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: November 4, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04623
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ISTORM' EFFECTS I I Barricade HALLOWE'EN Across-Street PRANKS Caused i DEATHOFPN.() NEWTON A. BUTCH, I and DEATH of the older OF-Wm.citizens LADDMaryv of Starke MEETING OFBRADFORD "

Nocturnal Travelers Perplexity i! LAST SUNDAY IN TALLAHASSEE : who sctttled Lnwtey on rcmemlxT King-nicy lake Ijidd 1878

NOT AS BADASFIRSTREPORT and helped to build up that region CO.COMMISSIONERS '

A number of young men and lad i I He later muvml to Lawtey. Hill death .

worked off their superabundant spirits I took place October 22, at !Millard,

Hallowe'en night by erecting barricades Prominent and Well Beloved Floridian Stephens the pastor: officiating.Besides I %'is. A clipping from the !Memluta,

across the streets and placing Passe to Eternal Rent his widow Mr. Blitch i iM (III.) Sun-Bulletin gives the follow .

objects on the pavements that compelled I survived by five <,children two sons ing sketch of his life, which willl'ro'cof 'l '1;" 'IIllt.til'TItf

travelers by auto to go slow lion Newton A.. Butch one of the end. three daughters. They ,are J. interest to his old friends. -'
lUMAfiE WILL NOT EXCEED and often to turn around and ) AND ( :-ION COMMISSIONERS .
entqr best known and most prominent man S.' hitch superintendent of the state'prison William Cornell l-urto ?
was Jan.
J5.000.0CO OVER AREA ENTIRE another thoroughfare only to find an- of Florida died at hU home in Tallahassee farm at Raifurd; :0;. R. Blitch, 1, 1853, th son of Luther and Kinrlmc :TO AN UNABLE: TO COME -
other barricade there. Chief Kitestayed Sunday evening October c-f Monthrook; Mrs. J. E. Futch, of Cornell .Idd, at Millard, Wis. lie ,
up until late and kept order 30th. at 9 o'clock. He had been ill PeLand; Mrs. Thomas Limbaugh, of graduated from high school und then .

Tampa Oct. 27-Tampa has emerged but finally had to go to sleep reason for several month, but appeared to ftarke; Mrs. H. I.. Brownlee, oftarke. from the academy at !Madison I lie Hoard/ met pursuunt to iidjournmont

| from the hurricane of Tuesday and ably sure that nothing would happen. gain in strength and his death was Three brothers also survIve received! his A. U. from the Universityof with following members present : J.
where the Marshal Alvarez mountedon M. II row nlt'f', chairman, J.V.. Andrews .
Tuesday night to a point Night : was v nex pected.As ,
him. They are B. R. Blitch, of Ocala. Wisconsin with the class of 1873
bids fair to soon be nothing a fleet steed, and thought he wouldbe of the children of Jr., II. I' .GaiIlP, )', James Roy-
big storm all but one ;
G. M. Klitch, of Irvin, and J. P.!. hutch ; and his L. L. I). from the law school Holds
more than a memory. Any per. able to cope with any situation the deceased live In, or are identified of Morriiftown. I there in 1874. In the winter before Louis H II ill. '
son walking or driving through\ the that might; turn up. I with this section it was decided that i Minutes of October I 10th( meeting
he .
Florida Railroad graduating, taught mhiuil.During .
Offices of commission country
down town section of the city tonight But alas what do fierce policemenand l the interment should be at Crosby read and approved. '
would have been hard put to find a fleet horses amount to whenyoung cemetery, near Starke. The casket here were cloned) Monday out a ('olle'al'ation! he caught u This meeting wall held for the purPOSe ,
1 trace of storm damage. To be sure, Starke goes e>n a rampage! containing! the remains! arrived in of respect to Commissioner Butch, voice until ,it became insisted on using his of mooting with the board of S :'
Witch born in Marioncounty a mere whi"I.t'rfrom
a number -sidewalk awnings whoso When one squad noisily dragged out I Starke on the midnight train Monday I i Senator was county commissioners from Union 'iU'
[ friendly shade was sought\ in summertime old boxes and other junk. and Mr. accompanied by Rev. Bunyan Stephens Florida October 12, 1844 and which voice.After he never regained his natural county, all of whom were I'resont. as ,

by pedestrians are missing; Alvarez spurred there and dispersedthem of Tallahassee, and relative and resided there untlI, the western portion follows: C. A. Roberts \\'. H. Andrcws I ,

here and there another awning is another squad leisurely builta i j I friends of the deceased, and FuneralI was annexed to Levy county, livIng firm of Burnhum graduating in he entered the Jr., II. Williams, A. II. Williams .
Chicago and took
in the latter practically .
supported by temporary props and ih barricade.. The most complete I Director DeWitt C. Jones had it removed what ho referred am Schron Dukes. ..
all his life. He was reared on time up always to ashuller "the
there remain plate structure thrown across Ninth ': Also to appoint inspectors ami clerks
a few instances was to the home of Mr. and Mrs. side" of law 1 ..
glass windows to he restored. street, between Johns' market and II. I.. Brownies and assumed chargeof farm; and educated in the llUh1icchoolll practice. AboutHiN for I he election of bond trustees( /nt nn I J
But all storm debris is gone, thanksto Thomas' lunch room. Near the Telegraph I the funeral. of that day. 1 he w'nt to Kingsley, Flu., and election to be held on the third Turn- .

hard work done by the city's street office was a 50-foot pole for 1 I The sad tcws spread quickly in He enlisted In the Confederate: service operated In a saw mill in the pine woods. in November, the same being lhICtti \
1884 .
the It in the 18(52( in Company C ho married Jessie May Cran. day of said month. The 'j''j'dllY
cleaning department the street car light wires lying on ground. Sturko Tuesday morning. Mr. Blitchi year tdull of Grove / following
company's crews and individual work- was drawn across the street and proved i well known here, was a frequent Second Florida Regiment/ , of cavalry at Troy township and tOOkher were appointed, for the several (

ers.< All street lights were on full an effectual barrier. On North visitor, and his genial greetings and and remained in 'the service until the of unco Into the strange! environment precincts a* follows: ('. .1
blast down town and the several Walnut street two easy chairs were I kindly words had won for him many end of the war, when he returned new, home where monyan.1 No. I, I.awtey---lt. A. Blutichurd\ ,' .

"white ways" were as bright as ever taken from the veranda of a near-by i friends who regretted their loss and home and went to school for one term. thuirs i'ltcrrpt'rig experiences were G. Gotwln.V.. C. Woolen, inspector, J ,
residence and placed on the street. expressed deep sympathy for the bereaved Mr. Witch was married in Levy- n* shown by their letters to und G. It. I'ourcc. clerk.
i the folks]
at home.In .
Street cur service was restored in One of them was demolished by an relatives. The business houses ,ville Levy county November ID, 18(1(1( ( No. 2, Starke (north)-T. P. Wall, ',

part today and will reach further out automobile, and the driver's languagemay of the town were closed during the to Miss Hcnriottla Edwards: of Cedar and 18i: | ho. was injured in the mill J, A. Howe M. ]". Brown inspectors; ,

tomorrow. There wus some extension be Imagined as the pieces flew ,I funeral service as a ,mark of respect. Key. Later he engaged in farmingand compelled to walk on crutches for IT. N. Kendrlck, clerk.
months. the\
also of light and power for homes and l about his ears. No accidents were The funeral took place at eleven stock raising for many years, at ht Hampered by loss of his i, No. 3, Starke (south)---A. W. Anderson .t 1,11';
The caused the obstacles, only : which he made a marked :lIul''ellll. hand turned his attention toward! A. H. Johns I D. C. "
industrial plants. telephone company by per- o'clock Tuesday". morning at the First the perfecting of several valuable Jones ,ja>- el
restored a great number of plexity. In only one Instance was Baptist church Rev. Bunyan Stephens Elected: to Senate I inventions upoetors; J. I,. Perk cleik. '
which he had been,
phones to working order. Both telegraph spite shown; good nature ruled the of Tallahassee assisted by, Rev:, Yielding to the Importunities of his on for several working, I No. 4, Graham II. D. Wumhn W. I.

companies set up more wires roisterers.The T.V'. K'cklitor' conducted''the improsHlve friends and admirers he permitted From years he I IT. McEver Chcsley Fogg inspectors; '
I many I 897.( 1 899! was I the active
so that Tampa was in communicationby next morning Chief Kite viewed 1 service. Frank Aliernathy clerk .
his bn used
name us a candidate member of the firm of Crutidnll" I I &
ordinary means to nearly every with dismay the night's work. lie I I Rev. Stephens road as a lesson 2nd. for representative to the legislature Ladd h'U'llI'MS No. B, Hampton-JOHSU Alexander, t',
shop Washington
point. Trains are running in normal gathered a force of volunteers and tho (, Cnr. nth (chapter 1-10 verses, and baaed in 1883, and'wall unanimously street Later he became bookkeeper\ '(.rnun Jones, H. H. Hall, IIIIII't'I.tors; ,",

fashion to nearly all points in this I obstacles were soon removed.( But 1 his sermon on 1st Cor. IBlh chapter elected, being re-elected to the same at the transfer where he A. M. Williams clerk.! I )

section. Highways are being. clearedof the "silent traffic policeman" at the I 65-57/ verses "0 death where Is thy position in 1R87 1889 and IH'JI.! ) In for seventeen company remained 'I I No.6. TImerq'ssa.V.i Moore, II. ,,. I'

debris. intersection of Call and Thompson sting? 0 grave, where is thy victory 1802! he was elected to the senate, being 1'wo he felt years the need tlfdt.votlng' 1)). May C. A, Youngblood' inspectors;
Overdrawn streets had been pulled und hidden years ago It. C. Helhtrger clerk.!
First ,
Reports up ,
I I ? In tho course of his sermon rs-clected in 189(1( and in 1900! ,
time the
t mumifucture
Reports from outlying sections i indicate away and Mr. Kite was disconsolate -!, he said that Gon. Butch wns a ('01111l'. without opposition making an enviable Ills more I i|I No. 7, New River-O. W. Andrews
of anchor in which j
that the first estimate of losses -:' until it was found. '" was busy -
were overdrawn. It is probable I every day and that no pastor pneuVnoniu ; J. R Adkins clerk.
that the Tribune's estimate at $5- II. I). C. MEETINGMrs. ever had a better .friend or more hutch was al'lwintNllltatc prison overlook him three weeks ago No. 8, Urooker -L. A Brown, A. B. L.
i inspector October 28, 1903 which fnd from which he reco\ered 'to In'. i istrUken 1'
000,000 total for the entire storm i faithful deacon. For twelve years he Surrericy O. W. Burry innpootorn, !' ;
swept section, with loss of $l,00,000to lj. A. Davis entertained the was Sunday school superintendent in position he held for three years. In and overcome by an attack J. J J. Morgan, clink,

$2,000,000 in Tampa and its suburbs -I W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. Wednesday Tallahassee; was president of the this work' as in all his endeavors, ho of lock-jaw from which h"tqutly\ I l I Upon motion, the cleik was In- C
did it to the best of his went to sleep the afternoon of Oct. ,
ability to the on
will prove very close. afternoon, at 3:30: at her residence -! Florida Baptist Convention for several I Intruded I : to place all names, upon the
Unquestionably the citrus fruit on West Madison street. I years, nnd was deacon in the best interests 'tif the state, und proved 22, 1921 ,i' ballot) for )bond, trustees' of I lie lIev'l'I'
trees have suffered and I The called for annual I himself a friend to the prisoners who His mother survives him at Lodi ,
there has been j president reports church for many years. 1 'rlll, county commissioner district,
loss of fruit. This loss I which read the various realized that in Inspector' Blitch they Calif., liltedG.* ) Ills sister, GriicoLadd : '
I by
a heavy ranges j, were The choir was composed of Mrs. A. WhOse petitions are presented within
from perhaps /50 per cent in Lee andPinellas ;I I officers. Annual election of officersI E. Wall Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. E, K. had u friend who would see that they Atwyod I, preceded, him in dealt, I the I limit i i of time I find I in accordance( , )
Were well treated. Ills brother Ernest lives in New
(counties down to 40 per cent |I I took place which resulted as follows: I'err'man.fPflsrll.! J. F. Klckliter to low.I .

in Hillfcborough, 10 per cent in Polk i President, Mrs. Luther G. Powell. John Powell and Luther G. [Powell In 1900 Mr. Hutch, entered the primary York City. |I I I The hiiirinan I, , of board, of county ,

to only trifling damage in Lnke, Orange Vice president, Mrs. J. M. Brown- Mrs. I). C. Joneti, piano accompanist. fur rail road l commissioner and William i i Ladd waR a birthright member commissioners of. Union county proposed t':'

Pasco and Hernando counties. lee. Among the profusion of beautiful was nominated by an overwhelming of the Society': of Friends, ami I lived lhat the two boards/, I'roeeed to .

There was considerable fruit loss in I Secretary, M 1'8.V.. J. Epperson. flowers were handsome offerings from majority, which necessitated his resigning his beautiful l blameless) \ life in full ';I['I divide, tlio fund pro-rata and Union I.

Manatee (county especially along the I Treasurer MIHS Amelia Hay. the following organizations : Railroad as prison inspector.In accord l with their precepts. county to iu'ci'it|, the pro-rata part of ,.
'I II The funeral services )held, ' at
of' were
coast. ]: Historian, Mrs. J. T. Moore,
I I' Commission, First Baptistc'hurch 1910! ho was rc-nomlnutcd to sue*- Union county' 'lI'boolll\h.IJt"IIIIlRII less!!
The death list in the storm still I Lawtey. 'I' of Tulluhussc-o U. D. C., of coed himself. In 1914 he was reelected 2 o'clock] Tuesday afternoon at the 'I I :3,001)01)) .if..

stands at five, three at Tampa and I i Registrar, Miss Olive Kay. Tallahassee Inmates of the Prison without opposition and was Hill] a late home,.- Rev J. T. Hood officiating. I I After! varied (liHciiinloim" lasting all '
two at St. Petersburg.Of I C. of C. Director, Mrs. J. M. Al FarmIullalt'emt'nt of the [Prison member of the -
I state rail body at the JAMES LEE I ELECTROCUTED(! : : day! und oil lirt'outit of the legality of ;
the five or six ships which were varez. I Farm, W. T. Weeks Chapter U. I n. C., time of'hlti death.Throughout I it I ho assuming 'the $13,0(10.00( the rI
washed\ ashore here during the storm, i Assistant C. of C. Director, Mrs. Woman's Missionnry Society of
| his board. could not come to definitesc'ttlenient
life |
Senator Blitcli any
only one or two will be lost. The I O. L. Haynes. Sturke, Woman's Club of Staike l.allt Monday the relatives! of JiunesI
was active in the affairs of the United .
greater part of the damage was along The president appointed a committee who I
Ruby Davis Chapter Children of theConfederacy No further ) Ixiurd,
Confederate Veterans and at tho time Imslnuss adjou rim-
the southwest\ coast from Punta Ras- to revise the constitution and bylaws I received a staling
C. D. Mills Florist message
of his death held the ed to meet the first Monday in November .
sa where the gale attained a velocity l namely: Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Jacksonville, Gcverno: and Mrs O.: post us commanding that he had been killed by an electric I
(>f 100 miles to just north of Tarpon Miss Amelia Hay and Mrs. O. L. A. Hardoe, guests of Harold House, :j officer of the Florida division shock. Ho took hold] of an electric :1 l'J'2l.!
U. C V. with the rank of C. ALDERMAN)
major ,
Springs. I gen
few miles back from the Haynes. Tallahassee where Gen Witch had wire which was trailing in Warren
coast the The of Mrs. W. C. Powell eral. lie was a regular\ and most enthusiastic -, Clerk and Auditor.
damage is much less and names boarded for the last fifteen years. j street near Florida avenue The wire I
the path of the hurricane apparently and Mrs. A. P.!. Darhy were presented The honorary pallbearers were W > attendant at the reunions was charged and IX'C/H death was almost -

was not more than fifty miles wide. !1 for membership and the chapterunanimously I T. Weeks, L. W. Klckliter: R. Hudson held by veterans of the gray and was instantaneous.Jim | \VII.LIAMS-DCKE I :
prevented from the
welcomed them as Burr J. II. Tench. Active pallbonr-1 attending recent Lee was twenty-one yours old, -

MEIIODIST I bers. ors, E. S. Matthews, J. P.!. Mitchell I Chattanooga reunion only through ; and wall well known here ns a steady Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Whitehurst

During the social half memo"" A. M. Darby G, W. Alderman. J.I I failing health. hardworking man. His body wn wish to announce the marriage of

Sunday school 10 a. m., L. A. Davis hostess served a dainty salad Epperson F. A. Scottt, D. E. Knight, I The following editorial appeared Ini shipped here Tuesday for burial. their sister Mill AsIa Dell Duke, of '

j superintendent. "Suffer the little I I J. M. Brownlee and W. E. Middleton.The i Tuesday1 Times-Union and Is a fit. Lake Butler to Mr. Lacy Williams ,
children to come unto 1\Ie. and forbid ; OFFICERS OF W. C. T. U. interment was in Crosby cem ting tribute to the deceased from a GROWERS'; MEETING of Max vills', N. C., on Kept.. 23.: 1921 4

j them not." Parents!, if you keep the etery. As the body was being lowered great daily paper: Kev. Martin, of tho. First Baptist IttldlUrl.h

I children away from church and God I At the last meeting of the local I into the grave Rev. Stephens In the death at Tallahassee of Gen. Graham Theressa arid Hampton of Florence" S. C., IIf'rforminlC' "

i yours and your: children's blood be Woman's Christian Temperance Un- read the grand old hymn "Lead, Newton A. Blitch, Florida loses one farmer take notice Every farmer I the. ceremony.. They are ut hume to 1:\

[ upon your head.A I ion the following officers were elected: Kindly] Light" and the choir sung ', of its best known and best beloved I: or other person, in these or other I their friends, at III I Ruilroud Ave., .
President, Mrs. F. A. Scott. in Jesus." citizens-a man of strong IIIIC-j Florence, S. C. f'
special service for the children I I "Asleep tions of the county, who arc ., ,
at 11 o'clock led by Mrs. Smith. God Vice President, Mrs. Emily Philips. "He but sleeps pleasing manners mind Christian char ested In growing und marketing vegetables \ --

wants! Ills little] plants to grow up Secretary Mrs. J.V'. White. I The holy sleep; say not the good man actrr.i are earnestly requested, to meetat Circuit; court will convene in Starke

undornen'h: the protection culture and Treasurer Mrs. O. C. Sweat. I dies." | Gen. Witch was a Confederate .veteran Hampton next Saturday, Nov. /bIb, 'I' next Monday, the 7th. Several' Important , !v

[ care of the ('hur(') An invitationwill Superintendents of departments will The following out-of-town having served with honor and at 2 p. m. There will lie present men niHi'H, continued from the
he given for the children to join be announced later. attended the funeral Miss persons 'distinction in the war between the who are experts on both growing and ; spring term, are expected) to bo tried t. j

[ the church. Next Tuesday, the November business Blitch Clifford hutch: : R. Hudson Opal states' and at the time of his death marketing produce. Thin meeting. Is at thill time. 'J

Sermon at 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. meeting will be held at the Meth- Burr chairman railroad commission I he was commander of the Florida (11I of vital Importance to the future of
Aunt Matilda of the old.
Subject, "The Light of the World." odist at 3 o'clock. This will be a current J. H. Tench rare.clerk. Homer Lim-. vision, United Confederate Veterans. this section of county und should l bn Carey one
I est colored in this died
women section
I Epworth League at 6:4.-i: ; Miss Hil-I event meeting and each memberis Laugh. of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. 'I He had for years been a conspicuous attended by every one interested. in
and buried
jda Struth president.. Young people, requested to bring a newspaper J. S. Blitch and children Mrs. W. E. ,(I figure at the reunions but this year the county's welfare.REMODELED. suddenly Wednesday Monday(afternoon. WIIH Aunt Matildawas on
I this is clipping relating current events intemPerance I :
your service stand loyal and 111 health prevented his attending the
Brown of Uuiford; Mr. and Mrs. S. H
faithful to all the duties of life.and .
I talk it or prohibition.
thereby drawing other reunion at Chattanooga to CHuRCh :
II youngpeople 111 itch and sons, Newton A., and Edwin I greatly hud the respect and esteem of everyone
[ 16 your League.M. the regret of his comrades all of "
Mrs. J. B. Epperson, Mrs. J. M. In the community Her death 4'
;, L. SMITH, CARD! OF THANKSThe Mixon Mrs. Fate Edwards, Mr. and whom knew and loved him. Rev. Lander's temple, tho Presbyterian is deplored by all who knew her. ''j

Pastor. family of the late Newton) A. Mrs. S. ,V. Edwards Misa Emma Peacock Newton A. Blitch had been prominent church, has had Its interior remodeled 'jf f

mitch desire to express their sincere state maid of honor U. C. V., in Florida politics for a great lately and is now more beautiful American women are great advocates .

ST. MARK'S appreciation for the many words of of Williston; J. M. Blitch Ben R..Blitrh number of years, having served eight than, ever! before with its! well of home rule-and most of themdo.

: sympathy and many acts of kindness and Mrs. Dollie Witch ()f years as a member of the house of arranged; pulpit platform, fine seats ,

i Twenty-fourth Sunday- after Trin- from numerous friends on the occasion Blitchtown; Judge John R. Willis R.M. representatives and twlve years ala and carpet. The Presbyterians area ----- L
, ty. of his death in Tallahassee! and Fugate, of Bronson; Col. and Mri. state senator. At the time of his small congregation but alive to re- IN COUNTY COURT

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. burial at Starke. J. K. Futch, of DeLand; Hallie Butch death he was a member the Florida lrioun Interests and since Mr. Lander 4

A special day in the progress of Mrs. Maggie Rutledge 'and son, of railroad commission, having served became their pastor progress has The other day while Sheriff I ,I
he church to be commemorated all I WILL ENTERTAIN WOMAN'S: Jacksonville; ReV. Bunyan Stephens, in that position continuously, since been better than ever before. His son and Dr. Bullen were traveling ppl't.toward ,
>ver the world. MISSIONARY UNION of Tallahassee. 1907--and he served faithfully and I sermons strike people's hearts and he Starke when about a mile from

The progress of the nation-wide The following! short life history; of 'efficiently, always being fair and justIn always have big, earnest audiences town, they passed Jim Leonard wh. .

Campaign. is very encouraging. Par. All ladies of the Baptist church, <;eneral hutch appeared a* a Tallahassee his views on every Problem presented was In a buggy. The sheriff saw in .

hes everywhere have multipled their also all lady friends, who are interested letter in the Florida Metropolis for consideration by the hoard. PRESHVTERIANSchedule the buggy a suck with something in It '

, l7 t4rest' membership and revenue. In'' in having Dr. Bullen in our town of October 31st: Gen. Witch was a gentleman of the for Nov. Cth. that had the outlines of a jug, so he 'l

i I 5 parishes the movement Increas- are most cordially invited to a dollar The remains of Newton A. Blitch old school courteous polished and Sabbath school at 10 a. m. went to investigate. But Jim has a

r their own revenue 1288000. Last social given at the home of Mri. A. state railroad commissioner commander ever thoughtful of the welfare of oth- Sermon by the uastor at 1 II I a. m. horror of Investigations so he whip- .

