Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 16, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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VOLUME FORTY-THREE STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: \ 16, 1H21. NU.MIIER\ TWELVE.

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MISS! ALVAREZ ENTERTAINED --MANY--KINDS-OF- SKIN!: I: -- fOMI'l.lMKNTAKY i -TO MISS- U ';- : U'
PEACE
HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY EVENING I RAILROAD FOR I IIn. REIGNS i I _I lIES !1 .j

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.fj' City Fire Department ( ,.nlrih.ute -
Miss Aileen Alvarez entertained Their Kit to I"aIll... of Girl; IN VIRGINIA : Miss Audrey Johns gave n prom' i1 j
STARKE'SEEMS ; ,!
OPENS DOORS charmingly Tuesday evening from 9 w party Wednesday to Miss Clara evening Mae Purden.complimentary if ;

to 12, at the home of her parents After Miss. Cecilia Starkpy 16 year : of iM i
1'1111I1'11.'ho' has been" visiting her B
MONDAY A. M. Mr.!Walnut and street Mrs. J. M. Alvarez;, on North e 'I A PROBABILITY old with, of Jersey her thousandth, City, N. J.skin, linn graftingordeal finished MINING FIELDS sister, Mm.. O. I, .Ilenxley. 't"I.I]

Throughout "
: the.etening punch winenjoyed I
The guests were entertained on the : the will be a sort of blood relation '
r' and 1 the hostess. served a delicious -
wide porch which was effectively decorated i to't'r)' member of the JerseyCity SOLDIERS RESTORE ORDER HIT
Ol'R PEOPLE ASKED TO ASSIST!' : I salad courmi. The guest all '
OF TEACHERS SATURDAY
MEETING with Spanish moil and the fire department and numerous !MINERS SAY THEY: WIM. I1
I IX IUTIMHNG! SHOUT SECTIONTO spent n happy' evening with theirhostess.
3 P. M. IN OFFICE OF who bits of I !STAGE A "('O11E lat'K"
other friends
dainty ('oral'Ine.. Punch was served I are giving -
I ]Miss John and
IiING'LJI.ARE! ; the honor
TilE PRINCIPAL throughout the evening by little Misses j i cuticle in order to patch her up.MHS I I guest, I\llslI Ihndcn.Ilesidix .
Mary Canova, Hazel MuUleton and -- Starkey; was frightfully burned Federal t troops, for the first tim\> I
Bradford High School will open for I Hazel Dowling of Jacksonville. Conundrums On Tuesday, the 18th inst., by in, about four months ago when a I since' Civil war days, filtered, n stateto I: the honoree, Miss Clara '
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the session of 1921.22 on Monday, and an advertising contest \'itation of The Florida Farms and industries stove. over which she was working ex Ii i quell u rebellion when President !\JII.IIUI..lt'fI, there were prcxcnt

September 19, at 9 a. m. afforded much amusement, and in the I Company, R. L. Dowling, V- ploded.Three. Harding rent. three regiments of infantry : Minuet Clara Mae Shcpaid Margaret

The fathers and mother of the pupils latter game Miss Madge Middletonwas i President and General Manager, 8 of her brothers arc members I into\ Logan and Mingo! counties I Livingston, Ktliel: ( Trillin Iris m1r. 1t

all well as the public generally, the fortunate winner of a dainty : delegation of Starke citizens went to of the fire department\ and they offered "' (Virginia, to halt tjie) rc''"el- \\1I.m. Ailoen Alvarez, Mudge Mi.l.llu- ll a

are invited to be present. Pupils areexpertl'd handkerchief, and Joe Wainwright of Long Branch to discuss prospects of themselves. Since then every m nibrr lion of striking miners. It was not I Kltznlii-th: Urownleu, ..leannettoDurden ,{
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to bring their promotion I a handsome tie. Iris Epperson received extending this company's railroad of the force has cither given a hit I found necessary to place the disturbed ) ; Harold Wall, Jim Kickhtrr.

curds that they may be properly en the consolation prize, which was a from Kingnley lake to Stnrkc. The of cuticle or is on the waiting lint, aI-I area. under martial lav, us v us at Kirk Lewln, Joe Wninwriglil, Charlie
I railroad is and in active and Gus! Kumtlcy, Morgan Darby) Ile r. .
completed operation first and the
rolled. toy mouse. Dancing, to the sweet so numerous other friends. Two hundred I expected, troops RIM'l'd.ily
The faculty that will begin: the work strains of victrola music, waa indulged from Green Cove Spring to and fifty grafts have been made, I restored order, disarming hundreds bert Kitch Omrlvy Johns., Herbert'' j

of the school opening; day is composed in to a late hour. Long Branch), and Is now being constructed but bliss Stal'keyUUllt submit, to 70: of miners and forcing them to I'yal' of Jtu-knonville, and Willie E: |>- ,k

of: Miss Alvarez, the hostess, assistedby : from Long Branch to Kings- additional operations before!' the burned I .return to their homes. The" call for pl'rSUIi.I .
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High: nchool Misses Mary Cunova, Hazel Mid ley lake. apace is covered. Surgeons says: federal troops was made lifter WestVlriirinia
Prof. Bcnj. B. Lane, principal. dleton and Hazel Dowling, served a The delegation tf>pl''lIl'ntlnr'tarke! she will'rnhllllly recover i deputies and sheriffs found I "I\UIINf! : I'AMTY
Miss Jeunnette Matthews and vicinity was as follows: L. A. themselves unable to rope with the 1
Mrs Jay Alderman. delicious ice course. i Davis, Jr., S. !II. Johns, Luther Powell, FAREWELL !SOCIAL I I armed hands marching against the I Siiturdny evening the following {
Besides the hostess, those enjoying; 'per.
Grades I thin pretty alt'llir'lOro 11I8se8Jadge! I, Kills Wilson, L. V.. Moore, C. L. I'I't.k. ___ I mines. A pruerillH warfare between sane enjoyed" n swimming party nt A

8th. Grade, Miss Zole II. Bailey. Middleton, Iris Epperson, Audrey I J. M. Alvarez, J. R. Davis, \,'. E. Var- The B. Y. P. U. gave a social lust I miners and mine employes, existing Klngnlcy! luke( : C. '\'. Alderman, Mrs .r

7th. Grade-Miss Eva Powell. Johns, Clara !Mae Shepard, Vivirotte borough, O. M. Inman, F. F. Stump, Thursday evening 'It Kingnley' lake : for months previously, had taken the K.: R. Mumhltnrii. Mrs. T J. Alderman

6th. Grade-Mr. Chas. R. Snpp. Floyd, Margaret: Long, Clara W in. ; IleWitt Jones. Complimentary to n number of members I form of open warfare, ns armed bands of Waldo; Mrs. K. A. Scott Mr. and,

5th. Grade-Mrs. Bessie McGruder. wright, of JacJ.sonvilleJe8I1rll.; Will i The Florida Farms and Industries who left this week to attend, col-j numbering t thousands of men shot nt Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Thomas Mm- Iv

4th. Grade-Miss Marguerite Shriv- Epperson, Herbert Hitch, Harold Wall Company is carrying!:: on the biggest loge or teach in schools. The honorguents each jiitlirr' from niountiiln tops andvalley's I Laugh, Mrs.. John I n. Alderman and\ l
agricultural development! in the state were Horace Wilson, who will of t the .
r. I Charlie Johns, Powell Carpenter, Joe dlltl'u4'd11'11. daughter, Misses Sue and\ Martha, of
3rd. Grade-Miss.: Lucy Wethliigton. I Wainwright, Kirk. Lewis, Paul I and !in the South, and doing it in such resume his studies' at tIe, UniVtrsit,1 I After the troop! hind,\ restored order I Jacksonville; John (Padgett, Connie

2nd. Grade-Miss Evelyn Dernarec.Ut. nova, Jr., Carl Johns and John Pow-I I, a practical mnnner that n wonderful of Florida; Misses Mona Alderman President Harding, acting! on the 1'adgett timid Miss Henrietta I'udgrtt, )
Grade-Miss Olive Ray I ell. success is already assured.It and Mildred Crosby, who will I recommeinlation of Brl .-CIen. II. II.nandlioltr. of hake Hutlrr! ; lrf
It is believed that thin is an unusually i will soon result in n proud unil entet the Woman's College at I commanding the federal llumptnii) Irftuise Murshliurn, ofrhnttnhtioihfe ,

good faculty, especially in view LEND: A HELPING HAND I'continuous agricultural town front Tulluhassee, Minn Jessie Thomas, who I t troops in t"reliollimm" urea" ordered ; Misses loris) Scnlt : y.t

of the fact that teachers have been I'' Green Cove Springs to Klngtdcy lake, I will teach at Lake Vales, W. A. Scott II I the Twenty-sixth infantry to return and Klam I he, Alderman, 'V, A. Scott, ,

very difficult to secure for Hie salaries I Our city is gradually I but steadily/.! and thence to Starke, if our town and and sister, Miss Doris, who will teiicli to Camp I Dix N. J? Ill homo timid John 1'owcll,

Starke has been able to offer, these becoming the Mecca of many !Northern: community grasp the present after tosecure I Itt Ormond\ L. L. King who will roBume still Ion. (GI'n.| Hiindliollz expressed' 111" _._...:._

salaries being 1 lens than what Wl'repaid families. Quito a number of these 'I the building of the railroad on t his studies nt the Baptist Ilili- opinion that the situation could l 100 I COMMUNITY' SING

last year, and below the salaries! have visited us with the intention of into Slarke from Kingsley lake. I le Institute of New Orleans j conlrolledvitli fewer troops t so the --- .. I II
paid in other sections of the state. In making this their future home; but An immense canning factory is now After a refreshing swim, tho party nno, regiment. wail withdrawn' War I l.itrl !Sunday' iiflot-noon th..r.VWi

almost every case the teachers have one thing wall lucking to induce them I being, built at Long:: Brunch, insuring I listened to Victrolu music and l en II I department olllcialu would!.! give no Homo good music nt the piirk mud next m ,

come in spite of the salary. One place to .'till) Now, while Sturko i is in the a market fur limitless quantities of I joyed! sandwiches and fruit punch. ',I opinion as to how long it might he I Siiiiilny, afternoon I the l."J.'rll1r" t

In the high school is filled only temporarily midst of a boom it is a good; opportunity potatoes, beans, corn, tomatoes and Those present were Mrs. E. It MurHhburn i i necessary to keep federal, troops in planning for a grout sing. There" will

because it has been impossibleto for us all to,get together and i all farm products! used by up to date I' 6f Chnttuhoochee, Mr. nnd, ''! the disturbed I territory.TI.e I ho orchestra l music to load t the.Jilnging. '

secure a qualified teacher and one help remedy this one deficiency. Nenr- cnnning factories, Including sugarcane Mrs. I F. A. Scott. Mrs T. N. ; Went. Virginia coal counties I Mr. S. K. ItIt..1IVIII pM*r the t

of the places in the grade may yet ly all religious denominations have I' product I ha ugh, Misses Blanche and 1.lm'l' I have long been the "" ,'n"11 of chronic! clarinet which will mid(, much/to mho '

become vacant through\ a resignation; : substantial houses of worship, and It I i A big ,luck is building at Green I Alderman, Thelmu Snellgrove, lawlessness.' The; mountain regions mimic, Come to the park' At four .

The principal has been steadily busy: I seems only just for us to help build a':' Cove for Clyde' steamers to load 'Powell. Adine Watson, Clnrn Wainwright i ore the breeding places of feiuN, the o'clock and join I. in the singing :

since the middle of July trying\ toI I small but neat house of worship for I I freight\ for New York and eastern of Jacksonville; Doris Scott, I I stronghold of muomdilners, and the __ .I* : : ..,_. "
complete the list of teachers, and has the Catholics. Think over this and ports.. Connection ut Green Cove with I Jessie Thomits, Lois and Louisa :Scott, '''training qunrters of gunmen. The I 1..1' n tiny
been kept here for the past three : let's all lend n helping! hand for u the Atlantic Coast Line railroad will of Sutherland, !Messrs. John Powell, state has been powerless to maintain :j I tho detectives wero attacked and seven 4

week because it seemed impossible to good; cause.Mrs. I I I give competing rates by rail to Jacksonville I II "'. A. Scott, Charley! Powell, Hersehel order, because of 11 III kIf peace rifll-! ut them. killed. There' was mi |In-

fill one or two places. I J. R. Davis, Mrs. O. M. In 'I and all points cnst. i Crosby, Thomas Llmlmugh Alex cers and n small state constabulary.Wont | vestigutlon. by Hut grand' Jury. Vitt v

A meeting of nil the teachers has man, Mrs.! Max! Klostermun.SHOOT I'I The Florida Farms and Industries I! White, of Jacksonville, Horace wilson, Virginia lias had rm national\ '', !:'..,IIlIt'IIV.'I'I' Ilircalcliod, and,,,,t one oC i'.

been called for Saturday afternoon at I I Company's lands extj-nd no further L. L. King, guard!, nlthoiigli the last state legislature j| thorn, A HUP" IliitnVld, was shot t In nh

8 o'clock in the principal' office, to I ; I I west than Klngsley lake, but extend In i provided for such a body.For homo as lu Kiit milting I U" > his wife

attend to some preliminary arrangements i largo/ bodies .south of the lake. This TIIIltD CLASS POSTMAHTKH EXAMINATION 25::; years I the region was disturbed Then rune I lie. I trials of (thi' indicted, f

y prior to the opening on Mon John and George\ small sons of a !I! course they will naturally take to develop because' of the notorious llnl- thief of whom wan "Siil" HnUicId. ,

day.It i:' Baptist minister, after listening to I 1 their own holdings. But notwithstanding I lleld-McCoy feud. Human life In till chief of ,police, of Mnlli>wan mind I olio.

is the desire of the high school one of their father's doctrinal sermons !I : this fact, they propose" A t'il'cularl"'lv..d from the post- the district IH (ho cheapest' thing In of ,the. inont. picturesque1' (if Won ijtrginiaiis. '
and In which he set forth that baptism I to extend the main line from Kingsleylake office department has the following to
faculty of several of the nlumni the alumni. trackless. mountains. Mattewan ll<> was urquitted| later loh .
of the institution that the graduate! by immersion Is essential to soul ', on Into Starke, if our town and I II Hay: which figured only II few shot. tn di-nlli ns In wan entering( "" ;
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of the salvation decided' they must baptize> community will share a reasonable "At the request of the postmastergeneral '
school
high hold a meeting atC months' ago: as I the seen of I ho trag the, 'nnrlh"uK"| of n neighboring enun- .f '.
o'clock on the afternoon of the 17th, their family of cats. I part of constructing:: the six to seven I II the United State civil service I l.dy'h"11 ten were lulled In n fight ty to answer to another charge,

for the purpose of organizing an', The kittens made no objection, and :I miles necessary to reach Starkc. I II commission announces An open I between lwin-J''olts. detectives! and Just, September the t union miners' t "

alumni association, and a meeting will one by one were soused I In the big tub I The opportunity offers. It is up competitive examination to bo held on miners, was One stamping ground of outside (II" Will iUlIIlIOII 'field' orgnni-: : 4

probably be called for that date and of water, but when it came to the to us to take it or let it slip.I' October' 8, 1021, to fill the position of I the HHtficldx. and from it they set ed I to. iniirch into Mingo county mid 4 '
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p hour ': mother cat, she at once rebelled, \ and I, postmaster ut each of the ofllces hereinafter forth to meet the McCoys in .buttle.That have It out, with DID rallll.I'lIi"lI. miners .
I and scratched until at last, in METHODISTSunday : named at which a vacancy ex- I.
fought feud Is ended now, apparently, hut till innrch, wan t'IIII".I..r.? A 1\' ,
MORE GUAVAS I'desperation, John remarked: I lets It l is expected that appointmentswill but a greater tragedy has rested over other innrrli, into, time Williamson dmtrie' it
I i "Just sprinkle her, George, and lot school, 10 a. m., L. A. Davis I: he made a* result of thin examination : t the whole mining district was organized, : few weeks ago, \\I' .
1.. Since mentioning the! guava hushes I Ik her to hell!" superintendent. I unless it I Is found In the Interest to stampede, the '
go I The present, troubles date back In the! purpose being .fT.
k growing in this section In l last week'sissue i i I Morning service at 11 o'clock ; subject :, of the service to fill any vacancyby the spring, of last year, when tho non-union miners Into, HID organismtion .

we have been enabled to see a I NOTICE i, of sermon, "Christ Trnnsfigured." I II reinstatement, transfer or promo United Mine Workers of America Mini to express disapproval of the, xproclamation .S'
t.'; aura enough bearing guava. It grows 'I I Epworth League at 7 p. m. I I tion. This Is not an examination under sought to organize! the Williamson of martini, law In the. o-
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in the yard of Contractor R. S. Pow-I I Those interested in Sapp cemetery, Preaching at R o'clock; subject, the civil service net and, rules hut c.venwr1'I: : {'"'. At :
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coal' fieldil" Vnr!! coat wt.i-l1/ ; lien district ,
ell : Raiford requested to be j: "The Second Coming of Christ No. is held under executive! order of .-4"
''t t Just beyond the southeast' corner near are ; nn east of thu Tug River, which ut that !least I Tijnon armed miner ,nl1r('I 1I1. (
of Starke. The bush is about ten there on September 29th( with suita- 12. I !May 10, HI2I::! providing for such pro point IH the dividing/ linn between. W. from the, vicinity of Charleston! Itivmled j .'f"fl"'d,
'M feet high and of wide spreud.' It is ble implements, for clearing up and There will be special Instrumental i cedure." through hich. their
Virginia and Kentucky, Is one. of the Logan county,
of order. I and vocal music at all tho i iI I the where examination .=
very vigorous growth and guava! putting\ the cemetery in services.All Among pontofficcB richest coal fields In tin1 state. Therethe route lay into Mingo rowdy' Score i
all the WilY from half grown tr full I MRS. O. B. GORDON. loyal Methodists' are requestedto will be held, is Stnrke, salary organizers concentrated' their offorU. were' killed or wounded when these. ]

S grown, weigh the branches to the I come to the church next Sunday $2,200; date of vacancy, August 1. There was no question of wager hands were opposed by A'rlJllpi of d.q l '- (I .,
;. ground. : LOCAL COTTON MARKET: evening at 7 o'clock! for the purposeof 11121. i iI
I 'I involved, but, I the miners" were lIt.\ shcrilfH.. ..
With what Mr. Powell's family has I I reorganizing the Rpworth Lcnguu.Wo 1 Ju."J: ; i iI nnxious to establish n fivo-day week The miners, were well organized, l#' '..,'
v already consumed, it in safe to say While the hull weevil is still very want all the young! people there : ESTATE: 1 KANSFERS and n nix-hour day. but no olio would, reveal the \identity .vtl.
that the much in evidence, It Is believed several especially.Mrs.' I -
bush
will yield two bushelsof I The operators objected and U strike of the, persons directing the movement. -
of island cotton Smith wants all the The Strout Farm Agency through
fruit this The sam- hundred bales sea Sunday : wired trains arid motor.
year. generous 11)20 which him l.orirnging . They .
resulted in May, ,
ple given us showed that the fruit i* will be made in Bradford county school and church children to come to i their representative" O. M. Inmun, iiinco and! which is. curs to convey them tlJ their destinations ....

of excellent quality, and that when this season. The market for the sta- I the parsonage at 4:30: Friday afternoon ,I have recently made the followingsales the ever I bloodiest and most costly perhaps and seized urns and. amrnunl"i. ,;%.

