Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04732
 Material Information
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: November 7, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04732
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
alephbibnum - 000579551
electronic_aleph - 003298621
electronic_oclc - 60662535
lccn - sn 95047406
lccn - sn 95047406
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is the last few' tain +*>+**+*+**************+** +*+++++++++***+**++*+**+*+
It no secret that in of the war drives It would seem ++++*++**+****+*+********+ ******+***+***+***++*+++4+ There is probably no organization hear the Red, Cross request for funds
years the South has come in for a that no fair or honest person would, +*+**********+*+*+*******+**+**+++++***++*+*****++** in the world that han received! commendation today without realizing in his heart
great deal of criticism and no small for moment the patriotismand ++*****++++****+++*+***************************+++++ "
a question from different
***++**.**+***+**+++**+*+** ***+******+++******+****** so many that were ho "out of luck, he need
dislike from certain other sections of generosity and self-sacrifice of *****+*******+******+**+***"+-#++*+++****++*+******** sources as the American Red Cross. hesitates. not a minute to ask the help
the country. A variety of reasons the South; yet because of one or two +'t+t44ttt+t44+4444+tIt 4tH++H+tH+1+44444+4 H++i+K ;Marshal Foch, greatest of the world of the Red Crown It is his .
++***++*******++***+++++++ H'''++*+++*+******+*+ M**** Red Cross,
have contributed to such a condition, occasions when the South apparently +I'M++***++***+***+M M+M **+*+++***+**++*****+***** war generals, has praised. it, and so whether he is a millionaire who 1
not the least of which were alarm and failed to make altogether good in war **+**************..44 -M +*** MM++++M****+++++++HHHH has. the American doughboy who sought in the war to gain word! of J
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jealously at the progress our section work, slander has been spoken against +4''++44+++++H+++++++++++++1+44+++4444++++444P +++++++ wrote in a guest bonk in a Ked Cross .son stricken down in battle, or
has made In all lines of endeavor. We us. In none of them was! it justified, ++44+444++++4+++++++1..+++++++++++444HH44114 ++++++++ canteen in France: whether he is a discharged service
have been distinctly "in the lime. in all it has undoubtedly workedto ++ #I4+++H++t++++4t++tH++H4+ +++++HH44 ++++
I yet "All the Red Cross
++ +Ht+H+4+HH444+4.+++44+444+H++++4444+4+44 nurse' lire man, without home or job or funds,
light," and naturally enough have our harm. +++++ .1.++++H+H+t H+.+++++++++++4-++++++4+44-4 +44HH + AWOL from heaven." finding in the Red I Cross a real friend.
paid the penalty as well as enjoyed There is only one way to stop slan + +HH++++++++ .-.I.4.44++H++++H H+++S 144+Ft4HH + Why is thin "The mother '
++ +}.4H4+++++++4HWH, +I 1.1. +4+4.+4'NH +++++++ greatest in the worlJ"tilt'
the profits which the business of being I der and! that is to stop it at the outset ++ +: : :+44it4++4.I 4+FtH..+++H+4.4tH4++++++++4 : It 1 is because the Red, ('rrms. In its Keil Cross has 'been christened.
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in the limelight invariably brings. by giving no loophole for slander to 4++4++144.4 44+44+4++++++#++'+ 4+++1++++44++1++144444.4H I ministrations him been as impartial Another name would' not be
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Were criticism entirely undeserved i be breathed. We can spend the rest ... .4 I +#I t4++ I . . . . . . ... . . I . . .+. .. . I . . . as the wise parent of a family of It is"Kvorybody'ii-
it of time in . . . . , .', . . . . . . I 1
we could afford to disregard ; argument and explanation ++ I . I . I I I' many thildien.! The Red'! Cross has no : buddy"
. . . 5,5.5 11 $ el ISIS 55 11Ill . ISIS 15 $4 III I 44554'N .
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and!, even though it were deserved, we after a thing is done and yet not . ,. . favorites and, it has. played. none. The "So far as the chaplains of the
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could afford to treat it lightly did! it change public opinion one whit. But ... . . ..1. . . . . . I' .., . . . . . . . . + . :::U silver eagle wan no more welcome in army were concerned the chief commissioner -
have material effect us. Unfortunately by doing a thing right at the outsetwe I" . . . I . . . . . . , P' I I . . . . . . . . . its canteens the
no upon ... 1.1..1. . . . . . . . P. . . . . . . . . +44+ during/ war than the of the Red Crows said! to me'
certain instances it has can make public opinion what we ... . . . . . . . . . . tin hat and the that '
in . I I I I . . I tI. . . . . I worn jacket never one night at Souilly as thf II"'T flashed
been both deserved and! harmful, and wish it to be. ... . . . . . . . . . . I ... . . . . . . . . knew the touch of. a Sam ICrnwnn j', with flares rotki-tt and
deserved The has ... . . . . . . . . . . . I' . . . . I' . . . . and artillery, I
in others where it has not been South a wonderful opportunity 5554 III SSSSSISI1I $11115 5555 SI ti-s And today the community nurse ..f' and as planet overhead drum), and
it has yet been harmful because to do a thing right in the Third, : r.: 1I11 : I : : : I : 111 : : the Red Cross, wherever she may be, guns grumbled, angrily\ 'The Red f f(
... . ... . . . . . . . . .
of man's very human inclinetion Red Cross Roll Call. It is the first I . . . . . . 4441.4 . . is as sol citou, in her cure of a huhy OOHS is your The society lived up

