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: September 12, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04724
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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:{ :Major Owner 'Ihrrutcnedith International I Wednesday' atoning" September' 10 lour Illcnie'nt.ir: : Shools for .1 Years \>'IIM. Captured' :Near Live Oak From s
Former Bradford CountyIull: to Succeed ) Law our citizen 1 < were shoi'ked bv the sad 1:
I The W. ( T. U. held an interesting Front July 1st, I'.ll'! Jail DrcnkcrsAH ,.
Col. Walker. Retired i I I --- / meeting III week, at the :Methodist and' iniexpi'cte'd news that C'hailos 1' ,
( 11--i'ii, druggist: had just dropped! 1
Mfl'I''O'InInr: Iloover'a I (church and an unusually good audience
Monday 1 Mrs down I ( dead It:01 r. Cason for the past ()rthography recorde-d) in last week's Tele- ,
\. II. Kree-
Lieu Col Blu'hurnVal'd. U. S. A. ,,court presented Pl1lHII'mnniumhen was present
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Friedeiiek Friedonbuig. tiled for ,i, man arranged the program but was three w c-ks had! sulU'inl 1 more" nr 1 loss :Mastery' of wards, by Sarah I.ouiseArnold. giimh.: n FoiiS car was stolen from J.I.I. .
has arrived the to takes r.'
in
city upcommandant's from a ioiiiiluaticii of indigestion Tiiibv. of this I list, k'
1 | t City Monday
duties the University dn.ol'd'rlc."dul'l.. The cause for the culled out of town before the hour for .
ut heart tiiiihle" and other uilmcntt The 11.,1.,, After authorities hnd been
trial revealed hth the exercises, therefore Miss Olivo Hook I ( list 32 i
of I'lorida huving'boen ns ( testimony, GnuIon( 1-5)) price,
assigned
"' I dupe he at t Ills stoleill .not Hid Vent to to ,
Piling was i l hey work recoverIre
I l 1 Kn: led the '
was siibs'luntiiillj follows: > nw'linl"IlI'1''inj.! out the lit; cents. .
hcie. a few djivs ugo. It is presumedthat as following good spuitycdncsduv morning he cents; oxchange price, cut. A coupleof cl,lys before six +
In.. will, suund ('<.I.! I I.]. S. \Valktr i I-iiedenbuig, a man about ">0 years program : i was in't feeling well and his wife ndmeil )Hook: II (Geodes (l-8), list price 32 d'speiiitinigio prisoners had broken,
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"prayer 1 led by Mrs\ E. W. Stewart r
although the latter is out of the 'of age, came into Gnffin & Johns I.' Bull call, answered by short : \ linn to stay at home. Hut 'not cents; exchangepiico, ItJ vents. i.nl; in 1'1111111(1111,1 I the sheriff otlU

..Ioil business at present' mid the stole Saturday and complailie-d that from :Miss' Willard.I quotations : making in:i(uli of it he wulke-d
University of blmidu authorities have he had bought; n, package of. oat meal I I. Suh.nct:: Enlistment: l)uys. Hopes tow ntd the store Ho had goneonly list price, :HO cents; exchungu price 1H 1 tern ,perpetrateii) by one or morn It7
not ban given information along that was no good I \\'lIl1t..lllnoth"r I i half '
unv the future I w a\ Iiowevi'i, whi'ii he fell centH.Iroquois. of th'II 'scaped uilbirels( and lost no .
'I Ii in of Staike; to have u
this line It is I hardly thought that I,i in ,'x'hollg'AR he did nut pioduce Mc"si I" t .IHoover, A. (Andu-ii, Co. I tni'o in I letting' the mutter be known
public' reading room a library for tho Publishing Syracuse,
both ollieets will be. Kept on duty here. the 'kugf and said lie- had fed thoI ; W.V. ,
pin Mate Prison Farm a junior civic Hiusdi: iind IV try Johns saw N. Y. t to ut hoi Kheriirs of tho stllt(..
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Colonel \\nrd iin' "i'onipunicd hIrs'i: i I i oat meal I to I the ,ihukins he wns not 1 K.iirue to beautify the town and him 1 full and 1 "tan to him, and cuiriod l That the suunisei hud, been (iorrectws
priz-
Wnul and :Miss I I',lames Taylor, !,, grunted! ( an exchange He then spied es, for. the best flowers and vegetables him lumie. ((11'.1. I' .'1''IIIIiIlKIIII1114 I Dictionary I : |,i oven b.\' a l lettei. to Sheriff' Ep"eneui a.

Annapolis Md: The new nicer im- :Mr \\'alllwriJrhf.ho hud .sold him' ; lower( mission woik resumed by sent Tin; he aml'ived. u few miniiles t later The Winston Simplified Dictionary Friday, from 1 h u'ilr Lyli>, of ,

mlilllt.ly if.t I out this nW1'IIinloto find the packageand asked to get his i the L. T. I L. ., and PI'OI''II'd: :Mr. Cason dead by William I Dodge I I evvis and I I'd: ,nr I I iv IOuk. stating that he bail found l lI r
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lxn'nuuu'n i'evidential, quaiters forhimself money bu'k. This was it-fused and I IFrii'denbiiig I T'apL'r.'I1'l1an'lI' Inlltienec ill ('ivleI'ltl'rnwnt"Irs. fl'ln heart t trouble. i .\. Singer list priceIK' ) cents; ex tin-I i "r. I It t was ,1t''PII by two of the t

mid family I IColon..1 i began to "cusout" thestar' : .I. T. Quigley."Aims I The di,'leased WII" a son of11': and changepuce, l". conts r.'n'i (II! !pi',1'i"un"I'! and, I they wc-ro run

Wind I is aon, of furnicrRepro ].:. '" pc-isound of us well as hire lamittdstack of the I I" T. L."-Mrs. J. C. :Mt'8. James' ('11"011 and was burn south 1 I The John C. Winston Co., Philadel- dow i' II i'! ir a long and desperiitach ,
tentative II:. 1'Vard, of Bradford English allowed lie was .
wuftt of Ifaifoid T 7 e The Hherilf's being thnspi i
Poppell.Ueiuling > gents ago Ho hln. cm ,
) and who told to leave the -toie but instead l
nullity 11""I'I1M"I." was I I ,
'' ; on W. C. T. U. woik-:Mrs. ,, came to Stlll'1ill I lf-SI I and, was n I Ue-iiiler' i',Ii"r, he won ill therace and arrested .i
the
in IS'i"! one of the best known members went behind<1 counter lieing told
J. \\'. White. .salesman ill Louis \\'itkoMiki's.tore. I 1 the negroes. I In the tear of
Vf the state legislature. He is |i I to "get. he doubled up! his fists nnd i i I 1 II i Whc-cle-r's) Grudc'd Literary Readiiis .
The 1 leader explained the modern until the latter's demise in 1S8S when flu car ten a bullof' onttnn that they
also brother of Sam Ward who showed fight. He was then dragged
a !\ )i light: Hook Series
health tiusade and the local union he ncceptc'd u po: ition as phaimaeist hud steli'ii, s Sherilf; Lyle made threoironil

graduated of Miiriila in the class lie has of 1M5 seen! service University -- out black and eyes ill and themelee had his.received shut badly two ''I I adopted it for the primary department ill Dr .1. L (iaskins' ding st"I'l'f I I! !Punier, revised I'.UX! edition, list liaiilf lit thi' samefino' ,. :Mr.Tnilij a

I military I 1 torn of the school. ter the death of 1 Dr. Gashm; in l 1S1IS i '''prier, 2.r!! cents. ; exchungtpi'le-o, 12 wn notified and went to Live '
in the Philippines Alaska Fiieiletibuig puked stick
Governor's Island- )I of wood up a Solo "Koses"!: Miss Florence :Mnt- 'l 11'. Casein eondticted the* bcismes for ,.,."tll. Onk: after his car, which ,walt none 'h
duty at : mill was about to re-enter the
as well prison as handled other assignments | store when :Marshal Kite arrested\ thewsaccompanied by :Miss CussieWhite. some time ill the interest of 'the nas-I 1 First Header' revised. 1U1H! edition thvvniHe fur its!'! 1.>111j"lIrll'y and

since graduating fromVevt 1'omt him. At the trial Friedenburg was 'I kips, estate Later he bought the bus- ',:: list pain', :2f!'i cents; t-xchange price, 12 rough bundling. .
.\ benediction.! it '"". He wax love with his. ,,
a ran ic in workI
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West Point on old friend of Col. I' and was! fined $5: and costs.. The defendant -- ,I. aiW from veiy, the few days. indeed, were misse'd !I Second Reader, list pint', :!t5 cents; !HIm: FROM 1 IN'JIIRIKS::
stoic during the
his :\11 I I.Um many I
Ward here 1'1''u1lM a hit of interesting" I and son thought this very
personal/ history of the man. This into unreasonable, as. the former hud suffered ___ I I, years he owned! it. Through square exchange price, 17 cents I Ii 1 .\1..1. Barnes, the colored fireman '
dealing!\ and! c'conomy he! became prosperous j j i Third Render, list price, n cents; 1Pj
take nil the
the elfeit that when he went to damage The son averred :Miller : TholllOIl''IIS ( who was so badly injuied by the explosieui -
he I that he Sept 12.-\lurI'IIY ; he was highly 1''I'c.tl'I' , and exchange price, 22 cents.
the entrance examination, was unavoidably would have internationallaw of the boiler of his <'engine
detained en route and, when applied 1! I to the case and that Mr. a business visitor to Worthington the ninny who were forgiven their' Fourth Render, with i interpretations near Gainesville WcdncHilny!' morning ,

he reached the appointed place the I Hoover might well tiemble' over theoutOI11I' Saturday. debts" to the stole can testify to his list price, 50 tents; exchange' price 25te : died I from his injuries" the following" 1 .
!Mrs. R. A. Hifc.-s; of Cadillac, has generosity. :
examination was over. He was allowed Both the Court and the. 'nls/-- day. +

( to take the ,'examination howev'r.1) witnesses" were( roundly "('USSl'" out," been visiting relatives here. About. JX: jeuis aRu the ,1t''f'II..1 Fifth Render, with intt'ipivtnlions, Haines h\eil in Jacksonville' and +,

and this Jie went at, showing no cx- but as it was done mostly in Russian The unveiling at EI. eY'4 Chapel maini'd' :alias Corn :Motf. daughter of'I list prier, r,0 cents, cxtlmngcpi'ice, bad barn a llicnmn" fr many Je'liiw. It
citl.'nwnt I loss and German: attention tin late Mr. li"'IIII',1Iott.: of Macclcnnj I
and apparent attempt Jittle was plliol.s Sunday afternoon of the monument J5!; cents. has not.t \ e-t. be'f'n iletermined whether
In little loss than half ,\ (he defendant would I '. To the union was horn t wodaughters '
at spend u | not pay the of Sov Raiford I A. Hieis i wns lar elyIItt..nded. 1 the blowing' out the sheet oft
Sixth Kc-udor with t : in rovMi
the time. it had taken the other i fine he was again incarcerated in 110-1 Mrs: J. R ( :iuiris, of phil- IIIU'rpretulions,
taking the examination he handed" 1111'111 in tel! de Kite;: udi'lplna, Pu, and 1 Mis. I'. I I. Tuine'r list !'I'i'o. iiO: eeiit ; exchange price10:\( I Hie ('"Jrin.VIIK caused 'r by \venknpatof '
:N. II. Stokes business visitor 'lieor its bolts the,
was: a Hitpi, by WII1'illA'
his IJlII"VI"n 1 thi was mailed he I I The Friedenburgs!! came here from I of HiI'hlllolltl11., of nlhc'i nini" ie1ntivcs cents.Seventh. t
huthl'
too
to Jacksonville Ion low \ :
led the whole list. Gainesville DailyNrw P.'wkflll'd.II.l and l bought t the LillirdI Tuesday. suiviving, I the eli'ceased uii* foururoiners : Reader with mteipietulions ,1I11:1"l'r.
I .\I, ,"". S' r',: '1..._.... .s HI .. ... John 1 Heur: ,.rn_ bus lint *',. t of
I northeast i i i-- tat iii iitiiiiitn |penparlast ( t n l Messrs. IMVIS. and Wnirenrr 'tol
place of Sturke They mo e us sixth. : : :
I sunnprii ; ;; ;; ; ; ; ; ; i
... being ii ( 'fI'II , and it il
., very
-- - --+-- - !I ierman-IJussians, but the few GrrI week with her !sister Mrs. J. :M.1.Iolt. .r I P foul, and Mmlent, Eighth: Render, with iiiti'ipreta- believed the iuveitigution ,

S\MPM: CITY /mans and Austrians living in this section :\ .near Lake Butler and! .'Inini H Cason. of South I'lornla, I Urns. same price as seventh by will many exonerate that him.mi. coming. '

would, have nothing to do with :, J. S. I low a rd i of Nukes, was here nni! twn -i-teis. :\11' 1I:1I11I'1. (I.Ci I. ( .
'. them ''ws and Ge-o: llvnl. Jr.) of this W. iI.Vheeler & Co., Ohlcnuif, 111.11Jl'IIIUUonnl .
:- ,amp on (C'ltv Sept 12.Jesse Ogden as they were said to be mem- 'on business Satuiday. se'c- V
i>f ( ir;iiiiharn was a business visitor I \hers of the I I.V.. \\'., and of revolutionary The many friends of :Mrs. J. U. :Mc- twin Try( havethe1, sympathy of our I and promotionnl! uxeliange '. ( o\\' 111':1.1ttlS.lN1': i : i

hi'ie Monday. ti ndenries.' \fter\ the fine '' 1.IIII'p glad to know that !she' is recovering entire' 'immunity in their bereave allowed em the above named

Nihnls: Thomas, of Starke spent had at last been paid!, they sold their from her recent illness. ment." l'ellh'rH., ) :'oIIIlY Still'lei' people. iiiiiilaiu| ; bu-
Sat ur nv and Sunday here with his form and announced their intention of I'in'niiil! IMiectoi' tI. < '. Jones i is III Wl'ic inlClP1'J'Y' ,'ails". belled e'liws unnllovvi'il I the)
friends i, 11'11\11110\ for other parts. Raleigh" P.iellmg of Providence was (chnu'e nf all natters< pertaining to Fuller fi'M-i'iim, ." .f the town and ask the TcUegrni
Wiituur Hooks
:Mrv..1. A. J. lr'Kinn..y. of Graham; .. --. --- visiting lends in this community tho funeral 'I his event, will not take '''i I In I.., it be known that theyare
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CouistNew : price,
nad sisfi"r. :Miss Mary Jane- \Vu ,lin, 111 EIi1SS.1 Sunday afternoon. plate \In-run' Fi" iduy, to onnbUthe t tired of having to lose their sleep

of Plant City, were the quests. of! :Mrs. I! I :Miss Ktha Williams. of Starke, Is daughb'rs, " uf the ile-ceiiHi'el ti> attend cents.It.. night after night, and d> have to Ret

W II i-loan Tuesday afternoon : Thai!!ssii. Sept. 12.-G. :M. Bennett 1 visiting: friends< and relatives] hero this M ,.' TfoneI'lignged!: an expert, c-mhalm- 11.I Beers\ Company, Chii! >ai>, III. out md ,,111141 maple away. If this 1 1Ie '

Quit... a number from here attendedthe returned home Friday from points week ei from" .1111'1 Ksonv' ,illi, to pri' 'p"1'1' the limiting. winning' II.t 11'dull., I hey( will u to + +"

piirtv at .lohn :McKinney's at Gra- .youth where he spent u week on a I II. S Miller and sons, George IIndIl..rt. nouns for sepulture. Industrial Art I Text t Hooks ,bv. ti novv & I" .h'II"Ii' inoiisuics It is i not 'I'n- I'II ,#

hunt "'..d'1I'' dI1Y. I combined business I .\ attended church at Worthmgton : 1 Fioelith'art Irnlv I \ that Iho owneru may hi)
!Mr. and. :Mrs. 1 It Burrows and (hil- and pleasure trip |! Sunday. ,\ni\uov.::' \\'. 0, w. I On, list !) rents ": eiitcd unit firieil! for -un-h mi of-
Mis. pint2
Lu Grace of Pen Isle was r
ai ti
iln ii. of situiKe, were visitors here fens.. li'ii thix is f'lt. Country
Olson) Thomas visited!'! fiiolids and I !'art Two list price. 20 cents. I
visitor here Thursday. i IY
Sunday.Chailii':! i j' Sovereigns of W O. W. Pleasenote I in'nple- who have the .rivil.lto of using t
Smith of Hawthorne, was I Mrs.: D J. Gillfoyle!! of Jacksonville?,: relatives in Alnduia county Saturday, the following: W 0. W. Camp 13S fart Three Int prier, H'l! (cents I the tiivvn for a cnw shouM 1

the guest' of his brother A. K. Smith : has been spending awhile here with ;, and Sunday. will unveil the monument coned, to I Taut !Four list price 2:) cents know that' this privilege" if 1"10.1. (. u,

!Sunday.' I her father, Uncle Jim King I Ii George :Miller was u business visitor the- memory of the lilt,- Sov \V. K.: fart Five, list price 11: cents, may be vvilhdrnvvn.MCIIIODIM I t (i

Dujrj'nr .lonewho has. 1 been employed i ..1.V.. Batten was 1visitor to1! to Stnrko and Lnwley latter part Tillis, at Kingsley cemetery at Ihreo I fart Six, list. price :31 cents -.1------- i

<1 lit'ay'roMs., Ga., had his leg jStnrke 1 ; Saturday. i of the* past week "','Iok., fast time, on Sunday Sept. ,, i'art Seven': list price, :31 J I tents I :

fractured from jumping from a carreientlv I :Mrs. Lulu nrquctt and little i -_----A-- :!!"oIth. HUH )being the day for regular;I' 'art Fight, list price ::11 I <'('ntlt.Hlwrl"'r .

lie/, is. now at home with his ter" :Margaret have returned JortSSTOW'Ii,1"hnlltowlI. :' preaching service nt Kingsley; ('hlll''h' Course. Pundits M hoot, I I0'l": > a m., L. .\.
paients. :Mi and Mrs Frank Jones.Claude I dllllA'h-/ and also from tinfact that the minister .
i home in Jacksonville", after !' / Hook One, list prime :Ml cents.Hunk hurls, siiperinti'iiilelitNo I'
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I1I'OWII'Wit" a visitor. to New Sept. I-: .-Our school in charge, Rev Saunders, is I : eithi nr
Imt 'It icnta.
Two price
days visit here with her |' preaching 11I'nill
member of hi- will deliver
Hi1IondllY. I n'l has not opened yet on account of theui our camp, nfl i rents.Honk 1
Three list
:Miss Ituby Johns of New: River, is Swin- --di'l.) -- - .._'hrml._ .. hoard, lieifitf unable tfl locate tlteiie .. I the ointion and all se' \sove-ri'igns arc I' !Hook! :: ,.. priI1... l'V'lIh/ ." ,. .
ra-Itm F her. sister a r 1 lea. C. Brawn Miss: !'! Knight of Pen Isle, was a 'ht'r. uigi'cl to attend l I the !it('II'hln/t/ services !lour list price iti carts, TIP 1 pester will pi'em'n alt favvtny" r

:Mr". \\'. H:. Jones left Saturday for visitor here Thursday. I Mr. Keller the well known lumber. lit 12 ..',,1.., k. after which dinner ,\. S. Hume's ('"., N'ew York I I I'! 1.,1111 9) p. m. I r i''
': the followed the unveil, .\pit hn"t I.1 I.. Hpwoith: l League, H ).. in.We 1 .
trr1whI'" sh' will spend severalI Uncle Jim King Wednesday< afternoon man of Jacksonville, was in town a on ground, by r ''
I '. '. ''u', ,'. :MIK, i:.. Geii'tr.lli for Jacksonville, where ho hol.i'h.l. (' last week.. ing service at the hour stati'il. Everybody : :Mil liePiogresHive' Arithmetic have i-lnnneel to hold revlvnlmietlnj l

>';anMII u h Slll'nt Sunday in will visit his daughter, Mrs. I II. J. fjillfo. ;Mr. and :Mrs.' Jacobs, of Raiford urged to attend and if you I first. Hook hit price, 12: cents.Seeond at Lnw ley to begin fl.t.her I '

O n ini"n' ille. .\'Iei I I spent Friday evening nt the home of eome in timo for dinner don't! forget/: Hook II.\.\ ,pi'ice, ::1ti] > rents fth. mil, to ('(ntrl',twi weeks rWI' ,
:MISS. Ethyl, Ranlerson buslnesc I. lu bring along full basket) shall have ,1,1.1".1 lit Lawtey,
made a Mrs. A. L. Smith.; n I .
II cents.
Hook list\ ,
i :Mrs. P. II. 101'a.; .. a visitor to Third "prn-e to have, iee'tinifn in Sturko.I'i j ;
trip to Stnrko! Saturday night. Mr.1 llurdmg and family, of Lulu I. +f. ( 11'1' \ 1
Alvuh Saxon of Hampton Friday afternoon. I MORGAN.Clerk.. Ann,'man Hook ('n., Atlanta (;n. hvnngrllst: ( II I I. ,: II i is! to assist In Ii
Hampton was a of :01. I I.. Tomlmson Tues 1
bu -in"'i-itol' here, Tuesday.! Airs: Jr',. Phillips spent Sunday at day were guests un + __ G iioKriipliyI 1',1.'lf.tlnA'\ f ,.

A_ K. Smith made a business' trip )Brooklyn: with friends. I Mis! Eliza Williams, and grandson "501tNU: 'I i HI I': .11I11I J.tI.:I.:' I Frvi-'M New; f Gi-ogmphy, with Florida .1.C, IIIGGS.) t; ,

'" Hampton Saturday :, C. A. Youngblood/ was! among, the of Jui ksonville. is. visiting her brothers Supplement !look (Ono) lint price Pastor. Jt y"'

Mrs. M I Robinson was a visitor to visitors to Sturke Monday. \\'m. and Henry Varnos The .V, C. T. U. Jubilee e-unipuign H'l cents ; exchange ,price, II cents I ': :

!St': :,rke Sitnrday.Mr :Misnicusc: Ow-Icy visited( friends 1! Simon (', 'tubs. camehom? Tuesday to rinse one million dollars! was eoin- 1'rye's Higher eogruphy! with 'I I l'l:::l I\ >"'S I I':LI.CIION: '

'. I It. :\. Snider, and daughter' at Brooklyn! Sunday I from, Sumner where he hud been emploved tni'iiced" lust fall and will ('III'm March Siinplemc'iil, of Resources, Commerce: -- I .' :

Hi''M' cf f J. ,ilii. ',','rt' guests of :\Irl'i| :Miss!' CIsio: II" m spent Sunday for sometime. J"! 11)20): Bradford. county's quota unit Industries of the tin iteil States, Bryan nnd Grilhu Slice"enl 1 T 1 h.m..lvc. tj J 'S l,!

J, C Rniilci-in: itiirdavMesvr '. at Hampton with fri-nd". I i Farmers are busy breaking morn was fgfjOUO() and Mr.... K. A_ Hi,'ott WUHappointed list price, SI I ; eixe'huni'e price 50
I .. SI1<'!II Byrd and I Frank and planting' fall gardens.Klarbee Key' Woman" for this
tho
G. :'1. Bennett wa-i attending to \ _ cents.Gum. Tuesday's town election gave :
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P "ld< of Grahameie: visitors To .
luisineis in. the county metropolis on 1""lIIty. date the following & ('0.. Atlanta Ga.Lanttniiire f"U.will re ill IL) I'xe: e-pt for aldurnii -
hue 1 Suneias!(! '. I,.i..IJllEh( : ': amounts line been reported : .
Monday and<1 (irimiRiarHyde's u \VI. no (competition:
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WOODLv P\RK, : Cecil, Daisy| David and Howard I, Hampton.! $2.25$0./20.Itrooker Two Honk! Course in KngllMh. Major, C. F. Hoover, 72. ,

:Moore who arc tending school l In Sept. l.i.-;Messrs. Lacy Lake Butler 050. s. ; Mdiimen, S. A. .llryan, 57; O J.

