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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 19, 1920
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUl\IE FORTY.TWO. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1920. NUMKCR TWKNTV-ONE

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, DEATH OF DK. A. U j SCOTT LIVELY STREET ROW | STRINCFFLLOW-CARTEK WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING I"OIC: HONOR ROIX BRADFORD HIGH; : I F..OlJlt. GOES UNDER $10 FOR

ON SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER SCHOOL MONTH OJOel'Olllm FIRST IIMi IN FOt'n
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: "Life's work well done, I ._ I Miss Mabel M. Carter and Mr. WilLiam I I ?

, Life' race well run. I Office in Mix-up With Two Men Gray Stringfellow were quietly Mrs O J, G-ifn! :irl .Mrs. S. R., First Grade*--Jamrs Reynolds, Alice Clothing tahll--: ; Chicago Offerr) '

Life's work well done" I Chllrlt'Mlt Disturbing Pence | married on Wednesday afternoon, the 'Johns were" hostesses for the November Fernandez :Merrill Williams, Betty I j Shirts Once $45 al $Ifi 5o

Then comes rest. ,. 10th inst., at 3:30, at the country meeting of the Woman's Club at Mcl.ano, )Fonella Snyder, Hazel Ad. I -

Sunday afternoon when' it wan The first street brawl to occur in home of the bride's parents; Mr and the home of the former on N. Walnut kins, Once McClellan, Pauline Pu- 1 Price

known that Or. Scott had suddenly Starke for many years took place on Mrs. M. D. Carter, only the immedi- street, Wednesday afternoon, the hose! M..rJrarl.tVilJiam_, Richard! I I reductions in a dozen; linerare.reported

passed to the great beyond, many Saturday night when the town officers ate families of the contracting: I'artielb'llIA' I 10th inst. The hall and pallor were Long, Mclba Silcox, Paul Duboso, Ev- in the day's now fromcommodity ',

were the words of praise for the attempted to arrest G. C. Sweat and present | attractively decorated with vanes ofI eljn Stump, I'tholin'hltf'' Grace Al- oenteis all over the coun
induced
grand old man, who had lived honorably Geo. E. Andreu, charged with disturbing Rev B. I D. Law, cf the First Baptist I, roses and chrysanthemums, and thirtylive vorer" Jeannette Underhill! Bonny by-prolmbly indications! of record to some extent

and truly for thirty-six years in the peace by firing a pistol while. church performed the marriage members and .five visitors. enjo Stcrnbcrg, Silas Kite, !Merrill Futch, food and aided grain and

Starke. riding on Cheiry street in an auto ceremony in the living room which I >-ed the afternoon James Richard Wuinu right/ ,--Olive crops conditions For by tightenedcredit AIn
the first lime
Aaron L. Scott was horn in Cam mobile. was elaborately decorated with coral I Mm A 7. ..Adkins! aced us p""si- Ray, teacher four flour below !
is $10 barrel
bria New York, near Niagara Falls, About 7 o'clock Chief Kite arrested vine, rows, white) star jessamine, and j, dent and :Miss Amelia Ray as secretary Second; Grade Corner Edwards, Eu whilo'Iwllt yours yesterday sold a for-

Oct.' 18, 1833. lie was educated in Sweat, but turned him loose on a $25 glowing bunches of tangerine oranges. ] and c'T'iderablo routine business gene Edwards, Laura George: .1. DGriffis $1.77, and corn for seventy-eight cents ( t

the schools of his native state, and cash bond. He later attempted to ar. Just after the relatives! had congratulated was transacted Mrs. C. A. Futch, Geotgc Ininun, Iris Me 1 Rao, on the Chicago Board
graduated in the leading medical college lest Andicu, but the latter drew his the young ('ouJlIE'lrs., : Carter I chairman of finance, received a vote Ava I Lou Poppoll, Kloise: Hitch, !Mm'id 1 The clothing show at Chicago bring*

of New York City. At twenty- pistol and struck Kite in the face withit served the guests with delicious! rake of thanks for managing the very successful Silcox, Tholmu Silcox, Coloninn "'iI- news of further slashing! of wholesale

seven years of age he married Misi blinding him and cutting a gash and punch. Hallowe'en party and clearingthe liams.-Mildred, Crosby, teacher prices. fur clothing and furnishings,

Louisa Rodgers, of New York, and on his cheek. Kite had to give the The bride never looked lovelier than 1 sum of $78, whuh! is the beginning Thud Grade-Wjlmn Edwards! 11- while carpets and tug wont off to
to Michigan where he practiced matter on her wedding day, attired in a blue of the new club house fund. Mrs lu Dou up
moved up temporarily and go to a Andrews, Latin Alvarez Willie ::11i$! per cent in the Now Yolk auction
medicine for twenty-four veers, drug stole! to ,have his injuries attended tricotine coat suit with gray hat, I W. B. Harvard, treasurer, reported a r iriflis, guise Ilujcs, Dora Manning ,'- jnaiket.

and in this state his four children, to. Night Marshal Alvarez shoes and gloves. The newly WE'ddl.dJlIir balance on hand of $44.0(1.( The sum Glenn McMillan! : Clam Louise Ono niitlonul airing of icstuurnntsannounces

George F., Fred A., Mary Gertrude then attempted to al'rest Andieu, but motored to Lawtey where they of "ix dollars as annual dues was paid Pock, Julia Cunovu, Merrill !McMil a cut of from 11 to 28

and Minnie L., were born; the wife the latter held his pistol to his breast took the train for Jacksonville, from in at this meeting.. Ian, Thelma Andrews, Paul Knight. and law sugar is back litx percent \

and both daughters having: died many and threatened to kill Alvarez if he which place they wont by boat to I' The president appointed special committees Mildred Crosby und Jessie Thomas, and a qunitor again on the New Voile!
Sanford to visit relatives.The .
years ago: leaving: his two song sur was not let alone. Aridreu then stepped us follows: Club house, Mrs. touchers.Fourth. maikot. St. Louis reports milk selling t

viving hitn.1Owing into an automobile and drove bride Is an attractive young 1 1r, 1 1) Wliinwl'i ht, Mrs. W. J. Ep Giutlc Willium Duncan, for sixteen cents n quart, an !immediate

to the severe winters' of away while Alvarez went in search ofSheriff woman, possessed of many fine qualities person and Mrs G. M. In num. I Annie Hello Turner.-Jessie Thomas,, drop of a I''nt. while in Winnipeg
that fit her for the realities of
Michigan, in 1884 he moved to Starke Epperson whom he found i in life School committee for the month, teacher. they are going to got a twenty
The i i. superintendent of
where he has continued to reside and Griffin & Johns store. the light groom and water in Mrs. O. J, Giilfin, Mrs. S. R Johns, I Fifth Glade--Elmo Jeers, Cuiljli,\ ounce loaf of blond for H dime and'! a

practice medicine for the past thirty Soon Marshal Kite appeared on the city plant was Mis. Paul T.. Cliliova.I I Peek, Ethel Mooio, Jacob Green, (Os- sixteen ounce loaf for eight crate
the World War served in
six years, making in all a continued scene again and with Officer Alvarez I and Englandand I Mrs D, I E. Knight, thru! vice l president well Green, Gladys Russell, F.lmibcthKendiick : -,- '.._- ---
I France with the aviaton
service in active practice of sixty arrested Sweat for the second time, Their relatives corps rend an interesting paper en- II Lucile Johns, Mary Loo HAMITOV
and friends wish
years. Hundreds can testify to his f. on a charge of inciting Andreu to re- them long and many married life. I itled-What the Ballot Means to Worn 'V'lm"Iarl.! .. !Manning, Cluionce Andiews -

skill and success as a physician of the | tint atrext. This time Sweat was I a happy en." Mrs 13, M. Johns I'I"I"The! r'li/alieth Allth'E'WB.-MI'I! Bee .
Mr and Mrs. Stringfellow have Hampton Nov. I 10.-Rev, nUI'nptt
highest type. While always interested j placed in the town jail. The officersthen I Charlci of Woman's 1 Rights," drafted I tie McJuicier! teaclierSixth of l
apartments at the residence of Mrs.. Jwinenville, filled his regular
in the church, he did not assume I I returned to search for A ndrou. : I by the wot'Id's greatest suffrage louder Guide-Owen Grillln, Sammy up-
Sarah L Hamrick, whole they are at poinlmont at the First Baptist church
the church vows until about fifty In front of Jones' Hardware store Mrs CHI lie Chapman Cult Sternboig, Hazel MUldloton' ' KlotoncoAndrews
home to their friends. Sunday 1 nurnlnfanti .
years of age, when he united with the I I j they found him with Sheriff Eppc-r- --- I At a meeting of the executive, board I Gussio. Mno llennott, EdnaDinnning 11.V.. Moore\ ivoning.Mis. and of

Presbytcriar: church of Starke. I son. Kite drew his pistol on Andre! Mrs. W I.. Muldlcton<1 was unanimously Dolly I\IcU"l'-.Uorlti IIIW, family,
FATAL END! OF QUARREL ThriosRn, attended services hero Sun
and asked the sheriff if he in his elected) teacher.Sixth.
He frequently expressed a desire was im I president of the club, to

that v hen he reached the end of life's custody.! In a twinkling Andreu turn I fill the vacancy caused by the resig- Grade-Ruby Davis Lois IM-: day.Mrs.. Aldrldgo I 1 of Jacksonville
H'al,
ed on Kite grabbed the latter's One Negro/ Dies From Wound" In- I I nation of Mis" Millurd
journey two things! might be realized, pistol E. M. Johns The pees" wal'dll. Cooper, Clllrl'nt'tVat. is the guest of her Mrs Hester .
first, that he might continue in active by the barrel and hit him in the face fllcted, by Another l I id"tit appointed Mini' Roscoe McLanei son--hlrx. J. O Digirs, teacher, Jonus, this week.mother

service to the last, and second, that he with his! fist. Kite was! hard pressed ,- i as second. vice president, and Mrs O. Eighth, Grade--Emma: Andrews, 1\1\ I'. Ovvfdey and
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might be spared from a lingering illness to keep possession of his weapon, andit Matthew Flower, colored, was shotat : L Hajncs as chairman of civics Hugh Biownlee, Jr.-Currie Hilloy, TherosHU daughter, Eloise, of I
is hard to toil what would have Lake Butler Saturday night I During the wore transacting business
and both desires were fully real happened : by the fol. toucher. 'hero Monday

ized. While engaged in filling a prescription but for a singular circumstance Flank Brown, also colored. From information lowing tmisidil. numhcrahwcro enjoyed Ninth Grade-Ins Epperson: Isabel Marlon Witit and ,
family leaving
the last summons came, and I Someone slipped up behind Kite and I received trouble arose because ;: !Fornander, Ixiuixu Diggs) Eunice IVr- for Warn'hula. Mr. are '

he entered into rest. cut Andreu in several places with a Flowers was cursing in the i I; 'Mummj'B Song"-Mrs. 13 K Per-" kin I LIIUIU! Wynn, Klizubeth Hrownloe. his farm hole and Witt has Hold

knife. Andreu then broke from Kite presence' of Brown'B wife. After somewords i ryman.i .-Mrs. B. I D. Law, teacher : expects to locale

"Of no distemper, of no blast he died and attempted to make his escape, the men partod and Bro! i i Polonaise, Opus 40, No. 1 (Chopin) Eleventh: Grudi1-Paul Cano,,", Nel in :South Floiida. While, we are losins
But fell like autumn fruit that metlnw'd but Sheriff down the side of the Band citizens, wo wish them nucfoHS I
was caught by Epperson went by road I -Mis Wm Barrett lie Stearns, A"ilwVat .--.1'emmet/ \to I
long; and Deputy Baisden and escorted to waiting for Flowers to pass! Flowers ', Duet, "In the Park"Missa Ethel: 1 Matthews\ teacher. and happiness in their new home.

Even wonder'd at, because he droppedno I the county jail. Later in the night soon appeared, In company with i Griffin: and Paul Knight. Twelfth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Levy I Miss\ Eva Williams and Miss\ BorylMullndy

sooner. both of the young 'men were releasedon woman, when Brown fired' at him i Mrs, Griffin and Mrs. Johns, amtisted Canova, Arvillo Grime, Ruby Pop- were shopping. in Stiiiko Sat ;'
Fate seemed to wind him up for fourscore bond. Their trial ig net for this twice with a pistol, one bullet by Misses urday. "
passingthrough ; Audrey Johns ami, r,thol poll.-Jcumicttp Matthews, h.IIt'hE'r J. '
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years, afternoon b'foreIayor! Davis. It is 1 the stomach and the other Griffin, served delicious brick ice S. S. DOWL1NG Pry returned to his homo hero

Yet freshly he ran on seven winters not yet known whether charges will l through the hand. Brown then made i cream and pound coke I PrincipalMirillODIST ) Sunday, after a short visit with i datives l'

more; be preferred against them in the hk ..TtMtsTtaHnttilM'r and fl'il'lIdllllt Tlflon, Gii "r..
escape. .
I|I meeting will hc held ----- --- '
Till like a clock worn out with keep county court.In Sunday Sheriff Epperson and Deputy at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Mcl
ing time, :I the melee Andreu received soy Unisdon went to Lake Butler, but: Hostesses for the afternoon Mrs Me. visitor here Monday

The wheels"of weary life at last stood I oral ugly gashes from the unknown did not get on any trace of Brown,, Lane and Mm. J. 1'!. Mitchell. Sunday school, 0:45: u. HI. Mrs. J. Thornus, of Vuldosta, was

still! party who used a knife on him, but though they are confident he will soon ---- --- Preaching, 11 a. m. und 7::tr> p. m. I the guest of her parents!, 1\1\ r. and Mrs I<
The funeral service took was able return be, capture: Flowers died hU' 0, Hnyiu's, Saturday and Sunday I 1
place on to Sunday to his workat from -- ---- -- -- Epwoith League, C:4i! p. m.
Monday afternoon at 3:30, at the residence Durbin, St. Johns county where he : wounds Wednesday. 1' RAIFOltDUaiford ) Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:10p. : ( Mr. Stone, of Philadelphia. Is the ,
,
and was attended by a large is employed by a naval stores firm asa --.----- m. guest of Messrs Wen and U. L. Kalch

number of friends who came to pay woods ri
their last tribute of love and respect. It is understood that Andreu claimsto clenny, of Mooclonny, was transacting m., Nov 19th, Mr. und Mrs. Miles', of Plant City,

Rev J. C. Diggs, of the Methodist know who it was that cut him, and Names of Those Who Paid j Ia.Nl'rlp-- business here Saturday J. C DIGGS: have boon the guest of her grandfather

church, conducted the service and| a criminal prosecution may grow out( tion During October Rev. Wiggins, of Jasper, filled his I Pastor, I E. HitksC. ,

spoke most feelingly of the long and| of this feature of the affair. At the regular appointment here at he Advent -- ------- - -----. II Roberts, of Graham, was attending
useful life of the deceased his time of the cutting he was in the OFFICIAL to business in Hampton Monday
many : custody George: Comer, Wm. A. Henry, II. church Sunday. Fir.UKES IN THE:

splendid qualities of mind and heart of the sheriff, having surrendered J. Spence, J, Fletcher Poulscn, N. C. 13 Tyson, of Green Cove Springs, GINF.ItA1.1a.1.C'1'pININTl11Sy : : : ,

and of his readiness for the great 'to that officer and turned his pis-- Wainwright, R. J. Tatum, J. F. Williams spent Saturday niprht; and Sunda STATE ARK MADK: PUBLIC J, I', Peoples, of Stnrko, wn the

change Rev B. D. Law, of the Baptist tot over to him. He was, however, O. T, Silcox, R. L. O'Berry, J. I 1-,'te With his family, guest of Ins son, llcihort, Sundayevening. .

church, offered prayer and "Come making a fight on Marshal Kite and W. Andrews, Jr., M, L. Addison, 13. : i I Hit'h, of "':dl'k. wn in town u Jacksonville, Nov. in.---Tho official .

Ye Disconsolate" and "Asleep in Jcs.us" trying: to seeurp. the officer's pistol. W. Dees, Frank Morgan B. 1). Law, Saturday; afternoon, count of tho vote of the general' elec Dr. W. E. Middlcton of Stark,

were softly sang by Mrs. A. Z. .. Mrs. A. J. Anders, J. S. Tonoy, I H. II. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Crews, of tion In Florida us annminccil here tonight was attending to professional! business -

Adkins, Mrs. E. K. Perryman and BUTCH HEADS THE VETERANSAGAIN Green, Wash Robersonfl Elizabeth De- Starke, were visitors over here dur follows: in Hampton. several days of this

Rev. B. D. Law. Sue, T. N. Norman, O. W. Barry, W. ing the week Presidential electors/ week
highest voto, Sam J. White and
The floral offerings were many and A Crosby, Miss Carrie Green, Mrs, Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was 1 In democrats!, 90,610( ; republicans, 44,851 Point family, of West
Orlando, Nov. .Geri. N. A. D. MIHH., are visiting frll'ndland
exceedingly beautiful. Besides the 12.-Maj. M. Gornto, H. Freeman G. W. town Thursday. prohibitionist

choice flowers grown in Starke there| Butch, of Tallahassee, was unanimously Hurst, W. M. Parker, F. M. Woods, J. Doris! Scott was the week-end guest For governor, 4,720, llurdeet; socialist democrat, I>,:'il5. made relatives here this week. They once 01
their
home
were a number of handsome pieces s re-elected commandant of the J. Shaw, Dr. W. 11. demons, R. R. of her parents, in Starke. 101,407): in Hampton. Rev.
Jay, republican
; :\ : U.
Bent from a distance. The Shrinersof Florida division of the United Con Tison, Hydro-Carbon Light Co., Alexander I N. T. Ritch, Jr., and family, who F i, S. senator, Fletcher democrat, 2U.738;OHC97 White used! to ho State Evangelist of
,- Florida has
Jacksonville sent an elaborate piece federate Veterans, at a business meet & Co, T. S. Williams, G. F. have been living in Jacksonville, have : ; Cheney and delivered several Interesting
republican, :nfjr,5.<
fashioned j in the form of their emblem ing held here Tuesday afternoon On Scott, W. B. Bryan, Brady Johns!, moved back here to their home Democratic 'oimon since he has been
and this! verse the<<; staff with General mitch arcurlg.aen : Harvey White Earl : Mrs. S. congressmen in all four with us. They have many friends and
: T. J._ : !.. Edwards:. _Mrs.in. W. Smith la spending a few districts! were re-elected by large majorities. relatives here who are delighted to -W
-- Applcyarri, of Tal i. liosiicK u. m. ueviii, mrs. mar- 1 days in Jacksonville
r From rom the the dust of the weary highway: ,, lahassee, commander of the first brigade tha Morgan: A. J. Underhill, A. F n.A.n.. miurrws. L was transacting DUS.inoss -.__ --- see th'm lIvftin. TheY will h'avB In .jM

Into the smart of sorrow'! rod ; Brig.-Gen. W. E. !McGahagan,, Phillips, W W. !Moore, John D. Pcarce in Jacksonville Thursday SENT TO REFORM: two weeks for Clarendon, Texas, to
royal presence, of Ocklawnha SCHOOL make their future home,
They are hidden commander of the sec I. N. Cable, Chas. F. Pace, J. G. Roberts 1! Rev. Barnes, of Miller, was in town I
The guests of God;; ond brigade, and Brig.-Gen. Dalton J. I, Marr, It. J. Glover, Mrs 1 Sunday. W. B. Alexander wall u business visitor
veil from their eyes is taken H. Ray Green, a colored boy 14 years to Starke
Yancey of Monday
Tampa, commander of W. S.
Watson L. F. Mrs.
Sweet Surrency, J. E Warren C. Whitten and old
two had been
mysteries they are shown the wanted! by authoritiesfor Mr. Hurdee
; third bri ad6.Memorlalsl'rvicl's. of South Florida has
Dowling, J. L. Lewis J. W. children
Their doubts Parrish,, returned home Sunday afternoon some time I
and fears and was arrested Fri.
are over; '' located in the residence of I':. II. Jones
were held Thurs S,
Stemcks
Mrs. W. H. after \
For Taylor J. D. spending few
they know u flays in day by Chief Kite
and turned
as they known. to
are over of
day afternoon In west the ruilroud. He is engagedin
of 1 !
memory Maj.- Carmichael, A, O. Jenkins, Fredt Rho- Lake Butler with friends and relalives. the sheriff. The
The active pallbearers were: D, E, Gen. E. M, Law and MaJ.-Ccn H. J. den, W J. Epperson, C, B. Ilciberger: to school boy refused to eithergo I naval stores work here

Knight, J, W. White E. S. Matthews, Peter The speakers were Bishop Ed. R C, Heiberger: E. C. Dyal, Wm. A, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Valencia and hang or work, but preferred to Mr Foithman, of Brooklyn, was n
J. M. Truby, N. B. Hull win G. Weed and Col. II J. Peter Dubose around town und to steal when business visitor here Tuesday.The .
N. T. Ritch. Wesley Mersey, W. H. New I children' of Jacksonville, were the there
The honorary pallbearers/ were: U. D, The parade Thursday was especial sum, Mrs W. L. Armstrong, J. E j i I weekend guests of Mr. and !Mrs. I D. lives in was Lincoln a chance. His father, who Ladies Aid -Society met at thin!

