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 29, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04722
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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IVivahlt' in Advance.STAUKE K;. S. M.ttthevH." Editor and I'roJH'It'tor.
Established 1879. Subscription-Per \ear $l..>0 : Six :Months, 75: Cents.

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Hit by Street Car in WashingtonLnst The school book commission ofFloi

Thursday 'ula has made many changes in
j thu system of books heietofoio used I
PLANNED INVASION ; Washington," Aug. :22.: Senator DtT in the: ,'I"l mentaiy schools for tho past

rii-tcher, who was badly injnied seen \'fills.

I hole last night by being kn'k.II.wn The oiiK texts not changed an usf

: und ,dragged some distance bI street .'MowsWhoi\ : TO THE BORDER
OF UNITED STATES oar, was resting! easily toda>'. lie is 'lei's, Reader, second >'i!arWhoelei's I

not as badly injured as nas at first Reader! third! year.Milne's I

liolloxoil! nnd should be ou* again msule Arithmetic, books 1, 2 and! :3Hvde'x ,

!1 of two or throe weeks.He English, books 1 and 2. ,

returning his homo fiomtho A Dennett's Hntory of Marfa, TeX, Aug :!'I I. 'The In.situmps t <'nli',d ti> almndoii' tin' pursuit until this
!New; Yuik. Aug, 2-\: i'<'xclutmnof :Mi" MI :in 'fu) i.iK vi "11 oti thi payiollif was to : .
Florida I of tho Anioiuiin punitive, i -1 "nmmi' '' Mi .iinvlule the' hadwiped .
kelllr-I t and had alighted fiom a sped i- nun
"Xh'W'Iil'l'I111111 )plod\) in :Mi\ \iciduiing > flu till man embassy Hi1 il uipitol I III
EMins'ist. Lessons American it to the1 bouloi the 1'1 1 the' trail of tho bandits who
in out
i"I'-1 thbi'imd HP raised his umbullu loll cross on
car .
the war, which included tho nl 1 tnai a iiinrur| of a million' (
proposed invasion of the Lmtod mans fiom the United States wow I \ [to protei him from tho driving i t.OI'Y. : turn to tho United States wintin1 i win" oidv n few' IIDIIIS, ahe'iid of thejV.MII
Ritc'no-Caldwell' scries of physiologj and tiainx, which 1"'I1I'h.1 .
pack supply : mansTlii'
behind the ho
tain and walking cm
Suites' li\' a Goimnn-Miixican: HI'my of soon going to ;MOMIO to aid I in futureGnman I I
45,000: men at the sumo time that the plans thorp. Altendorf '!said had iiist left, stopped in front of ft ed Ruelosa slioitlx-jiflcr !8.::ill o'clock punitive expedition spent six:
southbound car. He was knocked down Except those mentioned abo\o, all tonight iiiiording telephone, messages davs below' I IIIl' bonier. and killed four
(iprmnns launched I their last drive on I that he betrayed fifty-nine German I
he by the fendeiless car nnd rolled thntyfoet. other texts are discontinued, but I loe'..ivod hero. Tho remainderof bandits' while another mot death front
the western flout in July, J'MS! was agents during tho \\jir and that
theie will bo an exchanges privloge. the expedition) follows.Contact maclilne1 gun! bullets fiom an airplane.Nine1 .
the :National;
made heir tonight by
had delivered into thu hands of the
That !i.> to May, your old b"okViIl buuecopted ; with ('iiriiin/ii soldiers also : hamlits ,said to )be pint of thnRentcim
Assoi 'mtioii for tho protection of United States the Gorman; agent, Luthar -
as half the price of tho new on tho tiail of the bandits and aheavy band woio captured at Coynino -
:Mexico whichgave : S\MI"ON: : CITY
Ameiiiiiii lights in Witcke alias Pablo Wnbierski,
of like grade.: This privilege) ho.1"1) lain whuh wiped, out tho fresh in a dance hall bv Ciniiinxa sol
nut stati'ment by Dr P, B. he'
n who Altondoif Bind boasted that
till 1st next.Thore t tiail! I exulted in the decision to abandon diersRcpcutH.
July I
Altondorf, flJl'mcl"ly of the U. S Mil Sampson City, Aug. :2!>. -Rev.Vil!-
< had blown up several munition )plants is no change in the high. the chase. that Jesus. Konteiia.1 loader

itary Intelligence Department. reciting ,, nnd stoies uf explosives, iiuluding! the liums tilled, his regular appointmenthere sihool text )books.NEW" I 'llio :Mexican federals, weie cneounteied of the bandits, had he'on 1 killed, werobioiigbt

hik expel lence as an American Black Tom explosion. in New York, ; Saturday nnd Sunday week-end] - .------ last night by a scout patiol and to the )bolder, to day but could!
secret serviceagent in :Mexico. He Hogan) Smith spent the I
', blew up some ships, nnd, caused disustious Kl\iit: I'after n eemforeiioo army ollieers de-1i not be ,'tIIllI'nll"l.,
of the with his in llawthoino.Mrs.
also warns Ameruans proposed forest fires in the Pacific parents "
GUI"man commercial conquest of Mexico W. II. Sloan spent Satuidayand I i I
is Northwest.Altendoif. in Starke' with her sister New River, Aug. 2!).-Mrs.: [.'. A. I l
plan Sunday
whuh he Geimany ,
says said that Wabierski! wasCOUI.t Misses :'I K\UJ.Y .FrLccnnr. :: lEI.I.GRM'll: : ; PRIN1ISG: LA\\S
intending yet to have absolute I Mrs. R. Burrows.J Andrews. and granddaughter''' .
ning, martmk'd und sentenced to die and :Neal-.; of :Mann and Leila Mae Andiews, were I P\ssin:: LEGISLATFKK
economic, political and military con Daughtry 'son, Herman Roboits. von. of C II. Robcits -
i\us before the ,
and that his Sunduv.
I case now church heie Sun visitois to Itrooker Saturday and -
trol of Latin America with headquarters Graham, attended '
I president. He said that this was the the well known Graham merchant 'I he Tolciriaph print<'ry i i" getting
in Mexico. day. I happened to an accident TIIOHduv out the laws passed I by tho last >
I : only case of a German spy rl'c'ivinA'such Rev King who has just closed a rogular
Altencloif that he helped to :III'. and l Mrs.: B. M.: Kelly made a ,
that being fatal nf tho Honda ,
came near HOHHion legislature
sentence in the United 8tatl'lI.I at Theremin, has ,
a series of meetings
train !900 German leservists in Mexico business trip to Hampton Thursday. I Herman, about 20 years' old!. was: for its own use nnd for that of many
I Altendorf claims to have made, two I made business trip I relumed home and loports a fine
and then foiled the plot for in- J. V. Jones a !
I lidmg n mule and the annual, bocom- slate papers' who have ordered tho
other disclosures including two wireless meeting.C !
financed hero morning !
,Mtsion which he declared was I
fiighteneil at something in the laws distiibution!
ing ficim" us, for to I thovoters
business visitoi
by a German, the notorious von Eck- : stations in :Mexico. He said that L Wjnn, of Graham, was a visitor :MoKmney: : was a : ,
< load made' nnd
a quick iinoxpectcdtinn ) as tho law loquii'os.\ Whatever
hardt Herman ambassador to :Mexico, 'he had discovered that von EikhurdtImd to our town Friday. I to I.nke Butler Saturdav. I and l thiow the rieloi The, bridle
and O. B. Ha/on motored II t may have been tho fault of tholegislators
abundance Will
and undeitaken with the co-opcrntion guaranteed" Catrnnya A. K. Smith was a butdnes visitor I
lines t tho .
reins woio regular plow they coitaiidy Hindu, laws
that what the former to Kaiford! :Monday ,
of and .
capital was
to (Giaham SaturdayMosdamos '
of Cai
ranaAltendoif nsseitod that prominent went to Europe: for last April.. I : Geoigo) Stone, and Frank A gonilli,' numUei of New Riverfolks young. man n ed I In tho, Hold, they. gotover many mote enactments than any ".
tho mule's head nnd in .
attended tho annual nWl'tillgat I .nllll''illighI piovloim Icgislattnc I tint wo remember.
Aliornnthv, of Gl'uhllmere guestsof
of Herman's feel
| manner ( one1 .
Koberson Sunday.\ Mvift look Sunday.Pi ,
Mrs. M.:
DEATH OP CL.U'IJ: SII.C'(>\ '011' L. L. Blackburn ireoxpiitmg i The mule1 ran lovvtiids I the c'ntei' of Oui ",Iuvil," who is just out of
IN: LIMBO rou i 1"OIUimt.. ;Airs ,1. :N-.; Wynn is visiting lola- 'of and : '' (
: lives and friends in Now Rivet.Messrs '. tho la tier's parents :Mr. nndMrs. t the town diagging the young man !, school, undertook to get upthe following

I Wodmsdav iiftoinoon Dan Stewart East Staike, Aug. :2S).-The deathangc : Tom ;Mills and l Flank Bev- : . < !io. M Collier, last of t tho week. along. Some men after several futile statistics. about the work in

and his wife. Jessie. ::Stevvait were .1 isiti-d the homo of :Mr. and illiof <:I'lhum'I'e visitors! hero They will make- till! trip here in their attempts to slop the mule1, finally sucj band, wbiih is in ll-polnl type( :
and! j: coded in doing so, nt the same lime 1 Number of covered, 12.
befnu' .1 Indjft. (iimlincr; on a charge! of Mrs: ' |D. L. Siliox Tuesday Sunday. ear" fiom DoSoto county.Wo pugos

foigi" .'. The pair, who travel mound bore away' the spirit of their little .son ? -A --___..-.- -- aio soiry to repoit little !Miss ., carefully preventing the animal from"topping Columns to page, RLc'iigth .

the "iniintiy fixing up mattiesses. Claud. All was done that loving and \IFOIll I ) Helen! Sweat'ingen on the Hick list this \ on tho helpless young man ( of columns. :20V4! inches.Nuiiibei .

, came in I ake' Butler, miJ] while thore kindlv hand"'! could do but
had a iheek\ pin'ported l to have been be done. Be.siiles his huurt-bioken Uaifoid, Aug, :2:!!).--Miss Uena :Mnrrof : Kidney Rivers and daiiihtoi, i gieat joy of all,. that no SOI-IOUH in- I inches long. .
J drawn by S. M.: Carver, cashed by W. parents he leaven to mourn his departure Highland l. bus retuined home from Mildied.! of Cleveland' I, O, lire visiting jim hud hiippom, d. thanks to the1 widai Numbi' of inches of I net matter!! ,
, R. Kiue. Ft was found that tho one sister nnd a large number n two weeks' visit with :Mr. and Mrs. hi i I' futlii, John Colson. i and smooth. load the lour loins; and I.I7H.\
of fi'lends whoso sympathygoes -. school ha.s oigani/.ed a 1 the ('III.. used in htopping the innli. nl- If the I linos were1' 1'111"1/ <1 to end( ,
ehl'"k'IIS foiled, and .Mr. and :Mrs.sjtewait young I R. D. Lee and! reports) a very II\\<-I't :New; River ;
1 weio arrestedNo '. out to the bereaved onost.Tho t time. A party was l given in her honor I lit in.v society and gave an interestiiH1 though Ihi1 voiing man h'IoII".n drag- t Ilieie. would l I he a stnp of metal :II.IOSfi I
, afternoon 1 god over "'ipiailei" mile III'V.. KMiildleton :. 11 long, neatly 5-H of a mill
: e\'nil IK'e to connect :Mr. Stewartwith little babe is gone to rest.To Friday night and 1 a very largocroud picigunn last Friday :
" tin foigoiy) lould be found l and ) i "ign, with God forl'\'er blost. attended.Miss I 'IIn'v had limitations! songs/ and a real of Sin i'lie und lr. Iliinlur, The' linos, or slugs, laid! flat, touching

hi was loliasod. But Mrs. Stcwait Its little tongue will always piaise : H'nllInrr: and 1 :Melvin Johns, I lively debate.Mis I I', of Hampton were immediately .sent! 'lI'h othoi. and soldered together,
befoin ; ) smw| nni|1 von, A. B., of Tnm- for and attended to tho 11I11I1'i..s.I would make a plate" of metal containing /
) was In Id in answer to the charge A Savioui's love, redeeming! graceArch nnd :\11n.. n Leo and daughterswont < I
vi"ltnt'MIt the homo of h1'I \\ consisted. of brumes all over :'JO! square) feet and 1-12:! inch thick.
the circuit court Farm Saturdnv i a weie I
the fall term of Thomas return.,1 back to his to the State I now"well '
. L F.I'lvlll.: last week. the body. Herman Is on tin1 'I In i iilunins placed one on top of I,
undoi a bond of $200.::! She wns not post of dutj in the army last night to the show.STARKE. I other. I .
way to rerovi'ry the iithor would make1 n stack 'i'J'iinebuH :( ,
able to furnish the bond and mis romanded hm "
Ho expects to secure wek'i high. '-1 1I

_to -jail.- ._- JL :: an oaily-.dati1. Henry Swilloy and W. I. Lindsay I 'I'ho linotvpo opoiator's) fingers. I. .
:Miss :Nelia; Coleman left a few
SCHOOL went to Star lie. Sunday tone'lied the! 'key board, KHr>, L\ST WEEK'S, C.AMK.S: I ago for Jacksonville where she will I I I71t
"e's" line
s An average! of four to a ,
visit her sister, Mrs. EUio Keone.Emorv I ,' '
makes ,!! I IS ,, used.DiHlanie .
IUI'o: S II .\VJ|: 11C'IiI.IITII: !
baseball team of Belmore I
Last week the Staike Harris, spent
I DVM.VGi: ': 10 POIIO (HOI' I ",,(!,'UII.I elevator" f linotype .t\ IJ(
and los with friends.Mr. .
won from Hastings. Thursday Saturday nifrht here I \\ollllllIlve II'ltvl.I.,111I11. straight ,. '.
Friday :Mis Carroll Drew ofGI'I''n I A BETTER SCHOOL ,
to the fast Ancient City boys and line1 11 milcH '
1 The State :Marketing Bureau "
1'1'"o.t" -
started out visiting MiI '.
and Saturday Hastings Cove Springs. mo 1
1'o\ln.IM of met ill uxod 1,100(). I'J
i the laii'cst "f sweet
in full bloom for the first few innings) I how's" father, John Drew. I crop potatoes '
ill Floi'ula. The bu- Sheets of jiapcr' , :110x II inclies piintcd 1j
their VKicklitl'r. of yet grown
but Staike took advantajro of Rev. and :Mrs, L. ,
out by the attended ,'hurI'l1 here Saturday I I l roan would probably have boon nearer :10,0(10.( fa
., weakening/ pitcher and l won Stark, I 'I'll"tal'k":: High\' School i giowini' ; I I.,i' tin..11'. olllse--. I correct if il had iomitot| | the largestacrcngo ,I'lmed, end to end. they! would miikua

>i'01 1' "( 111 'n :1 i. nightRev C. Saunders of Sunnysido ,I betlei with lospeit. to all ndaiiio, .Vtutid 1 in tin' nbovi' paiagraphOn ever planted 1 in Florida., II walk :IIO IMC.hcs wide and :20.! I-,1
Friday I and' Saturday our boys meta I Monday: ufteinoon, and ..turt-I, scholai..ship and \uiioty of courses offered. ,iigiilni' established I high sihooli I all sections of the. state have suuVroilas mile long- 11* much as you cure t-.
iamo i
would have up
real team but won eusy 'nurses are not usually questioned, asto : heavily fiom excessive1 rains asItiailford walk in u day.
If our batten could have recalled the ed a revival mooting.J their utility vuluu. The In piloting the1 nlieelH of pnpeir on
of Ilakor The rwent increased interest of the H'holal'ly or county has the1 yield I will bo
W. Green spent
costly! Godwin was relieved, l 'nurse' !both Hides bod of the count
error till1 ,
the week-end hero with his family. people in education togutlipr with the newly scheduled 1 agi ulturul very muih educed nnd I there will bi' press
" from the backstop position bv Richard )Harris( made a business compulsory school law will grently admits of graduation/ fiom high sihooland hardly more than a noirnal" I quantity ing luU'kwltrIItIl,1 forwaicl movements

cey in Friday's game Eppersonpitihed < : morning.. increase,' the attendance and scholar- 1 satisfies college entrance, >i't tho of potatoes, foi the market. 'Ibis. re-. would loquin1' a t track :'KM") mile1 long

.'.YJ'. good ball, but Godwin failed J tup to 811,1"11I..nday Jossio Thomas has returned I I1 whip during the coming years. We value of tho agricultural subjects tuki : fi'rs to I flu1 .onilv crop more particulaily if the1 movements were1 rcsolvc'd" ti> 'a
to receive in perfoit form, !so' St Augustine home from Gainesville where i he has i are proud of the standard, of scholarship 'n instead 1 of the subjects usually 'Die late fall crop may hiivcitime1 straight line. .
won out 7 to 4. I the school pupil has Six ink. rollers on thei, press made u
been attending school! Miss Thomas'frunils which has been reiogni/od; bytho tloctod by high to grow out of the rain damage
Pierce came back in Saturday'sgame will bo glad to' know that she 'I higher institutions of learning/ In"eii/ questioned.) A clipping' taken and yivld I fllh'ly,11 but most of the total of :\I.IJDIiOi) ) revolutions in printing

nfter wn-mng from Hastings to tench in tho Bradford County !( this state us well as some of the other fn.m an August. number of "The Florida farmers in this Moetion are' not/ counting tliu :10,000 shoe.ts of paper on both 'tr

Thursdaj' and, lost to St Augustine 8 is School this :I states allowing a pupil graduating (Grower" discusses the records ofhus on anything Ilk,. a full crop. sides.By.

to 0. lie was relieved in the seventh Hiirh. D C Harris tciuiW. of :Maxville: spent from thv Bradford High School to benlmiiud and l girls who have done ,some __ -- -- --.-- __ the1 I inn' the above computation

inning by Epperson of Wil1i ton, who last week with his brother here. to college without fuither study along the line of agncultuiuin IIM
pitched air-t lcht ball St Augustine I stud)' or examination; This standard lonnoctlon with the project work I : LMvi,.: the "ilevil", in the press room, trying

took advantage of every misplay and, allowed toit whuh they did at home or elsewhere. to' lunl out how many paddlefuls, of ink
\\oRiiuvn: >Nv.: o. w. MATTERS is rarely acquired or even
played 'inside baseball" in both high school other than a regular in'- The conclusion gamed from the clipping 'I'h roulth the ifenciosity of :Mi. S.R the ,pressman hud. put in tho reservoirof

t games.: Starke has a snappy ball club credited senior high school is vc'ry ,convincing as well as en- Johns a delightful I barbecue dinner thv pn, 'ss, and how ninili wa' lift;

this season and hopes to secure some The Worth ton Camp of Woodmen Although\ this being true, the county i'ouiaging* was enjoyed by an umber of his I I in t the.1 reseivcur On !being asked what;

more games: at home. will unveil the monument of lute superintendent and the county A boy or girl who belongs to one I friends last Sunday at the E:. I I'). ("unovu I m thunder hi1, wanted. to know that;

During their stay at Hastings:' and Sovereign It J. Roberts 1 at El/ey's' board of education were not satisfied of thu club orgam/od; by the dipaitment landing at Kingsloy lake. A I I for the'I youth explained that he wanted

St. Augustine the home team waa chapel, Sundny, September 7th, at :.1 with Ifsa than a real senior high of agriculture and l tho state colleges number of families have1! been enjoying 1 to figure out tin thickness of tho

treated royally and enjoyed their trip : m., .sun time All are invited. .school. So another high school teach gets better marks! in sc hool than I life at their Kingxloy/ lake cottage ink film that mado the impression visible

imensely. p. II. O. BROWN, Clerk er has been employed which admit* of ono who doesn't. Thi* is the testimony *, and thin was the big social affair on the paper und l how many hundreds

-_, __- A-- more supervision by the principal!: of of the county Buperintentlent..1 of thiv Rummer season.Mr : nf thousand l of such film* would

GROWING BROOM I CORN On Wednesday, September 3rd, at the school, also greater efficiency in 1 in, the counties in which club have Johns had a sUII-fi-d kid butchered I be required to make) an inch. The

the Worthington Camp of teaching since better organization of been organized as brought out by n at hi* farm together with a don ;/- pressman for answer caught/ ; tho
8 tfl.,
" p. the school be had. I recent inquiry in the southern state*. frying chickens and /grown chickens i I learned youth by the left ear and led
Rev. :N.-; T. King, of New River, was Woodman will discuss! the question: entire can
in town Wednesday with a load of "Resolved, That the arts. of nature an As to variety of courses-for the In Monongahela county, W Va, for for pliau a* well a* Kingslcy lake him out of thet press! room. Then the

broom corn, which was sold to the more attractive to the human eye last few years two courses have been two year a complete record has been fish added\ to the list! of meats. W. foreman took. him by tho right ear
club member and II. Jones. the of I and led him to the corner when) the
Quigley Broom Company. Quite a than the art of man." You are in offered to the pupils! the literary kept of fifty-three professional chef
number: of Bradford county farmers vited. Come and bring your family. course and the science courses. These of the same number of pupils. of the Bradford ami other (rountie., presided broom In kept The operator just; thencontrived

experimenting. with broom corn.Mrs. ------+------ courses have for .some years been I same grade and age and from tho over barbecuing the meat, which l to make hi.* machine

:are W H. Pinholster, of the Brooker GRAHAM standardized so that their value and same schools. The records show that was comenced at three o'clock Sunday "squirt" and tho young Archimedeshollered

gection, recently" .sold 1 the Quigloy relative importance are unquestioned the club members in their monthly examinations I morning\ "Chef" .Tone being assisted I as the hot metal struck his

Company 500 pound* grown on her Graham Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs.Odcll Lait year a four-year agricultural have averaged fifteen per by Mr. Paul E) Canova Mr Jones I free:klfd neck Only the longsuffering
those who do not belong' is salesman editor must be BHtisfiud! with noruiresH
farm The farms report varying experiences Abernathy and Miss Onie I course was added. This rourse includes tent above a traveling representingGujrgonheimer I

with the pro uct. Some Graves made a business! trip over to a year of work spent on each to a club, twelve 1"1' cent in attention I cv: Company, of Lynchburg .

think it will be a difficult crop to han Calnevillponday.! : [ of the following subjects: Plant production I and l twenty-three per cent in attendance Va, a largo dry goods: house, I An old-time tramp printer camo

dle while others! think it is easily J. H. Surrency was in Gainesville which is a study of .soils and i !: at high schools after! ,'omplet-i und has large number of friends m i along and veeing(' the form of the
I ) At the Bradford in fact throughout law supplement fainted l. After .
made and l cured and that it will provo Monday: on business crops; animal husbandry\ which involves ing the eighth grade county, and
probable and Jas. Reynold all the problems! of animal polling content in the county all tho I' the state. When the dinnor hour i been brought to with a bottlu of
It now se ms Chcsley Fogg!
a paying that several crop will try it on a larger : were visitors! to Starke :Monday. duction ; horticulture, which 11lI'lu.I".1 II winners were" club boys or girls. I II I arrived, a bountiful supply of coffee, ; near-beer, he declared that it would.

scale next" year" Supt. E R Poppell was here look- the raising! of vegetables, vine and I A four-year record in Comanche pickles, cakes, pies!, etc, was added to have taken the best hand! compositor

after the interests of this school i tree fruits, and last, farm management county, Texas, shown the scholarship barbecued meats and everyone enjoyed I at loust 72 10.hour days to set up tho
fttidge at :t.-"" ; ;:. r.... 1 i I which includes farm mechanics. of the club buys and girls to be eleven I I to the utmost the delicious 72 column* of mutter. With the linotype

every 15 .seconds on Tuesday" *he fir* Thursday.Miss Grace Spark, of Louise, is Two of these courses' will be offered per cent above. those who do] not belong ': spread Special mention is due the I tho work wus done at odd 1 times,

Uy it was. open. The bridge tencf attending school here. yearly This year it has been planned to a club Of the tOOO boys and : flub pilau, as it was cooked Spanish without interfering with the regular

was instructed to keep a count, Mrs. J. A. Graves has returned to offer" the courses in plant production girl* in rural .schools in the county, style and was perfectly! deliciuut.I : work.

the first hour he recorded 406 a1 from Savannah Ga., and other points and horticulture. The pupil who not one expelled or sunpendcd wait a I Enjoying this dinner were J. M f. Alvarez - -*-

one every ten seconds or oftener in that state take an agricultural course will do a Hub member. The superintendents and family, E. E. Canova and JSlSIIOI' HKKD' :) WILL OFFICIATEThe

tor in the day the number was smajler. :\Ir!!. Etha Reynolds, of New River, project, which means that he or nhn agree that club members are more active i family, W. O. Powell and family, S.R .

averaging between 200 and 250 a' is here this week, guest of her sister" will raise a crop on a plot of ground have more inspiration to do better Johns und family, A. V. I
hour Mrs. Percy JoneaWilliard either" at home or on the .school farm work and possess the desire! to : family, O J. Griffin ami. family, Mr. of Florida, will hold: service at St.

I'' .! Smith left Tuesday! for.points in case the pupil cannot arrange to search for new things. Very few club and :'olr... N. T< Ritch, P. E. Canova :Murk' church Sunday, August 31st,

I ._ Tampa's big cigar strike came tf I .south.E. raise his crop at homo. All persons members stop school in the lower and family, W. H. Jones! of Lynchburg. at 11 a. m., and 8"H:: p. m. All are in.

,f .; n"end Saturday morning when th ... L. Crosby and son, George, were or pupils over 14 years of ajre, whether grades, and those not of their own I Va., Silas Silcox and "UncleBill' I vited! to come and hear this noted di-
cigarmakers to return I I .
rot of 2,129 I hoico. Carpenter vm '
here Tuesday enroute to Jacksonville in high school or not, may arrange I
work, pcceptir.g the offers made bJ

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4 I Ii i One Snowy DayBy Food Value ,

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I I ETTA DEANE ROS31TER Determines the

i qtr n, c1r, ,t r 1jry I When Lucia Evans confessed to her ;. Value of Food

Imo' father and mother that she was deeply :!

<, II I I la love with the man who had presented -:|
\ 4f his claims for consideration to Itshould bethe food value that
r those parents, there was a disappoint- I j
.! ed expression: In the taco of Mrs.) vl1ns determines the value of foods. Take self

f .. : and Lucia's father was silent. flour for instance. This
: "I fancied that It would be Noel rising I
I: .'I; I 1:1 1:1I t e J ,1 r t iY I rla Dayton, Lucia," spoke her mother. is of varying grades, much of it sellingfor
"Oh, dear, no 'I" dissented Lucia In
I \ I her frank Impetuous way. "I have the same or even less than the plain .

