Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 2, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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SECOND MONTH t tOwn Shelton Hall Discharged, Willie Jlicil Prospect are For Naval Reduction Tao Girl and
No License N.-;;:: to Hunt in Tour SentenceTwo For Lending Nation The Men Are Charged y
Bradford County Teachers Association Rt-rehrs 7-ycar With I Horsewhipping t

i First Grade-Billy Harris, Collon Voting PrecinctThere met in Lawtey last Friday! -

Johns Jr. Palmer Vjams Progress, slower perhaps than, its -
orris, S. R. with a large number of teachenattendance. In intersting eases which- were Texas i.e r '
M. D. Newman, Jr., Mar has been much controversy; in 1 held well wishers had hoped for but much continues to terrorized by
The sessions were continued from the spring term
the Ku
Marie the state to whether a hunter needs rapid than the diplomats Klux Klan and "white cap-:
rownlee, Sara Hope Haynes, as and more 'XI'd-\
in the beautiful rustic club house, court in'llradford county, and later 1
Brown, Patsy Brinson, Minnie Sting pay license in his own voting precinctor ed. continues to mark the sessions of pint Whether Klansmen are guilty Y,
at the noon hour a number of Lftwtey transferred to Union (county were of '
Carrie Howe, Mildred Griffis.: not, since the changing of the game do. the international conference for the laying violent hand upon citizens(
teachers and club women served a tried at the fall term of circuit court
Olive Ray, teacher. laws by the last I legislature.- Some limitation of armaments and the problems or whether they IIrt' unorganized
fit* ,licious chicken pilau dinner. held at' LB'e. Butler. Shelton lIall'lIcatle
Second Grade-Etholin White, Mer- authorities held that license must be the of the Far East, sitting. at Vash- groups, has not yet been established, ,
Mrs. Bessie McGruder is thus described In the last mber !
Williams\ Jeannette Underhill, paid, others not. To settle the matter i H. I : ington at the invitation of Prt-si<'nt'llarding. but the methods are the same.
meeting to order, and n'i of the Lake Butler Times:
Jargaret Williams, Maurice Morgan, the editor of the Brooksville Star % The conference, on which! The lust "punUhment" was at Am.
Black offered prayer. Miss Demaree The trial of Shelton! Hall, accused
|on Stcmberg, LeRoy Wilson, Clln- wrote Hon. Rivers Buford, attorney The welcome I 'the eyes of the entire world arc faa amino, 1few days ago, whet J. M.
tern. -
acted as secretary pro with shooting Joe C. Crews, January
( y Williams. general, and'his reply is printed be- made Mrs.! J. T. toned, has been In session but two Denby was kidnaped, taken to tho
address was 10th last, occupied the Union county
i Third Grade B-Louise Howe, Bply low. We publish his letter in orderto McGru- werksT but the results to be attained woods and ordered to leave town. But .+
Moore, and response by Mrs. circuit court two days to take all 1 to'lI-
I Cady, Alice Fernandez, Betty settle the matter definitely, al- are already becoming apparent In the results In this case differed from
dor. The jury after considering',:
clan, Hazel Adkins. Miss Evelyn though County Judge R. A. Green,, of invitation timony. the first place, huge navies are almost many previous onus, for bill assailant
Lane pressing reached
Mr. a night finally
gave all Wednesday ,
Bomaree, teacher this county, has held that one needs to all teachers to attend the state tho verdict "not guilt" certain to be a thing of the punt. Then were discovered and fronted. ,
Third Grade A-Eloise Ritch, J. Diriftis not pay license to hunt in his own voting association in Orlando Dec. 27-29th. Crews died the day after the shooting too, there is going to be a cut in size Warned' Victim to leave City

Minnie Mae Cheshire. precinct. The Star's prelude and of standing armies but it be n
may As
Miss Olive Ray talked on the subject in St. Luke's hospital, Ja'kson- a result of signed statements by
Fourth Grade B-Dora Manning, the; attorney general's letter follow: of few beforelecomcs this
of "Appreciation by and for the ville. matter a years yet Daisy Maddox and Grace Davis, whoadmitted

ila Dea Andrews.' Miss Margaret A great deal of comment has been Teacher which was discussed by effective. Last, and perhaps they had acted as lures five
J. ,
|hriver, teacher. heard around town because of the I Mrs McGruder. Six witnesses, J. G. Williamson,, most troublesome, the puzzling qiioim .- men were charged with assault with .

FoUrth Grade A'-Paul Knight, Sul- county judge's interpretation of the II. Williams, Rosco Johns, Jim Cone, of the Pacific and the Far East a deadly
I of Teaching and weapon, conspiracy to do
"My Fir" all testified that JoeC.
i Etta Canova, Merrill McMillan. new hunting law that a hunter must C. A. Crawford promise a solution which if not ex. bodily injury and with
How I Met It, wa the subjectMiss of his autonobilesecure to "whitecap.
Fifth Grade B-Louis Hemingway; be armed with a license to shoot game Crews went lo Hotly ideal, will have the sanction of ping" The two face thc
Demaree's Mrs. B. Perkins Shelton women same
alph Cheshire. Miss Eva Harris, In his own voting precinct. paper. his gun after threatening all nations concerned, something that charge.
talked on "Moral Training in the then marshal)
Hall (who was lIay.
H-nchcr. Although section 1295 of the law I haM not been. obtained for a genera.lion. It is
as that I the
Sixth Grade-Lizzie May TompkinsImer School," and Irs. J, T. Moore spoke< ng they would settle affairs us a private alleged Maddox and
printed on the back of the license, about ."Important Points in Teaching matter between them. The marshal Davis women induced Dcnby to get In-

McMillan, Junior McDonald, itates that no license is required of which discussedMiss by I Agree oil General PrinciplesOn to a motor car with them, after which
feuth Sternberg Leo Wiggins, Lois Reading, was Sht-lton Hall, had just Previously I
of the two
1 the ('Jlt'rllll'rim'lple'" 1
Confederate of
veterans and votersheir In I
drove six miles
Mrs. Perkins, A .13.Shaw, they south of AmarIllo -
Towe Wil. Ray, told Crews he would have to shut I
olley, Beatrice Gladys own precinct, Judge Ramsey has 11.1 big problems, of the conference, reduction in Randall where the five
Pinholster II. county,
Pr Norman, Truby \ his loud
Kinv if ho did not slop
Hill Lee Jes-
ama, Ida Mary Wynn, I up of naval armaments and n
held that because
Beulah one was required Black, B. B. Lane and II. B. Wig- cursing. There was bad feeling onCrewlI' men, all masked, were waiting. Don
Newsom, Pearl Manning, that section was repealed by the new new lend in the Far East, the replentutives by l was dragged from the car, blind afolded
Edison Brinson, Tillman Alva- gins. part caused by the accused t arresting -
nine nations '
app of the gathd -
School Roor" his hair clipped and was then
law.The "Self Control in the for intoxication Fred Maddox J
ez, lye Boyd, Mary Torruella, Eliz- the The
Star wrote to Attorney General* at arc agreed.
lashed with
by W. O. Duval, and "Discipline, Whyand a strap and warned to
him' in toaccepting
and locking] preference
k>heth Andrews, Annie Belle Turner, up
In t these principlesand
Buford for information manner applying
asking this
on discussed by A. B. leave the city The assailants then
How? was Joe C. Crews' word as i iurityfor "e- e
Merrill I Struth, Ruth Stansell, Lucille
.point, and the reply is printed below: '.the Innumerable details accoMpanying -
left in tho
haw and II. H. Black. Maddox'\ in place of bon\ all car and Denby managed to
Bohns. C. R. Sapp, teacher. remain tn
The Star Co. In8" such application
Publishing Dr. J. W. Norman, dean of rouca-< walk to a farmhouse where ho obtain-
Etone required by law. P. M. Padgett tt -
I Seventh Grade-Edna Manning, trooksville Fla. he worked out, but the big world i
ion of the University of Florida, delivered chi conveyance to Amarillo.
Matthews, Gussie MVe Benne, tilled to the good character of the IIC-
ill the utmost
meet is developing i -
helma Sncllgrove, Sammy Stern- Dear Sirs: Replying to your letter I a masterly discourse on "Mar- used, having known him 12 years.Mrs. l'OIlI'C'harmony. Differences' of opinion Priest Sues Paper for Libel iw

''rf. Miss Eva Powell, teacher. of November 15th, beg to say I I al, Training In School." He stressed E. Klondus, wife of fife proprietor exist\ minor matters between After Denby identified tho two wo-

Eighth Grade-Thelma Brinsi, In the construction of statutes, ;all I the thought that the young should be of Dixie Cafe, testified\ the clt'-: representatives on of the t"l men they made confeimlons arid the

yrtle Coleman, Millard Cooper, LWott existing provisions applicable to one trained to have a desire! to share with eased hud eaten supper at the Care has developed which powers would other arrests followed. He says he
and the thing must be construed nothing
Clarence Watson, Vandi W'bams same theirs' that IB, mutual helpfulness A and> was inquiring for 'Shelton Hall end to warrant the belief that the does not know why they attacked him.
Aether. Therefore must ae
Eva Rigdon, Leila Sapp.. Mrs we construe rising vote of thanks was given Dr. and using profane language at the! conference will not accomplish by 111 l'tho All of the defendants have been released -
5792 revised
Bessie McGruder, teacher. Norman, as a mark of high appreciation time. The state witnesses! testified to of the work it setout on $1,000 bonds each. The pro- id
statutes of Florida, as amended by the greater part '
of the association.
School the shooting shown by tdefendant's held before Vis-
High Department was mlnury hearing! was
acts of 1921, in connection with to do.
section .
Supt. II. B. Wiggins discuss.What < ,
First Month witnesses that it was donein of naval al'mlllll'nis tract Judge C. G. Lamlls.
1295 revised general statutes of 'The question
Teachers Can Do to ]Improve
Laura seltdef.nse. As result of the waged
Sophomore Class- Wynn, a bitterly
| bo solved. This ill
Florida, and consider them both, as will bo the first to
Blanche Alderman Conditions in Bradford County< As to Willie Dicks, a Times-Uni. fight which involved the American "?
the first to betaken
they had been enacted at the same but natural, us It was
Junior Class-Ethel Griffin, Madge wed by Mrs. Pearl Jones and Miss Itt'm'gives the following account: been laid definitely Legion post in Houston/ Tex., tho Ku
time. When we do this we give forceto up, having
rliddloton, Ras Brinson. iassic discussing "What Are WeDoinlt' Lake'nutler, Nov. 2R.-It took tho conference at its opening Klux Klan and the Rev. J. M. Kirwin,
the words, "without first procuring pfBrc the
Senior Clnsd-Paul E. Canova, Jr., to Improve Ourselves. jury only about two hours to agree sensational or vicar general of the Galveston Catholic -
the speech
a hunter's license as herein session by
S'ellie Stearns. The value of practical hygiene OT on a verdict In the case of the state in Diocese, tho latter has filed lIuitror
Then turning to Section 129! : Secretary of State Hughes I'rell"nt-
the modern health crusade
was reviewed -
Second Month of Florida against Willie Dicks, who the United (80,000 libel against the Houston
we observe that it is herein provided, inlC the plans outlined by
by Miss Shriver, Mrs. F. A.S'olt .
Freshman 'Class Abner Gordon charged with tho and
wall shooting Post
\ III a newspaper.
"No license shall be required of States, and Immc'dlalt'1y'c.t'I.1
and Mrs. J. T Moore.
ugh ,Brownlee, Jr., Orrie Wiggins, hunting within the limits of the killing of Raymond Williams, which principle by England and 1 Japan, Lhtwo The trouble In Houston began when
The association rill-
inah Moore.Sophomore gave Lawtey a took few miles south of LaJutler
place a concerned. I he local chapter of the klan prosentI -
voting precinct in which other big powers
they actually
Ing vote of thanks for cordial hosr
Class-Comer Long, Iibcl on the night of January 28, Rc..ktore!
reside of resident
or Confederate vet- JalJI
tality extended the teachers after
Fernandez Mozelle McGruder, this The' I long draw and which the vicar
year. calle was it l la which it accepted,
crane who are entitled<< to the payment which The Japanese representatives,
lanche Alderman, Nell Mott, Laura of I they adjourned.THANKSGIVING out and quite p number of witnesses have the most general, refused and denounced tho -
a pension under the laws of FlorIda. understood, presented'
Vynn.Junior. were examined for both the state and it. The
." And when so considered together serious objections to I the American legion for accepting legion'
Class Ras Brinson, Ethel SERVICEThe : the defendant, and both sides when tho klan
were he laiddown post itself finally split
there will appear no conflh'tween plan. In outlining this plan,
3riflin, Madne Middleton. the two sections I Thanksgiving well represented by able and accomplished the proposition that, In 10 years bought some bugles for the post, all
Senior Class Paul E. Canova, Jr., union service on l counsel! 'i
of Its officers resigning' \ and -
That this was the intent of the 1 leJr.| the naval tonnage strength In capital
argaret Godwin Nellie Stearns. Thursday morning at the Baptist; The verdict for ,
was manslaughter to organize another post However -,
lature must be assumed because of I church well attended. A committee IIhlllll of the United States; and Greet

the fact that the legislature in chapter : had was docroatt'd the- and Willie Dicks was sentenced to the Britain should be equal, while that ST. MARK'SSecond beautifully elate farm for term of *
a seven yearsat men was compromised and wa.fullow.d .
8510, amended sections 1292, 1293 church with and bowls of should bo CO per cent of that
vases rosell -
i hard labor.TELEGRAPH'S.
Sunday-in Advent. and 1294 and did not amend section i and chrysanthemums, and the of either the other two big powers: I by I Kirwin's suit.

1295 above quoted, but left it in full choirs of the different churches had This constitutes what is now know i
Usual services at 11 a: m. and 7:3: HONOR nou.Natnell .
force and effect. naval ratio WHAT ABOUT 1'1'1
as the "five-five-three
m. prepared special music for the occas-- .
Yours very truly, plan" of the three big naval powers ofthe '
Ion. Rev. David the Presbyterian
This is sometimes called Bible Sun- I4ander'of of Those Who I'aid Suhncrii| N f '

ay as the harmony of thought In the RIVERS BUFORD, church, preached an excellent lion During November world. 1. What privileges, If any, are extended -

ervices is more evident than most Attorney Genera sermon of thanks, and was assisted I Inthe Japan, however, believes that it I ill to the blind and crippled to

ther Sundays. Surely the consider service by Rev. J. J. Cullen, Rev. J. B. Florrid, C. Niles, I). J. Byrd, entitled to a larger per centagn of lI' licit alms on streets or Hit in promi.

ion of the Bible ought to have a place PROTRACTED MEETING AT HEIl E. A. Dunham and Rev. M. L. Smith. Robert l Demurest, II. H. Hall, A. J.. strength than that assigned/ it under rent places in wheel chairs' or on cusp.ions .

this' BRONN I the Hughes plan. The Tokyo representatives to sell pencil and trinkets? None
.n preparatory season. Alvarez, R. M. Alvarez, H. L. Browr

A communication from the nation- SET TOO HIGH STANDARD lee, I. S. Gamble, Rev G. F. Scott; I'. under the leadership of except in Gainesville, Jacksonville, '
There will be a protracted meetingat Admiral Baron Kato, tho Japanese
ide campaign committee asks for retorts L. Thomas, Howard N. Stanton, W. kalll and )I'ennucola oti permit by
of in this Heilbronn church, beginning A Chinese magazine's rejection Blip minister of the navy, have nuggcste"ftvofivelhreeanclahalf" und in West Palm heath al.
our progress ] I... Wall, A. V. Varm-s, F. E. Henry, mayor;
>aign. Heretofore there has been evening, December 3, and will used In returning would-be contributions Levy Alvarez, W. E. Wainwright, G. a ratio! 10 wlhem 21 hours, designate their

uch of a general nature. Now the continue for one week. The service reads: "We have read thy manuscript W. Hurst E. S. Gainey, II. IJ. Kerc, which would give Japan u tonnage stand and charge' license lee of $7.f,0.

ppeal l is to the family and to the in- will be conducted by Rev. Crawford, with infinite delight. Never J. I. Mart, I. L. Ogden, W. B. Alexander -' cquallirljl 70 per cent of that of tJIC 2. What license fee in charged for

ividual. It is definite and searchng. of' Lake Butler. All are cordially Invited before have we reveled in such a marpicce. J. II. Williams, T. C. Morris, United States, us fur as capital IIhipllare selling good from, house to house by

Many have remarked about] to the services. .. If we printed it the authoienwould F. T. Norman, A. A. Raton, K. Hilliard concerned. Itinerant puddlers Jacksonville/ $25, t

lose three leaflets. Have you read i ordain us to Take it for a Mrs Catherine Terre O. Pres.Cott Opposed hy United Stale except vegetable find fruit peddlers,

ours? "I will not offer to God ohat I IN MEMORIAMThe : model, and henceforth never print, Miss Cassia Cole, L. F. Surrencj, The United States delegates havenot $711; Miami and Ocala, $50; Gainesville .

which cost me nothing. Th anything Inferior to it. As it would Miss Louise Snyder; Mrs. Josio n. been favorable to this alteration, and St. Augustine, $75;; Daytona, v

piscopal church has simply consid community was saddened Sunday be impossible to find Its equal within Chestnut, O. E. Roden, N. G. Hayoi,' and it is probable will fight it to theend. fort Myers, Perixacolu and West Palm

red the offering as a part of lour Nov. 13th, when the news reach 10,000 years, we are compelled, though W. B. Bloodswofth( Mrs. David Blows The plan of naval reduction, asdrawn lIeat'h, $100; Lakeland and St. Petersburg -

\'orship and has neglected to put the ed here that Clayton Scarborough, of shaken with sorrow, to return your s, Susie Hell, John Toplin, Mrs. n.! up by the United States, I.IIICNIthe $200; Orlando und 1 Tampa, $10leI'

sponsibility on every communicant. Jacksonville, was dead. divine manuscript and for doing 110 1\1. Prevatt, B. G. Dyal, Telfair LotiRr. ', Japanese navy In the same relative day; Tallahassee, $75 per day.

he result has been that only part ofe Clayton bad won for himself a largecircle we beg one thousand pardons."-E A. J. Bore, i). L. Silcox, Jeff W. position, after the reduction hasbeen 3. What license is charged for so.licitore .
of friends in this community made it holds now, and the
people have supported its advance idgctt! R. A. Andrews. F. C. Geiger, as who go from house to blouse
811 he always had a kind word for everyone LAKE American delegates hold that the Iurp08es -
tark. This has awakenedany BUTLER MAN POISONED !
Mrs. J. R. Garrl /'Mrl Iva T. Sprinkle taking orders for goods to be dcliv.ered
and much regret is felt overhis the conference have not beenmet
people to a sense of their reonsibility. T. S. Stark, G. O. Driggers, O.Jonell fit later? Lakeland, $25; Ocala,
It is going to enable the i untimely death. His many friends St. Augustine, Nov. 29.-Eugen if Japan is permitted to acquireder ,
Col. V. J. Shipman, Mrs. Anna $t0; Dayton, Fort Myers, ,
,urch to make a big advance. Wilt here deplore his demise and extend. Douglas, formerly of Lake Butler buta Mixon. the new plan, a relatively larger $101); Tampa, $10 per day. Others donot

>u be an intercessor and a proper their sympathy to the bereaved fam resident of St. Augustine during navy than she possesses at theprellent t charge licumu and both Daytonaand

onate giver? Let us close,the cam- Ily. the last year, died in a hospital here BALL GAME BETWEEN STARKE time. Fort Myers make exception, where

z ign with something definite. A FRIEND. late last night as the result of an overdose AND IIALDWI N The Japanese, it Is also understood, satisfactory credentials are shown so.licitor -

Brooker, Fla., Nov. 21, 1921. of poison. Relatives said hehad have rained some objections to dl.mantling !.- is working under inter-state

r ATE EXAMINING BOARD HER brooded over financial affairs, lie The Bradford High School playelltIre some of their big dread- commerce act.

LEAGUE SOCIAL Is survived by his father and several Baldwin school in a basket ballJrame nauJrht. which are nearing completion -

I Prof.. Thomas B. Kirk, Prof. P. H. brothers and I Bisters'iwho, reside InLake Saturday afternoon at Baldwin. notably the Mutsu, which Is nowready
nsley and Miss Clem Hampton, Wrs. A. W. Anderson and Miss IIII Butler and Jacksonville. The final score was 35 to C In favor ofStarke. to be placed in commission. This Itinerant magazine subscription soli.

