Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: August 26, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. SubsmptioD-Per, $2.00; Six: Months, $1.00.-Payable 1 In Advance E. a.- Matthews."" Editor and Proprietor.NUMBER .

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BEAUTIFUL. SHOWER IN HONOR FALL SHERIFF FINDS STILLS DEATH OP MRS. LEEA I I'lUi. : SUNDAY: :MORNING .:""! If f
ALDERMAN TERM
OF MISS OF 1 LOCAL COMPANY : ,

Tuesday .Sheriff Epperson and a peculiarly cad death was, that of I About 2:30 o'clock j .
Sunday morning. r ij,
Honoring Mills Ina Alderman, whose deputy were out In Johnstown section Mrs. Allie N. Lee, wife of Mr. Ernest j I I fire f I i'
was discovered in '
the Griflln & I II
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marriage to Mr. George C. White will SCHOOLVILL\ I I RETURNS '
looking for a still that was E. Lee, on Tuesday, August 23rd. The SUN Johns gin: Itoune the ice '
near factory.
interesting event of the sixth I '
be sn : deceased became the mother of lit-1 I I t
known to be located In that neighborhood. a I Alarm '- '
was riven and the firemen ,
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of September, Mrs. George A. Anderson : In skirting some swamps northeast I tie boy on August 18th! and her death were the In .' "' 1 'I
on
scene few minutes
and miscellaneous Mrs. D. E. Knight shower entertained Wednesday OPEN SEPT. 19 of Johnstown, the! sheriff found !I! was caused by hemorrhages followingI !I DAY FROM[ CAMP I and quickly put the flumes a out.The .

at a one that seemed ideal from a moon- )I I event. This was the first .child : fire was all in the \
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1 upper story
afternoon from four to six, at I i iriage
born to Mr and Mrs. Lee after I f
shiner's point of view-that is, it was j a mar. The building: in of <''corrugated iron, but 1
Mrs. Anderson's home on North Wal- LIBERAL CONTRIBUTIONS MAKE'' boggy and grown with thick brush I'|! of seven years and six months, | WELL SATISFIED WITH OUTING: it in supposed t there wa some crevice V1

nut 'street. This beautiful shower Is EIGHT MONTHS' TERM i near the edges, while farther in big but while the little one is doing well, I THOUGH TilE DHII.LINO I allowing entrance for cinders from a i'

the first of a series of affairs plan PRACTICALLY SURE bay trees grew. The uncomprising ,I he will never know a mother's love., WAS SEVERE: I passing I train. Cotton lint was Ignited i ,if I.t

ned for this popular brideelect.The I borders would deter anyone from entering I and the joy of seeing him grow tip I by the cinders( and! the 1 blare was :I \

rooms were charmingly" decorated The 1921-22! : term of Bradford High I IS'hool'will the swamp, but the bay trees will be for his father alone, for his After a two weeks' encampment'I started. r

according to a color motif of open on Monday, Scptem-I meant tolerably dry land with occasion ', mother is with the an els. I during/ extremely hot and, tr'lnll''ath'r Two expensive cotton gins, belting I t: ..

pink and green. roses, oleanders and her 10th. This date was decided on pools -of clear water. | The deceased was a daughter of { \\'( the members of Co. fl, f first and part of the! cotton press were destroyed ; 'p 1 rI

antignon viy being used in profusion by the trustees Tuesday morning.It I After much search a foot log was Mr.! and Mrs. Elias Moore, who live II j infantry, N G. F., returned to Starke I I !, HS well ns the floor and some 't.' '\:.

is expected to continue the term I found on which were muddy tracks southeast of lark<", and sh! was born I on the noon train Sundny Diligent I! of the rafters of the roof. Nineteenlittles If ti

Mrs. Anderson was attired in a becoming for eight months. The call of the' of No. 10 brogans. The officers entered November 21, 1890. After her marriage . drilling, marching and target 1'1'11-1 i of broom,1 corn, stored there I by I t ... .t'j

dress of blue embroidered organdy trustees for voluntary contributions I and soon found among' the bay shut was a true helpmeet to her i i'I I Ice had browned) thorn, but I they were the Quigley/ Broom Co., were mostly : f ,
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; -Mrs. Knight was gowned in has met with a liberal response from I trees a small still and some mash.. husband, and the happy pair took well satisfied 1 with their outing/ totally destroyed, though it is thought'' J j
silver net over coral pink satin, and) I The shiners had been there :First Lieutenant J. I.. Perk is v .
a large number of the patrons and I just a pleasure in creating a neat and comfortable I I on some of it may .salvaged. No InJ
the guest of honor Miss Alderman friends of the school, and there fire short time before, but apprehendinga home", not far from that of duty again after some days spent in a Hurance'on any of the destroyed I 1'01'.J' .:.

was lovely in a frock of orchid crepe yet a :large number of patrons who I possible visit from the sheriff, had L her parents. Mrs. Lee was a womanof I hospital on account of chills and fev- erty. I/ :;o if

de chine. will doubtless do their part toward I skipped out, taking along what finished excellent qualities, much beloved ('1'. The only other untoward happening The ground floor sustained no damage I '

Misses Mona Alderman Him Iris Ep prolonging the term. I shine they had. I by all, and will be missed very much.A was a slight. bullet wound received i i i and the grist mill and nhiitglo !\ti

person served fruit punch' to the new- The pledge cards in the hands of A path led from this still to another great deal of sympathy Is felt for by Private Theodore Edward last. mill are Intact. Work in the latter ,

ly arrived guests, after which they Capt. DeWitt C. Jones, chairman of I nearby, and the same conditionswere the bereaved relatives, especially the I Wednesday. : Edwards: was" In the "pit"or I was flailed, Monday morning as// usual. !.

were directed to register in the bridal ,, the ways and means committee, show found there as at the first one. grief-stricken husband. shelter, near n target during practice ": p:

shower book an artistic hand-painted j II'I' a total of 151100. This is $500 short I Both the stills were destroyed and The interment was at Klngsley cemetery I shooting, and a bullet that struck. I i I ; r\

little volume made by Miss Olive Ray. of the amount the trustees asked for, the mash poured out, but there was Wednesday. A great concourso the frnjne" of the target ricocheted, TONG; numci: fi.,. {

A guessing contest, "Articles Used in I and which is necessary to place the no clue as to the moonshiners and no of sorrowing friends escorted the remains 1 striking different objects and then hit ,;:,t.i'

a Home," afforded much amusement.The i school on an easy footing, but it is arrests were made. to their last resting place and Edwards on the buck of the head tin S' Long Iliidge, Aug. 2(1--Mr. and! '

shower of gifts for the bride- felt that the patrons who have not yet the floral offerings were beautiful was takento, St. Luke's hospital but Mrs. P. S, Crews returned I to tholr

elect were presented in an originaland I contributed will make up this deficien PINE IIII.L'Pine and profuse. was out again the following day. This home after, a week's visit with tho Int. ".

very appropriate manner. As cy.The proves that "shooting around corners" ter's sinter, Mrs! David Shaw, of Ia. ,

Mr. :White, the bridegroom-to-be, iscashier I contributions so far made areas Hill, Aug. 20.-J. E. demons MILLER Is. not u joke after all. Crosse.Among. f' ,

of a bank, the gifts were all follows: attended church at Long Pond last As soon ns the boys had reached tho I those who attended the cemetery t, ,

deposited in the AMerman-Whitc J. H. Ritch _______________ 00$ (60.00 week-end. armory Turner's Drug Store sent working at New River were : \
I Miller, A UJr. 2(1( .-Clifton Richard, I
Hank, which was arranged in the corner I| H. I.. Brownlee- __u_________ 50.00J. Miss Martelle Hartrcll, of LaCrossewho of Tampa, visited friends in this section them an invitation to come there and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Joe )Hodges, \Mrs Belle

of the reception room. Paul Ernest W. Andrews, Jr. __________ 50.00 has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sunday afternoon get free cold drinks. Never was an Johns unA children and Maud Crews f.r o

Knight acted as cashier of the S. R. Johns ____.__...______. 50.00G. Verie) Johns, returned home Tues Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stowcs attended invitation more welcome! or morn J. \\'. Lewis, of Ziff, were guest of \"' '

bank and delivered cut glass, silver, W. Alderman ____________ 50.00 church at Midway Sunday. heartily responded' to. relative,, and friends hero Friday and ,j
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pictures and exquisite band-made or I'P. E. Canova ___________ ____ 50.00 day.Miss Vera Surrency, who has been Olson Thomas made a business tripto Before the I boys left camp, they Saturday.: I 1< '
D. Jones __ ___________ 50.00 were piiid off for River "\
tides through the cashier's window I C. P u attending the university at Gainesville Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. their service tI><)'<", W. T. Tumor, and George I :--.

to the honoree, Miss Alderman.* The D. E. Knight _______________ 50.00 returned home Thursday' afternoon Williams, of Georgia, began I and during this week( they have received were in Luke, !Ilutler Saturday'. j ;
after
presents were accompanied by clever, : T. A. Brinson ____u_________ 50.00 teaching a singing. school at tho FreeWill pay for the drill lit tendancesduring J. L. Dowling was! hooking :'

original verses,, which were road to E. S. Matthews _______n____ 50.00 Mr. and Mrs. I. \V Pinholnter, Sr., Baptist church Monday and it is I I the lust six. months, as (soon us business in Stuike Saturday. /I '

the company by Miss Amelia Ray. I T. J. Terry (Lawtey) _______ 25.00II. and son. J. ,v. L. and granddaughter, being well attended their dues! could be ('Iuwk"d11'. John 110,11WIllS' In Sturke) Thurs: j
While B. Wiggins ______ 25.00L. I I The, In '
the victrola played choice selections Pearl Green 'omrRny'R''" charge of Lieutenants -
Willie Mae Oliver Misses been i day.
who hus
I Miss Ruby Punish, I
the hostesses, Mrs. Andersonand I G. Powell __------y---- --______ 25.00I.and Rosa Surrency and Fred Greene attending school at Gainesville, 1 Iq ,, Perk and Lewis on their way : Mrs. Ann Grillln, of Raiford, were ." +

:Mrs. Knight, served brick ice 1 1erl'am L. C. Powell __u____________ 25.00E. attended services\ at New River Sun. spending while with' hornefolks.Mr ham,. Captain Thomas find 1 eight enlisted week-end 1 guests of her brother, John

_______ ______ 25.00N. '
end home-made cake, the colors I' W. Hayes u and Airs. II. C. Peeples attend'cd men remained at Camp" Johnston Hudge.Jl. .

of pink, green and white being D. Wainwright _____n___ 25.00J. day.Mrs.. Arrle Colson was the guest of the services at Luke Butler Sunday to compelo for the Tnlluferru F, and, John Uenfroo were 1 bus- ,

carried out in every detail of the dainty I F. Canova ....._________,.'_ 25.00 : 1Irs.'l'rlle Johns Sunday. afternoon.Mrs. cup, and to take part in Iho tryoutfor mess visitors to Raiford Saturday ;

refreshments Assisting in serving !I I!I A. M. Darby ________un___ 25.00 "Misses Iva and Virginia Colson Brill liters, of Cadillac, Is visiting M Florida.) team, to attend the notional RumCrews'! was attending buslrieH -
were Mrs. G. 'Y. Alderman, Mrs I 1 I W. E. Middleton __u________ 25.00 brothre rifle shoot at Clamp Perry.
of their
were guests Clyde relatives in this community. I I ) sin! Slurko 1 Thursday. ,:
W. J. Epperson, Misses Cassie White, I J. C. Manning __uu_'_______ 25,001 I Colson, Sunday.Mrs. Rune Brown Is on the sick list' this I nvld Shaw, of LaCrosse, was 'In !f
_____________ 2VOO IIOIISONDolmon :
Florence Matthews and Blanche Al- W J. Epperson the I ; !
A. B. Surrency was guest week this section I Friday. )
derman. J. O. Turner ________- ..______ 25.00 I
Tomllnnon
> of Frank Wednesday. Mr and Mrs.! Joe Pinkslon of Bland Mr. and !Mrs. Joe! Dnwling andlnul'htor
N. Sternberg _________00 ____ 25.00F. Fair- Aug. 20.-M. It. Hurst and
Those enjoying this lovely party Misses Angelica; and Pauline visited relatives in this community < Lucille, worn ytsitlng relatives e
_______________ 25.00 Judson .
F. Stump sons, arid Johnnie marin )business
with r Ardelle Harndon }Messrs. a '
the hostesses and honoree, Miss\ cloth and Saturday and Sunday. in Snicks Saluriloy.'iincl l Sunday\ ,
IT. N. Limbaugh ___ ___ ______ 25.00: trip\ to Lake Butler
Friday
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Hudson Herndon
Alderman, were Misses Nelle Roberts R. D Falrcloth and Murray Thomas was a business. visitor A largo. crowd attended thn lanes
and Margaret Godwin, of Lawtey: I i N. T. Ritch & Bradford Coun- attended the sing; at Pine Hill Satur- to Luke Butler" Saturday. Ci.: W. Hurst was a l business.( visitorto lit Jesse Citnon'ii: Saturday night.
ty Bank ___________00 ___ 50.00E. Lake Butler Friday. I
Clara Townsend, Ruth McGill, Edna day. Eyra Stewart, of Lake Butler, passed Leorm Moody: gave n peanut boiling.
_______JL--__ 25.00 W. M. 11. Hurst
L. Biggs '
Epperson, Georgia Epptrson, of Lake oou A. B. Surrency was a business visi- through here "Saturday.B. was among the visitor Friday night In honor of her cousin,
__________ __ 25.00 to Lake Butler
J. F. Kckliter! !
Wednesday ._
u
and '
Butler; Julia Woodward and Clara tor to Jacksonville Wednesday 10. Brown made a business tripto Nunn; Brown, of Sampson City. A t
r.. I"'. Demorest ______-______ 20.00 Those who attended the protracted s
Wainwright of Jacksonville) J Annie Thursday Lake Butler last week. 1 large: crowd! aUendud, and reported. a
''I. A. Davis ______ _________ 20.00J. meeting at Cypress Grove Saturday .
00
Darby, Doris Scott, Ethel Griffin, Messrs. Ralph and Vascne Hazen, Bub Rivers, of Lake Butler, was in pica time
M. Alvarez ____________ 20.00C. and Sunday from this section W. I
Ilulda Brinson, Josephine Brinson, n Alvin demons, Dave Greene were in this section Friday.Mr. were Rustle Kelly, of New lUver, was in
F. Hoover __________ 20.00A. D. Hurst. Johnnie Hurst, Cl. W Hurst (
nu
Aileen Alvarez, Madge Middleton, Vi- Brookcr Sunday. and Mrs. O. A. Thomas, of our section Friday evening I '
________ 20.00 and daughter I .
S. Crews le
caller the
virctte Floyd, Mona and Blanche Alderman Lee Greene was a In Alachua, attended church here Sun nay McKlnney and Ray Johns, of ;
W. M. Bryan ______________ 16.00 Judson Hurst, Jon Doblm and family
Iris Eppersun) Elizabeth !. Mounteocha suction Sunday. day. Lake Butler, were In this burg Frj-
Miss Kate Livingston ____ 15.00: Joo Andrews and family Mr. arid ) 6 "
u Messrs. J. A. Douglass and H. C. ,
Brownlee, Grace Sheldrake, Free The Free Will Baptist revival begun day ,
I J. E. Futch _____n_________ 15.00 of Mrs. Lewis Dol>sonJ: 4'
Wynn, Clara Mae Shepard, Jeannette demons of Alachua, were guests Thursday night and will continue A sing enjoyed at thn home of
wall
!; G. II. Bennett ___________n_ 15.00J. I There will ho Pentacostal servicesat
and Florence Matthews, Olive and A. B. Surrency Saturday night. until Sunday night. It
A. Howe ______ _________ 15.00Elbert I the, schoolhouse next first Saturday- Jluhy Johrm Tuesday evening was
Amelia Ray, Cassie White, Jessie I -- ,, The sing at Pine Hill, Is progressing Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Harrison, of well attended and enjoyed..
H. Smith _______-- 15.00J. night and Sunday by Rev. Jim Thomas. -
Thomas, Margaret Long, Audrey nicely under the management/ ofArchie Worthington, attended church here Greene of Sturke passed
C. Robinson ______________ 10.00II. Everyone Invited to conic. Nelson ,
Butler. $
of Lake
Johns, Louise Fernandez, Ruby Mae Waters Saturday night. here Sunday afternoon h
through
M. Snyder __________ 10.00T. M. II. Hurst attended tho funeral / |
Poppell, Mildred Crosby, Emma ________ 10.00 of Anton
M. Williams _____ S. Feaglo Saturday at Mt.
eli, Inez Moitt, Katie Belle Green, Hilda *' of Mrs. Shores Saturday. visited Miss Carrie Belle Brown last drvn, of Gainesville, ,were guests, 'of ,
[ P. Smith _________. __.__ tO.OO Zion
and Kate Struth, Adine Watson, Eustis Kelly, of New River, was a week.T. relatives and friends, here Saturday st
Nat Williams ______________ 10.00 E. W. Tompkins Rlceboro Ga. :
guest / ,
of A. L. Green after-
Margaret Peklc, 'Ada Register, of Sunday II. Rimes made a business tripto iirul Sundny.. / .
C. A. Knight ___________ 10.00 made a business trip to this section
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Lake Butler; Ethel Hunt and Maggie I I noon. Gainesville one day last week. S. I.. Crews, of Lake Alfred, i la
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W. W. Balsden __ ___ 10.00 Saturday
Maxwell, of Hampton; Mrs. J. A. I T. B. Pinholster, of Brooker, was a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake upending n while I here with relativesand !
E. Johns __ _________ 10.00
Langford, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. Perry n guest of L W. Pinholster, Sr., Sun. Butler, visited the_ letter's parents, frlendi.
10.001 I
J. D. Stansell _______________ LAWTEYLawtey
J. W. White, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, (I day.Miss Mr and Mrs. Roland Thomas, Sun Mrs Murlio Crews ID ill at this
John Rigdon _______ 10.00 -
nu Etta Waters the of
was gorst
MJSS Thelma Brown of Raiford.
L. V. Moore .-___---______-- 10.00T. I friends in section and Saturday day.Thomas Aug. 20.-Tho young 1"0'pie writing d
our Friday Chancey, of Luke Butler, Mrs. Italia/ Johns! Is suffering{ from
J. Griffin --_______-___--_ 10.00M. will moot. at the Methodist parsonage W1)
NEW BOARD MEMBERS attended the
sing Saturday bruised foot.
_ ______ 1000 tonight All n badly
L. Smith j. young people Invit
nn and Mallie
A. B.
Surrency son, Charlie Kerce, of Lake Butler, was Little Rivers Is numbered on
Mary
F. A. Scott ______ __.______ 10.00J. ed.
Governor Hardep has made some of n were business visitors to Brooker on In this section Saturday.J. the Hick list thIs WI..k.Mr. ,
the Heenan Williams _________ 10.00 Rev J. J. Treadwcll, of St. Augus
vacancies
appointments to fill on Tuesday. C. Ward, of Providence, was in and Mm. Wrtin Arnold and
A. L. Alvarez _____ :___ __ __ 10.00H. tine, will preach In Grace: church, on
the the division n Miss
county boards caused by Hattie! Weeks, of Santa Fe, this section. one day last week. children attended church at Lake But
L. Stevenson _______ ____ 10.00J. Sept 4th lit 11 J a. m. Following tho
Hill
II. .o
of the county. Louis is visiting Miss Lucille Harrcll for afew Seeber Stokes made a business trip ler lust week
of Andrews Jr. T. Quigley _________n____ 10.00 service will be held the quarterly con-
Lawtey, and J. W. dnys. j to Lake Butler Wednesday Sam Moody has returned after
Dover _____ _________ 10.00E. I ference. Members take notice. hpme
Perry
of Starke have been appointed members n Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns were the Mr. and Mrs II. T, Bennett, of. spending 'several weeks in Macon,
of M. Johns __________n____ 10.00 A few of Lawtey's young men are
the board of county commissioners /guests of friends at Watermill Sat Bland, attended church here Sunday.
of E. T. Campbell ____./_ -_______ 10.00 camping at Klngsley this week GU.Mr.
and Dr. E. T. Campbell, urday. Turner Hill, of Alachua, visited with and Mrs Arthur Strickland .
Powell ______.____ 10.00 Rev. Black conducted services in ,
Starke has been fill the Carpenter Several of attended the
appointed to our people friend In this section Sunday after the proud parents of a daughter, born
vacancy on the county school board. Bob Cone ...._______....... 10.00L. cemetery working at New River Saturday Eaxtoi Sunday afternoon. He will Saturdays Aug. 20th.

The all well known A. Wynn ...-_____-_--___ 10.00F. noon.Denzil preach In Suxton every Sunday at 4p. ,
appointees Thomas business
are was a visitor People in !this section are preparing {
citizens inspires L, Turner _-_____________ 10.00 m.
and their appointment to Worthington Springs Tuesday for large strawberry next sea
confidence. They will Silas Kite _______________-__ 10.00Gee METHODIST School will open Monday morning/ ,crops
public Millard Parrlsh! made a business
October Anderson .............. 10.00J. Aug. 2f>th. All children to attend Hon. I
assume the duties of office at the trip to L k .Butler Monday. An Ice cream wa given at
R. Davis _________________ 10.00A. school school are requested to be present the supper
board. Sunday 1 a. m., L. A. Davis, Andreu'
of the Sumner
meeting of Brooker, was In the home. of Mr. and Mrs. D. F, Ren-
There to be R. Moore ________________ 5.00Mrs. superintendent. opening day.
is yet one appointment this community Sunday. free Thursday night In honor of Mrs.
made, that of commissioner from the W. A .Crosby _______... 5.00 Preaching at -11 o'clock by the pas. .- C. R. Sapp'; is to teach a grade In Ronfroe and their little daughter

commissioners' district composed of Feaster Griffis _________u___ 5.00 tor. Subject, "A Traitor." SOME Pl'NKINSIn the Starka school. Mr. Sapp and family Mildred's birthday. ,

Theressa vot- Chas. Silcox ________________ 5.00 Broaher Roney will be here in the will move to SUrke.COMMUNITY .
Hampton and graham Pierce Crews was among those who
ing precincts. James Reynolds, of John Thornton __.o_..,-__-___ 5.00G. evening to hold quarterly conference.The the office of the E. A. Strout attended to business In SUrke Mon i

Graham, seems to be a favorite can. C. Cady ________-_______ 5.00 sacrament of the Lord's Supperwill Farm Agency are several pumpkins, SING_ day. f

_________________ 6.00 -
didate will R. Burrows be administered. big enough to hold small pigs if hollowed -
for this place and he prob- ; There was a good attendance last 1... L. Johns( of Brooker was in this
________ 6.00
ably be appointed within a short time. H. E. Lagergren n M. L. SMITH, out. They all came from one section Friday
W. A. Besscnt Jr. ______ __ 5.00 Sunday afternoon at the community
,
.o vine holding 47 Captain S. A.
on Mack Johns of New River was In
Miss Mary Wells, of Dunnellon, is W. L. Wall ________________ 5.00 will, swell this amount somewhat. The Bryan' place, north of Starke. No sing and everyone enjoyed seeing his. burg Sunday., ,
our
____ _______ 6.00 solicitors neighbors and hearing the good singing : .
visiting Miss Margaret Long at S. L. Peek holding such cards are requested special.attention had been given the

Kingsley lake. Ralph Alvarez ________u___ 5.00 to turn them In at once, and vine and the pumpkins, like Topsy, in the open air. BAPTIST

Geo. White _________________ 5.00 persons who have signed cards and "just growed." Come to the park again; next Sun- ass ,
day afternoon at 4 o'clock and joinin
,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and : whose names do not appear in the Captain Bryan Is not the only far. Rev. A. C Shuler will preach' Sun-

daughter, Miss Iris, have returned Total __________________1511.00 ; foregoing list are requested to advise mer who can claim phenomenal pumpkin the singing day evening at 8:30.: There will not 'r.jbe

from a trip to Passa-a-Grllle and St. It is thought there are a number of Chairman Jones in order that correction yields, for they have been com- plain why they are not grown more preaching In the morning. .

