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 31, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I PRESIDENT WILSON RED CROSS MUST ::

Hon. A. :Z. Adkins wus u visitorWednesday The revival meeting at the :Methodist :
afternoon to Law toy and
church in Starke is progressing I (
while there closed a deal with W. F. .
finely, every service enjoying a good.
ANNOUNCES THIRD Godwin for the Lawtey hotel proper attendance. nEz.11 \i.: preachingtho HAVE FUNDS '

ty.building:Mr. into.a Godwin modern will residence convert and tho plain Gospel, truth in a way that I TO MEET 1 :

appeals to all und it is having a telling J
occupy it with his family. ::: effect.. The meetings::: will (

CROSS ROLL CALL ue oxer Sunday und" those .ontin-I
DEMANDS
OF PEACE iliI
1.1.RED IlRl'G STORK CHANGES HANDS not yet attended. should do so beforeit II i
i is too lot( All arc welcome.
--- -- - Dr. J. C. Wills has sold his drugstore ..
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,$t 1 ne following: invitation to every j EXCITING MAN HUNT to Dr., corner J. P. Tomlinson.Ninth und Front The new streets proprietor ., TRAVELING: .\ lU'VS FISIIIMJ:: I Washington Oct. 2ti.- In an official ,t IIKII;\ ('ROSS PLANS NATIONAL- --- 1 j4

:k' American man, woman and child from | Georgia Culprit Captured Through i is> already in possession and 1 TACKLE: IN LOCAL STORE I announceniiMit of the put poses) of tho I I I S\SPKM:; OF HEALTH CKMTKKS: : ,
Pieftident! Wilson to join the Red national campaign( ) of I the American' _
I will the best of such .
keep goods us
Smart Work of Officers"
the Third Roll Call from Red( Cross to enroll elollnr members 1!
Cioss during! are generally kept' in a drug store. lie Lust week a traveling man stoppedover Washington Oct. 27.-A nationwide
November \2 to I 11 was written just from Novembei; J to 11 1 1 Dr.) 4j
U has ordered stock of in Starke for the day and whilelooking of health
The Telegraph last week had an account a large druR'sIInd I.iVinJ-I'I system centers, physical
:, before ho wu* taKen ill: of a stranger who hud uttered drug sundries and will let tho the town over stopped. in at ston Finrund, chairman of i I headquarters' for the public

I .\ President of the United States false checks, whereby several of our public know his specialties in next I Quiglcy Lumber & Supply Co.. nnd<1 tial, I Committe'e of the< oigumzution i 'health' \\urk of \'communities large! and .
and as President of the American Red merchants hud been the losers. The i week's Telegraph.Dr. was surprised at the large::: well assorted toiiuy said : I "small is !projected by the American
?t Cioss, 1 recommend and urge a generous authorities suspected a certain W. Tomlinson has moved his officeto stock of fishing::: tackle to be "The Ke'd: Cross comes before the I Red. doss as a leading feature' of its 'A .
response to the Third Ked Cross Clark, a nephew of c. II. Clark ...S'I the rear of his drug store where found there.' Later to II reporter, he A III"I'/'Ull/( people with n call for a "''nu,,' piogrnm::: fur cuppotf, of which I
. Roll Call which opens) on Nov. :lilt the depot, but he was! later found innocent patients may consult with him. showed part of his purchase, and! said huge and widely disti l I t iliuted. membetship '- I I the Third Ecu f'ross Iol{ ("all for
iih the observance of Red Cross Sunday -|, of that crime. The young man Dr. Wills retains his office in the thnt he' has!' been In Tnmpn, and, Jacksonville whieh tdmll give to its peace I members will be launched throughout

and appropriately closes on November I left Monday for Loihloo The omI west annex of the building::: and will, many times looking::: for just t program t the\ spirit and effe'ctivencss' the countiy Sunday, Nov.. 2nd, lasting -
2 lltn tile .lirst anniversary of j jth I era! were <' signing of: the. urmiolice.. buel!k, but Chief Kite received a letter as u physician and surgeon.::: I find what I he. \\'lInh'a.I.lin\, . !? that the astonishing. ::: to Euiope and a souice of A natural step in the evolution of the

Twenty millions: adults: joined tho I I from Chief of Police Wood, of Savannah ----.. -- I nngleis of this tciritory were lucky satisfaction to all patriotic i\ mt'riCfl uigunization's) woi,k, the health centers 'tj a
Rud Cross during the war promptedby stating::: that said Clark wus wan I "HIE Fir.IITING: : EnlCA"iS": ON.MON1IVY I to be able to secine what they' wanted 11.5. are confidently counted upon ,to
a patriotic dc-suo to render service '. ted there on a charge of adultery and ; : : EVENING: :; in a town as!' !tn\llllll" Starke.The "The eim-rgiciieies', fIt war created\ I become ono of the nation's strongest)

T to their countr and to the cause for I fornication, also: a young woman, Dorothy Qmgley I Lumber & Supply, Co. elemunds which could I only be met I weapons in t lie war on disease and
which the United :btates: was engaged I Colley who was living with The public 1 is pleusuntl'::: anticipating is using::: the best antidote\ for the mail I with great::: sums of money and theseweie attendant misery for th'yoill have I /

in war. Our p-itriotism: should stand Clark although the latter had n living ::: healing "The Fighting .\m'ri-I order" poisoncunying what t the pen" furnished by the people) with behind, them the milli'ins of members .; tI
the test of peace: us well as the test wife A photograph of Miss Col- cnns" next Monday evening, :'Iio :! pie want nnd I demand,I and then adver i unexampled !>generosity.. The peace I of the Ued, Truss and the organisation) :
of war, and it is an intelligently pa- ley was enclosed and Mr. Kite had no I'II which is the first of the series of five tising their line. progiam to which the Red Cross> has I and expel! .lencc' that clinic to it n< tho I,
tnotie program which the Ited Cross I difficulty in finding! and arresting::: her. I attractions to be presented by the Alkahest ". ----. .- __ set its hand calls I for flu) such financial ii'Hiilt of its war work and relief ope- .

continuance of service to our I lIe kept her at his home until the Savannah I Lyceum under the auspices of H \ :NKINGHcicafter : 1101'11-:: outlay but does i involve. continuous cooperative i lutions among stritken ')I'opleaJ!
pioposes sailors who look to it for authorities sent after her. the Woman's Club of Sturke i personal .service which shall well as its growing experience and '
soldiers and I the banks\ signing t tills le-uch mtei coiner of the coun I
every influence
transference to I Thursday Sheriff Epperson and Chief i "The Fighting Americans" will tell I at home."That .
and
; a
things, I
many ,
of the great::: war in song::: and story, notice will i ( hsel'U", following I ::: try.
Kite to Lochloosa militant I
the' problems of peace at home of the went to hunt up and I II general::: I campaign
describing of the hour, : I Open at I 0 t) ( lock u. m.j; closeat "10' this ... I 111 .
experience and methods which it acquired arrest young Clark He had there 'I ::: many thrilling experiences .I1."n. in < imipnigii t to, p promote !physical wclfaiu in this
0 during the war. given his name us Billy Clark and had of the American troops>: :I i0: ) p. m. Our !pntrons ure requested set for November 1 to II, inclusive, I oiintry i is needed has been mndo ; t
than been fishing. But the officers came too' while in France.If I, u I t to 1 Keep these, hours i in mind the Ke'el: Cross is stressing not money abundantly clear by thu expeiiencu of li' .
It is on membership that more the stressof late, for C. H. Clark his uncle, had you have not ulicudy secured your I a nil transact their business I duringthe ::: but personal I enlistme'iit.I i. I What I i is 'necessary the selective .draft examination, in I ,I II ;
money contributions is laid for gotten ahead of them and he and the season tiikot d.> ItO at once hv phoning time our doors" are open. It i"n"'KKIlI'Y f to accomplish the, important I whuji appioximatcly onc-tliiid of all\ ,
: thu present campaign nephew had boarded the train that Mrs. R. A. Weeks or :Mrs. DeWittC. for our. employees to have I tasks of pe-n-e. .is (Ilw member. with I his landidntes for the nrmy were rejected ,
the Red Cross seeks to associate the reaches Clarke at 1 p. m. Messrs.' Ep Jones. Single season ticket $::1); part of I the day to do the work that I 1 dollar. and his ncait ami Ins scrv ice. I for active service on account of physical .
t people in welfare work throughout double ticket for schoolchildren cannot be done during business hours. "The Ked ('i nothing. / '
person and Kite boarded the limited, season $5; (1514 pi opines ,disability The IIigonii t'ul1cl' of I ,
4 the land, especially in those communities unofficial -- which reaches Starke at 6:10: p. m. an admission of twenty-five BRADFORD COUNTY BANK less than .lh,' niobili/.ation of the people this record must be brought homo to ".P.L.{
where neither official nor The sheriff hud. wired Deputy Baisden cents will be charged for each enter BANK: OF STARKE.; of America in a muted, constructive every city and hamlet in every section .
provision has been made for adequate tainment. Children must be effort, to eliminate I
to keep u lookout for young Clark. accompanied i pieventuble of tilt country."The \
public health and social service. riefore the train had, come to a stop by parents or some grown per a lecord book for the exclusive purpose diseases anil, unnecessary, misery .: .
It is in the spirit of democracy that at Starke Mr. Kite jumped off, to see son. of lecording i ::: all I certificates I of from A l1'l-IlI II I life.I I It calls upon the )health first step in the Red. Croin ';';
program was the extension of j
th should undertake their ownwelfare Make attend dischurgcd soldiers and sailors of the American translate his
people that young Clark should not board 1 it your arrangements to cit izen to patriotism the Public Health \
Nursing Service.
c activities and the National if he was in Starke. Mr. Baisden also "The Fighting A Americans" Monday United States Government; during the into ,action and Kerv'('. Since the ) : l ;
,. Red Cross wisely intends to exert up- kept guard. He was informed by evening' Nov. 3rd at the High::: School; late war with Germany, nnd nil certilicutes I i, "The gravity::: I t nf t the i problem of year t the Chapters beginning::: have of been the charged present, I% . .t..,
of '
stimulating ti"'hllshllll
be reeordeiifree
on community action a that nuditorium. nui tin'ing::: the nation's vitality i is> now
someone Clark "
and rdnnt log::: influence und\ to from his uncle's young house was to corning --__- - -. -- _ I of any coat whatever to the re- I brought u home t to( us l"v olfuial! I figures with t the formation of ,lommittees on \ t. "I
try toget ,
plac(' the energies of the organization::: aboard thc train Mr. I'aisdcn: OP INTEREST TO SOLDIERS I spective discharged j / soldier or sailors.The of t the war ,dcpiiitiTient, I t ulmli !show nursing. ::: Health activities nurses, and support'In order of! theI'tdiii' tu ''1;>fj.; \':.

behind all sound public health and saw him, but Clark] turned around and | hook has now been received and I that :ItS\ I per tent I of t the.. y" ill g::: mon examined ' I
meet the demand for )
trained
: welfare\ agencies. ; run back. Kite was then told by Bais Under Chapter 791!>, Acts. of the ready to record, nil discharges.::: for thc iumduring, t the great, nuc-ciully I
for this work
,den where the legislature of H1\9.! the clerks of theircuits W. T. WEEKS;;, war were physically\ 'I I ill ;.
The American Ked Cross! does! not hunted man was, and ] have hern provided for nurses returning
of its while the former went into the house (' courts of the state shall keep Clerk Circuit Couit. military service. I I1 1 is i illiistintcd I t i in f
purpose indefinite\ prolongation::: I ::: f"1I1Vlr servic'e. courses" of instruction 7 I'\\
relief work abroad. a policy which the latter guarded the premises. The ''' another sinking \MIWe learn from, ill this; new sciunce have .

would. lay an unjust burden upon our elder Clark denied that the younger the same ofllnul source that there been I'nrou ragt.'ti::: and I a number of '
to undermine the was anywhere about. and when Kite were t I lt.: 122:! deaths in our army from
tend
.4 people and WHAT THE RED chapters! have lili'i ally financed tho
self-reliance of the peoples relieved, tried to arrest him for hiding his ; all mutteR throughout the twenty-ono preparation of nurses for this work.
work of completion nephew: he resisted, but was months of American nmticipatinn in
is over-
but there a necessary I 'fl\!' Red CroHf I therefore counts> on
to be performed before the powered. While Kjite departed to I' the war Of these CH; ! were from the development of u trained, person .
Red Cross can honorably take his man to the lockup, Bnisden : disease. And yet' in our )homeland,
American nil
I to meet the greatly incieased need
withdraw from Europe. The congress::: announced, that young Clark was hiding : CROSS IS DOING IN I II j wh re sixty per cent of the populu-' for public health nurses. J
I be. called ruialidistncts. j
what
of the United States has imposed upon under n building. The culprit I| tion hiV(' in may "
"The time han ronin for the I
now '
l the Red Cross a continuing responsibility after much trouble, was dragged::: out, 'i. we have an annual ileulh I
abroad, by authorizing::: the and the officers put him under lock I I toll of iiiproximately| 2'I5,000:\! ( babies I| announcement> of the second( definite
secretary of war to transfer to tho and key. The elder Clark was put ,\ BRADFORD COUNTY undoi, ono year of ape, From tubercu- step ill the Red Cross health program. iu1 ,
This is to he the nnohil i.citiin of Red
American Ked Cross such surplus under a $50 bond for resisting::: an om- I| i losis, a preventable disease, about
Cross inteiests and influence for tho
medical supplies und supple- rer I !Ii0,0f) >0 are known to die annually I in :
1', nrmy floP*. ": ind, detniv foodsstuffs, now Friday J. H. Stuart an officer from '-- : -- rcgis'.iution metis Typhoid, till I has establishment of health centers in ev. I

.ii i i', ..rope us shall not be required by Savannah arrived, and W S. Clark i A man about twenty-six came into have; by lie mi" an--c omplctely lanvassed I ii yei.-lv. 1 toll I of i prol.! ibly in.OOO! () ) ) I lives ery community where conditions make t.'I
t s the army, to be used by the Red Crossto and Dorothy Colley were turned over the office/ of the Home Service workerof the ceiunty has secured the names tsh,'ii'. d i lull then III despite r tntitoxin I I I li r- this" desirable anti possible. I
relieve the distress which continin to him to answer to the charges/ the Red Cross in Starke. lie wa\J of thllt -two exsoluhier(211' white lies iff about the llama number of I II many communities i purlicutailythose
dressed and hung his head.! ,,: and, 4 colored, who I without n 'health I organization ,
certain countries of Europe': as a preferred against/ them. shabbily ) were wouneled or I bili'len! annually t
-- He honorable discharge'' service who leturned, ,devoted. to t the health and where the I Red I Cross is now tho
result!' of the war. j - ---- ---- produced an gusset in or tubercular "If I t the care .
To finance these operations to con- 1 UOOr'EIrmIOIUAI.:: : : ( FUN>)> certificate His parents were old and or broken-down in health. It of our army were given to the physical only organized' social agency tIlt
crippled and had no one but the ex- is already in touch with a number of welfare of our people, we are eonfident health center will l"'jCinlnll! continuopurely
dud work which was begun::: duringthe I "ti| (Cross ",,('rntion. In
as u
soldier to care for them. That was the thirty-twei and plan to get::: in touch ] these tremendous and really
and to out some comparatively Time Extended! to November 8th N.I t
war carry larger citiewith their. well-establish!
he in his with the of life from j I
why came ; voice quivered us remaining emes and with all shnmi fill losses preventI -
I inexpensive1 constructiveplan I II.! hull Chairman he told of them.' He said he did not ,,I the other disabled) boys m the county .. muses: would I he greatly reduced.,I.I. ed I volunteer' associations and I committees I
for assisting peoples in eastern I
cum about himself.> lie had( been bud-I i i I as soon as possible. The Home' Serv- I I Krom" t the. day. of t the .Iit pa fli'ti-, I1I4- and. I their more highly organised
Europe; to ut Id /I.'1', their own welfare The time limit for contributions to ly gassed und 1 was .sent home from an I Parmy j[', Ii.,. WOlkelill see" that they have 1 1 ''an war, when it uns elenrly demount official public, health} services, tho
organr/ations. th American, Red the Huos'vl'ltI.murial, : Fund, has i hospital moro than six months I' medical care I if they ictpure' it und to rated that huivy. army moitnlity I i health I t centei"r will I mean the, I practical I I
Crosrequires, in addition to membership been extended to November 8th! and ago. Since that time he had ; help them file their claims against the from, ,Jiltl'IlSl' m uimec-cssui. the wmld jih1:, ">ii'111 l means t to bring::: about beltercoordir I
small in
r fees with a sum the of money into the association earnestly solicit sub I ed again::: and again to '"attpmpt-I I Jov'l'nnwnt::: and. to put them ill u position of seienco. Flits rapidly prugiosscd::: to 'ion' of these activities. In, .,1.
gifts
comparison pouring Ii
S scriptions.. :Money' contributions may I farm work, but had fallen down I in I: to overcome their i handicaps andto iho point of reulr/ing::: it must adopt tins CII.,., the Ued Cross may initiate
its treasury by our generous people be handed over to N. II. Hull, chair- the I fields, and been ill for many days "come back.: energetic methods to preserve. the' the movement or merely participate I
during::: the war. man for Bradford. county or to C. T. nftei" each attempt so he had JrivI'II.. The Home Service I Depnitment is health of the' world Furthermore I! as one muring other agencies::: public
Both the greater::: enduring::: domestic Barrett and :Mrs. T. P. Wall, of Starke up trying. He had been able to bUl'I I making that their first cmlc'uvor! : to I Iwe have been" made 1 to appreciate. i that Unit iiiivute.

ri program and thelesser temporary or A. :M. Blanchurd of I.awtcy. A row some money after! his discharge::: put the disabled man hack in the running the hinlth" I t of one j r- the i oticern' of all I I( "'I he l Ii ..il'h ,''ut! constitutes n I
k1 program of the Reel Cross deserve enthusiastic canvass of Starke will be made during I because of the good reputation he had hut it has many other important -.-wilh individual";, and with, nations.. biisiness-lilfo" way of associating the I
1( !' support and. I venture to the week built up by hard work and honesty before jobs. Thus far five sets of parents "Wo knot that the security of our I 'health/ .H.t vii iCS, both public and prl- ,
; hope that its peace-time membershipwill While all good Americans should\ his. enlistment, but he could.! who lost their boys in service, and nation is dependent to an i important Ij I II vat under one roof in il.tily: touch '
1 cxceeel rather than fall below its contribute to the erection of a fitting I row no more, and he did I not bor'l with them their means of support, j I degree nil the normal health and Vi nl'I'' aii'l ill comnlr-to mutual/ undurstand- t
;. impressive war membership. memorial to one of the greatest what was to become of his have come to the attention of the I, of its citizenship,, ; thllt its I babies I II ',' inc, The health/ center Hum. brings:

j WOODROW WILSON Americans, they will, in doing so also -I He had! thought I h/- would get better. : Home Service worker They did not I children. its women, and its men must. 1| together important but hitherto indu-
-- -._ _ assist in establishing::: a school in The Home Service Worker told him' know they were entitled to compensation I'be provided every safeguard::: ne<"essury I II pendent health (campaigns such as ,
MW.EST C\.NE: OF TilE SEASONRev. Roosevelt Ga., the old home of the that he was entitled to receive from from the government::: in addition I! for the conservation of human I thn...,. for the prevention of tuberculosis "taa,, '-
late Col. Roosevelt's mother. lIe was the government $50 a month from the to their boy's insurance' They are I life. And Sf) our American Red f'ross I[ social' diseases/ mentnl diseases u '

L. W. Kickliter has left at the one-half a Southerner and Southern- time he was discharged, and that as I now being assisted. in filing their : proposes' to heal, in the greatest conservation industrial. > diseases and, above all tho
Bank of Starke the largest stalk of ers should therefore perpetuate his he could no longer farm the government claims and are being::: assisted finan- movement in the world to. vitally necessary modern effort for
sugar cane exhibited here this season. memory. would teach him some work that cially where necessary.To I day, beginning at home. the conservation of child Iifo. In -
This giant specimen had twenty joints he could do, and would pay him while date there has been recorded l IS I "The co-operation of the .peoplei turn, it offers new possibilities of I

. and weighed H pounds. In spite of the he was learning.lie soldiers to whom travel pay is due, 15 i I themselves, those who arc to be most properly relating, these volunteer activities :
.. unfavorable seasons this year Mr. NOTICE FOR BIDS had known nothing of the provisions whose relatives did, not receive their benefittcd, is of primary importanceto to the olliciul health work of
A I Kickliter has made good crops. lIe ; the government had made for allotments, 6 who have liberty bonds tho success of this broad humanitarian I the city county state xnd federal au 1
is one of the most skillful! farmers in The trustees! of Starke High School I its disabled soldiers, and the Home due them, 2 who are still without their rnt'rpl'is. Our Red Cross! thorities." .
.!1 Bradford county, and some of his will receive bids for several cords of I!j I Service Worker, who has been brought/ bonuses. 16 who wish to change their 1 p, must have the support of tho people -- - -- -- --- -

friends believe he would prove equally 2-foot wood.! For further information 1, to Starke and her expenses paid by insurance, 13 out of work, and so on. In order that it may have the vital t'm, or of Hoods fires, tornadoes,
skillful at law making and are asking !' see E. S. Matthews at the Bank i\ the Red Cross while she is assisting And the Home Service worker has | power it requires to give intelligent mine explosions, when need of food .
of Starke. the discharged soldiers< in getting just began.liesiues I and effectual assistance to the state
ctothinir. medical
. him to run for the legislature. :.... shelter und nttcntion -
_. -- - I what is due them from the govern the work in the omce\ the and local agencies, and to establishnew develops>! in a few hours; and '
ST. MARK'S CHURCH : ment is helping him with the necessary Home Service Section visits. the soldiers agencies/ wherever needed for the equally! important with all of these,
REALTY TH."iSFEWoDuring \ I detail work to obtain his dues. in their homes and looks after prevention anti alleviation of disease. the development of our Junior Red

Twentieth Sunday after Trinity, from the government, both in education their families faar as needed, for "Programs> of practical aid have Cmss for the making of the sturly,
the week;; the following realIty I November 2nd. Holy communion and and money, and making him loans upon the welfare of the home depends been announced showing$ how the Red enlightened citizens of tomorrow.

transfers have taken place: 'I sermon 11 a. m. Evening prayer and until his claim shall go through./ the soldier's welfare. Then they go Cross proposes- to proceed. These in- "It is to tho people. then, that the

D. L. Silcox to O. S. White two j sermon. 8 p. m. I Then the Home Service WQrker is farther than the home to tho employer ,I elude a chain of public health centers R:>,d Cross turns for that moral land
miles east of Starke. :Mr. White is a I C. A. ROSS showing the way to ro-educatlon anda the church, social agencies and for the country-nt-large. a thorough financial suport without which these

son-in-law of G. W. Snellgrove and Priest in Charge job to a crippled ex-soldier in an- wherever they think they can obtain I system! of public health nursing and I carefully considered/ plans in their bo.II -
formerly lived here. lIe has been away i other part of tilt> county. He can neither help in the particular problem! that instruction in child welfare, all of II half cannot be translated into action. '
for several months, but will]\ now make i i Grapefruit are beginning to move rea I nor write, but he fought at confronts them. which will keep down tho risk of epidemics And every citizen who Joins. or renews
his' home here permanently. i j from the Palmetto section in quan- Chateau-Thierry and St. Mihiel. Being Respond! to the Third Red. Cross> ; an expanded Home Service I hiq membership in his country's officially
W II. Green ': titles and a few oranges are being / unable to farm on account of his Roll Call and help the Home Service growing out of our war experience; ,I recognized humanitarian a ln.
five of land to Henry Y. Brown, shipped. Sixteen cars left this sec injury he had thought there was nothing Section. The peace-time program of first-aid and accident\ prevention education (",'. I the .\mericnn Ued' Cross duringthe
the western acres and two cottages/ in tion Wednesday, two of them being / for him ui life except to lie about the Red Cross calls for dollars upon which Is a help both to Individuals -I I ten days' beginning on Red Crow,
and family have part of town. :Mr. Brown : oranges and the rest grapefruit. At and be a burden upon the community.In dollars and no true patriot will now and industries; preparedness Sunday Nov. 2nd, and ending witUArmistiie
of the already moved into i the present rate that'fruit Is moving addition the Home Service Department refuse to do his part in bringing! the for disaster relief, to meet the first Day Nov. 11th, gives that
one cottages/ and will hereafter 75: cnrs will leave the Sarasota branch in less than three weeks I
nation her soldiers conditions after .such
mak" their home in and former hackto emergency/ calamities support and registers! also as a pa-
Starke. I, this week v 1 ..)J since it started upon the work, and their level. a.* the! recent Gulf Coast ti lot and a humanitarian""

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.. .t..tOOO' otooo.OOOt. mlllullou from' his own ,curs uuil he nfruld "I'm too lute," she IIal<1. "Ton np..1 novrr tnllt! again like h"exclaimed Imp.'i--\olj'! "one ,i:. !

I Tnndo no effort., to follow/ her quick, I I lout IIIIMou, heeii here?" She thnt If you wunt to be friends with too If you please-'-nnd only fOI: I 1,.>

pli'iidiiiK words. The moment WIIM niOHteintiarriisHliiK De :Spain:, wiih one. bund on the me." bht. said Indignantly. "1 bate did Y"I do it?" !

Nan for 'two of the three / shoulder., it."

ifI volM-d Itul iiothlnit' Unit Nun ,' 10'j' .Mm himiiin' 'inlN) ?" "111E it If you will : Itso.. And CHAPTER XV.Strategy. :

.xn.v \\ ould win from her cousin. : see" I'm In i '. You How It begun when 'III blinded me that

Music ,, .. horse?" little hit of lead, and brass on the .
reirlee.IMII' \ oil get herein'.ill: with a
'to defend, jour life One week went' ,lo .
T.
\\ / ,\oii cnme hack from mtioiil : .> tin-" hiding, on both trull,* out- 1I1'II'/11 'Olh.lll. r"pllr8. >
"
I told I 'Hike I wus Kolnic to marry you .. II'I'hlllfur' .MHI' 'and the moon itrid mine. ,man of action uch \I\ week Is ""10"

Mountain "1'11 hale \1 If .'ol P"I''CI'l' methe limn 'ten ji'iirs KCI\CI" | >. lint ( J
lt 'h'lu"
: lie -.ml' all rlKht. perHlHted her CHIIHin : up '- SinMcimd' very niuluus.'

siuiiliornly." "\',," mild you'd innrrjme" !' | : !>: ," / mode' llglit of her f'ur. "1'11 wuy ( iiile' does. The" IIIIHIU Is to u u..lln 'Ihe Sleepy ""lt !'MI'"a. 1 ,1

almost I up. You must go. I :-111: bad, no escape from wp, .. '
Uoti't
them I'M' to Nun. '
t /got
"You told ... he persisted, thinking, nnd for tbiit week he
hl\1 I
1'
1 l''
Nun exjiloded. : "I never nover mild u t I
huulh. "how got: 'nwn\ ill I Tliej liudw about :Nan'> Morgan. And the
"I 1
lu this world., Her voice uluiok hnl' think of 'UI ,
M>
I \ 'ou'l Iked out of the ire." <. I.' 1".lwo I]| Unit 1\,1, him the first
"\ know tliut'i lie heard the ', note /
with I",1110:1111: tI 1111. ''" "
By u downright falsehood." !, ""h.... "reluctantly" to the, ",1. ',,1 roe uud1II '' cuuld get mil of bed"/ "ind' Into u Imrlll.j!, !

FRANK H. SPEARMAN "1',," said you didn't cure for any I : < >'ou II'II?" 1", he ""III'lls.d."ACI'r wus'to spur" his \uy hard
I 00 I went up to my room I wulted to her ; to iniike her, ugulnst J
Author of WHISPERING SMITH" body else. ," hu fiilrly bellowed. "Now I / begun to unbutton her Jacket.
till 'the house was quiet. Then of burly cousins, his own
; buck Hie she felt /I ;
I wunt lo know whether you'll murrjme !' : refers
I sturled, for Ciiliibiisas, When I cum,. to her his sudden ,
.. 0 "U' >Co"X0" 0 0 0 0 0" . If I fake you over to Sleepy Cul nround" her niilst, unfastened I'I rel"ol' fr"l an i I.

