Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID04621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Railway Building and Other Improvements Isaac Edwards, a well known and Mr. Geo. '\\ Parker/ of Highland, .5
for Sister City respected citizen of this section, died! and !Mrs. If. W. Hill, of Jacksonville e'

CARRIED BY A ,, NOWLIVE'QUESTlON Monday, October 17th at noon. lie NEED OF' BETTER were married by Judge Green in his,

A Hampton letter to the Sunday : had been in poor health for some time office, October 12th, in the presence

Times-Union among other things has but the :immediate cause of his death 1 ''of a few witnesses. Mr. and Mrs

SWEEPING VOTECITIZENS this to say: I' was appoplexy.Mr. I CAR SERVICE !( Parker will make their'future! home

A number of officials of both the '. Edwards was born west of i I at Highland and their many friends

Seaboard Air Line and Southern railroads Starkii over 67 years ago, being a ------ wish them much happiness. t
: OF COUNTY APPROVE spent a day at Hampton this EACH COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT son of the late Wm. Edwards. He STRAWBERRV SHIPPERS HAVE: __ '

ROAD BUILDING PROGRAMBY week arranging for extensive im ENTITLED TO MEMBER! married Miss Emma Wynn a .daua-h. HEARING THIS WEEK RKFOKE I ilAl'1'IST'!

VOTE OF 8 TO 1 provements necessary to take care of OF BOARD ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Wynn, and I. C. C. AT TAMPA I I -

the greatly increased business of both j i followed the occupation of farming,: Services of an unusual; nature were

The good roads bond election held roads at this point. Among the improvements Now that the proponed bond, issue Ills wife died several years ago and (From The Tampa Tribune Tuesday) i iWitm'sucs jhc-ld In the Baptist church last Sun-

\in Bradford county on Tuesday, October I to be made at once is additional has been ratified by the citizens of'' since. then he had lived in Starke most appearing at the hearingon duy. Urge congregations/ listened to ,

18th resulted in an overwhelming tracks for one hundred cars, the county it becomes necessary to'' of the time. I' the request) of the Florida Railway sermons of such )power as have seldom a

victory for the advocates of improved I and a Y for turning engines with elect the The deceased is survived l by four Commission and strawberry growers I been heard l In the thurch. In the evenIrig M

highways. In fact it came pretty near other improvements to'follow as soon with (' )'rovidedfrlnothboreell: sons Messrs. Mitchell, Balous, Lorenzo' refrigerated! car ser over a dozen '('fifteeny1arsfIf

to being unanimous in favor of taking as these are completed. That Hampton ''prngiam' ; and Lee Edwards, all Starke, vkelumov'riha' I Florida crop! to the : prayer 1'lIlIl'lnlfl'OIll

this forward step. Everyone of will be one of the most important act of the legislature. The law provides and one daughter, Mrs. Dennisof Riggf Northern markets, filed with the Interstate II B., to sixty. It was a great meeting.: I"
the eight voting precincts in the count railroad centers in this part of the ,' for 11 board of trustees to consist of Jacksonville leaves no brlth'j Commerce Commission which I(i D I r. Bullen will be present) and will

), rolled op a majority for the bond state in the near future, is evidencedby of' five members one from each ers or' sisters opened here yesterday, testified that ', preach both morning and evening on a a

issue, and only one precinct gave a'' the rapidly Increasing business In county commissioners district to be Mr. Edwards wax n kindhearted the struwberry growers in tho state Sunday next. Tho subject of I the ; i'
majority of less than 2 t6 1. In the the past few months and we are reliably elected! by the voters of the respective man, quiet and unassuming, honest would have to tro out of business if a morning sermon will be "The Indwel ,."r-,. t

two Starke precincts where 668 voteswere Informed that the present business districts. The third Tuesday in and generous beloved by all\ who faster and cheaper, railway and transportation ling Word." Church members am sl,

cast.only 88 were against the is only a beginning of what is November Is Ret us\ the date for holding knew him. His demise is much ro- service could l not he secured. urged/ to be in attendance\ upon thisservice. t ,f.

bead issue, making the majority almost ,, soon to be expected in both freight the election. A'retted and a great: deal of sympathy "Upon the success\ of the complain- In the evening/ the sermon I

14 to one. Lawtey followed next and passenger business.- Already there it considerable diacussion Is felt for his bereaved children. I mils to secure the express refrigated I be on "The !Man Who :Said; l Com].

with a vote of almost ten to one. I I The L. J. Upton Company, of Norfolk . as to the personnel of the The funeral was in charge of De- car service dr|>cMils the strawberry I Iindustry I I bye to God."

Graham turned in a six to one vote, I Va., is negotiating with the farmers board of trustees. At Hampton the Witt C. Jones funeral director, and ," said James K.: (Calkins of You and your friends are especially IiJ'IiJ'will

and Hampton and Theressa made it of this section for the growing citizens have held a meeting and nominated Rev. J. J. Bullen of the First Baptist i conimisMion Tallahassee,amt representing growers the"The Florida growon invited to join in worship, with us, I

four to one. New River voted a little |''of two hundred acres of Dig Stem A. A. Durden for trustee from church of Starke, conducted! the obsequies feel that they are being (disci. imi- I should you not be Identified\ with anyplace i 't :

better than two to one for road improvement j sweet potatoes next year. These potatoes I commissioners district No. 4, composed nt the residence of Hnlous Edwards hated ntrainst, mid are going to make of worship in the town. Brinic i,I+t ..

and Brooker's vote was j I are an eqtra early variety, maturing I of TheressaITampton and Graham son of the deceased southwestof this hearing a linixh light in the matter I I the children. 1 '
The hearing ia hem before ,
only a little short of two to one. The by the latter part of June, and voting precincts At Lawtey, W. E.Torode. Starke, where the death took place Assistant Chief .Examiner gheld U. Butler G. W. ALDF.RMAN.OSTEENSUTIIICRLANI' tt; <
average for the county was almost 8 being a great favorite in the Northern W. F. Godwin and J. I... Har- The Interment was at Prevatt ccmc- i and Attorney Examiner, K. C. Ruth, I J' ,

to'1, which is believed to be the greatest markets, bring a fancy price. Tho rell are being discussed for member- tory Wednesday morning, and the remains of the I.1 (X C. .stair at he city hull. :: )

majority ever given for a bond issue farmers of the county, who are interested hip on the board. In Starke J. H. were escorted to their last resting J. M. llrownlcc, of Staike! and I
Bitch and E. S. Matthews Enoch tirittltIIH and J. C. Terry, of j I A wedding of interest 't
tn their
in any county in Florida. are invited to meet the representative are being )place by a large concourse of 11I1111)1'hl".I.
The vote by districts was as follows of the company at Hampton asked to represent districts 2 and 3, mounting friends. fled\ at ,yei Wiawberry;! 'rday's hearing growers that lent-I the! | *. was that of !Miss Itena Sutherland '

:: Saturday afternoon Oct. 22, to ate respectively.' District fi, composed of I present rcfrigeiiitcd' / \ car service did to 1I'I'r'y Osteen, which '

For Against range contracts.THERESSA. Hrooker and New River voting, .nre.cincts -. ST. MARK'S not curiv t the fruit to t the Northern I'took place Sunday! at New (River their # .

.t\o, _i, tiawtey ________174. 10 I has a number of suitable men markets 'In a satisfactory condiloil. home. Mr. Osteen formerly residedj \ '-t'l

!No 2, Starke ________354 19 I i for mentioned I trustee in, but that the connection one most is often John Twwity-seennd Sunday after Trine I The Florida only growers other, service the poivy iivailnMo refliger-, to j here, and his uncut Is n daughter! of ,I

No 3, Starke ________187 19 Shriver. Mr. Shriver Is an ardent Hy. aced express tlmy said, in too contly i! Mr, J. J. Sutherland at )present resid- t ,
No Graham Theressa Oct. 21.-Rev. Bruner, of ,advocate of ? to be lIH1'1111I tianspoiting large 'flog at Johnstown !May much huppincm
4, __nn 36 fl good roads and is a most i Services as usual lIt 11 u. in. and crops. 'I
No B, Hampton ___ n_ 67 17 Bronson, filled\ his regular appointment | capable' business men.IIADIPTON. I 7:30: ]'>. m. I The rates being charged' I 1"IIII'i.IIA'ruwPI's / | $ crown !their union.-Johnstown

No 6, Theressn _____ 27 7 at the Baptist church Saturday I! I This Is the intensive l pi-Hod of the I marketer to ship nit their compared fruit, to to Northern ratescharged News. L

No 7, New River ____ 15 7 and Sunday. I I nation-wide campaign and special I'' Louisiana/ shipped, is 'being I

No 8, Brooker ____n_ 44 25: Johnnie. Williamson wall visiting Hampton Oct. suni>..ts will be presented relating to brought Into the healing HH a secondiiry C'OZY NEW: HOME
friends here Sunday. I 21.-1\Irs. A. A. Dur- issue. but will not be acted upon -
-- the church and its work.I ,
Totals _ ___ ______904 116 T. B. Triest and son, Shirley, were d'n. Hicks Mrs. K. U. \\'attt'rllonfiR"! Emma I LI by. the I, C. C. 'Kxhibits: entered by. '|i .1. C. Robinson's new resilience on
J. Allen and Dr. Parks J. H. Teach, rule expert of the. Flur- p
The election was held under a special in Starke Saturday. were recent visitors to Graham. I A FINE !MAI' I Ida Railway Comnnsyion, under the West Madison street In now almost

act passed by the legislature at Rev. Dougherty and wife of Rock- Mr, and Mrs.' W. C. Hunt examination of Attorney Calkins ready, for occupancy.' It ID a bungalowof ,

its session last spring. The law provides wood Tenh., arrived here Saturdayand Preston and son, ,!' We are! lIlI
for an issue of $550,000.00:; of began a series of meetings at the t Saturday., were visiting In Hampton' ion for the series of fine maps given ten cents a quart\ in the .rate charges "peiiranee( containing/ seven room
t+t. New York in favor of the I LouiHinna + i
bonds. The proceeds from the sale Christian church 1 Smith Crews, of Starke by that excellent paper as u pn-mium shippers i|i conveniently .11,,'>0111.1. The'' front" two
was business
of $320,000 of these bonds are to be O. D. Moorer, of J Jacksonville in visitor here Tuesday to yearly-subscriptions. The maps Mr. Tenth testified 1 that Starkc and) rooms are very I large, ami only partly a

used for the construction of a hn rd. visiting at the home of his brother, Mrs. Matt Hall are four In number, showing the Plant City /are the centers of I the noilli. divided by a colonnade, with fixed
surfaced road the from H. E. Moorer.S. Theressa. was a world I and south strawberry districts in tins .bookcases )between the columns. All
across county I business visitor here Saturday. Europe, the United States and d Ihat t the center of the ,' .
north to south to give the B. Woodard was a visitor to Florida. Lnuieinanx the conveniences (that the builders' art
county connection | W. L. Bugg, who has been taking j ji strawberry' district, is I ndciioiulonce. ;i
with State Highway No. 1 on Hampton Monday. j| treatment from Dr. A. H. Freeman ,i, The Florida map ia especially valuable The flipping/ / season( in the ', could suirgesl have been put In, an

the north and State Highway: No. 2 on Sheriff Epperson, of Starkc, was in of Jacksonville, for several :, showing/ the natural features, Plant City 1I..d.i"n wan given IIH start ; well] as ,1"11'1 lighting, water and
the our town Monday. I days, returned ing in the latter pail. of 'December r
south. The construction of this | to his home townships, railways and automobile , sewerage. All the" materials( have
here Sunday. I I I and I in the StuiUe
i section
highway will greatly shorten the distance Mr. und Mrs. Den Sasser of"Stnrko I|I roads. It Is as starting, been selected I the doors especially(
| W. H. Griffin and family have had fully up-to-dnte showingthe the ]latter /part cif "February and contlnuing i 9
between Jacksonville and Tampa were ,'Isitinlh.'r parents, Mr. and' mule of ) I fir from California t
J as their guest this week Mr. Griffin's location of the new counties formed until about April, :25. The I Douglass
ami l many other important South Mrs. B. Brown Saturday. I| sister, Mrs. Walker and this year. An index: makes It easy Louisiana shipping season starts toward arc woiks of ait.. All the work has

Florida points. Rowe Her .,y and daughter, Myrtle I mons, Waycross,,Ga. Mrs. Am. ,, to find any place on the map, and the the close of t the :Staike; section : been done by workmen of this ,section, e

The remainder of the bond issue, of Raiford were visiting at the latest figures and period. employed the contractors the .
I I E. K. Hardin, of Jacksonville is census are given, While the express refrigerated by OIl'
$230,000 is to be spent on improving home of R. M. Mersey Friday.B. visiting: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. other valuable information. service in ,provided. li> growers cur in I,': sinners Lumber C..., of this city, and(

lateral roads l leading out into the T. ,Fortner of Brooklyn, was n I I K. n. Watterson this week. I l|r The maps are embellished with the IxiuUwnn, It is not nvaliable to Flor-" ( !i I \I"( carpenters, cabinet" makers andplumbers .
fine farming sections of the professional visitor here Monday. I II Ida rOWI'I'IIfr! Tenth
county. Mr. lestlvod. and,, well lip. l of -the
Youngblood Hags of all nations proud
of Theresso thc rulers of the may I
was ; therefore
Mrs. G. M. Bennett has the Iouinimm
returned to
When the work I I shipper,
contemplated by thspecial !) are
e transacting business nations work. E.: II. Steenberg lias charge of
her home hero from Palatka where here this week. governors Florida, etc. It able to transput their fruit to the /
it act is of the legislature Is completed she has been visiting relatives. I I W. I3. and J. B. Alexander have recently -I Jls an educator that should be found markets faster and! cheaper/ than tho .the painting of the house, and ho Is c (',

believed Bradford county been business! visitors to the In every home. Florida men can do it. As an exam\ putting his best efforts( in his woik.Mr. .
will be well S. P. Gufford left; for his home In ple of rate w Ily
abreast of the other discrimination
counties county seat. Mr. Tench'sexhibits (Roscoe McLane, who drew the
of the state in the matter of good Winter Park Wednesday. I I showed that a quart of straw I
Dr. Burch who NOTICE plans for the dwelling has personally
has been berries '
a guest at should be .
roads, and this coupled with fine C. A. Youngblood was in Starke i shipped I from Independence I rat
our Saturday. the home of H. D. Pry, has returned to- New York at 4,11:11: cents supervised the. work and the well arranged 5

farming and fruit and nut growing I I to his home at Ellington, Ga. j I The Basket Ball Girls will sell candy per quart in an express! refrigerated, i interior and the many conveniences
lands will make Bradford of the Quite a crowd attended the meetingfor tttr, while. the
one rnte
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin at the Gaiety Theatre Friday from Staike to+ HO necessary in the home, '
richest hard roads here nightof were New York in
and most Wednesday un ,
populous counties i in visitor to Starke night. The funds will for the ben- eirhty-quart pony well for his
i speak ability
Sunday. I go refrigerator ;* ,
the state. last week. Most everyone here favor ( is 10.i(5( ( quartand i
the issue. I I C. E. Harper wa looking after his efit of their team. Come', patronizeI in a freight refs' i igcruted f".r filled The fence in t the front is of brick
of acres of the most fee I, naval store Interests in Alachua this I I I them. with 17fi/ thirty-two quart, crates, )K.I4 and iron and looks very city like. The ..
Mr. and Mrs.
tile lands Jim Koon left last I j
in the state are lying idle rents The 10.IH5/ /
week. I cents rate for the new residence is an ornament for the 'IIIItrt'l't
here awaiting only the coming of week for Punta Gorda where they I I pony refrigerator/ ) does riot include! lit '
I Miss Lorene r and will make home
good farmers to convert them into will make their future home. 1 Drawdy. of Jackllon'l j I, city hall here a short time ago. It costs of refrigeration, which the ex a cozy
ville, was the truest of 1\1\ illsl'' was well attended and enjoyed. Tho hibit said generally" costs five centsper Mr. Robinson), and family will move
!Now farms and pecan % GRACE !METHODIST CHURCH, and Gerrtrudo Allfonr] ]last Sunday:; I W, M. U. will put the same play on atLuwtey quart. The rate from Indepen ,I into it next, week.
that we are to have road I 'I I dance
Mr. and Includes tile cost of refrigcrntlnn .
Calvin left' '-
provement it is believed these ardll'l LAWTEYGrace Hartline I today, Oct| 21st Everybodyi I I
will be Saturday for Sulphur Springs Ala., i invited to attend and enjoy) a hearty Rates; I the result was that tile fruit arrived
rapidly bought on strawberry
by shipments that
up I where they will spend several In the market In a moldy condition,
itizens. M. E. church will hold "Rally months laugh the railways proponed to place in ef

I Day" services Sunday, Oct. 30th. The with friends and relatives. i I' Miss Inez Drawdy, Of Jacksonville, feet, Mr. Tenth said would/ increase and l Louisiana could/ shipped{rite In express with fruit refrigerated from
Mrs. W. I,. the charge from iSturkc
Bugg to New .
1-Ol'IS 1I0FJo'IANIEInS! !\ WITH church invites everyone to come who entertained dome was visiting friends and relatives In about two cents York cars, that can carry 350 crates
SERIOUS ACCIDENT: 'can. The following program: has been, of her friends and neighbors with aquillinA' Hampton last week. rates were a heard quart These the Interstate proposed Mr. Brownlee/ a strawberry grower -
arranged. party. In the afternoon by for thirty-six years, testified that
Rov. Iturke, who has recently closed Commerce CuinrniHsion at Tampa "atr"t slrawlierries
large / notshipped
waetrmelon many \ aro
Louis Hoffman Sunday school 10 was served. Tho.epresent Kept.; 27.
who is well known a. m.
a a series of meeting at LaCrosse, out of the Starke section. but
young man in Starke, while trying to Sermon 11 a, m., by Rev. J. F. Plckard were Mrs. W. S. Futch Mrs. will fill his ioxiugMosey; I arc left to rot on the vines a complete
catch a homebound train in Pensacolathe D. I)., pastor of M. E. church at U. D. Dyal and Mrs. B. J, Johns. appointment) ) here Sunday. fled Messrs. f-'rllliths and Krownlee testi! loss to the growers. ,The rca-
Mrs. Annie Johns and Kov. Daugh rty, of Tennessee, who that they believed tho Florida son they areI..t shipped IM becuusotint
12th Inst., fell under the wheels St. Augustine. family of growers' were losing from five to tencents I
and hud both Communion service and love feast Jacksonville were visiting in Hamp was once a resident of Hampton, visited on the Louisiana crop' comes into the
legs crushed. lie was quart by not having theexpre market toward the end of the Starko
ton this week.S. here this week. I
taken! to a hospital and it was found 3:30: p. m.Sermon. ? refrigerated service. While I"'I1Ron. and the price trues so low that

necessary to amputate both legs below by Rev. H. H. Black, t.. Th. R. Johns of SUrke was a visitor Miss Johnny- Lue Drawdy. of Jacksonville difference. betwaen the Starke andIndependence 'I it is impossible to sell them at a !profit .

