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 19, 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: VID04725
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WILL THE "FLU" COME BACK I .' -t .. .. -i' .;, '!, !' 'ti> ,' .. .J> $' 9a j DLOXIIAM WARO AI.KAIIKM; i. ClLl:: I COMINii) ; 'l U LAWTEYLawtey IIL'RRICANE; I: SIR1KES: TEXAS:

AGAIN DFRIM; IllS HUn , .. i =STARKE TOW Slt\1 Ll.sT NOW 300

I I .' no'CHT WANT; A LEPER3> We like to write u man's name familiarly Sept: 1!).-:Mrs. S. L. Al-
. Probable Hut h--;; :Means Certain COLONY; IN:> THIS =SECTION: : ; ? like that without putting 1 Under the auspices of the Woman's \'ol'et. of Starke, was visiting rela Dallas, Tex., Sept. 14.-Driving fur. (
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:Snys; Surgeon General Blue ,". ," Government Plans to Establish: ';> be presented m Stinke at the high wl'k.H.'v.
write William II. Bloxham or Henry J. C. Oiggs. of Starke filled ly in the section southwest of Giilvea-
.. of Persons A(The led With ?> school auditorium dining the ,
Washington Sept 17.-"Will the i i"flu" I .. Colony Clay or Onniel Webster. coming his regular appointment at the Law- ton the tiopicul hurl'i"111, which hassleirteil
This Loathsome Disease in The I.' fall and winter months. There will I the
tntes gulf coast
" come buck thin jcar? ,.. (Gainesville-, ;Nearby SectionCcdar e' As we are to write( of the next commandant be five splendid utliactions, namely t.y1: E.: e ''Ir'h. South Sunday. for nearly a week bus apparently
This being asked, thousands of the fcatuiv of :
question by mihtnrj ) ( ..
visitor Jacksonville
The] Fighting .:t nuerucans (the war as l'll1. I to
of scientists and millions. of the of Floiida will swept IIIlalJ 1111' the Mexican Dorder.
lay .. University we give; told i of the week.
Key 17. A letter> in story and ) Vicrrn'sUoval pl't ;
Sept. song ; is t..I"
I inh'I'rul>
,. men throughout the world i is discuss-: .' has In c n lei' 'i\cd from Congiessmuu '* the military salute and say Lt. Colonel 1 l I I Hawaiian I i Singers" anil I Plavers''; Ha Iphrl'ljthl I visited, .JilekgOi V I I le- with WI'uIIUli'atiol the most \
, rd bv ..Mirgion' / (General; Blue of the ., Flunk Clink at \Wash-. > I Llloxhnm \Ward. fin it I i.s he who The t1 Id'otds I ( "lIwhol.Iilf'rl'nt ) latter* part of the week. 11'1'1 a.foct..1
; !Lrownsv: (; t
public health] service official bulletin has been ,detailed to this And .Limes lil. ull .1'118 appaiently -
in un .. position. > M. Stalling
inifton. advising that lien. Blue. The Columbia Se\tette I t ; The I Liberty eiinie over from ,
, the brunt of tho storm.
which H said that the this detail does honor to the Universit.v. .
in plagueprobably lacksunville I I .
.. of the U. S. public health service .* Belles.There! i and I spent, Sunday at his
will but lie succeeds the much '01. hume lllv""lul: was by the powerful '
reappear not as s-e loved ( in East: Lnwtey. KIVl.t
lectures in thi.scy'iise.
hud culled him und advised f are no dry
probably' will but not on Walker, who has become old! enough :Miss I >" 1 built tho I'.HIO dm- '
reappear as se- .' that the had from two to three \ : All of the numbers are musical Maud culls; of Jacksonville., will IIrlr "
"I'r..lah I luit ,, ceitSin-! i to be retired from details like uster.Col.
lv b.v even
n means hundred atriictod, with and entertaining I u The entirecourse i 'P"I.t! Sunday at t tl homo of her parents -
ly theie will bo a recurrence of the o. the loathsome poisons disease. of leprosy .' this ('III. Walker doesn't look it. Tho will! cost I the club $500) andthey tlt'. ,and; :\ Ai.h Giillls.: in .
i inlluen/.a! I t I limit i i be Last: pus (Cliusti. Sept. 17.Daikness .-
epidemic this year gays and that thugovernment was ex- military IIEI? must very young\ are extremely anxious.. that the Lawtey.Ileiiiy 1l''
Gen. Blue I Iw'nu ("'.Walker still looks like I u foil on storm-stricken
ceedinglj anxious to get them lo- kid. The here have known him a g< iferiil/ public piofit by this lyceum.Double I I I Buriu-y. of( Jacksonville, vis_-rtty* of Corpus> Christ i and imvlronstoiiiKht

"Iiiduations, < me that should it oc-1; cuttd III some permanent place 's"" people ) season tii-ki!Is I will bo sold for ited relatives in Lil toy Sunday. ( with the list. of dead
so long and he has rendered suchysplendid fl'ul
cur. it will not be as severe as thepnnclem nt the earliest possible. moment.'t $6.| ; .single: season I tickyt-iM: special I A religious tieat* is promised for SnndavV hurricane* )

of the picviotis" winter.. City He also .stated that suitable locaf service that ,wewill always'love > "rates will I be mudo for all I I school children. !Lawtey during (he first ) of Oc- und vvith m t heavy nppl'uu'hilg301
pint u rum a
him. ; a-
hasIjeen
officialstate, and city boards of turns had been f..IIT11t'1n Florida *' Many a ,'oungmall .\ committee( will I canvass: tho ober. when Kev: I Hi-iny, E/ell.; of most f
health .hoiild b,. propmed. in the e\ .lit I I prepari'd for the military' seivico town and I take .. Brveev'illo.' I continuously throughout tho toY
and, unless. scrums objl'diun'ac: i t s uh"'riptl..n. for season : wl HHMIHI* C. I lUggs liiini 'iuuuz the work of
) clearing
of his country by Col. Walker and hi' I'I'.J ) away
of a recurrence. The fact that a ,.' tickets the bo ,in in ,
previous ' made liy the people l'l'>4ldiltjt in -hould he proud' of his> record. money to paid I senes n-vival "lvl. at the (the il'hn-I i and increasing u the miflVr-
attack brings immunity to a cor-I f the locality, the leper colony -to just before the first\ at( ruction a ppears. I."le'tey M. 'K i-hur.h. !South. Kev. of
I of
.. tain percentage of cases should ('nI.'aid i is young man still in Ezell his held, si-verul suciessful. jog hUI"ln.11 hOI1.I.'sR.
ser All I I I the bodies
feur on the part of those} ull'licted in . Clurk writes that !' nitive service nn.l l. therefore, does notcome '1'1,,' lyceum course will I begin in ies of revival I services" in Lawtey durIIIK had attimpts abandoned at identifying -
'I to the retired because of
tho previous epidemic. .'. he advised (ien. Blue that he was Ml'nt"ul

"Influenza is spread by direct IIn,11 i quite sure that the people would' -. fnends, hero will be glad/ ,,f tho .
I The writer was once a member of op i ,.ilencv: I the .shores. Nuc-ces bayweie
I I
indirect contact. It Is not yet certain 4 object to the location of such un *> I I .VMP'IOVHampton : ): ,,1.tuniy, to Iwuhim again. the .I

"! that the germ has been i"olnt'd.1 I L .. institution und! that he had advised <*' congress' and appointed Col. Bloxham :: . Smith \'' a business visitor tuiuuus. hurrying illterml'l1t.The corpses. to nearby
Ward to West Point. We shall
neverforget I II fl'
or discovered and as n ronvquenccthere i .. . the residents of Games- 5' the circumstances. We had determined I: I !Sept. I 19.! -Clinton Dur- to .Jacksonville Itt week. bay front is lighted, tonight by
is yet no positive preventative | vile Bronson and Cedar: Key to t' I I den and wife of have been B. L. IllIn'hI'1 cnmo over from
Tampa "
that year to !t'RVethl' matter \ n scoie or more of 1 huge* ; boo II res. Into
.JZl 'k.
except the enforcement! of rigid rules i protest against ]locating the colony ( sinv ii .
to a competitive examination. spending a few days with Mr. I Durden's "p.nt Sunday ut his these fires are being cast the curensses -
of sanitation and the avoidance of'I j I in his. district. plll'enlh': and :Mrs. T. J. Dur- Ilnw here. :I' nf
selected [ cattle
Judge James T. \Wills: Prof. diowned; whE'1 t the tidal J
personal contact. A clone relation be. It is well known fact that the Several
1[ a den. I'unilwnt iturlC arrived %
.c Holloway then of Gainesville, and in ,'I wave swept( uv.1 Mustuiu 1 island, lyIng 1
tween the influenza pandemic and .. department has been quietly' Hon. \V. A. :McWdlimns, of !St. Augustine :Miss Nellie O'Kcefe, of Lake City, Ins town Thl."tIV. Carr (Colley with I across. I the mouth of (Corpus: Christi I
constantly increasing th"l looking for a location and <$>
special from
pneumonia .. as the examining committee is. visiting fnends here this week. lnt Starke bo- bay. |
tality late to the fall have visited I I lIlt I
\ prior of 1919 agents the various among tILl iii her. Carr's
recognized. It is now believed that .. portions of the <& That committee gave notice that they Miss Nellie: was once a resident of :Mr. (Gibson, of : cousin. '- .iWORIUU.
state gathering '
I Mulbeny with TELEGRAPH'S: :
N would hold l the examination in Pllint.I Hampton and has a host (lr friends the WI. I ; ) .
the disease was pretty widely disseminated data. <> paity. These
, ka on n certain day at certain hour. here who her.Mrs. popular young men II
The a are u always\ glad to see in -
throughout the beforeit location of such Inst I- *- I ,., ,
.' country ..' un .. There were about thirty-five or fortyyoung ; I II. t'. 1111'p'r. who has beenspending t'Olpl"yilh II' ,"mjly pupular, ] ;Names of Those Who Paid Subsi-rip- ;.
was recognised in its epidemic tution would be nothing less "unJ Indies, I theMi.sses; iVa; Futch
men there to The. wfth I
\. state. This failure to recognize the than a calamity] to the state at examination was in writing compete and hud 10v"I'1I1:' ., letuined i'dativesin to her nl,1 I,! !'"n\n'\ l fi mkins i f-nfoved, .I "everal I I ton Inrinlnll..t ;
' early cases appears to have largely large und more purticuluily to *> rol'J vil.I04" delightful I I I auto tiip.., and I before IiwniK ,
,I been going on about two hours when She .
was accompanied P I D. Miner W.G .
been due to the fact that every interest the unfortunate place ut which *' JI'i.lay. for I their hoin.M. | | visitors Tltlin;: ,
II young man walked in and said howanted by :Miss I Hattio. Tur. tl expiessed ;. ,
; 111' ball Louis : .1.
,
: Hunter
was then centered on the war. it was located which would be I I tlumselvpu' ,,s | ;;, ,.1'li| | ,,|ht.. I I l' \1
to enter the I.'n'
contest. Thecommittee .11 i's Mil-n: (;, ] B. I" ,
"Concerning important questionof known in future simply as the *> IIr. wlh Law* lev" and its' ho" 'ui. Hodges, F. i
ipilnlity.
immuritv conferred by an attack of "Leper Colony." I It would U- .. I told him he was too late.He Eugene. Henry was a visitor. to Vnl- the guests. were i 8omt'or ; W Eiuniicld.: .: P. H. Neals: G G.I .
I explained, that t tilehome -
; his
influenza the e\ ulenciis not conclusive : o .shunned us, II' pest house an.I'it! *> train had been .11.11, Gu.; Sunday '. of :.Miss. I{,' .(.,t'II'I.tlll1llt, Whitehead. I I Burrows; John (I'ort.V.. M. jlt'oh", II

hut there m reason to believe! that I would have a tendency! to keep belated He and ho had just reached town. Misses, and.I Mildied\ I Seals, I I,. cnrefiil I fr, your i bealtli, sleep. I I M I. (l. 'Kelly, I II'nryUI'III.. :Mrs. W.
hadn't time 11',1)1
IIn attack durmir tho earlier stages of I| away fn m the state thousands had to wash his face who have b..1 *. week with withwln ,\'. wid, at .1. litii'. .<.'u..1. 1. 'oln. |I.l W. tlIll"n.,
brush his hair "I"'n iiiglul
The committee finnallv I < ,
01' lO I. V. Brooks I". A. J. I 1). ;
the epidemic i, confers a l'Oll of tourists.. their lends here, returned to I drink only I the purest water. Then' old.
but nnl t absolute immunity in idl'l'abh"1 *> Letters' should, be sent at once .. told! him they couldn't go! hni-k ) in Jacksonville Friday.Mrs. IwirhonH' ' lie 'lul' "f ..i'I"wslC |jilIn.I I E:. W. I Hayes I :1 1'4. (C. I E.: I)iuumghi-
for him wait rn"i nromifl I
for but !
tc-i. oifltireaks. .. or him agreedIn , W. I Waters, .!. E.: lainc's.Vni.. ,
to Senators Trammel > I i
and
In.1 danger I
of
I give him the) hack sheets. and lot W E. ;Middle-ton und tlrt. tIl (Il In -
c'hilll'I r..tll'n I I! J. I .
)
"D) ,t.
spite the fact that there is still' I I Fletcher and. Congressmen Claik, him I and I I I of jog. II. Whit.I..r. SIII..II.V.
catch up-If he could. He caught ,
Gt''all Stll'k .
some uncertainty t the nature of Smlthwick II7.c. "i M. Sullivan.. *
as > Drune Sears
I and by to I The '" 11 Ilrk'r.
Grace
in Saturday and 'li.fsof :
and. the
un end won by a goodTM'rcentiijrp. Methodist eh.nh. I : ohio Silcox Mrs
the miiro organism/ lousing influenza the people of the ,state, protesting Sunday. I. (enelightfully( \1'' V l: !'I"". I ,
II. was from the good entertained i on r".t I Wainwriglit.. ',V. I
tliintr is Vat I
tertnm s
one that (he disease is I II\ 4
vigorously against locating
I'] old liiv. Anustrong tilled. his IHiiisiluv I I at I t the home 1lt"
of regularappointment of
county Bradford. I I Mrs, J. T. 1 I .
ommuniiulilp from >. Sam I I liari
person to person. this leper colony in tho state of at the church, :\ln",, MIS. I Brown \Vililt. NO"lut.It. II
:Moreover The writer appointed him to West Baptist I' I' acting ?, hulC- I I I'. Gay; :Mue J.M .
judging from experience In I i I Iother Florida. It is not wanted by aqy e Sunday. I lie culledaa I ti- for the urternoon. I I'l : t's. WilliSj
diseases, it is probable that the other state in the union IIncl'o> 1 Point. When he got there they tried I WIK unanimously It was the t. liiow-le; ,'. I I. %. \\'VII, T. P. :AfurIrhee ( .
the htmiu' him. I He fanned "a>.lol' for the cliunh, the coming perm whatever its nature, is ..aniI' theie ;is no reasonh;\, it should ., game on .Vd I ..,. .r J i T"llin." .:iiijup.| ;.Mrs.iPipuJIn .
nbout not onlv by those who are ill :! be saddled upon our fair state. .0> I nut the whole bunih. He became popular )111' alwnvs."ii-tj I ,a lii th meet I i uijt., III'f,; ; I Inln.) '. U Ensey O.

with ii'fliien/a.' but by persons who .a and trtadimtod, high in his class. I II'. I Illh.r I was attending to pro Wiowii IhonxiHilenioved.* .I .I. .\I ,i's. J iW. 1/'rl'Y. I 1!, '1', 'I"r. fouisSny. -
I ., . .. . The Gainesville Sun has .. in Louise Sunday: pioved I Ii', ,' .1|*f. its ,"" | ili-r, : .
may be etitmly well everythingwhich .'0, s' .' a I I already" I1UHI.. splendid "ll. a 11 l 1 ni"ii-s" \V, II. I'liillin't ,
increases personal contact, --. ----- given his militaiv career. It i is high afteinoon. hosten." mldiiif t to'lheenioy. i K:. l l\ l'ol'IWI.| <)ui>'ley Luniher & Sup- S

therofoie, shoulil be regarded as a II and honorable./ We greet Col. Ward Claud, B.rt: und family were visitors I 11'11 of the 'party) b\' si.i, lllf'| ,', fr.s" |, |"d, < ., i :. :Moid. N. I II.) Wynn \V. -

fllctol in ,SMrcndinir inflnnnvn"It FIMRL;; : SERVICKSThe !:) ) !to: .the !University. and to tho city.iininesvillo .- to Louise and (;I'lIhll Saturday and nienls'I.'.I .J at".'.,..flu-.,.,"" ,I.Ychl'iIigiiilI 1.,_\.,. ( ,, ,J 111'1"1,, IGodwin I ; I H I. I. Brovvnlee' H C. I Itl.

I "It probable: ; ;; : however; ;; that ; I Snin. iiinuuy.Mrs. .' ".. "-( -' I WiY, ,'v..rn I I 'hl"i'"I. ( ieo.; 1"II'c'I..h.I MI.-IH I Ida l \VarI' "

we mar ('\peit at least local recurrence finieial. I rvic-i's ovi-i the lateMr. .--- :'ul Enimu K i uk Ia uiiI. of Tampa, .11.v" Him wisk" tiavelrrg, in his earover ,',' iI I I'V.. I I 41, T. Gi"t.i Iii", "I
Ii C 1' ( I 1.1111
'amn
were held at his home L'lisl: "
in the near future with an increase Friday nCtcinoon conducted by Rev. | DEATH: 01' MRS.: T. E. HICKS: and daughtci, Bonnie Belle: w'rl visitors business.Ilciiluh on. tl. ( iaes t transacting I I 1 I I. I Molt, C.( !:. lu"'r." It. A. (;r if- h"

over the normal mortality Claude at the home of E. .J I.inl last .. K I I': Kolierts. . I'. !
Koss, ofhl' : /.I'I''I. .
from pneumonia for perhaps several I Episcopal church. i w..k. returning home Sit ii ji, the Iltl. 9-year-old John-men. I! | B. Y. t tifl'o.ll
I The II
years, and eeituinly] we should} be as> I business houses 4f the city were : Plant City. Sept. I II.I --Thursday Mrs. M. I':. Mamie's friends. will beglutel daughter of "l i. nnd :. . Chas. Sapp. Hardy WillililM.IVikov 1, A. J. :MiIvinney. '- ,
closed! while The
far as possible. ] prepared, to meet them they took, place.] in- r' evening 10:20:: o'clock, the angel of to 1'ul'n I that she is. rapidly i nn- 'bus been yu4 y .duiiKc-rously a ill. '111"1, l i I II 1. IRen! fri., .'. L. Edwanls,

by previous viguturation of forces I torment was at Crosby cemetery. uI death made his call and took to her pioving l I in hc.llth.Ih' sick over two weeks ago I the little, gu | 11. ) I II). 1. I K.V.. -i j f

and measures for attempted prevention I to large procession their. of those( who wished ,.i "ip-ward M rs. T. K.:: I Hicks.I I Her death I \V'. J llitlrlh.ton. of Staike, was h.'ii&ill I. worse, and i in I few days n f- Kei',III'UII.I'S.. I I. 1..1 lee, C. LUlg. '', ?il iSM ; vj

treatment find scientific investi I pay lust respects to the deceased -J I was a great ,shock to her family and attending professional business. in ter taking to her bed, l III'. Brown who Allie .\ni\ie E.: I \1'" JiiltonClirti
followed. til(' remains to their' friends although]( her health had been had, been t I SI'nl. ,
gation. our town Saturday.Miss attending I the ihild i ,, deilaied I u I'. I : L Wilkin"nlrK.. J. t 0.
: final
"Evidence; collected, during last win resting place. I It impaired for neaity/ a year. She was ; . Viola. Chapman* of Putnam it to be I rase. of typhoid fever I Luke. Wi; Illh. T 1 J ('hlt..y. 10.T .

ter's' pandemic points strongly to infected '| I'.eside: the relatives living in this not confined to her bed until four Hull, was in town 1 few hours Sunday developed i into I miller I serious (' 'I 1 I I'II l'I".h. ::1 l t. I ""IliICCn., IJ. J. Tilturn. f

eating ) utensils- i ieocpl'l'ililly i section, t the folluwingWE'rc present : !I I days. before she' died when she was Miss Chapman has 11''c'pt".1pu"ition u and ut one till I Ih'r. W(" ',' grave I '' I II.I Stevtnni, T. J.

in places and drinking where food and, 1 ;Mrs, .1. 1:. ( arrlM and little daughter, taken with a stroke of paralysis, dying i in the tVu Ida si hind ii nil. was doubts/ ns In her reeoveiy, I However ,;: Moon., ::11':. ,... |It. I.. Green, T. II. Pinholster. I

drink I Lillian of Philadelphia: and Irs.1 I I at her home in South Plant City. mi her way to her work. we UI'(' glad I to lepoit I teh most seiious. W. E.: Wninwright.
ale sold to the public as being I F. L. Tinner of Richmond, Va.. and'': :'Mrs Hiiks> was born in Bradford dungc-r iasHi-,1 I ami I I Beiilah .
one of the. modes of transmission of J. V. Jones und.1 daughters ,ii-turned [ now slowly -- ----- -
:.hi I, ,disease"1 ;Mr. Lem Cason and little son. of onnty in I 18r I unii...novel to PlantCity Sunday evening i from I Philadelphia.t r".I i tug. :Muih* credit I is duo the I phy, II'ET\C'OST.\ MIII: :' 'INGKev ; J :

--- i i Plant! City. P. L. ( askins. Esq, of in 1002! (): residingnere ever Ril1C.She \V. C. Hunt was a business' visitor hi.un. and t those of the family who ..
i Jacksonville, came clown Thursday to haves six daughters and two cure* of (he hild j for '
i tho
lo Starke Tuesday 1lll' success I II J.
I. Thomas I'entacostnl!
\\ OKI) HIM; (; i ON : ur..rnolrK. a
i oirer his. assistance in arranging for : sonone." brother und one sister to :\ II. U. Wc-esl visitor, . in so cU"e.11' .
to 11''olplsh.1 K"I'i"UI I i t ", of I Bradford I , coun
I| the funeral. i 01011 ill her death." Pour I daughters t a nilone und WI., I ;\ IIrll . .;. I II I. Moore, who /lias Tllo"t. forineily I
Sunday. i : ( i
t l-ilav nt
,
Worthington; Sept. 19.! Ormun The-n'sl4l Saturday use mm g a i
------- ---- -- son reside in Plant 'ity and the . 1",1 absent I in Ti-nesseo for nWltinl
--- ---- severalweik I
.1 ii;'ksonvillo. A large, I Itleporled -
Summers and I I
\ spent Saturday night ('.\11I1 OF'IHXNKS; : remaining ones in Bradford (countv. relumed to Iheir It"Itnr.e I
; Ilnw in Mast: and I imuh j
NtTl('I'; inti I
Sunday with parents at Lake City.V. : The remains were in charge of Un Lawtey Mr. and Mrs.l Iwinl i
\ R. I Dubosp) and wife made. a lutll'luy. mlnlf"HtC'fl I ;Mr. Thomas o .'xtl'lI:1:
It'rlnk"r'eklC und laid to rest Moore 1! ll
business trip to Tallahassee this wl''kShl'l'ilf I| We take this. means of expressing were Chanter ) of 1 W! I W. nh. i ng' had I an enjoyablevacation I j (11 I the friends* of this'i dunoininnlii.n -
sincere thanks in O.iklawn; cemetery. 7fOO.rl ) and* I both ii (' now I in splendid I
our for the valuable / attend, t the !
Eppi rson anti Ieputy B'lis-> :. provides j who .JukI"nvill.t ,
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weie Knoxville
"lrll'C
Tenn.at .
and appreciated services rendered to : and ,
den hero ; writes that the l.acka.u -
Inman" "reVI'.t"Harrison" who Thursday.has been employed I: us by kind friends during our sad be- :, no i \.JI; :IIJ-JI:: IN; $:.1.000.000; nun: reffisU-n-d automobiles(, }) ('fITvint the time of t the laee ri"t. II.lll, will (take tlwl to thi.) nieetinr t '".
1"1111 11'
at (Chaileston S. C, returned renvement.Mrs. 0\ LONG) Ii-I.\III; > Sir.MY) (five1 persons or less I in I!9) 1 18. ami \,1 1 Itcddlsh! } .m.him ,ln.>.. ...f.,......I 'n'...'. place. '

home Sunday. ; : ('. I' ( 'ason, .l ri. J. 1[:. fSnrrit, , paid more than* live dollars fort his ". iillte| H11'I|, fr (he past week., .- - ----

' Mr. and ;Mi's. .1. T. and ;Mr. IIQ.I.1 Mrs. !.'. L. Turner.. . / :Vow Yoik. SeptI I II I.Vith more Ill' full vear or two dollars Ill ; of
- - t than fifty injulcd" and thediinintri 1111 hermother
persons !
Mis. ,I. K. Williams mudo a business! .
II ltv writs for the shall I
; already done o-itimntod at year retimed hume to ,) h"I'1 /
to Stnrko Tuesday. STKICM itS IP II llS; IIOMi I ISaturdity ; hall tlI.1
trip I wife .
Imshfind, and; I wish to thank our
De-vey) Fruluk and Drew Summers !I I from Ti.onoono) to $10,000.000. weiiry be refunded\ all in i exee.ss of sick in 1.,1. His I I frir'mis will .
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I b,. glad fiiendand neighbors for their kind I.
were visitors here Wednesday after-1 evening ,shortly after !9o'clorkVn fin Olin' ,..ni'1ht' still were fighting tn the amounts* stated) which, sumsaI ,. to 1"/11'1 at this writing attention during recent III- i .
'. hi , 'S
, is reported to ) the 'OVII my
fintfior explosions of nil tanks I. on fond to -
noon. alarm of tire was given. Al-1 PI"'V."t ,' now available for t ( 1' I' . In,vm% just recovered fiom an
Mr. find ;Mrs. J.V.. Johnson, nc- ;! most. everyone of the firemen were at lit the fire which prn> ticallv wiped The l law 1 horizi IMvnwnt I oyery The ill'ink t' of pneumonia. i
;* au rig Kpwnrth; League
companied l by the latter's ; the < ait'tTh..atrt.: ., and! their stampede ni't th. :Standard Oil plant on Lontr 101'V "ppnlnl social .1. E.: )
for
'. "istc'r.Irs'l Island ) ( to lie refunded rc esterdoy.ST.
J. J.I Cox, and .1. F. \ for the scene of u. tion was followed \: jlv'n lt parsonage Fl .