,l.Nprl."UI...i ee ....r1I.ou..IluON tomorrow?" !O/'lllall drew forth / Iciith back I got up tt my r",1 without beIng u gnl n. '

I,. ., ,- "No !I" Nun lluiiK out her answer '11 :She: laid It In De Spain's seen, and ,/! til tin1 wli |on long' I Itime With He Spain ,, 'think wan to d flit

nh said lu t wll..1 till nil 1'iu!' 1.1 slopped least to do something, but not Will, i 1. t
t' SYNOPSIS.CIIAPTKR reckless. of (lII 'I'1l'nre. "I'll nevel \ "This. Is )yours, 1 '
riding 111.1." I climbed, through/ out further, careful thinking. and i ,itj i
marry you. Let me /K'> home. ,: "
t-On IVintler day at Sleepy "You'll no: home when I Ret throngfe : It questioiilngl.v.. hlrr"I)', the, 1\ Ilr\1111 d"wl I tin* kll'hpi roofund without anticipating c\cr\" cbnncu oil
Cat. Henry dt. Ppalri.' gunman and trainmauler t..1 lei down to tin* ground. | fill I And Id.s
'> iiijself lire. manner was to K t j jm
. at Medicine. H..rid... Is beaten at with .you.: l'011'v, fooled me ..ongllir I ) I with nmiliteiiieiil. ."Not: I car I .Voiit.i..... .titkl.... .tn.ill... i-lllll. .___*. tmst_., _lltlil_ I. _I _Illflon ,..I .11.1"00 ..n.t, ..!...*...!,. ,CI'. .1
I target iihootJiitf by N.in: Morgan of MualoMountain. t'n"II>:II. :'. ( !" he .m. I I"|* III >r>l.l mHi II
L'Xlllm..t.
Jeffrie. division superintendent h..1 Hie over to Hieh brush
, nxka I IB 8pnm' 'lu take charge of the (, hlood froze at the look In Mlface. :: your own. porch IIUr .1"1",1 hackitmoreI, I i IIUII"I. Ih.11. 1I11te. all
Thief lUver suite line, but he refuses.CHAITKIl "Mow dare you 1" fine III"I'"d"tt't I I "I" --?" She made no answer. "rsu barns" CIIII.I u I \\ II If the hIl, .".. f..I; In,1 li. .
. nnd went don u lie irrnmil,, ; :. hunted himself while
bis
M't
now doing
II-tin .Spain sees. Nan dancing our of my way !" 1 .. did gel It, Nnn?" he wbin-. I run
t \1 around" II I I loi.nd' ,iliis III lie tine work ,
do
duy to
with dale Morgan, Is 1 later derisivelypftlnted ,1110 overy one 11
"You little Uxon'! He for : liiiTiislly. ,
'.prirnf .
,
out to Nun on the street hy Uala, she's the I" si in ride j tlcnlnr thing, --toco, tulk to
and i IJt moved,' to ( Iian..e. hla mind and ac. \\'IIrIIIIi,1, ciniuht' hi'r hy Hie wrist." Six I I .. "I left It." lJr.lllck, i I pic t tI
opt th<- HI..HUB Hue J"II. ,, "I could 1',0, ,- n rozorlmck-why take with t'II.Illlh the or gi
fouxlit like a Ihrl''ss.' He drii Keiltlicisinifclliik' I "1" Ih.11' ,1..nt. \'I.u' W.liln.
I nil thnt for" /" I I rather--< hild, even, to Ids thoilglits. ,
CHAPTIMl: III -He Spain' anil I....fever Into' his arms. Hut ubov :'> I j ( .' t."hll 1./
ride to i 'nlabnmiK) Inn and, there meetdale | C'lilnbiisax and "If .Mill don't .start, while you Imvo j I fragile she wus- this girl wno r.
her |
Iniif-Htllled < rlou he"1 to ,
Morgan with linaf Hnndusky and I chance, jou undo' ..everything I 11"1 given him back his life ngnlnut ''. .
Hiiannnn gunmen urid I retainers of the / Moruun' heiinl u xharp voice: | I "" ? I '
Morgan clitn Mortmn demands thn dlsohaige "Take '" I hut Siissnon I Is In the tried to do to avoid a tight. own iminiuding reliilives.
joii' hands off" that Klrl.: | : ,\ "" .\
I of diKer, ) and I'll Spain
a stage refueeii .
De Hpaln rni-i-ts. Nan but faJla to Wlilillnu/ with Nun' 1 In his ""VII Karmx < ..h,' " tilled uneiislly--as If not The wlll.1"1", softl\\ set the Ills friends saw' ihnt .um..lhll. \ .

overcome her aver .oa to him. the half-drunken. tuountalneeisaw I 1 i II ,. what to saj. or how to say It. n-pen leaves quhi i ing. The stars, i j i nUII'llnJ, him In nn III"UIII. evca ..

CHAl'TKR IV-Hnc-onn knlfon Klpuao. lie' Spuln ten" feet Hwny his rlghlliund , said ''I -lmultl never leiive chilled, In the thin, t..lIr night air, !,, ,'xlrlllr.lllry. '. jot none co.t
the Htage driver, and to MorKan'H I hung illaiiiondllke In tie heavens und .
i-sciipeii
certain
allMtlie, are ,ready with rive at a conclusion us to..1 I i
reKiintf I Ihu of bin '
gap. tliH eirongnold. or the MorganH! DeHpaln. on Krlp revolver. i \ '
\*"fever and Htott gn I In after him Stunned, hut sobered. I by mortal I i : ')'" ,' ,'. 1 didn't know whnt tin.- "I"t'I'1 sk>' MI"i >ss. 'ihe distant de.seit It WI". The one "'.11I in the coua "

{ nail l>e Hpaln brlnga out oaunon. alone. I w but- paled for the rising moon. The I could, the trillion
\Ia
ilaiiKer Moinun's" Kniwp r.llIx..lNun. 011.111'1 1"11'-11"1' I hutl'III".t
i" ClIAITKR: V-He meets Nan. who 01.t' .. jerking awn>'. looked at II.. Spnleond I I I, for me 111(11-1.. think of two ..llIlIthl/ ut the borSl'8 head. Usti | between the two-the. burn b.iI
lay him until nearly' overtaken by the I 'tied moment together In the darkU'SH. I .
l shot ,down like u dog, when / I McAlpln-If he .11l'rlllln..d "
Morgans, but lands his!. captive In Jail.CHAPTFR Instantly slipped' In front of hel i SU"lool
cousin, on whom Hu Spain seemed only trjlng. to get IIWIY." Do 811I1n. leaning forward, mild I,I WHS fur too puwky to share them. ,
VI-Summon orenke Jail De. /: I ,. hail take something. ( low. laughing voice.
about >ou u
to draw
t' Hpaln benrds "," Morgans In a ealoon I luldl't hlt. unyoof.
and Is liot at through the window. He "Whut tire you ,doing here?" demand 1 I .. that for lorty belts !" Nun made no answer. Then, bentlol! I When two weeks hail' passed with.

meets Nun' again Morpin with an enniKed oath. I I \ showed" It to'me the last 11 took her hand 111,1, before i De Spain's hll\lnl seen Nan or hnvi, f

"CHAfTKR: AIIHo.. prevents her goln ". left some business, with you Iht''j I,, I wus ut the stage burn, bunging rlelHII It, caught it up to hla lips. |I heard of being seen, UK* cwn .'
., Into a Kami.ling hull tn find her Uncle e e.
Inike and" Inxlde fin en HilnduHky anil Logan other day nt Culalmsas, half finished.* you left I, He strapped' the I slon urged Itself (I him that she ,1 ,

who prudently dfcllnt* to right at said lie Spain. "I'm here thU afternoon .... around, him. For a long time after he had) gone either HI or In trouble" perhup-

the time. to clean It up. Get awuy froictbiit should nevei" have taken thnt she stood, l.tenlnfor n shot-won- I trouble! for helping him ; a mom" ,t

-,, make CHAPTKn peace. wllh VIII1paln.Nan. !arranges, anxious' a littleplan to ulrir; I I| / It. Hul since you huve" I d'I'lnll. Irl'alhh'"" nt, 10m.ntl later he was In111 1IlI to got .: "j ;<,
er he (' Ret past t the waiting
with McAlpln.I the! burn man. todrive : His' 'manner friuhtened. I even Nan ,1 whet'l tie gup to find out.
her out to Morgan'' '* gap. anil while : Uu Spuln, true to all uhe
waiting for her goi-s down to Ihe Inn toy The quick step to the vide and blL..k- ;1[ I : hlLI | Nothing In the wuy of n V"O*'"t.:
) f bis Indinnlike
I AI..u
j .t a cup of coffee.. poising himself like a t'IH'.r-hl... revolver h.'lrl > could he more t."lhlll'dy-lhl... he ,.i iniltted
pft, her side uuufriildIvlng.
,; CHAPTER IX- Tn I f''hi,* deserted barroom restrain.! u moment In lt_ ,|I Ulllbll"II.IIII' to himself-nothing' be <>",

J Se Is tmpped.. lie kills Hnndusky and Hheuth by nn etiiter rl. ht urin. an. 11at laughing, 11)'lnbold Court to Bolod! himself by r'II'clng. but flomrthing I
gan, wounds Gala and Suasoon and eeoapee ', hl'r even when she stubbornly refused
7. badly wounded.CKAVTEH . any Insiant It mlnht leap Into deudly I i stronger danger could j". '
be courted and hud mnde himself
r piny. De Spain's angry face and ; to tlfy It. Of nil the motley Morgun f..i,.
X-Bewlldered and weak hewandere !i In the twinkling of nn eye u ofhe
part
burning eyes photographed, themselvei I lowing within the luotmtnln -
tast
I Into Morgan's gap anil In die- silence silence of the
I covered. on Music mountain by Nan.CH4PTKR on her memory from that moment ; b'old-the he could count on but one man to b p
I night, the wind, the stars the waste
\ I \ further Jut whatever he meant ulie hud her him In the slght."t degree this ,is
XI-Nan. to
prevent I| ; of sand und of all the that
\,' fiffhtlng. do,,n not toll, but finds out from part to do. She hacked with arrai r"lery I the derl'lct. Bull I'uge, There was nn
I> had reully been Brooded It. She would! have welcomed.
that Spain
McAlpln e upon
trapped and hail left hie. cartridge. belt spread low nt her Hides, dlrectlj!' choice to IIM> him and he ".'
In her keen
r' behind when he went Into the fight at the agHlnst her cousin. "You shan't fight; suspense, u sound easily l'nl"ted. for the Culabusaa aff."< r

r j 1 .. Inn, she cried! at He Spain. I|,| of Bonn* kind some reminder that he I hud mude u figure of De Spain

CHAPTER XII-While De RpaJn le un. "SMmd nwuy from that man I" retorted 1 / yet lived und! could yet laugh : none In the barrooml. De Spuln accordingly
: : : able to travel. Nun brings food to him. I ca .
He tells her that he became a gunman to De Spain. I i I: e I luy In wait for the old man am!

i' Und and deal with his father's unknown "You shan't kill my cOII"ln.Vhat Intercepted him one day on the r.."
' mv/derer He I'1vo" Nan his last cart' :'> Day wus I breaking when the night ,
do you mean ? Whut are you dolna : I i _. ._ I to Sleepy' Cut walking, the twentj!
; here? Leave us. !" r>uss, situiuiiiK in me uoorwuy HI meCalabiisus miles patiently for his wblsky.
} CHAPTER XIIT-Oiile almost etumhleeover I burns, saw u horseman riding
. lie Hpnln'H hldlnic ph.,... Nan draw "Get away. Nan, I tell you. I'll : I "Yon must be the only! mOD la the
/ f him and tn Oalo'n rough wooing > : : ii at u leisurely puce up Hie ThiefItiver
i away mop finish him. cried.. Morgan. puncturing 1I gap, Hull, thnt "II't borrow or4tc.il I
I Ijf . De Hpaln bluffH lilm out with an empty .: ; road. The burnman scrutinized'
' ,- gun. Nan plarm I ii Minim's encape. everyord! with an oath. I a horse to ride," remarked De Spain.
j ( ,
f the upproachlng" stranger closely.
She whirled and caught/ her couslo stopping him near the river bridge.I ) .

\i 'II' He wus persistent. She ullowcd In her iirniH. "Me will shoot U8 both i hoofs."I'm Th,'. wus something strange uud. I I Page pushed back the broken brim
something fnmlllar In the outlines ofII.
'
It bJm to drop the loaded shell Into her If (Ire. Take ;
you me away dale- I I of his. hat und looked, Vou
\ I'
lie figure. Itut the
: I night rider
C Ul.
\\11'1
hand. "Now lie continued replacing You couard. she ,exclaimed whirling : I fji nad ,dismounted. In, front" of the barn wouldn't. believe It." he Imp I'i

bis gun "If I encounter uny of your again with trembling tones on Do i I cheerful confidence, "hut
' v .. Ing n icnrs -
f d"r. turned his horse loose, und), limpIng I
people, iu nil attempt lu break through' : Spain "would! you kill a woman?" i I hud horses, to lend to c-i"*
,
: stlillv walked forward
, 1 lint*, anil, somebody gets''' killed, you He. Spiiln saw 'the danger/ was past : on foot the I ; 1g' here and Tl.lef river" llnodded >
.. rubbed,) bis. hard before 1"1 't"1
; will know, when you hour the Mury, It needed. .. hardly an Instant to show | I 1111I1 oj'cs hiI".J. toward Cat with i iwrecked
could them. Then he
i.( that Ills time, at least I dl ; :'> Ilr.lllou., greeting and led Henry I 111.1
a light. He talked. wruthfully, but he broken
\ "I Hate Him." ,de :Spain> Into thiv barn ollice."There's the hll.lrll f1 wiii"
I : 1 lli> put her objection* nwido, i-njoy! made'' no motion to draw "I see I'egot i the uords, : 'Th."ut 'cm all.
friends of .
Ii. lag bi'liiK HO ni'iir l..r.111I11. huppy Unit to ilinse jou Into a tight" suld De ,, I .Irl\ll Ins revolver from bid )'olr." In yourroom "Your fault. Bull."

. f the miidf no r... r"lIt. "My I'eputuUon :Spain:, contemptuously, and, Mlurtlll"III"I'ly />( He broke. now, und, held Ip'lnlr' right now, he d'dll'lt. 'I j
I De "Say Up went the broken, brim.
: I shock. sitting/ ]
he limlHteil, "hua Buttered it liltlo to circle the hesitating cousin.Nun. it for Nan." hullulllh
"I.oud le. the hiirnman and the whlsklcd face with
, MtirKun'M; Kiip. 1 nieiiii Unit nt leastone In her .excitement run directly t do mean' ? d.wl. r.rhll' to disturb I/ht. I

I who niuki'.s hi-r. home under Music I toward, the enemy, us If to cut off hl. four you more. cartridges' ;: In it your Ih.I., on'y ""kl.h" they ".r' | ..Ilkllll "ll,'. ">oii turned mime trick'
he bad asked half <'iilabnsas 'r"w- .
h.-I. a dozen on ( some tight
t' nioiinlnlii hhall know illlTerently of me.tVhut'M moxenient."Don't .,." for jour cartridge, the \ 1
I Unit?" He lii-nrd Houml."LlHtf :> more leisurely .IU..tI"I" und avoided, Uull dl kl"ll
dare "
u >oii put me In danger/ "IIII'I' '. VA hen jou ilo that jou
twice us ninny, the barnmannt | "Hull, I Is Duke lurlfJ a
I Ii n"IIII.
; II I"The she crleil facing; De, Spain threaten none of 'them ever will be II"w'rlllJ

two. lookliiK. lit eudi .oilier. ingly. "Don't. you dare fight my''i, .. jour own except lo pro De Spain's .request' h..II,'< him up-I I leln7" .
: ; .tllr! 1..11. hll .lt wih excitement i I lull looked surprised ut the turn n"
trnlneil Ihelr enrx to hear inure cousin here. IIC, And If Inue any
(1 the nlcht boss, turned, grinning, U" Simla's question, but uuswen-d la
, throtiKh/ the mli of the falling water.J "Stand, away from me," hammeredDe < | ,,1"1 whose life ought to coino '|

omeone Is eonilnit," tinlil TV :Spain: Spain, ejlng Morgan steadily.. : minemime hi III. or us hu laid ole hand on the doorknoband Inn,' faith "{lk.. vote* 'most .<'

;, 't lNan as I tell you-loud' the t.I.guu. the other on De Spain's "IUUMf'r.1 ticket that's" again the railroad."

.1 fust she I, : I "You couldn't ba\e come "I low about picking ;
'T> o\er the ledtfe. llnrdly p'lilsinirin HO could I hardly, frame the hold of her and la \ 'o"0.

I< she ,Khineed, ,down, .he stfppeujukkly word.s. "You shan't kill hlru. If you her refusal, made hun.11, her do his : pered loudly) "ut 1 better time.," : good, burnmen over In the gap, IS'lll'

;J. luu-k. "I'll 1 KO I'ltJlit! on tip[ thfmonntiiln I are a mini .don't shoor n nntmoVd! iirtn- | :1 her hand to ,draw the The entrywiiy was dark, nnd "11I : "Whnt kind of a Job y' /lt"?"
J. \ !III.:1 the ,, within the room one n.ight "See. McAlpln" the next ,... "
,1..nl'l
: r : tn the nrnlcn! fields xhe suUlhiiMllly. I and a uomaii. You sh.in t shootCiile1 (...., onufter another, from his
buve
thought Its If tlierwwere over at Oihihiisiis. How about
< protect yourself" Whirling. to ,) for her 1 to, flip them occupants.
\\llf. such, wrapped, in slumber. Hut Klrl thill' lives \\lth I Duke?"
I .j f' )lie 1I,, at Intervals a faint clicking sound, face lighted., "Nun iHhu's '
"i '; you are qneHtloneil. you don't know directly against De Spain., P.oth I. < lose the breech, and hand JIII' :
could be hoard.. The night man threw n little hummer !I"
I'm hero. You must way HO Tor your hands were spri.tni open mid partly buck.'
.- open, the door.. Hy the. light of two I "I bi'ur she's) gone down 'ittirltrr. ,
own Hake, not for 11111.. ." behind her the palms' up,.. as If to :Nan'> ," he said. "> know .
"
(1 0 vtuge-lumps. one set th. dresser teaching school.
on
\ She vius cone before he hud, llnlfched. j cheek him. In the In-tiint I that she have ,doubts! --they will all *
IY and the other window four.men < mni' by, Duke's le s'n three hago.
on
u ledge, .
and I De, : '
I II. Spiiln drew ipilckly hack lo ,,11t'rt'I I :Spain" were In contact he realleil will bear many Htork-s about
sut nluiiit n rickety table In lifeuntvdeiith 1'h'r In the kitchen inubrend. <
,
he could secrete hllll"L'''. In anothermoment |1'lIlh..r I (him saw for his eyesnever you will say : *I put the cur I "
.. '> .
I at lIrI. :
he heard, heuvy footxtcpHwhere released Morgnn's e> es- whatnhe / in his revllv..r with my own "lrl"ll. i",1..1
broke Ih.t..n"e silence, not "They're for school tenon'
I evwi looking u
he had Mood ullh his visitor. wiis, frantlciilly slipping to him- and I know he won't abuse the ,111
'. the door thrown broadly. ,down' there, Muih i itli I.
Hut the footsteps crossed the I...I.e., the loaded, ,' cartridge. It" II done In a : of "" guve him myself.: \\'Ul 01.,1.No InywllY. 11..kn..

i and their Hound ,illed, away up the I flush mid, >he was running from, him .f".1 any real doubts I' one neither I.efever. Hcolt." gnp lately, H117"

Nan !: ._ ._ .. Frank Klpuso; nor McAlpln-looked uiwhen .> "On'y ..I..kn..", I knowed lately "
path hud! taken. Then fimtch.esof : neiwecn us -
I"J"8III" De Spuln' walked Into the room what you're responsible for y'self," r"
I
two volcm .heKitii to reach him. He I :'>iln: for her to
I 1.11111 lind, with the night, limn tiptoeing beIilad. -
could distinguish. Nan'n. voice and lit but she remained silent. ,
I udvnuced composedly. toward the
Intervals the, heavier tones of u man.The I hnve given me my life, my de group. K\en: his would
tb"1 presence
two were dc.xcendlnir.' In u few I he continued I. passing from u have
pussed but
that HobScott's
", inomeiitM I they ro'lwlll',1 the led",.. and that he perceived wus better IInl"lh"I.
ear mechanically recorded. the
lie Spiiln. near nt hiind. could hear I ,",' ,' "Who Is nearest and
limping, step und, trunsmlttisl to bis
r every word."Hold I II to jou nt home?" trained,
: Intelligence/ merely notice of
.
I on a iniiiule, ,said the muurouchly. Uncle Duke." unusual.

Ills voice licuvv uud LU 8""lthll/
wan
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. utterance harsh. 1 ; I never will raise a bunt! I S"ft. pl'klna up bin cards, one ut u
jour Uncle Duke. And this time
ns Irfevcr deult. raised his '
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) 'M.
"I
; inilMt KII holm. ohjetted' Nun."Hold .
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-this cousii.-Oule? :Nun.'> Hlnrlhl/ the sight of the man
'- on, I tell """. returned bffrumpiinlon.
;: ; (hut 1117" I given up for dead must have been no
lie
Spiiln could not nee,
him.
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muscle of
hut he hi'Kun already to feel the sicue."I n.t S.U'1 body m.v,1
k !
C"d So do It"\ Hla expression of surprise.. slowly ills-
wunt to talk to jou.Vo lit I I.. "
. / u cousin. I solveil, Into a grin that mutely Invited

Nnn.l\. run talk colni; down, parried I suppose he must be one of tht- others, as he had found out for

: I' ),ln"'lf. find out for themseUes.Lefever .
l e Spain heard her hurried foot .. he "
tries to kill
you. finished his
den I. threw
falls. down.thi .
"No you don't, retorted! her I
won't be very long In i > und
picked Id.s
trylnJ l'I'k. bund. Ills
companion, evidently cutting off her II
retreat."tiiile. ,) now. what about yourself. ? >\ HUftpVlous eyes) ,\'.. rose above the

.. you got to defend level of thefuces
yourself
ut the table
: !MorKan! !I" There wua H blnxe ; hit
\ | him. uud ugulnst !' when he hud
oilier ,
In :'>illn'.. nhiirp exclamation. "What every thumbed Ids cards nnd
man? looked from onto the

"I mean you und I lire colng to havtlil < 1 loll her own pistol without a remaining, plnyers to reucl') the. ""lIlh..rIJK'II.
.
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out rlKht here, before we leave De Spain's ln.1 Ha f.1 It, ., hf> Iprl'1 v",1 on S"II'" fucoun

this ledtfe." 110'.1.. and gave It back. "''nnl'0 "expression, and looked to

; ) a good d.t"nI'r-wl..n It' In where the scniit'H .
"How dare you stop me I" Kl7' uns turned for

"1'11 vhow you what I dart*, young When It'l at home It'l u poor an ,'iilanntlon[ uf It. l.t..v"r'l> own

I .y.'H, tit tlm. sight of.
thinned fiimllliir
Iwly. lou'll talk Hands over with merlpht lle -

here, and us. loiitf u* I like," he re I never be ut honnj' again ex furl behind.. Kliusi: | n''a chair.tliiK .
Whirling to Face Her Cousin, She Took ,' I ,
am. opened! like full
t"rh.laouvll.Y., "K> ery time 1 ask. :you IIII"U". The
to marry me you've got xoine new the Chance to Back Directly Agamst I ) I| I tell YOI a secret?" | bl" f.-llnw spread unit hand out, hl'4"fr'h Ten Ye.. Ago I Hid Hort.to Lend

etcune." De Spam.iigiini I :: Is It 7" asked' :Nan'> unHUHpcct- hidden. within' it, nnd with the, Every Man 'Tween Here and Thie

other hnnd River.tortiI j
t "It's Bhumeful for you to act In this Her, nnrm finger* had sweptMcrnss prudently drew dn"l his
t ar engaged to be Ml". of chips, "(; miM
married. ciulenum. hu
wuy. dale. She spoke low and rul>- |hi.|H own. She hud returmd" toliui Hull with left
a ,grin. "I'lty y'
from lightly, "thl' "
lilly to her enrak'i'd aultor. 1'e Spnlu \ "luntaiil.\' |1"I1'r. li.im i. ,lorlite hi in Ik. n "deer "lc, gnmis Interned., 11"roue .m> .-hips!. at ail from that Culabmnjm -
secret he und
alone knew It was to keep her hu- Hut in dolii'; it she) had dial ,, Maid jruvlh' ; '" put a silent h.ui ucrosx tbw ', "it r :1

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HONOR ROLL OF FLITCH SCHOOL Secretary, Miss May McKinney, FARMER BOY SCOUTS GO OVER THE TOP virus for which the state pays for tho same. It will be useless to order I
Lako BROWN
Butler. The r
committee
program
half must be made regular
--. Honor roll of Futch school for the will be appointed later. upon one-I serum and virus in any other way
I Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 27.-lf all of application which may be had
1919. \ the people than that specified above, as under the .
" month of September, The next place of meeting will be of the South the any Federal or state veterinarian or S'
! Primary Classes-Mabel Kutch, Geneva Hampton, and the date November' Good morning, Mr. Brown How I and good citizenship display;; of the patriotism Boy- other rrrnon authorized to administer : law l the board cannot fill orders xtept :- Jfl
Wilkinson, Henry Browning. are you and all the folk at homo? / m the prescribed way.
22nd.
Scouts of Clarendon county S. C. the same and must bo approved by I .
,
Grade-Lonnie Starling, EfflaStarlinp. Well, we are all feeling It has been have w
First a pretty ; thoucces- of the Tihrd Rod Cross such authorized person, and in all cases arranged to a supply
Ada Wilkerson. good, but the skeeters arc kinder giving of and virus 6n hand
EVERGREEN: 'Roll Call November 2.11, already is must bo accompanied by posUifllce I strum by the Is
SI"od Grade-Willis Starling, Everett us fits. assured, and if the rest of the Boy or express money order or cashier'scheck i I first of November and all orders can
Futch, Cecil Williams, Della Hal! ha! Brown; that's easy< to rem I Scouts in South Carolina and her sister in an amount sufficient to pay I be filled after that time.
Starling. Evergreen Oct. 31.-Joe Purty, of NI)'. Just take one of these 65c .states do IIR well m the Clarendon
'I' Third Grado-Gladys Futch, Lee Waycross, Ga, pent the week with sprays and a run of Fcnole and spray ."' f 1'J. .1.,,_ B ""M" :
-con s t oy "con t s nro gang'
Browning, Nettie. Starling Guy Futch I Sghellie Rosier your bed room and you will not bo i a
uI to tap the list of subscribers one hundred
J Ethel Starling, Lacy FutckFourth Brittian Rosier, who is attending bothered with another mosquito. It I I per cent troiiR. 'r;
, 'I Grade-Bessie Futch, Min school at Heilbronn spent the week- also kills bedbugs and roachea Clarendon Scouts didn'tuit for I :
I nie Futch! Daisy Futch, Nancy Star end with his grandparents.
Well, holy smokes, give me some of the Third Roll Call to begin. They 'I '
II I< ling. Miss Ailene teacher of that stuff. We and beat I I I.
Reynolds, got bedbugs the Roll Call to it. Southern di- "\
I Fifth Grade-Brooksey Futch. Flitch school, spent the week-end roaches as big as gophers and flies vision headquarters today received '
ldI.. 'I.j Mi" Aleene Reynolds. Principal. with her sister Miss Flossye Rey swarm like bees. from Rev W. W. Walton, scout master .. .
H
nolds. Well I of Troop Number One at umml'r. '\ ,
I r. ItKADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS just spray with Fenole all ,J", .
"f. ASSOCIATION E. W. Wilkinson, principal of the around and you need not be afraid it ton, S C., 11 chock for $40, subscribed i "
., I I. MMM Eleilbronn school, spent! the week-end will soil anything or do any harm to by the Scouts in the troop to the Third

Last Saturday the teachers of Bradford with his parents. family or furnishings. We also have Roll Call. e .
Fenole Cedar Polish. A few "About the boat we can," wrote r.'
J county met in Starke and held drops on t
County Suptermtendent E. R. Pop-
J'I Scout Master Walton. And southern
a soft cloth dampened with water and I
' their first meeting of the school year pell was a visitor to our school Thurs l
.r in the auditorium. backed up by a little elbow grease division headquarters' answered: vi
"Your best is fine. If the rest of .
officers elected I day.Rev. makes painted, varnished or !stained
r Temporary were as
., J. L. Strickland filled his regular woodwork floors and furniture look the country does just half as much
follows: Prof. C. E. Pope, president; 1
I appointment at the Evergreen like the Roll Call is Romp over"FARMERS !
new. It is also used on automobiles : :
Mrs. E. K. The
a Perryman,
secretary. _
church ._ ,
I Baptist Saturday and Sunday.A S I
and carriages.I ,.
t n' meeting was opened with the hymn, '
"Come Thou Almighty: King," after series of meetings were held at will take a can of each. : :MAY BUY ANTMIOfl "" ,1- .' \
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"I I which Rev. B. D. Law conducted de- the Evergreen: Baptist (ichurch last All right, it is 75 cents a quart and CHOLERA SERUM FROM: THE ,tl l,. "
notional exercises, and the audience week conducted by Rev. Louis Don we have it in half gallons and gallon STATE S.\ ITARBO.ItD '
sang "America." nelly, of Starke.

