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: October 24, 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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BAD CHECK ARTIST !ST; \Hli I': TKLEI'IIONEKXCIIANCK: LABOR DISHEARTENED :, :MEAT\ PACKERS:; MAKING; WILL TURN LOOSE j. o. 'iKAXi.ric' .MTOIM-I-I: : >>> co.ACIINT i

; ItOUClITUY : KFHWTS:; TO CONTROL I ; in tomilSSIO.NKKi\ : : ::)
PUTS ONE OVER ON ,, AT DEADLOCK 'I POUNDS OF
3,000,000
II. A. 1USIIO1 I (CKK:ililTSINESS:; II The honl'I"r county coiumiiisionirsmet : I

STARKE MERCHANTS I OF CONFERENCE SUGAR TO PUBLIC at the courthouse in Starku Monday
'
The most important business I tran.s- Mi-mphis, i>it. :'::0.1.111&1.10( :.... that!
Ott. 20th IUIIU' railed 1
to order ) ,
1 action to take place In Starke'\ lately the buililiiig
lue' big'lI"II\ packet > ne !
I .uf of Starke'men haul-, are Has Accomplished : : ," I Oct. 1. by Chairman C. A. Roberta with
was the one through, which 11. A. i o.olhinJr-l''r up a monopoly in the grocery businessthro"gh XViiKhington, 21 Advised I that
\ "i i off for the visit of a smooth I 1 Ume ,Ad fseH :New; I the following members prem-nt: J. M.
Start flit1
Hishop, of Jacksonville, on Mond.iyl.iMime | tary : th ir ""'I"'I'hil' of 1''f'ilt"I'I\, navv depart! i.lent \\\ii- in reserveit(100,11(10
dividual who p.issed "" tl."1-111 worthchecks I __ liiownlee, Drew Keddish, O. V. Crooks
owner of the Stark Telc- tor i ars a'vl alleircd discriminations ( ( pounds of sugar, Secretaryl
, t.i ihe amount of $-11)) last | Washington Oct. 21. The national' 'I I l > ls he would "".1 J.unes 1 Knynolds.!
,; phone Exchange: having bought the m their fuvor, by transportation system aiiiL> today mtlimited that

int'lining af''rn""n. The checks pur- plant from" 1 L, K.: Koliit: who has industrial conference slate was swept; ,.. wenuiidei" invistigatuin, at a leloase, one-thud of Mie stork or U- 1 Chairman l Kobeits explained to tho

i I'' rd to habeen signed by .1. II.'i owned 1 unil uKMated| u i\.i about five clean toilay und that body brought hearing\ begun here before KxaminerDarti'ln : 00t,000 \pounds for public use to relieve !'onrd, that this meeting) was railed for

wlmg, the well\ known supervisor years.Mr.. 1 back to tho point where- was when ...I' the interstate" oommerce the situation resulting from a tbe purpose.. of signing eon t met for

it i mii work in the county, but when I Bishop i is an experienced telephone I j the session. started on October II i by '! comiuission. of the lompl.iintK of the !tuition-wide .shortage of the ,commod, Ithe hire of the county convicts! until

i flgnaturos were compared{ they man, having been in the but.i- i successive defeats of the proposal. by I Southern Wholesale C"O"I'I'II"Horfn" 't ity. I January I 111n.! : by T. J. Knabb, and .

'I I Isetiihl'ineo' to the signature, I of 1'l'U for the past sixteen years. )HeIIIIK einiloj|) for reeogimir-g: tin- right' of lion in which more tliun 2,100, carriirsnro The present supply of the navy, I approving: of bond required by the
M 1 \IViw'lim' Tie i i-rcl nit-i 1 who
for a long/ time been an employeeI workers to bargain collectively ; next named as defendants.i \. :Secretary; \DaneU said, was siuliclent I j board. Also to roceivo the report of '

k them of Mi d ;i M s ..sling's without any knowl- i I of the Hell Telephone! and Telegraph of the substitute declaration by the :i !'., complaint alleges that by shipping for. "ix'months. As only a three I committee appointed by the board to .;
i handwriting, ( and j eonfeicneo'.s l'enerlll'omnliUe,' third, examine the work and painting of llio
'nmpl1n> voluntarily left their ; ill months surplus" usually is kept on :.
" < li. there noth- groieries refrigerator earswith I
> .iiisu wns I employ to I tn'.o' over I the exchangeheie. the original proposal of the general hand steel! bridge' arrows. New Kiver, known "
i, t-he: utmiis, of the pei ,ishable. !goods, which are han- Mr. Daniels indicated, it would 1 1I.
"n stranger tot Ilo took immediate charge ofj committee; and the proposal from the dli'iji.IJ n fa,t. r tniius over greater distances be unjust to return more than that as l.ong Bridge. done by the Quiglcy :
.t t
n-1"i ion. j the plant and! began on Tuesday labor group to arbitrate the steelstrike. r.iimber" & 8upipy" Company under 1
tliun, amount now when the entire
the countryis
/ ordinary freight,
in r.la/1l/ who lost by the .
>! oprr Doth employers und the public's contract.Com .
i morning the work of making
"-, of this riisial were, F. I F. I improvi- puckerr.un an unfair, adxniitage over experiencing a shortare. I ,

i n" r. tV"> 'no, \V1.. Snell"rii'e.I :#,;;>; i| mc'lItAm"t1Jr. the !i>'prrnmeiitMT.h.'it latter.In representatives. voted against, the nuMibeis, ) of the association. who I Tho uai department[ however, tin-j,, mi 1 I ten made vuibal report, saying .\
he liop. s to make in the I'ur, future is I I that 'they hnd examined tho work ,
\ U II ull. $Ji I: M.lloiy Thomas, $5. nutit depend, en slower innvonient I ofIheii like' the IInf"",,,' that its supply : f
the cabling of some/ of the wires whii'h adjourning the conference. tonight:' j i ind of said. '
fi painting/ bridge and found
S "i of thi'/in' :"ire able to gIa very !J( 1' :shipments. I II I was. running low, the supply being: est ,[ 1
will prevent them from 'becoming l.'l1- Seuetary Lane die,la red that it had I I the work' well done and. in conipltancuyitli .
I u d< "ei" 1'1. n uf tin bud cliei-U. arinr1 i I Ui I pi int.itnes of wholesale groIIMS t limited an. barely suflicienl to List. until :
i tanglej dui'ing storms. ,|| produced nothing and ad vised it toi \( the contract filed with board'', andrecommcndi .'
,it nosi uis that: hu .1 III es- and i iiiiineiciul, I organi/iithins' intlllltv llcci'inber ICth. Quartermasterleneral ' I 'f
.. i'I Mr. Hishop 'IK an all'able and agreeuble ,i, take! a new start by adjourning: for 1 I I d that the bill be paid.The !. ',; ,I''
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"i i dpt f lion lie drew some' of then !< business. and 1 '''several while -tlli's" me e\nited| to attend Kogers. accordingly wired' ,
,- itt, to the order of ",I. \II. II all" inent young man, a prom- 't' diiys a co-ordinating 11". heal 'meRUSSIAN'-.' all /one supply[ ofllccrs that sales ofsugar lessee for county convicts failmg t'i '
:Mason. He
will
be cordially committee of not more than six members I
'
ind others to the order ofV.. A. welcomed to Rtinke. 'I frames -* I to any one person in the service !i to IIPI"'III"lpOIl motion and sec- 1!
of action.
a
>n ''I h." "ndOl'ingth'm with these. :II.... Ilobeits has formed program I I must In' limited to six t>oiiiids [per I j I ond, all mailers rel.iting: 1 to t thi ill mat- ;,\
as yet noI
he I i Ill'fc'nh'llItl'\l'ry, point, hn'inglu..t GOVERNMENT mouth und to i "'a'1'1' laid over until fi"tI..nol"y, :
'i i 'nes when got them cashed. I'uit laus for the future; but his not more than twentyfour I ;. '
I 'nonr
of them were drawn on the lank! of I I't many I the support of the public grouphieh" pounds I per month for each family | in November, 1 HI!) !!n. .

,>, i'ke and the uthrs on the IJradfniH |! friends in are Starke.hopeful that he will remain heretofore{ was on the sldo' of the ; FURNISHING MONEY FOR I II I Tbe Application of J. O. Traxler

County Hunk. When they reach-' - I workers.. th. labor delegates\ left the CAMPAIGN IN STATES Secretary Daniels also said he had, | for county agt {cultural ngent to finish ,:'
conference hall tonight disheartened.I !. .
.
d the banks the' were soon d tectedas I | sent a message. to nil whips and 1 stations the uiiexpiiid'' 1 lime of ,O. ,.. Caswell. ,:I
Should lu\"r\ show .
: disposition to
hfimp: forgeries.IMUVR \ MOUNTED POLICE IN | a I ---- of the navy calling for strict. resigned' ', wis accepted, to commence
bolt. Chairman I.nno will ,
( undoubtedlyI \
o'"I'In'I'mhll - economy use" of sugar, as. wastefulness .t I November. 1\II.!) \ a
use the president's 1 letter 1 to avert ai 1{. Friinus" the : .
i was quoted
NEW
in'
I YORK CHARGE the' !
MUIXST'JIE'I1': ; is llall'I'I liy navy, even if it has an ; - 4t t
i crisis.'' It understood' to re-state u flldul'r_ Record of III..t'I'k. 1
ON KAII."O \liS xow \\'.\ (;1.:11r : "IIIlII ant supply would, """I IIIII .' !IJI' ,
300 SERVICE MEN I, the purposes. of the conference, to einphnsie ganl.! to the methods adopted, by the | iiiipnidoiialde but would '.relle.I dis RIOTING IS RENEWED. :J

milln railroad I tin- need of allaying industrial soviet go\ eminent of Kussi.i to transfer i .edit./ .' ,
ITC / employes over 1I1"n)) Ihe navy Itself. I
unrest anil to ,plead for more work bythe I'nssuiii in Ameriian banks IN THE BRADDOCK ::5'-
Ii fluted" States entered Saturday, i Soldiers vVtrtTr'"> ing to Stop, (!erm.in mone.v --- |
t tII i 1 conference.PLANT '
'mpht,, ''p'i /n an intensified camo I j' Opera 'nt Lexington 'Huntre !|( to MnMei, '' acents: in thin country. :Some: I' i FII'TI'II.: : ; I. N ON; \ ,1.\1 i ; i iMoiumhine STEEL MILL DISTRICT
additional
-- -- light this
< on Kiil.joet
i 'inngji: nst accident", the national I may

Hie Sackful) I .
New York Oct. 20.--Mounted l poll < I Causi-M Stale; !rroopcr.s. Unshed: .
to Scene and
wiv i -i.ling, nt midnight Fridn l-'ormer, financial nlllcialH of the Im-
COUNTIES Kite lo I.OHe :Sleep I ISiitiinlu
tonight charged a crowd, of !100 !!"n'-I| I I'Me' Kiol ( InliH I'reelvI'llM.mg.
On. :n caution nnd care will i ii'i i penal ai-d the I'I'0vlndnllloV'rnm.'nts
ice men who hnd massed in front ofi UNDER QUARANTINE! : !
r "i Murd cl'-ar] of injuries !i the 'who weie" personally known to Mr. : ;), ,mulit about lilteen of inn

-. ''1'd -. which might have been ,1 duction Lexington of fJcrman theatre to ,prevent whi pi' >h- :Steps; TIIkin/ to :Stump: Out :New; :-Sug1 innci'i; .ailed: on him while he was ill Y"UIIghl..nIK, and a few who are past broke Orl, :lI! -.I Uioting: which
..' opera upon out in I liraddock/ steel mill .
and <
i\ -I railroad under etit.gi.ui, in a strictly confldentuil the
e'-erj (gov'i 1 dine Disen-e in Florida youthful .stage, uirried
| Mayor Hylnn had placed an offlc"; d | din on very eli"' id I .toilnvvas, n"-inned tonight '
'i 'J.' n otitrol./ |I bun iisxion of the situation outlined boisterously, file occasion for tho jub-

n'I': :' of the drive I is to elim- :, Dispersed by the the servuolmen I The State 1'lant Hoard ut its Ol'tob"I' ,.(,,,"itnK. They requested him 1 ilei' bring, probably, the beginning of when n crmvd of about fifty wtrikera
police
i <, f.ii as :. humanly pos iblo'J hastened" to Times Square' jr.1mi i mietinpr! passed certain rules and in the if' ami' of the nationalized banks | W, Jo'. Mutt's term as night marshal, arid their sympathizers. cln.shod. with .

'!\J', ': ''i'i, :ifi idents which cor | ted took other actions which place restrictions to ecimniiinnato' with all the banks. in I I I as new niglii marsbalH are always teveral workmen who had Just leftone
nearly 1,000 civilian and
tantly tjike n distressing toll of life I Ii' to the theatre. One se-'fion( ; returned of on the mov.'01' lIt of sugar cane :* United States having credits of gun-ted" in a similar.. manner. Tho colbriinU I, ' of the "plants shortly before seven
I -, 11.) ,r-iilroads I ( liesnationulied" o'clock One, man was shot during, the :
Itussian
and thus to j the line engaged: in n fljrht with the out of eleven counties in Florida.These hanks not had all fortified. themselves |
melee
demonstrate what caution would mean counties are \DeSoto, Ksrambin;: to honor any cable or mail! orders, oven with home-made inooiiHhine and nnd many other Were injured. .,
p-Mice.! laying! clown a barr,, '.> ofhrl..kM a ] State \
f ,1 1 '!,i\ in/ and 1 ,da> out in the and stones. : i! I-iberty, Munatre\ Franklin Oadsden, purporting to come from them, au- : faint odor)( of syrup and\ "our slops.perMided I I lroopi attracted by
. "f t tinrailroads.. Previous : t thoii7.ing(' to noise" of (he fight, "rushed, to th.> "
I Jackson l.i-on., Palm Roach I'idk and I pay auch balances the air.. Mr. Moll I. seeing1I I th"H\H
co'iducti'd' in i, In tho melee] several shots were flr- to designated on their niouiilh nnd, I rude into ''I
in I
i n'-n rcgiom: and Volul ed, but whether by police the indlg- mob.' using riot clulM freelv. \\' I
or
"n il riiliial 1 i.i'li'oads have ,given: an board was occasioned by the recent in the United Stated without first; man, sent word to Chief: KII,'. Mr.
,,l, of' ... h-it r.m bo done. The great i i nnnt service men, spectators could discovery in each of those counties of ,'lIhlilllthdl': own Ku.-ninn correspondents Kite was fast a'looi and (troopers" put in an appearance, tho (

i. "i' '. '< movement is designed to not determine, Scores of windows caw fields infected with the new and for confirmation.Tin tho chicken pilau| ho was dreamingabout glIillJt't" //1" greeted, them with a shower of

produce a more forcible demonstration i I were smashed by sjones and ono ma- serious disease ulr..l'ling"Ular! caneknown se ollleials explained to Mr. i-njoy for his Sunday dinner, whim lies, clul.N. and I.lollies. and un UII'lItHI",1 ,
"Hi with, the co-operation of indush rlno suffered a fracture of the hip. | I-', the man drr\\ II revolver and
I as mosaic, which has becomeestablished i.n "iMint I ,if .1"" hnpk olTi-fi, <|/1> ,iude awakening inme. Uut ho isused .
Various post of the American Region fired five shots, on of which struck, J
P nl) inir the railroads, shippers :
in this country. This most lined" to send "mlile ir" wi-iMen, orders, to that and was soon on the
ft.: and municipal authorities and had passed, resolutions. condemning Joseph Dimnicl;, ill i the vicinity ofsorder .
I
I recent action supplements that previously even in cipher, when no ordered by tho scene.Hy
Hu,' i' .Lin, gen'-rally, to br.injy; the losn introduction of fierman; operasiheduled taken by the board in placing soviet ofliciiils they would be imprisoned. I thin time most of the celebrants whi.He borne the. rI'' occurred.The .

-, h'-mo ,in. c\crybody. for tonight. Tod.iy representatives I Ian embargo on importations of cane ,\ |II| important Russian banks had readied the headache and troopers finally di .pcrsed l tho i
of I the !Manhattan naval stage
I ', tintnnd week of | from other then had credits I mob and arrested two men. who had
.r i ? last Jan- states unless under permit. in American banks.Thev were rather quiet, and l of the others, I
uiii :. ,ihe fir" t of the regional: safetydoni'i'istratioiK I post waited on Mayor performance liylan with a ,1 When the mosaic disc-use is stamped hnd lieen natiiiiinlixed;. by the five were arrested' They/ bail I uisfaincd' sevon injuries ill tho fight. 4
petition that the be gave
was staged: in the I stop-i''out of a county the quarantine will be soviet, of I'ommiinislic government" I for. their appearance at the Authorities of Itraddock tonight announced .:
ped. After! consultation the mayor'scouit
southern,, region' with the remarkable I ) mayor |i lifted from that ,'ounly.I and their ollleials. knew that credits ;Monday morning arid that special policemen would'
issued I order' I the ] were fined .
an prohibiting
ri'-nlt of "II i> per cent reduction in niculenis *- I but despite l IhN order performance the- 'I The mosaic disease has been known ,paid out on I these orders, to men In m tbe aggregate $ 10. be'put nn with the regular" forco immediately I' ..

compared' I with the same' week in America would be used. for ItolshevU- to assigt state troopers in
foreign countries for morning
nale of | many years Sunday
I tickets continued.I .
some little!
boys patrolling Ihe streets. in ,
<>f January, 1918. This record has not and has occasioned great loss. In tic propaganda in .America in our I going through the tho striko.one. ;
sapling ,
been i ,,'11111.,1,! in the other reirimH" and I'orto Rico infected. fields have had the government had then established a Houth of the thicket / .

tl< ,in .i-'-,.,.. "inns hu\e (fonu into I New York ()cot. 22.Rioting broke ,,j I yield cut as much as forty to fifty per- censorship and only permitted. remittances Htl''l't, r""I1"pecan grove on West f'nllCAM I The most serious, fray today occurred .
: II gUIIIIn'I ,
out a,.:tin tonight around the ( 'olllnlnltlJl'I"'n at Hra".I'khrl'o .
; workmen in
'
the national competition determined I.exing-I j I I cent. Recently this disease was disI when satisfied t that such remittances

to stay at the top. ton Theatre when for the second time I I covered to bo in this country. Undoubtedly would not reach the enemy nor I ..'"hin'11J11I.t...1"'It.. '1'1... IIn.1' "' "' ptlt, holtll! the l-Mgar: Thompson plant of thi Oarnegie .
'' hl'IJulltt thn1..IU'k
this week the Star | 'YII
Steel
Opera Company the Company were permitted .
soviet
---- --- I II |! it was introduced by infected government which Ambassador r
it.
produced flermnn over the IIn.1 0111"111tn 1"'puIY 'V. ," In leave the null for their lunch tho '
COVF.RNMF- opera pro- ] Francis ,
had
: INTERVENTIONTO :; I i advised this)
: :
Heed
|: cam? and was distributed by government /
..
" "' ''I till' .rilr ."Ii'rR
test of veterans nf the world a!! first I time since I Ihe strike ,
war.I 1 derlarnd. .
i
wan ,..
PREVENT: :: ; MINERS: ; STRIKE: the name means. Infested seed cane wan co-opi-rnting, with ourenemies. w"11 .
II!! I h, to"11 ,' IImc''r..
I I With several hundred policemen I /" ""pl.'ettn When they attempted to return 'no
invariably produces diseased, stalk I 'il'
milk, ,, ,
.
""/II arl."t" ( holh Mrll.'r.
the theatre column
Wafthinjrton Oct. 21.-Failure. of po-rled around a civifI I, Investigations t ,, made by the agents of It has not been possible. for Ambassador IInti nllllPI'" of tn'I } of/soldiers/ sailors and the mill and ill
operators and miners to nettle' their marines the bureau i,>f plant industry. and of Francis fo give\ the names of thf gale most imlJl..linlelyIi
inns who marched from, Times 11 I htin started' !
differences, after a four-hour conference I iuare| ] the state plant board in running downshipments bank ollleials who called/ him in :
I to the houie were hurled hack: upon I': KMIT: ; itvriurMi\ I \ : /-: NIAKK.MMM : The/ .situation si.. ,
opera on )passed beyondcontrol
today with "crl.'tary.iIoo., of seed l cane into this state thi i< way to trp to prevent. the
and di-spersed, The mob stopped trans-i :: I : r; /IN: MISS; OF/ .\ F.VI-: : of the town
was police utatopolicemen
may force the government! to step in I from, infected areas show that fifty- fi-r of the money from their banks to I|I arid
at Lexington avenue and 5'Jnd street, / wen- >summoned from Kan-
mxl prrvent the strike of half a mil two fields in thirteen localities in sm let agentin America, because it An uecidi-nt occurred! Sunday afternoon
but "before the column hrokrn.hri..k kin, ,'urh\ .
was the
answered I call
lion bituminous. coal miner* called for and bottles sped through the eleven lounties arc infected.The would. jeopardixe their "lIf".v. I Hill : at ( he Kiibiiiban home. of Mr. anilfcs. and TI'y
the
November 1"1.Altboul.'h nir situation confronting the sugarcane Indid comply immodintcly with the ,|I. 1\1. Itrownlee that runic nearcimting I 1111111.1. quickly dcnl',1

another, effort will be growem of Florida is one whirh, request and, rnbli-d the! state department Illlirh lirownlee: , .Ir/" ., the sight I the F"url"1 men wero arrestednnd
mounted
'iiiinle tomorrow to hl.lt1gp..nl'I' to the \Defeat'ed, the .tttai king part> departed unless handled vigorously nnd promptIv. to advise, all American, bank-, of one of his "y,.... This( lad with othir duly in 1 ihe' --! reels ollicers. No remained estimate on of
to reinforcements. A few
influ.itrv, the -trike tonight loomed get having credits to these natioriali'etlKiMum
I thieatens to result in tremendous: childu-n of tin- family' weie chewing : the, :
number of
till and eliw at hand and leadern of minutes later I they reappeared', headed loss and interference with the further banks not to honor cable ordiis I cane and in a spin"! of banter be thi injured was madu by
I truck, containing nearly I j I f authorities, win. said thut most nf
the nnd, by a motor even thnugh sent the private
Iwo sides spenkmir frankly de\elofimont of the, industry.Ilnwexer in gun throwing<' IIIIH- joints! or knots them ;

(Tiavplvnid theie was little, hope. ;i two score men thi,> authorities are fully ind' of the Russian banks without at Mr. Joseph K:. Wilson'' who was visiting : in hand were! by f..r.an.'rH friends and who were taken

While the full scale
miner* and operators wore lines and proceeded about a block bo- of the responsibility devolving sc<"ure confirmation. The suggestion the "fl..." ," tossing the knots tbe

lighting\ their bnttle today behind a fore it was met by a squad of mounted 'I upon, them, ns is Indicated' by the nature j made by Mr. Francis was followj j back ut them. One of the knot* di i I rid assembled steij union orJanlPr. in the

i loseif door a strike I .storm raged in police. The riders charged' into the of the measures. which are being i-d by the state department, but notwithstanding thrown by Mr. Wilson struck the conference. & thuweekly

the senate, federal agencies looked truck and attacked" its occupants, Two made tlio this precautionary'measure They n-portod to
and use of to stamp" out disease ground and rebounded, striking Hugh W. /. /Foster
up the law firmly convinced it of the latter-a soldier and a .sailor and to prevent a further spread. :Mosaic !Mr. Francis '" ,.absolutely j j.satisfied Junior just ben uth ,,,,,, of his eyes, secretary of thn stritcacommittee
that
I I there littliJchange
would "nto be invoked to savo the were injured., one so severely, that the is a di'oase of which comparatively thut the soviet srllvr.rn mont mid! lai ,'ratngtbl', flesh, niomf" flowed !, in the situation, was to

mimtry from untold distrefta and I suffering ambulance surgeon who attended him little is known, what is known is even now sending money to our freely from the wound and! a clot i Iclnrln

with mines shut down and less expressed the opinion that he might however is ,such ast to warrant drastic country for Unll .
than mo"th'stock hand to I 1 di,'. authorities. _ u. __ tonllht
a on keep action by the was hurried to town arid from hero -- A .-- --

..he /fires\ burning. I '" i Under 'the rules. of the hoard when ': j M I(AI' HOOK tarried to a specialist m Jacksonville i: lAIHiS: : ; :

SI' rl'hrVoI.n: left the moetiriK '10 I'KlcrKNT: ; ,\(: : 10cIS an infected field! is discovered that for an operation. His| now recovering ST.H IU'IUIHI

intimation FAIR PRICE: Hilt SIT A It \ infected Miss Amelia Ray of this city who rapidly and I all fear of the be.ing .
without ji\inir the least as Held becomes the center of an eye M 1''. CeorgiMurk; entertained tt

to whati"- :n hi,* mind ni to the I and dangerous zone extending for dearly loved tier nephew l.ieutonant permanently impaired has paM ..d. dozen of her friends 'lasit. Thursday f.temoon .

hope of settlement. | Washington, Oct.! 'i'i.-Concurrencni : one-half mile in overy direction there Ray White, who gave hit life for free- ': - ---- in honor of her housu guestft,

'- - .-- f producers representing !IO per cent from. Within this zone and from It dom's cause at the battle of St. Mihiel AI'1'AltK.MI.V:: Dr. \II ..MANIK I Mrs A. M. Darby and Mrs. DflWittC.

IK\TII: OF IVF\NT: I of the beet sugar output in this roun-i i no sugar cano grown therein may be September 11!, 1'JtH! hold4 his' UKS'IOKF.II: : 'IO I.IFJ-J! .lonos, of Starke.i .

has been received by Attorney Each infected dear that ..he hes to I I
I try med for seed. purpo rK. rnemoiy MJ wi i loom. wen- adorned. with beautiful -
On "rnl I Palmer In reply to hi,. the short tint history .St. tersbuig' Oct. :21! I--With
\ little "lIl1l.'htl'rnlO! horn to :Mr..ind < sug 1 rune" must he destroyed as noon asfound. perpetuate glorioun not I raiden flower anil furnx, and
10 cents pound to the of bin lift To this MKH Ray1' a trace of life about him nnd' his |
Mr Carl .Tone*, of Iraham, Sat- J"tionhat a All apparently healthy cnnos end heart here the Ut spc-ht a happy nfterm .
'inlay, October 18th, The parents. re- I wholesalers was a fair price for tho I within a radius of twelve feet of the ),:ii imttn-rttd into a well ariangedsiTiip "apparently having, ceased, to beat, AI > .

inireal ovor the! aril\lll& of the little new crop. ,mfe ed canp must also be destroyed, book every incident. of the life It. :Swi'tser< a winter visitor from | un.M -i. Kurl r.einpolil ,and I :Ir". Marks

'larirnir, whom they fondly hoped This, is an increase of ono cent over I j t'nder certain conditions the plant of the' deceased! whether told in print Auburn Me,, was picked up on CVntral | wt i both possess charming voices,

would remain with them and briprhten the old price With the price question j hoard may require' the destruction of or in letters. The scrap, book. i I'' well avenue yesterday afternoon and I s> .. -everal duets. and :fr04. JO"t'I.

their home. Hut this wa* not to be. thus ettled, officials expect that all canes in an infected floM. No cano illustrated by means, of pictures- brought back to life by the efforts of j I y, '. \\n n brilliant pianist! "delighted]

The little angel had only made a fleeting great quantities of sugar withheld | may be removed l from infected fields" photograph.*, tuts fiom papers and F.. F;. Wmtersgiil I mayor of (Julfport, f th I, Indies with her piano selection.
i
visit. to earth and after staying I from the market until the situation except under supervision or direction picture post curds, and among the who used artificial respiration. AIr j Ttn In tho afternoon dainty ra-

with the parents one d.iy, departed! became stabilised now will be releas-I of agents of the plant board and then latter are some mado in Franco that Wintrrsgdl declares that the man was'nhMlllut.ly froihmcnti wero si rvcd by the hostess

this life on Sunday October 17th. ed to relieve the shortage. only for the purpose of grinding. :, ure extremely artistic an well an expensive. dead; that thorn was no anslsted by Mi i ses Hibbiint amiSmith.

-. ------ When an Infection Is found In a coun-1 I Miss Ray's industry has been b.-at to tho heart and that he had .
Those. who have experienced pure
joy one day only to have it taken from 1 Griff J. Register prominent business ty the removal of sugar cane from assisted' by good luck in acquiring'valuable ceased: to breathe. A man who said 'I/ hose invited in meet Mrt. Darby J

them the next can picture the sorrow man of Jasper, !spent Thursday that county into or through diseoi data. Though already! very hi: wan an undertaker was with Mr. nnr| Mm. Joni-s were: Mesdames f! ?o.apthall .

of the parent*. But they bow in ?tarke. free areas Is prohibited" Thn rule" !* also (complete her scrap book will probably I Wintersgill when the man was picked Charles Sams, Karl Ix-lo.

humbly to God',. will and ay.. "The provide that no field' of sugar cane continue to "grow in volume. Ajp and the undertaker declared/ roM Stack house. T t Howel A. I.

Lord and the Lord took away! in their lon I In which infection hat been found may This collection will be more and life txtlncttter about five minute fo"er. K.: lj. Cireen

Blessed pave be the name of the Lord." The remains of the 'Infant wer laid b1 replanted! to cane until after thelapRp. more valuable us the years roll by and bard work the uncogxciuOa man opened : .,, Cornelia Smith. Ghidya

The friends of the bereaved parnt to re.t at :Mt. Sinai cemetery. I of one year from the date of destruction will be something of which the White his eyes and sat up, declaring! ha Smith, Fenrn Ilibbanl and Anna I'attilo -

*many.sympathize with them heartily A FRIE.VD.: of all Infected canon. family may well feel proul.W' was feehng nil right. I New Smyrna Nowi.



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CHECK ARTIST STMIKK: TKLKl'HONE: ( 1( LABOR DISHEARTENED I ;II'T; PACKERS AlAKINti WILL TURN LOOSE I'I' J. o. 'I 1IUXI.rI1'1'1111'1: : l-i:)) CO.

KXCIIANCK BOUGHT( EFFORTS TO CONTrtOh ,I \1-\1'<; :: in tO.MMISMO.MUSi : : :

PUTS ONE OVER ONSTARKEjHERCHANTS I5Y II. .1. BISHOP I 1 AT DEADLOCK CROCEIU: IIUSINESS! 'I 3,000.000 POUNDS OF i __--___ v

The board of iss
county rum in 'loners
I
I OF CONFERENCE SUGAR TO PUBLIC met at the courthouse in Sturku Monday "
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The most important business trnn' *- :Menuihis. Oct.0..- 'hlll'lo:" that I }
O<'t. 20th, und was called to, order '
) action to take place In Starke lately the live big Ill'tt! 'pa< loi- .ire buildingI I
!J. of Starke'< merchants by Chairman C. A. I Roberta with
at are i lias Acr..mpli"h.'dthinr:'; -Sccrc- I O\'l.1. Advised that
Washington, :
was the one through which II. A. up\ n monopoly! in the. grocery: businessi | ,
k i i off for the visit, of a smooth :' I i I the following!\ members present: J. M.. +
tary l.ano Advi-c :NewIart; the, ilepn1 1 'nl hain.
Ttishnp, of Jacksonville, on :Mondaybernme / i thro"gh. th ir owner-hip of refiigpra- navy < reserve
i
,ndividual wh. 1 .> tl.i'in woithhecks I __ Hnmnlci' Drew Reddish, O. V. Brooks
,p.issod>: i
/ ,
i
( ) ) of ;
owner of the Starke Telephone tor < ar.< and alleged" discriminations !I.H)0IKO) ( 'pounds --utriir, :Secretaryuuufels I
'- tip the iimuunt of :$40) last Exchange, having! bought! the | Washington, (It.. :Jl. The national' in their favor b>' transportation systems 1 today intimated. that he would and James I"ynolils. .I!

-Saturday uf'i'rnnon. The chocks pur- ,plant, f'ollL., \ K. :'toll: ,.,it t who has industrial conference slate was swept wore under invistigatioii. at u leleasc one-thud of the stock. or l-!'l1)1)0.000 Chairman l Roberts explained: to the
,r''sd, to habeen signed J by .7. U.i clean today and that body brought ) ) for board that this nWI.til1A'VII" railed for
:
owned and opeiuted it fui about five hUll 1'1 nil' begun here before. Examiner: pounds public use to relieve
., i v, Imp, the well known supervisor 1! back to the whore it when the! of
years. point was Iiarteln, of the interstate commerce, the situation resulting from, n purpose signing contract for

n> MM] work in the county, but when I' :Mr. Bishop is an experienced' telephone I I tho session started on October II i by (:[ commJHsioii, of the iompl.lints! of the nation-wide shortage of the. ('oll1m<>,I. I Illw hire of the county convicts until

.ugnatures wore compared they man having been in the but i.I i- successive defeats of the proposal by Southern Wholesale Giocers: Association ity. ,.January 1, 11IJO: by T. J. Knnbb, and .
i I 11 soniblnnco, to the signature of I for the sixteen lie emplojfs for recognizing the right of approving! of bond required, by the!
I III'U past years. in which more than :2,101)! carriersare Tho present supply of the navy
M Ikiwliiu. The i --retnitwho workers to bargain collectively! next I !board.! Also to receive the
has for a long time been an employeeof ; named as defendants Secretary Panel said was sujllciont! I report of

I i them d I -", without any knowl0'1t the Bell Telephone und Telegraph i I..f the substitute declaration! by theconference's i; The ,i-onipliiint alleges that by ship for six month As only a three committee appointed by tho board, to

n ling's/ handwriting, Company and, voluntarily loft their | general committee; thir.l.thl' months examine the work and painting of the
,
,' in surplus usually is
pillIIl'n"'I'I refrigerator kept on
!
ears
"tit !:\ h, uisc there wilt noth- I original proposal I of the general steel) /
employto tll'.(' over the exchangeheio. 1 with pet ishahle goods, which are hnndleilon hand ;Mr. Daniels indicated. it would bridge across New I River, known
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i the ,.u-tiotis. of the stranger tot He took immediate charge ot committee; and! the proposal f"olltho [ faster! trains over greater distances be unjust to retain more limn that ns )Long Bridge, dune 1 by the / -
t .uy f I'i> ion labor arbitrate the. steel
to
j the plant and began on Tuesday group) & Suplpy Company/ under
amount when the
t than ordinary freight the now entire country\
n.. r, limits who lost by the <>;prr. strike., Doth employers and! the, pub- 'ontract.Committee.
i morning the work of making impruvomentv. :- is t
of this, riisml I p8krt"-Irvin an unfair advantage over oxporioiiriiiM: a '.ho rtutr'.
were1, F. F. lic's, representatives voted against the I
Ani"n(7( I the ii'-pn'' "nients I that I ,\ made verbal
meiiil-i'is ,
? inr- $ in, (,, n. v'. SnolU-iov, ('. $;5; 1 latter. of the 11>association who The win- department however, unlike report say
he hopes to make in I II,1, <'nr future is 1 must i I inir I that I they had examined! thn wolkirid
slower
depend" on movement of the t
found that
I U (lull. its
JC many:
$: ( ; Ali.II.jiy Thunw $5. I supplywas
the cabling of some of the wires which In adjourning the oonfeivnce' tonight I of said! !
| Iheii fieiuht. shipmentsRi ,, ,twining low the ( painting bridge iiinl found
\ nf thin, able!, supply hc-uitf
tiI
i :are ti> give a very -
I will prevent them from becoming entangled Secretary. Lane declared! that 'it had the work wall done' and, in compliance
li ti d< cup'" n c.f, tin' bail check. ar- produced [-inlatives I of wholesale'" groceis I minted' an barely sudk-ieiil I. to last until .
I l during storms. | nothing /and! advised, i it tolake '
with ,
the filed with
: / board and
ini1 t and/ iiniiueiriiil iTirani/jitMIIS, in December) > 15th.\ I conl'/wt <
> n"M ins that IK- \ 111! es- 1 Quartermaster<
I Mr., llishop is an affable and agreeable I, a now start by adjourning forI I "'" the liepaid.. Id
thiil.\ 'I 1.1." General; I Rogers wiredall "IIII"I"I',1 lulI li
accordingly
i "Ipioititiii' lie drew some of the I business man 1111.111 I several days while co-ordinating air e\pisttd til attendI :
the young prom- a I heai' /, rune. supply ofliccrs that sales of The lessee for county convicts failing r
i-n i tu' i" order of "J. 11. !Hall" uin-
Ho will bo committee
1n"111IaRoll.! cordially j ji I i of not mote than six members I I
I {
-. sugar to ill the to appear, motion nail second j
and others to the order of \V. A. any one person service! upon '
welcomed! Starke.
to frames of notion I .
a
i )program must be limited to six all matters relating] to this matter .
.
;in ith endorsing them with these :Mr. Roberts has as yet formed no ;I I III pounds per I / .
Defeated I
i at lost
point having
every RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT month and to t than wore laid aver until first .
i >ios when ho gut them rushed) Part Inns for the near future but his : I not more twenty :.Monday ,,1
many the support of the public group which four pounds in, November( 1119 1 !) !). .
month
>f thclI'I' wore drawn on the Hank of per for each family I
j| friends are hopeful that he will reI -I heretofore was on the side of the FURNISHING MONEY FOR II I i
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'* i ko and the oth -rs on the Ilrad"i main in Stnrke.MOUNTED II TIl"pli'aton of J. o. Traxler
workers the labor delegates! left the
"", d i County Hank When they I reach-I'I -- conference I I hall tonight/ disheartened., j CAMPAIGN IN STATES I, Secretary" Daniels, also said he hud I fil' county agi kllltuI11 I agent to finishthe :

II I the hanks they were KOUII ;il"tectoila1 I I Should laUir show a disposition to I sent a message to till ships and stations uiiexpiied, tune of t I.V.. (1"w.I, : :
being for ('rH'''. I ---- of the resignediis' ,
POLICE IN navy railing for strict. to ,
\
[ bolt. Chairman Kane will! undoubtedlyuse Formi-i' Ambassador 1"'lt..d. 'omm.'I'O
"r to 1:11"11Iln I '
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A In the the fir-t
of tU11.) !
economy use sugar us wastefulness w'I'lt Nllvlmlwr.
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the president's letter to avert n itl R. Frnwi"11" quoted, the :Mtinufactiiicrs / '
/OIMVK: !: AG.\I\; ; T ACCIDENTS:'; NEW YORK CHARGE j j ('crisis., It is understood to ri'-stato Record: of last in week in ,by the navy: even if it has an all :,1 i

ON KAII.KO\DS ;NOWVAfii; ; : > abundant supply', : \\ ..ul.1 "not only I lie
300 SERVICE MEN the purposes of the conference, to omphnsie gird, to the methods adopted by I'L"I! RIOTING IS RENEWED. :a
the need iinpiildonublo bill' would I I ,riled I ii Ii.'rrllit ,,
of allaying industrialunrest soviet of 1 Buss :11
government in
i to transfor I .
: milln, railroad I /the ,
i.r nvrrj; up in itself I
employes
----- navy
: : and to plead for more work by Russian American IN THE BRADDOCK
III banks
money
h Ihlll. :States entered. Saturday Soldiers tVcrv'I'ryfng to Stop 1 (.l.'rn1.l11 the - V I

,in,, niHit i n an intensified cam- i Th'nlrl' conference to Hoviut agents in I this country. Some I' I'IFTI'I': : 'I.\i I : o\ STEEL (' :
pi Opera ut' Lexington/ |i - !{ additional' light on this subject \ .I1 i (; i MILL DISTRICT 'f 1
, may
iirciilents
"ir" aun-n-t the national -- I ,
-i.-roiwl :drat prevention drive For I rr.ANT( HOAKD PLACES interest/ our renders. I :Moonshine; l 11 j the Sackful! I'ausonKile I r f

.x w'. '. ,e uling at midnight, I'ri-I I tonight New York charged Oct.a:20.Moi.ntnl crowd of :ton poli'r"rn'-I< | KI.KVKN: : : ('OtT TnSJ : I|i Former financial ollli-ials of the Imi In 1 !I owe :Sleep;\ I I Slnle T"'ll'r. r Hushed InliH (to Scene and
I I'reely
i penal and the Provincial :
da Oi-' :: i. caution and care will (UNDER J : governments Hol
ice men who had massed in front of QUARANTINESteps
''I. r i ( I"t'(1 char! of injuries whn were" personally! known to :SulUMla> nielli, ahem Intern, of out"
the theatre ,
Lexington to .
prevent '
1 I't I which might hn\'(' been duclinn of Ciormnn: whi p.-i I h Token In Stamp Out ;New; Sugar inncis i ailed, on him while ho Mr'l young bloods, and a few whn are" past I'lltsbuu', 41(1.21. -I iotil!: which
broke
opera, upon mil ill the steel mill
I'etiogiiid, and! in u strictly clll1l1I /the" 11'111.lu.'k "
railroad
n "'r-: under govnlrnl. i : II' Cane Disease in Florida youthfultatfc.t carried, on' very
Mayor Hybut had placed an ofTIi" \ .
. I tial I diMiisuioii of the situation out-1 1 1 boisterously., the ut.occasion for the jub- di-lihl" t today was 1'1' u'n.d' tonightwhen

1 .. . uf t' drive is to elim- ban. the sen-Re1 I The :State; Plant Hoard nt its October Lied, conditions. They requested( him'1 ilee being, 'probably, the beginning of' a crowd, of about fifty strikersand
Dispersed by thpolice,
., : in the Hume of the nationalized banks W I"'. !Mott's their sympathizers, clashml with .
r"
"n .1's' humanly possible in-el ing passed certain rules and I I i term as night marshal
hastened l Times ,
i '. 'V, .. accidents,, which, yore I nii-n to Square' 10cruted took other actions which place restrictions to communicate with all the banks inj I as new nigh;' marslials are ulwayaunified 1"\1'11 workmen who had just" leftone
civilian! und
nearly 1,000 < returned of the
stantly tjiko toll of life the . ,1'' United States having credits, of ., in I ,plants shortly before ,rnven!
n distressing I ; on mo 'nH nt of sugar cuno a s i lIIiln.i manner. The '
to the theatre. One ao-'t'oti 0r'
,,1' i 11 i. railroads, and I thus to I the line engaged! in n fight with! thepolice ', out of ,eleven counties in Florida. :flies' naliotmli/.cd Russian, bunks nut t brant.s had l nil fortilled} (' ii ,'In., k One man Will shot durin"thomoloo !

demonstrate what caution would These counties to honor any cable or mail orders with honie-niiide cot-I and many other" We,', .
: mean / laying down a bl1rrt: '," of; arc I DeSoto) F.scambia: even moonshine .
'..i\ in and day out }in the bricks and stones. : Liberty, Manatee, Fnmklm (dailHilcn: purporting" to come from them authorizing faint, odor of. syrup: / and sour, .. State IIII"llrs. nltrnl'too by tho it

"f. f tin-, riilruadt.! Previous' j Jackson! Leon Palm licmh, Pnlk and t them to pay such balances 'pervaded, the s II ir. A 1t''. 'Molt sealng1I I I noise of the light' ,' ,i srunn
midiirti'd in i In the melee several shots wero fired : to any designated and identified, I that tho on their innunls and 1 rode }into tho
i i regions and I Volusia.] This drastic' action of thobOllr,1 )perSons crowd! was too big for, onus
d) < 'I'nnl; 1.l Jl'flads have given an but whether by police or the indig- was occasioned, by the recent in the United! States without first sent word to Chief Kile.. Air i ininn mob., ullinl ,riot clubs frl.ly."hl'n n
I
.I' r v h-il! i.:"n be done. The great nnnt service men, spectators! could discovery in each of these counties of tabling their own Russian correspondents Kite was fast IIt"IIn"/ dreaming' t" troopers put in an appearance, the
. I not determine.. Scores of windows for, ,confirmation. crowd th"1 with a shower ofstiines.
i "movement is designed! to' mm' fields infected with the now and about the chicken )pilau he was going 11..t.o

pn, due a more forcible demonstration I wore smashed by clones and one martine !serious disease affecting sugar vane Tin, s.i ofllciulR/ explained, to Mr., to enjoy for his. Sunday dinner' when( duh. mid, liotIrs( and UN UIic'llfl.,1 r

,\l' t the iii-operation( of indus-I 1 suffered a fracture" of the hip. known ns mosaic, which bus become FI.II "ilhat if :,nuhank oftl-er ,ife.i the ,rude nwaNening!\, nimo Hut he. is man drew n ,'levolvor and

''M, ,,; J'e r the railroads, Various posts of the American Legion established( ,in this country. This most rlu'wl''' to send) ''able >i 1' wiilten! t" orders" used to that and was soon on the f.1 live' shots, one, of which struck I
''
.t.t and authorities had passed resolutions (condemn ill Joseph Dinnock' in (he vicinity of
municipal and ] recent action supplements that previously even cipher, when so ordered' by tho'soviet scene.lly

H" '10 i h'O" in,'-rally, to br.ing; the les- | introduction/ of Gorman opera taken by the (board'I in placingan officials they would be imprisoned. I : this limn most of the celebrants whose home the disorder' / occurred." '

i 11".me I ii. ,.v er.vbody. j scheduled for tonight. Today representatives i embargo on importations of vane All important Russian banks hud reached the headache The troopers I finally ii 1 -,prrsed. Iho 1

I .- tin- t mini: 1 week of last ,J an-I! of the Manhattan naval from other states unless under permit. then had credits in American banks. I wore rather iiiiet.| and of the singe and. mob and arrested" two men" who/ had it
,
ui, .he. fir-t of the regional i safety'' post! waited on Mayor llylan with a ,, When the mosaic disease is stampedout They hail been nationalized by tho five wero arrested. They IrIlV.IIil'other' 'i sustained severe" , injuries" ... in the" light "'

iem'istratioiis. staged in the !' petition that the performance be stoprc,1. I of a county the quarantine will lie r oviet of communistic. government, I for their appearance at the Authorities, of limp l look tonight nn-

.n tlv-rn 1 rl'ICioon. with the remarkable I After consultation the mayor I lifted( from that county. and tlll'irlif',/ lIls knew that credits couit ;.Monday morning nnd, rnlIYOI"S// nounced I I that special i pu"I..nYou', \

ri" "nit) or so' per' cent reduction in ne-l i formancc.issued 1 an but order despite prohibiting this order,the per-j thesale ,; The mosaic disease has been knownin paid out on those orders to men in I in the aggregate $ \19.Sunday we |he'Inf, | | on with the "

1"11'- with America would be used, for I mediately to assist stale I troopers in ,
"inpared the same week foreign/ countries for many years lioNhevis-I!= I morning
of January: 1018. This record has not I I Iho of !tickets ('nn illlll"1. I I I and, has occasioned great loss. In tie propaganda! in America, as our going through the some/ little boys plltrll"gthl', streets in the strike .