'. business, trip to Galpesville Friday. I by others and those who ,dM --- -.-- demand he made to the comrj- Friday ov jig. thn younl -- .- .
# M UfKH fitS ;NEW: Kr.fTOR: < folks having u gloiious" tim,'. !I'
Prayer meeting at Sordis! Baptist nor know the tuusu for the alnim, roller
II withil one year I from bigger lime' JACKSONVILLE I : LIVE: :SIOCK( :
11,11 usual fur
church night. thought the theatre might be afire, !i "V"I thlll
every Thursday : June I UI h. 1 1'>H). accompanied, bv the reason that .
;Mr. and ;\11'0. J., !I". Williams, of and followed. their leaders. The lire I I "I'ev. Claude HOSH. arrivE'.I In'Stllr/:1"/: and they were storm bound The fnterstatStock Yard Talley '
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Terry are -visiting relatives here thIs: wa just east of the park the r,'...i- lust wei'k to take charge of !St.' :MnrU's satisfactory prool thai the person until could not 1"Il\ for their homes 1 rand avenuereport on the local stock

week. I (leflO of <"!' <>. :Stri'-klnnd being cnveli mi"ion., which inrludon' Starke. Woli'ii ".ipplvirur i is entitled to it. nearly one o'clock and they i.iarket u & tennis I

'',- Little r.eta Williams ....,.< very. sick i tired in fIamc-4. The fire had progre<.s-1 I !. nrd C"d,,r Key. Mr, Ross comes NOTE; : THIS 1 UKI-KItS: OXIY Wereprvi'il pluvd, every minute.the I UefeshmenU. follows : \VI'"IKUI' I a< I

a few day this week. ed too far to make it possible to save here from Ja kson ille, w a yo'inu TO UKGISTUATIONS /nr young I1Ofl. expressed i 'I. Riwclptii tight rnwiwatii lowrr.
IOK101H I
:Miss( Phillis Roberts ;is spending the building and the latter and Its ,;, man nrd iinninrried.. He has taken th..rH'lvc.4 ns mnrf f'hi..c: '.h.) ay I HI, t., .lull; lbmty : __ SI$.SiISL. *50)' i

this week! at Italford visiting* rela I Ij contents ware all devoured by the quarters in the Episcopal: pur-ona : TO CAHS CAm YIn than d..Jlht..1 with their entertain, 1uMh..I h h.'iivy l IsO 150 lh.. up up __ ._.__ "".IO'Lt.11, ( <

tives. flames. I building Though he has not long, HVK; 1EHSOS OU LKSS. l..nt. . I 1.10: to I HI! U.iuor.cIiis'
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Quite a crowd of our young folks :Mr. Strickland 1 and his family were been ordained he has already won a : ; ; THAN $5.00 --- .. tII- 1U..I .-. ... i U.SQal: i0.fl: )

attendc I the pound party given at the till away when the Are started. !Its ;, reputation ns an able divine. and wo \lmm.[ ( ) ; FULL YEAH: Oil PINE; lilt.!. Ship.,." ..|".> un_Li., .-Ibis .. .._. lu.DUM'U; 1 ,

home of I II.: M Reaves Friday night. origin i I. not known, but it seems to have no doi'ht the mission' will flourish I'm rinse-ti.g--------------- Io"rf t t

J. Q Pratt left Wednesday: evening 'uive begun inside the budding and I Irciir \ under his leadership. \IOH'; THAN $2.50'Oil[ THK; Pine Hill 'Huniie lilies .. .___ l.on".1'( 9
far Sarasota. where 1m family has the roof. Mr. Strickland says ,1 SAPP YlAlV'tS; PAID.I5LANKS St'ft. 1!).-Our school !I.iprogressing C .ill. It-ctlpU Ihh. l'ri*|ivcl* ,luwir
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a under tho manage (owl __ n -_______ I OM; i h. S .
been.! fir several days. 'here was no fire in the stove' nor was MAY IK! ; HAD mont of Frank M. :U.'re -.. ft,HUM '
J. V. Johnson, of Sanford, is viSIting "''" Inmn burning when he left home. I ?a"Ti. Sent. 19.-J. R. Stafford wasa I MIOM! I THE; COUNTY TAXCOLLKCTOIIS Vera Surrency. (hal IY and Miss '"". _--_.- s.o'e'I' U'I'am i

his fntlv-in-law. S. W. Dubosr, The building was Insured for $;;00.( v,>s'tor to 'ano Saturday. yr..n", . .. ( on'.f; S'S

latter part of the week.J. It woi'M he contrary to precedent I i Chnrlev Wainriijht was in Raiford ( Oil KIIOMEIINEST Pine Hill' was well represented at V..l .. ''v..-._ ____ ___ 6.norO. 5 .
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F. J. E. and J. W. Williams were I Ibucinl'B'4 If' th. house should be rebuilt and the "rdBv ; AMOS. ClmntrolP. Little Springs Sunday. C.nn.: .. '_nn... .I.OO"JI2.6 up

: visitors over in Alachual I h'-nney" stands as' another monument'' "Mr.: and :Mrs. J. Q. Rosier' of rear Tallahassee Florida. J., !CJitarUm._ and ImtYLofI.: I, Hhup R.cIpi' $ nun'. Sininl,

county Saturday afternoon. to la k I"f enterprise in Starke. The' nnderson.' ware visiting :Mr. and :Mrs. ---- ---.------ t.12.1 Irl. are ViSiting ner. farents. ; -.

J. V Johnson and family returnedto i-r't-' .7' counting; up the rl'sid"n- .1. P ?a-n Sunday. JOH.N.S'IO\\N; ; Mrs. J. E. demons. I LONG; nu\a

their home in i Sniford! Sunday. thnt have burned down in Starka I Imc i J. ;K. Ronrrts, of Fandorsrm was :Mesdames T. L. nnd L. I". Godwinwere .

'.1 :Mrs. Collins. of HiTh Springs was to Brooker Saturday arid \' Long rl.le. Sept 13.-Ethan ,

the truest: of her si tl'r.I'I.. S. \V.Dubose tl-r.t they njpr th'. -IPO a. t' a W to s-" hi' wife who has been under G. M. Bevillo spent a couple of daysin Sunday. i Sapn made trip to l.ok.
; 'i (. \l''"lr 'r ..I| Butl..r! :Monday.
str"r i
last week. rp rf c ri i tr-n'mont there. Jacksonville this week. i Alvin demons and, Mallie Surrency ,,
Ceo. Yar'ior-iugh'! of Ctnra.' spent erd to the other. As the old) )bo s"< A. E. Pr ctor was In our burg Satin Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly visited; were visitors to Brooker Saturday.' I It.: F. Mrrritt wan a bnsiniMs visitor I llf. f

the week-end with his family. or" b"inT barred down at a much fnst | '-In vMrs. their daughter NuiorrTomhnson, A. B Surrency 'I to Luke Butler Monday morning.
attending
to
--,-- -- r rte than new ons are being b.n't, Tin .f. !Panp' was a visitor toFnin Sunday. :11' bu inc in Bnker, wa'Saturday. The stnr't! v is. t.4| the home of :\!r. ,_

ELRI3EEElarhee. if err riti'.ens do not b" tir th'"no J: Cllt11rU" to her I and Mrs Percy Phillms Friday
< see ulster. Flora Hay II. of Pennsylvania l.< Friends '' mornIng :
!', 's, I' is onlv a question of tim"! vknns V (.-TI al l-k. vi Truxl'l Mrs. A. L. Smith.. of Canter Ollivtr are glad'to : al"I' left a lit I le rl.its. \. f

Sept. >.-P.. I D. Stokes when turl-e: will be erased from the "frs. W. I n: eapp was shopping In :\itnl II. E.sister U 'mi at retun ed to her .f.rriojsly sec 1,11', ill.out again as! she has been 'I 1 : C. n. Bio, 'AH f is visiting her ..'

i.. was a visitor, to Itaiford Fridr '. ma'i.Tt. i i Pa", H t *nt, rdav. home this week, after a visit in Brad- I I, mother 'h'S; we k.

,." Mrs: I on Thornton was a visitor to I Is due to dnr hnsine's and prf-.,ss'onl ,j >*1'.. John rr': \'e Is reeoverlnfr from cntown.Mr 1'0Vynn.. of Ftarke spent several !'I (Chor" 'i i at I toig,, lirldga thirl,
Raifr rd afternoon. men to worl/for this u"b'idd'nif'nf : ' days mat wc"k with her grand- Sunday. Evirhody: e".r. '
Thursday' rn pftr-k of fevrr : .. Flora Clower Scott will bn II : Mul-!
Nclv y Johns of Itaifnrd. passed th; t">wn. Simply to lit still and! ]Mrs w r>. "a-in rns-*'J throneh! our with us on We"nnsiay! Sept. 21th, to moth'I'Irs.MB : M C. PinhoUter. I I lady, pastor C

through ri'r section Thursday enrouta r-ke I I-1 tt." profits derived from trade t'uurg r.Ti''i..., pninof to h,,r tat.hlr', ire a demon .trllti.n! for the : Lou Billiard who hat boon I, :Mrs avendar, of JacksonvIlle, has t
'n'ng
to :\Ian' ,.1"'?: i i' not fi, Iftlling citizenship and they }ic'r". .J'n'1 Nnrman. ''b BlrU. Ih.s: m etln wi'l'! interest snending'some. time with her cousin ', bee i vi"ltlq, her mo'her. Airs. Met-! "
Rosa
L Wester. of :Manning passed nntv t plead la'k of prosperity\ as an! J. R S'a'!'.rd wnt to the PnrrlnHrhro p'l I and M h'l-e', to sec ; good atton- Si rieticy, left Tueulny for her ritt this week. p P.4

through 'ur burg Friday enroute to ex -!ve for their shortcominns! in this < house to organi7e a sing last ii' nrTh". m<">t'ntf will be held In hone near rIIYt. I Mr, IIlt Mr*. Adklni motored over
K:
Pupt. 0PPoll 't\
Pine ,
Raiford respect.! :h't nday. Smith's store at < p. rn. Hill school; Friday vl..itl't. ,,1u, tend. church.tier Thursday night lo at. '**'


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: . TWO BRADFORD I COUNTY TELEf.'R.\I'll._ STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIl) tY. SI lYrE::\18FR 19. 191*.
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iirati-d l let the pair ,I'""*. ""J spurred )I ..m"nla durin month _-._--__-_ 672Itniunte 881 -_ __._--'.----_---- -. -.-_---, _- --. '-t
Si-pu. 1 1. lull -- nn __n 11060(
I In i behind' / to cover I tin-) flIght nnd confront Si-ptrmbi-r 3, 1919.

any pursuer; *. :None.; at the mo- flrHilfuiil County ( ,
Stair' uf .'Iur"".. I .
mi III thi'i-iiicni-d.. hut no words wore 1 ht-rrl..y ci-rtify I Hint i t II"",- fort-tri,tn" nI l I.I lMI.". tnf t ,
1't @ NANoN' ('N i itui ii!gi-ul. until I I I th" w ln-le party riding 0 f tin( Ktnipts, nnd I Dn-bumcmt-nUi nT I iltfunilM I > ,
, of itrnI'fri county fur th- month' ofUKUKt
fuM, were, well. IKI-I 1 KI Cupltna and I .\ ItMti in trueanil correct to the heit ofi t

mi',I) of tint'np.. ; I'or some unexpnssid i my knuwleiltf and I
i Is the 'Inlluin I" beIkt.lv.. 'r. WKBKS.:, I i
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I reason so strung/
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, I Cleric of thi- rlrcuit. {'o...... Direct
.... oC tradition( t nnd.I r"putatlol-llo! I t iSinll. I llrnilforil' OutilyUy i .

MUSIC MOUNTAIN "''II. of tin- thniiiiveted" n close encounter K A. W12ICKS.
Deputy ClerkHNANl'IAI.STATFMPNT .
/ with the Morgnns wltuln Its
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wulK cOUNTY SCIIOOt

"It's! the long hi-el.s for 'It now boys," FUNDSSuperintendent's

y frank 11. Spearman cried, Do Spulu. His companions/ closed' ( nt HrsilTord. county monthly for financial the month statement ofAuuust. MarketingThe 1

(up uignl n."Suvo 101U.
horses" cautioned General' School Fund. r
Author \Miiperiij Smith.. your Scott Hnlnnce A<|... 1. ltfl ) .nnn_ 210.47

.-o ,.. .' Pr. ..."'..... fOff' between! / htrldcK.' "!t'll a. good ways Receipts durinx month _.._nu _215117: i,
Warrant* insucd 2422.39
., ,, Saxsoon at homi' Hnlnnce; Sept. I. 1911)---l --==--=====_= .==:-_ 181.28 I large packer representsthe ,
anil, Ih I Mm I i-n- |ui---lnK. r
"Arc you nw'ake, SI hus! Sll' on" )Inke for Cnltibasas, shouted Lefevcr. "District No. |I.

t till- |.i--,iiltlt I '"> slllllllliill, 1"1'.1.| .) I>L- Hnlnnce Auir, 1. HUH' ___._nu__ ____ 108.08 I most direct route possible

h henrd. from flic doom nlm\p him. Tint ShIll] ,IIl, Il Warrants Issued ____._._.._._ 12.00
I hecoulil mil' |"il:i" flu-. X'lli-o." "Y.oIl hnltlm,, I I ;;. faci-il. I hair supl<'lout 'Inipil"tor. !- Ktand as A wloge nt ("alubusns. While Hnlnnce Sept. 1. 11119( __._._ u.u__u._u. 1 152.116 from farmer to retailer. ( "

HPC-tll)) III( IIIOMIII, I oil.id' |II| 1,0,1: ,] ill-Ill. I lit Slu-' siiiiilnl/i-il' < I I.Sp.iln ki'i-nl.v.' tin trill U open make for the rail District No. t.Itnlnnce .

: your sleep.' If j"ii'I'i ,iiwiilsi-. keep "t III.z ""'hllt I Is 1 IliN mini ?" road.: Rtci-tpts(, Auir.dur:ntr 1, month 1919 .-:::::::::::::: 4040 I I IWarrants p r

I I've conic from Sleepy I j ) nilri'l lool.inu' for your nun: ,nndknlO. i I Sept., I. lllll ......______n 4040
; II II"%\t'rl'd Sn' '."11 monolonoiivly. ) I Into the. east uboMthe distant hill!). District No. 3.

I Tun nidi III'.- \vII Ii mi' You I nm the glory: of the sunrise c-nlled I, ("ollinc.u.... 1. 1010 ____u________ __ 3* 7Receipts makes: this possible. The public rJ:

cnn linve > our choice.Ve. not a with ?" durlnir month --_____._ _---- 4001
"Whnt N ho lining; 'hi-iv y.m{ forth, t no iidinlrntlon I I from the three Warrants. 'issued,' ._ .._.n__ __-._.__ _. 7*> *1HTltilnnre t
horsi-, for Y"". Von cnn rldi-. iiwny from pi-rslKti-d, :Nun."Ili's : iin-i luiroliitf n fnurth urgently: along Suit. I. '1019 n_____..__._n__ 4.12 should be glad that there are

UII here" lii-iili-, i Ih,- ;cup. nnil, (juice what I a i i-iii |p. of John Hi-l"lock's I I ('it t t trail.I I Uetweun\ brenths District No.4.
tinSbipy :
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n"lo".n"Il., 1. 1919 .__..___.___ ion
71RiictitK
ili \ to u for this if tl
lilts I In -
i ymi I < h.-cK. or yon i-mi I / BO f11ujVI 11111'11'' fiichn.,. i'.t 1uuuul. S'i"- large packers reason
) I'ii' Sp-iln I evplnlinil! i I his awkward meet- due nil month ______n______ ,
81ccy" | <'nt with 'is uml, Hlnml your -11".n.. Tin-) ..MiniMiulil hivi-; "iuIiIulllIii(11111.S' "pig lilt Nan. 1I1100..r the strait In- win Wt'rnnt'. Io"twI _._.___n._____ ',o!
j trial. I'll r"o': ,M i.ii I' wiirnint when the Xaliince Suit, I I. 1 I'ifo> -_ _____ 10071' i for no other. ,,1 ,
; \\ill In tin" i 1'1 In uin-laiici-s for III win. n I.i,.fever's. Mrntu' 'luntrs cimhbdhii.i District) No. 8. '

1 Bun net: n I Illtlihither.I I h (Jet up" mul uhlHi It uis:. Inn" 'mli-il.., "IHII' In ill'' ,tiCM nwnv: i'-si! 1'lIld.,1... Hut fir Hnlnnrc( Auir. 1. J'tlO! __nh__.. . 4n tRI I II

cliooscquick.." I Receipts durlnir month _______._ _ fiO 30 i
1. HinsiMiti conlil who lnul subdued M'lin', liln.intxi' : of tin- ,i-\i-s. now confronting u uuninan( n IJIII'I'Nll leak U us foujas Win rants lisind __.__._________ .n_-n 100.00 I I We buy live stock in the
imr sco nml clearly rocob'la/.liv': huh. n wide one, anti no one found fault ",,'"neo Sent. 1. 1019 hh__ ...__.h_ .43
him l. nor ilhl' Intnke. : lung to decide "" I District No.8. I
whnt 'to 'iii,. With lesH. troiililu It soundoil" "HO' ,prolcsinuthnt. < I lie Spain: with I the situ ittloit. They had I the ad Flnlnncp AUK. 1. 19111 ..______..______ 9781 stockyards in the West.

I. would' fully us Ili-l!' have bci-n sitting/ \'lIntnK.-.tbe only question,' wns whether I Receipts during month __________u._
than lie pxpccicd! '. UKmptor( got his could hold' It. And while Warrants Ismietl" unu___.___.______
man sullenly, on linrs.-biick u nml.I gave 'hi-tnt-on" Ills horNi-'s lugs in iistrlile his they they" Hnlnnce'Sept. I. lOll!) u ._... _..__u__ 97.31
back."Tlmt's. continued, to cn-t anxious glances! belilnd District. No.1. We put them through pack-
Mm severely plnln I dlrcctloiipj an to Ftnlance Auir. .____ __
his !Scott's Indian first 1. 111111 ______.. HOBS
said eyes perceived
what to tin. 1$Sii--ooii neither 'IjoUjuilnor lint I true. Sitssoon, Riieptj* ,iurin ( month .____n__.____ 1.35
KlKKi-d WIIH I lolil I t to rlili- his' horsuc.a rc-lentlcHS questioner.\ I Her tone and signs on the horizon that Warrants Is-tueil -h_____ ing houses. =
'i Hnlnnce Si-pt. 1. 1911) ____ .__
marked their pursuit. 141.91
boiled
the oppression, of lnr" face nofrUndllnexs j ---- --
I tinjiip, I'lo-i'ly nhi'tiil, of It>i.Spain > i I District No. 8.

:; mul neither 'to Kpeuk nor turn for i-ltlu-r of the two .she "No mutter declnrvil! Lefever. !I Hntnnco, Auir. 1, 1019 ____..___....... 91.99
hud I I'lili-rccptt'd. "Thl4 Is II little fast for n fat man nnyway. !!I Receipts durIng month ___....._._.__ We ship in clean refrigeratorcars.
Ills lifiul no IIIlItt.hnt I lmr>i,(-ncd 'Warrants issued __ _
l __________ 20.28
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' right or li-ft. IV :Spain:\ had recovered his wltoe. He was not averse, ,cither to j|I Halancc, Sept.. I. 1919 un.h_ --_--_ ___ ____-- 71.74

la tin- "You're right'; luterpmed( without the prospect of a lun -rnllg exchangewith :: ; District No. 0. .
growing light/ the two men the fighting mountaineers. All I BalanceAUK.. 1. 10111! .._u________.__ 91.57
trotted Miiurtlr n mile duwn I HID trull an lustnnt's iIVSIIIIIIfl.alt Isn't. true. Receipts dur'njr month _____u_..__._

I without cncounterliiK! ; n slin of lit,.. Hut that'M nut his fault ; he U under drew rein a Uttl<'. "Suppose I coverthe Warrant( I"out'dltniunot' n.__.___........__.. J i branch

When tlu-y nr t'I]>i ronrhi-il,. the Morennranchhouse. nrnt and Is! telling; >'01whllt I told
I).- Spain rode. close to him to tell )'011. 1 CULUU in hero t1uiiUl)1fl1flg I-efever, limbering up( ns the i Pittance, Auir. 1, 1919 ---o.u 174.74 houses located in all large consuming ij

to tnku Snoon, to Sleepy' Cut other two looked hack. 1'ush ahead, R.'Ciipln durinir month __.__ _________ I M 1
his prisoner told him what would ,
Warrants Issued ...........
nhu
with .
f' hnppcn' ,If h<' mnilia nolop, nml even lie Un! prisonernnteil, for cutting up n"'Ioon. These fellow won't follow Haluncc Sept. I. 19111 ____n____.____. 174.74 centers.
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I hull, him hack I In his I pace us t tlu-y ,I one of our stiiKi'-diiirds.; far. Halnneo' Auir. I 1)hti-Itt _No._____U.__ H
' "Don't) be about! I. 11I19 .__...___ 189.74
; trotted together "pa-i 1 the (flip( st rouug- Nun, colilly, ', sUepiicnl\ eyed De Sjiuln.I sure that muttered Receipts durinir month ______________

, hold. When llii-y ,li-ft I he house tit-hlml I ".\1111 (II> you I try to tell me"-thupolnleil Scott. "Duke and lithe have got the Warrants Issued .._ u..n____________ (4.7fj 6 1' All done at a minimum of expense -
'il best horses Halnnce' Sept. .1. 1910 _________ 12499 A
In the mountains nnd, hh
t: j If' and tin- turn In tinrond put tlu-in out I ' to SSassoon'H unbound lianiN, l. IH.trlrt No. 12
a
of rangiof It windows, he closed up "tluit lie U rUlliiK out of here, a freeman they'd rather fight than ent. There Hnlnnce Auir. 1. 1919 .__________.___ 853.49 rlfi i and a fraction of a cent
r, they come now." Receipts' during month ._____________
the dltnncc lietwecn himself lila! 1 Siisoon ,, to gi> to Jull ? I Warranta Issued ._________._____.____ 77.Bf
rlilliiK close In to his xlili-,. mill, "I lo toll you exactly thll t. lie Is Dashing across. a plain they themselves Halance Sept. 1 I. 1119* _. _u.u. ___ 275.90 per pound profit from all sources.
I prlsoia-r, had just crossed I. they could see Plstrlct No. 11. //J i
I'' I""k..tlllllt'k for II frartlon of a "pccond.When I my . Hnlnnce Au... 1. 1919 ___________..... Ill.12 ,
he looked. iiln ml ncnln hi- saw "I dciu't) believe either! of you," de- three horsemen In hut ('h" .. The pursued Receipts durlnir' month ______________ ..1

,if:: f s confronting hi i III. not 11 hundred ytirda ('hit) r'ul Nan scornfiilly. "You nre plan- men rodo carefully I and, scanning Warranta issued .__._.__________..... And it's only! because we are "
j the ground Halancu' Sept. I I. 1919! __- _u______.___ 8812
( r ,, away a motlonlcNs), horscuiuu. i jung Momt-llilriK underhand together. everywhere ahead felt assured 1 District' Mo./ 14.

1)u' Spain lauKhi-d; , ('...oily.Vo'vo of their OKcnpe. Though their Ralancu At,". 1 1. 11)111) .u_.__________ 213.88 big that we can give this service.

t Receipts during month _.___.... ..
.
pursuers rode In at times with a show n
CHAPTER V. planned that much together but not I I Warrants issued .___H_._________.___ 10.00 I
assure you with hN conSent" of rushing the chime) was n stern one Hnlnnce' Sept. I. IsiS ._uu__________ 20 .83

\ Heel for It. "I don't believe your stories at nil," I Ralanco A UII'. 1.District lotS .No._.___II._________. 171.03 f

she dec-hired flrmly.De ; Receipts, during month ___........... I
With a sudden low command to Sim- Spain flushed., The Irritation and W-irranls Issued __u___._____________ [
I soon to check his. homo l>e Spain Hnlnnce Sept. 1. 1910 ._...____n_____ 171.03 Fi..C, rA: STATE FAIR j

r. tirt-tiHcd the muzzle of his gun to his' I the jou serIous don't' belk-ve duugcr me bore I It's In not on my him.fault"If" -u Balance Auir. 1 I.District 1919 _No..__.I_*_. ________ 81.41! i' I j\I: :; ; :. NVILLE

prisoner's Bide. "\ 1111''''' got one chance Receipts durlnir month ______________ J-Jove.-Tifcor: 22-29 I I
Ii yet Shlke to ride out of here lie retorted., "I've told you the truth II ir-T l-I Wnrranta. issued, --___._......_______. n' f
alive Itldu on, SnsHoon." Halnncv Sept. 1. 1919( _u___-_________ 8141 ____ ---
he said, compoHt-dly. "You know I ama II I Dl.lrlct' No. 17 fi
He sp..kt angrily, but this In nowise Hiilnmo' Auir 1. lOiS .. 2282
ru"tll'r-colI of John Itihstock'x.My hinntt-il, Nun. She wheeled her I R. (i iptF(: durinir month -:::::::: .:::. I

niirno I it 'Krench' : I belong In Wll- \\ ,it 'iiit Issued., __._____..________._ too !
: Hums horse directly/ In front of th..lI"DolI'I Halnnci-> il, I I. 1010 I ____ __.__
cuche. I rode. III lust night fromThief | .uu 1552*
you Htlr I Sasxoim," clue commanded, i III.,1-1' No. I*. I. ; Swift & Company O. S. A.

river nndou. are riding', out "until I cull Uncle Duke." "iinn" VUK I I'ltn(' ._ ____hU____ 92.29 ?
with me to start me on to the Sleepy It n..i- ,hi"".. month ______________ I
DC 1 Spain her w ,. ,M-iinl,. i .._ ;: 3
Cut I trull.I It npurrod( straight at ; Ik1'I .Ift h.UU______ 208 I
I I you can remeiuher' thatmuch their liorHt-s colthled, nnd his kn>-\! l ii-, S. .t I I. I fir. !) __ '_ _____.___ 90.21 r t 1 1'I 1p
h f IItturtNo./ ... .
I Do Spain I Mopped' I I tlu touched herH I In I the ,,".I half-way roll glih : Inn to take this mnn out of her-," Inannounced ''t ,tdittinir\ month .___.......... 'I .-- =.:"_ ..,- --- '"" -. -.
:h I, Jilt. Hcntcncc. Tin- Il-Miri revniiled, ), In "' ,."? 1- ,I. .1 I IIt h___.. ____.___ 'I 4 .-- .. -.7.... ') ,/ r "" swo.-...., I
:. tln half I -I llnht/ I pu//lc h "l him at II r.t. Then/ In a tune she never Inn1heard "".' Sept 1 t. 11U9\' u.n.... 889 t : -I.: J.-t ( f'IV to?r rir.-I: : r '.'t
before. from a iii,,n. "I've Ill I lll.lrlrl N,. ?*>. '.
: ( "R
it'' I i''I. Auir I. 1919 ._.___.____.____ 100.07 : /1 ::' time to hulk G.! call your uncle It you r' '1- ,ilurini" month _____________. "r. I "' ..1 :r;" (I.' r-. : ,.'. . . I IM
;1' like. We must PIIHH.' w int."? ivxtuii ._--_______--.__. 5.on .j : :lialj: frJ .J0_ ::J .\ l iI' I c.".. (. . . dJ
,.
" Snl. I. tillSTln.II __u_____ 85.07 'I i I .J v !\ /, r. .=- ,,'1 0.,1
"You shan't !I" .... .
pass a step No. 21. ." .'o""e .

s'- With the quick wonN of defiance thf BI* ," .' \ui/ I. I 1"10| ___.____ 3H.72 . .1.l \ !.t:5'. ,7 8'0 ; I 85UN"L .'''D' '' ''1!