Supt. E. R. Poppell talked to the Mrs. Iva Sprinkle, of Lake Butlerwas cans.We are getting in new goods every Tallahassee, Oct. 28.-The State I I '
Live Stock Board has closeda 5
teachers on the subject of report a visitor to our school Wednes day. Mr. Jones is in Jacksonville today Sanitary .. ..... .
contract for the purchase of anti- "
making!:, and was followed by J. H. day. buying new stock. !
hog cholera serum and virus under the rib
Selden. of Lawtey, who spoke! on the Have
you seen our new plow lines?
of law the
of Schools." "Morals: CANE LOOKING UP Some provisions!' the parsed by SAM is trying tobtterect *
"Organization thing and
new are !sellinglike UNCLE *
la legislature, at 90 cents' 1001cu61c :
and Manners in the Public Schools"! hoteakeg at a count"* fair! \\7rt have . per every woman And girl in home
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was discussed by R. A. Green, principal Last week S. R. Johns, merchantand a full line of 'i-Arms and:J Ammuni; I will be centimeters sold! to !the, at hog which raisers price and it i j 1111111 economies of every kind, that Amer-ffl mull "" .', 1",
of the Raiford school. farmer contracted with the tion. And I I I
I agentof there are bears near here I
farmers of this state This" is a saving 1111111 ica send as much food and Ililfil ,
i I Prof. W. B. Hathaway, Dean of a Jacksonville sugar: mill concern now. We sold a party heavy ammu- may
of 15 cents 100 cubic '
English in the University of Florida, I Ito !sell his cane to them at $10 per nition yesterday and he is now chasing ers over the lowest per price (('I1timet-1 1111111 clothing as possible to the hungry '.i
delivered an excellent address concerning I ton, f. o. b. Starke. Mr. Johns cal- that bl'ar-.if the bear isn't chasing and clothed of the Old '""
first bids received!, which were rejected iawi poorly people LJitJ
"Problems of Teaching Eng- I culates that at that rate his cane field him. )
wil him ) an unsatisfactory This price | World. That's why we are offering .
lish. Prof. Hathaway advised all yield $3,000, and after the We are having big Wire pteuch .
a run on will mean a saving of 40 per cent of ,
teacher to read "What is English?" cane is put on the cars his troubles Fence now, selling a 20-rod roll for the price that has heretofore been I i premiums for women's work. \\1 .

a helpful book written by Ward, with it are over. $12.50 for the 12-inch stay and, $13.50for charged by most of the reliable manu. "j
which can be bought from Scott, For- To sell the cane raw promises to bea the 6 inch combination. facturers. :f)

g esman & Co., Publishers, Chicago.: remunerative industry. It is confidently Don't forget to send all the farmers The law provides! that any hog owner | FLORIDA STATE FAIR : .'
Price one dollar. believed that before next cane t.o DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store. can secure an amount up to 1,500
. Officers elected for the coming year: season a syrup factory will be established We have a full line of everything!: theyneed. cubic centimeters, which is sufficient ]! Jacksonville Florida if '
It President, C. E. Pope, Starke. in Starke, where be .
I I cane can Pumps and fixtures; No. 2 to inoculate thirty well hogs of one ,
I,! Vice President, II. B. Wiggins, sold for cash, or made into syrup on Pitcher Pumps at $2.75, and No. 3at hundred pound weight at one-half cost NOVEMBER 22-29 t.}

Hampton. I shares. $3.00. the other half being paid for by the I __ _ __ __----< 1..,
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All for serum and -.,
Have you seen our Sausage :Mill state. applications 'f
,! with the Stuffer Attachment? This ;
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C t is something great. .
Well, I must take one along That 1- '"
::1 will be all this time. / ) "
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We sure appreciate jour businessand (
National always glad to see Comeagain. ,, ',. \
Legislationof you. {
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FATAL ACCIDENT

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Horace Perry, son the late Sam .
,.1 I Perry and born in Starke, suffered an .
Meat Packing Industry injury last Thursday that caused;; his ,1
.1tl! death. Mr. Perry was working for '
the ))owlin -Shands company at a
1 "skidder," near Waller. A skidder is \' '

tl an arrangement of steel cables fordralt'l1inlot .
1. Will not increase the amount of 'J
logs of
: out swamps by
meat you can buy fora means of a stationary engine. Whilea ( !

dollar. log was being dragged out it became JN4M" .

fouled among some stumps, and .I \
J 1 2. Will not raise more animals\ Perry went to release it. But the log Wst/kif. ( t. '.. ,

i was suddenly jerked loose by the en. ." if / ImoM '
3. Will not produce more meat. fill '
gine and was !swung around, strikingthe {I. ,
I unfortunate the chest. He
in live- man in
4. Will not stop fluctuations
lived for fifteen hours after the accident
stock receipts or prices. and medical aid did everything

possible for him, but In vain. Funeral /
5. Will not increase the output of f
t/l
Director D. C. Jones, of Stark,
1f.1 the packing houses. took charge of the remains, which ,

were interred at Long Branch ceme \
f.! 6. Will not prevent strikes. r
tery.The ,
7. Will not reduce transportation deceased leaves a widow and .
\ several brothers and sisters to mourn

I charges. I his untimely death. He was 3ft years "Let's do the darn job together"Ches. ,tt,
r r'f 8. Will not reduce the retailer's cost old

of doing business. I 'I'
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A copy of Ponce De Leon's grant!: to Field :
9. Will not increase the demand for Florida by the King of Spain was ti

the cheaper cuts of meat. she wn to the immigration officials at WHY i is it that more and more smoker :I;
New York by four Colombian women
10. Will not lessen the consumer's demand but the evidence of possible ownershipof ( now) arc getting together with 1

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for expensive de- Florida, acquired by inheritance, Chesterfields ,
I was not sufficient qualification for ar). .. J 'f
livery and credit service. | mission. I I I'I First of all, fine tobaccos. Our own huyora ; I

11. Can not at the same time raise 'I in the Orient send us the pick of the finest .{J"J

prices paid farmers for i Turkish varieties (Xanthi, Givalla, Smyrna ,;\

live stock, and lower MICKIE SAYS and Samsoun). We blend these hy a secret 1

prices paid by consumers method with specially choice Domestic leaf. a\fl'

.
for meat. "f.4..N""O. . \ E; GANG'' OF51105CQ1DSONS This method brings out n.,vv qualities of I" 1

But the slowing up of efficiency due lwnS! WEEK\ AN'' C.ONltE A. RAc-c Of' flavor-a smoothness, a richness, a mellow ( ;.

to cumbersome governmental routine 0000 NAMES"' CONUN' Ol'F' ness that go right to the (.p<.It. That's the t..
'rill" M"\"' II.1i1 IF "OM OF -.a reason Chesterfields satisfy. wAnd .
will have the effect of increasing the DONS MINK '{' SNOOt u9!> A. ,_

manufacturing charges between the PEW \0.0N DOLlAQS, (OOCGWQR remember-"Satisfy" iq Chesterfield's "

cost of live stock and the cost of meats, [': o.N'. CrOSN.. GU0.E secret, based on our own private formuJtv P

thus forcing lower live-stock prices or NAcr'SHwoW" OUR NADPa. FAMILV'LINVONE OuSA. which cannot be copied. Vl ,:

higher meat prices. I I '
Every package has a moisture-proof wrap-
The packing industry as now con- I ping-another reason for OlcetcrfioJld's! ua- 'Ilt

ducted, is characterized by keen .
compe- changing quality of flavor. ,
tition, highest efficiency, and unusually : yf

low profits.FI.ORIDA. 4 ..7e .t'
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STATE FAIR :


JACKSONVILLE (

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Swift & Company, u.s.A. nIafiC" l I
hucSL'; 9AY t41f t.r'jC i

/ ; CJ ta.SnNoRCtt, 'M'THISMENIJS !
p
'101.1'"W '
t t fr
( ia1S SMeVl1vmAr "WNSt Ml:i't
sECOales or t 4r'S veil!
THE AVERAi[ DettAR .

swll7 RECEIVED a coi 9YQ palnrao.a y; ?oliesterfieiqL
o No Worms in 20 for ;
tat sou a Fur a Healthy Child/ 20c f
.ee ar r.aatrsToAkt All children troubled with .bare 7'
worm an uabe.tthT '
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a a.n s r.+ w. rw[
and the blend
G tNt ..ANatLN color, which indicate poor Mood. and as. -- .. e tt e
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/ C"te rte urea tber.la mnrv or Jena stomach disturbance'
s GROVE TASTlxrsS: chill TONIC tl.. r-auUrlr
O Ii4 ioi'rwia to
0 for two three can't be copiedI
or week will enrich tl> blond. Improve ,
swifimilrAIr I b.dlaestba..ad act as.G ner.l Str.-n.itli 1
p t) .e r.artr enlo,Tonic to trie whole."....10. Natnr will thruthrowoB'ordlprlth .'
: "worm... the. Chad wI!: .bla ... "
I perfect health. PfeaMnt to tafc. toe per bottler ar.w


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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1919 :

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BEARS AND 'GATOKS home from Jacksonville, after spending Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. I glad to report him much improved at place and asks his grandfather to do r :

a few days with relatives and 1S.. this time. all he to pardon for him.
1 / Warren of Brooklyn, was a can procure a Work
You Do More It
:New River Swamp Full of Animal friends. .1 business visitor here Monday. I :Mrs. J. Griffin spent :Monday in The- He Mays he is repentant and is sure I

w I Life Miss Polly Ann U..ddinA'011.. called W. II. Androu and son, of New River ri-Hsa with her sister !Mrs. Neal he would be "straight" if he was ,set enjoyment You are more out ambitious of everything and/you whe'got' more your

home Saturday on, account of the serious attended services here Sunday Youngblood, who is very sick. at liberty, lie asks his grandparents blood is In good .condition. Impun t''* in'

A party consisting, of Mca"rt). C. L. illness of her brother W. M. I Red morning.On ;Miss Bertha Sloan spent Monday to pray for him. We do not believe the blood have a very depressing ef u on

+ and l J. I,. Peek and II. E. LttKvnrren ding.Mrs. last Sunday afternoon Mr. A. B.Surroncy ; in Starke.J. Austin is an irretrievably bad boy the system causing weakness. IBM ...-",

1 spent Monday in running survey lilIes A' M. Blanchard visited relatives of this place, and I Mrs, Alice C. Raulerson I made a business and his escapades were probably the nervousness and sickness. S

t' A in the lower Now River swamp-in in Jacksonville last week.L. Iii. Williams, of Worthington, were I trip to Valdosta last week. result of bad company lie has found, i, OROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC!

unction 20-o-i: (> to bo more exact. In L. Sapp, was a business visitorto I quietly married by Rev. M. A. Wood- :Messrs. A. K. Smith and T. Old- out what "Dead Sea fruit", amount; ,, restores Energy and Vitality by Purifynr!

this neighborhood\ Long Urnm-h runs Jacksonville the first' part of the I u rd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. 1\1.1 ham made. a business trip to the county to und, if set at liberty would probablywalk and Enriching! the Blood When you Ie,,,-,.!
its invigorating effect, x
into New River the formed I strengthening!
yv. and swamp is week. 1/Iu''foot.I Several" friends. were present -;I seat last week. the straight und narrow path how it brings! color to the cheeks and< I lit I': '..

' re r by the two water courses over Rev..1..I./ Tivadwell, district superintendent to witness the ceremony. Both I j I George W. Lane, of Wunnee spent which leadeth. to honor and content improves the appetite, you will thru
wide. At little
two miles a place a I tilled I his appointment at are, well known and. have a host of :Monday night here onroute to /Birmingham ment. appreciate its true tonic value.
't l south of the channel of the river I I __ _
; main '
friends, who wish Ala. ? n
(;1"111'1.: i K.: church Sunday. morning them much happiness u GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOIMC,
mile ofJ..1. I
and about one northerly and evening. Tho third quarterly, con- and success in life. (1 I I ;Mrs Reddic-k, of Fitzgerald, Ga., V'.1NOERIIIhfVanderbilt : Is not a patent medicine, it Is simply

Colston's. residence, the party dl.. I feienctwas" held immediately after I ;Mr.\ and :Mr:<. H. Lynn, of High I spent Friday here enroute to Bell IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup I ISo

y ie r covered u bear's. den. It was I locatedon the morning services. Pr., Tread well Springs, arrived Saturday and are i j I 1 I Mrs. Sutton, of Bell spent Friday Oct. :31.-We are having pleasant even children like it. Tli-, i iblon"
little knoll under U huge "hur nerdaQuinine to Purify and IRON:;
a will also be. hen next Sunday, and the visiting/ relatives here this week here. some pleasant weather this week.A .
ricane root. It consisted of n pit i to Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties I
je -- -- -- -.------ have been 1
following' Sunday the new pastor who few of our farmers
lined with palmetto leaves and the never fail to drive out Impurities iii :
M has been appointed to till vacancy It.H'OIWHmrul'll PINK: HILL grinding' came.Sti't ,i, the blood.
4/ I web-like husk that surrounds tho baneof
leaves.. If it was the habitation caused by the resignation/ of Rev, Alfred I und Mrs. 10'. T. Norman and lit-j I The Strength-Creating! / Power of GROVE'S
palmetto / Kvemlen: will preach. Oct :ML-Mr. Poppell, the Pine Hill, Oct. :31.-Mrs. Johnsonand tie daughter Ethel, were transacting I I I TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
of or !
bear two,
wa of one only or Joo of Kaiford visitor county superintendent, visited the I the favorite tonic in thousands of hornet
Johnson was a little daughter of Raiford, were business in :Starke :Monday *
bear and her cubs could j '
of mother ,
1 a school here Wednesday.Miss | More than thirty-five years ago, : iI
to Lawtey Sunday. of Mrs M. C. Pinholster last II
I'guests visiting
aroundthe S. J. ;Norman and family were ,j
not be ascertained, but signs ; Thelma Schell made business I would ride a long! distance to get GROVE..
The revival services at the Baptist a week-end. While here they attended. in the Hcilbronn section Sunday. '
'r den showed that it had .been occupied trip over here Tuesday. TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
a short time before. The surveyor church began Sunday an per appoint- the association at Brooker. :Mrs. Annie Gaincy was visiting her member of their family had Malaria or
;Mrs Iva of Lake
4i who kept well ahead l of tho ment. A8 Rev. YarboroifRh, of Mulberry I made business Sprinkle here Butler, A. B. Surrency was in Brooker on sister, Mrs' Bob Haislop in Rising needed a body-building, slrength-givii.i;

party, used to strike to the line trees was unable to get here thistime a trip Wednesday :Saturday.P. section, Saturday and Sunday. tonic. (>The formula is just the same today
Prof. R. A. Vascoe
I Greene Andreu, M. the weekend and can get it from any drug
with the poll)) of hiblazinir axe to Rev A. I U. Powell of Nluhville:1Ga. Chancey spent Our school is progressing nicely. you
Miss -
guide the rhninmen, and, this noise ., was secured, an.11I great religious visitors Stroupe to Sturke and Wednesday.Brady Rosier were I with relatives at Lake Butler. '1 (i. L. Sapp entered our school this store. BOc...pr_ ._bottle.. _u_ ._. ..._ .

frightened, the inmate feast is anticipated for these Clyde Ward was in Brooker Mon- i i woek.Prayer.
had probably away
t LOCK Lee Cason Anna Mae Anderson
inmates ings. nwet-I day. meeting was held,I at the Old City's Pride
or '' I
e Several large decayed, stumps were Henry ]Hicks was a business Carl Sadie Hitch Simmons, Bill Dowling :Mrs Iva Sprinkle, of Lake Butler, home of ;Mrs. I. L. Sapp Friday night The pride .ot (t.iui-l,(,' I N Its citadel

4 seen, which hud. been torn to pieces by to Jacksonville the first part. of the and Butler were afternoon.A. visitors to Lake was a visitor at the Pine Hill school awl was well attended. bill, from which there Is a -low that

Bruin in his search for rats and week Thursday Friday morning. J. :M. Brownlec passed through this no dty In the world ran march. It low. ,
S. Crews: of Starke, made business ; .. .
a .
hundred f feet
j .. grubs. There should be a good living Charlie Sapp and, little daughter/ trip here Monday Pine Hill was well represented at ",'rtionlon.IIlY; en route to ltaif.i'.I.Ion't era almrisi slnor. C f
the association Brooker above the St. !.:i\vr' "ni'" 1"l'/ tIde
at Sunday.
,
for hears in this swamp. Palmetto Boulah, went to Starke Tuesday !Miss forget services Saturday and l
I Thelma Schell of Lake Butler :Mrs Craven Roberts of Aln hull. and the oily "". 'h'1,. 'tirr. Kivlnir! : the
,
buds, acorns turtles, fish rabbits, M. L. r.om'holtz: of Jacksonville, made. Sunday< at the Wateruak church. Ev-: I
u business trip here Mon who spent several days with A. H.Surrency :1 I vision u wldo! "end! "...101"11 rantco ofriver I
s rats, coons and possums are abundant was a business visitor to I.awtey last 1 orybody invitee,! 1 Rev. Barno will .
day. and family, returned to her mind forest :and pnrluli, Bad' the far f
I and soon there will be ripe gum Thursday.Miss I !preach.Mr. .

and yawpon berries.! :Mr..J. I.. Peek PITH), Clark, of Wateroak visited Clem, Gtn'don, who has been sick home Friday ._ : and Mrs. K1.: Alvarez were ('tn'h15 1'11 II..IIIIII.". /
for two months t
mid a party, with dogs, have been in relatives here Thursday died Wednesday -- - - -- visiting relatives. near Luwtey Sun

P' '; the swamp after Hruin this week andS II. C. Sup' ,1 r., of Jacksonville, wax I morning/ St. Vincent's hospital in LtTTKR: : FROM AUSTIN Wl.NKLKR'I : : day. SSHKHIKr'S: --- SAI.K-- -': I i iIlinby r

I the outcome. will be known later. a visitor. ti> Lawtey Thursday., I Jacksonville and was brought here I I Ii I Quarterly, meeting will be held'' at notice; In chin lllnt 1 I. W I. UpiniMin. J
Wednesday the burial Hhi'rllT or llrnHf.ml. County. SlaUi of i
When the party crossed the main Herman Thede, of Jacksonville? visited afternoon taking I i Austin Winkler, of :Starke, who is ,, Emanuel: on Saturday before the second I.Klorlilii. unilcr and l hy vlrtuu lit that cvHaiou I
I
jf channel of the river, about 15 small relatives in Lawtey Sunday. I, place at the Sapp cemetery on Mel, ring some time at the state reform i i Sunday in November. Dinner rlt of uHi-cutlnn !iHsui-il out of and under the .

I n / alligators wero sunning themselves Berry Purmenter came over from Thursday Alvarez afternoon. I s hool at Marianna, wrote a letter toI I: w I Ibo spread on the ground. Bring uad S'h'.t.r the I'Inrdn Circuit! and('nm.t a"o.t or, IIr.M"I C. U., Hullend Coontr.
Victor
1" Ralph Kuhl l
und
I on a mud bank. Mr. J. I. Peek killed Jacksonville and spent Sunday with I is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs your basket. and In r..vor of w. C. Talor. laird. the 13lh

f e one of them with his automatic Then relatives near Lawtoy.. Warren Perkins, of Starke, were visitors Austin, dated October 18th. The 11'1 :Mr. and :\11'". W. B. Bloodsworthwere day "r NIIVf'mlll'r. IDIB. will olr.., for e.lex
here afternoon. mI xr11 10 Iho h'KII..1 und I.esa b"hlor foe I
Ii- her head Joe Allen left the first of the week. Sunday ter handed to the , ,, ,. '
the mother 'gator poked ugly was Telegraph \isiting in the Vanderbilt section ....h lbrrtor". at I)I.. e" 1:" << .1. In the
f out from n cove under, the bank nndcalled for :Miami to seek employment. x -*- I we give; the gist of it below: Friday.The T."n "r St.rke. Itodfnrd County Florida
HAMPTON: : I iinilnv. .D'ceiiI'r 'let. uu, tm seine be- I
her little ones to her, and. in a ---. Austin was glad to see Sheriff Ep burial, of ;Mr.\ Jasper Tison took on tau a luual _alf. >lio, "f "L, ,1 c:> net during the I

r'' twinkling! all were so safe in the cave BROOK Kit person some time ago, when he place at Dyal) cemetery Saturday tffrnl' home: of sale the followinir iliwcrthed! I
Hampton Oct. 31.-Mr.. and, Mrs realcute Hltuuleil 1 in Hnnlfonl County, Klor.iihi. .
,.I that only dynamite could, dislodge; T. J. Durden friends brought the colored boy there who !, morning ut 10 o'clock. He leaves a ,. to.uitWi.Ht 1'
are visiting and
i them.' Brooker Oct. :111.-The Central Association lelutivcs in this week. tried, to commit suicide, by poisoning largo! number of friends and. relativesto ; Iliilr' ..r\l Smithwiwt: Uunrtcr of North- I
Tampa ui..t 'rst Half of SoutheuHt Quar"f -
Oil u previous occasion the same himself and came near poisoning his mourn his loss I Jimrter.
which
convened here Friday, Master Edgar Price, who has been _ "f Nnrlhwir.1 Quarter of See 10, Tp. (
r party of men. saw in ,the same swamp Saturday and, Sunday, was well attended. ,school grandmother also. Mr. Epperson gave -. --- ---- S. Manus J2 K. also Kant; Half of the North- I
attending Live Oak
at
what few have over seen, buzzard's, All the churches returned him all the news of Starke. Austin -n"t ijuiiiti-r i.T :ohco.tlIar...." East Half
1 were represented to his home }o'riday.Clydl' Catarrh Cannot Be Curedby of Soul lifiiit Quarter of Northeast Quarter :
nest. It held two young birds, big | in the association!\ by delegates works hard t the brick mill, but complains Km: I half nl Northeast Quarter of Southeast
who has LOCAL APPLICATIONS the
Mulludy been as ?
stupid looking things, dirty white in i I and ministers.Mr. spending of no bad treatment.! He has cannot reach. the seat of the disca>.. (I..."....'. tlI-t unit or t.ot Half of NorlooI
y time in Palutku.. is with. his.. : .
. ..
: some 'S. -I t (1x.1,1 r ?.r Northeast Quarter and East
t color. The nest was In the bottom of : and Mrs. David Dukes and I friends in Hampton; this;;'week." gained eight pounds in weignt; since Catarrh; ed by const Ii a It local in lonrtl diaruso.' condition greatly HAUL.mnuiu 11,11 ...rI..... half "t'N."hwPHt Quarter oC
M t tho hollow of tree. he to the institution. As i 8 S. RICe.
i- a came near L'ATAKRH MKUlrlNK;\ ; will cure catarrh.It 'p i '
. I. Grandma: Stephens, of Alachua, attended ,1. V. Jones, of h Hampton visitor .
-. - -- was a UKe can understand. the 1 letter, an 1m taken Internally and acts throughthe !! I': .mil" 'l/n.h",1/ 11I..ler .r Northeast
services here Sun Ia Y. to Graham Tuesday.Mr. Blood on the, .Murou Surfaces of the Quo,ra.r, of ou\we*' uarer of S'c. 14. Tp.I" .
s MIU.KK: : I inmate of the institution must have ; V. ILe '' t:. Htni Southwest of
CATARRH MEDICINE Quarter
HAL.L/H :
r Mrs Pell!man of Jacksonville attended ; (Price, of visitor I Syitem. --
Graham was ,a j 6.IIll0 merit marks before he !la rompoaed of nome of the best tonics """ ," .I. yne'or. s,'. a. Tp. 7 S. Itgr. 21I
the association here last week to Hampton Tuc"lay.Rev. j] rills. known combined wtlhome of the best I": II I... Northn.I:; , Quarter of Northeast (hoar-
Miller: Oct. D1.-Dr. J. E. Maines, I discharged.,! Austin has so far ( : blood purifiers. The perfect combination ..,,,I' N.h Itllif "r .lIlh..t. Quarter 0'
of Lake. Butler, was a profosional visitor end.K. Diggs, of Starke. preached. at I lie received GOO marks. for of the tnirredtentii In HALL'S CATARRH =.. I.h, nt, (1"0""rh' r IIul Nort healtunrtrr orI
I here :. T. Sh'wlIl't11" last week-end the :MetluiJisi Lhu'.h :Sunday. assistingin : MEDICINE Is. what produces such wonderful r" "I'h",,. ./ills., .I'... of. N"'h".1 Quarter or
a Saturday. here, with his family. Rev I. S. Hendrix. of Lake Butler, ; catching! three boywho tried to results In catarrhal conditions I ,?, I'i I I... S. 1111'". a I "F
Murray Thomas mailo a business Druggists '5c Testimonials' free. W..1. KIM'KKSON..:
trip to Starke Saturday :Mr. and, :Mrs. I':. I B. Andrea'' of Ala- wns a visitor to Hampton Saturday | run away. F. J. Cheney & Co Props Toledo. O. j I Bin" "n I II.!. ''M..I, 1'ounty State of
1 I I i-hiia, wore pleasant visitors here Sunday afternoon. I He says he is very tired of the Klorlilu. 1031St.Chain' .
Kin-man Stokes was in Lake Butler
Saturday. and Monday. Mrs O. L. Ueasley, of Tampa was -r
3 --
I Oscar Andreu and, family, ofStarke visiting friends, and relatives in our
The friends of Fronds Water
many were visitors here Sunday. town Sunday IIn I are glad. to know that she is
i
recovering :Miss Lewi
Daisy returned home Leroy flirt of Louise, was transacting -
from" an attack of malarialfever.
Sunday after 1111 extended. visit with business in Hampton Tuesday
.
relatives, in Tampa.Rev. Dr. !Midilleton. of Starke, was attending -
S .1.I S. Howard of Pukes was in this :M. A. Woodanl,. filled his 1
regular to professional business, here ?
?
L.. community one day last w.k.Mr. . appointment here Saturday and Saturday United States Tires
and :\lrK. II. C. attended
Peoples,
-
re prayer niootinir at Sardis Thursday Sunday with the exception of the Saturday Little Charley, Ito,,1 tho throe your /
night and Sunday morning service old of C. Hunt
lr son W. has been very
nifrht.Mrs. .
I which was /given to the Baptiston l sick for several days. He has a host 1 !'I Good Tires
: Flora L. Scott of Starke' homo are
account of their association being of friends, hero who I1l'el1l.1. to know I
'C demonstration agent, visited :MillerHchool .
III session. I that his. health is improving at thiswriting. '
t last week and organized! a SPW- :Mrs. W. S. Nabb left Saturday forIllIn1.lIon 'I. '
inir and, poultry chub
I /
) / in response' to a telegram Mrs. L. A. Odum. of Jacksonville, / /
Tommie
Cratfurl and 1'iii k.I
l Marry from her dallf.'htl'rIr; !<. Brown, who visitor to '
was a ( Hampton Tuesday ,
I ,, stun spent Saturday and e friends in I was seriously! ill. :Mr. Woodruff, of Palatka, who represents I
: Levy county. L. :Morgan made a l business trip to of the '
large
one grocery eomI -
Olson Thomas was u business visitor I I
Alachua Saturday afternoon business fn 4\i\\\
ponies transacting
was
, tj .., to Starke Saturday< I :Mr. and :Mrs (LI./ :Mills, of Live I Hampton Monday. \
,
J. n. t'rawford, of ..Incksonville
es1 1 % ,ited his fit ther. II. (:i. (Crawford. last- i Oak, are visiting their parents. hero I JIi... ""/.l.j Wurrciiisited friendsat I

week .. I this week. Brooklyn Saturday

II. .1..J. :Morgan and family nttojiiSwlservices !Mrs :Monnie Chrisclo, of JacksonI,I I
C. Peoples attended I the assoeiation .
i at Little 1 Rock Sunday. I '',
title accompanied by children Josie
Hrooker and .
at Saturday I'
Sunday.14'nzil
" Thomas wn"'illit')1"' to Lake G. W. Melvin: is home on a visit to mid Bonnie are guests of her father, :) \\

t Culler Saturday.Cameron I his family from South Florida. W. K.: Hutchinson, this week. ; (

, r'ralick and : Diet- j (:I'II/I.a Williams wets a pleasantI | L. A. Johns and f''milho have ,i
1'aloigh
linof/ Provident1"wero visiting in I viII to..' at the home of :Mrs. S. ,1. Kelly Iheem located in the rM.: Jones building 1 iI J

Saturday.j : I west of
this community Sunday! afternoon. \ Hampton, moved Friday iI
:Messrs. Briming "ndVilliulI1" havemoved to the Seals cottage on Main street.Mrs. 'I
.I I. r.. Hi'own was. a business visitor ,
i to their homo recently pur- Oonnie Chesser left Saturdayfor I
to Irfike Butler
Monday. j I I t
H. K. Brown shipped, a carload. 1 of j 'based from (n.V.! I.ewl.V(. wolonio Jacksonville, where she will spend I .I

i I .- those families to our town. several, weeks. ,
hogs to Jacksonville last 1 week. I
!Mrs. D. W. Muinos, of Mountooeha, I Mrs. Lillian" (ieigor left :Monday for
.1. ,
I n. Crawford was a business visitor -
,
was visiting. relatives here" last week Luke City.Mrs. .
t to Levy ,oiiunty. Snltirday. and Stindiy. V
1 Q v 1i I
0"' J nnd taking in the Association.Mrs. Ell iolt and,! (children who have ?rrr3 I II

!IIoHetta Ostoen left Monday been visiting friends and relatiti"* in
lunrlo , ,
IVopli's, :and\ Carl! Drown visited r
friends. at Midway Sunday nft.'rlur i I cur h> r homo, utter a two-weeks' visit Iliimiiton for several" weeks, expert torctmfn ,

I """". herwith her mother .Mr->. Emily Abbi.lt. / to their honor, in, N..f..lk.11. R w

t. next ,Friday. ,
IUIi, Water* an business' visi-
(
j. 'for to Lake llutlfr" Slit 1lay. II. I'. 1.a i Hi"t and II. 1 K. Brown wore S. B. iTicr" was called last work, to

'. !..romi"'nt.jit.I''' to Jacksonville last the bedside. of his. mother Mrv. prn-o, ,
II. (n J. frawford
wni HI .Jacksonville
,,,,
re week. I I..t Live. Oak.
|
t "ii business one dn.last. week. 1 ,
!Mr. und! !Mrs.nifiis RietliiiK. of | I':. S. (iainoy: and family, of LaCrosse ,- W, II. Criflin: ,is adding. to his premises -

) spent, Sunday here' by the erection of
Lake u new garage. .
City, visited! the (latter's .,
i "lIn'lIt.Ir. i iV '
{ :\ IIn.1Irs.: 'r. II. Rimes, recently. 'I II. ( Surroncy! was visiting rein- 1 Mrs. Chas. Sasser mind duu hll'r.