.", qnnllo, I in the other. regions! and : )I'nrto Rico infected fields have had the government had then established a I of the sapling thicketsouth I <""L'.

tl1' ,in, i- -T..iliutiiihave. gone into i I New York, Oct. 22.-Rioting broke yield cut as much as forty to fifty per censorship', and only ,permitted, remittances street, found pecan grove on West Call The most serious fray today occurred -

the national competition determinedto out a.ain tonight around the Lexington -t'I cent. Recently this di"'n.Yal< discovered when satisfied that such remittances I a gunny: sack/ containinirton at llraddock' whore tvolkrneu in \
I Theatre when for the second, time I ipiiut, bottles nnd one )pint bottleof the ?:" the
At the would not roach the !! Thompson plant of Clurnogie -
stay top. I I to be in this country. Un- enemy nor "Kit in..." The. ,
nGOViaNMI.q'___-+ __ I this week the Star Opera Company i douhtodly it was introduced, by infected the soviet government\ which Ambassador I sack and its boys brought! t tho Steel Company wenpormittrd, .
produced Gorman over the contents( to Deputy W. W. to leave null for their tho
; INTERVENTION:-'; ;; ; :" i I opera protest | seed cane and was distributed by Francis had advised, this government Kaisilcn' and tI"It'riff 11 IUI'h.
! of veterans of the world war. i"tll<'ers aswell first I lime since, the strike ilerliir-
.
was was
TO PKKVKNT; ;; ; MINERS; ; : :STKIKKWashington IhllIm(' means. Infested seed! cane co-operating: with our IIH the town /
police officers
I I With .several I hundred policemen I invariably produces diseased stalks enemies. make/ expectto (',1.1'1 they attempted to return ,
some arrests of both,
Kellersand .
Oct. 21.-Failure of I po-ited Soldiers around the theatre, n column civit.I I, Investigations made by the agents of It has not. 1 been possible' for Ambassador milkers of moonshine. they were surrounded' by / ,'rlwt "" /1
j of I sailors, marines and Ihe mill gate and almost .
operators and miners to settle their I the bureau of plant industry und of Francis, to give: the mimes of the - . - : ill11lltelyIIJ'ht

differences after a four-hour conference I tans the who marched house from Times hurled square hackand the, state plant board in running down bunk ntFiciiils= who called upon him Inthis I 'A.M.: I: h.Mrr: iivm.M/ ; CAAII: : NR.11t; I I I The lug' situation.llr".d,

today with Secretary Wilson |Ito opera The were mobVa'4 1 shipments of seed lane into this statefrom I way to trp" to prevent I the transfer /H.NDIM:: / : ; IN: LOSS or\ ,1EYE: : : soon passed beyondcontrol ?
stoppetlut of the .
.
dispersed town police and statopolicemen
may force the irovernment to step in I infected, areas show that fifty- of the money from" their bunks to I k
and /5Jnd, street
:
mil prevent the, .strike of half a mil- Lexington avenue brokL'n.hrick" two fieldin thirteen localities in soviet agent-4 in America, bociui-je! it An ..lecident! oeriirieil' Sunday/ afternoon wensummoned from HII- .

but Mieforo the column was nenrliv. I tho call
lion bituminous cool miners .called for the eleven counties are infected. would, jeopurdi/e their safety.. lint at the mihuiban home of M,r. and i kil. Th..yI"wer.,1
and bottles spoil through iiioiintit-d. ,
ipiickly the
Vovi'mhor I 1st I. air The situation confronting the sugarcane he did, comply ,immediately with the M1"' s. ,I. 1\1.| llrownlre 1 that came near Fourteen.0 coart.t ..! ..

,though( h another effort, will be growers of Florida, is one which request 1 and l cabled the state ib'pntt- ', C'II"tillJlunh/ /llrownlee, ,|/i'.. the sightof i ,1,1.the ,,, men )
made' 1 thoindustr Defeut'ed, the attai king party departed unless, mont In advise all American banks 0' I i 'and ,1111,1 nll'.r" remained on .,
tonioniivv to bring peace to A few handled vigorously and promptly one his eyes This lad' with other duty' 'in the ,.,.,. estimate of
tintriko. tonight loomed to get reinforcements. threatens t to result in tremendous, :' having credits to these nut ionnlbe.lltus children of the family wore ,chew 'i'thi': ,l. '

loll and rlosi', at hand nnd, leaders of minutes later. they reappeared I. headedby loss and interference* with the further ) -um bunks not to honor cable orders { mg' i-aiii. < and ill, a -ipinl' of banter lie 'the number', of... in lured was mule by ;

the two .-I'd.-.peakmt; frankly nmjirtiivplv a motor truck containing nearly development of the industry. , even though sent in the private gang throwing' the ian" jomls or knotsat |I'i IIlth"l.il., ,,; wh. Knit that most of t:

.ril, tll"I"HI" little hope. i i two score men. '' However, the authorities are fully iodi of the Russian banks without Mr." Joseph K.; Wilson. who was visIting : 1"1 hand were r"rYn'rl. wero. takenin '

Wlnle. the full.. -eale" ommittot's rep The truck dashed through the poll o aware of the necessities of the cam1 tabling! to their own correspondnnts. ,.I I at the /lirownlee, hOI11"I/ ,. returned bv rrh"I. and not sent tolllMpitllls :

i i-ntii -r miiieis and operators wero lines and proceeded about a block bo- 'nnd of the responsibility devolvingupon to secure confirmation. The suggestion the ""no," tossing. the knot- All the

liirhtuiR their battles today behind a fore it was met by u squad' of mounted : them, as is indicated by the nature I made by Mr. Francis was follow j I I back at them. One of tits knots ill, t triclassembled HI.I .union organizers In the

)losod door! a -..triketorm raged in police. The riders charged into the I of the measures which arc being "d by the state department, but notwithstanding thrown by Mr. Wilson struck the hero today for tho
't weekly conference.' reported' to
''he sonoti'. and' | federal nireneiei! look- truck and attacked its occupants.' Two made use of to stamp! out the disease this "precautionary'measure ground and rebounded, striking. /Hugh VV. 7.. 'Ih..y

'I 'in. the I late' firmly convinced it of the latter-a soldier and a sailor, and to prevent a further spread. Mosaic Mr.! Francis feels absolutely ]i Junior just beneath one' of his eyes, I Foster secretary If the strikelommittee.
that there
.. 1 injured), one so severely! that the is di. of which satisfied that the soviet government und lue ,. I was little
i.nltl) 1 11t"t be invoked to save the wore u 'ease comparatively -rating Ihl'I/ ... Rlooih,, /flowed I rlinngo in the situation( to '
..i'',nitrv,t frill. untold distress and suf- ambulance< surgeon who attended him little is known, what is known ,is corn now sending money" to our I freely from the wound. and a clot ac'orlns
.
emont at it
s nnnoiiiii I
".'nlt, inih mines shut down and less expressed: the opinion* that he might however is such as to warrant drastic! country for Rnlshcvistii propaganda. was formed over the sight of the eye. 11 ters tonight. h"/.1'1IJI| )

than a mn, -tl-- tock on hand to keep die !i,I action b>' the authorities.. --- A Ho was hurried 1 to town and. from hero - -- .- -.-

he fires burning. I Under the rules of the hoard whenan (I.MIJl'i( : S( 'I U \ I' HOOK; carried to specialist in Jacksonville A'I'.\ ltl(1' I.ADIiS: '

S'". ret nM111n left the meeting 1 1')0! 1'F.UCKNT: ;; ; .Hmr-:11; : I0(' infected field I is. discovered that for an operation. He is now recovering IIOICI

vMthimt' .ni"ithi, ,' least intimation as IS FAIR I'IICE! FOK !SI TO All Held becomes! the center of an infectedand Miss Amelia Ray, of this city who rapidly and nil fear of the eye being Mr'. (;ieorgo Marks n

I tn what . n his mlnlI... to the I< dangerous zone extending for dourly loved'! her nephew Lieutenant, permanently impaired, has. passed. dozen of her friends last. lltlailto Thursday afternoon

'here' nf settlement.lK | Washington Oct. 22.-foncurrence :,i, one-half mile in every direction there- Kay White, who gave his lifo for true - -- in honor of her houao

.--- of producers representing( 90 per cent ;,;j from Within this. zone and from It tlom's cause at the battle of St.: Mi- '': AI'1'AKKMI.V Ilk \D/ MAN Mrs A. M. Piirhv and Airs UIWltt jleAtl.

\TII OF INFANT of the beet sugar output in this country j I no sugar cane! grown therein may be hill September |U L!, !1'JIH! !!, hold hisnll'mo' is ll'M'IOlFl: < : > 10 i.Ih'El f. Jones, of Starke.

', has been received) by Attorney (reel for st'fd purposes. Each: infected y ,.so dear that who wishes to I 'mom-, were, adorned with I b au-

\ little,' il.mtrhter" was born to Mr. 1 General: Palmer in reply to his suggestion rune must. he destroyed ns soon a+ perpetuate' the short but glorious history St P,.tershug. Oct. :2ttith!\ nota I tiful gin.1..1 flower and ferns, and

in' I I1", f'arl Jones, of Graham Satl.iy. hat 10 cents a pound to thewholesalers (I I found All apparently healthy canes of his life. To this end Miss Ray' trll' a of life about him and his heart here" the irui'itt spent., a happy after

'. 0,1,1') , l sth The parents red i >. was a fair price for then within u radius of twelve feet of the )I" < iMthercd, into a well arranged apparently having ceased to beat AI| .

.;! ." 'Le! arrival of, the little crop |I ,mfi"'ed cane must also bo destroyed -.crap hook every in<'ident of tho life H. Sweetsor u winter visitor from I noon.M 1 <. 1 f.eiopold and Mrs. Marks
> ,1
%
!r "
,.it-liner. whom they fondly hoped Thin. is an increase. of one cent overthe i I! Under, certain conditions. the plant of the deceased, whether told in print Auburn, Me., was picked, up on Ten- ultli, both possess charming voices,

, w'uld remain. with them and! brighten old price. With the price question j I I hoard, may require the destruction of "nin letter The scrap book i i- well trill avenue yesterday afternoon and s, several duets, and Mrs. Jones,

'hi ,ir home Hut: this wa not to be. thus settled, officials expect that all vanes' in an infected foot No cano illiisttiiti-d by means of picturesphutographd brought hawk to life by the efforts of I IE. I' w's a brilliant pianist, delighted

The little. anirel had only made a fleet- great quantities of sugar withheld may be removed from infected fields cuts from papers andpicture K.: Winterkill, mayor of iulfport" la"icl with her piano' ...Io"totl

earth and after staylnjr from the market until the situation i except under supervision or direction post cards, und among the who used artificial respiration. 1\11'.1| 1 ->fn In the afternoon refreshments -
visit
.ntf: to day 1 departedfhe became stabilized now will be released nf agents' of the plant board and then latter are some made in Franco, that Wintersgdl declares that the man was I were served by tho hostess
vth the ,
parentone October: I 17th to relieve/ the shortage. only for the purpose of grin/;nR. ,, are extremely artistic as well aa expensive absolutely' doud' ; that there was no assisted by Misses" Ilibbard and 1 a'
life
on Sunday, -. When an Infection I.l found in a county Miss Ray's industry has beenas.stcd heat to the heart and that he had! I Kifiith.'ihoso.

Those who have experienced! ( from pure Griff J. Register, prominent business the removal of sugar cane from ', ( by good 1 luck in acquiringvaluable teased to breathe. A man who said invited l-i meet Mrs. Darby
have !it taken
lot, one! day only to the sorrow man of Jasper spent Thursdayin that county into or through: dl>IP.II"P-" data. Though already very hi- wan an undertaker was with Mr. end Mrs. J m'-s were: Mesdames. flea

hem the next: can picture But they bow Rtarke. free areas 1 Is prohibited. The rules also I complete, her scrap book will prob- I Wmterigill when the man was pick Marshall Charles Same, Karl f /lo.pnld t

of the parent provide that no field of sugar cane ably continue to grow in volume. ed jup and the undertaker declared Stackhouse, T. J.. A..
"The
hllmbto/ ro.i' will and say their los,. in which infection has been found maybe This. collection will bo more and life extinct. After about five minutes I PO"Hlr. E. L. Green, Howel. 1,
in Tibblr
Lard pave and the! Lord took Lord.away": The remains of the infant were laido replanted to cano until after the more valuable as the years roll by and hard work the uncnQiicioUS man opened and Misses Cornelia Smith. Gln-fys

Blessed be the name of the > re.t at Mt. Sinai cemetery.A I lapse! of one year from the date of destruction ! will, be something of which tho White his. eyes. und sat up, declaring/ he Smith I.'url 111hbnnand/ Ann I'at-
of the bereaved
friends I
The
many parents FRIEND.:" of all infected canes. family may well feel proud was feeling all right I tilo New Smyrna
sympathize with them heartily



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',..: .t.Ott... I f irp "h,. vrn mnql'lr>--""'. ccnci"nun.'; ,i'e I' i 1 'tsis lIhl.n,1 to '1'\unl. slie < rept" nnd felt her WilY have IIIY"11"1 iniwled, up heie. for of her few pairs .t tun t..ll.. AI' .

+ )MITIlin! inii-lii [r,1 OIK' i 11"1" t rltl l,.'<' I was-i 1'1.\ ti> Mi- 1.1: '> mivil, up[ In It," over it with her hands. ,discovering the fun of It", her riding skirts IcioUt .d shabby i' ..
left JUKI "Mr'" So sa.vlng/ lit held. In | ho i inn,'ludi.d, I"** .: ..rl! IIJ ,h'II1''un: 10thlnl until she had almost reached "I've been trying to think" she returned fretfully Inspect'! 11"1; tint jj:,

Nan gf 1 one I hllltl: ,the loaded iinlrldge') iinil/ InIII out, "-miAmi i 1'11'1',' to think ofi Spain's retreat at the further side. and he "I"'II.,1" I hi,. (II 1 1.1'1. "r"IIIIe out I the i, M-I' HIM' n* ,..
killed that in an nsonyof ness of hvr Mill'e how at \".i\, .sin leltIn occasion, wlilli. i t tiniiTMil I''
: ( ,' """lI'r tllP ClllplJ( revolver.olive i Hi" nrv |I. S|"inn *: Mug Then her heart stopped IJII'I'led =11
I 1 "" asked I Illi' to. K-n\'." h,' "ii,,;,:;rfesieil: ,, looking fear-underneath the ..1''hul/l11, giving him the least bit ot intoitnutlon. , with inoii. than 1'1 ,

M'usicIountain <\' '"llO'h nl ulial .Mill tell in" N true. ,,11:11111"111111." 1 tiAMinl the door ofI wnll she heard voice, *. l>e Spain "wliether I ought to tell Joiianything un her trotililcHonn* ludr acv rtnn

I limit, Know III: it I inn ,believe. my I the barn, and sU-nill'nmlv: / away again. confederates, then, und, had tricked I at all-" I .table. It ..(,..11.,1., in her IlliDi .

nun i ,vis, mill I /believe .inn nn> not In I "that I Heiuy. wrnt down there lo pit'k u her, a/ter all. "1 couldn't verv ,decently, take any .> stpntn VMIV sltlini' ; with tniignliiM
]/ : I fondltliin,, to do minli Injury', even If tight with the lio>.s. J'.tn," lie serreil Hut, moment Inter this expltnntlonfulled unfair advnntape<< afti'r what you'xe, I r"I., and, tlm look, un

't.\ you i'iiiiii* In1" !'!* with Unit 11111'1tllln'IIU, cr.'l'tI"III1| >'. "I hnj'M'ii/ | to know that to mitlsfy her. The lulrlulKI done, could 1?" face was one of ittlecMlon find' tr*
I will <<<-i.|'tiiinly losejotir life If you move wasn't xo." were ton ctmstunt and tit "1h"I-'OI me In Morgan's" gil)." 11111..1. rather than .of in tion um.i .
'
it 1. ... from your hiding! plnce." I I "1'111'11" h..1. .did he. go down there edIt dawned on :Nan; thtit this must\ she Muli, "m 1f I;. us If she wanted'! It I Ision. Hut he looked. so restored

I Mii Marled. away. He leaned) toward" ) furV" 'dini'inded. ( Nun Indignantly, but be ik'lliitim. She could, hear ni Spuln off her mind.. his liilef piilod of nourlshmi."M"

t; 'J her. "j>;I..p. ," hi* sahl i>i'iriii'loi] ,'ll>, i 111"1 wai'lly. throwing I hll..i. from side to side, There wus no mutcim. at of auipilse' Nun, when "he h'IIW,1I, on tlw *.
By raising himself with wrenching: effort. i, ;JIcAljiln) the Klfuiitlou. now In liund. and the. near and, far Hounds, as If of neither \ time any answer. "I

: :.. ; FRANK H SPEARMAN j>;Something: tli<> stern e.ve liildher. ' took. his time to It. Ho /leaned, forward two voices. were ,']explained.. Shu crept supposed.. "h"1 1 found you here, >'oii
I" J Author of "WHISKbKINQ SMITH'IU.irl UN extended. liniiil pointed toward. I' In a manner :'alc-iiliited: to invite lontl- nearer.He knew that," ..h. ndded less. resolutely ;
"
,. I her a" arbitrarily us If, Instead./ /Ijlnghelpless tI"II'ellth..ut. giving: oIT'II"t'11"; was bll.llnl In the < tdll darkness the darkness and silence were plainly

.,..x.-: ..... I ut her feet he ruuld cotiimnnd Nan" suld he slinpl/.. "Henry de Spain /I*>u t 8 IIIllnl 101. urging lento n strain. "You are at the foot of Music -

; ,Ht ujr clM ..Bcribnuf Bonn /tier to Ills bidding. "I want to u k you was here, with ,mi', sitting right there make haste, warning 11"1 of some- mOlltlllo. nbnut I mile from where
H question.1 1','":* told .Mm the, truth 1 where. .Mill are silting" In that ihalr, ole eOllln Nan listened' ) to his ratings ' I live"
It CHAPTER XI. hn'e Just oni, i ii1111il;.:i.. If you nre not lit teen minutes before that light overcome! by the revelation of "101 ll' have I thought. / i. uifunt to
, f'i begun, 1 told. you he never went down his condition. She told herself he must ruld your I 'i-c, . I .1.III't. I was lilt
'
", ,!'il\ Parley. I'" V MH M. M"It's 1 there to light.; Ho you want the proof die If he remained Imigtr unaldc'd.!, and, I I Rot mlx'd "t'p In trying to get uwayI .

" iT. She stood In..Mile the rock from Ill tell. .Mill-I wouldn't, want anybody. there Wl'roIJI'I lInl possibilities, If I 1'ull11111 me tnt of he-re?"

wllch the ledge, / vim reached from below ) else lo J.u..w-wlII. you keep It?" he ,lh'c I II.i \" She did. not \nut "VcO" much.. "

J' I ""I Olid 04 11 slit. had Just stepped'' up .Nun .'''','IU..tI IndllTi, 'rent" "( illIs are to pity, or to help him, she convinced. "No 11'I't than I wunt to !get out.
I I 'Into night lli't Hit/ .* \ms HII heli) In I not supposed, to ki ep set'rets," ulie suldobKt herself. ; but she did not want his death I'erhaps by foil-now' T could walk n'few

''e"'I 0;" bulb hands.. Unit II i ould! .he Hred, from. finitely.Her luld, to a Morgan I'lot-tor none of his miles, i sl.o,id!, "( "i,s"LSS,

her hip/ mid ill' '110'11| close quarters IIl1rl'1I1"rI'll" not to tie balked. friends would ever" believe l>e Spain I iinte someb'i 'iv.' 'lo get some iiiinavinltion.

Wltli deadly iiiiiiia<.>. As she stood. I. pointed. to the tout-rack on the had found his w.iy alive and, alouo ."
with .situ.tied. e.vi -. llxeil on Ills haggard \ In front of them' both., "'Ihere. U to where he lay. I "It wouldu L. lie hll.t for you to dothnt

'.. liue" her HI ,mlcr neck and poised.) ')' de Spain's tout. lie \11t\ :mf It All of this Nan was CIStU"II til I p.esume."
r 1 heud! worn very liiniillur, to Do Spain. I theiu' just /liel'urche went down lo tin,' her mind us she wllkeol hold I Her vvYrrds. and her tone reveliled the

1 .I' .,, And her expression' while It reflected inn. Inder 11, If you look, you 11 find. ] already)' decided, but without Intensity of her dislike and the depth

; iier, horrified. iiiiuni, did not cumeal I Ms 1 belt of i'a Uriels s. lion't take m.\' ronlls'lng It, what to do, nnd was willing 01 hc-r distrustIK -.

I her UDKcr uinl uun i \ at the HlKhl! of wordlook. for joiitsilf,' to assume that her mind wns still was ..1"1'1't ini I moment, llnui '

, him. Unaware. ul ilie. ful'bidding "spectacle I (ilvlng: this 1110"111111" time to. sink open.Toward. i h" K/I.I.. without 1.'lItlllt. "You arc

I f he picsinti, I He Spain' swipt' by In, Mi.Mplu. (..1111111, <. Nan's eyes hadtumid daylight! of the 001'11111(, Dey 1 ashamed nlreiuly, of suylng thnt, nren'tI

' ., II briiliisloi, at lln' iipLiciirani' ) 'e ot this despite IH'I'I ImlilTeielire, to t the JIM In drc'iimeil he was not alone that I )'Ol?"
, It Murgim; -the. only olio of all tlie. Mor lint :. but ..Il unthinking more Intentl.v I llgure moved silently In the falntness "No, I nui iiu, she uiisvMitd. diII ,

.' 'I ,. guns lie ,had.. not uncled COM'ling him about the lielt which MiAlplnassi'i'ted of I the dawn-u llgure/ he struggled to intly.
.j '. and walling l<> deliver his death wur- <<1 hU1I1 under, It. "You want to I believe 1 reality, but one that trllkedhlK "Yt'll. you ure. You know It Isn't ttine.

rant-felt a fury' sweep over him ut know \hiI Il' ,dltl. go ""WI to the hotel vvundcrlng'Scnscs anil left him, ut If you lwl..tl It, you ncvi.r

i :' the wild! (bought Ihnt sho/ meaut to kill foi that uftiiiioi.il'! | happen to know the coming of another day, weaker would have brought t food here to save

him. that, too," averiit! 1IIc.\lpll. Hitting with falling courage, and! alone. my life..

t. 1 Whateverlie. niiniil to tin, lie could) down. but r"MII..tfllly, on the edge of Hit when he ('opened his eyes later "I brought It to save some Of my His Heart Jumped at the Sight of ---

{ no mule Ilie at this girl, e\rn hud he I the ilinlr. .1'lrst I want to Buy this : IworJ..d ali with a cltarer head, ]\>t found) foot own people from possible death at | Young Face.

'. ,"I \ a thiince and In realized he was at for your L'n.l. Duke fiveyears. and drink near. I'nnble to believe his your bll ndsto pr."vent another light--
,
at sunset, would not have known -
:
"t. \ : I her nierty-than he could at his winter to. see If you hnda't manhood enough
-/ wreck she hail seen In the same p
i ,;' IIi paused to give Nun chance to whenyou
anil he lay with Ills eyes bent on hem, a utter being 11:111.0. to go nwuy. ,
A' I'' trying to rtad IHT. purpose' lie reudIn dispute thu statement if bhe so desired.Then I were able! to II"VI peaceably. One the w..k before.
r e I His beurt at the Right '
(j ., : htr fin:* only' irfdiorrcnce and conilemiiatloii. taking her despairing silence asan cartridge might mean one life, dear" I jllm.,1
'. ( her clear, tot. >
tndoiseincnt" of Ills position In glvIng 1..1' young 111 nll
} ami filt la no wuy moved to me. '
t to argue her verdict.. "1 suppose. ," he Only Fair I Should Know It her a confidence, he went on : "I know wliosisilife you mean." leUII' eyes surveyed. him quest loin, K-

}; j I IIull. at length' m>t trying to disguise Now-Isn't It7" "Henry du Spain Is .1'11.1." he Bald (|iiletly. "You know nothing about what 1 he IIl'rlllbh.1. hla feet. .
I I "I u m going to trump out of hi i
'l She eyed him without minlia.s I
his bitter resentment' of her no mean.
'
' 1. presence, going\ : to send. your >uln nnd! his menhere. tomorrow night," hc confided. to 'iI i-
'j I 'ou'Vtt winking. "I It, If hewasn't. "1 know better thuu know your
,) come to llnlsh me. w"IIIII't 1f'1 you
It fair I should knowIt
M only I
after his thanks. "It is Saturday
I Ii" \ f Ilia Hlilrt stained am) tattered for The boy's d..ll! And he wasalwayn self. If I iM-llevcil you, I shouldn't | I
,now-Isn't It? '1 ,
lot of your men will be In Sleepy Oat -
: tf blindages his hulr talking about you. (iod'a i respect you. I'eur und. )' ure twodifferent
matted In blood I'l lf'rc
.
onhln 'Mv I, loiisln \\nlllnleil, she snld.piiiislng. 'I and they won't nil be very ke n
truth and slncu he's dead It <
; noone I thought 'lU'
things )
II } I forehead his eyes Inlliiined 1 andsunken And then with indei! ..islon'If : I I sighted! on their back. I can ,-".
: hU nps 'rusted. and to t.1 It to you, though Id l..v"r were only afraid ., me, I Ihoullll't ,, way
i swollen / Mm Ma.bile' 'iiilelly| you are notlikely | a good start outside before dayls t tj >
the birthmark fasti'ned breathe it to another. He wan fairly think much of your old Lsl"I1-1 j .
vividly hla
on to be tnolexled.'/ She heard him with relief. "What
[ cheek Hindu him gone ou )'ou. never took the life of any man excipt I|j
,
r a di-Hperute sight. He- Mie stepped' iluun from the .ledge will do then?" she asked.
you
him don't hare to knock me down to defend! my own- I|I
gurdliig Nun
steadily, as bewildered us noiselessly. as she hail ('"m.'. Shaken 101 .. Watdi chance to cruwla ,
every
( I us If she hud, suddenly come on by I the discovery she had sn uneieitcdlv | lss OOOIU. to put me wise about a "No murderer that ever took uny- I I mile 11,1. C'alabasas. Hy the waj .
I man's keen on a girl I'm a mnrrled body's life la this country ever said 1"lIr'r
u greut wounded lit' of
oat still 111'1111
,
, 1 prey made. Nan retieated almost pi'eitpltately he added, his glance resting ou
declared :MeAlpfn with but that.: I.r
f dangerous, made man, anything
no response to Ids from the spot.' And 1 the right side as he noticed the absence, ofer
I ', L word. The two stured ut each other question of what to ,do worried, her as modest.! pride. "He thought all the "Don't class) me with murderers." |,' holster, "where

,I \ ; leflantly and for another moment Insilence. HUH'h as. It worried' I'e Spain. The time he was fooling mi I nnd keepingcovered. "You are kno'llI from one end of the today" bhe made no' your protector"Fine

J' "If >oii are, going to kill me," whole' range had! bei,ri xhiiken by thet'lilabasas Now, that IItl4.'rlltOI he cameIn country to the other us a guntuuu." I form," he said (' InMwer."to come unarmed -
i he continued looking Into her eyed tight. K\en the men InMurgan'g here kind of moody.. It was n anniversary lie answered Impassively : "Did I on un errand"Ily.of mercy to .>

\ without OilY thought/ of appeal, "da It : /gap, supposed/ <<1 to I be past for. him. nnd a hunt one theday these men who ('ul me u gunman ever I j "
: his. father was shpt from ambush desperado.
quick. musters' of the guiiie' played In theilosed tel you why Im one? She seemed I i Nun with vexation. "Per
Something In his -a good. many years but | In too hostile mood to "I'' 1lsh..o
,
long, unyielding room at Calabasus, had been. 11111. I ulswt'r. haps you've forgotten you left a ''urtrljge .
'.f ,; gaze Impelled. her to break the spellof stunned. by the NMHof. the few minutes nary one of us had forgot Then guess"not. he went on. "Let me t.J t belt behind once yourself) she

'. It. "What are you lining here" with Jeffries, new- man.Nan. he 1111'1''I1.tI to see your pony-tlilx you now. The next time you hear tn returned swiftly.De .

'.' she demanded! with linger, curbing her who had heard I but one side, of mime pony. )'UII'r. tiding tod.iy-aHtandlng called I gunman you can tell Ih..O. i i Spuln, ( finally laid ''illingers
''I bin k there In the boxstall.Ho 'uIII'kt'tl.
voice to control her excitement. "1 won't she exclaimed! resUve. '
us best the pictured. the from 1"I'n.
story aggressor the butt of his
f empty
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; .: ihe could.l I, asked,! If' whose It was ; and he I 0"1 r.
t" the tale of the two \\hit IHcd to tellnf ,MilT. "How. did you find that out
{" j >i> Spain, mill looking at her answered ,the horribly shaip' action with him. asked me about you, and by jinx the'way When He Opened Hi* Later, He "Yes, you will listen," he suld qul i ietly She tossed. her ..r-'

', ..j ,' it. only after n pa line. "Hiding. ," i iho Hut Nun's common. sense whispered to 'I he perked up when I told, him Found Food and Drink Eye Near. I ; "you shall heur every word. My1 I only a IWI'I feet 1h..y.apart, I",
".. said harshly. II you ,'rl ( In on the stage that I'euc'tt 8t/1.101
Into the
'nlllll father brought sheep
herthateer" might, be said about Spain himself now h
I ;, "Hiding to kill other 11I"111" Nan's I| Spain' starting the tight, that one 11"1 Ifl'r..1I1"I..nIl. I heard you'd been sight, he fancied his wavering senses river country. Hie cattlemen picked his left MII'P"11111 hllli high up against the wn\ '
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1' t ,I uccuHiillon as she dutclied! her rifle''' "...k..111I1I room with four. enemies, Kll., was going down to the" deceiving him, until he put out his! I on him to make an example of. He: Nan, with her lightly ugiUn*
wns alinoHt explosive, | .dangerous In un alTruy, was not likelyID hntl to get a cup i if coffee1 for you hand and felt actually the substance went out, UIUU'I..t one night to take both had become Hh"llh'r quI//icnl. "O'lnpeople '

I He regarded her molly, and with the begin a light unless' forced, lit. -- I McAlpin, like any good! story-tiller, of what he saw, lie took up n bottle care of the horses. My mother heard I. forget too, wus till li"said.
th'-I.
I j Interval he l.ad hud for thinking, 4da 'inne. at least, hut a madman would .do IIIS already" un his feet again. "He of milk Incredulously, nnd sipped at It two shots. He didii't come buck. hw..nt .

'j..: wits were clearing. "Do I look like 10 :.lid,) It, he exclaimed, "and you knowwhat I with the caution of I man not unused to look for //111. He wus lyingunder "No." he protested, "I didn't forxel ,

t a man hunting for. a fight Or" he L'nliappy and! IrrcsiYlute, Nan, when lie "got when he stepped' into the to periods of lW 1"11 tlou. He broke the corral gate with I liolv not that Ihl" I went over to the
t.:1 t't added, uuce she uide' barroom. He took hold of De Spain'scoat and swallowed them, at Intervals smashed through hi Jaw by rltle!
no answer. "like she got home. was ghid of an excuseto I eggs u joint to get u cup of colTeu and ixpectetl '
,
: 1'. a man hunting fur and held It nslde to enter bin from the and meat htt bullet that his heud half off. DeSpalu
t a quiet spot to die ride to C'alabasHS for a (In'k.t of hungrily .hf'l; tore to be buck within five nilDUlinevir "
\ In?" exhibit. .r.r. he .clllcllld..o. 1M cached animal-like, nearby crannies did not raise Ills did
l Iresslng coming by "ftnge. Irom' Kleepy vol't. nor of lulu benrtrap.
"1 know you are a murderer" I'nt fur (iiile. who lay wounded ut SaltMoigiinn I his cllr.lr.ll.. 1"I hllllll'lnl there )'et. I' nnd. manlike. In his (pockets. I he hasten his words. "I wirt bora ." tll"11111 drtv walking his revolver 111,1 l

In spite of his weakness) he Hushed."No ; ; and, eating a hasty luncheon The "boy Is IIholl"n't I "'1 He wus deteimined, If she should one night six months) after that" he breaking le It ncgligciiiry.. / took oat ,t

t ," he exclaimed sharply. "I'm not she ordered. her liorst* and! s(.t out. I you? cOle again to Intercept his visitor. continued. ":ly mother died that single cartridge. "Take this" H* :
a munltrer.! If think If-he Nan rode home much more tcltl't, For forty-eight hours he tried night. u neighbor's wife took
you pointed Should* she tell her l'1I1'1o' I 'Hike ofIliidlng Clt-IIIPI 'Vb"1 held the cartildge In his left hand 'AU''I
t contetiptuou-d. her wide "you lie j Spainheneer;,, \ she decided m.. bl'wltl..r'.1 tliiiu when she had with an occasional sandwich to keep me from her 111'1 and wrapped me In u took two ha HI n,' steps toward b-r-- ,
have jour rifle use It !" that she must, something In the rll"1 over. Strangest shuck of alt up his strength. Nan returned unseen blanket she suw I carried the face since you lire unarmed, I will be. too. .

,.' ./ "You mine tere to hide to kill Homebody ri'dilUctlon, of II.. "IIII1'" <,ondltlon. unm that thla man of all other men "boul.1p..tess and dl"IIPP"IIa11! despite his .of my father us my mother hud seen Not thnt this puts us ou an even foot l' .
r I" she exclaimed. .filed. her. resolution.. Tales enoughof to cine for her. She had watchfulness. A ,'\ supply of food I It the night he wus muro'rt1 That," Ing. I don't mean that. NoUiIntwould. ,\

". '." "".'hllt do you tnenn by 'here'! ? I blooilthirstlnesti, his merciless tihown auger ,1)1 :McAlpin dared proved she had h..1 near, but that It he suld, "Is what made me u gunman.' { You would be too much for ,\!
1 ..' might hotter "hpeuk of ; at least, flu' thought she would. be hard to time her coming.When I Not whisky-not curds ? ,
I.'kI h) you (un.e here i'tin'lencj'. his e\,r-ready t raff and ('onNtinminte I "olen-not In any klul of a contest, urmed ,,' ,
: \. he r..tort..oI. "I don't km in' where Iam. duplicityiie, funilllar toher. hlll.n,1 she "tl dhl not know how she did ('''III' the third Just what you've heard. And 111 tell unarmed.Vhut. l\\

: I>o I look as If I came here by \ )'et only a few of tlicsi< storiesiiipealed ealllcleiitly to resent the thought of an innocent snare th'l'ov'ret her tle'l you something else you may tell the "\ do you m..llu'" she demanded ';

i choice?" He paused. "I.Islet.," htt |' li> :Nun's; inniile convictionsof I 1111 h audacity on IV Spain's (part. 111.. It was Just before day, 1111 men that call me I //lU II 111 n. The'man to hide/ her. cOltll.loo. And all"miw } ,
Ik l ,, wtl.J, ijtiltv master .,if himself, ':1'11 tell truth and jiisflie. She livid annAig ''ThlI 11. to oay the least, a further Spain had. so ""IIt'r't small obstacles I j that shot down! my' father at his corral that each he took cost pain.

t7 I"" you why I cane. I shall never get men who were, for the most part not iwkvvanl compilation for her t..l'JII". -handfuls of gravel lIutllth' chips of gate I ]haven't found yet. 1 e1l.el to IIldllflly concealed."I step. !
She already had enough tn "" rock- should cross ledgoIn I find him. I'or tin J've'lieen getting '
tilhe. .h. yeurs "
awuy -- hit "
truthful In small
ItIlYWII} you inn have the <>r dependable. even 111"111 he suld, )'OU ar te i .I
I 1 truth If y-m want It. I ,,"lofT my things/ .-how ('mild they be relied on to fhein. the dark she could hardly escape ready to find him. He Is hereIn this cartridge as u remembrance. ot ay -

( horse. In thelight tOl get a drink. Hebolted. tell the truth about I>e Spain's motivesand rousing him these 10Ulltllll". I don even fVra"lllllt'M" and your udventnre."
). I couldn't walk. I cllm'ied! up : iinidiiit? As to his deadly skill CHAPTER XII. The device Ijj-trajed her. "I'm I know his DI I". Hut If I II V". IJ find! She drew bin'k. "I don't wunt If. '
.I here to Mile till my' VMIUUISI. heal.. Now, with arms, no stories. were needed, to awake," announced! II.. Spain ut once him. AII.I"I.D 1 do. 111 tear open Ills "'11." It."
f I've 1..I'I'ou' the truth, \\liere am 17" cnnllrni this even though/ she herself. Nan Drifts. from his r.'t 1'11 t.Ylll sne stopped head with I soft bullet In the wuy he'' (Continued Next Week ;
l t i' The grip nf tier humM on lie rllla I had! nine overcome him In a contest.Id. Without going In to speak. to'ilule; at the words he could not see her ; shohod I tore my tll I Ilr'") open. After I get I:
'1, Hull I'age, his nurse, reported llittened twrself. standing, against through with that muu"-he SYNOPSIS.
might ha\<> relaxed Hul""II but. but Mhe i imiw ..' evidence of his mastery had! now I hOI hl'HIUl'i .
., hN deadly. revolver In !its accuatoiueil n latal pre-eminence, iniiong the. trngedlen I I very cross but not hurt much. Nan a wall of the ledge. He waited poI i ed-"!hey may cull nie whatever they' -
i 1 lett her packet for him and rodehome. tlently. give nu* no chance to like. Yt'Uant me out of the gup," CHAPTER I-On frontier day at Bleep,
place and did r.ot meiin' to ur- of the Spanish sinks. \\ here\ hela.v "Yol Cat Henry ile Spain, gunman and trln-
render. Iier coi.iiuiiinl of him. Nor .' he i ould!, If he lirvilltilted revenge I! Her L'mle Duke was In town. thank you. he went on after a pause. De Spain concluded, his voice unchanged. matter at Median* Kami. Is beat.n

I ,I would I III.lii. tell hlti whi>n> bi> was. She I on 1.1'I |Miiple. ., murder any nf them" almost I She hail the house to herself with "I don't need any thunks" she rt'pl..o "I wuiit to get out. Coiiit) larupt Mountain.shootlnir Jeffries by ,Nun division Morgan' Buperneen.o

. parried. Ms, quexlloiiM.. H.. ('ClIlIoIItf't l no at It III. To spare' his life Imperlied I inly Itoiilta, the old Mexican tr11I1 I with ('/ICllll1t..t coolness. "I am hoping > buck once more. In the daytime. 1 dent, auks Pe Spain to take .(1.
Thief line, but he refuse*
Information of, anj' suit out of her. to this extent theirs but surely ,| woman, and Nun ate her lute supperalone. when you nre \\'l enough: you will see what I can tit with my font IUve.Ial. .,

,t Vet he all\\' that ...,I..t.ln.. .; more than he lay not far from death! by "hllll"I! will go uway quietly In the night. That by that time." ll'*.pitused. "Wilt you CHAPTER I-D. Spain, sees Nan derisively dancIn .
:t his fiero\ preseme
her. H,'r proi.ipt' condemnation he would .11... I >|)nlii and his ol'mll-ol1.1 her own m I She hesitated. "It would be toO and Is moved to change hi* mind and accept .,
lJ' j the bhe worried. sho I II "I shall be g'ud! to as con for to In the stave line job
'f of Mm rnnUhil In hit ir.lnil, and Hut win) wan to help him Certainly -I more 'hl'l as go you dangerous me come up h'rt
', J the strain of fining her suspicion wore none nf Ids. friends. If she told. ) them went to bed!, tipstalrM In her little be to have me," rl'jnlnet De Spain. the dll.tm. Trouble would foltw:' CHAPTER III-De Spain anil Uefe"er ,

1 on him. "I won't ask you, anything they would try to reaih, him. That !I guUle 1'1. she tossed on her pillow I "Hut that won't be thanking you us I "COIf' at dusk.ou know I amno Dale ride to Morgan( alabnsas with Inn, ..tn8'&n'y J '

t more," ho Nald. ut lengtu.! "You think would mean. an 1I1'"lIllJnlt-lin unthinkable till a resolve seized her to go up again am going to. I you think you can murderer." Bassoon, gunmen. ami retain. the a tna->s-
l' l'>'e no right to live thuf what you light. All ciinie' ba<'k to. one tcrrlfjlim II to his hiding place and see what she I suve my life Rn.! refuse my thnnks usI "I don't know It." she persisted stuti- charge Morgan of clan a stage Mor driver an demands and IJe Spain rfusm

/, think, Isn't it ? Why don't you shoot 7"Shi alternative : Should KU.. help could see or hear-possibly, If one mean to express th"I-you are mistaken. bornly. It was her final protest. De Ppaln meets Nan Dim.CHAPTTR .but (alia t
irlv mured at him. "\\hy don't tliLs wTiKhcd man herself? And'! If hellwil were on foot, khe could uncover a plot. ; I wi be perfectly honest. Lying "Count some day, on knowing It." overcome her aver.ou to ,

r you UII"'I"1 1 l.:<* niniulcd, r'klt'"ly. would lie repny. her by shimllnir! i She dressed resolutely buckled onu out h.re Isn't Just what I'd choosu I VI Snmoon oreaks JaIl D*
Nun Htmirco-ied 1 If'r rexolutlon.' "1 8i"t' hr own kin? holster to her Hide, nnd. (lipping a for comfort. But If by doing It I CHAPTER XIII. and Gpatn Is bfarl. trie through Morgans the .Indo.In a .H
new one that Oale had ( you one !In two or three I meets Nan again
know you tried, to kill my ci'>iiMln.he The long ride to Cnlabas went fast revoh..ru 'olllt I..e
said hotly, after he lux I taunted her as the debate went on, and the vivid given her-Into It for lrol'I'Uon. she dIlY"I I Crossing a Deep River.
once more. ".\n.l I I am going, to think shock of her strange experience recurred walked! noftly .Iownllulr ofdoors. 101 1IIIIn. A grizzly bear hidden among the he CHAPTFR Is trapped IX-In, lie 'he kills I .Sanduskr rfe ft.l what to-do before. I ti>ll you anything to her ima ination. The nigh air was' clear, with ":0 news could.! be \nr".'. Ant If haystacks back of the corral would Ixxran.. wounds Clule and sOD and escapes
or du anything." She drew up before the bit burn. I three-quarter\ taoon well up In the I I'ln'f. I don't know how I'm goln? have given Nun much 1..111 anxiety badly ..ound..I.CAPFR .

"You know I tried to kill Jim :McAlpin was coming out to go to iiky. She touk her way rnpldly. along to net out n r nil. I'",. no hor"lyol than De Spain ..creled In the heart X-I..td.rp" and h.
jour conwin' discovered
;1l. \iiii know, nollili.it of the kind. supper. Nan asked for her package the trail to the n"I1IIIIII. k.111 I'mu..h snow thi't. I "I"I't stand, on my font of the Mnrimn sfronghoM. Her on Music.mountain.. by anil laD.