the knees. Sermon, 7:30 p. m., by Rev. G. H. here Sunday. has been a fruett of Miss five cents the additional rates wa loss from three to .If the Florida growers! had an express
Louis Hoffman ia the youngest son Northrop Ph. D., pastor M. E. chOrch Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke was Ruby Pry. in having their fruit they arrive atstuinrd in could, refrigerator their berries car service they
get to the marketseveral
of a business visitor here t The Consumers Lumber Co. of the markefln
Lee Hoffman, who formerly lived at Tarpon Springs./ Tuesday. a much poorer condition days earlier and In a better
In Starke, and is also a nephew of Special music at each service. Mr. and Mrs. Allgood and daugh- Starke, is furnishing tha'building ma- than the Louisiana fruit brought it condition to compete with the Iouin-

Mrs J. R. Davis. His friends H. H. BLACK, ter Blanche, J. E. Saunders and M. terial to the Hampton: people during; UP The to a* high as ton cents a quart. lana shippers. A great many of thl-
many refrigerated
Watteraon this car ser berrles now left to rot would be sold"
here were visitors to Starke stage of building1. vice
were distressed Pastor. would bring tho
to hear of his .fruit !into the All three of tho witnesses
Monday. E. J. King business visitor to New York grower
serious accident and a market from Starke three
trust that he testified\ that the strawberry industry
will make a good CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Sworde, of Omega, Ga., Is the Starke Tuesday. days after shipment, in good condi has been on the wane in the last few
recovery. tnnft!
guest of her brother, J. D. Pry, this M. V. Dyal, of Jacksonville, was ing 'fhelle'carll was brought out at he hear yearn due to the service. afforded
REVIVAL take this method of expressingto week. the guest of his'brother! U. D. Dyal, senger are coupled to pas them in transporting the crop. They
FOR STARKE our kindred, neighbors and friends trains and are not subject to declared had
Dr. Middleton of they no doubt the production -
Starke, was aprofessional Saturday and Sunday. the rough handling cjf
our sincere and heartfelt thanks for re of berries in the state would
t Rev W. H. McLeod began series visitor here this week. : James Maxwell, who has been In fri eratt'd cars that move with the greatly decrease if faster rail transportation
a their and assistance freight
sympathy duringthe R. D. trains. The
I "f revival Rawley, of Green Cove Springs Oklahoma and other Western states express cars are was not secured. On the
f ':'-urch meetings at the Methodist sickness and death of our dear who has been in a Jacksonville hoa.pltal for several months, has returned to aid equipped that with springs the witness other hand Mr. Grlflths said. he believed
| a Wednesday evening. He has little Evangeline and to Dr. King for treatment for several weeks his home here. The, protect the fruit in transit. the industry In the Starke section .
>ng leader, Brother Jeff Wall. ia such that the cars would be doubled
If thu
who labored for her
so faithfully re Is expressrefrigerated
II ***>. McLeod rapidly regaining his health. Miss Mary Nimmo visited her sister can be loaded to capacity with fruit 1I..rvleeVas the
is a preacher of We also wish to thank those and car given
"', with God. lie pow- covery. J. Allen Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden Mrs. W. P. Birt, of Louise, Fri- still carry It to the market in growers./ "There is always a demandfor
comes to us from who the beautiful flowers and good condition
gave Mr. and Mrs. F. "
K "'mrnee' E. Henry, Dr. Parks Florida berries, ho said, that
where scores were brought will especially mention the eighth and J. day.Mr. Poor Refrigeration IIP, delivered in the Northern
,v the F. Houser attended the good F. Hicks visited at the home The growers! at can markets f
Kingdom yeaterday's
grade in Lake Butler school of which hearing/ In a good condition.
t rhrlstlans. be road meeting at Brooker. of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hunt of Sampson said that the refrigeration/ in the h
much in that
prayer her brother was a student. j The I freight refrigerated
play entitled .
G'd'' Slick on j Friday. cars was so
will\ poor matter how
S give us a great revival in Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown and Fam Punkin Crick" and noted that not more than 175 crates of fruit dry a sermon maybe
arke for Its hu.1 l Miss Mary Nimmo was the recent were placed In one car. When tho preacher at least always

ily. moron. character was put on at the guest of Mrs J. B. Davis of Graham. fruit was placed In the car, they more said.I..J' hears every word.4 .


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.. morning, his subject being "A Biblical lug there showing the esteem in "
I Twy H. .*! ai r-tnit ottieYtn a alINNe high

i v 1' ifi; -j tuar- least gr<*u twr* and more' awkt Description of Heaven." which the deceased was held. remains QUARTER CENTURY -

.1 gin manage *,!*) to) teat plnacea. Peter had Sherrod Newsom, of Taylor county were interred in Lawtey cemetery -

I i: ,. .. "'0' at your f! wa in Lake Butler Sunday and :Monday : the pallbearers being Lonnie

: time tel Mr Kb that, e.' t t-fi'l l I< Sis ... ......- _If'' -ti-a ke.) eace-r- j 8"" .. stab that,
| ; l lie Lad smiled when our town since he left Lake Butler G. H. Pearce, E. E. Burney and R A. ,
: "i '1 ;....vw lit'tit If IP-you be, 6r -t saw li",-becould not bat \'. 20
. year ago.Mr Blanchard. The deceased was a member -
.11 ::1,10'' ."lw'l'f\ mwwrtnit' forted himself !.. vinUe now-to wonder : ;
*. Charlie Edwards and children of the Modern Woodmen of America i
I ..t f I I'. : ntiv*> l', 'lrii In t how they were "-: >twain f.t..lnc that my the were niching-rushing' spent the week-end at Miller guest and five of the pallbearers' were

cm, l iH-iiii. Ktmiflie'ml and toe t m.lilnjf-*x>fore "he turned noiselessly of her parents, Mr. and Mr*. T. H. brother member The entire com- -

l aln-n. >< retilns. tn Mart and "t.t.Pd Into the dim room. Rimes. I I mnninty joins in sympathy with the'! Mrs. Ida Pickett. 274 South t

| l .....1 rlllHlmu latHde-. j Peter lay there and ads Lear Mrs. W. H. Willoure and charming bereaved family. i I j'ion St.. Buffalo N. Y., says: j.
," "'"" : little : Ethel Mae:'of Brook.
pounded. A moment ago! he bad been daughter The Woman's Missionary Society "Twenty-five is .
year, a long;
.. (ur. l.1."rUOJ'd mar- tired fretted Ivcnui-e bis wife 'er. friends 1e
i a roan visited In Lake Butler
NORRIS 1 .. ,..tII,;;." I I' will entertain the people of Lawtey I, to keep looking for something "'.tb.
j forgot .t<1 meet hint ; now there was I
It"ryeuugr ahe agreed Sunday afternoon and vicinity with a play tonight at 8 j jI !I out finding, and it's no wonder I
r amnetliUig new In the world. And rapIdly .
..> rti'ne I-I can't think all the world' became. only" a back- Mrs. H. L Sprinkle and son. Henry ,I I o'clock at the auditorium. Admission j!' almost lost hope. But I finally fi< md J

-=- ""' =- -..... "I* tiow paling I wa_ j ground, only a setting, for this extraordinary ,I of Florahome, spent the weekend 25 and 35 cent. Everybody invited. |,I'I what I was hunting- medicine to

W.watM a..r .. eiri. I knew nothing; Kenaatlnn. The Mils beyond [ here. I I The New River Baptist Association relieve me of an awful case of .

..11' lo I-e anylxxly .If.r 1 stilt swam, In the hot suollgtiu them'runfaln I John _demons, of Brooker' was attending .':met in regular cession at Lawtey on i .

In ll.r 1"11"l1n.( f-rroar of rove into the blue but the, to business in town Monday.Mr. "Tanlae rewarded
Oct. 12th. at 10 with Rev. L. my long
re .. ., ., atral:;Il to their liearta. light that changes all life lay over I! Boyd of Valdosta visited with o'clock I'! for relief and I se Itch
I ran I i W. Kickliter as Moderator and Dan !, now enjoy be trI
: ( nr.< lime Peter had, them far Peter.
friends in Lake Butler Sunday.
CHAPTER I With j I! health than I have in
hi t. Moore as clerk and treasurer. Rev. I I thirty year
Alta tha latter I real l suffering sbe had 1I" aid to lilniwlf, that It was" a.k- Mrs. J. C. Crews motored to Guilford ,
raara e:1./.7), ntaea. l: :: I < .Aril-he did not know how te could :, Bullen preached the introductory ..t'.1|j Many people on verge of dPF; 'I'
Btrtektend.. ; | Sunday afternoon. i ii
I. livtra .
a.,.. a annrl retired.dlafanra' from .... ; I l a ....11'1."fl. air If Hartlni enter fLal ''""r and talk to Cherry. mon, the subject being "Jesus the express have taken Tanlac and recovered
Clifton Roberts and Mr.
Hi* cIcMd' friend im Paler i Cherry mM. ""110M It i Sistrunk Tanlac is sold in Starke
: I And yet lie Knew' that Hint meeting image of God. It was an able bT :Jr-
ttitnv clnlty,or Mariln* r"uu.e! Joird Vlaltlna=! | .., f Hut I'm only a .f Chetry. that the common exchange i I j, of Worthington motored to Lake Butler address and all who heard it were ner's Drug Store and by leading dr itgists -

falla In. lova" with ajk4 : ; him-" of wad, anti g'anreo. that tlie. dally Sunday. I touched with the great truths whichhe "I''Wh"I'e--Adv.
*nff** 4 to Cherry I fliHHin't. wound ae If he trrfttng. encounters with Cherry .. 'e''! James Segrett visited in Worthing-
brought out. The afternoon
CHAPTER -WhIU tli* J I a* a burden. Ails tmg-, all poignantly significant! now.He I i ton Monday. was projected the earth the
.e.col.ttn4 al lo (jloyd 1" .. spent in enrolling the delegates and n j.
A ry b,.".. htm to auppar. ,; ., the minute I temp' him felt no Impulse' toward' burr,. I I I Rev.' S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at reading the Church letters. The different boards. so quickly that it was a.
Bouncltic brr engagement to lie might: sit on his) porch another |I the State Farm. j ji broken and
'. .',,' tone" ('h..1T"S.. churches were well, representedand up pulverized and the
/ hour might saunter off toward the i i ij Ir' :Mrs. J. :M.: Mann was called to the'
CHAPTER III Oorter well,
8tM covered. The
rr l Peter xtild. with grass height >f
a glance r;
; a good spirit prevailed throughout
Cherry la tOO latin ta ....,' j creek. It mattered nothing ; the hour bedside of her father Mr. Howard.1'
her to wait at I.t a year, .... e. at hla wife: I steadily approaching, alien she the entire meeting. Rev. Brunerpreached beams above the plows prei. ted
eoaxea him into acratina u fully dinifult position fur r' ,, at Ludiwici. Ga., who is critically ill. choking, and when the plows st '
w.ddlnr and th. caramon O"ar. I must" reamiear. at 7:30 Wednesday evening.i! ic
Hi. CO'MarUnaaln at ones any pride, dear!" j jI | Jesse' Bielling of Providence, motor- The moderator called the association i a submerged stump the mac .

abate I "IIIJr to u<'Ju"t the (fI Are a. I Continued Next Week) ed to Lake Butler Monday. i to order Thursday at 10 o'clock quietly stopped. When it is dell i ito

..... ....' tempted to do. met Mr. and Mrs. John Harding and
CHAPTER IV.-Tha | lift the plows over obstruct '
with the ,
i largest attendance of any'day t
av.,. Cnrrry b* 1na .. fast. t laid a poot-Btrenked hand daughter of Providence motored I
aanarai-tlon with Martin and I! LAKE IIUTLEK j jI of the association Dr. Mitchell by manipulating a lever the mac -.e
ony of liar of the itself by means of a clutch lifts :ho
Baptist Witness was allowed
.., f
', of course It .1 l ,
Rev. Pun;. of Baker
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Allx looked rUiuhtfiilty from Lake Butler Oct. 21-The Woman's : county, wastransacting time to present the great need of a plows, and by releasing.the lever tI
IJttla. lawyer bacvmaa ." ( business in town Tues :
Uia waddina; being eat for : : other "l"nt divorce I I..* a Club met Monday afternoon' at the i religious! paper in every home whichhe are dropped again.

aoro at H months"too aad dlatanl.' the t..Ails. gala" !" Khe added. shaking her' '! dub room ::'II.... A. C. Strickland pre- I I. day.D.. W. Borum i ably did. Rev. Gable, the mission.I I One of the front wheels runs in the

t Un Into allowinc'. Cherry lo > It nets noema to me Ju.- siding. Many interesting items were' spent Sunday p.-I ary, was given time to talk of his furrow and almost guides the mach ne

Anna waddingCHAPTER | discussed. i latka. ",work the great work of the missions. so that he operator may turn and
VI.-In her '.. IJ in an Inn I tut Ion." Peter Mrs. A. C. Strickland and Mrs. P. Mr. Rollerson spent Sunday in Val- > and the importance of all being mis handle the levers behind him .' d

Cherry'b... wtth conlraata hr rather tha peaceful sordid any lIul like It any more M. Padcrvtt were elected to attend the dosta. | sionaries. Rev. E. D. Boyer preachedat regulate the depth and speed t, a
El Nklo' aM ...Ua.. that h. prlwrnt or madhouses : of''I Ardell Drawdy" of Five Mile, wasa nicety
haa horn aomvihinr of a state convention of the Federation 11 o'clock to a filled house, the
''''''. here .
trtrkland frallnc that Ch.", Woman's Clubs to be held at Gainesville -:] r Monday.Mrs. I subject being "The Power and Love The plows were then tried in ar .
t ln. fair lo Maruii. in t)>at >" | Bet 011\0'..... every dayl" Norman, of Sapp visited with,
i of field full of high weeds and bn
prolonirtnir' her atilt after in November. Mrs H. F. Pries-I

ding Una ...uricaa.10... preparations her to return for to.... alrmK"" "Isn't In marl'fajt divorce>without letter, ter and Mra. J. E. :Maines: were elected1, friends Sunday. I'I I The afternoon session was taken up The ground was turned over and t:1oI :
The literary society of the Lake
weeds covered out of sight. On 9
as alternatea.Miss j i in reading and discussing the differ- !
;Joyce I Butler high school will give an enter- :
CHAPTER-PeUr 'land the average farmer would h
Marshall Proctor was elected : ent reports brought in by the commit-
ry ha h.. had on. "crand Alit until "mmfuU,. '
Ufa. but the eating program Friday afternoon' in ,, to spend much preparatory work
woman waa not l..e.
I nnother name for pan a delegate to attend the prisoners
dove bar bwbti.dl1APIER not reveal! her name. l ..'hn.-... and IlIrlh..... halt convention to be held in Jacksonvillein the auditorium. I I Rev Gable preached Thursday evening ting piling and burning the weed.
Mrs. :Math: Roberts of Five Mile
: October and also at the state farm !' at 7:30. Disk harrowing was now t-h w

aaf.a'acrlon Increaars 1.111-gib.aa})'":':.. : ': any I"nt.all.).e yours Nov 2nd and :Mrs.: H. F. Wise was visited friends in Lake Butler Friday. I I! Friday morning at 10 o'clock the Two disk harrows hitched tan "iwere

most open break. Martin ta. happy| marriage" Clier-. refreshI I Murray Turner returned' to his homein association run over the plowed land. T
t of alrkneaa and something' of elected alternate. Delicious |: was called to order by the
for him 1 I might I I.* very different Port Orange after an extended visit I earth boiled between them like eter
; Inv raturna u* ments consisting of 4 anana splits,' moderator. Some of the delegates and up
..-.,', "'..1"" '" with relatives 1 I
between the ties of overfl.
CHAPTER IXnorlir .., I.strlcken saltines, oranges and ice tea' wereserved visitors having returned to their an w
... his' naute she cent him JoeCrews and Mr. Strickland of
suddenly ''''h what railway trestle. The pulverizationthe
by Mesds. R. E. Dell liar. homes the attendance was, small. Sun-
...., I
la a fatal }IIIn. Alta amlle, : her blue eyes. vhnne Palestine, were' looking after busi- ,
I to bar fMth.*"'. dpathbf AI. rell. J. E. Mains and II. F. day school work was discussed and soil was perfect and the gn
( the. Prie..ter'l
to,'. death It I. ". mid exquisite rune ness affairs in Lake Butler Tuesday.LAWTKY .
leveled smooth. The harr
.,. had norro...aU money from deefx-iied. Peter smiled. J. P. Coffin and Barney Varnes of t Rev. Bullen was called on to preachat was < w
her and aramlnicly' the debt Johnstown in town the 11 o'clock hour. The were then run over the unplow a
were Saturday.
dlarharxad Wliti ... J on. In a little rmi. 1 subjectwas
the amount pru'-tloliy\ ....... I Allen and Osgood Green of Pine "What Baptista stand for."- He | weedy land and were weighted ft It the manlfi durlor that l.-ri.he .I..' I 'Imagine the' clrctiiuxtance Hill, were gueeta'of Mr. and :Mrs.: Joe very ably handled the subject and was evident that such land could '

Ma wit..'. lalma. II,tnaatin.. I '' I khniitdn't imp yon and Green Tuesday. j Lawtey, Oct. 21.-Mrs. J. H. :Moore: j made all feel[ proud of our great bro I I put in good tilth with, three or fr it
IJrI. are left with "". 'I'
I tiiiiiuarlrei It. trlnmph- Henry Varnes and Thad Carter of'' was a visitor to Jacksonville' Friday j therhood.The {4 disking( *, without the plows to l"rk

>..,., ... and Saturday. '
X.-l Joy. j :'it UPI .
Johnstown business visitors association then
were I adjourned to
been on trip' I '
world. returns a not practically havlnic, .. : I ?" Peter axled. Lake.: Butler Saturda)'. I I L. H. and C. S. Hill were transacting meet with the China Grove Baptist I Then came a demonstration in dit .
dorto,'. death lie hear of : I didn't )Martin!I" business in Starke Monday machine. A of low -',
marry ] j ing by sort p
ton with rard lo thv , Duke of Five Mile was transacting I church one year from date. I
rI. S 5rIsT'pro'I' .. him nnlckly. "Ii Fortune Moulin of Jacksonville
dlaguat Aim has the bout* j about long and three '
business j Rev. L. W .Kickliter
in town '
Tuesday. was reeleytedmoderator
r ln. a fair li> n. stngmg .10) .. to love and honor, :,lorI
i w.'Iaitol'
.,.. .. .. to Lawtey Sunday. wide attached to the tractorput
,' to marry im Mi* Mr. and Mrs. P..ston"illiama and and D. W. Moore was reelected i was
nave a simple' wedding and "go {i .'* and health : for richer. Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular ,
I : alongside the road tl
public w
home to 'H<-. Ideally happy | for better, for wwsp-hr Mrs. :Mandy Thomas of New Rh'er.f clerk Revs. E. D. Boyer and i