plucked ripe from the bush it tastes ple promises to be active and strong, I for their story hour. Thin lethe of real estate : Hi'ike in the history of the country. tion en route to the scene of battle. .'\
have been fortunateenough last one she will have until further i It. D.- Sullivan to Ernest Thorn- .
who
much better than the shipped fruit, and those Apart from the present, disturbances It was to nettle this clash between ,,11
which is plucked to produce some of it may announcement la made.M. quest, of Ft. Pierce. und deputy sheriff t-
gl'e'n.Th're least 37 have .beenkilled marching miners .
c.::tirely, at persons
is another guava bush in the count on a fair return for their la L. SMITH J. II. Surrency of Graham to If. R. several hundred wounded, while and mine guards( that federal I troops iy iywere .
bor. At Griffin & Johns, thebu'ers Pastor. Waller, of Savannah, Ga. Ii I
yard but present
smaller. It also bears many the1 loss to the miners, operators, mil sent !Intu, the district
fruit. in Starke, are paying 10 cent T. J. Alderman to N. T. Uncnpher, the United ,
The bushes are given a little roads and general public. is estimatedat F.fTorts: are to be made by
protection but pound for seed cotton. lilKTHMAY CELEBRATIONOn of LaJunta, Colorado the senate
during cold weather, per Mine Worker to have) i !
this extra labor is paid hundredfoldby Mm. Mabel Knight to D. L. Lander, The 125,000,000.strike from the beginning was committee, which meets on Sept. 19, ,
the abundant THE TOWN!: ELECTIONThe September 7th, at their home at of Starke.A. situation in I'
fruit. We recommendthat attended with violence and bloodnhod. to Investigate the mining
Panama Park, Mr. and Mra. S. D. B. Radney to John W. Andrew,
every! person who has a plot of The mines which remained in operation Mingo! county, broaden its scope' of
off
Tuesday passed so Futch entertained lof
Md.
election a party of forty Baltimore
ground should have few bushes to include the area .
a
guava when the organized miners quit its inquiry HO as
quietly till the marshal had to go guests. It was in honor of the fifteenth Mr*. Alice Langford to Max: Klos- occurred.
I around and remind the voter that It birthday of their son, Oscar I' terman <>f Starke. work were fired upon. The miners on where the recent uprising another armed! '
time
the '
and their families suppliedthemselves At present
: A boy handed the Telegraph reporter was election day. There! being no Chesser. After Indulging in music J. L. Green to W. William and wife strike with high-powered; rifles truce exists. It 1 It well known that

a curious bone that resembles competition for any office, the vote and game until a late hour, an ice I of Canada. and establishing themselves In the comparatively few of the Invading ,w
nothing of what we have seen in that was very light! the candidates receiving cream course was served, which wan I Ji Jarre to G. M. Inman and Carl surrendered their arms,
mountains opened fire on the mlll"'". miner have l
line. It canal either 09 or 70 votes each. presided over by Mr*. Whitman, Mrs. Knight, of Starke. withdrawal ,
the
was found in Alligator The mines were placed under the protection and It In. believed! that with
while Mc r.i Perry Dover, T. N. Kendrick Maud Smiley and Mrs. M. J. Kite.
muddied for trouble
a deep pool was of mine guards and deputy of federal force mure
fish. and C. C. Starling were the managersof Then the party dispersed, all voting PRESBYTERIANSabbath :
It under
seem to be the jaw- sheriffs and for months these hostile will follow.
bone of some marine animal, as! It has the election. a fine time and wishing the honoree forces engaged in veritable warfare. The operators Insist they will never (c
school at lOa.
m.
Those elected were: many happy returns. He received
twenty socket for teeth, many of I The shooting at Mattnwnn early In yield to tho union and declare their
Sermon by tho pastor at 11 a. m.
A. Davis! Jr. beautiful and useful present!
Mayor-L. many
which dictation
must have been of enormous! outside
I'mbiUfrf'1'"oth intention to fight against ,
and 8 the strike greatly /
Councilmen-S. A. Bryan and O. J. A FRIEND. p. m.Prayer I II f
ize. The bone!', though buried six or I m..etlnlCVl'dlll'l"lny 1I1d,,". The operators had brought into Itt Ding, all p"lI.ilTh.y\ Insist -
eight feet In the ground for perhaps a Griffin. I the, region detectives! of tho Bald their men are better paiJ than
Clerk treasurer and collector-C. Tho fellow with a grouch i It the I nit, 'Ven-I
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thousand years, Is still mostly sound most generous of all men. lie forces Come and worship with u*. win-Felts agency to evict tho union! elsewhere. and that outside Intcrforpnce ;
Futch.
splinters> of it being as resilient as A. caused the uprising which him
I miner from the companyownedhouses.
? it whether want (tt WewantU. I
Tax assessor-C. A. KnightMarshal upon you you or
Steel the springs. It hag been added to -Silas Kite. not. DAVID tANDEU. On May 19 of lust year, af.I brought civil war to West Virgin! t
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? Mix
will let III have Cherry : .
I I looked) tit hei, in. .tinuM'd surprist'I, vlsnpllred fin nfTnlr In the l lei llt aniused."Well
1" Her father looked quickly at In r aren't ?"
i the 111'-.1 pluci'. I lour Ill| !1" hunguluw- years of nit! old century for I'eter. you
and n troubled exprensloo: croxKer hll "1 dont !mll1'.1' .
tiny UH U IH, Ii |IIIIW tIt, wlmle of a 11 "Oh and-an.he! didn't lo\e your never I he nf
Sisters I fllrp I tie rau.voii t" Itxi-ir. unit ,the preltlei Cherry asked cues yowl;; man." said' Pt'KT
i i "The, clrcuintitanred seem to make ItI "\\'It'I'r the who
view In Die alley.. I I think. And LlIt'Ii "The lady She, was unfortunntemarried wrnnun -'Q
I u Ixe to k<*pp tier here until he In our you iiieunly Is-I hate tier'1begnn .
I lore Ito nifxHj Hitting room with before I had n chance' to uk ry
I tint thU new" poKrtlon In the rig! "Unless "
ugiiln she
JP"unless !
all the" book and niUHlc and I love her sa Id Peter."Ohhh ,
inii'l" he KO Id. ate.. \\'011'ery young:, ana
I the way Peter emertulim. I wish,, !1' Cherry said again Ir na
'Br : "If I know uujtlilni about Martin I she added simply, "Hint I liked. fete pressed "and you'll never get OVf'r never told her !"
Allx: aii,,101.) ""0 poHltlon la ever K olnll:: He did not answer, and they
'l'Uo;
I half as well IIH I do his 1.0ulI..l""I''I'r'lI lifT' she asked tlmldl,. "I'eter. I
to he I the right one for hIm. I mean,. I I II along In titter silence. Hut when
a dear Cherry eloitendec"Ohs never knew' that she added: as he livji
aim added an her father Kate her an I e '1i i were!' nearinC! buusallto: Cherry bold|
KATHLEEN I II I know he Is Allx: Had was silent. "Does-does Dad know? <
alarmed look. "I pimply mean that his
.
almost
I tlmltlly:
quickly "IVter's always been a deal I "Nobody knows but Allx. and Ihe
that port of a man. And It /fteeu of course Itut I mean In a specli. 1 only knows the bare facts," he at. "I think perhaps. It would<< make
I NORRIS to me-cxjtl, the way he and CI.rrytake I her happy-and proud to know that
I senortlnlshtd' 1 Allx with an eitlrelj lured. her
their marriage She" doe&npetn I ndmlrerl her, Peter I don't know
uneiiibarraHsed" grin. I "Oh !I" Cherry could hunk of nothtn I 1 you
like otliet. married women. Alld'I who she I.. of course, but almost
any
Cherry', through: u .glittering Ioud to add to the sympathetic, little mODO--
the .thliuc In, will. "he.r \\' to /to'' of hair looked at her steadily. Sud, syllable I I ,,'nmttn'ould feel that I shall often

t ...._a.' &._ lwn.a back If she lun't-ruther cot'rred'Murllll f denly slie an odd laugh I III tilnk of thst talk we had a week ago<< ,
gave "Finished, with the showeryshrieked III
In odd you know ; IIP hue. ft I "110 know I ewer thought oPeter nd-think of you too. N-n-next tune
you
kind of Ktolld. Ktirpld pr"'''. He \I r"te, like that ?' she" mild. f Allx from the warm dark netInside you full In love I hope, you will IKluckier
k 6YNOPSIS. her weeks' ago; and asked b.rio, com .< cautious the doorway "Hurry urPeter | I I !I"
Ails nodded 1 with look at
n
-'" hack that If he woul : something smells utt..rl1!; : he her
\ and pie wrote :Silence:; Put guve Ids quick
CHAPTER 1 With hid two dauirhtcriAll tier futl.rlhl, ) was out of hearing."No . !I""That's
p I find, her n cottage, Khe would ; HIcouldn't grand I friendly smile. Cherry dared not
and Cherry, the latter. fuel ulghtee1year. ; nor II! We've always takeMm ) I
.j chicken
the !I"
old and 'nil nlec4. Anne (: oeu* go to Ids boarding house HIhnteil thing I'pl..r speak again.
> : kt Ktrlrklnnd.. rllred. la living at ; : !r. boarding! Martin ulI"wprpd ruther for grunted:; she admit- i shouted back springing up to disappear "Lnst -nil out !I" Allx
1.1 5. 'P ?, ..,. a short rtlmanc* from twn F..nrl..1 I ted. "Only I've been ruther wlshlni::. I stop ex.
1 till fitment. friend ll I'rtrr I that he would mime dH)', and Klie IIohl that I'eter wasn't ouch In the direction/ of the toatb'l claimed. "You get tickets Peter
: unflattering
lately an
,
hung or n recluNe. Visiting, In the vtclnlty. I Itall. to me, '(Iti. now ln"'n 'roHsl'! Nov room. Cherry" sat one silent, Hurray, there's Martin I"Caexpectedly !
Martin Lloyd, nilnlim rn.ln iet. . hlg-hrotberlsh everyday ,, s
In hive with and secretly bucomernicur .. mind I you<< ," Allx broke<< off vehement<< I; of still In the new spell. of the plensor -.IIt7 : !Martin's big fig\ :; ire
<1 to Cherry I "I'd rliHiij. the I entire liiNtltutlon or neighbor. sort person. I voice! the strangely appealing and ytmasterful I came toward them from the ferry'
Cherry regarded her steadily, wit
p" rilAPTKIt' II -Whlla the family I II iiiirrlaii:; If It\ wui met I I'd end al ll I nn awakening look In tier, ey.S."IS'lly personality.. Cherry Tied Trimly Into a Hat That I gate. Some ore from the mine had 'to
e e 0 e
o e e
pc.i-ulntlnK na to iJoyd'.Itrtentlnna. Cherry thin f Was All Big> Daisies, Was Silent for he assayed I In San Francisco' and lie
the asked.J'necmiHe .
lirlntia. him to .uPI>O,. prurllrally announrliitf lately The dinner strncpicd as all Peter'' I
a While. volunteered to make the
her envaBeriicnt. to him. I "'pli.1'' won't gn Into that !J" h..rfill ," mild Allx brlifkly, anunroiiuinllfullj tint l trip so
dinners did ; Allx: mixed a salad dress' him wife and
hpr Interrupted' her hiiMtlly, fur I that be might meet bring
"I think, Peter woul troubled' In their.. Hint thrill
I so n
CIIAPTMl: III-Doctor Blrlcklnnd feels Ails had aired tliexe views 'before Rfld 1ng; Peter himself flashed !In and ouof 'gore I her bark with him to Red Oeek
I. and O like me to--sell, l to atop inking him went I through I Cherry li-mit head to
Cherry too young to marry ureel ,
kitchen
i the hot hun 1rpll
I tiny n < his liniuls In Ih.-
with, then hanging on (
her in wait at least a year. hut the giicunKea ht'I'll.. nut In xymputh.v. for granted\ I Imagine: lie's nwfully; foot He 'ltiiintl; ntortod, hi.i look\ Tlnie\
him, Into acrenlnii to an tmtnedlutKrdillng . "A III l 1 you're right; : the ilillIn I tittles. KolIn Immaculate 11 netcame ) I city, he hud crossed 1 the buy for the
guess Arid I then I Imagine It would ..
lonely. : with
and the. reremony. taken place. buck' and forth In Il'lsurply! turned to the ear fiiiiilili-il hitgears
\\01111111' ; of the I return trip with iMiery.
with wonuin'H" nhpon pleasure
now, "
Nldc.
El
l for
the I'onple avlnv at ont1 I Pud
please, .. : Iliex t I were. oT.Cherry .
where. Martin la employedCIlAITKn .. ..l>illlteH''! ," he II'I tIotI. "And I.r, tAhlo'III'1 tI nit. Suddenly everythln : He met .them bemnliigly Then,
"
"ud 1 linn always been ridiculous!; t lied' 11'11111.Inlo. n lUll that
was ready the crisp, smoklng-hr confusion of greeting
I \IIII'll It her hntdmnd. TI."II11It.p ; \ 'IIS a little :; ingoodbys. "
Cherry' begins IV.-Th.,to. honeymoon feel a vague dayiever. die. place to ..rlvtIlfe tocelher to learn tKellier. & fond of him' Cherry sold thoughtfully French loaf the big, brown jar of bur. was all hi', .' diiNles' tills silent for awhile Allx und I'etei,. uatuieilthe

fltlarnrtion with Martin and the monotony I'll Bpeak to Cherry! Peter-pussihty In love with bllng and odorous chicken, the lettuc. bull: when Allx c nnd Amueom others lit the. rtiltlng: until' theIcrrjhout

lot h.r ii In ruriied.. Martin, smiled .uverAtom's
Well, there was something ratheplonsant the back, sent, she.. suddenly, wit' (regretfully
.
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley Juatli thought that vlie had never Been Dad bottles In their straw cases" : an head ; Cherry'' both little
Ullle, liiwyer I heconin enrngi'd to Anna,. : whlte-gloxed bonds on !thu rail lime
the wediliiiK month dlatanU being. act Alta fur vlalla H'..pl Cherry.imb..r]',. look old before !Khe paw the Bhacloi In the thought after aTT 1'f I cheeses and crackers and olives amCs "Oh. I hate to go iiwuy.tlil time eyes and a glint:; of bright: hair showing
some "
at JOI Nlilo l and the. two (Irla coax Martin on his kind face all the.. rent of that I Ails didn't mind bin tigllnrnn nntMnnesn. I and tiny deli lu oil and marrow 1 mind l It more even than the first I'I'I I under" tlu daisies on her hut her
Into allowing- Cherry. to ffo home for Cherry thought about It all! !
Anne'a flay. In fluted paper Unit were u' part' of time !I"Peter Hinull figure enveloped in a big |muse
wedding.hfnrtiu I morning whet day. She had no thought of money i t a If she. would like ti
It was only the next all Peter's dinners. coat, looked us < >
whose deep rtlsmitlHfaclloi. lie opened the' question with. Cherry: I year or two ego:; ; hut she was more' After dinner they watched the noun edging.. Mnooihlj' about, u wide! cry again/

with t'oiKlliloim ul lIe, "lOiiiiny: YHIIIIKtr 'tl'tl8 a brilliant mornlne witprliiK experienced now And Peter was rla'bOnlhfurlly rise!, until Allx: drilled In to tile" plain blue puddle, nodded" t'>)iuputlietlcaU' '.

:Ml no" Cherry well knew |md entered ... ulreudy In ho! air. Cherry 011: : she. would have mild! tbut' and Peter followeil her, anil the otli but did not,. 11\\1'.

Into Hoed' lette ate. was not going to change:; for lie lire "I .-\lIs-" Cherry sold< In Continued Next Week
u correHpondi'iiee the porch mi'pH, was reading a ere Clime In, tutu to sit beside einy ( )
months I.t.r..re'l.11I1 I the to u poxltloi' from Miirtln. Her father not dowu beside liter's dinner ; hut this ufternootwithout ... Ae usual It was midnight, before, any; mischief. She,; knew that the 1111"1

at another mine lliat seemed. belle. her. She had on one of her old< mentioning the fact "Ijequl..lly one thought:; of ending one of I'eler'i" I was not u Mile tine but wu. ' By accusing: other people of tying a

to Mill., and l IllMcail Of "IIIIIIJC down KOWIIB ami, bathed. In soft HUlillglil, got:: Into one of her prettiesdreHses evenings. Ibly Impelled. to pursue It. man often puts himself in the' mine

for a tiny or two ill I I lit) tinu of A"""'. looked elKhteeli' iiualn.:; The air wa8we ; a dress that lind l been IIIn.leIn And all through; the pleasant, qul..t11f1l1l0. "Alix'" said Peter, after' a silence class.

wedding, as. Cherry hud hoped.. In. /'t and punuent and damp am the long'ago excitement of I"l'0ua- and when he bundled" them up] long: enough:; to make her, feel aslniiaed,
her Unit. the aulhorltleIII /" and blue amIUTOKS ( Sean dn)'.. Peter UN a rather auto drlvi of herself
tnlgl't:; wrote fresh the Kky high:; In Ids own big loose" coats to
N+l till Itivll'rerk. pllllll, Illlll "JtllllHM|. the. crutilte fnee! of Tumalpul. antic and crltlcul' 1..llClth"rllM. on them h III lit!. Cherry wn. thinking: of: "Yes. Her young man lives In !Mill Force of habit leads many a woman

,i lit lilin," mill. lluil ..hl11... cloning UII| a taut fcnrf of mint waw llontlng.\ I thing;; us a possible" brother-in-law he him In this new) light ; Peter loving a \p\J\: \ 'y. right near home t"' elucidated I i to knit her brows while knitting the

nil his nflulrit at lie "IJiinny'; \'I>IIIII.r":; "Well whnt IIIIH Martin to Hay?'" wan another.She w woman und denied. The kiiowleil; I I family socks

, held had nirunuud,; lu lilp all IliolhoiiNchohl asked, the doctor. ciime downstairs to find h..r seemed" to Unite u IIU'UlIoOohullor; I

t( effects direct to lie nev "(Ili, he d'a-au't Ilk. It much !I" Cherry I father waiting mid they walked nwny; about him ; she! saw nvw charm It I

:i ;;;. home. Multi told, 1 till wife /gem-roil"" mild, making u' Illtle' face. "Ho de through the woods together. All: him, or perluipH,, u... she told herself, I

. ,1., j ly Unit. he hoped' tthe would silly will "crllii-M Hie village an perfectly hope hind already gone tip to 1'pter'H lionsi she saw fur the tlrst time how l'loul'm.I I

; her father. until I the mow WIIM ueeoni.... ICHH lle'ti tinned. Into the little hiniHi I to play tennis. They'' walked. slow I; lug he rt'olly'U". Ills speech 'emed I

I' pllshed nd'Cherry, with n elj-ur conscience i,; xlreet, uiid pollen two nto\e( I through the lonely aisles of the trees, ucttiiilly the ..11'1IulIl'r I fur the stammer on;

;. r cHtaldlfdicd brritelf? In her ohnioiii. ..." crossing n rend or two, cllinhlnistendlly ; at which they hail, nil InuglteiJ! I

,f t '''. She wroto conxliintly' to hehiDihiiiiil ''h "Ami, when rlia'N| lie want' his girl. ?'" upward under, great redwoods! years ngo ; the Might:; limp lent Its

1 J mill, often spuke apprechi' father put'MH'd.. Cherry's skirt brushed [the gold dns own touch of Individuality/ und theIIIIII'

lively of Marl's k bullions. I "II,' doeMi't! 1111)" Cherry nnnweredlinioi'i'iit from iiiiinseH and musses of buttercups I \ Lit umt criticisms of books slid, ]

Allow man-limp took place In midSeptember. l.\. "| think he In really Imp The It'lmlIll" o\er but Just over ; music, politics and 1'0'01.10.lel'e' soft JorEveiy Field Use/y '

It was u iniieli martfor. .pier! HI lime me bi-ie' where he knowi Peter and Allx were witting, Ktlll puntIng died by his liunior his genuine. humility ,

null mill elaborate II IT II II' limn Cherrj'i. I 1 am well oITI" i-lie mild. "I know I I I on the mil of the wide< open : and his eager hospitality.

I Inn) been, hermiKM, In Anon ..explained, HIM" she ended! after" a moment1 porch nnd shoiiied, as the othen. Kent day sue took occnxlon to mention I -

"Krenii.v's people lime been, HO generous /: I thought.Her carne tip. I, Peter' and! his flairs loA lis. ; $625 -

iiliiuit ghlng hi in tii| you know'. fnllier/ IMIH conscious of pane : "You missed doubles !I" called Allx. Allx: tinned tier)' roil but laughed F.o.ll.Detreil I i IliI

After ull h'.'.. the ?hint of the Utth'H ,: he hud nut f\en formed, the tlioii'lu "The grandest" we ever c\Ill\ Hotiblei.. I Itnrltll)'. I I

In hU I>VMI. mind thai Cherry. wits nnlinpp.v. with the Thompsons and three sell "If he considers. that an offer, he

) u 'I 1 he child!, he told hluiNelf had Ktrnlght to us-siv-two, nix-two and< can consider U a refusnl 1 .guess,"
ll lit- home nnd health. I six-two again': They've gone Oh, "1 1
__ __ a good l IiiiHliiiiid l. n she mild, boyishly embarrassed. ,
I und! m"I"\I'lo.,1. rcKourceH withinherself. I lieu true, I never had! arch tennis Oh like him-I'm crazy about him. Hut

u It UIIH pii/Kling: and! piilnl'ul Peter, when you Mood there. at the net 1 don't want uny party In ringlets und

i I V 10 him to 'reullze that there WIIH needed anti Just curved your hand like a !'up"Allx ,' crinolines to come Homing from the

5 ;, Honieililiitf mon-anil that that gave nil enthusiastic Imitation demo, past over 'iny. child's, Innocent :

Hiiin'lhlii>! wax lacking.' He felt n Hinl- -"and o\er she went nnd game unit cradle" '
I ... Miirlln; l'hy'U"II't Martin : lIt't'I" Pumps ill'
den II II It. lit ; \ "Allx, you're awful Cherry
: flTIT I iiiiiniiKlnK:; I hilt IIn'lIlr'- Cherry, sinking white and. frilly Into laughed.: 'You ouldn't talk that way Water Does
'
"Mnrl: dia'NU't' mention any 1111I..1'! a olinlr, smiled Indulgently.! The walk If you loved hkutl"Atlx !

I he ttlliat'Il."I'hiuake. had given her n wild-rose color, and laughed. "I suppose I ought:;

I to you I"' Ch'rrylId" I even Allx win. struck\ with her extrnor to lie u muss of blushes. Tlio truth Every

dimpling mini'hlfvoiiNly. "He wrote dlnnry beauty. Mix: hnd wheeled Is, 1 like kids, and I don't like husbands -
I quite llrmly, just. before Christ: inns,"\' I nhnitt on the. mil to face the porch -" Power

/t yi leaeta! Blie added, "but I told him thut Dad and I'eter had .gotten to his feet' and "You dont know nnj thing about I I

had hetin) Htich mi angel! und liked mi was hospitably pushing' basket chair hll htlnd" !I" Cherry lunched.. I

l much to ha\e me litreAnd Ch..rr about. Now he rnAils a critical' "I know lots of men I'd like to go Job ;

i I IWwll I js )"'. I'lulle'U.. full of chlldlbh triumph. I look. off w'irh for a few months," Allx: ptirBtieil. ,

"My dear" her. father mild spurred "You're disgracefully dirty 1" he "Hut then I'd lIKe to come home

w .to midden courage by a realisationthat said, fraternally. again/ I don't see why Hint Isn't perfectly You can plowdisk I
Fells ,
Hie matter might easily become "I know It," she an.swered, calmly; reasonable. "

.5y nerlouv "you mustn't abuse his gvneroHlty "Ilsve I time to tllh''?" "'\"ell. It's not !l" Cherry declared' silos harrow, harvest, I

Suppose' jou write that "All the time In the world I" he answered. almost (.ro lil).. "That' Isn't mnrrlog ;ti thresh bale hay !
,,
r( you'll Join him-this In !March euplume ''. You belong where your husband ;

I I IIU I you cay the tlmt of April" AIls departed. Is, and 'ou-you are always glud ;, 4'' grind feed, fill the i
flushed and looked down. "It's very pleasant to me to have __,_
Cherry to be with him- silo wood !
Her Ill'|'. trembled. There wad a moment Mix: so much' at home here," Cherry "Hut sujipose' you get tired of him, saw i

p pi iif unhappy. alienee... Bald, when Allx wan gone and the like a job or u hoarding-house, or any le pump water pull !