Your cousin tried) to kill mi.. HP'H a and wanted to start directly back as possible within tht yet ; If you hud n light you mllh nee troubled speculations were reducednow CHAPTFR XI-N"an. to furttierflrhtlnc
bully and. n ,'owllr<srs not t ll. but p..vont from .

i 1 .... know what fair fighting moans"i near of It. ITe looked at her tior.. nn<1tiii'lessed tense feeling stealthily of and kl'YP and to BUSplclon ,a- Iln. If you could 1..1 me where IIlr would leave, and disinclined trapped M t i '\' I"'. sale In utilising htm when I to. be shucked, He told her umrrtnlnty though/ she felt to further parley, she when he went Into the fight at trInn. >.
>nn at length reiuhed .
ho'it not here."' she had ridden hard urged" '! her to dismount wihoutndvf'nturp ire halted on the Implied qu'stlon blIeve1 he would' go the sooner If she
thi> cornur of the le r "Send lilm to me':" Ills Milce, shook anil! Kent her pony In to be Nan took ample time to reply. were to consent to see him again. CHAPTER XII-\Vntle De Span U unable
where Hhe hud first seen to travel' Nun tiring to
I'lln. *
{ with linger, "Tell him I'm wounded,, ; rubh.'hlle.! her horse wan cared! and, there lint llste' "Do you mean lo tell me you don't That day Nan washed her hair. On He tells her that he b.cam.too hi.
''tell him 1','" had nothing to eat' since for MC.UI asked. In IU harmless lying know where you nre?" she asked, ant the second day she found herself deciding find anil deal wttli his 's unknown
Hearing only the innsU' little murderer He Nan bis last eaxt*
I fought/ him beforend! If lies still. Scotch way' about. (!iile. there wns I touch of vexed Incredulity conscientiously to see De Spain gives
cascade! she the well rd.
I afraid"-!>.> Spain ,drew, ami broke his Concerning Uule, Nan wan noncom swept 1".1'' ) as In her tone.De for the lust time, nnd toward sunset.She .
as she could with her eyes, but It "as CHAPTER XIII O Ie almost stumble
revolver. ulmost like .i Hush. In that mittal. Hut she listened with Interest Impenetrable Spnln seemed unmoved by her began dr"sllIJ early for her trip over De Spain s hiding place Nan dfaw
!In
In uli He
now so >w to
Incredibly iulck Instant xhi. realisedht more or lens veiled, to whatever running till ,: 01 skepticism. "I can't tt'l you an/thing picking the best of her limited stock him away and to stop Gale's rough wooIn -

> might hove threatened her life be- comment.! ,. Mcllpln\ b"il .to offer darkness. Hardly. during, else," he snld simply. "You couldn't ot silk stockings, chooslof the tel et gun.* De Spain.plans bluffs. V Mm Spain out's with.eap a..r I

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.m*.*.. ..*<>.a..iHniJn-4r'.>'>kif.u-jtM> ft.FHH>smvmww>iiMH.MMn.>tF pwi...*i.iuiH.*'aI I
The writer had a neighbor near

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years in hogs crops and feeding I
Told by Our Exchanges. I for the purpose of producing pork ona

l.: scientific and economic basis, till
finally he said he believed ho cou'd' ,

.\ netting, party of :Monticcllo had iitfe 111 the potato crop. Tile Hastings. I'uille'po'k for :2 cents. per pound and

th" irood luck of UillinR: a fine lartfc growers hll\e been ground between ho did so.Ho .

h,',,,, wfclleOUt.. the broker and the fertilizer IIl1'n11I plowed his ''and! deep with a ::1.

til they arc not so enthusiastic. as horse disk ear'y'; in t the fall, sowing rye

Hiar>ford bus. the largest and bested they once were.Wednesday and oats early; as the Rc.'lIson'uld

e'1uipI' corn elevator and food ifrimjinit !- permit sowing n few acres at a tune

plant m the state. afternoon a train composed so as to jret as. early n catch as. po-

jl of seven Pullmans and two bag-/ sible.
A --uXmarine base. IH bcinfc astablished puiricars arrived in Arcadia loaded I II lie airanged to h-vc tho pig-, ull

!I at Key West" that will accom- with men for the air service branch come the- latter part of l-\-bruiii'> m

iiiiMiat' *. "ijrhtoen submarine vessels. I IMITI of Uncle Sam's Army, and soon nfter- first part of March while the sow -
were still on the ryo or ont past in -
ward proceeded< to Carlstrom Field.
:Llllil are reported in the woods There were 188 men aboard 11'1111'0 In keeping their appetites vigorous: hi

anmnii befi.ic Sportsmen lire preparing for of l.fiOO men that are booked slop madn of shorts. and menl ulnehas .

):1"1fu" huntinir this ;year.The for the Cailstrom field from their \ the only thing: lie ever bought ndpivpnred

former location at Roosevelt. Field.Mineola for them. He wou'd' put the
-tnik left live babies at the ; ( N. V. hogs: on rvo! as soon us it was well developed
home If Mr. 1I'd' :'111'''. Oscar Bray; of niiel rooted' which would' cause

Walton/ Mother and babes o. k.. but I U to stneil out and becomoery thick
father "eraymir to beat the band. From all sections of that part of I I then he would put tho hogs on the

1 Palm Ueach county boi-deting: on Lake oats till they began' to get ready; to go

I II. ,r. Kioiidnay" is the champion ; Okeechober come reports. of "ifroat' activity I to needwhen he would! turn them back Copyright ItliH

tiolu-tmitr. foi this season, having in development and of fine prospects on the ryo; and ')('I'lIsionlllly"ulol J H.roold.Tobiccit by .
landed n 100-pound jeulish. the first for fall crops. Higher stage of open an under gap, giving them tho I "'s Ce.
of the week at Little Sarasota Pass water in the lake has advanced the run of tho Bermudn pasture which he '
"shoio, line und has !stopped cultivation used principally for his horses and! ':

A 'i j<"al l .has been eompleted by of land that wa.< out of water whili1 ,.(1\\.... As soon as tho oats wore in | PLAY the smoke game with a jimmy

which tfc* entire hulilintfs of the Muffler the lake was! abnormally low, but this dough one end of the fio'd' was fenced i if you're hankering for a handout !

estate in the stock of the :Miami loss of cultivated. 111'1'1hliR been overcome off for their use till the balance of tho for what ails
smokeappetitelFor
Herald were transferred l to businessmen by the a l'l'lof new land cleared field ,'ipl'llI''h,>n they could' have your .
of !.hllt city. and planted./ the whole range without wasting any | with Prince Albert you've got a new listen on the pipe luestion

of the crop. that cuts you loose from old stung!!: tongue and dry throat worries!If!
Tarpo Springs irc-ts all that is cum- Some idea of the immense undevelOcnla Now the 1
wo come to main/ crop- Made by our exclusive patented process Prince Albert is scotfrea
ing to >t on the woman's suiTrntre! has a brand new industry peanuts, lie would! sow broadcast the''
question A full ticket for all city the Ocala Stockyards. owned by Spanish peanut some time in February from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun

offices Ita 8 been brought out by the Chambliss. & Co, well known bankers which would' allow for sowing that ever was scheduled in your direction!

(civic sulTrapettes.Kvidenlly and stockmen. They have built stock with the shell on, as it would moisten I
pens nt their shipping track two miles or ,soften so the nut could sprout Bot I Prince Albert is! a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette it

: ; thf-re will be a la i'ire acreage from the city to accommodate fifteen early; a.s the season. would admit. A1- beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any
planted at Pompano this fall to carloads. of live stock. On October soon as the oats were finished the ,
pepper, and r!tlEplli ntR. Large numbers 20th they opened I a cash market for nuts. would be in condition, for them t to man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to

of men, women and children are hogs.Kstinmtes. take! a pait of the field while the ha1 figure up the sport you've slipped-on once you get that Prince

at worV m the fields.eipc.l mice was getting fully ripened so the\ Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystemlYou'll

:: : are that there arc now could not be damaged until' all were talk kind words every time you get on the firing line!
of Florida .
lecmiicps is afforded' eaten.Another
more" people in Florida than at this

by the -tjitemont. f its that with only onept'i time of the year/ ever before and that field of Spanish pea mi Nhonld Teppy r.fl 6 e-"nt > area under (cultivation there will 1 be; an endless. stream of be planted ''ator thun the first t -and-ihat cfa..". practical pounicryftal mtamt humidor wifAponr

Lake" county's products are valued at touiiats ('hokingthl' avenues of tralllcbrtuetn at u season that will insuie a good moi.r.n.r fop fftat A..p. th* tobacco tn mucfi porfmct condition.R. .
$ .000./\(1. this fair land before the winter crop" which cnn be usc-d. after the. (list .

The bIll' lime kiln near Outburst i\\'pll"n.. for transportation companies has lie-en oaten. Then, like u good J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.
olprlltinll""n"twi..e steamships gi 1'l1l'rlll. you should have a ""t',1''u"'e \ in' :
two milef north of Ocaln- was dostroyed now hiivi1 reservations all sold! out for of need, and a third. field of nut-' r
h fire Tuesday. morning. Until two or three months ahead. should' be planted at the proper se'ii- ,
tin wreckage is cleared away it .son which will ripen up later and be- : ,. ....i I, :,' I ," :, I" Ii, - ------.-
i j-I rot r".--ihle 10 cxtimnte. the amount used .if neeissarj" ; but if not necessary I oat field. I Ih.." i j,1,< ., i d 10. .. ii v. .,. :1EL ..
of the
was imposed upon Luther Wilson Keep in mind that the peanut Is the, plant a third field, 'and try to have alemnnnt I .

John H NVNonwho at one time for attacking a ;young white girl cheapest/ and best crop for fattening:, for s--d or "market.Of / : .J
at the Keli>lon of the court in Dado .iJ
was Rppcral mnnaRer of the I"lol'iriuEa..t
pui'poses' and you must hu\'(' plenty coin-e MM can't raise. imrk now ,
f.o 4t Railway snils from New CityVelnl..dl1;>'. Wilson. is also under
of them with a portable fence so that: 'I' for two cents. a pound, but yon can '
York s<' ir to take his duties I charge of murder for having killed ,
up asmiinacrer none of the will' be wasted and
crop come very nenr it at four cents and '
of railroad' in !Siberia.: Peputy Sheiiff Wiloox of Lake county i
when Wileox went to arrest. him having what is left can be so'd' or used for' se'ling' rt 10 to l I 1'J cents, you are sure' ; I

Florida'citrus located, him after ho had broken seed. The early pasture and the grain I I| of JOn per cent "profit' and i if you getthe II''
this winter i : ;
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crop crops' are strong in protein which will I high record price that has boonreachid .
\\ ,ill he at least 10,000,001) boxes is the jail following airest for the (crime on <
give the shoats III
a good muscular
robust
estimate or This. the young woman. you are good for :'Hill per" cent. i
prove men. ;year's frame which will fallen well but ,
crop will brinir between thirty and the fat will be ..oft. which can be remedied This will work great inipiovc-ment on I II II
forty million dollars into the your Und 1 as the I peanut is a legume j
state (!. :M.) Davis, chief dynamiter of the by finishing off on sweet potatoes '
and stores nitrogen in the :soil and I thehogs
Waterbury Company, near liraden- or cassava. or both under svhich I' I
have distributed! residueof the
William Fielder and associates of town was. instantly killed Wednesday conditions the pork will be first class
Tampa have closed a deal for the purchase noon when a charge of dynamite went in every respect and sold at from nine 1 crop eVcn'.v'' oor, the ,fields, enriching I
them und rotation of .
of the Hudson river steamer off sooner that Davis calculated. His to ten months old.1 / crops keepshem

riermont( und will brinjr her to Tampa fifteen or eighteen; assistants bore To furnish these potatoes the rye ( rich. I j jI
as soon as possible. The boat will be holes in the trees and .stumps. und field shou'd' be used and prepared for Hut who practices this plan ? Whore,

operated between Tampa and St. I'e- pack in the powder. Davis'. custom the crop as soon as the hogs are turned ,is the farmer who even trios to raisebog.s
UMsbunr and Manatee river points. was to walk from charge to charge out of it and early vines should be on a scientific and economic,. system'
during the noon hour and fire them. His first and on'y' idea, is to get I

TmnsAtlantic Seaplane. Nf-4 with Wednesday. noon, while lighting one, all the pigs he can. He gets them at
her pilot Lieut. Read left Washington another about six feet away went off I all times and all ages most of them "
Sundnv on a prolonged tour of the and tore him to pieces. "i-oming in the fllllllllt! get thoroughly: ,, ''I ''' ''Ch''''

So'Hh r.ivitii: ,' an I ( .ulf polls. The limited! during the winter before he.

schedule! showing the days it will be Thomas Theodore! Howies of Or, can secure u crop' tn feed them cm II I UNCLK SAM is leaning heavily

ill Florida include .Jacksonville, October lando. who secured a marriagt license Then he1 doesn't have u constant sup- I upon his boys and girls these
30; Miami 'ov. H; Pensacola ply' of food at hand for I hem at the
October 8 to white increase
on marry a woman days. They are being urged to
Nov SttiR. right time anil he has to buy whatever
is said to be a mulatto/ according to
In can get which will be three or four the food supply of the world
six affidavits filed at the county
L. Lnndrum the "bee kintr" of judge's! office. Howie-, passed himself time- what it would cost if he raised. in every conceivable way. Big exhibits

Florida. shipped from Rranford last off us white and i is said to have joined it and thus he waste his profits. Raising I of the work of our own boys
week a carload of honE'-107 barrels two white lodges in Tampa. The affidavits hogs js not a gamble but a 4
nnd must have it nil :: and girls in kitchen, garden and
containing 35! gallons eachthe net filed against him say that his ne a man hIlRi-//
weiprht. of the product beinjr 41,010pounds two grandmothers/ were colored. Meis & ped out 1 beforehand to be sure fii-Id, will be an outstanding feature.

and ,,"Id! f. o. b. at that point a native of the Manama Island.iml ha- every unit of the plan' conicup
to., it fit the right time 'to in- I
place
for 18 cents p.r 'pound, netting: th"hipl''l' the six npJ.t'rOl''ho filed affidaxitsdeclaie Fy
'''..OI.n.1'lI"I'ymJr ! :! they are nativeof theIIIIK unin.eess. A. n! Chlind'cc' in I'.. I !FLORIDA STATE FAIR
> mi" Citv Helicon.IIIMN .
island in the Kahaniii trump, and, HUM

a consideinhUamount. of always known n"wl.a'. .1 n'i'i" > :
Jacks < I Fla.
f"'iht, the Clyde! Line bout City of . .. .. /L\W. llMMNfil; \- mv ?,
Jackson ile!) made the first run to Two perfectly jfond p.i -1. i" I n ,i". -.\ ...', ';.''''I. ', IT..I ."-.. -..<" ,I _' 'I| Ole| I III| KS: AT CAMI' SK\iri/ { ,II Nt Vr/4' ': 'A2 29
C.resent City from Jacksonville last of the S'lIboarciir Lino *n<'ak'd' ; )' .. .. .. ...
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Thursday. without incident. At Creureiit to the .union xluti'm a i'! I'',, I "it 1 1 I K: .'In. ,.in luw dllr.d'vllIvlUlol'! und
about two hundred citizens 'I shortly before I u. m Weiim' ''In.m \ : j" .
City (1 ,
; \i f : ',"'le Ic-aper. who startled I :.Mehiciign \<
weie at the dock to irreet, the boat jrning, long OIHI !ue .r' ''I I : /: ) .'- of. %"0: > < and other 'large iiln' ... -;

and went aboard to enjoy an inipiomptu ..x<:use to offer for tHrdtriesnv, 'th< i PF.'ffl!, 'J)' S"U" ,. :ers IIflf .n'ous' death-defying' feats, died, I :Y\ROUND THE V0.au WITH f,

J (Hicert.Thi one butt-headed hemw h"d I i : .11. I Tin-sdnv. Oet J II I, Ht the g" ..ini ,

I fully disputed t the riirht nf \.i 'h AI! Baking;: V J "" i,' do.. '1lItlllut) Cump Sevier of (nilni'.irii. ,, J ..ji -fIlE! AMERICAN RED CROSS. f II IItf

North lorida chamber of comii'enn 1 them at Crystal Sprint'Tn" "M V.. Car"- I tube-re" ulos i.. He is /u bnii. if y
hn- n-K'ive-d information that I had! a ,disagreement wiih, .i h'g r < I'uth faw the uviatrix in Italy. /.,. ._

_'.)\ ..rnmt'nt <'lIl11inf'erll will soon visit "hetwc-n -pliyrhil' ;" unl, r" 'I V hiC .. 1 /; -
' ,\t Kelly Field! in 1918 Law 1"111".1 I II
"t.' Andrews bay to inspect the channel Springs' in which thet' < i t'' .>k 1'ff .
i :lit, ii :' "i ,.i'u! : ': I 1 I.ono feet in u parachute from art n'iI - --- -
., !, which it is desired to have deepened count, and the front wheel I 1'II..k .f, Jt lt ( J''hk") > t'.1 i 'J CjIJri.| : \. iI. i-. I planeHo/ also allowed himsvlf ,i" '".
'. I HP" luilitmnal six feet. It is now the locomotive; started i Imsinir th" in ..
.,.' 1 I. .1 <'. Yoil '-!<> I ;;:I.I I shot out' of an improvised cannonH
,; t \\'<'ntfinir fi'i't. and if deepened imalll'rnBR the countrv |It. w. r" ,
.-id, f' 'hewrecker .tlH :.. md n I.i i : tl> i ''.- taming/ sever1 burn Among! .itlv, II i
mein BIIIII"c' -,- the h' 'J., 1111" 'eli.ll-., lul II I C'J\--: I notable fents performed by Law W"I"i
steer wa "
" City as
c.il---, I Hunk ". ''..'.''It fcjrof ,
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off bridirc '
, thing injured but it took "mn-pl, "i.ild his! leap Brooklyn a niniji,
-- 1"i .',r :ty. l: ,I'/n t "naJclI .
.f. Local imili.n.R supply: con.ems lire 'line to vnrp the engim' "bai' k "'r-, t'iF'lrhtyfour ',<. .r,1 1 ; <.* f.'ll'ire. from th*> thirty-first story of a V "-
i I York building a jump in a parii ,lu>' "
"HiJ. .
t uimbU' to m' ct demands for material! '
South Florida. There is t; AL.UMEa '1 "m the statue of Jjber y.
thrmiliRout
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i'ri"idy --- ?
!little or r.o buildinfr iroing on in Tam- negro wonipn h'i \
(,a. but the demands for mat'riRII I ivif'vti-red; at We-/t Palm V", i Ii DA H !G Pf\NCEn ,", iirNS: ; woiu;! TF'Jtll'4/ iicnv

1 iiin.iiu) fr..m South Fl"inda towns and in order to become eligible '" % ""<. I., ,',,' n'. "po.1. r.I'r, .. ". ", I ... I II /GIIr-WA'II'r/ : 10( KM.Isr:: ;
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I. that fa--t woul, 11 I i ..' ''" . .
i ,iti."s ,i.sto great that the fact there! Ord..wl! ,,,/ ,' ,
no bu.Idinir nt Tampa!, affects such any great amount of inmnienth"uih ',' J (. ... I'' ". .1.,,I , .'' ,. '. ,
. " " '" l! ilin, Jet. 18.--Th.' Spanish' eioI
..in/ e'jrm vorj. little.With I''What is a i K comp'H.lt.1 inter,'-'n-*, '" '.V i'tuimbcr. , f"' I ,.'. "."). .I.. ..".. I' ;i v._'. I I'll v in H.>rlin, which i m in charge of &&? ;
" I." c _? J..t. \tr-rnar: affairs pending th<- rutitic.'iMII '
(he. iTMintmir fy' the Miami Palm B 'nch, however i- >" ( \ < r 1'.' ,,," '. K ftwMlni
d
;.; w of the treaty has rc-ceivi
" peue-e
80 of those wome>n arrsanl.. I Icrs \I' c. 'uel CI ''. ,"v "" h .
council terminal facilities' to
ity of .
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, from regular
h. I. .I
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II. J' -" many applications ::
'he Aero Club of America for the op- of property and thu-' -Mil, b" .: ..II. oily hv t .. I : :.,
.,\ ,'. ,. 4 ( .i rrnan officers who want to"I'Ve in
IP "
ible to vote at the e-itj beiml <
.' .... .. ,.. .., .. 'h. American army that it has p".t'l
'earned that machines will West Palm Beach i is nspwall1 if- Y. { , "
seventeen the outer door an- 1\1'1'11 ; MI >.ne of the IIM-" ul| S-IIK< 'if lie .. i 'n tlio IVuton*
because of th..' borel ,'e-n Y...... ..... ,.. ... i I a hill sign on
be operated by the club between Havana rstcd one r '..iineing' that such applications will were* foreluK/ tliu' Itultun nrinjr birunliwl K to tlio l'lar. iiiu .kiuei-lcua Ued C'rosnanil :
and Jacksonville during the approathinfr to be voted upon I is for th um f n >t he ncreptej and that it i'It useless eineryi'iiev relief from I'm,,, r. -. Ivort ft.., .(I' |I' >,/* splrtfo of tint
winter with stops at Key I1J5.000: to be used! in b'iili"K! at mditorium. The number of applicants whe I country In addition in fin nlshliijf nil Ions ninlttcntlon 'ort n'' "I meellculaittltuieil ''
We-it, Miami and Daytona. 'one of the holding; !*, ''if *h ''i un apply.. has /gradually de-creanexl but still tci the flifhiliitf "' ..n. 'HIM Ami-rliun. Ili-'l' 'i..-- |:J wiupII
colored! women is said tei hi, m >,1'" kltclieim :all clniilien liospliulx" IU clillilrir. .11..1'1"| urtlllc-lul" limb

lIasttn?.. potato growers are pro- extensive than a little cabin and tV"i.s 8I then are some f.clorl..lI. live tioinex for rpfiiKi! ehllir! *n, 1O rexi, MiatlTtil .,... for r.tll(.......
reeding rather cautiously this season, I a suspicion that behind 'heir registration Some of those! seeking commssie that!" I'lioiournpli utiuwii a troup; of Itiillna n'fiiKitihllilren being fed b/ _
they
despite government admonitions to there la some interested party in the American army urge the Auivrlc.au Ihlll C'roM at ono of tI.e num.-roui relief mutlou.
i "line them up" ouli,) be of value in "teae-hlng the'
, plant heavily this season for the rea- who proposes to i
, he proposed bonds Amei--ans' how to fight"
Inn that there is a tremendous short- against
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PACE 'OI"1t BRADFORD COUNTY TEL CRAPIf STAIIKE. FLORIDA FIlW.\Y. OCTOBER 2191!

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(;1I'I; IHMiS;:; MINKU.M: : Nil, f.nl"I. ,' t tlllun--' -h-.ui-/, I ,illtlil'Tii-,, "ihjerts, in exercise of these right-, I II I

; till' filmier. -I'lrftinir' nr lt'dinlddilllg, , that is pertinent in view of some i "ur- c!
1'', ,.'. l ivc1, animalThe,. n-iit events, in which it said I,
Furnish, ) out hog with mineral) in' fu a itlun > lilt / | < in\ part : i ? aI
some form It is essential for the fainter breeds hogs for the -nine /u'ann ;: (Government: fails in its duty IInd

I /. I I. I maintenance, nf their bodies, und to ,- |that one is in any other line of liberty ceases to exist when it If-, I

facilitate digestion and to produce l bu> 'inesst--fi |ir"ilit. This being true within the power of one man or group I Usco'
t bones. The (dorado agricultural college il i is well for the beginner and likewise .i'f men to deny to any other man or -
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r rttt recommends: the following mix many "old-timers" to i keep! in jump\ of men' the> right to seek and! accept I,

I ture. staling that it js especially' good mind\ the fart thai utility is t tin- essential such employment as they de,,iro.

1A ," for hogs in that it furnishes salt, and in breeding.In : It follows/ therefore, that it i is the i iI 11
'. . r :t at the same time rids the animals of every breed there are certain duty of the government to enact effective I

'.. worms, : linen of breeding that mv deservedly, laws for prevention of violenceor .

1 bu. charcoal popular\ because they have been built threats of violence which will interfere I ,

t K Its salt ''up through generations of careful selection with the individual's, right to i I \ w '
I L f'4'; Inn. air-slaked lime. by master breeder> who have work for the support of himself and! 1 1 11 I

q w I .:;.. ] bu. ashen.I succeeded In establishing the more those dependent' upon, him The police! i 4 7 1Y1 V "

t : '. -I I Ibs. sulphur. fundamental essentials. The farmer )power of the government in its broadest 1 1'' ', i !1 1 I It '
should keep' these facts in mind and Ii f'Q
2J1's 'oppe"UII" sense must. rise superior to thtcommercial M
nt' :\ IartuI 1 of the imlgredients except carry on these improvements by clone : form of society either i labor I,

) I the COPP(-"" .. Dissolve the copperasin culling and proper" feeding.'' : or capital, or the inevitable result : Q\\
; in a quurt nf warm water and add to The fitrmrrs' hug should be a breed must be the overthrow of government.Never 1 I I Q1 i J t n r, r
lt'I{;\ the mixture This mixture should bo that i is popular with the feeder and I in the history of the world! i l a 1 I I I IN t l Lr1 e

1) I kept before I the, hogs at all times. A the<< packer; that is adapted, to all 'sec- wns there greater need for, useful. production 1 'r M ll M" '

'I' pelf feeder compartment' or a trough, t tiont of the country ; that will thrive than: there i is today.. Tin re 1 1 It i I .

'. L f.. can be used, forthis purpose. and fatten on a large variety of feeds must be uninterrupted and unimpam-d' i ? I "" ash I
Jj '"* ___ aid 1 that will proilucc- at the
; *? ? any age production" of tljj'' necessities of. life
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;;' l 1 : TAKE l ':\ RE OK)i 'HIM l SWICET I I'i ()- must pounds at the' lowest cost; that or widespread! suffering must cn-ur." I tvuh '

1.L1 TOIIS) "; I will mature early' to the greatest Whenever the. government throiiuhany : 1 1, 1'it,
weight consistent with quality that ,
; :
: of its> agencies or by direct ur. indirect Ill 11
t The sweet potato crop is now being MILS inherited the ability to prow the exercise of /any of its pours 1111 1 1 i 's' .! _

r p J harvested. The potatoes are sometimes fringe and make growth. limits employment to the nu'mher- "..f I1llt ip Illtjl tJ .
Itniml." hitch bucks with good springof specified labor :111 'Rur"'Cord' Auepy' '(:farm' 'U"CQ. 'YAa/n' 1'
t organizations it
dug liefi"rc fully mature. A \ i?- 1 ,4i l
'i ( ribs and full, hams denote.
deep' carrying Intes
maturity \test, according. to experts' is that section of the constitution 11p111
ability and hitch priced! cuts .
which till I
to
assures within
to select a root fmin an average vine 'persons \
I (Lund; strung feet and heavy bone, are' the. i
jurisidiction uf the
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of apparent maturity' break old expose governmentthe
'f. the brokenurface, to the air, essential for the carrying uf great equal protection of the law-. We Vouch for Them
weight. !Long, deep and I bodies
t 11 roomy Whenever labor
, and if mature, the wound would turn n organization" by any
means proliliey and l lots of pork. Deep
3 1111111"h"t'l'r\ i is able
white and dry" within a few minutes. to bar any
t it', I', Caution, is advised, snys' the StateMarketing hosts and bright, open eyes are the person whatever from" employment Of all the tires that are made facilities-they
employ
signs of vigor and With ,
energy. there is set in this many
1\\ I : llureaii 'in the matter of 'I ( up country a tribunal
i J handling them to prevent bruises or smoothness and mellow touch you 1 superior to the government -why do you suppose we exclusive methods.

cuts. Some large require have quality of carcass. Size spells which makes nun-membership" a crime
!growers
to sell
United
I more moat for the hungry world, and and I condemns the prefer States
r j men to wear gloves so that their finger non-member with They can go to greater .
more dollars for the Florida farmer
out trial to the Tires?
nails will not scratch the' tender punishment of unem-
i and his gaud I family.fOMI'OST lengths in
: (, I skin. On the, other hand there areI' . .---.. :I testing, improving

t growers. who handle, them like coal- :; SAVKS FKKTIUZEKIt suf-fering Because they are made by and perfecting! the things that
the result is the tender j
I and injury to !!,' make good tires.
I. I '. skin and early rotting. j I the question( whether the government the biggest rubber company
f Do not put in storage any that may in Made of OrA'lInicIath'r: Usually | can protect its citizens in the employment ..
L' lie bruised or cut. One rotten potato' Wasted on Farm of personal liberty or whether it in the world. And they know We find it good ,business to

'il' e J will soon inoculate and spoil all must acknowledge the superior jurisdiction how to build good tires. sell United States Tires.
around it. Grade, them carefully and The compost pile is one means of and power of the labor unions

i I I 4 I keep the small and irregular. ones for supplying good organic material for composed' of the small minority of the
And-you will
t .. $ feeding purposes. When graded as the farm. The materials which can entire population. They have choice of find it good

the work is dime, and! they are ready, be used are ordinarily wasted, and -.__ i materials business to buy them. They
r for market when the demand, is !good. the expense of making the pile is very ,-they have immense here
.NATION'S SWEET) TOOTH SAID are -a tire for need.
Whtn digging do not allow them to b. slight compared with its fertilizing every

t exposed to the hot sun. value. CAUSE: OK SUGAR; ) SHORTAGE
"r. C. : of the
McQuarrie Universityof
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i CASTOR BEAN: CLAIMS: Florida extension division gives: the Higher Prices Said to lie Coming on United States Tiresare

following directions for building a Thin :Needed! Staple

Several farmers in this county who I compost heap: Make a water-tight
II ( foundation by puddling clu r. Spread
: were enthusiastic to serve Uncle Sam Washington Oct. 18. No relief is
Good
ht I the clay about 10 to 12 inches thick, Tires
during the period of the war in every moisten. and. tramp. A frame of logs in sight from the sugar shortage and ,
possible way planted quite an acreage the that the conditions
or of lumber should be started around probabilities are ",
t, of castor beans. The result of will become the
r worse, senate
< the pile and gradually built up as material We know United States Tires Good Tires. That's them
sell
their labors, based on what was actually I is added. agricultural committee was told today are why we

,'t) l' produced, was an expense tothem A layer! of leaves straw by Dr. Alonzo Taylor, department of Ford Starke Service Waldo Roberts
orweeds &
grass Garage Garage Harrison
Iil I and a loss of time though in agriculture. Consumption has increased ,
even, 15 to 18 inches deep
il f n ill- some\ cases fair yields> were, had-inno should be placed on the clay. Then about 18! per cent, compared with Worthington, W. P. McLeod, Alachua, J. M. Holt & Son, Newberry,
.I J I. case however was the yield sufficient last year, Dr. Taylor said, duo largely !
place layer of [5 li inches
I I I I< ,,. '. to pay the farmer a fair return deep' ) over a the trash.If manure raw or phosphate to increased I manufacture/ of candy Ernest F. Whitney, Melrose, H. F. Brooker, Trenton.
for his investment of time- labor and t
? and soft drinks to satisfy demand
a -
t is. available sprinkle C>.0. to 80 t( poundsover ,
w expense.We resulting from prohibition. Other .
I the manure. Then add, another
I I are glad to note that through layer of manure. The\ pile should lie causes given by the witness were a WASTED: LIVES Because my calf became his cow; I II I dropped. my hoe. and! stuck my fie, ...

; 11\.\ the efficient service of Senator Duncan kept moist. Sprinkle if rains do not rebound from wartime repression and I left my dud-'twas wrong of course I, Because my pig became his pork
I U. Fletcher, the claims that farmers occur often enoughand, keep it well extravagance due to present. prosper- Tuberculosis kills producers-chief Because my colt became his! horse I 'I'I
The that 1 mnd.CI'
garden truck "''
( have placed, in the hands, of castor tramped.It ity. ly between the Hires of 15 and, 45.: I left my dad to saw and! reap- \

'i, 1' : )a bean factors in this .state for collection takes about a year for the pile to Or. Taylor told the committee the It claim,\. wOl'kel'K-lictive men and Because" my lamb became his sheep; I I Was his to sell,.und mine to hoe k

;! 1 from the U. S. government- will rot .sufficiently for use. It should be price of sugar/ had nothing to do with women in the hornet), the office and! the .

)I : I receive the attention due all legitimate spread on the land in the late fall. consumption in the United States as ..hup.I .
f t F 'I claims for loss. Another pile should be started as soon the people were engaged in an orgy of I It causes 150,000()( death in the United -

11, ,i' /Cl l farmers' who planted castor as the year is up. The compost pile spending\ and were not trying to economize States every year -
,J., +; beans and, sulfcrt'd a loss> in the crop will add materially to the fertility of It costs the United States in eeomic Rserrrteaiivw ;

t \: result should at once place their the land. There is an increased demand for waste alone about $500,000-000 an- NC3 -
t .\, claims If have not already doneso nually.
1 . you -- sugar! in Europe- he said, and if this
take the matter up with i D. C. ,r of Tampa\ ,or\ write Senator' D. U.t ( will have to bid against Europe with a country are suffering from active tuberculosis J
Kleli-her either ,ofuf' of whom will be resulting advance in prices. George right now. t r
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.glad to serve you. -, The right to work is the right of A, Xabriskieand the board's.! attorney It menaces every community every r I'f'.
BI'tJ..i"I'I' Americanbecause it lies at the told. the committee that retentionof home and every individual ,
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t; TLOKIDV : : \I.liS ,.1.1'11ES'I'O'li every the in the bill And yet tuberculosis! is curable and
bottom of personal, independence; and, licensing provision I
KOl'NIMTOne : /
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,, in during preventable.It !
board
national independence is the sum total continuing the operation 1i
, the 1JIJO:!!), was "absolutelyimperative" i is! spread largely by i ignorance
L of the condition of tht units composing year )' .
of the intensely interestingtalks carelessness and neglect {
if the t hoard was to function
the nation. The right to own
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made at the recent farmers'meeting The National Tuberculosis Association -
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t' at Gainesville; the Livestock. property is another American right, successfully.. and its 1000 affiliated, state and Tht Story of a Turret Captain _* -;

!. I Roundup! was that of J. Pope Bass! of and it means that no one has the local organizations wage a continuous Promotion In the Navy "om quickly to ape 1
Pierce Kin. :Mr. Hans' right. to destroy or make valueless the I No Worms. in a Healthy Child tuberculosis.The those who qualify for higher rating In y, \
subject was winning war on .
t March 189V A. P. NtUitm enlnted in the .
of another I
k f "The Best Hog for the' Florida, Farmer property to gain a personalend. All children troubled with worms have an. unhealthy work of these organizations is i Navy an Apprentice Seamnn. 3rd rlau
These are very simple fundamentals I color, which Imilcales poor blowl. and ninilc. S In April: IQ07 he wa rate er to Raise. and, the gist of what he but .there l Is. more or IVM stomach" disturbance financed l chiefly by the sale of Red C.tk.n. Hit pay today i. $16S 76 per
t "' had to say i is as follows : sometimes they) are not! GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC lvenromil.iilj Cross Christmas seals.: .month.
I It, I recognized at all. A publicity' USHO for two or three works will enrich the blixnl' Improve .. 1
It is true\ I that s"me breeds do 1".ttl'r Drive) the menace of tuberculosisfrom !
elation nt Washington, recently .: the dljtc-Btlon, and. act., a General Strenili r
: under certain conditions, with certain ...... Na111rewilt tin door.
eningTonic to thf whole oy. your
'f feeds. and, methods of feeding out n declaration on the duty nf ,' nV"\1\ throw off or dispel thnwtinm. ,, mid the child wll'!'' IID I- Buy and use Red Cross Christmas! I A man's life !
enlightened government to '' among men
Olio a'(
protect perfect tu-a.th. 1'liMinanc lotmo s'r
than do others, but there' is no best Seals!
breed. If there'I \\ nil any one breed, I I

t t1 I that possessed all the .good qualities, :NOTICE: FIOV1 UITKKAIT OF WAIt1 I Reel them off-"Rio"Gibraltar, afloat that will make you a welcome

s: the American' farmer\ would, have OUND THE WORLD WITH RISK INSURANCE: : ; | Ceylon Yokohama-all the great man in any company
found tin-, ,end' there would, be
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ports of the world-nre they only Work- sure, and a man's workplaces
.. tod.iy, only that m i c breed I .rn AMERICAN RED CROSS. + The bureau of war rink insurance
on the map to your ore it Is, among men.
-- wishes to emphasize' the importance
In Belgium. 1ft I tn lervice men of one of the provis'on they ports u here you've gone sail Play?-well.rat her.with bunchIng

t "L A if LEOPARD CANNOT of the war risk insurance act up- in from the high seas with of men who know how to play. I

every eye along the shore turned These comrades of yours carry

P do-pond << > admiringly on your big ship- in their ears the sounds of great

CHANGE ITS SPOTS ,'i'oni'i-nsation| under. the act. your shin) Every ocean hat a world cities of booming guns of

'ga Thi- War Risk Insurance Act prod United States ship sailing for swashing seas sounds you will
rslas- ..
.fi riatak that "No compensation shall be some port worth seeing.: share with them and that will
i payable for death or disability which
: ti If you've call in for never die away. '
a
any you
Mr. Dodson, the "Liver Tone"Man dues not occur prior' to or within one' ;
after discharge full life-join, and color all your And when you come home you'll .
Tens the year or resignationfrom '
[ It, Treachery the serviceexcept that where years ahead with memories of face life ashore with level eyes- ,,.

t f' of Calomel. after a medical examination mn 'e things worth seeing-with kno..lfor Uncle Sam trains in ..//. '.

pursuant to regulations( at the tim of edge worth having-with an inexhaustible reliance as well as! self-respect.

I V Calomel limp. a day1 I You know
you vice, or within such reasonable tim adventures picked up ashore and no mollycoddles.
what rttlornpl in It's mercury. quirkaifv.r -
Calomel in. dangerous, It s thereafter not exceeding one year II'i f-
n
'y. crxshea into sour bile like. dynamite, many be allowed bv rei!! >laf;nt't i iertiflvnte Four Enlist week for two holidays years. with Escellent pay each opportunities year Shore for leave advancement to see in. l
tramping and ..io kt-mng you. Calomel d d'S has been obtained l ; from *bdirector land .hto.t ports vimted. Mm alwava learning. Good food ,
sharks the Mmes, and, should! never lx ---k\ to the\ JFwt/ that the 'n'moerwn ', and first uniform outfit free. Pay begins the day youenli.t. Get l
J.t put into jour "Y.'III.tl' \ nt the time of his dis'-harir ''''Information from your nearest recruiting station. If you da
\\ lien. you feel biliou. nlu'' ,,'',:iHh. con not know .I1er. the nearest recruiting itatioa i.. ..tc 70111Po.tm..ter.
resignation. was sutferng from in ;hit-
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I Hlipnti'd, and all .knix'keillt. and believe" . He knows. '
k !I. tn result in II"a'h or ";::5'1'' '
calomeljtint
I you reed u remember, that your ilruuirixt tells t: :Many discharge I men nr 111' ""
t for u few .cent u large) Inittle of I>'III''MI I : niliar with or aro inclined to disrn SHove off Join the
I Liter Tone' which in entirely vegetable his provi-ioti ol law and >r' ,
II 11 i. I... anil I'leu\ "iint to take sod in .a ,perfectmilihtitvitp II their rights ther-m-d
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J fur ciilomel It i- 1 'flLnt..1 ,
f., to start liver without stirring I Ia psiRequest
your you
iniiidtf, and not uilivute.Don't --.... : for the certificate men'io-;
tip[ can "
s t I I''ike. col""II'I! II It vnn nut bov '-1 ,,r' -vshoul I b" mode to the Ch ., U
'y t' trusted, "' v morn tli.ID u leopard, or a 'liiniri-r' disease and exposure were! not nil (hut IMirlan children wens :Medi al Advisor flureap ->f War R Navy
d j wtld-e.it I uke"' DoiUou' Liver Tone u-il to, for enemy slu-IH eon-nantly droppd 1 Into what little! of their ''nlllranl'I'Vllchin't", ", IX C.
fy which "'''"teu you right) up and . n', r> tinInvader, did nut hold In this picture Red, Croxx nurse are .oeniiiie I -.-
'!, III u.k'I. I line. five, it to the of the tlft\ Imblci from, the Amcr'nm'i Red, Crow nursery mt i i WHY JOHNNY: : I.Fr-" HOME\
p'' ohI.\r., \ it u perfectly harmless > "riin." a bomb proof structure M. the livriimas opened, fire from the .eL

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TELERKAPII. STAKKE. FLORID PARK FIVE ,11

FRIDAY_ !onF.lt 21. 1919.! .- . .- --' BRADFORD COUNTY . ___ ______ ___. _ _-_'". .. .. .. ._ .' .. .

4 I visitor here Sunday. ,

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II king Then and M.U. C.Oct.A. S4.Youngldood-Messrs.] J.were L. You will not find the right

VRIGLEY ...inning the visitors. to Hampton Satur-
I 01"\ corset by casual shopping -
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< 'ollnt) Superintendent E. U. Pop-

poll, of Starke, visited our school .J
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iiMlay."
1 "The corset" of correct
I :Mi.Annie Mersey of Kuiford spent right today means

-I \crnl days here during the! pat I body proportion and an unconscious grace

a package week ut the home of :Mrs. K. :M. Her- j that gives no impression of corsctry in the

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5c -ey finished silhouette.You .
Miss Minnie Hawaii has returned '
before the war home from I'alatka, after a few days' I'
..J visit with relatives. I need the advice of corset expert to -

Mis. Ben Frink and little daughter, : attain this coveted effect. +

flora of Jacksonville, ore here on 111 l 'j
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visit at the home of :\1 r. and Mrs. C. i Our highly specialized corset service will tir '

c a package A. Youngblood. meet your most exacting needs and is emphasized //.i e
5 Misses )Dora and Maude MoF.wen:

during the war5c were Saturdayt'loveluiid visitors. to the county metropolis famed by a complete stock of the world ,, '

Lee. of Lakeside, was a ,, I
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\itul'to, Hampton Sutuulay. ,
G i. :M. Bennett and family and Mrs. GOSSARO{ .1/:'
Cobb left Saturday for 1.arkins where
a package theyMll make their future home ;

Mr- I Ii. :M. Hersey was a business CORSETS

NOW \ isitnr to the county seat :Monday.We J"e

: are sorry to report the serious
You GossaiJ
illness of Freeman the little of tan buy a j
son \\ recommend and these
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guarantee originalfrontlacing .
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Mr.I and :Mrs II. K.:: :Moorer.Mektlumes for as little as $!.lS up to "

R. :M. King and .1. L. corsets as the complete expression any price you wish to pay :.I .

KuifT were visitors to Hampton Wed of modern corsctry.: ,

THE FLAVOR LASTS nesday.There. ,.
will be
preaching at the Baptist t
church Sunday. A cordial, invitation -

60 DOES THE PRICEI is'" extended to all STUMP'S STARKE FLA.The
1'. H. Neal is making preparationsto .
tuke his. family to Okeechobee when

ho returns. and will make their home Leader in Dry Good Notions and Ladies; RJJ"'o-

H. here Weur'l
II. \\'. Moore was a visitor to a

Hampton Saturday.Mrs. .
: C. A. Voungblood i.s on the -:-' 4'I' )1
sick, list. at this writing. \ '...wAROUND. }. ..

