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: August 1, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 41. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGU-ST 1. 1919.: NUMBER' 5.


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TWO III.auo.U:.; FIFTY I m\ii nElo.1'lWll1TES:.; II IW \. Tlt.' 1-KOIIIItllION! :.; ml.1. :M .VNII'KSIllrM: : :: .VNUIOIJ :

WOU.NDKII IN:.; H.CImol's: I SOLDIER HOM'.s: HILL I''ES: : Till.l: IIOI'SI:: :\IION\\llii: {; I

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Chicago July 27.-A policeman was Washington, July :-J7.! -Representative i-'nncton, July J12.--HV: a vote of

shot and several other persons. injured Hear, of :North Dakota has iointroduced : II ai'Iv 1111.,.- to one, the house weary Columbus, ()I., ul> JT. Hoi.iands for

during fighting between negro and his bill providing for n bonus .
I whites which broke out in the negro of a year's pay fur every man that 1.i il I i f.n.i ,I i nfoiteinont. with provis1 '' food prices, through" t ;

district .on the South side early tonight served, in the war. I I 1,.'.'' .111.1 I |n'n lilies so dinstic! sis to" i led 1 action 1 everywheie' of (,'< " t "

Every available policeman was The Hoar bill provides that revenue'! '"ii,.i. tii in tin t men who flamed, it theIn' 1 I and coiiiifv law erifoivenn-nt I

ni ished to the district to meet this expense b? raised !h\ I'' .I 1 I "I'i I hat ,it t would forever sup- i is manifesting" itself ''' ,,11"1111'i'I'f ]

surtax on incomes over $::!,0ou an : pI" I IIi" I.'i,mi' iialtlcon Aineiuanv an 01 ding to' icports received
While fighting was in orfvnith
progress nually. He estimates, that $2.41H1.01lIl-<> '' bv' .state, officials. It is ,(\
State street the nClll'Ols.\
i tnct: which extends in about five miles (100 will be required to pay the proposed i I tt I "i n. bundled" .",: Democrats. I tion of this I suit will be U" upon| I

'1 bonuses .111.1 I I' lil1ihhransrefused: | !, to ...ut'I the fodoiiil" governmentVednesda+ \-
rioltook
that thoroughfare, another
along Mr Hoar said tonight that lu will'' I "I II .\.I'IIII-t; t this even hundivd 'I IwhcM Ohm county pfosecutors will

'I i. ) place ut the Twcnt>-ninth streetbeach. I ask a hearing on his bill soon after ilu I II', ..liiliit\ ?tll.I,, putting up ii toolidtin Two were repotted to '
negroes i i the recess of the house. f"1" t I... t MIV' last polled :'JS7 votes, e'lnl John (C;. I'rico
have \been owned after being struck
"I.1. ;"i-t tin, i\1'sull wax announced I It I estunalc'd iov..
1. 1I1lh'II.Vhitl', "Xoitl Dakota has I parsed+ a com- a is Cox will 1 lend
men were frequenttl.v |
bv the I f pensation: jut which gives to each *,,1-1\ J 1"I til l l1', ,- "I l in t ihi gallery ton young to IninMiience, to liriijr" abuiit a niove- J
Mate street -
attacked l on :' polite dI
said i dier. sailor and marine who wtnt t"l Iwu I whit u \\iis nil about leaned :I iiHMit of this sort Keqnests for ,h"- .

j I the war from that state $:J:!!Ii for ,' ( "i' ..i tin lululc and waved tiny lolls, of the I Ohio line of notion .si-t

The police soon clc-aied, the rioters month served provided the money il'! I' Th I Ii ni
from, the streets uml established i'.111erlc.', i only half tilled, meanwhile.li'olung . '
1e"'II''ul .h'.hlhllvc
invested in a farm, home m education."Taken i nay i .\ (11m 0fl''lIn
. t strong pat lots which they believer together with the new homebuilding : nit till "iu'e. si-vt-ral stalesIliiltiinoie I '

would compel onlei. A negro vviif I art which gives the mhntini, ) I II I .\ blond mile spicad' '' aver" the faces i.fi
shot and four other persons, including !. 1 nt tin leaders for the ; 7 7..
.I 1 man and returned soldier an uppoi-' I imbibition( .11I :! -(iov. lliii'i'ing- l

a white woman, were injured by tunity to build a home or buy a farm I iiiiiisiui. w is randy for the senate. ton of Mar, 'land, it hciame known today ..

clubs\ uiui' stones. The immediate cause I on a pnvment of one-fifth down, it nusic s. whin., howi>\ I')', many of its list rir- is planning, to take action sim-,

of the noting is not known, but bad: makes available a real opportunity I t ti"III,nin) i\ 'bi modified, or stricken" out till I' to (hat taken h>' iov.i (Cox "of :'

feeling has existed,I for months and to the working people and war veterans '1'111'I i I. ak l loom) lumoi" pei-istint that Dliiti, in dealing with food profiteers. ,

result in recent bombs}, explosions und I to become home n4)'ne'0. .ill tin- visl.itive'e flfor! might end Me" wilt immediately 1 I "'"lIsllltltU1'IWY ,f ;

4)} other disoidcrs. The bombs ore believed "I think that Is the best wa.v' to oqr .11 tin slnial of a piesitlenlal' veto ( ;icnoral 1 kifs'hiv in reference to what ,,. J.

1 to have been due to feeling make loyal American citizens" I Mww nltlMiigb the general view win that legal atolls he c-an take\ under" the Wt.,,'

against negroes for moving into white "it txoiild bt signed: as passedHi Mar.vlane| laws He prposos' first to ,

neighborhoods I I'n hinlttnn, July 2S' .-.\ bill to authnrio ,'fun tin house" |put the hill nn its locate by investigation the renpoiiMibilit.v ',,\''

Fe>ur Reported Killed. the treasury department to I1i14)J.r"". one tinal hut feeble hand 1 1'n .' for (bo high rust e>f living, unit

j h..d forth... to. strike, it down and with the desiic-tl infoi'
Chicago July 2*-Four negroes" issue bonds in (ho sum of J.Otm.WO-( "real' mation in

30)) were" reported killed and two policemen non for the purpose of providing additional i put in its plat'' '<' a briefer, and mare blind to ascertain. how far, he can pro- j.IIII'II j.

411 wounded, in a gun battle t resulting pay for .officers 'yid enlisted lil, ml nn .1-1111-' Tins took the form, reed with, criminal prosc'cutiein, '
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f thl.0 aiairiiiph lull by I Uepreintntivi Tim has actiuti In
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the and 1 I'll''"' ,1 | govoinor delajetl tor
\ from, nn attack on a policeman atThiitvhfth men in nrni.v. navy mil
zn; .street and Wabash avenue l'Ol'pM11" introduced, in the house to By FRANK H. SPEARMANAuthor lirni" IK'iiuicmt of :MISSOII-. the. belief that e'ongiess" aftor! its. ,

i I, III'I..III'd' some ,day ""1t'0lIId ofl'l niinioroiiH investigalions, would, fill'0
tonight A number of negroes il.iby Koprosontativo: RayabTohn'on :
of South Dakota. r ,I "tod la iv as a substitute fix, (heii nish,. relief; b>' iic'cessarv. laws aiitluiriing !'
; whites took
were wounded. No: pail of "Whispering Smith"
: ', in the two-minute exchange of .shots.. The bonds would<1 be issued l ender n., 1"0\I 'nfoii) I'lnc'iil mcasiiie) if the fi,'de'ial criminal, piose>ciitions. tl W.'

Another tleah from! the outbreak the ,direction of the secretary of the 1 1:1, :,\\ lit Hut the hulls. .did not The investigation, it was said, ill not .

9110 occuiod tonight. .\ negro attacked bya treasury and, would! he of the ( -,+1)?" ,r :Mi. IK'OI"s uml mil was ."..r"lItpIJ, :! .' dc'signed, to the statistical or to. aiii'itiiin -

ination fixed him and bear IPnnm'l to 1.111 i ::' Hid I tinsiitf I iiimljod' meant I the cause of high' prices of j
,1 crowd of whites died after reaching y ,
u hospital est lit the rate of four per cent.The would you like thaI III lens thnt.v',six ineiiibeis who. f indalutts! ) or bow the situation Jolly i .

HOW r.-i'-nd" a mole." liberal hill took the be best n,Ije-M-tl 'I'he object In view it. t .
conductor in instances lull provides< for pn>'miMits to
Street car many job of cleaning out { mini dinstic one Intel when tliele was to find! the I names of the !profiteersand I
U'fuscto curry negro passengerv4 all\ ofTu ers' and "enlisted men) 10(1UIing
"tin rllnlrrICrnml.nlnlnr them tho
IIn i t to proceed against in
because of the threats aganstthe muses who served betweenpiil 1'
of I'ou 11'mo"I'ILI' ofNoitli "11m..' mannci as pn need lire against) !
desperate outlaws ,
the a
blacks. Several hundred, white laborers ti, 1017! and 1 the passageof/ act. gang
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: i .iiohiui: an null-lit!" prohibitionists ntlii'r rrunirulIs.I'1111'
::71t1) who had to puss through the! who have boon honorably disihniged
then homes or shall\ be leafier discharged, at who long had terrorizedthe t tolled" lie-must tile bill after .
section to reach re- '
negro .\n: 1:1: (; IM: I': 1 nIIOMI 1'llltt111'ltItli'ilitVs ( :
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hilt 11..1.' d i 1 that a law so severeI '
IIIJT'
the of !0 additional for each 11.
mained their posts until they could rate $
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obtain police escorts. month of !service between\: those dates. country surrounding their nit" I pi'iiint a funnel's wife to .. l" 11
Xo who has served less than niaki\ a hot tie of "lI'kl..I'rY I wine for" -
Sharp clashes occurred about packing person "I'vt I Kugene: liiyden rhruwcr. of
her own 4)-r ,never could !>. oiifoiced
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Five negroes two months. is to be given the benefitof mountain home ? '
house neighboihood.
51m I Provisions of Hill. (Co. ,\. 11:\ltd .\"' '''UI1 Itilln 1',1'i .
displaying pistols. sped.1 through the the measure, and it is providedthat ,! .' .
leached homo in the .ilth of I I. iot..
The onfoiccincnt bill
piuhibit' 114
stock yards district yelling threats ofvenJ'eanl'e. no payment shall be less than (]I That is the Henryde 5 ', 'month after nine months. Service ill
400 They were overtaken by SJIO regardless of length; of serviceSoldiers ( job assigned to it pasxed the bouse" pi, "ov MOB: :
(Prance with till'0\:. \I'. I'ajgonois : '..
lOG After January Jii I'lJO\ : :
160Ina policemen who had difficulty in preventing marines or nursese whowero Spain, young good looking, a crack I Kvi-rv: "limited, under the tho oldest, son of :Mr. and. Mrs: O. '
under fire in battle POISIIM pi
mob violence. actually any Inw to 11Irvli'lIl"I' in his' "os""SI'11I1.hllll A. 'I'] .vi i 1'. ,!Jr'i and the tin. .. ,,..L u..' .Ml.\
against; Germany are to receive an shot and who knows no fear. He I '
dragged
A negro chauffeur was I report tin quantity and kind to their "nn t to retire, from Fr".1! .
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additional of .100) each. It
- from his machine and his skull frac- is further provided payment ill the
tured. Another was stoned and stabbed .\ of Oi.iipati'Hi. i' .
rillY
to chemists physician'*,
'Thi1applies 4
served in electrical whoso
100 in a brief altercation and may die. an capacity spirited niece of the leader of the band.Q I etc 1'\t. 'Ihrowe-i, was givon" a specialdiMchaigc
compensation exceeded I $fO n montharo
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A "flying squadron" of negroes raced not to bo given additional, After !''bruar\I I J''!)IU:! : from the I army h 'aiisu. liuAOII .
down thirty-ninth street in u touring any adventuresin first ill Raton 'Mil, race
There pri/e 1111
Q thrilling
'''' Iowa nl'e under the nl't.'h..n are many I The possession' of any liquor| utlwruulh..r..tI
car and fired a volley of shots at at llri-st, wlnb'" the unit to vlncli hobelonged
than bv the law, shall bo
no \\ the bonds. are issued the
payments
the that follows hand-to-hand
a group of whites A white woman war facie evidenc'O that it is being is Mill in lira''i u. I'vt.
be made in bonds! if theleuplents prima
SID cIU'1''inj( u baby \\'aKYoulllle.1 slightly. may 'Ihrnwoi Miiw nil the noted titles, the I
elosnc. combats and Ki'pt for sale "i' otherwise in violation,
A crowd of negroes( gathered at I so pursuits captures escapes tin. law c-iiuntiy ',iigion and, I the small. towns I ,
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Thuty-fifth street and South Wabashand through all of which is interwoven his grow I It will not be ieiiiirod" |' ; ,however, to of I'lante, ami bo says (bat country I
('O'IIIEI: : { urni.( : : ( II'11'.11t
I'r0 .
They W'l'e.li8I'l'I''d I ,
bundled IM hind the United
stoned street cars. old it will not be illegal, to is two years '
report" ;
HIIlOll after a few shots were fired,l T.XdlOI'T: DRINKS: ing love for the mountain lass. hll\ in Olll"'. possession liquor In u Studs t and i that without doubt the ..

- in the air.Negroes. I I 'piivnti- i.Iling while'" tinsame ,is ociijpud I 11. S. 'is the best Country 'in I the world!,

Washington.i tod July to:-V!he.-enacted Among this the Q[ Here is a story as interesting and absorb and,, used by I the t possessor( ashi I lonl.i' n the best stair in the union

110 measures cxper' I anil 1 1 Staike, the finest glare ill Florida.itosin .
: 'fry In Hrenk in Armor\. week the house. those 'piivale dwelling. and the liipioris
by are propo have read in time. It is .
long --
ing as : a I
Chicago, July :35.-I'olllWing an attempt ing repeal of the( war taxes on soft I any you i used for personal. consumption, by "
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i of a mob of negioes to break dunks. authoiizing increases in therumher our new serial and we want you to be oh the owner, his family or his guests. : ,

into an armory and! seize I'ille.Inyor. ; I the I I The possessor of such liquors' bowever. -
of officers as requested by "
the for the first installment. You will ( 'II.Iy Lake, August I I.--\h': Law-
Thompson tonight wired (;ov. Lowdonrequesting war department and proposing! investigation lookout 1 boars. the 'burden of proof '
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ton IIrintIn.1 Joe, of near
son
Inn that four regiments of Unit the liquoi was acquired| and, m '
of Mexican alTairs by a hoti o miss if don't read it. Snxliin visite-tl, 1 this section !Friday
militia be rushed. here to quell the committee. a big treat you possessed, lawfully in i

100 rioting. five deaths tonight broughtthe I Intoxicating lupiois is defined as ube tad Satunl.iy. 'j l I
I :Misses. Aliceand Ilva: Stephens
number of dead to seven The \fter vi'rage nntaining, more than onubalf -
Washington July 28 nearlv
: wen the gal."ts .of Misses I i Ullth ulld
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of alcohol
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rioting is. continuing, negroes and two hours' debate while the t'm"1'1I-1 per tent .
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IIIHIMI..* boat velurlt I ... ether LillnMi SundiiyMi .
whites firing pistols and rifles chamber hovermgf Any nr
I tare in the was
I II : '. .1. L Undiihill and family also J
throughout the district Hospitals around the 100 mark the house today plm( where liquor' is lulls nfact arout" or
filled with the wounded which the I !i iI' C.KI' 'HH// KMIIUIIS: 1(11)1'Ffllt : Ills l' at the Suite 1 Fllir. ,sold is dei'I.Ileil. a mil ilinre. :Miss dlaeljs Olve-r were visitors' ty tho
are 'voted to 1 the 10 cent tax on '
repeal per farmer 1 Inline tif N,. 1\1. :Mi'Kao.I : .
police tonight estimate at :JOO.! ) soda water and ice i srvru! ; ,\:Nl'lll'N"f' FIRS I am 1 booing very can No person shall manufacture! noil" ,:
I' cream and am finding out what he has to cx- 'I'he plaut N. :M. :McKao's: Huturtlav -
of four regiments house also without ' I barter give away, transport import
The militiamen The passed r< cord '
hihit, the "f flu m produce, night' was very much enjoyed 'by
Ian \ wore ordered mobilised and gatheredarmories vote the bill for reduction of wartax It is the. desire of all )jnteresti in in way .x pOI t, deliver fuinish or leieive. any
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hither it be .potatoes. cane, torn, those pie'sentMisses. .
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lnuorsI.Kpior
at the awaiting orders from on fruit juices, as urged, by Western the upbuilding of liiaHfurd" county, intoxicating |
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Sadie and (Ola wire
canned goods, moat, or any Ilryant : )
V'', Gov. Lowden. producers. Members said l the that ,its l exhibits. at the State Fair to syrup for nunb0vernge purposesand
other article, which they think is especially the-, guests' of Miss (base Sund.iyMisses .
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for lameiital be
tax, fixed at two cents a gallon, was bo held in Jacksonville Florida( November " wine use may
'50 following the attack by the negroes good: and am seeming the : llvitHryant: and, Louise
107no thSouth a flat reduction from tw'nt-ei; ht J:!nd to .i'Jth: 1'tl'J! shall bu sold under specified, I emulations.Denatured
on the armory on :Mi. Kaealso Mr: I Frank Bryant and, '
, estimated All amendmentswere the greatest in the history of the promise of call tumid to savefor '' alcohol, medical preparations -
cents,
Side which four men were killedan Arthur :\11'1:11": of Miss: .
guests
in were
whatit ,
nn certain articles and stating ( including, medicines)
which count The CommiHsionei-i nn patent,
rejected l from the bill upplies } County '
,1'1 ten wounded five hundred policemen Alito 'I boi'n,tun Sunday.Mr .
to non-alcohol beverages, including have appropriated the sum of $;jIlIl.UII+ ) is. If any farmer in any portionof unfit for hi'voragt' purposes, toile articles -
were rushed to the scene with orders : "Frank Ilryant teturned home
for the of this the county has anything good flavoring extracts und vinegarare
and putting on
to shoot to kill. loganberry, grape apple juice. purpose from" kaifnid 'IliursdiiyVOUIIIISMON .
1111 _. whnh he desires" to exhibit or which exempted.\
- -- -.--- exhibit, and nave authorized the undersigned . -
4)aan B1t.11JFOfil'OfNTY:.; HOP.S rK.\NC1S:.; .\. MOORE to see that it is put on. In should. bo exhibited I shall appreciate. Registered phynicians; are authorized \ : !SPRINGS:;
I It if he will Mi-nd me his name and to issue P"ell'rlltonll" under strict

,, !FELL FOR UEOKI TRICE Funeral services of Francis A. order, for the exhibit to be the best i, ud.lreHS and state what he has, and I regulations for the use of liquor| in
ever, and for the county to be In the VVorthington, August 1.-\II'.rs: J.
:Moore aged 47 years, who died l at I I; will in some way get it to tho State casos where it may be considered, necessary -
no4M running when the premiums are handed K.: Williams 'and 1 I K :\1. Hewitt made
County Agent O.V.. Caswell was his rl'"lllenre.illi Spearing street Fair, even if he does not desire it sent an inodicirie.
In the western part of the county Friday morning, were held yesterday out it is necessary that each Indi- to the County Fair but I would preferit Liquor' advertisements nt all kindsare a 1 business trip to Lake Butler Friday

nearly all of last week vaccinating afternoon from Burns A Campbell's vidual citizen of the county woe to it first bo exhibited at the County prohibited.Sale meirning
that the exhibit large and :Mrs It. L Rogers, of 1'rovidcnco< ,
k hogs. He reports rains have damaged funeral home and were largely attended is at as : Fair. YOU will understand. that I do man u f < ture or distribution,, of
good as possible All citizens having was visiting friends (ami I relatives alatter
1'6 crops in that part of the county very by the Woodmen of the World not ask for just the things mentionedbut liquor is prohibited together with

much, but in spite of this 'he finds and Improved l Order of Red :Men. I'.evW : exhibits of any kind should prepare to any article of farm produce and sale or (publication of recipes, for homemanufacture part of the we-ek.
send them to the State Fair and all .1. :M. 1 ICogcrs and. Charlie Boston
many farmers who have more feed A Hnbson, D. C., pastor of the also that what you may .send will betaken _
'1"10 crops than they have hogs and are First Baptist church conducted the farmers should now determine what care of and will he sold when Use ;fl liquor; as a beverage. on .any I made a business. trip te> Providence,

anxious to buy more to turn into their .eM'il'ps.. The pallbearers were: It.I. they can exhibit, and nave the very the State Fair is! over and the pro- public conveyance, tram, boat or jit last. relay afternoon ,
best of what they have in the way of Joseph, and Ha Williams, :Mr. and 1
fields. : :McCully. K D. folson. Percy L. cot.ds delivered to you, or the article nay bus is prohibited.
:Mrs T II FMwards: and J. W Canova
farm produce and sec that It gets to ,
:Mr. Caswell think the farmers do 1\1. Jerry fulmanc. Henry A. the will ho returned to you liroad powers are given under the the Tuesday
Fair were visitors to county scat: -
not appreciate the volume of money W H. Hunnicutt. Interment If you good: people will get together eearch: and seizure section to oll'icer( .

that will come to them when they In the family lot in Went Evergreen The Bradford County Fair to behold : and co-operate with mo and with charged with enforcement of the law.They :Mrs. Williams and Samuel
\\ilcy
10t0 sell their hogs. cemetery At the grave Pnl- at Lake Butler November 11, iaih other wo can put Bradford county may enter a dwelling house in itrookerTuesday.

As an illustration of the value of motto Camp No :1, \1:. O. W, conducted to. 1", both inclusive, will be the great- at the very head of the premium which liquor!, is sold and seize it, together Kelly werevisitors. around

the hog crop he refers to the sale the .prvicf'M.-Time".Union. i .t in the history of the county if theobject inning counties with implements of manufac
Quito a crowd of young people tllIJOYI'.j -
made by :Mr. J" S. Howard, of Dukes. :Mr :Moore was born near Starke of the management! can be carried Yours for a great County and State ture..
nightat
chicken Friday
last week. :Mr\ Howard sold his entire and resided here for many years, was out, and it seems that it will bo I Fair. Seizures of all crafts or vehicles used the a home of K pilau:M Hewitt's in honor -

"M herd of hogs except !50' head of breeding well known and Bradford county I suggest that the people of Bradford F. :M. RIVERS in the transportation of liquor lit of their Raymond\

stock. The sale consisted of 100) friends of the family will sympathizewith county who desire" to send exhibits to 1 Lake Butler, "'Ia. authorized. :Mrs It. W.1 son I.' ?.. arid daughter,

Sow head of hogs and 125 acres of peanutsin them in their loss. His wife, before the State Fair will get up their exhibits --. ------ Enforcement of the wartime) act and SUII lIlY with Mr Williams .
Anniespent <
)0It the field. The price paid was her marriage was :Miss Donie and send them to me in timeto f i "Extravagance rots character train the constitutional amendment is provided and farnilvor .

JtioOO.OO. Underhill, a resident of this county. be exhibited! at the County Fair youth away from it. On the other for in the measure and in practically .- -

:Mr. Caswell says this is no small During the Spanish-American war and I will then transfer them from I hand the habit of saving(' money, the name manner. 1 one month to livo year in prison.

income from a farm in a bad season, :Mr. :Moore was sergeant in Co..1:\ this point to Jacksonville. This will while it stiffens the will also brightens 1'or first olfeniu violators the maximum F.nforeemcnt: both of the wartime .

especially when we consided the fact (Bradford County Guards). He is save you time and trouble and will the energies If you would be fine is $1,000 or nix month Im- act and the amendment i Is reposed In

that one hundred head of these animals survived by his wife and one daughter I !give the county\ a great Fair and will I sure that you are beginning!! right prisonment and for subsequent ofTi'n- the internal revenue bureau' and the

are sucking pigs. Miss: Thelma. make it more easy to put on the exErx begin to save."-Theodore Rosevelt. 'sea, fines range from |.!00 to t-,000 department of justice.

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I hey expect to make their future -, ,
m U'auchula.

Miss Inez Aber.athy, of Br' "r.t '

c I spent pan of the past week WJ;;.T '.'" i '.
,. D cousin Rosa Surrency.' Hand in Hand
9 I ROSA Sjrrency\ spent FriiU.: i'

,...., .. Crocker guest of her cousin, In.. .: I
I h .,......... I(t Abernathy. I'
,... Dr. and Mrs W. II. demons, E1'] '! there d
'" I and Alvin Clemons and Roy Godwr One of the main reasons why ;

N 'I I started l on their journey to Key Wi1 -: has been such a marked: improvement in the

I 1 Thursday afternoon. wholesomeness and healthfulness in food prod-

I., Ay I Mr 0, Pinholiter, Jr. wa n ucts the last ten years has been on account of
11 Pine Hill section Saturday afterr,< .
s.r. the between food officialsand ,
( pure
,' 1 :\Ir. A. B. co-operation
Surrency wan" attend g
science leathers. These two elements
domestic -
.__ '', busmenin! Brooker Thursday art'
_ I :: been toward
I II I Saturday have working a common

.Io.eph Surrency accompanied hv: end-our protection against: unscrupulous manufacturers -

Id r I 1 II, f'. Edward, went over to Vaml-r, : who have not based their claims: to
I / '' / iN I I //HIPIIII I 1 hilt Saturday: afternoon. That .'T1'J.t i
but rather
d I be the center of attraction over there.Mrs. business on the quality, on cheapness

: iq II 1 , uiliII811 1 JlIIIIIIIIUu Il ,, ? ,, I E. H Clemons and children rfBrooker. s and who, in their endeavor to market their

i II wlre'illtinll! :' at Mr art 1 products on price or < mantit: > have otten resortedto '
i Mrs. J. E demons! Wednesday of hulesome
iii .' substitution and to the use urm
Illl lll i Joseph Surrency was in Worthiratin -
i "' Ii | Saturday morning/ material.: Though progress has been made, vet
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; 1 :Mr, and! Mrs, V, D, John-ton act I much. remains to be done: :

i little son. Lonnie and Hubert Rouwtre -.. *-? IM,

ri'III% ; / : Itpp tottfntn. tin i,' afternoon visitors to Brooker Thu' r-Jr..! : 'Mr.: Marry L. EsktPood: Cmmi"i(i


. j <(.uv Plnholater was the guest "f ',, Ba sioner: at, t Tennessee I has been .:.l..y active: in his

\" j I Hvd.- Ward Sunday : erfortto; ' : \f'i I U
,. fiHIiIIIIllHiII II i A. B Surrency attended church a* his, State: : [In the \ew Yor'' Journal of Commerce -
: I I'J i II ' 1 the Free Will Baptist! church atRrooker ..
r rjl ( Sunday he! hIS the following to say about so-

Ny: I I It.t iy + /i % I , T.ooY. wit Aaeq rids I I Arthur Edwards morning.was the guest: ofVora I cal'ed' Serf': Rising Flour, which is used in certain Eo.