CHAPTER XI Martin : ,,, interrupted. herself In motored to Lake Butler' Sunday. j appointment at the Lawtey Baptist'church i L. W. Kickliter were elected to represent i along through small pine sal
leave Md ami to ' I Sunday morning and went to 'I clumps of wire grass and rreand a
IIaI71 > to way, "those ore terrific Mrs. Jean Croft of Guilford was a '{ the association at the South. for the j Baldwin afternoon he'
Sunday where berries. Two st
Cherry retain the old feellna ', I.nOln,1 a !promise I.i |I. tailor here Monday. :I ern Baptist Convention, which convenes gall men <
_.l? f. while there comes to a I at-j
she loves l-eter. Though alia : I fur tnndcllty. you don't tending to business in Lake Butleri j Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke I L. W. Kickliter E. D. Boyer J. L. it. The' first furrow in the h! d
known II rherry la the h'o:; !I I was a business visitor to Lawtey Sat- ground was not very clean; the
Peter hats In m nd when Monday morning. Harrell and D. W. :Moore were elected
hla "urand luiiiUoii II. Ih otiKht to aeperateT" L. urday. ''end little better. But nut'
reaaad lo I.,.. h..,. and the I Mesdames W. E. Torode and L. H.I ground opened and the point u '
; become tragic.
.'" IVler said. Butler Tuesday. I in December at :Miami.: The ;I
Hill were_ .viaitora. f/__ Jacksonville last share could take good hold. N w
n a
Din cx-nJmi.1 when In anld-that :Martin ne 'el -* IL Y. P. U. held an interesting scs- executive committee was re-elected. !
not speaking of Martlr aion Tuesday.E. n.E., D. i I the stubborn turf was rolled ahead' >fI
ruom there' un' no oilur Sunday evening Mary forum Boyer was re-elected
w that of I In- lire that a : leader. J. Roberta and daughter Miss! I member state board of missions. !I'I the plow and the little pines w< re

niuUi iU-a ," ]! that come under Nelle, were visitors to Jacksonville 'either, pulled up or cut off. Sometiri
Ding | "ant. Hague Williams, of Fort Call was The ladies of Lawtey of all denominations -:
after her nrrlvul C1irry | asked. a business visitor to Lake Butler on Tuesday en route to St. George, Ga., I furnished dinner on the 'I'stoppages had to be made to clear th
!I oUld., Peter expoatulated' where they will few,, i it
4, the Bret time of Murtln. Tuesday I spend a days with grounds each day which plow from pieces of roots. On
had lung letter. from .him I) dear benighted wife-" relatives' and friends. verymuch '
a :I stopped when it struck a submersed;
Dave of ( all.
Dukes Worthington was enjoyed by The Baptist
otil mind I Ilof
ten written In a a thing aa a -a Prominent
I men from all when encountered
in over thecounty stump but snags were
town last week.D. Lawtf'take' this
on ton pages| of the 11If'd! l | II, To be tied to a- i opportunity
met in the
Lawtey town hall it just dodged them. By running
cheap hotel', with a little ' Influence day aftw F. McDonald returned from a | thanking the good people of Lawteyf
building maiidlni boldly : death It la worse teas visit to his wife, who is ill at the homeof Friday evening in the interest of the in helping them take care of the delegates ; four times each way a deep.

mackerel, sky at the top of : ...i.infin-t-" her daughter Mrs. A. E. !Mixon I bond election for hard roads which 5 and coming out with their well smooth ditch of a cross-section like a
c 1 ... It !" Alit 1..llItl'd..l "I was held Tuesday I flat V was excavated.The .
He wan well, he had some of Miami. He reports her condition filled baskets at the dinner hour and
pen at the hotel hut lived ; a lot of nonsense talked improving. Paul Dinkins of Jacksonville, spent their prayer is that God will be withus I machine is of ten horttepi 'mat

he had twii playing a little ( "' '''' ont'OOI..zJut It The Woman's Missionary Society Sunday with his family till we meet again. I the draw-bar but in cramped u

.aa luckier than ever lie that If you have a home held its regular meeting Wednesday! John S. Andrews was a business tions, as in plowing this ditch ," ,rvastly
tag Into a prtiM, iltlon Mo books and friends and visitor to Jacksonville
afternoon at the Baptist church Miss fint part of FORIiSODEMONSTRATION A .more' power than ten h
to walk In. -
Mexico and wntffi let you the
Marshall Proctor presiding.' An ,I SUCCESS as the power is not divided. Ii
It panned' out. Ails ; you don't know Interesting
Enoch Griffis is spending a few turn in a radio of ten or twelvt *'
Peter had .been plajlug talking about Cherry < program was rendered. days j i i -
'lazily when the letter was I tier Imp\l"\'fitly. ":;Otll Misses Alberta and Lota Bielling in Plant City this week. Power Rightly Applied Much Admired and on the most difficult ground. '

I Cherry by Allx, who your marriage la a*- and brother Raleigh spent the weekend . Moss Rachel Boyer returned to by.SpectatorsThe to the practiced driver is as ea

Into the tillage etery my ow'u." at their home in Providence.The '. Jacksonville Sunday after spending handle as a wheelbarrow. It n '

breakfast fur marketing and e e a 'many friends of Dr. and Mrs. two weeks here with' her parents, Mr. demonstration of the Ford on made to run fast, or as slow as a -

He had wn <1>erry I was acid for several' Brady Brown extend their sympathyin and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. tractor's work inaugurated by J. W.Andreas at win.A r'
.. .. I the subject of a pomlble
It, Btt-n the little Charles S. Hill
their recent bereavement' was transacting Jr.. the energetic proprietor corn mill had been brought is
Peter crossed
ment of the mu cle. about afternoon Rv. Cnrrin of Raiford motored! 'i I business' in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. of the Ford Garage, took place to the grounds so that the Ford'
and tier It c ' >d and hot and found to
Been put|
a cnndlentlck on the niaiftel apparently deserted lit Lake Butler Sunday morning. I'I J. J. McLeod rs spending a Wednesday, as announced. The trial capacity for driving machiner. >/ .

conalderntloD. At luucheixt l a (chair and. was still }II'. and :Mrs: John Alderman of : few day in Starke with Mr. McLeod ground was at the Leeton :Morgan! means of a belt could be dem g

referred to It. and now" It the rapid climb up. Jacksonville spent the week-end with I who is engaged in carpenter work place, a mile north of Starke and the ed. Not having its own w- "

{ had caused her lo l>e ," notes front the piano Mrs. Susie Townsend. I I ttere. .. demonstrators were Messrs. Bowen move> and for other rea.on"I .

r'1, a little troubled earn : a (chord a
"Mart may go to bass : then a chord again. and Iotn.! Harry Long and family, of I spent Sunday in and near Lawtey. of the Ford Motor Co., and J. J. Tru- The mill worked with great smoothness

; presently, with" "nltb."To ; but with dainty accuracy' Five Mile, this week. i I A. A. Crews, of Highland was a by of Starke. A large crowd of interested and ground corn. But there are
,_ atajl" I''tlr anted. Cherry negnn: t. play I visitor ,
to LawteySaturday. farmers and business men many other uses it could be put t' on
.. study of Schumann. Mr*. H. L. Sprinkle, Mr*. A. C.Strickland. .
Cherry. much.b ruJIif'd."A. a* he sups It was. Cherry, becanse,, Mr. and Mrs. Collins, 'W. I I i, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Jacksonville were present, and when time came for a farm as sawing lumber and wood,

she answered, drily.irml wan always flrm and sure; A. Dekle, Jim Priester attended courtin I: spent Sunday in Lawtey at lunch a wagon drove up loaded withan turning a cane mill pumping w'a ten.
i the home of Sir. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard abundance of grinding meal etc.
I Does that mean he himself had played Starke Saturday. eatables and cold or feed

,t aake
"I auppoM that'a the remembered now that to Lake Butler Saturday. Sambo Griffis of Jacksonville, spent This was Sir. Andrews treat to owns a willing and tireless! slave, who

i aid. llfeleaidy. "He ..). anked him just what Itj I Math Dukes, of Dukes, accompanied [ Sunday with relatives in Lawtey. his guests. i will pull his heavy loads, plow and

;; me to juJu" him about Ui. '" .' a sudden and pleas- | t>y Mrs. Barbara and daughter Frank Greene; of Campville. spent The demonstration showed five dif- disk his land dig his ditches, pull his

.Auffust.helpr' Alls said dl : he' did not stop to Miss Hattie of Five Mile, motored to Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tinct classes of work to wlll'h' the stumps, turn his machinery. It ran
wat silent a few had been ruffled town Sunday afternoon. Charles Dinkins. Fordson tractor furnished power The run through deep sand and muck (It

and Cherry Peter smoked with hit ,...; Allx had known tiaj) Lake Butler high school ia making Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, was time was a* unpropitious as could is so strongly made that only grow

and had not transacting business in Fri. well be the long drouth carelessness: injure it and with
ere.k on this train fine progress under the present management I Lawtey as had made can ,

**"lt-"Cherry said ... .. the car; and while lieu i i and we look forward to a i I d.y.j the ground almost as hard as brick. reasonable care the upkeep costs very

I set my money I'll hate .I mind the walk up. be'| satisfactory term of school. 'I j Miss Dora Clark Wateroak.. was That the work was so successful Under little. Every extensive farmer sho'd l I

live on, won't I. ".ter'" feeling. that they had en1 1. Henry Hall was arrested Saturday the guest Saturday her sister Mrs. these circumstances confers all own one, and there should be one '
"Voull have about forty there him.was silence: then 'evening charged with selling of liquor. i Jesse Reddish. the more honor on the tractor and its every neighborhood owned ('O-
dln.n.t Enpeclally rive per\ cent If another little study, and He was, brought .before County The funeral of the late Albert Mos- implements.The ,., to do the heavy work. ,

live on 'the that valley" Peter the hot summer still Judge A. C. Strickland for trial. Icy, whose death occurred early on first was breaking up stubble We have never seen a more in*
after here ta none tliousbt.Tben again The many friend of Mr*. Dick 'I the morning of Oct. 10th was held land with double plow. The depth of ested crowd than that fathered tr, .

I want you lo ... that he had been dn*. Hewitt are pleased to learn that she Tuesday' morning Oct. nth, at the running wa about eight inches. The what the tractor and its tmjilerr. s

went oo quietly, with for a few IUtnu,..... Peter' I I ia rapidly Improving from a case ofdiptherl. I home of the parent of the dt'<'e8sed.30ft' two big plows cut a swath from 21 could do. They' were all highly -0" '

In her cheek"that I'm | ).... Framed In the cabin .. and Mrs. G. VT. Mosley. The services to 28 inches wide and the furrow slices isfied with, the performances and"

y Martin I think 1\8 have : | 'ed like a butterfly agalnot i' Charles Floyd of Waycross Ga., were conducted by Rev. H. H'I I as they were formed,. resembled spread the news around. It is .

enough rPeter .<'kjrround of the room had fa a guest of his mother this week. I Black, pastor of Grace Methodist water running in a mill race. The I dent that Mr. Andrews will 1If"' 1
He !knew thnt she
looked gravely at W so for some time, for a Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington '' church, and was largely'- attended, a I I machine moved faster than the common good many Fordsons in the near t ttare.

i II ppdded. and. wagged, m* perhaps moreseer delivered an able sermon Sunday large majority of the community be- walk of a mule and therefore .
the are. Bitt AShf I :;spoS I
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21. 1921..

I? aot .oao.- O C.cO--O O oao of the world. Get right now when I it; unable to witness the first -
day'sevent ly the widow
Bdfo.d 'Ia| easy to do so and then stay right. can see it the following and the orphan.
tll ; day. business houses
were closed
r FarmersI ,: Call home demonstration inGam
: County upon your
.t j- i 1 agrent. She will help you for the i for The Florida big derby bred and or "green"owned only race and, I.I isi the ville last during tribute the which hour of could his func be

O 01:10: .Oc=lO -On- -Oc= cGOQot = o- 01:10: asking. I will be a' running card with total to a man whose
--- I I a energy and al
I.. ;I IX)HI DA AGRICULTURAL .\1)- and yellowbacks and 25 doves per day. fairs great care should be exercisedto COUNTY AGENTS' KEI'ORTS I purse of $500. The first half, a sev had done a great deal for the upliu

VANTAGES Camping or hunting parties of have it of uniform appearance !and I en-eights mile dash for {300 will be ing of the city and county !lit M I

,.(T three or more, limited to two deer of the best quality. For instance Hillsboro The given on "Governor's Day" and the Creary was a champion of higher education -
While state fairs generally contain and three turkeys. Possession of migratory !- hay exhibits are often marred by growers of Plant next day which is "Shrine Day" the in Florida, and for many ve
other than agricultural displays birds permitted during the I lack of care in baling. The layers City section. are building a new storehouse last half, a half-mile dash for a $200 he fought for the continued upbui rs,!

their main purpose l is to advertiseand first ten days of closed season: other I should be put in place properly and purse, will be run. ing of the State's higher institutu lg

encourage agriculture. In other game during five days thereof. I I a finish given to the bale that will Florida horse owners are exhibiting (lof learning-in periods when it ,

states they are held in the autumn for Sale: The sale of reedbirds (rice- attract the judge. Each variety of Santa Rosa-Our corn and pig club keen interest in the derby, judging quired real fighting tn accomplish rtsuits. -

the reason that crops are gatheredat birds) and all protected game l is pro- hay should be kept separate except boys are getting ready for the contents from the number of inquiries Senator McCreary is survived

that time and at no other. In | hibited. || where a bale of mixed hay is to be to be held Novembers. received at the State Fair office here by his wife one son, Elmer W. Mc

Florida the (growing season extends Export: Export cf all protected shown. In this case the different and a big field of starters is looked Creary, editor and Manager: of The
I throughout the year and the crops game is prohibited, except non-res-1! varieties should be so placed as to Bay-Thi. week I have culled a big [for. ( Gainesville Daily News, and one

are coming in at all tlnw It l is dent license may carry out game as appear prominent from the outside. I flock of chickens and furnished plans The regular racing program will! daughte.r Mrs. M. A. Edwards.j ,--
possible and advisable therefore in personal baggage: but not more than Some polato exhibits are poor because for the construction of a dairy barn consist of three harness and two run j j Plant City Courier.
this state to hold fairs at different two days' limit of migratory game : of non-uniformity in size and 28x100 feet.lfarlonour. ning races daily. "Cracker Derby"will

times of the year from fall to early 1 birds shall be exported in any one j! general appearance. This is true be in addition. HOG CHOLERA VIRUS

Hpring. The state during this period calender! week. J! with both the Irish and the sweet county fair a. planned Automobile races are to be held on

r- has many visitors who are attractedby tuber. Potatoes especially sweet will feature livestock and com the last day of the fair Saturday, I!
the climate and it is well\ for them EFFECTS OF FALL DROUGHT) should l>e medium and uniform in I munity exhibits. November 19.PROMINENT. To authorized users of hog choler
to sec as well as for those who come '| size. A number of exhibitors wash'potatoes II I j I virus: .

here for the purpose, of seeing what Drought in the spring, even if ; which is not desirable. Each I Polk-Several packing houses are I I I This letter is to acquaint you with
f I.lorida can do and Is doing throughout ,i! prolonged may be compensated by potato should be wiped clean of sand doing business. Many growers are '/ MAN GONE i I I the fact from this date the board wil1!'

the fall, winter and apring.t j ji j abundant rain in the summer, but a 'land flirt with a dry cloth. replanting strawberries. |, distribute serum and virus under th

.i The displays begin with the state dry September plays havoc with the | Peanut exhibits are also often mar I Florida lost one of its moat widely new contract, the prices for same t ting to>

fair in Jacksonville which is getting (I citrus and late summer field crops. red for the same reason. Peanuts Hamilton-This county is making I known and useful citizens in the pass as follows:

better! and better every year. This Last month was very dry. The rains can be polished easily by taking I great headway ,in consolidating her ing away at his home in Gainesville I Blood serum 85c per 100 c. c.

state ran display the products .that which fell were mostly light showers I about a peck in a gunny sack ticing' sohools., We are not marking time, i Wednesday morning of Hon. Henry j Virus 85c per 100 c. c.

are grown in ether) states and at the The semi-drought bids fair to extend one end of the sack to a post, holdingthe but making progress. Hamilton McCreary founder of the ;' Clear serum 95c per 100 c. c.
time of the fair In Jacksonville it through this month, for only .30 loose end in one's hands and Gainesville Sun. Mr. McCreary. who 'I! Virus 85c per 100 c. c.

can also display many products that of an inch of rain has fallen in its working the nuts backwards and for Eacambia have visited ten communities had been in declining health for a For your information will stain

other states do not grow. The state first twelve days in this vicinity.The wards for several minutes. State this week, rounding up club year or more, recently was thought tobe that serum may be ordered in lOt,,
fair in Jacksonville is a valuable advertisement orange crop shows the effect. Agent C. K. McQuarriee recommendsthis boys and trying to get them ready > much improved but last week was 200 and 500 c. c. bottles and virus II

for Florida. During September the condition of method and states that it leaves I for the fall contests, gathering and taken with pneumonia which caused 15, 25 and 50 c. c. bottles. Please In

But it is well that it is followedby this crop in Florida fell off from 85 them appearing as though polished. preparing exhibits for fair and en.I his death. He was sixty years of governed by the above in making your

other displays almost if not quite per cent of the normal to 81 percent Sugar cane exhibits should be carefully -I I couraging community fairs. age, one-lhird of which he spent in orders.

us representative of the state. The according official estimates. selected. The stalks should be 1 Y6....-. -ro..1.. ......_a.. ..... .t'r...Pa. 4n,,, H',,,. .0..v...n"..,. J. W. DeMILLY
South Florida fair at Tampa and a This represents a considerable reduction uniform in length and size. Do not I Orange-Two hundred persons attended then in the Senate. He was dean of State VeterinarianIt's

I' number of other fairs of more than In the possible number of mix the striped and solid colored a community rally at Conway that body for a number of years and
one county scope serve to emphasize boxes of this fruit for the present canes. The longest stalk. are not 'I Friday. Thin community is going many of the real constructive laws of a wise girl who knows when
the idea that Florida Is producing all season; also smaller sizes especiallyfor always most desirable for exhibition.I 1 after first prize for community ex. this State were either framed by himor not to blush.

r' the time This is a very valuable the late crop. The condition of A cane should carry thickness along!| hibits at the mid-Florida fair this ultimately shaped by him. As a
tdrmx' W roWxVt 3IDAt0t; txDtlwiaCfuttadWn01COFFINS !
+' I' 1 idea to emprusize and the extent to the crop at this time last year was with length. A dozen or more well\ year newspaper man, Mr. Mac as he was
which it is already known accounts in 'I -- __ known to thousands of his & CASKETSAnd
estimated at 91 per cent and the dif- ,: filled out stalks, even if not very'I friends
l I large part for the rapid growth of the ferenre Indicates what may be expected long will show up better than long I i| Alachua-I counted more Ihan :50 had no peer in this part of the coun I a Full Line ofUndertakers'

