Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 30, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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COMMISSIONERSMEET Flesh in Sandwiches ( Pt A r t stsl4 bountiful Dinner Served by \\', T, ,.
Week Chapter U. U. C,
I Herman Grossman, of Berlin Germany - I CLAY COUNTIES ;

TUESDAY J has confessed to slaying! newel;y 1aday' September 27', J. J. )DicU-

I i 20 persons mostly girls and youni" i* ' +ii+ .... at the court 'huuse in .
women, cutting up their b iodesan,d SUike, j
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INM'KCTORE: AND CLERKS FOR wu( i' fv If remarkable for good attenSunco
women, cutting up their bodies an,,,I .. .. -
selling their flesh 0lIn'
In sandwiches. Admitting )I. ., .
WERE APPOINTED v< l unusually pleasant tinge AROUND': ; BAMjUI.-r BOA lih
his cannibalistic tendencies'. \\.w u.veting was called to order by AT LONG BRANCH 4/ .
I Grossman said the sight: of bloo.
The new board of county commissioners acted on him the name us liquors nm" liter the minutes of the last meeting A delegation! I of Starkn

of Bradford county met purr I drugs act on other men. ad been teed aj 4'Jlpro\'d. the roll I I men and farmers business 1

suant to call Tuesday, Sept. 27th, and Grossman's crimes extend over r i' law called and tho following were I Ktatke Chamber of representing Commerce the

all members present as follows: J. period of many years He lived in u j. jund ohn Croft to be )>rcHentW.. T. Weeks). I guests Tuesday evening of the Green were E1
M. Brownlee] II.- P. J. filthy 11. J. Byrd, J. 1. Dulume, love Springs
Gajney, W. Andrews shanty, where he enticed hii Ji'. Morgan 'L. : Business Men's Club. 4The -'
Jr., Louis H. Hill and James young victims and various forms ol t 1r 1I r 5trrles. S. S.,1'itKlor W. Kickliter J. Henry I hospitable. hosts and their truest '
met ;
Reynolds. abuse and torture, he killed them nni:!I I \\'. I'mholster, W. N. Fowler Dowlmir J. T. town founded Long B..a/wh. the thriving t

t Upon -motion J. M. Brownlee was prepared their flesh into sausage oas r ,, .on..s. !1. K. Bryan, J. ti. Florrid. D. and Industries by the Florida Parma" ... t

elected chairman. fillers for sandwiches, which ht! D. Thomas, A. J, McKinney, K.: S. miles west of Green Company Core,, about ten

The board met for the purpose of peddled as "veal" about the railway: MILITARY\ FUNERAL OF PVT. WILLIE JONES ull'ke Uiesser. Gen. N. T IHiU-h. being in After a delightful 1 drive through Springs: the 1! "I

appointing inspectors and clerks to stations of Berlin J"Uc.'sL: was an Invited and huuorvd, splendid development that is Mng .*,
hold a bond election on the 18lh day I Incited Friends to Feast... I carried on by this company t'IUOUH 1, ..

of October; A. D. 1921, pursuant to Grollsman'..m woa.. __ m.lisn..+.. ....+. ....-t........._, .. .. IMMENSE CROWD CAME TO PAY HONOR TO ONE OF AMERICA'S After lh. routine !business of the seven course dinner was... served {,\
a special act of the legislature] ol cently, to a party of friends, serving DEFENDERS meeting was completed) II romtlution to .the party at the LongBranch hOe 'Ntel.
1921, entitled: them meat which he said was veal. 1 It unanimously passed, thanklnir ;
'ur nenator, JJon. D. K.: Knight! if(1n. J. Slater:; Smith k :
"A bill to be entitled: An act authorizing has now been definitely] determinedthat I. Rack from a fort-Ism land l to his Into the grave, ]Rev Hulloii conducted our rcprexenlntixefi. Him. R 1lf'.I"'d and' ) I . .. !..>:.,,,.. "In..*_!_., .h......"..-.... II. H. .[,nll of,mIlMt'r.Greenx\

and empowering Bradford it was human flesh which the home, the government: hrou" I.t the the last s lemn) rites Then lie mriad I and. lion C. II. Register; : for their; re-: / He extended 11 most cordial welcome
county Florida the cannibal served out to his friends.Authorities remains of Bard! shown the old! : to the Starke:
(as same exists Private Williv J. Jo! esono of nine guardsmen: who hll.t "l'l'n lined . Confederate Mol, delegation and was re-
after the creation of Union county) to and physicians of Berlin of the "'orld'nr sMiliei-4 <:;h" up! for the purpoKe( fired, three salvos dicta at the last vussiun of the logislalure. 'Kpmided to by Senator It. I I':. Knight '
issue bonds for the purpose of building I stamp Grossman the most degenerateand made the supreme sacrifice In France. a s a salute of honor A. I.:. Wall I on behalf of Starke. Col. C L. IWk, r '
and hard-surfacing certain roads appalling! criminal] In the history The casket reached here Saturday ( then stepped up to the 1\'1'0anti blew The :following comrades" W't.oIIOS.. III his happiest vein responded. to the
of morning and was eHcortttd by "tat s" his en delegates to the taunt "thi.. Mutual Interests
and grading and improving other Germany. mem > on login This was the i Confederate, roan of Clav
roads in the said and He told the police] that he never hers of the local military company to lust ceremony over the remains of t: Ion to take) place in Chattanooga (Lip- and Bradford Counties." and Mr. G.
county to M.
; pro. I the ulld..rtakll1I'urlor/: of ]DeWitt C. 'tie. who lober 24-27:! :! : "'. T. hereon added! now laurels
vide for a board of bond I long! meditated the killing of any victim was honored and beloved ball Y \\Veks. S. I., Mor- to his
trustees and Jones, and a guard of honor Ban, s. h. wiratli in speaking
Proctor to
but remained'! nnd f'w''K were dry. The gray D. 1). Thomas. The "the Valuo of
to invest the said trustees with certain that looking upon some woman -, with the body until the funeral took was then filled! up nnd the mound covered following were chosen delegates toI Horldn lands," the salient thought ;II

powers and dudes, and to provide or girl! he suddenly was overcome j place Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock with the ninny beautiful floral I the divisional reunion, to hu held i in Mng\ that our lands have n value boVond .
for the""use with blood lust just as at times''' from the First Baptist church Macon computation because i
and control of th" which rifts anti the procession' returned to,' some time during November! tho opporJ ' -
general] road and other funds rolle t. he had been frantic with desire for I had been decorated with flags and Starke.Private. 1)). J. Byrd J. I. DuboMc: ;' alternates, J unity is offered to men t,, com, to
liquors. His father incurable i growing! ferns .Sf t>'. Morgan John Morlda" and purchase ,
qd in the said county for road was an Jones Croft. property on
purposes was n member f
," sad the following/ inspectors and alcoholic and his mother was a victim I| ]Kev. J, J. llullen, of the Baptist Battery B., 7th Fiel/I" AtlilleryFirst/ _u W. T. Weeks Clllt'tl'r! U. II. C., hilt I such fnvonibl, ,". terms that lie has... an
cleivlsv.w] appointed for the severalprecinets of a malignant blood cliiease. One church conducted the impressive Her- Division, American Expeditionary: I tastefully decorated! the western end opportunity' here not offered else 5
I vice, rending; the 9111t Psalm and of the largo I where on earth to establish
_ns. fallows of his brothers is in jail and another re- Fort-en. lie was born near Clarke) courtroom, und placed till' a bongo
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lections from First lOllhJIPIl,! easily
Corinthians 15tht April f ]8t8! and received I there. "'fI'n the session' acquired lands In the
No. 1 died in insane hid .dticulion ,
I Lawtey- asylum. Grossman I t ,
R. A.
Blanchard chapter. Rov. M, I.. Smith, of the in the of !the camp was finished' these I ,paying fr themselves from
J. G. Godwin, Jesse h:+fish served 14 years in a penitentnry for !Methodist church made Bradford Hlnh 8/ hoot, were found tables I h'lr| abiindiint yield
inspectors a feeltn" which groaning\ under flf
; ho loads money
entered in 1IO!' | and dontinued of crops,
; G. II. Pearce, Clerk: an attack on a little girl. I prayer and the choir sang "Only until 1015. choice and tempting) lands, to which I ]Many Impromptu spooches were tY I

No. 2, Starke (north-T. P. Tt'-n. Mrs. Itzig!! who liveed in the same Waiting"!: and "Abide With Me." ",'1 va tt. Jones joined the nr-gular l[it I tho comrades a'dl1'III1, >t'rs of their 'made, "breathing. the spirit of road- (+

J. A. Howe M. F. Brown, Inspectors; dreary tenementt which housed the I Those composing the choir were Mrs. :I army" in September, 11116( 1! families were invited The, dalnly eatables ness' for hearty, co-operation between.
T. N. Kendrick clerk. CB''bal\ has been arrested, charged/: A. M. ]Darby, Miss Elizabeth, Prew n- Kent to the Mexican horrfer.' ai/l After was and the importunities of tIt I n tin. citizens of the two( counties.' ( ... h"

No. 3, Starke (south)-A. W. Anderson with ncc.t,1r| (! money from Grossman ,' lee, Mrs. E. K. ferryman Miss Hilda the Unite l States declijTed war on ladies. to "pleaso takesomu more," Among the speakers from KUrke
Arch H. Johns, D. C. Jones to conceal. ] h". knowledK> of his mur 'I Struth J. F. Kickliter nnd John Powell. I' Germany he was sent to 'ranceland. caused 1 full Justice to bo do nto tho Johns were Messrs. A. S. (Crews K.I M.
ders. !Mrs. n. C. Jones organist and l.I l. spread This and,IW. Yarborough.: .
considerate In II,.
ing there ,
about action <
(inspectors: J. L. Peek.. clerk. CR. .. July/l\ HI! ) 7. He of .
I 1t.ttfh r; ..r n"lIn ..1I -. the ladies/ cussing tho desitability ,)
No. 4, Graham-II. D. Wasdin, W. i I i livered un -eloquent; ;; ; 'patriotic: ; '' andcomforting fought darkest bravely when/the war cloud 1 ..........1. .. .I.ft..c... ,..Mn..wax_ ,_....highly. '- II appreciated.\ i iHIH'f (>f t'flllIf..lIn!.!> A.IIrlcn. .in?,,,,1 itupor 11.,...... ',.
T. Mover Chesley Fogg, inspectors; FATAL ACClOEN'lThe ,0 C"HIf.U, J' sermon. '! was, and other near places Tout" on Arras the Cantitrny western . and happy) ) they KUCHI.were* tint rune tardy, refreshed in extending I Cow Springs! wild i 1'I hard-surfaced;' ; '; : :;:;;:

.Frank Abernathy clerk. This young volunteer's casket was battle 'front.llle a Vole of thanks to their fair rand It!r. thorough called forth t
'little fatally
No. E, Hampton-Jesse Alexander] Mr. and Mrs.6-year Horace old daughter Norman of of'I,lumTa.;; "I"! .." yaRe United States flag, wounded in actiop.find died near Can. hostesses j. that IIP. applause when hn. asserted.
Vernon Jones, II. II. Hall Inspectors ''lcaut'11'' S. J'. / would unto for bonds lo hardmi '
; flow. til France MORGAN
Jacksonville met with a fatal accl- [I ers was a '?rune many.. \\'nYt Way i II.) 1M8! !, and wo. if -
A. M. Williams, clerk.] dent Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman j which was lI\l-aw..oI.' sago.ara pll I m, to I buried In the AAiericnn Military Cemrtery Adjutant.BIRTH 'because netevery he believed, .cow the trail in Florida,
No. 6, Thereesa-D. W. Moore, H. formerly lived west of Lawtey and} the following\ Wcripfrov" K"riniV at Bony/llers, France..Gen. --- --. such rondo would investment I In ln

D. May C. A. Youngblood: inspectors; have many friends and relatives in | Atlanta Ga.-\ovl-I: j'mr..tltv? : t,II ''he IVrtibinnr and. those who knew' OF UNION COUNTY / I Iho long run Messrs.prove Minium a winner, }Dowling In t

R. C. Heibergcr, clerk. this section who will be grieved to i from Veterans Fo.sign Wars Unni; rt ytra t HivlMon were conHdent that Wilson and others, of Green i
.pul" b" Big :
New G. Andrew learn of their misfortune and Southern War Mother I used 10 prove to dill. Celeliration( 'loinorruw al I Lake mad t
No.7. River- W. sympa- ; Service Stftt | 'rera'.sd ner.ors, ",,_. a fine xpearhel" >, +. Mr. Minium
D. W. Kelly, M. J. Sapp inspectors; thize with them in their bereavement Legion; American Legion; "'olnan'sl; 'nl..titwA not i", vain,. tn.bmr" Butler drove home Ihr- point that mi section

S. M. Crews clerk. Tuesday's Times-Union gives the Auxiliary to American Legion; Dis- '; tK& FW Ihvlsion-was ":' ",..; ;, ':; I depending wholly on Its tmtural re

No. 8, Brooker-L. A. Brown J. following! particulars: I I ahled Veterans of the World War; tnk. rant>t'nj. This they ftucce.Rnr. ; I...... W\hll.\ ,I..Union, cmmty has ready sources ever amounted to anything/ '
V. Edwards A. B. Surrency inspectors Melvaree] Norman, 6-year-old daughter Spanish-American Veterans! ; ly acV,.mplihh, May 2H, '1918, but waa ', '.."" haby, its .ml'illl hirth. I that it takes the ciieigy 11I111' brains rf
of Horace Norman of Kings road !I United Confederate Veterans of Fulton i lhe (glory and \\loy of that day Willie her lBt, al. 'L-t.!:.h.c..". tnuarrow I and co-opi-nilion/ of men ro build/
I ; J. L. Shriver clerk. was Instantly killed near her home at I County; Sons of American Revolution. Joni-M did net W to see, as on May (,festivities and thuelean V';tWith po.-t I towns arid 1 dewlup .agricultural 4 e

Upon motion II. P. Gainey was appointed I'about 8 o'clock yesterday morning! ). '' JMh, "his spirit Was called to march .I joyablo time should take In Ti ire:,....,.1.1I t.1..".., Mr. Wil""n. "id" quite seer Iho r

as a committee of one to con- when she was struck by an automo The capacious. church was filled to f I under a new comWnd, In hero heavens While ,there will bo speeches and. music i::-: "f.'ning( hill thpm" tiring L
vey county grader and convict cage bile and dragged some distance. overflowing.! Nearly every member I: wrapped In i mortal air." the material man will not be forgotten of ltin;,wr\\\tN Inn..t..rly handling
to Brooker. The automobile is said to have been of Company G was present and there J i i Private Jones binged/ to the First !: for those present will have and I again. M'-w. (

No further business, board adjourned driven by Ralph Higginbotham, of were also ex-service men and the city 1 Division, whose ru pining\ men are the pleasure of partaking of the most thing of the planTTorAi;
to meet on the first Monday In Oc- Dinsmore, whose sister, Susie Higgin and county ofllcials. :.proud of the honor\fJieinK first to sumptuous barbecue ever seen In this Farms and Industries CompanyTVf.-X;

tqber, 1921. botham, was with him at the time. The six privates chosen us pall reach France, first ty Serve in the section. To make It sure to "go- spoke particularly of the building .,;;;i.... t
G. W. ALDERMAN So far as is known, few people saw bearers were: Allen\ Johns Truby I I trenches, first to fire a )ostile shell around" no less than 13 fat beeves, their railroad to the east side of r
the accident which occurred near a Newmans, Joseph Conway Henry H.Griffls first to lose a man; first "y 1> capture n 10 hogs! 9 kids 1 sheep, 14 bushels l Klngsley lake, where they will build ,,
Clerk and Auditor.W. store operated by John Peterson on LeRoy Harris[ Ned C. Cole prisoner, first to repel, a Q-rmnn} raid, potatoes, and 1 barrel pickles haveI''n a hotel. He made It clear that the ,
Kings road. It was said the child was man. first. to man an indepena-nt sector pledged and then there will bn company is building: this road for the "
C. T. U. OF LAWTEY HOLD dragged about 60 feet after being: The procession that accompanied I first to capture and hold 4 town and a ]lot. of goodies brought in baskets development/ of their lands and that 1.

MEETINGThe struck. The little girl's head was horribly the remains of the young hero was i| -laHt to return to land. coffee, lemonade, etc. they were directly Interested in constructing .
crushed.. them We hope that the of "Union"is \ it only so fur west as their "'
the longest ever seen<< in this section, j I Wil/ie/, J. Jones was of Jef- lands at
W. C. T. U. and !Mothers Club Deputy Sheriffs Bob Shacklefordand as it reached the length of three-quar-i I ferson and Vane Jones, who diedwhen elastic enough to mean that though t that extend, but expressed tho hope e t
held their L. M. Dyal hastened to the scene J-.e small other legally separated from Bradford, the. Starke people' would consider theenterprise ( r'j
of Lawtey meetings jointly ters of a mile. With the usual generosity was a very jboy; of .
of the accident and placed the youthful I I new county will pull in tile name harness Mufllclent importance tocooperate %
Thursday, making the meeting/ a veryinteresting of car owners all who could near relatives who are now living oreI !
Mrs. driver of the automobile under ar find place in their vehicles were invited I his sister, Mrs. Rcba 'McMillan; with us in all matters pertaining\ with the company In t"X. j
one. Terry as superIntendent [ t"'llilnth" road to Stllrk .
grandmother I Mrs. LizzltV+ HollinKS- to Improvements for thin section. We (
and to ride to cemetery. A smart
of the Mothers Club rest.The The Florida .
Farms and Industries
youth said he was only driving shower had fallen\ shortly before, j aunts Mrs. Will M. Bryan have the same conditions and the
!Mrs .Dinkins of the W. Mire Company Is. engaged in of the
as president at a rate of "about five miles" an hour which made the journey more pleasant Silas Kite and Mrs. Theodore same interests one
C. T. U., are worthy officers and are when the child was struck.A and the dust ]ellll. Tison; two uncles, Newn and The Telegraph joins the rest of the most promiMin'Vt.luJllne'lIt schemes
working hard for the success of the coroner's jury was summoned and After the casket had been lowered 1 Dave J oneil. citizens of Bradford county in wish that has ever been undertaken IIny.wh're k
organization.The an inquest will be held before Justiceof lair Drocress! and harmony for Union; In this country. Their plan
last meeting was held in the the Peace J. S. Geiger at 2 o'clock -- county have been well thought out and under
afternoon and Friday afternoon.The NEW PUPILS IN II. II. S. NEW BUILDING HTAHTKD: (thl masterly management of Mr.
school house
Friday body was prepared for burial I'RESIIYTERIANSchedule : howling tho plans. are being carried'
many Interesting subjects were discussed the bereaved S. Crews'new out <>n a scale that excites the admiration
and accompanied by parents There are a number of pupils enrolled The erection of Col.! A.
such as law enforcement, education forwarded to Tuesday location of all visitors to N>ng !Branch. A
was Lawtey \ in the Bradford High School 'bungalow lias begun.! The for Oct. 2nd:
and child welfare. where funeral and interment will who were not in attendance last year, js in the southwest corner of Sabbath school at 10 a. m. town site of model'ate size has bean

The W. C. T. U. voted not to give take place. The arrangements were and their names are as follows: Wal1111t ,and Jackson streets, on theBite Sermons by the pastor at 11 a. m, ilatted[ adjacent to the railway sfa-
up their work In Lawtey but to carryon in charge: of Funeral Director WilliamC. I Tom Morris, Abner Gordon, Myrtle of la former cottage. The new ,' and 7:30:: p. m. Linn and lying around thin site as far !e
a stronger campaign than ever Cooper Jr. I Coleman N. G. Hayes, Russell Daniel ( buiT4/1Jf/ { will contain six rooms arid Prayer meeting Wedno day at 7:30p. : as thu, eye can see small farms divided +

.A"UWIII.__..,._)_,; .,,.,.._... .,,.,."_ ....v..__'.-. ._..,. 4t...... 'v.. r. John Tarruella\ licKs Flannagan] f'alh, IjThe convenience(.('* that plumbers m. by avenues of ample width have
. T. U. is not over in this part of the HE "NOSE" HOW IT FEELS Maxine Klosterman, Louise. Tarruel arid electricians can supply. It will Notice the change in time for the bran' cleared! arid are being put into
la, John Morris, Roy Tallman Marie be substantially built under the able evening services.! cultivation. Before these are offered
The Mothers Club is doing/ work milt on them, and when the new w-t- ,
ell Wewantu.
traveling along the dusty roads. lie Tarruella, Rosa I'revatt, Lois I're-j \
which. counts and helps the mothers overtook an elderly] pedestrian and invited vatt, Frances Prevatt, Annie DAVID LANDER. 'I tier arrives on the scene he will have
and children of the town. him to ride. The man said he Eliza Coleman, Lnysulle Turner, Mel. I nc.NIHNG'1AW) NEXT WEEK nothing to do but set up houxe-keepIng -

The first Friday in November is set had never traveled] in an auto car before vin Wainwright Veverly Cady, Mildred I METHODIST and begin: tilling lands that have
aside in the school as Mothers Day. : but the day was hot and he was Louis, Colson Morris, Charley I t I tfext week the :Telegraph will publish already been cleared, seasoned and

The W. C. T. U. and Mothers Club tired and would take the risk. lie Dees<< Carrie Howe Palmer Williams, ,i,., the law providing for an election] Sunday school, 10 a. m., L. A. Davl ready. for him. Under such circumstances
voted to unite with the school] on that said he was from Etoniah Scrub and A. E. Wall, Jr., Billy Harris*. Thomas', for'road bond, It l is one of the fairest superintendent. there Is no reason why set.tiers
to Baker to his Arthur Scott S. It. Johns I thla Special children's service at 11 a. brought in by the Florida Farms
and have of speaking I was going county see Cason Jr., 1;I, and best laws ever passed on
day a program ] to wife's relations. Mary Brownlee] Curtis Newmans, '' subject and w' ask that the citizens m. A sermon for the children by the' and Industries Company should notmeet
be glad
and all
singing that The passenger held fast to the heavy Morgan Varnes, Charles McMillan !f j, of the county give: it a Careful read. pastor. with success from the very
hear. truck like grim death, as it lurched Marguerite Prevatt, Nellie Edwards 'I Ing. The election for the bond issue .. Epworth League, 7 p. m., Miss Hilda start. S
The principal and teachers of the along on the uneven road. Suddenly Mary Brown Stanley Bennett, Freeman will be held on Tuesday, October 18th. Struth, president. It Is the purpose of tho company,
Lawtey school will help to make this he grabbed Mr. Si trunk with "Wilson Hazel] Horosby, Minnie On that day the citizens of the coun Preaching at 8 o'clock; subject as explained by Mr. howling, to tell
day a rally day for the town of Law his left hand, while he grabbed his Starling) Eldredge Robinson, James ty will determine whether we shall "(1..<1'11 Mercies and a Living Sacrl every buyer just what his lands. are f.
tey. own nose with his right hand. He Hollingsworth.Look take our place in the great march of fice." best adapted to, and to try In every
was asked what he held his nose for. > progress or remain Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. way to see that no one fails\ of success.
Marianna "I allow I want to blow it as soon at your name and address To provide a ready market for 4+
Deputy Bai den was m.We been here four months the farm, and garden products, the
the first of the week to deliver to the as you slack up was the answer. printed on your copy of the Tele once, and you will miss no copies have
School of that city Mr. Sistrunk stopped the truck' and graph. If after your name, "Iort21" By paying; for a whole] year Instead of now and we have not seen your face company has induced a large St.
Florida Industrial Balsden trav. the passenger stepped out. As soon appears, it means that your irurmcriptlon for a shorter period, you will save us In the church. It will do us good to Louis canning company to establish.
Thomas Gill. As. Mr.counties on his as his nasal troubles had been relieved expires October 1, 1921, and that much trouble.] line you even if we cannot do you good l a canning plant In the town of LongBranch.

tied through different carefully the condition he thanked for the ride, but "al this ropy Is the ]last paid for. An our --- -- - Would you like to make us feel good? Work on this plant is nowalmost
Journey he noted nothingto lowed' 'he would resume his walk, as subscription terms are %Z per year, The community sing will be held at Well, you can. completed and it l Is expectedto
i of the with crops Bradford, but saw county In it was less tiresome and he now knew I strictly in advance If you wish to the park Sunday afternoon at four M. r,. SMITH, have It ready for cnnnlng 100,000 I how it felt to ride, anyway."T continue (rettingthe Telegraph, renew o'clock. Pastor. (Continued on Page

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-------.,------:.-,d.rr_ -;; days last week. er of Bradford school, was in town 'Tis said the Yankee doughboys There's a reason for the feeling.It's .