to .blame first and look for explanations 'I campaign of national proportion to In a hovel a.I. baby in a crib lined to its. promise und till: chaplains hare

afterward. be presented to the American people .pete with every other in making it a final result than has any other with roue-silk. many happy memories of the help

In such a category can be placed I since the last of the war drives. Every I success. And the South kai possibly I Knowing: this as we do, there is no ft

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-. BRADFORD- COUNTY TELBCRAPR. STAUB. FLORIDA '_,.Rln"v_n. .1\nvtl'"nv. .. .. fl., ...... .

.. . . _ ._ .. . .hNanj ,
ti b l iT wltTITn tFie 1'111111I8'IlJ He was holding the In his neltfier tr.e.o
1'l dIi.ol1t. gun two mnnifN CaTu1)asai, ( to confirm her suspicion Sure enough CHAPTER XVII.
In I lie darkness following this, De hands his lingers overlapping hen, the men" nor those of their Morgan G8plIympalhlzt'f' there In the brown part and In tbe lids
Spain thought he, dlncerned. muzzle at the breast of his
jacket. bad
a figure
: any champion disposed It was, the most troublesome possible Danger.
L outlined, nt the ciiscmcnt.. Some minutes "I'ull he repeated "that's all :you to follow too
I closely the alert kind of an expr""Hloo-hortln! be rvso- When she tiptoed Into her
Inter a door opened and closed. have to do ; I'm steadjlng" It." Medicine Itend railroader uae'.
lute Her fell but
against. uway. Nun's
: He the of She matched back her t'1 room at midnight ber beatthe as
repeated cry the band.
Music owl. oDd 'What In nnd about the
hospital, and In the some damage had been done He did wings of a bird
: could '...nr n footstep ; the next moment do you mean?" she cried. "For me to town Itself. Nun found seemed mn tabroken .
: / the chief obstacle not say another word. None door of u cage Into a
)whimpered i her name nit she kill :you? Shame forbidden
to her peace nf mind In the talk necessary. He Just kept still and
\ StoOd before blm. "You too sky of bappin"MsShe had l ift
Mountain are .ultf'l-oll) I
asked she
;? could not always avoid hearing omethlng-no one could hove sold she lh
/ girl a
"What Is was to take the room a ; r..turoe woman.Sleep .
il It you trouble
yon wnnt ? she asked to crook about De Spain ( onvalescents In the Just what-seemed' to talk for him to she did expect or
so iiilmly thut It him. your finger-and I'll never speak 10t even star
upset ""hy do to corrldois.! practically all of them defenselens Nan. She hesitatedhelplessly.
poor
tof1 here?" you uguln-you'll have men ; the night wn. all too short to
< you come your wish for nevi-r gathered In "
"I leave
sunny corners or at cnn't uncle, she think} of those tense, fearful
\ Where, h,' stood" he was afraid of the ever. the tables In tbe dining room without objected, nt last uesoonts
her
that bud pledged to br
Bound nf h..r.nJt.... "Sham/ 'I" lover.
and afraid, De Spain's "
of hit name coming In some way tek him tn ,come along. the anxieties of her $
By- own "1'0 see 'fr\I'\ he Mild collecting "Whyollltme7" he rxtorted. "I mean Into the talk to be followed with \1 BtlUOI
vary I Her eyes fluttered a nluui i I t the dimly I I helmed her, as they wou
:
L F3 himself. "Come the what I say. If you meant what o"'r\ atfHin
FRANK H. over to pine you ing circumstantial
SPEARMAN
tree. accounts of
il" "
I
0hatr'ally lighted hall '1 ought not to leave. : she felt herself, In
Under Its h.41l.rlln'ht'M. said why don't you put It out of had 1'lOd 11':111. t.aroii
Author "WHISPERINO SMITH"ICoprn where the my happened' that day at Culabiisos.
I here ut the door while resolute
stay of
you Ihlxtrutige, wkon
at I power ever to speak to ? Do "Il lon
{ darkness/ was most Intense he told her you you o