'ar was an appeal for educational M. Darby Monday afternoon. the 14th, of the Florida division, U. C. era Thousand) of Floridians were Subject, "The Resources and Programof pod up his. steed, and before Mr. Ep i
j "a
spiritual interest. It was to reSpire from 4 to 6:30.; V., and former state senator whose proud to call him their friend and now God." person could catch him he broke the

I >'in the spiritual consciousness Any offering will be gladly Accepted. death occurred here Sunday night when they visit Tallahassee they will Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Subject jug, which contained moonshine.

:r a fresh sense of our responsibll- Let each of us make a special effort will be buried at Starke Tuesday at miss his warm hand clasp cordial "The Willing Savior and tho Unwilling lie arrested, his man, who was later

'.', Y and to awaken the need of passing even if It means sacrifice to 11 a. m.Services. greeting atwl.winning smile for he Sinner" tried before the county judge. lievkaded

also to others our great heritage. This ,, give at least one dollar. Jesus Christ in Tallahassee were at 1 was everyone' friend and all who Come and bring your friends. Of not guilty, but the jury decided
the message\ this year. made the supreme sacrifice. What o'clock at the First church knew him loved him.
The Baptist : course, we welcome all with a smile. that he was, and he was fined
next churc services will be one will we do for. the betterment of our of which Mr. mitch was a- devout and His name will live long in the memory Your in His service. $1 I r 0 arid all costs. Stay bond for CO y

20th. town enthusiastic member Rev. Bunyan of Floridians. DAVID LANDER. days was given for fine and costs.




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ass I",,""i I"I iinil inHie i niln ..111'1", otn imrini: bier -Jiur OiWry
Il" ... ,..-.-. BiFf?!**,. I I nolnelffHly. .ui of might. I: Mlr\.cJ follow. "She went tw flue "pen" front I lie old kill-lien. window, and berJHII Give it t the bcaua it is Miss Christine Townsend

I II among' th* ri..lwiHiflM unrlIIM >;o'ie liefore I doorway and Mood th<*re, leaning ..C* swnui In a suddeu' spnxin of perfectly hrte. and cannot sali week-end with; Miss Carrie spent IM the!

<'I||"|in,'"- ''.1.ui| l.i': 111:11 In """-11. UN her agaliixt! (the Hill, and gazing: oudly out palu.' I vate.- Brown of Miller *

I .>ew nut Annc'o friendly) questioning/ t/bl.....,..hMI.I,)', tangled. garden that Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile

Sisters unille, Allx: nald .iwuuidi3. : : U.d .Mieliered all the safety and joy CHAPTER XIV. Only One "U O"O QUININE" in town Saturday.The was

I i "I think the only, i I hi lug to dIN J for and lnu you grist .IiisI lii to, mike\ thli ui' with "IVver,* she said, an be came to "Vim and I must go away said lJkOMOTJlNl5g. Ixxikfoiaignatureofg. .m. basket ball team.Ifarney a
I stand beside "her "I'm Peter. "I can't stand It. I lote.yoiI W. OHOV'K. Cures a Cold In Oo. tisy. Slopatoaxti
f.'I..r.! A tim''', I menu I mean' Hintynil o uriliappy and headache and offaid.. 2ic Varnes, of
I I I II were I lie one'Ij w I Im, prnfiowd,. to I "Cherry, will .>ou end It?" be atiked love jou so dourly Cherry: I can' a business visitor to Lake Butler

q37 trlng It Into' court In the firm place, her, huskily. think of ntithing else! tiny more. It' NOTICE Saturday on

und-mid I don't uinlernmiid! ( much I Klit gave him a startled look. like a fever-It's like a sickness. Fir Raiford
"'I ) It?" MIC faltered. never happy any' rimre, unless m, basbal team will play] the
Ii' about It. An fur UN rninltiB, to any II! Poultry Farm wants 100 Lake
KATHLEENNORRIS Bgr.'eiiient. wIt h me U ('"m.t'rllpel.OIJ "Will ''ou-do you think you are lImit are about )'0". -."111 you let Iflf Strke. of corn. Will pay GOc on the But..r grounds.Friday afternoon
torll\'p take ou somewhere. rhere we, cm bt! ; 1'1'bu ,
might Just UK "ell Imve guile Imck"on enough to Ih''l'l''thlnc elate > hf'1 delivered to the Starke The literary society
the train with lorry, I hate to talk' up fork hie?'' tiP aNked. happy togetluer"w.: I try Farm, Starke Fla. 10-28-21 had Friday evening -
'I'eterl" said '('berry [hardly above Cherry lur'lf'eI'lpr'c..nnd..nt. chile: Intr..Unl program
thin way-but Wt' gnU think you acted : Mrs. Jim
t breath lath face toward him ; her lashes & Mot Worthington
well I" Ails Onlulled
meuiily -
very very '
'lIt'j I That kon ressional Committee investigating motored'to
rather flatly.TvrhapH "Will you 110 away with me?" I'eter tered but she sinlUd./ Lke Sunday
"I love Peierl" she paid Ant' the ku klur. klan has kon- J. D. 'Aldf'rmn, of
t It'H Just ..t well! tn tinder- I went ou, feverUhly. "TbufB The only you, Jackonvh.
-byt --- kluded there is nothing kontrary to spent the
... tlisilence Sunday guest
the wor. Hounding: softly through Sume
That's the
land each other !I" Ann *Hl<1j -wHh I way now only way. -now. law
requiring investigation Townsend.
hot cheek Tliey ...xd.nlll.dI few Will you go a\\ay'" of the garden died awayon

more HenteiiceH uaxtetl worth and "Go way 'I". Oberry'i face outs ashen the warm night air like music. J. E..Maines, Jr., and Casper Duncan .

I angry onen, and then Anne ...alk..rIoVl'r as she moved lier tragic and beautiful In the two weeks since the duty al KAIFOR1) of Gainesville, spent Sunday at

fr CIIAPTKR I -With-hi. two daught.r.. to u neat la the ahade.'to waitfor eyes to bis. "'(;0 away where?" 'I' the old bouse they bad not chanced, tbe home.Foster.
All. and llirrry, th. latter Jual rlxlitren "Anywhere I', I'eter answered con- often Ionic, and. tonight) for this RaiforJ. Nov. "4.Avery Ty onIp..nt Williams, Alachua visited
yaar old and bla niece Anne, Iortortr1ckInn4. another train and Ails with tier .
rblWd, la living .l Mill Valley heart beating. bard nnd her color high; 1J.11.. "Anywhere!" He did not I first time. Cherry admitted that shut several days last week in Jack relatives, in town Saturday.
a ahnrt dlntanr from fi&n Kranclaco could fight 110 longer.I They talked a' sonville. Marcus Dckle of Five Mile
I fill clnsrat friend Peter Joyce, 'eriI- drove at mud npoed buck to tile mountain Inept tier look his own went furtltely visited -
.I" : lo\-rs. his arm about, the soft lIttle Elisha Rosier and little Marcus relatives in town this
thin or Ii reclus Vlaltlnf l In the vlelnlly cabin. about: the garden. Immediately lieuteemned son, week.
Martin IJoyt, mInIng' engineer, .to regain self-control. "I'm clinging figure, lier,nnmll. firm finger were visitors here Friday after- Miss Norma Dekle spent the weekend
lunch 1
fa.lU In love with and aauretljT become "I didn't ank IHT to don't '
!" tight lu bis (5\\ ii. lie had squared' I at her home at Five Mile.
rncaged to Cherry.CHA'TEH caret" Allx mild to hernelf. In ngltatlon. talking like a fool he said quickly."I I noon.Miss
"She and JiiHtln know tilt'y'rchegti'ntiuey're 'don't. know what. I'm Haying half I I ulioiii on thv; gieut: log that was thel Dora Johnson who is'blnl, Olcn Hale of Worthington' was a

PpmliIntlnjt m to II-While IJoyd. Intention the family Char II just trying to patch Hie'time I'm sorry-I'm sorry Cher cent HO that tilt nrdeut eyes were school near Lwtey. spent j business visitor here Saturday

ry bring him to eupfiar. practically *n- It up before It'H too lute I don't care ry. Don't mind me. Say that you'll closer to her ; the world held nothln: : end here ,' aunt, Mrs. Dora Math Gainey visited rl'latve af

flouncing her na'avement to him. tCIIAPTKB -I won't have her llilnkhhe. can get forgive. me for what I said I" but thpiiihehcH. It gum' eight o'clock I Tyson. I .Five Mile Saturday.Mrs. .

III Doctor Strickland feeln nwiiy ulth nny Kuril 1Ih.'IIII.-I", Me 'hud taken her bundH, and they "5 II tills Is the thing I"ut'all waitIng K. P. Heat, wh.} has been in Georgia -I Joe Hill Williams entertained

Cherry In too young to marry and uriceiler were looking dlHtrexscilly and soberly for UN all these pears Cherry, eveHlme : for several months, returned here the junior girls and boys with a Hal
to wait at Icm.t a y. r. but the Lirl the lime und Allx used U
con lire him Into agreeing ta an ImmediateKeddlnc CHAPTER XIII. I .t ..ach 0110..1'h..n au unexpectedIiolw ton Wednesday I lowc'en party Monday evening at ber

I'I"r.. the!: ceremony' .Ie".1 p1501.the I made them step quickly apart.Cherry's dam my h.nk'!! and climb\ my (sit k Prof. Thornton spent last weekendin spacious home in East Butler In
.. ar at once f 1 Nldowhere : trees !I"
Martin I. employed.CHAPTICrt Meanwhile C..r'. ;;, In the' Hick flutter heart beat madly with t..rrcor. Starke visiting relatives. teresting games were enjoyed and dt

of KjilrllM )Unit hud liectnne In till I Iiur I: ,' and Peter flushed' deeply.It "I never dreamed of Itt" Cherr) Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and little licious refreshments were served

over, Cherry beg-lna IV-Th to honeymoon feel a vague day die-* to her of late, kept her dentist appointment I wag Martin Llojd's aunt. Mr. slid"If with we had wonder dreamed In her of It tone.-" Pete son, N. T. Jr., and Mrs. Price, of Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Touchstone

atisfai-llon with Martin and the monotony and at noon looked at a I IflUHI..d North their old neighbor. who came Starke, were visitor here Friday afternoon. have moved here from Sanfor.I
of her de'Iy I life. and h.\elylxlon In the about the corner of the lioune, and btgnn and slopped."Ah I Miss Henrietta .
dl'll'l If lund It would ull be hilttt'rn'nt
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley. Juetln I tint' tin ii'rnr, I approached,. them Rinlllngly. How much we, Miss Adine! Watson spent last weekend ed a number of friends at her home
said\ with look
th.Uttle waddingbring lawyer, barume set enn. for.Ked September to Anna. IShe went out Into the blazing Mreet ; I had kbe; HCl'n' Cherry asked herself, .. "That's Cherry the one, thing a I can" in Starke visiting her mother. I Monday ..v..ninl with a Hallowe'en

come months dlmant. Alls vlalta Cherry It WIIM one of the hot ,noontide of the ; In a panIc they doing? bear to think of I 1 fiinnot go back tcMartin. A. D. Andrews spent two days last party and a jolly good time was re-
at Kl I ""hi" and the two clrle coax Martin jear, At two o'clock II nUd wind i -what were they Rajlng. as she appeared week attending to business in Atlanta porU'd.i .
1 ciin't leave I can't leuv
Into allowing Cherry to go home for 'ou-I
how much had
?- their attitude -
would and Bend and Ga. Brady Brown of Miller
Anne weddingOHAPTF.n injurIng up mullen }.u !" i motored
diift flylug 1 but Just now (he, heft whit betrayed them? "Shall ne Peter asketsimply. Mrs. Charlie Douglas, of Alachua to lake Butler Tuesday morning.
go: utwnyJ"
VI.-In her, father'. houat Mrs. North wax the same loud-
And clear. and mill. of
Cherry contrasts the peaceful, happy life dry county, was a visitor here Friday afternoon Provldfnrf, was at
there with h.r rath..r eordid e.'lit"nca at She wag carrjlng a imrimol and l! sine luughlng. cheerful woman as of old. "(ii) ft lueu'e't" RIH| axKed. ttndinl to business in town Satur
Kl Nib and ......11... that her niarrlace She KlHsed Cherry; and was full ofqueries
It and nalked to- J. I.
huts been something of a failure. IKxtoretrlcklnnd opened now IIl0wy : "Uo I"'yI..rl' 'I" be IInll\\.r"I. **WImve 'i Moody, of Supp, spent Thursday day.Mrs.
j. feeling that Cherry le not being ward li'iiry xlieet. She could not even for Martin.' money enonirh, ; we can 'leavt night with his family here. Roger Collins and little daughter
fair to Martin I In that she l. unduly "Durango? Helle told me something
fruniu In her thought the utter blank- Mr. of Pensacola
of are visiting
Ails'111 Mill Imve her calilr was a r..l1
prolonging her Unit after Anne wedding RushinI. Atanta.
urgna her to return to her hunnnndHh nena (if the fl'plIIII1Illftt( wept over nbotit his nlng/: there she said". und 1 her dogx and the life she 'loves visitor .. lives in tow this week.
make preparation for her dopartura. her at mlHglng an niiportunlty' to nee "How long you been lucre Cherry? If Mrs. Kinney Townsend and
Hut there n.'" other tiny places, Cherry P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a baby

CIIAI'TKR VII.-I'eter Joyce telle ct...,. I I'eter. She turned nrid) went Hlowly i'l|I I -"I've for ncveral been with weeks Allx" and Peter mild un-for ; there, nre little cabins In Hawaii visitor here during the week. have returned from a visit to Braden
ZI ry he h.. had one "grand pamiloii" In hi. iii' p 'ft the, big; Slush wlnilo\\g) 'Hint' re- Cherry there lire 4'giuhnd.lunti villages-Cherry Mrs. Chevy Sapp and of town w ere they were t'ests of hot
life but the woman wag not for him Ii.ton. fleeted, the. burning I'lara anil no cuing !I: easily Her eyes met Peter's and, he St. t'hidr'n. father H. J. Srewort.Don't .
( not reveal her name Cherry rejolni there are thousand of places In the Augustine, are
conveyed to her with \sitnl
I tier hunhandOHAPMsn. lu the cool, great doorway. of the St. south of frnnce where we might llvt this week. forcet Union county fair

KriinclH. limlde wim tempered light I look. for )'CII rut and never lie questioned 1. micnever Mrs. W. I. Roberts spent several We ate glad to chronicle that Mans
VIII. The young wlfo'a aaatlefactlnn and much nolxeleHH coming and going, I Imeeting "When you going buck d'arY" Airs. "
Increutiea una there In an a.1moi North asked with shrewd l unno.veil.I. days last, week In Jacksonville visiting ter Howard Mann is improving after
so n glancefrom
.t ottn break Martin IIMH a brief ap<'11! and i purling.I I "Fr,,mine !" she w In lqs.'u'n'ti, and t theiloumnst relatives and friends.Mr. his recent Illness
of atrlttipee aomethlng I of her old feeling Cherry's exquisite rosy face to
II" Cherry drifted Into the big deepcarpeted fn(' hI'11" vvntcblng so Messrs. Norman and And) Parrish
for returns to t harry. ( Peter's that he felt a fresh pnug of and Mrs. Johnnie Jones of ,
waiting room' ; .there "'1'1'1'nl''I' She h"ellle..n eagerly VUIM thoughtful., "How I coulrtwe Glen St. Marys, were visitors hero John Gainey, Ben and Jesse Gnin..)..

CHAPTER!.! IX.-Ioct Sirlfklund I.atrick I. women thieVe Hunk Into (he big suspicion. something"Why go." shuttnnt'ujflue'si. .. "You llrst, nn' last week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Malette Hale, Math Dukes, Tom Han
rib audilfiily with uhni all I perceivele I've been rulhl'r-rlltll..r kept
H fatal II hi"".. Abe .un......... Cherry leather "'lfth''', wntclilng I the ii ions a nil then I' To ineet Mflnlt'wl.?" D. Andrews. drix und John Parrish, of Five Mile.
tn her fathi'r'i dmitlitind After I the iluo-I gjnnclng nt I the t'hintk'huen' n man here by Hie-the law-mil him-n't I, "We would hnve In go 'together," Miss who were in town Saturday and MondayJ.
has been
tor'e demit II IH llNco\eied thHt yi'ara HKOhe p..rlaVhiten.,
luid hoi.rowed imipey from Anne father came hastily In the ,door one woman he derided R\I ft iy. 'Tvery: me tin isO' visiting N. C., and Atlanta S. Howard, of Dukes motored
and,' stMtitiltiKly the debl wan neverdlHclinrNeil rose I there, WIIM II xlgiilflciint "'11111'I amurmured : von "ronllxe I hut?" to Lake Butler Monday.D. .
kl.,1'11' Ga. for the
.. With accumulated Interest past two months,
the nmoiint. prnctlcally. I connutm.s all Iii.tTOflny I greeting": before the two Wldicje Urn iliu lur left. Justin l.lttla vnultdicd. as If by new hofienow market belonging to Nat and
,11"1"11' "flII. night.
miLkm It rimnltpHt$ that he will Insist ull Robert
his wi I'.'. latins I It mr-ana Hint I the two Ill a luxurious chair Cherry wuli.'il.I'eta'r -=- she, sln-ncged I her khunl tuem's! 'r Messrs. S. II. Moore and is ready to serve the public.
glrla ore loft with practically nothingCMAITlil certainly would not en nil' In until cureless uh llsilnln.I, son, Shepard Preston
Williams of New River
were visitors to Alachua ,
: X.-I'oter Joyc-e.. who line half-punt twelve, ierluipN not then. 'lint Is'tit of in lhS'. ton seq u1et'e !I" Sunday. motored to Lake Butler Sunday.

; been on a trip pinftlrully. nroiind, tine Suddenly, with\ n Fprlns' : of her heart "Von don't f<.el ..0'!" lie sat down \v. II. Andrews Mrs. Hilton., of is theguest
world, ?,'t-.I rn., nut huvlng Ion rnoni of the agnlnnt her rlhn. sIne, Raw I'eler' ilnrk I spent Monday in Jack.onvie.
'. -..Id. her. and again they locked of her Mrs.
doctor' tlcnth. llu h >arit of "Oil" pnil- Jacksonville to business. part'nt
with tonclieR, of Iron .
I ,, bend UK gray.Oioiimed att'ndinl
tlon with -gC Tnt I lo thv mnney with deep blinds. The Frank Rivers.
dlegUHt Allx ha. the home and I IM making Halowe'en party at the
and hu'ti shied acriiiiJ >shy AIv..n
.,,.. It full- living HinKlng' Joyce uinoi her | < "Not Hint I imrt." (.lie i IInRwtr..d. ,slm home Mon. -
to tnaily" him Hht cotiHt-ntn anil they ug always with\ the little I limp I yet UNalwnys ply. "I mind-Allx." she added : day night!lll 1..I..n HAMPTON
have a Hlmple' wvililltig anil: go to Joyc. dignified html "'I'reet be chime to was quite a aUt'C"8. All
; thought fu I ty.
liome. lo live, 1 lilviilly luippyCHAPTER I the ).ouni folks were present in costume -
stand before bier II nil' Rhe stood) up, "Yes, I mind Allx '" be adnuiii ted. and a time Hampton, Nov. 4-John Parker and
XI Martini and {"h..rf1I" / was enjoyed
their handH FluNhed nnrt
and inset a
leave ICI Nldo and go to Rind Creok aninatige "Hut the Inlur.v Is done to Ails now" .by all. family have as guests this week hit
.,. t u fur the hxtlrr, butCheiry I little confused itu.' followed iii its tn brother J. II. Parker of
Hie, Clierrj MI III. sloul.v "XI It Is too late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova and children Campville
rctuliiM old feeling of dkaHatlefHCtltiii
tulle In of
Mhe vlHlla I'eler and Allx nn there coineH to a reullKutUin thaiahe the ti I mu trig>room. Then I Hie dreamlikeunrenllty ('.llhl'l deceive Allx I I here, I I'eter last week.Miss guests this week, Mrs. \V. G. Seals,
lovee I'eter. Though she hue never I and! of their! hnurg
known It, t'heriy. la the woman whom Cherry Illd.I. and us she turned, to Katie Belle Green and G. of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs!
I'iter maul In till od when he told her of together began again. him he sin'her thin white Mouse moveMiddenly Supp of Starke n\v. E. Dougherty, of Tennessee
Iliu "KTHnil pHKnloii. He hue neverreatMul were '
to lu\v tier and the situation now "Did you expect' me to meet youI'shuc with I t the quick rising of her Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. May, of Nor

._ : htuomea trnglu.CHAPTER situ"led. For aimwer be lonlicd, lither I hem I. ""hIOI-I""I"I lule he too horrible Dr. D. \V. Handlcy was a. visitor to wood Ohio are guests of her parents

; All.-Pe-ter <-onfim".. bins I bought t fully a minute before hiM Hut I could' take this love of Tyler Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan.Mr. .

]m'. to f'lim"iy, ,anil. xlie' ndmlta a like feelIng own face lighted with n bright'' Riulle. ours away, leave everything 1.1..1 he \ r..centy. and Mrs. II. B. Weest of Wai-

; r 101"".for,,, Hiillt him.. la A created mtimtlon In bordering the dui-tor'v on "I don't think I thought, : of your not hind simply-simply recognlr.e stammered Staike 'hit..n. was a visitor to do, were visiting at the home of her

HIUlB Allx mid u re<...lpt for the money being, there," he contended' "Il'p.. rw' I Cherry)', her lips beginning, to parents Mr. and Mrs. D. Jones, Sat

he the had giounil hoirowrd..nd Allx Anne'a and rlulm Cherry fitlla aroInuncliilly to simply moving all morning toward the tremble' "I lint It I' bigger I than oni C- HIGHLAND urday.Mr. .