Woiidlawn Park-Sept 12.-l\Ir. and ''Hampton I -pent the week-end at their 'and Currell Varnes were visitors to (iruhum.; $::1:10.titurke I, Bonk One, list price2fi cents.I'oeik 1 :, ,,111. r.d:'; II G. :'ollsln. :25.
Hniforel I :Monday.Mesclumes ( |. ( Futch 71.
.
" ; I ): Two list |III cents.
home. : $!J 1.00. i prier. ,
i :Mrs D n Crowning! spent, Saturdivand I O. Stokes and Ceo I 'I.reusiircr A. H. !).
'siindiu, in Jacksonville the guests I|t Me.-rs: ,(;i. W Hinscin/ and F. J. : R l.nwtey him pledged $:J5! .00. ; D. ('. Heath & f..... New York. ItV"Ukll Crewl. ( !! l(I
Asse-ssor ,
Tues ,
Smith were! shopping in Raiford :So; far Tux IH. M
Ruiford
has .
sent '
.
not llisior if I
" of relativesMr Disler were tronln..tln! business!'! in in anything i > ilirevnrel : collector Silas I'i7SOMF.
,
I day. but the committee feels sure Hennett'tt: and 'o111'"h111111 ,
Starke Saturday. I & History
: and Mrs S. J. Starling spent Klarbee: school stalled the first\ eifSeptember .that they will before, the drive doses. '' + -
j i Mrs. Mottle of :Starke'! is Government of I lorida.. lint price, 51
Sihley,
Sunday with Mr: Starling's parents. In I IBnJ..1' and has about thirtythreeI The unions.. of !Cradford county do not : MiniOIUIKS: : :MVkK .
here, her ;Mr.[ and cents.
visiting
eoiintv'. I.J ||. parents. fall
want to their quota. | ) A :
S Norman: : business visitorto :Mrs. C. A. Youngblood. I pupils . _behind '_ H_ __ American Book Co, Atlanta Ga $121 \1:1'.1.
was a j R D.I Stokes was a business visitor !
.
Daniel flatten returned here Saturday 'luted !Watts History
Jai'kvonville Snturdiv i I. to Ruiford Thursday afternoon.Mr. II I PTl.4TSunday I I )Hoston: Muss, Sept 10.) Inquiry in
from Starke, where he the Uvanx': : First le-sonw in American
I
:Mr 11",111'1., : Homer Kite of Rui- spent ,
I and Mrs Joe Griffin of Starke to the high rust of shoes by the county
,
ford.pent! undav here with their) past two weeks und) treatment.Mr. I Saturday night with Wesley school, 11 u. m. i History, list price, I 15; rents grand jury developed I that some shoe

daughter :Mrs T. I R. Browning i I.I : and :Mrs.> H. D. May and children I spent Hosier.Delbtrt. Morning) worship 12 in. Penj.! II. Sanborn, & Co., Huston". I have been Jl'JO 11 .
P.osioe and Sat- ', H. Y. I' U. I Thompson's A History of the People wurk'rl "II'niIJ 1
:Mr. and Mrs. P I.. Phillips were 'ilMon. spent I Sapp in Uaiford Saturday !If'rvico. M p. m. week Them! but u
called to :Miami Thursday morning\ to urdav and Sunday at LaCrosso with was livening: worship 9 p. m. of the United StlltoS. list price $1 ; inKtUII"'M.
afternoon. few but it wus testified that many '
relatives. Wednesday prayer meeting, 8:13P : : exchange price, IV) cents.
be at the b('iNide of their son JohnS I Henry Philips was a visitor to Manning made $(JO week' white the
m. Topic "The Divine Revelation. I i a averait't
al, Miss Wilina :May spent Saturdayand D. C. Heath & Co, New; York. I
wh" ueidentnllv hit with '
,
wns Saturday afternoon 1. Necessary: 2nd. Progressive, was about $ h). {Buys have been getting
base*',-ill hat while watching a camel I Sunday at Hampton with herIrrondparpnt" -+ --- :3.1 Jesus Christ fulfills it and fills its 1 Civil (iiiMTlimiMltTurkingtein's $: w,'ek. It was!' said that a
:Mr. and !Mrs. T. :M. :My/ CouiTy' list price :11
)
of hall ''on"art..rnoon.. Last reports .\ S A'KNOw'LEUGMINorThe :' : : :: place. pair sold by u manufacturerfor
won't" the elfeet! he was doing 1 Hagan.Capt.. .\ cordial welcome to all services.DLAiVCHARD {00 cents; cxi' iungt- price, 43 cents. .:; in store DO

as w 11 n. < null) he expected.T and :Mrs T. I.. Murphy of I I! pastor of the Baptist church of ; D. LA W. Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga. yards$5 from 1 was the displayed factory marked u $12.

P Priwrnrur; of lafksonlvlle, Hampton spent a day or two here. Staike and family upon trrival from Pastor. I PhysiologyRitch'e .
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during the week, guests of her -- - --+ -- - -- ,
spent Mindnv with; his family her, parents I their month's vac'at inn on the Blue : Cnldwell.: 1'rimer of Hygiene

n F.inn !ers, of Jarksoivillr- Mr. and Mr''. T. B Trie-t ;I I11' Ridge mountains of North Carolina IN: HONOR or MISS' WILLS: I (Ith; Gruel ), list pri'e.J1j: cents.. SI'I'It: PAR1Y

spent "5 ,inlay here with his. sister, j I :\ and' Mr<. \\'. W. Parkham and f I where they had attended, assembly. rtitehie's !Prime-r e>f Sanitation ((7th

Mrs V I r>, Davis children spent Sunday at Waldo with :j as well as enjoyed the* change and The home of Dr. and :Mrs. J. 1'. Grade ) list price 40 cents.Ritihic's On :Mondiy eV'nrI. Sept. 2nd. nt

:Mr. Julian' Parmenter returned tot I relatives rest found the par onage hud been 'I'.mlit"-on( wit the Mono, of a pleasant : Unman Physiology' ((8th 10) o'i,.lock :Me '"IS. J,: Ahe-rn Morgan I
I i.1 I entered in th"ir absene"e-not bv unfriendly little Wednesday Darby Powell amt
her homo in Jacksonville Sunday after S. R. Swinde) was a.business vi+i party night In list Carpenter
...,. weeks thegue 1 tor to Brooklyn Saturday; afternoon j persons! to tuki things away h. nor of their nitre. !Miss Mary Groh'l.) price (0: cents Karl: Middl'ton were hn-U of a Jolly I t
rdlr"> several here :Miss Rhoda fI"nr'ett was a visitor but by the kindest of oiks who hud Wells, of Dunn' II"in. Those present World Book co., Yonkers, N. Y. supper party at the Juunita Cafe. A

t of relatives )I brought many things' to !!'(JI'k the were, Misses :Mary V/elli, ;Margaret agriculture deiii ifius courKe Nipper: was I t

---+ I to Hampton. Monday larder besidea. bountiful and delicious Ionic Ethel Griffin Iris l!'(lI>(Or'lnn. Davis' Productive Farming, by KaryC. The tfuexts of the ocra 'Olve. .
:Me r. A. and S. RRwindel .
RR.\DFORDnrndford tr* Youngblood !spread on the dining; room table A: elrcy Johns. '!1'"'Ifair Long, Levy Davis list price, Hei cents; ex Mrs C. E. J\hlrn. Misses Kathleen

I were among the visitors to I awaiting the tired and hungry trav nova, Joe Wainwright' Pitt Tomlmson changepriie( 41: cr'iits. and Ailcen "IVII.Margaret: Shrlver -

f. Rent I 12.-It seems the ; Hampton Saturday. elers.Dprorntions!. D.iinty rfr liments, were ervcel and -- --- -. -- of Itrook'i' and Miss Jeannotts J I

I gaol oil, fn.hioned house raisinr.s arn'' R. !M. King, of Jacksonville, spent a' of flowers added their a pleasant ovenintr was spent. FIRTILIXI: / : FALL VRDHN; CROPS: Matthews.
: coming ba' k in style. There wore two s few hours here with homefolks sun. charm and a warm welcome awaited -.--- ", ,-
\\ KM. ,
in thi .settlement last week. { day afternoon. them at the door by the committee! CI'If.TJWI': SSJRKiNG
the Strawberries l other
growth. unsl
r S. r. Andreu was n visitor tot I Dr. Fortner was here Sunday after who had arranged such a bountiful
: surprise for "the I.aws." There were There will be Fertilize the fall garden crops liberally crops hnvin. a long bearing period
"'o'thinll'fnnInnday.. noon. a working at Klngsles
I so donors this shower to Induce should two or three timesLettuce
many in that lake quick growth-10O r
pivon Messrs. Raymond ThIgpen and] Ie r..mptt.ryo'pdn".dll" before
A the of
home
sine;! v'os at
,i :Miss Geneva HarreM Friday nlsht. Thomas of! Orange Heights\ spent we thank take this way of expressing. ...ur the forth Sunday in September. Fiver : poundi of commercial fertilizer per and radishes will bo benefit*
to them
t one and all. God '.body interested in keeping the acre is not ex'ei.lveell rotted tell by an occasional light applicationof V
Quite a crown was present and enjoyed Friday and Saturday here with Mr. bless!'! each giver up
MY
and Mrs. M Hall. ground invited to come and put in the stable manure i is one of the best to sulphate. of ammonia or nitrate of
.
'.... the occasion U D Law Doris Law, Allies t Law. day. use. Frequent! cultivation will hasten soda.
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PACK TWO liltADFOKU( COUNTY TELEOIMI'H.: ; STAKKE. FLORIDA FHIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12.: 1919.

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: ,: .,.J.r .. : at least u r""I't, rnr ,..t'b'ltl-I!! '

ened, sliotiriin. ..millopped, ' this side 1

actual h.'ll1l1h'lllh. him. SIlM .."n.1 .
..
howexer, iioiii'i-lieil. a I'"rt"'lIllIr" grlevunco .

r { @ NAN ofJ ugulnst the tm',dltuttve guard and I Penny Pinching

Ni: his was one. not. tempered' either liy

prudence or call"' ulutlim. Ills Chun" o

dime one olhtl1..n/ Klpusa hud unwisely

. allowed hlinsi to be ,drawn' I Not Always TrueECOn0111Y

MUSIC MOUNTAIN Into u curd game, at I'ulubnsiis Inn, fI-1;

PIIHO' VMIS notoriously a stickler for n

"'llIur.. oJ"llit cuids. A dispute' found" .

him without a frit" \ .nd In the mom. Sas- '

l1Y Frank tl. Spearmaiv. Moon reached for him with a knife. i ii

i! :McAlpln was the llrst to get the

Author \Vhisperii\g Sinillvrc i news at the hum. He gave first old toi

;" r.. _ ?nr* T ,*) **irt ..,,,",,-. _. i the bl'I"II'lIurl./ nml.' without dream- : The housewife schooled in really

/. .., i, log he could be Rot to H surgeon alive, scientific domestic
f .. Tin' button ilfmr bihiml the bar now rushed him In a light wagon to the I II II economy-no longer

}: I' IICKHM to Dpi'ii\ -|imland, imisi;, "Ir-, .h l I hospital at Sleep)' Cut. whore It win throws away; a nickel to save a penny.A .

'.'! I,. Tf'fwI'r pri''ii'l thruuirli! it 'Torn. ,' in, suld. that ho must have more UVCH thiin :

J I'edro," he iiml rcnssmiiujh. "< ."."' !, a wildcat. Sussoon, lot coring to bruvo 1 good illustrate this would be l.

In, man Tinis' no oMTci'i" MM. ,MM, i i I'i' De Spain's nnger/: In town went tern way
}
i' ..i agent lonkliiR, for your license' !Mi."1 1a porarlly Into hiding. Klpnso la the ... through comparison of the wholesome-

; .jt. / frl.ri'l, I'lMlro, ," lie runtluui-il 'iBRlHKly. (end justified his' old reputation In ness, efficiency and economy of a plain flour and

.J nx tu) ,> n\Mirtliy ,''ullk.)> < .m N. ibrowed making reeoverxhaltingly) It Istrue standard baking powder and so-called selfrisint
a ; a -
I ,
, unit sullen. PIIHTHIM/ ) MM" d.I -. and with piillniis) Intervals nfBlriltlng

. ,tl i .. 'llhcriitdv Iniiii tin- Inner iliirkm.s. MIL. b.it n recovery. ; Hour. It doesn't pay to buy self-ribinu Hour.

Ji'l th. ulisi urlly of lli<< luirioinn. mnl. I. off t this It 'i- "till-- I.,' -.till lay In the hospltut Most of it is made of low grade materials.It .

ono (..'"I'd <*M' si nrcliliil\( ,\ ..1\ I'', "lid 1 !"u ,ii> was very low that Tie'" r fj
failures and
1 Spill II. "Tll) ..." lifi-Mr'N left liinil,, I I" Spuin .und I."I. MM' rode, one li.it inornInir causes many bake-day a great

r\ fnmlllnrl.v on the l hll'k> of He sp"| im" I - Ciluli.i-iis and were told livMI Scott Was the First to Reach the Trees. loss of expensive baking ingredients.

\ Mhoiililor "Is, our new iimniic< MIJlenrv .\1!: in i hut :x:"ISM on hud been si" ,.nwitliM

.;1 i' Sfmln.; Henry" nhnke tmi'N' il M' minutes nt the Inn. To I.e-. Scott's Injunctions! to keep the nil' The housewife will throw out in tl
star to the right of Kl Cupltun all the >
I with Mexico. fever the nlI11'1 like fl tiibbllnc |
Ii'" This!: Invltntlnn to unlike Ii:iinleemed ""rlmt() n ilihimiin.. Ills f.uo i vvny across. the sinks.Seeming wasted materials many times the amount she !4

, nn empty ftlrlllllllt).. He SI'|'."mneor beam ''I I '... tlghti: >"| his bolt. shook | : their, horses, the threestretched hopes to save. Beside, self rising riour has a

.... .,.. (tlinok liunils with iiti\li >ilv" : MIIfllKt out lil'gun.. and 'looked with 111'0.0. out on tin- open ground' to tendency to get lumpy and that's another waste.
, .J. lent II1I..r..st1 Du Spain, who -.t..1| wait for ilu.vlli.'lil.: De Spnln medltntii 'f.
.. r ; ) If lie (lid si", III' eXtenilell, , 'tllliillirlllmllt > / ]
I ''J !, long, Inured, his left linnil, with pondering., "If jou will etas right h"I'I. Mi-st on liiiu he should capture But what is most important, the housewife gets

;, .I on exciice for the. snivni'MS of Ills rlK'H:' :Sussoon; ut diijbrenK und then on Nan less in return as far as food value is concerned
llenrv, he nverroil cnnvlin-liigly/ "I
Pedro did nut <*\en but hln romnliiliiK :Morg.in und her mountain home Intowhich than if she purchased a plain flour and a
>vlll v:<> over und /get: Sussoon. he VMIS about to break to drug
> ot tile Invitation. Tin Kltuiitluii, usLefcver
..' eye The >hlef. stage/ ':guard.: Hub :Scott; standard
facetiously remarked!, reOiulniil I out u criminal. Saoon and his malice baking powder.
the. Indian wus In the barn. He smlleil drifted of his. mind but Nun
.1.f nhout where It wim before I Imepoke soon out
Ii" "
d'I'. j whin the HOUIII.! of Knlloplnn) at I.efever's enthusiasm" "Sassooii. remained. Her form, outlined. In. tho True economy in baking powder demands
ciilil 1 In'. "Is slippery.ou'd ) I
I horses ciimu tliroiiKh the iluor. AIiiuinent mists! that rose from the tildde.i creek
", later three/: men ripen ualUed, Kinft "\ better let us go along unil, seemed to hover WMinewhere near until the highest quality at the lowest price.A .

l:.:.1 ". ...... .. see you do It," Miggented/: De" Spain, I Scott's. hand laid, the dreamer's Bakinrr Powder made onlv of the hirrhest!
.W''Q"'q m. .'n'n..... .h."'U P..u. ..... ,h'v.!:.,.."I".... "u..1. ...... on '
to! J at the left, end of the tinr unil I.efpMT. I Morgan's Fist Came Down on the Bar. who / with .the business In hand giewthoughtful. I shoulder; ;,, '; drove It btiddenly awuy. Duy class i ingredients obtainable, so skillfully and

Introduced him to Ciiile :Mnrgun/ to wus ut bund.Do I
David :Siissoori; and. to Snisimn'H crony, I STufKim p'oiuteil: u UnifLT, ut him. "1 "fientlemen I thank you." protested' .. ,; :Spain; got up and shook off the accurately proportioned that it not only pro

Deaf Sandiisky., MS the new Ntngellnt'malinger. /gl\e JMII a chance, I Pe Spnln, right now. r.rt"'r, raising one hnnrj< In ,nVprciu' chilliness anil drowwiuc-sa of the night.It duces the maximum of leavening power but

V.1 The later nrrlviiN lined up Will JMU 1I1"l'IulI'EII'II..lI/ ?" lion, the "other' testing lightly on hlnIfolster. hud been agreed that ho, being less conserves that power, retains its strength and is
/ still hure linle
1' some
.. before the bur, Sandiisky next to Le- "No. known In the !gup than either of his
fever anil, DI> Spain) so ho could, hear :Morgan/ almost cuu.:lit his breath at I II reputation. to maintain uloug the sinUs companions) could best attempt the dif unfailing in results is economical in cost and

what HIIS said.. 1'eilro. from hilt den the reliisul. Hut !P.' :Spain; could l 1 beextremi'ly Don't" let us make It n posse for Sasnoon. ; ficult capture. Bob Scott who knew use. The housewife saves when she buys it.

produced two queer-looking bottleM and I: blunt and In the parting nml .he rodo No: one opposed alone, him further, the recesswell, repeated( his explicit She saves when she uses it and she saves the
a Hupply of glasses. sliot.s! between the two he ga\e no uwuy directions as to how Da Spain was to
won't bo for John materials with which it is used. That is
"It OilY trouble He : economy
ground. reai.li Bassoon's shuck. repeated
"Do Spain Hull'! :Morgan begin I
/:
"Jellrles here to this to bring Sussoon In" murmured, Scott! his of Its Interior told him in its form the kind of
'I bluntly "one of our men wus put off n put me' stop description !: highest only economy
who smile anil In the lowtone
stage of yours lust week by Frank Klpeso. )- kind of row ,dIsm on the HtngeH,:: ," he spoke) with a where the bed stood, anil even where the housewife should attempt to practice.
of the Indian.
ami deliberate
manner
." He npoke without nny preIlmlnnry ; said, to I.'f..r on their way back to Snssoou ordinarily kept his knife and
compllmenta, and his heavy I the, barn. 'This Is. a Kood, time to begin. "If he can tlnd him. his revolver.De .

l TOlce win bellicose. i Ami Sussoon nml, iiile Morgan/ Lefever rode down to the Inn with Spain ga>e his horse his ht>udIt :" "
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De Spain, regarding him umllnttirbed ,/ are good men to begin with," he Oti "ll. out seeing u llvlm thing. un>where wus!: still too durk to distinguish the ,
About It. When he dismounted In
answered after little AH the. horses of the two men path-and advanced ut a snail's puce American Red Crow Dietitian.tfotf .
: a pan He : front ho he heard sounds within
\ "Elpnso told he off hit emerged from the canyon they BOW a thought until he passed tho base of El Cupltun
me l put a man
last week for slender horsewoman rkllug: In toward the barroom but, pushing! : open the when of a sudden, us he rode out from

r:0. .fighting. / the barn from. the :Music Mountain door and looking circumspectly Into among high,:: projecting rocks full Into -Mis3 Cosfello if mlrtady well known to most of tti* ladies ofcur
contrndlcfod Morgan loudly,
( trull. She Mopped In front of McAlplu i I the- room before entering, he wu" surprised the opening fulnt rajs of light from city. Sht u of the Domestic Science Branch of the Unwtnity of
"Dot for fighting./ KIpuHo: was drunk. I the I burn buss who stood outslda to Mod It empty. lie notlted, the eastern dawn reveuled the narrow Chicago. Simmons College Boston Cooking School a graduate of

;( . i "Whnt's the name of the man Klpa 1.to 1. the otlice floor. :McAlpln.\" the old. :Medicine however, thnt the sush of the low window strangely Inclosed und perfectly hidden Lewis Institute, Supervisor of Domestic Scienc* in Public Schools
no put off John?" asked I>o Spain, the Domestic Arts and Lecturerto
Itcnd bariiiiian, hud been promoted on his left, which looked Into vulley before him.De Special Lecturer on Economy. Special
looking at Lcfever. I und lieelmarks In th. Women's Clubs.
patio, wua two
open
from Sleepy. Cut by the newmanager. Spain t-iiught his breath. No description
Morgan hooked' hilt thumb toward Do Spain' recognized, tho I the hard, cluy suggested that a man he hud ever heard of the 'I We art publishing e> uria of her nutl important articles.I .
the man Htundlng at his HI roan pony but nsiK| from/ that ngliinco 'nook thnt screened the Morgans< from :
the uiun right here, Dave Bassoon." I out of the front door/ he 1I1"'lInInto/
II at the llguie/ of the rider us tho outside world hud prepared him .
J''" SnsHoon. never looked. n man In the she sat with her bnt.k to hi III11" his naddle ami rode to where lit* could for whut ho KUW. From side to eldobetween t -" '.,: "'<. /.
face when the man looked. at him except signal/ De Spain nml :S.-ott to come up.He .
enough/ to assure him of Nun Morgan.Ho I the frowning; cllffa which rose, I Iat
I by Implication It wuq almost' Impossible told, his "story' us! they joined
spurred iilieiul, fast enough/ to overhear points, half a mile Into the sky. It |I
J without to him and tho three returned to the Inn.A 11IK PUBLIC PAYS THE; COST I
HinprlHlng/ him a request slieiii making" of MiAlpln "' wus several miles, und the gap wusmure I he Quinine That Don )Not Affi-ii The HeadDrrauniof
catch hilt eyes with your rye*. He better trucker than either of hiscompanions Its tunic nml Inxo'lve emit L\\A
,
to limit u letter fur her. She limn much In It
1 run
us depth as | trninm--;
seemed< now to regard/: Do Spain keenly ) Scott after H minute confirmed '1811)'s the the owner: riVt liKUMO OLIMNt: : : (Tah is) ran be lukri.
also I1l4k..11o'Alplll.: just as De :Spain buck, to u mere wedge/: between by anyone withiuit cauxinil iti-rvuutiiiiiiMnr. riuiuuil
''I IIH the latter still attending to Mor I drew up.111'1111'1' the clown stage/ hudpassed. I their belief that. Sussoon, must mimed Superstition peaks.Kverv "More money and less time." In tlie htad b::,W.GKCA b: s siiinatuin un box, '
gnn'H Htatenient ri'piled : "Klpiiso U'lls I McAlpln.. told her It hud. De have escaped! by the window., He then : moment that be pushed UD"I I Says the owner to the shipper: --- -
A a pretty straight story." I took the two men nut to where someone "
"Your freight rate's to climb.
his got
I Spain, touching hut spoke"I: am warned him that du>light would
couldn't tell I within a few minutes, luul, mounted ASPIRIN
"CIpiiHO n Htralght:
'' going right: up to Sleepy Cut. Ill nmlljour suddenly mid his time to act would boshort. Says: the shipper to the dealer:
'' ; tory If lie tried," Interjected.. 1 u horse and galloped off "
letler If you wish. Tho trull he followed broadened "Small bilU: are douvie-crossed.:
"have the .statement of thr.SU04Mo..II'1 She looked at him In Hume surprise, I "Hut where bus he! gone?" demanded, Into a road und a turn bruught/ Says the dealer to the public :

t': i piisHcnjaTH( ; they "011 II rill ..:I I'll and, then /glanced: (ounril, Lefever who' I.efever. pointing with his hand.' him up xlurtled! und, almost face to "Now darn you, pay the cost." WAS TALCUM

." I cording to them II"H""OI'" Spain I now rode up. De Spain wua holding I "There, Is the rouil both wujs for face with 'u long, rumbling ranchhouse. Johnson City (Tcnn.) Comet.

' 1'1 looked< atrulght/ ut tho accused "win'' out his Im ml for the letter. Ills eyes : threH miles." Scott nodded towurd 1 he, g.ihlo: ml of tho two-story A- __ ___-

drunk mnl abusive! and kept) tr>'lng In I met Nun's I. und eiuh felt the moment I the snow-capped. peak of lu'Ill'IIOIIU. portion of the 1 Inilliling wus so doseI Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days
pat Home. of the other olT, i tain. "Over Morgan's: / most Therefore Insist Genuine
piiHHengers/ ut l'IlIIlI"IIn" IIk..IY'1 Upon
was n sort Spain a I to him thut he liistnntly reined 1 up to DruiUlsts rrfuml money If PA7O OINTMFNT fnllato !
Finally he put. his feet In the lap ofFuniperwiisser little bi'lf-conscious under her Inspection Ho knows no one would. follow him cure luhlnil. Blinil Hlreilinit or I'rotruclmu, ; Hlli
Keek hiding from Us upper and lowerwindows.
Instantly reltevra' Itchinit Filed anil Tablets
yuu ran flitteatful "Bayer
our tank and windmill | wus> aware only of her rather Into the /toip. | ulucp after the lirst uiwllinuun.i, 1'nc.o 00i>
,t man and I'uiiiprrvuisser bit him." fearless eyes and I the lurk hair under "After him !I" cried, I.efever holl)'. Doi From Scott's net'unite description he of Aspirin"

Morgan, fltl'I'plllhnrk/ from the bar, her fawn t-owboy hut."Tlmnk i Spain looked" Inquiringly: ut the guard.'Scott knew the pi.lie.' Ihls VMIS DuUe Morgan's Ji'iiiiiii.li-il. I iik'iiln/ this tlmu "Illi un Iniputlctit -

t: waM'd hilt hand with an air of llniility you" nhe responded" evenlj. :; shook his bend.. "Thnt would 1 boI rlllll'h-hllll"l'. set us a fortress almost expIetlM1. Miiniiioni'd fur the

;.\ toward Ills Innilcuslve companion"Hero "If the stage! Is gone 1 will hold, It tomlil I nil right but there's two other (Ciilajhasas ut the mouth of the /gup.: To pass' occasion. A sccoinl, fearful knore anguenil -

,; : I lit :-II..UII.; light; here-lie can ,! something." So sii>lng. she' tucked I men In Ih.CuI'/ this afternoon It It unobserved, to .....IIII'II.1t: the most "1111. Do !Spnln rellcM-d ill-

rk tell the whole Mtor.'." tho letter Inside her 1 blouse. unil spoke" wouldn't! be nice, to mix with" -Deaf tliUh-h. (part of his mission und without \ most laughed/: us fto flushed, \ tilt """I'"I.'n.

"Tliosi.. f..llowsI'rl' miners," muttered ,to 1..1' pony \\hlih. turned Iflsurelj S.mdiisky, and Harvey Logan.Vn ihaiiuliiir. his slow )pace he rode on.No ( tlmuili nut Mir<> whether u curseor

:S1l" "OIl. Ills utterance wus down tho road. I "\ won't mix with them," suggested b'lllft, i Intllenui him ami no sound. u Miut would //I."t: III. in. Hi- ('otneither.

I, broken, but be npokn.. tust. "The> 'II I "I'm trying to /get luqimlnleil, with Do :Spain.;.. came from the silent house. He cantiM.'il Ami n welcome. Niirprlsii In

vide with the Miards e\cry time your country today., return.nl. De I "If we tackle. !S.issnon, they'll mix I & 11Cr"1 the )peril, thinking, tinilini. Ilk'lit/ nuntlnniu'li" u stulTyIuiin '

ugulnst 'n cattleman": Spain) managing/ with Ills knee to keep with us," ..""lnlnl',1'olt., ; lie rellei with a kind of. nwe of Nun. usleep, soclose of /jjlnss: nt inn' <.inl of tlie riioin. Aspir.n: is the trade mark of Bayer

"ISII'I O""." Intel posed Morgan/: belllgerentl his own horse moving, alongside Nanas eilu. /11 II III.'II t. "They always stay ul umler. thut rlltlf-.IIII.ll'nt., too, It n-M'iili" nt 'tin' other "i-ii'l n man dosage.