.. tut-: and Cheili( 8'III"10 braes number of our people attended Saturday. Are loath to leave the-Rhine; a word that rhymes with wine ,
f Ihot'II'marrlnge. Quite a
herself In soul! mid I l>>od>-"but. .
'f 1'1Ir\ )' again; I" j| church'-at: MaxviUe Wednesday John Pinholster left; last Wednesday -
She !gave Allx n .long. kiss In porting night when*Rev. Boyer 'of Lawtey, for Quincy, where be has accepted -

; : the next duy, mid clung to her. I II I held services at the Baptist church.I a position.

Sisters "1'11"rll.. you shout the cure, and Among them were Misses Sinnie Jennie Mrs. W, II. Han-ell of Bradford,

I wire you If jou're needed, and we you :1 and Fanny Prescott, Beth Wim- was in town Friday .afternoon.

t noon I" Mix said, cheerfully. Thou she ,;, berly Ethel Ricks, and Winifred Mrs. Olson Thomas, of Midway, is r
turned and went. buck Into the emptybonne I
" I Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wim- here on a visit at the home of her uncle -
until the
'keeping hark her tears
. I' By' I Bound of the surrey had quite died .betty and Messrs. Lon Prescott, H. E. B. Andreu Sr.

I )ay. C. Wimberly, Jr., and Elisha :Pres- I Mildred Morgan of Gainesville, is
r < I t|here on a visit with her grandparents,
) KATHLEEN I f, (Continued Next Week) cott.Mrs.. psie Padgett returned Satur- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan.

J' If day from Starke, where she has been .E, S. Gainey and Mrs. W. M. Moody I
NORRIS for the past week. *, and daughter, Jewel, of LaCrosse,\ THE

"" 1 Messrs. Ed and John Marr visited {passed' through here Sunday j )J'I
Hampton, Sept. 30.-Rev Burke of relatives at Starke Thursday. I' The school has organized a liter-

--..*......-arY Waldo, did not he fill his engaged appointment elsewhere I I Mrs. H. C, Wimberly and Miss Eth- >iry society, the following officers, New PricesF.
here Sunday a* was
I leI Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville were

,, It Anne wan"wrong', nod the i'ni.rthe I I I' E. J.[In Saunders ministerial has work.been in our I I Max Thursday.Wimberly left Thursday forMemphis Fred Luther Greene Harrell, President., Vice President. O. B. DETROIT

held In her hand worthless, each town for the past several weeks doing I where he to
Tenn., expects Lorene Hazen Secreatry.Ella Chassis $295
girl would Inherit a comfortable little business
for men.
sign painting our until the l flrot of the
ri-sjjle year. Mae Hazen, Asst. Secretary. I
fortune, but If Anne was right Cherry A, A McDonald, who has been looking I I
ROy Lord, of Jacksonville, spent!;
end Alls would have only a few thousand Program Committee, Mana Andrew Runabout $325
work at
his naval stored
dollars apiece' and the old Inline. I : the week-end the guest of George and Fay Andrew.Sergeant .
KisHimmec for several months, was A' Car
The hollow talk was over before .Parker. at Arms, Livingston RUBS. Touring $355
any of them r will red the enormity of visitor here Saturday. I Mrs. Herman Grand and daughter, Critic, Alvin Clemons.
Anne' contention' arid Anne end Ju..- Mrs. Aldredtfe Dyul, of Jacksonville I Dora of West Jacksonville, spent last Mrs. A. B. Surrency and daughters Truck Chassis $445
tin had departed. Hut both the old has been the guest of her brother J. week here visiting her parents Mr. Vera
and Rosa
of Pine Hill, spent
doctor end the luwyer"agreed with V. Jon,,". I II 'I and Mrs. George E. Wilkinson.J. Sunday, here with relatives. Coupe $595
n Martin that It looked a* If Aune was Miss Ethel Griffin, of Starke was
I E. Bohannan II. C. Wimberly, Rev. E.
I B. Joyner, of Dukes filled Sedan $660
right, and when the faintly was alone
t I, the guest of Miss Ethel Hunt last Jr., Mrs. II. Wimberly, Miss Catherine his
i' again and had bail the time to 1 the matter, they felt as If a thunderbolt Saturday and Sunday. Crews and Miss Winifred 'Vim.I and Sunday. / These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

f I r had fallen across their IheH R. L. Kalch was a business,visitor berly were visitors to Lawtey Mon Messrrs. H. S. Howard, of Dukes the history of the Ford Motor Company.

i- That Anne could do It 1'1'All* said 1, to Starke Monday. "I day.Messrs. I and J. L. Brown and II. G. Crawford,
Q. M. Green and ;Jerry Keen were and Marvin Orders coming in fast so place
over and over. Cherry seemed dsuedspoke Ugan Padgett of Miller, attended church here Sunday are yours
"J :. not at all, and Martin had mild business visitors to Starke this week. I j j I Padgett were business visitors to I promptly to insure early delivery.J. .
I I little. 1 Mrs. Josephine Sullivan who has I I
t Starke Monday. j
A. II. Warren, of Pine Hill, was in
(i ".'.ople will do anything I for money been the guest of her son, Cleveland, I I I Mrs. Prescott, of Panama Park, has : here Saturday.
1" tie observed once drlh He hadmet of Theresa returned to her home been spending several days here the' ,
Henry' Sowell of Cooter Pond
.. was
JuHlIn sternly "I'm nol thinking I I Dealer STARKE
here '
Saturday. guest of her sister, Mrs. F. M. Crews. ,
in here .
1 qf my wit,, iilinrc-I didn't inuiry her T. 1? Ifftlnti was transacting bUIIII __ i Friday.Dr.
tIQ'! for her' money; never knew she lm I I n. no Bishop, of Aluchua was a pro- .
in Waldo this week.
/\ t any 1 nut I'm thinking of Alls." ness I BROOKER fessional caller here Wednesday af.

1)) "Yen-vie must think of rliirllk.( Mrs. W. E. Baker of Brooklyn, was : ternoon. .......
It Ails I" Anne had mild, nervously eiijj'1, visiting in Hampton Monday. I Brooker, Sept. 30. Messrs.!. P. M.

T f t t that there should he no quarrel "1 1F \I f i S. R. Swindel has been shipping Barefoot, Eldon Baxter and John Pin- I I _--=--

F, Uncle Ix'e Intended me to have all thli I large quantities of cucumbers and holster( were in Lake Butler Wednesday II

t money, then I suppose I must take It,, squashes from hero this week. afternoon. I
but I xhiin't be happy unless thing an e I Mrs. W. S. Futch returned to her I W. M. Moody and sons, Herman and

arranged so that Ails shall lie, com home Sunday after a week's visit Percy of LaCrosse, were in town on

t ; fortablel" with her son, Col. T. G. Futch, of Friday. and
t ".I-/but/ the worst of It I., Alls I'Cherry I Contracting Building
I-eesburp. J. E. demons has purchased the
stammered suddenly! on th e
Rev. Smyzer, of Gainesville, will Ford sedan recently owned by H. 1"1
day before she and \Martin were tot preach at the Christian church Sunday Gainey.

return to lied Critic, 1-1 counted on Oct 2nd. I Mrs. Roy Godwin and "I

liatliiK eiioiiKli--eniiiiKh to ll*., my own Misses May Evelyn and Marlon Alachua, spent last week
life I Allx, I 1111'1-1 cun't K<> bark l""ivky
Jones who have been guests of their ing' relatives. .

'N4r as ('lwl'r, )my' bogus diirlliiK to cry Allx In t'1'hIII"I..her UIIIIM" aunt Mrs. Kammerer, ,for the past ', J. W. L. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, I Our sawmill has a capacity of 1 25,000 ft. daily
returned to their home here last was in town Saturday.
"My dm'Unit, It Ix 1111 hud ax ull I I Ilanll""Oh year I '
Allx," \\hl>'I"'I''d" the little nix- Sunday.Mrs. | I. W. Pinholster Jr., was in Starke I
We all of sash doorsetc.
ter, trcinlilliiR, \ "I eiin't hear It. \ou C. E. Harper has recently Thursday afternoon. purchase our building ,

don't liiinw how I and Had been the guest of Misses Beryl and Mesdames P. M. Barefoot and Miss I \
sera ul n iiM here. ; now Ihll!'. all 1:'<11'ou're ,,' Leona Mullady of Jacksonville.Mr. Inez Abernathy and R. T. Osteen, who at wholesale prices. .

-) K<>lii|{ to tent hue IIUUHO und Sistrunk, of Starke was a business spent part of last week in Plant City, .
try to tench Hinging-and l'\e! nothliiji Doesn't it reasonable believe that do
q to look forvuml, lo-I'\e uobodyI"'l.leteu .. visitor here Tuesday.S. returned home last Thursday.R. seem to we can
R. Swindel, of Theressa, was a A. Weeks has been on the sick '
long' Allx I I soothed her "If
business visitor here list but to he is M building for less than else?
they tulUxe It, anil CHiieflally If Peter Monday we are glad report ypur money anyone
nihlsey, II \\1"'II"e gets bash, we'll (fight l Rev. Butler, of Campville preachedat much better. >*.t

Anno. And then It we win our (light the Baptist church Wednesday. He Frank Andrew., of New River, was
I'll iihMijn 'keep the -vaUey house "ipi>n. has been railed and has accepted the in town,Saturday

And If we dun't, why I'm going to visit l pastorial work of the church for the Messrs. P..-M. Barefoot, R. T. Os- .

+( you mid MUI.tllI'r)' year, and per ensuing year.<< teen, Eldon' Baxter C. J. Crews and I
hiipM I'll hint* a little aimitiiient Home" Rev. Ltghtfoot was the guest of Ell M. P. Matheny spent Saturday afternoon -

Ua.\-1 dun't 1"'lIdl" hoard alwajM-p- Hicks this week. in Graham.M. -L Tr'j rt .h, tAel} i+, +"' V!, r't
Hut sin wits ('r)IIIK. too, ICvirjtilingseemed I
dimmed, cold and Htrange i vhe John Parker and family moved this P. Matheny was in Gainesville

bud suspected that Cherry'a wan not a week to Mr. Knot's farm Just out of Friday afternoon.

successful. marriage; clue knew It now, town. I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen are the
and to resign thy adored little ulster Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones were visitors proud parents of a son, born Sept. 21.

to the unt*>'mpiithetlc utmoHphere of to Jacksonville Monday. I The youngster has been named Marcus -

i Ited Creek and to miss all the old The W. M. U. of Hampton Baptist Douglass Hazen.
life and the old associations, made her church will present the play "Aaron Mrs. Oliver of Pine Hill, and

heart aehe.There'sthere'a. Stitch From Punkin Crick," October daughter Mrs. Thigpen, of Palatka,I r S,
l lL
special.Chert I
nothing 7th, at the town hall at 7:30: p. m. I spent last week here at he home of 1 We will furnish plans and estimates -
y 7" Hhe naked after a Following is the cast of characters: {
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"With !Martin Oh no," Cherry answered I. W. Pinholster, Jr. '
y Aaron Stitch (not as green as hej ,. upon request. Consult
y her ejes dried, and her packing looks)-M. L. Watterson. |I A crowd from here enjoyed a canegrinding
- } going on composedly, although her Mr. Wither\ Merridcw (a crooked at J. D. Baxter's last Thurs- us about your building.
.. voice trembled now and. then. "No culutor-Earl) Van Alstine. I,: day night.
If* Just that 1 get had moods," clue Clarence Groen (a mysterious young i A. L. Green, of Pine Hill was In
wild bravely. "I was pretty young to man)-K, B. Watterson. I I town Friday. ,
marry at all. I giioim." Mrs. Rosa Berry (an Oklahoma j i Mrs. J. D. Baxter left last week for
"Martin levee )'ou. Allx suggested
widow)-Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Gladys .
A I Georgia, where she will visit relatives
1 timidly, Mae Merridew (a sweet
"He taken me for granted" Cherrymild for a while. ,
thing)-Mrs. W. E. Allgood.
after a pause "There doemi't. young Little Sis Rlggs (a regular tom i,I Elma Shaw is visiting relatives in
, t seem to be anything alive In the fwd boy)-Emma Hicks. I
a c' lug between," she added, slowly. "If Admission, 15c and 2Rc. I I Ila Belle Crosby who has been visiting ; CONSUMER'S LUMBER COMPANYSTARKE
} he says Bomethlng'. to me, I make an II I here returned to her home in
effort to get his point of view before
HIGHLANDHighland. Jacksonville last week. I
I answer. If I tell. him some plan. of FLORIDA
e Seebcr Edwards, of Bradford, wan
mine, I can. nee tluit he thinks It sound
" t crazyl I I don't eeui very domoHtlc Sept. SO-Mrs. J. A. Star- in town Saturday afternoon. I
lp1 thiifa all. I-I try. Itenlly. I do( I ling visited relatives in Starke several Miss Ollie Hague, the efficient teach

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J. L. Harrell, Lawtey, W. F. Godwin Lawtey, J. M. Brownlee, Starke, Lewis Ritch, Raiford Warren Whitten, Raiford. S. T. Dowling Raiford,

J. Scarborough, Lake Butler, J. L. Brown Dukes, Hewitt. Garage, Lake Butler, J. H. Wainwright Heilbronn Springs, J. S. Howard, Dukes,

T. J. Townsend, Lake Butler, H. B. Lamb (Hotel) Worthington, Mrs. L. A. Duncan, Lake Butler, J. Townsend, Lake Butler R. Burrows,

.'". Starke, G. W. Hinson, Hampton, Lorenzo Green Starke, J. S. Griner. Brooklyn.A .






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%:: = o=oooao. ono.onoao oaoooao cattle, mules, horses, sheep, goats and | Mr and Mrs C. A. Johns, of New Ruby Johns left Friday night to nt.

poultry will have ample feed and that River, passed through our burg Sunday tend the big meeting at Heilbronn .
II roo Bradford County Farmersoao we should be enabled to market $400- en route to Heilbronn.Inet :1 Saturday and Sunday. ou

000 worth of this feed each year, and Brannen, of Vanderbilt, was in Stafford Crews, Grafton Adkins 11'.j

.oaooao ft- thereafter each thousand acres will v I -Oa0IIOIIOCq : : return us $400,000, or the enormous : Mrs. B. J. Sapp was a visitor to Alfred, where they have secured .
Voluitia Many fall gardens are being CASSINA on'AUPOS, | k emI
I ri.OIUDA DAIHV ASSOCIATION I gross return of $400 per acre. At Jacksonville last week. ployment.
planted.PolkFruit .
r one-half this amount the returns i I' Among those who attended prayer i Marian Moody was a business v' -1.I 1.
Association in would make this the most productive < tor to Raiford Wednesday.
I The Florida Dairy in the meeting at Mrs. Belle Johns Saturday I
growers are An investigation is being made by *
convention at Miami last week, voted cab crop, for a regular farm crop, that :night were, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ren- : Pearl Greene, of Pine Hill,
field. Farmers are preparing the bureau of chemistry, U. S. depart be I was
can grown anywhere in the world.
? unanimously to request Governor froe: and children, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. in this section Sunday.
bage seedbeds; more truck this year ment of agriculture; into the beverage We do not ask
9 Hardee to cull a special session of the and beekeepers anyone to take our I i Crews and children, Mr. and Mrs. O. I Ardell\ Crosby, of Brooker, was m
than last. Citrus growers possibilities of a plant which has word for this '
; wonderful
I legislature to enact a state wide tick thisweek. growth. Dur- I ;B. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Green MoodyMr. our section Tuesday.
I t tT held important meeting long been used in place of tea along (
ing a recent eight-week drouth the
T : eradication law, so the dairy industry ; and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mr. and !1 Grace Welch, Homer Welch
the coast of the South Atlantic and and
most that this district has
can l>* properly developed in this Gulf ever Mrs. Marion Moody, George Rivers, Miss Nary Humble attended the" .
states, as far south as the north- known r-
I also went on record in our Napier grass grew an Onie Rivers, Toney Teston, Miller
state They vices at Heilbronn
With active cotton mar- of Florida. In and Sunday.
/ Holmes- an ern part Virginia inch a day, seven inches a week,
favor of eliminating free range; con Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moody and
fires reforestation and ket, at around 18 cents pound, many North Carolina this plant l is known as ty-eight inches a month, and twen.l, grandchildren.S. .
trol of forest ; farmers have sold both this and last "yaupon." It also in South About the laziest
grows inches during the eight weeks with person we ever
of and fish; and no C. Crews was atending to business l.I l.
conservation game year's crops. This has meant a great Georgia, northern Florida, Alabama, I I heard of l is the fellow who died from
of the Florida' in Raiford last week.
the activities rain.Much I'
of those relief to many.WaltonOur. Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. In of the wonderful growth we I ) Indigestion rather than go to the trou.
board In behalf
development I I I South Carolina it i is called the "cas- attribute to the soil inoculation with I Sheriff Epperson and Veputy Bais- ble of chewing the food he ate.

i measures. of hay crops are fine.Our sina, or "Christmas-berry tree." our wonderful soil yeast (the liquid den, of Starke, passed through our
recommended to owners I
They exhibit community councils are doing aiireut Not only the tender shoots but all leaven that inoculates the soil as section last Friday. Foolish people take things: as then
pure bred cattle that they work. Winter crops have been the leaves leavens Leonard Melvin, of New River, was come, but the wise man takes 'mly)
the state'' it has been found, con- yeast flour), in which countless
some of the best animals in this section Sunday. the things to which he is
business I entitled
lantod. Big co-operative tain caffeine bacteria
j making it possible to are constantly affixingto
in the state,
other fairs
fair and at Ander Dekle, of Lake Butler, passed
among farmers is expected this win eliminate the laborious hand pickingnecessary the plant roots nitrates that
l and urged all dairymen to patronize ter. Everything looks good In Walton -I, in gathering tea, of which essential to plant life. are no through our section Sunday. j If you don't like your neighbor and
+ : plans manufacturers at Tampa or '' Mr. and Mrs. Lee)' Johns were attending want Mm to move, begin telling Y"Uf>"
county. only certain leaves can be used. Wild During the drouth our
i Jacksonville for milk bottles, as soon to business in Raiford Satur troubles to him each day. He'll
' in operation. plants are abundant, and in one placea dug down four feet in the centerof
us the plunts are day. get enough.J. .
i'asco-Okra und eggplant: shipments cassina hedge 2 miles long has been a Napier grass field, and the soil ,,I
will\ go forward next week. found. During the world war it was there was hot and dry with no appar-i ---
COUNTY A=..' KEPOKTS\ : This week I have outlined a numberof suggested as a possible native source ent moisture at four feet, and it appeared H. William B. Z. Matthew
fall and winter gardens, and laid in the that
I case imported supply of medical nothing could grow or
EII'amhillThrough the initiationof out an Irrigation system for one far caffeine became unavailable. It is even live. It was a great wonder that
the county agent a federal farm' mer. Also treated corn against the known that the Indians in this region our cane and Napier grass could survive INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf

, loan association has been formed in weevils and measured yields on a used the plant both as a beverage and let alone thrive.

this county. Pending applications. for number of farms I for ceremonial purposes. The Spaniards Napier grass is planted from jointsin you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it

IOIIIIH amount to $71 ,OOO. This means -- learned to use it from the In. the stalk and not from seed like
improved farms and more and better Palm Bench-Many fields are being:; diana. At the time of the Civil war other plants, and there are from ten on you.

livestock. eel to tomatoes and peppers and being it was used again, crudely prepared, to twenty of these joints in each well
planted to potatoes and beans. to take the place of tea and coffee, developed stalk and there are from The Inter-State Realty Company will\ get out the second edition of its

Gad.stlcn-Wednesday afternoon I j which the Southern slates could noti twenty to one hundred stalks to each HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE
wail called\ into conference with the TAKING CAKE OF cons CROP i easily get. hill.
directors of the Havana Lund Bank to { It is thought by the United Slates Napier grass is planted in rows six Aug. 1st, carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth of property
devise ways and means of affording Weevil Left Alone Will Eat More 'department of agriculture that by feet apart and in hills six feet apartin listed for stale or exchange throughout: the United States. Canada and Mex
immediate relief to farmers applying Than Half Stored; | proper, methods of curing, similar to I the rows. It grows rapidly at the ico. If you have property for Bale or exchange list it with us at once. 1 h*
commission listings. It will be hard
advertising costs nothing on our
I for loans through the federal farm Ithe j methods used in curing green and i I rato of an inch a day in a drouth, luck if we fail to find you a deal. 'jj I gp.
loan system. From present indications the corn : black teas, a very excellent beverage when inoculated, and up to two?inches ,,
J p
I vield is going to he somewhat less might be brewed from it. Further in- a day with plenty of rain.It i Inter-State Realty Company Scheli BuildingLAKE
,1 v MadillIThrt'e of our communities than expected. It will\ not be large '. ventilations will be made by the de- makes a most excellent pasture" ,

have made arrangements to hold fairs enough to supply the demands, and partment to determine the practical here from November to May. Cattle BUTLER, UNIONICOUNTY, FLORIDA.
and to select their exhibits for the every farmer should make an effortto problems incidental to the productionof and, other live stock can eat to their'''

county fair. save all\ he makes, In order to avoida cassina for beverage purposes. heart's content and the only result is

scarcity next winter and spring. !I I i f that when they leave the ,field twiceas Big Reduction In Prices Y Cl v"l I r.irkce a i.;! ;.il."