:Miss' Estfllo: Woodaitl spent a few 9d(; '.0 ,..-. 'f' ,.
I lays of the past week at Sampson ,
City truest of Miss Eflio Sloan.
Wednesday night several of they
THE WOULD
..unA' folks gathered at the home ..fMr BEAVER BOARDFOR
gi. AV : and Mrs. (L M. )Bennett to play WITH THE AMERICAN ,

I irumet. and enjoy a social. At a late'iniir
I ' all deputed| for their homeaf" R.IID raosg.j% BETTER WALLS & CEILINGS
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'i i-tpi'iidmir, a pleasant ;7 In Serbia. < \VA + e i iI
I very evening m; I1Mdrih t't}nt.; . r"TO
+ .? Mis 1 T. II. Priest was. n visitor, toI ::. ---a [ 1 .v .
tr e e I l.impton Saturday, Afternoon r-- .
Mi-s' Maude* McKwep left Sunday III: .

e w 'i.i .-app where she has accepted. npion I
kiv 4 .. "td. :- .I > '
t'!9 :m 'qt
as teacher in the schoolI' ,' .. .:. .

ya II. Meal was busy killing: ,, I", ill rt. ,t ,.. o '
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MiII.: I II. May \\u a visitm ,inMonday . t i ., I
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Final Crash of KoKlu-MK (.""'I'I'III'nt *B -
: : i I i i 1. -i vwiHan.actnin bustu.:11m
in Kns-ia Regarded 1111'\ liable
hen .Salurda.v., < i i

I 1 Itrro-: "i 1. Od.< t :Jl: I :\li-, I:. T (O t i C' i _. i I. ..."! ,i- (iioicie" ,sinK, tut' ly.t WushinKtun Oct. I IS.-The linal Rejuvenatethe

teen rr'nned fiuni I'l.int IV.:) ,. "!..i ,i \t\ >. aI.glad' : to report (iruiulnia ern-h of Trotxky and Lenino n-irimt:

two W{ ks' x" :-i'! with ,',.laltH'.. ,I 1'iiney! loiivaleheini; lifter an attackof rtesbe ,delayed, for some weeks but it
t' Mrs' P. S. <'O-I| on spent last week l orysiphelniasaK is. inevitable. Official I information ncoived Office the HomeAn

I. with relative*, in Alaclum.Mrs. ,; J. Ward and family pent t : Kintu'v) and little daughter, uf 'day: nt fine Hill with relatives in I Russia. JitJ.k attiMctive other ia a fine tonic for Look over th. wells| HIU, | cii,I'n1 aI

i Gainesville spent pint of iUllt week! luster! I'ill hOI"tl'l' of !I'ino Hill, wn Official dispatches today did I not r> I i .ny I;>us;....".. And clp.n, convenient through you hun,... Atn IJ "V nil "11
herewith her parents Mr. and Mrs.J it visitor here Sunday, morning port the full of 1'itroKKad" which, i cheery ntor. end! fectorlee .K..v. the the very bent condition. r.iili.iii'iic uli-' I. .
1';. demons. II. I'. f.ainej' was n visitor to IaC'roste however was announced in Paris The r ..m. ntlniul t I.ntif effect on ales I and .comfort unit" gaud! tilnliIf.ynur rooninre .
not nil Ih..y KltonM h! > KKJUV-
H. (.. Richard of Stnike, was attending ;Monday. fall of Petrograd was considered of pre HldCtion. Are your \htiainms aurroundmc KNATK; Ihrm with DOHV T H...rt :horiginal .. r
to business hero Saturday.::; .\Ir. T. I l.iti-htield and daughter minor importance compared with the ..o wo-kinf! for or igiiliint jrou? wMllbuurit.pffw e

Mr and Mrs. J. C. Cone and] SIrI: I spent last work-end with relatives, at result, of (Ceneral Deiukine's advance I
and Mrg. W. I II L .\1I<1I'eu spent last !I.n'ro. Moscow can be isolated and capturedat Putttu/l/ life into old rooms in I BeaverBoard's long *uii. A l low

They returned homo Saturday, report- Miss Vera Surrency was a visitor, lit any moment, it is thought, but the of these big, sturdy panels of knotlets, crackles* manufactured. lumber:
week on the dulf fishing and hurting. Maclitia. last week. late objective seems to bo the line of hammer, saw, rails some attractive wood trim and a little! good paint p
inn a nice time and, plenty of fish: II. I' and I,. 1C. (;iainey' made an communication which controls the are all you need to restore either business or living quarters to more M ,

Mrf. Flora ("lower Scott spent Fli- important trip to Dukes Friday vast Ural regions.; . far buck ns the first winter of than original! attractiveness. .
here. II. Warren, of Brooklyn spent a _
day -i -. the war. the ]H/I| C..-".." Kent l I.. Serhlit
:Mr and :'oil.... U .I I. (ipiieinian. whow. I few days'' here last week looking after ZIFF eoniiiilHslon' ( Rejuvenation with Beaver Board is quick easy pleasant work and the kf

-n.. i !n i .r. a a Uedii.i .day business interests. a ly Hiiiillnry checked'' the scourge results are a.. permanent as your floors and other woodwork. Learn

of last week spent I Thursday. herewith :Mrs. 1 Rosetta Osteeii of IIiKh z\rr. Oct. 24 Edwin Cunnmirham after the I'nlteil ' ''1I111r-.rr..I'\lv"'j'! the possibilities, of your rooms plus Beaver Board. Free Design and
their ;Mrs., r. M. Hatefoot. Springs, spent last week here the decoration service.
aunt ,
of Ellenton; is. hnme a few days with conflict the toil ('run '
They enroute t l'"ntinc.i'h.; [ guest i if hoi mother, ;Mrs. Emily Ab .AIIII.
were' "i his parents August, 1(117, to scud) H full '. I Iwloii I "
where they will make their home. Ask: u. for N8W Rooms within Old Walls"
bott.M. :Miss Edna Baxter Saturdayand Ihat carried on entensl\e relief
:Mr. and :Mrs.. E. B. Andreu" Jr., otlItchIJa. 1. I1. Matheny, our efficient postmaster with spent at opemtioiiH: IIIIIOIIK"' I lie HiinVrlntf ref I
.\ spent Thinsday here with , spent la"t week-end in Starko Biooker.Sunday her parents ugeen nf the tortured nil I Ion If.Mpl-I| |

relative with his family. Mrs. Parker and I daughter spentSunday talH were eHtabll Tied' ', (the refuiceeH fed i I I Ijiiiijlny Lumber l&{ Supply Cnmpany
:Mrs. L.V.. Sowell spent lust weekend (J. W. Lewis. has sold his farm to clothed Ull'l given' tiiedlcnl intention,
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with :Mr. and :Mrs. H. O. [{iv-
,! in n alUl' with her parents" Mr. Mr. Hruninp, of Starke, who expects the, army mippllcdltli, merit needed' I
and Mrs. C. ;Mott. to turn it into a stork farm, and Mr. ers.Mr. dentin' Ireiiliiienl, tutu 'niiirliinerv. mill I
: / and :Mrs. Willie Johns and snit 1
Mr.: and :Mrs. Wiles Duhose) if Ft. !Lewis hrt>- purchased the Brumng needs. provided" to 'help' he(' Sorts re i
1. .1., of New River, spent the weekend -
White were in town Monday., property nee' Sfarki, and<1 is moving deem their hind to prodiK'IU" ntnl', I I t'I
with his. .sister, Mrs. 11 (J. Rivers.,
Dr. Tribble, of Ta'ros-, was a here. this week lie i is one of Brook- not 'least'. iiieiixiire'iinderlnki n for .Die FRESH GROCKRIESI ;
:Miss Lonnie Thomas Sunday'
caller here Sunday.; er's most stii-iesxftil farmers' and we spent mirror of the ihlldren The lerrlhlxcondition
Chester! Andreu of :New; River wan regret M'ry much, 1 lo'-inir' this esteemed with Miss Ethel Cunningham 1"111I twit.. I themhclpleKM,, ,,, v...- F
:Mi and :Mrs. I H. B. Thomas spenttear t ,tin ,had, ) fallen .IH wellportrrly..l [
of
a visitor. here Sunday. .family, hut wish them much suces w.... -1, in Gainesville, quests of thus war ililn, of I II have added a line of Groceries to 4
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:Mrs. Crawford and son. of .Ahu-hua in th"ir, new h'mieI hy photoi.rriiph! n 1

were yi.itorK i here Monday.Master I U. owi-ll hn accepted a posi-l i.t the:Mrs tntt..r', .\ t'mother. Siirrenrv; Mrs' and Howard,'hddroIri little' S.'i Linn Klrl uf weiirlnr lioiel"ss'the dismay riiL'tnnd : I my bakery, and will; be prepared to + +
"'I with the naval oxjirevHlou |
moms I
Vabb Sturko nJl"I'lIt..rI"r
Saturday. Dotrnn was in this place.Th" | foo. i ,the II' home in .Jacksmu ,II.. that, wennil -ri pnssesHed, when tlmItvd I servo my customers with! anything
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Mm. B. ,Shaw null """ Lester and C/'ntvol ASSOIjtion/ of th- fii !;) in the Grocery line. ;

I. I). Baxter were among th. visitors .M.\.sionnrv" Baptist "church convert, . .__ I

to(StarkeIonda i. W. Culson: ma'le) a busines < tripto ilay.Mis'vcies her Friday Saturday and Sin.- AROUND THE Vi : : .J.D OM'", ' } \\j 1 1 1t (g; J. O. T U R N; E Ri. I r ri2s22a25zz25


Frazier New River Shaw Thursday left Thursday afternoon.for i-nti"jT: Nor her ClcmniM parents ,h nf.'ithe BtJdwinin fiisnf (t ,! 1TJrE AMERICAN kin)D CROS.l; JS 1-.. i I.1 522.,u X525'S'sL25 u.-SSZ-5 S2a2S'isrsZa'ZS-.. .' u2. r5Z5 1 '
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Pen*acola where he is employed.. i I last; wet k.nob. -. r-'il } .
.. Iee, I.evi Dyal of Jack onvillo\ hereon ,
biiBint'sw Friday" wax I'rn"mg i| and repair'/) instrument-. I _. __.. ... l :..__ .__ I Iv ;: :MOKM.Nf( 01 :.NOMill" III.' "I". ci.111.rri'". ,V, o PAIMNIMhNl to M hays I fqll.1 < )

i ir..nrilv the school organ. ... -1" I..," ' II.. I !''?.'llM.lor I'l.rtl-II.IInK I'lll'n. .
AliflB Vera Surrency was a visitor I oJ ; .____ .. !'v. i' _ .. ..u .
1. t 4 "liiifuil'v"' n v. /Iriiuii4 '".-\. unit I
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[Or. 1. F. Ru+sell .i .
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hern Thursday. | I With thi. Exhibits, and attraction, ,,i I t renal I Ii ,. u'1.1 Ilia lint/ lUwUuituia. "',,,,,,II'
Mm.! C. Roberts, of Alachua is the *>,ioitnl ..ill r>i'M' New FJi., Soule., i: .
rerorving Nall"re | "Mom, iipmlli-d' / 1111n..v.' .'" surpassedI .1I l ln
guest of A. B. Currency and family Mr. and :\Iro.: II. Sapp are '
'r I 'th" sciti'jii' the Al.irhua f'oiintvi i ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE '
'iiiiTntiilatl'ins the arrival of
this &I:. t over :" l
.ve Se3"P.eII3fi
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i :nr will, throw its thei
gates on
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fi them TII.lnThl open
horn
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Mil/ Clara Cone and :Mrs., P. M. e to -
Barefoot wore .shoppinir in Alachua 1 literary societm; '" ,r...1. ntt ; ,i irnmir. nf Vmi-tnher, llth, fullj [>i"l.iMij I
Monday. t fled by th" patron .u- '.' .!"' 'i- i rr ipi !' iniiii', .t ii-i.I o.ntertui'1 th"I I Name DJYt.'f' i is on Genuin.eAor'f'OII'Y .

IIarley Ilazen spent the first of the "! the school f'Vdu"n, I, 1 1.4K'h Ml + '. I 1...".<. ...indurn." will, attend the Seventh ; UXiri

week in Jacksonville.John telu.tna,I program wa ; i I '. ; \i, ', tub .I'an during the thre- dav-i
Pinholstcr is. on. the sick lint bj th" "".i<"ty. The dehat, . . ] 'i'.i.-dini/r .\ really, truly wondei
. this week suffering from an attack .. ii;"lei- ''!:. the ..siibji-i( f. I ' fl,, fair I is assured Thu advance d"in i
.i'r.1'-' : w re rrnriTI, '> ,fr', Th r ' .1fv f
of malaria. alj
+ 4sy 1 1l .''nl. tut spit'iand avalanche" of early; %
left Sunday for Alton teamsn'pThe\ affirmative teone '
TrarleIII'I zen
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|iiim-s amusement ffin
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The f-r di-, I
where he has n-c-pted a position point. subject i-iI | ,
with the L. O. r. G. I tonight in the "Mo fence, I law ," .' I r ': already under nontract all cum
Mm. R. A. Andreu and daughter, ,interesting talks were made f f. MrI 11. to. rt, Oila fair the like ....f whu'h

Elaine were visitor in \lachua part I Flora Scott in the way <.if "no'''m" .' I M.I', "' hUll aunty has never ,hcforc uit,

of last week. I mont which was ,-nj"ijed 1 ball: i pi I i iI d| ,

:Mrs.! Godwin returned l hom. Saturday I lent. gI. !+,A i r 'I I h. live, .'',.'M-k exhibit bids fair to |
-afF few week with Little Artford Brown wn" ..i 'h.I , "d
r spending a I anything that we have ever ,
relative!'! Alachua.. sick lilt last week. '!1... mast' 'if It* inulilfiir' ,MUM \.cr, dutl+ il,b',, An "n. !10"' i ..e. dl,<1 kn'iwn, and some. nationally famous! i lam'ti on "n l"'r TbluU uf AAririn"
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All members urged to be Mr: +. T. L. Godwin and children, of'I' rot ni'Kle't: III. oh. .'iitlnlis |t.. II.. ,1.1.I il. popll!:"' ""I' ' 00 I'tll., '11'lmUtthw ( I in a "!I'11pr' puckHRi," rontainm( proper
are < present I ,individuals, and herds will he lleuiLwhi" Colilii, I'ma, ,
, seen inthe Uirotion< for ,
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.,. Ciildli IT.-ilili l fl-Ii| "TI
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at tile :Saturday: service of the Pine Hill were chopping in t .wn Sat ,111" ir in ''I"i i ried Its ' '
N> and Klieum.ktum.
. ur Ipii> l.umbai,
r I'm', uiin. l Intheir array.
and' dlsi--! >
Free Will Baptist( church, as there is urday. first t iil bt l tioiii. ini.iiu': mid sunlnitlon > Name. "IliTvr" mean IC"D'IIDIf Aiipinapnrnurilx'd '
important business"' to be attended to I Prof. Chancey was a visitor here work for Hie Iu tiles was i-lfort. by ptildlc 'lu ,111. ii,urIIiip.ntunt. Tlmceoiupunyloi Since: the Aluchua County Fair has i by fhjtieinoi. fur n.nct..Q
at thU service. 1 I Saturday { piiotnicrapli.. ...IIIWIII it...1 Cruise public, heulil. IIIIIHInit'ructlnc' liven established soma seven yearn age years" Mnadtin. boi* uf It: tablet
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E. B. Andreu and family were visitors io Miss Edna Baxter spent 'ast weekend a mother In the proper prepumtton of the bal>y'" dirt < I the percentage of thoroughbred cattle COK> few e..nte.JIPIfIB U trait mull;
in this. suction has increased of !li. Manufacture of )10DOa.eUcto
here with her parents. - -- -- - more jer
at the horn of 9. V. Andreu on
than Wit per cent.!! I I ..nld,.*tr nf Sd'2lrcaddr '
of N
Sunday I Eustis Kelly w River wa a i

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mtADFOIU COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE: FLORIDA FHm.\ \'. OCTOBER 21. l tI +
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: lion of- the wide letter'' 1 Hull the rail" I acquainted, with. Forty-eight states i I I'would Leo Canova and sister Miss Anna day night, Evangelist H. L. Ezell being I possible be present. The mcctintr (,l

,: 2J. Bradford Couuiy TelcornpliI'obliHhecl I ,I'l-d I I'T'penrafc, "'f I the right hand eeljfc > hove tu adopt the system beforeit arrived Wednesday! night/ from NorthCarolina here and at his best. If you are be well worth attending u w, t'

I''' make. typewritten sheets anything could bei'i.ine the law of the land, where they have -.pent the from :Missouri und don't believe that instnii Live and the new nuiuuci r. ':

\\e; I l.ut. ornamental.' Cut like the army i mid as ,it could never expect more than, : summei. They will spend the winter he can preach come oirt anil, near< hint made, will Ou vulnul.lii . .

:, I( :\. \\ ...."kly' and enu-rwl as Beenj mule, .ilM: a standby when other things II half-hearted support from even its with their parents, Mi arid 1 :Mrs. !. J. I'. and, you will be convinced that he can. I Iie; :.u.-- / will *>.e In 1 Id 1 i iI. i I II ,

I ,, class wetter, aI the ixmt-nfTiPi' at. I full.. 'I'In. WB- (proved when the Lit- I most, ardent admirers, its final adoption Cunova. Services 1:110:: and 8:30: p. m. The i I Ii. I hiiililmg frjni In, a n.., ?, ifIII.

v St"rluFlorida.. I ii.nv Unrest( magazine decided. louse I 1 is very doubtful. :Meanwhile let -- --- meetings will continue through next The teachers a"" ,. renni ,ii j ;."
1 .. t 1 tin humble, typewriter in lieu of the Mfsoptamia and Patagonia be happy j| (George" W. Lewis and, family, formerly '' week and 1 you> are invited to attend. their agreement to attend ten

\ linotype. in their of the metric of Crooker, are now citizens of Come and bring somebody with you. institute', mnde when
K: 8. M \ l"l',HhWS; Kclilor: and Owner. 1 .i.iiiciiig.' high-stopping "enjoyment' SYMI ,, they 'i
: what" the operators hud gone on a tem.( I I!|I Starke having moved to the Uglow - then!' i.licution[ | blanks
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J. ('. |HtlON.: ; : \" ociute Editor I '' north MARKET : : ; HANDS! : \
: h -inl.e." i l i place of town recently boughtby :.MK.VT: : CHANG E. R. POPPEL.
I I II
/. I'he' matter. wtis hnnimerud out on I lr. Lincoln Ilulley, prominent educator them from 11. C. Bruning. Mr. Superinti,..

: in' w typcwrlttill( supplied with new and candidate for governor created ,i I limning and Elliott Williams! and :Mr. L. A. Wynn has bought!' th' --.- --
.; 219 OCTOBER2Ij 1 i ,il.boiiN.. and expert typists who could 1 a pleasing\ impression on his recent familyhave moved to Brooker, Mr. meat market of 1 1 II'. :Mo-el e'' .

r ATJ .pell, lietter thun sign painters! and visit to Starke. Dr. Ilulley is over pruning having bought the G. W.I depot and will serve the public;' w'h1i..t..hIIlS ,
pt.w 11' /I' inn! [ m 'jrtrhr '
t-x_ J ; I| meats at ull Urm. Itov'i'< ,
put '|1".1) pressure' on each key were >'where conceded to be one of the Lewis farm near that town. I IItr.VIVAL a
, ; 1 2345i6r7j8 ] 1 "'tl ,ic. get the matter up. The sheet ablest men' in Florida< and, he intends George remains us manager, and ', hrNf

: .- were then photographed; _
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9IJOlll'' ; reduced, "scale and tho plates l'ngrnvI I governorship. Whether he will real- -.-- -- tartOA00'

;r' : ed by the photo-engraving method, 'I i/e his political ambition depends verylargely I The revival! meeting is on at the I TO TEACHKKS

: The result was very creditable work, i on whether he develops a lend Methodist church, It began
,:: Fj; (12t15141516I17118; and, the reduced size of the type made I I with the conservative element of the w..dnl's-I All the touchers ef )11:. Id' SCALED TINS Cffl

: 'blemishes) Lew The voters. The conservative feel I who do' AT YOUR G?ttir 2SCCi
t apparent. processis voters schools can possibly!
r: 1 tF . 19r20 20212223 25 old in principle but new in practice that this is the time of times for safe FARMER BROWN ;II asked to alt ml the Teachers' Ii,

and .it required, brains and enterprise nnd sane men to be elected 1 to the high I tutu to be held in Starke Sat-n' :

F ,26'27282' 30 31'v'' : t.i .i.iply. it. Another proof that offices..,, and they are likely to cone,'entrnto i,,0( ) tuber Gth. Many questions (..f nn ,
) : II,.Ho. Mi, ISn.wn.:.. -. ")"I'hd,. get back' $
.\ i e'> < I in" 'mis 'miei" "got stuck on the man who shows that he p"I, truce/ will be discussed, and toti' -.1 .
1).k) ,and, }IIHIught Mr; , Perkinsind \ .
I has the it r
strength to win, regardless of } such questions! satisfactory/ "i-
4 I SAME: : Elm pi-r-cinnl likes and dislikes. lh. /lulu--.. with. \.ni. Why, how -irablo thi, n' mar t t' 7. .1 i ,-.. -'.
d.. sun d... .Mr, PeikinsV,
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'I"h"I i ;iaines' *. ille NI w',. in a strong' MRS Mel, IN GIVES:: COMPLIMKNTARY ( Glad; to> ee yen, :-1 d'r.1r.: Urown . .- .------.
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THIRD , at (eilnr Keys, says: .|I ( ; nioii'ing' lailnsj: glad to seeou

"If thin institution, wore e"l/lbli'4h-1/ > all.Mr. food' i i i.nol ill. Hr'sbeen ]Mill Girls 'i Win HonorsForming ,
| Mrs.; Roseoe Mcl.ain\
gave u gay ,
ed near TedmKey the l busv at the Coca Cola plain Thc ,
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t' t RED CROSS all'liilidith,I "leprosy would be put in little dance Tuesday evening in Compliment hot weather and! the monshiners all '
to :Mrs, J. E. Wilson. Theeatnparly
hcing locked makes heavy run on i C7f/- ;
a pii\atp, < nr. this tur attached to ai up Thrift .
k ROLL CALL i 1""_ 'iI",' Hani and, sent on down to j jCidav i I darned, to the strains of the soft drinks, so I am doing my best on ,
\u-trola and Mra. Mi-Lain!
j'T , Key and then transferred" ] on i served deI j I, running the Hardware Store
lie ions punch aud. 1 cake I
t. the i i.sland. It the writer were j jtn I I I for
co'> i r i I Those the Well I came the Gun and Syrup" '
enjoying evening were: '';''
-- down tho train and told 1 Kettle and. CRn.lill. The
iro on was : women
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Mr and Mrs\ C. E. Ahearn, Mr.\ and -
t there was n leper on board, ho certainly I folks want to go to the grocerytor'
Mrs..1.\ K. Wilson Mr.\ and Mrs.\ N. .
t NovtmbtrSt lo 1/. 10191.r would! wait to ditch another! for sugar and, other things. Well, I Ioe
:-Itl'rnbel'I11': and Mrs\ W. B. Harvard
I I
q __. train, and iC he were not going to his signs at some .stores "No .Sugar."
Mr. mind Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr.itlunchnrd '.
home town Ill certainly would not .lolly of Waldo. I I You know ladies unciCl'nll"II1I'I'/ '.

i follow the route of the leper car. Now, . _, .. ---- j jKUTIST wo ought to be shipping sugar and,,
F Time to Re*Join do. you think this carrying lepers ti> syrup from Starke by carloads ;Mr.\ ''
I.ovy county ?! We don't. Do you want j Jones and I have been talking ov.',r

w I'i I trains passing.. through Gainesville the opportunities here in Ilradford, ,
Please note the schedule of services ,
and Alnchua county carrying; lepersto county if we could, only wake up th,,,' :'
don't. Do imposed by the change of time: 1
m Levy l'mml"1' business men and financiers of StarKeto
i "The L..p.1 Sunday s..hool. 10:15: a. m. .
wont Florida nicknamed put up an up-to-date, factory an.I
1,: hurricanebut State.'" We don't and not Morning\ worship 11:15: a. m I hero for \
t'1 t Tampa lost the tropical ,; we arc refinery /syrup and sugar and
," it gained Mrs.\ Pnnkhurst. j I gomi"i to shut up on this mutter until Young I'coplo's Unions, 7 p. m. II got you farmers" to put out large acre- ,.
I' w,, know positively that it is not goingto "livening: worship 8:15: t p. m. ages of ...allc.Ve would soon have i aA aid

t g An article headed I "Citizens for revenue I (lie lucaled in I-'lorida.( We don't Midweek service of. the church 8::15We.htesday i one of the wealthiest counties in tho qsg *rC ,

)) only" i is going its round among; ( waul any nmiv "ifs" and "an.IN' about evenings state Rut 1 guess it will have to rain .
j Thc orphanage box left for Arcadia r. '
k' "? the paper--. Wonder' if we have IInyt : this leper, ; colony ; it is too much for / fire nnd biimstono from heaven to'' r

:$t ",'it iCl'n fur, revenue only"'in) Stnrke? j "If'." :nil and''." to be, used in its discu I this week. Let me thank every mom- ,' wake some of '1'111 up. I though: .
F b"I' and friend! for their I
...sion." hearty co-op- '
-- enough of Ora,1',1, county girls to
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v- :' The Sunday inmosville Sun eon- Ki.rht( y'o ale, bl'<,t1l'I'! And th.i j eriition. Besides the box funds to tho '' marry. one cold thought/ enough\ of ,I ft I 1i i

'I t.med. forty pages. Advertisements! sane Seaboard trains t hut pass! I amount of $100 aro going to our or- Starke to locate, here and I have been i iover

nod' matter descriptive" of the. coming I throiijrh, Gainesville! also pass throuirh" p linn' age superintendent. Let me some "nf the United States, yon .

,Maehun (''''lI1ty Fair predominating.It I !Sttirke' wheixforeve. are heartily thank you everyone.DLAN'CUARD. know. !, ;

is somewhat unfortunate that this 111.:11.,111: ,, i any leper colony. at Cedar D. LAW I One fi" How. aid lo me :

fair will take "place at the same time Key. Neither do we want to hear Pa-tor. ,did you come from'.' I h'rVhl'r"I'!\

ns the Bradford) County Fair, at Lnke I Ir'lo.idn.: called a leper state, and fin MIS.: ; ii.Mii.Ki: : ( ENTERTAINSMonday :: : land?' and he replied', "What the diikeiis -

.. Butler!" ,;; yet the two places/ are not far : thin tea on would fight the tiroposi- _. 1 did you leave a good' country for I

N apart and both fairs mny be seen by I ton t i if any other part of the, :mate was.. ,'v"inJtIr": N. Sternberg. and. roan here"" Upper group back row left t" ,'Ight-C. E. Bagwell. D. O. BryanE;
"'I those interested I in danger. ( We can have' everything here man M. Presslcy J. L. Copeland, T. S. Poteat.
1 ___ .. -- --- I 'gave a charming farewell party in'> run wish! for if we hustle. We have I I[ Front row-Mrs. Bessie Tlce Misses Ora Foster Minnie Thompjc- I
ihonor of :Mrs. J. K.; Wilson, who is '
t ( ;i 0) death where is thy sting ? The i r.\si\so.Mi: : : : > IMI'KLV.VIIONS: : / good climate and water and when we' Estelle Davis' Minnie Davis and Bessie Hughes.
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to leave .Starke. The .
Tampa Tribune man has rend a highI.row's : soon hostess entertained 1 get the uncultivated land, here in cane Lower group, left to right-Mlsa Lena Maddox Miss Ollie Fallal. T.

opinion of "near beer," and! I .\ police judge, in Jacksonville hold and afterwards her guests: !served with five a tempting hundred -- then you will see the county all fixed E. Lents Miss Little Bennett and Miss Maggie Slmpklna.

with n smile of satisfaction he sinfcs! that no one can be f fined 1 for swearing alul. course. Those attending j tip with hard roads. When they uturt passing out decorations see any reason why others shuulda'tsave
p its. praise thus: "From his statements. In a foreign language.\ The Times- this delightful: affair were: O, yes! Dad) Fling is still improving; and citations for distinguished too.

1' it would. apprar that prohibition bus Union thinks that foreign language/ Mr. IIn,1I 'II. J. E.: Wilson: :Mr. and I getting along quite nicely now service In peace watch for some of Tbe girls are operatives In tbe big;

+ af given us a beverage t that is healthful, I schools! urn ac-' :Mrs J. 5 S. Mitchell Mr. and 1 Ir... Ron- Well I must show you some of the the honors being bestowed upon these Hillside cotton! mill at LaOrunge.: Ga.

t upbuilding< mildly stimulating/ ands taunt no that men may learn how tovent (.,McLain; Mr. and 1 ;Mrs. William C. new, goods just received. See these two detachments of Uncle Samna Thrift The rueii r. overseers and sacond-
I i'I t altogether/ harmless so far n a habit their feelings without gettinginto : Powell :Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Ahearn new Hiding liridles for $:J.)0() and $:!.25 army They're! the champion Thrift bands In the same. mill. So to get

producing tendency is concerned We difficulty., Suppose this should Mr. and, Mrs A. /. Adkins. Mrs. W. I III. and Eureka Steel Spurs, also those Club orguniiera of the Southeastern everybody In the mill In the habit of

will have more respect for "nenr. I happen. .--what would, become of our I?. Harvard Will Wainwristht.Irll.: new Collars nnd, Pads and Work Bridles cotton mllla. saving they formed two teams of girls

:i1 beer" since reading what Dr.) Wiley II I manufacture and l'omml.'rcE'1 How T. 1) Clark! of Jacksonville. I, at $2.00 and $.2.25.;; Here is where While tbe war was on they learnedto I with the men as leadem. Then the

says of it." could stalled gasoline\ engines be made you get your money's worth-cheaper save and put their money in Thrift fun Blurted. Rivalry In getting mom

., I to start slow mules to pull lazy stevedore CiOVEKNMENT:: y 1'RE1sttU: than before the war for this quality.We and Savings Stamps. Afterwardsthey 'I bers. In the Thrift Clubs was keuu
.\ sick man in Boston was taken to to loud ships in time? Such also have Shoe Lasts and Combination found nut that thrift was a p etty In three weeks they' bad every em

j II hospital nnd underwent, a surgical oaths! as "sapristi," "mort lieu," "ta- To all interested am receiving agreat sets of Chrome Tanned Sole good thing to help beat the high cost i ploye In tbe mill,-600 of 'em--enrolled !

;: h operation. Ilk stomach ,was found to jtaiku t labatka" "carramba" would be for seed furnished and! Heel Leather; complete set, including of living and make It possible to save and buying Thrift and Having

4 ('(''ntH in. among hundreds, of other indigestible I impotent. The Irish are not effete. members many requests of the United nails for 30 (,l'ntll.Ve are for the 'bliiRs they Just couldn't buyIf Stumps regularly.. The weekly Hales

'.t. !' articles a safety razorblade i yet according to the short story writers ( States congress of by I taking orders! for Syrup Cans and they had to pay all at once out of of stamps In the mill Is more tbaa
department I
agriculture
, half of u O dog! chain and a su.1''IIII'r ..- I| they never got any farther in for free distribution\ and in order that ) Barrels. Sec our new Cotton Rope. a week's wanes. And they couldn't 1 $1,000 .and growing every par-lar.
buckle. lie confessed he hail. swearing that "begorra" which |I1Ve have 5 rolls' of this.omelhinA'111l'W
informed
you mayjle beg to that
r t 1 horn swallowing these things from I amounts to no more than our harmless the department advises me the say seed! i and good also. a new supply of

time to time for >',t-ars in hope that "by heck." The Welsh have a will not be available for distributionthis Fixall, Varnish.\ See our line of Lard

I they would "UIII"'uth\ A parallel 1 i cuss-word that looks in print as year until about December first Cans and Lanterns. .

incident is that of a man who, when "I'I'1.f>m.I." multiplied by three and nt x liich time I shall be very glad to Well well Si, don't it bent anything -

t. young, began/ to use tobacco for the turned, end to end that might: be use- forward an assortment to those! whoserequests you ever saw ?
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I' sake of eventual suicide, as- he had ful for ,driving!' a stray dug from the have been received. Yes, Brown DeWitt C. Jones sure
heard that tobacco "slow poi1 I carries everything to be found in
i was a yard, but how could one ever learn The department places an assortment any
On his ROth birthday quit up-to-date Hardware Store.Here r
son. how to pronounce it'? "Dunder! wet of seed in each package thus
using tobacco declaring that it was I ter" failed. to win the world war. it is a list. of what we want to- I
) making impossible to supply a
t.' too slow poison for him. Those foreign imprecations luck salt quantity of particular kind. day.
a Thrift Is Power
All I will have all
and! pepper and sage!' ; might as well Very truly right, it. ready '
1 It is said that the trade in canned) attend l a Chinese school, fo rthe celestials DUNCAN U.yours FLETCHER.NKV for you so you can look the city over I

I milk in Madison county has reached err said to use no swear words nt --- and call at tho Coca Cola plant and

e (Treat! proportions. This on account all. =, : ltl\EK see\ Mr. Jones.

k nf. first, a big/ crop of babies, and second It is as needful for some men to cuss 1

t/ I the pest of fever ticks that infests at times as it is to cough and, sneeze New River Oct. :21.-Henry Swil- Why Boys Leave the Farm.

t ( the cows.! The ticks either kill when their membranes are tickled. It Icy made a business trip to Luke Duller The St. Louis il.In-1; .,nun-rat tell Japan's ambition to bea

l' the, cows or give> them the fever which is a bud habit but if they can't helpit Monday. a whole lot la a few Hue when IIsays' world called

makes their milk unfit for human con let them use words, that have some I 10. A. Swearingen made a business "B,'", reason.. we have heard, yet power

i,. sumption. )lad l the farmers in :Madison potency, even at the risk of b'intin- trip to Jacksonville last week. why boys ,lime the. farm U becauseWillie's forth an imperial edict

I followed the example of those in ed. Donald Adkins has returned home cult jnms to I be 1>11'10 cow."

.. Bradford county their cattle would after spending. a few weeks in South telling the people to
1 have been free from ticks. However, Tit MKTHIC: : SYSTEM: Florida. '

' they have awakened to the fact that Little Elvira: Hodges, fell and broke I MICKIE SAYS save.

... tick eradication is vital to their welfare One c.f the many national societies her arm lust Wednesday.The I

tl' 'J under, and. many new dipping vats are whose aim seems to be to help supportthe family of C. M. McKinney have .....E.5 11teltSINU5\ MANMAY I i In three years since
contemplation government by using up reams otpo..tll'e been very sick during the past week
Ht'OOUT
- ) stamps and to raise the priceof but are now improving SIN EUEME INJIoO"tQ."SING" ) 1912, the number of
The editor of the aincsvilli(! Sun BUT VE lki.VSIA.NS \ !
of "litera
1 i paper by wasting tons John Kelly made a business trip to I
"'1' revolution is almost G.\Ti UMEtkAS! WHEN H IS / Japanese with accounts -
mind ture"
; says: our on unresponsive publishers is Johnstown Monday.Mrs. .
.0 sure The question, on our working to establish the metric system CDM a'TI't'Ot.1':1'' ODIN' 11' \.
Oliver
: It. has returned home I In
1.t t minds.", is what to do. Had) we best u of weights and, measures in this after spending a week with her parents I II I savings

11 temporize with it or, let it come and he I country. It claims that every nation ., Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. banKs has increasedto
done, with it ?" To us it seems that on .earth Mesopotamia and Patagonia\
Mr. Lewis, of Jacksonville is in IF VOU'RIEFuS9Y !
,ta.; 'r the revolution is already a fact. We included, use this "y"tl'm-all exceptthe New River this week. II 2O.655.83O. one-
I 1 could not It'mJluri/ if we wanted t U>, United States and Circa Britain I ;t4
An
interesting party was given by AB11vTYuuq half the
whole
M the who the trouble , pop-
ns and
people cause its dependencies.The .
rPt Mr. and, Mrs. Will Andreu Tuesday
t" have mnde' up their minds not to besatisfied metric system based on decimals I
.
Ea evening in honor of :Miss Oll.'neIel: II P IN1 NCi ulation.
t' wlwitever\ concession! are given end! would be easy for most perSons vin's birthday. It was attended by a ,I;" -R'1 : ,
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/ them. 'iV-y remind us of the shipwrecked to learn while some could never number of folks and all USw 1 1I
Irish sailor, cast up on n learn it; the figuring; Is easily per the occasion.young! enjoyed I I II In the United States today.

v t bench. He was sitting and wondering formed. This can he understood from I A ___ a1zG I ':
only 19 out of hun-
what country he was in, when a native the ease with which dollars and l'l>nt"arc' U'KSONII.LK: :< : I IVE: STO'KThe ( I WE every

'.. clinic up to him. ""'h"t'4 your politics computed' the cents being decimals I Interstate tik Yard Talley- I dred persons Have savings accounts.
)I
Pat ?" he asked. "I'll tell you in of the dollar, against the trouble I
l f a minute," said Pat ; "hu"z) a the Hritishers have in rand avenue, report. on the local stockmarket II |
must computing :
l by Williamson A. ire') -nis is as | I Saving is a, duty owe I
t you your countryas
l I'ovprnmlllt h"re1" "Y" ". said the'fl their money, where the smaller follows. :

( stranger. "Then, be jabberI'm agin denominations are vulgar fractions of Ortolinr 21 1 PI'1. I II well as yourself.
:r it." was the answer. I I the larger. The metric system has Ifotr Ht-rrtiitH Until. rnMptvlfl. rt'itilv. II I
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'fl ' .der h. my .151).11 non..1
be4l advocated here almost since the
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hmvy snAA> 9.M I
r TII-t; IH'MIILK: 'ryi'i:1t'R1rite: : I birth of the republic, but has met with R.rvh, h. iivy. 5 fit-it 9 mI > I One Dollar Starts an Account!
1 ;i no more favor than "volapuk" for. the I: Mt: ;:. I.. ley l the ItH'f T 09
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110 Ilw. 1:15 :.: :n0I I
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my |.tn' to : IU. iiOOns 7 I
The typewriting machine like the universal language I luht i p }tJ' mule, wa-- mnde. for hard work. As n If the metric system should be !>. - < ono 50.''

tt: graphicinstrument, its limitations. are i nd"ph',1t'. who are used to inches. lit I:, .runu.ham,. "I"' . . .. ._ 5.nn 4.iwi'.f+:| TODI'nii SOt I I BRADFORD COUNTY P t,. i w IK

f' legion' b'it it i on be made to do quick feet and miles gallons and, bu"hels, ertut., KictlpU ".."L PiviprrlD tlrnjy.
i .Sewn .. _._ 1 1tt.
and, 1"llhle'"rk.. It started aO'.1 II 5)I
woman pounds and tOr.II. could not get, an i iduI I. 1' . .. 5,0)50 5 RO : "8raJf r.J Cavity's I' ' '
In her invade"' of man's . I FinanciatStrong *
: "ph..r.Iorh I of the mll'nitu.I< of a centimetre, )hats ..4 SUM nil | 1 13m
I'ih <,tt 1' or for Wn,,"". Clogged types, ':, metre. kilometre, litre, decalitre, kilo V 0.If.n ilHIltK I . . _. 4 Illl/il; H 00SCO lO'' 1I I ESTAl UHI ED 1889

tf fn Led, rililinnnnd, unequal pressure grim miii,' or tonneati before we hail re- .\'. II rnh1" + Innnel2.50''' I
on the !k<, well athe contrac- 'n"' ''' ''' liP' ,
Nt yas I iltui-d 1 them t" the measures we me Sh..p, err pl" ,...n. Si.,.If. Starke, Fla.

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FRIDAY. OCTOBKK 21 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TKLRfillAIMI. SF ARKF:. FLORIDA PACE SKVK.N I ,

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''t Thomas, Mr. and Mrs O. G. Cooper, DKA'IH OF VBTKKANMr. : :.; !\.nrtC't: OP AI'PIICATIOV, FOIL TAX DEED have same b-J1 ing for feed and

!Miss Doris Scott and others began tTSOF.lt :( TlOS 175 OP TUBas I this advcitfsement. J. E. demons '
I ( : '1l \STATUTES: 10-JO-tf.
their duties us officers of the Senior :\ James W. :Martin died at his I Rrooker Fla.
t.t' : hereby notien i" ...1Uot, l..iln Ariklnn .
Bits of LocalInformation U. Y. P. U. Sunday night. Their ad- residence on North Cherry .street early I.u..h..r ,.f sat axle ,"lll\rnh1. numbrrpilrwiwellvoly I. ----- '- Yi

; \arne plans include a trip to Lawteygunize I Monday morning, October 21st, af nf Drndrnnl"-6 end, 210.I'ounlr.liouril Floruln.bv I ilic Snld taxcnllirtnr ; FOR SATE The Rydboten cottage: on

ti> "' / u n. Y. 1' U. there. h'I'Ill illness. of two weeks. crrlincnliIx'lnic 1 dated! Jul '-', 101..nd has I Cherry; street including three lots.No .
Jft -- --- .-- The) deceased was born in Georgia sled HHfil ci>rtlHenti>ii In my oirtcr, and Ana reasonable otter refused. Terms
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made uiipllrnton for tux deal l to lumio
J 1 Henry K.lwards; and John Powell 77 \'l'/l1'8 ngn. Ik1 had made his homo rM.Ir.nrlith law ': if ilosireil Address M. F. McCook

i .inn1 up Saturday tram the I'niver-' in Florida for many: years and l for tho Enid, rliflrntftt lHTthrty, cmhrnCTn til* I It'fil(: Laura St., Jacksonville\ Fla. u *i

I Crsrn//.. T..am.. 1..M. .d i "It \ nf !Florida and spent! Sunday at'' 'past two years' wn the owner of the allowing Innilii In llrnilfnrd County. Klnrldn.nRHiMrii 10-10-it. l
nt tho of the inmiiinco of sue) lt
Tey.ws .. .. C.... ..d f.a. dlllq .
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I i he home of Mr. L. C. Powell. Henry I Mahono:\ place u-theust of TemplesMill. ri'rtiflcAti1 tn the nnmrn piMtlvoly: hrrt'ln - -- - t
r. is.I the sun of l l'v. F. C. Kdwards whofrmerly : Feeling too old to cultivate that itfter imrttrulnrly forth tu-wit : 'FOR SALE-Thoroughbred big bona

-- e. .. lived in !';lark,' and wns pastor ,place he sold it and moved to Starke. :I Orlini'Htc Nnrthwe.t No.Quarter 26 emVrnci.of. Nnnlii'imt I tin North QunrtcTI Unit I Poland-Chinn pi)**. Write or visit I

I of the Baptist church. He had been married twice and I I II..r,I Wc.t Half and Noel h'r"t Quarter ftSiMithrnm my farm anti get my price and also
.. t :Men's Dress' Shirts 7S; centsto leaves to mourn his departure his widow Quarter. See' 11. TI'C.. S. K ?:2 neo some of the Herlonpr stock from
-- -- -- - H. .11 nmii'iuirH R. l U. Clnyton.r /
$2.39; () at acres the Ilerlonjr farm at Mica- a
Stump's.- .Judge J. T. Wills nnd State Attorney nnd two daughters, Mrs. Ida Floyd ]I ,rtiltcnti' No Bill: tmlirnri'ft the NorthwntIJimilfr great "
of near !Stnike': and :Mrs.\ lz/.io Camp-) nf Northwi-nt Quarter. Sec. 2l.! Tn.H. nopy, Fla. J. P. Roberts: Graham
Will You Be OneOFAMillionWorkers litToid! Tatum and sister, Miss Lu- A. V. Long have been in Pnlat- of I, S It .".! 1.1. 40 ncrvn. H..r..i'd R. n. Clay- Fla. 10-17-2f
r I ,, ka this week holding circuit court for hell of .1In'hnu. Tie was a veteran ton. ,
il I Tilt the week-end with
11111 spent
> Putnam The most notable tin- Civil war, having fought on the tTnUiM mild ctTtiflrtiti1.! shall, In redeemed r
I thin patent*, :Mr. and 'olrc4.! J. M. Ta- county. t'onfedorn'i-: He was much re- iicriiidlnu tf last tot ,lr.'il will |I..,,. I thrrroninn I WAN'r1s1)-Renter or cropper for my
To Secure kmiers gar case on the docket wns that of Nut ,, the I ItS day, ..r NoMMnbcr., A. 1" 11>lll.Witnciw .
turn i I
Richards! ,.oIOl'l'd. charged with the xpptted) nnd.11'I,:.ed, wherever known. my olTirlftl iunnluri nnd unit\ this ,I farmMi: miles west of Law toy;

r 1 TheAmerironRedCross \I1JI'\-:: murder of Conductor Butts a short The re-mains were taken in charge! ,II I Hill' tint.f Orl..I"'r.w' p. 1nlw.| I ISinil good| huililiniri; cattle! on the place
of WHOKS.
I !F. former citizen
N.
n time ago. by Funeral! Director 1). C. Jones, and ( Clirl. rirrnlt. C.Kirt.. and! hogs to raise on shares. It. J.

+ I Itrndfiiid county: now living in Jack- ____h. - ___ the imVrtnent took plnco nt Old Nowiinnsville ll( It \ WEEKS, : Thomas, General Delivery Jnck on-
I "'uiMllo, pent the: week-end here on cimetcry, near Alachuu. in\ I i \11, IMI\ ('1 l-rl' ville. 10-2 l-2t.' s

hllHJMCS\ :N./ A. Gilbert of the Duvnl Farms -___-- ? --- _. _. _ --- -- - --- -- .- --- -- J
Products.; Company, of Jacksonville,

I 1--'Mis.: A. Price of Kingston Pa., was in town Tuesilny; to arrange for II I ItnVOM'TMIV:/ :./ STAKKK '.CLASSIFIED. FIALTlIfy mi leu:; west:" of 100-acro Stnrko on farm Starke-four "T A

i" iiilii-d, lien- Saturday and 1 will spend l I the buying of sugar cnno. The cum1, road sets of btiilrliiirn ;T
ji 'ha! winti-r" at the home of Mr. anal, when cut will bo shipped to the rnno j, firilc't.v; TIc.al.t11U'' : Radical Changes Knifnttl public ;
I i !i under cultivation;
<05 ncre
': '>11'H.. Hull.Mr. mills. of A. I D_ Stevens Jncktom die, for Public's llenefitThe ADVERTISING ; set and
IO.OHO strawberry plants
tn. be converted into, syrup 'I''I't.
I jri'invmtf fine two rood mule and
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VOh1 t' :"dio'\.VAt''out "a 1: ., and Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of pr"i' MI, ''UPS' of the Guilty Then: OMK: : ( r.Moltn: I Idle ) \l1I I. SUK.I feed enough to; keep them until tho f

,." Jin,ksondie, spent Sunday, with In r Tlinsifrom Stnrkc nttending the t Me'ai.' ""t ", ,! :infor revenue only Ad.rnin.'n I 3.19111'' .-. IH-.1\1 II'.1 I 'ii M..I.K r Ihf. hondItMlHl next harvest season. All for $5000.

