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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 18, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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PROGRAM OF THE BRADFORD ELECTION TUESDAY FOIl FIVE PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENTNEXT I MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS J SCHOOL HOARD MINITLsBoard --

COUNTY TEACHERS' ASS'N TRUSTEES FOR ROAn BONDS MONDAY EVENING l MEETING I PRESIDENT PROCLAIMS PEACE 1 ,
WITH ; :
GEItMANI'r, ,
met in regular session .
association will be held in Law. W. E. Torode J. II. In commissioners Nov.
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The Bitch E. S. Matthews Miss Peek's patriotic entertainmentwill county courtat ,,7th with all members

tey, Friday, Nov. 25th, 9:30 a. m. A. A, Durden, J. C. Cone be staged next Monday evening, Starke on Nov. 7, 1921, said board L. W. KickliU-r, A, A. Hazen present and, viz R.::. Declares Slate of War Terminated ,
Address of welcome-Mm. J. T. - met with all members present T. Campbell. July 2, 1921. '
: the 21st inst., at the school auditoriumEver'ono
Moore.. The election for a board of five Minutes of last meeting read and Minutes -
In connected with of last
Response by president-Mr. Bessie trustees to manage the half million I any way approved.On meeting read and Washington, Nov. 14.& -Peace between )l
this entertainment will give their ser- approved.
dollar road bond l issue authorized by I motion bill of in the United States and Ger-
costs state
McGruder. cane ,
vices free, and it is hoped that a large The following resolution to( borrow I
Important Points in Teaching Reading an election held on October 18th, was cf Florida vs Kile Milliard was laid for I' many was formally Proclaimed today
the All ,
crowd will affair.
patronize money payroll was ,
passed;: by President
-Mr*. R. B. Warren, Mrs. J. T. held Tuesday in the several voting cver.t I Harding.I q
the proceeds will be given back to Whereas it
Moore, Truby B. Pinhol ter. precincts of Bradford county. Under The following names were stricken appears that this board I I The president, in a proclamation ., :
the town to help in a good cause has not
Appreciation, By and For the the terms of the law providing for Doors 7:30 begins from the pauper roll: W. N. New sufficient fund on hind to j I: signed: at 3:52: p. m. today, declared f'
at performance |: for
open the
Teacher-Miss Olive Ray. the board of trustees there is to be mans, Catherine Crews I pay operation of the schools the state of war between the United i r
promptly at 8. of Bradford i I I r ri
from each of the r..II.1'|I county. Therefore, be it States and
My First Year's Experience and one trustee county Admission Petition received asking that Germany, existing from
25 and 15 cl.'nta.I'ro..ram .
How I Met It (Important points I commissioner districts of the countyand Jane Jordan be placed upon the) pall resolved, that this board borrow the I April, 6, 1917, to have terminated in

have learned since)-Miss Evelyn the trustees are elective by the PI'arer-Rev. David Lander 1 er roll. Same refused.) sum of $3450, that sum being necessary .1 I fact July 2, ]1921, when the joint peace

Demaree, J. I. Ogden, Barney McRae. voters of the respective districts. Each commissioner was furnislv'.i i I for such purpose during the next j' resolution of congress was approved
Moral Training in the Schools-J. At the election TuesdayV.. E. To. (a) Opening Chorus "Baby" with with list of paupers in their revpectie thirty days, the note of thin board to : by the executive. ',

T. Barnes! Mrs. B. I't>rkin ride of Law tey, J. 11. Ritch and E. i introduction. district for the purpose of investigating be given therefor.! E. T Campbell I I Issuance of the proclamation, which
b The Babies Are Coming
I ( ) "Dolly" ( moved
Discipline, Why and How?-II. II. S. Matthews, of Starke, A. A. Durden ). the condition of each I pauper I its adoption and A. A. Hu/.cn |I followed exchange of ratifications/ of

Black, A. B. Shaw. of Hampton, and John C. Cone, of Little Girlsa and report at the next regular: second the motion, and upon roll call I tin treaty of Berlin, effected Armistice ,
Self Control in the Brooker, were elected to serve as trusties of said the vote was unanimous, the same being a
1:30: p. m.- ( ) "The Big Drum" (b) "The Mu. meeting board. declared day in the German capital, was
School' Room-W. O. Duval, Miss Ora until the first Tuesday in Jan sician" (Pro-hi-bi-tlon). The name of Mrs Ruth Broxky, of adopted by the chairman. I considered the first of a series of
Humble J. I. Ogdcn. uary, 1925. Their successors will be By unanimous vote of the board Ar- three
Mixed Choruses (a) "Some Glad awtey, was placed UpoflpaUer roll thur I steps which when completed will
What Can Teachers Do to Improve elected at the general election in No. b at $5 per month. Alvarez was released as trusteeof : return the United States to n complete
Day" ( ) "America" (How Shall We
sub
in Bradford ? )!. 'ember, 1924. Rising district 1(1 a.nd Harry
Conditions County On motion the board ordered tin peace Hiatus.
Keep the Glow in Old Glory). t' r
Lewis
was appointed to III the
B. Wiggins. The vote in detail by commissioner (c) "Work for Enforcement Where money In Lake Butler Bank and in pired term. unex- The second step probably will be
Whnt Are We Doing to districts vns as follows: the s
Improve Farmers and Dealers Bank transferred promulgation: of a proclamation
You Are" (We Can, We Can). The board
Ourselves] ?-Miss Eunice Hazen, Mrs District No. 1 to Bank of Starke and Bradford desltrtmttid Friday, Nov. declaring the war with Austria to
(d) Had Little Lamb.
"Mary a '
Miss Cassie Cole. J. L. Harrell 81 I 11, as a holiday, the .same being Armistice -
Pearl Pearce, I ------------------- ( ) "Back of the Soap" County Bank. have ended and the third the IHNIIIIUCOof la'of

The Value of Practical HygieneC -- W. E. Torode ________- _________14<3 (e Why is the American flag more The-board ordered that only widows day. a similar proclamation! with respectto

R. Sa Pl'. District No. 2 enduring than the emblems of other living in Bradford county be paid the The board granted the SUlll.'rllltt'l1'd'lIt I Hungary", '

The Modern Health Crusade- hisMarguerite J. H. Ritch n__________________112 nations?) allowance made for them. his request to Use Friday after Until the third and final step is taken e "
Shriver.! District No. 3 Thanksgiving to call the teachers of
The clerk was instructed to Investigate
Tableaux "The Army of Tomorrow""Here I the purposes of the formal
Important Things to Stress in Intermediate S. R. Johns ____________________ 52 Grows Man for America" old papers at city hall.Rl'pol.t the county together in institute All will not be achieved in proclamations the-

Grades-Mrs. Equilla Dix- E. S. Matthews ________________131 a teachers attending will be paid for t ks
"Guard Their Future." of state auditor' filed and opinion of officials. These purposes
on, U. G. Sapp. District No. 4 Part Second ordered published according to law.l'aul't'r the day as though they taught.' : If are stated, to be to put an end without .'
Address-Dr. Roemer, Universityof A. A. Durden -________________ 04 not present they will Jose the day,
Plajlet allowance of J. C. Box was I doubt certain war laws unaffected by
Florida.All District No. :5 whether they teach or not.
"The raised from $5 to $10 month. the congressional resolution" of
teachers in Bradford county J. C. Cone ___-_________________103 Eighteenth Amendment Forever per The pension claim of Pearl Jones repeal
." The board proceeded to divide the approved last March 3. Notable
.are supposed to come prepared to take G. W. Hazen _________n___.____ 79 wag recommended for $4. I
"Columbia," Miss Dekle. county into justice of the peace districts among these war time laws are sections -
part in some of the open discussions Under the terms of the leJl latt''e All bills must be In on Saturday before
"Patriotism Miss follows I of the the Liberty
us net
Shepard. : | espionage -
that will follow the various act creating the board of trustees the first Monday '
people of Lawtey are papers.The they may begin to function on December "Boy Scout," Mr Hoovt'r.Am'ri'an Justice district No. 1 shall be r9m.1 I bond act and trading with the en- f?

amongthe 1st. It is probable their first People posed of precinct No. 1, Lawtey, and U>my act Portions of the last named '
most in Bradford j
hospitable -
county when "Business Man," Owen. Griffin, Vin the boundaries shall be the same as 1 DEA11I (OF MKS. ALICE IIAIM.IN I I statute are preserved, hnwovcrr thru
and will entertain their visitors Tuesday in December, a proA'ram ..
royally. of future action will be mappedout. cent. the boundaries of said voting pre I the treaty" __

The county school board has ordered Among important matters to be "Stenographer," Alvarez, Ted SUN cinct. Mr and Mrs. L. C. \Prescott have I Deposition' \ of /the canes of Eugene '

that no schools be taught the day acted on at their first\ meeting will be ley, Levi flees, Edison Brinson. Justice didtriet No. 2 shall comprise returned from Homestead, where they 'I' V. ,,1 JM>a and others convicted of violation
"Lawyers," Wilbur GrifTis Jr. voting precincts No. 2 Starkc were called to attend the funeral of'
after Thanksgiving, but instead that to start the legal: machinery for validating of war laws likewise) will await
the teachers attend the county tench- the bonds to moving. Klckliter, Paul Knight. north, and No. 3, Stttrke, south, and their daughter, Mrs. Neal Ilairilin, 'I the third and final step Attorney

Boys and Girls. the boundaries of said justice district who died of pneumonia on the 5th Genera Daugherly has prepared an
era association in Lawtey, for which
"The Flag"-Mrs. Felix Long. Solo shall be the same as the bout inst. for
MRS 1IARIIY ENTERTAINSThe I opinion the president suggesting
they will be paid their regular clay'ssalary / ,;
if they are present. No teach. and chorus claries of said voting precincts. Mrs Hainlin was well known here, ''a, method of disposing of the Debs

er will be paid if they teach on that social meeting of the missionary (a) "AH Hail to Our Flag"b Justice district No. 3 shall comprise as she attended the 11. 1i. S. when a ease and, It Is understood, proponing
( ) "Building" (My Head, My voting precincts No. 4 Griihiim girl, and finished her I
day, as the board is anxious for a society of the Baptist church was ; education( In definite Teamerit( of the ('IIHot others
large attendance at the association. held Monday afternoon at the homeof Heart) No.5, Hampton; No.6!, Theressu; Gainesville at the Southern Rl'l1Iirlllry I convicted of similar offenses. This

Dr. Roemer, a prominent educator Mrs. A. M. Darby, on Thompson Full chorus. Audience join In sing and the boundaries of said justice district She was happily married to Mr. Nand opinion, however, has not yet been
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ing. shall be the the boundaries Hainlin and to this union three children I
same us
from the University of Florida, will street. presented" to the president and( Mr.
address the teachers on that occasion Mrs. W. J. Eppl'rsolopl'nl'd the j (C) "Star Spangled Banner" of said voting precincts. were born. Besides her husband Duugheity bus Indicated that them a

program with scripture reading and Justice district No. 4 shall\ comprise and children, she. leaves to mourn her : may lie last minute changes before Its

GOV. HARDER NAMES \'. 24thTHANKSGIVING I prayer, and Mrs George C White MILLER "voting precincts No.7, New River, loss her father and mother, Mr. and, submission.

rend an interesting paper A silver and No. R, Kronker, and the boundaries Mrs L. C. Prewcott, one ulster, Mrs. : The proclamation Issued today has .

offering: of $41 was taken, the moneyto Miller, Nov. JR. -N. H. Stokes attended of said justice district shall be the It. 1). Bowers, two brothers, Ford bearing cm the resumption of diplomatic

Governor Hardee has issued a proc- be used for improvements in the the school) hoard meeting In same as the boundaries of said voting Prescott, of Gainesville I ii rid another I 1"0 relations! between the United

lamation calling upon the people of phstorium, and each person contributing Lake Butler Monday. precincts brother living in Michigan. I Stales and (;iermnny, state* department .

Florida to observe Thursday November \ told how she made the money for Murray Thomas wan a business visitor Commissioners Brownloe and Andrews Mrs. Hainlin was u member of olllciaU\ asserting that the

24th as Thanksgiving Day. insetting this offering. to Alachua last week. were appointed a committee tosell Methodist church and bud! always 111'j change of rntilicatioim, in itself restored

forth his reason for setting Victrola music wax enjoyed while Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crawford, of tie buildings upon old jail lot In ed a beautiful, consistent, such diplomatic\ relation Just
t the hostess served a tempting salad Starke. life, and she will ho greatly miRMe.dl
aside the day, Governor Hardee said Jacksonville, visited relatives in this when Germany; will resume her olddiplomatic )
course with hot chocolate. Widow pension claim of Airs Pearlo by her family und 1 friends, ,
"the harvest hal been> plenteous and community last week. status In Washington )Is .
we have been free from epidemics and Jones, of Lawtey, was approved for I I not known to officials here, asserts
I D. L. Clyatt made a business tripto $4 month for
the
calamities while our people have been BUSINESS PROPERTY SOLD per school term. NT. MARK'S! that Huron Kdmund Thc-rniunn, former $t,
High Springs last week. The
question of the
happy. recommenda counsellor of the German I It
Denzil Thomas was in Lake Butler ton! for before::: j legation -
appointment of Sunday next Advent.
"Our nation is again at peace with Chas R. Ensey, of Jacksonville, inspector of nt Iludapost will arrive In Wuxh-
all the world Saturday on business. marks and brands for Bradford coun- Services at ]11 I a. m. and 7:30:: () p. 111.1' '
our statesmen are was in town Wednesday to completethe ington shortly to arrange for a technical
T. H. Rimes made a business) tripto ty was deferred until some future This is the last Sunday In the Trlrl- '
grappling: with problems which may transfer of the two store build Installation of a German em-"I
Gainesville Wednesday. date for the reason that the board Ity season From now on for about
hasten
the time when peace on earth ings adjoining N. B. Hull's store toSamuel bossy
find will shall) It Miss Carrie Belle Brown attendedthe wished to have an expression from six months the seasons present Press
good: to men be more Rosenberg. is understoodthat dispatches from Germany have
than a dream." Mr. Rosenberg will remodel the fair at Gainesville Friday. the cattle owners a* to whom they desired lessons from the great facts of th./I indicated that the Kbert government V

stores, making them very attractivefor W D. Dukes made a business trip said office now being vacant. Lord's life Advent means (' was having difficulty in finding a suitable -
to Lake Butler Monday. and we are to for Ills coming,
BAPTISTOur prepare
a large: general: store. He has appointee to tho Washington ambassadorship -
great faith in the future of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osteen, of FIVE MILE The color Is purple, significant of the !In view of the expense a

pastor, Dr. J. J. Bullen, with especially since there is assurance of Providence, visited the ]tatter's sister, message of John the Baptist, "Repentfor through difference In exchange rates.It .

his family will arrive in Starke today the construction! of a hard surfaced Mrs. J. S. Brown, Sunday. Five Mile, Nov. 18.-Mrs. I' 1'. De I the kingdom of heaven Is at hand" has been suggested, that Germany

and will fill!) the pulpit Sunday morn. road connecting the county with the Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, kle spent Thursday and Monday In The length Is four weeks, till we eels might for a time lie content with a {

ing and evening. national highway system, and has was a professional visitor here last Lake Butler f'bratthe Incarnation.. Nov. 27th is charge d'affaires/ but such suggestion\ a

Sermon topics: shown his faith by purchasing this week. Marcus fickle, of Jacksonville, was the first day of the Christian Year, has not been officially communicatedto

Morning, "The Church as Jesus Conceived property from Mr. EnHey. Johnnie Ward, of Providence, passed the weekend guest of friends and relatives. The object of the ChriHliiin Year is to I the American state department t

it"Evening through here Saturday. present the life of Christ in u systematic President larding for some time

"Forgiveness of Sins." LAWTEYThe Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, was in Misses! Mae Duke, Ruby Proctor manner has had under consideration names of (.

There will be a business meeting of this community Saturday night. here and Norma Dekle spent. the week-end several possibilities, and it is understood

the church immediately after services Woman's Club held its meeting A party was given: at the home of with homefolks. ANOTHER SKKI.E'ION; ) ON:'\ IIJ1t. that Representative Alanson B.Houghlon .

Sunday morning and every church Friday, Nov. 11th, at 3:30: p. mOwing Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Waters Saturday Mrs.. 1>. L Blume and Mrs. F. R. Dist I'ARM"An : nf New York, l is first In

member is requested to Tie present to the illness of the president l. night which was well attended anda Drawdy were guests of Mrs P. P. the president's mind In that connec

Respectfully, Mrs. L. I H.{ Hill, Mrs. J. T. Moore pleasant time reported. fickle Saturday. aftermath to the John S. Williams tion. ,

G. W. ALDERMAN.A was in the chair.A Olson Thomas made a business trip Mr. and Mri. F. L. Drawdy attended "murder farm" rasa developed

report from one committee showed to Lake Butler Thursday. services at Little Springs church when It was learned that another skeleton ]- CARD OF 1HANKS

REAL BRITISH JOKE that about 4,000 post cards were J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was In this Sunday, I I I had been discovered in a pond a -

mailed from Lawtey during post card section Saturday.Mr. Mrs B. L. Duke, Mr. and Mrs J. short distance from the Williams The undersigned tenders his cordial

The editor of an American newspaper week and that answers were being received and Mrs. W .O. Brooks, of Pro- M. Mott, of Lake Butler, Mr, and Mrs. home in Jasper county This discovery thanks to the voters of Lawtey distiict .

dropped in to a special after. vidence, visited relatives in this community S. M. Dukes, of Dukes, were guests of brought the number of bodies recovered fur electing me their bond trus

noon church service for the first time Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catharine Sunday. Mr. nd Mrs. P. P. Dekle Sunday. as a result of the killings' to tee. I shall use my best endeavors In

for many years. lIe listened to the Teare were elected as delegates: Miss Johnnie Rimes who is teaching Math Dukes and sister, Miss Hattie thirteen. discharging my duties, and thus show
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sermon for a while and then rushed to to the state convention to be held at at Swift Creek, spent the weekend were shopping in Lake Butler on While the skeleton was found several that their confidence in me was not

his office. Gainesville.The with her parents.A Friday. days ago, when the waters of the misplaced.

"What are you fellows doing?" he Ladies Aid will hold their za- three weeks singing school Is being Marcus Dekle and Math Dukes attended pond had receded and left the boneson W. E. TORODE.

shouted. "How about the news from zaar sale December 3rd. Beautiful conducted at the Free Will Bap 8 party at the home of Mr and the bank, the discovery was not

the seat of war?* hand made articles, etc., will be tilt church by Pre?. Durghton: of Ala. Mrs T. J. Waters Saturday evening immediately made public. Jasper CARD OF THANKS

"What news?" offered for aale.NOTICE I bama. Oscar Rimes and T J. Dukes werebusiness county officials stated it was Impossible -

"Why, all this about the Egyptian Miss Christine Townsend, of Lake |I : visitors to Lake Butler on to Identify the skeleton, but they We wish to thank the many kind

army being drowned in the Red Sea. TO HUNTERS Butler, passed through here Thursday believed It to be that of one of thenegroee friends of Brooker, Starke and New
The Friday Mrs. D. I. Blume and Misn. Josephine River for their
loving kindness
minister up at the church knowsall enroute to Gainesville. alleged to have hone killed by amt

about it, and you haven't got a The open season for game begins' C. H, Harrison of Worthington Illume were guests of Mrs. T. I Williams' son, Marvin. LeRoy and assistance In our late sad bereavement -

single word of it in our latest edi November 20th. If you intend to here on business last week. was' A. Pinknton Friday. Iluland Williams. now are under In- May God bless you all.
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: tion. Bustle round, you fellows, and hunt be sure and procure a license Murray Thomas was a business via Mrs. Lena Drawdy and children dictment for murder, but have been The Ward Family.The .

get out an extra special sharp!"- first, as those found transgressing the itor to High Springs: Saturday. spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs missing since a short time after the

, London Tit-Bits.! hunting: ]laws will be prosecuted. At T. II Rimes made B. L. Duke. first bodies were found on the Williams great trouble with golden!: opportunities
' the office of the county Judge, at the I to Starke a business trip J. Di Rimes was here on business farm. is the fact that they seldom

Walter Wills stopped ,over with Mr. courthouse .In Starke, you can pro J. L. Brown recently.visited his sister Friday, John S. William Is now in the Fulton them.tarry long enough for us to catch

and Mrs. J. W. Morgan on his way cure a license and necessary Informa- H. T. Bennett, of Bland, Sunday, Mrs. B. L. Duke spent the weekend here county jail where he La serving a

i from Jacksonville to Tampa the first tion about the game: laws. i Tom Moore, of Lulu, was visiting with hit family. life sentence, having boon convictedIn fesHc-d that he aided Williams/ In a

i of the week. Mr. Morgan accompaI W. J. EPPERSON, friends In this section Saturday night Miss Mae Duke was the guest of Newton' superior court for the murder number of the murders, and who .;
nled him to Sheriff\ Bradford County Misses! Norma Dekle and Ruby Proctor of one of his
Tampa Tuesday. employes.
I Mrs. a O. Clyatt is on the sick list. ClydeManning' pointed out the graves of the victims,
Saturday and
Sunday. negro farm boss, who con also is serving a life sentence.
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,1" 4lm k"o7 the, it* iu. i i'Tin, ; .. IITWorlsl;;'<\ a ETuTtng Iii I. aud-rcjoliittd him. '' I'm noi king i l:", Cherry; answered. '* Oieirj'. jliuu.;lif* \\ 'ie vetch Ivter. ,