St. Luciv-Pun-apple growers lire It is u well known fact that from TilE WONDEIiriJI, GROWTH many stalks have started ot each : Tf you order your fertilizer

still planting slips in spite of the dry 15 to 20 per cent of the corn grown i AND VALUE OF NAPIER GRASSA hill and it then grows like the story without netting our new price lists just issued. Plenty

wNlther.i I All slips available, locally, each year is onten by corn weevils. of Jack's Dean Stalk. If left to prow :; of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers; In

t urn being planted, so we shall have a This loss can be wiped out, if all\ the few years ago alfalfa had never from May to August it can be cut at :| seciiv. material increase in pineapple acreage farmers will\ take proper cure in harvesting been heard of in the United States, six feet high twice and then it will :' O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

Growers are making preparations und storing the crop, says C. and today land that will produce twoI grow eighteen to twenty-one feet high ,, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

M for full and winter trucking. 1!. McQuurrie, state agent. I I to ten tons of alfalfa per acre is readily by November 15, and can be made into Get. Aug. 1 Price Llat Now famishing "Simon I'ure" and "Gem Brands"
I' It is also a well\ known fact that worth and easy salable for from meal. If each cutting l is made into i,
{ Santa Hotta-Farmers of this ('oun'I''I'' weevil-infested corn is worth loss : $300 to $600 per acre. meal it is estimated that each acre
Iq; ty are Having much hay. There than half uninfested corn. Every I We have a crop that grows abundantly will average: twenty to forty tons of 1IfJr: ":":"'..:m"WJJllfiJf, "' ''''',If.JtIIi IWIJQ!

be nt least 25 per cent more hay saved I farm should possess an air-tight crib on our lands here in Florida nioal.! This remarkable statement will :::1

here this year than in any previous 'i for weevil fumigation, with ventila- I this is as much superior to alfalfa as seem even more remarkable when it

year. I I IIe tors to let out foul air after gassing/ alfalfa l is to clover. It l is called Napier is known that average $400 an acre A. D. ANDREWS CO.

t I, is complete. grass, and its superiority lies in alfalfa land will hardly average four' >
-The greater parts of the pepper Bi-sulphidp of carbon l is best for the {I{ the fact that our land produces ten tons of alfalfa meal per acre. II I RAIFORD FLORIDA '
eggplant and tomato crops in this purpose and it l is suggested: that farmers '. times as much as alfalfa land. As we are not selling land plantedto N

county have already been planted. secure a sufficient amount of it |j The first known real crop in this Napier grass and as only those 1

Early eggplant( plantings. are in excellent for effective work at application. With ,,, country was grown in PoPe' county, in who hold club contracts are interestednow We now have our Sea Island Cotton Gins ready and

condition. an airtight crib a pint and a half will i I the) summer of 1918, and it producedat in this growth it would seem that have commenced ginning cotton, and are ready to buy

< be required for 100 cubic feet of the rate of over one hundred tons every man who l is interested in farming any cotton that comes to our gins, and believe cotton will y

t Taj'lor-I have made a survey of space, and the method of application. I'' per acre in about three cuttings.: would come here and give some bring a good price. Cotton is opening up pretty andS

the coin and cane fields of the county is BO simple and so easy that every This I l is' far better than Napier grace thought and study to this wonderfulcrop white, and most of it around here is of good staple, the
to determine the extent of the brown farmer should adopt it. I i I[ does in its native habitat, Africa. that we sincerely believe has t better cotton is handled and the better weather the far.

spot of corn and red rot of cane. The I.I Place shallow dishes of the mater Some small patches were grown .as solved the entire problem of stock mers have to gather it in usually the better price it willbring. ;

farmers have \been put on their guard ial at short intervals on top of the' experiments as early as 1913. raising especially cattle and hogs. t j.
4' against brown spot, and there is no corn; close doors and windows and : Napier grass is as fine a stock i Now all of the developments so far
red rot. leave alone for several hours and the feed and is as good a food for fattening of Napier grass has been in our light We also notice a great reduction in the prices of cot.

work is done. Two fumigations will and growing live stock as alfalfa soils and all the help we have been ton goods and other merchandise, we have been selling ,

Ala'hull-Corn yields are unusually will be necessary, the second about and since meal made from Napier able, to give the crop has been the Sea Island Homespun as low as five cents per yard. t.
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good and much cowpeu hay is being two weeks after the first. The second grass contains about twelve per cent soil inoculation which we are glad to
,w; harvested. l is made necessary because of the j j i protein and has the other analysis of explain in detail to anyone on appli Good Check Shirting at 1 Oc per yard
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young weevils from eggs' unhatchedat 'alfalfa, it is as a ground meal for cation. Good Hickory Stripes 15c"

OSI'.ola-At the grower meeting first application. I|)I stock feed, practically the same as al We ask what is going to happen to Good Blue Denham 20c "

Tuesday the chairman of the marketIng To get best results, shuck the corn falfa.It our crops of Napier grass in the future GoodfApron Ginghams 12 1.2 per yd

committeto reported that he lo before storing. This is easy to do, I'I has been a very difficult matter when we use a ton of "Ilufiteria" Good Indian Head 25c yard

("al'rower\ of strawberries will save and any extra time taken for it will\ I I to secure the seed for Napier grass, per acre, year after year, as we make per
{ a dollar a crate by shipping in car- I be amply repaid by the corn saved. and it is very expensive, but we have this present light soil the most fertile Good Taffeta Silk $1.75 per yard

lot, when to northern markets. A I.i enough growing row to plant 160 land in the world Good Belding Satin $1.75 per yard

big fffoil will be made by the growers The man who thinks all\ ho needs to acres in October, and 1,500 acres by If you do not know what "HufUcr- Crepe de ChineMercerized $1.75 per yard

'" to ship by carloada.MarionThere do to acquire fume and wealth is to October, 1922. ia" is ask us to tell you of the combination ' Poplin 50c per yard

buy a lot of purebred cattle, hogs, Our experts predict that when we of humus, fish and bacteria all Best Blue Serge 90c" "
Is little, if any, horses or sheep" and then proceed to have 1,500 acres in cultivation that produced at Valparaiso, and with "
brown spot in the corn of this !11.t them shift for themselves has will India Linon 40c"
coun another we never have to purchase an which we expect to enrich the soils .
ty. thought coming ounce of stock feed, but that our hogs not only here but elsewhere. i Very Best Twill Outing ISc.

.. Napier grass and Uufiteria are two Mottled Outing Blue 14c" "
- --........-. .... .;;.V-------- ... '-_' -- ----- --I8--- -..---.. -- I words that are sure to direct the eyes Cotton Flannel 12 1.2c per yd
of the world to Valparaiso and this Curtain Goods 15c per yard

prediction l is sure of fulfillment.\ -By Indian Linon 25c yard
C. M. Cook, superintendent, Vale of ul per
J JI Paradise Stock i'arms, Valparaiso.
. VICTORY BONDS Now we have just received a full line of new dry
f 1 LONG ItltlDGE goods bought at these low prices, also a nice line of men

i I I it and boys suits, also all styles of boy's and men's hats and

Long Bridge, Sept 30.Tommy e cap*.

county Teston was seat a business visitor to the , A nice line Dress Shirts, a good stock of Shoes at the
f',, Joe Hodges I reduced price. We carry Stove., Hardware, Feed and
was attending to bust-
'' I We are in position at this time to secure for our customers and ness in Luke Butler Saturday. Groceries of all kinds. We will sell you the very best. f
flour right fresh from the mills the lowest prices.Now
-'Y' I friends little than for Bonds 8 II. O. Rivers was a visitor to Starke at very
Victory the interest
more including
a par Monday we carry in stock almost anything that the people

1k:', I that has accrued since the last interest period II Wesley Johns and Bud Moody were want.

business visitors to Lake We will be glad if you will come to see us and buy
I Butler Sat.
I This refers only" to the Victory Bonds and not to the other issues urday. what you want to buy, and you can sell us what you

''n+ I of Liberty Bonds. We can handle the other issues, but only Mr. and Mrs V Arnow have movedto bring to sell at the honest market prices.

at figure considerably below Lake Butler. When rises
a par. Cotton Cnickens, Eggs or any produce
I Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johns and family anywhere it rises here. We thank all our customers for
All persons who wish to convert their Victory bonds into cash attended the big meeting at Hell- any portion of their business they give us.

are invited to make use of our services. I bronn Sunday.
II. Eustis Kelly, of New River, passed We can grind your corn, buy your cotton, ship your
through our burg Sunday.Jim Potatoes, buy your Eggs, and Chickens and pay you the
I.. Adkins and sons, Donald and highest market prices for all, and sell you goods as cheap .

Gerald, spent Sunday at Heilbronn. as any one can, and we want your business, come to see

B. F. Renf roe and P. B. Crews were us.

..r' : BANK OF STARKE : among those. who spent Sunday ntHeilbronn. I I+

I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas and Eu- '

THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE STARKE. FLA. nice McKinney, of New River, passed : A. D. ANDREWS CO.The .
E. S. Pre through our section Sunday enroute
'. MATTHEWS. CEO. C WHITE. Cashier '
to Heilbronn.
I Brick Store Raiford Fla
A surprise party was given at the ,
I home of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Cason ,
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LAWTEVIjtwtey Ta Whom Far What Period af l.lren.eI'orpoee Total Ami. I'mStele II --- --

r Report of Licenses ranted From When 1. h.n taunt] POSTCARD: HAY. M

Sept. 30.-Mrs. Cutherino
1111 A H.m5hrc7Kate. 0... 1 IH20 _____.
I .nhO. Orl 1, 1021 .10.00 10.On
'here lat-t Report of LI..".... luued for Bradford County by the Tax Collector duplicate* of which 192 P Sherlock ....____. -...Drover ..... 1, 192019S (..... 1. 60.OHI October first wi l he obl'r\.t n*
have been Died with the County Judira for the period beirtnnitiit on the lint day of October Co ..__.- .M...,..". '''I. 1, 1920 (..... 1. II.IOn.oo_ .(0 Port, Card Day by .
week from Chicago, where she pent I A. 1>. 11129. and ending on the HOth day of Ke ,.tom"" ,. A. U. 1921.Ta 194 "PI.n.' ......Merchant I'rutrrwt I..... 1. 1020IMS ... 1. 100*....... ..00 1.50 a great many pc" q

several months visiting relatives and V.hem I>r Kerlir-r Kin* ___.u.1' . I".. 1. 1920 Out. 1, 1921.._.__.10.00 R.00 Ill in Florida who will send out ,
.. at
For W hat Total Amt. ui
I'erlod of 1.1.
19(1( R Miller Mrrrhant 1920 ..
(;ranted I Ort. 1, 1. ll>21.._... ].nos
friends. Purpova From H hen To Whe-n Mate Taunt r 197 L Fowlrr _..""Inauranca Orl. 1. 1920 n".. I, 1021___ 1.0 .to trart\'l post CII.t views to fri'nt1 In

Mrs. E. D. Bayer 1115Dr.. 0 L, ll.rnra ._? __...llvntiat ,..... 1. 1920 Ort. 1. IHLM-._____1000Oct. .' states ( that the tourist
returned home 1 W A Bowent Jr u__. Room Ort 1, 1920 O.11. 1921 S7.BC' J M Maxwell -..___..__ _.Merchant (..... I. 1920 I, Mil. 8 00Ort. loot'.no at\'i.(11
from Jacksonville Thursday, where I 1 0 B Gordon __--_.. __ Merchanl Ort 1. IWfH Oct 1. l 2l._..__ 8.00 1111 I 200 C A Smith A Co .._....______Morrhant I"'. 1. 1920 I, 1001.5.00 l.BO into tickets are on sulp. I'
3 E Klondra ... ________ .. Rr.tauranl Oct 1, 1920 Oct 1. 1921..._ see l.BIl.BO 201 C" 8mllh A Co Mot-chant Oct. 1. V20 Orl. 1, mil-.._._ ..00 1
she had spent ubuut a month with relatives. 4 IT Townnrnd ._____ _. Merchanl 0... 1. 1920 Oct 1. 1921.___-. ..00 202 (A 1"1 Co .-..Turpentine 81 ill Ort I. 191.0SOU Oru I. IHrl .En on In 1.1 nn The post card shower Wil susrirc' t- a t
BET I'arri.h ._______. ___.Merchant OcU 1, 1920 0"' t, 1521.--- ..00 I A : .Co __-. Tu".n. (..... 1. 1920 1, 192I_____211.00\ 10.00 fd last the Florida
6 J W Vlnlnn .________ ._____ _Merchant U.... 1.OcU 1920 Oct 1. 1921____ 8.00 l.BO 15(14 H L 101... ._.>.____-_______ .f.1 (>ct. 1. 120 Ot... 1, 19SI._._ 1.00 .BO rear by IVvelo-] 1
Rev. It. A. Davis of Greensboro 7 Acey Brannen ..._.._h___.. __ .Harbor 1. 1920 Oct 1. 1S21-_ 1.00 .6 0 2(16 Pr J M Mann _.._ __.._.riiyatctan (... 1, 1920 tic 1, 1921__?.__10.00 6.110 mrnt Board and a large number of
8 M If Marken ..??___________ .Merrhant Oct 1. 1920 Oct 1. 1921____ R.OO l.BO 201 Lake Ilullrr Pharmacy ..Merchant.
preached at the Methodist (church 9 H Itoaenbcr __ _ -_____ .Merchant I,.... I. 1520 Oct 1. IWl'l--._? ..00 1.6 0 cards were sent 11'011110". com.
10 Frlnlierv it,,.,,. :.:_____ ____. I. 1920 Ort. 1. U2 ...._. 1.00 160I
both ..MerchantPool Oct 1. 1920 Oct 1. 1921__ ... A.OO ROO Oru" munition
South Sunday .. resulting in
morning and eve II Farmer. A 1..1.... Bank _____ 19tl.-lR.OO 7.60 207 Rnbrrlii (Cash Store __.____ .. 1. 192020S I". 1. IIrl. 6.1111 (in curly tourist t
Hanker. Ocl. 1. 1920 Oct. 1. N E Taylor .._______.__.. .. '. 1920 ( .1. 1, 1921____. l.on
ning. Thin was not his first preach. 12 A II Zacharuu ___n.JWe'.uran. t>cu 1, 1920 let 1. 1911____ 8.00 t.Bfl - 1..10. 11 to Florl.ll. thereby. IcnKthon-
13 Hewltf. I ...... _-_h_._______ Garage OcU 1. 1920 Ocl. 1. 1921_____..1000 6.00 209 (A Johns ._._ Oct. 1. 1920 1. IIIr H.OO I J'gnnirathdl
ing In Lawtey, as he assisted the U Lake Huller Hank __ __ Ranker OrU I. 1920 (..I., I. hill.-.16.00 T.RO 210 J Knalin ._.__.Turponllnc Still Ort, 1. 1920 'k\. ?__tO.OO 1000 Ing the tourist season, and that <>r-
II H L, Fowler __Uh.__. .. ___.__ SOO l.BO ill T f Knalih, .._,Merchant Orl. I. IOL'0Ml 1US1-__.- 8.00Orl. 1.111 I his
pastor Rev. Henry Krelle\ in ? ? OrU I. 1920 Orl. 1. 1921 the sane
a revival Ort. 1920
Ilr E Matn.'a C ". 1. I. 1NY1 l S.ntl Iulal'oh..i
.. rhynlcien Oct. 1920 OrU 1, 1921. 1000 6.00 ( M..I 1..10.
; J 1. - : C ,>... 1. INfO 'k1. 1M1'2.10.0 In r.O he
meeting here several A ::: I this
years ago Strickland -------------Merchant let. 1, 1920 1, 1921. .. R.OO 160IS 11..1T".nl" AII ,.... r.I"\11 year.
J I 1. 19BO2IB OrL 1. 1'2) R 00 g.RO
and his friends here R E hell -- .Merrhani Ocl. 1. 1920 OcU 1, 1911_____- :.1(10 i.no1.2B '' ,. -
J E Crown Vt. 1. 19110 (k11. Hul 1.00
many are always
19 L A Duncan CB. .. ___ n.H..b' .8
.Merchant 1 1021__ 460
Orl. 1920 OcU 1.
rind( to hear him. 20 Standard Oil, to: __.?_.Caaollne Ooalcra Ocl! 1. 1920 Oct 1. 1921.-_. __10.00 6.00 Sid Jam.. Mark ._M..h.n A,.,.. 1. IV2 Oct. I. 1921 l.Bfl I :MKIIT; UK: Ills HIAVCI wT
217 I r J Wllla _. 0. 1. Ort. 1. 1921.---10.00 l.on"
I 21 Standard. Oil Co ____ _. .Oil Ih .1.... OrU 1. 1920 (\to.. 1. IP2I.I If BO ( .
Marcus Brown of Starke spent 12 Standard Oil Co '___ _ _' Oil, Healcra ...t. I. 1920 OcU 1, 1921.__...ZR.OII 12 BO 118 I'enna. 1..1 Store. Cn.. ..Turtwntlne I -
Sunday in Lawtey nt the home of his 25 Hoover lima ___h___ ___rholorraphrra (..,.. 1. 1920 O<'t. 1. 1921..__ 6.00 t.BOi.nn 1. lor ".1. '. ]421-----II). 'ii" '..1)O "Thi college graduate;. sold
24 I' M C.rlopr .. ..___. ___ _M..h."tto... 1. 1920 0'1.1. 11121....... 8.00 IHI .1 R rha.l.ln nollllnir ln ''". I. }IV21 "". I. IV21.10..n S.. l'rlI.
parents Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. I 25 H C Wall Airt ... .._ .Insurance Orl. I. 1920 Ocl. I. ".11.__.__ '..11I2A 220 T A M t.u. -----Merchant Drugglet (kt. 1. 111'1' "... I. J"2?______. 4110 2.2 dent Ililiben of Prinrrton at a ton-- 41*
Routhrrn llrll Trlrphonc Co .Trlephonea. Orl. I. 1920 (k11.. 11221.50 .vn 221 Mra .MrrrhantWm Oct. I. <>" }, )921500 I
Mrs. J. T. Moore was a visitor to 27 Godwin ft Harrrll ___, Mrrchanl '''1. I. 1920 del ). 1921....... ..00 1.101M 222 C KarlKan .. . .MrrrhantHe Ort. 1.: 1919 Ort. IN'0---:::: 4 HO .W "sets out from college to conquer the

Starke Saturday. Godwin A Harnrll. __n_Turpentine. Still (... I. 11120! (I.." 1. 1921____--_2000 10 (IfI 228 A F Kuaarll __ __ __ ___ I'hyalrlanTho. <'..- >. "W10 O>. >'!>-10.00 B.mi world. ho sets tint with
20 l-.wle" State Bank __._________Banker. O.... 1. 1920 O... 1, 192I..1B.OO 7.BO 21 Mill. <>"- 1. 10211 "CL.l< '*21 _.. MINI' '.52 \ I ve'y r
Mrs. Francis Wiggins of Jacksonville JO E E Burney _._.__Merchant A Market Or,. I. 1920 ,rU 1. 1921___. __ a on 1 BO Trareylhaemary ..Merchant MriiKKliitOr Ann I. 1111 O.t. I. 142)-- MI 1.11 opinion of himself, but he sn in
visited relatives in 81 Howe A Mo.rley ...Merchant A Market Orl. 1. 1920 OcU 1. 1I2"_... ._ 800 l.BO 2 P A G W Dmwn ____.0_ .-_ .ritvulrlan "*. '. > Orl- I. 1MI-.____.10.00. 6.00 gets taken dmvn. '
Lawtey Sun. ja R n Bennrlt _______Mrrrhant A Market Oct. 1. 1920 0... 1, 1921__.- R.OO ISO 227 J A McMillan .M.-at Markel Orl. 1. IV21to... I. I9>l. Runt 2.011 4/V
RS If R Sapp ____.__.Merchant A Market Oct. 1. 1920 OcU 1. 1921.__.___ B.OO 1BO 22" I. I, Johns .__ _ ._.Merchant "". '. L I9SI_ 00Ort. 110 "A rollrirc Kraduato, the day "
day.Mr. 84 Cash True Co ____.Merrhant nruinM.t 0... 1ThodeMnore 11120 Oct. 1. 192U______ ROO 1 Bn 22P l>r B 1. Illmra I'hynlrlanI Orl. 1. 1920Orl. 1. IN01----.10.00 BOOBOO 1"1 rift i
and Mrs. Manus of Starke nnno Co n______ _ M..b."tto... 1Oct. 1920 Oet 1. 1921.___.__ R.OO 160 >r W K Mldillrton .. .Pnyalrlan 1. 1020 Orl. 1. 1921.10.00 ,'um) nWII''lt. awaAvlrc.,1 into a
were visitors to Lawtey Saturday. ..".. Myci-a _._--___ ______Rralaurant1C 1. 11120 0.... 1, 1921______. 1.00 1BO m J R Inward -- --___.. -- :Merchant (.. ': t9ta( 11eL 1.: 11121..__.__ onOrU 15111'I bunk' and asked sell
87 Cone _____._____.__ __Merchant tic(. I. 1920 Oct. 1, It'll' I _____ R.OO 1.60 202 J S Howard.Turiwntlnr Still < .. I. IV2n I. 1)111-------25.01) 17.BO lr'lid'lt1H
Miss Delia\ Blanchard visited relatives no W E Tomde --___________ ___?Merchant Oct. 1Oct. 1920 Oct 1. 1921.R.OO 1.60 2U W J Unhatinan ..Vendor of Mollrn.1.1.( I. 1920 Orl. 1. )051------1111 Onlrl. I2.BII ,> Wil told to wait in an Ilh'room. 'y
99 f) W Roberta .. Merrhanti 1. 1920 Ort. 1, 1921 ROO 1 I tat 8 V Andrea ._ M.crchanr4 I. 1H20 < I. 1921______ 1.00 1111
in Palatka from Friday to Mon. 40 "Twlor! ; -.n - Harbor VI.: 1. 1980 Oct. 1. 1921 ::::------ 1.00 ::1 BRII .Inhn Parlor .-.. .Meat Market May I. 1921 Orl. 1. l"f.____. J.RO t.l1I there n tnuall boy was rhowinir KU :i."Hoy i.