{ and halt-Doml : sections
tin/tnmi* Surrency Sunday afternoon:> :
SSJ/r / 1 ,ii rfor,-. <*-fAar c/a*.y.prattteat .
( I 'I pamntl cry.tat Mr Lester Pinholster made a hurt -'-
iii' el. humtdar vgittitfonf .
-s to Starke ,
trip ThursdayVillip
fll( *ena.hn.r fop Hat "I I would not tolerate flour products like
A..o. f A. rofraeea irt coca \ :Mae\ and Cantoe Oliver wtr I
' /'J/ i perfect condition. I of the 'self-rising flour'sold in 1J\l"
:unday afternoon !guests of Iris Godwin. I some : a : \ part

... . a'pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince of the South, the (:concomitants of whicii .are .

!> 'j ',k, PUT if you're on the trail of smoke peace I For P. A will Mr Lester Pinholster was transacting I alike unknown and not to be ascertained: b\ the

' f' t > ? sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your afternoon.business in Brooker Saturday; consumer and who purity in the /matter of ;

1'/'/ \ ar life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you -_.-.-- phosphate is open" to serious ijuestiou as a deceptive ...

q could get away with every twenty-four hours I THE I'KICE OF TITS( TIRE: .V agency.: q

'I'1, You can "carryon" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. BIG Jl'Ml": *

:I i You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the When the need of improvement of '

4II I boys think of the old front line in France I Hou( ..wivcs and mothers will do certain food products is pointed out so definitely

: + i P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality 1 And, well tucked' to have the a look.. at the moth balls and at the same t'inc: .: Is backed up'by thousands
in pockets of the fold< of
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I ; q i4lt let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our exclu-41 their men's fall and winter suits, fort of domestic/ science teachers:: throughout the t

sive patented process that cuts out bite and parch-assurance < v"< >' suit purchased beginning next country, it is quite natural that American/ hojicwives .

G i that you can hit smoke-record-high-spots seven days out of fall, 'is to cost from 23: to 40 per cent will gradually became schooled in the

every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I Ir moro the than coming formerly advance Announcementof proper selection of{ food products, and at the "!
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same/ time demand of all food
week by representatives of many leading : proper labeling
r R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wiruton-Salem, N. C. clothiers, including the American products.
I Clothing Manufacturers' AM"Atl"n.o.ationul ; .
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: : Manufacturers' Association,
; I ('I I..\ Y Illl.I Mr. I.II"Y H""lIo"I.f ::0.\\: HIM r, \ 1 ,ltlllll hip daughter, Mrs. C. II. :New.: :National: Association of Clothiers, ''j" ,'-, r'D ""
I>iii" -d l through here Sunday nrouti - ("ay Hill, August I IMr: II I IL! t ti, i.raharnMr I', M. Now some was a business visitor ('0, A ready-made suit which last
Hudson' made busmytis trip to Ja<'kvonville : Kelly was a visitor to Graham to \\'orthinltltm'e
during; the oust week Sunday. I.ittle Corrine Edwards: la still on ,\ $30:; suit will cost Sfi2.,0:; Only a 1l 1", I XOTE-.Miss Costello u already iced known {> most of the ladies of
I Mrs. W. A. Starling: was among the .1. H. Jones, of Hampton, was a visitor the? sick list. to 20( per cent increase for clothe- our crfv. She a of ttonwsttc e.elk.e:1rfJ1l h of the I;H/HTM/V' of
I visitors o Sartre SitU rdllY. here 'Ihumdny.Mr Mr John C'lemonn, of the !fine 11111 costing from $. !'ilute. iwfrrii'w' of [JomestuScifnce

b 4 Hev. Sellars) of :'>Marietta preached : and Mrx. U. HurrnwH, and children section, was in our vicinity' Friday Shortage: of cloth and the larg'K Special tn Public!Lecturer Schools.to Special the IVorien Lecturer Clubs on Domestic Arts and Economy; ,

nturduy lice and Willie Clyde, miltored i! morninl increased co.t of labor were given a.
. night arid Sunday/ at the f'luv over to our town Sunday \Vh.ile here --- --. - -- reasons for the coming price iner'a'l" n'e are pitblini: >m a woes, of hr most ,important article

1 /) Hill school house end good attendances they were the guests of Mr.I und Mr*. GItl:1N-.tNlIEit,; ;: : : :;(1N by all the authorities! There is i ,m

i, A lit .both. tim"- livorybody: liki-s W II. Sloan. : cpecialhostage of wool, it wad<,-
I to hear him. Misses Allie and Heithn. Sloan re- : Lake Butler! July 2").-The Baptist! cluu'd and, 1 that of itself would cat-,.
. turmsd: to their home Sunday after I' an adviirin, s"th", of
R Mr Lori Mosli > was u visitor i to church of this place was the scene ofa co-t c-I..tt./I'll_ /
N + JJ Iighl ind Saturday morning, pjwnilinif" the summer in Jeorjfia. I pretty! wedding last Sunday at :a :::10 ---- --e---
Miss< darn I'riHifitt of .J lit.kson Mr A, K, Smith was a business vi- afternoon, when Miss Hertu. daughter Colds Cause Grip and Influenza 1 I.urmtnof i i >i"rth and \\ "-t II!. "i KUIhavi / ::0.:0"orm": In a Healthy Child!
itor to Sturki une day last week.. "' reali/ed t g-,.'"I l re'un fr''m! >I"> Ml children trouM-il with worms have an unhealthy
of Mr and Mrs K H. Green LAXATIVE PROMO:
ville ,arrived, Sundav morning( to was QL'iMNETableta remove the whieli ,milicatcH blow), and
t I I color poor a' a
tI Mr :Neal/ Dautfhtery: of tlellamy; There It watermelon an "irding t oo |lidtt i,-- .
Upend few day with, relatives und I married to Mr. \Vnllio Anderson, of eaav only one UroraoC. Quinine" crop- rule,there ts mare or Ics atumneh dlnturhau
I, a was a visitor' here Sunday Kinifsland. ia.; :. W. GROVE'S 8lgnatue ca box. 30c. 'a-t Agent; :h. W Hiatt. \\'hm, :tin GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC given reaular,,
friends. 1'vr'l".t."ly; is glad 1 to sec Myrars. ll Kun Smith, Turnp-t: Me- ---- --- - rr wa- .nl y fair tin pru < ,n utw, <1 for two or three welts will entn.li the blmxl. in
up I
1 her in this lonunurnty again, I I Just as tne bri'ial party arrived t prove the digestion\ and art as a Gen'raIStreoall I Ieolog t..,
I I Knney and Kay Goodgi': motored over LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES fen, the better thai. u-jal' Tonic the. Nature will the",
Mrs iro i C: Wntkms und thiMrep ;Mrs\ G.i I), I'utrcloth Jr., sanK sweetly c"'p' were to' wh'lenysiem' i
to Carltnn: 11'uf.h Salur.lay. They report and, the returns throw ox or< <>ptltheworm,, and the Child wI!! ria >
wen good.
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Ien! Maude und John, were visitors \ time. 0) Perfect rave" accompanied by I perfect beblth. Pleasant ta take. tile per bottle)
jolly good<
1I in Lnwtey Saturday ufternoon. a ;Miss :Mildren. Roberts StriLklund. usorKaniHtH. OFF ----
;Mr J. !Piiucfhtery, of Graham, attended "
:'Messrs II. S. und ''. H. Starling church here Sunday. Then IIH the soft .strains IE. 0. PAINTER FKUTIUZEIt{ COMPANY
veto visiting friends in Starke Su' Mondulshon's:\ wedding. march pealed !
1 ;Mr. and :Mrs. A, II !Ilavis and son,
tirdny arid was lu-tompanied. I by :Mr. C. Frank, returned to their home Sunday I forth the little flower girls (entered Doesn't hurt! Lift any com or Jacksonville, Florida

r J I" \Vilkms of Highland lifter spending/ a few days here with dressed n white with pink Hushes und callus off with fingers Fertilizers, Insecticides, Sprayers, )Poultry Supplies i
Mus Mauiliilkms i is on the wick hair ribbon, carrying pinK boquetsfilled .
1 I list) at this! writing Hope to.. nee herin their daughter.Mr with rose petals ITht.y | i/ 4 For thirty yean we have been manufacturing. fertilizers in this State-owe:! have satisfied cur j
: and Mrs I Alex Uiley and chi!- eI tomes in every county in Florida
'. the, sunshine in n few davs.Mr were followed by> the maid of yr J
Jacksonville ilien passed' thrutfh: here Monday en- ( III Write For Intent Price I int. 1'rice..lw.ya ia
J. A, Stiulinl of honor und bride who were met at the disc with Clu.Uo; 't'tff
arrived Saturday night to spend route to their home in fourtenay I-la. altar by the groom attended by :Mr
mid ;Mrs J. J. Hyrd of Tampa, win here!
few days with hw parents Mr
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jI ) : furl Merman as best man, where the I It
:\ the guest of ;MrsV.. /II.
., Mrs. S J. Starling and family.Mr. Monday nuptials rites were performed by Rev. I
(: ; W. II. \V, (arter returned homo ,, Sloan.' Armstrong! in his own impressiveway. !
.t Saturday night after spending. a week Quite u crowd enjoyed a fish here I ? Q comQda omen

'I in JatkmmvilU' with relativeMr. -,. last Thursday The bride was very pretty. : in her ,
'i" I I Klishu: l I'tescott and sisters ;Mrs. U. F! Bridges! ) and children dress of white silk with Accessories to ll 0Don't 1' b ( !' ;, #-4.6Tr
I'" ;Musses Sinnie, and Jennie' of near me viHtinK her mater, Mrs I '. K. I match. s
: Muxville, attended church here! Sun- Smith. t t n
i r The maid of honor Mus I i Onme r r
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li'I day. Scarborough, wore pink georgette I
Ml I r. ('nrl'lI' Stalling was the guest I UK.Mil'OKI ) crepe with accessories to match I

'P t of Miss Alue l're"i-ott Sunday. --- !' Little :Misses Blanch KeviN. and
'I. ;Mr. Uith.ird t'ul"t..r11" visiting in I liriidford. august 1 1.-\ II. Sur O/ena Greene wore the flower! girls I
t' f this section Saturday night and.I Sun rency and won. Joe, of Pine Hill pasi- Theo Edwards: and I'lmerdkms I
: t li, clay.s I p.1 through here Triday. evening!: en- were the ushers. !

:t' Misses I M.iyine and I'earl Padgett I route to U'otthintfti'n.f The bride is a well known teacher

,1If-ti 1; and Jennie_ .. and, Bestir Carter...... were ,: ... ', :M 1. Amlreu was ..in....,Gainesville_........ in Bradford county, having spent Y
guests Ol '"""" 14 hddh anti l.lliv- Sterling I riday on professnntsil "u.iniMulirv ''' several
it in the of ,
I I years cause! training I suffer! A tiny bottle of
Sunday :\ Hltrn.1I1'1114 in \VorthmRton1'rnliiv tai
mind
of the little folks. She is very Froezone costs but a few cents at
Mr. I.. W W.lkim'11". II business mornmtr I! accomplished and with her sweet disposition any }
drug store. Apply a few drops on the
Saturday morning. C. II :o.'ewHom1111: n visitor to the I I'
visitor to Highland will make Mr Anderson a corns calluses and "hard akin" on bottom f t ry illlIl' ;
;Mr 11. l II Curir C was visiting in this '| I'me //I ill section 1 I'riday. I I wonderful help-meet. of feet, then lift them off. (stla, .,
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section Ki'iduv evening i Mr Kd Crosby! of Itrookt-r, p.KMeil Anderson holds When
a responsible Freezone
:I removes corns from
Mfr R. 1.. and, |II i, Lang, ncrompun-1! hero Saturday enroute to Worthinirtnn I I !position as telegraph operator at the toes or calluses from the bottomof

:iod by )Ir. lAIn ;Mosley all visited I: Kintfsland (:iaThey i feet, the skin beneath Is left pink -
r ; Muxvillc Sniuluj evening I I IMixses Fred dozen was in \VnrthmiftonI'm
left mid showers of rice on and) healthy and never sore, tender or Women can be lure of receiving
.t Ilosa nnd Dora! Carter were I lay nfteinoon. i the 1:50: train for Jn'ksonville then to I irritated,-Adv. No. 285. {
J t the guests of Mrs. I.. W Wilkins Sunilny. I!, Kev.: Wonilard iinil family paused 'points.. farther north before going to I courteous attention in this
here enroute to I'rnoker: where he i iM I
their home. : LEMON JUICE IS 1 1 institution.
( !\I r. ieorge I'rei-ott was visiting in pastor of the i free Will Djpti-t The bride's traveling costume was i
this ne,'I inn Sundav.Messrs. church. FRECKLE REMOVER ,
I Ithe new shade of brown with accessories )
1 II[ S. and C. II. Starling C. II. :N'pwxom: was n visitor til.iookr > to match. We not only invite you to open
ey were greeting! friend' in this community :. Saturday. I :Many beautiful I "
und'
Sunday evening, Joseph Surrency, of I'mp Hill, 'pansed were received ax tokens. useful of the !gifts loveand Girls Make This Cheap Beauty 1// a personal account with us, but
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- throuirh: heie on hm way \\'orth'l i irnod, wishes for this young couple.Among Lotion to Clear and 'I t1I) we also will be glad to give you
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S.\ \JI' IIOO:; <(< II \ intrton Saturdiiv.
J 1' H. and C, W. Edwards wt'r'i" I'r' and Mrs.the out demons of town, cf guests Jacksonville were Whiten Your Skin. : the benefit of our advice and

Sampson ('It ty August I I.-Jev. D, '' it ors to Worthmirton Saturday ; :Mrs Ray Dtibose, of Worthinir- -- j experience in other business

C. Crews of :New: Itivei, Illled his regular :"dirnr l lII'rh..p'U" Worthinirton ton; Mr. and ;Mrs.\ C;. I n. Fairoloth. Jr., Squeeze the juice of vwo lemons into i '
appointment. here Sunday Saturday afternoon. of Jacksonville; Mr.; and Mrs. Joe a bottle containing three ounces 1' 4k matters.
Mrs. A. 1 ii[. Proetor, of Otrermun, C. \\'. and. Secher Edwards and Din- Greene: of Uaiford; ;Mr and :Mrs John of orchard white shake well, and vou
Ga., i is guest of relativ'and friends ter 1':vn, attended the bee (Cum rubbing demons and family of rocker; :Mr. have a quarter pint of the best freckle \Ve are never too busy to be t
Mrs I Graver Sweat, of Starke, isvUlting ut (O, W. nniry/s Friday; evening. and Mrsnderson of I.ane City, and and tan lotion nnd complexion pleasant.
sisterIrs.I .1. A. fUul-
her Miss Anderson of ;\['Clenn) beautifler at \'l'ry.'cry small cost. !
cron for a few diyx. .Setter iviirds: and mstcr. Ruby, -------e.- Your grocer has the lemons and .
r !Mr. Hogun Smith, of Cla.vno, vvus warp guests\ 'of friends, in r.acros PINK: : : III.I.! drug: store or toilet counter will sup-any $-$-$-$-$-* $-$-*-$-$-$---$---$ $-$---$-$- -
here Sat nrday and Sunda.v, guest "fMt Sunday. ply three ounces! of orchard white forA
brother Mr I Kerby Smith. :Mr.\ and Mrs. C. .\\". Edwards were fine Hill
August Great
I.-A. n Sur- few cents. :Massage this sw-cer.y: Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
Miss nile Sloan returned to her visitor to I.arrons Tuek'dnyrhr. rencv and son, JU"'Ih.I1ld... a business fragrant lotion into the face, neck
home Saturday after several! days' visit Russell of Hrooker, paused
In Iheressa with her cousin. MISHIlstcllo through here Tuemlay.Trubv day morning.trip Worthington Spring (Pn- arms and hands each day and see how Bradford County Bank
freckles and blemishes and
disappear
: Wonilnnl, Willis was Worthington Mt'*: J. :SI Dixon and children
aretiiMtg how clear soft and white the kin becomes ESTABLISHED 1889
Mr.I Oscar Wnsilm of Graham; was :Mond.iv with :Mr and :\Mr. \\i1l Ward,
in little whi1,. Yes! It i II
a u visitor to our town Sunday. t'1.. Andreu.. of .latksom'ille. ,is "f. IIr..nk..r.. fur 'ivr'rul day-, then harmless.-a Adv. ((97)) Starke, Fla




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I i snort ne suppn-ss,,i me timidity tcrlpp..d 1- I :MUMILL' UK: mr.MKK - -

1 though It him consisted and wrote.l of only a letter a few which line,, I .. rrH: ; '''y' -. -r--.7 )
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contained The Highbinder I IB :Ni Wtk. Jul .. ,. : 1 . ..
"Let's Elope" volumes' it read : w > :Mil. -- Still higher \ '.
r "Let's elope, Kth. I'm well fixed ITU-IS \vafoivciiiitod in a statimonissiitd : .., It.rttf ,... f"I : "'-! ,
now. It's the. ..... }.j. : '""Hi -.;' \
: only way to do It. tiulay by (tho tunnels'iimmil :4 .i' )
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Coma to Grand! linplds on the :5:13:; : : of tho farted Stales after n nu-itin \ '! .. ,

.1. I, train Thursday and ,,'11 do tint deed.) VICTOR REDCLIFFE here Ki'-ponsibiht.N: \vn pl.uod h\ vi t1i 't\\Y>w r t.a.rJ, = I Id'
1 I Let me know l hy telegram If you'll Fred A. VoKcl. pre".nlont of tinioun\ "1!

Br R. RAY BAKER00000000000040000x come" r i-il. at tlio door of the "good: alt iiilc :
t I The next: tiny! he hail all he could do tie all liked l.y lloiv Cluing aint of supply mill demand" =Not only is im ;: :..1
to remain at his father uttachod I II'I,, I
work In the olnce.! was pHrtlc'iilnrly to theni IIII' demuiiil for leather I
; :i )!" in :
Every time a messenger boy entered hi Ill. IIv wan so recently from Ills. Cl'lk'l' '
I I this country but Kudopoan: tint ii'liSare I '
Two persons and :::0.( ) miles came Charles' heart pounded. like a piledriver. native lund that his speech was obscure "iinxiuiis buyers! It11" suui.! ,? '1o K iss' \;

between Kthelyn! Knnmlell, \ and Charles I I Finally n I hitie-coated lad approached und Imperfect but he win bright There ,is only one to redvu-e 1'I'i.1 :!1'. ; III i['
Iljlstead. l the .desk and, Chnrles signed/ quick, eager to learn, and! every week 'I according the iv I
to statement and! that is I = =
The (persons were her father ami with n trembling Imml. Tim message In our .service saw him with a clearer to men-asp, transportation fncilituico I II r 1 ; % '.. EPT secret
his mother. The taflos(. were those that I was : understanding'' lint! mere and J more nocustonipil \: ; .

Intervened between Harbor !Spring' "I'll he there" :! : (to our wa)'". |I - -_. .- - .- .,.. :::. ,;. -. h and special! ,

S a northern !Michigan" town and, 'Grand. 1 So they were married} and took up I| We always kept, several servants but ( ; )\ IKNOI: : ) r.v'nMI.L: :: .. I. )

i i Rapids, the furniture manufacturing/ their abode In a hotel for n hon.iy- alien Ly liS" I! f.iiullarly' railed him, l.1''I''III.tI': :sr.Mi' : rxu.Mloxoitiur : : \ I :: / / and: personal for
: center <>f the wune xtiite.Chiirli'8 . moon of one week Charles could not wa given n position under our chauffeur :

hnil \nieil" fur the first, time I get away for n trip ninl a Ethelyn agreed mid, duly dniiicstlciitcd i In u t'uu mIn fir. ".' 'A you is
., In his lift1 and Kthcl.vn lunl Just passed (thnt they bud, belti-r, save II! ear money, the garagetIii' cook und hmiscninhl ( Sulnojk .1. Catts will l lecture ) 1

eighteen,, when hedecldi. ,) 'I l he lint boon anyhow. nlToi-ti'd. Brent Iroail of "the lienlben" ai the state: farm auditorium I /r:,: I I\ ( r
J .1111:1. lung ..nII 1IL:1o. She njfroeil to help I, Th'ypr., .. ('(considering/ \ dH'ehof who 'might lit 1111) timu .1"1" Idt' to\ murder Kaif.ml, on Saturday night,. August! i ...' \ \YRSGLEY5' : "ML l
sonipwhnt 1 all bods The mild 1. :!, ut !' nVIiK-U.I A l'CIIi 1all invitntion in ; v "1
him nut of his stun- of nnwerlilod) ,) n delimit letter. to their ,,, UN In our ,)'.
liapplneHs! vvhon he bnmchcil the "IIlI'j parents when then I'lIm, n knock at smiling ways of the new comer" soon extern! tu the public generally.' nh I. Oel L*<%.4'

ject In tier, a ml they stayed. up the door of their, r.". .'nn. ('hnrlt'.. -inswered dispelled I ,any stub fanciful forebodings Following the )rovonior's lecture ? .

niMiiiirht to dim-nss the plans) -Mini It and n holllmy iisherivt, In a however. He wns tin-loss as to the ,pi t 1011 I farm nnnistrol, will, !give nperfoi -light: : :
I theyi>uli.| have cniitlmicd' the ,illsons- Indy nil' gentleman. j i bin work, pleasant, ncL-omiiiodiillng. and inaiur. Those performers are ] t t tI
slim h....lloss, of I the fart (that thorowore The, nowl>'weds,l wero taken sbnck. in.at ns u pin at all (tlnii's. "'. hadivixoli becoming: fanmtis an ,cntctlament, ., and I r< J -

'things such as. (clockv Mini par. but flmrli-s niustiM-i-d' enouuh mirngo/ to cherish and, vnluo Ly. !Hut for t this" Kcia-mn spot-nil prcparatolis Y.

sons stu'h IK fntln-rs' ,, mill mothers', It to put his n nil niiiimd" his bride, resolved I for his vigilance. force nml elf-snerl, are )boiM): made to make (heir show 2 A seedy: that is "J 1
to stnml the Intruderslike lice, father mliht I hove uuw'r soon ; :'
they Inn! not hoard Mr. Itumtulcll stepant up to olio of the bestel t (fivoti by' them. i
f!, of boil on Hie Ilow'lIllOmill n mnn. j homo null,I family nirilii. In u lintel lire : worthy of: your H.
""'hnl'. the lie bud boon In flumes oni
.ii clour Ills throat" This hroUKht rhnrlesout m"iiiilnit\ of this? criedthe penned by L ( I A
"r his semi-trance ami'} he suddenly I yining /groom's mother' as "hp'I't' i I, the highest: floor. of. HIP, blii/.in. building MICKIE SAYS I: I ljsHrA! r WMurdI ,
:' ri-uilli-il,) thnt I the air outside.} was Into the\ rtin tn. "That's. what I \\'lIntto bud fallen choked und Inscnsl- J t

:.1 wonderfully InvtL'iirntliiK. / nod" thnt 111"limns know," growled! :Mr.' Kiimsdell: following t- bbIn a tortuously winding corridor, I r because cl I: tij
nooilcd,! Hnine" of It. her, n glare on his ,,>untu- I\' nod Ly, who was nn oMru watchman WONDER\ tAuY IS 151xA"'1 ,;: i
The next: morning/ St r. Itiimfidcllculled tin nee.t'.barles. of the caravansary, at the time, hit rl ) f'l'.l.l.tttI"O} WIND\ :! ISlJA1C lasting quality. r I
f
i tils daughter! Into MM slmly iui'1 spoke up In-lively. lifted him on his stout shoulders nod ) IZEGo'l.II.1I.. fV 0.Y. CAM. 'LL L.eT utSDADE0.
I took the, negntlvi and. winning side, of "It means we're married that', I had brought him to safety at I the ,oust. I RUN CLEAR. DOWN "VtsI \' ;'
the depute : "Kesolveil Thnt a young \\ hat. Will you congratulate) } us?" I of numerous' burns on face niu! biuuls.Ut1 I STOP VJWSM UE OKILS. NAG1A'MINK 1'Ilii' !