"Very well Pad" tdie, Maid In a low doctor wandering hnpplly about the or r your other friends?" Allx: .persisted I do roadwork
voice. A M'eontl later tihe bad jumpedto Korden. "I don't knew what we'd Idly. stumps, II

her feet and wuilslied In the house. do If any one ever usurped, our places "Well, you nren't supposed. to !I" or any other .\\

i The Last of the Littles. Her father rimmed the woods IBwretcheil here I"She Cherry sold feebly., Allx let her have around
i .
iiilxKlvlngN, coming In at had salt deliberately; the the lust word ; It was only due to hersuperior Cads power job

Iall the others are FolHoins eat linndallH. 1 lunch time to Und her In her place fascination of her recent discovery I experience, she thought the farm quicker, ;Me,

And 1 want them to realize HtnlllnK but trines of tears about her was" too strong to resist.I The man' crossly. Rut half an hour later, lyingtvuKeful I :
easier and at less
;,. Hint he Is marrying n gentlewoman\ lately een.Nothing fleshed, suddenly., For n full minute nut] thinking: that she would, .
Cherry and Allx went upstairs after ; more wa said for a day or I lie did. not IIpC'lIk. and Cherry. watt surprised miss dear old Clierry' tomorrow, she cost toyouwith the I .'

the ceremony, it* Allx uiiil< Anne bad two, iiinl then Cherry read aloud t. to find herself a little thrilledand ;I Fancied she heard[ something like n t Tractor. '

a done n year ago: but Hun-e'wns deep the family 1111 ulTi-ctlonute letter' lu i even frightened by his silence. lob from Cherry's bed.! and her whor .Fordson i)

relief and nmiiHcmcut In their, mood which Murlln mid thut everything, :I "Whnt put that Into your bead" ,' heart. softened with sympathy for her Twenty-four hours each t
today, laid It WIIH with\ real' iilciixnreIn would bv ready for her whenever ulteCitlllV he asked presently. smoking with his sister. .

the closer Intimacy that the little HOW.' I eyes fixed upon the valley far below. S e e e e e e Runs : day, every working day in

1 group gathered. nbont the lire that "Perhaps It's because there, lire nf They came downstairs together the was M. f" ; the year it will give maxi- i r.1

night./ CHAPTER VII. many changes Peter, ; my marriage, next dny In mldufternoon both hatted mum service. Light but >
After that life went on serenely and Annt"p.rytblnlt different! It just _
and wrapped for the trip, for Peter
i It was only occasionally Hint the girls Tlie lust day of March and of Cher came. to me that It Is nice' to lm\e this was to take Cherry ns far as Sausallto' powerful it gets. from job

were reminded that Cherry' WIIH a I ')'* vUkt broke clear and blue said si ways the same** In the. car and :Martin by a fortunaterhance to job quickly. Easy to '

married woman with n hushtiml expecting with It uprliitf deemed to have cotiwou "Perhaps'' Allx will come up here was to meet them there at the operate and controleffi'j'j

her shortly. to return to him. a rimli of perfume! and groin beauty and help. keep It so some day' the ferryboat> for San' Franl'lsl'o.fill' ? -

November punned, and Christmas' IHB hUll tweu soft aud warm man said deliberately. Clierrjr' look VallpyVOlt not more than an hour's dent, economical and above

cause, and there was HOUR- talk of Mar before ; thin day was hot and flushed, of elaborate surprise and pleasure ride from the ferry. Ails was, to drive all DEPENDALE. : '
tin's Joining them for Cbrlvtiiins. Hut with t-tMtlr l and aplendor. died before bin serious! glance She
down and return with Peter Cherry Get in the power-farming ]frame of mind ::1
he was extremely wuidied each oth- silent for moment.
lie did not come; AIls and Cherry was said Iolld.by to her father on the
busy at tho new Intne nod comfortableIn er'M hair In the" old fu hlou, and came "Why df>n't you ask her'?" she said porch ; she seemed more of a puzzled now. Call, phone or drop us a card for ,','

'S a village boarding:: hiniim. trailing down with towel and cowl 'In a' low. thoughtful tone trembling, bUd than ever facts. See the Fordson in practical '

It was lu early March that Allx to the! garden The doctor joined. them eager to preserve hIlt mood without a "I've had! a wonderful, visit Dad-" : operation. I ':.
about It ; spoke of their tossing and false note.
vpoke to her father In the midst she began bravely Suddenly the tears I IamC'

In her casual l and vogue rawhlon, butt prvadlng, und Hilt mucking peacefully "I have," lie, answered simply. ; She burled her face against ..,.._,..--- .'-"

save him food for serious thought, ou the porch steps. Cherry's heart Jumped with a sudden her father's shabby old office coat and
nevertheless. "Uh 111'11 V..IIII. how I love this lIort'of unexpected: emotion. What was !It? >
about
Ma amis went her. Ails
"Dad. sold Allx suddenly at the weather Allx: : exclaimed: 1. flinging\ I Not pleasure not nil surprise--surely
i I aughrd awkwardly, and Peter shut
.
lunch table one day when Cherry happened hf(. brown mane backward her tall there could be no ,1vnlousy mixed with Us teeth. Anne who bad very" proprly -

to he shopping In the.. city figure Blender? In a faded kimono. I her, feeling for Peter's plans. Rut .> come over to city" good-by; to her
"were you and mother ever separated "Dad and Peter," she 'went on, aud- she was dared with the rush of feelIng -
coullin. got In the back seat of the
when you were married7"\ lenly sitting Ne.t.111 get all thin! ; hurt In sonic fashion she could
car and Allx: took the seat beside"
"Nothe; doctor, remembering nice cli'un hair full of cigar smoke : not stop to dissect. now.

shook his bead. "Your mother never tonight no wbut'a the use anyway" I "And she said no'?" she stammeredIn ler.Cherry In Peter's
saw expression
from her home !" "Toidtlit'H the night we go to Ie- porifinlon. I
was' happy nwuy '
something that she did not forget for
"Not even to visit ber own family; ter'a?" Cherry Hinted rather than "Sh:::; salt no. Or at tenet I Intimated ninny months-never quite forgot. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
nnny; ,
persisted Allx.: e asked "[10 jou remember; she that t WRit n lonely! old affectlonnte ,
His p'sv're fixed her
"Not ever" he answered "We always glanced ut her father who was reading man with this and that to offer upon
with something so yearning so loving
planned a long \ltdt In the Kiist his puper' ; "do you "remember and she. Intimated tnnt that wasn't AUTHORIZED

tint she I"vlr'ollld" go without tie when Pail Hi ways used to scold us enough I ought to have .nlll-1 ought

i She went, to your Uncle Vincent for being rude.. to Peter?" to 1'XT'IIIln-that 1 had told her only I The 8tron -mlnded woman Invariably Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE

"JlouHe In I'ulo Alto once, but he came "1Vell, I'd rather go to IVter's for a few !tit!! rrrvl''i'.sr.\! !hat t had a!- commands attention, including- r

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l'ACaIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA
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>1llJ I! I Bradford Farmers I: In spite of all these facts many I I and named et J up-by a S bare-whose was cubs attacted fm etil::1 J out find him out knowing all you can anything about what him amyl u ,'

County II I I j farms milk throughout the country have no i': was trying: to git when the she bafej,' for. That is if the bare did n eat II
cows. Twenty million families,
I came up and stopt him by eatin him him all up. If it did I don't
A .1 I t .1 IO1, lf>l_ l *l .1 l ..<.! .1 . .... .... U I in the United States cowless.] sue lOu<
--- --- --- --- -- -- --- gJllO;; I are It j up in the mountains near your town. can do"anything and you needn'

KAVINfi 7 UK SWEET POTATOcnol' to plant winter vegetables, says C K. farmers should give up general! farming '! is said that the average/ daily consumption What i want to know is did it kill himo any trouble. My respecks to take

McQuarrie\ state agent. The summer for dairying but that every farmer of dairy products in Florida rwas he only partly et up and he family and please ancer back our

has been dry but high: grade vegetables should keep a few cows."Creameries is about one.half pint of milk and one- from this place and all about the I, "P. S.-Was the bare killed. Also

It Is a well "Known fact that u very can be produced if the moisturein half ounce of butter and cheese.What' bare. I don't know but what he is a was he married again and did he
at a number of strategic len
large percentage of the sweet potato the soil is conserved by frequent the matter West can we distant husband of mine. My first I I, any property worth me laying
in the
i points South are already ,mj
crop made in the state is allowed togo shallow cultivations. do to improve this ridiculous and serious husband was of that name and I supposed to?"-Plywood Panels.
operating- successfully j
affordingmarkets
to waste every year through improper Blood Red beets and Cowhorn.anti for cream to farmers within the condition t be was killed in the war but the I I

I4' method of storing the crop Purple Top White Globe turnips can shipping distance. The development Like every other matter that af- name of the man the bare et being We note in passing, that there n

after it is 1l harvested be planted immediately Cabbage: and service of the Southern has assisted fects our welfare it is largely a mat the same i thought it might be him less kissing among: women than there

The crop this year eM to collard plants should not be delayed fee the establishment of a creamery at ter of education. Facts about the Im- after all and I thought to know if he I was a few years ago. But perhaps

:a large one. State Agent C. K. Mc. long in being set out. Shorthorn carrots Ashburn Ga., to be opened October portance of milk in the daily diet have :' wasn't killed either in the war or by the men have no cause for complaint.
not been sufficiently stressed. The the bare for I have been married I
Quarrie suggests now as the time to and Blackeye and Conch peas 1 and it is hoped that the number |
ricultural
I make provision for taking care of the I should also be planted at once. An "ii milk cows on Southern farms will ticles press with milk its valuable ag'I' twice since and their ought to be di- j If you think your dearest enemy ii

t.I". crop after harvesting. One or two j early planting of Gherkin cucumbers he increased sufficiently in the near regarding as a food rope papers got out by him or me if lacking in good qualities just ask him

a I points, he says should] be borne in I I will insure having sweet pickles to future to warrant the establishmentof not reached the housewife who prepares the bare did not eat him all up. If it to tell you about them. He can
the I
mind. cat later Early Long Island eggplant ; creameries in other sections. daily meals. We must in is him you will know it by him having
( some way educate the consumer to six toes on the left foot. He also 'The best to
I I'l way prevent
'and\ Gradus English bothsplendid money from
First, the potatoes should be I sun peas are "Creamery butter always demandsa
the
I' full value and importance of milkin sings base and has a spread eagle tat- wearing holes in pockets
) your
fall vegetables and should i r0
dried as much as possible in ..orderthat good: price and the market is at the diet. all
not he overlooked. By means mothers toed on his front chest and a ankoron have no money and no pockets
outside moisture in storing will hand. All the Southern states send should be advised
as to the necessityof his right arm which will\ know
lie reduced to a minimum. 1 I I|I Every kitchen garden should have away every year thousands of dollars milk you '
especially for children. In him if the bare did not 'at these 'Tin said that an eagle
Second storage houses should have included a liberal planting of early for butter which should be producedin up can are
i I I one home recently I found a twoyearold parts of him. If alive don't tell him I without food for twenty day'.. But
good ventilation and be so constructed !:| Curly kale and Ostrich Plume mus- the South.
child being fed on sauerkraut and I married J W that would
I'I am to for even not reconcile us to an
that they ran he closed tight luring turd. Set out White Pearl onion seta I
up
1. { coca cola
I ; another was being fed oncoft'ee he never liked J-. Mebbe you exchange./ We don't care to sport aneagle'
% cold weather. I I II |I and plant some spinach and salsify. THE FAMILY MILK COW and
cabbage. There was no had better let on as if i am ded but i beak.J. .
I I Every farmer should secure a copy :The. garden should] also have a few :' milk on the table. It goes without

of Farmers Bulletin hills: of early Pattypan squash and ofchivcH. ,' There Is distinct and
i 70. It will not I a Important saying that children fed in this way ..a
be necessary for him to go to the expense : The latter is an excellent pungent place on every well-ordered farm and are low in vitality and do not, cannot H. William B. Z. Matthew.

of constructing. a storage: house winter! vegetable and Is very desirable in every well-fed family for the milkI develop properly. The teacherin

all elaborate as this bulletin indicates, for use in soups and gravies.A I cow and her products. In fact she is the school room can soon point outa INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf

but he will get very valuable suggestions small patch' of parsley should be needed everywhere there is hunger: ; child who does not have milk in Its

from it as to the type of sweet planted for garnishing'purposes. It for hunger is the foundation her daily diet.

potato house he should own. also gives a .splendidfavor/ to soups existence.! She is not a newcomer.' As I have said it is largely: a matter you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it

Handle newly dug sweet potatoes and meats. i I She is not an experiment. She is as of educating the people. If the
'1 on vou.
more like eggs than brick-they will t Fast growing vegetables are more, 1old as our civilization. She has played farmer can be shown that under his

keep bt'th'r.I'mSOS'Tllf. succulent and tender than those allowed a very important part in the building conditions a few milk will
cows keep
to lag and in order to I The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its
producesuch 'I of all great nations and in the enlightenment down his fertilizer, bill, make his family .

; ANNOIIM; ANT the liberal use of a good commercial of our people. For two more healthful and happy, and at HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEAug.

fertilizer is to be recommend. 1 thousand years she has helped to feed the same time build his soil and

ed. Give frequent shallow cultivationin : the nations of the earth and at present bring in a regular/ monthly up tat, carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth of property

Mr. Farmer are you annoyed by order to conserve moisture and to her value as a food producer i ill he will than revenue, listed for sale or exchange throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
ants in your svcdbedn. ? There is a stimulate growth.: If the I I more likely take on a few If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. The
plants! lag, more apparent than ever before. cows. Teach the housewife that milk commission It will be
remedy for I this trouble and advertising costs you nothing on listings. our hard
''P you can top dress ,
avail yourself of Its benefits. I'rof. with a quickly available fertilizer ,I Not only does the milk cow produce must be kept in the diet to insure theproper luck if .e fail to find you a deal fr,__ I....._t. 11! j.
s 1. H. Watson and work in with a rake. food but she produces a peculiar food physical and mental dev..lop.ml'nt *

entomologist of the | -milk-that is essential, to the of her child Inter-State Schell
Florida experiment station, has the COUNTY prop.I and she will at least Realty Company! BuildingLAKE
i\\ AGENTS' KEPOKTS physical and mental developmentof insist on the having
cows
; lit following to say about ants and how (I a place on
it! to combat them: the human race, and produces it the farm. BUTLER UNION1COUNTY, FLORIDA.

;,.' l\fadIMon-CooJlt'rativ... shipping of more economically than any other We
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"At this time of year (late summer must naturally turn more to .
.:' poultry and sweet potatoes is netting known agency.: In many cases she is
and I'arly.fall) we, hoar complaints I I'I dairy cows because of advancing/ prices You will
many farmers make mistake
good dividends for In a
; instance, largely a consumer of waste products of land. When Big Hpflnrtinn Prices
concerning the land is(
depredations cheap and
of
if order fertiu.
one lot of poultry was sold for 12 taking from the grasses and forage food you your
ants in the seedbed and of their annoying cents a pound more, net, than is being j plants the "vitamines" necessary in abundant the meatproducinganimal I zer without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty

..4." # presence in houses. The best offered on the local markets. j the diet of the human race, and concentrates land becomes predominates but when the of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides .
treatment whenever high in value
the nests be and food 'Q
can : Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
\ them In milk, the indispensable
found expensive the
is a solution farmer
of sodium naturally turnsto
i It or p"- Palm I leach-Have been in the '' ] food, the food without which no the O. FAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
taftsium cyanide in water. For dairy cow because the dairy
\t l'- dissolve thispurpose Glades! most of the week in the interest nation can be mentally and physical cow is JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
7i.. an ounce of the rv-i- of the I a more economical producer of

Tilde in 2 quarts of water, With n te.n....... .M... ut county r.xv ..-_..marketing_ _.__ .L.hU.--associa ly.strong.- -- food. I Get. Aug. 1 Trice Lists.. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brandt"
> "Milk is
luiim-m ure ""' ('OUgIlIIrtt'rI'8lt'd ) indispensable! to the huma In
cane or addition to
a sharp stick !punch a hole n arid conserving food and
the prospects for success ( race, Lowes Henry
.' foot or more deep In the says Morgan: ,I labor promoting health and better ,
center
of the '
are most flattering. I American archaeologist and anlhropologlst' .. millmnum! hill and physical and
pour in a few fluid nf mental development of
ounces
ii r ] in his book entitled "Ancient ,(
the solution./ / As soon an the liquid Marion- Have j I the (children the family cow Is a soil
I held eight caponizn" | Society He further "111,
: builder
has snaked away, cover the hole! says and a home builder. Soil fertility
up
demonstration this the A. D. ANDREWS CO.
wel'k. seventnen eastern hemisphere, the domcsti-
with dirt and tramp! the surface solid. 'I Is the foundation of prosperity 9
The mastering the art. Have helpeda : cation of animals enables the thriftyand in
gas given off will find its way number farming in fact the foundation of
throughout the ant hills tad will: .kill diseases and of farmers diagnose corn I I 1 I industrious to secure for themselves all prosperity. Through: feeding the RAIFORD, FLORIDA
have toI
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gotten several a I
permanent supply of animal
all the ants und pupae (hatching ants) '' crops and returning/ the manure to
use correct methods ,
1"'I'II'nt.. It is. in selecting and food particularly milk; the healthful the land the
best to do this fertility and
in tha: saving seed. II | and invigorating/ influence of which I physical We now have our Sea Island Cotton Gin ready and I
early condition of the
morning at soil
or night when all may be maintained
have commenced ginning cotton and are ready to buy
the ,
upon nice, and especially
the ants are at home. I upon the at a high level and
Dado Grapefruit Is being sold 10.1( (children was! undoubtedly remarkable / crops, and Incidentally any cotton that comes to our gins and believe cotton will

"This substance must be handled\ cally. None will be shipped until TheAryan and Semetic families bank accounts increased. bring a good price. Cotton is opening up pretty and

carefully as it is one of the most powerful September 28 by agreement among j their preeminent endowments owe I One man /grows and sell a ton of corn white, and most of it around here is of good staple, the
to the
poisons either inhaled! or swallowed the principal shippers. This in done ', great scale and three tons of hay for $140 and better cotton is handled and the better weather the farmers I

' ) or If gotten into sores or 1.1'0.I..n to prevent the shipping of Immature our knowledge upon which extend ns far buckas robs the soil of $40 worth of soil fertility have to gather it in usually the better price it will
,
they '
places in the have
flesh or skiv. fruit. thereby; while another feeds
| Identified themselves] with the bring. / iI
"Carbon disulphide cnn be used in i _____ maintenance the three tons of hay and ton of corn I

tho name. manner but Is more expensive )Polk-Carbon disulphide is beinir'' male] of numbers of domesticuni- In the form of ensilage to cows, returning We alto notice a great reduction in the prices of cotton .

and. is highly Inflummatle. Kerosene ordered in large quauntities by farmers especially the milk cow. In fact ; the manure, and utilizes five I goods and other merchandise, we have been selling

) run be used in the same manner, I for fumigating corn. Truckers''' they have incorporated them flesh acres of pasture that is going to Sea Island Homespun as low as five cents per yard.

va also, but it does not penetrate the soil; lIre preparing seedbeds for cabbage. milk and muscle, into their plan of waste, and produces $.10R worth of

rapidly It is best to treat a.l anthills Much' interest among growers as to life. this No other to the family extent of of mankind hasdune milk and loses only $R worth of soil Good Check Shirting at lOc per yard I
the
with cyanide solution befor the tl.o: hip by water" agitation. I IGadnden Aryan fertility. Good Hickory Stripes 15c "
family. As members of that
1dn family Cows
lire planted. on the farm '
keep the
I we have inherited the I family Good Blue Denham 20c "
superior wisdom
-I visited three schools busy instead of allowing them to loaf
"' THE HOME HARDEN A FAM11.1ASSET .*. th'ji' week where I succeeded in and strength which centuries of and lose interest In the home life. Asa Good'Apron Ginghams 12 1-2 per yd I:

intl'r'l persistent use has endowed us with." rule the i Good Indian Head 25c yard
eating" the boys to grow oats Milk man who keeps a few milk per

I I vetch r'e.and. rape durinthe/ was an absolute necessity for cows on his farm has some money Good Taffeta Silk $1.75 per yard

The home gardnn is duo all possible ter for their pigs and calves. I the wounded soldiers.They wrote with which to provide comforts for Good Belding Satin $1.75 yard
attention at present. Now is the time I bock-"We miss milk and butter more his family and educate his per I
-- children
j Holmes-More air tight corn cribs than anything else." Miss Amory of because th---"*. emu,,_.n nnvli_<_>- ft_ ...-*, I Crepe de Chine $1.75 per yardMercerized
j.uuu ft a VIVSfF VI1B1
are being built this fall than any two'11 the University of Wisconsin said in is in great demand and which is affected Poplin 50c per yard

1 previous seasons while a few farnt- a recent address that in the war hospital very little by freezes and .1 Best Blue Serge 90c.' "

t era who are doubtful of France it was found that the droughts. It is India Linon 40c.. a
about /
r T;; being able I/ a sure crop and a \,
wounded soldiers who did
| 1 to kill the weevils are preparing a milk and butter recovered not have regular: revenue. It is a well known : Very Beat Twill Outing 15c.. "

corner of their old crib in which to' i slowly from their wounds.but While very fact that boys and girls take more Mottled Outing Blue 14c" "
try the Interest in farm
remedy and life
set for them where
there is
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.. I selves. those same men /given a liberal supplyof livestock Cotton Flannel 12 l-2c per yd I
B 'I' especially if they are allow.
I "I was weak and run-down" milk and butter healed their ed to own and control an inteerst in I.i Curtain Goods 15c per yard

relates Mr. Eula Burnett of Alachua-Our wounds quickly. the stock. Indian Linon
corn crop is being There is a home-making 25c per yard X
1 Dalton Oa. "I was thin and harvested and is yielding much better, I Milk if taken in lihcraf quantitiesis instinct In every normal boy and 'i<;
14 just felt tired all the time. I the girl.:
' than last greatest disease resisting food It
' E I didn't rest well. I wasn't year. found In the entire category of/foods. Is a part of our business to study Now we have jut received a full line of new dry "

1 I individuals and encourage the development I good bought at these low also nice line of
ever hungry. I knew by Bay-Am receiving In mineral matter it is high/ in calcium prices a men
this, I needed I numerous requests of this fundamental Instinct. and boys suits, also all styles of boy' and men' hats andcap
" I a tonic and of farmers to cull their poultry] salts. Its use, therefore, in the We often find that I" j

.. there Is none better than- I flocks. Much interest in poultry and daily diet insures an abundance of treat the boy right by"pap"his pig will or calf not I.i *.

many gaud houses for them are being boneformingmaterial, very essential according to the boy's way of seeing A nice line Ores Shirts, a good stock of Shoe at the

built.OllceolaR'pr..Mt'nted. I especially in children. Milk is either things. It is very dangerous method reduced price. We carry Stove, Hardware Feed and

neutral or alkaline, and therefore is for father Groceries of all kinds. We
to allow his boy or girl to will sell you the very best
CARDUII truckers and an excellent balance to such foods as raise a pig (calf or crop and than flour right fresh from the mill at the very lowest prices.

growers at the meeting held in Tampa oatmeal wheat' corn and meats!, take it from him or 'her, sell it and Now we carry in stock almost anything that the people
to discuss the feasibility of shipping which have an excess of acid in the keep the Give want.
money. the children
vegetables and fruit to northern mineral matter. It is really good for a
markets by water. the temperament of the dyspeptic old chance to develop interest in the farmenterprises We will be glad if you will come to see u* and buy
The Woman's Tonic I I.Alter and they will not be what
bachelor.We so you want to buy and you can sell u* what you

SOUR CREAM DAIRYINGBOOSTED regret to have to admit it, but the likely city.to run' away from the farm to bring to sell at the highest market price

. I began using Cardnt," BV SOUTHERN it Is a fact that our health ideals are Give the milk cow a place on the | When Cotton Chicken. Egg or any produce rises
eeatlsu.. Mrs. Burnett. yet very low for a people enlightened anywhere it rise for
Sour -- farm and she will help. feed the family._. here. We thank all our customer
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1 properly educate the children build any portion they give u*.
better and ate II> jtter. I took by the development service of conditions, especially of the childrenof
the
four bottles. Now. I'm well I the Southern Railway system and the our country has been to us extremely up home and soil, pay the debts save the We can grind your corn, buy your cotton hip your

.I I feel just fine tat and sleep, Mobile & Ohio railroad as a means to costly.' We have been placing E. F. build a greater nation.By ._ Potatoes, buy your Egg, and Chicken and pay you the

a i my akin 1* clei r and I bar enable the average farmer of the i. wealth before health. This is county. DeBudk county agent Lake highest market price for all, and sell you good a* cheap

iI pined and si e feel that tA1! South to get away from the one crop morally and fundamentally wrong J I a* any one can, and we want your business, come to see

Cardul I* the best tonlo aver system and attendant credit evils and and must be corrected.In THE u*.
"DISTANT
." at the same time to improve his HUSBAND" AND ,,
soil the light of the foregoing facts TilE BEAR '

f Thousands of other women ; so as to grew staple crops more prof. milk is the indispensable human fond. i I

I I bare found Cnrdul Just aa itably. The milk cow, therefore is an indispensable The following missive was received I

Mrs. Burnett did. It should "These results can be obtained food factor in the equipment by the forest ranger of the Pasadena A. D. ANDREWS CO.The

i i help you. I wherever farmers, will take up dairyIng of a lIucct'IIBfullarm. The cow satisfies district and read recently at the an. i

At all drug.UU.! selling their cream and feedingthe a natural demand-hunger, which nual dinner of the Sierra Club in Los Brick
Store
(I I skim milk to poultry and hogs," I gives her Raiford Fla.
,4 I a place to fill as long as hu- Angeles: : "

atAO S r ta-.. .a&S cays General Agricultural) Agent: R.I I man nature endures. No wonder she I "Kind and Respected Cir: '. \1+,"'"
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HIGHLAND And make a rosary Omar Dyal of Graham was visiting 1FARMERBROWN 4w + J. L Chanrey. M A. Warren, A. A. I 1.1; : .''liId..d.