Miner, W. T Weeks L C. Powell, ly attractive and well received. Con Harper, I. S. Gamble, E. Lewis, Lem '' C. Canon have City, was anxious to home of Mrs. W B Roper Tuesday
him
John I/glow, Dr. E. T. federate veterans, veterans of the Brown W J, Tomlinson Lois sent to the reform *,rhoo! at xclerm.e.. > A'Miiugh' the weather was
Campbell, J. Mrs. W. II. Anderson, of Ocala
the Marianne
was but
until
W Morgan. World War, boy scouts!, and others, Green, R. M, Heaves, J. G. Ennis, J. 'I weekend guest: of her parents Mr. he !bad evaded Friday morning bud I tiiij uUirulunce was good arid aninteresting

Dr Scott was a Mason of high dcKree joined to make the parade a success, B. Howe, E. J. Ward, State Board i of and Mrs. George Anderson him. every attempt to arrest program rendered/

and the Masonic lodges of Starke- At the head of the line rode Captain Health, A. B Hazen, Miss Maud ', Avery Tyson, of Jacksonville - -, .. Mrs. I F E Henry, of Hampton, had i
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and Lake Butler conducted the inter B. M. Robinson, commander of Orange butch, A. I.. Taylor, J. E. Bohannan, the guest of his ,mother, Mrs. ,Dora was CARD OP - as her guest this week, her sinter, I'
THANKSWe
ment ceremonies at Crosby cemetery. county camp U. C. V., and Maj.- A. A. Hazen, Mrs. C M. Smith, A L Tyson, Sunday. Mrs McNealey, of Ocala.

Gen N. A. Blitch, both on horseback Stearns, C. B. Hayes, !Mrs. E. 13. Gertrude Anderson of The people of Hampton were mmlc
"He but sleeps --- -. -- -, - Hiers J. Orange Lake deeply" appreciate the many to.k.n very sad last Sunday afternoon' when
L. Bryant T. D. Dyal I. J. was the weekend :
The of
guest her
holy sleep not the LAWTEY LADIES APPRECIATION parents !! of friendship and sympathy during reached
; say good man Reddish, J. Parmenter, E. C7; Clark Mr. and Mr. George Anderson. news here that Dr. Scott, of
dies! our recent bereavement. Your Starke limed. been called
to the
J. great
M. Conner, W. E. Wainwright j! Rev
Major of Lake
Those We, the ladies at the Masonic J. Butler, filled presence and beautiful floral Rifts beyond In years. past he inailo
from out of town attending supper Rigdon, F. F:. Henry, Ernest O"ss- his regular apopintment here professional
the funeral were Rev. feel" that it was a one-sided af ner, W. B. Alexander. Methodist at the were comforting to us. May the richest visits to the home of ninny
: and Mrs Geo. church
F Scott, of Sutherland fair in that they called on one of their -------. Earl Sunday. of blessing: be yours. of the older residents of our town and
I Whitten
; Miss Ger members to make the Sinclair Bryan and Geo. F. Scott, Fred A. Scott Adelle
trude Scott of DeLand Mrs closing address GALA WEEK FOR STARKE Clarence the patience, faithfulness and kindness
Ritch
E.
; N.
and threw their were visitor to Lake C. Scott Laura H. Scott.PRESBYTERIAN.
Alexander, of Jacksonville bouquets at the ladies Butler with which 7ii labored among
; Dr. J. E. Wednesday afternoon.
Maine! G. W. Alderman, C. II, Regis and iate never gave us a chance to retal Otis Smith's United Shows will be I j Etistis Crews, Brady Rosier, und : : our people made them feel that they i j'
ter and others in Starke all had indeed lost a true and devoted
of Lake Butler. next week, under the Ury Sapp were visitors
i to Starke
Now we don't think the ladies deserve on friend. The bereaved' have
-- -.- auspices of the Starke military I| Tuesday ones our ,
company afternoon.
GARAGE lJII.mSG CHANGES 4 all the flowers. You men certainly The shows will have Rev. 1.. E Brubakor, of Birming: sympathy

' deserve a buttonhole bouquetat other attractions ferris among I I -wREALTY ham, Ala., Dr. Thos C. Koontz, New Revs Sam J, White, evangelist, will
HANDSM a wheel :
least for the lovely way in which merry-go-round, tninstel, vaudevilleand a TRANSFERS; York City, foreign missionary, and a conduct religious! Thanksgiving: .civlCfs -

you entertained us. And we thank you a free band concert I wk:: lady from the Woman's Board andForeign at tho Christian church Nov. 25:>,
Leviton and every afternoon During! the the ,
Freeman E A.
Lave Register for the pleasant evening' and hope it The attractions clean Farm Strout Missions of Now York, will at 11 u. m. From that data he will I
1tr bought the Fireproof Garage: will not be the last will create are and i i i Agency, through! their reprei give addresses and a stereopticon continue to preach at the church J
building mirth and diversion sentative !
corner Walnut and Madison A' for Mr. G. M Inman, has closed ,lecture' at the Presbyterian church
GUEST. ,
every evening until flee Bth. Tho
thE streets, They have been occupants! of ------. the young Jones and old.lot The shows will be on I|I sales. of property to two Northern ; Friday rvneing', Nov 2<7th, lift H other churches are cord inly Invited to r
building corner Walnut and i
Register J for several months, Mr. SERVICES AT RANDOLPH Jackson streets will mon.E o'clock. All are welcome. be present and 'alce\ part in the services. -
begin Monday T. .
repairing automobiles and : Turbush. of Schenectady N. .
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Leviton painting cars and mak- Preaching! services will be held at Great crowds are Y, purchased a 10-acre tract from E. P. L Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville J. Cox, o* Fabius, Ala., who had
'">* expected, and those who I,. Wilson
patronize the
fops and and C. I,. Call
cushions
1 ar, for them. They Randolph school Sunday, Nov. 21st shows will help the soldier land of Cleve- waN a week-end visitor at the home of been stopping at Hotel Hnmpton fjr
both boy Ohio
kept busy on account of the Supbject, "Pocs it Make Any Differ- ---S bought the George Evans Mr. and Mrs. II C. Richard. the past two months, left Monday for
good work turned out and their prof. ence What You 19-acrc tract about'one mile south of
Believe
Chattanooga Tenn.
Come and ,
it' State Attorney A. V. ,ti
have long and Dr. town.
en of enabled them to become own. meet with us.! .I Miller, of Palatka,, were visitor to The and hopes that they may be joined by R. L. Craw and family left Tues ,
their
quarter8j j I R. D. BOWER. Starke Wednesday. welcome Telegraph extends a cordial many other good people looking, for a day for Tampa, where they expect t to
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V 1! ----- -- -- l I II It Lacy Prevail of Ziff, spent Wednesday B. Murrhee and Robert Price. :-:t1St};. at sunrise. Don't fail,to Duffy Abernathy, Johnny and =Bt

I I' night with their grandparents, Christian Endeavors througho .t: .ne attend. by Currency were vigors to Wai
\ Mr. and )1n. O. W. Dyal. county who have bets observing the Messrs. Will Jones and Bob Surrvn- Saturday

t, .. : Cash Capital and'BanCredit j'j'i Blox Parrish and John Starling c>f monthly service programsplease remember cy wet<' business visitors to tie'cuun. I, Mrs. Eula Wilson and Ltt. Y-.jr
Sampson, spent Sunday in our burg. they will close Thanksgiving ty seat Tuesday i Mood were visitor to Gainesville!
I II Aruby. Iluuy,. and Lee Dyal spent morning with a sunrise prayer me, t> Gentry Cail, of Staike, wa here : Wednesday
the week-end, m Waldo with their sister ing. All members in and near Graham Y/ednesday. Murphy Price, of Plant City, ,
Both be built and maintained, ready for use. I Mrs. W. T. "'slid in. are especially invited to I.e: pr,>'. Wallace Thigpen and wife of }Mi' I been visiting\ hU parents. Mr. and Ile h,
i can up
I /I Little J. C. Smith of Ocoee, i 1& ent at the First Christian church o: canopy, were here Thursday. D. J. Byrd for a few days.It's .
(farmer know that good equipment help a lot to I II + .
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in given time. i ilC. ana J. Jiurinvc.Arthur -
male work easier and accomplish more a o : *1IS. 1- -
I I I Pro'-vn visited the county
: Helpful( bank\ srvice should be made' a part of your farm business.
/ beat Saturday attending to
4 / rk j equipment, and used constantly. I L. G. Barry returned Sunday from
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1 Windermere, where he has been em cinch
+ I There is a financial side to fanning and the farmer needs a
ployed. .
i __both a cash coital and bank credit,-both fith in well with '! Lacy Prevail, of Ziff, was a visitor -

1' the (farming that pay. In fact the successful farmer is : to our burg Salurday.

.... tar.:. .', 10 1' alwiys\ the one with some working capital in the form of I I II Thursday Jake Roberts after several returned days to visit his home with to figure why ,

I cash and bank credit at his command. Here you can i relatives in Kingsland Ga. I -

build a cash capital and cultivate bank credit. I : Rev. Crosby, of Shakerap filled his
regular appointment at the Baptist Camels sell !
I Ii church Sa'vrday and Sunday.
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I r.,. J. Murrhee was a business visi-
i tot to Brooker Tuesday.
: Bank of Starke R. S. Wasdin and wife, spent Sun-
;, day in LaCrosse.Mr. .
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The Bank of Helpful Set I vice. : Smith
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I spent Sunday at the home of

GEO C. WHITE Cashier' : Wasdin'. s
MATTHEWS. PrfS. i
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I Miss Olive Padgett of Ziff, attended -
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j I Bible school here Sunday.
I _. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnes, of
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David Kelly.
The car steerage steamer E"toda I. urn were business visitors to Samp- Mrs. Cora Abernathy and Bessie
Palm built for the Florida Eat Coat con Tuviuiay. spent Sunday at the home of Mrs V.
'i railway wa launched Saturday at Charley McKinney, of New River, J. Murrhee.

jr PhilaU-lphia. I' was visiting his parents this week. Rev. aid Mrs. B. Dyal of Sampson,
I Dock Milliard was in Hampton on attended .hurch here Sunday. '
The county commissioners of Lake business Tuesday.
Miss Frances Murrhee, president" of
county unanimously'approved a resolution Mr and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were bus
providing for the employment iness visitors to the county seat Wed- the Christian Endeavor, delightfully:
,; of an engineer to supervise and have nesday. entertained the members with a social
charge of all road work in that county Blox Parrish, of Sampson, was here Friday nighl. Several interesting e You should know why Camels
played, then the crowd
v games were -c
Wednesday on business. enjoyed some special selections from I are so unusual, so refreshing,sosatisying.
:Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beville, of Mi-
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the talking machine. The hostess First
Chief Milo Sherman of the Ft. leu-I canopy, ev' nt the week with hid par- assisted quality-second,
tS derdale volunteer fire department re- by Mesdames Geiger Barry, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish
Arthur Brown and Frank Abernathyserved g
tt'ived a check from the Standard Oil ents.Mr.: and Mrs. Arthur Brown were cake and chocolate. e and choice Domestic tobaccos which
Co., for $100, a gift to the department business visitors to Samnson Thurs)
Those present were, Arthur Brown youH certainly prefer. to either kind
for their services at the fire two weeks
and family Miss Nona Brown, of
day.Mr. smoked straight I Ii
in the neighborhood of the company's -
ago and Mri. Frank Stoke., of Sampson, Mrs.! Geiger Barry, Thelma
( plant Gainesville were here Th'reday. and Dorothea, Mrs. Frank Abernathy Camels blend makes that
possible
'i 5'' Cheney Fogg was a UMiies vis' Bessie, Mattie and Minnie Ogden I'
After thirteen unlucky
days at sea
with mutinous serious lor: to lirooker Thue'day. Ruby Dyal, Lois Moody Messrs. Pad .qs wonderful mellow mildness-yet all the
a crew causing
frelt. Math and Leroy Wasdin, Irvin, desirable body is there I
trouble for the officers, tHe Mexpet Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts left on : And Camels-
tank steamer llarwood from Tampico. Monday for a week' visit with her Truby and Lee Dyal;-Frank and Viola 'I never tire your taste 1 1YouTl
I I ] Ed Ybor, Will '
Mexico, arrived in Tampa Thursday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Price, of ( Reynolds Jones
While in the Gulf, the captain writ a Kingsland, Ga. I Duffy Abernathy, Claude Kelley and appreciate Camels freedom
Roberdt Price, of Kingsland, Ga.
wireless to Philip Shore, local agent !Mr. and Mrs. Iock Hilliard visited from .
Edith Brown celebrated her 12th any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste
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of the saying "Have United I I
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the
company neat
county Friday. 1
birlhA.y Saturday, Nov. 13th, unpleasant
States marshal and deputies meet Will Jones was in Sampson Tuesday by entertaining or cigaretty odor I
her friends with
a pound
Fhip at dork. Serious trouble, ten men\ on business. ,
party from 3 to 6. She received
many For own satisfaction
implicated. The marshals boarded Robert Price, of Kingsland. Ga., is t:, beautiful and useful gifts. your compare
the ship upon arrival, but made no ar visiting relatives here this week.O. i Those present were Nona Brown, of Camels puff by puff"with any cigarette .
1 rests. W. Dyal was a visitor to Brook- I 1 Sampson, Thelma and Dorothea Barry t in the world at any price

er Saturday. i Sarah Willis, Gertrude and CorkWynn .,. _
tRAIIMGraham | lIfRILfSAG1tSJ7C CameJ. 1<10 "''''''''Insc.nhaauy .Isdp.eay..f20e/.'
Miss Nona Brown, of Sampson,, i: Eunice Kelly, Mattie and :Minnie BLEND ___J or ,... _1<-..1:100 c..a..) m Wmnrp.pne.nrC ,
spent the weekend with Mr. and !Mrs Ogden Lois Moody, Duffy Abernathy 1 o w w a T r r a carton.apply or W..eron/b wM.loe, f,.ncoaunmiMt_L the cmrtaa fir III* home or oUttm
:SOY 19.-O. W. Dyal and Arthur Brown. Viola Reynolds. Ed Ybor, K. R. J, REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Win.too-S.Wm. N. C


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i .. Druid L. L. Sheeting, Men's Overcoats,
18 1 2
C $19.45
II yard wide $35.00 value .


: Good Bleaching, W.L.Douglas Shoes,
18 1 2 $8.45
yard wide C $10 and $12 value



Good Ginghams, Boys Suits 1 Z 95
23C $
fast colors $20.00 value .


Work Shirts, MenS: Suits

I tr, $1.25 value 98c worth $40.00 $L c +9.50 ;





: ;i'\ Overa& from, $1.19, 1.59, 2.19 M!




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PACT ,SIX, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. Fill DAY. NOVEMBER- 19.u. 1920.




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\ :; : IYEIl'I') : OF LABOR tlon of corn by weevils, corn Is marketed the shuck and leaving the stun, ked ear here we
immediately after harvest, In the right hand. The left hand then

With labor and high; priced it I while if it could be kept for a few grasps the talk just below the car, '
scarce months much, better price could and, with a quick movement of the
Ov-ir a
far-moth to (-
behoo\cs the equip I probably be obtained. i right hand the ear is removed from call that
device.
labor-Raving a spade
i farm with every just
I 1H1U farmerin the "talk. The ear Is then tossed in .
Use power and Have laborhiorl'v1' At gathering: time in a
the on the pile and at the
wagon or
his to be
iit PriiiM for all farm Mpl'lulIl'"UIII' found corn
it possible
will be goodthls whiter but I very badly\ infected' with weevils. He sane time another ear Is grasped at
iN' they product may not be quite as high us last decided to build a gah-tlght! : erlp, and th.' tip with the left hand and the THE POET gays a roso. POOR TURKISH tobacco
husking continues. In regions! where . . .
I Having an
: i winter, no we must reduce the cost of try fiimiguting the corn. I
production wherever it in ut all possi I old buggy shelter on one side of his corn is /grown extensively corn shuck- ) BY ANY other name.. WHICH IS less expensive
become and work . .
soon
ers experts
ble. Sit down and figure/ it out for barn, he converted it into a gastightcrib ; )
yourself. Head and investigate and I large enough to hold 150) bushelsof very rapidly, WOULD SMELL as sweet. AND NOT. so. good..
i Storage; of Corn . ,
cut the corners of corn. The total cost of the necessary -
learn how you fan AND THIRD, tobacco.
of shelled AND THAT'S all right.
Fifty-six pounds or
expense und make the farm pay !bigger studding:, matched lumber nails corn . .
dividends '})on't be satisfied with and paper was $13.45. He shucked one bushel occupies space accordingto / BUT CALLING. CALLED TURKISH which
whether not the cob and the
the old method and the old way of l.V) ,barrels of corn )put it into the nttached.Cfi or S .
the crib and fumigated it at a cost of less shuck are NEVER SAW .
doing things: Progress i ill wat'h'j pounds of Knelled occupies SOMETHING ELSE rose eTurkey
than one dollar He killed nearly eve corn
usually about 11-2 cubic feet BUT GREW thousands.
rv weevil, and after holding the corn WON'T CHANGE ita smell. .
.f - -. --- - forty-five day-. "II l | it at 25 ('l'lItla 50 pounds of corn on cob occupiesahout OF.MIL '
he offered,) at 2 cubic feet away.
OF COURSE
bushel over what was not. .
now TO STOIM: A\iIlI'l'\IIGATI': : Without fumigation 5Ci pounds of slip-shucked corn occupies .. .
gathering time. : AND DOESN'T
even.
('OItililt WHICH PUOWC'IS he would have been unable to hold the about 2 1.2 cubic feet. AND I'M not knocking. . .
corn, and, would have been forced to 5fi/ pounds of full-shucked corn occupies TASTE LIKE Turkish.
By Manhattan Kan. which about 3 3-5 cubic feet. BUT JUST telling you.RIGHT .
( R. 1. Chile, ) sell it at a loss of almost $25, _____
Last year the farmers of Florida was nearly double the cost of construction AND IT'S. the. .good Turkish.
raised about 115,000,flUn( ( !barrels of I of the crib and of fumiga: BROOK Elf OUT.. . THAT'S REALLY from Turkey,
corn. Ordinnrily about one-fourth of I tion. From this investment he gaineda .
Brooker, Nov. 19.-Ilr. W. K. ;Middleton THAT THERE are only.
the corn is destroyed by weevils, rats profit of nearly 100 per cent in six w THAT YOU get.
and m i.'e. This Ions can largely bejirevcntcd. weeks. Thi farm i must be a busl- of Starke, made a professional THREE GRADES.
i If corn h :weed in t ';> ncss m,' 1. call here last wl'ek. IN THE cigarettes)
that '' h. hut up ti'rht and then A f''i-K-r in Fuwnnneo county made Dr. Levi! Colson of Pen"a'olll. is OF TURKISH tobacco. SATl'sPY.
1 f urn! ' '.. .' "iirb d' "tl'" It!, lr: :"x from rough lumber large enoughto here ol..n'iflit to his father John THAT .
1 wee' .n for ,M :-n ,i'l 1 \ht< '1:1':1 ,I. A hold )100 bushels of shelled! coin. Colson and other relatives. While FIRST GOOD Turkish. "
I rib .> nl l"o 10. nin.Ic rut-proof. It The box was I lined with paper.\, In here, he is engaged in doing/ dental S resident buyers in Turkey
pert". They know weS
crib than to make an ordinary polo filled the box with sucks of shelled K. A. Weeks spent Saturday in want the bet-and wo get it. And
one but farmers have found that the corn and fumigated: with carbon di- Jacksonville AND! ALSO expensive. the same with Domestic leaf. BlendS
additional brings thorn handsome The following April the corn them together: by that can't-be-
d expense sulphid. Fred Haven and t Hazel Warren were AND SECOND. copied method-and
? profits.! was sold to a denier in Waycross, Ga., visitors to Hnmpton Friday afternoonMr. smoke that actually does you"satisfy.get ae "
Ono farmer spent $Ki.IIO: in making for $1.35 a bushel. At the time the add Mrs I. W. Pinholster) Jr., .
n crib under a shed to store und fumi- corn wan sold this farmer's neighborswere : attended the community fair at Alachua -
ta f pate 100 barrels of corn. After keeping I selling their corn tc Im'alpsl.) Friday evening.
the corn" six weeks, he Hold itIt ers for $1 u bushel It Is likely that The revival services closed at the
nn advance of 25 cents a barrel over I this farmer would have been forcedto I, liaptist church Sunday night. Kev.
9y the pike at harvest time. By thus ins ; sell his corn us did his neighbors; Ridenour was assisted by Rev. Hicks
veiling $1:1,011: ) this farmer! within six if he hud not fumigated, of Waldo, who delivered several able
weeks gained, not only the $18.00, but : A farmer who allowed nia California sermons
also tin additional, $12.00. Nearly one \blarki-ycd\ peas' to become riddled || Miss Marguerite Shriver left lust
c bundled per 1'11profit, in nix weeks. hy the weevils, sold the pens for $3 week for Jacksonville where she will
,. Thin particular< corn in the field! was n bushel, but his neighbor who fumi- be employed.
badly Infested with w.vilKl1Ie! if gated and destroyed the W'VillIl01d I Marvin Hazen, of Jacksonville, gFL T T S
stored with all the weevil attached, his ,peas for $7 a bushel Five cents spent the week-end at home with his
would have rapidly depreciated in val worth of carbon disiitphid would have parents, Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hazen.
tie killed all the weevils in each hu"hCof\ T. C. Hazen has purchased tho Hej -