>, "In n man whoMe word can oho edged/ IIWII)'. fule! Morgan's or Duke's.e might: he hud nut been seen-though, In mutter Htri'ti'\lu'il iislci. ..|> mi a uull liunk-u Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tab

Iwuys be depended, on." : Nil II. without RpcuklnK, ruthlessl)' sneak Sassooii; nut without tlulr getting of fact he hud beiu. ""Ill tlmt woiiM, In nil Ilkcllliood.. h.ixc lets were HI J Id by a Brooklyn manufacturer ;,:

"To convey liln. meaning" Intervened, 1 widened the dlstuin.o tietween the two, "". Sussoon kiinwK he Is sufe In Other cublns bin...k towurd tho north lit'iinl Hti'iillhlcst. Moini'l' /luul tiny cf which later proved to be composed "

) Ife\er ,ptlcully. "Of course. II,, Do Spain unobtriislvtly,, spurred his tho gap ; but he'll hide even ufter liegets wall could bo set'n .dimly to bis right. fort been mailo tu com,'fill It, but towhom' mainly of Talcum Powder .

I know," lie asserted, earnest to the steed to greater activity. "Y 1111 must there. I've got" the Thief Klverrun but all '\I'rel'11 removed. from hisway. ciirs tn| > rutuh MiUvs of nmountuln "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" the tru, ;

I point of vehemence. ")';vprYlllh' In have a great deal of Kami around you.Do this. afternoon In due tlllII" Scott, hud nil ciililu, nn* nit-re t-lci, ping potions. genuine, American made and American

Culuhimas bus the highest respect for you hunt?" he nskeil. "Don t take your run this afternoon. vised ho confronting him, not fur owned Tablets are marked with

SIIHNOOII. That Is underHtooil., And" I I He knew nhc was fumed on n hunt- ,directed De Spain. "Tel! -phone Sleepy ahead, a small ruinous-looking iiihlnshuck. The Hli-t" per woke to feel n liiui'l laid the safety "Bayer Cross."

he 1ItI"11lth,\ as n.urli Impresslvenexsas i ress, but he could make no lu-iulwu}' Cut for a substitute. Suppose' we /go: Dismounting before this, he llelitly,:: on Ms Hlmulih-r.' 'IIn- Instinct Ask for and then Insist upon "Bayer

If he were talking sense, "ever>budyJn I whatever against her Htuilled reserve back>, git something. to eat. und jou threw his lines shook. himself, u little, of Keif';>rcH I
\ Oaliibasiis would. be Hurry to see. Kitsnoon and when ut length/ she. txcusi-d herself I two ride singly over toward th.CU"I and, walked, up to the cabin door." Itwu" Ills ejes, oiened| iind his hnnils wtriick them in the original Bayer package
put off II Hinge. Hut SassMon; Is und turned her pony from the this afternoon ; Ho outside under, coverto nut like cut's pnws to tln.> rlcht and which contains directions and
"PI'U.Pl' proper
t off : that Is the ,situation. We are worry. Slei,py Cut road Into the M"rIIIIal'/: / see whether Sussoon or his friends "ft : in, knife nml<1 no revnher met Manufacture of '
called 1 Monoaceticacidester
Spain gruflly to the cnl.lii
If It occurs, againliutiln -" trull, De Spain;( hint been defentcd, In leave before. III&hl-IIIf'I'I14 onlj' ono them, IiiNteni: ,), In HcinliliirkncMs a

"\\' }vu mean?" thundered, every attempt to arouse the MllghtotInterest I ttiiy out of the place, they till m.'. Inmate. There wus no answer. He lIrnufll./ .',> l><'ntif him. His fl"tsHhot

I Morgan" resenting the Inttrferenee"Pe In anthing: he line) said. Hut Then I will Join >'oii, ami we'll ride, in hitched his troll ""r band near to I thebutt .. out 'tot-etlier, only to !I... ciiucht GIRLS WHITEN SKIN

,t" Spain I Is the manager./ 1 Isn't hebut ? wlIll'hlnlIh regret ut the parting. before d.iyllght and, perhaps catch him of his revolvir with his right InN,- tlmt l.roke Ms nrms In two at
I band l.IIIHI liilil bis. lift on tho jumb of
I \\' we want to know I... whut you the trim lilies of her figure,; us shedushed while everybody Is asleep 'the '..lh.I111I,1, (forct, llii-iu" backnfiilTiHi WITH LEMON JUICE
are going to ,do about It?" he demanded way on 'the dersvrt trull seitteilas "If >'oil do," preiili, "ti-d" :-"IOIt.; In his the door, his c.M's imuiitliiie tiorlng the / Ms thront. A knee like anniivll
I (lurKness to thu left, wlieie SIIMSOOU'Hbid -
addressing De Spain; again. If a !part of her spirited horse, hi' .deliberate! way of expressing u imicluHlon |>uslieil Inexornlily Into Ills Momni -
"There Is nothing: more to be ilone' ," felt unly 'a fust-rising resolution to attempt "I think you'll get him."' should be. The utmost HI'riltlnyfulled 'h inn.) heart and ((110':". Another lay Make a Beauty Lotion For A
I to disclose of It '
ICn
J-eturneil, De Spain,, lomposedly., "Ive again to break throii.li, her It wait MI,> arranged, nny or uriv n cross bis, lUlitinn; : and l.ls HtrmrKllnif -
Round I of hrcathliu' from t.mt! cornerHe Few Cents to Remove Tan "
t already toll Klpasn: If :SIISHOOII; starts stillborn reticence! ami know her belter. I De Spain joined his associates, atiliirlc left arm he ,,"Ill1ot.I tlimuh/ hiseyes ,
another fight: on u stage to put him off ICHAPTER I imtslde the gup. Neither, Took u fHft'I''I' tllwllr.1I'r. ,' the hurf with the xtr-iln from theirHocki'ts Freckles Sallowness. '
I nor hl-s friends had been 1I..n"1 tuna should be II..Jr"'I', und p rcelvedbeyond ,
.,,"111. een. release. froi.i:! where, cncli'llkelaws ..fI
:Morgan's\ ':: list mine. down on the bar."Look I IV. I njtht! was still the sky cloudless, and n >loill"t that tlt'r.11'1. no liedIn erlpped' at his throat nml shutoff -- T
here De Spain' : You come from i IIIH the three men with a led horse rode' tlit* corner at all. Ho turned' towurd his breath lie Iny -.till. I Your grocer has the lemons and any "
the other corner his! hand coveringthe drug store or toilet counter will sup ft'

;: M llll'll" Ilend.! limit jnu? Well you i! First Blood at Calabaeas. ut midnight,! / Into the mountains, tho butt of his gun. "Hello. hlk..I"I! i I ( Continued Next Week ) ply you with three ounces of orchard
I Nothing more than De :Spain's;,, an* !' he called out In slightly strained tone I, white tjr few
; cnn't bully .Music M'.tintnln mct>-understand Croat red heart of. tho Scorpion, slionoIItire u a cents. Tijueeze lh
tluit." nouniviuent that he wnulil sustain hiswtagoguurds I \ In the southern sky. Spreading' ''pt cnmiiriulerb, addressing :Sussoon; by '! SYNOPSIS.CHAPTKH juice ov two froih lemons into a lot-)

*, ".\BY time >'nu li.i\ ,. u ri-ul grievance.III was netcssur.v. to arousea out whin they rode. between, the mountain I I" common nickname, ll.cn ho listened. tie, then put in the orcnnrd wmte and

{onnll.: I I.. r.:1": i,| to cotiMlilcr, 11." violent resentmetit ut ('lIll1hll""" and nulls, they made their way without I A trumpeting snore answeredNo .I. I-un Krontl.r dny at Sleepy .h.ikwell.. This makes a quarter pint
t uld I 'e Spnl-i' : \\len" one of your among the Morgan foll.\\. III'':. Ttn Interruption silently toward their sound l wus ever sweeter to ,DeSpain's Cat. Henry ile Spain..' Kunmuii ami trainmajtter -f; the verv beat lemon .km whitemrI'd .
| at :Meillclna
Man.t. l I. ueaten at
men In ilrutik nii'l grievance ugiiinst/: 1:1"MoI1": ,, made' u ear. The rude noise clearedtho complexion: brautifier known
iiinrrcl| nme lie will < rendezvous un u pcn grove near which target ahootlnir by Nun Morgan. of Mualo
be put oft like uu> other dlnturber.Tlint general one along, tinline.. HIstugif I'lirgutolro( crctk nuiKes Its way out of ilr and steadied the Intruder. us If !Mountain.. I JetTrleH' iltvlaton ,aupertnten'lent. T'lnPinjrp this fragrant, creamy lotion
UJ"k. Ie Hrain tu
Hike cliutue ot the
wits singled out und rliMcn at timesboth the gap. Music' mountain Itself! hud, been lifted Thief luver ataica line. but ha rcruaea.CITAITFrt rt-Uly into the face, neck arms an-1

we rnn't n\nlil. Tuhllp" HtncesCunt ':: by Sundusky uiul! Logutithe i; Scott; was> the flr..f to reiuh the trees.The I I BIT his nerve*. It n.. hards and Just ee n -w !freezes, tan,
lie run niimlnr' WilY." really dangerous: in.\ n or the >punsiBlnkH | | He trleil. "When* Spain Been Nan dancln -, allowntss redness! and rouarhnenIrniptar
little .grove: spread'* lIef.'A"' n slop* uguln lire" you. with Oala :M..rKan. la Inter il'rlalvrlyipointed
"All rlcln./: i.i.Mtcil' MurKiin." "If and' by I Hale Morgan!: ami 'nsuon 'half n mile vvldo( bitvvceu" the base ofnne ';hike'/" he Jrr.." I.J. "What's, this stuff 1 out to Nun ,m thff alreet' by O..le.an,1 and how smooth, oft and
Jou take tluit link, for >"oiir nt>w limn to Mir up trouble.All ,. H move.I to chunxe his mlml and ac- clear the skin becomes. ( It .
yu
towering; .cliff, still bearing, Its on the fl'mr? he. continued., Nhutlling cvpt the aluK line Jub
1l1e"II..nt.. "<>'II x< i 1' IIIIM Mm ini't nlontrrumihiit Culiiha us kn.'W that Klra-.i: Ifhe Spanish name. Kl: Capltun. and. the his wii>' iisteiitutloiisly u the otherldc h.in. l lu j. and the aufiful' l results a
et".:,'- il.--MI "Ii. tlilx ,countrv" hud to, woiilit! tluht, IIIK! lli, 11 ,ili,. ,'oceniiii CHAPTF.IIIID.. Kpaln an-1 t fever will surprise Adv. !
(.urge of the I'ur.-irolre.: To th..' iistut < i'( the, room He felt his way toivnrd rid.l to '.ulannnnii inn ami there meet vou.- ((91 )
"vi \ III r"l, ii,. IlIoI l\ I giiaril: \\ a- nit .nini' I K I 1-,. .
\ ti n | .11 i nist MS '1,1 : U..I.! :Morniin with t'eaf Hamluaky anJ ---- -- - --
. ,, the Inner door IhU where
this pc'int the trulls to dil( iNasiisid wus
,, , e..rllt'r..1'lIh ,: .. Hnwunnn. rnnmen. ::1.1, .I retainers. of the
limit UK i iin -i I il I l P. Spnln; "Wowill tminailu hv.i. I 'gnu. Colds Cause and Influenza
,, to > "I'Y Cut ,ilivtde. ami hero, be exported t1,1:,, It. ami. It vv.is Mortcun i'Un M..TK. ,ui, ilamnnOK' the dla- drip
with thut who like SandteOuus.' I" ." , \\ia
nn i'rjtmdy K'Vc'itus M1
get "
ehar..ot1'e driver ana I>* Spain ra
Mint and Lefever received, De Spain, 'losed.! Ho laid n hand gingerly on the > LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets femora tderaate.
a (hiiuce ":!t lli! 'CI!!.. I. !!!t'llli.) i"-r. >'>_ felt taten. l>. (!poln meeia Nan but, talla toovarcom ...
: : .
r There la "Uromo
ttho Jiud rJ'Men livyly .rtn<| follow:: ' latch. 'Where! im.. :y.o'1. {(hike? he her averaon to him. only coe Quloioe.C.
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9 NEGROES CHARGED 'transfers I'r, Fiftythousand in two_days.dollars worth of 1 n'' .d


property became1 u total loss Monday 1I
when the buildings composing the I
WITH DUBOSE MURDER plant. and headquarters of the Lake 1i
Worth! Drainage District were burn- I r
,1 l to the ground at about half past I s, I
I fin,,t r ill the n"'I'ningTwo motor

ARE LYNCHED 1 11 I \inks) wore saved by being dragged i
from the tnirning buildings before thoI'.bed I
'n'" them. 1I I II II

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f BAND OF DETERMINED MEN 1 Tl.no. thousand I i f"III' hundred and .liiliu- Arnold, n negro working on
-i\t\-iiine head of Texas: cattle have the highway between Greenville and I Ii
OVERPOWERED JAILDR TUCK- !,fc luoiight\ into Florida since 1010. the* Am illn, river, was shot and, killed i
Saturday morning by Hardy Griffin; ,
ER AND TOOK NEGROES FROM
By) a vote of :!OI to 8:2: West Palm in charge of the crew. The negro refused '
THEIR CELLS AND SHOT THEM Hench has adopted the commission to do his work and also refusedto '- t .'

) TO DEATH j form of government with a city man- be discharged, and told Foremaniriflln I .
'I ager.I ( that he was on that work before :
I I he was. lie then advanced oniriflln i
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i I The city tax assessment for !Miami (; with nn a<, when Griffin railed
Men Were Evidently After NegroEd show a valuation of 111,1108,1311> for his shotgun and tired, killing him in !

Jones, Charged With Crim- I I over this year last ,year.an incr 'a".' of $10,581.4! !) stantly. Griffin wn.s exonerated. C GARE1.TEGET t YI

inal Assault Upon Young Four desperate escaped! l prisonersare
White Girl Itennett Lund has just purchased still at large somewhere between i
I j from Coleman und Kurman of Plant Pnlutka and the Georgia line with the
1 City, two of the fine Saanen milch pursuing oilicers making a determined No-
kionvdlo! :-,1.; X. --This city ex- ;( gouts raised by them for $/100.I effort, to capture-1 them following the u package today.

pei leiiced! one of the, first lynchings I, escape of five negroes from the Putnam \ e the /flavor-the wholesome
in its history at an early hour this j! The local fishermen of St. Augustine county j.ul Friday, k Reports of '
morning when a quiet but determined I I arc picking up from $10\ to $50 many stores broken into und robbed taste of Kentucky Hurley -
crowd of nwn-val'iou..ly estimated I 1/\/ day shrimping but they report the and the theft of a number of automobiles -
as between fifty and one hundred\ i work laborious and exhausting. which were later abandoned, lire tobacco. 1 .
took two negroes, charged! with the i :'placed! to the discredit of the quar
, murder of George \\'. Dubose, from tette.Thnt.
I handsome!
Many new names are going -
the Duvul county jail und lynched
in Sebring at The '
them. I up l present. Why do "regular ; i
I'citizens, who are erecting these homes an air line for passenger service so many ,
t The negroes were Howman Cook I I are sparing neither time nor money would( established in 1 Florida men" buy Lucky Strike ,
and John Moiine. :'lol'ine was shotto to make them beautiful. has been in the minds of unite n number
death lit Alain street and Cemetery of people for some time and that cigarettes ? They buy them r

road. Cook was evidently done to The state hotel commission in their it is now almost. an nccomplinhcd fact
r death at the same place and his body j' report revealed the fact that 11 ho- does not surprise the a\'lIrl'lI.e citi for the special flavor of the r
dragged 1 behind tin automobile to the zen. The name of the company is toasted Burley tohacco.Therc's .itS
city and cut loose directly" in front of |!\t1-and !: "The Inter-City Airline Corporation"with (
the Windsor hotel on /Hogan street. headquarters at Lakeland. Charter
Orlando, two in I I'aytona and one in
Cook'- body was badly mutilated! I St. Augustine. has been applied' for and operations the big reason-it's caste I f
from its pounding as it bumped behind will commence\ nt nn early date.
toasted and real ] Make
the machine It showed but one I Hurley. fY
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W. Hunter of Okeechobee sold
II.
bullet bole, however, that directly over Probably the most fiendish net in Lucky Strike cigarette. (
four rows of sweet potatoes \List week your 1
his heuit. The back of his head
the history of Duvul county occurredSaturday I
I for $2111* the gentleman making thepurchase
\ was literally beaten away, while his doing the digging. The rows morning ut 00):!! o'clock 'i
back was a mass of flesh and blood.Morine Cuft"ntf.d! trv
I when n 1'J-yenr-old: l whitegirl was assaulted -
were liliO;: feet long, and covered not
was evidently killed where his 1 by n 'negro the girl being attacked -
more than 10 feet in width less than .M
body was found thrown against an one-fourth while on Thirteenth streeth, 4 t tlrt-CcLt G
acre.Bide
embankment! ( at the side of the road.. I near the old Jacksonville. brewery .
The place where the body was found I| -
have been let for materials., just at thc northwestern outskirts of
is about three. miles north of the city. ,
: afternoon
the city. Liuly Saturday:
on engineer engaged und! arrangements -
It
was literally riddled, with bullets Sheriff Howling and a. party of deputy
\ perfected for an curly bc-gin-!
showing that death was evidently in-
fhoriffs. surrounded ,
stantnnetios. i I ling of a sanitary sewerage! system 11 swamp nearManericf
! ,'1! in (rhipley.I The water mains are to Springs and arrested a ne- I 1- --
The crime for, which the nl'g'roes' be extended and the power plant improved. gill named Kd Junes.' The prisoner, thin that the I-:IUKIKN: ; : ::1 1I ''I
were lynched I the murder of Leo W. I.I I. wns placed in the Ouvul county jail, stand they did I LIFT CORNS OR
DIIl)>ol<('. brother of John W. Dubose, I Sheriff Howling feeling positive that they arc going
I - : Sept I la. A
party was
juntice' of the peace, was committed, Alfred Itingling, one of the Itingling'Brothers the guilty negro was in custody u day's work. I j homo of Willie irillis on CALLUSES OFFDoesn't
at Broad and Ashley streets on the ,, of circus fame, has been in will \bring | : with a large nttenI
night of August :120th.! HP was well ,,1"loridlto see what is is like in theisulumer Two Pas county ...nl'rTrr"'l'Ilt to from the \',' I
known anil popular among a wide circle ;i time. lie is highly plensvd.Me !. Tampa Tuesday to claim :Neil Turner, of tax ", I hurt! Lift
: or
', COin
of friends VV. inllls: ;and J. :\. Row any
the time
and at
feeling; the establishment of of I'olk whoso government of .
has in rnind county preliminary examination .. .,,
visitors to :Starke callus! oft with
high those I : : fingers
ran against! responsible for
u zoological garden near Jacksonvilleon on the charge of killing I thought the ..
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his death. Things quieted down however a large scale.The Rodney \Vilson at Mulberry during troops into the < t
and as each day passed it was the phosphate strike begun today utIJnrtow. I (rains lire run ] : wns visitor (to High r t b
1 thought that there would be mob afleinoiui, iI'
no I I Tampa Box company factory : (;nv. 'nils dismissed Sheriff "d. I%
violence. its kind in the world. flu I W. Crillls awl 1 II. F,
its the largest of Logan/ few > s ago naming .laLnngford --
Those responsible for last nig'ht'lIl Six hundred and fifty laborers are in his xteiid. Today r,11111- I j .' in l.awley on IniMinesI <

lynching however, were evidently, on- ,': kept busy working every day in the ford and Deputy Sh riff./ Olive, representing I II I
ly biding their time, as subsequent i,, week, building nothing but cigar boxes Logan rnme after Turner I : (' Rosier, William
events showed. It was a cool, collected I!', and, every day :;.nlll( are lurnl'dOllt Sheriff White of Ilillsborough enmityin I I : ...... Flossiu. Reynolds sad l
and doterminecf, crowd that lynchedtho ,) complete.I whose custody Turner has been h'ldsolved I attended negroes, and it was 1I'complish..d.qulrkly the puzzle of which to rerognie i J I I / : ;' \ V.sr
and without demonstration. I citizens of Leeslmrg are raising by turning Turner loose and,\ letting of this ,section, ,
That the crowd knew the men they i; n fund of i,000'! to be used exclusively both take him. Why : '/ { '" uf Litwle.v. 111I,1//
were after was apparent as none oft i for boosting their town, the money t,) Cardui Saturday nt ..
the other hundreds of prisoners in the be used for publicity work, in putting An unusual t occurrence;: : : took pille..j tonic have, lor Their/ many friends w h

jail were molested or liberated. Mo- Leesburg on the map and keeping it near Hlichton Sunday. Tom J.lwllrI"1: !. |' age through; life
rifle, a yellow nl'gro.11" the one accused there. It is said that every firm in n colored man, hud his horse under | actual .1
with hitting iHibose repeatedly i the town gave a liberal contributionand n tree a short distance from his I cine,
over the head with n chair on the every land! owner gave his share. home when a storm came up. Tom's I personal
night he wa, killed while Cook, ai i boy went to bring the horse in and l'i (he '
short hi m, '< wet nogm) waehaignd Florida has ,seen nothing like the was near the animal! when the wind I i other IRS
with using a knife mi the white man. present building boom in thirty years !blew his hat oft and sent it spinning:' ,I formly years RC 6000 R17.1Il Y
:Shortly; after \ o'clock( this morning and a great deal of raw lands is now along the ground. The hay turned : give LAfT tlDon't
$. C. Tucker, jailer of the IHival changing hands for cattle and hog. Still. Buirerl! A tiny bottle, of
county jnil had just let :Sheriff: Howling raising, in addition\ to numerous Hales find ran after his hat and had gene Fn e/oiie < o' tH but a few cents at any :
out of the place with Kd: Jones, of groves. Car shortage is making but a few yards when n thunderbolt SEALED TINS ONLY drug stunApply. n few drous on the 1'I't rIr.o"l'if.
the negro held). on the charge of criminally it dillicult to handle building material struck' the horse and! killed him If',r AT YOUR GROCERS corns calluses! and "hard, skin" on bottom {I. j

assaulting the 13-year-old: und causes great delay. the buy hadn't been running after his ,i of feet then lift them off. > ,
white girl Saturday n1<<11 ning'. He had hat when the lightning struok 1 hi- "t'I;: Whii I I. M. o/i'Me moves corns from r. ....
not had time to get into bed again before A company of aviators who have would have been untying the hnr-i. ...- the toes. or c.'illuses from the !.ottom. y.
there came a sharp knock at the graduated! as expert flyers! and! have and almost certainly killed. The tree '' of fart I th .l" 'ii, I.enenth. ii left pink ,:i
front door immediately followed by a been flying over Chiiago ,'urr'lnA'I'us.'lIg..rll to which the horse was tied wntouched i .,n'' The i .. ... nod he.dthv and never sore, tender or :' 1 \
heavy knock at the rear door of the for. some time,, will np"I'lite 1 by the bolt. Mrs. ,\ ': .:r Bmar irritated.Adv. No. 285. 1 i it:\1,1'
jailer's house. Tucker "culled) out and in Miami this winter. The company dI .
Cullen
asked who knocked. has a large number of of army -- A "About, ... -- -----_ ... ._ -
Tucker went to the back door and and } I It -.,. '- --'-"'--- -" -'
and navy .planes of the latest type At /mi) early hour Tuesday rn rnini', I : '===""=-: -
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opened it. A large and powerful man wil Imaintam service' her 1110 in least -
a passenger fully men riding nt t I"" < nt.five (2)i tI
rlu'pefhim\ by the arm and! draggedhim twerp Miami and other points.As automobiles, entered :St; ATIIfiisijoe "ci with I I.I! I
from the building, at the same ......, ,_.. uiifl 1 .III-IIIUIMH-II'--.L..I n>.I i run C"r'inillovco ... ing-down:
time thrusting a big "revolver in hi- he lay sleeping 1 in his home. u the negro !'prisoner IM I .Tom. *-. a ache, nuwrnid I
face short distance from O'Brien, about :2.! curried there early :Monday nimii I, "ML''\ p/i 1
Tucker counted eight men in the o'clock Saturday\ morning. Doe Uur- for safe k"'pinjTh" negro! hud I.".ei", i nn.! : .t
narrow alleyway between his house ney, u negro, was inurcleieil. li>' jcu.: removed from the St Johns 'inu-t'' 1\Iy \\10 : e
and the jail. All were masked! with Washington, also colored, who emptied jail earlier in the f'Vl'1II1j.IIlId th< for
handkerchief and held revolvers in the contents of n shot gun into the mob did not securehim.. He !j. hell. I Afier .- f1
their hands. sleeping man's head, and, a..' n result as a suspect in connection with Hi' bet ' | aI
The big man who appeared to be George and his wife are in the county criminal assault on n little white girl:' around : I Till UMVr.RSAL: CAR
the leader of the gang said: jail awaiting action by the grand jury. at Jacksonville Saturday. The mob in three/ I I
"" 'e want the negro who assaulted sifted l on searching the juil after the
all my: Here is the !I"' .: ,1: 1 liiiii.iliniit, a pi-rfcct whirl
that little girl. The home of a Palmetto resident sheriff informed them the prisoner '
"lie is not here. The sheriff just \\'u- ,struck and badly damaged by had been removal to another c"unt> of utility. 1 its into the daily life of ( r
left with him," replied Tucker. lightning Thursday morning. Several This it did, as: well a smnking a thorough i )"" anywhere, everywhere, anil all the
"\Vell," said l the leader, "give us members of the family were in the search of the stockade Evi1 ---- - 1 I"r town und country: it i ) all that its
the two negroes who were in the killing house and many near electric fixtures 1 dently satisfied. ( that the "sheriff, had' (JI'ICK DKA1II: ; implies-a )Uun.iliout. l.ow) in cost of .
of George; Dubose." which were destroyed but no one was told the truth the )band departed a< i I low in fI't of maintenance with
This big masked man reached his hurt. Plastering was knocked oil the silently ai it entered' the city. Sher- I ; ,
hand in his pocket und produced apiece walls, and all light wires were de ,i iff Royce stated that ho did, not knowhl'thpr the sturdy srretvth, ck[''.nclalility and rc-
of paper. "The two men we stroyed. 1 \\ the caravan left to return to !I i Noctunal for which 1 I-cir I c.irsuru noted. \\'e'd Iw
want are Bowman Cook and John Mo- Jacksonville or went /south I II |I Prominent (;. \ a .(.'(1 to have; yiur "r''!'_r forone or more. \Ve
rine. Take us to them and take us- ( Land sells so fast in St. Peter-burg t I Prominent ,: h.ive about in
everything accessories
I I I Ii motor car
quick !" that the only abstract company doing Following an ;order; from their I oral j I .
!i and always have full line "I' genuine
j :
Overpowered by) the men who held business in the city has been considerably chairman Saturday the brother I A prominent ; i : a
their weapons really, Tucker got the rushed handling the business. i i hood of locomotive engineers refusedto !I ceiving the '," I'ord parts---give genuine )JWdM .crvi"c.:
keys and started toward the jail. The West Coast Abstract Company run engirt on freight trains going I friends on his
One of the men produced wire clipper reports handling twenty-four trans- into the phosphate district. This I I '.".i nine nnd > .. I : 1
and began cutting the electric fers yesterday and thirty-one the day action was taken on the Const Line killer. It !Is ,! .
i r wires. However, they did. not cut the before. mfkmg, _n total I tit A n.f t_,v.fi n If_A_ and. It. ,is understood .oy the Seaboard "'pray .I tit n th e 1 ; t &VIU f rl Gar** rr'A" t
r telephone wires, as these are laid underground al.o. Calls came from nil the mines I The mosquitoes| i I! f
,, had told,) the truth when he said that for freights to haul out phosphate and ( finest thing tit i II A. W. & G. A.AndersonSTAKKE II ,
The cell door was unlocked and the sheriff had taken the negro who other materials and practically every: i ercd and never J i : 14rrifl: I
eight men stepped inside and called attacked the white girl from the Jail. engineer in Lakeland was summonedto I work. It has ; h FLA. ij
out, "Bowman Cook and John Morin "'how us his cell" demanded/ the go. The operators were notified by j I does not stain '
*." UiAler.\:! lip and three other men wentto the engineers that unless their safety and Is harmless 'I
Both negroes arose and answeredto the cell where Jones hud been con would be guaranteed by the companies I :Malaria in !:

their names. They came forward. fined. Apparently satisfied, the leader no trips would be made. It was is used. You / I -?' I ,.
"Come along with us," was all the said, "All right, boys; let's go." \I rumored in Lakeland that a long distance meat and! a j . -"'.-_ T: ii>- : t J&-,
leader sad' to them. Tucker said thetwo There was no confusion. The thing warning! came Thursday from I Iri negroes made no protest and aU. hod been carefully planned and the Mulberry from an unknown source covery and '' :Z'{ J ; I

no words. They were seized and quietly men worked with clock-like precision.All that it would be unsafe for engineersto ment Is also <
walked out of the jail. remained silent and they acted under haul freight or phosphate to or tured I by the O. : -J I IFb
The men then asked Tucker if he their leader as one man. from the minea and it was because-of man. Ga.-Adv. _
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I< BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA nun.\\". SEPTEMBER 12, 1919,