. By friendship's interlacing law 2. P.trriph Sunday. I :\ henry Hrown J. A. J. Mc. :
Sept. 1C.-IX E. Tanner 1
Highland Miss Eflie Sloan has returned home I Kinney. If. Itadney: ''j l j.

'(,'urm'd from Jacksonville Thursday For them I daily pray where she will attend school.Messrs. I Josefus l.Iro\\-: are you going: to ,.tNNOUNCEIENTSeptember! 'j "

t w/lert' he has been BervinB on the fed That thru the utrrsi of every hour. Mann Roberson and Kirby net out here on the porch all. night ini -- The winsome maiden dreams of the :t ,i

. eras! grand-jury. Our Lord may chow the way, Smith made a business, trip to New i I your bare feet You're not only keep- ; 2, 101.1! 1 !lame when she will\ marry a million , j J j...

; slues Kena Marr is spendim. tome And keep them safe by gracious River Sunday I ling me awake but you'll catch your :Mr. Kdsel; II. J'ord president of the sire, and nt a mature women she "I', '

tim m Jacksonville !I power.I Wiley\ R.bt'rlllon is improving at I death of cold./ Ford Motor Company, makes the following :< longs for the day when she will no i j; .:

" Roy Lord of West Jacksonville, arrived this writing. I Good night Samantha I announcement : |IINIIr..r have to break her bark over a r..i;,' 1I 1-"r

Friday for a visit with George send these lines to thee Misses Edna and Juanita Smith of I want you to come straight to bed. "\\",. are making another reduction I j I wa..hlub.. -.

t Farker. i I| That he may know whoever reads Gainesville are visiting relatives here j Pretty noon, Samantha. I'm medi in the prices of Ford cars and the I - :'I"

Messrs. Geo. Arnau find C. M. Click I I About my rosary this week. tating. Can think better with my Ford truck effective today.) The new And now that ho has had his o\vi I

,,f Jacksonville wero business visitn 'j Your name is there among the beads. i i W. II. Sloan made a business trip to shoes off, so I can wiggle my toes. prices average $70 under former prices 'little 1 privnto war In \Vml Virginia' : '

here Friday. I i, Louise Sunday. Good night Same nths. and are the lowest. at which Ford | Uncle Sam mod no longer ho connidprod i '.

Misses Beth and Winifred Wimber- I have a rosary, Volley McKinney returned to What are you studying about T car and truck have ever been sold. | a hack numlirr.' Ho can strut ''i 4.

h were visitors to Starke Friday i And hope that you will have one, too, Gainesville where he will attend the About this boy Sliver/ and the good List prices f. o. b. Detroit are now as along with the Uftl nf them :

Mies Carrie Starling returned on i And count me prayerfully, university. roads. Now I don't know what to di I follow t fT $I'

I As I shall!! ever pray for Hogan Smith made business tripto i NOTICft OF INTENTION TO APPLY let
Thursday from a visit with relatives you a with that boy. Guess we had better New Old Keducj j i LETTERS PATENT
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m Starke.H. (i Starke Tuesday I let him go. 1.- Prlc" Price lion i 1I..br not If* too plvrn lost the unoVra rn it 1 I n

C. Wimberly, Jr., spent the weekend 'Tis thus of Christian tics I sing! J. R. Beville, of Graham attended I No I want to try and see what I Chassis ........$295 $345 $!riO I I I ells Florida apply, at to Tallahamtoe.th. (>ornor Klr.Hdi.of .the fHate the r.'h>t
on
with friends at Madison. I j i Both those of blood and marriage ring church here Sunday ran do with him. We can't turn him Runabout ...... 825 870 45! ,( day of (......1..... lt jfl.. for I.*?ttcr. Patent lnI .

Revival services started at the BaptiFt j i I For they make up through thick and B. S. Jones of Waldo is here on a I IIWII)'. Touring Car 355 415 f.O I j I |:'UMV.KORI! > COUNTY ABSTRACT C'n\t- A

church Sunday morning and the ,t I thin, visit with his mother, Mrs S. E: Just as you say. Hut these good Truck .__ _u -.445 405! 50 |I I under, th* fallrm.na TANY pronoaeil charter I

meetings will be conducted by Rev. T. ;, My rosary of Kith and Kin. Jones rouds. The papers say all the towns Coupe __ __ __ 595! fiOft! 100 Artlrl 1 ,r

and Rev. James Rev. H. G. i Mrs. Mary of New north and l south of us are buildinghard Sedan _ __ _ _ I Thi name of thli roritoratlnn .".11 1* Rnttl
M Carter Strickland I Denison who was at one Thomas River !: f.OO 7f 0 100 lord County Alwtrart Company, and Its ,......
for possibly two weeks. time the beloved pastor of the Starke I' !is visiting her daughter Mrs. Carl roads from the county seat to .1..1 l office shell b* In the town of Btatk, ,
"This Is the third price rut duringthe Honda, and Ita hualnt. shall bf M.nhirti i
Some much needed rain fell here Presbyterian church has sent the Wynn this week. join with the main road running thru there and In itch other t>lacs. In Florida and 1

Saturday afternoon and gladdened the i above lines to some of his friends here Mrs. Calhoun of Tampa is visitingher the center of the state, from one end past twelve months. On Sept. 22, ,crwlac'l..where, thrvunh b breech, .,..".1.... or nth ',
1P20\ the price of the Ford touringcar a* may necraMary ur eomcnlentArurU
hearts of our farmers. i Mr. and Mrs. IVninon are spendingthe sister Mrs. Carl Wynn, for a ft'wdll'III. to the other. Now tht' short roads.! f 7
was reduced from $ >7r> to $440 e kl
i feeders to th state roads and ; Th general nature of the liu.lnea of Ihs
summer with relatives in Kalamazoo an as
Mrs. J. J-. rlanaan of Jacksonvillewas I June 7th to $416 and now to $:Ir.! .">, .eoriHtrat.on hall b* to make alwtraeu., of title ( ,r
business visitor here Mich. noon as 'we /get' onto that we've gotclear I to I.nI. to guarantee, Oil,' tn land. *
a Saturday. making total reductions in this : 1\
type enirait tn, carry on and conduct v*>ni ral t
.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Riprby and children I It would be wholly! Impracticable to I sailing to markets at Jacksonville $220 or 38 per cent The same proportionate .urenn biilnra. fir. life, accident, ttru'lh w d ,
SAMPSON CITY I attempt to adequately punish every i or Tampa. It's just going to Industrial and any nt her kind of Imtirarre
of Starke visited relatives
here .. .
reductions have! been madein aitf-nt for any InMUmnrc rotnpany or .>,<'m
Sunday. roan who commits. a sin. There wouIJ : open up this country, and do more panU. : to loan money m nu.HicM** *>n'ntfal 1
all other types. One year ago thu rut at.., and to buy unit sell! miirtimi, ,
I : railroads.
not be enough for the farmers than the
to
punishment
W. M. Wimberly left Sunday for Sampson City, Sept. IG.Puggar go price of the Ford sedan was $\\175; today tiMin real ctat, and to buy and sell Iwitilnbaaed .
round. and another thing it will bring in new alum| real *.lat. smelly. ta acquire.
Tampa on a business trip of several Jones made a business trip to Waldoone it lists. at $GOO with the same hued tw' (*. ntorinaur, rent. \limn, aril and. eon' 1 t
days. day last week settlers and develop the country. equipment."Wo ... real ...t.... end 1.\\ Iha,...rt,. In env S
There is difference ,part i.f the world, Inrhidlnir.' ihc. raidtal aUtc'iand
vast between
a Why they were" telling me at ,
J. I. Marr spent with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse up
Sunday friendsin Thomas of t ondn nf any other ortNiratlon, fpr it I ,
Jacksonville.Mr. N Gainesville passed through here Henry Ford and the other railroad DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store; the are taking advantage of every wit or a: agent for othera. to: buy *n4 can
en- known economy in the manufacture of : piddle necuritla of any and all klndn.. Itirludlnir .
:: and Mrs. II C. WimberTy and route to New RiTcr.Will magnates of the country. Henry hasfought day I was there about a woman that iNtniU toaued. by any dlntrlet. mtunty, 1 1munlnllellry
them how to reduce freghtrates busted up a big land deal just because! our products in order that we may ni ."!. to Itorrow money. sod j
daughter Winifred were business viI!! Harris was a visitor' to Hampton give thIto the public at the lowest c. make contracta of any mss all kind forth
itors to Lawtey Tuesday. without reducing their net incomes she was bound to take a ride out' in conduct and nianatremcnt of Ita huilnen
Tuesday. < but they persistently refuse to the country to see how thll1looked possible price, and by doing that we' brrelnbrfor. mentioned or any Unit, branch, .
Master Charlie Hunt has returnedto / feel that or |part there It I. tutended. and hervhvNirrMily t'y II'
we are doing the one big
be taught. there. She came back so disgustedwith 1 protltUd that the, coriMtration ahull
MY ROSARYBy his home after spending a month thing that will help this. country Into 1,... ........ to Moitdtirt any each and lor rv. 2
the roads that she called for the ,
fry biwlneaa, hue and branch of ttiwlnt'i
with
his grandmother Mrs. Hicks. Thejudge requires a witness to take more prosperous limes. People areinterested mentioned In thU article .tn any manner it
had and
contract they signed tore it
( H. G. Denison .
) I Mrs. R. Burrows and may ... fit
sons, Lee and nn oath before telling! his story but In prices, and are buying
in she would where I
I have a rosary Willie\ pieces saying go A....I. ttTh
Clyde of Starke were visitingat if he tears off a few during the when prices! are right."The ,
operation they had good roads or buck amount of the capital sink shall h*
thereof the beads go homl'.1
are human hearts; I the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thret hoimand, l),illara. dtvliUd Into altitr '
I count them frequentlyTo Sloan. he gets it in the neck. So you nee where we're at T We've I production of Font 1 cars and .h._ of the par value of Fifty Italians .arh.'I .
trucks for broke all 'hi* ell capital utork may t. .paid for wholly -
August
again
got to have good roads lie left out /
net the fragrance this imparts. or ...
I. C. Ogden of Graham made call or tn part with property laltor or .yl.. '
I a When a silly girl attempts to be in the cold and lay just where we previous high records with the total nt curl nrfe. or talm .. may be fiovtl by the
here Saturday.Mrs. serious it borders the seriocomic.To board of 'u.*....<...
on
.... been for the last. fifty reaching 117Gim.\ This Is the fourth: ArtirU 4
They hang: upon a string. years.
Carl Wynn was visiting her Where' they have good roads consecutive month in which our output Thin *...,MI ration shah Nial cruelually. a. '
Invisible to keenest sight, they'resettling . .
mother Mrs. Mary Thomas of New Itrovlded by law
As bits of filings cling I Stop a Couch Quick up fast and land selling. for i has gone over the hundred thou Artlrl ft
River Saturday and Sunday. take itA YD;' HEALING HONEY.* a sand mark the total for the four The lMwlnen.1' of thla corimration shall l>*
three times as much as getting
we
Iy! magnetism's viewless might. are I Rotidurti'd by a reiliitnt.. a vicwpreldint.neen ' a
Miss Ellen (;leijrer, of Mnrke, and I cough medicine which Mop the cough by here. The roads. are lined already months being 403,074: ( which has gonea >taiy., a I........... and a hoard of dir*...
Mrs. j beating the Inflamed and Irritated tissue. Inn of not. .b''.. than thrr.. avid. not. man than
For I draw them to me, W. E. Jones of south Florida, 1. A box: of GROVES 0-PEN-TRATE with tourists from everywhere.Shall long way in milking possible the five Th. offloea. of .*cr.itnry and treasurer
are visiting relatives and friends fora reductions. June this may. lx held. by' the AM in* |Mmonf or either of
SALVE for Cheat Colds Head Colds and net down and let them piesent year,
I wp .
And likewise me to them they draw go the ftaid ofT.Kxa may' Im held. by, the |'r*atilentnr t
few days. Croup is endowed with every bottle of around us ? I should not. We with nn output of 117,247 was the vlcire...drnt.Tho '
Bay
Sam Swindel of Theressa l' JlA YD;' HEALING HONEY. The salve ...III...... and diiecum abalt b. alerted. 1
was a record month
Habitual Constipation Cured should be rubbed on the chest and throatof have to wake up and do something previous .by the alovkholder. at he annual mecllnw to

'S In 14 to 21 Days vistior here Sunday afternoon. children aufforing from a Cold or Croup. that's what I'm meditating nbout. "One noteworthy f..lltul..r oUI'lIal1I each!I. held soar on, at the suet errand hour Turmlay.. .th..In by-law January mayIttearrlli ol f "

i "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciall,. I Mrs. Frank Kerce, of Clayno' passed i The' hralUm rtlrrt at Hatwa llMllod Honey InMo But what can you dit, ? in the increased demand for the *. However, the by-la wa may |,ra-
prepared SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve for Habitus' through here enroute to Lake Butler i" the thru*!combined with the healing effect of Ford truck and for salesmen.This vide. or at any annual mtH'tlnii' (Ih. plooltKdAem
It relieves ......... O-Pe-lrata_ through the pore of I can holler and help, to yet othersto curs may aniHhorlw' th. newly elected board, ofrtlnvtoni
Constipation. promptly but i I the .klD soon atopaaoontfh.Both wake and holler When Americans clnss of commercial hUH in,'"" tinsbeen In fill the offtcu-a of prealdvnt, vie- 5Irealdent.
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days i 1 Mr. and Jim remadiea. are parked loam,carton and the up \ ..wralar' and lroahrrR. .nil. the
to induce regular action. It Stimulate! and Mrs. Thomas of New COM of the combined treatment la JSc. f want to do anything they just gradually increasing the past f>0 I I..*rat HIM elided. .by the tllrectura aha II .bav ,.

Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tabe 6* River was a visitor to Sampson Sun .Just ask your druOtlnt for RAYS'HEALING wake up" and all holler for what they days', nod we interpret! it as u very I the Iwrn.....I.....rlpd. powera. by the and tockhnbb dutltw ... .If I the'mill,I had th

Her" liottle. day afternoon' IIONLY. I wiint. And they get it, everytime.' (rood sign of improvement In generalhiixiitosH. "i..,ual nM-4'tinif t to l.e held. on the' 0ih day of
JHiiiiary. III' '.). and until tlwtr miMMworaahall ,
- -- Good night Sanaanthai haven . .b*. ......1111.". tit,* rollowltttf. shall h* the
my plans all thought. out yet. I'll tell\ "No reduction him been innde In the nlTirern and. illrictoni, and lbr>y alien noniltirttln t I.
> liiiHlnena nf the aorfMtratlon i
you more about" it tomorrow. price of the Fonlson tractor, and none l're.ldt. IH contemplated." Vpi-preild| . J, K:, Tuteh, i.t.
1I"r'I.r'H., M F'. llrownMrectora .5
l'KltSIIN: | ; SAYS LAIIOIt 1)111) NOT' I (;Jo over those new prices' See bow! f.t W Ald-rnm.' ' J 1':. Piileh

WIN WAIt lit tlll it costs. to become Hie owner ofa M. f F' Hrown
Artlc.1 I
Fun' ] Ford truck. Can
car or n you
9'b. hluhrat mans of Indablydmt. or 'liability
Won liy !Patriotic Amcrirun in and really shard to do without one any .tn whirh I the con.ration; at arty tint !a
may aultj1! lti.*lf plait Iwn.. IIu,,".."
Outside l.alxir OrtrariiolinimWiihhington longer? 'Ihoiihaiid. milt rArtld.

I I A.t us tell! more nlniiit, It and) 7 v
you .
..
Th nit. .tit i' and n'aih.nce at> .Ia l nf the {
COMMERCIAL JOB'PRINTING Sept. H.! -fVn.' IVrsh-. : Mlvise you leganling the delivery of niiburrlhlMii. . lncoritorNtora of thU corHiratlon.toyt | 1
iht.. r with tht numlM'r tif nttari-i of th,.
I Ilnlr mid So mud/ iompers: had a tilt the ,particular type'
last night nt a dinner given at the. you are Inr.slo'I. d.\ follow: .
41. W. AMorrnun Htarko. .Fnrl.| ,<.U. Vft ahar *.
conclusion of the exercises here celebrating J.V.. ANIItl) ': % SS. JK. M I'. llrown, Nto..1... 1 lorlila. KH nh.tr*...
Lufayette-Mame Autliorli'ili I1 ,K: I<..I..hl. Stark*, I ...101.. 4 uliaroa.,
day. At A / AdkiriN.. boil, Mnriilu. 9 .har, .... rye
least odlrial Washington regards it i It AND I roitnsos( I II IAI: ..iiSTAKKK : < K: M .'..h".... "Stark" rloritla, H ........ t
as a clash over the question tit, whether I' :, ri.OIMIIA A kniKht.. Rtark. Morlda, 1 nbantI . 4 i a

labor/ won the war. -. I..*. .I..'...'..I. Sark. Florid.! O ..a.,.-.es.
q.i: ALpFItMAN; : ,
W. : 1
Mr. Gompers was on the after-din' 1l;I.Kf: ;ill AMI'S IIOMMI KOI.I. M. .... 'HIUIWN

nor and while he II. K KNMillT.A. .
program made
no :
f. AI IK INS.K .
\ claim that labor won the. war, he did Names of 'I hone Who Twill Sulmcrip-, :, M JollNH

tell of the record of the American tion During August C ii.j .M A.: KNIIllir.INMAN I 4

federation of labor during the war J. K.': KinClt. A

and declared! that I:. \\'. Hayes, John ('rnft. Consumers Hl.le ff Hnrlila.t'fMinty .
previous to the entry nf llradford I
LETTER HEADS of the United States its Lumber Co., Mm. L. A. Reynolds. l't:r. sympathy .. 7Adklna .
dirman, rotlr..wn. II tt Knlnlit, A. ,
was with the cause of the allies J. M. Rrownloe, W. It. (Hodges Mrs K: M. J..hh. (1. M. Inman, C:. A.
Den. I'erxhing C. K. Daugherly Mrs I.:. Kite, II. !II. KnlHht and J K. rutrh, wh are well known +
however apparentlyregarded to ",. t" Im Ibe Individual d..ntltwd. In and
BILL HEADS Mr. Gompcr's remarks as Carter Ilev.! David Lander, J. J. Ziegler who Ruti..rrilH>d mid e.erutid. the foreHiiln 'r
a .
charter and arh of them eeverallv aiknowlailuid .
M. (,. Wilson Mrs W. J. R"berson i'
-
claim that labor had won the war.. t.. and U'fnre nw that he .ularrllad.d.