''r state. of this years' crop. At the thin ones without proper finish. !I farmers of this county at the live try. The editor of tht Courier was I' Supplies
The fact that crops' are being marketed the same time, oranges in California'I Great care should also be exercised stock roundup at the University this ; employed by him for more than fifteen -I I-II

) in this state at all times of the show decided improvement for the with the exhibit of canned goods. Ex- week. Never before have so many of years and perhaps no one had a .ATTOMOBILE' HEARER;
year and that to, three or four crops month. hibitors of such goods should con- '( our farmers taken advantage of this closer acquaintanceship with Mr. Mc Alwnvn fin hand. The best mfTirr -

C 4 may be grown on the :name land Grapefruit has declined in condition null the home demonstration agent meeting. Creary than the writer. This acquaintanceship i'(J \ at the lowest pric... Special
gives the followers of agriculture in before arranging them. II embraced also n attention to telegraph or-
'from 85 per' cent but the condition .
Florida a great advantage over those i The and state Ta'lor-A greatly increased acre ,I friendship which will \linger with in tn. Registered Embalmer.DeVvTIT .
of this crop is still slightly better ,: community county
l Is
1 : of other states and it ought to give than it was a year ago. fairs are going to receive more attention age being planted to oats and rye as long as we live. Politically Mr. :
them a !great advantage in credit with this than ever before,'Iby, our farmers. They plan to use McCreary was at all times fair and C. JONES
the banks. The bunks prefer the paper The effects of a dry Septemberwere and the foregoing should be of 111'1'I' I[ this crop for winter pasturage. Communities impartial and he was the most charitable i I I STARKE FLA.
of a merchant to that of n farmer seen, also, in n decided lowering vice in reminding exhibitors, "er.1 are enthusiastic for their of men to those in need t
( 8P..clal'l
'' of the condition of sweet potatoes local fairs
equally as well and favorably known tain important points
and other late I
because the merchant is turning over sugar cane summer
hid investment every day and therefore crops. The acreage yield of both + LiI.'rt-The number of weevil- J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthew
I 1
IIP rice and tobacco Is below that of last DO) YOU KNOW THAT I proof corn cribs in this county has
will In )position to pay 30, CO
year, while corn and hay have shown If increased 200 per cent over last
or HO day notes. In other states the : year. INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
unexpected improvement in the har- '1 Do you know that Florida's winter
farmer is able to only
pay once a
vest. weather interferes with demand for poultry and poultry products Walton-We
year and hence Is known that his credit Dry are putting in a county
( roust be extended for a longer planting of new crops. I 1 )Is not surpassed by any state? cane mill to standardize S'rup.'e you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
period. But with coming The city dweller complained only Do you know that September: and tare/ going to standardize syrup eggs
crops on '
October are good months to make the.. and on vou.
of the continued heat otherwiseweather potatoes. Our farmers
( in this at all times of the are saving
st.atl' year
i conditions seemed to him to annual culling of the laying flock? fine crops of hay.
iind with the name man marketing be all that could) be desired during Do you know how to cull f The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its
crops only three or four months apart I
h, he can borrow with a* great certainty September. But weather may bo Do yuo know that fall and winter! Lake-Local growers lire interested I HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE
of ,, too pleasant for the ,welfare of the eggs depend largely upon proper
ty repaying merchant and
as a
this fact ought to make agriculturalpaper state and the profit of its farmers feeding I- I Aug. 1st, carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth y 'and horticulturists. The decided Do you keep a dry mash before your Lake county and rivers used years i I listed for sale or exchange throughout the United States Canada and Mex
ax acceptable' to the banks ns laying hens all the time? Do 'I ago. A ico. If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. The
Hlump in the condition of the citrus you meeting will be hold in Tav-
mercantile paper. I{ I advertising costs you nothing on commission listings) It will be our hard
i ___ ___ _ ___ i fruits makes it quite certain that the provide green runs for your chickens: ? :I ares soon" to consider "taking to the luck if ,.e fail to find you a deal.
'crop will show de'ldl'Jt'RR\ volume I Do you know that dried milk prod water iVolusia

HUNTING' : : SKASON )DOES XOl'OI'I I:i this year than last, but the growermay ucts are good for your chickens and I Inter-State Realty Company Schell BuildingLAKE
find compensation in better do you know that these products can -Farmers arc planting for ,

j I prices. The short crop of grapefruitof be purchased? their spring crops. I am taking steps 'I BUTLER UNION.COUNTY FLORIDA.
The hunting season does not open last year bids fair to be nearly Do you know that early laying hens to know accurately the number of '
until November 20th In Florida, anda duplicated.If make high laying records? Do you acres of different crops the farmers

license must lie, produced the cost i the condition Indicated by barometric pick out early layers-therefore, will plant so as to prepare a plan I Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
for which is: Non-residents $25.00 Tendings, of great semi-stati your best layers-for breeding purposes whereby all can market cooperatively. If you order your fertilizer

resident $1.25 county of resident: I' onary banks of air, or "highs", over ? ,I without getting our new price lists just issuedPlenty
Resident $3.50/ (county other than the oceans, advanced as a probable Do you know that blueribbon boitds GOVERNMENT! FORMULA i Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers In-
y residents county). No license is required explanation of the almost world-wide are rot caught off the roost the night FOR WORMS IN HOGS secu..;des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

in voting precinct nor of Confederate drought of the recent summer continues before the show? I E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
veterans entitled to a state to affect weather conditions The above are questions asked by The United Stares Department of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet.

pension. the outlook is not favorable to a successful the Home Demonstration Departmentof Agriculture recommends for worms; Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"
$ Hag limits and possessions: 2 doer, growing season during the the Florida State College for Women Charcoal 1 bushel 1 hardwood ashes
Ii turkeys, 300 of any other game birda coming winter.-Times-Union. I Tallahassee. The answer to each 1 bushel; salt 8 pounds; air-slacked''
year. One deer 2 turkeys 20 quail, question Is implied. These things lime, 8 pounds; sulphur 4 pounds; I ---

i ,::1.. 25 ducks, 8 geese: 8 brunt, 25 Wilson ', I'REI'ARING FAIR EXHIBITS mean more poultry, and better poultry pulverized copperas 2 pounds. : ,
snipe, 0 woodcock, 25 rails coots and | Florida is on the road to beingone Thoroly mix the lime salt and sulphur I how

gnllinules in till, 15 in all of plover In selecting exhibit material for of the greatest poultry sectionsVICTORY ; then mix with the charcoaland ,
ashes. Dissolve the copperas in
1 gallon water and MICHELIN !
sprinkle over thewnuie !
.. __ . _
tizuys - - - - - .LL
-t I IIIIIIIII- ---11IIII-- '" mass, mixing completely. Store
- - - - - - - -
in a barrel under shelter.!
in a shallow trough constantly Keep before some I has overcome the commonest

I the hogs i causes of tire trouble
I Dr. A. L. Shealy cf the Florida

BONDS Agricultural College, says that worms P bfP
come from eggs taken into and hatch.

ed in the digestive system of hogs. STONE BRUISES
Some of the worms are at times carried r
from the intestines to other partsof

the body. The kidney worm is an
I example of this V. '
We are in position at this time to secure for our customers and worm gets to the type.kidneys After no drug this : When tire is driven against a curb or over any

friends a little more than par for Victory Bonds, including the interest I can reach it. I I' 1 serious obstruction, the layers of cords in the

Filthy hog wallows should be avoided body of the tire forced inward
that has accrued since the last interest period as they are fruitful sources for are subjecting

worm eltg-.. When a becomes I them to a severe strain that tends to separateand
This refers only to the Victory Bonds and not to the other issues pasture

of Liberty Bonds. We can handle the other issues but only infested plow with the eggs infested, change one to deeply.another'and break the cords.

': at a figure considerably below par. I I The extra thickness of the Michelin tread pro-

All persons who wish to convert their Victory bonds into cash- TilE STATE FAIR I tects Michelin Cords against such shocks, and

are invited to make use of our services. Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 19.-What the extra rubber between the layers of cords ,
i an old time fiddler contest<< l is to violin I still further cushions and protects the tire '
playing "Cracker Derby" at the
against injury.
Florida State Fair and Exposition I'

r, November 12 to 19, will\) be to horse. Try a Michelin Cord. You'll find it lasts longer.Smith's .
racing. It will be the "clowning"
BANK OF STARKE event of the five days' racing meet I

w and is expected, to attract a bigger
crowd than a circus. I f
THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE STARKE, FLA. The "Cracker Derby" was originally i iI
set for I Garage
Wednesday November rn
k. 1C, "Governor's Day" at the fair but

the State Fair management has decided I
to Split\ it in two and make a # STARKE, FLORIDA

1IIi II double header of it. Those who are iI
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1'KESIDENT HARDING HAS will not be called for the present. effect on October 80, opinion varied in I I A master stroke was he, I! nt the home-of- I''
\LKEADY TAKEN AN EFFORTTO Judge Barton their sister, Mrs. R. It apMjrltiii ty ftfflclmll f
and ai.iwn'kd
Hangar official circles today over wh..therI But instead of swimming shorewardj P. Lewis.T. hill tlUd tit the to th* . .
( 1
AVERT: GREAT STRIKE called ut the White House at 11 this strike actually will be ronsum-I j, was drifting out to sea. II. PinhoUler and n .K' Ot<(y, tln IvhndHiit thcmln- Umt nitimd.Cbwtir .Iff- ,t.I.
I sister Lubodin nnn-n-ldi of the
o'clock to Bee the President. Noneof 1 niated.Some. he ntntc or Klorldn. .nd| ,
>s a mlik-nt
attended the Aswooiatlon thv) lawn of /I.nun. In th'.
\\ Ilhln an Hour After Announcement them would comment the ut AntlochSunday. mtt of Vermont. and I I. ..
on situa officials are inclined to take Elem..nts-Ohl! Nature's bane or th asp of !
twenty-tin .
I ymn H I I. tlwrrforc
Conference of H'pr.'nl'lIla.Ih"8.of I ? ordrrvd that
tion. the view that both sides are determined I Must I in this ocean drown ? Minuet Ithoda Mild nott-rtwUliiit' ikfimdAiit t W and (In hrrrtiy
and Alva
I'uhlie on Railway Labor Thomas ut- required m>|M iir Ui \
The announcement in Chicago by upon a !'trike-the! railroads because jOr shall I be permitted againTo tended the filed,:;; In .*'icl) rnimw on or"j brfor l 1.111 of complaint, .
Called Take AnHoclalioii. tit Aunt loch Mufidny, th
Was to Place I
Hoard White House W. G. Lee, president) ) of the Brotherhood j they believe now is the most walk on the pleasant ground? Sunday. ttir Mlh.of tt<..No... of.",unit"" .!. A.hill I)will. 1USI.t Iw ottirrwUe..
The Immediately. tak..n
al of Railway: Truimen, that a | favorable time for a finish fight with I llailey and Lomb ci'nffMM'd l.y ..,id dpfemlftnt.
strike would begin October the unions and the unions because The Thomas attended It I. further ..rd..d. that thIs oiil. t'r IM |>ub. l'
on 30 seemed
| IfkthiMl .
waves to whisper the .
Wabhington Oct. 15.-In the fare I II cow grinding! at the home of S. mire S -k fur four cnriMi'CuUvv wvftt
came as a distinct shock i they believe is the favor- tin Hrndftml, County. Trlt-grnph. .
to Official now most ,
I J.
a threatened nation-wide. railroad Prescott Thursday evening.Mr. It" r iuhllnhd In unlit .....nt, *tid *t......
tike called for two weeks hence I 'Va hington. able time to compel the governmentto I "Keep your nerve and be steady and Mrs. Sum Mott and (chil This Oclo11.\ im.u.. W. AU1F.KM4N. I"

('resident Harding today took definite Officials were wary of comment, but again take over the roads. I I man, dren were, guests of Mr.- and Mrs. .T. (Rfiil%) Clerk rirrult, (':'un. '

steps to break the deadlock between I the impression prevailed that the administration Others however held the viewpoint .('I For 'tis the only way, you, old sport R. Thomas Sunday.! to. M. .IOIIN!!. Hy C A. Deputy KNIUI1T.Clerk..

the railroads and their em- I would net before permitting that both sides are "bluffing" to I II Can ever reach the land." Lloyd Johns nnd son, of Pine Hill, --Hollcltor for C..m|
over the controversy of a nation-wide industrial warfare a considerable .extent and that in the I i were callers in our section Sunday.Mr. -

nnJ nloyes rate reduction wage I to be inaugurated on the'e of the I I final analysis neither the roads nor lIe held his nerve and with gritted I anti Mrs. S. L. Prencolt were % p(l''oI'11'K!: nP Arl'II"'A1'IO'\.aim. I 1'10'11 (71\; KciK OK' TAX THK:I'F.O:

The President's action in brlnll'lnA'1'he international armament .conference the unions will permit a walkout.At tt'l'th.SIt'adiod shopping in Giuhnni Saturday. IICNKKAL: HTAIIIIKHIliTftiy :

members of the labor board and' and while the movements, of winter j.I all events the gravity of the himself the more, ]Harley Thomas was visitor to 'liurrliimrr, noticIn of tax. tm\f elvt-n\ cttrtiflratr Mint), C.. A.numl"Smith, '..... A.ii ?

the Interstate Commerce Commission I I|i fuel are at their height.It situation was not overlooked today by In due time there .came a huge billow Brooker Saturday morning. iht nwixTtivfly*.' ,Ills oulliTlor ttft ion for Hrndrunl im mid, VI. iiwurd by ,

together: wag apparently considerable was regarded ns significant that iPresident officials here. It was universallyagreed Which hurled him toward the shore Mr'. and hi r,. J, \V. Lewis have t>een ' .ftiil ..'rtlllc...* I'd nnd 100 County.U-lnu dntrd HorIdn. -
I Jutm 7. A. H. 18t>7. Maid. Ttiflmtr .. fit
,it a surprise to the Members of both Harding summoned only i I that a national traffic tieupat culled to the bedside of her mother in* tinted July 1. A. P. I IVOl r< and ..1..119...,"tw". t

lodieR. After being closeted togetherfur the members of the railway labor j this time would be calamitous.At Others came, with much more force Mrs. Johns of Stnrke. I rule III.... HI tin' I"nil-)"Id,,,rtincat tinted July... I In, 7. A. !>., IttOi!. h. 'Hi

an hour the joint conference adjourned board who represent the public. At I| labor headquarters here, labor Which carried him shoreward bound Wesley Gillnrd of Brooker was! theguest 1. mad.** upphcittiim. fur twx 01..01 my to olTlcp,..Uo mid in him ao0.,1..0. -

for lunch and it was stated the White House, it was explainedthat t officials] were "sitting tlg t" and saying Until he could touch the bottom, of friend hero Sunday. (.iMcttvrty. wIth.i-nibrar law. 'I"'h,, following iiaiil rertittrattii' r...
I 1 landn In
it would resumed this af.ternoon.j the public will be the real sufferer -. little except that labor would I i And walk out safe upon the ground Little Net a Stokes i Is'I'r)' ill nt II HradTwrd; ; enunty.:: :Ie'I"I': :.. nnn,>.m>d nt th I tint* I
I I of tilt Iniiuanrv ..f aiich rprtlHratm In th.
unite behind ;
It would be extremely embarrassing in case of a nation-wide walkout the striker this writing. I.I natiH-a rt'MctlvHv ht-wlnaf--m__ n. .....Mt. ... .-..ii.... .,- :
it was pointed out, to have indus and that it is the public's interestwhich "We haven't received any strike Thus )he was restored to his family Messrs. Harley Thomas and Frank. I ..'1 Oiiim-iitr forth, .to-Witt N., 0(1(
I emhmrra
trial warfare break out just when the the administration is most desirous order yet." said W. II. Johnston, president -I With a happy and smiling face Reynold were visitors to Cooler Pond 8 ami 10 Itlk 14 In Town of NVw Itlvt-r B. ,4.Un fl. 1 '

distinguished statesmen of the worldare of protecting. of the International Machinists Knowing that his salvation was due,, Saturday. knownOrtjflcau- No. 100 ..n.h........ all df I'lk it5 "t'
gathering in Washington to dis- What action the administration can Association here "but we are readyto To the great God of nature's grace.! Misses Minnie Wood I1t and Josephine HK-nwntd except" lots I and 7 lit. Town oT New Idver,

take in the crisis go out if the other railroad workers Chesser ,, I Unknown. .
us8 remedies for future international apparent was largely were guests of Linn' OH ill. cute No. 119 .n.b..... U>t 7 Illk 14 .
strife. a matter of speculation today.There go.'e absolutely will not accept LONG BRIDGE) Parker Sunday. < Town of New. Ittv..,. .....0. 23. Ti>. ii. S. It. 20 'I t
1.HM. .........01 U. 1C \Ii
W. Johnien. \
is no existing agency of government any 10 per cent wage;\ reductionand Miss Olive Mao Padgett: left Saturday ;; (Vrti11cat? N. 01* vmhraae. MU. 5 9 11, '
Washington Officals Art that is clothed with author- are I'ointo make this time the for 14. In Nt'w Itivcr. '8ro. 24. t.t1. 'I"
Long Bridge Oct. 21-Mr.' and Mrs/ Mailland where' she will SO\: .i.I:ftMrteiiMed: Unknown, ; Tp. 6. 8. K. ._it;fi, a I

Washington Oct. '15.-News that ity to take drastic action in preventing vehicle for correcting other troubles, Ray Thomas of Bradentown, are visiting spend the winter month Unlr, aid( certificate ....,\ u. redi,

the railroad brotherhood chiefs at a strike. The powers of the railway I I too. We are going to get time and a relatives and friends here.Joe Mrs. J. \"'. Padgett and children according' to law tat di. ...d will Umuv thion '
on thf* 14th I day of November.. .
A. I' f
Chicago\ have announced the beginning labor board and the Interstate half for overtime on Sunday;; for Moody was in New River last (and( Miss Rhoda Thomas were visitors Witti'aa my nfTicial, nlKtmtiire and thl .,.

of a nation-wide railroad strike Commerce Commission are of a Acre is a general disposition to fore week. to our school Friday afternoon. llth day of O".ol"o A.. W.1). lUHl.AI.PKKMAN.) : t. !I

on October 30 galvanized official quasi-judicial nature. I" the men to work seven days a week Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner and The Missionary Baptist will !begin (&al) Clerk. firruit, *:ourt. '

Washington into action today. It was suggested that the representatives and we are going to abolish piecework (children of Gainesville, spent Saturday their union meeting: at Pedan Friday, JO-14-Ot-ll-H. Ity C. A. IVputy KNK.l.r; (" "-,k.MASTER' '

Within an hour after dispatchesfrom of the public) on the labor too. I and Sunday here, guests: of relatives IVt, 2Hth. Everybody Invited to at 1 .