': j te examining board of public Inaction da Struth were hostesses Monday evening Monday morning the school difficulty is not considered serious, cltors: ? Lakeland and i'ensacola$25;

are here this week conduct' at a business meeting and socialbour CARD OF THANKS greeted the victorious ball player however, a* the United States in InpOlllttnn Fort Myers and Ocala, $100; andOcala

4 examinations for public school for members and a few friends with rousing cheers, and a number of( to grant this request If it Ispermitted requires $250 bond; Tampa $10

h ben at the Bradford High School of the Epworth League at the homeof We sincerely thank' our many the team gave short talks on ,theirsucces to retain one of its newer per day; others do not charge license .

f ding. the former. friends for the kind assistance theyIt'kve and plans for future games. warships which were slated for thescrap but; discourages Itinerant solicitors.

here are one hundred and three After reports from the different of.I1cers us during our late bereavement heap. Tallahassee has recently enacted anordinance

ben taking examination; 70 whit and other important business Especially do we thank Dr. Mann for Most politicians are willing to sacrifice Great Britain's Objection requiring itinerant merchants -

,'. 27 colored.ey was acted upon, a very delightfulhour his unremitting set vlcCli.J. themselves on the altar of their That Great Britain considers thenaval even with a temporary place

was spent with games, contests f, E. Waters and Children. country, but they generally want tbealtar reduction program all good alladopted of business competing with local mer.c'l1anta .

spell it "trinitrotoluol" theyit and music. Mrs. E. K. Perryman as a souvenir. in shown by the fact that th"London to pay $fiO; per day. "

TNT, and if they are wise they gave several piano selections, alsoMisses J. W. Hicks, of Jacksonville: hasbeen government has ordered aUwork Vest Palm Beach charge $M><5 11cense

'it alone. Marguerite Shriver and HildaStruth in Starke during the week. Mr. An exchange thinks that if Ananias stopped on the construction ofBritish to peddlers or street vendors

voice selections. Delicious licks conducted a barber hop here were living today he would have ]lots war chips' and has cancelled of medicines, drugn'or other proprietary -

e fellow who has push and pull sandwiches, olives and cocoa werenerved. for many years. III. old friends wereglad of competition. But he wouldn't. III"would an order for' parts of these vessels. preparations purporting to have




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} t j .i'.. "r...t'a w t1 !rase "br'gemi I beta tiyp' t } -Of 'otme I Lei jf'''. It r- she ..D.reJ. :' nat Msrtla ."-1 to next to Mix ta know. -'"

I both set JA'V Jft sa. tbe loge at tbe end abe began AluT was. be*
And "l.<. 'began tl TftontAft a bcndreda "But. darling, we d at even know to qwttoa" blat f1ouy! at once. abe bad gives) him s* CMD&

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,,1f1J F; 1 Sisters kldeow taI l> <-lv..r WoroLl. giance word for ItOb -" Cay that followed bet night of vigil stopped alton The work>

hl molds .ot>tl..-- rtn etth.r lyllae rACk look at It-look at It. Allx!" she bad been planning what she should upon her In ao o ,vrwh

N .. I I' to Ler. Cberry'a nudfasloo of late, Cherry bunt forth. "I>o decent men cay to him. but she and Cherry bad that abe bad DO right 10 r>

wbeo the tartfnn t her retard to bave letters like that seat to ibM r' denial now that the last dntyf -.
' t't''I ,, cot spoken of time subject again. r
f f. Martin was ral**f. tier liWiffereoee to I wives Is It probable tbat a good man''i cherry had dressed ta.neolrtdl her ur boon bad cbaucvj ;;e

I ClJI her larMTitaix-tt. re '- talk dttr- a t would do anytMog: to rouse sonicbusybody usual dainty rare_ and DOW, with tile situation and that she! b. ,d

I loa one l>vor of loxoerflste! departure' I woman to write" 'such a letter . violets Aux had given her spraying In better messes to *u"i-t C. neither

and tfurlsg the next of an apparently i about him. ?" Martin or him 1'1 Ip.
a great pUrre'bunch at her breast. ;; 1t.
I } KATHLEENNORRIS termle.s ,'I K.; all! these were *!, n l- I "Well but who U she. sad what d. j I and her blue eyes ringed and tboncbtfnl I She feat sick and client.

cant now you suppose she wrote It for?* AIls under her soft little feathered Meanwhile Cherry and P< )d

"I an deperatrly unr..w.rwd wondered .
Curry f..t.1 their first opportunity to '
__ j abe was so arrestingly lovely that : i to
raid. And ""Oh I don't know She: mad at '
Immediately after that got was well aware of the each other alone. .To both t seal
,oar AUx recalled bad him. perhaps. Or perhaps abe ia a
wrrrtbetlly, com a glances from all sides to which abe for speech was a burning n I ty

y' I' brief and apparently abates talk champion of this Woods woman. They was so superbly indifferent and It was with an Uno.t dlit. !oreof
about! Allx'a right and br bad some qnrrt'l-Iio. do I know! ,
eagerness relief that Cherry turoej
i : _..___ "Martin., she began "I read a letter him
y'a to share them with her alcter."Poor 1 But yon caa see that she it mad and with her first word
f Intended for Cherry this morn
f fl berry!" the older a'ster! maid this la the aLe gets even r"
a 11KW !d ; .I ing. I-I open all the mall!" "Peter, I don't dare say m ern
k .r' aloud atsitdlng still for a moment, "Cherry, at least do Martin the She bad to repeat It twice before he Tau tir me?"

l ;,t i CHAPTER I -With tti* tee aau.w'>tars and premtlnx both bands over bar hot justice to uk him about It !" Alit I realized that there was something be- "Perfectly be answered Ihg
1 Alt and Ct,", Uk. latter )UM *ic>ita eyepoor link old cr'Pn7-lit. pleaded at his folded st."Peter .
'.' i' t r ,asre oM. and b(. al.a. A..... tiwtartrVKUBd. seemed hind her earnest ..nd'rntlleaot tone prow
el '
h d'tII -- kind to her I Sbe sister not to bear ber '
II / ii a ;; r urad. .. """ Mil ".1. Then she saw him slop twisting his Pve Glen thinkingour at
My. B .-. B ,......'L.t and Peter must be ao sorry and The misery In her beautiful eyes made'Ails' plan. I mean': Martin p
about toward ber.She ge
HI* eM.e.t friend u P*<*r program and veer"
n7."u.tJ.t7iD Lamed about this'! And Dad would bean sink- j on Monday But something
& I thin* of B |UM I I"Buckyl murmured a question. uTM
et Martia: U.yd, englae.r. be ao sorry of all tblpgs be wanted And that. Cherry said hi a whis pened since I saw yon tl I Is ,
=:Jy"P8 J "Do I whatbe asked in an undertone ng
{ wltn ud h cam. "
ova "Is fcosband!
toCHAPTER Cherry.x most that Cherry cbould be bappytPerhaps ; w per my Instantly lowered something that makes a dlftVbad y
," *l realized # She paused, staring down at tb.
thought Ails
; -WbtU tbrr tttallT U tbat she was that curt of a nature,, she table one band supporting her fore { an connecting his name wit! ,errt
e'.li y Ails repeated cautiously.
'p a CBT.It I Dud You Mesa M. Out .
f t st fl brlr... him lo Buprtr.ber .ranlc&Jly aaaouae$11g most lute and be loved, or she cannot bead the other wandering Idly amoot woman, a Batty Wouis-she ,

I + erxmwvat la bin.y lire! But why" did lie let ber marry Fellow the breakfast thing Her look wasomber . ous In Ited Creek--and thus hg

J I' )Martin add why aunt te hex to ,-t a"wwck.rnta- T.::vrBuTfiKHwas : '' ;; and tar away. Ails standing I crowd that be went 'IUI-I I d<
i I CHAPTER IlL-Dectec .trVkland feel.
y r Cherry la too young let marry and urge keep me from marrying Peter What : I peace now, and Allx locked be* watched her dlstrensedly.! through along tI who wrote tbe letter or ISe

I(,. I} I .all Bt Moat B "_I'. bul Uam.4uta the g.rleredditig 1 a cues.*-me**-tutu we'-e made of It I I.Ill : arms about the dogs shoulders. and minute of spent '' wrote" she said, hastily. a. I' IDura
him onto t. .D
and the airrmi eeremoaythe take5 play. !I"Al laid her face against his "satiny bead "Welir Cherry Mid lifelessly. look terpolated a question, Ar t

? eh : i f coupu leaving at one for El Nte.: she used the term, she realized 1 and cried | ing up at her sister w 'Itb. dulled eyes caret! As far aa Martin gut

>, I I .', wbr.HarUau.wpl.y.L tbat Cherry bad used It too. this same I -- "What now? It's still for better ot I free now ; what I. justice nand ,

I' d)t CHAPTER IV_' )>. aonumoon d.ronjr evening, and freab conviction was CHAPTER XVII. worse' I suppose?- klndueo to Martin w rem

', Wfa.-to)'witu Nartl.. act.modl.- added to the great weight, of conviction I Allx sat down, and for a moment' count wIth me any' more!"

' "'i I 1 el br "";J' Uf.. !In her heart. ; When berry came out to breakfast covered her fare with a. tightpressedbaud. Peter wasted" no word. .

"'Oh. I"'"' she a few hours later she found Ally When she took It away there "lie grw Monday." he n

r ,' UltiB.C'HAP1"E1t lawyer.V.-At-Mm* JottlB ARBB, moaned wrlthihg as the cry escaped :I" already the porch table. Allx looked was MW serenity and resolution In her can go Sunday. This 18 I T VVay

7 i III. wedding = t-lr.1.ptemb.r.XI her. "Why couldn't It have been me. I pale, but fresh and trim ; ahe had eel tired face. night.: Your suitcase' I the<' *

_.... rnu.. 41.""" !. rlslu El M V, Into BJIowinaCbrrry la (. ham for way? I know I am. not so pretty aa j;: of the plain wide-striped glnghamlI think perhaps! you're right I He baso'the "That's all !I"

I t" wxA ....1''.. wedding.I Cherry Allx went on. resuming her j j I that were extremely becoming to bet should have no claim on you "\\e would have been on ttonight. '
"' 'ArTER VL-Ie br f.tb.r-. bouts, restless walk "and 1 know that tbos i j rather boyish type. now !I" t Cherry, flying toast Saw<

I C ..rrr eontrBBt the peaceful happy U(. thing don't seem to mean as much tome 1, She looked up. and nodded al.1I "Allx, Cherry demanded, "wonl! I Orleans !"

c k' I , ,', ohm with >ir ra.tbr. sordid .alat Dc,. Bl as to most "'OmID' But, I..ter.- I I! Cherry composedly.I Cherry alwayiI yon forgive; him I""Perhaps Her small band gripped ha: lie
El vide aiwl rs.ns.s that her marriager
+,? *
1 'Y jl.. {i baa txicn Bomeihinc of B falter Doctor she said softly, aloud, "00 wife ever I I kls ed her sister lo the morning bill I wouldn't. Ails said, jcs darkness."If .

Y l .r t. trtrVi ed. toiling bat Cherry la.. not b.- loved a man more than I love YIIa. mt I I she did not texlay. She felt troubled after thought a1it > we only were !" be be Pf
i that ah. undulrBcoioafiBS'
ILII fair to MBt-Uo. IB ,
hr vlalt slur An& wadolna' dt'llrl"! She remembered some of his I and ashamed, and Instinctively avoided "Perhaps yon wouldn't t 1Cherry breathe

'f 1 J} urjr br to r.tur* I* b.r huabBnd. half-laughing hnjf.fretful reproaches, | the Uttle carvsa. !!Cbllf'C!. Incredulously. it t lie turned to her co exqulitl tier
Sb. make preparations for fcr 4 P pBrtur* "
11 :" when be .had told her that she loved "No men?" she asked sharing her \\'f'll.l'w not very good, AUx said, distress Her breast was n< II 1said.

I'14$ . ..k/ _i CHAPTER VIIP.l.r Jorc latla O>..rrr tfv him much. she loved Buck and that. 1 grapefruit. with, her mail hesitatingly! "But vow la a vow', you falling quickly

.'" b* .... had ..... "(raad paMlon la bla In these. res|>ects, *he was no more I -"Peter had. to go to San Raffle know. If it was limited, then my: "Patience/ sweetheart he' .
; .iif.. bin Ib. WMBBB was lOOt for him. H. I! .
fulfillment of !It would be limited ,
"1 .to than cLUe! "I be Thorns In his do my 'Patience for only a few diTomorrow j
.4 f 't do* not rB>l hr Bam. Cbrnr r Jolo. a healthy may a with Mr. t'1Ir. to some 6

l,+ i t .....>buai a4 child" amid. Allz. feeling that a dry thing about the NlfIl!," Allx explained"I I suppose Of C'Oupjle.IIbe added I I'll make the am ic .t.

+a . I CHAPTER "'rJL- 'n>* young wife's d!. flame was consuming her heart, "but drove them down, and at the la'"l honestly!I""And "I'm talking for myself' ? ,i M IIAt tr Sunda Is only two days ol!

'. _". liter***** and then I* an ale a Child, ran love My dear-my dear minute Martin decided to "0. So I'' only l Their eyes met In a wild rub ot(

Ise J BVM( open "' _IL Martin ba* her old spill "I wish I could cry" she. said suddenly I marketed and got the mall and'cam. you would quietly forgive and triumph and hope.
,, *f sirfc B*** and *otn"ibln of f**J- forget r* demanded tbe Uttle la
f tog for him return lo \*rry.CltAPTER finding herself sitting on a log: I hack and the understanding Is that sister "This time we .filial) do It 1'I uon"

where low oaks met tbe forest and! the I we are _to meet them at the Kt Fran bitter s<.*orn. "Do You Know a Girl Named Hatty said.
-Dnctur IttrlclilBn totnckn I bone I would r Ails core'rested
lift I I'" cuddenlir with what all percelv open meadows. "Hut now we roust els for dinner at sIT;, and go to the say Woods _"Oh Peter-you'll never b. om'
/ ber. "Even If this la true"aheadded
: la a fatal illness Alls Bummon Cherry face this thing sensibly What Is to Orpheum. she whispered."Sorry .
to her fathof. dt>'_ Aft.r th. doctor I' with a glance at tbe lavender All hope died when she saw hla
dearest child
be done "Is aid I J My I
? They most not know that I It almnxt 'I'nr Cherry
'. dl '.r4 that facelmt .
death It I* * year ao letter-UIl. I the role of for- about her? be asked,
: ; know and In some way we must get sleepily' gazing: In surprise. at the suppose I almost !Ilu.mdibly."Sumc'hndy give your .beauty and rOUt c IC<
; ;
tae giving times times
seventy seven
I ; I out of this tangle E\'en If Peter were I clock that was' visible through tin this a man almost twice your age hatloved
; acum wrote Jester about
Cherry Interrupted her with burst
+ I th* amount Fnu-tlralty numa. all th* free. Cherry would not be free," she I often door "I'm terribly ashamed/ a Ails you all your life-do r u think
money th* doctor' left. Justin LJto "..nd And when did and of bitter and rebellious weeping. ; her started quickly there Is much chance of It?'
decided the only do silently
so thing to yon get up
I makra. It manifest' hat. h* will insist on "Oh. God, what shall 1 do!' slmj' """ 0 wrote you about her Wbafd
V 'v ''/ hi. wlf.'. rlaimiH. It mean that th. two la to help. them until It dies ....,.." I make your bed and bang up your my I she ?" he demanded "Why shouldn't It be one ot' i hap'
(Irl. are ten I with practically nothlnai sobbed with her bright bead dropped ray quickly."Just after
? -marriages? said Cherr; Iar
1 No suspicion of the truth stabbed' things on her arm."Don't | -I'll let you see It." she said. py

I' CHAPTER X.-Pl. ..r Joyc. who ha* her. although she remembered Martin : "Oh. early ,1" Ails answered' noncommlttally Cherry Cherry !1- Ails "I don't Know who wrote It-It wasn't" alienee."It .
1 y Lien trip -. the "I had hath and thlrIs crj. ..-HI." he answered, con '1-1.'
on a his 8 '
t lr and tale of
.ofr teamed:tnt strange a and
message said her signed! Do -do know her
1 world' return, having th* own tears brimming: over. you you months d th
4 the weeks become a
As (
I second hreakfaetl"Cherry !
r .doctor's hrar of Anne. position wondered about It a little In her I my She came to kneel 1 beside her sister, j Do you know Hatty Woods! She said
with r* ar mak- and they locked l bleu arms about each The letter aid-
and I
'ni 1 dlvuat AIK Pus ih* hem *
made Inarticulate sound that and miracle of It on and no ere
+ h.g a fair Jlvinc. xniln, Joyc urge br sending that telegram If not to some other and their wet cheeks touched. ""Oh sure I know what she'd say' !" go
I to marry him Mi. conx-nt and they And If to IVter why had I'ller'j N| made AUx look at tier In quick con- will think that what we fir '
'. "Don't dear! she Martin conceded furious at Allis Interference
I to Joyc* cry tenderly.
t'V B lmpl* go 1 how Is the si -th
r.-.a : !=W't.ap"p"y. cern. only
live. 1 simply telephoned? Because! ahe bad I "It'll all come straight 8Omt'ho"and"' : trembling with anger and
"Cb.h.1 Is It? she exclaimed dream !I"
known that. Peter was not In bill office well wonder why we" took It so bard resentment, and only anxious to close
fl i CHAPTER XI Mania and Cherry < For answer Cherry touted her theletter "Shall I just let Martin I Iquietly I' i airSinn
leav Kl Nld and co to Rrd <;.r"bUe. a because lobe had been /going!: to Now listen to me., Sis" as soon as the CtlI1\t"r atlon. "I know all about
rlianc wimevrhat for th* .. : meet him But where? written en a thick sheet of lavender going awaywith him
IIOme. -
1 and klud.
. Cherry bad some* hat regained her her her 1 think I know wbo
*.. .., retain the old feellna of ditl* li
I paper, which diffused a strong day? she asked a e;
; a fartlun HhB vlrtl I'eter and Allx. and Well at the boat Martin had heard composure. "'\'e'1l ascertain about wrote that letter too. You give it to

..hll. there. rome to B realization. that her tell the boy flint lie must catch ] aloe of scent. this letter; that's only fair. If Martin me tomorrow and III manage It. Therewon't which the was deeply think' "g I)
.he love Peter, Though act 1'am never Reed th.U" she said, brleflvtearfully "Doe be* know you had letter
11 ik '' know It, Chvrry I* th* woman whom the boat. j denies It-" I he any more I" "
Peter had In mind when h* loU her of Ails picked I up the per.fumed I ? Peter said
Ails did not guess, the ,truth. But 01 course hell deny It Cherry "Martin, Allx whispered, gravely,
hi. uranj paaslonl' H. b** never I In and bin
I ) sheet and read a coarse "No Ails Is going to 10 :
8N .......d to lav. lier, and. the ItuaUoa DOWbecomri she guessed enough to make her feel Interrupted' from the bitter knowledgeshe "If you hate given Cherry any cause ; I spr

P tradeCHAPTnn frightened and sick. She could' not sprawling, :yet unmistakably feminine / had of him. j -" Her voice fell and there. was a about It. Cherry outline tall
n handwriting the tolloIII&'ord..: that, she and her sister hi f al
XII.-Ptr confeue* 1lllov ,. suppose tbat Cherry and Peter had "Dear Ails again felt daunted for a second silence.
to Cl'rry' and act admit a Ilk. f*..ltn planned to go away on that boat together Lloyd : Perhaps you. by: the sheer ugliness and sordidness "There are a great many things In breakfast.'
Kuauon tM rdrln on would not feel l BO pleased with
for him. A > > yourself Then I shouldn't bring up qu"ul'kl
because> at most her thoughts of the matter but she returned to tbe life that you don't understand,
jl I* created dot lor my
knew the .
If real !
; 1'.1nJlft: l'orth; yon reason why decided ;
7 ; > find a ii> money would have grasped the Ides of on<%or charge bravely."Suppose j dear ..lstl'r.lnlaM.rtlo said reluctantly lion at all Peter
... had borrowed Anne claim fall to your husband left Red Creek It was "It would only mean an uiil d un
f I 1 th. around and Ails and Cherry ar'. two days' absence only and they had because of a quarrel he had with Hat we get Peter to ask him," nettled "a man's life Is not It's much wiser l It

'. a financially Independent Heartbroken over given her no warning of that But she suggested suddenly "Peter baa awonderful a 'om.o'a-I.o't Intended to be I It necessary! scene.
7I their tragic pool Ion. Peter' vainly seek. ty Woods. let him continue to think Ira l r<01
until this- Instant tbe thought of tbe of getting the truth this woman she has
the way says anything
1 a eolutlun which shall make for mutual on
. "If don't believe It bad bet rd K
V I napiitnve. of Ch..., and himself but passionate desire' that enveloped them you you out of people! Poor Cherry., the very j me- \\elJ now', Ill tell you something don't know anything about :
I thr aims no wayC11APTER ter ask him about some of the partieshe let Ails think that you are cr: 'viol:\
had not reached her she, bad Imagined mention of his makes and tell
; name her you can your sister !If
had with Joe "
XIII-itr.. North": Martia Cherry's feeling for Peter to b* King's crowd and wince, Ails thought, watching her this Is a frame-up, that I'll fight Hatty the wbole'tblng!
IIBB. hrr suspicion a concern- where they were oa the night of Aug. "Until Sunday !I" she whl..1' .red.
I something only a little than sister "U Martin I Woods and Woods "
stranger sorrowfully I
legrPeleruan fifty I
I Ii .1 I- and th* lovers Ilta 28 and If he knows anybody named can natty "Until Suod.,.." Peter glanced al'
1vY danger of the situation.CHAPTBR ber 0"o. convince Peter that It la not true, 'j "Martin-for heaven's esker I Allx
flatly Wood, and ere what he says. l Martin and Alls who were taming to
Now she thought of Cherry's: then that make all the difference In j warned, him. as she pressed her violets '
"xIV beauty,
.-Joyc* urge. Cherryto Ask: him If h* ever heard of Roppa'hotel gettur absorbedly In low torn'" M)
lea. Martin and tto away with him her fragrance and aoftness, the shine and when he was In Sacramento the world she added aloud. "Then |, 1 against her face. I'll make all thll
y Ise + to rrmot part of tli* world where little sweetheart,
1 they aom can live their live. together Bh. In her blue eyes and the, light on her last If he denies It, you can show yon tell Martin frankly that :you-have'I I "Wt'II.he said surlily, "now yon misery up to you !I" he'blI'1'E J. H*!!
I finally conaenta.. feeling that Allx will forgive corn colored hair and knew that life blm.thlll letter." the old how ready to live In, and you know how I feel l about It!" locked In bill cur tt
and i e er make* arrangements. for little band was
1 I
for them all .of late had been mined want to live there. He- "
y i' their JourneycTlAlTBR There was no signature.! )Iartln.Ails pleaded, feeling that rest of the oenlng.