Some of those who heard hi* remark Harvey White, II. 1 I"'. Flnley W executed therein. exurenaedIn the name. for 'the uxea and |iunw ea ,

O. Ball, U D. Miner T. O. Clark M.
quote him having said '
NOTE HEADS as auLmtantial- wllneea .wherenf I bave hereunto tat my !)
I ly : M. Crosby Wash Ilol.crsuri, .. W. .hand. and uirirlal leal, at rltarka, rlorlila. , the f;
Dial if '1021.II. '
day Auituat
<
"The policies of this republic are Kdenfleld: F.:. Waters W. M. Wainwright tic MltOWN. y
I Notary I'll..11., Male of florlda.
J. S. Austin Mrs. Hen Johns
not determined by labor, unions or by My enrnmlHalnn ....1.. May f. 1526. It.OKftFM t
ENVELOPES any other organizations; but by the Mrs. J. T. Amberwon Mrs. S. Gilinple; .

consensus of opinion of ita pat rlotiedtlz..nll J. M. Smith J, W. Chapman J. A.

of whatever Morgan It. T. kaolin, T. I,. Wainwright I : FOR PItttf.ICAioN'
affiliations."I
In . .
Circuit Court Bl l of Florida. r.1"MhoJu..I.I.1
CARDS want to say that every American J. K. Itonch James II. Klrtit, .. Circuit' '.'.011..... Counts In Cli.n- a
... -
Mrs O. M. W. K:. Jones M. ,
i ia a patriotic citizen whether he belongs Alvarez J. f Tfimllniiiin,

to Home labor organization/ or ix G. GrlfllH, Mrs. W. H. .Stevenson. M.F. ", ."I.ln."t.
Y1I
SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS just an ordinary citizen and that itisn't Brown, Hardy Williams II. C III. John henry Culver Jamva II.Culver. .
hard, T. B. I'inholHter II. Wutsonlg, l a question of /labor unions, it htmhand .Ham Ifoltnn.Hofonilanla.' ,a ,tip
- -- --
isn't a question of whether a
we belongto No Worn In a Healthy Child It atirirarlnH br altMavIt' appended to the
WINDOW CARDSBRADFORD some association or not. Mil. blvd In the .t.... stated e.".. that Januw
All cbUdnro troubled with Worm Law *n uokMJUir -
I If Culver, the d .f.nitant therein named la a .
"It i ia a question of whether, we are color" wbkJl; IndfcclM foot Maud.ens se a non-raiiilcnt of lh. ...... of t-lorlda. end la
loyal citizens of the United Slates I role. Ilior I* mm. at biM wench d..._....*. a rmldimt of Atibitvllla. Alabama, and b ov.' e
I GKUVC'S TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC' """D ...u- the eve of '...nl..-..". y.... ; U la th.rfor. .
am here to say to you that the memI lady lot twos'b... woki will u .kJ: > the bkiud.Improve . ..r hers' of tho l labor unions lli. .dldoD..Dd acs..a."-.l8 r oill b- la hereby ...'..1..... to auiuar, to the bill
weren't the
rains Tonic to the' who i,ot...... Nitura/ will thou of vnmnlalnt filed, In old >ai,.. on or nefora .
only ones who won the war. It was throw off dbiMl thewurma.sadtaoChlldwill. beI Monday the IVth day of S" ....m..... A. D.

the citizens who inherited their patriotism I In iMtfoct liMlca. PU. ...oltoUk..-73cp rlMiul*. will 11121' be nlherwlaa taken aa the aimfenaed.allevatlnna of acid bill

from their forefathers It I. further ordered that th... order bo pub.
who 0.- .*ce' .. c.,sV.ior vMa IMifil on... a week fur four eonaecutlvc weeks
came across In the .In Ih. rtradford
.
Mayflower and County Televranh.
COUNTYTELEGRAPH <.. .. vitality .... MI>, by iiurirrtotl and trblilf paper iiubllahed. In acid. Bounty and .ta.a ..newa-.
helped determine and decide the rods . >4 tli. b "Id. Yso.anComfast l lu*u n". IhU/ Aucuat I II I. |U2|,

I'l.ncl..nc.. of America as well! as those ...... f>irl"umllitf LTi 1"''kw liar O. W. AI.MKRMAN': ,
.
IRe.I, Clerk: Circuit Court.
who have adopted American Institutions Dy C A. KNIUIIT.r. .

) as their own. Deputy c"rluHullrlbir .
J. ':. rurcM.
"It 1I..m. to be about time for us 1886 fur Comulalnan S-K-It-t-t
.
to risiup and say that America shall
NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION
| b.> ruled and governed by American V. B! Land Oltlea at <;aln.avlllo, FU, A.... 1
I' MtiTiH' and not by organizations 16 U21.
/
DAVIS"INSURANCE I Nfillne la hereby iilven that Jantea Auatln. A
which have their own selfish purposes of Hiarke. Florida who, tin November. 2A.
FLORIDA to 1V17. made homestead entry N... Olflffna, for
STARKE icrve. Houthweat Quarter of Boutheant Quarler, aeation -
Thi- incident, however did not ilenlop 4, Town.hlp S ",...'h. 'tan,. 1(3( K:, lal-
luhaa..a meridian. baa Sled. "..II.. of Intrntlon .
into, u debate and cniiiol with tr make three year proof to eetalilliili ,
eta m t. the land above deacrihed. beforo thaclerk
i (it, /ii. IVmhing's Meth.
)
;p .
of the. clrrult court, ...II...rk., florlrta. /
-- on the 24lh day uf fI" '.mh... IVVI

It has remained for an or J Clalniant h., i.....11.namwa.... of aa 'wltnenaea.'*1#y, Florida

layman to discover the moot effective T A. .Andrew. of l..wtey. Florida. f
Fred .Nome, of Rtarka, f-lorfda. .
-oJ t..m.dy for toothache. He shot himelf STARKE W <;. diarr' of Stark, Florida 'l
KOIIt. W. DAVIS I
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I "A.Gt. .(:'OUR __ __. __ BRADFORD: .. _COUNTY.. TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1G. 1921.


k Hrailfun! ; : caused the loss of customers, and thus I Ilculah Wheeler, Daisy 1>Moore Gus. in the Pine Hill section Monday af- I aururd O. O Sapp. I J. W. I'atton'i purvey of Worthlnrto. I
: tommy Feli-graph: ale Certificate No. 72 embrace Northeast Quart I",..",.. S ea. 25. 82, 83. Tp. 6, 8. a. 18 t K
Strickland
the new profession of box engineering Maggie: and Julia ternoon. 1 ........d Unknown.
.. her of Bout hi ant CjuarUT of Northeast Uuart.T
1 has come to life from necessity. Maxwell, Maggie Mouser Rhoda Bennett Dave Green of Pine Hill, entered I A South Half of North Half of HouthwcutUuarur '' Certificate! No. 204 cmbraon all ,, KI

Published; weekly and entered as ; Thus little by little small things Messrs. E. C. Williams, W. L. school here Monday. of Northtait of Norlliwcat Uuartcr of Quarter bou.he.otlu.rter Hi South tialf& I 1 I taut*', 8.Uuaru-r K., Hi E.of, boa Korthcaat screw ass Quarter.......d Unkmw See li< m

fwond class matter, at the post are being considered, guess work and liugif, Claud Houser, Lee Parker, Cecil Eldon Baxter and sister Edna, at. Wt..t Half of Southeast Quarter ol Southeast Unites. paid to, law eirtiiluat tea dad elicit will I.It.*..rvdtwtotdaccurdinir "

office at Starke Florida. :I rllle..r-thulllo arc discarded and the I j Moore Percy Griffin, Willie Maxwell tended the party at the home of T. B. a'eat Quarter Quarter, North of SW Half 1-4 of it South W.,Half of SE of South.Uuar.Ur I t Iou 17th day of October A. D. 1821.then >aun

man Mho trained analyze and invent I| Jesse Alexander, Arthur Eennctt Edwards, of Bradford Wednesday of Southwcat Quarter South Half of \\ .In.... my ofTlclal nirnatuiv anil sea.
the Ulta dry tit SctiUitnUir" A. D. 1B21.
K. S. MATTHKWS, Editor and OwnerA : and plan will ba Bought, while :, Uusgcll Dyal. night. Boulhwwt Northeast Quarter.Quarter See of Southeast M. Tp. 6. 8 Quarter, U. 22 IS.of: : 0. W. ALDERMAN:;

.! the ignorant and indifferent man will j I Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke is the Arden Crosby spent Saturday at I t'5 ......., aunicd Unknown.Crrtificale (Seal Cr7k! : Clrruitt..

Tampa painter, while in jail I continue to till the lowest place in the i guest of her cousin, Miss T n1n Johns, I'ine HiIJ.I ; No. 112 unibracei Lot I of Blk U-lb-I.l-10-14. Bradford Count. Florida

I ranks of workers. LOt parents not this week Tom Chastain of Lake L---- -- - --- -- -
there, did $800 worth of pointing: on I I Butler, was
the premises lie was probably a union 'begrudge( / their children an education, n. W. Hinson was a business visitor here on business Monday. I it -

for we must have some education before to Starke Tuesday.The Misses Eva
man, so there will be no boycotting I and Elms Edwards: of t
I
think and members of the Baptist church i GENERAL INSURANCE
of the jail by painters.A | we can plan. Bradford were in town Friday morn-
are requested to meet at 11 a. m, next ing. I

iran who liked "ripe" cheese and A. F. I.. KULTITK Sunday, Sept. 18th 5or the purposeof Mrs S. V. Andreu and children HAROLD C. WALL

clKurs that had had time to Benson, i calling a )pastor for the enduing spent Monday at Pine Hill, the guestsof I

went into it store to get these wares 1 The American federation of labor year her sister Mr C. \\'. Colson. STARKE, FLORIDA

"I .m sorry we haven't |I.t it," Raid has hitherto had no fixed point of attack I Arthur Berry, of Graham was a

the ['It.rk.Ve (tell our Rood so fast on the national tree. They have business visitor here Tuesday. Willie Mae Oliver, of Pine Hill, FiRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

they haven't time to pet old. Hut t I slashed at the top and at the tough Mrs. K.: J. Dowling and children! I spent the week-end here at the home .I .
of her uncle I. W. Pinholster.
can pet what you want iu the bark of the bole. Now the federationhas who have been visiting relatives at

tore you of Mr. Xhe nevcr'advertices, I resolved to go to work on the very Deer-field and Pompano for several I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son,

no his roods have time to age." root, by means of infusing their kul- weeks, returned to' their home here | Clarence, attended church at Little
I
I
Springs Sunday.
f tur into the school text books. Sunday
k. I W. Andrpu and family of New River
,
A ship loaded with 700 tons of ragr- Some years ago a book on political Miss Ruby Vry, who has ueen quite
passed through here CHARACTER
god uniforms worn by soldiers killedin economy used in many schools, said ill, IB. improving at this writing. Sunday. rc
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Andreu of Bradford
the world war, lately arrived In about workmen's compensation: "The K.:: J, Dowling was a visitor to Jacksonville I \
in town CAPACITY
were Saturday after
Los Angeles and will be used in paper workman should be paid sufficiently Sunday.

making. Many of the raps were blood : to provide him and his family with Miss Lorine Drawdy of Jacksonville noon.Fay end v/. Vx. CAPITAL
I Harley Andreu of Bradford
nluined. After all the waste of more healthful food and sufficient clothing is!! the guest of friends. and rel p
entered school! here Monday.E. \
valuable material In the war, these ; BO that he may pursue his work, atives.
also bo able to children to B. Andreu ana son, Ray and P. r.c
to
pitiful mementoes should hove been rear Death of Mrs. J. 1. Milliard M. Barefoot in
were Sampson Friday
become future wrokcrs. In short
left alone
The death angel visited our com
I the workman was vouchsafed the last afternoon. When a man goes into business and asks for
munity Sunday evening and took
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot i Is on the sick
"Human hair sold in America foryears same priyiliges that a wise owner from our midst Mrs Mattie Hilliard. ]list this week. credit his THREE C'. are investigated-CHARACTER -

of extends. to his norsc. To do cheap! Her death i CAPITAL. The
has been a prolific source was caused by a complication Dr. Tribble of CAPACITY and result
LaCrosse was here
revenue for Chinese and other expor- I and steady work for employes was all of diseases, followed by an attack Thursday. I of this investigation usually determines his
the workman was considered as designed ,
l'rll. A recent government report of blood poisoning.' She had everything Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Lewis
and children general credit standing.A .
that for, according to the book referred done for her I
Rent' out from Washington Bays : that skilled physicians left last week for Arcadia where .
,
human hair importations have dropped to. Such notions, where they and loving/ hands could do for they will reside in the ,

from 220,000 pounds to 7,000 still exist will be scattered as. fog her. She departed' this life at seven future. They young man, by beginning to save early

pounds a month," complains IIn eX- before' a gale when the federation of o'clock, Sept. 11, 1921. were Carl Lewis accompanied who also by is their employed nephew in i can in time provide capital and it is safe to

change. Yes lit the wnwrl Mice of labor begin to write and revise text Mrs. Hilliard was born Sept. 8, that town.J. I say that in the process of saving he will by

peroxide for bleaching the jet black !| books and rightly so. To unionism 1845 and was 76 years of age at the ,
and its true of theworkman's S. Forsyth has purchased a new the time his capital is accumulated already
interpretation
chink hair, it is too expensive. Alpaca time of her death. She was married Ford I
real worth, all workersare car. have builded well the other two C's-character
hair and bark fibre are cheaper. to Mr.-J. S. Hilliard Jan. 23, 1878, I. \V. I'lnhobter11'1
in Starke
indebted for their well on and
present who died ten capacity.
years ago. She was a .
Monday I
PEACE: AW SKCUIUTY doing. Iut we are afraid the federation kind wife and a loving mother. social morning.A

will overstep justice and reason She leaves to mourn her loss! five nt the home was of given Mr. Saturday night Money saving pays big dividends. Try it.
&n.1Irs.] .
1'L!
and that will be unable to
dl week hear of they see children J. M. Hilliard
About once a we. someone I of Kendall Barefoot Games and! music
were
enjoyed
1 in Florida being kidnaped, taken economic questions' from any other Vernon Hilliard, of Trilby, D. L. Hil-! by all until a lute hour. Thosepresent

Into the woods, whipped and perhaps than their own limited viewpoint, so : Hard, of Miami, and two daughters, Misses
were Clara Cone Eunice
that much will be mixed with
feathered. Rattles between poison Mrs. J. W.
tarred and Copeland of Jacksonville, I
JIazen Veda Watson, Willie Mae
sheriffs it ml moonshiners are the mind food drawn by children : and IIrlG.. W. Hicks of Hampton. I
from ambush from the proposed books. Twenty- Her friends Oliver, Edna Baxter, Lubedia Pinh01- i Bank of Starke
common. Shooting/ men j were numbered by her' ster Lottie Jordan
Thelma Thomas
who interfere with the moonshine "in four hours' pay for nix hours' work, ( acquaintances. I
Inez Abl'rnathyfoRlrR.! ., Marvin Hasten .
dustry" Is not uncommon. Hold<1 up government ownership of public ____ "
robberies frequently take place and utilities and the propriety of puttingthe J CAlm OF THANKS E.V.. Carter of Ocala, Lewis I "The Bank of Helpful Service"Under
Shriver, Eldon: Baxter C. 'J. Crews,
i whole country in jeopardy I
of doily I
automobile stealing/ is a matter -
occurrence. While those things/ I through strikes, will of course be We wish to thank our friends who I John and, Truby Pinholster, Claude State SupervisionE.

all around l in Itradfoid and taught, and such notions must he unlearned helped/ to nurse of loved ,, and Ardell I Crosby, Chester Andreu, L
happen us, 'I one and did of New JJiver. S. Matthews Pres. G. C. White Cashier
1 by the children in their homes. all that
Union counties peace o. security and was in their power to lessen
| Mrs. Mary Moore and !Miss Tave
pood will reign. The rowdy elements pain in those trying hours. Especially -
'
HAMPTON Andreu are spending this week with --
which make many other parts of the i do we wish ot thank Dr. Campbell, relatives at Midway. ---

Male Insecure, urn entirely absent of Starke who was so faithful in ren
Hampton, s.pt. 10.-II. 10::. :Moorer, ] Seeber Edwards Vera Rogers and -r :";';!;1 5 here "Nothing doing" is the stockanswer I dl'rinhia services day and ._ _ '_
night. We : -" M ". ," """ .. _"" ,' ..=...".".,.
Ilnrrell "
of Theressa was n recent visitor to thank Cephtis of Bradford, attended '- -I' ,' '-? ../ ."'
i
those I {
by the sheriff officers when the who brought the beautiful '
i our town. the B. Y. P. U. here Sunday ni -ht. .- ._ ;1" e
Telegraph reporter antes for police (flowers as a lust token of love and I ( ,..tti1ll JlittJl } !'>;
| Dr. liiggs' of Starke, was a professional respect. Mr. Cunova, of Starke, was in town '. ." t".e {

news.We visitor to town this week. i Monday.\ naram. rr.'J; I ' .,. """iW'r.7" '
our Mrs. O. W. '"
seldom have ('rlmellIf n serious Hicks Mrs. J. W. Copeland __ ,
Miss Juanilu Dirt visited her par Vernon :, Mrs K. A. Weeks who is spending: i!
nature, law-breakings of any kind Hilliard J. M. Hilliard,
l'lItMJr.\ and! Mrs. Thomas Birth of D. L. Hillin rd. j several weeks nt Kingsley: lake, was t
We
are Heatve. are a Ood-fearing
Melrose 'I| here one day of last week!
Sunday.
OCTOBER
and would rather --
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people help n neighbor ----- ,
I Mr. and Mrs. M.\ T.. Watterson have IMtOOKER I Percy Woods, of ZifT, was in town
'
than do him an injury.
,
_J been recent business visitors. to the ] Thursday afternoon. % ':

CITY OP nUOTIIKKI.V IA)VE: county sent. Brooker Sept. 1C.-Mr. and Mrs i I F.ldon' Baxter was in the Pine Hill Brunswick RecordsON

i W. E. (linker! of Brooklyn, was attending M. P. l\Iath'ny and children and Mrs. i, section Saturday morning

to business here G. 11.) Colson Mrs. C. ]It!. Beville spent few days
Shirks may be called' with .much Tuesday and son, Itossie, were In a SALE TODAY-
more right than Philadelphia the city i Miss Maggie: Maxwell entertaineda GainesNille Saturday afternoon. ;i of last week with relatives at New. I, ".

of brotherly love For the secondtiutc l number of her friend at n social Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly and two berry. Brunswick, In its October release of super-feature records w ,

its citizens\ have responded to Monday evening. daughters of New River, spent Son- !Mr. ,and Mrs. :S.: V, Andreu and children "I meets the tame of all music lovers-ballads, operatic and

the cull for voluntary fund to pay I Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, day here with relatives.E. | and Miss! Van Cone spent :Sunday : : orchestral, selections. and Bong and dance novelties, with the
delightful v..satitltywhlch characterizes all Brunswick music.
for n full school term, and the' sum was the guest of Miss Ethel Hunt on W. Carter, of Ocala spent the afternoon at Pino Hill I To select from this list is to own what is best in phonographic

required has been suhHcrilied. The !Monday evening ,I week-end here with friends. I School Is progressing nicely under : reproduction.

a() donors already pay a heavy! county i The full term of school opened) last I Mrs. Oliver, of Pine Hill, who has I the management of fret A. B. Shaw. I Check the Records you wish to hear-then

educational tax, yet' they cheerfully\ ]Uondny\with 83 pupils in attendance.The . been visiting relatives here for the Rev. Ridenour of Gainesville, will : let ua play them for you.

:' opened their purses for the extra de faculty of our school this term past two weeks returned home Sun- fill his! appointment here next Sunday ,

t mand. In Rome instances. persons ,,111 composed as follows: day. at the Missionary! Baptist! church 30016!.&!> I' Impromptu In A Flat (Chopin) PianofartmSala Leopold
who were not called on to subscribe Prof. Duval, principal.) Frank Atulreu, of New River, spent I The Adventist held their quarterly r 10037 J Air d... bl ioux (JfWftSong fromPae.AAet.If/

I and who have no children of Hchool I Mrs. Jessie Morgan, first assistant Saturday here at the home of his song' meeting Saturday. 1.00 ( t Gounod'J (in francht Soprano Murenee. Ea.ton '/

age, offered, unasked to contribute. I j Miss Cecil Hall second assistant. S. V. Andrtti. Mrs D W. lIa7.'III" on the sick list I !* 10035 I M.rechi.r.. -'Nee.oliiun Son*) (Jl Cbcomo-7o.,)) K

Distress and want never go unheeded I I These teachers arc competent and! :Mss Ida Rule Crosby, of Jacksonville this week. 1.00 I Borttonm in Italian Gitwvpp. Danw &!

'; In Starke. Whenever a cane of have all had experience, and with is hl'I'"IJ! u visit! with friends.! I Mr. and Mrs. Drown, of Pine Hill, 30015 I J Jahnelt (In tftrnorlam) (SJlbnta.Silb.r.f.in)
.
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Lot Soprano Ytddimh t Dorothy Jardon ;
need becomes known Home kindhearted their able management we are lookIng Misses Mann Andreu and Inez Abernathy were in town Monday afternoon. I I
forward to successful term | Claude Crosby was'" in Starke Monday 10041 { Spanish Dance (Granaaoa-/fre) Vtolin Solo citizen is sure to take the / a very spent Saturday at Pine (Till. 1.(10 Ma. Roeea '

matter up and petition the!, citizens of school. 1 Several from here attended the un- afternoon 13027 f Pale Moon (CBek,Loan) Barilon Richard Bandit
for help, and such petitions are never' SUIt."Ij\' ln", of Starke, was present ion meeting at Little Springs Sun J. J. Morgan and family attended I 1.21 { M.b Und Loll (5'rl"I..nJ) Barilon Richard Don.lll 1"

'II'' in vain Starke may lack advantagesthat at the school opening here Monday day. church at Little Springs Saturday and ", '
I 13026 iratrel Moor) tlvimh Air) Tenor Thee Kul.. .7*
many other places possess, but A. II. Surreticy, of Pine Hill, was I Sunday 1.28 { Whan I BoyLye.: Are Sm.llnit l lOleotl-Craff-BaHl 1 \'.