>1'I' I liked Noel as a friend and his sister flour, which in itself is evidence of the
1, I'I'r : Alice Is my dearest chum, but I-I nev- :
fact that it is of inferior Natur-
'" quality.
r I er thought of Noel] that wag""I :
, ; ; I have no objection to Mr. Parker," I ally, then, its food value is less than that

(. +11rt yj, I ,tf ,h r t spoke her father slowly] "Il<. seems
of flour.
: Y i to ben most estimable young inch but a pure plain

; do not forget, dear, that you have
: '= 'I known Mm for only a short time, while
It / i : Noel and Alice were your childhood I Ii In the long run it really costs

4 / lf1 I Ih i plnjmntes.] However we have a full more and represents a waste. There is
: year to try out this new lover of II |
( real in it. Some house-
f. : I yours i no economy
,. "There never was an old one 'I" do- under the that it
, I wives are impression
I I "Then It was not because Noel wished saves them a little effort, but in this they are

'j I II SAY, you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll otherwise," observed Mrs. I vuns. ;,: mistaken. Self rising flour must often be siftedas
'; all right if you'll Allen Parker was manager of the
i pep-in your-smokemotor, ,
I j wholesale' house In ", hll'lI11': Evans it is inclined to get lumpy. The food valueof
and (
ring-in with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers
t was a partner. II* had been In thisservice
; ; lI nail some Prince Albert for packing I less than six months He" had a prepared flour is considerably less than a

/, ;,i I Ill come well\ recommended and, hud, demonstrated -I good grade of pure plain flour which is made

: II ., Just between ourselves you appealing all along the smoke line. his business efficiency and I from better wheat and contains no cheap leaven-
I -i never will wise-up to highspotMen who never before could trustworthiness In the highest

1 L r ,r.. ,,. smoke-joy until you can call a pipe smoke a pipe and men who've There was however nothing known of degrl'e'j ing agent or calcium sulphate, commonly called
cedents and Mr.
by its first name, then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testify Evans were not given to making new plaster paris, often contained in the ingredientsused

, J peak-of-pleasure you land square to the delight it hands out I P. A. friends promiscuously. On the con I] in self rising flours in order to cheapenthe

I on that two-fisted-man-tobacco. can't bite or parch Both are trary, Noel Dayton had been brought I
! Prince Albert I cut out by our exclusive patented up In the neighborhood and naturally | product.
' as to the parents he was their '\' 1
{Iii y 4j/ Well, sir, you'll be so all-fired process I Noel was also employed In a chol'e'l

III,} + 4 z happy you'll want to get a photoRight now while the going's position by Evans & Co. Thus the flour question servesas

t ,: t t graph of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old jimmy "1'urker Is a better man than I am," I a very good illustration of what I
Noel told his sister "but I bail, become
11 1. s pike with your smokethrottle wide pipe or the papers and land on I thevaluc of foods shouldbe
t. deeply attached to Lucia end a fellowfeel mean by saying
open I Talk about smoke-sport f P. A. for what ails
[t some your \ !It, to have a newcomer brush him determined their food value. And like-
ti by
; I Quality makes Prince Albert so particular smokeappetite I aside."
"You seem to have found ready ron- wise the economy of using various foods shouldbe
You fc. Prlnr Alkmrt...ryu.A & .f.. //. Tow rmf*. .
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ftftfyrca fin*. AM! n m i poMifrf fond tin A mmor and determined in a similar manner. It isn't
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-1h.f po rf cr* humidor unlA pon.T ter, Intimated Alice mischievously
I .:'.."l..r._t C:a.D..dda.: ,,/ _.,.,... sop that *..". .i/h.
J. Tobacco Win.ton-Salem N. C. Sis, but I want to be and Intend -
R. Reynolds Company, opposite is often the case.
I w to ba sure that Allen Parker Is
&Iff -- __n. .__ __ .. ' all he pretends to be, square and true

iH' 'I'll ElmSSA: :Miss Pearl Cason, of Melrose, spent I was visiting friends here Sunday af aDd worthy of the finest girl In the
It I I Saturday and Sunday with Miss Daisy I ternoon.Mr. clty--exc pt your dear self." 7A. ''
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, I MY Theresa AUK. 29.The meeting Moore. "And Ada Porter! hinted Alice - '
and Mrs. T. II. Waters were
i \\I '( conducted at the Baptist! church dur- Master Roy Brown, of Starke, is trading in Lake Butler Wednesday gently

"i il ing last week by KCVK. N. T. King visiting his sister, Mrs, Ben Sasser. :M. L. Colson and family, of Bland, Noel's gloomy face regained some NOTE-Mist Costello is Q.lIadlwell known to most of till ladies of
[ I G. A. I'revatt, W. :M. Carlisle and I U>>. I). W. !Moore and family motoredover were visiting here Sunday. of lu natural sunshine as the weeks our city. She a of the Donestts Science Branch of the University of
i. I. L. Phillips closed Sunday morning to Hampton Sunday afternoon. Earl Peeples and Wilbur Brown' went on. Lucia was gracious, kindly, Chicago. Simmons College, Boston Cooking School a graduate of Lewis L
1 Muct interest was manifested and Sam Swindel was a visitor to Hampton and quite sisterly whenever they met. Institute. Supervisor of Domestic Science in Public Schools, Special
', : the services largely attended. Several Saturday. spent. Sunday afternoon in Lake Butler Allen put himself out to be not only Lecturer on Domestic Arts and Economy, Special Lecturer to the
I friendly, but useful to Noel. fie took Women's Clubs.
new members were added to the I Charlie Phillips left several days a
. church. ago; for Larkins where he will be employed Seeber" Stokes was a business' visitor him In hand In a business way. He We art publishing a series of her mast important article
J 1 '- r Messrs. J. W. Batten and S. B. in trucking this fall. to Lake Butler Wednesday. Instilled sum beneficial trade principles > -
g I. Woodard spent several days of last I :Master\ Arthur Moorer was li visitor George :Miller made a business trip Into his rnlud and Noel was quite .
week in Starke on business. to Sampson City Friday afternoon Worthington Springs Saturday. I I.J. proud when, through the Instrumentality -
I . S. Brown was in Luke Butler i of Allen he was advanced both In
? Mrs. II. K.: !'oloonr spent Friday at . .
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,t Sampson City, guest of her grandparents S. II. Woodard, was a business visitor Mondny."FAKE" position and salary. Habitual Constipation Cured Child j
No Worms lit a Healthy
a .;. :Mr. and, Mrs. 1) Hull. in the ISrooklyn .section :Monday( One morning Allen phoned him that In 14 to 21 Days
All children troulilnl i with worms have au un"LAXFOS -
Mrs. Madison (Hall/ was a visitor to :Mrs. McGillary and children he would be delayed with a client and .
spenth'riday ASPIRIN : WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyhealthy color which Indicate poor blood. anil' as a
i Hampton Saturday. at Sampson City with her Noel l took command of the managerial iotfce. || prepared SyrupTonic-Laxativeforlinbitual rule, there l Is more or lews utomach disturbance
I Misses I! lioKHJe and Nettie I ubose, grandparents: and :Mrs 1) Hall. He went through the mall, anti, j i Constipation. ]It relieves promptly but GKOV E'S TASIELESS will TONIC::! the bloodlim'
I 'I of Stui,', are \i-titmtr here ill the :Mrs Josephine Sullivan returned chancing to open a drawer In Allen's should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days prove for two the three digestion weeks and act eoxi-h ea a General?Strength::
home of Mr. and, :Mrs. M. 7. Sullivan. Sunday afternoon to her home in WAS TALCUM desk cearchlnjr for some blank vou'hI| to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and eotaaTonlc to the whole system. Nature will then
era, his became fixed I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c throwonordlepelthewormsandtheChlldwlilhiper
Uncle Jim King: was a visitor to Hampton after spending: the past I eyes upon a presentment .
bottle. lo perfect health. Pleasant to take. sac per buttle.181IO
that chained attention and
I'-ilatku last week. week here taking. in the services ,
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Miss Florence droll left Wednesdayfor )/ which were held at the Baptist church But , : t : Waldo whore he will spend several I K. I K. Burrows was in our burg Kii- therefore Insist Upon Gen There lay two one hundred dollar STILL DOING BUSINESS I ntH
, I ;; days with fur "'r.lrR.: I P. :M. day, enroute to his home in bank notes. pinned to a card on
c t.. t uine "Bayer Tabletsof Reorai 1 order and satisfied custcmrrs who have used Or,rl''! xrf
Ii't. Center.: after several days visit in South Florida whll'hIi'l written "OctavIa Muir- year after, year, who always gladly recommend our at ou, 10 itr r
''il; i Miss Eloise: Owsley and brother ). on business, Aspirin" heail., An open sheet lay In full view. neighbors are our hut dv.erii.-ment Our p-ices, r t al! v'.w, if .
Charlie, were visitors to Hampton Jesse AdkiiiH spent the week-end "At till lulu iiirdtu," It read. "At I lowest but when QUALITY 1s Lomidned. ,m...r too h,jh '..Vr't t
" Saturday Lake Butler with relatives. precisely nine, Tuesday. evening for !Infest price lists. rr send order and you ,ill te treated right.'
was all, but
I) W. Moore
j was n visitor to the Lonl1i Hitrhtower, of Brooklyn, visited K!.; O5PAINTUH
FERTILIZER CO. Jm-ki.oiiviIIe. 1'lorU.-
' (county metropolis Saturday. friends here Sunday It was enough to arouse Noel to a settled I

t 1*. :M. Geiger: of Waldo, made II'' Kills:: Wilson and little son, of la ly conviction that Allen Parker wasdeceiving :

business trip here Wednesday.Messrs. I Stnike, attended, church here Sunday. Lucia was proving himself I -" < /> "-l
: ferry and, Garfield: Johns Theresa. !is figuring: on being well unworthy of the, pure, Innocent ;girl >
of Hampton; were in our hurt Sunday represented ut Graham Sunday. who was betrothed" to him The Blue ,
afternoon G. :M. Bennett was a business. visitor Oarll..n11" it rendezvous for the giddy P0fQCi1011
:Mrs. Hen Sasm-r has returned, homo to Starke ;\Iontln '. Aspirin. ; !is the trade mark of Bayer mid' dissipated of both sexes. The f1
if from a two weeks' visit near Sturke :\Ir"1"Gillary: and children were dosage. I fuinlllitrly worded, note, the card, the
with her parents in Hampton Saturday morning while Millions: of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets money nil placed' Allen under certain ;

q4" :Mrs. W. :\1. Brown, of Starke" spent enroute to their home nt Centre Hill.Mr. I were sold by a Brooklyn manufacturer suspicion.
) ;ii Saturday and Sunday, here with rela- : and :Mrs. Roscoe Khiimcs, of which later proved to be composed Noel Jumped nt a conclusion. lie I 1
s;, tirs. I North Carolina, are here on a visitto mainly of Talcum Powder. felt it a duty to follow down furtherthe J'Y' i"t',
A. I.. Sullivan made a business trin. his pnn'nt.Ir.. : and :Mrs. C. A "Buyer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, possible perfidy of Allen. There
to Starke Saturday. Rhamcs. They will leave one day this genuine, American made and American ) was but one thing to do, he decided
Sheriff Kpperion: and )Deputy Itais- week for Gainesville, where they will owned Tablets are marked with learn more details of Allen Parker's
den! of Starke, motored out here on make their future home. the safety "Bayer Cross. Interest In this Octnvlu Mulrheml and
Thursday afternoon on business" :Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Sibley left Ask for and then insist upon "Bayer then warn Lucia. At nine o'clock that 1

Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside, motor- Sunday morning for their home at Tablets of Aspirin" and always buy evening Noel feeling somehow treacherous Ig.f L e IC
ed over here Sunday afternoon. Starke after an extended visit with them in the original Bayer package but striving to believe bit was l 1 1,

,. C, A, Uhamcs motored over to her pnr.'ntR1: r. and :Mrs C. A. which contains proper directions and acting as the champion of Innocence, '
,; Hampton Saturdny.Mr. Youngblood. They" expect to go to :Manufacture of Monoacetlcacidester lot In a soclnded corner of the rendezvous = t' : and :Mrs T.1.: ]Hasran, of Tampa soon to make their future appointed.. He saw a flashily -
Hampton ', home dressed! bold acting rouged woman -
\\ 'rerUI'Rts Sunday of
their dlluJhtl'r.11'11.: H. D. :May. .. -. - LEMONS WHITEN AND meet Allen. Money passed between
Sunday a large crowd, of people" :MILLER BEAUTIFY THE SKIN them and then the woman hand-
I went out to Crystal lake to witness avery > ed a folded paper to him. Noel start
,t' impressive (ceremony the baptizing I :Miller, Aujr. _'!!).-J. C. Ward of ed to leave the place so as to be ableto
of fourteen Providence Make This Beauty Lotion continue the trail of Allen further.
: boys and girls, who passed through here Friday The man with a good savings
had, joined the church during! the recent enroute to Pukes. Cheaply For Your Face, A crowd At the door delayed] him. Ifs
. revival as follows. : Misses Palsy : Olson Thomas made a business tripto Arms was abashed, as a hand was placed! on I account can leave his loved ones
s ;Moore Kstelle '\'ootlurl.linnle, : HUB-: I Lake Duller Wednesday. Neck and Hands. his shoulder.,
an, Rhoda and Eunice: Bennett, Her- : :Mr. and! :Mrs. Jim Tomlmson, of i "Why, Noel I" spoke Allen "'''hat p / each day with a clear conscienceand

I f. tit! Swindel Gertrude and Elsie II in- Lake Butler, passed! through here on At the cost of a small Jar of ordinary In the world brings you to a place like a happy disposition.
'r Ron and :Mrs.' W. :M. Brown, of Starke, Sunday enroute to Providence to visit cold cream one can prepare a full thlsT""I
c I
:\eR( r". Kilmer : the latter' : of the was wondering, the same thins
r Woodard. Cecil Moore parents Mr. and! :Mrs quarter pint moat wonderful lemon ; I
t. t Sam and Willis Swmdel and Samuel O. \'. HrooksMessrs. skin softener and complexion about you\ nnnniered Noel In an emI.iirrussed. 4 He knows that his family will

J. Woodard. : . H. E. lint! J. .L. Drown were beautifier, by squeezing the juice of yet challenging \\ay.It be
I :Miss flaky' :More spent n few days business visitors. to Trenton Tuesday. two fresh lemons into n bottle con- Allen suspected' that he had, been I / ( protected from immediate want wJ

I last week" at Melrose with :Miss Pearl Quite a number of the people of our taining three ounces of orchard white followed he did not say "0. A thoughtful '/r no matter what befalls him.
Cason. section attended the "Ilig August" Care should be taken to strain the juice expression came Into his fuce.

Alvah Saxon, of Hampton, was a meeting at Swift Creek Sunday. through a fine" cloth so no lemon pup! Then he handed the paper he had, received f .. t.
J J"v-n.
I If f a tpvery; .,,,,
visitor here Friday. I R. :M. Reaves of 'VDrthin ton, was gets: in, this this lotion will keep. fresh! from t the Woman to :Noel.'; I y'C''' -
:Miss F.stelle: Woodard, hall received" here on business Saturday for months. Every woman knows that Old f'II/I\\| / '," he said, kindly "I have ily this 0
a letter from her cousin, Pvt. R. F. The monument erected! in memoryof lemon Juice is used to bleach and remove been working to huj that documentfor I dt J ((1' l It

11 i Tillis, who served I for several months the late Sov. li.iiford: .\. lIil'r... n such blemishes as freckles, gnllowncss siime (line. It appear. to be a note 1v' 1 .tit open a ,. .
t with the A. rF.: ., stating that ho had l member of :Miller Camp W. O. W, and tun and Is the ideal skin to which )UI1. In your old days probably .,
f ; landed in this country and was expecting will he unveiled on the first Sunday in softener, whitener and beautifler. when not quite jourself.( !signed! the "..
,. to be mustered out soon. September at Elzey's Chapel All Just try it! Get three ounces! of name of jour employer. That womanIs $-4--$-- $ $ $-$-$-$-$- I
Arthur Bennett went up to Hamp \\oodmen are cordially invited to at- orchard white; at any drug: store and the go-between of ono of your old "
ton Wednesday afternoon and went tend. two lemons! from the grocer and makeup gambler friend' Take It. destroy It Great
from there to Karleton Thursday with Eugene: Douglass was a business' ) a quarter pint ''t this sweetly frngrnr.t and-forget." Oaks; from. power" !

the Hampton ball team, where they visitor to Worthington Saturday. lemon lotion! and,f msa.age,:: it daily "AIT except what you have done for I
met the Melrose team and tried their Roland Thomas and ""n. :Murray, into the face neck, arms and hands me !" breathed Noel Dayton, the tears Bradford C
I luck in an interesting tame The were visitors to Starke Thursday It is t.mrveljus to rmoothen rough red< of mingled: !shame and gratitude rushIng -
score.was I H!..to_5 in Hampton's. favor. Cameron Fralick, of Providence, hands.-Adv. ((96)) to his eyes. "Ob, bow I have misjudged > ESTABSta

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liP :- - ----. '\ I ter the h ---T bear soon caught u Felix Supp, of Alachuu, Nelson GICCMI -- -- ::,

: News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. pig and then started for the woods.In Ralph Alvurei, William Supp, of ---'I..J ..;....:....::;. ". -- "7.....:..____ TI j
:1 I the1 meantime :\11'11lote": had secured Stnikc. l Ethnn Sapp. Donald and (ieinld .-
I u gun from. the house and! I Adkins. Stafford Crews, of NewKivrr t

SwN ; ed in puisuit. :S She tired at the Atal.t-I :Ml. and! ::111'''. J. U. Cn'w.11': ,
1-Live stnk.ntf him in the body and fencing und :\11'>1. .1. N Hunter, :Mr.' und :Mrs,
l: him to release the heig, which lost no J. C. Yin'borough, and little son. :Mi.. I Do You Know Your
----' time in making his get-awny. The und :\11.... Sum: Whitchciid und ohildien -

Told ; Our Exchanges.: i i -.heits were too small to seriously hint :Mr. nnd :\11',.. Knby Cic-ws and '
the beur, so he made his escape to little daughter, :Mr. and :\11'". F, T ; Own Business ?

- --- -- tho swamp, after having be-on followed Norman und baby, :Mr. and ::111'". John
for noaily two miles by !Mis. :Mutes elc'moll11': and :Mrs.' WarrenBloodsworth '
A colony of 500 is the manufacturers' I II
persons offer of a flat increase
" develop-I nnd baby, :Mrs. Louis
ing a co-operative beach t of 15 per cent all around and The county comnusisoncrs of linker demons and children, :Mrs. :Mulley

George's land near Pensacola. binders, and stand out for a 25 per county have issued a statement in Alvarez, :Mrs. 1''. M. Norman, :Mr. and I If you own shares in a
cent increase
as originally demanded. which they assert that the cattle; tick :Sirs. Leon Rcnfroe, of New River t
" East Lake Tohopckaliga id out of is costing the cattle men of that county :Mrs. Delia Frlerson of Texas, :Mr. business do you want ttII
its banks in since the
many places recent Reports of profiteering on the detour head. This is bused '
J $8: a statement and :Mrs. Elzie Gunter nnd children,
unprecedented rainfall in the St. south of Kissimmee where it was on tho fact that tick quarantined of Waldo. II :: Government employe to If
Cloud section. reported that
unscrupulous people cattle do not bring; as groat u pricein -A -- -
were charging exoibitnnt prices to the open market us those that are HIGHLAND: tell your executives how -
I'oik county has an orange grove pull cars out of the mud caused by tick free. Cattle men in that county Ill.,
that during: the Reason just ('loMednettl'd the heavy rains, caused the to run business. _
county lire pay me; taxes on 11000 head of cut your
the owner $51,000. This net commissioners to get busy and! put on tle, which ut the loss .stated makes Highland: Aug. sum was received from the sale of : teams and wagons to relieve the un $110.000! ) the cuttle men are losers. ThoOWlll'rs of Jacksonville, in'rived Friday ,
fruit from :l"i!: acres.Leesburir fortunate travelers free of for u few days visit with datives.. J
cost rl.
of If
the cattle huve boon dipping
loyal effi-
are a
you '
:Mrs A. 11. :Nichols: and children left : 1,111'11,
I to orudicute the evil, but un m- .
has been visited by Engineer A negro named Nolan Scott wns sullie'ient number of vats is causing for their home at Jacksonville Wednesday ploye do you want apoliticalappointee Ir
Harden and x\erul assitants of found dead on the trucks of the Sea their loss, nfler spending sometime herewith : 1"1 ,
the eiiKineerinK departments looking board Air Line between Lake City lelutives.Mrs. ) : to have ':: '

over the situation and pinna for the I and<1 Wateitown Sunday morning. The A white mnn \\as :rested ami presented : II. I'. Wimbi-iTy und :MIHS IHIicl : ,II"! .'
deepening of the Oklawului. fact was Kii'kf spent Wednesday in Jacksonville the "
immediately made known to in police court ut St.: 1'etors- power to injure your
the .heriff, who : I \
investigated, and asa bmg Kridiij' on u bulge of IIl'slIl'l"t- ,
With tho immediate (erection of a result a coroner's jury was culled mg with negroes und occupymij n Di. G. W. Miovvn, of J.llwh'11" n : : concern by hampering its !Iil.a. /"
factory to convert shrimp soap into and rendered the verdict of having place of business fur only. business visitor beie Thursday. IIII
fertih/er, Fernadma uil lhavo the met death by being run over by the This ii'vctfco of the "Jim 1'iow" luloWHS :Miss Wimfii'dVimbelly. und; :MaxWimbeily I operations or by interfering ,i.1 i.
pioneer plant in the United States west bound freight. \\'C'J''iMitur" to Jacksonville
u novelty thole, this being tholust
material. I Thuisdny., ,I'I'I with its ?
for the utilization of this cuse of a white muii being nr- ; ;;, efficiency
Forty religious sects are represented reste'd for such un utfense. Judge.Maurer 10. \\ lkins >II returned from a few /1 ,
bus extendedto ill St. Potersbuig, some with duvs \'i"ltIth lelutlvpB at Jackhonv I/ 'I
A railroad (trade been only : tulod thut it WHS us l1Iuc.hIIltainMt '
a point six miles west of :Moore one or two members. This fact was 1 the law for u white mun to go v Thursday.Mis. I Perhaps you have no'I'
: .lames und children
The shoi of Lake Okeotho- developed, by the religious of into
Haven. census u place for fur
negroes us u negro
that city taken a few weeks of Law ley nriivcd Sunday for IL few ticed the effect of Government
bee is BO dotted with tents that it ago It to enter places exclusively for
looks like a big army camp was found that there are H78 persons I white. R. W. Puckott, agent for an days visit with Mr. Shepurd. Mrs.Shepurd IJI'11
in St. Petersburg who care nothing insurunce com puny which does u large has just returned' from amonth' .1" control on the '
about, the church, do s-tay in the mountains. of "
1IaryViI"on, aged four years, a I not attend and business among the negroes, was "
daughter of Mr. and :\Ir!!. Hugh Wilson j don't want to. The number of those found m a negro pool room playing North Georgia.L : railroads, telegraph, and Ii IiII'i
who belong to some church W. Wilkinson and 1 Lon Moseley! 'I'I
of Jacksonville, was HO badly ran up to pool with negroes. !
scalded last Tuesday when she fell In-I| 1,557 white persons. were v'isitors to Jacksonville Friday telephone. ;'

to a pot of boiling water that she died I Tangled in u fishing: line while try and Saturday., !

Wednesday night. Constantino Cnstnllion, 14-year old ing to lund a big roelfish, John :M.Schnll Thomas Colwcll. Maxville: spent :, :
several last week here with lela- Bills have been introduced to ,
son of Dairyman Castrillion, was fatally I was drowned in !Long bayou,
Work has begun on the construction shot through the abdomen by his near St. Petersburg lust :Monday und tivcsMessis. tIII'! license and regulate the packing ;
of a crate and veneer mill at Lees-! brother-in-law Mexican: Fiidny, af his body 1''CO'c'I'l'rby/ winding m the : 1Ca..h'r:. and G. W. Pinker 1" I II"
burg, the promoter of the enterprise ternoon in West Tampa. Tho boy line on his icel, after friends hud maile n business' trip to :Maxville! Sitt- i.ll:. industry-perhaps your business

being L. It. Walling, who has investigated died later in in the eVl'ninr'sla accused spent bulf un hour dmng in VII in for urd.iy.' : u will be next
and finds that there is need for his young hroth(>J'-in.lllw of' tak the bod)'. :\11". Schull nnd, some friends Willustin was a visitor to Jacksonville ) I"..11I1 "I
such an industry in the vicinity. ing some money he had in tho hout-e. went to ilie buvou to I'mli for icellKh, Siitunlay.W
I The boy denied taking it arid Ysla is und :Mr. Schull waded out in wutor up M. Wimberly made n trip to :: : You would probably dislike '

About 100,000 bushels of peanuts said to hnvc taken him out, tied him 1 to his \\ ami oust into u holt thirty (:nun, ,sv'ille Sunday : to have this happen to busi:1,::1
flnllls; business visitor jjJl' your
will he raised this year on the farms I to a tree and shot hm with a :HH cnli feel( deep, whole he hooked u big Gadsoii was a
nl'arIoore: Haven. An elevator is bre Colt pistol.Mayor He hud u bait can Hti.ippodto ' to Stlll'lonlaY\ : t'' ness even more than you would :
fOI.1the I IIIH nnd, uUo hud tied :Miss ('l.iru :Mae Shepurd, of Lawley I :1
j being built at that point to care I waist to hi.- dislike to have daily supply
the for few of your
I is guest u d.iys
godbeis and nnvy beans. | : ,Jus L. Giles, of Oilundo! bolt u Htnng to which worn' attached
will soon be able to qualify us an expert i several smaller lish ho hud citught./ Infighting ;MisWinifred, Wimberly.J !i; :' of meat interfered with. ::1
) I D. Unfold l and two dlllllthh'I'If
the rodlish{\ the lino became
The Ashbee, a ,700 steel vessel j aviatoc, according to the report' '
built by the :Merrill-Stevens Shipbuilding given of him by Lieut. Brown who slack in some unexplained> WilY and Jacksonville, spent Tuesday IWI'('. !I'i I It

Coiporution of Jacksonville, took the mayor out for a little spin I'| wus winppod nbout hm feet anil<1 leg --- t ;

is soon to be ordered into erv l'e. The : in his air I'uckard. Lieut. Brown. i I In Ins struggles to get the lino loose Piles Cured lit 6 to 14 Days I II
sea service bureau haM been instructed headed for Kissimmoc, making the and land the Kill, ho' llouiidoi'od nit atho Druili'Ms! !I rnfim.l money If TA/.O (HNlMFNTfull"luctiro ""IIII'! 1. 7;
: \
to provide thin steamei' with a crew. trip there in eighteen minutes.) On | deep wilier of the hole nnd, did ll.Jilnil Mlii'd 'llrcdinn; r I'rotrmllnit I ; I'llix, !' President It" II
'' l'kl< tuxl yuu inn til .
j i :::::]tr\! ;; :;: \ : .: :: "
the return flight :Mayor Odes wns given not come up, the weight of the lish Hr-r in* Kiitiun I'm i .MJOMICKIF /
Cocoa: the home of the famous Indian the controls, lie took hold of the und land tho lish, be floundered into --- -- - jlUhl,' r 1"11'iltjli !

I Uivc-r orange, is the second largest muihine like an old \eterun. driving I him down. After several men hud j, i :
citrus shipping point in the state. the machine home spent sometime diving for the body S4YRBOOST I "
!I \
" I ; I, ,:,!
his und reel :
Six mammoth modern packing houses pole were found in the 1\1

t are located there. Concerning, the FIII'mlnd a wheat Live field Stock near! Heirord !Mariannu -- :,'| shallow in water m tho and body when was the found line to wusroelccl be ; fk "Ab.MM. -fvV'n .11.11 I JII'liI' ,,, Swift & Company, U.S.A. iI:, :!!!