: Petersburg, where they visited Mr. j I signed pledge cards that have not yet in his files may be made, and an mon with all who have tried this extensively, as they make good food Sunday school and B. Y. P. U a* (A i

p. Epperson's sister, Mrs. E. L. Odom. been turned in by the solicitors which additional list published next week. product. Therefore it is. hard to ex- for stock at well as people. usual }2'

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 26, 1921. _

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If A!Afi'TON BUICK ANNOUNCES NEW LINE :><..."" ...,...."." '- . -' ..,, ...",, HIGHLAND I No Worm in a Healthy Child
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OK FOURS! AU children troubled with Worms have ,Q tllIo

Hampton, Aug. 20-Ilev. T. II. Gibson I 8 JOY OF LIVING SS Highland] AUK. 26.-Miss Ollie nil bMltlircolur.*, there U more which OTM Indkaux. stomach poor Mood dinturtMn,ands..,,

who hall been pastor of the First Announcement Is made today of the TRUST A YANKEEBy Marr left Thursday for Starke for a GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC givr oTti...
laity for two or three weeks will enrich the ..
visit with her sister Mrs. D. L. Rig- blind.
Baptist church of for tho
Hampton presentation before the motoring pub- aJ Improve the dige.tio..and.etas a generalStreiuth!
pant year, finished his work here ]last lic of liuick'a new four-cylinder>> line. MYRA A, WINGATE. By MARY WINIFRED FORD. by. rains Tonic to the whole system Nature will then
r1 Messrs.\ C. M. Click of Jacksonville, tbnoW off(I('dloPflI thewotmsandthPChtidwllht| i
Ills here been I
work has
Sunday.
up. There arc four models in the line including J Q9P9P40 la perfect health. Pleasant to taIL..'7Sc per but
and Wainwright; of Starke were
predated highly by the Christian people -
five
of the town. During his term here yiadster; qnd fJaliRengt'rtouring Uuu Imcl been rettolute. Tfie young folks In :North o<; wood business visitors here Saturday. i _
I in the open cars, and three "I'm boy, Caili," be bad called "
the church received twenty additional a country him "graudpu while the olderfolks James Shepard spent Sunday at his
passenger coupe and five passenger aid. "The city bas men enough. Don't called him' "Old IS at." home in Starke. I :JrJIDC'

members. The church Sunday school] sedan in the closed models.>> ] urge toe to go. I've' a plan fur buildIng Jiauilpu had decided long that It COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
and W. M. U. have been revived. Thp ago Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Mist Wini-
Inasmuch as it has been known to up a canning business here. big was high time for him to suy "goodby"W
I and the nick and fred and Max Wimberly] a Full Line of
u poor needy afflicted. the automobile trade for some time cry fellow ought; to put something Into Ibis old world. Wimberly

received his careful and prayerful at- that Buick proposed adding a line "of hi. own town. The. building sit* "'\'pll. don't blame me, Grace," motored to Starke Friday. Undertakers Supplies

: tention. considerable] Interest attachesto Is mine already, and by next jear I grandpa beard Itlcl ird., her unhand, Rev. T. M. Carter of Peoria held j

i Knowing: that he ran do a greater fours the covering the new can begin; lu a small way. Let's do May "If It wasn't for jour fattier we services at the Baptist church Satur-I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
specifications "
work for the Lord in a ]larger field It together could be where It Is'nlce and warm, day and Sunday. Always on hand. The beat aer-
models. In motor construction Buick
the church his. Here tile quarrel had begun. Catherine but you know the trip Is too much for Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Lang and ;, vice at the lowest prices. Special
accepted resignation has adhered to the valve-in-head principle could not bear that people should attention to telegraph
him and then be might be ailing- or-
I Ia children, ] spent! Friday in Jacksonville
but his good work and kind deeds j
] with which its name hae been ay her Dan was lacking to ambition.It That was all grandpa beard, but his ,' era. Registered Embalmer. a
with relatives.
will\] never be forgotten by the people] so prominently connected for twenty bad soiled by her l> saying : son-in-law's words wrung his cry'

of this community. years. The cylinder bore is 3 and 3-8 I "I will never, marry you no long as heart and not once but often be heardbis I. Kersey of the Waller section/ i> DeWTIT C. JONES

'' Rev. Burke of Waldo will preachat inches with stroke'of 4 3-. inches. The you stay In this tOIO II." daughter complain and say that opened school at Clay Hill Monday j i STARKE FLA.

the Methodist church next Sun- motor develops between 35 and 40 Dao bad caught her baud when abe "If It wasn't for father" she could do morning with an extra (good enroll- I

brake horsepower and road tests have would lime retained the ring. this or she could do that ment of students I

day.Mrs.. E. F, Hardve and ions Otis shown that the power plant will be- "Take time to think It over Cath. He turned to look'out the window Brown Bennett of Jacksonville is

Arthur and Henry have returned liver up to 50 miles an hour with ease. I shall take tbe assistant keeper'splace .nd there smiling In at him with two visiting his mother Mrs. J, A. Starling -
at the light during his vacation. fat snowlialls !In her bands was EdnA, for few
from where have been Features of motor construction are a days.
Theresiia they I You won't see we for a mouth the young girl next door who bad ASPIRINName

the guests of her father Hr. Sullivan the large three-bearing crankshaft The girl moved restlessly. as If t. taken quite a fancy to that old face Max Wimberly] was transacting bus . .

and 2-inch long connecting rods extra shake oft troublesome memories, and looking out of the window! every: = dayas iness in Jacksonville Thursday.J. ,

P. M. Geiger, of Waldo was a butl- long rods being provided to reduce striped from tbe shelter. of the rocks she looked in. her cheek Were I. Marr and Carl Kinkinson visited -i "Bayer" on

\ ness visitor here this week. vibration to a minimum. A circulat- out upon the headland, from which rosy, and her brown eyes sparkling, relatives] in Starke Sunday I Genuine

I 1 Dr Parks has made several profes- I ing splash] oiling system gives auto- was visible the great brilliant eye jn and Into grandpa's heart came a new Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crews made a I II

slonal] trips to Graham and Theressa. matic lubrication throughout. Anoth- the lighthouse to"'er. a wile Dtiyund life as she smiled cm him. business trip to Jacksonville Monday. i 0U'J
er''' important feature which Is stan- the harbor entrance.' Braced against She came close< to the window and I
E. F. Hardee and
family are moving -
the storm wind she gazed seaward. rubbed her nose bn tbe pane, and
i : to Alachua county this week and dard equipment on all Buick cars, is Tb light-a stationary oue-was btughlng happily, cried : "Grandpa The fellow who hits the pace today

Mr. Hardee will assume charge of the the automatic carburetor float control winkingand flashing la a manner to they have given me permission to
naval store business for C. E. liart through which Ideal] vaporizing conditions attract notice. After a bewildered !In and sit whit you If you care to omorrow. J:.:

per. are obtained. moment It came to her that the winks have me," and at this moment Grace

The transmission is of the selective and flashes were a clumsy adaptation came Intn the room
Joshua Hicks of Waldo the '
was When bachelor hears unmar-
a an
sliding type three speeds forward of the Morse as familiar to bras
gear code
"Come right In, Edna, I'm sure
guest of his father E. Hicks Sun-
ried woman she is wedded to her
and one reverse. The universal the printed word through her dally fatler would enjoy having you," and Bays

day joint in of standard Buick construction work us operator."SOU" 1Irt'lIndplI1111' no happy all he could do work be immediately suspects her of Beware 1 Unless lee the
Mrs. J. C. Keene was a business visitor she "SOS. "SOS." laving designs his meal ticket.If "! you DrUIIt
spelled
being virtually an integral partof was to puff all the harder at the old upon layer" on package or on ta.blet. you!
to Starke Saturday. the transmission and automatically The wireless distress signal 1 pipe, his heart beating fast to think are not getting genuine Alpirin proscribed

Mrs Kate Sparkman, of Waldo returned lubricated from the transmission. The She sped douu tb* rocky path to that after all someone would care to the newspapers keep on grindingout and by physicians far wenty-one
yeas Proved safe
to her home last Sunday after the house where her uncle Captain sit amid chat with him "heroes" at their present rate of by million. Tale
] Aspirin only .
clutch is of the multiple disc dry platetype told in the Ba'y.rpack
a week's visit with her nieces, Mrs. built in exact accordance with Barrett, retired vat before the fireplace "Oh, grandpa It Is just too wonderful speed it will soon be a distinguished for Oolda, ifeadaehs, Neuralgia, Rbt'l1n1O.

A. A. Durden and Mrs. A. A. McDon- which blissfully anticipating supper. for ordH out today I) How I wish. honor to be referred to as deficient in ti m. Earache Toothache, Lumbag MId
t the principles have guided the "There's trouble. at the light," she you could came snow shoeing with met I for Pain Handy tm boxes. of twelve Bayer

ald.W. clutch construction In Buick sixes. All gatiped. Possessed of the facts the The girls\ (hnve gone off for the weekend courage.Do Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Dri.. .
T. Hicks of Plant is the ,
City moving driving parts are enclosed. captain agreed."Trouble and I huve to go shoeing alone ) E.1 ta also 1 '*WjPackllM:* Aspirin
guest of his grandfather E. flicks, Front axle of the four-cylinder cars sure enough Quexs I'll Do you know, grandpa !If If waso'tt'r as you would be done by and"do" of the trade mark of Ifayer Manufacture
else.] Monaaorticaciderter of
this week. an I-beam forging The rear axles have to go." you looking out of the window anybody Salicylioacid

Mr. and Mrs. Norwood and daughter three-quarter floating type all the "I'm going, tow. 1 can run the engine every day and smiling so nicely at me, '!:

Cleo of Plant City, are guests of weight of the car being carried on ," announced CR IIll'rl lit'. I should. almost. die of lonesomeness.
her Sure Unit the trouble was illness or here off and on,
father Eli ilicke.I the axle tubes and only driving torque True the girls are
accident they stopped on the way to wonderful tunes
\ but they have such
I' H. B. Wiggins/': and family of and steadying of wheels being taken
enllHt the doctor's aid. At the
young llhont me. They-they don't w-want
\ Starke were visiting here Sunday. by the axle driving shafts The third shore men who were discussing the im, grandpn-I-I'm ouly In the w-

;( Dr. Middle, ton of Starke was a pro member is of standard Buick type of unusual behavior of the light offered \\ u y-" ,

t tfessional\ ] visitor here this week. construction designed successfully to help. The captain chose shrewdly. "Why, what l III the trouble little ,

Jl. D. May and family of Alachua eliminate all twisting or weaving in ""odor's un able seaman and inli....v"? Whei I saw you nut there,

i county are moving to Hampton this the rear axle. Gear ratio of the rear CRI h'" n good engineer. I'll take Jack. 'hnmhlng away, I never' dreamed y'nuwe're

week axle on high speed is 4 2-3 to 1. He's tough as the toenulls o' doses" unhappy Now, tell grandpa all ,

Little Heric Wheeler who is very, Drenched and weary they reached limit 'It-mil} he I can help you."
Wheel bane of all models is 109
the lighthouse at last. "'\'l'II. they all lime sweethearts,
nick at this wrlt1nhaa friends
/ many riches. The spring suspension is designed Captain: Hatch. bead keeper laylashed "
griindpn" you know-
who wish him a speedy recovery. to give fine riding qualities toa to hla bud, Ills eyes bright with ""Oil I I see-I'Vunk mid the Rhodes
Miss Ethel Hunt was a visitor tot of this whoelbusc. The frontsprings fever bin tniitterliiKS Incoherent.
car b"y'a. I often woudered why you were
Starke Wednesday. semi-cliptlc type are 30 inches Leaving the doctor with him, Oath- alone so much.) '

Mrs. K. B. Watterson entertainedthe long, and the rear springs, alsoemlcliptlc erlim "run up the winding! stairs Cap- "11'-well they d-dou't want me, as I

voting people Monday evening/ are 55 1-2 inches long. tiiln Hiinett tolling after. would be an extra one, and-well,

honor of Miss Juanita Birt who has Ii Cord tires are standard equipment Ou the first binding beneath the sallet hlmia's 1 wish I were dead. It's:

recently moved to our town.A all models.] These which Unlit lay Dun-u white and exhaustedDan terrible to think no one wants you nutl
on tires are
dressed Ids head
series of revival services will begin only partly then' Ki'andpa, mamma mid pnpii' -Iiiiinoy
3lx4. are the first straight side cord clunmlly tied and one leg broken
up. them TIIt.11\' I'm too bolsterills
at the Methodist church Friday ires in this size ever manufactured and helpless though be bad tied that and oil I I'm; KO lonesome.; Since ; i

t'vt'nlnand/ continue indefinitely.C. I and were built especially to meet the up ton, with a makeshift *|>llnt. : the KIIOW runic, mini I ciin't sit with i

E. Harper was n business visitor Buick requirements. The tires have The head keeper quieted the doctor i you nil the! \rraiHiu, I've been too

to Alachua county this week. been adopted ,ns standard fifzc. made swift exuniliiatlou and decided I loiii'voint1 for. wonlH., 1 wish you could surxtvat r Ia njq! 'rr-;1- .l';4sc11 .u y: tla

Rev. Rmyttcr of Gainesville, pastor The chassis Is lubricated with the Dot to net the broken limb until morn I IIn8. \ COMIC' ,,"I." 'y ,- M

of the First Christian church and his While be deftly bandaged the injured I "'"t.*.. IIIlie missy' It In bard to think

family were visiting friends here high pressure Alemite system. Delco bend Dan 'told his story. thnt >'ou are not welcomed, even Injmir ,
starting and lighting system is standard Hatch taken sick this
"Ciiptuln was
Saturday. nnn home, hilt I urn sure that I
equipment. All models are complete noon with chills" he suld. "H* deter nuiiher and father welcome 'I.
W. E. Baker of Brooklyn was a your a
] with tire carrier and extra rim couldn't! get warm. He lay down and '
V'U'sinoRB" visitor here Tuesday.S. ,t''". only they do not realize that you I
and all are equipped with non-glare I put hot things-tlatlrous and stove lire very lonesome. They arc probably
K.'Swindel, of Therefma, was a :
headlight ]lenses. lids-around htm. \ery busy with their problems and In Earlier
visitor to Hampton recently. "This afternoon he grew feverish, DaysI
Shipping weight of the four modelsare never" dreiim that yon need their love
!; iv Farney Jones of Graham was a : Roadster 2310 pounds; touring and later went completely out of his NO "PI'yI1l1l'h.. Home day you will I
head and thought 1 was trying to getup !
business Visitor here Saturday. meet a nice young: boy who will want
Mr. Eddy of Alachua county Is car, 23KO pounds; coupe, 2430 pounds; Into the tower to harm the light you very much hut he hasn't happened In former times when the town butcher or

opening up a meat market in the! sl'dnn. 2650 pounds. lie struck me on the head with a flat- along just yet Hint's all. farmer himself dressed and cured the meat for
Prices f. o. b. factories at Flint iron. Then we fought and I tied him dear and
wait Missy (
,,1 building Main street. "Just jou
,' Seals / Mich., are: Roadster $935; touringcar down so I could, leave him to light then jou will have the best of them the community, he could not always tell how :
of Theressa a
Moore was
D. W.
; $975; coupe $1,475; sedan $1- the lump. Coming down the ladder nil" and grmutpn puffed I ever so vigorously it would turn out.
w i' business visitor here Saturday. ( from the lantern to the top-stair landIng at bis pipe and In lIe, circle"

i, W. H. Griffin and family have as 650.In adding the four-cylinder modelsto I got dizzy and fell breaking ray of smoke he snw. the one be wished His methods were crude; partly traditional,

their guest this weekr Mr. Griffin's the seven models of sixcylindercars : leg. I tied It up as best I could. Didn't Ulna to see and love. partly guesswork. His tests were few and

b+ brother of Griffin Ga.J. now produced Buick executivesfeel dare risk going downstairs, but managed "Never O<; min... grandpa about my inconclusive.Meat .

D. Pry who has been attending to crawl back up the ladder with trouble. Don't think any more' about
they have rounded out their line tin of oil." packing of today as carried on by
; to business in Valdosta.'Ga., for BOV- a spare It. I am happy to have just you, and
era! days, returned to his home here and constructed cars which are in ev- "lIow'd yu make signals asked I .do love you very much' ," and slip Swift & Company has changed all that. It is I

Sunday.B. ery respect worthy of the Buick name Captain Barrett. nearly knocked grandpa's pipe clean scientific. Nothing is left to chance; nothing
"Throwing my oout over the lantern
J. Johns has been a recent visitor I and It off out of his month \\ Iwnlh hugged taken for granted. I
Thought
The world Is getting wiser every jerking again lilm tight and kissed him softly on the ,

i to $tarke.J. day. Most of the foolishness la now Cath might see It." ((ir'I..lId. and she wits gone before he The most painstaking care and attention !
C. McLendon has moved his meat "And the flares?"
market to the Hagan: building. lie pulled off at night. I "Cut off my trouser legs soaked could"Another' recover visitor himself., grandpa for you" are given to every step. Processes are workedout I 11

is rendering excellent service, which No, we no longer print local poems them and my shirt and sweater In oil and CJenrge smiled as he slapped' on a large scale with minute exactness.

the people appreciate: at space rates. We simply hand the lighted them" and threw Dan them cp on grandpa cartngl.v on the shoulder Methods are continually revised and improved.

{ G. P. Young:, of La-wtey, who is poetic gentleman a sharp toothpickand the""Haw roof haw explained, bawl" roared Captain ""'''hy. grandpa who was that wonderful Cleanliness is insisted upon. Drastic, incessant 1
t' r-I lady I met as 1
opening up a dry goods store has invite him to fall gracefully: up. Barrett.. "Trust a Yankee I" looking young inspections are the order of the day. :
of and wit' coming In? I should think
1 reived a large shipment goods I on it and forget to get Tip. "You atop )I" cried Cathie Indignantly. wouldn't such
keep a Swift
will have his store), ready for business "He's a hero and you know It !I" grandpa| you products are uniform graded accord- 9
secret away from mime .
In a few days.R. .'F I "Hero! snorted I>an. "Clumsy Wind boy I Iall Just thinking of ing to quality.

D. Rawley cif Green Cove, Is the Doyou know Idiot you I\It'ftlll" you and In you walk I She Is one of Take bacon for. instance. j
and thlll week I "Thought you'd gone back on him'
guest of J. Allen family my rays of sunshine' boy, and you are
Mrs. T. C. Roundwe, of Hawthorn you can roll leaned her guardian. the other. She Is very unhappy andIs Swift & Company set out years 1

has been the guest of her. brother M.. SO QOCJcigarettes "I'd marry him this minute the If there" I going over to Itnvmnnil HIM. snowshoeing. it S ago to make a delicious savory bacon I
to perform
was anyone ceremony
J. Green.If Uo right after her boy, and which should be uniformly excellent.
said the girl hotly.
torOcts
home Yes.
see that I she gets safely I
"I'm not a J. I*, for nothing," returned -
must do this. for me. Tell The result isSwift's
yen yon
a fellow punches you on the jaw ( from Iturrvtt. "HroiiKht
Captain
; my
I her that grnndpn said It was nil right Premium /ta tirandSWIFT'S ''
you are perfectly justified in pasting one bag of little bliick book with me, tea" mid 1 that she will imike him happy If

him one before turning the other Hun Cough her hit od.! she, Is very kind to you. Oeorge and Bacon always the

cheek "" "" will won't you, Cath7 he the somewhat. duxed Oeorge hastened same always fa-
IwRjred, "I'\'(" the license you know.
You are all the folks! I have Don'tleave away mously good.
When a rumrunner gets caught: he me." Late In the afternoon grandpa saw I Today this bacon
Is something of a bum runner. In the distance two people skipping
"1 shall need a nurse here," put In along, bund In hit 1111. As they neared' wrapped sealed
I I the docior. "Can't move patientsyet. I PREMIUMSwift I I
my !
a There
King George is hard up for cash ." the house his heart gave a leap. and branded, has
children, 'laughing
they .acre. like two
and the British public will cough Catherine's P.t'8t'rp like stare I I circled the world.

again. "'("d admit it, too if it were I II "Heml the, service" uncle, please," and"CirundpH.Hunting I awry foiildu't have been unkind Swift & Company's system of distribution car-

+ not for the fact that our wife would ,; she Huh) quietly. to him If 1 tried, not when h" t'<'Mme ries it to places which the "town butcher" or
he in at the coughing. "Well, by the everlastln' clam remarked Aud
all
I Il you said It'IIH right. the farmer could
.. the ciiptnln, HS preliminary."You 1 not reach.
n ob. grnndpii, I imiwf tliiink you for the,
said reminded Dan, suilllngfnlntly
I "
We, cannot understand why so many mUHIt'ollt..rtul day ever
"that you would never marryme
parents object to their children bobbing GENUINE"BULC'DURHAM I "Anil arun"I'II.'ou moat Insist thnt
I In
so long us staved LHlnevllle.
she allow me to nccumptiny her to a
their hair. It effects 'quite a "
I "And I kept my 'word lativ'lied the

saving in soap. girl. "Where are jour wits Danny, perfectly, tonight.w undcrfiil-to-he She Is waiting bungulawparty for you & Company, U. S. A.

TOBACCO boy? This Island belongs to Hock to soy the word. and as dear old

Some people find no difficulty in Harbor which 13 a city I by, virtue of gruixlpii saw In both their eyes Mint
rid of unwelcome uellt. Its six thnuHiind InlmhltnntM." I
getting an r3ffjt" "* he renllxeil'
T If all l 1Wfl-1> old hilI'I'r new story
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to sing. Dun.lW."r" live -live !
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FRIDAY AUGUST 26. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. r >,
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IF --I R. M. Goodbred his sister-in-law who

News of Florida in Short Paragraph !! discovered the body, found on a tablein gIr a r

_4.W".WYWY"e INIW.eles c a front of the body a small hand mirror ]
hI III
the floor nearby was a 9i ) ,
while on 111I Ii1)r

I [Live State New ; pistol. Relatives and friends of the ..

family are mystified at the cause of } t tl
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the apparent suicide of the deceased,

-----Tid by Our Exchanges. as Dr. Goodbred was in good health 1. .