] p in-iitx. Sir:\ nnd 1 Mrs. II.: E. Lngcrv Wateronk! church where: the local nilI"I I ," but u t. Id i I to d" their! port hI put br limit,, I in ,,,dn, ml* rlUrmrntfor ,T. E.: Norman, Hottta 1. Stnrke
', : ... : : : ; n n. I list i association win entertained.! were, SturklI, ,1 In-,, imp: ns well us giviivr! nor limili, n .,. r.i| lid 3'1 I '' I m lieu-i S Flit" 'IO-24-fit.:
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I ax follows! : Measri... .1, Jo'. Kicliliter, the publli! the wei'h, of their mono --- __ _.
I :Mr. and MI'''. P. W. Dubose of Ft. .1. ('. Pi.ppoll, KI-VS. W. Kickliterand To this end they will install a new F(1'.I' :- 'I line-, lode11. I inch, sugar - h' --- ----

\ ... I White, niiivi'il in Stnikt Sate rduy! fur Klnnchiiic! T.nw1.11111", ; '* W. .T.Eppor Simplex "Projecting machine, whir \ mill niul ,I'D: ) .-.illnii boiler. J.
Ii!... ---s, .
n | n visit with his father, J. I.\ Dtibose. on. ,1. I F. 1 Kicklitor.. F. p. Wnin- will mnk thi pictures show up brilliantly II. Poppdl Stnrkf 10-() t 7-t: I-J!

sad; hl'llthN'V.. A. Dubosu. right _.._ .
, nnd pl-iliily nn the scivcn Thl- - -- ---- - DAVISAgency
J. Hun, |.lncy was in Jacksonville __ __ __ _
my. 6 machine i j.. 'new on the way to Stnrke., I.'on SALE-Iltitol 1 nail MIX acres of

4 i : New line of :Men's :aft IVH Now: is: the time lo buy linff- In order to |Fret the full capacity of land for milo or rent at Lnvvtov,

J M 'li.jli.s 1 hud business in thu lints. 52..10; to $1.00, at Stump; hums for the (CliiUlien'.s Scbeol1)resse. l I the ninchiulundiy\ remodelings of Fin. A. 7.. Adkins Starkn. 10-tO-tf. Eat. 1886 n1

i ...I ,r Tuesday.I -. ---- 's. Ctn i is '
C'ol. T. Weeks home again
W. yard at Stump's.: also serve to enhance the convenienceof FXn: fAf.E-tl1 acres of lan.l H& INSURANCESTARKE
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to the joy of his many friends and tho spectators. The nppenrunco'! mile smith of I.iiwtry on public
"I I V IvmliicK spent tho first o.i ( the public (generally He is much '
of the theatre will also be improved'by roml. Go".1! room house and, two
I 6,. \.i'"i'k in Waldo missed when he is away from Stnrke.I (,. F. Wnckormnn, n hotel man ofLiiwivnccburg
new ]paint. I rood wells J. M. McMillan.!\ 10-17-IIt:!
Tonn., hn been in
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1 \ i 'is Sistrunk i of Jacksonville, I Miss Elizabeth Crcnsmon, of Ridgcrrcst StjirKo, during the week, Mr. Wackrrnuin A new and vastly Improved film I
service been secured and! the pictures FOR SAM3 OR TRADE-Pord! car in
'' '1'iitMimla.N: .' in Starke. N. (' has entered the Bradford own the lnriret! portion of the i ij1'l'lit has is
t shown henceforth will bo the goad) citmlitioii. Clionp for rush, or '
High School nnd will spend the win swamp l between" Thorcssa nndSantn ,
PnrnmountArlcrnft will trnilcfor horse or bcofm -- -- --- -- ---- -
I ,n' t H l 11 11 I. Lawtoy's real estate ter at the home of Mrs J. M. Tutum.I. I Fe lake.! This ,sin"'p is n torrn. product of the celebrated! young' -
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stork cuttle A. hIt
Wynn
Select Pictures Corporation ,
inl'n'lIil"'Y' few men having everexplored
\' i II'! .vvii Wednesday.In : ----- *
it but it 1M'"nlll be rich invaluable and the Vitngraph! company. This
-- -- I.. :M. icShit( of Jacft-onville, was to service will be tonight _..____h __ ___ _
timber sad, deep muck. inaugurated E Fralick lldw. &
I , in Stnrke Wednesday in the interestof WANTHD To wood
Key ojiiteri daily atI .. i (Friday) with May I Pickford in "fie- buy pirn- split
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I I ., ,1 I ,M I"'s 10-J-tf. the. "Accident Prevention Drive beceu of Sunn.brook Farm." !Snturda ; in six foot lengths Wo will do the

now being put on by the Seaboard The Junior H. Y. P. U. has begun I i Oil :!'SSI: !;, ronstnnce Talniudae,: hauling Quigley Lumber & Stipple

I :11. I Roc::> is now in charge of work for the winter with considerableintrnst. Lining:; ill "Thi,' I ''11." Don't miss Co. ColicM [
h I' 1 Ii,,,,1 of Starke. Thi- register of officers r Furniture
'. west Ray Policy, who i I. a member of the ' i .On r nf I tin' -i ----- - --- --
t' S. Nary: runic home- last week for rends: President, Rllznbelh\ Browni I O - WANTED I nirl for ..moo work Pre

I s "I. 'if. Jacksonville, spent I n short visit. with his parentMr.: lee; Vice President, Iris Epper'smi, : :II"";.. .1. :M lliownlec' and childnMi' for. one who can use typewriter. Apply ii..

!L.,' ..r "-.i rke! with relatives. nnd :Mrs. ,J. F. Pulley.Sir. Recording ""'C'1'l'tllryu Treasurer\ Thomas Limbuugh ; Rocording Renting' - -$ ::1.110 ,::\1
"\'< \'alC".I" nt 1Vrnoewille" N. C. :Stnrko.; Fin.
1 I I' Kmirlit' utU'mleJ) court in nnd Mrs.: W. H. Harvard attended secretary and .choristor Ethel -- _. - - - ----. - -. - -- Ji.iilc: . 1 1 nines 1.IO ',(",,11
"..1 ,: ". In lilt ut the week. I the Shriners conclave In Tallahassee \ I Griffin ; I.iluariun Jessie \Mae Tin isdcn. I INlllJiSTION.I ( :: IIII.IOITSNIISS.rONSTII'MION !:;; : WANTED\ WANTKIi: traces $1.10<
- ---- last week. This is said to have ) J( 1'1''ANAll; :; fiuilcM amid vurn'tii-j-, Barb Hands. - .. M5: 'J

13( "lId.! union' sctr rye, oats and been the (greatest meeting of the J. lTrilby! is making arrangements I Chamberlain's! Tablets have restored send wimples fur highest market llriiiiins _ .__ ..75ir.r.o .

oth'. .-. Ids'arriving at White's. 17-3t: i Shriners ever held in Florida.. for boiling syrup at his farm to hoaltb and happiness hundreiN (]uotnliiins.. Hotter Cnnily, Co., IIUII\ J harness _ ; 22.0IIri.lh' .
Tho canes will be ground in n :Ilrollormill : who. were alflil'h'eIith indigestion ,
.Inrksonvillc/ , I Flo. 10-17-Ot.! _ :
_ !1.53: :3.0.1
K: W. Turner" of :Mucclenny, visited:: Prof. W. S. (Pniithon state high!: whiih will express, the greatest biliuosnpss: sad run'-tiPittiun. If you '
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,?'lnti's in Starke during the week. I sihiwl! rod Prof. Cups and :Smicers; I.Oil I.."> \
inspector, Ilaney, part of the juice, mind, the syrup will arc troubled in tins wnv .give them n FOrt SAT.K:-CnUmpo. plants lending
state ngrli'iilturo inspector, paid 1 the be hoilrd 1 in two now kettles of large trial. You are leitinn t" lie pleasedfor vnrictioH. Stocky, well rnot<'cl. I.ili- Plates 1.00 l.: O t

lark llii\vc ,is putting in u new sugar j I'radfitrd County High School n visit 'I capacity; !Mr. Truhy! has ordered! n they will heiiclit voti, Adv. I'lul count. Prompt shipments by lll.ick, 1'01 n Sheller: 3.2ri (

kettle un his farm fast of Starke. last! week. tractor for his 1i'I.101'1.., and ,if' this -- --- -
i machine. can bo used,. for running the It H a)('It it i. ii )! u K u : .. c: .". :r .< lea :l M'll tl It'll I| t'xprl'ss.V.10-10-U. U. Brown, Ilairnc. Flu. .

:Miss, HilJa Struth spent Sunday Mrs. R A. Wneks IInl her houseguest mill, it will be thus utilized, if not, lit 1"1 i; : We have the largest i

.vith friends and relative in Wuldo. :Mrs I n.( U. Iscley spent Tues then n gasoline engine will be used Iw litI' 'i'' ..

- -- ._- -----. I day in Jacksonville as guests lit the ';' r,.'ilit' FOR SALE' -One pair. I'oliinilChinnjiiirs line of stoves in f
II, H Warren naval stores operator home of :\11'V.kH' parents, Prof. I GAIETY THEATRE II | I:: r. nine! months old. Gilt will '

if Brooklyn was in town Wednesday. i and l :Mrs! T. J. Mclleath.: Friday Oct. 24. MARY PICKFORD in ' I 1 I I weigh| :UOO pounds, mull l KM! ) piiurids. town prices $15 to e
Iw' tin' ,, I'rii'c pair one hundred and If-( )
I per ,
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I ---- --------- I "Rebecca: of Sunnybrook\ Fai m. ISalurd.y | I'f i
I j Joseph C. Crews and I :Miss :Mutild.iI ty dollars, no reduction. Write or
Of CONSTANCE
Special prices on all Ladies 25 i I 1.,
Oxfords and Pumps at Stump's. I I.oiidholtz. both of Bradford county TALMADGE in "1 he Lr..on" ,, ;in' romp to are M. I). Price Graham $75.
married B. I n. fliers LIw Flu. 10-2 I-3t.:!
[ were by Judge Tuesday, Oct. 28. HARRY T. MOREY 'I'', I f
J, M. Alviiri'/ inadi' a bile shipmentof Thursday afternoon nt his office: in the: "The Man Who Won." I ii -- ---- I
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courthouse. Gainesville; Sun, "th. ti I.IJNH-A We t '
large sugar cane In Jacksonvillo ', Hrnnll! buy mare mulo appreciate
during the week. H. II. S. \SKKT B.M.I TKAMS: I I"3, I with white rings around each foreleg ,

-- i The people of Starke are fortunatein I:: R ] / weight about 750 pounds, liiia

I, :Mrs !M. E. Edwards: of Gainesville, having for their amusement this The boys and girls basket ball rlnlishave ,I" gp taken up at my place. Owner may I your business

spent Tuesday with her daughter :Mrs.A. winter the Alkahest Lyceum which been organized with Prof. S. S. I ':: r t ,,,j I III I l ytr

%, AdkinK will present five high class attrac Dowling an.1li8": ..J"IIIII1f'ttfat! 83u
'1G7.S 5'2.5252 i5252525'S'u25''ur'S'u u'2..i yu' u25L2a u25 u2SL ur'57 r'LS
tions. Noto the announcement of their thews 1\ na u u u
as /managers ; Carr Cllllc.y< captain 1'1
Rev. and ;Mrs. O. A. Thrower, Sr., first attraction on Nov. 3rd.___ of the boys' team ;Xelle-. Robert I IItl 'J uit U' .1
of Gainesville, spent Tuesday here on b captain of the girls' team ; Willie Kp-: i IrSa II'It STARKE HOUSE- ; s

' a business trip. !I Best prune Hleachin: 1 jiiriiwnle. person secretary and treasurer for the. I j ,W''
25 cents a1/ rd.tump: ; 's.I II ''Il .... Ida1 I a rv&
I boys and Iris! Kpperson; secretary and, ) :: a1-u. n.L" .nr in M. M. GEORGE, PROPRIETOR @

:Mrs. T. S. Williams went to Jacksonville 1 treasurer for tho girls. I

\ Monday for a visit with rela H. F. Roberts threaten to stop his \Moth teams have some good materI I Father n nand j jw Transient and Weekly Rates
subscription! to this paper as he claims
tives. I I ial' and it is expected that the Mensem '
we omitted the item of coon traps
I I _- will bring laurel of' victory to the, 'i SonDiffer I
: from our list! of quartermaster'sstores :: : CALL
STPHONE
Nat Williiims is in Jacksonville soliciting :1 in last week's issue. name of the B. H. S The boys'; have J 31 H I 152Stu'25''unur25
our !
orders for sweet potatoes andoranges. started I practicing and, nearly nil have ' :n' "1
I I Style ::;! u'-'ur'ur'Su'52S'S'S22r'ur25ZS'u ur2525 5252.SZ5''S2ri'!525Z52S2
turned nut full of "pep." Some. new 11 on u
: I j :Sir. and :Mrs. I L. V. :Moore have recently : !:
stars hnv shown. up, and the fist, five ':
F. A. Scott came down from J ck- hear I from their son, Aubrey will meet the Luke ISutler: hunch in ;; Not on Store ::, ===
who is in hospital in Brest France.
with, hm here the near future The girls have also i :: = d
onville to be family ;it; % I
He has barn sick' for some weeks past t. ii
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I' been challenged by some fast t"ms. I ; F
over Sunday.O. : but hopes Ml Ion to bi able to return to --. K I'atfier likes! style as well a* :iu i I
the United States. .( The '
J. Abernathy, a young businessman "'rill:; riGHIING: :; AMKKU'A.NS": ( :; i I ; son---hut not quite as much 'tf Checking Account '

of Graham; was in Starko Saturday I COMING: :0; NOV. :3rd. ,It I f$
I If'n'M Mrs.: ltermee Smith, of Jacksonville ,a ol f It. uI: "
died nt her home Tuesday., Particulars - ,
I nut available. Mrs. Smith The Alkahest Lyceum course will I :
< \Vtplease hotly. while the "
Work ; &
Monkey Skin was formerly Miss Bernice Kntcnzn: bei' in with "The Fighting Americans"or .

hoes $1.79' at Stump's. I I.Irs. and lived several years in Starke, Moridnv I'vl'ninl.Nov.. :3rd This :J young man lean* to bIt<- that \ tirnt lI'.VC'rs is reckoned in
caiirse nf five nt'ractions is. under I thennsnices I 'f,
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where she was popular. '
-. H. 1. Urownlce and son, Hugh, very---- -- ; of' ti! a Woman's flub nf 4 suits Father would, I J not give u dollar :and tents. I lie should strive

Jr. spent the first of the week in1 I Last Wednesday evening Rev. J. C.D Starke, and the ,public i i.. indeed f"r- j, them A second look; he wanlsst'lc.bul ; to liecome' 'more efficient and thus

Jacksonville. i \ KKoinim'tired( a series of meetings tunnte in having the benefit of these ':
his idea dift ::
of i is time.
J at the :Methodist church and, is hi- !. ,1.,<'.
K K Pi'rryman came up from l I assisted by Hev. Henry( Kzell: of "The FiJ.htillKm"I1'lIn,," are di5! ferent. 8

Gainesville Saturday 0..1 l spent the Hryceville. The public generally cordially rect: from the battle front in France' :i ; The first move should he to Open a

week-end with hit wife I II I I invited! to attend these services. and will bring the war .. me to you, in i' ':'i t. Arid we have some! things forK :III hank: account. Thissystematixeshishusiness.transactions ' 1
- -- I story and :Some;:: of their, .
----- -- -- sung '".m- both l in..
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and little son, D-m't for""t to turn your watches tars n r- French songs' and stories, also |- | 5' N, ! : from' the start

of Hard'I'vJlle. S. C., is visiting at the back next Sunday morning:, October thrill'ng experienrps of the Ameri- ;:\ ,,33j est-ihlisht-s; .1 1 h.isis {fur credit 1
father L. C. Powell. | I Stein Bloch :and in-
liome of her T
J' I h 't'he firjpi-r time according to ran troop in France. Do not full to' 5 :.
latest advici-s is at 2 o'clock a. m. If hear this excellent attraction at the J P crvajfs his standing; in the coalIllllllltti' -
1'1'0It" rt Dubose, of I.awtey | you (ret up and do it then you'll\ have hh;!"h --hool auditorium. | J\ Smart Clothes u .

spent Sunday' ; with his parent! ; :Mr. 1 the privilege of sleeping one hour la For school rhililrer' u very small ,\ 1'.
and 1 Mrs. W. A. Uuboxe. I IMrs. ter. rate will be announced,) later. Singlyseason >|j For amen and young men : We

- -. -- adult! ticket $:l. Doubly adult II, especially! ( invite checking: ac-
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'; n T Clark, of Jacksonville 'Ve line of .| a- m tiknt $.">. i > ceuints. None
are too larjje for
I' in visiti >. it the hume of her parents, | I.ul'p ;sinl l'hildren'v' Hats at L':.'rnemh'' 'r the time and glare' Monday i'I >\ $35.00 to 60.007K : our facilities : ,
:'11'. and :Mr ; n Wainwright. ; ; and n/ )"" ton small to have
!fS) cents each._ Stump't evening, Nov :{rd. at the highjj I r..t ,

j ;;;;;;;;;;; = =:... _==: I II -- -- ----- -- school auditorium. 31 i our :ipprcchtion' ) ami very carnal
COFrle ':MM NVtta Dubosp :Miss Jcisicft'encirppfs _____ ____ _ I N Dobbs HatsManhattan ?
'JASKF.TS; attention.Bank.
I 11' . We l Know We Sell The Best 'i I
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I t. ', L.: rs' Supplies and Trmbstcnes FOR FLORIDA' FARMERS >< .-_._ -

Iuls.molile. Ilrar"e..41w. . I I II. I Our reputntion of years j ", --- r
5. M. DRICCFRS, Lake Butler
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.:1 ice'n, tti lowr ,.rlce. Sp"d&l Agent (for SEND FOR FALL CATALOGUE AND .. of Starke

,ttf- > ." ,pi.i .vr.(>h order km Vafcost? Marble Works PRICE LIST ;;
I' W. are familiar with planting; condition: K

II ,'rr. Fnbatrnrlr :i I Years of Satisfactory service I perhaps we can help you. Write u.. I'I''. 'il The Crowing Hank 1'

-Latest' Designs to select E. A, ,MARTIN SEED \ \ 24 W. Forsyth St. E.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21$. IshI! '
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with her Mr and Trans-Atlantic Seaplane' NC-4 with It. L. Landrum the ''h"" k
here
parents.
--- ----- STEPS TAKEN To PREVENT :SUGAR day
PRICES: SOARING:: DC HEAD- :Mrs. A. Lane.airs. ||I[ her pilot, Lieut. Read left Washington: I'lciridashipped from Brauf |
ARRIVE Eva Burry left Thursday for i I! Sunday on a prolonged tour of the week carload of honeYI"c. .

SOLDIERS \Va-hmKton, (ct. :W.() Steps to pr<-- Jacksonville, where she:! will undergo', South Atlantic and Gulf port" The '",:a i"i lilt M5 gallons" /u. ', '

\ "l1t an abnormal increase in sugar no operation. Her father accompanied Mcludukshowing the days it will be weight: "if the product b. i" ,

I i i pi'ues h, cause .of the existing hort- her. II I in Florida include Jacksonville October pounds! andold fob .i< 'I, ) '

IN NEW YORK TO :i,, UJTIwere taken today by the department 1.. G. Harry made a business" trip :m{(): :Miami, No:1:? ; P'I1'Qt\l'nla. for. 18' cents/ per pound. . "
E\ : ol justice.tinincy t to Starke Wednesday. ::0.:0lith.: shiDpt-r $8,009.20.! ::! ';p 1
notiftel'I..t Uurranee Lamb, of Waldo, wan 1i
,\ fSc-nornl; Palmer 111'1'1 i
''' refiners: who hu\'.- been Wednesday. on business -
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CONGESTION'I 1 ;Mr. and :Mrs J. r Burry acre. in I
.l the
END \ithhuldinir!' their products" ficim ,
lirooker
Weilnesday.
1'mniket until the price!' situation be- I

___ I I I caniimore Stiit", "sugar! stabilized equalization, that the board United had to Jas.Starke,Reynolds, Wednesday.: made a business trip TOLT I .AVTIFULLRG SKIRT!'{

t I Ili 111..1:\ U I fair N. 1 11. Jones" and sun, Percy were
) cents
determined! that 10 wu a
:V.; .. fork act ;.o( I I" "i.i h',tide, It'.3 i \pruito be charged the wholesaler and in Hampton Wednesday.I fOR \WOMEN AKD MI/TCS
j -oldiurs of the regular" / army were" Highland ()Pt. ;J4.! -Wthad two that charge! in excess of that'I I : and Mrs. A. Lane left Wednesday _
any
/ '. landed here today from the transport very nice showers of rain here Fridayand amount wuuld l II e regarded! a.s a viola < fvi' Wuuthulii where they, will _!:oo""AI...._ ._ _.___ .u. __. ,
;J I George; Washington to attempt to end Saturday afternoons and') the farmers tion of the food control act. make their future home. We regretvery '
t + 11 congestion at the army piers In were glad to see it, us thing.!: I Iw. much to lose them.Messrs. l : "mq: A. Arr'z 95 S'l
,. I Uofinert were asked, to telegraphtheir !' r\g'
L. .c.: .
;.' Urooklyn caused by the longshore- .-", !getting Try. in this which : J. II. Suirency arid > $3 ..
price ln
menV. sink*. Tht men are under orders Supt. K.: It. Poppell, of Sturke, visit concurrence Smith made a business trip to Waldo : I I .I \ 1jl
"to shoot if necessary' ," according i-il the Bradford County school near I means" t that th'y'lIul to it statement made by Hrig. Gen here Friday. on the market immediately thereby : I )lav il Kelly\ loft Tuesday for 'H
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Itavison chief of troops movements relieving the present stringency Lawtey. where she was called to the X ., ". ', (1" in ,II'.. "
? Peter I lir.' (i i. W. Brown, <>f lawtey was uprofessional : :.rf'F. otir SjH-ei .1" i
I at the port of embarkation. The : visitor here Thursday I The, price t<> the wholesaler heretofore in- bedside" of her .sister.Cuude ,l J 'l, I II'' I L.:e' :..IO: ".. rV 'u<'n. r.I..icot'! !, .in <- \ 'I
which
\\ troops. will aid in moving transports and 1 Friday.Mis I was of 0 1 cents cent a, pound means The retail an Dil.t'a" here Wednesday.I : t ::; I1 I!! ?< rn ill i.ii\y fit' \\.11.1'1., II..liJ-.oru.. i I'>:. ,
I riease I
,saidGen \ and Willie
or whatever 1"I" necessary : < Ollie :Marr and ('Jarl'ncela1': I II. F. !'rice son, werein I ft' '
1 11 # .t 'chii, villi: f.ishiotuiltliloose l b 'It.
tI'. >. JlavlKon.r visited i "relatives ut Staike Saturday, ors have been allowed to change lIampton.edlll.'sday.. ,; I 'I' ., :: :

", s I The soldiers. weir. landed nt llnbo- and l were accompanied! home by :Mrs cents! old a 1 pound for While controlled the department sugar under I i I U. Smith of Hawthorne, was here, .1 F. t! I' . i':'r, :,--. '-. :;'! t II r"1') tnli'iitths8"It? I :" t i In -
..rj transferred! to and hllhy.1 prices. '!Tuesday.. : ( 'r t hI't \t tP1
ken and immediately 1) I. !
t Kigby of justice! and l the sugar hoard ,did not I I sick I tt' unrii' i f /livcrajrp!! fitrimSi: .-.'''<; !!> to ::*
the
,' Governor's; Inland J preliminary to duty :Mrs." K.: Wilkinson and, daughter, state what the new retail price would. i i list:Miss this Gracie;week.Ur Sparks on f thtt:. !, .1 I .Ii i .]12 Icnirtii!! : l.nI I III PITH! women, s" /" -
: r at the piers. in They :Mrs. T. K.: I Engebretsen: returned Sunday f.
I. 'army Urooklyn. Live be it was assumed. that it woulduthe \ Hunter, of Hampton, was here d f l -: \\ utt( uitl: 1 ;o.J;;j f ;i>7 length for 1111,,. ,
f d" comprised! two battalions of the 12th from a visit with relatives at advance. I I I ,
wholesale
greater than the I j ,
j infantry, /first division which was U( Ink .' Tuesday, and Wednesday on p cafe-- t I i f' Iii-l nil send it to with ,
i! { .it i ( t nut u- your: n' "pi '
t first in France and first in the fighting Wilbur :Morrison. of ,Jacksonville' I signal business. I' If t .
General Palmer made I :I'i I l'" t t.iK<'tliervith t-hfck or
i mon.ir
:Many hud oversi-ns t-lir-vron and spent Sunday here with relatives.T. Attorney I'uh'l I Perry flyrd made a business trip to j jStaike s your
wound stripes. Reddish, of Lawtey, was a visitor ; lie the following telegram sent Friday 'I : U i ,| I'of'I:I.I!HVc, will seiid it to you pivp.i" ( I!

The troops tide in charge of Col.JetT here Friday. a sugar refinerst I i :Mrs. Eva Abernathy has returned\ ) i ,nui'i' !nl Money Saving: Unlit": 'n 1 1j I'
Wim- "After! thorough investigation by I home after n three weeks' visit at I II ti'I' 1k.. tlou't ,
K:. Culleson: who commanded! the The many fril'"tI of II. C. j the skirt wu! x UI' y.n
first in be learn of his the, recogni/.ed authorities on sugar, I I Tampn with relatives and friends. I IIr. t ;i' .
Wth; infantry of the division beily, Jr, will !glad! to > "Ti > V.: will refund voin mono \ i < '
Fiance and received .several decorations safe arrival in :New: York Wednesday, the United States !sugar equalization :\ and, Mrs. :Myrtle :McKinney and
( board. hall notified\ department, of sister, Miss :Mabel, of Louise were
He was. greeted at the, pier by after being overseas for about sixteen (
ling, Gen, I liavison' who, when askedif months. :Mr. Wimberly is with the ( justice of the following facts, : here Fiiday, on business.
considerable of the Si-hell Byrd and, sister, Mabel, Write for Our Fashion Bulletin
mole troops were ,'ominlui,1/ that hospital 1'011jt1 of the navy and hopes 'As a part were Special ,
members of the lltth: regiment at to receive,' his discharge and come country, always supplied at this time in !Stark Wednesday. on business
Camps Upton and :Merritt, nearby home In a couple of weeks.Miss of year wit.h beet sugar, may be em- The W C. met here Friday afternoon [ A Penny Portal will bring it by return mail I
would be brought here if necessary. : Catherine, Crews, returned to i! harassed by failure of factories. to sell with n large number of members
Incrtidiary Circulars her home at Crewsvdle :Monday after j sugar because of uncertainty "regarding present, and the meeting wns carried

As the soldiers, were arriving the a two weeks' visit with Miss. Beth price, our judgment is that no on splendidly. KOHN FURCHGOTT COMPANY
,f police, learned that incendiary, circulars { IVimben'ly. higher price, that 10 cents cash, lessper j Mrs. :Mamie (Crouch of Gainesville -
,, / UII, >/'uirw'! establishment F. :M.\ Crews made, a trip to StarkfSaturday. J cent seaboard, basis" ; i i. justifiedand and, :Mrs. Maude: < Roberts, of Oliver
i of a "Workers\ Government Like the we hope you will decide at once to Siding, were here Thursday and Fri. Jacksonville Florida
f' c Soviet Republic of Russia" were being It. I. Crews, of Starke, visited, relnlives begin marketing! your, sugar on this! l I day at the bedside, of their "i..ter1i1l8: i
ti, distiibuted I to I the strikers.The here Sunday.I basis, and relieve the very serious Bit- Oracle SparksShe. was taken to

PI ?4 pamphlets read, in purl : I II. A. Austin was a visitor to. :\Iux111 I nation! The price of 10'a .cents net ofI i I Gainesville Friday where she will un- ,, "" """ .... ,, ""' ""' .,
which ha been
I W "'1'11 striking longshoremen: \ \' Saturday. cash f. ii b. plant I(1"rgn, an operation. I
i 4 k -- _..-- ,,, I fen-d by the sugar! equalization hoard j f>r. Mulilleton: of Ht"'k"'a., .. here
l ) "A proclamation issued" by the communist HILL I fin sugar" in execs- of ieiiininuitj |' ) Friday, hu"il1l'{ .
1Ir ._ party of America, of the ,district 1'L-1Y- on ! A
I in your territory as shown by your i Willie. !1'rii-e made a business. trip STORE NEWS
of Greater" New York.
i Clay Hill Oct.Jl.! ;! I.. If. U. Hudson | IH7! deliveries _, a minimum up to ti i to (Juanill" Friday.
I 1'1'1'' thousand longshoremen am' onstrike mill II. S. Starling were transactingbusiness j :;nflfllI tons for November and Ili-eem- \Ir: s. )Sam Pons nnd son, :Malley of _
against the bosses, the wniro in .Jacksonville, : ,,"o1I1Y. i i ber .shipments to ,relieve :an, acute :\fin1ti-ocl.a\ weir here, I Friday.
j' adjustment! hotud and, I the sciib'' unionism K.: II. Carter and sun. Henry m:+den i shortage. among the mnnnfiieturi'rsi :Mrs.! J INt.; 1 McKinney! :\ of Louise.
of !the, A. I''. of I I.. Strike! means .. business trip to. Jacksonville Fridayand ) : i east, is not to be considered a prece-" I 1\\111< }lien, Friday, guest of her hrnth'r.Ind'ow : $ A. D. ANDREWS COMPANY '
victory Arbitration menus defeat."Unite .. 1 Sat unlay.Messrs., I dent, or" bnsis" for !loud prices''I 1 Spiirk-

t with the sti I "iking express : Jim i Carter., Ozias: !'" "Sf'Utt ,! 1 11141, \ou to make youi tin IIIUtI <(0.I I Mr and :\11'W.. n. Warren ofHiooVer I
i drivers, ', stevedores', , freight" handlers I Raiford FloridaVe
nnd Jesse" I're.mntl air. visitors to I mi-tit) of prices based on the above. were visitors here Friday. 1
plHtfoim men ami liniiffeiiis\ , for ono l.awte> Saturday. The department of justice will treatas J. K. litville: returned from ..Ia kI $ ,

.n,,. big. industrial I triinspoit, workers' un Arthur Wilkinson and father, Goo. an unjust charge any prate in L-X- i i I sonville. Friday, I

M ion."'I'ha' government will send, soldiers Wilkinson made, u business trip to I rise of this i and consider suih chargeiolation ; i I :Mrs.\ J. A. Graves and children !I' ft \ have bought seventy-five f?
r of section 4 of the Lever ,
Stuck
Saturday.
II \ i Suluiduy for Kissimmee where they
f' 1 II take your, ,(daces. t Some lire already S..1 Starling, L. S. Carter: and sons, food control act as amended Please 1 will make their future home. bales of cotton and are still
. domic thu work and
', dirty IH.Iinil are II. .C.. and Kdwaril l. I'. I II.) Lang were wintoday your eoneurrenre in the 1 Flank Ueville spent the wel.k.lldI

i..k j on"How the" way can>you expect a square deal III Lautey Saturday !ahu' e." 1' here with his parents, :Mr. and :Mr-, i $ paying -the highest price for Upland $,
.i' ( I i. M.; Carter attended church atItluck -4---i I J. IS. Heville.I .
from t the bosses' government The
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government" will place soldiers at the \ (Creek Saturday. MI'ORIl I Miss Georgia Kdwards; was Inline"vlll" f cotton and Sea Island cot-
i! :Mis1'arrie Starling and, aunt, !Mm. I (;/ Saturday shopping.
r piers" with titles and, machine guns to"hft..t 'Ida I George, were' .shopping in Lawtey. I lUiford( Oct. 2J. -Prof. R. A. Green ] :Mr. and Mrs: Call Jones are the' I T'
you down. Viisco Andrea 1I1'I"'I.t:011", \: Miss: { ton.
Suturduy' ", | prowl parent.f a line girl, arriving
"The to rid of thehints'
only
way gel I :Mr." and :Mrs.\ I 1.. W. Wilkinson were troupe, Amy Tyson were vlstiors! to j i Saturday.
government is to establish aworkers I I $ \Ve still have few $
transacting business !in Starke and like{ the Soviet '
government
IF t .Andrews made business. I
I.awtey Saturday A. D. a trip u i'day.I .
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'f' r1 I '1 republic, of Russia." I II. S. and C. N. Starling were visiting I to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. I ;Messrs. (Frank lleville: and Sehelli I mules and horses on hand.

1h'I'kk"tolll'llll.., a Polish long- I / friends in Highland Sunday : J. C. Jones is visiting! relatives i Ftyid motoieil over to Gainesville; on
I t shot"ennui,, was arrested on a charge i :Messrs.! II. I D. and l T. N. PadgettI I in Jacksonville this week. I I Saturday. : We have just got in a piece of $
of distributing. the leallets. lie claimed I were business" visitors to Highland :Mrs. \\'. II. Tyson relumed homeThursday :Mrs. W. I'. Hyrd and two children, i

'{( ;I to have been in thin country five Saturday.. after spending a few days Jennie I j and avid| Wednesday, furWilliston a car load of stoves.
t y(-nrs. I ;Mrs John Austin spent a few days I herd with friends | where she will visit h..rI '

i The !inlcnmlioiml I mercantile marine i I Maxville: ,', the guest of her daughter :Miss Thelma Sthellof Lake huller, I. mother, Mrs. I'hinney. We full of Diamond
announced 1 today that !it wotiMinuKe I Mrs: Lena Tanner and family. made a business'' trip over here Fri I ;Messrs. Jas. Reynolds, Frank Abernathy carry a supply -

t t no attempt to move cargoes ': Quite' a number of the Clay Hill I day. J.P. Roberts, O. J. Abernathy
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,pending further efforts to nettle the folks attended court at Green Cove :NewnVainwright: of Starke wall | and wife were business visitors to S. and Nellie King Flour $

strike" by the committee appointed by I Springy, during the past! week. Among! I in' town Friday. Ilhe county seat Saturday
I ,I Secretary" of Labor Wilson. theme were George Carter, Jim Carter I Mrs: Rnfe Johns, of Lake Butler, Kev.: W. McGuire: of Falatka, fill $ good and fresh from the mills.

1 Horace and' Curtis Starling, W. I was in town Friday afternoon.The ed his regular appointment here S at- '"
j r 1"yt KLKHKKKl.nl.ee. : :.: .1. Starling, .E. II. and l \\ II. W.I Advent church has been having i unlay and Sunday 1 \\ e carry Saddles Bridles ,
I Curler, I.. W. Wilkinson, Barney Lang a ,revival meeting here this. weeks I! :Messrs. Willie Price, Frank Rey-
. : Oil :21 I. The f.imily of and Klisha and Lonnie Prescott, Charlie I :Miss Bessie Kennedy: spent the I I nolds and Robert Price motored over Collars Harness Furniture of
I Louis Harris have been ,during the j Wilkinson.Messrs. week-end with her parents. in Lake to luster) Sunday. $ $

t: past week, I'r.' Johnson of Raiford, -. -. -..- ---- I Mutler.Walter, i i __- ___ ___..A __ ____- $
all kinds almost all kinds of
t 'being the attending physician.liclfru : . Oliver and! :Malcolm Rosier Whitten. Lacy CU OIl anti Carrying a considerable amount of ; 9 ,
Sapp nlll1.: C. Ros4fn were I were visitors" to.. Jacksonville Sunday. I Shepard Moore: were visitors over to 'freight the ('Iyd,' Line )boat City of
.e \. isitors to l Raiford Saturday after, George; Smith moved from Elarbee Lake Butler\ Friday night Jni ksonville made the first run to Hardware Salt Make feed a
' t l11aq. to Ruiford l Thursday.r41 .) I K.-v: I K:. C. Thornton, of Tampn, descent City from Jacksonville last I t $
( "l I who has been conducting! a revival I Thursday without! n11'ident.At, I Crescent Specialty Blue Serge as well< < as

: -- "mietuii' here, has returned home City about two Hundred" citizens
''If, : __- I I' ' :Nicholson'; of Jacksonville, is were ut th> do l I. to greet, the boat $ other kinds all kind of (Dress $
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r 'puiiii,, /," in a dentist ollice in the rear iind went tl il Hind! to i-nio\i an 'impioniiu I

,I i . 71-1 ill illI I IIi. .'hii.l'i..f 'In'. nir bank in the Hundley & Andrews | ,,I'inn"i 1AflOUN 11\ $ Hats for Ladies all kinds ofGents' :

\ i: :Nicholson:. spent the week-end '
and hats and
Ju'ksonvillpMi Boys' Caps i
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J? : ,--- Helen'' :o.l1l1rilChlO'ft: \ Sunday D THE WOULD E j

, : h 1 I linn' ,111 i IT! for Lady lake to visit" for a WITH THE A1 IERI : $ all kinds and prices of Ladies ; I Ii
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I! \\ I IThornton: gave! a vcrvinteMsting 9r ? RD Ol.OSS.I\ i $ (Dress goods all kinds of staple
: $
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talk at the school house in :1r )j ,
; THE UNIVERSAL CAftTho \ II IIJ : i h.-ipi-l Atonday:, morning. In fbur.l'ma, goods. The Best Brands of

I 'I'. (' Rntlitr.: of Jacksonville\ was in

.; .. iI: simplicity of the For I cur, its st.-liilitv: "i'i' ton :Monday.Mr. $ Shoes the best kinds of Overalls $
l in construction, the famous hear, trente,! Ili t : and :\ir... :N: T. Hitch w"r'i." -

.t : Xnn.ulTftm steel with its marvelous !\frl.'lIgt:1!i II: I ilnrx here Sundav afternoon. Stock Powders Coffee .
fl"J and! Hixiliility the low >?"+.r of o-per.-mon/ mil! I'lhi Quite a crowd! of the young folks $

'1' iii.iiiuin.iiu-c its case in > :> .1 i.inii; all! I h.vj 1,1' i went mirht out to the State Farm Saturday) $ Teas and Tobaccos. We have

I .1, made the Forclr\ the grc.'t, f.I\r-: : i i.,. c > -/ r ,! 1 1 -- .

', t(1 l t. r.! ." Ltmlin tht xvorl.l.! It's the one t.sr: ta'I ; t 'liti i rK.\l\M! $ a large ;New Corn Mill and j)

i satisfies and\ !scrv- ;. A utility hv1'ul::: .Ij', ,.,' I' ::1 i ii. (IHJ I i -

't'r, Ihat..11. can al '.>pil. \\\: will he: pL.; ., : h.1'\ o! h 1 Graham Oct. :21:! .- -Messrs: .T. II.I grind buy

I I';,,; our i>,r,li-r. 1 1) n't ,Iclav IK-C.IU: its .. . :i.:.u ,..1.It p I I Surroncy and Frank .\b"l'nllthmll", $ your corn. you r $
1 lu.ixv all the ume.: \'-'; lii\e, .I! : ,i.rver> I I" lnisitie strip to Gainesville\; :Moni ; chickens
..1..1.t t 1 I tlnnir i Ill Piiitur 1 i. r itcccssnrll'. sell: the.Lssurj III i davi "1<."? -. W IY.o,7Sna buy your eggs buy ;

fart,. .:1\! I'if' llcst j ill i I \1,''"r".J." P. Roberts nil Murphy $
1.' I''oril ; : : ; I
:i-ninne/ < all have sell and setl;
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l'. ;Iii'J; n'i h.itviL.tl. \ repairvnrk.. ,:! I; business Price were in Hampton Monday on I'lllli: ii I IS'.i'-i"ii: -. ''r.me,tlie:, \'n\ u I rUII'r t'!' .'', >
.' I I Hi- i .., (I'.i ,v ,"i', ii, |; UI'M' all have '
. : ; A. W. & G. VV. ANDERSON !! !, Mr. Hess, of Jasper was here :Moh- .in $ you to buy.
!k dav <>n biisinnss bail n-iln (I.at.ioi.ntr> > t"< .1 'heist> ,
trnt.'"r i.'h'liiHin, ,ami,J III II summer. ,
I i H Bennett of Gainesville! spent $
FLORIDA ; I
STARKE IIIII 9e of U't": the When come to Raiford
I Moiiilav :and Tuesday here. guest of !i iIr. Ainerli'iiti net! Cross doputclitM - i{ you
Its first $
I ; \ unIIr: *. .\ Lane.Mrs. Itouiiianlnn relief I
.. .. ro'J-- . .. ...... .". -\o.... II t : Charlie Rollins, of Wnldo. wa ] contingent. Two hospitals. were at I come to the BRICK STOREand
.t. I taken and .
tF' ( ones over operated, by thei i .
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!, (/.' -. '' ..t....,.--"5.:: Jo-: ",'.'',.,;J"f,''':f r;;t '" It ., R.n Monday: Oval on and business.Mon, Harry, were i I I Ibusiness Red, ("rtls" n canteen fur the suirvlng '| $ see what we are doing.A. '

f;. t'1I. _- ._. "- ,.,. .f" t..1 I visitors" hl>Monday: I refugees/ estahllahed and food nnd I
.11 .A-I. ', - I." clothing: distributed! over a largo" area.
f (1 i--. ,.._ I \ ,, ;:, _. : Rill Burrey. of I.oultle.VII" here
) s I Truodportfltlon\ of the Itoujh..t |
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": ... problems' with which the Red
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; I ..", .. .". -. ." '.-.t' ...'...'-- t:" ... -- .. ... 'I Cross worker! 'In Houmanlit, had, to
- -- -......-' .... ... ':. ...-. I'I a visitor to our school Tuesday. deal. here\ Is seen an oxrart" used I Raiford Florida.
j. : . :Messrs.! J P. Roberts! and J. R. Reville. !
i: i '''j ---".-. : -w.-- ll.lL by the Iced, Cms to carry tin relief $ $
were in Hampton Tuesday i
s 11 euppll.s up Into the mountain
Il'I".. -...... . . :: :Mr. and :Mn..Tim Dyal of Suwnn- I
I'.'. - -.r' :'tin "" .......-r.- -:: -. rnSIr; YT 1I' nee Valley !spent :Monday and.. Tues- ""' ''''
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Tin: AMERICAN RED CROSS 8p
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Some Hints About Getting The cessation of the war, sadly c
enough did not at once restore comfort -

and plenty to bereaved and

stricken lands. and the American Red
Your Money's Worth of Goods (Cross, as a sort of "Kig Brother to

all the World," is having to maintain t

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\\ ...o I' ,u, .1 MviiMjic's' play an ''mp"'a"1 I lime eM i kraal the same weight anti ,' for un "indefinite, time.

"' ,mid'I 'IN i-c'oiiom icul life with !tin .' I N 'I'r i vary with the temperatureMI For ono thing- all the surplus medical -

.1'' nl.! ''I- \\ sill buy mid many of us boat 'the result t i- not the same in and surgical supplies and the supplementary t
, \ i both weights mid 1 hot old weather. Their heaviness
r our our :i- in' food stores of the American -

M "n' I though few wtiuM, think makes the weighing of light articles army abroad has been turned over

'i in' vi I. i rude] fur. determining slaw too lill'htwlltht.. The to the Red) Cross for the relief

value-" We have, never yet seen a I spring balance scale is a holy terror. programs now being carried) out in

,met, ham that would cheat in the III damp weather the spring sticks., Poland the Balkans, Siberia and) other 0 .

n'r'-'nrr of length! an when ho sold and if you know how you can make cOUntries' ,

dr\I goods or plow lines, and we do i the dial record *i'' sorts of weights.! If The American Red Cross, therefore, A ma"'' '

I't,! tlnii'fore. believe, that occasionaliheiiting you slap down a pound of meat on the is obligated to maintain capuble medical )

t' 'mil weight and measure is in- ''j pan the dial will show several ounces nursing and general relief units tat pals

t" in muni"' I. ami the hint we will (give more weight than if you lay the meat I ut suitable points, and to establish hh snake f

i an intended. 1 for the merchants' bene- down gently. Some butchers have n tinder American standards training q

'11 1 .1- aril .is the customers'. way of pressing on the scale pan with schools, the graduates of which will

I nHUM'uiv, and liquid, measure is the finger' in their apparent desire to I 11 be able to carry on the work initiated,

. ,tin' .iiiii-. I I'ruilure is bought by give hnt'est t weight.V' once heard n I by the Red Cross" in warstrickenhinds. ,

V, I i. I In, I I. which i is dry measure, and butt her say that he had sold his finger ,
ry lii'Mid,, ,,I I"- u'' 'Iulcd l by the same stan- thousands of times. 'I I
I There, is also to bo considered' I lit'
iiiii.l' / \ '",-h.1 hold; :a!:2! qunrtx dry Those who buy sugar, rice, coffee, distribution of fond and clothing! to

in.' 'MM I huh, halls,' :;Hi'-. quarts, liijuiilMM 1 bean- in small quantities lose much I the penniless' returning refugee.s-t I II .