1 the spirit, of "everyone for himself, : Miss CJussle Strickland, of Tallahassee in town Saturday afternoon. 1 Louis Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was I' Th.oee. Karle end Creacent Male Trio "':$I.I' I.
,
who has been the guest of her ]Dave here Saturday.. D.a Bolt ( nali.A-JCn.oa.) Contralto Elisabeth Lenno '
Green 5Ofi3
) a and the devil take the hindmost" wean : and Evan: lIodof I' { .
Hob Adair (AT.ppeicotcn Air) Cent..ltnEhasb.tb
S,'Is (' well do without "'" possess' the sister, !Mrs. E. Williams, returnedto Pine Hill, and Chester Andreu of New I Ranee( Thomas, of :Midway was in lUll Lennox

( f. Ifr'atNt'Irtuc of all!-charity. Jtfo I her home Monday. River, were In town Saturday afternoon town Monday : 2124 /Woodland Eoh.... (Wymen) )'J.ti.-FI.t..Ha.p
t. wonder those who have been here long !Mrs. Annie Johns and sons, Kance I j L. L. Johns, of New River was in .H5 X Gondolier Trio
i L Juanite, I(Norton) Vlolin-Flutm-Ha.ro Gondolier Tno
enough/ to discover the prevalence of IIn,111111', of Jacksonville, arc visiting ; Miss Marguerite ShrUer Is the (I town Saturday. |1"
I f Sweet and Low ( ....-./..",,.of,) Soprano ..Contralto
this vlrtne, will after going away bo here this week.Mrs. guest of Mrs. R. A. Weeks at Kings.' I !Mr. Parker, of Ziff, was here on I 2128 .] Irene Audrey and Lmily Lnrle

sure to-return to Starke. M. L. Andrews and children, Icy lake.A. business Monday morning .85 1 Honolulu Honey (W.eqn.A.."I.I..ld- )"*...)
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1 1nor and Barilon Chaa. Hart and Elliott Shaw
5 of Iiccshurg, are guests of Mrs. Andrew B. Shaw spent the week-end with j U. D. Johns, of New River, was in
Mao ....)
2127/Tuck (y..un'.L..i..M.
KIUTCATKO WOKKF.KS IN OK a' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. hill family at Gainesville.Mrs. | town Monday afternoon I .SA S Sleep BUr Jones and Strand Male Trio

!MAN) pagan, this week.A J D. Itnxter( attended the singat j Mrs. Emily Abbott has been on the I If You Only Knew (F.Oton Ti/aar) B.."Emeet"". Hare q'

daughter born to !Mr. Pine sick list but is somewhat
was aria' Hill Saturday improved. .
5063 Dews at the Huakin B. (Koinfla)
AS an example of how educationis Mrs. K L. Crews Sunday, Sept) llth. Mrs. J. E. demons of Pine Hill 1.OO { Criterion Male Quartet
,
I A Uttle CI.... H.rmony (O'Hara) Criterion Male Quartet
becoming more and more applied in n. W. Moore, of Theressa, was n was in town Thursday afternoon. A swarm of bees killed' a mule In : I

the world's work tho new professionof business visitor here Monday.W. ', Mr .and Mrs. Tom California the other day. But being! ', 2123 P.ck'a. Bad Boy (Soro.en) treed Male Quartet
I Dukes\ and children !- q .85 { Annual Protest (Off lo S"h.P..c") .) Huntoroutfecifatrait .
"box: engineering" has been evolv P. flirt, of Alachua l'ount111< of Five Mile, spent a few days I|I a man of wisdom and discretion, the I / node Peycke

('d. The title sounds somewhat humble in town Sundn. of last week here .with her parents, I I sheriff failed to make the customary I 4 2128 ( Down At The Old Swlmmla* Hole IWibo.( -B..nnnn) i'

but box engineers are now much Dr. Campbell of Starke, was a professional Mr. and Mrs.' P. A. Crosby arrest | .Mil {I Mimi Tenor(MacOonald-C'onraJt. end Benl n. .) Killy Tmnor Jonea. and. trnnrt:Billy Jon.Hare

sought after in factories and wholesale visitor to our'town this Claude Crosby was in the Five Mile I: -I II II | t)
NOTICE OP APPI irATIOK FOR TAX DEED f AD By Mytetf-Fox Trot liming Berlin)
j 2130
establishments. Their work is week. section Sunday morning. I I UNDER '(' 5711 OP THE I II < Bennie Kru."..'.OrcheeM m j"j"II
to plan the milking of boxes and J. M. Bennett of Theressa, was in :Mrs Tiercy Roberta has been !I, UKNFRAI. STATI'TrS! : I { S.tnni.y-Fo. Trot (Broo*.) BennieKnuger.Orcbealra. ,
on Hi>rt>by notice !t. given that T. J, AluVrman
crates at the (least expense, yet capable ) town recently the sick list but somewhat improved purahuiifr of tax .al.! crrtlAcntiMi numbered. 2125 I Sweetheart-Fox Trot (Johnmon) Carl Fanton'a Orch._
of holding different classes] of Geiger tarry, of Graham was n at this writing. I r rmpi-ctlvrly 20 XI W. 112. 72. Its urn) 204.irauiMl d .1111 1 |'..Cot tbeJoya- ..T.., (A'eI) Cu1F.etan'.Oah.str.
: by the tux ftnllvelur of UrmUnrtl onun. |
goods! securely while they are being \l1IllIl'IISsitor( here Monday. I IHr. Messrs. L.V.. Sowell, of Alachua, I' ty. Klnrliln. said) evrtiflcdtc* hems dated July Lot Walta-/fiur I !)reorn"fred"Th.L..a Walt iOmcar Slraam)
7th. RM flltfd mild rtlHoitttf in
Ittltt.
Bent to far distant, places, and different Middleton, of Starke, was a and H. Sowell, of Cutter Pond, were office, and .lint m.de application fur tax do my..d .n { Carl Fenton'a OrchtraMIMiMi"P
climates also, how to pack the I )l1'of"Rsiolllll'Isltor here thin week. visitors here Sunday. j to I.."* in nireottlnnctt with Inwt (Cradle Wall, (Olman) Featon'aOrcheetre
t 'IlIld' ctrtitfeatna. \ fiwiwctlvHly rmhrnc the
good to the best advantage. This II. 11. \VVest and family, of Waldo, Mr. Eddy, of Mounteochn. passedthrough fotluwinir Inniift In Hrmtlfnrd county, Florida.amiMved '' '
leads to with differentkinds visitors here ( at th.. date of the i.*uance of such i icrrtiflcatrti Consumers Lumber Co.
experimenting were recently.
here Sunday.M. In the nam.*a ranxwtivrly hvrvin-, ''
.. of woods, to finding the strongest Lust Wednesday t'vl'nlnMills little '' P. Matheny was attending to j afti-r particularly. No. 20 Hot plnhniOi. forth towltCrrtlflrat 8outnM/c: Qtmrtir I

material having the least! weight Johns VnU-rtnlnod her friend wIth business in Starke Monday. I, of NnrthrMt Quarter lit North half of Starke Florida
thegreatest Southeast Qu rtr. H...-. l'l!: Tp 6. 8 R 1 IK K. I
how,, to dispose brcalng to give a pimlcr boiling and chicken pilau Mr. and :Mrs. Jno. Bevllle and Ches- IL'il aura iuK.-w.ivl W. II. NvttlM.. ,

strength, and to say whereto interesting! games: were enjoyed and ley Fopg!! ott Graham, were in town ; CvrtiMcnte No. !2t! omliracra Southeast, Quarter ,
....... .
of !Nouttirauit Q"' !Ck-e.! I 251!: Tp. K 8
drive! the nulls and how many and the eVl'nll1JIIpent\ in I1tl'rrim'lIt.Al1JonA' Monday. K. IR E. 40 cam. iwRi Mind J. J. llrunnonIVHHonti

what "1701'. Improper, packing, by those present were, Mrs. E. Miss Van Cone, of MidwAY. Is hereon of Northnut- No. J4 Quarter\ vmbmcHi. tVe.Northrnttt'M. Tp. Qunrl.r K, BK : yap R... homy

means of which /goods arrived in bad C. Williams, Miss Mary E.': Thijrpen, a visit with her sister Mrs. S. V. IS K': 4(1 ft........ IU>M.>....d.f| J. arannen.Certiftesu Any 1'houdl, #. at'r wick kacwda ..'."'.
condition has font manufacturers and Gussio Strickland Ethel Hunt Eliz An | ." No S'j rmhraeM. com at NR 'or .
rl'u. > ..r lumhi' .old t" F. Kite and run N tol) ft.. ,
wholesalers eiiorni' sums l and hits uh.th'Iwl'l.'r, Corrlnrll''heell'I', Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster W 101 ft. thence 8 along line lea lift. K ft
. were tee fro to b'fl.. see IU Tl I, 8 R 21 1'':..



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SEPTEMBER 16. 1921. OKADFOKIl COUNTY lEU-'CKAIMI. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I I Ion a well earned vacation traveling: A true friend recognizes -
( your good wally I learning how to Ii",-.
by auto and visiting! many places of qualities and forgets your shortcom

"0, what a tummyache! I interest in Florida. ings.September. Supt. 11. Wiggins says that Proto

I Bits of Local 4&Information l :- It. It. lane should have great praise
Wisli't we'd et them prunes"Judy !
Jr. tho
I'rivaje Newn Wnlnwrlsht: ., Rjaill-and bust w" from the people of Stnrko for the
lof 1Kb. U. S. A. can make out of it In .
1f and Tommy and Towcrrtoo j F. troop, cavalry, September.A hnrd work he did In securiiijr: teachers)
I II"I'Bl'h..d hero Wednesday and !is visiting for the school liore.Coldn .

!I had cone on a strike. against i at the home of his parents Mr. secret in nnt a crrt ton woman .
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j J.... .h* Omrl T..k. ...M..4 T t'l prunes! prunes!! prunes1!!! I and Mrs. N. Walnwrlght.. NownI I unless she can find someone to d.II\ it --- -- ----- .

1 Iw+ im ..*. C..cr. .'u J_ I has done some strenuous army service to. COUMJ trip fuel inulucozatAXATi'EPROMOQlfNIkKTebktewenove
I' It's one of the fun- !\ : ,..
;, since i his last visit! to Stuiko. For '.* .. a
There
[rai-w. In only onea" gulnlr-i.
-.--- -. 1 niest strikes !: nine "months he was stationed at Ca. Some people live to learn without tV: iKUVE'S: .lens' .... nn hot.... 30ui t
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--- ---- ever seen
I lexico California where in that desert I
:Miss Doris Scott spent Wednesday in Philadelphia. I !
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the thermometer not _
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Jacksonville. -------- I tro I below 105 deproea. He was in San i IfI reii ..: : -- ::: ::-: TI
Miss Mona Alderman left
Tuesday Antonio Texas, at the lime of the
Mrs David Lander left Wednesday for Tallahassee where she has enrolled I I 1:11: 111
terrible flood where he lost all of his
for. Kissimmee. as a student in the State
Collegefor I
belongings. This young soldier in

B B. Sapp of New River, wax intown Women. I now nuisterod out of service, after being ii! I!! I

one of Uncle Sam's men for five 0'
\ ) Saturday. Rub-My Tibm kills infection. { i yIr
years. His relatives and friends here t l,

Mr. and Mrs. D. Johns of Humpii. I MM!. J. I' Kickliter Miss Clam i are delighted to welcome! him home.

> ,. are visiting relatives in Starke. Wninwright! and John Powell are inJacksonville
1: I OIAKCK: OK 'UK '.\11t ItltlGADK( .
attending the HI hop. I

Mrs. Sarah I.. llamrick! will open : Woodward wedding. I THC: UNIVERSAL: CAR !
i I I Half fin inch half an inch, '
her kindergarten next Monday morn- f
r
tic at 9 o'clock.RubblyTism. '! :Misses Martha and Sue Alderman I, Half nn inch shorter! i I t

Pickford Wllt't1\l'r the skirts are for Ford Prices Effective Now
---- --- I of Jacksonville, spent the week-end Mary I Mother or daughter! ,

kills pain. j with Misses Mona and Blanche Alder I ; Hriefer the drosses II'row.F'ulll.r ,

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visitor Jo Culutka and Tallahassee the I ---- i While whirling ulimpsei" show "u al

first of the week. 'i I A. R. Moore, manager of the Thrift "Uad y Lcny Leys" More than they oug-hterl! Runabout $395.00 fiI

Ruvers Association! was in the metropolis I Y t
-- :M'ltiilay' 7 Reels of Fun and Pathos I Touring Car with Starter and Demountable Rim $450.00 t
attending .
a meeting
I. L. King and \\ !illie Dekle arc (Iot I Forward! the dress parade! 4' II It St
the directors of the I RunaLout. $420
spending' the week at Kickliter's cot corporation. Directed by Marshall Nellan Is there a man dismayed ? I I Il

tage at Kingsley lake. No! From the sight displayed Coupelet .. $595

I Painters have beautified the wood Gaiety, Thursday, Friday None could be sundered! .. ,
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Mrs. F. A. Scott went to Waldo onednesday and iron work of Bradford County' Sept. 22nd and 23rd. Theirs not to make remark: Sedan $660 I

\\ to attend the WilliumaU'eeks Rank, and that edifice is now as neat I Clergymen, clubmen clerkGapinir Chassis .4 .. $390 4
and pretty as a new band box. r
wedding. I from noon till dark
TODAY, FUJIIA'\'. SEPT' : 16 I: I At the four hundred! Truck Chassis $515

6G6 Cures a Cold quickly.Mr. 1IKI1K DANIELS in
Ethel Griffin
Miss Is in Jacksonville
1\\0 WEEKS WITH PAV Tractor $625F.
visiting: her aunt and uncle Mr. and I and Mrs. L. F. Embry and little : Short skirts to the right of them!

Mrs. W. J. Griffin. I j SATURDAY SEI'17\ r Shorter to tho left of them! 0. B. DETROIT,
son, Raiford Frederick, of Jacksonville -
.1 Shorter still in front of them!II
!PRANK! A YO in
romp Sunday to visit at the
Mrs. Angle Sternburg, of Jacksonville home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder "('(II.OItAtl/" I Flaunted and flirted! These prices effective since Sept. 2nd ,

is visiting Mrs. A. C. Fling and I I In those of stripe and \lIRid.HUl.d w
8:15 1 : : p. m. Admission 15 & .10c J. W. ANDREWS JR.
Miss Kate
Livingston.
Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and children most exceedingtrlnd,

left Tuesday for their home in Chatta- I' Sporting in sports. run mad, Authorized Ford and Forclson Dealer
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County Judge R. A. Green was a hoochee. Come the nhirt-"kirtod! STARKE:, FLORIDA
While here they were guestsat are not affiliated! with other church organizations
business visitor to Jacksonville! Mon-
the home of her parents, Mr. and are invited to be presentat
'InyItubAIyTism Mrs. G. W. Alderman Flushed all their ankles there!
at :Methodist church next Sunday
Flashed as they turned' in air! -- -
I
evening at 7 o'clock to reorganize the '
cures sores. G. :M. Inmnn, representative of theE Epworth )League. There will be spec What will not woman dare? & i .

A. Strout Farm Agency, left Wednesday | cial orchestra music. (Though tho exhibits. 'show DGRIIIDIDmtDIDmIDmmIDClmmmmWlDmmtDWWCDmCDmmmWmtDtDCIIWClCD { )( '.
School supplies of all kinds at Tur I afternoon for business trip Some of them blundered, ), t

ner's Drug Store. I to his old home in Virginia lie will I! 6(10(; cures !Malarial Fever. All sorts of types and \pot'sIlrnomHticks If.OW k

I be away about a week. I \piano logs! .

W. A. Scott is employed in the tax I IUHsesnor's --- I Mr. and Mrs N. T. Ritch 'and little Here and there fairy shapes '

office assisting N. O. Wain-1 Rrv. George F. Scott, who has spent son, N. T. Jr., and Miss. Vivlrette I Just built to walk on eggs, MICHELINhas

wright with the tux books. I the summer in Clayton Ga., reached Floyd, returned home Monday from a I Como' by the hundreds! t

I I here Monday and is spending the weekat !I trip to Colorado Springs and other i Wbon ran their' glory fade7 t

J. L. llurrfll, one uf Law try's solid I I Ihusiness 1 Kingxlcy lake and visiting his points in tho West. While away they I, Oh, the wild show t they made! overcome .the commonest I [)

) men, was a visitor to Starke '<: brother F. A. Scott.; I visited Mrs!! Arthur 11 ill is, daughter All the world wondered.

1 Friday) ---.------ ''of I Mr. Rih.h.I I Grand damn and 1 ilcmoimdle! I (I causes of'tir( troublePunctures ,

( Rev. and\ Mrs George !I"'. Scott, and Shop girl' and Bowery belle- )4

Miss Willie Wright of St. Peters- ,I daughter, Miss! Gertrude, are visitingat I The MaillHon: r.ricerpi: says, after I"ouhurlfll'l.d ? I I'm, ..h. well, I f

hurl, has been visiting her sister, the lionn"( of Mr. and, Mrs. F. A. i the unnounc<>ment of the death of ]F. I' Any old! hundred, '
I a.
r 'Mi,), G F. Scott, nt Klngsley lake! Scott. P. ShnflVr( : As stilted above Mr. Slmf- --GlllnQsvlll. Sun

ri fer was formerly a prominent citizenof I I '
i 'oll, l. and Mrs. 1) 11. Knight and I The recent hot, dry weather ripened this city and\ county. He had numbers I And still, when n frenzied financier e/

i ""', IloIIis and Paul Ernest, motored! the rice, and the around tI cI
crops uf friends. here, who regret to gets caught It Is but electoral (Unit leshould
in Jacksonville for the day recently. II I Stnrke have been cut. The host rice learn if his death. that '
I heme.frenzied.-- Michelin users have often remarked I I' ,
inthis vicinity was! grown by F 1)) -- -.- I I

Vd: 666 cures Chills and Fever. I ford and L. A. Davta.!! I Ie! suns to read the article concerning A good way to start business tn these superior tires puncture less frequen. '

''to Mrs. S. E. Hrownlee returned lust the possibility! of a railway from booming, again in this country Is furevery tly than other makes.
-' Thursday from I'ulntkn where hpi .
f> .
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''Ii I Green < 'U\, Springs. Such a railway bags There bo I
/
i ited' her daughter, Mry. A. V. Lonir. J. F. Kirklller, and
would 1 bo the tirxt step to the ,. ICHUinption, of business without
V
wriirht are in South 1'lorldn.' ) They extra thickness of the Michelin trend- ,
I iTowth of Storks; It conreriiH nil V
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I Maj. and Mrs. Fred Beck left Saturday travel I auto and '
by visiting
arc many ; ; C"ltI---; '
I here, whether they own land or not, INu Worms in H llcuifiiy This added tread-thickness makes it unusually V'
evening for a trip to Evansville, places of interest. Mr.\ Kickliter isexpected J ;
and every person should l help when Ail t hhtlri'U; $ ,truulilfd with worms barn ten im
II II.J
.J Ind. home in a few days : hrnltti' > odor, vihUJi hull i uli ,i"mr littiofl, untl iu. difficult for object to penetrate to
.
called I Ilit do i
I I to
I "f) rate, : : .. ., ..:.
't" n Is Inure er I' rt I I I n
'NI !
I cPOS: I lAMHt"I ;.'c.jiil'j: IOMI; j;. ;rwyn, : the inner tube.
Prof. B. B. Lane and family arc Mr. Hudson] who bought the Syd- rrauatr
I i The W" nun's Club was entertained Ir l twi r Ill{ ? wake, will. Hill I, ll ii IIIOlid t iaaxi. I
occupying Mrs. C. \V. Liddon's cottageon bates place on Cherry fctreet hilsen..ted I ,,, m.. ,/'rdl4. ll>'.,.. wIn, "P.I"l '6ate'ht' t'
Wednesday( afternoon by Mrs. W. .Ipr.H I.. ,'In, -V'Ip. II..... .. I fl
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North Walnut street._ lIe\<.rlll substantial and roomy i i I;. MidoJl.ton. at her home on N. Walnut '.. 'i 'ir ,.. .. ,. ". . .1111_ I
.. --- I fowl houses lie will into chicken n1'. ,
go i practically
Btrc-ot. After the business' sessionI :" :
Mr. and !Mrs H. A. Bishop and little raising on tin large scale UH bin premiums _-":': _._
I hostess nerved punch and wafers.
.
daughter are spending several will admit! of. I' i your .
Among the out of town guests
was
weeks in Green Cove and other points!'! '
I i I Mrs. I.. I.'. Embry: of Jacksonville, -
I1
-- ---- Mrs. 11). E. Knight has all guests her : I I
i iSmith's
who has been visiting Mrs H. M.
Col. A. Z. Adkins and family have rEN'f-A-WORD
i sinter, Mrs.! Charles Larsen and little I

returned. home after spending several son, who arrived! Sunday from Snyder. : '

weeks at their Kirijjsloy hike cottace. : Wayriesvillc, N. C., where they spent I Next Monday when-;;--school: opens. I II Garage IH ,

the past two months.! They will leave II ;
the children of the primary grades
; I
l Owen Griffin returned ly>me Tuesday Saturday fur their homo in Ft. Pierre. '1
STARKE FLORIDA
after spending several days in I I fire requested 1 to bring the same books. FOR- SALECharlestonVakefleld! j I I
which using when school
they were
t GitineMville! with his aunt, Mrs. II. I' Rub-My-lism! for rheumatism. CJJmmmmmmmmIDCOOImmmmmQOII.OOJIJIOIIJIDOImmmOlOJmmmmmWQlmm mCICDmaOmmtDmmll) s
gr llolstein. I closed last term as some tlf them will cabbage plants. G. C. Cady Starkoi
b4
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02tf.
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Mrs. E. K Perryman i is visiting at have tn review a few days before theyrun -
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r fi6 Cures Dengue Fever. 5-13-ZOt. the home of hre parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'I I be properly classified. All pupils j FOft SAU [<'int.' Klondykc strawberry 10000000000000mClllDmmmmmmmIDOmmmtDCDIDIDCDlUMIOOlmmmmmmmm ) ] .