11' 'TVo/O
In n badly mangled, condition the :, is informed that this Is the second fastened tightly in the line. \o\.. \\,1iQ.C'T \ INI ""ilt''"
0""" .. 1 U'T QQ.\N1' "'ONT 't
body of Eli 1 11. Long/ a Ragman of the : year that wheat has been planted in '- 00"" '" CVVOXvV 'w .' \. "'-0-' I II I I' ,....
Line that county, and the results \ AMH.IclUl.r: "''I'''
Seaboard Air railway, was found have been > pPv9E R. e.RT'>wO N.*' t \ '
a short distance enst. of Raid win at *! I so satisfactory that there i i" no doubt Tvsewt V4OZ. ** EDltbO.MVO aq:
o'clock Thursday. mornin He lived this will be one of the regular' crops Ynndorhilt, Aug. :2!!>.-:Mr. and, 'NUN91' STC.B.TEO OOT TOtviWNBOOH J. :; :;
in Jacksonville. I I in this, one of the lending agriculturn 1 Gunter und rhildien, of Wuldo, >EIIt.!t ; on.v e.uS1'.IeTEO ,.. ;j ME AVI OfI'OI' I I Infi "tI'Ii"
counties of the state. It ill said' j visited the former's parents, Mr. nndMrs. > \ nvnj NY I"" '''.1
Eight cituens of the Lubelle section that a flour mill will be erected in J. N. Gornto, .Saturday und Sun cj &\ j"i SWIFT & COMPANY )-,'""

were arrested, Saturday by 8hl.'rI I :Marianna within the next few month". day ..-_..h.- I ',"..
I Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Yurborough . .
iff Dishong, charged with cutting the visitril --- -
! fences of It 15. Campbell When carried Orl.indo boasts of a $'(,000,000 corporation datives and lends, at 1 Kniford
I to Arcadia, the men gave bond in 'It which will care for the utilization : Saturday, and Sunday.
t the sum of $1,000 to await action of of wn \ the grand jury. culls and seconds which will be made'I two daughters, Kulu: and I Ruby, vioited .
, ---- into marmalade, allowing the citrus I ,I the county seat Suturduy.
A young white man by the name of i men of that section to obtain n profit ; Se\uial of the young: folks around
'I out of what has been ,,, (, here attended tho minstrel ut the
1 Dubo, a resident of Jacksonville, a total 10 By ln-i'k olr, u KIX hour work day, tivol
\ was killed in that city on Wednesday i I.using, seconds in the manufacture of i state faim Saturday night.
i night by a gang of negroes.. It is marmalade, the citrus grower will be I, J. G. Crews was u visitor' to StnikoSaturday. I .IIIY"l uf thi w'k1I1t1 mi inrri'ino of !.

. thought the authorities have the guilty I I I aWe) to obtain a price for this prod'ir* (111;.(I 'pi-r rc-nt in WMKCH. Tilt tl'l-tIaMI rid ;
! parties in jail. Serious racial trouble which will compare favorably with '! Mrs. Delia Frirrson und daughter, unviTitiun in M""lun.II fin niuliiti) U
i is anticipated. I I the open market. j :Miss Lucile Weeks, who have boon fj
--- II viHitinct :Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Crews for thi. d,'ni ndi of tho miners adopted I"
t I 1 I '
Another new factory has been established The question of raising figs in this I severnl weeks, will leave in u few SCALED TINS ONLY tin r.'pnil. ut (hi' scale" committee j '
j in Oldsmar with machinery state as a commercial proposition is'' day for their home in Texus.Mr. AT VOUR GROCERS
, 'I I receiving and :Mrs. F. T. Norman attended )
installed and is now turning out finished some attention by the pub-1 -
product. The new concern is I I lie, and it might be of interest to note j ,I church ut Swift Creek Sunday ,
the Palmetto Brus-h & Fibre Co., of that Kissimmee claims the largest fig :\11'. and :Mrs. S. U. Futch and dId ;'E

that city and the industry was established 'i: tree in the state. The tree is growing dren, of Jacksonville, spent the wI'C'k-1 '" r
to utilize a product formerly'1 in J. Mcl'hatton's yard and was planted | end with relatives here. I CO'--,. .... III
wasted, the scrub palmetto. some ten years ago. It measures {i Mrs. L. Wilkinson visited relative If" "
'I nearly thirty-five feet high and forty and friends Macclenny: last week I "J.'Wo'y\ It Helps !
Four towns in Lake county arc th! I feet across. It matured a crop of fruit S. 1'. Yarborough will leave this < oL ir
recipients of valuable world l war trophies this year which measured up 250 week for Ohio, where he has accepted KL.XKIIKK: : :
through the loyalty to Lake I quarts a position. ---- -- There can be no doubt

county or its distinguished former Lonzie Norman and sisters.. motored UGH CALOMEL MAKES Klarbco, A UK :Jit.! :MIHK Maude u the to woman's the merit; of tonic Cardul, In,

citizen, now the renowned Maj.-Gen. A quantity of rosin supposed to to Swift Creek Sunday., r'utch, Mrs. 1C. 11. Stokvs and ;Mrs.ti. ) the treatment of many !
Chas P. Summerall, who was in supreme have been buried during the Civil G. [D. Dyal, who has been confined YOU DEATHLY SICK W. Hosier woro visitor* to KaifordMonday. troubles peculiar to "
command of American artillery War, was unearthed a few days ago to his bed for nearly two months M women. The thousand
in the war a few miles north of Callahan. The reported to be some better Mr. and Mrs. KM' 11 in ley wure buxi.nuss of women who have been
deposit is said to cover about one Friday night Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stop Using Dangerous Drug visitors to Kaiford Thursday helped by Cardul In the

That the live stock industry is. advancing acre and is about three feet from the Norman entertained a large crowd of Before It Salivates You! n. U. Hosier and Arlf-y IVurre left I I past 40 proof)'ear that..11 conducive It U a
in Suwannee county is evident top of the ground and runs about the friends and relatives with a chicken Tuesday afternoon for a few days vit- good medicine for women
by the county agricultural agent same depth. The product is said to pilau supper in honor of their daughter. It's Horrible. it with friends in Jacksonville who iuffer. It ihoukl \
of that county reporting/ over 8,000 bo in a perfect state of pre-ervntion '. Ruby, the occasion being her Pan Kutch: of Raiford, wus a visitor help you, too.

head of hogs immunized against cholera and che owner of the land e this season and the state live gr-t htveral thouand dollars for his and music and singing enjoyed Sup and believe need vile, dangerous U. Green and Mrs. Jim r'utch worn TakeCARDUI .
stock inspector reporting over 4.000 "mine." It is the popular supposition per was served before the guests departed calomel to start you! your liver and clem! attending to business" in Raiford Sat
head of cattle being dipped monthly. that it was buried to keep it from to their respective homes, assuring bowels. urday.
the Yankee at some period either their hostesses. of a pleasant your .
The Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer during; or immediately following the evening and wishing :Miss Ruby many Here's my guarantee! Ask your me.\ n.'o/t1J/
Company of Jacksonville, has purchased close of the war more happy birthdays. Among those druggist for a 50 cent bottle of Dod-
Terra present were, Mises Pecula, Kula: und son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful Hradford '
the Terra Ceia estate at AU* :':!9-l.lrK.; C H.l '
of I U. N'ewsemberg Ruby Norman, Julia Alvarez, Xona tonight If it doesn't start your liver N'ewHom
Ceia for a consideration $70,000.It was burned to was in Hrook*>r Saturdaymorninjf. ,
consists of :371 acres of wooded death Friday afternoon when gasoline and Sadie Thomas, Rcba Conner, Lot ?nd straighten you right up better I Ir Tne Woman's Tonic
lands and 68 acrei in a grove There exploded m his pressing: club in Jack tie and Mattie Norman Thelma Alvarez than calomel and without griping or W. Kdwards wan in Worthinjfton t
is a large packing house on the estate sonville. The fire department answered Mary and Mattie Addison I'annie making you lick I want you to go Saturday afternoon.
and a number of outbuildings. the alarm and saved the building ("r"wIIIary: and Fannie Hlo'-I! back to the store and get your money Si'fber Kdward: and smti-i. ., :Misi Mrs. ,N.Tcnn.E. Varner, writes, ofHUson :

from destruction. Xewsemberghad worth, Chester Alvarez, Ruby, wero in Hrookfr Saturday I "1 was passing through I
An automobile crossed the new free on hand a quantity of gasoline to mun, Nellie Hooks, :Minnie Lee and | Take calomel today and tomorrow mornin the . My back and
l bridge at Bradentown on an average be used m cleaning clothing, and he Mary rlemons, Jeannette and Audrey j you will feel weak and sick and nauseated :Miss. Edna Flnxtcr spent Sunday at sides were terrible, and
every 15 seconds on Tuesday, the first was at work when the gasoline ignited Norman, ( :Minnie Yarborough, KffieiRitoh Don't lose a day's work Take W"rthinlton Sprmif. my suffering;; Indescriba
day it was open. The bridge tender scattering burning gasoline in every of Sapp, Lucile Weeks, of Tcxas a spoonful of harmless. vegetable' Dod- Arthur Kdward: < and iiHtrr. .. :Mils. ble. I can't tell just how
was instructed to keep a count, and direction The unfortunate man'sclothing Thelma Gunter, of Waldo, :MemriLonzie son's Liver Tons tonight and wake np. Georgia, wcrn visitlnft in the Pinp Hill all and over'where, I 1 think hurt, about. I
the first hour he recorded 406 cars, caught fire and he WAS! overpowed Norman, G. I.. Sapp, Rufus feeling great It's perfectly harmless section Sunday |I begin CarJuI. and mjr I'
one every ten seconds or oftener. Later by fumes before he could make and Rusnell Reddish, Levy Norman, so give it to your children any N G. Hayes, Jr, wat a visitor toWorthinjfton pain* crew !h es< and I less, I'
in the day the number was smaller his escape. Passcrsby dragged him Leon Conner, Edwin demons, Lillie time. It can't salivate, so let them ; Spring Saturday after until I .v..j urcel. I am '
averaging between 200 and 250 an from the burning building but he was Norman, Carlie Kloodiworth, Rufus I eat anything afterward. ((11--4)) noon. remarkably strong for a
hour. beyond human aid Alvarez, Carl Norman, Arthur and' -- -- ---+- woman t>{ years of' age" m
I do n't: housework.
Lacy Higdon. Clyde Carmichael. Er-I cn \ MINKKS: :/ WANT SIX IIOUK I II IU.Y Try CarduJ my, today. C-78:
Tampa's big cigar strike came to :Mrs. O. F. :Motes, who. resides at nest Norman, Dan Johnson, Pete Yarborough Colds Cause Grip and Influenza I AND A FIVK: I>.\Y WKKKWilkei :

an end Saturday morning when the Hollister near Palatka, recently Tyson Sapp, Wesley Norman LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:Tablet r mo... ih.eauM. I
vote of 2,129 cigarmakers to return to heard qu'ite a noise in the yard, and I Herbert Ritch Earl and Walter There is only on. "Bromo QuiAlAe." Harre. Pa., Aug. 22 -Anthracite .
work, accepting the offers made by upon investigating saw a big bear af Whitten, Tate Denmark, of Raifl''d, I E. W. CBOVE .MliMtiu oo boo. ;jlJI. miners today declared for thot

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\: Bradford County Telegraph f GERMAN; AIMS I 'FARMERBROWN I I

=- -- .- . France in asking! rather much when ( s au'esI

.k PuhliKlift! Weekly, and "nt r.'J l an wc- she implores| UH to join Great Britain Gee up there, K n"tu Do you think
in an agreement to come to her aid if you will ever get me to town at thi--
J' end class niutt 'r at the at I
,I Germany should decide to attack her (Calt ? Conic on now; didn't I gni- '

Markv, Florida. 1 again. In the settling of the war indcmnities I you two good ears of corn before w r I

;, *:= I| France exacted the last started ? Come-a-loiiR: now, you seemto

E. S. M\riIIEVVS., Editor and Owner I|i ounce of flush from Germany, and to feel 1 as beat out as I lid ]lust, week ', I I : \ ss qI

J. KOBINSON( Associate Kditc. i; all intents and purposes the ]latter when I had to go home without the > u

,nuntry should be too badly crippled 1 stove Ii, '1 t PJAiE
j i .U3CO'
to enable her to show any fight for j I Well, cheer up better days coming '
919 AUGUST ? half u century to come. But France 1: high cost of living about played out'I' \
to think that Germany is like a i 1
seems I now; everybody got to come down, | /
aUla" Aral 7V_= = = = I certain, kind of snake which, after being I except the Packers, Standard Oil, Tobacco I l
is said to have the ( u uI
to pieces !
-- -- -- -- cut Trust, Steel :'>Manufacturers
l 1. I severed parts grow together again, I
Railroads, Railroad :Men Wages and a
1! ,
so that the snake i is remade and ready few other Bug Guns. They lay youmutt I1 1ul Il
3456189to t
she fears Germany'spromised !
to strike, and let alone the "deer I
I I us or pel'pul"will II
vengeance. Y't1' should starve. They will all be out ote'r.thinll II II I!I ,1 1 1

4 1112 ((3141516171&19202t2223: I heed this appeal, not because we owe I they need. if you go and I I II 1 11I l I # 1
Franco anything, for while helped I
; bust up our little game. We are only I lilu
: for selfish reasons, we IInv.1 I
us once \llll
'I $
making how N
: one per cent, and can \
l her life for unselfish reasons, but I I I, ,
leek do business less than .
I you us to on
be the climax] to the I I I pult r7
IK i' iu e it would
the .
!i25262728T2930h government can ? .1 b K
: work we have already done and it j, ;0)1 ,I tl o I ItO
; will save us many annoyances' in the j I Well, I should \\'orr're got our'hog I|, ; I

and hominy and plenty of good 1 I l It
Tin, ,, t tn fin'oi, with join cash fll'lIrl''t. are already too much entangled I 1 \ / 'IcIfU" ?*.. 1 ( L 1 d e II II111iN
in foreign alliance to stan,1hll'k i I 1
tunic, i lii." flit i'tti'iids t" you + (
""rukc." on that score With that prom1ISP I \\pll. I declare, if you haint finallygot (
1 Il
Vilicn"u '
/ UK' '
t I
i I -- - --- given, Germany would give up her me to Starke. I'll give you an I 1 +f1! 'o li ') II
-- --
: "Mittel] Europa" idea as a bad job Iextry I ear of coin if all the packet.- '
bills when they ore 1
Illy ;your" pre- '1 11ttt1 t -: t tt,111 J
Rented and you have the funds. Da j I and confine her attention to Russia. jdo starve i 111 1 Iitl1 _

P; 4. not lower your standing before your I| Germany well knows the potency of I Ii Hello Neighbor Snnth. Just! got ,i el 1 ttlauh 11 I : '

creditors! by usinguinerfiige !intttcad,l j i the :Machiavellian maxim, "divide and to town ? b 1 sllll 'stn"' 11 . =

of money. ',rule;" and she has played it in Russia :I Well RO did I. Old Ivastus is purty I 11 1 v1 hotfoot .

I: [| for all it is worth and will continue slow but he gets there just the name. 11111/ 'Reyel Cord"Nubby' 'Clwla' 'Um. Plain'

Among the canned goods listed for !I to play it until Russia will\ wake up I How do you like your new car ? Orl 1 1 111j1 t ,
t one morning to find herself one of is it a Ford ?
ante the canned editorials
by government
t the German states. It is said that !, Well, sir, I like it fine. Made me a

I are not found, and those who five million Chinese soldiers arc being I ]little nervous at first, but am getting We
: use them will be disappointed. This Vouch
trained! into warriors by German ufct to it now. Ahem! Oh, yes! Ahem! for Them
i\\ nrtlcle, however, Is superior to some
officers, and if so, Germany has every So I see.
,,6 of the "fresh" dope we see at times.
t chance to make China a powerful ally. :Mr. Brown, can you show me the Of all the tires that 'made

'! With Germany on one side and a Chi best place to get Gasoline and Oil for are facilities-they employ many
Whatever may be the failings of I nese-German, the other Russia ? do
ally on my cur -why you exclusive methods.
suppose we
1 I Governor Catts, the fact remains that I and Siberia will have to bow to the in- Sure. Just drive up to DeWitt C.

he had to read all the laws enacted evitable.. Jones Store. lIe has the best Gat prefer to sell United States

'k t by the last Florida ]legislature! and Pump in town. It has a dial, so you They can go to greater

r' this, like charity, should cover a multitude THE MIDDLEMAN: can dee just how much Gas he is giv- Tires? lengths in testing, improving t
of sins I
ing you, and a long rubber hose to
reach your tank. No back action to Because they are made by and perfecting the things that 1.

t On the United. States postal! map of The magazines teem with advertisements -I that; gives you correct measure tv- the make good tires.

Florida the Seaboard railway from of firms making this or that ely time, and they say he has the best biggest rubber company

t r Baldwin to Fernandina has been omit. I commodity, and after the, merits of a I I Gas! in town. And the best in Oil. lie in the world. And they know We find it good business to
" certain article have been set forth, j
ted. No one is hurt nor helped by handles. the Havolme, medium weight

; this omission, and we only mention it and! you decide that it is precisely I Howdy, Dad\ Fling :Meet Neighbor! how to build good tires. sell United States Tires.

to show that even !government publications chat you need, you are informed that Smith. Just brought him up to get

are not infallible. if your dealer doesn't keep it, to writeto I some Gas and Oil. And-you will find it good

i the manufacturers and they will\ Glad to meet you, Mr. Smith, how They have choice of ma business to buy them.

1' I Revenue officers are libeling tons tell you where you can got it. No much Gas will you have today? They

4 upon tons of sugar in the mountainsof prices are given. You are made tounderstand 'How do you sell Gas and Oil ? terials-they have immense are here-a tire for every need.

Georgia, bought by tho moonshiners that you must buy from Gasoline is down one cent already.

to be used in whiskey making. the middleman] not from the manufacturer Guess the Standard Oil Company is

I This may create some slight; feeling direct, and you are thus compelled getting a little nervous for fear the United

against the moonshiners, especially to pay the middleman's toll on : government will take over their little States Tiresare I I
the goods. If you live in a small and
among "daddies" who have daulZhteuafflicte.1 plant send them all to the poorhouse -
t with the cake baking habit. town or the country you are compelledto .

write the manufacturer for the I Too bad, ain't it? To think for a Good TiresWe 1

The government investigators will name of the nearest dealer; but more I moment they would charge too much

likely]: you give the thing up and have 'for anything they have to sell. No 1
their the
1 soon pay compliments to
r to be satisfied with what he ]local denier -
manufacturers of ]lumber which is they never do that and harm the dear
{ "1 high It is ,said that unreasonably In has in stock. :Many advertisements" You people.] Well, we should worry, fill up know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's why we sell them !
end, with "writ for catalo lIe. ,
I 1 :f one sawmill town In Louisiana tho my car and give me a gallon of that
write for a catalogue in the hope that
good Havolme Oil.
laborers wear $12 silk shirts and own Ford GarageStarke Service Garage Waldo'
Y01ran find the price of the article.
$2,000 automobiles Wages that allow Now you have !got your Gas and Oil, I
But not either the price not
such extravagance cannot he paid so; how about Cane :Mills and Syrup Ket-
(given or only "list" prices are found tles. Harrison & Roberts Worthington
unless the profits on the output are information you or your neighbors are I :
with the that these prices
immense.Our thinking. of buying this year you had I
] dealers! will - -
nre probably higher than - - -- -
give up your order early BO you
railroads and some capitalists I ('hnrgp. will not have to wait. You then will Fla. 8-2 :-2t I I A GREAT REMEDY S I

Who is responsible for this anomaImis have time to get them !set and have
are now working to bring about sugar condition ? Is the manufacturer everything ready when the up cane ireuJy ill FOR SALF.-Klon"yke and :Missionary "Fisherman's Luck"i I The merits of Chamberlain's; Colic 'I II
.' cone planting large scale all '
on a over1i' strawberry plants. A. Bronke, and Dinirhocu Remedy are well ;}
too grand to sell)) at retail if asked! to to make up. i I
the ntnte, so that the central !
". and syrup factories which they Intend sugar do so, or i is ho compelled bv the jobber( Well, sir, I aim to buy an outfit. Starke. 8-29-2t He riseth early in the morningand II I I known und appreciated, but there Is if 1

i tu pass his wares through his hands What will it cost me ? -- ,J occasiontly! a man who had no ac- l
I to erect shall be disturbeth the household.He
fully supplied. This .
\ I "o that he may odd. his comml".bion to Come right in the store and. we will FOR SALE:My Ford coupelet 1M7! i quaintance' with them and should read
I rr move, though coming lato in the day,
,I is bound to be a success, for if Florida ,I the first cost ? That the retailer no look over the catalog] and get the model, Hein:&-Springfield starting- goeth to the fishing grounds II the following by F. H. Dear, a hotel j,

more than the private citizen can buy size you want. Then we can tell you lighting system with Willurd storage man at Dupuyer, :Mont. "Four
soil years J
fit for
1 was nothing else it is certainly : and sitteth in the hot sun all j
direct from the manufacturer is evident battery; mechanical I
the just what it will cost. There is the ago I used Chamberlain's Colic and
plus ultra for In 1
I np
cane. j hi must from the good, run only 5500: mile To make day long
,l' Bradford the included ; buy jobber or phone ringing. You and Mr. Brown Diarrhoea Remedy wun such wonderful '
I territory wholesaler.] quick sale will take $:i'J.VOO: Or.Fieeman .
look the catalog while I attend
results that I have since ,
in recommended -
ranges! 21 and 22 I is HO well '
| Again wholesalers] frequently nn- to the phone. Starke, Flu. 82Jtf.:: He returneth at night, and the "
it to friends. \
.. I adapted to cane that, if the mills come .. my \
,! nil crops except some coin and rounce (that orders from others than Hello! Ye, this is DeWitt C. Jones! ---- truth is not in him."
yams dealers "are neither solicited nor de. Hardware Store. FOR SALE: 80 acres of ]land, all -- I
II may be given up in favor of cane. The
I of the sired"" -nnother instance showing that Stoves? Yes, we have a fine Steel] fenced; 28 acres in cultivation ; 5 ,
rest be
I J general] farming county! and may, hog raising.devoted to nothing can bo bought by the consiimor Range for only $90. Yes, I know it room house, barn and smokehouse. ; That's because he didn't buy his I

before it has passed through! is high, but it is a beauty. Cheaper some young fruit trees, ; fine land fishing tackle from E. Fralick Hdw.Furniture & i

the hands, of at ]least! two middlemen, stoves, ? Yes, yes, but this $90 stove is for pecans or fruit; .1 I miles from .

Wonder what the short story writ more likely] three or four. HO much better. All right I can quote Waldo :2! 1.2 miles from Graham; ; I

t tens will do henceforth: now since; no l No wonder American made machine you other good Stoves at $G5;;, $((10; $50 :M-J mile from school. Trice $2DO. Quigley Lumber & Supply

more brandy can be had ? A flask ofbrandy l cry. and tools can be sold! cheaper in $:!0. $19.CO, $IR, and $12. H. M. Johnson Wuldo, Flu. 8.29.3t'Nutim : Co

-never whiskey gin wine or Gruniteware; ? Yes ___ _ _
I Europe: than here The Europeans a good assort 0 -'"'- -
the demon Company
rum-wn. always handily, '.
buy from ment. :-.orl( :
I the manufacturers direct,
found in the is then that sixty days from
of hereby
pocket the
r""ClIl'r.wllt'n and, the transportation charges/ and.' Pence Wire? Yes, plenty of it, at Into to-wtt tin the JHth day of October. A.
he reached the man who had the( profits of the importers do not $25:: for 10 rods und up. All right, I.I I'HH.! I will prisi>nt tu the county jiidtconf
almost been killed by bushwhackers I' thank What time will ounty. Horlda, my final account I (In Starke Hardware Building
I amount to. much as the profits aej you. you be in. )
the beautiful ; as and M'Ucben of the estate of B. E. i Seal Clerk Circuit Court I
girl who had
i young j j crucd when the wares pass through: Thank you Good day. Van nuren. deceased. and ni'iily" for the upliroval .log HILL WILLIAMS. .1
struck her head ngninxt n rock when You IIeE'll'nllemen I uf annw .nd for my llniil dischariie. asueh Solicitor for Complainant 8-20-dt
her horse several] hands as in this country. Under am killingtwo administrator.I'BU.I I
stumbled] who
or had sprained the heading of profiteers the jobbers birds with one stone. Selling! this the 20th day of August A. -- -- I I BRUNSWICK
her ankle in falling off a cliff. well be classed they rob Stoves, Graniteware and Steel Fence 1919: D'I SOTKE OF APPI.ICATION FOR TAX I>EFI:
1 Brandy never failed to icvivo There may ; E. S. VAN BUREN.dmmlntrator UNDER: SECTION 571 OF THE
the public and have the manufacturers Wire over the 'phone while you all \ of the Estate of H E. GENERAL STATUTES: TALKING
I is
plenty of "shine" yet, to bo sure, by the throat. Right here is! an. are getting prices of Cane Mills! and llunm. 8- 9-ut. Hereby notice ia Given that Bradford County
but a respectable Hank, a corporation purchaser of malecerttaeatea
rescuer could not -- ----- - -- tax
Syrup Kettles. i
other government investigation !
tote such stuff NOTK OF APPUC.\TIO'J FOR TAX DEED numbered respectively 1J5 and
along know MACHINES
you neither to step in, and! if it is! begun we Now, Farmer Brown and !Mr. Smith UNDER SECTION 575 OF THE UH Issued by the tax collector of Kradfordcounty. '
would it he safe' to give it to an injured how about the Cane GENERAL: ; STATUTES .Florida said' certificates brine dated
will see some startling developments.! Outfit? the ..,
Notice I I. hereby Given that A. Z. Adkln. 2nd day of July A. I) 1917. and baa t
person; grape juice is rather Well, sir, I like the style and prices purchaser of tax certificate Town of Starke, said certificate In my office and has made Pathe and Gennett
weak and so is 2 2-:.S per cent beer. Alls RISING but I want to look at some cane mill No. It. dated the 2nd day of July, A. D. 1 I7.ha application for tax deed to Issue In accordance
s we can suggest is that the writers exercise sled said' certificate In my office and has with law.
outfits in our neighborhood and will The said certificate respectively embracesthe
made application for tax deed to Issue In accordance
their ingenuity so as to make following 'land In Bradford county. r lor- Records
make and with law. Said certificate embraces
mind! bein
2 ). Mr. and :Mrs. R. up my next week .,
restoratives' unnecessary.The I Rising, Aug. the following described property situated 1 In 1 but assessed at the date of the Issuance r
M. llersey, of Theressa, visited at the and !give my order. llrndford county Flnrldato-wit' : such certificates In the name respectively
I II Thank you, Neighbor Smith. We Lou 1 and 2 at Ulk <$. Livingston Truby hereinafter particularly set forth to-wit :
home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. Jackson
S. The
aviators.. at Carlstrom Field, and Company's sub division. town of Slarke Certificate No. 121 embrace the followinor. Brunswick
i Friday. will make you the best price possible, The Bald 'land bring assessed at II,.. d-U*. of Com at NE Cor of west half of northwest
near Arcadia, wore "burnt out" from for this Is a good) firm we place our the Issuance of such certificate. In the name quarter of southenst quarter of northeast iiunrtvr -
rating preserved government rations Mr. and! :Mrs A. J. Jackson, \V. F. of Raymond Jackson. and run W inn ft to a pt of httr. thenci plays all makes of
Homage and dlluj'htl'rJi"8: Berta orders with and you are sure to get tTnlitss said certificate shall be redeemticcordintr -.d S JIS ft.V Ins' ft, N 545 ft. E Ins| ft to pt
and longed for fresh vegetables. ; of beg. Sec 28. Tp 6. S. R. ,
bottom prices from them. Well, call to law tax deed will I....* thereon 2J E. assessed
There wore none to be had, but the I attended the annual meeting at Mt. aj'ain. gentlemen S'long. on the lath day of September. A. D. 1919. Geneva Town.. Records

post surgeon fearing that his men i 1 ZIOn Saturday and Sunday. ---- - \\itne my otTicinl signature and seal this ,lot Certificate I I. blk 20 Starke 130 embrace assessed R N.24It W' Fran-ft of I perfectly
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might suffer in health if vegetables! I J. S. Jackson. and .I, S. Supp attended pigs 2 to 5 weeks old! ; also 12 shotes (Si-all. W T.I VLICKS.; !. ck.Unlro
wore not served I to them, decided to i \ ('hlll't'hIt yet Zion Sunday and lake Clerk rircult Court, nm-lford' County. FlaBy salil certificates shall be redeemed. I Come in and let us
Kingsley road. G. C. Caly.) R a. WEEKS according to law tax deed. will Issue thereon
take a trip around the country in the r< port a pleasant day. 8-15-tf. !t-J -8t. Deputy Clerk. on the Zlith day of September A. D 1'UllVltncss I