{ liulcininilHiit.. Heartbroken over Instant of tne'pt lilt,:." tin \vntched' her selves that we can't help It. Peter., and Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of The
heir, truvlc pomlton. Pntitr vainly aoeka utmost with for ltIomt'nl.thl'n fight It I site pile'onsly. -
anxiety, A added
it a aolutlitn whltli Nhull make for the mutual Id I t'nlll. Nov. 4. Messrs. ressa, were business visitors here on
hauiilnvHe. of t'herry and hlinwlf, butthere turned, his attention to the Mil\ ". go away If I didn't know IJlhland. A. Chit. Tuesday. '

sienna no way, of rare But (..h..r'n not hnngrj', Hint no' power on enrth could keep me ty business C. M. Clt'k. of Jacksonville, Mrs. T. J. Durden had for their

Yet at the Hint Inn unotlior change ttt nnd flhe paid. small attention' to tie "Here's AIls," She Said Gladly at from coming buck !" I, were Mrs. Ava Hardee\' here Friday guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Win.

pliin, oorurrtMl for a. Alls brought the order, or to the food when It ('n me. j Allx Cam Downstairs. She burled ber head on his shoulder, to their home and children returned Jones.
at Brooker
car to flip platform Anne mine toward 1'rescntly they were titllclng i nnd be put his arm about her, and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Btigg and son
b'sterl" Cherry explaIned "Hut I expect ., after a visit here with veto.
them !from tlio' grrlvInK train a glovt-n In that hunger for Mrlf-annlyidK ng"1) to go soon as It Is all settled I t.r.11.. litter silence over the great tivt'.. D. L. Jr., were guests of his parents,

i. and lonuire aunt Hinlllnu Anne, nnx- In a part of new hue. They, thrilled, hr..I11 mountain, and In the valley Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bugg.
Here's Allx Khe. said, gladly, as Mix Friends of dr. and Mrs. James
bug slip oiplnlni'il. to talk over thin at every word f'fierry rnlslim! her downstair hrlnllllll with I soft moonshine, and In Strickland Mrs. J. S. Boo e is the guest of

it new'Ht (dovt'lopinoiit nnd "\\ liollr, \ Itprovl'II eyes shining with eagerneem, to his, 1 tame garden., wi rfgf.t to learn of the her Mrs. Wilson, of KeyWest
". three reali death of infant daulht..t.
I I .II bet you are having daughter, Lil
lie of or 1'1'11'1''III'lolnl( the little clowndropped "I
c to nn.valne or not, to even under .
Mrs. North with Allx1 ian Aline
good tlm..I" mild aI Saturday morning after
'i I
try to find nut what 'TTncli, Ii>e linn fnee In an agony of ndorntlon. klane. .. siild awhile "Sht a John Beville, of Graham, was in out
I I curious,, look from one to the otter."IOU . three weeks' illness. The interment
1 really w mi led for llii-in all. and tlwr.1I1t1''e An hour pnised. two limirs. .nfti-r 10\1 jon mud me better lliuu uiiy on* Saturday.

to do Hint, In frlt'inlly, nmnner.out awhile (they were walking, still with I i know what I hope" Allx told else In -Uio worid : she Is 1I only everything took: place Sunday morlnl at Long tow Mrs A. M. Williams of Hampton,
of and ntRollUide I I li-r "In that Cherry and Martin will\ Branch cemetery . Godwin
that strange Reuse oneness
of roiirt. Unit M'lifrnux. hut I she Isn'tnittilslt. was a business visitor to Waldo Sat
"Mj' tlrHt f.'I'II 11 11. when Frenny told. I I und Mill I 111 cuslly nn I If they, I I I miweyc" keep the old place open now. tdie I hut the busiest anti the ino&fensllile > of Maxville. conducting the services. urday.
I to I lie ferry I 1 don't believe Crerry'll .e\'er love an 11'. and Mrs. Glenn Crews and lit-
had been llontlng.
me. Muld Anne, chiitt ting pleiianntty III 1"1"" I ever knew. I know Miss Eva Hodges has recently beena
,,, I the f>lind'<'. "\\'iiM one. of mirli rollt-f i Ails met them In !Mill I Valley with I I other' place HS"Hhe does the valley- -- >f course I know It'" r.n"D" be tirohv tIe; son returned to their home at visitor to Starke.

For I hadn't \\imled all that iiloivC vivid account of the diiy ; Rhe had will ,you Sis Ails: ended, eagerly Lithia Sunday after a visit here
.. I 'i In sudden, dowpnlr "hut what frfl G. II. Parker left Sunday for Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. M. L Wattrllo.1, L

? '"he bit" ulie mnfeaaeil giihi7, "1 only! been pondering the brief talk withMilue ;, Cherry'met: the arm her sister linked trying to silly t Hull Allx, of 11 people to join Ms brother B. L. Barker H. Bedenbaugh, J.V.. Mrs.

"""h',1, III ltd. \I hilt W'UH fnlr. Only und wus anxious t. have Peter's ,, roulld" "' her, half-way, und gave her I know. Is the one' that umk- for an automobile trip to point Ole Pearce and Master Olen linden
*'lcof It. I'eter of the opinion: ) the least flisa I are spending this week will
n all about It
S.' > two or Ih''' '* nlKliti uiso I suit! tn i a troubled smile -- down state as far as Orlando. They

I'l-iMiny Unit I It 1"1111)' ticlcinnt'il, In, im thul Annu'i conduct indicated very I And y,et a few moments Inter whensome Cherry wi,s staring, rnptly beforehvr -' : will return the last of the week. relatives and friends in south Plot

," all. and lust night we talked. nndtiilked clearly that Hhe and JuHtlu r..ftllz.,11I".t quest took Peter suddenly from ; now she "r8".t his hand and Mrs. Jim Hornsby and son, from ida.Dr.

iiliuiit It, and the ......mlt1111 their case wan lONt the group, she watched the nbnbby snld brentlilevKly" : Starke spent Sunday here with rela Middleton, of Starke, wa. a

: Unit I BII III Unit I immt nee! t thv uli'lMwe "Then you're Uxed for I life Cherry," corduroy suit the laced high boots professional visitor here Monday

three are tin1 ..ul))' OIM-K rOlll'I'I'nl'd.8flt'r was Allx's first remark. "Oh ..yl", and the black head touched with gray (Contlru Next Week) tives.Mr.. and Mrs. Alonzo Stricklandand Riley Wasdin, who has been in our
nhe adileil.. In It II 1'1. "Lt\'. downto town for several weeks returned this <
all I I, mid"-Annw'ii old hulfnierryand a go disappear'' in the direction of the daughter Miss Pearl and son, ,

tmlT-potitliiH him.It na'r "lisa tm- the old house I tomorrow will you? kitchen with a tearing palo at her Clayton, of Kingrsley lake, and Rafe home at Graham Saturday.
Lei'g" see whut It needs, ami bow much CALOMEL SALIVATES W. E. Daugherty who attended the
"whul deride In what Strickland and ,
vliuiiKcd- I ti e heart' Her father bad asked her to daughters, of Starke,
mntlerMl" would lime to be don u> make II tit EVEN WHEN CAREFUL attended the funeral convention here last Sunday left for
foully slit| tlnlxheil."Why wait wait until she was nineteen I INlnet..n of little Aline '
t) there In no (jntnUliiii Unit 11'11lJIIIII"B to lUe In I" had seemed old then.' She Strickland Sunday. Graham where he wi conduct a series >

,! handwrllliiK I ," Cherr' 0111 It I. Cherry !flutdied. staring steadily at had felt at nineteen'. she would have Treacherous Drug Cannot b Tuatf Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini-' of meetings the Christian

with for nlinrpm-Hg her .tilxtur sod I'eler. too, wa cot!- life And Next Dose May fred and church
what her v.a> merely delayed the great Joy of Wimberly Gilber Barker
"and It seems lo me-It KeeuiM to me fused, but Allx tiw uothlng. The for nothing ; at nineteen she would Trouble were business visitors Lawter on The annual convention was held at

Anne--" she ndilod' heHltatliiKly."That next day she carried bur point, and b. only so much older so much more Saturday the Christian church Saturday and

you have' a iiervei"] Allx I tin- took them with her down to the old desperately bent upon this marriage.And Calomel is dangerous. It may sal Miss Ella Marr, of Starke, arrived Sunday. The attendance was very

lahed not wltli uii.v pnrtlcnlnreiioin.. house Chony, wan pal and flglitlnjtciirs. : Peter was there, then was cornIng ivate you and make you suffer fearful Sunday for a visit here with relaives. good and several ver intereatnp and

, "That Im-unient throng the dive out us they croHwd. tbe porch and and going: advising and teasing berHO from soreness of gums, tender helpful addresses were delvf'ld. Excellent ,

: of r..urt..h... mild flatly "ivter In \titled the key lu flue uoor. Inalde the ''lIt'ar..0- acvvtwlble, loving her ,of jaws and teeth' swollen ton- Robt. L. Crews, of Hampton, visited music was the

confident of Unit I" house the air wan close!! and itale, even then had she but known Itt I gue and excessive saliva dripping hIs parents here Sunday. choir. Several instrumental selections

:/ Anne's pale 'iitr rtunlu-d slid tier odorous of dry pine wails awl of unaired That engagement might as easily from the mouth. Don't trust c.lomel Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss BethWimberly by visiting delegates were features "

narrowed. room. I'eter tlung up a window and how much I have is of the
eyes more wisely I mercury; quicksilver.If were' visitors to the me- meetnA. S

.. Cherry wim flushed and uncomfort the girls: walked aimlessly about been wltb Peter; the presents the you feel bilious, headachy, constipated ropolis Tuesday has returned from
through tile familiar '
able. There was awkward I pa.une."Board ; yet aliocklugljr gowns, the wedding would have been and all knocked out, just go Jacksonville, where he has been theguest I

?" slionted a trainman with Strange: chair and tables that were illoutted the sunuvto her childish egotism ; the. to your and pet a bottle of LAKE BUTLER of his son, Ira Adams.S. I
: with dust, druggist
; a rifting Inflection. The glgiera looked "It need tti'ciIy. .everything I" Ails lIald.1aft..r rest bow different I The rest would Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents R. Johns and family, of Strke1\

lit ciich other III u. pinilc of ate. have been light Instead of darkness which is a harmless vegetable substitute Lake Butler, Nov. 4.-A. E. Procor were visiting here Sunday r

"I can't leave (this car" Mix a linn quick tour of IIIHIel.tlon.e1'11I1e Joy Instead of [win, dignity and development for dangerous calomel. Take a spent Tuesday at Sapp. i W. E. Baker, of Brokly was attending -
weather utrcuk !
eioJaiined. "I'\e not to park her mid a greater: oil ., and Inert-using content Instead Rev. S. S. Proctor to business her .
and if it doesn't start your spent Sunday at
the of the spoonful
diningroomwall. '
raw plaster
lock her and e>...) thing.. I Hun ; get of all the months of restless liver and straighten better -aCrosse. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan has returned
"It needs air, cleaning utrulght- you up ,
n on bonrd Cherry.' I don't have to go clung tlowei'H-' tioBh how It doe criticism, antI doubt and disillusion and quicker than nasty calomel, and D. 'V. Borum spent Saturday in from Theressa, where she has b..el

In, anyway-jou've got a date !I' need |ietiplel". ment. The very scene, here with Mn without making you sick, you just go Palatka. I the guest of her lon, Cleveland Sulli

I Clierry'g heart leuptid Hiuib coldly, North and Allx. might easily have back and get money. Mr. and Mrs. B. Z. Matthews have .
1-1 I can't bear It!I" Cherry wnUi your van.J.
and leaped again, IIH with a gwlft nod been with Cherry as the wife of I'eter calomel be moved to the I B. Alexander Is traveling thr
take today you'll cottage owned by Mrs.
lu nick under tone. you
of parting site tiurrled for her train softly" a Cherry. as her slater's hotttess. In tl1.mou..taln I nauseated besidesit Mary E. Willis. the state of Georgia this week.
and tomorrow;
Ails: who was rapidly recovering
The other two women watched tierWJI1J cabin- Charley Rivers and of
while if take Misses Ruth famiy.
salivate you and Ethel
her equilibrium upstairs with. may you
sprang Richar
forced Ipterest ai jlie jllJ.bell! At the tJlolUlit her heart suffocated Dodson'a Liver Tone you will wake Rollerson spent week-end at Butler, were visitIng her ,.

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I'uwer-im'ented i declined
power- >
r fr j With The Bradford to play] a tremendous part in the I
k: I I development of Florida and South rI /
Georgia's ]
< agriculture possibilities.The '
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Farmers terrain of these states is such IbSppH

iJl' .. L. County .J that this power can be used to advantage ,I',!:J, ,," ,
f and "
' I produce maximum results

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i J most important feature to be considered f"" "a(
L in
I ------ any experiment, for profits
I ? that come high are reduced in valueto 'I 1i4
t iAIN IKILL) MUST I OK PLANT-: to it. Krosts usually follow rain in .
J I IN<; OATS! .\SlIln'; winter. If the cane is banked with the producer before they are placedon f >/ __a
ii" water on it, it will keep muc better the markets.
Millions of acres of land in Florida
andt't South Florida farmers need not bed
'1 I'luwlnjc or harrowing in oat and South Georgia are level in ,'"
comparison -
[' methods a. lonjfa seed cane, but may plant it In the new
03 prettytaxi
were with the general
i geographical -
field directly. Many farmers prefer
better one! was, not available.
a outline of the Southern States,
i to do this since it saves them much
There in a better and this that
labor. This practice is commendablewhere means engine-drawn:(
A. P. Spencer vice-president of agricultural plows can operate without encounter
there is little or no danger of
Florida mentions -
] extension in freezes and where the rotation plan ing ctftiicleg which are immrvahlerrobleirw
of the
cif advantages Prince Albert
some the in
it. a country or irregular a new
grain drill for seeding| ouU and. rye: permits lerrain. '

The drill insures uniform depth of Power farming is not unknown in -
The need will have an equalchlmr UIJKKI) SOWS; EARLY IN NOVEMiiiit -
planting. Florida and South
Georgia. Being
tad none will lie too deeply or FOR SPKIM; FAHROWINOFarmers stales that "take to" progressive note in the joys of rolling !

too thinly covered. The drill will jflve -- things, they have tried it out aiong _
uniform distribution and apply] the should with other ..-
f strive to secure two : agricultural states, and
proper amount of ",.pd. The land must litters a year from, every brood sow i results have been most satisfactory.
toc! well prepared for the drill and un the farm To do this sows must The pioneers in the experiment are
1 Talking about rolling And for a fact rolling
consequently a littler, seedbed for thee he given more attention than they receive benefitting by it. ,

,$ grain will be provided. in many cases. A sow turnedOlt The horse, a faithful servant to your own cigarettes, we'll up Prince Albert is mighty .

When the need are plowed in Home to rustle for herself cannot bring man, l Is rapidly disappearing from the tell you right here that easy! P. A. is crimp cut and
fail to
arc not covered and they into the world more than one litter public thoroughfares, and within a
for the lack of moisture. Others Prince Albert tobacco has stays put and whisk it I'rlflre Albert
sprout of strong, healthy pigs a year. Witha few years his disappearance from the you old in ,,." .t-'
'I': 'J: are covered too deeply and fail little attention, that costs no money, farms will be as noticeable. Science 'em all lashed to the mast into shape before you can bagt. tid yaides" if it r
to ret up until it is too late and with a little extra feed that is and .invention have forced him to the / tOe .
Professor Spencer suprircsts that usually grown on the farm at a small rear of the procession, f' You've got a handfulofcount three! And, the next 1sUe}!::,roen4"

when the Boil in light it should be outlay, the same sow will bring two When the fact is considered thatninetyfive direction instant you're puffing away r.r/J';,:: ','
rolled. after the wed have been drilled tillers a year easily. In this way a per cent of the land in happiness coming your ." .
:' in. Then after rolling it nhoulil be when it with to beat the band! sat
farmer can secure from his one sow Florida and South Georgia is lying you pal .

t harrowed to give the soil a mol t\II'e- what neighbors will secure from idle, it is easy to imagine the size P. A. and the makin's Prince Albert is so good - -
retaining surface.CONTROL!< !. his two, following the method of letting of the task of devopinjthi8\ ; ler- l
----- :( the sows rustic for themselves. ritory. This development will come papers! For Prince Albert that it has led four men to

: ) TIIK CASE: IIOKKIt%' It is easy to produce two litters nyear I, through modern methods is not only delightful to smoke jimmy pipes:
in Florida, if the proper attention -- Invented power is one of these. It where'V,
Mr. Sugar Cane Man, have you is given to the breeding animals. never tires, it does more work in less your taste and pleasing in one was smoked !

hern! bothered by a pent that bore Sows which are expected to farrowin time, and works wonders by gelling itsrefreshingaromabut our the greatest old budd} -
i L into and tunnel through the spring should be bred during at the heart of the land. The horse
your sugar exclusive smoke that found its
k ? If IK the October and November, first half of and man have merely scratched the patented process ever
cane no, your enemy cane 4*
)borer. November being. a very desirable) surface This power is being used frees it from bite and parch! way into a pipe or cis arett.c '*

This insect pent in well distributed time John M. Scott, animal industrailixt extensively in the West, where the

through the state, and in many sections of the Florida Experiment face of the land in level, as it is in ..
is the most serious pent of ('In.1 Station, places] the breeding period Florida and South Georgia, and in I : .

Hut an yet there are many net-lions in between October) 15 I and November) 15. other parts of the country. : ft r
I This will bring in FebriAry. The Horse is taking the of
which it IH not serious. However, precautions pigs power place RINEE lBE -
should and must be taken or sows may be bred in April or May to the horse 1. .
it will become serious. Florida'ti bo- farrow again in August or September.This ,t,
lug the of becoming fall litter will be out of the wayin i
on verge n JI'eot"u .
time to breed for the litter.If FARMER BROWNWell :. '
ar producing section, make it rfp n.f;arttei ,'r .- '
necessary that this dangerous pent Vie the sows are in good! condition
when the pigs are weaned, they -- - --- -
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planting now fields, especially Should breed! within time days nfter- Samantha, I'm going over to Messrs. Frank Reynolds, Schell You will make a mistake

i e where their arc no borers, irrcat onru ward. Starke this morning. Want to go Byrd, Harvey Padgett and Oscar Big Reduction In Prices if order fertilizer
should l be taken to secure deed cane ) I along? Wasdin, of Graham, attended the' un- you your

free of the borer. Never (get cane COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS! I If you can wait until I get: my ion meeting at Dedan Sunday. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty
from.field* infested with the infect. morning's work done. J. B. Thomas made a business tripto of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. .Fertilizers In-

t s Cane moved from one point to another Oll'olll-The first car of eggplant What have you. to do except wash Brooker Saturday sect.e des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .

should l always 1 10(> inspected carefully and peppers were shipped by the the dishes? Misses Rhoda, Lomie and Alva O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

by one who known bin business, fill)'" It rowe-I"' association this week The Why, lots of things. Make the Thomas attended! church at Dedan JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet.

association's packing house has been beds, out, the floor Saturday night.T. .
Florida sweep mop get AUK. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brandt
enlarged: to accommodate increased things ready fur dinner ami- I). Dyal was in Waldo Saturday.

t at the proper time will surely resultin production. New members are joining Cut it out. Can't wait for you to Mr. and Mrs. S. I.. Prescott were

the saving of much cane and money the association every day. Citrus do a clay's work. Just wash up the visitors to Waldo Saturday SBfl I 1
in the end, and may determine wln-lh- fruits are moving to market.St. dishes and 1 slip on u clean dress and Misses Lomie Thomas! and Linnic i iI I
er will bo Johns-Sugar is Parker attended the
your enterprise n successor cane mllkinll'fine come on cane grinding at
a fnilure. growth and heavy yields ore expected Pa, I guess I'll go along, too 'the> home of Mrs. Charity Lewis Saturday :

In ]localitien where the borer has I ; Farmers are busy 'plowingand ] Not today, Sliver Will have a load evening
( obtained n foothold much can )be done preparing land for Irish potatOes of syrup cans coming back. Inez Abernathy of Brooker attended JMICHELINhas

to check it. The moth in not u strong \. The land is in fine shape and But I've got a little business I want church at Dedan) Sunday ;

flier, and spread* slowly. Spreading wonderful growths of vegetable material to attend to. Edgar/ Sparks of Louise, attended ,.

I f14 mostly due to the use of Infested arc being turned under. There' will be no room for you to church here Friday and Saturday.

canes for seed. That is why seed rune Brevard-Fruit is taking on new ride hack, and I want you to stay at Oliver Sparks, of Louise, was in' ; overcomethe commonest
should. lie. HO carefully Inspected If life, much of it having grown at home to watch the cattle out in the our section Sunday, I of tire troubleUnderInflation
there is any doubt! about the cnne's least M) per cent in the last month. field.\ You can't go this tim('. Dan Byrd, of Graham, was a nisi ( causes

h'inuhor"r.frc'p, soak it for at least 1IOoto--IIII\'e:: held several] farmers Get; ready l Samantha, and I'll have tor to our school Friday; (
nn hour in hordcauq mixture or toLaccu meetings this week! giving instruction old RiiHtus ready. Hurry up now. Plr"yVood" returned to Starke I

('xt J'II't-1 part Itlack' lertf1<> to in fertilization, soils, crops', cultivation Say, ma, can't I go, too? Monday, after a week's" visit here'
BOO part of water both 1 and spraying. with his i
-or part tobacco Your pa. says you can't. Run out parents
to GOO bordeaux Pasi-o-We held] three citrus field to the burn and find one more egg. Rhoda Thomas spent Saturday afternoon -j ,

The cane should be planted! in the meetings this week, which was attended I'm[ short just to make doz at Brooker the guest of Miss j
full.]) The borer works all]) winter in by l.r 0 growers Considerable en. Lulledia rinholster. j

the 1>('(111. If the cane is planted] throe interest was aroused and much assistance en.Don't go until I get IJ t'k. !Miss Ruby Dyal, of Graham* Misses I I

or four inches deep, it will be ptifo rendered. All ready, Samantha.Just Rhoda, Lomie and Alva Thomas, Alj j When a tire is under-inflated its side-walls are
from" cold and deep enough that the Taylor-Oak drove1 School held its tha- and Opal Lewis, and Rev J.
a flexed the of the
constantfy by weight
borers will die. In the northern purlof community fair Saturday. Exhibitswere Your minutes are mighty long. We Parnes, of Starke, attended the T'I car as

the state the vane should be planted good! and the community was wont get back before noon. Get ion at Dedan Saturday and Sunday.Mr. the wheel rotates. Just as repeated bending
i before the first front; but in the pleased with the outcome.IiillaboroCitrus ttastuH.' up and Mrs. J. W. Lewis made a I
i back and forth breaks wire this
a &0 constant
fruits ,
Southern part Where there IH little are moving What will Rave to for business trip to Waldo Saturday.
t dimmer!: of frost it can be planted! to market.AlnuchuaThere. cans this you year? pay syrup Miss Lottie Jordan, of Brooker, I flexing tends to break the cords or fabric of
early enough, however "to Insure the is a surplus of
I spent the week with LubcdiaPinhol) -
$1I hundred for for
i death of the borer corn in this county but high freight' quarts; $13 which the tire is chiefly built. Blowouts result.

o rates make it impossible to ship it at gallon (cans ster.Mr.
Not as bad as r expected.What's and Mrs. John Shriver and son Michelins suffer less than other tires becauseof
a profit.
RANkING SI'ftAlt CANT POK Lewis Brooker
: that boy coming hollering of attended1church
i SEED HlIl1\iJton--One nf carload of hogs and after us for? at Dedan Sunday. I this abuse, for seldom if ever do you see a
one sweet potatoes were shipped
I Seed cane should; ; be R'h..tedIn old black] hen Just laid Can't I go, I
i Raved from the best 1 patch on tho well pleased l'a ? I'll walk back. Misses. Oveida and Blanche Connelly because of the unique construction of Mich-
farm. Care should he taken that no Prepared Fruit Com- Oh let him He'll be lonesome : of Cooler Pond, attended church at
stalks infested with the !brown rot Areselected puny is making arrangements lo buy hf're., pro. Dedan Sunday. elin Tires. Let us explain it to you.Sntith's .