)1h i XV.-Th. day of their departure with frightful danger. Ails who had read It first wltb a "He'll never agree to that I" Cherry Inld. | her lost hope was sinking away from e o.

r { arrive Peter had gone Into Ban "Cherry would be disgraced and bewildered and suspicious look, read shaking ber bead.' "But If this her, "can you deny her story" Morning came a crystal .i-:'una

)i1p% a V I.Tanrlnco.the cieamer where Cherry Actu.lly..n was to her meet way him to Martin-Martin would kill her If he It again and flushed deeply at the Is true" she asked again Indicating I I "You get Cherry to deny that site's morning and life went on. If then
f1i 3!
the boat Cherry meet Merlin, who baa found her. out! Oh my. little sordid shame! of It. She laid It down the letter 1 I never lost a chance to beat It away was any change at the cabin asst

t1f6 left bus situation to her lied Creek. and ah. manage I* on. sister! She would be town talk ; she and looked In stunned conviction at "Then tell I him that unless be agrees I' from home ever since she wag mar. change for the better. Allx i, a! Mi '

i I hla *way to gel word to '' and goes back la so reckless she would do anything her sister.' ./ absolutely) to a separation Ails: said, ,ried." be said. "You get her to deny been silent. and troubled for H'tli'

li ity err yl 4. ti' lo she Ails'mutr. home: couragufllclent atth Martin On to the tall I war him -she would be a public scandal and Cherry ...ho8.. breathing nard, "that you will get a divorce: !t" I that she has said over and over again while was more serene now > usua' 1"t"OnMrned "

th. truth about tier feeling for him. Martin 1
k't, 1r l prof*"**** himeelf: unabl to under- the papers would have her tdeturesUad's raised her .head, rested her chIn on "And live her"*, alone!, under that ) that she III'Vf'r'nntf'd children that for the comfort .f Mr

land" her grievance little yellow-headed Charity her hands! elbows on the table and sort of a cloud Cherry said, with 'I, her marrlall'e'a.. a mistake! You heuifhold. and as usual bus daylong

CHAPTER XVI.-Apprleing( Allx of the Oh. Dad" she said, looking up Into stared at AUx defiantly! watering eyes "Oh well I" she said, ask her to show you the letters I've with, her poultry and pl:;; i her

''. Martin situation lnlnuale between that himaelf. aunteone and ha Cherry. been the dark, "tell me what to do I need! "There slit said almost:wltb tri rising and going toward, the door. written her, asking/!: her to come back beekeeping, stable, and dog I'eterrtvted
"Ifa horrible
.1' 1 b ,r V I making love to Cherry Allx Indignantly you sot! Won't you somehow toll m< umph. "There Now la that so easy? horrible- and then I'll show you tile answer I was his courteous, gentle .

repudiate ih* Idea and Martin haa no what to doT'tJlel1ce Now, am I to Just smile and agree to whatever I dot I What Is :your Idea- got !I" self more like tbe old Peter.I'i' 'tad

NV'' ( AV ,i. 1t obeervilon conception of made th,* real by truth Martin later and some her and darkness. But even lc: say "Certainly. Martin/ ,' 'Of course. that we should dine, and go to the "Mart," Ails said. sharply, "there'sno always been occupied with! .1',

...n Intuition fore Allx lo a realisation Martin dearf Nuw you we--now you Orubcum tonight aa It'nothing bad 50':
Peter mod that gloom Allx could tell the fog wai use In jour taking that tone with and his hooks than like till
,If \
!.. night wandering In the wood, unable to rushed on. ber words suddenly violent"And you can ask Peter to cross-examine '
,4, make. up her mind a* to the auras ahe like a tired br"lIthent o\er the, lope Martin?" poor girl, this lIau""J .- been so changed by l love to .
1 go on with him-a. his wIfe- tell to leave Hatty out oft !I" Martin the a, re-
dI ... will' pureueTie. of the redwood you satisfied with ftsixcts
when "I wonder If Martin would tell me? Illcb
a common woman like that-
e'5iiia hale luTa list liboul "IT Steadily came tbe change. The durk Martin 1I.ld."Tbe best thing you can and consideration wit
"Cberry dear! Altx. said, dlstresedly. *!- Why: couldn't I pretend that. I opened do la to let the whole alone !I" rcpt'
'1 why didn't I let him !I" ran Allx's ness, by Imperceptible degrees, lifted that letter by mistake and frightenhim thing be found himself! surrounded b.
tboukbts. "I thought of some older "Light !I"' Allx whispered, awestruckAnd But she saw that be was both nervous ed life placidly enough ; pert II
"Ah. well you 'lIn't realize It; nobody Into admitting It, If Iff truer of
woman I don't know 'b1-all\\'a, Ididn't a few momenta later she added and apprehensive and she knew had been disturbed by the at
"Pawn !I" but the woman to whom It'n. Alb: aald. that the Inference she and Cherry haddrawn the letter perhaps he was wt. :sat' "
care so much then. But I care "
"You could admitted life
Cherry .be'
j now 'I'el'r. I care now 1 can't gene It was dawn Indeed that was creeping can Cherry Interrupted her from the letter was a true one. let the question of an adjuster:
J covering her with ber hands. lessly. "But you may b 4 aura It Is It
face: "Does .know rest
of + you up even to, Cberry. It Is iiousense Into the valley, and as It brightened Cherry anything of tween Cherry and himself
"But let Wm be true enough I" she added. *
say what pleasesnow this? u"
Martin the
and deepened and warmed momentarily presently muttered."Do . amused him to help get
't to talk of giving: him up, Ails '
abe "let. "Then leave It to met" Alls saW.
added "
s I told heraelf trilling down In tbe Inky Ails felt some of the iieacs passionately you want her to? Ails asked, ready for a tenant and from the
r him to what be follow "And don't feel! too sad. CbelT7.You' .
e < I lpIIII.-1'11 my of H'Wi
d .J dark, on a 'log agalmit which her wild and glory: of It aweJIlng In her tired/ ) pointedly. that Cherry talked use more

.. walk had'. suddenly brought bi-r, "for heart She was still sitting on tbt own course from today on !I" young and life may take a He shrugged his. shoulders with a there and made no comment ur[ >n on
Allx. watching her fearfully, wasamused turn that changes everything for )00. 'tunon >
l great assumption of Indifference."If dcp
? we are all married people and we all log. dreamily watching the expanding frequent reference to
at tbe In her. Cher You always have I'eler-Peler and had<
1 1 love each other But oh, I am so Morryl beauty of the new day, when then -change back ,I" she wants to bate! It all draggedto Monday, be deduced that become )
ry's eyes were blaring, her cheeks me of yon '
the underbrush he : light why, she can go ahead he ,
o I I am so worry, Peter she whispered was a crashing In to her sensee. '.
pale. and feverish, "Allx you re the best sister a girl j8a \
Hervoice was dry remarked "I'm ,
carelessly not '
hind and wild with and wltt stopping less unhappy
as If the were speaking to him.y her. Joy Cherry: too was
t and there was a sort of frenzy In ber ever bad !I" Cherry said passionately, bylOlCl
ber! Pet<
twigs and drledvlirown on bit Bbe bad been. By avoldlnfi
y ,"You couldn't help It, 1 know that. grasses
manner that Allx had never seen be- putting her band on Allx'a shoulder."I .
I She Is so pretty aud so sweet, Cherry wet coat Buck came bounding out ol "At least I think yon ought to let refraining even In words and
A fore." To little to wish I were as big as are I Kb*
bring Cherry yon "
sunny Cherry lead her Ufa wblo < .
own this! for '
the and her. after
f. -end IIhe turns to you as If you were forest leaped upon And he's made from the companionship .
UIIto change the radiant Innocent me ao wretched whispered w
j her big/ brother!I" "Bucky! she faltered as he stood! Ails countered with ..pifrG"Lie hungered, by devoting hers
1 J child that had been Cherry Into this Cherry, with trembling lips, lit
I ( 'W! r She got to her feet and went on. beside her, his quick tongue lashing "tbat In your old house. enT he Allx, she managed to hold ber ftIn ;,
bitter and disillusioned woman-Allx sometimes I've been sick of life I :sad
"What am I thinking about-tt'. absurd ecstatically! / close to her fare, every asked, resentfdlly' aa ha flipped the leasb. Even though Ails \
felt if the But I will Investigate this letter and ,
as whole world were going -
of his
Can't splendid muscle of his body wriggling page program with a big thumb the knowledge of the secret
people like each other, InN that
mad roil If It'a not I'll Allx ITil .
1 a* If life would never be true try again and stared at It with unseeing .
: eyea."What mentioning
.I this world, just because they Happeuto shared without ever
mist mane and serene again for any one of go away with him .If he wants me does she want to live, there th t(
be married I'eter would he the with eager affection. 1)\11)01.1\ bet'them like a acl't'en.
them"Cherry to 1'1111\'. here
or -and study French r.
i me old fellow? Kid come to fine the house, bad
drat to laugh at me. And Is It fair to you ten, busy about
do to lectures with
w believe she 7oU-1O
Itr go
you "The remains
esi 1 we?" fact that she does"Mix derfu! "together. ,,;
Merry even to think that the would- .sked.Cberry. "You darling! Ails old with an !:.
a'' '"Ob but It'. true !I' the boneater.ImipulM She bad Dot cried during the, long : persisted

' 1V tJ .. Interrupted, mercilessly "It la t vigil of the nlibt. when a storm hat tlew dlaa, roused from a moment of aching. "Yea and have just aa good a time
silence, shrugged ber shoulw -
r f )' e.-W.htb.ttt..; rljfht' .or: wrong or raged In her heart and _had left bet beart."I M At the never had. been married at.M.tnn'nMt'M' (Continued Next Week)

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,f Taylor-Many farmers are plant I I jury from heavy freezing. E. W. town Saturday.Col. and Winifred Wimberly -::::
I and
H t J r ing pasture crops for their hogs and .Jenkins, of the Agricultural Exten Roy Chapman and Col. Fred Wimberly, Jr., motored to Stat
!! It} .. ""._--:---'-} cattle. The seed for these were purchased 'sion Division, says the variety knownas Cone, of Lake City, attended court urday.P. Sat

fI r--- co-operatively. Abruzei rye is superior to those here last week, returning to their L. Tipping, of Grern Cove '

Bradford most popular in the northern states homes Saturday evening. county superintendent of 'n.1

"f11i I- With The Hamilton-During the week we organized for Florida. Other strains of south Mr and 'Mrs. Frank Douglass( and Clay county, arrived Sunda sen fw'ght;

f: : I I1ft two community councils. ern-grown rye, often listed as '"Geor Mrs. Henry- Pinkston, of Worthington for a visit to the schools in th ,'

:: j' : Farmers gia rje" or "Florida rye," are also were shopping in town Saturday. ity. While here he was the -in-
; ''t ; County \\'alton-We have just closed the among the most de.irablearieties Mr. and .Mrs. McCall, of Guilford, II. C. Wimberly, Jr. of

} \ .J.Jr best fair ever held here. Our peopleare for Florida. Local: seed firms usually motored to Lake Butler Saturday.' Darling Austin returned .-

';. i", '"'I.' ;I .___..___.___......_.... ". '._' ._.... .preparing much larger fairgrounds handle the southern-grown seed Moss Hewitt, of Worthington, mOtored -, from a visit with relatives "dayMax.! .

: for the future. Agricultural! or varieties best adapted to our conditions to town Saturday. ville. .

.. .! ((0 \} exhibits far 'surpassed those of all while. those whose fields of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Parnell, of I Mrs. II. C.

PRIZE! ENTRY: IN ANNANIAS most. It Is the coldest part of the previous years. business are more or less restricted Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Rosa Daw- the Wimberly ant, lined
1' P following
t J" 1: CUP CONTEST; year. Certain feeds are least plenti to northern sections may find other son this week. Mrs. B. L. Barker guests Sunday, Mr and
r.t.1. and
a t ful. Pasture crops, upon which many childre Mr,.
varieties more popular. Reuben Glover returned home Sat-
r E. S.
# r r, ", I An American poultry farmer went animals subsist during the pummel FARMERJJROWNFarmer The season for planting will ranaethru urday from Jacksonville, where he underwent and baby Carpenter, all of and Jacksonville Mrs. Stew H.. s

'( over to England: to have a look around months, are no longer sufficient to October and early November In an operation for appendicitis.He .

:'y j, ,y I f ,) the .poultry farm. there and see maintain grazl/ig/ stock without being Brown and Samantha go to the northern section of the ..tateplantln& is doing nicely at present.! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bar) Jr of
; i ) mis supplemented by other feed. Of Macclenny, were visitors here
..' ,, where the farmers were making the State Fair. & may be made at a some Mrs. D. F. McDonald has returned Monday
r I and Tuesday.
{ takes. He did not hesitate to tell how course, some animals live through the what earlier date than would be advisable home from a visit with her daughter,

.f I far advanced was the art of poultry winter upon. nothing but pickings Well, here we are, Samantha. After farther south.. The ;peed Mrs. C. A. Mixon, of Miami. Messrs. John Bryce and Lon D,,.
"I several from the woods and pastures, but that long ride in the street cars Sha made a business trip herr.
keeping in America and spun should be drilled upon well prepared Miss Mildred Roberts entertained Tuts.

Pi$, p yarns on the subject. Twenty chickens that is not the best way. we are at the fair' grounds. soil at the rate of about two bushels several (If her friends with an apron I I day. .
J, I It is livestock How are we going to get in? 1 Idon't R. L. Black, of Gainesville
from twelve eggs appeared to bean poor ennnomy to neglect to the acre, or, when a grain drill f is and tie party at her home Friday eve a Dr
f everyday occurrence in the United during winter. Neglected and see any gate. not available, it may be sown broad ning. Delicious refreshments were I: G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, we tusi.
or Follow the crowd. See they are all ness visitors here Tuesday.No .
States if the stories he told could left to themselves they will requiremore cast and covered with a drag harrow served and each one present expressed I -

be believed. But a bluff old English time and feed next spring to going this way.lIere's or disc. themselves as having spent a pleas

ykJ. I :, . ,: farmer was not unduly impressed. get them back to their normal health where. they go in. Rye seeded upon good fertile soil ant evening. wonder some people t nt the

.4 I I "Happen, maSsler' ," said the Md and growth. Prof. J. M. Scott, of the Howdy, mister. How much do you should, under reasonably favorable Those present were Misses, Thel- earth. They cried for the tm when

man, "ye have never seen as many as bride experiment station, says that charge to go in to the fair. conditions, furnish good grazing .In ma Dell, Hattie Fowler, Estelle Ros they were kids.
50c in this
e t a hundred thickens hatched by one livestock left to rustle for themselves 50c please. Drop your from 80 to 100 days after planting.The enberg, Christine Townsend, Mild I
( "' t -: hen at a Betting f" through the winter will become stunt slot.50c profits from the livestock industry red Roberts, Frankie Priester, Mag- Here's hoping the short ak n gut.

i'dRf': J j "Waal," answered. the American,, ed and can never regain health and Josiah, madam.for J. are derived very largcjiy from gie Dekle, Ruby Philips*, Eva 'Parish, I''I vives. We are fondly look' & for

ire r \ cautiously, "I can't say that I have, vigor thus lost It is economy to help lie only.paid paid for me.himself. It is CO the ability of farm animals, especially Julia Register, Russell Rivers, Hen ward to the time when "the- will be

r @ f but;--" livestock through: the winter. Feed cattle to turn cheap roughage into rietta Padgett, Katherine Dekle, Kate :I still shorter.

'\ : 4. "Well, then listen' here, maistcr; I used in this way is money well in cents each. the butter, beef, or other market prod Epperson) Vivian and Nettie Mae
but 2Gc at
Why never I
j. have," returned the farmer. "Down vested. ucts; and the greater the amount of Fowler. Messrs Lecman ,Rivers, Auto owners can find blank for license .

, I Ipswich. way we allus Till a barrel with county fairs. let pasturage and other forage produced Romie Dekle, Hal Maines, Leroy Ml- applications at any lank, office
stand back these
I' ( eggs and set the old hen on the bung- HATE !MAKES GOOD HOG[ PASTURE Please. ;. people on the farm the smaller! will. be the zelle, Eldred Duncan, Clarence Chan- l of county judge, clerk :ircuit

I !I' hole.-New York Globe. .pass.Josiah back. won't let necessary feed bill. Money' saved i is cey. court, tax collector or motor -mb. After .
come They
money made. Mrs Jane Croft of Guilford is the about the tat of December) these

E : b I + r 'SI OP THAT LEACHINGAN IWASHING > Every farmer who has hogs to car me in. guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. will also have information ai to the

: : ry through winter and spring should I .paid you 50 cents. Ain't you going JUG SALE AT STERN ERG'R. Crews this week. weights and rates on cars and trucks
I i.. to let m'y wife in?
I have a patch of rape on which to :Mrs. P. P. Dekle.and son, Marcus,
I. You only paid for one. BIG SALE AT STERNIiEItG'S
Milliona of dollars worth of .plant visited relatives in Lake
graze them. It has been demonstrated LAKE BUTLER of Five Mile,
1 What? 50 cents each?
!, food in' washed and leached from the that rape furnishes more grazing,, Butler last week.
I. 1 You said it. To Cure Cold in One
a Day
t y'' I soil of, Florida every year It is washed where the land has been properly. pre Lake Butler, Dec. 2.Jim Adkins Mrs. Nannie Odom, of St. Peters- .
Dog bust my cats. Say, young Take LAXATIVE I1ROMO QUININE (Tablet*>
into the wet bottom lands, into the pared, than any other forage crop for and Preston Williams, of New River burg, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.F. scope the fkMiKh and Hendm lie and wi, off!Ie
I man, do you know the war is over, or Cold. .E.W.GROvER: .Igunturooniau" UUL V
1 where it it would be
and the meadows this season of the year. The earlierit motored here Saturday G. Schell this week.

,,i a .j worth countless millions. It is washed is sown, the quicker it will be ready Is this a skin game sir? all EOc. David Coffin, of Johnstown, .was in'' Miss Shaw, of Madison, .spent Sunday
Regular price, pay '
t int othc wet bottom lands, into thelakes for grazing. town lust week transacting business and Monday with her sister, whois

He"" N J I f and into the rivers where it Is The land should be well preparedand Samantha.Well, here's your .money. Come on Miss Thelma Dell, of Alachua, is'' teaching in our school. 1886

I ) without value to man. unless the soil is naturally fer Down at Starke they have found the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Fowl Cot. Joe Hill Williams left Mondayfor

I a i This should. not be. tile, 800 to 400 pounds of fertilizerto out the war is over and most of 'em er this week. Tallahassee, spending several

I 1 How can it i>e prevented? is the the acre'should be applied. It is a have come down on everything; but Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes and days there this week.

6 question that naturally arisen. 'Thereare mistake to attempt to grow: rape on you chaps don't seem to read the .paper daughters Misses Trumie and Johnnie Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry DAVISINSURANCE

J many ways and all of these ways thin soil without any fertilizer. K. !. Why, DeWitt C. Jones Hardware of Miller, motored to Lake) Butler spent the week-end with Mrs. Su-

,I are more or less. applicable here in W. Jenkins. district agent for the agricultural Store found that out long time Saturday. sie Townsend.
Florida. extension division of Florida Misses Alberta and Lola Bielling Prof. Abernathy attended the examination -
: t -; ago, and he has been marking things
'a, The f first thing that enters the mind Bays that this fertilizer shouldbe down right along. Come along, Sa spent the week-end with their par for teachers held in Starke

y 11 of the modern farmer of stales to the high in its nitrogen content. Sometimes mantha. lie don't seem 'to want to ents at Providence. this week.

.. -,, y north of us is terracing. However, a top dressing of nitrate of soda talk. Afraid he will find out some Bob Greene, of Brooker, motored to

I f.. that Is not no Important in this tltatel' Is applied. just before grazing, whichis thing. Lake Butler Saturday.The HIGHLAND
1 whole. In the hilly, clayey counties teachers meeting was well attended STARKE
', i .j I as a always beneficial. It may be planted My land, look into this building.

of North and West Florida terracing in rows or sown broadcast. When Here's a fellow selling coffee free. here Saturday. Highland, Dee, 2.-Messrs. R. B.
i .J I Is highly desirable ns a meansto In it requires about 3 Col. A. S. Crews, of Starke, attended Miller of Jacksonville
planted rows Good to the last drop. Come up Wallace and P. C.

,I / prevent wishing and leaching. pounds of seed to the acre, and when and have a cup! Have a cup I court here last week were transacting business here m"w"utrn un: ;
\ There Is not enough of this practicedin \ sown broadcast about twice this No, thank'ye, we'll have some with Rev. G. W. S. Ware will fill the pulPit Wednesday.

I i. those' counties; in some hilly sections amount. our lunch. ) at the Baptist church Sunday Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James COFFINS & CASKETS

:' there is .practically none of it. have shown that hogs morning and evening. Everyone cor be learn their ofUndtrtaktrt'
//I Have a cup now! Cost you. noth- Strickland will glad to And a Full Line
One of the l best methods for conserving grazed on rape and given a half ration ing! And, oh so good! .dially invited to attend. son, Leonard, is convalescing, after a Suppltei
.soil fertility in Florida is to Miss Maggie Dekle of: Starke, spent
of grain made gains of 452 What do Samantha severe illness.
al .. .i,) grow cover crops, especially in fall pounds from each acre of rape. Per- Well, I don't you mind say if it is free. the week-end with her mother; Mrs., Mrs. J. A. Starling spent several AUTOMOBILE REARSEAlways

and] winter when heavy rains are froquent further information Ida Dekle. visit hand. The best service
I aunt desiring That's mighty fine, Mister. days in Jacksonville last week on
tiyiI According to specialists of the I Miss Lucille Varnes, of Johnstown,, at the lowest prices. Special
should call their
I upon county agent, Have another cu..1. Cost you noth- ing relatives.H. .
t f I divis attended the' teachers institute held
agricultural extension attention to telegraph oren. -
A Florida or write to the college of agriculture, ing! C. Wimberly and family had as
ion. These crops form a net% work of Gainesville Flu. Ask for of here Saturday Auken and Registered Embalmer.
copies Well, now, I don't mind if I do. guests: Thursday, Mr. Van
n t roots in the soil which holds the soil farmers' bulletin JC-t. Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, attended .
y1l Say, Mister, you must have found out Max Wimberly, of Jacksonville.Mr.
;' 1l particles together' and thus prevents the war is over. That fellow at the court here Saturday.J. and Mrs J. W. Byrd, of Law- DeWTIT C. JONES
n I and the consequent' S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to
!its washing away COUNTAENTS', REPORTS gate hasn't found it out yet. Better tey, were visitors here Saturday. STARKE, FLA

; If loss of plant food. tell him. Why at Starke at DeWitt C. Lake Butler Saturday. :Mrs. II C. Wimberly, Misses Beth ;gCtIDtR7
'" Among winter cover crops should Mr. and Mrs. Josie Finkston, of
Jones Hardware Store they have already -
OI'lI'eoIR-Peo..le' of this county are
,1 kudzu oats and Worthinglon, were business visitors
: i he mentioned rye
]V bur. clover. Kudzu( is probably the taking'steps. to protect all ,game birdsa found that out a long time ago to town lost week.

best for this purpose, forming such amass league known as the Wild Life and now they are selling sausage :Mrs. J. W. Townsend is a guest of
d rl i League, having recently been' mills for $5 and $5.50, and Bluffers Mrs. John L. Smith of
of roots that hardly a plow can her daughter, ,
'" ized for the of organ-I at $2.50, lard cans, 50 and 70c each; ]
tear them up. It Is also a splendid Dade City.D. .