' twolar.1 nt eucli other. De, Shale 'I n., I.. during nonth _.____________ :r ; : '" ". "'fd..I.J.'tr:. 12 9 'f T "I- '\ ..!!O"
3 / Wiit-ants" Issueil ____ __.____________ 10.00 '. ;7 .. .' 10.t"5 AND "OCUi"'
was taken aback 11,' hud expected ncmore till! me.- S.pl, I. 1019 ____ __ _._____ 26.72 ';'.r,.>' 0v 2 04 C.;:', MAINI
'
"
than u war of words, : -a few Ills'-let No. 22. ) 0
Hi'nnei-,' AUK. I. I IC 10 _n.h.n. 110.39 0 0 SWIFT & COMPANY
Bcrnims nt the iiioxt. Nan's faceturned T i ,n'"ldurinir month ____________. A' 'ODFf.
-: white, but I there was no symptom \t Itrtt.' 1.,1, h _-uu- --_-_. _
I; I' M C, Sepl, 1 1910 :-::::... ) 10.19 -- - -- ---
i-vt-n otI u iii iu1'r. He noticed nl.trfrt N... 19.

her quick brent t hint and felt I Instinctively I Ill', A. D. Vnne do ._u.u___________ SO.ID i Habitual' Constipation Cured
; 'n.iiv _
/ NIIK I. 19)9) ._____ 210.07 /
.. _
hu ___ __ _ __
Incid _
J. 1. PiiuulaHB 600
, I lln restrained, ccHture of herImnd .It iii-tH, diirtnir. month _.._ __________ O. A. .lohnnon 4 of land __.___n_ 8000'' In 14 to :21 Days

right as It Marteil back to Mel "H,il"!,ii-ieitH,meSept., indued. 1 tOil_. __-------J_____________.. 21A07 '". ro., .,,._..."_._. ..._._.ou... acm____ _. __ ___- ___ ... on... ,.,.".t.n.J A VVC; <: "Tn.. . . 011'. ..><0I4:'"'' i fl". a_ DCLfl.......I.lIu..7._
If. J. lIo.n..n n-pulnnx __. ___ 17.3D'
d u prepnred Syrup Tonic-Kaxative HabituAl
: Hide.' Tliu move stvailli-il him. "(hueqtiu14t11)il They Locked Sassoon Up. i nt.i l |rl Nn. 14. 'l..h'1.umlw.' C'n.. materiel-' _ 7fl2- 7t Olr"otr.,1
,
-
T'i'nnce Auw ... ._ It relieves but
I I. 1910 ___ tillS* _. Constipation. promptly
/ Co. hank Interest 120 SZI.
lie said bluntly "lire 111lrlll.I /
1
) " .mt.I' rlurlnir, month _.__._____ n.u
uu . II Scarborough Inclil _ ir. !12 should be tnken regularly!! for. 14 to 21 dny-
und could be (.h..1' I whenever" neossary. . h
H ? I 1\ MtlintA |4HUod _.._
----n li. W. Wnlnrlvht A Son material _.. 1041 to induce regular union. It Stimulates' and"
I I tlnn-s I breathe halt Iliilnie* Sept I. it!'> __ ____ ItO 4H !
.Sin tinted even to answer, nnd, met Halting at I to I u h.I Sp.nnklc Inci.l( I ',11I. Ke !ulates Very Pleasant to Take. tilk
cJ 1114, hornet, "), Do Spain with his two comMillions -I District Vn i.-l. I.. A. !'uncan Co. naIls .__u_ n_ 4,15If
i Bt-iirchliiK gil?.' rI'H"lIlfuJl I ly, but n..lnnev11". 1. 10111! .. _.._.. -_. h.. ff BU p n. llrown Inclil __.___ .ion/ icr> bottleINL7JThTh
siiincthlntf. In his tone and manner (' ( and their prisoner ro,It' Into Rieiipts., ilurlnpr, month ____._______. A. n. llrown trans pupilM n - _' i'rito l. ,,l ____ >
: ''' iiti _.....
Ir %v rung n reply.( "I i cnn defend myself" Sleepy Cat locked I 1 Sussoim up, nnd n-ilnnce Sept I I. 11119 _u___- _ou_ --____- 684 J. I*. Wynn ilu .u _. _____ -.'. 'I> i
) .4IriI Blie t-M-lalmt-d, iitiKrlly.De went to the Mountain hm..e. for break M.trlrt N.. JS.nntnnce I'. t:. l\p.- ajrrl ,',catlonal n? . \Kf' '10
I MrailfnH Co. hank tori-owed JTOO Auir 1. I91t 1HS.87 mo.wy
!Spain' raIse! his right hand from fast. Reci'Ipts durlnir month--'_'_ __h__ ____ Mr.. J. C. Dlirvil meld -- ; ((0 :
0
/ I his' thlifli! to ( Inpommel I of his saddle.Tin . iv,,"'Intm ln.iiid -. .. -_ n__ u_. 8 BOHnlaticc R A. :Not tvachinic unu__ __ __ ___ 0.00Mnuil
/ i11 Week S..I. t I. ISIS .. ____ 157.07 Krallck tit Uu. ._._ '_ ir "in HOTEL
Next
\ Continued
.-..- slight gesture\ was* eloquent of hisfurrcnder ( ) Ill.trlct N.. IT. TV
... : __. _.___ _._ __ _
Total .
u.II RO.ge
," -. J... of the Issue of force. "1ciuiu't Hnlnnce A"" 1 I. t''"!) n _- '-u. _.- II 119 u. JACICS'ONVll1f'
rS .... Receipts durlnir, month __. ...______ Hub-districts*
.. go Into a .h.uut ing-ijujitch with By N 0 p si'S. "%',,rrants IHHIIIN) _____n___._._._..... II. I.. niackhurn teaching 12 _. 4ft.onRuby Europ.a Pott-Co'tTo4ertete(
_, you about this cur. If von cull \'uurml'l. Hnlnnce' St'i't.| I lf>lf> _ _ ...._.u__ 6.89fllotrtrt Farrwh "lu 21 ___._._-h" in.OHMuuil outiite .Sreamlk ifa
\. ____ ______ rooms >alod"l.lIup'C h
.. lucre will In- N. t*. StokM di> 20 . .__ 13.00II
hlonI"h.I-UI CHAPTER I-On Frontier day at Sleepy n..lnn"r1111'. t. 1U' __. _nu ._. 11181 M. Dowhnic enm tax collector. 1 8.00 ttNvedioA-Cofwer\ii to Cv rytKii\j-li\
1/// ( you drop m,' off my horse right/ here Cat. Henry ile Spain. gunman and tralnnmxtvr R-ci-lpts diirfnir month u.n_._______ II. M. tlowllnii do 2 .._n__ ._.__ u__ 9.40II. (wart Send for BowVlijtwmou ..
-: Aq and now before he All I ask' at Meillclnn, Heml., II Lenten at 7Vi ','..nt0 fwHUeil. .. _____.._.._.__.... 1 M 'lloollnic tin :8 _____-___ __n__ J8.H4 ofCity. -
fI "'." 'i'' ,. nppcars. tnrici-t hootmit bv Nun Jlorxan of Must ""lIlOe"L! I. 1919! _ _'__-.._.. .u 13361 K. M DowlInK do 4 ._._ __. ._ _ 2.Sfl (sniTM.. PAOP'A .
you 'Is thin : Is 1l.ln,1/ of a cutthroat Mountain. 4lenrlen. division I miperlntenilxnt. Dlstrirl No. 2*. II. M IInwllnll' dn. II .._ n_ __ ._. ].tlH.
He Saw It Was worth that ? It shoot me . a"ks Da tiualn to take eha, IC" of the Itnlnnce Auir., .I. ISIS h ._____ __._. 2040 I M Dowlinic dn 7 ._.__nuhn__ 1.117
Not All .
a Man at buta you Thief lUver sluice line but he refuse. Receipt, durlnir month __.___.__u___ .It. M Powllnif do 8 ____ ...u _ 1.4-1
Woman.. I lilY whole! posse. from' Sleepy Cut la WnrranlK .Isntied. .__ .____ ............ H. M. nowl'nll' tinI\I ___ -_ _ - |1.2" Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
right; b'loU>I In the .,"pens. Some CirAITKIl H-n. Spain. sees Nan duneInir Hnlnnce. Sept. I. 1919 _.h.. ...______ 20.40 II. M Itowlinv ti.., 10 .. h___ __-___ 2 It
I with dale MorK". 1 I" later ilcrlatvelylpulntoil Dlntrlrt No. 30. 1 II. M. riowllnv do II I ___ ._____ n.mH DrujMlats refund' money If PAZO OINTMENT tnlln
It confused nnd .startled him. lie euvf of your own people will be killed. In a out to Nan on the .,u.t by i.sle.ami .. n"l"nr"UII'. 1. l tiltS l _. . u. .8575 M. Dowlln do 12 ___.un__________u__ J.61 to cure ItchIng:. Blind, TSIeedlnit I ur Protruding PiUs.Invnntly ..
It wus not u man nt till I hut n woman guttural light. I If you want to shoot me, In moved to cbanice hla mind and macupt '*. ,'..tl. diirlntr' month .____n_.___ H. V Ikiwllnit do. la _.-. ___- _-_ I I II 14H. ; i steeD relieves' itching Filet aotlcstuun and you can i itestlul 41'
after the
1 lluatatfe line jub.CHAPTKH Warrants issued. _____,... .___ ... 15 Oil M. Dowllnit do 14 401 Urst Trico fai'
tiiul I u wotnnn I than whom. ho would shoot have -
-you can the match all to Iialnm-o Sept I I. 1<>19 _ .__ ____ 7078 I H M howling\\ :do 18 :::::::::::::= :: 2.fit i iH
I !'lItllt'r hn\t. seen xlx men. It Nun yourself. If let Ilt-De Spain and I...fever .n __
was> you ilon'f us go by. meet Plitrirt No. 31.llnlnnce I M lluwlinir do III uu.n__--. 279 :! LEMONS MAKE SKIN
Morgan.Ylth ride to ialabiiHnti Inn and there .\u, 1. 1"111._ .. . . IOU II. M l>o lln,* do 17 I.23
t ; And ,If I've told word that Isn'ttrue and : -- -
.MHI one Utile Morgan wIth! heat Bun.luaky I : : ::::::::::::= :
R celMtw du--illv, month( _ hn __ _ II M Dnwlinit do 1 S .. .1| -lii WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR
\ her, hcml never more ileclslvclv fall me Imck to this spot any time PitiiKoon. srunmen Murirnn ant "retainers l ,manil' the of dl tnei.- *t .ni-rantu litMtie. h_ _____ ._.________. III.. 'HiiwUnn do 1" __. ._hU___.._ IIS
net under lu-r mannish 1 hat her waist you like, nnd I'll ('0111,- at your cull, and rharice Morvan of elan.a maica driver. and" De Spain rfu .- "Knlnnee.t. I 1. l")lll .- . . 10.18 II. M PowlinK$ do 20' _. .u__ _u______ Ill
HR\npoRn rorvTY.STVTE II M Dowlinic do.. 21 ._______.___.__ 2.23
-
-'. Nan but fall to
never ini'ru' nltnictlvely I I outlined I I In unxwer for It. t>> D Spain 'n.
II. M Dowlinii. dn 2J _
her >er.mi to biro. I OP t.S.ptonb.r. : n.u _____ 7.OH Make This Beauty Lotion ForA
overcome a
I ntvnderni'KH i-ht. silently faced II eKpiiln III I words 11Il.1111.. manner confounded 5. 1919. .H M .Howllnic do i 21 .. ._.___.u_____ 18 "2
I I In I the morn I I HIM I face I herby i-ertifv that the fnreiroimr. matementof II. M. lntlin do. 24 ..______________ J 80 i Few Cents and See For
iuj;; cray. her fur H iiioiiii-iit. She could not ut 1oll'lUIo.1 the Recelfits. suit. buniments of the funiU II M IMwIinv' do 24 --u._. 2K8

r"I\.tt..t hi" 1'I'rlll,1' ; ,I 1"1'1'\' :, I t,.. 1 11 k. mice make an niiswi ic, for she could not rifAI'TFH IV-PnHnoon knifes ", Itrndforil' county for the month of Ailirunt. II1.. fowlIng do 27 -_u_- ,_..___... 8 71| Yourself.
driver nnil to MornanKiip. 111**. Is snil .. I' II :M Kowllnv ilo t 24 __ __ __
could the itaire exrnpes tru .el to th. best of me 271
: ;
already Sui -- --
'-
.t see ius t'> ex.' They d"'I alriinitili-l: \ I of thu Morxanii.I Daripntn IIIosv,140' and ticllef l I IB H. M. Dowlin* do 29 u.-_. __. .. ..' IMS \\'hatllrl\ \ \ or woman hii,,u'c neard of

wi-re hent keenly first on him I then onhls .she. was r..hlo"I..t her ehniu-o tounsw.r. t trMr H n.I 9ntt KI> In after him '' R rOPPEt.t. II.1.: IHiwllnir flu 30 .__u ___n. i HOP lemon juice to remove complexion

I I, riunpiinloii.. 111111. airaln ">n hint. I IV r'rom slo\M h II the trill cnine u and f'D paln brine out :Saexon dane I County Sunerintenitent of Public Instruction.WARII I Myrticv" !Moore Rh Incid. .-rl. .17 ti-arhinn__u._ _8_ ...__.__.. '..... 111'0 7011 i blemishes; to whiten the skin and ta

Spitln kept his fit* *- .down its much n q jell like n shot. The clatter of hnofs C'H.M'TKTl V-TIe mei.l". Nan who delays .. Hi-miie McGrudrr. do 'it _n. -. __.__ ..'' 5.no bring out the roses the freshness and
I.... tlllr"I., and his hat I had! hei-n l'ulI.1"cll ra tug 4 out nml I rin-n on horses d.ishedfrom him until m-nrlv ov, rt .kn bv the \NTS1 PlID. HV !.001. IIO\RI ., C Con Incl.l' IS _____.___ ._... I 64) the hidden beauty ? Hut lemon
Mordant, tuit' LanilM 111* captl\e t In jitll I I C \ hnlvhl "|, ...ral work 33 00 V D. Green do -_ ._....__.___...__ ana juice
o\ cc It from the lietilnnlni. tbi. entrance of the gap toward FIN \\TI\I. r %TEMENTMonthly I. C'. I-nxell.. Iv-mr.l service( _.h u 420I P C. .lone* do -. -U.h_? 3-J5 !alone i is acid therefore irritating and

,' n."dru.tI I I l' M Psilirett do 11 20 II I'. They wi-r now almost nhr"II..t. Th> them. I'Ic Si| 'jul11 cntild not make outdlstlnctl.v. (hnnncisl i1uli'm nl '- .u i be mixed with orchard white
T n l-lnholxter( do _. ____. _
__
1100H H. II. Ifrown _ __
u n u do 27 ._ ___ ft DO)
very lnMtlntl h II knowleiU-e, ; that her but he knew I.cfevi-r's yell, "ntit> r. thi- month..Html of, luiiil\UKUst 1919. It. | : R (IVppelt .al..., _.___ __- ___ n_____ 151.0*) .1. \% :Mortrnn free bonks- '27 _,n__.___ .111.72 this way. Strain through a fine cloth
,' bent ami he i F H. Poppell tilt',..*> ,...1.' 100R TfimlinNnn A Miilnes do ______. the of
"Y'I'r on Ills made, him Heal I pointed.! "Tlnrtthey nre, .. __ .. h"" ' 26 _ 11.H9 juice two fresh lemons into a
...1110.u..uot 1. 1019 _uu_ 411467It.rilpt K Popped trnvellnir ..*r> ......___. 23.00 .1 I If Stftrhfirmiirh 'Ineiii 4 .. ____..._
a glance' nt her In plli> of. hltll ,'It. The exclaimed hll rr"-,I II i" "There I M I tho ; ilurlnn month __u..u__--- 420.13 .Its Sprinkle( Mtetulanra officer . 15inn H Huberts" do II _' __... ._.____ _._ 775 t 50t' bottle containing about three ouncesof

IV'Tf InMimt h.11" Bhaniefaceillv, whole p........ Th--%' itre roiultiitt"! .'t 1. urmmenu* ilurinir month _.. -14170ft R It Terry .,...hln. ___-__. ._. .__ mono .1 I O Ttonnfiton do U ,. __ .. ._-. 1170 orchard: white, then ?hak, well and
liutn-iee' S.-pt. I. 19IW __.._..____-_ _.31lil.7f : rti-lia Ri.lllnir o>> ____-_. . .._____ .. 71 BO .1 W. M-incan do 17 _____.__ __-_-__.__ anH
toiu-nlnj his' hat.I Thonuli: imtliliiKWIIH xhot, followed clusel.v by a second ram i'>r Mori l-orlrilur* rnnil '|' Kale rkunrliss di- _. ..-_. ... ._ . 5. 50 M lhilm cum taM Coil J5 .._ I02 1 you have n whole! quarter pint of kin

I lost un her Nun profe,sed not. I to out from' lu-liiw. "io," h. cried to i ancf August I. 1010 _u.__._ .:IH19.H1 Mrs R. It. Terry do .______.___ 'u II 00 !",-..fr".1 Co Bank 1."n:1: ._nu._ ____ 25.DO ned complexion! 1 I.." ton; at at out the
Kurvlpts during month _________. 4D.OO' lanle Rlelllnir\ d*> u ___ ._ _. ', "o.' I', ",j'.1 Co Hank do 27 u_.. .
fet* I tlu- ;creetliuVben' I "hi* spoke tar Nan. "There'll l l.a shooting I here thnt --- 'nu 65 HO ost one usual!;. << for -'mall!! jaror
iiimmvnii> durlnit month ____ u :-mil.i>| I \. Jones do n_.__.___.__. . 2100 R \ :Mule, ti-achinir ; d. __ 20 00 p.iv a
tone wui! dry with fiu>plciou.AVnlt I clint stop. !" I Idslappid. Sassoon's .,' ic.. 8..t. I. HUH -.,_ --'_'__--_._:320J.H.1: Joule, Keller do __ '_ _h_ .___. _. . i'HOif I u. ordinary cold orvam Do sure to

with his I.. Hluckhurn ilo .______..__._ ..._ 8100Rurv 'folal l .__. __ ....___ ... .._ 04.A' strain the )lemon
11 moiiH-nt. SasHonn.Vhore pony \lclmisly( hand spurred H -d Kun.1 I "n-.ioh d., .____.. . 88.nil.K -- - -- -- jui"e ,sn no p'llp gets
Itrv > oli piln. 'V' "Indemaiiilcil.''' S.i" |>ast her t-.linself. mid was away. White "",,,'.nee AIIK t. 1'>11> ______ u_ -14Z7.lt 3!. Chsncer do ..n..__.......-._.u___._ 411 00"n.,1 into the bottle, the'. thi J..tj"'n111 remain -
-ipts during .morith .___..._______ 373.4! Sthns iki ____ __._ __ No Worms In
._ n
.1 > > a Child
healthy
hitched with with consternation. ami flu nrd fr.oh for nths. V'hp.n
Honu one luind at Mstroiisrru anger. III.bure.n.nta durlnv montH __.u ___1344.44 pure mi I
) T 1 of __
( on ar' tsn-l .. ._____. 15 no
lIlt,,"Ill I. I Hi-I Inclined I hid lieadxiilklly Htendlcd 'herself. and louki-d I aCtcr I the .. ".'u 11.'it. l I. IUID U.UUh_ ..._32S4.UOulvlsnillnif : fWa \lrl".n" tesehlnir _.-___u_.____ n 60 n.i. All children. troubled with worm have in un applied d.lily!: to the fare, neofc. arms. I

Vend. hun,., Mc'-" .do .__.___._.__.....__ healthy color which ImUatea poor blood. and a* .
I I I tonnnl I hi t.* coinpnnlon., "Sfnrtlun tin ing. pair. 1'111I\ hlrlln;: in her middle ven 45 00aims and hnnd It houM help ro }t.le.ich. ,
,ilnncoa I. 1019 ..u. ..____ .____ 30I.7S .( Hosier mId' ___ __ _... .__ .. .1.00Mtinci tutu them Is more or In stomach 'disturbance. !
II man un tin- i trail for Slcrpy" Cat." iiliirin l\\" ,r I'utn !dai-k to the . .."n-l* ilur ntf month u uu___ __- M.lit R.,....n.* tiachlnff ..-.__ .. n no GROVE; TASTELESS: chill TONIC lUveo inSuLarly clear smoothen and beautify the -ikln.

"Stop", .hhe excl.-iltui-d:I Hharply. for rtmUi I i h.Hlst- > /gt\e I Inul.irm.I lmr'tm.-nt lIlting month ",.*.1.. -Ifcllrudi-r ii, ,. n___ --uun 7500iV I fortwoor three week will:! enrich the bluod. 1m. Any druggist wfll! supph fVir r ounces !
.......oc. St-.t 1. lV11f _____ .._u..._-- .T0.llrsliDia ." Hercules blackboard ____._________ 94 10'' prove the dldestlon. and art !5$ a Oneral Snren4t' ,
I'. Si|' :IIn.I pushlni.'liisowu I |h..r"*' alii-inl Yl'mnIlk/ ,> hulf n don-n men I.e- Fund 1 WI'.an IncM .. ... ... . lost n enln* Tonic to t- ,. :li,..1!,. s, ""/11. Nature wi.li: ."i of orchard white at very! little cost

had tnanniteil without I belni; observed fever and Scott ,is I I.'a sp ,iln and his ItnUnr Aun I. tOtS .. 4X111.lurinn T .\nrlyanl. I'rlntlnir .-__ nU__... 3428 throw off or dispel" the worm*. sot the Child WI i I I. and your gro-cr: 1735: the lemons .
. "-'ti' S month u __ ._. n.- 'US.SU K SI ".,..h...>. *? .. __. 1 Ril la perfect health. Pleasant
to take. tIc!< I U Adv. j
to kkk Sussi'on'u !hi'*r In tluflunk.( prisoner dashed t. :ird t them. .t'|'- - c.-r (99)




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SEI'TI-\lBlm:! I1RtDEORI) COUNTY:' TJ.I.F.r.n.\I'II, ST.\HKE. J.'I.OIUO.\ l
FJUIIA. 19. 1919. ._______ __ .. .
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toi of Washington county, J. C. White :
of Chipley has been pardoned by thepardonmg '

News of Florida in Short board at Tallahassee upon ''I

."r. r.xan... +5,..- .. . . .. ... i... i the insistency of Governor Catts. A i
petition, "signed, by several, hundred.
friends, of the convicted former taut, 1 1A 1i

Live State "I1'tI.r is said to have influenced! the 174W'

governor to insist upon the pardoningof f

f-.... .. ,, White
"" '''-- '-.r> :w.u ww '.rs na.r.r..r."" """""."') INight I

T Jb Our Exchanges.o I i

I :-': Policeman L..t. Pipkin of i i

.------. FOI.tll.'lllle; dropped elend in the I
"streets, of that city ;Monday night just(
from Simannee county recently first shipment of this kind to arrive after arresting Charles Shirley who I II
broke the record for high ''at Jacksonville since the daily ,
prices ( war is! was having a wordy altercation with I
in the Carolina market. ;I, expected. Announcement of this fact I anothei man. As Shirley was in custody \

I': was made by the Southern Shipping of the officer\ at the time of his +

The Gladepoit, of the Bass Boat I, Company this firm being local agent; I sudden\ death there was some suspicion I
Line, arrived in Palm Beach Friday : for the Chilean (,shippers, and will' of foul play' and hirl..y'n... held( ,

with 8,000 pounds of Lake Okecchobee ; handle the unloading, and distributionof until after u colonel's mqucbt An'' '.

catfish. I the cargo I examination failed to show, any signs '
of violence, anti the doctors! derided
Tho dairy n'4ocuttion of Lion ,'oun-I The Miami labor win came to an that death was due to heart fniluii\
twill >build 11 faiimii' co-operative i \\ednesclay with an agreement i

milk *t ituMi and toldtUiraKC form between building trades workers and'
",Its cud I dthir perishables employers and union in sympathywith I To the outsider\ the a-king f.t i th, .,
the strikers, which is considered", 1 creation of four new counties; III I II rSoto t.