I -, and seemed in good spirits and was 1 III IIII' II li ..
\. - lucrative ''till
; engaged in a large and practice IIP iI .I.IIII
Probably the largest real estate of J. S. Strclkland committed suicide of his profession.: a ii
h ,
transaction made this year at Orlando Monday night near his home east of i i wud .

was the sale Thursday of the H. Tampa on the Hillsborough river according While attempting to dive throughan q,
IP'
F. Sneed groves to the Standard to a decision reached by investigating inflated automobile inner tube ip .Il

Growers Exchange involving: an expenditure officers who visited the which she had tossed into the air from ..,
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of 150000. scene! following the finding of the an elevated platform at the Earlton la'lul i I

body by a neighbor. Young Strick bathing pavilion. Miss Mabel Van Bu- Come along .
on k ktv
An official of the American Automobile -I land, who had been honorably discharged ren of Windsor Alachua county, met ,

Association is authority for I from the army service two with a serious accident which may :
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the statement that Polk county is the weeks ago! used a 22 calibre rifle to cost her the loss of an eye. Miss Van ''i

only county in the United States end his life. A note found in his hat Buren it an expert swimmer and diver Fill up your makin'spapers 'y

where every town in the county is nearby, it was said bore out the the- and had given an exhibition of numerous

connected with every other town by ory that he was led to suicide becauseof feats of fancy diving at the with P. A.

surfaced roada. despondency. beach on Santa Fe lake. Finally she
asphalt
took the inflated inner tube, tossed it

Reports have been received of the Valpraiso, a city where three! years into the air and as it came down In Greatest know easily because it's crimp cut .'4 '
elevated platform on sport you
last ago was forest on the shore of an front of the

week killing near of a Milligan.\negro by Several lightning negroes: arm in the Gulf of Mexico has nearly which she was standing she made a to pull out your makin's and it stays put. ,le

had taken shelter from a storm in a ten miles of improved city streets, I graceful dive with the intention Un-of papers and some Prince It's the best bet you ever ,

when the bolt struck the with parkways planted to velvety car- passing through the opening. roll .. ..
building head struck the tube Albert and up a cigalaid that you'll like Prince Fn* Altmrt
from which oaks magnolias fortunately her r4
Cliff McDonald. His pet grass 914 In top*? v
companions shelter killing were shocked but not seriously camphor and other trees raise in such a manner that the valve stem rette! That's'because P. A. Albert better than anycigat"J tUr*m.rij p.;::.1

injured. their tops heavenward. The city has scraped her right eye making an exceedingly is so delightfully good and rette you ever rolled! a:.:hrnltvry: :::.Mrefreshing :

its electric light plant fine stores painful wound. She was in a ClrYdrette- ....... _r.l glmmm .

theatre hotel or two rushed to Gainesville in an automobilein And listen! If have "...Umr wtrftt ....,.
shown in moving picture a I you .,.... _III'
interests$ being like it is in jimmy
Great and over a hundred beautiful residences. record-breaking time and an ocu- just a .m.INGE .
Clay county in the exhibit of products I treatment. lie You to a jimmy pipe hankering-
Then there is a school building list administered pronounced pipe! never seem "
of that county which are to be sent to wound dangerous one, by all means know what ;
recently completed at a cost of $10- the a fill P. A.'s sojoy'usly
get
the Ohio state fair by the Florida 0000 with a $40,000 high school building but has hopes of saving her eyesight.The a your and Prince Albert can do foryou
and Industries Company. The friendly
Farms about to be erected.H. It's a revelation in a
will be made from Green
shipment annual meeting: of the stockholders appetizing t
Cove Springs and it will undoubtedlybe pipe as well as in a cigaPrince -

a fine advertisement for the coun .alligator I. Campbell farm owner at Jacksonville of the Florida school was of the largely Montverde attended Industrial Tuesdayin Albert will be a rette! P. A. can't bite orrcvclationtoyourtllstelNo a"

ty. has purchased the ostrich farm fromC. the school offices. The report of parch. Both are cut out

D. Fraser and will operate it in President Carpenter showed the fne other tobacco at any price is by our exclusive patented
Mrs. Annie Mae.Remsen. 36, was I Insti-
of this great
connection with the alligator display. and steady growth
killed and Mr. Renwen and two chil- Mr. Campbell states the ostrich farm I tution. Two Urge buildings have iz its class And, it rolls up process.

dren were bruised and shaken up will be greatly improved with the a I- been completed during the year at n r

when a Chevrolet automobile driven dition of a carload of full grown OK cost of more than 50000. The Moline -
by Mr. Remsen was struck by a Tam- have been added to the r
with number af tractors
Indies together a e
pa bound passenger train of the Atlantic baby ostriches just out of the shells. school equipment. A herd of more j R.r I ALBERT C.rrl.ht ar .' ter

Coast Line at the'Orange Park Daily exhibitions are given in each than fifty registered Daroc Jersey r .:.;-' r R...J....R..Co.I ,... .... J,,

crossing. t farm both of which art) located on hogs have been added to the school j ,I W......- ...
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T the south side of the river near the farm during the year. Additional y N.C J r
The Rev. W. N. Taylor and Mrs. ferry landing. acreage has been put under fence and the national joy tmok '

Taylor of Santa Rosa county are receiving into cultivation, more grove land set rand

the congratulations of friends The three masted schooner Planter and the school farm and garden lands ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and Hampton Saturday Friday.
throughout West Florida because of which foundered in the gulf off are being well tilled and producing'larger children Nathan and Marguerite of Jake Kinard and family, of Wulilo, 1\1 I'll.IlIry! Thomas and lion, Howard
the twenty-second baby in the Tay miles from Key than ever before. The ninth
Sombero light thirty Starke, spent Sunday here, guests of were in our community lustVdneti- of New River are visiting relatives
lor household a girl. Mrs. Taylor becauseof of this school will open Sept. I
West last Monday went down i year Mr. J Prevatt's sister, Mrs. Viola Tho. day. here fur a few ditys.

who is thirty-eight years old. Is not a leak which developed unexpectedly :\ 6th with a student body of over 200, mas. They were accompanied home : H I). May has moved with his Mrs. L. I., Johns of Breaker and

the mother of all the Taylor children according to Capt. Owen, who and the strongest faculty and administrative Mrs. Smith; visitors to
Sunday afternoon by their niece, Miss family back{ to their farm from Cyril Hogan were
however being the second wife of Mr. with his crew of seven men has arriv- force tho school has ever Clarissa Carter. where ho had been employed for several llntnpton Beach Thursday.

Taylor. Mr. Taylor is 62 years old. The Planter was enroute to had. Nearly 200 students have had I1rn"tt'r.
ed here. O. W. Thomas was a business visitor months I Orrle Thomas, of was a
'Mobile from Philadelphia to get a to be turned away for lack of accom I caller in thin section Tuesday,
arrested at Miami to Brooker Wednesday. i Rev C. J. Brunt, of Bronscin filled
John G. Closland started modations.
of conspiracy with cargo of coal. Pumps were Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Warren spent Ills regular appointment here ol:, Mrs. W. 1'. lilrt and .children of ib
on a charge discovered the vessel wastaking W
when it
was .
others to violate the Volstead act at in but they were not ZIFF. Wednesday night at ZilT visiting rel the Baptist church Saturday und Sun l.fiuimpassed through here tnrnute I -
water I
filed 1 atives.vMr. day. I to Hampton where I they will spend a Ik
Jacksonville\ February 21, 1921 equal to the task and two suits this afternoon against: the filled rapidly, going! down about noon. Ziff, Aug. 2fi.-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Dave Shaw passed Mr and hire ..liu Koon, nf U'al.lo, '' few days with her sister, Miss' Ada t

Metropolis Publishing Company pub- The took to a lifeboat and rowedto Shaw and children of Cooler Pond, through here Friday. were visitors Sunday at the home of Nun 1110.

lishers of the Miami Metropolis, totaling the crew light. spent the weekend with the lalter's I I Alma Thomas was shopping In M>. and Mrs. J.J: *. Padgett. I II I Lou Younghlond' and, sun, Walden! It.

$100,000 based upon articles I 118rt'nts.Ir.! and Mrs. J. II. Thomas Brooker Friday. I I Mr. and Mrs. Canon ana C'llIl
in connection I in Miss Clarissa Carter of Starke and Mrs. of Melrose lit(ended Wednesday" ;'
appearing in the Metropolis The Sure Shot Timber Company is Lee Greene, of Pine Hill was Fortner

with the seizure of .schooner the name of hte new enterprise to be our section Sunday enroute to Mountentha. .' spent Wednesday visiting her "(Jus In. church here Sunday I I Dock Warren of Starke, wan visitIng -

Henry L. Marshall off Atlantic opened in Ocala. The new company Creasy Hodges. Calvin Triest, John Hull Jim Phillip -' his sister: Mrs Jim Varnes Wed $

City Aug. 2, and. his arrest. will manufacture a chemical liquid Mrs.! I). I. Palmer and children, : Laura Carter was in the Ziff section and Roy Brown have returnedhome I nesday.

- preparation for the purpose of killing Willie nnd Mabel, left Monday for Tuesday morning.( from their encampment nl; Puffy Abernathy of Graham made

The case of the yacht Curley, of trees stumps sprouts grass: and Melrose after an extended visit herewith VV. W. Brown was a caller in the Camp Johnston. a business trip here Monday

New Orleans and her cargo of liquor weeds. The new concern has secured her son, 11. Palmer. New River section Thursday. II. S. and Sam Roebuck of Guirxiflvillo ,- I Mrs IM Purrlnh and! children, of .

seized near Port St. Joe a month ago the exclusive manufacturing and sales Miss Occlla Thomas of Cooler Poml I. W. Waters and sister Miss Etta I were business visitors( hero' during Graham were visitors hero rvcunttjr. ,f '

when the vessel enroute from the Jia- rights for Florida and Cuba. It is spent Friday here too guest of Lomie of Lake Butler, spent Friday night lust week.Cleveland Tension Wynn of Graham: made a I

hamas to New Orleans sought; shelter kill and Alva Thorns here visiting at the home of Mr. and
will
claimed that the preparation Lee, of akesido, hUlllot..n business trip hero Monday
after being battered by rough trees in fifty-five days. The officer H. K. Thomas of Brookor spent Mrs. W. R. Hodges. confined tp his bed fur several Mrs Salisbury, of Graham was a 1

weather in the gulf is closed. so far of the company announce that they Sunday here. Misses Rhoda and Ileba Brown were dnys. His many friend wish him an visitor here Monday /

as the yacht and liquor are concerned.. expect to begin making shipments on Misses Alva Thomas and Amy in Brooker Monday morning.A. early recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Brown of bake
Sheriff Clark of Calhoun county has Sunday near Graham, L. Green of Pine Hill was hero
Sept. 1. Starling spent Johnnie Williamson of Lake Butler Butler, are visiting his parents Mr.

poured the intoxicant into the ditches. the guests of Mies Alma Thomas.Mr. Sunday afternoon. spent Sunday here with friends and Mrs Jasper'! Brown.

the yard and the Curlewwas and Mrs. Henry Cox and children Misses Ruby and Gracey Greene
about Jail The proposed pulp and paper mill Mi, Gilyard and son, of Waycross Willie Jones of South Florida, Is i

sold last week to persons from for Orange county promises to l>o one of Gainesville are here on a of Pine Hill spent Sunday visiting Ga., are spending a few days here itt visiting his mother Mrs Bob Jones.Mr. '

Apalachicola. of the largest! manufacturing! enterprises visit with her sister Mrs H. 1'almcr. their cousins, Greasy and Melbree. the home of Chus. Gllyard. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes and children 1

in the southeast. The company Misses Altha and Opal Lewis and Hodges. C. J. Herrington Is confined to bin. of Starke; came down here !last ,,
Trainmen on an overseas railroad of Rhoda Thomas spent Sunday guestsof Mrs. Ben Kerce of Clay no, spent I
will have a capital stock $50,000- bed with fever. Friday on a fishing trip. e
train neglected to leave ice at Long,: 000, of which an English syndicate !Miss Beulah Thomas. Sunday morning here with Mrs. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. Dees spent Saturdayand I

Key for Charles V. Kendall a fisher has taken 40000000. The site for John Shaw, of LaCrosse was a visItor Brown. ,! Sunday in New River. ar:

man residing there, and the following the mills will be about 20 miles southof in our burg Sunday.Mr. Ben Kerce, of Clayno, and J. II. SAMPSON CITY MHH| Eftiu Sloan Is visiting tier' grandmother '!p'. ;

'i; day. It Is alleged he thrust a truck will be and Mrs. Rufus Johnson and Brown were visitors to Brooker Sunday '''
Orlando and quite a city 'I
Sampson City Aug. 20.-Mr. and, Mrs. It. N. ('aln. of Louise
under moving freight train derailing The children of Graham spent Sunday morning \
I a built there to house employes. Mrs. 'Mann Robinson. arid Mr ..andMrs. for a few days.W. .
at
" one car. Kendall was arrested of 500 tons here with their brother S. L. Pres-
will have capacity i
, to plant a TIIERESSAThuresfia Hogan Smith were visitors to H. Sloan and son, Emery are .11
Miami on a charge of attempting of paper per 24 hour day and will cott.Mr. Hampton heath Thursday afternoon. visiting( Mr. and Mrs. R. Burrows. k\
and with shooting and Mrs. Luke Drawdy of LaCrosse -
wreck a train men In the
to 2,500
.
give employment Aug. 2(1.( -Miss Evie Saul Thomas wan a visitor to the Miss| Mona Varnes, of Starke, Is \ 1
taken
j.j the_Jx>ng JCey depot. He was pulp mills alone fully half as many spent Friday here guests of Woodard returned to her home at county seat one day last week. visiting her .cousin Miss Ethel, thisweek \ ,"' ..

;. to Key West for trial. being required in other branches of their brother D. D. Thomas. and children Mrs.Mel \ \ y ;
and Eugene Woods Starke Friday after spending several I. T. Thomas ..:
Messrs. Percy I .
i II the, Industry. days here at the home of her uncle Harris Orle and Irma of Brook Curl Wynn mad a business trip to .
the pelican Minnie Lonnie Parker and
1 To ascertain whether and sister ,
(
and aunt, Mr. end Mrs. S. B. Wood. er! were visiting Mr. and Mrs W. C. Lake Butler Friday afternoon. \ :j,
T. G. Pearson overhead"was attended church at
.a destroyer of food fish "Letting: the world pass sister, Llnnie over I Hunt Thursday. Howard Thomas of New River was "
examination' of Frank I>. rro,, Mounteocha Saturday night.
has for
just completed an idle dream ard.Mr. '
no and Mrs. R. Burrows and a visitor here Saturday. 1t
Mr sons
and and Mrs. D. W. Moore motor ....
Tampa Palmer visitor to Wal
all pelican nests between diver at work Wednesday upon Dave was a
negro Lee and Willie Clyde of Starke, were Dogan N W" after.
he found! ed to the county metropolis Friday on I spent Sunday
Key West. He reports that the water mains on the bottom of the do Monday. 'r:
visitors here Thursday. at Hampton Beach.
3,8718eh In the nests and that of.this Hillsborough river. Derro is the deepwater Oliver Sparks, of Louise, spent business.S. I I noon
B. Woodard was among the visitors Master Homer Sloan Is spending a Mel Harris returned from Akron. r sN
total only 28 were edible the most diver of the crew in charge! of Sunday afternoon here with friends.

valuable of which were eight mullet. installing the new 15-inch mains of Olive Padgett of Graham spent to Hampton Saturday, I few days at Louise. I Ohio Sunday night I J.1
Mrs. Blanche Campbell has returned Mrs. Ed Smith an son, J B., of '
in fish along Waterworks Co. whichare here with friends. .
He declares the decrease the Tampa Saturday
to her home in Jacksonville after Gainesville, spent a few days here The wise. man knows a foolish thing I:
1 the Gulf coast is due to the destructive being laid. Early Wednesday he Fred flaxen' of Brooker passed
when he hears It but he doesn't always
several days visit here with relatives last week. :
methods of Florida commercial adjusted his diving apparatus and through our burg Sunday. Mrs. Richard Clark of Starke is I Bert Johnf, of Starke, made a business recognize' It when he says it. i'
fishermen. weights and quickly sank to the bottom Misses Lomie and Alva Thomas '
call here last we..k.Meurs. .
of her
visiting here at the home parents
after he had Wednesday with Miss Beulah
of the river. Shortly spent
to be Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown for Hogan Smith and W. C. It keeps some parents busy gath. t
vessel
buildings
Steel for the first disappeared a little sailing Lewis. to the "beans" their children,
several days. Hunt made a business trip Hampton ering up rt
Company
erected by the Tidewater Glass came down the river and passed over- spill. '
WATERMILL Miss Estelle Woodard and brother Friday. i
newest industry rowboat !next
Jacksonville's small was
head. A *
visitors to Starke Fri. Mrs. Carl Wynn made a visit to
be Percy were
will soon the traf-
and
has been purchased while only some yards away
Never abuse whom
I New River Friday. a man from you 1C.
to B. R. Kessler, street bridge rumbled Watermill Aug. 26.-Miss Clarissa -
hipped, according fic of the Lafayette day.Mrs. .,
of borrow He still have
Charlie Smith, Hawthorne wasa a
chamber of commerce secretary and overhead. Nothing worried the Carter of Starke spent last week Powell and little ton spent money. may
Mrs Viola Saturday and Sunday at Lakeside the business visitor here Saturday little left. t ti I-
also secretary of the glass company diver. He nonchalantly went on .with here visiting her mother
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Collins Norme Wynn, of Graham made a t
wherehe guests
"
air Thomas.
breath of
Pittsburg
who returned from his work cameII" for a C. A. Youngblood and little daughter / business call here Saturday.Mrs. Very few people "die with their .
of officers and and plugged on. Albert Williams of Lake Butler
attended a meeting every now and then of Windmere li boots on" in :Mostof
directors of the corporation. The was a business visitor here Saturday Nealie, were visitors to Starke Jessie Jones this generation. :J
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs them wear shoes. '
in about member of the afternoon.A. Saturday.Mrs. ; 1;
plants will be In operation Dr. R. L. Goodbred
the weekend Mann Roberson for a few days this
Anna Willoure spent .
three months. Machinery to equip the legislature one time chief phy- T. Thomas was a business visitor
state Worthington. week If others knew us as 11I'(1 know our "
at her horn in
first unit has been purchased. sician at the state hospital for' the insane to Brooker Saturday. S, Jones of Waldo visiting selves wouldn't knowus.
member of the Mr. and Mrs Jack Goodge and son T. B. Triest was a visitor to Hamp- Berry are possibly they
for several years
his mother Mrs. Sara Jones. .
Grover Cleveland Strickland. 19, son democratic executive committee Eugene were visitors to Sampson on ton Saturday afternoon. [
state .
has returned Smith Varnes, of Starke was a visitor
Miss Rhoda Bennett
and for the last 35 years regarded\ as Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. J88p..rDrown. home from Gainesville where she has here Sunday.Mr. I There are lots of good people still(

Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Day one of Florida's leading:; physicians, been attending school. and Mrs. A. V. Varnes of Starke I left in thll werld-but they are accu. .
DniMlwt Kfand if PAZO """MCVT f.llitocuralcctiluil. found dead seated in a chair at Macksie Kelly of New River was
money
.Blind 9liwdln I or fimruiUat PU was Death caller in Brooker Saturday. Hugh Norton was a visitor over to I were visiting relatives here Thursday turned to being left. j
Tuesday. a
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Bradford Telegraph 11.acco. Marianna for choice peaches, I Dlrs. Thomas and. daughter, Lon- I''canopy last week. In the road. --Somantha is tr"ingto bonds and the state gives ti;,. -,
County
: } Apalachicola for mullet roe, the Dead ale, of ZiT( were here Saturday on ,, Mr. and Mrs. L L. Ogden, Marvin I make something out of him, but don't'I much more. So you see it It I a ,
-,- -- II Lakes up the river from Apalachicola 1 business. and Minnie and Francis Murrhee I seem to catch up very fast. He is up Good roads Is the only thing r
Published weekly and entered as for especially fine flavored honey, Fer- Mrs. Ed Pinholster and children, of'I spent Thursday afternoon in Starke. I to minchief nil the time. I've got to got to have.
second class matter at the post nandina for shrimp, Tampa and Key Jacksonville, is here on a visit with Jim Graves was a business visitor I give him a good licking and put the When we get tnem we will h
office at Starke, Florida. West for cigar factories, Tarpon her mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott. !Ito I Gainesville, Tuesday I fear of God in him. fight the people away to ke II
Springs\ for the sponge industry Mulberry Roy Andreu spent Sunday with I John McKinney and Lee Youngbloodwere I You're not going to do any such from getting all our land. Tb
r'. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner for phosphate, Fort Pierce for friends irt' Midway visitors to the county. seat last thing. You Just touch him if you be coming here and buying !in ,
pineapples, and others-entirely too Dr. Triable of LaCrosse, was in ',I Thursday. I dare. I've took over that boy and 10 and 20 acre farms, then <'
long a list to print in thin limited town Wednesday. I I Odell Abernathy of Jacksonville, and break up. This section n
The dog days ere surely upon us. 'I you just. let him alone. ,, s
Wonder what kind of dogs' they were { space. Quite an interesting history L. W. Sowell J. A. Douglass and was here Friday and Saturday. I like the state farm--one farm -,
could be written on the communities Henry demons, of Alachua at the Well well. |
(named from? Fire dogs spent Chcslcy Fogg spent Friday alongside another and we al
*-iiu of Florida and what specialty has Sunday here with>"lati\es. I(I county seat. j Come on back and finish your din- '' have to move on. Why the r IE r,
made them famous.-Times-Union J. A. Sowell is the tick lilt this' "Use your head," advises the Eustis cm Perry Newsom, of Ziff, was here are full of the news about good J js
Short Talk week. enroute to Starke. nut lard and pour over the dog. That
f Luke Region: and avers that there is Thursday from the northern part of the te
more satisfaction In thinking out your Queer that the writer should have R. F. Rivers of Lake Butler, attended I,I Messrs. Frank Beville and Odell will stop the burning. Go right in. to the southern end.I .