' ,.1 ,". :old the liquid quart used durinir, the year on account of the I I tusk that bids fair to last well mini' I Ii 'Meet after the movies" t"

t l"i l, \IN'L|' .u..I. Miic'giir" is the one al- I'imiiiioditicx being' weighed after having I i Ihe. coming year. I II you ;

.i" i ui'iv' ,i-nlly used in country \been put in paper bags. Supposeth" i I Take it all around the Red '
1'1'0".1 -C/ics. Field1.TO'1'1i1NG
"\\i ulii'ii-, I tin' inspector is un- b.'igs cost four cents a pound campaign, known us the Third .

,KM.'Mi, , Tim-' by the time you have while I sugar costs 11 1 cents a 1 pound I Call Nov'mI."I'II.. : has this overseas -
I 1. MiHit, _' iiiint-I- nf brims nt 20 centsi I
: | : th<> seller gain.seven cents obligation as a most di'linitc objective.
i ''i I -ill' < "" II.IM lost 4'.i quarts. or pound of paper bags' he sells.tor.er'j " like following; up u fiorvd' show ",

'.'n' , )"I 1- Potatoes' apples onions are wealhM' the bags become )" - - ---- ,1__ N \\itli a tfootl sninkiChostorfieM.! : .

in. .i-iiM'd I with big! measures by the al-Do not buy in Mimll quantities( ASSISTANT; : :SU'KKINTKNDKNT: : :: ;:

mil". r 11 hunt In fullIn- buys. them hut are for then you may: lose both on account/ PI.IHIini: I: iinisou: Sh :S- No ordinary cigarette th...' '\I.'1ln v n sm
)rotiiileii' ''' ( l h.\ -mall measures. The cmpt of scales and
dirty paper" bags. 1'1.:111'( ;: TIIK l; :STAI'K: l',\ Itll:
t -.pine- between the potatoes alum )!I' The quart of syrup when put in bottles old tiicml lint richItli i : 1'c.----! t:;.. kind
ill'-' rim ilo not amount to much in a
half bu-lirl measure but become ser- is a very uncertain quantity.Sometimes I Idamesville; News) that {iocs tight to the spot. t

'inn.in u :J-iimrt| or half-peck metisi a bottle holds a 'quart often Assi.-taiit Superintendent, f;. ,
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,urrIn other words, you pay for air, nut The pint bottles never hold Brown of the Stare Prison Farm litHaifortl. Our cv.n luayci.5: i1tltl''rfcntc'hcttaria;
a pint. The price of syrup is so ,steepthat is here today for brief visit
which is worth nothing Therefore a ..
the Chfcest'I'.iri i '11 Jl.t't u blend with
the makers should ut least give :
buy such produce in ns large quantitie to the Cattle )Roundup and, to attendto (
us you can and' 1 have them measured i full measure. Undersized quart bottles matters of personal business' Ha this s of specks'ly selected. 1 1
of thin syrup) at !!U 0 cents have so farm is
states that the state getting
in as bit measures ,' I '
as prllctiubiI'
Domestic tobacco. 'Mils: blinding! by a
disgusted \buyers till they preferthe
many
As >long/ as they are not sold by' on fine and that he is much impressedwith '
corn syrup made, in :New'ok: to the "honor system" of handlingthe method out tarilit'rs
weight, at least the bigger/ the potatoes I secret brings, m'W (.;
the article' made'\ here, as'" such "syrup t
convids there Practically no
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or apples\ or onions arc the more :, flavor that other id: l.--s:: -'C.t: atlsot'sfail
for holds I the measure claimed for it find armed guards are uscfl! and, most of
you pet your money. ,
All commodities intended for consumption is always uniform in quality. the foremen' and bosses are convicts to find.That's .

(should be sold by weight. To Jones of Hinghampton," a scale He thinks that some of the most efficient :

sell string beans and cowpeas, for in- maker- used to have for catchword in [ reform work Is resulting from what vu ..1cn:. : .". : '. "- an .1\
his advertisements this: "Kittle fishes this system.January. ?
!stance little by manipulating measure is ridiculous.the seller can Bya have scales; big fools let the other fel- 1. P.I20! : the convicts for entirely new kind of smo.,;r; 4 enjoyment )it,

easily", cheat the buyer as well as the : low weigh" :Now: when you get the most )part will be placed on the that you get in Cheslerfk' /i/y nowhere

producer whom he buys from To sell change:: in a store you invariably ascertain roads of the state. A reserve of 75
eggs by the dozen is also ridiculous If that the money is right before able bodied! men the women convicts, else; for the blond is u closely guarded :

you weigh three eggs of the average )I you put it in 'your pocket. Yet you cripples and diseased will be kept at secret. It can't be 'opil'd.
"little brown hen. you will find that never doubt that his weighing of the the State Farm lie is doubtful if the i\;,

they weigh no more than two from a goods you bought is correct. A scaleto estimated total of able bodied convicts i

hen of any of the large breeds; yet I use in your home, to detect faulty will keep tip during the next 1 l /7J
'r.
"eggs is eggs" and the price of all is weightscan be had cheap. Perhaps year O'7'r. ;
the same. I "Farmer Brown" can tell you where toget At the present there are but four

The only true way of measuring the I one. Such a scale may be verifiedat white women convicts at the farm, but v'H'I;\ :

value of food produce is by weightif I times by means of the weights used there are several score negro females, 1

the scales are correct., But here we I on platform III'aII'M.' however. AM a whole the health condition t.

strike another stumbling b'ock.' The If what we have said may serve to of nil prisoners' shows a marked ,

computing scales used in many stores open the eyes of buyers, it may also, improvement states :'01 r. BrllwlI'l

are correct at a certain temperature, 1 i serve the same purpose in regard to after b..illlit/ the institution estedi

when the working parts are clean otherwise I sellers, for merchants must look out short while- 0 ,
not. Of the platform scales no for themselves as well as the consumers :'01 r. Brown is remembered here as a :

two that have been in use for some I most efficient and popular" county
farm demonstration agent. Farming I

operations at the :State:; Farm have 0 0l. ,
RtrMltLlNGti; ; the goose that lays the golden PIIlM.ORSEHVIn. l.been, a success this year states the

: visitor. :Mr. Hrown' family is with
How all - --. ---- ---- ..
:Mawnin', Pete. come you him at Raif rd, and part of his business -
look so full ob stirrer" dix tine mawnin ? i .\ Sl'ifaSTIO\: : ; ; here today is to attend to the

Mawnin: Hrudder Jones. ; how come i moving/ of his household goodto his
you all ain't don herd >le news ? tl1'ke.; Flu., Oct. 7, !1919! i il new homo. 5Ls3 ,

Mr.l Editor Telegraph:: .
News! What news, Pete? II --- '- -- --

Wy Starko dun dnid. In your last number of the Telegraph thirty years-his work is practicallythe

Yo' doan tell me no rich lie. Oat you asked someone to start same as when ho first took employment for "

'taint possible.She i something. with the railroad, and whilehe 20 20c
-and the blend v/
shore am laid.. I Perhaps the enclosed] article may at first woiked twelve, fourteen( or d ''hcan't

Whut she die ob ? help out. Even if not, in the line you sometimes sixteen hours a day as the
I had, in mind. From all I and occasion demanded he works be
1 He feller \\hut ,done tole me he say can see now copied
twos "nactivity," wlmteber' lilt ml'an.nrlldl..r j I' hear the prosperity of the city ofIStaike eight hours a day, with double pay ("I'ov..r

Jones. ..Cnil hail right smat depends largely upon the time. At first his wages amounted -

.I'boolin'; yu shore ought to know I farming community surrounding. The to ,1.71i a day; now lie draws between -

whut dat means. liible says If a man ,smites you on the $6 and, $7 a day-for the eight z

Well Pete, fur ns I kin disrememher "' I one cheek turn the other also, which hours, but hits very little more in the ti
hit mean suntpin Ink setting still the farmer has done many times, even way of comfort, than when firs entering -, America needs fo look to I the protection roiiilthe "road, agents"( might 'luive I won the transcontinental air rata
too,long. gives. his coat and .shirt but when the railroad service. He does of workmen whit, wish to work if I stayed on until daylight. when'' he arrived here from San Francisco r
it the credit! union uith Ii the songs are to continue to laud,I this Oliver kept complaining that he. was
Hare ole! Starkc, full o' yrttae and comes to skinning process he iliable not I l Ihe I h.villlleall"-I ut one-fifty this afternoon lie
to revolt. ed his pay to increase, declaring, that as the "land' of the free." Because bleeding to death and Martin finally ,

nactivity.When yo' all do buryin' gwine ,I might it not be well to consider it was given as the needs of the timesincreased. one man chooses, top\ idle should not ordered his victims to take the boy had already i won one leg of l tln racereaching -
s-pose give him license to assault another back to Ooltewah where physician San Francisco from illf'o'a l
question of u deal with the !. a
square
be? and who yo tink gwine tishiate? Ithe I
D.unno. bout come Sunday and ones' who are considered, the backbone And he doesn't want to strike who prefers to earn his brid. by toil. could attend him. When they started ahead of the huge ,field, fit contestantilaxt

spec de fishiator'll spec be do bode ofttrado of the nation today ? And the only reason that he will The country is becoming disgustedwith '' :Martin slipped away in the ,Iarknt'f1. '. week. i

all cull ? tI A new day is dawning; u league of walk outif ordered by the 'union the tyranny of unionism, and demands I
and de what you em mar- ( !il"lth"lIt... greeted the preacher 4
ketin born and di'" rest ob de big men I nations and, a world at peace. which is runtcinpluting a strike'' for reform. of its methods Times / "SKY: ; PILOT" IS I IKST l I.N: 'i'; l o' ile town fly mostly run fberyting I Why not a new motto: Do untp uth- unionizing the system, or something' Union.. AKItO; COVI'KSTMineola ,: aviator" when" his .plane appeared over Yl

now day Is yo' nil gwine to de hers I as ye would that they should do equally as unreasonable IM that 'he --.--- the field. ;\11'.... ;Mnymird with 'her twoiliildren

buryin ? unto you in place of the prevailingone /: fears bodily harm if he should attempt UfI\) \MIIIS: IIOLII IP :MANVCITIXKNS I ; N. Y., Oil IM 1 l.ient II ', xvaited, at the edge of the i

Dunno, spec Ise climbe a tree and i of "Do the other fellow before he I ,, to stay with a concern that has' : AM KII.I.S SIIKUIFF: W. Mayriard the fiimoii' sky 1 piloi' group around the landing field.
him well\ for than I
look on.Pore does I you. treated more thirty
Wounded Oflirt-r/ (Uh.d I lit Death by.linoIInrrjcodt'd -
ole StnrKe! I Ise shure sorry. i i A FAKMKKKTTR.

Whut yo all spose come us sweet tn- Itoiid i T:AROUND THE WOULD WITH )0
MICKIE SAYS
!I TYRANNY: OF ITMOMSM"Positively ; ;
ter now?
crap ('hnltlln""Ja. Tonn., (".t. 1:1.1!
When
l ran yo' all none bout yo'all lIE AMERICAN RED CROSS. .
worry j J. ,
indignant I citizens of James/ ; tit
sweet taters. Yo all kin eat em. I absolutely I I um against county .l.t
put ,u rope. around the neck of ,Jam'" ;t..
Repatriating Prisoners.; ttfr
!Starke neither did, hep us nohow. Us! u strike; have always been opposed to "T\4f; ONL"t MAN W)40 EvEa; I
Oliver and strung hint to the limb !
nt-hber did yit nuthin for nuthin no- : strikes; do not believe they have over FOUND 1T o'o r pA"1 TAAD'J ut up .
n tree near Oi) >|-wah shortly II ft. I'mlInlvht
how. % done any permanent !good-but what 'tf; Wt1L -
Mans got eight cen pound for cot- ran I do? I If a strike i.i called I must THE Saturday night, he isaid
to ,have broken down I
and told thi
ton odder day, an' cotton done hrungsebenty go out with the union men" said unemploye KAISER'I 'Inthe
mime of his companion; who. han
cent on de mnhket. of one of the railroad running
I and' killed deputy. ihf'ritfJd": ; ,,,, h.
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Yo all know I hear white man talk- into. Jacksonville recently. Thospeaker few hours ev
a earlier.
in' todiler day. He say Joe what yo'all was a man past the middle I
Oliver.)
hd in v ray
H not yet twi-niv' ,
gwine do wid You crap dis year ? age, but well able to ,do a day's work OIM
arid Ed; |1. ;Martin are said; I to hav Imiricn.led
Joe he say Dunno I sheet I do same's end not ready to. ask for a light tankor I
/ a point nn the Dixie Ilii'lu- ,
always Gib 'em to Starko. Fust assistance. His remarks were in 0
shortly after dark '
Saturday niifhl
man he says. I)-n if I will. I had answer to an inquiry about strikes "rthf'l,1
it until,
nearly midnight while,'
nous-h! dat.Whut and his attitude, expressed freely, wan thf-v helil '
un and rubbed of.
yo' all gwine du den ? that of a man who had been drawn or occupant
nil aut/imnbites anti other vi-hi., I I..
ob dem driven into the union ranks and was
I tink 'sted of gcttin' one
that parsed.Citiren '. ..
tin lizzard.-t, to perambulate up an' r practically/ a slave. to the bogs of the who, hoard of their r 'srr rya5Y
down de .streets wid I git me a big : organization which "011 ow.,,]" him to and aeiivities ; e I -e.w
went ,
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truck so I kin tote my: crap whereber I ". ri.. |bu', --niM,! utop him \vhenever. :i armed with pi-tol) mdfi'itiruns
tn nrr"H t them them.
were
dey want um bad, 'nough: to pay fo' I strike was ordered.] ."Ivei I'Rnt",1< | hv the +! A M. tr
boy bandit' t"S
raisin' um.11'\ way 'tis now If'n I I "There are tlvi ands li'' mp" t1' A > Hoe" firmsir;
Starke I dere union mnn continued, "who anwH\ urn and one woman.vere
in
buy tings here pay ,
hit'HIn.l" l ai"n\ thP roadside, . .."
priceon' if I wants to sell sumpun I | satisfied, with their rmnlo-Ti"nt and ,
rP with (h"I I .t'.1 l r.r one while the
and I'm are used by the union bosses as a
have to sell at Here price too yet nthi>r wuir-d l >-hir.l his harrinide for
gittin sick of dat. I tink too manylivin' fr' t'" i/a'Pi' their ends Th" bosses Jhcr vehicles t., bring fresh
virtim"his -
oven and my work. Tell order a strike and like so maw mi" ; ,
me ..
wait n'> 'Mntosn 'i
had 'been .
worked with atrinors, oV"our a .
what I'm gwine to do. I'm gwine pets, we
you vhnt: and for mien .
s nm his .
body lav .
famblvto hncnise lives' would be in dsi"''" I'ii' .." ,:
plant 'rough fur me and my I" '" '
the ld"' Mi
; automobile' his c.;;:
live on an' let the balance ob myplace we did not obey Unio-> 5 i < - --v -
friends Ii'r---
... not k..r..lnq whether he
fU.fViin.r; nowadays ,.nt ""- t' .1 was
grow up to grass or else I get ('to intimidate employer eu'r sad! '." 'loud or Bliv \Vhi-n hosMII'Ics r.-nneil tlIRrK war,* In the hninN/ ofniiiliuiit T"II'un....f1tlr.
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ob here.
out Thev kf ' .'t h,. 'live l for a few of iirUonert. of our of nil ,\ln.,| ,,, , ,
Joe he Dat right. I tink I do trolling the workers the boss* lI''t k-? .. ""ar'r 101.| pliehi of
de gay If'en we doan make nuthin big pay and can force upon employers minute nrt'"- i- 'Hi hot but the whom' 1 In well ki.nuii lu all |II.<. world. E.; .,i i-, ? .., ",,1 K.-I, .,,, .-HrrrtnifeJi..f i

name. hab th" r.i l-." t in'om""*''" ",- bit hnrdits won' "rmit them to attend kiiiiln- of I'lniiiiiiir' 'oa.dt'nn.'s| , mill 1 xupiileiiii' i, jn, r., ,' III', pHiiMtriitiiil' rliin ". t ,
lose nuthin and want -
we doan we tYr- to h//"'n"'r' Rut for the ( ml Iv.wert '.. after. ,ii I... .
but what can I do ?" ; s i. woun' HI .n iiruilntl.-e n- "ii.i- IIIIMHI| > iiiifi.orltl. would
bill to 'gidea Jtlbin'our
no fertilizer pay, toM of V. .. t....... .' that Oliver r '"'I from the pistol J (..lortnlt end I UIH work OJt ifetlljijc Ills, prisoners scared' bulk| n, H.elr, own countries
The quoted ..
man .. .
crop away. of K. L. Jrh-- 'vho wits M,",in tii'Kiin. In llilx,
in the accompaniedilraded : |"ilioti.icrii.h| n uroup. r>r rh,,'s' ini-ii urn Hf-n
been "
.has rm
Moral-Have care. Do not kill the McIsitosh: it .'h; ' ) spot on they parked| tip end I re"torc,| to wiini'tftlnK' like. uuriiuU litullli, ate..Itlltol u. train

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I Whom far What "'..I.d .f l.lrrnn Total Amt. 1)0. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES .

TENREPO'RT l To,rantrd I'u,"",, From N hri ToV hrn 8lata County \ "..>..
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OF LICENSES ',. .=- ; ''Mi) i.. liilH 3U;"1019=_1- 1(1.00( BOO GENERAL SCHOOL FUND . (

rot""r J.W. E.f. MiilillitiinI iycin, 0t I I. HUM H.p' 811 IBID.... 10.00 f IIIlanu,' c.xh In d"lo..ln.I.i _.__u . ___.____nu. . : .', "
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_.__ 3.00 1 .. . tarn. current yenr . _.,. '
MThoa.. Mill, ._ .___ -M."hall del' I I. I'.IIH Si..l.| 811, 1U19 ln. -? ? 2,2ss 1 l'
1'.Ilrctul' duplicate. ofHie Jim W. L. sink Merchant ""-\. 1 i. mix dept au linn____ 3.00 i.co 8p.cUl Tax.bi.i. ;
..1..t.f .ter. oars lH ued for Bradford, Cunn. It,, the' In I,, on Drnt' day v' I JIIH$ Lalio Uuller Telephone- Co.-..Operator* Hatnnao each In tIi-puBltorc! ___n______ __ _.......__ 4.27-, I 701
whlrh 1 hnvtIK" ell filed with ho County ..ludireOcl..b..r her, ,Ih." .I period, l minium A. U. l lj!' Of Telephone Up I I I. 1551" Sept. 30. 1919an .___ 14.00 T.oo HiM ncv eiwh bond I. & 8. Kumhi _? .. . .______._.....-.. 12,2r.U ,

i A. D. 1"1"" and. ..endlnir. on the aothA7"MUnn r .pt.mUi.' I. : -- ---- Jin Walter Whlilik-n _. _. Merchant AI.Iin 1 I. I'.HH Sepl.Sept.. mmao l.TiO ,76 n col It-clod taxov current year n._ -- .- .---.--.--...__.._.._. 1.231 f
I What I'ut"d of l.lr'imrhrn Total AmI. Uns 211 C. C. W'nl 0"__'_'_ Merchant \ ', I. loll) 1919ao ___ 1.60 .70 '

TDho... For 1'urpnnS tram To H hen 8t.te (' 'ount !'I.I O. L: Hayne ___ -_ .HentntJia Oct I MIX' Rent mmW _ 10.00 6.00 Total __..___ .___ _._. _. ___"*"___ _____ 20.7", ",, '
I' .nnl.d 1-UK $. .. ao: WI'I.--8 3.-fo I.Cn : W. E. Loadhult ___.__ ._ ..UarberIt Ocl I. HUN' Sept.Sept.. 90 1919.-: 1.00 .60 "n"witr'l4 .
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: .__ V.Z.VMerchant pyt Sept. .'$9. 111111.! __ :1.1111: 1.60 -.- Simon Tynon. ...__u. _..M.rhantIr., I. mill IUIU__._ 1.50 .75 GENERAL SCHOOL
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1U__ II.iree| | ...________.__ __ Men-hunt' OclOcl I I.1. I'MH Sept. 30, mlmiK - :a.llo l.BO "IB J. E. Finch _.___.____u ._. . I. Isis Sept.Sepl.. 80, 1UIU10.00 B.OO \\itrrunt' current vxx>nnts ___.__-__....,FUN.-___.__..._... .j
t Ifd .... . _._ :1.110 l.KO __._ __.____ Lawyer li HUM so. mm.__ 10.00 5.00 ull.lldnl
: J..hn.on - Meii Burt onOrl I. Ac,,'. an. 11111'- : 211; A. V, Ionic Ocl.Ocl. ..r olliur evidences of lndebtedneaa, except
:: .. H.IIO 1.5(1( Jr. __UarnueIH 1. HUH 80, 1919jn .._. 10.00 5.00 \.rrn. bDd.
I I''K'' Mn.h.n I I. I'llH 1 Sepl., 80, 1010.- 217 I I. W. 1'lnholaU-r. 8.pt. irivc-n for properly, or borrowed the payment> of i .I

r. \\i..r.1I :_ ::::::: _:_:--MrrhNnt 1IIk'r. 'II. ton I I S. |.l 'HI.' Into! I I. nu ..rnh :I A. 1. llouirla _--.Vendor of M..helneI.r.. I. Iglu!' 8"1'1 : min_._ 12.IUI 11.25 _____..___ ___mul..y____.___.___ ..._ -- -..____.___.hl.h__._.__ .'
I CMtmcn Bank ,-f Halford n. Sel t. 30, 11'11'' . a.Jo!! 1,60 210' Mm. I. I"'. Iamb _ _._,___._MerchantJil ,l unu i. mm 1'I.t. no, mm_ 1.1. .75 d"t..r .
HUH I
'. 8. T. Dowllnir ._ ____._- _ _____M''hllnt OrI' ,' I 1.I 1,0, Sepl I .111. l 11111'l lUlIK 1.00 2.26 I.. II. tiriirm _.__ --_ -___. M.rul1nt.r.. i. HUH!' 80. mm__ (. '5 miicr .) (tf every kind not ",II".wIH. inuineratiMl and for which '

,,I ,N W. C. A Co _ .M'rchlln.! !! (1'I I I. M"I'". !Bu< 191I'IIH . ._ 8.00 8.00 221 O. I*. furry -. _._U.n___ .M.reh.nl .,.lie 10, 111' Sept, 80, 1919... l.KO .7 IU) ."",'rn".o cir other t'vidcnc'-H of Inih-bti'dfifim harp bcvn tuHtiod '
Andrew Cn.----- __ JjewhamWeaver 3.00 1.110 TomllnHon ____ I. so. mm___ 10.00 SPKCIAK: TAX li'fUeTS
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1 IJ I nil '
An ii-i l'h.lulnl
n S. -- --
'" .__. __.. 0"I I Sept.Sepl.. !fi Warrants uiiuutntllnir ____ __. ......... ..,__....
Driiir Co u 1010 ::1.00 1.00 JI J. M. ___ _.. ___ DruuaialJ.M ort i I. I'UH ( ( "' J. .n -- --- .n ?
10 !
11 $: W Smith __.. ,_ MeichiintHandera 0,1. I I.. i.-it ill"! Sepl Sl I't. '30 9''.. Into I !' ItOUt ; ',,, 1 A. 8. 1'.hul _ __._0.__ _. .LawyerJ2H 0... 1 mm Sept. ;lie.!.101___ to.'o'o B.OOAM I H<>nd* uutMtnndmirVtirrnii4rt ___unu. __ _____ ______u_.................. '"
I Lautuy Stat Rank "; i I I. I I'HUH !!u".. 30. 19100.00! s.no 7. Slgdkd C.wo. I \ uUltnnln.-lunt, fund _.___.___.._ _..__._.......___...

I't Ovemtrcet Rowe ____ MMeorchnnt&k".. I. liilH !Ieol" :3il. 11.10.. 3.00 l.BO J..1. l II 1 ci. W. Riiliert ___. Orl. I IIS I. |I''t| Sept. 311. I I'llUIIH '. 4.80 2.3B J-J7 Uhilmut'in 'Tiirpi-nUne Co.. .Turiielitme T.t.l hn_ ._ h.n u__ __ . ______un. __. i
I Thidu. ... .-- Oet.Wet.. I I. H pl. au miinIH __.. 11.00 l.BO Still n.. I I IIK Sepl. 80 11119._ ._ 20.00 10.00 VALUE: OF SCHOOL PROPERTY '
IR W. B. Moro-. . - MMerrhnnt.rrahnntnt. I. Sept. an, IUI98,00 l.M .' 'H Mr. Unit 1'ona ._ __..... -Millinery Clnt. 1, Sepl.Kept.. 80, 1919___. 8.00 1.60 <;nnt mlSthool

17 J C. Cone -. ..'_' . MerrhanlMerchant Orl I 1. 101M sept. an. 1019.5,00' l.f.O 229 Towniend .._ ___Turpentine Still 0. .. I I. Him ". ao. 1919____ 20.00 10.110 houm-B und luU __..__ _.___ ____.________._____........__... 100,0500SctiiHil ,J
1M If. R. Sapp __ __ .-- : r Oct I.I mm sept. 'Ill. 10103.00! l.BO 219 Smiih'ii iuriixe ___u._______ ....Oaraire.limnllu \1'". i. mm SIPI.sepi. :io, 1919____ B.OO 2.BO furniliirv ._ __._.___ ._ -_ __........................_ 2H.63B.O

II'' Hortwln-Harrell: ('U------ _t.1..rehonl.Still Ocl' I 1. IVI8 ", .p.. :30, 101020,00! 10.00 !,I Keataurant .____. .I..lnll.nlpr.. I nun :iu, mman __. s.uo l.M' St''nnl' I ,Animraluit' _.__ . __ h_ ..______._________.___....._ 6.770.00"
III Hodwln-Harrell ('0 .Turpentine. MerchantI Oct. I 1. miH Sepi. .10. 19193,00! l.BO ::2 Coca Coin Mottling Co. ..lutl.. i, )9i8 Fupt.Sept.. mm..__ 10.00 BOO Other. ftvhmil i _," _ ._...........................w 4,303,0( <)
21 W. O. Brooka Ort. I I. IIII|H Sept. .10 111111_. 3.0t! 160 ,1 W. 11. Ck-mona __ __._-___--. llenllitBradford Apir. 1 I mill' 80, 1019mi. ____ 5.00 2.BO 1""I.cr'l.

22! (I W. SnollBrove __ _.. Mi-re Merchantri. hanlV. Oct.Ocl. I 1918 Sl-pt.: ."O, 11119! rgg 1g: County Ilnnk._ _. Hunker 0.-. 1 HUN SL-I.I. (mm __ 16.011 7.01117.BD Total _.___ _____.____ _________..__ -.....______-.. IH.BfiH '
: : :
: : : :=:: _
1 28 \. net I -- (MI I : HUH Sepi.: l.n 1919! jar HiiHtwick-Hilrlcy & Co. Turpentine
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24 PreviiU I nut Sept. nn 1010! -.- 3.00 1.60Mrrchanl Still Oct. 1 HUH Supt. .so, mmMnpt. ._._ as.oo .--
\10 W 'r. Saxon -_ ___._ ..MercnaniA. Del, I. mm Sept. :an mnMIIH . a.oo 160 gat Ilimtwlck-llnrley &Co. _.__ MerchantL'I7 .t I I h'lx' 30, 1 1USIPI ._ .1.00 1.50 OKOKtt UF SKHVM: ( : W. T ,
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2ft2N A. Gordon _ _. (on., I Sept." 30 l l! _.. 3.00 100 : W. L. Wall ._____ _ __.Ice Factory iii-i.' 1"11 80. mm_. 6.00 l.M of the Kiichtli: Judicialrircuit SEAL Clerk ,.,
In tin Circuit Omrt i ,
ttrlirin __. _Merchant ______ __ lot., an mmSept. ____ o.oo 2.60
2 W II. I I'UH M't'". 30, INI9! 3.00 l.BO.BO 23H: .1. L. Hafu Uara o 21. minI sept for Hrndfurd
Florida In and R.
.1 1 H. Tolhcrl' .. ._ __ MerchantK 1.1, I I I'.IIH! Sept.' an. 1.00 'an: Lir..ie J..n. _._.____...-Lunch CounwrLIU .lul.' /, I 1111 .in, 1019Supt. __._ 2.60 1.2B of : 10.1fl.fit. I 1. WII'.
I '.Mlin S. 8lmm _ _ .. __ -.Hunkara_ llniherHampton (Inflrt ,, IIN| Hq,1 I, ::1". I 1'111.' t 1 IG.OO, 7.01'I linlfm, ft John __ _nn_ Mc."ant"r.. 1 I 30. 1919.___ 2.28 1.1 c%'>-iinty_" ...In Nnvnl Chnncery.I' Stoi'rn Company, I (tl.STEIfS ,
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: State Bank 0\ 1 I'.IIH Soil. an. mil H.OII l.DO !'II Uuiitley, Lumber & Supply) Co. Lumber A
I .1 V .l<.ne ._. .- _'. _M.hnnt I. l g l8 Ne fd. ''n. I Illll n. :1.00 l.BO 1..1." f\I I. I IUIH H'1)l. mi. lulllSept. 1 IB.nO 7.50 Corporation.Comiilainunt.. M \ SALE
Hampton l-hnrmacy -.- M.'r..h..L 4' mil. 1 212 t .L Myi-m .. Merchant / I t. mill 1 311. 1919Mi.pt. l.DO
:II Knule: O4-- . -Merchant HiIII Or 1 I I.I. I'IIH Illl, Sept'pt. :an m. "'' '.01 .r/ 1 2 :la K.tens J. Aimrewa :=:::::::::-.. ..MerchantL'll : LI't I.iict i I.: I UIIHmm : 30: 1919s =::: 8.00: d: v I Notice: I fH 'hereby: Klven that n i.l. ;@

:1:il Oieralreei Co-----------Merchant <. 1 I. 1 run' 81,01.:10.: 11111.'I. 1.60 'him. J./ Townaend n.___. Uaratr i, .pt. ao mmId. ____ 10.00 6.00 r K. 1""I.'r. et t al.1.r'n""n'H., \ in in i.f n llnnl "ileereiof r .
: ",,1..1'l Sinner M.hln. (let I mix 80. a.ol 1.60l.BO J I I.Spoiled, unit rendered' September 2-.lth 1'I 1 1 q
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80 D.u.ln., A Knlnht __ __ Merchant. in-, I HIH S..I an.: IUIU3.00 Jill M... A. L Smith . -_ __ ___Merchant .1",. 5 I. 1111 S. an, 1919_. 1.50 .76 .. r."r hv l'ublr.Uol. L. itliltre, of the Circuit Court of *I. I-I i r t
:.17IH 1. ._. ._._ .chnnt I mis 1"1", 111. nut __ :1.111) l.BO: .'(17 Lake llutler Holtlinu Work. n .Ura Tti Mnmi1V. I'.IY..m.. Alaboml; Circuit of l-'lorida. in Hra.l.I i itv. }

!: .1 I Vlnlnu . MerchantMerchant Dd 11 I HUH 1..1. ." 311, I9K 8.11 l.BO Cola I'lant ( 1 I I"'M' Sept. 30, 1919___ 10.00 6.09 H. Doty. A'I"r', car.of. Alabnnm L. H. ; l'rtl.. ln,11 i-hnnci-ry Hittmir., I In fav.MUicluinl :,

:,. II. W.. Keri-e - 1 I. HUH $,'I,1., an mil.__ 11.00 1.10II 2IH N. Y. Id-ad to Wear ___ Merchant AUK. I nun' Soul ::0, mm 1611 .75 May Wmom. '. Willinnm.. Jr.. and airainHt' N. D ) ,.I. ari] t ,

4" W. It Mornn _ o---- -Merchant.Mure hunt Iht.Dil Ir\. I HUH Sept. ao IDI93.00 l.BU '.' 19 I. Keildmh ___n__.__..___. _._ Merchant \uu ;. IIII'i Sept. ao, mm_ i.&o .76 .more.. of Aluhnnin I.. H. Poty: 'II., Atmore(. Alnbnmn : Iiavlii. nod I.aU-tey Stale llnnk, I e.iri. ,

I Lake Duller Hru C---------- .. I i-iiM' R"I't :80. nil' ._ 16.01 7.6 _'.',o I'eiina Naval Store* Co.Turpentine ("r'urli Williamit. cum of L. If. Pty, Die umlemiirned will offer, for 'file I..feiiurl -
I 12 Farmer* A lienlera Hunk 'Oft' 1 I. HIM spt. :BII'. . 8on SII ",'1. I. nun sept. .10, mm_ 20.00 10.00 Wil [ hoi-He door nt Starke. Klurntn! I I.,' I
taro '
1111 .H" '. Aliitmma Wit'son "
4.1' L. A. Duncan---. .u --. MerchantMerchant* I I. I'UH' SIM.i. ao, ( - 8,110 l.BO 2.il K. M John __._____.__.__ _ .. "Ut i I. HUH' S"I't 8l). mm. ___ 10.00 6.00 "> ,; .the leva) inure of .al. on Mondnv V- .
__ 1I.t I I.. I'oty Atmnro Mnhnn.ft "
44 R. E. ._ ._._ .__ 1'10 William _. _.__. ___Lawyer Orb i IDIH 9). 10.110iirt. ) &.00 euro I. ; '
11.1 Marclmnt ,'l. I run R"I't :an, mil -- HI 2:2 .1.. 111 I " 111'_ I Clurcncc V. '. No. r n CciitrtemiHtr ant Him.' In the binncM nnd hem S' I ncmih \
If. Ml ek & Hall -. Di-t 1 I I "I'UH " 10. HUH 1611) 71 Mr*. A. Knight _____-_.____Merchant i, mm sept, au, 1111_._ 3.00 1.61) Ulrrl" the followinir di-Hcrilieif, Inni1. ', -
4. .Lake llutler Hank ___ .11"k.n I I "run' S.'nt.In: nut 111 Jf.1 K. II. Smith ___.____ ___Turpenline Still (hi., i. Him 1"1'". an. ) ._ 20.00 10.011 H-t, I".on. M..ICII.HO.' ; nod Clif county' Florida, mHrnilfiird
1..1 ton L. No. 60 State Street, Hot-
41I" Tnmllnaon-Miunea Co __ I I. I..UK: $OIL ;an. ion 310 1M 2BB I I'. K. Kniieht _.___ _______n.Lnwfe. Oct. i I. mix .I'I.I. an. mm- m.mion. 6.00 !bole Fourteen. and NI .wl i n .
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I. inn, MitMBHChUHi'tW I. "
_ __ Merchant : .
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H. I. Fowler . -_ : jr.D J. C. Willa Merchant i. mix an) mm_ 3.00 1.60 .
110. 10196.00 Self ,
411 .1.1 K: Townnend ._._ ____._Merchant Irt I 1 I. I'.IIH I'.IIH Sept.$rpL an.: mu 3,00 111r.1 2B7 J.: C. Will: :::::::::::::::::::1-hyaician' Oct: i, !
K. Fninlierif' -----q .. M.rhan. I \ I I |1"10| an, 191110.00- Bon In I the 1"1 of JoinilHint I Hied) heruin n.enlet recordt-il In public records of nrmlfor.l non
III W. II. IKM.Ir. ._ - HimintS. 1.I I I I"IK R"I't Sept. 911. 11100 0. We, '". A. (;Gardiner County .1 ", ". and II M Iiiivtlinu, Tax Collector of aaid county, .M >n nbovr ".' IS.., (cnuHo on the firftday ty. Florida on paid lot r u.
H2fti \ I.. .,'.hn. ...______. liaraueK Idd I. I HUH I $..'.. 311. 1911! .-:: ROO: .O tin certify(that the foreuuinu ia correcl. rOwen of December.. ItUtt. mi.Ilute' I"tl the ten npri-H pave more one or Ions fnelnd"nlniliph n.- .

: II M..or' n_ .___ - MerchantM I... I. IHIH Sept." :ao, lull .__ a,11 l.KO ;. Inh', our hunda' and oiricial. Hell of I"n.)' .ludtre. the lot day of October, ; Rule Dtiy in naid month ; und The .1 Irldro.,1 half of HliuttinfT ronilrt lying and, hem, '.
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B4M .It. 1..lh.l. M'rh.nt run $..'.. au, 11113.01 i.nu \ I n. 1'1'.). County TL.le.Ira'.h' U hereby ii>Mi"" i-ntlre length of the Eastern bnunilarvthe I
1.t n
II G. MI..n __ Merchant I I mu $"'I'L an. ..__ H.IO l.BO <;F.O. A. GARDINER. II. M. POWL1NG newHp'.o'r thlr.) ar.l"r shell l| bo PJOlifhfil southern of let fnurte \
R6B7 .1. O. Turner '_' "' .llnkery Mnrchnnt Irt. I I I..MK Sept. :,". 111. 4.611 2'26 iSeali County JI,,.. Tax Collector once H week for foir rune>i>eu'iv.> \.* itn.Wltnemi northern boundary'x"mlar nineteenA. i-l
__ ... Merchant I\ I.t
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Mull
N. II. DdDd. I. HUH sept. :an. nun' 4 2'26 I my hnnd an Clerk and the St-al of S.
I 6R A. M Ihirhy _u______ --Merchant I. HUH Sept an, 193 m__- -- 311 II 1 BO Maid Court thtj IMth duo of Ortober. lUltt. Special Master CHEWS in Chn-.. .
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I *fill 30 S.1. I. Alvare l-'ralick* ..-._-. .-_.M.'r.h.n' Dd Dd, I. HUH HUH S.-PI.sept 10 ao., I II.110_ ..BO2.2A Clrrk of the Circuit Court W.In T.and WEEKS for Bradford, A. / APKINS.Siilleitnr for. , ,

i 111 J. C. Mannlllir i _-__ Merchant 1\I. 1.61 of School Finances County I"lorlll., Complainant. in.'l *'
HUH 8.00 Report
I I. H"I.811 I'n
i <12It CIty llniln-r Shop ______ _ Hiirheni let I I. HUH SI-PI. an. mm 41" tSKALtCHARLES
1. W. While ft Hun ._ - Merchant f1 : : : (
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I I. run Sept. an. 1111') 8:10 l.BO 0 "OUI HOWEL. ORDER FOR PUIIMCATIOV
114 C. I1.: ('n."n. MirchantMirchnnl 1.'t I I. HUH, sept.; 311. _._ 1.GO .,.. .. .' .
f.t. 1.01 In .. Slate of Florid. F ,
.1. K. hiekhKrW. __._ ___ Ir"i. I"u.
ail
Bradford for Complainant I"
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I HUM an. mm 1 Bil County -
Id. I. s.-pt. 8,10 :.lci. 1.1. 1'ldicilil" Connlv' .
4 I'erkin ______._. ._ _. MerchantMerchant __ Ct.lli. Ira.lr..1 i (
t 60 I I.I.I I. HUH SI-PI 80. mmI'UH 8.00 161II
O.) Miner __.._ t-ery.
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7H U. C.: .10" Merchant DIM I Sept an. 1111.) 4.611 ( LFIth'S: FINANCI STATEMENT: OF CJ.OS I1IXOM. 1
1M - Di-t 1111' stit.in.. 11111 IG.OII) 'r.M Period June 30th COUNTY FUNDSMonthly ,Ialn.n.
II nil Hank of Klarke ___ '_ MnnkcruMirchniil' For the Ending 1919 (" I Iv.
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D"t. LJ HUH an. 1919 - 3.00 l.BO2.2R financial utati-metit of Itrndfurd ,
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7ii damn Kit- '
::1 lid 1 I I. I I'UH Sepi e0. mm. 4,60 County' far the month of Septi-mber. 1919. i MINNIE l'ON. i
J e ;71 1 .t' Slernl.erit ___. M.-rclmnt Dd, i I. I'UH Sept :111.]< 1919 2.211 I Ihr follow IIIK r,'"'' "'I' 11,0<' ".at' cud! ilipburaemunt of the school Tutiili of ItruilfurJ irnvrnl FundItnlanrv > J"r.'nd.n.. I IIt I

,:I' 7 Ir. Slump MorrhaniMnrchunt lidI ) 1, HUH' Sept. an: mm.__ 4.60 i.61 3.28 County Cmthu prriml,, ruling June '" l'o''') ', with' the balance and amount. of warranU uu.11,1"1 .- 1, mni _. __ ____321S.37 n"I".m." bv aliII' ll n-.pi' i..,1..1| -

71; .1.: W Moritan __ __._ Id. I Sept. an, 1U9! __ 10.00 B.OO and I tatt'mint of tin noel IN I iiini,J linbilitirs, and the \aluo of school property of the Itt'cciptii j\il\; month ___.:..._,_._ | hill Illyd.In the '. route tlininie \
h 71 I Font Motor Co. iaraui-- 1.111' l.BO , Cnunt an ni',,>ittd on the .I'ttti' day of June, U'tU. Ly the County Huanl of I'ub \1..nt _. _.___, 89411'' "I,.". the defendant therein nann d I .
Del HUH 30, 11119.3.00 11
' .'I 7H Oillalot liiimhi-r & Supply Co. Men-hum I 1"1' ,' 'Instruction ,. hereby |">u>"tiHht'd und'r l tht iirovlaionn, nf Chapter tiHKl of the IJI"H of 1.1.$ .. .. I I. lOlii ._ ___ _______232126rfnp non-re iik.nt of the .'at. of Floriiiu at ,
A,' "' and t-nrreiliitr fund 1.1 n-nl-lent of the c.ty of nruniiwlek '
4 Jnr. E. .
\ 4 f \I. .I..n. 00 I lK S"I" 30. 111'1.' .._ .I .f 51)15. Hitliince 1I or I ,. and ,la the or
tip\\ ) IJA. I \r. Sept. I. 1Itiu'i'lptM __ __ 01.R2 ( o.rlll over awe i uone
MIIIII Mvrrhnnl 0... I 118 Sept. 30. 10111._ 3.00 ERNEBT AMoS' Comptroller. I durtntr ,monthVarrnntft _ __.__ ypnm : it la thr..roo o.I'r..1 .ilmnonreHi.lint '
3 i' .7 0 .1. RnyeR Mamhnnt: 0.. I I 111" :" 1.1. 311. 11110 3.00 1.6 Cf::tn: \ I. SCllOOL FUNDhrp'9'ttury \ |1..1| .____._.___. 138.08 di-fendnnt. be and In her.Initlred -

",, 7-70 S lnnI..1. J. Kvlth Co. "Ornlr' eel 1 IIIK A"I. 80. IIIU 10.00 6.01 h.hnec January I. IOU ____ -n..___.___._.___________ / /d8.011l Mutnncf, 0.1 I I 1111)) .____._.__.3151.86 to npi-i-nr to the bill of cnmi-liiitiT
t Oi fn."ln. (n.t I : 1'18 A.".. 3. ID26.00 18.60 arrnnU I. Itoiid Fund in snit eiiime. on or before Monduy lb< '

j I' an !'"n.II.1 Cn. Oil n.II. ,. Oel. I. 11" H"I' 81. 191U__ 26.00 18.60 OulHtHndfl"1 Ja"uI"'. .' _11.'l" ._._ -_ ..____________Uu_____ 22000.00 It n. In oci- 8"11( I 1. 1U11I . _.2254.U ibiv uf Ni.vi-nibpr.. A. D. 1910. olhcrui' '
al IIn.l..i Oil 1. nnl.'t0.'t.' I. IIIK H.4t. 80. 119_ ._ 3.00 IS0 Current WI.rln'uurrunte ..u..u. __ _____ a.3G2.70 40.332.70 I It eripiH. "o"n. month ___ -,. HI3.40Wiirrnnis iilieuntlntiK! of snit hill will taken if .
;1\ N7 1 nlk. ". "''' I A"I" 81' ) ._ 3.110 ..120-1.89 feared by "Id.r'n.lnnl..