'i f:1 *,%1 lOZ.I In her, tale whlrllnir thought, when "Busy ,I" fclie rei>Onl'.... with, quick re"e..tinent. "But I wish hi her KOUI .Jjt: fait J uti If hl. aim, waitjilHMit To rate ,. .*. ;
. '. trjr ililnif-, lieTiMed.. ''t
.11i t.i,I somebody totirhed. her arm. and aIn "1 wns Jut thinking.:: Martin said T had to make you realize howI he.r.;as If vltf WfitHiuriiiK out r 'UI'II"I'J1 '1111

"that we ought!; stay In town and go feel. ahnut It !I" lo tutu the; tvlMJii,{ truutilcd, story, sure wblle$longer paddy!t': oiy own Came. for a"There

t the Martin. looked gloomily up at her, thai Ijc would und l'ollsldq l her.
tlht lo Orplu-uui ; how about It? Uo ?(owue
ICI 1 is ,
I no earthly reason Wh i,
Sisters and
tf we have. to have Peter aud Allx:?" shrugged' She hud HlM-d| her, eyes. mid voint 101'"houldo't \
: : This welcome from live here, Allx said .
Is a sweet your |ltat.
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Cherry flushed angered again, InlI."weU1IU..IIII'r..d A" hut It-cm ered (oiilm but she trusted
wife !" he observed. But she .
way, under all as regarded herself uiilj to shrug, tier shoulder us sully .
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;, it I\\{ f. I II her fright and stir Her voice bad : ; him with troubled and earnest she preceded. Martlu to the irulu. I Is no earthly reason why 'e-'
should !I" Muitln
t. her half beauty returned lie
forgotten
II perhaps
eyes
"' 1: !( pfI! Its old bored note. I I1'11 There t ra* no time. for mioihei ward weeannoyed
t l
.111 ; hy a sun-.UIon that AJIj
1 made unexpected appeal to him
I CjJ" an
) Iud
; \\ Martin I've been their
[ guest for Alls suddenly! took |pussrsslou i ofthem. I
had. .
I I for to'tuonttir"I'd for tIe turned toward her and eyed Cherry arranged' between" them to
I She hud' had time lu bring the
her with a large tolerance. "What'sthe I II I make this plan the alternative to
f.t jdst ai soon have them !" Mar- all the six lullen to baumillto, and i
: x,\ ;: KATHLEEN matter Cherry bli asked. "It ICar l I I divorce. "To tell you the honest truth.
tin conceded Indifferently.
r meant to drive theta direct to the ,ullejr -
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I: to' that I dout like Mill Valley'
doesn't tat
seem you've got
I ll i But the diverted thought had helped
t- j! rI froin there
r li NORRIS it:Cherry; Irritation had Served her and much to kick about. Haven't I always I'I'i Allx tasted despair Small bop of
,.; 'f ::i : : the reminder of Martin's old trying taken pretty good care Of you? Didn't i She ferreted. Mat'tin affectionately! preserving this particular relationship

':' : \ "ik..'' > I .- I I eyes went" with" quick worried look ible.."
.{ t ; him In ; didn't I leave yon a whole month I I a
--. I I while I ate at that rotten boardinghouse I to Cherry, They 1,ud liven. quarreling "Well we must try to make you like

.' .! ; ; :1': I Q.-.vet.._aver Alta"I've:." idie got said.to send, a telt'gral1l-tor when your father died ; haven't I I I' of I'9UI.1t was" too had Alls: MW Valley bt'fterlN! she Mild''1 with

.;"tH I let have. how la It? thought hut her own course. wan clear rt'tloluteoodoolure.. "Of
,. .. "What. about be .asked less curious you long -seven / course, It
t '' ,'. -t '" than 111bred."Qoodby weeks, by George, with your sister' Until flie could lake liei cue from means a lot to Cherry and to uie to bt

"'. } to who Cherry recognized the tones of his tueui. kite must treat them tiolh wltbl'Il..rtul near each other!I"
some people are
I CHAPTER: t -With his two 4.ulfht.ra.l sailing'1" Cherry answered calmly old arraigning voice. He felt himself iiiicoiiMlounneni. of the -'That may be true tan," Mnrtla
feit tJ' Ana and Oicrry, the i latter Just el Mean Ill-treated. Mturiu.Hie. agreed. taking the front seat
I ).are old and his nl.c.. Ann. boetorStrickland "Only don't mention it to Allx because attain
s rrttrcd. Is 1"'lnL.t Mill V.ll l- I promised It would go earlier !I" Bbe.dd..d. "Now" you come lu for Ibis money," ) reached. the. valleyand Martin for the drive borne.
.
r, a short dt.taare .PranrUroHis Alix ,
) cloMit friend. I. Peter Joyce, .ointninK *- . lie began But she Interrupted him was iuagiiiiiiliiitm about lie delayed was surprised at Cherry pa*.

I H or a rUun Vlsttlns: In the vl '"1 IIIIW the office back here," he told hotly: I lunch Au.tllllloulll! do for lilrn. I sl-rltr and silence bqt Cherry. are,
; Martin Lloyd. minim engine.r he mid he taking ofilujs' I II wrapped In a sick and nervous .
yJt elnl"1 "Martin know that la not true! ; Him u uiiile| dream
.t, "+ In lot. with sod ..",.W, becomu ben They vent to It together, aud you I"I I
jttr! I .......l to Ch. rrCHAPTER lie was .within five feet of her while I "Isn't 1 It true. list the Instant you holiday! uiiil everything ....III. unable either to Interpret thin presentor

( rr 1' she scribbled her Dote. can take care of yourself you begin I I Kow mi th iilnwood|, : after lunch face the future with any ('oura!:_.

: -While th. family !I. to talk about not .being. happy, and and he mi.inteieil" out to the hlmk' with Before luncheon he had followed flu J
peculating. at to LJoyd Intention. CTiar. :"Martha met me. Nothing wrong
rr ''N ; ry brlns him to supper practically an* We are. returning to Mill \alley, C. so on !" he asked without any suggestions ; Alix laying; a Ore for the Into her room and had, put' his arm

't .I'". I J mounting her encacement to Mm I1" She glanced( at her husband ; he ticular' feeling. "You bet you do I par-I evening.' HiunJj hrcnuse she liked to about her. But she! had quietly t-lmUn

'+'l"V y .. ; CHAPTER III.-Doctor Strickland feels. was standing In the doorway of the I never cared anything. about that do that HOI't of work, wait rorccl I with him off with! the nervous murmur, :

t 'j 'i Clerry' le' too yours; to marry "and urges Utter Confusion She Looked Up. little ofllce, siuuklng.' Quickly she, addressed money.. you never heard me speak of I illroi.lions. Finally: Martin |pushed liorHKlde. "{')lease-no. don't Lisa nil.. Martin1"!
,
her lu wait at l least nut the firlcoaxee
I a year
.
Martin had
It Was Martini Stung
Sr h5< . t.I',. I him Into .greeing to an Immediate the envelope "Don't rend It. I always felt that by the time the,, : Inuutdiatelydrupped
F , "ddins and the ceremony take. place. that name out loud" she said softly lawyers and the heirs and the w-ft "Here, .let |pa'. do that" lie "Said; his arm. had shriiKUeil hlIIhould..r"
,Y'' I the couple' leaving at once for 11:1 l l Nldo..i. voice terrifyingly unexpected and yet Indifferently and
hiuclicd
where Martin I. employed. familiar, addressed her, and a hand but very slowly, and distinctly to the nesses (got: through, there wouldn't be \'ou'd have. u Hue tire here, at that
p Now lie remnrke l
t much left of It. !I" !I"l.nter scornfully. to AJix.
laid her girl at the de k. She put a gold piece anyway rnte
was on arm.
"4 1 CHAPTER IV.-Th. honeymoon days down the not "Keep the change Too rich In her new position of the with some bravado :
on he down to the old house
t ( ever. Cherry ""' !fin. to feel a vague die. In utter confusion she looked up. wont "You glrla still sleeping out!'
..".r."tion with Martin and the monotony and for Gale' sake get( that to the woman beloved by Peter to quarrel with them to N|"'nd there an hour
II j i I ot her d.J.ly II'.. It was Martin who stopped her. Harvard sailing from Dock 07, before with Martin In the old unhappy fashion I I I (that was irjlns to both uoineti. It "Oh. alwu>'..-we uU do'! Alii hind
For few dreadful seconds. a sort answered reodll"I'eter han
a
laid an extra
G CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley, Ju.tlaf. eleven 1" she said. Cherry an appealing h.nell I was almost In order now ; ('berry hadpleased
t of seized and she bunk his
vertigo Cherry porch
use on Cherry and
; I ; I
.
Ultle. lawyer to Anne, In but on his arm.
The
(girl: looked up surprise ; 1 her
t mt""f"g. sluiile fancy' In the matterof '
| |
1 f. the weddlnr' being e unable to collect her thoughts or to have my i>orch. But yon cnn t I.e out
!I some. month dtmant. Alta vlilla Cher4 speak even the most casual words of rose Immediately to the occasion "I'm sorry! to meet you "with this hangings und papering' !: and the or In, as jon choose!
Y at Kl Nldo and the t.. .lrl< coax Martin i Cherry's beauty, her agonized eyes sort of thing!:," she said slmplj, "I effect was fresh aid /good.
She had been full of her Martin ventured
an
; Into allowing Cherry lo to home forAjine !greeting. so answer that
q I /i '. weildlnc."CHAPTER. extraordinary errand that she wan bewildered i and voice, were enough to awaken her blnme mvself now for not writing you "Girls going; to rent this?" Martin I inaked. made Ch..rr.I''es. glint ancrllj: and
f sense of the dramatic. A sharp rap Just how I've come to feel about It .
VIIn tier father's.. house" and sick at Its Interruption ; of the clerk's pencil. summoned a boy. brought a quick enihurraRsed flush to
..u Cherry contrasts the peaceful Imppy Uie her heart thundered, her. throat was "'e must make some arrangement fot I "Unless' you and Clierrj come live, Allx's ra'.... Ails did nut enjoy scertain
.
there with her rather sordid existence at
1 El been arul realise* that her marriace choked, and her knees shook beneath "George, there's a dollar In that for the future-things can't he as they'were I here," Allx: mid boldly. lie .1"llIp I l lI type of joklne and she did not
i hae .mm.,' of a failure Doctor you If you deliver It before eleven to :" I tolerantly. Concede Martin even the. ,ghost of a
'I etrlt-kl.nd. feellnc that Cherry I. not being ,- her.here WHS kite what was the Harvard' sold she. The smile He I liiiineilliilel.v 1 Mohered. .
t boy and
"You've all ,
I_ I 1 fair lo Martin. In that ahe le undulyproloninnir known-bow much had Bbe be- had It your way eversince I \Vhy should we?
;i her vlult I after Anne'e wednln i seized It, stuck It .In his hat and fled. we were married. be began. -\.11. why slioiildn't you?" remarked that he himself liked to .Ixindoors

**.makes urges. preparations her to return for to her her departure huebandfh . trajfdtittuping-> trying to smile she lookedup 1 "And now for the boat !" Cherry "Now you blame me-" "Loafing eh?" at night. Ills KUltcaxe nataccordingly

I while the said rejoining: Maitln, and speaking "I don't blame you Martini" "No, lint 1,,"filiI;. Hut you could I taken into the pleasant

qff n, 111 i CHAPTER VII.-"grand ,.... telle Cherry at about him her ferry drummedIn placewhined In almost her natural voice. Theywent "'\.11. what do you want a divorce transfer jour work to Sun Francisco, little wood-Hinellliifr room next to Peters .
uIIIII.ul..e.
.
he has had In hi
one paeelon"
r back to the l feausallto ferry en- vvheie' the nutiiuin Mm i
for then? ig;;
couldn't ?
t- life, but the woman was not for him. He tier ears. She. had automaticallygiven you
_ jtM does not reveal her name Cherry rejoin. him her baud uow he kissed trffnce, again and this time telephoned. "I don't even soy anything 'about : Jlnrtln mulled a deep, wise long- lasted, with the dr.v I<"....tllp.8 of
17 ".r husband ; Allx In real earliest and presently' tno7il>li '. her a divorce, Cherry said fighting for ,, enduring tin lie.Oh !! ing;

CIIAPTER VIII.-The young WII:.'" dleabafaction *. ""Hello Cherry ; where you going;?" found tlieiiiseUe.M 01, the upper deck of I >.u'd get me a Job I suppose"
Increaeee and there an al- the boat, bound tor the valley. \ <
,
.,' meet open. break.. Martin has a brief spoil for the third time. ------- p I lie asked. lute the way you womenveil (Continued Next Week)
Until and In occasional rushesof
of slrknese and eomethln-r, of her old feel- "I collie Into town to shop," she now .... ,
Uif for him: returns to < herry. fnlleiod tenor still xhe had been absorbed ...... .

III the hideous iieceKHlty' of deceiving
CHAPTER IX;Ltoclur Strickland, I I. "lou ..what" She had not really :
stricken. suddenly. withahal all perceive of covering her own traces. of anticipating -
been she felt with
and It.
a I.1 a fatal illness Ails utnmun Cherry: IntelllgllUe: and l closing, possible avenuesof -I
'1 to her, fathxr. deathbed After. the doctore ,- a pang of fright: He must not suspect
ri death It I I. discovered that teen ago lu'triijnl. hut now Cherry' begun!> J.
he had borrowed money from Anne father -the steamer was there' only a short to breathe mure easily, and to feel Mark's Sample Shop
: and veemlfiKly the debt black Peter might them
w age never away ; pass ; '
about her like the hnif-
', dlcharnedIUi accumulatvil, Interest. rising a tide
cbunce word be fatal-be must
might
,. the. amount practically consumer all the a : forgotten coimcloiittiiess of her relationship -1'J.1'
I the doctor Jfft Justin tattle
1 money not stiHpect
'. .with this. man In the boldlychvtked -
makes manifest that he will Insist' on
I
"I'm ,t" she said distinctly
his wife lalms, It means that the twoelrts shopping .null, who was sitting beside Ladies' 23 West
are left with practically nothing with drj lips. And she managed to Jacksonville FI
: her. She hud the
''n i thought to e.scare \ I Wear a. Adams .,
smile."Uell.. ,
<:'IIAP'I'EItI'.r,' Joyce who ha.I necessity of tilling him that she was 1 1j
"
been on a trip practically around the Mnrtln sold, "surprlned to
I not willing to return to him; she hadbeen i
world, returns, not having learned. of the see me?"
, doctors, death He hears, of Antne s position wtapped In dreams so great and 1I
I . jf with regard to the money.1111 deep "Oh Mnrtln said her flutteredvoice wonderful that the thought of bin Welcome State Fair VisitorsWe
disgust' Alii bile the home and I. mak- t.vcn,: In the utter panic of I I
t li'g a fair living' singing. Joyce ur...... her anger and retieutiueiit had been as nothing
heart and soul she knew that for
tu him., tale consents and
marry they to her. !Jut she had that to face
t tiave a simpleasdillnc. and ao to Joyce"sliome safety's sake she must find his Vanity j

-w (I f' to live Ideally happyCMAPTPR "I'm going to tell you something now.!She! had It to face limneilirttelj, too. ,- extend to you a most cordial invitation to

_ %1. Martin and Cherry. that will surprise >'ou," he said "I'm L. .... (/
She knew that hour of .,
\ leave El Aida and fa to Red Creek. a lied Creek ,l""MartlnI" every poutpuuemeut I h visit our exclusive Specialty Shop featuring
through with the people
but 1 --
would
y'fy ft change somewhat fur the better, cost her freak humiliations 1'h ,
I ; I 7".j | the! visit Peter. and Abe, and flowervendor and dlllicultles and as the boatsllppt'd 1 ::: Suits
She from a Coats
Joked! 1 High-Grade Novelty
I/ while there. comes' to a realization. that smoothlylust the !Inland that I .
d to a newsboy. looked at the \ ...
y knownyIttharryT.othl.. women room roughly marked' the halfway point V
r, It l Prier hall In mlnil. when he toM tier of cars, the 1'"ol.I"he must not faint. she gathered all her forces for the ; : Dresses and Fursat

I Ms. 'grand pus.to"." He h... never She iiiuHt not faint. trial. The one distinct lmpres..ton shehadfrum ., I
eased to love her, and the situation now \U1.1;
q f i, becomes traclc.CHAPTER Home"Well?"-but where are you going ,. ,. Martin was the appalling \ I the lowest prices in the city.
one that he did not dream that she -
) MI.-Peter confesses 'nu "I was going to the dentist a min decided. their I .
had to sever union completely
4 I Iou to Cherry and she admit a Ilk. feel
"
log for himA situation .bordering on ice but It's not Important They and fluidly 0"I I We have well pleased and satisfied
hidden II Is created In the -dot'tor's and walking acrossto Laid many patronsin
>fi i Ails had turned were !: "Well, how's the valley\ ? Bore you Cherry an Appealing Hand
lilble
+ f ff I tie had iMiiru-Aed niule a receipt Anne for claim the fall money toN the ferry. She knew. that there was to death?" he !Interrupted the flow of His Arm. your city and it will be our pleasure to convinceyou
the ground and Alta and Cherry are DO way In which she might escape
his own topic to ask carelessly."Op .
financially' Independent. Heartbroken over time only. "But I can't back !I" she I
I their Iruxlc 1>"..lInn. Peter vainly seeksa him. \\liHt did you say? she said. no, Martha, she quivered. "I go how much you can save by buying atMark's
; solution which shall. make. for the mutual "1 asked you when the next boat added with a sudden force. and coodiction -
-I love !It there 1 .1".Ylllo'ed It !I"
M i hapilnea. of cherry and but I
| himself that reached him at last
s I q there ..cm no wayCIIAPTKR left for MUI Valley? "Alix: Is a fine girl-she'. a nice "
""'e can-go-find out." Cherry'sthoughts girl" Martin concededBut I can't "Why can't j-ou?
J' XtU.-Mrs. North Martin "Because you don't love me, Martin
t spinning. She must
Uoyil' aunt II.. her suspicion concernIng were co Peter I lie may he all right all
and know It I don't love
rJ } -jou ,, Sample Shop
Peter somehow It was twentyminutes
, Peter and cherry" and the lover feel warn that lah-dl-dah and Omar Khayyam
the danger of the situation. of eleven by the ferry clock. (; and Browning stuff may be> all right you !1""Veil
but you can't expect the way I
minutes of eleven. In twentyminutes
CIIAPTFKIVJoyce urgee Cherryto Twenty but I don't get; IUAnd he yawned
leave !Martin and -co away with, him the boat would sail. She contentedly In the. sunshine we felt when we got married to lastforever
I to some remote part of the. world, where women'swaiting ," he said, clumsily. "Do you I
of the
ti' liter I can live their lives together She thought desperately After a few .seconds. he gave Cber-
I f that Allx will i forlv she might suppose other men and women talk
finally consent feeling I room upstairs; ry au oblique glance, expecting her
.. and Peter niakee for this when the-the has
arrangement of telephoningfrom way novelty I
" ten! their Journey plead the necessity resentment.! But she was thinking too "
1 It. nut It had but one door, and deeply even to have heard him Her worn off?
,,1 6v Hut on The dock! of the g.uslllltA.It'anll'r. Martin would wait at that door. I "I don't know how they talk 1 only I
mind was working desperately asa
as
nlv dreaming lu the sunshine of Suddenly she realized that her only I know bow I feel. l"! Cherry said chilledby
caged animal, her thoughts clrelln.frantl.II .
m the soft, lacy .utumn day her heart ( the old generalization. j
of Peter to sendniesxenger.
was
hope warning windows walls and
r ,, trying ,
b ? turned sick with longing onre more. Mnrtln. who had stretched tits leg
'. Hut If Martin should
a : doors Inthe prison IDhl b she Get Your Car Ready
I Allx was forgotten everything was chance to connect her neighborhoodwith !' I found herself mud for to their length crossed them at the ,,

11 forgotten except. !',ter. Ills volre bin the boat when he met her, and bill* blamed b r"1f "bitterly escape.now for ankles and ahoved his bandit deep Into
( i tall figure, erect jet mot'lu; with thee her sending of n message to Peter |I allowing him. In! the surprise and fear his pa'kets. staring at the rating I A

o little limp she knew so well, mine to here' blue water with somber eyes.
she felt In the shock of tbelr unex-
", lier thoughts.. She thought of herself "I think there' a boat at eleven I| l, 'cteil meeting, to arrange this do.mesUe "What do you want?" be naked, For Winter Use.Save

U ; : ou the other steamer, only an hour something.' she said collectively."Suppose : and apparently reconciled return heavily .

from now, safe In Ids care, Martin ror- you go' and find out?" ,. the valley house. But It was "I want to live lay own life I" Cherry .
; r and all the atilt answered after a aileuve during
{ rotten, perplexities: She glanced' toward the entranceof too late now ] Too late for anything
nl'i tee of the old life forgotten which her tortured spirit seemed to
,''s disappointments the Sausallto waiting-room a hundred bit a bald and brave and cruel half-

In the flood of new. security yards. away, and a mad hope' hour that .should, at any cost, sunder coin the hackneyed phrase.
and joy, Los Angeles-New"-. OrleansFrance leaped. In her heart. If..h.. turned ht.hack them. "That stuff !" :Martin\ sneered under in oil and and

--It mattered not where they on her- Quick upon the thought came another his breathell, .nil right, I don expense gas, wear
wandered might well lose the care, get jour divorce! tie agreed "
; they "XThat are yet going; t* do? be : what should she and Peter plan

world and the, world them, from todayon. asked. somewhat surprised. DOW? For te supiiose, that their lives carelessly "But I'll "have somethingto tear by having your car overhauled before : '.