1 hope of bringing back a ]load of truck. | We note that L. L. Conner has added __ \ my official, signature and real! t ho
- -- ----- -- the 27th clay of Au"...,. \, I) lllltl demonstrate this
/ But he found none, and began to consider a large now barn to his place. That I'OR S.LfIy: farm consisting of NoTICE W. T. WEEKS! I
t !
In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Ciret.Ilraoll..r.1 (S.all
palmetto buds and bamboo tops must mean more hog and hominy. 200 land ",, fieriBy I
I acres with SO acres cleared ( "nly. Florida in Chancery.O R .\. WEEKS:!: Machine
as n substitute for vegetables, but F. T. Norman bought 29! head of I; 7 acres in pecans, with abstract V. Brook.. I IComplainant I q-29.51. Deputy <- i rk I I

i gave it up and went to Tampa tho hogs from Claude Underhill Tuesday title; good location for country vs <

hope of getting some shipped stuff. o store R1. Triggers! Lake Butler W A. Carter A Gene Bryant ,I IIVfendant
Hail the field been locuted here where I
? Fla. 8-22-2t It appearing by atTidavit appended the
I 1 farmers raise something beside oranges ; ..CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISING bill tied in the above staled; cause that two A. I A STANDARD UNIVERSITY

and cattle, the aviators could FOR :S.\I.E-One-horse Hackney Carter, th. of defendant the stat therein of Florida named., and Is hisrmtdtrre a1nonrtsident I UNIVERSITY COURSES in Liberal Art and Sciencs: Law;

have been plontifuly] suplied at all wagon, good! as new. New International is unknown and that there is noperon Agriculture; Education; EngineeringChemi-;
r times with fresh, vegetables and fruits In the state of lorida service of subIN .1, Civil. Electrical, Mechanical.
sulky plow, with all di!>tcH. (,'CtIn *'nn ui',on horn would bind the difcndant.and ?: Premedical Courses and Graduate Studie.
This time of the year our !gardens are DM: CENT t WOfi'J FOR F UH ISSUE.CAXH plows and attachments. Two- i that he is over the age of ,w'nlY-on"1 p pI OFFLORIDA University extension.; ;
rather bare yet WP have plenty ofcollards IV ..1nVANCEtdr.rtls.mnu horse John I seam.It |
Innertid under this head Deere plow. Fertilizer I ,is therefore ordered that said non-rr.1-I) ATTENDANCE From 51 Fla. countie. and
green corn, cowpens, okra, mil! b. paid In advanci, Vt> ndyertl.etn.ntI plow. New strawberry plow. Planet ) dint! defendant be and l is hereby reuulrid, to j I 21 states, IP26 atudenti, including army
I carrots, peppers, pole beans and new appear to the bill of complaint filed In saidcause i summer ehool.
for on Insertion accepted for Is than :$ Jr. These are bargains for Rand
I quick on or before Monday, the third dny ofNovember.
Sweet potntoes, beets, radishes, toma -- sale. : by the War Department one of the
I Paul K.: Canova, Starke. It* A D. 191') otherwise the allegations ,
i. toes and cane big enough to chew FOR S.AI.E-t5 head of-sh.ites.: one of snid bill will b. taken as confessed twelve "DISTINGUISHED COLLEGES"in

might also be scored up. Of fruits we year old. R. A. Newsom, Starke, I FOR I -SALE''':''Pair-of'first-class, -med I by It Maul l Is further fendant.ordered that thus order b. published I the United States.

have pears ondg rapes in abundance.In Fla. A-2Jtf.I ium size, mules. once a week for eight connieuttve week A, A. MURPHREE' EXPENSES LOW. Next session begins September -
Bradford county we live at home .. Suitable in the Bradford County Telegraph a nwapatier LL. D., President 22nd. Write for catalog and book of
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work or lend mules in published In said county and stat. view. GAINESVILLE, FLA.RAUt'OIW .
and we live, too. i FOR SALE-Three brood! sows with l team. B. Y. Saxon, Hampton l Th "th day of Auo...'. A. D. 191U.i .


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J Gaiety Theatre"We I Edith RobertsSET 'I CarmeMyers A KEEL SMASHINGSIX FEATURE : Herbert Rawlinson Edith Roberts

Cater to the Be The Best ne o 1Tt'1'." r FREE I ALL NIGHT SMASHING: THROUGH SUK: OF THE SOUTH
I 1"1". KM; unitIM' ,| MturvK 'if u Socuty Girl In !' I- rum the Story Mothers of Liberty I'hiPnrinii i Kxplnlta\ end Donwrat Lo\o Af' \ rtirllliiiu, Komnnro of the Blue Rltlire. .
S..reh..r 'Rfitl LiftREELS j'j'I Oiu' Hriuht ld.'.." I ; fmr of Huh. MitMim.. Ailtunturer. I that Mi. III I

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't - putting) down i a new floor on the Lout booklets on the subject to all who : : ; : I mntch.Mrs..

Bridge begun work :Monday wanted them. He had largo and earnest Velvington is the youngest
: audiences all day end his work The home of Judge arid ;Mrs Geo. daughter of Judge and Mrs.; Gardiner

P. A. Johnnsi'n, n successful truck will probably bear good fruit. A. Gardiner was the scene of a quiet and was always general! favorita
Bits of LocalInformation grower living northeast of Stnrko, and pretty wedding Tuesday, August! with a wide circle of young friends. y
made a pleasant cull at our office :Monday We are proud of the confidence doctors 2th: (! at high noon, when their daughter Mr. Yelvington Is a prominent young

and ordered hm subscription to druggists and the public havo in Miss Gladys Lucile. and :Mr.Vil- business. man of Hastings, being extensively f
the Telegraph extended another year 660 Chill and Fever Tonic. Adv. liam S. Velvington, of Hastings, were engaged In farming, stock ;
united in marriage t raising and other business affairs.

iiI .It f'iMNMIM AN ?u&.. ....,....., ...Ir"Nl4 The .strawberry acreage in this section For the )vat few weeks no 1 producehas The impressive ceremony was performed The young' couple left after the
.. ... c..... T_ is not expected to be large this been shipped' from Starke exceptthe by Kev. :Mullady, of tho Christian ceremony in their touring car for the
year, though somewhat larger than inevitable crates!! of chickens and church, in the presence of the East Coast where they will spend
r last year. .\nout 75 per cent of the boxes of cnw hidos that cnnu from family and near relatives. their. honeymoon. .

I __" .. plants have been already set'Xinequarter Brooker by 1'eggy." Hut now sweet The bride was never more lovely Mr.: and Mrs.: Yelvington will bo at "

Dr. O. L. Haynes spent Friday in | I D Borer, of Jacksonville, is spend sheeting I potatoes begin to come in T. A. than in her traveling' suit of dark blue I homo to their friend after September "
Jacksonville.J ing a few days in Stark, looking aft bleached at Crawford has brought in several wagon silk with hat and accessories to lull at Hastings. t '
-. ----- t t'I his property interests here. I no rents This in face of the fact thnt I loads. this week. They were sold to
wholesale quotations were 67c in July C. S. nurlillI' s
TheTessa - I
W Uulti'ii was among the ------ -
vi, "itors t.. Starke Saturday.P"WX'II Host grade Itleachin: 1 yartrtvulc.25 and ure higher now. Can you beat it ? --- --- 41
; cents a yard. :Stump's.; ..T.V.. Morgan. :\! !!. J. K. Mainos: : of Lake Butler! .
IVwell and :Mrs. ::-;"'wllInll"'s.: of :Sanford:; ,
& shipped seven carloads -
( of rosin this week. Mils\ G..rtruoleh'Lllill: of Douglass!!, :Miss!! Clara :Moitt left Sunday for I are giving delightful house party to
I Gu., is the guest\ of :Miss Marguerite Darlington.' ; S. C., to engage in tho a number of young people at their FALL HATSNow

It. M. Johnson, of Waldo, was in Shriver at Kingsley lake millinery business! after spending the I ,'oUagon Daytoim Bench. Mr. Hol-
business summer with homefolks.Minimum lis Knight left Sunday for \Puytonn
r Starke on Tuesday.
Miss Dorothy Edwards. of Gainesville and will be a member of the partyfor

, r a Men's Work Shirts, 73 cents is! a !guest at the home of Mr. of "overhead expense." the next ten days.
at Stump's. and :Mrs.' E. S. Matthews.Mrs. Ever think about it? That explainsour On Display
t ability to sell better values at the Mrs. 'has.. Larsen and title! !Ron! ,

r Miss Addie Baisden spent Sunday N. D. Wainwright and family same price, and same values at less i C'has. Jr., and W. 11. Larsen of Fort
and make it. J. Pierce, who have been the guests of
with friends in Jacksonville. have returned from a three week'sstay price. Come us provo i LATEST STYLES
at Pablo B..ach.RubIyTism W. :Morgan.The Col. and Mrs.\, IX K.1 Knight for several -
.. days\ left Sunday for Daytona
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Mrs A. Z. Adkins and children are
Woman's Christian Temperance Beach and from there will to their
spending a while at Pablo Beach. is a powerful antiseptic. -
It kills the poison caused from infected Union will meet in regular session I homes in Fort fierce They mado the

Dr. J. C. Wills made a business tripto cuts, cures old sores, tetter, next :Monday afternon at 5:30: at trip by automobile. :Mrs.' Larsen was
etc. Adv. the Methodist church Mrs. A. II. accompanied home by her little niece,
Jacksonville Monday.
Freeman, leader. Louise Langford who will make her Come and see the biggest
h c home with :Mrs. HrVsen.!! '
Mrs D. Lang, of Maxville, was a Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe!! :McLain spent 71 I
visitor to Starke Wednesday. several days in Jacksonville last :Mrs. F. B. Cady, who has been raring and most tasteful stock of
week. for Mrs John Howe through her A party consisting of ,J.V.. Andrews -

serious illness at Kingsley lake has Jr., and children, )Florence,
Sweet Rose self rising flour at
A Kickliter'a. It The !Methodist Missionary! Society returned to the home of her !son, G. C. Elizabeth and Leila I lea, Mrs..1.' W. Millinery crnr hr' tight to s i

'4 yM will meet next Thursday afternoon at Cady. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, MesdamesW. e
O. Powell and I L. S. Adams and
Mrs. Wm. Stroll spent Tuesday of four o'clock at the Methodist church. Starke.KNIGHT'S.
The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. :Miss Annie Powell, of Jacksonville, ,
this week in Waldo.
Little !Miss Hattie Rae Weeks, of have built the prettiest little boat ever are spending a pleasant time at

New models-in voile and organdy I.aCrosse, visited little Miss Louise !seen in Starke. It Is light and Kingsloy. lake, being comfortably domiciled t Il
I staunch and both sail and oars can be in the Cook cottage. Mr. L.
Stewart the latter of the week. ,
waists and $2 at :Morgan'ssa part }
$1, $1.50
\, ,, used. It was not built to order but is S. Adams. and :Mr. :Merrill Powell '

666 quickly relieves Constipation, Mrs Ellery M. Davis is spendingthe for sale. son of1 I'll. Powell, spent Sunday' : MILL1NKKYStarke rr ;

week in Archer with her with the party.
Biliousness Loss of Appetite and parents
t I F. A. Hess the tinsmith, is busy>> Florida .
Headaches due to Torpid Liver. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Anderson. ------ ------ ,
making now ice puns for many of the School patrons please note the following -I
Truby & Thomas refrigerators!!, as I Vm advised by the schoolbook y
Arthur Green, of Lawtey, was in prices on all Ladies ; : ,
Starke Saturday on business. Oxfords and Pumps at Stump's.L. those made by him 18 years ago are depository in Jacksonville, that 4 t
t about worn out. The new pans are of I they hope to have the new books in

Charles Beasley returned Monday' A. Davis and family have returned galvanized iron, very carefully made our hand soon after Sept. 1st. If we .
from a short sojourn at Pablo Beach. home after spending several and braced to insure stiffness get a shipment I will advise you next
t weeks in North Carolina.Geo. week through the Telegraph. Take !

's Men's Dress Shirts, 7.;; cents :Mrs!! S. E. Brownlee left Saturdayfor care of your old books-they can 1 bo .
to $2.50 at Stump's.Miss I White, Wm. :\Ioitt. Charles Atlanta, for a visit with her cous exchanged at half price on. the new i Build a Bank Balance
I Barrett and Kirk Lewis spent Sundayin in. Col. B. L. Bugg, for a few days. ones. Please remember, also, that
Lucile Tatum left Sunday for i Jacksonville. She will then go to the mountains of books are to be ,sold for cash. J.V.. ,,

St. Augustine, where she will visit I North Carolina to spend the rest of :Morgan.
her aunt. :Miss Florence Solomon, of Jacksonville the summer ---- --.-- ---- I A checking account with the Bank of Stark turns ,
I spent the week-end at Kingsleylake The Gainesville Sun of August H7thcontained ?
all cash receipts-checks drafts, orders
the of :Mrs. J. F. Kick- the following about former your money t
as guest (inn has imitations than I d
C. has the past more any
Rev. J. Diggs' spent j!
:Mr. and itself-Into bank balance. ,
well Starke
liter. known ,people: money your
week at Shell Bluff assisting in a protracted other Chill\ and Fever Tonic on the "
I "
i and Mrs Charles S. Brooking, of Indian -
meeting. market, but no one wants imitations Your bank balance i i. the amount of to ,
visited Mr.: ami money your
children River who
Mrs E. R.I Poppell and In medicine. They are dangerous! adv City, !
spent last week in Lake Butler with Mrs.: Roy Ott a month ago, returned, credit at the Bank to be drawn as needed or transferred :;
Dr. W. E. :Middleton. and J. M. --- -- }, .
Mitchell went to Lake Geneva Friday I Mrs. Poppell's pal'ents11': an(11t'S: "'e are closing: out our line of I Sunday This time they will stay, to others by your personal check. t+ '
H. Tomlinsoii. | having, purchased from Mr. A. L.Ilamghtry 1'.
Ladies and Children's Hats at I $
fishing. !tS) cents each._ Stump's.: the Knight farm six miles When you write a check on the Bank of Starke
:Miss May Peck who has been visiting nut of town.
:Messrs. J. :\Mitchell: and E. R. I at the home of her brother, C. you make the exact change, transfer the amount to tq,

Poppell were visitors to Brooker :'olon-1 I L. Peek, returned to Waycross, Ga., i Among the number who have returned Last Sunday morning tend, eveningat the right person, and have for future reference n s,

day. Monday.Mrs. I from Kingsley! lake this week the :Methodist ,church Uev. "Kxellepreached : complete reliable record of the transaction..Your r,
are 1'. E. Canova and family, S. R. .
New line of Men's Soft Pelt' Johns nn<] family, A. :M. Darby and fine, I'til'l'ingS"I'rnonK.. IJev. check is a voucher which your creditor must receipt J
!"A'gthe> pastor in chuivo was away "
Hats, $2.50: to $1.00, at Stump's. : Thelma.: Alridge of .,Jacksonville Dyal unit are daughter visitingat family, E. E. Canovn and family, F. assisting in a meeting and liev. E/.ello before he can collect the money.
H. and W. C. Powell
Long and family
: the home of :'011'. and :Mrs. O. J. had, consented. to fill) the Starke pul-
bank balance
und Build with cash receipts enjoy the
:Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Turner, of New family. i ,i. Twenty years ago Rev. E/.ellu ;
River, made, an appreciated call at : Griflin.Mr. I "regularly passed! through Starke us. arundurlor the privileges of paying with checks. tf
(iOtt has proven it will\ cure Malaria,
office Tuesday.W
and inca
our Seaboard
: and :Mrs Elbert H. Smith went Chills. and Fever bilious fever, colds that tinlIou on !the< been converted, and We especially invite checking accounts. No account It : .
I Jacksonville :Monday and returned
H. Jones. of Lynchburg, Va., I up to home the day, making and lagrippe. It kills the germs that -.tmlied for the ministry. is too large for our facilities and none too smallto , a
of :Mr. and same the fovcr. Fine tonic. Adv.
was a guest at the home cause .
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the trip by automobile. have our cordial appreciation and l best attention.If .
Mrs. P. E. Canova Tuesday I --- -- Schools will ho opening, during September ; i

:Mr. and :Mrs.' Will Fryer and son, In many places the !sidewalks are and now is a good time to prepare your checking account is kept with unit full statement
' G. :M. Bennett came up from Theresa very rough, caused from heaving by clothes\
, in getting the
:Miss Annie Fryer, of Pottsville, accompanied by will be mailed
and paid checks
of your
to do business in Starke Mon: the tree roots, or holes on account ready. Remember, we have the goods'
day. Pa., arc visiting! at the. home of llev.and poor ci'iiient. In poor light\ pede<- you need 1, and we promise you that weare to you on the first day of each and) every month.
Mrs :M. :.M. Fryer.Banker
trians must practice the "goose! stip"to not profiteering on them either.In .

Several cases of influenza arc reported N. T. Hitch has added to keep from stumbling. Such places spite, of the very marked advances, 4 DJRIDAY.

in this !section.! Be careful. the wealth of the country by raisingcorn should be fixed. in all prices within tho past fiO days,

Avoid drafts. vacant lots in the we an- selling nearly every article in BANK OF STARKE-
, and rice on his I
yt Now is the time to buy Ginghams ; ; this store lit former prices. See us
of the
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. northern part city. I for the Children' School before buying. J.V.. Morgan.W. .
It relieves pain and soreness causedby Dresses. Ginghams; :25 cents a The Growing Bank
willreturn ; ---- ------ ---
:Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harvard
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. latter lard at StumpX B. Alexander the well known
their home the part
to a'lt
E.S. Matthews Pres. Ceo. C. White Cashier
after several' traveling salesman! !! was in town Tuesday ,
week spending
Tampa of the ; If the bond trustees wish to save
Miss Margaret Livingston of Pablo Beach. from Hampton. :'011'lexunJ'r, r
is the guest of her aunt, Miss: Kate I weeks at the city the expense of building a new is just back from a trip to Cleveland
I water tank, they had better see that
Cincinnati where he
Livingston. of Jacksonville, and I Detroit, wentto
Mrs. B. W. Hodges
the feet of the supports of the tank
is visiting her paTl'nts.11': and :Mrs.A cull on the large manufacturing
: Skin Work lire not further weakened by rust. A firms that he TBI
:\fen'RIol'lke) P. Hoffman recuperating from an represents. reporter -
Shoes $1.79 at Stump's.Mrs. operation at Dr. Rogers sanitarium.Miss heavy wind storm might throw undue for the Telegraph he said everything WITHJOS
weight on one suport which would tc indicated a continuance of INSURE
O. Fralick is. spending a more than it can stand', and disaster the level '
: J. I : Ida Warren has returned to present high price on mansand
week at Worthington Springs with her home near Starke, after spendinga I II would follow. boys clothing and, in fact on all E. WILSON

relatives.Mr. I few week in Jacksonville and Pablo line- ,of manufactured goods. Thpmlltura..tun'r STARKE- FLORIDA.. "
i O. W. Caswell helda
II I County Agent scarcity of
I / report a !
and Mrs.! J. JMorgan: of I lIea.h.I'. I II demonstration Saturday on the raw material and this added i l to the GENERAL INSURANCE
Starke on : street telling the farmers the habitsof
Brooker were visitors! to of Jack htph i wage now paid to their employees -
:Miss E.ltlielclanlnan: : I FIRE-LIFE-BONDS-AUTOMOBILE I
Wednesday.Mrs. I sonville, is spending a two-weeks' vacation the be corn exterminated weevil and how and the handed put) will keep !goods" high. At
1 Mr. Alexander attended
cii'M-laml .
:Misses a
i| here with her friends, the -
: Mary Weeks, of Jacksonville, Baisden. : dinner party given by the KnterprNeManufacturing :
and relatives in : to their
is visiting friends Company
I II fIjfiijQOOlOf'jOOl1)ltlncCDQJClICCJiIUWJQmCDlacJlllJtIJlIJ( ) ) : ( ; ( : : JCJDCJlJrJcJwfl( )OICIt) )(,IC'IC"t s
Starke. I of il I. men and say this wu" a "w.11affair.
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Jones, Augus-
and 1 ta, Ga., and Dr. James Chase. of Jacksonville INTRODUCING
Allen Canova, Jim Kickliter \ were the week-end guests of IS YOUR LIFE ------ --- t rn
Paul Baisden. are touring the East !P'>lk county has an orange grovotli.i
:Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Hoover.
Coast playing ball with the fast INSURED? during the season just closedi.etteij ( I jl'

Hastings team. 1 :Mrs. C. F. Sayles left Friday for 1 the owner Si!! 1,000. This net ii The "CORNASWEEPER"To I u'I

her home in :Miami, after spendingseveral ; sum was received from the sale of
== --- weeks!! at the home of her parent REPRESENT I THE fnji' from 2'. arrci.Monuments .
: QFFHJS CASKETS :Mr. anti :Mrs C. L. Peek. - ------ I
LIFE INS. 7"'W 3("'"EC CNSaGt rn.,1tTQ1'J'TJ'tf7CT
MUTUAL I Florida
And a fun tine of'If'ldertaKerS'SIj the Housekeepers of
Joe Truby ro..khip; ? and Tombstones\
:Messrs. ,
>lllie5;! man, Will Wainwright and) Will :Mitt. CO. OF N. Y., THE Ii IiI Iis.

Automobile Hears". 11 are enjoying a week's fishing trip at OLDEST COMPANYIN M. DR1GGERS. Lake B.itler g I The Broom you'll buy when you try it

A.wayc on hand. The best S4'r' .aft Springs in Marion county. Agent: (for rt
rice at the lowest prices. Special: j THE U. S. I
attention to telegraph: orders.rlnplstcred I' :Mrs.\ Delia Frttrson and daughter Valdosta Marble Work. CO.

I, :Miss Lucile Weeks of Fort Worth, I Years of Satisfactory ser- 8 QUIGLEY BROOM
E-l"1b: inerDeWITT : I Texas, are guests at the home of :Mrs. JOS. E. WILSON
Friorson'n brother, lion. A. S. Crews vice-Latest Designs to select L I STARKE, FLORIDA. II
C.: JONES I I from. .
Lumber & Supply Cn., '
The Quigley ,
Starke, Fia. ,_ !I who were awarded the contract for I II I malfOOlJt'lQCJODooml'JDO l ('IJmtmJoJCtlOcJmcoomrJnmoc> ) :)Ocaomo ctccir



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Bradfo'td County Telegraph I, I. FARMER BROWN I II I

is asking rather much when
- France ( aS A118g
us to join (;rent Britain Gee there, Kiiitua.; ; ; Do think *
.- Putijiln'-l! VVcrk!*, M.d '-ntTid an sec" shy Imjiloii- up you '

tf end rl.'isu Platter nl the wttfue itstnrke : I in an agreement to come to her aid if I you will ever I get me to town at this %

'Germany should! decide to attack her i gait ? Come on now; didn't I giveI I I

Florida. I n'lIin. In the settling of the war in- I you two (good cars of corn before we !,

== I I ilfmnities France exacted! the last started ? Come-a-lonff now, you seem II[

E. S. :\VIIIKWS.: :$!. Editor and Owner. I ounce of flesh from Germany, and! to to feel as beat out as! I did last week ,]I,

1. C'. ROIUNSON$ : ):.:, Associate Editor.'; I i all intents and purposes the latter i.when I had to go home without thei >,

"country should be too badly crippled )i stove e r CfATED CoJ/
pliable her to show any f fight for I UdCO
| Well, cheer up. better days coming. I
919 AUGUST 19..UK 1 I half u century to come But France |IIifrh cent of living about played out I II

i teems to think that Germany is like a | now everybody got to down
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IT-i .frHil..a-L .!J snake which after be.
eeoI i-ituin kind of except the Packers, Standard Oil, To- I

.- -- -- - I ing cut to pieces, is said to have the bacco Trust, Steel :Manufacturers, I
l !. .! 1 1 1I1
i together again,
severed parts grow
f 1 i Railroads, Railroad. Men Wages and! a''
that the snake is remade and readyto 1
so few
other Cons.
Big They :
say you Ito
3456189 strike, and she fears Germany'spromised must let us alone or the "(leer peepul" j I 1 1I

I vengeance. Yet WP should will starve. They will all be out of !
10 14 1516 heed this appeal not because we owe I i I
f everything they reed if you fro: and
I l \
Franceanything, for while she helped r
bust up our little pamc. We are on- j
t7 us once for selfish reasons, we saved 11 i 4 Pi1i \
j ly making one per cent, and, how con
her life for unselfish reasons, but '
ask do business less
you us to on than :
3i2526 272829t30'fhr b,,'HUM- it would he the climax to the I the government can ? ]I II \\1i I ;

;i work we have already done and it YI
Well, I should worry We pot our | i J.i t
: kill save. im many annoyances( in tho i j(
I hog und hominy and plenty of good I
future- We nlrc-oely too much cntunglrd t ft !l l i" fa\oi, with your cash me 'lassps. t 1 I I
Bf trail.. I In wli" "extends, eti'dit, to you in foreign alliances to stand 111 } j k 4 4t
"broke." bark on that score. With that prom- I '\,11. I declare, if you haint finally' 1 i y II IInl
when time I
t .\ > I in'' tt
I. -- __ i isp given Germany would. give up her got me to Stujke. I'll give you un' t 11d t t ,I'' l l a
1 "Mittel: Kuropu" idea as a had job li'xtry ear of corn if all the packer all
hl"s when they are \ all
Pay :our pre- I Ido : 1111tP 'l 1 ,
I hand confine her attention to Russia. j starve i i t
,t senteel' und you have the funds. Do tlil I1 911' tl q

not lower your standing before your I Germany well knows the potency of I Hello, Neighbor Smith. Just got 111 'l Il11Hj1t

creditors by using I suhteifiiges instead the :Machiavellian maxim, "divide and! to town ? I II iI 11 \

11 of money. :rule] ;" and she has plaveil it in Russia I Well, so did I. Old! Kastus! i il! putty

1 1r I for all it is worth and will continueto slow but he gets there just the name' I 1 1171ti 'RoyuaI Cord' 'Nubby' -Chain' /* .' -Plain'

play it until Russia will wake up I How do you like your new cur? Or X1111 1 1
Among the ciinni'd I goods listed for EU
one morning to find herself one of is it a Ford ?
Hale by the government canned' editorials
the German states. It is said that Well, sir, I like it tine. :Mode me a
1I are not found, and those who
five million Chinese soldiers are being I little nervous! at first, but am gettingust
UM them will be disappointed.' This We Vouch
::1 article, however is superior to some trained into warriors by German to it now. Ahem! Oh, yeB. Ahem! for Them
has So I .
officers, and if so, Germany every see.Mr.
p of the, "fresh" dope we see at times.
1 ) chance to make China a powerful ally : Brown, can you show me the Of all the tires that

1 I With Germany on one side and a CMneseCerman best place to get Gasoline! and Oil for are'made, facilities,-they employ many
Whatever may be the failings of the other Russia ? do
ally on my cur -why
you exclusive
Governor Cntts, the fact remains that and Siberia will have to bow to the inevitable Sure. Just drive up to PeWitt C. suppose we methods.