t Many Florida farmers ran no doubt )peas of the first farmer. j ville cottage und will move to it in -. -
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pain similar or larger" profits by building All these! losses< can be preventedby the near future V ---

better Cribs and fumigating their storing seeds, in properly constructed Mrs. Dona Browning of Kaiford, is
corn. This paper' tells how to harvest rooms 'I'il'K.1I11XI'' or barrels, und{ spending a few days hero with her
i shuck and stole. coin; how to killing the weevils.llire I sister, Mrs T. C. Hazen.T. .
' buitil! a tight nit-pioof( crib; how tllfumitllt : ('. It also describes insects Florida i It is the general practice ; oak Sunday< $50,000 Stock of Highest Grade Ladies Coats
commonly found 1 in n to led earn In- to store corn either fullshuckedwith Miss Grace Fogg spent Saturday ,
eects in meal, flour, grits seeds, and ( all the shucks attached) or'' in Gainesville shopping/
other products can also bo killed by slip-shucked\ (with only n few of the !Miss!! Leta Fogg/ was! In Starke Mon Suits And Dresses Offered at Saving
pi-oner fumilt llon. Grocery. feed shucks attached). Some believe that day afternoon. a
t and seed stores should have a tight the shucks protect the stored corn Mrs. T. Baxter, of Jacksonville who
room for, fumigating: food-"tuffs. The from, the attack of the weevils but it I has been spending) the last two weeks 35 To 50
'. housewives" should keep food free of has been proved! at the Alabama ex- I i here with relatives, returned to her of per cent During
Insert. )perimei) station that corn stored in home Monday.
l NSNeN Caused by WeetINIn full shuck had in July/ four times as 1 J. n. Baxter was visiting; in Georgia -
January, n farmer 'maiketed a many weevils acorn stored with all I : last week OUR ANNIVERSARY SALENow
1 wagunload of ear corn that weighed, the i-hucks removed. Hy weighing; a T. Andreu, of New River was! in
2,000) pounds and in March, he marketed basket of ems from each lot, it was I town Saturday shopping)
i another t loud of equal size that also found, that the' shucked corn Miss Edith Warren, of Jacksonville, I on and lasting for two weeks. Ladies contemplating visiting Jacksonville
t weighed only 1r,0<) pound" The difference weighed: more. is spending, a while with her )parents,
+' in weight loo (pounds. or 7 1-7 Corn is usually ripe several weeks! Mr. and Mrs II. S. Warren during the State Fair will certainly find it to their advantage to visit this most

+ biiHhebi, was largely due to the de before harvest, nnd during this time Mr. Smith has moved his family Popular and reliable store to inspect 'and purchase their FALL COATS
ruction' by weevils. Twenty (per rent weevils attack nil the ears, unless the in the Malphurs( cottage
, ; r of the corn cribbed. in the fall had shucks! are W'lIoV'I' the tip.) In some Mrs 1'. M. Barefoot and daughter SUITS OR DRESSES and you can "MARK MY WORD" it will help
I been destroyed. This IH not umi.uml. states the ears that are well coveredat Inez, spent Tuesday in Alachua.
Since the weight of the cobs in the the tip are not injured by weevils Grandma Gainey is in LaCrosse vis you pay your expenses.

i two I li.mlx. \ was \pVohuhly about tin but in Florida the corn-ear worm enteeis King her son, E. S. Gainey.Dr. Our Motto: 100 cent Satisfaction 100 cent Service, 100 cent Value.MARK'S .
per per per
.4,I name, the IHMS in weight in the secoiul virtually every ear and leaves Tribble, of LaCrosse was a professional '
'' \ loud was due to decreased weightin so ninny openings; through which the visitor here last week.
\ the kernelh. At $:: a bushel I the weevils enter, that the damage from! Mrs Truman Thomas\ and (children !
)price of coin, I 111! I I8 the loin, to the weevils will \be I lens if the corn is harvested of 8hu'ke'IMited: her mother, Mrs SAMPLE SHOP "
t flll'l1l1'r'all' $14.2X' 0'0 this one load. just us soon{ as diy. The shucks Tiercy Roberts, last weekend.Iris .
From 70 pounds of well-dried, corn protect corn' while it is maturing, but Godwin who is attending school
1 on the ear, with shucks off, there are afterward, the shucks protect tho weevil |Iin Alachua, spent\ Sunday with her 23 W. ADAMS ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
usually obtained, fin pounds of corn while they feed on the corn. By parents. \
auld! 14 \pounds of cob. A well-dried using a shucking hook that fits on the G. 1)). Colnon made a business trip \
t cur i 1M' then 80 'per cent corn and yj) insiile of the hand and that assists in I to Stni'ke )Friday morning. The Most Popular Ladies Ready-to-Wear Store.. in the State of Florida.

1 per cent cob. tearing the) shucks away from the ear Little Resale Colson is convalescing We carry the most extensive line of high grade coats, suits and dresses at j jr
During' the summer of 1019!) the an ear can be shucked and broken from a epee of diptheria.T. .
fiO.OOO) farmers Florida raised it-:: from the stalk nlmuxt as quickly as it I C. lIazen was on the sick list popular prices. I!
f7! .UOII() bushels of corn., nvemgi.if, Ifi can be gathered! t In the slip-shuck.' Monday.
bushels per 111" '('. About one-half of I It Tn .shuck coin rapidly\ ono should I E. T. Stewart of Willeford, spent
this corn is kept over winter for feeding have n shucking! hook a peg' is often I tho week-end at Mbme.
I'Ull.OII Based on the foregoingand used, but the speed:er shuckers usualK I Chesley Fogg:, of Graham made a a
s other information, the loss to the prefer the honk The hook is se- i I business trip) here Friday afternoon.
Q Florida fanners on coin kept on tin'1 (0" \' 'd to the inside of the right hand I Mrs E. L. Crosby visited her sister OUR "CLIMAX" BLACK SHELLS HAVE
farms over winter would be about. 1- 'e'i rnss the, palm. The ear is grasped Mrs Irvin Thomas who has been
3H7r>00 )bushels. ,* and at $2 a bushel I I at the tip with the left hand, the hook sick part of last week
would be a loss tht, year of $ ,775.Ih iii(I I is then drawn across the ear, which I J. A. Douglass! and II, C. Clemons, ARRIVED
In some cribs mice destroy nn additional \!. opens the shuck and as the ear pass- of Alachua were prominent visitors
10) to 50 per cent of the stored I I I tlA the center of the right hand it l Is here Sunday afternoon. ,
corn." ) grasped by the right hand, the )left (i I Quite a bunch of Brookerites an. ,
On some farms due to the destruc band then turns outward, removing ticipate taking the fair in Gaines.ville s{u t ,
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and Jacksonville this and next i y,
' week. ,I
,\I B. O. PAINTER FBRTIUZER COMPANY There will be a high school play I t t 1.1 I Iiii

JACKSONVILLE. FLOlfW given at the Masonic hall Wednesday ,;
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COBtPLBTK OTtHTILIZKMFBHTIUZBH night Nov. 24th by the high school. .. w.h .
MATERIALSIN&BCTICIDICS Admission for pupils, 10 and 15c. Th '
BPRATEnll proceeds will go for the benefit of the h \ :
f library. Everybody cordially invited Shotguns
POULTIIT fiUPPLIKI to attend. NR .
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t Song/ Topsy-Turvy-Intermedite : '
'pupils Everything | ii'I CLIMAX AmmunItion '

I'lay. My Cousin Timmy.
Cast of CharactersMiss for ( ,
Bethia AldPOI(')', Leta Fogg. 12
Ilonnie Holland, Hazel Warren ii '
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Fudge Toothy, Lubedia Pinhoh.ter.I 1
,1 t Calomel is a dangerous drug. It Is Stella Mayburn. Clara Cone. THE SMOK
y Rita Garland l. Lorene Hnzen. e3"1 s Hunting
k mercury-quicksilver ; and attacks your I Millie Jones, Inez Abernathy BLACK SHELLS
l' bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today Mollie Spooner Lottie Gainp)',

and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated Jonas Chorker; Eugene Crosby. I*
'' Maggie Buggs Isla Belle Coats
I tomorrow. Don't lose a day'swork. I Prof. Timothy Addles Ardcll Crosby Crosby -

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Organist, Inez Abernathy w \

,," Recitation, "I'sc nad"-Vlrginla se a ,
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I \Veekg. ,1

Music, violin-E. B. Andreu. 9 1
Here's my guarantee! Ask your back to the store and get your money. Organist Inez Abernathy
druggist for a bottl of Oodson's Take a spoonful of harmlou, vegetable Song. "Just Smile and Say Goodslye" us uS
'?, : :. Liver Tone and talc a spoonful tonight. Dodion's Liver Tone tonight and
,1/ ] If it doeea't dan your liver wake up feeling great. It's perfectly -- -.

i\\: <: and trslghten you right up better iannlii, so give it to your children Colds Cause Urlp and Influenza IM

d ."L/ y than calomel and without griping orplating any time. It cant) salivate, so let LAXATIVE.... BROMO QUININE:T.blet remove the CONSUMER'S LUMBER COMPANY a'It'
, a" ;you lick I want ;you to go them eat Anything afterward. 'rae There I* coir_one "8u>n'o Quintal'
k li.: W GROVE'S stem" on bas :Sue.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKH. FLORIDA. PA<.K; !SiVEN: JtlYOU
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her mother in Newbel'r)'. of Mr. and :Mrs. Johnnie Roberts when Cuanlian fur W. W McDonrtl, Jr., Minor. I onnrR FOR rl.t'T'OS'

.. Dobsun and :\11' Willie lllllet1217.KOTICK. I In lro"1 CVturt, ,
-- Sapp. Miss Callie -- -- Judicial 'I.ull Bradford County. In Clian-

1)V.. Borum of Hampton, upent Bryan were united in tnuiriuge.! The OF GITAIUHAN BAIE I I."

don't:: uceas much the week-end with his family. bride was beautiful in her neat fuit Thirty dnya aflor dal. h".r 1. tlxt unJ..rpticniMl 1. Haitian. .

1l't a-s you 3o of Lum Hewitt, of Sanford, spent sexeral of navy blue taffeta. The groom wore Clyrir, .Walnwriiiht(iuardlan' fur and."rnk. W.ln'rhrh.G. L. C"n'I.Ina1' \

mos" other ) '!Mr>s Powers.It : I days here last xvevk having been a suit of dark blue 8erJ:('. Their ninny "','I.ht. mlnnr t.l. of Julia Waln..llh., ,. riaUy Prfcnilant.It t..n.n. .
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!11> 9 n. .s ..- ;." orcanary railed to the bedside of 4>ia sister, friends wish them much happim's- dcTl'imrd.A <, wi, "n'" Judn. of llrailfnrd, .Coun.ly. '. npnrnrltiK l>y affidavit amn-ndi-d to tit*

1." .," ..fcniith. You: Mrs. Hardy llowlint: through lif(. Those. attending! from l-'loricln.. .. for. an order to a.*ll at privatffi.alr W11 tiled. ,. thr alto c staled rauim. (hat PaUyHaiti

i. w.. -.Nw.J h. If. Krvin lH-kle has accepted a position this place were. :Mr. and Mrs. G. A. a In.n.hht.nd to the undl..d.d .d..rl.t nitt of land aidnunnra n. .the f ttm fi-ndant Rtate of t..I.FI.rlda. named.and ronrralahi'nitlf IB 'armldiMtt

with Dr. J. :M. Mann and is at work in Johnson and daughters 111111"1'11lae:\ lowitKouili. I.lo'lnl an that nrorpBa of autiiHtcna, cannot I h.

Yen don't;pay a biff price: for the Lake Butler Phaimacy. and Agnes Johnson. MinnC's Susie and h.1 of trfita. ( and fivt Ix t H. and of U't ".rvitht 1'' ty"tne yi-ara : It IB th.r.. nr.n.d that aaldnonraldrnt
li's sold at
Calur.ct.: : ; a The many frit-nds of Mrs. Pitt Townsend Nita Huret. Miss Gertrude Denmark. South ten.,-. .1 lllork A of N .1 I frnilant In* ..1 hrrvlty rt>*

moderate: prica that: represents will be ,::;'Iad| ] to know that she isdoinp Tom Mann of :Miami, was a visitor Joni. Addition to .1 Town. .r Huirkin llradfvrd quired to amx-ar to the lull of complaint flliitIn
County, I'lorlda.Thl I Bald rauBn on ln-fon* Monday. lh" nth
: cno'Jicr saving. ; nicely in the panatorium in to this section Sunday. Huh
You don't: foci uncertain ns Jacksonville.Marcus Mrs. Jrsse Vining. cf Lake Butler, Guardian for Nina U. O.W'alnorlirlit.WAINW RICH O. 't.ClynnWamwruilit fiwurd liy Bald of .oI.r.nd.nl.1. 1.1 "'\ lift tnkrn aB ..n. .

to results.' Bakings never : Dekle, of Five :Mile spent was called to the bedside of her brother and I-rank U. Wainwrlirht.Minor. 11 fa rl'th.' that thla ordrr onItulillBhrd _ _

Saturday night with Nelson Dekte. West Green's children Tuesdayevening. .. onr* a .. for four conBrcutlvawrrtiB >
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fail-because Calumet never alls tho County Tflr.raph, .
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below the proven ttandard of "Destby !Miss Dora Scarboroucn nnd Mr. J. ni'wmiaiH-r,. ,,"I.I.h- In Bald County and Hints.Tlil .
NOTK: OF f.l'AKMAN' SAI.K
Test" L. Edwards, of Pinetta were united Marshall and Clai > I 0.1." 2&h. JvSO "
Messrs. nce Thirty dny. afU'i diitt hi'hr<'f. I (".un.trraivntd. \V. T WFICICffSrall ,
in marriage Valdonta, Ga., Nov. Dobbs visited in this section Sunday .. tluanlian l. G. W. /l.k. Clar.ncr ( Cli'ra Circuit. :
: I; ''' 31'd. aiul their friends wish them ,. F.I ,. odmWllirl.d C. A. '"m.r. '
I '"I'llliillillil' : 111 1IHIIiII I IL! > { : : :' ;lIilll Iii!: many afternoon. Ilickii.annd Wi" minor, helm of (I. W. Deputy ClrrV. .
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I a happy and lif '. Miss Oi.
II, ' ''Ii l (t: < ScarburouKh,:: was reared in Bradford I;ito. A. Canllnvr, lounly Juilitu of 1..dron for ('.n"J.I.nl'. 10.21..nt.1J.H (
11111'" tr. ".!JW/j'/ .!I" J-i"ii county and has made her home with Mrs. Oad pobbs, cf Manning, Saturday 0.\ lorld,. for an onli, .r to ..1| Fr. i ,
I. : ri'f I.1 ; ':- fo\I'\ 11111'' :) night! .1.. tha - IIIIOt .
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her Lake ButlerI .
''' ; illl' : lr11: J brother. Hardy, in i-arh nr i : j- : and! Mii. Louis Dobson of : Mlrl'F .
I Mr. 1 1IA.I. .
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I \\ II for reveral years. She had won the di rrllitd InmlH to-wit: Notlee IB tteriby ). "l. -t ,
I 1111"'" 11 ,'\,, '' I i{ ':: '" \ lovo and esteem of nil who knew her.Mr. Jacksonville, v"l.,1: ] lu-r patents, :Mr. I Ive. Six. 8vpn and Illirlit.: 'In HliwlKli'v.'n < I i'l.in I.. Canon, n, ." .i i tt i ..f. ti' . ..,.-.
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"t I .' In thr of II..M."I'I'n.nl. '' of lhatli<. I1. "...' "I. n i il f t -imhfrIfi.
' [' r. "' .. ," ''I I"i.., ".. ".:'. I' I : Eilwauls is a highly respected and! MrH. JOIIl."hll.h'I'WS., lastvi>ck. rlinUln.T..n actfordlnir 1..1., of l 1120. al IU .VTk; In ,I''. f rfn ...1. .' BnMdill _

. '0,, 11I.'" "" 1!.1 'III' .. I'1ItJ' \ ... . citizen of Tajlor COUllt).. They arc I Judson II u ret of PiiU'Btino, wns a (SiYintln, Snuthiitn. and I'lorida' Itnilronil'I' 1'.1 ,' ,."' nrn' end "".1. tllml nl' rtt " ,,ii"! ,. d' ...!." business visit.n Newton' Powell'sMonday \ inlil,. fcorve; A. <;inrdli' r Cnuntjf
to
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J', I : at home to their friends in I' Jwttn.I ::; : i :
\\1 : .... .ti.I linn ,Ihr llith dnv of Nomli, l 2it.MI18. II.I' of Mradfnrd Cotinly, Plon.'n' at hU
.. | Mrs. Ilnrdy IlQ linT died Thursday, morning.! (',. HICkM.Gunnlliin ,' .. ".. In the CnurthnUNr of nald dinty" InII'
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; : ,}'! : i ')IIIIII,' IIJJII, > ,\ .." ; ,i I tho lath:.! iiiRt nt the home of Mrs.liclle The Dobmt'i M-liool is progressing \\i Hlrow(or I.rkK.llllr\N. .IUIF. lay'In''I.11l'Ui.Illckii amiOlln ,, nnil".I l aernuntH>.tt of 8tark an Btich. rlitrlda.inlmlnlHtrAlrlK i"f her nf i..1.1

. "" ' '' ''.lu;.,,, :i Howling and wad buried Friday nicely with a i.irgi-! attendance.ON < Iliclin, Mlnoni. 11.111-51-12-17, ehtnte' anil "I then nnd there apply t"t eaidJudire

X 1111,1, : Iii, I 'ftrc.. R 'lCtt.-t: ._.f' ','/ \:; I afternoon at Klzey Chapel.Mrs. - ...-. -. '- .-- fnr 1.1 dlnchnnre aa such admlnlatra*

ir '. .,. : :\ IKiwlinp;; hud been KUlTerinpr! MASTEK'S SAI trlx.rtateri at Starkr, Ilitrldn" on thla OuU'lurIB.
.. \ with THE JOBEVERYDAY Notfrp !. hcrt'lty Kivrn (hit unih'r nnd ly" 11>2H.
pellagra for sevoml! months and foixK-lonum miilinnd -
virtue of a final itvcnw of CORA I,. CARO .
It possesses the highest quality I left her home in Madman fov weeks nindorcd uy Knn. II. A. Tltniohvr, Jtldu* tll15ntl"t> Adnllnlntratrlx A toroenlil.OKIll .
of thi* t'lwull Court of Klorldn. in and fur
ever put Baking ago coming! to Lake Butler to spend ----
into a : I lliii.lfi.nl Countv. cm thu Mnd dny of OitiiIK -