I forage and grating crop. For the birds of- this section. heating Come I\toves-on, Josefus. Ifs, hasn't timeto W, Borum and daughter, Frances Cane Mills and Kettles

.- of man who does not care to grow kudzu spent. Thanksgiving at Lake
It : Day-Many farmers are placing orders talk to you. Come on! '
\ choice between oats, Geneva.
there in a
1\ : for fruit trees, which bids fair Here's, some more free things! My,
I and bur clover. The clover is not Miss\ Williams is in Starke this week
to this county becoming a great fruit warm biscuits and butter! Better
1 in this state. Cut taking the examination.
in general\ use Cost
r J growing section within a few years. throw your lunch away. Here's a at
l 11 there Is no abjection to oats or rye, hardware store. How much is the Miss Ruth Richard spent the weekend
( both for grazing: and for spring grain in' Jacksonville, guest of Mrs.
Alachua-Our fair, held this week, heaters? I'm! ; too high. Can do -
) Plant oats and rye in the full Math Sapp.Mr. .
j has been generally proclaimed the better at Starke.
or early in the winter; do not graze I fend Mrs W. J. Epperson, of
best ever. The community exhibits Hello, neighbor. What can you buy
till well established Starke motored to Lake Butler Tues
them they are .
rr New Price
Old Price
excelled many county exhibits often one at Starke for?
f and they will furnish fine grazing for day.
I seen at state fairs. Club boys pigs, Why, $25 for a top-notcher and
: livestock will prevent\ most washing Two cases of interest disposed of at
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; r1'' I besides winning many first prizes over down to $2.25. No. 45 Power Mill $275.00 $210.15
',,, and 1 leaching, and will give the farmer this: term of circuit court were those
breeders four-cham Have been over to the midway?
grown-up won you
I something to harvest or to plow of Shelton Hall and Dick!!! Hal, was
I pionships as get of sire and produceof Haven't been anywhere only here. 10 ft. Carrier $25,60
ll, ry 1, under for humus next spring.WINTER dam. Come with me. Ill show you where set at liberty, while Dicks drew a sentence $40.00

} f" ) \ : CA11E OF LIVESTOCK you can turn a wheel and win a fine A series of seven of entertainments years. wilt be No. 12 Horse Mill $70.00 $51.00

"I Marion-Made a business trip to blanket for a small num. given here this week. Everybody invited -
:Macon, Ga., this week to select machinery Come on, Samantha. Let's go. Now "
The most critical season. of the year to attend.P. .
ioo $73.70
for the new creamery associa you see that man has just won a nice No. 13 Horse Mill $
for livestock is at hand. During November P. Dekle, of Five Mile, was attending
j 5; I tion. Saved about, $800 for the en blanket.
i December January and part business here Tuesday. -
4 tt I i of February, our farm animals suffer terprise. We expect the creamery to Want to try? Only lOc. Leroy Mizelle and Clarence Roberts 60 Gallon Kettles $19 $$15 '
I December Yes Got blanket the
start work about 10th. I'll try. a
Richard and Mae
-I Misses Anita
I 'l NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL j first time. Johnston motored to Five :Mile Saturday 4q
MAY SALIVATE YOU Citrus-Spent three days demonstrating Now let your wife try. evening and were guests of
.packing of vegetables and Well, you missed this time. Let the .z.

I It IK !Mercury,-Quicksilver, Shock fruit. A number of growers organized old man try. He has better luck. Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Proc '60 Gallon Coca Cola Barrels $2.50

1 Liver and Attacks Your Hones : and shipped) several cars of mixed Well, you missed this time, but you tor.Rev.. S. S. Proctor visited friends at

vegetables and fruit, thereby saving got one. Try again! Lulu Sunday morning. New Cypress Barrels $2.50 .

a' ? Calomol salivation Is horrible., It 07 cents on each crate shipped. This Josefus Brown, that is gambling! Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy, of

1' wells the tongue, loosens the teeth was first fall vegetables shipped from No; taln't when you win.
; Five Mile;were visitors here Sunday,.
,l i, lit!. and starts rheumatism. There's no this county in car lots. Our growers A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at .. '
are enthused the co-operative RYE FOR WINTER PASTURE
#'' reason why a person should take sickening Starke

; rw, F ; calomel when a few cents buys methods.: Sapp.A box supper was given at the club DeWitt C. Jones

a large bottle of Dodtion's Liver Tonea Many Florida farmers who have I' Saturday evening. The proceeds Fla. rr

perfect substitute for calomel. It Polk-Citrus fruits are moving out stock to feed will find the planting of room to be used by one of the d

; I l Is a pleasant vegetable liquid which of this county in an endless stream. oats, rye or rape for winter pasturage Sunday are school classes the Metho- \ "

et will start your liver just as surely as Phosphate mined are resuming opera- a desirable and profitable prac- church in 'fixing their class "''i i
List up
calomel, but it doesn't make you sickI tions. tice. Green, succulent feed is of the The of $25 was realized. t:'
and cannot salivate. utmost importance in the winter ration room. Della and Minnie Colson of -_' .. - __ ___ I .,
Y besides Palm Peach-Eight bee club members of practically all farm animals; Misses
Calomel Is a dangerous drug, .
it may make you feel weak, sick sent honey and wax to the state and for best results with such animals Jennings Borum Sunday., were guests of Mrs. D. W. Big Reduction I In Prices I MJi"Sp- ? '

I, and nauseated\ tomorrow. Don't lose fair. The marketing association of as milk cows, young growing .
Ben Duke of Five Mile, was in without Issued. Bl.j
r a day's work. Take a spoonful of this county has its building well under stock, and poultry, some form of: succulence zer setting our new price lists just ,
of :Materials Fertilizers
Tone instead and to be for is prompt shipment. Order now.
Dodaon's Liver you way, expecting ready indispensable cMH'ItsOcMt .
Orv S Tastekeaa" sectlcides F
will wake up feeling great. No salts business by December. Oats Is more widely grown than Is Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. '
4 st and br purttrhMl and n
I :!" necessary. Your druggist says if you rye for winter grazing tho some rltMnH the vitality blood. ,You can oon lest Its O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ,
1 I '7 don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts Lake-Newcomers are locating here farmers who have had experiencewith .J IIvtaondDIi EIf_. Prta ass JACKSONVILLE. FLORID,
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'k I I better than treacherous calomel, your eyery day. They call] on the county both prefer the latter. Rye {a I Get December let, 192: reduced price list. before buying.

money I is waiting for you.-Adv.-CO agent! for much agricultural advice. the; more hardy and sustains less, in BIG SALE AT STERNBERG'S. "
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CITY D. J. of Graham visitor ity. They never have a chance. General FendKelence ORDER: rOR PrULICATION
SAMPSON Byrd was a Oct. 1. 121 ___un.&eU.UlIh.1a In Circuit (Court Slat* of Florida. Eighth and l Iwet bidder for each. In hand the '0110...
Inv drarrllHsl
to our town Saturday.B. durln month _____u.__ 46." Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chan- In real relate altuated. and being
____ .________ _. ..fh'dhc.ij'I'l.oPt : to>witT .
Warrant tauedBalane _
Dec. 2.-Rev. C. i la and the -
A. U. lottery
Sampson City Y. P. next Sunday night, Marriage a Nov. 1. lPll! _______________8840.14 Cr17.Mr.*. Sarah L. McMillan. I of the North,.,.., Quarter Southeast of the Quarter
Crows 'of New River Ailed hit appointment promptly at 7:30, Mrs. I. W. Pinhol younger you begin the more chance Fin. and Forfeiture Fond Complainant.' 1 I Quarter o' Hoctltin Thirty-one. Norlhwent Towmhlp '
Online* Oct. 1. 1H21Kecclpt ____ -.J5B9.C1 I I Sloe South of Ranve
McMillan Twenty-two Enel.
here Sunday. | liter leader.C. will have. John W. j con
you durlnit month ___.?-__ 1.78 I t iolng )'1... Acres, more or 1 lea*. .
Jim Varnes made a business trip to M. Andreu, of Jacksonville, attended W.,1a laauedllalano _______- 4U.10 It Defendant. I J A. 8. CRFWS.
Nov. I. 1021 __________.._.8t76._l bill appearing. by aflidatll pp..ndrd to the 1'':. K. 1.ll": .MAN.
Palatka Monday. church here Sunday.U. .Mr. Harding need no longer worry Read Fund W.! 2Jiin! the, "hove-etaled CHUM tint John M. F. BROWN .

' Newn Warren, of FuUtka, ta visit- D. Johns, of New River, and L. over his place in history. He has Balance Oo 1. mlHeeelnt _____..__ 82.88 IB a non-rei.lili.nt the;of defomlant the ctata of theivln Florida named ami 1 A. 7.. ARKINS. Commlwlonen. ,
..______. la.ti
during month he I. Complalnanfa Solicitor.
a ldnt of 11461122MASTER'S
ing relatives here for a few days. D. Johns, of Pine Hill, were in town beeti making some wonderful golf Warrant .laaucd. -._-_..____ mington.rv North' Carolina PlO Mean Streia In Wil C .
and h
of Alabama Balance Nov. 1. 1D21 ________.___. 44.M air. oftwcntr-one I I I. over the
year it
Airs. Mary Welkins Monday. scores. ; ihcreforo ord..d PALB
OatitandlnftFind that
is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Several of our citizens attended ser a rialanee Oct. 1. 1821>> ______ S7 ..S3llalanee 1. ........1,. .Bald......u,.non-rraldvnt.,..i to appear, | defenilant to the I I.bill.,.,,aail of forocloBUre Vnrirr and rendered by of Hon.a final A. V.decree. long of 7

Mrs. B. Dyal. vices at Little Rock Saturday and What a fine world this would be if Warrant)ttecelnt. during-laued month_____._____. complaint Monday. the nltd 19th In day acid of e...IfeMmher.. on or, A.Wfora 1.. dicial Judge, Circuit of the of Circuit Court of the Elvhth Ju ., ft

Those visiting the county: seat on Sunday. we could. eliminate the first of the Nov. 1. 1R21 ____..__...,, 5.8.88 1921. ""'...... the "ll-'Katlon. of raid bill In chancery Florida dated In. and the for 22nd Bradfordcounty. day of
Dralnac Send will be I.kro .. "'orife_iiHl I... acid defendant. October, 1921 In therein
business during: the week were Messrs School was closed Monday afternoon month (and the bill collectors) from n.lnnce ot. i. mi -.___._.._. i2o.poItecrIpte It U further orik-n-d that thla onliT .be publlohed whereIn FIlBahrth a Johnnon cauea I Ia complainant pending:
the calendar. during month __ once a week for four eonaeeutlva and Jonathan Dukea, adminletrator .
Smith Dogan Nabb Mel Harris wevlia a* of th
Hogan until Friday on account of _ ___ In the Bradford
partof Wurranta laaued --=- County 'loli-vraph. a new. <*tat. of fi. D. hot.. docea.ed Jonathan
Dock Warren and Ray Goodge.Mr. the faculty taking the examinationin 11.1."""* Nov. 1. llttt _____._._______ 120.CWidow. ''"Itr I.uhlo..d! < 'In MOtd' county and .ta... liukea, a. admlnintrator of the eetate of Nona 0 P
And ailments of mankind Pension FeJidnaltnnt November 16th. 1921. lluken, deeeaned i Lc'land Puke, a minor Ed-
ctill the I II
.. and Mrs. W. II. Sloan spent Starke this _._ ... .. p
week. There will be I Oct. 1, 1D21 -.1110.57Reerlvta I O. W. ALnERMAN. na 1)ik. a minor. R. N. Duke a minor
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. R. are often most pronounced in womt'n.I dune month -__..-____ 1.74 (Seal l) Clark Circuit) Court. and. Krtlia, l>ukea, a minor are defendant. .
school Friday and Saturday.Mrs. I Warrant .bau. '4 ____.....-....-... 1111 C. A. KNIUIIT. herein 1 .... appointed apeclal reaMer In
Burrows, of Starke. I. W. Ponholster spent Tues Balano Nov. 1. un _____________1112.6 D. KNIGHT. 1)'I'U'1I I.rk. chancery to eaccut acid 01......... I. a. *pecflmauler

Mrs. Eva Smith and children. Edna day at Bradford.C. The greatest trial in the life of an Bradford Count November 1$. 1821. I Solicitor for Complainant. B.a.II.U.16 In tilarke. will, Bradford cell before county the Florida courthou, between door .

I Juanita and J. B., spent the week. F. Wilson is 111 at this optimist is when he Invests. in a gold Stata of Florida.I the li'iral hour, of aale on Monday th* 6th 4 '
very day of llecemlH-r. A. I). 1921. to the hlvheet) I
end here with her mother, Mrs. S. E. writing.Mr. brick. hereby certify that the fereirolnir atatrmvn and lout l.lddiT for c* the following described I
of the rrcellita and dubunofnenta of the PUBI.IC NOTICE real relate
Jones. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis and little I futtda of Bradford County for the month of Hereby. notice .la given that on Tundat.. the That certain tract or parcel of land altuate. i
of Oel<,""r. 1921. 1. true and correct to the 'be* 6th day. of December. 1921. at 7:80 o'clock lylnv and in Bradford' .1)
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith and children son, of Ziff, were visitors here Tues They call it the ancient custom being County Florida.comprl .
of ny know-) and belief.O. p. m.. the town council of the town of CUarke .lng the Southvait Quarter (1-4) of
of Hawthorne were ,'llitors'here kissing, but investigation discloses W. ALDERMAN. In Bradford county Florida, at the I eouncljchamber I Northra.t Q..rt.r1.4'( and Houthwnt Quarter S .
day.Mr. (SEAL) Clerk In th town hall In the
Court eald town of tl-41 i>f Northi>a.t Qu.r.1"' ) and
Sunday afternoon. I and Mrs. J. V. Edwards, of that it is quite modern. Dntdford County. Ptarke, wIll eonaidvr the refundinv.. by .umulnv. M'..t Half (1-2) of Soutlu.aiit 4uartcr (1-4) ,

Lynk Williams of Hawthorne Isl Brdaford. anent Sunday here with Dy C. A. KNIGHT. of refunding honda or otherwUe... that i..rt of and Northeant Quarter (1-41 of lIouU...... S
the bonded .. I
Ifeouty Clerk. dnca* rcprreented by Ih. I tuarpr| \1"" ). of Suction twenty-elx) ((261
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. Hall. relatives.; When a reckless editor wants to .certain) bond.. la.ued by the aald) town ..I "'"...n.hlt. seven (7), r.nir. 4ur..nlM. ttnAt... .
rltarke, dated January 1902. aggregatIng .n that tract of land dveerltiod 'followt.-
J. I. Ogden made a business trip P. M. Barefoot was in Starke Mon hand out a lemon and at the same FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTY' SCHOOL 118,011000, payable SO rear after date thenof lli'iilnnlnir four hundred forty ((440)a ,.....

time keep out of jail he reports it in FUNDS with rnterait: at the rate; of 6 J'er cent norannum. mouth of Northweat Corner of Section twen
here Monday.Mr. day.Mr. Count aunertntendvnt'a fines,,., utatemen payable acml-annually on the Drat day ."-!lv. ((25) townxhlp aeven (T)). South ..n..
and Mrs. W .C. Hunt have returned Edwards, of Palatka, was a the form of a rumor. of county nchool funda for tKa month oOctober. of January and July of each year. twenty ''HO) Kant: and run Neal four hun
19SI. Which aald bond war .Ueued. for the pur- deed fifty-eight <4)$) yanUt South thirteen
home, after Visiting: relativesin visitor here Saturday. General Reheat Fund p.e. of convtruetlnv. a agitate of waterworks hundred tw.nlll18201( ) lI.rde.) Weal four S
We are glad to see so many polilciana and the circle) lighting plant' of the Town hundred flfty-eliiht, (46H yard, an dNorth
Bell and other points. ObituaryA Kalanee Oct. 1. 1821 --.______. 6HB.MHeoelnta : (thirteen hundred
of Stark. Bradford twenty ( ItlliO)
county Florida. yard*, to
: hanging into the fringe of that durlnv month ............_ 2Uo, U Place of beginning. All of above
Supt. II. B. Wiggins was a visitorto former citizen of our town passed Warrant Imued _______________.._... .00411Kalance This th* lit day of November, A. D. 1021. I land being In Section; twenty-fly (2ft described, I
) towaehlfi
our school Tuesday. He gave a away at Montgomery, Ala.-on the Washington conference. They may Nov. 1. 1921 ________n_..... 76.8S ll-ll-4t-lS-2 Chairman D. C. "JONES.'Town Council 'v..n <7) south rnv twenty ((2(1)) ...1.-

very interesting talk morning of Nov. 10th. Our entire learn to say much in a few words. Oct. 1,Dlilrlrt 1921 ..N..._.__IBalance ..-..._. B8.40Iteorlptji twenty containing(H20)In acre th*., aggregate more or Urn three. hundred

of Gainesville madea community was saddened at the Intelligence during month _____...__. ftalil Bale to aatlafy Bald decree and c""lo.
Mr. Wiggins, Warrant* liuuod ___-..._.-.__-.-___. BO.00 NOTICE: A. S. CREWS
business trip here Sunday after from Roswell Ward to relatives One of the most embarrassing moments Balance Nov. 1. 11121 --___.-..._._.- 29.40 In Court of County Judge. Slate of Florida, 11-4-Bt-ia-l Bpvelal Master.

here in n'a life is when he tries M.trtct N. I Bradford County.In -
announcing the death of a m Balance Oct. 1. 1921 ..__...__.____ 570.84 re relate of William O. Tlon. minor.
noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Dock Anders, of their brother, T. P. Ward, who was, to make a fool of another and finds _11a durlnv month _-_.____... Notice Ia hereby given to all whom It may ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
Warrant Uaued .__-________ concern that Theodore Tlon a* guardian of In Circuit: Court Mule of Fiorina, Eights
Brooker, were callers here last Sunday at the time of his death, employed by that he himself is a bigger one. Ilnlance Nov. 1. 1921 _n__........... 273.04 William O. Then, minor, will on th. l8nd Judicial Circuit.' Ilrmlford County, In Chaneery S
the Seaboard Air Line at Dl.trict N. S day of UMMimlier.. . A. D. 1921 apply to the S
Montgom n.lnc. Ort. 1. 1921 ....._......... B4 08 Honorable K. A. Green county Judv In and Town of Btarke. a municipal,
ery. Mr. Ward was stricken with an Some people are experts at exposing !<">e.tlpt*. durlnv month ........____. for saul. county at hi. office In oourthotue oorpo ration
attack of the faults that others do Warrant ...u.... ___-_-..-..__.-.._ 48.118 at Hlnrkc, In paid county and Ule, at 10 Complainant. I S
BROOK ER spinal meningitis while on not pos- 1tala... Nov. 1.' 11121 .___............ 7.12. o'clock a. m.. or a* anon thereafter .. lb. vaSrlma ,
nitti can lie heard for authority to sell at Bovcnon
duty and was rushed to a hospital sess. m.trict N. 4Flalanee I
pulilio or private ale.. th* following duacrlbedrval Defendant.It .
Oct. 1. 1921 ______ __. 167.12
Brooker, Dec. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. Mc- where medical aid was rendered. His Neeelpt durlnir month n_inaBn.rWarrant ? relate the tmiiierty of William O. Tl..m. appearing by Ifiilavit apndod| to the S
leaned __ .. _._......... a mInor In ..ll county of Bratlford and atata I.ItI In th. above-elated cause that Holm
Brother When the man's
Iver of Alachua 'were in town Wed- Maj. Bloxham Ward of Camp young fancy lightly - of rlorlila. tn-wlu .
Meverwon the defendant then'ln) named. I
Balance Nov. 1. 1921 __ __.__._...... 167.18 : dl' aCnn.r.uiicnl
llie Went Th'1' and two-third feet of
Benning Ga. turns to love she of the State of Florida
J\l'lIday. was notified and has- quickly brings DUIrirt N. I I...... IS and 7 of Block 17 In the origInal town re-
toned to his bedside him back to earth Balance. Out. 1. 1921 __-__._?....- 203.48 of rlmrke. Florida, which application will be aId. at or near St. Lout) I'ark 8tt of SMlnn.aua.
and of and after his again by exposingthe .
Mr. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Heerlpt during month ............ and that her addre I. R. It. No.
10..01lIIOn l th petition for uch ..1. now
Starke, passed through here Thurs demise had the body removed to the lightness of his pocketbook. Warrant tmued .________._.._..._.- COS.4llMlnnco Ill.. In aid court.* on ::1.a.I1Z': :: BU Blnzle Ixiula Park, and Minnesota U and tha
a woman over
Nov. 1. 1921 _______..._... I
Dated Nov. El. 1 21. .. .
undertaking: parlors of Leek & Mc- Ill.trlrt N.. a THEODORE: TISON. .. of twenty-on jrear t It I. therefore ordered

day.I. W. Pinholster was a visitor to Carty and prepared for burial. The lUG SALE AT STERNBEUG'S. Balance Oct. 1. 1921 ..___.____ 244.69Keeelpta E. M. JOHNS Guardian. I. hereby that required Bald non-realdent to. appear defendant to th. lie bill, and of
durlnv month .__.......-. Attorney! ll-lg-ot-lll-l. .
filed said
Worthington Springs Wednesday.Miss remains were then shipped to Starke Warrant tanucd. ________............. 244.68 complaint, tha Bth In day of.u.December" on" or, A.brfor.Monday D.

Lottie Jordan spent last week and carried to New River cemetery ... Balance Nov. I. 11121 ____..-_...... I'OMHIBSIONF.HS' BALKHorvbr mil vtherwl the alletratlona of aId bill
Pl.trirt No. T notice ta given that under and "y will I... taken a* ."n.**."" by Bald defendant.It .
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs! for burial by Funeral Director De- Balance Ort. I. ion ._............. 14B.71HocrlpU virtue of that certain decree of partition made I. further ordered. that thIn order lie
durinir month .__......._. OB and entered In the Circuit Court In .nd for publlahed ones II week for four coneoiltlv"
H. H. Jordan, of Trenton. Witt C. Jones where the intermenttook Warrant unm-d _____..___........... Mradferd county. lorltla, In clmncery. on the woeka In the County Telegraph a
Prof. A. B. Shaw spent the week. place Sunday afternoon. Rev.S. Forsp. \ Balance. Nov. 1. 1921 ,___.___..._... 14565 21 lh day of Oolubcr.: A. I). lOfl. In favor ofMary I neWBpapey U .I: :drdIn aald county; andIhia
IIandeaso1i Dl.lHrt No. t lI..ul..oR. eomplalnnnt. and ....1...' .,..te.
end with his family in Gainesville. S. Proctor officiated with church # Balance Oct. 1. 1921 ____...___ 191.4. Noel Rauleraon and Jake "Raulrraon defendant October. 59. 1811.
services after which the scouring pots Itecfllit.. durIng month _..._.___ *, thn unili.niiined. conunlii.lonera will offer o. W. AL ERMAN.
Mrs. G. B. Colson spent Wednesday Woodmen of Warrant IMHUIM! n__..______._____ 197." and net) at the front door of the enurtl...".. ((8..1)) Clerk Clmllil Court '
I at the home of W. II. Harrcll, of Brad. the World took charge and perform. ---4 and r.lln-, usesicr Balance Nov. 1. 1921 ..__......._... In rltarke Bradford. County Florida durlnvHi D7 0. A. KNIGJlT.
ItlMrlrt N... ( li'KBl hour of *ale on Monday, the bIb A. S. CREWS Deputy Clerk.
: ford.Miss ed their ceremonies in honor to a deceased Balance Ort. 1. 1921 _____.__..___... 182.88 day of IKvenibtr. A. 7)). 1821 to the hlghrat Solicitor for Complainant. J1-4-61-12-1

Leta Fogg of Alachua was Sovereign. The floral offerings Rrccl|,l* durlnv, month _______..._.__ ,.--
warrtni mnuert __.._-________.__
the guest of friends here Wednesday were beautiful and profuse, contributed : - Balance Nov. 1. 1921 ....._______.__ 183.88

afternoon. Miss Fogg attended our by friends and relatives. Balance Oct. 1.IMolrict 1821 -.N._._I*__._.. 172.18

school last year and while here made Mr. Ward was a consistent memberof :: ltocpli'iu, ,, durlnv month ..............
Warrant fMii.>d ___.______M__....... For4sarII.
many friends who are glad to welcome the Brooker Missionary Baptist llalnnce Nov. I. 1021 ___.____________ 178.18niMrirt

her to town. church, and was a member of Brooker N.. IIBalance
Or!. 1. 1821 ____.____u_.... 298.02
k Miss Tholma Thomas spent the lodge, W. O. W, and I. O. O. F. lIe ttfcplttlH durlnv month .__.........
of the -. - Warrant'* luiuod _____................ 180.00
week-end with her parents, Mr. and was a son lion. Emory P. Balance Nov.. I. 1021 ___u___________ 112.112) /
Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of Cooter Pond. Ward, was born and reared in Bradford Girls and Women Ulrirt N. ItBnlnnco nt'l .
Oct. 1. 1921 ________._____. 847.78 :;; ..
The B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a social county. He was born March 23, Itoerlliln" ilurlnv month __ ....____.____ 4.88 ," \ .