k '.* >. t .. .0 t otO. .OO . . .., why he had come-because he could want me to pull) the trigger?" And, with all the known escapades go. !I ncr own lut..tI and whom she kaevr "ll

'r .i..lir (;.....'..Honknw..Otinal Dot fee her an>where outside. "I told you once I'm not an assassin fn which he hud fljroreo1, *xhati! te
.'" "There Is nothing to see me about," .Ixiw dare you usk me to di, ouch topics, by long-winded commentators gain for a fraction of a second on his I, away. la her heart she bad trlr4 thin
', SYNOPSIS I filing?" --he more less eyes ; when slip drew a brnuth after more than once-she knew she could
.n '. .0 she cried furiously or hazy stories of, his earlier
. "r I On Krontirr l> HI Sln-nv responded still calm. "I helped lit "fall experiences' tat pause everything was over., "I'd not would not, ever do It, er even
c8f"t. ;; ny I y ur uncle. he suggested at Medicine Bend In the
:
S .,- do Spain unman and tralnmanU>rHt you because you were wounded. I give him his medicine first" she I try to do It, again
I Mi'ttrrine, Bt-i>il. )i. hfiitn tn tftritft. .hnotln was glad to Coolly You may hold this meantime company of Whispering Smith were
{
't see you get away without said, looking toward the sickroom door. She rejoiced In his love. She t,
sti-d.
t b, Nnn Moriian of Mtwle Mountain. JffrlM flKhtlng NO you'll know he's lu no danger. Tuk dragged Into the talk./ One convalescent -
T ilivlnlon oui'rrinI.nkflt! ank do Spain ,i hate bloodshed. Ills answer wns calm : When he fpoke she believed tUd man
,/1' la take charyr of tho Thipf Rl\i-r ntiiiti- line, j "Hut my gun nnd call your uncle stage-guard at the hospital tolda OolloH'lublc I j
put "
( yourself In my place a "Do. her hand on I whom no around her
as she laid one bo-
; i hut hi' n film* little "Sliume on you !I" story one night at supper about him w..
'
.: won't you? After what you did the knob of the the hove and, she who bud
: g "dill Ciil call thnt chilled Nan door to eater room : ; never b'Ieved!
iti with
In tbe again
*
.. for liny runn gill|) straiige
rHAI'Tm E II -I> Simln am Nun ilnncinir : me Ixti't It
natural I
ttl t I with finli; M'irtrnn. IH ,lali-r, II. "nit tfi Nan <-n the ,.t,r.t by Gnlc .nd IN sure you are well and not In any their avowals believed
't, I 1 .. mov- I "You are a cold-blooded hruttil, had hud/ It from :McAlpIn himself an "Oh no siui cried I irifllcirmtly.' I I De
.1 l himv.f I" tnlnil anil trouble "
to Ih
< >i>- acct.pt job on I un ?
'1' Ib, .. ,Mam-' lint, "It bo my account ,wretih-I'm sorry I ever helped, 'IIU-- the guard'. said, that lie Spi.ln's father I Ho Ia tlghi',I sllriuly I I : "I'll il.i t :i> here.. Spain, ami secretly, guiltily, slowed in
Inlay natural but It Isn't necessary. 'I'm I hud long a been shot down Nan llsnppcnn., .I. Lounging against every nurd' of his und
I. .. sorry ever let you !help me -I'm ngo from iifnbusli dt'voto.
'j IIAI-IKH I 111 I !> anil' {
( Spain L fi>vor riitot I am In no trouble. No one '
a. ''nlnliiihni. ,inn iiml lh.,.> mt-i-t iitlc. Morgan. hero luinurt I I sorry I ever haw you I" by It cattleman nnd thit Henry the wlodo\\ 'lll opposite' the loor. hoI breuthed faint in Its every curesv.