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q and allied armies and the Fla., having been in continuous service I'quired. Address P. O. Box 527, Jackson r,. s It. 21 E. according to law, tax deed will .insue, tI,.-,-,."
; 'I I American A. Z. ADKINS.Spicml nn the 2Hth day of September. A, D .
Bndfara: County Telegraph; puopli': of. the war dmttstatod counj thirty-six years seven months and \ ill,'. Fla.HIE ,1 Adastvr. in (,;ban.....,. Wltiusa my official. signature and seal I" ".
I without u suspension. During i A. S. CREWS, the 27th day of "
ontugh *n i'It.'e 'hU' '"I'! 'iiajs I I August A. I) IvlD
I'" j ". should hll\ 0 1
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lost Solictiur for Compl.lnlan9.&t. .
<< 1 L this time he has only forty- W. T. .IEK--!; :
denied ourseheit meat to a great ox- ; C.: & II. HAT FACTORY <(< Si'all .
; ...,'. i ,ight d hays on uciount of sickness and > cit
,
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\ 1..1 It- 4 1 0"
PUItt4heI l \ " 1.1) be By R. A. WE.I
colud sometimes not 123: Broad :StreetJACKSONVILLE ORDKlt FOR PUBLICATION I
I i I li-i.t, nndujrai' .!''nthth ,itv! "HUNS of this time being I -- 1 H-iV-Hi ,
-I .
end! cln' malU-r at the piwl-olln-. III l all <.KLin prescribed small ; While : FLORID In Circuit t Court Ktut of Florid, Elxhth' Deputy
( 'I had at vr for typhoid) ( fever in 18SO. sect Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chaneery. ----- ----- -

P / Starke. Florldii. j I quantities. Kor a lung time we had to 'mi (o"l'l11on he received eight certi-i 1'1'(the owner of and is carrying on the )NOTICE OP APPLICATION; FOR TAX 11.:1:I .

jj i, ,ld without flour ; so-called war flour flcates for best kept section and one mail order business formerly handled I Human Willis Complainant UNVEIL!' SECTION I7S OF TIlE

'A ;:- IVJitor and Owner.J. :j' alaa mixture:' of wood, pulp and some ceirrflrale for mo t improvement all bv the II. W. Clarke Hat ('0. All or- vsLizzie j i GENERAL STATUTES

: F.1'1: \Til1EWS. I ntlicr ingredients, known, only to within a period of. ten yeara. dern; should be Rent to C. & B. Hat Willis. I Notice .la hereby alien. that A. Z Adk....
C.. HOltlNSON.B ofiate I-ditnr.: ---- -+ ------ ; Defendant purihaHer of tax certificate, Town of 81..,..
it. Yet welmic ;
1, t 0 I tho-f( who manufactured LAKE HUTLL'R Fllefory.sr..ntll wanted._ :Send for It appearing by affidavit appended to the No. I U. duu-d the 2nd day of July. A n I i'i'1'

; j | the pmutioiis I (cheerfully in thu catalogue. I bill filed In the above-stated e....., that 1.I..la l baa filed Hind, certificate In my otTict' and las

\ .. .. -- -- belief that it was necessary to do ant 1 W lii.. the diftntiitnt U...,.,. named w n non- I made application for lax deed. to iasuc In so-
--
_SEPTEMBER.--- the current I,nke I Fuller, :-;i'pt. 12: .-!Elder: S. :S.:; i I'' resident of the State of rlorlda, and she re- cordon with law. Sad certificate .mb-.....
t 191 t ti vn th" war. But MASTER'S HALE I Idea In or near the town of Edith, in Clinch the following described property situaUil! in
campaign against hoarders and profiteers Proctor supplied for the Lackawannu [I Notlee j Is herb itlven that under and b, I county State of Georv. over the ftue of Bradford county o'iorld.to-wlt
4. ihurch, Jacksonville. Sunday. virtue of that certain final dteree of foreclosure twemy-ona years ; It la therefore. ordered! that LoU 1 and 2 of Blk 48, LIvingston Ti jby
; hu- brought to light that a11 our made anil rendered on Rept 2nd. 1919. by said non-reHld defendant be and ia hereby. and. Company's sub division town of Stark.
Ilev. 1 11!. I II) .Ilarrell. spent the weekend J. T Wills, Jmlire .,f the Eighth Judicial I .
' pmrhiiiK) was altogether unnecessary required to appear to the bill of oomplaint The said land bvinir suinesiied at II.| d'M,' if
nJ3WI than enough of with his son, B. I O. Jr., in Lake I Circuit. for tlradford county. Florida In chan- flled ,in said cau.. on or before Monday th. the .issuance, of such certificate In the name
thnt there was more Butler. eery. In favor of the Cltnen'a Bank of Ralforil 6th day of October A. U. lulu, otherwise thoalienations of Raymond Jackaoo
hoarded to . eortiorntlon com ,lalnant. and agaInst I : ; i
kind a .
eatables of every up of aid bill will bo taken aa eon.
Unless said cettiflcxto
\ \L:: 1i91OF1ti213 Miss Flora Sapp, who has been! sick J. W Jeter defendant.: the underpinned will /eased by laid defendant- i! shall be redeemed
:; allow us the normal quality and quantity iiccordinir. to law tax dtvd will issue th-is.n.
1 :' for some time, is improving. I nfTir for sale in front of the court huusa door 1
I It I. further ordered that Ibis order be on the 2Vth day of September A. D. IU19Witness .
hours
artificial the of
of food. An scarcity In Stark Flnrlda. during lenal
. I 1'. M 1. t'liil-'r-it and family are visiting official. '
116I71iiJ9 ZQ file on Monday the 8th day of October. 1919. puldiahed once a week for five consecutive I my siKnuture$ nnd . Ilia
."{: \ W.U" ('iruticl in onler to inflate prices in Jasper. the' following described personal property, tow woks In Iho lirailford County Tuleurnnn, the 27th day of August, A. D. 1919.

beyond all rvasun. :Millionaires by t: newspaper publiHhtd In said county and elate. ,iSeall) XV T. WEEKS
III' E.; R. Marshburn. of the state ,
,, 1 ft ... This bepttmlxr 1, lIlt:'. Clerk Circuit Court. .
from this foundation I lay mare y. olil named Fet ; onadiirk I Bradford" 0,111.ty. I |ia.
r the hundreds grew up hospital at Chattahoochec, spent !Monday \ brown hiirse 6 years old named Hilly : W. T. WEEKS. I i By R A. WEEKS,

;.. ) ami their descendants! will form night hi'te" with, his parents I fine liny hors > 7 yearn old. named Dick : one (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. )-i9-6t.! Deputy Clerk .,
the sins of of lilnck mare ;Ihret years old named Beauty, I I i A. Z. ADKINS ,','
28 293O'' i-j-r a money aristocracy. But? Rev. G W. S. Ware Worthmgton. Siiluilor for Oinipliiinant' tl-B-tt 1 __
ehcutnut 4
one mare yiars old. named Etta ; 1 ,
their fathers will follow them unto tho \\ .iin town for a while Friday one dun Jersey bull 3 yiara oil :Inn. black ]I A GREAT KKMKDY

thud and! fourth generations; historywill afteimxm:! enrouto to Jefferson coun- | .It.my cow and calf : one brown Jersey cow ; I Ii I I I -

'H'' It "i- -ml; that Wult Maion has been o\er" point its finger\ of scorn at ty.: i nni>ne. blue cray siHckled Jerwey; cow cow; one and yellow calf toirethi Jersey. cow with i i, N'onch j jNotico j I The merits of Chamberlain's Colic .,

tinS.il'. Aini. Rut Rev. :Mr. Varber had a stop over in all 1 Inertase ]' Is hereby tlvrn that sixty days from ;,
.itioii their
r li While date! as-
4f : rO'I\' t U : tin'in. they can 'I Diarrhoea
lute lo.wif and Remedy well
the city this morning. j on the 2Hth day of October A. are
'iI..f !h.. ,J II! \Mitinir in ihvme A< his ,, tendancy! from the world war, they A. ?. ADKINS, I). 1910. I will present to the county judge. I.
'. lii'll: I'l'lllbl'l"! Ot ''jftlll.' ; iluinc: ""WI'\ "/ ( ()fltfl1fl sl'nse- \ull bo outclassed in public estimation ,\ S. CREWS. County, Florida my tliuil account

--1;; 1 i.iii't; (thiiu. i, i: nil ,mil I with t t that) kind oft by t the desci-ndnnls I of the ill-pan.! beenpending" a few days in Lake I Ifri..nI :solicitor, fir Omplnlnnnt. 1.5.01. I Van nuren and \oueh dcctamd....",. of and the npHly tptat for of the li. approval E:. iic'casionr.lly! a man who had no acquaintance .
the
i dOI>(' ""- in1lit1 I ".V IhIg) to 1..li..v. that snliliers who fought to make, the world Hutli to delight of his many -_ of same and for my final diitcharffe. a. with them nnd should read

i is
I --- I -- -.- have on visit to Georgia. that tht. board of aldermen of Starke Flor- 19111. man at Dupuyer, Mont.( "Four years
a
ff q 4'r( (Oho' t thiwr, thai- will more thnn anything Thc Tampa Tribune snows that the Arch gone Proctor' nmde a trip to Snpp j I'la. ;sitttnK::, .''Auirutit' att a 26.bonnl 1119, and of enitnll/at following: on dnys.tnndi onTuemluy. I Admmlstrutur. uf E.the S. VAN Estate BUREN.of U. 10Iluren. :. VunNOTICE ago I tmi'd! Chamberlain's Colic and

else serxe to bring onler nn'l nieiit dealers l I in lhat i.it> lire .selling I I Sal riiduy. the following changes In the tax 8-2V-BI. I Dinrihoca' : Ueinedy; wan such wonderful

t t back i is publicity The timidity of from I IfiO() to JT: :) .>n file with t the town ARSeftHor of taxea, : rull.1 --- - -- --- .. -. .- I I result that I have since recnm
.
: \
; J lct4ney'' meat at a profit perfiit. ;\Jr. luew' Hall of Jacksonville is A. /. Adklns- Ix>"fs I 2 3 4 B lllk 1 .. '

r ". i of the pi ess is no more. The aims <. I. The average price of Florida. visiting her mother Mrs. Wuldrup. rruliy's, Add-From. lnno: to 1300. In Circuit Court, Eighth, Judicial Circuit.Hni'lford mended it to my frionds."

t"l, t r' uiill doings of )both the tyrnnniral lalifir steak them i'4. :.in to ::.*> n-nts a pound. .1. A .J.M IcKmne.of( Sampsonf Vf Personal$1000 AlvDren -.onnl-From! to I1BOO.II 1800 '7&11.( I County, Florida, In Chancery. I -- ---

I,; I to unions) and the nefarious hoarder The wholesale' pru.e in Tampa thiswrck. 'it.i habeen in Ln1Hutlt.." tin- .1 M. AI.ar.z-I'.on..I--From. 91'IOO' to O. V ComplainantB Brooks; '

into the week visiting his uncle, Hon. M. L.Mt 45nn,, I I I
1 I I unit' profiteers are brought was tf n cents with best cuts \B

k light nnd( nnalyxed, without mercy. No twelve And yet the retail price remains : Kinnev. | A A. L.V\.Alv.r.r..nJlalFrom Anderson--I.eraonal--From J100'to .noo'l( \ A. Carter. A Cene Bryant :
:Mrs. :\Mamie Henderson is visiting [ Defendant I E. Fralick Hdw. &
union)
. 1. needs fear injustice, but he when it sold at six- ,
one any Fame its '
; .. her mother, Mrs. Onio Pons. J. M. Pubose- Lot 8 RIk 34 Johns Add--From It apptarinit by affidavit appended to the
", ,.. may be sure that if he is Kuilty: of nrrirfie teen cents. There are other points in H. L. Fowler has to Jackson- : 1200 to Unit. bill died In the. above stated cause that W. A. .
will not gone Perry Dover-Lots 1214 Blk DowllnK's I Carter the difmdint therein named. is a
j f i against the people, he Florida win' '(' the profiteering I in monopolized \ille I nn II business trip. '! Add. -From $1000 to '1100. non-resident of the state of Florida, and h'reaidence <

'. I be t Whitewashed' or exonerated.Mr ,! by retailers. Let's get after :Mrs. Singer mother of Sam Singer .1. W. Kdv.ards--Pers. nn1 -From tlnn to 100Wm . : I Is unknown: and that there ls no'pvraon I'

j . --- "em. I'alutku N..ws.CElIITEItY is back T Fake Butler after I FdwardMPemnnal. -From HOO to tlJooMrs in the state of urJ.b1', \ of subpoena i Furniture CoIn
I i' 8"'t\ 't j.1. -- -- in an extended Eva rernnmlea 1 A In SW Cor of NW' upon whom: 1';': defendant I Innd I

: OV. Ca-well, our efflcientoufity visit in New York. iiuarttr of SE: quarter anil I A In NW that he. la over the ago of twenty-one ,'

has figured out that it'' : : NOTICE S. B Ca; "on, of New River was a i Cor of SW quarter of PE: quarter. A..... 2** yearn.I .
Q; (' agent, I' 'I 1 22- -From' UOOO to $11500 I 1 is therefore ordered that aaid nonrestI I
visitor Lake Butler !
to
cowls Himlford county farmers yearly Friday morn- /I CtlM : tjll. Q ?. IM.K K A., B aMil detlt defendant be and in hereby .o"lr..d toappear '
II '" ' '
ing. 'rin, 4.ft.. ;;: i"'s : to the bill of compla nt filed; in"saIl l lcause
itt,000, ) to the corn weevil There will be a working at the Snppcemetery. I pt n fl Alvarez's Add
: $l< support | Starke Hardware Building ;
t on or before Monday the third dny of (
; :Sheriff; Epperson, Attorney Knight |, From I 1800 to $9S0.
thalt is, tho post annually destroys near Kaiford, :Sept. 25th. of Starke W If Hr..n--; A on V side of 8E: quarter November A. D. lUll, otherwise the allegations -
.j : IUIII to make thegioundt and, Superintendent Poppell of nulcl, bill. will be taken confessed
Everybody help
about! BO.flOO() bushels of corn This come I of SE quarter of NR: quarter 29 6 22 aa
t I the Friday. by said defendant
befiutiful., were in city Frum $100 to $1150.Pi'r.'onal'From .
.1 1 I '( statement and. some striking proofsof MRS. O. II. GORDON. I Peti'i 1C' ue wita business visitor. ,, $150 to '200, It In further ordered that this order be pub- BRUNSWICKTALKING

"" the weevil's. (tI."tl'u..ti\'m'' preHeited to Lake Butler Wednesday., j i N. n. Hull-11. IB I.otB original 2 l. town and -W From 40 ft 16601)lots fl to AMk I IS In llHhed the. once Krndford a week County* fur curht'Telegraph consecutive, a newspaper welia" -

t '| in a telling way to the farmers MW(: KI\ER M.\ M. Hale of Elzey Chapel, was in i' isono.I publmhed In said county and atate.

I r by I Mr. CiiHwell has l'nulI'cth'm\ to town trading, Wednesday. 1 1r. I I .,... Kite- -Lot 2 A 4 blk R original. town- Th,a 27th day of August A. I U. 1 IUIY
t I 'i From. (TOO to $500.l'erenaiFrom W. T. WEEKS.
:Mis. White and Duke of
. "x'W' look and listen, and an offcctur New RiverSept. 12.-:Mrs. C. M. Dewey t00 to II COOl 'iS'all Clerk Circuit Court.
j inmpnifrn nir.'inst the weevil has :\ visitor here ; iMve ;Mile, were .shopping in Lake l I; ('. LIvlnvHtnn--All SW quarter of REl JOE HII.T. WILLIAMS. MACHINESPathe
J.'Kinney11t Suiulay. ,
a Solicitor for
Butler Wednesday. l nunrter W of creek, ex |M>rtions Bold- Complainant. 8-20-Bt
I>"M( n beifun All that is re f Shaller of Providence
I' I kil 'uir the pest is tight cribs and the for Jacksonville. George business., was '!'I.J C Mannlnir. Lot 7 blk 36 John. Add.- NOTICE' OF APPIICATION( FOR TAX hEEl)
. in Lake Hutler attending! to
p U" of a ('hl'mknVc! hope no farm'riA (C.1.: McKmnoy: went Aluihua Prom S *110 to 1800.. UNUhR: : 8KCTION: B7S OF THE and Gennett
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Wednesday. I' .1. M MitchellI'uraonal\ -From 11750 to
CENEKAL: STATUTES
shortsisrhtod enough not to In- Saturday and" Sunilny to visit his
L4 ( pa t2210
has sold his Hereby notice I.
I Lacy Douglass grocery given that Bradford Coun.ty -
I''ntll.r; ,.. anlIr : I if O; Mnaon -T'.onal-F..om 1SOO to 2000.
A .J.Me
; .
1 rll n little extra expense to ptit his Kinney.Mra. business to Leon Chancey.: Bank a corporation purchaser of tax sale Records
-.on..I-From! 1100 f 100r
|II' S. McMillan to :
certificates numbered respectively .
and 125
Rivers and)
I coirn, house in shape for the combat of daughter Mildred : II. Rosenberg has bought the Douglass : 5. IVekPersonal. -From $700 to 1000. UO) i-Buid by the. tax collector. of Bradford

i L th* pest. Not to do .so would,.. very left Sunday for New I Hope. & Knight grain house. Sinclair Perk -I-ots 6 and A bib 6 orln. town county rlorlda said certificates being. dated,

t L Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Johns and children ! Mrs. Sidney Rivers. of Cleveland From $1000. to $12X0 the 2nd day of July, A. U l 11117. loll, has filed 1 he Brunswick
pour economy. .1 II. -I'.onal-Fom $100 to MOO
r of I said certificate In office and ban madeapplication
.Jacksonville are visiting :Mr.Johns' my
who is her father J. G. \ $2000 to
: l. - Ohio visiting Sam Rn..nbrror-J..on.\-From for tax deed to insue In accordancewith ,
si.t'r11'8.: Win.
Hodges this | ( 'olsi>n of Pini Hill was n visitor to I2r no. law. I of
(Miammns complain that their cold week. Lake Butler one day this week. : .1. D StnnsellT.ot 8 \IS 10 blk 11 Temple's The said rertincalca, respectively. embraces I plays all makes

T diink vendors charge ten cents a .1,.1V.. Lewiof (Ilrook.r, was a caller I sililFrom $1000 In 11 000. I (the following lands In Bradford county. Hor- :
i Maik Driggers, of Baker county, I F !V Thomas-Personal-From $BOO to $800. ida, aasessid at the date of the issuance of
Rljiss for so-called lemonade, concocteili at New River Tuesday was transacting business in Lake But Mrs T.out. tt..lo.-P".on..I-From. $100 to 'u.h certificates. In the names respectively Records perfectly

I from a little citric acid! u spoonful'I ler Wednesday. >' The 9500;'n..l..t aldermen. will be In session hereinafter particularly, set forth to-wlt: I
Certificate* No. US emhracee the
LOM following ,
I :; ; JIIUm :
;- of! sugar and water and call them on Tuistiay September. 21. 1II19.) to hear cornlilnts Com at NE Cur of west half of northwest
pififiteers. Those. who yearn for suchhlips j FIVE MILE i, ', If any there be. whv, the valuations quarter of southeast nuiirUr of northeiwt MUnrt. I Come in and let us
Long Biulifo. Sept. U:!.-.Jesse Ca I tit fUnI by them shall tint ".tani.I .'r nnd run W 200 ft to a pt of, heir 1 th,'m.
1 I I should. bo I thankful for not being I I DeWITT C. ..TONFSI : S JI.1 ft. W 10 ) ft, N 24B Ii E Ins ft to pi ,
S r'I") iried mure. If they were, they son Butler was n business visitor to Lake Five Mile, Sept. 12 Marcus: Deklc .V FTTTril Chairman Council. ,of b;'... Sec 28, Tp :fl. S R: u K a ses.. d I demonstrate .this
Saturday. I' Clerk ;meTowns, ,
'made a business trip to Lake Butler
wu1 f cxi'r tr're. is asked. for anything.M: ilt 1k Bridge, after quite a delay. ]'I !riduv. I TOW---oon---; : .; I I' t I;I. :l l.l. _'0 In Starke ansixsid N'V rrancia I Machine
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\ Rhett Drawdy returned Friday froma .
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N.I'lee I in I I. Iv l\rn that the following
k !ll'inni'i', I ti"uristnnd. workmen overburdened Mis l . i ;. W. Supp and I Harold, Sapp visit to relatives and l friends!> at .1. .rrlbe) InnI! will be "olil at public auction Unless saId certificate, nhall .1.. redeemed

, with monex, all spendniir wiri' i in Lake liutler Monday.Mis. Plant 1'ity Tampa and Valrieo. ..n t tlio first M..nilny In Oetoher. 10ll. It helnir 1
;\ H. J. Sapp went to Worthington the flth diiv of said month at Clarke' in th. I
lax'ishlx1. hm e made. profiteers of all\ Jnn (Parrish left "Friday for a visitwith
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: to her Mrs. I eounly' of Hrmlford state of Florida or soi CWDO \. )3io. !haxe aiKthintr t tn sell, nnd thef Monday see daughter/ lelatives at Valrieo.I i, mu h lhrcof ns will be necessary to pay the fTII'i:
:Mutt\ who has been sick. I, ;; for herein otipnslte I the::
( v who Hie not ,profiteers nifty rrtim- I Dewey Duke and sister Miss Delle, iitnittint fine taits set
; ;\ totpethir with the eot>t of such sale and ,
Misses [ ('arl and I'ullil'et'Kinnl'Y.: : nnie
; but the nsked. visited., their ;Mrs. Chas.
; 1T, they pay; prices aunt Douglass 5,11,'rtt.iinic.'r I
WilY to nni'll!' pnifiteenngf/ i is to re.n of New Hiver were guests of Miss. Thursday and Friday I .1 I '. :II. ;m..n t.Ms 5 8 7 of blk f In .Tnnrnilcl. . "j