Wednesday night at the home of J. 114119, and died Nov. 10, 1921, at the I Whb Arc Ailing Warrant l..u..d _..___.h.__.___.____ 96.06 I \ ,.1
Baliitioe Nov. 1. 11)21) ___________.._:_ 285.64Iletrl.t ...
D. Baxter. A large crowd was present age: of G2 years. He leaves to mourn What This. Woman Says i il of Vila! No. |II

his loss widow six children Until,tire Oct. 1. 1U21 -_________-_... 101.18 -
and enjoyed the occasion. a five Importance to You n.r..II"| durlnv month _____......... *

Chesley Fogg and daughter, Leucy, brothers and four "(lItel's. Mr. Ward ( Warrant li.nur.1 __-__________________ 101.18 :
Lurllnw, Ky.-"I hud miffem! every IlHlnnen Nov. 1. 1021) .__.__.......?. .
of Graham, were visitors to our town was married the first time to Miss month for a Ions time wil.h hciuliu unuhitckncliu DUtrict No. 14. !

:Wednesday afternoon. Julia Pinholater and to this union until 1 I )llnlnnoe Oct. 1. IvLl! _______.___..__. 202.82) ,
I' roet'iitly begun: taking: )lf)*><*f>titn|" durlnv month -___....._..
Messrs. Jno. Pinholster and Percy were born two sons, Carl and Clyde Dr. IVreo's Favorite Prcx<<'I'il.liunIUHl1| Warrant aliwund, __-____n________-___ 202.82 j7f;
Ward of Jacksonville. His second am aHtonihlii'il, at the way it has helped llnlntice N.... 1 1. 11121 _n_____........
Misses Jewel and Jewel ,
Moody !!!
nil!. 1 liuvn no more headache. or backache Dlitrlct No. II
Crews, of LaCrosse, attended the marriage was to Miss Nannie Batton, amt I have taken only) a half ltrcellM durlnv month _____..___
social at J. D. Baxter's Wednesday of Green Cove Springs and to this ,. My daughter aluolniH liml, abut Wnrrinl I 1".ulNl| __n____n_____________ J4.10

., night.- union were born six children, all of this tutiiia experience/ with tho'.Favorite" Hnliinoe. Nov. 1. 1921) ......-......___ lois

IL P. Gainey has purchased a new whom survive him. Of brothers and 1'f'II'ri"t.illll'-Mra.10 Ash St. Herman liluckur, Balance Oct. I.IM.trlrt 1921 ..No...__1_'____..... 81.118 In theDay's

sisters there nfne ] l<.-....,.>tfl durlnv. month __, ___........
Ford touring, car. are living, namely, A beautiful woman U always n well Warrant __-_un__........... 20011
Eldon Baxter and sister, Edna, and E. J. Ward, of Gainesville, W. W. woman (let this Pmtrrtpliuu of Dr. llulnnce. Nov. 1. 11>2! .____n___._____ 61.82

Inez Abernathy attended the social at Ward, of Dublin, Ga., Maj. Bloxham driifwixt Pierre's in and liquid how or tablet' from your will balance Oct. I,lll.lrl.-t 1R21 __No.._--I IT--..._._. 81.68 8 With ta Plow. ForJooDitk Work

the home of D. of Cooler Ward of Camp Bcnning, Ga. S. R. see quickly' you H<....IrtN tlxrlnv monlh _._...........
F. Connelly, hnvu spurklniR:eyes, s clear skin and vim. Wrrnt I Imucd ____n________.._.... 8000(
Pond Friday night. Ward, of Atlanta, Ga.; Mesdames M. vigor, vitality; or send )Ik, to Dr. lIul....,.. Nov. 1. 1921( _____.____...___ 168 With thj Fo..d.oDH"now '

P. Matheny and J. D. Baxter of this .P"r'e'lIlnvltlul"'IIt.1 I in liulTulo) N. Y., Ill.trlrt No, ISllnlnnce f
Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was a for trill I of toilets nnd write for Out. 1. 1921 ...._____._..___ 711.92 Whether in tho Held, around .
a pkll .
visitor here Thursday.Prof. place, L_ T. Godwin, of Alachua. J. ; Ui-ci'lut' dunn month _______....... U.KR _
frco! confidential medical advice. Warrant' lanced _.-.._...__ ... With abe Fordon the farm or on the road, the
L. A. Hazen, of Bland, spent/ Abbott of Plant City, Floreus Wardof llnlnnce Nov. I. 1921 ...._______.___ 78.17 Fordson Tractor la doing wonders -
the week-end here with his Palmetto.Of lUG SALE AT STEKNHEKG'S. Illntrlct No. 1* Harvest
parent, lUlnnco Oct. I. 11121 _----... 68.87 With tk. FordeouThresh in saving: time, reducing
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. llfwcllit durIng month .__......___. and increasing profits for
Misses and course, when a man becomes a No Worm in Child Warrant lii.urd .__u___............. << cost
Marguerite Shriver a Healthy f llnluncu Nov. 1. 1921 ___._____....... 68.117 thousands of farmers everrBale
Jeannette Matthews, of Starke, spent constant target of criticism it is possible AH children troubled with Worm have *a un Pint rift No. 211 With tU Fordaoo where.

(, that hli brain is working faster leisit1iycoor.which IndloMa poor blood. and ... Balance Oct. 1. 11(21 .________._.____ 176.4S I S
j the week-end here at the home of the"former's nil. there I I. more or leu itoraach dUlurbe_ ItcrflplM riiirlnv month n_.___._..... Hair I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. than those of his critics. GROVE TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC tflven re QU- Warrant. lUf l __. ._____________-__, 178.41: With U>. ForJaon No matter what the farm task, I
larlr for two or three week will enrich the blood. llulnnce' Nov. 1. In*I ____.______...__
Shriver. ( tl.trlct No. Zl! Saw Wood'With if it can be done by motive

Twenty million people are said to prove"lIlb. Balance) Oct. 1. 1921 _______......... 111.75 tl. Fordoa the Fordaon can do it
Virginia Weeks spent the week.end ening' Tonic to the whole.vat.m. Nature wllllb..aIhrow |{*'nlpta. durlnv month ......_._. power ,
with friends in Starke. be facing starvation In Bolshevist off or dlipel the worm.a th.Cblld will he Warrant liaui'd ______._n____.___.__ 111.7 and do it well.
Russia. Possibly they represent that la perfect......,... Plauenttouk..' The per bouta. Balance Nov. I. g21 ____,.__._______ Pump Water
; Messrs. Truby Pinholstcr and Fred 1111 riot N... M With tl. Fordoa
Hazen and sister Eunice attended portion of the population that has not JOHN WliuTL&CO.1.. Balance Oct. 1. 1921 _.>..._...__.?. 478.((10 170,000 now in use in all part
embraced Bolshevism. f(.'Ci>luta durlnv month .............. Grade of the and in k ind .
the teachers meeting at Lawtey Fri. iassviuatv. Warrant) (Mined ______u_.__......... 478.80llalnnce With tb. Fordwn country every
day. ......ta tar Nov. 1. im .___.___..___... offield and belt work prove the '

Many a man thinks he is driving his .. IM.Irirt No. II Pull Stumps and reliability
..... I __ efficiency atabllity
Mrs. T. P. Ward and sons, T. P. Jr., .. ... Balance Oct. 1. 11121 ____._-_.._.._ 190.20
With U. FortUoo
own car when his wife on the backseat Kvetilnt.) durlnv month __u_......... .76 of the Ford on Tractor.
and Roswell, left Friday for Colon, is Warrant bulled _____________n_...__ 19095 Fall the Silo
N. C. where they ITave to look actually doing It.-New York R.I FuisY rc1, llalnnc Nov. I. 11121 ......_____.....
' gone Evening Mail.LawyerWill. Dl.lrlrt, No. (4 With Uw Fordaon Call, write or phone for the _ _

after business aft'.airs. after which foe Quinine .At Doc luotdkct JI- IIet.1 Balance Oct. 1, 11121 ._____.._-._?- 271.28 facts. Learn now Just what
"_h..* dunn month ............. Grind Feed
they will return here and make their $25,000/ for breach of lIVE Reran: IIROMO of Its QUININt tonic sod Tab I....!... effert. i tlfcen.cA.. Warrant. liwuvd ._______________?.._ 271.88 With... Ford.on the Fordson means to :you in
future home. Mrs. Ward and children itt) ran be llnlnnce Nov. 1. 1021 ... ._ ._______
by It limit ,. .. the
promise be punishment enough for nyiinv: c' u lni) nervounnfim or r-nglnu, :.... == daya
U, (lie hued. fc.W.GKOVfc. S ilgiaiurc: W, '"r. no. ZI
have a great number of friends him? m bo* Balance Oct. 1. 11121 n___...___.____ 2068
here who will gladly welcome them itaeii.l during month __.______..... 2.00
The Aggrieved-No,.I want him to To Stop a Cough Quick Warrant hiawd ___......._._ 1. a.f'
to our town. me. The Owl. take. Balance' Nov. I. 1921 ..__n_....___ 2266 :
marry .
Messrs. Eldon Baxter and Claude lll.lrtct N.. li .
cough medicine which atop the cough by Balance Oct. 1, 1021 _____.?...____ 28S.11 _
fr Crosby; spent Monday attending to A London editor hearing that healing the inflamed and irritated tissue. Ue'elvta. during month ..............
there Warrant lucd ____._______.__-_____ 28311 S
,r, business in Gainesville. had been a riot in a small Irish town, A bOI: of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE Balance Nov. I. 1021 __________.___.. $625.I.
Mrs. Tiercy Roberts is spending SALVE for Client CoM, Head Colds and Ill.trtct N. 17
wired to his correspondent "Send Balance Ont. 1 _. .. 6. 0.....,
Croup I III enclosed with every bottle of 1921 -_ ..____..._ 231.40
( ( this week with her daughter,_ Mrs. three hundred words riot." The HAYES HEALJ1NG llfri-lpt. dunn month ..............
. Truman Thomas of Graham. correspondent HONEY. The salve/ Warrant laoued _.,.-...._........... 87 8B
,, '! telegraphed back, "No riot should be rubbed on the cheat and throat Balance Nov. 1, 1921 ................ 104.08
) Ardell Crosby is spending'this week but will "one this afternoon." of children suffering from a Cold or Croup Hl.trlct No. 18

in arrange The heallnilerTect of Ham* llalano. Oct. I. 1921 -.......__._... 19480
Starke taking teachers examina aide th* throat rleallni. Honey la- Krrrlpt.. riiirlnv month u_........... .
tion. l.rove C O-fen-Trat comMnml Salve with the baalta". ellect of Warrant* _n_____..__________. 14 40
There is a shortage of three million the akin ooo stops s oou'b. through tb pore of Balance Nov. 1. 11)21 _u._____.. __.. 1".70()
), Misses Ruby and Elma Edwards, bushels in the peanut but the Both..m"" .... era .packed In lll.lrtrt N. 28 '.
crop, one carton end tha
Balance Oct. 1, 1921 .__ __________
of I6CCH
of Bradford visitors to town GOBI the combined" treatment Ie SSc. n
4' were our shrinkage, as yet, has not Invaded KIT.'li,li ilurlnv month n_........... I
Monday afternoon.The congress. .Juat auk your druggist lot HAYES' Warrant loaned _________._..__...... 16S.BR
HCALING HONEY.: Balance Nov. 1. 1921 _________.____u II I
little infant of Mr. and Mrs. II.'r1r6 l Na. **

J. C. Cone was laid to rest at Crosby No Balance Oct. 1. 1U21 _____._____?___ 178.44 I
you can't escape 'em. The sum FINANCIAL BTATrMCNT OF COUNTY lt..eir. .t* during month, ______.__..... I
cemetery Sunday afternoon. mer siren simply transforms herself fUNDS Warranl. bailed ... ________.-______... 178.44 ,
Dr. Jim of Alachua was Monthly nnanelal ..*...m.'"% or Bradford Balance Nov. 1. 19ZI .______._____.__
; Bishop, into the winter vamp and keep on a- County fi.i, the month of Ocuilier' 121, Illnlrlcl N. *l

, in town Sunday. eroin. Balance Oct. 1. 1021..- ...... 191.71
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Marcus Brown, of Starke, was a Warrant laaued ___..._______.......
visitor here Thursday afternoon. "Keep smile Balance Nov. 1, 1921 u______________ 191.71
your is the advice 666 November 15. 18il.
Mrs. Emily Baxter is spending a handed out by the local philosopher. BRADFORD COtrNTV
while with her daughter Mrs. C. M.
But handing it on to others is better.It t herrby ceHIfy that the fnrevolnta_ ,
j Andreu, of Bradford. Will break a Cold. Fever and ment of the Receipt and .)10'>uraemnt> of AUTHORIZED

Orrie Thomas, of Cpoter Pond, was isn't to be wondered at that some Grippe quicker than anything:\ the October furls. .,11'21.Bradford I. true County and correct fur th* to monthof the town Friday. men are unable to withstand prosper- -Adv.we know, preventln pneumonia beet of mr kno..I..'... H.and B.hell.wiaart'8.. Ford and Fordson Dealer r

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+ ''- i Florida where there is nothing to I meat cf ten principles made ;'; Dr. which .is westward into Manchuria sad,'t: _m. pwtocee may fce-tmf efpolities jobritre not. ;;

Ir '! I' Bradford County Telegrapli |and where there is ever chat teg e I Alfred Slit, the Chinese representative :on.a. But bow much tf these territories -i u JS": d&1JIIed"rt--!- -

I ', mate!" whimpers the adventuress in Washington, to the conference Japan will insist on holding}I arc painfully, of the opinion. that their BIG SALE/IT STE"----1
f l r: Published weekly and entered as Tboac who can afford expensive ton last week. These tea principles, very and the nature of the concessions the

I' I I second class matter at the post : eisd.nUy think there meat be sons I; ambit-nous in character, were accept- is willing to make In Shantung and ---

\ office at Starke Honda. ''thingto. ; _" in nmida.-alld pe - td i in principle by the representatives other sections of China where the ,:

H -= hap the, "ever changing climate.;'J jcf all the powers concerned a few Tokyo government has secured its

: '4iM \ E. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner jwh< e fluctuation ar* confined with days later but the real work of get-, "fpheres of influence," are not knows I GENERAL INSURANCE

. i|tin very narrow extremes, is more j I ting down to the basic facts and the and upon them will depend largely the

I \\1 I: Freight trains are said to not move pleasant than continuants heat wind j critical problems relating to China shaping of the DeW policy in the Far I HAROLD C. WALL

'. 1/ rain and snow, which the differentparts did act get under way until lat this East.
; faster than 25 or V miles a day, oalh |
t j average. Recent experiences with of Europe have to offer. To U[I week. Then Eliha Root, one of the !; Many Probteau! lavcjTed STARKE FLORIDA
a rival of Europe with the sightseeIng Involved in the settlement cf the
vat mail leads us to believe that the i American representatives at the conference | >> ;
j,? 'I I railway mail l cart travel no fatter.ffc public is something for Florida t. submitted a resolution **tI I j, Far Eastern problem, too are the FIRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.

y 4, \, .. j be. proud cf. j I( ting forth an agreement on general .Anglo-Japanese alliance and tire en- I II

) : 'i '. It I. an ill wind that blows M good j I principles to be observed in the Inres- I| tente among the English speaking

;' ; !II'' r r to some one. A Stoke man, who I lllC SALE.AT STEIt nEnG"S.I !j tiratU.j regarding China. This re 'peoples of the world which their lead- I
i olution was adopted by the eight pow 1 era look forward as one of tbe greatest A. MARTIN SEED CO.
owns land jutting/ out into tbe sea: on .
TilE BRAINY LITTLE GIRL era concerned, hence the detailed work guarantees of peace. It is- recognized -
i the west coast tit Florida, feared that I
'I P I of that one must be sacrificed: in
settling mooted questions in the
1 the wares during the late great st'/rm
f l
:' had washed! some' cf the land .wa,. A Florida daily has unearthed an Pacific and the Far East will follow order' to attain the other. I JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

"' On going there to inspect, he not only I English lady phrenologist who glibly I these four points, as embraced in the t The real question is just bow China SEED POTATOES

,. t found that his holdings had been add explains to her own satitfaction Thy Root resolution: f' shall be placed on her, feet. The die Spalding Number" 4 R_ Early Red BliM Triumph and Irish Cobbler. W. ,?
'I: ed to from sand driven up by the girls get along better than boys in j The Root Pledge to China culty is accentuated by the fact that nor ready. quote contract price for December and January delivery.Our .
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? while the world its wjinng- i Seed Potato are the oif he.t quality Maine frown, elected teed. AdriM
r 1 'f( ; I waves, but that his land was strewnto school."She J 1. To respect the sovereignty, the I' expresses quantity and variety you will ....oLNARTlN"S
maintains that to a I ness to aid, its chaotic conditions render
Urge extent, with )lumber from Dp independence
j a J and the territorial and HY TEST SEEDS
{'I I t structure wrecked along other parts I I certain age girls are brighter J administrative integrity cf China. I it difficult for China to do any Have mad food wilt both the small gardener and fart er and the 0... ?!.

tit the coast.A (J[ than boys because the girl's bead 2. To provide the fullest and most !; thing for itself. ,plant. thouaand of acre.. Plant. ,_fall crop with Martin'. Hy Test Seed and in.are >.
I 1.1 grows faster than the boy's. More unembarrassed opportunity to China I While the recognized J governmentof : remit.

yr t ; I A noted film comedian has had his particularly is it the breadth of develop and maintain for herself effective China exercises nominal sovereignty FALL CATALOGUE

1 i .i eyea insured for $%5, OO. Had hU! optics the head that counta. We are and stable government. at Peking and the Dr. Sun government Marti'.Fall Seed Catalogue i now ready. Write for it. Everyone interested!
j told that girls are apt to be round does the same thing at Canton, in Florida fall and winter crop should avail tbemaelve of information contused: !
been normal be would not have
headed and headed." 3. To use their influence for the in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who end in their
boys long
4* ; : I considered them of any special value, purpose of effectually establishingand I I the provinces of the country are najnr promptly. Writ. for it today.
A. usual with "scientists' 'of her
but they happen to be as crossed as maintaining the principle of an I trolled by military governors who eon-j
i 1 calibre: she goes far afield for an explanation said to have something like ST.
1 } three X's on a beer barrel and are, 1 equal opportunity for the commerce ,
4'li therefore, invaluable tools of trade to that can be found at home.It .I 1 and industry of all nations throughout ; men under their various controls. And

Pa a I their owner, for h.. would be shelved Is simply that the girls of the families the territory of China. j i while the Pekin government is compelled -ft fti

i If by any p..ra.h..nture they should bestralrhtenml are made to help their mothers 4. To refrain from taking advan- to default its loans, these military -

out. We may now prJM'ctthat | as soon as they can do so. They haveto tage of the present conditions in order -,, rulers are collecting taxes and j i
,t.1 those comedians having faces so assume responsibilities, such as to seek administering their provinces as if
I special rights or privileges -
villainous till they make fortunes for taking care of the younger children .hkh would abridge the rights of they were sole executives. | For Cash OnlyAfter
fires and and
cooking keepingthe
a I their owners, will insure themselves making I the subjects: or citizens of friendly Hughes plan for China :
in order. While doing their I
r I against the calamity cf looking like rooms states and from countenancing action The aim of the Harding administration -
work they have to think, plan and remember -
. honest . la to bring about deal in
L men.The 'and Inimical to the security of such states. a new I
r ," memory, are whereby developed. Even playing China's -Bill of Rights"'It the relations of China with other nations j December tat, all repair work supplies,
GoroV Herald which would give China a free
j ( Punta accuses a
0i' with her dolls is a preliminary education has been tacitly agreed among etc., will be strictly CASH TO EVERYONE re.
,1 f ); member cf the South Florida Press chance to get on her feet. There is
.i i for the little girl, as she de- 'representatives of the powers in what be. We
gardles they cannot
Association of "qualifying as" | no idea of committing the United may run
Act .t Washington that the of
her brain while how / peace
,, grammar sharp of the association. I velops planning States to the use of force in protect- this business under the present credit system, and
I in the Pacific
to dress her dolls)) making doll hous very on
: I' the, action taken regarding China's. a ing and stabilizing China but the main for that reason we will absolutely refuse creditto
.: t-n and having "parties. The boy, to'
|I "bill | object is to induce the powers to subscribe asking for Save both of the
the contrary, plays all tbe time and I of rights presented by Dr. Sze. anyone same. us
r et Ij aharps are about as useful and popular | only at games that please him belt This "bill of rights" has to do. with to a self-denying ordinance go- embarrasment of a refusal by paying cash.
M% t 9: ." Well, Florida newspapers are i it thought. Consequentlywhen he economic and territorial bonds placed er previous agreements relating to I For cash we will be enabled to make custom.