q I,' .' with, 'I'uif Sui"),liinky, anti tiaiKoon irunnwn find "Kxciisc: even know you. She sprung away before he couldInUTiniHc tie Spain hud sworn to find that' man waited. After I long time Nlghi., cutiM hardly come fast p"h.Rrt..r .
lOin f "thi Monran ctan me for
r' r* MorKnn demand coming then. I .
." II.. IIM.hflrw. of n BtAKe driver nnil Ui.rI <. i-out., "'nn ...to.."... .._____._ -- I I II Word. He ,.t 1<1'.111, n film-* l I.i. Spnin m< Pta Nnn but fnlllIn -- .n. nn.. 41111, wniiuui ''''UWII'II'IIOIIII'IIJng. j by the Mi'MenneHs of her outburst tryIng strongly that DP Spain haul, Information out She closed U softly behind her : times during that day she lerainiledherself
"
hi avtntinn Mhi.CHAPTRR I here
cm to last
rcmnr r / was
night. when lie consented "I 1 waited for him to > to sleep" sheexplained while tho slow .
t. "I 1 know .... to listen) and to breathe ut the to coroo to gi majestic 'unnhnru
,) IV-Si-, *"m knife Elp.th. ..-. you .er.. Shill tilia.'. lie heard the front dour Sleepy Cut that the, assassin still lived, as Mio sinrii) ,d dow I tlio cbr- simmering, on the hot "sert,

.. .atiiite the HtronKniil'l drIer, and< i-t f the.ipeH Montana.., Morican'aKp. D. He started." "You ruiide! no sign." close; mid I'tIHIIulllnl! :. But no fur- and lived "somewhere, around the head ridor with De Spuln. "He's had so that she hud promised to .steal. eat Into

A I'tel' fevir unit s' >tt KO In alter him, "Why should I? I suspected' It was thtr sound froin t the house greeted his of the sinks niuch paIn toduy-I hope he sIIPps. the grounds the minute ilnrknesH! fell -

"j and Kpttln brings .uut; Siiiwion alone.CTIAPTRR you. When you came again tonight,: I earn. On that very evening It chanced the "I hope so, too," exclaimed PI Spain lie would be waiting. A hundred times
t
I v. V-Hp mepta Nan. who de- knew I should hnve to speak to you- I ".\/UJ I thought/ he muttered to doctor eamo late. When he walked: In .fervently. In the long afternoon Nun looked luto

taya him until nvttrlv overtaken by the at least to ask you not to come again." himself. he asked.. her if she Nan the She 'the cloddless .sky with
Morgana but lands his r-uptlve In JaJL & "Hint might/ culm her. down a knew it was Frontier I l/Cnorc Implication. w."h'f a.4
.'j.tt I "Hut you will ho In /and out of town little. I'm certainly In wrong now." day, and reminded! her that justa looked' straight abend. She hud nothing -I puny eager hands, would have pushed

I Spain C1IAPTKR brardn: VT the-Snannnn:Murtrana breaks In. a Jail.aaloon.. Dei sometimes won't you, Nan?" year ago she, bud shot against I/enry to city De Spain walking beside the lugging orb on Its course that she

anil la phot At through> the ..Inllo..... Ue "It I am, It will not be to talk with CHAPTER XVI. de Sputa and beaten the most", dangerous her, devoured her with his eyes; listened -I might sooner give hprstl Into the

neeta Nan again you." man ODtAlltbe deadliest. shot on the f to her footfalls ; tried to make arms where she felt place 8 suit,

CHAFrKI H Vii TI t prf-vpntn her tcolnr The words were spoken deliberately. Her Bad Penny. mountain divide In her rifle match !''talk ; but Nan was silent her honor safe, her helplessness so protected

I Into Duke a anil Ratnbllna Inutile fai hull: -, tn Hamluiky flnil her anil Incle Lo-. De Spain was silent for a moment. Nan reached her room In a fever of How he had grown In the Imagination Standing on the wide veranda out. II herself so loved.