; I he had l to read nil the laws enacted Jones Store. He has the best Gas prefer to sell United States

Y by the last Florida legislature, and They can to
Pump in town. It has a dial so you go greater
r .
t I Tires?
this, like of, should cover a multitude THE :MIDDLEMANThe ) : :; can see just how much Gas he is giving -I lengths in testing, improving

you, and a long! rubber hose to

J teach your tank. No buck action to I Because they- are made by and perfecting! the things that

c it On the United States postal map of magazines teem with adv..rIIAPml'nts that; $gives you correct measure ev- the make good tires.

Florida the Seaboard! railway from of firms making thin or that cry time, and they nay he has the bust biggest rubber company

Baldwin to Fernanelma has been omit- commodity, and after the merits of a Gas in
town. And the best in Oil. He in the world. And We find it
f ted. No one is hurt nor helped) by certain article have been set forth, handles the Huvolme, medium weight. they know good business to

l I this omission, and we only mention it and, you decide that it is precisely | Howdy, Dad Fling :Meet Neighbor how to build good tires. sell United StatesTires.

to show that even government publications that you need you are informed thatif Smith. Just brought him up to get

i are not infallible. your denier doesn't keep it, to writeto some Gas! and Oil. And-you will find it

r the manufacturers and they will I Glad; to meet you, :Mr. Smith howmuch They have choice of materials good
I. i Revenue officers are libeling tons tell you where you can get it. No Gas will you have today ? to buy them. They

f' I'f I f upon tons of sugar in the mountains prices are given: You are made to How do you "sell, Gas and Oil ? ,-they have immense are here-a tire for every need

.; ; of Georgia, bought by tho moonshine understand that you must buy from Gasoline is down one cent already.

ers to be used) in whiskey making. the middleman, not from the manufacturer Guess the Standard Oil Company is

I This may create some slight feeling direct, and you are thus compelled I getting a little nervous for fear the United

1 i against; the moonshiners, especially to pay the middleman's toll on government will take over their little States Tires

1\ ( among' "dadelies" who have daughters! the goods. If you live in n 1 small plant and send them all to the poor. I

r afflicted. with the cake baking habit. town or the country you arc compelledto house.

t write the manufacturer for the Too bud, ain't it?! To think for a are Good
,i t The government: investigators will name of the nearest dealer; but morelikely moment they would charge too much
give the thing and haveto
you up for
anything they have to sell. No
soon pay compliments to the
he local dealer !
be satisfied -

.j I manufacturers high of lumber It is ,said which that is. unreasonably in- has in stock. :Many advertisements" You they people.never Well do, that we should and harm worry the, fill dear up know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's why we sell them

one sawmill town in Louisiana the end] with "write for catalogue. my car and give me a gallon of that r

I laborers wear $12 silk I shirts and! own write for a catalogue' in the hope that good Havolme Oil. Ford Service Waldo'
YOU can find the price of the article.But Garage
$2,000 automobiles. Wages that allow you got your Gas and Oil, ,
cither the is not
not price
JI such extravagance cannot be paid given or only: "list" pricai nrp found, how about Cane Mills and Syrup Kettles Harrison & Roberts
If Worthington I
unless the profits on the output are you or your neighbors are ill
with the information that these pricesare Ih
thinking of
immense.Our buying had
year you
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probably higher: than .dealers will better -- -
give up your order early so you r t
('hnrj p. will not have to Fla. 8-29-21 A GREAT REMEDY
wait. You then will I
railroads. and,
some capitalistsare
Who is respemsible' for this anomalous have time
to get them set up and have
"Fisherman's Luck" 4
now work ing bring about '
to sugarcane i condition ? Is the manufacturer everything ready when the cane is FOR SALE-Klondyke and Missionary The merits of Chamberlain's Colic
planting large scale nil
: the a over : ton grand to sell at retail if asked, to ready to make up. strawberry plants. A. Bronke, and Diarrhoea Kennedy are well 1?
state, so that the central '
I, I sugar do! so, or is' he compelled by the jobber Well, sir, I aim to outfit. Starke. 5.29.2t'FOR '
''j and syrup factories which they intern! buy an .. He riseth early in the morningand I known and l appreciated, but there is
I tr puss his wares through his hands! What will it cost me? - a man who had
aceiuuintome -
to erect shall be no j'
fully supplioel. This disturbeth the household.He .
,' thnt he add his .omml".ion to Come SALE-:My Ford coupelet, 1917
r move, though coming lute in the day, .n may < right in the store and we will with them and should read

.f is bound to bo a success, for if Florida the first cost ? That the retailer] no look over the catalog and get the model, Heini-Springncld with statting- goeth to the fishing groundsand the following by F. II. Dear, a hotel "
Willard stor
i sod fit for I more than the private citizen can buy.Ih'p..t size you want. Then we can tell you lighting system man at Dupuycr Mont "Four
was nothing else it Is years
; : certainly sitteth
in the hot all
the from the manufacturer Is. evl- just what it will cost. There is the age battery; mechanical condition sun I used Chamberlain's Colic and
nc plus ultra for ago
ill'IUcl.1 s dent he must from the You good, run only 5500 miles. To make day long. _,
Iltuclforcl!! county the territory ; buy jobber or I phone ringing. and! :Mr. Brown Diarrhoea Remedy wan such, wonderful ; .
) wholesaler. look over the catalog while I attendto quick sale will take $:95.00; Dr.>
eel in 21 and 22 is results that I have since
ranges 1 so welladapted recom-
\ I Again, wholesalers frequently announce the phone. Freeman, Sturke, Flu. 829tf. He returneth at night, and the "
I to pane that I. if the mills come mended it to my friends.!
J all crops except some coin and that orders from others thnn Hello! Yes, this is DeWitt C. Jones truth is not in him."
be yams dealers "are neither solicited' nor de Hardware, Store. FOR -\Lt-RO acres of land, all
may given up in favor of cnno. The
F I 1 rust of the he , sired", -another instance showing, that Stoves ? Yes, we have a fine Steel fenced; 28 acres in cultivation ; 5
county mnv devoted to
general farming and, hog raising. nothing cnn he bought by the consumer flange for only $90. Yes, I know it room house, barn and smokehouse; That's because he didn't buy his '

I before It has passed through is high, but it is a beauty. Cheaper some, young fruit trees; fine land fishing tackle from E. Fnlick w&Furniture

the, hands. of at least two middlemen, .stoves ? Yes, yes! but this $90 stove iso for pecans' or fruit; .I miles from

Wonder') what the short story writers I j more likely three or four $ much better. All right, I can quote Waldo, 2 1-2 miles from Graham ; I

more, brandy cnn !III' had ? .\ flask of l e-i-y and tools can be sold, \ ) cheaper in $:.20! $lIfjO, $1R, und $12.Grllnite..are R. ;M. Johnson Waldo, Fla. 8-29-31: !) : CoIn
braiiely-never whiskey, gin. wine ...
or ? Yes good .
the lemon! I Europe: ) than here The Europeans a assort - - -- --
rum-was alwavs handily, NOTICE Company
buy from the manufacturers direct,
found in the 'I thnt sixty tiny from
Nutlci- I. hereby Klvrn
packet of the rescuer,
when he i 1 and tho transportation charges and !Fence Wire ? Yea plenty of it, at Hiiti. to'wit : on the 2Hth dny of October. \.
reached the man who hail! the profits! of the importers ei> not $25 for 40 rods und up. All right, D 1M1**. 1 will im-Hcnt to the county juiltfe.
almost been killed by bushwhackers of HrRilforil I'minty. Flnrl.lii. my mil! acemint
the beautiful I I! amount to.a much as the profits accrued thank you. What time will you be in. and \michrrrt of the estate of B. B. ''Scull Clerk Circuit ( Starke Hardware Building)
or Court
young : 1'1ho hnd I[1 when the wares pass through Thank you Good day. Van Iture-n deceased, nnd apply for Ihi' approval .'IUK IIILL WILLIAMS' I ,
struck her head ngiiinHt a ro..kVhl'n eif some and for flnul ilixcharicp a.
: You nee gentlemen I my Solicitor for Complainant 8-29-ttt
am killingtwo
t her horse i'. several hands as in this country. Under uc-h ailminlntratorHatnl .
e>r who had '
the heading of profiteers the jobbers birds with one stone. Selling thin the 20th day of Auxut. A. D. I BRUNSWICK
c-d ankle In I'Iprllln-1
falling ofT may well be classed' ; they rob Stoves, Graniteware and Steel Fence I'llW! 1 NOTICE OF APPI.ICATIOV FOR TAX DEED
liranely finle'el L'lSDfclt
never to revive SECTION 575 OK THE
i the public and have the manufacturers Wire over the 'phone while you all \iliiKnlxtrutnr' of the Emater of H. E. Van I GENTRAL STATUTES TALKING
is plenty of "shine" yet, to 'b,. sure, by the throat. Right here Is another are getting prices of Cane :Mills and Hurun. tl.2U-Ut.NOTK Hereby notice l i. given that Bradford. County
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but n respectable rescuer could! not Syrup Kettles. ---- -- ------ - I Hank. a corporation, purchaser of tax unit
tote such' stuff along, place for government investigation F OF APPI.irATlOV FOR TAX DEED certillcatea numbered. renpejctively U5 and
you know neither to step in, and if it is begun we Now, Farmer Brown and Mr. Smith L'M: >KK HFCTION 179 OP THE 1311. iMiipd by the tax collector of Bradford MACHINES
would) ) it be safe to give it to an injured how about the Cane Mill Outfit ? HM-KAL:: : STATUTES county .Florida until. certillcatea being dated
will startling developments.
see some Nolle 7.. Adkln., the 2nd day of July A. D. 1U17. and ha Hied.
I. I re-by vlvrn that A.
person; juice is ratherweak
grape Well, sir, I like the style and prices purchnM-r uf IX certificate Town of Stark aaid certillcntea, In my office and ban made Pathe
anel so is _> ;2-:1: per cent beer. All RISING:; but I want to look at some cnne mill No. li. elatrd has 2nd bay of July. A. D 1X17 application for tax deed to liiaue In accordancewith and Gennett
we can suggest is that the writers exercise outfits ha Clod Bald evrtlrtcate in my office and haa law.
our neighborhood and will The tta'd'! certldcatea
ntipeettvely embraces
made application for tax elei'd to ittHUe In aacnnianre -
their ingenuity so as. to make make up my mind and bein next week with law. Haul. certificate vmbraciiNthe the following lands In Bradford county Flor Records
Rising, Aug.: 29.! -:Mr. and Mrs. R. ida.
restoratives unnecessary.The I and, following eltcriied! property ultuatvil In accessed at the date of the iHHiiance nfuch
M. Hersey, of Theressa' visited. at the give my order. Itradforil county Florlilee., -wtt : eertiltcatei In the namea
Thank you, Neighbor Smith. We Lot I and 2 of Ulk 4K. Livlnmton. Trul.y hereinafter particularly net forth to-wit :
home of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Jackson
aviators at Carlstront. Field/ will make and CompMny'ri. tub divliion. town of Starke.' Certlflca'e No. 125 emb...".. the following : The Brunswick
i 1 Friday. you the best price possible, Th* acid land being .....*...01 Ht Ito dtr of Com at NE Cor of went half of northwrit
near Aicadia, were "butnt out" from i j for this Is a good firm the iMHimnce of punt certificate In the quarter of Bouthennt quarter of northeant .
F we place our name MU'ir-
eating preserved government rations' I I Mr. and Mr!!!. A. J. Jackson, W. F. orders' with and,! >>f Raymond Jackaon.f'nleiit t.r and run W ino ft2Ib fit of ....... thi-nc.' plays all makes of
and longed for 1!: Hainage and claul'hter.li9S; Berta you are sure to get aaid certificate vtinll he rfdnem*.daccordinir S jn ft. W toil ft, E l 109< ftl to pt I
fresh vegetables. I| bottom prices from them. Well, call to law. tax Iced will tamm theveonon "f b.". See. 28. TI' 6. S R. 22 E. axueaieed I
There were none to be had!, but the i attended the annual meeting atIt.; al'lIin. gentlemen. S'long.pigs the Jllth day of Se-ptembcr. A. O. 1919 fieneva Town.. !

post surgeon, fearing that his men I I Zion Saturday and Sunday. --. . -__ __ ___. n__ __ the Wltnerm J7lh duly mv or otTlclnl Auuuit.iirnnttin' A. D. 1919.Sr..11 And. Ural thla lot Certificate>, blk 20 No In Starke.,110 embrace a.Be..ed S N 2.'t W.1 Franca ft ..f- Records perfectly
might suffer' in health if vegetables J. S. Ja<'kson and J, :S. Supp attended ,.
to B weeks UlKKS.rlerk .
| 2 old; oNo 12 shotes I I W. r. : !
were not I served to them, decided to i church at :Mt. Zion Sunday. and Kiinrsley lake road G. C. CaJy. Clrctlit Court Prnilforil R. A. WPFKS.County. F4.By acconllnu L'nl.aa aid In law certlflcatea tax deed shall will Imiiie he redeemed thereon Come in and let us

take a trip around the country in the.| report) a pleasant ilay.j 8-15-tf. ..29.St. Deputy Clerk. on the 29th day or September A II 1'M'i '

'Y hope of bringing back n loud of truck. j We note thnt L. I.. Conner has added ...- -. --- -- -- the Wltniw JTth day my of olficial, "iuniinire and. teal that, demonstrate this
:luaus 1. n I.1111'
Rut he found lump, and began to consider a large new barn to his place. That FOR SALK:-:My farm consisting! of :NOTICE. W. T. WEEK 'I
In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial
Circuit (Stall
palmetto buds and bamboo topsas must mean more hog and hominy. :200: acres' land with RO acres cleared \ Brmlfi.rd County Florida In Ctmncvry nplBy
n substitute* for ,,vegetables but' F. T. Norman bought :29 head of : 7 acres in pecans, with abstract O V. Rr oka. I I I ",29-lt WEEKS Del.uly (I' .rk

A gave it up and went to Tampa in tho hog, front Claude Underhill' Tuesday title; good location for country Complnln.ntW W
9 hope of getting some shipped stuff.' ', store. R\1.; Drtggers' Lake But. A. Carter A Gene Bryant, '
Hail the field been located here IH'ft'mliinU. | I
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING ler. Fla. 8-22-2t It Bi,."p."rin' .. by affidavit Appended to the ,
farmers raise something beside oranges ; / hill alma in the abov tat4Ml. eui that W A. A STANDARD UNIVERSITY

and cattle) the aviators could'! FOR r.E-One-hor Hackney Cnrtcr.i .the of ft-mUnt. the stat th.of*r"(Florida n n.m.d.) and) I.h"rvadrnc. .anonrr.ldent UNIVERSITYOF/ COURSES in Liberal Aria and Science Law;

have born plcntifuly suplieel lit all wagon, good as new. New International .* in unknown, and that thfr In nopi'mnn Agriculture! ; Education: Engineering.Chemi-
times with fresh vegetables told fruif in the state of Florid' mr\it+ of ftubHM al. Civil Electrical, Mechanical.
sulky plow, with all discs etia \- | >nn. upon. whom wrtttiM bind the ffmlunt. Premedical Courae. and
This time of the year our gardens are plows and and that he in over the ace of tw, ntytirnyean. Graduate Studies
ONE CENT \ WOrO FOR E': \f II ISSL'K.CAlill attachments. Two- Univenity eutention.ATTENDANCE .
rather bare, yet we have pll'ntof: IS .\IIV.*-'E; horse John Poere i I I
plow. Fertilizer It ,* tht-rffnrt ordered that mud non-n-tl- From SI ria
collards, \.nl..m.+ InMert.'d and,, thin head n : Counties and
green corn, cowpeas okra mutt be paid In eiiverli4.inepl loNew: strawberry plow Planet I lint tUfondtnt In amim\ htn-by r'fiuiriil to 21 alatei, 126 .tudenH. including
, carrots"' peppers pole beans and new appear to the bill of romiilnmt, clod In ttnMcntiMf I army
for one Insertion accepted for I.! than 2S Jr. These are bargains! for I .ndsummer chooU.
I quick nn or h.rnre Monday, th third dny of
I\ tweet potatoes beets radishes. tomatoes ----- -" I mile. Paul K.: Cunova, tarke, It* j N.,smber. A. D 191 send, cane big enough to chew FOR SALE-1ft head of "h,itt.". one .>n. of said bill will be taken a* eon f Mated : twelve "DISTINGUISHED COLLEGES"in
;i might also be scared Of fruits 1 A. : acid) defendant p i the United States.
old. t. Newsom Starke '
up. wo year FOR SAr.K-Pair of first-class, med. II'y It U, further ordered that thin order be pub-'
have pears anelg rapes in nhunduneo. i i Fla. R- 9-tL bum size, young mules. once a week for vlirht eonweutlvf wvoka A. A, MURPHREE EXPENSES LOW. Next le.iion begin Sep.
Suitable ,
In. in the Bradford. County Telegraph tember 22nd. Write for and book of
Bradford county we live at home newipa- LL. D. catalog
---- --- --- for farm :1 Prtttdnt
work or lead mules in i> r publinhed in laid county and it at.. .i.wi. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
and we live, too. i FOR SALE-Three brood sows with team. B. Y. Saxon, I Th 7th day of Aumwt A. D. .911*.
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putting down a new floor on the Long on tin .subject to all\ who I match.

Bridge began work Monday.: wanted them He had large! and earnest :Mrs. Yelvington is the youngest
audiences all day, and his. work The home of Judge and :Mrs. Oeo. daughter of Judge and :Mrs. Gardiner

P. A. Johanscn, a successful truck will probably bear good! fruit. A. Gardiner was the scene of a quiet and was always a general favorite

Bits of LocalInformation grower living northeast of Stnrke, and pretty wedding Tuesday, August with a wide; circle of young friends. r
made n pleasant. cull lit our office :Monday We are proud of the confidence doctors JtHh, at high! noon, when their daughter ;Mr. Yelvington is a prominent young 8

and ordered hill subscription to druggists and the public havo in Miss Gladys Lucile', and Mr. William business man of Hasting, being extensively I +)
the Telegraph extended another >'('111'. CCli Chill and Fever Tonic. Adv. S. YcIvuiKton, of Hastings, were engaged in forming, stock .t,
united in marriage. t mixing nail other business affairs.
The strawberry acreage! in this section For the past f'w'I''ks no producehas The left after the
-- ./ Omr fr mt.. luA..u rfI1'r.yrr. impressive" ceremony was performed Tho young couple
... Im .*. c....' _tnl Tmttm, is. not ejected to be large this been Chipped, from :Stiiiko; except ( by Rev. ;Mullady/ of the Chri"-I ceremony in their touring car for tho Oil! }
year, though somewhat linger than the u.evitaliUcratis of chickens nnd tian church, in the presence Past Coast where they will spend :, l't
r liiwt yenr About 75; per cent of the boxes of cow hides, that conic from family and near relatives. I (hen hnllf' .moon. '!'c
r-- i plants have been already set! Brouker b\ "IVggy." But now sweet The bride \ will bo at !I+
was never more lovelythan Mr. and ; YeMvington'
Ur C). L. lIa'nepE'nt Friday in I D. Bore of Jacksonville, is spending I I potatoes begin to come in.. T. A. in her traveling suit of dark blue i home to their friend. after September t L
in Starke aft :-': quiiiter blenched sheeting at Crawford has brought in several wagon I
Jacksonville. a few days' looking silk with hut and accessories to I I Dili nt Hastings. '
-- --- I t. i his' property intiiests. hare I ((50;( ci-ntx This in face of the fact thnt loads this \\i-ek. They were! sold to

J \\' liiitten) wax among the The- I ____ __ __ I wholesale quotations were t 57c in July C. S. Purling.sirs. .
Uleachin 1 yarttleeide. find tire higher now. Can you beat it '.' ---- -
lesHtii I itois t t.> :StniktP '; Saturday. Best! grade ;. I
+i I 25; cents a yau; 'd. :Stump' .TV. Morgan : ,I. IL: :Mu nines, of Lake Under, ,

''uell A Putt" ell hipped seven car- I IIn,1It.: :.'. hiholl Maines: of Sanford,
loads of rosin this week. Miss Gertrude; :Mi Lain, of OougUss, Miss. Clara :Moitt lift Sunday for I are giving n delightful house party ton I
e I (;In.. is the guest uf :Miss" '' :Marguerite Ourlington S. C., to engage in the number of young' people nt their

R.1.: Johnson, of Waldo, was in Shriver at Kingsley lake. millinery business, after spending the I cottage) on Daytona Hi,>ach. Mr llol- .HATS I I'
Starke on business Tuesday summer: with homcfolkt. his Knight, left Sunday for Pu tona
!Miss Dorothy Edwards" of Gainesville and will be n member of (the putty

Men's Work Shirts, 73; cents is a guest at the home of !Mr. Minimum of "overhead expense! for the next ten d.iysMrs. rlI'
at Stump's.Miss anti Mrs: E. S. :Matthews Ever think about it? That explainsour Now On Display
ability to sell better values at the : (,111\\'". Larsen' and line son

Addle Baisden spent Sunday Mrs N. D. Wainwright and family same price, and same values at legs Chas. Jr, and! W II. Larsen, of Port '<\ .G{p 4

with friends in Jacksonville. have returned from a three week's price. Come and make us prove it. J. Pierce, who have been the ,guests of STYLES ':
stay at Pablo Beach.RubMyTism W. Moigan. ('01. and ;Mrs' I 1) 1 12:. Knight for several LATEST .: ::1$

i children days left Sunday for Daytona '.,..
t Mrs A. Z. Adkins and are '
spending a while at Pablo Beach. I is a powerful antisep The Woman's. Christian Temperance Beach and from there will go to their ,II-
tic. It kills the poison caused from infected Union will meet in regular session homes inT'oit Pierce. They made. the

Dr. J. C Wills made a business tripto cuts, cures old sores, tetter, next :Monday nftcinon at 5:8: ( at trip by nut"muhlh'lrM.: Larsen was tl: i
Jacksonville Monday. etc Adv. the Methodist. church. Mrs. A. II. accompanied home by her little! niece,
Freeman, leader Louise Langfoid. who will make her Come and sec the biggest
home with ;Mrs. Irr8en.! .
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe :McLam spent
Mrs, D. Lang, of was a
visitor to Starke Wednesday. /several days. in Jacksonville last Mrs.: F. B. Cady, who has been caring and tasteful stock of !
week. for Mrs John Howe through her A party consisting of ,J.V.. Andrews most \ f

Sweet Rose self rising flour at serious illness nt Kingsley lake has Jr., and dlilIl'l'n.1o'lorl'n'e, t
Kickliter'H. It The Methodist :Missionary Societywill turned to the home of her son, G!. C. Lli/iibeth: and I.c-ilii Den, :Mre..1. W. Millinery rvr>r l V i'ght to LI

meet next Thursday afternoon at Cady Andrews, Sr., of Stuike, MesdnmesI; i
s W. C5.; ('O't.1UII"\ L. S. Adams, and
:Mrs. Wm. Struth spent Tuesday of four o'clock at the Methodist church. Starke. ;
; The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. :Miss Annie Powell\, of Jacksonville,
this week in Waldo. ff.liNIfHIT'S
k' Little !Miss Hattie Rae Weeks, of have built the prettiest little boat ever are spending 11 J pleasant time at I
w in Starke. It i ill light and Kin lake bring comfortably domiciled
New models in voile and organdy aCrosse, visited little Miss. LouiseStewart seen "lpy -
the latter part of the week. I staunch and both sail and oars can be in the 'ook cottage! ;Mr. 1..1| '
waists, $1, $1.GO and $2, at Morgan's
a used. It was not built to order but ill : S. Adams and :Mr. ;Merrill 1'owI'I\1\
for sale. of Mrs: Powc'll, MIM.1NKHY ';I
son spent
666 quickly relieves Constipation, Mrs Ellery M. Davis is spending ;
r Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and tho week in Archer with her parents. with the party. I
Mr. Mrs. Geo. V. Anderson. I P. A. Hess, the tinsmith, is busy: }
) Headaches, due to Torpid Liver adv. and - ---- --- I Starke, Florida :; .t ttj"
making new ice pans for many of the School patrons, please note the following I ,

Green of Lawtey, was in Special prices on all Ladies Truby & Thomas refrigerators! as : I \m advised by the schoolbook .
Starke Saturday on business. Oxfords and Pumps at Stump's. those made by him 18 years ago are I depository in Jacksonville, that {
about worn out. The new pans are of I they hope to have the new books in .

c Charles Beasley returned Monday L A. Davis and family have returned galvanized iron, very carefully made our hands soon after Sept. let If we -- ', .
from a short sojourn at Pablo Beach. home after spending several and braced. to insure stifTnoex get a shipment I will advise you next

: I weeks. in North Carolina.Geo. week through the Telegraph. Take I tj" :ti

Men's," Dress Shirts, 7." cents Mrs. S. E.: Brownleo left Saturdayfor care of your old books. -they can bu I
to $2.50; at Stump's.Miss (I, White, \Vm.Ioitt: Charles Atlanta for a visit with her cousin exchanged at half price en. the new I Build a Bank BalanceA it
V I II I Barrett and Kirk Lewis spent Sunday Col. B. L. Rugg, for a few clays. ones. Please remember, also, that
Lucile Tatum left Sunday for i In Jacksonville. !She' will then go to the mountains of books are' to be sold for cash. ..J.V.. i Jt

St. Augustine, where she will visit North Carolina to spend the rest. of ;Morgan.
Y her aunt. :Miss Florence Solomon, of Jacksonville the summer.! ------ -- I checking account with the Bank of Stark turns f
i spent the wee'k-end! at Klngsk-y The Gainesville Sun of August 27th
lake the of :Mrs. J. F. Kick contained the following about ( all your cash receipts-checks, draft, money orders
as guest !
Rev. J. C. Diggs has spent the past I I has more imitations than any nr-I
week at Shell Bluff assisting in a protracted liter. other Chill and Fever Tonic on the I mer well\ known Staike people \ and money itself-Into your bank balance.
and :Mrs.' Charles S. Ilrooking, of Ins
market, but wants imitations
meeting.Dr. I Mrs: E. R. Poppell and children in melil'inl' They no one arc dangerous. adv I dmn River City, who vi"it,11: r. and Your bank balance i i. the amount of money to your t

W. E Middle-ton and J. M. : spent last week in Lake Butler with ---- ---- Airs Hoy Ott a month ago, returned credit at the Bank, to be drawn as needed or trans
:Mrs. Poppell's patents :Mr. and, :MisH. Sundav. This time they will stay t-
We closing out line of ferred others check.
Mitchell went to Lake Geneva Friday I are : our I to by your personal
fishing. Tomlinson. Ladies and ChildrenHats: .it I having purchased! from Mr A. I.. '' ."