41 Mw fluency .Itnrhcr Orl. 1 I. 19"0 Ort I. 1021.1.410' .60 i 1" W Strom __.,._._.__ ____Merchant. !'"". 1. 11121 0... 1, ..._._ LSD ," lie said, after H bit, "di you
day.L. 42 JM Hill ____._.______ _. (?.) KHtaUi Ort. I. 1020Iniuranco Ort. I. 1921 -----10.00) ) 6.00 I. Summer. _._._......__.Mrrrhant Orb 1. 1920 ...,.. I. 1921....._ 5.00 I Btl
II. Hill and family who have ** Tl 1''I1! ....._______n_ Ort. I. lose 0... 1. 1921_- __._ 2 BO I 2'!IS M 1111. .Merchant ""t. I. 19 2n "'1. 1. 1921..____ S.OO I an2RV know if 111'1'1 an "I".llll in 1111)* tv
been spending the 44 I. H Hill .._. ._ ? ln.ur.nce Oct. 1. 1020 Oct, 1, 1921______ l.BO J .._?.__liar) .' <**. '. I0 .et. 1. 1921_?_.. 1.00 .BO bank for a college graduate
summer at their 4lt4A H If" __.___ _I-T"r IIIIin'aor.".. Orl. I. 1920 Oct I. 1921Ort. ____ 2.60 140 J W Townsend _Turpentine SMt. >. 11120 ...... 1, IU21.\ 20.00 1000
cottage at Kingaley lake returned E A Fowler ___. ___ _______Merchant. (.... 1. 1920Ort. 1. 1921__ ___. 800 1 60 I R Mare ;Wholesale. {'a"d. M..A'I The boy chl.wh.R. r grimly, annwerinl:
47I E Knluht _.__. ______--._...Lawyer I., 1920( 0... I, 1921.____.10.00 B.OOt.BO chanl Jil.. Ion Oct. 1. 12.1/ ,8H
to town Thursday. 4R Cone A Sapp _____00 .. ___Meal Market Oct. 1. 1920 (\to.. I. me_.?_._ e.oo 142 8 I Thompson ..Mc.( Markel July I. > (2I (."'.. 1. Ue.____ .128 "IVrv will hl if day don't slip di \
Mr. and! Mrs. Henry Bennett and 49BO J W White A Sun ___ Merrhant Oct. 1. 11120 OrU I. 1921.______ 4 BOlrt. 225I ,,24 J Allen .____........_.___-__ .rchant 'hdy' I. 12 ".,.. 1. ( ._--. 1.60 TI1 extra l five-spit wot 1'1 nskin' fur I imu a
firimn A Johna ._ .Wholeaale H L Fowler ____ 'rl. I. Ort. 1. 1921---.16011
.. Gmrera Oct. I. 190! < 1. 1921______ 8.00 BO 24 Undertaker f.1
daughters Misses Carrie Belle\ and Rl Griffin A John -__.____._____Merchant Oct., 1. 1920 Oct. I. 192__?_._ 0.00 ..00 J_ nl, Wllllama _______lawyer Oct. 1. 1919 0... 1, 10fO-_10 00 next pay envelope, w4>?"-Wash. 5
B2BS F I. Turner ____. .___Merchant PruKKl.t II... 1Oct. 1920 OcU I. 1921..___. 8.00 l.BO INS W W.I __-.?._.._""_lee Plant *!". 1. >B1!" "cl- >. 11120.500 2.&
Elnora returned to their home in J M Alvaret .._________..___.Merchant 1. 1920 (..,t. 1. 1921_.___. 8.00 8 00 1HR1B7 n. K ..- w_._.--_-. '.lnan, UrL 1. 1919 Ort. 1. 19SO______1000 '. Iljtol Star.
Jacksonville Tuesday, after spendinga 54BB J K Fulch ___.__.________ _.?lawyer Oct. I. 1920 OcU 1. 1921.______10.00 B.OOBOO n. W n t ,. Ik'nllrtlet.. 1. 1910 Ort. 1. 1112010 B.OO
Freeman Reitl.ter ......... .. . Rarave Orl. 1Oct. 1080 OrU 1. 1921. _____ .1000 1NM Dr W t1' MiUr; =..:.PhYalelan 0..1. 1: iP ".t 1: IP20.In00 1100 I Wiso N
few days in and near Lawtey visiting BAB7 Bradford ("u"", Bank _____Danker. I. 1920 OcU 1. 1921..1R 7.80 181 J 0 ." __.._ __._ llakrrv o.t. I. 11111 I. IP20______ 500 1.110 people sl.Muml1.w Die in-
friends and relatives. I> C Jones _h______ __.-.Bnttlln. Work. Oct. 1. 1920 Oct. I, E.OO P V AndreaMerchant n..t. I. II\ Or' I. II O..__._ 1100 1110IPI"1 to ln'como | |. "'hl'"
nono lie .In". .___..-____.___._ .. Mrrrhant Oct. 1,. 1020 Oct. I, 11121. ..? 460 1.2B A A lurd..n _._____._____. Merchant. 1M1. I. 1110 Oct 1 I. )__ 41 I." dllaJI..illh',1
Elder H. V. Skipper of Live Oak J W Morgan '__ hh______ Merrhant Ort t. IOWOct.. 1. 1J1____ 4 6019SO II 2* 192 H..h.rl .1 At""__.__ _Merchant (id.. 1. III 0.. I. 11120.____ 111111 things do not go tl luit thlr they
filled his (10At City Marhcr. Shop. _.____..__ ..Barber ("' 1. 1. OcU 1. 1921 ._____ t.OO 1 BO IPI "u..ln8 ___ __._+---Merchant ( .. I. 0.. I. 1120.______ 8.00 1.10 either find the, renunly or make It convenient .
regular appointment at the J O __ ( C ___._ ____ Merchant 0.1. 1. Ont. I. ___... 150IlA
Turner .n ____ .. lI..k.., MI. 1. 1980 ocu i. mi. _._._ oo 1 BO IP f Wii.. ? IPII 1121. .0
Advent church Thursday and Friday A2A3 J C Manning _...__ ___.nn'_.. .Merrhant (..,.. 1. 1920 Oct 1, 1921 n___. 480 Z.tB2.2H F ____.._ ..____.Merchant 0.1. 1. IIP 0. .. I. II ______ 1.110 to lie set llIll'l with them ni x
J M Mitchell ___ _Mirrtiant Drumrl.1 Ocl. 1. 11(20 OrU 1. 1021-- .___ 4 BO 1ft f ----------------Merehanl. (Mt I. 11111 0.. I. O.______ 800 I 10
evenings A4 .lunnlla. Cafe ___ ___________Remauranl OcU 1. 1920 Or,. t. 1921 _.____ BOO 2 BO n Robert.Merchant. 0... I. Ort. I. 11(20------ 450 5.28 they art.
The friends of G. W. AnAA 8 I. Alv..... -.___.______ ___ ___. Barber Ocl. 1. 1920 OrU 1. 1921._._n_ 200 1.00 IIS Smith'- G.... _.___.___ _. __G.r._ 0.. 1. 1111 (kt. I. 11)20------20 110 II" --. .-- --. - ---
many Stokes Ur J C __. .__. ___ __ I. tki. ._.___. O.On 11.00
0 W Walnwrlirhl. A Son _. _. Mrrrhanl Orl. I. 1920 Orl. I. 19?! .. 1110 1 BO I" Wi I'h.I.I.n 0. IPII
(brow Ta.icl .. frvaterental '
are glad to see him out again after A7 Gaiety Theatre ._ ____Mnvinir Picture. (ICI. I. 1920 0..1. 1921..10.00 6(10 Hl.olled __ ____ . __ ._ _ ___ __.____ e
Aft W II Perkln. -------Mrmhant 0..,. I. 1930 Orl. 1. 1921...._ son 1 BO 201 I. L John _.__._______. ...Merchant Ort 1. II" 0... I. 211205.00 1.1 ** vitality an onertfy. by iiurlfytat and' 4rlrlillitf
being confined to his room for about AO J f Klrkliter ___ _____.__ _ Merchant Orl. I. 19PO 0..,. 1. 1''.1.____.,. ROO 1 BO
the Ynil feel
three months. 70 P 8 MrMlllan __________ __ .____Market "I. I. 1920 Oct. 1. 1911...-.,,. 1.00 Wn, H. A. Green, County JII"., and E. W. n.y. Tin Collector. of mild County, dieertlfy I..t van mam H* e
71. Bank of Starke __________ ___.. flank... "rl. 1V 1920 OrU. I. 1921_______16.00 7.80 tlml the fore..nlnit im correct .h. Ihl. the tat of Orto. .. tT I -ii1886- *.
A large number of Lawtey folks attended 72 n Miner _____.______. --_.Merrhant "rt- I. m'O) Orl. I. 11221------ aDo 1 Bn ilvcn under our b.nd and ulTlcIal seal o' County Judea day
the Primitive 711 Sam Itn.rnh. _-__._____ Merrhant Ik.L. 1. 1920 0... 1. 1921_.____ A.OO 8 nn In-c, A. U. 11(21.( W. .
Baptist church 74 N Slornhcrir __ __ _ Merrhant *.".1.1"20 0..1.1..2._______ 4.BO 1 2R R. A. GREEN E. ".nAVF.
about eight miles west of Lawtey on 7n F F Slump _.________________ Mrrrhant Oct. 1. inao\ Orl. 1. 1921 __.___ A.OO BOO (Seal) County Judue. Cul..tur.
1A It nrymrr -________________Roatauianl Ool. 1. lilKO OrU 1. 1921 ____ B.OO 2 no
Sunday. 77 R Murrowa n__.___._______ Merchant (Ml. I. 1920. '0.1.1. 1921 ______ B.OO 1 RO
James II Lowery 78 Ford Raraire __.__.____.nn_ 11....... "'. I. 1920 OrU 1. 1921 -___.__10.00 Buninn
was transacting I 79 C II John. .____.____ ____ ___ .Market "rtCnnatimrr. 1. 1020 Orb 1. I92I-_ n__ B.OO i
business in Jacksonville Wednesday, HO .. Ttimlior Co __.T.h.1..10...,. Oo1Cnmtumcra I. 1920 0.... 1. 1921 -______IB 00 7.nn
Mr. and VIsa I.nmlier Co __ __Merehnnt (rt. I. 1920 Oct. 1. 19l_ _____ 4 BO 12R DAVISINSURANCE 1
Mrs. 1
V. R. Reddish and A M Partly __ MerrhantI 1020 Ocl. 1, 1921 4 BO I
Mrs. Henry Bennett went to New I B.HM H (2 i Manm -:::::--:_ -_- ::::: Merchant:: : fMl.: 1.: 1920: OcU 1. 11121::::::: Rim 1 BO I

N II (lull. __ ____ .___Merchant IML I. 1920 Oct. I. 1921_______ 450 !2.25
River on a fishing trip the first part fin Spoiled n_. ______. __._____.___ ____ I

of last week.J. 8ft Kiirmnn ft Rnoonnn .- MnrlietMr. Ort. I. I9n (Irt. 1. I 1021-- __-- B 00 2 Bn 241/2 Million Dollars
I 87 S W Smith __n.M..h.". OcU I. 1020Orl. Orl. I. 1921....._ R 00 I.BO
R. Eddina of Gainesville was PRNO A I) Andrew., A Co _ .__... ..MerchanlWeaver I. 1920 0.... 1, 1921 _______ A.OO n oo I I
transacting business in Lawtey last Print Co ...Merchant llnnrvlal (...t. I. 1020 Orl. I. 1H21______ H 00 1 /Bn
IInV r Whltten A Co ____- Merchant (.l. I. 1020! Orl. I. 1921__. ___. 4 BO 2 PR l Invested by Employes
Thursday. 91na 8 T Dnwllnir ___I ____. ____ Merrhnnt Orl. 1, 11120 0... I. 1921_______ 4.BO 2.2B I
M. L. I I.llke llutlrr Telephone ('0. __._ ..._____ ill
Loadholtz of Jacksonville Telephone! Operator.Cltlren. Orl. 1. 1020 Orl. I. 1921_____13.00 n no i
visited his family here Friday.A. nq Rank of Rnlford ._ Ilnnker..Jnhn Oct: 1. 1020 Orl. 1., 1021.1500 7 Bill of Swift & Company
04 Kellev (Jnra 'fl I, 1520IrL I 1921 moo B 00 STARKE
R. Bowden of Jacksonville) was 015 Mm A 1, 'It-h-----M..': : Ort. 1. 1920 Ort: |. 1921 ::::::: .100 l.BO I I ill

a visitor here Sunday.C. I 110V H Wlllinm. _._________.____ _Barber oru i. loan Ort. 1.1.,21 _. ____ 1.110 .no i .
or II W Kerre _____ __n__ .__ Merrhant Ocl. 1. 1020 Oct. 1, 1921- ______ HOOOrl. 1/11I1/ I' -- ---- ----- --- -
R. Sapp returned to his schoolin (IB .I I. 1)ln.. __ _______ ___ __Merchant. 01t. 1. IAZO ...t. I. 11121.___. __ n 110 150 1 I I HIUF'1 Kill "I'III'ATUI'
Starke the 99 .1 n IInli ____-. ._ _ Merchant ta'l.. I. 11120 ....t. I. 2921-----' 800 ) .611( "t:i i More than 21,000 employes of In, ,'1. :.".1. Ir l' .,. Klvh'hhitlirlnl
first of the week after 100 r.., F".I Csaur nU'_ __nO 0nreor art I 1.1\12\1 (10'1. I. 1.,2110.00 n nn Clmllt., lll'mtforU Cijunty In Chilli.
1 I' _. _Shm. !Shen' Oat I 111211 Or I. 1 I. 1021------- lien
spending the weekend at his home 101 F n..n-n".w..h I. 2.601, Swift & I -err
.102 llumplnn Slnl.. Bank 1lnnkrm Or I. 1. 1II2n U.1. I. 11121 ___ .la"n Company own or are paying Mn.ui I Klrhlllnr mill I. W Kli-mitor, lirrtiimhnnil. r
|1111\1! .1 F. Ilnunrr __ ____._______ 11..1 F"'n' Ur' 1 1.11120 U.1. I. 11121. ___ ._1000 i: oiiniiilniliHltlM.v. .
here.Mr. : 101 .T F I'1..h.. ____ ._"l ,...t. I. In20 Or' I I. 10211100\ 111I : for shares in the business. These
and Mrs.
E, E. Rurney and children Ion! .1 V.,....... _ ._n. 111. .hn..1 Orl 1 1. 1.,211) 0'1 I. 11121 ______ 1108 1 HO I In IIill. rl' N MIII "i-r 'nilnut
were visitors to Sampson lake IAn( I 1 Wllkln..n Cnrnve Ik 11 1.1.,20 0.,. I. 1921IOOn no : ; men and women have attested II Hiifu'itiliit', liy RlFiilnvIt mipriulril tfi II,.
107 d 1\ harden ._____ _ Mrrchent Oct I I. 111211 0.,. I. 11121- ._____ 460 2.26 I' hill Illril In "Mi," nlniti mlril r.ii.. tlml lilvrrt .
Thursday ion 111. M..ry F. Iluntrr -. r.Drnvuet I their faith in the integrity and goodwill NUnn th' .> ilcrrnHunt tlnntn itHmril IN anon
J. E.: of Orl I 1. 1"2n 0k I. 1 I. 1t/21. _____ BOO 1110 ni Thi-de Waldo was a visitor inn W T Saxon __. ''' ''". Orl. I 1.1.,20 ...t. 1 I. lIi21.. _____ 11.00 t.nnin ( : of the by investing I llnrt'ijth'tiri of the .,1.1 frliilniil In nn.kliiiwu. .
to Lnwtey Friday. I noin lI"n"'on" N.vnl Sierra. en company i iI Mint I. ."
Larramorc Hhoden of i Turpentinr Still. \ O.-t. 1 I. 11'2\1' Ort I I. III21.lInoo no I their savings in the business. I ri.nin il \I.> >li-n" Turf nnfrri'il that, .wld rwmr.Hlilrnl .
Jacksonville U... ______ : rniiliinl' Ink and I. hurcliy. '
H"moon 1..vol Rtorr. rn . "?.rh..1 I. 11120 tht. I. 11121 8.110 l.n'ito ) required ,1
spent Sunday at the home of his father 11211S .1..n. M..II --.Turpentine Still Urt. I. IIIZO n'l. 1. 1021 ___ __Inoo on II I, I I BIIIWIIiI I I"> lh hill .if rmiinliilnl Hh.| In aaldmunr ,k
Senn l1.u. Co ..----Merchant O.u".IM' Ur'. 1 I. IV2n 0.. I. 1"21'-_ ._..__ Ann 1 miI mi 1,1 .lirfon MmiflHr. Ilia glut ilnr of
near Lawtey. 1114 1 W M Bryan __n.___" __ .Mrh."I fI..t. I. 11110 0... I. 11(21----( S.IIO I 180 Their holdings represent a Niivi'inlHT \ |I' llr/l I. .ilhrrvlitr the .1.-...
Primitive Baptist preaching services 'IG .r 1 n Snpn __..______.___.____ 1II..h..n. fir' I. IOII:! Or' I. 11121..__.__ IU'' l no I I II Huhi.r( n nlI 1 hill will hv Inkrn HI o.. ." 0
lilt C A 1."lIn. u'_. __.. __ Or. I. 11120 .'rt. 1. 11121. ___.__ 11011 1.RO I i iR total of nearly 250,000 shares, the l> HHld drffnihililII +
were held at the home of E.: J. 117 !'1m It h'. ,tnrnve; __._. _____ O..n" nrl I. 1112n Orl. I. 1.,2110110 IIn' I"y l I. fiiilli.i nrdi rod Ihnl tide or.l.-r. W pub.
Itohprta 118 11 M TMwlmg __.____ __ --Mrrrhent 0.1. I. 1020 0... I. 10.1---? ann l MIl I par value ($100 a share) of which I..1 fni, Htfht runiM'Ciillvi.' ...k. In tha
Saturday evening no 1..1... nrrry Co ___."l Or' 1 I. 11120 (rt I. 11121_ '__'__ 8.1111 mi .. .' Ciiiinfy'' 'rflrirritpli' a niwiiaiir| | ,, .
Noah Butler of Jacksonville) visited 120 .1 I) R..n.11. _-___..u_ _____. M.n' net I. 11120 Or'. J. "'21___..__ 8.011 Iln is more than $24,500,000. ll.linl' in. ualil riiiility nml Hlntii..
121 JI Davin. A rn ..._________. In.urenro. n... I I. 1020 Or.. 1 I. 1021--_ __ 2 no I I' 1 IhU Hnili'iiih.| 21., I 11121!I
relatives near Lawtey Wednesday.Miss 122 .T II Devle A 1'0 __.._____.----Ineuranee. ( I. 1.,20 On. 1. 2021.-__. i I W AI.HHItMAN.:
Emma: Prevatt was visitorto 1211 .T II Tlnvie Irr 1'.. _._____.___--na..renre. (.... I. 1020 Or.. 1. IV21_____. I I (Nrall Cli-rk I Irriilt, ('..un
a i1M! .1 II IewIe II rn ___ _.-___ _- Iee..renre 0.1. I. 1\l2n 0.... I I. 11121______ These 21,000 represent more II', < A K N't.IT.',
Starke Friday. 1 1'2A J II Ievle Irr rn ____.________..Insurance .IrL I. In20 Orb. 1. 2021.______ sun |. .. Clerk. s
Paul Diiikins lPft; .1 II Dnvle. lit Co _____.__ __ .In.u..n..o 0.1. t. 10211 Ott 1 I. 11'21.__.__. 250 i> I than one-thud of our average I II J INI.II'1!
of Jacksonville! spent 127 H C W..II ___._...__n__ ____Inenranrn.. 0".. I. 10211t.. I. 11I2L._____ sun H.I.I..r 1''I.I"ln."t t.I.UI-I-11
Sunday with his 12 C Well .inaurnnne ()'t. 1. 1110 (Ml 1 1921---- 2.50 number of employes !Ii
120 :: C Wall ::::::::::::::.:::'-ins Irene Art.: 1: 1020: (Mt: 1 I: 1921-: : :::: 2.:iw> NOTK K Of AI'IM' ICA1KIN Poll TAX IIKRDIINIil '