.i Gin, who prudently! decline to right at "Not even to speak to me?" he asked. excitement angry: nt De .Spain, bitterly of Sleepy Cut and Music mountain side the front dour, she assented to How her cheeks burned after supper
time.
"Yo II must know the position I am I angry/ lit Gale. angry with the mountains she said to herself-while the the beauty of the distant lullnuton. I when she asked her uncle for leave to

snake CHAPTICR peace!: with Vitio N I n. Spnin.arrange anxloua. a little to In," she answered "And what a po- the world and resentfully fighting doctor talked to her uncle-since that but not enthusiastically. D. Spain post a letter downtown 1 How breathless

I>lan with MuAlrln the barn man to tuition. you place me In If I am seen to I the pillow on which the cried herself day a year ago t Then he was no more declared It could be seen very much with apprehension she baited as

i waiting rive tier for out her to iroi-i Ufa- (un'e down isp to the and laD while to peak to you. This: Is my home. You to uleep. than an unknown and discomfited better from the street below. Nan Da Spain stepped from the shadow of

ret a cup of coffee are the enemy of my people." In the morning every nerve was on marksman from Medicine Bend, beatenby thought she could see very well where the trees and drew her importunately

; .' CHAPTICR IX-In the ri>i.rte
!VW' t.an.trapftpd. lie kllla Randuaky and I "And you can't expect them not to chopping' utterance, said something I talked-of man In the high country. And answering questions-dryly, I la true, burned on her troubled lips all day !

:'I'";' ,1 ,. eapee, badly wound wounded.Gale and Bassoon and ae 'resent any acquaintance on my part short to her at their very early breakfast the suspicion would sometimes obtrude and In mOlloBylableB. but answering. How, girl-like, knowing his caresseswere

with Itself with pride Into her De leading the a step or all her
you. he wall surprised by an answer mind, that way own-knowing she

'f'1: I C wanders CHAPTICR Into Bewildered Morican'a (ap and and weak la ,discovered he He paused. before continuing. "Do ','quully short. Her uncle retorted she who never mentioned his name .two forward at a time, coaxed her at an Instant call forth enough cud

: X;' on Muelo mountain. by Nan.q you count Oale Morgan as one of your sharply A second curt answer greeted when It was discussed before her down the driveway. I smother her-she tyrannized ata Importuning

CHAPTER XI-Nan to prevent further people he asked evenly. his rebuff, end while be stared at realty Knew end understood blm better I one siooa again irresolute, tic drinking -. and like a lovely ml er,

*., flffhtlna JyToAIpin 6o? ..e not ,...II. but flnda out froaa "I suppose I moat" her Nan left the table and the room. than any of those that talked so In tbe fragrance of her presence hoarded ber responsiveness uaeVr calm

I, rapped and that had De Hpaln left nil had cartridge reallybeen belt I "Don't you think you ought to count Duke taking two of tbe men, started much-tbat she had at least one great after tbe long separation and Ilaytoj eye and laconic whispers until, wbea

LIvid when he went Into the flatit at the III of your friends your well-wisher, that morning for Sleepy Cat with secret with blot aJone. her reluctance guardedly. She did give back his eagerness, shemade

I !::4 those who would defend you with their a bunch of cattl lie rode a fractious When leaving, the doctor wished to know" she exclaimed with sudden re his senses reeL

L .J able CHAPTER to travel Xir-Nan While brlnce De food Bpaln to to him.un. lives among your people She made horse Infuriated as Ills horses frequently send over from bIll office! medicine for sentment "you make" .It awfully lard How dreamily she listened t every
,
ITe tell. her that he became a eninraan to no answer. "Aren't they the kind of were, by his brutal treatment, her uncle. Nan offered to !go with him, to be mean to yon? word he let ral In

Had and deal with .hi* fathers unknownaiiderer ;people/ ," be persisted "you need when bolted in a moment unguarded by his but the doctor said It was pretty late With a laugh he caught her hand devotion : h oupma_0
He 'iv. Nan hi* last caxtIid you are In trouble?" and Main street and made ber walk down the hospital band to crave1 l
e. master and flung Duke on his back: In pretty noIsy-be preferred reltrln busy latrualoe,