r't a- .h.." Conn,a' der.:''''1 OUI( I: IIIK IIIK ::11, 1110 Ilh '0 10.01 S.OO Net dvflrll January I I. lU11 .____--___.__ ___ __ _-- 80,861.09 Rulnnce Oct. OutntHnditiic I. 1010 .fund. __._1H63.U It I. further ordered that thin or-l
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Q' 1' l'I"rho" lkS"'PI 1 J Illhl.h..I) once n week for five eonm-cu-
) 1..1.. , fct I. 1110 :0. 3.10 I.GO 1"111'. for Ihu Bit 6lnnlhaI' 1. !! .__. . ..__. 370.M .
M "rhnnI 5.'pt. l1I the llradford Telegraph a
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a ."tr'' ,I I, 10. 1110 I.GO f'.m lot collector, .a,, _________________ _____n I ;..420.88Cun.p.rll'r. Illonuc.. f"II./ .r 1'11. ____._.._..._. I County !
r In' lu\ I'h. puhlliihod in std county .IF
' .. ".l 1 1'1" ffiqL :11. ) .80 2.21 redrmptionu, 00__.__.___________.___ S.U I during, month _.._.... i n-wnpnper
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'Pi r. .' nA "") ..i'", ": : OUI: L: 111"$ S"I'" ao. roro. 3.00 C..ml..rul.r. Interest .tile .chuol fund ._________________ 1,817.00 IIlixbunlenu'nte. 1 I. 1'II'' ) . .. _______. 870.63 -Inle.' Thin October 1. 1919.
< ( 1. ". (
; '.r., '. t,.". ,.-.' nn" 1" 111"$ :"It. 10. lil9 . ::100) IGO C..ml.ol. refund 11.lcullu.al .chool fund _____..__._ S26.00 Drainage Fund W. T. WEEKS

.' 1 .10"."'"" ".h. .. (e I f"I" 110, 1111' .811 Cu.I'.I"r. u". m.1 Wv ____n.__.____.__._.____.__ 4.34'10' Balance Sept. 1. 1911). _. __._____ 1 iSelili' Cireuil' .
"I ., ... 1' I: IIIK S." .. 30. ___ 10,001001 ," tar ._ -___.__.__.__.__ _._ 1.724. during month __ -_.._....u 10,66'h.'h.t. l'I..k. : : 1"I'v
+ .. r .q C.,.'.nn, ..0'.1, ... (let.. I, IIM H"I.t. 60. 1910__ .90 1111 County" Judge hunting llcenuee __._______.__.__.__.._..._ WnrranU ftmued - ___ -___u..__ 85 51Hnlnnce WIFKf rh'",

t' ., ,",.. n,.". 9s --"," ?$ Oc'.1, I: I IIM) R..I'130.1111... . _._..__ 6.0 3.00 Ifl! 1"1'0.1. (I"nn. __nu._.._ ._____.____._?.___ 14,068.00 41.G9.81I''h. Oct. 1. 1010 .h.n_.____ 1&.1 \ S. CREWS I'pII"
Ict 1110 H. 1111 1.01 "'
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I t n. ,'n .'. Oc.oh.17, 1919.Itradford Solicitor for (.ml.l.innn\ U-I > !-

't I'. o" 0I'.I ..,r ('0 __ ts' ...'.0 Ic.0.1 I.I. H"I'\,. 8n.30.)) 10108.00 460 2.2. ,, ... bulincc ._________________._________.____ ______ 1.606.1 County' '--
r ". < o 1 nd. ". Nnrrhnnr Illa I "I.b".m.I'. fur the 5,8 .'vn.h. Slate of FlorlI.
, ..?: I hert-bv certify t .nt lhi foreirotnir slob r 119 nt OR1>KR FOR Fl'IILMCATlON
f 5' .m'nn Nnrnl' Stoma i- f..p.nd.d for Sshno1.:
r. l 0. I 8"1', 1019 20,011 111.00
. !'11! I I. 111" S'p'. 80.al 19196.110 1.11 $.llrl,. .r ,,. __ __ ___.__________--__._______ 13,210.2 of ib" I..h't. nml, 1.hu.'I., .,.. of the In Circuit COl" Stntc of Florida.' RUl.tli.imlicinl '
'" r "Q Iimmnn NI.I 111.. C. Mn'..1. ..' Oet.01. I. IIIN (4rpt. 1015)600 2.60 I n.,"""C' h.e _._.___.u.______.___.__..____.__.____ 70.88IncI.I. hinds, of IIrnMo.1 county .. month .TKi'litcmber Circuit, Bradford County In Ch"n."rV. -

n N.n.nr .".."''''''' In..1. I. 118 A0 31.. _ R.OO 1.00 for achuole ___ ___.__________.___.______ loll In true and correct, to this ? .
Inn 't' TAV1.r M..nn. 111. 1"1'1. 1110 __ .. bent t of my knnwledue and belief. | \V. I
1 (11'1. I I. \I 80. 3.10 1.11 t.I'; or Admlnl..r.Uo" JcNTOJ.
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"o I n'.rllnv '1..1.nl I.t I I. $ 4rpt., 911. 1111.1111. 0011 2&.10 .r .__ ____._.__ _.___..__. __ 7GO.00 W. T. WKHKS.Merit I I
a"I'r".nd.nl of the Circuit) .
.no w n..I. .fr. P..I r..hl" 11,1., I: 11" 4.'pIn.: . 8,00 100 SII".y. ,' l.mlo..o or board _._________.____ 10.0011.ld"lal ( Court.iSinlt VN I
f 1M r n .'""..n "1" ,.nt'"n I 111.___ 1" ._ __ I Hr.Ir.,1 County. \ McNTOSJ. I '
Orl. I I. 1118 :"I.t. 10. 10,00 .o fur Maul and .u '.r"Dd'Dt .n_?___ lly ,\. WEI-.KS. IIF I
9I Tune- rh'' +.,nrlar. 11'1. I I up. :l. 1119 _._ 4.50 __ ___ _________._____.________.__.______?._ 101.00tXI".I. I Deputy Clerk. l.r'ndlnt. I tli I
\ 1.1, .M, "I. ,4 R11nrnn_ Co, tt""fl'1t ti ..4..m' I..., I I I'IK') Rapt. 1'11.. 3.10 tOO Irt'h vr "xnm'no'vl.' ; _n__ .____._________.___ 62.21; _ __ i It filed.1.1..ro.in .the. RMIV by| "affidavit stated n"n.t. ,1 tn Mat I tI .- ,

.-, ,0.1-.. $hnr $h 1.1. I Jlo H"I" :ll. IIHI I nt..t. _._nu_______._ _____.?___._.._.___....____ 911.68 I hi Mclntfwh. the defendant' therein cause named. I In It$

1 111 Inc 1"V. r. ''.llr..n.lh.' I..nlr 1.. ..'r9.... url II.\, I. "IK IIIM Nrp1.I0 Sent :::1.1.. 1111._._ 10.00 1.00 2.01. Interest coIWn., .__n_ n.--_____._.____._____._--__ 600.00 1,671.1 NOTICE VM OF.ER APPLICATION FOR OF TAX THE DEED I I!1 non.*- {lent of the .ta' of Florida amt,

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Inn I r. 11 "I n..1 F.ti'ln SFTO\ hi> IK a resident of town of Vienna inDnoly

C.an.d ort 1 I. I"IM" Sept 311. 1110 .. 2(00 111.00 Mukllnt _--_. __. _.____________.______.______. 16,919.98 GENERAL STATUTES I : : I county. Slat of Georgia I and in I>VT

; II ' 1..1,.. Tu"'I..,..015'.I'1 1.t 1 I I I'IM M"I" HU), __ 1.1 2.26 l',liorroweil mumy dellcl_________________._____________________ -_.__ 14.06ft.00 Hereby notc. Is ui\en that T. J. Alderman.purchHrter I. the it n'tof twftUy-ono,, ynni ; it ia thrmforenrulrred band '

Vman '.I"'n.' (, " 0.. I. 1'11' 8..1. :611. IIID__ ._ 1.6 I'r refund _.._.___.___________. _.____._.__.__-._______ 21.76 14089.76 wale .."f..t. numberedrespectively that until n.n..I.nl defendant bill of*
1' 4 "..1". 'I..n. 0.'". IIIK .Kent. "6. 211,00 ta. I 3. 12, 73. 911. 051. 112.UK .H hereby .qulr'.1 appear to the
,If N T'mbv' Turlwnnn.. 9101. art., 1 I. 4e1t. : 1111 6110 11.00 I ; 162. 175. 21.1, and; 211 I Issued; by the tat I complain ftli>d in Raid cause on or btor
11. :1. GI Net deficit Jun. 80, 1U19 _n.___........................ 31009.72
i I50 < n $Ipv. nA Nrrrhun$ I )9198.00 1 collector. of Hradford .county Florida. Sad Monday, the 3rd of Navcmber.
I I..t .11 "al
1Ill n PN.hNV {iorrhnnt, I I S..I.. 10. l1)19_ __. W.rr.nt..ut.tandtna Jun. 30, IDltl cerliflcateH dated the 2nd dav of July. 1"1". othi'rwlfte of said h4I, '
.11 I. I JIK rl. 10.011 6.00N Tim ._._ .u__ -..-..__.-.__-...__.-...... IB.000.00 1"ln. al."alon.
A. II hen filed onlil eertlflcaU-a' In will be taken dffpndantIt
(,N 119 "'I.h.1 I 1..1 f .' I..y.r ShnwN I.Ic'\'" I.I I"IK IIIK' H"I.I R"I'" 3I.10. 11)111.-26.00. Ilb Current"rrnl warranu ._.._.'............................... 16,791.46 81,793.45 my nITice 1H17.and haH made application for tax 1 in further nit ordurvd..nt.'d that thus order be

1" M"rl.I" IIIe/R/ . ShowN ) I. W1d.U: 1111. 81.10. 10.10 deed to IHKUC in accordance with law The ,," ,I inner a wck for five eonaeentiveworks

nn iUrin, Iho" I.Ic'. I. 111"1"11" "I" 3. 1"1" __ 11. 1.11 Di-poiitory. balance June 80, 1919 ....................... 783.73KEI'APITI'LATION said ...rln..I. respect ively '.mbrr.the fol- In the Bradford County' Telitrrat. a

}t' ."e. m Tnvlnr n.. .I.I) 1.1 I I. IIIK 4'1d. :l. 1111) :3.10 1.11 lowing "r.M..1 county Florida a*. npwap.prr pub II shed In old .ot7.D
I' H .1. I..t ". .1..nt ((1.1. I, ) s" ,,'. 3)I, 11111.) -. 2.GO OF KEPOHT OK SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL FUNDS seed at the date of the I..lnnc.nf ouch eertitlcatea stato.
"1'19. .'. F" .n. Insornnn' 01., 1. II'IK Sept. 311. _. 2.00 COl'NTV. FLORIDA JUNE 30 IJ8TRH'T In the namr ..p..I.I' hereinafterparticularly This October I, 1919.W.
t 1 I 1 Vllsnn InnOrxnrr Irt 1, 1111 4rpt. :30. 1111 2.60 IIAlf'ORI .- .. _- ni rot forth I.wl T. 'EfKS.
,P"5 1 w'.n, 11".ron.,' .1 I M"I". 85. 2.GO Certificate embraces Ins I Clerk Circuit Court.
I No. 3 SR quarter of
, .,I.4..- 1 1 ltnlxnn, ........., ,'(1. I. IIIK M"I.I. 311. 111'11111._.. 2.011 I I I I II NK quarter. Sec. Tp. 4. R. R. 22 F.. 401 lly R. A. WFEKS.
.' N"Iron tnxnrnnrr, u,' ., I Clerk.EVEIthTT .
1 X t. I I s. : 1111 2.10 I i none, asm-used Rawla. [
'"0 I 1 OVn.nf .u'nnna I ._ I'' '. .; M. JOHNS.S"l .
0. I" S"I.t 1111( 2.GO I I I II II Ccrtlllcnte No. embraces NR quarter of !
1" 6 'I WI..n In".1.., I.'t. I I 111"( Sept.91). 10.00 600Im I I II SW "'lum-ter. See. : Tp. A. s. K. 19 .:., 40':, cftor for Com.lalnart 10-35t.
I \.I.ln. nr T") ",'1. I. ) ( I I *
. WII"n .I 1\1 M"I' :II. 1011)-----5 nn Jeep assessed Unknown
r I -I r, N'alnra -. .- Momhanl. 'h',. I $..,.. :50. 110,
: 112 4 .. .--.- ",..h.nl ... I. IIIM 11110 ",. 0.. 1011.( 8.10 n I I y r..llfcnl' No. 73 embraces NR quarter of I NOTICE' OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
7a"h. .
I ,1. : IIH' 2G.IO fO / I II See. 25. Tp. A. 8. R. 1H R. |0
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011 n. W 5l." .nhlr ",'1. I. 19ITS.'" 3.110 I I I F ec 1In. IINHKR SFCTION S7% OP THE.
111' asseMsed Unknown. j
1 1 acre
th., r A I IC I.KNKIML: STATUTES
t"I.h 1.rh.1 11't. I. upt." :II). _ 10.00 6.011
096 1 < .w Ia" v".. ",'1. I. 111"1'11 I"e 1") R1 t'O:' ____ 1.150 .: t i (,.lIncllt S... 90 rmhrncea lot I Bile 19 I hereby, nol'ce in rl-en tiat than T. Sileo, .
I 191 .1 n. 11n. T.o."r. I.... I. 1"0 Sept. 30- __ __ 2.60 4 In Worthinirton 0j.seif.ed l.'nknown. I purchaser of tax nalicerlincatea numlwredrespectively
.195 .1 P nn."''s A Ill : I I" : Certificate) No. 92 embraces Lots 7 and 8 ,
( tct ". "n i 11H and ri5 :Issued by the tax collector
-s .1 P 11..4" A (, Inau''nnnelrl.' \ I. HIK Inl'Sq.l. 30. 1'11 ___ : I : : I II j I ,,! Itlk 21 In Wnrthlnnlun. as.esed, Mr. E, M. for Bradford County, Florida old certificate
7 1111. .
,1',- .1. n fNVis rn. I""rnlr. $C1) I III H..,,.. M. 11\11 5" ," Petty I I I !>H l.euiu dllled the Itll day of Septemher. -
N' 11" I t I. ...""". ,. 11'11 2.11. : 1 No. 01 Lot end 101nt .
ni' p datI
. I. 1110 .1t." :l.11 It 'r h' i 1 1i (.tf..t. 'nhr.cP I A n. HUH. and certificate SB bring
1'19 I. n nn.I. rn. 1" ".. I" I. IpIN $'pt. : Inll 2.559 I Ji. 119c I : '" .. a*.ene,1 Mr*. E. '' --I 1 the 2rd dav of July. \ I I' 1917. and has
Im I n nn"'. Ao. II'..,...".. I.'If11N Sept 2.10 g .a I 70'a 5a t 1 i i/ M. I'etty.Certiflenli. Hint said i-titlcntes in my office and has

III 1, n nn'I. I 10 I..an 0.... I I. lIN(, 4,1'1. .1. tlllu._. 2,10 z o : .: Ni. (IB rmhrnnn f..t! I of PIUIH Tiinde apr-lication, for tax deed lo Issue in .a-

; :" r R 111.1;i $ 1. Innnrnnrp (Ir) I\ I\;:\ SrPI: ;: : II:): 10.00 6.09 I'' < --i., 81Jt6 : ---- ; In Worthinirton., aioei '' Mr P M. ,''rdaneiw.th law The said eertlit"atea rel.eeliily -
_
111 1 1 4Akinn Inwv't' Irt. I: $rpl 80: 5.69: :.25 21 183.9 46.70 941.50\ 386.011 lH.40 211.00\ 22T Ielt,. I imlirneithe land intlradford
.. rnlowln.
4nn' R.'e ni ", .h"nt 331.00 NMI 10.4 ,
'I . 1.1. I tliN Sent. 30. lnlD 8.00 110 1721.27 8.76 : 220.00 26.40 No. 112 embrace I..... ...nt). Florida. the ditte
I. 6),, o.
116' n"rl.r Mo' Ant 1n841 ('rtfrnl.
1 ( I 1'$ $rpt ". tale' loon 16.8 II of the ishiinnce of sold In the
In .
16681o6,00 1'.04 Kislntr Add
-. I ''R T h."dr & Ann n..In', "."I. ', "ept 21.00 1460I17 81 16.21 10.IU : IRI.MI 11 to Starke. a. c.rtilco. '
nnm rr-ieeli\ h-
r. -
I IIIA 31. IIIU. .010.611.60 I Pd.99 72.54 need n. Teresn I viton.Certificnle | n" plll."lar'y
\ "nllr l inn . A'"I. 0. I. IIIA) 6..t.In: .__. 3.00 1.50 201 I : *i-t forth towittCei'tttleati
01 I UOI :.76 184 M14 8.76 1 6.001 I .761 112.11 N...
116 I 1 "' ..nnl Orl. SrpL 1". \ 6.1' 2.10 118 embrace 1 lot of lend
""I P1&r.1.d. .. flrmnr R.ln..nl 0. 1 I IIIK 13t'pt. 3n. 1\11 1.0n .60 7111.4 I 1118 86.80 i 8.40'' I 173.X11..1I 210 yard N and S hy I un >anl" K and W, No. UH ,'ml.... the NW quarter
L l q W'Ilismu In.I.. art I I 10lR S.I" o, 1110 10.00 6.00 / 1.25 9.84 I I 1 11T.T9 in SR Cor nf SR: quarter of SE quarter, See "f NE quarter if SW quarter. Si-a. 14, Tp.
I In' n. 1 N Mnnn "h..I.'n. Oct 1 I. ) :10. 101" _. .OO I.GO RI.74 I 8.90 20.01 2.8\' A.JO \ 526.77 I '9)" T". ". S' R. 22 K": 6 ac.' -"aed Mr! 'i.; S. I 11. 'j. E.. In acres, assessed Unknown.Crrllflra .

..0:' H ''I'r .c h',n t (c\ I. Jn. 1'I't.. 8n. 1"11. .__ IU 10i ( 20.00 I I 8,40 20M.81 .1. E. Drluiien.Certlflcnte No. B.1 embrace the SW quarIcr -
1 1.00
.' N"rrhp". I I. fleet. ::1". 10.00 108.16! I 200.87 0,00 8.40'' 22".34 No. 162 emhrnces of SW quarter, of NW ql..I".. See. 25.
II' 1110 I A In S\V
; 1111 11 I 8.001 Tp. 6. S. K. 2 E.. 10 anicased Sarah
. 1 .1 Howard, 'PIIrorn"In. <" Ost. I p.9.1. 10. . (5..OO I.SO 227.18 1 8,41 I 38..01 1 I r..r of NW quarter of SW quarter of R Williams. : acre
,15 1 I r .. . "'..hnnl 0.1. 1 I tots s."I't ;10. solo __ 10.00 6.55 1'',, 3.00 AY.DO 1e0.90 I 3.601 41.1 I| It. and W 0 I A of North half of F niiarler !
. I I i nicestud , t Ornlleft r."Irend'!
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IIR n. rn"060.1 - n. I'IM . n. _ 18.60 l4'' 188.841 "00.341 80.00' I 16.A01 341.01 of SW quarter except I A for .
I : 7.21 <
( N- 4 I ..1., 1. . 5nl.n R..hl. Oet I R"I' 30. 1119.1110 21.01 161\ 611.801 l.a 176.211 8UD, 8.41 10.00, 203.8. : S-e.: 33. :Tp, s. S. R 22 E.. 12 acre.. al.eWd l"m""n".. Ih. to Inw. tax deed wi isauo thereon.n
111 1.00 'h| dny ft Oi l..her I). till!).
I ni 1'1 A 1'.1 lr.I'n' 0..1 1 IOS M 1"1'". :n. 1111 38.00 18 118.76 111.84 ., 1 23.66IT' Lnknnwn.Cortlfleale. ,
ISO 1" ... Turtwninp ) ... .. 16.10/ 17D.1 Witness my olTfcinl wiirnatureand seal Ih.
90. __ 6,05 8.00 / 7.29 I 56,30
1.11 A.40
I, .1" 1'.1 I 1118 I. 1111 8.311 I No. 175 embraceii S half of lot the 33rd day of A. D. 1919.
''
IRn J Oct. 1 8.m"
1 .n. ; In""a, 30. 10.00 3UO 5,88 8.101 I 113.88 .
' I IIM Irl.l. 1.01 181' a.061 I 13.11 0&0 7i "' 21 E" lo acre T. WEEKS.
,16), Ornhunl 4 /kl. 10. ._ R.OO r'w" a..i
I I I Illf 111' 110 64.89 7,28 7.101 7.10 SF .
. CUrk.Bv
I." I..n Xfnnhnnt Sep'. ). ) _ II' \.1
R.nO 'certmcBlo'
1.,1.1 O.\ 11(0 66.001 10.00 8.80 1.00
: 1111 1.00 I 213 embrace
"...." : 118. \ 1:11.1 the R. A. WEEKS.
I
I5q &
1. .. rnlo.ln"1
Scpl. 30.
.1..1
j 1 0.1 IIIR 11111 rlOO 1.60 211 40.4 10.00 I 18AUt 111.I: Hex nt SK Cor of NE Quarter of 02ot. Deputy Clerk
In I .
q..t.
': 1 0..1.. 1..h..1JI I Snp6 :o. 1<.80 '' 166,00 61.556 100.01 Sea.I:, and run N 210 y.ta, .
22' I yih'' S ..
IR6 H. Tnru' I"IK W a2.81 t.n 81.26 380.001 It0 WIll -
1.1. qll I I t I')50 3.00 in yd.. R 140 yule to .
t. 1.10 208.21 hag. II To.
40.10 /
1U 11 P .k..t I.', 11110 4rpt. 10. IUIU..._ 116 IUG.17 1 J.11 7. S. R 3 NOTICE
.1 D r,l In.Urnnep I Sent 90 IOI0 _ 15.00 261 1 1 80.00 1'4'f 16.17: Rue. JE.. R acne. iwameil' K. Mi. In Circuit Court. Eiuhlh Judicial (Cir--i,
m A. 61 nuf 1 hyslcinn Ort L m$ $rpt 30.: 7019. __ 26.00: I : g I 11.44 78R.1\\ 141)3.8698.4.2 1430.00! aUM 185.00 101.1, I lndo. County Florida' In Chancery.

11 H 1 ( ; 1. .,....,"n.1 1),. I 1 1"10 $vot '0, PI"' UHO .10j) 281' 181.78 137.26 18.00 4l.i" e0.001 I : :42.1 I| CertiflpatiNo.. ..B emhrapiii W half of Brk..
., H 1 (1'.1 . 'In.I.1) Show oc. 111. Sept 'ID. 27'' 1.141 I 117.38 380.00 a'.08 I le.ea : !! SE iiiiarlor. of 8F uuiirter. S..u, 2, TII. S. Complainant
11 P < 11"nn \'at '.,' "I n.t I II''. Sent :I.... Oi'. 281) I 16S.83 80.00'I'I'I 8.40 I, 188.4 I I R.. 22 E.. 20 acres aum-iiiivd H. \ 8 Carter I
., I W. '." __ Tn. !I"., "'1 )kl. 1 11110 srpt. :An. 111 IIID a8.00 ali In.081 110.38 1.s 1, m... W. A. ..ft Gene ..nt
178 T. P. ChofVendm ot ". Ort I 111 K A.p., 30. 1911_ 8.00 1.50 \ 16.00/ 114.36 557.66 Unless add certin-nti' nnn he rd'.m.d''' Dr.ndon.
171 A n Ro'IlR Mvrrhnnl ., 1 I 8"1'1. 31). __ 10.00 6.00 31 lU8 I 1)16.86'' 1.00 30,001 I 10.75'fota1. .. to law. lag del will '".'U" I thereon I n.arln. by .""Invl appended" to th-
11 A .1 .T..kn..n hv.I.ln" I ., \ 360&1'0, 1091.13 '1014.161 668.031, 60a8.00 1720.81 on the 10th day of November. A. D. 1911) th. drove cause that W V
( 6tNrkp Tel."honp ('n. 0,,..",... "r 10 t I. Into :,.t 1", 11110 U 00 7.0 87.0,40.40 Wllnita my offleal nunnturianil ,eai this Carlir. '1'" defendant therein named!, tinnnreld. .

'.I'I.h.n. 1..t. I 111" 10. 1910.6,00 SCHOOL HOST) SINhlNO J the 2nd day of October A. I D. Hull nt of the Mate of Florida and' r -
10p. OF
BEPOKT ,
; 177 n. W. Wninwrivht Son M..h.nl .lrl. 30. __ 10.00 I.e laCAIITC'ATIO': OF ISrEkF"T1' ns11 W. T. WEEKS -.r' nee ,is unknown and that thi re I.I i' >
1 f Movln" .. 1 IIIM "P' 1119 l'IU n. FI.OKIHA. erson In the Mate of Florida .er\i i Ils- illoina I
171 M. It. .1..lan ll'Irt.n ort. I IIIK 1"1 M. lo.nn IIR\'Oll : .UO 11' SEA L\) Clerk Circuit ,
1110. 6.0 - - - -
-
Co..r. whom n.la '
I' 3. n. Hsvnn t nrnist n... 94 . 20.00 B" RA WEEKS. upon would bind theI. f
F S MpCRiI T.. $,. q"tl' "t I SWI.0 111' 11.0nal I I 10.10-0.' "i" d that he i I. over the of iw.niy-'f-
( ( ,1. "t \ I 11. 1111 800 Iln Deputy) Clerk .i"
( 1.C.1 1. r'hnn'' I... I '11 S.1.t. ::o. 8.00 t 1 I 1 i I. i iI rear .
1111 1.111 It I I.
thtrefor ordered laid -
\h'rrhnnt that
10" n.wn Ir' I I. $. .. 30. 8.00 r n.n.r.
''th rrhnnt l11A 1119.n 1,1 I NOTICE (IP FOR TAX: DEED H't'enr' to ihe hill of compla'nt' filed l inmine -" I
111\TIO'
161 .f f. Snmm.n Oct I ". 50. 1 ,00 1 .
'
I 1'1' -,
11 UNDER
i 2'1 Hi Wiiam. I "w.'r \1 I" "', '\n. I'II < 1.00. I w OF THE i.n or .ro., M.nd.y. the third da' .
Irl' n. .k"nt1 1 I. 5051)) M"I" 111"M. UE.\KK\L STATUTES 1 P'Jnb.ia) Xq u.iq *f paw eq )uwpuaj<>p l ?
1451 Rill -- "..h..1 ,." t lots Sept. 31 30. I.II..._ .1 1 Notice U hby itivrn thai Jnmei Mernahlon N" mlwr A. D 191i. otherwise the all. rftion
:0.00 0 g and McFa. of ld Mil wll! b confeaiedly
1t . .1 ; t.I..nc. hlnn. purehaienof taken
30. 1010 I .
5 .f R. ..Apnl t "nahin. 'pro I "' J'p' A0. _. IlnIA7 t g tax N'. 154. .luted lh of said d..r.nl.nt
1010. .
Icwl" 160 .
FJ "odln, 1 11 r. w July, p. HUB. ha. filed errtfAeau It I I. .. .
__.__ 1 Auld that thl. order be pub
A In
.h.nt tor. )
One
day a
1 7.10
} 'R .
n \"In III" only 1.01 I"s a- my olTirc and madapplication l.ihed once week for eight consecutive w l lm
a
""ow 1" ; I It h. for 'n
'1150 u -- 'In.tr.1 lpr I. 191 3 ,
IOn rbRord"n Itw._ .._. __ .."lnol..1 "h" n..t I, 11 ""t. :10.. ... In.o :1,0'1 -.. Ji ,w C = deed to iHue. ...00.I.nc. with law. H.IJ the H..d.r County Telegraph a n.w$paper -
Jim .Ih.. 1011 8.0 151 ; o ...rll..t. ... the dpacrlbed "uhl.h. add county and *tat..
, 'a tot ---- - \. \I.r 10 One day __ = r.lnwln.
C1. Rhowo JI .nly 16.01 7.fO . situated In Th of 4uguet. A. D. lQ""f'
t Min.lreia Florida
----- 1 I. Inl0. r.ry. nroo.d ..n.y
110
'I AI.n' .. __ ___ --.Mnmhanl- 'Ir. IIII Ic.pt. 3. ; I to..lt W. T.
Panty _ 19101(1.00 t E WTKS.
3m. I. 111. 6.0n I l 1 Ig "
tot. Thomp' . -_--. .Ph..I.n, ( Ort I. !'pt. 10. 1910 10.00 1.00 3 ii .: I ; ao c. I LoUi S and of Bile 14 In Lincoln City., 'all IIII.L Clerk C,.. Car

1 ton W. n .I. -- -- ... -_ rhOa'''.. I., I 1110 1.". 101910.0o 65A, a ee is -: .: .H g Th. laid land being a...--d at the date of .OFs i WILLIAMS.for 8-2J-9I
RIt 55, = I a 5y totuance of .h i.D.nt
104 F 1 certifies. In
th. the
1O4 Ca.h Drne Slow .: :::::: :. : 1),: J'I Jm i 't IA$0.: mL-: 6.00: 6 169 0A : : .. r :. "- = I Yarnck I'a,n. .Inl. said certificate name ehall of

InK r W "mwn .__.. ____._._.,kYlcl.n n... I. 1919 "pt. 30. 1019_ .00 161 0\ OIJ.U\\ 8 \ \ 008.06 10810 30000. 6J.2JI 1 4 8w.H .' .m..d .,uollo. to law, tax deed will QSvVS Tasteless chfll TfMle
r 159 Renn.tt .. u .- .- Mprhant 0., 1 101"+ ",t. 8n. I.M 1 .fOOj37o\i 21440 1000.00 I 94197 I ... thereon 10th day of November
, "M 0 If heaven .. -- .. .. ort L R'pl. 80. 11.0...__ 1.110 21 400.00 : 1000. 100.06'' R7"2.14 '1. O. 1916. restores vitality and energy by fmUytut and sarlehingtheblod

"01 n ""Inl".o -. -_ ___ ..I."h.nt /y't t, III IIIK 8rD1.. 30. 1919.1119 ._. 3.00 15 10S3810100 I 184.01' 88,181) I 1171X.16 Witness my official alirlnnture' ana ,..1 1 thl* Y.IIin man feelfcStraina-

" Ins"? R 1 T If'I Fornl. _-_. -._-__._-._._'--lh'nt.t.rh.nt) Oct\er" I 1. Illn S.pl.w'nl 80.1$. 1019. 00 6.0'1 3510 Tot' 2 I 7)4.1:4'' UO! 1\S.a 1104,1 ,, 197.SII, U37.IO,84l00 00 08J. ,IUd.17 the 8nl day of Oclb.. A. D. 1911. ,nlna Invliio.ur Hk

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PACE: KLKVli.N
BRADFORD COUNTY TELRGKAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
FUII1AY. OCTOUEK 21. 1919. ..
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r am HO terribly dlMiuallfleil. as n father CROSBY LAKE .! li

; '." ," aims added t ; "my boy does 80

.\ need route' one to help him with en- Crosby Lake, Oct. 24.:! -Mrs.: Lithe "' ." ,

I'' Little Lonesomes fine and tni.ks." :Miller and .sons of Luliclle, who have "

() Kansom found himself .shaking' with been spending a few days with her

I 8)inpHth.for Hurold sister :Mrs M. J. :Mcltae. left Thursday I ,

1 1, 1.. "And my' tiny daughter." he told for her home

her 'hu-s one tragedy lifter npothe

with her ,'"11.... Only yekterdn she| Joe Bryant, who has been in Plant 18 cents

,I B, DOR JTHY DOUGLAS tore what she calls her very besiendress. City for some time, spent, a few days package

Poor little soul, she certainly! List week in this section. with 1'.la. a
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needs. more mothering thUD I seer t JVC'S.Kldcr.

-w able to gate h....." Hurrows of Hijjlcy, spent lilt
I In,, tie busk. gnrileii. little .Toy Har .
Afro blue ponllively "f
.' Alnley'a eyes were first part of the week at the home
win. plii <."l NI dull. house und I
> Just user glistening with tears of 11)111' P. B. Bryant
I the Pence I 111 I mill. Aluli-y HtrUKClcil I wllh patsy for motherless HttU Joy. 'I'I'' CIGARETTE I,
imi'Us and 1'11'lru-H. :Misses. ,, Mainlo and Klla: :\IonllinIIwtol't..1 I..
"Still, she suggested. "If they caijust
this ,,,'donIOII\ : Il afternoon -
to ) 1M
In Ilif . !
moat above und. overluokln play together perhaps they will i
i both., unnli'iiii l .IOJ-'B fiithcr mniKgled 10 .
to be more contented. ti '
mnnage '
flnl-h In Kev. Barnes of Lake Butler doe know what rare and JJ'i'I'' 1 II
novelette that a check might "I will have to make a small openIng Ii'' If you want to
unit Its nay to Ills front door. livered an intcrentititr sermon at PinI.ivol '
the Ransom Camels
in fence for them. I sAlt ss6 unusual enjoyment provide
The buck room" In the. older nous .. Sunday. (
sold "we don' want them sorambllni C.
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held Ilurold' lovely mother who type over the fence . ---+-- iI''' / j .L. m. "ti "a smoke them in comparison with any

other people .plii.vu, .and wished. "I\h "Olit I If you only would It would ben cigarette in the world at any price t

all he- lu'tirt Hint the could IIIIVP ai.illliM vplendld, ! wu.\ out of the difficulty RENEWED TESTIMONY iIII "

.. ..ci. Hint she uoulil earn horsi' I >o you think you can saw UIIOIIK", ) w '

>ni.tor the ninliitcniini'p' of her those thick boards. ?" tire a cigarette revelation any ,"
CAMELS
loii'il! bay. "I'm sure I can," Hansom said, and! r consider them Take quality, ""I',i I I "'
"oh 1111-.'\ I runt iimke \" i-iii- in t.i.K: win i sinTi-iH. b.icfc J I
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lilY '
; decided. his next heroine should him or refreshing flavor and fragrance; : or. that 'II
"\I ,rii| \\ (\r- -' hr train won't turn !I" reddish. hair and 1 ,that ,peculiarly "in*' ache lii-iul., i. :" "-. or dlsti.sing' urln ;

t "in' ., ,i Ihu..old '11..oin.. .below to his mother nellc smile which MIIS being; wafted! 10 ..n.' ,i'l': i ,,11""ml m l In ti'imri' II"!, I ,:' wonderful mellow-mild-smoothness you ;

. "In.I, sw- I'liili-uvurlnn. to end I the him from the window. He decided also MII rl.1. ,i.i.i. ,. .1.\.1..1,1,. July" It I Idonht h never before got in a cigarette smoke Yet +

1'4 Ward' nil? li-ini., she until' BO down to 1.1'i l nii.-il 1.-111""'(" Ih.I'' i.m t-t: rite and full-of- ''
hut full-bodied
I !he must see the smile often I If In Camels are so so
|prepare' |'> hi i bay's > rl i nt inn, 1>1
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supper.\
; hits
were" to describe It worthily In marvel that much delight ?
"| >inlil\ daddy,, 1'\'" torn Jullu'i novel "Hut If t the \bmirds are 'loo nw .'. W ll.iNd.-n.. deputy sher'IID satisfaction you so {i

. '" ( .lull. > "I| < ".1| Kill' could be into cigarette !
U.-ti-st put" : dress and emit flx It. fully heavy 1 may have to remove tcouple i .lIr sj ys ; 'IX' I' lnlnlrrre renLr. put a

rind, H xiniill MI-C| ,. tlli'rehj Ulslrilctlli, ] of them which would make Kidney I'lllH tihout futir ji'nr ..ijji ,
tigutc
\ snot s x ruins rum rum
her iiiillinr Pother, Into hopoli'ssiipus.\ quite big enough for grownup:;, for n cnno of kidney irottfil" tlmt anno.MU The rlga rrlfrn and do Camels expert blend of choice Turkish

'i'he! !: Comm I 111111"01 Interruptions to his. people' to pass through:; : that 'Is, If 1 1 nn u whole lot I run tintli I not r nrrmi usuor and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them

work" tintcndfi'iif>.. and pity hf felt have full?' -M: Hint \Unmix i-ptiti-h, "I1I''d expel
V
jour eminent / so irresistibly: appetizing! And the blend
fur his iinj tluiiKlilvr und Ills niiiHliilllplclc ft was then Hint ,1 run. Alnley hosc.. miol the ti-oubl", In .1 prompt tunlalinn :: toupdn.

b 1 llisHhlHlj ((0 lu-lj |hour. fu- to hl\, h. iniiiinor I f'-lt a grout' mica? i?', explains why it is possible for you to smoke

S, hued him und, M aide lilin unlit/ for the I "I -suppose; \ It would he mint)elm slmplei! better in every wiiv f iSlittoiiirnRKin Camels liberally without tiring your taste!

murk thnt 'must bum l itrciuiipIMicd. If the than Mining them" .she KalilItanxi.m ; April! U1.! Iflll I II You will prefer Camels to either kind ?

pretty" lit iii-|. MII-, to he kept. thought;:'" swiftly. If ht could' I On \ptil\ i j. HUH! :Mr BniviIiMi nld : ''I", '
smoked
of tobacco
He drum :--il himself. .ftdiii his t "I IIIIVH had to straight
; > [.e' JUIlIII/ "h off his. stoilute\ Hint night no n'it'" 'unit use HomyKldnoy

'I..I writer uml ..nt ,," "-tllll''i hull. Uui he could work on the gnte during the 1 I'llla _tn.-.' I ri'ooiiiMi'-nil.'i, \ '
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realize that art
You'll too :
4 Info the /0(11,10'11l1'e, hiM Ihf-jonr.nU afternoon. The. story must b. completed thin remedy before, so I know !Damn mu's .\II'';,,l'' '" . mnltt pretty quick ,, ,''I'll.lllhllll'lIlI ,''t'

j nlTsirliiim' ( \\ .-..ping mm with tin. lie Kent another glance up at his tnnilp. n ('"'" In inv casts. I advise, .10 C.mp'.n".ll.v S"" ..e..rrwAen.,..01 ,...". among the many reasons you smoke Camels I ""III !' t 4Atki ''s

f dull! held clo.e In her wee imni. neighbor.. and. realized Unit the !gate,. mm nvoneaR'"ring. seem kidney cont.pu'it ,1, ,'I"I .'..0' SOfrf...." .... or fan is their freedom from any unpleasant cigap.r.gn.ridun I'',I: :.".,'14'.I :

I I,1, next: .door Helen Alnley Inn be linlMhi'dIt essentialto : t"riM'/ tills ini'du'lno tNnl"' '' i> in .q5! ) ,
too must was .I' ,'.. .pv.'t. retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! ;," ,llijl'll'
: nhnndiiiu-d. hope of ii ni".slug her typing;: hit happiness So long /llf the feint 1 Iri.I -" >i.unt. nil ,'...111.1'"on.t' "" III'I' VI'*.m.vfronrf'v paner rwommitm/. t a,,

und hud, 1 puie out to her Miiull' sun In u ,remained! In Itll present perfect dividing I I'npii' ixli. for n )Ltdnry l 1"11"1' w 't 'Ih'! emrlon fur fAt finnm or nfht. Once know Camels won 't t

/ < state he would fret and If he fretted \OnatiH .\iiliti-y; I'li! the --'IMIIIh.r 'S4',' .u|'p
mil1 1 he could not write stories., Some Mr Iliu-il..n tumid' I.' '-ti'r. :Millinrn I'".. take muchatock ; -'J : '' : .coupons ,' ;

TJie, high garden) feiiee hid the small' thing gentle nnd lovable about his :\IfrIllIn'.,> lo. NWomen> I or gifts! You'll prefer Camel qvality. !,. ,! !

diMiiewtktriiKfdiPH, from ell('ti other. neighbor's! personality told him that '::11'm I I'' 1t, a

1 but if n lilnliiinn hftd, luipppned' to fly he was going to have to write manystories. .:";, R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Win.lon.S.lem. N. C. ,,I

0"1'1"11.1 most nn> day In 'the' week be I He seemed to sense that a 1.., I 11/11"/

would bate M'cn two IIITKC gardenseuh I be mORtnl'.tiU rT ; ,', . .. -, ," r
Income to "
greater was going ., 1
': ', ,., "II.i..,,1::1"1" 1' " !" .. il\lI..I'\ ."d da "
whim' u tin; hIt of loneHoiiip humanity 1 Im ,' '"' Il'l'I""I'I'I!I :,Ij
ii .
ry coon "' /" "dv '" ' iijhllh""I, l '
000"11'1/ 1/I' I .
nl 1'1' 'I' "II'II''I '
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atria/ glih4, to niiike\ a day happy "It really should! be done right I ""1,0., .u"hltl',1, ""II'' '';,,nMi. 'II ",' Hn",''I''h. II liI, ,:Vii'' ' "I" I, ;'." " L'' I'I '
without un.\iiit| to play \I IIh. There III --
away he told her ; "the children - -- --

was not Mn the smallest of opening won't be happy now that they have I

E In the grout fcni.... nor yet even n found each\ other until they can play .