) \ for seed. If there i 1M any cull and drop oranges from our grow '\.11. hop in. You look pretty to goo nilery Thomas, of Brooker, spent
mosaic disease on the foliage, thatenne era They will T"IY0/ cents a box: town.DeWitt. Sunday night here with homefolks. |

should] not In used for seed.It nt the grove. This will mean many C. Jones has resteamed Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Futch, of '
llmusanda of dollars -
saved! to Ihegrowers
in a common idea that stul'Uc Pukes spent the w'k..ndith her
barrels. JTC'IITing, \ them
cane is )better for seed than first-yojir. since such fruit previouslywent parents, Mr. and Mrs I": A. Crosby
to waste. at $2.2! Guess I'll buy that kind.They're .
r |bane because of I the greater number HnrTey Thomas was attending to Garage
cheaper than and
new ones ,
Lakei was called! I this week to
1'' of and experlmfilshave
joints eyes.Many fiiisiness i in Brooker Monday morning.
+ that this la not true. other counties to assist in holding just an good. He has cane milts at
proven citrus field schools $112 and $13 and a big power: mill on STAKE FLORIDAGood I
Stubble cane has little vitality. It is ,
dry and woody. First-year can is Lee -Citrus fruits and vegetables! land he will sell under guaranteed LONG BRIDGE I

juicy and not woody, and as n rule are" moving out of this county In carload - price, but I'll not have to buy one j
.4' gives better stand than stubbles.. lots. Conditions are excellent his year. Get up, Rastus. I Long Bridge/ Nov. 4-Among those
The cane should not be due up. (tadsden! -Much of the week has I declare, Samantha, I believe 111 attending to business in Starke Saturday

There are two reasons for thin. Firft, been spent in assisting the club boys have to buy a truck since we are to were P. S. Crews, S. C. Crews, news, fellows! Report has it H.bltual.Oolltlpatten cured
; It entails much extra work. Second to get ready for their contests. Secured have hard roads Ill get one of the Lloyd Clark, B. J. Supp, G. W. Sapp, that there will be no immediate' seduction In 14 to 31 Days

e It is not necessary.. Properly ?'it and from the local chamber of commerce trucks with a long top on and one ir. T. Parnell.Greene In taxation. "LA.X-FOS WITH PEPSSPT is a specia' :

bonked cano Is as isrool I as that \\MihIs three scholarships for our boys tteat. Then wp could ride to town Moody and O. B. Moodywere prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for HabJU&bill
to the short and haul our farm produce at the business : Constipation. It relieves prumPdYshould
boys' course at the- University visitors to Starke last
K state
C. McQuarrio, don
dug states If wood alchol produces blindnessit "
be taken regularly for Ito <
of Florida. I same time and get hack the same Thursday. and '
uuent. would that lot of Stimulate"
seem a people to induce regular action. It
s.. The cane should 1 be cut off near thet' J'olk-I.'arm'rll are preparingtheir day. Ill see if DeWitt Jones can Sorry to report Mrs. W.'' T. Turneron prefer not to see the light. Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tall' v* "
ground and piled in layers with the I land for fall and winter crops. Citrus pick me up one this winter. the sick list. Her bottle.illIl.l .

bottom of each stalk. touching the : fruits are moving out rapidly in car You're not going to buy any old Mr. and !Mrs. H. O. Rivers and Marriage i is a gamble: in which the
ground and the tops covering the lots. Growers are fertilizing: their tick-up car. If you're bound to have daughter, Mary, were visitors to Luke public invariably backs the winner
cane already piled, much like shingleson \ groves, one, I want one that's new and shiny. Butler Saturday. I I I lGIInawM
roof. The' beds should not be Santa Kosa-Many of our farmersare Say, pa, get one I can drive it Everett Renfroe and Mr. and Mrs.R. I
a than five feet in width and the storing their sweet potato crop For you. When you want anything J. Turner were attending to business Mother Eve set the fashion in abbreviated COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
more in I houses. nt Starke I'll in and scoot to dress, and a few of her
.1 cane should not be in too thick layers specially prepared storage hop up in Lake Butler Saturday. Full Line of
feminine descendants
DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store and are striving nobly a
from heatitiK- Little Mary Rivers is on the sick
.j because of danger to teach even her a few tricks Under'.."....' Supplia
Cover the bed about three or four The most brilliant fool we know of yet what you want and be back homein list

inches deep with earth from along is the fellow who drives with his muffler no time. Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a
; side the bed. Leave a narrow 10-inch cut out.Ionking 'Vf'I1. we haven't one yet. Get up, professional visitor here last week. The Russian bolsheviki, having AUTOMOBILE HEARSEAlways 86'
Rastus. You're too slow to catch failed to annihilate the world on hand. The beet
in the center of the bed uncovered a W. M. Hodges was in our section are now
i strip. This strip should be filled\ In into the future would be cold. Sunday.R. begging the world to prevent the star- vice at the lowest prices. SP'cial orers. ,1

after a few weeks. It servos as a ventilator a bully good thing if we could only Richard and children, of Lake vation from annihilate them. attention to telegraph Embalmer.DeWTIT .

However, if there Is danger select the things we would like to see. ZIFF Butler, attended Sunday school here Registered
frost or severe cold the entire nod Sunday.The Living in a small town has one distinct -
tof should too covered 1 immediately.The Seems to us it is about time for Ziff, Nov. 4.-The union meeting advantage over life in a big C. JONES i

cane should be banked while someone to begin talking about profiteers which was held at Dedan church Friday path of duty Is seldom overgrown city. When the tongue of gossip engulfs STARKE. FLAir. I

wet. If advantage; l Is taken of Ts'nsit again. Or has everybody con Saturday and Sunday was well with grass. More often it is a fellow you never have to ask ,

,tr w will be unnecessary to apply water cluded to join in the game attended. weeds. who he is. ,
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POIMI HAS 'E ALL CRANKED: t'P assets total about $203,000,000. defendant l>.. and IB hereby. requiredto i'.. v , :
BLOOD trm'.i: Hid ln
FEEBLE Itaanwo9 lt rv frM *
was only a few months ago that Ford TUr.: IIROMO O11N1M'In: .t ., I h. t. kml fcpHr. | to the bill rnunu on or Wforr Monday the gut tiny of ..
rivals claiming that he hadn'tenough > anyon1 >-lt limit rau.luq Hrmiuin 11 i ,
were y uaun .
The Pathfinder utlic-ln-lid. E.V.CKO\LS! mattnvl:: ..J.oiutMt Nuvt-mU. A. U 11'21.! ut tu>rwiB, tin u 11, V. 14., h" l r 'I '
money to pay his taxes and hoop of ..nld 1,111 will be taken .. vonftwi u ''ul '. 'wpik',
-- --- --- l> said fcndnnt.
that business jr --
his was practicallyruined. : WORKS HAVOCS y
ton l'l'IILlCATIO"lIn J
Nearly: six million workers in this I Hut it is probable, if the Circuit. Court. Pint of Florldn. F.1..hth 11hrd tt In further for ritthl. on IP rnniH-cut red tee f vr vhtu w omrr
mntry are not working now. The 'truth were known they would like tojiijoy Judicial. Circuit. Bradford County, In ChanTJWTI mil ford County Telegraph. a ..-....1'.,rr i 1.,1. n. ,
'jusim'SH interest are floundering in even a tithe. of that same sore"ruin" I cr'ry. llf"rd in sold county mid ttr lIY1QfR4.a. t. 1 \w "
( J'P1'O.IASG.IAKE! : : .>f Stark a This HfptvmUT 21. 1W21. ......I. 11II I
wilderness of stagnation and no one themselves Moreover it is corporation
(eerm ahle to lead them out into the'Promised I Mint only in the auto trade but in many ,,1mB i JIIOOU! : i.Kiri" ANDTAIJLKT Complainant.VB
Land. Henry Ford cornea other lines that Ford has "started I I FORM !I..ImaIo..on Il.v C. A. KNItiMI ,
I II.I..r 'I 1 '
nearer to being the industrial Moses norm-thing; ; he has introduced novel IVfendant.Tt the I). K KNIGHT. Raw Furs : 1
l affidavit appended
else he Is the ideas which making the loaders I When blood becomes thin and weakit apmarttiR:' r Siillrllor for 'Inl.t.lna"t 9.2LA1> -tl-te ,,
ihnn anyone ; pathfinder are lilll filed in the Aim v<*+U ted Cult that BelmaISrvenion.
.if the economic world. He is notnly I in many lines of business stop and is due to a falling off in the number ,. t the rirfenditnt. therein' named. l I. atamrvwldent g\
of taw 8tnt of Florida.' sod re-
> pointing the way back to nor. 1 ask themselves seriously whether they I of red blood cells It is easily f nUU .t 'vr a.-..r St. Lotiia Park, State ofWiTineMMn.
niulcy but is doing what few ] liaven't been going wrong nil the recognized by pallid skin or a blemIshed and thud her. address. I I. It. It. N... I
ead'u'l I 1, Pox 14T St. Irouia I'nrk. Minnmoln, and II
willing to do namely time. The business complexion loss] of appetite or '
are average concern that whr U n atnitle woman and U o" the
ahead and himself showing the way. depends mainly on salesmen and I unnatural irritability. and a sensationof ..wr of twenty-one yenmt it In thereforo or ,I
cli'red that unM tion-rMldint defendnnt t>e anil
Three times within the last year he "selling talk" to sell its goods. The weakness. It is not dangerous at U her* liy tvunlred. to appear to the hill) of ienmiilniiit

has reduced the prices of the Fordproducts salesman often promise more than first. In fact many people) scarcely filed In old emino on or before I I
Monday tho Blti dny. of iVremlier.. A. D. '1 1lt
-.the latest cut being R'pt.1 j can be fufilled, and the "selling talk" notice it and go on for days, thinking !*1. ottiprwlfio' the alUfratlnni of Mtd lilll I
2. Most of the other auto maker often, proves to have been mainly they will be better the next day. will he tt.
have used up their strength telling I I wind. The great danger is in the possibility It IN further ottor a ordered week! ; for taut four this eonxecutlvceek orilur I Iw I ituilillohrd >I

why they couldn't reduce their prices | Ford does no advertising and has of becoming seriously I ill from in the UradftirJ County Telegraph| mmrm a,

--but in each case they have been no salesman] in the sense that the II disease, which can work havoc in a Plate.'J'hfn mrwMpnitrr. pubUnltrd In ..10 county *

compelled to follow Henry's example j I! others have; he depends) on the indisputable body that lacks the endurance and October 29. 1921.a...W. AT.nFHMAN.Seal .1 I

and announce lowered rates; they merits of his machine, in resistance in rich, red blood. ( ) Clerk Circuit. ('.. .
had to do it if they wanted any business. practical! service to him busi Taken in time and steadily. a few Hy c. A. KNKIIIT..

ile'ss. bottles of Gude's Pepto-Mangan 'are A. S Solicitor CUFWfl fur Complainant. IVpnly,J 1.4..122OIOEIC Clerk I I

Henry Ford is one of the most disliked : tack a big percentage on their factorycost a great help. It Improves the qualityof 1 ry ) ,.,

men in the industrial to allow for "selling cost." The the blood by adding red blood cells FOR l'UIII.I"T.u" ',- wJI

the reason that he insists on acting I Ford products are sold through agencies They check the weakness, improve Judicial In Clreuit Circuit' Court Hrmlfi.rct Slnte of County florina.. In RiKltth Chan I A 11 t.c'V

.Independently; he will not but only a small portion of the the appetite) and clears the complex cery. I
combine union to the is Flora II. ('.d)'.
any or resist pro price buyer pays chargeable to ion.You Comiiluliiant.Chtwtcr .
duction or keep prices up. The "selling cost," for the machines can get Gude's Pepto-JIangan V. I I

other concerns are mortally afraid of virtually sell themselves.So in liquid and tablet form at your E. Cady: 1I..r ..d8"t. ,. r;

him; they never know what he may perturbed is the business world druggist's. Get the genuine with the It aplienrlnff. liy affidavit! Miiendtd tit the zeV ,

do; any morning the newspapers may over what Ford has "started" that a name "Gude's I'epto-Mangan" on the bill filed In the above-elated ratio that Cheater
E. Cady, the defendant therein unmed Init
announce that there has been another writer in a trade magazine says that ))18ckage.-Adv. non-renid of tho slate of loridu, and at
cut in Ford prices.No I I'ord's demonstration is enough to he IB a rvttldc'nt of the town of TlarUm. In the n /

wonder the auto insurance combine "command the interest of an "impasse" place from which abate. of Vermont. and la over the age of I
every concern twr oly-ono. yeara| It .la therefore ordered that 5 OLES k
at their annual convention just that has a salesman on its pay there is no exit. Their trains have add non-reeldi. defendant lie and I. herebyrequired dP

held voted a practical boycott of the roll." The question is raised whetherin been getting heavier and heavier requiring filed In .to.101 appear eauae on to or the before bill of Monday complaint the

Ford machine. Their excuse was that most cases the salesman is not asuperflous even heavier and more costly 14th day of November A. U. 1A21, Dtliertvliie I slate surface gives you sp.irk-proof surface .

Ford prices are not "standardized", and expensive middlemana tracks bridges etc. Their investmentis confeaaed the alloKatlona I by pad of defendant.aald l hill will Iw taken aa THE in's you a beautiful tliingle in the natural r

and that Ford machines are so popular "non-essential" as Ford calls him. so great that cheap service is im It la further ordered that thin order lie pub- fadeless red or slate color. f '
that everybody wants them. Many It is in the railroad field that Ford possible. It is a mathematical problem listed nero a week for four eonaeeutUv weeka green

high-toned autos are such poor bar has caused the most consternation of and it has no answer. In the piihlitihed llradfiird In County said county Telegraph and .1.! .a..*.newapatier The asphalt in Carey Shinnies\ ia the best quality

gains that the auto thieves will not late. As everyone knows, he boughtup Of course the hidebound old rail- 101. October 11. 10ZI.O...W. AM1FI1MAN.Seal nature adonis and is refined and tempered to make

even steal them. the old bankrupt Detroit, Toledo : road men scoff, fit the Ford Id'll. just ( \) Clerk Circuit Court. n water-pniof Ixidy by the oldest and most (expe

Lower Ford prices are always good and Ironton railroad. This road I as the hidebound auto makers scoffedat Sty C. A. KNIGHT. ri'ncIIIJ.\k'rs of asphalt\ roofintjs. The wJufdt\ too r
news to the people, and so the Pathfinder was a failure as the railroad men : him when he said he would make E. M. JOHNS. Pi'puty, Clerk. the ,
Solicitor for Complainant 10-14-61-11-11 is made in the Carey mills", to assure superior r
always tells of them. The ran it, for they ran it into the ground. autos cheap that who ..
so everyone - --- --- - 1
of :;
Carey Shingles.Consumers ,.
present prices are now actually lower They went on the principle of "charg wanted one could have it. Ford now NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TX HEED quality .4f
than the lowest time before I lINI'R; BrCTION 571 <>F TUB t
they were at ing all the traffic would bear"; they I sell more autos and makes more money GENERAL, STATUTES ;

the war; BO that here is one rode the road, instead of making it I than all his old rivals put togetherand Ifrrcby notice Is sHvcn' that. C. A. Smith, w
staple commodity at least that is back serve the publif, and they employedan he can afford to smile ''mrcr-n'cr of tan spite cert flcntia numbered
to normal and then Inluljt'en-1 j I .i-riuioetivoly. 00. I"". 119 J .n"1\ Loud. by 1.
some. army of freight solicitors and their feeble efforts. 1 .
tly at Hi" tut collcx'tor for Bradford County, Flor
The ordinary chassis is $205; truck other "salesmen" to get business. Iran, ...1.. ccrtillrntia DA nod 100 liclnir dated.Inlie
chassis $445; touring car $355, or with The fact is that the railroads are *. A. I). IK1I7. mid eertlflcale liD
Ford at rid of whole lot h""l
once got
a ,
of business Ins dined. 4Ax
already being put out to a July 1. A. II IIK'I and said ""
starter and demountable rims it is of useless employees. Of course the large extent because they unableto mtn HI' I.-'",.. doled July 7, A. I). 11102 )h.. .-
$450. War tax and freight from fac- labor unions kicked. lie sharked the are lord. the cold crrtincatea I In my office and spa
furnish the and 'ollomi'ulls'rviee i made .
good { ( nuiiliriiiliin for tax riVed to Lana In aouiinlance
tory of course are extra an on all whole world by doing away with the that the public want Motor with Inw. 'Ihe soul" eertlllrntea. re-
autos. Is it any wonder that theharvester 'freight soliciting department. He |I Hliectively emlirnce the folloMlntr, Inmh In
trust and farm implement I trucks are competing with them llradfor] county., I'lorltln., ..........d nt the date Lumber Co.TRACTOR. to
went on the idea that if the service strongly and taking business away I(' of the Uauunce of smith certiorate* In the .
people are complaining because the _vas made good enough and heap I I namrw. reaprctlvcly. 'hereinafter liuitiuularl, ;
from, them | . .
nit forth, -- --
i lowitlCertiorate
farmers are buying Fords instead of enough the road would not have to '
I' The' Carrollton and 'VUI.t.hvllll'. I'lIiI-I'I No. DA 'mbrneea l.otn Z, 4, R.
harvesters cream separators, and go out and beg for business "St'r"e road in litt.ltroad. is I fl and, 10 Elk 14 In Town of New ttlvn Un
Kentucky a ,
farm utensils on which the prices ,'(( to the public" was the motto he I I I, known Ii
have not been properly reduced ? Mail only one in the state that has not I CortmoMe. 100 embraces nil if Ink Sill
adopted just as with his auto. I raised rates. The solved except l, order houses arc now selling for less managers mra.wvl. Unknown.CertiHriito ilkn
than $7 a pulley that can be attachedto The road was soon making good the problem by laying up their steam Nn III nibriiceii. Lot T ilk 14 t
money and the only thing he has to locomotives and substituting. gasoline Ton-n of New Klver, Stn' 2H, ')'". fl. H. K. 20 l
the hind wheel of a Ford so that : .... ...
complain of is that the governmentwill \ foal il U. It. W. Johnaon.
driven cars. A trip with the steam
the machine be belted and used I <' III'a'. No
can i 111 embrneea Lots ft n It.
to supply for They not allow him to lower his rates outfit.. cost the coinpnny $15 while 1111; 14. In New HI v,.... See 24. Ti" II. 9. It.
power any purpose. tin' fast as he would hkt. He knows with the gas outfit it is only $2. :o I'nNt; aflnrwed. Unknown (
also soil about covered express
for $80 a that the. lower he makes' the rates! the Other riiilicuuls lnlena until c.>rtincai ahau ii" r..ilm>miKiccordmir
body to go on the Ford chassis, are now studyingthis to Inw. tan di more business he will get while the Ito 14th .. .
idea. cloy of Novi inher' A I) 111I.
and make this fine outfit for IhrhthuulinR'
a other roads go on the )principle that DpRirioines is without street-car Vltntna( my ofTIc, al nitrniiture and Heal thla
and general purposes, as wellus llth day. of October. A. I). 1021.a .
!the people must patronize them anyway service for the reason that the trolley .
for carrying the family on trips.In w.; ,
and that service and economy lines have also come to an "impasse" seal) Clerk Imiit:/ Court:
plain English if the other concerns Sly C. A, KNll.lir.HI '; .
have nothing to do with .
and can no longer supply service at ,,
want to do a big, business as L llepuly, Clerk. -
Ford is doing, they should follow his Now comes Henry with thutill: 'prices that the public can pixy So -

methods and put prices down where more revolutionary )proposition)! that I[ motor busses are now being used" ire MAHTI.Iff! flAI f --::-
the rairouds:' are built on altogether stead. Notice la )hereby. irlvell' time mule" lind, InliurHiianoe
the business. There is
they will Ret of .
I a flnul dorrne, made
ton heavy a svulo. He condemns, The toleration of the, MisMuuri and ancreiulirid
TIO question that the Ford way is the on Ihr iillth dny of rVpti'mbpr, A.
A from the present huge locomotives and North Arkansas railroad which nerved I), 1021. In und by the, Iloniiralilo Juilua of rfp.rguwnr
prosperous way. ( Ih,. Clre\ll .
Couit In und for Itriidfurd .
trains us "monoy-eaters.. His 1 ideaIs H territory over 300) miles lung, hm n tint
Detroit says: "Figures! made public t 4. T'lor'iln, In chonoary, lit that certain caimellurcln
when the Ford ]Motor Co. paid its to use rolling Block that. will weigh been /altogether! suspended.! Here the< ixnijinic, whereto, the 'lown uf Storks.
only a third of what the present type obstacle is the labor unions. Tho n 1110010111111. corporation, In complainant. sod Par
1 revealed that Then }
Michigan taxes Sept. lien l and LxumTlson.' |his,| wife, and. '
Henry Ford is on the way to becomethe weighs "The 200-ton)( locomotive' of lairoad men not only refused to accept .III.. 1'ixon. widow of Wm. Thrum, di'fl.>aHedmiH .. .

richest man in the world. Ills today cannot be justified; it only I any cut in wages hut made it so J j Ii" fAMi-il.the nolii.are helm dofendnnta of the,rti,ills of Win. Tlnon

taxable property is put at $261,000- serves to wear out tho rails when that no one else could operate' tinlino. I. A. /, Adkma, na apectitl, Mutter, Mlml! 4G25
000 but the actual. value is far above such rails ought to lust a hundred I I Bridges; were burned, bomb'i .otf"r for Male at pulilln outcry and, Hell trt 'mil
tht his host 1Iddr for cimh bifoiw' the courlhr '. '
that Some bankers put his wealthas years, he says. placed under engines, trains throw r door in Stntke, KrndCord' c<...r' Slurs 11111 $ 4 ,r
high : Ford him He figures that with l lighter rollingstock : off tracks. air hose cut, water tanksdrained Ida on Mondny the 7th day' of November. YesIve
as $7."iO,000,000. A. II. 1W1: durum. the likiil. liouia nt. anhi. the P. 0. B.Detroit ; f.
self has said that he doesn't know how u larger amount of business can destructive chemicals put in followlnw diwcrihi'd. iniitiiy| in. wilt

much he is worth and doesn't care he handled with fur loss fuel consumption -' boilers emery put in engine bearingsto Ihi. Went tlnrty-nix' leet. and elvht Inclu. =
of lute Five 1 tm I and Kevt a '71 f>f u... Hev- L-- more )
The tax statement showed that the and nt reduced rates, whileat ruin tlwm. and all new employees ntren. (17)( orltilnal' town of Htiir'.u: briny :

Ford Com'pany has about $Ji.-: ,000,000on the same time tho employees can terrorized. In Sect nit. iifl. lownnhlp tf, S. ft. Jf] Ilttxt.';

hands in cash. The buildings etc. be better paid. The present railroads Now the people living along the A 8 CIl :WR. A 7..!HII.! AUIvlNM...\ml Mauler. Tune for .

are put at $47,000,000, the machineryat confess that they are making money line huvo appealed to Henry Ford to nolleltur. for Compluinnnt.;, :lo-T:.-ll-4 it
21,000,000 and the good-will at and that they are a failure. They take their road nnd! run it. Hut if - - - - - - t

about the same The Ford Company have conic tfi what the French} call they me so helpless an that, it is not I In, Circuit Ont,1.11 Court Lea State J'LIILICATIOX. of\ Florida,, Rlirhlh.udlcfal MyselfSince

_. likely that Ford will help thorn out. --- ------
If he undertook to \
L. KlokllUir, and, I.
Klcklller, nor' i
railroad in the country he would make husband eomplsllwnte. T

": ._ n failure of it. Hut the example that. .va U
.J. .c Itnhert Nixon, IKfendant. I GotFordson5"
: \ he bus set is. ns. free the ILF
.. us gospel; IL apprarinlr" hy Hltiilnvlt' appi ndi'il to Ill'
.- there is his. bill filed in the above otated
no patent on Idea and sauna that Ittihert
... .. ..... fV __ anyone -
___ r. ...-- ,< Nixon the defendant therein' named, la anunnpldrnt !
else who has
same amount of
= --III('" 1J..t -- .;# of the ataln of I+lurid". and that a
: \1- .. :!"" ,( T : r .:." 'lt stamina can. go and do likewise. I llin rtldence of the laid defendant. la un.
: ..
., .' :1k known, and fa over the smite of twrnty-ona
j'9''I, .t ; ' : ;; ' : i
: ;
.....,' 1 .u..r...:. <... ..' .. f.1-J ..._..... ..iIt.:. ; ... I -, --
'. \\ ,., ...', r.r\ ... ....A'' . Ir .. The wise man keeps his tongue tohimself
: ,. 1. .... .-; ". .... "( ; '.
:;.. :;J..1j! :!:'" :: r..,:. H' ..I...:"4 :...... .,;. .(, ?]y.I.'.'.,;! The fool lets him keep[ his,
J' = .. ._ too. Th Fordson Tractor is taking much of the
w. -
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If; "*, ...* } E
rxT .'V :&KIW" "iV ivM---- .. dl uiiijery out of farm ]life ; it is solving the labor .