I.T, Cev..1. T. llarnes attondoil< the asrtHlatlon -i I lives near fun('rosse Friday night Clam :\Iu)'. of Vuldnsta, On., are the ]

t |'>* at Itrooker Saturday. Willie Shirley spent part -of the guests of Mrs. Sasser's father, P. B. 'Cauto'

. :Mrs 1 punt week at Trenton. Hunt, this week.We Webb,'
I \ W. H. Foairle, of high Spring, '
j Supt Poppoll. of Sturke. attendedM01'i'eg are glad to note that little Fran-'
visited her Royal Cora'
,'t Ij PIII'I."t.11': .and, Mrs 11.1 I I
hero Sunday. cia Pearce, who has for
I several weeks
I e t'. 1'eoplen' during, the
weok.
.: L Miss Lottie Stokes, past |I K.: M. and (i. W. Hazen, uCl'omp"i i been on the sick list is gradually improving -
1. 4 primary teach-I
nied, Prof. Misses Lorene EconomicalWearlifeservicemile
by Carter, 1 in health Most
7 'r of our school spent the week-end ____..
r and Eunice Hazen. were visitors to : __ I II
; ( with her
parents at Lake Hutler.Kurie .
: Brown was. in Lake Starke Saturday. I SAMPSON CITY
t Butler I M. P. ;Matbeny spent Saturday and I I'I
Friday night. values
means
-- .. Sunday with his family in Starke. 'I Sampson' City, Oct. :31.-Rev. Crewsof greater econoagesafetycomfort. -

1 \ There will be meeting at the New River
filled his I
I 't.t 1s 'KYLawtey : prayer regular appointment These my-less cost of maintenanceare

. r __ I Free Will Baptist church Sunday here Sunday. .

t (I evening at the usual hour. I John1cKinnI'Y.: of Graham, spent I the things that count inless repairs and depreciation.a .

r. Oct .11. .Tames Shepard l I The Literary Society will meet next I Sunday, here with his parents, Mr.

'J and family visited! relatives in Jacksonville Friday there and, Mrs.
night, being no meeting J. A. McKinney: I tire.

,.{ ; Saturday. I II I last Friday night. The same program :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith and son, Car owners who do their
;t .. H. hill A. M. Itlanchard.: , .
W. K. ,]i will bo carried out. 1I01
I \ Torodo and Carl Woolen attended! the I j j We are glad to report John Pin- spent( Sunday, guests of :Mr. and :Mrs i These are exactly what you own thinking prefer United

W. O. W head camp convention in holster. able to be up and out again, A. K. Smith. i I
States Tires States Tires. Their merit is
t : in United
JackMonvilieIoncluy.. I IMian
i after a few days illness.J. :\In..J GritlU is spending( several get ,

Mae Bigg left' Wednesday. |, Morgan: and wife were shopping days here with his father J. p. Hall. I all-round tire satis- recognized everywhere

,r \, r for West' Palm lloarl) to visit his sis j j : in Alachua Friday afternoon. 1| Dr. W. Middleton: ; of I general
ter. Mrs. Roy' Roberts. I IMisa L. made Starke'j,
They were accompanied by Morgan a business trip here faction.

.t Naomi Unstick, of Milltown\ I I' and wife. II Miss Ertlc Sloan sp. nt several daysof We have them-a type and

Ga., in visiting her cousins. Mr. and ;Mrs. Scott, of Starke, passed the week in Starko with her aunt, I

Mm. J. M. Ilnrrell. through here enroute to Pine Hill Fri lrI. R. Burrows.Mr. :!. This greater total of- tire size for every car.

'. r Mrs. J. J. Mcl.e.d and :\Ir!. Charlie I day. 'I : and Mrs. A. K. Smith and Mr. I

) Dirkina were business visitor to M. M. Hazen made a business tripto and! Mrs. Batchlott were in Starke on I We know United States Tires are Good Tires. Ihfct's
\ Jacksonville! 9 ttlyday. I Starke Tuesday. Tuesday.. 'i why ve tell them:

r' .. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin have I :Mrs visitor here Will Hall Ford Starke Service
Newberry was a and wife Garage
of
are Garage
e guests Waldo
.. i PcteiU
returned homo from North : t &
Carolina, Hprr'icr
at the home of E. T. Stewart last i iweek his grandfather J. p. Hall.

i I ii". ,' with where relatives they spent about two weeks! I ,;/ T. N. Daughtery and wife of Graiara. I i Worthington, W. P. McLeod, Alachua, J. M. Holt & Son ,

'Mrs. Shriver daughter, Marguerite attended Newberrv
; and -., church here Sunday. Ernest ,
Mm. Enoch CJritlU Whitney Melrose
\ lm< returned and Thelran Ward were in The many friends of J. P. Hall are H. F. Brooker, Trenton.

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"'A i1UDAY. OCTOBER ::11. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGR F'iVK j i

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( ban government the Chinese laborers I r sa
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. are permitted to travel through the

.* rtw iiljrt..*.t.m.,....miflifc........ .swnununfK,...... ....-...fmmittfcrm*,.,-*.se& United States, but every precautionis .
taken ti> prevent their escape whilein

!! Live State News x xaa. I this country. H'c :. ;'fe, you an X11- i

'
\\ D. :Mi'Adoo has
._................,.................-....__....._....__.r,._.'._.".,** full and! free tendered< aa WISH.'passed
gift to Pincllucounty : ,- -
Told by Our Exchanges. I I the new bridge which he recently completed

across Boca Grundo bay, leading serviceand
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corset
I. : -- to his new resort, St. Petersburg

Ina i Key Largo there will be one \I Sailormen 1>> the hundred are now beach. The bridge is about one mile 1t/1/ I

,field of two hundred acres planted, in seen daily on the. streets of) Pensacola,, long and! was constructed for automobile
r t ..mntoeg.tlm large liberty parties: roming ashore( I tniflic. Mr. McAiloo: erected the
each day. The ships provide provost bridge at u cost of $7-4.000 and has 1kF

years and eleven months. Ho guards who as they come ashore re- been operating it aa a toll bridge,
saps he then continued walking, to port to the chief of police. The men charging fifty cents for each automobile
a complete 25,000 miles, the distance are, however under the command of using it. He gives it to the county
\ officer from on condition that the county operate 2L
or"ullld the earth. an the ships. The harbor t.1'
,>. now foil of destroyers and more it as a free bridge for automobiles -
activities is only and will allow him to runstreet
noted
The youngest son of Governor Catts than in years. cars across the deep (channel ;1'

wn married last week by a Catholic I II I near the island shore on the drawbridge ,, ,
priest at Key West. Won't the fur Orange County Agent DoBuRk tells i with it we offer you a most complete and -
flyin the family circle at the capitalfor the following about a progressiveand !: -- most fascinating display of the inimitable ,
a while? prolific individual I h
of Orange coun
Clyde Cnristopher, oJ Avon Park, +
ty. A Berkshire sow on Broad-Acre was instantly killed Wauchula Sunday

The streets of Daytona chiefly in Farm, Winter Garden, owned by G. morning about 2 o'clock when a GOSSAIRO COKSETS[
the residential section were! flooded T. Smith, established a record by farrowing Ford car he was driving collided witha J

to a depth of nearly two feet, by a 21 pigs last spring and in stump in the east part of town. lIe The Originol-UnequalleJ Front Comets -,
rainfall of nearly seven inches. The keeping: with that record farrowed 20 had spent< the night in and around Lacing fc
waters had subsided by night. more a few days ago. A daughter of Wauchula and about two o'clock ho I '
this sow farrowed 1:1!) pigs her first! started for Avon Park. He left town Our highly specialized corsetieres will help you ing service that: alone is worth the colt of the ;

Wagon toads of corn cotton and litter.R. and was driving fast, and while turn- unerringly select those Gossard models that will garment. .

sweet potatoes are being brought to ing a curve on the brick road his. auto give you ideal *gure proportions, with a correctly :

Live Oak and sold to the produce A. Youmnns and George; :Mar- skidded left the road and hit a large poised body and add charm to every frock you Do you realize you can buy a Goisard for as little
dealers. The crops have been unusually riner, both youths, were committedfor stump. The crash was heard in the
wear. And mart-priceless comfort and a ,weara $l.7S to .
price
up any you may care to
good this season. i trial at preliminary hearing at business section, seven blocks away
i Miami Monday for conspiracy to hold and a companion who had. been riding pay'J
High flying I is th'1 popular thing in up a bus between :Miami and Cocoa- with Christopher ran to the scene only .
Lakeland now, and. up until darkness I i I nut Grove and Winstrom Monroe who to find Christopher dead. The collision I STUMP'S STARKE FLA. :
set in the Imp, the fine aeroplane of turned state's! evidence was discharged. ' threw Christopher over the j, ,
the Inter-City Air Line is kept busy The boys are said to have confessed steering wheel! with such force as to
conveying people to cloudlund. that they had rifles and other cave in his breast. The machine wasa The Leader in Dry Goods Notions land Ladies Ready-to- Wear

weapons! in their possession.A complete wreck.In .
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The Newman Brothers, of Plant
City old approximately $2,000 worthof pine tree four feet in diameterat the October number of the Farm WE "\
strawberry plants from one acre of the base and three feet at the top and Live Stock Record appeared an MOVED -t
beds this fall and could have disposedof of a thirty-six foot cut was sawed into editorial from advance sheets of Sug. HAVE : '
twice as many had they been avail lumber at the E. W. Bond Co mill ar the 1l'l1dingjou1'nal of the sugar 4r+
Elbl('. near Port Orange last week. Early : industry, which set forth particularsof -' ,
I settlers and pioneers used to select it i a projected corporation with $10- I ."."..::\

(Owners of all the larger fruit packing as their meeting place for conferences 000,000 capital, divided into 100,000 -
houses in South Florida have deI I Even then it was designated as the shares to bo known as the United I
cid.'d in favor of the open ,1 "Big Pine. Now it has been put into States Cane Sugar Corporation. Its
tion being taken on eve of forming shape for man's use and will form object was announced\ bo to take 1-
union among fruit graders. part of a bridge" on the I.. E. C. rail over the 200,000 acres of land lying' ./ nAxnnn 11A11R111UtaT".rerAsses RJSAAA1t1tT rLt; f
road. west of !Miami, including enough cane .t : I ,

prank Walker a colored postmanof land to support at least ten mills, I ---
Key West, was shot and fatally Federal officers here admitted last which would mean eventually a population Lr l
wounded Saturday night, dying a few Thursday that more than $3,000: worthof of nearly 100,000 persons in
hours later in the hospital. The shooting high: grade: liquors brought here that section. It is proposed to plant + fn; 1 hr uyl
is alleged to have been' done by another from Went Palm Beach several days this tract with cane and erect upon : 'r'11th
negro a stevedore.The I ago' was taken from the winter residence it a large sugar mill which should be
.Jal'k-I of Edward Stutesbury! of Philadelphia ready to begin grinding in the winterof
question of granting;: : the but were convinced that Mr. l:2l-22! : ; besides, a railroad and other -
sonville Traction Company the right. Statesbury knew nothing of its owner necessary constructions, 19 a'+ ;ta i
to raise the street car fare to seven : ship. They believed( the liquor had r ,
rents was defeated! by a vote of more ,, been brought from Mimini Bahama Dr. E.: G. Smith 7(5(; years! old who
than three to one in a special city islands, and stored until the smugglers is walking 25,000: miles, has arrivedin '
election held Tuesday. The line is I i could find an opportunity to Jacksonville. The traveler says the Now Located C.aco&Lf Jewelers 1
,weed# and operated! by Stone & Webster 1; move it.What. Chicago :Medical Society offered a V :'
f i.f Boston I prize of $.; i if he .
,000 could walk 17,000
I I
: : St. for 30 Years
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]I i i is claimed to bu the large miles< in four years. Dr. Smith states Forsyth
:Manatee county grapefruit! is now I i I order for farm tractors ever placed in I that he completed this distance in
!'OlIin- nort in lavire qup.i'litleinnst! ; I I I Florida has been received by the Olds- A committee composed.) of membersof !
of the fruit coming from Terra Ceia i I j I mar Tractor Co., from S. A. Edwards, I the American Legion and other citizens JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
and from the extreme southern end of I I: president of the Georgia Oldsmar l i visited O. M. Dean of Sarasota, ,

the county. As usual the first rush or-der I|I :. and suggested' to him that his departure .

of green Truit has hurt the market I I from Sarasota would(, be very Sign and return to Name------------------------------------- ...... ...... .......
and prices are dropping badly. tical machines which lire helping to I. much appreciated and intimated that t /

make Oldsmar famous These machines the climate here was getting' rather ouforSouvenlr. Addrea . _ _ . __ _ . . _ u .... ..... .... . .. ..... .. .. .... 1
TTi Southern'; :Menhaden, Corpora will be distributed through warm for a man of his moral and patriotic <
tion with general offices in Jacksonville Georgia' and other Southern states constitution Mr. Dean didn't i.Ill.
and with a plant at Fulton, have promise to make the move suggestedby cyclone came along, ripped the tin | ;
definitely decided to locate a fish rendering Of the 1,000,000 people residing in the committee but it is the general roof off a shed, rolled the plate up 1 Quigley Lumber & Supply Company ; L
plant near the city of Port St. Florida 7l OOOO are without church af- opinion that he will make such a nicely and dumped it at tho door of a II | ,

Joe, on St. Joseph Bay. It is expectedthat filiations. Of the 700 Baptist churches move within the next 72 hours! eitherof I Ford garage. When the garage man I __. .I I
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work will start in a few days. es the state 300 are homeless and his own volition or at the urgent! came next morning he remarked: .
I one hundred worship in very dilapidated persuaSion a committee of citizens. : "Wish the d-d fool haul brought \I sH5 s sf 5 s 5 s s s s 5 s s s s s s s s s s s 5H5 5 5 s '

One acre of muck land in St. Lucie buildings.' However, 111 housesof his old Lizzie to another place. Why, '
county produced fi.OOO pound of sug- i worship are under course of con- IIEUE'S"Ol'U CHANCE:: a car in that shape can't be fixed up :j FRESH GROCERIES
:ir in' tint season.' A vast acreage of 1' struction in the state and it is anticipated -- for less than fifty dollars" ,
St. Lucie county is being turned by I the ranks of the denomination The following ;advertisement appeared -- 1!

tractors and it is said that cabbageand i I will be greatly strengthened as a result in Friday's Gainesvilo News. i I have added a line of Groceries to !
potatoes will form a large percentage of this campaign. The advertiser is evidently an honest Couldn't Raise .j

of the truck crop this season. I man : i my bakery, and will be prepared to ,
The army und navy are cooperating CAR FOR SALE:-Claimed by the
Nat Richardson, the negro who murdered i in a plan to pipe water through a agent to be 1920! : :Model National; Arm to His Head I serve my customers with anything''

A. C. 1.. Conductor Butts at the 'j'I twenty-inch main from" Homestead on I practically 0,11I1I, new; (in use only in the line. f
depot in Palatkn several weeks ago the mainland, to Key West, n distance three months), but has following defects I - Grocery
was found guilty of murder, in the i of 12R miles, so as to. supply at least : : H
HASN'T: HAD A :SIGN; ; OK KIIKIJMATIC : O. TURNER I
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first degree I in the .circuit court last; two million gallons' daily. Rear-Ad-, 1. Fly wheel broken. ,
Thursday afternoon and. sentenced to i I miral Decor( commanding' the Seventh I 2. Hood pulling apart in joint ; TKOUIil.K: :S1NCK; : ; ; UK:
hanp. naval district in a rwport filed urged| :3. Engine heating badly, TOOK \\I.\-II.\S: CAINKII; : : .
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Len the navy the nucessity for participation I. (!us guago broken TIIIICI Y-O.NK; ; rol'MlS.()\ : '1.
While a guest at the home of :Mr. I as there i is no fresh water to r>. Curtains do not lit. .1. 1 II.! Thomas.. and l daughter, SIIs.1 -I,I ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
and. Mrs. T. C. Taliaferro, Tampa, Col. I'be had on the island except that 0.! Drip pan rubs bottom water "I have actually gained thirty-one Rhoda were iiuiiineHH visitors to the I' h

Edward R. Gunby of Atlanta, for I caught' in cisterns or transported from hose, l'au..ingsam(' to leak., pounds on three bottles of Tan lac and county neat Tue duy. ,I

years n resident. of Tampa met death the mainland. 7. Top has three holes caused by I I now feel like u new man in every 10.; J. Cunningham' and HOII. "I'M: win' i I Name "Bayer" is on Genuimj

' by plunging down a steen stairway in --- rubbing three unprotected screws. WHV.... ." said! l .f.. 'IV-.- n'11 Mji_ .U..m.-."... residing at n. left Thnrxdav- for l Kllenton.:I 1 '
the rear of the house and resulting in :Mr. :McNeil nuns a muck farm that I Other screws rubbing shows will (leak I IlIoon. I 2'5 Johnson plan, :Memphis, Tenn., :bliss Kdna: Itnxtcr spent. the work Aspirin-say IJ..Iyer. .4
. all probability from concussion caused I borders Purrott avenue und. the lakeat ( some time ago. I end at liruoki-r with. her parents. aa

! ,I by the force of impact.A Okcechobi'e and la>t spring that 8. Threads crossed and worn in "I was just rurlii'd 1 with pain from Several of the people! tit llrookvi, t'Ineiat I
-- farm produced an abundant crop of radiator, causing water' to leak and rheumatism for whole until I Icouldn't attended church at Rack Sunday, t ..
copy of Ponce De Leon's grant to potatoes followed by a corn crop that overflow/ while engine\ is running. a year Misses Rhoda and I.onnie Thoina- .
hit lick of work and l I
Florida by the King of Spain was would\ make the average' Georgia farmer U.!) Horn will not blow a part of the a down war all attended, I church at Rock Sunday., "
and down
shown to the immigration officials atNew turn seven kinds\ of a green' hue time (Short circuit). just up mostly :Mr. and :'01 rs. ..J.V.. Lewis! spent( a
this time. would swell and
f York by four Colombian women with envy, and now he has just finished 10. Back curtain pulled apart. My joints few days last week at Stn rk,'. I
but the evidence cramp 110 I couldn't raise my arm to
C of possible ownership cutting' and baling one thousand 11. Air pipe to vacuum tank rubbing -
I of Florida acquired by inheritance bales of as fine! hay at ever came from on hood. my h'ad-coulln't comb my hair- IIOA'flIt,11NBaatdrahn I I
! was not sufficient qualification for ad a :Missouri farm. The hay is peanut 12.. With car partly loaded, back anti when I stooped over to tin my I
shoes would almost make
the pain me
mission. peanut vine Soudan, I Rhodes and Natal springs will hold!
not body off the back Tablet
on of
in such "Ifayer Aapirm"ia '
cry out loud I got a shape Oct 31.Millard: Ituydand
grass, the kind that keep stock axle and fenders I
bump down on the a "Uujrer puknge, containing prop!
that I couldn't! eat anything without JI.. iJubose attended Sunday
Grapefruit are beginning to move sleek tires, cutting!: them badly diractioiu fur Cold, Pain Hea suffering afterward l and nothing Itried school at China Grove Sunday after
from the Palmetto section in quantities 13. Left back tire blew out at 2500 Neuralgia' Lumbago, anti KheuraatMm.
and a few oranges are being J. :M. Collins! of Tampa a white car miles. in the way of medicine helped noon. Name "ll.ijrr" mean. genuine Aspirin, .
shipped. Sixteen cars left this section inspector for the Seaboard Air Line 14. Right back tire blew out at me any at all. Misses! :Mary medley and Cassie pnnenbeii! ., by physician. for nioeUxtnytmrt.
Wednesday, two of them "I weighed hundred and Hoatdrain attended ItanJjr tm bores of l:! tablets!
being was arrested by Chief of Detectives 3500; miles. only one Cole the teachers cmt few ccnU. ii tra-U
oranges and the rest grapefruit. At Thomas\ eight i pounds when I started taking Teacher Institute at Starko Aspirin M markof
the
as a result of an investigation : 13.; Motor meter leaks water getsin Bayer Manufacture of Mono.c liO-
the present rate that fruit is moving concerning: a serious of mysterious same. Tanlac and now I weigh one hundred Saturday. acidit. of 8ali"yh"acltl. t
73 cars will leave the Sarasota branch thefts which have been noted by I Ifi. Other defects apparent that and thirty-nine. :My joint don't hurt I Messrs. K. A. Ncwsom and l Keener

this week. Seaboard officials for some weeks past will take a mechanic to locate and any more and I can bend over and use I Newsom visited relatives at lirookor
Among' the miscellaneous plunder located name the parts and causes thereof. A my arms at work with at much case! Friday and Saturday.
Forty shop mechanics arrivingat I I could. I eat anything I i the of Pile! Cured In 6 to M Days ,
open by the officers were Seaboard' : great' many of the above were notedat as: ever can R. A. Newsom wan guest
Miami on the early morning train I blankets, Pullman blankets, curtains the time car was delivered to me. want and at much as I wish and feel friends Sunday afternoon. IIIIMIIU DruiWI'M'let refund hallg; llHn.l monry: OlrcdlmturPrutnidmil,If PAZ OIVTMENT"': ; Pile foil,**.
Thursday were met at station by one i mattress, rubber car runner mats, a One who has traveled much in the like a new person all the time." I Alton Greene went to Belmoro Sat Instiinlhi'Vi! Itching Fill**. and l yi' l emit Kit
i ; :
hundred union men who slashed tires variagated assortment of tools! canvas il average "for hire" car will, after All druggists sell Tanlac.-Adv. urday. tiUul aivra alter the ttrit aivikoiuio. PIHX Mk*

of automobiles to carry arrivals to and about 100 pound of babbit reading' this ad, say that it sn't much Dred Coleman called at the schoolhouse
the Tarn ia ml, the six story hotel being metal and other junk.A worse off than the most of 'em. Being /IFF : Monday afternoon.Mr. Third (Crude; 1 I.llclGrim., .., Ray

built by non-union labor. No ser a 1920 model it cannot be very old. : and Mrs. J. (J. Boyd transacted mont (Clisson.cilu; Donnelly.
ious injuries were sustained in clash.A train filled with Chinese coolies That a couple of tires are missing Ziff( Oct. 31.-Kcv. W. M. Moody, I I business in I.awteyIonday.: Fourth tirade; Ivey Boyd.. ClyJaRollins.
passed through St. Augustine! Satur- makes) no difference to the average of LaCrosse filled his regular appoint- I S. A. Rollins transacted business .
large black bear was killed Fri- day afternoon enroute to Cuba. Theyare jehu, neither Is it important that the ment at Rock Saturday and Sunday. in town Saturday afternoon. Fifth Grade- Myrtle Coleman.' CsrlJohnson.
day rear Cassia about twelve miles
to work in the sugar/ cane field I horn is out of order, aa so few ever :Mrs. J. S. Forsyth was visiting In - + i May Gaincy.
east of Eustis.
The animal .
put up a The Chinamen were closely /guardedto the horn
use anyway. The fenders Itrooker Saturday afternoon HONOR ROLL OF 11OATIWAIN
ferocious fight and wounded Sixth Crado; --Alton Greene Mary
badly prevent their escape from the train I riding on the tires will prevent reckless Steve Fowler, of Gainesville, attended SCHOOL MONTH OF HKITKMHEK: :: I i
four of the eleven dogs that-took 1',111, Aili-rt Grltlid.Siventh : .
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part They were brought the continent _
across : driving. All we have against the church at Rock Saturday and _
in the chase and probably killed one from the Pacific where i iI !, : (ra.h.-! -Uuby Johnson, Em'a
I I I coast I car is that it ii not a Ford-If it was Sunday. First (;iiuili-- -LueiliTillis, Luther : -
of
the pack. It I'
required twelve or they disembarked upon arrival from it could be in have ma' irlfn.--;
fifteen\ put tiptop order very D. D. Thomas and sister, who Griffis.
the charges monster.jjjjjjjjjj: of. buck shot to dispatch I the Orient. Under an agreement between j' cheaply. This we can prove by the ben Visiting' relative! in Georgia returned Suvond Grade Magf( to Donnelly, :Miss. Mary Smedley, principal; MinjCuaaiu
I j I I the United States and the Cu j J! following instance: One night a small home last week. Annie C;1)1"1111111. Col, aaah. "tact,


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r I PARE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TEL GRAP STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1919.

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ftnl therpfnr hr" l.nnl thi. rullimlnic\ dwicribid. real .elate .lt. : b ..' s.,,non 14. Townnhlp 7 South JUna.tinti .
eeuinty kept KKII: CROSS CAItlNfJ FOlt DISi INDIfiESTION. BILIOUSNESS
may -
Endiord tarty TelegraphI '. .' lying and talnir/ In ilradfurd County -' I-. ," '. iieaiiiniK, 411 Scree, more or l lee.
di 7n. Clean cultivation of the' fields. , ('IIUJI.CI;\) IIIS.\BI.EI i) :SOI.IUKI.S; CONSTIPATION J I. Ii.,.idu. to-wit : W. T. Wfe.e.KJiN.Lilian .