"I might to telephone Allx: ,I" Her say about that too be warned her.
were .t. be guided back Into the old
i y "So that U to be toy life-one of despair. lent her wit., If he went. to hateful channel by this mere mischance "You can drag the whole talug up before cold weather sets in. Better. service a

the blamed and Ignored .Otll..ur the ticket office, and she Into a telephone *- 'was preposterous. Within a the courts If you want to-only

Cherry mused, leaning/ on the rails booth she might'" escape him few days their Interrupted> trip must remember If you don't like It much, every way.Neglecting.

.; and watching" the plunge of the receding yet t While he dawdled here, minutes be resumed, perhaps tomorrow-perbaps you did It. It never occurred to we
I "t-lke heroines of even te think of such thing 1 I've
C water the were flying and Peter was watching this very night they would manage a

n I. r half the books-only It always seemed every car and every passer-by, torn It successfully.' Meanwhile unlit done my share In this business; you will'

r r ao bold and 10 frightful In books with the same agony that was tearing she could' see Peter alone there never asked me for anything t COQldal..e your car in cold weather

Q w II But to me It just seems the most natural her "If )'00'11 go find out the exact was Martin to deal. with, Martin who you that yon didn't get ; you've

9 thing In all the world. 1 love time and get tickets," she said Til was leaning forward valnglortoualy reciting never been tied. down to houseworklike do much damage. It may put it out of s

k i. J' Peter and he loves. me. and tbe earth telephone Allx. to her lung speeches he bad other women' ; you're not raising

la tig enough to hide ua, and that's TicketsT" he echoed, with all Man made to this superior or that a family of kids-go ahead tell every business. That entails annoyance and

1 an there Is to It. Anyway, right; or tin's old. maddening slowness.. "Martin" she said Impetuously Interrupting shop-girl In San Francisco all aboutIt

wrong I can't help It." ahe finished.\ "Haven't you eat a return ticket?" him, "I've got to talk to In the papers, and see bow much double "

r ,i rejoicing to find herself suddenly "I have mileage t nhc blundered."Oh. you I've meant to w rite It-so many sympathy you get !I" expense.

serene and confident then I'll use your mileage!I" times I've had It In mind ever since "Oh. you beast !I" Cherry said, between .

4 l : I It was twenty minutes past ten, a Martin said. Telephone." he added, I left Iced Creek I" her teeth, furious tears In her

warm sweet morning, with great hurrying nodding toward a row of booths, "110 i I I hoot !I" Martin .said wits his favorite eyes. The water" swam In a blur of .l

back and forth .t the ferry hurry ; we've, got piles of time ,I" look of Indulgent amusement blue before her as they row to go BATTERIES "

I 1, women climbing to the open seats of She remembered that be liked a '"There are marriages that withoutany downstairs at Sausallto. '

I : I' the cable can, pinning on their violets masculine assumption of easiness fault on either side are a mistake Martin glanced at her. with Impatience. Smith's Garage e ,
where all trains, tickets, railroad connections Her tears never failed to
i, a or roses as they climbed. ChUl'7.P"dtbroUlb Cherry began: "any contributory fault :EBUILTECHARCED! -
It all. beside. herself, now with and transit business of anysort I meaner anger him.

i excitement and strain only anxious: to were, concerned He liked to lob "Talk United States r Martin "Don't cry, for God' a.kel"! he said I

' q L bare the great bands, of the clock drop ter elaborately while other ..114'01,1.w'el' !. growled, smiling, but on guard. nervously glancing; about for possible. STARKE FLORIDA1'
, running liked to pull out his onlookers \\hat do you want me to ,
I I more speedily from minute to minute \! "Well. I think our marriage was one
'1 t and ao round out the terrible hour big watch stud assure her that they had 'I tall of those !" Cherry said. do? For the Lord's sake don't' make

I that Joined tile old life to the new. the time!' In the world. She tried "What have you got to kick; about' a scene until you and have a chance

i Jaer ta. c-fll a tw.mbtJ.lir: thn hoothj paid tojalk to 1It_over 'lukotlz:: _
} BU ate' JnuullllC .bll.ll11L.1.o1! !!. Uajjln sskej.pfter a pause -1.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1921.
, J" I'AGL i SIXJ4fW
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::1i!'" fl ; - THE ritinMiLV HAWK i I r :.
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J',,\ .'."' \, -...-.-.....-....-......----........-.--..-...-} A farmer boy who is a good shot :II II

: : ( : j r i Ii has )been specializing in hawks. He :I

The Bradford boasted of a kill of one day for the I I ; h
; With IUl
; ,' \ j : first two weeks of September and ''IIIhI ltu '"

\ 'I'If then he was only starting. Probablyhe l 55
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f 1" i\1 '
' t' : County Farmers thinks he is doing a service. On
: '
tJi : the contrary he is making a mistake.An '
II
, 111, .J.1.1t' occasional hawk kills an occa- I (

g;f,!! ,'Wi', ". "'f .....................-....-...........................-..-............... sional (thicken it is true. For that Yf r ,11 h ht' ,. III,,

.'' .I ";, h' i .J reason it is well to guard the poultryif I I
I'1 a hawk is seen around. Otherwisethe "

r i \1 if WEEK t, FACTS ABOUT TURTLES intended to be left in the "Jive box" hawk should be considered a '

' .i ', Ii" I for more than a day it must rest on friend, not an enemy. II IIII II

t She turtle Is a reticent amphibian, I the bottom. The air bubbling up from Chickens form only a part of the llll llllli III I..

,, yJ R L t and little is known of his ways. A. H. the bottom supply them oxygen, but hawk's diet. He likes a balanced II lIIw II

,fl.. Johns of Starke, a true .sportsman away from the bottom they cannot ration, which includes mice, grasshoppers a'l' l

'' .,;4' and therefore a naturalists, tells the get enough of this element' when con and a horde of insect pests whichmenace it
y
4' i k"' Telegraph) : reporter some interesting, fined to one place. Which seems to the farmer's garden and his
11 show that fish swim around, not in Buy pipe -
facts about these animalH. crops and work more harm in their a
,
I'I
t quest of food alone, but also of air,
''I On a recent trip to the Suwanneeriver quiet way than does' the bird of prey'

''I Mr. Johns' angling one afternoon in his spectacular drives upon the 1S\ il and some P.A.

''p Li I brought him 47 fish of different GOOD; SEED; A ]FACTOR IN SWEET I poultry yard.-Ex.UHAT"NO.rENCE". .

which he in his live, box". POTATO CROP II _
'1k51. l kinds put
I
{Y o ', I, The ]live i box wall made
+d ', t <>n wire. He sunk the box, into the Cartful] selection] of sweet potato FOR ST. MAItr, LOUISIANA: :'

F f water over night. Next morning he Deed: aids greatly in increasing yield! ,
+ + ., found\ nil but a few fish gone. In the t controlling disease and improving the We print it right here that if you don't know the

0 \ box, wan a big hole, cut as with wire type. The best !selection] of seed can The issue following of the; editorial Franklin from, (a La.recent ,)- "feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe-

jI! ) h: j I, nippers, by a big alligator turtle be made when the crop is harvested, Banner, netting forth some very GO GET ONE And-get some Prince Albert and
;t found close by, gorged with fish. for at that time one has a greaterquantity
r strong arguments in favor of the elimination bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong!
I'' '11 Most of the other fish had escapedthrough of potatoes to select! from
of free range; "is quoted in a
a'' the opening made. These the from the most
I can secure potatoes
recent bulletin of the Florida Devel- For Prince Albert's quality-flavor-coolness-
Nrlnr. Albmrt' i
t turtles grow to large size and have productive hills, get them flee from mold' ,
opment Board I in toppy r.
j I very strong/ jaws. They have nor disease, and secure about the proper : bar,tidy r.df tin fragrance-is in a class of its own! You never tasted J
"No has contributed poundand
v j one thing so' Jland om*
I '# ,, t; teeth, but the rim of the mouth is of size and type of potatoes wanted. much to the financial economic, and half pound tin such tobacco! Why-figure out what it alone means

//1 horn almost as hard as iron and sharp I' The attention of county agents and social welfare of our parish as this humidort pound aota'Wbee and in t ft* to your tongue and temper when we tell you that
t like scissors. extension workers has been called to !
f ordinance. Thousands of miles offences fpongm Prince Albert can't bite can't parch! Our exclusive :
j t'.t..r:
I Mr. Johns could form a good:\ idea this matter frequently during the and have ,
I t gates disappeared,
;'r' ; l 1 .J of the strength and voracity of thl'leI past, f(!w years when there was an effort on which there is no further expenseof patented process fixes that! I

j turtle from the following incident A made to secure more prolific varieties
II't repair and cleaning. Hundreds of Prince Albert is revelation in makin's cigarette!
r bog WEB found on the liver bank or even get varieties' fairly a a
!good townspeople and farmers
are
,, showing signs of distress. The hindquarters true to name. It has not been uncommon relieved of the worry, harrassment My, but how that delightful flavor makes a dent!

," of the animal were in the to find several varieties of And how it does that hankering Prince r.i r.
and damage done by roaming fence- answer
,, i,' YI water. On examination it was found potatoes, from vines that have been '
4 brl'aldngcattll'. All the vexing unneighborly y Albert rolls and stays put because it is crimpedcut.
n that an enormous turtle wits holding sent out from some of our best, sweet easy

"t . the hug( with the long and sharp claws potato plant,] growers, and for that cattle! damage disputes are no longer arising known.from fl And, say-oh, go on and get the papers or a pipe!

$ with which its forefeet are armed, reason there is always a difficulty in "Our roads are clean and unobstructed Do it right now!
Je while it was gnawing away at the getting first-class need when the bed, : .
by sleepincows, or straying -
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aye' hog's) flesh with its sharp beak, One is. ready to be set.
stock. Travel on foot, by horse
jk; Jj of the hams was nearly all eaten up. Seed potatoes should be kept separate
is safe The
or car by night or day.
S4c .! The hog/ was put out of its misery and in the bank or storage house,
road ditches
are no longer trampledand
the turtle killed. I From this incident<< and receive a little] extra care. It PRINEE LBERT
the drainage. clogged. Followingthe
f it may be inferred that many depredations will require about one bushel per acre passage of this law came other Copyright 1821

't i, for which alligators have to be planted, fwd it should not be by K. J. Reynold
changes just as important as the .
I been blamed were really committedby difficult, from an field, to Tobacco Co.Wl..to
f 4 average savings on the yearly expense hills ..- ...., the national
turtles.When select two or three times the number .c. joy smoke
of farmers and townspeople
the turtle is not hunting it Is of bushels needed to plant the next
"In the towns, gardens sprung up -----
# fidhing./ Its InjCl'nlnus'ay\ of, "angI \- year's acieagc.
I ling" was shown to Mr. Johns by un Potatoes that are to be harvestedfor where no gardens had been before. Tuesday evening.Mr. Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
Flowers bloomed where bare fences and Mrs. J. S. Howard of .
if order fertili.zer
; old. river man. Under the tongue the seed purposes should be carefully I' you your
+ 4 has and vacant space stood before. Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Tues without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty
t alligator turtle a muscle that run dug/ so that they will no be
j t 5r ? be inflated till it resembles" somewhat broken or bruised; then sorted before Brushy fence lines gave way to clean day.Mrs. i Materials! prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers In-

the pendant on a turkey jjobler's] head. they are put in the bank, and sorted cane divisible rows only and neighbors'the crops were D. S. Scott of Valdosta, Ga., II secludes, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
by owners.
It selects a suitable spot In the bottom a second! time before the seed arc I is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hurrcll O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
i "This ordinance affected not only
end buries itself in the mud. Itt planted] In the beds. this week. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA*
I but cattle well. The scrub
41 then opens its jaws till they resemble Potatoes from vine cuttings are crops, as S. S. Proctor visited friends in La- BrandT
cow, steer or hog, was soon found to I Get. Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem
i a steel trap set and causes the muscle more desirable for seed than those! Crosse this week.A. .
be unworthy of its keep and it was replaced
1 o mentioned to wiggle like a worm. from draws, as the danger of transmitting E. Proctor spent Tuesday at I i
] by good, well-bred animals, :
visitor cured
to Starke.C.
"abltua.AlntllUpatton:
Fish ure attracted, and when grubbing disease from the plant bed Sapp.
until today St. Mary parish has a In 14 to :31 Days ,
'S Misses Norma Dekle' and I A. Pardon, of Tampa the
innocent-looking "worm" are to the field] is much less. The custom Ruby was I
higher grade of livestock "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a ipecii !
themselves grabbed by the tut'tie. of planting\ inferior potatoes for than average other in the state. Proctor spent the week-end at Five I guest of relatives and friends here prepared Syrup Tonlc-Laxa'Jve for Habit+ I
Ke parish
b ; ; On one of his fishing trips to the) growing( draws or vines, is ]largely] any Monday. Constipation. It relieves promptly, t*|
The stock ]law has ] made this Mile.Math
I. r Suwunnee !Mr. Johns learned I that responsible for the low yields that largely Dukes, of Dukes, was a business I Mrs. T. J. Durden and daughter, should be taken regularly for 14 to 21di"I

fish. can be drowned. He hud suspended pievuil. The sweet potato crop will had possible.three The scrub poor milk family cows that on openrange once :, visitor to town Friday. I Mrs. F. II Chesser, have returned induce Regulates.regular_ Very action.Pleasant It Stimulate to Tak\ )' !*'|I ,

a "h\e box" containing! many fish, never become an important one until Those attending the state fair in from Jacksonville, where they have per> bottle. ,>
of milk
to get two gallons ,
+( about half way I between t the surfaiv the growers recognize the value of : poor Jacksonville Tuesday were Mr. and I been the guests of friends and rela
fences ties her on a
now one cow or
of the water and the bottom. Whenhe selected varieties and IIl'l'ctIIl'l.] ,\ .<< .- Mrs. Garris and baby, Dr. and Mrs. tives. \
to produce the same amount of CASKETS
came back for his fish two days I Bonifay Advertiser. rope) E. Maines, Mrs. Rafe Johns and Miss Miss Juanita Birt visited friends I COFFINS &

later ]lie found some of them d"fHlnn.1. good milk Williams.Mrs. I I and relatives in Alachua county Sun- And a Full Line of

the rest neatly so. An experienced( Many people become charitably inclined LAKE BUTLER\ J. T. Davis and son, of Val] Undertaken' Supplies

fisherman, told him that the fish were when there is u newspaper at dosta, visited Mrs. D. W. forum this I day.A very interesting farmers meetingwas .,.

i .5 "drowned," and that when fish. are< irir.d: to herald the fact Lake Butler Nov. 18.-Mark Tom- week.J. I held at the city hall Saturday. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

lin, of Johnstown was a business vis- E. Maines and Hugh Register, of Several addresses were delivered by Always on hand. The best Mr-

itor here Saturday. Gainesville, spent Sunday with home- men from this state and Georgia. The vice at the lowest prices. Spe

rI Mrs.! H. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry, folks. farmers of this section expect soon dial attention to telegraph or-

I, and Miss Sheuly, of Florahome, were Misses Alberta and Lota Biclling to be organized into a fruit and vegi- ere. Registered Embalmff.

week-end visitors at the home of Mrs.W. were accompanied home for the weekend table exchange which will be a greatthinJl ,

5, JI s ra C. Townsend.Mr. by Miss Ruby Phillips. for the farmers as well as for DeWTIT C. JONES t
a", Miss Mae Dukes spent the weekend Hampton. A picnic dinner in connec-
: Turner and daughter of New STARKE, FLA.
:1' River in town Fri with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :tion was thoroughly enjoyed.
a were shopping!
? + 4 I'-I'l r l: 1000 MILESi:)O Ben Duke, of Five Mile. J. P. Peeplcs and Miss Pubis Holiday Immm -
day.Jeff
Elder
Harris, of New River, was in Presiding Rooney deliveredan were guests of his son, Herbert I t I Pay
To Cure Cold in Ont
a
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it1 THE able sermon at the club room Sun ',
town
Monday.Ned Peeples, Monday. QUININE 'ltI.
Biclling, of Providence, motored day morning H, B. Weest, of Waldo, was a busi- Take.loP"the LAXATIVE tough: end BROMO, H.dRI'he" sod wi., 011.
I RU1'Cl TIRE FIATS Butler Rev. G. W. S. Ware was a guest of Cold t:,W. GROVE' oltiimture tat
to Lake Monday. inoss visitor here Tuesday. )
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S. Proctor
i Mr. and Mrs. John Mott spent Sun- S. Friday evening.! Hiram Wnsdin, of Graham, was a --

r d CURES RIM Curs CERTAIN & SURE clay at Five Mile guests of Mr. and Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was business visitor here Monday. i,
ti I
e .
transacting business in town Satur- tI
; l Mrs. P. P. Dekle. : ,
1 O. Haynes is having his boardinghouse 1886 > I tf

SAVES WOR'RYLOSS OF TitlEs DOLLARS Mr. and Mrs. Brady Brown and day.The near the depot, repainted.Dr. '
O. E. S. members visit
enjoyed a
S the week-end at their
children
spent Middleton, of Starke was a recent I
\ HOMY BCfftF'NOT' SAlFS qD. Friday evening: from the Grand
I wN1 home at Miller. visitor here.P. t
,. I B. Y. P. U. held an interesting Matron of the order for the state. M. Geiger, of Thereqsa, was DAVISINSURANCE 4 i Iw
t.1 Mrs. Peter Tomasella of John- at-I
t
6 program! Sunday at <5:30.: tending to business here Saturday.John ::
1 :own, was a guest of Mrs. Mattie
,'r' The state field secretary of the Ep- Parker has been the guest of i

: m.adP 6) REIEl"tflNcTt C9.. worth League met with the League Markee Friday. I his brother, James, of Campville. iI'
Miss Edna of I't
d Epperson Alachua ]
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I LATE CITY/X A.
Hay Newsom, of Graham, was a
CALOMEL MAY TURN spent the week-end with her parents, ,
1] ON YOU NEXT TIME Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Epperson. business 'visitor here Friday. 1

Mrs. Nannie Lou Varnes and daughter -, Mrs. C. E. Harper returned from

Next Dose You Take May Salivate Miss Lucille, of Johnstown, were Leaksville, Miss., where she has been STARKEAll p

and Start a World of Trouble' in town Saturday. the guest of relatives for several f 1 n

weeks. I

Calomel Is quicksilver. It HAMPTON An election held here
mercury; was Tuesday
:' HE TIRE PLATE will cure any and all Rim-cuts crashes into s..ur bile like dynamite, for bond trustee for this district. A. women are born bcautiM-J c

w whether short or long. No matter how rough cramping and sickening you. Calo- Hampton, Nov. 18.-A. L. Sullivan A. Durden was elected. the eyes of their mothers }1 it ity itf' :

I the road or how dark and stormy the night the mel attacks the bones and should never of Miami was the guest of friends David Jones had as a guest his son- thi'l

Tire Plate holds the l Rim-cut SAFE and CERTAIN. be put into your system.If and relatives here Sunday. in-law Albert Sullivan, of Miami, on There's a big to-do over P&" 'y, J

rr firm and strong. It makes the Rim-cut the you feel] bilious, headachy, con- Saturday evening a social was en- last Sunday. that China is unable to pay the I" !

n stipated and all knocked out just go Joyed by the young people at the Mrs. Josephine Sullivan was shopping $5,000,000 they owe us, but in tw ,
strongest place on your tire. Does not disfigure is easily attached to your druggist and get a bottle of home of Miss Ethel Hunt. The guests in Starke Saturday. of some of our noble "todllers"t J+! na

'' , and detached. It does ALL YOU WANT IT TO DO. Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents report a pleasant evening. 'I J. B. Prevatt and wife, of Starke, eminently proper to cancc' t' '

t h I It covers the situation and MAKES YOU GLAD. When tires which is a harmless vegetable sub- B. J. Johns was a business visitor I I were visiting here Sunday. lions In debts some other mAc '.n

are completely worn out remove them and use on other stitute for dangerous calomel.] Takea to Starke Monday. Mrs. F. E. Henry has been a busi- owe us. )r

themselves and spoonful and if it doesn't start your W. B. Alexander, who has been In nes svisitor to Jacksonville.The "
R! Rim-cut tires. They for over over again oeap'i
pay liver and straighten you up better south Florida for several weeks, returned new additions to the railroads In the opinion of many

thus costing the user nothing. They are backed by our and quicker than nasty calomel and to his home here Saturday.Mrs. l here have been completed and are now will take a lot of fighting '' reI'I I;

I MONEY BACK GUARANTEE that they will give the most without making you sick, you just Annie Johns and granddaughter ready for use. peace to this world. :
;
{. complete satisfaction. If you cannot procure them from your go back and get your money. Johnnie Luc Drawdy, of Jacksonville ld