Powder. Contains only such CalumetCold a few days with }IUT mother, then go.. i. II''.'O. whi'i'i'lii .1' W IVttvJnhn wa. runtplnitiant. II 01 IIV 1'lrtU.ICATIO'
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Cab I Mrs. Belle whilesne . II. I O I'arkfr. Mm. Mai* I h,' the ,
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have Howling, Iln
ingredients been officially
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as RecipeYolks Sloln. and .1 AI..k. ln-r luiithanil T t In, nnd fin. llrndford County.I.ulu .
endon-id ty United States remained until trie end came. It -- I'm 'I. i. J. K I'aikrr I K U 11.1.... Ida .' !.nnarley,
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Food Authorises. : 1'' of 8 er.gi' r was hoped by her friends that .she. Hii: BLOODICK; MEN AM) \> OM- "1'itrlii, 'and C. Ill C.win 1.lrk.O'Cluinn"r .". II II .''''...h'.. \ '
,icupuof ('Iu
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Rtanu'jua
For weeks ? would regain her health, but God in i\ AUISELDOM: I :su\ 'K Cl'Wiilnn 1.k.lu.r luwlianil. I Pen M. Parker. J. Joint J rhrlK.tnn.uin, ft nl. I FnRI
for monthr it Migar ,1
!:, of j tHis wisdom thought bout to call her I'urlei. I'Bikfr, helm at low of II. C. Parkii. '. .
,. keeps as fresh and fui; ofetrcngtli cup water. \'t "home. Lillian '. d"'d. Mm I',.", ,., I'nrU.r KanmI'arki cf WBB lo\ed by all who WATCIIOI"U I5I.OOI) COMMT1ONIP
: 09 the day it Mt the cup butter. 'r N'erlle "",'r. hi rnlre I'n.1 .t ttiitmr T tin.' ,m I'rohv irlvi'ii tn nil imrttci,, rlnltn* .
"I>4. know her and her friends will .. Cliine I'nrkor,, .,
; Calumet Factories tJWorld's, cups pai-try mournher 1..Iy rurkfi. a minor. Inir IMI liiU rct imti-r .. .1. C"rl.I..on.
Hour lewl llinry ,'"'. fl mlnnr nnil Inim/enw I'nrkor 1). M nornta. I. M. Mm. .. .
teallpkino death.Rev. . 1'I.k
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LOOK !I' .U.K.: FEEL: : 1.111. l.
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rjest.mnrr Sanitary and Modern
(;alurnl't n minor, and A. / Adklim. irtinnllnn nd !! tUT.. .f. MoVrmnn. '."na. Mull
Baking Powder plants. pnnllS S. S. Proctor spent the weekend I OWN ANIt\ (; l.o0"L11: lem for mild rnillora. hrira at IHW of '1'. It. A hi., .man. T. CJ. 1'.1 nml W. C. I'n writ,

It Is ; Powder at Brandy Branch.Mf'sra. l'EI'TO.\I.\Sn.\S! I'nrktr. nn .lu.lr at Inw of tho wiitutii' of It. CI'nriVi l'"th il.iltiir tm.itnc' lowrit A IVwHI, J. ,
Important that
] you use only 1 labl "ipoon ofvamlla. r. P. O Mel\ln and "rniileni'iiA M. Trul.v, C. K:. r. NavalHlnivit .
8tr i i t..h\'aT flour (not i "wl-= ::rihiiiti' Then Geo. W. Alderman I I ( A. C. III\ 11.11 I ) I'l-' Mi 0.1.. wife. (i. W Melvln. II. O.Itlvera ,. C'otiififiny:
-mid-- - mix in the icgulor / Strickland, Dr. 1\luhll'S. and C. II.Ucgihter I old tOmmn;' III vim, hU wife. J. W. Una IturirniM nnl huM-aml. II .
flour baking
puie prmdcr. if motored to : "n,1 a"" Crttiry, rndicrtt. hhi wife, arr ". *. .1 R 1'.I.h. N. V. Cnuthrn.
you wish to obtain. iiV if1"**'" d -- to attend the funeral of 1 Dr. 'A. L. su-k. They woiU, hard look clinntii rv, lmv. letUtd upon tliu. fntlowinir, dn- K I.. lloum*. A. 7. AiMilnH. Ktirlnn II. Cor: t
by sound health. Scott. '.d I..d. .1/1.01 In tlnulo." County, t'M I"hn I. WMIInrnO --.w----. ;;; nilnist eat 'ln-nrtily and enjoy life. I..r' an I.I.w.wlt : -"t., V. 'ill'nm' Ito..

Mrs. Scott V'aldosta' Ga., is the They have plotilv of rich ivl blood. 1"lhw.- t Ouarlcr ((8WV41 of Noi-llii'n. .1!) tlWi
guest of :Mr. nnd :Mrs, B. I). Harrell That i i.. why tliej' lire\ never ill. Qu ,. ININ"'h..t! CJilniU-r ( NWUIof ) ..I li.>r .. hi>lrp, tlm.IIUVH, rlnhiiHtitH.. irrunti'i*,
SK1 "l 'In c'ltilmlnvt\
this week.Mrs. tn".hr..t (lnr" N..h.t .I 1'1'' tiny I..t
I'eoplo ,who try to (ret aloupr! with tJI'I. ) ". ... IJunrUr IWW'41 1" ', ..".vcr tn I tic litmU iliwrrilird nm fnllow.. tN
THE STATE FAIR NI.
week-end here with Mr. and :Mrs. J.H. S. S. Proctor it ml daughter weak blood always Imven nnd "," Qunrter ISF ) i.f tiorlhwtwtOunrter .rl lu nut innrti r of f. ittti4...tt qimrtrr
Kelly.Misses :Miss Marshall spent Saturday at impoverished I NWNn.U..l) QuartrrlNiUl INI'Ior: 8rVi: ) unit Ion l.rnly-n\e (.tn),
, As stniKKle. Thi-y' J'O! from one !sickness of Northwrat (jtlHrtrr .INWI/,1. anilTwelve I towtitil.\.11'| .I U ratinu twi-nty-lwo 12211
ckhonvillc Nov. 15.
custom- I'
Lomie nnd Rhoda Thomas attended Johnstown, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. to another. Children the mime ((1I! > acre* on the Fntit aldii of Northwont luttil li 1,0 i>f ", th<.nr t utmrtiT ((8'*j of I ,
all transportation linos entering church at Brooker Sunday. S. A. Carter.Mrs. gunrlvr 1 INWI, ) of Norlhwent QuartrrlNYl K'4 K Imlf of nnHhi'iml qtmrlrr

sunvillp, through G. Z. Phillips, WO)'. .i > of 8ietlon Twenty-two' ,221 I anil, n..rlh..1 :Mallie Paris of. Louise spent Sun J. n. :Maines upent n few daysin Ten 110 AereH on Situlh Siilu of rtotltheantIMnrlir th.rlylx < nix (Ot.rintrTi .
tor of transportation have an- day with his sister, !Mrs. llattie Prescott. Jacksonville last week of If you keep your blood rich and ledyou'l (KIOl | ): of Hotithwviit .. l t Vlllielnu : Iwi'i.(ytwn fa 22'' ;, Mtnithwm*! nunHcr ofncirt.oimt
Iced reduced round trip rates for guests: Irnjoy full vljror. I lIi"'I"I'i has :: One Hundred' Ten 1110) 'r wlditarroMK ( qunrtt>r I8WV4 of > Noiith-
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Mrs. F. N Andrews and attending ... .. ,'.1 .
( Hald forty Aenv of Klrteonlir.i. uiinrtcr of uniithntrit ( north
i mum I Florida State fair and Ex- Mr. and !Mrs. Brewton Oroover and Billy Sunday II1cl' illJ,:'. little! chance. to develop! in healthy all In Townnhlii Heven ((71 t"lh.. K ni7'uenlv wi.t fiirt<.r (SW"-t of 8ICIif' NVV'rcl '., -.

tion which will be held here Nov. daughter of Sumter Miss Marshall Mood. As soon as you feel' run-down ((8A) KHHt. Hnd will, n.1 .m.. hcforo Inn nli-vrn Ml), l.n.hl,. .ii>voti (7>.
27th. 1 are spending a Proctor visited nt fop awhile. It tint rourt hoimo dnor Stnrki'' Hrad' rnnvn twnnty.twa ( \ wont iiinrtr nfiinitlii'nMt "
> while with their parents Mr. and the home of Mr. and Mrs, P. P. Dokle take Pepto-Mnncun ford C-ounty, Plnrldii, U'tween tho li'ffal liounof uunrtir nf ..rihf. <.,l "ln.h'r ( W'4nf
ivsi' rates, it fare and one third Mrs. J. K. Groover. of Five Mile, Sunday afternoon. will feed your blood.) with the iiiR! .'ditnt unit*, on Mundny. Uir, 6lh day .r Ilecemher. NK'4. : of N"'I.! ) ..rlh..1 .iunrtt>r nfnnrtli
hi- I needed to ornte a ir round trip, are sufficiently low Frank Stokes', of Gainesville! spent Marcus Dekle of Five 1111"ppnt : nnd ..If. 8ald' iiroperty I,. Bold m* of went hll nf muilhwwt Munrtor oftH.HliriiHt

atti active to please the most exipr 1 the week-end here with his parents.\. a few days with his ginndpurentx: Rev of red corpuscles.PeptoMancrnn th. property of the defemlnnta. Temtn eaiih. .,' Wife of W M, nf 8WI't of
prospective fair visitor nnlexpp.ted Misses Khodu: is n M in both IIltiid A. a, ClirWH, NI..h..t: ) <|iiHrt<>i ( NW\I. l"rth.
and Lomie Thomas and Mrs. S. S. Proctor.Geo. .
Takecither Il.f>-M-U'-a. Rpeelnl Miuitrr, In Chancery.BPiclAI wi-ft uimcUr" of imutliwriit "" I 14 .'
to be the incentive which were visitors to Brooker Friday. Epperson visited Jacksonville i <)\ ond tablet form - ---- .. -- HW'l I, ..1 tuIf of noiithwi-ril quarter nfMmilliwr.

brine! thousand of people to the Program rendeied as follows! at the Sunday and'IIS accompanied! home kind! you prefer. They urn nlil
full exposition, which this Ziff literary :Mrs. modicinnl; '; vnliie. lint be miro you pet: MAII1..I.H and. hrvltttie t'l. )) ,
year society Friday afternoon hy Claud" 1 Epperson nnd son. In In rrl.y th.l und- twcnly-two ( nniuhw .t nuartrr (AW11ih >
nit's an importance far surpassing) ; ;. John Eivin visited in Staikc the ponuino ) \ lIn--"rIIII"M": of thnt llnal deortw madn am) renderedClelolier "l nurtliwmt iunrti-r of flnuthimMt (jurtrl.r'N'Wi.i
lust A. I). I. the jllilue nf tho .r KK'xiK, Un>, townwh'p -
"CndoV: I'opto-Man- IU21. ncrllnn
hinc of previous The 1 n"c'itlltitln. Tlio, full rnme Ir. If..n
years. gen- Frank Groover. week.Mr.. Circuit 11 In .1.1 fur IIr.M.,1 County.FlnrldH. .'lehl INI. rnnui* tw.<. 122'l puulh'iift -
admission to the fair A'rounds will Recitation, Leland Litchfield. :\ ond Mrs. II. L. Fowler (,'nn," should! be on the pIII.klllf'-!( . In rhnneery, In thnt rertMiti; enimowhenln (pinrlfr of norlhwfni iimirtur (SK'-i ff

0 cents.rnmiection. I spent I !Adv.NOTirr. A. M II.n..h..1 .In cninplnlnnnt, NWI'I. Wfitt hnlf of norlhwrnt nunHir IWI.
Hooding:, Avy Starling.Song Tuesday; Jacksonville. and A. .T. I'ne and 1. are r"I..I.. 1 I. iioiilhwiwl qimrt >r (HWf ). .
with the low tates it Opal Lewii and Beular LewIK. (I Mrs. Julian Lortilhiiltz, of Gainesville ------ I lie ntiili rrli/ned an .,ntieelal ., .I tlun thrrr 'f.ni' tnwimlilii'. r It lit (H)'. rtinir"*
n,1I TAX in i r rtisiifn r..r mill. hefotf. the vtitirthotiHe door tu.>tily-tm. (.221.) .f Noulhwnut
tnimiiiced\ that tickets will be oi is the / : or AI-I-I irAiiov II tln.kw.FI..Iln. cmti h.1 i q mrIfr -
of her
I guest l parents, Mr, HUTICIN 117"f' IIIK: h'lW"1 the leirnl hftura of .11. ..f norlhrnril' qunrti < K''.i of N
from. all F'lor'idnlolntll\ to Jackillc Roritatlon George! Prescott.Kecitation and :\11'". J.V.. Jones. (. ':. 1:11.\: HTATI'TII1Iin ''' Monday Ilieemlier. fllh. A l II I'l-i'' In II"liluhiHt I'.' >. Wf t linll of wtMt, hwir .r IW'.f."th..t

nn November 17, 19. 21, 23 Opal L wis. I :Mrs. Joe Crews, of Guilfnl. motor, .1 l>f ncillr.. \\f nlv,'n Ihul T 1 AliU'rmnn.mirclu :i : and' brat hltlder I ; for rnjih the' followjlidiwcHlicd ".r... uf mrlliiNiil' nuitil-r, ( W'., of W Kl *>fSW
-.th:; | ...f In- "nl.) rrflini-mw niirtiWr.! rropertv altiintcid in llradford ci.mity. df, Nl-:1: ' H..Hth.ii.l ntnirlir. of nnrlh-
Home
News' Llnnie Puikcr. ed to town :Monday. ...""etl".lv I inn. I la.' 6. "'. "". '"'. '"" 61. riurldn. towltTlu : .> i>i .,,..1'r 'iHF't' nf NW'' .. ...t hi.If ofWi
addition). the name i educed rates I Recitation A, Z. Padgett.Recitation . Lem Colson, of Pcnsncolu motoied KM. 'lln nnil\ 201 I..".'.l liy ,Ik1 K follislnrfor > Bunt In...t Quarter of thr t)<>rlhi'H.tQtinrU'r 'Ht hnlf nf untit hwl diiiirli r of mmttifoittiiunrtvr
be in (effect with in' a radius of Beulah Lewis. to Lake. llflf< .>.ril County rlorlcln,. SiM| "r"rnto IB. nf the rliillthweBt iitinrter, of Hen. HA. 'IW'<, of W '% of 8\Vi', rf JMK'/iM'
I Butler Monday.! IBS .Mix .'..l"''> II"h ''Iny "f J0.1-? 'lowniihln A M.ulh. Ttaiiue 29C rHt ootttnlnlnitten cntit hnlf r f wint hnlf nf Nntiihwmt qtinrti rnf
mikv of Jacksonville, on Nov. 18, Recitation Alva Thomas. A negro by the nauie' of Flowers A. II t>"iifi *aii, '01 I ...un"l.. 11 livitw d..I.4 inv acme, mnro or h.... thr until hfiiHt, qiinrt.
22, ;24 and 26th. Those! tickets I' Diiilogur, Avy Starling and LonniePnrker. I win .hot by another mod !2n.1! ,liiv of .,hil> A 1) 1t ir unil '''rtl"1"n D. K. KNltT. of fl'; >; t, Hi>ctfnn twv > f 121. t'.vvd.ithlii .
negro mi . .
Infood. 37. :ix. :an\ ui! BJ, mi. us nnil am i 1..ln. Bpecliil, / ( )I. ri.nifti twntylwo ((11.) rontiilnlnR -
on trairiH arriving in Brown! Saturday night. Flowers died .ln Ml tlm .Hi' oIny l "' A",,".1. A. II tin*. ,,'i'lIN A. 8 (IFWI. .In ni nm* thcumind fovly ) nvrv.

sonville before noon November i' Recitation Joshua Groover. f rorn tho t ffecls of the. wound Monday | > nli-il II"nnlil. r"rlln nlr' In mr. iilTJi-e 1.1011. r.. Coinplulnnnt.'. I./att-S ..' or .. In Hradfnrd county.
H.. ..H i< In..iiv And| yml, fMtth *
Jokes .nil lia. mnili-. 1I1'1II.ntlan> l ft'r IH > - - .ynu hctvtty orttili" *
nnd ?, Minrie Groover. night. Kro\\n made good Ills escape.Tate In iKwofilnni-i- with tnvr. 1'he. nnl-l wrllflrntrH f.l to ni>|it>ar In thl ,1"1 i.ntltlotl onurt t*

is alto expected many visitors 1 !Song No. fWi;, school. Brown of :Miller! motored to r,.'w"v'Jv, ..mlirncp, thn follnwlnwInnrt. In the rl.rni "'TI tlin 8lnti> of Flnrliln. unnvf.r ihiMil, nf t nmnpliiltit. Hlid djcnltiifeyon
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come to the fair in automobiles Kecitntion, Martha Groover, Lake Butler Tuesday tind hi n....r cniitn" transacted lit l'i. il..t.. of 'h. l I."an... of .iwh wHIItoal"In M l.anirliy.Contplnlniint. "f .1",.".. A U. 10UI.
fill' these 'patrons the frf>e nuto- Quotations, Altha Lewis LinliieParkor bu'inell'l.I (hinnmr... .,Mii.M'll.
ile camp site adjacent to the fur. ; Rufu.: Padgett Opal Lewis !I Henry !Itivers of Breaker in "i>Iv fft furrh. ,Ifvlllfort *" I 41,'mi ltd UK thr t" w.fiiiHTr lit which tttl* .
nils in at their was : I Benin No. IftH. nmtjriii... NnrldwiKtOuiirl. Ji.nn .1. Chrlnllnniton .t nl, null'1 .1..1 1 I. piitiilHu'| iuaa wlv#
di"poHal.lon Lolanil. Litchficld Lydia Groover.I town TuoHdiiy looking: after business.Zeke .. ..!. of NoKlii'..t Oiwrtrr )..i. B A In NKCor Hefi.ndnnlil. I w MI'' M 1. to Mtild flrtl iiny uf January' A. I*. .

xpoited to take advantage! of thisemrnce. Debate Resolved, That Diseases \Va llwl'ijtht. of Palestine, won <[-.... 'I. Ti. 7. fl II 23 K.!: 90 nor B.- oitiini or hrnvicK nv vnmNOTIfK ,eA""N' ; .

There will be no charge: ,I are more destructive than war. Affirmative a business visitor here .ewii'il ITnknown.CirilOfdlp TO KNOWN nKPKNTi : '>N1" \\ltnvDri my. h.no .110 .".1) nf dfTltw thU Imtilny
Tuesday. No II .m>irnc. Ounrtiir \ of (ii'tulwr, .
hi-- I.'h..l A. Wyait. renlillnir In I he city lit I. 1U.0.W
service.diealiens Lydia Groover Lomie Par Jack Colson of New Klvvr, was in nf Northnnnl lltmrliT. f.. I I. | S. I r..o.. In 'the Htnln of f'.ln.nd"1L l FI T W P fr'lCilrit :I .

: are that people outside ker; negative\ Alva Thomas and Men7.10 town Tuesday.J. R S>li R., 411 ... lUMnMrd I'nknownVrtJApHlc M. I.lllli. and Mm. I,. M. l.lltln. rntldln >rk Hint of Clrault. : f'fliut. fnr llnuiror.l, COUII, \
1lilf ndKMt I bf I lorMa.Iflviill
( No A rmtlllUHM North *
iiffleorirla
lelcionville are preparing to come Groover., S. Howard, of Pukes riiotored to Hnlf :
IB city by the thousands to visit Critic Miss Vera Surrency. Lake Butler Tuesday.Ttcv. > Qnnrtpr. Hon. HI, Tp. 4. S. I!. 31 C. Mn Gllliert W. U"" ruBl.lliiK In the olt r .' ..irutr Clt"k.CHAfUKB .

'air, and to.take 'advantage of the -- _.- .- -'--- Kent. nfimit UnKnown. Mllwuulii'ii, In l hiStiilo' of Wlnconaln | : A. J'oFIU4. r
l\ U. John, of Staike, wa In ftvr>in tlr N" -mfcrneen Com nt Ml' for William .T. Ho., rcHlillnw In the elly fOaltknBh WollcHnr ,' .. I lO.H-lQt-ttt-'M: .'
rumity to hear Billy Sunday, the LAKK: J1T11.lmLak" town IB Kll Ind N IO 5 f . .
Tuesday.Mr of '"no wl l I. run In thi. .Ulo of Wlnnrnaln : --------
tl I'vungolist! who IB now pjeiirh- and Mrs. Tom Dicks < W toft.. 8 alnnt ulH lln* IM fl. Hurry C RIIWITB, rraldlnil In tho city ofDenver r.lt / P KI.ItVK I. HV I'l in.n.nnii iIn .
o i.iuucity Jacksonville audiences: and chll- Ihi'nw R inr. fl bi-ir S IX. Tp. t, B. R. Ih 'the ntnt of Colorado ', : Clreult, Court ;uf lh. StMU or riiirlila I -
"Nov.
Butler. 10-i-John Cle- drqn, of Guilford, wei-p shopping I 21 K. Bimwiwl A. I< nrowiiO KOI. Hunt arnl 1 h".h'I.I. tlr in nnd for nradfnnl County.