M own problems\ than In having others forgotten to mention Bradford county the Masonic lecture here Wed' II!i Abernathy were visitors to Gainesville Your dog is all right now, but he see there are eigni different n ad
do it for'.you. But then,t brother, strawberries. They are known from nesday night. Thursday afternoon. looks as though he had been to Johns divisions that means lots of work for
heads .pre also made 'to be punched, Key West to Medicine Hat and ore of On account' of sickness, Elma Shaw I I Mrs. Truman Dyal of Ziff spent Morgan's fish fry. j those who wish to work. They t
y and if things can be manipulate(] BOas vastly more importance r"miercfally I- our telephone operator had to be at I i Saturday at the home of O. W. Dyal. Say, Smith, how do you stand on use prisoners as far as they willI
< < to have an editor air; your: problems i than some of the products enumer I l I home last week. E. J. Murrhee and Lewis Matthews good roads T DeWitt C. Jones sent | think the sheriffs of all the in.
and take tho consequences that ated. I The B. Y. P. U. social was a sue- [ were business visitors to Waldo Sat- me a lot of new papers, telling\ about ties should get busy and round ill
may follow all the better. I I r cess Thursday night. There was a urday. good roads. I'd never thought it over the moonfchiner and put then u
BHOOKEUHrooker I I large crowd present, and all reported Truby Dyal attended church at much. They're working them all over I work. The roads are bound to .
The voting franchise! 'was granted: Aug. 2U.' -Rev. Ridenour, I'! nice time. '. Mountencha Saturday night.: the state, starting work already. The !| everybody's business no matter a' .(
... to women because they were thought of Gainesville, filled his appointmenthere I. B. Y. P. U. next Sunday night atl I !Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney state is sending road machinery and I line they are engaged in, and wi, >at
able to get along without leading Sunday at the Missionary Baptist the Free Will Baptist church at 7:30: of Sampson attended church here i tractors as fast as they are called for I I mers will have to feed the bunch j'ie
strings. Yet the state legislatures church. prompt. Sunday. and they are clearing roads from up contracts are being let nil along ;e
continually makes laws to regulate Mr. arid Mrs. II. L. Lewis and children Messrs. Robt. Lewis and Charlie j Rev Dock Crews of Long Bridge, in Georgia to Jacksonville. Then on line.
their behavior and the other day a I. spent the week-end' in Starke Kelly of Ziff, were In town Saturday. | filled his regular appointment at the south through! the center of the state. O-t to 11'0'"I1l1t'S your hi, .
congressman introduced a bill intended I Me Brs. II. L. Lewis Claude Crosby j I Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. Karen were in I Christian church.Sundaj Gainesville is coming this way thru Well, glad you stopped for uinn
to prohibit women from smoking and G. I). Colson spent Wednesday attending LaCrosse last Wednesday afternoon. I Mr. and :Mrs. Willie Reynolds of Santa Fe and Waldo to the Bradford 1 Sorry about the dog.
in public. Why not also have a law to business In Starke. Wallace Crews and Wade Harrell, | Waldo, spent Sunday at the home Rl'YI of I I county line and they are all issuing So long, Mr. Smith.. Call a;
Jas.
his Mr. and Mrs.
to prevent them from reading the Wiley Thomas and daughter, Thel- of Bradford, were here Saturday af I l parents,
front pages of the big dailies in public VM, of Cooler Pond, were in town on ternoon. I III. nolds.
To lice a woman devouring the Friday. P. Gainey was in Gainesville on I Misses Ethel Byrd and Francis
nauseating: messes dished up there is Odell} Abernathy, of Graham, passed business Wednesday afternoon. I| Murrhee attended church at !Mounte-
more unpleasant to the average man through here Thursday enroute to Pearl and Dave Greene and Tom I ocha Wednesday night Fordso
than to see her smoke. orthlngton.. Markey, of Pine Hill, 'attended the i Mrs. Newn Byrd, of Jacksonville, iuI
H. Y. P. U. social ; visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs.D. 1
Claude Crosby and Eldon Baxter here last!! Thursday I
J. .
Formerly travelers were considered were in the Cooler Pond section Saturday night. Byrd.J.
C. is ill at this writing.
great liars, as their tales sounded too afternoon. Mrs. T. B. Edwards and daughter, Barry TRACTOR
improbable for belief. Yet the halo Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children are Ruby of Bradford, were In town Friday Roy Kalch, of Hampton, attended
that surrounds able prevaricators was spending a while at Kinfsley lake. enroute to New River church Sunday night
theirs Today travelers' tales are not Reddish Andreu and F.uRtls Kelly I Seeber Edwards and Cephas Har- Miss Efllo Sloan of Sampson, spent
doubted, as all have been to the movIes of New River were. in town Saturday |f 1'1'11. of Bradford, attended services I the week-end with relatives.
and Been steamboat collisions, afternoon. here Sunday right Wiley Montgomery of Orange Park, iiMare

railway wrecks cannibal feasts volcanoes Tom Markey of Pine Hill, was In Alvin McKinney, of Louise was in visited his grandparents Friday.Mr. .
and flying fishes. But, alas, ,I town Friday. town Thursday. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal and Ruby I t I/ :

the traveler has lost) the liar's halo, r./and Mrs. CY.. Colson nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, who spent Sunday at Waldo. a.Da.y
which Is hardly a compensation for daughter, of Pine 1151"', were visitors spent last week in Jacksonville at the Wiley Ed'mondson of Sampson, was !j ir th
what he has gained.A here Friday. bedside of her father, Mr. Foxworth, a visitor here Sunday L LOnemanwithaFORDSON
Carl Lewis, of Starke; is here on a returned home Sunday. Mrs. tfrwn Byrd left for Sampson !I Do It Better
'
where she will visit her
dispatch from Clearwater says visit with relatives. Osgood Greene and sons, of Pin Saturday
that a man, who was anxious to ascertain DeWItt Godwin, of Atnchua is visjting Hill, were here Monday afternoon. brother, before returning to Jackson- \
if the pelican destroyed much relatives here. Wiley Kelly, of New River was ville.Mr. ,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Is on the sick here business and Mrs. Fate Prevatt and Tom
food fish, tackled the big contract of on Monday. TRACTOR can do more
1''.t this'week. Allen Green of Pine Hill\ here Mills motored to Sampson Sunday.Mr. .
"examining nil the pelican nests between was work easier and with less
Tampa and KI'Y'l'lIt.." He Mrs. Shrlver and son, Lewis, were Saturday. and Mrs. Roy McKinney spent J expense than two men can
found 3,371 linn, and "of the total on- in Gainesville Wednesday! I Wilma Surrency, of Bradford, wall Sunday afternoon with relatives at \ do with horses. This means
ly 2H were edible." So the pelican Don't forget, the revival meeting in town Friday. Mounteocha.Mrs. that you with a FORDSON
really lives up to his philanthropic stetting at the Baptist .church Friday I Group two will carry out the B. Y. Sparks Oliver and Gracie, of TRACTOR can actuallyraise f
appearance. But as the "examiner's" idght. Rev. J. A. Illniiton, of Surrcn- P. U. progromjrunday: night., Everybody 1 Mounteocha, attended church Sunday ,i more crops with less" J :
route Included the Ten Thousand Islands cy, Ga., will be her to help conduct Invited to come. night. work and less: expense. And ,
which would take years to explore the services I Following is the B. Y. P. U. program I Autumn Youngblood and family of i this means that your profits
the whole thing may be regarded Mr. Whitehead' of Jacksonville\ for Sunday night. Waldo, were here Sunday. '' will be greater with fewer
tea n hoax spent the weekend here attending to Song by choir. I Mack Johns and U. I). Gunter, of hours of work.
I. bas l >ness affairs. Prayer Waldo, attended church here Sunday. I
I Besides the FORDSON will take a
f OUR TUft:" NKXTDo ITarley IIn7cn of Quincy, spent aPt I Introduction-Clara Cone. I Mrs H. D. Wasdin Is. visiting rela- .. y car* of every power job on the V t
vv days of lust week with his parents Part I-T. Ii. Pinholsler. tivcs in Georgia, this week. I I. firm. It la light, alert, fI."II>I. In
not take Starke's present tardy Mr. and Mrs. G. "". lluzen. Part II-Edna Baxter. George, Ed, Arthur and Calhoun | control and operation, yet It has
r progress for what will be its future ;Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney\ of Part III-Livingston Russ Barry, Mrs. Frances Lovelace and power and endurance to fipare.
h tate. "The god In the machine" will Louise, were in town Saturday after Part I of IV-Rand Crews., Jessie Byrd( of Tampa, were calledto You should Me the FORDSON )
come, sooner or later, us ho has come noon. Part II of -Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. the bedside< of their father, J. C. at work capabilities.to appreciate We its will wonderful gladly-

1o many other places, and then there There who have been attending the I Song, "Ilescuo the Perishing". Barry Saturday give you the proof if you will s
will\ he IIo>r't1inr! doing, for we are normal in Gainesville, returned homo Part V-Mrs. L. A. Brown. Dr. Parks of Hampton, was here ark for them,either by a personal
e') fixed that he can Ira to work at I lust ,\'('(. j' Duet-Inez Abernathy and Elms Saturday and Sunday. call, phone of poet card rear
once. Ll.tIII who can di so buy properly \Mr. and )Mrs. I. W. I'inholster attended I Shaw.I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son,

and I mill OH' what they alreadyluive the cemetery working at New I Part VI-Willie Mae Oliver. Paul, of Brooker, were visitors here .- .....," ,
iiiid you will have something Kiver Friday. 'I Quotation"!)-Arfliie Brown, Frazier Sunday afternoon. ( ."
valuable when the inevitable boom Pearl Lewis, of Stnrke, is here visiting Shaw Pitt Baxter, Royce Gainey. John McKinney, of Sampson, at-
OOIl1<'S. Let us keep: up' our courage relatives I I Closing( song, .' tended church Sunday night here
and put no obstructions in the way of Several\ of the young folks from '' "A. B. Surrency nnd son, Mallie, ofI Dock Brown and children were visitors
progress( for our future depends: on here spent Thursday afternoon over I I Pine Hill, were here Tuesday morn to Sampson Sunday.
how we act toiiny.Wo ut Hampton Iteach. f ing. Harry Eddy. .. of Mounteodia! was 'G2522KOuB.
+ frequently hear of places enjoying Richard Hague, of Bradford, was ,I[ Luther Harrell, of Bradford, was here Sunday.Joe DerateJ.
! booms, which have not one- in town Saturday. j] here Tuesday morning. Cail left Sunday for Tampa. i'.YAIr 1
half of tho advantage that we have, I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency IIn.11 I !Mr. and Mrs I.V.. Pinholster were Mrs. Sim Thomas and daughter, ----
only that they have been 1 "discovered." daughter Vera, of Pine [Hill, spent i in LaCrosse Monday. Irene, of Waldo, spent the week-en(1 I- -
But the discovery of this suction 11 I Sunday here with relative I I Stephen Hague, of Bradford, was at the home: of J. C. Barry. .--- :::
sure to come, and It will come soonerif Mane Andreu spent Friday at New I in town Wednesday.Ci Mrs Rachel Prevatt and George ---=:---- .,
we git out to meet it. Let us all\ Rtver.Mr.. I i Jackson, of Waldo, attended the cemetery -r-- ...
i' work together for the advancement and Mrs.\ Odell Abernathy, of' :It AII AM working: Thu-lId8Y. 0
1t of Starke and\ Bradford county. Graham paused' through lIne Sunday J I I Mr. and Mm. i'ufus Johnson and
afternoon. I![ Graham, Aug. 20.-:Mrs. Equilla I II children spent Sunday with relatives \
v';' ormu: WOOD, John Pinholslcr and l Eldon Baxter I Dixon and Alvin Wnsdin spent Mon- at Ziff. .
were In Lake Butler Sunday( afternoon 1., day and Wednesday in Gainesville on School opend Monday with Prof
ii 1 Near the Chnttahonchee river in I' I business levels. of Florahome, as principal,
/ limited area, grows a Btnnll tree of thu News was received here Saturdayof < (I I.ee Dyal spent the week with his Mrs. Equilla Dixon n's intermediate, ( 1 1s
cedar furnily\ which is called\ by dif- the death of Mr. black Lewis, of sister, Mrs. W. Wasdin, at Waldo. find Miss Lets. F'gij, primary.
I f.nntla IIWfI. A few cull it "gopher Miami, which occurred Friday !Mr. | E. j. Murrhee was a business visitor -
wood." Nouh'ti ark is said to have Lewis was at one time a resident. of to 7.\ff\ Monday
k .' been built of gopher wood, and II this place and had many friend* here I 0.V.. Dyal made a business trip FARMERBROWN
I pseudo scientist, hungering for notoriety : who extend their sympathy to the bereaved I to Waldo Monday ,
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pretend to believe that the ones. J. A. Graves was a business visitorto -
+ /e famous craft was constructed 1 where Harry McDonald, of Gainesville, Hampton Monday. Hey, Sliver! W. ANDREWS Jr.
the tree mentioned grows Thus we, wale In town visiting friends Sunday Wiley Edntondson of Sampson, wasa I wonder where that boy has goneto. ,
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, r fee Iu many uenxutioii loving papers afternoon business caller here Tuesday. If he put that turpentine over that AUTHORIZED
,',, this heading, "N ,\h may have built K. A. Wl'eksVIIB in Stnrke Tues | A crowd of our folks enjoyed a fish dog, J'Itan\ his hide when he dues
I his ark in Went Florida" The tat day I I. fry at Sampson lake Tuesday. show up.R'ho Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE
I tlersho first came !tore were not I>. J, Byrd, of Graham was in town I I I K. II. Murrhee I was a visitor over is this Sliver?
diptinguiMhed; for Knuwleilgc of natinal Saturday. I' to Sampson' Tuesday. He is just a stray boy I picked up FLORIDA

history and KfiVj: iniongrous names Sumner Andreu. of Bradford, was in I II I Roy Kalch of Hampton, was hero ,---.-,,-- ---- --- ---,.-----,-::- ..__ .,. .
to the objects.they fori-d A gopherwas town Saturday afternoon. I Wednesday. "
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called u salamander, a land tortoise |. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Clemons, of Pine Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren, of Ziff,
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a gopher: a big lizard u scorpion, I Hill, were here Friyhiy.Mr / (',,'an,1Ir: !\. Wittichen, of Jacksonville,
a scorpion n centipede, and so on. [ and Mrs G. B. Colson and son, I'I'!'''''Plt Wedneidnv lit the home of Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
The tree in question may have been Rcssic, spent Thursday afternoon ut and Mrs. D. J. Ilyrd.f 1\1r'l .
dubbed gopher; wood from that mentioned Hampton Beach I f Truman Tholl1n'. ", of Ziff, was .
1 in the Bibles To try to explain Dave Green, of Pino Hill, spent Wednesday, If your local mercham doe not carry your want come here. Many women in your community ..hop
doubtful Scriptural passages: by the Sunday afternoon here. I| Lewe< Matthews was a business here. Our aim i i. to at all lime render good *service maintain a high quality of good and sell at mallet
names current I In the Florida bnck- Mrs. Oliver and daughter, Willie visitor to Waldo Wednesday. price po. ible. Our stocks are equal in size of any store in the etate with the exception of one city.71ir .

'yvooda Is futile.IMPORTANT. Mae, and Iva (Cnlxon of Pine Hill, attended I I Miss Stella Smith of Waldo, spent.
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services here Sunday night: the week with her mother I
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HEM :MISSED Mrs G. ,,. Ha7.enllId son, lIarll'Y'1 John Starting, of Sampson, was a Qtltl l rService
!left Friday for :Miami, where Mrs.+ I business visitor here Thursday.The } Mm I
Queer, inn't It, how some mysterious flaxen was called on account of the t cemetery working at Mt. Sinai/ I

psychological influence prompts illness of her father. i iEllery I was largely attended, Thursday GAINESVILLEFLORIDAAll
communities to specialize in Homo I Thomas of Ziff, has bought Colonel Crosby and family, of the
particular product or industry? Hastings : the'lIrh'r shop here. Mr. SO\\'l'II'1,j Shake Ray settlement, was here on t
has nation-wide fame for its Jr-I who owned the shop has 110"111<''' Thursday enroute to Mountcocha.
'ish potatoes, Sanford for its superior to Alachua. I| Berryan Dyal and son, Berry, of Postage Charges Paid By Us On Mail Orders :
celery, \Villi ton for its crisp rucum-// Harley Thomas of Graham wni Sampson, attended. the cemetery I I
here Live Oak for its luscious watermelons a visitor here Saturday i working Thursday. An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced shopper-Let her f
Montlcellu for watermelon Mrs. Stokes, of LaCrosse, !la hereon ]I MathVasdin spent Thursday In J.. .Jlt" '. "> " """- .hop for you-Just write. ai. I'I'
need find pecans, Tallahassee for dairy a visit with her !granddaughter, Gainesville.Alvin I 'I., .
products!, Quincy for cigar leaf to- Mrs. K. T. Crosby, Wasdin visited friends at Mi-



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-- -- -I' C. L. Yarns, of Johnstown, E. E. and = "
compelled to go on visits just to keep

visitors! coming; to them and eating I Miss Marshall Proctor of Lake But :

ler. Mrs. l;. L. O'l'rbuf Richmond, GENERAL INSURANCEHAROLD
then out of house and home. A few 'JI

Bits of LocalInformation t( i j mover work at all, apparently, and It I Va., and T. D. Procter of Bartow. Besides -

'I' puzzling how they are able to pay her immediate family she is survived C. WALL :}

fir gasoline and railway, farea.!! Bettor by one sister, one brother anda
host of relatives In the state of STARKE FLORIDA "l\
stay at home and work, and let '

t our correspondents mention the improvements Georgia. Mrs Proctor departed tills : .'

z;... * Omr Tfl. 1I mjttjj" M4 you make instead of your life August 20th! at her home In Lake' II FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEWANTED

rr./.*.. tm a*. C.n.. d._ r_ joy rides Butler, and was laid to rest in the ,I .., 0"
t'II I ]Dekle cemetery, Rev. G. W. :S.' Ware -- :'
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-... --.w.-r J Sherwood Dull, of Jacksonville, i .. I..
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I A. C. Strickland was the loader in the \ -
1 a few days with Earl Lewis. "JI 0< '
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6116; cures Malarial Fever. I II the week end at the home of Mr. and I choir that Bang so sweetly at the \ 0
I Mrs. G. W. Alderman.
that known all "Asleep
grave song by '
.1 I L Green and family have moved I t
Miss Ethel Hunt of Hampton, Is lu Jesus."
Mulberry.G Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
ti I llihhop and little
II visiting Misses Ethel Grillln and From the vast number of friendswho
I daughter have to Green Cove !.
gone attended the burial and the large
Madge. Middleton in Starke this week. : I
of Theressa
M. Bennett, was int to visit Mrs. Bishop's parents, Mr. I
mound of floral that i
,m-n Tuesday i ili..s iI I and Mrs. Prevatt. Mayor Joe Hill Williams, of Lake pie tel)' covered the offerings grave and aroundit com Ten Carpenters and Two Finish Men : \

Eva Powell has returned home' Butler, was transacting business in showed how highly this dear old I
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: ;Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Beasley have
Starke Tuesday.Mrs. lady held in tho appreciation and To
from Newton, N. C. I moved here from Tampa and are occupying was Start Work Immediately
I --- love of every one.who knew her. A

MyTism kills pain. I the house recently vacatedby Ellery \M. Davis has returned true Christian, devoted wife and hoeing
Rub- N. Stcrnlerg, on Eighth street. I
home after a visit of. two weeks with mother.

her' parents at Archer. Consumers Lumber Co.
and childrenare
Mrs. James Shepard I 666 Cures a Cold quickly. IIIIA111'OIlDBradford

visiting, relative in Georgia. .... . .
14 million E. M, Johns, Esq., had business in . . ." T' .. . -. .
I boys need new Jack,.t Palatka before Judge A. V. Long ', Aug. :20! .-J. L. Edwards is
Thelma Brown, of Raiford, isisiting for school. We can't for all
Miss supply ,
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Tuesday and Wednesday of this and son, Evan, and J. R. Hamilton, of -
', Miss Elizabeth Brownlee.L but. we. have them for you, 0 to 14 I -
Ellcnton, spent a few days of thin -
i years, 69e.! :Morgan's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harbour and week with relatives.Mr. 1

L. King is in Oxford assisting in children and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg, of and :Mrs. C. M. Andreu and
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meeting by doing gospel! singing Miss Elizabeth I!row nice and broth I I
? j jIrs. Jacksonville, are spending a while at mother, Mrs. Baxter, attended churt'l'1at \ .. -
er, Hugh Brownlee, Jr., spent several I the Truby place on Kingsley lake. Miller\ Saturday. Children are ;

:\ Robert Bass is spending this days ]last week at Kingsley lake as the I I Miss Huttie Weeks, of, l."CroRMr.I'

'voek in Live Oak visiting relatives. guests *of their aunt, Mrs. T. r-;. Lim- I Mr. and Mrs II. L. Lewis motoredover spent the week-end with her cousin

baugh. I from Urooker und spent the weekend Miss Lucille Harrell.
all '
received Jumper Dresses,
Just at the home of his brother, G. W. Mr. and Mrs T. B. Edwards. and 1
and white $1.35 to $1.75. Morgan's. Roscoe McLane and returned t
colors family '
Mr Lewis has Good Savers!
Lewis, north of town. daughter, Ruby, attended the cemetery .
home from their lake cottage
Kingsley I.
recently sold his farm and! will leave working at New River Friday.
last week after two
spending I
in a few days for south Florida Mrs. T. L. Willis was shopping in
Itub-My-Tism cures sores. months at this popular summer resort -
Worthington Thursday
Mrs. Ralph B. Rhodes returned to I'
Gus Long, of Palatka, is visitinghis her home in Tallahassee Friday, after O. W. Barry was n business visitorto r
Brooker Children once they catch the spirit are :zealous
Saturday. ,
cousin, Telfalr Long, at Kingsleylake. F. A. Scott has set a good civic example I the week in Starke with I very
)by having all the weeds cut on spending Alvarez. Master Ercell Edwards spent the ,Io.kl'nd saver It is a pleasure to watch the beaming smilesof
her Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
I I parent \ with Mr. and Mrs. I' A.I'
his enthusiasm that light their countenances they
vacant lot next the drug store. up as

Miss Clara Mae Durden, of Tampa, Now let other property owners do Williams, of New Ri\er. j call at the bank to make deposits.
her sister Mrs. O. L. Beasley. I Miss Geneva Ilarrell and brother, :
is visiting likewise.
and
Mrs. F. Scott daughters.
George of Guy, were shopping in LaCrosse Fri II Our boy and girl friends frequently tell us what they
and Louise
Aliases Gertrude, Lnja ,
.- -* Hilious Fever. I I Sutherland, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alva day.Miss are saving money for. Now and then even a little one R)

Miss Julia Alvarez is visiting her Wright. of St. Petersburg, came Wednesday Elms Edwards left Saturday will be found who has already started to save for college.
Mrs. David Oliver and children, for fl'w'e'ks visit with relatives I
sister Mrs. W. G. Brooks, at Hninea a
I to visit Mr. and Mrs F. A. Of course, mother and father are helping, but i +
Mrs.| Fannie Bryan and children, of in Palmetto.
City. Ft. Lauderdale, left last week aftera Scott and to spend sometime at Sumner Andreu attended 1 church tit : the point it that the little on'e is learning the value of P

New: garden seeds for fall plantingat visit at the home of Mr. and Mr. ,\Uvlngsley lake. Miller Sunday.J. money end of sensible economy.

8123t. W. A. Bessent. '\'. Surrency spent thu wt'ek-end
White's. -- 1 Dr. E. T. Campbell received a let-I with his family.ANNOUNCEMENTS'. Bring your children to UI and let them open accounts. (}
his sinter
from
Wednesday
has \ N. T. Ritch and little I '
Carl Floreus, of Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs.[
t I lives at Altona! 111., saying that I
been in Starke during: the week, visiting son, JC. T. Jr., and Miss Vivirettc '
been
t Mon, Mr. John Bnskcrvillc, had I
friends. Floyd left last week for Colorado .
appointed to a place on the staff of
Colo. where they will visit'
Springs, ,
L C. Powell ail. son, John Powell, Mr. Ititch's daughter, Mrs. Arthur I I the Miami Herald and would! hereafter .
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be resident of Florida. This Information Bank of Starke"The
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made a business trip to Jacksonville Hillis. I For Clerk\ Treasurer & Tax Collector'I
j pleased Dr. Campbell very
;Monday.[ I I hereby announce myself a camh-
much for the that he is. IIn untiring 'II
reason
Looks like it Just won't l'nin-llUt, I date for the afire of Clerk Treasurerand '
I booster of Florida and loses noopportunity Bank of Helpful Service"Under
666 cures Chills and Fever. cheer up. There's going to be n shower I I Ii Tax Collector for the town of

i anyhow If you lire not preparedfor i I to sing: the praises of the :I Stnrke. Having nerved tho town IIKclerk State Supervision /rl

Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan- it, have a look nt our damask and state. I \ for several years, I consider

dine, is here visiting: her son, L. A. :I linen offerings. Morgan's. I i myself competent, to fill the office and E.S. Matthew., Pres. C. C. White, Cashier. ilI

Davis, Jr. PHESIJYiniUAN: shall if elected'; use my bout endeavors -
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fifih cures Itiliousncss. to discharge the duties of the office -I
Col. A. Z. Adkins spent' several. I Sunday ",'hotl nt 10 a. in. to the full satisfaction of all. I' ,

days this week in Sanford attending I Miss Minnie Bessent, of Ft. I.au- Sermon' ut 11 a. m. Subject, "The I Your support' at the ensuing election. DtruI.mWCDWmtuWQIDtDWtI 1 : ( ) DIUilC1JCIDUlCJDCI/Cl.mmjjGlalIOCDmmCllJcnQlmlDruCDoowQCUW( ) : ( / ''In

to> legal business. I derdnlc, Is here visiting her parents, !! Insiders and the\ Outsiders" will be much 1I1"I'rl.'llIt..I. Id

w I Mr.[ and :Mrs W. A. Bussent. Miss I The Christian Endeavor will be held I C A n'Teli' II 7 i.ljj

J. M. Mitchell and :family have returned ricssent has I been to Atlanta to purchase in connection with the regular Wednesday ____.__._ __._ _
to town after A vacation at a fall and winter stock of millinery evening prayer meeting. !