Chicago had been carried to the board might get together with theInterstate 'I "We won't declare any strike dividend and friends. tend.FARMERBROWN. LHA1.B!:
White House by the InternationalNews Commerce Commission to I| or benefits but we will establish I '\'. M. Hodges of Stiirke, were in luimuanoo Not la of tmrvliy m certain Klv. Anal n tliut,(.teen umh-r**, madn nnd and I in i f

Service it was announced that endeavor to work out a solution of commissaries. We have warned our our section Thursday. ''l wmlcri'd>. 1 '21. In on and the by VUI> h the day HoiiorHlili of mopU'mlM-r.:, Judiro: A.of a I ...

President Harding had summoned to the present difficulties.It I men to conserve for a strike and Supt. H. B. Wiggins was visitingpur the Circuit Court: In and for Hr.ilford.. cuun- t

Washington' the members of the rail- was also stated that the President many of them laid away large food IIl'hool'l'dlll'lIday. ., ty.therein 1'loridu., In vhartrery, in that aertaln( rauae
iMnillnir whir ln the 'I Own of Stark*.
way labor board for a conference.The might' find it expedient to summon I stores." Mr. nnd Mrs. II. O. Rivers I, a miinli'lpal; corporation i Is complainant: mid

members of the board who will to Washington the brotherhood I I One cabinet membC'r.110 asked the burial of their little niece attended, Beatrice You know Saninntha, I wan up at I Halite'I'tit-o Tlmm Ilium! ,and willow laura uf Wm.Ti"on,Ti.hln<...,wife di>c,.
onfrr with President Harding are of (chiefs the railway executives and the I that he be quoted expressed the Johns daughter of Mr. and Itlrs. Slnike, yeKtcrdny nnd I did nut tell and ri'Nn'd.lh. .olo sri 1 tu rti'feiidanta
the public group--Judge It. M. Barton members of the railway labor board opinion to the International News was taken ill with pneumonia Sunday I[ you about, I the speeches, and good road ,I. A. Z. Adkina' a. HIMTIM! nmnU'r. hnll, .

of Cincinnati chairman; former and deliver a flat ultimatum that a Service that "both sides arc jockey night and died Wednesday, talk I heard up there. olTor tlu I, hit.for'...Nt aali Itlddtr* at for.",,hlla cnnh outcry, ....ror.and U....courthonn '11 to.

Governor BenW. Hooper, of Tennessee nation-wide rail tie-up at this time ing." lie didn't believe there one old. The I I Kverybody was out III the "It'l..t. I diMtr In tttarke, Hrailford couiily. HorIdu. -
will bea year body was laid to on Monday the I, 7th t day ..r,.
and G. Wallace Hanger. It is is unthinkable. strike. rest in Siipp cemetery, near Raiford all talking! nt once. Say, they sure! A. ./). limi "lurlnf (I.. luwiil ....u.. of ...1.. LI...

understood that the labor group and J Despite the flat) announcement in "Both sides are weak in their positions Friday lit J I ::30 o'clock. Our sympathy , I have woke up. I feel now that wo j I following'I'InW. < .dtwrrthed t thirty-nix,|'nitHrfyl ftvt and to wil rl I"hl: Inchea, I

the management group of the board Chicago that the strike would go In'' ," he said. "Labor is nrntic- goes out to the bereaved are mire going to get the bonds In of Into "'Iv"' (t61) and $.'..... (71) <'f mOoch .HMV-.
narontn. I II II : <>nti>cn | H' urlHinnl town of IStarke.
-- ularly weak in that railway wages/ I I Among those who att..ruJ..i prayer spite of nomo folks who I think t tlii-v In Ki-pt",,. 2S. 1owiiithi> A, f. It t 24! ) l.aHt.: '

I;are| now at 226 level, as compared | meeting Saturday night were Mr. and I enii't seo their way clear to vote for I A. H. ClEWS, A. Z.H.wclal ADKINH Muhf.-r. i iNOTHF
with Mrs. Leon the issue I )Wilt C. Jones wns out Mnlicltur 'ttr Cnmiilttlitant. 10-7-6-11-4
pre-war prices, while the. cost of I Renfroe of New River

Fords 'living has sunk to a level of 160." Mrs. Charlie McKinney and children.Mr. !; working with his coal oil, just letting I -
These his. business take euro of iUelf.! He OF APPI ITATION F"H TAX hEFt .H
figures based Mrs.
were P.
on.E on a normal n.) Crews Mr. and I UNItS HM'TION 575 OF 1IIR.rMKAI. '
level of 100. I Mrs. 1'. 1 S.;; Crews Mr. and Mrs. II. F. knows what it means In this county '. ; : sTAt IIi'S'S
I Hcreliy nntlrn }I. yiven trial T. J AMrrman.pure I I .
and in it tlinl wants to *
j I Renfroe, Miss Mary Humble, Mrs. W. everyone proa- i ham:, *r of ta* imto ciirtHU'ate I ,,,,,,,Iwr.'d
MIHST TIlE ROCKINCJ BILLOWS i|I Thomas, Mrs. Billie Johrm per and live III God's country. reeiH-ptlvvly HI), 81. ItS. fI 2, 72, 112 and 204.
Ruby iNHUi'H hy tho Inn coltrptnr of Hrftdfnrd' .. .
o un
ACTO I --- i i i Johns Oak Rivers,' Mrs. H. C. Crews I Snydor was hopping' i around! I trying i I'' *ty, I Uiriiln,, saul cortlftcKtcM he'ntr' dnti'd July
E Messrs. W. to take care of the.I trade.t Been keepIng Vth lUte. h.. fllid eafd eertitlmlit In .
C. Whitten and Maude -
Manly nnd JE. Crews Gerald! Ad- I und ha. maile.. apiillrntlim" for I... di>ed
Lucy of Raiford recently enjoyed the I kin Karvin Rpnfron Mr. and | him busy, hut ho gave mo i it lint .S.. I."... I In arcordiince.. with 'law,
Hniil rt-rlllM'Htim .
'of ropepilvrly '.mhr. .. th.
pleasures of a nrft>rt vacation at Pablo O. B. Moody, John Crews of Lake goods that are coming! flown nndon fidhiwliitf) 1..1.l In llra Bench and St. Augustine.' Butler which. they a'o making new piioii HHfifKHi'd. nt the dais, of tho limmnc'e of mirhrcrtilk'ntfri
passed through/ here Friday In the I, nnnu<. rmrieoilvvly. ,$ IWI'Uifl
I I F.0. U. D.In..t ( Mr. Lu'k. who is a disciple of tho evening cnroute to Stiirkc. I i Now It says 4 foot, woven wire an.'. pnrtlrtilnrly. ' m-l forth, 10I -...'. ,
A !Muse fence 20 rod I combination I I (".'rI IIicatr No HO rnihrnrfS. Hfiiithwetit: ()uur, .
describes Mr. $12 J rut I.
t some of tho events and( Mrs. Harvey Warren, of a tor ..r NnrthffiHt Cfunrt A North Half nf8niilhiaHt
I in poetical phraseology.? Kniford, passed 20 rod 12 inch, ,slity( $10.50.( ( (I"", "'". Hrc, 2:1: 'I I P. a. H. It. IH K.: .
through section ...., ...
$ our I 120 arrm. '" W, II. Nt.lt1rfn.
Two friends of tho Friday.Willio. I :3 fuet 20 rod, 0) I Inch ntay t $!>UI.(,() I ('t''I..In.'...., N... .i L-nif.r.....'. HotitliiiiHt, Cjinir,
town If
( Raiford, f foot ;poultry, I nnd(( I rnliliit fence. 1 0 ttr nf H..,,, I".l Quarter. H.... LtM. 'l't,. 6. 3.
1 Itnth sturdy tried and true, Shirley of Brooker was! in It. IH K 4d( nrr<., auM'fiNed,. J. J. Itrannen
Were our section Friday. roils, $11.0(1.() Nnils i I (i and 7e per 'poundIVWitt O-rll'Icntp No Urt enihrnuoM North,' ...t (I........
given/ a short vacation I tr of Northenrit. Qunrtor.I ""n. lrt.! Tn. II. f*.
And quickly decided! what they'd do. Onio Rivers and brothers. Bill and C. JOIIOH keeps'' right up" totlic'inn K. IH 1.0: ( ncr,... HUNmet) J. J. Hrnnnen. "
I ; ike t a rid Hells on the market Ct-rtHlrnU' Nn "li i'nbina com lit NK /'orif
I Jackson spent Sunday; with their; sister <'. I tiuidfi' wold_ I.. IKit: ..n... run N hIlt' ft.
They boarded north-bound Mrs. I'. S. Crews." I not tit wild I the goods) cost 0) months W ma n.. II linnet8, $".".! line I OH f"'.t. B:
"Pl'g'gy"I I Ills f.ii't In toy Hi>,. JH, TV. t, O. It. XI F...
1 smiles and full of glee Mr. am') Mrs. J. K. Adkins and ago.lea I nitn'iiHi'il O. C Hnpii."
daughters what did ho say about me ? ('","lIr..'. No i'4 .i-mlnfici Ni>rthi>nnt Q......
F Wit h their ultimate destination were visitors to SumpXon I tiir of Hniithi'nHt: Ounrlcr. ..? Norllirnnt (Junr
Sun Pablo by the Sunday. Well I, Sliver lie wanted I to know Ify,1l I! (IT A HiIII llnlf of Norlh ilnlf nt Holilhwri
sea. I
) J Hazel wore going to school.! I Ho said) if Unnrli of Ni>rlhwi- Ounrlrr A Suiilh listS .a
111)1 Ab\ Turner of fiaincsviire, Is of Niirthfont Uunrler, of. HnnlhrMit. Qunrtir A
upending a while you wanted a job from him you would' I Wrat unit of Hum,, In, 'nm Uimru-r. i.r Houl hi>nnt .
Oh with
what a thrill to these friends ) grandparents .
Henry have gunrtrr A Norlh half of H.inlh. I Mnulh.wml .
) 1 And wasn't that bus ride a peach Mr. and Mrs. W. T Turner to go to m-hool. tMnrlrr', of fiW 1-4 A WM of MR I IIn't f timo trr of Hiiuihwo'it Qnnrlfr.,, A Hniith, Hi( lf of
Jim going to I & 4
Ii Across the bridge and o'er the rouJSIH'ding Thomas and Curnie Johns of my N.,.,.h.1 (Jllarl., r of. Himllicn, tJunrl.T, of
ViA\\ t Ford New River paixed *boot." I wa ntI job ..IOW.I Hmilhwml OunrliT.. H.... u Tn. A. R. II. tt'i Ii:.,
to through
Pablo Beach ? hero Saturday .
VO .e,... .M....0d Unknown. ,
I Say, Sliver whnt did you do to !Mr. I Ortllli-nlv: No I lit ."',,,,.c..! lot I uf Illk)
I Howard Bosslngc-r'H ponriuts ? 1 He spit t hem 't'III. J. W. l-nllon' ntirvry of. W.rlhlnirlnn
Was Right Their next pleasure was the breakers Thomas of New .River, Herlum H.,... UN. K. sa. In., s. S. II. II E..
And trut treacherous undertow was in our section .Wednesday. I lout, and wont oil mud.! .._,,'d Unknown.CirtlllrHtv .
I Oh, I j just wanted ( No. 1104 ">",hrao.i. nil <.. Norlhi .
When Where they played and dcsported Dcnzil Thomas of Miller attended. put some pop i> (jimrtvr. of irthiniit, tjunrti'r, Ri>.. li.: 1p. *
prayer In him so I shook ntii's red pepper box T, R. U. 21i E. Dill) a.',... aaa.ia.d Unknown.
I Until warned it was time to go. meeting here Saturday night. tint I,.' .Rnnl. ( Ditrtltlrnti' '. nhnll. ho rvilMfmrd.
Mrs. N. G. Moody and little daughter ver his dish of peanuts. Ho sure. did I .,'co"II.." to law, I.. di.vd will IMUI tlu, ,r.iollon
hop, u round and spit. I bet he l'uMs'el) the |17th 01.,, ..r Ontnbi'r., A, I.) IMUI. ;.
'd' He Said: i Of course, they patronized the restaurants Audrey Belle, nnd Rose Johns WltnioH niy. offk'lnl nlKttnturi* unil' mvml thin.
spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. all the way homo. tho 14th dry of. Bi
j And among other things hark! : nrul Mrs. C. M. Phillips near Samp- Now Sliver you have made him (fl<>nll, C.a: W.: (Al.HKUMAN;'Irut! .

'The Tractor will enable the farmer to i They had a taste of that quaint you old sun City. mad) with mo. Can't you treat folks,4. Ilrndfurd ' l'j.1 .!.. J t

work fewer hours in the day, giving him i bird Kverett: Renfroe was a visitor to right when they come herr ? OHOKH ran" ruiti V UC'ATION-... I

more time to enjoy life. I believe the trac- The chicken Nonh had in the Ark. Starke Saturday. In rircuil. .:>iun. H.a. uf !S lurliln "Klithth: VJu.IleIal
William Smith I' Even a man who is opposed I to deception Circuit' tlrndford County, in Chnn- 4

tor will make farming what it ought to be were numbered and the Grandma Smith! will endeavor to walk cep.MarIa I. "I. III... end !. W. Kicklltvr. hrr
Wouldn't it on nick
stagger;\ our forefathers lint last 1)0,1,5. .
) ioi. comiilnlnnnli ,
-the the straight, when ho Is drunk.
most pleasant, most ,healthful And puzzle some! old Pharisee week. staggering vn
the most profitable business on earth'.1IIIThis If they knew one had to pay nix bits Donald Adkinn and MisH Mary I "Jobs for I It ltnlH.>,1'1"N rl Nisun rl.... tiy rirfrnilnnt.nlTiilnvft,, ",.....n..1. to ll h.
For a ham sandwich and Humble attteridvd the party at tho everybody, in Mr. lIardhlg' hill fll<'d In of
has done much- a cup : slogan. But slogans IIr(' not Nixon thtf dcfvndnnt thrrvln fmmvd In a
tractor much-very home of ... .
tea 7 Will Andrews, near New .n..h''. nt .if the nlntv of .",...1010. and that

in bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in River Saturday.Mr. digestible. known the. rtildinco..nnd. In of
it is a machine which has harnessed one of Their next. point of Interest was and Mrs. Will Brown and child, - -- ; It !I. thrroforo, ordnrcd that said "on-.
The ,.. . .
wine man koepa, his troublesto .1 difi-ndnnt do and I. hvrrlijr r qulrd
the most dependable, efficient, adaptable, The oldest town in history of Brooker, panned through our burg himself, But the fool Is still wiser to nniii'ar to th. *, bill of. onmnlnlnt Hind In unlit
Monday. enuMo on tir IH foro Mondny, 0..
With 21nt las of
economical sources of power in the worlda Its narrow streets its grim old he doesn't have any. NovunilMT, A. I I. 11121 olhvrwlno, tlio .l1'xntlonn .
fort B. F. Renfroe was transacting business of nnld Mil will bo tnk.n_ .. ._._.n'ouod_ _.. __.
-- n
machine that from thirty to -- --- t ,
saves fifty >y aid derendant.
I The oldest house, and its Mona in Lake Butler Saturday It i I. furthrr onlered' that thin f.,.d.., !b. pub*
per cent of the farmer's time a machine tery. Charlie McKinney was a visitor) to Are You A Rundown ,tlnhed flru'lffird, I for eltrht coiut,..utlv. w.H ka In *.h.

which many farmers claim plows, harrows Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. I IK hud In .County ald county 1'.1. "and al.h..I.te a nrwupai, .r pub.

or drills as much ground in the same timeas The lure of the ocean came next Floyd Clark and children were Nervous Woman ? '1 hi. HeptvmtHfr' HI*.t. IU2I W. .AMJRKMAN.

four, six; or even eight horses. And morea Away with friends to it they went attending to business In New River If You Are This is Most Important IH..*" Cl.rk rirruft Court
Ily C. A, KNKJHT.;
machine that takes care of every power With rod and reel and bathing suits Thursday to Youdri'iiiKtaii Ueputy Clf-rk.

In a flivver all on pleasure bent. Joe Hill William*, of Lake Butler, l I U. K 8 job on the farm. Ky.--"Kurrio[; years ago/: I tt-ei-9t-H-U
f here last w't'k.ZIFt' hud ft ( oiiciiti, l liu.vk-i'own' in health. HIM --

Call and let's talk it over, or telephone or They went In during flood tide, very w'rvullslw, ) 'weak I hoard l II,. <>Kr>rK: FOR PUBLICATION
In : .
I'u.,..,? Knvorite i ) Court, Htate of FlorId Klirhth':
card and we will bring the facts to No danger did the Atlantic show Prowripf iuu luxlily' ron- Judicial., Circuit; Ilradforil. County, In Chan
. drop us a ;you. So;; each time the billow oiimicnded, HO I liepun taking: it, and in ....,...
C rolledThey anhort tuini my health, and) strength, : wore! U..tll" Manning,
out would further jro.: Ziff Oct. 21.-Miss Lubedia Pinhol- fully nwUirml. I am still enjoying: K'Kd' ComplainantCieoiif ; ,

It"r. of Brisker" began: t"al' health nml calm Infctily; : rcmiimnenil l >r. ; Mnnnlnii.itcfnI.nt.v.. ,

,. S. The tide finally chanced/ to ebb} 1 Tuesday morning to assist her brother 1'lnrre'n FllvuntA'I'r.'riptiml" ; for tlin illsof . .
Prof. T. B. Pinholster. women.' -Mm. J. J';. Hull, 121(1( It apiHarlnu liy, affidavit appended trt th*
One was swamped! by a huge breaker I I Mesdames W. R. and II. F. Warren lliiuuty and I Health KO )lian'l, in hiind. reeldent Manning of the th) *defendant male of Florida therein' and I I. .