' will be an interested visitor to mOllS and Mrs. J. W. Cavabelln ofBrookor I. town Monday. cllfli-Hti Ni : emb nn N f-l! of.r N..r"I.RI .1.1".th! '''...hulh n..ldlnir in,_ I. .1" ntI I 1..lu. M. TrfKnHloyiVB
'nn Oiini-l. if V.iph| .nit 1\ ,
lia\ing Invitation of .. r q."r"r. I in ion maru 01 ,
accepted . .. . \ .c..o
were guests of Mrs. Mattioi -- -+ --- ; SKf ..f 'W''k'r.,
for iwt Htmrt.
A .! fiim "l 1." I. \1..I, I, Trlnlctt. rrwllllntt In tlw city ofV Complainant.IIIIIB. I
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management' to be Its guest dur- i Marker lu t: week. I 'MILI-DR I of \nhw,.i cjnu'i'i', "'"I r. I1- >""."".. I 'I In llw Btni of Colorado J Clirliillatiitnii.. i-t al.,
I'o''k.', J. J. Jon of q t ) yiK. '".* v* v li. ? '' v'iw . It ,M I..ruby ordered, Hint "01 nnd "01 nf lif/unilnnl*.
. ,. .---.--- I lI, Iiennopy was II''et.inA' /: !t. 4 f *'i 'n..' Ti' 1. r< f 21 F. 1 von mtTii.ur on 'Iho fltli, d y .r n.'n.I.! \, NOTIr: TO KNOWN DKrKNDANTfl
friends in l.uko'BirUt'r hint wei>k. I Miller Nov. 10.- pie supper wu A Ten. n, ." ,1"I ii',". n. lOJfl to th. l"'ll of KiitYifilalnt II.d ..." T. .1 CI.'w""frn.' I J. 11 nw". '\.
/IFF W. Wood of Pnvo Ga., fptru Friday given at Miller! school hmin I """"..,. Nd '11 i ,ih ,,!, !< l-'l Noi-Hi- I I MI, i i HIM' MIU In ntiovl'nltll.i1 ., 7.. Ailkliin. C".b.l P and I i.nrirnrtn :
Friday! i ?"-I 'I', nr*. i i f M"| H . I H ,null. M, I.'I A T'.i Hrtnlfi.fl' County' TrlnKrurih I* haraB* 'IBlanm thu .
llti'li nmli
-- niahtvith hill cuu"in. IU-v. S. for the benefit of thn <' -. .lli. -> Ol'-i'l.i' "' i! : \ ., ..Id.n .hl.m.
, } Miller<< basket j nl.\ r.m Hi HP I' .li l imliil an tlw niwariiitxr In wlilflh tWI vi I U unit wn.It .
> }11).-Supt. E. :R. T'l.ppell Proctor and family.Wnrron . S'I ball team A largo crowd attended. I Mrlli, ,, i.l IVtrttUr IITI'I. '"n N "111, "'I vdn" I ii"|t.. .-hull h 1."bl.11 for four riinMKutivuv )In hombf"ordtrrd thnt yn .nil oarh ofyuii
: f visitor W I fl" I in' "-I '" K 1"J 7 D. iii, lii" ..' uf fL>.-. .. An ,
: day
vlis a to our school I .J. I i 1. fth . aniunr' thililll nf PITH, < i flli'il hori'In -
j Coffin, of John:it own, wn a Mrs. John Mott of Lake Butler J 1 .. Ho ." Tn H. I It :I'! f. I" ."" .. l'LnS' a>raliMt you. In Ihu a*,. . enu onthi

f visitor to Lake Butler Saturdaj' nfI I I *p'"t' the week-end with Mr. and Mr oin.-f.il: A T KnijM : 'itiimi, niv hnnil anil iinl nf ,11''' lhl 1.I' 1. l.th. MY ..r Dlvmr). '. \ I. I, '0.
! it' i Tlunm who hH'"< }lu'i'ii. tfi'nonn Roland ThonuiB. f*.M i nrn\f, \ *.'i. /'' irtil'riM' ii NoMl Hrlr, .. ofPn 1 uil'h' >lfiv i.f C.ulrr. A. D. 1020. Tlir. Kradf.inl Cum..i, 1.1.li 1(1."bv
, .1' ,,'I.oll\'ille for I, I ll'ilr' "i n.'i ( Ouu"l.r nf S'urlli ..( I'| w.'r W1FKt. Kitfnntiul, an Ihv '111 MH, HImiLlBf " I '.
: sum" .J1'980 i C'ason of New Rivet brnuicht I I Ia Olson Tht>mull nnd rioter Crtti! I 'Inni'lii, ,. ii"1 h."itli Tlrlf" ,' North Hi'' if rii-i-" < milt fonrt In wnil "'ord .h.1 .IHI li.,,i rHw ". """ ,
:".'n. un a visit! TMth he1 '*1 Unfi'i, "f Voi i livfi'fll' Quit rti r .mill.1N I Florid 1..1,1 ', ..
)und of fine sweet potnttji" .-;iatutdnyniotrnii" Hlti-ndrd nhuivh Midway Rn"''( ri.iiniy. Ktatc of ol". t. I tlt'l )" ntf''h'r.
1 "i'.l :Mrs. J. B. fv.nun.. fit Sunday. ," "'nl' .' o.nh J',1 nf .(,'h..l 'IJnur, ,: 'Iv C. \. KNItmT.lli'iiuty A. l D '
\1' ; \ ;. j i Cnrrlf! BeMp" Hrown, of the Lake I '. r ", F..ulh".,.' l'... nn.l Wwl .tol "f I f'nl 1."ty C.k, V" ''1'21.my hum, I ." .' IJ Ihi Ii I ,
Iliii';. Ho\vui.l a1,idl 1 1r Carnt Bclli Brown and Anna Belle Butler !high' si,'hoy], spcrit Sunday with 1..11.. I'.iin'ir nf Si-Milhw.Mt r,,., nrt'1' I f'r.! |" KS A- 1'OWTBUB.rtiillnltor . I iJXy i.f I..... I,0 J "
..r 8 tthiNl, ritnrlnr nfl > / .
l i i.i mi -"me. spenL thi. N.'h.n"i fliiiiit.i' r. duniilalnant |n. I.12.! \ T \ I EKSl
People'>* hpt-nt the weak-end with thwit homofolk.'i.J. HO'th.. OIIH.<<" nnrt W.i Hnlf of * pari-nts at Miller.i S. Brown mad a bosinoH* trip Ounrln., nf H."h..1 Ifimrlcr, unit t "itilh NOTICE, : 0 JfTOfll ('IIIPITOPA County Htajtn of H I .Llii "
nt NnfllnnBt'" (limrtfr .f ",'h..n"< i.." nn.nt AMlv.i '' i '
The Ladies lr IH'I
jHI i Misnionary! Society ml.t I I tu Lake Butler Monday./ n,1,, Ve II. Tl) r. B It. .. r l"n nrnt, !... ', |Inh' ,,f n. otlfuril .n""I I. .,. florldn, d- if KAI.) 1/ I ll ty I .h rl I II

>" :.;,, nt the tiuntiit) church Wednemlay nftrrnoon J i Wilbur\ Brown and xiKteri, Mabel ...iw.. "I Pn".n. i II ",. 'il arf rfqin.Uil to iiay lhilr nail, r HArii.FH; A J'OW1',
re Work ( .>* .! "\ tnl>r i*' MilJiflii* I ') n f..i-thwllli, arirt pi.raonK liavlnw itlnimBaunlnrt ....,
.. Mrs. A. C. Strickland pro- I mid P-Rrlo, motored to Alachua Sun. I 41 1.1.lt. ( ".
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" nf ". Tn r: ,
iHiuiius! oi.il .r N.'lhw.t 'Jlmrlrr l i Ball) flic tliit amc duly ..
you get wore .
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", r .t of siding, / day afternoon! K. \" V... 4ft .BITB', IMIKW-'I. Xioll, WlHIlHtnilCrrHHcitln I unnVfrAiirni-iI arlminlB' -
' d everything when your ;Mr. Traxler spent the wfek-enfl I I Thomas E. TAoave nifnndod! the pie Nn, Ifll p.tr""" 8 IU I ofBuiltIwuJrt .u'h.ntaatl..lh'n' .11.. yitar. frum dntt li.nof, ." JOTlts or HNAI nm 'IIGf
l"mdillon.ltn uritlcd liu. ,
Qunrtcr Iff Qlfftrt i ti i>y | furovaF burred.ThlB 1 after darn I h ,
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o very depressing "iffei.t Lt with his family. supper At Millar Friday ni< 1 .uisinft weakness lazinesrs I>r. J. M. Mann and Dr. Seeber King Mr. and MR. J. S. Brown visited I nownfV MRS. C. .IXO. C. ,1 praont m .".h.r_
and sirkneas.TAsrt.mss. made' visit to the Five Mr. and ..' ... No 1 111 irttlbnunw Nortli..l Qimr.Itr I A"m"'r.I.I.' of the r>tat of nun. find hnal iivKotmtB t. ". rlonoynbk fi* -
Mrs.
professional '
a Henry Bennett of Bland ,
Hnrth- ( .
I .f N" "w.t Ou"T rr K 12 A I. .1. .o. .110. County Jullfie nf
cinfi TONJ' Mile section la-tt week being culled Bunda)'. .. HI l QfinHir ..f Northwmt QUU'I. 32, ". __.. .' rli.rldn, and aak to be n.lo"I 'h' "I i

r> and Vitality t>y Purllyii. to the hrds-ide of nOlln Johnson.Mr -,_. .. T H. H 20 K. B2 .. | .Unknnwn or'H1' >'ou luir10ATlo' jyilntMtrntorThin .
>: tbe. Blond. In .!lnhtb Hth of (nrtnbcr. '
1'1.
Whun f
ou ", COlt. / .
".nlt. > and !\Irll. L. A. Davis, of Starke DOltMlNtlobion ( C rtnoivU'( No ;ail rnnnncM Kut ICilf of ,"h.1 (I.ui. County,, '1 Chanrery. V ,I't.; "JAdmlnlMtrutor
invigorating "
,,. effect: d motored to Lake Butler Tuesday.Misacfl flout ho/rot Ouurtur inrt W l Jlnlf of mtttn- nf Ratate of 'I 1; "if.1
"lot to the cheeks end ):,KVthu nut Qimrii-r 7, M. It. R., 11MirfM. I T Murr. _
appetite you will; tlioi Alberta and Lola BleHingsjti'nt Nov. 19.--Mrs.' Kitrnie: Mikel n u- :.tl" p'r. 'h. 2 I I ItTnlit I, Complainant.r"lvany : ---.0. --- -- .-II.R.I"- -

true tunic value.TASTELESS ' the week-end with homefolks at of Lake City was the guest' of her .'' .hf,lt W rwfcwmwf'eifonllnir 1 NOTICE ""A[. l>rHnill iBKlxty
E !> Prev Idlm'o. Mr. and Mrs I. Inw .* I|"M| wi Ivnuir llinnmnon Marr, 'l.y. nCter date hernof I, I he unit. -
: parents Jesse
Chill 1'0.11I' : Dowling lh. 24th rinv nf D c.mtwr. n. 111. || tii'fiindant. Blirned. a. ailntlnlBlratnr' nf Oai, estate ilifliiitcr I -
'"'"'medicine, it Is tinii, : J. W. Townsend is having; several 'this week Wltneaa my official .lffnnl'",, and thin i i :: anpi arinii' hy aJTfdavIt iipuni to v"t I Wynn late nf llra
I Wi/ i 1:MNL:. :: suspended In Syni houses built in West Butler for his Mr. and !\I I'll. Oud Dobbs and children Dth I mto ,I 1:1 (lleil In the ahove l t d II'' "' n children W T. WKKKHrt I M. tin* defendant ther"ln namiil a to the linn fi.o. A. Onrdlin'r: Cnuntar
", yiiinlne like it. H I turpentine hands. visited hot parents, :Mr. and Mrs. rl, Clrcull r.mrt rtrn.lfnr.l. r.iunlv. nnrUn i iMy renlden) of tin- 11"1' of Florida, ..1 .., .Indue of llrailfi.nl. o""lv. flnrl.lii. and MMlo

', to Purify and IP'- Vuscoe UowUnsr, of Jucfc onville, M.' H. Hurst Sunday and l'tIollflay.AlbI.t .',.11 c. A. KNla-; denci. IB ,, and IB ( the aie nftwertvone IKdUcharfri.,! .Bueh .c"lnl.I..lo.
These
reliable tonic IJr. I.II.I'-.I"' | [, I year* : It In therefore ordered tho ThlB the nth dnf of .
wan visiting relatives here Sunday.W. Klrkland of Glen CI..1 ..
; )r tan to drive out Impurlt <" ; ; St. Marys unlit n.o.n.II..t dirfendnnt rie and IB .. A. WII.I.IAM4.Admlnfatrator .
C. Armstrong spent the week visited his unclr, George Marst last ::; r.riAWiiAv HAI r i required to appear to the Mil of complaint of the Otate nf Hnau.r Wynn.diHj.B.nil. .
Thirty uft ilti* Hvrvof, t. th filed In 'tiefnre thefnl
( : untlni ,10 rnuae on or Monday IO.H-UI-U.8
rU. -crf\atln* Power of C.ROVI" end at Crystal Uiver.Dewey !Monday. : ., ni"l. .. <:".ntl far W W Mi-Donall. Jr.. I Iminor day J.n'I'Y. A .U.! 1(121( ollierwlne, tliealleratlonB ,
Chill TONIC ha. mnlrmi Duke of Five :Mile was a :Miss\ Susie Hurst was the guest ofMr. I hair of Jul. WViinwriifht. IKIMd > ..Id hill will he taken aa confetivir - ----- "
"< in thousands business '18I1or wilt atily| llonnralilo A. faf'itlnar. hy Bald defendnnt.It KOTIfK OF Mn .:;tC'AII1;
It' of In to Lake Butler Satur and !Mrs. Jesse Vinintr of Lake li. .
'. 11'r' Cnnntr Judif*. In and llrvdfordfounly. rurh.., ordered that thla order he pill, 11.ly dam after dale hereof t. tha under! *
: "v-tive y''ur' ," ; day. Butli last week.Mrs. .,..Ila. for an oril. to Mdl at, lirUvatv llahed WIM.k for elitht eonNeentlve weeha an Rxeriitrlx of the Batata nf Ann IWala \
tl '' ''? |||"I""' ''' to Rei t K.-A: Aulter Boyd, of Worth I nll'fon. was Emma Floyd and daughter .ali a on.Hiahth| undivided Intrrmt In in the Bradford County Tvlea-raph." a n.w. late of llrailfiird C"ulty. .'1"r -
l r' ." ro": ;>"N1K: whi"1"Jti and ,. th. follnwlnadmerllM.il land tn.vlt : J nnpi'r ptihllfthed In Bald county and Btate.ThlB 0..1. will preeent my voucher* .
;family Ju.J Malur.a tran acting business in Lake Butler :Miss\ :Madie, of LukeButler, visited Mouth 1.1 of IxiU, 6 and. *. and tl north October I. ISilO. the lion. n. A. fianliner, CituntyJudite
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.bu'I''I; Saturday.Mrs. Mrs.: Emily Hunt and daughter last flv* fv t Ixit" ft. and al Inf l"t ..ee.t W. 1. WFBKB.IH. of llradford Connlv. Flnrlda, and aBlcto
its ot .n..th.JI'.ih.d" \ the Month ti-n fn.t. .I In Ilkick A. of N. J. / ..al) Clerk Circuit, Court.nr tw illBeharued aa Bueh aiKeeutrfx,
''''mu'd' Is JlJ"t t3r"m .tur.l'' I''So. Geo. Coleman has returned Sunday.A .Inn** Add tlon to th Town of fttarkir, flrad- ) c. A. KN/CHr./ : ThlB the l.t dar of October, 1D2OMHS

.' U .:> Jl'l! It ( any c'JI:; home after spending; nevcral days with beautiful home wedding was sol ford County, f'lorlda.Thla D'I"t" Clerk.P <; KO J WHITE.ICnecutrli .
per :O"tc.;." ... II.h day of November, 1820. F KNtr.HT, of th. Otate. of Anna I'. Wala.Deceased. .
A. E. Proctor Tuesday in emnized
spent Sunday the home
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l PAGE FOUR ___ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKa FLORIDA FRID\Y., NOVEMBER! 19. 1920.
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Bradford Telegraph\ UK DESERVES HONOR check Wednesday for the prize money know. Geo. Weimann, Route, 1, Watson melon seed, 1 1-2 cars per planted repeatedly. Write for cultural .
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County \ Starke, Fla. 1112.2t acre, three per hill, melons 36 to method and how compound to
When we remember that until a 40 inches long. Five Hundred to greatly cheapen high grade fertl-
Published Weekly and entered as seal| few years ago the state convicts were I II Mrs. Geo. M. Inman left Thursdayfor FOR SALE-10 acre strawberry thousand dollars car net 1920. 30 I lizer. L. A. Stoney, Alelndale., S.
I farmed out to the highest bidders I Waverly, Va., where she will farm, best kind. 1 1.4 acres planted. years experience, thousand acres C. 1119.1t-
-nj claui matter at the Bout-office at
among turpentine, phosphate and sawmill spend Home time looking after property Good truck and horse, all cheap E.
{ Ktarke. Florid. men, to be worked to the limit of interests. Simmons, Starke, Fla. l1.12.2t'FOR
'. = =--=- . ..-' their powers, wrecked physically and i I GOOD CITIZENSHIP
1'.: S. MATTHEWS. Fxlilor and Ownrr.f morally, flogged and often killed by '1 SALE-Two large young mules

i brutal guards, we rejoice over the new | and wagon. T. J. Griffin, Starke,
state of things. With the advent of |I PENT-A-WOR% ] Fla. 11-12-tf
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Adt
f Fovnl n '. Rr etlva of
humanity
the State Farm reign
L -a' '.q-' .; y c'-e. rn a fr. BAN
was substituted for one of terror, and I
RICE HULLING have'lately put ,k.?.,
J. S. LJCOLUMNU
the superintendent
present in machinery for hulling rice in the
We frequently see in the state papers Itliteh,has gone so far in amelioratingthe best manner and ask the public to :
l accounts of the doings( of bad prisoner condition as to use an patronize me. Toll reasonable work