CHAPTER XIII-Oale almost stumbles "You needn't remind me I should be a strip of lava rocks. to find a memenger. When steps." "You may b as mean as yon I aDd asked If he knew tbat UO-BJBO ID

over De Bpaln't hldlnK iac.. Nan draw grateful to you-" The old! man-In the mountains a there came a rap on the half-open door, like be aDswere Indifferently. "Only, the world, least of all her flerea and
him away and to atop Oale'e rouch "Nan I" he be never ask mean to I
wootnt exclaimed. is went forward to take tbe medicine you. burly cousin bad
De bluff man called old after he ever touched her lipsuntil
Spain him out with an passes "
Nan I> empty "For I am," she continued unmoved. from the messenger and saw, standing 1 wish to heaven :you would be he himself
!rUn. plana a Hpaln'a eacape. forty-was heavy, and the fall a serious she forced a kiss ea them
'But- 01)) lie before her In the ball. De Spain retorted I the night before. "And
CHAPTER XIV-D.. Spain rrawla out picked himself up while now I" She
t_. ef the goD over th.> face of El Capitan "It's a shame to accuse me In that the men were recovering his horse She shrank back as If struck. She you he asked, "what bid her face against his shoulder. "Ob.
I
at night, Nan meeta him with a hnrae and way." tried to I we were doing a year ago today?"
speak. Her :, Henry
I tile cartridge belt which she had aneaked knocked the horse over the head with tongue refused It IIol1'e. how I love you I so
from MoAlpIn and lie Spain rides Into "You were thinking when you spoke II piece of jagged: rock when the frightened \ De Spain held a package out I "No. Before be could speak again ashamed I couldn't tell you If 1.weren't

Calabaaaa."See )what happened with Oale on Music! beast wns brought back climbed In his! hand. "Doctor Torpy asked me I I she changed her answer : "Yes I do night ; I'l never look you In I the face
aiountain." to give you this." remember I I said 'no' you'd be sure again In "
Into the saddle,. again and rode all the tbe daytime
'. k McAlpta, Dull, next time you're "I wish to nod you and I were on wuy Into town.Hut "Doctor Torpy? What Is It?" to remind of what we were doing. And when he told her how little be

over CalaliiiHax way. Here"-IH> :Spain; Music! .. mountain again I I never lived when his business win' done "I really don't know I suppose It I I from We CIII't the see as"well here 8 we could himself had hud to do with and how

drew Borne currency from his pocket ir did anything worth living for till Duke 1 ) too, was) done. lie could neither is medicine." She heard her uncle turn steps. i!' little h. knew about girls, even from
,
and hnndfd bill you came to me that day in his bed at the "Hut from here, you have the bl'lt'
a to I'IIRC. 410 ;t-t on Music sit a horse, nor sit In a wagon"; Sleepy sound of volce.s.Thinking view boyhood, how she feigned! not to be.
In
rour hair cut Pi>n't talk too much iioiintaln. It's true I was thinking of Cut wits stirred ut the only that he must not at any Sleepy Cat of Music mountain." lieve, und believed him
and that I
wear your whiskers long .uuil your ,,ltat happened' when I spoke-but not On-. mini uhi> hud delled news. everybody In cost see De Spain Nun stepped quickly "We didn't"come out here to see Music" \ were two children raised .UI'the They

tongue Hhort." ::0 remind you you owed anything to I Into the hull and faced the messen mountain of mugla
hour
the mountains for an to the
,
I "KlRHt-01"", jie. "You doVt ; get that out of your have been laid low twenty and years sent to should the ger. "I was over at the doctor's office "I come bere often to look at It. Youwon't life and dizzy together Hupr"/e on Its 1..lllt summit.of

"You underHlnnd." lead. just now" continued her visitor let me see you-what can I do ,

"Take It from old Bull Puge, he's a "I do, though." hospital) hy a mere broncho was thetopic evenly ; "be asked", me to bring this but look at where you live? How long "I don't see how you can care for