C. L. I'e..k.111.: Perryman reached should bring paper find pencil 1 the first plants August Stern StarkoI '

Airs. Emily Philips, Hutfh Brownlee- I here Saturday night after spending day. !I I Fla. 9.16-2t'

.Ir., and Mary Brownlee are at Kings the summer in Galveston, Texas t

ley lake visiting !Mrs. T. N. Lim- I 66b euros' HiliounneM. I WANTED-Esrjrs, hens, chickens :r:3: : J *tft

baujfh. Send your children to Turner's DrugStore .. The other day when F. E. Chase I i Shipped to us will bring Florida i '1

Horace \Vilson left Sunday afternoon for their school supplies.S. was boring im artesian well on theI i State Marketing forwarded,: Bureau prices (I
Payment by return mall
E. Wall the
A. pliue just over Clay
I
for Gainesville, where! he will E. Ritch, of Shelby, N. C., is visiting Jt'fl'rence-un.. Hrndntroet. Nation -
line, he struck log
| county a cypress
continue his studies at the University his grandfather Perry Dover.
d
!! Products
Co. C34 Wast
i + flay
<-f Florida. i at the depth of lO.'i:; feet. The wow], I I
Mr. Ritch in a musician of note, having St. Jacksonville, 1"la. 9-2-41 (
i though; very soft, was. still sound I. ? /
------ been a member of an overseas!!
Miss Florence left Tuesday I The land in that section hits time after -
Matthews
II band and has kindly consented to assist i Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
time been covered by washingsI
afternoon for Tallahassee to resume .
with the music at the Methodist I II Ii
I
her studies at the Woman's Col- I church and at the community sing. i I and land slides from Trail Ridge Home Builder and "THE STONE ETKRNAL"

lege. i the back bone of Florida. I
111" I I" nil- ' I And GEORGIA MARBLE in itt various
i i 1 Contractorsi shades make .
Mr. and !Mrs. Alva Wright Missed.
Misses j A committee from the Woman's
Doris Scott and Sue Alderman
Lois! and Louise Sontt and Willie
W. A. Scott and John Powell Club composed of Mrs. E. E.; Canova, i MEMORIALSRenowned
Wright after a pleasant stay at 10 to 2-1:
ran save )OU percent
motored to Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. t chairman, Mm. J, It. Ritch and Mist
j I Kingsley lake left Wednesday to moI ] on the lumber and millwork -
I | Olive Ray, with a mimb of hired
I tor to St. Augustine, after which they for your hnuwo. Wo are I
I hands, have thoroUthly.n..d, :\ the
will\ return to their homes in St. Petersburg prepared to Kiev you better ti 'rir FOR
1 large school building and ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY .. rand
evcrythinc
Pencils, tablets, inks, straps etc, I and Sutherland.All { \ ? titan. ever before and guar
is In order for the beginning of schoolj
at
Turner's Store. I i
Drug 1 antee piece uf lumber ..f' EVERLASTING ENDURANCEThree
I j'! next Monday.( The town Is due this every I
young people of the town who Khip. Send"' UH your lists fur
Mrs G. W. Alderman and daughter, committee a vote of thanks for thr
I estimate I essential factor be
to considered in buying
Mrs. excellent work. monuments
..
E. R. Marshburn, spent Friday
with I II I are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. '
relatives and friend in Lake ------ --- '--

Butler. I, Catarrh.Cca, .. Do, Caret..n". i I Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Farmer, of St. The Perry Lumber Co. RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combi- tl
Catarrh Is M I.' ell' u. eru.l?
COnIlWH..." ..O"lIt'"o.' J IItharetors P.burr f ; wore in Starke Tuf day nation when buying our material.
om.od by ., ; ..... .
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ml.utunonu & I "HoumKill
Specialists"
Miss! Grace Shelldrake, who has reeuiros CATti' t MIUU.IF! .! and Wed wlnv', visiting friend Thee

been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. I Went faa.u ILAI.La InwnAlI; -....J at. '. tillfMllJ" l heft Starke: nhnut sixteen yearn airoI COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON Gtrading /' IiL

Anderson left Monday for her home 'rtt' : Mod 011 the x1u., tits bur!TAn sr.a It e'I,. I for St. Petersburg, where Mr. Farmer ['Elm'1"I.OltllIA ;L Manufatturrn of the South

---Itr "....' of '' p
kJ&JwrtR.'rs. .. through well dirwtod herd work, 11 field or Special Rrprrrent.tive,
(IK: Quinine .. Tffrpw > / .nlC\11 b: Only One "HKOA1O QUININE"
llaa
&t Dot "Not Allccl
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has 11
alalr' become the limit mtncnt
thn a''n .h and nr-> contractor W. ELLERY
.I"C DAVIS ST
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of In ton:, end l Isxreve! "-ff1" ,A. Imp', liinm "MAll , "I I To KI the. vaulnr, call tor full tmmr, f.AXA- RKE. FLA.
JN IIROMO. ClilNINE!\ fv .."'.in mthmit eau.inll n"n. ,' r. >ruir>rl m A V' Ohlo.r h.ihifiuix. well lit, dii Th,". V. .....>VK! Cur... a t"td S.. tin. nv. l.u.p. ,
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PAGE TWO__ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921.P .


WALT MAfOfA:' \8 "ASK YOUR I A party was enjoyed at the homeof The revival services at the Baptist 'fed last week from an extended visit I iness visitors to Waldo Friday.

HANKER" BEFORE BUYING:' i j 625,000 BOTTLES O. W. Thomas Friday night. A church last week were largely attend- 'I with relatives and friends in Texas. | John McKinney, of Sampson, w

!STOCKS large/ crowd attended and reported a ('d.fuh\ interest was taken in both The many friends of Pick McGillare a visitor here Saturday and Sunday

i nice time. the preaching by the pastor and the grieved to learn of his death, occurring | Messrs. E. J. Murrhee and Irving

The mails with documents are loaded SOLD IN Mr. and 1 Mrs. G. W. Sapp and children singing under the leadership of Mr. in Jacksonville Tuesday evening 1 Dyal; were business visitors to the
I
describing Inapll.I. ought to nail; I are spending a while in Hastings I). L. Mitchell! of Jacksonville. The The entire town extends sympathy | county Beat Saturday.

by glib tongucd' salesmen I am goaded guests of Mr. Sapp's sister, Mrs. Daly preaching services' will probably con- I 1 to the sorrowing ones. I Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Shakera

and asked to dig my hard-earned I NEW YORKBIGGEST Conner. tinue through this week, but owing toa Mrs. D. Floyd and daughter/ Miss filled his regular: appointment at thii

, kale For wealth untold I always I Mr. and !Mrs Barnard Andrews attended previous appointment Mr. McDaniel Madie, spent Tuesday in Gainesville. i Baptist church Saturday and Sunday

hanker and I'd be buying gold bricks I the party at Mr. and Mrs. had to return to, Jacksonville Saturday Marcus Dekle spent several days II Mrs. Ada Thomas of Waldo spem

a strong but for the wise old village ; THING OK KIND:' EVER Thomas Friday night. with relatives this week.G. Saturday with her father, J. C. Bar.

banker who tells me when I'm headed : SEEN IN:' THAT STATE 1 DECLARES Bellar Sapp .was in Starke Satur W. Alderman and daughters, i jry.;

wrong. He deals in coin and coin's 1 JUG WHOLESALER day.Miss RAIFORD Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and Blanche I Perry :Newsom, of Ziff, was a buss

his study; he's wise to all investment i Jesse Thomas of Starke, passed j Alderman, of Starte motored to ourtown I mess visitor here Saturday.

tricks, and he (explains in language through. our burg Sunday after Raiford, Sept 16.-S. T. Dowling I last week. 1 Mrs. Goodge and grandson, f
The fact that bottles of | A. E. Proctor several of >
f.25,000 days
spent
and W. H. Andrews visitors to
were
ruddy how games are played on easy Sampson, were shopping here Saturday
huks. When I approach the paying Tanlac have been sold in the state of noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Roan Turner: of Lake Butler Wednesday | this week at Sapp attending a Mason-

New York since its introduction the..eleBs Gainesville and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and Futch 1 ic school of instruction.Mrs. .
$ teller to draw out all the coin in view, Mr. Mrs. Looney were I Mr. and Mrs. Newn
the banker leads me to the cellar, and than one year ago, is a big business were in the Wateroak" section Thurs- visiting relatives in Jacksonville during W. H. Willoure of Worthington and nieces Beatra Byrd and children

do. And when item that will attract unusual dya. last week. was a guest of Miss Marshall and MargaretByrd
F' asks me what I plan to left for

I say I am intending to buy an oil attention throughout the entire East Howard Thomas, of New River, was Mr. Bennett, of Johnstown, was a Proctor Sunday evening. has, accepted Sunday a position Tampa, wherehe

+ well down in Maine, he lectures me, 1 for nothing like it has ever happened in this section Saturday night. business visitor here Tuesday after- A daughter.was born to Mr. and
1 before. It breaks all records. Mrs. Charlie Edwards Sunday morn The Sunday school picnic was attended ,
much wisdom lending, until again I'm H. O. Rivers was a business visitorto noon. ,
1 safe and sane. He knows I have distorted Mr. George B. Evans, manager of Lake Butler Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and ing.W. by a large crowd Saturday afternoon

+ vision where money matters the Gibson-Snow Company, the well Rev. Smyser' of Gainesville, will Mrs. A. D. Andrews spent Tuesday in H. Willoure of Worthington mo- even if the weather was un

are concerned; I'm always having known wholesale druggists: with fill his appointment here Saturdayand Starke having dental work done. tored to Lake Butler Friday.Mr. favorable.Truby .

dreams elysian of roubles gained that branches in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester Sunday. A. $. Crews was a business visitor and Mrs. T. H. Rimes, of Miller Dyal was a business visitorto

were not earned. And so on me he's and Syracuse, recently announcedthat Mr and Mrs W. T. Turner were to Jacksonville Tuesday. ] visited relatives in Lake Butler : Ziff Saturday.

the preparation was now selling D. R. and lit- this week. Miss Olive Padgett, of Ziff, attend.
keeping cases, he shields me from the visitors to Starke Wednesday.S. Dr. and Mrs. Handley

get rich quick fake, when he beholds in their trade territories alone at the C. Crews was a business visitor tle son, Tommie, were visitors to Mrs.! H. S. Sprinkle and son, Henry, I ed Sunday school here Sunday after

some hectic traces of punk Investments phenomenal, rate of approximately to Lake Butler "Monday.LAWTEY: Jennings Sunday. spent the week with her mother, Mrs. noon.Miss

I would make. Before the cold OOOOO'botUeB a year. Mrs. Barney Cone; and children of W. C. Townsend. I Beatrice and Beulah Harvey

eyed village) banker the glib and oily "If the present rate (continues" Lake Butler, were visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garris and son, Alma Robinson and sister, of Waldo

faker squirms; he is my helm my jib, said Mr. Evans, "this state will probably here Sunday. Zenith of Smoak S. C., have moved were visitors here Sunday

dnd spanker, if you'll)) forgive these require considerably over 750- Lawtey, Sept. 13.-Postmaster W. W. 11. Andrews and Lacy Cason into the Townsend cottage on Dekle I Messrs. Kaloh, of Hampton, and

sailor terms. He is my binnacle and I 000 bottles a year. This is a tremen- II. Biggs was transacting business in were visitors to Heilbronn Springs on street. Prof. Garris has accepted a Newsom of Starke, were here SUM

anchor; my larboard watch and star douc figure, but I am really conservative Starke Wednesday. Sunday afternoon. position in the Lake Butler high day.Rev.

board clock; I owe it to the village i, in making: this statement. A daughter was born to Mr. and Dr. Mann of Lake Butler, was a school and will begin work Monday, W. E. Daugherty, of Rockwood

Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's Mrs. L. D. Dorman on Sept. 3rd. Mack of Valdosta Tenn., will not sttrt the meeting Sat.
banker that all)) my goods are not in professional visitor here Monday af Higginbotham
hock.-Walt Mason. I' Drug: Store and by leading dru glstseVf'rywhe..e.Adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Norman and ternoon. :spent Sunday with D. W. Borum. urday night on account of sickness

but will begin Oct. I It.
Miss Linnie Drawdy of Moseley, Ga.,
Futch visitor to Law-
Sidney was a Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile,
week-end of Mr. and MrsJ. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dyal and
were guests!
last weekend.Mrs. .
TIIERESSA tey the of her sister
spent Monday guest ,
eral professional calls in this section children of Ziff
spent Saturday and
L. Harrell. Mr. Norman is a son Dan of visiting ,
Futch Lawtey
was Miss Marshall Proctor.
last week. of the founder of the Norman Insti- Sunday at the home of his parents
Theressa, Sept. 16.-Rev. J. B.Crews relatives here the first of the Rev. S. S. Proctor returned home
Mitchell Thomas of Glen
St. Marys tute at Norman Park, Ga. Frank Reynolds and Duffy Aberna-
of Long Bridge, preached at week. Friday evening from Pelham, Ga.,
spent part of last week here theguest thy afternoon .
Mrs H. H. Black and little daughter spent Sunday at Hampton
the Christian church Sunday.C. of his brother Daniel Thomas. Dr. King, of Lake Butler,was a where he spent a week at the bedsideof Beach
visitors to Starke Wednes
A. Youngblood was a visitor to Mr: and Mrs. John Eddy and were professional visitor here last Thurs his brother, R. T. Proctor, who died Misses Juanita Smith, of Gainesville

Graham Wednesday.Mrs. daughter; of Louise, passed through; day.Miss Nellie Jones, of Dupont, is day.Col. while he was there. Mr. Proctor has and Corrine Merritt of Ft Pierce
and Mrs. A. S. Crews of
J. E. Owsley and daughter, visited in Lake Butler several times
here Saturday morning enroute to few days at the home of were guests of Mrs Equilla Dixon
Jessie, were visitors to Hampton Sat- Little spending a Starke, were visitors here Thursday and his friends here regret to learnof
Rp..lngB.Mills her uncle and! aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. afternoon. *" this week.
urday. Lomie Thomas spent the weekend J. Terry. his death. Misses Ethel Byrd and FrancesMurrhee
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and chil- Mr and Mrs. Loughman, of Jacksonville Miss Della Armstrong of North
at Dukes of Miss Gertrude
1 guest Mr. and Mrs. Enoch GrifTis attended the union meetingat
dren, of Brooklyn, attended church Parrish. were were visiting here Wednesday Carolina is visiting relatives in town
visitors to Starke I Little Springs Sunday.
Wednesday. and .
here Sunday. Thursday.S. this week.
Rev. Moullon, of Brooker preachedat Mr and Mrs. J. yf. Barber were visitors The Graham school organized a literary .
T. visitor to Lake
Dowling
was
Blanton Owsley and Calvin Triest a Misses Omie Scarborough and Elsie
the home of S. L. Prescott Sunday to Starke Monday. society Friday afternoon with
were among the visitors to lIampton Butler Tuesday.Mrs. B. Gilispie left :Monday morning for
1 I night. Mr .and Mrs. Martin of Anthony the following officers: ,
Drew Addison and little I'
Saturday. son, Tallahassee where they will enter college -
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Fowler of were the guests last week of their LeRoy Wasdin president. :
Mrs. P. M. Geiger, little son, Earl, Lowell, of Jacksonville, were ((nests I
Starke, spent the week-end here with daughter Mrt. H. H. Black. Mattie Ogden, vice-president.
and sister, Miss Florence Hall spent of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews sev- Miss Henrietta Padgett motored to 'I
.
relatives. Linnie Fogg, secretary.Ruby .
Mrs. E. D. Boyer spent last week
Friday at Waldo with relatives, returning eral days of last week. Starke last week
c Ed Ybor, of Starke Frank and Viola with relatives in Jacksonville returning Dyal Eunice Kelly and Leola
home Saturday aftemoun. Miss Wilma Andrews of Jacksonville Mrs. J, W. Jones and children, Natalie I
Reynolds Shell Byrd, Duffy Abernathy home Sunday. Fogg!: program committee.
\ W. A. Jones and S. B. Woodardwere was visiting her grandparents, and Herman, are visiting; relatives -
and Harley Thomas of Graham Prof. II. C. Wimberly and sister Frank Abernathy was a business
visitors to Hampton Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews, du..in"lut in Lcesburg and Kls imml'e. {
attended church a tthe home of S. L. Miss Winifred I, of Highland; were viII-I week. I i visitor to the county neat Saturday :'
.
afternoon. Last Thursday afternoon Mesdames
a Prescott Sunday night. I afternoon.J. .
z Mrs. Anna Willoure and daughter, itors to Lawtey Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Kite and children 'V. L. Wise and J. M. !Mann entertained .
Mr and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp were visitors I C. Barry was carried to Dr. Rogers
Ethel spent the week-end at their of Baldwin, were visitors. here at n Rook party for the benefit of
don, Paul, of Brooker, spent Sunday to Starke the first part of the sanitarium Sunday, where he underwent
i home in Worthington. Saturday and Sunday. the Woman's, Club treasury. The par-
guests of their sister, Mrs Annie week. an operation. His many
J. B. Batten spent a few days lutw.t'k Miss Helen Nauright, who has been ty was given at the home of Mrs. ..T.I .
Lewis.\ Rev. H H Black visitor 1 friends wish him a speedy
was a to recovery
several weeks
at Waldo. spending at Kingsleylake M. Mann. Punch was served through:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills and children Jacksonville Wednesday.Rev. I Jesse Byrd and wife, Arthur and
W. B. Baker --of Brooklyn was attending returned to her home here last ''I out the afternoon, and after several I
of Graham, were in our section E. D. Boyer visited relatives |I I I' Calhoun Barry, of Tllmpa,'were culled
to business in our town Sat. Thursday. games delicious refreshments were
I Sunday in Jacksonville Saturday. I I to the bedside of their father, J. C
urday.P. I Mrs. S. It. Moore entertained the served the guests. A neat sum of
I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lewis anddaughter Mrs. Colon Miller and children re- { Barry, Saturday They accompaniedhim
M. Geiger was a visitor to Wal j, young folks Friday evening with a realized. This is the first of a series
Inez at the home in I to Jacksonville Sunday.September .
spent Sunday turned to their Crystal River
do Wednesday, returning home on j social. Music and games were enjoyed of parties to be given:
I homo( of his sister Mrs J. B. Thomas. i I
Saturday after spending two months I I
I for while and the invited
Thursday afternoon.C. a guests were Those present were Mesdames See- the hi-st' f
/Cain-and
we
here the home of her Mr.
J. Harrington has sold his stock at parents, into the dining room, where refreshments her King, J. E. Maines, William I can make out of it is
Mrs., SeptetnlnMTo
Lois and
Thigpen daughter, and Mrs. Jesse Reddish.
of goods track to 1'. M. Geiger, who I I I were served. Soon after |1 Johnson, G.V.. Coleman, Onie Pons I d
Mildred, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and children -
will have charge of the business in J. W. Lcwis.Ellery visitors to ) lake the guests departed, votingM..s.. j I Haile, Mattie Matkey Tom Chnstain, I Cure a Cold In One Day

I, the future. Mr. and Mrs. Herring- were Kingsley :Moore a gracious and charming hostess. I G. W. Epperson, R. E. Dell, Malcolm Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tahlrtn ) It I

N ton has moved to Valdosta Ga., church Thomas, of Brooker, attended Thursday. I I Those present were Misses Wilma I I Riherd, Blake, Mann and Misses Thel- I stufMi, the l' wIROv6'I'fiutlli end; "Hiadarhe nniatureonca.hlwa.and works off'Me the ;r JCold.
here Sunday.Mr. Misses 'Amanda and Jessie Futchmoved
where he has secured a position. We Andrews, of Jacksonville, Anna I t mo Schell and Henrietta! Padgett.: M
and Mrs T. D. Dyal and to Jacksonville last week. r
wish them luck in their new home. sons Mae Marguerite, Loea nnd Gertrude | George Douglass, of Miami, was a ,ttI."IfI/lI""tolU"U1IJ\JJ11.! ) 4 d wttiwwttrl 7tlltolll 5Wt I
attended church at Graham Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten I
There will be preaching at the Baptist night.Oliver. to Starke Wednesday werevisitors Anderson, Sybil Ritch; Vcmnie and I guest of Mrs. J. C. Crews Tuesday.Mrs. COFFINS & CASKETS J. f I'I

church Saturday and Sunday, by Berta Crihbs, Viola Kickliter.'Messrs. : Jean Croft, of Ft. Meade is a
r Sparks, of Louise was visiting J. C. Cone, cf Brooker, was looking And Full Line of
a I
the pastor, C. J. Bruner. I John and Dewey Hollingsworth, Eus- guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. C.Crews. .
friends here Sunday afternoon.Ml'IIII..II. after business interests in '
' Johnnie Williamson made. a visit Lawtey on tis Crews, Avery Tison, Clarence UnJ.r'olt. Supplier : 1
,
Edwin and Beatie Cunningham .
Y here. Sunday. Saturday. I Ritch, Joseph Hendricks, Lacy Ca- Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at
and Jesse Oldham of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry were visitors AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I'
i son, Shepard and Harley Moore, SJ1-II i the State Farm. .
spent a few days lust week here with to Starke the first part of the Always on hand. The best service '
ZIFF ney Futch, Tate I>Denmark Carl Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Math Roberts, of Five
Purvis at the lowest
Lewis. week.<< price Special
Preston Cribbs, Walter Whitten. Mile, were shopping in Lake /Butler
Mr. and : I attention to telegraph or-
Mrs. D. Stokes of Lake Miss Ethel Drawdy of Macclenny,
I' Ziff, Sept. 16.-John Thomas and I M. Luck of the state prison farm, one day last week. era. Registered Embalmer.
Butler, spent last week at the homeof was the guests of relatives in Law-
daughter, Miss Lomie attended the I was in town Saturday afternoon.Earl I Claud Odum returned to Jacksonville ,
his sister Mrs. Martha Parker.Our and
Sunday.
annual meeting held at Little Springs tey Saturday Whitten, who has been Bpt'nd.Ing after a pleasant visit with rela DeWTIT C. JONES
school is progressing nicely tinder Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, .was
church Saturday and Sunday.We several days in Savannah, Ga., live!!.
the management of Truby Pinhol. the guest of his family during the STARKE FLA.
arc sorry to report the serious returned here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White and

illness of Mrs. J. W. Lewis. ster. week-end. Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a son, Jim and wit...,!of Ft. Pierce, are "11t'H'lflJIIfI(11(111 tIRIRItCMaI>QrRltDod.on's
Harry Howard, of Gainesville Mrs. J. B. Rowe visitor toStarke
was was a
Mrs. Ida Howard and children, of visitor here Saturday. visiting relatives, town this week. .
the guest: of relatives here Saturday the first part of the week.J. .
Gainesville spent last week here the W. I. Moody of Sapp, spent Wednesday Judirc! Green, of Starke motored to
night.H. .
W. Barber of Macclenny visit
guests of relatives.Dr. night with his family here. Lake Butler last week.GRAHAM,
E. Thomas of Brooker, spent ed relatives in Lawtey first part of I Liver Tone
Tribble, of LaCrosse, made sev- Miss Loca Anderson left Sunday for ,
:
Sunday here. the week i I

Alma Thomas, of Graham spent Mrs. R. M. Prevatt was a visitor to Hillsborough county where she will I: Instead of Calomel

r I' know Sunday evening with Avy Starling Starke teach this year near Tarpon Springs. -- Mrs.l I
Saturday.M
[ .I Doyou I Mrs. J. I. Moody and little son, Arthur ,' Graham Sept. 16.-Mr. and a
Mr. Thomas and son, Harley, were .L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville,
rollSO Walter Edmondson of Sampson
A you can spent Monday and Tuesday in were
in our burg Calomel U It attack
Sunday spent Sunday with his family. business visitors here Monday. 1 quicksilver.
: good R. B. Thomas in I Sapp. the bone and paralyses the liver. Your
was Brooker Sat Mrs. II. R. Sapp was transactingbusiness 'I
Miss Loca Anderson was a visitorto Harry Eddy, of Mounteocha, entered dealer sells each bottle of pleasant, ,
cigarettes for urday. I in Starke Tuesday.George Lake Butler Friday. school here Tuesday I humleM "Dodson'i Liver Tone" under ,

j' from Mann was a visitor to Green I The Infant son of Mr. and !Mrs. Jesse Robert Groover, of Ziff, was here an ironclad, money-back guarantee that '
IOcts H .
will and
t 1 LONG BRIDGE Cove Springs Tuesday.Henry regulate the liver,. stomach .
Reynolds, who had been seriously Tuesday enroute to Waldo. bowels better than calomel without

L t' one bag of Burney was transacting business : ill for over two weeks died Sunday O. W. Dval was a business visitorto II sickening' or salivating you-18 million,
Long Bridge, Sept 111.-M..R. S. M. in Starke Wednesday bottles
Waldo I cold.
night at 9 o'clock. The! little body Tuesday. _
Johns was a visitor to Little Mrs. of I 1-
Ji Springs Joseph Altman Starke was
was laid to rest Monday afternoon at Messrs. Madison Albritton and Will
Saturday and Sunday the guest of relatives in Lawtey Wednesday
Sapp cemetery. We extend our deep- | Bohannan of Starke were' business ASPIRINName
Ruby Johns business
was a visitor i
est heartfelt sympathy to the grief-I vsiitors here Wednesday, representingthe
to Raiford Saturday and Sunday. James H. Lowery was a bUllint'Rsl Watkins-line.
stricken
parents. i
Belle Johns and son, Wesley were visitor to Starko Wednesday.Mrs. I I
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmondson of "Bayer" on Genuine
attending to businei sin Lake ButlerSaturday. J. W lon of Starke the
!!< was LAKE BUTLER Sampson, spent Thursday at the homeof

Guest Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. John j Mr. and Mrs. Alfred !McKinney\ ,

Dora Tison of Raiford passed Mann. j Lake Butler, Sept. 16.-Mrs. Onie j S. E Sparks, of Micanopy and o

through our burg: Friday enroute to Miss :Mamie Lomiholtz was a visi- Pons entertained a number of her j mother, of Mounteocha, were visiting

Lake Butler. tot to Starke Snturday. friends at her home on Lake street Mrs. Ray McKinney Tuesday after-

Ruby Johnson was a visitor to Lake J. T.and V. R. Reddish were business last Friday afternoon. Delicious refreshments -I noon.