11 boy. The Telegraph,) is never called honor system, under which the unfor FOR SALE-Jersey Wakefield cabbage JoorJ. Mill: at I-rooVer. II. R. Brown, sD: >syFA1 ay't .
upon to make complaints about the tunates do their tasks and leave and plants, $2 per 1,000. Pace Brooker, Fla. 11-5-St I i' ,dtraCCOVNi
+ behavior of Starke boys A better return to their quarters without being Smith, Route 8, Starke. 11.19.2t'FRESH qgNK :
under the of armed guards.
behaved let of youngsters than we eyes
This was a bold step by Mr. Blitch LOST OR STRAYED-One cream e.
i have lie hard find
would to anywhere. COUNTRY EGGS I want
colored marked
cow, smooth in
and could only have been taken by a crop
"The.boy is the father of the man. man of great judgment; and force. Yet them. Will pay you cash, 60 cents both ears; one red cow marked crop UKi
Hence we may count upon a good dozen. S. Curling's Store.
C. and half I
per upper crop, crop and under -
which make the results show that he was justifiedin
citizenship, will] always
authorities 11-5-tf. half crop. Suitable reward for
hi. action, and the state
Starke a desirable place to dwell in.
though at first rather nervous about information comcernlng above cowsB.
the outcome of the experiment, are FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles' D. Andrews, Raiford. ll-5-4t kG FjI E1 NC&
ft 4. Great l is America. In Europe the now well content with letting the superintendent $7.50 per thousand; primes, $6 per [
gypsies are as poor as church mice run things according to thousand. J. C. Crews"' Guilford, USED CAR BARGTINS passenger it .. r o.-; ... 'n e.I .
and have to live off of what they can his judgment Fla. 101tf. Oldsmobile 8; 7 passenger Jor-

pilfer and beg from the farmers, telling Before Mr. Blitch's arrival on the dan, both practically new; 4 passenger A bank account makes a good citizen. That's a broad assertion
fortunes, mending: tinware and scene the State Farm was one of the CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for I King 8; 5 passenger Buick I I but it is universally tru e.
r swapping plug horses. In this coun- great sights of Florida. Now it l lone is prices and ship your ties of all 4; 5 passenger Moon. AH in fine '
try they travel around in Oriental of the great sights of the world, grades to Cress Manufacturing; Co., shape and real bargains. Florida A good citizen IH one who la independent, self itupporting f1,
luxury and are often rich. These remarks for not only does it show how to pro Jacksonville, Florida. 86.20.1yr'FOR Premier Co., Gainesville, Fla. and who does things conductive to the best interest of the com ;
I
',; are incited by the news that a animals how 11-5-31. munity. The man who has a bank account is independent he
but
duce fine ,
) gypsy in Louisiana was recently held plants and is thrifty, he is able to pay his way and he contributes to the i:
} to make honorable and useful men out SALE!-Edison moving picture
J of ) general wealth of the communi ty. His fund are in circulation.He '
up and robbed $25,000 and a $300
of material that had been considered machine, extra lenses, etc. In good FOR SALE-One seven room house,
taxes and helps to make things Likewise
diamond. worthless. All honor to the kind and condition and cheap for cash Gaiety newly ceiled, new shingle roof, outbuildings I pays go. a man !
who has money and properly I in a community l is anxious to see
brave man who thus set an examplefor Theatre, Starke. consist of barn, cow shed, '
the community proxper. Why not open up an account with us !
The quarterly bulletin of the FlorIda the world in humanity. smoke house, and wood shed. One ?
today OUK DEPOSITS ARE INSURED.
state agricultural department FOR RENT-StaceY farm, 1 1-2 miles and one-quarter acres of land all I
open. the eyes ofthe public about saccharin George M. Inman, local representative south of Starke; new house, good under good fence and in high state
? which is said to have been used of the E. A. Strout Farm Agency new hog-tight fence, well drained. of cultivation. Will sell cheap for LAKE BUTLER BANKState
as a substitute for sugar on account was the winner of his company's Write E. E. Stacey, 1163 Lacka- cash or on terms to suit the pur-
of Ita cheapness and at times first prize of (75, offered for the agent' wanna Ave., Jacksonville. 11-12-21 chaser. See B. M. Dowling, Starke,
when sugar was not to be had. It is who secured the largest amount of Fla. 10294t. County, District and City Depository
f a derivative of coal tar, CGO times property listing; during the past three PULLETS WANTED-Will pay cash
sweeter than sugar but it is not harmless ,months He received a certified What have you to offer. Let me MELON SEED $1.25 Ib. earliest I LAKE BUTLER, FLA.
as many had been led to believe.,
'Yr, as it*will, when used frequently, injure
r -the digestive; apparatus. It is
often used as a sweetener of canned
fruits, ice cream, soft drinks, etc.,
Although forbidden inthe pure food GRAND GALA WEEK
and drugs law. The bulletin cites 27
business places in different parts of
the state where it has been found it
r is used, and steps have been taken
I, ;: to protect the public health by prosecuting
those who use saccharin as a
substitute for sugar In foods and beverages. .
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.i, MUSIC SONG and MIRTH

J THE WORM TURNS ,

, ; : ''e That long-suffering, wight, the ultimate !
., consumer, after having suffered OTIS L. SMITH'SUNITED I

..rr from the high: prices inflicted upon
,h
;" him by profiteers and striking union
i men at last found it necessary to
: strike, too, and his strike against buy.
ing any more than what was absolutely SHOWSAuspices
necessary did what no other
agency could do. It brought down
prices of almost every commodity, for
where there are no buyers there can
be no high\ prices. While certain other -
things: contributed to bring down : Starke Military Company
&. prices, the unwillingness to buy while
io they were so high, was the most pot
I ent. The heights from which they '
have tumbled shows to a certainty
the outrageous profits formerly i
charged.: The public has now found ONE WEEK COMMENCINGMONDAY
out that there Is no scarcity of raw
, material, nor of men\ to manufacture
\ it, so that any attempt to again raise

,1 \I prices will be abortive.
; The strike of the ultimate consumer .
has caused the closing of several NOV.
1 large textile factories on account of
lack of orders, and it is said that there .
are a million and a half of union men ,
'i idle. This is poetic justice-the biter
bit, and while we hope that this state
K S of things: will not last long, we know

i r? that it will open the eyes of those ,. ,
who have hitherto been blind to everything I I" "
.-1; except their profits.

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IIKOMO QUININE: (Tnh>ila) "..nlk'n. .,:' '.', .
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I feel Just fine, eat and sleep,

, my skin and la clear sure and feel I havegained that a ,:

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_. nltADFORD COUNTY TELEGllArll. STARKE. FLORIDA.
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I Nov. 19.-Mrs. Carnie Mi- R4
Bits of LocalInformation kcl, of Lake City, was the guest of her New

I !!|I thin parents week.! Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dowling, i Records on Sale Nov. 20th

., 111IInd Mrs. Oad Dobbs and children -

i visited her parent, Mr. and Mrs.
M. II. Hurst Sunday and Monday.
Q.....+shOw fr fl. .. ]tua+.al ... I j I Albert Kirkland of Glen ,
II
I St. Marys
... S +e
.-. b 11M C'._. ..., T_ visited his uncle
t George Hurst, last
j Monday. .

'. .- -., I Miss Susie Hurst was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse'Inlng of Lake
To prevent a cold lake 666. cottage just north of the depot on i Cutler last week. Hear these

Tenth etieet. Her own residence is
H| Mrs. Emma and '
FloYd
daughter
Gun shells at Kicgliter'e. I t. for sale or rent. Miss Medic I .
| of Lake Butler, visited
Mrs.\ Emily Hurst and daughter last --- j
J. W. Andrews, Jr.'of Whitehouse, The Ladies Aid of the Baptist Sunday. I 1" .
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hag been in Starke during the week church will have a call meeting next: I A beautiful home "-
wedding solemnized
Tuesday.afternoon at 3 o'clock at the j was at
Sunday .
evening
at the home
H. C. Richard went to Palatka on residence, of Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. ,' of Mr.\ and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts when i 1

Monday to attend to business. I, Miss Callie Dobson and Mr. Willie ;

I Miss Bertha Moore spent last week i:1| Bryan were united in marriage. The i
Fruit cake, 65 cents a pound at in Jacksonville .and while there had bride was beautiful in her neat suit Y'1 Our

Tuincr's .Bakery. 11-19-tf. I the pleasure of hearing Billy Sunday of navy blue taffeta. The groom wore Store I.
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preach. j ;
a suit of dark blue serge. Their
John Sapp, of Sapp, had business : friends wish them much many

in Starke the first of the week. Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter returned -'I through life. Those attending happiness from 9h 1 -

Monday afternoon from Orlan-i i this place were, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Capt. R. C. Heiberger. of Brooklyn, do, where they visited at the home of Johnson and daughters Misses Mae 1

was in town Monday, her son, E. M. Thomas, and also. and Agnes Johnson, Misses Susie and
tended the U. C. V. reunion. Nita Hurst Miss Gertrude Denmark. .
60 cents cash for eggs at Kickliter'tfG6 at-//
Tom Mann, of Miami, was a visitor POPULAR SONGS

breaks a cold quicker than Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism, to this section Sunday. A2997-The Japanese Sandman. I ,
any; Nora
know.- Neuralgia, Sprains. 2-11-21 I I Mrs. Jesse Vining, of Lake Butler I You Unyes.
remedy we 2-1! "'AII ,...11.." .I.a ,. .._..._ _, L__ L__
Professor E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Lewis Yarborough, of Kockmount, '! er.- West' Green's children' Tu"s.t: :; I as You Were at Sweet Sixteen.! Nora Bayes. ,

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Geneva, was in town Monday. N. C., who has been spending two ,I evening. A2995-Avalon from "Sinbad." AI Jolson. r r

weeks with his uncle, C. N. Shaw, of Messrs. Marshall and Clarence Old Pal, Why Don't You Answer ,

Hon. I. W. Pinholster, Sr., of Brooker Brooker, was in Starke Wednesday I Dobbs visited in this section Sunday Mel Henry Burr. V VA2989
was in Starke Friday. afternoon en route to his home. afternoon. A3305 ,
I, -I Want to Know Where Tosti, Went -
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Headquarters for seed oats, Rape "Yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, When He Said Good-llye. Bert Williams. ; ', ,..

[ and rye. Kickliter's.6C6 Mrs. W. E. Middleton entertained 1921 Auto Tags Get Up. Bert Williams.

ladies of the Methodist church who A3303-Jinga-Dula..Jing..Jing.

quickly relieves a cold.T. are sewing for their annual bazaar, Frank Crumit.

which'will take place tm the 10th of Now Ready Nobody to Love. Frank Crumit. ',a

I Wednesday.Seal. J. Terry. of Lawtey, was in town next month. A3300-I Sweet Told Mama You So.(Papa's Getting Mad) Marion Harris.

Powell & Powell do not intend Marion Harris. "
that For the convenience
of the A3302 *
your mall with the Stamp of next season shall find them short of applications for registrations of public -Driftin Along: on a Blue Lagoon. Campbell' and Burr. .
i Health to motor On Miami
Tuberculosis Christmas cups catch the Shore.
gum. Besides a vehicles for the
1921 Campbell'
fi Seals. large year MAY HE and Burr. ,
quantity already on hand at the FILED NOW, if accompanied by
depot, they received and unloaded mittance. THE[ 1921 TAGS WILL BE re. DANCE RECORDS .
( I .
three carloads last u/nolr. SENT OUT ABOUT A3301 e.,
TilE .iwtnni. w -Whispering_Fox
New -- --- --- Trot.
Syrup barrels at J. F. Kick OF DECEMBER for Art llickimm'H Orchestra.

iter's. It his Dr. A. II. Freeman has moved all filed up to that time;,all and applications thereafteras / If a Wish Could Make it So. Art Hickman's Orchestra.

office furniture and' apparatus to fast A3304rJe Ne Sais Pa Pa
as applications in correct form -Song-Pox Trot The
A few doses Jacksonville Happy
666 break a cold. and has opened an office reach this office. My Little Bimbo Down Six.
at 1524 Laura on the
street.
His
attainments
Before mailing Bamboo
Roper Wells of Jacksonville,, brcet- as a physician and surgeon will please see that all questions your application Isle. The Happy Six.
Jed his many friends here the latter, soon, we are sure, build up a lucrative and are answered A2998-Fair One-Fox Trot. t
your name and address Is Ted
part of last week. practice for him. printed Gypsy Moon-Fox Lewis Jazz Band.
or written plainly to avoid Trot. Ted Lewis Jazz Band.

P E. Canova shipped a valuable Mrs. J. M. Tatum and family have cute errors.the The application law requires before you to exe- A2999-That MoanJn' Melody-Fox Trot. Paul Biese Trio. ..

oung setter dog to Macon, Ga., Fri moved to their home in Jacksonville, public or some officer using a a notary seal. Hose of Babylon-Fox Trot. Paul Biese' Trio. i I i .
ay which is situated at 764 Lemon Street Tags A2994- .,
The cannot be issued until a duly executed Think of Me Little DaddY-One '
good wishes of their Starke application Wilbur Sweatman's Jazz
is filed in this office. Step. Band.
Miss Doris Scott the week friends go with them in their
Blanks
Ind in spent lome.People's. new may be secured from banks, "Dut"-Fox Trot.
Jacksonville and while there justice of the Wilbur *
peace, notaries public, Sweatman'a Jazz Band. t
'as the guest of Miss Helia A6168
More. Hawaiian m
and -
county officer! or the comptroller. Twilight, Waltz. Columbia
-Grocery has just bought EIINEST On Pensacola
Mrs. Mattie Williamson, of Hamp- 100: barrels beet self rising flour made .. State ComptrollerTallahassee AMOS BaY-Medley Waltz. Columbia .. ,

on, spent the past week at the home direct from mills, and we want you Florida. ; '
f Mr and Mrs. R. R. Wynn. to try what we call "Good Flour" at '-J 9-2t, SMYPIIONY SER IES RECORDS

I SO tents per 24 pound sack less than 49869. -Kiss Me Again. 1

Mrs, Angle Sternburg left Wednes. you have been paying for ( OPMnf' TtelaM cUU TMfcrMtores 40734-Aida_O Terra rosa Ponselle.!
ay for Jacksonville, where she will grades. 'heapeI'I I Addio. Rosa Ponselle
I and
isit relatives. vitality ana enemy by parlfytaf end '> 79373-Holy Night Peaceful Charles Hackett.'
rlcblntf the blind. You can soon feel W StreDI.a Night
Prof. and Mrs W. II. Barry, of ".1.... Invlliiralluit err...... PriceA Ma (Silent Night, Hallowed'
To break a cold take one./ 2.11 Plainfield./ .Mass., who have formerly Night) Jeanne Gordon.
spent their winters at St. 2990-Roses of Memory. ,
Petersburg, CLEAR Barbara .'
Frank Chase, who is employed in have decided to try Starke for the SICIN Dreaming Alone in the Twilight Maurel.

liicksonville, came down and spent coming' winter and have rooms with I Women do not have to patronIze! 79114-Lullaby. Barbara Maurel.

nc weekend with his wife. street.Mr. and Mrs L. II, Eastman on Call I the beauty parlor-for if their skin A 6169 Hulda Lashanskn.
-Nazareth.
j Auto tops and auto painting. M. is disfigurod with pimples andblotches The Voice of, the Chimes. Oscar Seagle and Columbia Quartette.

eviton, Starke. 1119tf. LONG RIIDGELong I A6167--Faust Oscar Seagle and Columbia Quartette.

and. their Selections-Part I.
| Miss Lucy Perry, of Raiford, at. Bridge, Nov. 19.-Among ri a4=;,i, blood is in Faust SelectionsPart II. Metropolitan Opera House Quartette.
nded the Armistice those who attended a 78777' = _. Metropolitan Opera House
Day sing! at the prayer meeting Polish Dance. Quartette.
aptist church last Thursday and was Saturday night at the home of Mrs. disordertheyshould ToHcha Seidel.
lie guest( of Miss Doris Scott. S. M. Johns were Fronie Rivers, Mael -That Naughty Waltz. IJ

> Crows, Ethan Sapp, Pierce Crews, 1 obtain at; Your Eyes Have Told Me Eddy l Brown, Violin Solo.

Miss Sallie McCormick, of Live Oak Rebecca Browning, Mary Addison, of f I the drug So. Eddy Brown, Violin Solo. '
J 's the guest of Mrs. W. B. Harvard Raiford. } I store thai VOCAL

gr several days of this week, returng Pierce Crews and Smith Johns were I wonderfulblood A2993-Ye RECORDS

home Wednesday.Go business Visitors to Starke Saturday tonia Olden Yuletide Hymns-Part I
Columbia
and Monday. Ye Olden Yuletide Stellar Quartette.
Hymns
and } Part
alterative II
| to Turner's bakery for cream Fronie Rivers was a visitor to Rui- A2992-Meet Me Columbia Stellar Quartette. t
lead, 10 of Dr. on de Golden
15 and 20 ford Monday. Shore.
cent loaves ev- Harry C.
day. 1119tf. Smith Johns and Miss Rebecca 1 Plerce's Keep Those Golden Gates Wide Browne and Peerless Quartette.

.... Branncn were quietly married Mon which heVlllnlis { Open.

The following Starke people- went day afternoon at 4:30:: with only a few : ra 't. placed be- A2 1991-Uacle Josh at the Harry C. Browne und Peerless Quartette.
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1 Dentist's.
Jacksonville Thursday: Mr. and .relatives' and friends present. The tom the Uncle Josh and Cal Stewart and Harry C.
Browne.
ft. J. Uglow, Mrs. N. Sternberg,, nappy couple will live in this sec at fifty- .vell.r- ---- -RU'n-._ Up the Aunt Nancy Put

|rry Dover, Freeman Register. happiness.tion and we wish them a long life of t MACON, GA.-"I might say I Kitchen'''Stove. Cal Stewart and Ada Jones/1 ''D. q

raised my family .n Dr. Fierce' "INSTRUMENT
E. Frier, of White Springs has I Jim Adkins was a business visitor Golden Medical AL RECORDS
fled a shop for the shoes to Raiford Monday Discovery. It is A2996-Children's
repair of the best medicine I have Toy March.
[ness, etc,, in the Odd Fellows Pierce Crews spent Monday afternoon coughs. I always known for Children's Symphony. Prince's Orchestra.
T'dmg' give it to
and will in Raiford my Prince's
on business.
fronage.'t appreciate your Inez Brannen attended the children and it not only helped the A3101: -The Music Box. Orchestra. _
wedding cough but
of Mr. Smith Johns and Miss Rebecca whenever any gave of them the strength! rest of and the Dialog for -Four-Oboe, Clarinet, Columbia Miniature Orchestra. "
a trial Brannen.
bag flour Horn
from People's j family had a bad cough I would and Flute.
iery, the kind that is always Bollar Sapp, of Watertown, spent give them 'Golden Medical Discov A3102:! Etude Columbia Miniature Orchestra.
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and good always. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd cry/ too. I had the influenza, and -Opus 424 No. 3 (Bchr). Columbia Miniature
Clark. Waltz in E Orchestra.
Flat
it left me with a bad (Schubert) and
cough: and
|Irs Grace Ford and Miss Carrie E. R. Poppell and family, of Starke, otherwise run-down. I took Waltz No. 5 (Koschat).
<>w a Columbia
arrived last week from North passed through our section Saturday. couple of bottles of Golden Medical Miniature Orchestra.

"<'". Mich., and will spend th L, Alton Green" and Buddy George f Discovery and it rid me of the NOVELTY RECORD
t..r
with Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- Starke, passed through here Sunday cough and built me up in health. K4772-The Chimes-Fox .*,U" .
enroute to Lake Butler. I Golden Medical Discovery' is the Trot. Columbia Spanish
Three
Bill Rivers Is much improved at this best medicine I have ever used in O'clock in the Morning Columbia Spanish Band
r. and Mrs. W. B. Harvard and writing. my family to purify the blood and Orchestra.CONSUMER'S i

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visiting relatives and attending attending to business in Starke Satur. tem."-MBS.' J. W. MaUtCER, NO.sys LUMBER
fair
I I day. 2140 Second Street COMPANY

Lloyd Clark and George Tcstone, ,
Ji'b-My-Tism' cures bruises, cut a. spent Saturday in Starke NOTICE TO DKUTOKS: -'-' iI I ...
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'j'l.jiores, tetter, etc 2-11-21 I Arrie Brown, of fsampson City, I -.----- -.- _. --. ._ '- I
1 IC J was in our burg one day last week.aauepuate .- I wish to say to those who owe me see all' of you. I will retain these I' J7'tlon.
M- for accounts .
Mitchell MMM MMAH practice done
i spent Tuesday V- for them prior to for "
a short !
t'I 'III'Wednesday*! of last week in Jack I ut 9JiM'ldoad poop[ my entry into the army service, orsince who wish may cither time remit so that to me those di I n2"XS II..TEa.; ,'?%.Laura. Street- '"'-"""".,. 'I I h.

"" visiting hoard friends, and while. f in unit 9Ag-vfjo\ lane ajntjM{ 'lIaM([ }sag my return to civil ]life, that I rect or leave at tho Hank of Stark .
Billy "Sunday ''preach. nay{; pazltatasiuya{ ?lIaWi)!;)X9 jonsn would prefer! to settle with you per. to be placed to my credit. At the '

r J T -un jo auaas ':lJ1IJund"{ () Mopq{ I9IUJ! sonally, but owing to my removal to proper time I will place my account
Wills has moved to the tyRia{ noqu 'pu911 leg ty 'iUn)nJ: aeon6.lan ; Jacknonvillc it will be impossible to in the hands of attorney" for col lee-

""Cold ay{) ul| uojDnpoad[ M0sq|[ { pad J. R.
In the Head" -xa : DAVIS & CO.Not
acute attack day{) 0J9U.W{ :5)TtunjOfi) jo At>!3 aqj{ .
e of Nasal Catarrh weal saw[! JqSia-A'jua.tt:
'inject' to frequent { } inoqos pateou{
"cold
I ItKH wt ; find that the use o' HALL In the 8 [ |IIU\| eonjg; sqxjfjunoa{ : ; UrjBA\( [ ul GENERAL '

. .:".MEh&tINn".".. &the Blond; will build up thi' 8(1a4OM( SJ\I\ flays! { ul) pappnda' '03: jeqj { INSURANCE Simply an Insurance Agency but one of

1 1 II, tbl" to ". l III. Repeated und rends at tugag J1I1S 8wo11I1lJO{ {:{ uaqM{ 'Sup Bradford County's oldest business

.1 ,'r"h. Catarrh they load t., .lioN '18undal! JB pus 9,->nag JB acrid! HAROLD'C.WALL ,. J" \..

r'm'I) ...ATARHH' aft:nICTNF ,It :roo{ ) 4saarlu{ lun nan ;o )uaAa uY' ,'," ,,:\.. Institutions. tI

inn I.1S.7.. Mu.u.i'y and art, through ti.. STARKE FLORIDA ,.. .
8urfur
r.dh' In. of the S".- Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day -
the '"""mratttlon and I STARKE ;,
5liIL.roal, condliloim. DriuUlM rrfund immrr If PAZO OINTMENT fall. r' FIRE LIFE FLORIDA
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hnl"I' Clreul.' .. ta lichln >
tr. can ; Blind 3 cdln k Co.. Toledo Ohio. ,?!nr.ntlv rvilvve, ,luMnjt: l-Me, and Yen r..11' 1 4 1-I i
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Ii' trade Is that four nice hogs to market.
WHY !SHOES ARE GETTING complaint: of many in the
CHEAPER there is danger of real facts being obscured Thomas, Archibald J., of Starke.I]I II II. U. May is busy grinding l.8'ne

by daily newspaper writers not Dekle. Thos. I'.., of Lake Butler I' this week.
conversant with the Intricacies of the -------. I P. M Geiger ia having some necessary -

The t'E'areaHon why shoes are goIng /: bWiness, and even spokesmen for certain IHKHESSA work done on his dwelling, iecently -
down is the very simple one that branches confuse the general I purchased, from R. M. King.
consumers will not buy them exceptat by contradictory statements. Thercasa, Nov. 19.- lrI. T. B.Triost Last week was moving week here.

lower prices, we read, in Dun's review public .--_ ._- left Sunday for Larkins, where Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Younjrblood mov- twv
In the opinion of the writer in I the will spend a few days with her Il'd from the Clifford house to the rrIvD

thi financial weekly the continued Vt I FOIL IXfHm'lCEms daughter, Mrs. Annie Murphy ,,\ Batten houhe, Mrs. S. B. Wood-

comments and featured articles in the Mr. Norton of Clearwater spent ard and children moved into the house

S daily press' cnn'rrninlthe/: doprest Splendid opportunities for free educational Thursday here with his parents, :.Mr. : 1''cl'nt1y'acatcd by Mr. and :Mrs.-C.