The season's rentals of the" Iarge a complete victory for organized: ; la- :: county might look as though .
bor. Two I that was! too many counties to toils> <- '
sort urn c-ommenuntr early In St. I'o- and a half million dollarsin rk .
constlurtion tied! two weeks : of one ,county but IH'Soto ountv is
te-i,'slnirn, One house rented to a family was up ,
from Ohio will bring $11,000. during the strike and liUO( workmenwere : now larger than some states and th' !
airected I development demands four new i "un j I
tics When the.le weir only' n fi'"
Th., trustees. of Columbia College --- I lI'i; t 1'.1"1' I I h l til'" VVl.'I Ii I- . ..1
when ,ill\ of the furni--hinan: uf At an surly hour $Satinda .1r
POMIH .
nWI'n-I' ','1111111 i- ion-i' ul: I 1.10'f) l| ti-i'' I
the i .dlege, presented. each of the injr, M. I P ;Matins of :Mayo ,'olt1l11i.. iol1t'I' could loko aftc-i a I i tot.i > ,
chuiih-! in Luke City with one of the b..1. t'. ll/.ell: and died a few hours. ritoiy as large as two 01 three ''II ,

j'liimiMSpu"' later. It Hen-ins that there had been I ties in mote thickly settled) stn'i .r
some ill will between the two men for the I
but with increased! population t u
nlntiiiat Plant City have recently 'same time and, it i is thought! that good l toads this is Impossible. I \
paul MUOi; for citrus fruit on ious< double 1 would have occurred II III I It.

the tree tin puce being $J 50( a box tween these two men on Friday 1\1'-1 t. :
drliVerd, at the packing house preceding the" killing had it not I I.a ist :Saturday: Sheriff I I.:>::,le>, of I.1 M ,

evented bv friendwho I happened to Oak, received tmws that a fc'11I"h'I' ,1z

After vu"'dntlllLfOI' several weeks! be standing near by. before two colored 1 prisoners., one" of (' ''' IDEA! "

over the matter 'Inmpu has definitelyabandoned I IFlol'i.lu'li whom, CicorgcJames: was an escapedconvict
elTottn for the l'J2!) front Suwaniuccountv'. hail l '- JI"
any entire quota of I Open
] nrmv your Ii'LuckyStrikepack }
centennial and the race Is I between tucks for raid building: purposes will'' broken jail at Palatka stolen a Ford I .

JnikBonville and I'enxainla. tenon be delivered to the state road nt Staike and l the presumption' was .
they were headed I toward this. city A
-. dc-paitment. Sixteen trucks I
more arrived -
little scouting put him and. deputy :i o.i, ; age this way-tear ,
bleederof at Camp Johnstown Satuiday.Caipenters .
A p1'ndical'nttl.\ and hog I n
trail ninth-
St Louis! has pui'chased l.tV) acres! will at once put special j ward O'Cain which on their they followed leading< across the oil part of the top I!
about four clumping bodied on these trJlt.kHlnt! I
of land near iordonville: ",
1 lie 'hing
miles from Hartow and will establisha they will then be ready to turn overto river at Suwunnee Springs! in I t only.Protects ddlix '
I the of the hill beyond theysaw
top .
f'ir.t class stock farm on the traetSt the road department One '
dic'd and six trucks have been hun-I their quarry which they soon ovcttook I the Lucky Strike >
i and l shackled On the Ford

Augustine has! begun an extensive ered to the road-department ' the negroes! were dl'lvinJ11" a bale 'i cigarette cigarette nude ";y :
I
building grading. of cotton which they intended :
street program/ upland
rocking, rolling and oiling several of Lieutenant Commander Culm reported I selling lit Jasper and\ which they, had I l of that delicious real Burl .I :

the main streets!! which have been! in at the naval air !station at I taken from the platform at IIi\,Ir.th Icy tobacco. It's toasted.Ounrnnteed I f..,
::
need of improving!!, for home time, 1'ensac-ola to make final preparations the: night bu/ore :Subsequent:'; investigation ,, .
with the officials of the navy yard, proved\ that the cotton bclongi I r

Harwell employee of the garding! the NC-4's visit to ',' !\ (' 1'1 to L C. \11II.tin: and that the thieves 'I .IiJ
.1. W an
It ill that the la"linl.of, by "
planned
cut fouror had stolen several gallons of gasolinelit
Tampa Iairy) Company was noted machine will be mode) near SheniT I I. K- I I
pure tunes on the face and stabbedin : Me; [ \lpin ()In :Monday \ JJ ,
alteicationith of the Pensaeola wharves instead of ;I returned James to the penitentiary at '
the shoulder in an the naval air station in older that .evely Uaiford and his! partner, Leroy (!anv. i Lttettxu.
n neirres! over a seat in a West Tampa i I,,1 : .
I'ensiaeolian will hatll \h"I'itf
< opportunity / ". has J'elcldivel'.1 to the I
street ear.Prdrrtl Ye OeIOexItO
of witnessing the eventXcailv I
: I lof Putnam "ollnt _._ -
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uflirrrs. inet' bus I ness-like I
and unosti'nt itious manner> made another : $(.0110; wen'I h eif pure bred, The southern pint' of Florida was I IhL: jiiiiiimt; Hint /Ot>CH "M1rI i -v..<..1( 1 Ic':, I t ..dTJiTftufl 1 i TRY IT SUBSTITUTE:: LIFTOFF CORNSi

mid on liquor runners in Miami Puroc- hogs wereol.l Saturday at the I stormswe-pt last wc-ek and' great climate of It5 blue end' lntfivit' ,'rr a. I 1..' 1'\ .
otlueis arrested first. annual sale nt the American; Atriiciiltuial has been reported from K'yVest UVh KKOMO! QIIMNK, ; ((1ul tn) run IH. tkrnby FOR NASTY CALOiWtL!
morning.rite i
Sunday Oaks any ne wiilmtit. mu-inj nrrvuiinncnti. roving.
(Company's the lower East: Coast. At KeyWest nr I
three Nassau negroes and, confisi.ited lung la tliu '":0.1. I L,W.(.Ki j\ L 6 al uuiui-o uu |N>K. ,10,. t
firm at Pierce and the animals olFeicd three, hundred. and twenty build I Starts Lp-er Without. Mak-
; foituses of whiskey for sale brought very satisfactoryprices. I I il1ll1't: ) toppled over and theie was 1--- "-.'-' .___ .___n.IWIn .:-_. your Apply few drops then lift sore.

There were buyers present! not a house in the city escaping entirely : () ; molt l.t'IH.lf'\TlnS I HHJ) Y. Sick arid l Ui..i-;

Lake City took a holiday bllllhll'Mm11 Tuesday" from Mississippi: Georgia; and north t font" injury from tin sixty mile In. Circuit. Court. Stutu nf 1'Unltlii, Fluhllt I ol ilivatt.: ;. tou'tty corns oU wiU)
and piaitunllv: all of her Florida, but South !lorula buyers gale sweeping the ci1 ,'. The damageis Judicial, tiro.it. brntllortl Cuun'lIn Chun, I I
!
at
be
went to Tallahassee\ to present fingers
.
band and the best bogs 04 ry
vvcto" ol-o on estimated at over two million eloll.us -
the hearing of the county commissioners ,\. C !An.lrfu.. ICunt (nay ,II'UItIo1 I in teiwll' yuul.' ill lit. .
\\'nJ! In riorida.! : 1
stay The wateifront pic-scuts a mass! | .
whose removal from office has (ilnt nun t dill d
Illlll rv.yl.edy I s ) ,KIM |11.1' IK
,of shipping jammed togtlhei; and ** t ..
been demanded.The Had Khc-rifT Mntrnn granted I tin nciie -. : font liven ale reported[' 1 lost. The overseas I I Alma Amlfpu. I I tired u great fulling oil in t tl.e .-...//0, I II
,
I Uf "]nnti ,
| t of Sheiilf, Boyce to have Jones I. railroad l from. the mainland l to n of calomel They all give Un H.UIUreiiHon. .
"he'rilf of Ptncllai county announces It npiirurliirf l>y BlTi.lavlt. MPPMUIK. 'm tin
a Puval J county rapist transfeneclfrom Key West is said to hair "ulf"I'eI'III1- ,i Kill flied. in tin Blmvc'.HtnU'tl CM\IH Hint Alinrtnilnu Uoddcin Liver Tone i:, l.ikiun\ :
the beginning of a campaignwhich the St. Johns county jail to the I sidetable;" damage and train ",.service '\ thu lit.ft'nilunt tin.r*.m an.mrd.' in. n I Its place. I
has for its. purpose the rounding I nnii-riwiJi. nt if th,' ntnlff of \hltirulu, nml, her
Putnam county prison a lynching or discontinuedhile there was no au"thentic "Calomel is dangerous and peopliknow ,,
and black .
both white n'xlnta unknown unit that than
of all men I IH m no prrson ,
up engaged" in other serious" trouble would have been news from the many small islands I In Lhif tttati of t>'li>riila .that thi' .irvlcif <" it, while Uuh'oll' Liver lone is cs

who some ate occupation.A not at. present recorded morning, in I'alatka early Tuesday from; i between nvenhstornl Key't tl repents West and the themainland I| 'm, *ovrr IIIhn'u; :: : of I1 twinlyMjnw bind nail .d"t''I: ::;! UI ) I II I perfectly safe and given better re 'fPuemi
u say "
.ahrmfore oriliml that n.id nrtiiiiltfnt I cults, said u prominent local l diner' J Jt
Lakeland onville! to pet thepiisoner, and. practically stripped many of I i f in ilit nt to and in he""I11r..Jul.l> I..... to .",,..d.'j. ist. Podaon's Liver Tone in I
17-->earold negro boy of only desisted when eonvinc-e'd that hem and that Big Pine key was swept in thi bill of Cfimpluint" Dhil In avid cntut nnir t: parson I
was. electrocuted by coming' in the criminal was not confined in this bale of all buildings with loss of life. I*"fore Montluy, the :trrf ilny uf NovimlMp. ally j.imrante liy. every druggist who I
contact with a live wire blown down .\ IIUI'1 l ., othtrwiM, thi lltwiitfoni of HNi'l\ / Hells it A large bottle costs 60 cents ,
but been carried elsewherefor West, with ,
(nil, had The 1 hurricane struck Key .
hilt!! will b<> I..k'n na confc nt>il t>y .hl j | "ltftn<)
during ten-minute blow which and if It finite to relief in ,
passn =afekeepinfrThe I full farce at H o'clock Tuesday night nn give easy -
ed over that city Wednesday, and raged throughout the night When I! I It in further. (J.d.Ih"\ thin. order| h. |>uhI I every: case f1i (';: sluggishness and;;

boy was delivering ice at the time of highest tides. known in this section the wind, was at its highest/ the air I' .m fished, the once lI.aMn.1 n wick County for fi"licitmpti ht enn. ..*cutiv. a. WM'ka n.I .w.- constipation you have only to ask for I I' G G
accident.
the in more" than half n thrown down and l the 1 his l 1V19
principally by the steady winds wires were soon August 15th
:\lllj. t'hailes .\. Hiowiie. of Orlando which have blown out of the south c.itv. plunged, into darkness which added ( .* W T. WfIK: ; I Liver Tone I is a pleasant : ... ..
who has been for the past' several! of1'i iSrnl': ) Clerk Cirrtnt" ToiiriMy tasting, purely vegetable" remedy I
and southwest for two days, backed to the horror of the long night t hurt u bitt! Drop a little Ji
It. A. WttKaIli; ; I
months divisional engineer for the up the waters of hay and gulf in the storm and stress A heavy fall flf> l "poly' n.rkI 'harmless to both children and 1 adults! I' Kre'I.OMCoil' an aching ('orn. instantly {"",'
state n n i I cl ','aituipt h''"i nines state Tampa section Thursday Reports ,nun accompanied, the wind. This was > R KNIGHT.bo Take a spoonful at night and wake that hurting then lift I
highway engineer' for the ,department from the beach resorts of tides, that the fourth storm of first magnitude1'to I to I tor 'bur ComnlmnHni.' 8,li.\ It up feeling fine; ne biliousness sick I corn stops you

succeeding: William 1 I"'. CQ<'ke. resign!: came into backyards and! set things strike Key West in the past fifty -.- ---- - .. -.- -- I headache, acid etolJl.:h or constipated I it right out Yen, maifict
ed. afloat of small outhouses washing 'eU"K." I It is estimated that the storm, I'oCl11' ('.: OK DISCMltf.K Jiouels.! It doesn't gripe or cause A tiny bottle of Freozone costs but ;

away, and of dancing/ pavilion floors aiisecl i half u million dullurs worth Two niontha' iiftiT tint. Iwrvitf I will present l11 Congressman: Prune is becoming interested water covered), were numerous, but of damage to the fruit and vegetable my viiuohcni. and htinl. ."<.ount. In f thi 1I"n violent calomel.! Take culo !lull (-,('nt to remove every" hard corn.
"" in having Plorida returned, the teal property damage/ was small lop i of the Miami: i section and, considerable <:''''. A. incliner. (::f,'unty .t\utnu ..f Hm C""ntl.111.\ .. mid aRk fur my flnnl' !IHImrui rod turjiy nnd 1 tomorrow you will f.,1w.'uk 1
to Central time and ill quoted ns stating . Miami the calluses without
i i damage to propctty. in (' MM sdmin let"ndxr .., tint iiitatc (>f Curd and soreness or
: that something must be done to Hngine (:onrge P Young, with a I'ho I town 'if Maiathon, fm.tycighlinili : r N<'wifirn di'Oeimedrhin .. sick and nauseated. Don't Intuit irritation
correct matters in Ploridi: as conditions the 11th day of Julv. IUI1I iiy'n work! Take Dodxon'H liver
i'orpor helpers, is pushing the work "s Pent Kry'e t on oversea ._ I-'r'e/one\ the sensational l discovery
.L arc intolrra n le and governmentofficials uf making surveys, pruTdes. estimates railroad, hI"I P"l't,1, to hi\c only one N. U. WMNWRIMITAdmlnlHtrntor Tone instead and feel line, full of vigor of a Cincinnati Keniua. It U won-
..houltlllee that we get: r..li"f. for the system c.f gcioil mad<1< adoptedby ,l )1.,1'i i taednlg>,, after tin hurt"n'amt ,-:(ion nnd urnbition. I I'f, '", I'rflll.Atly No. 28.I. t

the Pnseei (bunts flood; Roads: As 1::,. I I passed

:Mrs R. K:. Downs committed suicide enclat ion. to be built at a cut, of $;">". 4.r month n'Ur N01ICK data bfrtuf I will pnticnty
at Sumnu'i'lie-Id ututd.iy::; morning 000, if the election eallies.". The HI|. n vuuthi and! html' ...mint to t 10.' I ton -----,-
by shooting: herself through; the in making at thi time' is to 1V '? .' \ J
surrey .
heal with She fired the . .. u.io."ula. mul fink fur lIlY liitMi dtiirt '. \
a gun. gun iisk for bids before the- date of thoeloction ,- .
. .
--1 HA n ItinniittiHtor uf the .1.' uf jI
twice, the first shot not killing her, so so that the voters will knowwh.thl'l' d ?, I'Hdlft.\ tt. ilfC4fM. *>d. \r---
she! shut again, thin time the bullet or not they antt"intr to I ge'the I IMnth:: 01"t.... A. 1>. i ini9. t- -I
directly through her heart. j :HONEY I U I I'A I It.I-r
Acting the t'ti.inThe !
road"l1l1l',1 for in "pet\ Women .
\ /j I."iitntrkiu, Cstats; of _. I). 1'.IMIt; d.
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!...-.* 5 JO Ann.
Work has begun: cm u building in night, watchman! II' th' ,. Ii '. .
Live Oak to be used as a dehydrating ""nv ille r plant and will be completed in time to pi l.nt, fell ovctbo.iid./ ? I Icd uffel log! wont' 'n. from 1.1 / sI.C lulls alit tir Tug:
) are for the sweet potato crop as It l hottlatter I I- 0" l Inrk 1'i I i "h.: See, lV. r. I Pit.u. of LX fr.eAL HTA1IHIStici l .
I > '. , 1 h. IK r. by "ivi .. ihHI W f I "nt. Tt .
matures! which will be the main crop ; hornh.. I'u'lfc. H. our- ,. .. ,
iujjlit tic1 and: just I' .. 'I" Inner t of tnt c rtiH n N "It' lit' 'I i thi
that the promoters will attempt to the plant b the entrhr'IO'I. i vh"' tr' ,1 \\ "l\lntlll. . I (, I 'Iny nf .,luly. A. l> I'I.. line III. d 1 nai.1, "
handle at : } s' "rl"" I ear down Ii, Hti. (in my DlTiet, amt I him mud* .i,1 t I CHf Till: UNIVLKSA.L CAR
present.A lipM'd, it1'iru I his :n't< I" "n i :
,
a'S' '. '. i Iti. "r tflx i| td to ixnu' In urruntaurt nth' l
lilY
dutv'. Shiiith ..fI..1' 'i..n. "I I-1 t tman t Said, ,rail., Hti ,'nilirac n t In. f,,II"wit.,, .
b'k "1 I..I,!
$JOOM)0( ) teal . c nIT m
went clntvemu .i : il The i ;
Fort! Runabout Runabout in
felt hi o" iI and dls I I I".h.. to wit ii a :
consummate at Lake Wales) the property di-. I I. n<"u purchased including 4,000 acres, fit'i n ''''''''!1.1.,1 the. fn. t 'ha'i t tvtatehniitn .,. : n 111' hnpre fir ee.'r I 'I .,r :MoijthinM gu.n. r. Sr I I.. fn" 1 S It Jlity-a regular; business messenger! solving

e the western boundaries of which ad- v< a' n inning .It , when > .. I Mi acre the question of economical and
being v : I'n I ,n ... i J Innd loins n..1! nt the ilnti oft quick transportation. I
join Mountain Lake and extend eastward I a friend ti. 'Meted 1 t I. ."unrt. u f it...h n itlcHtr in the nkmf of
to Pierce Lake Big ,.. The Contractor, Hutlder, Traveling
developmentwork Governor Catts has i is- 'I'i J<.I .1 d ,ith U i .w. I"allman
will be started at once. ...f'b,,iI "A'"I 1 or' ,,1\\".". HU.t 1 ,t.. r.do. .' Collector all ;
warrant fur thioxmutieri\ Take '" 'II a.J, wol 1, llir.i'I. Solicitor l find the I'ord
Davis, alms Will Davis, ami set 1 Fri .... .r r.d.... t'n( 1 1'1'' Runabout the convenient well the
Thursday Sheriff John Logan grace '!'ay, September 10th between th' n. r.u, "'u' .n...' I ."J i l Ii mot as as 1 q{

fully turned over the ollieu of sheriff hours of 10 and 2 e.Mn, 1 K ,c- thi tim" most economical among motor cars. Durable:

which. he has ben holding for two anda for the execution Davis, who murd W I Ali'r . ,d in service: and useful day in the t1
halt terms to James M. Longford, "rod SherifT .1. L Forehand i i i. 1.1,', CARDUI \ every year. ,
who sheriff of Ilk following trod We solicit order for \\'c ask :
u now ( county c'rtv ceiunty late in August was your one or more. ,

the" action the governor. and) i'MUM"fi-cl last\ week al' ..1M(" .il your patronage in the repair of your car, assuring I'
term of circuit court held in (;nil 'I.'I r v l'yr

fct. Johns county is arranging: to entity' of murder in the first eleirn) The Woman's TcnlcI you of genuine Ford! l'arts.skillc workmen, ii'

build concrete bridges on the Dixie and sentenced to be hanged. reasonable: prices. (:
1, highway all the way to the Flagler
county l.ne This has been announcedby Joe Hunter West of Jacksonvillebeame i !ti -Kin 'ard'il: In coon Fbs'Hrurr Ford i
tho county commissioners> > and it suddenly deranged late :Sit; a el cl w'' 'o I saw a irs 1! r GarageA

r seems that the day of wooden bridges i-rdav, and ran amuck in th' home uf I r'ir. .. : i."prp.nr.e. Ue"
bas passed borne of the wooden bridges a prominent physician of that ,city R I r. % Htro-i",'r r'! lit ''r1 .W. & (;. A.Anderson .

( in St. Johns county have caused h"oting up the house and t'.,idiaM .." cured me. (r SEALED TIMS ONLY

no end of trouble.At inf the lam; He I nn -r Ian Il1a'f II *.T YOUR G'ocff15: 1 lh! 1 fl 1 lsr SFAIiKE FLA.
r'f In ,
) y'ani"yr t ,
was arrested" but was liberated by the I dt 'f II,
It .' "
1 yn1 ran ,C
the September meet njr of the authorities Sunday when he went i ... I -n I.t
t 'J!
I, a'It a'
board of comity commisisoncis! > th offer a"im,; to the home of thephvsi'ian, Tar api" IS t.I 1 Tr' : aid it Ili ee .' I ,ViII ..,I.f! '' ; ,, .. ,. ..
of the state highway commission pith mi'HTOIIS intent. Ho wax arr ', ,,, .J_"
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I \\1.;1 T :ir cla it wof" ( : ,
to take over the' east and wept road l ''sr d and is now being held) for saf '- ast g 011. (' i''al, '! the C 7 ::.A.-, j ,-- __.1>. ='

through, tJkeechobie county foi wart keeping. pending his incarceration in l .' r 1'. ro.,1,', --' I !t.----LI' :l..:' ,

a 1 ;:on,ooo bond Issue was recently the asylum. It' L : If KhouiJ b.'I'Ipycji ;>> 7 rms.Cons I .

voted and sold, was accepted. the T-r c_rJuU At all --.---- ---.a : :-6 =-
State, is to furnish 100.000 of the cent Though "e has not served a single drugt-: : E-73 C Ortp;' end laLa.n.. .. ; :
of cnnstrtion and is to maintain the day of the fiv >-year sentence the lower I use a Iii

road. "'I.t imposed! on him following hnmnvi _ _ [I LAXATIVE tnJOMO( Ql :NiiETabkta r' rn"r.cause. .
'"inn of a shortage of $12,000) to Tht-ru la only oDe "Brorno Qulaa. ., --- -.- ----_-.- l(

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r.' :Iitt l PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FllII\ Y. SEPTEMBER: 19. )91\1; ,

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i' selves in duty bound to "deplore" the left for Tavares Wednesday to visit r
Bradford County;} Telegraph 'recent' lynching in Jacksonville and his brother, U. C. Darker. I

. I I the l'"III'IIIplnt,1, one in St. Augus- :Messrs., 1) It. and Wm. Edwards, of
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.- -- t miBut as long as only deserving Lnwtey were transacting business! II i ES8U9gE9 ,
l li, hlislx-d \V..I kt.I and, .'nl"r'd '>" xrr. i nun..iU/ me' put' to death, is there 'In,if Friday..

i m 1 cliiH ,ii".n.', III tin- pus .ofhrr niStarke. I ,11\ an;" IVIIMIII/ to condemn the Mrs. I D. I.. Kigby returned Thurs I .
Kmhi'is'I '; ?:! II I- there nut more reason daycorn a few days .stay in Starke.
. Hmida.II I to;l ,di'iloic| the} conditions, that compel .Messrs. James Sheppard and II. C. ,
1 MI. h actions ?! The sporadic J l.vnchmgs Wimberly, attended a meeting of the I
S. M 1 XTIItPW**, Editor and Owner. that take place result from the .same Lawtey Masons. Thursday night.

J. r. lIolIl\SO"ft..lah.:; Fditur.i ; chases which' compelled the formation S. A. Bryan of :Starke; was a business
vigilance"' committees in the early visitor here Thursday. i .
w dnys' of California the Ku-Klux and 1 (icorge; W. Parker, Jr., left Wednesday i a USCO
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iigulntor societies und, the coming for Jacksonville for an indefinite l 11I' .
1919 SEPTEME3 R, 1919iJ together of the best citizens of New stay.
Orleans) to exterminate the Mafia somt :Max Wimberly visited friends nt'' I'
h jQ,= t'I MlD11.NU=/RI I ty there. Why assume. that the I.awtey Friday. 1 .1t,

I ncliers. are actuated by brutal blood- :Mrs. John Austin mid son D. A., i
-uzt 345 thirst und l defiance\ of the law ? It is and K. D. Prescott were called to "

: most probably the other way. They Plant City last week by the illness 'i l /
T 819 101lTl241S16178192Q; 13 more likely. decide on the action with and death of their sister and aunt, 1 n I1tp\

much reluctance, only that they feel :Mrs Hicks. Mrs. Hicks was at one 1111 ;
in duty bound to do what they con time a resident of Highland and her t 111 j'

,, ,# [ i.I'rIURT: be done and which must many friends. here regret to hear of 1 t w sI l
not fail because of the uncertainty of her death.
23J22 23 24 2127 law In lynching l + '.4 /.
processes. many Chas Shepard, of Milliard, visited I ljl.1'' A
I counts we rend that the actors con- Ins father, James Shepard, Monday: I

282930 : rri Nted piiibnbly', of true the best in almost citi/.ens.every! "This case is :\ -MrVj'l'rW''mDprly!!! Winifred left' Sunday and daughter for I.aw, I i I I ''i J'J' ', r a t

.. -. 1 1 he best citizens are naturally theme try. s t'here the vs.TIIJ.'). _. .. iu. .<_- L 10 enable 1 I
-- :i ,,t anxious to put down crime. The :Mi!\Vimfrrd, i to attend school.) 1 l I pI ill
r: Mi I.| c.- ,HC' "' itpoiud' from" i"\try.I i that have attended 1j1 11111 e Itl all
intimities .
i somel.wHiings :II''" 'I"red Lang and children and I i I I r
!'10 .1 whorl" I i inn t i.i--, the police, lire ,. have been committed by the Richard Lang returned from visit iI 1 1 i1 1 I I 1 M
a to
ul.li :in pnsirxe'" older, but in Uoston i 1',I'Truir' following along. datives i at Kingsla-id. I
CIHUllday.; .
the ;pi 1 Ii> mi n. idotru< k, and! nnnr- I The Southerners lire surprisingly : (
u Mr and, :Mrs Robert L. Crews 111111 I 1 (,' l ( r
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'I1'wl".d in t tlu- city until 5.0IW( t ,,1 uK j
( law-abiding people' und| the South moving to Starke this week where he 1 j p
United ;tote- soldieis were called in. abound III loralitieH' where the law isiilloucd has a position with the S. '
,,i I Tin only |Lady| of mm that has not to take its course" in all eases A. L railway ttl 1111 !
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r. a t yet ,Miu'ik, is the soldiers, yet theirpay i, Hut there i is no locality, no matteri :Miss R"nn1111'1': and F.d :Marr visited
i I is! ridiculously small. There iI is! i how enlightened!: and humane, that relatives in I.nwtey 1
nothing to hinder, them from striking will nut put to death the black out- :\1... Sunday
I and :Mrs I,. W. Wilkinson and. Il '
i Kvtul Cord'
'NutJtr 'Chain'
their oaths to the government. 'Vtco' 'Plain'
c except of white 1111
I rage u \o>nIUII. .We arc surioundcd :Mrs. Henry Taylor male bUMille'I|
I Dut these oaths not inure binding a
are ( on nil sides. by black unreasoning trio to Starke Monday. ,
) than those made by the policemen and ,. and cruel brutes and was it I Rev James Strickland n' mv 11 1MB U Ui
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was visitor
t those made by every voter when he not for the lynching that follows almost to Jacksonville n ,

registers for election. i t every outrage, there would, be a Rev. Link Moseley Saturday and nnd Rev.Sundav.T M We Vouch for Them

I hundred such crimes! to every one that Carter will start n revival meeting
The blunders committed in making takes place now. here Thursday night at the
up the forms of the big dailies i are That lynchmgs are' more frequent church. Baptist

sometimes too funny for anything. To m the South thnti in the Norris is, i .- Of all the tires that are made, facilities -they employ
for under, the head! many
have instance, first, because there are more incentives -
"lil.th"thif: : itl'lI1. "-, white, aged for them here and bo- I I GRAHAM: -why do you suppose we exclusive methods.