I Butler Friday. visitors to Starke Wednesday. were served. Dr. Parks, of Hampton, was a business -

GENUINE Robert Johnson and Everett Tisonof L. D. Dorman of Jacksonville spent ': Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend and visitor here Monday.Mr. .

BULL'DURHAMWe Raiford were in this section Fri- Sunday with relatives near town. family returned from a visit to Orange ;, Rufus of Starke, is paintingthe : Q t

day.S.. Misses Carrie Belle and Elnora Springs last week. Christian church this week.

C. Crew. and son, Stafford were Bennett, of Jacksonville, are spending: |. The O. E. S. chapter met in regular :, Autumn Voungblood of Waldo wasa ,

+ We want you to have thebest Business visitors to Starke last week. a few days in Lawtey visiting! reintlves business session Tuesday afternoon. business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. .. Beware" Unless you see the wun

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodge: and daughter and friends i I II The following were those I j Bays on package: or on UhM you
paper for "BULL"So among : Smith, of Gainesville and the are not
now yes: con receive were visitors at the home of her I nrramore Rhoden of Jacksonville! who attended the services at Little I I Misses Halls\ of 'Waldo were visitors I by g ttiDltODula.physicians .for Aepirin twentyoneyears prescribed

with each package book mother, Mrs. Tison, of Raiford. spent Sunday at the home of his father Springs Sunday, Mrs. Sarah Doug here Wednesday afternoon.Dr. and proved safe by million. Take

of 24 lorvee ol t\1.l]JU.+- U. D. Johns, of Pine Hill, passed l near Lawtey.J. lass, Mrs. Ancil Cone, H Herndon Biggs of Starke, wax a business AspiriB for only: aa told in the Bayer pack8ff'

the very finest cigarette through! our section last week. S. Eunice returned home from and son, Hudson Misses Gladys and visitor here Tuesday and Wednesday. Oolcta, Earache, Headach, Toothache. Neuralgia lineumtMm and*-
In the world. Lumbago,
paper School here with Lakeland ThurKdll '. I '
opened Monday
) Adel Herndon Misses Angelica and for Pain Hardy tin bores: of twelve &jerTablet

; 0:,......,.b Itif.B Mary Humble, of Alabama, as Rev. E. I). Boyer filled his appoint- Pauline Faircloth, R. D. Faircloth, John' Thigpen! of Ziff was chopping of Aspirin cost few c 'nts. Drugf -

)' ,,7.v.N............ ... :ft:.., Tinripal. Thirty-one pupils were en- ment at the Baldwin Baptist churchSunday Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Douglass I here Thursday afternoon. M I into the also trade Mil!mark larger of Bayer Manufacture. Aspirin

-'- I rolled.) morning I I Ij Rev. J. D. Major and family return- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were bUI<- of MoniMceticacidrater of SaJ1Cllicaeid.



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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Ifi. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM!..SfAUKE. H.ORI1)\. PAGE IHItKE '

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News of Florida r and came near suffocating/ licfurv being -
in Short Paragraph ; I
rettcued. lie also l sustained injuries -
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H; I \ Live State New4 CAMELS

t : Putnam Ponsell)) and J. V, Martin Here'svhy are

I sentenced to death by Judge
\ .AA-------------------r..... were
I Told Our Campbell in court at Crest view aftera
by Exchanges.
I I jury had found them guilty of the the quality cigarette =1
J>
murder of John Tuggle, near ef'r- ,

land July 4th. Th* jury broughtin
on
W. F. Ballum of Pensacola |I Elbert Cokef was found guilty of
happen-I
the verdict after thirty minutes, do-
ed to,the misfortune in some wayto [ rape in the Hardee county court and
stumble end fall striking his chin on sentenced to ninety-nine years in liberation. Ponsell confessed to the we put the utmost quality into this
BECAUSE
and after the verdict
crime yesterday )
a trunk breaking his neck thereby. prison. Coker was tried and sentenced
Camels it's
today Martin broke down and admit- are as good as pos-
to life term before, but the su-
ted his connection with Tuggle'sdeath. la las
for skill and "of
sible
lifelong knowledge
Although August is about the dullest I reme court sustained an appeal on money
.
month of the year in Plant City the grounds that his trial had been > fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. j '

the postoffice made an increase of S3: precipitate. ':\\I
I I A bolt of lightning, during a stormat
per cent in postal receipts this Augustover Fort Mjers last week, affected industrial Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this 'W

the,same month of last year. Pointing a revolver at .... J. Small- motors in such a manner as : in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the J ".


With the arrival-of fake advertising wood Jacksonville, manager, four of the masked Whiddon men store.t 10, to bolt puzzle struck local a power electricians.line it disarranged When the- 6 best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done '

schemers worthless stock sellers, o'clock Saturday night secured about
for show.
a huge transformer in the rear of simply
book agent and the like, Floridians $225 from the cash register and made f
the Fort Mjers Press office. For awhile
are reminded of the early approach of their escape in a Hudson automobile no lights were available andcomplex Take the Camel package for instance. It's the

winter. stolen by them earlier in the night
machinery' not completely i science devise to
while it most perfect packing can pro-
was parked near the corner
a knocked out of commission, ran back- o
Five persons were injured three of Forsyth and Ocean streets. ward, a freak circumstance which the ee Bw'wHD tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper It't
probably fatally, when the automobile "
trouble men who responded to a hurry foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal
-secure
of Fire Chief Coleman speeding to a Winter Park will be the home of the call for repairs hltbt''n unable to

blaze at Miami, crashed into a car new republican daily paper! for Florida explain. the fold and make the package air-tight. Butthere's

containing three occupants Both according. to a statement by J. H. nothing flashy about it. You'll find no '

tars were wrecked. Wendler president of the Florida National

Just south of Green Cove Springsand : '
Publishing Company. Theyexpp..t extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. ,
within sight of the city, is a crop
Last week some bold thief stole a to purchase the plant and real .
of rice, fifteen hundred acres, which t
revolver and a holster from a Miami estate of the Winter Park Pout, a is pronounced by experts to be the Such things do not improve the smoke any more ,

Beach policeman. Later it became weekly, which is to be converted intoa I
finest they have ever Keen In part And Y+
any than remember-you e ,
premiums or coupons.
known that two riot
guns, a shotgun daily. A leased wire telegraph service of the count)'. In the southwestern

and a rifle had been stolen from the will be used. portion of the county, among the sand must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.If .
Miami police station.
hills and lakes there is developing a mildest
the smoothest mellowest
want ,
Robert Jordon 8 old of Tam you
years great pecan industry, many acres
C. D. Moses of Me.
Newport and
pa, was seriously wounded by a 38- have been planted to the nut trees and cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely free
St. Petersburg, Flu., was inxta.i'.lj: I*
calibre bullet fired from the tail lightof
they are making' a wonderful showing '
killed and two other persons seriously from cigaretty aftertaste, ,>> i is
an automobile. The tail! light of A peach and tomato industry r ,
injured when two automobiles
turned the machine had been unscrewed just is also being developed and the season IM
over while attempting to each It's Camels for
puss enough to break the circuit and turn just cloned !produced! remarkable you.
other on the highway between
Daytona out the light, and it is believed this results. >
and PC Land. I
j !permitted the current to explode! the *

bullet when some child slipped! it inside M. Stein, o\\'l--a: ;;; poultry furn\ I

Ordering him to keep his hands in the light.II at Ruena Vista, caught a thicker, ,

his pockets two unmasked white men hawk recently which he condemned to j

held up W. J. Jones, a real estate man Carlton, live stock dealer of death by "casting to the lion" Stem ',,
in Tampa and robbed him of a roll Jacksonville who gored vicious Camel Y
was by a has a wildcat in a cage' at his place

of bills containing: $540. The two bull at the Union Stock Yardson and) decided to put the hawk in the I

men then escaped In a new Ford auf August 26( is in a serious condition !- cage with the feline, believing that

tomobile.The at 1 the Riverside hOlll'italht'rp only a few feathers would he left to

'. he was rushed immediately after the tell the tale. The result was similar

i llJlOO-ton! Standard Oil tank accident Besides a mangled hand, !\fl''. to that when Daniel was cast into the

li'; er Byron II. Benson was launched on Carlton was cored over the heart by den of lions. The hawk and wildcat" .

'' Sept. 15th at the Oscar Daniels shipyard the maddened annual It was said) must! have been old acquaintance for R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Win.lon-SaUm. N. C, i

at Tampa. The T. J. Williams, !pleurisy! hns Bet In, and hm condition the cat paid little or no attention to

sister ship of the Benson will be delivered is regarded is critical. the hawk and the two occupy the cage

to the Standard Oil Company in perfect amity, with the hawk using -
' this week.A A negro named\ '\11 II ace was swimming (' the buck of the cat for u poich .

about in Spring lake near Orlando (continue to stay here until January1st lie sneaked away. Monday! morning' !Murray Thoma.,WBII a busmen visitor h

colored man nameu Ililson was Sunday evening, there being I Though he was instantly, killed. by or longer if necessary, and will he appeared uguin and !it!rs. Norman to Lake Butler Saturday afternoon ,,

killed Monday afternoon at Bithlo bya several other negroes' with him, whenWalla..e j I a bolt of lightning while in u boat (continue my activity against all 'who being provided wild 11 gun' in the meantime i.e .

falling tree. A railroad gang: was attempted to swim across the near Long bayou near St. Petersburg, are violating the liquor law Everyman fired at him twice und ho fled. I H. S Miller wan u business: visitorto

clearing out a piece of woods to laya lake, and\ for a while made good) progress I not a mark of any kind was left on who has a moonshine still had Men, hearing the shots, tun to the )Dukes !Monday

track and a tall tree had been cut but wan seen to go down and the body of Lawientc McQuurrie( 14- better carry it away and bury it because house, HIIW the negro and fired\ at Duiizil Tlionum visited hi* sister, ,.

J down, and as it fell it struck tree after failed to come up! The other negroes I yenr-old son of !Mr. and Mrs. W. U I I'm going to get it" him but he disappeared in tho woodn. Mrs W M. 'Ihomas or New River! '

tree, the lust one falling on the were too frightened, to give aid, and McQuarnc., ,living in the Jungle. Dr. He came to the house* again Monday Sunday. r

1 man breaking his neck. up to this time the body has not been Green who was called to make an ef- The numbers of those who believeuniill night but got away In fore Mr! Norman Miss Muhel Brow entertained u

recovered.A fort to revive* the boy was ununblc to boys possess charmed' liven wereswelled could get to him. Men are looking I number of her friends! with B !pound l

I A wedding that was a complete surprise find any burn, and there was not a at Orlando 1 thin week when it for U,., negro but with the large night. VBriou'
purly Friday game vwere
of all
?.. to most of the people of Crystal and meeting of strawberry South Florida growers bone broken, The boy's hat was was discovered thnt the many youngsters rune field\ to hide. In they may not be, enjojed, lifter which the guests

v Springs was that of MISH Verda Mae formulate shippers for to knocked off and was not recovered, who make u swimming hole of ably' to get him without dogs. were invited into the dining\ room and

Johnson and Henry M. Douglass The plans insuring; an equal and it is believed the bolt hit him on Dot Lake, were using' transformer ndreshrnentns served. ..j.'
distribution of the )
bride is probably the youngest so far the berry crop will and beheld the head and perhaps burned the hat platforms. of the Orlando Water and DOIiSON Mr. and Mrs. W. W Thomas, of La- I' ,4
thereby keep prices
married in that community being just up but left no mark on the youth's head Light Company us places, to dive from Cro.He'llIll.d the former' sister, .f
in Plnrit City on Sept. 28th, the
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13 years of age. day following that set for the strawberry r Tho transformers lire placed' on plat- ))ol>HolI, Sept." 10.-M. H. Humt was !Mrs. I. H; Thomas, Sunday I., '
1 For Home time past the garret of forma built upon piles! In the luke so .
business visitor
to Lake Butler
rate hearing; in Tampa before a I u on Mr and Mrs I D, L. Clyatt visited ft
e George C. Cobb, of Gainesville, who the St. Augustine powtofllce buildinghas i that persons might not get near them.
representative of the Interstate! com- I Saturday Bland Sunday. t .
relatives ut
was found early Tuesday shot thru been infested with thousands of' The transformer curry 2,'IOO volts of l
the chest and head died Wednesday merce commission. The meeting was bats and Postmaster Hopkins secured electricity and one official of the* Jesse W. Vimrig was a guest Sun J. L. Drown made a business trip

morning, remaining conscious to the called by Secretary Anderson of the permission from Washington authorities company declared "it Is only power thru day of his mother Mr*. C. F.. Vining. to Gainesville( Monday l

end. Recent financial Plant City Growers Association P. J. Corran and family were guests Mis Mildred Roberta, of Lake Butler /
I reverses are to use such methods and the grace of God that those boys are f
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hurst. the week-end with Miss
believed to be the of the despondency spent )
cause means as necessary to rid the government living today. Officials are wonderinghow :
I' which is thought to have I There are sixty-eight towns, villages building of the pests C. Kolhn the boys escaped, for climbingupon Johnnie Hearst and Clarence! Dobbs Johnnie Itimes. I't,t

led Mr. Cobb to'take his life. and additions to towns and villages undertook the were visitor to Ilaiford and the state Quite u number of the young folks s'\
contract and he la nosucceeding "';' the platforms from the water
a in Hardee county. These six farm Sautrday.Mr. from hero attended, the, party at Providence --r ,
In scattering the bats by I the platforms became soaked andformed
To safe habitat for the ty-eight maps have been drawn from of smoke and Mrs. I], A. Shaw were the Saturday night. ,
provide a means barrages: Thosewhich a perfect conductor for the J't
rare and beautiful roseate spoonbill the original plat book of DeSoto county have not been smothered have current from the transformers. to the Sunday guests of Mf and Mrs M. II. C P. Odom, of Branford i III visiting ..:,
and bound In a neat book for liar- Hurst relative In this auction. '
Tarpon Key and othcr.small keys near made their escape from the buildingand water in the lake rt.
the junction of Tampa and Boca Ceiga dee county by the Wauchula Abstract all openings to the garret will be ', W. M. I U. Hurst spent Saturday Mr. und Mrs. W. O. Itrooks, of I .,.;

bays, have been added to the Indian office, and it is a beautiful as well as closed up to prevent the return of the The unusual night with his sister at Manning Providence! visited !In thin community.
useful of work. The are spectacle of an automobile Mrs. Johnnie 0. )Dobbs" C. J. Shaw
key reservation for birds by executive piece maps bats to their former haunts. flames and Sunday ,
order of drawn without a blur mounted on in damning thru and G. W. Milton made n' pleasure trip T. II. Hirnen made u business trip
President Harding. s
cloth and substantially bound. Charles the city streets caused( (considerable to the state farm Saturday riiyht. to GuiniHvilln lust week 1 y
I Bishop, salesman for Knight excitement in the business section of
Charged with""killg: Joseph Lang &. Wall Co., of Tampa, drove into Mr. and Mrs. Muritliiill Dobbs were I
who Concrete heretofore has been regarded St. Augustine The cur was balled guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and A New York broker t)('J) yeurs old, IofI -t:t10
negro farmer of Dinsmore, was I.ake Wales.aying he had been struck
match for everything but on Granada street and the flames! extinguished ( points his grunt to that "'
as a Mrs, M. II Hurst. ago prove
of August
shot to death on the right by lightning, below Frostproof last
,
steel tools and high .explosives but it by the fire department .. Judson Hurst and brother, Johnnie, uting too much I Is just u* bad as ...JI
William
I
28, John Higginbotham and night. His left side was paralyzed I .
arrested has been discovered that the stone thus saving the more) valuable! portions were guests of their aunt, Mrs S. K. drinking too much Ho ought to be .IJIII
Higginbotham, brothers were and has been his I
growing worse, con-
of the machine. The)
crab, common to Florida waters digs cur, a Shaw, of !lIuk..rU'lty Saturday rUo.
by the county authorities and lodged into and crush it as no much chalk dition being; serious although it is expected Dodge was owned and driven by II, morning .a$:".
in cells in the county jail. he will live. He
separate The tool the crab uses is his casehardened was in his II Koepke. It appears that the fire J. K: Andrews made a trip to M. II. I We hope, however, that Washington/

daws the claws regarded so car at the time as near as can In- originated in a peculiar manner Mr. Hurst SundayWe conference' will not proviJu for Inter ?

BACK BAD TODAY? highly as a table delicacy after a heavy learned from his brief account of the Koepke reports that the machine was are sorry to report. Mr. C. K. national degassing.! That would put pAu
accident. He has been in too
hammer has been brought into gr..atpain hit at the rear by a. street car on King' Vining on the sick lint thiN week. I our dear congress out of business. #'

play to crush them to permit extraction since to amplify the account. He street, the Impact splitting the gasoline -, Mills Mae Johnson was the guestof I ,
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I: of f the flesh. stopped last night at Froatproof, being tank. The escaping fluid became M. H Hurst Monday afternoon I Money no longer make the mare .1
: Backache kidney-ache towed there by others and according from It instead.. .
I/ U u-ually Ignited probably a spark from go. buys gas $!

and makes you dull nervous and The first wiretapper to reach Plant to his story, came on alone, feel- the trolley car and )before the ma- MILLER

tired' Use Doans Kidney Pills tor the crooks promised this ing much better. When be reached chine could be gotten under way the i I Some women have it perfuct) right
City
6 among
I weak kidnrje-the remedy recommended I II state for this fall and winter was a here the pain was intense and he wentto trail of the burning gasoline caught Miller Sept. 10.-11, G. Crawford |I to lead their own live. They do the J

I by your friends and nelgabors loudly-dressed negro who wanted to hm cousin's horn and a physician- the body of the car and It was soon a l is on the sick list this week financing

't Ask your neighbor! dispose of fifteen cases of good old called. mass of flame. Miss Pearl Brown 1 is visiting friend I
f Mrs A. C. Fling Starke, sari
: No, the war did not make the world
In south Florida thin week.A .
I Dakota sometime stock bottled in bond goods, at a sac- -
When living In North Deputy Sheriff J. R. Payne of safe Too of
confederateout Mrs. Norman half mile goodly, number of. the people of for democracy. many
ago, I wan ailing with my back rifice. in order to help a living II
Hastings, was was seized Tuesday them .
sad kldne>'*. As I knew a great of trouble. This was not a very south of San Antonio, hall had an unpleasant thi community attended church at I are out of Job
who bad the fact night of last week by a number of the week. Little Springs Saturday and Sunday. ,
many people In that country feasible story considering experience past I y
'vied Djnnv Kidney Pills with excellent that nobody saw the whisky, but this men, carried Into the country, whip- She i Is at home with her children during Albert Miller entered the Oxford A '..QN IC

results, I began taking teem. "smart negro" made a sudden departure ped and told to leave, has sworn out the day while her husband Is ,, University at Oxford Ga., Monday.J. drove'. T telc.* chill Tonic lestonw

:My kidneys gave; ae no little small of back hurt charge with having committed the
ins tress and the my back ,, to the good: and to the regret of aw a negro asleep In the buggy in to Jacksonville Monday.O. : Enriching; the Blood. When you ml its
Often my and has given out the following
constantly ,
disorder at least four business men, it is said. crime the shed but the incident was forgot L. Mizelle, of Worthington was .ir nKih twinged. My kidneys were statement "I last
ed too until I took this remedy : was whipped ten. Friday noon when she called the here on business Friday. it linings color to the thanks and liow

Dan's'soon; put an end to this trou Geo. Myers, a baker, of Jacksonville Tuesday evening; by moonshiners and 'children to dinner the negro crawled Carl Brown and Fur IB 1'oeples have It Improves the apiwtlM. you vim) ttittu V
dealers and notified
ble and I have had no recurrence of is rapidly recovering from injuries liquor to vacatethe lout from under the house, went Inside entered the University of Florida. appreciate its true tonic value

if* sustained last Wednesday night whenan state of Florida by sundown Wednesday and ate up all the/ dinner. Saturday Their many friends wish them success (;rove'. Tumeltmn chill Tonic IB dimply

Price 60c. at all dealer Don't ejevator loaded with 700 pounds of night. I am still here and will i Mr. Norman took the precaution Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup Su

Imply ask for a kidney; remedy-get dough fell at the place of the New to go home at noon' and the negro Miss Klsm: Stokes, of St. Augustineis pleasant even children like U The blood, 4
Doau's Kidney 'I1IM-th. same that Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Dy neods QUININE! to Purify It and IRON tIJ 7
750 Park I out of visiting homt'folks.II. .
kept he
Right Sunday
Company, (
York Baking appeared and ,
Mrs Fling had roster-.VUlburn' Co., DruWlnU rotund motwy If PA20ON1"ENT! fitoiurt nrlch: It. Destroys Malarial germs )
street. Myers was riding the elevator liUiln,Blind Tl'mllna I or I'KKr.j'liuil i'i uInitiiiitjy : again( about two o'clock in the C. Poeple made a business tripto Gdp germ by Its 5trunJthc-nlii( (!. Invlgur.r.fTect -
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