Uliinche Moody Sunday. I ;Mrs i Amanda (:inmey left Saturdayto I also lot of 1nn.l Iwunded F by Ti-m.
to pity exorbitant prices! on the ;Miss\ Ruby ;Johns was lulled to the i tic live. N by N. T Hitch. W bv Rim.ilerni.n .
i/II/.t visit her son, Jno. Giimey, at Oknhumpka. In 28 8 22
S Pratt
!!" we can do without though xve I lane. by street.
OJ' beside of her little nephew at Sampson I I THXIS and Cod .. 1140.
' ;yet for a while submit to beinf( last Thursday. I B. L Duke business visitor Mis Florence. F.:. HrooksLot' 10 11 of blki
was a
I, hv the throat by the profited I r.J! Itenfroe( was a business visitor i J' In T.'opiu' add 2S 6 22 -TII '. and i '
| Luke Butler I
to Saturday.Misscai I ..
1 i < 0 t .a:1 71
) buying; t the thing- we are cu'n1' to I lake Butler Saturday. Dello and !Mae Duke attended liiltiw, Hutu I."' :1 of blk 42 In T.. T. To'sub k C. Jones

pjlled to hnv. [l'ear -(' (Crews Donald Adkins and the ,v. O. W. unveiling at KUy's: : I iliv of NE quarter. of NE quarter 28I
1 ieiald; A.lkins. l left for I'alntka Sun- I f :> TIIMH aol. costs fl.("1I ,
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i I none Cox Ml blk
I :-.1iamin < HUMat" l.i-t; hec'nine, tind dux evening., I| Messrs D.-wey Duke ..T'lfVat..rll., I oI f NE: quarter: : 60nJ: .: iiuarter i 28 *fl 22 -
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'Jim' Douglass. ; and Math i Invt n.t cost. $1 7ftE TInrclwnrcDAVIS
Sheppard
cf the inee-snnt and tinronionableF .\ ( jOUU( HIX'OUl : XV Prlvimr* F': -One lot ton ft square InI
Dukes attended the annual meeting I W Cur .,t SW quarter of SW quarter
demands of the labor
and
H 6 22 Tnxes and ..""te. *l.M. I
J'ini there and have decided that theircity's The United :States; Railroad! Admmisttation I The annual meeting of Bethany MiA F I>rliii. ". m. Five A In RE: car of. :
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sp .t RF quarter In 29 B 22
shall not he retarded Bulletin of a recent date iiuarter
1 progress Primitive Baptist. chun convenedSaturday Tnxis' ami costs. 1 0 M.'II ) .
1 ,J )I'i bands of'' industrial robbers. Ev- contain the following reference to and Sunday. Elder: :M. O. 1 M rllenmn: II blk ::18 in t. '1'. Co's ,

: i'ry huxiri'ss man and contractor with :Mr. :Miles A. Warren of DeFuniakSpiings Touchstone, of Quitmnn conductedthe I I ,mlb,, iliv of NE: quarter of NE: nuaiter 2s I .
"2 Tnxes anil cowl'*. $11 OBMr
: It"y backbone has joined the "Oreater J who is. H former citizen of services. Several visiting brethren ,, I'). I.. .rnn.--'I!' 22 ft of lot 4 and N i

Niami Asiocmtion, ," which has for its rirndfiiiil, county and 1 bus many friends and sisters were present and all I in {t of Inl a
henwho will be interested In reading I jx 6 22 Taxe ant ei..t SBI V
enioyi'il the meeting. r-:::
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olijeot to make the < Hy iprfl shop. I Mri I D I. France-On lot at NE Coo
IIf his fine record. railroad man : 1
IJ flo that non ,union men be eixen an a I I.. C. .lohnsiin was looking after I I nf Mk ) .'..no". add, and run N 110\ *ft. W- QcruCIIDICQmr.CI1OClCt: !: ! ''Cl:1MrJr.II'IICmIIDCIOtr.J'lCtI"JOClIDo: : : : (! jJ'IrmIJU'OnnM: (
L Superintendent Sallmarsh gives:' the business interests in Lake Butler on '10 ft. SilO ft. E 21 n ft to be* 2a 8 22-
equal chance with the union men nt following. i splendid net-vice record' : :\l.Vari'en l. Tuesday. Tuxis' aol costs. U- 00. __
the wnges at paid. The union .\ \ l track laborerat Fib: It l.nann LOt, 3 4 B 9 of blk C Ini RIsi 1 .
present began ns a
I Mrs. ( ;ieo ..1..hn"ln'i"itf1d her i inir. ail. '. fl 2Tn',""* and costs. $ l'"llullll I
t F men wh.. want in. di tnte' who. shall Holts, Flu.. Nov. 5, 188J ; promotedto ,t"lIlthtc.rr.: ... Ernest Johns in Lake IliirolwllieTot 2 hIS 42 IT. Co's


that "H I II I wll free/e over" b". ..UPl'I'\'i..or. I 89:)$, now supervisor withheiilquarters I I .,. N. Roberts and family attended W f\f'j3 unit-Taxe n..wo\'lh-On.* and costs. $1 lot. (IB.bounded !S b"

fore :Miami hall b'I'OI11I' "scab" | at HeFuniak[.. Springs, I the W. I O. W. unveiling. at EUey's: hogan alley, _w by tlay st N hv.tk-_. _'
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tfwn. [If the "(;roator :Miami; ,\ssnitjon" | I Chapel Sunday. | Rnvmonil son l Jack..n-Tn', I 2 blk 4S I.. F.. & -

; will m.>t back down it will _) Little Frielden Dukes l is no better Co' aub rtiv. of NE quarter* of NF. quarter Agency Est. 1886 I :-w' Ready
and Di) King thinks an operation will 2S *fl 22 -Taxen and co.t.. 80 90. .
I fin The arrogant strikers will soon : You Do (More Work, '. have to be performed on his knee. \. O J."kln.IHk. 37 8. of I. T A Cosuh A real help to the farmer
lio\ out of fund, as they Have up nor dlv of NE quarter of NR quarter 28 and Oldest Seed
You are more iiiiihitioiiH and you Ret more :Mr. and, ;Mrs Dukes. have the R'mpn-I 8 22 -Taxes and lonU. 1110. I INSURANCESTARKE largest
believing that when
rjioney; they enjoyment out <'f everythinii when yuur thy of the .entire community. Mm Tere.su" I 1..ltrll-T.f 4 fl II It of blk House in the State.Martin's .
; <7 me to run the government they cnn I> In RiKln a.Hl 1 2S 6 22Tales an.lMrsC'j'"v"l.1nd.e
r bl(1lot\ iit |!oud .ixlitlun. lmiunties|, in Our school house is. finished and,

'Aily bring about nn old 1 aue pension. the bltHvl luue n very tleiireiisiiitl died on school will re-open as soon as we get 1 ,- E half of blk 27 In I,. : : lly-tert! SeedsI

Give the "trikert mpo inotieh and the system ".au..iiit) weukness laziness, a complement ot teachers. | T A Co's add 28 8 22 -1'.... add costs I I Insure good crops!

they! will hang themselvenThn nervoiuiit-ss, acvl ,,,'knttsikOVU'9 I ;Mrs. Amnnila Thomas has returned Henry$5 ."plirfonl. Lots 2 4 of blk 4S In I,. T A.MARTIN SEED CO

I ------- CI I 1.\S nUiSS: Chill IO.MCrrsturi'S from nn extended, 1 visit. with relatives i A Co.s sub dly of NE quarter of ME ai4

country needs'killt.I workers LnerKy:: ; mid 1 \ .,,,IIIY I ly rurifjuu i i in Georgia.Mrs.; I. .,.,o.tpr 28 8 22 Taxes and eo.I. 't "0. Jacksonville, Fla.

I Jnd laborfrs i>'i the fnrnn. in the Dud LnriUniu time l.od. When you feel .. 1'. P Dekle i is. on the sick list I A B Temnle Rn.lney. mid F.t. 28-Ix.t 8 22 I :2 Taxe 1 4 of..blk..1 eonts 1 In I

\" mine*. 'in the shop, on the rnilmmlx its dirifijihenu HIM-rniiu, ": itTett. .e this week. *.UU.I .
everywhere. huw /clIl'h'/ "lur. In liu ihttks ut.d: luw I Our people are busy planting their I M lpeneer l .'ta III 10 of Mk 1 Wynn's I
and thy are not to bo i i' iniprovi' hit, uixii-tiie.' you will then I' I 51'I.'')' ."" 6 22 -Tax's and Costs. '2 ItO
frill irardens' ; this week. I I affiffiroammFARMER ;JcOOG1tJ1mIlIIoof! {
Bid 'in suCli lent numbers. Therefore Will Sanderlols. I 2 of blk 12 i I" I. T A .
1 1 ik 0'1| rcnatu ill true tunic \'it'uciRovtrs I ;Mason: Alexson wife and mother :, c.,'. sub div of NE O'tarter o' NT:! nllarter I.St

!. the bill now before congress to stop ( i r \srrLtschi.i: ; IUMCis of I.ontrwood visited i relatives hero' 214 6 22 -1'...... and coots $2 -ofnknown8 . L LI.

I immitrrntiun f..r nn ind'-rtnite} time t 'nt It Is I I hI' Alexson has hut \ In NK: quarter of quart r I
in' n |inn i iiiLiiicini s'yn|PsY t week :Mr. recently It.... J-4 A m NE: eorn., '
I bouM be killed. The surplus populii- 1KUN': und gltMM.i.sjieiided) : : .t ;.nip.S .. I'I received his discharge from the I of l iin.led SF qnnrter E by .......n line !S' by "". W I I

ton of F'tirupinmst: find an ontl-t ) |,lcisiut e.LII i.nlurtn like It. loelilixxl service by niitch "lnc. In Fxerly's I add. 21 22 I i Is
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nnd, if . hnt) ni.i-lsQuiiiiic! r.> t'u'.Cflt[! and! t"ONto TBVH nnd Cost*. $11 4iM .*
v. < our doors in their fncs I|I :Mcsdiimes Allen and Osgood Green. >. 6 7 e 101't.' acres' BROWN has to
Wil.lrt a seeMs
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s they will ir. to Itrazd and. Ararintjipa Lunch it. TULIC) rc'i' .I l/e! t"Milt H't'lties -'|" I l!lof Brooker. visited their! mother and a,1.1, :S8 0 22- T.xw and ens?.. JIB'SJames gone

f t, where tln-v arc received with never fail drive i'ut iinpuritic-s. in '' ilaughter'ednesday.. They were ac-I i We..nnM.* Th S .hnlf of n oieee of. wife's folks
the hi. od.) Hnd ,d.-erlb: a. be. at a mint -1 '
V>pon arm l rr.< take tin- contemplated I i I companied home by :Misses! (Pearl and \\' of 'lW'r of "..f'.on aol Broml",,B" I
.Pi.r .t.f (,IWS
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TheSirt-nfith-C.-.1 .
step wr will soon regret it and Ruby Cr-'en: who hnd been spending eta anil nn W 1I' ft to Ornn. .t Vl
TASTLLbSS itu',' I"I' I bus IUIM- .' ft. !S CIO ft '0''
several days here with relatives and I ft 'o Call at. E J0
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tmiirrut'"n' t". Chun's friend-I 1I !e.r.q KITE: DeWitt C. Jones has to Atlanta
Our
i ur most gone
tie than .t.ii.. .y.th.) irs. ,i I. i
> ____________ I I Colleetor., Town of !StarVe. Ha' ,
1 fhrofttoninir troubles just now are on would,' ride ti I 'ii. .lij'' 'rn >. 11 ,>!'Jf .ij''i' i.TASILLLSS Tax I
i 1 I THE: I I.OKII1TIMKSFMOV: :; to buy goods
ac'ount of there heintr a .scarcity of : ill: .11'.I.linnuniliir \1'lTFR'! SOT ? g
t f t'1'' nnd Mi1 in.: M tints n responsible" traveling .
j Itnmhrrll t. in fnct n retrogression, > repre- Notice l I. hereby .l-en that nnder and bvlr ij
more m rki-r l"nve t't' countrv. neede. i a bu1.-m,I 1,111. atret.isd I iM.in.t "s't.itlve for uhsrripli' nnd adver ,' '"c of tBt certain nnnl decree of' '..ro. g

tome jTbe f 'mini. 11 ,;' t .'i i.; iai t I- eWnrimn' ,.. an.l. render.iluvnl 1". In\n\]
( in this and
ti..inI"pnrtmrn'! ,
"ifer It. The black county IilcIo'' has
'. f" few heep d.iy. nnd Y'II .11, "t 'I !It< in utiy <1ru b<' I T W1I' l"di'. of the '"" > Dad Fling's wife gone up North
,. wi'iil I "" ;in with th<> well\ ,IIHlioced ., ... pil'ofnHtr: ''prrllnrv.II..r. part: time .lr..11.l ..f Rra.I'i'rd" ('o"tv. Fine' da In Chan-
Uitt
wo'ilil fll,1 I limp wnv nf copiinif -store-bOc"- |I"-r ----.-- rp'1uirl"d.'r" >' or rnmmls lnn. Give c.-v','..f a In ..fa-i'rn..n or of tbe, eom'Iio't ntlwnn Hank.n.1 of.tfltI"nalF" ... and Dad is holding down g

|1" re If(0 down bra- full pnrticulnrs n" to territory aid rvnnl' t mann, it. .
unvwnv to yea
T mom
Hr.,,,. tnst.'ea. .. chil.resture .00.... Vae ,. .. .
.1.
und..I..1 will uffer! the business. Come in
..t.-h.-a! the
;t'.ieksi' flrd that one of the irrontfnctnm rnn rovt-r nnd r"frr..n"re.f"r. fem'sn's H
of 'Ualltv .&3. I., > :y hy vJrlfvto* ao.l ei.> .\ ..... '.r r', ..11" "intes.t'nhnJacksonville I In f-nnt of the court holier. rtnnr at IJarteFVi .."
upbnildintr this /
in ; country la diir n., the lenil t'oes ofale n
itching tn. bloixl 1 ,, i mi ...n fr.i t. MrvntftBniln and him
) see
"la of Oetrbrr 1O1" the
linn bo.'n the immigration from Fl.l. i, t..n4ao the "fi I
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luvUuruuui.! 'fOptImJtc > r .lIon 'is.e .1. .,,11..1 r.sl. 1 estate .sltuat.1 In
Furore funM' who aim to po''"e! stf ---- -- -- p.-il'-i| rnnntv F1"H,la. to-wlt "
I |, world trails. afford to let other r\iv: -- "> v on 'lOnE. :' Cn'-'m'icin': ten chain v.i-.| of north if
. of 'enitSmTl.r -
"art e
th. VF ei" r nf northwest
ration pet ahead of us ? 'I' V nIl "H'I.\S ?., 'i,.. .n.1) run 1 .H feet thence "II .1.. ..

._ -- Thought. ,rr, , .nth. ..t "i..t ,ItO feet thin M '! feet

l >nnnr* r!>17 nndp ,I 11IS! this nation It c.wtU"" 'I" ,- t i I" \.i I ,.Z": Injuries f'..1!"! m lb? ,... "r n,, n lorulil,.. No then sIn. riteS! ? ..f wav of A r I. rlht f 'I
.., all In northwest
to n'aec "vlnn'n.
t "it-elf on "intii'i \m "ti d.| r th.., th'JMrJ '. thnn I' i """, pl.." or ""u.'I.! no money re. .way.....*,.. ..f southeast quarter .,f !t. t' 1 .<. T',> "" ":"' :<: =;.;Q==-.J. w 1lii8W




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\ }<'IUD.SlI"n: "um 12.0 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOKAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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: }<'JUI>.\1'. SEPTEMBER 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 Tt K:>DAY. SKPTKMllKIt:: :: IIi FUIUA! SEPTEMBER: : 19 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER: 29(


I Gaiety Theatre I I Fritzie Burnettei MAE MURRAY IN PuTaniDiinlArlcraflFeature HARRY CAREY in Monroe Salisburyin


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). We Cater to the U.'tot- i i IN i IIITGON: TilE MIGHTY I
00 SLOW!
DANGER itorEu
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The Kent "e Offer. VELVET HAND It" .onI.1 If the'il .ori'.m If ho .|M>k. to The conflict, uf a miuhty man and a clever
SHOWS START AT !9) She danced her WHIT into bin heart that she I her. I woman I
p.m rnUtht ruin 11111\0.. oar uf herllollis last !
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] Knight returned Sunday Oxfords and Pumps ut Stump's.]! t

from Uiijtonu lh'ach.'here he hail i

: spent the past two weeks with Mrs.J. Capt. D. C. Jones has gone to Atlanta I
K.: :Maines and sons, Hal and J. E. to buy a new stock of goods for
Bits of LocalInformation Jr. ,I1
: e his hardware store. :He was accompanied
by Mrs. Jones.
:\1 i..s'sIatlie! Berth and Ruby i|

liuisden, who had been visiting their''
grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Huisden, I The W. T. Weeks chapter U. D. C., KNIGHT'S MILLINERYYou

have returned to their home, Koenansville. met Wednesday afternoon and held

C.r..l./. Omr ?_. ., :a.j&.i. ___ Osceola county. their business meeting for September.
!1% AJ .....,,4 tm .*. c..... mm* Tftrm.VUMBB Arrangements were made to serve
The Ladies Aid Society of the Unptist dinner to the veterans of J. J. Dick-

\ mmmmtI ,. i-liur.h will not meet until the i ison Camp ii M.inanna: Day, I the 27th
g' I II .. .- '. m in '----\...i I regular meeting in October at whichtime of this montli. The Confederate

UnIOn sets, J. F. Kickliter. U.I I his store where baby plans will be perfected for n bu- Veterans Reunion will be in Atlanta
terrapins just
/niir to be given in December. Time in November and 1 the local chapter is
--- ---- out of the excite much interest.
+I" --- egg_\. and I date will be announced later. honored by having\ one of I their number cordially invited! to
Unbleached --- -- Oll arc
sheeting, 83) inch, 25 Mrs. 1.. A. Davis, appointed as

cents .. :Morgan.Col. J. V. Junes and his mother, :Mrs. :Men's :\Ion"t'OJ..iu:; Work sponsor for I the second division of

-- - Wiley Jones of Hampton, were visitors Shoes $1.75!> at si Urnl)'>!. "Florida' ('UII f""I'III,1('1'1111'. Tho attend the opening of y4:
4 A. V. Long made a business to :Starke: :Monday.-- October meeting' will l bo held 1 1 ''

trip to Waldo Friday I .--- .- :Mrs. J. I 1C WiUmi, us hostess. ,

Ilolhs Knight returned home Sunday I Niles Kay: who has been spending Wllh'l Fall and 'IVinler ]Millinery
A. :M. Darby was a business visitor the J bust week with relatives and
' to Jacksonville :Monday. I night from Daytona Beach, .wherehe friends, went up to Jacksonville yesterday XLASSlFIEDADVERTISING
spent the past two w.ks.with where he will spend a few days / and Notions

iends. before returning to his home in Dune i
;. Vermin E. Jones, the Hampton merchant
was in Starke :Monday.Dr. I din.
:Miss Lottie Warren 6f the Rising ,I Friday September 12th 1919KNIGHTS '
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section, left Saturday for :Molntosh, ins motored to :
A E. Russell, of Brooker, was Col. A. Z. Adk over OMv: ; (KM:: A wean .'OIC01 ISSIIK.:
a visitor to Starke Wednesday I where" she will teach during the coming Pablo Roach Saturday and, returned CASH IN ADVAMb M
- [ term. home :Sunday: evening accompaniedby Ad,r,tut IIH "nto iniirrliil under thU brad
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'I __ must bti imiil/ in aihNitro. No dtrrlliirnimt
ii: and their little, daughters
H. Witkovtiki A Mrs. Adkins \
was in Starke on .
2ftFOU
fur one Insertion urcpintd for !Ira than i I'd
business! Wednesday. II Dr J. II. !SeUlen, the new principalof who have been spending, the past ,
I the in two weeks at the Ocean View. Hotel. ,
Lawtey school was Starke I II ,I :SALKSteam'; : / Pressure dinner, t
lies grade Bleachin:{, 1.nrf I |> I I I -
51 iaiiKiUsed(. only twice.
quails
1ide.r; cents a > ardtu:; lp'S. I Judge lames Kelly of :Madison, !i A liargain.' | Apply this ollice. MILLINERY
wns in Starke the first of the week,

S. M. Driggers. of Lake Butler, I II Now is the time to buy Jins-; 'I shaking hands with his many friends.
1 During his stay he'as a guest of WANTED Six good large oxen,
Wednesday in Starke.
spent hams
for the Children's School
I, Col. and Mrs. A. :S:>. Crews. must be well) broke. Bray liros.: a Starke, Florida
Ures'es. (;Jinchnms 25 cents a I Dupont, Flu -12-2t..
Sweet Rose Flour, J. F. Kickliter.l yard at Stump's.
I I Mrs S. K.: Brownlee arrived In. j

I3. R. WitkoNski, of Jacksonville :Starke'; Wednesday! after a short so- !FOU SALK:-Three brood BOWS with

. was in Starko the first of the week. Miss: Georgia Epperson: and Margaret journ in Atlanta and North Carolina. I pigs 2 to 5 weeks old; also 12 shotcsKmgsley ;:
Dckle returned to their homesin :Shut; spent a couple of days as the lake road. C. C. Cady.
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')'r.ak Lake Butler :Saturday; after n visit gpest of her daughter, :Mrs A. V. H15tf.WANTED. ,
:Mrs. C. K.: Ahern is in Ocala at the with relatives and friends
Long I II
bedside of her sister, who is ill. -- -------
I -One or two fresh milch 1
A. \'. Long and family and J. M: :\1.V.. Lee of Lakeside, was in
,. Laurie Tomlinson is at Kingslcy- Alvarez:: and family have returned to ''town Saturday. Mr. Lee has! lately'sold cows. Write Lawrence Development 1 1To'
n lake, a guest of Dr. and :Mrs J. :M. their homes in town after spending. tint worth of hogs and goats, Co., Brooklyn! Flu !9-5-lt*

. Mitchell. the J past two months at Kingsley lake. and has made, a good thing from his ,
'j ----. peaches and grapes. ]His I field. crops I FOR SALK:-211: head of grade cattle

. R. A. Weeks and family are spend Friends here have received cards this Reason hun been excellent. ((14 cows, 5 calves and J I yearlings! )

ing two weeks very pleasantly atKIIIorsl..y announcing the birth of a son to :Mr. $.5; all around A..1. Johnson, M.

/ lake. I and !Mrs J. 1 K. :Mattox, of Jacksonville 1-:. II. Shipman. a prominent citizen 1), Rlli Cur". 9-5-21. Be Well-To-Do .
Io on September 4th. of Starke; and one of the pioneers in tj I.
Mrs. Luziu Townsend I the strawberry business, in Bradford ,

Is visiting at the home of \VindSOr'l ('UUl1ty'a" here several days thisweek I LOST-One dark brindle; steer, two I ,1 I 'j
We have not received of the
Col. A. Z. Adkins.C. any I
Col. V. old in
new school books. J. W. Morgan.G. on a visit to his father years marked crop split one I;
J. Shipman.) -Green Cove Times our, crop under slope in other. Finder Is of of what make.
matter saving
I). Gunn a part you f ;
county agriculturalagent
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to K.: K. and
report Popped get
for Alachua) county, was a ViSI- T. Liddoii, of Ocala was! guest and A wise management of present day financial m ( "
!Monday at the home of his daughter Dr. and :Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson reward.' !-B-tf.. your I
tor to Starke Sunday. Laurie and Pitt and :'01 1'''II rlt.POn.1I .
sons. interests has everything to do with fut. .
Mrs. C. E. Ahearn. Mrs. Ahearn and ----- ---------- -- your
.
Attend the Fall Opening two Ions returned with him to Ocala. spent, !Sund.-'V Carpenter. ,'evening and Karl:with Middleton Dr. and, FOR SALK-llerkshire pigs, sire ure. f People do not become well-to-do over-night.