? t y{ frequently .praised as the best in the school his undeveloped brain ; upon China by ethers of the worldpowers i China. i better and assured
to price they rest
n comes Mr. Hughes would end the of I era can we
a p. : country and"so far "grammar sharps"have during the last 20 25 grants
f what enoughfor years.
t had nothing to, do with them, cannot grasp seem easy How spheres of influence to foreign nationsby will give them every reduction possible.
far are these willing togo
a' his sinter, who is accustomed to
and we can continue to do without I I' the Chinese government and would! II
solving problems, concentrating her in restoring to China what they
thepapers terminate the various leases of Chinelle
t J such specialists without injuring mind and remembering things. Tills 1 have taken! ? The United States, the
in I territory which constitute an infringement -
any way. sponsor for China's cause in'the conference
is the girl' reward for her industryand
Starke Works
of the territorial and administrative
i Vulcanizing
docility. believes it has the assurancesthat
t ; Some startling developments have i all the European willing integrity of China. J
powers are '
I taken place In the Lena Clark cane, ,I I'I
to go the limit In such restoration .
,r ii which Is being tried at Orlando. For PEACE MOVEMENT GROWING and are willing, furthermore to co- The new auto license tag will be :!:)
Instance, Lena declares that she would j larger than heretofore. The legfola- j C
""I operate In an "open door" policy for
rather hang than be adjudged Insane. (Continued From Page'l). the future which shall be ture decided to make it only one tag ,'_ u _ h. u _ _ __
a reality, j jand -
The Britinh conferees still
4 Yet ouch utterances from her are I for next year instead of two tags as
I enough but here something like to see the submarine program revised not just so many words set,down ': heretofore, but they prescribed that
i common ;
1 on to be disregarded when the
richer, : A juror, who has' been so that underwater boats paper i the tag should be not less than 7xl6 i Trihun.l j occasion was propitious. '
of much of their
1 alant render" of the Tampa would be curbed power inches. Some tag. I
+ [ ,; for years, declared that he had never and would also like to see a small: With Japan, however the case ;in _. l
I amount of naval building permitted, different. Japan has secured more --
read of the Lena Clark case. As moat
annually)) rather than wait ten years advantages in China than all the other I,
readers of daily papers simply skim I! I Tracing Organ Mechanism.pneumatic I
construction begin powers combined, and, while the When '
before new can power in the eonBtmctlon -
over the head lines, it would Deem that i I '
consid Tokyo government has said it is willing of the '
the "scare heads" of the esteemed but neither of these points are organ begun to take
Tribune not sufficient. A. the juror ered as delicate or dangerous as tbe\ to relinquish some of these there the place of the hydraulic ID uncertain
are Japanese. request, for a higher ratio has been shown a disposition on the although the invention ot the bellows | THE UNIVERSAL: CAR
In question was the.only one of a ,, part of the Japanese delegates to retain i' mechanism dates from the time of ODe '
than that.allotted the Tokyo g'uv'rn.ment
i large venire that had heard nothing | cf the later nomaD
all they can of the older grants >
: of the calle to b., tried, he was, of I i under Hughes plan. and Ilut. It wus only In the tenth ,
concesitions. In fart, Baron Kato''
Problem of (the Far
vtr ; ;, course, Immediately accepted. It is century, when Germany had taken the H:
has hinted that Japan even.
Pacific Oceanand gOPIeo'\
} of the
i' not recorded that tho judge and law- I Ir problems place[ of C'oufttniitluople n> the center
rp d yore shed tears of joy over finding at the her East, by reason of the far as to consider some of the dealIngs '. of organ building, that the bellows '
tangled condition in which the confc- with China closed incidents and mechanism come Into general I .7CSAf1 F60i
; adoption -
lant, the Ideal] juror, but it may be l! '
.. find them and the wide of not fit subjects to be reopened at the 1 ,1 .
roe range F.0.b. (.rantfV1fA
that did. Ills breed Is
I 'I
presumed they i .
{ (l lt arms conference. I ; SLAB..d .
have been the .
details be covered Household.
to goIng : Reducing
I 1 nearly extinct and there Is little hope i iof .H fN t tI I III
much slower than work on the The United States curd the other I Rome little folios were playing"keeping
1? u t t a general ,'come-bnck. j naval reduction program. In fact consideration world-POWf. >,. recognize first of all Ja- house." itobert' was papa, I '1
t I tt of these problems may be pan's density of population makes it 'I lane! muruina. After much difficulty IFojonuKiuji .i
t, J Florida ,ban no Know-clad mounts I largi i <],, Pupa nobrt .
Imperative for her to have room : no u >r I
1 snarl have been and it
begun toI
"' : irm, no ancient ruin, no monumentsof : only I kutiiiy" i burst .... nith: Say, tlier 'x .,
will be weeks months before expand. And such expansion is bound j:
perhaps ,
; much historical interest, no splendid ; are t',., "".::1)' cl.ll'tiou: lu the fumlly ,
to follow the line of '
definite conclusions reached. resistance' ,
t ; cathedrals, few great works of art I any are 'co '-' > .1.1vi : rtehethedugl! I :
China the ball the state- '
ripened by STERNRERG'S.I
,t l nni] no curious habits. and cuHtoms of I JUG SALE AT M
;' ; the populace, which make transAtlantic 1 BIG SALE AT STERNUERG'S.
And ''
,t t. tours so interesting. yet -
As ; I our state If' a rival to Europe as a Only On "BROMO QUININE"- - - - - - -
\ ) i tourists' mecca, which can be gathered - - - - - - - -
't To rrt th* for full name. LA.XAflV'K
ed from the advertisements of a noted UHOMOQULNINK. Look lor.'Raao..o.II.

'\ f i agency\ for foreign tours. "Why go/!: 'to W.CUOVK..lid ..,..dod.Curti...unit Cold work"In One ott l'.....Id.". blip 2ic 1 1tou.h WOULD

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AND CALMLY WATCH: IT BURN? CompleteSatisfaction

Many people neglect their cars from day to day, and each I II

; day of such neglect increases the inevitable repair bills when I

1\ the final breaks come. It burns up many a ten spot. I'' ,

t,, I' vice t ti .. Complete automobile satisfaction is the

'; Elberton Blue Georgia Granite ' THIS, GARAGE !proven;; ::: ically result rather of buying than wisely the desire and and econom-means ,\ ito

G "THE STONE ETERNAL"And ting the big defects by correcting the little ones as soon as buy extravagantly. '

GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shade make. they appear t It;is the ynljr practical way of keeping a car in l

(fit condition. It is also the only way o reducing car expense. Figure out your every automobile requirement -
MEMORIALS o and you will find it in a Ford

:' ta Doctors warn yo'u"against letting your personal ailmentsrun. Sedan-a family car of distinction and

1!( Renowned We caution you against letting your car ailments drag beauty-a car of comfort and convenience i I

along.' One is disastrous in the end the S and
FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY as as other. a car of dependability

.\ i and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE We repair any break and correct ally defect many make service-a car that will give you com-

a A,1ri of car,. It is economy to keep in frequent touch with us. plete satisfaction.You rt;

+ Three essential factor to be considered in buying; monuments should place your order now if ;

wish to avoid delay in delivery. Y
'' You have the assurance of this ;combi.

nation when buying our material. BATTERIES Smith's S J. W. ANDREW SJR., Dealer


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-, Wainwright, of Tallahassee and N. P. I Allan Canova, of Jacksonville, |I pie Why who all no of-this longer complaining want to live?by They pco- I field, $1.23 per 1,000; 5,000 lots andover ;;;

Wainwright, Jr., of Jacksonville.Col. spent Thanksgiving day at the homeof have' our permission to try for the $1 per 51,000'F. O. B.' Val- ,1 I j
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. death Ga. Kinsey Wholesale Plant
celestial sphere ,
iBits of LocalInformation 1iu and Mr*. D. E. Knight'and eon, Canova. Co., Valdosta, Ga. ll-ll-4t '/

j Paul Ernest, returned Monday afternoon j. -
from a motor trip down the East Who Cares? new Spring catalog a

ii JL Coast. While away they visited Mrs. Queen nilrndetli. It Is said |" ""'ense4 revelation to the beginner and a r

Knight's sister, Mrs Charles Larsen' I as tuuuy as :I.tW> towns at Clue time. ?'I reference book for tho practical 't'I.

LLLII II e--'i 1 ore "_".. *e.*M.M ...? W \\ at "'t. Pierce. 1 All were made of the richest Bluffs' trucker. Send name and address '
r"r.fneaw .*. c._ r eMeT T_ 7 M For the Christian development of I trimmed with lace, embroidery and fine I today for your copy which will soon j"1 i iI

the children and young people of the lOI\\'t'1 bo ready. Kilgore Seed Co. Plant
i "
Mrs. G. C. Sweat had as visitors I church, a Junior B. Y. P. U. 'ia i being I City, Fla. 12-2-5t. It"'
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1 --00;:' this week Misses Thetis Walker and
organized, and young 1'I' ,
John Powell spent Sunday in Jacksonville Theressa, were here this week takingthe Mabel Scott, of Alton. Both young from twelve to sixteen ore requestedto + STRAY HOG-At my place, 1 1-2 4 4i ,

i teachers' examination at the D. ladies were here taking the teachers be at th ..D. Y. P. U. Jnl't'tlng'on I I miles west of Lawtey, one red and i I l

II. S. building. I examination before the state exam Sunday evening next 'at 6:30. The j| black spotted sow, weight 175 Ibs., r;
Mrs. L. A. DaMs spent Friday in ining board. Into fENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ marked straight in
children have been organized: a split left ear
\ Jacksonville.L. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane and Junior Choir and a Sunbeam Society. I and upper square In right. Owner t

children spent the latter part of the On account of illness Mr. Lander These organizations will give atten j can get same by paying feed bill S,

J. Wynn made a business trip to past week in Orlando and other south reluctantly closed the meeting at the tion to the gift of song and the mis- and paying for this advertisement.

Tampa Saturday Florida towns.G. Presbyterian church on Wednesday sionary spirit among the youngerones I, O. E. Roden. 11-18-41

evening. He hopes to be able to hold from six to twelve. Should you '
It will pay you to inspect my line C. Driggers, a well known business services next Sunday, morning and have children whom :you would like to WANTED-Purchaser for ono or two FOR SALE-We have near Starke a s''

[ of Millinery before buying. Hoffman's man and farmer of the Lake But evening, at the usual hours. have identified with any of these societies good mules. D. E.' Knight, Starke, fino piiino slightly used and partly
ler'section, paid our office a pleasantcall let them be present' either on 112541.WANTED paid for, which we will sell to par-

P. A. Crosby of Brooker, had business Tuesday BIG SALE AT STEUNHEUG'S. Sunday evening or on Monday after- -Renter for-small-farm-; ty willing to complete the remaining '

in Starke Tuesday.J. noon at 4 o'clock. 'I either sure rent or part of crop. D. monthly payments. Send; name
I Mrs. W. :X. Griffin and son, Eugene, When you want the address of your and address for full information.
the church "Sunday E. Knight, !
The services of on Starke.Fla.
S. Griner, of Melrose, had business of Jacksonville, motored here Tuesday Telegraph changed, always rive, the DurIng 1-25.4t'l p, Cable Piano Co., 82-84 N. Broad St, ,
will be of special nature -
l in Starke Saturday. and are guests at the home of Mr. postoRlce it has been sent to, and sign the morning a 'service the Scriptural WANTED-Trade good farms for i A Atlanta,Ga. 11-18-Sl
and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. name the came as it is
your way ordinance of baptism and thLord's /! town or city property. D. E. Knight: ----
Pr. and Mrs. W. E. Middlcton mo- stamped on the paper. Omission of Starke Fla. i1.25.4t1 I
[tored to Jacksonville Tuesday. L. Dyal and Herbert Dyal, of Jack- these little particulars will give us Supper will be administered.Any .-- I

I sonville, were guests this week at the trouble and cause you to miss copies. wishing to unite with the church WANTED-Renters for good farms,

A. M. Wiljliams\ pf Hampton, was I home .of Mr..and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. will please meet the pastor at the who will pay rents by improving P JewelryAH I

fin Starke Monday on business. I. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weaver and Miss church pn Friday evening at seven property D. E. Knight, Starke,
Mrs. E. L. Odom, of St. Petersburg Lamb of Palatka Miss Sapp o'clock. We wish to make this serviceone Fla., 11254t.
Daisy ; l
and Mrs. F. G. Schell of Lake Butler, of inspiration to all the members
Jacob Bundel has pone to Sampson, and Miss Essie Martin, of Trenton; kinds for all
were guests this week at the home of of the church so urge a full atten- FOR SALE-New 36-gallon cypress occasion i
5 to remain there for some time. Miss Johnston, of Milton; and Miss '
their brother, W. J. Epperson.H. dance. syrup barrels at market price. J. ;
of Ocala at the
See Fred Tallman for blacksmith- Arledge, were In the evening at 7:30: the service S. DUtch, superintendent, Slate .s
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott duringthe
will be of an evangelical nature. Dr. Farm, RaiJford, Fla. 11-18-St. :
ing and plow work. Mose Mack Old L. Brownlee and family returned time of the teachers examination.G. I
It Monday from DeLand where they Bullen will speak on "A Crucial Quos-
WANTED Renter for good farm 40 This is to remind that
lon." Parents are requested to bring you we carry
of Col. and Mrs. J. E. '
were guests B. Newsom has rented the J. M.
who will build residence in stock srlrc line of
their children. This is a family church, acres cleared a vrry I jewelry
Mrs Lizzie Tompkins and children Futch. Alvarez farm, west of Starke. lie has :
and improve the farm for for all and for occasion.
to purpose rvry
and old and find a welcome .
[went to Lawtey Friday to visit relatives young
begun breaking land for heavy IrIsh
up rental. 1) E. Knight Starke l la.
all the activities) the place. ,
J. W. Morgan has returned from potato and watermelon crops next There is nothing cheap about this
his! visit to Pinellas county. He found season. Mr. Newsom is a good farmer The teachers and officers of the Bible i jewelry-except the price. It is the '

Pierce Prescott, of Bainbridge, Ga., his holdings inpood shape and says iind a tremendous worker and the school will hold their monthly for 2 1-4 acres '' standard grade of the best wholesaler ;

has been here visiting his sister, Mrs. the influx of settlers is enormous. land is good so he will make a success meeting in the church building on Friday of land and good 0 J room dwelling, and manufacturers. and ia i >ol<1 t the

Thomas Gill. of his new venture.A evening at 7:30. 100 foot pump of good water, in world aver to the highest class of people -
Miss Elizabeth Brow nice has goneto "And they continued In being reglartly Lake Butler! D. E. Knight, Starke, those who take pride in the quahty t
DeLand to attend Stetson ,University present during the preaching
of their ewelr
well in the beautyof
Mrs. J. F. Canova spent Wednes- the Fla. 11-25-41./ I II as aa
.B. Johns of
Tampa, spent
will be the 'in in
and while there at of the Apostles, fellowship, design
ay in Jacksonville with friends and week-end at the home of Mr. and
home of her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Futch. breaking of bread and in prayers. I FOR SALE!:-I have 200 bushels of
ela tives. k Mrs. Errol Alvarez and mother, Mrs. Acts 2:42.: Our silverware is on par with our
i good Sosnowskl cotton need for sale
Miss Hilda Struth left Thursday for M. C. Johns. His friends will regret jewelry and the price on these arti-. i',
at $2,76 bushel. First
IG SALE AT STERNHEKG'S.Dr. that he has not improved in health. per come, ilrs, too have been marked down to
visit with friends and relatives in
a The management of the Hy-Grade first nerved. A. I>. Andrews Rai-
He has been transferred from the the limit.
Plant City, Tampa and St. Peters Amusement Company report fairly ford Flu. 12-2-2t
W. E. MIddleton went to Gainesville Tampa hospital to the government .
burg. good business during their stay in I You and
can economically, with
afternoon business
Wednesday on a hospital in Lake City along with other'
Starke. Mrs. C. C. Starling, of Starkewas LOST-One black and white setter every assurance of beimg permanently
trip. ex-soldiers who lost their health in
Mrs. W J. Epperson spent Tuseday presented with a handsome manicure puppy, between one and two monthsold. satisfied with your purchase. r

Buy your hat at a great saving at in Lake Butler attending a spcnd- over-seas service. set by the dhow folks for being Finder pleases return to T. II.

lofTmun's Millinery Shop. the-day party at the home of Dr.. and the first lady to recognize "the lady Morris, Phono 124, Starko. Finder
Mrs. J. E. Maincs.Hemstitching Miss Elizabeth Skinner, the new with the* diamond teeth." This lady receivers a reward. It l U. D. MINER '
of -
president of the State Federation
Miss Cecil Hall of Hampton, spenthe was no other than Mrs. Marie Mor- j STARKE
and pleating, all Women's Clubs, endorses the program FOR SALE CABBAGE PLANTS-
early part of the week here taking ott, wife of one of the owners of thonhow.Tho
the teachers examination.The kinds, 10 cents per yard with thread of the Florida Public Health Association outfit will exhibit, here until Early Jersey and Charleston Wake-

furnished Mrs. L. E. Miner, Ptarke.: and says that every commun- Saturday' night.
I 2-2-3t.. ity should take part in the ChristmasSeal I
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boys' basket ball team of the Sale. The American Legion also -I W f _ --'U _ ...... _ _ %
Melrose There is one plain provision of the :
II. S., will go to Saturday
endorses 'the Christmas
L. A.Vynn has now put a telephonein Seal Sale, t
play a match game there his meat market near the depot.It as it helps reduce tuberculosis amongexsoldiers. j automobile license low that the car
owners of tho state have in large
Is No. 10. Use it when you need I I I ,
:Mrs. F. A.' Scott spent Friday in meats. numbers seem to overlook. That la Start I

.iiwtey, where she attended the coun- The following y from | when a car Is sold or changes hands

teachers association.Col. j+ the tag goes with the car. Tugs must
The first frost of the season was Starke to Lawtey last Friday to at- j
I not be changed from one car to another -
seen Wednesday morning Tly cool, tend the Bradford County Teachers
W. T. Weeks and daughter, clear; bracing weather the first of tho Association: I!. B. lAne, II. Ii. Wlgejns j but the new owner t is required A
Irs. J. M. Brownlet, went to Jack. It. ;by law to transfer the registration to J
week made everybody feel good. C. Sapp, Arthur McRae, Mrs. ,
nville Wednesday Mlnton Mrs. Bessie McGrudor and his name ;

Miss Josie Parrlsh, one of the high Bon, Mozelle, Misses Olive Kay, Jeannette I '
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee has returned We insist that possession of an au- Bank Account
school teachers of Umatilla, was the 'Matthews, Marguerite Shriver,
t>me after a visit in Palatka 'with tomobild. is an aid to Christianity. It
guest of Senator and Mrs. D. E. Eva Powell Cassle Cole, Eva Barrs | I
Bdge and Mrs. A. V. Long. I removes the for others
excuse eunsing
of the week.Mrs. and !
Knight the first Evelyn Dcmaree.'
I who have them .
IA son was born to Mr, and Mrs. ----
Grace Ford, of North Branch, In front of her cottage on Clark
,am RoHenberg, at Green Cove Give unto others as you would have I er Start bank with and will
Michigan and niece Miss Carrie Ug- street Mrs Rebecca Alvarez has a account us we help you f
rings, Nov. 29th. them
Tuesday, I give unto you-but be carefulto
low, arrived last week to spend the "palma chrl U" plant of tree like dimensions the I make it larger. We are equipped to care for your deposits
get biggest slice yourself.
\ The Ensey cottage, corner Southd winter at the home of Mr. and Mrs It .sprang from a seed in ( with absolute safety. There is no function of a

Cherry streets, is being thor- John Uglow. the spring of 1020 and is now lend BIG SALE AT STI I bank we;cannot perform. Every facility afforded to

ghly repaired and reshingled. than two years old. Yet it has reach. farmers and others for transaction of their banking
L ___-__ _________ The orange trees on N. B. Hull'slot ed a height/ of 18 feet and is nearly I
JMiss Georgia Epperson of Lake on North Walnut eti 'et are bear- five inches in diameter at the ground, business. Accounts may be opened by mail and monies : 1

puller, spent Tuesday with her cou-. ing well. On one of the trees, one forming a symmetrical, beautiful tree deposited or withdrawn in this way with equal (ac-

"n, Mrs.G. W Anderson ", twig, alone bears, upward of 50 or- It has survived one',winter and will, I E. K. UNnEHG'R.l j ility There are scores of young men in Bradford coun-

anges.Mrs.. perhaps, get through the coming/ season I ty who should start a bank account. The dimes they

|Fred Tallman does all kinds of plow all right. Another sample of our', STAKKG. throwaway month if brought to our bank would
,ork at reasonable prices. Mose! ; J. T. Moore, Mrs. Pear] Jones, rich soil and ,wonderful a 1uate. I every :
ack Old Shop. It Miss'Emma Andrews and Rev' II. II r make them independent as they reach the noonday of

Black, of Lawtey, were here early in A tree almost as crooked as those In I life. In fact, every person who has a dollar should y '*

|Prof. George C. Looney, of Lake the week taking the teachers exami depicted in the colored supplementsof No Worm In a nuaitliy Child j .1 tart a bank account.Try it and you will always thank t

neva with nation. the Sunday E. D All""llden troubled with Worm. .hove
spent Thanksgiving his papers grows on mi nitonaith us for this advice.
ughter, Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick. Card's place. It is a pine. Two feet ode I 'r.'k. :: :,.more arse lii.aitt*., stomach punt blued' dlntu'tenrrwn,uud a*.. I .
Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Fling returned from the ground it makes a bend as Caovx's1ASIxt.rheCHILL; ; 'IONIC iii. regu .
Col. home last week after ,larly" fur two or tlmw weeks win pork I h lh. hliw.1.
spending ,ten
| A. Z. Adkins and family spent sharp as the elbow of the boarding improvBitiedlucitlim,undent..a, Ji- .
nday in Gainesville with Mrs. Ad- days in Jacksonville as guests of Mrs. house mistress in a picture show, then nlng Intilo. to ih.wholvmrnm.. "Nitt. thou: j

ns' mother, Mrs. M.: E. Edwards. Angle Sternburg and Mr. and Mrs. runs out horizontally and half-way to throw mirfcict ofTnrdlnpol tiaaltu." rtoaMoHotnlm.h.w-rme.eT'rhi.r'illd,.Mnnrf t ttiba i,tl. ,,1 Bank of Starke
R. H. Barbour.
around a cypress tree then upwards

""Irs. Alma McMillan left Sunday -then to the ground. The tree resembles Cold Cause trap and Influenza "The Bank of Helpful Service."

p DeLand, her home, after having I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. deSha cam. up the man who was "so crooked till LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE!:TibloU remove ibt

*.nt a few days with relatives here. From Waldo Sunday evening and were he couldn't lie straight." As it cannotbe causes There U only oue ":-- W""M-' '.
quests of the latter's parents, Mr and used for any purpose but that of Eo W GROVE'S.'''" ...... 9s.. 't ,