I-I I..%&t >. 'jMg$&; % .iII' .*, 'j"f--Jl'. :,:, ::' j, ', .,_.. "''Vjs...._i I"I" ;) ,'nfjy/'uv_, If each citizen had one of those $ t problem ; it is rerluc'np: ; the cost of preparing ,
:I - - $ 'M ON
n ," *., "*':" <""Ai ::'' Jj guns that shoot throe hundred mileswe land by almost one half of what it was with

i .Ai...... '. -ft*)-1.. '" "" 1'..:...*.*..;.i. Thu 's t It might load up the battery and uiS3 pllo$ hr>rF -9; and it it saving one third to one half

-'I.t.-. ,.," .."....'.." j,...,; ; V.'Iy I drown. OUT; Home of that congressionalnoise. iii luSSI0Sanoy of the farmer's time; and making farm life

: lkatt and Pref. more attractive.
M'Fi-I rd2 n It : ptly ,
;T /f |p1JSue1l joj111004 XMA 1o jIpOalt The Fordson will run threshing machineand

.fefli' j'
*'j t\; % I '>, t'ntjl"tl'"I'I* *=.*"'- r' ','lInjll"l question it is presumed. the people<< of will operate the rril'nng! machines saw your

#! V*. ".;''-V;i.. J''". o; of hu'',. r. .... I '1hol the far east will he advised of the rate.'w'0"' s' .a.'__s wwsua wood fill your bilo, pump the water and take

X'LT.rt__,,:--A1*:r"z::::: : 3 "I' p. .'d. '. .1:1g fact. O o.o ,,.,. care of every kind of belt work-

? 'h a b- 7f t.; :: >'\o "( r:v.". r t"l r' .: I I even AnJ don't forget-it will plow six to eight
I : t /a1'vr: ;;'" \ / t I I.,"'. : ', ; : :.I !'ain There
f \ are people, of course who acre in a ten hour day two
\NM '" (1) -, . I' ; . handling plows
';'1'J )J l: '1 , ... r' .....'t't's tll" live to learn only to die and be forgotten with case.

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: : : Thus the Fordson is the ideal
'-"'* ",*w 2 .-*?* "' : " ;' ." .. r "nfie5 MuaL -- -. --- A WOMAN TESTIFIESHere ) year-round trac-

&:*;& &. $."- t, :; .' .. . ., !..t\1..S'J' t.K The fortunate man Is generally the tor. It will pay for its fall and winter keep in

.'!1 ",' <( ;.. :" ..IIlH.LT: . last ono to recognize the fact He 1 III is the Help Most Women Need many ways.

.. ;;, .f :'"".".,m-j........, '.- "' 1 I _..olJt1f ,/ always yearning for something bet at t Some Time in Life There's a bir story to; tell)] you about the Ford-

': J : RGf. cord GEi1F.rAL," ter. Covinimm, : "'Y.-'; "In" years MHO 1 non-an* a true one .come in end l get: the facts.

-... '4w.-.. -') stingy vitHonfulh ran- down mid I'TWMH, 'nun Or if you prcVr, telephone or drop us a card
--- Some '
people nininr,
\ s' 't12y! .1'RIJ'1 DOTTJF.; lire / trouble anti my Ihymrat"I" "en.0nuurnded >
'- i. hl. I ;:; : : and we will]] bring them! to you.
: J"\'h.I"Jf'.1'..
i"t.0" ; unwilling to part with their JJr I'lerro I'avonti' 1 j're-
Arlo ". '", """ ". Tr i:!) o ',. t .1 .. ..o-, ''' own
10 10'\\ meanness. Itrltlrnttold, TIM tliul H wax, th/ stet
1'1< '"h.'Lo.'JI'r.: , ... h .. i"i (. I Inl','11'11\1' the nrk for
$4.00. ; 1. t ___. on 0I <*t W/IIIIK-II" I -' ,
.. .
l. i .
11> _"' __ True '\ IJI" ht.r n IH Ilici' brat or not, it I IH Ilio. ,
... courtesy demands that you lioMt" I have 'found, for 11 few .I.. tLlcu ,..
iJ ih. r"--' "."T laugh when your friend repents his I lii'lM'd' tin- woiicJiTfully. lull l
M !! A G | by ro//'' i'iuinur -
t. ) 1 . J ,I favorite_iok" but not at him. I jh, iiuc I Will "clued on.iicfy '[rHo .. -- -.. . - .. .. .-. -- .-....--...-. . --- ..-..-, .--
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-- Jiliih F"r'l.l I 1JtIJ: : ) liunkhik '!it. ----

-' .-!,. ".. -_ _, ..--" .-.n"1.--. -- I No Worm in m Healthy Chlldf I Tlin" ......0' Ur. I'HMW'H I'uvorilc I'ro-

i Lliif i11 El 1i" i, biallliycolor All children,vrlikh troubled.ndlr..elKU with Worm Wood bavg and an a uo.>e Tiplion Iiicin' healthy.makes women A great happy irutnv, t hv m.rr.cnjn nmkIIIK J. W. ANDREWS, Jr.

rule, then U more or "" dlaturlMmm. < Ko, /struts owe: tiuur g'snl iH'nltli. <>t LYON MANLTACTUr'TC: CO., Proprirto, 4M'"'S South Fifth St., Brooklyn,N.Y |I (,fIVe'S; IASTIXE88: ClessHILL TONIC lveo. ...a.... Juy to ttiii fainoiiH J'rcwcriptiiiti. (.;ict it AU1IIORIZFD
i, ta/ly' fur two 01'three week wUI cartch the ut your clrtiK store maul 10
_.::= =:.--====- '- --= I If | Improve tIi dlHe.Ur. Pierce, t JIIVUH'| |!..or' Mold in ct-iito IHiffalo./ to Ford and Fordson Dealer

m to tbe whole .,.te.... Nature will then : N. \'. for trial
s: throw off or dlapel. the __..end UieChlM a pku." )Ur,1'iorce will give:
u !tJ .pvrfwt hnaltl.' Plenum to aka TSciwrlmuJe: will bf I you Confidential' I tnc-Jicul advice; frc!. STARKE FLORIDAU" ,.


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f'' town Saturday.Irvin Parrish and children, Lem and Pearl, SAMPSON CITY Richard Hague and .N. G. Hayes ':j ,
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Bradford County Telegraph Thomas and Hon, )Rex, of Cooler and David Kelly were business visitors \isited friends, at Worthington Sun-

,. - .-- I'ond, were here Thursday after- to Sampson Monday. Sampson City, Nov. 4.-Kirby day. -
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-- -- ---- -- -- noon. Chesley Fogg was a business visitor Smith has moved his family to Haw I Vernon Rogers Is numbered on the K. FERRYMAN
Published: weekly and entered as Mr. Dukes and (children of Five to Jacksonville first of the week. thorn. Mr. Smith has been here fora i sick list this week. ATTORN Et'-AT LAW ,

second class matter, at the post Mile, were visiting here last week. Mrs. Goodge and son, Lonnie, oi number of years and friends of the I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Raborn were STARKE, FLORIDA
office at Starke, Florida. Claude Crosby motored I to Worth- Sampson were visitors here Tuesday family regret to see them leave. I visiting relatives in this community
ington and Lake Butler Friday after Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith are the Sunday, JI

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor:: and Owner noon. Jesse Woods made a business trip proud parents of a daughter, born I
t H. T. McDavid and daughter Ivy, to Sampson Wednesday. Oct. 28th.J. .
of Cooler Pond, were here Friday af Messrs. Frank and Menzie Grooverof D. Sloan made a business trip I 1
The ground is now suflicicntly moist ternoon. to Hawthorn Saturday.
the Brooker section were business :
l for the planting of oats and rye. Rape M. A. demons, of Brooklyn, wan visitors here Wednesday.Blox Dr. W. E. Middleton made a profess GENERAL INSURANCE
haM proven a profitable and sure crop here Friday. Parrish, of Sampson was attending j sionfil trip here Sunday.
i : here, good for table use and for cat ninm Shaw, who has been visiting to business here Thursday. Mrs. J. J. Cain and children Irene I[ HAROLD C. WALL '
No farmer
tie, hogs and poultry. in Winter Haven, has resumed her Among the visitors to the county I Thelma and Horace, of Louise, spent I
1 should neglect planting crop work as telephone operator.Mr. scat Thursday were Messrs. Lvwis Sunday here with relatives.
mentioned.The Bryan, of New River, was in Matthews Joe Durchell Irving and Mrs. S. E. Jones attended the convention STARKE FLORIDA

l town Thursday.John Truby Dyal, E. J. Murrhee, Tom, H at Hampton Sunday
tropical storm that raged 01 :Shaw, of LaCrosse was here D. and Math Wasdin Elige Young Volley McKinney of Gainesville f is FiRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.
the southwestern coast of Florida and Friday, afternoon I blood Theodore Hall Arch Johns, visiting his parents here for a few
I truck. with more or less force many Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse made several i Sinny Thomas, Jesse Byrd David and
\ inland sections of South Florida bu calls here last week. Claude Kelly and Bob Surrency. days.Mrs.. Tommie Morgan of Gainesville I

i been found to have done less damage R. A. Weeks spent Thursday attending O. W. Dyal was a business visitorto i is visiting her parents Mr. and A. MARTIN SEED CO.
/ 'than was at first supposed--abou to business in Starke.Mr. Waldo Thursday. Mrs. W. H, Nabb. .

'i three million dollars in all, Tampa't Sistrunk of Starke, was hereon Bunnie Graves Is home after sev Mrs. W. C. Hunt made a business OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
r losses included. Only half a dozen business Friday. era) weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs trip to Lake Butler Monday.Mr. i
lives were lost.. Most of the damage E. J. Ward and family spent. a few Levy Johns, of Jacksonville. and Mrs. R. H. Smith, of Hawthorn JACKSONVILLE FLA.
t outside of Tampa was the loss of citrus days of last week in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney spent the week-end here with I SEED POTATOES

r fruits that were blown from the Virginia and Murla Weeks are visiting Sampson, were visiting; their son, their! son, Ha an. I Spaulding Number 4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph and Inch Cobbler. lye
i v trees. Much of the fallen fruit can relatives In Starke this week. John, Thursday. David Kelly and family, of Gra- now ready 10 quote contract prices for December and January delirery. are
4' be used. Had the storm come earlier Claude Crosby, Misses Blanche and Mesdames Niriam Wynn and children ham, was a caller here Monday. I Our Seed Potatoes are the higheitquahtv, Maine grown, elected seed. Adu,,
.when the oranges were too green for Ovieda Connelly of Cooler Pond, attended and Ed Parrish were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney of quantity and variety you will want.
any use, the damage would have been church at Dedan Sunday. relatives at Sampson Friday.Joe Graham, spent the week-end here with MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS

t much heavier. Harley Thomas, of Graham was McKinney, of Lake Butler, was the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I Have made good with both the small gardener and far er and the one, wko
in town Monday morning visiting his grandparents Mr. and A. J. McKinney. plant thousand of acres. Plant your fall crop with Martini Hy Test Seed. and in.
The mighty tractor is a blessing News was received here Sunday afternoon Mrs. Alfred McKinney last week. Hogan Smith made a business trip sure results.
that farmers should take advantage of the death of :Mrs. I.. S. Mrs. Frank Beville was a visitor to to the county seat Monday. FALL CATALOGUE
? of. Every extensive farmer should Johns, at the home of her parents, Gainesville' Saturday. Charley Smith spent Monday here I Martin's Fall Seed Catalogue is now ready. Write for it. Everyone interfiled
have one, but there will soon be a Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nabb of Sampson Messrs Tom Mills and John Sur- guest of relatives. in Florida fall and winter crops should avail themselves. of information conUned
tractor found in every neighborhood, City. rency were business visitors to Hampton Mrs. Dacha Johns died at the home 1 in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who send in their
that can be had for the heavy plow Fred Hazen was in LaCrosse Mon- Friday. of her parents while undergoing an names promptly. Write for it today.

Ing. We know of many farmers who day morning' Mrs. Elando Maines and children operation. She was 31 years of age,I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
would have more land under cultivation Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell: or of Waldo, were visitors here Friday and before her marriage was Miss
f ; but they have allowed much af; Starke, were visitors, here Sunday af- afternoon Dosha Nabb of Brooker. She is survived -
their cleared land to grow up in high tt"noon. Mrs. Sarah Pons, of Mounteoiha, by a husband, father and mother *seat
weeds and brush which would cost John Pinholster, of LaCrosse, spent and son, were here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Nabb, of this --- -- ---- ---- --- _
too much to prepare for their horse Sunday here. Math Wasdin and Bessie Aberna- place three sisters, Mrs. L. Morgan, I I'I '
drawn plows. The tractor, with its K. A. Weeks spent the week-end in thy spent Friday in Gainesville. of Gainesville, Mrs. Brown of Jacksonville I ""
big turning plows, can be put on Much Jacksonville. Jesse Byrd left Friday morning and Mrs. Hogan Smith, of I I '
land at once, turn over the soil thor- A Hallowe'en party was riven Friday for his home, at Tampa. this place one brother, Dogan Nabb. I I 'I'
oughly and cover up the weeds. If night at the home of J. D. BaicStor. :. Messrs. Joe Cail and Percy Jones The entire community join in sympathy f : '
such a plowing is done far enough in Various games were played and were business visitors to Waldo Sat- to the bereaved ones. II, j' P
advance of planting the weeds will enjoyed. t urday. I I'', ,4 1 I II III
S' rot and supply much needed humus Edna Baxter Vera arid ,1(0X8, Sur- Jane Cail left for Tampa Saturday. i I

to the ..oil.h IClI(')', of LaCrosse, spent. the weekend D. J. Byrd attended the union meeting .- TIIERESSATheressa :, ,,", 1T y THE UNIVERSAL, CAR ,w
with homcfolka.r.ldon at Dedan Saturday and Sunday. "t 1 } .p
If Henry Ford's idea is correct- : Baxter spent Saturday afternoon Miss Elsie Birt, of Louise was a Nov 4.-The series of "H \-J'T .I (t..... b
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held the Christian church .
and we are inclined to believe that it in LaCrossc. visitor here Saturday. meetings at I .
iII-t.hat lighter engines and cars, closed Thursday night. Many interesting -
and L. Futch of Worthington Little Jay Moody, of New River "
Mr. Mrs.

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shorter trains and lighter tracks and spent the week-end athe\ has been visiting his grandparents sermons were preached by Rev .()

bridges, would make railway service home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney this Daugherty.Mrs. I
cheaper and quicker, why not then, week. Josephine Sullivan has return .
Mrs. P. A.
and that all rail Crosby. ed to her home in Hampton after a
go C a step further say Oliver Sparks, of Mounteocha, was I
ways should be double-tracked. This Those attending the union at Dedan visitor here week's visit at the home of her son,
Sunday from here were: Mr. and Mrs. a Saturday.
Cleveland.Mrs. .
could be afforded if the
extra expense J John Dock Thomas Leo
1; reductions mentioned were brought I. W. Pinholster, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Thigpen, W. A. Jones was shopping in
of Ziff visitors
Lloyd Dyal
about. Freight could then be moved It. T. Ostccn T. C. and B. F. Hazen, here were Hampton Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. L; A Brown and children Saturday.Lee Mrs. J. P. and El-
faster than 20 to 25 miles per day, Dyal is spending the week with Padfjett son, ... II'
rate for Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, in Starke Saturday.Fred I
as is the average now, no his brother Truman at Ziff. more, were r
4 Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Cloversettle in Starke
time would be wasted in waiting at Mr. and Mrs. Alvin was on
J. D. Baxter and family, Mr. and MrsA. McKinney were business
I meeting points. The waste of muter visitors to Brooker Sunday. Monday.
ial and time by the railways is enorm . J. Sowell, Inez Abernathy Mann Harry Eddy of Mounteocha attended Mrs. J. E. Owsley and family attended -
UH and can only be compared to Andrews Eunice and Ella Mae Hnzen Christian Endeavor here Sun- the convention in Hampton on
that of an army in the field. It can Willie Mac and Cantey Oliver, Elma find the last.Sunday. t.WIrASrar .
be supported only by exorbitant char Shaw Clara Cone, Mr. and Mrs.\ Jno. day night praises organization Johnnie Williamson was visitingfriends .
Shriver, W. F. Atkinson, Eldon and' highly
here .
f gen for service to those who com- Messrs. J. R. Buvill LeRoy Wasdin! Sunday.Mr.
e! pulled by circumstances to do so, must Edna Baxter Rand Crews, Lewis i i and Percy Revels attended the convention and Mrs. R. M. Hersey were
h. pay whatever i III asked. If the waste Shriver.J. I of Christian chiirches, of the attending to business in Starke Mon

element was eliminated, the railways S. Forsyth of Juliette, spent I Saturday .- county at Hampton Saturday and day.Mr.
could pay their employes good wages, here with relative's. J Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace attended I
s reduce charges and still make moneyTAMPA The contest between groups one and services at the Christian church at
t two of the B. Y. P. U., ended Sunday and Mrs Henry Wilson of Wal Hampton[ Saturday.
i the winner. do, spent the weeknd with their Rev. and Mrs. left Fri-
ALL fU( II1'ACh'r night group two being i Daugherty +.randd.mounraLRims
M Little Artford Brown has been on daughter, Mrs. Lewis Matthews. day for Hampton to he present at the

having boon deprived of the the silk list. Messrs. Bob Surrency, Henry Pad- Christian convention.Mrs. GemuhieCommon l lI
Tampa j Tribune and tho Tilting since Mr. MtDuvid of Mountvocha, wan l (>tt, Oscar Wusdin, Mr. and Mrs Jesse D. W. Moore was visiting relatives
here Monday. Sullivan O. W. Dyal and daughter in Hampton Thursday.
o j Monday morning of last week, I
i excellent papers gladdened us by Mr. Malphurs of Starke was a visitor Ruby attended the union meet H. E. Moorer was a visitor to Lake Sense
their reappearance Thursday morning here Monday. ing at Dedan Sunday. Geneva Saturday.
Water, wind and absence of telegraphic ! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward of Gainesville Topic-Thy will be done. V. With Calvin Triest was in Hampton Sat- (
&V news hud temporarily stopped are spending( this week here my money. Matt. C:7-15. C t'uilO'ra- urday. I Many Ford owners can afford to own and operate 'l

their publication, but there was Truman Thomas, of Graham, was tion meeting Led by Frances ,,Murrhee. i any car they may choose, but they prefer a .
nothing in their appearance to indicate hero Saturday Whose money is it? Yours or BRADFORD 'II Ford "because it is a Ford." t
thnt they had suffered a severe L. L. Johns of New River, was in the Lord's? C. E.: Sunday at 7:30. !

blow. They were as full of news asever I town Saturday.Prof. Come. Bradford Nu-4.'Seeber: Edwards I For "because it is a Ford" means dependability.I I
} and replete with pictures illustrating A, B. Shaw and Miss Thelma left Saturday for Tampa where he'I' ; ease of operation 'efficleilfy-and it means sure

the damage done by the storm I Thomas spent the weekend. with I BRIDGE PARTED! IN FRONT AND has accepted a position I quick transportation. .' ,
I their homefolks.
in Tampa. Those papers may be considered BEHIND MAN IN CAR Ruby Edwards who has been at-I .1 i i
as the embodiment of the spirit L. L. Johns and L. Morgan, of tending school at Brookcr, is staying And "because it is a Ford" means good taste I I'
of Tampa and as they quickly recovered iiainosvllle, were here Tuesday morning One .of the thrills of the storm was home this week on account of sick- pride of ownership and genuine Common Sense. I
j: from disaster so will the vigorous experienced by M. M. McLeod, of ness. i
metropolis of the West Coast Mrs. O. B. Hazen and children are Tampa, when he watched his touringcar Mrs. Joe Waters is very III. at this ': The Ford Sedan,a closed car of distinction, beauty ffl r
spending this week at the home of I
have its injuries healed. .
soon Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Hazen. literally "Swallowed by the writing i and convenience, is the ideal all year 'round car, Ii
waves," while he was attempting to Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was vis- I
Mrs. D. W. Hazen is on the sick for pleasure or business-for the farm town or
NO GAME HOGS WANTED Harbor ting in section after-
cross! Safety bridge Tuesday this Sunday I t tI
.list this week. night. noon. city. It gives you all that any car can give at a

Forest and Stream in a recent editorial Claude Crosby and Eldon Baxter !McLeod was making the trip from N. G. Hayes, Sr., was shopping Inl!i I much lower cost for operation and maintenance. I II
scorches Floridians for charging were in Gainesville Monday after- Tampa to St. Petersburg and had encountered Worthington Saturday. I
? a $25 state and a $3.50 county license noon. some water along the way Quite a crowd attended the cane I Ford Cars of all types are in great demand, so
for non-resident sportsmen for Those attending the burial of Mrs. which caused his car to stall just as grinding at the home of Steve Hague | I place your order at once if you wish to avoid
each in which hunt. The 1.. L. Johns at Sapp cemetery Mon he
county tly was half-way across the bridge. Saturday night. delay in delivery.J. .
complaint l is that the license is too lay afternoon were, Mr. and Mrs. I When he got out to examine the engine Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell of La-I, I
high, and the regulations too strict, W. Pinholster Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. J. he noticed for the first time that crosse, wree guests of the :
i and that n hunter procuring a permit Morgan and son, Clarence, Mesdames the bridge had separated just! back of parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards W. ANDREWS JR. Dealer I
in one county may unwittingly R. T. Osteen and P. M. Barefoot, Mr. Sunday. k
cross the line into another and he and Mrs. T. C. flaxen, Mr. and Mrs. him.A few minutes later, after he had Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu visited I !
Starke Florida.
I.. R. Gainey, Inez Abernathy, Mr. : I.
tried unsuccessfully to crank the car, the latter' parentsMr..' and Mrs. j ,
cense. and Mrs K. J. Ward.L. the bridge broke in front. Mcl/eod Dennison, Saturday and Sunday
Stream thinks, will keep many sportsmen A. Brown was in LaCrosse Tuesday barely had time to get:: his handbag Miss Elma Edwards' visited relatives --J

from coming to the state. and Jump to safety. Turning about, at LaCrosse Saturday and Sun-> .
Several Floridians! have taken issue Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were inLaCrosae he watched his. car, on' thepiece t>f day I H .. d -

with the ('(editorial explaining why Monday. the bridge, disappear from sight.
such a law was found: :necessary to McLeod walked to Clearwater Tuesday -
enact in order to control the activities GRAHAM; night and finally arrived in St.
of "irnmc hOl'." from elsewhere, Petl'rllburlt'ednI'9dny afternoon.
uhovould otherwise soon destroy Graham Nov. 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clearwater Sun. Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store I;

I, our game. l Even: as it is, our game is

being rnpidlv depleted by hunter. I 1ItnQ '
from other states, who may be sportsmen If :your local merchant doe not carry your want come here. Many women. in :your community hop \
at home, but who dt>i,enerate into I here. Our aim i i. to at all time render good service, maintain a high quality of good and ell, at mallet. :
game hogs! after comin-x to Florida. price. potiible. Our stocks are equal in ize of any tore in the state with the exception of one city. .t
Some of them are said to exceed the Seed Irish Potatoes
' allowed limit, and can the game thus ':
being enabled 1 to get it out of tho

state Farmers, you that are expecting to plant any acre I
i RROOKEKH --- -- age of potatoes'this spring-See Aubrey Moore at once C uoliSer3ice; 11iV. --- 1

and place a $1.00 deposit on each bag for what you .