'b p local dealer we will mail them postpaid upon receipt of price. Don't take calomel! It makes you were visitors here Saturday.Mrs. True love may make the world go Never ask a fool questiar I''I:1

i sick the next day; it loses you a day's J. P. Sullivan had as her guest: : round, but it takes a bunch of coin to may be taken for one. \i

fit $1.00 with instructions for attaching. work. DodsoR'n Liver Tone straightens Monday Mrs. Mamie JoJnes, of The- keep going. M- 'J'

' you right:; up and you feel great. ressa. The doctrine that all men arc r .

f t BRIERE JENNINGS COMPANY!; No salts necessary Give it to the Rev. Butler, of Campville preachedat Forget your last year's winter hat. equal may be all right but the >f f' "r .6'I I

'I &. children because it is perfectly harmless the Baptist church Sunday. You will look a lot handsomer to the who depends upon it to keep u" '

I Lake City, Florida and cannot salivate.-Adv-64 Miss Ethel Hunt has been a recent dealer if you wear a new one. the push gets left.
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FBHIAV NOVEMBER 11'. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUKE. FLORIDA '
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BIG HAY AT STATE FARM itor to Citra for the week-end. llai-rell J. V. Edwards and daughter 91s,00o.0o. payable 10 year, ant date thereof Sri' ((1.41\ "' Nwlwuat Quarter (l-4i.
and
'FARMER BROWN Clayton Strickland of Kinpsley Georgia II B. Edwards and family. annum with, payable Intrrmt.at,.rmi-annually the rale of e |the>er eent Ant day par and Wt.t Northea Half il-2i'Quarter of Mouth.a.t. { ..Southaail)
l-4)) of .
Prison Congress: Learn Details of Unique lake, arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. Joe Waters died at her residence of Which.l.nutry said and bond July wore of each luued year.for the yuarler):'IP(1-4.. uf Moctlon tw.nty.tx' (55)|, r

Institution I declare to 1 wonder his uncle Rev. James Strickland. in this section. Thursday morning of eoiiKtruolinii a .....01 cf waterworks purpoae .o tlrrt tr.etvtof 1 Blind I l d...erlbedaa twenty. t 1(0).. A U
goodness and the ktrln
: liuhtinii plant of the Town llenlnnln
I where that boy is ? We are all readyto )'. M. Crews was a business visitorto Nov. 10th.) Her death followedan of Stark. Bradford ."'lI1tlf10rld... youth of Northwest four hundred Corner forty of sitlon, ) yardl.

illness of five weeks.The .. Thla the lot day of Novcmbor. A. D. 1821. y-nve I twen
Nov. 2 :! American Starke Saturday : 'i: ? (7. gatilh,
Kalford 1921.-The go home and he'i nowhere to be D. C. ,JONES twenty :,, FMt..hlnd'run Fact; rants

Prison Congress who have beenin found. J. E. Bohannan and daughter Miss. deceased who before her marriage ii1I4t123Chair,,,.,. Iowa CoUhOn d-ed flfty,,'lieht (4Mi| >..,. ; South thlrtaTn .

session in Jacksonville since Oct. Never mind Samantha. He will Ernie May and Matthew Bohannan I was Miss Nola Waters, was -- .--- --- -- --- undred:hundred,' flriy-rf.rht twenty ((18201 I46D yard.yard,;. .n"dNoryj

have today visited the State Farm. I spent Sunday in Lawtey. reared in Bradford county Beside !01111' thirteen. hundred twenty (11820Iudo.\ to .,t
29 around If ,
come poking' pretty -noon. In Court of County Jmlite. Stale of I'loiida, lend of iK-irlnnlinr. All of shove described,
indeed to J. I. Marr and Carl Wilkinson were her husband he is survived by four Bradford County.In briny In wllon
this
It was a rare sight Bee he don't we will not wait on him. He twenty-nva ((25)l, town.'d
small children Flora Lee Bertha May r. wtute of William O. Tlaon. minor. -nip. .' M rail ITI 1 south, ranve twenty ( 0)) coat 1
.
noble Catherine: ; of men and women I has to foot it anyway Can't ride on vis tiers to Haiford Friday night. Notice if hrn-liy irlien. to all whom It mar .n"i."inA In the ".."....l. tlm.. hundred ,
and Purvis. ... ....... "' ( '!|)) .... .
all of the United States Mrs 1). L. Rigby, of Starke, was Russell rnnrern. thai' 1'h.d. a> iiuanllan of acres more or .
from parts of all these Let him Bald
top rang. get: William O Ti.on.. minor' will un the Xliiid I I sale to satisfy, said decree and costa
and some from Europe. back the best way he can. I told him here Wednesday to attend the funeralof The interment took place at ElzeyChapel day' of IVewnlu-r. A. D. IOt I. ai'hly the A. 8. CHEWS. ) '.
I' 1J-4.ll.2.1 '
Friday Rev G.V.. Honorable H. A. Greta county juiure ami Pp..rtal, Muter \.
Arriving at Elarbee depot they he could not ride home. Get up RUB.tus. Mrs. F. M. Crews. I cemetery I for ...''d oou"ll.t Ma' office In ...urtho.... I Iat I ---
S. Ware conducting the obsequies.Floral Rlarkr, In Mid county and elate, at 10ociock -
were met by a cavalcade of motor cars a. a,., or aa noon thereafter a. the I I (lllOtH> i OR rriiucATiovt
shown the model LAWTKYLawtey offerings were many and the mailer cun .be heard for ; rr,"11 Court. Stan
and were over dairy How many quart cans did you buy 1 authority to aril at t .,., of florlda. Fluhthccr'y
1.ul.lie or private. sale, the Cir"ltlBradford :
remains were followed to their last following duerrlhoilrial County in thaa.Town .
and transported in cars through the and what did they cottt whale. the roirty of William O. Umin y
resting place by a large concourse of a minor In odd county of llmdrWd and of Start, a munlelpaloortwwtinn f
atnte
beautiful Interveneing country arriv- I Nov. 18. Dr. G. W. Brown
bought 200 at $0 per hundred. I of tl..rl.I.wh .

ing at the farm proper about 11:30a. wish I had not bought my barrels so went to Jacksonville Tuesday to take mourners. 'I I...The, Yteot Thlrly-l and two-thlyd.I : feet of .. Complainant.. 1
noted for her B and 7 or Illoek I" in the oriitmal townof /
m. It was an inspiration to note early.] Can now buy new :for $2.RO Jeff Prevatt to St. Luke's hospital for Mrs. Waters was energy $torke. Florida. which apiihratlon" will Iw! I S.lma Severaon r
and industry and WAS a loving hailed upon the licllllon for such Mile I Defendant +
the expressions of the various visitors now on
and resteamed for $2. They're as an operation.Mrs. Ill* In ...Id eourt. It m'Iwsrlne, ly effldsvit appended, to the ,

on their arrival here. There were of good as the new when you can get : J. E. Brown and daughter and faithful mother to her children. Da led Nov. 17. 1P21. I hili 11I..1 In the .I..t.d. can".. that Selm.

course the pessimistic ones and the them. There's that pesky boy. Miss Flora, of Waycross, Ga., spent She was generous and R'IJJ1atht'tic.alwa8 ) E. M. JOHNS THEOHORE 1ISON.Ouardlun. nnenwl.irnt::::::: Ithed8t.t.tofnFlcrlda; : \ ; :'.endure51.ke 11

with kind An..."..,.. ItlHMlimriMMI8SIOMCKH' .t D' near AL loud. ) '
to
help actions 'ark.
ready State
and all of
skeptical wore the' expressions Why, Sliver, what in the world is the week-end with relatives in Law- Mnn.oda. and that her .dd..... Ie R. It. Nn.

on their faces saying "you've got to the matter? Been run over by an tey. and encouraging words where RALKHenliy that I. Ilex she H7.I. 8l..Ingle Louie lark Minnesota. end 1
and prevailed. These notice I la given thai under and by I a woman and .. over the
show me, and they were. Nothingelse auto oh what? Your clothes are Mrs. E. L. Biggs of Starke, visited need sorrow Urlue of that certain di"'n.. of partition made sue ilercd. of that twei.ly.one secret It I. therefor or- li ,

of course could have been expected all torn. relatives in Lawtey Thursday. traits made many friends for her and entered In the Circuit Court in and for I. her' ..by aid rruuln'd non-rc.ldrnt defendant I... and 1
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llradford county, Florida In rhoneorl110.. appear to the hill of
but they were shown a sight Don't worry, ma. Just had a little Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville who mourn her departure with the be VTth dHy of Oololwr. A. D. m'l. In ". of romi.lalnt Monday, the mud ftl Ih In ".aid. cauae on or befora
If'
Mary Kaulemon. complainant; ; .. .1or December. A. t>.
which in tip"Vhole of our great Un- reavedrelatives.. airainMNoal I othcrwlie
scrap. I'm used to fighting and is spending a few days in Lawtey at linuli'mon and Jake Itauleraon. di'fendnnui ellll'I he Ink,," na the conf,all.watlon...,ed hy acid of. drfrndiuL ,t tIt

ited Staes has never been seen before. this is nothing. Say pa what are the home of her parents. Rev and ,sill tlw at tindcmlarnod the front eotnmlaaloiiera dour of the rourthou will olFernnd !" .f"MI'i.r ordered. that (10'. order lie

At 11:45: the entire body adjourned you going to do with all the cans'lWhat's Mrs. E. D. Boyer The :fellow who "doesn't think" In Clarke, Bradford county, Florida, durinil wevka pul.ll.hed III the once llr.ilri.nl a week for four <' l the .h'Kal ho,,,', of tale Monday the 6th County Telegraph, a
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to the Auditorium where Supt. J. S. lot of trouble for himself und < "'"'"'' l"luh"1"1 ln
this tin thing'lThat Col and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins and chil- saves a day of llpremlier. A. II. 1821. to the lilitheet laTc", sal.' louiity end

Blitch after a short introructory address is a syrup skimmer. Cost CO dren ","..visitors here Sunday after- inflicts it upon others. iny und arriWd l.eat kildder real for emale caul In altuatvd hand the follow rule Ortuber 29, 1821.I .
and iHilnii
introduced the lion. W. A. Mc- cents, and that syrup dipper cost me noon. In tlradforil County, Mitrlila, to-wlti '| I IAr.h I O. W.Clerk! AF-HKUMAN.:

Rae who welcomed the American fool offer criticism, but it Thu South' Half of the Southcaiit. Quarterpf Circuit. Court
75 cents. Any can Hy C. A. KNI< lI'I'.
the Northwmt
Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Gainesville Quarter/ of the NorthwifitM A. CHKWS
Prison Congress in his official capacity Did get' shotgun shells I takes brains to pet into the class of ( .rt.-r. of "....lI..n Thlrll/.."' '', Township I 8oleil..r, for Complainant. l)"> !l4.Dt.JORDKR l,.
you any visited relatives in 22 ,-
Lawtey Sunday. live, 11.,1 h. of Kanire Twenty-two E..... oon- : -
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as Commissioner of Agriculture want to go hunting soon as quails are Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter Miss I the criticised. taming M\e Acne, more or l..... ,
representing the State of Florida.Dr. A. B. CREWS: KOM rtlBI.ICATION I .
ripe.I Joyce, were visitors to Starke Friday F. K. I'l-HKVMAN. : In Circuit Court. State of Florida F.lghla, f
O. F. Lewis, Secretary of the American M. .. BIIOWN. I Judicial' (Circuit llradford r
County
declare Sliver I forgot the shells. Miss Eunice Whitehead spent several That far eastern question is moving A. 7.!. ADKINS. Commlraloneni. i err,. In Chaa- ,

Prison Association responded I They' had stacks of them all kinds. days with relatives In Starke last westward. Washington itt a good Coniplainant'a Solicitor. 11-4-DI-12-S Maria L. Klrklltor and I. W. Klehlll.... her ''

The lion. Ernest Amos comptroller : I'll be going In again before the season week. place to halt. MAHTKK'S: BALK1'nihr hiuband, complainant va Q'

lIon. J. C. Luning, State Treasurer opens and I'll lay In a supply. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and hy virtue of a final decree of I I Kol.crt Nixon ti'frndanLI
and Hon. Rivers II. Buford Attorney- returned fmvolomin. n'm1i, >red hy Hon. A. V. Ixmir, in1 aPpe.rlnr*!:! *"/ .ltlll,>'" .l'l..-nd..d to the ,
Saw several big coveys down in the home from Starke Thursday where The nations of the earth will not Judiie of the Circuit! Court of the Klirhth I Ju-' sled In the, ahove elated ..u.. that Rob.
General were also introduced. Aftera back field] this morning. continue to rilcml, Circuit of Horliln. In and for Bradford 'I crt Nixon the dvfenilanl, therein named la a r
Mr. McLeod has been employed for stack arms as long as we niiinly, In chancery, lialed the HUtiil day of i nnn-rtalrient of the state of r'lnrlda, and that
very pleasing entertainment rendered What did Mr. Jones say about business several weeks. make arms to be Blacked. I Ocuihrr.; 1IUI. In a eau.e therein pendlnir'whcnln I the rcelilenre of the .&A.. rii femlant I. un
by the Inmates the members Mi.alu-lh: Johnion. I. roinnlalnant. known and la over the, axe of twenty-one
these days ? Mrs J. T. Moore was a visitor to and Jonathan IVukea, aa ilmlnl.tialor of the yearai It I. therefore ordered that said non- "
were then shown over the various table of B I). llukm. Ureiaaedl Jonathan n.ldint defendant Im and la hereby
He said it's trouble to sell plenty the required
no and
Starke the first part of the week. Faith, hope charity-and dukes. .. ailmlnlalralor of the eetaUi. of Nona I lo. ai.pear. to the\ bill of eomnlalnl filed In acid ,
buildings in the stockade and what of goods but some folks forget! to Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Stark most expensive> of all is charity. Duki-n, di... M'il ; belaud' Pukra a minor, ...u.. on, or before Monday, the Slat day of f fjforEveiy
they saw was instrumental in na Diikra, a minor. K. N. Dukn. a Nov"",.,,.. A. l>. 11111.* othvrwlae the alleiia-
very come in and pay their bills the first was a business visitor to Lawtey last and. II.Mlia Ilukre, a minor. are .. ".., "lIeI.1 f (lion of .Id bill will be taken aa confined y

obliterating the skeptical expressions of the month. Some just forget whenIt Thursday. :Seek; not to !Ijft the veil of the fu .h..ln I vaa apiolnt. .,..*.1.1 meter by said defendant. i1
,
from of the faces. ehanecry lo exrrule .alii decree. I, aa ,,, It la further orilered. that Ihli Miler be publl.heri -
some is pay day but he don't. Cattsdldn't Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and little daugh- turn Your coming sins might scare niMHU-r. will ...11 1.-fore the courthouse door for elKht oonaecutlve weeka In the '
Then the Southern In Htarko llrailfnrd counts, Florida lH>tween I Hradford County Teh-irraph I
came barbecue a newapater pub.
forget it was court week either. ter left Saturday for their home in you into taking the buck trm'k.Ev'ry "... liwnl' ho um of.n L'! on Monday. the Klh li.hed In aald' county and atate. d

hospitality reigning supreme. There lie was headed for Starke but they' has his. hours of weakness I day of llrcomlwr.. A. 11 1921.( to the Idrhwland Till. September SI, 11(21.
Alexandria Va., after spending I man heal lil.l.lvr ...
several for .h. the followlna- derrhi (I. W, ALDERMAN.
lemonade
were beef pork, fruit coffee shooed him to Lake Hutlcr. them >d real r.tale (11..11 '
over weeks in Lawtey with her but most of us lengthen I I Clerk Circuit Court
and other good things to eat that parents In-I That ciTtuln trnnt or linrcnl of altuate, fly' C. A. KNKillT
.d.dI :
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. to days. ; ( lylnir and hoinuIn llrailfurd county I Florida. 1) 'puty Clerk
are too numerous' to mention in fact comprl.lnii the Rmithraiit Qnnrtrr (I-1). of I INurtlu t.. F. KNiaiiT.
all the fixings that help make a real LONG BRIDGE Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley, was . denies her
a visitor to Lnwtey Sunday. The modern woman never
Jiarbccue, had
Everybody
a success.
Mrs. T. J. Terry spent the week- ag(.. She paints it out.
\plenty to eat and everybody was con' Long Bridge: Nov. 18.-H. T. Tar-
end with relatives in Jacksonville I
tented. nell of New River, attended church ruiu.ic NOTICE

After the barbecue the visitor here Sunday "'. M. Redding in' spending several llYivliy rot ire i in ittv >n that on TuiwilBy. the Fords
days with his family in Jacksonville fish day of DfciimlHT.' IWil. ..t 7 iHO o'clock
were conducted to the main gate and Smith Denmark of I Raiford attended n, m.. eniincil of tAiv town or Htnrk QnIi
his week. in nlJ'rro': : :.,, Flnrlilfi.I nt the. council l lI
there were shown how inmates were services here Sunday evening CfHtmkHT In tho town hall In Ihit mild town ctl
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daily checked out to their various S. C. Crews was attending to business Rev. E. D. Boyer attended a Baptist !, Hiurki. will eonviilfr the, r.-fundinw. >'V .BMulnir.
Union meeting at Belle View last ,r rt'fitndltipr.. ....nel.. or ottii'rwtne. that mrt| of
jobs. What a shock and a surprise! in New River Saturday. (I Ih.I lHin<(*'tl Indi'tMi'flntHiH rt'lirtMti-ntt. 101/l tluiwioiiH.ti .
week. Umtln (Laurel by the old 1 town orI
They had expected to see some guards I Chester Andreu of New River ntj | .*t toI i U., dntcd Jnnunt I. Itmif. fiKiircirHtNo Field 1Jse-T
The Cox family 'Who assisted in a (
with guns, but there were no guns no j I tended the candy boiling at the home --- -- --
revival mooting here several months
brutal ranting, swearing abusing. 1of Miss Winnie Mac Canon Friday Worm m a Healthy CtitEd "5 r

ago! were In Lawtey last week and All chadren troubled with Worms have
guards: truly a remarkable iuht. I nil/ht. I an UDtnalthyoolur. -
while here were guests of Mr. and'' which Indkatos per blmxl. and ...
heard warden remark "that If he I Miss Mary Humble and Mrs. W. M.
one .
I ruin II.* Is more or I I. M ttomach dl.turbauce.I.J JLat't
Mrs.
R. II. Thede.
j I
would try to run his prison without ; Thomas were visitors to Luke Duller I I
I Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughters lady for two or throe work will enrich the hued
guards for one night, there wouldn'the Saturday. ImprovethedlywtionandactnaaorereIStruni| 'h.
Mrs Misses
enough prisoners left the nextmorning I U. I). Johns and wife, of Pine Hili.JIIIRR.d Wyrick Joyce and i'rnlnSTlmlctothewhole nyiitem. Nature will thru

Cliuidii, were visitors to Stuikc first thriiw. nffordlNiwI the w,,""...and the/ Child will lie
the \breakfast bell. through our section Sunday.Mr. \ .
to ring '
of the week !I latHTfnU, b on I th. Piemaot to tnho.' 70c per tMjtlla

That Is only one of the many expressions I und Mrs. John Crews and son, part ._ - --- -
Miss Geneva Hodges of
I heard. They were then shown Carl, attended church here Sunday. JII'ksonI|
villp] in visiting relatives I.uwti'y j
,
over the farm and its various industries I 1*. S, Crews was attending to business this week. Nothing equalsSAPOLIO

the cooper shop paint shop, in Lake Butler Saturday
: Mrs. Leona Hayncs( and non, of I 5
blacksmith shop saw mill retort Mrs. Lloyd Clark and children were

plant, power plant, cane mill. Cane week-end guests of her mother Mrs' Jacksonvillewere guests !Sunday": atl I forscouring/ Fumes L !
I the home of Mr. und Mrs. M. Pud- I Does
i t31'er'
grinding being in progress, the visitors John Hayes of Lake Butler. get t. I >

were all served with generous A canily pulling was enjoyed the I II
Deputy Sheriff Baisden of Starke 1 polishing
portions of cane juice in fact the serving home of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Cason Ever I:
was a business visitor here Thursday i
of cane juice almost developedinto Friday night. A large crowd attended I cutlery. '
The Woman's Missionary\ Society'| i'
a riot; they were also shown and reported 1 a nice time. ,
met at the Baptist church Wednesday >
through the various fctorc-rooms and H. O. Rivers was attending to business I Makes all I I
afternoon with a )large attendance. I
warehouses, the chicken and hog in Lake Butler Thursday. metalwarelook
Mrs. J, J. Rigdon of Starkc '
ranches. One of the most novel sightswas Prayer meeting was well attendedat spent like new's I
several clays In Lnwtey last week at '
the hauling of a saint: log-cart the home of Mr, and Mrs Miller
the home of her daughter Mrs. John I'
drawn by six ox..n. most of the visItors Johns Sautrday night reading by Miller -

have never seen an ox-cart in Johns. Mann. I JOHNWHITE&COUmatovux F//s You n plowdislc, I
Elder Matthew
Bohannan of Plant
their lives. After an extensive sightseeing Era Crews and little son, Roy, Jr., ..... la 1w Silos harrow harvest
City preached at the Advent church ,
tour they were transported to were visiting homefolks] Sunday. .apatr t I
Sunday] He was a resident of Law. -rWtdi.ta thresh bale hay: '
the special train at the State FarmJune.tion. Reddish Andreu and brother Chester I
tey at time and has friends. MN e i
one vsnfjsnaRtw
where they embarked for attended church here Sunday af- many .. d grind feed, fill tho
who are always glad to extend to hima
JackHunville. tormuin. silo wood
welcoming hand. Furs saw ,
This noble body of men and women Rev. Williams of Starke, preachedan
Carr Colley of Starke visited relatives to water pull
pump
are carrying on a great work in the interesting sermon here Sunday.A ,
here Sunday. fhc Quinine JA Doc ,hot, Alfrct t !>" It.. do roadwork
United States. They have interviewed large" crowd attended stumps, :
Miss Mittie Padgett and nephew Dmumn. Its tome: end lax"ave rffwl A I
visited and corresponded with inmates Dock Crews spent' the weekend at Car TlVh: I1KOMO OOININK nub) .i.) ,nn I bi, lul or other
Brown ore visiting relatives in any
by cnyiin vllhnut rniiHlnJ iiervni in*
in Graham. !
of practically every prison Jacksonville this week Int': Lead 5.. e.6RuvtSeta! Grins
around
the country and they have never' before Rev. Daugherty and wife who have : Fece = power job I
M. L. Loadholtz of i
been so deeply impressed, as by been holding a series' of meeting at I Jacksonville To Stop a Cough Quick the farm quicker,
spent Sunday in town with his fam-
r the sights seen here. The skeptical Graham arrived Monday to assist ly.' take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a easier and at less !