-- -- .-. and 1 the burning of the lank vegetation f'rmiriberlain'H! Tablets! have restored : '(8uuter, uf the SonlhiaM
:. dished V\ l"<''k'j.' and entered an sec.ui I that shelters the rats will helpto \\',,,hnnfton ()l'I. :9R! Tubutu to to health and happiness hundredswho )

eta, matter at the iiMHt-oflire .t kei."p them down Hut all the farmers t tin, Amtriciin> iced I ('I loss as the' uifiiiiiatiun ,'. were afflicted/ with indigestion,
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[ R in a nuirhhurhood should work for oho--a. oiipcrution hainH'lc -, I II biliuosntss and constipation. If you STILL DOING BUSINESS 1JJ1O

t slurleeI\ I lorid.ic j the! extol',munition, of the pest for the, I pus iblt many of the aehil\.j are troubled in this way Rive them a Rennet orders. and satisfied Cl.It, mere who have u,,'d our fertilizer

i x 'voik of only OIKor' two men is futile manta of the United .States Public' h'ial.; You are certain to be pleased year after, year who a'v'' >"\) r gladly recommend our goods to their,

{ 4k I: i. V \'r'I1IL>\ >s. Editor and Own-,. ; .. Ilialth Seivuiis paid by Surgeon I for they will benefit you.-Adv., I neIghbor, are our best advertisi-menl Our !prices not alv\ass the
|O.MI but wliTi QUALI I 'h D//' ,.a' .. .1 t 'm'.. r K ,> h ah Write I
J. ('. au( 1111 S OS. Associate Editor I ('t'tic-rIrl !Uuneil Ulue, head of the sei- -- ---- .V.rhO l aten pace 1 eta orern.1 w de ran d y. u .,. '''."" -e ..ouA.. .... r..g h t
&.:\IIFOHII'S I>l )l OI'I'OI"IT.ln) ) :-< vice. ill a .statement made public hi.re.. I I Frank Walker, n colored postmanof .I-ERTIUZEKS; INSECTICIDES. SPRAYERS; POULTRY SUPPLIES

Ir) Blur also strongly endorses the i. KeyVet, wa -shot and futallv 'J YO"PAINTEIt FERTILIZER CO. JarLxuuTillr.. Florid.

1919 CTOOCR 101'J' King' Cotton has been dethroned in prate |H'OKI/ .am ,i.t the society, to HUS Wounded, Saturday night dying a few

I lurida and King Cm'n will hereafter turn which the Third lied C'rons Rill I hour later m the hospital. The shooting -

e IPuTiL" .. iuiil! .M!.1 I..a] .J] have his title* disputed by King Cane. ( all for members for 1'JM will he held is alleged\, to have been done) by an-

..- - Sugar cane is to bu the money crop throughout/ the country beiinnin"(; ; on | jthc'r 11I'1lro.' a ste\'<'doie.) .w_ ;"'" 7' '''''
7 [ 134I' IlIIl1n"rmi"t .' !. .
uf the farmer in the future. The next Sunil.iy and I' r '

state plant board has placed eleven Day I| No Norms I 1.1 u t.euUhy Child h '1'lf \......, "=-->/
S 6 71b'91011 I Counties< of Florida under quarantine- The statement given by l III'. Blue All children trtiuhlicl with worm !have an un .. .. ......... ...
I color, which Indx blood 1, find
healthy ales poor at a .
on count of the cane mosaic appearing I follows: |' rulethere I tn mere or kss ntmnmh disturbruniOKOVE I .... ."'.... "' .... .-
} t s 1213$ 14 13 16 l 17 1 18 1'' / there and cone cannot be ex- "It would be, 1 believe, extiemibMlicult 1:, 'S TASTlXrsS: chili TONIC' : given rrtfiil.ii.for "? I i ,,'; ,yr.- W'i

'r : hu,'tl'd, from them! and until the die .-.- (J for any Htatu 01 local health two or tunic wiiks, will cnridi the bl'iod' i I. ':q'
; : {I prove the digestion. and art 2. -roncrnlStrcnit1: !"'
19202122232425W272S I '"." is stumped' out, little cane will beIgrnw'n officer to place a proper value on the i' ening'Ionictot'whotvsyvn'm.. NaturewtItb'thmwofordlxp'I :! i

[ .' -- in those counties. highly efficient work uf the. Ameiican ,i UN I ,D"wumrandti.t'1liii,,, v.I"Ito I Wealth That Works
} I'|I, :Now': is Iklldfurll'H opportunity to Red Cross during the war emergency, 1 aerfn.t livultli' 1 I',. t IIK m inku Car o.r r' nV T Ttltnby .
'29 30 31 -'i" I
; tr ".t.I: >II..h herself a, u Cane growing 01 to attempt to estimate the woiidi V
I Irlltli4Ii/NEItS'! = : \I.E
e .- --.. --- --- ,; tinitory, I If I the mosaic.- deli not in- ful possibilities in its program fm" I II -
I nntiro IH irl/i that under xnd
by
--. .--.. .. vadc us spontunooimlv" and we hopeit bettering the nation's health by as i virtu I ,, of that:;: crUiln,1 deer n .<> of tart ltlun on- i'

1 will not it will not each us inIIIIH sitting}/ anil Hupplemi! 'ntinjr the Work tint.) in lh. Irciilt ('uurt fur Itm.lfnril, Count 7
'. l I : '"In.| in Chancery the i7th! of
"i on day i
I
>" from tiny\ of the infected coon of ollii\,',HI! health' authorities ', fi'tulM'r. HOD'. in nn fiction for pnrttton thrn Mo saved and deposited
} I tiis' us they 1 mi" all f.n away. and the "Tht Public' Health Service. mon in. ,n.,njtnw. whereto S. Sterling Price. Minnie( I f ..,5 {
disi, ,. ; than inn I I'ur i ,. (Urn 1'.1.. .<. Ilullnu. I.umt Price MeI l \ banK is wealth that P
will other
be
; :ist i pioliubly stamped/ out any nxenc-y probably, is in a
,4 k THIRDD I "Miin and her htixhHntl' It A Mrl ucftti. Mi | \
I,i'fi..,ic it can reach oui borders'' ,position to appreciate the usefufni i.,I if !I'rici. Ilorlon and hi'r hunhan l T JII '
\ worKsis
\1(1( ( every farmer" nrepare to plant and! aihievement' of this splendid! or- ..it,..11.. \1". | I'rio Vurni. and himbiintl.. J. I II 'I worKS Wealth that
IT 1'urnn. Lena I t''M. ltrunliy' ) nnil .I II''
I' \ : CROSS, ii, laigea pop of cane as possible- irani/atKin, because through the mostunwlflrih !11".r., art. cnmiilnlnnnl. and Will. Prlci> and capital. UnliKe brain and

text' ,vt'ar" The pneeof ratio products co.upi-rutKin, on the part of hiwife.. MHI-M. l'rii. Eli: J'rlcv. Inn !Hricc.Kf I
)",1 1 "I'rtci. I'. at') tile*.. Ornn-o I.I \VHIinmftMII t' muscle it does not wear out
I' will eontiniH-- to 1 he high Raw sugar the Ameiiean' Red rioss the 5ervkrhas I 'hr lie %VIII tam, Merle. IHipr.t-, 'nrrli DaI I,

ROLL CALLa and si, i'up, may be made, at home, but been enabled to accomplish many I ]I""i. ... ( hmiiitin.. Dui r.., ,und. Ida H,lie DuI I i I IOJ it1./ or ciett norate. It grows and
in' ore. ilirtinfuntH.. and by virtue of the :
I the sugar" factories "if the things it set out to do. or* \
springing up OV'I'th" t .It r .r thfHfild court thi....nflr made. the \. I
state will create nn active market "The war record, of the Red ('iosiis ,, unikrHivnid' HB CnmmiHttlont, will ..tr..r fnr 't improves.
I .il.. mad,I *ell I) to th<. hiirbtHt hlddrr fur cmth in i
for the itself nnd the |
cane buyers" will ton fresh in the mind of every , .
fit nt *.r the math ditoi nf thi cnurthmi-ip inSvtrl
.; NC'L'mb.rl (a 11. 1919 ,piobably, as is now done with oranges Arm'i'lean to require| comment from ,, e. Florida. during thi. legal hour of ...Ie. r The from labor i is
buy the canein the field' and me, hut, very" few have any adequate' ..1.n Mmidio.. the I-l day ,,f !Ko. mh..r. 1019 fLirlain f only gain

t do then own (lilting/ and hauling. i one-option of the J service rendered. by | ;t II t.h';;:::; to-wil I lint ,in 11..1(0.C..llnIY'i/ |' what saved. Labor therefore -

A. I Don't be afraid" of planting cane; if the He'd Crush during the pandemic. of i lot .1.11.I .... i",I' of SictUin 'I'hn. .0 (Cti North- and

the crops should not tuin out well I inllmir/M. u work whose r'coJ.lIitiOlIlIwall I r.. North-North maKes wealth ,

Time to Re.Join there will, 'at least, be plenty of seed laiKily nbscuicd! by the activities I UN.! uf South*'MHt tMnr'1-r) of Northwest :v iJ when wealth worKs it is
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I ;
I (cane which will sell I like hot calces.'I 1 ill I'lanee. It is. I cjuiiiti. r \XiHt Hi.If. of Northwcm Omtrtcr.. '
I I'f, lOr Southwi-t IJimrter South I < a xt' 'V.1 capital.
tuic- that (eomos SolllhuLful Uiiiirl.1.* nf ". >tl anon T. ni
I I one thinks what would l have- occurred. I i ilii.l North Half. Soiilhw;; '.-';l 'Uuiirti-r.- ; ; Ka-.-tllnlf I
Hi: .I'ARMKR: I IN 'I Hi': S\lIi|) : I ) of soulhttirit Quarter nf !Section. Rlftipn
in those trying ilnys, had it not been II I.;, NurthiHbt Quarter North hair of
I'y for I the Red C'rohs With the bulk of Northwest Qua rter of Keitinn Twenty-m at worK pays wages,
/ T Those Floridians who are disappointed As a comment on an editorial appearing ,i.i I nil In Ic.wmhlp Sivin IT) South Mange rgtCapital
: in the the nation's nurses" em duty with themilitaiv -rwrll.y."n.> flit East which when saved creates
,,1 bemuse they could not KO tot Telegraph a short time vngat. ,

Prince and, fight the Hun, should Jointhe ago the Gainesville Sun says: ,forie-H th..1ld and Cross to a large extentoveiseas into! I W F.. D4VIM. more capital. Labor Is the
Our friend mistaken stepped C. K
police) force ill Jacksonville. That is in believing AH.AIIN.
h the bleach With its ambulance corps, J. M. AI-VAIIF.Z. when labor sav s.
II 1. service will furnish them all tho excitement that the farmer is now ill A. producer
Comn'I..I.'w
nurses and volunteer workers in the
and 1 danger, they want the saddle.! Ho is not, if it be the .1 K F'UTCH
rte tx I Southern farmer we are speakingof. hospitals and! ill the homes the Red Sult.'lor fur, Compl..ln..n.. 11I.31.ftl.

floss performed a service! for which A
I. Savings bring independence. savings
The blind colored people of Georgia I Ameiican should OMMISSIONEKS SALE
every forever feel
tl Florida. have themselves In Flol' "u, the farmer has been servant.
and organized noliciIn
Hateful llinky given that under and by banK is a public
Highly and!
( efficiently or-
into a union. Wonder. what the bottom tail for a long time virtiii of that certain decree of partition
I If he raised, an abundant tram/ed, this splendid, machine stands made and entered in the Circuit; Court in and
their demands will be when clop
they KO fir suwanneu County Hnrldn In Channry,
ready today to again perform the
' on a strike, as they naturally' will ? emu from which he could! hope to "II the 27th day of AuuuM. A. D. 14111. of the
4 put himself, in good (condition same service,' ill case of emergencj"Ict '. '1 Mill Judicial Circuit; in favor of Nellie M One Dollar Starts an Account!
A "sight" of doubt. ,
('m, no me another instance. of Milton. ndminlHtratlx, of the ratate of L. W.
the prices have been sure to drop give Hilton. d...,....,". the undiralirned an cumminiloner .
t First strike than another in the and the poor fellow left with invaluable help rendered by the Red, ai appointoil 1 by said duon-e of nail!
one I'ross. Several I months ago the Public court will offer for Hale and Hell in front of
big Northern cities! evaporate because hardly enough to pay his freight Hi.. courthoinu door in Starke. Bradford counts
employer refuse the concessions nskd. He has been the prey of boll Health HI'I'vi"1Va" directed by t Morldn, luring the legal hours of Hale on BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
weevils and, coin weevils and of tongiess! to care for all disehaiged, I Mnmlny the h. day of Iltcunber, A. D. IDIfl.
j- I. A little backbone on the part of disabled soldiers, sailors and marines t t.. the hlirhfvt. and bent bidder, for ouch In
droughts. He had little
the employers will bring any strike moneyand and it is today treating thousands uf "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold"ESTA
I Bfi to naught now, since the strikers have little to sell when the war these The Quinine Thai Docs Not Affect The Head
broke out He found. it almost in hospitals at former army 11.ceuee" or .
lost the sympathy of the public. I hs took and laullve .If'ci. LAKA BLISHED 1889
1v impossible to get labor during the Camps, and in hospitals: especially tie-, T1VE BROMO QUININE (Tall 010) ran I-. token
signed foi this purpose! When this by anyone within reusing. n..u.n" o' :hl lotl
They are still fighting in a score of Will'VI! agree with our conten- I In thoteal. t.GI: .hl""I., '''k' Starke Fla.
jt' dilTeri-nt places in I'urope: And, nil poraiy, however, in one thing he new responsibility was given to the
Public Health Service, we found it a :
says: "An established former who -
,' long' as Americans me foolish enoughto cannot under most difficult,/ (problem, ., to secure" capable -
Rend provisions to them they will prosper present I
conditions has mistaken his nil nursese turned to the
continue to fight aTo get andpiosperity
"
pence
( loss and! that RI"I
I usUeel it lecruit
ling" We mean for the futuie
at home and abioud let us
musing/\ stulfs needed! in our .
S 1 keep our much needed provisions at There i is nothing,: now so promising .
home. as the. proper" pursuit of The response was most satisfactory
,IfY/; cultuie 1I1C1.j.'I'I and the. Red Cross has furnished us
--- -
Y The last two sentences of the Sun's : with highly trained expect! nurst'. '
The Anieiunn Legion force
n a lie-w '
criticism< aiknowledge, that its editor. with years of practical, 'XI"'I'.III''e.lBut
to be ret'koned( with It .consists almost I e
exclusively of soldiers of the agrees with us ill what we said. In the Red floss has not stopped!
V I there. It has put into tho hospitals
vvoild the past we have Leon only too well
war, young vigoious, |Patriotic
f men who will stand no nonsense" Th..il'firMt awaie of the funnel's elillie-ultles but I the smile kn.d of service for the pa1ticnts I' .

mt in Florida for the creation of W(- referred to the. present) time and which it .supplied! fur the soldnii -
e dlll'llIth.. war, II social ervit'
the outlook fm the future is till / '
took in
rA atmosphere place
"
a purer .
kt, Satasuta the other tluy when they more blight, It was in 1017! that the that i is of utmost< important in ,'v ery a

gave an "unilesnahlc. citr/en" notice farmer, by a .desperate leap, landedin wa>'. ;Moreover while doing! this. Red

the saddle of the steed Prosperity, floss sees to it that no soldier's fit nt-
to leave the to\\n This man had heeti '
dy sutfers fur anything while that IMPORTANT
anti in spite of all the buekjumpingof
a trouble!. maker, had miuh atsocia- (
the steed it eoulil nut unseat its solditi' IK 1IIIIt'l'ltoilltrPlltll1t'1I1/ and ,
tion with mfioes( and was notoriously
iint>atriot i tcI'ublisheiH. iidi-i It is now due I..tilt' enough to eat MU"'nt" lonal stud>'. ,I ANNOUNCEMENTTO
I.i I' out of his hand! This circumstanceis I -- i ei all tilts' ', i nnil, is mil} a smoltput

i pleasing to for | eif the progiam, of the Rc'd, Cross
us
who are waiting for a very many ita- OUR PATRONS
{ ,)... lower price of paper will waitnm.. sons--OIIP of these being that the Telcgiaph I I am espee-ially interested! to leuin .
has worked for its that it is pliiniu'd' to educate I a (larginumber '.
neciimplishment
An! it is, paper is lelitivcly. 'h"III'I'r I of public health nurses and AND THE PUBLIC
for
than many jears
tiny other commodity, am theforest i
aieas on which the paper makers We well renumber ,,11t'1I. ill the fall ,plaee one in e-veiy town and city in .

depend for supplyit diminished. of IDlli( the lint went forth that the the United !States: to instruct mother s

j South must work out its salvation in hygiene, house sanitation, dietetn sand
own
by several hundred acres tinily. Not I
that she touM the! care of ,ihildien and to give This will I =!
longer
rely
,\ only will paper' bet' )ale' higher in no on announce that I have
Iwalth nistriie' ''tions to tin 'Inldi"
> price, but if no good substitute, available the North. and\ West to feed. hei WeiciTunihcr i enthi
.t how pleased ull'l'rl' tu 'mselves11 this woik, of course,
\
see
found Mr. R.
large
in quantities| ran no employed M.
is to b<' limit WI'lItiOIl Tracy a
for the woods now used, for pulp paper how every' farmer leiire-d mole fond in iu''', with theiiif'erent .
how hind, number of their families health' organisations now inCMitciiio
will also become scarce.I' every -
worked, , even denying" thcmst-lves! not in i.umpet' I tu.MI with registered druggist, who will hereafter -

New York high society, which has the lelaxation to going to town Saturday them
llt'h u 1 pi o gram (s uf tin ,. have charge of the
.a always shown ieimanophtlu tendencies afternoons, also. how good. it most vital pre- I
1 leaked, to see droves of fat hogs and imp,''','ante at this time nIhil I take
undertook last week to defy pub
t" lic opinion! by reopening German eattle cverywhe-re. The priers of full. pleasure' ill eomn'endmg it to. ivet.vpeisnn .' scription work in my drug store.
interested. in tin control. ofptLwentable
stuffs was not the question then The
opera in that city. The authorities,
backed\ by the American Legion, for- great desideratum was to get something .diic-ascs and desirous uf

) V l bath the perforniam, but fruitlessly to eat at any price. ; promoting' ." human health am,) welfare Special attention will be givento

,mil, two riots was the result As The Southern farmer saved the day ,

.' {l the operas me not feibidden, by law and gave us plenty to eat. Kvery-: .\ACKCEAIiLK-;- -- -.--- the filling of prescriptions andI
( : St'IU'RISE"About :
they will probably run until stopped. I bndy is glad! because the, farmer is el"-l i I ,

mimmiinly. The includes I tug well and l knowledges. that he'deseives I solicit
/ share
-
opera company of this class of
J 10 the prosperity he has three years ago when I wassuffering a
l
.. \ Otto Cioritz, who i"i said to "Ul"tur..1.
Therefore let him sit erect from a severe cold on my
f have been one of I the jubilee singers in
after the I.usitunm ,Ii,," h'r. the ,,",Idl.'. He still has his troubles. lungs and coughed most of the time patronage. ,
,t of course, but 1"hilll look at the night: and! day I tiled a bottlo of

A has of l late vvoiId front mole than one viewpoint Chamberlain' Cough! Remedy and
.1 tendency developed
was surpil ed at me promptness.. with Many had
among editors of the I state to point and he will find that, compared with persons prescriptionsand
the rest of humanity his. own lot.. is. which it gave relief writes ;Mrs.

r.' out the' shortcomings anti l make suggestions m their comniunitiew for- the best. .;Many lames another Brown,has Clark been !Mills surprised, N. and Y.I I recipes on file with the late .


improvements writing nothing The but former praise,'practiceof led to J.1'K'ONtIl.L111.1l:; : I i': SIOLIv I e-d pleased by this with remedy.the prompt-Adv.relief ntTord ; C. P. Cason. We will now be

nowhere No (community is so perfect The Inteistate Moek Yard, Tnllevi.md .

,, ii J in u I o'ml, and cioiumikul, way avenue tcpoit on the local.. ...tc1I'knlllrk..t I able to refill these at time.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days any
that there is not room for
improvement. by \\illnimsim! & Dci'ius IM 11'

'' The newspaper man by common followstl : Druu 'n-fund. Hlu.it' :n' !If rdtnii P vZO or 1'rntniillo.t OINTMFNT; ;; fill fnll!

I consent is regarded as! the monitor .iMit HiciipU liitht I'riMipecU Mtaih I IUr 'v It,"unit,. 1 1'ileii and cai
('h"le" hxty . sit O"'I" 1 9poleeu.4a:'uup ,
and as long as he does not point
0.0,1; heavy . o 0"0'" ". - -- F. L. TURNERSTARKE
1 out faults there will be no improver It."h hnvy .__ _ S50(1Itoht. ." -
ment. 175 10 166 IIIlI . ___._ 600'")
41 Ikiosy 1,1" \III) II... to In Ile. Ii"'0' FLORIDA .
1.1.101 ptis. 1111 lb. down 6.?"torits. ,
I I That excellent paper, the Okeeihobeo to .. ,__ __-"- IaeTF'nl
raniu 10..... .. __ __." t.'ii,
News, in its last issue publishes 'tn"... pun, ____. 4 ''tea, 6000 7D -
a joremiado from a farmer about rats. Cattle Iten'Ipta 1,101.; Pru.p art err
I 4 ,, .. :"I'I Sent,\ 1 OQSto'
Ho seems to spend most of his tune 1'1.' ...... _. r, ""'II

and a food( deal of his income(, poisoninff I nulls _. --- ..._._.. .. I r. ',t "
Y.'nrli" _ __ e sssf '
r rats> which .destroy hw sweet po- It t.a -- .- seta SEALED TINS ONLY
tatoes. The name issue mentions a I Vu1: : calf, .-: p ::,: AT YOUR GROCERSMAXWELL
('n"".... _, Men'
farmer there who lately sold four 'Ih.\-!' rvr, I.... no".. 111.,1,.. nt'a
rows of sweet potatoes, each row fi'10:

c feet long. for $:16. .\ previous ii-' ,, .v.'. rasleluss chat Tankre.tore.Vttallty.lot F f'OiJSE:

sue> mentions a farmer who made 1000( ( / ...:'
cnerv by purifying cad COrf.
bales out of his hay cut. This shows ,' rithlorf: th. blood ,> .". .ui, uim fe..t.U Sin.i"tit*,> r L7.

I that the rats do not overrun the whole1 nliii.:: lavi \torut.. ? 'tf-t ."sASgrr. .eeava a.,
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA __ u_ ___ __ ___________ PAGE SBVEN
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j she will visit her mother. Mrs Isc1 express W. R. Brown Hague*, Fla. ,i No reasonable offer- -refused.- Terms 'i "

1 ley was accompanied by her friend .CLASSIFIED.. 10104t.* if desired.( Address M. F. McCook,

1 Mrs. Weeks, as far as Jacksonville. I 1051 Laura St., Jacksonville Fla. i
I Ii -l FOR:: :SALE; OR TUADB acres of I, 10-10-41.* 4 s
I'1 I Bits of LocalInformation i ADVERTISING I d
Patrons o fthe J. :M.[ Alvarez cloth I ]Inml with improvements m city of _
I.nko Butler Fla. Terms $150: .cash '
,
injr store are glad to see William II. WANTED
-' -- --- -- -- Renter or fur
iraliam( ; buck duty there after an $;(111()() on time. Lewis llodjjps, Glen cropper my
on ONE TENT A WORD FOIC RACK ISSL'K.!
farm :ii! miles of
west
1u I Tt.lh absence of several months. Mr. Graham I CASH IN ADVANCEAdvtrlUrmrntii St. :\llIr 's, Kla." It' I Lawtey;
Innprti-d nnilvr. thU head I good buildings; cattle on the place '
returns to become a co-partner I muNt be paid In advances No a..thomenl. and holts to raise on sh.irca. II. J. '
I Ir..e.i.o.r Tanr.. )..n.aa ..1lr11laJ J JWill I 'in, in.' business.M. ",. tar on. Iniirrtion arrrptrd for li-.. than 2f WANTED; -To buy, or soil 1 on commission -
r""P'U4 A. w C;....... .. T_ - -_.- ---- .. country produce chicken. Thomas, General Delivery, Jacksonville. J
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L...___ oI : M. Hale, a well' known citizen ofthe I'uR "r.EI..dl'l; : 1SUK Ford, touring /lICII.| | vegetables, potatoes pork. : .._ __ __ 10-21-2t.: - :
__ _ _ __.. .I etc. PrIces' on .:;
u -. . Worthington: section was a bul.OI I car; new tires, new top and in I I rency Rl O.I| Florida 11.Jnrkson.- FOR SALE-:My 100-acre farm four 1ry.," i
11))('"'' visitor to Sturke' last Friday first-class! condition cash terms.
I Kobe,it Oemorost, Jr., reached. here ; or \'iiiI'. Fla. 10-31-3m.: miles west of Starke on Starke- y''
- I This was :Mr. Hiile's first visit to Nut Williams Starke. 10-31-2t
!. I", 'in. md: \\ ::11 pearl the inter with I Kaiford, public road; sets of buildings ,q?;
Sturko in a lung time and, his frh.mlsw..re
You Be oneofAMillionWorkers Mi, Ai.ulu.Ji liaisitLMi while] he attends FOR SALE-One pair PolandChinapigs ; 05 acres under cultivation; .
greatly pleased to see that timeis W.\O-TEn--\I/l11:; : for farm work. Permanent 1
0,000 strawberry plants set and .
the B. 11. S. nine months old., Gilt will .J I
with him. I
I dealing so kindly employment.' Rising Pecan r
growing fine two good mules and .
;
I weigh 200 pounds, male 190 pounds.Price .
To Secure'(ambers t for :i :Mr. and :Mrs W. S. Yclvington, of chemists I Farm Starke' Fin. 10-31-lt* per pair one hundred and, fif feed enough to keep them until the
Our innniifucturintr (better next harvest season. All for $5000.J. .
Ha.-'t few ty dollars rl'lluctlon.Vritc or
ings spent a days with her no
TheAmericnl2ad Cross known ns moonshiners) lire said FOR SALE.16'- acres of land 1H | E. Norman Route 1. Starke.I ,
parents Judge and :Mrs. Geo. A. Gar- I come to see M. I"). Price Graham,
I !\ direr" lust week. to have succeeded, in making booze miles south of Lawtey on public Fin. 10213t. I". 10-21-fit.
from the sweet feed and beet pulp used l. j
roa< Good! room house and two -
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t ,I for mule feed. Those who havetasted good wells.", J. 1I. McMillan. FOR( S.\l.E--10-acre t : flll'1Iubout\ nor 1,
I I 10-17-3t. FOl1ND-A small bay mare mule
Dr. J. II. Srlden" principal of Law-
the concoction believe thatsiunlspul's I
i iI mile from business. street in Starkd
I with white rings around each foreleg
i ii r'' M |I tI'y dated I school visit paid Saturday our office and an enrolled appro- |I! 1 '] of the and cockleburrn arcalso I:I WANTED:: -To buy pine wood, split, weight about 750 pounds l has on Starkc-Mclrose road!; 8 acres under ..
ingredients. :
1 1.. 1 himself as a Telegraph subscriber. I part _________ .._ ___ ______ _. I in six foot lengths. We will do the taken up at my place. Owner may cultivation and 2 acres in piistuiv I 11'l;
; r. hauling. Quigley Lumber' & Supply] have same by paying for feed and i ; new wire fence; 5-room house; t,
1 \Ve are closing out our line of Co. this advertisement. J. E. Clemons, "iO pectin tries, 0 bearing; 2 "deep' ( i
.I "1'111' Kirhting: Americans, as told i Ladies und Children's Hats at -. --. --..--- ---- Urooker Fla. 10-10-tf. \\dls supplying abundance! of good! ..I llbatrl. '
If.' in toy and. song, is the first attrue- I' !>Iioi cents each.. StuirpV.Something . ..-.- I \ One of the bent. small farms I
\VANTED-C.irl
Vfol Now Aftour 't. for office work. PI'C.f.'r
unietr I >ai of the I I'; -i urn. High school audi ,
in I? Staffer.asssg
who FOR SALE-The Sydbolen() cottage on [loriilii. n.{ I'ri-vutt.' i.
one can typewriter. Apply
use
\ Nov. 3rd. ,
torium.lnnduy"
>: Chapter! HeadquartersThird : :; i is expected to drop tonight 1 Cherry street, including three( lots. )o.I1--It": J
----- I Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., '
II III (Hallowe'en. night). Hut be --- ---- 1j
Red frCS5 PoOH Call 1 Starke Fla.
I lion't forget!! the first attraction of careful, boys, Chief Kite lain carried j

I I 1 t 0"'. .. Lcr2-II .1 tinAlkahet. Lyceum System, "The I un almanac in his pocket for a month
]I \1'ighting Americans," nt t the school FOR SALI'-I I 1.1 months old thoroughbred -
1 12 and knows the date. ]He I and hK deputies (
... .,. PurotJersey boar. Will sell ... a Ma't t, 4m
auditorium :; ::11"1.! -
lIondar.Oov.
.. ..
-" =_. ----I--_-_ ;;:! =:-:= j i are apt to drop ,down on you if Charlie ,
cheap. It. Cooper. Starke.
you don't \play your \pranks with cau t tI tI tI ti
--- - -- i :Mi.1 :M. 1'cftit and,; children, of tion. 10.3141'WANTED

Supt. and Mrs. E. !R. 1'oppell( \ I spent I Alachua, are visiting at the home of ---

> indny in. Urookcr. her parents, :Mr./ und :Mrs.' J.V.. An- WANTED
AuiJluol'e: ai ,rived( in Starke, .
i drews.Men's. PECANS-AH grades and varieties,
Wednesday. night after absence
Florida and Georgia seed. J. -' an send samples! for highest market
rye l .
of months with the
I army overseas.Mr. '
I
Monkey Skin Work quotations. Notter Candy Co.,
I Kickliter. 1031lit:!
: Moore has been with the of
Shoes 1.79!) at Stump's. army Jacksonville, Fla. 10-17-81
occupation in Germany for several

I 1). Boree, of Jacksonville' ) spent the months, until he was sent to the hospital I
I This, drypleasant weather shouldbe FOR SALE-Cabbage plants, leading'
w"k-l'nd in Sturku. at Brest France for medical
taken advantage of for patching varieties. Stocky well rooted. Liberal -
treatment. lie is now fully restoredto
or renewing the rcmf covering of your count. Prompt shipments byE I
:Mrs. D. E. Knight i is, visiting friends dwelling health.