Kingsley lake. *" : \ and will soon return to Ft..I Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject, "A Momentous MICHELIN
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Lauderdale. I Question." We'll be looking:

Dr. E.-L. Biggs;: ;: is having his residence I for you. rENT-A-\VORD

on North Walnut street enlarged I J. E.: Moines" Jr., who spent last Your Bervant In Christ. ( has overcome the commonest h

I nnd! repaired.Miss I week as the guest of Hollis Knight I DAVID LANDER. of lire trouble
r causes'
returnedto ___ '
I nl Kingsley;: l lake and Stnrke, I nI

Ern Huynes, of Vidalia, Ga., his home in Luke Butler Monday. I TOWN TICKET; MADE I'I' -- - -- -- -- ---- ,
spent the past week here visiting:: relatives He was accompanied home by Hollis Hilt SAM: (ii EAI' One heave< mule

and friends. Knight'who will upend several daysas :No. Candidate 1 Vii lime Opposition i Ernest GessniT, Stnrke. 8-12-St'

I I lit Next lilt[ .rtdun 1----- .Llrd Quality Construction I
his gucxt. ---- - -- --
6C6 Cures Dengue Fever. 5-13-ZOt. :I .1I WANTEI TO THAIn: --(.
Prof. II. B. Lane came up Saturday l The city council met Tuesday nightto I worm truck for a pair' of heavy tur ',| '

Miss Madge Middleton\ lias returned from Gainesville, where he has been make up the tickcf for the electionto pentinc mules A. D. Andrews, Hal- 'I' In All Sizes k

home after 'spending several weeks in teaching in the summer school of the take place September 13th. The I ford. 8-12-tf. JNEW II J ,
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Jacksonville visiting) relatives I II I I University of Florida, and spent several -t names on the ticket will be as follows -
CATALOGUE Full edition ,
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I 1 I days here as the guest of II. B. i : I -

Hardy Williams, of Frostproof, is Wiggins, county superintendent of Mayor-L. A. Davis, Jr. Contains a fund of fine information : Michelin small-size casings are made of the
here on u visit to his mother, Mrs. I bo voted for- I for the newcomer or beginner Aldermen (two to
public instruction. I same high quality materials, in the same factories dA
theme familiar
Mary Williams, and other relatives. I i ___ S. A. Bryan, 0. J. Griffin. of great value to already 1 ;

I Fromcthe Taenme( .) Newsi : !' Clerk, treasurer and tux collector with Florida truck growing, by lliesame' workmen as the 'larger sizes .
See of, wide goods : If riot receiving I Icatalol'ue f
our showing yard you are already our
i Tribune we learn that B. F. Hume, n C. A. I'uteh.Tux .
in 1.2 Inch checks popular colors, 25 write today for Michelins are the big tires for small cars-.big"
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brother of. Mrs. E.: Campbell assessor-C. A Knight Iii L
cents yard. Morgan's. gore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla.KiI'l in dimensions and big in pc'rformunce.If .
I this city, has been pointed secretary Marshal-Silas Kite. f

of .the Olympia, Wash., chamber As will be seen, no candidate has 8-0-41. drive Ford Overland Chevrolet
Maxwell s
Ruth a
Misses Dorothy Townsend and -' you
of common, the moat important opposition and they will succeedthemselves. IIAII'OlilrRaiford t' 4
Brown of Palatka visiting Miss i Dort Briscoe. nell, or other light
lire coast. car, you
body of the kind on the Pacific Those who Vote for the
Margaret Long at Kingsley lake. I II I will find in the of
Miche.
some years first time need have fear of making greater economy use
I He held the same position no Aug. 2<>.-W. 11. Andrl'wst,)
but resigned to enter war work. mistakes-all they have to do Is to Jacksonville lin Tire. Come in and let us show you the ex.
visitor Tuesday
Mrs. W. B. Hayncs, of Vidalin, Ga., ago i was a
I to make a cross-mark before each tra value in Michelins.Smith's .
left for her home Monday after a visIt i Miss Helen Naurieht: and little

with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Haynes. Much cordial interest is marrlarreI being I name. I brothers, Ralph, and Jack, left Thursday k.

shown in the approaching for Kingsley lake, where they

Ilub-MyTism kills infection. of Miss Ina Alderman and Mr. G"o'l i MKH. s. s. ritocinit hnve rented the Alvarex cottage for '

C. White. Invitations to the marriage the remainder of the summer. Mrs

W. E. Jones, formerly of Bradford of this popular young couplewere I!,I Lake. Butler, Aug. 23.-Gloom and I Dorothy Shelly of Jacksonville\ will' a; Garage
fInd sadness came over our town last Saturday
county, now of Chuluuta, Orange:: issued early last week, are '' join them there Sunday aid] spend the

county, was a pleasant caller at our as follows: Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeWellington when it was announced' that summer with them. i g
the''' one of our dear old citizens: Van no STARKE, FLORIDA i
Alderman requests
office Tuesday.J. L. C. White, of Lake City, was visiting 11 tidmrwono *
I She hnd answered the call of .
at the marriage i more.
honor of your "presence here during last week, guest/: of ()<'>lYlJwllllCllwlDmWlJlmlJltfJCJG1mmlDQmmmmD1mmmmmmmmmmmmanum[ > }a
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M. Truby returned Saturday I of their daughter: Mary Ina, to our Heavenly father whom she served Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews. | --- 1 1Butler
from extended to points in Charles Whit( on Tuesday ': faithfully from childhood. Mrs
trip George
an Mr. Miss Morlne Whitehead, who h. North and of September, at three i I R. S. Proctor, who before her marriage parents here.A.
Carolina, Pennsylvania the sixth vlRltlnloh..r sinter. Mrs. II. I) visitor to
New: York.J. I o'clock in the afternoon, First Baptist I i was Miss Martha F. ]Hay, was Andrews, for the past weck.fleft Saturday I Karl: Whitten was a afternoon S. Crows was a business visitor
Church Starke Florida. I I )horn October 20, 1843, near Camden, II i Kingsley hike Thursday to Luke !llutler Saturdny.
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for Lawtcy where nho willspend
last
J. I. Moody, of Hufip, spent
I I Karl: Whitten visitor
to
X. C., removed with her parents to wn".n'
has
J. some pop
,Truby :
grown
; a few days with relatives before ,,
j with here.
I week-end l his family
: corn thin season. It turned out well I I (' our country letters, a South Georgia when she wan a child, I returning to her home In Kingsley hike Sunday afternoon

and samples shown us were second to 1 large: portion of the people are at ,i united with the Baptist church at the I sonville. Ja'k'i! Mrs. U. I D. Alulriwslnd
none. I home working only half the time, I early age of 12 years. On November Shepard. Moore wan a visitor to Irma arid J Hump', motored! to Iawh'y business visitor here Monday cN

I upending the other half visiting and 23, 1870, she was married to Rev.! S. Ktarkp Friday night !Saturday'; afternoon. W. II. Aruln-wn was a visitor to
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Miss Inez Sparkman, (If Jacksonville for pleasures. Some famill seemtiatnr I S. Proctor, came to Florida Forty- I Mrs. Fannie" Bryant and little dautfh- Quite a crowd attended the picture Starke 1'uellTIlYI"orfilnlC.

and Miss Alma Sparkman, of I .,.--- I five years ago; thirty-two years of hrI1i"< \ Mae, who have been visiting \ show at the prison farm Saturday I Jim Howling und little son, Cecil,

Tampa, are guests: cf their aunt, Mrs Catarrh C". (' Cured I that time she lived\ in Bradford coun- relatives in Jacksonville for the night. and Barney Hendricks were visitors)

If. S. Mansell. C..ra-h I. ale, .11 .'C 4u.d, .1 i I ty. To this union were born seven I !past two weeks, returned to their I !Mrs.!! :May Hood 1, of the state prison to Starke Tuesday mronlng. r

II .n..d. by cunstl"" .."' '', ... uiUit l,, .I''"'u., I children, five girls and two hoyit. Six hume here Sunday.Mr. farm, wn shopping in town during Mr. and/ Mrs. W. II. Andrews werevisitors '
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Hub-My-Tiem for rheumatism. h..rotor. requtre e ." ; <>f them grew to manhood and womanhood business. the week.B. tll Heilbronn Sprints; 8umla! '
thru4the Nahb: of Sapp, was a '
; and fanntak.IliAnirratlbY the tin tti':'rt'atJ! : ,. one daughter dying In infancy; visitor here Thursday aftern'ion. I*. Andrews, who has peen employed \\'. I. Itobi-rts, of Jacksonville\ w '
Curl Alderman, of Palatka 141001 I nn C' It M Mrs. P. P. D kle, of Five Mile, Mrs of his fnmll .i
be onAut I 1 W. II. Andrews warn visitor in Jacksonville for the gust the w..k.f.nl.guellt
deetrnv.t Jr.,
Mrs. DK9NI f nt.
Jay Alderman, of'al<1o, spent 010I VV
I '; .1:::: returned to his home here town. n
the dlse.a. tha pSejrat etrsi dh Datnprovtne 1 to Jacksonville. Friday.. two weeks, ,
...n.r"I .health and arlIMa colds" Caws tjrtn ant In'Iuenrs I duughu' "'
"he Quinine -at Doc 'Mot' Alice T -> laa.l: Id ,dol"the lu wi rll. | Tom ChnntBin, of Lake Butter, was Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Alvarez und
Brrmiwof Its tonic and l In..'!'ve ..ff",". *_ A- All UrtiKKi t.", orlUr* tre. I.AXATIVK J3HOMO CLOTHE: I TiMntsimov.. .I htcaiua. here several timfs during last w ek. I! Miss Mildred Kfcklilcr, of 'Jacksonville Alma, w'r.vl ltorll to 0;: """ 1 1lay.
I 11\ f: UROMO OUlNINt (tel: net I can be taken .'. J. Cheney" Co.. Toledo. Uhto.. There id only "be "-*" OulnU.'
In by theh..d.anviia vrtthnut L.W.GkO'EDsR rau.in4' ni-rvouiint-M Bluro no or bv rinrtmd>. :3W t. W GROVES n..i.w- nn boa 3a.s.w'.uo | S. T.'I>owllng! was a visitor to Luke spent last weekend with her ( .











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: _-IOGOI- accaoi aonoc !00 =/>.- -----> =O- OCIO dent results hatching eggs shouldnot Isn't it worth while for Florida cat Dye.The

be more than two weeks of age tle-raisers to get busy in the matterof regular semi-monthly preach.

I [ Bradford County Farmers when placed in incubation. Fresh eggs raising fewer "canner," the meat ing serviceswill be held at the Meth.

: fl produce the stronger and more vigorous from which people will not buy, and odist church, South, next Sunday, at

: Ow Q 0 OII.,OOOQQ aoQOao oao chicks. During the time that the raising cattle that produce beef of the 'both morning and evening hours, by

eggs are held before placing in an incubator quality that the people are buying the pastor Rev. Henry Ezelle, of

i and studied ways and means of a ; highly capable and sincerely earnest, or under a hen, they shouldbe and will continue to buy as long as Brycevflle. Everybody is invited u!

: scale for packing houses and' who devote all their strength and effort kept at a temperature of approximately beef is an important item of diet? a. m. and 8 p. m.

growing. i to the noble task'of bringing 60 degrees F. It is advisableto Think it over. Then get busy.- Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville .

I about unity of spirit and action between turn the eggs once a day especial. Times-Union. spent several day last week in
ly+ I Bay-Gave a demonstration in the all farmers.
ly if they are kept for more than a Lawtey.
of orange trees this week; Relation of Interf'tltl"Don't
week. Mrs. Loadholtz recently purchased
in this LAWTEI"Lawtey
I oranges county. think that your farm is a a place in the northwestern portionof
45 club boyi and girls
a picnic
I I private world all your own; and don't FLORIDA MARKET FOR FLORIDA town from W. M. Redding, which
I Bear Creek on the sixth. Aug. 26.-Miss Bessie Terry -
let your neighbor have any such idea BEEF she i. having reshingted and otherwise

in regard to his farm. You have a of Jacksonville spent Sunday attics remodeled, preparatory to mov.

Polk-The strawberry acreage of vital interest in your neighbor's farm home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs ing into it in the near future.

county will be doubled this year; That there is a constant market in T. J. Terry.A .
and he has a vital interest In
yours.
are now preparing: their I Florida for beef needs no.argument.It daughter was born to Mr. and
It Man for his sins here below
Is the duty of every farmer to see pay

I that all the land in his community is I is a fact that is evident in the car Mrs Blaine Teston Wednesday.Mrs. but the devil doesn't give him any

producing to capacity. In helping loads and carloads of beef sold in Louise Lowery returned home credit on account.

Alachua-Hogs are beginning/ Florida every day in the year except from Jacksonville last week, where
each other, you help yourself; for the
to market and prices being re-I Sunday and consumed even on that he had spent several days.A .
more prosperous your community, the Confidence in the doctor is the beat
are better than for several sea day. That is, there is constant sale son was born to Mrs. R. D. Bennett
more prosperous you will be. part of the prescription.
". I here of beef-Imported largely from last week.

"Remember, too, that you have an other states. This is not because good
Interest Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughters, Contentment depends, not
in building up your villagesand beef cattle cannot be upon whatwe
Santa Rosa-Local farmers produced here. Misses Pearl and of Jacksonville
co-op Janet have but what
towns. Stick to your home mer upon we want.
I Florida'but
shipped a carload of sweet They are produced in not arrived Friday and will spend a
chant. Patronize village butcher.

this week, which netted them Get friendly with your your town bankerhe's -- in quantity demands or quality What's to the satisfy FlorIda few days with relatives and friends. The honesty of some people is dependent

a bushel. and ad- answer? Louis Brown of Waycross, Ga., wasa wholly upon what'they
| always glad to help The Times-Union has been cannot
permitted -
|
vise. Buy'your furniture, your groceries to see at letter addressed to Mr.J. business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday get away with without getting

Huval-I have had a number of re and Wednesday.Miss caught.
implements in near-
,
your your
II. Thomas vice
president of the
/ I recently to inspect soil for new est town. Don't let village barber Lucile Herndon, of Macclenny
your Monroe & Chambliss Bank'in Ocala I
who ,are not willing to pur starve. Every cent you spend in Marion who made ofI is spending a few: days at the homeof II Most people fall in love at sight -
county, Inquiry
I without the advice of the coun town "remains in town. The value Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. I with the dollar.
ofI Williamson & Dennis, live stock dealers -
}' agent I your land, the ease with which you I I in Jacksonville, relative to the Enoch Griffis spent severaldays of

of last week at Daytona Beach.C. I To Cure a Cold In One Day
\ secure help, the happiness your cattle feeding industry in Marion I
Putnam-Two of the week R. business Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tahlptn) It
days Sapp was transacting ,
family the likelihood of the boys remaining ,
county and the marketing probabilities top*the(Cough and jfoad.uhe end worim| off'the
spent with local farmers in Starke Monday. Cold. E.W. GROVE' eliluature on each bux 30c.
on a on the farm, these all dependnot of cattle there fattened and for I ,

of inspection into Marion county on the farm no much as. on the sale. T. J. Terry and family returned

we visited some of the most nearby village. By increasing the home Thursday from Kingsley lake, (No Worm In a neaitny Child:
Dennis close and
' farms of that county. prosperity of the village make Mr. Frank a very where they had spent about two All children troubled with Worms have aa unhealthy
you practical observer of what is going on weeks. I color: which ludlcatei pour blood and as aI
your farm more valuable and your I rule. tlMre I. more 011.I .. stomach disturbance
the cattle business in
Orange-With a favorable winter life more pleasant. ,, in particularly Arthur Griffis, of St. Petersburg, .KOVE'S TASTELESS CHILL IONIC glvra regularly

the carrying quality of our ,, Florida l is the writer of the letter, a spent last week in Lawtey at the for two or three. weeks will enrich the blind.
Nothing too Good for Farm Wife before Improve thedinestlon and act as a teneralStnmitth
of which is Mr. Den
will be better than last copy us. home of his Mr. and Mrs. .
year, parents, riling Tonic to the wJiole system. N.turewlllth.n
, to the use of more potash. More "The really successful farmer now nis is not at dismayed.\ lie tells I Enoch Griffis. throw off or dispel Ihe worms,and the Child wtllta

adays is not the one who has the most Mr. Thomas so and gives his reasons In perfect. health. Fleaaant to take. tIOc per boWa
is absolutely essential, if full Henry Burney was a visitor to
contented cows; it's the one who has
for being convinced that Florida hasa
of a good carrying/ quality are Jacksonville Sunday.Dr. A TONIC
the happiest wife. When is
a woman very large market for beef cattle,
.].
E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Drove' Tasteless chill Tonic
willing to stand shoulder to shoulder restore
and always will have, and especially
with the man of her choice in his relentless for Florida-raised cattle, provided the professional visitor to Lawtey Sat. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

)1If'ola-Tul'Rday the local urday. Enriching: the Blood. When feel iu
grow struggle to subdue the soil right sort are raised, cattle that can you

co-operative association held an until it yields its golden harvest, and will furnish as good beef as that Mrs. Lacy Griffls, of Manning was strengthening Invigorating effect see how

meeting, at which plans when she is willing to forego the coming from any other state. the guest Thursday of her parents, It brings color to the cheeks and how

made for co-operatively buying comforts and pleasures of the cities Mr. and Mrs. John Mann. it Improves the appetite, you viil then

for the fall crops of mem there l is nothing too good for her. Referring first to the temporary I Mr. and Mrs. J. B .Dye and son, of appreciate Its true tonic value.

"There l is farmer closing of the Armour packing plant Jacksonville, visited relatives in Law. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
n<> reason why
Mr. Dennis says that should not discourage I Iron and Quinine suspended la So
I tey Saturday. syrup.
boys should flock to the cities. It is
I Suwannpe The those in Florida who have : The Sunday school pleasant even children like It. The blood 1(
I pigs for the memi no task to milk the Lawtey Baptist
" easy cows or mow
been giving more or less attention to needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
I .. of the fat barrow club were de- held their annual picnic at Kingsley'lake
i the fields but who heard of
; ever a
k the raising of cattle for beef purposes Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
to the boys Saturday. The farmer lad who feared hard work ? It Thursday, and was attended by
Grip germs by Its Strengthening Iflvigor-/
for On the
+ and of hogs pork. con
was a great event. isn't the work it's the monotony, that nearly the entire community. There acing Effect. :iOc
trary, he says that "instead of discouraging -
drives them Make homesas was a plenty of good things to eat,
i
away. your
Illllsboro. Lake the people from raising and and good time generally was enjoyed -
Magdaleen im attractive is make a
possible
,
association met Thursday live your fattening cattle this should make by all. I I WEAK NERVOUS
_. villages and bustling and energetic
e : for a special study of poultry. and find the them more determined to produce a Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular' ,
you'll
young people
class of cattle that will appeal to a
the church
, staying at home. house of this kind and toprodul.'e appointment at Baptist ALL RUN-DOWN
packing ,
j
both
\ POTATO MAY BE VERY The Solution Sunday, mornlnsand evening.

POPULAR '' them in sufficient numbers Services were also held Saturday eve- !
.u : "Get together! Play togt'th..rl'Thl'reln and continuously enough so as to sup .
|
ning.
lies the solution of }
I your pro ) "
A new and delicious of cook- (lems. Your port a packing house. Then Mr. J. W. Swartz returned to his workin
way neighbor's success is your Missouri Lady Suffered Until See
Dennis comes to another very pertinent
!' and preparing the number three success. Build up your villages. Attend Jacksonville Monday after spend. j i

culled Irish potatoes now being us the lectures send your childrento phase of the matter. He says: ing a day or two' at his home near Tried Cardui.-S.y. "Remit
Now as to market for their cat. I
by a number of hotels, cafes and their schools their here. j "
1 patronize mer Was Got
Surpriiing.
Aloof
tle. It seems to us that the peo Dennis of last !
throughout the chants. farm Mann Starke spent
country Support your organization

Ii'v result in a lively and profitable so that the price of your products pie of if Florida they will are produce their own beef market ofa Sunday here at the home of his parents Fine, Became Normal
-
Mr. and Mrs. John Mann. !
/ for this grade of which ,
potato may be determined by your cost and
quality hta tthey are willing to Healthy.
now being mostly fed to stock in of production, not by the whims of Ossie Prevatt, of Jacksonville was ,

section gamblers. The day will then be hastened eat themselves. the nail the guest Sunday at the home of hie'mother '
That comes near "hitting
A Hastings man visiting a club re when farm life' will hove the on the head." Why do Florida peo- Mrs R. M. Prevatt. I I Springfield 140.-14 back WM III
Charlie of Florida
ordered Irish potatoes and pleasures and rewards that so justly ask for and demand to be served George, south weak: I could hardly stand up, and I

they were nerved he found them belong to the most essential workers ple visited relatives and friends In 'and weald haTe bearing-down pains and
with "Western beef? Because oit is was not well at time" Mrs
last week. I .
he made a second order in the near Lawtey any says
community.
better than poor Florida beef. That'sall 1. V. William wife of a well-know
Mrs. R. R. Thede was a visitor the
Inquired the ,
in which' .
: I manner there is to it, except for Florida farmer on Route 6. this place. "I
were cooked. It seems that it is SELECTION OF HATCHI.VG EGGS first of the week of her brother, Ury I i kept getting headache and having te
to raise better beef cattle. That is
that the small Irish potato l is Reddish. She was called there on account BO to bed" continues Mrs. Wlllfamtld.ecrtbisg
what they are doing! in the West and of the illness and death of the troubles from which
delicious when prepared In the The following suggestions: on selection one
selling the beef in Florida. That'swhy of his children. she obtained relief through the rue of
manner: of hatching eggs for more and I Cardui. hear
there is little home demand for "My husband baring
I Boil them until the skin slips off, better chicks are taken from a recent'':' It Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville was .f Cardui proposed retting: it for ma
home-grown beef. ought not so to
(' soak in cold water for a few j bulletin from the New Jersey agricultural -| a visitor to Lawtey Saturday and -I saw after taking some Cardui
I be will not be when it is realized
Have a about half full experiment station. so Sunday. I . that I was hnprorlng. The result
pan that Florida beef cattle must be up to i wa surprising. I felt like a different'
Both of
hot grease or enough to cover pota One of the first points of consideration our grist mills were run- parson.
the standard set by the
consumers
Drop them in the parr until in efficient baby chick production i ning full blast Saturday, the first of j "Later I offered from w_kBa
and they are the court of last resort. I
the season I and weak back and felt all rundown.I .
are browned and you have a de lies in the quality of the hatchling
dish. I eggs: that are used. Poultry The paragraph following that above Brownie Bennett, of Jacksonville, did not rest well at night I was s.
producers
is of serious attention.Mr. nervous and husband salt
quoted worthy cross. Mr
It is said that the small creamed I i should be particularly careful Dennis : was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I h* would get me some Cardui. whlck
says
are also becoming very 1'01'1 to use the very best hatching eggs ob think there James H. Moore returned home last he did. It strengthened m* . M>
We do not
Incidently it may be remarked tainable. One cannot expect to secure are any week from Tennessee where he spent doctor said I got along fin. I was 1*
figures available to show Just good healthy condition. I cannot
extra charges are made for pota- strong. vigorous, livable chicks from several weeks visiting relatives and I I
too much
what becomes of the Florida cat. say for 1L" ,I
', served in either of the above'' poorly selected hatching eggs. Of beef friends and shipping Tennessee! veg- Thousand. of women hare suffered I
tle, or just how much is shipped -
course, back of the production of suitable etables to Southern markets. I as Mrs. Williams describes, until that

t If the popularity of 'the small pota' hatching eggs is the proper mating into the state, but we have Miss Arthurine Blanchard is spending found relief from the use of Carcut
checked supply and demand In Since It has yon
I. a few days in Jacksonville this helped ao many
II continues to spread it is predicted and selection of the breeding U
should Cardui
not hesitate
two different ways and it looksas to try
' the demand will soon become stock All\ individuals that have not week as the guest of her brotherinlaw troubled with womanly ailment.
if the Florida cattlemen and
1, enough to muse this class of strong vigorous constitutions and every and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. For sal* everywhere. She
w farmers can raise four times as
; which has heretofore been sign of health and strength should
cattle at -- -- --
t many as they are doing
thrown away, to be placed be removed from the breeding pen
, present and still use the productfor J. H. William B. Z. Matthew
'
the market on a paying basis.- : or yards from which hatching eggsart'
home consumption, provided,
Herald being saved It is particularly important
( j .
they will eat what they raise instead
to keep watch on the breeding of importing1- larger INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf

BIG DOSE fOnGANIZATIOSIS males, and' if necessary changing I
part of the r beef supply.
WHAT FARMERS NEED them individuals with
replacingweak
I stronger ones It is poor economy, In Mr. Dennis follows this with a comparative you don't rub against. the White Wash you won't get it '

table which sets forth that,
.
That the farmers of the state need I fact, no economy whatever to save on vou.
I so nearly as may be estimated, from
dose of organization; that co-oper hatching egg from a large number available data Florida cities alone

la as necessary among men on of birds that are of low vitality It in the 1919 consumed of_ beef The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its I
year "
farms as it is in industrial can means greater efficiency and better
products 43,135,200 pounds with 7- HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE ; ';
la the statement of Solomon Le 'profits to save hatching eggs from a y/ i F1 ,
684,600 pounds of Florida cattle marketed
president of the Commercial I!I more limited number of birds of rigorous .
i in that same year-a shortage Aug. 1st, carrying advertisement of million of dollar worth of property, :-

Bank of Madison, in an ad quality. of 35,450,600 pounds in a single year lilted for sale or exchange: : throughout the United State. Canada and Mea- '

a to the farmers of Dane coumty, I The second step in the improvement ; and then not taking into account the ico. If you hare property for sale or exchange: : list It with as at one*. 1** p i

: of baby chicks lies in the selection of advertising costa you nothing on commission lilting. It will b. our hard ,"

"What is the chief thins: that the the hatching ggs. Every egg that beef consumed in the country sections luck if we fail to find yon a deal.'
for which no figures are at hand. In
:; need today?" asked !Mr. Le- finds its place in the Incubator tray
other words Florida city and town
,
"I will tell you. A big dose or under a sitting hen should have ( consumed Inter-State Realty Company Schell BuildingLAKE
'' people, in one year over
organization! Each farmer should good size and normal shape. Small
i I thirty-five million pounds of beef BUTLER UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.
:
be a competitor of every other eggs will produce small chicks. The ,
products brought into the state, over
You should be co-workers, sine and livability of the baby chick ; - -- -- -- - __ --
-
competitors. Your interests your will\ be measured very largely by the eight million dollar worth figuringat Y will make mistake
an average of 25 cents per pound. Big i Reduction In Prices a
' your aims, your ambitions I quality of the egg from which, it ia That gives an idea of what Florida is ; you order your fertlll
You not series I uced. In addition to selection with
all alike. need a pro
losing in the matter of Florida beef zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
societies fighting each ether, not a regard to form and size the question Materials In-
& production. prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers,
\
" G I\",' of lenders hurling maledic of age of the egg should receive con secttcides, Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .

other but sideration. The holding of beyond
each strong
at one eggs QUININE"To
: One "BROMO
'f"i Only O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. "
a led by leaders who work certain time tends to weakenthe I .
get he a-rnulne, call for full .am LAXATIVK JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
>, harmony, who, have no petty sel- vitality of the germ and retard its BKOMO QUININE. Look for liKnatureofK. "
W.GIIO\'!!;. Cure a Cold In One l>.,. SloM .Get. Aug. 1 Price Lists. Brand
1 Interest at stake, but who are development. For best and most em- touch and headache, and vrortr oft cold. 25e: Now furnishing "Simon Pare" and "Gem









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FRIDAY. AUGUST: 26. 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTTELEGRAPn.. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SK\ EN x

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MERCHANTTELL 1. A. Jr. D.e. E. M. T Cathanne Crew do ..___.__._ e 08 j Tetal dub School Kalanoa .
July 1. IB2t ._
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hover. l'erry Duke. It E. 1... I Margaret Roberta. do _.___._____ I.ClO July 1. to bal due _________.,._h1MA.1I Kieeipla, during month ___ 111.7' ,
nurlln.. C. A. D.vlo. 'a'herh,.. E. Trul.,. }. M. Thomaa. E. M. Willie M.",,, do --_-.._._._ ______ 101 lly unit collected ____. ._____._____ . 27e.01 Warrant ln.Hi-d _.._... 070 I 11
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Lo.oe I'.rrymaa ..__ '.00 ---------j ... molt I
Dnrby ida L. Turner J. (I. Thomaa, Mallory Mra Mary Tyre do ,_ _ _
lJt.mo..t. It. F.Edward. Turner.. F I- Taylor. JoaephlneThonu Mra. Tom 1'1'.1 do _.....______-.__ BOO Aug. J. to bal due .1087.71 llalance AUK I, 1921 ---..___....?.. lPl.HI :.
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OF A REMARKABLE E W L. Tlaon. Slli Mra Sarah Kigdon do ._ -_.._....... BOO Hub. Brhael Reaaa Italanea Ju'S N. U
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.. \\'. F. Truby J. 1Vglow hale. Colline da .-?__-._...-._.-.-- BOO July 1. to bal due ____..__.____...._ 709.05 Itreelptii during, month mi ____. .____.___ JM.B4 ;
F.d..rdo. W. .....
1.I.I..n.: W. J. J. U Kate Fraaler do .___ 1B.n.-TLM__ B.00 lly amt collected _uu_________. 1SHUO Warrant. ia.ue _
Eii..tmen JuU. Ee.tzn.n L. H. Jerry. Johna do ...................... B.00 --- ___.. $7.. .t'1I.I.n.e
H. Epp.non., Lore,... E. Julia fglow.? LouUe B. CarrlAlbert do .___.._-.._.._.-- 2.00 Aug. 1. to bal due ______________ B70 10 Aug. I.i.lrtrl 1B21 -N.\ .?. ...._. sun < "
CASE F \\' Bell Cottrell d.. _______.._____ BOO O. W. AL.PKRMAN. Kalanre || I
Futch. J. E. Futeh. C. A. Juliua Markowita do ...____....... 8 00 Clerk Circuit Court July 1. 1B21 -__ 181." 1
Florrid" J. 8. .'lIn&. A. c. Will.. F. E. Wllllama. Kit Agnea Howard do -__--......-._._. 7.60 (Seal) ny C. A. KNIUHT Uarranta Itixx'lpta during month _. 10 .B
Futch, bladge. Flina. .'ren... Weeka. W. T. Walnwrlght. N. I>. Rachel Malphun do _.._..-..__. _. LOUp Deputy Clerk.rll'IAP.CAL. . llalnnce. laawil --)-- -. __... 100 1
Fernu.ndra, Ev. L. Futci Verdi. S. Wall W. L. Wblta J. W. : E Petty do ..._____.___.... JOB Aug. 1. 1U21 _. ... 176.aO
Writing from Maxeys, Ga., A. J. 'rl..r. W. E. Fow.r.! L. A. "1'...... R. A. White. O W. LUale. 11.11 do -.__.._.....______ _____ t BOOfaille rVTATFMIENT: !: fOUNTT FCHdOLFUM Balance July 1>1.'''.' N.. II I 1ft 4.
cf aGritt William.. J. G. WI1U. J. C. Thurnum. do __..___n..____ 800 ' >' 1. 191 _..._?. ta.d
Gillen, proprietor a larne department Wall A E Whl... G T. Couf.ty ".,....... \Varranta ._.
J. auperlntendrnt'a iMued _
elatementof ,_
BOO
that Grlll'ln. O. 1. Wynn R. R. L. A. __ __. BOO ?
store at place, says: Wynn. Edward: Grlrlia do ___ -.--n llalance.
R. cmintv achool, fonda Aug.
Green. A. G..n. W "' ''I... rJthel M. __.. 200 for the month of 1. IDIil -._ III 41 .4
W. U.j am*right. Mary O. Janle Melnkieh. do ____..___,-_
"1 have a customer here who was in j HHa'ke. While Caa.le E. White.. Noble Ray. Bradford t'o Telegraph euppltee 00 Jud 1. 0Telegraph July. 1V21. General rVheel FandPalarce DKAnroKn ('()lTNTY A.IIVU.I. I. ...n. .
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William. T. S. Wlgglna H. H. _.___.. . &4 00 .
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three and did I O. pub reporta etc - i
for not KrTK
bed years toa . OK FLORIDA.
go HulL N. B. Wall Mabel A. 1 _____. ..__.. lI.n July I. U21 .._.-. _. .1I2D.72
H'"r. C. M John. county atty
F. E
Hoovvr J. C. Ri-reipta during month ...._____ __ HI'S I herrhy certify that the .
meal at time. She had I hereby eprtlfy that the foregoing-* Iieorrect _.. .__. 2000 h 2HWarranta foregoing atate.ment
any five Norman A. P. C A Knight lupvr reg --
flaynea. O. L. off i Iwued ____n._.__-._.--__.. $HI.I] of the Reeelpta and niiliuraemenu. of
Hemingway H. D. according to the reoorda In my John Mack janitor _________.?- BB 00Q
physicians and they gave .her out. H.m.n..y, F. n. ltaler.ce Aug. I. 1D2I ----------------1484.87 the r\iud of llradfunl County i>r the montkof .
: Hinpbrc R. S. C. A. FUTCH.Clerk W Alderman 7.! .... tax taala _... 00
H.y.. O'.t' rlrt Ne. I July I.
E. 11I2t.
One bottle) of Tanlac got her up, and Hoov.r. itta: HOlfm.n.. 01..1.W.. Town of Stark. G W Alderman clerk and auditor ...._. 181.00. Balance' July 1. 121 ._.__....__-. 114.41Heeelpta heat of my knowledge true and and hellefft. ) eorrvet to the to
_ 28 2B
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Hamrjck Sarah F Hii ..,.. belie <) W Alderman Indexing etc during month ___.._... 1.70 B '
C.
the second bottle she commenced ._. ..__. 18.OBIlrew WIGOINS.
H.n. Mant .
en Hope M. BILLS PAID DV SCHOOL BOARD City Light lighta ,
U.iolop. f'. C. Varranta laaued ___....__.._.__....._ BUM SuiM'rlntendrnt ol Public. Inatrurtlon.FINANCIAL .
H II Wlgglni aalary. aupt- ..._.__ l ll.OO (.... auppliea clerk. _........M, B.84 ,
house and on the third she I 11.1.".. Au.,. 1. 121 .______ .__ H6.al .
keeping( ; L W Klckhter board .......1.. ...-___... '..20I Starka lee Co loe .____.__.__..._ 1928 ni.lrirl Na. 2 -- _
did all the cooking and houseworkfor Jnman, G. M. tnn.an V..da K.John. i A A Haten do ......_ 5.00 Stark Phone C.. phone rent .......... B.6t STATKMtNT: OP COUNTY LI,
Balance .
July 1. 111111 .... ..._ f RO 81)Heeelpta
I J I I J O Denniaon, do .. =-:::::::::::: 8.00: Sid J. Jonea repairing typewriter. .._. 10.84rxeretl during month .___._Un_____ 14 49 FUNDS I 4I
a family of eijrht. I II Miner do ...__._.____. .. 1.60 Monthly financial, of Bradford
I I B Wiggins. mold _____.._.. 16.11 : - .. atatrment $
I Warrant. laaued __ _..__._..____... B 0llalance
This sounds really incredible butit .. M. L. Johno. A. H. W W Coleman do ._____._._ .110 Walker Evans Cog.well aupnllea clerk.. 86.08 Aug. 1 8921 .__.... lel.0W County for the) month of July. 1921. 4t
Jo"n.. Jeff Jones. D. C. I I I Bradford Co. B.i.k interest. .____.. 281.22 E W II."... com tax collector ___...... HB.42 S ,ni.lrirt -Na.--- -IBaUnca -- General Fund", I 1

comes unsolicited frem a highly oI..nkan. A. O. Johns. .. I Joel tiriffla bold .___.________._.. .81 W J Rppereon. 1 day with eomra. .._. 4 00 July 1. 1121 ___._______ PINtOkeOiiil.t P-alanea July 1. lull .___...._._..,. I John. H H William 1 mand B 60 during month .... .______
S day mileage 2ft 14
R. John. E. 8'j! Salt D.t et.I eo
month .. ..... _._. 40 VIM
creditable source and is copied vera I .Johna. W. J. John. I H I' Calney do .,??_......_....,. H.00 during Warrant .l..ued ____. ._......... 1R8.41
_
arranta laaued .___ _..___ _____ 1IOHHllalanee
batim from the letter. John...: Ella F. Jo .. F. Ii C.: I M A 1I1..k weld'r meld It ,...?..____ 1625 .1 M llrownlee do ._.._.....?_--_. 4 DO A.. 121- .--_?....____. ___ Kalanee A.... I. 11121 ----------------51117.54 .
1. U.IIO111..rI.l.
: Jon.... Ad. V. Johns; Li.le ; S. Roeenbrrg dol .___._...._. 4 III 8 T Ikiwllng do _____..___._u___ B.40 n Fine and Porfeltvre Fund

Tanlac is sold In Starke by Turner's I Jenklaa. 1\ hi.Koller S'I I Wm. Fxlwarda fuel S _?__...._.__._ 21.80 N D Walne. right advance tax aaaaaaor 100.00 Balance July 1. IB21 .,.Ne.__..4.._____._ 2011 40Keeeiput 11.1.".. July I. IBM ....._.-.-_.._ 7M 41Hnr
I E W Hayes refund . I K tax eel 4 ._..... 419 4AM
___ ______
Drug Store and by leading drug. J H Scarborough meld 18 ___...._ .11110 Total - .... ____ ___._....._._... 7BS28 during month u fll Warrants Iwued ___-. ......h__.____. IUllalance .
Warrants laaued ..___..... ....__ __ ID liT .
gists everywhere.-Adv. I Kite.. .SII.J.. Ki.... J.m.. ... S"1 I IE W Hayes do It _.________...... I.n Fine and Forfeltare rand i Balance Aug. 1. 1..21 __.._..____...n_n 1111." Aug. 1. 1021 ._____.______...B4KO.It ,
I IicklIt.r J. W Ha>ee do 20 5.00 It A Green; caw Ales Leonard .....-.. I.81 Read Fund
Itlatrlrt N. I
Kickjjtcr L. W, Knh\, ('. A. E W Hayes do 2 .:=:=::...:::::: 7.148E : Italanae July 1. Kit ..._.....-....-832914Kecelptn 4'ii
__ .. ._. __. Balance July 121 .__._..____ BOB) .19Keeolpta .
I Kni5ht. D. E. W W J Epperaon do __ .. .. ... 14 26 1. during month ... .. ,.,,
K.ndrl.k. N. Hayea tax col ... 8.110
T. com 1 ..
of the
Never
speak harshly one whois witness ............_. 1.00 during month ....__......__ 14 01 .n. -M
Kit. W J
Epperaon
iu-nj SO Knlaht. N. L.I t. W hayes do 2 .... . :::::: 8.47: Warranta luuetl ____ . _____._......211004llalance II I
- ------ .... .. .. ..... 00 Warranta l..ued. .. ...... ... 88 BOHalanc.
wit .. .
W llauilen I
absent. Some one may tell him. Keadrirk Martha KI.kllte J. .'. Jr. K Wlayesdo t ., 27.14 W --- Aug. I. 1WBI _... ___________ 2e 87
I KI... Mlnnl.I F W Hayes do 4 :..-?-::::::=::::::: 2.94: J B Saw do ____._____._..._..? 1.00 Aug. 1. 1021 _...___.-_.____ "U.6Ol.lrirl / Out.tandlnB. Fund

I L I EWHa.sd.1 ... _.___._, L K Miner juror Joe Allraan ........ 1.00 N. S Palanoe July 1. 1B21 ....... .. 171 Bllt
LIST OP QUALIFIED ELECTORS I.I..r".n. I E W hayes do 6 ___ .-.::_ ::::: 2.66 W L Thomaa do _..__.....__-.-..._ 1.00 Balance July 1. 121 _._.._.._..._ 804 101t..1'.t. ...,."|... during month?-. _.__?___?_... .
H. Eo ------
do ._ .______._. 1.00 during month .._......_ t.40
Levltoo. M. W F Hi.rr.ag.
EWHayesdnt ? Warranta !laaued. .____.. .
..... 2.211 .. ........ .'
Under the provISIon' of aeetlon 10 of the I..."... . H. Llmbau5h T. N. E W Hayea do :::::::::::::::: : A W Thom. do ..... ......_......... 1.00 Warrants laaued __.__..........___... 70 Nilllalance llalance .
revuted. ordlnanoea of the town of Stan,.,, the Lean.. E. 8E ----- 2.69 . Aug. I. 1U21 ... --..- 17..1
... ..
Llmi.ugh Lillian V. W Hayes do 0 0 W Uyal do ....................... 1.00 Aug. 1. ml .. .. 28'.11I1I.trl.1 / .jro'n; f
following lid of the. votera qualified to vote L.m. Com..lI. Peek H; R D Kelli-y do _________ __.__....... 1.00 "... T I Oralaage ,
F W Hayes do 10 :=:=::::::::=: .
._ Balance
in the general. election In and for ...I.t) town July 1.. 1B2I -.-......---._. 120 II' .
D Mattbewa ... 2 Balance .
E 68 July 1D21
M E: W Hayes do 11 __.____._.__._._ '.02 K A Green cane 1. -- ---- 188..1 during month .. ... "1'Ileooli.l.
... ...
to ho held on Tuesday September 11. 1K1! I. = .
F W Hayea do W J fc.pper.on: do ._______.___._.,. B.00 Iteceipta. during month .. ......... 4
publlBhcd t Moltl. A. E. I 12 U ______ 17 honed ... .....__ BB *0llalance Warranta liwued ----....-..-........ i
Mlddleton 4 Warranta .
A M.tth.w.. E. B. Morgan 1. W. E W Hayes do 1 i-::::=-:::::::::: W E Co phyaleian ----- Italance. Aug I. 1BPI ___..._..__?____ 180.90Wlda.a
1.00 121 ........ HUt
M.iJc. Mo .. I E W Hayea do 14 5.40 J G Wllllama juror li C ttherman 'u.. 1, -- Permian Fend ,
.... Mitchell. J. M. Miner. U. D. I ?--::::: : ::: : : W J Epueiaon do __._._.._._....-.- 7.00 lll.lrlet -Jii;. B .
Auntln HAlvarei. Alva. J. M.Adklna Mott H. D. E W Hayea do IB ._ : : :::: 5.0S 11.1.".. July I. 1921 ..............._ C07 MIteceipta I. '
.. Balance ._._.... B.7.lll
J. W. A. Z. M.nnln&. J. C. E W Hayes do IBE __ 5.52 W W Hali-den guard at jail _.. 40 00 July 1. 121 __ during
Andre*.. J. W. Jr.AKarea. Alvarei, n. W. Mott Muon W. F. Miner. L. E. W Hayes do 17 .. .-.-.--_-:::::::::::: 1.44 Bill Bumpier' wit Jim Simmon. ._._,. 2.00 Ueceipta, during month ____.._. 1.10 Warranta Indued month. _:-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. 48 Bl i
H. G. .
Mlddl.ton. W. E. R n criffi. do ....._...._______ 2.00 j Warranta lavued ........_....... BB.BOBalance ----
AlonaoAlvaret. Andrew.. J. W. Sr.Andreu. F W do 111 u
Monden Wm. Hayes ._.__ ___.. I.R Balance Aug. 1. 1D21) ________.______. &l.51
ErrolAnderaan.'A. A. O. Morgan Vida V. EWIaye.dolil Calvin (;rift I. do .______.____......... 2.00 Aug. 1 11121 2tIU8 1
MhMI'lon. Notla jI. ..._ .._. __.._.._ 157 lll.trlrl--lii----: August 1. 1021. .
W. A Iv...... 8. L. McMIIan. Alma F W Hayes. do 20 ._...___._..___ 2.1' Harry henley wit Ed Clark ......... 4 00 Pradford County. ,
AuHtln. JaneAlderman. Alvare% Lucia Sha.... McMill.n P. S. MeL.... Roe.... E W Haye do 21 ._._.._.___ _. 8.111 H U Mam auppllea Jail ..___........ 2.2B Balance July 1. 121 ...__....._._._ 1ItI." Stale of Florida. '
Ins Alderman G. W.And.reon. I M.R.... J..ph. CoN..wm.n. F W Hayea do 22 .__________"" 1.18 W W ll.i.den ....hlnn at jail ,....._ 2.00 Keeeliita during month ......_.._.. I the ,
hereby certify that foregoing
N 1 W 1 F.pprradll: feeding prliunera ...... '19.0 Warrants !laaued __. __._..__._.. 81.0 etatcment
. Eva Alderman Dora V. W Hayea do 23 ..... ...__ 11.8 .f tha .... -
Andera, Ads J. I ., M. D. N.w.ome. R. .... E W Hayea do 24 __. .____.u.___ 1.80 R W Moore juror td Clark ........... 1.00T llalance Aug. 1. 1H21nialrtrl_.._..___.._... 128.84 funoa of Bradford.h.t. and Covnty dlabunementa for tha month of the of \ <<
D E W Hayea do 26 .... J N Ktndrick do -_._._.-.._....- I.Oil) Ne. II
00dm. E W Hayea do 28FW -::::::::::=::: : :; Drew Keddl.h do .__............___. 1.00 Balance July I. 11)21 ................ 845 BReceliita $ July 1P&1. I. true and correct to the beat
Bryan J. R. Bundel.. Jacob j ... G. B. Hayea do 27---.-_- U W Crawford do ......-....._._. 1.00J during month .________-.. 1 ftO of my knowledge. and belief. 0

Bryan S. A. Brownlee., H L. E W Hayce do 28 =::::::::::::: g: T Jnnea do ._.. ...........___... 1 00 Warrant b.ued ___...........___. BUBO O. W. ALDERMAN. ".
Bronke, Albert Brown Win.1ennett. P E W Hayea do 29 _-.__.___.__ 8..0 J L Silcon do ___________..__.____. 1.00K ) llalance Aug. 1. 1821 .-.__-____._____ 818211 (ISIT.AL) Clerk Circuit Court.Hradfonl .