''l Une of Millinery being closed out Mrs. Wm. H. Struth. They returnedto an ocular illustration of the life of a - .---- -- - ----.- -- -
I ow cost at Hoffman's. ,Jacksonville Tuesday morning. certain ex-governor, it will be let L "

j alone to grow more crooks. .
+ iism-s Rhoda and Ruby Bennett, of Miss Etta Tison,- loll". and Mrs. L Come to 'Central Florida's Busiest Store
G. Powell went to Jacksonville last BIG SALE AT.STEKNHERG'S.
L SALE AT STEltN ERG'S. week. Mr. and Mrs. Powell returned /* '

Friday; afternoon but Miss Tison will II your local m.r fcanl does not carry your want corn.her.. Many women, In your community .hop

tub-My-Tism, antiseptic and remain several weeks. here. Our aim I. to ,.! all times render good service" maintain a high qualily .ood. and sell, al smallest
,j killer" for infected i pr>c.. po..ib!.. Our .Iac!..'*r. a-'n' .ia. of
.lore in the
any Hate with tho eacehnn of ono city.
i tism., sprains-Adv.fTARRIIAL., neuralgia: rheu- The U. D. C will meet newt Wednesday A. p,, H.CIGARS "r"

the 7th Inst., at 3 o'clock, at <<
the residence of Mrs. W. J, Epperson. '

All members requested to pay their '. ("). .Or;..... -
annual dues at this '
DEAFNESS meeting T.. 1ti .
.tly' relieved\ by cnimtltutlnnnl' treat- erVtCe\ '1 :ff'
WKDICINK Horace S. Wilson
1 coimMtutlonal' remedy. Catarrhal pent the weekend t..
nep or.lIIe i. caused by an'enflamed con- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.E Try our line of cigars. They will GAINESVILLE.FLORIDA ?;Rasa

l Tube. L. Wilson. Horace i lit one'of Bradford please. Made from the best

"nv.and vr a rumbling when It Hound la entirely or .Impftrfeot closed county's bright young men who elected tobacco by e ol .i"

} I* thj remilt tlnlnHa the Intton Unmaking good at the University of All Postage Charges Paid By ;Ua On mail '
can "h* reduced, your :Florida. experts.. > > Orders
""4 t"flTayra forevnr MA 1.1.1 fYrlr t
>.K1tt MKruPINF act.. tbrnuKh the .
.8' m the inucou* aurffice of '
'Ut 3'u< reducing' the .. nand !Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrfcht} Starke I '1-' An'exclusive Mail Order Department in charge i-f'n: experienced :shop
'big Nature in restoringnormal cons had a family reunion on Thanksgivingday I Cigar Company er._
Ul'181. LeJ! : write .. ..
All Pnir.r1.tB their guests being Mr and Mrs I I '" I .
Cheney & QO-, Toledo. Ohio.
D. T. Clark STARKE. to. t.FJw
,,of Jacksonville, Will M. -fI'III. .. ;.,......'. -
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> t lift i ] i tliIr f dfll8 I FLrwp f A k.3no, vyetst the ..4d-a4' wilt nfXr. Wltlaw. BaS recasw1 t* kid: t-- S. Wp Leads xi. tun--, & -*iI&. were tmnW eke rare rraa&xf at E- P. 1I'&l"IIiac' Lu bfre -:1adLet :

I.ekes brr
ar *Ttn. F&nn&voM.a4 rins40n
to Lwtr fwetZayxarraa < Lewis bane Tueday ugU.Tbe L
: IIrVie r.1b.. a.W Xn. sad XI' IT. T. *rrrr sun .
j. t .r & lTa* a aid a4 Xrs. V. T. WaSat
were Ernra, tf Safce, wu thegwesi taaOJe .2 B. P. aW L E. Sc.ates.
4 + L 3. .1 t8ar err ba. +tata YIiIIIC4n to ; UftirMw *f ITaieVt skid ta* rrsstc .. so we barge the
.i wawa U HaK Utt SafcErfay.J .
; od to sad Yn G. c..z- G.
,. Wq E. X- aid A. A. Haw
; V biwiq
? i k J v.,4 8.taraay. J{! &:t his lather"* LMEM TltarsCay. H. A&ea was arsyfafcrg t. tmiit..s .... Ee.fs, Sunday.y uf Broker attended ckwxi at E. ekX tam they kit th*

a ,:, ,,I {I. '; Jtarr Joni .. a.utievtd the : )Cr. a4 Xn. AvSataM TsacM+BUvtarf cf Jaek:. oe>- Sunday. then ferret t* *4 jk.

W, i; : .fefc: M! .... ...*fc, j jj ;:., testis. .._ Yu+nASe bow H. E. Meet wa a braaraeas etattor rile.fna W 4aedy 1JZ'tiI ,
I I ........ ., I wr*. J. Eels X. Cotesuia a.W Every mas .,
j" Lota Mae Cocoas s.d -.. ofi J"r.laT. t* K7 *oe* Park Sa:aria,. Sasday. at the Mere ef her parea2s, i: rs sale; ;:
i \ Ha fMr*, ...* eke v.ii:... gY.Maa ;1! XW..alad Wyza ses'T3rrris Xr. ax4 XnT P X. Geirer and -. Xr. sad Xrs. A. X. KatrtmrtL S. F. Morgan anea&ed tkzrek at SeekSatuday : Est7. bTS: awwt of rheat _

a' j c.< rttrrn. anf !ntVA.l -.L Fruisr.. I and Sunday.Trwia ,, -.IiII'C tiers: dark .. -
I 11 ; 5ssgaot, wtTS Ear, .f Waiter viaitMd t.wu \ T. J. Terry was a trisitee to Laic f I see: a.eoaaLkates
' : C. Cre-v .... irs.i.. TsiMifik aid. ace. Et:. aid of:t-
\ >r i' j a ++ etisrr :'j ca.Ltn tre Tasardlly.X : Xr. a4 Xrs )I. Half. Setavday. Orty TSamdiT- "
'wl'1" 4 Li j jI j daughters. Bethel and IrwaLeaded ::
t* PreSirriaturay. cos aaerx Kd.juq.; oft J.-c Xr. sad Mrs X. W. Mors aaotaerd
J.1'. . 4 Xaattr C. W. fcr tn ad T OMTeaton .:>: 1! set tl* wcra-ctSii wtti i M1'ftU. t* EnoUyii E.jauiay. J. L Harrc8 was erajsaaettcj1 IrarJsa : j cfcarrk. at Rock: Ssadayf I Fukien papa tel asJ,

II I I ;.\ 1' vMtxr M ti PSa Hat t Xr. sad XrtA A2YIMeI rod JaefcsowrSSe Xjsnday. i Mr. and Xn. W. A- SLaw sad ti
I cower i iI if rrai Mir E5SEe Weodar retarded t. -. apparel is to be ftmf- _
I t I,; : --.. h1Y..aT. i! << utwy X .
b, . 'L JL O. J TMT* .a* A > vicvtart i! A retied cf f rfk* taja7et -.q I relatives sa unrtk Flflprida.. : terr T1 e5Ida7 {a Jacasd@vsTk.Ckfwn '; J. !L Thou S bday. ; Lie the face it need as

:' r, i ;j take Isstiwr T-r /irT.' I l! paths; at the bane: ef XT. ajul 3f n. J P. Padgett was a ksa.ntiWr. ,| : BTVWB ef GainesriQe, spent Xr. ai4 Xn. George Thomas ofStork. t ltt-

,: III ,I ) : ... Xr. aerf Mr. L L Jxrfrt f.f K_ :,;L L Oj"4e Tfcjtti-iarfrfair Biytt. Tfc* t* HactMk Saturday.E. I week-end witfc bornefc ks. I .. spent tbe week-eod: with if r. .

"':;jj., I j Jayfl'1. .rte i bt oar scetim frgarlay af I eiatwrs Mews. Edi.'a i| Frii Greta, 'CtwptiCe.-, rpEiS 'I and Xrs. T,...... Poor rtlaticea
Boat./Learn j were : kwcuer.always .
, 'I' i J. *Qxcrcr wa* tte t .
,, AIo. ajawnef flaw slay at tfce: boo cf Xr. sad Xn. ; Perry Xvwry. LCreare, attended
't I sad OK S.u **A n'ofjtr. "f flee I poor to those ftc Li
; , MaI.T Z4A.ft.: i wa* svrtrlil r to iraar. Tbna&a of Zcf JI&a.pc.oa Sat.r>daT. ;i+[ Karie* Pitiiiav.% i etarck here Saa>!.&T. \
f Hrlry '
"'V'f.+ B. C. Ows ey: nwCoroi to Hjrtoaatsrday. [ Xr. aid Xrs. J. B. Dye aad of t !
ift -,
:: T.tea 4.avpv.i kit .tttk. !
r'' I r uMi.;! !.e'wt.eiL, ..f Gordtie, c... aM I' TheM i* eCcriLa!
: w. A. Brave: c4 Ercker taw ;: jMfcMKrrlQe spent 'nuhciriEc: bIlAW'1q
J I Grant aM Lets A1atna tIedod bec
i i Bet bttfe is said cf the. profiteers ; : ten *Bes t!::;
1J I{ Xr awi Xn. R; A. Jags oenl.r.taitarf at the: bane of Xr. sJbi Xrs.'A. .
vrr fart Tkaraty.: X.iM E wut.e the Boar
.rte. rd W I / tbee days. But possibly: pew are } Tie Tines
v >b j
K. W. TK'Bfiaav, cf sad E* I a brat Bsnuber ul their f riJ>i. X. Blaeckud. 1
1 1, U?. end ltr Jt seta S rraeT aN ,; beeomibsc weary (f tAliiny ..hvntkrmsetea. .
a, d Daorh.rty, cf TeraM M eivM titv ;th eW.dr.taday proud" JoardU cf a tty girl, Lava rwhlb a poood purty Fridayfct ia |:: Mica J.-ye* Terry spent sereral days: BIG SALE AT STERNBE .. |
( ..."dr.U .* Friday ti'gbt. A i; ..... %1rt.i b4- fit }(r. and Xrs. J
'1 Lure rrvd .a* j/rest and Us* *er-j Ii;i Tfc Jaza r CfcrtsttaB .ixlT riei4y w,s.vuz.all. CaTfc evening was eoJwyed wee})c. retcrcier bBB.. S1laday.Mr. ,I, -

s<. R'' f WAS we sataars.faL 'I: Met Ttorxity with tiirty pns.- tbwmgIJy, Bgttie and gases :; and ],(n. WIlL Braddoctv of!I

rr e > Uad: .loA,.. c4 X_ Paine' .s* ill :,,ent They (.*d a .piftdiianri JiR1rT&-I tei T played and at 10:30 Xn. Jonas i iixrrit !. lake City *>ez.t TbaJLksefvi&f day 1"VJ. \ : .

j our Barr 5ar..4.7. I it wa wefl rev>i rt4.Xr. d the iraerU to tile during: room' io Lawtey at the home of Xr.Xrs. sad

L ; J, K. Mkita wa. a. t Sr t/> lAu and Xn. e nrya Pyal, Mr I where a delicioa supper wa tpreid.Tl ; T. J. Terry.
I t Patin S1IAa .. !t, Brv. E. D. Borer ebbed kis
t guests defined at a late tysrar, regular
'r and Xn. Berry Dyal and ttairen, {fHatcp i j
d i H. T. ParxJl. cf ?"- lUrrr, passed I *, aM Xn. Mary Watkin of l I tfeac&iex Xr. and Xrs. Jones for the': '1 i aoMdnKBt at the In !ti* Baptist: 'J
r i
1 l tm:
I 1 tk.oogb: our Farr fttoviay **rvicU Genera AU, attended the. cane grind: In.io7'aUe'I(, church Saeda,.
; to 1ad.'..rmn.e.. ; AmaDf tbo. '1 Eobert DizUies business
r attecdiair': were Xr. ;iXn. was a TU-
SY \ f iag at the booMt If }Cr. and Xn. O. I
I Fume. dw.-y tyeat the wwek", W, Dyal Tbor4y. 'and C A. Vd, Xr. aM ftor to Bryeerine Toesday.i .

end at CraKua, rot cf Farr ova.irl, Tbe Wtcxlnwea Cirri met bre Fri* Mrs. S. B. Warlord: Mrs. and Xrs. G. I IX. !i )[/f.. Wilma BUachard. of Lake
4 6'S t r' Luis Mealy day aftcrnvsn.Xr. Beenett, Xrs. T. B. Triext, Xrs.C Butler spent Thanksgiving at the

.I Mwry Brownf aatp//n, w.. in and Mn. Bay :Xew_. ofStarice A. Gaines, Gertie SwinArf, Eiuda.Eunie home cf her parent

i ; our borr TOIttIISaI' byre *, LereTza, loriTIe and Bath ; Xrs. Ellis Norton and baby of .
were Tocaday.
: t I )I,. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, fKaiford 0. W. Dyal mad a kuinea trip toBrxofcer BeMMtt, noise o.w1iettie and Jacksoevflle. visited relative in Low DyBsus. ; How many
-to bans and iaebatty
paued through. car burr on Wednwday.XeMrm. Costa CiUyard Nealie Yoon Uood. :te7 Saturday and Sunday

!"" I (. Swky Will Jones, Boy p."A.onta.Tn" ,I LwiDe and /anie Maud Woodard, Ma1rie {I X,. and Xrs. W. E. Torode apd children uses you have forColumbias
f P, B. __ Ethel I ark Eath S.iD.I' visited relatives -i?t.a.s.d a-.
Cr kiwi little ctupteTI Jooea. Sam in Starke Than-
Dyal and Arthur Wilder wereeaHer --
+ I \\I a*;. wet ,Sims t, Xev Elm Sa.t- kai_ to the county eeaSaturday. t del, BZantoa Owsley, Willi Gaiysrd,, dayJames __. 1 !

+1d, 'it 1 vrdkjr.Mrt.. ; Charlie Phillip, Calvin Triect, Artborj Browning, of Jacksonville, - 1. !.fare tld aeir

4' i iY: A (CUtxi Brawn *ivl littf on, Mrs. Man Beville Ira k'. Xo rer, WnJi S1I'iDde11ohn HaH, Jim,j visited relatives here Sunday. ek-.. ....... s'- t'OR bells, horn, thermostats,
pent a'm
't I OtU I>J-in, (c If Dasher Gs, spent lot giving with her parent at Mieanopy.I Phillip, Samuel and Percy Wc-xUrd.j I Loots Brown cf Waycross, Gau. was "e r alarms etc, use Columbia "Be.

"Mit"e with fc//ififol.. O. W. Jasper Bennett, L )[. Gaines. : Pray the guest of relative here Sunday : P..J Ringer." Little package of big power
Dyal wa a bturines 1 .. ..
; 'I I"Q""t" .r Andrtu .n '
doh cf hew Jiirer, wr in oar burg .)In.Hampton Nancy FnOay Sparks Edgar and Gra- OwsU-y. I
vMaT. the weekend guest of relatives here. for ignition the Ford wh.
ignition on t
s 9 1 i I 11 I ;' ;, fro .nd Mn. Jim Tbonuui, cf Ji"_ tie Friday., of Moonteocha, were viiitor here WOOOLAWN" f f'oodla1l'Do Tbe ladies of the Baptist church starting;;always Columbia"Hot Shot'

'1 1 i i 'U"w, paa.o4 through bare served pyster Saturday for dinner,
,. Sunday Mia E tlJe, Waadin, of Waldo.perit Ignition BattCTT b;0. 1461. Suits
k .ftc-nv,1II. \\ Dee. .-J. S. Norman : and supper, to help raise funds to pal'fl" ""'r "'e"'r"r of cold weather
quick regardless
I ( ; tM week-end with Rub, DyaL rd.alel4 .e.Ld.
r '' : i J Glad,. Crews .*,. a rl.itor to New Dad Gray, of Waits, wa a t/tui- pent Friday and Saturday in Lee>- j the new carpet which was recentlyput rd.r.mA: r....a.e..a Solid package of 4 cellpovi-eT ((6 s-c lts
Poi"on" iaturday afternoon.frtfer berg on blllll_. down in the church. About $2JI I -" ." - s'; Fits under the front seat of the For
rwa visitor here during tbe week
I. jntlintt was well atUmded Leon Norman returned home from I! was realized.T. .

'.i t '.: .t U.. home! fit M. G. MOMS! SaturdAy end.Mr. Joe Padgett and daug\.ur, Jacksonrille: .Thun4.ay.UN he has II I J. Terry was a visitor to "fligh .I I S and SoU:taraga bt tlettriciana., hardware and auto.tuppJv encrU sire si*":

nirhtt ,been Springs lint part of the week. --'
I eadie attending school for the past two : and implement dealer Look fat the name
Ziff 1 were here Saturday .
Mr*. Green MOM/! wu in New Hirer weeks.: I. Joe Man, of Starke was a visitorto Cofvm&u the T IabeL
t ah
f''\,' /& < <'fIJ>ing. Mr. and M,... Dalton) Carter and j Laxity Sunday. .
Truby, Ruby and Lee I>
C. M. Mt Kin/wry vl d aeh> yal tpeot sister, M,... Smith '..ere shopping in j Cecil Whitehead spent Saturdayand
Sunday at Waldo with their
t4-r were W iitors to Sampson WcdI > cuter, Lawtey Friday afternoon.Mr. Sunday with relatives in Starke. ColumbiaD'iM"T
Mr .
"....s..,. # and M,... C. S. Dubb and Mr. I Rev. fl. J. Thomas, a Pentacostal;

9 >/i. ) ... y, of Graham sprat the children Mr. and Mr*. Jena Surrency and and Mn.1i'. H. Norman of Jacksonville : ( preacher: i* holding services at the

1 1.1 I lint tlf the week with relative,, and of Tampa, spent ThankxgHv- attended J Thanksgiving town baIL They began Wednesday of Batteries
log: with hi* parent, Mr. and +Ir I
I _! '. t fri'MI.'II here Thursday. last week and will probably continue a -to 7 last aaojcr

> , I s, ',1, Crwge 1Un,.., Gfrlad Donald aDd Ikb Surrency. :Thanksgiving service were held at through this week.Rev. .
', r Clarence Adkln I'rof. Alvin Waadin, of Ma clenny, the Heilbronn Henry Ezetle filled hi -
were among thoM the ,.. I Baptist church Thur. I appoint.// --
k-end with
pent his
..,' who _not attending' to builneu In Mr. parent, day. A large crowd was present and menu at the Methodist I
and Ia.
;s hew River Saturday Wynn.Mr. P.ev. J. L. Nutria preached at eleven both morning and evening Sunday.
J/r: ]| Hafip and Mr*. D. 3. Byrd were ,1s1. The death of the little infant of I
was in New Rir.r on ton to o'clock after which ap ordination I
Sunday> afternoon.
11' Sunday.e council was held for the ordination of Mn. Albert Moseley occurred Saturday I

two deacon for the church. The council . The funeral was held Sunday, f fj
I Mr. and Mr.. O. .
t W. Dyal spent Sunday
GKAIIAM i was composed of P.eYl. J. L Norris j Rev. II. H. Black conducting the set Prompt
with their Truman I'
son at Ziff.UloK '
D. L. J. vice. Interment was in Lawtey
Phillip, 1' Barne. Deacon rem
r .
Lv, I'' i 1: Graham, IfIC. 2/-Meirt. Edgar and I'arri h, of Sampson, visited Jerry Norman and.C. S. Dubb etery j
hi is brother .
I Oliver Xfiark! of >fount rha, attended KAt Sunday Dinner wa served on the grounds'and !I The Bradford county teachers institute -i

11. cane grinding at the name of Mr I Atlcen Boy Currency arid rranddaotrhter, service again held at three o'clock.A : I which wa held in Lawtey Fri. : Relief

r' ,,' ,IJ and Mm. 0. n, 5pl'McS::; nl'?bt. Qampson, were business visitors to. day was largely attended by teachers A

Y J- A. /, M ,
1 was business vinltor here ,I I Prof. Percy Ii. Il!vel, spent the: and instructive program had .

i Monday wi-ck-erul Wlfh:!:; relative at Florahome.Memr .! Twa at old King ley lake we two I been prepared f RUB IT IN FREELY
Hartw-y Dowllntf of
/ Hampton, I
r *. Tom Mill and Wallace I
f k tiuninrM visit here Tuesday and met, / Doesa'tbumortmartbiwtaagLirJmeatic's.
y 1 i. VWIruftday.ICv. ThigfH.-n were bufineii visitors to the 1 And, oh those joyful day; can I ever ZIFF Is made of soothing,healing oils that penetrate
t .: county. heat Thursday. ? the flesh to the very bone 1 Posi .,.-ey!
i forget
Tlc-rryan I>yal and wife lt
,i "'If'flt. Tuesday at the home, 1,Boy Surrency, Math, Titbie and When yon whispered to me i ZJt, Dec. 2. -Service* were held at : r/ with banishes a few sore applications.muscles, strains For 73 bn rears i ivM

% 1 of Mr. and Mr. O. W. Dyal. A r in Wamlin were visitor to Hamp- Mine you would be. I Rock church: Saturday and Sunday by Mustang Liniment has been the real

Gentry; Stokes, of lirooker, wu a ton.Sanday. And now, sweetheart of long ago, : the pastor, Rev. J. II. Kelly. friend in need" to MAN. LIVESTOCK

,; ( t/UHinvmi. visitor here Tuesday )Ic'.a,*. John and Frazier Shaw, ofliruoker You are feeble and old; your hair i i. : Misses Ella Mae and Lorene Ha- and POULTRY. Use it freely for

) ) and Misses Alma Thomas like zen, of Brooker attended church here
: Mr*. Truman Dyal and children, of j snow; Rheumatism Cuta
I 1 ', 7-iff, Rprnt Tuesday, with Mr. and Mr. and Avy Starling, of Ziff, were visitor Twa to the other fellow you gave Sunday. Lumbago Piles Saes8tmsd"dtet
'a 1' here Sunday afternoon.Mr J. M. Keen of Neuralgia Caked Breuta Gape
O. W. I yal.Simmy yourself away. Hampton, wa the .
\\t1 a; Thornn. was a l Lwlneaa view : and Mrs. C. I). Kobrt. were Rut how those fond memories return weekend guest at the home of J. B. Grip.Pneumonia Colds Son SpraiM'rmwa Nipple

I visitors. to Ziff Sunday afternoon.Mear Mumps $ ,TIIIIIOra Pip. etc. etc.
it or to Tampa first of tile week, re- And lull me to sleep with a heart that Thomas. panna
t"r" J turning Thurxdny. *. Carroll Atkinson, Frazier yearn Rev. and Mn. W. M. Moody, of 25e.Housthold.