III Jacksonville this week.

R. Burrows has been putting in a The Quigley/ Lumber & Supply Co. ErA '..JI

"The Fighting Americans" :Mondayat "visible" gasoline tank in front of his have \provided themselves with modelsof I E E. Frelick Hdw.Furniture & i
the School auditorium.W. vulcanizing establishment. This tank all sorts of outbuildings, showing I
construction and dimensions also literature
is both ornamental and costly. I
Ellery Davis wan in Hampton (jiving/ directions for all kindsof Community

Wednesday, on business.", The Starke Ice Company are putting building It is /given free to those LI

in new fire doors and door casings interested, whether they buy from Co I of Homes j.
Roger D. Wells, of Jacksonville under their boilers and making the company or not.

was a visitor to Starke Wednesday other improvements. "
I As dealers in lumber and othtr
Now is the time to buy Ging j

T. II. Rimes of Lake Butler had Messrs.! Horace Wilson and Allan hams for the Children's School Roofing _U. h _ __ . .$ 3.00 I %r building materials we are in business -

business in Starke Thursday. Canova, students at the University of Dresses. Ginghams 25 cents a Best Grade llamas ___ _____u 1.40 .
Florida, Gainesville, spent the weekend yard at Stump Traces u .__$1.10) 1.25 I to supply the people of this

F. F. Stump the dry goods merchant in Starke with homefolks. Back Hands . .uh._ .83.:>> I / city with these articles But our desire -

was in Jacksonville Monday on E. N. Anderson< formerly of Brook- Brooms. _____ ._. ___u._ .75 I
business. Little] Loiselle Turner of Dinsmore, of Bradentown in Starke : is more than just to sell them.
er now was Buggy Harness . ___17.50 22.50

is staying/ with her grandparents! Rev Friday. :Mr. Anderson was troubled Bridles _ ___u__ _____ 1.85: 3.0S:>> I| It is to have this community one in which family ovvnsits own
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at and :Mrs F. B. Johns, and has entered with a nervous affection and was told every
Handy Brymer's 103tf. :Mrs. Hamrick's kindergarten class. by his physician that he coulj not be Cups and Saucers ._ __ 1.00 1.50 dwelling community of homes---not houses.
Plates _ .. 1.00 1.50
cured unless he would live near salt
Col. J. C. Poppell returned Tuesday Messrs.: A. [Dukes the founder of water. 1 He has /greatly improved in mack Corn Shelters ____. 3.2I;) Home ties are stronger and there is greater contentment in such a y I;

from Citiinesvillrwhere! he had! beenon Dukeand J S. Howard, naval] stores health and likes his, nphome well '
"
Little children the theirs real
that is
legal business operator of that place] were" in Starke hut intends to return to old Bradford We have the city. grasp significance of the fact a r y'y'I

Thursday. BS soon us his health is fully restored. larg- | home. It becomes linked with fond memories and associations whichare "
:Mrs. L. A. Davis'Sr., of Fernan- .
dina is visiting nt the home of her Will Moitt one" of StarLe's well est line of stoves in carried through life.. 0"k

son, 1.. A. Davis. I known nnd popular young/ men, haaccepted "
Hcv. c.V.. Inman the beloved pus' Thrift is engendered and induced through saving for
a position us book-keeper, in town prices $15 to prosperity
tau of the :Methodist church of this
W L. Overstroet prominent merchant the Bradford County Hank.Men's ,
such home. Taken collectively community of these homes is better -
of Law toy, had business in city, who has been' sick for some timein a a
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a sanitarium in Jacksonv'lle."' returned stable than its less fortunate neighbor. /
Starke Tuesday.Mr. Dress Shirts, ITi centsto more permanent, more
home Friday evening!! List. It

: and Mrs. D. L. Rigby spent $2.50 at Slump's.I'uwcll is. a !great pleasure to his friends $75.We | Our business is a part of this community. That is why we want to r

Sunday in Highland with relativesand & Powell lately received I four und and child this means in :MonticHIo[ every man, see woman his appreciateyour sell to home builders and encourage home building. j I .,..
friends. nilload.of, ( clay cups which means
that they intend to greatly extend pleasant smiling/ face again and to I II'

(visitor'..I. I D E.to Knilht11"Jacksonville u and professional CJaines- their. naval] stores" operations 1 t next season not hear quite his earnest regained", cheery his former voice strengthbut lIe has business Quigley Lumber & Supply Company /r'r's

\ 111,. during the week. is much improved and looks well. I'
and hearty. Monticello News. i}
- tl
Messrs. C S. Durling, J. :M. Truby =
II,'. W. E. :Middleton was attending and T. S. Williams have made, big COFFINS CASKFTS -<;25iffi 5'l5'2.5 52.SZ< I IWJ

/ to professional business in the shipments of potatoes during the DEATH OF [INFANT:;
And full line of 5
a 1//
Graham section Sunday.W. week.N. STARKE HOUSE

.\ little son of :Mr./ noel) ;\.t(.is. L. F. Undertakers': Supplies

M. Wainwright left last week B. lhll has planted his lot northof Goolsby, of .Ineksonville, died Saturday Automobile. Hrarii 'I M. M. GEORGE, PROPRIETOR

for :Miami where he has accepted a II, Jo:. Knight's in rape. Rape is afternoon at H hospital there. The Always on hand.. The bestr! 'J
position with the Armour, Co. good for all kinds of stock and, should 't'.muinK1'1'.. brought/ to Starke Sun
"ice lowest : Transient and Rates
at the price !Sppcis.ltentn Weekly |
be planted, more generally day to Rev p. :M. Rigg Mrs. (;001.b ..- I.
Ninety days Texas rust: proof. and, !being his daughter 'and( were interred I ', >n t. _t telegraph order

Fulghrum ont seed.! .1. I.'. Kickliter. :Mrs Sydney Johnson and little Bon, at Crosby ,'...m..t'ryonrlny.: CALL ST. :-: HONE 152 BJaras / ;
10-81-21.: of Waldo, spent' Tuesday at the homeof _._ __._. ---- i I II) "gtilefP.fl] ! Embalmer J

her parents :Mr. and :\rq. W. H.Struth. C \IJI (THANKS. I I 'i I V"/TT-C./ "JONES aresEsasHsiisrasHsasrasasBsThe' .'C52.525'252S25252525252.i25i2! J

Bermuda onion "sets, rye, oats and .
other seeds arriving at White's. 17-3t -- ----- We take this "')POI tunit v t ti thank I i I Starke. fl:1. I )1f c
_
A J. ...rim.. and l family !have /returned the many friends" who assisted us in' . -=- -- ... ..- -:- ---= --- \-
:New; syrup i i. on the market. Ira to Starke after spending/ several the sickness and death of our loving .

Andreu, who lives just west of Starko, months in Jacksonville, where :Mr. husband, and father, ;Mr. J. W. Mar- /

is the maker. firidis was n foreman. in one of the tin. :May Ood's richest blessings !I... Checking Account
,
shipyards., upon each and every one of you. I .
:Messrs. J. L. Ilnrrell: and. James Mrs. Lena :Martin MS; ; .1. G.! Boyd. I DAVISAgency 'l\
Godwin; of Lawtey, were visitors to New hue of Men's Soft Felt :Mrs. T. M. Campbell.: I I I .

Starke Thursday morning./ flats $2.5010 $1.00, at: Stump's.E. - -.- ..-.-- Eat. 1886 1
NEW RIVEKw
Clifford Tatum left the first of the -. W. Turner of Macclennv.. is here I Kvery man's: time is reckoned i in !: }

week for Charleston, S. C., having accented this week in the i interest of the :Macclcnny .;\ River" Oct. :31.-A fine baby INSURANCESTARKE dollars and cents. I lie should strive
a position with Swift & Co. I nurseries. A large/ number of girl was born to :Mr. and :Mrs Cu-l I a I
to breath etlicient. anti thus
our citizens are placing orders with Wynn Wednesday.Mrs. more

:Mrs. R. E.: (Gahagan/ of Savannah, him fur pecan trees. : Hettie Berry is visiting relatives ; save: time. ( I,.
(;ia., is visiting at the home of her nt New (River thin week.
father Mr. L. C. Powell ThE'"oman's Club will inert Thurs Mi.Allie Johns has 'been, visiting I 4
The first
should he
day Nov. 13th: at 3:30: at the residence !' relatives in Starke for the [mat ten I I move to open a i;

.J. :M. Fralick a well known citizen of Mrs. A. M. Darby. The prarI : lays. hank account. Thissystemati/es his I t; '

of Providence was a /guest Tuesday, at I I rom will be under: the direction of E; A. Xwefiringen made, n 1 Miciness I We Know We Sell The Hest! Seed business transactions from the
Fralick. trip I" Valdosta (; : : start.
the home of his son, J. O. Mrs. A. 7. AdVins civic chairman 11., Tuesday.MIH.
[ Jessie Thomas, of Luke )Hut- I FOR FLORIDA FARMERS establishes l basis
----- ----- ---- a > for credit, and increases -
II. 11. Wasdin, of the Graham section :Model Auto Top Company. Upholstering her, was visiting relatives at New i Our reputation of years
was transacting business in Heat covers and painting. All River last week. I his standing: in the com
ly-Test
Starke Wednesday.State work guaranteed. Third street and We arc sorry to report the illness I II I. assures our quality. tilllllttl'.
SLND FOR FALL CATALOGUE AND
Evergreen': Avc., .Jacksonville:\ i,I nt :Mr. Donald Adkins. I
Attorney A. V. Loner and Col.W. I.ex'iton. Proprietor. 10-MI-tt.: i,, ;Mrs. John Kelly \isiting relative / PRICE LIST U'e invite
I I especially
We with conditions/ 'checking: ac-
familiar
T. Weeks!' were visitors to Gainesville .... at Johnstown this week. are planting
Tuesday.Mrs. A lOO-candle( light has been furnished I'1 I Mr. and :Mrs. Alfred McKinney" of perhaps we can help. you. Write u*. l'Ollnts.onc; : too forte: for our facilities -

----- ------ the bed chambers of Hotel d" Gainesville, wore visiting their sons, 'I A. MARTIN Stall LIJMHANr and none too small/ to Ila'eour
: Rebecca Alvarez has returned Kite. The inmates will no longer Charley and Roy McKinney last week.
home otter spending the summer in wage! battle with pink ruts!' and rod An infant was born with four teeth, 'I Jacksonville f llcrid.i appreciation and very careful

New York with her daughter :Mrs snakes in the dark. -two of which were jaw te>'th-to a attention.Bank.
James Frazee. ----- -- colored' couple by the name of Hum- I'! ------- --
Nt'xtInnday: will be a busy day phrcv Thursday. tDt9D( mNCt17tDCR.1C1taQ7D6tti' (

Special prices on all Ladies: ahout the courthouse. Both of the Tfie frll'ndof !Mrs. Carrie Wym, Monuments and lunbstcnES
Oxfords and I'umps at Plump's. county board. will he in session and will he glad to know she it, impro'viri; *

.1 the circuit court will convene for the nicely after her serious illness. f S. M. DRICCERS, Lake Butler

W..11. Graham returned! last Thursday fall term.
from Spartanburg S. C., where' Habitual Constipation CuredIn Agent( (for of Starke
14 to :21 J "ays"LAXf'JS
he was employed during the summer I Peel prane I'leachinj. 1 yirdwi i Valdosta Marble Works
months. .!... :2.1: cent a > ;ird. :Stump's.Mrs. 1 WITH PEPSIN": U a gpwially.
I ---.- prepared SyrupTonic-Laxative for fl.ibitualConstipation. Years of Satisfactory ser The Growing Hank
[It relieve promptly but
Star Price of Kingston/ I'a. who' ; [ D. B. Lseley, of Balboa Canal should be taken regularly for 1 11 to 21 days I vice-Latest Designs to select E.S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White. Cashier I
has been visiting his rant1l11other,1'Irs. Zone who has been visiting at the to induce regular action It Stimulates'" I
A. Price left :Monday, to return ] home or Mr.[ ami ;Mrs. R. A. Weeks!' Peculates.! s Very Pleasant t'. Take. 60t ''i from. J

to his home. left Friday fur Wnycros. Ga., where tr hottle! CQ t1ltQfQiDtDD01111010tDmrpwp( -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAI'II, STARKE. FLORIDA .'IUDA'-. UCTUBHK 31 1911

i .p PACK EIGHT - ----- --- __ ____u__ _. -- --- ---
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; Satur-I: --:Wise 1'uilKCLt visitor tothe ('nt... f FLAIM5EEElarbee Linsvy Futch Tom Thornton, Trm.
: Icy was u
;
II Hill 1.n:'; 1|: of !\I und :Mrs. I I. Johnson 'I \ Thornton, Willie GrilTU and 11.1., ,.
county scat Saturday.Joe :Messrs. Frank Uevill and Joe Camp I I I
visitors to I Raiford ,
; | Philley were Vf
m iayi ;Mr. Kierce of Midway\ ., wan a bunli Hull, of Sampson City was a of. Bellamy spent the week-end here, Oct. :ill.-Ellison RosieeI I .,. "Ins.Miss.
iII hland. Oct. HI.: --Chun. Thornton i I here Monday. I visitor here Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bevill. was a visitor to Raiford Tuesday uf'l .
:: of Jacksonville, representing the i ness' visitor I of ThanksWe I ternoon. Annie Poslcy was a visit." '1)
Card
; ',. Jacksonville, 1 :Mr. und :MrsH.. Whitchurst" Jim Dyad, of Williford, spent the l.awtey Wednesday.
r I Thornton Candy Co., of nuke.londRY: i wish to thank the many:! friendsof week-end hero with his family. :Mrs. Futch and daughter ;Mi.-- '
i' '1....". was a business' visitor Friday. ,, shopping in S. Green and nephew '' I Sampson:> City fur their untiringefforts : I :Maud, were visitors to Miicclenny: on I i ;\11,.'"('.' Annie l'uslvy; Victory I; I'I'i
Wilbur Morrison of Jacksonville, Airs. Jno. and kindness during the last ) :Messrs. Frank Abernathy, L. C. Tuesday. i ier lint! :Marie: ; pn-ley. were visitmf'.arke ; '
, here with I'eluti11I,1 I Samuel Green; were quests IIf11': andIr' I Smith and Oscar Knight left Saturday< I I Fridayi ,
\ spent Sunday his mother, '1 :\ ". P. P. Pekle Monday : illness and death of our mother, )11'11'1 for the East: Coast where they have :Mrs. M. C. Rosier and Lacy Green; (
back by :
was accompanied Miss :Mae Puke delightfully entertained J.P.i Hall. May God's, reward I' are on the sick list this week i \| -.if.. II. II. Harris and Loin n .
necepli'd posilion.George
e' Mrs. M. Morrison, for a short visit.tuen all in Hit i kingdom above.Signed u I'i- wenvisitur .
> tn Raifonl .Satin. ,
: 1 f' folks Saturday you I
of Mims. wavi.- a number" of ycunjf I (: Stone, of (Oothais i> :MPMKIW.. W. Fcrniil: < )Pdhei1Sapp. )
, ) .J. 1lIal1, Mrs. C. A.Younirblood Kill l'alTIhU" visitor ,
E..l\tnn. those ( ) hl're'j"1 : a (t. I
Among present '
afternoon. iting his family.Mr. \\ F. Fi'iirnside, and ''i; W Rnier "
} itor here Sunday i Mr. J. Grillin.: ' .
1 stiltsI
i .t t
K. and :Mildred l II I I ;
t e few duys were :Misses Elsie I: _ _ ; were visitor' t too Rmfi-nl, Wi' .
F.) M. Crews is spending' a Yarhornuirh., Hedieireen. I -- I : and 11"11.Iurphy" : Price( left I I !'hillewas, u visitor, . 1 ,
, r .; with .relatives in Starke.h I (G''lisnie.'' ) Georgia! Etta: Water '' WOODLAWNWoodlawn :'; Sunday for Jacksonville where they I I day afternoon ,imvilleSunday.Calomel .
( : Penrl I Roberts,
butler
+e Ernest. Williams, of Lake will visit relatives and friends., I
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.
( r has, been relieving II. C. Wimberlyfor Vidii Pekle Thflmii Armand FI..tt'hl'rIl'"r", Summers:\ Jen" ,I i Oc-t.) :HI.-S. T. Starling, :Mrs.\ Will McKiver was in Hampton I
Pukle,
Erwin:
'. V.. several days. business. :':: and :Marion. Waters Jas. Nessmith. ,I who is employed at Citra, is spendinga I Wednesday. 1 1I
1 Wimberly made a : ,
e II. C. and'I Ardell Prawdy, :Math and Pesmond i a days here with his family.J. Remember Christian Endeavor every -
Wednesday
: trip to Jacksonville, > Pukes, Tommy Fred und, Frank I ft. Browning and daughter Miss Sunday evening at 8:30.::!
u ,
J Monday. Miss Win i Chancey Mr. and Mrs. Seth Koberta, CJertie; were visitors to Starke SaturIday. Miss Lizzie McKiver, of Georgia,
; and
,;. wit Mrs. II. C. Wimb'-rly Clue week-end athomy i :Mr. and' :Mrs' I F. U. Prawdy, Pitt W. ; I is here visiting her brother, Will Mc-
' II l.: Ifn.dViml.l'Iy spent' Sunday, I, Pinkston. Mr. and !Mrs.' 1). L. Phillips attended Kiver.

;, attuning to Lawtcy : Mrs.I K. f:. Parrish and son Kussoll prayer meeting at tho home of Mrs ,, Miss: Mabel McKinney, of Louise: I

::1 p k''S night SunT were guests of :Mrs. Mollie Par I.. Sapp in the Wateroak section Friday attended church here Sunday evening -o,
John ;Mari of Hamilton spent I ni ('ht.I t e'4

'. day here with relatives.Messrs. I' rich :Monday at I n. It. Browning was a bu..ine"'j"i.- s
is working
T I Dyal' of theGulf Jno. S. Green, who
i ; Puxton and' Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
Johnstown, spent the week-end,1 withhi" tor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
I 14 Refining: Co., and Htrinllf1l0w-j I Miss Lola Welch and !Mrs. n. G. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove th.
here.Mr '
., Padgctt ('".. respectively' family Samuel Green, who has been :Moody are in Jacksonville visiting cause. There Is l. only one "Bromo Quinine." 'DISCARDED
+ ville, were transacting business here i I I : friends relatives I E. W. GROVES signature on boIL Sac r
left and w
several ,
his uncle for days
visiting
I >
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Friday. j I I for Lake City. I). L. Phillips was a business visitorto AS
afternoon
Wilkinson, arc ;Monday
:Mr. and :Mrs.! C. I'; I
,
to of a little non born Dewey Puke visited, Midway Sun the State Farm Thursday LIFT OFF CORNS!
the proud parents
I I day. Eodus Green of Jacksonville, spent! ,
Thursday.Messrs.. last! week here the truest of his parents 1 salivate1: It's mercury. Calomel
I.olllln 1 Lem Pukes> were
and, JiiniesWilliams Mesdames! <
;Marr
,. : 1'cI\\1I1'I1: West Jacksonville visited j I I !shopping in Lake Butler one
of Mr. and !Mrs.! E. Kite, uf Raiford. Apply few drops then lift aore.
into with
relativehere I""t'k.. calomel comes contact sour bile it
spent Sunday here, !guests of their
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o ('urlVilkin"oll was a visitor tohukennville ,' 'JHKRKSSA: : daughter, Mrs. T. B. Browninj touchy corns off with crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea.

Wednesday.
S. A. Bryan of Sturkc, was here Supt. E. R. Poppell of Starke visited fingers I
TK'Hiluy looking, after the Seaboard's/ I I Theressa' Oct. :HI.-Rev. 1C.: Dickens our schools here Thursday.J. Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 Irr

f Intel rit tn.George. : of Lake City, filled his! anointment S. Norman attended the meeting I

" ; Wilkinson and Andrew : here at the Baptist church Saturday of the Central Association! at Brooker you feel bilious hoiul.icliy.< con end without making you kk, you

i U Crews! were in Lawtcy Salurday.Dr. !i and and Blanton
.
; K. :M. King
) (G.: W. Brown of Lawtcy. was u I of the J. S.! U. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez, of I I to your druggist and get a bottle of If you take' calomel today you'l:
Owsley, employes
j , professional, visitor here Sunday at Jacksonville wore. here with home- the Rising/ !section, were the !guest of I Dodson'a Liver Tone for a few cents be lick aid naiueatcil< tomorrow; "bu.

I W. M. Wimberly, of folks during the weekend.Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. I). U. Browning Sunday. which in a harmless vegetable subtttuto Bides, it may salivate you, while if
spent Sunday here will Gaimvilll"j Miss Ailene Reynolds spent Saturday -, take find.on's Liver Tone
.. --.-- : W. T. Wallace was n visitor to for dangerous cn 1 ome I Take you you
r and Sunday at Evergreen/ the : will wake up feeling great full ute
FIVE: MILK:\ : : Starke Wednesday.Mrs. guests of relatives. spoonful and if it doesn't start
I : p. W. :Moore and (children of ambition and ready for work or play
( I --- Friends of 1.. I Hampton, were home during the weekend. Wednesday night, Oct. 22nd, a your liver and straighten you up H i i'II harmless, pleasant soil life to
)Five Mile Oct. :il.-
large crowd. !gathered lit the home of better and than calomel
quicker nasty
give to children< they like it.P1 .
1 learn I Ihe ;
G.: Johnson will be pleased( to I Rev and :Mrs.! I n. L. Phillips to celebrate
G. W. Ilinson visitor to Mc-
wait a
in health since
is much improved i her 59th birthday. :Music was I

I tt ', his Mrs.return' Addis,from Illume Jacksonville has returned. | Rae Messri..1.'f Sunday., Padgett. Jim Koon and ;I furnished Debbie! Phillips by Misses and 'Oasie Ailene Prevail Reynolds it L ,4 O 3" rA" "' t1" ti ""' "N1

: 1 f"mIII, extended,I visit with relatives wife were visitors to Waldo, Sunday.Mrs. being much At !9:3O) '! '
LI ,t In Taylor rnunty.I 1 W. A. Jones and ;Miss Kstelli I I"ola"d all very invited in the enjoyed. where :tables I $
were yard
I I Russell and, Ranee Parrish returned ( \\' worn visitors! to Hampton on had been spread with delicious I 1 $ Selling At Reduced Prices

:Monday from n tour of South FlnriduIt Saturday. Doesn't" hurt a bit! Drop a littleFr..zon4
refreshments. Those ''
I, a P. W. Moore was among the visitors I' PI'I''l'nt'It'l'e on an aching corn instantly

A1t' "spent Mrs.the CarriiIllume week-end: hate, of with Palatku relatives. .to the county metropolis Satur ,and:Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.Buddie, 1) .B.Stnl'lin"11'Browning" : and:Mr. that right corn out.stops Yea hurting, magic, !, I then you liftit i i I \\ 'e: are cutting the prices of *

6-h' I day. Mrs. T. B. Browning, :Messrs. O. E. A tiny bottle of Freezono costs" but a
.
I) Mrs Florcin-e Gainey, who ha :\1.. .. 13. Fink) and daughter, Clara, ,I Rhiiden, Carl Prevail, Ivu Thompson, few cents at any drug store, but U sufficient goods not because we want to $
I have returned to their home in Jacksonville
been visiting relatives here for two I Ossie Prevatt, Marvin Thompson, Rai to remove every bard corn, soft
II I after a few days' visit hereat corn, or between tile toes and the but
wri'ln, left Tuesdii, ; I i her home lit I ford Browning, Earl: Rafuse 101:lam corn because we want the
money
the homeof ;Air anti 1 :Mrs.' C. A. calluses, without soreness. or irritation. t ,
II Okahumpka. Rhoden Misses, F.lvn: and Nancy Starling PrernHie i in the sensational discovery
I Yountrhlood.Kilmer '
li le Mrs.I Kflie liroiiM'ii' of 1 I\M4iriinci. >. j Alma Hatusu, Bessie IJubosr, of .a Cincinnati gcniua. It l is wonderful1JoT I to pay on our bills.
,I i is visitmir; relatives and friend/ here.I Woodard who is employed Mo/i'llo: ; and Morine Browning. Irene p

'I't' f 1 I1." 1'I : Pekle;; and family vlttitod lelatives near" Sanford, spent Saturday, and I Rhoden, Ail nl' Reynolds, Debbie Phil- I We sell the Famous DiamondS

tl i near I.nkillutlcr Sund.iy. Sunday here with his !mother :Mra. S. I lips and the bout and hostess. :Mr. and I $

1 I 1 Five Mile school is prup,'ressIi I II. Woodard.Mrs. I j :Mrs. I). I.. Phillips. At eleven o'clock LEAVE STARKENo I Ii lour .2-llb. sacks 1.50(

I'! 1\,1 nicely under, the ellicient nianinfemenlof : .J. no. Phillips was! a visitor to i nil left for their homes, voting/ thanks>:l 'f tin at f

{ Mi... Mae; McKinney: and I'r.if. 9'. Hampton Saturday I I to their, entertainers and wi"hinlCh's.:\ .
sack l 11. 75 in wood bbl.
K.: Otkle.l > I I.eon Lee, the telegraph. operator i i Phillips many more happy birthdays., per per

4"" :\1t'IIIIII.IIIUu', ; Drawdy) (nonniiWhitehunl ; from Baldwin, accompanied by friemVn -- ----. ---- Need to Seek Afar. The EvidenceIs

r ,.,: '\, I.innie I'arrish, >tissesIdu ' from Jacksonville, "spent' the weekend I GRAHAM! at Your Door. i $ We are cutting. the price of all $

Winnie lilumevere ,cue-ts at Lakeside the of his -
and guests parents I' :No need, to leave :dtarl-t'i hunt up
'r of Mrs. 1' 1'. Dekle) Monday., Mr. and'I Mrs. :M. W. Lee. i Graham: Oct. :HI.-Chesley )Fogg proof. IIPCIIU.SI.* have 1 n I here. at I our goods as low as we can.
you
, ,fr :Miss, Norma Deklu was the mistt. :Miss Elsie Owsley and brother, made u business' trip to Hampton on $
home Tho slralghlforward state I
) of Miss Mae Puke Sunday. Charlie, were visitors to Hampton on Monday. mutt of u Starke resident like that \\r re have a car load of good
ill :Mr. and :\11'". Khett I Prawdy I Mr. Saturday.Miss< j ; > i
and Mrs.I J. I II. Whitchurst were the :Maude WcKwen: who is leaching Rey-nolds I, given below hears an Interest for every cooking stoves of all sizes.
iiiuti. woman or clultl here In $
S j4 R'u..t" of Mr.: and Mrs. I!. I.. Puk I school at Sapp' spent the weekend R. Jones, Chesley Fogg" David Kelley Stark. $

5unday.Mrs. here with homefolks. 'anti Green Cail were in Hampton on We
.'r" () J lirillin. of Krliuliii mill have just received of
: I'. I'. [PeMe) wus a business, visitor Hen Hall left Sunday night with business Tuesday.W. rup.| ft a car
t
W.iliiut ,
St.
mind cotton gin, :N says :
'. to Lake Butler. lust week.Mr.s. Kilmer Woodard for Sanford, wherehe 1'. Byrd was a business visitor I
"A few )t>,"'" ago I IVIIH luivlim conHldemhln ; table salt.
., : Klein Kdenlii'ld:, was the guest will spend awhile on n combined to Sampson City Saturday.The trouble with my hunk andkidneys. t

j'1( >f Mrs. 1'. P. Pekle Friday. business and pleasure trip. death angel entered the home .