T years, Sept. 10," onlyhows that latise the population of thetA/ ', iM'j'
'I; the make-up man, working ./\ hurryin more, homogeneous: and stable, and n Graham, Sept 19.! -:Mr. and 1 !Mrs. J. prefer to sell United States They can to
insullicient! light, got a wrong hend.over ant heterogeneous and transient as in Beville were business. visitors to Tires? go greater
it. Readers: of the daily paperslet the mirth. All here being interested, franker :Monday. lengths in testing improving
Much blunders pass. '" without comment I'to the same extent in vital matters, it :Mrs. Jesse Surrency and children, ,
because, they are so common. ''i. much easier to decide on a measure of Inmpa., are here visiting relativesand Because they are made by and perfecting the things that

But should similar incongruities ap I than it is in the North. It is deplorable friends I make good tires.
in the weekly papers, the editors, '" that we must resort to lynchings! :Mrs.\ Jim Uynl, of Suwnnnee Val the biggest rubber company
lives would, be made, miserable A at times, but the spirit that actuates ley is here visiting her parents, Mr.
ease like the one quoted would be sufficient us to do it i is certainly not to he con anti :Mrs. A. Lane in the world. And they know We find it good business to

t for an indignation meeting of ,It'lnlll"ShllulcJ\ lynchings: cease! ef- :Mr. and :Mrs. Chesley Fogg and sis- I sell United
how
' y the relatives of the departed child and fi'tcness would take the place of self- t..rliHH: dracie; were in Starke on to build good tires. States Tires. J

there would be a wholesale stoppageof reliance; but while our citizens have. business Tuesday
subscriptions I I gumption enough to take the law in.o' Frank Beville. of Bellamy, was on And-you will find it good :;
,i I to their own hands when they consider business here Tuesday They have choice of materials business
THE CONQUERING:; HKRO: ( COMES: : it necessary our republican institutions Messrs. Thomas and Bill Gurney, to buy them. They .;

t I I are safe. i iI of:Mr.Mounteocha, were here Thursday ,-they have immense are here-a tire for every need. ':
General Pershing! ; returns to the and !Mrs Alvin :McKinney and '. ,
' 'I In the Miss :Mabel McKinney of Louise, wero '
United States after work well done. stationery account of the herS l I

We may thank our stars that we had. national house of repn'R"ntativesI Thursday
Frank
I Walker
is his
visiting grandparents United
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him when we needed him, for there I: 711 packs of playing cards paid for this week. States Tires

r was no one else that could have taken ,, out of the contingent: fund, people's Riley Wasdin made a business trip
his place. With all due respectfor I''''m )ney. And poker playing supposed to Hampton Monday.Mr. .

Field :Marshal Foch, we are sure I to have gone out of. date, too-Times- and Mrs. 0. J. Abernathy, of
that had l not General I'ershing been I I I union.Great. \Vateroak, were here Thursday on are ,Good Tires k

his "guide, philosopher and, friend," business. j
1 he would not have made the brilliant I quantities of meat and fish, I :Matthew Wasdin has returned to .

{ campaign he did. Pershing's arrival held in storage for higher prices, 'I with I.agofT his, S. C., after a few days' visit We know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's why we sell them m, ..
I I parents, Mr. and :Mrs. II. n.
1 inspired him with courage/: and confidence have spoiled and had to be thrown Wasdin.,

, and when the two commanders :',away. Will anyone successfully explain Mrs. Autumn Youngblood: of Wal Ford Gar Starke Service Waldo
talked the of the how such business methods. Garage
over plans campaignwe helpto do, was here on business Thursday.Messrs. . ,
arc sure the field, marshal received lower the high cost of living 1-1 :\ Stafford Crews and Williams

many valuable pointers from the Times-Union. of %Now River, were visitors I Harrison & Roberts, Worthingtonspent

American general. The sudden. change I I here" Friday !I
from tardiness to energy and. Judging by what we have been :Misses\ Onie Irnves nnd Eva Beville t!

siveness in the conduct of the ng'Jr"s-1 I hearing! among! the people-not the were in Hampton Friday. the past three weeks with her belong! to the State Road ",'pllrtml"l\\'

ter General; I'ershmg'H arrival, was so well-to-do business men only, but the I Kirby Smith of Sampson City was 1I1..lpr. Mrs. P. M. Geiger! nnd are in charge of Supt. C. Parker,,
marked, that there can be no doubt of rank and file-they lire entirely disgusted in our burg Friday. Willie Brmson, of Laikins, came up who has charge!: of :.: ;5 men nt work on
:Mrs. Kquilla Dixon has returned Wednesday to spend several days with the road between Lake City and the
his. influence ill bunging the war to a with the exactions of organized from Black h'nr, (;in., after u week's his friends Baker county line. urncl;
termination. I'ershing Is labor and the cowardice shown toward .
speedy avery visit with relatives and friends
G. :M. Bennett few days last
'g mo.I.tt111111., but we hope history ', it by the men in om,.,.. It's our :Mrs., Ollie Rhoden of Mucclenny week in Halow,"'spent On., on business and, Justhat She Nettled

( will do him justice. :, opinion that the people of Americaare spent part of last week here with hersister a visit. with relatives. "I used. a bottle of Chamberlain's Now ReadyA

1 -- ready for a showdown and. a fightif :Mrs. Riley Wasdin."Mr I I :Mrs\ J. K. Ousley is on the sick list Tablets. some time ago: and they proved real help to the farmer
P A I I':$I'IIII.It'lI.n.CTIlt( : : necessary, and, if union labor wants and :Mrs.\ Claud Birt, of Hampton at this writing. to be just what 1 needed," writes Largest and Oldest Seed

: a universal .strike lot it strike, so the i is visiting her parents :Mr.\ and :S: B. Woodard made a business trip :Mrs Volta Bankspn, Chillicothe" .). House in the State.
'rest of the country can strike back, Mrs: A. Lane. V to Jacksonville! Monday. "They not only relieved\ me of indigestion -
Many: people'' worry over the delayof Travis, Byrd left Friday for Glen 1 I I :Martin's Seeds
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and the decision the side and :Mrs. : children but toned up my liver and rid Hy-test
the trial of the former German !go to that :-; .Mr. McGilvery and -
emperor t.1"rYM: where he will visit his 1
and speculate over the outcome.They can .strike the hardest These unionsare mother for a few days. of Center Hill, are making/: their me of backache and dizziness that I i Insure good crops
mostly' made of men who stay-'' home here for a while with her parents had been subject to for some time.
may have to wait indefinitely, up Remember prayer meeting every They did world of good und I + E.A.MARTIN SEED CO
me a
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:Mr. und :Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.
s
uil out of the and. worked for
big
for the promise! of a trial I was probably war Wednesday night 8:30.Me : will good for Fla.
I Arthur Bennett visitor to always speak a wnd I Jacksonville,
was a
,i given by the peace commissioners wages:" while the boys from the families ."rs." O. J. Abernathy and, J. A. Hampton Wednesday, afternoon. them.-Adv.
those believe of unorganized: labor made up the Graves wore! in Starke Thursday I
a to satisfy who still
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M. Woodard
Chesley Fogg attending to business Henry formerly an -- -
great: majority of those who did the was
that kings rule, and therefore cried
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in Gainesville Friday. employe of the Postal Telegraph nnd 'HIE C. & B. MAT FACTORY
I II ","crucify! The last autocrat in Germany ', working fighting! and suffering in :Mr. and Mrs I.acv Revnoldof New Cable ('0., has resigned", his position 1 123 Broad StreetJACKSONVILLE

I \ was. liismuivk. The desposedKaiser France. What right: has any man, no River, spent Saturday and Sunday in und accepted u position with the Bowers FLORID)

was only carried along! with matter how hard, he worked, if he our burg' with friends and relatives. Southern I Dredging Co., at :Miami. is the owner of and is carrying on the DAVISAgency

:; the stream, composed, of the strong could work in comfort nail safety, to''' .r. II. Surroncy was in Waldo, Saturday i.I i. mail order business formerly handledby
put himself on a level with those whotoiled I 1 T. will fill his,
military party, the !great land ownersand HX. King regular: the II. W. Clarke Hat ('0. All orders
\lute manufacturers and oxpoitcrs.The I in cold and hunger and constant It.V.. Warren and son, Bruce, of appointment at the Baptist church on Est. 1886
should be to C. & B. Hat
most salient feature of his character I danger of death ? And what Brooker, were here Saturday.Mr. Saturday and Sunday. sent
0 i it an inordinate vanity, natural man of them did more than his duty : and :Mrs. J. R. Neville and, Miss Jill1Il'I''oodlll'.1 was a visitor to 'Factory Agents! '"anled._ Send for
Bonnie droves: were in Stnrke Saturday : : catalogue. INSURANCESTARKE
nnyhow Ocala Star Hnmpton Monday.Mr.
I,1"; to him and further developed,, by "Kul-
I _. on business. :\ and :Mrs! I R M. Mersey were
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I' tur. lie was therefore easily flattered I railway'employes 'II Rev: Crosby, of Pine Level, ,delivered visitors to Stnrke Wednesday. Chamberlain's Colic und Diarrhoea
There classes of
and I made to believe that the I are two three interesting sermons here on ,, :Mr. and :Mrs A. I. Sullivan were > Remedy Michigan:
d l: measures decided on by the real rulers that are not paid enough Saturday and Sunday., isitors.. to Hampton :Monday I I Mrs. A. H. Hull, Caseville, Mich,

emanated from himself, or else he for their services. They are underpaid Tom Mills made a business trip to I> :Maj. L. A. 0.1011of Jacksonville, says, "I wish! to thank you for your
j
l' vas ashamed to acknowledge his ini- In order that the ever clamoring :Micnnopv Wednesday.Mrs. ''visited Hope Hall last week. grand good medicine Chamberlain's I"

potency, and anxious to have the world\ and threatening! brotherhoods may.. : Riley Wasdin spent part of :\ Saturday afternoon ar>. alligator Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We are ,.I
j }; 4 believe that whatever took place good get: more than their just share. Neither ,, last week at Louise visiting her sister three feet long, was killed I\t the front never without it in the house, and I draw's FasUleiA. chlU Tonic ;
much the train Mrs.: John Eddy. of the home of Mr.: and Mrs: II. I
or ill, ,did. so because it was his. will. class is paid as as ,I gate urn sure it saved our baby's life this
The rulers flagman. The first i is! the station J. R. Beville was! in Sampson City S. Roebuck summer." restores vitality act enemy by purifytnf tad err '
found it very convenientto agents. While no more r is required of Saturday I i W. H. Griffin; of Hampton, was in :Mrs. !Mary Catrv'nR ton Caseville. rkhlnn the blood. Yuu ran soon feel. ft* Stmiltb- !
'I I
have a scapegoat, and t WilheJmplayed Frank Beville with his Invlitoratlntf EfTix Prlc, an .
Sunday *
spent town Monday used
the flagman! than a strong back for I Mich.:\ ., says "I have Chamber I.mlnll. I.
/ that role to perfection. This parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beville. :Miss Gertrude Swindol spent Saturday lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for
and that he I is in I
J fact is well known to the peace commissioners handling freight a :Mrs. George; Stone left Saturday for night with :Misses Gertrude and years and it has always given prompt
of course, and they cannot manner able to sign his name to the Hastings where she will visit. her Elsie Hinson.R. relief." Adv. '
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.. hut regard a trial. of the kaiser i pay roll the station agent: must be a "daughter, :Mrs.: Walker; :, nfJ1r. a few; I :M. Mersey. is visiting. in :Miami II E. Fralick Hdw. & I IFurnifure
us puerile But if it should come to competent book-keeper business. man. days for a few days. I --I
,. pass, many startling and interesting telegrapher and custodian, of valua A surprise party was. given at the (i. :M. Bennett was a visitor to( rVf
bles. He is train home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Cheslev FORK Hampton :Monday.Dr. I
facts would come to light about the a deputy despfltcheron You I>> .'IoreVork, j I II
afternoon in honor of their little of hero
that whose fidelity life and property Friday Hunter Hampton was
led
causes to the world and
its war .depend he must make friends with daughter :Miss Lillian Fogg! it bo- :Monday on profesisonnl business.", I You are more ambitious! and you get more' Co
progress. enjoyment out of everything when '
,
in consisting your
her hlrthdnv. She received 1
; many Tuesday mnrtimir a party -
the public for the benefit of his road, blood
The kaiser's. bump of consciencewas Is In good ci.iHlition. Impurities in .
useful (rifts. (Games were played until /: of :Messrs Arthur Bennett, A. L. a
us be supposed. overshadow and work night and day if necessary. the blood have a very d'l'r..ssinlll'/T.t/ on
may n late hour when n ..I'lIdnut'ollr"p Sullivan G :M. Bennett and daughter,
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i the system, causing weakness, jzinc6| Roofing :$ 3.00
ed and absorbed by his bump of van- To the other class the section foreman of cream puffs and fudge was served.At Rhoda If ft for. Larkins and Kindall, n h _
nervousness and sickness.IROU'S Heat Grade "lames 1.40
ity. Hut if true he itching, He must' be not a little late hour took their will\ spend time uh
reports are nnd a the guests where they some employed ( TASniLLSS Chill, TONIC: Traces __ ._ __ .$1.10 1.2:
o really rends his. Bible consistently! of a civil engineer have an accurateeye departure wishing the honoree many in the fruit husinens.Monday restores Energy! and V itulity t.y Puriiyiptf Hack lIand! uu_ _- _ .R:;
... and does not confine his readings, to I and, /good: judgment, work as a more happy birthdays.. I : night a large number of and Enriching: the bl,,H l.| When you feel IIrnom" . .75
I the Apocalypse, exclusively, his conscience ;" lend when necessary and care nothing -.--- young folks, as well as old assembled Its strengthening, invigorating: effect, see lIutl'lU' harness. .17.50 22.50Hridles :
''Ji' must develon nt the same rate for inclement weather and late : FSS.1: 'I at the home of Mr and Mrs. f i}. M.Bennett how it brings color to the checks and how . . __ _ .. 1.83: 3.05:
'.. I' ns his vanity diminishes. If so, then hours If the track demands. extra and enjoyed n go-nwnv: \party. It Improves the appetite you will thenappreciate Coos and Saucers 1-01t 1.x0: I'r
may the Lord 1111m..rl.'Y on him, for .. ork. On him as much as any other Theressn. Sept 19.-R..v.! John The young folks' played' n rItllm"' swhile its! true tunic value Plates - 1.00 1.50 a

his remorse. must be terrible, and a olllcinl depends the safe running of :Mullndy filled his regular appointmenthere the older folks sat and talked ORO\E'S TAbfiaXSS Chill TUNICis Bitch (',.rn ::4h..ller.: _ 3.::;)
while listening. to the splirfidid music.
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trial nt the Christian church Sunday. not a nKU.Unt. ,it i U
and judgment before the trains; he knows his responsibility patent simply
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proposed Later :Mrs. assisted bvseveral
:Mrs H. B. Weest and children, of on Bennett.
1PON and UUlMXi: : supeiuleii, \' \ in Syru, .
r: tribunal could not mnke his and often sacrifices well-needed rest served,
Hnmpton spent the weekend herewith of the miles the s'ip- N) pleasant even thiUrtn like it. '{1''. We have .the lag-
'i- condition worse. For, no matter how to assure himself that his track is all her sister, :Mrs. A. L. Sullivnn. per. Instead, of chicken pilau pork !fOld iiHt-dsCjiunme to Ka.fyit nut! TR( ',

weak his character, he could have op-" right. Only nwn of much intelligence :Mrs. K. A. Gaines, of Tampa formerly and rice and othor delicious "eats were to l.uruh: it. J llicte reliable loi.i. >: I rI< ,>-
'. pIt'd measures. he did! not approve of anti| integrity can fill any of the positions :Miss Ruby Bennett is visitingher enjovedt' n Ipte" hour th-1 irnostsdeparted .rtiinever fail fu drive out impurities\ r: est line of stoves in
I h'. and have had! the sntisfntti+on of mentioned and perhaps it Is on parent :Mr. and :Mrs. <1. :M. Ben for their ii'.pi-i'five homes, the b'oixl!

j having done so, even if his opposition account of these very qualities tlT.it nett. bidding those who were nroiii",, to lentogood'ivi Thi-R'r! 'ntlth-Creiiiin! r'o".r of (dRiilr. .< town prices $15 to
Was futile. Nero went into history asa they have hitherto asserted. them- Mrs. W. A. Jones. J. L. :MoEwen, and*'! uishing them "nII'I"I, <. T\'II.Lr:: Chill IONIC bu mad- ,

... cruel 1 "l'IIPOtVilhelm; will bo recorded sieves very little to ,gain: more reward 'Mr. and :Mrs. H. r E.,; :Moorer were The farmers of this. station are oho fuvuriie toiii'1 in tlioiuands of h1 .
Hut whenever among the visitors to Hampton Sat about through: hnn-ojifng tV-ir corn More! hen t!>irtj-l'\e >i'irs u,.' i I.. .
) I' ns a proxy for cruel despots they do they will have
' urday. I and' are letting their hogs take thiadvantage would r I I") n t '''nti ili.iiini' e i i let *.'' '\ : $75.We
.. as an "engineer who hoist by his the oil-wishes of the I'lIt.liwith
J' was Jim Phillips\ Sr., :Mrs.. G. :M. Bennett :, of the peanut crop TASTrLKV Chill :sO.MC "h.'p i. a'j
own petard.! hem. and son. Arthur, S. Woodnrd, ''I :\h'. ii'-il.. :Mrs. its ..it- Ph "ro," nr member of their family hud Mnl.iri.i: '

(C. Sullivan .1. W. Batten were attending visiting his parents.. needed n body-hutldir.g.\ ,! strenCth-Aivi'! I 1.tonic. 1.
r 1>KI'I.OR.BLKMany : I j I iiir.m.AM" to business in Starke Saturday. I --. -- --- #The formula Is just the .(time today -

I' Miss: Florence Hall returned home Six big army trucks t have been conspicuous and yuu can wet It from any drug your business"I
r 'It t papers in the state find them- highland Sept. 19.-Gilbert; darker: Thursday from Waldo, where she has on I tike City's I streets. The- I store. ROc pr bottle .. ,






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FRill_ A y. SFPTEI8F.R 19. 1919. HRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: ; STAKKK. FLORIDA _ _ __ 1
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Fnm.\Y. SEPTEMBER 19 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER: 20 1'1'1-11! : ; \ Y. :sIl'rFlhtlR; !:: 2-: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: 26 SATURDAY, gEPTEMHKR 27

Theatre \-or milIviiHilny. 1 ..' ii m, hi'M nhowH. .... ihni Alice 'JoyceUliuK tiimk-., UNIVERSALPKK8ENT3 PRISCILLA DEAN S
.d l Iii. MI\, ..1t.\l.I K\I.1I .ft.
Monroe >
HARRY[ CAREY in Salisbury ; 1.t.,l(... (''inn<' lirilTith' LUt-mif IM\V.
1 EMI- "III...".. nittl. Hurry T, Morry Sotniof IN ft
.. Th-i- .
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to the flstIioioty 1h. ir )Int.* fiiitunn II. "Th.*
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in HUGON: TilE MIGHTY in.tiim; .. DM i thi" dnrtlt; Wall Look HUSBAND "
.. Offer.( ROPED I ( our show on 'FUIH- THE WICKED DARLING SHE: HIKED: A .j
lil.'U'i iM
th I".h'r-
U'4.i, rd if the'djcn. am if h,' spoke to rtu> conflict of ft mtirhty man unit 11 clever 1 foi .t h... eli luU nhiini'Hwits
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AT i 9 p. m her. woman : IA! > n whiR - .-.- -- -- 1 \
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K. F. Stump returned home Fi'id.iy boin at (;iai in l i 1 '.

from New York, where he went to I lie I neived on t the ;Ll""IHII1-lh"-lIl1".on'l .

buy a large bill of fall and winttrmeichandwe. when' war was !
lie was in the city when United States in'my 001-1
[ Bits of Local the great celebration in honor of General mand of tho 5th Supply! Train of

Perching took place, and had the .Mil li\ iMion. I Ho saw II year's active Horctuinod I To Be WellToDoIs
service IIn.1'a... severely gnsciod.
pleasure of seeing the general riding
l I about three ,
tn this country j
at the head of the parade.
InformationCol weeks ago The wedding was hasteneil [

w 1 on account of his limited. fuilough. i.
Those the dance at Waldo
to attend He expects however to get his thischarge a matter of avnKpart! of what you make.A .
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k:11: ,_ I 0.. r. .. 3sM.i JI Monday night were, Misses Florenceand from the service at Fort I

I 11'PWt/N.. is. ... c._... T_ ..JI'mmettelattht'wA: Kathleen I 1'odge' la, and retuin to civil I.e. wise management of your present day finan. I :
Alvarez Preseott, I
and Aileen
Uladys:
will take a throemonths' cial interests has do with fut.
M inni., RessL-nt, :Mr. and :Mrs.. =N'ntSteinberg. The happy couple everything to your S

_ _ _ __-_u-__---,_ ___-'" .. Messrs. Powell Carpenter! trip I through!homo tho middle at Topoka.! west ure. People do not become well-to-do over-night. V
bof">ie making their
1. Fail Middleton. C. K.: Alu-rn W. 15llaixarcl
i J. l. I'oppell spent Wednesday :t-ani KosrnlioiK., ha1- shipped a pi'eat !, 11111'01.1VIIII., Kirk Lewis Owing to the short notice i only a few They must build each day a little for tomorrow. 1

I'in i, faniih and friends were present. '
hen' to his "Itei! Hive Store" in Green Among I them wen Captain ISolchoi's I A bank account is maintained to conserve their
I 1.\ ilu\\n COM, >> this ueek.Mrs. The portion of Orange street north aunt. :Miss M. J. llelihor, of I
to
.i" i n' ui .l Ituinvayille pungs of Cull street is. now almost closed for funds and to provide a written record of income
[ Thursday to visit relatives. --' -'- (:nrrlsoii> nnd llIl1hallll111'11.; : Thomns .
---- ----- : K. I II. Pioetor has returned to traffic by thicket of Cherokee1 rose thisi and Millmilton I I i daughters of and out-go. At the same tim, their acquaintance 5
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l' ,iMixiii,' and Georgia Kye Seed. J. her homo in :St. Pctersbuig. after biivhiw growth end cut other down growth.the roots grubbed Bishop I Hamilton. of tho I Oiocese' of at the bank a valuable assest?..a reserve
was ,
I weeks with her sister Kansas>: :Mi. and Mi' J. I L. Fiaxc",
I' I K kin i r. It. spending\ ('rn ;
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.------- :Mrs. George 1"'. Scott. up and a IIIY'l' of salt sprend over :\11.11.1.I I .\lvaio: :'. of Florida. grandmother l- for times when honest information and advice is .!
the place, there would bo Mo moretrouble. Mr. 1111"11'I : .... F.Itogcr. l .
\ little -.on was born to Mr.: andloll' ------- of the bride; wanted or when credit is needed to carry out

| 1 .- I s.l.: 'uvr on the Oth inst. I.ittlo ;Miss YiiinitiVook.s| spentthe \ Mi-. Jink Siott, :ti\11'V.. A. thenplans.. \
-- -- past week in Jacksonville with her : i ld'I'I"1'I I .- Slot'urn. 'ii II'''. I 1) p.
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grandparents, Prof and Mrs...; T J. James Kn-kliter Il'ftru..I". afternoon I IhilTio. :Mi.ss i I lUitfic and, a few others.
n. W. of Graham adVance
.Suireiuj was a : This bank makes specialty of helping to
.%Heath. for He-Land whore he will bo a I Piii-akfnst\ WHS solved at tho 1 HotelIiolmont. "
t-tarke
" '1'n" to Monday.
I student nt Stetson llniversitx' dm'ing I: Manhattan: i after which the (financial interests of its depositors.

Allan. uinl Levy Canova spent the 'I ;\I-! ;;:! :fuI':: : :, Wilson and Mr. ''tlw coming term. Besides those al- ('lIpln 111 ami :'or'l ". Holt'her loft for .

las J aekrioiiville.Apples mid Mi"Ko! *i oe' :Mi'l.ain motored to ready mentioned in the Telegraph the C'hiuigi' Montla
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following Bradford county young: im : > a
Jacksonville Monday and returned are too large for facilities and too small .
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sih'iol Alton! her
will leave shortly for : for ton Miss I Frii/ee announced
Guavas and Celery. J. 1KI'klllm' '. home the same_ day.: ___ \ (Canova (;Jury Ennis of Sturko. ITniersitv engagement and intended,I marriage. too have our appreciation and careful attention. ,

It. I \' of Florida; J. E. Maine's: Caspor -, Those "present at the tea wero :\iI r. and
well known
J. S. Howard, the turpentine .
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I Duncan Lake Butler University I Mrs. .J. I I.. l FI'II7."I'11.* :\ vs. l n. I.. Alvarez,
Dukes
and farmer of
Best grade llleachin 1 3ard. station operator business ,visitor to I of Florida. -. 1 ii oil :Mrs i A, I B I. Widdoioinbo' ?iI r.