G. H. Pal.drn W. w. Parker John I'.k. C. I.. f: W Hayes do 80 .__.._______ 2.02 A linx-n. c.... Geo Wyatt ..__.... a.l Inelrlrt N.l Count*.
Burrowa. RBrown. HiHil", E. L. I'.... C"... F. I'.donl II. a. K W Hayea d.. 81 ._____...___._._. 2.a W J tuiK-raon: do ___...___........ 1900 Balance July 1. mi ................ 89.IBKrceliita |1, C. A. KNIGHT I
H Y. Darnea. Spencer Pullum. D. P. I..k. 8 L. Vera Long. teaching 14 .....___.._ 11.00 W J hliprraou. wltneaa ..........__. 1.00J during month --. ....-...-- meant,, Clerk.
locker, W. E. Bryan Wm. P..k. J. L. 1'0w.lI. Wm. Mae MrKinney do 20 ____. ____._._ 0.00 II Sapp do ......___................. 1.00 Warrant l.nui-d ________________.. B8.BO
Brown. Henrietta Brown H. O. Perkin, W. H. I'hllil'. Emily 8. G W lln.on Incidental. 1 .-.?__.__.__ .81 R A town ca.. C Butler -__.____n__ 2.7A Balance Aug. I.; 1921 ..... _-... 18666Ulalrtet !: OP APPI.ICATION FOR TAX rtFBOIINDFK : I i I I t tic
Brawn)..., Etta Hmhop I!. A. p..k. Harriet S. Peek Clara L. W J r.iipvmon: do .__.......___...... 11.00W > Na.' II NOTICE
,
C I PowelI Florence LQulgley. 'BII.I* PAID BY COUNTY COafMISSIONCRfl J B'pl: .er.on ..... John Kemp ...... 11.20 Balance July 1, 1H2I -.- 7fl.f.3Recriiit. KKVI8KI HFCTION; GKNERAI 17T II1RI STATUTES OF TUB .
leo Wilnon witne.a do _. .._. 1.00
_- -- month ... 1 HllWarrant ) J
Q during
( &flo.'a. P. E Crew., A. 8. I Gtaeral Fund W W Ilal.den da __..-....-?.?...._ 1.00 iaaueil ...-. 88 AOllalance llen>hy notlee I. given that 1':. W. rfayea.rrrhaaer .
Crutchfleld Cha. Canova, E. E. 1 T. Qul.ley. Minnie w. Amanda Triomaa. panper ............ 18.00 Sofronla, Wllaon do .._......._.... 1.00 Aug. 1. 1U21-.- IIN.7I) of ta> aale certaflcatea nnmtiered .. 'J.l .
Canova: ,J.J. F.Colley Campbell E. T.' R Nancy Conner. do .................. B.00 W J riipemon: do _-.. -___.......__. 1.00 Ulatiicl N. II apeetlvrly l 40. 102, 04. inn, |HH, and 1411. aalaif .;
F. Carpenter. D } Ititob N. T. Martha Rigga do ..._.__..____. S.BO Mack I'rlngle do _.______._......... 1.00 HMD. Imilled by the t.. collector I for llraltfitrd I.
Cooper. O. O Chace Lalla R. RI...... 1'. M. Rlteh. 1. H. L. L. Megan do ,.................**_ I BO J B Happ do __ __...-u______....... 1.00J Balance. July t, l*.i .- S21 MAKeceiltta eiitinly. Flftrltlat aald eertlfleatea. '". IOB, '.
Cone. II. C. Canova, Eunice C. Roi.Inaon J. C. BobIumn J. W. I Liable. Hunter do .-.........-...-_.. 4 00 W Andrew do .__u____._____ .__ 1.00 during month -.--....__ 11.112 *04. 1811 1IIB and ,,)) .Imlng dated the 7th day \ \
Cooper.. Audrey K. Col ley. Lydia, Ritch lI..bert RI..by. I). L. Elliabeth Hunter do ......._......._. 4 00 W J Epnetnon:' cane Lena Carter et al. '..21H Warranta huiued -_ _- _. .....- 4..MilBalance ) of July, A. I>. 1VIO' and han Sled. the acId eerIfioaliHi .

Ch.. F. E. Ritch 100..1. Robln.on.Richard Vera Emma ,! Warren Heraey. do ................__.. 8.00 A t.reen ...... J C Commodore ..... 2.7B A..... I. 1021 .._-. .. 1HI.2(1 In n.y office and h.. made appllcatinii :

D Ray. Olive E. C.rrle L. I A(Tie Scott do ....... .,_......_____ I 00 W J Fpiicraon; do .........._...... 18.78 Ill.trirt Na.' 14. for' tax deed to Inane In accordance. with law. .\.
Darby A. 11. Dads, J. R. ileddl.h. M.bel Kay Amelia I..... Clark do ..__.___....__..__ ..00 W J Eptwraon wltneaa do ....nn 1.00 llalanee July 1. 11121 _.....- 8188 7'[he aald eertlflcatea. reain'etively' embmre tha
Hannah Harris do _._._......_._. 1.10 J B Bapp do ........._______....... 1.00 Itecelpla. during month _.........- 18.7* 'iillowlng. lamln In Mradford' county Florida I
S i Martha Wllklnaon do ..________. a.oo R A t.rvcn cane iatea Jon. -...__ 2.7< Warranta Imued till) I'. an.eiixed at the i date t of tha laauanee: : of aaldeertlfleatea

Habitual conntlpatron cured Slump F F. St.rnberg. NSluitrunk W N Newman do .._....._.._..__ 1100 W J Kpperaon. do __._ _________...... 11.00K ) Balance A..&. 1. 1H21 -... .. 27210 In the namne respectively herclnafltr -
In 14 to :21 Days'LAXFOS 0. M. 8h.rr.r. .'. p.: Mn Nor. Rawllna do __.._.__... 2.80 A irn: cane Will Hamilton ...... 2.7B IMelrlet N. IBBalance particularly Pet forth to-wltl
Sw..t. G. C. fltrl.kl.nd. a... Martha Oatlln do _.____...__.._._ 1.00 W J I.;piuTMin do ......____......... IB.2B July I. 1KI .... 180 82 Certificate No. 4U emlirae. the following
WITH PEPSIN is a speciaiy- Seott. F. A. S....,. D. John Wright do ._.._.__....__..__ 1.00 W W ilaixlen. do ._______._....... 1.00J ) Iteceipta. during month -......__ 2.81Warronla Com ..t.ol..t fill) ) ft F. nf MR' : Car of Main
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua' 1I..n.'II., J. D. SI.trunk. C. H. Wade Wynn do __._.__._.._._...___. '.111 H Sniip, do _____......._____..._---_. iou huiiied _.-.-...-- 88.no .a Ih'kle Rt' .. and rim 8 lll. ft. F.: I4 ft. Nun
Constipation.; It relieves promptly but Sal..,. J. II. S..b.r". F. H. I I JCtloxdo ..._..........._._._..__. 600 R A (.....n .... l> F Alvarea ._..... 4 HI 11.1..".. Au. I. 11121 -...- Uu/.BBItlmrlrt ft to Mnln at. TI....... W on Main' at B4

ehould be taken I Smith, E H. Strickland ('h... J G Wllllama do ______. ...__.__._____ 1.00 W J ri: >i>rrai>n do ______._._,.-----.. 81.95 N. IBBalance ft to beg In McKlnney'a renerve ti. Lake Plot..,
regularly for 14 to 21 dnys lI.otl. Laura 8mlth. Grain Dalhfl8tornlor Krvln Higglnbotham do? ..____..... I.ne Curtl. Mil..... wit do __..__-.._-._._ 1.00 July 1. 11121 1B2 Mrteeeipta ) I..r on K aide) nf O'.utli Half! of Ixit 10. Mm.Ito. .

to Induce regular action. It Stimulate. ami I ,,. (Guatile. 8w..t. lI.ulah A. Newman Children do ___.--..._..__. 1.00 P E: John. du ....._..- -.. .......... 1.00 during month ..n_.-..... 1.2:1: T. B B., R 20 F... ........d Unknown.Cnrtlllrale .
Regulates.! Very Pleasant to 1' kJ. NOtbvr Sietruk.Clar. R. Starlin. ('i., C.Starling. J. Martha. McDonald do _____._____....__ 2.00 .'..rry Kite do .__n__ ____..... B.Bel) Warranta luaned, __...- M.Itn.Balance ) N... 101 emliraci. Nurtlien.t), Qmr.
bottle. . Clara M. Sietrunk Mary H. Alice Bryant do _._.___..__..__.... 2.80 Percy Jonea do _...-....._......... 8.HO ) Aug. 1. 11121 HU.IKI I'r <>f Northeaat Qiiarler. II.'... en. ,'. A S..
I Sloan, 1. Salr, Lenna E C Byrd do ---------------------C-. 1.00 lao F: Andrea do .......___..._... 140 lli.lrirt Na. 17Balance It. IN F 40) err... aiae...d, Unknown.
J II Jfiro-a do _. .._oo_. ._______._ 7.6(1 July 1. mi ..-....- 88 B" Certificate No. 1U4. emhract*. NorlliwentQuarter '
W J 1 l-i.: |...ir.on dj .______hn_-.-__ 1.00Kd lto....".'" during month -.__........ 2.lit of Nt,rthwe.t Quarter, fl.'.. DO, T. 6S j f .
! : II.... Ho .______.____0000 _........ 1DO' Wiirralita iHeuod _........- BH All .. H '10) r:.. 411)) nrn*. aNMneacd. unknown ,
: Mm K II Alvarea do .__._____.._. 1.00II Bnlalice, Ant 1. 1V21 -.-...-. 1.U7 Certificate No I'HI) imilirarea. frar-l, NorlhweatClinirlnr ) .
r. :;-a I II A III.hop juror n.h_.......... 1.00 Ill.trirt Ne. .In nf hlk, B, R' of II. I ..:.. U. flog. at

I T P Wall. do _- .00 ____-_-________.___ 1.00 Balance July I. lOll ____-.-. 78.411 a point R .1.... W nf Nfl r'fir of SoullieantCltinrlcr I
I It II f.rllTIa d ,I .' M MrMlllan uy ___u___________.___ I.110Olln .,,'. l..ui-d --------------4___ UU.R' It II, thence N .n li It line to N II... of laidHnlillieaxl ,
VVhltn do ___.____...--.-._____ 1.00 Iliilnnco Au... I. 11121 (In.68 Quarter thetiee F) til I"-... AI.O I 4
M: 'Ihutrma do ___._______________.- 1.00 "'.'rlrt Ne. .IB A In the in: .t Half nf Wmt Half of Northea
U A irma cnNe Lena ('crier et al _.__ 4.M Balance July 1. 11121 .- 7480 t7uun rice "f Hout lii'iml guacter.' H<.c. 21.I T. 6.

W J ruin-nion do _.__-___._________ !0.7n! !(..o4.!'pta during month .............. I HOWarranla H K. 22 1C., VI.."... nuaemied Flnilra' King. ,
Kinllh Mnnnliigwitneia. do __.__n___. 140 l.nueil .- -- ._ 2 H till) Certlllral' No CIO: emlirarea K 1-2 err.. '
rrm-Kt: ..nkl". d.. ___ .______u______, 110 Bnlancu Aim. 1. Ill) VI __._ 47.ADihMlrict cum at NW ('ur of VnliT lit. anil Rlnrke A
Ulrlmrd hlllngton d.. .-. .___________ 1111 Nu. ile '.awli>y pulillc. rtifid .i..I. run. W along, mild atIIMI
Alice Hlrcklnnd do . -__-__-u._____ 1.00 Balance July 1. 11121) ........-.- aOe.R9 ) ) ft ,lo Innd' .,f N l II. I Ilitirnnmn, ","'..... N ,
Lottie MrlrklHml d. _- ._ _________.__ 1.00 Ie.-, ..ipla. during month -........... aliing mild Innd l!)n ft. tin'nee I1''; 4HII) ft to ..aidrnml.
COMMERCIAL JOB I illliUtrltkland 44!<> _ .___h__________ i.0)) Wurranta laiiuiid. --.__.-.._.-. 800Bnlniivo thi'imi 8 .l.r. aahl nmil, lo lieg In T..m."I. .
W ,1 P r:ppcnuin, do .. __h __________ 1.(10) A..... I. 11121) ___-.-..__ 8011. 80III. .'. H I' Hee III. T II H. K. 88 K R .......
II M Howling juror hU_____.._.___. 1.0)) .in,'I N. II ft...'uu.fl, ,I loe Morrta.
I. H r.itwanU. do _.. __00 ___________ 10(1)( Balanco July I. Ui21 -.-...... 849.91lt ('"rlll\,'.'" No lid( eniliraeea fl A In Nit:
t! -W 1... .l.i I . ________..____.nn Kill) ..'ii.te| liming. Iriunlh __ ___ ..._____ fVir ..f Roulhwext, Quarter. of Poiitlieant. (Jiiarer ,
II U Hemingway do .,-_......._.-... 1.00I. Warrant Liiued, -' ............ BA III) .being I AN" H 101'! 8 A K ft W. Hea. t
A riiwlcr do _____.....___________ 1.00 Balance Aug. 1, 1921 .........___... 11l8.87 27! T. I H., U. US K. II anrea. .........d Un .

PRINTING C I' Henry
W J Kiipenon do ..._--_____--__..____ 14.HO during, nonthC............ 1.BBWariaiiW to law. taN ileeil will I Uaui. thereon on p
Kormle Idctiardiwm, ..Itn.... _______:_. 1.Oil) Imued -...-......... 8.OHllHUitlca the iilllh) day I of Augiwt, A. II. 7U2I "I
'KiiflHtll. rUimmera d.. _____ -._-.__.._. 100) Aug. 1, 1921 ...._- 42(1.17 Wllniwa: toy olllrlal, : algnatura; and aeal tIde 3".J

John .Crewa juror _n__..__........... 1.00 lll.trlrl Nil. 18llalance 2&th day "I July A. I'. 11421. I
H It lilovur; du -___. _.. _. -________ 1.(HI July 1. 1U21 __... 171.UK O. W. AI.IEI4MAN.. :
J M Connor do --...__u________...... 1.00 Iti'celpta tlurlng month _.___......._ H.4ftWarmnta I (Neal H flirt CIrcuit. Court.7.2uIt.0.211. .
N E UolierU do __hUun_._. 1.0(1( I l.mied _.._..... 8.00) ) '_ _llradford._, County. ",..
I> F Floyd do .-..._____.__________ 1.))() Balance Aug.. 1, 1H21 1H2.44IHMrlft -- "

Jim Cone do ._.__._-.-._........_? 1.00 ".. 14 NOTK'R Or .:Ft'TIONI
'
(; M Richard, j r "... 01.... Hall __.. 1.4HH Balance July I. 1921 ........ ....-.20tll. Iplort .
1 I In Jr. of IIt.rh.
J Johtia Comet d.. ____________.... V.HSr.d l(*>ceipta (luring month -.- 871 A. Hi v mayor. ,VMUM! In 'V I Iby
,
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virtu of UIP aiitHttr.ty m
: Newaum wit,.... .,-_???.... 1.00 Warranla ..ued! -....._... 82.47 I.lila law by ii lit mil rU-ntUm, lo IM Mat a r
Will llarber d.. -...._________._____ I.oillnw Balance Aug. I, 11121 -.,...._ 247.41lll.lrlrl hprrliy an
Hull In the ttrnnnmltl by
Town town
LETTERHEADS rerguvnn do .-_......_,_.--_. 1.00 . Na. lit th 4
I VC'y Smith do _______.__._.__?... 1.00 Overdraft July 1. 1921 ............. 47.91 tho qiml.ftrd voter thereIn on 1'
'M1KHDAV H I'lf'MllKIt' ) in. 1021 ,
4 R A (irven cane Charlie Swain _n... B.OH 1t..., II.I.) during month -. ID miWarrulila : ofll
(< W Happ eon.ta du ....._________.. H.211 luued ---....___...._ 8.00 for the Porcine of .l *otlnir" tli* folluwlng

.. (i W Sapu ..It"... .-_..__.._.._._-_._ 1.00 Overdraft AUII. I I. 1921 ...- 84.VJ.llmtrlrl Ci'fHOn. I
BILL HEADS ; K M Uulhrla do __._.u_...___.._____ V.VO'\ Na. II Miiypr.
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la.. 1.eLti.... do ------.---...-.___.... 2.20H Balance July 1. IOU ................ SnB RItecetiita J Ihomaa do .-____. .-___nn_____ 2.20 during month I II "' Mfimhail. I
Ernest Maliry do _____uh__.__ 8.00Total Warranla l..ued _?__ 66 89 'I wo Al,l.rrn,n. 4. ,
Balance' Au... 1. 11121 . 21111.44li.Inc On. fmn4jm.vrirInHix C I
..Uirii. of mild election) i F. P. flti.lt.%
47N2V ,Ne. I'l
hU no unh --
NOTE HEADS Balance. ._ _ 94hecelpta T. N. Kpndrlck. Julian L. l'..k.
I July I. 1921 _.__ _ S4 .
.. t. .. if I h4rtunta .
In ttlm ny where. .
during month ..-..... 2.7)3Wurr.n
CLERK' REPORT .. my ".m. and CHUM. the cool l of the .
hi.iuK1 _. 87.H8
I ,.. .hi* hi-rwuntn pfflavd thl 12th day of
I Starke. .'1... Aug.. 1. mi.' llalanee Aug. 1, 1921 -_... --. 1H2.84 1442 I.

ENVELOPES. Report
In and for Bradford County.. Florida on account .- p.ieC ..... r. $-U-It-II.U. Mayor of .
of iaxea .......d for the year 1U2I.E. .

:. W. HAYES. /entorea .ruiluy .o. ....r.., by "urlfytnt and -

Tax Collector rU hlo. Ilia blood. You CUD anna feel tu IItr."... OKIIFH FOR PUBLICATION
To llradford Couoly I In Circuit Court, Rt... of Florida : "
CARDS ".1., I 1:11': ...,. Prlr Ma.
('ount, Proper I .. gvUuratluD Judicial Circuit.; Bradford County.

July 1. to bal due _____. .... .-._...1B1B HaKy I ...ry.jl .
amt collected ._ 'u.n .________ .. B79.B' J. I'. Tomllnann.


Aug. 1. U> bal due __--_____________1187.27 jl Complainant.va
SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS Fine and'" "..f.n... John Henry Culver Jamea H.

July: 1. U bal due ________.._______ 2IS1 HOlly DodaoD' Liver Tone Culver: "' ,I..rt. Ilolton and her

amt collected ._ ____. ____...._._, 8.2' hunband Ham Hiilton
I Ilefendanta.

Awe 1. to bal due ________...._____ 18>.>4txanty It ai>,...rlnll l>y affidavit appended.
WINDOW CARDSBRADFORD Road'" and Bridge Killing Calomel Sale I hill. filed In the above' elated. ......

July. 1. to bal dee ___.....___.___2022 84lly I II. Culver the defendant therein .

amt collected. _n._._____.__...... BOB.08Aug. I non-realdent of the data of Florida ,
I realdent of Ablievllla, Alabama, .

1. to bal due -____..._______--1l6IIIH8) Don't alckein or deJlTaU. :yourB..rf ryour I I. a,. of Iwentyono. yearn l It la
V\id...-Penalea. Fund'" TMU-aJ/M gnngltir llv..r by taking ordered that paid ron-r-.Uli.nt .
July: 1. U bal due ........____________ 202.19Hy : 'I and la hereby required. '" to appear to
amt collected _________..._.__... 83.28 caromol which !. quirkall'tir. Your of atmiplalnt filed In aald ...... on
dealer ..U. rob bottle of pi........'. Monday the lilt" lay of Heptemlier.
I
Aug. 1. to bal due __._______._____ 1BVB3/ bkrmjMi "Dodtnn'i Liver Tone" under I Ian 1021 otherwlu the allegation of
Count: lie..... iToticlad I will be taken aa aonfeaaed.
mrrney-lnvJc 11
I frtiaruittw
July. 1, to bal due ........ .______ ____.BOB* O'l' It I. further ordered that thla. order Kegf.ter."f I
Hy .mt golleeud _.._____..___._____.U I.21'' that It r"f1.lIatc the liver, stomach and llahed once a week for four "" ....
hawaii bmvtor t.ban najomnl, without majtiff In the llraflford' County Telegraph

COUNTY Au... 1. to bal due ______.-..._.__ 700.H2 | :you gick-IS million bottle. ...Id. i i>atH>r puhllahed. In aatd oounty and .

scaly. Palla I Ihla Augu.t II, l.ai.
July 1. to bal due ...___.___._._._. 253.onlly - -- - U. W.

amt aollecuid _h.nu____...'- 6200 1".1)) C'l.rk <: ", .
- It, C. A. (

I 1886 ).
J. K. FUTCH.
TELEGRAPH '.To Stop a Cough Quick I! rlolicltor. for Camplalnan.. -

lake HAYES HEALING EY.'Sa' j jcouiih I -
NOTICE; FOR PUIII $
'
medicine which stop the cough by I Ii
i '
. U. 8 Land OIHce at Clalneavllla.
i dealing the Inflamed and Irritated tisnue 13. 1921.

A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE DAVISINSURANCE Notice .la hereby given that Jamea

SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Cold; and 0 f Htarke. Hurl-la' who on .. ..
1917. ile. homratead .
No
in. entry
FLORIDA
STARKE Croup !I. enclo
HAYES* HEAUNG HONEY. The salve lion 4. Town.hln II Routh. llange !Vi')' !:) '

should be rubbed on the cheat and throatof lahea... meridian h.. Slid ntitloe

<< children uflering from a Cold or Cr I ela, m to the land alov deeerllieil. l
the h...lln. effent of Hxiyea* heeling Honey In. i clerk of the circuit. court at Btarlie.

aide, the tliruateomfHoed: with the healing effert of I nn the 24th day of ..,'..mho.. 18. 1.
l.rove a O-Peo-Trat Salve through ttie pucna of I Itbii I. Claimant namoa .. _Itn...... *

skin. aona atop a I J. A. fttarllng. of I iwley, Florida.T .
I
C Both mnedlea. am parked In one canoo.ad lha I I A. And,,_. of Lawtev Florida.
mat of lh.combined treatment la Sfiu. 0Juiit Fred H...... of "'.rk.. rlorlfla

auk your druggist tot HAYES' I) STARKE W. (j. Starr of Starke fl'.rl.l..