Then caught/ by the undertow. spent' Sunday guests of Mm. Martha Do riot neplect time miMit vuliinhle iiHoet I hin... if nn that I'........ of auhpnena c.nn..t
Parker. you tav", ) (Jo; to ,fill'II neiclilmrlHHKl. ) drug: I I I (I.. .",v.d upon 'lilm, and la over the .r
store and <'( I uvurite I tw>nty-am. yam It U therefor. ordered' thai
He Rev. J. W. WoOds hed K IVeHrniilinn in Haiti ,.. ,|i'nt rief,,ndant he and !I.
at thehomoof
wan a powerful swimmer, pren< j tablet. .* or liiiiul.| I It yon are trnuMi'il. to .,'|.et.r to the hill of complaint tierehy flN"rediHred .-
_._ __ I Mr.and Mrs. B. Parker Fri-i! I write Hr. I 1'ierei,, incident. J InvtiliilH. In nnld, eau. fin or tofu* Monday the lIt
div night. A large crowd was Hotel in HnlTulo, N. ., .and, ) reuiivu good' dla', fit November. A. 1>. IftUI oilierwiHe" the
J. W. ANDREWS Jr. AU No Worm in a Healthy Child I .'nt. llJoojulIl Hilvii-i'. in rot, UfII, (re.. alliffatlonu ff.Meil. I.,, saId of nald iltfendant.. bUt. will I Ix. taknn .. ..."
chlldna troubled with Worm. biv ma oo- Pft.II'I' It I. further. ordered
Messrs Eugene ---- -- --- that thin( tir AUTHORIZED b&tJouajr. whlca tadlcMo poor blood and .. a and Hugh OHIIf POM piihltHhetl nor. a week for four. eotiiwetitlve,
rule CROVE tl.... io more or I.... stomach dUturtwooo. Crosby and Ray Andreu, of ,) In Clraull Court Kl Pl/HI.ICATION.t. of Moridn.. R .hlh weekii In the Itradford Cminty Teleirraph., a
Fordson Dealer TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given r... Ju.fal! .l (:truht. Ilrmlroril, nrwHpap i'iii.lUh.-d In milil county and at.t.
i Ford and sally tut two or three week will .Dr...... lira ......><1. attended the cano grinding the County In Chuntry. 1'101.looP", *''''''r 27. term
Improvo tbedlaeoUoo.aod ocean homo of F U. (1. W. ALPFIRMAN.:
S aBnoonlStrmintliI .. Prescott Thursday night. lorn C ( Took to the whole rierk Clrrult, Court.
omum. Nature will I Complfilniint.v .
STARKE, FLORIDA tnrowoffardlniial the woqm..sod "CnlMwlllbo boa Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills and children I v* I py C. A. KNtOffT.Deputjr .
La ported liraUlu ...., K. CI.......
flooinot u Uno. 75o per buuio. of Graham spent Sunday here Cxiy, Dob-uUnt. A. Z. ADKINfl.
flollaitor. for Compiatn.nt.10StlO2$


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Th loft of the building]I children. We all I \: knew it And morning I visit
nostoflice depend on one aDI pretty as ever. i was over. every thinner
; tally, Tcltgrapli;
at Kt. Augustine/ was so infested with !I other And when one ceases to discharge We are, apparently the chosen peo- And I realized fate had a lonely life shrine
--- :=::::: =- bats till the postmaster was compellI I I his duties in an economical pie cf the world. The pride we had of for me in store I take with me some trop
Published weekly and entered as ed to secure permission from the ail- ,j r sense, others must first suffer, and old -we have still; )) a right to feel, for When it was all over, and I left her and violets entwined,
econd class. matter, at the post thorities in Washington to get rid of j I I then his own turn comes. Money was after all, the self-seekers, the incom- :, sleeping alone.I And I kneel and pray to God
v office at Starke, Florida. them. It would Jntercnting to know I|l made to circulate, and .stoppage. petents. the fanatics, the spend-! built a little shack close' by her That some day he will let
-_ -- how many blank the sorely tried i iI |: circulation will clog the arteries of thrifts and the industrial bandits dot| grave again my love.
"I r.. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerA I postmaster had to! sign and how many I I trade and disturb'the economical bal. 'Inot compose the entire population. ', And erected there a memorial stone By JO'v
government bureaus the matter had ance. j Those who have good sense, honesty Which: bore this inscription:
to go through before the permission -_ I and patriotism will see that the coun- I'
manufad :tin- i"n..rn> has put
up a "till''iii Jerks"i'i\illi-t to th'i -11tratc was KCcured.I Also how many blanks WE ARE ALL RIGHT i try does not go to the "demnition I If any here, of kindlier blood
will have to I lie signed before the i Therefore let still
bow-wows. us .
i -" the d"rnl..l l t" of HUlillinthe Should ask what maiden sleeps below. E. K.
"b.k orrfves. But the many department I hallow our national holiday, not likei FERRYMAN
garbage imthf-wl Ihnr. Theyaver A writer in a widely read magazine It III i only a tender bud
;, clerks Washington could not i children but like men ATTORNEY.AT LAW
that Jacksonville' truiUuce is complains that the Fourth of July is I That tried to blossom in the snow
I rich in by-products, and that with theproper II joint were it not for the sake of the falling into misuse and that the wont. who are proud and thankful for a free And now lies where the violets grow. STARKE, FLORIDA
; (I rods of red tape that are made toI I and great country. !
equipment it would b* pOR"i.I' ed enthusiasm on that day is rapidly) !
: ble to extract from a ton *f it "by. I hamper. eVE'ryo"ernment/ transaction. waning. He gives as a reason that
products worth $66,790." Just think first one, then another privilege is taken -I Wedding rings are Mill j)) used in this
i how much rood "buck" l of modernity but most of them
mud >e wanted away from us; that the government 'Hay: I
f i'" c in Jacksonville dally. TilE IJUYEKS' STRIKE is ever, like an octopus spreading -1 lire large enough to slip off easily.! GENERAL INSURANCE
I Itself business and 1
i over private ,
The Times-union is uneasy because A curious psychological manifestation I that the country Is no longer guidedby 1j j We take issue with the ]local patriarch i HAROLD C. WALL
there Is on the congressional calendar which follows on the heels of wise and patriotic statesmen, but who> claim that we can not
, a bill proposing to change: officially I other phenomena bred since 1914, il by Incapable politicians who care for I make a statement that is absolutely I STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
\. the weights: and measures of the country I the apparent tacit agreement among nothing except the enrichment of beyond contradiction or argument.;: ,
to those of the metric system. The .lour people to quit buying anything themselves and their friends, by fanatics The things' that happen most frequently LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
( i Times-Union fears that this bill may 1 I that they can possibly do without. and labor unions In short' are the things that most frequently -
I it become a law and tbuii cause much I This "buyers' strike" has been preva- that the American people no ]longer happen.
trouble. If it doc, it will be a case ,,: lent In the North and West for quite! feel that they have anything to be ,
r where congress propones but theN a while; now Florida is in its clutches. proud of, but hang their heads and lethe No matter who starts the ball
I country dinpoiiei./ Congress may do 1||I It was natural that the people national holiday go to the devil. II rolling it's the fellow who ke"PIIlp
I.N its damt'dctit but a quart of boiled i,.: should turn a new leaf once the folly Well we can't expect' to be young with It that gets the gravy.If .
peanuts will never be known by any of extravagance that had hitherto forever. If we do not, as formerly, I
1 '. other name, nor will a yard of home-'i prevailed, bad become apparent; but howl scream, jump out of our shirts I people were forced to follow ,
r r spun or a pound of frrits. I one of our national characteristics It and shoot our I fingers off on the their own advice what a sudden silence -
. f I I to "run things into the ground." Judicious Fourth of July, It is because we have would prevail. _
It is said that in the city of Cologne economy Is praiseworthy, and grown more dignified and have shed
Germany seventy-two different ,..necessary for our welfare. But the I some of our provincialism.. There ON THE REACH
I odors can be distinguished.': 'That lai withholding/ of buying what we really are, indeed, no reasons why we should ..
t nothing. Since the coming of the,I,need, and of expenditures for the pub feel ashamed of ourselves. We are The palm trees above LL
i poor quality of gasoline which automobilists I lic good, is not only foolish but blame 'I the most virile nation that has ever Majesty raise their heads to the au-
I must use, -we in StarVe dally worthy. We are complaining of high existed upon earth. We are as tough tumn skies,
i have oar nostrils assailed by over a i price, but if we atop production by as nickel steel, as resilient as whale While in a shady nook my lost love Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE
J t( hundred odors, and they rae all bad. I II not buying the products, many producers -! bone, as indestructible as asbestos. If liesBeneath .. SONE ETERNAL"
I They range all the way from spoiled will have to go out of business the Romans had been ruled as we are the flaming tropical skies
sauerkraut to burnt rubber. The scent I and the others base to curtail production and cut such didoes as we do, they I On the beach, I watched o'er her when And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make
:d the moonshine imbiber used to carry which 'means higher prices. would have collapsed' within a few the light left her eyes.
., along, is absorbed and neutralized by I We complain of hard times but thereIs weeks instead of a few hundred years MEMORIALSRenowned
the other smells and he 111 safe from I II no better way to make business dull We are new and pretty and the And I love to nit by the salt scentedsea
I I If' suspicion' I than to stop buying for those who depend powers above love us. The European I '
on our purchases will be without dolls are old and worn out-the paintis While I watch the billows rise and
: Another railway men's strike is means to spend, for commodities and I I gone the hair torn off and the saw I lap around me FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand
staged for October 30th, when the different labor needed for Improvements.The .
dust and straw are coming out. And if fills my eyes with tears EVERLASTING
If unions are "ordered" to walkout : prices we now pay cannot bet Therefore the powers hate them. Our I ITo think of the desolation ENDURANCEThree
by their bosses, and they hop come much lower for good reasons. cheeks are still unscratched, we will Stored up for me In the conning yearn.
I then to paralyze the commerce of then The high wages paid for labor will say "mamma" when our tummies are essential' factors to be considered in buying monuments

country. Well, let them strike. This ': not be appreciably loweredDuring pressed and shut our eyes when laid For what else could be more desolate are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
i time the country will nut be brought ,, the war the supply' of many natural I down. Therefore we are beloved. We Than a tropical Island in the South RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this :combination -
: j to Its knees' by these rule or ruin men. products was seriously diminished. I may act like cheerful idiots!, yet we Seas when buying our material.
I I To 'contrary, they will find that Much goods that formerly came,from survive. Well)) do I recall the hours I watched
I trains can be run without them. Water Europe and was Bold cheap has ceased The United States are in no more o'er her COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.
.II Ii : transportation hard roads and auto to come. Transportation is higher danger of collapsing than is mother And cried out to God'in the heavens e Leading Manufacturer of the South
't :J \ trucks will be given: a new impetus than before and there is
. ever no earth. She experiences earthquakes, above iIj Field or Special Representative, I
; I 7 to the serious damage of the railways, remedy in sight. floods drouths blizzards back love.
'a; tornadoes Not to take but to give my W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.
{r from which the strikers get a good Let us be economical but not to the landslides, and bouts with comets, yet r .

, living extent of injuring ouraelvesand our she remains as young and strong and But alas there came a time when I 1JtnU =I"rnllf]=="'IJI"lJImDtI"IIUJIDIIJmlfl"" =nm_
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the shrewdest men of the country are at fault in their predictions. A period of great prosperity -

is before us, and this will affect the real estate values as well as all other lines of .

I business. Property will increase in value with the new business life caused by good roads.

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.- .. -:"'-"f..w.ton. .... .-....-- ". Wrestling with II weakened condition J I
of the blood ia a desperate struptrle. /
J, S. Griner, of Mclrose, was in He has lately hud shipped from Thin watery blood deprives the 1
"loike: Monday.Cabbuge Starke a number of hogs to his new I
,I body of energy and causes n played-
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out feeling not unlike utter exhaus
plants for sale at Kick-
tion. A man with weak blood has
Uter's. 1O-21-tf.Mre Rub-My-Tisra for rheumatism. I .
not' the full use of his powers. lIe \

Mary AMI Andreu, of Durban, Capt. R. C. lleiberger of Brooklyn lack decision and ,'adllateslntit he Me-o-my,
relatives in Starke t week. was present at the Fordson demonstration '
visited !Some" men and women too, iro faltering ,
Wednesday. went
enthusiastic,, Fordson advocate. along for months scarcely reanlfzinR how you'll take to
Rub-My-Tism cures sores. '
that they need Gude's IVptoMantfsti 1
the blood builder. Out when "\ .
J. L. Harrell, of Lawtey was a visitor Mrs. R. S. Johns Miss Georgia Ep I they have taken it for a while, whata I I .., pipe--and P A !
and I II a
to Starke Monday. person Roberts of Lake difference there is In the feelings!

Butler were visitors at the home of: I The old-time vigor and the redblooded -

Shriver's big sale is still on. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green last Thurs I hue<< of Rood health return. The
day. new rich blood gets to work, building, Before you're a day older from bite and parch (cut

G. W Sapp of New River was in fortifying, lifting the" spirit up to its you want to let the idea slip out by our exclusive pat .
You wont treat yourself right If have
normal standard.
town Saturday. Physicians ented ) are revelation
under hat that this process )
you miss Shriver's big sale. prescribed Gude's Tepto-Mangan for your r ; t

Mrs. Margaret Norton of Miami, is years as a blood-builder. Druggistssell is the open season to start to the man who never *,

visiting her ssiter, Mrs. J. A. Morgan. I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kielling, of Un. It in liquid and tablet form. Look something with a joy'us could get acquainted with a

ion county, and their guest Mrs. Anna for the name "Gude's PeptoMangan"on pipe! P. A. has made a
Eggs 40c cash :J. F. Kickliter. It Mixon motored to Starke on a the package.-Adv. jimmy pipe-and some ,

business trip last Tuesday. Prince Albert! pipe a thing of joy to four

Wm. Kalch of Hampton, was a visitor church. Other rehearsals<< will be announced men where one was smoked

to Starke Saturday. Every child who comes into our later. All children of the Because, a pipe packed before!

store next Saturday will be given a town under sixteen years of age are
Prince Albert satisfies
66b cures Biliousness.G. balloon. The Shriver Company. cordially Invited to come and take with Ever roll up a cigarette

part in this concert.N. a man as he was never satlswith Prince Albert? Man
Goodman has moved to Starke r
C. Mr. and Mrs. Henry freeman, of :fied before-and keeps him
with his man-but you've got a
from Ocala family. Miami announce the birth of a little B. Hull has moved into J. S. Prfnc /.
son on the 6th inst. Mrs. Freeman Is Brown's house on North Walnut satisfied And, you can party coming your way! ..fa in tepp r 4
Jack Dyal of Jacksonville, is visit (> tiJr r.J Hn*.
remembered here as Miss Onie' Ed. street and will remain there until his prove itl! Why P. A.'s Talk about a cigarette hantfaema petinjIM
Mrs. O. J. Griffin.
ing sister | Sell pond tin
wards. house has been rebuilt. Mrs. A. Price
d.. .. ..'
flavor and fragrance an
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who was boarding with Mr. Hull is w-'d '" fflaor
H. D. Wasdm, one of the men who : tuli k
coolness and its freedom !
-, -nr Bilious Fever. now at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. peach .pnf* meJatenarrep.
made Graham had business in Starke .
L. Higgs and Mr. and Mrs. W. 1':.
Saturday. A. M. Williams,, a well known and
Davis are with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
genial citizen of Hampton, was in Alvarez.
Griffin & Johns and J. F. Kickliter
town Wednesday He is an extensive ALBERTy
ship large quantities of sweet potatoes FRINGE
farmer and was well pleased with the WARNING
daily. Fordson tractor performance. ;

Bring me your chickens and get the Any t person who has no rightful
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and little '
business the national smoke
cash. J. F. Kickliter. It. on our property on Walnut joy
Sara and G..or.I'la
daughters Hope
street especially those who have linen .
returned Sunday evening from -- -- --
666 cures Chills and Fever. stealing nuts and otherwise trespassing -..
where visited Mrs.
Atlanta they (' will be arrested and dealth with
!Mr. and Mrs. K. P. ( -
William Struth, Jr. of Jacksonville Haynes' parents, accordingly. .
McLaurin. Come ( Central Florida Smi Sto -
spent Sunday with his parents Mr. It. _JAY S. BROWN. I o st c

and Mrs. Wm. Struth.
Now that you have bonded the County -
for good roads come to Shriver'sbig I CARD OK: THANKSWe : I "I If your local. merc'>ant
You can find some big barbains at sale and buy your dry goods! and 1 her. Our aim \\m to at a'l limes rcndrr.ard, .*rv cr, mi intuit* n tny'i i *|\.flily < f xcode l and sell at smallest fie
wish to thank the kindfriends
Shriver's big sale otfcer goods you are needing. many I price. p..a1bl.l Our .I in Jacksonville who assistedus ,

Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey was in .. during the illness and after (the *
666 Cures a Cold quickly. *
Starke Wednesday to witness the death of our littto daughter Beatrice -
Fordson' I October .. ......: :'II, "' .' M
tractor demonstration. The principal exports from Staike who'passed away on 18. : I

now are sugar can, naval stores Alsowe thank Rev<< John Mullady, Quality 'Service

666 cures Malarial Fever. brooms sweet potatoes and strawberry who, besides showing us other kindnesses I ) 11i ,

plants. Among the imports are accompanied the remains to
Dr. Frederick J. Wass and Dr. Randolph Supp cemetery and conducted the GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
the very unusual ones lumber, brick fll.1 fAll
of Jacksonville were here last ..
lime and cement to supply our buildIng neral services.Ve also thank the .
week on professional business activities. police department of Jacksonville for I

-- their profuse floral offerings, and the Charges Paid By Us On mail Orders
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little son, The tics replaced by the Seaboardare people of Raiford for their BHRintiinco. I Postage : I

Leslie visited her brother L. E. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Johns. -
of creosoted sap wood. They are I II t rw
in Jacksonville last week.
durable but soft and fortified by I Order tnt in char ll1'an
arc An exclusive Mail Deparln: .:e experienced ehoj-pcr- I .s i

Shriver i is still. giving big values at tie plates which take up the wear OYALRAFUSKAt I Let her shop for you...Jus! write ,
from the rails. Even the railways I
his big Bale.Syrup must economize. the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.: M. 4 + '

Rafuse, two miles south of Starke ; N

labels will soon be needed. Fresh vegetables not here their daughter Miss Alma P., was --.. .. -- .
are seen
Get them ------ -
printed in time at this of-
fice. except when brought by K.: L. Wilson. married to Mr. Bert G. Dynl on O.tob'r : of 2 foot green! pine wood until Saturday tJfIJ'OI1jJf'II'Uaj4U1mmaIlIlO1l.OmI.lIl1lIllW/IIiIIIIDClm( ( ;' ) > ( : "''WWIJIOIlltlltOmIQWIQN/DNQifQtOmtQmNtQal! / )
The for the the 13th, Judge R. A. Green performing -
reason scarcity is I October 15th IIi noon. \\Voi l i C"" c
Rub-My-Tiajn kill. pain.N. drouth. Mr. Wilson is too good a farmer the ceremony.The to be delivered and stacked on I the Ic'I (
to let dry weather prevent him groom is one of the leading school grounds. Leave hd! with (7.(:: c'I I

B. Hull has a force of workmento from growing stuff. There are waysto farmers and stock raisers of this sec S. Matthews ut Hank of 'Starke. i I ,

put a new roof on his residence and overcome a drouth if we only try. tion. The bride Is an attractive 1072t. CA-RE )/

otherwise repair it, after the recent young lady, well fitted as a helpmeetto i jl 1II r l

fire. The Shriver Company is paying 40 her husband for life. The newly NOTICE. iJ

cents per dozen for eggs. married couple have the best wishesof t. r'li I

Take it from us, now is the time a host of friends. The city council having combinedthe 1

to buy your dry goods at Shriver's Grimm & Johns have already ginned office of city clerk treasurer and

big sale. eighty bales of cotton since the It's as easy to get rid of your mon- tax collector, an office has been opened -

gins were started up a short time ey as it is to hang onto your faults. in the town hall, where the under. ROOFINGt

Miss Isabel Fernandez returned ago. Cotton is coming in by train signed may be found daily except] :
home Tuesday after the and all the time, assuring NEXT HOSE OF CALOMEL ,
spending past wagon Sunday, from 10 to1S n'cloik a: m., .
three months with her aunt in Friend plenty of ginning while the season MAY SALIVATE YOUIt and from 1:30: to 3:30: -p.. m, to receive I ,

ship, Maine. lasts. Is !Mercury Quicksilver Shock. money for taxes/, !licenses, paving ] ,
Shrivcr's kill. Infection.In Liter and Attacks Your Hones fie.' I
big sale will continue till Rub-MyTism C. A. FUTCH. I Ply $2.00
Nov. 1st. 1
r Clerk Treasurer and Collector Townof Y n
the yard of Mrs. Laura D. Hemingway Calomel salivation Is horrible. It .