Inily.,! Just pn.t eighteen: ought to h-ip The scowl I left Mr. Kmnsiloll'H face nil stared. when, n fox dais later \" OVT WUN'3'fEAQ..") I M Three flavors to t tI :
Into I1Il1tl"II11I1l'l1h the only young and) n smile\ took I Its I i'lit('C. fat her returned\ homo nocfiiiiptiiilod, bytlio yMJONIOEVO .

than she has over known, especially "".1'11. young mnn you Imven't a uucoaih 1.)'. "'t! acre nrnuv,'d to vurled I suit' all tastes. 1 i1
when In- bus no flniinclnl} prospectswhatever. thing on us. "' 'I"I' married ourselves eiinxliiiis "h11l'1! horned/ ( of the
." -your mother" nnd I." great deed. which had, saved, to us n I Be SURE to .get

Etlielyn nrpied,1 In'Rln that IInpv..r > (.hnrl.... null his hrlilp stood spaechless kind' nod! Indulgent, ,parent. .

malt pure for any young mini dazed by the news. Ly never\ referred' to Ids homo und
but Charles, and she pleaded' tearfully ""'hy er whnt how's, that" friends In bis, native land, If he hail, WR5G5LEY5Sealed: j jI

ami) Ht some length, hut her fntlu-r' Charles finally stnmiiiM-ed.' "I thought I tin); He would solemnly ,detail his I
mild! he u-os looking out only fir herwelfnre you dl dn't like ouch other because of luiriJ oxperloiu'os In seeking work uf-
when' he forbade her goln: : Kthelyn: and 111..." tar ho had, landed" In this foiintry. It i3
nhont \\llli ('hurled any longer, :Mr.t Itnmsdell I Iniiirhi-d heartily und sr.'mr'd'lull-'| .. strange" (that In no uisn Tight
Aliont tinHIIIIII' lime :\Jr.... /Iliilstondnns his wife jiilned.' him. did, tin-so, rocllals, .h..lIhlll bo had I
/ having n slmllnr Interview' with "It's very sltnplo". he explained."Yon sought nld, or oiiiiipiinl! mshlp; frotii I Kept Right fI./.'

her son In the house welt iloor, ; for see. I know I Initnnn 1 ,nature, , midI th,. ...> of Ids own riic-o." Ho IICMT vent 11, .. f (?Yc
i
the, J lln'sti I 'I ads I mill.! Kutnwlelli wereneighbors. fixed it up with your mother to luivo, nvay from t the place" lifter ruining; w lib g, I It iI
I When Klhol.vn: ) was a chili) you and lltholyn: get IlIlIrM..,.. I know "". and ho bud fKi-d, up thiCIMIIJO: \\ -- .y I The V
her mother' had died,., nml, :Mr. llul- you wouldn't do It If we urged! It room, nssluiieil ,In him In unliiu| > :mdelaboriite fn +n 11 UM :
strut, lint' ilepnrtiMl' from thin onrth and wns confident. '. .would .do It If fiisblon. Hit by bit I..\ in'cinaiiliilod 2r r, QISt'WuaR I r I,. ,I'

'before his son had mustered. n voonhul wp nlilectpil.. It 'V. tin tural I for young/ oild, .shaiod|, shells., ITCH Ui,rjr, link I I I'I'I: .. d',
l ry of lifteeii u'I r4',) Kthelyn: I and. folks" ,to be that wiix. stale' miniature ChlncHU gods bolls, 1 r a ',sew I i ;
Charles' hnil guar to school together, "I'.osliVs.1" weMintiil, to glvp yournffectlon 1 c.vinbals and drnprrira, and everyI ANn AM/l/ Rp1F I --. + t. (F I '
when they were In I the lower grates( for ench, other n test. Ii-ven| i morning ho biirueil' fuss' sticks 1'f"I'II, I I u f s r I I frs
as will no In high) si-hnnl. and he had, went co far as to Intercept, several of n shill ciirtalin-d. shilne.So 1--I s ," 1

been Kniduntod( duly one year nluwdof the letters you "rote to Kihelyn, In far as Ly was concerned affairs, '.'
her. order! to make your love the. ,stronger' seemed" to 1110"n" Mlllllol hl)', tad In n .
Chnrles had) not i made a onnlldiint, It11.. n mean thing to do, but all'H fow' weeks\ bo bad become u settled,J j
of his mother In the matter of his fair' In |OM> and wnr. and, -well. Is feature of HIP doinoslte i-conomy.' I bWm1DCl0N0DIiiUICmWClNtptDOlt1)mOkutliOtfCICICECfCJC1tUCil

love uffiilr" but, she! had) kept nn rye on there nn\hojs who could 1 1 conceive' of was quite curious for n spell of about Want1RECOMMENDED
him and Intuition coiipleil with his this l bclne. wnr?" n week when Ly's service seemed, to .

long nl>"'nee from home on thut Im HP reached, Into n grlpt "It'h h. cirrled .Iihl' considerable demand by my father. ----- -- - , ( ( ( ) ) )) ) )( ; ) iQt\ W WU1WGtCfC1) W ai C1L) 7 Wm01 0)R) >Q
portent night toM, her that the climax \ ) and extracted n park of letters, . They were tofollmr.: shut In I lie 11-
bound with a rubber hnnd."Here's ,, If : ) I1Y UNCLE JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
hail been renilieil."What henry, ns In secret consultation.Paring '
can you know about love?" some letters that belong to the !same' period,I I knew' that SAM FOR TIIK: :MALARIA
:
she d'IOIIII.h'011'1'! '' too YOUIII(. I you Kthelyn.: he said, bunding themto my father, wus greatly troubled' nbout I LINCOLN ii IfLLIY, : 1'h.ll.. Litt.lt.. M.l.. 1 resident
know you are of age/ tint ought to be her. "I only stopped them ; I didn't! his business.. Mv mother called. me to Quinine One of the Three Ingredient Di-l. inil. l-'luriil.i. +
capable! of judging for yourself, but rend them., There's only one I did her one 'day with Il0:1'11/ V\!, anxiousface. of the Famous !Malaria Medicine l
SIM: 11/ NOW FOltT.I.Of., ( ;
Just the name }'III .going to Interferefor r..a.nn..} that was the, special deliveryIn Or. Williams No. 101 Tonic t
your own Mike. which you were Invited I I to firnndItnpldi "Colin" she sold. JJI have something I lilt: I.It VIH'.V' IK: hhl'lltrxlNT-Purr.s:O of Mats of A... and SrUner.

The young people' knew very well\ to your own wedding."' Tillwrp serious to, toll )...tI." Tho United Stutc Public Health} INK ( fill H.K: OK I IIIMIAI.. ARTS Hilt MKN: -Twrnlr ..n. ,01.100..1. In an.II" .
that they' could nut )give each other iiway when, It cnme. ,so I signed "It Is iiKniit fin her?" I Imiulrod! wltliiMiilllvc Service recommends 'I 1 Illh; fll.1 I II.K; UK I lilt III.. ''If'4 Folt' \l.IIMt"mon: itmn. .....nU dr- ,.
I at Washington '
) . '
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especially ,since their affection for It. steamed! opi-n, the envelope, digested drum.!. II" mil" .
up. quinine for malaria to which every "I I 1111 I H.r 'w I.IW-Lnntunln prnrtln In Flnriil. wllhnul ...omlnnl.un.I .
seemed to Increase' VXl per, cent after I Its coiitints. 1 then, senled It up "Yes., dear." Ills bislno Is In a reputable phjsicmn agrees. This in. I I till < III 1'11.1'I I ; or. I SI.IM HUM. .I ".".. ", rnicliiri-rlnil ,.."11",, lo drgrem. )
they were furbliMen+ each olln-r'H .<1)I I ngaln. Then I oI'ltI..l It ,wouH fmnice position+ whore the lack of ready, capital one of the ingredients. in the popular I'' I r fill tI.1 Milt li.{: VI lit 11> -I...|,.H.llr tar rlnrtiU. ..-..h... jI +
clety. So!' they! met, surreptitiously I to hnx-e n double wedding, and I limy lead to dlsiistor. If It so culniitiali malaria medicine, Dr. Williams No. I Ill I III H.K: OF lirslNKHH! -llnnltlnc. lloohkxplnr. Hhorlli.n.l, Trp...rttln..

when opportunity\, offered" nnd when Charles' mother, nereod We rime on s your mnrrlagt) with Ih; "rnld, lull' Tonic, which i i" proscribed by i 1,1 II'' ''lit" \1.t\I"-I'" ". l"r.1I huh. .r.ili-. ...11..... I II
these opportunities did tai. eotne ufflclcntl.v the, same train with you, but kept. out j jof must, be postponed' until WP have roll , .
quite) n number of prominent phyHi- I III'I si Hoot Or MH II t\II' Alt'Ii.-1'or| (k.,. and| IIUIII mrn.Ml I ,
.' freipient' of lh'-lr own '"" '"r.1 sight| In the next" cmich., Will you t "loved ourselves financially." rums thiuuKhnut I the malarial belt. t si Hiiol op Ml.HM.-I'lmiii. pipe' orinn. violin. ...t.! .. h.rmiinjr, chuni work. 1 '

tin.> \\ ''ii. .' ,IK,, ,iinit.iotuii,. " C'linrles his tlIIIII.OIllJ Into Ids old silf.' ? It I t NIK si haul OK HM. : .vinsI -
listing was A
Rut wii* Chess. up it with their patient. than if they
Blind
How the Play this Ill I I II" I'ri-lliniiiHrr riiitmi> In Avrli-iilturv, -I ll.>t,...,. I IAug, ,. Drunnlp, old liniriisnltf .i
he realized It. lie had no not until long after that I Um>wwhy.
profession blind, H proscribed) s'rniKht ; Dr. Williams
quinine
with /
I
A chess r game n man I ( .hrmalrr, iiiinlllutlvr. and. .|iumttMlt on..I." i Agricultural Chi-mUlry., Mln-
huslncsM. nnd'! If lie wits to It was, then thnt a 111).1."r,
no chess NIL 101 1 Tonic mil! ontaina
I exactly: the mini ns n mime t I only i I 1 rnlnnrtfiviiliiir.' etc.
1 marry he, must flml n'n to "nrn with tiny one ..1....,. There are somt'x1..nl rounding, I Ly caino to. IlL-lit. lie had quinine| which, kills the, I11n! rlnllrmdl'IIKist ll I : rhi I'ri'-MtfllrHl <<<.nilr.i>-I.h'.I"I...'. Illol.H7.nnliimr.. h..'.rl..,...,. Illiilruloffr. \
cnreer np at tenet obtain n Job thntwould \ chess players among the I tb-il from his md lye hind u-ltb .|I-MI-I.I | can supply ou.523lt.. Ad 'i /iMtli."y. Ilitlnny. f.n.r.1; k.mldryI Organic t htmlntrf, jilnlltAllva uAAtn, .n-
prmldo for two. I'url.rm"rp.I}, I Io1ln,). The hoard! has n round, hole In I that bad boon In Ills fiiiuily fm nUnit's. -- -- 1I1..h. ( hcmlnlrr "h .I.*. LII' > ,
he felt a hninoil that his mother should I the middle!, of ench, "rimre| and ench A member of another tirnm' h 1i < ourxf..r lUlliiloui Work.r In lllhllt.l Uur.lar.. Illitorr. KnulUh: Par. :kIt 'tr
continue supporting him' out of the piece hns n peg mi Ihe bottom which uf the family had soiiuht to rot> li nLy I 9l-Sr- ihnl"ui. ,-.......IfY. .hleo. I.nYb.nd. lhelem, j Itf j ItH 1

comfnrtnMe, but not Inexhaustible !sum sets In one of these hnl..... This keeps ins ...1111..1tllnl\ Ibis nun' 'I I r
his father had! left. her the pieces In place' so tint they are Chin, would follow him tu tin- ii. i I. >i OC.lJQWJaJC7CJCCmmmGlIUJlCmCJfllXllaC'IGU.IIJI'lfllW'mc.I') < ) ,( < : ) ,( ) ;) ) ) ; ( > '1CII ,11)1"1'11 ,mClfUCIIJWmCIClmmCCllii:: ) J JI
,
i At last he decided! } to lenve his not enslly, disturbed, by n groping the world tu despoil hint ''ln, '
In was a nit inher. of HIP highblrnb-
home town and -vk his fortune n hand. The white set of .I."n..nI'h
}larger city. To hK. surprise' his mother the huh. ) brancbos In every count i I. -
I has i n little point nn top while :;: _.
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,Inn. Till 1".1, l lto :
consented even onoounigod him In the : This learned that Chin -
black pieces nee round] on top.
( \III'rICII-I.II'U. "his ln-ini If ii1
Iden. n I r:
makes It ensy for the blind! mnn to I
"I ,dislike\ hn\'hug, you lentil liome tell which are his. plei-os /tint which mot hods.. '
Hon." she said, hut I ronll/o It Is for are his opponent's.. He (passes hN \Slrit. Ly hat, 'done wns lo l t".+in 1

the "....t. My slsrer will come nndlire hand lightly over the. board, and, ""pp,," father his Jewels to h.vpothfi. with 111"'. YON, It Is for the ...."t." In his mind, the ln.\uut Just m rlenrly b.. ,Mild ronlliie from his l"i-, '" .s -'

The young people' had not nbiimlonedtheir ) ns you see It on the hnnrd.'! Three .month Inter my father, n-h.. n )
plnn- for the future. After once Checkers are pln>,.d 1 In much the oil and, .restored them, practical! ; e 'r
hrlnalnu the subject of matrimony! the ed from bankruptcy by the. limnl'V' i u it
lip ,same way. The blar-k squares. on /e 6r'd.
Ethelyn never mentioned her Intentions \ hoard are hollowed. out. The white loyal Ly.
to her father for Mr. items' ''l"II'e' checkers nre round and the black ones One day n rugged skeleton of. a I
refusal to Consent to "any such non Ch'ruminn fainted nwny from sn| 'er
are square
"pn .." had been firmness' Itself.. linnt'iT' and! wenknoss Just ont-i'le 'our EVER SALIVATED BY Till UNIVERSAL CAR

Charles. lunl met Ilk. failure. In his He Was "Picked On. (dace He wan cnrrleil Into Ihe garage, I I CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! !

attempts to prostate' hl. mother that "Why pick on nit\ when there are hut mini too welcome' by his fellow I __. I THE FA KM KKS TRUCK
Etlielyn wns the girl for him ; "o they Q.rMIO other policemen In this"' rlty7' "niiriirymnn.' Ly fed him and! nur-ed ,
continued their. clandestine' menthes, apprehensively Inquired n cop whena him for n tiny but' with the Mullen sur.lliiess Acts Like Dynamite o. ': a Slug.
secretly rejoicing In the risk and mystery mnn coming out of the, ,subway at of suspicion. The next: evening gish Liver and You Loo The Ford One Ton Truck[ may well

nttiithed to them. Forty-second street pressed Into his he gave him some of his own apparel' a Day's Work. he classed as an agricultural: necessity, it
When 'hnrlei left home he wrote hand, a bomb which he said he had sad sent him on Ids way
regularly three tlm" n week to litheIjn. picked} up In I'.ronklyn. according to It was perhaps an hour Inter when There's no reason wny a person fit into and fills so many wants on the

and Ht first he receded, letter for the Mttsburgh I l"pntih's :New York ur chniilTeur, Imparted, to father that should} take sickening, salivating calomel form it h a reliable bearer of farm burdens
letter In reply. correspondent.) "".hy." said the man. 4 terrible trngedy hnd, occurred half u I when 50 cents buys a large bottleof
"At IpH..t they ,don't cure If we "I am not ('oll.'lInl,011'l'nlr", and mile down the lane that ran behind Dodaon's Liver Ton*-a perfect not only doing: the work of sever.

Y ..." he IInl'"ThRt'\ .. some (rrntlficatlon. this thing 'looks as If It might be londed. our "'0.... Two Chinamen hnd? been gubntitute for calomel.It al horses! 5(|uicker and better than the
." !." !So' the cop took the bomb? inn ''oilin! gasping. their I last brenth./ They IK a pleasant, vegetable liquid
But her answers herame less fre. dropped It Into a pall of water. Hand had literally hacked each: other to which will start your liver just as sure horse, and does not "eat its head off"

: juent. He continued his three letters grenndes nre timed tn explode 4.> seconds lenthLnter. ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you The far-
when aggressive
working
not
.g a week, but the replies, diminished! after the sp-lna L rob-ris" M amoieni'nt we knew who these victims sick. and can not salivat :

to one n week and flnnlly one every of the thumb hiit this 'id ePre" fine was Tao Chin. tho other Children and grown up folks can mer has only to consider the possibities
fortnight So he cut his correspondence "..I di I tor the Iran who found It fmrncnrr.ilnir was the outcast Ly hnd befriended,! take Dodton'H Liver Tone because it
of the Ford truck and he is ready to hu y
but he cared none 11 perfectly harmless.
In proportion It In n rrowdwl iih.\n\' i 'Ir The former had doubtless! discoveredL.v
the }less for F.th"lyn. His affection, from I'.rookhn: ,to :New York dad mistaken. for him the other I Calomel IH a dangerous drug. It Is one. We judge: this to be so from the
on the contrary, was InTense during Chinaman In his clothes, and' attacked I I mercury and attacks your bones. Take
their separation. :iin. Ench: hn] ,drawn a knife. The, a dose of nasty calomel today and you way farmers arc buying them. Truck '
r Within rhnrles "mad.- g"" ".r Natural Ccnclution.Vnll cleared from will feel weak, sick and nauseated to.
n result Ly the
year "\ r." oSiimnnthy.!<< ." ,sold CyTutors. crowulrig Chassis $550 f. o. b Detroit. 'I
In a real e.tnfe ofllce tn rand Rapids the HennfimnEtnlng Irea'l: of tils life. morrow. Don't lose a day's work. I
linking up from
and decided the time wan come when Take a spoonful of Dodson'i Liver
K-n'-s'lropper: "It says h'rsthat At my wedding a blazing Jewel on my
he couhl provide for a wife. He wn* n ttnth. of llghtnln only lasts a bridal 1 veil from the collection owned Tone instead and you will wake up FORD GARAGEA.
, appr\ .hn.lv however that his sweet ')y Ly. testified to his honest affection feeling great. No more biliousness
neglect Indicated a millionth of a se'ond."pshaw constipation, sluggishness! ; headache \V. & d. A. ANDERSON Proprietor
heart's
apparent for the family who had given him abom
now. Cy, how do you reckon '
lapse' In her love. *. coated tongue or ,Hour stomach. Your "S I'i RKE, FLORIDAj
I they kin tell that
"She's!: forgotten" he tnld' himself druggist says if you don't find Dod- -

and referred apnln to her lant letter .surprised"Why got*t your ding: knowledge It. Sumantby.of current I'm Itall hearings! lessen the labor ota..lnll' son's Liver Tone acts better than horrible I

whlrh seemed "nither "01<1." l .1101. They do It with a Lightoia large ihenr that have been lo- calomel your money Is waitingfor
, But CharUs! was d"'I'O'l'IIttr. By u calcnlator." I I recteU. you. tz.-4 % )


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: I'AE; FOUK __ BRADFORD ((JI.i TELEGRAPH.. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1919.Bradford .

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' I ; 1 worse on the Canadian side than on I Nabb, Inn Abenathy, Ruby arid Ha ;MRS.LEAIIER ROplXSO.V
County Telegraph 1 Shriver -
I oni' ** Belle Crosby Marguerite
The head of this cloth-making' con- : i I ; Pearl Lewis, Olga and Thelma Ward!, :Mrs. Le'aher Robinson, wife o* j i iB.

Publish Ht-fkly anrt mitred aiNec- (11 i n iuid that "profits in l'Jl4! were i and :Mesdames P. ;M. Barefoot, E. J. Robinson a resident of the Watt '
,
>; per rut during the war period Ward and I. W. Pmholster, Jr., and oak section, died early Satoul.i
: Mid eU matter at the Dust-olfice tStarke. thu..,. .nc reused "no..mouHlyAnd for J. C. Crews, G. B. Colson. They all morning July the 26th, and v.a

florlda. the :year ending January '11 1919. ; report a nice time. buried at the Dyal cemetery Satui-.
.I === tin.howed: a net increase of 72.1! I' I day afternoon in the presence of .

i:. S. y \rrll EWS, Editor and Owner. "per cent. I Card of hanks large number of relatives and frier, i

J. C. ROIUNSON.: Associate Editor.J2ji. Then n member of the eommitteaa I I : We with to express our heartfelt Friends of the family sympathize wah"
-ked him in the face of such extraordinary thanks to the good' people of Brooker them in their loss.FARMER.

t earnings, especially of the I ; who were 110 kind and attentve to us --a

. 919 .Ai1G lait year lower prices were not due : in the loss of our little infant who departed -
the people, he replied<< "No doubt but this life on last Sunday. :May BROWN
]} ..:;:: .,.. waD ..'uT.-r. iJ
I.tI .UK-- :;:;- "" -=-- our mill wasn't built for the glory of the Lord's richest blessings ever be
-- _TTT God e I 2 upon
I l 53L43 The people of the United States :Mr. and ;Mrs. A. G. Gowan.
.. ; -' - 6I18T9 today are suffering under a schedule : :: ----. -- Yen. here we are at DeWitt Joi -

" [ of prices many of which are basedon ; LAWTEYThe Hardware, store."'
See tl)i N "gn
such
profits ashu.re
continuing: just I
Never been here before ,.
There
101f112'l314f5. : are brazenly admitted. "
Grace :M. E.
Ladies' Aid of
!! instead! I Well IIOW, tjiat's, strango. Com,
i run be no doubt about it, and

1711819:20:21T2223 I..f congress doing its duty) in trying i 1 church the home met on of Thursday;Mrs. J. I.of;Moore.(last weekat It "W.what I want a stock you of all hardware to come he in c..1.1'M'e u'
i i t" bring" back an equitable rradjust-
the regular semi-monthly meeting -
f 26 27 23 : in i'nf of conditions, it is preparing: to I : was and! ries.
1.25 t 3t1 of that Hourshing society was
Mr. Jonui
u-te days and weeks. and months The Howdy! Dad Flinr: ; in"
_. I I greatly enjoyed by those present. lie is dlwnIt/ the Coca-cola plui :
---- for political -
- - - - -uu king to undo purposes
visIt
popular hostess made their -
young just ot present Anything I can .
all that the happen mg-to-be-in-re-
;
crowning
\ DI.iKUVKD) :/ :/ BOQl'KT; .pon-ible-position, party has accom her a already delightful successful one socially efforts by serving fur you. tjclay?!
I want to meet frienrs \\
I you my
plished.There ,, refreshmentsat
"v. A M< Km. i oiniiiisiioner} of Ag- was nothing "wrong"( with I : I : ) I : ( the especially psychological delicious/ moment just all had to come in to com'_ tod.so ..

: ricultii., an adept" ut t throwing boquets this, man, nor is there with the men ) I ; when the tired tongues of the dHight- I thought it would be a ;good t.ito ,
who have done look through your stock itt> haua.-\
hiM of our own country
and
ut thepress, boquetsalwaj ed guest begun to show their need of
,i. grow on good bushes.Here's this!" thing. Having made their pile :i : ( lubrication.Mr. ware.
the latest: and saved it, they really regard in ( i i ; :' Well, gentlemen I am >:lud :, . .I
i Florida land ) ( and :Mrs. Chas. Hess who have come in. We lire not'I'Y bus tod.
, "I have often marveled ut the the words of the old I i : > I
'* 1 I'I'I been rsidt-nts of Law toy for the past and will hate of time, toh, '
:.'> f l of the newspapers of Florida rich in the lust five years i is a damned I I ; : six years, lift on the early morning you through our stock. I also w.i .
t Tribune. train Wednesday bound for ;\Iinmi.wh.e to down to the coca-cola plant
; in comparison with papers of other fool"1! -Tarn pit ouy BO
-i ____ I Mr.: Hess has secured a -
towns and cities of equal l"'pulntilJn.t. ; ( ; : ( posi Mr.: ( Jones is down there now iupen"
r 1 I have i tieen lunu/.ed many timen not AN IMMENSE: AID TO PUOM'KR-( :) I tion. They have sold their live stock tending, the work, and he will be triad 1

I t.4 only at the HI/.I; of many Florida! pa- ITY and mule and wagon to ;Mr.( Albert to how you through and! explain all
I I :Moseley but little Woolly. the faith-
;" : pem hut at thu splendid, character of ., L .,. .. .... the workings of the plant, but before
r .r ; tremendous volume of business! ( lui. tog, went; witn mem to ..Miami.These go let's see if we cannot find
; ; t-very feature from editorial to news A I : you ,
is done. :Money( enormous in folks, like others who are leaving something Avill need today
;f specially considering the limited population being I you ; or
'f' the amount, is being expended will be missed from the community -
\, I of the communities in which aggregate :
later.Mighty
; 'for not only the necessaries of and their friends are wishing them ; fine stoves got here'
( 'l I they are /published and of the State (- you ; I
f:i at large. life hut for luxurie-s. Notwithstanding -I all success in their new undertaking suppose. mighty good price too ?

: "I du not believe there is any other the> prices are high, many of them (' ; in the new city. Oh not so bad. Mr.; Jones bought/

L,. State in the Union of equal population unjustifiably so, e'lmmllitieM( of every \ : ; ;Mr. Louis n. Hill and Itev Alfred these Steel Ranges at a price that he ,
t J.'I'' which can show such splendid i sort and variety are being boughtmore ( I Evenden seem to have unconsciously can save you $15 over the list price.

t 1 newspaper work and such live aggressive extensively than ever before. entered a contest these days to see but we cannot duplicate them at the

I t I newspaper. They bespeak the ', Therearc- two outstanding reasons I !" who can make the greatest number of price I am making on them.

:; .' t exceptionally. high average of intelligence for this-.ne-ed and'I publicity, the former - : : ( : trips to Starke each week. Both are How much for this one ?
i: ," of the people of this State of course being, accompanied, | : : ( having dental work done and pendingits 'Well sir we are making a $lOo
which makes such publications posMi- with the cash that prosperity. has completion they refuse to see a price on this Leatiful Steel Range .
; ble. brought to the millions of people in''I joke, and even deny themselves the I and this one at $90.

I "The newspapers/ of Florida are a this country. privilege of grinning and! we believe They are best constructed tel
1/1'I
part of every reader that favors Publicity through advertising.} lA'' that-there is a reason. r.rages on the market; tho inside i i-

I them. They supply mind food. and very largely responsible for the establishment ,I : ( : :Mrs. :M. E. Edwards and daughter rust and fire proof; you cannot burnor
the: editors/ and reporters are the I of the confidence, the optimism : :Mabel, surprised! the Lawtey folks bypaying rust out the oven for it is built tl''
I moulders of 'thought molucjrfen') for that preceded the phenomenal ) I ; them an unexpected visit on overcome both.

I the! nearly two hundred newspapers/ era of generous and, general buying. ] Sunday and :Monday last.! They came How about wire fencing prices ?
!
published. at more than one hundred, Shrewd advertisers even before they I up from Gainesville on the morning Well, my friend, if you want 40 rod.
: : places in the State. seem justified, began a campaign of ,: train and everjbody was just simply or more will make it at $25 per 40
r "We all know in these advancing, newspaper and magazine advertising, i' ( i I : ; delighted to see them. While in town rod roll.
a. times that the mind counts more in which they invested millions of they were the welcome guests of :Mr. Well I will want about 80 rods now
t t than the body-that mind is the controlling dollars. They hoped, to create a clp-I I and :Mrs.Vill Edwards. They attended and more later on. Have you any
I factor-that the brain is more mand for the things they the morning service at Grace; :M. E. hay ties ? Shall want some later on.

t 1 I than the stomach yet we find people believing if made, familiar with what ,' I : I church Sunday.! Yes, sir, have a good supply at $2
( r who would not think about starving was for sale the people would buy. (.' I ;Mrs.! Redding, with her two daughters a bundle. We also have good! hayforks
,
iL I themselves for thu want of body fond, The result. has more than justified ] : visited Starke on :Monday. scythes. and, snaths etc. You
I Ktomaih food niusde food but who their investments in advertising / : :Mr. Arthur Griffiths left on Frday see we have a good stock of chicken

'4 are starving themselves for the need !space.. It has been and, frtdl continues last bound for St. Peteisburg where wire, screen wire hoes, rakes, forks
I '. ; of I Itiam food, mind i food intellectual I to be wonderfully productive- th- I uurter'I. h(' went to take) up his old position in I! and almost anything you need! on thefarm.

.' t food int.....*. ,...f. liiiui.Kiuu-irott....,., ... .m- __.In.p t9.. TlOSP_ )u _ who n :' the elrug business., the ,position, that .
"i'I "'I he newspapers, of Florida are I wisely' made; the investment arereaping -i .' \ !" : ( : ( he so ably filled before entering theservice Well, !Dad! Fling we did! not come

not charity positions. They give value the harvest and to such an extent and !going /I brou'l.II. in to trade today but just looking

J < 3 jecuived. Newspapers lire needed, in that in many cases they. are unable t 'I in : ( l : L. Riant-hard, left last Sunday around. Farmer Brown says this i I"
very house for the ser\ice they can fill as promptly as\ the-y wish the flooi / afternoon for Jacksonville where the best place to trade in the county,
i render."We. of eirdi-rs they are receiving or in the. he expects to secure\ a lucrative posi. ami I guess he is about right./
'I 7k, fce-l l sure every Florida editor. iase of, retailers 4. alsei I liberal I advei. j !" tion. Now I guess we all will go downto !