'f. 4.-Fred !Ilnzen and will want, before the advance. He i, getting seed for GAINESVILLEFLORIDA

afternoon.1.111hrh'l'r wore in Starke Friday farmers thi"", season direct from Caribou Maine free

Mrs M.\ A. Chancey trained nurse of charge if you will give him a chance at marketingyour

from Jacksonville', spent part of lastweek cron. If you want GcnuincSeed, see him before All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail Orders
here nursmir little W. T. Weeks,
Nov 10th. He has a good price.
who wnn-tnken to St. Luke's hospital .. I ''I.j i i't "

Jacksonville, Friday, for treat- 'r. I 'An' exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced ':'shopper

ment.L.. .A., Brown has rrriMved I his ap- t. AUBREY MOORE. :,',.' Let her 'hop for you..-Jutt. write ,, i

pointmenr' as moil: carrier on route., tag crAlUtE.: ; < ,. FLORIDAiBSHHwsiRMiasBBffl II II4 I ) .". I :
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-- ercd Sunday mornings.; I i Ii Shoes thatfit are not always worn I'OMMISSIONHtRllcnl.j ! IIAI E II
I". E. JOHNS: i -by women. I tmtlov i. Klvfn th.ttunih>r lull I>r I :,t
c I of that ciTlaln ili-cro of raclitu.u nii.ui
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GAIETY in lh. Circuit Court In end (or II J
I TELEC.RAPIJ'SIlONOli' ROLL j The person who talks without llnilfnrd "'U"I)'. I lurHla. In rhnncrrji on (hoI .
Bits of Local I J'lh! dny cif OriuInT, A. I). llllil. In favor i.f ,
l' thinking is not always to be. cen Mary Knulcraon'; ; eomiiliilniiiit., and nioln.l .\ '
II Names of Those Who Paid Subscription sured. There ii a height to which' II NIIH!, thv lluulrnwn ulld..lrh.d mod Juk.rommiMioticini Uiiiilrnnn., will ilvfrndMIIU nffprnnd 't

During October some brains cannot ascend. ...11 m Ine front dour of the cuurthts. '
Information JL THEATRE In Stark,'. llradfiird. county Florida. during
lhi. .linn I 10...... oT Mlion Monday, th, 1th .J
J. N. Norman, Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez STAKKEThursday\ I Pity the poor fellow who jingles the dny lit IVromlifr A. 1>. 1KZI. to the 101,1( ,..,
11t i11It tfiaMa jraf Owr ?..,3.. ..4 I Mrs. LaMira Graham, S. R. JohnsD. I coins in his pocket. They are probably I "inn mil tI..II..d I..t! l liiddi-r....1 for rotate c*.h In ilunlnl( bund. the and follow"',.In* ". .:
; I pJ ,I. 1 C. .. 7s. I C. Jones, A. M. Darby, L. A. Brown & Friday nil\ that he hats I m llmdrord. t'muttx. Mnrlda, to-wltl I ,

-: r T. D. Dyal Chas R. Ensey. S..T. Du- NOVEMBER 10th & 11th ;, Thi((h.. Koulh Nuitliwt'Ht Half QtiMrtrr of the Houlhriu.1 of the Nurlhwmt Quart. j
... a- bose, A. J. Thomas, Dr. W. H. de tl.......... of SiTllcm Thlrty.oni>, Towntln .'
-_ r A memorial tablet hall been erected -
- -a I I l iHiiuth.. of 1
> HnnKe
Twi-nty-lwo l .
mons. E. J. Cunningham Odis Gor- (Artni lireWILLIAM Ua,') for the mules thnt perished In the H\r "......, moro or 1 Inn. :ut cuntnlnliiu .,. '
J. S. Grincr of Brooklyn, was in ;years. No other medicine has ever I don, R. Burrows, Earl Edwards G. W. war. Tis will bo appreciated by the A. 8. ('KKVv$. )
town Monday. approached it us a seller. Turner's FOX. I tK.: rmilYMAN.: '
Hacen. !Mrs. R. R. Collins 13. V. Sax- overseas vets who are without the I N. F. IIKOW N. 1
Drug Store. I lon, J. M. Conner, Roger Wells, A. F.Philii's (presentvmmmmm* price of a meal. i I A 7 ADKINS." r.mimln.loi.rn.. 4i.! .
t''I.I.'I'| Solicitor
Kulghrum need outs at Bryan's.Col. Mrs. Edna E. Watson, W. IL. | II-4-M-I21 .

I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman have Andrews, Jr., Miss Dora Clark, E. C. \ 1'nlIV

!. D. E. Knight Is in Jacksonville gone to Seminole, Pinellas) county, Warren, A. Swanbom, W. M. Parker, KKNOMB -- - - - - ,. ..
today on professional business. and expect to be away for some time. T. Murrhee! G. W. Sapp David I - - - - -- -- - -

_____ _- __ || Mr. Hoffman owns valuable grove Luke, E. Thorn<)uest, State Board of

L. J. Wynn returned Monday from | Property there, which suffered damage Health !Mrs. B. H. Damon, R. D. :

a motor trip to Tampa. i during the storm and he goes Strickland. Mrs. J. O. Luke It. S. Start
,!r there to straighten out things again. I'owellfrs.! Win. Johnson, J. M. c: i

Marcus f'. Brown made a business I I I rI Groover S. L. Crews, J. II. Cason
trip to Tampa last Wednesday. L. A. Davis railway postal clerk Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. W. L. Bugg, !Miss

I|I of Cuthhcrt, Ga., has been hero this Kate Livingston, J. Vernon Jones, C. i

I pay 40 cents cash for eggs. J. F'I I IKicklitf : week, looking after property Inter I. L. Gilliard, !Mrs. T. F. Mansell, K. L. A

r. It. I|I ests. Mr. Davis, who was formerly Griffin, II. F. Redding, J. B. Rowe,
II one of the county's best teachers, !Mrs. Ida Sweat. ..'

Virginia and Murla Weeks of I owns valuable, farm property In the

Hrooker are visiting their aunt, Mm.W I|I Heilbronn Springs section. FISH TAILS ,,i THE FACE Bank Account 't'tt.

L. Wall. j j
,I The Telegraph was In error when Howdy fellers! Here I am again AT YOURWINDOW II I .

Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, is j stating that the state convicts ' back in the papers. It's been kinder II I : .I.
now sold by Turner's Drug Store, tured at Brooker Oct. 23rd had ('scal'-j hard to stay away from these columns I t.. \' ..
Starke. ed from Raiford. They had escapedfro all summer, but you know howit
mCamp No. 7, near White.Springs is: Hot weather, sultry, fish all lazy, I by MAX MARClN authored I .. Start bank account with us and we will help you 4

Hiss Eva Harris, of Interlachen, in where they had been working;' for the sluggish, and you feelin' the same. \ 'EXES GlASS-trlEATIKft OF YOUTH "rHe HOUSE I, make it larger.* We are equipped to care for your de- "

now in charge of the fifth grade of state road department.Jesse Nothing to it. But now, the weath Or AND OTHER BfcO CHfATEIlS'I'I' ponits'with absolute aafety. There is no function of a I
er's cool) the dense disagreeable ,
getting -
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the B. II. S.
successesTHE bank we cannot perform. Every facility afforded to
Odom given hearing humidity I is out of the air; the I L'
was a
and clear and farmer! and "others'for transaction of their banking
atmosphere light
before Green October
Hazen Judge
G. W. candidate for bond County COLOSSAL SPECTACLE (WAN
trustee for district No.5, was in 29th, for assault with intent to mur- with the coming of cool nights comes .!" Account may be opened by mail and monies -
Starke Wednesday.See der, but was discharged. D. E. Knight freshness and brightness over all. ' deposited or withdrawn in this way with equal facility. I.businrll.
Esq., represented the state and Floyd The black bass are active, eager, full TRIAL .-
Bryan about your salt. He Green the defendant.See of life The birds are singing in the There are scores: of young men iit Bradford county -

has a good price on it. trees and the Miller bugs, dancing, Atlanta Georgia who should start a bank account. The dime they
break the mirror-like surface of thewater. Mr. William Fox President ,
about seed throwaway month if brought bank would
Irish our
Bryan every
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and your All's well with the world and fox Film Corporation, ,4.l
daughter; You contract them
Miss Aileen, went to Jacksonville last potatoes. can now fishin' time is here. Geet I'm glad to New York N. Y. make- them independent a* they reach: the noonday of ..I.
at :
Friday to spend the weekend.Col. a low'price. be ulive. My Dear Sir-I have just witnesseda lif. e.< I In jact, every person who ha* a dollar should "' -t,
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run of wonderful picture entitled itand ;
your I start a'bank'account.Try you will always thank "iI
and Mrs. D. E. Knight and son The cows that infest Starke busily If you miss seeing my pigeontoedNo. "The Face at Your Window," -
Paul Ernest, were visitors to Lake pick UP the acorns falling from the 7's flapping down the street for I ind T think the American people who u* for this advice. ,...
Butler Sunday. shade trees along the streets If the the next day or two and Arch Johns love America, owe you a Mit of grntitude ::01''
Darvinian theory holds good; on such isn't reading his paper at the foot of and lily only }hope is that this 0

Miss Flossie Rigdon left last Satur- squirrel diet, the cows will develop the armory stairs, you can tell the picture may have the widest possible :1

day for Jacksonville to be the guestof long hind legs and claws and climb world we are "Way Down UPon the "how throughout/ the Nation. Bank of Starke :
Miss Ruby Crosby. the trees. Our cowboys will then Suwannee River" angling for the In my opinion this Is the psychological -
have to hunt them with aeroplanes.The elusive Black Bass. And. to' those'/ moment for the release of this }
Miss Docia Itigdo'n and Miss Evic of you who haven't been there, I wantto I picture and I feel nxHurcd that the "The Bank of Helpful Service." ;j

Bryan are visiting friends and relatives Woman's Club will meet at the state that the Suwannee Bass have people of our country will profit 'J.
in residence of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Wednesday one pound of fight for of the lesson teaches !
Tampa and Plant City. every once greatly: by it an. - - - - - - - -
afternoon, the Oth inst., at 3 weight, an extra kick in tails, \\-thought it lenves in the minI will - - - - - - - -
Mrs. Carl D. Suddenth and little o'clock. All members Invited to be and each one guaranteed to give three be of great value to America. .

son, Richard Harvey of Jacksonville, present. The chairman of the finance jumps before you put 'em in the flat- Yours very truly,
arc guests at the home of Mr. and committee requests that each guest bottom. You glide along wild the WILLIAM JOSEPH SIMMONS! G/r -z*; g

Mrs. James H. Hitch. bring a silver offering for the new current noiselessly dropping your I TniiariitlViznrd, Knights: of thu Ku
club house fund. lure in the eddy behind a pile of driftwood Klux Klan.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grant, of Jacknonville I -Bingt! SWISH BANG! lookout

are yiHitim. at the .home. of I After this week those who owe us fellows, head the boat towards the 1ht rnlt'ty announced that it would;
fcer parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. O.ITaynes. for subscription will be taken off our gulf. If ;you get n card from us postmarked re-serve eight center IIt'lltH ach/ night .. ,
mailing list. Sent] in $2 for a year I Cedar Keys, you'll know we for the use of Klansmen appearingin /'
I $1 for six months in and hooked onto big 'un and started
-- or time you a full rt' alill. Thursday morning's a
C. R. Snpp and family have moved will not miss any copies. The Telegraph something we couldn't finitih.We nuil "brought the following reply to November Brunswick RecordsON
here from Lawtey, and are occupyingthe is a cheap, safe nnd sure investment - hiii invitation:

residence just north of A. L. Al that you cnnnot afford to I are going;' to miss old Bill Harvard "llrndford! Klan No. 10, Knights of J

varez's home on Sanderson street. mist this season. The bass will too, | ho t Ku Klux Klan, urcepls your initit SALE TODAY-
'cause Bill always brought in a few 1 1l Bquallr divided lutwern, the ctuanlrel the romantic, and th. all popular ,
i We'll lit there."Ily .
lfith d;;;; idf;; I;: from I Mrs. F. E. Bradley, of Detroit, hlgollC'lI.TIIt.rc"s l oil.order of the' Cyclops" dance\ h ol...Id.niiiHto November lovar, llriiiiawlLh. Choik; tissue$ reoofda you attn who' )"a to mirltm, heitr--we. nl,i frail will ilnlluhte he Kind to ellcliiMaea to h

Gainesville, have moved Into their Mich., spent several days recently as I.l..v l them l ir you.

attractive new home on West Call the guest of Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. a secret invention around Abm LARRY SKMON: COMEDY iiis' : { Ava"t d..q..."",ras lI..u.-O.o _..n'. ,t".." H.....' 11.'.,.I Ihom t
street. al.IIO ( I auat) Act II ((,ounoJ) /Janrone (tIn rrenchj. (" "' .nl..
Bradley came to Florida on Recount at the Ford l Garage; A Pfleugc-r, ,
ADMISSION: 25c'and Oc.fEN1.AwnRD. Klllllil' ( Un 1..ld'.d"m.' ia..",. Her He'll Cornel' from MadameHutlxHIr
of the illness of her daughter, Level-winding, anti-buck-luhh reel > < Act II. Scene I (r'uccinl) Savranaln
Syrup labels will soon be needed. !Mrs. T. J. Alderman, who is in Jacksonville was ruffled off Monday and Joe Andrews no I II.IOiK Italian, ) . . I lorence f........ .
: j( f Hear Thrufth f.. I f....."...,} Tenor .1"a.,,. Kerle (
Get them printed In time at this of- under the care of n specialist. was the lucky winner. Yesterday : HI III. j I (.Oiu,. Where My love L,.. Ureemineoarer) /enor ;
fli'C. Monday afternoon Mrs. Bradley I drifted in to the dissecting room %' :r,:Hill ( 1 I..... Kerln end Criterion Male Trio
of 141.11.. I 0 Sole Mio, (M, Sun.hin. Caparro-JI Capua) ,
. returned to -Jacksonville.Miss the garage and found Jot and Goo. .
- .. a.IMI I( lonorll"h.h.n( ) Mario Chamlee ,
Tanlac, that celebrated medicine-! Anderson mysteriously working under r ''I: j f'antaime Impromptu {Chopin) fianafurfa Solo
makes you eat better ,feel better, !May Peek requests the thil- the hood of an Elizabeth. They SI.AO I( 1..01"101 CnIo.a...
sleep better and work better. Sold dren of the town who will take partin had l removed the engine, installed the ] "'''.IN i Sr.n.<.. dil IGviMV ".r.n..",) 'Volol..1 I Ptannfartfbvirmttmrie .
'"),. Turner's Drug Store, Starke.! her patriotic entertainment, to be reel! in its place, and now the latest ':'i-.,::; {( /'.r..un V'.ul... Aofo! . Mm RoHi i

present at a rehearsal this afternoon innovation in motor vehicles is u iniiiMi ( FauBt_Duat from Garden ftrene (Geuno Va....N.'. lullmi fUnd S',
Miss Anna Canova left this week ''at 'o'clock, and also tomorrow afternoon'at "Level-winding Anti-Back-Lash ]Ford' --- .. ri-iii.(i.mi' {( huh..,,. i./.cl.un ll-uccinll . Ve._!!.'. Hind eN.

for Jacksonville, where she will enter 3 o'clock at the Methodist Take a seat in the next aisle, "Iqaae. Hill SAI.K:; -Ford ear-in gocl oimdi-! slice.. Amerlflan Patrnl (Af.acn.m) Wftlt r H. Ration And II.. fiend
tion for ,ollh. in. { <'.".r.1 Mi>up, U. H. A. Menh (AllnW.ll>
of the cheap ( I, >viton &
church. On account protracted <
the school of musical art, and specialize I ., 0. 1(0.,... Hud Ml. hand
nn mUll Ie. Miss Canova already services' at the church, the practiceswere Harold Wall, Joe Truby, Charles Register, Stnrke. 11-4-tf f Tamil Vlolln-'''"'.-''",,, . Candnller Trio
is a very talented musician. discontinued for the past two Beasley and some friends from Jacksonville IIIIn.KA. Serenade (7.11) FrancS 1I0r"-"I",..,,.... ....... InoMe

weeks, but there will now be regular; took a sight-seeing' trip to 1STMy: opal, ; stick pin l. IUK't Tues' 111 Mum In.I I Webeeh HlueeOJt 7re l.hem Jon..'
Katherine McDonald, of Jackson rehearsals as the entertainment will Marion county last week. They drove day. 'J'he' finder will be suitably IMIAIHMI Urche.lreWhy.
' D..,' (> Fo. Tnl kliem Jonee' Orh..t.aJOSn.
ville, has been spending several days be staged in two weeks. All children : over a hundred miles!! took a look at rewarded. David Lanle.r.I"OR Mr Sunny.,,......e with her little cousin, Julia Etta Cnnovt. under the age of sixteen are invitedto : Half Moon lake, and being satisfied f 11X4IDIll.I,lilt, j Mr Tipsy C._ (IFI."..) Coolralta mifj TenorI

:. She returned home Wednes take part in this entertainment.The that it was still there, turned around SALE-One fine Jersey cow. A t Dreem of Your Smile (Conrarf) Baritone nulir Iaii.. end. J.t meCravee...... H.,e> ...
day. nnd came home. It's a crime to subject bargain if taken at once. Mrs. R.n. ; Ain't No""" ,'.DarUm (.HumhilKinm I I'

greatest single; factor in the your tackle to all that rough trip Sanders, Sampson City Fla.iO.144t' IW.500 \ It Muet Be Someone Like You (FreCSiu.Ae.U.pi1.n..r llarmonUera. Mele, Quartet .
R.' A. Koon has bought Die Arthur national battle to stamp out tuberculosis and nut give it a chance to catch just < Riltyjonee, II
the little Christmas few bass. tlllll10ln. ( I'm Looklni For. Blue Bird 'Af.rr ill Hit A) I enor
Chase is
place and has moved there with penny .
1a. Al Bernard and ('aI lent.,'. Orrh..... t'
his family. Mr. Koon is a builder and seal with its enormous educationaland WANTK11-Man with car to ,mil low .. I Okl! Brother, Wfcal a h..lln'l (CanS Uarllon ..,....t Hare &1

will take contracts for any work in financial potentiality. With a total Bill Powell has had his speedometer priced Graham tire*. $130 week NOTABLE INTIRPKETATIONS OF MODFRN DANCF. MUSIC .
bin line, including; painting.; of more than one billion Christmas fixed BO he can now tell Just how much and C'ommitlslon" Graham per Tire Co., 10-ln. ( Come to the Moon-F. Tree Gene Hodemlrh'eOrchntre
-- -- -- seals ordered by the fortyeightstates walking distance it is to home. ssi J 1 Nobodyk.o.-F.a7.t (Se.opIian..n4P.en.i) Kudy 1N..d_'.
I SRI Boulevard Hcnton Harbor
3*. W. Dye has come to Starke from plans for a great campaignfrom Mich. It* lln.IIIU'. ( f1MM .'. _Fe* TratfOUII . . Gene Kodamlck'a Orckeelra ,". ,
Oeala to have charge; of the railway Thanksgiving to Christmas are Let's all be red-blooded sportsmen I .wnee-On.S.... (.en. Modemch'.Onhnta ''fI'''

express office while Agent A. P. Hoffman beginning; to gain momentum throughout this season. I know it's a lot of pleasure CONTRACTOR AND IlUII.DfeK. cost ( n10ln. _One S,... Gene Jlod.mtrh'.Ocheea
is absent. Mr. Dye is fully capable the country. Evidence is comingIn .. to bring;' in a biff string of bass Wood brick concrete end MHO' {I 'mSIIIV So SrmpatheUe_fo* T.., . B....'. Novelty. Orchestra.. j
to fill the position. from all quarters that the outlookfor and show '..m off to your friends, butdon't painting.I'larm ( Juat Snap Your Fin.... et Care-'..I Tret .. I
npecificatiunn made XHIVii
on lo-ln.
funds to continue organized community you think that after you have nhort notice,. Tricon, rea onable. K. ( C.." of D..._f'.. Trat Gene Cane Kodemlck'e Kooamick'e Orrkeatra 0......... 1,
Large numbers of empty barrels effort to control tuberculosisis caught your share, selected a few A. Koon, Starke. 11-4-41 !""ICI i> Trol Gene Rudemirk'e O..h.....
I have been Imported by our merchants getting brighter every clay. Mrs. nice ones to take home to the folks. IUjk; ; ( H""" A"'. Bluea.foa Tralow Cjene Kudemlck'a Orckeatre, .

j to supply the, Pecan growers. H. L. F. A. Scott is chairman of the Christmas and given the balance of them their CABINET WORK I doing tM4. j Juna. .> Trale Gene Modemlrk'a Orrkeatra .
Stevenson already begun to makt'barrel Seal 1 Sale for Bradford county. freedom, you will gd more way-down kind of cabinet-work am. Furniture any IU:: {{ 1....... l.le-i Fan T.., . bane Sedem rh'e OrckeatralOttT

[ shipments daily. deep satisfaction and pride out of made and repaired. I am no longerIn : {{ 9la.. ,,'the IIlu..a-.r... .....1 . Bennle Kruaeer'i. Orrkaatran
l.U'ut. S. R. Ward, whose latest station your catihes ? Why man-alive, after the employ of the Consumers ( KA.MW.I Carl tanlon'l OrckeatraSlss I

Cot and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of Dc- was Camp Jackson, S. C., has you've done a noble act of that Lumber Co. but work for In 1 ... 1.Fo. Tral Bannle Kno....'. OrckMtra
Land reached here Monday night resigned; from the army moved to kind the air you breathe will seem shop in rear, of Hull' Store.myself I am ; Garden Hlu..-Foa T.., Bennle K,........'. 0.........

|they having come to attend the fuleral Atlanta Ga., and gone into business. purer, the blood will run redder thru "tinker but have 'ttm I !!..,.., Vo' S u( _fe.. Tral . Bennle Kme..'. Orckeatra .
l of Mrs. Futch's father, Gen. N. "Sam's" many friends here wish him your veins, and you'll know you're no learning<< my trade. Spent Come Yl'af'ttIn *n4 lO-ln.linn. <( Wan5 Warns BI.._,.. reO . Bennle Krueiier'i O..h.....