a wnrM'u-- _. .' i."..nr d... ..f .". ....,,i.b_ u.u..wx .., .... "I Huoke' In the WilY I fiM barn." I of many -comments. Dt SpaIn, down for .vmii. ..rn,l..." .Cl..... *"*.!. .K are you going to keen me away?" me, Henry.. Oh. I mean It she pro
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Ranted 1 to ;; wno wus ut I'alalniHHS, knew Nan | Nun did not He : atnutcu. holding her bend resolutely
knows hiM friends remind you of what might package with an Incoherent acknowledgment. answer. urged her "You up.
:. "Put remernhpr this inppcn some time when I'm not near." would not be alarmed should her unclenot Without letting her | to speak. "You know very wel Is know who we are away off there
-you don't know ) eyes I In the
return that
But
night. mountains
early In the
If "I 1 shan't be caught off meet his she my that will never friendlywith Everyone hates us.
conscious It'ople
me. ao)bol" known you for II frli-ni] my guard was of bow I
iK'iln.' I !know morning u messenger from McAlpInrode you, she suppose they've plenty of reason to:
"Haw
how fresh I
? of mine to defend myself and clean and strong be looked replf. can
you are no good to '. See
III" ?
from a drunken man." to her with a note telling her of dressed In livelier be?" we hate everybody el"... And why
: Bull was beyond a manner than I
hiM
expressing
comprehension the accident. shouldn't
In words Ht could not restrain" all the bitter- ( usual. -a partly cowboy effect with atiruiider They were passing a lawn settee "e1Ve're at war wMi 1 ev

r' i oodded. and Hcrewed alone.hlH fare lie wIukd less he felt. "Thut alan" he Raid. de- Whatever his vices, Duke hud been hat an<] a gayer tie than he '! He nut down. She would not follow. eryone. You know better thai I do,
Into a Jberlll'I a good protector' to his dead brother's I' She stood, la what goes on In the gap I don't
i
I thousand wrinkles De ) "Is more dnngerous sober ordinarily, affected., De) Spain kept on a sort of protest at his want
Spain, wlit'el- hnn child. He hud, sent her to schools side but he to know ; I try not to know
{ 4 Ing, rode the : ) drunk. good xpcuklug : "The telephone girl lu the did not release her bao,). ; lTncle
away, old limn lillnklnir %'hi4'ii nnd tried, to revive In her, despite her "I'll tell how Duke tries to keep things froai
flrat ufter !him. nml, then I can't defend. myself, myutile olllce downstairs' told me to come right you you can be lie re- me-'
In his 'hund. I IIi> didn't Ht the money will defend m..." lIuluwllr,1 I ,I Htirro-J lull tigs, the better traditions up. How Is your uncle?" turned., "Make me one of your, ,people.." that dny on Munlc'I coulIt't b.lleve

profess to unfliTHtnnd "Ask him to .let mo help." of the family as it had once She regarded him wonderlngly. "I Is "That never can be," she declared you meant It at all. And yet-I'm
everything In the high country "lie U,'ii. ri..h.'uI, In Kentucky. Nnn took thesaddle I liked to try to think
t ornlt
doesn't stubbornly. "You eld.
need hits
know yes
It
hut he could still I dlNtlnKUlvli any help. And haoulil II good deal of pain she IInMwert'd'Iu.tly. us well us
principal I tl ures at tim end of tutu never ask you. If he lilt!. I can't I for Sleepy Cat I III haste a nil I do. Why do you suy such things?" 3011 looked at me I felt as If
II linnk- l lye tit home mid II III rill. When" "die, rt'lIl'Iwtl her uncle'sbedside she demanded' you could see right through >."
Dote.'h..u ho trumiied to I'liliilmsua know you ; that Is "Too bad he should 111'e been hurt drawing/ away her hand I.

the next day to Interview :McAlpIn h.rect'lvu'ul .. nhy I ask you not to come again." she ini'lerxtood how seriously In such / "n '. Are you pretty w..l.NUll "lo) you want to know?" 1 Confidences never came to an end
lie was Hlent.| he had tit-en hurt and the ulo.'tor'uataairnlngs "No." And
more advice, with a "Don't you think ? She thanked him. diplomacy came Into Its own almost .
I strong tll things cll1ldt'r"I"-hhl'! were, not needed. to convince "It's because I love at once lu De '
hesitated. Spain's
burr about "Stay here good ,do effortx to
keepInK bbs ou.ii counsel., a d'II. you? I'll YOI.
I loti a little I'XIII'I1H"llOIIt'y to run him is If not knowing how easiest" to put her he must have cure. bet you don't know what duy this is?" She strove to command herself Improve his relations with tt e lajeln-

l until an npenlntf |lr"H'nt..el Itielf on t-"you ought: to be willing to shake Duke refused to let her leave him, Nun looked up the corridor, but she "Whether you do or not can't make cahle Duke. The day came W'I Nun's