I I.. C-IIIOH a good I deal about what readers titters, customers deplete. stock faste- / : W. II. Burt has been away on the see the bottlng plant and get acquainted -
i think of his paper' as to whether it is than they can be provided., The onl:: road this week selling! extracts lit with ;Mr.( Jones. See you

..jl? !,' fulfilling its truest purpose and, largest ones who ZIT"- not sharing! in this flooiof wholesale prices by the means ot again in a few days.
V. mission.. I If the paper Is not prosperity are those who r..fraim'.1 i I which the people in the homes can
I : : (
W'I I living up I to I its ideals I arid the ideals from advertisinghdc they are receiving ; make their own summer drinks ata CARD THANKS

of the reader the ruder is in part some> of the benefits. of advertisng ; very normal cost.

j to hut me. The paper' is. always open ,done hy others they lIre not ,! An interesting lecture is to be We wish to tender\ our heivrtfelt

,. to commendation, to criticism, t* suggostions sharing in the exceedingly, large vol ( ) given next ;Monday( evening August thanks! and. express our sincere appreciation ( -
. time of tisi n'sit as they would be i if I is : : the 4th at !II o'clock! ( new time ) in to our many friends for their
"Th londu editor! is. anxious to they )had bc-e-n and were now elomg u : Grace ;M. E. church. The speaker will sympathy anti kindly assistance to
I keep, ill totah with hit. readers. I His I liberal i I amount ii>f advertising i which he the Rev. Dr. ,J J. Treadwell, whois us dining the late sickness and death

paper is. a (community, atrair and cannot is to trade anil business what the application { : the District Superintendent for the of our beloved wife anal mother; especially -
-' siatit'.' ) with the co-operation of of feitiluer is to the MOIl !" Jacksonville district of the St. Johns so to :Mrs. Florrie Willis and
c r"IICI"I'H-FI"l'i.lu Star. that is to produce most ge-neiou.-dy of! /: i!" River Conference His subject will he :Mrs. E. W. Hayes( ; also for the many
I!" ( : I (
----- .-- fruits and produce..ulv.rtising "Personal glimpses' of the (Centemnrv beautiful floJttl offerings.A. .

niEi.Kss: : : : C; 1.00n I i.v: ; .\ has been and i is con Exposition at Columbus, Ohm with E. Ioitt and family.AN .
tinuing tei I b)(. an immense aid to prosperity : especially interostng descriptions of

It was the custom, during the war not only to the mlveiti.seni by that wonderful fageant "The Wav- OLD FAfl/f FINDER(:
I: l
for dc-alc-is in articles which sold for any ,iwans, although they ii-np t the : farer." Everybody. .. invited. Ilon"tmlMII An illitnble and fault finding disposition -
1"f'I'Y high/ prire.to. derlnre. the cost direct prolitiible 1"'HUItIlIvt'rtl"in, ; it-its too good.. to miss.!" There i is. ,ofton caused by indigestion. -
.' of production I had i increased" I 1"' 'on.1 sue'h us has been done in the past few will he no charge for admission but A man with /good digestion and
i. the usual percentage of prodt and months and is continuing begets a ( r 1: ? I ; \ I a collection will be taken. bowels that act regularly is usually!
,
that manufacturers! and sellers, were, pint of optimism points the way to. l 1 : An accident occurred on Sunday rood n.Miircd When troubled! with ingestion -
: making I no more profit' t hoot ,- did,I prosperity" , and assist mightily toRpeed afternoon last in which two children or constipation take Chamber-
,' $t in ante-bellum days And many of us I its ,coming i and predung 1 its Htny.1 were injured. The little daughter of lain's Tablets. They strengthen the

.' believed it and! encouraged the people In this prosperity all are mom or less r : I Rev. and, Mrs.( Wright was slightly stomach and enable it to perform its
,t to I Iio, calm and to take- the increasing sharers.Tlmes-l'nlon !" ( injured by bruises and I the little 4- functions naturally. They also cause
: I : ( .
t., cost as a part of their patriotic -- --.- IIf : year old daughter! of :Mr. anti ;Mrs. a gentle movement of the bowels.
(I
I duty and most. of the people did. f'IWI--rEI-tII'Iifi. : : : FOK ,\ "lU'ST IT" : ) Harley suffered a broken leg. The

Today have the t children were playing on platform
we truth shamelessly a
: : : .
and gl >r>'|ngly. admitted by amnlluf.u.tu'r Speaking of the high cost nf living, (St" I along the railroad near the still. The E. Fralick Ililiv &
r of woolens, and thisstatenant and, particularly of the profiteering : platform gave way and the childrenfell
of his makes us sick at feature thereof, Senator Clipper of : being} hurt by the falling timber.

t, heart and makes us wonder if there Kansas. illustrates prese-nt conditionsby ,,, ; ( ; -

,. was no patriotism t i ill I the land. referring to the danger! there is in in LITTLE HOY RECOVERSWe Furnitre CoIn

\ Before a cost of> living ,committeeof an ,engine room. where the boilers are : ,
4 the (Canadian pa i rI(lament recentlyW. being fire-el afer the steam gaugelegisters are pleased to note that Parley,
I M.: I'titnn of the !1'aton :Manufacturing ( beyond the safety. point, anti six-year old son of Prof. L. A.

I (Company. Sherhroeike. (Canada slays. : : Davis., who, during the month of :May ( Starke Hardware! Building;)
makers) .of tweeds and! other cloths, Some )kind. of a "bust-up is going to ,. '. from a severe case. of pneu

l said: / to come if we let reckless ,! followed by empyema. resulting Fall Line Of
t 4 "(hir mill wasn't built for the gloryof profiteers do the firing\ :Manyof "' : in two operations, is able to be out I

Geul; or an>'hody ,.1"... I It was. built our est and iggest businessmen .. : ( !' ; and especially do the parents.. HARDWARE'
for the t benefit of the hhareholders.Any ) appreciate this danger and to extend' heaitfelt! 'thanks to :
I
: man who. couldn't, mnko money point it out. When' it became ,hy. : Drs. :Middleton, Freeman Wills. and

r / dining t hu' war must!" have hail, somethijiug necessary' the hanks should be ,- : ; : ,' for their faithful and efficient FARMING
; wrong with him." made safe, the government provided rendered and to their friends
Thank Co.1! fur, those who )had bank inspectors. a nil banking, '\', ; the many. kindnesses. shown IMPLEMENTS
,. "something wrong with them!" laws. I ltij ness' and industry. I -- -- a
if In the "ge>oel old. ulays'' of land salesone must be made safe. for nil our I :Mr. Joh" SS-I-M-I' one of I'.i ,..ic.e *
c., who had "got his.," said to the nkes as well as for their own. nr( : : ( ; I : 'ding.! h",,',. j ""' 11.'n... :.1 \ "i-. -' STOVES
..
\
I writer. ".\ lay man who stays- in Florida They must ser\e. not extort. -- tnrt' ',1 I', -- -- -
'live >"e arn and doesn't' got rich is This is sounding a very necessary. or. PAINTS
is.I : :Messrs t;, "'. 1 II.
r jin \ A. ont
n tlamnril fool. That wns the way warning that should be het-,led, by i
ho felt about it, and that was his conception none more than the wholesalers and !'iooker were business! vistu t ,i to I
CROCKERY-
,"' I '),. .
Wednesday.J.
j; of a man's l business in Florida. retailors in the commodities Of trade :
!
c Florida 'has madc, It ton hot for in food preielucts. as well as in the other I I I
I E. Clemons! of fmoki-i, WARE
\\1*
g such as heanil, his ilk, and. with the necessities of life. There is more ; ( : (
visitor in Starko
t I n.ssistane-o eif the federal" government' than u mere MUHIieiol1. and its. growing l: ; Tuesd-iv
I in penitentiar'es of various parts nf that there ore dealers who "stick I
/ Mrs.: ( 1-'. line
B. Johns leaves today for Big of furniture
T. .
the country.With nn" nickel) .
a ,penny or a or n dime or : I
,
; and Hardwood to visit
Much ami I hrarcn toasting I
what should be
ope-n more to n fair and try ,' ,' ,. and relatives. now in stock
nf profiteering, iis' the speaker) In profitable price for things that people '"" !
the Canadan instance has made what have. Wheie this is I -- --
must being! done! SEE US-WE
:Mrs.( E. J. Harris of Madison( will CAN SUPPLY
are we, the people of .America goingto It f is profiteering pure and simple ple
I I In Starke
the first
; of the
d') about it ? Can it be doubted after more> simple than pure. For. ; : and will be the /o''ueot: of :Mrs J,
; this that they are at least no will come a day of reckoning .t <| : : : :Mitchell( HOME AND FARM







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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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\\". J. Jones, of Graham, was transI rKendrick, t'eo.; .\. Gardner, IT. Aus- II
I I I acting: business! !''n Starke \Veiinesduy. r till. E.: W. llaynes; Undertaker 1). C.

; 'JUnE'8 having! charge of the arrange-

Bits of LocalInformation ] :Mrs. I.. A. Reynolds left today for i) nWllts.I I Build a Bank Balance

4 her home in Raleigh, N. C., after a The fronds of the family unite in

visit of several weeks in Starke with I their expressions of sympathy for the I

I her mother, :Mrs. E. I.'. Johns. bereaved family and relatives

i I ____. _.__ ___. I A checking account with the Bank of Starke turns

Th'rl'111 hI'l no preaching at the TIIOMS:; WAYNE:' SWEAT '
I all your cash receipts-check*, draft, money orders

+ C..rdy 0... iced'. 11I"4 .-4r. Methodist\ church Sunday. Sunday I 1 I and itself-into bank balance.
r I PI ..._. U ... c._... T_ school at the regular hour. The wave of sadness over Starke Sunday money your

V.- I on account of the deaths was Your bank balance is the amount of money to your
: Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Hemingway left mented when it became known I1UII'-1
-- __4- _._ Thursday for Wilson, N. C., where : Thomas Wayne Sweat one of Starke's credit at the Bank to be drawn as needed or trans

''il0ft0nj': Sport Shirts 50c at Stumps. !i I: with relatives and friends in Lawtey. they will visit their son, H. G. Hemingway oldest and most widely known citizens ferred to other by your personal check.

Ganesville Daily Sun, Sunday. for several weeks. hud passed to his reward 1. after along i
rifr.n'd When write check the Bank of Starke
Mrs. C. A. Knight were and useful! life many years of you a on ,

.' ..Viiitors to Jacksonville :Monday.! :! Miss Cassie White returned home Mrs. John Shriver, :'olissIarguerite which was spent in serving his fellow you make the exact change, transfer the amount to l"

Im the first of the week from an extended Shriver and Mr. Lewis Shriver of I man11'. Sweat was il! years the right person, and have/ for future reference a

; l'i.Col. J. (". Popplel was a business I i trip to Asheville, Brevard and Bilt- Brooker, were visitors to Starke Sunday i of age and for the past :20!I years has
'1;; Visitor: to Bunnell Monday. '; more :North-'; Carolina.RubMyTism IIftrnoon.11'. Shriver has lately I been practically an invalid! and'suffered \ complete, reliable record of the transaction..Your

returned( home after servng twenty 1 I greatly at times, weakening hisconstitution check is a voucher which your creditor must receipt'

,John; Powell was! u visitor to Jack. is a great pain killer.It months in the army. He was, like I until he fell a prey to the before he can collect the money. e

(m'il1e Wednesday. I relieves pain and soreness caused,! all our boys glad to get back to his disease sapping his life.

II I by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. native heath.Lieutenant. :Mr. Sweat was prominent in both Build a bank balance with cash receipts; enjoy the

,M. H. Jordan was a visitor to Jack- -- ,-. -r church and civic life in Starke for the privileges of paying with checks.

fsonvillc and Pablo Beach Sunday. I Rev. Blanchard P. Law, accompanied W.1.. Wainwright has. many yearuntil his health caused

,! by'his mother, :Mru. Alliu Law, and reached, home after a long tour of him to drop from public life, and he especially invite checking accounts. No account

:\11'. and :Mrs. L. II. Hill of Lawlcy.1] .sister, Miss I Doris) left yesterday for duty in Franco. lie has boon in the was a familiar, figure on the streetsof is too large for our facilities and none too small

[were vr itors t to Starke Friday! I:, Kidgecraft, N. C', whore they will army for more than two years, having I :Starke.:; known and loved. by all. to have appreciation and best r1
( attention.
I IJo our cor<
I, spend a month. volunteered in the early part of I lie was honored! with the ollico of '

s. E. Wilson was attending to -_ the war, and during his! service won', mayor of Stroke for live\ years, served If your checking account I kept with us n full statement
> busmen Jacksonville Saturday. l C. E. of Starke who has been three promotions rising from private t
|| in I j' Pope, u I several terms, resigning from) this accompanied led
by paidcheckswillbemail
attending the Normal at the University to a lirst lieutenancy. He has ofllce on account of ill IWlltt h. In his your t
'!
, Special Hale on Ladies Hats $1.!,8, ': went home for the week-end. not yet been formerly discharged from I public! and private life he was uprightand to you on the first day of each and every month

'worth. from $3.:>0 to $8.:>0> at Stumps I I Gainesville Daily Sun, Sunday. the service, but expects to receive his honorable in all matters, mid for 1 I R RI

-.-- i discharge papers August 15th. Lieutenant many years was a member of th"1,
W :\McDonald, of Jacksonville, ;'! Mrs.\ W. J. Epperson and daughter, Wainwright is", popular with ft board of stewards of the Stnrke :Methodist I I"

i |was a visitor in Starke Monday.\ I Miss Eva, were visitors to Waldo large circle of friends! and his safe church. ,I BANK OF STARKE

I ,I Saturday. Mists Epperson will have return home is a matter of great 11 was born at Waynt-sboro( Ga.,

I Cliff Tatum, of Waldo, was visiting 'I charge of one grade of the Waldo pleasure to them. August: I r., 1810, and! moved to this '

JhlsHparents: in Starke Monday. school this year. state just prior to the Civil War. Ileenlisted !I The Growing Bank
I J :MES : JR.
KITE. Florida
in A
Co. 7th Infantry
I n. A. Green was attending to business -I Mr. Clifton Brown, of Lawtey, is E. S. Matthews Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier
March 8, W/::2.! and! served! three years!' r
in Gainesville Thursday) and Fri- |spending the week end in the city James Kite, ,h'., sun of :Mr. and :Mrs. being mustered out on April :2t! \, 18(15.He ,

[day of last week. with his aunt, :'III's.1.. E. Edwards Jus. Kite, of Starke, died. suddenly at was a loyal I soldier and! his. com-

'I Gainesville Daily Sun, Sunday. his home, corner Cherry and Call I tides surviving him have nothing I but
I :Messrs. A. V. Long and L. C. Powell ---- Rtrnptu Sunday" mnrnimr, fit eight : u ,: _.,..
ins -
lor CUIHIUCw. pro
[were business visitors to Jacksonville E. E. Canova and! : i praise ,
family and R. S. o'clock, the cause! of his death beinng motel from the rank to a sergoancyan 1'>.
,
[Saturday. "ITS?*! Johns and family are the latest additions acute indigestion.. The deceased was dbefoiv being mUtNIuut had.

to the Kingsley! Luke colony.; only ill a few minutes after the attack been made a third. lieutenant. In INSURE WITH : a

: :Miss Gertrude Scott of DeLand ii These families moved out yesterdayand expiring shortly after the arrival 1S70 he'n... united! in marriage to f'('r j'j
j Visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. A. Scott, at of JOS- E. WILSON :
are occupying one the Canova of a physician.The Miss\ Sara O/.elle Hodges, moving to .'!.. ,

jKingsley Lake. cottages.Mens'. deceased was :27 years of age, Sturke ten years later, where his STARKE FLORID t th; 'M
,
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i was born in Starke and made his home wife precedcde!< ) him to the Great; Beyond '
666 has proven it will cure : ," Monkey) Skin) work Shoes, in this! city. Mr. Kite in partnershipwith in I'.Mill.: I After his removal to GENERAL INSURANCE .'1
[Chills and Fever, bilious $1.79 at Stumps.RubMyTism his father has .
'Ilalaria'l had charge of a
in the
Starke in I IHW) he engaged mercantile I :
[and lagrippe. It kills the FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEATLANTIC tJ
tie and,! wood camp in Sampson City business! and l during those
(feause the fever. Fin tonic. \ is a powerful antiseptic. for some time and had returned from was one of Starke's leading i
years
It kills the poison caused from infected :
that place Saturday afternoon in the hew
business men. For many years
Fresh" Herd for your fall !garden at cuts, cures old sores, tetter, best of health and vigor of young member of Brn.H..rdIallonlc. I
tie u
JV.. Kickliter'n. 8-1-21 etc . HOTELAll
Adv.Miss manhood! and .
continued
apparently so
Ixulge :No.: ::15.Surviving!! .
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-- I until the sudden attack the next morning railroad ticket offices in bul Idmg Center of everything. Ah
Willie Epperson returned Sunday him are two !sifters. :\Irq.h,1 .
{from Dunnellon, where he has been : Flossie Reynolds, who is attending after breakfast. :\ Colson of nainE'"vill11'14.; : :Martha modern improvements.> First class in every way. Hot and cold
| employed for several months. the Summer School at Gaines-i He was united! in marriage to :Miss I Johnson, of Bartow; one !brother, I running water in rooms. Rates $1 and! up. Room with bath $1.50[ up
ville, spent the week-end as the guestof Eflie Deus of Theressa, in 1917 who,
Pro rietro
I and four ,children, Mr. T. K. Sweat, of E. FRANK PEARCE
her parents, Mr. and :Mrs W. J. o.iiqd: '1.11I1
\ bon) itMUi.i.inii! aqj. { antn.tnxaolas
:Miss! Grace Allen, of Jacksonville, Jacksonville; Mr.\ Grover C. Sweat of
!is visiting Miss Elizabeth Brownleethis Reynolds pun .Kiipo.iq{ 'Kni.uml 1 su; { in|! \\ I I Starke11..11; ; Hllra E. Sweat, of Inverness '
at 1'revutt "Imc.teryTon"ay: afternoon r..
[ week. :Mrs. Marion L. Johns \ ; and Miss\l I .oca Sweat of Starke.
Mrs. Clyde Rev. Blanchard Law officiating, Internll'nt11" mule at Crosby cemetery your Second, from it reliable dee'.r. I Illrv"I .. ll r Ct.I lists!
Alvarez and children of Jacksonville, the holy being laid to rest amidst'
a
'
Sam Uosonberg business visitor o'clock 1.2 non.okid..r"Kul"r $20 Tire, will be aold SATURDAY MON-
was a Tuesday morning lit 11
:Mrs. Otis Barge and baby, of Atlanta large: number of friends! and relativesof ]
to Jacksonville latter part of theuist are at Kingsley lake occupying one the family. Rev. L.V.. Kickliter performing the L: for $16.50. PRICK ON Al.!. SECONDS 10 PER CUM: OlE '

\ week returning_Sunday.We ._ I of the Canova cottages.Mrs. The pallbearers: wlreIesllr.... W..1. Masonic\ burial ceremony lit the. grave. I R. BURROWS The Tire Man I
The , honorary (C. L
Bessi-nt W. L. Wall, Jos. E. Wilson pullberers were j +
are proud of the confidence W. 1'. Weeks and L. ('. Powell! ; acting
doe-I \ C.V.. I.icMon. who has been )F. F. Stump J. L. Peck, 0.A. An- .. .
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tors, druggists and. the public :Messrs. Jos. K.: Wilson I" I I1'. A q' t
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. H. Freeman drcti ; Undertaker D. C. Jones having!
r6Gfi f'hill and Fever Tonic. Adv. Stump .1. 1'. TomlinsoM Win. t'. Powell the. ,
work hurMoMM ruiigriitiilatioiis of
left :Monday for Live Ink, where charge of the funeral arrangements. l'OR'rlt.lItl( ( ? liood'Mind; reiving his
she will be with her dllu ht'r.11'11.\ In their sorrow the family has the I I.. (i. I'\\.I\.J, \ \Andrews, .Jr., |lbs| ; good.. shape' ; for f,'sh niilrhcow fir i il-l > mi In- in re.-s in pel fiM-litiK/ n v
Ladies and children lints 9Sc Lucia I lowland. sympathy of their many friends. (!i. :M. Sistrunk :N.: Sti'i-nberg.' In worth, the money, in once. II genuine and( en oily| operated. mosquito'

worth from $2.00 to $::1.0: at Stumps.! ----.-- chanri'" of the funeral uirangeinents, \V. AlvnnSales Stable.! It'FOIL killer. It 11 railed '1'aruuoit.'oa i;
------- Undertaker !D.I C. Jones
- Delton 'V. \\ hitof Texarkuna MKS.:; AKTIIfll E.: MOITT ----- - spray it into the air in your bed room.
and daughter.
Mrs. .1.. .\.. Tatum i
Out of town relatives present at '
The fall dead It i.l Lit. 1
mosiiutoes
froma Texas, spent the past week with his SALE-Pair: of yoiiiin IlliOpound | : )
Miss Lucile returned Saturday
the funeral wl'n'11': and, :\Ir!!. IIl1r1 -
After illness of
: an nearly two mules! suitable for heavy finest thing of its Kind.! ever discovered
iltlr.Irs.
short visit in Jacksonville.Mrs. I< Olin W. White.11'\ .
( 'nl of Gainesville; :\el rs. F. I O.)
\" ;
w"ek.II'I.: Sarah Moilt\ wife of A. ) nn.
White is. a member! of the U. S. :Navy hauling or farm wink. Not a and never finis to, do its deadly
.of ( ainesvillo and grandsonof .
: 1) I.. Alvarez is! spending and has made several trips across the E. ;Moitt; "i..1nrly Sunday morning Buyer th,', deceased; f'nrroll a Sweat, of I blemish ; will work, !lilY"IIN'I'. l Rest! |I wink.' It leis no disagreeable odor;
27th, at her home fall
July : West
several weeks in Xew York with her Atlantic on the transport! Cape May. street from paralytic stroke.on Gainesville. One ..on. '1'. ]R. Sweat of bargain in Bradford county. I E.: I K.: does not stout clothes noV furniture;

dauA'hter.Ir!!. J. L. Frazce. a Jacksonville has been confined to his ('uuuvtt. Stake, It* I and.\ in barn, Ir.s to human Ijeing4.inknown .
:Mrs. :Moitt was a daughter of the II ii
Mr.\ Bill Yelvington and .Mrs. Z. J. I Malaria where. Torment
isis I
late :Mr. and.I I11'11.: William Edwnrd.s, room on account of illness for the ttu nil, ""y'IIr July, A .)lill
Roberts, of Huntings, spent the weekend used 1 "111' can get )bottle of Torment '
unable! a ;
Special sale on crockerywarc of this county and, was 59!' years, five ;past two months, and was to W. 'r. l:
visiting nt the home of :Mrs. attend. his father's funeral.In i iSi-uli r and n sprayer at your drillIClllt'I {- l'i
and Mondav at E. months. and one day old at the time
Saturday Roberts' parents Judge and :Mrs. (;ao. the death of :Mr. Sweat Starke Uy It. A i.-----1: < for :Me. Try this won.I<'ruIIK"II'V -
Furni of her death. She was united in marriage 7,2"- "
Fralicks Hardware and A. Gardiner returning to Hastings to :Mr. Arthur E. Moitt\ of Hamilton ami !Bradford county has lost n grandold and enjoy your sleep.Torment .

ture Store. Tuesday morning. Bermuda on June !9 t. 1H"S, having man, another of the remaining few'v"tt'r.nK ; :N07KK: (IK Mfi( i ,is tel.u, deadly to ni,... .
J.mmmmmfDmmmmfDmiDmtVtcmmmmmmmte
of the Confederacy and a .
:
been
married!
forty years this past ---------- ---
Miss Sara Sweat of In\11 ne'.1 660!( has more imitations than any th'e June. She was u devout Christian )brave, uprirht man. Sympathy for FOIl SALE:-Second bond 1 mowing i''

came last Sunday to attend the other Chill and Fever Tonic on woman a member of the Christianchurch the )bereaved. ones in their loss. ,is felt' machine, and! rake. J, 1'. Colley rid
al of her father Mr.\ T. W. Sweat. market, but no one wants imitation for thirty-live loving by Stnrke 7-I t-tf. Monuments and Tombstones
in medicine. They are dangerous. udv years, a jell.OTN'I'1,
: JI'lIIa01'10'; : :; !
mother and u friend to She
Jacksonville everyone. S. M. DRICCERS I / ; Lake.. ButlerAgent
Mr.\ Fellows, of was
was held.! in high esteem by her frendi SALE: : 200 farm and
:Mrs. L. T. Ostccn in twn Saturday KOIl --My : acre
was '
the Saturday of11': ftnd1I's.. I Davis and! Tena Davis having .
guest for her Henry (for
kind acts, her gentle and
enroute to Plant City, whore many 2 mules, wagon and! hiirnefiH I
J. It. Davis. Christian life and I her readiness. to at 'in possession, liquor, still nndnIlUiufa.tul'illlC
she will make her future home buggy. All plows, cultivators, ValdostlMarble Works
all times rendered.! any assistance in liquor| ; plead not guilty. and harrow, planter, sugar mill and

Louise Stewart spent several days I Messrs. Harley Fred Lucian and her power to those in need or distr''s. Tenu Davis found! guilty and lined boiler, stock hags/: and! stock -uttle. Years of Satisfactory er- j
this week at Kinsley Luke as: the 1 .MOO and cost H"iiry Davis ,diichurged. -
She was the mother of twelve children ; Slurkp l iii. '
Hazel Adkins. :Misses Eunice and Laurence I HazE'n( A..1. Underhill vice--Latest Designs to select j
guest of .
were in town Sunday afternoon. seven of whom survive her I .
- ------ C. I.. Moitt I Torn Davis, having fomented liquid from. I
namely: of Dinsmore
Ol'villeIoitt.\ of Jacksonville, came Severn! young people from Gainesville ; FOIl) SALE:-1 pair of mules Thimhie ,!
.
his not
guilty.
in possession ,plead
Will.Ioitt: of Starke; Orville I.. ;
the here ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm(
spent day pleasantly skein wlIg"n--III..1 harness'
down last week to attend the funeral ,.. fined ifl.fltIIn,1
:Moitt, of Jacksonville Mrs. C. I'. Tyson Found guilty and $:
of his mother, Mrs A. E. :Moitt. Sunday.It ; $:\111I.)( 1 pair of mules, $:'Jflt>. I .
costs or :11 s months in judolafY
r of JackloTlvilleIrll.; \ I'. E.: Johns, small farm mule, $125.I 1 saddle --- ,
is true that many loans, of Starke; :Misses Clara and Inez :\ Nevits, having fermented .
} 666 quickly relieves Constipation, money h'rloi''e) have closed out our
: of Sturke three liqui in her ,possession ; plead 1 guilty ..
and of forgotten \Ioitt. ; grandchildren,
cups sugar are or
5 Biliousness Loss of Appetite and cross tie camp and! lire selling these"
i Headaches, due to Torpid Liver adv. unpaid. Our Uucle Samuel however Charles Beasley! of Starke; AugustusBeasley Ordered, to pay costs in case, and re11'11".1 mulcn at sacrifice.. Godwin.! Iliir-

gives us a bond for our little loans of West Point and BeatriceJohns I on future good behavior. rell & Co., Sapp, Fin.72.riJt:!! DAVISAgency
\ Mrs.\ Jos. F.. Wilson has returned "less we forget" he even pays interest of Starkr, together with two William Tison having ferrentedliquor !