Bltch.Tanlac; good luck.A elected to the high order of True Blue nee my work' and be convinced/.. .- 'O-In.I'105 ( I Wonder Where Mr Sweet, Sweet Daddr'a Coaa-Fo Trol

Sportsmanship. Let's throw back tho fief Mureih'an SUrkc.nteamlioat ...iit"a .:,Z: I *"."'. 810-. **.' "Bennia aanietrie't.,'. has the largest sale of any large number of car owners of bass we don't need that they may live 10-ln. J AI..'. w. Got Fun-rvoJr T.., . ".nnl. Krueeer: '.
and vicinity were at the state to grow larger and better HIM benaeroua Blaea. f. Trot .,'.
nwiicine in the world. Over Twenty Starke put up a behind him. Out into theopen Bennie knie. O.h.....
111 lion bottles have been sold in six farm' \Vpdn.ldav' to take the membersof fight another day.! water back the t oat ( J8-ln''Ita., I AH Br Mreeir-Fe T.., . " 1<.......'. O.he.uaso.
the prison;; ; congress around the slowly to > .. "....- -.. Tr., . Bennle Sm....,'.(hhe.c,.
a leap in the air-goodbye. MeM ofweighed Deaim-ss oa.iuot LIe Cuiw; place. Their services were much appreciated. The annual contest for the largest at leant fifteen pound .If an

-al or.. . i as tl.f)' cannot "bass caught is now open and the rods ounce. Ah! dear| me, you ran sit there Consumers Lumber
r"I 'i the"( .. ,"i t, r thr Mir that are dusty and the reels that have before the fire any night, cleaning up Company .

:,I: rrl.-..I. ..l.::afi.. HAUl.'S. ".CATAIiull, ::nMliu i iI. TO TilE PUBLIC grown rusty will soon be getting;' a your tackle and catch 'em weighing( STARKE. FLORIDA
>I.. ICINR in K cuiiiiltullonul ri'THeLUt4fl.hUI general overhauling. And while we'l'l'lIittln from ten to fifteen poundn.
fleafrn.s In < ..u". d by an InI'm Hereafter my meat market near before the lId lightwood fire Lurelngly
Kimtachlan it rendition Tube.of the Wi".II en<'''U&thiS lining tube off Is'lnmM the depot will not be kept open Sunday going over( << our lures we'll fight over yours.No ".!.\Iac."

you hove a run blliflr nound or mornings as heretofore, so again and airain: the old battles. for ,
I 't'Tffct he ,i' '." v..en I I. fntlrrt. .-. ,
: ic > It of H
Df.i ,K .' 's Innumnvitl'. cnn) i." r* : rIng' mas >*> AltjnVovrrtforever.. the'timi the old healthy color.whlrh InciiiMtee
, IM.l.'S may, whrni so desired, lx d t'livCcMs Warhorse Jumped at poor blond and a.a
CATARRH MTTDIOINE ncleI" ] rule. tbi-ra. I* more f'1... atninarb dinlurbancrOKOVC .
dust j
'*n the blond on thA mucous .nrof 'is vou were dropping off a
Slyer rv uIlirly '
the thus r""n..lnJr r the In. Cause unpan Intlucnza bonnet? And how ho missed you and for twos thrill _h wl' enrich I'm! b.UK.
::::,matlon and r .torltir( normal coadlj struck .. , .
.A XATIVE BROMO QWMNETibtooeroove!: tb again. ihJ8 time to be latched .mprch.dI .tifJ""dwtn'.u"aS'r: n "
. j irculnr, frce. All "...-"rI.t.. ', : n. r '...IIIlrr good and proper; and how he ran TIItt5Tmui't5flthWtQIIp5pdfli.. I. .. ,Nst". .. ..1 i ." '
' pJ.. Cheney A Co T le.lo Ohio. .:.' .. . 'H4_ thru the bonnets leaving the wake of !\if':'w,'.,ro.Tor.,.'i.1i'u.,)' \...,ffuft -" ". I ... j.-


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I IMG HAII.UOAI KTICIKK CAM.KIJ: aid. POPULATION OF FLORIDA ; the market. And yet but few Americans f-y a dull nugget of jrold; iii ?

, OFF LAST SAIL'KIIAV I "They have taken a step which TOWNS IDLE 12 MONTHSIS ever think of visiting this mar pick up a scintillating piece
they will never regret and which will vel of the aire. We have many of them .a.1.

' Ix-ndiTH of different Organizations bring them approval from everyone (Ity Mottrs FolMont) The stock yards are only one of the

,. at a Joint 11'ttinltdopt Keoolu- in t his country i -- NOW\ BACK many sights to be seen in this country Truth is mighty, but it icumvtnted -
"A railroad it this time r"
1),1 tionilhdrawinir Authorira- would have been more clisastrious The population of Florida in 1920 :, It would require yearn of travel by a sneaky lr
Ion of
k to and comprehend them all.
than the Civil war. It would have was 908,470. WhMfc Florida came into see To ---
brought on almost inconceivable the Union as a territory in 1822 there !I ON THE JOB"Only It spins to be the custom for many Stop a Cough Qul k

, Chieajro Oct. 28./! -The rail strike hardships for everyone. were two counties St. Johns and Es- people who amass a competence to take HAYES' HEALING H" i vcou
f tuhcduled ofr October) 30 was a\erted "I am particularly dad that the cambia. When the census of '830 rush right over to some foreign country (h medicine which stops ihf 'V br
il tonijrht when I leaders of the switchmen world armament .conference now can was taken the population was. 31,7frO to "see the sights," all of which healing the inflamed and imtat. : \,...
tmirrmen, (conductors engineers no about its work in the capital of a The primary division of Slorida counties a man who has to work fora could be seen at home on the screen SALVE A box for of Chest GROVES o.l'EATE:
: and firemen nt H joint mfptlnif adopted ration which is not torn by an Inter- are the leection of precincts of living! knows what it means to get for a few cents. They nee a few Croup Is enclosed with Head C. &II/!
I a resolution withdrawinr authorization mi'i',ni.l industrial dispute." which there are 967. Tho township back on the job after not hitting a things over there and miss! a lot of HA YES' HEAUNG HONEY.every Tl h .V'
of a walkout and official* of I In dicussing the resolution annulling syftem for governmental purposes lick of work for a whole year. I lost things over here. Often they are should be rubbed on the cbest ar '

I. the railroad telegrapher'' organization the strike orders the union presl- common in the land grant states, is twelve months straight time on account embarrassed to find that nomc for of children suffering from a Cold; ) or , announced they would take Rimi- dents declared that its outstanding not recognized. Florida has more of stomach trouble. One of eigner who has never been here hai- Thol>hffttllnd effmt nf lIa Hr.llnl .. "
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t lar action These were the only union ..feature was that it "was based on the seaports than any other state The the worst cases I guess any man ever a better knowledge of this country Iho. 0P.oTr.Mklii.h..1 mblDotd wllh tbrouab tho heall. 'H,\a-111
whith had authorized a strike. i statements made to the unions by Ben oldest city of the flute and (>f the had. Tanlac not only made me a well than they have themselves. hr:: noon, Mop. cough. tbo \I III

't I The vote callimr off the strike wan Hooper, of the board that wage reductions : United States is Augustine.. The man again but built me up 19 pounds The fellow who rushes abroad with coot
unanimous by organizations. G. would not be considered by I largest city is Jacklonvl :!,>. Une second in weight. I am writing all my out first knowing his own country reminds .Just ask your druggist for II
president of the Brotherhood of the board for any employes until the. city in size is Tampa. The ]largest friends in other cities to tell them ofI us of the poor fool who passed HKAUNG HONEY. HAYES'
Railroad Trainmen announced. The rules! and working conditions. by the inland city, not on navigable I the wonderful news." i iI
official] wording of the resolution] employes had been Bet tied." water is Orlando. The city making I The above statement was made by 1 -
adopted was that "the strike be declared Mr. the largest growth was Miami 410 George B. Lowe well known employe]
not effective." by Hooper's the argument work made possible per cent, the numerical increase being | of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., !Ii

The vote In the Individual unions McMenimen: labor missionary member of the of Mr.labor from 6,471 in 1910 to 23,571 in 11120< | liging at 451 McGowan St., Akron I II
was unusually clone, however the board the Tallahassee l III the capital] of the state. !I Ohio. !
firemen particularly holding lengthy the dicussions were turning point in There are 77 cities and towns. with Tanlac is sold] in Starke by Turner's |
arguments )before agreeing to cancellation over calling off the Drug Store, and by leading druggists >
walk-out, the union ]leaders said. l.OOO or more population in 1920 as .
of the strike order the labor follows: cvt'rywhere.-Adv.
The chieftains
pointed out that the
chieftains said. In of the
some group strike is "absolutely off" and Apaluthicola Franklin] : <
that a county J.Or.O
the ballot HOME
was described as "the closest AT. AND ABROADLord
in walkout could not now be called until Arcadia DeSoto county. 3,479
history on a similar question.
a new vote hud been taken. 1 Jar tow, Polk county 4,203 !
All of the Northcliffe
differences London
were ironed out newspaper
"We are not making any plans for Bonifay, Holmes] county 1,230Bradentown
by the different unions however, and publisher who is "seeing America
a new vote Mr. Lee said. Manatee /!
county 3,868Brooksvillc
the final] showdown found all of them advises Americans to travel
canting their ballots for "no strike." Hernundo county 1,011Carrabelle abroad. ,
L. f:. .Sheppard president of the WHY GO 10 CHURCH SUNDAY? Franklin county 1,053Chipley :;:; Good advice provided a person has
Order of Railway Conductors said Washington county 1,800 the financial means and has seen the
Clearwater Pinella
that the unions had decided to call off If you were suddenly called upon Cocoa Browurd county 2,427 interesting and instructive points of
the strike because of the growing to answer that question what would county 1,445 his own country first. ,
public opinion that the strike would be I be your answer ? Dade Grove Dude county 1,390/ Ex-service men who have been in

against the labor board and consequently "Because it is the proper thing to I City,Volusia Pasco county 1,290Daytonu France England] Italy Belgium Columbia Dry Batteries
the government, and not oeainat do," some might say. county 5,445DeFuniuk Germany and other countries will tell work better and lut When
the railroads. But why is it the proper thing to DeLund Volusia Springs, Walton co 2,097! you that foreign lands offer nothingbetter longer '

"It was evident also] that the entire do? Del Palm Beach county 3,224 to see than what 'can be found! -for bell. aod bunen C omp ny Comes
Washington administration was opposed The widom of all of the ages combined ray. county 1,051Dunnellon right here in the United States. "-for thermostat*
to us and that we would have could not give an answer that Marion county 1,185: Nature was at her best when she -for a.. engines -what new airs of busy importance
had little chance gaining!' our objectives would do justice to the subject. The Kustis, Lake county 1,193: created this country and endowed it -for dry battenr lighting the old doorbell puts on!

," said Mr. Sheppard."We wisdom of all of the agc-a to come will Fort Fernandma Luudvrtlale Nassau county 5,4r)7' with its richness and from the day In barn clo,, cellar, garret, Take home Columbia "DellRinger"
Browurd a
called this strike to not answer the co 2,005 of its creation it has been blossoming]
gain certain question as it should] Ignition on the Ford
rights to whkh our men were be answered. Fort Meude, Polk county 2,029! under the hand of God and man. -M: : narting.Putanendto Dry Battery and give jour
entitled" Mr. Sheppard told the Associated The life we enjoy, the Intelligence Fort Myers Lee county 3,078 There are millions of Americans cold weather baliu" doorbell a chance. A single packageof

I'ress. we possess the food we eut, the clothing Fort Pierce St. Lucie county 2,115 who apparently do not realize that "" _14'f molt fmmcta drytfttrry. double power-solid as a brick-
"There was nothing to do but annul we wt'ar. all that we have on this Gainesville Alauchua county CHOO many of the marvels of the earth are .aura* .Aer group of no connectors to fuss with. For all/
orders for the October 30 walk earth and all that we ever hope to Green Cove Springs Clay 2,093! within a day or two's ride of their MiridWf alti it arroW.Fmk bells, buzzers alarms heat regulators! ,

out.." have is. dependent upon the will of Homestead!High! Springs, Alachua county 1,719 homes harvels that they have never tog Foftt*ttoct ft Sprint no e* The first announcement of the executives the Creator. Dade county 1,307 seen. works better and lasts longer!: than
action was made by Mr. Ix>... Every step we take every word we Inverness Citrus county 1,132' As example] of the two and a quarter the wired-up group of ordinary cells

Rushing to the floor below the hotel uttt'r..ry'thought that finds ]lodgment Jacksonville Hamilton Duval county 9.55RJaSJlI'r million people in Chicago there Sold by electricians, auto accessory khop

meeting room, where dozens of newspaper in our !brain-these and all other Key: West, Monroe county_.. . 1,200 are probably not over twenty percent and garages, hardware and general stotci
reporters were congregated things are known. to Him who made Kiscimmeo: ; 18,749 who have never seen the stockyards You cannot mistake the package.
he smilingly shouted: us and who will judge us. when the Oaccola county 2,722 and yet they are the greatest
"The strike is off boys but I've breath of life leaves our earthly] clay. Lake City Columbia county 3,341 in the world. You can watch a steer
only trot one copy of the resolution God endowed us with intelligence Luke Worth, Palm Beach Co. 1,106 unloaded from a stock car and watch ColumkiDry

and I'll hhow that to you tomorrow." that we might work out our own de Lakeland] Polk county 7.062 it step by step until its meat is. in a
AH of the union men were umilinprus lit !nit-II. Leesburg, Lake county 1,855; can trace the path of the hide, and
they dime out and many of thorn He culls His servants to the ministry Live Oak Suwannce county 3,103 tallow the horns and the hoofs and Batteries
jocularly punned and 1 shoved each thut they may point out to. us Madison Madison county 1,912Manatee even down to the blood and the hni*
other down the Blairs. To all queries, the ulories of paradise and the agony Manatee county 1,070Mariunno 'I step by step until they nre all turned longer
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mont of thorn merely replied l : of eternal [perdition. Jackson county 2,40!) out a finished by-product ready for -..:.....
"It's all nettled. See you tomorrow The voice of God pleads with us Miami, Dude county 29,571Millville. '
." through them that life Buy county 1.887 ,

Tho code mciiiat'oB calling off the mny be ours, but the divine hand will Monticello Mulberry Polk Jefferson county 1 :7011 i I \ :.. : ..::.:: .: oW-: .:;- . .,.. '; .w:: ." "" ,' ".:" ...J" .:' .._'_' _'::":__:;: :;. : .._":.::;''': ;.;;' : __. :.
strike, arranged in ndvanco, will IIP not stny our steps if we. choose. torl'pu.liate county 1,499
Rent out tomorrow morning, th> union the debt that we owe to our / New Smyrna Volusia county 2,007
heads said. A code word will he pont Maker. Oonlu Marlon county 4,914

to ou<'h general] chairman of lhi. unions The (hurcb is not esseiitlul] to the I Orlando Orunge county 1>,282Ormond
nnd he will in turn forward the worship of fod.! The trtie Christian Volusia county 1.292!
orders to oiuh under him. with divinity. God follows 'us on our Palm] Beach Palm] Beach ro 1,135

rninll I.'adl'r'IIIlft'mt'nt! Journeys, he is with us in our homes 'ulmetto. Manatee. county 2,0-101
Union lenders Raid t hut the resolution 1n our office's in the factory, and th. 'ununiu Cit Buy county 1 7" !
adopter! liy the labor board announcing field .wherever we are, lie also] is 'ensacolu, Kscnmhiu count-. '" 0'1""

that no further wniro! reduction there, silently reaching out Ills arms 'erry, Taylor county .1,0'C'lunt I IUVE STOCK
petitions for unv om irroup ,[ and pleading with us to embrace the City HilNboroti-'h <''''I"t. -"

of employes would 1 I"> considered, until holy cause that reinovt-H all of the') Port Tampa Ilillsborough co 1,030
rules and working conditions for that, fear and sting of death. Punta Gordn, Charlotte county l,29.r.:! !: SEVEN RED-LETTER DAYS

jrroup had lioi-n m-ttlod was "docldo- The church is His school] house and Quincy Gadsclen. county 3,110St
ell)' inHtrunicntal" in hrinifinir about I the Itible in His textbook. The minisutor Andrews Bay County 1,310: OF PLEASURE AND PROFIT

the action cullinj off the walkout. Is His teacher and wo ere His St. Augustine St. Johns county 0,1)2! '
I St. Cloud, Osceola county 2,011St. SATl'liniY.. 12th--Opening Day wmvn ]) \\ Nor. I Governor's nnd'MOXOtY .
They declared that they )1..1i1'\I.d l un- pupils. ..
lor this rc-Hfilutlon it would; be months The public school] buildings are used Petersburg, Pinellus county 14,237 .'o\. nth Children''D It). Tm'SSiftv. ."'Nov. ITIh-All florid. IMj.TUrSDVY I

lu-foro their pay uiruin could be re- for the secular education of our Sanford Seminole county J>,!W8Surusotaf !' Nov. 13th Shrine ])IIY. .-nln.\" Not. IHtli-Kiuanls UIt)'.
ducod..The' children, that they may have success, Snlsnta( county 2,149So. S.'Il'II"Nov., UMli-.\ulo ItaccM. 4'
union resolution. Immi'dintely, happiness und contentment in this Jacksonville, Duval county 2,775Starke :
was coiMinunicutod to the labor board lif... Bradford county 1,021 The fifth Florida State Fair and Exposition at Jacksonville much enlarped
and improved ranks wltb tbe greatest! falls in tbe South. The state and fed
Tallahassc Leon
and proved particularly irrntifjinR to The church Is for the spiritual education county 5,017
eral poveinments are participating extensively and many fair attractions of
Wallor McMonimen" monibor of th> of our children and of ourII.h..II. Tampa Ilillsborough county 51 ,GO!'! more than usual meiit hate been provided' for your interest and entertainment.
labor jrroup, who was Instrumental in that we may enjoy the tran- Turpon Springs, Pin Has co 2,101Titusville
bringing about the net dement of thocrixfft. ccmlcnt blessings. of that higher life Itrevurd county l,3rtl
I yet to ('01111'. Wuuchula] Hurclee county 2,081
1 Mr. McMcnimon, a pernonal friend I In the theatre or upon the athletic West Palm Bench Palm Bunch

of Mr. ],"'1"11' nnd former trainman, field] we find relaxation from our county 8.6VJ FLORIDA STATE FAIR
jmvi'd thc> wav for conforonro l et\vpon daily toil West Tampa, Ilillsborough co 8,103:
the board and union nton, particularly I| In the church we acquire the sublime Winter Garden Orange;: county 1,021

... thoKo today whlih were mldresHed. byIlcn knowledge! and faith thut enables Winter Park, Orange county 1,078Winter
Hooper, ; member of the public us to l properly enjoy the relaxations Haven, Polk County 1,5117\
Kroup. our earthly bodies crave The gain in population of Florida
"I nm inimeiiHelv KTatifit'd" mild TOvery: normal] mind necks wordly In ten years was 28.7 per cent compared
Mr. McMenimen when informed of knowledge. Thut is not difficult toacquire" with 14.9 per cent for the United
the ('mployes1 docitiion. I States as a whole. The average
"It takes. a jrrent worry off my ]Kvery normal mind should also im number of persons to the square Auto Races AUTO POLO Horse Races
mind and I an "',rl' it will to. best fur bibe spiritual knowledgeThat is mile in 1920\ was 17.7 ns ntruinst. 13.7
The world's sensation. Auto Polo has been the amusement
secured premier
greatest as
In. 1910. The county with
less the
all. difficult to largest
acquire. It is
evenfree attraction every afternoon and nlftht exclt ing!: horse and automobile races thrilling!: i
Mr. Hooper pvpreHnod' himself as"tickled --is urged upon us without price population in Duval; with the free acts athletic contests and many other forms of amusement and entertainment will '.
to d..nth" ovwr the cancillotion or condition of acceptance. ,I smallest Okeechobee. The urban or be of absorbing Interest "
of the wnl'tont!: ord r.j Worldly knowledge aids in removing city and town population is 355,825: ;
j "] am Kind t'v railro-H employeshuvt1 ! the ostaclen which beset our pathway rural] or farm population, C 12,61). VARIED Enlarged exhibits of all the ac The truck and tractor display TRUCKS I. .
tukon su"h \\' so action," he in this life--which Is thort. The town of Melrose] with 249 populn INDUSlivities summed up under this is representative of the best TRACTORS ..:;
; Spiritual knowledge prepares our tlon is ]located in four counties. TRIES classification. types of these machines. Ma- FARM

hearts for that greater life _which Alachua Bradford Clay and Put Florida's rapid development in chinery displays? cover practically MACHIN. "
i ASPIRINName never ends.. LIVE all agricultural equipment. ERYFlorida's
the 'live stock industry is
All of these things we learn in thechurch white population is 638,153 STOCK
the whoolhouse of God thru negro 329,488; Indian 518; Chinese INDUSTRY graphically shown in the pens
the minister 181 Japanese tOO Hindus of fine stock. State University in a ;
and his aids who are but ; ; 13; Fihppinos
"Bayer" on Genuine the humble 11 and Korean 1. special building displays its remarkable
servants and mouthpieces ; Of males POETRY Fanciers of Florida and other
of God-that God withovt whos I there are 495,320\ ; ; females] 473,150 development and
sanction we would not live another or 12,170 moro males than fenml. .. tales feature extensive exhib- represents the advantages 01>- UNIVER-
dnv, or hour or minute. The foreign born white number STOCK ;III o.r( flne poultry pet stock lamed from its courses in enSITY OF

Inadequate as our answer may be 43,008 the per cent being 4.4. The BOYS AND fabbit etc,. iGIRLS' gineering. etc., and its value to FLORIDA
it I Is not sufficient! for you? countries represented among the foreign Florida Boys'and Girls' Clubs the state in its research* and ex- EXHIBIT

Go to church Sunday) born are as follows: Ai'stria CLUB of all kinds have exhibits of perimental work and other departments.
;S3! Canada
; 4.121 ; Cuba 0,613; other
And still we are not entirely with- West Indies 2,087; Denmark 575; WORK great educational value. .