Mrs. W. M. Redding! and daughtersleft l 1:10: 11 I' Wall n__. .. .___ ._ ._..Inenrnre. Or I. I. 10110 0..1.1.1.,21. ______'UI I It HrdlON hilt (IF 'I UK I
for Jacksonville the first of the 11 C Wnll __._____.__ ____.__ _.Ineuv.nre 01. I. 1920' O.(. )I. 11121 _..._ 2 nn i One out of in t.t.NKKAl' HTAII11KHIfrri'hy
1:12: "I' Wall .__. .______...__. .__'n.o' , (hrL I. 11120 0.1. 1 I. 1921___.__ 2.00 man every three pal Ice In thai T. J. Aldrrman.liurrhaNrr I
week where' they will reside. Mr. 1"3 H C Well ___. ______.______..In.uranre 01. I. 1020 (k.1. I. 11(21.-__. _. 2 MI office branch of la .Iv.n| rrrlln>*Uia nuinlirmlrvmivrtlviily
Redding 1"4 II C WHII _____ .__._____ .___I".u.nn. O'l. I. 1"20 (h'" I. 11121__.____ plant, and house, 2(1.( 21, 09. 02, 12. 112 and: : 204. ::1
is recovering from a 'innHill: -Turpentnr' Mill O.1 1. 191'n n... I I. ''P2t. ._____It5 on 17.nn I UHunl' hy the nnlhrtnr ( f Mradfurd fffiiin !
severe illness will join them in a few rn ____. ._ 1\I..h. (Opl. I. 11(91 05.-I. I. IP21______. 8.nO from the handworker on the floor Iv. Kliirlila. alii.rrrlinralra >l 1.ln" dal..l July (y'.' \
m'' A C RI.I.kl."oI ._ ____. ._ ---lnauranc. O.t. 1 t., 10211 ,.... 1. 1021--_..._ 2.8n 7lh 1UIII, ha. fllrd datd ocrlllli-aUfa In mriffiri '
days. in* Oen 0 Jemis nu_-__ ._ ...1"M'"n. O..t. t. 21190 0.. t. 102).2) nn 1 i to the brain worker at the desk: ; I I and mntl, aiiiilhmlhin" ru tai tired ,',

J. S. Eunice;: is having:; a house builton inn no F C 1.M l'rrk;Jnhn-a -S.n--, --::----:::--: .-Real- "fawner 1'.trte' :)Irt et. 1 I.: 12)20 102rt.:: (Irl: 1 L: 1022.--10.00 1(221-10,00: R.nnn.nn working with us as well as for us 10 Haiti hmiir'tTlHtralm. arflordanea. niiiiiirUvrly, with I...rmhrariM tharulliiwltiu '

his farm about three miles north HI ". P: T C n f,"" ___._' I''hrdeLn Or'. 1. 1\120 0... I. 1921..10.nO R.on: html In llradfiird vwunty, l-lnrlda, ''I' ,

of Ijtwtey where he expects to move 143tH II- g M M Inmen Inman :::::::::_. :_:_:.Itrl. :.Ineueanrr Fwlna :;;:: :: IPYO 1920 ((),.l: 1 1: IN21 INYL..1::_::::IO.OO 2.10 n nn devoting himself to his own busi- : I .nHMi'Mtrd. nt In the the duds iiHini'ii if the resin.1/wdy lakuanrv, of hcrvln Much

within few days 0 111 Inmnn _._______._._ _.ln.urnnra 0"1. I. 11120 Oct. 1. 11121. ______ 2.MI while himself t .'.UI..t.. .. .. art to-wltl,
n 11B14fl 11 M T"m.n .__________. _ _1nMu..n. 0.,. I. Hp0 (at I. 11121.._.___ g.R'l8.RO ness devoting to ours ; ( 't.. rllflralr' N. 2(1( .mh.furlh... HdiithWMt Ouarrr j
L. D. Porman of Jacksonville spent 0 M Tnm.n ____________ _. _. In....."... IMI. I. 1"211 Orl I. 11.21:. I ______ 0' Nirll ..l Marlrr .A North Half (if .
HT14H 0 M I"mnn ..__..__. ..- _ Inn.Irenre (2.1 1 I. IP2\1 Ort. I. 1021 __._ a./no promoting his own interests in f; tloa.rtrr. Hi'O. HL 'III. n. H. K. Ill E..
Sunday at the homo of Mr. ,and l !Mrs. H.'h..t
._ ._ IIr' 11120 0... j
A 7. A.lkl" __ __n .lawvrr I. I. 11(21.------20.00 6.(,Ill I 17(1 n. auriuril W II. Nnltlul.Ci'dlllrnli i
Silas Drown near Lawtey. 110 Powell /I 1'0.\1\ _----7'arnennne filII 0..,. I. 1"211 Oct I. 1021.--6500 17 nn every motion or moment saved in t Nn hi rinnrariii Sinai(tenet Qnar*
_ . nrl. I I. 1(12(1( ..... _. __ .
l UO I'o'pil .a l'.woll __ .M..h.n' 1 I. 10fi 5.110 160 1'r ,il Houlhrant, Hnr. kill '1 5. A.K .
Mrs. Charles Strickland of :'Starke I IM1PI2 I 0 1 I. 1'111..0.' ._-_.__. __ .. 61eiehnt ''''1. I. 1..211 art. I. IV21__...__ ..110 1210 every product improved or maintained I I 1M.:.. 10'd J. J. Hrannan p
visited relatives Frida '. .1".. KI' __.___".__ _ ..111..h. (Ire I. 11I2n ..... 1 I. 11121 ______ 5,0 I (noR.OII I r'. rllllmlv Nn.r. rmhraoM, Nfirlhrant (
near Lawtey ) __ .___ ____._ Lawycrrchnnt Or' 1. 11(211 O..t. I (iiar.
Ili A 1'1' Cow .. I. 22)2110,0 at perfection in service Nnrlhrimt r (Juarlrr, Hoo. C*. Tp. 6, B.
Gus LomlhoHz,, of Jacksonville, 'n3 M A fihw, ._____..__ _____ __ .. .. IIrl. I 192(1rl.. I t. 11.21 . .. 11.\10 l no every I'C' ,IH V.; 40 . amniiiMid J..1. Itrannrn.CcrtlHraU .
spent Sunday in tawtey at the home i'I 111 D'I Iloyrtt ... .___ .. .. M"rchnnt. Orl 2 1.IU20 Oct I. 11121-.- -_._ 100 I.AII'1M rendered through prompt.thorough. I No"r.H l ..h..a.. rum Ml NI fornf
Spollyd bnl.ll V.; Klla I and N
of his parents Mr. and ;Mrs. !M. I. in? F. A 1I..llfr. .. .__ __ M..rrhant Oct. I. 1"20 0.. 1. 11121.._ __._ II no effective distribution of W HIS' thence. 8 alunir line run inn 't,ft., I ,
I IBM F .1 ..__.__ _ Merrent' 110'. i I. 111211 tlrl. t., 10111 _.__ ._ s .0. l.BO products. Kill, lent rl. l.ri. Hi-o IH t, 8. Il.r.21 I
Tp. .
Loudholtz. > 1B9IAO .1 I' Berrr .__ _. .n Mrirhnnl' 0.1. I. 1\1211 tied. I. 11121._ _-___ too 11111 I I MHKCiiiii-d O. C $., 1. "
0 W 111.1.. __ _. _____ -_ M..n'" (let I. 1Y2"" 210,2. I. 11121__.__.. 5.00 l ROl. I I N., .pp.t'urtdlrOM 'i2 embrac Nurtlwaat < .
Miss juar.Ur
Pelln Blanchard visited relatives lilt S 11m. __ '.F;,.rInt, hit., I. 11120 tI... I I. 11151S.00 ./ n, This interested eager group of of ffoiilhi'aMl Quarter uf N.'h..MI ,.
and friends in Jacksonville last 102( Or Ii T Fortnrr .___.. ._. Lh.nllot Oet. 1. IU211 art.. I. _..___. lJO 6.011 11 r Hmilh Half (if North Half of Hnulhw Qua
10.1 J R Fd"lnora: { __..n\I..hl".. lgrnl (J.t. I. 1110 tI.... 1.11/21-1000 Ion fellow partners working with us for (luarl.r if Nnrthwval: Quarter A South Half f" r
TOesday. 104 W n dwarda; __.__. ":amen 0.1. I. Ism art. I. 102L_ .____1" ".. "if NnrlhraNt nf Hdiilhrwit A
Frank returned his homo Is6 W H --- IMIItInt (M1 I 11120 art, 1. 1021.------]000 ( I Il the of & and |j| W. .. Hair "t CJimrtrr Mead. eat Munur' It Quarter H.HIIhcaiit
Wiggins to WIII l. : I good Company (
inni m. Oar; _:::::::. . :_.M.nrh nl (Mt, 1.: 1050 I.: 1921.M1On Rn Swif Quartrr a North Half nf Snulh Half nf Hiiuth.wnat .
in Jacksonville ____ __ .M..rh.n' (...t. t. 1020 Oct. ____.._
Sunday after spending/ 7 I'on..n II hrigMrm I. 11121 440 V.XR Uuarlrr uf HW 1-4 uf
IAft II V 1I..un _______ ___ ._M..h..t. (kt1. IVIO Or. I. 1821__..__ //1110 the public we serve, constitutes tar nf rkiulhwrat Quarlvr. A South yuar- .
Half ofNurtlwant
a few days in Lawtey visiting rela. ____ __. .l\lerchnnl OWl. 11120 ( __
loll I'll Ndrra ___'_ I. Ht. I. loll.- 41111 7.2ft I Quarter of Houlhrwt
tives. no T.uh.I. Howe. _._...__T.r..nll"r H.tll art I t., 1010 '10"t. I. I021..l o" 1 111111'1 one-half of the ownership of Quarter Hi*. U. TV. B, H.quarter It. 29 t of8.uthwrt :..
.__._ .. .Turirrtlne still (I.t. I. I"n 0..1. ,,
171 W M Whltt..n 11'11110.11" 1"/, US anna, aaamrd Unknown.Ortlflrata .
Mrs. Griffis and children __.. .. . lawyer art 1. 1090 IML Swift & in of I
Smiley 172 .Ion 11111( WIIIII.m. -- 192)10,110 S nil Company point num- 112 embra .. tot I nf Illk
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visited relatives in Starke Sunday. 178 II A III.hnp ___0'.0.' or TrMphnnan 0... I. IU20 O"t. I. IIII! ___ .__n.1 (1.25 IV, J. W. .'. '. ."" .V. nf WorthlniclunHrlnu J.'
114 Count AIelrart (: bers and nearly one-sixtn in pointof ., HVca. P
J..d"rd It 112, 55. Tp. 6 l, 8. K. 19 IS
Vernie Williams of Jacksonville, Is I b".,," "r lithe ,c1. I. V20 I 0. 1. 1021-----10.00 I s.on ,; aaneaaod lltiknowii.Wtlllcata' .
115/ 0 M I"m.n __.___.._.____._A..I..n..r (,. 1 I. IP20 I. 1021-----.111.00 6.00 shares outstanding. < No. 204 iinilirlura nil p
upending thin week in Ijiwtey at the 170 Watkins Heck . Sl. 1..hl. I. 1020 (..... 1 I. IOYI__ _.2A"" Ufto owl Unarter .f Nurthmut Uunrtir, S home of her grandparents\ Mr. and 117 R S : _- o.t i.o.IPf9 am. 1. 19412.00 1.601"n J 7. H. K. It2 K. (1(10 acres __..1 Unkrnwn.llnlraa ;
'ncc jl.-:_:-: -Wason Show O .I5.. 51, istl90:(10 10.III! 1 , 'd! rtllli'atM ahall ba ndr dHceiirdliiH '
Mrs. G. W. Stokes 202 0 W :. .._. __ __._ (3d. I. IUI9 (.. I. 192n._.. Ono 18" represents practical and suc- 1u. law tat deed laauw thanes ni. I.{
J V .____ ._. _. Oct. I I. 1919 I. 11)211------- .00 wil von .
201 ". Op. I.SO> Ilir 11th lay nf Onl.I.,, (J. 1V21.Witni. t t
-- this 2(14 T.xnn --.::::::.---Itnttllne- ----- --Mnchanl N'ork, (cl :1.: 1916: : 1.: 1x80---: ::::::: 550 l.RO cessful progress toward the end at I my, urflulal' denature' and .*.1 this
An exchange remarks that 201Sdll R let 1 1519 (0.1. 1 ll ion, the llth dry of $rpt.vnlwr.| A. r.. 1921. t.
G W Sm'llgrove _. ____ M"roha ,.... I I. 1910 0.. I. 11)10--- 590 1. which enlightened modern industry :: W. AUOKItMAN :t .
world is full of "good fellows. And 207 A II (' ____' __"___ __ Lawrrr ,..... I. 110 ,ct 1.1820..10.0 .& (Beat" CJ.: /il: Clrouit, ',, t
I perhaps that is the reason there are 209 .1 M 1 tehrllM.rohsnt. 11..t. (4.4. I I. (..... I. '"0.__.___ 4/ 1.16 jjj is aiming for tho solution of industrial &' .|IO.,4. llrailfurd County,"Florid.NITI'E .
209 I' ___.____.__ .lnllo".. Works Oct. I. 1919 Orl. I. 1920._ ...__ R.nn J ---- -
so many divorces. 210 f C Jones. .____..._________M.reh.nt Ort. I. 11(19 ,.... 1. 1120-----1.11) 2.96 ---
Ill I C WbinaonMotion Picture 8h.. ,".. I. Into OM. I. 11.lo.OO 6.0HB.dn J problems-toward cooperation, B. F'nt IMJII1.ICATIOVU. I.
212 I' I. Perk &n .R.'al Faat. )Males pct. I. 11119 fkt. I. land. Ol. (lam avllu. Fin, A..t. 4

Study the faults of your neighbor.It 21* R T Tal.'ph"n..__ __ _Co.awnmm _.._ Merchant. (let. I I. 15111ct 1.110 11.lo.no___'_4.1 2.J.- mutuality, brotherhood in business I 18.N.U.1921. la hcrehy nlv( .n that Jamva Auoln .

may teach how to avoid committing 2142in lake for the good of all. (if Htark, 'lirlla.l who un ... ,' : .
you ( Oat 1 1920 Orl.
.r 1 I. I 1"211.0 (I M) 1917 mad hnmmuad entry.. No. furHotllhweiit
the same offenses. If Rrymer ____. .- n. ._..\.ur.n. ( ,. .. 1)I2n 'kt. I. .___ ___ 2.10 Quarter. of Hmllheant OIIMA.. , .ea
21* R W Kerr. u___._ .___. _M..h.' I. III OM. I. 7920soil, 2.6" linn 4. Township 4 Buulh Uanita 23 C:, Tallahaane .1.I. .
179 0 I Colon _______ ._. Merhant 'I'. I I 1"0 .ct I. II .._.__. 5.0 l no had Sled notla nt Inlvn'
No Worm in a Healthy Child ISO The Ah.ln Co h_ __ .--- IPao Oct I. 111___._._ lion lr mprhl.n... .
S. proof
All children _bled with Worm.* hiv aa onmlthroolor. IMI 8 H M.J" ___ __. -__.. '.' 0"1. I 1920 <, I I. 111 ___ ._ 4.1. Swift & Company, U. A. fla, m ,. land above year ri .Ih.d.t b..I..111.1
watch 1Dd1....... blood. sad urato. a I" H..I C W.I: A..n. _Flo ''' ". Ital. I 191O fkt I. 121 'u. I. / clerk of th .. courl at Biarkr, .
poor 189IH4 F.I. Short ___. _.-______ .._ __ Mr'h.n. (.t. I. (Act. 1 I. ____ 6.0 thr 24th ".I.ul t'lull.
110 (
then la nor or I_ icomach dltturbuo. I' A Crosby _____.___.--------M.rehant. tIrt. I. l8lO (I.. I. 19216.0 J./ dnlmant ,.. Hiipliimher. IlKM.
GROVE S TASTELESS: ClUU. TONIC tlvea "Kutarl Anderson---Merchant. I. ... ___ non aa
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1" lot twoer tbres WMU will ankh the blood. lOl H "mn J I. ..' ____.___ _ .___" ...h.". O 1 I. 1111 Ort 1 I. 121.- ._ ..0 ISO T A.H. MI.ln.( .,. of of Lawtey l.wlay.,, Klurtda.f Flirlda..

1", hapvov.thedlae.tl0osad.ctasa0e0eral9trenath- I"Ill Jas M._ __ 5.k. 1..10. 0' I I. 1920 (} 1 1"21, "N 1? (l" 041r red H.....,.of Hlarka, Murlila
''t) ratal tlMwhato. mourn. Nature will .hjn 1 AI. Noble ____. ..- f i 1. il.2n lid. I 1'21 I" n S.'mlooo W <; 81a.,, of 8larka. rirlda.HOIIT .
throw off or dfamal the warm.,and UwCbIM will b. Ill* Nall Guard. Amaement. '' I I'!"" 0' 1 1921 I l'w W V'S.
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:1 1 Dekle. t tie! .."ed upon him and .. over. the age oftwentyone leas than I I will give it to -
am. you
: I'uunty) leltgrcpli REPORTS A 1'''''.. It la therefore ordered that '
IIL'IY!' TiS I iri
Mesdames D. I. Illume, P. P. Dekle aid rwtldrtit 1 defendant be and la. hereby required at that price on the same term. you STARK
and Miss Ida lilume were shopping 1fl to appear. to the bill of complaint filed will get from Shears Co."
: In said before ,
eaune on or Monday the 7thI
Published weekly and entered as Lake Butler Friday.L. I WONDERFULGAIN I day of November A. D. 121. alherwlae, the -We'll take It'!" exclaimed the pairin

It. second class matter, at the po..tI G Johnson was a business visitor j I alktratlona by ,of aid aaid defendant.bill will be taken a> confejMtd unUon. "How much down and can Similar Cea .Being .Published Innaeh

I,;: office at Starke, Florida. to Lake iJuuer Monday. I It !I. further ordtrrd that tbla. "order bet you deliver it today" Issue.The
" '= Willie Wilson, who is working in IN WEIGHT t publlnhed one week for four eonneetitfv. foliuw.ns! cane! U but on
. I i wart* In the Bradford County Telerraph. a 'Cash, certified check: or money or- ninny occurring dally lu Silv
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner Lake Butler, spent Saturday night I mwt.iaiM-r, tiubllnhid In aid and
I Thin September ft. 1621.C. county tate. der for the full sum-NOW. I'll giveyou on easy! mater to vt-ni it, V tcuuuot
) and Sunday here with his family. YOUNG; WOMAN ONLY WEIfillFII I W. ALDERMAN an order on my warehouse for a ask fur better pro u

liltAliroitU ASH CLAY COVSl1.S. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, :Mrs. Ken 76 f'UU1'\IS-SOW' UKIfiHS; I (Stall) By C.Clerk.A. Circuit KNIGHT.Court. crated stoic like this sample. Make K. Burrows, prop. of tire vuitlng

f.a:1' 1'of.i-nii EK Waters, Messrs. Will Dukes, N. II. Deputy Clerk. your own arrangements for having it shop, blarke, kale '] J g:
t OfJ 1( JOO AM IS fJAIX- A. Z. ADKINS dUWl1 with my back. U\ery: mot
Stokes, T. J. Dukes and Math Dukesattended Solicitor for Complainant. 9-30-6t-10-28 delivered and ret up. You cannot pet
INO EVERY DAY _ __ wade sent intense pain; lih, i
\ (Continued From Page 1bushclH the opening exercises of our u the stove) from my warehouse until across my back and Into my

} of tweet potatoes this :fall. school Monday. "Before I began taking ':"nl'1c I la herehy prune given NOTICENodes lha'" at tlxlr cell four weeks have passed. Moreover, To UK an>tuing Lea01 even ti