, were convinced that a prison or a prison Rev. Williams in a week's meeting. cough medicine which stops the cough by
Jerry Bohannan of Highland was a healing; the inflamed and Irritated tissues cost toyouwith the I
farm can \be conducted on a human Everyone: invited to attend. There' I
visitor to I.awtey Sunday A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
' basis as ours is here, that is, by will also be services Saturday and The annual election of officers for : SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and Fordson Tractor.

treating the inmates in a human way Sunday. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
the town will be held Monday. Candidates : Twenty-four hours each
' as human beings I don't mean by Donald Adkins attended church at If A YF.5' HEALING HONEY. The salve

that that they should \be petted orpamp"p New River Sunday. are Blow] In coming forward. should be rubbed on the chest and throat Runs day, every working day in

There are two aspirants for the mayor's of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. fK liin9M9chnr the it will
office, R. R. Thede and A, II. Har- The healing enVx-t of Ifayea 1fecIlnahoney In- 1
here every man is' required to to New' River Saturday. aide the throat combined with the lieallui! affect of mum service. Light but
ley.
l.rovna O-Heu-lrete Halve
do his bit, and if he shows the proper i Rev. Blake filled hid appointmenthere the akin soon .(ope.oounh.n tbroufti the pore of powerful it gets from jobto

spirit he is given nn opportunity to Sunday.Mrs. <.>h remedlea are parked la one canon and the
BRADFORD cent of the combined treatment,SOo. _. job quickly. Easy to
make pood. C. A. Johns and Mrs J. J, *.JUlit ask
your druggist for HAYES' operate and control-effi.
Tho programme of the day was Thomas attended the fair at Gainesville HEALING HONEY.
Bradford Nov. 18.-Jonnle Barry cient, economical nnd aboveall
: efficient Friday.
| conducted.in a very manner .
of
Lakeland spent the week-end with
S the personel of the Institution hav- Mr and Mrs Joe Britt who have DEPENDABLE.
his brother O. W. Barry SUFFER PAIN ?
1 InK been \busy preparing for the event been! visiting her mother Mrs. W. T Mrs. Kfcldiiih Wateroak Is the Get In the power-farming frame of mind
,
for the week and Turner returned to their home in Woman' Advice
past they were very Heed This
Call
guest! of her daughter! Mrs. J. V. Ed. now. phone or drop us a card for

r J graciously assisted by their wives Jacksonville Thursday. wards for a few days.T. Pprin-dlulo, Ky. "I was in a run- facts. See the Fordson in practical

l and friends.. Supt. J. S. Blitch was B. and J. V. Edwards and J. C. do\\ f<'n'J it ion and l every month suffered operation.

jma hr of ceremonies and in that cap- HIGHLAND J>''a", 1 haul taken trout nente. fur fcinlniiii I I'uitQ9p
Willoure were' among those attendingthe IrouMu hut wcrrii-d 1 to get nn nwilt
acity he is always at his best hisconrenial .
truck growers meeting at Worthington from Ih"I Iroatn...,,'''. It was through toy :
| : disposition and efficient Highland Nov 18.--Miss Ronie
Saturday afternoon.Mr. datiulit
manner In handling affairs helped Wilkinson] spent the week-end in : and Mrs. M 1>. Harrell 1'M'KO'a' rev+a'ite J'r'f'ri"t! | unit ll

hake the day a successful one. Stark with her cousin Mrs. D. L. and Mr. ri-li'l, I wniilJ, try I it. I took a few (\lo> t'I I

and Mrs W. W. Raborn and little son, "h l n n.1 her hone m. IlluiniH nod l wi..."
t .
Rigby.Mr.
William of 1 took reKtilurly.\ It Miirilvluli'i'l
LaCrosse spent Sunday run lumni I'
: Nobody seems to mind the longtime and Mrs. M. L. Crews the
are with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell.Ercell > die very rnu<-li. I run. say that
; between strikes-when' they are nroud parents of a son, born Sunday 'I'n'vitrtp 1'riWeririlwut' in u very IIII"rj:, l

long, the 13th inst. Edwards spent Sunday with rl'llledy" f.?r wtniiPD III u ruri-rliivvu (iniiiili"ii .

friends. hero or if Until/ltd" with fcmimii' IruuhMnt. -

--- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohannan hadas J. E. Water is moving to his fath- U:." I",'nl'}' /Howor'l, Made I.V .

The wonderful improvements in the their guests last week Mr. .. have the aIH.v..tllenlu''CI)
u
<
er's home G. .. y.
on .
Haren's
farm. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
octal service make it easy for the nan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jlohan-I Those rvniptotui, you MliotiM. Jirolit l Iy Mrs.

pandits to operate without fear of hannan, of Johnstown and his brother attending the funeral and &,wurtl'A nr1vic, ,
burial services Of Clayton Scarborough Ito'" fnni your dntMClit ut Ohl! I" IHJ .

OKS, The money shipments go out on Matthew of Plant City. of Jacksonville at hail. in I t'i': late <* Iwjui'l; or write Dr.
,
c-hi-dule] time. Rev. James Strickland was a vis- Monday Elzey chapel J'''-'': were Mrs W. M. and M. D. f..r free "IJII1IJ advicu.
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; 1'i:" i i t Bradford County Telegraph I Ii der. Investigations revealed much Better\ procedures in farming have The fellow who made jazz popular] Only One "BROMO QUIliI.! E'.

iniquity in the life of both the actor been of slow development, and we are PEPTOMANGAN is becoming one of the most unpopu- ro set the It"Dulne.call for foil same t-'Lt
1 .
I 11 t4 -: - : and his confreres, and many denied only reminded of them when we hear lar of men. tlVKJI/'O\llOlUIl'Il'iF.I. w.Gaov E. cure. a cold r.oullloro'Kb in oDel.ol/a' t ae of,

i' i M f Published ; kland entered as themselves: the pleasure of seeing the of something that was in vogue a KEEPS tough and headache, and wo'..- op ry....,atop

v t ,!t .I second claws matter, at the post sidesplitting/ in which this actor long time ago, like the bark collar. --- -- -

,; \ 1 office at Starke, Florida.n. /figured, on account of the "scandalous But progress has been made in all
J
life" he and the other actors and actresses directions in the agricultural field, BLOOD PUREGROWING

: i :1 ;. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner were living and the result is that now the crops GENERAL INSURANCE

;. -o-g 1 ( yield from three to four times
Had it not been' for this incident we as
: I j. CHILDREN NEEDPLENTY HAROLD C. WALL
ytl+ 'I', i1 I Eleven thousand milk walton drivers would have known nothing of the much as they did thirty years ago. IN
OP RED CELLS
man's private life, but continued to Also that many new crops are now
s on strike in New York are smabh
rj'tX, j J injr milk bottles, over turning wagons laugh and grow fat over his antics. grown, and that the fanner, from doIng BLOOD I STARKE, FLORIDA

h. Now; in our righteous indignation we without milk, vegetables and -
labelled "milk for babied. The em
r fruits has abundance When the body Is growing, i FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
now an of good young
;, ; ; .. plovers as la natural l, hide gladly behind "bite oT( the nose to spite the face.
i I f:r' the liable long skirts. Driver!, It is best not to inquire about the things. This improvement in the diet children frequently experience weak.

,. lives of and has resulted in larger stature, better ness Girls and boys sometimes play
; private actors other artists -
, ... ; without knowing it, are smashing the -
r health and too hard and over-tax their systems.
more intelligence.
Ii unions while smashing milk bottles. or poets, essayists and novelists,

p 4t4 i \'. They may be in the rijrht/ -only the lest we taboo all art and literature They become pale, weak and sickly. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

Many of the world's teachers and writers GRAHAM They lose their appetites, become lan
Angel Gabriel knows about that.-
/
SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
LARGEST
h' 1 "r :p'; Green Cove Times. from Diogenes to Oscar Wilde, guid, and are not able to make progress OLDEST AND

ri11.. have really been "unspeakable. Their Graham, Nov. 18.-:Mrs.: Walter Ed- in school work. "Growing too JACKSONVILLE FLA.

I mondson and children, of Sampson, fast' is often true. It is most important
L. biographies tell us that they were ab- SEED POTATOES
1 The greatest legal muddle of re-
:
: spent Monday with her parents, Mr. to the blood of growing
; tt. rent yearn ii the Lena Clark cane, normally eccentric, or ridiculously keep Spaulding Number Rose Early Red Bliss Triumph and Irish Cobblers. W. are
I : vain malicious dishonest and Mrs. Alfred McKinney. girls and boys in a healthy state. for December. and January
I which is about to be tried before the irresponsible I now ready to quote contract price delivery.
11
"' Orange county circuit court. The only boot-lickers for their "patrons! Rev Elliott Williams, of Starke, Pepto-Mangan keeps the blood Our Seed Potatoes. are the highest quality, Maine grown, elected. ....ed. Advise
I attended church here Monday night. The red cells in the blood areincreased. quantity and variety you will want.
v e .1; feasible way to nettle It will be to dirty of habit, drunkards, dope fiends, pure. MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS
Messrs. Truman and Robert Groover They life-giving .
practicing repulsive vices. It carry oxygen
t comply with the claim of her attorneys seems of ZiT( here Have made. good with both the .mall gardener and far er and the ones
were Tuesday enrouteto to all parts of the body, and the who
.t I that the saying is true that
c and adjudge her insane! as she as aoon the plant thousand of acre. Plant your fall crop with Martin' Hy Teat Seeds. and in.
county seat wholesome blooms againin
youthfulness
as God builds a church the devil immediately
I I' undoubtedly is. To try to gel the sure remit
I' Harry Eddy and LeRoy Wasdm attended clear complexions, bright and
builds eyes
u' Ii matter straight otherwise seems to be a chapel near it. FALL CATALOGUE
\ Men who create things the Alachua county fair Tues buoyant spirits. Sold both in liquid ready. Write for it.
''f i perfectly futile. There are times extraordinary Martin' Fall Seed Catalogue is now Everyone interestedin
Tr oaf, of .f{ ; when even a state attorney must ate often denied moral rectitude. If day and tablet form by druggists! every Florida fall and winter crop. should avail themselves. of information contained

they should be as perfect morally as Messrs. Schell Byrd, Riley and Oscar where. The name "Gude's PeptoMangan" in our descriptive. catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who send in their
i I 4 throw up the sponge would be Wasdin left Tuesday for Winde- is on the package.-Adv. name. promptly. Write. for it today.
I intellectually they not men,
t ,T 1' it but gods. mere,"whey they have secured employment E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
"j Armistice Day, November 11th, was .
I When this is so, let us not considerthe Scripture reading, Psalms 34110.:
celebrated all over the country. The
Messrs. Bob
; Surrency, Will Jones
1 y worker, but his products.,. His Song.
1 events that caused this day to be recognized Ed .iI'
and
Parrish
,', .' shop may be dark, dirty and evil were business visitorsto Sentence prayer clippings, read by ...
in our national life are of so the seat '>
smelling; it matters not to us. The county Tuesday. Ethel Byrd, Will Jones, Jesse Ogden,
recent that feeling
I' occurrence genuine
t J honey Samson found was not the lesssweet James Graves and family left last Bessie Dixon
: i Abernathy, Equilla ,
not observation
perfunctory was Thursday for Windemere where
because taken from loathsome they
a Prof. Percy B. Revels, Frances Mur-
manifest. How glad we all were when 'For Cash
i I | will spend the winter, Mr. Graves being OnlyAfter
We admire
j the water
carcass. rhee, Eunice Kelly, Mrs. Mollie Collins
three years ago, the joyous message! I Iit foreman of
I lily's white without thinking an orange grove at
came of the armistice! We knew that pure petals that and Mrs. Cord Abernathy.
of the nasty black ooze that /gave place. Song. Mlzpah.
( Germany was at her last ditch and i
r
{I 1 I the plant its birth. Let us pluck the Messrs. Tommy Oldham and Roy Rey. Dock Collins, of Long Bridge,
I that it meant the end of the war and
Roberts business December 1st all work supplies
flowers we find by the road side without were visitors to will preach at the Christian church repair ,
If the principal miseries that followedin I
Its! wake. examining their roots-we are not Hampton Wednesday. Sunday morning and night. You are etc., will be strictly CASH TO EVERYONE regardless -

.d I required to do so. Joe McKinney and James Graves cordially invited to hear him. of what they may be. We cannot run
spent Monday in Gainesville busi-
cwt Beside the big state fair in JackI I on Remember Bible school every Sun this business under the present credit system, and

,, I sonvile, county fairs are now the or- j! PROGRESS:;; IN FARMING! ness.Edgar Sparks, of Mounteocha, attended day at 3:30: o'clock and Christian En. for that reason we will absolutely refuse creditto

1 der of the day all over Florida. The |I I deavor at 6:45.
church here Wednesday night. anyone asking: for same. Save both of us the
state fair la for the home-seek. I You are cordially invited to meetat
more The brilliant editor of the Kissimmee
I L. G. Barry returned to his homein refusal cash.
of
embarrasment a by paying
a r S er and the extensive farmer, but for Gazette, in his "A Little Thorn Ser- Tampa Wednesday the Christian church Friday after

a, the small farmer the county fair is noon at 3 o'clock for the purpose of
I mon, says that the collar of a farm
Misses will enabled make
Truby Ethel be
Dyal, Byrd and For cash we to custom.
: of great benefit, as he finds what he horse is ,turned upside down before organizing a Junior Endeavor Society

himself may accomplish If he tries, ;])I I being put on, then turned round. That Neta Gainesville Starling and attended spent Thursday the fair.O. in ers better prices, and they can rest assured we

L and he can converse with the exhibi- j| was years ago, when the now obsolete W. Dyal was a business vsitor ATTENTION, TEACHERS ( will give them every reduction possible.!

( '.' tore themselves) instead of with their bark collars were ,used. Brother to Starke Thursday.

agents. We know nothing better for Thorndyke thus unwittingly furnishes Mrs. Frank Beville spent the weekend Teachers' examinations will be heldin

the promotion of agriculture than the us with a subject that is worth a with relatives at Gainesville. Starke beginning! 9 a. m., Nov. 29.

j county fair few words. Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblooc II. B. WIGGINS, Starke Vulcanizing Works

T s" When the bark collar was in vogue and children, of Waldo, attended services Superintendent.
,1
t. HIE DISARMAMENT CONGRESS the "scooter" plow was also used and here Thursday and Friday.

; I the freckled, perspiring boy who ran O. %V, Dyal was a business visitorto NOTICE ...
It is to be hoped from the disarmad it had frequently to get over the fence Hampton Friday. tX1)ffiI1mmmWIDWmI"'Dlln''IIJfIIJ. >t ljjmmlf.!f/mj) I'JInlllO) II11Irnl1IDQJCII!

'' nest congress, now in session, that into the woods to get a strip of wahooor Edgar Sparks of Mounteotha, attended Starke Poultry Farm wants 100

;, great wars will\ he averted for many hickory or willow bark to make Christian Endeavor here Sun- bushels of corn. Will pay hoc per

a' i ., years to come. To premanently keep u new hamestring out of, or to menda day. bushel delivered to the Starke Poul.

nations from quarreling is as impossible broken trace chain with, when a i iI' Duggar/ Jones, of Sampson, was a try Farm, Starke, Fla. 10-28-2t '

as to have permanent peace between breakage/ had been caused by collision visitor here Sunday afternoon. .. 1i1 I
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I between nations need not result In Tracing Organ Mechanism i
made a furrow about five inches wide, week-end with homefolks at Flora- '
war, any more than that every misunderstanding When pneumatic jKiwer' In the construction
requiring twelve furrows between two
between! individuals I home. of the orfiiii begun to take III II
rows of corn or cotton, though if the Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Shakeray, .
need bring /fisticuff and the place of the h.Mluiuilc In uncertain ,I
w on n means
"old man" wasn't looking, he could filled his appointment at the Baptist although; the 1 IlIn'nlllln or the bellows
lb. for between I
peacefully settling disputes make It with nine furrows by leaningthe I mechuiUxin THE .UNIVERSAL CAR II
a1 I t church Saturday and Sunday. diitfH friiiu tlu-.time of one
j nations. for to Is.
years come, I
i plow and J'avllllounbrokt'n\ soil Messrs. James Reynolds, Frank and of the later Human engmrordprobablyJulian. I

.I I between. Stumps were considered an Violas and Joe McKinney were visitors Hut It woe only In the tenth I IfA I

advantage, for in passing one the plow to Gainesville Friday centuryIiin' "ieinuiiiy. had taken the'
y t t i /fined to the buttle "ldK. Every city, place of Ci>nxliintlunile, its the center
lifted and slammed
was againstit
up Hugh Butler Crosby, of Brooker,
4 town, village, homestead will\ be visited of OI./tOIl bullilliiK. tint the bellows
to flee it from trash. The
rows visitor here Sunday.
was a
by fire and sword-or whatever mecluinlxm' Piiuie, Into u-nnciul adoption
{ _ _ had to be short, so that the small, Mr. and !Mrs.\ Levy Prescott and I
t elements of destruction will\ be invent
i weak pony could get a little respite children; of Ziff, attended church here More Metamorphosis l
ed before that time It will be
1 a war
from pulling while slowly turning Sunday. Man used to have u hobby Now Ube
of unnihiliation, such as theme catastrophes = I
'
_ 4 around. Rev Berryan Dyal and wife, of) has a hobby It Is u but. ? :=
of bygone\ days, of which we :
fAiv
can only form conjecture when These days strong, well fed animals Sampson, spent Sunday at the homeof
I archaeologists are used, and for cultivation a double Mr. and !Mrs\ O. W. Dyal. No Worms In a neaithy Child \
find ruins of
8<< : forgottencities plow or a cultivator is used. which Mrs B. Parker and daughter, Lin. children troubled with Worms have an unhealthy . _
j 1 tF
w' when delving in deserts. God I will clean ",,10'.which Indicates pour hlnotl OIH", !as* !
the between
I space the rows nit', of Brooker, attended church here I
.' grant\ that such a terrible event rule there la more or t ers Btoinuch t laturbanee.6ROvE
maybe
I I with only four furrows. For breaking Sunday. !:5 TASTELESS; : CHILL TOMC: uivm ruu- 1r
,.... I for distant land big two-horse early far twoorthrco weeks wl rnnrh t .i" 1 hood: ],
plows
up arc Rufus Johnson and children spent ,.
I ImprovethedlMeetlrmaudactasagrrrd S'rctmh.
generally: used, and they break and Sunday afternoon with relatives at ,'flingTonlctoth..whoo! >ybt>*ni. T'nh r .t ,*' Lhuuhrnwoff
t :'. MEW NOT THE WORKSHOP; turn what tree roots there be or tilnpol: tbm.a"dt'. .. .," :: r' 'twtMruthesnh .
V up may Ziff.The :- 11..0.: ..? .V. >..- f..
in the soil, and as the stumps are many friends of Robbie, Was-

Some time ago, in one of our spasms nearly all removed from the fields no din are glad to see him home again\ Colds Cause trip Sal Influenza
t'n 4 of righteousness, we tabooed the products
stoppages have to be made on accountof after several stay in Canada. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININETiMotJcrnovet." ; ( .
ito'k of a certain celebrated /film actor obstructions and years Thl'C' I if ,. "r. .**. .'t. fijluirr
:3LBO.
breakages are II. D. Alvin and LeRoy Wasdin and j
because he was accused of mur lor
; eliminated. Mrs! Equilla Dixon spent Sunday af I
ternoon in Hampton. ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn
Circuit Court Slate of Florida, Eiirhth
ommmmmm mmmmll'lll Miss Estelle Wasdin and brothers, Judicial Circuit. Bradford County, in ChunMrs. -
nuu I erry.
_ d 1,30st Everett and Eddy, spent Sunday with Sarah L. McMillan. I Coupe $595WiMSmrt.r.nD.mo.ntaaf.Rfrw.

r r their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Complainant. I I Ivs I o. n Ch'M" -/ e

Ili ld f W. Dyat.f John W. McMillan Defendant I i Qtr

f Charley Smith and Link Williams It appearing by affidavit appended to the )
liill sled' In the above-iitaled caune that John
; I of Sampson, were here' Thursday en- W. McMillan, the defendant therein named, Ford is in
car simple
I : so
l route to Hawthorne la 'a non-mldrnt of the Stat. of Florida: and THE
he la a resident of 019 M.ars Street in Wllntlnixton. "
!Messrs.\ Carroll Atkinson and Eugene North (Carolina and he ia over. the so dependable in its

h Crosby, of Brooker, attended dt age.red of that twentyone said non-nmident years. I it defendant Is therefore he and or- action, so easy to operate and handle
Y'Y''e church here Sunday. Is hereby required to appear to the bill of
; ,f complaint filed In said CHUBB on or before that almost anybody and everybodycan tI
f 1 Willie Prevatt of Waldo, was a business Monday, the 19th day of I Uvcemher A. D.