4 a conditions prevailing in hide and advantages have been given and Mrs.' Hugh/: Norton.Mr. A. Youncblood, and Mr. and Mrs II.

+ leather are very influential in bring ex-service men by the V. M. C. A. and Mrs. W. F. Wallace were Norton moved into the house vacated ,

ing down retail shoe prices, and although since January," is the announcementmade shopping in Staike Saturday. by Mrs. Woodard. Mr. Norton recently !'' I i iI iI I

/: reductions are as yet by no by the state office of that or- I Charlie Phillips, of New River I I bought: the place from Mr. Wood- j

means general/: it is evident that the ganzalion. The national war work spent a few days last week here with I ard and expects to make that his future I

decline in footwear prices which has council appropriated three million dollars his mother,'Mrs. John Phillips. I home. i

been pending for many months has at of the funds raised for educational Mr. and Mrs. 1) W. Moore and children -! 1'. :M. Geiger was a visitor over to

}i least IItart<'d." To quote further work overseas, but which could spent. Sunday at Hampton with Hampton Thursday 'i11"I
+
i "At a recent meeting of the Waster not lie used because of demobilization relatives.Mr. I Mr and, Mrs. L. W. Baylor and

Association of Shoe Wholesaler for free scholarships to the men at : and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, dauJtht, <'r. Ella and Sister, Miss Viola

held in St. Louis, it was estimated home. 449 ex-soldiers, sailors and I''I were guests Sunday at the home of I Haylor of Brooklyn were among I I
,
that shoe prices, in general had declined marines of Florida have already been her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Pad- those<< who attended church here Sunday

: on an average about :35/ percent assisted by scholarships totalling; $2S,- : night i \
i since last may. The prediction :J7! .R2. $7,211.00 was given for collegiate irett.Miss Edith Collins, of New River II Ilev: J. D. Crews preached n sermon ,

\\w was also made that continued recessions scholarships, $13,174.H2( for spent the week-end at Lakeside with at Brooklyn Sunday afternoon. I .,.,.. -''- I
would occur. The above estimateof courses in high: schools academies, or her parents: Mr. and'] Mrs.. J. JI| Col \

the decline in footwear agrees with technical I and grammar: schools of less 'I tins FIn: MIKE :
about /.11othn\ reports) from the retail than collegiate rank and $7'J)0.00! !) for II. E. Moorer was trammc'ting busi I' lt'3w' _. -h C' 1 I I1. i

i .. ':tt trade, as most lines that were priced correspondence conroes.Scholarshlpi fleas' in Starkc Saturday I IlUv. Five Mile, Nov. 19.-Mrs. P. P. ]fekit1 /-,_--tvlltna[ >r-< -' ......,nz-++o- -

r t 1' at $1H are now Belling at around $11 were not limited to ( J. 1J. Clews, of New River, I i ipnarhcd nnd son, Marcus, were shopping I \ -:;.,. .. _;'--- I.II
and $12, and $15 lines at around $9.50 Florida school. but were given to the at the Christian church Sun-|I in Worthington Tuesday. '... -:. I.-\:

to .$10. More rn 'dium. raclo shoes riotiiln men who are in schools scattered 1 day morning and evening. I I Mr. and Mrs.\ Hill Stewart, of Lake ;
also down from $12 to imiund $ft, 1 Hugh Norton was a visitor tu'!' :
are nil over the South, North and Butler W r and $10 lines to $fI.r.O to $7. Eni>t. To those who cannot leave home Hampton Thursday Barbara Dukes r'-jr........

It is apparent from the present restriction and desire to improve themselves educationally 1 John Hull, of Waldo, spent Sunday I Prof and Mm. L. G. Kutc-h were I '' 'r
here with his Mr. and Mr... I \if
( parents
. of consuming demand that exceptionally strong correspondence guests. of Rev. and !Mrs Joyner Saturday I
the general public in not satisfied with courses, are being! given I( :\1. Hall. land Sunday.Mr -11'1-\ JI\I lid I t

such reductions as have so far linen revering( such subject as agricultural j 1 I !Miles fiows, of New River spent I and !Mrs. K. H. Andreu Sr., of I :\ I

made, and after reading in newspaper arid rural engineering architecture, : Saturday(." und Sunday here with rela- ''BI'okl'r11sR! Marshall Proctor, of i ; I ,

j ? of rawhides and skins selling at civil engineering/ (commerce m"chan- f Lives and friends. I Luke, Duller and Mrs D. I. Illume I; ; c
.j )below.prewar levels, conHumers fall\ icu mathematics, electricity, radio telegraphy -i I I' W. Moore was a visitor to the f
i I were" frupsts< of !Mr. :and :Mrs. P. P. 1 1e-I Ikle
t 'r. M' to fee!! why any higher rates!! than i i science, English history, county seat Saturday afternoon. Sunday. I IRnwun
those, of 113!* and 1014 should becharged |, literature, health and hygiene, bookkeeping !' The remains of Mrs. Gnnnn of NewYork
I Johnson Is ill and, I FiftlAvenue
critically .
; for footwear. Shoe retailers > accounting, salesmanship Tampa, wore laid to rent at MtRaeoemftery
( Tuesday of last week. She It i is thought he will hove to be 'iir- ** fc *A 1 *
ll fire nuturnlly tllo v to clean out their advertising.\ One hundred sixty dif- *
Mv. nurpluB\ stocks at a material loss, but forcnt courses in those lines are listed '. loaves to mourn her untimely duath, rod to Jacksonville for tieatment }
the contention is made in hide and In the home study catalogue of the her' husband and six children, beside Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson wen

leather\ circles, and by shoo mnnufai- Y. lC.. A., from which the ex-service a host of relatives and frlewli. Their; visitors to Luke Butler Saturday. 20cigarettes15I
A laughter born to Mr. and
1 tuna*. well, that until) this liquidation men may make a selection. many friends deeply sympathize with wan
the bereaved tries in their loss. Mrs.! B. F.(5ainey, Nov. ilth. i
k 4 occurs among retailers, and a Any soldier sailor or marine, who I
Obi'e
Mrs. Stokes of Guilford
S, Woodtii'd! of Orlando : wa l
spent '
fresh -
.start l is made on 11 new hauls -
has honoiiiblo discharge Is eligibleto I I
an
F.I
the of her Mrs. 13.
daughter
guest ,
Sunday and Monday here with hm
l ; the entire allied industry cannot hope apply for a free scholarship. Catalogues -
t for any real revival of business. appliN.tlnlblanks and information family. Gainoy Sunday. .
-- --
; Johnni. Williamson, of Hampton Sam Thomas is visiting hm parents -
During the boom of last year some are obtainable from the Florida -
Mr. and :1ra1 1, J. Thomas. \ ,,' to Law y Sunday. te '"lance.
,
here with friends.
of the newspapers of the country were State Y. M. C. A., Jacksonville. spent Sunday oarloai. I
publishing all kinds of predictions as Only a hinnll balance of Flot Ida's fund Rev. C J. liruner, of Lake City :Mrs. Am"ndGainey, is suffering Mrs. J. T. !Moore and :Mis. J. D. A. !M. Blanchard shipped Jacksonville a thl-

f to how high in price shorn were, likely Is unassigned which indicates the np- will fill his regular appointment ut I from the effects of a fall a few days Randall: were visitors to Jacksonville! week.of sugar cane to
to which the Baptist church Saturday and Sun ago. No hones were broken but she Saturday.Mrs. .
go, prompted many consumer picciation: of the soldiers for these op- I
,f a to buy more footwear than their portunitles da)'. Everybody cordially invited to waR severely bruised. Louis Bitch, of Ilaiford, was The tow i election passed vci-.v; quietly
immediate wants required, just as the l The committee on scholarships for attend. !Mr. and Mrs Oscar Rimes were the guest of Mrs. W. M. Redding lust Monday. The friends of the contestants

published articles arc now causingconsumers Bradford county Is as follows: C. A. Several of our citizens were on the I shopping in Dukes Friday. Wednesday. worked faithfully. The vote
t Roland Thomas of Miller !Mrs. ,
to refrain from, purchasing. !Knight chairman, 1>. E. I Knight: andE. sick list last we<,k.Ve are glad to W. II. Edwards was a visitor to follows:
So long as old shoes can bo tapped S. Matthews, all of Staike. report all very much improved at this ]Herndon and son, Hudson, were business Jacksonville first of the week. For ma 'ol'-'V. E. Torodc. 41 ; C

or otherwise renovated, the new, 1 Scholarships have been granted) to writing. visitors here Saturday.L A. II. Harley was ransRl'tinlbusi./: It. Sapp. :37.Marshal .

"k pair remains in the retailer' store the following man in this county: Klbeit: and Hill Gnann, of Tampa I Lake, S. Pekle and Nelson business Pekle, of ness in Hampton and Palatka the first : and 'olle'tor-E. E Bur i
Duller
Whether or not the public has!! a sufficient Lungford Maurice O.. of Lake Dutler. spent a day or two here last week with here east week., were visitors of the week. ney, :80 J!); E. :M. Futch 3; V. R. Red
reserve to outlast the patience I relatives.A ,
t Rev. in.. Boyer filled his appointment I dish 37.AIdl'I'm,11.
I U. J. Thomas is
busy grinding .
of the shoe dealers remains to be seen. Howling, Fred J., of Luke Rutler. much needed rain fell hero 18,1 i cane.Howard
I j at the Melrose Uaptixt church ((3): -A. M. Blanchard,
the eldest son of Mr. and
While the'! buying public l is, of course, Rivers, Robt. F.. of Lake Dutler. Thursday: .
IHI(! Dr. G. W. Brown G2 A. H. Harley
Mrs.' H F. Gainey l is on the sick list Sunday. ; ;
9 entitled to know conditions existingIn : Hewitt Thos. M., of Lake Itutler.Loadholtz W T. Wallace made a bun'mcis tripto thin week. Miss Wilmer Blanchard 1 has accepted 61.C1Nk.
the )shoe and leather industry, the Julian M. of Lake But Wnldo Friday afternoon, carryingi I
Marcus Dekle and Math Pukes were the position as teacher of the Heili and Assessor-L. 1//. Hill. 05Geo.

.- .- visitors to lirooker one evening last. bronn i I' Springs school, and left Monday II. Beavers left for Enid Okla..
wct'k. to begin tho term. where he will reside, ; for the next fewi

1 FAIR\ '" | The youngest: chid! of !Mr. and :Mrs 1 E. E. Burney was a visitor to Jacksonville I month ;
*
3r' lfi i Will !Papp was buried! at Sapp cemoI first of the week, - -_ -.-- --
4 te ii.. eery Monday. We extend our sympa- I J. W. Uiirber was a visitor to Jacksonville
I No Voi ms In u Healthy Chllo
| t1 .' in, the bcrjnved parents Sunday I
I All children troubled with worms have on ur
5gi C'. O Carroll ]net his bam a pair Alex Howe, of Gainesville was the i, healthy" color. whet lutltcates poor blood and ai
of. nodes, !ten meat hogs, about three guest Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs A. A. rule, there In morn or I"*. stomach dlanirt
GROVE'S ASTL1.KSS chill TONIC given r* i if
hundred I hnrrelfl of corn and quite a Smith. ,
I f fur two or throe weeks. will enrich the l>luuj '
let" of funning implement by fire one ,Everett Bennelli of Highland wasa j prove tint dltleaUui, and act"ft*a General Sir
SI : n-,-ht last scab.! visitor to Lawtey Sunday. !I eMinrt Tonic to thA whale,' system. Nature WL'
1 IVE STOCMI KSOW-' AGRICULTURE )Most of farmers tl>row otter dispel. 'the wi>,in*,and the.Child w
I our arc busy digging Osuie Prevatt of Jacksonville, spent .r .wrtcct iit'oltti FUirt, ,.irit ttt take, eec "
t up their seed rune this week Sunday with his mother Mrs1 R. M. I .
It. L Duke has ftnlshod butchering Prcvfltt.
S 'rho South's LJosfc Useful State Fair yL I USE "DIAMOND !r' t
j hof-t and carried" his meat to the cold :Mike Futch of Jacksonville, spent

No effort will be spared to make the fourth Florida State Fair and i I 4 turn go at Lake Hutler. Sunday and :Monday here to look after ----- I
i II. Dow'ling, of Lake Butler, was the ,. ,
I his candidacy for the office of Dje right!
Exposition: the most notable show of the kind ever held in tho state and It his ,
W r-uest of daughter Mrs. C. L. Duke' marshal in the town election which ti>rii I. I latch: pin' ' ,
will rank with the greatest expositions of the South. .;1 Ila t week. wag held Monday.One mend Djcs" ,,'intiona ,' .

Each of tho more progressive: Florida counties will participate and the rvlM I Marcus Deklr visited relatives! inI of the most enjoyable affair- woman BO can.iml.lp tluini| <' I.," .'\
I Lake Butler '
'; and Sunday and Monday. of the season wax an oyster suppoi; at fadi-lo. i c fI)
rich
r tate, nnd Federal governments will lond their assistance! in interesting I Math Dukes and Mr, and :Mrs Hill new
the Masonic hall Thursday. ev"nina old garment, di.ieriiiL's 'Pl"t 0'' ,
instructing with most extensive exhibits. Tho ust'al Fair attractions will r | Stewart rf T nice Butler, had a nm'I'owI immediately after the regular convnration !,! rvorvthii'ool ', .IY

be offered in enlarged and refined form, giving a show of intense appeal tot I wraps. from d"ath Vuturday (evening. when the members of I he local \\- .silk bu"1 r t ?

., the people) of Florida and visitors within the hospitable borders of the state |:, from:Mr. Dukes Lake and Butler party when were they returning were: where lodge<<'1 their repaired families to the had lower assembledfor floor mixed Buy pood"Diamond.. fl'. A

run Into by a err drKen by !M. L.Colson other Wind-Hun p.tdts
r the occasion.' :The men did the are guar. utr! '
j of Alaehua. Mr. Colson wan Nerving tuvl inc evening was pont vou have never ,!I'
i iiinninr' without light at hitch speed in eating good things and in sons. .. JiruRglHt' has -l M, , '
when tho accident occurred All thoi conversation. There was a large at Color aril'' i
i iupiin of the bupurv! : were thrown
> ..or. th" buggy badly damaged and the -

}hors cut about th. for,' legs.! Mr. fl K

Si"t "\'it wall t tlm wn nto the 1 radiator
,
and, shoot the hllndMr,. Dukes .
v J v ) ro a f \\'a', IadlI I i ; ,'d l aluut' the $houlI TTENTON
(!,IMnnrl! 'I', i :M"s.! Stewart !

"on"irltI'nlol "i h'uned.: ';
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I. \\II': LAND OWNERSTlie

A>ricuU All tmrauw ft the UnlU-d I .. DI''m-.t New modrlfl p",1 I into Imp."" '"a, r.rn in i ...in ,litem... '-.
'vt, h tunl of Avrl! ultmo Kill fo..Uirr r.hlhl' .. ..I ." nt It. r rant, liuun.1. uu. niti l",.., nubile, trui ke Mlvvitiiil :0'' 1 awtivv. Nov 'u>I. ,tGodwin\
KtllUrita \ .
iUii'nitrmiil viUto Counties conununU i u .1! and tieliv.'ry i'*r will Btve lti 'rrtror t jurTrucka "!
t ImlivitUru\ :1. will| have dUplaya of tuure than 0", *.i'ia mtttiy valualilo. tutlfituli iu tin\ mlttitionf \va- It'I, i i .....I ae, 'it. of f didlr muuir. .u.ulpuivnt.ITW .t run, "* of 1 rant wil' iK'J.I. E. A. Strout Farm Agency is now preparing a

tndiwtrrI'oullry will lie .luva in of ..attl.liur, , .. and show tm) mlvaii _d..e liiw made andCheep J
twit *" i .n. your ct t ,! ,. ',' -:* it't, f : neveralHI
nvo
and July CONVII that wll1 sewn. the .y.' nf World faaov., laitilA, u Urtrur mil lirltrr midAmmo.. w \ ; last Catalogue issued some time ago soon after the inaitp-
1 tbelMiwe ....II Uuyreu even our .home lolka.Rvhltilta . as)'. free ..... and every typo ot loan ..Itr&eJ menutiiin ILL ". ,!IvW
1 J will be luovldeii to ........ and ent.rWla r ii'- ,, ." ,Jot' ". .'I-! ,: \sna i\ ration of the Starke Branch was local and rather incomplete -

+ and 'swUe will' from rival prultrymnn In rictont ot thorn tMs':at in u.I' .;.llifr: ".-t 'j,,_ Florida. Stale Pair and Cxpnattlon In Itteee VarltdoeparUiioiita 3I but the one under conlomplatinn will\ show a lai\(e '
I rN al.ck Irapvrtani{ r.wnitwn. In the itinlry. KobbltnBayi' will haw inm.' i-tUUm\ that will IntluUrire
;
I d, and i<*t deck will not txi. _1..1.. .... tnaurc excellent ahowlnim in ..1tho\ varknu ""auolL.' number (farms for sale as well as pictures of growing I' !
sellrtlev! Hummed I vaf under th.ju clauiOcatlonji.' Work ASPIRINen
buildings etc. showing good results of farming.
1 :anilClrli JBxhlbHa of (nrrMuuxt .rtuo.tlnn\ .l vales to.the law tarea are offered to Jm-kwrovUle" en all crops, ,
Aneelal 1.
.Club Work and clliba.hoya Dmiry and Calf.jtlrla Club Club' .*of.will Tunning Florlila.command Clulw..arw.Club... ..,..... Clift f.iru rH1n lilnral_. time and Ilwit{lioat will llnee etuib.a rrathinn vito.the.....Ky to and re- Hirtu All on 'I en HaveHa aM ( !If f you wish your farm listed: with us, write us at once yl
main\ for tranaaetlon ot Genuine
orer twisty or for Kallroadavlaltlnv ; "Bayer" on Also
and make complete possible.
1 .t \ frlenda.E your statements as as
Farm I'owrt bruins and hnprovwl ...... ,
methods| c( -
!t M..I".ry I"ar u.. labor. ahurt- In .',ilc.ll.ii-c will Hand t. .)r aeeeea to the Broun'.U. will be provided 1'ish.att I, make your price as low as you can, in order to insure sale.
t ..._pllllo.1. :K.w mends uud lat $Iml"o" few the exitlbltor .havlnu oarlota, of frelaht. InCIM"H.. '. [ 3 have
..10'0 men.III.. of value. ash IOU l. who Intara use, uuiitk, and Inexpensive ........ lo and f i>r Rail :3me of the prices given' in our first catalogue we
t I f. '
For further Information address B. K. ITanafnurtl, ''f Those who decide to list with us, who have any attractive 1,
Fl'l'retar Mild General; Manager, 211 iyul-Up<-hurch .
Bldg, Jacksonville, Flu. features on their farms, in the way of growing crops

{. buildings or scenery should let us know and we will bringa 1
\ Nine f
Days Filled With Amusement and Instruction
The
photographer there to take pictures for illustrations.