[ wide 2;) cents \urd. Stump's. was a ----- --<,---- l1\1r. C:, Mr and Mrs. .. .. . .
Stm'kt' \Vetlnel!, ,a:;. :Mrs\ _i K: !F.splin, . r.. A .. Y.V I" . AtSAIN& . I" .
----- A class in methods of organi-/ R. Buck\ ;\i i-, and Mis.; .J. Marriott! ,
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0 E. II. Gowing of Hampton, was a C. E. :Munhec who is engug.'d in work for young l'l'oplVII.. conductedthis :Mrs. W. Clln11'14.. : R. W. Collins. I

[business' visitor to :SUuke. .Monday. house. building at Pablo lieach, is week en<*h night under the auspices the :\1\ 0451'S Sheppnrd' :Miss noroth.'a'h'Cl'ecry S
I Y. U. the Baptist :\ Miss Bossio Russell and I'" I Bank
spending a few days with his family of the B. P. at Growing
:Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones have ro- ill btarke.::' church. Those taking the courses (;. :McCioery.Mi ... W. A. :McCroerypiosidod 1
{turned home utter u visit to Atlanta. were Mr. and, :Mrs O. (n.! Cooper at the tea table.
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Miss Naomi I Diggs left a few
Fred Chase, the blacksmith, has jig U for Tampa to resume. her duties Thomas Ruby Mao I'll I'pl'lI. Ilessio YUl'kVnl'll.l i l 111'11.1..1.V".I under..
[ been remodeling his shop near the do.I'ut. as a teacher in the Hillsboro High I Oubose Messrs. 1I01'IIceVilslIl1 and, ::,05th:: i ling ( nptnm; BeleherV hri.I. ,
World'sstaff "
this week. School. Blanc'hard Law. daughter of .1. 1 I.. Fru/.eo of
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Guy Prescott left Monday morning Special prices on nil Ladies: R. U. Parmenter of the Watvroak Beneath: the colon,* of the :30.1th Infantry .

for Atkinson Gu., where he has ac. Klords und Pumps at Stump's. section, was in tOWIi a few days; i\rm< : :Miss Miriam Allan BradfordFnrt'O
1 cepted a position. i and. made a fine report of the condition daughter. I of Mr'1 and! IIlr>4. .J. I
t of strawberry plants in his vicinity. L. FIII/OO ..f New, BriRnion, S. I I., and i

Supt. and :Mrs. K.; H. I'onpull and I A.J.Weeks K. Kickliter and family have returned and |,jL. He says that the prospects for a dipt. Tin lor It-Ichor{ 'wore marriedvfstcrila.v
and family
in Lake Butler ' in Cnr-st Church, Newllrighton
children spent Thursday good berry yield were never hotter '
home after spending some time at
thefull by tho Rev. Duncan I Harts '
but that the acreage i in not up to
their Kingsley lake cottages. the :tor) th Infun-,
I standard. of some former seasons Brown Chaplain o >
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Rex Cotkburn of Winter Haven ia It is. not too late to plant berries and try. 77th Division. '
visiting the Law family for a few Caspar. Duncan, of Lake Butler of more farmers in the Starke and Lnw- Tho. lercmony was performed in thepresence We wish to thank our many friends and patrons .
in Starke the
spent Sunday guest of members. of the family
days.T. out nt least a
George Bradford White. Mr. Duncan is another who tpy small lfectionlloul,1 patch.. Everything put indicates nit.I II few frii'n.Is only and the bride for the liberal patronage extended us. We

S. Williams made a business trip county young man that prices will bi good next und! bridegroom were unattended
will to Gainesville to enter now I announce daily arrival of fall dry goods notion
to Jacksonville the early part of the soon go: spring. ('apt Lh.lcher. who I is, on leave of absence ,

week. the University of Florida. _n __ was m command of the fith Division and ready-to-wear. A new line of wash dressesfor
lIe
Train in Franco.
Supply
Lucile Johns went down to Hampton Haw son Davis spent Tuesday herewith Now is the time to buy Ginghams was horn in (Jarrison, N. Y. Mr. Fra.oe Children, Misses and Ladies, suitable for
his Mr. and Mra. J. R. 'hildren's School
parents for the the bride's father has long been
relatives / ,
for with
last week a visit
and friends. Oavis, and Wednesday for Charleston Dresses. Ginghams; 25 cents a a nh..1' of the I legal I staff of The school and out door wear. S
where he will continue in the
I yard at Stump s. WmM.After.I.
ii employ, of Swift & Company. the Our line will show
New line of Men's Soft Felt I a wedding! breakfast' at a saving of about 33 1-3

Hats, $ i.30;) to $ I.I()( at Stump's.Mr. I J. T. Wills Jr., and family of .VLUKRT: IIt'HOIIKI'l'Hoi-:; : : :S;
- -- I Jacksonville are guests of his mother Albeit I Dubose ;mined i in :StinkWednesday : the.. will I rn to "Foit Dodge) ., la.. whereapt.
. \. uiul :Mrs. I'aul E. Canova and :, on Pennsylvania avenue. :\1 r. Wills> from Cump' ( ,iriloii, ia.; < a Belcher expect0, his. discharge The store with the line you wish to buy.

, Paul K", Jr., motored to Jacksonville 4s temporarily disabled on account of where ho received his discharge. Siiiiehi' fioin. the I army.
last week uiul spent. several days. i sore hands from vine poisoning. joined the armyr\ > sp.ntleveri . - --- Special agent (or Sweet Rose Flour.

-- -- I months in France and Germany nndis A i.MS'i: \ CHIMI"l I : I i-:

Th. Custm drug store continues\ Attorneys A. V. Long J. E. Futch I glad to bo h.imtiagi in. While away:
do [Iu moss undi i the management of and 1 1). K.: Knight had buqin' ss befoie liP dossed Fiance ill several l dire, ,'- : 1. J. F. lii Mil! i I. who hnmlles nlmot THANKING YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE

\\'. :M. Turn.-r.. _. 1 Judge Wills in Gainesville\ Tuesday. tions ami. saw the most noted cities the entire guava I tnnlo i beio. otio I ;'
- -------- JUI Wills returned to Staikc with I there. While in Germany he was stationed day last week found thet In, was overstocked -

Mrs. W. B. Harvard spent severaltla them and is spending a few days near C< lenz, but had occasion with the fruit t Ib'it bus a better

ii of this' weed III VV'altlo with her here. to BOO" a good deal of Western Ger taste than it has odo >. and brought
parents., Mi.. un.1I... A. Jolly. I I many. :Mr. Dirfioso carried with him n couple of crates to h s home to he GRIFFIN & JOHNSStarke j

-- -- - T ,\. Itnnson. of Fiftono has moved homo a good many mementoes from converted! into guava j.'II'' 'rh day !

Fresh. ( ar.lei. :';,-..,.1. J. I'. Kickliter. I his family to Starke to have advantage overseas, as will( as pictures ho hud after, while at home. In. needed. n

of our excellent school facili taken with his Kodak. He Is hale and large pan for some pur] 'o-e, nnd while

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and daughter, tics. They arc occupying the An- hearty nnd has a soldierly bearing hunting in the kitchen f." one. found :

:Miss Kiithhou. ., sient| yesterday ..hopJiintT ilrc.s lesiidme on Cherry street and his many friends. are glad to a two-gallon pan full of a hot reddish Florida.'I'I

in Jill k-nlivillo. __u_____ __ uoleomo him i home. liiuid.] Thinking that .it was only :
- _m*.*, im i I water that the iti had been J'
gum
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Geo. O. Jacobs cashier of the Cit. was in Starke Wednesday renewing :TT.CLOWER; ( washed in, he poured it out ill the '

1/.ens Hank of I Kaiford was a business in' quit ntan es. :'01 r. :McMurry: for- yard and wont off with t I'M-' empty pun.
MMtor to S la ike Tuesday. merly lived here and his many old :Mr. Krsliino: Calvin Scott and! Miss Soon after he was st utlod! by criesfrom of'
-- Clower wero quietly his colored coo1'" who cri.I'hllr's : "
- - - fi. lends weie glad to greet him. Flora Lydelle
Men's Un's Shirts: 7.* cents --r------ married in Jacksonville Saturday; "\\ me jelly? O' Lordy! ""01-

to $2.50 at Slump's.Itov. \\'e are closing! out our line of I September l.'tth:! in the presence of a body done stoled!" Upon a whole inquiry big pnn Mr.ob ., HfCIIWQOG1CIO I

-- -- -- Ladies and Children's! Mats at few friends. popular young guaver Kickliter jolly found that what IK' hud taken
I N. T. Kintr. who is farming on !)fc; cents! each._ HtUrr.IIr. )'/". I TI1I'O"111-Hae-al is. a very he was conflCetd for dishwater win guavn jelly, 1
N,.u* River; was j in town Wofhesdavith man For years L. .
; Rcll.u with the Starke Telephone Kx- ready to no poured mt> giaxsoHThe a
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\\ a lot line corn to \ and l Iwrs. .\. .... Adkins> unit f'hil-I himge, then joined, the army to fight "tableau" that f"lInw.,1a<4 .
------ -- dren motored to GamnsvilU; Monday, I the Hun, He leturned to Starko rclentlv composed) of a penitent men bant and
1)1', J. C. Wills Kft :Monday for lixim Tuc"tlaVhill' in with the disconsolate cook.
returning but nf'ei" a short stay a
Ch.iilestun, whoic* Convention.Ruth he attended. the Gainesville: they were guests nt the : telephone' e\h nge here, accepted a I .- i
Seaboard Surgical homo of :Mrs. Adkins' mother Mrs I position with the Southern Bell Com- NOIICH"' ': 10( VEI!ICIfXNS: /
-.--- ---- M K.: Edwards..: Jacksonville., His bride is
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and Joseph. Poppell went to I' from pliny Mississippi, a daughter of !Mr. According to a tetter received hv l ) -Wi C. .Jones a

. \VorthmKton. Springs Wednesday to Mr. and l Mrs. K T. King and children and Mrs. !Simeon,; Clower. She Is a Adjutant S. F. Morgan of the J. J.

visit relatives. Krnnres! and Eugene, highly educated and accomplished Dukison Camp from th"",. in charge
--- ---- to their homo in Atkinson returne"1!'; yourg lady having been a teacher in : of the arrangement' for the Confederate
It :Miss Edna Epperson: of Lake Butler I she i reunio.i
clay While! her they were guests of a well known college. At present Veteran :' in Atlanta on IIlrI'\lr
1 was a Kiiost Sunday at the home their pnr..nt.Ir.: and ;Mrs. S, J. Prcsrott I, fills to full satisfaction the positionof October 7th-10th no sin or giandson
of her uncle Shl'l'llfV.. J. Epperson.Mrs. home demnnxtrntion agent for of any veteran is ent'tled to ,special C "

..---- I Bradford county It is hoped that lutes unless h,. belongs loI society "
: Alma McMillan: and son Merrill events will so shape themselves that entitling! him! thereto. This seems to
returned Saturday from V l losta, Prof and :Mrs. S. S. Dowlmg are we will continue to profit by her valuable hi in ,.",,111, with rules on the identilt -
where they have boon visiting friends.. "xported to reach Starke today. Mrs.: ".services. The Telegraph joins .ition i eititiciitebut. ,Ifi". ruling

Howling has spent tho Hummer in TalInhassee the many friends of Mr. and :Mrs I >..5, nir. h> i." mail" bv' I he government

Miss Eva Epperson: a teacher in wIth her parents and Prof !Scott,; in wishing them a happy pun. I M i ..i|1'.- all I others I
Howling has been Nashville taking -
the week-end in
the Waldo school spent l:fv through life. I
in Starke with her parents :Mr. and versify.a post graduate: course at the uni. -- IN"v K; (' /; Oi.k.s,, wit in the _...._."" """"" .............._.mm."" ._..
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Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Martha IIKLCIIKKrKAXKKWo .: : : I r: .. :yi tonlii':' fi, m I.uki, t'itv. .
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and Sweet Rose Captain S. A. Bryan has gone to Islandei. Rrooker l-'la. 0-19-Ht.
Washington fromtheStaten Lewis. ,
I clip horse.! waifon harness
and Pillsburj. Flour. J. .I. Kickliter. Chicago railway roadmasters to attend a from convention all parts of the following, 11I"'I'.tll1' account or '..CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING/ ler, Mtovo, guts jars" bottles plows, bench lum- .

1 hI' wedding of a hand"om anil talented TOK SAIi--Praetieally pure bred ladder step ladder and
of the The will other
) t'n'sloJkey;\ Skhi Work have under country.consideration convention manY matters young lady loon In !Stark'; ,,,iil. l. Jersey hull. seven months old. Sir1 IIKpflll IhlMlfH for the many farm and
who has SHveial iolati\es her.'. If i registered, dam line milker. The home..
Shoes Sl.T1!* at Stump': of imnortanco affecting the rail A. Fru'denbeijf, 'J mile
mother being daughter of the late I I'owell-Smith Co. Starko. It. ,
a : ni.itlieii.it of SLit rks.. .
\\trackage of the !) i 2-2t.
Mos;ii. ..J.V.. Andrews. 5>r., and P.W country. Sheriff: I>. L. Alvarez and a sister of ONB ( ES r A WOH WOK KAC II 'IHII'K. . - --- ___ H_ __ __ ______.._
II AIIVANCKitv
Alvarez are expivted to be horn" :MosdamtM M l\Vainwrip-ht. l'a'l ,, \ .rtt.*...CASH.".. !,ii.*.r1rff uM.lrr lh). head FOR I SAU-:-My: blacksmith sho|' inStark. FOIt' SA r.F,1'111"1': known '
Hot Springs. Ark., the first of K.. iind K.: K: f'ai'ova, and M"ssrs ,1 ftxiMt. hf tiaid In .4'.nr.'. Vn .d.erti..m.nt ... Contains: all tho necessary Jnflls; as ol.l Enoch : -
from W. nri'l J. M. Alvarez: I.., ant l.rrtl..n 1 ."., .nt fur I... than 2S t loolx and appliances. and has a trooil "pliuo, just! south of lnw-
week.The
next ;\Ii.I !Mirinrn I'ra/.oo only ilauirh- -- -- --- --- - tcy. r.7 airf m iili. alf tinIer
i tin of eustom. J. F. 'olley.: !'J-19-tf
many portions ','r "if ;Mr. unit :>Ir<. J. L. ...rll"..... of \\. \ TIIIF'H: ty hind ..f hogs to stork proof win fpllI'esar.; !} acroimproved .
of grass on IS YOUR LIFE .
growth thick a<4 to ('''i i tleton Pink Now Urisrhton.: *atuarr'dl f'11 tin onh'uii" '. C. A Bishop, ; I 17 bearing pocnn treoij! ;
of the sidewalk". is 'so in pools. qui'tl'a .. on Monday: I mornir"; i "' Hampton Fla It. FOR SALE-Berkshire pigs, sire food tw k*>op the rainwater standing INSURED? at f I 1":11! ) o'.i..t'l in th" champ! of Chrnti :Melton Forest 9th. No. "'VM: ; dam outbiiildmifs; good water; land hn1 .

Clean off jour sidewalks! hnr" h.to. Captain Tavl r JI"lchl'r."r W.VNTF.D--Six goo<| Urge oxen, Anien'H Betty 2W.ll: ; farrowed K'io'1 natural drainato. O l II. fjod-

,,-__ F T"J"| 'a. hOn Captain B"lcher ij' must. he wll b'-oke Brny fin..., April 7, 1 1919! ; price, suws, $20 ; _win, . wtt.y. Fla. 9.12-it.:\ '/

ASKEW' ,TREPRESEPJT THC ::i .m 'in old New York family. and] litip'int., FIn. !-12-2t.. bnars lift each, or :3 for $.">0: J. L.Hnrrt'll. .

!IjOFFlNS Sapp, Fla. 9-5-31. TATT1: I-OIl SALE. .: AT AtJOTIOM I
And a full line of MUTUAL LIFE INS. ''''Ii''I I'ItIf'1'ft7! Wednesday.. October I I
'nn SALK:"-Three brood sow, with! 1019

S 'Jr.'lprtakers! SJDIl11i'' CO. OF N. Y. THC? n Vrriirrenls! ?nri Tcir.bsfcnes! "igs 2 to r weeks nll I; also 12 shnte'tKinllsl..y FOR SALE-Larie dark bay horse; bidder will sell all to of the highest ami best
stuck cntMo. Snipwill
\utnmnhilr llrir..<>. lake road. G. C. Cady. sound and gentle; work anywhere; my
S I S. M. TRIGGERS) Lake Butler X oM open at in) o'luck. Hvorvbo.lv:
OLDEST COMPANYIN Ig 5-1 5-tf. years ; priest $la.:; Knqulro S
';wu.1> hand Th.v..t..t 'er Mall Invited. J L; MOUJCnuilf..rl! ,
,. . manager Hope 2 1-2 milo*
.' Agent for flu. 9-12-St.) : :!
the lowest priceSJ p" aft of Hampton.
a
'nra THE U. S. ;. W.VNTKIJ-One or two fresh much 9-12-31. --- ,
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att.Ytlfl' : V"ldoata( Marble Works "ow.Vrit.. I.awronr-o neveloo- FOn SALE My Ford roupelet 1917
\V\-TfU-Four: : good Mark
I ..; I II Yf'"rs cf mont Co., Brooklyn: Fla. 95It* for **inwprt model! llrlnz-Sprmirfield[ : sturtlnt- :.
. Pl E'1halmer: ;; Satisfactory eer. is cypress" timber jfoo<| location. 4
jos. r. WILSON Transportation furnished t reliable lighting system with) \V iltard! stor- s.
ice-Latest Designs to elect !''(OK SAM'! .In town of BrooVer 1
it ,.'. I nIONES ; racy Bray liros., Dupont. Fla. age battery; mechanical condition >
f from. loomv tworv dwollinjr. 2 lots.ifnring !9-ia-2t. good, run only BSrtO; miles To make
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fruit
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SALE
- --Good plow and driving Stark, Fla. 8-) :.!"J-tf.! *a

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ItRADFOIU COUNTY TKLKUKAIMI. STARK E. FLORIDA _; : 10.rnrriiH 1't1t '
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t McKae and two little daughters are

visiting Mrs. T. K. :Stokes:; of Waldo

J Bradford Cou nty Farmers this I Prayer week.meeting I at the, home of II.

: M. :McRuc's Sunday night wawell at -

tended.MIKM'.S.

):'Ir : I_ _ -:-;I Ii"-- : II,,,,i , \ IN: :.SIITK.MHKKiiisT ; : ; nod, who otherwiseo da)'. I Louise AlcUue I: returned home Siiinliinf.cr \ ,, .
; IuN'rII roit HATriiixr.l'li'iuln ; VMM;, mlier JJ-JSi: !I 'p' .Mrs. Will Ward und father were II pkiLsant' visit with relutm, 'Ii s ..itWaldo

5 \\ ':Id not attend, the fair.i visitors I Worthington Friday. and Gainesville.: They wereucLompamed I

"S hUM alwn> done suine poultry - + - Clyde Ward of 1'me, 1 Hill], was in home by :Mrs. T. K .

&.' IHI" hang in tho early autumn siT\K Kiimvnus nncr.ivn: this suction Friday. Stokes and I children s and I Jim Thom.i..i .

". ,months.; September )has been 11 favorite .Mil rKIiiJ.\L. ) r.OVHKSMKNTM () : ':: ; Arthur Edward and sister Miss of Waldo. ,
.. I out ( ;leorgia. wile visitors to Hrookvr on 1'layer meeting will "be held at the
! S month to hu\i- tinrhirk.s i'">me :Monday.Mo.ssr.s.. home of 1'. 11. liryaiu Sunday nigh a package

. , of the -hell. . '': \ 1 enenii whiih I would have jvinuiitlly : I U. A. ;Newsom: Seeber. You aru invited to attend.
1"S : Klonilu needs mtm' eh itk&nM riRlHioff I : done! great h-irm: in Florida] hasiH'i'ii'forbidden ..w"ol11. Clayton] Scarborough .and Frank Bryant and Arthur :McRac 5c

I ; There were liatihed' fewer" lust :, ]landing on the shoresItfcausc .1. I H. Mills, of Sturke, were guests of were guests of E. J. McKue of Waldo, before the war5c
J sprint? limn usual] iin.l l the supply of IS i Florida is destined eventually C. II. Newsom: Sunday. Satiird.iy' night and :Sunday.:;

'.J 1 older hens i Is lower than for *..vera/] / 0 be one of the .great sugar raising Perry Newsom and family of Ora-: --.- ---+- -'

t I' yearn. You muy know this n tntes of I the union in which the exiii.rl bam were guests of his brother, C. II. Rifles will be provided by the war.
for live : and for the studu'iits of the
cause of what you have to pay of the federal dopartment of agvlei Newsom Saturday Sunday. department
LL and this month IIH well Mrs. .1. V. Edwards. is on the sick I I. ort .Myers high schools who will
I poultry I-JCRS ] because they
: biickyardHanil ; '!Mure t \ arc interested list this I week. take military training this year. a package
aa from what you! siv in believe, that a domestic supply should -- A ___________
, I 1 Florida, bus too few ]laying |
r farms.: I". encouraged this quarantineiuniin CLAY II1I.K 'I 1 HE ;Mosnrim( is .'tl'OVElU'LiL
will remain -
I during the
lu-ns, right iu.\v. KKIW war1c
,
I' : I '-t the mottling disease of "sugarnine ENEMY: !

I. I scarce I thruuffh! n chirk<>xt prin)the t cornlug un-- i < nf.ltn] importance to the] infant Clay Hill, Sept. 19.-E. H. (.. .iitcr

I lessv 1 <- hutch n lot of Industry in Florida.] and son weicin Jacksonville Thurs! Little I In.sec I TnkoN I lluite I Toll From

, ,/ m ,, months.: We! need not only During the past few yoars the disease day. fount ry

1 mult pullets to jfive UM eggs next has increased rapidly in tho sugar Farmers in this section arc busy

I' I year, Ioul/& lot of COOl cockerels to UMP ' plantations of Porto Rico Although 1- breaking corn and planting: -fall gar Scientists "hay that mosquitoes carijing a package(
our t.nhlt.S dens. the malaria other
: on n serious dise'ase has caused deadly and
t Tinoliler. hcim, now laying, willS .. losses in .ln\n, I Hawaii and 1 11. S. Starling and, I H. B. Hudson disease germs are responsible for

: irive! eirirs! that /nr- ]law in il'M. IIn.1' uther.\ i-mo) sugar-producing regions neither made. a business trip tp Jacksonville, more deaths than nil of t the wars since U NOW I

, mil, I ,,f luwe c-BriTH iotncInrjeo chick"!Iq of the malady its :Monday. the beginning of t s Isle.
the nor
cause Miss 1 Elsie Starling is the sick Their bite
I In fat these hens that lire I luymir in on is often adeadly as 11"lIttlt"nake'lI.
been I
has
. method of spreading ever list; thin week. .
best "
the
.'\nirunt and September are hens determined. The department of agriculture .1. Padgett I L. Wilkinson, B. I D. Ilj,' every method I known to mankind !

luyiniC hl'''". The poor laying began work on it as a war- Carter. Hardy I'u
9 the slackers of the (tlol'k. moult l'ul'ly.IInd ., emergency matter but will continueit S. J. and J. A. StaI'JinJ.r.11':\ and :Mrs. are trying to exterminate i them but FLAVOR LASTS
THE
f are doing little laying now. Using nil n "regular, ] activity. The substitution . I H. C. :Mosley were visitors to Highland this will rover be.Ve must protect
hens
. eggs from thes-i- wood laying of an immune variety, a I source ofwhich Saturday. ourselves against this pest. Hy proper '-
tends toward the prmluction of n flock! hUll been discovered will I greatly Richard l.ang, Kr., E. I 11. (Carter I l screening' und I by: a daily spray of

:S t that IH hitch. i in 'arajre egg yield.Si I. ameliorate conditions in Porto I Uico. Jim i (Carter Horace :- hu'lilllt.11'1: <. L. TORMENT: II",' house can he kept SO DOES THE PRICE!