!I 5)8! cents each._ Stump's.Among Dauglitty the Knight futm nix miles When you write a check on the Bank of Starke, l
I :Miss :May Peek, who has been visiting out of town. .
Messrs J. :M Mitchell and E. R.I'I at the home of her brother! C. I __ you make the exact change, transfer the amount to ..:

Poppell were visitors to Brooker Monday ,, I.. Peek, returned to Waycross, Ga., the number who have returned Last I Sunday morning, and I evening the right person, and have for future reference a ,
from Kingslc-y lithe this vvefkare
I Monday.Mrs. I' E Canova and family, S. R. at tin ;Mcthodixt chinch\ Ucv. l/olle: complete, reliable record( the transaction..Your to
prelld..1 fine, stirring sc-imorm It..v.1I11C .
New line of :.Men's Soft Felt Johns and family, A. ;M. Darby and check is a voucher which your creditor must receipt
the pastor in chaige, was
; Aliulgc I>yal 1 anil daughter, away
Hats, $2.50 to $ 1.00(), .it Stump's.I Thelmn! of Jacksonville, are visiting fumily E. E.! Canova and family, F. 1I assisting 11 meeting and Kev. Ezello before he can collect the money. *:J '
II. Long) and family and W. C. Powell
I: at the home of :Mr. and Mrs O. J. had consented to (ill the Starke! pul- ''ifft
:Mr, and ;Mrs. R. J. Turner, of New : Griffin and family. i 'f. Twenty years ago/ Rev. Ecllolegulnrly Build a bank balance with! cash receipts; enjoy the
River, made an appreciated call at of with checks.
I passed through Starke as a the privileges paying .j \
f.fifl has it will Malaria,
our office Tuesday.W H. Smith went proven cure ('o"ludor on the Sc-tiboard, and since
:Mr. and :Mrs. Hlbert t.
Chills and Fever, bilious fever, colds We especially invite checking accounts. No account 'It
hilt I time has been converted and
I : und returned '
to Jacksonville!! Monday -
H. Jones, of Lynchburg, Va., I up home the same day, making and lagrippe. It kills the germs that Ntiidiiil t for the ministry is too large for our facilities and none too small .
was a guest at the home of Mr. and cause the fovf.r. Fine toni Adv. .. .
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I the trip by automobile. _. to have our cordial appreciation and best attention.
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Cunova Tuesday.G. -- ------- - -
Mrs. p. E.
Schools will be opening" hiring September -

;Mr. and ;Mrs. Will Fryer and son, In many plixcs the sidewalks are and now i M H rood time to prepare If your checking account is keptwilh usa full statement .
M. Bennett camo up from The- very rough, caused from heaving b\:
, ressa to do business in Starke :Monday and Pa :Miss visiting Annie! lit Fryer the, home of Pottsville of Rev, the liec roots, or holes. on account of 'in. Itemembei getting the, wehave('hilclrt ,
are poor rcnic'iit In pour light pede<- ed to on the first day of each and month.
need und wo promise you that wo you every
and :\1 I'M.1.: :M Frjer.Banker tnans must practice the "goose ..t..p"
nre not profiteering on them either
Several cases of influenza are reported to keep from stumbling. Such J places In of .
the marked advances
N. T. Ritch has added to spite very !
in this. section! Be careful. the wealth of the country by raising should be fixed! in all prices within the past 'I'O: days,

t Avoid drafts. corn and rice on his vacant lots in the \\i are selling nearly every article in BANK OF STARKEThe -
time in
Now is the to huy (> -- this storo at former prict-s See us
of the
northern part city.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.It | h.ims for the (Children'' School bffiin hiiyintr .1 W. ;Morgan.
relieves pain and soreness causedby Dresses (;ini;hams 2.1: cents a Crowing Bank
:Mr. and Mrs. W B. Harvard[ will - ---- ----- -- t
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. return to their home the latter partof yard at Stump W\ II. Alexander, the well known

the week, after spending several traveling, salesman, wan in town Tuesday E. S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier
Tampa If the bond trustees wish to
Miss Margaret Livingston of Heath I "save from lIum telll. Mr Alexander
weeks Pablo
at !
is the guest of her aunt, Miss Kate the city the expense of building a nw it just back from a trip to Cleveland,
I water tank, they had better see! that
Livingston. :Mrs. B. W. Hodges, of Jacksonville, I (Cincinnati and Detroit, where he- wentto
the feet! of the supports of the tank
visiting her parents :Mr.' and :Mrs call on the lnr f' manufacturing
:Men's :Monkey Skin Work A. P. Hoffman, recuperating from an are not further weakened by rust. A firms thnt he reprewntH.' To a reporter -
Shoes $1.71at Stump's.Mrs. : I heavy wind storm might/ throw undue for the ho tuid
operation at |Pr.) Kogeis sanitarium. Telegraph/ everything -
weight on one suport which would heI INSURE WITHJOS
indicated 4 continuance; of
J. O. Fralick is spending a I more than, it can stand, and disasterwould
I :Miss Ida Warren has returned to the present high price level on menu
week at Worthington Springs with her home near Starke, after spending : follow. and boys clothing. and in fact, on nil E. WILSON

relatives.Mr I a few weeks in Jacksonville and Pab- | ('ountylCl.'nt (). W. Caswell helda lines of manufactured food| ThemniiiifacturerH STARKE- FLORIDP.. a
report n scarcity of
and )Ir'. J J. Morgan, of I I Beach.Miss demonstration! Saturday on the raw mutiiial nnd this added to the GENERAL INSURANCE '

Brooker, were visitors to Starke on ; Eddie :Mc.Mananan: of Jacksonville street, telling the farmers the habits hitch wages now paid to their employers -
if the corn weevil and how the pesti
Wednesday. is spending a two-weeks' vacation will keep proocH h (/h. At
bn handedIS
i here with her friends! the Misses i (exterminated! and ''l 1."Innd l .Mr'. Alexander' attended n .
MM. Mary Weeks, of Jacksonville, i Baisden. I dmm' party given; by the flnterpri-e;
is visiting friends anti relatives in ( Manufacturing Company to their
:' ,il I. DcJWClc71DtDI7CJtDCJtntDCkllQNt3JCIW; ( ) ; ( ( ( :) ) (: ( lJc.acDGlj: / lD1ClclWIJOIJJCiIJItWQIDGlCJI..U'1;) : : !
and OVthiH swell||
wan a
Starke. ;Mr. and ;Mrs.' J. ( Jones, of Augusta n

Klckliter and (ia., und Ii. James Chase, of Jacksonville nlfair. i? INTRODUCING li
Canova, Jim of --- -
Allen week-end
were the guests YOUR LIFE
East 4
Paul Baisden are touring the :Mr. and :Mrs Joe Hoover. 1 folk county has uri orange grove
Coast. playing. ball with the fast INSURED? that d'lrmLf' the ou"on jut: losed R

Hastings team. I :Mrs.' C. F. Pajlcs left Friday for r." "'"d the owner :1,0i)0.) Thin net The "CORNASWEEPER"To
= Mimi wan received from the stile of
,. her home in Miami, after spending
...-- .several weeks at the home of her par I REPRESENT THE fr jn, from 2'i! )1e'r" -1.

ljFFtrJS CASKETS ..nt,.. :Mr. and ;Mrs. C. L. Peek. - - --- -- I
MUTUAL LIFE INS. R1t17111QQtp! t17C"SCtDCft,7t ,T.'Gt0'9''
And a full line of the Housekeepers of Florida
:Messrs. Joe Truby, Brooks Shin- Monuments find Tombstones;r I IS. d
q.erta ers' Sdpplh:5: CO. OF N. Y. THE
) Will Wainwright and Will Moitt ,

Automobile HenrH" 11 11wafa are man enjoying a week's! ttshing\ trip at OLDEST COMPANYIN S$ M. DRICGERS. Lake Butler! E I r The Broom you'll buy when you try it Ii Iil
The best wr Marion .
.,-, on hand. :alt :Springs'; in county.11rs. Agent for
nee at the lowest price Special; THE U. S. H HI

attention toO telegraph orders. ; [ Delia FrltT.on and daughter, Valdosta Marble Works
Miss Lucile Weeks! of Fort Worth QUIGLEY BROOM CO.

rf--altered ET1b: IIner! : Texas, are guests at the home of ;\lrs.Frierllon' JOS. E. WILSON I I' Years of Satisfactory ter- !

---- !! brother, lion A S. Crews I vice-'Latest Design to select t STARKE, FLORIDA.r
The Quigley Lumber & SpIlPI Co, g I {
Starke, Fla. I who were awarded the contract for i I D NOff 1 QiQtMDLtfl71aC7L7QQt'1Qlq.T1CiLTS7Q7Cft7RQICN7CJC1QQCfc1fa( 1QC10RfaG1(7dC7C7lDdlllll: !
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3'r FRIUftGUST: 29. 1919)
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I; I Bradford County Farmers I! Florida Cotton A I'I - -

Diminishing CropThe
.' -
ruNiritu: or. WIDELY) KNOW> low, nil duiing the following spring./(. 1 til the pulp breaks down enough to

KKMIiMLARGELY: / ; AT'lEMiEDAppropriately : ; K\i,; '/ry Floridian remembers with sor- ,; liberate the seed. Then put the pulps ,. condition of the Florida" cotton : RIGL .5

1"1'ow many of our farmers failedto through\ a collander to get rid of the lower
in than for
crop month
Observed in !Stnrke.Met -- sell potatoes, enough to pay freight I i '.ei-d Put the seedless, pulps and softened account of damage caused a ago on

//"lIth by Asphyxiation and how the cabbage farmers of hulls! together when cool, and ruins and the boll weevil. by heavy

South Flurida, let tons anti tons of add .sugar and water at ho rate of one On
the best lands the
All the people pausing! the corner I 11 bI"Irot,/: in the field.Kvery pound of sugar and one-quaiter pintof rank stalk has madea I
growth where
of Call and Walnut streets last Saturday i I farmer who has suitable land water to each fix pounds of fresh cultivated
hail, their attention. attracted by and I who knows how to grow cabbage fruit. Then bring the mixture slow- but on the poorer lands and where c a package

what appeared, to be a casket surrounded or onions would do well to study the ly to a boil, and after boiling for Brass! has not been kept out the plant 5

by mourners. at the corner of figures/: mentioned above and plant the eight! or ten minutes pack and seal it is stunted and off color. Very few! before the
the Bradford County Hunk. Rut upon crops accordingly. Certainly every while hot in hot sterilized fruit jam, like show prospects for anything war

I inquiry it was learned that what appeared person regardless! of his! occupation a normal yield.

to be mourners" were only re- shout, begin now to grow enough for Grape Catsup The boll weevil is present in great

jokers The box instead of containing -I, his own table. I have not yet seen the : First weigh and then crush the numbers under weather conditions ,

4 n human corpse contained dead I]I crop reports, of the estimated yield of I 1: fruit Stew the crushed fruit over a whi-h ideal !fjr its development '

coin weevils which had met their end l Irish: potatoes, in the north for this i slow fire until soft, and then work it.. On July 25, the condition of the c a package>

l i from the gas; of carbon dirsulphide. II season, but I judge from the prices through/ a collunder with a spoon, I crop for the state was GO per cent of 5

CUIJItyg"lIt Caswell. bought the 1 that we have to pay for them at the I leaving the skin and. seeds behind. To normal compared with 57 per rent a during the
t'' corn from a farmer near Graham fort stores the some thing applies to them the juicy portion which passes thru mont ago and 70 per cent on July 23: war

h,' ociiiHJon' several days in "''h'II/U",1 I as dm"to "cabbage and onions I the ,collander add for each five pounds ICifc!

lie secured u /goods box of After all has been. said about the of fresh fruit used two and l a half Kiti-cd,( on this: eondif.ori; and. allowing

chant, which incidentally resembled I al I high cost of living we must all admit pounds of sugar, one tablespoon of about 5 per ctnt for abandoned r

11'' ouski't., The box was lined. with news, / that t there is only one solution for tho | ground cinnamon, one tablespoon acreage, it i is! estimate! that 10,100\ .,

dj paper well pasted I to the boards Tho I /treat l problem, < winch as' as follows.: ground allspice, one tablespoon ground uniting bales. will be produced, of ], c a

corn was put in the box and, livery: |erswg!iI ill the civilized: world to cloves, one half tablespoon of pepper, which probably les. sthan 2,000 bales 5 packageNOW

ounces of cvubon di-stilphidi get to work ; work as hard as. they one half tablespoon salt, one pint vin- will be Son Island l cotton.

over itttcr applying/ the lid all four// can, for ns. long hours as they are I egar. lioil the mixture until .slightly Last year the .state. produced JU.'Hil

cracks were covered. 1 by pasting able; produce as much as possible and thick and then seal it hot in hot .ster- running bales of which :20b/l! were

papers. < on the outside.. This sine what! is produced. i ilized bottles or fl'uitial'!!. Sea Islam! '--

Bf containing the bushel of corn and inn I 0. W. CASWKLL: I The State Fair offers a first prixe I The Sea Island crop, which in planted -
dead weevils was hutrht to the. corner County Agent.MKSSAiJK of $3, second
prize of $:a 1 and third this year almost entirely in Colum-
of the Ui-.lf' i I i C" .ntv/ frank for
prize of $2 for best THE FLAVOR LASTSSO
) I grape exhibit, bin Hamilton and Suwannee counties
inspection only' :uiii'duy: morning ;:; ; "I'KOM' COUNTY[ DKMOVsTK.VIION : I., consisting of following: Six 12 shows ,
4 ounce n condition on July :23;'i of only
1'' and /nthe n,,t.. ,o' of attraction in ) :; AJKNT: bottles three
I juice 12 ounce jars butter 27 of
per cent normal On the same
ii that 1 put of town all tiny County three 12 DOES THE
| ounce jars spiced hulls. date in June condition was 32 percent PRICE!
Agent Caswell was master of ceremonies To the Cluh GirIM-H..low: arc receipts | The County Fair offers a prize to of normal.!

\ and he wits kept busy most of for preserving grapes\ which nilj.'il'l" I I Club girls for the best general exhibit
if the time answering! questions in regard \ who have grapes will please! use,.1 I of grape products. Short cotton, on July 23: showed a

/ to methods, of controlling corn. Notice the prize lists and be prepared -I' Very truly condition of 53 per cent of normal,

p weevils to contest for both county and state yours compared with 60 per cent a month 211
i From the tone of the interest, manifested prizes. I FLORA L. CLOWER. earlier.

It, t it is evident that tho farmers Crape; Juice-'old Press Method -- -.+----- - The condition of the crop by dis-

I intend to wage n warfare against this Take sound, clean fully ripe fruit t NEW UANGKItJU SUGAR CANE:< tricts and counties on July 25 follows:

f expensive pest. Many[ farmer, after and! crush. Press juice from the, CULTURE Northwest Florida-Calhoun, (!5j;

inspection the dead l weevils was heard grapes. If you have no press small 11', Escumbin 55; Gadsden, 50; Holmes

to say: "I must begin at once to fix quantities cnn be pressed by hand i in in Florida sugar cane growers have 55; Jackson, 60; Jefferson 50; Leon,

my crib so that I can kill the weevils. clean) cloth sack. Again strain the their atention drawn to an impending 50; Liberty 45; Okaloosa, JO( ; Santa

We have borne this burden of the juice procured through\ two thickness danger! to the development of the sugar Rosa CO; Walton, f.5; Washington, CO.

weevils us lung as we can stand it." es of cheese cloth. Place the juice i in and syrup industries described in Conditon for the district, 57 per. cent

i) Mr. Caswi'll says I that the weevils sterilized bottles or jars. ]Place thfilled e this issue in a bulletin of the All Northeast Florida-Baker, 40; Columbia Jru. '

4 I destroy. enough corn in Bradford, containers in water bath nnd| American Sugar League embodying 40; Hamilton 57; Lafayette .

county to pay all the state and stelilizcby heating until the juice part, of a recent letter from Plant (CO; :Madison, (65! ; Nassau, JO; Suwan-

ty taxes on nil t the property has reached a temperature near but Commissioner Newell.! This bulletinf nee, 51. Condition for the district 50 (y Z.

county including, the railroad, coun-I not quite up to the boiling point. I indicates. how they can co-operate in 1 per cent.Central. !A1tP .

r : erty., All this loss he says. is n thermometer 1 is available, remove.Iuj Preventing the introduction or spreadt Florida-Alachua, 17; .5w r

I S I sary. Sixty ,dollars worth of lumber i I (.(. from sterilizer as soon as i it a destructive J disease of the plant Bradford!" 12; Cl.iy 40; Ilernundo, 50; 4 I

and roofing paper, he says, will be reaches 1IO! ( degiees F. If no thermometer The "mottling disease" or "sereh," Lake, 75; Levy, 30; :Marion, liO
f' sufficient to cell a crib 12x15x10: feet 'I is i available ,remove the juice as it is variously called, reduces the (t2! ; Putnam+ 40; Sumter 50. Condition -

arid will be sufficiently large to hold us soon as it .shows the first sign of nodes of the plant to an/inch or less for the district. 15 per rent.

five hundred. bushels of corn. at ptes- simmering preliminary" to hailing 1 fin length\ and increases the number of For the United, States, the crop

.1 r cnt prices. worth! $1200.:! It would take I bottles" are used, soak the corks for sprouts from the I buds. It has wrought shows a conditon of (>7.1 per cent compared N

less than ten" dollars., worth of carbon thirty minutes in very hot water before great harm and its accidental, illtl'Odul'lion ( with 70 per cent a month earlier

i di-Hulphide to thoroughly fumigate a using them. Insert them as far into Florida might work and 7\i:!
fid j bin of this capacity. as! they will go, and cut olf the cork I rum to the hopes of those who expect /liiisod on this (conditon productionis 137

J 1\11'1-\1' : oven with the top of the hut tic. I Dry, to see the! state in a few years the estimated!, at 11,51li.OOO; ) bales, two
; MH'U) : CATTLF. the mouth thoroughly and dip in melted ) "sugar bowl" of the United !States'; years. ago, 1102.7.! :{ : bales, throe I

; I I piirnflin, or a molted mixture of No remedy has as yet been found for years' ago, llli,930!) ( bales, four -IDmt"jt"ft lmtlllmClOf1fJDLIi1QUf.L1CIDIf: :: ; ; ;( :! ctt7an,70
t The native cattle found In tho I equal pints, of beeswax and rosin. this disease. years ago, 11,191,820! : bales and live

i, I woods, from. many decades of neglect, Should it get a foothold CuBa and years, I( ,IUl30: .bales. !inr r JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY j
are specimens of the bovine'trenuH. .
sorry --- -
(;; ) Jelly spread in that Islnnd -
ral| ( : all Kurope: n< I
They arc badly! formed, poor I II Select fruit in "rare-ripe" stage, well us America would be confronted. GI joT: UP. .VM II r.irr :is LINCOLN': HI'LLnY. I'h.Llttn./ ., LL.D.. Prssident {)
for both milk I Ins
beef. Rut
and !
as long separate skins and pulps. Place juice with another r sugar famine, one of indefinite t!: De-Land. Florida {
they are left to shift and starve and, pulps over fire and boil for ten duration. The man who Is to succeed a-t farming ;it:
for thoinscl\i's, to the CATALOG
trying improve l lI minutes. Remove from It has. t
fire and MtraintllI'ollgh appeared in Louisiana: due to or anything else must be boss: o\\
'., I breed would In- utili- The best bred! I the HIE <,KAM A IE I JI'\IIT\lF.ST-IJ'arr.. of Maittr of Art and Selene
jelly bag. Measure juice and; same cause that might introduce himself-boss both of his mine' and
entileproviilcd, they could live at all r .J) :. < ;. I i"';.K: 0" tlllKIf:! d
it j A'lTS FOIl .
IIS-Tun.on. .
add it his departments In
n measure: of sugar for each/ into 1"lol'illI-cnrdc"n., in then mind. He must bo neither laity- i ,. .
under xiich, 'ullIliLion-.wouM in few : .11 i I.I.K OK I 1.11I11.1IITS: I-OK 1
a meusuie of juice. Place over fire i distribution of seed! cane imported bodied, nor lazy-minded.! He must bo mit-rte.. WOMEN-A woman don atparat dor. .
generations, be [better. Half' deadwlI'IIlI'II" rr''
I shallow and pook until mixture from other countries. able to look rq .
pun Undothis cir- at any necessary job oa !' ":' I '
", briars, palmetto leave sheets from" side of spoon. Pour into,t eumstances, of course, Louisiana seed,l the farm and say: "This job ought to .J \\-IIr..hlal.> ' '.. 'prnrllea, ..,In Florida without. ciamlnaUon. i
m fiiKlncvrlnir .
,I, and Spanish !moss,. are bound to .produce -I, Htcrili/.od. glasses. ( Hulls are discarded cane is to be looked upon with suspi- he done" and straightway make himself I'. '.I ,n"., li'fllE: Ks-l-.iirelaliy" far Florida (..Ivndlntf.hera. to degree ,7 1 i

I and little I1l1rl'IIhinletlIIl'tt'I'milk. \ -, tough beef I I to prevent crystal formationi" eion, as well as that from, southern di it ; and he must. be quite as :]J ' OK IH'SIVKSS' = -Ilanklnir, Bookkeeping.. Shorthand, Trpewritlnc.

t 9 i There] farmers who couldLuke ( I jelly, ). Georgia, where it has! also been foundto ready to say of some matter about 'I* i \ \Prrpnrti for nil high irrude eolleirefl.1'Mf jI 2
are many some small extent. which ho needs. information : "Thin ; \1KfliAVII1| : ;> ."".'-r'or ho). sod young mono

wanted butter. to. cure Considering' of their 'lIttle that the if they hide I Spiced Hulls The Florida State I'lant Hoard may lesson' ought to bo learned and ,'il! ( 'i* Ml'MC-. rinnn. pipe oraan. violin voice, harmon, chorus work. J,!.

Weigh hulls and for everythree' be expected to adopt vigorous. measures ,- vtrniirhtwuv! mnke himself (li earn it.- .poci.ii ..viieniion 19 mailed 10 !
of n cow these days is worth nearly asmuch ? I i' ,''I. nr H.NK.: AuTaI'r.iminnry .'
l -
of hulls The
pounds use one pound of sugar to prevent. invasion of this state. Progressive Farmer..
us I two cows were a few yearsago I anti ., (ic i: ; I."?..e In \lI'rlculluro-lIo.oo, IlioloKT, Organic and
one spoonful of t' nnllmon, by the latest plant enemy. The duty I c Inorganic :I
\ it secmx that a little care would Add I t hrr.lnlrr. minlllnllve and qualitative analyiU. Agricultural ChcmUtry, MID'r'I" ,
d I KUtl/ t' l'lIt water! to the hulls toIU"Pllt of the Florida cane planter I is to exercise -
pay. :Many of the bulls seen in thewoods eta
scorching" ; cook until tender. constant vigilance along the lines Gold '. % .
In History. iii i ( ou"l'".
are undersi/ed] 1, some are r full 1 1 niolotv Anatomy Bacteriology RUtroIogy, I
of ugly warts anti ""m"II'l' too old..! I Ia If Then add, sugar and cinnamon and. laid down in the last paragraph but Ool),l was known from the earliest( /..uliicy, Dotany General Chemistry, Organic Chemlitry.! Quallutlva and Q..ai1 i'
I'J farmer hud of cook until very thick. Put in sterili.ed one of the bulletins. referred' to. By aristorlc times, and! Is mentioned 1 in the ulullte t hi'mlntry Phyelra. ,

it plenty good pasturage containers and seal while hot. :' such vigilance the introduction of this tll''l'l1th'r"" of the. second chapter Ii, r .Ins llellgloua Workera In Biblical Literature, BUtory. En"lIoh. Pay- 'i.
would/ him bull
pay to buy a or
dread plant disease. t rhol > Pedagogy, Lthlra, Logie and TheUm.
'a- two of the improved breeds. ( can he prevented wf G.'I"1' .' first II was chiefly) used :
animals ; I (i rape Paste I(land the industry saved from. the im for ornaments. The trnile" of (In- Boldtmlth = e

half-breed priceii i ones are would not.! be necessary good enough aim I Take! pulp left from. jelly makingand pl'ndinJperil.. Is meutloiu-il.. In the fo'irth verse Cff cfriwr&j!: : !raiCQia3C8i8ljINDLE : !

I' put through collander to remove If the disease proves! as hard to .f the Me\Hiii'*eui" 'mpter of Judges,
and then net that the general run of ......l.Velgh.! and to oath pound ofi,, combat as citrus canker has been Sn connection, alb! ''I'',10 overtmlug of .n ___-___..
hull found in the woods. had
no access pulp add one-half pound powdered, ] there is nn additional incentive to lids I \\I'h' gdl', I.Vhy I.
to his herd.. Hy that means he would.!
sugar. Cook until mixture forms a keep the disease out of Florida. Ifquarantine NEW
soon have a stock of cattle that would! .. .. For Your Desk.A .
rather definite - - --
which is
mass can boshoved declared, against seed
easily fatten im the velvet beans and "I l ., .t 1.1' "rorrtr.'I 1 !la
about in Pour into oiled cane from paper n
pan. nearby states that from Dink Of'1! Get Gray-
other provender offered. them. Trying mold or spread, in one-half inch Florida will be HOTEL handy 1 iliing i lor >"olIt desk to hold wet
t sheeton even in demandthan .
: more "II> It. tie', \: ::01111. that "heel Ivy .
to fatten
the unimproved cattle iswork Let JAC K S'ONV 1 llE'F FEurttppanDian fLA pen "I i "ni-ii, Hie pnper absorb
dry and store in it at present although as I Is ;011 deposited the ether day came back
/ thrown away.. tainer lined, with oiled paper. If con-I' well known the !greatest drawback to marked 1 'No fund-: "' "Oh, thanks! I 'Col1ljl) >re Moden\-Sctaenedoulrikiodns the the (lltiuiil :.uni, i}ho c"rrulIrlon'l hold
kept for u long period I. ('( the development of the t">u* or lirylK-s. lit handy position.
cane industry won't alt
PKKI'AKK: : FOK TALL GAHDKNS:< depo\ It thin time. I'll cash It Sre lll reduppiftirt
I I should] bn scaled. ), in the state has been the of .
difficulty Inuteud.Life..
\in\t --
NOW TO KKIM'CK KXTKNSKSEvery ; : to Every!rt\i\4-r( (\ ---
I getting enough/ for planting on any heart of City- Sei\d for &okle ..
who, I I Grape i Mutter I extensive scale, a difficulty{ which will ; o MNDUW.SniTrl.PRWDdrove's 0 LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES
to cat
expects MICKIE
person SAYS
Use pulp left from grape juice or be mitigated; if more of it is saved,
cabbage or onions next winter or jelly. If from grape juice will haveto for that purpose at the expense of the

spring should prepare to grow them I add! water and cook until seeds can I syrup industry. The possibility that OFF
now. Those who depend on the cabbage be this DON DO MO AOVLAtNINQ Tasteles uhilTank!
separated from pulp. Put pulp disease will cut down the sugar
: or onions shipped from the through eoIUmlcr to remo1I'ed". To production of other countries! or other IN MIO PAPA YAW restore vitality/ moo energy by putlfrlal. sad eo- '
t northern states should not be surprised each three pounds. of pulp add I I American states is an additional ANtA VMS **OfA.C .the blood. You can awn feelKaScraaathtntag. Doesn't hurtl Lift any corn or
one reason
if prices are higher than ever be INCOME SAX \ lavUorattatf Et rct. Price e..
pound of for callus off
sugar, one teaspoonful cinnamon. I exercising the greatest vigil j with fingers
fore. The latest government crop estimate Cook to jelly-like consistency -I ance.-Times-Union

report shows! that the acreage pour into sterilized containers and I --- -+ J
planted to cabbage in the cabbage seal while hot. FLORJ/\.S/ ,,'A"OIUT"I'EI; ( I
producing states! of the north is about I You Do More Work !