Friday 12th.Knight's :Mrs, J. :\1. Mitchell' at Kingsley lake.A I Melton Forest 9th No. 25HG37: ; damArden's
September :Mr. und Mrs A. P. Anthony and They must build each! day a little for tomorrow. "
delicious of fresh Kingsloy Betty i0til! !! farrowed
Millinery.E. supper)
baby have moved to :Mrs. :Mary Weeks' I I
-- .-- cottage on the corner of Call and trout was .enjoyed. April 7, lUf! !!; price, sows, $20; i A bank account is maintained to conserve their

K. ferryman has returned home Cherry streets. -- --- ---- I boars $15 each, or 3 for $50: J. L.Martell funds and to provide written record of income

after "pl'ndinlthe: summer in Spar- ---- -- -. .-- -- -- We are closing out our line of Sri"p, Fla. !ll-fi-'it.: I a f
tanburg S. C.Allen Ladies! and Children' lints at I and out-go. At the same time, their acquaintance -
1
George Hoffman and little Warren .
------- -- - J 95> cents each._ I
Stump's.Th at the bank is valuable ...
C'anova returned home Saturday :Moore, of Jacksonville, came down I I FOR SA1.I--Lal'll:: dank bay horse; a assest a reserve J1
Saturday, to visit lit the home of their SOUIloIIn.1/ gentle work anywhere' for times when honest information and' advice is .
night from :\Iiamil.re! he has :Mrs. Wannee branch 1 train now dorsu ; ; ..I.
aunt J. K. Davis.
1 been with the Hastings ball dub.Sweet 'heavybusie.s hauling phosphateand K years old ; price $1 I95.: l Kmpinemanager : wanted or when credit is needed to carry out
._ HOJIO Halli\ 1-2 miles
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Several carloads of
:Mrs. A. II. Freeman, returned Friday logs. logs
their}
of Hampton. !1)1'23t.I > : plans.
and I crossties
potatoes, rosin afternoon from Gainesville, Ga., Mimeilli every train. They come .
are now being' shipped from Starke in where .she from Willeford and gi to tin- Jri'ss j - -
to attend the
went funeralof This bank makes specialty of helping to advance
large quan'iln her bl'Othl'I'11'. : Walter Will, Manufacturing Co's mill at Jacksonville I FOK( ,) Se".I.l't: : mules.. two wagons a
of :2 foot wood business the financial interests of its .
-- -------- Enormous logs cypress are jroiul as new depositors.We .
New line of Men's Soft Felt included. i I for \VIII1IIt' \\'ulII'h. near Sampson
Dr. O. 1 B. Hazen of Ifrooker
Hats, $2.50 to $1.00, at Stump's. visitor to Starke Wednesday.was IJr.a -- -- 1 1 I City, J plenty of wood near! track, especially invite checking accounts. .None. : i

""I.ell will l leave in u few days to resume The cool breezy weather this week sold cheap for cash 1.1. Fowler* are too large for our facilities and none too small ,
See our ginghams before buying his medical, studies in New Or- has been on account( of a tropical I hur- Sampson. City Flit :ti-IU-VJt. .
too have and careful
elsewheie. :2Uc) :2oc; '!twit; 45c.; :Morgan leuns. licanc blowing westward across the -- --- -- our appreciation attention. ., '.
south end, of 1'lori.Ja.linmi. : experienced \v'AN'1'1-b-Four;; 1 : good block 1 sawers f'
-------
from furious f"i timber, locution.Transput (
some damage ryjuesj good
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--- :Miss Louise i Floreus, or Jacksonville '' ,
winds and phenomenally high tides talu" Colley Gibson, of Mulberry, is visiting spent Monday here with friends.! and so did Key West.! At Ibis writing ISruy II", ,,., Dupont Fla. ;:k
:Moss Floreus will leave for
at the home of his unl'leIesl'rs.: soon Crescent '
I is known what tho !0-12-21.
it not storm
'. City to teach during the comingypnr. BANK OF STARKE
; J. 1- anti W. A. Colley.F. may have done to Wont Florida. .. -- a
.
. ( - .- .- ._-- FIJI: :SALKood: : plow and driving
< F. Stump left this week for Newt --- :Mr. and Mrs P. A. Crosby were h'rsiwagon/ harness' plows' lumber ! The Growing Bank
:Mrs. J. A. Itouborough him returned
York whoie he will buy u large line :
home lifter nisit of ,several weekswith in Htarko last Thursday enronto totheir stove, glass jars, liotlles, bench 1 )
of fall goods the Hrooker; section after ladder ladder otherrueful
relatives in South Carolina. Her home in step and many
-------- friends are pleased, to know that she u visit of a few works to their son things for the farm and E.S. Matthews, Pres. Ceo. C. White Ceiliier I
John Powell has returned home after -
at Oxford Colorado. Th"y'I're home. A. "Frii'denherg, 2 miles
in health. rI
is
a month's visit with relatives in greatly .improved greatly pleased, with the West but northeast of Stun"ke. !M2-2t.I : .
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Georgia and South Carolina. :Mr. Crosby said, he preferred FlorId; -- -
;Mrs D. R. Knight spent Sunday in
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a farming country ii wI had no idi'u FOU SALK--Place: known HH old Kn-:

D. I:. Edwards: of Gainesville, traveling and Lakeutler:Mrs. l.angford.with her Mr.parents Lnngford, Mr. I hanging "his residence.hillmis . iii, .h. (;it tills plaie' jll south of I.aw-
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tobacco salesman interviewed I ti y. f>7 acres in all, nil under a
has been quite ill for the twoxe
our merchants Wednesday.Mrs. 'ks.Don't. past 'here of :Mr. and Mrs. J. stc.i-k, proof, wire fences; :h5{:; acres

-- -. -- I U :Mii'tiiv.,, of Jacksonville, have ro- impio\ed' ; 17 bearing )pecan trees;
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: E. S. :Matthews and :Miss Flor- ; ii-i\c I .d l curds, announcing the birth of L'l.nd tW"'I I be led high
inti paying pricesor
ence Matthews returned home from : their, son on the fourth day of Sep- outbuildings/ ; good water; Inns has
than want by being ,
Jacksonville Tuesday. buying, / more you temh'r. nt th..ir home, 1700 I Irene St. good natural 'I rut 1 nag(". 1 O 1 1 I. Cod- I
told that clothing and .
-- ------ ( provisions i :\ ;Mattox formerly lived in Starke win, l.nwley I Fla.' !-I2-rt.! .
shoes will be higher. Trices will dropinstead
!Miss MaryVells of Dunnellon, who I and his friends here offer congratulations -- -- - -
I of
rising higher.
had been a guest of her aunt, :Mrs.J. ------- fin the advent of his first.son. CATTLK: !FOR s.\I,1'f: AUCTION! : We wish to thank our many friends and pat- t

P. Tomlmson, has returned home. Wednesday, October 1 I. I9I'! !', I
for the liberal
.-- Full Opening Till) Hats on Display will sell to the highest and best rons patronage extended us.. We

arrived in Friday, September 12th.KniJeht'H bidder, all of slot k (""ttl. Sale
Carey Ennis of Tampa linfstht'sIillinerv.: my announce daily arrival of fall dry goods notions
Starke' Wednesday for a visit at the MillineryMrs. i I I Opening) Date, September 12th < will open. at 10 o'clock Kvr-rybo: ly ,

home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. :\Iorgan.Ien' 'I II - -- -- - --- invited. J. J':. Douglass. Cuilfnrd; , and ready-to-wear. A new line of wash dressesfor
: G. C. Bates! and little son, of'I Fla. !9-12-St.
Shirts 7." centsto :-;prinll'tlt'ld.10.: ., arrived here Wednesday I I The young, people who arc going - ----- -- Children, Misses and Ladies, suitable for
:\ Dress : awiiy to ftdi-gn! will soon bn taking
and are visiting at the homeof FOR SALK:-:My Ford eoupelet, 1917 school
and
$2.50 at Stump'a.O Mrs. Olin W. ("*1&"f nAmong those who will out door wear.
:Mrs. Bates1 sister,
model 1
Hrinz-Springfield Btarting-
home shortly anGeorge: :\ nndCarl ,

I D Godwin, who owns one of the White. Alderman of Lake Rutl"r, Pitt lighting system with Willard, stor- Our line will show a saving of about 33 1-3 t
best farms in the Lawtey section, was : Tomlins.w. and Chaq. Jienslev, ofStarke. '' ago battery; mechanical condition, I

in Starke on business Monday. for Emory College' Atlanta; good. run only :5500; ) tnilo.s. To make per cent since we have bought our line.

---- 1 John Powell and Horace Wilson, of (|uick' sale will take I'WIOO: : Dr

:'olis'lllIrguf'rite: Shriver, of Brook- St.irke.' f'nivorsitv( of Florida" ; Drny- freeman Starke Fla. H-2-tf.! The store with the line you wish to buy.
week'svisit ton ( 'alley Sth tsnn Umversitv MissRuth _
returned home after a ; ,
vr, has IS YOUR LIFE --- ------ -
I with :Miss Jeannette :Matthews. Digits. We,lovan College, :Macon Special agent for Sweet Rose Flour.
1:11: : II"Kalhr.'n, Alvarez and FOR SA I.fRn: acres! of land, allfinred

aquarium In INSURED? f'l, riTi'i- "alt"I"I"rida Wnmans1 ; 28 acres in cultivation; 5 I

E. E. Can va has- -an-.. <'.,'!'i. k"' Tallahas; loom house, barn and smokehouse; THANKING YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE

= = ------- - fruit
-- -- - -= -- -- s.innp young trees; fine land
r CASKETS" !< I REPRESENT THE Special prices on all Ladies for peiuns or fruit; t miles from
COFFINS" -
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Waldo, :2! 1.2 miles from Graham; ;
Ard H full I Iln; "f MUTUAL LIFE INS. W mr+':t7I"I:+lmlw'rmmnltTrra'rtrr.! ..,f'mtlI'! ".t mile from !school Price $2.001)! .

jnJertakers';! Siipijl.es CO. OF N. Y., THE Monuments and Tnmbsfnnes( U, M. JIhnKnn.VaMa, Fla. 8-29-St! GRIFFIN & JOHNSStarke

Automohil llt-arM'\ i
3 S. M. Lake i 01: SALK: 12 farm
Al-wayh: or hand., Th test service OLDEST COMPANYIN DRIGGERS Butler U are half mil
(' Starke all under
in wire
the lowest price.*. ,::1"< "( -A'' Agent for good
at
THE U. S. fence, most tit it stumped, well

tf nrion it: "lcrraph I orders I i Valdosta Marble Works drained highly (cultivated f room Florida.

louse, burn parking house
,
,: ; Emba'merDeWITT"c. Years of H syrup
tm..hrp.d Satisfactory
service mill
JOS. E. WILSON > .om cane and boiler, all

$IOKES II f -Latest Designs to select I farming. implements, mule and wagon .
I,_ B !9 head stork rattle above the

:t:3rke.;: FIt. from. : 0.'"i ragp. AH for price uf th" farm.
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-. -. out:ml)) gr>bps7r1c4 fJrg6u'lrxa: .nyRC(7 1:1:( [iC., :Manning, Starke, Fla !'l-r, 't'

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BRADFORD COUNTY 'rELI:(;u t1'Il. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY_, SEPTEMBER_12, 1919._
E I I'ACJE SIX _
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mitted to the short course and therefore, their prize will be paidin : "

LIST OF PEMIUMS I cash.: In no case:; will a prize be paid in cash unless the boy tor ,'
reasons beyond his control, is unable to attend the short course.
I BOYS' CORN( CLUB

# hint prize' will consist of ten dollars or a free trip to Gaiiu>-
COUNTY FAIR RIGLEY55c 5
FOR ville, depending upon whether or not the boy is fourteen years of ,
>
I .igo.\ as per conditions of the Pig Club.

I| Till! following pasis of award will be used in determining tinj

.' . NOVEMBER;: I II I, 12.I:! It I ; n 1,15, 1'919a j i prize! winner in the Boys' Corn Club:

; ___ ___ _______
ir.u i OUAGE( ( ;, ETC. I (a) Greatest yield per acre u _ 30 per cent ,
; ", <. 1st. 2nd.I (b) !Best exhibit of ten ears of corn __________u 20 per cent.c a package

f ,, 9 Iil.it(, _. .$:20! $1.00 ( ) (Best essay history of 1 Bcst bale ol hay on l' before the
.50) d Best showing of profit bushel], based on war
i" 1 2 Barrel of vcl'ch'all.\ ); .., in hull---__. 1.00 ( ) per
'.!' 1-00 the commercial price of the crop __________u 30 per cent. t
bundles oat-l.u-
.t 1 3 Half dozen : i "
plant not less than 10 Ibs.__ 1.00 .50 I
.1 1 Bundle of forage
i' ':I z; SEEDS ETC. Total for perfect score _--_________________100 per cent. !
fiUAIN, ,
package
.; Je.c a
Ji t' 1st. 2nd BOYS' AND GIRLS CALF CLUB 'I'itJ
, ,
",I / t' i wheat .$l-9 $ ..1')0fi (Rules governing same as for Pig Club) during the I
) B Half bushel 2.00 1.00 (a) Best pure bred calf ____ __ _________________$10.00 war
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1 ',,,' 0 Half bushel bushel: velvet boannshelled----------- l9 ..I'>:0 (b) Second best pure bred! calf __________________u_ 5.00 I
7 Half -
, ,
i ,
POULTRY
t 1.00 ..oOi
._. .
: , 8 Half bushel Held peas: -
.4 f ': j: g i) (Collective exhibit of grain seeds, etc., from PAIRS PENS c a package '
varieties ______10.00 5.00 1st. 2nd. 1st. 2nd.
1 farm, not less than ten 5
'j-: fine VEGETABLES 50( Plymouth (Rocks ____ ___$1.00 $ ,50 $2.00 $1.00 NOW

, 4 1st. 2nd. 57 Wyandottes ________ u__ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 ,

w ) 1 .50) 58 Rhode Island Reds ________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 ,
$1.00 $
(Ii' 't 10) Itushel of sweet! potatoes- .50 ;59!) Leghorns ____________u__ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 I,
___. 1.00
y'H) 11 Bushel of( Irish potatoes 1.00 .50; GO Turkeys ____________u___ 1.00 .50 2.00 LOO: 1
1'II c' 12 !Half down heads of ciibbago -------------- 1.00 .50 (01 (Guineas _u______________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 I THE FLAVOR LASTS

f'l 13 Half! dozen pumpkins 1.00 .50 f 02 Ducks u_________________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00
# I f" 11 Exhibit of egg plants 1.00 .50 03: Geese; u_________________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 I SO DOES THE PRICE! :

:; \ 1 1">> Exhibit of peppers: -.- .50 01 Pigeons\ _________-_______ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00
t I beans, (one hamper) ) 1.00 I
1C Exhibit: of string -
: .50 05: Best any standard breed of II
r ) cucumbers\, two dozen 1.00 I
, ,. i' 17 Exhibit" chickens ____ 8 8s
1.00Lh ; not named above 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00
.____ 2.00 '
18 I Exhibit; of tomatoes, one crate III
1. r a ; 19 Exhibit; strawberries; : two 1-qt. baskets__ 1.00 .50 COOKING I
l Collective exhibit of( vegetables -10.00 5.00 1st. 2nd.
tl 20
, r 00 Loaf white yeast bread ____________________$ .50 $ .25:
" MEAL: ( RIST. CRUSHED; I'EEISti
,,rat 1st. 2nd. 07 Corn bread ____ __________________________ .50 .23 I

I,I #, .50 08 Plate of baking powder biscuits ____________ 1.00 .50 II
t 1' Pock each of home boiled meal and I grist-$1.00 $ I
: 21 crush- Of Plate of soda biscuits _____________________ 1.00 .50 ,.
Collective exhibit of different kinds of
i 22 1-00 2.00 70 Pound cake _____ ___-- _______________--___ 1.00 .50 I
q ed Flock feed -------------------------- 71 Cocoanut cake _u___ _ ___u______________ 1.00 .50;) ,.

'c1 J'I J COTTON 1st. 2nd. 72 Chocolate cake _--___ _--___--_--_____--___ 1.00 .50 D

s $1.00 73 Apple pie ____----________________--_____ .50 .2:) I
Bale: of'ell Island cotton $2.00
2:1:
I f' - .50; I I'I 71 Lemon pie _______________________________ .50; .25 I II
21 I Largest and best stalk Sea Island; cotton1.00
23;: Fifty pounds of Sea Island cotton in basket___ 1.00 .50 75: Pumpkin pie _______________________-_____ .50 .25: ,I 4
seed 1.00 .50; 70 Sweet potato pie ________-_____u_________ .50; .23 II I ,
20; Bushel Sea Island: cotton I = 4r
'I SUGAR; CANE.: SYRUP AND SUGAR 77 Nut fudge candy ______________u_________ .50 .25;) i
j.
1, iJI, 1st. 2nd.( 78 Best collection of home made candies, not less 1

I f $2.00 $1.00) than six varieties ______________________ 2.00 1.00 \u
27 Best (\"'WIIItHIIs: sugar el111-----------\ I'S
[I 28 !lest cane syrup, not less than two quarts __u 1.00 .51)I I 7B! (Glass; !' ; grape jelly _____u__________________ .50 .25: r I

I 29!) Best brown !sugar, not I less( than !5 pounds 1.00 .50 80 Glass:; strawberry jelly ____________________ .50 .25' 187 s

)I,i 30 Jest: collective exhibit of cane and cane prod 81 Glass pear jelly __________________________ .50 .2:) / -

1 ucts 5.00 2.50REE 82 May haw .i jelly ___________________________ .50 .2:;

; PRODUCTS 83: Plum jam glass _________________________ .50 .25;:

',, !I' ., 1st. 2nd. !yi Strawberry jam, in glass __________________ .50 .2,)
II r, ', I 85 Glass :
jar peach' .50 .25
preserves
.50! -----------------
31 Exhibit; of comb honey not less than 3 Ibs$1.00 $ I
.!.50MEAT 80 Class jar plum preserves __________________ .50 .25
t of strained 1.00
r1t 32 Pest: t half gallon honey ,
, l I 87 Glass jar fig preserves .50 .2:>
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r 19t01)ITC'I'St ) FOUR THOROUGHBRED TRIED SOWS for sale
: 2nd. 1 88 Glass jar watermelon preserves __________u .50 .2,) I
1st. bred to thoroughbred boar
8J! Jar orange marmalade: __u_______________ .50 .23
33: Homo( cured hams, not less than three.--$2.00 $1.00 I
(" !110 Jar guava marmalade ____________________ .50 .25 ONE POLAND CHINA SOW bred to Poland China
.31 I Homo cured breakfast bacon, not less than
I I/ 'I i: three pieces 1.00 .50 01 Jar pear butter ___u_____________________ .50 .25: boar, to farrow Sept 3, 1919.

n. - _ .50 02 Jar grape butter _________________________ .50 ..23D3 :
__ _
35 }Best: ::; f five pounds( lard ______u 1.00
nronertv : Best collective exhibit of jams, pickles, jellies, ONE POLAND CHINA SOW bred to Duroc boar, to
k 30: I.arm-tit; ham. must. weigh 20 pounds .
; ------- --- ______________ farrow Sept. 4, 1919
_ ; marmalades and preserves 5.00 2.50
trimmed ___ uu _ .- __ ?_ -- _____ 2.50 1.25
"I iii 37 Collective exhibit of homo cured hog products.10.00{ 5.00 CANNED: I.'HUITS."EGET.HLES, ETC.1st.. 2nd. ONE DUROC SOW bred to Duroc boar, to farrow

1, FRUITS
; i 1st. 2nd. Jt t Jar of strawberries _______________________$ .50 $ .25 St"pt.9,1919.
05: Jar of huckleberries __________ .;0 25;) ONE BERKSHIRE POLAND CHINA CROSS bred
to
uuu
i 38 Best exhibit of citrus fruit _.___________ __$1.00 $ .50
t'l __ 2.50! ) !1)5);) Jar of peaches _ __________--________ .50 .25;) Duro= boar, to farrow Sept. 10, 1919.
__ 5.00
:m'!) Best: five pounds pecans' grown in county
"; !)7) Jar of corn ______________________________ .50 .25;)
10 Best Japan persimmons not loss:' than a ozen. 2.00 1.00 ONE DUROC Glia'with 10 pigs, first litter, farrowed
1
1)8 Jar of English: peas ___________________u__ .50 .25;)
GRAND: J PRIZE Aug. 19, 1919.
;1' 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 1)9! Jar of field peas __________________________ .50 .2;)

__ _____ 100 Jar of okra ______________________________ .50 .2:; Also one of the best 18 months old DUROC BOARS.
t 11 [ u 101 Jar of tomatoes __________________________ .50 .2,) Have priced the above: tr sell. \If interested see me at
r LIVE; STOCK\:
1 rc" : 1st. 2nd. 102 Jar of beans ____________________________ .50 .25;) once.

\, _________________________
i __ ___ $5.00;) 103 Jar sweet pickles .50 .25
I 12 lest milch cow _____ __ ------$10.00
,_ __ __ 4.00 2.00 101 I Jar :sour pickles ___________u____________ .50 .25: Jarres T. Moore' "
tt ____ _____
J3: !lost hull _______________ -- -
__________ 1.00 2.00 105;) Jar chow chow _________u_______________ .50 .2:;
i It lest: beef steer ____ ___u_ ___ _
I 15: !lest: (1111'uncler one year" old _______________ 2.00 1.00 100 Jar pickled beets _________________________ .50 .25;) LAWTEY FLORIDA\
I'I'i t 10 Lit: -st munplo! of the old razor back hog u____ 2.00 1.00 107 Bottle home made salad dressing ___________ .50 .25

17 !lost: boar any breed .-_--___________---- :3.00 1.50;) 108 Bottle tomato catsup --------------------- .50 .25;)

I IS !lest: sow, any breed _______uu______ 3.00 1.50I Welt! \: : collective exhibit canned products, pickles I
I, , honey, etc __________ _________ __ 5.00 2.50
I IJ!) lost: litter of pigs, any breed( ______________ 3.00 1.50 i -- --
50 [lost: : :stallion *'!_ __ u________________ 1.00) 2.00 I I 110 (Best pound butter ______ __ ___________ __u 1.00 .50;)

t', :51>>1 !lest: : mare ____ __u___ ___________________ 1.00 2.00 I NKEDLECUAFT: ;
t. i 52 Ilea: : colt under two years old _______________ 3.00 2.00 No article that has received premium in former years can be '
f 53 lost: mule raised in Bradford county ---------1.0(1( 2.00( I entered. That is to say, an article that has received a premium 'I Buts All -Wool Cheviot Suits

;51 I lost: mule colt\ __- __ _____u_____________ 3.00 .;)) I cannot be entered this year for premium, though it may be shownas ]

35 !1l'stjack: ._ _ ._ _ .____ _uu_ __ 1.00 2.00 !' an exhibit. with Two Pairs of Pants
BOYS' PIG CLUB I All n'elllework.xhibited for premiums must be mounted on I

i\I Competition' in this: department is limited to enrolled m<,mIt' thin cardboard and NOT on tissue paper. I

hers of the t Boys': pip Club of Bradford: : ', county. Each exhibit must, Allork\ must: be exhibited by maker. 00
how the Class A-Sewing, ;Machine and Hand Made to eland the $ -l
bo accompanied': by an essay written by the boy discussing wear and tear given
t It' pig was raised and an estimate of the cost of production. This e"l 1st. by an active 10

l lay and cost record will be considered: at 25; per cent ; and the quality 111 Sunbonnet ______________________________________$ .50 bay.

I of the pig! at 75; per cent on a perfect score in awarding the 1 112 Dress __________________________________________ .50 L Made and reinforced of f wear-rettuting at allwoolcheviot point of I

prizes. The pigs on exhibition mint have been owned by the club I 113 Princess slip ____________________________________ 1.00 n strain. Browns greens and every grey muturei.

member for not less than four months preceding the (exhibition. 111 Underskirt ______________________________________ .50 Can be worn to two way;with bell or in I

Iuroc) Jersey (Breed I 115 Corset cover ________________uu_____________ .50; I e. ; the new \vaiit-ieam style. Sizes 6to ISveari. .

1 !Best'! sow nnlll'rol1t'y\'al'ffn c __ _ _ ___ __ ____ _!$?!10.00 1 lit Nightgown i ______________________________________ 1.00 { Parcel Pott prepaid $15.00
2 Best: boar under one year of age __uu. ____ 10.00 I 117 Combination or teddy ____________________________ .50 v pants.Remember ihi* price includes 2 pairs of

Poland China Breed 118 Bungalow! apron _________________________________ .50 i 1 There u no better illuitralwn cf 1 the advanlaj" .4d

3 Best !sow' under one year of ago ._ _______________:$10.00 I 110! Kimona __.______________________________________ .50! { <.lmg with Furchgott'a Mail)Order Service;

I j i Best boar under one year of age _ ____ ___ ____ 10.00 I 120 Negligee !shirt' ___________________________________ .50 Vl rn the than m ID"",this chaa eittaordioary
5 Best! sow I\nlllittpr of any breed( nny age u__ ______ 10.00 ]: 121 Baby dress ______________________________________ .50!' your orjer.YendtwdAav > .

To prize winners under fourteen years of age the prizes will i i ip I 122 Baby skirt _______________..______________.._______ .50

be paid in cash. For boys fourteen years of age and over the prize 123 Child's short skirt _______________________________ .50
will consist of a free trip to Gainesville to take the short course forI I 121 Child's short dress ____________n u _____.._____ ..__ .50 .I iI lreel Me NwVw /

boys at the University! of Florida the first week in Docerrfber. The 125: Mended garment _________________________________ ..5012G /4CKSONvIIt.E.FLOQIOO:

ten dollars to be used to pay the expense! of the trip, the boy to Darning ______________________________..__________ .50
t have nil cash remaining for his own ue after paying the expense j I Class! Embroidery Inhibit Write for Our Special Bulletin of School Clothes )

of the trip which will consist!\ of board: and railroad. fare to Gainesville j I 127::: Centerpiece _____________________________________$1.00 for Boys and Girl -It will cave you Money! ]j I
and return. Boys under f..urt'en'ar>l of age will not he ad- 123 Napkins with initials (half dozen) _________________ .50
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PACE SEVEN
}'IUUASJ.I"I'EIBElt:: 12. 1l11/! RKAOFUKIl COUNTY TELE 1IUl'lI. Sl'VKkK. FLORIDA

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VJ!) I.unc hset (not less than seven pieces) uuuu_ 1.00 COUNTY AOKNT: IV JOHNSTOWNSKL'llON :" ( 1 -

1 ::id(, IrthMr scarf ___________________________________ 1.00J I :

: : i Pair pillow cases _________________________________ 1.00 County Agent-Cuswcll wn* In the I I t <1.y

1 12:\: Pair towels _____________________________________ 1.00 John to\Mi vicinity last week and
. while there found( II. O. Vurncs fan. I
1.1.5;\:; Piece cross stitch ________________________________ ..50Ml
tructin: a corn crib in which tn
: Night KUWII _ __ __ ______________________________ 1.00 house his new crop of corn.lr.: CIIH- ,* *"* !

1 i-:! IJ.tby: dross ______________________________________ 1.00 well took the time to explain to :MrVurnos .
that he ought to line hi- nib t
i :{\t(; Baby cloak -- _--_--____________________--___--_ __ 1.00 '
with building paper and matched CIMmir -

1.57;{ Baby cap _______________________________________ .50 I so that ho could fumigate il to I i '
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ltS: l Baby! shoes ___ __ _____ ____________________________ .50 kill the coin \\ce\ils.. Ho laid that. u''iI
small unobtiiiont In building muti r-
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: Ml: Child's coat ______ ______________________________. .50 of I
;iul would mitke him u net profit i

140) Lady's!: dress __ _________________________________ 1.00 from $:JOO! to $,r 00 every year, In -avmt '

f 111 Collar and cuff set uu___________________________ 1.00 : ? his coin from ilamago by weevils. I 10ifc
:Mr. Vatnes u i giving the matter cuiu-
142 Apron _ __'______ ________________________________ .50 I ..!
ful consideration g a

:, 11:5: Baby pillow _____________________________________ .50 .---. ------- I "M a! .