I from Gainesville where she was the on it to make it interesting. We brothers, :\I.r'l.Villiam and Isaac I in his possession! ; plead guilty.Sentenced FOIl SALE:, HOME: IN (LAKE: BUTLEIt -

C guest of her sister :Mrs S. T. Dell, I used to borrow from our Uncle; now Kdwurd.s, of Starke, and her husband. j to pay $:!r, anti I cowls or : -Nicp eight room house with Eat. 1886

P for several days.. our uncle i is borrowing from us.-" Mr. A. E.: :Moitt, make up the immediate -' 00; days in juiJ.Gilb..rt one full acre of Lund. The flute
Bolton Author relatives of the ,lecE'I1 e.1.Vith Franklin fowler, incorrigible
Hall of "Thrift.
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f has on it eucalyptus. ever-bearing\ INSURANCESTARKE
( :Mrs Henry i E. Freeman and little I henefitted by the change. Rev. In- the exception of one ranI'hild.u- I child. Sent to the I Florida Industrial mulberry, fig, pecan nihovitiio, ,

I' daughter, f Tampa have been visit'f man is serving the church at :Monti- gustus Beasleywho h a student at j I School for Boys for la I:.! monthn.Ivlirar camphor and peach' trees. Also ruse I

f ing this week at the home of Dr. and cello this year. West Point, all were present at the I /; Davis having in possession bushes, vines and. shrubbery in the
time of fermented. liquid and still apparatus, ; ,
her! death.
? :Mrs. A. H. Freeman. - -- -- ---- yard. Nice: garden grows the! yi-ar
I Mrs J. R. Davis entertained a pier The body was laid to rest-in Crosby I I plead| not guilty. Guilty; on )both around. I am going to Hell lit a I

$ Wilson Sweat, of Jacksonville, was nic party last Thursday evening, at cemetery Sunday at four o'clock, Hev.j "'"11I1'. Fined! $lfIfI and! costs or Mix bargain/: before .Sept. lot. For information ,

in town Tuesday, having come hereto her Kingsley lake cottage! in honorof [Boone of the First Christian ,iurch, months in jail. apply. to It. :M. Wilson, ]
attend the funeral of his grandfather Mrs\ Jay S. Brown of Plant Cit .. Jacksonville performed the funeralervicfs. - - Luke Butler Fla. 7-IH. It

i :Mr. T. W. Sweat. The evening passed! most pleasantlywith The love and respect! in The Quinine That o..u0,1:- Afleit the /Head
swimminruwinl' and delicious which the deceased, held l' D", nun of Its tome and lniM'iv> rfTfir J.\ ''CA- 7jiu\T Itlttlnr
--- --- -- -- \ was wu nlItO"/ CM .I'SIt.ft. (ti, i.l I r rm, I I- atrn A : ; :
Mrs.\ S. T. Dell has as her guest! supper. Those forming this party' shown by the large number gathered ,, hv n'.Y"ne wlthi'ilt i nil ,unit. n.-rvniHir -I i r nmlinitmi The merits of f'hnmberlain's Colt.,
IS YOUR LfFINSURED
bred. t. W <,""\ I. S i siiiiiaiui"'u'" va
, her !sister :Mss J. E. Wilson of were :Mr. and :Mrs. .Joe Canova. :Mr.\ to paytheir respects to the dead and Diarrhoea Remedy: are well

Starke.-Gainesville Daily Sun, Sun- and Mrs.\ Frank Hoover Miss\ Bessie Acting as, pallbearers were, Mir- known and uppreriiitcd, but there is ?

day. :McCormick of Gainesville, Misses A. '.. Adkins W. W. Baisden T. N. | .CLASSIFTELVADVERTISING iirrasionally' a man who had no iti-

Florence and l Jaannett Matthews: rd, !
1 -- I II iiaintance( with them and should
: =
work !Shirts" 73c:; worth I GE'orlle'hito.., Drayton folley, :Morgan = ''
Mens" Blue the following by F. II. )Dear, a heel I REPRESENT THE
$1.00 at Stumps. Darby, Carr f'olley Ciei.rge; / :Mer-, ,I COFFINS CASKETS 'man at Jlupuy'rIont.: "Four years

I riman and Harold[ I Brown of Plant'I And a full! line ofUndertakers' ] ,'l''' I used f'humberlain's f'olic iindl MUTUAL LIFE INS.

Knox Thrower returned from City :Miss Josie. Huffman, of Jacksonville OSk ENr CASH A WOlttl 1 IN AKVANCKit You. KAril: IS.SI'K.! l 1'"lIrlro"a Remedy with such wonderful ,

Gainesville last Friday after a pleasant I and Miss Hilda Struth.Mens' : Supplies \ r1h."" ,,tl> II,,.rl.iJ, ,I unrjpr lh. hud results that ( hav+ wince riT'irnmended CO. OF N. Y. THE
Automobile lira"" ... *. nif . V. "nl..m.nl
visit with his grandfather Hcv. I miMt > paid in > nr it to friends"
.. 2S my
!I. than
for <>n Insertion Ntfptcil for OLDEST COMPANY
O. A. Thrower. Sr. : 'and IIn) .. halhin suits 9Sc Always on hand. The best "r-
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at :Stumps I vice at the lowest prices. Special I (tl: ,s 11.1; -' ',1" i' r-. H. : u4: IH'H'Ii DEATH: !H'lOITKIl( : / 1 1111111I ', INTHEU.S. I

Rawson Davis spent' the week-end attention to telegraph/ orders." '..i.T'/M-' gimil,) a- I.W'i, !, alt I I I.Kill T i I I.Noftunal
:Mr. and Mrs. J. R. :Mr. U. D. :Minor has a stalk of tobacco I I :
with his parents - h. :up. E. E. f'aiiova. :Sta'i/ -. 1 1't"
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Davis Hawson is mployed in Jacksonville I plant growing. in the rear of Registered: Errbalnier : ..- -. I'atulilii-s at the Home of ;a I i E. WILSON

by Swift & Co. I his jpwelery store which j i. a* fine a FOR: SAI.E-IIJ: head! of (fonts and 10 Prominent fleiirir't I amilv V!l- JOS.

!specimen to be found in the state. The DeWITT c7lONESStarke I ; ": ing' brae d! sows. W. K.;: Var- I'riiminent Georgia Family .\p- I I

Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughterwill !lt. "- lire large' aid perfectly formed Fla. to.rough. !J.ut! 1 I. :Starke 7-!j-2t
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leave :Monday for a brief visit ) ,rte ---- .-- A prominent, South Onrgiari I in<
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BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARVE FLORIDA .\ Al'Gl'ST I. !IKL:, .

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a -"'ad;r mario<: .t there in ..-t (b" OT,;r....

titior., among buyers\ and a ..!t.! ( : .
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Farmers -- ...: -- :. .. = ", n
I Bradford County rumbfr' it hogs m'1( ri.'j ., ., ; "- II!
:ne packing: hou-.es. \\'hj! 1 'n' r.'J.t' J r

a.-r* i t' ay; .eli!! beat :n )local trade' tv, r- c.kr -

'h. 'K .- f, , i .r f.'.' .UA-. -f . .,. -' demand l an average of I'.. ","> I
l .. , .' -r.oiMijft' .1. ':' : rrr ; "? : ??
.SWI.KI, ,Pal, flit| :-HII'MK.M: ? .1'| pounds live weight. ; r1
ard J this shortage mj' b<: ,i.nr- 'tf t'.r /. rla'* r, ,* a/--j rn--t ro in I il
rl\\L\f' .
year Those vho intend erga. r r Simple Operations
I com or 10'"; shall U ramgliould: procure pur"-br i rriiKhifrade
Keep ,I'otators Out of Sun to Present (,f fried eggs and thicXT.: The chickens lava.Jr. breeding stock at the -t-irt I
s t should be kept free from insect short, the label' required by; pure
4,' -Kot. j 11'.t*.. mould be started on that best food laws had prevented fraudulent Where stock it n one desired can cross to grade th.m,jp' with native n! ; Fitted Together II :
with shade substitution and the of unwhole
use
feed nulk
I ('atl"a'hlpment/ of early w -tpotatoes I I of all hickcn - any of the improved breeds am produce -
will begin in the near future, ..f tre.s <,T crops, and grown without some material, due to the fact that good hog, However, this :. an''
' t E E's Indications are that good pnc" will I -.untinjf, from 111l.j 1 of care and feed. ''the intelligent American housewife expensive method !!since it take- t... ,. I t I':' ,. I ,t
; reads the label.Unfortunately.
he received I' There good should autumn be no chickens better than place the to however, there are I years or longer to improve the q jai":: ;. The business of Swift & Company a
The acreage to sweet potatoes was grow j so that it will compare fa\orabl:. with kI
1 greatly increased this, :year. especiallyin Florida farm. Give these little chicka some food products now on the mar I better bred "oR's.'hll" the breed. I-: I is the fitting together of I
IIta.r the run of a sweet potato or peanut ket various sections of the country ;
1 north and west Florida Crop !largely personal' choice it ,is t" ti.- il
I
the patch ahcdtPT them where the air u to which our protective :labeling lawn 1 simple operations .
'r tistician S. T. Flp.min.aYI report : advantage of any community t'', a i-1 I many I II
r indicate/ at 'least a pure where the coop IH clean, and have not sufficiently applied, and in \ t
: on July 1 I Isuch here closely' to one breed fr :h- -k': i,7
s, inrreasn in acreage overlast grow the bent chick you ever did in cases jhe housewife in naturallyleft ,'of in marketing '
10 per cent : I uniformity! I
I
in packing',
I year: This' l.s for the state as a your 'life You cannot afford to be ( in the dark. Take for instance ,1 The more intelligent u-.. ,.r ar' '- No one thing a

g whole.' On this basis the 10J9 acreage satisfied with the few hen. you now so-called Self-Rising Flour; there are I cholera serium, has changed th. Ilt- business is particularly difficult j
.i the small flock are now [ no laws requiring tho label on these I
will i- about 10/W compared l with own, or you titude of farm"rllVh", hc-itate-i. to. I
rearing if you want to do your part j jin i flours to name the ingredients. Theseare for trained to do it but no
; :30,000\ acres. in I 1918.' buy: good! "hogs because of the pn>iiib'' men ;
is about readyfor ffedmjf the folks' who will demand I Im'r. j still bought blindly with little "I II
While the i-arly crop loss from cholera. By u- nir MI'a j
.' Florida poultry product the knowledge: of the ingredients. for the ,. one thing is enough. I
'late ,
till I""< "I irg' not all the crop wallows hogs are kept tree ft."" I J'' i.
; ha et, and 1 some plantings are I coming eight monthi. Got busy. reason that there mixtures seem never. Medicine and a change of par'ire '! III
: : t.q; : : to have been subjected to the
:; -- samelabel
.. II t keep them free from worm-.
N IIL mlh'''' I Thousands of other operations I
lc;. 'nrt. ngent S. W. Hiatt is ,sendin t'i COUNTY AGENTS': REPORT requirements a. other mixed. A "till more important cnid- 6'ar' ,n ,.' :/
'J' food products. One is unable ileurmme
: .jt" word. of warning to the -hip- to is the necessity of keeping n"ir- './tinned j properly performed necessary It '
from the label' of ,ark
orfJu.kag"
.
(ii t tit early potatoes urging! that I 1'1
t "proper, tare be given in digging! WU;;. Corn yielding as. high a11 of Self.Rising Flour what. thequality range they: cannot avoid l '"n' / "-i, for the completed processes. And r'!
t .
f of the flour 1M.I
Whether the potatoes nr! to he mark tnnn of ensilage) per acre. Marker I I "oiiturt' with sick animul" ,.J' glut! <. i i I someone must fit together all : ,
i etrd on the local" market or are to hI and Napier grasses very promnmt'n 1 However the housewife' can easily over pastures that are infe-tn] w'h '

,i ,shipped to a distant market, imme .\ inr reaped acreage of sweet potatoes become thoroughly informed about worms A business! a. i nn,stun: II' r I '. these thousands of simple oper- Ii'l//
,, ii dlat'IuI"; '" digging' they should, be : over 'last year. Boggarwced and l most products and, by a profess of hog raising reqnresmeiit. arefil' n'"I' ' I.,
; gathered up and put in the hnde out rowpfni for hay looking fine Mr. careful selection of such products, : and if handled! ,propeimam i i.t''' I n I In.. I ations. r' I I''i;,I N
... Wm. EdwurdM building another safeguard/ health and make pur"" f'.', j Isr ,
of the hot sun. Much trouble has is piofital'l" 'nnd't a gnat' r vi ,I
j. the allowing brick Kilo on his ranch at Plymouth. 'legislation effective. ,f ,, . ' .
i been experienced in pant by J..y i '"111 f IT r .J'i iiT'rfrul /
The with which packing /11
success a
'the potatoes to remain in the This i n the: twntj-xwond silo in th" . .---- .- far: ', ig 'a,d' taki'ig-, ',
field either on th' ground or in hampers county. I HOG M \X.UIMF.VT; ": : () -- .- - : business performs its function of sup- !, '

f for several hours after digging.Mr. Liberty County: : Organization work HKINft IU T riK-TLT-:: Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days I plying the best possible meat products ,'III
) Itiatt cays the exposure to the prngre4sng r nicely. One meeting! of IX PKK.sE.NT: : M I If RKETAt DTUMUM n-fund mtmrj It PAZO 'UNTMENT fall I I
:I'I'I I sun for a half hour will often cause I'armerx' Cooperative marketing association iocur Instantly" ll.hinu.relieves;I blmil.itching: lli-e)I i the to begin rotting withina wan recently held whenabout restful ble ii afier the first av ni.nuoq.; Prtbv tAH;> / 11
I potatoes _! .L _. the present price of pork there i ; possible benefit to both him and the t, I i
i few hours' time. The newly dug 4'i of inr: most mfluentlal men ,
is a satisfactory' margin of } to
"" I potatoes moist OK they are, Braid! representing all sections of the county the farmer who produces' ut rroti.II bi> I I. I producer depends upon the energy, ,IIIII j

: I readily when exposed to the nun, and were present. The Fair Association growthy hogs and grows a rotat..n ,if brains experience, and faithful effort of f fi i'
rot will begin almost immediately. has begun work and indications arn .,
pasture 'lasting' through 'h. .
The bent plan is to have hands follow I that there will be a splendid county crops i the men trained in the business. r iIi
,
tire ,
year, along with sufficicrn' III Ii
fair held this. fall. j i
Immediately behind the digger pickup peanuts cowpeas, and chufa- .rplernent Women :
the ,potatoes and curry them to a Escambia: County : There 11 a bumpr the pastures, and fa''" 'n. I'' Swift & Company turns the pro.duceis I; '
I shade, whenthe>' can be. properlygraded corn and /potato crop. Some earlysweet 1'1 I
hogs for market A. I' :- '
being sold locally says i Hero Is a message to live stock into meat for the I
and packed For the early potatoes potatoes lire .
i of the Florida' Experiment .vOwing > ' .. from
: Mr Miutt rtdvocates marketing it the fancy /price of $:i.Gb per bushel.! to the high prices of nil ., Mrs.uttering W. T.women Price of i consumer at a profit of only a fraction ,. i I II,
'0 the in hampers. The count"agentx Shipments out of the county, will begin j '
crop K""I ant-
feeds such l II Public. :
"lurchy as sweet j I'' i' of a cent a because it fits these '
; 'are ir si ting the farmers in.. in the near, future. Fair premium nsava and dasheens, and fared with ;alnful. .", I pound 11'1 11'1I
f seeing that ,the potatoes are properly i Ii i .t is out and farmers generally arc slop should supplement ' she writ"* "I got down I ; operations together with the least j'
grit i i iu
J I
Trader' ) Any one wishing this BT- ntcrestcd. in making the fair a Rue with a w .iKneaa In my '
I possible. lack aid llab . .( waste, overlapping, and friction. I'
vice cnn secure it by communicating: CMS tins year. : Ii IiI
Stock, hogs can be kept rv', Ii I felt helpless and dla- f 1'1.\
; i
with the county agent St. f.ucie County: Some of the early' J
.. .. . largely on (pastures ; howtv.i" couragi-d..I bad about I
planted sorghum will soon be ready g.Vfcn ip hopes of ever '.r Do you believe!t government direction !
will slowly without i I
grow soil
for irrmding With the IIIt two ". I
well whena
lit: I'.MCMI.KS.M; ; !) ( KOI' IIS'INM.vins being ?aa. .
; :; weeks several' Kilos. have been filled. hogs should be supplied with ,,' friend Instated I could do better ?
This county is going more and more green forage ami HO munagi" j '. II : I I I'I
i consume as much of it with.' > .. TakeCARDUI'
.
i, Keep" fisted! As. to The liest Markets. into dairying' and general" farming, in ,
I spite" of the many groves that are as posNJble, since forage is b;. 'n' I I I II
planted, out every! year. Plans' are heing cheapest feed Next to the production' ,.r farm products mnrle' to hold a county fair duringthe addition to pasture, one or two 1 pc.'nul''' I It will interest you. I I
arid just as important, i ill the winter or early spring.. Last year of grain daily for every hi,I'' I' d 'r Address Swift &: Company ,

matter of, selling them at a profit. St. Lucie made an exhiifat the State'nit1 of live weight is sufficient for :} 'ung Union Stock Yards, Chicago: 111. I 1'/'II'III i /
,, Sam T. Fleming of the Florida division l and the success' there has probably hogs. It is better to feed the grain ,>I II '
kl t' ut the Bureau of Crop Kxtirmites: done more than anything rise in twice daily from, troughs than to allow ;
.Rays that the successful farmer is not stimulating the organisation of a the hogs to gather it from crop TIN Woman's Tonic I I
always the one who raises.. the biggest county fair association. in the field for the field the hogs will f fr

.., crops' but the one who gets his cropW Lake County: General crop eondi- 'live_ entirely. off the grain since.. they.prerer :., rrn began CarduL la l/I Swift & Company, U. S. A. ':
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into the best market.It tinny good Hiiy making a I n to the pasturage. ay feeding i a short while I saw a ,
: ill just as necessary fur. the farmer Tangerine crop light fUIIIIWinJt'j it this. way, pork can be produced, | marked difference . I I, \
I to l knew wher" his best markets i, grapefruit normal. on Florida farms at a comparativelylow I !crew stronger right I 1"" ; I II
+ alu:.?, and It cured me. I
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j and what amount of :Manatee spoil cost.
are competition County: Celery' and \ I
than I
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? act stouter!
\t he IK 'likely to have in selling his beds doing nicely. The seed, for the Corn, peanuts! chufas and velvet | i have been la ye rs." I Jr. THIS SHOWS' : .
t t darts! as it is for the ", ,,'"r"-I hulk of the year's planting was purchased beans are the best Florida' giainfor" ,I If vi 't su!'"r. you can I r' /t S THE w HAT AVERAGE BECOMES DOLLAO OF ; rJ
: merchant I to have the information in by the growers thru the local fattening. Sweet potatoes, "a<..ava',,' appr elate what It J I! RECEIVED BY j

i order to Hiicceed.Tlieie I grow,ITS association, at a good 1 ,saving and, dasheens when boiled and mixed' 11 menu' i t> bo strong and ,nL: 7.. ert ly ,,,yr. i J'SWIFT & COMPANY :/ [i4t
IH. no reason why the farmer m eo.t price.<< There, lire now five suns with grain, gives satisfactory results 11 we":! TJioujrn-ls of wo- c 0 i FROM tot SAtf DE wEn -- I ,;'
Who feeds he world should! not know 'in the, inim'ilinte, section of (iraden- in fattening hogs Torn rind. -w....'t I 11 rieu give! Cart: ; the 1196 85Z t)1 eStt 4NOBY Nil IS PAOUUCTS PAID FOR THf "'"1'
their! roodLealth.
rrci1 for
what the world. .! needs and the price, it town where there were none two /potatoes are good finishing feeds, fin I :. It should help! "lgrnM'-N'"' Ta. ioEf Live ANIMAL
can afford to puy. years! II go. the production of firm meat and lard you. Try CarduL At all 4 / 0
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Gradually the % tern. of colleitin, 'rnk ."6M, a --- nr The 'lower prices paid in druggists.; E-73 /\J
1 and sending out information" / on for 'tisng, done by others they are not dewing | are partly due to the lack. -uflimi!< ''I 0 0 J

products has developed, , until at tl in the exceedingly 'large vol- ,|Iu hogs to furnish a umfoimiippl1. J
, present time the department,, of .1gr ,.,ID of usincss as they would be if ill throughout the year. In ordi'r T",have,, I

culture thru the lEuteaii ..r Prop IX; ,'y had I been and, were now doing" a |ha ._ .
mates keeps, the glower" ""t,1, .nn/ tl< ',i-ral amount of advertising whicha -

'+ acreage planted., each jeiir to most o. .. trod".snit' 4uutcan: ythut,\\Jo.I1/\,, /?; ..

the important cropn'' its condition/ tent tor., at woik Farmers are con- A Mammoth Reconstruction Project
from month to month and! the piobablu \incerl that improved machinery, is

I, yield that may be expected, an I Die best method.Suwnnnee .
; the number and condition "f each, knd :: ('til" tmovement hn.. jmi-1'"' '" "r 1"111''"'' iiui.Bnni.Tiii'SHi.ju'' J! : :!!: :' :. / "j.iiniTan:!' ': :\ :;" ,7'self"7LlMi"IYMYyJ"GI"' :: : t :.' : ; ""eMimn JIlr.CIlIIIII'J:: : ::?::: 3r NIICIIwr""w:::!\ :: : i .:":::,"':::' :"" '"'::11':111r'l:": :::'?:f Jr.::: ::":. I,".:C"J::::::

{' of live / POSSIBLE-AND NECESSARY-BY ADVERTISING
I itcni.i of importance, such as farm, 1I'. d'' ;1'I"" t tt 1'A gettogntheMM'tin MADE
; 1, prices, storkx left on farms etc t, I ).' f 'Ihis information which tin nIl 1'1' ut I IIM Ii Dakuirnst' .::. Local banker
get from the grower them-i-lM, '< MIn .. lii'e' ',|ire-sed t'li' .it willingness to A

t large measure' is not only i nimble, I ailMince money f, i. he I purchase nf
t' but it is (the one source of information/ cows ;Much interest is manifested '
which the grower knows is not piejudici'd. ', this time, ami the prospects arc that ,tl'"a' :I
'. enough milk will bn produced" to have
Jut to the, extent/ that farmers a milk "depot' established. The county; 1"r

have cooperated in furnishing/ this information dumber i of cumnicccc is devoting; '

and in using' the (1'oTi-rn-; much energy to the advancement IIf : : .,...-
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mcntH report in planning/ IIndlCrllw- agriculture' and the county agent hat r. ''''0
Itig their crops and! stocks, they, have the full support of this body of men "1 1\::4': :" aJ I :. ?! I .

freed themselves from, "the wiles of I the I'rilk iiiinl.v : Many growers of 'large" .. ': !';!m Hu'\o!I Do: .- -.
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.. speculator and I have been enabled to 'area changing hands. campaign for . UUllt . -
take advantage of. sit uotwns where clean feint being '"nl'h.,1, .\ good curw: : \: !{ ';- : I L <,

too much or to. little of certain crops t.,it i us ir'ip is in evidence.Ihivul r A.UP4 E t -''' 'F ruT33TID'

p have been produced. County: The corn crop as !i I- !oJ = ..
I The farmers" of. the future, whom we n whole has been cut short by exoessive I ii i ;mI-[ p 1

'Y now see earnestly, at I work in t the corn nuns. Sugar cane and .sweet "po ,,, l ,= -- :i

"k) or pig( or canning ilulm, 'is going. to .'" ,Hiiirered. less. damage ,perhaps' . : .. . l; I ._"__---n d: P .ffIHuu"'ttr. ; ." ,
bo an organized specialist., Ho will than any other crops, hut n norma '" I i Ehn: frl' : ctaetr tl : !!jI.f"I
e not only !know how. to grow two )blades< yield of any crop is out of the ques t- jdl'lllltH!! !! ,. 1 'I jr, ; .
i F. of gras wlieie his I Dad I raised one, tion.IIrimndi. : !\,-' ____ :
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nut ho will know just uhut part, of ) County: Crops( good. Con" := ; ; ; .

the world needs, that grass and what crop will produce the heaviest yieli ....
Ii it nhinild pay for it. in years: ('ottoll u failure on account 7" - I

, I of the wi-evil. Hay crops /poodOkcochobee (, FACTORY
NEW WRIGLEY CHEWING OUM CHICAGO
, ; sr.M.Miu! : rorI/IKY ',IIMKIntorext : County: I Interest in

! l lI j; j dairy cattle increasing.. Sixteen head!
in poultry in increasing' or fine Jerseys were recently brought .1

fii:} I t high prices forggi. aim! and live into this county. already tremendous chewin Bum factory of the Wm. Wri ey Jr. Company
M poultry is attraiting attention to this Taylor ('ouuty flag acreage being
,. f t' side of. l-'lorid.i' farining.' Folks are ,planted to ,sweet, ,potatoes. Hogs. in THE Street and Ashland Avenue, Chicago, is to be doubled in size. The first I

. J wondering where the eggs ami. chukI bettor shags this year than usual',
1,1., .i,' ens are coming fiom to supply" the owing. to the! increased. acreage! put largo unit of the new structure is now under construction. \Vhen completed, the

>, a floods of the tourists next" winter. Pr.i to small grain last winter. and feet of devoted
million
i N. W. Snnhorn.) poultry wpccinlJHt, at - .- new plant will comprise a a quarter square space, entirelyto

I I the Agricultural College. at (;iainoHville IIS'RI111V.11'lll\i i IN I SJI.F.CTlXn'I'ry : the manufacture of chewing &um. The area covered is six hundred by three hundredfeet
,. fidvi.seii larger September) hatch-, OODS! .{
I.. \,, logs than ever before, lie says: "It the building being eight stories high with basement It is of heavy re-inforced

It, certainly unto to grow more fall ":\ though' housewife has Track facilities for
exterior.
and white loading fifty
chickens than ever "In-fore in the stnto. long. since 'learned 1 the advisability of concrete steel terra-cotta cars at

Hatched in late August, or early in purchasing/ only standard good of one time are provided. Special features are a modern roof-garden, recreation hall,
:, Heptt-mher, the! cockerels will lie in established merit. I
K"'' the pullets will ,begin to lay in the advertised food products of national
4.. early days of tho new year. There I ii distribution mut of necessity conI" gymnasium: and showers. S. Scott Joy, Architect. E. W. Sproul Co., General Contractor




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FRIDAY AUOfST: 1 1. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVbLVj : J-

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'" HU-OX:FARM :NKWS:: :NOIES:

I j An Old Time .


{ Saying Love's Emissary ,1 uly Superintendent J. S.