: ..... !,! visitor here Monday will 1UJ1 be otherwise, taken aa the confessed allegations. by said of defendant.said bill safely drive it.

1 Messrs. Sol Thomas and Frank I It I Is further mli-red.. that thin order be pubIliihed -
Elberton Blue once a weok for four consecutive. weeks
Georgia Granite ; Jones, of Sampson, were business callers In the Bradford County lelevraph. a news The Ford Coupe, permanently enclosed
I, : here Wednesday. pmirr. I published In said county and state
"THE STONE ETERNAL" j I This November 16th. 1921. with sliding glass windows is
/ cozy
Roosevelt Hall, of Hampton was G. W. ALDERMAN.
w i :And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shades make I I visiting his sister, Mrs. Elijah Younjr- (Seal By C.Clerk A. Circuit KNIGHT Couit. and roomy-modest and refined-a car I

blood, !Monday. D. E. KNIGHT. Deputy Clerk.
that wife will be
or daughter
Solicitor for Complainant you, your
Il-l9-et-12-Id
MEMORIALS I i Mrs\ W., T. Wasdin of Waldo, was a -- -
proud to own and drive.
Jl i visitor here' Monday' afternoon.. 666 is a prescription for Colds

.. '; Renowned i Rev '\', U;.Daugherty and wife, of Fever and LaGrippe. It's the

11\ I ,, Rockwood, Tenn., closed a two weeks most speedy remedyve k now- And of course it has all the Ford econ-

j : :,:; FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY meeting here Sunday night, leaving Adt'. omies of operation and maintenance. i >

w and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE II Monday for Long Bridge, where he - -- (
B TO THE PUHLIIC
pill begin a series of meetings.
Christian Endeavor Call and look over the Ford Coupe. ;.
subject for f Sunday ;
; Three essential factors to be considered in buying monuments 'I. My customers are hereby notified be ;'
night/ Nov. 20th, "The Goodnessof Reasonably prompt delivery can

te' are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP. God." Thanksgiving meeting led that after eeember 1st all sales in made if you order at once. I

A RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combi. $ by Edgar! Sparks. my meat market will be for cash only -

nation when buying our material. ; I I have been compelled to take this ,

52 : step on account of the difficulty of collecting '

B" COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. my, debts. The other markets J. ANDREWSJR., Dealer !

,,2' r 4 i 1;h i Leading Manufacturer of the Se...H pti 666 In Starke have adopted the cash system Starke Florida. !'

Field or Special Repre*..ntat;, I and I must do the same to be ,.

4ti. I ,% i' W. ELLERY DAVIS ST. .":" FLA. tic ui break a Coin Fever and able to compete with them.Respectfully ,j fit i;

4r .r. iJ Grippe quicker i...... ....> thing I) ,
we know preventing pneumonia ROYAL, GEORGE, Prop.
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Mrs. L. A. Davis entertained the' j i l syrup barrels at market price. J.IS. tey; 40 acres in cultivation, 10 ju'I 1

r ladies of the Methodic church Monday Blitch, superintendent, State wood land; 5 acres in 2-year old

I afternoon. Arrangements/ were I Farm, Raiford, I'la. 11.18-81. pecans; 250 trees ready to set; 3a'l'e
of LocalInformation made for a bazaar to bo given Dec. E. K. PEKKYMANT10RN
Oth. Fancy and useful articles suit FOR SALE-Good feeding 'hojrB, of in fine strawberries. fond .\ H-A1 LAW

II able for Christmas presents, homemade good stock. Prices rtmgonable. My'' dwelling house and ba rn8. Price'' STAKKi E. PLOKIUA ;+

randy and cake will be on saleat place is two miles west "of StarkeJW. right. T. L. Wainwright, Lawtey,,

j this bazaar.' N. LaDue. ll-18-2t Fla. 11.11.2t r rIt

} 1C..eaqO.c f.* f*. ** W I -
F IV**"*.** M .. CMX_ rMM. I LOST-Extra! 30x3Vi tire between -
The B. V. P. U. enjoyed a welnie b
Starke and Jacksonville. Finder ..
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roast at the park Friday evening
.I return to Sam Rosenberir, Starke N
-_1 _. About sixty were present. Games and i
and receive reward. 11-11-tf i
Louis H. Hill, of Luwtey, was in I Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, is refreshments were the order of the

town "'ednesda)'. spending the week-end in Starke with evening and an Interesting but frightful Start : .
CONTRACTOR AND UlLDER-
her sister, Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ghost story liy, G.V.. Alderman.
Wood brick
concrete and painting.
Gun bhells at Kickliter's. ll-ll-2t The arrangement/ committee were: 1
I I Plans and specifications made on
I Dr. W. E. Middleton spent: Wednes- John Powell, Free Wynn, Blanche Alderman short notice. Prices reasonable. R. j.i j.
O. O. Johns, of Tampa, is visiting ,
: Thelma Snellgrove and Mrs. A
A. Koon
:,, day Jacksonville, where he attended Starke. 11.4.4t-
his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. I I V
__ II I the Shrine ceremonials. J. T. Quigley.Mrs. - ...-.
vww wa P M M
( WANTED-Salesmen with car to call
A. C, Fling has been spending sometime
in Jacksonville.A. II Rust-proof ninety-days and Ful- R. T. Jones, of Purdy, Va., ,Is on dealers with a low priced 10,000

ghum seed oats at Kickliter's 11-11-21 in Starke on a \'isit'Ith her grandmother mile cord tire. $100.00 week with Bank Account c

Amanda Jones and other extra commissions. Specialty Cord
Mrs.
I
M. Williams, of Hampton, has
in town Wednesday. Mrs. Alice Langford, of Alachua, relatives. Her husband is expectedto Tire Co., South fiend, Ind. It i,

spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. join her noon. Mrs. Jones will probably
K. J. leave for Tampa for a short visit FOR SALE CABBAGE PLANTS
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. Wainwright.Mrs. I j tf1 i Start bank account with and will help
last in the company of her father, O. Early Jersey and Charleston] Wake- us we you j

H. Hemingway Sunday. T. C. Morris has returned O. Johns, who returns today to Tam field, $1.25 par 1,000; 5,000 lots andover i make it larger. We are equipped to care for your deposits -

New syrup in new cans. See Bryan home after a visit\ with her mother in pa, his home. $1 per $1,000 F. O. B. Valdosta I I with absolute safety. There i i. no function of a

Phone 32. Springfield, Jacksonville.Mrs. Ga. Klnsey Wholesale Plant I bank wecannot perform. Every facility afforded to
I Rand Albert, who is the Telegraph's Co., Valdosta, Ga. 1111.4t
of their
farmer and other:for transaction banking

A. M. Pettit, of Luke Wales, is the E. L. Biggs and son, Leslie\ janitor and metallurgist This he is also an STRAY HOG-At my place, 11.2 ,,I business. Accounts may be opened by mail and monies
guest of J. W. Andrews, Jr. I spent Thursday in Lawtey at the agriculturist. proves by a
home of her father, Mr. Roberts. sweet potato of good size and singular miles west cf Lawtey, one red and I I deposited or withdrawn in this way with equal fac

Hand in your copy for the Tele- shape, which he brought to our office black spotted sow, weight 175 Ibs., |I ility. There are scores of young men in Bradford county i

graph early for next week's issue. The Seaboard company intend to It resembles a scalloped dish in the marked straight split in left ear 'I' who should start a bank account. The dimes they

take center of which is a protuberance in and upper square in right. Ownercan if to bank would .'
up the planking of the Call throwaway every month brought our I
get same by feed bill
paying
I pay 50 cents cash for eggs. J. F. street and it outline like a 'possum-not a bad ,
Kickliter. It grade crossing replace combination. The tater weighs 5 3-4 and paying for this advertlticment.O. make them independent as they reach the noonday of

with gravel. pounds. E. Roden. 11-18-41 j life. In fact, every person who has a dollar should

Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman spent start a bank'account.Try it'and you will always thankus
Mrs Anna Mixon, who has been FOR SALE-We have near Starke it

Saturday in Jacksonville. visiting friends in Lake Butler and A. P. Hoffman has returned from fine piano slightly used and partly j for this advice. t

Starke, has returned to her home in Pinellas county, where he went to repair paid for, which we will\ sell to par-' .

Levy Canova ,of Jacksonville, spent Gainesville, Ga. damages caused by the big ty willing to complete the remaining 'I

Sunday with his parents, Mr. and storm. He found most of the fruit monthly payments. Send name '!

| Mrs. E. E. Canova. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod have returnedto blown off, and the trees almost leaf and address for full information. Bank of Starke"The i

their home in Lawtey, after spending less. Some of the largest trees were Cable Piano Co., 82-84 N. Broad St.,
Syrup labels will soon be needed. two months here account of He found Atlanta Ga.
on blown over nothing per- 11-18-St "
I Get them printed in time at this of- Mr. McLeod's business mamently injured. The buildings were I Bank of Helpful Service. f

[ fice. not damaged, being the only ones in FOR SALE-CO acres of land on pub- -

Ballard's self rising flour and Obelisk the neighborhood that were able to lie road; 1 1.4 miles west of Law
Mrs. A.. Price spent several days ,
plain flour. Best in town. W. resist the wind, and were used as a
E last week visiting friends in JacksonJTille. -- --- "
M. Bryan's. Phone 32. refuge by the neighbors. Mr. Hoff

I man's family are still at Seminolc.KAIFURU .

Beet Tenderloin Steak, 20c per lb. Squashes sent from, peppers Starke daily.and cucumbersare They are i Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

I Cash Meat Market. Phone 33.
grown along the Wannee branch, iI ,

mostly in the Brooker section. If local merchant. doe in community chop h
Miss Louise Fernandez returned your not carry your want come here. Many women your
[ Sunday afternoon after spending two Raiford, Nov. 18.-R. J. Andrews, here.. Our aim i ia to at all timea render good service, maintain a high quality of good and iell. at smallest.

weeks in Jacksonville. The only explanation of Tanlac's who has been visiting relatives here price poxible. Our .torli> are equal in ice. of any tore in the. slate with the exception. of one city.
[ great success! is! Tanlac's true worth.Turner' for several days, left Thursday for ..FCtal'
Jacksonville where he will visit for
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and daughter: Drug Store. a while.

1 Miss Aileen, were visitors to Jacksonville /1... 'I). Andrews and son, lamp, andA.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and II
last week.
T. Mizell, were visitors to Starke '+y
Br'an's.1 children, of Brooker, spent the w..kend 71iV. -
Tuesday.
Cypress syrup barrels at in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. W. Shepard Moore left Wednesday for I SerVice ,

|Best prices L. Wall and Col. W. T. Weeks.
I Crescent' City.Messrs. I O"INESVILLEFLORIDA!

W. M. Whitten, and son,
Mrs. ]M.\ E. Edwards, of Gainesville, Bob Demorest has had for lIev..ralw..ekll Earl, and J. W. Nlthols'I't' victors. '
spent the week-end with her daughter his friend, Mr. Maxwell Tren-

| Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. dell, who left Sunday afternoon for to!Mrs.Starke'.tln'RdIlY.Reid, of Tampa. was a visitor','i All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail OrdersAn
Live Oak where he
accepted a position I
here last week.Mrs. .
F.. cot- as musician in the new theatre
t) Card is building a tenant
age on his land just east' of the cor- opened there. Fannie Bryant spent ]last weekIn II exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced shopperLet -..
Gainesville tlll..lnloin the fair.
oration line --- I her shop for -Just write ;
!Miss Iiova Johnson, who is teaching I you
Mayors, bankers!, lawyers, prominent near Lake Butler, spent last weekend I
Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Wednesday government, state and county officials ImlDIID.DmQOmmIDrommmmmIDCQCWIDCJlDlDmIDDllDiIIWIDCilWClIl
here with her aunt, Mrs. ]Dora i A
from a trip to New Smyrna and prominent busines sand proves.sional Tyson. -

!)rmond men and ministers of the Gospel ) >CDjacnmculalIDWlJlCIlIIIWIJlCtIt{ { !
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Several; from here attended the showat :' lnC.lfDmIDmWLUlfllIWlIJmmCDlIJmmmmCDmIDmmlDffllJHUN.TERS
have endorsed Tanlac. Turner's ,
the n
State Farm
Mrs. R. B. Neal, of Norfolk, Va., Drug Store Starkc. Saturday night
,
W. II. Andrews and Tate
ame Sunday to visit her parents, Dr. Ih'nmarl'l
attended the show. "
picture
>nd Mrs. J. C. Wills.
The show windows of the Consumers .
Friday night t
Lumber Co. dressedto j
are tastefully Miss Ruth Roberts, of Worthington/ i
You will want a bottle of the wonderful tempt the sportsmen, who are im b
visiting, relatives here
was during the
Tanlac remedy. You can get patiently waiting for !Monday, when week.
from Turner's Drug Store, Starke. t
the for tt
begins.
open season\ game Miss who Is t
Lucy
Perry, teaching r

Carpenters are busy on the Bap- Miss Mabel Weller, who spent the Fernandma, spent Sunday herewith 1at 1\,
her sister, Mrs.. 11. W Raiford.
p Rt pastorium' repairing and enlarg- summer with relatives in Kmlenton, SPORTSMENGET i
Mrs. W. I. Roberts and children, pd
g. Pa., returned' Friday to the homo of
Philip and Ada, and Miss Ruth Roberts .
her uncle, J,M, Truby. Miss Weller's
Finn, fresh all times, 8c lb. Cash friends' are glad to know she will left Sunday for Jacksonville! , I
where they will spend the' week and
Heat Market, near depot. Phone 33. again spend the winter In Starke. ,
prompt deliveries. attend' the fair. :1 READY for hunting season Nov. 21 J st We a I
Miss Clarice carry
i ___ Some should Howling. of Lake Butler
philanthropist starta
I New barrels Kicker's. was visiting here Sunday. stock of :
at
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cypress syrup typewriter agency in Starke. If complete ,
t 11-1 l-2t. Mrs. W. M. Graham, Sr., and baby
typewriters' were
more common, printers J
and Mrs.. Walter Graham, Jr., of So.

\ Mr and Mrs. A. W. Anderson were have would machines live are longer.sadly Those in need who of Jacksonville, were visiting relatives L. C Smith, Remington, Ithaca and Enders Shotguns. '

stare to Jacksonville! Wednesday toN I new ribbons. here Wednesday.Mr. S
e the state fair. and Mrs. S T. Dowling and lit- Single Barrel, Double Barrel, Pump Guns. !

n tie' !! daughter, Dolly, of Lake Butler, I J
r Only the best fed meat handled In' :
i , f Mrs. A, Z. Adkins and children are the Cash Meat Market, near depot. were visiting here Friday.Mr. 12, 20, and 410 gauge. h

Gainesville visiting her mother, Phone 83. and Mrs. Jim Dowling and lit t

a trs. M. E. Edwards. tle son, Cecil, attended the picture

show at Starke Friday right. ;
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A great deal of syrup has been sent
Bryan carries a full line of feeds, from Starke this week, by merchantsand Miss Cora Tompson, of Jacksonville e SHELLS !
rain and supplies for the farmers. is viiiting friends here this
producers. The largest shipment week. U M. CNitro
by a producer was 24 barrels, sent by I Club :
'r.V.. E. Middleton returned Mon- L. Crawford Mrs. Le'naVester, of Jacksonville, !
I U. S. C. Climax
+ py from Cocoa, where she has been was a visitor here Sunday.

kiting her brother. L. A. Davis has finished plantinghis Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Norman are G \ t-c i'i'''I Peters Target I
receiving congratulations the birthof ,
I on
4-acre strawberry field. Dry
fr. and Mrs. A A. Hazcn, of a son, born Sautrday. Nov. 12th. c
weather killed many of the plants I'
I J oker, were visitors last week at Rev Corrin was a visitor to San
first set, and prevented the plantingof '
home of Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee. derson TuesdayDr. HUNTINGCOATS
more, until the coming of the recent -I :
King, of Lake Butler, was a CLIMAX
tuh-My-Tism, antiseptic andn rains. profesisonal visitor here VESTS
'Monday.The ,
:
!killer, for infected sores i
4 ter, sprains, neuralgia rheu1ism.Adv. .- Harry Canova, who has been traveling .1 12 +
man who toots his own horn is Cleaning Implements
through Kentucky and Tennessee
Ii always wondering how much cf it
with Leo King Stock Company, the other fellow beard.rENTAWORD. SMOKE ESS
tsl, Deafness Cannot Be CUff:! arrived home ]last week for a short I I THE J as. ,?1

"'al' ar .n j I... tiny cannot visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs t 3 UIf Gun (
Cases
I the ou ?. y ,. o. the cur I. F. Canova. Last Sunday; he went' t BLACK SHELLS Dog
Leufneae ri quire* cun.uw- %%
si t t atment. HALL'S: CATAlUtllm to Live Oak, where h<. has a positionin lH; i Collars, Muzzles, t
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lil a constitutional' remedyby
( in theatre. _
1Ii lid : 'i'
1I1.arnua 1's cbu*'d an Wft '' Whistles
; J 'inditlan or the n.m sue llnlnff of -- Whips.Consumers ..
J U.22 ii"' art Tube. Wi tn this tuba In .
Jnrtunf Fred Tall well known j
" <2)'o .y r"- bug 6011"l a or man8 blacksmith \ "'
,, '''firflffi, ,' ,/, h n, ''II'. a i,' '' Len: it is entiroSLfrKi !! formerly of Lake Butler, but f
'"a t remit Unliii''In j
'' \ can i I.' reduced. your I now living in fctarke with his family, II '

4<',t"I..s..rl..mnuUOIt; q'II may CATARRH ho de'.trovnrt A''*I>IC'YSE forever.aura has leased the Moses Mack bla..kIImlth :! FOR SALE-Cheap, one fine young Lumber -

,' .h' the the system blond on the tf'"luHnir*. munoiiw the ur-In- I shop Just east of the lumber' Jersey cow. G. E. Nrwuom, Starke. Company

Lion and rmtorlnfr; normal Condi- yard. Mr. Tallman specializes\ on 11-11-tf US

clan, m. .An f'oro''ata I plows, but will do any blacksmith and

1 p. Cheney k Co.. T Ardo., Ohio. carriage work. FOR SALE; New 35-gallon cypress afl9W
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: l I IL f., AUTOMOH1LI3! LICENSE WILL BEACCOKHIM passenger capacity. The licence on WHERE TO GET EX-KEKVICE- OUR BAH CHECK J LAW -- -

,, ) ; 10EKJIIT(( [ truck depends both upon the use of I FORMATION 1 \ I RED CROSS GIVES
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; j'l j'lI[11 ., I, the car and also the kind of tires with Merchants and others having occasion -

,' 'ti I d The comptroller's office has been I(I which it is equipped. Trucks equip (From American Legion Weekly) to handle the checks of customers : one

+ ,++; ') busy for some month preparing the ped with pneumatic tires will take a' should post themselves (.are.1 elevenVIRGINIA I i ANNUAL BUDGET

J i. many new forms and working out numerous I license touting 75c per 100 pounds fully on the provisions! of the .

} / It'i'' plans] for handling the automobile ,I weight of vehicle only if for private Ex-service men wishing! to obtain check law" passed by the legislature I

\I i ( ',' license applications under the use, and $1.110 per 100 pounds of ve- information concerning their service at its last session. : I II I $19,361,657 Allotted for
If Current .
" r ,; new law which becomes effective Jan. ,I I hide plus load capacity for hire. The claims or other matters affecting Section 1 of this act reads as fol. I
{ ;
!
. 1 1922. The volume of preparatory ,, trucks not for hire equipped with aol- their Interests frequently are in doubt lows: Program of Relief

V.i, t r'" work has been more than one would ': id tires (if rear wheels have solid as to the proper agency: which will "It shall be unlawful for any per- and Service.