"' :f MISs Adel Herndon ill i the charming. Dr. W. K. Middleton, of Slarke, was of :Mr. and Mm. Curl Jones Sunday .painful mid..My\II back didn't lierume lake sore much and to $ Just received a car load of wirefencing. $

:;: r.t" house truest of !Mrs. Ada. Pukes this! in town Sunday afternoon. night, tak';'>ir awu)' their infant babe. cause it to twitch. I felt achy andart
is werk.C.co.. 1' II. Neal and family are exp"t.tinjt It was laid to rest in :Santa Fe ceme .
in muscle of my umlj m 1id
f : \\'. Johnson visited Palalka to leave one day this Week for It'ryIonday: afternoon. every I $ t
the kidneys' acted proved theywean
last week returniiiK Friday. Haroms, Point where they will residein Messrs.I Jas. Reynolds, David) Kelly, way in n my weakened c'ondillon, 1 tlluk110an'K \\' e have fcw more good bug- t
I P. I. III II nil' went t<> JacksonvilleThursday the future. Chesley Fogg and, C. B. Roberts made ,
I 1,111111'PIli" tat )got tmiii'Mll!I Into
on business. :Miss Until :McKwen: was a visitor t to a business trip to Jacksonville Wed ; I gies.
li>
t relief Soon tintrou > entirely'HsiipponriMl $
} I Klder:1, .las. l.indsey. of Alachun Hampton Saturday.C. nesday. '' $
\ : I lire' hud no neiirrenci' -
i county and Thus. Itin",... of Worthington A. Youngblood is on the sick list Riley Wtisdin made a business tripto '
uf tincoiiipl.ilnt Mine( I \Vc
closer
I I' : (pit.-ed through Five, :Mile on at this writing. Hampton Friday. Trietide. lit .ill ,ilfiili-rs< DDII, I # are making a priceon

; :Monday., Hen: Sasser Sidney and Calvin .Frank Neville of Hidlamy, was here pimply ,."k fur < k.diK'.v remmlyRet, '; Suits and Blue
I .1.( .use (;allll')', IIf C'i'nter Hill I is vie Trn-sl spent' a few days last week nt Serge pants
I. .: Friday. I l fnun') 1 Ki'n: < \ I' ''I- the nin' that
.' ilinir relatives' hurt this week.I Smith's. lake fishing.
Mrs. Riley: Wasdin" has returned :Mr 'Irlll'n: I h, I "I', +I' i M i hum Co..
H. F (laine :Mr. Amnndu (CIII1I; <'\ ..J.V.. flatten is spending, a while inJntk.nnville : ,, $ on Brooms, Underwear Homel -
: leU..I. from :Maccli-nny\ after ,a two weeks'isit : MMHun" I S Y $
anti' Mi-I India liiown wi'iithi' on business.
,i \ there with her p"r..nt"11': and -
V i l
:Mrs. Johns. t kinds]

I ; :Mr. .I"'k..n.i was here on business f 10
f. lf Fi iilay; Goods Ladies Ready to \\ ear iJ

Claiidt* Hirt of Hampton \\",- hen-" !
'
1'1I."tta.n". business.Mr Hats) Saddlery' Harness Collars .,

I : Dyal' and children, hays, t n Keep Well t

t tinni'il" I from Hampton after a few" Bridies and all kinds of

f days' visit there with her lister. Mr Do not allow the $
Farming Implements Potash $
C A. llirt. poisons of undigested: ,
. :Mr and Mrs. :Morgan Prevail of food to accumulate In
Waldo, were business, visitor here onFriday. your bowels, where they Coffee 'rii ire and Hardware t

f. are .attsorbed into your $
| Indigestion: constipation a full line of Furniture _
system. : just
THE UNIVERSAL CAR \\ P. Hyrd made n business trip to headache, bad re

Ii Waldo Saturday.Mr blood, and numerous ceived.
: and Mrs. Harvey Warren were other troubles are bound $ $
: t The simplicity of the Ford( car, ,its stabilityirj ; ; ; here Saturday." to follow. Keep your I

l.: construction, the famous heat trcatcil :Mrs. W. 1'. Byrd and children! have system clean, as thous- We also have a few good Mules \

Vanadium steel with its marvelous* strengthand I! returned from Raleigh after a few ands of ethers do, bytakinganoccasionaldose $

flexibility, the low cost of operation( anti 1 days visit there with her mother. Mrs. ol the old. reliable, vegetable M and Mares on hand yet we buy

maintenance, its case in opcruri.m,, nil: have Ii j M. Phinney. family liver medi
what
made the Ford car the great favorite in every Mr. anti Mrs. Roy Roberts and little cine. you want to sell and sell f

land in the world. I It's the one car that UIW.1) S Bon, Roy, Jr., spent the weekendhere I what

satisfies and serves. utility bC\'Olhlqll.otil1l1| with their parent, Mr. and 1\11'11.,1 Thedford'8BlackDraught i you want to buy.

that all can aH'ord.Ve will be pleased( to have C. B. Roberts. | Our for

, ::1 your order. Don't! deL v because, thc demand J. I. Ogden made a business trip to reason making these $

is heavy all\ the time. We have almost everything Sampson! City Saturday. I
!t in motor car accessories sell the Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Abernathy, ofJacksonville close prices is because we buy ;

,, '1 4, Ford ".arts, and assure the best in .spent the week-end here -
genuine I
't i p mechanical repair work. with relatives and friends close. We carry in stock very
returned after
D. J. Byrd has a Mrs. W. P. Pickle, of $

week's visit at Tampa and Plant City. I Rising Fawn, Oa., writes: anything
near think
f
: 1 A. W. & G. W. ANDERSON His little granddaughter accompanied "We have used Thed- you can to

him home. ford's Black-Draught as
call for.Come $
STARKE FLORIDA 11. F. Price and son. Willie, were a family medicine. My .
I
business. visitors Hawthorne Sun- mother-in-law could not

.."..........+ ..:;;t.' ',.. clay. to take strong calomel' for as her It ,seemedtoo so she and see us and give us $
it TI r' .' Edgar ?perks. nf :Mi *anopy. attended used Black-Draucht: asa
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(/ .... .'..0(....... ,' '.. m"I I church hero Sunday. I mild laxative and liver a trial. :

--..".',...-- -.. ,, Rev Postell, of Starke a state regulator. . We use It
-J- .-, ...-''( .. 1 .2 ''I'I0 evangelist, delivered three very in the family and believeit $
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..J -:- - -_ ,.L)..".. ,.." .,.'". ; I i': esting .sermons. here. Saturday Is the best medicine" for It. $ A. D. ANDREWS COMPANY
-- = Inter'j the liver made. Try
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I :X:. .. Sunday at the Baptist\! church.
.:- .;_, .::... --4 .:' ._- \ ... .t" insist on tl1eRenuilleThedford's. -
.. :..= :;::.. --:'" --: ,-,. .. :. 0 :: hope to have him with at again.
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: :Messrs. Willie :Maines and Oliver E-75 $
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t. - _...+a............,..... ...,......... _. ..... ;11 11k Sparks attended church here Sunday the t"
.. "- - = :Miss\ Georgio Edwards spent I
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FRIDA OCTOmm 31. 1919.! BRADFORD COUNTY TELP. GnAPII. STAItKE. FLORIDA I'AGE KL tENc :

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-r-------l : Lorcne Hnzen. I II I

1 ; Cone, vice pronulont; e

;. secretary.IIEVLTII ,
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I IS IV THK: HUH)! ) %


YRIGLEYS Str""*tilhen thp HIM| ><| and no \reStrenethrninif / c ra

i !" i I the Hotly) SHITVKK



T I I lie. l hoilv,I I lives "m I the 1'00.1! Inuuirhtt.i t ,
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it I'. : "h'.f.'. If the boil i K earrMnii -

; iisease perms it eanot curry; ;

Htn-nuthenitijr: food to th!' miielfin ...

a package! 'ives' nnd hones I

5 tlr. Williams 1 101 I Tonic I if mill!.' up

before the war I of Quinine. Iron and :MucneHin' kills currertly Ci..rfteS 1'g

; proportioned. The quinine !

nil ,Ii'n"! J'I'miO: ill thn blood the

muirnesia remo\en nil nccumulntcdpoNoni '

by (tently iietintt on I liver and I ? 'T'C

a package bowels. and tho t iron f\ll, up the blood

\\ltli rich red strenirth K'vinR' corpimrleM. '
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whiih ale food for tired and I .7 ,. r
during the
war5c weak bodies. I w

"Flii." :Mal.irin, Fever. CohI. I.a- ,
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fiiippe and Chill arc all effectively I _
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treittod by Hr. Willinmx 101 Tonic. 11 i

llntinpr the "Flu" omipedmic laM winter i J

a pacfea&e( the sale* of 101 I Tonic invrcaviMlOM ) .,,

,'r !TiOO per cent.

?: !r.r and, TOe bottles for !sale nt v'ltdmir ' \ '
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Know tbi". that every soul is fn" is

THE FLAVOR LASTS To choice his life and what he'll, !I'., 18 cents a package cigarette satisfaction-and, my, how

For Hi is cterrutl truth i i.. (rivn you do get it in every puff of Camels! .

That fod! will i foici nn man to )heaven,

SO DOES THE PRICE! 1 He'll call. persundi, dirett nriirhtRk blended r
choice
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In nnmeli it wnY! he (rood: tutu )(lflIlBut I choice Domestic the desirable "body." Camels


Freedom never and force reason: the human make in mind.men. tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimiare simply a revelation! You may .


11I- Take these away, what are we then nate bite and free them from any smokethernwithouttiringyourtastej

Mere animal ; ;and jllllt i as well I.

The beast may think of heaven or hell unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or ..

CONTRIflUTED.coiMIiSIoI'RS' . unpleasant I cigaretty odor. For your own satisfaction you must

__ _ I Camels with "
compare any cigarette
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5/ tl I I" ".,l Inl.! ul'..il I""* IIn.I.'r '""' IJ. I Camels win instant and permanent in the world at any price. Then
of pnrtltl.ui I mi "
n'rlnln n..rri.p
f I ihnt
I I'I,"..1.I 'In thiCircuit Toiiit In iin.l, I r.'. success with smokers because the you'll best renlire tht ir. superior
in ChBn.'r.m thr I
'i. .1| Connlv, tlorl.ln
. ,l,,< "..C llrl..lH-r., '% i.li'W.A T C>> lit".1 Ahirnnthv. .in, fm.'r iin.l ofMHiriilhv .I I blend brings out to the limit the quality and the rare enjoyment
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",... , Ab.. ','nnthv. B minor hv 1,1. n.nnil'xt,' refreshing flavor and delightful melthey provide.
f, ,. ,1 vtMiornnlnv. pomplnlnnntu
\I..S. Surivncy' hoi,'
?- I.i./I;, Siirrr.nrv I
i'u"l' I Kd.li.. "\,,'rnnlhv nnd ".'nlTn AliiTtO -
I.. I I.v 11 il...niliintM thi> un.li'rwlirnpil. n" om- R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Win.ton-Sal.m. N. C.

I. .."......"."i "ill olT-r nnil "..11 In front' of" the. '
...,.,,''h floor of ii... rourthotlKO In Slarki' '. I lorIn -
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.' L.... .r..tl............ I........ .(l.wri.lioil.. pI | nroliortv- ftlttinti'd .foil! : .
BrniKonl' County Klorliln towilTh. I
I'MIH'; In
Nor.h.. ., Quarlfr snilOinrt'I' IBIIIP thvriMin the 10th day l uf November,
N.Mlh., Hnlf of on \
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ii K U Kant ( K 11.\ al.. I
!,.."lh"R.t or Northon Ounrti-r).. nniNorthwint .1 I'I.. ADKINS I A. l n. 1919. Defpnilanta.) I I Illrrirr
Ounrtrr) nn.louthfn"t WltppBB official alirianturp' mal. tills
Southw soc
Qunrtpr of Special Miuiter in Chancery my of 94..rvlc.. by PublicationT
'. fninrtrr of qmithwrM Quarter of thp 8nl. day of October, A. I). 111111. ,.
CREWS Minnie W L.
A Alabama
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...,... 2!1. T..", nhp 7 !Smith. Rnniif 21 En.l."ontnlnlnir W. T. WEEKS .
.n ... Solicitor, Complainant. 1031-Dt 11. Only. "''mo... Alabama ; Myrtle
Al, the Clerk Circuit Court
'nn BITCH more or l loss. | I I SEA 1.1' I
May Williams can of It H. Doty At-
vnii"..,al ().,nrter of Simthcnul' Qunrtor nnrtPii NOTICE Ity I K. A. WEEKS m....., Alnhnma. II. C. WillUma. Jr.rare ..
18TI'OULTKY Hnlf of ",,,ithnst <)unrtr of SWtlnn 21. 10-10-51 Deputy Clerk. .
t contn'ninaI 'In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit, of I. II. Doty Mm.irr. Alabama :
Towntthlp 7 South Rnnur 21 Fnitt I llradford County Florida. In Chancery. ----- t urtiaVillinma. cnre of I.. II. P?ty.,
. .. thv SnuthniwtOiinit. I
Also'
I -'II se" inn. or ln 0. V. Brooka. I MASTER'S SAlE \tmore. Aliiluimii., Waaon W ii Its *m. "
..'i'! !'*outhwmt Q.in,'t'r nn.lVnt Hnlf I pan* ..? L H "I'oly.' Atmor viabana ; .: .
,. ,,,, Ounrtor ".1 Nrirt h.t Clunrtcr ..r Complainant Ni.tit'f IN hfn.ny given hint unilrr and byvnliii' .
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<" Clarence llurraHP, N. O'niTTean
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AMI SK\\IN; (; ( I.II! IINO Ui.)bit Bi, .\\ ii, Kliod.i( lio\Mi! Blanche QnuthiB' t ()'.ni't.'P of SiTtlnn 2?, Ton.hli,> I W A. Carter va A: Gene Bryant. I IIH.fcndantH. of n tlnnl 1 lU'cri'i.. of fonrloHtiri, mmli', ,'tret't. Itimton.; MnMHnehunettit:: and; Cllf- I':' :

IKS I I'm'! iliic\ A nan// Col..ol1. :MollitI Quit> JI"".,,. 21' Pni-t: ronlnlnlnn IAn "".''' nnd "'n.I.'r..d Sppti'mlivr Still, 1910. by thtjuilup '..n I.. Itnnier No. 60 Stain' Mtrvet. Hovton ;.
|" .. ..,. |1..,o MHo t '., rn.t thru...|iinrtirf of thv I Circuit\ f,<.,,.t nf the lOlulith: Juiliclul ManaarluiNetuh '
\ <.: 'i. .''UI".-, innphipy ,'-.n' Vl.i-' .. I t'.t Hnlf ", Ooilth.n.t' (Iii..rh"r ..f Qr..I.,'j It appiarinic tip affidavit appended to the Circuit of Hurl.In.. In llra.lforil Conn.tv. I I m he n.by ordered. t'mt, icn of >
At Urooker :MiFlma (Cl 11)\\1' ..> II. FImoi.\:: Ha/.i'ti.; logan Nubb.l ... .r..hln 7 South' Hnnui'I, Kii: ..1.t. ..." I.Ill filed In the above. elated cause that. W.in ACurler. In rlinnp.M' sit tin... I in favor of FrnmnItirhnnl t I.. I llu- 11111 of .- ..r l h.." M I .. It" the defi mlant therein named a soil airninxl N t>, Oavla and Villa .
.i.nit' II"%"' npr.mor. \ MI in I thi shire.'ii' t lli'ii i .""..*. i>n Ins Mrrtday .
Scott. h'imo d'monl'tr"ti"n nyrt-tit, 01trani.cd \l t t-,1-hoolhoimc ]lust week the .. of .."''I.n'l Cunilif "f mm rcHldent! of the ntate"dr Fiorina.I and 'hisn''i.'nn Statp flunk. corpornlIon. ...,. '
Nortlivf! t "" 'h'r : : la I Tn\iH. nntl lnwtt) A of l II. ,b. r. IIMU I mid ''nt. Inll the
a poultry. ,'Iub. uiul the i !I'- In' nn (I('non St rat ion airi-nt r(>anizoii | iin.li. ,mlirnpil will nITpr for vale! before the Itiiti Pay In anid month ; and 'I'ltt. ItradfordCounty ,',
atOm
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follov. .i 'n"' < Iii iirii-r. nnrn. or li **. Alno theN !liemon pourt h.uiip ilfKir. nt Starkf. Floriiln. between 'IVIi'iiruiih la henky. .!.I"n"'d, an theiiewMpnri
tion of oHii'i-r1* n-xiiltcd n* : .. -\ init ilub which in composed oft Iii. upf>n whom would bind the defendant.
. , of Sort h'nnt' Jiinrt."i II hnura of sale Monilny. November ,
: .t't Qiiiiiicr the Ifiinl on r in w' Ich thin iij.r shah be ptinlihhid -
Pi-psi'lfnt Dotrau :Nabb- / ; Vice I'rcs- I).' fullowinir I youiiir I ,pt-oplp (of Brook1'1 V.rilHnlf: "f I Nnrthwul Ounrlrr of Sfrllon mill that. he In ov.h. aito. of twentyoneyrara '1 tr.l. 1"i1. I.. th.. hlt-hfHt an.l lest Mil.lpr" for .."... a wick for r.. ir roiiMieutivu v.,..,kaitnenM

i idl'llt. Anona CoNon ; Srcn-tnry F.lma : {tutAbcrnnthy, I.tni'iuITa.cn; '11,\vn-t.'tn Kouth Hnniro .21 I TIIK!. ronifiin It In Iherefitrp orderid I hat aald nonr..l.d..nt rush thp followlnir .Hrribfd. InmlH. altuntp.l In \\ my hand na Clerk and the Seal of
'' I nr. 1"O ...r.'.. mon ii r I. **, Alit th.' fpndnnt' In. and I bo hereby required toniipifir Hrnilforil county rlorliln tn-.." : aid 1 Court: thin IHth dny of Ortoher, 1'1111. .
Shaw. I -lit Ii-llo Crosby. Clara Conn, Willie !'South Hnlf of Nnrthwwt QunrtiT, nn.lVi'.lHiilf to the bill of cnmplii Blot In aald/ Lists. F'.lIrl..n an.l Nlnitien. In 5.etlnNn.tccn. W ''. WMCKR.I : I

Tho! .' f.nr"lIinIi i 'I lu'i' mfiiiliiifom '- MaiNnbh, 1.lIaIac; : I lla/.rn; Jennie ..r. N..hw..1 Oi'nrtnr of SIhot- mine nn or before Monday the third day of Towniihlp .'1"... South. TIn"". twen I'lerk .f the Circuit, Court in and. for llra.lfordCounty ,.
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(' .nil, I , of !Sittl.' n 27 'roonoblu.P1. South November A. I). ttlll. otherwla, the KnHl. npporillnic tn plat nf Wondlawn I'll'rlila.
weJ'e' Cly lp ., 1..illl111": Amln" w-. I: :)i"wt! > Crosby'. I poail anti 1 Eltna Shaw ....... 21 1 Fi-1, pontnlnlnir Inn( urrt.., m Of' orI ;I tion* of Hald bill wilt: bo taken ft* .11"1 ty-two.ncfirlpil. In fuihllp, ncor.ln' of llrn.lforil county. (HK-M.I: .

Mona Andrews Pearl Shaw. Edna'I Onu Rita Waul. Lullu Ciainey Mann I 1..K< ', by, mild defendant. I I'liirliln.< on pnw .iflI'. until lotM "nntnlntnttfitph IIA ''U.E C4IOK IIOWELL.

Ona Hita Ward Elmn Shaw. And rcu, Leila :Mao A nil rcu. OfficernGive M..I. Ih. followInili'Bcrllu'il' nrnpirli' IMIH-i it. i It I. further ordered that thIs order b. pubUnhid ton nor... mont or ,lfa. Inrluilmir', i>np .1 liitfkHonvillp. plnrlda
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Shaw nnl t. i li-i- In the Alnchun un.l t.,it.. once a week *or viitht cnnaecutlv weeks half of nhuttmir, roniln lylnir ant hfinir the Solii'il.ir for oinplnlnaiil I l'-J4-5l
-- ----- .f Klorliln: 1 i.'Thr. : :: "i-uth.: itt Onnrlfrf : I in the ftradforil County' Telegraph., newauaur pntin' linirth of It h.. Eastern holin.lnry' and "
., N.i: ...hi'BMt. Oun I. ..t' Sort ti .> TownHhln | *. published In *ald county and atat.Tb .. the .,,"th,'," iMiumlnry of let fourteen and NOTICK TO HirtltS: AND CRF.niTOIUJ!
rontninlnir 40 m r,... ft 27th day cif A 11".1. A. I). 1\111'\ l of lot nlnetppn
7 Sonlh,, Ttnnirf. -1 Foot n.irthern houndnry In the County .''''''IfP'. court nf Bradford,
icv 0 .i." or !I".".. MHO tht. Wiwt unit of PnMl, W. T. WEEK1. A. a CHEWS. County rlorlila In I .'..,hn''..
Full nnil T'notlonnl. pnrt of ,Wm IIiK of (lleall! Clerk Circuit Court Special Mnnter In Chancery In Re r'"ute. ot Charli'B P. (Canon 1.. ,
V Si'itlon Tl: Townnhin 7 !South Itnnici- 21' Kn lcontnlnlnir I I Ifll'; lIlt.?. WILLIAMS. A /. At"KINSSollrltor I II ,I cussed '
4OO item morn or 1 l.'i.* Solicitor for Complainant B-ZB-91 I for Complainant' 10-1 111, I N.U..
.1 V Ahnrrr. ,I. W Amln-n" ,It. (nil. R .
To all cndltora leiiatera. illatrlbutont. and
\ 't'...'us. rommlHHloni ORIIrlt: Foil IM'III.ICATIOV I nil "....,,"* lu.\ lop claIms' or demanila aralnat ,
\ v invorumt'lnmiini. In rircull Court $t.t.. ..r Horlda., Fluhth: - -- - ----- ald e>tal'. '
!s..llcil.i I III..tl-RI. 1 I I Chaneery :SIIFU h AI'I".If'AT'O'l' Illlt 'r.\ lIFER
liidicinl Circuit, lI'n.l' f.irl County. I In You nnd inch of you an' henby notiflpduiul !
INDrlt: SI-rllON: 571 OF TIIK niiuirefl, to I.irea..nt. any clalnia"" and nVninndn -
f\STtI.S"\I.: : I I 1.1.1V VclVTOSIf.! (.KNrRM.: : HTATI'TF.H ., which you. or either of you, may have
( .. Complainant I *"nl"110.. mtate nf ('h...... I'. ('..0". fI.-
4r hrri, wlvi-n thni "." r nnil' twvlrtirn .Mdi'rmnniuirchnner .
$ Nolln* tw v '.5 Ilinhy notlpi in I i/l\n hat r .1) fiamd. late of llrndforil County, Florida Uitn .
of n n''nl T>,.t'ri'o of ."r.'rlimiir. ... mn.li'. I I I V ,\MIP I Mol N'rORH! I II of lax .,,1,. c. rI float, ,',* numliprfil ), > limit,niiKnril n.linlnlHtrntl' of ."htate
AnsI r'n..r..1' llr-lohcr' l 1"1"" l l hI' 1l.in.unl >t rendiint I| r.t., '.llv"y n. 12. 7'l: ""in ItJ. !III.itS. I I IJ within, two v. ... from .the date. hereof
.IBK T Will 'lii'liro of lhi> ",ti' lilillrlnl anil -'If. Ixnui'l hy the taxpollirtor
1"II. 1112. IT 21't.I
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clr-I atfulnvil. to the I Krpi. mlirr tn. A I It. ISIS.riuA
It nppiarintf by nppin.l.d,
mitt ..r rlorliln, In Hrn.lf.ir-l. Cnunlv In ( of 'ii"I iil r.r.I, cousill V. lorl.ln" SnMrirtincntifi I.
ncr .".In... in r..\.... of t IIHn Fulfil. SSfl'I) I lii: II flli'd I In I .he.t:,: Htnud therein riium Unit nnmid Mamie I Inn , I ; 1.ln. ilnteil the limit ,lav of Tuly. 1 11.20-91. An I ..lmhI..1x I.of CAHON aaid Estate
fondant
MclntoHh .
Ht/ll'ni"t 'I"n'"I'h.. n ..1.ln..1 K: FutphAnil A II. I 1f'17. is nil him Illfd ,...1 rtlllrnt.-a I .-. In
51 .1 futph the nmlrrsl.'m'fl will' ..IT.i. n..r".I."t, nf the State of Florida, antcli. mv olTici! ntid, ha toni, nppliriitlon, fur tat ------------- -.
for li 'hfforp thi* courthoun, *. d . SliirkiKlftrldn . IH n reMidi.nt of the town of VI,'nna in (Ii. ; dull. to IMMIII' In nenr.Iune.' with Inw 'I'hr'' I
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; : : : 'n.; : I Ilnoly' Bounty. Stntp. of (:,.....In. and. la liver "'T'I'' < i f'I'I\I. 1)f (.nARr.1C
. hour iili> onM.milnt irnhrnP'n the fol-
hrtA >n thf Irirnl <4 . t ,
) : of it I IH thireforeordi loot' a i ilr lImit h.reof I will p-
Tli'ri'mhc'r l. I Inl'l I to thi'' hluhrntnnil tin MI twintynm y arH.: nis I In 11..1<.. .1 ..not Klorliln
loulnir lit e y ai-
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. Mot \.i'.rlin' and' ,,
I my llnal the
: ; : 'rtd hot Hald ,ion .. 'id. nt defi-ntlnnt' beHint . arronnt to
hot l.i.l.l.-r. for n.h. the following' .Io. HI HHI il' at the I ilnte of thv i',Hiinnrf of such cfrlillrnteM I I'. Cm; \ f.urdimr; ,
i of
,. in h. rt by reuird| to a iii-ar to t the bill of County hidve .
_"rlh.'il Inn.NI'.intr.l' "' I In nrnlfoit I r'n'V in thf nami H rtHptfliv.'ly hfrelnnftrrtuirtlciilnilv It .
it.ri. J' '
rim lurldii nt.d
t'imiptiiint' filed. 'in Ntiid tauNton or 'Iii'fonl..o.Iiiy riot ii lv .k ''r ni y ft.I -
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Florl.ln 1",1'3 : tot forth to-wlt its.I I dmpliariif', i.. mlmmliitraliir, of the
estate"I '
A, I>
\ Ih. :'Ird& ilny of Nnvimlxr.
The Nrthn. .1 **uurt.r' ..r the ,iiltt.'iMt" .. b.II. frtlflrntv' N'o 1 1 1nmlri t..o fift: quarter' of \ fiyal i-eeased.
.. .th., I I''" 19.' othfrwine the alliimllonn f unl.l ... HIt. 22 K 40 'I Ihij., :,; :: ; i
Onnrinr, nnil thi- Soiithrnut t>unrb'r t' confin-Mil by nid .I..r'n.nl.' NF: qnarUr S. T>. T| t. 2110 th I day ot l.i'mlo'r IHIlt
will I hi tnki
",...''h.."*! Clunrtiof !Sneitn' Thlrty-lwo InTownnhln It In furth n.'AH ordir.il, hat thii order. bi two*. BI.H*.oped Nero KawlnCirtlflratt' TOM MY A I,.
'rw.niv.n.- r Vo. Ior".'.' NT iiuarler ofsvv 11-2'-.110''
Four South. of Itnnirc 12 ( Adminlatratur.NfllKF .
.. ,,,,..II.h..1 ,,nra a..I.' for IKi- "n"'rII" ....... .. . .. .
.:..*.. pnntnln.' Flirhty Aprin. mn,,' or !t. : r > .' iA. 1' s il i I"M r. IDncriB
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Itrn.lf.ir.l County Televritph anewnpaner
wiekp. In the : ;; --.I;; I'nk'T;; ; ; .
the world li*. /n Htrlri fifty f nit wiili' HrrfWrt I Ihp KH-: publlahel In laid county and : : 10 DElI r HfI AM l> ( KPMTOKHi I ; '
oI.i.of! the SoitthpfiHt, <|unrtprA, 'litt.. Cirtlflcnti No 71:l ..",t.'n.. NK: uiiartfr, ofNK i Ml liern.lm. I huh. ., lt-l| to the .'.1.... of ,
8 lI.r'r:: I I Ihia, netober. I. 1919 : qunrtfr R... 21V/ 'r.. A S It IH I K.: ID I! "yal. lat of Itradford. roimlv, Florida dp.reaKed ,
**'P.'..1..1Mn ( ,,n.rrv I W T WEKKS acre*. nfMHeil. ItnknnwnCprtlllpati I arp rp.u..t.l, to pay their I sail di-hla I ,
A. '/ APKIVSKollpltor !' 'I, .,\\l. flirk' flrruit. Courtly I No (tIll finlimr. s lot I Illk Iff Forthwith and all peraon havinit claim /.
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the once overT for romplnmnnt 10.*'-51 K A. WFFKS.Ih in Uorthlnirtjin. a.B...Ke.l Itnknnwnf nualnt ,aid mlat. ihnll file the name, duly ..,I''
I 'puty,, Clerk '' i rtiflriiti.. No 112 ...mIrn.'iliii.. 7 and R authKntiraled' with the undf' rnlvned. admin, .i)' "
"' 4f1T;;'' HALE !CVritPTT: M. JOHNS.S Illk 2B In Worthlnirbin. aam-MPil. Mm f.. M trator within one y..... from date hereof, or
..l'eitor for Complainant 10-3-Bt : "I'ettyCfrtifleat.. 'they will, ,Ite forever barred.
JSTEN. fellows to some The Navy all over the 1.to", is h....' .y frivrn that unilt'r. nn.l hv.,. .. No 1M .....h'.... \M0 anil III '1 h. :i'dth I day of Heptomber. Idlf
goes vlrt "' .if thnt rrrtnln flnnl .lorrm. of for
: ..r ink WorthlnKfin., aoenaed M..,. R. TOIIYL.. '
piinricATiow :17 in
straight talk. Many\ world-sails the Seven Sa3- rtoMim. nindf' nnil rfn.lprf.fi Auuunt 12. h. 11>111. I I OHPFK run I J. *-01
.J..J I . Flvhth M AdmlMtratny.Ottllr I'
by If.inornMf.. I T WIIN finlw, of thp Fl.rhih I III Circuit Court. Mute of Florida. I'eltrertlflpnte
a man when he squints at the six continents I tu.ti.-inl' Curt-u,). Ilradford County. In Chaneery ' ., Plk' I ._ _ _ t
gets .?...Ilsl f rru.t for llm.lfonl, ('..lInly Fit' r.I ( V (till 'ml>racf f ot K of I i- -- - -- I.
to be 40. misses some- that sjfs business You stand l.ln I In rhnnpfrv in fMVor of thp ('111...". 111 In V\nrthlnnUin, ar, .....<.d, Mn. E: M. R rtil p|;|,|.ICATIOVI ,
to ice mere odd sights wonderTul llHnV of Riilfor.1' n porporntlon, pomnlitlnnnt I OI.OV IIIJtO Petty. | ''n t.i'r7V'' '':'urj1"1"* "' 'h'Irita.' Kfirhtnidlcial ,, 15
thing. He may have and people unit Hirninut G f SHPP nn.l "....1.. ......". ..lf- ComplainantMINVIr" Certifliatp NoVi\ .ml"raeea lois 4. 6. 9.I . ,, ., llradford, County., In CaonX ; .
lots of and a finefamily scenery strange f..n ..n'o fhf un.l., rlirnrrt. "Snprlnl Mnut., uillolfpr vs I 11 I of Mlk "ft" In ltl.lo". A.I.I tn Stnrku, a.- "ry.
money.
than you ever dreamed of.You'll for Ba'1' In fnnt of the coiirthoiwt Hoor PIXOV.llefendant. ni ....d Mm T..'..... f..*vlton.CcrtiRpate f>. Andre". | ) .
but work hard while you thi first. of I It sri... or.nll I.! affidavit. anpenilfd to the No H4 pmlirncpfl I lot of .Innil24H w '\
He never "got out and on .M.in.lny lnv Irieprnhfr. I III, III, ii In the .t..v. mated eauw that Mtn. j ynrdn N and a by I2c yards K and. W. Alma Andreu.Defendant. I I
hard while -h 1 rollowlnv ,I'rrIlIeI l nl l ly.intr
work. You'll ntnlr
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play you '
n.. 'I i< saw things" After he play. You'll earn and learn.You'll tin.I I 1 s'In.. In Krnrlfor'l county.. Florliln, tn- m;;:n, :..:.i---o;.;- the state of rlorldn. and the 211.or,. A, S It :J2 K. IS ........ "a-i"iu.fil M,..