In connection with this plant a syrup weighed 70 I weighv ma ting on September 27. 11>2I.. tin Fount : unless you take the stove away from bend or atralgutcn quickly, cause.
processing plant will be put in to take LAKE BUTLER only pounds. now (nmmiMlonera, In and for ,.....'o.d County : my warehouse within twenty-four my back to twitch. My kldixdldn >
Florida appointed the following
hundred and inapectoraand
one am gaining
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",i care of the sugar cane raised by own- clerks to hold the bond rleetirn in the I' hours after the time when it will be 't act a. freely as they should
" en of the adjacent farms. The can I ery day," said Miss LaRue Davis, of veral vat'nv "....,Inet. of! county onTuetday. and the secretions: appeared abnor
Lake Butler, Sept .-The O. E. S. the IKth day of Ostnbtr. 19211 ready for you there will be a demurrage -
ning company has in course of construction I Chattanooga, Tenn."I No. I-I.a..try the rail- tual. 1 felt weak most all the time
I charge at he same rate
met Tuesday evening in regular business
fifty comfortable cottages bought: my first bottle vf Tan- R. A. Klanchard J. G Godwin Jaw .*<-d- and bad no ambition. Finally I
session. II dial Inapectura. <5. II 1'....... Clerk. road charges for goods left in their
I for the occupancy of their employees. lac at Gas City, I ml., and it helpedme : Na 1-fltarae (North) learned of Doan's Kidney 1'lllu andculnn.euced
It in estimated that the plant will D. W. Borum, of Genoa, spent Sun so much that I continued using T. 1'. Wall." J. A. Howe. M. F. Drown In. care. And in case some cart of the to take them Thy
give employment to 200 persons day with his family. apeetoral T. N. Kendrirk. ClerkNo. stove should be missing: get broken krrtiKlit me ck relief and
it. I have always been very delicate |-Btarke (Sooth' ) ; qu ouoo
The operations of the Florida Farms Mrs. T. II. Rimes of Miller, was n and suffered a great deal from stoni-. A. W. And.-r.on. Arch H. John, D. C. through any cause, don't come in here I 'Aila trouble entirely disappeurcu

.j r and Industries Company at Lung guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. C. ach trouble and rheumatism. I rarelyever Jonea. InMpectorai Ne.J.4 Graham L. Peek. CJerk. or telephone me about it. Take the .l 8. deae.lI.: l.t,>ii'

Branch and Bordenvillc constitute Strickland. H D. Wudin. W. T. MrE.... Ctiealey Fore longest way-write me a letter. WhenI simply' ak for a kidney remedy 'geiDuuii
11 something entirely in the line of had any appetite and simply, ] InaHctor Frank Ahemathy. Clerk. Kidney Pills-the name that
new Margaret/ Ollie Mae and Torn Townsend 'I N.U.mpl.nJa..e get around to it III write again, i a
land promotion and colonization. It Jr., are visiting relatives at Pa- could not relish anything. I fell ofT Alexander, Vernon Jnn... R. H. Hall. telling you that two weeks after I Mr Durr'wllJlad. Foxter-.MIlburn Cu.
il i not one of the old schemes to unload latka.P. iI until I only weighed 76 pounds and I In..lon; A. M. Willlnme.) Clerk have ultra, Uulta.u N. t'.
N. ' received payment for those parts j
cheap and inferior lands, but has was so thin I looked perfectly awful.
i D. W. Moore H. IX May. C. A. Young-blood
M. Barefoot of Brooker motoredto
them at
can get by
been planned with a view to Belling This I. the condition I was In when I ImilM-ctora R. C. Hefhenter.. Clerk you my : ,
Lake Butler last week. Ne.. T-New River. warehouse. Just give: me your money
the newcomer land of good quality atC began taking Tanlac. G. W. Andrew. n. W. .
1 : Kelly. M. J. S.
a reasonable price, and then seeing to Tom Osteen and Mr. Baxter, ofBrooker Inapectora[ 8. M, Crew*. Clerk. now and I'll book your order for the
in town last week. "Oh, I feel BO dnferent now. Even! Ne. Brooker Home Builder andContractors
it that he has every possible help to were .' stove.
. L. A. BrownJ. V. Fdwarda A. B. Sur.rcncy
. make a success. It la well worth the R. M. Price, of Gainesville, was a my complexion Is improved. My appetite Inupvctora. J. I. phriver. Clerk "Why! "hy1!! Whyll"!! splutter the

'; time of anyone to go and see the guest: of Mrs. D. F. Floyd Sunday. He Is good end I can hardly get Chairman Board of J.County M. BKOWNLEE.Commuwlonera pair, "we thought you sold stoves for

masterly manner in which Mr. R. L. was accompanied home by his little enough: to eat. Tanlac is simply grand Bradford County Florida. so much down and so much a month, I
I Dowling and his corps of lieutenant ,daughter Maggie Price. and I can truthfully say it is the only Attest"
G. W.
and our neighbor told me that you delivered ,
lire handling this great: project. : Sobron Dukes, of Dukes, was a business medicine that has ever done me any I Clerk. It. her stove and set it up, and We can: save you 10 to 25 percent

visitor to Lake Butler last week I j good." I I on the lumber and millwork -
sent demonstrator to show her
FIVE MILE 'I Tanlac ia sold In Starke by Tur- i FARMElTBROWN your for house. We are
Miss Liza Dukes, of Dukes returned about the dampers and the oven!" your
,1 I home after a stay- with his ulster, I Tier's Drug Store and by leading drug- I prepared to grlev you better service
I ; Five! Mile, Sept 30.-Mr. and Mm.P. )fr8. Sarah Douglass.Mrs. |I )KM everywhere.-Adv. "Certainly, my friends, we do these titan ever before and guarantee -

K P. Dekle spent Sunday in Lake Sarah Douglass and Mrs. R. !I I wag down at DeWitt C. Jones things, and more besides; and at that every piece of lumber we
.. Butler of Mr. and Mr. Abernathy, of South Carolina our price. are only a trifle higher
guests Mrs. W. A. Send lists for
F. Rivers and babies spent the day hardware store today and he was selling ship. us your
Dekle.I [ has accepted work in the high/ school. than those of the mail order houses.
with Math Dukes last week. ', one of the steel ranges to a farm. estimate.
Mrs. P. P. Dekle of Five Mile, spent But at the offered for
Misses Mae Duke, Norma Dekle and you me
Sheriff Epperson and Judge Greene' er and his wife, and I never got such
/ Friday with her sister, Miss Marshall this dove I
cannot afford to do
Ruby Proctor, who are pupils of the any
k a good on the catalogue
of Starke, motored to Lake Butler on eye-opener
Lumber Co.
Lake Butler high school, spent the Proctor. house business before as Mr. Jones more for you than Shears Co. The Perry .
.week-end with homefolks.F. Mrs. Harry Long, of Five Mile, ex'ptin.of: course, to WOUld'1
Mrs. W. C. Townsend spent Saturday pave us. Now set down and I'll tell ")louse Bill Specialists"
L. Drawdy and son, Ardell, attended in Jacksonville spent Monday the guest of her sister. you all about it. this chance to buy from an
.. the Primitive Baptist association returning Sun- Mrx. J. M. Mann. j of the stove itself, instead of :from a I
day. I II it, says the farmer, I ,
t. in the Wateroak section Satur- | Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bielling and picture in a catalog. So at that, you
"but there's
one in the catalog thatShears
Rev. J. D.
(" day and Sunday. I Major delivered an interesting brother, of Providence, motored to our I | see, I'm your better friend, even when ,
sermon at the club room Sun- I Co. sent that looks just asI I! Only One "BROMO QUININE"fo
town Monday. you buy from me mail order basi.
Five Mile school opened Monday on a
day and good and costs less-and Is for full LAXA-
morning evening. ] I get the at'uulut'.11 name.
A daughter was born to Mr. and ..
Mr. Stokes and Miss Dukes BHOIHOOUlMlIsB. LookforaiimatuteolS.
teachers. ravE
Fay del le Stevens, of Ocala, is Visiting Mrs. DeWItt McGill Sept. 22nd. I money these days""Do I They took the stove. I W. CKOVB. Cures Cold In OD..D.". atop
Rowan Johnson is confined to hi. I
Mildred Roberts this want to | x>ua-l" and beadacbe, and work- -old. 2Jc
lied with week. i iI A. E. Proctor spent Monday at you me /get a picture
a severe attack of rheum-
I Brady Green, of Miller, moved his Sapp. I of this stove, or wouldn't you rather .i
tism. His friendshope he will soon family into his home recently purchased -:, inspect the real thing? Look at each. -
,., recover.
from Mrs B. P. Wilson. j ORnER FOR PUBI.irATlOV This stove is made by one of the oldest
";_ :Scott:; Andreu iind Dr. Collar, of Mrs. F. C. Elmer and little granddaughter '( In Cl..ul'o.rt. State' of Florida. Eighth Ii houses in America, and is guaranteed GENERAL INSURANCE
Brooker, were visitors here Monday.( Judicial Circuit. Bradford County In Chance
: of Jacksonville, are guestsof ryidli. every inch of the. way; and you
Mrs P. P. Dekle spent Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs J. E. Harper. . Mnnnlnir.Complainant.. ,j know where to find me, too, don'tyou HAROLD C. WALL
with Mrs.
Plume. Elmer Adkins spent Monday In \m I ) ?"
William Dukes George. Mannlnir
N. II.
Jacksonville. D.*f(>nd>tlt. I "Yes, they agreed grudgingly "but STARKE FLORIDA
were here Monday on business. Moan It Mpiwftrlnir. l>y affidavit appended to thirMil we'don't ,
Hewitt and calculate
of to
Five much.
son, Mile, filed In the abovvntatud caiuc that OaraeMannlnir. pay so
Mr. and Mrs n. L. Duke spent Friday !- were transacting business in town on . the defendant therein named, la a.rfMldffit "No more need you. Even Shears FIRE, LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
evening with Mr and Mrs. P. P. or the. state of Florida, and conceaiahimvif .
Tuesday. 10 that prime,., of autipoerm, cannot could not afford to sell this stove for

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Realizing the importance of service in connection with drugs and to better enable us to give the BEST service we have

i, disposed of our soda fountain and will in the future devote our entire time to compounding and dispensing drugs, ve call for and

deliver prescriptions also pay postage on out of town orders. When you want a prescription filled and delivered, when you

i want a bandage for a wound, you want it RIGHT AWAY not an hour later.

We inted to give the BEST SERVICE, BEST QUALITY: as well as QUANTITY in the future. Phone us and,

we will mail your order if out of town and if you live in town we will deliver it at once. k X

There is a perculiarity about the month of October and January of this year and one month of last year. WHAT IS !

IT? The lady or girl who tells us this peculiarity we will present them with a $4.50 BOX OF STATIONERY, the first :

i man or boy telling us the month last year with the same peculiarity we give a box $2.50 CIGARS or an equal value of :

':' anything in. our store they might prefer. .,

In order to get acquainted with new customers and better4' acquainted with our old customers we will have a Special Sale each MONDAY and SATURDAY

of October ten in all. We wish to say that we are not and do not expect to run a CUT PRICE STORE. These ten sales are merely "get

auquainted" Sales. We will offer the following for Saturday, October I 1st and Monday, October 3rd.

t GOc Syrup of Figs ______-____-_______________ .48 30c Porter's Healing Oil _u__________________ .22 lOc Ivory Soap, 13 for________________________ 1.00
fiOc Pepsin ______ ___________________ .48 .
Syrup M 25o Cherry Cough Syrup.+-Nyal's _____________ .19 5c School Tablets, 6 for______________________ .25
t V.. COc Liver Tone ----.----------____..._____*;___: .48 25c Pine Tar Cough Syrup-Ny-al's ____________ .19 5c Spelling Tablets] 6 for_____________________ .25

$1.00 Tanlac ----------------_______ -l.l::: _..: .87 75c Milk of Magnesia-Nyal's ________________ .57 5c Examination Blanks, 6 for__________________ .25

r $1.00 Wine of Cardui --------________________ .-87 40c Milk of fagnesia-Nyal's] ________________ .28 5c Pencils, 6 for____________________:________ .25

$1.20 Pierce's Favorite Prescription _____.:.._____ .96 30c Nyal Tooth Paste _________________u_____ .19 lOc Book Straps _________________________::___ .07

# $1.20 Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery_______ .96 30c Nyal Corn Remover ______________________ .19 25c Book Straps ____________________________ .18
jt $1.20 Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound ___ 96 $1.20 Nyal's Cod Liver Oil ______________ ____
------- .96 $1.00 Crane's Linen Paper ____________________ .78
m" 25c Black Draught ______M___________________ .19 65c Nyal's!' Cod Liver Oil _____________________ .43 75c Box Linen Paper ________________________ .58

30c Simmon's Liver Regulator ________________ .19 60c Mulsified Cocoanut Oil ___________________ .48 50c Box Linen Paper ________________________ .38

: 30c Drew's" Croup Salve -------_______________ .19 75c Wynth's Sage and Sulphur ....-_____:_______ .62 25c Box Paper ______________________________ .18

25c 666" --------__________________________ 19 lOc Palm Olive Soap, 13 for___________________ 1.00 50c Pound Paper ____________________________ .35
Ox Marrow Pomade -_______________________ .19 lOc Colgate's Guest Soap, 13 for_______________ 1.00 WAR TAX EXTRA



We will endeavor to tell you each week .inhthis paper of our Special Sales during October.

*, Make your purchases Saturday and Monday of each week at our store and save money.

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-- the season. ant teachers of the school, pent the was visiting in town Tuesday. Sunday .,.

week-end with their parents at Prov Messrs. A. I). and \V. 11. Andrews, I Several from here attended" church t .

Saturday afternoon the U. D. C. idence. ; were visitors to Sanderson Wednes services at Watoroak Sunday.

Bits of Local gave a food sale and made $32. The Mrs.. Yr', M. Thomas, of New flyer : Charlie Shaw of Baker county, was

I I committee who conducted G. Powell this Miss sale visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. day.Mr.. und Mrs. Jacobs were visitors i visiting here Saturday.
Mrs. ,
: I were Etta Tison, Mrs. "', J. Epperson, E. Thomas, Sunday.N. to Luke City last !Sunday und Mon I Misucs Lhtr.le and Alice Crawford,

Information JIb I Mrs. J. M. Crownlce and Mrs L. A. II. Stokes was a business visitorto d"y'Dr. I II \Vutcroak, were visiting here Saturday 1

UII'i. Ijike Butler Saturday. 1 W. "'. Farnell, of New Smyrna afternoon. ,

t di..neAy".... .... Ie G.W". ?c.N...).., .. _.,M.T._,. ..4 Inman Harrison, of Worthington, joined his wife here last Wednesday, I !Mrs Reid, of Tampa, Is vl.ltinjfhl'I' F
66b cures Biliousness. attended the sing Saturday afternoon. who has been here several days. They this week. e

B. E. Brown made a business trip loft Thursday for Lake City where Miss Annie Ritchinton returned to

-y. --.. The long drouth was broken by a I to Jacksonville Saturday. t they will visit Dr. F moll's patents her home in Sanderson Sunday after '
shower and rains a
For better prices see Bryan.Mr. Walnut street is nearing completion good Sunday more Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas vIsited -. for a few da>'s. noon I r
j I have fallen since then. The water
has saved the potato crop and helped their daughter., Mrs. J. M. Mott, Mr. Cox of the state julnon farm, I Mr. and Mr*. W. II Andrews and i 1
and Mrs. DeDitt C. Jones spent. Bryan is selling for cash only. Get the cane and our farmers are busy of Lake Butler Sunday was in town Saturday afternoon. little son, John Arthur, were visitors

Thursday in Jacksonville. I I before his prices on Flour Sugar and Meats with sowing! !garden vegetables. It Scehcr Stokes was a business visitor J. I. Moody, of Manning, spent last to Sanderson Sunday nft or noon. .

I I you buy. also revived the strawberry. plants, to Providence Friday afternoon. I I Several of our young folks attended A. U. Andrews was a visitor to t
IJub-My-TUm cure sores.E.
| -. :..!_ Ulions. Fever.W. and made more planting possible.MR. Dentil Thomas is visiting his sister j the show at the state prison farm I, Jacksonville Sunday. ..

L. Wilson is still supplying Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of New Riv { work end with hill family\ here I IEustin A. R. Dowling, of Lake But.or, f '

Starke with succulent turnips. M. Bryan has had some struc- DUNHAM KETl'KNSRev. Crows, woo is teaching the spent lust Saturday here attcndiii' to

i lures torn down in the rear of hi* er.A.. J. Lanford, of Bradentown, visited Johnstown school, spent last weekend business.Messrs.. )
Morgan Darby Is in Daytona visiting |I store, and in their place Contractor A. E. Dunham writes from relatives In this section last week at his home here Cribbs and A. D. Andrews t.
his sister, Mrs. Geo. W. Marks. ". T. F. Hemingway is erecting a precI Syracuse, N. Y., that he will be in business visitors .
: ', J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was in this Saturday night. I wore to Starke M >nday.
I sing club building. Starke in time to hold services at SLMark's .
community Tuesday. | Mr. and Mrs Clifford and .
church at 11 and
Turner's Sunday a. m.,
Look for IJijj Display I 7:30: p. m. I IMr I T. H. Rimed made a business trip children, of Itrooker, wore visiting'' r'i
advertisement in t this issue. Horace Wilson, a student from '
I Starke at the University of Florida, Dunham has lately undergone I, to Gainesville Wednesday.RAIFORD her mother, Mrs. Conner, near bore, Cold! Cause imp and Influen r
IAXATlVrlROlO: : OinMNCTililmi: .'. .1.
1 and his friends eel *
an operation yraute.
many 1- - - --
Powell & Powell are shipping naval Gainesville, is mentioned as assistant There !I. only oneon" OL ,i.e.. '
stores in carload lots. I business manager of the "Gator," a I I glad over. his quick_ recovery. 'II i II I t.: W OKOVE'S ..."..,....,nn Nil. SOuI yIIUYAN

Bring Bryan your Eggs and Chick. | university paper. I 1 I GARDEN PARTY_H__AT LAWTEY w 'j I Raiford, Sept. 30.-Messrs. W. II. fENT-A-WORn o R I ,'\" M oriiix In Mummy Clill..

ens. | The United Daughter of the Confederacy Andrews, Shepard Moore, Jim Howling .rhtliht'n tnmliln! with Wntnm have p jhiuiuliy -
I The Ladies' Aid !Society of the I vtiU>r. wliUh 1"'h-ell'OIM'' 1,1.t| HI *.
| will meet Wednesday after. I and others attended the ,
!Southern Methodist\ church of Lowtey showingof UCOLUMNUFOR lull1 i >ro Iri imiu '"r 1 I. u Htiuutii'li OlHtui it,*.
666 cure. Chills and Fever I noon, October 6th, at 4 o'clock. Hou- Mary 1'1..kforll in "Ond")' LongLegs" I.HOV, 81ASII 1 1 I.U-vS CHILL\ UIMC sic,',, -
will have
a garden party and serve a ,
teases, Miss Ktta Tison and Mrs. 'k.wdltnakhtbe 4.ini'mno .
A. B. Surrency, of Brooker, was a ther G. Powell. Lu'l cafeteria supper on the lawn of Mrs. at the Gaiety Theatre, Starke, I li"tllilrmlnii,and*if.*.nctu-rulSu! li.nlnil .
W. F. Godwin's home, Saturday, Oct. Friday night., Innlctotlii-utin'o' Ky"li.m. N.arv,,,11. 4inr I
visitor to Starke Tuesday.The Rub-My-Tam for "beUftlat "t" 8th, from 6 to 8 o'clock. Rev. and Mrs. Major, of Lake Butler KENT-Two or throe rooms for !t. <.w"ifi-rt offnr h-nlih.illnoc!l'Io''>rm U..Oll"?inUlii' >('hMv I"!"II. a

Liddon cottage on North Wal- I n.t' T s/ I The proceeds to go for the building were. visiting here Thursday afternoon light hOllllt.ket'pinlIIlrs.. W. A. ...

nue street is being put in good repairby Mrs. W. S. Yelvington :, and little fund of invited.the church. Everybody cordially the guest of Mrs. S. II. Coney Jt* ADOPTS CASH SYSTEM 1

Contractor Uglow. son, Billy, and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, of MRS. WILL GODWIN, Moore. FOR KENT-Furnished rooms, suitable \ -
/ Hastings, spent the week-end with President Indies' Aid. Jim Dowling has recently openedup for light.. housekeeping Mrs. After'eighteen months' experience /
G. W. Andrews, a well known citizen their parents, Judge and Mrs. GeorgeA. a new market in what is known as S. ).'. Hamrlck. It. in the credit 1 business> in Starke, ve \
of the New River section, was a Gardiner. MILLER the old drug store. This is a good location are thoroughly convinced that the

business visitor to Starke Thursday. I and Mr. Dowling being an experienced ROOMS TO RENT-Partly furnished rush system Is 1 best> for our cunto-

| Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Smith, who have [ Miller, Sept. 30.-D. L. Clyatt was market man, It is expectedthat Suitable for light housekooping.Ap- ere nsi well as ourselves. We will I Aggjaogagon
Willie Deckler has returned to his been their
visiting son, Rev. M. L.
] II | a business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. he will make a success. ply to Mrs. J. H. Mourn, Starke. It therefore conduct our business, on mid
home in Jacksonville, after spending j i !Smith, and his family, returned TuesI ,
several weeks at Kingsley lake. I I day to their home In Johnstown, S. urday. Warren Cason spent several days WANTED-Second-hand l cane mill after October 1st, on a strictly rush t
C. Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler in Jacksonville the first of the week. basis. We thank our friends and patrons ( ,
two horse Write! Box 72,
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. i was a professional visitor here Satur Mr. Bennett and little son and Miss\ Johnstown, power Flu. 0-23-31:! for past patronage and solicit

666 cures Malarial Fever. i day. Hitcherson, of Johnstown, were visit- n continuance of same.
Mrs. Lalla R. Chace is having repair ; II I I B. E. Brown shipped a carload of Ing here and at the prison farm last FOR SALE-Charleston Wakofield We learn from experience that wo R

work done to her cottage on West Call at Turner's DrugStore hogs to Jacksonville Friday. Thursday afternoon. cabbage plants. G. C. Cady, Starke run sell merchandise on n closer mnr-

Call street. land I see some "real bargain pri- I Dewey Fralick, of Providence, was Johnnie Greene, of Baker county, fl-2-tf. gin for cash. We will prove this! if

Ires"-Saturdays and !\Ionda'M. ': in this community Sunday afternoon j was in town Tuesday!, !guest of Mr. you will drop In on and lifter Octo-
has moved with his
Xeyit'on I I Mr. and Mrs. J. I... Brown attended and Mrs. A. I n. Andrews FOR SALE-One 11MH Ford In per- her tat Romomhpr, strictly cash j'' t
family to the Pettit cottage, corner Griffin & Johns aro daily receiving
Cherry 0 and Jackson streets. II I cotton. Their good ginning and square church at Brooker Sunday. I Mrs. !Mary R. Jones, r>f Manning, feet running order, now tires, now from that date No books, no tick

I|I dealing being known far and wide I H. S. Miller made a business trip to in visiting tier daughter, Mrs A. D. top, now seat covers, sacrifice price) eta ..