666 Cures Dengue Fever. S-lS-20t. corner Thompson and South Dwells the tongue, loosens the teeth Starke.. 2 Ply $2.75.. ,

streets, is a clump of banana plants and starts rheumatism. There's no OM.QUINi 10-7-U'1 f;
One 1I
Carr Col Icy is now a salesman In that grow vigorously.: They have pro reason why a person should take sick Only 3 Ply $3.75 IK j

Grimm & Johns big department store duced seven bunches of bananas which ening calomel when a few cents buys to flVK veith IlKOMOJIUNINI'ir'nulne,rail .'lor Kikloralicnalureol full. name, f.AXA .. .

where he will be glad to serve his have been cut and are ripening: under a large bottle of DodHon's Liver Tonea K.urh w.LIIO\and lirariaclir J'.. ellr., nut.'oldln imrrn(.>n tM<> l>....."\." t>lo J'tc|>av Slate Surfaced $3.75

many friends with first-class goods. a shed and one half-grown bunchis perfect substitute for calomel. It et

still on a plant. is a pleasant vegetable liquid which

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dowling were will start your liver just us surely as fENT-A-WORl R

called to Jacksonville Thursday on ac- Miss May Peek is training the children calomel, but it doesn't make you sick D t \Ve have a carload in slock. .
count of the death of the little daughter of the town for a concert which and cannot salivate. .t I'

of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Johns. will be a beautiful affair. The children Calomel Is a dangerous drug:, besides I
are asked to meet at 3 o'clock << it may make you feel weak nick: UCOLUMN r

B. F. Roberts now lives at Willis- this afternoon at the Methodist and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose ,
I a day's work. Take .a spoonful of -- -- (
foe Quinine -_at Docs "hoi Affect T5rK"S > rIeL" r. )(Jf: Dndson'a Liver Tone Instead and you FOR SALK- -Sixteen thoroughbred( .,Ii

J '!va rffnct, i -XA- will wake up feeling No (
J1VF. OMIO QUININEdT&t' be great. suits IUiod Inland Red her.... .hix, KOH-!
ere) ran lulimii
i Ntt'heed.J.""*|"n', :nbout E.W.CKOVfci.lOatuieoob"cauiinit nrrviniiinnM or Pimlun,'!rot.. Josef Mureshan don't necessary find, Dodmm'i Your druggist Liver says Tone if acts you tirman. lJionir IS:II-:6.! : Consumers Lumber Company : fiij

better than trviuherpun: calomel, your FOR SALE-One fine Jersey cow. A (

Catarrh| Deafness Cannot Be Curedby Cabinet Maker--- ( money is waiting for you.-Adv.-6fJ bargain if taketnat -OMUM. Mrt. IIn. t ij I Startle, Fla. : : ;:

local s.PP li..H"n-. ns they cannot I !Sander" Sampson City, I'la. 1r
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du.un.ud portion of the ear. KIDS WANTED j
Catarrhal 10-14-41* ,
Deufnuee reuuirea runilltuy11' I I
{ treatment. HALL'S CATAItltll Leave orders for work at i __ I 'ftICilUl"CllaalmmGUOOllmIlWmmIDUIOOmmmCIDI1IUICIIIDUllDall
f'l-UIClNK )
a coiiBUtutlonul remudy
fl.1hal I'oafneaa In tauaud bir In The trustees of Starke High Schoolwill FOR SALT One Wilkes mares threw :.':'\) / tOOIIDWOmmmmmmmr.un"1l. '--.-'-'--'
.turd ro1t"tlon of the mucous nrnnlf of receive sealed bids for 25 ., . I
the tutrtachlan CONSUMERS LUMBER cordsNo old. Will drive and work _. ,.
Tube. Wl *n tills tube I.'t In years
f nflam.i ..,
, C mporfort you have. and a run wi.en: b" W It la Bound" orheurtnr. COMPANY_ Worm Ins healthy; Child I anywhere. Max KloHterman, Phono139J. i FOR SALK:-At a Ix.nfiiin I, the bent I

:!If the<" Inflammation""S11' lIeafn'.a l. II o r*.ull. Union All shears/ troubled with w....... Levi an no- I !) I farm in the Waterouk'Miclion! foul JoeNwelre&
can be reduced your .. _
h"Ulnor health y mfr wblcla IndlraCM. .. ,--- I ,
mac blaod.and
5.15" h* destroyed forever ')IflIDC'1I1ICiiCID WCj'J1j'IJ.1/ (,tt a miles from Stnike soutsvlusar.
contains IU0acres /
HALL'S. CATARRH MFDICINnt. rule there la more nrlmw Mutual.h dlMurfaanm. FOUND-On Starke and Melrose I I I
Ibl'f> *1! the blond "" the mucous tur- GKOVE!; TASTELUS CHILL' TONIC Ivan !<*.. In cultivation i 4t.tluY'd Is
road' thirty-live !I IHtumpcd
; containing ripectacles.
e.-p. the Colds Cause Influenza atly lortwoorthrra case
system. thua rediirlnr the In- tlrtp eel w nabs will anrhh Ithe Mood and ,r ?
Uomi flammatlon: : and r..ator1n normal oondlClrcular "- LAXATIVE BROMO QUIMJE!:TibleU vmnvo.. .1n'.:m'ro.'r, dl.eulm. .o'11 J.pgrn"rolSteengtd, Can be had at thin office: by proving; I and under good' wire fence.Cioixl roll VNu. p.N /sratia

free. *? rtmtflrn, cauxi. There l. only ou. ".-TiJltin- r". 'v. m.. P'o.urewi'Ithen ownership and paying for adver new building mid (r
F. J. Cheney *, Q .. Tnledo Ohio.. G: W GROVE t'a.-',.- nn.U*. Sot T 93 1 r U .> r.I Ir .:. 'ChUihH' !*;ti b.. tisementy, rP1J:1I-1.: r:. .., .ttl.j I I:::::A.,rH'", Greene.. ",',Starke, Kla. 1021tf.Ai fl Furs t

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GREAT I AY AT STATE PRISON noblest modern achievement, whichis - will join the strike are Sheet MetalWorkers insolence.In day.The -

NOVEMBER 2. the increase.of knowledge and the International Alliance, International other words it is like this: If we following persons att< t.

improvement of technology, by irresponsible Association of Machinists, cause them loss of income by shippingby Clack Creek association he

Stale Farm Will be VUtied" on That I} centers of class and national one Brotherhood of Railway and Steam- water and distributing by truck, aturday and Sunday at J0'e

.. I I I+ Day by American Prison Association.The power," says a recent writer. They I elevenVIRGINIA ship Clerks, Freight Handlers and then we are to pay them a tributeof church near Maxville' Ml
1 I( had divorce and Brotherhood five cents hundred on all business Prescott Jennie If
permitted an increasing Express Station Employees, a Prescott, ,,j
Slit annual congress of the between science and religion at the I of Stationary Firemen and they bring into the state; and tho Wimberly, Mrs. II. C. Win

; American Prison Association will beheld very moment when science was better i Oilers, Brootherhood of Railway Sig- logical conclusoin is that if that port :Messrs. El is ha and MelvinII. J4'.

in Jacksonville October 29th to j I qualified than ever before, eitherto nalmen of America, United Brother- loss exceeds what they believe it will C. Wimberly, Jr., and i ',"

November 3rd. November 2nd is the liberate or to suppress mankind. ; hood of Railroad Shop Laborers, Order be that "arbitrary" will be raised to

: day set for visiting the state farm The consequences of this divorce I I I II of Railroad Telegraphers. Brotherhood meet it! That's a fine fix Florida is cott.Dr.. E. I. Biggs, of Stark w, ,

; situated in Bradford and Union coun were tragic-to this separation of religion j of Railway Carmen of America in, isn't it TCalifornia business visitor here Sunday.

I t't t ties. Hundreds of delegates from allover from science can be traced in I I International Brotherhood of forced the railroads to Messrs. Jack Briggs arc

the country and some from Eu large measure, those forces that I Boiler Makers, Iron Ship Builders and cut rates for continental hauls and Click were transacting busiiu JL

M' rope will attend the congress and of brough on the great war. Helpers of America, International then the railroads determined to make Friday. .ora

I n them very few will neglect to embrace This war has- been fought. Too Brotherhood of Blacksmiths, Drop Florida shippers make good the loss. Gilbert II. Barker arrived T ]

j I the opportunity to view the many lives were sacrificed, and too J I Forgers and Helpers.DAMNABLE Then to make assurance doubly sure, from Jacksonville for a visit v. .3day., H.

.t r 3fr tl. state farm, which has a national fame much hardship endured and sufferedeven : when Florida prepares to fight the C. Wimberly and family.Mr. .

'.1 on account of the novel system un- at the present time, to yield to 'Three BURLEY I INSOLENCE unfairness and discrimination, the'' and Mrs. R. L. Crews
t. der which the convicts are held and I the depression of the despondent, who.urve'lng I Notables TURKISH : railroads levy a tribute on all shipments dren arrived Monday for fe ai ';-.?
,q, J the success In Warden J. S. Dlitch'a'' Central Europe with Ita in Florida to make for the .jayt;:
The railroads at their recent meet- up visit with relatives here.
I effort to make the institution almost famine and the entire world with its The three ,
greatest i ,pig in Atlanta, announced they in- loss at the port dtlell.-Tampa TiI.buns. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Mi .
self-supporting. From the "News letter financial depression claim the tobaccos. '
war cigarette .
j tended to go back to their old policy Ricks left Tuesday for J, .
," published by the prison association was fought In vain. blending MILDNESSMElLOWNESSAROMA- of "the public be damned". so far as for a stay of several day '3n.ville

' we copy the following: This much la agreed: we have come ; I rates in Florida are concerned. That HIGHLAND H. C. Wimberly, Jr., L. W W Jkm.

S This, in some respects: : is going to upon a period of reorganization, aftera I is in effect the meaning of their statement son and Alva Kersey were visa -, to

,I be the big event of the congress. It I' searching of the heart and'an analysis that whether we liked it or not, Highland, Oct. 21.-Mrs. J. W. Hill Lawtey Monday.Dr. .

7 if) expected that a special train will of conditions which impelledmen one-eleven I Ii whether we had good reasons againstit of Green Cove Springs and Mr. G. G. W. Brown was a b :<-sl

J take the congress to Raiford, about ;( to lift up sword against their !i or not, they proposed to Ignore all W.. Parker, of Highland went to visitor here Monday.
40 miles from Jacksonville early on i: fellow-men and we are agreed to work cigarettes competitive water rates and increase Starke Wednesday and were quietly

Wednesday, November 2nd. The prison -, the harder against warfare, clinging their rates to our ports. That was married at the courthouse by Judge
farm contain more than 15,0001 confidently to the belief that bad enough. Green, and returned here, where they Most people would like to d< .od

acres, over <4,000< of which are under ". the years may bring salva I Wfol.I5I But when they further calmly'an- will reside. Friends are"extending in this world if theyard'n"' tint, to

I cultivation. The spirit of the farm, tion and men learn those arts no nounced an "arbitrary" of five cents congratulations and best wishes. be good.
the of industries, also the "" """""" ""
variety more. I per hundred-weight first class to be R. L. Crews of Hampton, spent i

plantation features, as well as the I A conviction Is gaining wide acceptance ( jtz; :::. levied on all business coming to Florida Sunday here the guest of his father, The rest of the world is so sup' ie.

methods of working and trusting the among all people that force \ III''r P..ttt'! .er.r:. "to take care of the loss they expected F. M. Crews.H. ly indifferent one wonders why the

prisoners are all matters that will In-I can not accomplish anything; that to suffer at the ports," one Wimberly, Jr., was transact Turks and the Greeks keep on rap

terest all members of the congress.. blood never settles any dispute; that cannot but admire their damnable ing business in Jacksonville Satur- ping.
Warden Blitch extends on behalf of right can not be --
vanquished by might.
'f.. the state of Florida a most cordial invitation I Often is victory with the conqueredand RAILROAD MEN TO STRIKE -
to all of There will
us. be'l as and old prophet of Israel said,
incidentally, a barbecue at noon, no ( "Not by might and not by power but Expect to Paralyze Nation Immediat.t.'ly. *

{ .0' one will go hungry. Moreover one I by my spirit sayeth the Lord." .
# t; i will see the interior of the northern -
; This is no minority party either :
; part of Florida, the turpentine Industry I Chicago, Oct. 15-More than halfa
r: who is voicing the firmest belief in
11 t the reclamation of great tracts million American ralroad men were \
the utter futility of coercive
of land, and Florida's modern substitute \ suppression -' today ordered to initiate a strike on III ,dl/1N1 CI''q ,nr
of control.
as a means Such a'
for the old lease system. Dr. II.II. Oct. 30th, while other unions whose
: measure Is nothing less than enslave
w 1 i Hart is writing letters saying that membership brings the total to about
ment and
ph'slcaI1l1avery is only one
: the trip to the farm is worth coming I two million announced unofficiallythat
stage lower than mental slavery. Deny -
;.r, to Florida for, even if there were no the freedom they were tonight preparing to
men to think and the
,' t I! con rellll. I, will to live and realize the totality of follow suit and make the walkout general i Q \' rKM
i: The visitors will leave Jacksonville on the same day or thereabouts.
their and
being, you invite a condition -
'\ Wednesday, November 2nd at 9:101: of Insurrection and perpetual Under this program the tieup would I .. -

'p ,a m. on a special train. They will 'I warfare. And the world is literally be complete, by November 2. The I I v.
hake at Klarbee to view the hour was fixed for 6 a. m. October 30
a stop
4 1$ I I I tired of war; tired of hearing the outcries I
,fr dairy, then proceed to Raiford and I I of distress, the cries that rUe except for one Texas line, whose 7 ifi r >r
k .back on the state farm railway. I I to heaven from the famished and trainmen were authorized to go out

They will take in the stockade and starving the mainmed and crippled! on Oct. 22.
plant before dinner, then have an The railroads! listed!' in the first
"There be
must an end to it, is the
old-time fish fry and barbecue, with universal dictumi'Away! with: the old! group on which the strike is to become -
effective touch 42 of the 48
ice cream for desert.
Ring In the newt!
The State Farm as all know, is states, with a trackage of 73,000 miles
And what is this
that is
new day
The fall bodied
y extensive, and in order. that the out of the total United States track- Carey
very being' hailed the
new day is
visitors! may be able to sec it all i 1 dawning/ in the East? age of approximately 200,000. The Shingle is stiff

Captain Witch urges oil owners ofj I I New England states comprise the I I
I /
i cars to come to the farm that day and It is a day of restoration. are group that is virtuallyuntouched in i i I \ The skimped shingle bends
restoring the old alliances of brotherly I
take them around. The visit is well the first walkout. I
love, of justice, of faith and .
worth making ns nil who come will The strike orders were issued to the
mercy, and a confident trust in the
have a chance to 'see every detail and Big Five Brotherhoods! oldest. and ,sae h gt uy
worth and worthiness of r
man! We are ,
', have everything explained to lhemland I exerting our efforts by association most powerful of the railway unions,
tht'n'lt will be a pleasure to show i and they specifically included more
and alliances to join forces for the i
our Southern courtesy to the stran trains in the walk out, their provi-
united good of mankind in the same
gers. The crops on the farm are excellent I sions instructing strikers to keep
spirit as the eight relief organizations
and finer ]live stock and fowls who have pooled their forces away from railroad property, witha 4 WHAT BUILDING OWNERS OUGHT

cunnot be found anywhere, thereforethe warning that violence of any nature
visit of the prison congress will and their funds and will spend $33- will not be tolerated by the organiza TO KNOW ABOUT SHINGLES
000,000 this winter in feeding some iiq
be the host advertisement the counties tions.
of the 3,500,000; sick and starving :
ever had. I The strike was announced following

)Don't forget the day-Wednesday,I now children at last In Central a summons Europe.issued calling And. preliminary vote said to be upward J YOU will readily understand why Carey

November 2nd. All are invited to. for a conference on disarmament.It of 1>0 per cent favoring a strike, 1i It, I f are your best buy if you will con-

1 attend, hut especially those who have means that we ...nterin.a: because of a 12 per cent wage reduce sider these facts.
cars. tion authorized by the U. S. Railroad
day of the restoration of .
what is religion.For Labor Board "on July 1, and after it S Crushed slate makes a shingle sparkproof and
religion, if it is not thepractl'e
RESTORATION OP IIEI.IKION of these very deeds of benevolence was declared by the association of beautiful. But it is the stuff underneath the

? What is religoin, if is railway executives in session here slate that makes it waterproof.
Ity Joseph' 'iner. that further reduction
yesterday, a
does not inhabit hate and draw men
| closer together for the enjoyment of would be sought by the rairoads. It 4. 4 Carey Shingles are not overweighted with surfacing
In any great crisis situation such was said that the strike decision was
their common manhood? and skimped body. Quite the contrary.
as the one which confronts humanity Religion is a very real, a vcryjim- made before the announcement of this 3?'; Seventy-eight per cent of the weight of Carey ;
today men'a decisions, that is to nay further intended cut. Printed Instructions -
pIe thing those who laid hold of it 'd Asfaltslate Shingles is made of materials
the direction taken to escape their as to conduct of the strike up
difficulty and to lead them away from j\fcvalk the paths of peace and find that issued in Chicago, were dated yesterday ?: that are much more costly than slate. '
life is
pleasant. Who denies I
I I religion,
the dilemma in which they are placed
..acta with war and fraternizes with Oct. 14. r 's First-a heavier felt which prevents the shingle
I! will be immediately influenced and
"I fear it will be one of the most
the beast. We children of God k '
are from and
distinctly motivated by their philosophy. -
serious strikes in American transportation -
j the high and lofty One, who inhabits
eternity Let us acquit ourselves like history said W. G. Lee, president Second-a larger body of asphalt saturant increasing "
Every man harbors some sort of
of the railroad trainmen, who r
men, formed in his image, and worktogether the waterproofing material in the shingle ;/
philosophic creed. It may be vague, during recent weeks has sent circu- ay
for our mutual good and the' '
and generally is. It may be untrchnicnl general lars to his men warning them of the and lengthening its life. ,
and usually it is, but a certain happiness of our humanity.We 1r.i ttd
critical of the
nature steps they contemplated
heritage of every human being. Each' have tried the old selfish ways I Third-a heavier coating of specially tempered 43:;

one, according to his philosophiccreed of hatred' and greed. This way leadsto The country was divided into four asphalt compound that stiffens the shingle, that !.
failure. We
lives his life and does his work. I brotherhood with can its promise try the of way of groups in which the men were author- will not dry out, and that makes this shingles t\\!