Dlitch who has been on a vacntit'nnnj
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-- with the Woodmen of the World in

Chicago 111., writes that he is thoroughly
B RAY AIUJNCTON !
I B, AUGUSTUS C. SHERWIN ,'njll 'inlt' his trip and will arrive -

- - back' un the job Monday, July :r _
+ n 's'!' I tile llo-t| ;i;;ri.111. unit IIU'lO
:JMh.! We have missed our much

(pairs of snilllnii '''M turned InvolunIj me out ? _
much during his absence of two -
$ Ij toward Eilu-l Itrlmrs, ami the "It's a queer one, Wycherley and a weeks while Asst. Supt. 'i\'. K.: Brown \__

Jjt: >rlnhtlles.t, of the trio Lorn Vance strange mission you are suggesting." has handled the job very nicely. First 'e.

rJCsinlllarly quoted\ : "Simple'; enough/: I should .say" submitted Captain L. E. Musley: states. that he

>W: ". n"ez" on Tuesday and kiss aflrtrangt ISurton Wycherley. "As I have can not recall" a time when things

>r I". told you I passed two weeks at fen- I 'I-- '
\uni along bettor than they ha\e during -
1'fIC: In pretty cxnccernted tndljmntlondlncted ham with my old 1 college\ chum Nat ; Mr. Itlitch's absence. This only _

;Ethel u mock resentment lit Worden. I fell In love with his sister. _
goes to show that there is honor -
tth speaker.! Ilentrlce.! or fancied I ..II.I\ was attentive
among prisoners anti that they will
i-l'f"lmprob01,1, to h"r.Olw! Is I I l C i Sill )
( nnd Impossible< !I" Rhe certainly a queen
(iintinue the good work laid out b)' /'l 1&.itL.I jj"fl
declared and the flrst whoever r
with conllilence\ and tho In- among women, one -
Mi. Butch uiul hold\ up his hand even
e1h' 'nt .Irt it. ."i into i oln.etirlty ainld the struck my fancy completely. The when he IK absent.I'ietam'cs 18 cents

(casual ,-i-liatti of the hour. night/ I left Denharii I wrote her n letter .
along with a few .sketches"
Ethel was a Iwurl.freInsome be- telling her of my love. I finked' her ___ a package
were shown at the Farm Auditorium
DK, mi a week/- xl-lt j t to .\11111 frescott.There to take time In thinking? over my proposal -
Saturday en'ninwhl.re larpri* ,
[ wentun. oilier Jlrlo:1I..8tS: nnd of marriage.' I said/ that within a _
crowd from, the outside attended anti .
[;Lora was one of t tin-in., A fourth was : two months I would 1 \return und \learn If1
-ecmcil to enjoy.The .
exp'I.,1 that exi-iiliiK or on the train my fate. j
: family i of :\lt*a hey l.uck clerk 'in are in n class bv themselves easily the
JlPxt ni'irnlin I ,/ I Kihel;. had announcedIfcer .\IHJ now joti' hn'hnno'(1/ your CAMELS::
(the Supi'i'inti'mlont's office have I"'c'nisitoJ'
Intiiiiioii" I ol 'tin.etlns; her at the i wind I \ ?" nt the Kami today. :Manyother "<,''u,,. the most; likable cigarette you ,

rdi'pot. Lorn. Aid.i :und Dora Wayne I "It looks so, doesn't It? See'; here I
"relatives of prisoners were also ever smoked. You can that! Simply
prove compare
PtOI(' off t to u ,ini\f| show about 7 Brandon," continued Wycherley, almost I. '

[o'clock. nthi 1 vuilied I holt an hour i anxiously, "I'm no lit candidate visitors.Several I Camels pufl-by-pufl with any cigarette in the world at j
men have recently I"'i-
[ and went. out Into the hull to put on : for matrimony. la the flrst place Fin ,
ed pardons and li-ft the Farm to enter any price Put quality flavor and cigarette satisfaction -
in wrap und n hut to Unit, Lorn had not worthy of sueh a peerless creature. I
life again the outside, lion.A. .
ssurnod the fnni-j' of swIng those : as th'itrtceVurtlen.. Suppose I should. on to the utmost test I.
Z. .\ of Ktarke
kins.
parts of her \\nrdrohe len\ln> ln-r, tire. of her, ? ::;uI'polle011<' should tire presented Ctmrlm,. mold evirywi '1//

[ own picture Inn nnd II 11 cltH'1 nu"I>' loud of me 7""Wycherley seveinl CUSPS at the recent meeting *.f< ,nccu'ttttic1v.eaied. Made to meet your taste, Camels never tare it, no matter how f

[ checked wrap In t tln-lr I i place., 1'rltiiiI1yexchang. ," broke In Karle half I of the Hoard and was successful in p.cIcIJJI of JO ciiiarrllf* or liberally you smoke them I The expert Mend of choice TUI kish l'l!:

of this eluiriu-ter, was obtaining pardons for ,,,'vcrlli.mong npIJC'/I.JIOOC'I/II.( ) and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels !
I! a eoni- Indignantly: "plenty of money o/ICII'I" I in a tfdvftf rmpaiarcaverecfcarton tlt'lghtful-so lull'I' ,r'.
his, clients
man feature with the group nail there tire have spoiled 'O\l. Wedded to your were several charity cases.! Wi strongly reconiinend bodied yet so fascinatingly smooth anti mellow-mild. Every .

vas nothing. better' to do than to accept pipe' your dog: your club your Indo- M! Adkins< has not onl>' been successful this carton for the .
keener I
time I I h. enjoyment
I the Mutation and make the best lent bachelor ways, you shudder at a in procuring pardons but established horn fir office aupply of you ;'J

[ of It The depot WHS only n few responsibility that may gild your. n fixed confidence the Farm. 'hfOn you travmt Freedom (rom any unpleasant ciRuretty after taste or any :j.\\

{ Squares distant and I5thl coon reached whole future with contentment andhappiness. Services were held lit the State R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. unpleasant cig.iretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are. ...;,

| It. "She' remained outside on the platform ." Farm Sunday, July :L'Tth! by Mrs. 1,. Winiton-Salem N. C. ..

wnlklii";; up down Its IcnRth/ "",'ell, I want you to manage to see A. Odom, of Jacksonville Mrs.I Odomis enjoyable.In Q

nnd rousing/ \lcilnnce/ and Interest n"lItrlct'orll..n wheu) you go to I>eii- a fl'elluent'is ilol' here and takes fact, Camels! appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so

ns the tniln. comprised of three ham next ", 'k. That, H easy, for you u genuine) interest in the prisoners. many new ways you never will. miss the absence of coupons ,
She is the wife of :Major J.. A. Odom .,
conches came to a stop. know Nat Worden at well as 1I1)'M'lt. I premiums') or Rifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality l
Ethel centered her attention on tho Try nnd find out If my rn-h letter has :Superintendent'; of Hope Hall. >iii1il

two rear curs. She wns somewhat become an open "'('('f.t. Kind out If I The best ball game; of the sea-on,

disappointed as, watching the (car' Beatrice has any particular liking for vvaphi>.cd. this afternoon. The score

plnffortn and seiitinlnjr' the Interior of me. Fix It up some way, obi, boy, so being three to two. The grand stand J

the conches through/ the windows she I won't be worrying my life away over was crowded ns usual Those who

mnde out nothing of her expected the great mistake I have made." did not cure <> follow the game cnloycd 'q.

friend. Karle went down to n..nhom. met the music, nail refreshment. .

"She! will come on the morning 'otVorfl..n and they went off on a ('" throughhe afternoon on Ill<'

trnln." decided Ethel. and wag about fishing, expedition. Then Karle met stand. ,

to start away when) the last passenger Beatrice Worden. The first time he I'rnyer meetings in most of the '

of the cnioM| swung off caughta : saw her bit decided that Burton Wycherley buildings! \ere held immediately' after

side view of the wrap that enveloped had not exnggerntcd In pronouncing supper Sunday evening. Every one .;.:fl

Ethel hastened toward her her a
threw one arm about her and Imprinted It almost weakened his to and doubt do lots
loyalty promote meetings they no :NOrirK (IF API! ICATIOV (OK TAX flEEDt| f " Ill 'Im I s, pi A H i Hi mil 1 u, ii' The Quinine that Due Not. Ailed The HeadIlrf ,
n warm resounding kiss on the cause of Wycherley, once of good. l.-o..t: . IS..1''IllS' A"!.' 4 IIArTKK tI. ,. I Iii .f. uiul, I ',,'Inoc ",,1.1 I Hi. .lt!i il I I
4'Oo'., LA US OF FLORIDAIf .. .1,,, ,.f .ftlt. A. II I lit' nnd, hn. fllfd III.. Hnlilr. ..... of Itn tonlr anti, \ laxative rff... t. I.AXA- ;.
cheek.Ethel .
himself.
one under the thrallof her loveliness Wp promise a good show Saturday I 11\1 t. IlKOMii i I nllcnti I In. ni, nfHn .. ,01 hit nindi> nijitl.iiilif.ii .
uttered n suppressed scream.If of face and! mind. I'hl'lepUlP" served through the afternoon on the ..rk>y nnl.cv IK III..... thnt 11 W Moor I fur p tnx ili-t'il t I to ,ii.iiiii> in ......,.1"..,'. I anvom. without rntiMltiit ...''V..I.. .. nr rliullnithi ,
thf hi nil .:.W.I..111 IV F S .I |II.'''"' tin. I.e. ..Ilk.!
of \
>urchnHr IHX Hiilr rtrt I flcII riiimln'ri'dr .
l 'I ,it. hi.... Hi. will .. rliHoiil.K" .i.fll I I It i'ly
name one hud tired a cannon ball to like Karle from the start nnd boatIng 2nd. welcome. rut |
evening August Everybody at her. she could not have been more at tennis, or watching the long: No aIm. this ion. flood: music Colk'Clor ..r Hrudford County Florldn, RaulcertillcnU'H I I' .lorl.lH. n ..'...,.d nt thr lain. of thiiMHiinnci. >
astounded. With vim .she tore herself shadows on the moonlit lawn evenings, and refreshments. IriltiK dm,-.l 2ml ilny nf July A. I>. i of Htirh cprtihciit.H In tin. nnniti r.*. I ;;
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1117, And tin* fllid nniil c -,iflrnt. In my sptrtUi'ly. lii-ri'ltinfti .. .
free from the embrace of thenew the hours sped by all too swiftly for The writer of this article wishes to nCllot' And liim. mmli ii-i.licntiuii for tn ilfi'il' lO'Wll( particularly .t fnrlli FAKE"ASPIRIN f

arrival. Her plowed I with the visitor/ whom both !sister. and brother to irituju, I in Hrcortliinn* with tnw Tho .1.1)
eyes I tusk of his many friends the favor of n',Un.a"i 'n re*'pectin'lv I cmlirHci'H I ii,. fnllow. CiTtlllrnli.. N.,. I II i a ..nil.rniI..I' I II I i.r IllliI"
I poorly suppressed.' Indication/ her made fully I I welcome.Kuril . pMnhnsing a book. title, "Supremacy: i IIIK \land ill' Mrniir ird, County, Moi,'idn, HNiH I .itt I. T A ('"'. A i 111! I to Slnrli.'. HH"*,HI.il
face nssumed 111111."Uow <'il Ht th,- dull nf I the irutuBiic.' <>t ouch. <*i>r* 'i 0 i II It AlilimmnliilillcHln
lovely an ittiisry: wiw surprised and pn//le l I of :Morals which will bo sale livthe , ,
on tifictiti, N I in I UK. riitiiHfi juTtixi'ly' I rolnnfter Ni" I I'" i.mlirni" i nil Si>ulhwi.nt' WAS TALCUM
dare >oil !" she quavered. nnd when. the second day of his !sojourn lit first of .\111-:". I nm the author of ,I'firhrulnrly' pi-t forth ttrwit.Tl.tiritN' iiunilir of N.rt h-iiot! 'titi' ,rl'r N of iCy 'Jit A.
A nil Houthi'iwt ,'r0' Mart. iat,
her dainty IKts clem-hed II Ioh: II)'. :She I ),'mhin, mu. he managed III bring I the eonernatlon ":-11I1; Bias," "College! Point Kvcnmgs"; .i". No HI I .tnlirtiriH. r.otn. 7,. 4. 9 Ain I ..r Hv :.t. A A'un.r A' I In NMI,"tin n,t rornir ipinrli'rM ofSouth

had swung quite within the rudltis of \. around to his friend I In thecliy. und "San Juan tic! Ula." These books in, Hlk. t in \\Vnrlhinwt.in .to-.". ,I N J. half nf N.., tin.iml 'I"'trh"Or >1"11"'.,.,

llulit receded 1"tl'.r' \ lI'1I smiled I I .. I i'a rri'I h. ipini'ti.r & /Moth InIf. ,,,f Houthi'nHl, 'ijunrli fIr
th. pliitform The.tniriBcr I < pleasantly 'I'fI" Therefore Insist
be obtained through the Fleet (*..i rI tiflculir' No. 17J "-rnbriin, H Wi-nt halt of Soulhi>ant itinrti.r. HIT I I'l.:l Tp, ". K. II. Pi K. Upon Genuine -
two steps, M- t thuiiuli: be hiul )been at the mention of his name asthough I'ubli-liing ('0.. New York City. The :N'orttn,I, a--t <|imrtir of. :Nrt ls,'at tU.rtr, S<*a, Si H, .tier',. .MtxiHiMl tusk ttuiwlt
driven r iu-k by II blow, Ills fact- WIIH ; I It I awakened I friendly.I memories, :al. 'Ti fi. S 1 U. 22 K. 20 ncr,. iirtHi-nncd K I I.iii I. I .'..111I.i a ..... No in" ..llll.rili'iWmt, hlllt0' "IJayer Tablets:
article ill this issue of the .
: Telegraph, ,. ...
I I. Mi 1.1 I luilr I .r Soiillmi' i't '""IIII'r0'( 14itil "'..,l
a void.I of consternatlon and embarrassment. but nothing I : Ii Ion'. She: acted neither I I gixes an outline t I i of the ''S a h r'niay of l'i.rtitkMliNo. L'0,,' ftnl.ritci'r. l.ot 2. Hut iliinrli'r. Her I!.'. Ti n, H |It JJ K: I HI ncn'Hn of
conscious, 'nor embarrassed.! The letter I IVychi.'rii'y Morals." M.n'Hdd. / to Utmii'tnn." Sic' I I1'. Tp T> H It. ...'..i.il II.; w. Carter Aspirin"MillioiiH
JJ I I' .iiHi.t'HNtd, l>nnlt I tltllttmy (Vrtlllcnln No. Til I'tnlirnci. NorthwiHt qua| "-
"Thunder'' :" be ,exclaimed and the, \ had alluded I to apparently i'i' -------. --- -- 1',10', nit mild, crrt. tMcntf* nlml I 1 I..* rtrtremndirronliiiit t, r of /Moulhi'HMt, 'lii"| rI"', ..r Soutliui ipinrtfr. ,
genuineness of his emotion was u\l- had made no particular I Impression' ( to. law lax dm-d uitl tHUiu' on th. "" ,'e. .'.".. Tli' n, K II'J! K; t III in.n.n. IIHKI.....d '
I KKNOI;: I'KOI'I.i: : 'li Ml; JMti diiy of AutruHt. A. I U. HMO.nri.4M Furt'Hl Si't'hc'r.
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tin and she seemedquite
dt>ncl' \\ my .fll'lnl rttunntiirc. nnd Ht-nl (hit IVrlllleuto No Ml! ,'nb,... Norlliwi.nt( '|1"' .rlr -
TIIEIK: O"H: :.\ S
\ dropped the snti"he) he carried unitStOiiI perplexed' and at Hen when, Karle thi J.rid. dny of, July' A. I U. ISIS of Nurlhwunt( imnrliT. See. :io. Tp ii. S. II.
I rooted ..tiirln* nt Ethel like a began a systematic and continuous system .\J\I.\ST: I'KOITEERINC i W '1'. \\ FEKHS : Ill Yo. ii<" am*. ..........01 Unknown 4

of explaining what a tine, (clitiw'yihi.'rley < ,,'i, ',.**.rk."y I tIn..'. until eirlincati. nhnll .bp ....|.>,.nii.i|
person turned 1 to htone. ."'urltn., In .,. .
I R A WRICKS. Inw. tax ''" will l Him thiTfoilon
Etlu-l Was tliiiillnu nil over trem- \\ was. Then Karle begun to I'ii ri". .July j.-Ful.th'r instances I ;.JV.t Di'puty Cfvrk.NO thiTith of AuvuHt. A. l I' IIIID.l lWilniwH
falter In his devotion to the Wycher have been reported of the public ticking i ny ofllclal! Hlvnalun. nnd ...al thin
hung: on fire with a resentfulm'KX' she I tlu J tlld duy if July. A. I'I'I'\ .
ley Interest for he made vast, their own measures against profiteering -
a mi
WIIH too Indjllke to express In words. : 'tir r: OK AI"'III' \.rIhI/ v H." T \ X HKHI: I W. T Wl:KK8.: l of fraudulent Aspirin Tab
Then strnnire vicissitude of girlish overwhelming. discovery-he was him by retailers A grocer in the MlHI. ,..... IIOS. it ,II" (1I\I'1Ut ''S'1'' Clrrk.; Ids wonm Id l Ity u llrooklyn inanufacturcr .

self ,deeply in lo\e with H"lIlrlce \Vordeu poor quarter of Montmurtre. seeing 4im, I. \ \\ h4 OF ".'"I1It11.01 \. I liy i<. A. \MKKS.: which later jirove.l, to he .
compciHod
she! felt the tears
emotion. snuirtlni 7.28-rt
tilt' rush of for chicken hy mIle In ulti-n' Chill A 7. Ailldnn ; l.ilty| cI.'re.
come to her eyes. Aiiirrlly striving to purchasers ...."'h...fr of Inv Nfl|,* Cfrtiflrnti.. itiimlH'rcil I mainly of Tuk'tini 1'owder.

suppress' themhe, briskly nibbed the, It .became n species' of exquisite tor- und l rubhits marked up the price in ri.HH, Ct 11\"',Iv I nnil !I'lll IfHiifil l"y tin* 'lux Oil.Irl..r :N01K K Of DIRdlAKf.K "Huyc-r Tubli-tB of Anpirin" the true,
i.f Itrmlfiiril. ("..tntv. Fl.irl'ln. Milil' ".>r.I .
the of The crowd
tell-tale pink spot on her cheek with mi nt to Karle to remain I I In till company presc-nce" customers I ill 10 nl. livliur ilnl.il.i2n.I ilny ..t July. A. U. Six mnnlhi rti.r ilutv hiTii.r. I will p"'"".,,, "cniiini1. d\ mi'ru'sn madu nnd I Amcri-

her hllll.lI1- nnil IIIIM ftli.il, sii.t l ,." illtlrnli 'in my ftffirrun my wiucli'i-H anil llnul nci-nunl! to th I ,, I II.n run owned! TnlilcU acre iriaikod. with
I He I decided that I It would be best for At I Dunkirk i northern France. tin >) 'IMIH ,nah.. niMitication, I for l tnv il,....I to <1..'! A. (a,rin'r., (' unly J 11.1". nf llrailfonl t "H I Cru" "
theHafity layer .
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the Was .
I
wrathful trlanre nt strunver.: !> ti in" nrrtirilnnrf. with Inw 'rh. nnlil' Cf>rtilirnt. County' l-'liirliln., nnil n.k for my nnal ill*.
he uudnclniis or ,liiiply H clown ? I Itseyes < I him to at once leave an environment ners who are -trikmg. as a PrlltstltWhlinst I . ri.*,.'..tlv I ,ly i itilirnci M tin I followlnirInn.N I nharK*. an ftinitih.lruIr, of Ihi ChatS of Car- I Ask fur nnd then inaisl upon "Ilnyer
I that tin I ly IncroiiHvd hut deMitlon I to the high cost (.f living made / in llrmlforil County. I I' lurnln HnNiftlit II.r NcWHoin. il C'.iiHC'J Tathjht'ttt of Aiirin" and
".'ri' riveted upon her. His fnco ,I tin I) ditto. of I tin* lutiunnr' of Htirh I .*.rtitlpMtmin I Thin I lllh I ilny of .ltli')'. IIIIU.\ I | alwiiyn buy
was a vast blank., He stood like astatue | H"lrll''urfh'n.. I He sat down one a demonstration in the market pluicyeterday I I I I", ntitnpn rcxpiril\-lv hiniunftir imrtlc.ilinK N ii. WAiNWKirirr' : ; them, in the ni i i itfimil Itiiyor: packu o

unmindful I I of the full en evening and wrote n letter to Wychfrley. after which shopkeeperslovveied -il forth, lo.uil 7-ll-flmoa.' A'lmlnuUrnlor I'I whii'h I'lititaiim proper diructions and
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tliroti'l No
I 'mlirnci a Ihr South linlf
satchel like a person, fairly hypno I Its pages/ ri'i htt'il. the ninny superior t their a 'pru. i.s by (flit'-ha I f. him ..r'o, *, u't "Miinrli A Hfiuth, hnlf! nf Northv.i I Irll"N doHiiiro.Asjiirin.
qualities I I of Beatriic. I lie I toldWjchtrley ilur taken the peopleof A Mouth. hnlf. .SIT. A 'r.\ '( :kh)1iENolica I
ti z,',I. Still. t there was nothing t I of defiance action was by 'UHrl..r 'lit! Tl 4. !I. I it thi trnda mark of layer!
livri'l.y lily< a that I
thifolowlnic
II i ,.
: ir J Hen*. nHMti iii il Mri ('nrri" Ii.
that she would
rldli'tile" I or rudeness I In his eyes I be n treasure linnet) la-t w< ek with similur toult I 'iirlinir, 1.1101.VIII In. mill nt l'uIis, Aucllun un lh* 1\1 II nil rllctu ru II f Montmcetlcncidrsterdrove's

to any man and. while vhe had never Tin il'ri.u-I ,-u--_ in' tb '. 1'imt Monday In Aiiwunt. Illlll. It .Ix-lnu I thv'llh ___ _
nHrain No ; .
He tried to speiik."IleKTet |HIR' mlirari'ii ihiMnulhonit! ilny nf niil' ) n .q
alluded I I to the letter b... Karb: was ., .11'. I 01 t." \ I' ,01, c ,,i i. :.r N..rthwi., t nunrtir, A South hnlf County: of llrnilf'ird.muntli.. Hint al of l.awn-y. in th..* ,
mistake pardon I Florida. or > .
: assured" that Beatrice enti-rlallied' .! ?tlieI I. '. rthutwt, iitnrtir| of .,,,'Ih.t iiunrtcr. much Iheriof n. will liw ncccimary. to |may thvnmiiunt lii .'lvlu. 4 clilll: Tonic
of disconnected 1 sentenceSthat I '1'I.. R. 22 F.: HO,
were tarts iicrin, nB.iii.nllum. .. .
ilui. for h
taxvii ri'ln .
I lno.-t pleasant< reincnibrnnreV' > f't, I I ri.rk. < net opuonlt' nmiurvi vitality. Ii,i' i-o. 14/ hy purifying and i irii 'CI'
limited, I to Ethel's: hearing:, but, thi> .n"... l,5'l her with I III'* cont of mirh, nai,*
I erley. He expressed' his I lritentl I I t M ol. .,tti) ci>rtiflent*'' Hhnll >I. rili' *mit sal adviTtlnlnic. ,\, liluil 1 lie .blond V' u mi noon feel lt. Sir mill Ptettiltil. .
with a pettish spiteful air Ethel hurried I' at once curtailing his Mieatlmi :mid ,nil t t'I' INAIIThLE i .. "''i. to .Inw, tnx ,",..1 will I I I...,*. IhiTfani. II. I. Illnnrhanl. !..... I anil 2 Illock 14 1 Tovliioroiluii, I liT.it I'lltatHN.I
ncross/ the street., What should. "i. ".'h ,lay of A ".....1. A. t> I ril'i town ..r '..wt. |2 HI). |
I 'I'I! vised) Wjcherley. to come on lit onei \' > ... my offtrinl Mltfnnturt. unitml.t. 'thla ,KOHII .lotii.N.. lUnch .o Fait: Luwti-y. II .00. -
I mite tell her friends. ? Should the tell and lay siege to a heart tender mil IW HOTEL 'I I ilny nf July. A. D I'll"!) 1(117 latex II.all. 12 R". ,