:fJ scarcely imagine who has not been in I tires, then the truck is in that class) answer their inquires. Below is published son to draw or utter to another any
i w ,\ k. : a list of the priclti! sources\ !! o*
1rl'' ,1 i" actual cuntact with the necessary require a license costing $1.12 per 100 check without there being at the time I

iJ.. r; f I' preparations. There will be sixteen pounds weight of vehicle, and $2.25:; information. In making inquirieson thereof sufficient funds on depositor I I MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID

!c .) ''' I different: aeries of license tags; each !I per hundred pounds weight of vehicle such subjects as War Risk Insurance to his credit with the drawee named I I

, numbered numerically from one up, plus load capacity if operated for compensation, claims, etc., it Is therein to insure the payment of
'j .1"Ji I Medical Aid for
'I..t European
advisable to give full details of Chil
Army
";j Co. 'i and the initial order for tags placed I,I hire. Trailers take the same classification same upon presentation within a rea-

}t"": 1'(, ci with the factory amounted to 112,000'WH its trucks. Service, such as data of enlistmentand sonable time after negotiation, pro. dren Will Cost 6.000
e outfits nerved in and
,if:, ( tags. The estimate for the year 1922 Weight Limit discharge, vided that this section shall not apply Three BURLEY 000 This Year

' :,ffk I is not less than 125,000 registrations, The attention of truck owners is Army serial number.COmpl'nll14t1on to any check where the payeeor o TURKISH

"' The new law requires the weight of railed to the fact that outside the Claims: Compensation holder has been expressly notified /

1 1" the car to he placed on the tag, and limits of incorporated towns: there I is and claims Division, Bureau ofWar prior to the drawing or uttering of The three greatest 1t'aahGlgtou.-Expendltures IlOtullini'

+ 9 1-;]f' to meet this requirement ready pre.l"tf a maximum limitation on the weight Risk Insurance, Washington, D. same that the drawer did not have on cigarette tobaccos. / '1", \JJJ)7( ; for carding Uiruuti it,

pared aluminum strips have been or- of the vehicle and the load capacity C. Outstanding claims which cannotbe deposit or to his credit with the Wending! MILDNESS- i program of relief and wrUc-ee m tile

)r dered In sufficient assortments and which can be carried" on the public adjusted locally and those which drawee sufficient funds to insure payment MELLOWNESSAROMAoneeleven United :States and overseas are vui

rr '!, ' quantities to meet the requirement highways. It is, therefore, essential have long been held up by complications as aforesaid." ,I lined In the budget of the Aiuvrli i
I
' der .:t when the applications are received. that every application for truck license in correspondence with official Thin section applies to all cases, lied Crux for the curitnt lUcin" teat

; I. inserted the should state if the bureaus be submitted for adjust Thin tutu I In more limn $JKNIIPI.N( <
I These will have to be on truck is to may whether the check is drawn to meet I

; a N ( : I''' f tag by the comptroller's office, after lie, operated exclusively in the limitsof ment to the Compensation Editor, an existing obligation or is given for er tutu the expenditure during! !

the application has been received arid incorporated towns. This is especially The American Legion Weekly, 627 advanced. cigarettes lust fiscal' year, when the UUburmments

examined and tug number assigned necessary In the case of solid W. 43rd street, New York City. Con goods: Section purchased 5 is or money supplying readied, Ifll.I.I\I:',i41, It u ,uCuunced
Important as
E ,
q' t it for registration. tire trucks of heavy weight. Solid sult announcements of this service the foundation upon which a pro < ut National lleutliiuurifii. i

The comptroller found it necessary tire trucks are limited to 8,000 pounds which have appeared in previous issues secution for giving* a bad check can 2Oforl5 u sI1lt(>III'nt ciilllMi: aitflilion ti the

( ,'j :' to have an entirely new form application including load capacity. There will of this magazine be started. It reads: necessity of cunllniictl "UH> >n' ,r it,,.

j, the he number of solid Government Insurance Insurance organization by rosiuuiHe;!, to On", Au
V blank to meet requirements a tire trucks in :
4 "Section 5. That it shall be the nuul !toll Cull Neiul
,
1 i i' f of the pew law. Because of the necessary the state which under the new law Division, Bureau of War Risk Insurance 11 t< :J4.:
duty of the drawee of and all XtX VJMJ: If the \'lIalol'k of the
j any ) * tArthttf noclet u to
1" information required, this will not be permitted to operate on Washington, D. C.
checks as hereinbefore defined, before 'y 1H be effectively carried tin
-.a -
blank will be larger than the blanks the highways' without special permission ,Allotments and Allowances: Allot. I ..
refusing to pay same as holder Outstanding: ainuiiK I Hit Itfiiis ut thedomestic
f in and the comptroller is from the commissioners. and -, ---- -
Allowance
t now use, county rnents Division, IJu- -- --
j?t upon presentation, to cause to be budget 1 Is the Hi>i>r<,>!iirluti >u
e.. ; I printing 259,000; of these. The blanks Attention Ford; OwnersIt }eau of War Risk Insurance, Washington -
( r written or stamped in plain language of $3,0O9,27p0:! for work In, behalf uf
will be for distribution in the D. C.Voluntary.
ready is estimated that there THERESSA
!t are approximately thereon the reason for the drawee's the disabled exi'rke mon and Ida

i next few days and will be sent to all 40,000 Ford cars in the (or Class E) Allotment: Dishonor or refusal to pay same, and fetidly Thin u|>I'n' >|jrlutiuu repreaeats|> !

) ,; of the banks, both state and national, state, hence there are probably 40,000) Allotment Division, Army Finance in all prosecutions under this act, Theressa, Nov. 18.-Mr. and Mrs.P. the amount alloted to tills work (rum

to county judges; sheriffs, clerks of people in the state who will be ask- Office, Washington, D. C. National Headquarters only uutl docs.
1 + the introduction in evidence of any M. Geiger and son, Earl, of Waldo,

P il( circuit court and tax collectors in ing"What will my Ford license cost ?" Sixty Dollar Bonus: Bonus Section, unpaid and dishonored check, havingthe visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. not take !Into cunHlderatlou tin lUll.

'I i fr'' i; each county. A supply will be sent The answer to this question depends. Army Finance Office, Washington, I). drawee's refusal to pay stamped Hall, Saturday.Mr. lions belii spent In cliaiiterg' fur relief
w \, also to any motor club or to other Individual Ford l license
World
passenger car type vary C. thereon aforesaid shall of the Warelel'lIlI It
: written
''I or as and Mrs. W. T. Wallace visited
who may request them. Thecomptroller all the way from $7 to $9.50, according Liberty Bonds: Bond Branch, Army be prima facie evidence of the make Is In the chapter that the greater
Rev. and Mrs. E. Williams, of Starke,
1 II will furnish blanks to every to the type the and make Finance Office amount Is in meeting this null
ra' year Washington, D. C. ing or uttering of said check, and the Wednesday. spent

'!, car owner who requests it and and the equipment. The table of Additional Travel Pay Claim: Ad- due of the drawee lorpaym..nt KUtlon of the lied Crown, the uuiiuutue
presentation
Fred Cloverxettle was in Hampton
will endeavor to supply motor clubs weights and license charges on Fordpassenger ditional Travel Pay Section, Army Finance and the dishonor thereof and merit continues munlfextcd by tig-

.} A I Ij i and others who desire them in quantities cars given below is official Office Washington, D. C. that the same was properly dishonored on business Saturday. urea of tile fiscal year 1UL1MIC1 1 when

1, '" t I sufficient to meet their needs, but information from the state comptroller Vocational Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Adkins, of the total was approximately (U.INHI I,
Training: Apply by letter the written stamped
for reasons or
4 ( ; desires that no greater supply be requested and based on weights received Raiford, visited his sister, Mrs. R. M. 000, of which $2,<;U2OU4 represented
+ or in to District Vocational the drawee such discredit with
I person by on
.
than will be needed, as he is from the manufacturer. The license Hersey, Friday. the disbursement of National I headquarters
officer, Federal Board for Vocational the drawee named herein to Insure
: endeavoring to save expenses in the amount shown is applicable when the Miss Ida Hagan, of Palatka, arrived while the remainder WHS Uidiupters' .
Education, at one of Fourteen the honored check." contribution to tills (laid ii I
administration of the law in every is not used here Wednesday to visit relatives,
car for hire if the is
_ '* ; car Regional Offices; or write directly to Section 6 provides as a penalty for Red Cross herrlce.
possible Attention Is called to returning to Palatka Saturday.
to be
jII way used for hire a different rate
Rehabilitation Division Federal Bureau
checks fine of not
passing worthless a Vast Work for Disabled
: the fact also that in the case of ther applies.. Study the table below cut Miss Linnie and Altie Robinson, of
or for Vocationnol I Education<:
not the sub IMnlons
Chief; uf
over $500 or Imprisonment exceeding turning -
application to register a car, it will it out and save it for when Hampton) were visitors in our town
4 use you Washington, D. C.Hospitalization six months, or both, in the the appropriation'/ fur work with vet
not he necessary to have the name attested make out application' for 1)22!) Sunday. .
I" your which
or Medical Treatment discretion of the court, while, if restitution eruns 1 U that concerns Itself
i1' / by notary public or other offl license Florence Hall has returned to
Miss
It on your Ford car: with iiBulnlunce to dlaubled l l men iitu
to either District
: Apply (1)) is made to the holder of the
1 t: ear using the Beat., Chauffeur applications 1922 Licenses on Ford Passenger; Cam her home here after several days visit women In government hOllllltlllll; Tlu
I Supervisor, U. S. Public Health Service worthless! check the fine is made not
} .' will require attestation, as (Not used for hire) with relatives in Waldo.R. Item of $1,7HOIOO, an Increase man.
in and of Fourteen Districts
i'r that section of the law Is not chang Regional over $100 or 30 days Imprisonment, tliun $.*>(iiiuio over the. iiruirlutl> | <
f 1917-Touring _________1,480 $7.f:; Field Examiner of It!. limey was attending to business
nt
((2))
; one or both. for the twine work In lust .Nfiir'H hud-
j \ ed. Roadster _______1.3R5 7.00'' in Starke Saturday.
-
Brunch of of
I Eight Offices Bureau get, will provide> those personal sort
: of Can Sedan _______ ___ I' Under these sections it is a dangerous -
!+ Weights 1,745 8.50 War' Risk Insurance; or ((3) write directly check without Rev. Crews, of New River, preach. Ices! for (lie illuuliled mill their, fumlllcnwhlcli
to draw
j f As tho new law bases license charge Coupe _____ ____l.r/ 80 8.00 to Surgeon General of the Public thing a bankto ed two interesting sermons at the are IndlHpenxulile, to Ui'l'l..m; | u
l the funds in the
'1 on weights, this will be the first Town car ______1,705 8.50 Health Service, Washington, D. C. being sure are business Christian church Sunday. those provided' by tilt KmcrnmiMii

1918! _________ meet it. At the same time, director of the Veterans' Bureau\
; j thought of the car owner in applyingfor -Touring l.r.OO 7.50 or Hospital Division Bureau of War R. M. King left Monday night for The
.J men can not rely upon the mereexlt.t..nl'e him recently pressed' his'' dfxlre (ti I.,u,
Roadster _______ [ 7.00
1,190
J <'Nllle. The comptroller is preparing Risk Insurance, Wshington, D. C. Miami) where he will spend several
;
of this law as full protection the Red. Cross should continue ui:
Sedan _________
a list of all makes, models and 1,715 8.50 Civil Service: Civil Service Commission days.C. .

\ i types of automobiles and trucks, and. Coupe ___ ______1,580. 8.00() Washington D. C. ; but they must co-operate with A. Youngblood, II. E. Moorer, extend these "liuiMiinlzliu. Her eother
of
I !: Its provisions in orded to be in Items the 1IlIrulrllltJ"I''et..rllnll' |>| / '
# securing ns far as possible from the Town car _ -.- ___J,70:> 8.50. Medals to nearest I ; position G. W. Hinson, R. M. King and B. C. \ relief are /in'oixirtltinaticrettNi'd. ' '
Victory Apply
: their if
to theyare
') factory the factory weights of these 1919! -Touring with S.l,580:; 8.00) Main Recruiting Office\ write to prove up case Owsley were among the visitors to An additional Ilpl'r"I'| i |' u.
or swindled.
It4 vehicles( The passenger car list will Touring less S_ ___1,500 7.50 Starke Wednesday of KKMKH': has been inu>l>' tll It
Victory Medal' Section, Adjutant General's should therefore if they have
They ,
Roadster with S.1M) work In connection with n>
be a fairly complete one, no that the 7.50 Misses Beatrice and Edna Harvey, Cross
f Koaditer loss S _ : 7.00 Office, Washington D.C.) any doubt of the soundness of a check lar Army and, Navy liiiHpltuls' mil,
I"" :' owner> of a passenger car will be abtea'l' 1:100 of Hampton, attended services at the
Lost Discharge Papers: Apply to present it to the bank on which it is with the regular Army and 1 Navy
' to get information us to the weight of Sedan, S & n.> ___1,875 9.50 Christian church Sunday.
The Adjutant General of the Army relief the Ked. '"ro.s
drawn, at the earliest possible moment For disaster ,
Sedan S & !
_ his car without the necessity of having Sedan, less S PW"I,84_____ 9.00 8.50 Washington, D. C.; The Bureau of and, if it is refused, see that There will be preaching at the Baptist hall set uwlde. for the current (' tiiiuuths >

,, a'l' it weighed. Any car owner may 1,750 Navigation, Washington, D. C. or to the bank stamps on the check (not church Saturday and Sunday. Everyone uu iippriiprlntlon' of $!.4.11:< '"
weigh his ca r.if he chooses or I if not Coupe, S & I) ___1,085 8.50 welcome. virtually doubling the approprlut( ( '
the Major-General Commandment U.
to it its refusal to
? satisfied with the information received Coupe, S & P\V ___',ORO 8.50 on a paper pinned Hugh Norton was a business visitor for the same purpose[, for the (lln.
S. Marine D. C.
Corps Washington
,
and the check evidence
) so stamped 88 -
i less S ___ / my .
on the weight of the cur The Coupe, 1,580 8.00 year 19211.1921.Mole I :
to Lake Geneva Monday.T. .
f 1920-Touring, S & V ._-1,040 8.00 Signal' Corps Photos: Photographer he can make the required af- than $2OUOOf)0) Is provided (oil
also is
comptroller compiling weightson
i rit .11 t' trucks ns far fis!! possible to secure Touring, S & PW__1,575. ROOTOlll'ln Section U. S. Signal Corps, Washin- Vlavit for the arrest of the person Bryan Is on the sick list at this service and assIstance to the
ton D. C. Catalogues listing titlesof check itself when writing. the mitlunui
less S .] issuing it, and the kited Cross chapters( by
it, and where thttrut'k is properly described ,485
Army photos and giving prices of is Among the Brooklyn people attend- organization
: the notation of the bank thereon,
Roadster __
S & D 1 25 7.r,0\
{ ; and complete information Is ; \
t: various sizes may be consulted at sufficient evidence, unless the maker ing church here Sunday were Mr. and Helping Destitute Children
;
Roadster S & I'W1165
; I. given concerning Its body equipment, libaries. Mrs. S. II. Dodd and children, R. C. l budget
most domestic :
1 public of the check sets up some collateral Other Items of the
Roadster less S __ 7.00
I the comptroller will be able to give l,3RO
: Hciberger B. T. Fortner and C. M. inlHivlliiiieous uctlvltles
Land : Apply by letter or in person defense. Include $4fifir) ) for
r.1 i J either the exact weight or a close Sedan, S & D ____1,875 9.50 I
very re
A Including eontrlhutluns
1 Humphrey.B.
to either the Public Land Office, Department Passing worthless checks un
estimate of what he! truck will weigh. Coupe, S & D ____1,085 8.50 of the Interior 'VaRhin upon C. Owsley and friends motoredto strlcted for special I purpom-s and $T(\W,
has heretoforebeen
I : However, since\ \ \ there are so many varieties 1921! -Touring, S & T> __JOIO 8.00 flURpl'ctlnlpt'rllons afternoon OK for iiiiiiiHKenient., welt of there>
I). C., or to any one of the branch ton'l of the most methodsof Hampton Sunday
: of truck models, especially in Roadster, S & n _.1,525 7.50 one common Items represents' (. large reductions over

4f :1 t the matter of body equipment, the Sedan, S & I> ___ _1,875 !I.I>(O fices. throughout the country. swindling in this state as it is elsewhere similar appropriations' of the prevlou'

f ', comptroller recommends that truckowners Coupe, S & D __ __1,085 8.50 Laws and Pending Legislation: For I But with the due enforcement year.

Starter and demountable rims.seStarter information at to< both national and of this law-and it is the vie. f from a fund of JKMHNI.IKK( ) ). *:, '
:r4X having a truck with a specialws -
; 't
: 1 and plain wheels. State legislation, apply. to chairman tim's duty to see that it is enforcedthe (UK of which was contrlhuteil tin,
ws / body equipment have the same weighed I .
4 see State Legislative Committee, American practice can be virtually broken the 1 tmI'openn Ilellef t'oiinrll enninuicnand :
i if practicable to do so. -Starter. $it.MO.MMI< (> > allotted l by h tin IhtW,>
Headquarters
Legion, your Department The watchword I should be protrpt- I
up.
. It will .be noted that the equipment I trodEurope
'., I" In the case of passenger' cars notused Cross for thud welfare
,Ii f should be specified; on the applicationthat nes sin presenting the check and in ;; there\ remains ifS.'tn1-! *tl
+ p i' for hire, the rate of license will
;s 1 !I Graves (Service Dead) : CemeterinlBranch + securing the warrant for the arrest of lied
; I
+ is, whether or not the Ford is available, of which It Is end
'
; be f 0c( hundred the i
+t \ per pounds on I
equipped with either a starter' or de Quartermaster General's Office the guilty party, so he can not get I t that f.1.IMMIltMI:; < ) ( > will I"H requlr", 01'
r "i weight of the !if used for hire
4 4 ear: mountable rims both. Washington, D. C.Employment outside the jurisdiction of the state I Ib.fore 1c this work during the current ,""ur

$j1 # L 1 f' I the rate 75c per hundred pounds, plus or : Apply to Employment " he Is ItPJrt'h'nded.-Sanford For Red Cross) participation, II n. ,

r of J : an additional charge according to the tilJ'WUt ._, famine. ontu ;I''
( t 1 4 f MEMORY: : OF LITTLE HEAT- I Officer of your post, or to Employment Herald ... Joint effort to relieve
4 I Officer of Department .. tloiw In IltisKln, for thud work n '"II
+ RICE JOHNS your .... 1t"1
riH't
j I. Piles Cured! !la 6 to I I'DruMitM tlws offices China famine, for Junior lied < ;
\ Headquarters. If Employment) DEATH OF( CLAYTON SCAKIIOII- 1'1'!!' IIIK '
M <
rrr.iivl' wi.tr! ,IM7O 011...r "'.Ml r.o. ,. end other overseas activities Inc
m I
II I ( to earnI.dlu' ,. 1 ,,,n, \1' .. ' Shed not for her 1bltt..r tear, \ are not maintained by ;your post I OUGH /. I the closing) of the old general\ ' reprogram "
N4) liiatiint i ap., ,' .+.1'I' Inquiry will be I RIb: mode i f
'i1 Nor give the heart A vain regret! stir department, your It In far (, In Europe $4,078IKK i a

.' =- 'Tis but the casket that lies h're- referred to proper authorities. Clayton Scarborough, aged 20 years available.

i : ; The gem that filled it sparkles yet. died Sunday at noon at his parents' I Colds in the Chest t, III announcing the national liuils: IU

; ASPIRIN If we simply can't curb our fighting residency! in West Jacksonville The Sore Throat Grippe and the H..d l Cross makes It clciu/ 'hit >v,

J instincts, let's compromise by declaring the Inflammation Any Kind the figures do not Include ('hlll'l' <'I elpemlltures
Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade body, accompanied by father, Bar- I estimate
'' or place' any eunl>
Ilt'lIth came with friendly care.The war on M rs. Then we could tow Scarborough, was forwarded to The pure nlla In Mexican Mustang l.lnlment of volun
the Invnltmlile service
P 1 Name "Bayer" on Genuine onening bud to heaven conveyedAnd .. nil die In peace before inventing a Starke Sunday night.\ The funeral and redoes aoothe. awellniR matunth.) of planda.penetrate Muslana quickly on leers In chapters\. .

bade it blossom there. I method of attack. will take place today at Starke. Moul- in UipmheriH.,purticolarly: Kheumatium.effective in Lumbago treatlnu ,croup r rtint' ,*

ton & Kyle had charge of the arrangements I"' ... Cut*. Mums I'llea-nil oilnienti that
A CORRECTIONMy can puHHibly, b" reached by an external
1i: I This lovely bud, so young, so fair, -Times-Union, Nov 14th. ''' n
1f.fA'k1'
M.lef3h ON
CAnDYING
yearFiuS;
NOT t tR 1
>
Called home by early doom, On arrival here the remains were Mo home should
"J ceaa. be without It.
s attention has been called! to the SERVICE FOR
Just came to show how sweet a flowerIn taken in charge by Funeral DirectorD.