Those who are bereft of reason and I --- peace. Ized to walk out progressively! one non-curling under all conditions. '
plan no ordered arrangement of their ,
24 hours. The of
Of group every names
existence, belong to th e untutoredthe course, it is possible that some t2 Carey Shingles come in fadeless colorsIndianRed
women always at a weddingbecause the groups>: were not made public, but t'5,,;
savage aborigines whose habitat!' it reminds weep them of the days unofficially the identity of roads in or Sage Green. They never need painting

L is the infested jungle and whose ordinances wht'n they made the same mistake.: the first group was learned subjectto yet are permanently beautiful. ;
are I the law of tooth and I changes which union officials said Ii,

} claw. The people of civilized! countries j I would be few. Carey Shingle prices are back to pre-war levels.

or what passes for civilized\ ASPIRINName The first group included some of That brings this safer more enduring and beautiful -

lands, are dominated by a theory of the country's greatest rail
systems + roofing within the reach of all. .1
existence, belong to th e untutored from coast to coast and from Canadato

;; realize by every possible manner and "Bayer" on Genuine the Gu'f.' These were: Chicago and Call on us now, and we will estimate on roofing

by every available means.The North Western Texas and ; + your old or new house barn or garage. 4

regnant philosophy of the past u vania Kansas City, Southern Pt'nnllYI'j '"

y few centuries has been materialism.The J Missouri Pennsylvania CRUSH ,4

exaltation of things and adulation al and Great Northern SLATE .f

of materials. "Cotton is King," a sloe ific and Southern Railway, Louisvilleand ASPHALT "\

gan of the "In'eownill'IItates: prior I Nashville, St. Louis Southwestern WOOLFELT- I

to the Civil War is a spent echo of i Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 'Dealer's Name Here) i

the modern conceptions of rout or oil Northern Pacific, Chicago Rock Island

being the supreme thing In the world. I and Pacific Sea Board Air Line ,_

Our deference for materials has ', and Erie, Chicago, Great Westernand
been an inheritance from the exploit. Virginia railways.The .
Beware I .UDlI!(!. ;you lee th.
ation of the natural resources. The "Bayer" on {package or on tabMs name unions issuing! the strike call
f physical sciences enabled mon to gainan are not getting genuine Aspirin pro;you today were: Brotherhood of Railroad

increasing mastery over the natural scribed by physician for twenty-one Traimen, Brootherhood of Locomo-
1! forces of the world. Men became y ars and proved safe by millions. Tak. tive Firemen Brotherhood of Locomotive

Aspirin only .. told in the Barer .package ,
superior to time and spare and for Cold, Headache, Neuralgia, Kheum- Engineers Order of Railway

were able to circumvent the elements. tiara Earache Toothache, Lumbago and Conductors and Switchmen's Union S4D-21
But with this there developed for Pain. Heady tia boxe!*! of twelve lia.r of . .. ,, .
1 fundamental progress Tablet of Aspirin coot few cent. America. ..,.,.,.J,:.; jf' _;;, ;::..;.;. ...: ; ;:, ';".. .; .;;",-- ,"""" ...".,,""' ... ".",., .., --- ', .- : '
delinquency."The Driur-
a git aim sell larger packages. The eleven other organizations
civilized people of the West had M the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture Aspirin whose chiefs have been in session here ) CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY STARKE FLA.
of theirN4'i 'of Mooattcetlcaeidestw ,

allowed the appropriation of & flioactd. and who said unofficially that they f F

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. ering it their safest and surest venture I q t
and they have cleared handsomely ;
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. rwe. during the past two or three,i Illy

#, .enerenren Cf SCWC '."cc. years owing to good crops and extremely 1 1r

high, prices that have pre

I Live State New; vailed. Taking it as an average they 1.I

.. have reaped about 1.1>00 pounds ofi.hade .
.. I If I ------A----- tobacco per acre and 'the prices I
Told by Our Exchanges. : have ranged around $1 a pound. 1 1 II

I There are tobacco houses there that 11 j\
,,:=-- -- pack 800,000 pounds a year, and the '1
The brotherhood of hoboes at their i I' weekly out-put up to 100,000 cigars annual income from this crop in that .

last annual convention decided tonature 'a. week. county is approximately $5,000,000. 3.
10,000 of their number in t

Florida this winter. Those ventilated steamships that The self-confessed slayer of Geo. ,
have been put on between Tampa and II. Hickman Palace theatre manager

The Jewish people of Gainesville New York and between Tampa and who was shot to death on the nightof \

at a meeting recently held decided New Orleans are already proving of September 4 in an attempt to rob
that n synagogue he erected in that' great value to shippers of citrus fruit the theatre gets a life term in prison "

city all soon as possible. The rates are materially less than by trie same verdict handed down in
rail, and such good time is made that the case of John II. Pope charged I
Arthur Williams who was shot during ' there is no occasion to make an adverse I jointly with Rawlins with first degree t

Friday night on a fast moving criticism. Thereby great num- I murder. Rawlins who fired the

freight' train on the Atlantic CoastLine bers of Florida citrus fruit growers : fatal shot which snuffed out George f t I

railway by Special Agent Martin will be able to swell their bank ac- : Hickman's life, claimed he was .the 1

near Seville, died in the county Jail counts. I tool of Pope, who planned the robbery ,

III! Palatka. I of the Palace. The verdict was returned '
The preparations under way to Saturday night after the case I Camels are made for Men who

An investigation of conditions at : make the unveiling ...ceremonies of the had been on trial three days. I

the Hillsborouffh county jail on September Marianna monument on November 2
Think for
28th! resulted I Itt a report of a a memorable day, is the absorbinglocal Six Chinamen alleged to have been ThemselvesSuch

bad state of things there. A summary I interest. The monument is being smuggled into St.: Petersburg Wednesday
,f the report states that "the sanitation erected by the Florida Division night aboard a small schooner .M i

I Is extremely bad, with bad odors 'I United Daughters of the Confederacy supposed to be from a Cuban port folks know real quality-and DEMAND it.
and open cesspools In,the_ the Wm. Henry Milton chapter of were arrested at Dunedin about 20 ;

corrldorll''I'.J Marianna and citizens to perpetuatethe miles from St. Petersburg, as" they They prefer Camels because Camels give them the

K Stevens chief memory of the Confederate heroes were boarding a train for New York. smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buybecausethey

Osocola Cypress : of the Marianna raid, which occurred A drawing room in a sleeping car had love the mild rich flavor of choicest tobaccos
sawmill at Osceola Seminole county September 27, 1864. been engaged for the party by a negro ! ,
met death by scalding when a steam woman who purchased the tick. perfectly blended-and because Camels leave NO

valve blew out near where he was Gov. Cary A. Hardee has acceptedan eta She escaped when immigration CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE. ; .

working at the time. invitation to be Palatka's guest on I I officers closed in on the Chinamen.
November 11 when Armistice day will This is the second haul of Celestials Like every man who does his own thinking, you

Four young men went fishing last he celebrated with the most elaborate : captured at this little town as they want fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll find it

Friday. They returned Saturday with I program ever attempted in Palatka. were about to entrain for New York. in Camels.

23,000( pounds of mackerel which they The governor will make the presentation The first batch, right men, have been M e
sold at the Niceville fish house just I,I address when the handsome tablet deported to Cuba. '' And, mind you, no flashy package just for show.

across Valparaiso bay, for 9 cents per, containing the names of the Putnam I +', No extra wrappers No costly frills! These things

pound, and divided the proceeds.A I I county men'who died in the world Paul C. Lathum native of Toledo ; ': don't improve the smoke any more than premiumsor
I war it I presented to Bert Horgc Post 0., formerly a lieutenant in the marine -r; j-
warrant has been sworn out in ', American Legion. corps former flier in the aerial -/; coupons. t ,.
th office of County Judge Hazard, mail service! inventor of self llo
of'l I a controlled =-- I But QUALITY Listen That's CAMELS I
Tampa charging Prof. R. E. Preston Davenport of Atlanta, bombing plane and the man
with having driven recklessly while : while fishing on the eating pier at who took the place of Lieut. Corklcar ''ii

pausing a street car and in such a Daytona Friday afternoon hung avery in the stunt flying after Locklenr's __.. _
manner as to have caused the death of 'I large shark and after he hadsucceeded death, has been appointed a memberof 4d
I ,,
Clifford Home. in getting: the fish over the the motorcycle squad of the Miami ..m.YMN.arM } ',

t>ar into shallow water had the misfortune traffic police. Latham rode a bicycle i1{
Fruits and vegetables are now going to break his line and! rell'all.1 j around the edge of the roofs, of skyscrapers .
north east and west from Flor- ed the monster fish.\ Put not willing in the interest of. recruiting It

di' nowadays. All records for shipping -I to five up the catch, he waded into, and this feat led to the winning cif his arne i..JoRF.YNIlL08To"C"Wiuln.ftil.n, "N". C. t s
early fruits from Manatee ('oun-I| the surf and with the assistance bride, Minn Lillian Scott, of Cleveland I

t, have been shattered this year. To' Mr. Gunn, succeeded in dragging tho j Ohio, who saw him perform on top ofa
the 30th of September there had been I shark out on the beach. It measured fourteen story building in that city. .7

101) cars of grapefruit shipped. The eight fret and eight: inches.Lee.county Latham and Miss Scott were married -- .7I I
most ever shipped in September before I in
an airplane 3,000 feet above the torcyrle up to the garage and wanted tor. Lively what ho bad done and offered
was 13 cars in 1914. is the latest territory to ground. .1 I
two gallons of gas. The man at the ---- ----- | to pity for, them.Habitual t1'
i be invaded by prospectors for oil. He- I garage was busily engaged In turningout Some; people never worry about tho I ;
Petitions signed by 207 voters were lieviug that section of the Florida I According to nn opinion rendered in "I y
wolf at the door. They he no door.. ,
the two gallons when the tank boKan -
filed with G. ,B. Shepard, director of West Coast is better located than behalf of the board of county commissioners CvonxtlpatTon cured '1J1',
,' to run ov'r. and! the negro jerked In 14 to 31 Days ,
finance, asking that the city cotvinisBluners I I Tampico Mexico., for an oil field, and by the board's attorney Judge I N,
the gas hose from the tank and As a lust resort a confidence for -LAX-FOS WITH! PErSN"IsI tpecliiliy.
of St. Petersburg call an election ,I that the wonders of Spindletop In the I Hemmings, the board has no author- iseparedSyngtTnnlc-LaxaJvefarIi.hhua' \. ,
I the tho limitation of conferences might | .
spilled gasoline over himself motorcycle ; .....
for the purpose of deciding Beaumont Texas, field may bp dupli- \:, ity at law for ,the Construction of a and also turn the trick. t I CoimtipHtliPM.' It relieves promptly' but
whether Mayor Noel A. Mitchell shall I j I rated there, n syndicate of ,Louisiana county fence separating the cattle andnocattle an acetylene gaslight ,1 should l hit taken regularly! for 14 to 21 days e ,
4t removed from office. The petitionsare I I II which was burning on the mo to linliii regular! union. It Stim"lalell81111| 'I!
and California oil men have leased a 1 districts of St. Lucie coun- '
torcycle. It began burning' and tho NOT KerttilHtes! Very Pheasant! to ToIL| tiDe -S
based upon an affidavit! barging! tract of 250,000 acres of land south I ty. The opinion was rendered following ,bottle,
he( with drunkenness. I : negro,\ seemed to bo having his fun API 1 'Kit NOTir\IN; IIIT
mayor I and east of Alva and arc preparingto a request by some of the cattlemen r
I aloiii with the n'lIt. as he began!: run. !
i drill the first test well Immediately. that the county construct such a I
The sewer in Ft. Myers had been fencet They maintain that it will be' ning In all directions! and finally ran Itiooksvillr, Oct. f n, -The county .,. L
reported obstructed and workmen and I I into the garage where he was captured t,
next to impossible for them to comply I I I cane of K. L. Hawkins, farmer againstJ.
others were engaged: in clearing it I-|I with the "no fence" law wHich went I by an employe and thrown on the II. Lively, railroad man, tried bo- 1886 '
out. The obstruction proved to be a floor where a fire extinguisher!: was fore Judge
Ramsey ycKteiilnv,
tersburg wall found dead in her into effect in that county Oct 1. inasmuch I ex-
big! alligator. The saurian evidently apartment, apparently having been as it would be necessary for turned on him which extinguished plmloil. tho old. theory! t that a farmer In

hud crawled up the sewer from the dead for several days. The police j 1 them to maintain a constant patrol :' bin burning. clothes but not before he cannot kill nn animal which persistently ( -
place where it flows into the CaioosaImtchee was severely burned.It DAVISINSURANCE 1
say she committted suicide but there from one end of the county to the trespasses in his field without
river and being unable to was'no note left and nothing to indicate other in order to keep their cattle off laying himself liable to arrest and sal

turn around was trapped. why she should have ended her I the prohibited district, which is separated was announced by the board of conviction for a criminal offense when

life. The bathroom was filled with from the permitted district\ Everglades\ Drainage Commissioners I' the Jury returned '> verdict in pawl. t

Tampa will have a free tourist auto gas: when the police broke into it and only by an imaginative line. that the Pennsylvania Sugar Corporation Ins1 favor. f ,'
this winter but it will he
camp I Icomp. the gas was still pouring from a heater. I was the successful bidder for a The evidence showed that Hawkins
for tourists and for those who j
to not A blanket had been stuffed in tho There was some little excitement large!! ; tract of Everglades lands ad. I had requested! Lively to get his hogs 1 I 1i
Tampa to work for the
tor months. crack under the door of the bathroom around the Standard Garage, at New joining the properly on which Its sugar out of the former's corn field several i
If win-I
work he must a camper another and the window closed. Smyrna Tuesday night about 9 o'clock plantation is located and that the times without results. Hawkins shut STARKE
get : when a negro fireman drove his mo- corporation will immediately batfln and killed the hogs end then notified .
camp or pay rent like the majority of I What is described; as the larj'eRtI the
workers of a sugar refinery at a
The law
Tampa. Is unusual -
moonshine\ still ever confiscated<< in cost of not less than
and people yet of it is Tampa.only fair to the workIng I prohibiton enforcement activities in I CARDUI HELPED Pennsylvania Sugar Company's 00,000.! plantation The -

Florida taken in raid the
was a on and C'xperlm..ntalllulfar mill Is d)
farm of T. W. Everson, at Bay Head
located northwest
Henry W. ; REGAIN STRENGTH of Miami near the
Thompson was painful-
on Lake Magdalene: somo->n miles Miami canal. .
dangerously hurt Fridayin from Tampa. The still was of BOO
a fall from the second story of the gallons capacity whereas those usually -

Bounty courthouse at Ili1tolMr.. confiscated do not rub above fiO Hang on to life another five or six -
Thompson who was a witness in the gallons: Fifteen barrels of mash, 120 Alabama Lady Was Sick For Urea yeniH. You may have your curosity
murder trial which was then being Years Suffering Pain Nervous satisfied" the kind
gallons: of syrup two sacks of cornmeal an to of people who
heard, was sitting in the window from and 400 pounds of granulatedsugar and Depressed-Read Her exist on the planet Mars. A body of ''to
which he fell when heart attack to
were found. astronomers\ are using an abandoned
which he has been for Own Story of Recovery.
subject some mini in South America for the pur- THC UNIVERSAL CAR',
'ime ,came on and he became weak. pomof constructing tele-
It is reported that when Hhe city ew..U a powerful
manager of !Miami announced publicly scopeono 1,300 feet in length. This
The Dade City branch of the Tam and recently that the city was Paint Rock, Ala-Mrs. C. M. Stefan. i telescope will reach from the bottomof New Prices :

na-r'ubu Cigar Company is employing prepared to give work to unemployed .f near hers recently related the following the shaft to the surface of the

ninety-eight hands the largest men at the rate of $2 per day, for interesting account of her r.- ground and its magnifying power
number it has ever had, and with orders ty-three men called at his office and : eoTeryl "I was In a. weakened con is expected to be sufficient to bring F. B.iDETROlT'
still coming in, it looks as if it of that number three accepted the dition. I was sick: three rears In tied Mars within a mile and a half of the t.

will Made have to increase its factory in proffered jobs which required practically offering' a. treat deal of pain) weak. earth. We may even be able to settle Chassis $295 ;j I
City or start another elsewhere. easy work. There may be a fterroas, depressed I was to weak the mooted question as to the 1
This factory is trying to bring theUa.vtr. : significance in this incident leadingto I couldn't walk Across the floor: Just length( of the skirts Martian women Runabout $325 r

the belief that a certain amount of lad to lay and my little one do the wear. Don't die yet.
'I lesterCM Tw.reetaree Touring
e work. I was almost dead I tried $355
vllaltt,.aec enemy by porlfytnf aDd unemployment is voluntary. every thing I heard of, and a. number of }
'Ichinil.!. the blood. You can woo test Ira lneoav lectors Still I didn't get any relief. A Rood architect seldom draws a Truck Chassis $445
,1.,.. hvtQor. al effort: Prln m* Receivership was ordered for the I couldn't et. and slept poorly. I poor house. Hut not so with "
an ac-
Manasota Lumber Company operating believe If I hadn't heard of and taken Coupe $595
Csrdal I would have died. I bought "
A TONICOove' the greatest lumber and forest six bottles, after a. neighbor told me To Stop a Cough Quick Sedan
Tasteless chill Tonic restores products plant in the state at Mana- what it did for her. take
; Energy and Vitality by Purifying and sota in southern Sarasota county "I began to eat and steep began: to medicine which stop the cough by atough These are the lowest prices of Ford in '.
j Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Judge McMullen signing the order at gala my strength and am now well baling the Inflamed and irritated tissues. cars
[ "rrnKthenliig.! invigorating effect see how Clearwater on petition of Cosden & and strong. I haven't had any trooble A box: of GROVE'S -PENTRATEI the history of the Ford Motor Company.Orders'are'coming .
, It brings color to the cheeks and how Co., New York creditors! to the ex- good since that. e.Cardut I sure did can ins.teatUr I to the I SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and in fast
: don't 'Camp> Is enclosed with bottle of so place yours
". improves the appetite, you vUlthen tent of between $1,500,000 and $2- think there Is a better tonic mad HA YES' HEALING HONEY.every The ,
,. appreciate its true tonic value. 000,000 and the Tampa Association of and I believe It saved my life. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof salve promptly to insure early delivery.
j Grove. Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Credit !Men whose members have For over 40 years thousands of women children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

j Iron. and Quinine suspended In s rup. 50I'.ant claims approximating $10,000 against la the have used Cardul successful-. .,t4.thein. truss,rffmt of llnyra' lleelin. I""sae ui In- J. W. ANDREWS JR. I
a even children like It. The blood treatment ot manywomanly rofiibtnvHi with th h liealliiA 1I. / of
+ needs' the concern. ailments. .row?;a O-l'en-Trm* halve tlirotmh the pum of Dealer. STARKE
| QUININE to Purify it and IRON to the klo t.a.mpea oou.b.fkxh .
I Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and It you suffer as these women did, romwllr era pcrkmt In one cartoo sod the
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