: 'fti-mber. Imtrhod chickescape S. Carter and son. Clyde, :Mis. IlornCarter free of till mo-quitoos. TOUMENT: i ia in ,.
! be suIqt itutedwhere
t
: .\ rcst i 'lint \'AI'I..Iwill
II"i i.-ii ">f summer." jet: the benefit ; Barney Lang! ;Miss Janie Sapp gaseous vapor( ill which no dangerous
(lie ,disease is not causing serious and :'Mrs I David) Lang attended church insect live. It death to insects
,of niitunin' ) 1l"I1'" 'O4' and weeds 'and find can 'is
i m-i-iln aid insectsfeed to help'. 10"". Active investigations will at Long Brunch, Saturday and Sundav. but harmless to human beings.
I abui.dant. be made< to determine the cause of the (). Presrott C. H. Starling' IInlV.. Sold by druggists., general stores IIII
I. them. Shade I< i ill more abundant" disease and to develop methods of II. W. Carter were visitors. to Lawtey and! dealers. Thp price is :25!;; cents per
the st.n less hot, insect pest-i easier Saturday .bottle.. I Do)
11'1 t chi'kK' control. For this ,purpose, Kpecialistsof not pay more. :Manufactured
]kept under control. Start these the burenu (,t' plant imlustry will I Darling Austin and mother :Mrs. by C.. U. Williams Company,
at the beginning! on Home form of milk'M John} Quitmnn Ga. exclusively.. Adv 1.
.1 the greater portion of their Austin I left Thursday' to visit -
_L. .. _ ._ 'h. '_" ._ I.. _......... I spend : ___ ___ _ _
. 1"\1'\ i 'U.I, !g lye IIWI11 .i nUl"" .0<<' '" "" I 1 time in Porto Rico. An investigation relatives ac Plant City: returning .m '
from I he older, hens that are still III)"- home '
f,: J i 1 of sugar cane regions in continental] Sunday evening.
'BAYER
Provide mid cool] Messrs. W. II. W. and L. \ CROSS"ON .
j i og.( I u roomy coop) United States will be undertaken to :M. Carter

\ for their nights and, they should grow determine whether or not the mottling I attended church at Duck Pond, Sun-
the time of butching day.
from
right along -
\
disease is present anywhere and if it It.W.. II. Taylor of White House
and I should make better jrrowth ASPIRIN
should be found here, to inaugurate/ filled his. regular appointment at Long
than those of late spring. The pullets
I ; control' measures before it has gained ISranch church Saturday and Sunday.:
S will lay at an curlier i age I if pmpeilyfed
:Miss Jennie
headway. Taylor returned home
I J and housed.,I You never tried fall Saturday after
-- -' + ---- spending a few weeks
S i hatching ? Then (ret some (rood i'gir-< C.VIHKK: :: flitS VS !SOON" : ; AS in Jacksonville with her aunt. Always: Ask for Genuine

; under the first hen that foes broody. I DRY> AMI( snrcK TIIR E: \nS II. S. Starling was a visitor to Law-
I 1 If you have a small incubator and1, ,' toy Saturday. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"Only I

have experience with it, use! it in Pen Wilkinson and mother, :Mrs.Ceo. I
I (I place of the hen. I II i: Many, llriidford farmers allow their : Wilkinson, made a business
I -.-- corn to remain in the field too long. trip to Jacksonville Friday.
I I i It hould be gathered as soon as it !I" -- -- +.- ---- I,
""IWIIIT'EHS: ) > ; niMiKii, ; : 'io I-HOP-
j (thoroughly] dry. The longer it stays TO CANMNfND: ; / (pon.'IKY I
.. run' { ,\1m rnu( ) POTATO CHOP, in the field, tho more' (didicult the gathering CLUB M isi;: nits I II

especially if velvet beans are -
i The problem properly coring and] growing with the corn. :'Iloreov..r.th..l.t. I It I is time to begin preparations for

storage of the sweet potato crop has I will be considerable loss through (our annual contest tiny which will be Aspirin Tablets with the safe- I J37

S become of paramount significance, acI decay and infestation with weevils.In heM at Lnke Butler one day during ty "Bayer Cross" on them are genuine

4 cording to a "tlltL'II1I'nt"nt to tho order, to avoid, heavy ]losses fromweevils the county fair. The day will 'he :111nOIlOl.,1 "Ua 'er Tablets of Aspirin," owneo '

: state marketing bureau by the United during storage it i.s importntit this the' best lal<'r.contest Let in us the try hilltol'of to make and male, by Americans and proved '1n ,,,,' _____.. .____.. ..__.. __ _---- -r.
States department, of agriculture. It that as few weevils as possiblebe the safe by millions of people. Unknown [ ['i.liunmmiiU' lor Ihr Six' Month :
woik in Bradford county. Lt'm'ni.her : __ ___ __ ______ .
'wan further said : crib. If it is Sheriff anil di'putiwi." coot bill. __ . _un "r-
brought into the .stor that canning dub girls are expected quantities of fraudulent Aspirin Tab- toiitit v "iiiilui'* , roHl hillH ___ ___......__________________ 2 2 09IwitIc.
55 During the last f'w years the sweet ..,,1 l with tho shuck] m. many more weevils to have in inl.lition to the canned lets were sold recently by a Brooklyn] I of pence emit billsSltUIN .._______._________________ 938
f potato 'ro(1-oll\( of the most important will !hI' carried to the: crib. Furthermore \ I.IK -- -- --- ------.-------.--------- 60.00Sh..I1
> prod lets exhibit. an exhibit in dealer which proved to be 5
composed I commission on flnea collected __u________._____ jr ,IK
food crops in the south, has been if the corn I is, to be kept for ....winl-t''. The poultry, clubs of Ilrook- mostly of Talcum Powder."Bayer KipfOtnir priBoneral'u _.-_-___- __ ____--_uuuu____ v.n.i.IIS :
; so extendod in acreage and so in'I''II"- even n few weeks] it I is, essential Hint or and 1 Pine Hill will have. an exhibit I > <>t jtirnrrt in criminal) CIIHCBI _______hUu_____ :.5*, 1)0)
Tablets of Aspirin" should ,, .. ._____ __ __._
120.62
in that the of 'I lln sewing I"Ii-l I'f. ctll' '11* -- uu
S I ed' production problem I i it should be fumigated soon! after'gathering ( cunning and poultry. I will always be asked for. Then look for I Contingencies. __________._.________.__u____.____n______ 2U2.M' IN i
I ,properly saving and storing the crop and) if it is to be kept until ; i nil for record I books and l essays not
S lia become of .significance. I later than (><-t. 15. Please have them the safety "Bayer Cross" .>n the package t 1'Kliinr.Mi! March 31. 19ht _____n___________.______.. 'I.I
s paramount
t spring. at least another gassing ready.' FLOR GLOWER: :SCOTT.; and on each tablet. Accept nothing Warrant outotnnihnif. March 31. 1910P .____________.________ 100.10
I Indications/ that the out-
will be To do this
required. economically -
put of the current year will be as County I Home/ I Demonstration AgpntCUOSIIY else! Proper' directions and dosage ">l,n,,ltory balance -__.___--._______________.______________ 4.CK: I I
the corn should 1 be husked.! It -- --+ --- in each Aspirin package. DrpoBltory bnlanr. _n_-..___._._._______________________ 4.150.10
large if not larger, than any )previouscrop takes] four times as much carbon ,Ii- LAKE Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer :Sciip, ci>rlflU'I >il unit not iirt'tU'ntedOfpoflltiiry -- _..__n _u______________________ 36.40

, more than 100 million bushels,1and I sulphide] to fumigate corn in the shuck :Manufacture of Monoaceticacidesterof Ittiliinc'i.Dipimltiiry - ._ __ ._ _- ______. ._-_______.__________ 1,587.10ROAI
I hence it is recommended, l more urgently and it occupies twice as much space Crosby Lake. Sept. l--Mrs! ; :M .1. Sali'ylica'i-Adv", No. 126. ) FUND
than ever before that the pronucei8 husked, and requires twice n* ) Imlimcu del I I. 1018 u. _-'__'" -- .______.._._uu_ 1.6"2.66
as corn ---- Scrip ccrtilloil anil not I..nled] ____n.nn__.__..._________________ IK.n 3.1 1\\
pieparp )1'l1'OP"'I'ly lor me conervntion heavy a dose of gas: to penetrate theshucks. 1 --

of this crop. I This shucking is host done Outxtanilinx warrant. tOol 1. Ill IS ..u.u________ 61;

The loading swoet pta to (growing in the field! as the corn i.s gathered.' :" Report of County Finances I Net halanco Oct. I. IOU __uuu________ -3,6,1!1.1- ''
S states! \\hich annually dispose of their Hut if the farmer wishes to I save Ihhu..kll KvceipU fur the KU Month
1 at th," maximum prices are! From las collisMor taxmi n_____________..___-__.. 6.170.S4
trops for fodder the corn may be Bradford "rlm cnniptnilli'r. reuYmptluna. ._____________u___.____ I liD
t those that make an extrusive use of gathered and 1 husked, afterwards: butt County Period ["mm' ,'I.'rl.. ii'Tuild ...... ____nu______._____ 41.G!! 1.2':'; \

storage< housoa. KHiciont torn/if o ill a t the husk!'i and I corn should be stored Molting . ____ _______ __________._.__..._*-__......_._. 8. II< .:0
dimple method uht-icby the value of separately. The use of n husking peg I 1>lNhurM.im'nl* for thi. idle Mi>ntl',. ,
ti the Hweet potato crop may be inert'a- er hook will make the process ofshucking Ending March 31st. 19191 County. cominlMHloncrn for road Imipcctioo ..--.-._______ .114 no*
.if _
I'imt material-------------------------_ 974,35I'i
cil materially I without uddiiiK i very much 1)11) irk..r. ,| t: ", < i > mat riot to road camp _----___________...--____ Id.00
S greatly to the prodtiition .'Ul I I for the i pi-riod mhn Mnuli, I tNi I I'M t "'',ih tht' Imlimcea and omount of uiirriitii, ,outstnndintc l.ivv tnrk. cont. care and fottdmtf, ____...__.....__.____. 7H".IdF
Improvement of present, methods, i i-i cleaned. some weeks before the nl'w', ,,",1 A BtntimiDt of ,h., n-H4 .IN ..",1! ImltiliLu, ,*. nnd tin- value of n unt" > prnpi' ,rt>. t..r",1 ,Mclmol lath for free labor _--__.....__......__--_____..._______ 1.\lijIIOIl
particularly desirable in the South corn I i.s, placed] in it. This will !starve' ]I I I..r thi) eat llrnl..... nn,,,niv I an "n nurttd, I nn' the 311 dny of Mnrch. I 1'1'" l Ioy thi. 'lH nnl of county I l'i an'," !i>i foniicl ",,"..1.. etc .___--..... _-. ......nu__ 6:10.81:
where the IM either rushed the 'I I comni).n!<>n. La iind tin cUik, I of Ih.' cin.iiitc.mrt .U horcbl' .mil.lMi.! inr Iii* provitilon of I ..,..IIIIK and cure of convIcts ......__________.___.____ loss 87
crop on out the weevils, that may bp. hidden 1 rhnpti-r H"13:1 of the I.HU ,.f Horidn. Acu of U15. I "I'aymi'ntM, d I Heharirid convlclaI \ __________.______.___.____ 41.00)
market at digging timo when the in the cracks and crannies) If the I FR\TST: AMOS. Cmaplrolk'r. I In..ltory I I'IIM| inciirpoiali'd. town. __u_________.____________.___ 815.25
price in low or stored in outdoor pits i CKNMIU : I Contlniivncle __ __n_ _....____n______'__'--__''-_--___ 211? '16I ;.IL.( I
crib can bo built separate from thob.un l nlnnct.> 01'1. I I. I'M _:_ U\I1-, 1,613 M I I

.: or l bankK. where from 25; toi0/ percent 1 anti! on posts nt ]least two feet :]1: !Hrrfp c"rtII.,1* nnd nut presented ___ __-__ -_._-,_,.. ._.,._.. 4.1.60: 1.657.13 t tt I Net balmici. March :11. 1111"!) '_ ____-_____._____________u____-- 1 .to', .
of it decays, while that portionS above the ground and capped with nn :!t | Warrant oulplandliitf* March :'II. lultl ___u ____________n___-_-_____ :11\.10Dvponltory
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OutHtnndinxfurantn. Oct. 1. 1015 _- -______?_-_..._ .nu__. 55,5Nit
that remain I sound i- not of good,] inverted tin pan it will be much easler !|i bnlnncn Mtirch. :Il. 11HO\ .. __ _________ .1.111"Delano '
quality.In to keep' out such pests ns rats and'mice. i'1!, hn.nnco Oct. 1. 1018 __________...........____...u._ .. \1.11"1 '\' In dfpniiltorlnii ___-__ _ __ ___.-_--..nUU____........_.n...........-. 1,177.1
Farmers Ilullotin 070 speeinll4t4 Po not ,nuiUi- the crib larger ], Kt'ri>.lpt. fur *h_ SI' Month t i' Scrip certified and not prenonted ..___..-__.-.-._._ 19.76Oepotiltniy

describe in detail the construction of than necessary to hold, the corn 1'01"1| From I"ini tax'"' cnltrcitnr.cnll.ocl. lieenn tll"" --..1111111111111.1111.I 5.0:17,11 201.35: ballinci -_--___.._.__.__.._________________ 1.61)6.HI)
9 S a number of valuable! sweet potatoatorniro ns it la the size .of the crib and, not the Fimn::: 'itm''tn>i?tUr. rvik'Tnotloni!!I : ---:::.=-:::::.,.....,=:.. 3.41: I I>UT!\.NMNG: : Fl'NO;

houses uhuh muy be built of amount of corn in it which determines I 1 From rnmptrol| Ilpcnatn -.--.--,.,-.---....... 64741t t.i..oillt.ry biilnnre, Ort I. SOS. S -_ .- ___.- -____n__ __u. .__.___..___ 119.0B
; 1 wood brick hollow tile. cement I IS t Clerk rrrun l ---------------_____.____,..?___________-- fl.5fl ...18..8I I Scrip rprtldiMl$% and not p1', ..'uitt'l __._u_.___________________________._ 75 S19BO
or the amount of carbon di-sulphide! ] to

(!. : tone, the wooden houses. being proferable "' j'j'.J. Mafclnn -_. ----- -. .... Outatniidinu rnilmnd _.________ ____. __ _ .
. n. t.ippincott ( 0.. Philadelphia] I -------- ------------------ OHfl,20 bond. __ __ ______ 1, O.oO
tfnhuriirmrntM for the Six ManthatSalary OutiUndlnu ___. ._.___ .. ____ _____ -
; in most <' s-es.. For ,d-'tailed 1 cI- he ".....1. It will often be more economical : ;: rlvrk circuit court an munty auditor and clerk to the i j warrants Oct. !I. 1015 -_ ____ -_ __ J..7S.27 Z.52S 2

1li :S scriptions interested I parties' should' in the end t" build two small I i I county, c'mmiadlon'r.-------------------------------. . 918.18 I Net drllelt Oal. 1. 1918 _____.___.___.___________.___ 2.301.47
\, request copies of this | IVr lkm nnd mil .is'. "r county eomnit...ionm .__....... 269.10 Receipt fur the His :i1,1n13111From
; pnblicnti"n. ribs rather than ope large one. since "Pay of ohcrfiT fr ntt rJiinre on commlMlonvr' __-_ .---. S9.00 | tar...n."r.! taxe ..___n________________.._____ 012.:13:
; Fluids, and. drawing of sv\eet potato 'ill" can in the spring when one crib ';lurfr.. of Other Offlrrn and Emplnjrtriii From. "'"nsii| "..tl'r. n'tlemptlomMnkinu ._--_______._.______.___-- I. III"I'I ',1
( houses can be ",..'UI'fr.\ .... of chnruo i i! i Aitornt for county. commiMloners, .,.___.......-__. .... BB.OJ I .
/ has been, emptied cut In two the I I So'r\ l I"r of rietratlnn __ ...__....,..... _.. ,
113.00 __
from the - ? ? deflclt .___u________________________._____ 1.8918AI".hun.m.nta
J ; department and al-o] from, amount of carbon di-sulpliidi I Rrpniri to County :Hulldlnaii for th* Ell l ;Mnnthullnti .
ti II the state experiment station at necesjsary. I I i I I KtprnuM of I'l'lirt C'ounty I llnUMV nulldlmtat.Inn ___---- -_____,___---__--___.______-, 2Q.04 i >n*t on rallroml bond __u_________________.._____.__ 43.1J!

,\ t fiainosville.- -- - ; ;-- I I .I.iuht' l I..m fiti'l and and other wat.'a-Attendants. ., _,..-.-_.--..--_--..-.-.-.-..-.-_-.-.--.-.-.-.-_-.. 180.01 I I Nil, clellrit March :31. 1010 ...- ____.nu_-_______.__ 1.11541
- 130.63 ,
Ill.DflRI Tar t>( County Foort Warrant outitandlnic March 31. 1910 ....____ ____._._.________.__
: \ mml Nfl KHADV1'Allt l'IIIl'- 8T\IK: Iowan. > rnndo to nutatdo I Pallrond hon.U _ .. ___ ..._u_.____.________ nofl.no
Bradford. Sc-i.t. 10.-! T. I.Villis nafil i by warrnnla"'-'_'1''.PO" -_______of____poor__?-tiowi-_.__sad. 811.00I Warrant. outaUndtniT -__..._______........_______________ 1.113403 2.13411

..j. ------- nas a visitor to take hither Tue"ilnv.Mesdames Coroner' 1nu.Ia r|...... of, offl..... jurora nml wttnau.es .._..-....__._..._. 22.01 I Depository balance March .11, lOIS _______.___.. ________________ 601430 [
Jacksonville (*. II. Newsom, T. r. Willis ]-I Innnnitr InqulrfeviJ IIHAINAGE FUND I
, Sept. 10.-Rapidly repoaitoir balance Oct. 1. 19H ..._......__ ____ ,_ .
19
1 visitorsto f ii of ofTiccra and committee ...__....._.._._..._ ? ?- 160
buildIng additions to several of the and ..ll'nrlurl'llI': '' wore t 41 69 Warranln ____ _.. .
Stationery and, Printing i oulxtnmllnu Oct. I. lOIS ___..._._..?.____._? 11.0911.20
llrookcr :Monday. I ; Scrip outatandmic Oct. .I. 1818 __.___ _......__ ......___.. ..
k present structure now on tho !ground, Stationery and printing .............___...__....,_ IH.S 4 -- ? ? 8.00 0,00620
of the Florida State Fair Miss Teeil Unborn: was In Worthnurton Iterord bnok -----.--------.__._..__......-.._......_ 91.37
and Exposition "'ri.llInft..rnoon.. Advi' >rtliilnv' ......i..-" by law and paid for by county. .... 23a.6d Ni-t dnflcl Oct. 1. 18H -------------------.---------__?_ /1.8411 01
.
ill carrying out its recently'. ] '' Cnmmlawlon paid to Officer I HrcelpU for lh SIC MsnihpsFrom
l ; 'I': Mrs.!' N. G: I laves is visiting relatives 1.t, am ipor ..,,. tax coll.ttor Uien _?.._.__..__._._...._..._ 1.10..:
r t 1 new display] iiuarteiti the Florida' in Orlando! for a few day*. Tat col Ivctor--::::: ::::.-.-.-.-...---r-r--............., = = 1.UU: : I
State Fnir : ---- Lravlnv. diKcIUliihonrmrntt ..__._________________ .
F I-t and! Kxiiosition Association IMgar: ; :Murrhee was a business vlsitor .- RlwritT I Htneral court work ..... --- --- ?,,,? ., SS.Ofl .1681
Kxprntr: of elmition .:.. ::::...:...:...... = : I far the 8li Montklliimint .
i is" curr out its. recently Wednesday after- -- --- 26.00 .
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> IIIK to Worthington "It.pln.al chemical ______ ___.____ _,..... ( .. .n. i>.r tax Nor _______. .__ .____u_________ 1..1H
5) t1t. adopted building 1 prntrram with no'I' tat. fair ---._.----......_.....-..*.._.....-.. 600.106q.manaw.r IS ) 00 lntiri- in warrant __....___________________________ 899 70.11:"
S loss of time. The recent action ot noon.Mrs.: C. II. NVwHom! and :Mr4. T. T.. County il..>mun.trntlon$ agent ........................... luO) 01
i i! visiting in the Pine. Hill S Home ilt>montrat on aavnt. .....___............... _.... 2fl..C6 I Net deficit March 11. 1919 ______.____._________________________ 4.137.U
Willwere!
the .director of the fair to issue ho'iltIn '], ContmRenelea . .___ _.___.___________u_.____ Scrip (O"I'an.II.I..h' : 31. 1019 .__.__..________________ 8.004.73K.B8
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the sum of $ir>i> n u0' fur building .o.t 31. 1919 -.u ___..________ 4,147114
School openetl hero :Mond.iy under I Lenin bpni! .. ..._u_.____-..--.-_._...__....... t a i 07 '
hal been fully :ir> ' vod and ? i Depnalturir balance Mnrch 81, 1910 _._.___ ___, ..
purposes pr 'the management of Prof. Hayes. F.v-. Pr duplicate. ncrip No 31'84 In lieu of No. SJJtt -_______________ r IT.as u __ 10.74
ASSETS! AND UABltYfiEST
the will shortl! l I" tiIiblc
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money tt I ervone in looking forward to a sue- \,'t balance March 31, 1010XVHImm _____ _.__________________ !1 A....*
In the meantime work i.s t-.nni: ; ahead ,ressful term this year.Mrs ouutandina March 31. uu 1919 ...........________ 1.1I1I.33 > Balance earth In all fund __.- ___u_______._____.-*__.______ II.5MII.18
with all possible speed in rl"r that : C. II. New'om and :Mrs. T. L. I 71.811 J lTncollectd Snipe, current year ____.____u.______________________ 14.1111.20

" )1. All buildings may be in ,sha.e I Ivy the Willis visited the latter'a parents, :Mr.The [ I rvnotitory balnne March 31, 1919 -.-...-...____........_____._ 171202
'rip c.-rtillt-d and ..
not presented ,, ,, 33,309.98
opening! date for the fair November, I -. HalnncM ____...___-_..,..___._ __u-_.-_-.-_.--_-______M._-_--_-_- _*__?_+.* 1.6&3.32PcM.ntory 6960 Llabllltltt
22nd. I! .. AHrertisemcntThe Warrant otiUl.ndmx; lor eurr-nt enpenne* .-._._._.__________ $02. O
rti' t | bnlnnct- ..._Uh__ -......._ ._ ._____________. _... 1.712.02i Warrants outtandlnit t..t Starke Dralnane ...________________ 4039.64
This program Includes the btiiMintr ""lit advertisement! any me1'"n' -i FINE ASt) -? lni-rrt on railroaj bond. -..-----........__..._______________ 0110"0
of a mile race track, a gra ditand : ron have Is a natisrted customer.. I r,-p*>.ltory balance Oct. I. IUI8 u_...._.FOnrFITURE_.............FC\D.___..._. 63 705 Open scr p drainage ..--_.............__....__.._______:..____.._ too
with a seating capacity of &.nll'') pro- V"> greater rpl'omme".latll' ran been I 5erIp certified but nut pras.tit.d .....___....______.._.._. aS.'ilO 6.803.1S Ouuiandmg $Indiibtedne fund ....u_....___.___________________._ 1,234.02Total

pie cltirhousc a-.1. other trn-k facili .*,'' \' n. an:Milburn.,nrtWe than rrop.the. fo'lowin Gtiion'! Drug by j I Oiit tanJIn. warrant Oat. 1. Itflft ._____ _. ., _.,..M 99 j 90 -.-.--.---VALUE.. .. -or- ..COUNTY.- .. _.PROPERTY. ___ 7.011(60

ties The Introduction of the grand -.. Court homeFurniture .__ _. ._ .___.__. ._ ____..__ ._._
j -- f >i-e. (Oulon Ark ,, have: ."oldharnherlain'n Net bnT.n<. ro... 1, IfIl ____ __ < -------- -- ___...__ '1 flnrt Ad
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elrcu\t association harness tnces in l KtfrrlpU for the Hit$ M.inth.t. Jail u _._._._..________________ 15,000.00
... C'1 Cough' Itemed furars I From tat collector luxe ..__.___..___ II and ,liitur-s courtOther house. ____.__.___.___..__...__ __ 780.00
ronno'-tlon with the fair will |.n\o a ] found, that It ,J1 7469 of ..______ ._._._ ___ -u
I "' and have nI'vays 1 From comptroller redemption --?..,_____ i.47 property county u. _______.__________ 2.TOO.OO
big| drawing canl and will In i .:; !nn. ,' .1\.... perfect, IIaUI4'nl.tion.-\dv. Sher ff. tSnra __.______._____ ..__
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STARTS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th. )







Now is the time to buy your fall and winter supply of goods. Everyone knows that all i



dry goods and shoes are going up every day. We have the goods, bought at old prices



and we are giving you the benefit of saving at least 50 per cent in adv: __ _. We are


t ,' inaugurating a 30 Day Third Annual Fall Sale, the like of which in low prices and good I


/' quality has never been equalled in this county. We are putting merchandise on sale at .


prices 50 per cent less than the market price today. We have a full line of Woolens,



Latest Styles in Coats, Coat Suits, Crepe and Silk Waists, Skirts. Come, whether you


buy or not; you will find goods you will perhaps need later. You will find bargains you 1 t.


will take delight in telling your friends about. Your dollar will do double duty on every



purchase you make at this store. We are going to make an extra special bargain price .


I on all Ginghams and Homespun. Our doors will open promptly at 8 o'clock. Be present.MEN'S .



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: AM) HOYS'() ITUMSH1NGS: SHOES[ : TOR TIn: I.III. :.MI'VS AND 1I0\'S' 1"1JHo.ISJJ;; (;.; NOIIO.NsM: ; : ; I 1''IiIlEIII'I: ) : :

$1 7', :Mi n'-, Woik, Shirts Ladio-;' $10Vhit.! Canvas! Shoes lii,s ,,' Union Suits, worth $1 anwhere .:\ W"i. .,IMM. ( '","plt I. Line nf the Hi.'stnT t
!':alo. I'ri--I , _ _. S9c Sale Priie ._ ._ .. $1.19: I :,cudI ,- Ihilulkeii<'(" fur Wnnionin '
7",,. Mi.n's Silk Hose I mile- Gun Metal Shoes $::1 i to $0 Sale Price !1I :Vl .., ,I (Children.
Sale Pert) ,' ric.: Sale Price _______ ____ _____.$:J.!>8I < I no! \.iluo Men's Holts 1 ;'"no' Ladies, mid ( hililron's Hats -- .
1 Olio\ pan HHJS". Hose, :i5c value I miles Patent Leather and Gun Metal: ::nli I'nco .. ___ _ vs&r Lnlit Styles llp-Lo.i la to ; I
_ __ _ Shoes 100 pa'r.hit.' Cnnvas Shit9u. :: ; _ ____.
Sul'rite) ] -19c. :Stiltlh iro .98o up J
Sale Price ______________$3.49: Milne- -a liargaiii
Spet'ml PiiVps on Hoys' Shirts Men's' $1.50 Work Shoes up Sale PIICP _ . . $1.,19 .",.11''"' jnriln. M..ri.11I.i"'K.. (:Jiepes"I .- I 1.,

!*!In(i and $7 Men's( Silk Shirts __ __ : 1:1 1 valuealo f
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____ .. _. .. :<..J.: Sale Price -J.2J: 'Ir'lI ... ___ ___
S.ile Price H 0 $ > Men's Dress Shoes, high and low N/1'I'IONS: ( I ANII' ,Klt\ViAK(: "I'llco. 'tlI.II"l! ''t'

and : :Men's Silk Shirts ___ ______ _____ I'm' |,ii paper "'
i $1 $ > Sale Price __ $:1.98 :,'IOU >aiils Dress' <(Ginghams<;; if-suiie| +
Sail !Price --___. ________-- _$.!A9 Buys, Girls and laby! Shoes I (patterns, :LT:) and, 15; lent, vnlm Sill I'rii--! ___ ___ __. _,1 t,..
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$:!00 Men's Shirts-Latest styles At Sacrifice Prices during the Stile Stilt 1'1'1 lee . ._ :2'A up $t '.II tl> $'.' !I.U'llOH lion
Sale Price ____ ______________$L99 100 pair Ladies House Slippers, $:.i.OO) ,, r I Ii l.Ooo .vanl DI-OHH Ginirliani0: ) e'nt Sale (Trice - __ ____ __ - .$1 I I.Ur.
\aluc V r III Milue ::t.ii'lo pair| Ladies hose, 2Sc vii htoStilt.