J. F. Kickliter has returned home cotton comes from everywhere, and Worthington Friday. I Andrews this week. $171) cash. Sam Hosonborg, Starkef ItllYAN GROCERY ('0.
after an extended visit to all the south I t,i their gins will be kept busy during Misses Mabel. and Nota Blair assist-! Mrs. Clara Jones, of Glen St. Mary f 11-flO-tf. 0-23-2t.:
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Mrs. W. E. Middleton returned home i> mmmtat >gCBm3a( >c>c m-m .) ) !)!( 'wAammmmmmmmmmmmmi\ >s mmtammmmintnA/mlxuAUntaAgwntntomnwnninmmmwtAlAmmmintAmtAto/ ] ]) ]) mmmmtotolamtnlAmmmmmmtt>mmcAr)Ib1 jI 1

Tuesday after spending several daysin {
Jacksonville.) Gainesville's Foremost Shopping CenterSHINING '

Turner sells everything in the I LIGHTS OF OUR

drug line at a big saving to >' iu.

Mrs. LaMira Gruham came down
from Atlanta Friday and spent several
days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.L. .

Orleans. L.,King where left he will Thursday spend for the New winter : WHICH GETS OFF WITH A BANG MONDAY. 1 1This

term attending the Baptist Bible I
Institute. 0It
666 Cures Dengue Fever. 5.13.20t.I ('OilON ADVANCES.!; : I FAIt.MIOR HOLDS:t 1'110111'-11'11/ !
Of the many real bargains that are offered In this Groat Economy I Event Your money will fo farther
Is the* f the mills IIIIti, ] tfarturcra. Cal tun Is ,'h liighor
rJil during this sale that at time during the last four qt place. COMK: AND)) SIC1J; ; FOItYOURSELF. cry <> nIH0 into -
You Flour and Meat J any years any .
can buy Sugar, uiul bids I fair to reach still higher levels. Can you iill'oid to
nt a bargain at Bryan's.Mrs. r Prices are on the upward trend. "1) uy Now is our slogan, and should be your slogan. wiiil while prices are mlvanclng every day
: Action will not handsome savings. Every: depurtnr'nt with amuzing: bargains.
Monday you greets you TIIKSi: : I'UICSI'lllIel'l.; ( .\' ASII.! : (iOOHS; SKNT: C.: O. U. I
Mollie I'inholster returned to This event will be heralded by women all over North: Central I'lorida with grout joy. COMFIt !

[ her home in Jacksonville lust Friday,

[ after a visit with her daughter, Mrs.L. I4 4
Gen and Mrs. N. A. Butch and II CORSETS

[daughter, Mrs. J. E. Futch, returned This famoUM Corset at lower prices.! Of white cotitilscivntitkully
I Friday from a visit at the State Farm COAT SUITS I i madeto lit properly fi

{with Supt. J. S. Blitch and family. Extra !,('('I"I, your ( hoiceWOMKN'S _

R. R. Wynn is quite sick, having rLANNKI.ETIH COWNH 2 5 9
|been confined to his bed for the past Luxurious affairs are these New Suits for Fall and Winter. You will revel in their true New arrivals Hint. are wondrous values at this un $
ten days. His friends trust that he portrayal of the later modes. Shown in tricotine and serges. Colors of flats' brown, heard-1.f ,.rkt'. Shown In !pink und blue stripes. Well 1, '
made, cut full. Have our Mini Or vill l I
soon be improving.Large navy and in black. Sizes 16 to 42. 1)0 not fail to avail yourself of a offer that will save you several. yt

-- -- you kmfnneYth' Comparative values not quoted. The garments SPECIAL--------------_ _ h___ r
shipments of sweet potatoes spea e se .
eave Starke daily, forwarded by C. $21 95 -z
Durling, E. M. Thomas, J. F. Kick- Your Choice____-___.___.___.--.__..__________..____ With a dash and stylo--touch ,readily distinguishes.
them from the .
ordinary. Material of hatters' plush.t
iter and Griffin & Johns. Chin Chin and brims
straight 1'iincy !pressed crowrm $3.69LONGCLOTH
and square crowns. Colors of brown, navy/ and black. *
Rub-MyTlam kills Infection Extra Special------------------- h j
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II. A. Scott and family, of Huttawe, ..
y., have moved to Starke. Mr. Scott ,
an barber will be
up-to-date and ,
S ound in S. L. Alvarez's shop. j SPECIALS 27 INCH FIGURE OUTING FLANNEL

Those Saturday and Monday 36 inches wide and a popular grade :;.ooo yards of :35c! Figured Outing Flannel sacrificed during this Hale. Shown in a multitude of
y Specials at Turner's Drug Storere of l long cloth. Bought by the cane at
t | money savers. lower prices. Sold at lower prices.Now designs for baby sacaues. women's kimonos etc. Ituv in larire iiiantitU-M and wive. Tell tour I I'll'g .
neighbors of this wonder offer.
yy I Billy Harris, of Dinsmore, has en- I
[ $1.50 Your Choice While SUDDv! Lasta------------- _
1 l |red the first grade of the B. H. S., Bolt ---- - -- - ---- - - -- - - - '
? d is staying with his grandparents, I
r. and Mrs. J. C. Wills.

.1 E Mrs. Othma L. Haynes and little
ughters Sara Hope and Georgia,

*e in Atlanta visiting her parents, Our Highest Grade $1.79 Georgette
r. and Mrs. McLaurin. ..

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Wide Fine
|666 Cures m Cold quickly White black and all colors are sacriflcnd, commencing Mon. A
duy. Iu not fall to Invest III this special' ) !'
The work of extension, offer. Sold at less than cost to lower un- |
building an I 1.2 5)
pairing, plumbing and painting of in innumerable fine check patterns. Single-line and double-line checks. usually large stink. $ \
E. L. Biggs' residence on North Warranted fine grade: Dimities. Several thousand yards are placed on sale but at {i|>wiul, your choice-
such a low price the quantity will soon be limited to a small, number. Seoul for I9c
at if cannot >i ,
samples once, come.
I Quinine. 7:::at Doc ,hot" Ailed T>- Nec4m you -
of Bargain Buy_ .. ._ __ __ _ _ H _ __ -- _. _ ___ h _ _ _ _ ,
It* tonic' and laiBtiw effort U.XA- ..
UROMO QUININE: (Tabu> ran b* taken t
:"h'd.W c.u lna norvnusnrM or rinidog Yard Wide Black Satin Mossulltie I
....,,. E.W.GIovLs.s3.uaeoabr.a 9utitarrh Side Price: yard------------------------------- $1.39 i

Can Be CuredCadarrh Yard Wide All-Silk Black e.'

II la a local iliv "uw greatly >ul1u- Sale Price _____ TII"l.ta$1.49 .
,''..... by constitutional condition Htb yard

me*ritfor* HAUL'S.. require CATAKKH countjtutlonul MB.DIU1Ml treat sale is! to acquaint everyone r Q..orit t '

I *ken Internallyud act thrnui, '' in North Florida with \VilHon's 111 ", .'" Mkt%*-''.. "Wt.:
t fate ktIond on the Mu' I OUR fiurfai- S@fVC@ s2,00llhwk! Satin 1)ueltea., ft9gh'grade -

1M ib'lC'INI':"1u+y.tem." IIAt.L'"VM the" r fnunrliltl'inn A T A K R nSe. I Innir ..! Super-Values. #"" ... '. .. Stile! Price, yard.--_______ ____ _______ $1 .65
. ..... ... . V a.(1NISV'L!
''' Ifl" Hi, i. 'iicnt strength >h" I _" LE."LORIOA 'Ie
lmpravln' 1 h" i "n..r. i health and anl8t. or" ..- --.... -- I It
rat:rrD rnaeiata In done I lt OUl N.ft.p trpeke./ .; I,&t.-. .. I

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I.' U) AUTHORITIES UNABLE 1O thrown in us extras. These dances attract OV LOUBLE GALLOWS send'a friends. regret to learn the -
many best
\ bricklayer on the job, but be- a fool by the noise he makes. I].
CmUl11IB TEUI'SICIIOKKAN the town folk, high school boys of the accident and hope that he will ',I cause the unions limited the number be even worse than he sounds '''')

.. niors IN WEST VIRGINIA ,'and girls! and many university students Murderers of John M. Toggle Are soon recover and be at his post of of bricks that should be laid by a man .
of whom there are about 2,000. Hanged at Crevttiew.Crcstvlew duty. 'I each
4 day, this man completed bioS We have a profound
respect f.
Morgantown, W. Va., Sept. 22- It's a poor night that does not have a "s
quota much sooner than his mates. wisdom and of
West Virginia is dunce mad. of dances somewher.. a certa '.
I couple going on Sept. 23.-Ten thou ZIFF lie added: "The union is holding that izen of this town. He frankly ,.
The hold-ups, riots and strikes here I in the town. I I
I .. and people! gathered here today and man back. lie cannot improve hill that he don't know it all. '
end there have not satisfied the thirst The old dances and the Ziff, Sept. 30.-Rev. C. Crosby, f.t
newer ones witnessed a double execution when position, although he is capable of
til) West Virginia for excitement. which have made the waltz look likea Jake Martin and Putnam Ponsell paid Starke, started a revival meeting at'('I doing much better." Wall Street
Walk mile before
Dancing has been culled upon to add snail's gallop, have neither! entirely 'I' the death penalty at 12:10: o'clock/or Dedan church Sunday night. Journal. a Lreakfug-!
I I and
i:', its share of thrills. The dancing morning you will impro
satisfied some of the more graceful the murder of John Tuggle, a young Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and You will t Itapp.tite.
has seized old and j-oung I university girls. So they have come I who daughters Rhoda and Loml, ard Mr. I, You also aid th'
it man was foully murdered in this can't always tell the calibre of the butcher
cer, and the
, Hut there is always someone to forth in bare feet and fine draperiesonto county while he was on his was to and Mrs. W. II. Shaw and children, of I J; shoe dialer

take the joy out of life. There are I the university campus where his home in Chipley. Seven people Cooter Pond, attended the associationat : ---.

1'fraze, I' lots of such persona In this state, and esthetic dancing has been a fcatuure i Jn the immense crowd fainted, five Union church near Start., Satur- : ";'eJOw

they are mighty active, too. They I of each spring after it gets warm of them being girls one a boy and the day and Sunday. ,

have waged! a strong war against enough to remove all danger of frostbite other an old lady. Messrs. Harley Thomas and Viola i

l:, I school teachers dancing. Their social -no, we didn't say cold feet. It From Reynolds, of Graham, attended services i I
5:30 o'clock
I this morning until -
monkey wrench has partly wreckedthe takes the most graceful dancer to at Dedan Sunday night j i
noon, crowds surged about the
$ dancing machinery in Home com "get away with" this open-air dancing jail and visited the room where the Reddick Thomas and nephew, Fred j I MICHELIN

munities. but the girls nay they are wild ]I : Shaw, of Cooter Pond, were attending:
two condemned
Although Captain George M. Ford, about it. The boys, likewise, say it's men were to business in Brooker Saturday. I i
State of S hoc 1s in Both of the men, standing on the I has -the
> "great stuff." Messrs. Ray Andreu and Hugh But- overcome commonest
Went Viginia has ruled that "boards !fallows, with only a few minutes to I
ler Crosby, of Brooker, were visiting | causes of tire trouble
of education cannot legally dichnrce live, confessed to the murder. They
friends in this section Sunday after-
said they were ready to the
a teacher for violaiton of a rule pay penalty noon.
against: dancing and a stipulation IIETTER for their wrong doing. Their I I
talks were short Rev. I. I. Roberts Miss Ethel Dyal spent Sunday at
against dancing in teacher's
/ a contract
', is null and void,' the fact remains Charlotte, N. C., Sept. 22.--Gloomy pastor of the Baptist church of Mil- Graham, guest of her grandparents, Violent Braking I II

that there are few women ot forebodings of last winter with respects ton, rendered a prayer.A Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. I
to the bankink situation touching feature of the double D. D. Thomas attended church at
men who dance' on the teaching staffs are no
L', (If the schools of the Mountain State longer: justified and can be dismissedGov. execution was a letter to the prisoners Union Saturday and Sunday. I If brakes are violenty applied, tires are called upon !

this year.! This Is the result! of the Harding of the federal reserve from Mrs. Tuggle, mother of the and Levy PreReott'and eons, Woodrow to check within a few yards the entire momentum of I
bitter campaigns carried out by the board said in an address here tonightat murdered man, who said in the note Willie were business visitors to I

enemies of dancing In a number of the blade-in-Carolinas Exposition. that she had forgiven them for takingthe Graham Saturday.Mrs. I the car.

the leading cities of the State. Some "The banking situation has greatly life of her son. The letter was S. E. Thigpen spent Saturdayat
Michelins stand better than other tires
of these anti-dancing leaders are already i improved' ," Mr. Harding said, "and read from the gallows and the condemned Graham, guest of her son, W. L. I up under

members! of the school boards, although the process of readjustment men asked for the forgiveness Thigpen. such punishment. The unique toughness of the

while others have brought their influ- has not been completed evidences' are of all in the vast crowd. Practically Misses Amy Starling and Alva black Michelin tread gives these tires unequalled

enre' into action from the outside.. multiplying that the corner has been every hand was raised signifying Thomas spent Sunday near Graham,

But why has West Virginia become turned and that we have passed the their forgiveness. with friends. wear-resistance. The extra traction-surface of the

aroused over the question and why most acute stage of the readjustment Martin Bang a short hymn, but Fred Shaw, of Cooter Pond spent j Michelin tread minimizes wear by distributing the

has Superintendent Ford been called period. Ponsell collasped on the gallows. A the week-end here, guest of his un- {
And the
I' wear over a greater area. extra thicknessof
t upon to make a ruling Mr. Harding said that in the immediate hypodermic was administered which cle, R. B. Thomas. '

Simply because West Virginia i la future much would depend on restored his strength and the nooses Mrs. Joe Kelly and children spent the Michelin tread makes both these forms of pro

dance mad. agricultural developments and the were then fitted, the black caps adjusted Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. I tection doubly effective.' ,

Down in Martisburg the school 1 manner in which this year's ropsw're and at 12:10: o'clock the trap R. U. Lewis. I

board rose up in arms when RomeoneyJ marketed. was sprung that sent the two men to Alva Thomas spent Saturday and The harder the service, the more important that

asked a question about "high school "With proper cooperation on the eternity. Sunday with friends. you have Michelins.

). dancing." Commissioner George Andrews part of merchants and bankers" he Sheriff Steele of Okaloosa county Rev. J. H. Kelly spent the week-

declared that if it was a practice said "those engaged in agriculture officuted at the double execution and : end at Starke attending churc'-.

i to hold dances' in the schools ha have opportunities and prospects sprung the trap. Nine other sheriffs i Ziff school organized; a literary society i

,i would enter protest. which were not nnticapated n few from different counties of West Flor- : Friday afternoon and elected officers Smith's GarageSTARKE

When the commissioners Investigations months ago and it is of vital importance ida were present at the execution. I as follows:

J showed that the dances were that this cooperation be given. Another touching feature of the President, Eugene Woods.

being held! in buildings over which 'It should be remembered." Mr. execution occured when someone im- I Vice President Lonnie Parker. :I! FLORIDA

there was no. school! control he was Harding continued, "that in order to mediately following the execution, Secretary Amy Starling. b" nIIX

forced ,to give it up. The dunces aregoing maintain our production we must announced that Ponsell is survived Program committee, Lomie Thomas I I! :!

on just the samewith the push our foreign trade. We cannot by a wife and two little children, Opal Lewis and Minnie Woods. -

school pupils and teachers attending maintain our foreign: trade on the bas- while Martin leaves a wife and one i

In large numhl'rll.I isof the gold stock of other nations child, all in dire need of assistance.A RESTRICTED LABOR

of some students to make and some means must be devised for collection' was taken up and the : I
satisfactory grades resulted in Professor extending long time credits abroad or crowd contributed over $1,000, which When a Wall bunker arranged

S. S. Jacobs, of Trladelphic district of interesting American investors in wil be divideA equally between the two for a home to be built he agreedto

J schools near Wheeling, to orderhis foreign/ properties and securities in families after (the burial expenses art pay "by the job" instead of obtaining v

'fit teachers to stop dancing. order that the exchange rate which !paid.Martin a contract price. No expense was >

I, In Hutitington there wax HO much now runs so heavily against other I and PuiKcll were convictedof to be spared In building the house to '

j lancing of nn unsuporvined nature nations may be corrected. the murder of John Tuggle, suit all personal requirements and to ,

/ that the High School. ParentTeachers' "'VI' must continue to buy from | minent farmer of Chipley, near prom-I, enable necessary changes to be rnr*** ""

AKSociiitiot derided that supervised : foreign countries those things which' land, Fla., on July \ They were arrested I in the plans. It was art--" the** I

r t dancing in the schools was tho i they can produce better, or more in Bainbridge, Ga., and were ; he should .periodle."r.."..uon, '"' scene I I i iII

liest way out of the matter. I cheaply than we can and exchangecommodities brought to Jacksonville for safe during: .faits ranrri wore lIlIully! In the afternoon t

Tho proposal brought/ such a storm I with them. If we determine keeping as mob violence was foarx' | and he notic-d that one work- j( ad Q II

of protest that a referendum voto ., to do business with and( for :, if they were returned to t*... ."'.-no...of ,man invariably. was loafing around .

was tnken nmmur the parents of th(. ourselves alone, it sems (inevitablfi the "crime. 3Ir.ttla/!"uKgle automobile waR anon! front j mokinjf his Kpe.' At last he called : I

school children.! One minister. declared : i that we must reduce our production tc? to ( hII'a fie bad !f this to the attention of the
.. Milton, where spent SundW, superintendent + wrffIn
that every dancer in his ('hurl'1muM meet merely I American r'lJ(11..t..t.' i ". and picked the two atrawrers telling him that while he did not I III
withdraw without it The recent; 'l # f upon the j I
leaving any i public/ road to give them a grudge any legitimate expense ho
the worse as to members or finances enltrm was In " woy -Juirnl; reserve i "lift." Mr TUA'glt"Mody 'as founil thought a man who consistently' II IIII
This retort drew/ equally caustic rplies. .. ....woe in !!,!.Jy"fjnUjon: III( the cur near Deerland, Okal)>osn county, ando i I! loafed should be dixchurged. I II
There has j::?!";, lVlr. Harding declared hut the I The
wirilUomerJl:: I t car had disnpl | Plow
lull In the storm '<. llunt 'T.noanc- operation of the inevitable law of murdered) for his banker that the
and the man in
rioney question WUh II
' car. was th. Ford.on fDav'sWork
.chuYt srn :? dancing supply and demand.
hiV/i aro Federal The I.
reserve car latur/ I
was abandoned /
1 f4 /.,..r *{ /reooirnl7.e that fact. notes by the Disk
[."'TuiWps the actually circulation, he !said murderers. Following the arrest of To Cure a Cold in One Day I' Who the Ford.ooHarrow I
dancing bottle were
'' came to / about $500,000,000 less than the two men Sainbridge Tck LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE(Tnhlots > I ft I
,,",...R.ra,..,, climax in Moriranstown, where vlrI' when cotton they were topH the(ninth, sod tVodaHm' and wnrk tin the Whether
reached in the
its lowest point identified/ by flu ferryman as the two Cold, t W. (-POM.. ;'" liiiiiatu.o on cacli box. ale field around
tually every teacher! who danced either last spring. I men with Wr. Tuggle when ,- I I With tt. FordonHarvest the farm, or on the road, the
I the 1 I
P refused to apply! for a position car 'Id jJ/\\cnrhln'WN'xt'ivrtreU'nOMOnnu" .. Fordson Tractor is
j Mr. Harding j j was < wonders -
again else spoke at length in explanation ferrieiy over the river near Mil- I
or were refused position of the working of the federal tan. / COFFINS & CASKETS ri i With th. Ford.oo in saving time, reducing

V by Itemrd the board when they did apply The I I I reserve system, about which he'I'' Mrs. Po/cell and her children will I iI Thresh cost and increasing profits for
of And Pull
Education a Line of
said that With thousands of farmers
dancing i I said there was "a be cared I the FordMo everywhere.
and surprising luck of >r by the Volunteers/ of I '
,, Under' .
.. teaching did not KO together and' "" ", Supplies S .
that dancing j knowledge! Any belief that there I i America it the Jacksonville : Bale

to he employed., teachers were not likely I j I was n preordained contraction of the ;1 I Inter whm she is able to earn' bome.// I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE g i:' With lh. Fo:1'IIOD: No matter what the farm task, .
;'i 1lf _, I II currency during 1020 to reduce- nriraais -;-. .. ing a po itiCln will be secured Always on handTh.. hens_ ....r. 21 Saw Wood if it can be done by motive :
juurganxtown u --- .
,I State University, whereVest is Virginia "absolutely unwarranted," he said. her through the organization) according vice at the lowest .priceH. Special I I With the Fordran power the Fordeon can: do it,

:, number of dance located, has a "There was not only no contractionof to Captain Payne. "We will con attention to tvleitrnph or. f : Pump Water and do it well.

halls for its 14,000( federal reserve note cureney dur tinue even after then, to do ers. Registered( Knil> lnicr. With tt. Ford_
everything i"gr .
people, and
'a solid from these fall halls are booked up I ing the year 1920," the governor conj j possible for this unfortunate II 6 Grade 170,000 now in use in all parts
early until
with n few spring, j tinned "but on the other hand the little woman and her (children, ('lIpt.1'1I'no DeWTIT C. JONES i: With the Ford.on ofhecountryandlneverykindof

summer engagementsfflf ! total volume of federal/ reserve notes mild. "She is not friendless STARKFFLA.. 4; Pull Stumps field and belt work prove the

- ,: in eirulation shows an almost/ contin- for. she has the entire organization of f\,( 11'1f'U.f"ft....'" irtc .'m>rh"tt trMStOtptpllttbt0 With she Fordwo efficiency, stability, and reliability
I onus the +!a of the Fordson Tractor.
upward Volunteers
duringthat America I
year, hack of Fill the Silo
I rifling from $11t 44,000,0(10( on January her. She is brave Mid determined to Habitual; .-f1"tl"at10-c'"r; / d With th. Ford._ Call
,23 to $3.404,000,000 on December provide for her ehi'Jren' in 14 to :3t Days write or phone for the I
23 and herself Grind
| a record {I "LAX-FOS WITH rtPSIN": !;/ Feed facts. Learn now just what
high' mark. Since flint time soon as she is able to go to work. a a;> !CIRhi With the Ford.
pepnredSyri 'T o. the Fordson
i the volume of Hut she j :; 'xdc' -Lxrwlvefnrlabitua( means to you in
federal reserve notes will iilwas h the the assurance Constipation. U\ relieves! promptly but the day's work.
in circulation has been greatly re that, in time of need this organization I I "houl<\ be token regularly. for It to 21 day

I duced until on September 14, 1021, has shelter for her and protection 1 to Induce regular! action, It/ Stioll.\uollaud\

5 it stud 1 lit $2.41)1,061,000.! unit a home for her babies." per KetJulmes. Vory CltxibHnr to Tak 10c!
it' "
I ..
Just 1'. J. TO\\NSEMl bottle.JtSPIRfN :
now the big cities lire doing a MET WITH

I, lot of talking about 100 per cent A PAINITL ACCIDENT $625

Americanism. In the country district I ".. 6.