/.1 II :. Parndife would! bloom. article in your issue with referenceto C. Jones The interment was at El- Doctor Prttenbf It RiaJ This "ISAT1r ED VETERANSOF ;
'
the of white male Pr. J. C. Compton! Ratliff. Mina. wrltea :
\ killing escaped "
.. WART
I \ r zey chapel cemetery, Union county, have prewnbedyourMexcanMNtatana. HE WORLD
I state prisoner Luther Wilson, in attempting Liniment (or Sore Throat Chilhlnina. etc. ,
but In the The
'I: She was as a smile, family burying grounds. ana the results were entirely vatwfactory.&ssK T) is COSTING
:
::
t Which glistens in a tear, his recapture deceased was well known and popular think i vary h5xt1IY of It. . n..' '),OOO A YEAR

i I Seen but little while In said article you stated that Wilson here and much is felt his
regret TRIAL
over
a FREE !.f..5 BOTTLE -
i 1'1+ Take. Aspirin only.. told in each allowed . A. '1'ul .rod ,:.. 0 'j': AMERICAN
paek."I was to a rifle and ..,.. .. .
carry .. .
.,
T. II. TI111y11.1.L'
death. bereaved pn.u" "
Hut 0 how loved how dear! untimely The relatives "
.. ,
., _.
I'! ago vf g,,nmn lUyer Tablet of Aspirin.. ft" (''';{-: !'" '' '' '''' .."...."EM --T HELPING
'" J"l'h.'n' j vuu will be following the direction guard prisonershile here. ThisIItat".nt have the ,sympathy of all. :l'I\ :I: .... A"li. .snyiiyr"i": ;, : i !T' ) rROSS IS l

Po ,:, tend dosage worked lilt by physician.fr. To us for twelve anxious months is absolutely false in every 2Sc SOc F' '1 FILL THIS

' I. during 21 years, and l proved safe by mil. particular, and I would thank you to $1.OO ", OBLIGATIONTO
Her' infant smile was given, We don't blame congress for not N. )N'S
lions. Take chance it Sold by and
no! with mi hut iit.es. correct Drug General Stores
And then she bade farewell to earth same. wanting to remain In session while ..
It: If you see the Hnyor Cross on tablet, Tht Good Old Standby Sinai 1848 ITS DEFENDERS
you can tale them, without fonr for And went to live in heaven Yours very truly, the disarmament meet is buzzing THE RED CROSS
HELP
I s' j *.olds( headache, Neuralgia. : RhuiminUimi, A FRIEND. J. S. BUTCH along. No one cares to be completely MEXICANif t

KnrnHie. Tutnthncho, Lumhngn and for .. C -perintemlcnt. CONTINUE THIS WORKBY
- - overlooked, and forgotten.
Pain, Handy tin "boxes, of tl'It..hl..tl.
I cost few cents Druggists/ Kino" sell larger About the tuo.it notable ih.iirf; in T! < :'''',{ic!'' in' tat, Inn! was cooled ANSWERING THE

$ ]1Il"" j'l'lI. npirin, II I the trade mark of cor.no "'"1 the general depression from another paper r- -1"'- credited, There' must be something enervating ANNUAL ROLL CALL.

5 ]layer !Mniiufnrhire" of Monoaoi'tic'tirid-- in business is the fact that it is under, the presumption that the statements about war after all, since all our NOVEMBER 11-24 1921
cater of 8nJi.)1i-'lIdJ.
I general. were true.-Ed. '
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR PU. STAKKE FLORIDA PACE THREE
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1S21. __ _ ,.
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'' ' -initial amount : this week ; who are attending: school here, spent There" will he :: :: 1
) \ of having the required of Graham prenchinir hr all of
'lImnl" ":""' ''';'''"''''''' }j ' { R. W. :Surrenry; panned .
I of capital stock subscribed and paid'l through: here Monday.Scvial the weok-i nd with tlu ir p.'initi' Mr. \ won ic I Hi! iMuiJioit.v' : of ' '' i
to proceed I and MiI., T Tnom >'II! -ki, ,I ckwonil T I lverv
New of Florida in Short : h.LQ thus acquiring permission ;are anticipating ntl'mlm- in <"'ne invited. t:,
of this financial, : J Jagency I ,', rl1
business I.
with the -
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.nN. .t,, '.Nn n.nW..N. + r p. .' r.uNuullNP.wa.' j'n winch, as has been said, will week '

State NewsTold J be functioning within ten days. Mr and Sirs M. P. Matheny Silent I I liI li-!'

Monday afternoon with relative! in

BROOK ER Alachua.All I
11\ al,
Our Exchange the folk around here were in ) .
by Brooker, Nov 18.-L. O. Hazen, of town to vote Tuesday.Albert 1 1t ,
Bland, spent last week-end" here with 'w' I Il
..-. -,._ H U. ==mnm a" ... -------- his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. G. \V. Ha near Tirrr, forty
Mayor Martin has announced hlal{ in the morning in time to make connection acres of sugar cane lie has !twenty-

Intention of appointing two or three ': with the passenger train for zen.Albert Shaw, of Gainesville, was M five acres in one patch and fifteen in jo

additional police women in Jacksonville ) Gainesville and Jacksonville. It then visitor here Thursday.Mr. another, the row being a quarter- Safer

whose duty it will be to keep a departs for Bronson and Cedar Key.Ik'turning ". Goolsby, of Mounteocha, was a mile lonir. He has received a carload: l more i
leaves Cedar Key at 3 p. of syrup barrels. '
girls.
watchful
eye upon young ) visitor here Wednesday afternoon. '
m.? arriving at Archer in time to connect 'I Those attending the burial of T. T
M. P. Matheny and family spent lasting morebeautiful
with train from Jacksonville. Ward at New River"
A fitting close to the Armistice Thursday at the Alachua county fair, cemetery Sunday ,
day celebration in New Smyrna was Gainesville. afternoon from other' places were,
of about 650 of section Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ward, of Atlanta, N
the burning cases Farmers of the Hastings There was no school Friday on account t and j '
whiskey and gin, the destriction of who planted large acreages' in cane of it being Armistice day. I Ga., W. "'. Ward, of Dublin, Ga., Mr. C LA 5 S CN.
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whiskey and pin, the destruction. of are planning to make it up into syrup The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. and Mrs. F. Ward, of Tampa, Mra. AI. .+,t.-.. less costly :

crowd of citizens. j I several farmers having purchased N. Shaw, who was severely burned I,1 C. I'inholstcr, Carl and CI'de"ard.. :

machinery. An unusually large two weeks ago, passed away Tuesday ''I' Guy Pinholster, of Jacksonville J. A. l'
I
The Sebring hot well is cooling off. j I acreage was given to sugar cane in night. She was laid to rest" Wednesday Abbott, of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs.

The water maintained a h'mperatureI I that section\ the farmers having expected afternoon in New Hope) cemetery.A i I Grady Kelly and I daughter, of Gainesville INSURANCE Companies classify Carey : : \.

of 130 degrees for several weeks but i I to sell seed cane to one of the large crowd was present to pay the :; Miss Olfira Ward, of Gainesville, I'p 1irk-pruufantisaferroofing,
it has dropped down now to 105 degrees '' big sugar corporations It Is now last tribute of respect. ': Mrs. T. TJ. Godwin, of Alachua Mr." and permit correspondingly low rates

and plans for baths and sanitariums -j I known that the sugar" corporation is :III"". Kerce, of Providence, was here and Mrs. D. E. Knight, L. A. Wynn ofI I

have gone glimmering. i. not ready to buy stocks of cane, although Thursday.Miss and family, S. A, Bryan, of tarko.K. i Because Carey Shingles arc made of the very .

information has been received Thelma Thomas spent the It. Andreu and family are moving best wool felt tempered asphalt and crushed
From two to four carloads of vegetables would out contracts to the cottage recently vacated l Ioy I I'I' slate '
I I that they carry week-end with her parents, Mr. and they are non-warping, non-cracking (
are leaving Wnuchula daily 1 1 if desiicd. Mrs. W. Thomas, of Cooler Pond. I''I'' II. L. Lewis, Mr", Andreu having purchased and very durable I
and are selling at fancy prices. Buy-
the
i place.
Prof. A. B. Shaw spent the weekend .
ers are paying at the shipping plat- 1 The only accident occurring during with his family in Gainesville. 1 Mr*. T. P. Ward spent Tuesday in The natural red or green fadeless color of) the '

form$1.75 from for cukes$2.75, $1.50 to $3 for for eggplantsand peppers, !I the Columbia county fair" was one of Eldun Baxter was a visitor to la- LakeDuller.! slate surface makes the.n beautiful, and :, .t.
News received here
I unique circumstances. Mr. Vascoe Crosse Thursday afternoon. was Thursday renders painting Low in :
cost ;
unnecessary. r
$1.25 for squashes. ;
morning of the death of 1' I I'"ul'cI.
,
|I Williams drove up to the fair build- I.vl )Dyal and son, of Jacksonville, and with practically no maintenance 1" "
former resident of this whidlm''ul'l".d expense ;
here Thursday.Mrs. H place, ;
The Curtiss-Bright" Company will ing with his team when one of the were business visitors c 1
put in a large pasturage for herds of Animals stepped upon a shovel which J. 1<::. Waters passed to the at Montgomery, Ala, the ;

sheep, cattle and hogs near Miami. I liiid been left on the ground striking Great Beyond Thursday morning, after previous day. Mr. Ward was employed ; I
by the Seaboard and stationedat t't'
several weeks.Messrs. was
The ranch is one of the show placesof the stomach and making a wound an illness of
f l J. Ward, that place 1(0 was taken ill Wednesday />'
M. P. Matheny
the state and by the first of January which caused its death from bleeding.IWhile t,.
there will be at least 1,000 acres the accident was unusual and Eltlon Baxter and G. B. Colson were; 1I101'nilllwith spinal incMinigitix I.'
planted to Chinese and Rormu 1 unavoidable, the citizens of the town visitors to Starke Friday. and was rushed to u hospital, fi-K W

da grasses.Arrangements.para mude up a purse to buy another ani- Among the visitors to the fair from I dying n few minutes( later His son, .I
mal. here Friday were, T. C. and Fred Koswcll.\ who was' employed there also ,
Lucian and was with him until the end ('IIIIW. ;
Claude Crosby,
IIar.cn,
have been made with i Consumers Lumber Co. l'
Thomas and the rest of the family being in Colon, ,
Ellery
British interests for the operation ofa Five men said to be employes of theIst Marvin Hazen
direct steamship service betweenLondon Andrews Bay Lumber Company, Lewis Shrivcr. N C. The remains were brought to
Shackleforcl of Luke City, was his old home here' and laid to rent .
and Miami. One cargo has which operates mills at Mill ville and Mr. j
already been contracted for and the tether points in Bay county are to appear a business visitor here Friday. Sunday afternoon lit New River cemetery. -
of Starke part Hev. S. S. Proctor, of Ijikellutlrr
spent
first ship is expected to leave England before federal court in IVnsa- Mrs Reddish ,
week result of of lost t week here with her" daughter, conducted( the funeral olw
in the next few weeks. A tug | cola this as a an 1 alleged -
John l:. Mrs J. C. Cone.L. quieit' The floral! offerings were beautiful I
assault Winstanlcy,
and lighters(: will be sent to Miami to upon '
load and unload the big vessels. a labor organizer" of Mobile, who was A. Brown spent Friday afternoon and the community extends! its U n f' -. M I '' i\\
(taken from a train at Fountain the attending to business affairs in Grahunt' sympathy to the bereaved Ones f" > J

From the Mosquito Coast, Nicaragua night; of October 29 and severely beut- Mrs. McMillan and children, who \if v'(

Central America, 140) live turtles (Winstanley is confined to his bed I'. M. Barefoot spent Friday with have been visiting here, are guests of ( i"4: '
arrived in Tampa. Sixty of them! and is said to be in a serious condi- relatives in Plant City. relatives at Graham this week' (ViVH'i's? .. .11hPT'rl1' .pal ii

came in the hold of the British vessel | tion. Miss\ Edna: Baxter, of LaCrosse, ] W -"

Majestic and eighty more in the Pan 1 __ spent the week-end with her parents. !MASONIC HAIiGK FOUND \\ ,.yf; x"rz'K7b1G tJ" > } I ti1
I and Mrs. J. D. Baxter. y
amanian schooner Crescent. The turtles Fifteen hundred cases of line qualIty Mr. {
are of different size, some of them I liquor reached Jacksonville Sun- Chester: Andreu, of New River, wasa A Masonic !badge in the farm of a .i'Ah17An U ienlC' wll 'laC
visitor to town Saturday. shield! found l M. J. Green
weighing as much as 200 to 300 day morning. Execution of proper was >y seine
Mr." and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth, of Jul- time ago lie was traveling'! near Bel- liauerveN '
pounds each. bond will be required for the landingof Ih( :nlia; I Pry f fIonvr
the merchandise. All this will be iette, spent the weekend, here with moie, Clay county, and found (the work better roll last

With 3210 quarts of fine whiskey with the full knowledge of the author- relatives. badge stuck into a cypress log that ; You want

and gin on board, valued at about i itics. The valuable cargo will however John Pinholstcr, of LaCrosse, spent had stranded after high water in n .-for bull ami .lumrri

$30,000, a two masted schooner was | ", only remain a few days in this Sunday here creek. The badge} Is of German silver "fur tl" mui.tui
L. I,. Johns of New River, was a :: : : the ",
captured by Tampa officers Thursday j port, when it will be taken away. The and bears the inscription: "John for Nn..nalm' ,, quick start-
business visitor to our town Saturday. Leo. Williams -for pry .ImUtTV Iln1 llnn
afternoon after a three-hour chase St. Tammany LodgeNo. .
1,500 cases of liquor are aboard the In Hoirt, cellar, parr '
that took them twenty miles out in I British schooner Halcyon S. The ship Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler, will 83.: On the reverse side are Masonic L.n.uI.. your Ford car quick, n0NIIIIIYbII'N.N.I'lllllnr.I .
.
the open gulf; in a small motor boat, I arrived in port in distress, the schoon- fill his regular appointment here next and other emblems. The owner -.r.( 'gnUl"n ->n fie" Purl' START how cold the weather, on
with the running low. This is Saturday and Sunday at the Missionary can have it by paying for this notice. to tttlU wc..r ".."Ik."
gas ler i i having loot its rudder) at sea and n Columbia "I 1 lot Shot"lgnitit) Battery
one of the largest seizures ever made It being found necessary to make portimmediately Baptist church. No. 1461. One package 6 volts.
on the Florida costs. Mr. Peek, of Sturke( was attendingto "TilE PACK AT YOUK WINDOW"
and Jacksonville the of ordinary '
was ,..,.. SupctbOrIclawircci.upgroup
business< here Saturday.It 7 ht .././, tmitf{ Jrvbtttlrrv
nearest available port for assistance. fur/ ./,#r. uruMfi i./ ; cells. Works better, lasts longer.
Ben Culix, of Bluefields, deputy A. Weeks spent the week-end in The spirited film production "The fnitivulufll' H fur Jrrf.rnld""InkSprngr'LpNuW..
Ideal I for btationary engines i too.
gas ,
game warden who was shot accident- I Charles Coburn 20 of Eagle: Lake Starke. Face at Your Window" was presented ,'.. .
: iNjf fail ala sea / For bells and buzzers need but
ally at Plant City Saturday afternoon ,, lies in the city hospital at Lakeland The many friends of little W. T. at tho Gaiety last Thursday and Friday you Little e
Columbia "Bell Ringer.
when his revolver dropped out of his i In a serious condition as the result of Weeks are glad to learn he is able to i The house was full to overflowing one

hip pocket and struck the sidewalk, ,,I| a gunshot wound received in an argu- I be home again: after a two weeks' I many out-of-town visitors witnessing ya. packajjcbin power.
.4
In Dr. Smith's sanitarium in M1j Sold by d ,"rldonB. auto acc.cmory: ihopt
discharging a bullet into the groin; i ment with Deputy Sheriff Davis of stay i the photoplay which has created -
Jacksonville where he carried for and Kiiriii!", hardware and general| itore. "f
that shattered the bone, died in a Mi- Eagle Lake. The deputy shot him In was so much interest over the country a.ly / s

ami hospital Wednesday afternoon I the right side and the bullet passed treatment." since its release Some important : .

from the effects of the knot. through his body. Coburn is an ox.service Percy Moody, of LaCrosse, was in lessons were Impressed upon the audience !' "

man and was in his uniform, town Monday afternoon. among them h.lnlthe (Insidious ColumbiaDry
It is estimated that there will be at Rasa Surrency" of LaCrosse, was a bolshevik propaganda diffused
I expecting to leave for Bartow, when, 1r
least a third more acreage in pota- he says, he saw a dispute betweentwo visitor here Saturday. I among the laboring people, the horrors l

toes this year than last in the Hastings I other men. He stepped up and D. W. Kelly, of New River, was in of the bolshevik rule, und, perhaps Batteries

section. The large acreage is tried to settle it. At the time he was town Monday. one of the! reasons why the Ku tfccy Lst Jorio r {
stimulated by a reported crop shortage talking to the city marshal the deputy Mrs. T. C. Hazen is on the sick list Klux Klan has been reorganized not h hM ha

; and good demand for potatoes. I I stopped up and, it Is said, Coburn put only In the South, but over the entire +
Many farms that have not been cultivated 'his country.
hand on Davis and shoved him
since 1917 will be under plow back, whereupon it is alleged, the deputy WEAK, NERVOUS, I Thursday evening eighteen men,

this year. pulled his gun and shot without clad in the long flowing white robesof

I warning. ALL RUN-DOWN the Ku Klux Klan, marched in tho
Establishing: what is raid to be a I theatre from the side. entrance, tho

record for local sugar transactions, An officer discovering the cell of leader carrying' fin illuminated cross,

Barton II. Smith Tampa shipping J. McConkey\ in the St. Petersburg: I the symbol of the order.HAII'SOS -

man, in the short space of 15 minutesauction..d I jail deserted Wednesday except, for a Missouri Lady Suffered Until She
off at his warehouse, ap. I few insects and other specimens of CITY
proximately 400,000 pounds of fine wild life common to Florida which Tried Carduh-Say. Red I

granulated sugar. The total cash McConkey kept as pets, ordered the Was S.rprising.--Cot Along Sampson City, Nov. 18.-Mrs. M.
realized from the sale was $8,530 huge siren sounded as a warning: to Coleman' and daughter, Mrs. Willie
'' and the Franklin Sugar Refining Co., Fine Became Normal THC UNIVERSAL CAR .
the public that a prisoner had escap Fowler, of Georgia, passed through I
of Philadelphia, original owners of ed. Then it was discovered that the and hero en route to Starke Friday.
Healthy.
the sugar", purchased about onethirdof prisoner had sawed the 1 burs" leading Mm. Ilogan Smith has improved New PricesF.

the total amount.A to another cell, moved his quartersand since our last writing."

was sitting on an empty moonshine Springfield Mo.-"Mr back: WM M Those who attended the cane grinding .
change of schedule on the Sea- barrel reading a newspaper "Ididn't weak I could hardly I stand up and I at the home of Mrs. Martha Par- O. B. DETROIT
t board Air" Line railway this week Inaugurating like that cell\ over there so I weald have bearing-down pains and rlsh were Minuet Eflle and Edith
Dunnel- was not well at time," ),Ir..
a train between any says
Just decided to move over here where' D. V. William, wife of a well-known: Sloan, Messrs. Ray Goodge, Link Williams Chassis $29
caused the
Ion has
and Cedar
Keys, I could pet more light," McConkeytold farmer on Route 6, thIs place. "I Dogan Natib, Duggar: Jonee.
officials of the line to be highly: com the officer. The prisoner Is being kept getting headaches and having tgo Dogan Nabb was a vlstor to Starke Runabout $32 3
mended. The train leaves Dunnellon held for Tampa police who wanted to bed" continue Mrs William Saturday.
describing the trouble from which
him on a charge of having passed Mr." and Mrs. R:. Brown Touring Car $355
1 ear-e'e', >.seecnQu.: ttler/K : aha obtained relict! through the use of passed
worthless checks. CarduL "Af through here enroute to Starke Sat
1' restore vitalitysnt jnenly by purirrtn aDd '> Itu.band. baring heard Truck Chassis
$445
of Cardol. proposed retting U for *
rirhlntf the blood. You uu*nn teal**Streos.aniea. me."I urday.
.. Ijvijorstlnfl Can"r Prlu' M* The South Florida Cattle Loan taw after taking some Cards Miss Mamie Hall Is spending a few
1 . that I wa Improrlng. The remit Coupe $595
Company, an organization made necessary was aurprlilng. I felt like a different days In Palatka with her ftlstcr, Mrs.T. .
A TONIC under the government requirements perion. C. Thomas Sedan $660

x Orove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores with reference' to financial re- "Later I Buffered from weakness. Enoch Kelly was the guest of

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and lid being, given to cattle owners" will and I did weak not rest back,well and at felt night.all run-down.I was ao friends here Saturday. These are the lowest prices of Ford cars "in

iE Enriching the Blood. When you feel its be capitalized at $210,000, the shares nervous and crong. Mr husband hid Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sloan and children the history of the Ford Motor Company.
strengthening,invigorating effect, see how being full paid and non-assessable he would get; me some Cardnl. whichhe spent Sunday with tho lattcr's
I It brings color to the cheeks and howIt when paid. Charter for the corpora- did. It strengthened m* . My mother, Mrs. R N. Cain. Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

improves the appetite, you vill then tion ball been applied for and all the doctor good healthy said I got rendition.along fin*. I I cannot wa la Mr. and Mrll. W. W. Edmondnon promptly to insure early delivery.J. .

appreciate its true tonic value. preliminary details of the organization say too much for It." and son, J. I)., spent the week-end In

1 Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic is simply completed. So spontaneous has Thousand of women have offered Raiford with the letter's parents, Mr. W. ANDREWS JR.
Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So been the activity of those interested a* Mn. William describes, until they and Mrs George E. Kelly. ,
like It. The blood found relief from the Dealer STARKE
pleasant even children use of CarduL ,
in this organization and Its purposeof Miss Nona Drown has been a guest
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Since It ha helped *o many, :you
Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and relief for the cattle industry of the Should not hesitate to try Cardul U at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. F.
Cdp germs by its Strengthening In vigor, state that It has been possible to comply troubled with womanly ailment Thomas. I s,

acing Effect :OOc.: with the government's condition For sale rerywhere.: K.SI Misses Bethel and Irma Thomas,




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