a1hi? Odell Alx-rnathy, of Jacknonvillp, and John Shaw of Hrooker, were bu.- Now, a* I .It by my glowing campfireI LaCrosse, attended 'church at Rock SiM FREE' WITH IS TRIAL BOTTLE

fin-nt the week with his .lt r Lixzle I long to turn back sixty Mn. E. Howard and Ellen wvnMrfal DO"
I fiurrrnry luromer daughter, a much H HIM t* M rim
QfirKi, of Starke, was a professional iticaiza91.OO Cieri ee.... ..taa.- a.e.llei: : .
c. Milne Gracie and or more, of Gainesville, spent the weekend LTrW UatWil..r.aoid&:: $
It V of a-- .
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PK; caller here Monday. ODd w. .U1 ........ with I&,b, r.e mul 'of ; t
& And picture you a* In the day of here with her daughter, Mr. R. Coot atn8 ttrne"* ddLTop..wV.m., .. Jw. lroa. M.g wC.In
; .
Mr. and Mr.
Henry Wilson of Waldo much
6,6 'IH a prewnptlon for Cold yore. B. Thomas. a at
" n 2:c; .
; fever and aCirippv. Its I ". the I spent Wednesday with their When we two would sit 'neath the MeRsr] J. M. Keen and Fred Shaw

moMt( speedy remedy we know-I daughter, Mr. Lewis Matthew magnolia tree, Misses Rhoda, Lomie and Alva Thomas MUST.ANG

d Ad" i Mix Eunice McKinney returned to And be gently caressed by the tweet and Ruby Shaw went to the Sink ,

e 1 \ tier home Saturday afternoon. scented breeze; Hole Saturday evening: MG6. Good Old didadby Sbeed4B'
file Cured In 6 to 14 l>,r. Mr. .
Hay .
McKinney and
fu..IIM.., rotund m/mr* If AZO fllVTMrNT/ file,. .on. F.U-: While the new moon in the heaven Mr. and M,.. H. D. May and daughter /: \( 1
pr, r taI....ll&hlll'liod: 1 nrrt KM"I'iniraillul I'lIM,. genesptmt<< the week with her<< mother above Wilma of Hampton. attended LINIMENT
,.y J ,t.rri..! ,., tlrhn9: pun' .. and ran' I'I at Mounteocha.
111 .N & t a. Would silently smile at my tale of church at Rock Sunday.
I Miss Newbrrn, who has Men visiting LTON aUmiFACTVUNG CO.,........
I Hut, aim; ai decreed by fate, Mr. and Mrs. O. W; Dyal, of Graham "
rt itS k.IS ntk Stml .00&1T11.II.1'
; her diiiter, Mr. Charley Smith "
: love. spent here with
Sunday their
ASPIRINName left Saturday for her home In Cordole ,- Along came another whose brow wa Truman son SOLD BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES

l Ga.
fair, hock Thomas and Pitt Newnom sasassis

The junior Christian endeavor witmeet I And wooed you far from my love andcare. were shopping in Brooker Saturday.
"Bayer" on Genuine Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock Frank
( and Viola Reynolds, Henry
All member
are urged to be present Where you went, and how long you Padgett of Graham and Ed Yarborough - Keen Surrency, leader stayed, of Starke
were visiting friendsin lA''
God only know, you bade me leave, this section! Sunday.
TIIIIUSHAThereima : :
and I obeyed. Mr. and Mr. W. H. Shaw and children -

And now as the same sad moon of of Cooter Pond, were week-end ,>! Wills' Groceries
Dec./ 2. -G. M. Ilennrtt Fancy

: returned to his home here Friday, after Sadly long weave ago.his silvery web around l guest. B. Thomas.of their parents Mr. and !Mrs.J. . TaI

visiting! In Hastlntr' and Palatka. .
me, Mrs.\ Ida Howard and daughter,
J. L. King visited Mr. It. M. Kin
Friday. ]He, and he alone, know I am a* sad Laura and, Mazie, of Fairbanks, pent! New and Fresh Goods of Best Brands.

: a* sad can t tie. last week at the home
) of her
Iluw. Mr. and Mr. John Jones and children We keep many things not found elsewhei a X04
sit and
Ii r l Unl !m you ass the nam marvel at the power of fate; C. M. Kelly. i
pf Savannah Ga.
"Dayvr" on l..R' ) are not K lit at the home of his brother W. A. CHOICE {
|>r church
f \i';\' a."illf'Il l 1'1 fhynieluM for J ones., By JOVE.] | at Rock Sunday.

rt if. !lVt,'1 1"8' and nrurml, oaf b, million twrnitr-on. Tak Mrs. Wonderful!!! I really mean itl1!!! Misses Altha and Opal Lewis, Lon- t
.. Sullivan left Monday
41 .hplrla"only u told I in the A. er \>...',kegs her: \ fir, Rhoda and Alva Thomas, Minnie All Cheap For Cash
( for Oolilv,I llsadarbe' |. Neuralgia' ItliMiniatirnn fur home In Hampton, after LAWTEY: Wool and Messrs. Frank Reynolds
'r t ICarwbn To'tharh", I-Ainihflgo, and vlMltlnif her son, Cleveland.' j
for Pain heady, tin tones of and Harley Thomas, of Graham, Fra-

,.'I', TfeMot. of Aonirln' oust Ivw -nle.twelve' DnufBl layer- Johnnie friends WllliatiiNon here of Lulu, visited Lawtey, Dec. 2.-Mr, and Mr*. Augustus tier Shaw, of Brooker, EUR'eneVoods, j Ntath' Street, Near Depot.T' Sarhe! Fh'
aim Thursday.E ,
M>II Terry of Fort
larger White
.parkafrr*. Anplrin were Purvis Lewis and Lonnie Parker at-
rtl1, r r',. M.the trade mark of Itaynr Manufacture I; J. IJalllnifer was A business. visitor guest of Mr. and Mr. T. J, Terry ; t
f _
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times, the principal wound being a according to the plans of the promoters the teachers could attend the examinations Miss Janie Bielling who ''I'f';:i
deep stab over the left nipple and a I and h-iJt also is teach
specially airplanes in Starke Tuesday and Wednesday : ing school in St. Johns
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph gash several inches long in the stom are to be nrr ruled, to convey patrons !1 the week-end with her county spent "
ach. He lived until Monday morningat from the mainland. E. H parent, Mr. '
I'ark. poll Douglass made a business and Mrs. E. Bielling. J 4
four o'clock. Bland was not hurt. and tennis grounds will ..also be pro trip to Worthington Springs Satur I .,;,.'
[Live State" lie made his escape after the cuttingbut vided. I
day.Carl I
E was later caught and landed in the Brown of the University at The brains of the world are now :

town jail at Ponce de Leon being car- BIG SALE AT STEUNHEKG'S, Gainesville, spent the week-end with 1! centered in ".8IIhin ton. Here's hop- '' '

Told by Our Exchange ried to Bonifay following the verdict homcfolks.] J J I ing they function. I "

of the coroner's jury. HAMPTON r

.. _"_"_. .u...,.,. ...a" WWWUlU.a'a.u,=u.=......,mnunnu..,,="""" '''' -' :.
The brick yard near Brooksville ceiver for the past few years.A All the lana owners of Manatee Hampton, Dec. 2.-Miss Ethel Hunt j

[which has been closed down for a county would be reduced to the ranks i was a visitor to Starke Tuesday.

[number of years will be started up coroner's jury inquiring into the of renters if Sheriff Wingate was to Mathls Wasdin of Graham, was a .

[again and run to full-capacity. death of Charles L. Hopson, killed ina obey the orders to collect rent on the business visitor here Monday.W. .

peculiar accident on the Tampa road whole county and forward the money E. Baker of Brooklyn was a Choice Cuts w wr
In line with the new policy of the several miles from Plant City returned to a Georgian, according to a letter business visitor here this week. wfy

'war department all sick soldiers now I a verdict of "death by accident" made public by, the sheriff. The missive Johnnie Neville, of Graham was a

in the government hospital at Tampaare exonerated Hopson's companions. Hemet signed "Samuel White Hawkins" visitor here Saturday. -and Others

being; removed to Lake City. his death by a blow from a slab and coming from Porterdale, Ga., Rev. T. II. Gibson pastor of Melrose -

of wood knocked from a truck ahead states that all of Manatee county was Baptist church preached to a

According to the president of the by a car coming in the opposite direction given to the man whoso name is signed large audience here Thursday even-

Clyde Steamship Company contract to it by his 'father J. W. Harkness A few months ago:: a

will soon be let for the construction and asks the sheriff to "remit at once ing.R.. L. Birt, of Alachua county, has newspaper man visitedone

of two large passenger ships for the Berry Herrington of Spruce Creek without' fail, for that is your business. recently moved to the Hicks farm to of the wholesale mar

New York-Jacksonville run. eight miles west of Port Orange who the south of town.S. of
Swift & Company.
was accidentally shot by D. Beckley A. Dover and family, who have I
One vine in the vicinity of Plant his friend while the two were baitinga Chris O. Codrington aged 61, editor been the guests of Mr. and Mrs., M. He wanted to see a retailer -

City has produced fifty-seven pumpkins trap on Sunday died at a Daytona and owner, of the DeLand Daily L. Walter on for several days, returned ] buy a short loin of ,'

averaging 25 pounds to the punk., hospital Monday evening from the News and the DeLand Weekly News to their home in Charlotte, N. beef and then watch the

That makes 1,426$ pounds to the vineor effects of a wounds received in the ab committed suicide at his apartment at C. w. get about er retailer sell the porter-

enough to turn out 2,850 pies! domen the charge of buckshot from DeLand some time Saturday night. Charles Peoples of Starke was tho I rnuchwholsala house and sirloin steaks
Berkley's entering the man's He used a shotgun and literally blew for ont pound of
gun guest of his brother II. II. Peoples.
hart Loii da from it his
Ernest Brown 17 of Dalkcath, Fla., body. his head off. The discovery of the I Holland Brannrn of Lake JlutlC'r.III for tour) M pounds we over counter. '
heir to four w4eks old infant tragic end of the He thought this would
fell a newspaperman was the guest of his cousin, Dennis of
boy while on a train enroute to Bain- For the year 1921 the state comp made about 9:30 Sunday morning !I I, Brannen. make a good story j'

bridge, Ga., when a woman left the troller's office issued 103,000 licenses when he failed to show up at the newspaper W. E. Daugherty and wife had as tThe head of the market

baby on the boy's lap and never re and his very conservative estimate for office. The fact of the suicide I[ their guests Tuesday !Mr. and Mrs. took the into ,
turned. 1022 Is 125000. In 1020 there were was so plain that no inquest was I A. C Hunt and Mm, Daughcrty of ,
some 60,000 licenses l issued, and a considered necessary. The only cause Plainville] Tenn. ta' +r the "cooler" where he

The Tampa glass factory is doing proportionate increase this year will that could be assigned was domestic M. L. Watternon was shopping in ( f t ,,, showed him a high class +

rushing business and in fairly mean considerably over 125,000. Even troubles. The man had been dead several Starl.e: Saturday afternoon. ; side of beef. With a ..
swamped with orders. This is another on a basis of 125,000 five out of every hours. Mrs. Williams of Lake Butler, Will wooden skewer he marked

instance of the possibilities of the I eight families in the state would have I the guest of her son, E. C. Williamx, off the short loin and j

state of Florida in the manufacturingline. their own car. This seems conclusive The body of an unknown white man, (his week.A I said, "That i it only 8

evidence of the state's prosperity. about 55 years old, with the skull, fishing party composed of K. II.Wntterson QQuick. per
cent of the weight of the
fractured was found lying beside the
M. L. Wattcrson, L..7. ''
After discussion at the Sunday even- Hanging from a tree inthe Everglades I tracks of the Atlantic Goast Line Wynn and S. A. Dover spent Thanksgiving t,. whole side and it is selling

ing, services of the First Chrl tian"hurch the body of Paul R. Timms railway, near Dinsmore, eleven miles among the lakes of Clay coun- for four times as much / x

at Miami recently of the question formerly of Oyster Bay N. Y., was from Jacksonville. It is thought that ty. They returned with 28 fish, besides as this piece (and he

"Is Uncle Sam a Christian" found by children about twelve miles the body is undoubtedly that of a man other game.J. marked off the "chuck

sixty-five per cent of those voting from Miami. The deceased was a who was beating his way on a train. L. King, of Thcrcssa, Is a business ]- which is about onefourthof

cast their ballots in the affirmative. world war veteran with a record of 10 Persons in the Dinsmore section report visitor to our town this week. the side of beef!)." t

months service .in the front lines in the appearance of two tramps Mrs. Idella Prenter returned to her
The contract for the erection of a one of whom was so weak from lack
His home
France. mind l Is said to have here Sunday, after a week's
$30,000 hollow tile stucco building for of food and from riding "blind bag.
been affected as a result of his experiences visit with her nephew, Mr. Perry of
the Waldo] school] was conditionally let overseas and he is thought to gage":\ ,: that he could scarcely stand.It Mel]rose.

lo George McKay & Co., of Ocala, at have committed suicide. lIe had been is thought that this is the man who Supt. II. B. Wiggins of Slarke was r

an adjourned meeting of the Alachua missing for a month. fell to his unfortunate fate, and that a business visitor here last Thursday.Mr. The wide variation in the wholesale price of various

county school board. his companion could Identify him if he and Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Stark cuts from the same side of beef is caused largely by 1

Addition to dining car service to can be found. were visitors here this week.A. demand for the so-called choicer cuts. The others are, of

Citrus county has as fine jail as the West Coast limited of the Sea- M. Williams has been a visitorto course just as wholesome. .
any county in the state; well finished board Air Line railway operating be- A group of American capitalistsare Starke recently.Mr. hIt

and nicely! ] kept; still it is empty. It fween Jacksonville and Tampa has said to have purchased 'an l IslandIn and Mrs. C. A. Durden of Tampa
that no one wants to board the Bahama seems as though more people than ever
appears been announced by the asistant traf- group 45> miles off the who have been visiting friends and are
with the sheriff, as the tidy little fic manager. These diners are featuring Florida coast, and will make it a resort relatives here, returned to their home demanding choicer cuts, and their demand sets the priceIf

"rooms", are vacant the greater part Florida products making a like Monte Carlo. The presidentof Saturday. few people ask for the forequarter cuts the price of

of the time.Solomon specialty of the popular Blue Plate the company is said to be C. W. W. E. Dnugherty, who hRS been forequarters will automatically drop to a figure low

Lunch at ninety cents. The menus Jones, mayor of Palm Beach. Tho conducting enough to induce
a series of meetings at people to buy because of cheapness.
who liv-
Tookes a negro, island is Grand Bahama
emphasize the fact that Florida prod- largestand Graham and New River returned to
ed on Spruce street Jacksonville was Most northern island in the
ucts are .used almost exclusively in groupbrine Hampton .
stabbed, in the breast with an ice pick these meals. 70 miles loner] and 4 mites_ In I Thursday.Prof. Even though certain cuts sell for relatively] high
mn p. Duval
and died almost instantly early Satur- average width. It has been a British Starke was a business visitorto prices other cuts due to !lack of demand sell so low that tour

day afternoon: The police know the Just to indicate how extensively colonial possession. Upon this island Tuesday.The profit from all sources over a period of five years
negro who did the stabbing and ore Florida is supplying the purchasers plan to ,young people of Hampton hada h
hungry people establishments picnic party at the lake Thursday.Rev. averaged only a fraction of a cent a pound.It .
searching for him. with certain foods it is worth while for the manufactureand
Burke of Waldo
preached at
repeating that if all the cars carrying sale, of all kinds of intoxicants
A of the oldest ]leaf the Methodist church Sunday morning is competition between
Wahniah pne fruits and vegetables'' out of Plant to build race tracks where unrestricted consumers for the choice

tobacco growers and packers in the Oity in the past six weeks, had been racing may be held A big gambling at the.evcning, and G. C. Gardner hour. preached thero cute that I keeps prices for those cuts relatively] high; an

state of Florida was awarded the assembled they would have made a casino a stadium for prize fights, together equalizing: demand for all parts of the carcass would
blue ribbon the R. Swindel, of ThcrcHsa attending
the first prize at state was -
train a mile and a half, long. And a with sumptuous hotels and all benefit producer packer retailer and consumer.
fair held in Jacksonville for the to business here Saturday.
; leet.. still longer train would be represented other conveniences for the comfort
grown tobacco, shade grown also for and entertainment D. W. Moore, of Thcrcssa, was a -F.
by the cars, 299 of them, carryingcitrus of their patrons.
quality, burn and texture and colors. recent visitor to our town. Our average wholesale] selling price of all products ,'
fruits Tone out of the Clearwater four large steamships, each accommodating .
John Jones and family of Savannah has fallen about 40 per cent since September 1020.
section thus far this season. 1,500 passengers are to ply .
That about 300 acres of land Immediately between Palm Beach and the island Car, were gUt'"ts'of' Mrs. J. P.
surrounding Bartow will be A I Sullivan Sunday. .
special policeman was basking '
planted in watermelons this year Habitual oniitlpano; Cured Mrs. I. J. Priest was a business visItor -
where usually] the planting has aver- under Miami's kindly moon, his pistol In 14 to 21 Days to Starke Monday. Swift & Company, U. S. A. '
] and billy lying beside him. Fassersby
aged between forty and Bitty acres, WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- ,. W. B. Alexander who has been on
hastened to It prepared Tonic-Laxative
Deputy Gay. Syrup for Habitua'
is indicated by the many inquiries regarding I was apparently a case that would not Constipation. It relieves promptly but. a business trip, to South Georgia returned -
planting and by the statements 'permit of careless handling and the should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days to his home here Saturday.
of landowners thereabouts. to induce regular action. It Stimulates A. A. Durden was shopping in the .
deputy approached his quarry stealth- Regulates. a Very Pleasant to Tab COt county seat this week. @)
ily, eased away his weapons and then per bottle. .
Ab. Shearer brought to Dade City awakened "him. The man' insisted he Mr.: Chilly of Melrose] attended
Wednesday evening an American eagle services here Thursday evening.Mr. .
was a special policeman and exhibited -
which he had shot at his home a and Mrs. Newton, of Virginia
his badge, but it was not until he 1 CARDUI HELPED
short distance from town. It measured are guests of Mr and Mrs. Allgoodthis
was taken to the police station that ,
- six: feet, eight inches from tip to week.'
tip of wings. The eagle had sailed released his identity was proven and he was REGAIN STRENGTH -

down in his backyard when he shot MILLER r

A genuine: Santa Claus appeared at .
Miller Dec. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. C. F. -
Mary Alice 11, daughter of Mr and Punta] Gorda last week. If, whilewalking Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three I, Cokrr of Jacksonville visited relatives I/ 1
Mrs. E. D. Williams, of Mango, was small boy clad the in rags streets and he showing met a Years, Suffering Pain,Nerrons I in this community several days d
shot and instantly killed when a gun this week.B. .
evidence of such poverty as forbade and Depressed---Read Her
which she was moving about a bed- E. Brown shipped a carload of
room at her parent's houae exploded the purchase of decent clothing he Own Story of RecoverPaint /. hog to Jacksonville Tuesday
took the boy to the nearest store selling
the charge blowing the top of her Roland Thomas made a business trip THE UNIVERSAL .CAR
clothing and
bought and
head to pieces. The little girl was presented to Branford Friday returning home
him with a neat, serviceable suit.
cleaning and putting in order a bed. Sunday.
Four boys were thus treated by him. RoCk Ala.-Mrs. C. M. BUiall Prices
room of the house at the time. Eugene Douglass, of St. Augustine New
The name of the generous: strangerwas .f Dear here, recently related the following spent ]last week-end In this ,
ascertained to be William Arend Interesting account of her rsr communityon
Gulf Florida] and Alabama business.
and hails from New York'City.Two . eoreryJ: "I was In a weakened coalition. F. O.'8. DETROIT
railrand was purchased by William I was sick three yean la bed. Messrs. J. S. and J. L. Brown and

Fisher, acting as attorney for thecreditors' explosions of dynamite at 2:30 offering a great deal of pain weak.Denau. families spent several days last week Chassis $29
committee a committee of on the Gulf Coast of Dixie
Saturday morning wrecked the inter- ., depressed. 1..88 so weak, county.
Pvnsacola business men. The road ior of a motion picture theatre on I couldn't walk across. the floor: just they report a general good time and Runabout $32 I
was bid in for $90,000, the only other had to lay and plenty of fish. .
Ninth street, south St. Petersburg, mjr little ones do the ,
bidder being F. M. Stevens of Mo- patronized exclusively by work. I ".., almost dead. I tried M... John Mott of Lake Butler Touring Car $355
bile, whose offer was $80,000. Tho negroes.Tho very thing heard of, and a number of spent last week visiting her
other charge, a few minutes later doctors.. sun parents
I dldD't get relief. Truck Chassis
road has been any $445
in the hands of are-I Mr. and Mrs.
wrecked the front of the building.A I couldn't .at, and slept poorly I Roland Thomas.
l/iOO mechanical] piano was reduced toiler. If I hadn't heard of and taken Charles P. Odom of O' rlen. visited
Coupe $595
A rON.C to splinters by the first explosion. Cardul I would have dlffd.' I bought ,"Ir and Mrs. Thomas last week.

drove' Tasteless chill: Tonic restores The theatre Is on the edge of the negro six What bottles It did for after her.a neighbor told on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peoples of Sedan $660
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Tavares and Earle I'e of
district, and white persona living "I began to eat and Bleep, began to <-plos.
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its and owning property nearby, are gala tar strength and am now well Gainesville, spent Thanksgiving with These are the lowest prices of Ford care |:|in

strengthening./ Invigorating effect, see howit said to have protested against the and strong. I haven't bad any trou their parents Hon. and Mrs. II. C. the history of the Ford Motor Company.
brings color to the cheek and howit opening. ble since . I sure can testify to the Peeples.J. .

improves the appetiw, you will then good think that there Cardul is a did better I toad don't It. Mott of Worthington passed j Orders'are coming in fast so place your

appreciate iu true tonic value.Grove's Bill Odom and I believe it through here last week.
Is dead and Huey Bland saved my life. promptly to insure earlv delivery.J. .
Iron Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply is in the Holmes county Jail charged For over 40>> years, thousand of women Quite a crowd of our citizens attended
and Quinine suspended in syrup. So with murder a* the bar used Cardul successfully circuit court In Lake Dirtier
outcome of
pleasant even children like It. The blood ting* a cut- la the treatment of. many womanly ]last week. W. ANDREWS JR.
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to scrape in which these men figured ailments.If Dealer STARKE .
Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and Sunday night at the Frink old still you suffer as these women did II. S. Miller and J. R. McLeod attended ,

Clip germs by its Strengthening Invigor place three miles aoutehast of Ponce take CarduL It may help ;you, too. the truck growers meeting in ...
acing Effect (GOc.t de Leon. Odom was stabbed several At all droggUta 10 II Worthington Saturday.

... Schoof closed here last week so that
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