I out hO'1(". Some day it is sure to rai n. England 4,451 ; France 731 ; Her I I For further Information. addre-a*
II. K. II "A:AI'OI Hidcor -(.rr mmd < rnrnl "
I many 3,534: Greece 1,408!'!; Hungary I I 211 1I.I-II..u.. ..... II Id.. JacknuBi III,, |.-|a.t .
Cold weather is coming H shortage :383; Ireland 1.304; Italy 4.745; >]wclal low Fawn and IJtM-rul Stop-Over I'liilU-Kcs .\Allowml on 411 Mnea.
of coal is said to exist" and in Holland 357; Norway, 010; Poland,11JS I
some of the mines the men are re- ; Rumania 472; Russia 1.24.1: ; *3
the _
I Unlrac
Warning sea e
you nnrted to he 'workl,, Scotland *
"Bayer" on package or on tabh-to you only about half 1.008; Spain 4P1\ ; Sweden
time. What's the graft ? 1199! ; Switzerland l 357 I i -fr =:
are not petting! gunuinn Annirin Ire- ; S'ria,3:1: ; | "
cribml by physicians for twentyonej all other countries 1,973. The per'' ajs ..
and wife million Take Dr.n't be telling the cent of
ears proved by Washingtonclinnrmamcnt natives whites is! C1.5; 'pel ,
Aspirin ago: fur OJ JJu'immtisTn, Karaobn, Toothache, Lumbago opinions fired' at delegates 871 the number. .
and for Plain. Handy tin boxo* oftwelve our ; familii'x is J :11 I,
will only] convince 133.
llayor Ta.bltlta f Aspirii 'ant; few
cent*.' IVuf riut* alia (ell larger pock- from abroad that we are II people
ft1Adpirin it the traxlo mark.f of who do not know our own minds Fame and fortune beckon to ('V'r\'
Ilayer. Manufacture of MOOO&oo&i..wcltt. an dare therefore not to be taken man, and keep Just out of the reach
el BalIC)'Uoacid. seriously. of most of them .
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N0 'EMIiFIt #. 1921. TIIIF.E I
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(. jfflowsiS33ffl nut ': half h"llowt'd out large enough to re-1 I i li I il
I calve a fi\e, gallon dtmijulin of J I. -- --
IA ,
_J 'swt Florida in Short Pa ragraphsLive :: mon rum were found wheie the wa\.1'
had tossed them inl > th, IOlr's I I )
.w .... ,n, ,.. ,ae wer t up ''
of 1'auue. Heath s:tuein urn

many other perfectly: lI'ood unsaved I l M ,)
i State News J logs; which had been torn loose front ',
rafts at local cigar box factories. Of one
were The
ourse the demijohns gone

Told by Our Exchange. I hahc'g of the Toga had ben brought
neatly together by bolt, theheads
t I cigarettes
..........,.,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnllll IfII/JICIlijJ'>!'. .SiDIJtlJCID: ()()qNtt IS, of which were counter sunk with
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"" wooden plugs fited cloudy into the
'lA syrup mill is being ereectcd at et rom of the day coach, in which his holes, a neat job that 'would cHcapeall o "4F

Jlolt, Florida, whith will have a capacity body was found, against the door, on but the prying eye !'

of 150,000 gallons! annually blood bespattered floor, with his . a-,
shirt front cohered with his life blood. \ .r1
To illustrate how deceiving ar <:
A deed has recently been filed In app ,1. -t/o.. .., .
ames may be, last week there wan an ,
Tampa transferring the ownership of The Lake Worth lleiald says that alarm of fire turned in to Walter C, "' '''et' 'fx. '
months old baby :from one t ..1>>
a three dasheen planting is now under way, .c: 1
Zachary, the fire chief of Sebring, : '
't .
w;man to another. and that at least two hundred acres "d' 5J.. r' .
who immediately stepped to the door j. "' -.
Advertise I will be planted to this valuable food and fired his pistol in the air several ., -: .. ... k.. ,_":. ,
to the Bonifuy m
According .
product Great activity is reportedin times, winch is the usual way of notifying d Di. '.. .. I I'L
in that I 1\\
the building operation -
this matter lit Geerworth, a town- ,: the fire company that its ser- 7"r. ri'// ,
will reach close to the $100,000
town site, the Herald stating that Mr. Goer vices are required. Thomas Whitehouse *-
mark for this >ear. was telling, that two hundred acne
I a member of the company', who
of muck land would be devoted to down suits became
was just coming
A lot of people with more money da ht'cna. 1'
somewhat excited missed his
than they know what to do with are ,
oil wells In Florida. footing, fell down the whole flight/ of \
oiless I' .
sinking \ I'M 1
Another one has been started at The Southern railway has a large stairs and rolled out into the si root. 1 I 'A / .

force of men at Hampton under the A /gentleman who had stepped out of 1 t I/ 1
Oiclsmar. supervision of Construction Foreman his place of business to ascertain the '.i+ ",''4 I tr

Ct'ow nover, who is pushing: the building cause of the noise, 'eaw Mr.Vhitc- ' { i 't'r \ '\

According to the Citrus Growers : of the "V" and increased business house roll into the street: lie immediately 1 1 I\ '

Exchange, damage to the citrus fruit and additional trains are being operated set up the shout; "lIe shot l " T

crop in the State, as a result of TuesdU1I into the yards at Hampton. Additional him. lie shot him! I saw him fall !" : , -0. l 1 I r

hurricane, amounts to five mil I improvements are planned to This should teach us not to be too I'\\t ',,, I ''Ii.
lion dollars, while the damage to theoitv ) II I, \ I ,
million I facilitate business at that place. Th hasty in our judlt'lI1l.'nt-that we maybe d I :
of Tampa exceeds
I union station there has just been overhauled deceived by our eyes almost as \\S '
dollars. and which adds
repainted, easily as by our nhrdlushrdluhidlud

to the appearance of the place easily as by false report of others.Amhnrs \ N ) !
The body of a wlnte man, apparently p&4W

60 years old, and ttuppoued to be t lIe
In the suit against/ the Jacksonville are extremely useful aboard -
that of G. W. Hamilton, was found s
r *
Forwarding Company, by the countyof ship even though: they are often
in the St. Johns at Fulton
floating river,
Nassau for damages, to Anll'lisrivl.r cast overboard. Uses have been Three Inseparables Ci
The body was discoveied by
fisherman, who carried it ashore andnotifit.d drawbridge some two years ago, found for these weighty items of ship ,
when a towboat operated by the above /gear ashore as well Deponent ixCaterer
the sheriff's office.
company virtually knocked the Hough's bungalow at Atlantic One for mildness.VIRGINIA; 1;'

bridge down, damaging; it MO that it Tleiuh which silently tells. a storv
Most of the vegetables: around fell in the river sometime after the when it is seen secure nmid scene of '

Plant City suffered greatly; The county was awarded verdict of $7- wteckiige caused by the storm that One formellownessBURLEY

strawberry plants were not materiallyhurt 500 damages visited the beaches In full force Wednesday 1'I ,

except in scattered cases. Such night For Carter Hough Jr., '

plants as pepper damaged slightly; Nine of the laige barns and 110nel'l'R manager of the Jacksonville Ship One for aroma TfJRKISH
cucumber and plant ,
while squanh, egg; ,
Chandlery, took from stock witha
of half shade of the Sunny ,
will undergo jrieat losses, it is
crops Rrook Tobacco Company were destrojed weather eye out for the coming {

said. at n loss estimated at $IOn- storm, two anchors of the two ton The finest tobaccos perfectlyaged I I

000 The south end of the packinghouse variety, warianted to hold! on any
A large thtce-pronged!: 1 auk in the
of the Dade City Packing bottom no matter how strong the tide-
front yard at the! home of IVofessor and blended b
Company was crushed in at a possible These he plated in /good locations,
J. E. Knight, on west Reynolds st.,
loan. of 1000. The damage to racki and waited for the worst. Wednesday ' ,
Plant City, was Alit in three pieces by I Io
arid loss of veneer blown away at the! he visited the scene and found the ti
the high wind, one prong falling in
shnck t
Veneer mill may amount to another standing while other houxes
each of three diiectiems and tearing thousand. The smoke stacks of the "built upon the sand" were swept .,;
down practically all shrubbery! and i
Pnde City Ice, Light: and Power Cam away, while a heavy refrigerator that

flowers on the lawn.The"man puny went over during; the storm last formerly stood on the porch wag discovered ,- .15

week. somewhere In the hinterland l
of mystery, who committed full of sand. II
suicide lust Thursday\ night/ in
J R Sancllin prominent citizen and!
a Miami hotel, was identified tonight e.p .
as Warren C. Spurgin, missing president bunk president of Jasper Fla., WAN LAW'inLnwtev
of the Michigan Avenue Trust burned to death" when his residence Ou m xsd ly

Company of Chll'aj1o.; by W F. Hennott there was destroyed between midnight Jj 7k.VH"<<-" !(f.
Nov. 4.-n..v. and _
Mrs. G.
of Miami, former Chicago broker early Friday morning./ It is not 11

and intimate friend of !Spurgin.' / known how the fire originate-d.\ MrSandlm II. Northrop of Tntpon" Springs/ are 1 '* 1"1 FIFTH AVE.
resicle in the house alone spending a few days in I.nwtev as NEW YORK CITV I'

and in the midnight hours neighbors the /guests of friends. Kev. Northrop
in five fathoms of, water
Sinking; was pastor of Grace j.
were awakened by roaring flames and Methodist church
about two miles from shore after a
saw Mr. Sandlin trying/ to make bis here several I years ngo, and 1 I their
futile effort to make port, the Bteamfchip -
H. escape through n window About thi !many friends! here gladly; welcome! .
Thames commanded by Capt.
time the flames him anil them. lie preached at Grace church
caught he ... .
J. Want foundered\ Wednesday morning -
Sunday .
was seen no more. Deceased was
/ off the Florida const near the Goodfcllow Mrs. James Hannan, of Jacksonville ,
about 45 years of age and at one time returned to his
town of Gome The captain and was looking after
home here property interesU
was one of the most prominent merchants last week, after spending/ :
crow had to abandon the ship and in Iftiwtey recentlj.'
of the past three months
Jasper. transacting
fight: their way through a heavy surf business in different portions! of the S.V.. Leach and! son, IMward: of

in lifeboatsThe Jacksonville, were visitors here Sun
North. tr
One of the most thrilling; experiences
first zoo of its kind In the state of the storm was that of Gap )fro and Mrs. 3. H. Pyc and little

will be opened soon at the new winter tuln Corey and family cm Longboat son, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday L. H. Hill was transacting+ business -

resort at Cocou I ('II'h. The: animals Key.: When the waters of the Gulf with relatives in awtey. in Staike Friday.MIRH .

are beginning/ to arrive already, and hep-fin to rise into Ins home the captain Rev. J. P Pickard, of St. Augustine i Mary Williams, of Macclenny, ,

while the colle-ction will never be complete put his family in his small mototboat filled an appointment at Grace is spending a few days in Lawley as

as it is H growing: thing; and and started to battle with Methodist church Sunday morning. the guest of her sister, Mr. ]t. M.

will be added to at all times, the more wind( and water ]It was only a short Mrs. J, II. Carrodine and son were Ti'acey.

common ercatures will be in their time until the engine/ in the boat wan visitors to Jacksonville Saturday W. I F. Godwin was a visitor to Starke TIIL UNIVERSAL CARNew t-3

new homes before the present' winter flooded and the boat and occupants I>r. and Mrs. GV.. Brown were Monday.Mn. .

has /Bane were left drifting/ at the mercy of visitors to Starke tho first part of the John Parmenter returned to

I the storm, but they wereery fortu week her home in Jacksonville last week l

John I'ope, convicted recently of nate, Inasmuch as the boat landed in Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry and two after spending) several days here at Prices a
the top of a tree and was made fast. daughters, Misses' Joyce and Claudia
murder in connection with the death the home of her parents, Mr, and ,
of George II Hickmari, manager/ of The party was rescued the next day are spending/ a few dnys visiting r.I.ativ.s Mrs. J. A. Mathis.

the Palace Theatre here left late Saturday in destitute circumstances, the boat in Fort White, High Springs/ Frank Andrews, of Jacksonville F. O. B. DCTROIT ijn ,
still and l Lake ,
remaining in tree top. City.
for the farm Raifordto
state at was a visitor here Sunday.Rev. .
begin serving his term of life Imprisonment W. I:. Torode was transacting,: business K. n, Royer returned homo) Chassis $295 ;
Mrs. C. W. Greene in
was rescued, Starke Friday.
Frank Rawlins, I Friday from Raldwin whero ho has
slayer of Ilickman, and who receiveda from a small skiff in Tampa bay utter : be-en holding revival service's for two Runabout $325 I +'
\ she hud be>en exposed to the
like ''
sentence, entered the farm several weeks.

days Ago/ An appeal to the supreme I Greene weather for twenty in hours Mrs. I SOUR STOMACH> W II. Hurt was transacting bust- Touring Car $355 is
was engaged making fant I
com t by K>ne is pending.( ness In Staike first of the week.
a mall crnft to the dick A suddenBust Truck Chassis
I, of the high wind carried her into I KDIGESTHN: ) C. R. Sapp of Starke, spent Satur $445 I I

Florida /grape growers are unitedto the> sea. She finally reached the skiff | day and Sunday at his home here. 4a

assemble at Oldsmar, November 7, and climbed aboard, where she John Muse, Jr., of' Jacksonville was Coupe $595
to hear addresses by experts and discuss WIIto".d visitor '
a to
I.owtey this week.Faux .
and thrown
about at the whims Sedan $660
the situation generally as pertains h GrifllH was a visitor to I
of the elements for hours The wind tltdford's! BUck-Draujtt HijUj over
to raising grapes in the state Jacksonville this wcc'k.
It is said that about two hundred finally carried the small boat up !Uw Recommended by Tennessee Our farmers are taking advantage These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in l
lancy creek, where she was rescued l
growers are expoctrcl\ ut Olclsmar for < of 'j the of the Ford Motor
about 4 clack Wednesday morning/ Grocer for Troubles Re the rams of last week and are busy history Company.
the gathering/ and l two sessions, have
IuttinJout\ strawberry plants. ,
Mrs Greene had only small I
been planned, to be filled with Interesting the yawl, and was a helpless paddlein in the suiting from Torpid H. L. Blanchard of Jacksonville, Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

details regarding: / /grape (cul face of the fctorm She is the wife! Liver. spent Sunday at his homo here | promptly to insure early delivery.

ture. C W. GrPl'ne. president of the Grene I Watermelons the latter part of October -

:Marine Supply Company. in this vicinity is something unusual |
The body of an unknown white I but J. S. Andrews grew one J. W. ANDREWS, JR.

man, 45 to 50 years of age, of power- Bart Nashville. Tenn.The .rnlt I Dealer
; on his farm near Lawtey The plant [ STARKE
J L. Barrett of Charoltte Harbor
ful taken pact of Thedford'i I
physique, clean shaven, was I Black-Draught, th
well known fisherman came up voluntarily and it wan cultivated
a was at PCtruccia -
off the Seaboard Air Line railway genuine herb liver '
during the storm and his medicine, li with the other crops. The'! I .
train at Madison Tuesday morning/ camp and lighter and every, thing Touched for by Mr. W. N. Persona s melon Mr Andrews had on exhibition! 1 : ..... J J.nd I It

at. 6.15: o'clock lie had five razors were carried away by that gnat grocer of this city.It li wlthotrt Saturday! weighed 'Id pounds and wax'of ':
.Rashes in his throat both sides
on meteorological disturbance. He took doubt the best liter medicine, and I fine flavor (for we ate some of It.1 I

and a large old-faxhioned razor was refuge in a mangrove' bush and held! don't believe I could get along without There are about half a doren cfroinmelons \ i
found on the window sill of the toinmone Northi-aHl Quarter ((1-41 J of H'.uHii tUuartor
to it for dear life for sixteen hours, It I take It for sour stomach headache on the "'no' now. 11.11. of B.ctlon twcnly-l (leer,

u--. ......stns;-self larat7 when he was rescued by Fred Bell in bad llTer, Indigestion and all Joe brace, e. larks, visited relatives j TuwnnMp that trart>(*v.n of(7)land), .rariira d......rll..d twiriily aa (I2Q follow). Alan -: 1886

vitality sac otwrgy by parUjda end f'x the run-about Teddy. Towards the other troubles that are the result ota here Sun> I.MAKTER'II. nnninir taut hundred. forty ((440) yard
Mouth of Northweat Corner uf rWtlon
rirhla the blood You can aarro foal..11I Strong end of his sojourn in the mangrove torpid liver."I ((2fti, townnhlp n ( tw ranicctwenty ntyflv >
..nlnll. Ufoi pets eRa bush Rarrett he became HAI iIFrulitr : ( Iat. ndv (7l't":
lavUaratinii says, real hare known and (201 run : four hundred
and need by uterus nr anal flieri of
It for a ...
scared' and for the first rear, f.I""u tlftr-eluht 'I4BHI "* : Mouth thlrt "nhund..d DAVISINSURANCE
- time in hid and mndorvd by Him A V Luna ..
can do (IIA'JU W
twenty yard luurhu"'t..d
) at
highly :
I recommend II I ,
JudK0 of thn :
life he like Cirruit Court of the Pitrhlh: -
A TONIC prajed the dickens; and flftr-eliiht MOK yard, an JNonli
to every one. I won't Circuit of Inrldm.. In end for Hndfordrmmtr
to and '! in go to bed withoat thirteen hundred twenty ,IIH OI) yenta to
behold' title while Fred In chunffpry, Acted th xrnd
a tiny
oil I
drove' Tasteless chill Tonic res-ores! : Boll and saved him. It la the house. It will do all II tetobpr. 1A'/1. In a...... thuntin' twndlnirwherein plea of, beginning,.. All of atrnva dewrlheJland
came He now halos In Hfrctiun twenty-flve" Bbl'. town
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and fully believes in the efficiency ofpra'r claims to do. I can't Mr enough foi I and Jonathan IlitalMtth: 'Itnk...Johnwna. u a'lminlntrator/ complainant uf th., hlp: Keven ((7) couth, cane* twenty (ISO) nut
: I ........ ... I containing. In the, aRRnRat, thro hundmi
Enriching the BIl d. When you feel its and says he thinks the experience It. af H I>. ukMi. d **a.<>d : JonathanI'ukMi twenty INYD) acrec, more or Jejia

strengthening.Invigorating effect' see how will make a different man of Many other men and women throughout nukes. tut dttrraned admlnintrator: Inland of IHik the.*n Wise. a minor or Nona. Edna Held vale to tatlNfy aiu decree. and .......

it bring color to the ohm-ks and howit him. the country have found Black and I'ukMi Itvtha. a nuke minor, .a ft minor N. DukM an Anrantlanw. a minor 11./.Bt-12-3 A H Hpeclul C:'ICr:WM Maat.r,

improves the appetite, you tr/ill thenappreciate Draught Just ae Mr Parsons demerit whttnvtn' J wu appointed, .fHlCl.1 mant In'

its true tonic value. Flotsam and jetsam from the trop i.valuable in regulating the Ilrer U matitor ch.neery. will tn exveut Mil. Mfor raid th diicr. *courthouMft*. I. an pcela door'In '' The king of Jugo-Slavia hUB adopted STARKETo

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply ical hurricane today revealed to pryIng Ita normal functions, and In cleanelnf( Htark, IJradfnril county Florida, 1..lw..n I a novel means of Insuring his

Iron and Quinine unp ndect In syrup. So i prohibition officers a unique the bowels of Impurltlos.Thedford'e day the howl of A.aal U.. on Ife/l Monday to th... th liliihmt"* Sih '' life. )He remains in Turin

pleasant even children like It The blood method of smuggling the forbidden and hmt 1 MiMrr for each, the following d.-
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to drink into the country from Cuba and lilack-Draught: liver medl nerlhod" real mtatoThat J I'
sine certain tract nr parcul' of land rltuaM
Is the original and only With tho approach of winter the.
Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and Mexico. Two giant cedar logs, each genuine. lylnir and l* fnir In Bradford county, r ktridacomitrtalnv Cure a Cold in One Day
Grip germs by Its SLrengibeoiug, Invlgot' about 30 inches in diameter, neatly Accept no Imitations: or substitute Northoant Quarter the 8outluaHt f and Quarter (M.) of coal baron becomes uR'alnour pet object Tali I.AXATIVE: IIPnMO QUININE Tablet > h Always uk for Tuedlord'a. .. 11-4)I nouthwmit. Cuar- I of aversion. It might ease the move th,,,C iHiMli anA, Ilradarhe" and. work off the
Effect. sawed I. .
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sung i0cr apart end to end, each. E. r 11 U of Northra* C> uart r fl-4)) and .
told E W..NOVI; l tea DUi.
W at Half (U-Jl of tlouthoaiit Quarter (1-4)I Htill/ a little if wo called him a prmco.. : ;: itlualur/ !" tt



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