111 Sofa pillow _ ___________________________________ 1.00 No \\ 01'111" lit a Healthy Child I

115; Shirtwaist ______________________________________ 1.00 All children (ninlil.il with worm have an mihralthyculiir b ; iI
whit lmllinti-i'' niM>r' Lilnntl.. Dud I na I
1JO Centerpiece, punchwork _- -____--__ __----_--___--__ 1.00 rule there Is nuro or Ira H ftinnuich dlHturtmn, ,,. Win You On Quality ,
' , They
(.KO\t; !> rAsniVASi.lilll: lOMCulwn: nitulji
117 Centerpiece eylet embroidered uuuuuu 1.00 fur twoor thrto wn'kn will .n'h, tlio hl.1. i I
1 .IS Table French embroidered 1.00) l prove the d. ...II"". ..,,,11"0 Gi'nrrnl Sir,"""
cover uuuuu .nlnlt Tonic to th-vvliuli' .y"u>m. Nutiirr willrli. Your enioynvnt of Camels will be very great
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Table embroidered 1.00 lhruwotatdise.ltllewunneandthot'I. ) Il"I' ,t.In b. '
1.19! cover, eyelet
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I perfcrt' health l'IrneouttoInks.' I Wk-inrl" "u r, bee ins. then! n'fieshmtlavor and fragrance
150; ( Tinted embroidered centerpiece uuuuu__ ___ .50! t) 1.- jp-j 1 You
1.I vu'tunr and 1 lloun( ss is so enticingly different.
!I.)l :Silk: embroidered sofa pillow ________ ____uu .50 CALOMEL DYNAMITES I Ii,r.xtll + ''
I ; v; Nl'' _f ; never t.. .Mid such: .1 ci"Hl'etll.1; Bite is eliminated -
\1r3 I'lei-e Uoman cut work _______ ___--__________--____ 1.00 A SLUGGISH LIVER _
and there i is a cheerful absence of any
Class! C I

I 15.5 TaU in camisole __ ________ ____ _____________--$ .50 Crashes Into Sour Bile, making I unpleasant: cii.nelty/;: after-taste or any unpleasant -

151 1 } Handkerchief crochet _____uuuuu .50 I You Sick and You Lose 18 cents a package a;;.!!'etty odor!
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155; ; Crocheted baby cap - _ __--__----__----______--_ .50 a Day's Work. made of blend of choice
an expert
Camels are
...1.. am .../.1 ""M".vh.',, .n
] 56; Crocheted collar __ ______ __________ .50 I \
u uu -- ------ f 4 r "" i ' < 30t and choice Domestic tobaccos and are t
.: ,.: ; ;:;:: :: : ; Turkish
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157 Crocheted centerpiece ____________.,______ __ .50 I Calomel salivates! Its mercury u.' <( tft< *> ( J O desirable full-
I Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish :t :'. ':;:;, :,:' 7. .: smooth and! mild but have that
158 Lunch set with crochet __u_______________________ 1.00 en. .dwrroo satisfaction in :
calomel into hand
liver. When comeS body and} certainly 1 out
150! Crocheted table mats set _____________________u__ .50 contact with sour bile it crashed intoit : Wh.a.upVly/ :: ,hrn y"u. have/ measute. You will prefer this Camel t

160 Sofa pillow with crochet ___ __ ______ __ .50 causing cramping and nausea. i generous I If t i
If you feel bilious, headachy, con. blend! to either kind of tob.icco: smoked straight
1(51( Table cover with crochet ___uuuuuu 1.00 ; w i i
fctipated and all knocked out just igo

162 Lunch cloth _ ______ ____________________________ 1.00 to your druggist and get a 50 cent 4A Give Camels the stiffest tryout then i

1GJ: Bedspread: with crochet _____ ________________ 1.00 bottle harmless of Dodson's vegetable Liver substitute Tri X compare them with any cigarette in '

and cutf with crochet _____ ____ 1.00 u
llil() 1 Collar set __ dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful the world at any price for quality '

105!' Pillow cases with crochet _____,__uuuuu_ .50) and if it doesn't: start your liver and I wt111 flavor satisfaction. No matter i,

166 Towel with crochet --_--______--________________ .50 straighten you up better and quicker smoke '
than nasty calomel and without making I 'fir,, ,; hOl"ibfornlly you ,
1(57( Bath towel, crochet edge ______ __________ .50 you sick you just go back and Ret ,,rs. .. Carnr/ tf\fv\ will not tire ,;

IfiS Dresser scarf with crochet ______________uu____ .50 your money.If w..r t ,y. na.
I J your riJ sto.0 ; '
169 Bed set with crochet uuuuuuuu_ 1.00 you take calomel today you'll le a
tick and nauseated tomorrow; besides 1.1f
170 Crochet yoke ____________________________________ .50 It may salivate you. while if you take N R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.

171 Nightgown crochet __ _____ _____________-- 1.00 Podson'i] Liver Tone you will wake up ;rr Wimton-Salem, N. C.

172 Tatting yoke _ ___ ____ ___________________________ 1.00 I feeling great full of ambition and
ready for work or play. It's harn.lem
173 Tatting collar ___ __________ __ _____ 1.00 fI
---- -- -- -- -- and safe to give to children .. ,.,. -
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pleasant ; . .:11v.'.:"" :';" .:i.'Y.: !
17Table& cover with tatting ____________uuuu 1.00 I they like it. ((13-4 *" ) 9sY _:..

175 Tatting centerpiece _____________________________ 1.00 -- ---- I

176 Waist with tatting __ _____________________________ 1.00 199! Counterpane _ - - __ __ --_ _-- ___ ___-- ____________ 1.00 FLORAL EXHIBITS '\i iI

177 Handkerchief with tatting ----_----____________--_ .50 200 Crocheted counterpane _______ _____ ___ ____ ____ __ 1.00 I 1st.
of Ladies 70 Years ; Exhibit of not less than '
Work 2(50 cut chrysanthemums one doz.$1.60
over 201 Uaby coverlet _- -__ ____--______--_______--_--____ .50 ,
178 Centerpiece __----____________________----_____--$ .50 2(51( Best exhibit of geraniums _uuuuu___________ 1.00 (
202 I'airsheets!: _____ _ ______________________________ 1.00
179 Quilt __ ________________________________________ .50 2(52( lest! exhibit of cut roses in vase _uuuu__ 1.00 '

180 Lunch _____ 1.00un 20:1: Rug cotton or silk _______- __--______________--_ 1.00 203: Lest of _ _ _ _ __ _ _ .50
set _________ ______________________ : single spt-cimeii palm _ _ j

Specimen' sewing ___ ___--_--____--___________-'_-- .50 201 Knitted or crocheted shawl _______________________ .GO() :2(51(; I Best collection of ferns, not less than four varieties _ 1.50! !

182 Crochet piecl'u .50 :205; Knitted or crocheted sweater _____________________ 1.00 2(5.1( Collection of colladiums ____ _______ ______________ 1.50

183 Piece knitting __ __ _uuuuuuu_ .50 20(5)(; Knitted or crocheted slippers uuuuuuu___ .50 2(5(5( ( Collection of begonias ._____-______..J1_.__. _______. 1.60 1 .

181 Specimen tatting __ __ __ __uuuuuu 1.00 .50/ IMISCKLLAML'OrS l FOIl CIIILDKKN IINDKK II I ...1 .\nS OLD N' t
207 Knitted or crocheted baby jacket _____uu_________
185 Crochet sha\\l or jacket --________--___--_--_____-- 1.00 1 1st. 2n.d ,; ,
20H Knitted. or crocheted bootees _________ _________ .50
186 Knitted or crocheted counterpane __ ___u_ __ _____ _ 1.00 -- -- 207/; Best made outfit for dolls _ _ __ _ _ _ __ __$ .50 $ .2.1 .

Class K Work of Children Under 12 Years 209!) Netting __ ______ ___ ______________________________ .51)/ f liar'
: 21)8; Itest; : .specimen( of mending( _ ___ _ .50 .25 '

210 Hair pin work ___ _ ___________ __________ .50 ''t'
Handkerchief .50
187 u _u_ ____uuuuuuu u$ -- -- ---- 24(>!9) Best! : :specimen' of darning _uuuu_ _ .50 .2.;

188 Buttonholes, half dozen ___________uuu_ _ .50 211 Drawn work ____________________________________ .50 270 Best specimen of crochet work u__ _______ .50 .25 1
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189 Darning/ __ ___ ___ ___ __________________________ .50 212 Luncheon napkins ____________>__________________ 1.00 271 Host specimen of knitting uuuu_____ .50) .25

190) Piece of crochet __ __ _ __________________________ .50 21:1: Centerpiece --_______--_________?____--_----_____ 1.00 272 Host: specimen of tatting _________ _____ .50 .25

191 Sofa pillow ___________________________________ __ .50: 211 Table runner ____________?_______________________ .50 273: Host specimen of hemstitching: ____ _________ .50 .25 i

192 Dressed doll _ ____ __________________________ .50 215 Teddys' !: _________________________________________ .50 271 Host: sofa cushion h _ _ _____ ____ __ _. _u__ .50 .2: '

193! : DollN\ dress _ _ __ __ _ ____ ____________________ _ .50 210; Boudoir cap ___________i__ _ _uuUu ____ rIO 275 Host specimen'! raffia work _uuu____ .50 .2: !) I

191! Article other than named ___uuuuuuUUu .50 217 Night gown ____uUUu. ._ ___ - _ __ _ _ -_- 1.00 27(5( lest: picture framl'.1)0, .25 ;

195 Knitting/ - -- -__________--_______--__--- -__ __ _ .50 218 Sofa pillow ______________________________________ .50( 277 Host model hat rack _ _ u__ ____ ___ __ _ .50 ..2127S I '

I Class P-General Fancy Work Zit! Piano cover ___ __________________________________ 1.00() Host: towel rack nuu __ _ _ .50 .2.' 1.

100! Silk coverlet u_ _ u __ ___ __uuu__ u__ _ _ _$1.00 220 Pin cushion ____________________________________ .50 279) Jest I : coat hanger: ( _ _ _ .50 .2; t.'A ',

] f)7Vool) quilt ' _ _ _ __ _- -_ _-- _ _ _____ - _ _ 1.00 221 Knitting. bag/ ----_--_______--___--________--_____ .50

222 }Head I __ __ __ __ ___ ___________ .50 Habitual Constipation Curedin "Molt: III. .\f'I"11'0\1111" l-lllt T\\ I>KKI)
198 Cotton patch work quilt _ _ _ n.UU _ 1.00 bag _____ _________ 1'SliHC' . : \\l 4
'H lo 21 Days I .n'rlll'll 171 OK TIIK
223: Crochet bag _ __________________________________ ..00J2i ..!.:M. H U, Hf \ FtJTFH: \
"LAX-FOS Wllll PH'SIN" I Is n Nprrlnlly Nnllri In, hi>r, liy alum that W. n.! PnHtpr.
a 1141i : Handkerchief ____________________________________ .50 prepared Syrup I Tnnir-i.n x ntive (..f I .ibilu.il tnlrehmr' i>f his c1*nidi.lit". Ni Id .tntixl the ,
Rvy c f''i 0 r ml I ihiy i.r In % A I II 1 IH7 I him fil,I.'.| mill '
; i It n-lnviM lull
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221: Ii'ess _ _ _ _ ___ ______________________________ 1.00 Oilislrpiuioti' "promptly{ 11,.Hllli I I nl.I.. In in".llr, ,. and IIH* mach' lu'1,1.rn-" : .. V
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: Stimuli 1 to tllk.'" rct'ul! irly for I 11 In 21 tiny li n. (or In,1 I 'li. JKKiir In reoritanro wllli '
l J; i I ( rl 226 Palmetto hat ______--_____--_________________-- -- .50 toinituii' ivtfiilfir u...ii li Siiiiiuluti' iiiuilKM I.", Sni.l. .'. Itll ill", .mbrucri. Ihr folli' >uiii, (
Le .
1 "bids Very 1'".ii ./mil, lo 'l.ik.' lilliIIIT I .I.. "rd." '1 eu.p.. rly' Nlttintiil 'In Rrulfr l eoiin* 4
:J27: Paltmtti. basket ______________uu______________ .50/: I I'V' I I.l.rlh6, : luwltIn
'InittlfNonr
% t.ire all5, .ny ) / Acir, '%a r:. ': I Half of W. ,l llnir "r Ruulhwnt "pin r. '
,_ $ / 22S Palmetto work exhibit ________--____________--____ 1.00) l-r ,.r Siniihi ..1 tlunrlrr. Snj>. "In KH, It. .1
A r i --- ----. 'i:! I F: Hi ncrmIII /J t
J20: !) Wire grass work ____________________?____________ 1.00 1'1.. .. .n.l Innd h.'Ina sumand. .e the of ,} iI
Imuniiii ,,fiirh rtlll.-.u. In lh. n'luna of
wyy' i l k I'' l ga:!I IVire) jfrass basket or tray ____uu_______________ __ .50: () K op, AFelIrtIto' i HIli 'r"t c ,It"i u I iiknuwntint..
l I, I I ('SDMI: sit III' IN K. HI'. 11111"1111 '. s. nnlil i-irlinrntit nhnll tar ri.,1,,eiii.l '
:2.1:{ Lunch cloth __ _ _________________________________ 1.00 4"X". I.\VVSIIt ltllltll? l>,\ "..'''..,lIlIv '" 'Inw ISO .'...I' will' 'I.""" th'r*<"1WHei .

I 1 I t T Gf ; :232: Dresser !!scarf hemstitched ___uuuuu___ _ 1.00 Nnllc. 'U. (if hrrtiliy lux urtltrii'alv.'n. Hint' .. N.I II J fc I''i H"'w..1P..eI.I' dxtrdIh. i 'n Ihr' ,.:'JIII,". my dny ulTirlnt,..I 8./ "ulirnnturi td..mhrr A"unil"n.mill 191"till

''k / :tW: : ttaby's shoes, tatting u__________________________ .50: . Rlh itiiy, .if July, A II 'lull| In,* ,III....I.I.aid I Il I tin. ,IHIIi ilnv of ""..".t. W A. n T IfllV WH.KS' : '
l l rvrtlflriiu. In my olTlr. unit h. mail plillriilltin -
I A UTS AND CKAFTS for u.t di.il.lo I.N H in nci.inliinriwith I4.a11, flnrk, rirfiitt' Toilrt .
I IIIVD: Snlil r.TlllfiHli:, :: .:ml.rur.. ;Ihn fl ll l- H. K A. Wh:KKS: :
1st. 2nd. l hwlna ,.,-...1,1| pr..ii..rly ullimt.In! llrn.l- H-aj-f.t. Urimlf rl.rkF ,
I ford IfMltity Ilirldn., Irl-wit' '
gal:! Flowers in oil _- ____-- ---_-_--___________$ .75 $ .50 S.iijthw' > Mt MinHir rf northw.Mt nua,.,.r .v- "flf" OF APIM ATIOV Foil TAX) DEED 1 1I'nIK
iT.t 2 A in NW Cur unit. 2 A In SW I'.... *"nI '
2'51: : Animals in oil _uuuuuuuu__ .75 .50 I 1:1: 1p, H. <*. 1C 22! K. 1H, urn.. : f sn IION n op f IIAPTFUIHHil II'
I II II 'I 1'h.1, MR III liinil htiiiK HHN..III,..il nt I.>i.> .'"Ii' ofUN. I.AWH OF IHIHIIIANolle.
:20:
I I Illlllr 2.57; Fruit in water colors ______________________ .50 .21 of Unl.'n It. I). Clnytun wnt; e.rtlflrii. hall hf riilnnni.ilHrrurilintc "2n......h.diy.,.r of Of tltt rrrtinrnt Ni>. 214. dated| the
July. A Ii II>|7. hu sled., .Id'
t 28!! Best collection of oil and water colors pictures 1.50 1.00 .. . t" law ta< Ud, will |MIIJ. thereon c. runmi.,. I I., ,?, ,..''r'..,. and| haM mach, .poll. :
i y4' n lhi l..lh lny' ff S,pl..ml.'r. A I) in I entl..n for tar d."I '" li.w m ..otonl.nt.with .
259::! Host of china 1.00 .50 WllnriH my iilflrlnl' nlunnluri. and ....1) thll law fI"I.1 l | rcrlinrntvmliriip > thr,
I specimen painting ____________ ...... ,., <> folInwinil -
the Hth day .I Auvlut A. II IIIIWHnih .11. i.nM'irly, mtiiittiil, In 11..01.i ,
I :210 Best !specimen of wood} carving ______ .50 .2:; ( W. T WFEKS: inr'l ....nt". MoiHiln. "l-w,1,
y uu
+ r Saving is a matter of habit. Turk r I mill Court: nmilr<,inl r.>,intv. K|1. 14.'h..I' 211 !ttest: wire grass: work __uuuuu .50 .2:; Hf It A. Vn.K3: "f r.dwny., /A m-r.... and 1A In SW ('or of
i And the habit just like '.1"". '.'. l>..puty Clrtll.IIHIlHl R."lh..I ....
1 grows, 212 Best pine straw work _u__ _uu)0/ .2:. ''tA, 'rp., 7. 'J'8: .
the savings. Told/ Inn.l I I briar| n..,'....,1 ( the ,1nhof|
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:213: Best work .. _ _ _ _ .50!
palmetto ______-_u .21 for .rH"i"v0w.r;:; such c. rt' "Mit'' In IM" n.m.
bf '
1 211 Best! flowers __ _____ _______ __ .50 .2.12M : f'UlC f'l'IIU'ATfO'lIn
To the habit when : paper - ---- -- rirrml (:", .rt. 8mU' of Klorl.U KluMb 1'nl.M itll errtinrnt* shall hr rrdrm.d
/ acquire : nest real / .luilli ml ('.....11. Brcdfonl County In Chunrr. ..".''""" '" 'la.y. t". "l will I...... thinonon
!specimen basketry __ 1.00 .50! Ihr
ir.th lny of
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SvptcmlH'r. A. r>
', young with small sums is to I i 216 Best specimen shuck work, _ ___uu .50! ..25EIU'ATINAL : "A." O. An" CumolnlnAnt...... |I thn Wltn Uih...l.y. my nr.,Irs Aui. .,".I,u.t l ", .nn"A. n".ISIS and oaf IUI9 l H.>

a practice the habit when older ; I ''is..nl"., W. 'I'. WtKKS.: :
Aim Aadr.u I t 'h rk I ,brad, Court trnirnr.| | | 1.1101.1'1.: ..
1 with larger sums. 1st. Ivfrnilunt I .. fly H. A. WtEltS.: '
t.l !1 I i.,1,1 ."P" r'n' l>y ITI 1 217 Collection of weaving 1st grade ____________________$1.00 KM In the iibnvr utitti-'l rn.j. that Aim I __ ___ __
So the little fel. Ando. th. li{ 'f.n d.nt .
thriwln namril I In
encourage I. 213 1 Collection of color work 2nd grade _______ u________ 1.00 I non-.....<.lrnt i>f thn ut. of .H..rl.l, and hrrmlilinri n : OPTwo 1>II"JUflGJI: f (

l lows to start a savings account :219 I Collection of wood! work. and:! grade _ _ u _ ___ _____ I .0() 'In lh I.>. unknown.tau of and Hnrl.U, that that three th.a no..rvloor t p 0"oc.n .- m y' vuiiehim month end nftrr flnnl illlti...hrrrof". I will" .r..rnt f
Z with at and watch : a aubisa na would' bind. .xld! .1,,",..n..nl and Ono. 0\. O..dln.' .. Cntv .ludr. tIllrradfurd
us once 21); Collection: of writing by 1st grade: pupil uuu_ .!jl) l I. over Ihr Hire ..f |,,,i'nly+m.. ....r. It l lth I. fl..h' .,,,1Thl nr fr Annl1., ..
>r. .... "nh'0..1 l hot ..1.1 l ,..l.|,. .. ... .. my .
the habit grow. 2.11; Collection of writing by 2nd grade pupil _uuuu ..;t) niliint Iw unit i< hrnhy niiulr non-r' to, .nt",""do-nrt chary ter New.om .nllnl.d., r. wod...' of I"" .I.te of ( .... t
> Ihf bill of romnliiint' HI',I In .n"t, <.,.... .. .. .
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2.12; Collection of day .Iul./ 't1119.
writing/ hv :and! grade pupil _ uu .50 r "hi-f.iri> Monday l lh. Tpd day of November.
..A. ". """\ ','h..w,... "I .H'VMkllM Of aid) N \II'INWRUIfT \I-
2.13: ;: Beat collection! from 1th grade any school! _____ 2.50 l.lll wolf hr t.k.n .,,. ..,.. .. -ll-/mfm
$-$ $-$-$-$-$-$-'-$-$-$-$- $-$-$-$--$ uu / a .rv..1! by. llrf.n.l.nt Admiu..fcr.uir.NOTICK I\
2.11 1 feet collection from 5th grade, any school! _ __ 2..10: - "
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uu It In f.lrth..r nrd"n, .1 that thm, ....1.. "bo puh. / '
Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow 2:).; tte-t collection from fith; /grade any school ._ _ u _ u ._ 2.5'' ll In.hi.th.|.onre Rrnilfnr../..)i-h County for rl..lit Ti-llvirmnh nn...cutlv** .now..k.. eta l ..."'"'0",1,l.r h. unit.ft. r nun'iUiv me twirls,. .nt| will prmrntmv .l'1"

i 2.1H; Best mnp of Florida by Hh grade pupil __ _ uuu__ .50! / p..Thin ur DuMl.h. 'n aid county and .tat. \,..,. X '::3.01... '. 'county J",.'". to,,f the IlrmlldrJ lion .t
Atluust loth.
1810 . .,. .
tonnty .ft. l
n uk far final di )
Bradford County Bank 2-17) Best map of Bradford; county !.1th grade uuu_ .:.10;( W. T. WFFKS.. 7.T.". a. a.ln.'mrtralar! at the my r.t.t. Of i>- I r
'S..I, ri.rk rir ,,it, Court I '... -. tl dre.wd)
ESTABLISHED 1899 21t"t; map of United States by 7th or 8th grade pupil __ .50 By R A. WFKK1: rliu :tilth' .!I.) ulf... V p liar' l

259;!) let. collective exhibit from one school in county _ .10:; I. F KNIGHT. n. a"ile rlrlBol < 3IBNVY: : 11nrr.rr.; rot
Starke Fla. any Adinlnlmmior' Iwtat* of J. D. l'., ....(; <..-
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t'' ''' ItRAUFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. :SEI'TKMHl-.K: 1 I' .
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""'-- _------- Tom :.Mills made n business trip to ?, ,' ; $ ,
I s $ r/3t.$
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t r. r--.... ._. ._-- ._._.w.y i I Stai'ko Monday: 'fajr3 : .. .. +fitfc7, i _Wi ls ,' Hobble Sum'iicy, has 1''ur,1I'oI' to .

1 ; Ins home in Tampa, after spending\ u .
County News Items i, few "la.\s horn. with his I.n"'nts" :.Mr.I'i ii tJ m" : ar
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i and" Mrs: IJ. W. Surroncy. t "
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: :Matthew Wnsdm of LangofT, S. C.I t : <;).' \dla

interesting fact Gathtrcd Durhthe Week bY--;;; I I i II'11 visiting I II.') VViisilin his, this|111I"'IIIH.week III1. and :\It... .: 1 1144'[ U t A

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Regular Correspondents. :'lo. .MS." Jim Graves, Willie :\11'F.v-1 I.. tM
"or" ,I I. K. Ilovillo and. daughter Eva' m; ,) " +;t. qt ;: ,/./ $ m+ ,
i ti "U W.. Y ton were .i. Starke: 'fhursda. Y !:,! ''t'. I I'''II ''I" <\fsi' ;h }:'J, ;4rdttt;=:":,,,,!. ,-.. ,. ., ., ,
' : :"+ .M. .
1 - I. 11'I II'" fat: i' /' t' ,.. r7.\y'k1tSfrt. "S Ss. , q.$ d'. .,t \" f! >>
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llllsir.CHS.Mrs. I ;< i4G> "=slf 1
(ill ! 1 < i; : + .s r'7 f "LltO ;j' ..I, 41.f .-<'
HHOOKKUllrookor 1..1 homo Friday. from. a few w..uks'"IllY 1 have. John KobertB: of Oliver Siding> II,I II, ;I',; d it I l I:I''J I 1 :f$ a i n(id W'J ?l i''fi) 2 d.:t 7!3 s EeP$m+:'Fi I, +!11+n5 2liosllt s S i1; w+l mf f tti+f f 7f rr
where ''I'i' '
they .
in Colorado h"'e her brother 2 '1 r : 'H" \ g s3s l's. s
was Thll."dIlY'Isitinj i 1 11 2 } r- ;
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f d" I I I ,II' "I I'I > r = II"1, .P$ f. f "
'I" ; I I s +
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their K. Crosby. r i r ,; I, ; .+ r\I ljfl .2 }
son "
m
and been visiting .
1 :, Sept 1L'-I: Lynn Andrew S1corks.Sirs I I', li' .. .:, of ,i \ (
daughter, Klk-n, of Ft. White, was They report n most enjoyable trip. :Mary Sparks, is on the sick! list I, jII1!111! Ii!II!' I:', I I"" I I ;i'I' I'! : .j, I,, I,! 1:1: rt 7 Y:++H%,i Y 1 ti+ ;rifS i rn jJ:: 'yv,'", QQ/1/ "'" I'" ,,II I 11' VIII,,,,(i l.Pfl,+tf"-+7fir.fag%1 i1at7l s$! !\(I

;.f, hero sister! hist, :,\1 r"week. (Seville at ,the who bedside departed of this his The Waters little m son much of :\1 improved r. )and :Mrs at this Oscar I this I'rnyor week. meeting every Wednesdayevening IIII ;'!!! !I,:!llh:,; !:II: I !:ii!:'::li'' <" ':I llllli II I'',: I'iII'I IIII: ",;i:I",. "r Mf fflli I \ f; ?! I'I,': ;IN//NII 11I, ,,1":1 I" :;I': ",;;I 11 Ihl:, rot''.;':/ mNhM1iiM; '?.