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RAUrOUU COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE, FLORIDA

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EIGHT --- -
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-- - .-- - .- -- -- -- - -- after girls! ,,'er, !,niirM. rl i ir <
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--- ,-- ---- ...netr tumid h...ie. )hnnds dare restingon I lee <'r<* thing nns a secret : It might .
took her plnO nisi, Allx. with nu a...1 aJI. tin he' '/ ni-t I.I. with HKMII I. ift ,,
the table hefftre him stared at them I well rain to nothing, after .
totilhed. look. ai tlie' mincer girl's. font hour I Ix>!I' M" the I, I'm": .
steadily Anne, with a quick UttJehlsB That '! the beginning, and af.M .
oaf
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act ".,. drew h.t W'W"'r'H. )'. Imtnedlbtclv hetwennthem wan oix-iily dis< u-ot-il. slut tnre'crncp ."
oT surprise, smiled faintly Allx I W. ultlioiiL-li, It was sn-Mmn-d

aflerwnid Martin silt np. the uustllted. widened tier eyes, lind'j' fW\n"I'.nt "! to Cherry's ir
looked hewlldereillv nlioiif' from one oil that nothing mould! be .

face to another looked bin ncmtclx-d opened her mouth lu uiiHlTeileU\ us-1 changed, and that nobody but tlieuicelttw rmjre.SouichoA.
Sisfer tonl..hll'l'lIl.ur there was uo mistaking few days later
share the secret, somehow c we< jpluiiN
should
1I wrist and nrt! "rjee. !" In a thoughtful\ Cherry' (uric. lite seemed different. Two c'rthree ( writ la the ulr I und they v, e

tone. ., "Doctor." said Martin, coming In, after the, uiomeutous\ ) all taking It for granted Unit t'hi--.,,

w "You scared Cherry out of ..leuears' "this little girl of yours and I havesomething dale the tree )l1I-tlDLlo'd and 1hn'tin v'''I'e lu Uu married all
of the mining of rose
growth !I" Ails reproached Mar.ti
} to tell you I" wine at 1:1Ido., liiuuxlliiiely, ; In October lu factdoctor .
!bis
went to
... : ,,. a;;.. '- The old man looked at him sharply current of life In, at lli>t pei'MUted' that the' e..""
m and the Interrupted
I 4 v "I-I thought lie might have hurt almost sternly, looked< about at the ,'dly found must wait until I April hut Mar
brown bungalow .UI'I'O' -
the
.
Id. In the ,fte,1
tihnself1"harry an girls': faces, and was silent. I reHsonuble linpntleiice und Chetr i
of llttlr-KJil 1 voices, nod with her l shy Its old groove. I "
-- "Are you surprised Daddy Clterrylau.h..d. The clfTc-! plaintive "ISut why: Paddy? clue tannuch
But nothing was time same.
KATHLEEN little bend bunging.' Anne decidedthat with all a child's Innocent silent t for him. Why, Indeed Chiary's
0- I IexultHtlon. more
In the first place was
It WHS becoming l : her deer dutyto The, next: Instant Anne tor. hud ever mother. had been married.\ at eluliteen

luck to C'herry. and !Martin were shaking hands and and thoughtful than the girls, Mix knew when that mom her',. Imxlmnd mil
MORRIS A few minutes later Allx Petit und sect him before Anne and
,r Allx had enveloped Cherry In an enthusiastic about Cherry'.. more then ten yearn older than MurtinLlojd
Martin left for the dally ceri'nmuy of embrace. that he wee tot birpjiy'

walking Into the' village for the math "Surprised I" exclaimed Allx. ""'by. plans, If the younger' girl did not. With "Wollid VMIS I ye now.let It iso on, vhf" die
of the engagement
The, house was very still! early summer aren't surprised yourself I IlI..r Ails only he talked hilt e.ml, >
you his comments doctor asked, .ulne\\ >tirr from
and she, knew
. drifting through ,
.IIu.lla111
sister flushed exquisitely and .
[ r that he one evening whoa be and Peteri>re
his doubtful mariner
and the ,
wldeol..ed'IIIdoW8 doors;
KATHLttN MORRIS Martin laughed. j "ears' walking from the train. lu'' the i iSeptember Ie
The ten
r Tie mistake. >
felt It to a
long day was slowly declining. Anne "We're Just about knocked Billy I" twilight."Lord .

nncloua p.l.j..d; Into the deserted living room, he confessed, and all the girl. laughed difference between Cherry und Martindistressed
1 Hie was hardly 'of It again , dent tusk me I" I'eter m, ,iipnidly I
II. he
CHAPTER I softened through all Its 1.1t'lIlIuut him ; "I.oke
what she was doing or sajlrg.; Martin Joyously.A I "1 think she's too young t.
general Blialiblness Into real' beauty. by the made for Martin and : and again .
the was
came close to her, In I Ieonfllalon. place and not marry all ..ne-"ut the 1II111'hler'lIdtllle
Immediately they gathered. by the I Khufts of sunset red that came In biscuits and omelet and honey and i CIo'rry'aa changed, too

faUeu rOMe lne, nil talking und. dIN this through the easement windows; sad< Into brisk circulation. only In the expected; and natural ways, now 1" "
sweetheart tea were put
( her
fatlicrdecided.
"How's little "I think I'll talk to her
puling nt once. A light rope was tied i my was deliberating betweenurloim becoming took her, I'halr.III d Allx thought, / Her dully letter from
Cherry ImPlell.1 Is better th
broke It like a rooming I her, VroRpects, not onlyIncrensed "Anything thaving
an experimental' tug occupations-for Martin .. Martin, new
sullied, and shy
flushes
looked up her throat contracted her make mistake. I th <
string. tumbling Alls vlolrnily III a Cherry 'walk buck with the girls- her Importance In the othergirls'
tier she looked down ngnln unable might "And what are your plaolr. Anneasked I Inflated her she'll listen to 01..1"! And a tiny 'ir'
mid but Innocently
Ittlug potdtlon, precipitating wliL'ii, her uncle called her eyes
to speck She had b..enaltlnlt 1 maternally two Inter he'en I led her Into the vtuih
: ,. had
fattier' Into a loamy bed. Ann.'ho "Annyollt'n'II't there. when that who had been silent during own 111'1 f-roll 11I1l'nc:1: promised
Her uncle
for his first word : now that It bad It was!! a quiet' autumn morning, fogirt.vet
"or tin.
Chinese fruit fisrment
with the
was bargaining a endSweeter young chap tumbled, But I've been the .excitement mildly Interposed! I to kpcp .
come It seemed so far richer worn, with a ), woody sue
vendor frankly Interested In their,undertaking : worrying about It a little. There'I'lIoquelillouthel'e'a "I think we needn't. go too fast derstutidliiK or preference, a profound ,11.\\
would, than her wildest dream. Impossible., iiex In the air.
hud culled that she no question that she You've only known secret httt this was
when. behind.. "How can I sep you a minute( Martin young pooJe friend and, then nii- "I'.i'foree decide this thing tine
help. them In a second -that C"erl'y-elllh'd him by his other few w".k8.lft..r all { you I'lrst one Intimate
murmured snapping his big knife each n the. doctor nal-l 1, snitltng! : Into' 'Ire
ly,
tend ex-:
Allx who was mill Bitting on the I name ''Martin' slue bulled him. must ho pretty sure of .olll'lI..h'.s before 01 h..r'IIM allowed, to gasp
trrouncl, another voice offered .help.. shut. Anne had crossed to the shadowy like decisive cJnlm over the ""\\11. The time came I Iwhl'1I bright late "before, Martin writes "It
thedIt'I"r' "I 1 have to walk down for'tlic, mall : Inking anything a It not"llecenf" people, that It's settled, I want ,to ask
A young man had. come Into doorway ; she stood still."You've of time-plenty of time Anne decided' flint was I
work wns stoppedfor -" stammered Cherry conscious only htW."II.lllm step. Plenty let Martin's aunt knowof I you to do something. It's something
garden ; I not noticed anything Mr. here nnd I must have some ( not to
Lloyd
n few minutes while they ",aI. of Martin and herself.. and Cherry" pursued, the 1l. when all these other people yon uon't like to do my little girl
about his plnns
talks
Bath Peter and her father werewatching I to wult a while--\'alt i
want
I the ye
'kn. dinner to
coined Mnrtln Lloyd. andsuspicion doctor, "A girl might: cull a man by "I know exactly how you feel Doctor ", rinnlly came a
lie .won tall and fair brand hut her with an uneaslnens Norths', when Cherry's health was )'"orY"
bla 1 and
name, suppoxe Martin said, sensibly ny.npathetlcalty. -
,
Into being watcncd I hrtclitliens
hnd HP tty !
that sprung Ions said -
with not BII ounce of extra 'weight I "I don't think there has been auy- "I realize that I Bhould drunk mind then the eifgngemeut presents
full-blown. Both men were! asking fade fyom 1 her glowing face. :-:helowt'r..d
with brown e 'CII iilwnyi laughing, und stated In level begun to come In.
> thing\ to notice Anne a have come to you first and asked to !
knew The
In evidence. themselves what they her )('H.
Into
n ready friendliness always I tone pity my respects' to your daughter. Except Her further only looked tenderly -

Anne's lietfrt gave a throb, of strange: young man who was suddenly "Well It must be' stopped If It has that It aU clinic over me with I I the IJui'. ejes nnd tightened' his mouth grew firm.
as she studied him ; Ahixflushed a part of their Intimate little world. "1 cuu't about the slender ""'II't' until you're twenty dear.
approval' begun, decided her uncle. such rush. A week ago Cherry was big arm protectInglv/ ,
had avague
his secret heart, I only ask
furiously, scowled" a ('('rlaln' Peter In permit It-I'd forgotten how the little most attractive child to me. young shoulders. Hut be was deeply That's jrmng enough. you
I only n
boyish approval Cherry hud not come dissatisfied feeling that Lloydwas nothing' to tU! to take a little tlm-Io be sure, d'ir"Shamir
; I witch_ growBl"Aguln'Anue I'd spoken to my aunt about her andliid depressed. There was '
I a man who held women as a :: ,. She shrugged: faintly
/ down. was silent. She \\' snot that I envied the man that sad, against young J.,,, 'd. It was only
"Cnn help us?" The'' doctorechoed .class rather In disrespect and had ;I she said only blinked (tie do\\ncnfct. eyes us If teurs
you In love with Martin Lloyd ; some tiny to win her and that mused the doctor 1 aghast--

.. his question doubt" ISily. "1dOIl'I probably bad his experiences! with was nol aa susceptible as the muebyounger was, nlil I Then I the time came for me what wns being done. In the world stung thorn
but th..reII'al no way of expressing : I I : was tnkp old father's word
lie them, "Can't
he dune I" your
know that It can bad by
Cherry and she had not : back to work-and 1 found I every day Hut lie was staggered:
his to get : .
asked."It
less governing ,
much Strickland;
!
Or.
I for It?
admitted."What's. his urging to help. her to a quick sur couldn't gal! Alld'th'n' come last the bright rendlnefis with which aJI

that you're .ntlnjC-un airl- conduct toward Martin by Roml'whlltappIIU..d. so purelycpeculetlve I render. But for the first time In her night, when I began to any goodbyes of tlH.Ilt--CI'rr, Murirh, the other.. tent (lint. l1u" I" she protesterteagerly
wait
I'otfnrlhl! nflld to Anne In- his a prejudice. I life she had seen an absolutely! suitable and-It happened! I know that you girls-nci-pplei' ) the stupendous, filet nml affect Innately. "I'll
wile In the sunny garden struggling I have waited I'll waitintl)
to
"I
going nay -
laughing. .
wily married.She
whose work position he
man a man all hardly know mile, and I know IbatClI..rr tint Cherry was to I I
Hint If It woe a pooch, you lire a cnnolhal I I with the honk Ria. Peter decided looks name und character fitted her ; Is pretty young to settle down ,; was quite frankly and ....lIl1'ht-1 I Christmas, or April If you coy HO
( of clirferene"nothing
a
I" that this was not much to (now the lint It won't make any
I for
t rattier exacting standard and Doctor troiiHHcuii now,
I satisfy edly discussing
but I think can you
rt "Oh. hrlpl"! Allx ejaculated, with a I person who might have the uiiflnclty had let herself think will. I love hint and he loves
time she
first flint, give her Into safe hands nnd tirely ahsorhcd In her own hupplnessI'I
end I you
look of clnhorate scorn. 1 to fall In love with an cxqulxltp confidently of bclnK wooed and won. trusting I I me, timid we always will.
she'll never regret
where tactnight Innocent.' Cherry. After nil. she would 1 believe ' [ "You don't know" Cherry wont 01
"No, hut were you And standing lu the' do..r"uy, she I"lie w-munn ' ) i iiit

?" Mnrtln! ndded InI lower tone not bp a little girl forever ; some man ; tasted' the last bitter dregs of time, nie had to his feet as he choke with suddenly watering eyes, .nu

4 when he and Anne could'" speak, unnoticed. . would wnnt to t"kp tiny little corn- I dream,. It was all over Anne was and holding gotten the hark of his clmlr, I'l l don't know what this summer of pen
colored hend and. flint dpllclnu Iit the was both! It ui
tier
The happv color flooded ration bus mount to us
at the age! that sets twenty-five years anxiously and eugerjy Into the
r fllCV."t'. pI 11k-o LIA person away with him someday ns the iletlnlte boundary of ftiiti8tur-' looking must 'wait longer, why, we will of

t, 1 1 live to tnke care of lilY family to he his wll'I I hood. She would be twenty-live In old"Wellsaid man's eyes the doctor touched ootiiHp, but It wilt mean that I am

him de And suddenly, "nlll..h\V-oh, I won'
shin along
:
sometimes' V'! reiglndi'd\ Just living,
August It had
"well!
and. he stood pnxrled ':- ,, In Ida gentlest tone %:-54 smiling: with
murely.VaNirt' Cherry a good mihutltute stab of pure pain AJIx came In from her walk lo\V- I I can't promise her cry she Interrupted
and, sick In (the garden lied wondering to come pcrhups. R Til to bear It de
? log, und full of a great discovery."Dad !Mr I.lov d. hut If I wet lanhes. try
rable l" he agreed."Isn't L what was happening' to him.e I to you very soon sometimes I feel as If
"Cherry's ndo, ," she snld( eugerly' , taking her, both willing to wait, and It cently1 Hut
i slio s'eeft'Arme nuked enthimlimllcally. "JIHII'II-wnnt n drink?" Allx united place at the supper table, ",, hut do you are this to be the real feeling I I couldn't" bear' It-"

s ..fih..'. only n lit!tlo girl, coming( out with a tin I dipper that you think I'll lift you u dollar that time I proves don't believe you'll Ibid me hard > A rush, of tears choked her. She

hut slur'u little girl who Ingoing spilled n glittering sheet of eater handkerchief. and felt
really, mail Is fulling In love with our S. gropeil. for II
I"dd' down the thtrstv" nasturtiums. "!teat, on you !I""Thul'a J'l. l :. ,,. her
to hove a lot of attention Rome 1"Anne lu1 as she hud felt so many times
,' I Cherry all I ask, sir !I" Martin multi, /
uAdedIn her tutus' matronly few minutes.. Peter.. Dud wanted a .. .. Into her
day !I" she a nt the bend of the bible resuming, Ids sent and his dinner. And, father's handkerchief pressed' '

manner pole, and l Mr. Llovil. lum" gone up' Into I looked pained but then was genuine( for the rest of the men! harmony andgnypty linnil. The doctor eighad.! There wa

Martin did not nnswer hut turning the woods to cut "11( I apprehension In the. doctors tore r"I1II'd.Aftl'r nothing more tn be said.

briskly toward the doctor, he devoted "And Where's. Cherry liter tucked, I "Wheie la your ulster?" he axiced. dinner Cherry and Martin In wI So' he gave Cherry. a wedding check

hlniHClf to the |IUHIII| >HH In hand, I drinking 1I.'p.h "1>i)wn there. by the gale: ," Ails an nil the ecstatic first delight of recognized t that ran'Ir her dunce with Joy, and

They were all .deep In the /first( ":-: (. went along-Just up( In thewoods swered. "They're gazing sotilfnlly Into l for, went out to the wide front theie, wan no more ....rloll"III'M8. Then.

united, tug, each person placed, carefully herel". Allx nnsn,'rc" i. "They'll, I I each other's eyes, and all that I Peter porch where there were wicker chairs I were gowns dinners, ilit-iiter ',media'

by the doctor and guys: for tIe, be hack before, you could ret there. went home lint t'llI'rry-wltb I n heaut I II under. the rose vines. Allx alone 1 and present ; eiery day brought'", Its

rope. .driven ,at Intervals decided, liy They've. .been .gone.five .minutes. I Isn't that the Ultimate extension of InitgliPd, at them as they went. Anne, new surprlxp und new delight to Cher.

: the limit 1 I'm crazy ahout It-I I think with n storm III her heart. IIln)'..1 1 noisily'on ry. She" bud, her cieam-colorcd rajah

l yS, Five" tnlrnitoH were, enough to tuKe It's! grout; I love weddings: Thls'll the piano, sad DIP doctor after slllc tut, her sister and cousin per-

Cherry, and her loser out of Bight! of be tit. third I've been to !" 11'ln.th.: .. doorway where Cherry baddisappeared stiaded her. to he married In white mm

the house, enough/ to have him put his .1 hmiN that dressed the'
I "A II this seems to have come up a wistful look restlessly It acv their ,

t arm about her nnd to have IIIT raise suddenly" the doctor said diized-' took to his nrmcbulr and his hook In first bride,, when theorem>: day came

her lips confidently, and' yet xli.vly, ly very rumpling his gray hair with a flue such desolation of pint us he had not and fastened over her corncoloredhair !

again( to hip They kissed each other old hitnd. "I don't Imagine your sister known since the dark day of her motbI'r' her} mother's lure rell.

deeply, again and again I I Is taking' It ns seriously! as you and death. It was i o day of nolt sweetness not
Their talk was Incoherent. Cherry warm and
; Anne seem Inclined to- She W.. Delightedly Discussing Trous- too linirlnJy summery, but

I was still plnjlng. rOll'lI'lIlnland( milling "Oh, does Aune think .0 I" Allx exclaimed. : The next: day Allx and the engaged eau Now. ptlll under the I r..II. Until'ten o'clock\

.' her words few and Martin huvIng I pair walked. up to Invite Peter to a

1 S1+r hs her. so near coulfl? only repent theendearing tennis foursome on the old Illlthetlnle to sue lint flip oilier girls had Uses to

phrase that attempted to "I .think. Cherry !Is one or the fortunate court. It was n Saturday, and as he lire us well us .she td

express to her his l love and Tervor. I girls>: destined to drift along vsunlly dined with them or asked them. "I cot my curds, yesterday. ," she
"
I "You dnrluigl IV you know how I the surface of life, Anne sntd. "and to dine with him on Saturday!'; they said one 11.. ).. "I was passing the shop t

love you? You durllng-you little rxqulslte to accept' wlfehood quite simply." I were' not surprised to find him busy and I thought I might Olt well! The .

beauty l 11 o you love tne-- I only wlFlue ell, 1 were that typo--. herself. with a charcoal I burner under the woman looked at me BO quoerly ; she i si J K t N.

I you hive me?" Martin murmured and was Interrupted by Cherry trees compounding n marvelous. dish said: 'Mrs. John\ Miirtln Lloyd. Art

Cherry answered breathlessly I The girl came to the porch minute door of there ,
know I und as she hesitated u 'llt'"re' for me !I' 1 wish you could
I "You know I do-hot you seeking her faD room
I with her mulling eyes lI..1Ails
do!I" "Stop your messing one 1I.'on< have seen her look. Martin says In

Presently be selected the najitlrg t arid catching him I by the arm today's letter that lie, thinks people CNJW& k sMJtfVVi

redwood mid brought It down with I "Contrntulnte" theup cr"lIlur..a-th will tiny I'm Ills daughter, and .'\lIxhe -

j two blows of hula ax. The girl st'ui..uiherself they're going(0 be married I Why Mil)'" Unit you lire to come up to

beside him helped Mm strip I don't you ('()congratulate them?" visit tin" and we're golug to find you

I the I trunk, their hands 'CJII..t D utly 1 Peter gave one long look nt Martin n fine huslmnd 1Svon't It he funny to
'lldj
r'(1 stood laughing, think of visiting met Oh, and
who :
touching, the man once or twice delayIng mind Cherry, your
her for one more unatrncd und' i hut n little confused and self-con Auue-did you Bra what Mrs. Fairfax

,' laughing kiss. And Mnrtln mild that scious too. In the grassy 1'lIlh."lIh ashock Kent rue? A great" big glorious fur r I t

.t. .'i'- I he was going to make her the happiest 1 r.l I like death In his heart he real- I emit! She said I would need It up

Jj all Their there, and I IIIT1: It's not
over protection
___ wife n man ever had. i inrlljj'lng led' that It was guess

r the stripped tree they ran of her, their suspicious, had new. )OU know ; she sa>'s It Isn't the j,

Laughing and Smothered With Roses, htXMte come too bite, mind child that she real present but It run lie. cut down'
down tIle sharp hill to Jl* Just
She Crept Into View. i as Anne came out to announce-lunch, I was, she was committed to this fnsrlnatlng and! It will look like n*>w." /11 11t

1 when there was an eon. Peter was wnmlcrling; off In the and mysterious adventure.Ills And so on mid nn, The other girls 1d

Martin urrlvnl on Itllt.rrUII-I 'woods nearby, but 'Auue' at Allx'8 face grew dark with a sudden listened f>'nii>nthlzcd and rejoiced, but I

tloti for clinriicterlHtlc Cherry's coiiuotry she did shrill jell of summons oral luofced, : relieved runt of blo,,". Hut he went to them It WHS not nlnajs' easy. 1

With the others bud, by when lie. saw Cherry amid Mnr- quickly and shook hands with Martin August brought Martin. lJ'Will
as
Dot approach of the front porch and the garden I tin not even talking to each oilier. .l a and was presently reproaching Cherryfor delighted: with his work In the El Nldo

weans from the study They had been gone only ten Minutes. her secretiveness In his old or mine, the "),;1I1111Y Younger," and everything
but
f path, crept almost his old, way he had to about It was
window Into a veritable tunnel of I Ierel'o It was a happy meal ten ewrycnie, say

bloom and same crawling downIt nod after It they hud attacked the rose N- He arranged that they were to play minting,' and Interesting. It was still

mmcles now the tennis here on his own courts and In A rather chaotic condition he reported Colored
sweet and fragrant: as lovelyand ,bush again, with aching They Fastened Ower'Her Corn-
as beat. It later dine with him but under Ml, but the "stuff" was there and
fresh, at the rones theuiarlvee.W and In the first real mnunier Hair Her Mother's Lace Veil. ?
us hidden by a blueunbounet was three o'clock before, with a great r hospitality and under the golden beau- he Dl\tI'lpt1led.u busy winter. He
head wee
Her bright twisted of the day It was all pain- llln- to huve crude mountain and the tops of the red
assumed. she exiJulnedlater : crackling and the 'rel..a of a- s ty was a cottage, a pretty the
,
the thorus tangled her branch, and a general punting on* raiD.It was agony to see her with affair In a few >tet>ka, right at the woods were!' tangled In scarfs of white #

because and smothered heaving on the part of the worker,. him beginning to taste the rapture of mine. fog! then the mellow sunlight pierced

hair: but as,she laughing crept! Into view, theunhonuet at last the feathery mas hart risen\ afoot N ;Iv love given and returned; It was agonyto "How mince that llnlen to you?" he It with. sudden spectacular bright/

with roses !heck und> thp lovey "- -two feet-Into lie air, had have the conversation return always asked Cherry She gave her father a log and lifting. t
sllppwd
tendrils\ of atood tottering like a wall of bloom to Martin and Cherry to the demure and Interrogative glance'

| flushe l little face, the with white for*. and finally with a downward numb first love affair Peter felt that he )Martin following It, Immediately sob (Continued Next Week)

gold Itro'ln.u'rollll: bail settled to Its old place on the could have killed this newcomer( this ered. t

bead, and mischief gleaming In the roof. Hong was pressed Into servicenow .dl"( Said Cherry "I've" Brought thief this usurper of the place that he "Jutit what In your position there?" . ,I

blue, blue eyes was framed only lu and with Martin was ewe the Martin to Supper"there himself might have flUed."Dad's the doctor united, pleasantly, I
with a rope. shouting: I always said he disapprovedof LooKing. tor Virtues
loosened pale gold hair. roof grappling "A lithe lilt of everything, now, divert
Years afterward AUx remembered, directions. I face, they saw that Oy wiie firm long engagements" Allx commented, Martin answered' readily and respect When you have u wind to ...,,

her to small laud she drew her lover beside "but ought to bear him jour fancy consider the good .
hejped slipping noiseon amusedly, you
'" her .o, as Martin Lloyd There was a rending, fully. "Lnter, of course, Ishot, have the enterprising
j t spring free of the brunches, and she the roof a scream from Murtin. her. Martin Lloyd's smiling face now '! This thing-he won't even call ) my own special I work. At present I'm of your acquaintances; as modesty

and I"'h'r.\\ showed, above hers In the lamplight. -It's an understandIng vigor of this man the
stood laughing at their surprise and shouts from the doctor and It nn engagement doing Dome of the assaying and have third.,

till cllnirliig to his hand. "The day With a grout sliding nnd running of "Dad I" said Cherry, with a childish or a JlfPtl'rpn.18 to be a profound charge of lime nlulre-gang They want of another the liberality of a entertnluljig -
y
we raised, the rose tree" hud 11IRee the refractory sprnye and with a liorrlfylng \ I breath. "Pud I've brought Martin IIp'rl'and Cherry's to be twen me to make myself' generally useful,' and so in. For there Is nothlug of the BO virtues -|

of Ha own 111 Altx'H memory as a time stumbling and 'fulling, down to supper 1" yore before any one rise but oar make suggestion take hold in everyway us a lively Imago character (,'(
the t
exhibited In
of carefree fun and content, a time of came Mnrtln, caught In a great f"l.el elves knows I""Thut'a occurring **

perfume and unsliln_perhaps' thef' of the creeper, almost at Cherry'n feet CHAPTER III. Peter did not hear her. There wasbeginning the way/ to get on" the alder those we converse wltli Let, this, there tnumerously
,
last time of its kind that any one of A time of great running and calling i : n little hope In his heart man Mid, approvingly. Cherry us possible. Marcus A*

them was to know ensued. Cherry dropped on her knees The three at the table did not move Girls did not always fulfill their first looked admiringly, with all her heart i, tore, be alwnya at huud-

Martin daringly III his head her for perhaps twenty slow seconds. Dr. did not often do co. In t rellus Antonloui.I'AE .
f' Cherry looked at beside him and had on engagements ; by per CJ.es. .her IIusbRpd. o-be. the

Coined thrilling the laborers to ttJexcltem"ut, her whole be-of IU'JD, W a .mo'UVJUUUin Ail C\\t"fr $! iltI:1rklllt: \\:Oio had jniabca. Mcfe. bis



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