F broken himrd through: : which chlldlslicurio.slty together, and I w Ill\ try to help the boy uffaMng Here la women a message from to Dl.lrlcl N. It.Knlnncn I Vnn allun-n' ilrci-aiiiil I land apply for the a p.proval I

night. peer.\ 111 WOfiLD Suit. I. ItllU .. __ 174,14arrsUa nf nmo and for ray final dlneharir. aafiich .
with Mt tracks. AROUND THE
: Afro W. T. Price of rlurlnir. month ____.________ ailmlnlilrator.Dnt.'il .
Il, Had\the fence been' less perfect H "And I will mend the hexlest dress. "' Public Ky.. "I suffered NVarrnnta Issued| .. ____. 21 ID thla the \llh\ day of AuKlut. 1O.. ,

moat harmrmUms pulr of lonesoniHchildren I said his heroine.Hansom's with painful. .". WITH THE AMERIiKED ; KiilunriJit. I. mill .u.. ._ (72.HIl 1910. ,
might hate found, each utterand down >l>lrlrl No. II. K. 8. VAN BURICM: it
I
she writes. "I got
neck was getting a bit llilll 124 \ISO .
CROSS.l I'lilimiiM.l.l. I. n \ilin-nlnlmuir or th. r:"tat. of II K Vanllurcn.
iiinile, the long oIn) 8 *.hOI'I.1..0 It crooked! from continued looking up to with a weakness In my \ Iti ...1.... iluilnic month -_ __._n_..__. S2lrL ,
back ami limbo. . VXnrrnnl .1.. .... ._ ___ 1001Hiiliinoi I
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would have Then two clUtructed 42 .. . ...
parents his window but somehow On German Soils --- --- - -- -
neighbor's .
r felt helpleei and discouraged tlcl. I I. llilll .- _._______ 114.0K
more opportunity\ to pursue I Iheirfor NOTK'F. TO DF.IITOIW ANI ('HKOITOIt8In
he knew the outcome was going to beworth j IM.Irlrt No. 13Hulnnr.
. I bad about . \ t th. fnitnly .luiluu'a, court of llradforrlloiinlv. i
tun n l free from nn ever'recurringdeinnriil (Hi-pt I. llilll 275110
: stiff/ neck lie I. .
t / getting H over given! up hopes of ever ""-"'h" during month __.____ clorliln. In I'rcihatc.
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on their tlim _ .... In HiFilial: , of rharlra P Canon dc.,
felt that he must come In for more being well again' whena Warrants tHNti.>il . ----..--- 4H61
But one day. liecnuse. It must alua.vx bodily discomfort after his carpentering friend !nuL tad I ,- I IllihillFi. Olen( 1 I'llll _. 2 7.4H craned Natle. R

be the. mule who' hoots youn Hiiro'lddecided t <1 efforts./ Authors are not built for :aryl.| t I I.lll.lrlrl 1'llu N. _II.Halniu'i _. _. . 3112Ipli To all creditor, ........., dlitributMH" and

that he would like to know manual labor."Tonight's TakeCAROI.JI !II. .-, .ItmiiK I. inutith ..________.__ nil pcmon. havinir claim' or ,"'m.n,* .".In.t
what lay on the, opposite Hide of Ms VXurrnnU lanuoil ___ ._ __- .._.-____ 10 HHllnlnnn mild M.tatr : S
sun will set on two gardens O.-1 I I. 1\1\1 . _. ..- ._ :27.24 You, and each of you arc )hfr-hy notifltd, CAI
confining null Atr\ elm yewrH old nnixfoot made Into onii," !he funned Item 1I1.''' 1 N... 14.Hiiliinri. and, quired. to prc.i-nc any claim and da.mnnil '

) feii'-e feeniH a regular JackIn 'pa,Il our children will be happy' as the Suit. I, 11)111 __ _._______ 20J 8,1ltiniita which you or ulthrr of you may hara t;;
II"I .liirlnic month ____...__ against, the ......, of ('hart.. I'. ruon. driim.il. .. a
i m I'.iiinstulk/ lltnh. 'Jhe vInev4i day I Is long." V d \\iirrantn IHHII.II.1! ___. ..._ ....... 4.14\ Into of llrailfuril founty: Florida, to '
were all 11111 ii. or N'III..t. sovtt> Harold's nlllt' falls me all\ for the best" she vYr1 Illllnticr Ocl I I. lltM .___. 11IH.HU\ U",, unil.. .raiiincd ailmlnhilratU' of .,,1,1, ...... '' a
venturesome mood. 1)1.1..1 No. 11. wllhin two year from th. "..t. hereof.. ,
said laughingly while her eyes restedwith '! Hiilanr. Sept| I I. 11)19\ _- ._____ .._-. 171 01 Paned, Krpl<.mb>r ,.0, A. U. It 1". I r ,
lg !..I1I1II"pyIII" not lookiiiK when' he added tenderness on her anti t r hVcciittji' ....rl"" month . ._._______ roan I.. f'ASON. j.
began the nsoent. ; atherwtaeNell, "The very very best," Hansom mipplemented. XVnrrantll Issued 1.1: HO V-20-llt. A* AdminlHtratit of ...1,1, KcatuNOTICK r,
J' The Vten's: Tonic I Iulanr.rl I I. IIM'I' . . 11\7.23
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happening" wutihl undoubtedly have while, his ") "H rested on the II I i Dl.lrlrl>> N. 14.llnlnnru t

been lfferent.. mother of her ""n. And, If there wan I began: Cardtil. Tn ;, (Hi-nl I. 19111 -. .______..... ff|.41lti .> month* OF after FINAL"lale, hemof DIMdMKCRTwi I will preHem + +' p
,' lIarlll.C1I11I..1! / the top with only minor tenderness In them It could, not lie a sho"t while I maw a NL7I1i'C 11 >ri-liita iliirliiK monthVt.rrnnl .. _....... my voucher. and Muni account to th.linn. '
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iHnuril _
271Iliilunce '
.slrilVKlex. Ills ileflKht at seeing seen from so great a disluuce, HH the d " Ceo: A. 'nrillner. Cnunty' .1.."". of '
n.nr' difference. . Oct., ) .. 8H ilK .
II T li"'I\ - -- -- Hni.ironl county, hlorliln.,' and auk fur A'
Joy In all her. young lieaniy us a rewilnl window next door I Kf'-w stronger rightlauT 1 No.; II I IHnlimcw 'I nnl dfHchfirire a* nilininltraliir pf 1h t my...... ;I
would be finished cured HI-II, I. lUlU ...._._______ lr) j'It.c.jplw of A. 'g
for his rlitnli nlmost ,,ucee<.leil However, the gate/ / and It ma.I t rerw, Uvul. dicra* . .____ .
.lurlnir month . I Tin. 2filli. tiny of Mcptcmlier' Itfm ATOM
!In Sftnliim him headlong" Into her gar- soon. am stouter than I I la7ralswad Warrant 'Issued _..___ h_.__.____,___ 1101' IIYAI., i
htiro ho n In I ,.Mtla yt' Hlilnnr. Ort I I. Ml I'I ) '
years 741) ?
din As It ''''''. he perched, himselflike E .f-rmlh. Admlnl-fralor. '
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Nit. Is.
a xquirrel on a hrnnch and openedhameless Worked for Centuries If wm ? I i I ",.., . .. -._- ---- 1
... "i | I l'll( _. 110.21
t whnt itmmure 'iTKr.TORH .
Rl'pr"\ "' NIIIICK: TO DMiroitn: ANTI ( I+
conversation with the The fisheries of L'ejlon. Madagascar: r Ipti.lulnr 5 monlli . _. _
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young 'f n h.. trot:", and I ..nm WiirmntH 1..1' | ..____. 701 All ,n, rnonit/ I hard| |I" Ihe, .Mine nf / '
lady with her dulls. and, I the Persian gulf from which the J I well Tnon -nn'ls of wee rI l4iiurs, 4>i-t I I. Him 8110: 'Myal.. .1 Iain of llmd'ord, cuiinlv, l-l.iri.l. do j

Joy made nltnhle replies and made best quality of Oriental pearls come, 7, ro'\ ,.- i nrUiu lima I I lll.lrlrt, N.. .M. ,-. ,,",.1. are re.iini.led I.. py their said dehl.forthwith .
,
Avs Hulunr S. I |. llll'l (1611 and nil peni-in. having rlnlm.uuiiliiKt {
no effort/ to conceal the delight his arrival have been worked for centuries. Pine ] C..l' ir liii'.r Fond y.5 :II'rrlVty: | .liirlnv:|: month _- :::::::: I, .aid'star., hall tile Ihe same duly'

on the fence gave her." She hold\ small pearls are taken there, but nomore II. i' ei.u.; ... help! T \Vlll. IHOIHM|||.,| .. ____, | |HUntune. milhelillcaled. with the umli-mliriied' adinlma'Iralur 1.' ;
.. 'r.ul. A* nil Ocl' wllhin one year from mint, h.......'. in
world's you T. C. I I. mm ----------1 11 I I
The hope?
her doll for his large s "
up Inspection only to I 0" lll.trtrt N.. 7*. II.h.vlll .he forever barred'I ; 3

be told that his railway track "wus I of finding IIm rgrade !!s pearls of the best I" ( .: L drngri:! '.. E73tecntnp (1th... ('1t1 :Siiiuri; | of Tr'*vi ", .. 1919"VAI ''Ki 'd0.20lit.
centered) on Australiaand I5'mht" .lurinif month _____.... \ ,.
mull now
more fun. are t
Joy only tossed hersunny < ,:; y6..:7. "lifiiiliiuiiilcro lliv allied mill .
\
I \. "" : W"r.H" |Issued| __ .. ..... 1471Hi.inn Admln.tralor. d
curls.Perhaps the Islands of the South semis.I'sart . --- tan ,mi, *..CM un an-lent. CT('HH HiirnifmntIM ,., ()rl, 1. mm Honngo .- _! -- -- t lOimFa
Is Industry nf Importance =:: ::; :, : -'i : Irl..lrNn.. 21.Kllliioc I r
\ It was her disdain that unbalanced fishing' un ,| NiMiiiiiiiPiit' 11I1\1\ k. hit rlly'n renterif ,. : FOR PIJI ,
:S. I mm' . ;
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( haul fur a second! later he on the coasts of Menlco: , --- -- - -. trum lilt l-'nr Hi in retinmi Ainrrloun '. i Ifx.llil-' .lin pi'inv month _... In" ,'01;.r''"" "",mrt. !Slum' uf MurliU. FlirhlhI r
' Clrriill. r.lfrl "
I I Count. In Chanffrt I
thumped down Into Joy's garden and,,! Central America und the West Indian [<>'.I! 1'1'.'.'' fifllclnlx cruivHrtfil It, m 1 W...name. based . 122': t

lay In a h'III'111101.1( the pink geranl- Islands!! and fresh water pearls, found Habitual In 14 Constipation to :21 Days Cured I shoat Icy |Ills| ) ,plitiiri, Into u directory I Itiilfinc.Ocl., 1 Irt..irl HflM' No. 2t. __ 144 \ 11. Andrru(" I.I.ln.nt I

urns that !Mothered I the wall.Joy'H In the rivers of the United States command I uf nil Itcil VOHH tlvltlvH. \ In the, city I IliilnnciSipi. I. mil _ 110.1! :: '' (
good! prl....... "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a 8pP<-iallyjrepnrnl I I Ilii*..Ipli. .liirlnu monthUurrnnt. .__ Alma Andr.u. I '
shriek "f dismay was no terrifying II Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual f I I meted"| _. ._ 7 o" n.nd.nt
that her daddy! !, Hew down the Constipation. It relieves promptly but ItiilH.ir. ,. O.I, I mill 101.1: '! I' ,
Colds Cause Itlp and Influenza I .. to" ."'1.1..11 " './1," ,.
stairs at toppeed.. scattering the Why Diamonds Burst should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day Huh,n... t9pl. i I.l.l.lrlrt. 'mm 21 . . 21007Ific.'IplH hili nmrd'Inrtthe, .........t.,." .."",. 'h.t AlmsI
of his I to induce regular action.' It Stimulate and LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE;/ TnWrta limas Miaun I Andreu. lh, ,"" ..n..nt th.'n' n.mrd. Is .
pages' tiotclettp and leaving his That diamonds' burst Is an old Men I .hor''. month .. .
.. Thrr" Is "Bromo ; .n.r..nt or ti. Slats of Flnridn, ,
60c I uiilono Oulaintb snit
Pleasant to Take. her
utfulatea Very Wnrrenl'm IHNIII'I) inn
i heroine In H M-nndiilnus, wholly uncompromising which has "..variously. explained. It a rosh"/I", is unknown "n.1 Shunt there .
!bottle. 1 b. W .ROVE Hlitnvlut. ou tx... :3Uc. mnlnurrtit I mm' illll7ft! I" '.1''' per
lime .
pet I on of .
9'Inrld that .
position. has been thought that the stmies havebeen lll.lrlrl. Nn. (h. .vle..
I _ 24 "t n miuhpa'na would' hind' .
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And Harold's mother flung H frantic fractured! by violent eruptions\ In -- --- IInIHn.1"1"il |I. 'mm 41)411 I. avr, th. ..... 0' '", .n'.n. ...... and
IVAN STAT I OIJNTV H('IIOOI. / ... damn. month _. : 1\ 'I.
,;? (lance at the two gardens suspected the Inclosing rocks, by sudden" removal LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES IAL PUNt's9ueerinlendrnt' ; 1".1.rrsnl.| ,IMNII. ..I _. u.- 2 t)0 trndnnt Ih.rrf.rr he urfi'rul and. Is Thal hereby.1" n..r".nt. d.. .,

fate worst. arul hun'ly! eHcaiH'd falling of pressure around them or In the monthly, nrmiirfal nlaie.m.nt I llnlsnrrMI i mm H4.nfllll.lrlrt In the hill "f ,,,m.lni. mad n9uired.In uhl to aope.y... y
\ Wit of her window In an effort to saw smoky specimens by spnntanemilshrrnking I ">f Hra'tf'.r.l' county. for Ihe month ofi No. 7llnlancn ,...,..." Mm'l.e.' Its. xrd dsy of Nnv.mb.r u' 0". 4
I i ti nas'r, 1911) H.-pl I I. lum . KMI'.ct'liil ,, 5 t 'I1)11J. .hawse. Ihp a 7v'
) .lIne her tiny' sty up. I >r. .1. 1C Sutton -on OFF ,..".,.1 Hrhiinl fundl.nlHiire I : .lurinw' month . ._.. : hili will b, I.k'n mis .on'"..allemaltuns... hy .aid, or .tot
But the author hud, been mi swift to eludes Ihat the breaking usually re : Suit i I. ,lull Ml 26Ih'erlpi VViiriunl' Issued l __.. .__.____" 1029 I, .nt. d.tend- ,
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during month 3700 no l>., r.infl| ().'m. I. im| . . j,.13lll.lrlrl ,
I the rencue that. before he could. withdraw lulls from the, minerals' Inclosed. here, Warrsnl.nniwd . .27M M I N.. t(. lI.h.,1 H ,ma fnrthrr urdrrsd Ihat thus order n. mh.

" from her window. and dash down may he garnet zircon, llmenlte or Iron Doesn't hurt Lift any corn or Mil,In noOrl I. ItllU 105.01)ItlMrlcl llnlanr II..",,. I. I'llll |J7.07li.roiptii I" Ih.tare U..It..1 n week roomy tnr.Iuht e"n..II. ...k. 'q4k S,1
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doing, month ______. T..I1..h. a 1'....
;a the stairs he bud, !Harold In Ids anus. \pyrites' and mien. crystals, tinderirdlnary callus off with fingersf1kMi:51 , N,. I I. Warrant. INNUVI u._"," .______ 2166 ,..Th... .!. 1..1.11.)1.Auuual) 16th'n 081,1 eounty and .t.... I '

, There were no hones" broken and! u heating at least. hive .so l Kalmice<. ,|1.i. S.-.l.bolas I. monthi.rriintM 15th--------- . -. .____ ut.a" I ".Inn... ".1. I. mm '_.__ 12244I.t 1919.W.
0. smile expansion. than the ,dinnond I \\ inaued .1 nil \ N. fT. T. WEEK!.
most manly crept through the nueh' greater I."n Clerk
llnlanr.' Krpt I I. I 1019 I . ass .i..t Court
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::4 fright that lingered. In the small ad that they would l exert: Na
lll.lrlrt' 1lii'iincf. .
venturer' eyeHMrs. > II I 1I..t I I. ISI'I _ ___ _________ H"V"I Warrant IH.U.I! _ _._ P. ______" nl 41 I' K: KNIOIIT. Clrrli.
I .. Mnliinrr Ocl,. I I. 1'119. ._ ._ . __ 9.16lll.lrlrt
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Alnley nearly rollups-ed over Duty. I !' durinir month_- "Na. In., Solicitor for Comnlalnanln H-22-tlt

""i Y the window ledge !In her relief. There are persons who love tn do I Unlanri.Warrant llct.IMHU.-.I I.I 1419.\ no 91 ,h.mxnre. svpi, i. mm/ _ ._ _' 191.61"
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//rr,1ntY! ilur nimonth . .
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,'t "Sound as n bell." Itansom called! up good but that which their IH.lrlrt No. :3.Knlance 1-11-2m... 04011,1.0'
everything' Warrant |1..1'| ___ .. _
/ I Sept I. 1919 _.__.______._... 412 " .2" N"TIf'1!:
t when he caught Might of her. In a mmedlate duty requires. There are / H'-eelpt during month __ u _. . __ 211 IMJ ludsnrrrt.. 1. lllll' ,_ "__'.._'" UII.91 aim month .ft., ",.,? h....., ; sill, pr-.nl ,,
he had tanned .. . 214llalanr. lll.lrlrl No. It my ..."" ". ""< foal, .
flash he wondered why neverbefore .servant that will serve everyone more *rranl* count t. ?. i, ,..
; llaliincr rlnpt I I. mm .. _. .
I I fc.t. I. lal'i :- :-_- ::: : >.z* .. __ go 40 (:ro A",aril 1'.... tminl, Jvltf', "r II..dl"
known that his nl'l.door neighbor chrrrfnllyban' their masters ; theremire I l N.. e.lptii due nir month . .
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wag a charming ,mixture nf poeticlovellnevs men. who will distribute money lib- I: 0 I'Hlanco' Sept I. Ml'j . .._ _ 100.11 i Iliiliincd Wmirrsnta.sued/ ___" . ait r.mntr.ha... *9'Inrida..nd, a.inini.i..t.| .ao. ,,|tr ih.my.....Anal).. dia.,
"et. ,f
I. 1919 .
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; > ..._..___..___ i mass
I month '
riii.ia durinir I
and cut rthly reality Her rally to all except their creditors. and I : r Warrant< iMaued _. . _ AMU ""'h'.1 No. ]<. l 1/ ".1".... Orcra d

hair wan unklm : aInns' due nv monthWiirrant . I airiNKEalaU I. sn'r 1"'M'.In'o"
color delicate hawthorne bloom ) better than their husbands.! IIlIln'l Dl.lrlrl' N.. I. 84'1 ... ...
nt kind
; 1'1..1' I. 1919 __ I. I : l". o' D. 1'.1..".: d.
and her nose had a smear" of typewriter !is n familiar word, which hn. f"r"r.| 'durinir' month .'.. '.."...'..-. II..1., ,.. Oct. I. 10m ----.__. 8H.D5/ ..- .... 14
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I Dl.lrlrl N, liHalanc.
Ink un It. He hoped that she too. feet upon nn ordinary mind :: and. a.I I Warrant fanned" .. !'
pint I, mm . .
Malanca Oct I liI--! :: : : :: :: ..44lll.lrlrl -- 14 IS -- -
was not a poor struggling; writer ..rdlnary minds' make n va"t mnjorlty.it N.. (. I K..erlpt. .lurlntr. month __.___.___.__
,t "Ho8hllll I get him hack ?" she Line sets of generosity self.denial 1'nlanee Sept I I. l 1919------------3.l 'T 11 Warranr. mnm'.IIllsnrn Catarrh Cannot lie Cured
where, smarter painsloittit ,' .. ipia durinir month .-__.___..___. Ocl I. mil .. |a.MfMtoh fry LOCAL. A Al'i'I.liriON3. .. thay
wax railing.. "tut honesty, "'arrant* .*aue.J __ ._ ._. .. .__. 2 S4 .r 20. 1910. cannot reach the anal ..,( ml,. dl......
"'Iow that he has found his way constitute greater virtues. -:Mrs.nih' tI.I.... fjct. I. 1919 ...___ __ nO 9 \0lll.lrlit IIKADFOim rn1N'rys'r'IR Citlurrh .I. a Lao al) 'Imvua'1. ....11" Inn.10' ..-

oiff. may he not play with my daushr ,nid.Ants' I Sept I I. 1919 N" ... _7.JHUrcr. 14191"arranta I hcrrhy OP."ru HOrtlf',, that .the ,,,,...,/..In. -.."'''. . ("'A'rA.,1 by ltllll:4m ronatlliiliininl u1: '"ll' INI, ondltluna will cur.. HALL catarrh., a
? I think 'they both need. compnukinship. "u.ln" month- -- -? 'if Ih. K.-..lpl* snit, IK-bnr-m ?' n II In liikan ,,101..11) ....d ails throuclfttha .
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." Iturmoni meantime hud) 1 got Don't nutter'! A tiny "bottle of Iwued ____.__*. .. ._....__ \ HIlKlBiie inin'T"1. .. .un" for month tl H."it.mlH.r. Hloo.l! on Ih. Mil uua. Hurfac. nf thotv..m
Remarkable Biting' Power Jet 1 1919------------ I1U94lll.lrlrl a. aoil rorrrcl .., Ihr b.r ..I i ". IIAM.-I: i'A I'AKKII MKI>ICINB
rid! nf young Harold' and) was guxlnrf; I.'m'l lie hHiihseivisl, T fees thill 'rnezone coatS but a few cent at any N.. I.Ralanr. I hnowlr.lur, an.) hells I. rompnniKl of i, ,nie, of lh. beat tonic' ,
drug Uirf. Apply a few drop on the? K M 'I'flPI'PI. | known, combine! with .one of th. baat
lute Harold' mother's Kept I I. 119\ . .. .. .___ 71.74
straightway' hoer been hollowed out by ant amid ItI. corns, rallnw and "lianl akin" oil lx>t- .', .., ni, .* durlnif Snonth ____ ...__.... Count SurM-rintrnrfrnt of P ill,"la tn.irurtlon' blond purir' ).*rn 'r". pclft-cr ro.nblnalton
C)te' . .. .".111, char their hitting 1 r>"" era LCof feet, then lift them off.W Warrant* ,....."| .__.___._ __ ___.....__ H 49 0' In.r..I.nlO i In IIAI.1:8 CATAKK1IHKfllflNK
"I'rmr llttl' loni'Hunien" \\ a.i what 1 .11,1! to w-nrklng ID I be hardest Kalanc. (J".. I. 1919 _.._....__.____. Hilt'' VOT'Ir : IK what piof'uc'mich wane
"in .1 r."3 k're.rnne removes corn from the "..,..1 r. aulta. In cafitrrliiil romlttlon.
she. softly' an"".-r.Ml. "" they don't disturb .. "i.1lu! ttintiellDi: ant tire expert' | t.s.a or "...--. from this. bottom of fret ..I.n.1.,1.. 1 tilalrlrl. ISIS ..S...._f._.-... ... 91 (7l'Citil [ Nolle.. ...-..la,t.hrrrbr nn the"..J."n th that ra..ii.of',nrmnhI itnn fnr.rlal rutTKiKta. T6c ivptimunlal.' fr...

you I a.n lull H> ><> let him stay" h otli eases are known of their the l skin bPOI1Lth M left pink and healthy d.irlnr month .._........... ii i9.! will' ."*...nl '" ",.. .....n'. |I.,,|... I r. J. fli.n.y A Co., ftogt Tolado' O. ;
,! ", amid never note tender or irritated Warrant .*"",.| ..___ _.._.._..__..... 1.29 of ... .,,... Tnunly, Ftnrl,t.. mv. ansI. I
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appealluK "
Her were ditches and! tre Vrus. I
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eyes n ,alanc." Ort I, 1919 ___.. _'_._' -.-.. 90.2n I I fount and *.ou.h.ra of th. ..,.. of It. f '
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I brute the 76th birthday of MV; I JOS. I I':. WILSON:. LEAVES; FOR :MO-1 I| proposals! and then voted solidly' I lervations were : Withdrawal' fn, .
I Proctor. At 130 1 :: bountiful dinner, I I
I' a j I BILE; | against all of them. I gee membership; article. t t. r
1c---- was spread! on a table under the oaKs I
!, Showing for the first time how- right of congress to uuthnn "I,
1 land ctrl, h ant present enjoyed I the dm-; :Mr.\ JoM.'ph. IS. Wilson 'left Thursday j' over,, a willingness to include reserva- .lutes ; niitionnl supremacy, <" ,,

1 County T : 'HIT' Several nui- ,presents we-n' re- | for Mobile, Ala, where ho will reside 1 I turns of an interpretive character in I| mystic questions; tin Mom 1 "
l eeivi'd
and' each one wished ;MiPine'- I (in the future i
having associated himself the ratification resolution' Senator (truly" ; Shantung; limitation- ,

-- --- ,_.. .'- tor many happy birthdays.. I| with hm brother and other well Hitchcock! und his colle-agues offeree) ,I' it'imrittions commission ; tini i p,> \ :
: ------ --- Arch'ruwfurd and wife, of Mid-i! 'I I known business men in the steamship substitutes for several] of the "reservations '' I'linirrets. to determine tout,ribe'

Inttrectlntf Facts Gattwrc-a I> \e'avas in town :Monday. morning.Kaiford business. The company will have u prevented hut not a single/ substitution '''tlv" leii-'iii-- expenses; tll<' neb''/ I,'

Regular .. Carver is able to be out lanro I i' fleet of merchant vessels ply-' or I'hanlf11" made at their, ,i 11 mousy armament in certain ,

1t' again after a severe attack of typhoid inK/ between !Mobile\ / and foreign ports suggestion. i t Ume-h and theright! to ,

fe-ve-i. j'land the prospects. : are bright for the The ten subjects covered by the roeit I imillwith a covenant breakn, .: "

. .. ---- fi.; W. Sill idt is in Lake Butler this I I I building up of a very large! business. _

( I ; 1.1R"I I:1'; I Rol|{ ; : weak in the Interest of the Standard )For several yours :Mr. Wilson has been N _
} : here i Oil '''one of StU kl"H most public spirited,
i | Company.Rev. .
.. I fund enterprising. citizens and his de- IS H() STILL DOING BUSINESS Tin.! t : ,
l l.iwu-i.Oet !: I. -I Rev J I .1.I 1'ieud- ( S. S. Proctor visiteil' friends in
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1 well, district Mipi-riiile-mli-nt, eif St. ;Mr ; Baldwin, Sunday evening. I I pasture i is' Miiceiely regretted| in both ReDeOI ordrn. and washed ctMcmrn who have m-d our I. rnli".r

\ Johns Uive-i ,',,"f'r.II', e of the :Methodist .- | :, Shenir rppersciii:" , of :Starkc: j business. and social circles lie sold year afln. year who always gl, .idly ,recommend our goods 1 co ilw.rnihbof. .
I,' : j wasRreethtg I bin insurance are our beer. dvrnmm" Our nr.r.noi lw.ivi II.1 t toven
i church, will be ill I nwU-y Saturday friends, in Lake !' agency some week ago
lives. I| Huller Tuos- 'to / .. bul when QUALI TY I it eoi.sideivd, ,era r too< high' Wm-,
. ,, A 1-. :. and will Hta> thioe days lIe' '1'. day morning:: :!,: IlarolJ C. Wall He retain the for 'latest! "price, hm, or send order and you ,ell! re ir' n-a right.FERTILIZLRS .

p'' will piraeh, at both Sunday. morningand K( i| Donnie Floyd I"i at 'home for a few ownership of the Bradford County INSECTICIDES/ SPRAtLa...'. POULTRY SUI'I'UESnr
a evening nnd (tilt third quarter) 1 j i days and has been quite busy since Abstract Company. This will be in : J..VA.Ii.CIHI;: I-'liltTlH/HIt (;0. JaiLNllnVnle. blur M.How .

!, conferc'tic-B' will piohahly' beheld sometime I II his return. chargeof :Mr. C. R. .Ahearn an ex- --

during/ HUnl"l)'. All members! of I I J. P | Mrs. Boh fruen! and son .T"e. 'arc i [pert title abstractor. .

i the ollK'ial bond. all members. and affiliates is visiting friends' in St. Petersburg this I --

"' nf the i him'li and tho community 1\1 iM I week. I.VMOU/ 1MIMDHS I HOM/( ) ,I.Vi

i I 'in+ I'cniTal mvili-il to attend these\ a Mrs." \i T. II. Rimes, of Worthington, was !i I> b I'S'I'III.\1. fO.NFKKK.NCn: : Club f Roys and Girls .
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"ot mCI'linItH. visitor to I.lIlu'lutll'r/ Saturday.

; Mr. und ;Mis. Raymond Mom-ley, of, /Hall. i \ i Washington. Oct. ::!:.Labor withdrew ,

Jacksonville I,: from, the national industrial. Ear 7
visited relative in 'Law- i ii eonference A 'hrift Stamp Mont '
: i John )
,{j ti-v liist- "part of the week. i I j I ;. i tonight: after' its final' eiTmt to ,\

L. II Hill was transacting business .i i after father i :'I i \II'''. Jem Gilbert, of. High Springs i j| obtain adoption of, a collective bur. i,' -

.j.' V i in S'ttirte Wednesday..Mi. , r Mrs the guest<< of her .sister Mfrs. W. gaining resolution had been def-nted --
[ Stewart Tuesday. by n majority; of the capital : .. ..
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r mid I Mrs..i. B. l>ye, of Jackson-. '. home I group. ..
I ,ille' Tom Dukt-s! of Five Mitt1'n9 in' Although the t representatives of' < ) . ;" .: '
spent| (tlveekend in Lawteyat si-vecil I It .. ,., ...f .
" i I \ TUP,Tiny nftet' both the public and ... ;;;
tin- home( of Al r. and Mrs A. M. ; noon. i ii i capital announced < .. ): > '
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lilanchnrd.Mis/ 1 i Jml' ( tame' of. Five :Milevt\' ill their inlention of romaimng; in the : ;X'" ',_ T .'I ''''-

; .. : I '!! Tuesday afternoon. I .i' t P. A Redding' .. went to Jacksonville 'r. -
I (!lt-n (: to re-store. v (
:Stindiiyvhiie she will I .ui-.si's" i urn tutu" I'.ua Mpnes, ofilidway industrial peaceto' the r
spend '" f
:r some time.Robert; ; ; pleasantly( / located at the country; evidently testwith. I'reiidunt ., a I! :w( ". t.l .ta:7 \. J ,." t'P st

, t. (;Jiudinci" / r, of Jacksonville, : l I of Mr-, I D.) XV. !IJorum and are at- Wilson\ : ..: , t'.r 5t "W

H ( visiteil friends' here Monday. / / t :! .:' the Lake Butler High School. I -- -. --- -- I '". .,...... . ,;.,,1t'"'......:...., ,

,, r :Mis- Liz/.i.; Byrd was u visilui"' to Priest t The many friends. of Mary l (arum D. C. Itroaelway; is the champion '.: ...,.. -'" """'".., .
I Iliilhel'llUln
:: StarkeFriday.,' I be delighted/ / to learn that she ( for" this senson, having :
I I't' Springs *, fi '
$1
'Lawri'iice (irillis of ; n-ciiveie-il" from a case of dipthcria I landed' a 400-pound( jcwfish the first t...: l4' ''
Jacksonville/. and "" The ,.; f .P1i "'" .. .
.J't' basket ball t"11ave )box, | of the week! at Little "'f. .
wns u visitor to Luwle-y Sunday Clyde: ; I a Sarasota Pass '''' R; ). .
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Mrs. Hester Friday evening at the club "
Croft, of ,
Jacksonville
I visiting t.
i is upending' a few days at t the home of : this I ( \ and about $::10) was rc-nlizcd. ;More, quail are reported in the! wiorf? .,..;tlJ, ;; V'! i ;v }

t ;Mr. arid, Mrs.! L.1, I L. Sapp.e ,' Miss ": \ Mr. and ;Mrs., Jen Crews were re I around iiiinpsville; this fall than ever i, : J J

R" .' 1 Rev. XV. I L. (Ove-rstrnel' was a visitor I Slarke I friends',' in Gainesville; 'last week and I I before., Sportsmen ape preparing for !tI ;:1\, ::, )1
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Alachun wish them much happi great fun '
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hunting
Satuduym( this
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year: 1..d. .
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; in their; ;
,[ .J. S. Andrews .. voyage of matrimony. I f r;
wan husi- '
transacting --
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I; IICKS in .Inckxonville the I first part,, of' XV. 'K.: I Iris Kpperson were 1 The big lime kiln near Oakhurst, --J
I': I the wI..k.l I IIInrdy I (' : '- of ;Miss/ ,I duo "Kpperson: Sun I two miles north of Ocalawas doI : !- i .. ,'i ...<,, !tt,( t: KfliL .
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"'i !' "1"'Y.' mir J.i'kH'Hlvilie, viII' Ins ,' : 'I Ifttrnvf-jl Kir are. Tlii-M.lntr, ,rninfr,,. tin U>

iled relatives ,and friends, !in and near 1 Dr., ) ) airs l'. L. \arne-s and children, or. I i Iii thl'H..knjtl.. is cleared: ; ; ;;IYit

i 1.11 wtl'Y I Kriduy mid Satu r :
A JeHso :S. Proctor. and family. Iof I the I ,
Reddish! damage
was a bUHiaoHH, vlati lahassee II, I erq"
i tor to itaro| Thursday. A. I 11.! j The Woman's Club met Monday af I _.'''_ I I .r
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I'{ M. ... i i I and was well attended Three : ":
.I l.uii'Miollof Jacksonville' ,, M. K.: :\ ; ISKNATIc: T.\I\KS: rr: I
WitS a visitor, to l.iiwlt-y Thursday." '" I' members were! received. Lemon- 1 ('o..sml-lL\llO-i:: :. (or) TlOU1T

P. ,F;. Huniey, ;\ .
th(' III' it t of ,ri'lativi-s. Sunday. was a I Strickland and 11. Rosenberg.: i Washington, Oct 2.--H"uplmlng:! I e.
t W. I II. Burt/ I Rev Frank Fouler, will conduct) ''itH' "
was visitor a consideration"
a to tTarke!! II. S. of the eI
peace treaty, rri btV
1 vivnl' in ,
the
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Monday.Mi's[ bis Baptist church begin-! .:'the '-( iiatfureign, relations
t committee
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I :" linliy Byrd, was called from ItVv. ,J ./." Friday evening and everyone in- today, adopted ten revised reserva-! .i >
to attend'. rv
' Jacksonville, the lust of the week on .. J I inns. including n provision that the.j! j

account of the illness, of her mother/ 'visitors Uev, Armstrong preached two u' !1 senate qualifications must be accepted I a .W',14 ,V Vr
Mrs. .1. C.; llyrd. g seimons ,Sunday morning by three of the I
nrrm '' : other great"
i l pow- ,,
S. W. Leach" of Jacksonville, wan a Luke I evi-iiiiiir; nt the Baptist church. ,i i' era before' l the treaty" ratification becomes ,, SI 9
i visitor to I nwtey Sunday Mrs. \ D XV. I Ion i"in spent the week-end' I'lToclive. I 1 ''sI
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K. M. KaTiiHe, who is employed' m itspent for Jw' ; his family. I II Among them was a new proposal :
Otis,. Sunday with his the ,I I CcorgeSpues; :: of Midway was in which administration; ,
family I """l1a('>I'S a do-
'lI'ar'IIwtl.y.( 1 non for ,, n. :Monday and' Tuesday., lured would break down the econo- '/

i Roy HCSH, a mumhrr of the Jacksonville Mi-s I f.; \ .unit... :Mrs. T D. Proctor and j I mir boycott feature of the league of ,

fire department, spent a partof visited : I Ruby and. Karl Markham, / nations covenant and a reservation on I J

I Saturday and Sunday with friends" Saturday: I j Juc'kMII.willIt.. P. P. J> 'k'l'' and I nrh,.Ie ten differing only m the trans.po : I
In Rowley. i Marcus, Oren Kirk and Julian Tion of
i' J. C.' I I, one phrase from that
- Carl I'revntt spent last week in .the fever I Fi\e; Jlil'I"'e guestof Rev and 1 which President, Wilson has nnonunced I
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Jacksonville1, rmnbininif business with ing at r'I J ". S. S. Proctor Sunday.' :' he would'' treat as a rejection of the I .

"pleasureKnink'' -. Dr. Roberts of J.'iMil,., wns in ilrulh'i I -

r,1 .0\", lrl'wH. ,lit .lllI'k IInvilll', "tending Saturday. '1'\\",- ten "reservations were part of a I Top. right-Marie :
i Bradfiah, Maul
was a visitor( to I.nwtey Sundav' :Monday, Frank Fowler, a ,returned/ mis liar presented by Chairman Lodge won at the rue Fla., holding poultry me' '
and State
:: Fdlr 'taut
I Revival. services will be held pit the' The j II 'Butler: from Agentine, ,returned to ,Ideclaied" by the Republic-mi 'leaders to I H*" R. I D year" ; left-Eula Tr.-'Itham. Jack I';
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Jawte.\ It.iptist( i hurch' 1 beginning next fume" [ Monday; and is visiting; l| represent' n compromise behind which Gotten right-WHIard.
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) Attaway.
brother It. R. 1, Warrior ..
L. Fowler I Ala.
Sunday and will preibably' tro on for' :Mr 1 IIn.11I[. and fam- at least ,,,, j We will attend the I I',' ,
two 'k". |Hpv.{ Varhoroujrb 'a C know i' association stand' The .lelministration: members

t;l lfit pastor a of t the Melnisc l Captist a 1 ehureli, 'I-ill writ k' held' in Jacksonville first of the I''<..f tilt. II uniniittut'! headed t by !Oemocratii "Ask Dad That wall 1 the fuvurito-) -ilieir uanungH, work 'e'1

will i-eiiidu: <'t I the "service, while other1J Peiv.v ; ; Leader: Hitchcock, tried in vain plan In 'I"y gone t b>) ulien !Nuys' and' I rUmen eat lugs stamps by buying i I.
1'1"11"1''' I..'.. I'XI'I"\t',1 to u."I..t .. I Townsend spent .several to se-cuie" modifiration girls , : which Pit
1.ii; The hil11. -eptly '. : : in Lake Butler this I of the majority waniiil |ionli-H. Cory 1 !I'. rips' urcircUH per cm: Interest compounded. '. I
entire' community is week. I (
cordially inI ( '. Marie'
I ; nionitint( Uradfiali
t \iled 'In( ill tend, ,' these' .services., visiting / i I' Carver visited his' father in I I tl.KS/ : JUMI'/ 0\' Eli 11 iniie.s hive Chang like $a'\)) in cleared something
: ed it > had one year
on
last II war ,
The week /and tomatoes
revi\al y"'n"' ( Amer inn
services i FIVK
which |
have IIIIXnilKli:
this
poultry
rer PERCENT .
\ cording lo
: ,.. W. II. inns( liuvi leurnei the club
been I i Bethn and records
I gong' on at the Methodist children of RUIUUIIHIIK about end'
church' 1'e'rmnn i i won a prize at the
: |I ')', arrived. in Lake( thrift lluklid or U.rUt state fair Ku
t closed Sunday mirht. The moetiiiK visitor, to Butler Sunday l III' Uilli.mis '101 Tonic ire-ally in that meun' Tranthnnrs profit from ?
,' her
I i-u-iiinh an well
was well attended" from the for n wee-k's. visit with her Demand for ut saving garde'and
first to J. II. "I'lii" 'treatment i chit Icing
i ,the lust' and,I. judging from the Mr. and ;Mrs.[ T. J. Dekle. running. poultr,;' and' 1 pl/11'lIlhll! have' I' is- Johns amounted to JSoi, F'.>' "
n
r many visitor to : IIHCOIIIM, lus'itirtlens saved 1::11)0) of profit . :
testimonials; at different times during Arthur Branncn visited' her \\hile, the inIiion/i( plague In mom( every I his pigs and had finished fr i

1 the servii'i's, II1ll1'hot'uod was accomplished. ; ; I Bob Jreen" Tuesday afternoon. I raging in October, 'lll! *. the sales, was of county lugs lovt-rnmeiit'hug Thrift and Sav-1|I valued .it, $700Vl.lard hogs on blind
I.IIIIIIJ ,
Rev F':/.i'll, assisted by the '. 1. ;M. ;Mann motored' over to 1 Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped' over the hearts of the( win their way late tartPil out w.th one pig and Altaw '
I '
later
1 pnslor Kovi J. C. county Tuesday, afternoon. BOO e-ent. youngju; And the be ,. at
I IlijrKs' put the pin-1{ I Lake a :! ; 'per There can be only one eombtiiatloti' solves ".It ralr. showed p herd
| the that
gel trulh before* their hearears, and bose of Argo, of f Five Mile, was a reason for such a tremendous increaseand lent of getting! ji'vo-ilm ,prob quired( s\. pon, t ro accommodate r'

it is truly hoped, that the seed' plantiil 'n I.nko 'l tu I.ake Butler Monday nfter1 -- l that i is that 1 Dr. Williams 101 I young hearts daxl money re. for Thny'ro things the That's how the thrift boys and glr *

at those' moot ings will take root l I The C+. TOIIH, is H "ciiire-Lt' tie'iitme-nt for the tug the d-iii..r) earn- In the Moii'li' firger.ing i
I now ,
rued' grow, 'and" the I I VV. /lloiuni: + wits u visitor to the I ,-'111." Lntirippe I willi'i I'' poul.ry, Th.-iri: money t< .
Chill nndtavlnKi
therefrom '
crop will : verse at : r and Cold cases Kga and tnni4tot( ...IJ te;;, ., ,. stamp and oti .-
"r
be for the', lory! .of find for all time. ,| Sunday;; '' ) seat Wednesday" a" n witness' I as w-11/ us :Malaria and l other fevei | pnt'lng; things' they want .,

J people' are case of attempted' murder i I I. >. Quinine. the enemy of diseaseirerrns. I
Mil.LEn: ; Ib| |"tiry X'arne-s 1'Ill'ntV.tln..I in
I K. .. "- ) < one of the ingredients! of -
nun'inner with ;Mlrs.5. S -1 this elltrient '. .
Proctor.
medicine.
ton n |la"l| \ Magnesia: I"lon"tl..I' .
[i Miller 111'1: I: ,.*. Jessie Simpson Math ': : ,: I 'n..y 'X'arnes, of Johnstown, was impiirtant chemical' contained I ,:, ,
I I
and daughter of '\ ' : tonic.
'
KinJt'.lurll'11"( neto) I. It cleanses the liver and' i
are visiting relatives, bere. I ,Kellinn ; Williams, of Lulu spent WI'I"I" hewols of accumulated poisons. Iron .! I

Handle
J. S. llr.mn': \as$ a business. visitor, ing his "" : ) )' in :Starke acs a tlv neb, blood I producer is the third. 't theFIRESTONE J
to Ijike ,
Ilntler Saturday afternoon. Parker I It builds up strength .stamina and j, :

Mr. and Mrs .1. ;M ;Molt, of Lake1 I Willmid 1 : .and !Airs c;. l 1). Fain-loth spent vitality; and' strength will win against ,

hotter spent Satur.luyIn.1 Sunday i i pint) :-:,,". +bty thl'CUI."t uf :Mr. and Mrs. ;n. 'ti" ,, I (
visitinir (lie !hitter's par"lIt"Ir: and I', Walter . -'', of iiiilford. !:"H- ..nd ."i'ii' bottle- at
l : your drug!
;Mrs I Roland: : Thomas. j t s...him! { XX'. :lllIln..". of Louise has return- "stole Refuse. nil nttempti) to. IInlll1 I I i

Rev. J. T. Bar''H11"! a visitor to 'm'al I\\eeka.. I after several days visit with min'sub".-titutes. There is only one j I
I".aw ley SntunUy and Sunday. ', Jim I 'I. Dr J. F.. Maine: : and familv. I U- .i V., lot Tunic .1d1 1 i You li-vc noticed that all the new

4 Ucv. :M.\ A. \Voodarel or. .. (C'hnqtnin spent Wednesday in 1 ''I ,
., nukea 011ed motored' : I car> are equipped
Ill.! with
his the well
II; n-trnlar" / appointment, at the t mikrriinirirandma. ,I I .
I Fre>e Will Ihiptist / ; and 1 :Mrs Coleman known Tires
1 church Saturday ( are plea' that make the most
niR'ht: b.,I t?I..I",. located' it You "
I home in ; the home of Dr, and" iJo More work, miles
0. I. Ml/ell i"I; 1 W. T. 1 Reeves of I :Mr and I : ; [ Seebor Klnjr. You are more ambitious and you pet more per dollar, and tint is the

Worthmgton. were here on business \\ II:. in enjoyment out of everything when' your Fl RES'1 E.Guaranteed ,
.Ii: Krldny., ; :. IMCICKS: KOH t'on uN blood Is in good condition. Impurities in
noon.
' l 1 Carl Thrown spent, the woek-end with .1 I. S. [ / :/ \V.\\N\U:. K\tII\NCK: ) :. : : the the I blood system have causing a very depressing elTe-ct( '.n

bis parents Mr. and :Jfrs. J. L. Hrown. i lake Duller I nervousness! and, sickness weakness laziness ,
for
J. S. Ilonard" 1 and daughter' Annie Mrs' A. G!n.. Oct. 22.- Highest :' ORO\ [;'S 'TASILLLSS I : ChIli

t1 of Puke", nttendi'el, church here Saturday pio\ing 'in ever quoted on the Savannah restores Energy: saditality by Punfyim'IONIC(: '

j" night The-" .. : exchange were posted" today I and (Unru; Inntt the 111- ml. When you I I. 6000 Miles

"1 Furmon Stokewns n visitor te I[ its held' > good: middling: reached, :7! ">-li/>. its itrrniiihfiiiiiil. invigorating( elr..I. -t,
Lake Duller Saturday" afternoon. I Unptist/ ,' : \ the averace'for the dav. the I how It hrinrfj i'.lor to, (he check and, how.

. Kugeno Di"uglnss' made n business I| nn'iiding. I at the. close being ;t7'j' cents if Improves' the, appetite, you will then i and xve hack them if
appreciate do
true tunic up
they
trip to Providence : calos were made ii'' the ,"I-l value I
Mrs
lit; j. fjiturday. I|i I Joe' The (]R()\ E'S TASTri.ESS, not make it.Vc
1 S. Brownn* m Lake. Hutlcr successful, / previous record "'as 'W ", Is Chill TO.'f'| make the adjust-
on
: not .
:\[ i I reached September :'t, I 1118!I a patrol incilicimit, 'I U simply'
ment
I Iondny. I ?
1 er. 1 I IRON: and gld.M.N'L, : :. :; suspended, ourselves und we here
Earl in Syru. '> arc to
Peeples, who hn' So -lea.. ,
< been John
altl'n.I.1 i I '; | int even chililr. like '
!] J ing school' nt Lake Duller spent the through / I ACKT.EAISLK: : : : SURPRISE! : I blood needs. Quinine to Pur.fyit, and II IKON The | satisfy our customers.

weekend with his parents Mr. and i'! Mrs. Joe I I I to Enrich it. These reliable tonic propj j I NVc ,

- Mrs. It C. Tee-plus. |, section, wa I' three vours ado when I w'ri't the ertiei blood never Mil! tu drive
J. P. Crawford] was n business visitor A. K.': from U severe cold on my I I 30x3 1.2 non skid for ''
r t to Hague Station Saturday morning I Wednesday. and coughed most of the time TheSirength-CreatmgPower! ) of GROVES $18, 30x3 for
-
'I TASrtLti: $11.60
r } j) The and day'. ,Cough I tried, a bottle of the favorite' tonic Chill In TONIC thousands has of made hum it, plain, and 32x3 1-2 norfskid -
-- j h. Y. Remedy and' More than for
P. U. thirty-five $21.00.
year ,
| ago fik. We
SC1IT: j
I
at the keep them in
' evening. Di promptness with would rl.le a 'long< distance' to get! GROVE! S :,
4I On [ ' it gave relief," wrlt.sIrs.; TASTELESS: : Chill TONIC when stock at all times i

, ,1. Sampson City Oct. 21._t. C. Ogden. I children and j ,; Urown Clark Mills N. Y. needed member of their family had Malaria or a I: ;

of Craham, undo a business hero nt the home has been surprised and tonic. n body-huildinri., strcniith-itivinii R. BURROWS 1\\
,The
formula
i with the is lust the*
t Monday. trip Proctor prompt relief atTord- lame today STARKE
with and FLA.
s '. remedy.-Adv. you can get it from any drug) ,
slurp. .
j sR1 sacper bottle .> I IIJ II 1




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