L. __GENUINE they are content to practice it. Lake Butler/ Sept." 23.-Mr., T. J.

I Townsendmet with quite a nainful' m. Name "Bayer" on Genuine

;I : People who advocate canceling the cident last Sunday. He, in company I

i --BULf. debts the allies owe the United States with Mr. Rjlei and two hands, went u

might prove their consistency by out to near Salt Springs on his truck Q
t' / the debts other people for the purpose of bringing back !
i. owe
DURHAM them. some hogs. The truck
was a new one ,I
j jI jI
,: and seemed to give some trouble as to I

E' Ii tobacco.; makes50 And still, in the approaching los i running./ They had to stop several I ,,
of summer we find a delicious rt'compt'nRe. to fix it. As it struck a bridgeover ,
flood cigarettes for
"' The buckwheat cake will a creek, the brakes would not
,. I0cW he ready to flop. wOl'k. causing the truck to turn over J

|r in the creek. Mr. Townsend was the .
W. want you 10 have then only one hurt. The
That college proiessor who steering wheel Warning I Unloaa you see the name '
paper for "BULL." that ninety cent of remarked struck him on the jaw and he sustained "Bayer" on package or on UhU-t your :
So per the
now you can receive women other not fretting genuine Aspirin
with each package_book are ugly Is a disapopinted old bird. IJike Butler injuries. He was brought to I'' ncribed by physician for twenty-one 1-1'-

A of 24 leave of 'itU+- Mont of the editors forgot to mention and on Thursday morning ,'i' years and proved safe by millions. Take J. W. ANDREWS
the very lineal clgeretta his name. he was taken o Jacksonville to 'I :\npirin onlr u told in the Bayer piu*. Jr.
I ,
In have an X-rny fro for OoU., Ifoaditche Neuralgia I
paper the world.' I examination made It
was found that his (Ulitmraatimn. Earache Toothache, Lum- I AUTHORIZED i
We feel sorry for the woman who ken. jawbone was broI I lingo and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of
z marries a man in order to reform him I He was! accompanied to Jack- 'welve Bayer TaMntu of Anplrinsat fine ,I Ford
;. 1 e'rrr&Yr These last chances are often sonvrille by his sister Mrs. J. D. AI- 'l'lote.( IVuwrl(.t* also sell larger packJ and Fordsom, Dealer
worse derman. Mrs. T. "Ior"& Aspirin hi. the trade mark*of
--- - than no chance at all. J. Townsend left for Bayer! Manufacture: of Aloooaoetieacidr
Jacksonvtlle that evening. Mr. Town- ., f3alicyliasld. F. ) "t{ DA


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News of Florida in Short ,
The \Vauchula board of tr8<1.- has issued -
j ?r rr +r J- . ... .. 'w. .FY.--r ...le ,. .
i i reward
: I circulars offering $ >

I ( : L t Live! State New I 1 fur-fvidviito of the that party will lead or parties to the conviction who I jI Everything for Q1.ALITYN

.- AMYVL*_ L/1 _ I. made a murderous aiwault on the negro -
Ginson Jester, near the Peace
1 I Told Our
II I I I by Exchange II river bridge Sept. 12th. The peopleof
Wauchula have taken this methodto for show #

---- show that they do not approve of : nothing t;
lien Lee Chinaman, and Mrs. Bessie made
I by a balloon twenty-five inches abuse of negroes and that the guilty
Adams of Tampa, were convictedin in diameter released at the Key West parties may expect to be prosecutedif
federal court of attempting: to con- station last week. The balloon was '
caught, and they are willing to paya
ceal nine Chinamen, illegally broughtInto Kept under observation untal it had good price to catch them. HAT'S OUR IDEA in making
the United States. breached a height of thirteen and one- T
II half miles and CAMELS-the Quality Cigarette.
a distance of twenty A good dominie has the San An-
Land sharks are on their way to miles from the starting point. tonio neighborhood stirred The

Florida from Texas, cornea the report I other day a stranger drove up.up to afarmer's Why, just buy Camels and look at the package!IIt's ;

from Tampa. They are about a* Fears that Louis Lang well known .
house and he walked
as the best packing science has devised to keep
great a pest as the ticky cow and I citizen of Ocala had met his death by through the gate was hailed<< by his

should be legislated against accord I drowning in a lake just east of the' host as follows: "Be you that there cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. ; r

ingly. Ocklawaha river were realized when preacher!" "No, I'm an automobileman Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside
I the body was recovered from the "
we the reply. "Oh. with a
More than the usual acreage is being I lake in water seven feet deep. The I sigh of relief, went on the farmer, "1 and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the package -
planted in Irish potatoes in the man had evidently fallen from his
thought you were the preacher and and keep it air-tight
Hastings section. Reports, of a ..ho.t- i boat into the water. lie did not know had come to cuss me out." "What '
age in crops in.the north and west, how to swim. The boat, found out in does the preacher want to cuss you And note this! There's nothing flashy about the yi
and the continued good prices is the lake
perhaps contained his hat and some "
out for? was the surprised question.
stimulating the increased acre fish. he had caught. Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
"Making pot rum and raising h-1,

age. was the unexpected answer. improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense i.

Sheriff Douglass, of Columbia county stitutions One of Florida's the school most for the excellent deaf and in! of that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.
Approximately 600,000 pounds
spent last week searching for blind ut St. Augustine, opened a few 1A
watermelon seed have been' shipped
exclusive wins
Camels wonderful and Quality on
stills and result days with
i moonshine as a captured ago two hundred pupils and from Jefferson county this month by

--- seven stills and seven alleged: Jl splendid faculty. This establishmentis the seedsmen of that county: The merit alone.

... moonshiners. A large quantity of liquor worth many times what it costs the shipments of seed went to every state

mash and other ingredients used state, for it provides a way for those in the union and many shipments ,left Because, men smoke Camels who want the '.

in destroyed.the manufacture of moonshinewere who some were later handicapped at birth or by for foreign countries. To supply the taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly !; '
accident to become useful C
I immense demand for Jefferson county .
and helpful citizens. watermelon seed approximately ten '1 blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, i,; '

After a shut down ladling for tW'I' I thousand acres were planted in watermelons 1 a. refreshing mildness and their freedom from tiga- : 1
months the plant of \Vhitehouse I Though the wire carried only 220 for seed purposes only. Of. t f - ?

Hand Company resumed operationson volts that low current was sufficient ficial statistics show that' practically t \ rem aftertaste. ,1

a Tull schedule Monday. The com- to instantly kill Henry Reed, a negro i>0 per cent of the watermelon seed (y,

pany makes barrels for potatoes vegetables -. employed at the plant of the CitizensIce used in the United States and in foreign r 1 ?-: Camels are made for men who think for them- : '

fish and oysters and has avery & Cold Storage Co., St. Petersburg countries are rained in and shipped '"'
large patronage in the state. !:. The negro was operating the from Jefferson county. C .

trolley conveyor and touched the wire. -

Isaac Aaarons negro is held at the His shoes were soaking. wet and he With a heavy iron bar securely tie.11! I 1":i
Tampa jail pending investigation" of was standing in water and there was t '.
about his waist, the body! of n man.hl.lil..d ,
the dying statement" of Maggie Re. a perfect circuit. He died the instant to be Adhurn Schripner, was r
four negrcss that he poured kerosene his hand touched, the wire.
found in a small lake near Markham amel
over" her and then applied a
about five miles from Sanford. The U ,.
match. The incident occurred Sunday Mrs. Pauline IloseiiHtem was dro'vn- body' hud evidently been in the water r t Hw M i UMESrrC a

night and the woman died early Mon. ed in a lake at West Apopku, where for several days l as it was in bad

day. she was teaching! her niece to swim.! condition. From 4he clothing! it was att

She stepped in a deep hole and became I possible to identify the man as the
The contractors' are progressing frightened and unable
was to one named a man of whom but littleis
rapidly with the const rJ lion of be, save herself. 'P.'. T. Hamerick, who known and who lived In the vicinitybut

municipal pier and dock at the foot of was visiting\ neiiiby at n nearby residence had not "been seen for se\eral days -Jl

Gottche avenue in Lake Eustis. The heard the woman's screams The coroner's jury reached n verdictof R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WinUnn-Salam N. C.

piling is being completed Mid the machinery arid went to the rescue, mtmnging to I suicide as there was no evidence I
removed. The pier extends save the niece' hut unable I iBHHMBMlSnil BI
was to get!: of foul play and no marks were foundo
two hundred and fifty feet into the to !Mrs. Uoscnatein in time to save nthe body. A few dollars in money
lake with wings forming a letter T her life.
were found in the pockets. is now being shipped to ,all 'parts of @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@ :@@@@@/ @@@ @@@@@@wmcnwcl1i d:
of seventy-five" feet on either side.
I the state I by the farmers' at fair prices. _ .
According to J. 5. Tilitch superintendent I Rising from the wilds of Florida to If the drive' to sell the seed hud
The body of A. E. Champlain 65, u of the state ,prison farm atKniford I swift travel on the Dixie highway!: in started early the demand would l have
storekeeper" at Rubonia small town
370 prisoners have been received an automobile in two weeks is the been greater than the supply for the
in Manatee county, was found in the I I I ,
within the last seven months I unique and almost unbelievable rise reason that many farmers sometime I II Ii I Iij
woods by his sons, who were searching I
of which only :four have escaped, two of a wild coyote which' appeared in Ft ago destroyed the culls which they
for the old who had been I
of them being recaptured. Superintendent ,
Pierce comfortably seated on the rear had been saving.; However, it IH believed -
missing. Marks on the man's throat
Blitch Issued the statementin seat of a Hudson super-six, with two that all the small potatoeH from ij
Indicated that he had been choked to (I I
reply to a newspaper charge! that I first class tourists acting In the capacity next "('lIl1on' crop can easily bu disposed
death. Robbery, apparently, was the on epidemic of escapes has taken I of chauffeur and valet. Thisstrange I of next fall for Seed ,

motive. % place ot the farm. lie declares the I I animal, who does not often i I I CI

record is remarkable in that "no guns, make his east of the Mississippi
appearance Elias Mikell 18, was shot amid killed
Tinellas" has produced the largest chains or guards are used," and that river was captured by tho north of Macclenny, Sunday one ;I Elberton Blue Georgia Granite I II 1
avocado' in this state C CI CI
pears grown: the success is duo to the
co-operating hounds near Miami two weeks ago' shot from a 32-cuIilirc revolver piercing "THE SI ONE ElbKNAL"
and if the tree that produced' these of the prisoners. r
and found to promptly the
reverse his\ heart, death resulting Instant
monsters can produce trees that will! habits of the wild and became tame ly. From information secured, at the j I And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make
also bear the large fruit tho
very Harvesting is progressing favor- I
enough to be bundled with safety. sheriff's (office it seems that two Ford i,
owner has a small fortune in sight.: A ably but all crops need rain according I I MEMORIALSRenowned
tree that regularly bears avocad to the report of the federal bureau of curs were returning to Muctlenny

weighing three and a half pounds crop estimates! on crop conditions In I I The first carload of seed potatoesfor from a place a few miles out in tho I

would sell for a big sum. Florida. The yield of corn is showing the season was shipped from country, Hob Mikell being in the first
Hastings Monday by R. M. Hurt and distance
representing car Home ahead nnd
up favorably, but there in little
a number of that ho to wait for FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY'
The state's pardon board's sessionwas preparation of ground for oats because potato growersThe stopped thu other
distinguished by the very few car was consigned to a seedsman cur being driven by Elias and while
of dry weather. The lack of and EVERLAS1 ENDURANCEThree
pardons granted by comparison with rain is injuring lute sweet potatoes, in south Florida and has already beencontracted !i.I waiting emptied his pistol in the air. I I
for by farmers who will When Elias caught with him he
other sessions of the board in times and while citrus fruits up
are ripeningrapidly essential factors to be considered in buying
past. Out of a total of 1DO; petitions they are also badly in need of plant a fall crop of potatoes. An average got: out and walked around thu liMO monuments

only seven conditional pardons were moisture. Transplanting of truck is of 100 bags of potatoes daily of the front car in which Mob was I are, BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROP.j
I seated and made! tho | RIATENESS. You have the of this :combination ,
granted two men had their fines reduced '-I well' advanced in south Florida in remark "Here assurance

and two others were granted I spite of the dry weather. I I am, shoot me," whereupon/ lioli fired ,I when buying our material
renewal of the rights of citizenship. !1 his pistol' and shot him through tho
I I heart H.. stated he thought tin pistol I COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. J
The Tampa trades and 1 labor head.quartere TonicI
Lonnie Hewitt 4": of Westville co-operating with the board was empty. I Leading Manufacturers pf the South a
died his home result of shotgun field Special Kcpr-rnt.tivci; ,
at as a a or
I of trade are sending out circular notices I ,
wound inflicted by his own hand,! to all trades and labor) officers in I II ForVomen I Workmen removing 1 shell for road W. ELLCRY DAVIS. STAUKL, FLA. I ;

Hewitt was returning from a fishing Northern cities warning unemployed building purpose from an Immense

trip in his wagon and had his gun I men to stay away from that sectionof Khell mound,, on Kstero; inland adjoining I mmCDalaJmroWI1llwcaroC.t1JIDWWIUCIICJWWWIJClIDIIIOItlmaUJW\ : ( @@lola@@thnI', '

covered with a quilt and in attemptingto Florida. The notice states that the "I was hardly able to drag! I X ( Seminole Sands uncovered several --

uncover the gun it was discharged, was so weakened," writes Mrs. human skeletons together with .. ,.. . .. . .
unemployment situation already It Sunday with the latter'. |part i ;Mi . . . ",,,,, ".. ..... .. ""
the entire load taking effect in his becoming serious and the winter season W. F. Ray, of Easley S. C. ninny fragment of pottery and entire Sod Mrs. T. II. HdwariU.Mrs. ; .
groins. offers no encouragement. It Is I' "The doctor treated me for about clay vessels and utensils When
two months still I didn't !I the HoruLU MulphurH and l iliiuul.tcrs I.- Dodson's Liver Tone rt
stated that considerable influx of get first of the skeletons was uncovered -
Shippers growers and business men idle men will any tend to development of I| any better. I had a large family 'I the, workmen yelled threw down and Mr. and! Mrs. Otis Jones nt- +

from Sanford and surrounding towns alarming conditions.C. and felt I surely must do I I their tools and took to their heels In tended church here, Suturduy night.( Instead of Calomel '

in that section of south Florida met something to enable me to take I a panic. Captain Pel.ysle coaxed 1 1th..m Frank Cone, of Midway, was ttm '. J..
care of little ones. I had guest of Sumner Andreu Sulunlny. ,_ ,
at the Orlando chamber of commerceTuesday Zuck Turner of St Petersburg, my back to work but only on promise fl I
night and discussed ways heard of that if treasure should be Mrs Surrency and childrenVII!- Calonuil I I. quii'kmlvor. It attacks :;t..
is for home for
advertising a u rooster mu arid frank, returned homo Thursday time mines and jwralyriHi the liver. Yourtoiler S
and means to combat the present high: which he nays the police have told! uncovered it would be divided fifty. ( will molt bottle of plvawnt' :-.:
freight rates now in effect and every him must be banished to the country X fifty between the work gang and the from Tampa, where she had been harmless. "Und..",'. Liver Ton.." under f.

effort will be made to encourage the A neighbor: made complaint to the CARDUI owner One of the skeletons uncovered visiting. an ironclad nxMifiy-hax'k. guarantee: that y.
"ship by water" campaign with San- I 1 that of Ruby Edwards entered school ntBrooker it will r gulut" the liver .*"t iriiu>h and .
of the apparently wan a man
police that the crowing roost..rannoYl'd X b w..U better titan calomel wtLhout"4"" :
ford the main port. her and the city has an ordinance nearly seven feet tall., Peculiarities Monday. sickening or salivating 'o'l-J5 oil U Ion .
that requires a to kill or in the shape of the skull led<< to the belief nand Crews, Cephus Harrell and bottle sold. .'1io
What is believed to have been a record otherwise get rid of a rooster against ThoYoman's\ Tonic X that the skeleton was not that of Seeber Edwards attended church at'Brooker '1-
work of Sunday night. j 1I To Stop a Cough Quicktakes
"run" in the
aerological I
which complaint is made. Mr. Turner an Indian, nor was It of a man of the

the United States weather bureau was, says the law is not sound and would I "I decided to try It." continues X negro: race. The teeth, especially well Walter Baxter of Brooker, van the IIA YES' HEALING HONEY J

not stand if tested In court, but he is Mrs. Kay . "1 took preserved, are unusually long and In guest of friends here! Saturday night. cough healing medicine the Inflamed which and stop irritated the cough tissue/ by.

A TONIC going to send the rooster away if a eight bottles In au . I regained X perfect condition. T. B. Edward and IIm. Charlie left A box of GROVE'S O-1'EN-TRATE

drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores home can be found. my strength and have Tuesday for South Florida, where hu SALVE for Chest Colds Head Cold and
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and had no more trouble with womanly BRADFORD expects to make his future home. Croup U finclo....d with every bottle, of

Enriching the Blood. When you feel itsstrengthening. Marked progress Is being made to- weakness. I have ten X Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards spent. should HAYES t>*e HEALING rubbed: on HONEY.the chest' and The throat salve r

,Invigorating effect. Bee bowit ward construction of a railroad whichit children and am able to do all Bradford Sept. 30.-Kev. C. A. the week-end with relatives in the of children suffering from a Cold or Crouni 1

brings color to the cheeks and how fa expected' will eventually connect my housework and a lot outdoors X Crosby filled) hU reir'ilu-: appointment Wateroak section. i Tti* h.allne.met' of lUrn* llrallnll none InUto -

it improves the appetite, you v'Ul then Miami and Clewiston according: to . I can sure f:commend here Saturday amt S-j 1./.1./ ,-. I .c.."....the*'. O-l'ra-Trata throat I ciinihlofld helve with hnxulti the h alio4 the sees fltict ol ufI '

appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's W. C. Wolfe, of Miami, who stated CarduL" Mr. and Mr*. S. V. Andreu spent I>on't be too ready to extend sympathy the akin amm ."'1"1 s couth.IMh .t
X : .
rmmtrfln "p.,4 In oocaesU and lb.
Tasteless chill Tonic is simply that the Tatums had purchased large: Take Cardul today. It nay the! weekend with the letter's parents to the fellow with a sad look of ells comlitaad Uaatmaut U:itoc.
Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So areas of land bordering on the Miami be Just what yocl need. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson of Midway. on his face. Possibly he ate too much. Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
pleasant even children like It. The blood Canal and that hey were pushing con At all X Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Uarr.11 spent HEALING; HONEY.: a
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to druggists.:
struction of the roadbed for a rail. Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs Brooks, of Some people often wonder why their
Enrich Malarial and
it. Destroys germs tit
Grip germs by Ita Strengthening Ifivigor I road for which they have a franchise C-b LaCrosse. neighbors<< dislike them so much but I Why keep on looking for normalcy? t '

aung Effect Me.: using the spoils of the west aide of Mr. and Mrs M. D. Harrell spent they are too wise to ask The loud never return

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