I Get Your Ticket to Jacksonville for the Fair same offer i is extended to those who have already listed

I with us.
Warning! Unions you IKW the name
"llaj-" on pa 'kagv or on tubKHj you We invite correspondence. All questions cheerFullyanswered.
Ire nut getting g" Min) Axpirin proriKJ -
-.' t>y phycirlana for twcntvona .
ears and proved wife by million 'rakeI
+ 1 pirin ..ilv a. told in tho haler "",*it.
ryi "t ab ; } ':go for <\Ji!.., INmbuJic KeuroJgia; E. A. Strout Farm Agency
:heslmatiim Earache, Tonthacho. Lum-
i i ,Mgo and for IVun. Handy tin boxwa o* G. M. INMAN, Manager
waive Bayer Ta.bI.tavo( Aspirin c wet tint
v .,'vnta. Doiftj-uiU also] sell larger puckAgM. :- STARKE. FLORIDA
1 Aa son in the trine marie: of
gUTpMOTIVES CA'$pNVt ENTERTAINMENT 'Bayer Mamifacture: of Dfotwaoetiosetd! ,

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.. --.- - : fort had been made to cut expenses in
-- -- other directions, other than the wagesof ( FARMEIUJROWN s ;a t

News of Florida in Short paragraphs. the employes. The statement also

...r.. .. .._...r.r. rOr'rrirrrrre rrrrrrsrr e) stated\ that the lumber market had Tin HOUSE; K.U'I,:
rNw slumped so much recently and the cost At 2 m. Saturday a big crowd bee ) ra
p
News : i of manufacture had arison .o that it r
i Live State manufacture gan to gather to at the colored schoolhouse rt
t .. cost $10 a thousand to where they found the bund of

.I tu..wwasw'.-''..' .6._,.._... _... _A.A.I&AAj lumber in excess of the prevailing horse traders, already camped., ready
market prices.A for any business, from preaching to ,
Our Exchanges.
Told by I
I j horll
- . : I tense dramatic situation arose at favorite running horse was being led Fc
'
-- -- I DcLand at the convening of the fall up and down the road, covered head s
The car steerage steamer Estada The coroner's inquest held over the I term of circuit court, when Judge Per- and ear with a tine horse blanket, package pT i
built for the Florida East Coast body of the negro found murdered in and
I'alm, ins refused to draw a grand jury reaching nearly to the ground.
railway\ was launched Saturday at I the Ocklockni-e river at Jackson Bluff instead instructed Sheriff Morris to Here comes Mr. Olcnon with his

Philadelphia bridge has established his identity at I summon jury from the body ,of the (crowd hading behind the wagon a .. before the war
1 Jack Fay, of Gadsden county. An examination county. his supposed that the grand nurse covered with a bed quilt. .
The county commissioners of Lake of the body showed that he- jury will have before it investigationof The horse trader began to laugh.
county unanimously approved a resolution had been shot before he was thrown I the letter said to have been writtenby Howdy, Mr. lloss Trader. Heady to 'M tI
providing for the employmentof into the river. His hands were tied II C Sparkman, editor of the Daytora runT I tt
an engineer to supervise and have behind his back by a necktie and a Journal, (Ifl'rinto/: deliver! two Yes; all ready
of all road work in that coun sack of sand was fastened around hisr.eck
charge thousand votes' to the white Republican Vcl, I brought some lime. We now I
ty. to .sink him in the water. party of Florida, said letter having make a line here across the road. Nowhere a package

been published in Volusia county i* a rod polo. We measure ofT S
Chief Milo Sherman of the Ft. Lauderdale I Blackened and burned, with her topmasts and being later denied by Sparkman, 40 times, then make another line during the *
warand
volunteer fire department received I gone, her house partly burned who states that he will\ appear before across road with lime; make 'em big 1
a check from the Standard Oil away, all inflammable parts of the the grand jury and demand an inves and plenty do my hose see when he fc-Sc
CST:; for $100 a gift to the departmentfor ship in ashes, and practically only the tigation.: The letter was published by gets there, so. I Trot be all right.
their services at the fire two weeks iron and steel framework of the up- those who were at the time fightingthe Now, who'll be Judges?
ago in the neighborhood of the comlan1 per works remaining the Italian ship election of Sheriff Morris, who One of my men will act as judge; A 1
plant. Etna, under her own steam arrivedat won by a majority of 205 votes then you pick a man; then them two a
Pensacola from Galveston, for the will
pick a man.
Loot in the woods foi Jays and sue purpose of undergoing repairs entailing Two negroes who were brothers engaged Dot be all right. I
cumbing either to hunger or exposure, an expenditure of approximately in a shooting scrape Sunday (t Here comes Farmer Brown and HeWitt I
half
million dollars.
or perhaps a combination of the two, a morning on the farm of Murmaduke C, Jones, 1'1I)11'k Fanner Brown 5aPackae NOW
was the fate of Richard Rhodes, a negro Dixon near Marianna, and one was Who will hold the money ?
Six hundred of I
and
sixty gallons
about sixty-five years old. The shot through the arm, )probably fa IieWitl C. Jones.
mash and about 100 of
body was found in a swamp three quarts liquor tally. Deputy McKane was called to All right; that suits! me. I I 1..
miles from Zephyrshill and was badly were found and destroyed by Fvdeialofficers. the scene of the trouble and approached Now, !Mr. Oleson what are the'
The still located in the
decomposed.Anew was the aggressor, calling upon him tosurrender. terms of this race? I I "':'
fork of the Styx and Perdido, rivers, .
Instead of complying with Vcl), you nee, we make a line herewith ,
highway bridge: across the on' government land and a white mane the request, the negro drew his pistol lime as you see, then we measure I J
the of Carroll arrested. ,
Suwannee river at White Springs on The) ofllcers name destroyed eleven was barrelsof and McUane fired' upon him. The shot I off 40 rods and make another line The Flavor Lasts JJ

state road No. 2 is to be built under mash and burned bar failed\ to take effect. The negro: then across the road, big and plenty, no my I
the supervision of the state road department 1'elswhich were found twenty-five on the premise raised his left arm and holding his hose! can see when he gets there. Now So Does the Price I
and bids for the construction es. pistol in his right hand took dellber- my boss, as I told this man, won't I
of this bridge aro to be openedat aet aim across his left arm at the run away off and leave any houses. lie

Tallahassee on Dec. 10th. Captain "' commanding the deputy. At this moment MrRane fired just wants to run just a little head
the other barrel of his shot gun, en- first. That's all he will do. If he is
It Is currently reported in railroad between steamer Carrabelle Crescent City and, Apalachicola plying daily I tirely severing the negro's !left arm faster than the other Less, he just

circles that the Louisville & Nashville has between the elbow and wrist The waits
a record which is equalled by few A+ .
railroad has purchased the Spaboardholdin skippers, for with the last week trip whole loud penetrated the cheat in the He won't have no time to wait.
s in North Florida and will he completed( his 10.fi1l0'o'al1e( () on region of the heart, ('auslninstllilt/: Now, Mr. HeWitt C. Jones, we leaveit I I C
have a continuous line from Jacksonville the steamer, coveting period) of 29 death. I to three men. We have picked two,
now they pick one. You and the boss
to New Orleans and from Pen years and some months During that f .I aye ,
sacola and New Orleans through; their, time he has never been dropped a day J, W. nans fifty-four, a guard at traders stand here to see jhem atari I
system to the great northwest. from the payrolls of the company operating the Georgia\ State Prison at Milledgcville fair. The boys will come up on a all i
the limit. and Junnita Weaver eighteen trot. When they get here you say j
Thursday afternoon a man was "Go." When the judges! come in then
years of age, a girl prisoner who ran
caught: peeping: about the girl's! toilet J. Asakiah Williams, shell fish commissioner I away from that institution about a you t.1ho\ gets the money.
at the Oak Grove school and when the Now we bet like this. If my hossdon't
announces that the closed 1 week ago: have been returned to that
principal and boy pupils got through: get over the other line headfirstI A.151
season on mullet will commence November prison. The girl is a pretty
very
with him he was brought to Wauchulain give him the hundred, dollars.\ If t I
: :20th! and continue in force in blonde, who was sentenced to serve a '
a truck to have his head sewed up all water east of the Suwannee rivera year in the )prison after being con he doe he gives\ me the $100. See'; ? 'MGLEYii

after which he was carried to Arcadia Florida+ until January :30, 1021 and victed of receiving stolen/ goods Her Farmer HI'own--lIow would you
and landed in the county jail. like to bet me the name way ? That
during/: that time, sixty days, no person mother Is also serving a sentence in
firm or corporation, can have in the same prison. It chanced that J, mule you got of Wilder.! Smjh again =WIN L M

The Jacksonville Traction Companyis I their )possession any fish known as W. Gans was.a ,guard in the women's $100. II
asking the Florida railroad commission !mullet. This: !includes dry, salt mule department or the prison. in spite of h I'll take ye; put tip your m"lIl'Y.Hl'lnlt' t! .
the mule
for permission to increase its let as well as fresh mullet. the fact that he was old enough\ to he up Bill.Brownhere's .
fare to 10 cents or three tickets for a her father he fell head over heelsin the money. Now, I
quarter, The rate for school childrento After thirteen unlucky days at sea love with the fair prisoner. For !Mr. Jones, remember I'm hl.ttlnthe/: i
be five cents. Permission i is also with a mutinous crew causing serious some time it was claimed the love affair same way Mr. Oleson In betting.\ If
,
asked to take up the Camp Johnson trouble for the officers, the Mexpet ran smoothly within the walls of he winK, I win I Kill That
extension and to abolish all passes tank steamer Harwood from Tampico, the pentitentiary building. Then they in Tinder-Any one else want to get Cold With. t t'Lt.
on this ?
Mexico arrived in
Tampa Thursday. "high-balled. That is, the prisoner.
The llernando County Hairy Association While in the Gulf the captain sent a escaped and the convict guard vent JonesYes, I'll take you for $100.
has been in operation about wireless to Philip Shore, local agentof with her. Tl'Bdl'r-That begins to look lively. .. .
eight: months and during: that )period the company, saying': "Have Unit .- Bring up the bosses, 1
has sold $8,000 worth of milk. Thereare ed States marshal and deputies meet TAXXPAYKKS Ilrown-Come 011, Judges, let'a get
thirty farmers who are membersof ship at dock. Serious trouble, ten men NOTICEI : to f the cwrneout place. CASCARA TJQUININEFOR "
the association, but only about half implicated." The marshals boardedthe Jones-Stm't your horses Nowhere
this number have been shipping milk ship upon arrival, but made no arrests will be in Providence on Tuesday! they cone Gel! ,
at any one time. Nov. 23, and Lake Butler, Nov. 24, Trader's horse running easy, but 'CI" w AND
1920, for the purpose of collectingtaxes. ahead of Mr. Oleson's horse, but ho Colds, Cough ("'OM\V La I
Mcssis. John Parer and Peter Bed An event of unusual interest took I will not be able to cover any 'keeps right on and crosses the line Grippe

nell\ who are conducting a fishing place at Bruce and at DcFuniak Monday other places at this time but if you two lengths behind.! Neglected Colds are Dangerous I
camp at Sand Island, reported in Apalachicoln when the Oklahoma Star Refining wish to pay this month and don't know Trader comes up, smiling Judges Talus no ctmncM. this
the first of the week with Co. spudded in their first two wellsin the amount of your taxes, just mail romp in and report: Trader's. hoar two !I Ke.p mandard remedy liandy for the flritIJrcak ."..... ,
44,000 pounds of marketable fish. This Walton county. The Bruce well is me your check, signed. I will fill it lengths; ahead l at the line. up a cold In 24 bourn-, Kvllcv.n '
Is the largest single catch so far re located about twenty-eight miles from out for correct amount and mail receipt OlrHori-Yes, dot is all ,right but Grippo In 3 d.y.-Kurellont for Hunducbo i

ported. the city of DeFuniak where they expect i, for same. my hose went over the line, didn't he? L.Quinine.. ..e-No In thin form dons not afToct the livad 'Caacara !I. b.nt Tonic j
Opiate In Iflll'.. .
shallow production in the very The offlcc will be closed on above Yes, but the other boss was ahead. {

Henry Tatum, one of the earliest near future At Hut Head about eight dates You save 2 per cent if you pay Okaon-Mont don't make any dif- ALL
residents of Bradentown was killed I miles below DeFuniak, a scene of unusual this 'month, but don't wait until the feience. My hoes went over the line DRUGGISTS SELL IT .,
Wednesday afternoon when a tree he excitement characterized their last. It might not get: here In time head first, didn't he?

was cutting down fell on him. At the first well, where over forty-five hun Respectfully, No; the other hoss was ahead.!
time of the accident he was cutting a '! dred people were in attendance, E. W. HAYES, OII'son-'Yl'lI; I know dot, but my f

large: tree, when one of the branches It Tax Collector. hiiHB went over the line head first did ._
struck him as the tree was falling\ and It has been clearly demonstrated at not he? He didn't go over the line -- - -- -- i

knocked him down, causing him to fall the Walkilt\ farms at Green Cove this srtifrD] WIZIOOCIlOOlIDfI! ;; )i tail first, did he. Did I ever say my ;'

in the path of the tree. year that rice can be grown as a profitable COFFINS & CASKETSAnd hose would beat his hoax? No, 1 say NICBa_ .
crop in that section. Two hun all\ the time' he come out head first!
Wreckage of an airplane washed dred acres were planted in rice and a Full Line ofUn Didn't he?
ashore at Sanibel Island near Ft. the crop is now being threshed. The :Myers is causing speculation as to yield Is from 1,500'to 2,000 pounds, per say it that way, and his hose surely TUBES FIT "OVERSIZE" CASINGS

whether it Is mute evidence of some acre. This rice was sown with a reg. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE did come out that way.
tragedy over the Gulf of Mexico. The ular grain drill and given no cultiva Always on hand. The belt ser Trader-I won't stand for it. It's a )
fragments; much water worn consistof tion after planting. A portion of the vice at the lowest prices. Spe- fraud. Don't give\ up the money. If 4c
, the parts of one wing and parts of crop was irrigated by means of a flowing cial attention to telegraph or- : you do I'll take it to court ;
the fuselage. Identification marks well. era. Registered Embalmer 'onl's-I I am afraid you would get Mirhelin'fubes are I ; \ }
had been destroyed. No airplane has : into trouble if you doe letting[ on full size in

6 been reported missing to far as is Swift & Co. and Armour & Co., DeWITT C. JONES I anything Is gambling this! state I ......lIon. and erll"i; i'
:
known. have filed in the District of Columbia shall have to decide in favor of Mr. therefore nut>> /

- supreme court a new plan for dispose STARKE, FLA. I Oleson. That was the bet. stretched thin under Ytia Zr
+'r
Murdered by a ;mysterious; and unknown ing of their interests. in the stockyards >Sfig,7GtCi0flaIDdiDiQ !IIW! I Urown-Here boy bring up the old Inflation. TMx. pr; ;f. "
person the body of an aged terminals and markets in the various! hens! and make'Mr.. Hoss Trader, a 4 advantage In ""- ;!:i% ,
:
watchman was found near the en cities. The newspapers) understandthat present, of him. Then take your mule perially Important V;'''
ky: trance of pier No 3 of the Clyde Wilson & Co. agree to the plan THE home and don't ever trade horses anymore "hrn buying tubes ; ': ;i{,l ,:
? Jim docks The old man was shot but that Morris & Co. and Cudahy & BEST PROOF Now, Mr. Trader, you better for Cord tires, Ii.
/ through the head. lie had been killed Co. do not. Nov 8th was set as the get out of the state while the going/: all "oversize. >"!,++ A ,t "
instantly No one saw the person final date for the department of justice Is good. The sheriff ,may he along thin. in'
,
I who fired the shot and it i Is supposed to file objections. It also Bets Given way pretty noon. When you trade SMITHS GARAGE: r l "
that the murderer crept upon him forth in the agreement that the Interstate by a Starke Citizen.Dean's again remember the widder's son and SUrke Fla. .- It I
while he was sitting in a chair read Stockyard Company at Jacksonville Kidney Pills were Ufcud the time you met me, and my name is
ing shall be dissolved and its af they brought benoflt. Farmer Urown.

fairs closed by the first of the year.A The story was told to 'Starke: rent Now, blY8.II'! Jones! gave me four
fr Habitual Constipation Cured dents cases of a new product he ig puttingup Q
, In 14 to :21 Day few days ago some boys brokeInto Time has Htrongthnnnd the evl at his bottling: works called Uy

"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially a convict camp west of Wauchulaand dence. Heck or near beer It la free to the It
prepared Syrup -LataSive for Habitual emptied the gasoline out of some Hats proven the result lasting crowd but we didn't expect! the whole
;; Constipation.btiould be taken It relieves for promptly but tanks, took a lot of dynamite and The testimony Is home testimonyThe country to be here, so don't' :. 'expect- it .
regularly 14 to 21 days
toiaducercgularaction. It Stimulates and scattered it along the Dixie Highwayand proof convincing.It :. to go around. Some of you will 1Z'ea Well, boys, I'd rather you all\ would ville and Tampa, St. Petersburg, and
Ii Mlllate8 Very Pleasant to Tab* 61k( committed other depredations can bn investigated by Starke taste and you'll have to divide and come in and see for yourself. I havea Sarasota, on November 2H, has been
H ')('Iltle, Deputy Sheriff Dishong arrested three residents those that don't $get a taste can suck very good supply of syrup skim- mule by the Seaboard Air Line railway -
boys and locked the Smith boy in the Mrs. J, W Andrews Madison Ave, the cork. That's fair, ain't It? ,Don't mere, running from 9ft/ cents, $1.10, "the progressive railway of the J
SEEDS town calaboose about nine o'clock. says"J: have used Jlonn's Kltli eyP11U forget the taste and buy a bottle or $h0; ; measures, 1,2 and 4 quait; tin South" The new train will bo known
I'lant Martin's Hy-Test Geed for When he went to feed him at noon for kidney complaint and hu k two when you go to Starke. Come up dippers $1.10; galvanized: $1.50; barrels an the "West; Count Llmiled," will '
Good Results he found the padlock broken and the aches and have r."cly"t1ne/ results, now and don't crowd the mourners. $4.20; kettles and rune mills, syrup handle through( sleeper service to and
ss l'' prisoner gone The two smaller boys I feel Justified In recommending this Here's to you, Mr. Jones. By heck testers, $l.r.O/ ; tester cups, 7&C from New Yolk, T'hilulelhia.lalti.\ -
leans, (Peas, Potatoes and Onion had released their friend and made medicine that Is good an beer if it hasn't got\ big stock of lard cans, syrup cans, all more and Washington In addition to
x pets. Largest and Oldest Estab their escape together.; They were later On April 26. 1918. Mrs Andrews the kick. sizes sausage\ mills $5.r/ 0to 'fUII)<) It local sleepers between Jacksonville,
11 (dished Seed House in the State. captured near Torrey. tiald"I: think jtmt the same offnan'e Oleson-lioys, dot Is just like my is late now, but Farmers Ilrown will : Tampa. hit Petersburg and Sarasota.
,i and Field Seed for Fall Kidney PI'"o now as I did when mudder used to make in the old coun have something good to tell you about The West Coast Limited will leave
Planting. Seed Oats Rye, liarJy. In a lengthy letter addressed to em f recommended tI tn before I have try. We had It on the table all the next. week. Something that will helpus Jacksonville at 10 p. m. arriving in a,
Millet. New 'Turnips of the ft. Andrews had no return of kidney trouble since time and barrel
ployes Bay Lumber a In the cellar and all. Tampa at /G:4B: a. m., St. Petersburg '
t Cabbage, Egg Plan Pepper, Co., carried the announcement ofa this remedy cured mfl drank It in place of water. Dot don't ---. -, ,
Price hoc at all d"1I.1f'rll( I>tm'tsimply at 8:25: ; a, m, and Sarasota arid 8:10:
SEED reduction in wages to practically all hurt any one WEST: COAST LIMITED
ctxAND : ask. for a kidney remedy-' ..tDoan' a. m. While this service will be
FOR FALL CATALOG the employes but that statement did *; Mr. Jones, have you a full supply of gen.
not say what the reduction would be. Kidney P'fle-thl same tnrt cans, barrels and tool. for making up Announcement of the operation ofa orally known an the West Coast Limited .
f E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.. The statement explained that the step Mrs. Andrews had Foster-Mllburn our syrup? Tell us what you have new night\ train, the first! fast limited , the train on its northbound trip

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA was taken only after the utmost ef Co? Mfrs Buffalo-- N. -Y. and prices. service at night between Jackson will travel a* the Seaboard Limited
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