them anythlnK nt all ? W T WEEKHflfrk. ('I,". II K.."...... (In. I III icrin W.>.. mil ,, MICKIESAYSh4aA
true. V V JACkS'ONVWfILAtuP1Contete( I '.f Hluek' 4i anil lImit DU" In East I.nwtrr.
She entered the house, flushed, lly II \ '.5KEI: (". -
I It the final effort! of. tin- I ii \s\\\ 12 VS. i iriitiM I .
trembling nnd excited.] The jrlrls: had was i fWem Scn? -
nature to particularly etnpbu-" I tli' SrejmUwtod Cafaiix rant I..*... anil Let (ft Otla Sub'livl.loii -
1.Bup
) ,she could rooms
Somehow
returned.
not yet :
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merit (\Vychrrle,,*' to Be.nrn" 'he F in .:. I.awtry. $1 46. = ..\ k4i55,. QO..I .
>.F1"1 \TIOV hIlt T\ X iiFna
not Ket: her mind away from the Incident CotvctiOCoryierf/ < EverynSmJ lrKtart \ Vnrlon Samnu hilonliCL anti ill In East: l.awl.y. .
I evening In-fore his rrr..I".1' ] ,|i"i'm'|' I Mir II CM"THIN, H Or < II \ I' lilt II .". g $"II es a, rooo: 0"11.Ito. \ _
of for Booklet
of the eM-nlnu. Ethel roamed 1 CitySend t .
s. IAWH OF
i. floltll'tII !::
U re'. I Beatrice seemed! quite thoughtful l.lurl Wllliaml. Ixt .12 Oil HuMlvlaion.' In .. ..1- "", ,,1: N'N OoouNt
about the .house. disturbed and rest allNOU S"ITIt. .I.v notieiIn iiivn Ihm Loiiin, II HIM.i Ka: >t ,..w...',.. ".ao. -
while he spoke. Finally she' said"Mr. ; : i . i-. r of tux Hnlf M rttflrni.. niirnlwri'il n.. "OllEA.1'Sf. p'4
V. It.
less. When there.. camo a ring at the I !Iv 1:. I II. I' ill and ni lununl. liy Ih.t" ItRDtirSIl,
I Brandon. may I n"k you. u question I ; PRoP.i. i Ta* Collector Town nf l.awUyOHIltH \\rf.NOW. \) IItktS, -
door lullhe hastened' to respond' to -- I i.ll.rtor! of llrarlfiinl, Tounty' riomln., ? .
on a subject that has somewhat : < '.'>MenuiMlntr, ilntvl, I h.. :'nil ilnv ofI -- -- BU'T ..Otloo.! .. I..! OO"$
It, hoping' :: It was* I.orn und tlie others I puzzled' Ole011" seenery) decpl) I I I 1. \ Ii {91". ham filiil i unlit rirllflrnt,.. In POll I'In.IC.\Tff-, "
returned from their mild evening dls.slpntlon. I lleit"ion fur ta* In Circuit Court. Hint' of Florlila. Flvhth
the door. It attached to Mr. \\ )'dll'rl..y.011 seem" I You Do ."ore'or", i '. I ,ixniif In nrrorilitnr' *. with lawI Judicial, (:Iretit. Hra.lroril County. In rhanevry
Ethel oiened| .... ,.. .... ,.. ulirlfy I.iimhr ami Supply, Cornliany.
also to have a great: Interest In Impressing (I" 'niil' rcrtlflriit .h.lv .ml.' '. a
was her turn now to iise ""1".0..1.Th..re You are more iimbitu 'us ami you net :n stood the man of the depot' me" with a sense of bis I goodqualities. : .enjoyment nut nt iMrythlnii when your ","I"i I, ,MnnfiJ at Ih,. Hnt of, thf lutunnrii of ...
1 do not doubt his possession j hlo..t1li in i II' .'',.d' i niidiiioM' Impurities in j.. i >'i-ru Inc.... in (hut aRm* rmpi.rtlvvty' A. Shnvi.f. tra'ifliie, an II. A. Rhavor
the of the lips that hud sept ... ('. nml It f ,",'hln. Iraillritf KC
owner the I blmi'l, h.ive ,I ' afi tP pnrtlru.nrly:. t forth InwIt.fi.'ala : .mi.iiny a*
of the same, but- ii vi ry ji-esiinti iift nn
her cheek i '> No I U i.mlrnr.m 14t H'l ,in Wood.1 :. llutrhlnxm and C..mpiiny. l>.'".nilant ,
dainty I There WM an Interruption. .\ servant I the -vyMi-m < .m-mrf' V.L. knctI I.iineniiwt .1 -.. ,- TI'| r. S R 2K 1 10' .r,... It appearing by afll'lavit ai'i'i'i'l. to th* ': '
"Thumh-r! !" h,' nunln uttered and) n..rv'u'll" ,5 B'\\ '.If kn.s, . .1 S C Murfftt I.ill flli-il. In th. alKv,..t.til cans*. Ihu If. A
before he could speak further und appeared' ) with II telegram for I < >\ I C'S 'I .'S: 1I.LISS Chin, 1 USICreiitirl"i . ,II'RI. Vo II ..mlo"' ".. 'A.I 'l 1 17 in Wnoiln Shavvr the >l-f<.nilnt tharvin numitif
i Karle. Id was< irlud! for this Intcrxentlon. I ; ,. KM15.\ T|, r. S II Z-1: E.: !'f ."r.... I in a nun-rmlilvnt' / of th* Slat of Yin.'..
before Ethel: eoiild uron.e herself gay tncrity; nail! Vitality t.y I'nnfyinit HI ,..1 I Fnknowni .l.ln., and hi- I. a nviilint. of Manhallvlll$ ,in
voices and l lively trlppltiu footstep | for hislr'h."t soul was Impelledto I and FnrKluiii"; the lilouil. When you feel '. ,(heat". Vf (17 .rlir*-i f.ot '1 In WlinnHAH Macon ('", .nty. Slat of II.."..,.. over th*
tell Beatrice: all the truth winding its strcnKiheiniiij.( inviKorntin, tlfei i, ,see .<;..e in 'f,. T. 3 R 22 E: O .".... atfo of twentyonYViOS It la tlurvfori-*
announced I the coming of Lurk uud i up with H fvnrld confession of his un- how it brings Lulor to the checks and howIt 5- .1 I W. 5.' Tarhox.'ihiit. t tr.h..t ilfml. that pail nonrvniflunt ili.f-ndant 1 hi- antI
her companions. I .: No (Id imhriun: North HAlt of id hfrcby ri'iiulrml' Ui apprar to the hill uf r.implaint -
| dying love. lie read! the telegram. It improves tin appendyou will then I '-. Quarter of Northi-ant. Quartir of fllr'l in .a (I "..... on *>r 'lMforp M...n..Iay. -
"\Vliy Hartley !" exclaimed loro | ran : aPIr..clal j Its true toni'value.. -. ..h..t Quarter Roc. 2". Tp. I. S. n 22 R.nrr.Mi. .. I the Ith .lny of Autfu A. D 1".th.| .-..
rushing up to the ctrangcr, und klsmnj (iROJC'S: TASrCLiSS: Chill TONIC '. . annivil Rufun MI-RMV. win th* aliawalIons of lalil kill will, l I.e takenn
I "Everything all right. Just dlscovered f. .., fici.t.. No RI ,-mhrar '.nt II In W....". eonfri hy paid, di'frn'lant. ;
him rupturously.! that unfortunate letter" In a pock1 is not a jmt"nt' immcine. it I I. simply n' i. ....-... 2I>. Tp 5.3 R 22 K. I 1'1'i saris. I It In furthur orti>,..,, that this or'li-r "U- puhImhid -
"tilrlu my brother-MNs Prescott IRON and QUIMNK I ; .sus-ndi-| l in Syrup. I KM--I'd TTnknown I one a .....k for flv. conm'Uti'.u .....b
1 et, -never mailed! at alt So (,I'II'IIIOI! ('"..u children like it Thei "I', '*'. ttal l rtlfeatMi) Bhall ho rfflrrmf! aec. : In thi. Itradfur'l. County T,I.II.a.h a nvwnpa'"
Unrtley: and )[II'M.nwn., und our i Then Tnrle looked up to meet the i blood! ner-ilHUuinine. tf, Purify and RUN rol iinir, to .law tan d.,1 l will l I.."" t..reon \ denrent. cleverest of nil Eth.l Hrljfft.." "n oIWh' day ofuirunt. A. D. \'UII.! I This J..n.. .5th. 1919.
I
earnest eyes of Beatrice. Their depths' to Enrich at. flu'se fli.tl/le.. func prcperties 'V T...* my i.Tiridl .i>'ri.>urr. and 'iral. thIs W. T. WEEKS: AY
Introduced I..m. and Ethel: UflhPI'stood. I expressed: perplexity. She seemed Intiiltlvely ) never fail I.. drlvt. < ut impurities! in ' ,,h.yof, July. A fJ IDI9. arAL> Ct.Tk" Circuit" Court
hut In the face of a calamity I the bl.1 l W. T. wrcIKS.! A. Z. AdkJiu. Sollclor for Complainant Htttlmi'K r ; :
to recognize that -:mtrl., w.is I I
for-she aneezeil Thl'-Str .nnih-Cri-iitiniirfwer of (..ROVE'STASTIASS f.n\\I. Wpr.KI"'k '
concealIng something from her. B, R A. :
:
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: ( lull TOMC:' hiu made it -. -. CUfK .
"Kins a stranirer whlnprml< brlpht- Druiity SI. montha aft r da' hror I will pr.-Tl
eyed tiara mischievously and Hartley I i She) never knew what he might havei I the favorite tonir in thousands of home. - -- - .- -- my voucher" and final. account. In the ll.in.
i told her for the next moment tin. was More th-m thirfy-tivp ).'ON" lh'i. fi.lki N lTirP.: OF APPIIf'ATION' rflR TAX roU.II I.*'... A. f.aril; ncr. Oiunty JU-IMV .uf llraofur -
Vance heard us well and his face pouring forth pent-up emotions of his would ri'l" a i'inu4 iliatance, to. Q..t (.IUVE'S I'Mif R HK'TION a Of riMPTtlt1MK. ('"unt,., Klorida. and ak for mr Anal 4'"
reflected the llama,," hUe of Lord's< TASTtLESS ChillrO=""IC vthen '..\\\ f.F rLOIIIUA.Hi I harv,.* a* ..lml..I0',.'''' of th. ..I.'. of J
i I soul. He was free now to present hH I a .'..1.,. nollei" i/ivi-n} that A. 7.Mn\ i D. ""'I.t., d.oMifThia
and In her funrlvln smIle he fanciedhe own claims and there followed. the member "I lli'ir family hud Malaria or r rtla, cr ..f fa* .!.'*. eirt'nrat4' r>'imn.... rend a prt'iugof closer friendshipIn I needed .n boily-buililiiiii.! "rpn 'h-It'\'inll _.. ., .Iy . .. ." I I" I nnd l''i'-i i I hy | 311SPY O PADGETT.dnilni r-,
the future. rapturous convlcnun? that she unf tonic The for null.i is just, the tame to- . l ln f . "Iii". f. r llrnilfonl C''on'y .'1. "- \ .trafor Ktat of J D. I'ailuMt .....

1'.11.1In r-t-i'L-i' "< /.. u th-'"i { day. and! Y'u an get it from any drugstore |I.. '., ,! "r" ... '* I 1. li'"l, I- 't. "'* 'll1'- "e_. 6.3O'Rma.

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BRDFORD COO Ti TELEGR. PB. STARKE. FLORID\
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', o- 'ft : .m :ay;; i .r a f"70' A." > :-i.t w.:Q
."', : .if' ." :\MarE,;ie a-i A.- J 1 ';\ ir.t. f i'r'e :._r .. pa" ..d br *lien. Mr Ba.,,:; Lac*. ] :' morning. .

.: - .. .. IT-,' ,1'"V"' .- :.-. ':r .,r'I'r.: a:; r.r', .' r :MJar. =,t.ar.r.1l; 1'(0: .r-.ed to' : .J. K. Harr.- .

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I '. 'ii -ria -...Tdr.. : [ Th, c. a- .- -.-r'!! Vt. .J! Eppr-- a.-:.. W W. a '. < ,t \to,:!. h- /'m-r. Mr. ::1"\ 0: "'L ,.1..01 ..

County News Item *. '. : -i t ..-- fA -..11. -ne: r.* _:ri3 : Ba <*;S.- >tarl.na- A. :'>1. Gr, h. .. .

fia'. ,.' i a-- .- .r.:+:; r ,jf.t asea.: .> '.** ',r.- say Ia..t week. }lr. and MrD L. R.*oy ,. ; -per' sa"i' :
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i .,-__ r ,,-.ed n'.me v;: her !J:-rani.cn John Rogers! of aorth'ngtpt. was home Saturday from a .at: with of friends
-- tr. Lorfr. Thomaj .n this community one day th* past .
bOur j atives near Macon, & Alex enders ... t: .
t . Ijt'.r.*tln. fact Gathered tnjrlnu the weak "!vc' Jam.- Ma.: k *-.: .*.h". .- ,"rr.d. a see k.Mr I }le4.rs. Gad.or. nffia.< .\ after several n '

I :. fcejular Correspondents. rz *.c:n xti at /..r.e vl1le. v <:*..,i :'ju and )(M. W. O. Brooks of Proaep.ce -:- 'rewj. 1.J"c.rr" Vo",'
parents Mr and :M.1 M :Maxwell\ v:*:td relatives here Sar.day Marr, went on the esc-rsion: to

l Ii 1 .,f Hampt/-- .a-
Ja, Alachua coanty weft vdsitng her Mrs A. B. Starling and sons
<< :t' .rda' af'-r- r.nr a'l I .""r. arr.- are visiting :M-
f. ifMr
TJfU< s-\\ A social wa"jr.or/ at the -/tie Sur.day I
.. and Horace were !shopping
tis
< awai.ng( .
her". a Tv ai? aa
rg !*. W. L. Bagg' last F1'Iday.nn.fr.:: B. E. Brown was a business' visitorto
. '. f.." -. ,#. that ro. i ". \1 : mto
ni Harris
{ Gid made
Theresa." A '.1( : The young, folk met early in tae are- Lake Butler one day recently. Mina Grace Padirett spent : :
i. Sloan returns) :;I&t.r".f rnoor> : tow viurrg, at the name 'it h.- (grandparents i> umg, Mont of the time was devoted Mr and Mrs. Angus Boiling, of near I her Mr. to Belmore ore na; .
1 :' "" r' *" ***"T "!". I at I lAke Park was quit ill. I Ito conversation. Severa beautiful day wth grandparents. .'
her h'rc- a-n social Lake City, visited the latter' paretlt.1 Mrs. W. Lawtey Ir. Hubert Hnrr.-'o
for J. Byrd at
lightfJ'I- ..f A -" r-r-, 'heIl" Ho :r-f- immediately afterwards | pushes of music, were rrdered )(1'. and Mr. T. H. Rivers, one day 1 MisaCasaie Padgett ar..l i ', 1 spending a fewt! -
.,f 'Vi, . ''f f.s-e: >: \farce Park:, and we wish for Otis a.p"'I the ladies. i
r
last week. la-
ev by ;young Carl and Owen were ""hopp -. Mr. and Mrs. H!
y } i/ r..r""ry. 1 ,. ,.** .-- i
Wood/ 1"1.i Those present were Msaeryal.
\f !11..1'( ''' ar.j, ) W. T .-&x.n.r.f Hampton;: was m Starke Saturday : [ E. B. Shippma
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E'aI
Mr. and! I Irma Mulladj. Julia Maxw: FIVE MILE: '
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4 s, week ',1'1 huianest :Mr. W J. Thesser! aa z- : ;Mary[ Thomai. i
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tart
seining !tae.tors to >r boric one day: I Lee Ruth Pnct Rat I ,
children *ere Hodge, Eva :; I Glen St. :Marfor, theMr \ ->'*,-f.-J : af'..rnoon.f1 .
w y Stark dart .,,T Jr ;*, Rowe Ethel Hint and M.rI W.i.e; Five : .
) Mrs Lawrence King of i : Mile, August 1 -Supt E. R.ippel i iT' i Arthur Bfr1i W.. . .
ert, Sunday nr :Mr and -.. will/ be -
> ntPhillips j> Johns, Ranee J irri. LIJa' 1Perry --:-. l'" pr' r
l! business' here1T :
'I \ :aa a : visitor .
.. ; here MondajMr
.. WedneiiU a v:'itor
.. r.! r.-, :h r"< "- Brooklyn, were in our town Oriffin' Rjssell r, .. .r ( s -a'urday and 1 .- -
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t . af', : .e iaj; |I ''leo; E. Wlkir"1-- : : ..
II F' Wv.dir 1 A' I > -rrvr . .. ,:. tOO to at
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Marn Ai'a j ... ., 1'.1"" ." T'.f-r -waa, h.. x"r p.iau ".VI:!'> on :> Drawdy werefr.e |! made a trip t"; Lawteya'; .1 .:.;
.1' r" and,i W'i 1 i.f: )!:uwl.:i iMrs .ts of Mr. and! Mrs P. P Dekle ( ", ... .
Kr'fiA. .air | W. ;. t1' I 1 .. ' !..:; < f' .I' a ;jr. : W C. Hor*. jfjrarir -"* .
.oj? I I'.-T.r .... .rr"j n'r.' T'...Hla, r,'ifhar, , : a few h.JI' :n 0'.1'' tor 1. Mr. and) M'Allan Greene : 1 1r
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w '..r..r,, *f'a ."r, "<.Ie.' a S : r Fodder: p.'i.fg': :. d.:. ' i fruit Ciirt !State if fr i
r.J: '. rd! 'a'th, n-.ftt:. veIr I.. / ar.hrv. and son. Jeff, >"f layMrs. Nancy Dyal ar.d fan- ;-- -vh, ..at :". here Tuesday | I here f ,r thea; .' 'n a-''*>'''. : ... iai I irruit Bradford <-or
M '' D. J.O. Green and Alfred I
't \ ". f. H. .Veal woe :n; arlce, w'r.r.. nir rurg )Ifl!'.da;/ thank their frl"n! for hnach .ri. <-four tarrr.tr* ha1'. .n-- >" r-,. I f.oI.1 if i. Com airs
: f ,torn to Hampton !la' "' man fJn Ounlr! .'bflli hume MonI'.AJ ,I to '" : -. TH',.';.a-; were in our sectior Wedres-I j and then hasa "fi 1'' :., -)1'a, .... i '. "."ant. .

t. : fr,,.,, Ij.ro.n '--'.e v by mbo a'II.ln*..e..'".. ,
:M. Roberts called P. P. Dekle .
J..1 J' .. BAIL: of rr..r: 'rv.t'r"tjIf. been employed. for several weekA. j| Alex Dyal T..day on Mrs. Henrj: Tar; ar !' Mr L ri-.. ."... fondant..... ,,.' F'tn.'..'.".. .'.

I. ;. . r \\'tl.. r .' .'daafter; We are having quite a lot of rain I Mrs fhanccv.. 'if I-acrosse a" r\I.\,, Wilkir.snn matte <. :'J Starke :\ ) 1 -. Mate of F". ,
d,; r at this! writing, which m disa rrea- dram Mrs.Chan :Mrs. fn..r Roberts has returned' Mrs F. )[. Crews and :Mr. ( wai"p., .. .. that proeww
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are inr- .
a, ', of ffl ', '.... wall m our bit on fodder puiJinff i visiting ; home after an extended visit with relatives Crews returned to fjamoav.lle.; .r.-.1 upon him an i .
(1. .r < ". f ents Mr. and Mn. T. M. Haaran. of I : "J -,n* y..a.. i It t IS ''' -r' ,
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: brg at \V.', ln'!sda, "ft.,.raoon.Vt Eddie Millard of Water->ak. wa Hampton this week. in Savannah. Ga. day. -.adeat. 4f.ndant boo ,,. .

... \f !;'rjrari-t:. Heiberger. of Brook- among, th"<,. from there who enjoyedthe There was quite an excitennf or. Sam TVrr.a and si;>ter Mandy, Miss Clara Pie-cutt( came out ,i 10 eau appear*. on to or the I bfoM M, i 't. --, ,

. I; . sting Mr.. R. M. King. fish fry here Friday night I Hampton last Saturday momrrhei' attended the Norman anniversary at Jacksonville Sunday and visited oSeptMnbtr.. AD : ,, .
D W. Moore Hampton Saturday Oak Grove July 2..I.. 'attriru' of .ai Sunday at Silver was in ative until :Monday afternoon
/.r./ Hall ; .
spent it was learned that a large do',' which, : ,1 by ...01 defendant
" IJ' t Sr.nnlC' afternoon. affected with Russell Parrish spent the weekend her mater Miss Alice Prescott M further ordemt. that tr. .
Paxton left Tuetdtjr for'IfAMfTON was hydrophobia was with friends and relatives in d one a week for rtc. r-... ,
Mr. and Mr. fawton Baylor, oft Shirley companied her back for a visit. i iEAT
l loose on the streets Several of the citizens I Bradford TVirtfa
. County ,
Dr.. Broakar. .
I u h b ._.
and SIn.C w nine m .
Brooklyn, were ZUASCX or ;iir u. armed themselves and pur5ne.d ; pubitwd' in naia county and -
I - Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish son and o-T.\R"F. Jury list Ul')
blood! Sunday afternoon. : :
A. Youn !
<< the animal The doff wa killed by W T t'
n. C. Moorer and Elbert Sibley, Mr. T. :M. Hagan Just north fffAin: daughter, Robbie and Gertie, were '-wr, ..'
I1 ware business visitors to Hampton street. guests of Mrs. Claude Renfroe Saturday East Starke August 1.-Mrs. Hy R t ur .

i ii Saturday afternoon. Hampton August 1 .-Mm. J. T. 1f,.. John Griner and family of 'I 'and Sunday. Mr. Parrish attend- Smith of Rock Point is visiting 'I l, a. ". .,,, ., hr ('. on- ,

Mea EaUlle Woodard spent Sunday Tolbert wa, transacting business mStarlce I Brooklyn, were visitor! to Hajnpton I ed church services at Rock while over atives. here this week. I i

with friend" at Brooklyn. last Friday last Tuesday.Mr. there.: There was a sing given at the
:
I The farmers of this. section are The Western Union boys, who have Dewey Bugg, of Stark, wa 1 I Mr. and Mr*. D. I. Blume were of :Mr Louis DonnelyS, and '- I
I FOR SALE
busy palling fodder. for several weeks! !located in our town transacting. business in Hampton last! guests of Mr and Mrs. P. P. Dekle crowd attended

MiM Ethel! Jones. .spent a few day, have finished their work at Hamptonand :Monday Sunday afternoon. :Mr Harley Lee. of Cross City. !

f during last. weekend at Hampton moved to Waldo. :, Our communitywas shin ked an<' up and spent the weekend \\',th Overland delivery !

with/ :Mr'. fonr-phine' SullivanJohnic Mr L. E. John, from Martialville, MILLER 'saddened y the sudden death of :Mr. parents :Mr and :Mrs. Gtmral Le

Adkins! formerly of Jacksonville (;ia., ix speeding a few days: with his! :Martin Rivers Sunday morning at Rev Louts: Donnely, of fr.-. r : Truck

j e hut now of %racon. Ga., spent mother, MM Annie Johns, of this, Miller, August 1.-H. B. Cya! of his home near here. He was 1 litd.to spent the eeknd with hrs fanul-

r a few days here lat week with hi" place. High Springs, visited his father D. rest in Dekle cemetery :Monday. Rev. E. C. Saunder-: ;, of Sunny: S; make fine outfit

inter, Urn. n. M. (Er rs.y. Mr Percy Griffin who is attending L. Clyatt of this place last week. i Uncle :Martin as he was. familiarly: filled his regular appointment

Mrs R. :M KinK and children "pent chool in Gainesville, visited his parents Q-jlte, a number of the people of thiscommunity called was greatly beloved by all who Kingsley lake Saturday and Sun: << rk but is
few last' week with friend at knew Km: and our deepest --/mpathy; Mrs Crews Wamright and :' suitable
I a days here I Let Saturday and Sunday.The attended church' at Midway : : not for
Brooklyn returning horne Saturday Woodman CircleFielding: Sunday. Is extended to his grief stricken wife Dan Johnson of Belmore. are our

afternoon.Mr and sonMr ing the latter's parents, :Mr and :'
i Grove No. 70j met at the Masonic lumber business.
j ; Mrs Arthur Douglass: of Elienton; ,
.Tf *" Dowing! weekend
. triggers: : was a visitor. to Temple last Friday afternoon !:! ; was a Aaron Minton.
Starke Saturday. i is visiting friends and relatives here guest, of his sister Mr[ .. B. L. Duke. :'11'. J. Conway, of Clay county ivisiting i
Mrs (;i. W Hicks of Hampton, was now Four tires and
Thursday night a IIttlf chicken transacting business in Starke last A me, r,' crowd' of young; folks were at the home of Mr Jim new
1 : pilau supper was enjoyed by a .small Saturday. Eune Brown made a business! trip gathered at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. cy's this week. tubes---Iow

crowd at the home of Mm. S. I:. :Misses! Uyrcl and Leona Mulady, to I Lake Butler Saturday evening. Hewitt last Friday evening and cel- Mrs. Fanie l Underbill has I
Eugene; Douglass was a bu.smtvs' ebrated the home coming of their
Worxlard.Mr who have been spending !some time in I 81)n. Jacksonville with her family price for cash and Ile
visitor, to Providence Paturday! Ramond. A special feature of the
they wil make their future home.
and Mr*. Jno. iJnirgert l left Jacksonville! have recently returnedto \ : I Ifr.
Olson! Thomas visited) friends at evening chicken pillau to which \ sale
was a : Jim Hickey and :Mr Theo quick
L one day Ut week for f'ahlo. Beach, their, home at Hampton. I
where thy will again make their Mrs..1.:\ II. Pollard!, of Watertown. lirooker Saturday and ivinday I I they did ample! justice. The inclement son made a business! trip to Clay ,
Joseph S. William, son of J. F.I weather prevented some of the invited last week. : -
ty Co
future horne. was in our town a few days last week.Mfr. Lumber & Supply
I Williams of this place, landed at Newport J guests from being
present. :Mr. Harry Canova of
Starke
II. S. Roouck was attending to : . Scott Swindle, of Theressa, ...
j Sew, July 16.! This was the The lumber for the addition to Five
l b in Ktarke one day last week. business. I ,
u"irienK was transacting in Hampton -
rr' Little MIM Ella; fiaylor. of Firook- last Saturday first! new from hill son since Auguest ]I :Mile !school house is being placed! on '
12. 19 II!. lie never received any letter'' the trroun'1 1 and the building will becompleted HS5SSSffiSSBKE3SSKa2CHX3eCSINTRODUCING'' ' ar 'alt: r+knyaauaisTaiaiuata. I,
i lyn, spent' Saturday and! Sunday! h..rp.the Brother :Mullady. of Hampton, filled <
from home He arrived! home last |
as aa possible.
soon
guest of little :Minn Nettlle Younifhlood his regular appointment at :McIntosh ll
I Saturday morning. I i Messrs., B. L. Duke and P. P. Dekle
.l l !. last} Saturday and Sunday Mr.: and :Mrs. W. D. Martin, of High were In Lake Butler on business :Monday .l
William f1 illipe, one of Unrl Mrs Bessie, McfJruder: ; and son Mo-
t Springs, spent first part of the week :
Ham' boys, who haw been in service /elle, were transacting business in )
with the letter's ...i.ler11'11.: D.i:
week :Mr Wilson. of Baker county, visited The
for wvc-ral month and ending a Sampson City:. lat Saturday'
L. f'lyatt of this place 1 relatives here this. week. "GORNASWEEPER"a
.' portion of th,jp time in. France!! and Mrs W. L liugg, of HampUin, visited 'I
:Miss Sallie Waters returned home
Oren Dek'e! was the guest of his! '
i other interesting place, "over their the county site last Friday.
one day last week after vJsitlngfrlenj I Rev. and :Mrs. S. S.
t received! hl" durharire and! reached. Mrs.f f'. E Henry and Mrs. (' E; !' grai parents '. I
home Sunday morning to the delight Harper were transacting business at and relatives at White Spring Proctor Monday and. Tuesday To the Housekeepers of Florida ; '
:Mr*. Cornelia Steven!; of LakeButler -- i
of his many relative and friend the State metropolis last week.Mr .
spent last week with friends lUGHLXND( ,
"Huck" hall had! tome rather hard! ex- : J. I.. Seotten of fjamenville.

perU-niH- during hn life in the army, visited friends at Hampton last Tuen.d. and Algar relatives Thomas here.made a visit to Highland, August 1.-Mrs. W J. The Broom you'll buy when you try it '
l! and he brought: home with him manyInterMlltin" .ty. i I I'rovidence Saturday evening Hardee returned to her home at I i
h things to l look at. He alas I Mr. I IJ. W. Swindle! who has h..pnIIp.n.lirllC .
Gainesville after
:Mr. and :Mrs Jim Tomlmson, of near' Wednesday a'islt
i brnuxht with him n severe colil, but time at
> some Sarasota was 1
t Luke (liutler, passed through here Sun. with relatives:! here She was accompanied
i more word can't i-xpreta' how delighted it visitor, to. Hampton last Sunday.Rev. dayenroute to Providence to visit the home by her mother :Mrs.' F. QUIGLEY BROOM CO.