; IIaI'I! ",.. : I : 'I" Y t : I. v I"i IIJb! "
time. at Aan:)( Everybody J! II' !! t, !II, 11\ i 32a:9iti; !? m:1: :sf'ytllvqII :
life Sunday morning. : : come. : tlII ? p 3
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Gainesville, attended | :Miss! Mary Jam WaRdin of Plant { :'II+ ': III II : I 'H, ,11'1' "I : ,r jr "IIi4', 'q ;t'' t0" ;j. I... ''I ij, >I. ,,..: 'hill" f I'' 3;ilp: 10!.di:,
business of -
I S. V. Androu made a trip 1 1)). I 10.: (Lynn, / 11 "1'h.' ! ] If; J' IIII" '' ; 'iIII 'td ; ,' h.i. 'i to Waldo Friday. evening the funeral of his. sister :Mrs. Ilev- City, is here visiting her sister :MM.CJ. :--.i. ,1' !.:lllll': :"I iii' 'n:'.i;, iil' I :It I ,,, :yl f, :, f(m'' :'l';';Y', .: I ,.I II't t hi tII 'Iil{ lI II! 'nIII I! 1 i"tl'r." J. i ;.
of attended ; .\. J. McKinney: this week. ; ' .!t "? 'I I" :,!t ''' :, .' .- .., I11! 'Ii '' l?" 'l
Mrs. Minnie 1'i vutt, Tampa, ilk, here :Monday.Messrs. I! .oI.. ' ., . ,;" : ir : ( I .' i" I'" t_ '
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the funeral of her grandmother : Ellis and Ostoon of High Mr., and :Mrs .1. A. J. :McKinney entertained I 't m" 1 r.I;] ,;,"I'I'I.' .' rt. ''!II! 'I' '' ,'' " ';i. '. ,," -s .' I 1 'I I,, 1 n __
:
I t', hero :Monday.I :Springs; : were vi"itor.1..r"\ Sunday. a number itt young peopleat I {: -.. I : ,! :" 1111); ) .,,". ''I II,rlil:' i I IL'; ", .. /:; :::f':Y?" :; ; '::i ,.;;!'1;;;,j,::! !{ !IIIIIII'' '!II,I'{,1 II', a'; ': .

1 II. Hull.nd/ of :Mayo, was u prominent Prayer meeting will bo held I at the their homo Wednesday! (',evening in ...:.;lwlm'II; IIItI""I"J.\"", ,'' !y.,,::'I.'',:,. '; '! "I .,':",( loll :,:" I '\........,..,;0/,/;' .II' ',r.$d!:,"N:'mpl:I i fl'II hr.r: !h :t .SfYlftl f s JJlld Ill lilill!, i .111.,1. W',C .
l'riMWill, Uiipli-t church Sunday j i honor of their sister, Miss :Mary Was- : -, $ jl ,IY ,il '/179CIrfi 1 t-
visitor" here Sunday, and Monday. I Ii', : 'i,! I :; : : :' !? ''!j,1, ,II !I', :mwm / :
din. 'I. .J'p'
111lIulln..d holds position as bookkeeper nii'ht., R.pt.1.: There being regularorviri' I ':. ,,' 1111 hl,I :..i''j I ., .1' ,H \ ..,
$ ..i m
i ?S C; ti h .; ), :
t for a largo: sawmill firm of ; at the baptist church next I II :Messrs. WIl'ylnd !Matthew Wasdin ' ; I ', \ c j. ,

tI'" Il\ that pin, "'. His little daughter: Ida, I engine and Sunday night, prayer i I were in Gainesville Friday.Mr. 'f' I t J tf.:II\ fi I WI III:; nII III II',Ii 'R{+,llj\! l n 1{ 1 ;
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: and :Mrs. ( : :; : I'j : : l J
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Lou, accompanied{ him home after a mooting' was postponed until this date 'h'lrler.Kinney yil',1/, / { II? A ;I] H'IJItllli''I
t; of few weeks herewith ,relatives. Thn leader/ for this meeting will ho T. 'I Willie Mainos, and :Mrs Elando :Moines "IIIIIII1nffi1fIIII f!, ; m,,;,:Ir'l! !g..IyI! : 1611' ; I ,';! : / <1"UJA
\llit : !
... :1 a IS. 1'inlu.lster.Don of Louise, were in our burg, Fri ! ! II j: I(' ar:It: !;VIII I ; .' II '!'I: ( I''I' ::!I'! II!I :III ll.lilliri'I I I(!.;' : ; :41:,;::1 .M', J.t.il'i I


iy I\,; t t 1', CII..OII trip Mr.J l to mid Stark" Mis.to Friday t'II'eI.(U'i. II. afternoon Colson bone felon made, Mrs.!a I truer.Aim I I.niiwn.f'nndiu'y til of,departed:Iloville.\1! rll. IIc\this as ill lifo!-she Sunday was- I II I j, day.to Che-Ooy Gainesville' Fogg Tuesday inuile hu"inc.s- trip illl I I ,1.!"''Io.11;!,F'rli'I. ,: '":I'" ,I i,:::d'r',:;'.:/"lt.,:.":.!: l,,11 I,.,;" 1:1'1;:',::11;..1.:' t;t" ''I.'; !; (!( :1 II'1'II!I"!i'',:"! II" ,1I ll!;I",,!!ll'pll!! !, {(:III!" I,"':II: I!I ''iI!1'L'I!!I .11111..1 11 11l ", I II'II'a4'I' ,!!II!,,'II I'111111111


going :Mrs. Autumn of Wal ,'' ,' I I ) .'"i 1, '" '
IonilIm'. [ Youngblood/: : : I i i 111111'1"I !Illllj/: '
I after! !!,
hIIII.II. morning! a / 1'1"1
her ,
moved from right ,
p (:." f liowmi: of Clara: was re'l I from oc omplicatlon of denies and< old do, was/ here Friday, 'I."J'' '' '" '"1If";, 'IIU41'. ''il i 1'1: 'I> I, ,ill"I I i'l "' !|.1 la, ''iii II III11I, I (I''II i'i'Iii '!!"

M"iil.v, :,. uith. his! family. ,I ago.community;rice for bet: ,illo many has year lived, and in this had The with W. most C. met of hero the members Friday afternoon present : - hl'': ,:?:I,'" 'ti Is lf; ;r':'':,:' .II j: '';;':,',:'II,:;.''!I !illIjii: |! ,,':':1|, YOU f nn't help cutting loose joy us f
their i iI
: held '
Primitive '
T'io+ Ilapti.st " '
l and, the carried, : !. II | .:;rlr.: : time flu I
,,, New ] ihurch I many friend, hero and elsewhere who meeting! wits out I ._ ,III) 'iil'| eye ry yci: .3 h your
.tI| nt Hope
;ii"in+ i ni"i'ling i ) ,. ' ", I (: I
Friday Sat unlay)/ and I Sunday. guile are grieted) at her d"ath. She was a I Ironsisteit nicely 1Jf11'''l-y:,; 1 '. ,.,, !I,lji(;! ";,I 1'1:1' smokecprt! with: Princa. Alhrrt" -it hits f!,
I I: (- :: "i'( :
Adintist Ioy1l'Kinney.: of l\ount0.hI1. v ; ; :: ; : ;::
u few attended from. a distance, but on member" of the Seventh here Friday on business. 1'a u -"ill.1 ,! ,..,||/1' yea so fair and square. It'r n rcuttto fv. .1 '". f j/min//

count of the high water the attenO4pice \' nt this place, a devoted ('hl'i.1 Will Jones entertained number Yr 'a. y+irr : W kJZ afKl: : pip and cijjrjrottc"! : mcln's=; ::;Ua''-ire f'' ", ut'tisfysng
was smaller than ever before ( tinn a fond. mother and! a I Iall. a ." .. .....) :;
I 'I n. II. Willis visited her brother She loaves to mourn her depar-j of his friends, Thursday evening witha "... -,,,,"""... '." l"-t":' ..... ns it 13 delightful! every I Iv..cr rf the titnt't.: d!
'f' "
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:. peanut boiling. A large/ number at- \ ;: _
I tu,'('. two brothers 1) E. Lynn of : :
It Khuuf here last weekend
';'II.: C.: .Richard; ; ;.n.nI I business; : visitor i I Cainesvillc; ; and I). Lynn, of (Fort (' tended. iw"re.,.;.. "r.. -rE. s never too !I-to to hop l'-to! tie? F'-mcc Albert ':-Q,3cre.

to our town Saturday.was White three sons, I). :M. :Malphurs. Mr.\ ami :Mrs.. Percy Junes are tho I t": ,.t.k<1,..","'I't'. .:..... >. '''....,. ''rr parL.....cl! F C r. T"I.I.i' t-: : J"....,.,..-...;,,,1..,, -. \ou mureV.ick ,

I.I: .1.VUI',I and family were visitors of Hrooker Frank :Malphurs, of proud )parents of a fine girl horn I :tt' I.I.l ., .rf..1.: w ti: tog: \cco fun than yo".t! in your smgive oicc2rr.'r.:
fiaincsvillo: and .Malphurs: !! of Bland/, Friday morning.Mrs. ''' ...
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at the home of T. I. Godwin; at 1' < '
'( I'JniIlill, Sunday. bosidos; other ri'latives.The Wm. Sparks, of Louise, was: : }' '" :1 Tl-at'a fcecetide it hco t .:c 'llit:5': .
r here Saturday visiting her Andrew L .ar. "1. ,.
,T. C. Hazen and family spent Mon. interment took place in Bradford Spark! son, ':':;',1-1 t : f ,1.a., ( : as you know !!!! Albcri i you'llvrite ic uoIR'J \ "- .
l !last !Monday where a .l E' irin'r
day at Wannoo. i.umber cemetery of friends: gathered to the ,' :Mrs.! :Mami Crouch of Gainesville; .. ''l.\1 (j'1 I. 'a, : t.u -.- A ("r( ;:1r:>/:; ? :>o . . r i" -. .y.our' thro '
pay '
Mr. _nd Mrs.! P. A. Crosby returnff
was here Saturday, of heri .
I I1 - ---- -- -- lii.st tribute of respect to the departed! i hr..thl'r.ndrew Sparks guest s : .a :...;)4. 0(.l 1.\ : : :. .' -';tic ::clubivo; ; patented proccfc
.
I .one Tho floral offerings, were beau : :Mr. and :Mrs Alvin :McKinney of r :a' :':y it for what ails your tongue !

f ,;'. f'' """ .' ;l."I- i iF tiful. - ..---- / T.ouise:Mrs., were Kquilln here Dixon Saturday left Friday forIllnrlcshear It :' wkt: ,\,' .114 K : I'oppy t.:d be<;t, ti<.'y red tint handsome pound and half pound t;nr'y
f'r .t. umidor.-and-that clever, practical pound eryatalgfass humidor with
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( ; (
Ga., where she will visit! '
Q' \..0L\\trr:; I HAMPTON relatives and, friends for a few days I 1:,..; : ', sponge moistener top that keep the tobacco in each perfect conditioning

li ; t ;,. a :I Ili npVill.nm.L. nf !Kfiirlfn:: deliveredthree ..,.......... <.....,, . .. T> .... I ,., _
...
al Q. -- 1'1.i. J. Reynolds looacc-i Wmston-Salem.
V I very interesting;; ;: : sermons;:;;: here !!1 Company, :: N. C
.. llamjiton, Sept 12--Mrs.: : L. II. :Mil-
Saturday and :Sunday:; at the Christian,
", "'r. of Pnlatka. accompanied by her i ....,lI1..h. "'0 hope to have him withI
1 inter, Inn, spent u few hours in townSatiirdav. us again.; with her many friend: in Lawtoy's -

They wore enroute for I !MisKvn: llodM-, "f Hampton, was! yourger' set among whom she is III
.I'.' .Inek: .nuviik'T'hey have many friendsin 1 hero. Sunday quite popular. ,

Hampton who are always glad to !I II. I.'. (Price and two sons Murphy ;Mrs W. !'. Godwin is very much Starke Vulcanizing \Works

w < r era them.' I 1 and Willie and daughter: motored over missed these days. This lady, prominent !
;r its I Philip I'oarro, Hampton's new bar- to llarrpton Sunday. in Lawtey society has boon
:i hr' '1'. has recently. moved in the Saxon -- ---- --- sent for several week :Most! of IIh-1 I _

> iittage on Main street.I | CI.AY/ HILL tune has been spent in Georgia. Mrs., ''
I A. M. Williams was! transacting Godwin has her two little boys with flow about that old tire of yours? Are you I
Clay hill SVpt. 12.-Tho flay Hill
business in Stnrke Saturday. I school openoil, up Monday morning her' and, reports having had! a very i enjoyable going to throw it away without giving us a

0 o Y i I Dr. nr-d" :Mrs. I. I II I. Hunter W'I''i!! with M'ss' Janio :Snip; \ ns U-arhur., Thn 1tP'rteY) are i xnected; homo1 I II chance to save it? More than likely it has sev-
$ itors to Jacksonville! Tuesday! prospects, anhri 'lit for a splendid, I this week anti! their numerous friends
) I j !Mrs. 10'. E, Henry, who has! been t"I'1Iof school.I will bo more- than delighted to sec eral thousand more miles of service in its car-

I !spending! several weeks in Hondorsonvdlo I :\ .!!!" ,!!. W. A. and H. S. Starling I them. ,, cass.

I and Atlanta returned to her i were In Highland Tuesdnv.' Sunday. !Sept 7th. 1fll!>. will long be Let
| 'homo here Tuesday.Mrs. 'I I F.:. II, Carter, and son, Henry, made I lemombeicd, as a memorable day in us help save you money by skillfully re-
'a business trip t to Jacksonville Thurs.Idny pairing tires and tubes. Do
S. A. Saxon left last! week for the history of that well known and your not wait until

i Anthony)/, where she expects! ta spend i I i W.. M. Starling and son iloraoc who popular reside family just outside the', Terry of the family(city, small. cuts, punctures, and sand blisters de-

several weeks with her daughter, | were in Jacksonvilel Thursday, on busmess. :Mr., andI..s.: . J. C. Wyritk have been I|! velop into more serious trouble. Prompt attention

t Mrs J. n. Woiithersby.Mrs. I visiting at the homo of their parents I to these minor injuries add thousandsof
H. '. Wynn was a visitor to W. :M. Austin was attending/ business :Mr. and :'oft.". T. J. Terry. and on may
!Starko' Saturday. in I Highland, Thursday day morning/ the stork quietly sun-I miles to the life of casing and tubes.

I| J. .Tunes one of Hampton's) )pop1 I 11. II. Carter was n visitor to Highland over. town and out to the Terry ,
I 1 ulnr men-hunts, left Tuesday for I'hil- Wednesday bringing a gift for :Mr. and :Mrs Wy- With our up to date vulcanizing!: equipmentwe

udolphia. IIi!! children will return Johnnie 1'iulgott, made a business rick in the )person of a beautiful can tike care of your repair work promptlyand
I I I'jtrip to l.awtl'Y Thurday.L. bouncing baby, n trill: J I. weighing just
I' home with him.R"v. ;I I R.: Starling was in Starko Satur- I seven and one-half )pounds.! By this most satisfactorily.
/ :McfJuiro) filled his regular apI 1 ,
kindIl.t
the has
I pomtmcnt here Sunday. i I day.Iaisha: Wilkinson of Highland: was ,, interesting stork chapter contributed to the Terry avery You will! be pleased to learn that we have been

Paul+ Kmibh of :\Ii>nine, (:n., is visit ,, in our community Saturday family history as well us adding! one fortunate in securing a stock of those well
: ing friends and relatives hero thisjwook. 1 I Loin :Moseley I.. \Wilkinson and more naniito their gi' rcuulgical tree. ,
i known and depen.J.blefo'it: :
Miles
> i i nllrH'Lunlr were visitors to IInlnT'I"n '- I and this most wonderful baby !hi lusty Per Dollar"Firestone

I :1 Friday.S. tones and baby language; has already" )/ Red Inner Tubes. Good fur 6000 miles.
i I'f $ i| Uov. Armstrong will fill his ('A'ulnr'np"irltnwnt 1. Starling: was attending) to bm- informed I the world that her name is
{ Take LAY Ports Power, T't ) here Saturday night and! mess' in Lnwty Saturday !, Hilda Lois Wyrick nnd bring that she While this stock last we are making a special

i'i your make) and automobile the LAY IVrt.i(any :Sin-day.; )/ |i iI I l I.onnio Carter; spent :Saturday: and''' arrived on Sunday: plenty of time FREE offer of a Firestone Tube Mag with every
't Saw or if l The Hampton school is progressing! Sunday, in Maxville with friends. j" for< Sunday school her name was at Tube purchased
( your own saw or repaired. This is
bag
''n a you already hove noel) to r | merle. under, the management of Prof. Hartley long made a trip to Highland : once placed on tho ciudle roll of the a convenient -
the job. Don't bring the H. H. Wiggins. J|I Saturday. | Cirace M. K.: ,church I I.nwtey. of which safe container for the tube.
I W. ILv.. farter. visitor to
was a
her mother is member.
I a
job to the "1: ,ii'iiclU GOODYEAR FIRESTONK
r Mr*. Idc-ll.-i Priest who has been Icvtoy: !Sntimlay. / \: W. I"'. Godwin was n business visitor i. T1KF.S
c portable po-vcr, not I spending| | several" weeks! in Hawthorn j ji \: K.lwar.l: farter. hardy and I.onnie'' to Jacksonville Friday. BAILEY'S ALL RUBBER P/VICIIES I
stationary power i, r-tuvnod to her home Saturday. Padgett. L. W. \\'iI1dnllonwre visi-
.1. T.1"01': left Law
toy on Mond'iyi"i
4 Save time money \\'. K.: Ilntrhinsim.; who has beenv'sendintr tni-i+ to Highl.-ii'd Sat in-day. STUK'
R
labor. 1, ( ;;lie *\ :IN' \\ I I.. 'So. h" is spi'nd'MCi : I BURROWSIIVIVFilSITV FLORIDA J
; Mes! -'fMm, Charlie and John Wil
several eIwith! his daughtor.
1 | : ,, i f v i Saw Inter wooj kinvnn.Vilhur 1'lIl'I'iqh.lrK.: (Geo.. E.
your J | :MrMimtip: Chrisclo, of ..Taoksonvilto. WilkinIsun :Miss :McKinney. former ly ef Lake ,- F '
---
right in the womt tot. S Wilkinson and :Miss Maudo. :. I
]i mIl tinted St.ullIthll'! and I Butler, has been appointed to takeiharge - =- _._ ._- ---- . .- ,
t Saw it at cost o. ISc were in Highland' Saturday. -
a ntiiuhor, of the seventh andeighth
other points of interest returned, tohis .. t !
| -- -- -- --- --
prr cord. i3.I | grades in thechool nt Law-
' \ it fist three home :Monday evening. lie reports i! i.lallS-1'.tlIF'r'1': I ; : A STANDARD UNIVERSITY
Saw ai as I pleasant trip. I IMisses toy. She has made u splendid "staitinul I I '
n very _
men can bring it to the I good results are anticipated.( She i I COURSES Liberal: Aria and Science: Law:
caw. ! Kvpljti and. :Mildred! Seals, I.awtcy Sept. 1-:!.-The sound ofi will board, at the home of :Miss! RcbecI U 'I' L II U II I A gnculturc; Lducauon; c.ngineeringChemiI I
( Thousand* of farmers ore of .Tnc1convillp.! are welcome visitors wedding. bolls. at non. Saturday\ let i|I I Whitohend.I 'l. Civil, Electrical Mechanical.

i using LAY portable Im to TTi'mprnn! thiwook.. i out the secret that Cupid hud again I I I I n.lies Aid of Crocei: E.'rhurch Premedical University Course extenaiun.ATTENDANCEI and. Graduate Stud.ea.I I

I I elementsmanufactured Levy Johns who has been spending :' started. his ,round-, capture heartsin is meeting this week at the I U' From 51
: his
the largest builders of ff :Mrs. .1, Moon: but counties andFLORIDA
by home T. the
I us
homE'aturlny. section. I Ii I| I
\i' automobile belt some tune in Georgia. returned tins 21 states. 1P26 (tudentt. including army
power Guests of :Mrs. Dr. Brown.
in the world >. | :Miss. Edith Padgett a well known and summer ichooli.
implement* lady resident of A ,rather sud den doi.th incurred" on I I Rated by the War Department of the '
." I -with treat success. ,ir :Mrs I'oaslcy, of Tampn Is vlsitlmj! mill popular; Hyung FrUlnv morning at the home of11': 1 twelve one
:
"DISTINGUISHED
r Ask us about LAY Porta { her grandfather, T. J. Punlen! thisweek. Lawtey and :Mr. T. K. Lewis a highly'respected I and :Mrs ila.'utch.( hwo live on tho i the United State COLLEGES"i
t Power. wen tell you and prosperous young man. outskirts of Lawtey. Their little 3at EXPENSES LOW. Next
ff ffIf session begin Sep-
why can't afford to who and conducts n largo farm A. A. MllRPHftFF
i 1.1. you ; A elilekoc! pil.iu was en loved, nv the owns "" old,' son. James :'IlarIn.. was ember 22nd. Write for catalog and book of
be without one.We'll about six miles west of Lawtoy, were ,.truken with attack LL. D. Pre.dent views, .
\ Thursday a severe GAINESVILLE, FLA.
:
roam folks! nt the home of Mrs! J. :M. i' '
: gladly demonstrate occasion 'on Saturday at noon united, in mar- t of dysentery, a doctor was called -
:Maxwell FrMav night The
LAY Porte Power or any Tinge in tho city of Starke. The young ,II and everything done to save the -
1. of the LAY Line of port seas well attended: and, greatly enjoyed. i I! couple had! to go to Starke to got their ; ihUd's life, but the little sutferer

j able implements-LAY ,'j license, and while there decided that)'p I'n.'d| away in the early hours of

Saw Rig LAY. LAY Pole Porta Saw. 1 1la lev. John :Mulladv. ofnttonitetl HnmT'ton.1 I they might as well kill, two birds with I Friday morning. The family is \yell INSURE WITH

t Saw LAY Porte Min LAY church !services at Lake Butler one !stone. Thus-when Judge/ Gardiner known and highly resf'rtl'd. having,
lived in this section ', andmuch
k Porto Pump, LAY Farm Sunday" :'olonllIhI', )/ took up his! smilinglyhanded. thorn the license JOS E. WILSON
in
is felt for them
M Light, LAY Milking MBclmic work for the government and l startedon he was told! that he might aswell sympathy
this hour of their; sudden bereavementThe
rtc. Come in his through the southern I' STARKE: J FLORIDA
: ''f t Journey ,, finish\ the job tohich proposition body was Interred In the Lawtey

V, .,* when you're la town 1 pcninsul.t.! .. the genial judge: very gracious-'1I t iomoter Satunlii: afternoon, funeral I GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE
I ----- I I I {ly acquiesced. and tho knot was tied ;, services! being conducted, by Rev. W.I .
I .1 11 I I I %IIIIIt:! I cn.\It.\1 in n very few minutes. Tho ci-romony' Overstreet.A . I
"i: 1 I[ over and the blushing: bride. in posses- 1 !son \\,1horn\ to Mr.[ and :Mrs.
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I Graham. Sept.' 12.-.Ins. Heynolds'mrde Minn of the marriage certificate the' Adam Andrews on September: ?nd.

r n business trip to Starke :Mondiiv. happy couple) loft for their honeymoon ) Prof. Lormie Futrh. of the Vandcrbilt -

trip which had to be shortened on account '| school was! in Lawtey Saturday. :Miss Ruby ByH! of Jacksonville, 'the highest/ grade, seemed to take
W. I II.! Riggs, who creditable
passed n
I II. Charley :o.feT'innllv.: of Louise was of sickness in the family at j civil service "Xiiminntion u few 'is upending a few Jays in Lawtey at much interest in their studio As

\. l"rMnndav: on huslness.Mr home. They returned in n few days, months! raga, received appointment a the home. of her parents.W. stated last week owing to the scarcitynf

I.,. : and :Mrs. Bobbie Surrency, E.1,1 and have taken up their residence on few days ago Frday.Mrs.; H.. Hurt was a visitor to Starke teachers in the county at thepr: '' .
""I'rynn.1 Miss(!! Beatrice Aberna'Jiy Mr. Lewis' farm. Their many friends;' :Mrs. J. C. Byrd spent last week .
: Louis :Marr visited relatives in tt.ichirwere < i
i I tr eat time three of the six
were in Starve :Monday. are wishing them happiness! and sue- with relatives in Jacksonville. ..
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Highland 5nturdu r
H H. Jones tons! returned from Tam ,, cess with long life to enjoy. j Wilniot Brown of Tampa, Is spending ) local I substitutes until reg! u .1 I Ihere I'
{ G James teachers be secured. And we
'ai sg Shepard and family were visitors can
few days in Lawtey at the home
I'IH Yk I It It 1'1and other points' south where he Miss Eva Patch now a resident ofJacksonville > a
of his parents Dr. and Mrs G. W. to Jacksonville Saturday. state that if regular teacherscannot
month and engaged In commercial : I t
has horn for the )past or two. i| Brown. The first week of the present! term be secured the welfare of the
Jim Craves )vas In Hampton Tue<- life' there Is spending her vacation :Mrs. Ury Gunter and baby returnedto of the Lawtey high school which closed pupils are in good hands In every tint on biiiine| ..... at the home of her parents :>Ir. ] Jacksonville Sunday, after spending Friday was a very successful one. and we believe that this

Miss! Pontrire Abernathy left Tues. and Mrs.! George Futch. Miss Eva two weeks at the home of her There was a daily Increase in atten-I will be one of the prosperous term I

t tS: '.a'" :; S.I?.nt."h.I+ ,'.'9 day for Jacksonville after a few days I has been having a splendid time visit- j parents, :Mr. and. Mrs. G. I.. Futch. dance and all, from the little to of school in Lawtey.
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