13 per cent less than was harvested Grape Marmalade \ You are more ambitious and you !get more I
last year and the average condition Tampa Morning Tribune is everlastingly enjoyment out of everything when your r t'A
Separate hulls and
of the crop on August 1st is. only 72 and pulp. Hail pulp ; fighting for the interestsof E blood Is in flood condition. Impurities in ,
juice until
pulp breaks down. Run the the blood have
people and the development of a very depressing effect on !
I per cent, as compared with 8J( percent
through. collunder the
and to each of this. system causing
cup section and no one who has! the weakness laziness I
Aug. 1st last As for
on j
pulpy juice add nervousness and
one cup sugar. Conk welfare of South nnknesa. |
at heart
onions the estimated production for to jelly-like consistency. Pour into I afford not be can JI GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC '
to (
a constant reader of \
I this yearin the fourteen greatest on- restores
sterilized containers Energy land Vitality I
and seal. Groundnut the Tribune. by Purifying
I ion producing states. I is! about nine percent meats may be added to this.Canned I It i III Florida's! great I' and Enriching the m..ItJ. When you fuel! r h1s.. VIA '
j less than was produced in the paper, carrying! the full 1 its atreniithemnil inviunrntmg; tffect.. / sio
same states last year. night and day report of the A"90ciatI I how it brings!! color to the cheeks and how < J

The profits to be made in Florida OraprsIn ed Press with intelligent correspondents 1 I it Improves the appetite you will t-en! I'I
canning grapes by the cooking I in every nook and corner of its appreciate hi true tonic; value.OROVE'S .
from such crops* as cabbage, onions method ;
which is the /
one generally territory. Its big Sunday edition / TASTELESS 1 1I
and Irish potatoes depends. in a larl'men..ure I tr 1
for home use, use firm | the most complete comic and Is not a patent medicine it H simply
magazine i
of such
amount t
on prod-
but fully ripe fruit. After weighing j section printed in this state and i IRON; and QUININE; :; suspended In SITU,.
ucts that are produced in the North the berries separate the skins and the rat o"'LLv AAvE atwit' Gc joua So pleasant even children like It. Tho
subscription rates I
are only $3.00
ern states during. the previous sum- pulps after running the fruit through I| I j &rAr AA Rtvle.Aalr blond needs Quinine to Hunfyit nnd IRON
mer. For example the cabbage and a crusher. If per annum1.00; for *ix months and IS rt .0UNCU to Enrich it. These reliable tonic I
preferred, the berries I :J2.00 for three rIlt'EN atr prop-I
I months. Write for cities I
potato crops were almost a total failure never fail to drive out impurities
bo ; in
may pulped by hand. Then
place sample copy and subscribe I the blood.,
in the north in anti I
1910 at it result the hulls in a closed vessel! adding Adv.-8-22-tf. i The !strength-CreattngPower of i Don't suffer! A tiny' ..,U..I
of the GROVE'S
many potato growers! one-half pint water for each six --- fro.fl AovearISE f1NfWCEScows TASTELESS Chill TONIC: has made it Freezone costs but a few cents at antI
Hastings made
fortunes! from pounds of fresh fruit. Cook until the tw'SSnerO the favorite tonic in thousands of homes. i! drug store. Apply a few drops on the
the :
crop as did also the cabbage grow- hulls are quite tender. When this IdO MOK'V / More than thirty-five years ago! folks I corns calluses and "hard skin" on bottom -

ers in the Muoatce section the same point is reached, the added water will Every! Dlplomeoy In the KOM t would ride a long distance to get; GROVE'S I I I of feet, then lift them off.
season. But in 1917 the northernstates have mostly now and then write urges TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
evaporated unless
produced the largest crops of vessel has be..n1'1'1 the tjsbuml to buy some new clothe for '='" --=.. member of their family had Malaria or j i When Kreezone removes corns from
cabbage and potatoes they have ever While tightly! closed. himself but If he I I. a pretty good -- >oIo.LIi needed a body-buildinit.! strength-giving II I j the toes or calluses from the bottom

produced. As a result price!! were pulps and softening juice in the another hulls heat the I talker he can jet out ot It without --..-=. .-......- -=- .( ..- tonic. The formula is just the same today |,i'I 'of feet the akin beneath is left pink
t vessel ,
uni imkln-- bur uiuJ.--Fort Worth Sou.r and you can get it from any drug and healthy and never sore, tender or I
store. 60c per bottle. > irritated.-Adv. No. 285.PAGE .




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I I I t"+ 18 cents ni t i4t'y 'rl 1t S'mt T1i i'J '",

i; ilO llltd Mill, -IKlkvll ,1111(1 lllllll Motion 1 I Kulxrt Leeds.elf.contained' old I : a package j,

nad broken her spell of bondage' and j I business veteran, relaxed from his usual 1 ,
tier chance of happiness' b> I tilling*' scvtrlty of twins expression and ', .. ".

Kshly but definitely. lie wa HussellCluko tone whe er he dictated u letter to d t1 fit.. ,'I", ,
and Liam loved. kirn. Had liluke Miss Davis the head stenographer of I .hl"r:1<

Itrl' med of the truth fur u u single mo- the great business establishment\ he / rd, "' ,:
,, pent he would hove lust no tlniu In dominated. Somehow she was different' SCIGARETTE'r : I<

telling her of 111111n"11I1.; devotion.Because from the average run of typewriters"She I i J I

:! doesn't pound the keys" !! an If I '.1I \''
he feared to bu prcKUinptuousl (/ Onp viAS" s YI

l because he hoped) to win her re- she were handling a hummer" / If know what nnd ""Ih", !" +
I ; want to : rare
i you
', by giving her time to make HP ed Mr Lieeds to his 11I11 nil 1I'r. obM"rv'l \ .

' her rard mini con I"II'nt\y\ lie had' been again she doesn't wear bunches; \ ; / Aah re< ) t tX17
frll'lI,1Lut\ respectful attintlve l>utreticent over her ears! and therefore never ; w w smoke them in comparison with any

to the real atutu of his to have a sentence repented to her"Then : ;

Cftllngs.IlUNM'll. us too, the pl-ii,,unt. but dignified l. : ; :- \ cigarette in the world at any (price 'f"': ''t I Iii

that young unman In question had' developed .
lilnke did not knew \ -

*, hllr nn the sitifiue Abel Wilde, the ) a 1)'OP"I'1I111I1l business! capability are cigarette revelation tiny Iill;;:I/'I/!,.rplll":: .
guardian of 11"1"1I. was! suave. situ llii': that aroused profoundest appreciation \ s, consider them! T. ke quality '" '
of her employer It had, , e' ,
end did nut ,u'tlt-ulnrly, anent his I or reiieshmg flavor and fragrant: or. that ,"
Y pleased him to n-co (nl/e how quicklyshe ,\ e f ""i i
frequent cuIN 'mi his I < hiirtiilng voting '
111 t
'_. wonderful mellow-mild-smooihness i': '', a
had n"f'ollllll"IJoot",1 l herself to her -; you L''
aril tin tivpiirlteMf" 11I.I''r "
In n wnv' that aroused nil tinspirit new environment. how speedily she I I -i never before got in a cigarette i>.ru>Uet Yet 'II, .

that was within s her I>nrn hail learned the sjfteni of the establish i ,) Camels are so full-bodied and so full-of-
moat She; took u real Interest In all dka- ,
a little fortune umlng to her and ( --... :
A the routine of hu' liiess. dull at It wits, "" satisfaction you marvel that so much de'I'I'I'r
Abel "'Ihll'11" trustee for the same
fie also had n Pin ]r.iutlov\ whom und one day utnixoil her employer by Smo//' ,. ,."/iu light could be put into a cigarette! ""I i
al pointing out u dlseiepancy In some accounts | .
lie wits! determined to marry to 1ar14. thug Ih, value i. in
which led to the discovery. thnta Camels I expert blend of choice Turkishand
the was no rl'4olllIn! \ a rontrnrv illfPctlon 1 the cigdrrtt.a und do "
group of eniplojees' were sxHtenmtlciilly \- choice Domestic tobaccos makes them I
"'hpnh" had, fully ,dNiirmilUle not experl p.mium.
him It led, to the substitution
liw purpose of her guardian she MronBously \robbing of more/ trustworthy nun and. ''i oreouponaf so irresistibly appetizing And the blend'' ,

i ? objected suitor to Then accept there ttarth urns ytfllde a permanent" stoppage of a leak In the ei, explains why it is possible for you to smoke ,,,,,,,,'';: ",,,:,' t rh
ns profits of the business Camels liberally without taste ",110
h tiring your :"
Abel Wilde cruelly .persistent
;Ivor ?
t faced, her with his absolute, control Leeds a traveling had diet,,"lpltmUD'ho n ted several had letters You will prefer Camels to either kind'y: 1, ..

ft her means and< her, actions until of tobacco smoked straight! "i '
chnrgo of what was known an the ,
the wan 21. TIe threateneil to Rend !

''r her to n private seminary where nhrt his Chnrlestown!' Inability to district produce, complaining as much business of l. You'll realize pretty quick too that , nnlfi: : :;

from would friend be under and tyrant from rule tllnke., away as he had formerly turned la. Ig, in Qmeer..nM rif/ nfiri'rAlof / .::z;;;:.: among the many reasons you smoke Camels '' .w,:"C'

11 awnv Tho salesman had become resentfuland k'1 1... :2O < irf"rtrf>., er.'" is their freedom from any unpleasant cia- |b 11"i i ili :
"Heard the new17" a friend nuked '"Ib ,' .
resigned In the midst of n busy _j I ,ar4ges JVO ngnrefrsl> inr li, 'C
of make one morning. _'....n.. ". '. .nvrfenrtnn. retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! '' ",, .i.iw.
season! Mr. Leeds fumed and fretted, w 1u \
.. ,
"What about" uerloij! tho young : wmnpl recommend MqI ,
| advertised for a salesman. but, nono I ,'"". fb. fie home or o/He. .,! '"'
Once know Camels I won't ,
you you N ..M'
Ltwjer."Porn of the applicants was acceptable."Mr. .u/.plyo'"y..u"n.'. ,,'II I' ''' .

Morton has run away from Leeds," said Nina OliO day In '' take much stock it; t .. . . ... . na" III'''j' ', '

home. Old, Wilde kept It quirt for her quiet nnd Impressive way "I thinkI Iiih or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality! ''I V"1'lit y I:' ':: ::: y1 r''nI /'
half week but the fart has leaked ; Mh '
a of dilemma | Fyyy tt
terrific family row you your s""' ,- 'I." :
There '
r-it. wns a I have a-a relative" at Charleston. avery '! R. J. REYNOLDS TODACCO CO., Wm.lon-Salem N. C. t

a household servant says. That old reliable and estimable young man u', I H, I'qu

barbarian threatened to Unhtte Porn, and If you care to try him I think he < t art '/, I hlIp, , ' '.,''l'II'lj"\I'' ', '!.\1' I(;..,'

like H nun and his Knwkv son Insisted! will\ be able to hold l jour business In { ''pII ti , *. I/? I I'll1' ", II, {' '(
'. she should marry him forthwith Then l'"n' I iriy'"u ryy! l il'1i1' pp l a hI 'I".R, 845'i4
< "ill IIrl1112
the distrIct q l ' f al ; ;
the housekeeper locked Porn In her . ? , h M'n' , I nHl...I+ !'N'T' I. nut 1M, ,1,1, ,, tu'I',,,,,,, ud' 'f r\
1 think It due to you after your -- .1 J
hut during the night she made
room business In
demonstration of ability
... .
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her escape from an upper window . .
the past to trust your good\ judgment -- - -

They have been trying to trace her responded! Mr Leeds. "It would be a : ttie "Wnjno funiin: fps guiT( < tenrrm( I, I the IHth day of Aim lift. A. I) ate One Mayor. f j,.. ; 'I""''
ever since, but she hns left no trail relief to me to have this bothersome W T WFTKSi h''. Clork t:
her" Into the house Merrill wile shockedns 'i Si'all' clerk rlrrtilt CuurtIIr ttiManilla\ and' Cvili.'lor. wIT\ l
behind matter off my hands." he saw upon a couch the girl who K A. WEEKS: Two "t"or.n.
Of course Plaice was disturbed : moretbnu H Ji-M Ilipuly, Clerk AMMiaMorOIM '
Nina's face wore a peculiarly happy "
he when lust '
had ''n' n blooming beauty
that unxlous and upset.,, He knewf 'rrrSsnnr.Inlwrlum ,
the of the Wildes to force the expression aa she Ant about typing aletter. he had seen her. I'lsease! and suffering /tOJlR: FOR rt'Bi.ICATIOV of Maid vlKtlon : f'. I I'. Rh t.,. ''.
plot ) Phe made sure no one In tho I "
1I.ul11"1..1! her away, and death T. N. Kendrlck Julian I'prk
In Circuit Court Rial of Floilda. Plinth
young heiress to comply with theirtrlehes. Office got gllmptm of It. A few (< was In her' far,. Judicial Circuit llradlord 'ounly.-I. ( bens .I."r. ','
The 1I.ul'n.. .. stropg with ,. m, nantp. "1,1.,,,... .* aial of the aald town
later she to Mr Leeds about err
lake\ to arouse the old homer! to hi* spoke An Infinite relief wee expressed.. In l..tla, Fddinifa\ Cmldannnt va J. J. Fd-, ,, tin hiiniunlo atTixid' thla ash day of AUKiiat
the matter again, ding IH.fondant. t till.
that face HS Alice Wayne clasped ti '
face of bis jilotful turpitude but Its "I wrote to my-my relative she the hand wart! of Merrill fervidly. She HHllt It appearing ly, affidavit anMndi, . to tha C Mayor K. IOOVEIt.' ., Pla I ;
was not the .port of policy to do n. said< "and gave his name to the business hill ninil. In the alxivcHilnttd. cauao that J. JFildlnirit 11..1IIrot lt
and her brother from room the ilrfi.ndnnt. th..ln 11.""'" IM a n-a- --- -- -
Blake controlled his latent mire
manager who will semi him samples l"r I"I caruu U confession. that nnuized her. ideal of I hi' Mime' nf lorliln. and la a rentdint "IF AI'PI 1C.\TIDN FOIl TAT I>EEP
Indlfrnatlon met Abel Wilde In a ran and Instructions." visitor Alice confessed Stint she hail, of thp Nome of Moridn and' nmrpalahlmHilf IUTI'I 'I NF"I I ION S OP IIAPTFK

ual WIlY and sought to /gain some hint "Very good.' nodded<< Mr. L..eds, anti bad : no that proriwa of Hiilinisina' ran nnlIw |LAWN! III' rLOIMDA 1
h"I"'lIhonl" of his destroyed u Icttur Myrtle givenher HI r (*d upon I him and la over lh e age oftwrnlyone N .1 'u'i In herby iilveii that W. C. Pot rpunhnHir ,
of the possible after that he nude' It a custom to to mall the lion'arrival nf which yara It la Ihinfor onltin1!! thatmilt of let ci..In'.I. No. 121. dated the

I vanished love In this he was iinsucCessful stop' at her dusk each moinlng when Blurted him the "lownwariljuilli , .IIo."t difindant, li<> and la hinhy miiulriil 2nd dny of July . nied laidcirtllpnt .I
hnd upon 'lo to thi hill of romplnint nti'd ,
appear liaM made
olfinand application
that Dora | In
but he was certain he come In nail, spunk n few pleasant \\'hen" u fatal illsi IIHH had overtime In sold/ rauaii on or IH.Ton* Monday. the let fur' ,la.nty di-ed lo IMNIII in apeordatipawltlt i iv

had fled of her own volition. words to her. Paring twenty her she had/ "IIIT'r",1| from In.rrl'cllhl" day. of pli-mlH-r-r. A l>. ll'lll uthorwise theollagnIons law Mali pprllHral i.tnhrnpea oho following , I
made diligent Inquiry among of aalil hill wilt .bt tube aa eonCifmi iliNprltitd "rty Hlliiuud, n Uralford -
nuke hard sjstemntle di-nllngs i with his cmplnjees hlll I for. .. pnin
rn notrsMtn sent l liy nan,1! .h.t'n.I..t. enunty. I loridn. to.wit Jin
Dora's girl friends. hut gained no Indlcatlon she U.t' the first one to pem-- Mvith.. and had confessc' ) the, truth It IH furl her. nnlind thai. thin ardor tin .I,uhtlhhpil N.rll Iliitf' of HoulhiaM IMnrl.r of Niirth-

of any distant\ refuse to which Irate the crust of his stern ...y"'mllllc'notllrp. Nov\ \vlth fei.ble bn, .nth sheltstslydoe the once Itradforil.a w.v'k County' for nun Tiliuraph eititNisMitlvi" .H nawspa-* wiekain .,'... Juarti-l r. Sec 24. 'rp II. H It. 22 P., 20 I

she might have llc'd. lie wns "l'oh'lIln Alnn Hurt the new mnn In puhllHhiNl 'In mid' anil Htate "
sending for. her girl fill',id (hut the per piiunly 'rii,. Nitld, 'land 1".1." IIHM,.M...d at nor oalii lif
hit' to con 'I'hl.
afternoon Inly list\ IVIO
hlA office one the Charlestown district! made goodfrom .
grout wrong she bud, wn light shouldbe W 'I' WffKS.Oilill : 'the iMHunnpe of Nurh pirtiMiatp In tha . _
centrnte til. thoughts.. upon any snb the stnrt At the end of thfirst mended! I dirk IrrinI.. CiiiniPy . of ITnknown t'
Ject save the fart of Horn's vanish month Mr Leeds. cnme to : II.... It A WFIKR151x15 I'nleMM" Maid rtlllraln, shall. lit- rcdismililPtordlf ', .
) Ml along Mjrtle Fnrr hud lovn,) nmlnioiirned (li-rk \ .ir to tan tav died, will Inane theri'Onon '
ment when the telephone 1 bell rang with pleased face."Your A. 1>. 11)10Wiln.iMH ) .
", Piixls n for rl'rl'lIl. Ills lonfesxlonsoon A. /. AilKlnp. Hi>lirllor for Complainant. thiHth Any of ptomher r i
lie took up the receiver to he Informed relative tins made a record.Miss . *-I.ttNOTICF mv olTirlal, nlirnatilrp' and .. .1 this t
I brought about n perfect uiuji rRtulitllng llu. r.lh' day of Auiriul, A. l Ir lillll {
that It long distance! call and she herself ,
was n Davis, he told her \"II""IUI I bv his "" liltn ('N..n W. T. WFFK1. (
There was n brief Inrw- and then nvol..e seemed HS delighted us 111 in..."! 1.k ('I reap Court,. llrad'ord I'ounly.' I'IH. ,
year" Mjrtle I I hurt had no fear to deter : OP 1'1'1 ICATIOV "Ht l TAT UKFIIl'N1EIt ,try It. A. WFFKS.: ,
d that thrilled hIm clime over the over the success! of her "relative" !\ : HK'THIN S sty 'iiPTFI( Clerk
her from I trusting her happiness' tu ...., I AWH OF FLORIDA M.R.f.
) f wire. few his loving cure.Reduolng. Notice In hinly" given I that II J Htowart' *
"Uorn !I" he breathed his soul In an late In this afternoon purchniu. of lit t certiflrali No Jill dtttid NOTE( OP; API'I ICATION Pott TAT I>F"FIIIMIFII ; +

Instant aflame. ":\rl"s Put W." he spoke, "I have mentioned -r. HIP Itlh. diiy, .of July' ,t. II I'lir. |,m. Illnlmild NFrnav: a OP ( IMITUt 4
Ft (llltANilln
I cirtinrat" In my olTlrc. and I has nuidn flplillrallon IIHHWS 0'
"I. this! Mr Blake" spoke the digstent you n good,! many times to :MrsLeeds for ,Inv d,...d to Incur. In nrcordanpowith ,' In hi T I hy tlml W '' ,P.wu'r, .

\olce "I am Dora Morton You rind 1ie has directed me law "iild' rtiltrati', .ml.r"' .,, tin fulliiwinv linri-hiiHi' of .tier rirllllrnli. No ,in, finest 'She :1 1
the Household dmerllfil |iniHrty| .Must"rd III llrad. Jnl dny of .'Inlynrtltliat A. II \I'll I. IIIIM flied laid
have been my good, friend and I wished" bring you home with me to dlnner.You Home little folks were [_laylnt"Vefplng ford loimly' Florida, lo.witSouthwmt : *. In ncatlnn i.1.... and hm mule nii-ll-.
tell other frl<'ndsthnt norlhwmt ., roar for ill lo IMMIII accordnnparlitliiiti
you to know nnd to Know sip Is a lonllrmod \ < mamma of Inn .t .' i .
house.. Unbert '
Fern'hd1! wm' !piiin| ...\lit 2 \ in NW Car and 2 A In SW C.'r. Mir. xvilh law 9.1, f mlirnreH the fol-
I shall not return to and you will be onferring n Jani iiiiiininn. Aft r i inucli' dlllii ultj. trIiiiinii : I 1:1.:I In H. t It 22 t: IH am.lhr '. I I...wlnu diNrritf.,1.1 ..I, "rll"1 .Hitunlid, 'In llrad- {'
'8" think know the reason "h '." both of Our home life 1-1.unly. I ..,/ ... .,..
you upon in I t I ":;in,' so luif. '. I Ior.I. I'MMI| Itiile'l > > old/ land. hi"itltt ".., HH. il I lit 11" ,'!d.! of *
ill vou?" Impetuously had but the of mien rirlillciit, In thr name aIhw,0' jiiarti" 'r of N.lh..o luartvr
"But where are a lonely onl'1' n son I" '.' hurst II h : ":Sn;: iheren iHHiiaiir Viniltiniit CJuart,r or ,,' q.arler. A
THiiki*. mind tint-" nnd the tones ( ' . of H D l Clayton W...t s.l e'wt l Half. of Moulhwi-Mt' "
'ti Inquired' .
"' t. 'n:my i'hit 'I' "i in tin/ linally IInli.a .,,101 ri .11I1..". shall hi rrdii.midarrordinv I.1 'I' ,
I must not tell I haven Ihornimon I. r "f 1".1" Uuartpr. HIM li, 'D. 6. S
\t if "No. no-- you tremulous.If 'rnr I v ,11 will I n li the dog l I.i law IIIK iliiitl will Imam "2 *. t
,, the Kith iliiv of Siiilrmlirr' A I'l HU"Wllmnn I t. am j
to n of
nn opportunity to go a nurse! the business capability .. sent| thus DM? land 1..1... aaner.Mid ntIn* dllto. pftli '
-- --- olTiclnl nlunnliirH mat
-- - l my .
.- live In California to her pmpln.r.h..r 'iMMiiance of Miiph cprtillrato In tlm nam
Jady who Is! to Davis had appealed the Mh day of A UK iuil. A. I) 1111ISinli .
": "}ood by ant! thnnko ll-" "O\er the gentle ways tint harming .. The Quinine That Don Nut Alfect The (Head t W '1' VVH'KH:' of I IfnliiMM Unknown Maid rtillfato 1 I In* n"dis" 'm nl

trop, hurrah' I'm a Yank! Rah rah completely won his Invalid wife. Repeatedly n>.-flu: .liKOMO.!. of Its ULi tnnliflnil ININInal I Inxttvi..r>> ran rfTis" .1.Inliik'n 1.\XIlVh '\- ('li.rk Circuit Court Ity. Hni' It. A WH'KM' ( oiinly. Ma npiorihiii/ law I.d,.i..h.1 ionic thereon.
!.tVah !I" .Inngled In an amazing Interrup- Mnn wits asked to the "(' by iiynnn wlthnut ('nu,_lnrt iirrvituiin' <.r rinilKiitlu H.III.(&It. I>.',,,,, ClerkOTICK .. 'pin Hth my dny olfit-lnl of Siploiih nlunnliiiinnd, A D.Mini 1019WllniKM Ill.the '"
huad. t:.W. l.KIA t S .Ioaulllu'.n.l 115,5 Uh.OKIirit -
ylon. Blake realised that the oecrntq'were home Then came the !startling statement nth .1", of AIIKUM. A I 1 lilt'IISiMli
------ -.. OF MALE, W 'r. WFFKS.
dny. \ (
those of n parrot Wire com'Piuntcntlon from Mr. Leeds one .
Nntlcw In hf>n.hy nlvi-n thnt. the ofroiinty ( lcrk'Insult Court llradfor-l ( ...inly' HaHy (
was cut off and he stood "Miss Davis.. my wife wants FOR Pllil ICATIOS FtKhthlinliriiit tun.mi'elunera. fit 11.011..1 ennntyHoriiU. 1C A WFFKS.HS : ; .
nt l-lurlda
In irrult 1'nurt. Huit .
In a maze his senses vibrating with and needs you-not nm a mere .. ,' ('(ireult. llrailfor! County, In Chanpi . will nfll tn the hlt/h.Rt nml beet. hi.til _tt. Ih-puty Clerk i a
I. r for cash nt the Mmrthounf .I.r| In Hinrh.
hut of ourselves
sentient emotions" of longing disappointment and companion, ns one ryV 1
I ISIS. nt II o'clock
c Anilreu. HnH"ln ton HiMtcmlwr I. VOTICK OP AI-PI TAT DEED
I and uncertainty commingled We both love you' Will you ,. (' implainant' n. m the following rwmonal proi-rfy" : MIPK\ HFC: I'TI'('t'UI 41TKItIHMK