gets settled down, it's too get, in addition to "ihore- wit'l",": "",,'h Visit' of th.. NnpthwpHt <|l.rt.rSn irfildent of the city nf llnmawlek. State' A.:. IlrliiKenrVrtlnVnte kill' III."lT<.".1"the>r h'm..1* attlinslt "..".,,,.,.n"1 that,i.i ih.
. Alma
la th. of twentyon ...... ... ?
.... .r Oiorvln.; and over ave No 1112 1 .m. 4 A In HWor Amlmi ( ,., ,
leave vaca I q..th llnf-thirtl' of Northwest ( rrmlant Ihrrrln
straight liart.'r
30-day
late. a .. <. yearn It la then-fore ordered. that .aI'Inmrooldflt I ..r NW quarter of HW ,,,,.,'p. K: of R "..n..II..1 ,,f the rmmi-.l. i I. a
nlin' l
> .t NnrthtnMt Qunrtcr : pvlnnlntf nt state of Horl.ln.' '
tion-which I is more than the defendant he and' In hereby reft It. and W !'i A of North half of SW .nd her
Every man wants to seethe ....,.hr..1 corn.'. ..r Northin ().ust.r of quarter rraMrnn' ,In unknown soil th.l Ihrrr '* no n-r.
average bank president can )Iorhoe.t QiiBrtrr in.I run North IIA 2-3 ,nnd, t.i ....".... tn the hill of complaint Slot of SW .,ouarter eveept I A for ehureh. son 'in ih- stats ,,r Klnrl.1., th.t lbs .....1..
world. No man likes: count on. Vr., '.. West I i'2 ,"...1.. R,.nth I ItA 2-.1 yitnlH.Fnu in sal'l' raiiHit on ..r h .f.ir. Monday.' the Srddnr 1'I.' TI., II:, t II 22 Ki: \ arrep. n..e..l ..f H ."h. ,,,...nn wl.l, hint unl.l l.f.nlnt and
to stand still all his life. It2nrilt.. to potnt, of hpvlnnlnir' ; nil of of November A. I) 11>I9 otherwin' the. lnknnwnVrtifleat. 'Is ...... the awe of lw.n rn. .,..... : |It |t.
You can join for two years. .101! lnnil hilniIn, !!....t.." 20. Township/ HlVvntlonn' of ald hill wit h* taken an ."n.r. ( .- N. I 17r .mhr..... H half of I lot I ..T .TV.n..h..1 that ","',' """."..l'nt 1. ,
The best time to TRAVEL When you get through you'll be ",,'h Rnnirp :21 Fn..t. i00 .1 I by ald defen.liint I. See 7. Tn S It 21) H: in ft....... .-..-...01 ',' ftml I. h'.ri1y n-qulrt.' ") to pp.r
I It IH further ","..,...1 Ihat thin ....h'r be I. T ShaseCrtifleat. I 19.. hlll'lf "npliilnl nlrl ,
is when you're young and physically and mentally "tuned St.pp.lnl A M../.tpr A Antciv In Chnnerrir.S . I I il.llHhed ..10m a week. for five .,,"....,,".* ,. No. Jl'I embraces. thp followlnir. : I ,i:.I; h'tre! M'n'Iay- the 1rt .'"In :nl.' |N r v :-. nn r.
lively-right NOW up" for the rest of your life. \"tekM 'In the ftradford County Telerrnph. anewnnaner Itfic at fK Cor of NK quarter of 8K: I' ImliS. """....'!.. the nllHir.tliinil of ..M
You'll be ready through and h f'RFWJ.: publiHh In laid lounty and' Sic 14 and run N 210 ,yd.. W 140"U""j. : 'nil will/ b. .. taken ... ...nr.......d hy said. nef.njIt .
Right NOW your Uncle Sam through for SUCCESS. "itolleftor for form laln.pt IO-3I.SI/ I -HHteThin 2r ) y.Is. K I4D' ydn In "heir It I A. ",.... _
Icalling "Shove off'! He wants I Otoher, t. 1919 *I 7. 8' K aj K.. ......, aaaemipd K: J. Mnllnf. It In furthrr, or.lfr.fl that thus, or.lrr' tw pun. 1
I men for his Navy. lie' inviting There's a Recruiting Station MAHTPR'S 81 B i W T WEEKS.' : ,I tithed l ..n.. S ..r..k l for .lirht rnniH...iitlv. ._!h
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1 you' It's the biggest chance right near you. If yru donSyou'll I N,,"ppn hpffhy gIven that un.lpp ..".1 hy .. /ill I ( terk WEEKS.lh.pty firo'iit CourtIt Certiorate No ..K <.mh...... W half of In the. Itm.lford County T.lirirr.|.h. a n._..
\ to the worlil know where it I". ,ir Postmaster tr", of thiit ,.....In final' *.rrp* nf forit *. II A Clerk, si: quarter >.f 9%.: .,..n".,. H.,.. 2, Tp. H, S. ''".!' p'lIish.'d! ' 'In .ahl! county and! >ut....
ever Thl.
get give '(. mnlH aol rpntlprprl 1914 nvnil. K, 22 E. 20 arn.. axraae'l II M Hyth- Auiriut, Hth 1919
, the once overt will be glad, tell you. I ,r. ::. : I.. I T Will, lii.I Irt..l the Plirhlh r M CRFWS.ol : 10-1.KtOTlr more. W T l WEEKS, ar (
" I lI.l, In'' r'-p.ilt. of Rradfor-l. Coun'y FlorHit.' clOt for C..mplniniti't Unless al.l eertmeatm trail. .he reihwrnedareordmir 'H..I, Clerk, fln-.iit Court
I. 'l- "". rv. In favor nf th.. ftliMn! Ttnnlr - --
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..' Fin '..-.I, B Portmrntlon. ...mnlnlniint unit !\ K op APP ICATIOS FOR T\. t fF.F.D the loth tn day' law of tax N.ivemlier.d' SHove off! -Join theU.S.Navy .. , .t. .I M. If. ...v. Annt.11rn.py nn4 An- L'.M! >f 'K HFfTIDN >71 OP THE any olfloal >.iintiire and ipal.. thin n K I: KNir.iiT.
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r .. rtrtt .n ...Iffpmlnnt, th.. un.fnlirnfil| f.KNKKAI. STATUTES the 2nd day, of October. A. I). I'JIB !Solicitor fur Cnmnl!.m.nt -t3-tlt 0
< n '.>r will ofrr for .nl.. In front of Notie In h.>reby vlven that ,,lames Meln -----
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'I i "lor nt !fftnrb .. iftirlnfr. McFaihlon. jrehiisei.ii .
and' Florence
., hion SEA i 1.1. Clerk r-lreint, Court :.1I.2m... Admlnlntnitar.month .
In of |
d 1 ir* .l. nn Mon.fnv rhp flmtn ..rtlfleat No Ut dated the Kfh oI.y..r
t lit.
I , -..., r I lil'l I the follfwlnu ilntrlhHi . certIficate In By K A. VVFKK3.: : 1'.TICF.I.
filed ald
J'lty, D Hilt. ha ,. .., Si. after .. ,
'. tatp Bltimtp I In Itntuforrl CountyI iiffIe.. and ha. mad applieatlon for tai 10-IO-rt. [ Iy Clerk if me hereof I .i rirxxcnl
I, 'vltimt rry my vouch m unit Hniil rr.mnt ,. Si. Ities.im. .
: (,1".1 tn liiue tn aceorlane with law S.ilr. l ( ,
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risrfl Omnlr Ju.'trr'
. >pr Two of the Nnrthprn..t Q.jitrt rtlnrfit emhraeea the followlnir Tvn T..wn.hlr> 9 !S R ill B"h : r.ror....riy. nltuated In Bradford county MorliU.'tft the Clrruit Court of the Kivhtll: Judicial County. "...101.. .ml MM. i.r T,> 'ik rl,,,
. rf.lf of 801lIh....' Qimrti-r of .*.wlt : Circuit of rlorl.li/ : In and fur 1t.. .... ilmlnutr.U.r. of II>. . ofH. J
J . "...ptpr Apptfon Two Town.hlD' I t and of Rib M In Lincoln City County, In. f'hancpry. fmhn-tt.. d._.....|
.. *: |P.. rivht nf way of fj. .... AB"H The laid land heln. ..... I I.t the date of I'enlnioilar' Naval, !Stores Company. Th:. ',lilrh >,U, of 101.J.. AD'. '
I.... Hfiuth Half Ivlnir .a.t of '*>p Ivauanee of Hueh ....Ift.*.. 'In the nam of A Corporation. :iriiNEy!: r s n< t rr' <
t Pn,I.vay of Vorth*. .l <; inrtrof't Varneb "I'avne I'nlem saId ..rtlll..... ..10.11to. complainant I '.ilinlnUtrator F>,1at,. of J n' tt. 4.
nr" i of Action, J r nh p H .. rdt-enn d according to I.w.a& deed will ,5 "' _11 Sum,.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER :11. i >II'I, ,

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J,. 1 and, Mrs..1.: F. MainesMr. : Tuesday afternoon for Glasgow, Kentucky followtnif lands in Bradford County, Florida R. S. It. 22 E.6 acrea, assessed R'I'.,.
1 --_...- ,l. ?. SB? -. --. ----.. : and Mrs.: Jesse Vining have returned where/ they will make their HKSriwed, 1 at the dat of the. Issuance of suchcertificates ton.
.,:\ t :: In the name respectively: hereinafter Unless' said certfflcatei snag b,
.* / from Jacksonville. h..mu. Their many friends. wish for particularly set forth to-wit nrcnrillnir: to law, tax deed will i M llt, *,
j'I. Kev. "Frank Fowler: returned Mon- them a happy prosperous lif,'. Certificate' No. 228 embraces' the North Half ".. II..' Kill duy of November A D i I"r

day from Brooker and Santa F. and ._ of Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarterand Wltmwa. : 'my ofTlclal' : sinnaturi' and '" .*
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; West Half and Northwest Quarter of I II1I!
t+ County Newsatt ieI will, conduct. a revival meeting at theBaptist Southeast Quarter, S..... 14, Tr>. 8. S. R. 22 W. T. WEEK (
ll I church beginning :M.unlay P': UNO acres, ans wed li. D. Clayton. I (SiBl> Clerk Tlrcu, .,
evening.! Everyone cordially invited.! MICKIE SAYS Certificate N '. tae embraces' the Northwest By R. A. WEEK. '
John Kellum, of Tallahassee, returned Quarter ?f Northwest Quarter fcVc. 21. Tp. til-lT-nt! Depu" ,
''I.4 | *. < Facts Gathered Durlnthe leek by Our I t to his home Tuesday afternoon --
Regular Correspondent lifter a pleasant visit with his sister, Tti socf A1 ME.NOJ.O 1 '-
} I Mis. Willaid Parker. COME OUT WEfcE 'M JOG: NER r; '

I E\'o'IO\J.-I.\ \ OME OF "-'BOVJt '.
. II I The Sunbeam Hand met Sunday,,, afternoon $
"" I atI I o'clock. The $OMETNN' 'P,1' SNE NEED ,
4"": I. Vt\K: III\"11.J-:Itf. :\011' .. ." aniiuithnVholt'r) M ill at the wns nicely arranged. and the program following SOT GEE '\NoZOON1'' I Handle theFIRESTONE
'..'. - Ii-Miie of1..r. and :\11... John Croft. I III. were elected as officers: HAKOIM KNOW:: NOW T' OO ,:

l.akUutli'r\ Oct. :I.--. ..Ia'. mill :5I '>1. C. Harper left Tuesday morn- ; Leader, :Miss Laura Armstrong 'I!>ou-c t1 D'RDDL. "II" KtNGuE

" : .1,I. li. ('n11p, )'. :\1" ". Hubert.ind Miss ing fur New Smyrna to take Chat.g"j, Leader, red side Mary B:>rum. $.
of the R. E. Dell .store newly
.t Ernest and IJuby Mum, of Jucksonvilli Blue side, I'l'rbl'thViII ill 111 A.
', aUomled the :Maikvo-Rilirnl, Vj there.Math Secretary :Margaret Townsend I
and Dick Davis, of
: Hobe/rts
afternoon. I
Tuesday
wedding Treasurer Vivian "Fowler.
..' '',' :\h'". tub (irevn and .\Un. .J.w. reef Five :Mile, were in town Tuesday. Organist Zenith ArmstrongMarkecRiherd X3U You hnve noticed that all the new
.;>t j turned Sunday afternoon, from St. I'etcmburtr :Mrs II. L. Sprinkle and :Miss :Mac I
: attended the teachers' as- : equipped with the well
!, utter mi i-xU-mloil! visit withfriemls. McKinney r cars are
One of the prettiest! weddingever
r Hociation held in Starke Saturday. I
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solemnized in Lake Butler took placein known Tires that make the most
the F
attended
tho who association U
Dr. J. :SI. :Mann made, u profiMKionul Among e
trip tn Hiikcr county Tut'wiay.R. i lit Urooker Friday and Saturday I the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon miles per dollar, and that is the
'; wl'r1'K.II1111": A. C. Strick- at 4:30: o'clock. The church was
K.: Dell .-.tul'lH',1Ionday, : from I FIRESTONE
Townsend II. L. Sprinkle beautifully decorated in pink and ,
,. New Smyrna where ho has opened land W. C. l.
4 a buainuHK.Mr. Jlr. .1. K.: Maines: ,1. II. Scarborough; green I
: Ilattic( Fowler :Mrs. W. H. Lee, by I
: and :Mrs. Albert Connor, of G. W. Alder'mlln.li"K accompanied
d :\1 i.lwIlY.1',. in town :Monday, :Messrs. It. L. I Fowler, Kdgar :Miller :Miss Thelma Scht-11 pianist, rendered I Guaranteed' for

... II. I.. Sprinkle spent, Sunday with Frank Fowler S. S. ProctorLee a violin solo, while Doan Chastain I
1 fjreen.Miss; and, Dona Padgett with Therrol Andrews !
his family *
f : Inez Markey: spent Saturdayin flower )girl and J. R. Chu..tllin'l 6000 Milesand
of I''iveMile
Hen Duke and son, Dewey
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L Jacksonville.A. ring bearer, marched to the altar'
'I : were anionj the many visitorsto E. Praetor was in Sapp Tuesday. where 1 Dr. W. C. :Mahon of Jacksonville I
Lake Butler Saturday, ;: back them if they do
awaiting the of the we up
1 Dr. J. :M. :Miinn made a professionalvisit was coming '""
:Mr.. and :Mrs. Kaiford Carver retained to Dukes :Monday afternoon bride, and groom who marched !slowlyup not make it. We make the adjustment
lifter visit : I
l Sunday a 'pleasant :::
, in the aisle to the strains of l.ahengrin's .
Rev. S. S. I'roctor spent, Sunday ,;:::::
1' ::,: with Mr: ''. I'arver's patents 1 nt :Midi 1. Itiildwin) and I.Monday: in Jacksonville, wedding march, to the 111111'-1 ::;::::::; ourselves and we are here to

wuy.Mr returning! to his home :Monday, night.J. riage altar where Dr. :Mahon satisfy our customers.We '
: *. II. N. Stanton has returned Ri Chiistnin pent :Mond.iy in the words which united the happy -

l ,: after a ft-u months stay at KuuiiiilluValtcr : ,. Jacksonville. couple as husband and wife. carry then in all sizes..-can sell
t t \ Sw HKI'; anil, :Mary Itorun J. .I'. Collin. of Johnstown was visiting :Miss Markee is one of Lake Butler's, I GuGa4a'g
i' entered school :\.Momluy/ (' a few in Luke Butler Monday.: charming: young: ladies' and :'oIl'Ial.: 30x3 1-2 non skid for $18, 30x3 for r

I.t weeks absence on amount of .sickness. I*. P. Dekle. and family of 1.'iveIlle! colm Itiherd is one of Kentucky's! $11.60 plain and 32x3 1-2 non- ,I
:NnlICEF AI'PLICATION FOR DEED ,
TAX
Arthur Boyd, of Worthington, wa
spent Sunday in !Lake Butler guestsof prominent citi/.ens. After the ceremony
tif.- in town Tuesday :Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Dekle. the beautiful song: "My: Old UNDER GENERAL SECTION STATUTESHt'ifbjr S7S DP THE skid for $21.00.Ve keep them in ,I

:Mike KliMides spent, Tuesday in Malcolm Kihcrd of Glasgow Kentucky Kentucky Home," and Mendelssohn's
all times.
t notice IB given that bola Adklni.puiehmutr stock at
{ Jacksonville., arrived<1 in Lake Butler Saturday march were rendered by :Mrs.! W. II. of tax flale certificates numbered I/1
{ I2 ; T. L. Lavt-nder, and wile, of Jack evening: and, was the guest' of Mr. Lee and Miss Thelma Schell. respectively, 228 and 230 luuei by, the t.sCollector
ii Minwillo, were' in LOll Monday: and Strickland.Mrs. The bride wore a dress of white of Bradford County Florida. Said
C and Mrs. A. C. certiflcatra' being dated July 2, I'm and has BURROWS STARKE FLA.
41er rented the home of :Mrs.. K. P. Wilson. : V. Andrews and daughter georgette crepe: with net vl-il. while tiled said certificates In my office and has ,
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ilshire Itnink'f, of Providence, of Jacksonville, spent several I days in the groom wore a suit of conventionalblack. convince made' appltcaton with law for tax deed to lnaue in so J JI

was in town Tuesday.Mrs. Lake Butler. this week guests of Or. :Mr. and !Mrs.! Riherd left on Said, cortiHcaUni respectively\ embraces the
: l-'iank Andrews, of New Kiver
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for Jacksonville. :Mr. Dekle hu ,

been suffering for several weeks aid\
could! not regain his health deriding -

a. at last to K" *" Jacksonville for ni"dirnl .
tri-atnient. His ninny friends arc

in hopes of Iris early return \ I II

:Miss Thelmii Si-hell spent, Tuesdayin .
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after her music ; . i
Kaiford looking.: .
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I. from 'rr,'nlon, ,after a few' weeks' .. ... 0.. ...,.,.....'." .'_.', ..,'.......,,... .,..... .j".. .. ". ._- -.-'."r.-::.:, -. ..t..../..:'....'... ..... .:. .."' ..../,:, '. :1:1 I.,
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visit. with her daughter, :Mrs. < lnrviuo.liuiston. . .
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:Mrs. Guy: IIIIH ,returned homo, after '.. 'it.. ... .' '" . (\ .$fwfoiw&mThere \, : ; II'
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n few weeks' visit with relative and . : . .. .... .::i..:: : :. ; :!:" : ,. 't ,
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friends in South Florida.I [ ... . ..."
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:;( I- O. HavN, of Garbo was! guest" ' . . ... .' ...."j" : ':'. .. L. . '--, .- -. III
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>sionary Union spent Friday. night I .' f. .'=":"'i-:"'; .... . J '!.

with Mrs. A. I'. Strickland while: en- J ...t.- -'_' -/1: : f' ,:: .:t, :
route to lirooker: to attend the Central ./. ., {
II Association, Saturday. and, Sunday '. ..' \ .; ,1 ,
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returning to Lake lUitlrr Sunday .. \ . .\, .
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f' afternoon and leaving for Jacksonville .. "2- l .' : ': .: I'i I'ircpresentJ ;1

. on the evening train Every Dot: ." :.: :. :,Ii.: ""p J' .. : ;, :'
of New River, ..'
t'r :Mrs. lirmiiiinur, \ '
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1'.1| friends in town this week.Mr. Vi"it'l a ..:: -) :. I'i
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Mr.: W..1. : ' '
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Marke, wenisitors: here Tuexdayl I I Delco -Ligl'1.-t :; r- ;
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Mr, and :\11'''. Krownlee and children\ :Fie1.d Repr eseif: :five, iiJ'

nf Starke, motored" to Lake Mutter on .) v

Tuesday afteinnnn.,
, :Mrs\ Russell rhnstiiin! is ill at this &


r rilinjt.spmt Miss Tuesday Uuby, O'lSrien night the of guest Jacksonville of :Mrs., Is( a DelcoLihtilic::::; I 1.k'\ F':' (a" 1 l e1\, f' t arr You ri',


!l II. I I.. Sprinkle ""r
It" I lv wey Iliiki1, of I'i"1; ilt., was in ,- !
, ;;" town Monday afternoon. No matter \vlierc you live, .there 111l'Y ctil w. .lu\l! \ :- ....' and, b.irrt !!i r
' Misses: Cola and Kttie: Spires spentthe .
a week-end nt I their home nl'lIrli.l: is a Delco-Li man \vithin easy al' r"'i" .' ::i Y '.nn.. : '

.
: way.A K'Mxll.v number. of Lake lIutI I"K' reacli of you.This rj' ,.1' ,<,\"J; C '.l, aI "ll"t.. .: II. : : ... .'t. ) f f \..

1 young people( ,'".i"| .., the Ivrnpitalit: ;, :
i'- of I P. M. t'mliritt, and family:! last t'ri.i iU'tSl7this t : : .l: i d:...' most
,
evenmir their lienntiful home much 1 more to you r
duy at which' meanr. ('i.ii, c l'nt nnd: ( c( . :.
:Many games were played after
i punch was ser\-ed and the guests departed than mere convenience in the purchase :
each expressing themselvesus The;: : can: gv-3; :yo.chase : ; , -. ;, 'toth' car- !

havinjr spent n delightful evenimr. of a Delco- L1t:> ht plant.Those :anal use:: nf. x- '1" --v" ". \ ':. I.' in ;; inachi1iC. !I
Mrs.: \ S. S. Proctor is on the sick list
(" this week men arc trained men they churn sei>ar.itor; isllaa! ,; I''uc-;: ; : ':.nl( otiier :uopli- I jl jlKNOV

(I.Y.. Mames, of ;Moiinteoihiiisit- f farm use.nncc's that: you c.in: i .per ,. ..: 1. hot\ L[ !:.) electricity I
. family applied to
II,s i'il I his son II' ) 1ll1iI1l'K.: : and electricity as
this week. furnished by Dcko-Light. I'I

.. Mrs. Tom C Croft 'is visiting her They can advise you as to the size of I
daughter' :Mrs' G. \\'. .Alderman this And -after the plant is installed they: :are always I

week plant you should have. near-by advise with and that
see
you
o' you get one
:Mrs. II. W. Kaiford and Miss Lucy
I \U.i i ford motorcil. '( through Lake flutter hundred per cent satisfaction out of its operationis -
attendthe H/co.LiAl'/ '" it a complete' electric/ ligflnJ power
route to Urooker to
Saturday en for farms and country homtl.
Central .\sso<' ation. sell'-cranking 0Ir.cool..4"aU
Jim Hitch unit several friends, of bearings! no bflis onlv' one Delto-l.; ;"t is fiijii/friwjl/'/ Inbnr,' 'bcl/feting lit'inticoii'lilions I

\Uaiford. passed through town Sunday place to nreJilSiorhfnllck' Plain, ,,' : ami, actually; i uyln& ,for/ "itself in "time

for Rrooker.D. + t ,+ sae l lonjj-/ ON KEROSKNK.: BatteryUMS : Anti, labor saved in more ilian' 75.fJto) f farm iIOtIWS..as I
W. Rorum spent :Saturday in Pa- q'r r ,
) N'' .
Utka.!
Jesse' Dowlmg, of Ruifonl was in

town Saturday
The H. Y. 1'. U Manual class met DELCOLIGHTCLAUDE
Friday evening at S o'lloik and much

interest was shown nil enjoying reading 1.I 1. .
I this Interesting book.

John Colson, of Hrooker was, a visitor -
to Take Butler Saturday.,

+ e .. Mrs W. :M. Johnson spent' Saturdayin NOLAN, Distributor
Jacksonville.
Jesse! Johnson' is having repair work

doneon hU home. 916 Main St., Jacksonville Fla.
:Mrs.' A. M. Phillips is visiting iclatives im ,

in Luke City this. week. ,1i +
Misses Ressie! and. Katie Croft of

Rranfonl entered the lAke Butler The Domestic Engineering Company Dayton Ohio
Hiprh School last week.T. .

i'. Rivers, of Jacksonville' visit.!

>il 'In Luke Butler last week ..
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