$ !:Sale.00; Men's(Price Good.____Quality n __ ____Shirts_____$1.39 Sale Price _n n _h___ ____u$1.19: { ,/lf M' Sale Price _ _ ___ _ .l"n... "", I'rico _ .. ... .___.. 170.Ii .
.")!110)() Suitcases $:J.OO value .",HO( (,aii/e Vests, regular :JOi) value \ lue Percales
$1 IIiO Salt,Men's(Price Good____Quality__Shirts____ _93C.:; Sale Price _ __ __ _ _ _$1. '! Sail- !Price __ _. I :ie.; Sale, I'rici' ___ _ ___ ___ :2KI" ( -. I,.
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$';no; !Hand lags: tips;| ml Prices' on, l.liOO! Ladies', Sun I I Iliekory I HtrlpllI
:MOO! Pair Woik Pants! $:!!.u0) to $150() ,. .
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Sale ]Price $1./J}!| lint' See Line. :" I''i.' :! .. .
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Value Built for Service u__ _ __ our .. .
___._ n_ _-_ ti 1-!: t Q:inlity Thread., "V""ISILIt. -- -- -- -
Sal ]Price nn. .. -_ _ $1.19 .
> Price .. HM.'G.MN 1'OI'N'I'1'Rli'm'e :
I While they last) :' i :,.ono cords Slit i-lintr, r"I culm' "" nut, ,, Till to. sop our Splendid, line of ,
-si I Felt Hats F
t" s % ", MilueSllle Men'i: Shirts and Pants, Suits, Hats!
title I'irrr ___ ___ ___ $1.98 ( .
n - up .. 7 i \ / lh'ire 1 Hi shoos, ltr: Its, Ktc.: Wt can supply 4 1
$1 l no \1"1':1: Balbriggan! \ Underwear \ .
Sale Price ___ _________ .--___45c. % kd 't4J5\, \ veil.mil assorted\t-ry need...tlwk.'W trim. our largo arid
$1.00 :Men's[ Elastic Seam Drawers .
Sale Price. ____ ___ __________ _890.ll'n' .+s :\<- line, of Trunks and ln.'H!; to go
.11 I'-arguin ]'rocs this Salu..In ( .
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value
Silk Hose regular 70c

Sale Price ?_ __ ___ __- -__ __ .47c.75i ., I ,rrr...' eiveil, a new line of uptodateI /. '
e7 I CoalH and[ Coat: Suits, at Spwml -
worth :;
: Pants $1.50
Sale Price _____ ____ u___ ____ 89c. 1I < 1 Piiees, during this Sale.
Wt 1 lot of Boys' Hats, regular $1 seller :.oil," r adies; Coals, special, Price $'! ,4'!) i

t i;! Sale Price ______ --____ ___ __ _-49c. Iy- 1 r, and, up.
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'. Special Priioson Mtn's: and no 's' SunHats CJ ,. '!'lin''' F nili-'s Silk Sweaters' $1000 value
-See the Line-To see is to t Sali. Priip. $::1.! JI: to $1i.1! I'l.Ilitr !..
'.i buy. 1 Cut 1'rne Sale on' Ladies l l-'all M
.j Full line i.l :\Ipn's and Boys' Handker For our Annual Sale we were fortunate in se- I Hats, JJ..IllIfJ.1: up.Spuinl .
chiefs. Ask to see our line. : Sale' Conforts. and Blankets.
,. < tiring a line Lane of Ladies! Waists and Skirts. on -
1i0.Ien': Hose .
Good Quality ,
Sal Price ____ _.. .. 2Jc.2m We have every kind-a lane that cannot be excelled l.
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_____ __.__ .__ __ $:i.jij Ladies, Silk Dresses bought Stile Price, $ll.5o! and up.
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n's Blue Serge and other colors Sale Price _____ ______ ___________110..II: ro :Men's" Suits Sale Price, $I 193.
15.0U I.adieu Silk Poplin Dresses' '

Sale Pants 1 Prico$(>, $7_. .and_ _$8__values_ $3.98 up Sale. Price ______ _u_______u___ ___ _$0.9.:> ." JJKOI'KHY; : DKPAIMMLN'TII :: .
Ladies
110 OU Voile Dresses
:!0n' | .iir Overalls finest brand and __ _ !_ !. I! Guide; Sugar . .. .. .lie.
Sale I'nce u u __ __ __ ______$1.19: l _
Make.( lung wearing) Ground; CofTep h .. _ _'JHi'In -.
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Sale Price ---------------$1.S.:; ; T Price n_____Gingham u_____u IresesSale ________.$1.:1r.: r ; on Colfee' _ . .... _. _27c.Toilet .
line of Bojs' Pants and and 1 Laundry Soap oc. .
Complete $" tu $''i Crepe do Chine and Georgette Waists u
Overalls. Will go at Sainhie Trip. .ale Price __ ___ _.___ ._ _. ___ .__ $ IM! Hii Grade: Grits _.-_ .. _!i'AIt'. i.
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You take your r.kIal' ." !B-! d t I Grnilp; Meal: __ G'ic.2li!
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to $ Silk Waists
*' Assortment of Special Rain- >Sale Price ______ ___ _ ___u $2.19 ("mp.It",1 I.lIrll . _ _____ __- -.
mats and Slickers sr. $>x and $10 Silk Skirts Latest StylWaU '1, J1.t"1)r! Ib'C'' .
Sale Price _ _ u __ IM1) up > Price _ ._ _$J OS \up ;IP;a"d\lins W..r-I"II Suit"' 1.. nl A (octal' ,'>. Wmili, thivi I IGuide! ; l-'linir. :21 Ibs . _$J.:' !1
selling. < '.ill and irl-p..t. I I. :I"" "f Ladle ,.",. -if.i in "" ( nn Tomatoes lie.ti .
Men's( Ni I'k Tit good' grade mi til'; and $7 Serge and nl-.n-d: Skirts ., latent iui-in-: Thm. ,, .
.. | I n oar > 1 i un TomatoesH '.
Hats Waist >h.'Ih'rwear.I .
for $1 l elsewhere and worth it 'I' I'ri-- $8:: I 18: .
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Sal Prr': 4Jcif. !! rN. is new and.jm'ili I 11)00' Ladies Fine Lawn W'iuitsii .
Mi. n'- Work < ;! ,', -. i-a Jar "', vahieSalt ('. '.. I 1.\\0., ""r in> this ('r i. ", '.' : in si "un.c ,I'r-ea' going up ''i.i In- of ( iron-.I.I Gin,,,.K, ill-. nil .if
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Pn.e g| :Silk Waists, VnlEu: $1 1 '1>0 "i 'I" Pn $11 !I IK!
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t .;"r BRADFORD COUNTY::' TKLKf.RAPII.: : TARKE, FLORIDA Flun.\ Y. SEPTEMBER: 19. l 1'119<
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t \. Jl'-M .-... .-.w.-- I IJ the pioneer settlers of Florida I I

_._ ._ ..- .._--.. was: descended" from old and
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i 1 mother a Miss! Oxorstreut before I| ?
J ltem1 marrXge, was a member of a \ ,'
k" County News prominent' and influential family. 1 I'| rM -

In the. absence of his pastor, j
.r-- .- -.--==. --= - hendrix, the funeral '
:ik a----=-=- = services'
; I Our I imducted' by Hf'S.. Proitnr. ,
:Peek by
b t Intara.ttnFacts Gathered Darin' the the Baptist who had known tin

; Regular Correspondent! eased for more than thirty )' '

t who. spukeery.! beautifully of his
;.J.JIJ "uciatnins. with his deceased ,'
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various of life.
-- -- walks!

: ItltnOKr.RUrooker : nf K.; J. Ward Saturday aftt-rnoon. i{ The interment was made in '
; r J. W. Morgan and family attended Lake liutler cemetery on the "

IJ Hloxlium. Ward services ut Little Springs Sunday ''j' noon of the 11th of September, ::: ofcin '
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Sept -- 'I ; : : a
spending tho Grandma ;Melvin of Stnrke, spent 1 jit host of friends had gathered to II j CAMHLS'epertb'or.d
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and family have
''I t R relatives. I I )lust week hero with relative. | the hut sad rites. Many Domestic
, ; I .... past week bore with i I Miss Lallrnwis! was on the sick !flowers were contributed by \ ci rettedere
': Mrs John Shriver and daughter/ tobaccos answers every ?;; <;
:11 :list Jast week. Sand! token
Aluehua Thursr relatives as a of love
worein
Marguerite, :'Irs. Hattie Rivers and daughter, esteem to this good man whom ; you ever had 1 Camels give

: dy afternoon. :Mildred. were week-end visitors here have every reason to believe suchuniversaldelightsuchunusual

'", ''E.! in.1. Lake Ward Hutli wn r ha)Knday transacting boon, afternoon.cllqchal'lC-busi! I I Ifiom:Mri.!'1'ine T. Hill.I/ fodwin and children of ,'''tl'r.heard"It the is welcome enough, come plaudit up of higher his enjoyment and s.itir: faction you'llcall

I I'inhoMi'r' crviie! anal is at home i'ltuHill( ","''nt Saturday and Sunday Pallbearers) were J.V.. T.II. r them a cigarette rev{ lath< .1 I I
1. j 'oni the t to here with relatives t F. :M. Rivers, T1)). )null R. E) ,

tf" see again.him IIis home many: again.friends lire glad I Kev. N. T. King of Now River, filled I (Uco.! Eppcrs-on.' E. W. ;Miller and I I. I If you'd like a cigarette that does

t t Tin' infant burn. to air and ;Mrs. C. his regular appointment hero Saturday of- Duncan. __. _. u._ ,i: not l leave any unpleasant cigaretty

... 1'!'. Wilson Tuesday wore buried at and Sunday. On services account for I NOTH: (lit' f.l\UHHN !HALK! : I af-crt t :'ste or unpleasant cigaretty
New !rope/ cemetery Tho community ,previous arrangements I I Thirty days ft fu>r d..... hereof on
,'. I.' extends its sympathy to the bereaved Sunday night! were called off. |Ilh.. Ullth lily of (ic'toliiT. 1UIU. I I. the I ouoi smoke Camels! If you

} parents.A Time will, be prujer meeting next I iRivniil ik.I( l\H I nfl)..",,lEuunlian|.... und fur J Q Knrmnn Dfitmlnim.. hunger for a rich, mellow-mild

) A sun wax born to Mr. and, Mrs. E. I Sunday night/ at the Baptist church heirs of John A. 1 luuirIIIHH. derfiiMvi). will cigarette that has!'; all that desirable
Ha/en last week II. R. )Brown lender There being no |ply) to tin Hnnornhlo ""10. 1I.rd.'r.; .
J. : M. 1 :; night this regular i'Iy Jud...' fd llrudfortl. County Hortila. ( "body"weU get
Hen kell Sunday cigarette you
t Mrs Iva Sprinkle! county attendance 'iriti to sell at private iiulu the one-fourth
} t j' oilh'er of (Lake Butler, made a niuver. service was held at the Free ,h11dt'd Interest such or'*nitminora\ in some Camels as quickly as you can !
1 f. visit to the school Tnr-sday afternoon. WiH Baptist church. '|following ilfflcrlbril" litnijn to-wit:

!f": r !Mr. and, Mrs.; G. A. Kelly oft Master Ktftis! Kelly and Chester | noulheaht Southwest. quarter quarter of of northwvvt northiurtt quarter iiuart Camels' expert blend makes all this:

I rf1 Gainesville; W"f'i ltfll'" here Sunday I l.\ndreu of New River were visitors I want half of northvvffel quarter mctiun,
" afternoon.Mr. here Sunday afternoon. Ity..n.n (121.| Tl. llvti 'I5i,, S. KnilKe .. delightful: quality possible. Your

" J ., und ;MaStaulton, of AUuhua, Or. mid Mrs. O. I B.! llazeli and little I or( I.I .... . contHimntf in all lUll sera, personal t'stvlll prove that Camel

J, FT J. arc pleasantly located in the Uevillecottajre. 1 daughter, Martha spent part of last | Thin 191h day or Sr|>t. ID19.I ( / ) / the only cigarettes
'f t) : :Mr. Stanton is engaged in week hen with relatives. They an- I MRS. MAGGIE; UKANNKN." : : 2 ; Cigarettes are
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I i i J. t. ... I; :.n. "r but'IIWS" here. I" ti'iull'! |> (leaving this week for New I i Guardian I.... Minon.for barman.: Ul\ii. and .1. '1.- you ever: smoked that just seem

i I : (ir! i ;iy KI'. :i.:, .I i't has been attending '' Orleans where J lr. Ila/.en will enter made to meet your taste I You will

s, h.ol at Allii.ni, (;iti., is here on school. NOTIfK': OF APPLICATION FOR TAX kind of
I d f a week's visit with his sister, Mrs.1 A. I Relatives Rand Crews received a 'I U.NUtR !SECTION! 67G OF THEt.EoUIAL prefer them to either tobacco -

r c r A. Hiir.fii. :'.I 11'. Kelly will leave this telegram/ last week stating that he |I Notice I. hereby! given STATUTES that A. Z. smoked straight !
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J' Gainesville where he will ,hud, arrived safely in New York from
week for ; enter : l'urchamrr of tax certificate Town of
: the University for the coming ,,, oversea Rand is one of the last of I No. 12, dated the 2nd day of July. A. D. Compare Camels for quality and
II I boys to get back from )France and hail filed\ HMd certiAcata, in my olr,.*. and
term. I jour I made application for deed \ianue in
;. tax to satisfaction with any cigarette
.'j I John I'mholster made a business his friend! are /glad to know that he cordance with law. Said, certificate em )
trip to< (;Gainesville one day last wet'k.1 I I will leave that city for home at an the following duacribed Jlraper..Itu.t.. the world fit any price !

r A new library has been placed in'''>, early date! Bradford Lola 1 and county X ,of Florida.to-wit BlK 4t). Llvinicaton I
I the school adding much interest to' Bryant Shaw is still very sick at and Company' tub divlHion, town of
'I \ the Hiholari. hill home near here suffering from asevere The Kid land being aurnxcd at ll.t. d"t A1'

The families of 1.. A. and L. J. Ir i case of pellagra. I of tho Raymond.nuance of Jackaon.auch certificate In the j.j.I J : aJi

j F I ,,1 Wynn, K. A. :.Siott. and .1. T. Quigley '' ll'W.. K. Middleton, of I Unl.... aaid certillc.ite. hnll be ", ,' ".;, "'" ,y'I -''' J
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)fl. of Strike, were, visitors at the home won a profesisonal visitor. 'Slark"'j nt'cur'linir to law tux deed will, Inmii I !" t" 10 ').'* "f. (,!.'t!.) ,oA
t -------- _- week. I on the 211th day of, September.. D. \ -..-_ '1.' : .... -, ,
;Miss Edna Itnxter has resigned her I Wilnvmi my otTiuial aliiniiture' and Real ,. "' A"t.. ,
the 27th. day of AuKuat A. D. 1919. a. f"" ......t of +, .,
.. position liunin. the postoiTioe and (Seal) W. 'wEEKS; ; ;!t. ''' .
+ + -- +t+ nr i _"" ,.o "
r r 1 1 yN. aching( the 7.\l\ school. IS// Clerk Circuit ('..url. Rrudford C..unly.: I I !.;, --4'1.' ; ; .... .... k'',) YC--:.,._' '
made, By R. A. WKKKS.
1 Supt. i K.: R. Poppell a H-2U-G1. Deputy I
; to the school Friday nfternon.hears. ._ __ I
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Kelly and Allen wore business __ -0 ORURR; t''I' ruBLauAiiuNIn __ .
visitors i here last week-end.\ i I Circuit Court. Slate of Florida
.1. E. Clemiins. has hud some repairs i .luftiuinl. Circuit. Uru
I IJ dune, on the rnttan'e 'near the turpentine I cery.Morgan Will., 'I I I i
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Il l work and expects to move his' Com"'talnantL

family in this week. i I 1.I.lp u W.III .. I I I \ .-

II. C. Richard of Starke, was n ..* f...diin' )

visitor i here Saturday. It appuarmrr" by ntfldimt appcnuud" to ( ;: it Le -
? l >I" A. F.. Russell. made a trip to' bill lied in the nlwve-atatel' cauie that I 1
v r4r Sill rke Friday afternoon. t W.Urn. the defendant therein namud it* n v- r8 ,
L 1 rchiih-nt of the Stale of Horuln. and sho |
i :Mr.hrre! '. Marvin Osteen, of Arnow it ttiilrK. in or near the town of Edith in
1 spending' the week with her mot i nt'unly. Sin to uf (I.ur"la. over the an.
I' t thtr. : lnc>niyonu yrara It ia hurt-tor ordered I
lydter mi id non-it fidi-nt ft.nilnnt ho mod. in ,-. I
.
Ore of progiessivc. merchants
our
itulrtd'd to apptnr" tn thc bill of '
i II[. 1 R. Urciwn.) hns moved his stock of filed manid.xui.. on o. before M'tndny. -fir f
merchandise, into his new store billing I '-1h day of Ouio.itr. A. a1919.. uthurwitK-" 11M'C I
0 rINJ'v iilU'natimiB,, of >surd l bill will bu taken a. I ! .
finished.
just f ; | j r.l
1 feared by Muld dffi-ndnnt
1' t ;Messrs.\ if. V. and I R. A. Andreu. It la further orJt-n that this order I .] J 1 i

v t nf. last week near Orala. nuhlitifttHl nee a week for five. . I ,
Little Mildred :Morgan was sick a'' wi-t'kn in the Mradfurd Counts' ,- ". I ,. to I Iyr.
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.WHpiiMr publmhvd and L
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county
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few days of last week. Thin SrptrmtN-r; 1!. : I' .
; ti Paxton Shirley, of Jacksonville I W. T. WKEKS, |'
spent pint of last week here with his ,iSinl) Clerk Circuit'
( t. /. ADKIN3.
plI TI'nls. -I I I Solicitor fur Complainant, 3-5-Bt. I
1Vnde lliirr,.ll. nf. nrndford.. was attending l :

i ., ;; to-business; here, Monday.. 1 NOTICt I| : .

t : I A meeting was held by the patrons ,, Notice, is hereby amen that sixty day. .
':of the llrooker school Tuesday! nightat ilate. to-wit : on tho 2Hth day of October I
.i 4 4li l>. 101II. 1 will present to the county J" t 1
( of
the school building. The object '
-J of llradfatil County Florida, my llnal I
the meeting/ was to see about fl'ncingin |j ciiunt end vouchers of the relate of If !
makes
the school groundand this work Van Rur'e. ileccasi, and apply for the i iproval if "Money money" a
of and for anal ilmcliarif. .
: will. be done Saturday. Let all interested ouch ailministrator.same my I Ii ( proverb that is old and true.
li he out and get this done on that i i Dated) this tho. 2IHh day of Auuust. A. I I
day if possible. !i. \\\11\ U.) : '1

< it hire. and ;\11'''. !K.: It. Andreu. Sr., .\ of E. th S.. VAN Kstat IIUUEN.of II E. I Iilm'nistrntor I II ': I Big opportunities often come

made, a business trip to New River '1ur n. 8-21 -Ot. I 1> l
.. ', ) to folks with little cash.
Tuesday.' ready
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\V. II. Andreu. of New River was NOTICEIn '
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", 4 visitor here Sunday. I Rrailford Clreult County.Court.Florida Eighth, In Judicial Chancery.I . \\\l\ By starting a savings account
1 I
( ;Miss Victoria Douglass\ of Alachua, V. tlroi.ks.Complainant. i : ; i
:I Take LAY Portn Power ,ns.sed' through hero Monday rnroutejt i I |' l with us now, you soon will have
r 4u Starke where she will visit for a va { l
t your automobile teny t In W. A. Carter A Gene Bryant 1 : sufficient
\' ( .; make) and the LAY Port few days.. | llefendantH. I I I savings to enable you
Saw (for your own saw if -. -- It appearing by afldavlt appended tn ,
; I you already have one) to 1 IN: ;MKMOKIAMLake I / 1 hill filed. In the above stated cause. that W. 1 ; I I ,i to take advantage of some worth-
.. 1. ( defendant therein named,
.. the job. Don't bring the i 'nrtiptin.: ; : : is I i 1 : .
I t non-resident of the elate of Florida I and I while bargain.
.: job to the -">c jnginci Butlpr. )o'la., September 1(1.-( rewiiti nee is unknown and that there is l
pen f. .
f Use portable paver not \Vednesday"-nfternoon, ; Sept 10,
I linen. upoi vhom would bind the ill' '' l
If stationary po'vcr li'l'.t' \ at six o'clock Mr. J. A. Lang- and .that he is our the ago of I To wait may be too late

J Save time money I f""fIUI" \ old and highly esteemed citizen rears.It :
I, Is thrrefi.ie .ml. red i that mid nm- 1 : I
r labor. of Lake llutler passed from, .li'nt defendant be mud I. hen'by required :
Saw your winter' wood G' earth to his IIfii.cnly ward.' His iilpiar In .he lull of rwinpln" lit flied n, I |
Cods on before Monday the third $-$-$-$-$-$-
or dny
right in the wood iot. !' death mused a 'v.tve of sorrow to passover I S s-t
November., A. !I'. 1.11'J.: \ otherwise the all. : ; :: : ; ;
the entire city, for he had earned .
Saw it at a cose: or ISc tidiii uf said bill will be taken as .. ,
curd. the respect I anil esteem. of this I Iy said defendant. | \ from Little Acorns Grow
per .immunity where his C'hristian char- It ii. further ordered. that this order be I : ,
Sow it as fait na three lihed once a week for eight consecutive ,
n tor was. a distinct influence for in the Mrndforu County TeUirrniih. a .
i, '.. men can bring it to the ;
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ftI ;good. "per ,publtiihud in said\ county and state.Th County Bank
low. lie( had been a resilient of this place n 27th ilny of AllKUst. A. U. 1\1"

I' I Thousand of farmers are .i line, )young manhood and had hosts i Sean, Clerk W. T.Greet WEEKS, ::! : ESTABLISHED Jetty
; using LAY portable im- f friends here and l elsewhere throughout 'O. HIM. WILLIM9.itcltor : i I ;
plcmentl'tnanufaetureJ: the .state whose lives have been > for Complainant. I 1 I Starke. Fla
by the largest builders of
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enriched by having associated! with ; \
; automobile b.nt. powerimplementa NOTl E Or' APPI ICATIOV\ : roll 'I' \\ l lIt: :! : l :
in the world : him and who recognized/ and appreciated I MlKU; sS.l'no071 OF lilt:: f .. .
-with success. his sterling character and tho .KNKKAL;: STATUTES! ;:, .x11. I
great
t } many Chl'i..ttan.trlll'11/ which hi exhibited Ilirit.y notice ,is given that Urndriird .
Ask us about LAY Porte t U Hunk a corawranun purchaser of tax : : ,
i\ Power. We'll tell you ; in his daily life He was inevery e. rtilliauti, numbered rvspvctivtly 1 1"3 l I S t
Works
p' why you can'? afford to I I coming sense Christian of the word gentleman a quiet, and iin1 !- .i i uni''a 'p.sued.Florida. by the said tax certilicates collector of heinir M. adf I ''' l rG Vulcanizing i 1

r be without one. :lie Cud. day of July' \. L>. 1117. and has I : ,; l
miring his loner life, for he hail reached .
cold cert ticate. In my office, and ban l
I We'll gladly! demonstrateLAY
II his eijrhty-fourth year, he had, bl'en.t.'ntin"d iiMiliciition, for tax deed to Issue 'In ... .. \ n\ FIRESTONE TIKES
Power
I Porta or any r with the forces! for improvement with law. I Ii '
I of the LAY Line of ALL KUBIJEK PATCHES
portable The said certificate respectively i b )
I Implements-LAY fy and progress! In this community. the following i lands t :in Bradford; ; county .
t i His temperament was singularly ida. assessed at the date of a.: *' Issuance : "
Saw Rig.LAY LAy role Porta ) optimistn. and cheerful and! nt no time such ceitifieates in the names .....'", . BURROWS FLORIDA J
Saw Saw. ,during his illness of nearly three hereinafter part cularly. set forth twit : ,
g3 tg3 LAY Forte Mill LAY Certificate No. 123 embraces the follow \
i Porto Pump, LAY Farm eeks 1 was he heard to murmur or Com at NG Cor of west half uf .. ", 1
omplain. quarter of southrant quarter of northenst I I I
LAY Milking Machine 1 .
cpJ Light
andVun .
"r W 2UU ft to a | He served his for four
etc. Come la country S .MA ft. W 109 ft. N 24} ft. K IOU ft to
when you're in town. :"i art during! the Civil war and was n of .b..". See. .8. Tp. 6. S. R 'ii K: I I
I bf brave and fearless' soldier over loyal ';,'n.... Towns.Certificate I 1 !
No. Ill1" embraces H 'Jl'j' ft WITHJOS.
h) the call of duty and his love and .' .
lot 4, blk 20 In Starke. assessed N. W. I
(Ill 11,1 rY 11 MI1KR: ..:.il fur the South were staunch nndnil elm I '

throughout his! entire life I|i I lTnea! said certificates. shall be ..... ..... .j I E. WILSON
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A t I'I'I.1 ( ti. acrordlnir to law tax deed will issu '
llrhad bee-i a consistent and ac- '' . .
tivc, member of the :Methodist Epfs- Witness my official. signature and seal I FLORIDA I
,'opal 'hur'h., South, in Lake Butler the 7th day of August A. D. lUlU. :

mce early) youth, and was one of the l I Seal I Iv. WEEKS: Clerk.By .. II INSURANCE

: tnjsteen,: nf this church for many R. A, WEEKS DS-AUTOMOSI LE I
-. ears '' "-:D- t. Deputy,

He leaves to mourn their .loss his I
wife Mr.. :Nancy A. I angfnrd of this MASTER'S SALE !
Notice Is hereby coca that under anil .
pla..e. and their three "a.tl'r"Ir": :
virtue of that certain final. decree of |I| STILL
0 K: Knight of tnrkl'. Mrs O. A. closure made and renderedL.. .>ttiwt 12. : DOING BUSINESS 1JJ1J) I
1Circuit I I
I'urroll. of I akr Pnrk In.; and, :Mrs. by J. T Wills. judge of the Eighth u I I ( l .. ud snii'l.ej\ ei n risers who hav. \. rd:! ourrVr-1' ire .
: F Charles Larsen, of Fort Pierre; and! n of Bradford County. Flor da. l in I ; '. who .alw s .I"dly r.cCt-.f. c0r :v's a, their
eery in favor of the Cltiiena 1 Hank of |
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fir A tlnughter-in-law, Mrs. Alice Lnng- ford., a corporation, complainant. and ..... I' .*. .- berg ad n 'mm. Our F i r.t alit i 'I! fi
I ford "f this place and a number of Ella Mae I.tnnon and Ltenins f...nain., l .... n QUALI i Y i coo i i i r too r "J\. ' ?
vrnt. dchildren. ns well as several fendants, the undersigned' will utTer for listi.I, tr > "J o- '.'r.' I I. '"i v "I ire tr-" rf ri."".
in front of the court hiusc door at .. lfrSEt.TH.lDES.: spsA } ,
I brother anti two sisters who live in .h TOCtfriy SLFPUE3
Florida dur.nath* (legal hour of sal !
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I Ii! t> :7.'aa'7iemaIi :? the southern part of the state. ._ .."".I..y. the 6th day of October 191V. oJ \ : I-'KUTIMXIJH CO. J4duuDvItr. Florlor.





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