; he in to bo back home again, to I N T. King, of New River latter'. parents. :Mr. and :Mrs. O. V. :M. Crews and! brothers, Ieor... Glenn I

f enjoy "the grays old'" "Florl,111lun.-, vlsitfd! his ..on. :Mr H J. King of Firooks.Or. and, :Marion Crews, for a few days! I STARKE, FLORIDA.

nhinc- I Hampton litxt Sunday '. farefoot, of Worthington, was! ,, :Messrs Unrnev Lang and Fred 3 t ,
t Thomas. ftoebuck: of Plorahome, Mrs. H, Y. Brown of Starke wan (i8. Thurs- i
Lang ,
a professional visitor here one day went to Kingsland 1Clf n-> tOePSII Ft R2 5 II (
(7 wa a visitor. at the home of hm the guest of her 'lii'iirliter Mrs. J. C. iil'JI": ''',

j, brother II S. Roebuck, line day last I T..n. II. last week -

JJ V. I week. '.. r' .1 V Jone ""d) Mr I I.. K;. Johns

J Last Friday! night nuke' n irowd of Hum'ton! win" \ sitors! to <"!rahjmi -

from here and the Wnteronk m-ction lust( !Sunday r

I 1! t enjoyed' a r..ror.l.hrwkinlC fish fry Miss Laura %WII'; f Starke, visited

Plenty of Huh and. I'vcryluwly happy- her cousin, :Mrs .1. r; Terrell In,f T

r Samuel VV'oodnrd end! John I Hall week i I' !

were visitors to llamjton[ Saturday.! :Miss Eva; Ie, who has been n-nting, .!. I
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I afternoon .her. aunt' :Mrs' W T. Haxlln. left last I .,1','

1'nxton Shirley of Jlrooker, who :Monday! for Russell! where she will )

"S hul''n' visiting, mends here hmpurihuxed visit frlendu till Sptemher' when, she

r II Ford. touring car, will re-enter school at rirecn (' ,ve

I and! motored! with friends.! from Starke SprinsMr i I' The Home BuilderWith
I; here Hun.lay afternoon! : J. f'. Terrell, seition foreman ;

1 Arthur I Itennett was among th. at White' !Springs" visited his family
hoya from hero who attended the. here Inst !Saturday'; and Sunday I

dance given lit the home of :Mr. Mrs %V. I.. lluifg' of Hampton. ., is Blueprint Plans

4 ( ., near' Starke. Friday niht.leH ( all smiles over a little grandson I

1 "<> Brown left, one. day lastweek which was l burn to :Mr and :Mrs !Dewey .

I ... for :Miami, where he will spend sever Hugg, of Stork July 21 )
Mr.: Drawdy of I.across, but formerly
nl' month.
I beautiful book of and house
.t Lake This Bungalow
i Mf8lde fr. :MrKw: and family of of Hampton was In our town

I i moved. one day the first of the I lust Sunday plans ((38 designs) is inour office for free dis
week to our little town. Mr. Alva Saxon of Hampton whois

I Herman :Moody! woe in Hampton'Saturday III1'nI.lll'rhool. at Gainesville visited tribution to those who are interested in build.

mornmif. I his. parents here last Saturdav

Arthur :Moorer( arid Nralie YuunKbl and !Siirul.iyMrs .); ing.

.Mii| spent,, Saturday i Itt Urooklyn ( : .7. H Tolhert and her little

i'I with friend'. i; sort :Milton, spent the day' at home of Write or call at our office and get your copy' ;
:Mr.' and. :Mm. Klln-rt; SihU-y kit :Mr an 1 Mrs l.1.; King last Sunday

Sunday afternoon for their home near | :Mrs. Tolhert report an unusually' now.Quigley.

Starlce lifter upending several day pleasant I trip

here jru,'*ti of relative* and, friend i i.J. i :Mr Shriven from Hrooki. i w ;"i- in

. V. Joni, nf Itiimptiin ua* in our our town Kist Sunday,
burg Thursday afternoon :\f r. 1.. II Tanner from Rri".>khn.I'lori'lii. .

I'rayer meeting >* being,,, held ut the has recently moved tn. the Lumber & Supply Company
Baptist church every Sunday night :Mc!rud','r cottage south of the Christian ,

and at the Chrittiun rhunh on Weililnundiiy I. church :Mr' Tanner has n<"i epte .

night. I/ 't'K all attend. sition, with the (', S. A F rail i)

Sheppard, , arid Johnnie. Adkm. , who road.. We give him, and his family

have been visiting their winter :Mr. ,I n cordial, welcome' to our town

It. M. Herey' left Prl'luy" morning | Mss Ruby Rowe visited friend in

r for :Macon, ill.! where they have secured Ktarke last Monday
a position. Mrs Lillian Geiger of Gainesville,

J Daniel flatten IH hustling, along with visited. her\ parents Mr. and Mrs O

hid. dwelling house, , which will ho. more Haynes. of Hampton last Saturday I

improvements to our little town and Sunday. i!

H. M.I King came from Jacksonville! :Mrs' IcU'll/i, / Priest, of Hampton, has



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*. i beta ,.'jotmi j (' a vn.t. from her Ir.tit'inr'1 ,.. 'Lently.' : day for a few Buys visit with their the /guest of :Miss fan i ,

.i igh'<.rMar, : > Belle and! Al- .1.
rk :... __ =:--, lie .11.! ; Pli, > ,t -f 'seen <.uvepi .r.tfi, i through: h..r.- Monday nroutc for :Mr John :Starting: returned to his :Mi. J. K. Harn- and :M

; ... .I Ir- 11' i vii'i H.i: I''" jf Ham,,'.,: v"j'"J I 'ukeiheruf. h..mf ..t t>iuok) >ville Tlijr-iiay, after ,n !left Thursday rio'' 'A.

.." I "t' h"r ilajfc'h'-i 3L Thumaat, .-- W, J. Epperson and W. W. u visa with hH brother, :Mr. S. J. tni'.; navuttuied a 1'-|

County News.. 1.tam4. t tI Va.j"-.I., l.iw"k. She; returned' to' Baisdrii of Marke. were here, on business Starling. :Ml-I, A. :M.. Creei a'

I. : Han/ \p< o, In-' :-' inlay night .,nJ was nr, >f day last week. | Mr. and :MiD/ L. Rigby returned !ren. pent Su tll"d.I.! '

=-=' __ __ == ---n ---- _ a. ..n I .u "n d h"inc. h:>' her littl- !grand.i John Rogers: of Worthington. was | home Saturday from a visit with rel-! guests of friends

i I the ?;leek by OurRegular I '. iirhlt" r. l.ur.'roThoma". in this community one day the past 1 alives near :Macon UaMessrs. Mr. Alex Undeinill! h,,
IsrtsrestlnPacts Gathered During Mr ..lameMaxwell who attend- week. Griffis, Andrew
is Gadson (: home after several mni--. t,
s ; Correspondent (i wig HI hool at (Gainesville visited his Mr. and :Mrs.' W. O. Brooks, of Providence Crews, (George Wilkinson and Balwin Jacksonville.Mrs. .

Isi I parents Mr: and :Mrs. J. M. Maxwell visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. :Mare went on the excursion to Silver ; :Mandy Harm antoty
i "of Hampton[ last Saturday and Sun- and :Mrs. M. L. Colson of Bland, Springs Sunday. and Ray and little ";
------ da 1 Alachua county were visitne here Cur-
> A. B. Starling and sons,
;Mrs.
TIIKKKSS\: : atiini.ij afternoon and) upon arriving :Minton are visiting Mr- i iI!
A -octal wa given at the home of Sunday. and Horace were shopping in
t wai awaiting tis Belmore.Mr. .
--- her. a message :Mrs W. L. Bugjf last Friday evening.The B E. Brown was a business visitorto Starke Saturday. j I
MiKfflc, him Hosing! that his ">n Otis who is Harris
) Gid made
Thcre. u.uKU.1
young folks met early in the eve Lake Butler one day recently.Mr Miss Grace Padgett spent Saturday -|
t Sloan returned Saturday afternoon to limiting at the home of his grandparents ill ning.. Most of the time was devotedto and Mrs. Angus Bulling of near wth her grandparents Mr. and I trip to Belmore one day 1 J..
hor home in Sampson! City after u IJ<-- at Lake Park was quite social conversation. Several beau- Hornl.
afterwards for Lake City visited the letter's parents, Mrs J. W. Byrd at Lawtey. Mr. Hubert ri
I liKhttul visit of two weeks here, the lie left immediately tiful pieces of music were renderedby Mr. and Mrs T. H. Rivers one day :MissCassie Padgett and brothers j i is spending a few das ',I .
,. Miss Estelle Lake Park, and we wish for Otis a
guest! of her (cousin the young ladies. last veek. Carl and Owen were shopping ink| ('nts.11": and :Mrs. ..IaH
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speedy recovery.W.
VVoudard.Mr. Those Mi.sseDyal ---- .------ .
( and T Saxon, of Hampton, was in present were Starke Saturday Mr. E. D. Shippmui/ '.
:M. lleney
R.
'.'. ; 'I ; und :Mrs the visitors tot our burg om day last week on bus!- Leona :Mullady Julia Maxwell, Eva FIVE MILE: :Mr. W. J. Chesser was a visitor to I I Miss Mary Thomas, fOf I I.,
children were among Hodge, Eva Lee, Ruth Price Ruby (Hen St. Mary for the weekend, : day afternoon.

Starko last Saturday. ness of Rowe. Ethel Hunt and ;Mesprs. Willie Five :Mile August 1.-Supt. E. R. 11'rthur Boring of Walck) was '
in Mr. and Mm. Lawrence King, I ;
i Charlie- Phillips spent Sunday I Johns, Pane Johns Lucian Johns, bUline'i.ilor here I There will be prc.i: I h .
Poppell .
in our town Wednesday was a a visitor here Monday.Mr
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and around I.awtcy with relative Brooklyn, were Percy Griffin Russell Dja!, Cyril Grove Saturday and Si.body 1.-' ,
cousin afternoon. Tuesday.Mr. '. ; (iuo. E. Wilkinson and children i ,
J Miss E-'t'-lIc- Woodard and :Manrie Alva Saxon, James :Maxwell: i invited to atu i ii i iOKOEK
and Mrs Rhett Dr' wdy were Saturday I
Mii KflTw; Sloan were visitors! to There was a chicken pilau !given on ) made a trip to Lawtoy .
and Willielalwel1.: : guest of Mr. and Mrs, P. P. Dekle bu-mess visitorto
Pox force- 'fake near Brooklyn, last W. G. Crews was a i -- -
.
unpton Saturday.Mint :Mrs. W. C. Home, of (Grandin spenta Wednesday. I .
Rhoda Bennett returned homeSi Tuesday night and those present rei"it Jacksonville Saturday.Fodder FOR PL'BI \n
few hours in last Tui
I our town s- Mr. and Mrs Allan Greene visited
'idoy afternoon after a two weeks'visil | a good time. day. pullirtg- a'e all the rage' In ''i fruit Court, Staff of I II} ,
' at Kaiford with relatives. L. G j. Slhl<'r and son Jeff, of I'l'ulih..t'! Tuesday. hire for. the past two weeks. Someof Judicial Circuit. Hrudford our
:Mrs. : wishto
: Nancy Dyal and family
:Messrs. D. JO. Green and Alfred eery.
,, :Mr. and :Mrs. P. H. Neal were Starke, were in our burg Monday. thank their friends for the much our farmers. have one every day ,I i.'la: KiMinuB.: Comphiin,u,
last lilanton Ousley reached home Mon- Thomas were in our section Wednesday that 1 'Jinn btfindantI .
"frolic" night.
the visitors to Hampton and then have a I .
union .
kind
service rendered them
to I
to during! looking I appearing by affidaxni '
for I
Saturday tiny from /Lakeland, where he has this. severe illness and death of Mr. a stray cow. ', :Mrs.[ J. L. Strickland and children, i,, lull Mini in the aho\i-iint. '01 1 ,,
.f Bryan Ball of Brookcr motoredup 1 been employed for several weeks.! J. ;M. Roberts called on P. P. Dekle'I Mrs. Henry Taylor and! :Mr. L W. ,. Eddinir' the. defendant Uur n ,
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Alex Dyal. .
of Fl--t
Tuesday, I n( th)< Slate
to little city Sunday after- We are having quite a lot nf ram ; Wilkinson motored to Starke :Monday.: of Fit-if
our Mrs. Chanrey, of Lacrosse '! children ) dint of the <(state> i
noon. at this. writing which is disagreeable visiting. nn :Mis. Cro-if Roberts has returned'home !i :Mrs[ F, :M Crews and :Mr. Glenn hm) ..*lf .n that process <.I't .'
I are :Mrs."haneBar: I I.t..ro,'d ujKin him, and< i itwi '
t of Hampton was in our ) on fodder pulling. after an extended visit with relatives Crews returned to Gainesville ,
J. V. Jones
it
ents!, :Mr. and :Mrs. T. M. Hagan,, of I nt>*one year : ID tlun .
, / y... burl last Wednesday afternoon. Eddie; Hillard of Wateroalc was in Savannah. (ia, day satur'l said, resident t defendant. ,bt at",'Iqulnd 1
.. Hampton this week.
\ Miss Margaret Ifeiherwr of Brooklyn among those from there who enjoyed: There ,was quite an excitement,. in Sam Th mu" and sister Mandy[ t! Miss Clara Prescott came out in .aid to cause n|>|>enr on to or the bcf'm bill* ot M M'n'nee t. ,

is \'jujlinlCIr.: .. R. :M. King. the fish fry here Fr;day, night. I Hampton last Saturday mOI'niJi.h'n attended the Norman anniversary at | Jacksonville Sunday and visited relatives day of September. A. I D I'Mr'X'nrnt'nn ,
: John (Hall spent Sunday at Silver I D. W.loore: was in Hampton Saturday Oak Grove July 21. until :Monday afternoon and !. if said bill will l I.'t.: .
; it was !learned that a largo":.r which 'I I leased I by aid Jeft-ndant
afternoon. Russell Parrish spent the weekend accompanied ,
Spring. was affected with her sister :'oli"slil'e Prescott It "IA further ortli'tiMl that thi-
hydrophobia
of Paxton Shirley left Tuesday for was with friends and relatives in litthcd once a wok for the\ cam? ? '
:Mr and Mrs: I.awton Uaylor her back for a visit.
i loose on the streets. Several of the cit- ; in the Bradford! County TvUtfrttpt,,, ap.
and :Mrs. his home in Brooker. ( Brooker. -. .
of Mr.I ,
Brooklyn were guests izens armed themselves I 'r iHiblfAhul in Haiti county and *>'"
'I and pursued
i
C. A. Youn blood Sunday afternoon. : ..- Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Parrish, son and KA:<. T STARKi; Thin .!ul> nut ISIS,
the animal.\ The dog was killed by'11" W TSta HI i'
I II. F.. :Moorer and Hlbert: Sibley, HAMPIONHamilton. :\ T. M. Hagun just north of Mam '| daughter, Robbie and Gertie, were ' ,; Clerk t 'IKHy ' ,
;' were business visitors to Hampton street. 'I' guests of Mrs. Claude Renfroe Saturday East Starke August/ 1.-Mrs. D. .\. R \ \\l, I \

\I' Saturday afternoon.f August 1.-Mrs. J. T. Mr. John Griner and flmllof :and Sunday. Mr. Parrish attended I Smith ,of Rock Point. visiting relatives \ I.,1.IK.ti.. s..hcit' for Om DM, v

MIsH: Kxtelle: Woodard .spent Sunday Tolbert'wail transacting business in Brooklyn were visitors to Hampton I church services at Lock while over here this week.

with friends at Brooklyn. Starke last Friday. last Tuesday.Mr. there There was a sing given at the homeof I -- -

A The farmer! of this section are The Western Union boys who have I : Dewey Bugg, of Starke I :Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume were Mr. Louis Donnely's, and quite a
'I was I FOR SALEOur
I. busy pulling fodder.MJSH for several weeks located in mfr town transacting business in Hampton last ,guests of :Mr. and :Mrs 1', P. Dekle crowd attended.

Kthel: I Jones spent a few days have finished their work at Hampton Monday. | Sunday afternoon. Mr. Harlc-y Lee, of Cross" City, came ,,

during last week-end at Hamilton and moved to Waldo. .-- I Our community was shocked ant up and spent. the week-end with his Overland delivery !

i'' with air+>. Jnsephini! Sullivan. :Mr L. E. Johns from Martialvdle MILLF.K"' I saddened! y the sudden\ death of :Mr. parents. :Mr. and :\Irs. General; Lot- :

t i Johnie Adkins formerly! of Jacksonville Gn.; i 11 spending n few days with his i :Martin Rivers Sumkiv morning at Rev. Louis Ponnely. of Cross City, '' Truck

:' !Jut now of :Macon Ga., spent mother, :Mrs Annie Johns of this i :'olilh'r.UICU.t 1.-II. B. Clvatt of | his home near here. Jle was liid.to spent the week-end with his! family i

'f i! a few days here last week with his place. I I1. High Springs, visited his father, D. lest in Dekle cemetery Monday. Rev. E. C, Saunders. of Sunny Will make fine outfit
sister, :Mrs I R.: :M. Mersey I Uncle Martin. as he was familiarlyI filled his regular appointment
:Mr. Percy Griffin who IH attending L. Clyntt of this place last week. Si"1
1 Ii. Mrs. K. :01. King and children spent school in Ciainpsville visited his parents Quite a number of the people of this I i called was greatly beloved by all who I Kmcrsloy lake Saturda and for farm work but is ,

I,' if a few days last, week with friends at here lnt Saturday and Sumlay. community attended church at M'd- I knew him and! our deepest sympathy Mrs. Crews Wamnght and :Mr>-. suitable for

I'.' ''t' I Brooklyn returning home Saturday The Woodman Circle ( Fielding way Sunday.Mrs. 'I is extended to his grief stricken wife Dan Johnson of Belmoie, are visiting ] not our

' afternoon. Grove i No. 70)( ) met at the :.Masonic- : Arthur Douglass of Kllenton: , and son. the lattor's parents Mr. and Mrs[ II lumber business.
I i is visiting friends and! relatives }here I
I. Starke Saturday. :Mrs G.J W Hicks of Hampton was now. guest of his sister Mrs. B. L. Duke.A :Mr. J. Conway, of Clay county i- Four tires and
' i. r Thursday night a little chicken transacting business in Starke last men ry; crowd of young folks were visiting at the home of :Mr. Jim Hickey's new
Kurie Brown made a business tripto gathered, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
i! \ pilau supper was enjoyed 1 by a small Saturday. at this week. tubes--.low

!' crowd at the home of Mrs. S. B'I :Misses Byn I and /Leona :Muludy, i Lake Butler Saturday evening Hewitt last Friday evening' and celebrated ;Mrs. Fume Underhill has moved to

: \Woodard.Mr. who have been spending some time in ,I Eugene Douglass was a bu.smos the home coming. of their son, Jacksonville with her family where price for cash and

I I. : and :Mm. .1 no. Drivers left Jacksonville have recently returnedto visitor to Providence Saturday. Kumond.! A special feature of the they wil make their future home.

,, I one day last week for Pablo Beach, their home at Hampton.Mrs. Olson Thomas visited friends at evening was a chicken pillau to which Mr. Jim Hickey and :Mr. Theo Ti- quick sale

where they will again make their : J. H. Pollard, of Watertown.wal Brooker Saturday and Sunday. they did ample justice. The inclement son made a business trip to Clay coun- I
Joseph! S. Williams, son of J. F. weather of the invited '
prevented some last week.
ty [CoiTCSffiKKSBOimffifflK&BaHa
I future home. in our town a few days last week QuIgley Lumber & Supply .
I 1 H. S. Rocuck was, attending to Mr Scott Swindle of Therensa, Williams of this place, landed.at Newport guests from being present. :Mr. Harry Canova, of Starke was ...., ,
News July 16. This was the The lumber for the addition Five
to
business in Staike one day last week ,, was transacting business! in Hampton I I
Little :Miss Ella Baylor of Brooklyn last Saturday. first news from his son since Auguest Mile school house is being placed! on
I 2, 1918. He never received letter I the erouml and the building will be ,. i-+ "*'
>
i spent'' Saturday and Sunday heretilt Brother :Mullady/ of Hampton filled any 19kV1iCtR= }? ktb4itlFi+tCR.xa ]
from home lie arrived. home last
completed! as soon as possible. '
guest of little :Miss! :Nealiu YounKI his regular appointment Mclntosh:
i Saturday morning Messrs. D. L. Duke and P. P. Pekfe '
blood. lust Saturday and Sunday.
I :Mr. and Mrs. W. D. :Martin of high Lake, Butler business :Monday
were in on -
William Phillips of Uncle :Mrs Bessie i ,
one McOruder; and son Mox.i'lle. -
I I I Sum's boys, who has! been in !service were transuding business! in Springs, spent first part of the week I SWEEPER" !
week with the tatter's sister, Mrs D.I i :Mr. of Baker visited
1 fur several months and! spending. a Sampson City. lust SaturdayMrs. Wilson! county, The GORNA- !
L. of this
Clyatt place. I relatives hen this week.
\ .portion. of the time in /France andother : W. L. Bugg, of Hampton vis I !
Miss Sallie Waters returned home '
"over there""ecelvpd Oren Deke! was the guest of his
1 interesting places H.tlthp county site la Friday./ . '
one day last week after visiting I Rev. and l lIrs.: S. S.
grai parents, s
and reached I'
i his discharge :Mrs r. K. Henry and :Mrs! ( K: )I
friends and relatives at White Spring Proctor :Monday and Tuesday.\ '
home Sunday morning to the delightof Harper" were transacting business! at To the of Florida j'
:Mrs. Cornelia, Stevens, of Luke --* Housekeepers
friends.
his many relatives and the State metropolis last week.
1 ,. "!luck" has hud some rather hard experitnee :Mr..1. L. Scotten of Gainesville; Butler spent last week with friend I IIIGHLVNP/ 1.Ii

I and! he brought during home his life with in him the army ninnyinteiustitig visited-. friends Hamilton/ last Tuesday I and Algar!relatives Thomas here.made a visit to / hlanUllu t 1.-:Mrs. W. J. I The Broom you'll buy when you try it i'I

Piovidence Saturday evening. : llnidu-u/ returned to her home at
i things) to look at. He also :Mr. I n. W, Swindle, who has been I '
:Mr. and :Mrs Jim Tomlinson, of nearLake Gainesville\ Wednesday after a visit
; brought with him a severe cold but spending time, at Sarasota
some ,
wnsa Butler" passed through here Sun-' with relatives here. She was accompanied -
it )
t \ visitor last QUIGLEY BROOM CO.
to ]
Hampton Sunday '
delightoil t day enroute to Providence to visit the home by her mother, :Mrs. F.M. .
Rev N. T. King, of Nl'ViV'I'/: I !
'lutter's par..nts.11': and :Mrs O. V. : Crews and brothers :'oleq r". Glennand
i l enjoy the gaud old "Flotiilu sun- visited his! !son, :Mr. I II.; J. King ,of STARKE
1 Brooks. Marion Crews, for a few days.Messrs. FLORIDA.The .
shine. Hampton., last
I I Sunday. Pr., Care foot, Worthington; was i : Barney Lung and Fred.
Thomas 1 Roebuck, of Floruhome, :Mrs.. II. Y. Brown of SWI'ke.Vn>! 1
was n visitor at the home, of hisbrother the t guest of '" .Iallrht'r.Ir.: ... J. C. a professional visitor here one diy: Lang went to Kingsland. <(< ia, Thurs fi'R'u7c tlDi'1f' > Rat'fI7f.1'sEit'g'u7.c; : ': !i(. 't rSiOR'refs' ftLtl:!:ttlfft.7htf! ; >;Jljrlf.IC.IC.Pfj:! ,1( t.\!.

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I II. S. Roebuck one day lust T""J'II." last week --------- --- --- ---- -- '"j'/

week. '..r. ,1( V Joni= and Mr. L. E. Johns

last Friday night quite a croud i.>f ll.iiii'itnn, WI'I'! visitors: to Graham -

from here and the Wateionk section lust Sunday 9 :

I enjoyed a 'rr.l-hl'l.kill. lisp fry :MIKS I.uuia \\jn-i, f Stnrko, visited ,. .
"i Plenty' of fish everybody. happy her cousin, :Mrs J. C. T'rr..IIII"t/

t Samuel Wooilurd. and, John hallS week. :
were visitors to Hampton Saturday :Miss I'.vn: /Lee, who has been visiting.

afternoon. her aunt :Mrs W. T. Saxon left last

Paxton Shirley of Brooker who :Monday. for Russell! where she will

hat been visiting friends here has visit friends till Sptember when she

punlmsed n Fun! touring ('ar. will re-enter school at Green Cove !

and motored with friends from Starke Springs.: Home BuilderWith

brie Sunday afternoon | 31r..1. C. Teirell, ,, section foremanat

Arthur Bennett was among the White Springs visited his. family

boys from here who attended the here last Saturday and Sunday

dance given at the home of :Mr. :MrsV.. L. Bugg of Hampton, is Blueprint Plans

(rilUs", near Stark Fnday night. all smiles over a little grandson

Jesse Brown left one day lastweek which was horn to :Mr. and :Mrs. Dewey ) -

.a for :Miami, where he will "pl'n.IIIP.r- Bugg, of Starke July 21
:Mr. Pruvvdy, of Lacrosse, but formerly
al month -
I I
:Mr. :McKwen: and. family of LakeSide ;, of Hampton was in our town This beautiful book of Bungalow and house

moved one day the first of the last Sunday is in office for free distribution
I I plans ((38 designs) our
week to our little town. :Mr. Alva Saxon of Hampton whois

Herman :Moody was in Hampton. 'I attending school at Gainesville; visited to those who are interested in build

n Saturday morning. j i his parents here last Saturdayand

Arthur Moorer and N'ealie YuunlC- I Sundny.Mrs. ing.
blood spent Saturday at Brooklyn : J. II. Tolhert and her little

,' with friends ; sots :Milton spent the day at home of and .
office
)' Write or call at our get
your copy
:Mr. and :Mrs. Elbert Sibley left' :Mr. and :Mrs' K..1. King last Sunday.

Sunday afternoon for their home near | :Mrs. Tolbert reports an unusually\ now.Quigley.

t s Starke, after spending several days ,pleasant trip.
l { here guests of relatives and friends i ir | :Mr. Shmer, from Brooker, was in f

I J. V. Jones! of Hampton was in our our town last Sunday.Mr. .

C burg Thursday afternoon : L. If Tanner from Brooklyn

e II Prayer meeting is being held\ at the Florida has recently moved, to theMcGrmier lumber & Supply Company

Baptist church every Sunday; night, : cottage south of the Christian !

t, and at the Christnin church on Wed church :Mr Tanner has accepted -

dnemlay night. Let's all aUeul.Sh"PPllrd | a position, with the G. S. fc F rBil- i\

and Johnnie Adkins. who road. We give him and his family

have been visiting their sister, :Mrs. a cordial. welcome to our town

R. :M.\ Hersey, left Friday morning ;j Miss Ruby Rowe visited friends in

t for :Macon, Ga. where they have secured Starke last Monday.Mrs. .

a position. : Lillian Geiger of Gainesville' ,

Daniel Batten is hustling along with visited her parents Mr. and Mr*. O.

his dwelling house which will be more Haynes, of Hampton. last Saturday

improvement to our little town. mid. Sunday.

R. M. King came from Jacksonville! Mrs. 1le1Priest.\: of Hampton, has


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