Then he ItrOIl sal himself to net nor adopted ,daughter" VI / 4 hunt of maim, two. tlotjMi. "'U""". I canvas LAWS OP HOIIIDANotice
time Atrnn ,Xndr.u, lent and uni ttrmit. also! nil UH,'Itt Iwl'nitIn la hi.n.hy given that J A. Morwan,
with necessary celerity. He .phoned "You-you must give me Difin
central asked the source of the call think over your kind your very It npplirlnu hy .t".'..1t mipcndoil In th. : Abe htdii will) tvr rNrcivft! fur th* .hire ,.t 2n" day of .July, A II 1111. has Died lalifportiflraUi
.. .. Alma' I rounty convict *.f avid i county U> Jununrjr, 'In my ofTipe. .. made applltatlnn .
and learned thnt It hnd come from proposition replied :Nina .bill filed 'in Ihp alMivi, > t tJ>il efnvi that
\,,,,1,, tho il ffnilnnt thrrt'ln namtri. In an 11 JOj 1'1 for tat died. to ,IMNIII* In arenrdane*
Blake been )less stirred! tears filling her eyes. u r A imnFitT'!!. ,, the '4
Staunton. Had 1 .ih.,. xlilf. nt of Ihi tale* of Florlila. .".1 her :j .. with Iw. H,1 lle..l. emliraci-a fol-
t hAirmnn. of H< r later In .. <*r In Brad
and nnTlous he might hnve endeavored !She came tn him again rriiid' nr<* In unknown and that thiri m no p I..wllll I'r.rty. ,1..1
up : the service| Florldn. towit'Southiaiit ,
nhesald, ' : non in the HtatA of Morlita that ford county
to secure the number of the phone day. "Mr. Lees of -uhpotna woulil. bind' nail) fndnni and.1I. w T WEEKS Quarter of Southwpat Quarter. I
sending\ the mp- nll'l'. hut the fact that but with an evident' effort "I have ) IH ,.' ..r th* sac nf twenty. .ono y" arn it inth I Cl.k. H >MtNOTK "f railway.. 2fl acne and A A In BW Cor
4 being In I : : : r<.fnri* oriei" Ml' that said non-riiifil... il.- !4"u'h.t.t..., of Koutheajit "...a.t..r. t
hll had located the city where Porn confession to mllkrn finHnnt, Ixt ami In hr..hy rtnuirif'l. to apx*.rto ::;OF A I'l'l ICA'HOV FOIL T'x I HII: : '1'1. 7. H II 22 f:. nn acres.
was seemed sufficient us n hnpi.fill employ. has been part of n plot. I : Hi. hill' of comolalnt Hind in aiil, rauiio ini I/NI'FK KK< TII)' 0 OF ( ft PTrlt: I Th Maid/ land hiinir ......,| at the dalw lif ,
not Nina uncle, I am Nina Leeds. r In.fop.. fnnitay, the Iril itny nf Nov*>mlH>r. leis \WH OF 5LOmDANotice the ,.....,".. of Much eertiflrat, In thp name
farting point. n I Ills othcrwlmtho alN-vatlonn nf pelt of If llrlMtowllnleMM .
Blake readied.taunton!" thnt afternoon. wit. of your son Berfrnm Leeds.\ Hit' wit) b* taken aa eonfraaril fry l sold/ iliftnil-, ,ti hiT.hy irfv.n' that R. If r>.,iiirliu>.. Maid rartifleate .h..1 he rpdiomvilnpcr
of tttv Certificate Vo 5a. Anted the
purrrmiptl .
ant .. .. to law. tat died IMMIII thereon
were within his clenrunderstanding' \ Mr Leeds. stood pHlhound .. .. of A. I \ boss ftUd old!
facts Fitly
Two : : "tt r' further nrfcr-il| that thin .I. | nub* 2n.1 l ilnv I01. in thi I'.lh dny, of Hi ptvmlipr A. I>. 1U1VWltnma .
: Porn was In hltingsomewhere went nn : "Bertram abandoned all "li-h" d,t onpi a wi. .U for eight cnnnpeutlvn wllittlon my olfiplal alirnntupp and anal thlaIhe
the housefrom reckless anywh"n. he became in it.I flrailfonl founty Toll'vpaph. a news.I.r . fur I. it'i.'ed 'lo IHNU In aee.rdnneewith I Ulh day of August A. D. ltlViSrall
that .
In place. iiuhliiihfMl" ,in nail, county and l stoveT1. law Rnl l e.tI. fnbrMr-M the follow I w. 'I'. WH-'K.S.: :
!. He I Is a new man and n ,. .. t daerihni l sltuat.d in "r.I.
whkh she hnd phoned hail a husband AuHunt lath l 1910! nir i.r'I".rt Clerk Court. llradforl' Urn.
fortunate In W. T W.FFK1. low Inv ri.ertlwll I properly l NltuitU-il In Rradford 1- CI.i "nt.
parrot. His only ani-letv now was that man but not very Porn might start on her proposed 1 trips business nay until you emploved fly R. A. WF.F.KS. Quarter of N..rthw..t gnarterl I B.I.&t iJeputy

a nurse before he had.) time tn locate B4 your representative at "*' t. KNIGHTs P<.|iuty Clrrktl :IO North Herm of Ii..... Hie aj. Tp 4. I R 'V! 1.. I. -

her. town." .. for Tomplainant' ".22.tit Th .alt) I land t.. IniratwpniM'<| at oho duty of t NOTICE Of III'CI""JV
"What'! TInt U-thnt Is. your the IrmtmnesT of such crrtiUcatv In the nameof I Two months aftr dab hi.reof I will. present
'i Fate favored him most nti>II'hltl"Iy.
I th If .
" i UENI 1'nknnwn : my vouehrra and final aLCoiint .
/I Chancing to pass a bird starhe was ative.-Alan Hurt !\ollTlno\ MlKK; : OP AHPI"I'(Jr"YIf'i T'''|'' S71 fOR(>K TAX TIIF.r.rSfKAI. Pnlnm naiil efrtlftrat shall h. I n. A. ,....lno. COI"1 J"I .' of lira.IfortlCounty
, soon engaged in conversation with Its. "An assumed !name like my own ) : NTATI'TyXN.nre inrlinir: U> law, Has deed will' usu. I .' .h for my final' dl..
Mnu Ir. I.ewl -father- 'I' la h..hy irivtn that W r '...Ioo., on thi w th: flay of Hucit.rnib.rrA. U 1919 1' M Immlatrator of th. estate of Carter
\ proprietor. I'nrrots were not commonIn confessed ,. ...t.M.r of 1.. ft.,..(.at No l'i. itatj*,) tho"n,1 \\ Itnri** m, official, tirnatur and,I .*-al thin Ni-waom.. difliaawdThlr
I love "
!Staunton. He had furnished nil four far the snke of the touting; ':, I lay of July A U l'l7| ha flied .eidn.nlrOut. she MhIny of Aw'ut, A. I' IT i IHh day of Inly' 1119
A mother take hack th office end hit mail' apilrca.u.n ( S.*lt W. T WEEKS: \ I' WVINWBIGIITII
wife. our in
. of the only ones he knew of In the your my '' . .\dmlnlMtratorNOTK .
I of his "'" I f.>f tat .1....' ,to 'bar In ...o.d..n.. withIns ,. Clerk, Circuit Court flrmlford >uniy. flu ; 2mo*
who has seen the error '!. .
4 town. boy I said{ certificate iinhraei the fotlowtna1ri Ity I It A WEEKS; : -
"The one you are Inquiring about." und; craves forgiveness"Kobert I ,'.cnMd prfiM| >rlv, iiliatt-i| | in, Rradfuri coiinly R.Mf1 hcputy r| rkorifF K
1 Leeds sat for a few .. : t F- ,.irl'la. tn-wlt ..------------ I alt months doer rial,. hereof I .1 preantmr
he told P.lake. "must he the patrioticpet I j I Fear Half of Went Half of Bouthwnt Quar.t \ OP FIFCTIOV i I II. vnunhni and' final account lloa.
of a widow Indv Mrs. D.ilt.m.:' overcome hv the bewildering \ { .r f Southeast Qiiarft'r.s. .c. u. Tp ', ,R II.J (". f. Ilimvvr. mayor nf Htark. Florida' (*PO A. f.anl: npp .u... Judti of RnvliupifCounty f
I of the occasion. Then K; 10 aervaTli hy virtue nt the author,ty .." 'In me bylaw and ask for my Anal' ..
and he gave her address. opments : lambelnv BMIIMWI| at the date nf fo.ld. ....,
Hail .. do hereby pall an pteetlon U> hll.1 at'' *-har'. "' of the *seta of
i I And there the persistent lover found t tDore. I Wrong spirit broke down Hli the i,.".".. of ouch evrtiffcate In th. name of the Town Hall In the afor-aai b, by theqiialtfled : f). ladvett decraaerfThia .

: Rlnke did\ not hold| back his sen. fell Into his. outstretched arm as I' : Unhn'twn1'nlma alil. efrrilnrat. shell h* .......m..! TtFSI\V.!v.t... 'h..I"BFHTFVIRFR: on: 5, 1 ISIS 'I gala day of.4IIINKY May A.D.D.PAfM.ETT.1119.l

tlments now. He had only to tell |, uttered! brokenly"You are*.nlintr( to taw. taw September.Seed will A.laauathirwon I>. ISIS for the purpotiv r.f ..1.cU"th.. r..I..ln\. Admlniatra'or' t.,...* of J. D. Padaptt. -
YO' the 2''n4 day '
his redemption on 6d'
Dora of his. Icve to have her contentto have won w"" n,.. my nlTielal, iilirnaturr and. .*.1 this f-n :, re-I
both of you. to the home neat
return to I".rnflnln" his. wlf come-



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. |1919 ,

foot ;Monday., IN COMPLIMENT TO VISITING visitor in Lawtey Tuesday -
.... ,._--_ ._._-- II C, Richard, of Starke, was in GIRL I business. ; transacting CLAY HILL

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"-- -- :))1 town attending to business Saturday David Moore left Lawtey Monday Clay Hill
\ Ward of last 20. :Miss : Aug. 29.-H, H. n ,
; Thelma spent part' Lawtey, Aug. Margaret for Alabama where he will attend high and II. S. 'oK('.
week" in Starku with relatives and Godwin entertained delightfully Saturday I school. lie will reside with Starling were Iu'd,i,' .
.' County News Items I Ic fiit'tids.IuhaH! evening in honor of her guest, I Mrs. C. Y. Mayo. He is popular sister tois:l to Jacksonville :Mondi\

:\! 1 Andieu and sister, Blanche, :Miss Douglass :Montgomery, of Griffin among the younger set in Lawtey and Ben Wilkinson and moth}" ,I. )\1|{,
-_. --. Tuesday Ga. 1 will Geo. E. Wilkinson made : .
of Jacksonville, were in town be very much missed. a \ facts Gathered During! the Week by: Our enrouto home. A yellow and green color motif was The second of a scries of talks being Jacksonville Monday.C. .
Regular Correspondent T. C. Haien:. spent the week-end in'' carried out in decorating the lower : given to the children of Grace M. B. Starling was visiting: f v .
huiusota with his brother, J. D. Hazen. floor of the residence, cut flowers' being E. church will be delivered by the pas- in Maxville Saturday.Mrs. oj

used in profusion together with I tor Sunday morning at the close of Flossie Tanner has i I. .....
--. I" Mis. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., and :Mrs. palms and ferns.Receiving i the Sunday school. It will be followed homo, after spending a few |Ln., .

HAMPTON BROOK Elf 1'. S. Colson and children, spent Sun- the guests were Miss j by a short service and sermon to thin section with her sister, Mi:' Ii
day with relatives at Pine Hill. Godwin and the guest of honor, Miss the older folks on one of the leading :M. Starling..

Hampton, Aug. JU,-:Mrs. W. P., I I i Biookcr, AurlRev.:i! :M. A. Jeff Willis, of Orlando, is visiting Montgomery. Miss Godwin wore a | characters of the Bible S. J. Starling was visiting: \( "

]lint, of Louise, was a visitor to our Wodard, of Dukes, filled his l'e"ull1l'uppointment relatives and fnenda. dainty frock of yellow organdie, trim- I daughter! Mrs Nancy Perry, ,,f ".
I town Saturday,! und Sunday I here last Saturday and Theodore Litchfield, of Clayno, was med with ruffles of the same material. FIVE MILE Lakeview section'Tuesday night
:Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who has Sunday at the Free Will Baptist in town Tuesday. Miss :Montgomery was attractively i,, Mr. and :Mrs Lonniu
been attending a series of meetings at church. attired in a frock of pink organdie, Five :Mile, Aug. 29.-Mrs.\ P. p. Doklet Padgett ai ,'
I ;Mr. Humphrey, of Clayno, passed with Irish lace and children i I I shopping in Highland Satunhn
Theresso returned to her home here I Collie Weeks of Santa Fe118 in trimmings. Worthington
through here Sunday ufteinon. I Mr. and :Mrs. '
; Thursday. p B. C. Cartei' .
/ Sunday.: town Alonday afternoon, the guest of The greater part of the evening was i' u
;Mr. and :Mrs :Mark Clemons of tie daughter, Doris, ,
i ,, spent Sui J)11
Dewey Duke
a I':. J. King and family attended friends. I spent in playing games and indulging sister, Mao, of I
Plant City visiting friends and i iI the home of :Mrs. W. M. P.uL'I 1 1i ,
are u "
. in other Dukes
church forms of were week-end
ut IhureiHu Wednesday. | [Leila !Mmand :Mona Andreu, who I relatives I amusement. Fruit guests of their
Dl. I. II. lluntei was attending to 'are attending sihool at New River, | punch was served throughout the cousin, :Miss Earnie Dowlipg and attended !I Ben Wilkinson! was a vi- :, .
professional/ business. at Graham MOD-! I 'pent Hatuiday aid, Sunday hero withI I :Mrs L. Anderson and sons wore the evening, a salad course being served the annual meeting at :Mt.Jiion. Starke Saturday.
guests of :Mr. and Mrs.\ Wasdm, of
day. I|I the ir/ parents I j I I Graham, Saturday night. at u late hour.Assisting W. A. Starling was in St;n .
ReArmHtl'OnlC., of 1l0mosallll/l'1 I, ;Mrs. E. I... Crosby and daughter are I I the hostess in looking after :Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Parrish, !Miss! business matters Saturday.
will preach nt the Baptist visiting; in Jacksonville/ I :Miss Viney Anderson spent Saturday the pleasure of her guests were Gc-itie 1'arrinh and D I. Blume nt- 1! llardee Padgett was U \1' ,' ,
jz next Saturday and Sunday. I I AIrn; Hattie Riveis and daughter, evening with :Misses I.cta and I :Mis.! Bruce :Montgomery, of Griffin, tended the annual meeting at ;\1 t. Zion Highland, Saturday.
J. 13. Studstill, who han been at-1 :'Ilillr'el,111111; Walters and daulrhtei / Giiu-ie. Fogg, of Graham., Ga, and :Mrs. Hill, of this city. ,I ch arch, Saturday, and Sunday. .1'.1'I | J, Moseley! and William h.-,

tending to business in 1'nlatka for tho | ( /', Ilutli. of Cleveland Ohio, are here Jewel' :Moody, of LaCrosse i is visiting Among the guests! were :Misses"' !Mvr-1 I I :\11'. and Mis. Claude Renfroe visit- 1 i were in :Maxville Saturday alt" i "
t post few days, returned home 1 ""idaY'I'i' visiting friends and relatives.Mrs. ( i friends heie. tie Wright, Mae Biggs, Leila Byrd, I ed relatives here Saturday and SjnI to business.

Miss Eva !Hodges returned : [. . :Mary Andreu of New liver Mabry Hariell, of Old Bradford! Wilma Blanchard: Joyce Terry. Douglass I day. L E. Stlll'lin1wall\ a visitor t+" \1.,.

\home\ here Sunday/Lake after Duller.L'r. a .visit at'atertown / spent :Saturday; _and Sunday here with was the guest of friends :Monday af- ;Montgomery, Louise Blanchard, I Bred Douglass, of Worthington, tey Saturday morning..
and i I 111'.n./ S V. Andreu. teinoon. Eva Reddish, Catherine and Helen II '' was a businessiTitor here Monday. I *
i r' was' .att"n.l'\V. 1'l.:. :(\l"Hi.; 'l I. ],-"tont) niarite,,', I :MM II. C. demons and son, Theo- I !Mr and !Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, I ;McLeod ;Messrs. John Breen, of Jacksonville I Miss: Hattie Dukes is visiting relatives E. A. Smith and nephew. 1 K."
Hampton I
r 1'0' in
'; e."'1.1 i.Mi I. '. lore, Alachua, were in our town Ross, spent Sunday. afternoon with Kirnan Godwin Clifton at Wade, this week. made a business trip to Starke '1

: .-' Mum/ Djjl who hm been visiting SaturdaItemember\'. relatives at Pine Hill. I Blown Jim Godwin, David Moore,1 I Mr. and Mrs. Stokes, of Starke, day.
prayer meeting next Carroll Godwin, Fred Moore, SariI'Itobl'Its were guests of their daughter Mrs.
her i sinter at I LaC iosse, returned 1 School will open next Monday the
fi Sunday night lit the Free Will Baptist Robert Dinkins
Bryant B.
F. :
Gainey, Saturday and
humelonJ"y.; 1st of September, and we hope to I !
'hlll'ch.11' .
( | dish, Lonnie Reddish
Hurley Er.
Eli! Hicks( has moved the Sullivan I have a successful term this '
in :\ Gowen, of Clara, was in town very >'enr.I nest Well.
t. I CROSBY 1.\1\ E.
' J cottage on Georgia; street They Tuesday. I A party consisting of !Messrs. A. E. Mr. and :Mrs. Herman Thede, of DAVISAgency
will make their future home here. Simmer Andreu, and Seeber Edwards Russell! Guy Pinholster and Walter j
Jacksonville visited relatives in
our Crosby Lake Aug. 20. :Mr. and
8. B. I -
Dynl, of Alexandria, i 114 visiting !
Baxter :Misses
G Viney and Laura Lewis
: of Old Bradford attended
friends and relatives services Saturday and Sunday. | :Mrs J. L. Stephens and little daughter Est. 1886
/ here this
and, Edna Baxter
p week. "* here Sunday night.T. spent Sunday atWoithington Enoch Griin.s was a visitor to Jacksonville motored to this section Thursday

( J' W C. Hunt Lelen B. Shirley has a fine orchard of Springs. first part of the week. and, while here visited at the home of
A Bedenbaugh, black and white Ray Dubose, of Worthington:: was Twin
MissesMulludy! :Mug lde Maxwell grapes.: daughters were born to ::\11'. L. II. Edwards.A INSURANCESTARKE
4 and Beryl !Mrs. G. C. Sapp, of Raiford, spent a visitor hero Sunday morning. and Mrs. Jesse King first of last week number of our people spent Sunday
,: Springs. spent Sunday at White several days of last week here with Miss Flora L. Clower, county demonstration one of them dying Saturday. at Kin sley lake.

her sister, :Mrs J. C. Cone. agent, of Starke enter- :Miss Eunice Dinkins returned home J. L. Underhill
and in
I n. W ;Moore and, of family were
family, The-
:Mrs.' Johnnie Watts of the Pine tained the Brooker club girls Monday
1t rl'8Sll, visitors Sunday from Tampa, where she had i this section Sunday afternoon.
I were to Hampton Mon Hill section, was in town Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr and, Mrs spent a few days with relatives ( Nick Thomas was n visitor to

day.Albert Sullivan and enroute to Alachua to visit her parents P. M. Da'efoot.Iusic: was furnish-I i A daughter was born Sunday morning Sampson City Sunday.
of Thew'ere Mr. and Mrs. F. Dyol.H. ed by Miss Olga Ward and afterwards to :Mr. and 111'8.V.. L. Overntreet.
r I,, day.lessn, vimtor to Hampton Tues :. H. Ciainey: of LaCrosse! was in lemonade and cakes were serv- |I :Miss Susan Teston returned home

tl A I town Friday, ed. Those present were, :Misses Ila. from Jacksonville last week where
home surprise of :.Mrs paityas W (given nt the Willie :Mae Nabb spent, the weekend Belle Crosby Lottie Gainey, OnuritaWaul she had spent some time with rela- :
t night L. BUKK Friday as the guest of Jewel 1 Moody, of , Reba and Rhoda!. Brown, Pearl I tives. !
Among those present were: I LaCrosse. and rima Shaw, Ella !Mae Ilazen nnd
;Misses RunletSaxon: Marcus; Brown, of Jacksonville, was
'" I. : [ Bl'rylrulllldy.! Mr: and, :Mrs..1. C. Cone were in IMS. Abernathy. On account of the visiting his parents here Sunday.
'I Mnirgip ; I
I //1 Itphii: :Maxwell Maxwell Julia Wilma Alexander, Worthmgton Tuesday afternoon. bad weather several of the girls Alex Ott returned home this week FOUR THOROUGHBRED TRIEDS OWS for sale,

: / Bunt. Mabel Seals Percy Maxwell Orifnn: ,Ethel Willie I ;Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Colson, of could not bo present. after several months in the army: He thoroughbred boar
Pine Hill, town : ;Madison Shaw, of Gainesville
Johns, Ranee Johns, Willie Maxwell were in Monday af- washere sailed for this country in April, staying -

/ t. Jim :Maxwell, John Marr, Vnrdy trrnoell. Saturday on business in camp at Atlanta since then. ONE POLAND CHINA SOW bred Poland
t Wall Alva J. B Shaw is very ill at this writ Steve Hague and dnuA'htprIilltt; G. W. Moseley, of Jacksonville to China
1 Vaidy, Wall, who, Arthur has been Benett. ing.. Florence, were in Alachua Saturday I spent Sunday at his home in Law try. boar to farrow Sept. 3, 1919.
I friends and relatives visiting Clyde Shaw, who has been at Plant morn il1J!'. I :Sir and ;Mrs J. II. :Moore, of East
Ms home at Anthony here Tuesday., 1'l'tllI'ne.1 to City for the past few weeks, is home Mrs Elmer Osteen and little daughter awtcy, left on :Monday for Jacksonville ONE POLAND CHINA SOW bred to Duroc boar, to
I again. I of) Plant City, who have been visiting
I[ where they will visit ;Mr. and
llnnipton baseball team has two of :Mr\ *. Gainey her here, retained home farrow Sept. 4, 1919
the fastest 'I i visited son, E. S. Tuesday. Mrs S. W. Leach former residents of
f tiled, for this games of the season nchod-l I Gainey, of LaCrosse, Thursday nor I I i !heath of Little Jennie Belle Ihomns Lawte)'. After their stay in Jacksonville
week The term will On limt ONE DUROC SOW bred to Duroc boar farrow
play Melrose the Friday. Sundayetorning the body of 'I they will leave for Tennessee to to
cast of town on diamond MisH Flora I*. Clower, of Starke, I j' littlo Jennie Hello, the eighteen pond. several weeks visiting relatives Sept., 1919.
Thursday .J 1:30 ,
1, and| Saturday will at : p m, j i out county demonstration agent, gavel months old ,daughti, ,r of Mr/ and! !drag and friends. '
Fleming" Field., These play two Gainesville on j I a few lessons hero Thursday at tho I II:. Thomas, Weiridale(', wan brought I Mrs R. G. Ott, a well known resident ONE BERKSHIRE POLAND CHINA CROSS bred to

,[ to ho the games areexpected !school house in canning grapes Sev- here for burial, the interment being d:1 of Gainesville: and for many Duroc boar, to farrow Sept. 10 1919.
bluest thing of! ,
I '1'011 of. 'i made
the club
the Reason The line-up is ( gills were present. in : cemeteryThe funeral years a resident of Luwtey, arrivedTuesday
lows: as fol .' Sihell Byrd, of Graham, was in here services were conducted by Rev. I and is the guest of her old ONE DUROC GILT with 10 pigs, first litter farrowed
i Manager[ : T. j Tuesday. I I IIne M..1; Woodard. of DuKes. I fl'il'nd.11': ". i l:, D. Sajles, with whom '
: Cnpt. Murphy! Aug. 19 1919.
(Captain William !Maxwell. :.! Abernathy spent Saturday i in I I The little one was! sick only for n she will visit! for several days. ,
Alachua.Mr '1 few clays!, it having been run over by Although the war is over and tho
Pitcher Cuh'herIvla, Arthur Saxon Bennett I : and !Mrs! J. C. Ccne and chil- :'''n truck near their home. Medical victory won ;Mrs. Louis II.[ Hill has I Also one of the best 18 month old DUROC BOARS.

First base, W. II. Maxwell. ill"en !spent Sunday, at tho home of skill find loving hands could do but ,, not lost her [interest in the soldier Have priced the above to sell. If interested see me at
''I Second) base, R. W. Johns. I ;Mrs.[ Cone's mother, !Mrs. Reddish, of little to alleviate the pain and re-1| boys of Lawtey who did, their part ; once.
i IJ Shortstop, Wm. Johns Heilbtonn Springs. I store the little one to life. Mr. and toward making that glorious victory
1 Third base, Percy Griffin Mrs' P. :M. Barefoot suffered from i|'I :Mis Thomas have a host of friends possible.) This public spirited patri-

I I Left f field, Kanro Johns. ,j nn attack of acute indigestion, IIIRt and relatives here who sympathize' : otic lady delightfully entertained all James T. Moore
) Center field Jimmie Maxwell j Wednesday night, but her condition I I with them in their bereavement nnd the letuinvel soldier boys of this section
flight field, Jimmie i Stlll[ till. ', has Improt'ed. commend them to One who doeth all at a supper which she gave in
A large crowd will be expected to Chester Andreu, of New River was thing well. The floral offerings were their honor Monday; evening at her LAWTEY FLORIDA
J a support the home in town Sunday beautiful. residence in Lawtey. The boys thoroughly -
,' here and I Mr: [ and :Mrs ,1. [Dearest darling thou
I nt (!ainesvill C. Poppell and little host left us enjoyed themselves voting
I James Studstill son, L A. Prescott! and :Miss Flora \nd thy loss we deeply feel :Mrs Hill the benefactor of their
Jacksonville I is Clower of Stnrko But 'tis God who hath bereft
visiting in were visitors! at us >lass/
l J Hampton" : this week the home of Mr and Mrs. P. M. Bare He cnn all our sorrows heal. :Mr. Swanbom, of Saxton, was a

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There are more FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINES IN USE IN BRADFORD COUNTY than all other makes" combined. 4ilIi''"

J Why?

\ Because farm engine must be RELIABLE
every have
-must enough to
1 .I do the work and do it well AT ALL TIMES. FAIRBANKS-MORSE power When you need:! a repair part for your engine, you need it right NOW. You

I not only "fill the bill" They run it over. engines don't want to wait a couple of'week; for it to come from the factory. If you

i You cannot take a chance with an engine that MAY pull the load-you must order it an engine or a repair part from us TODAY we are in a position to deliver .
be sure it will pull right through to the end, and then be ready for the next you : THAT'S DEALER SERVICE.

job. That's where the wonderful I type "Z" engine shines. t". called a 1 1.2 Theories' 01 FAIRS \\KS-MORSE type "Z" Kerosene engines are 1.

a 3, or a 6 horsepower engine, but thats only the NAME PLATE rating. The 1 1-2 H. P. type "Z" $64.25 f. o. b. Jacksonville, Fla. .

Fairbanks engines have gone beyond the name plate because they know that 3 H. P. 10450 "
\ at times need MORE than the "
.. f you horsepower you pay for, and they have 6 186.75 "

built the type "Z" to give it to yo'i. That's FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINE 10 u" 375.00 \ "

SERVICE. 1 15 "u 485.00 .4


". L Representatives for Bradford County: "By the way, this paper is being printed by Fairbanks'Morse power"

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