,' the pay roll. lam!* and say good-by?" in nny cnsi. and Nun relieved the answered to the point : "You'd lose." any difference" she returned steadily. uncle could be taken home De Sittl| a

hut "Wb)', It you wish It," he answered" nurse anti what was of equal nurm"lIt.11I11. "We are separated by sent to him a soft-spoken
long before Hull everything ,
CulahnsiiK Tuge rcitched ;aken aback. And' he added more qulstly .... herself custodian of the cash. .I'H our anniversary. She darteda There's a gulf between us. nevercan Huh Scott offering tu. provide eaitahury.light
I that '
day De Spain' hud act look (.t Indlgnunt disclaimer at him. J I
"Yes, I If you say so." In hand before Duke's town companions be cr.tlled..0 should both of stage, with his

he ed. When be left Hull at the bridge, "I 1 mean for "",...1." .fillM_ __._ _.._.*- m hnlil___ f_>_f _It._. f.li-iMiafntiiil.__..__......... Hut In doing ". she met his eyes. us be wretched It It ever were crossed." trip. The Intrnlible(nlllplmenLo mo.s4ajn A.the

Htnrtcil for ('alll''>lIHII", took. xupper "!-" he returned trips to the gup were as the n. .. _, __ .____ with. hl. .. h rr,
pausing necessary -- ?
there, ordered. middle., horw for "don't itmm rmen Hum me Dencn and .iiuffu ucuepi ane eve
one "You are not weeks passed ami her uncle could not I branch. Mew Itob
o'clock In the willing to be. ralr caught her hand "It's because we out of the room
inornlnK. went l I.> his. "1 want to be lie III"\"'". These Nun had, feared Nun wa-s crushed.
fair-I don't want to us haven't crossed It we're ." he by the list De
room Hli-pt
Hoiiinlly. undo Hhorily, I a ri.'r wretched. r..ul.
jromlsv more than human threatening iin encounter either by aid determinedly. Spain was not to be'
,I b.. -aa culled. slurtccl, for Muxle nature will "Cross It with me dlruyed
moun' tie ml for-and ''lilent\ or on his part designed' 0".1' | Lefever
Iii 1 In. Hi I walked, hU 1"1''si, Into tin then break my word. now !I" He clugh 1..1 In bin arms. came to tar after
gap *'l lUll _niif_ _nwUlin_.__ .ii. ..hh'4 .l..,.." lit* Stuilli.I Hut the linneiiillnir. " She Nan hud got her
anil' roue straltflx for Duke H n. .m. n -- escape.. She knew uncle borne. "
1 turtri'Ms., 1-riivlnu: I the linrxe Morpin'M, : "Not ii whole lot to you I know. ter' never tk; place.I De Spain i attending what wall coming and. fought to keep he begun without any "Ilrary
iimler!
? heavy, mountain I plm-, 'lose to I Inroad.a Hut d.! > >oti really menu that you don't closely to his own business" , her fuce from him. With r"llstles8str..n.rh. "there l I. one thing about pr..lmh.t..s.your precipi
.ant Iii.. iminiigeil to keep accurate track of her tate
ever to speak to / and ride
De Spiilti I walked* iniefiilly. I but iii r'c't ly }ou again? yet carefully ns a moth..rwih up Music mountain MUM I

aruti nil I I tin tioiisc t m I iln' "mxl sdiThe|i I "If you must. put I It t thut way-yes." whereabouts without getting In her q-/ 4 an obstinate child, h(' held her never got clear In my mind. After the

Iky was cloudy, ,nud" I Ih,' darkness. ulUlo ""' "-he tcok a long breath wily She had come, to>> Sleepy' Cut \ I slight body against his breast, relentlessly tight your cartridge belt was banging

i ..t coinplt'le.' I II I.. tiinle: his 'there Is one way to uiake sure of that drcudlng to meet him nud fearing hisititltieiie. drnwlnl her head closer, "Let up In the burn at Caliibustis r( two
wny us )
1 dose as he could t<> :Nan's window, midralsol I'll till you honestly I don't want to "' over her but this apprehension me gi'> panted, twisting her avertcii weeks 101 walked In to us that morn
I _land In (be of such with the jui'xlnir of a curiously head, from the hollow lug your '
the .soft crooiilni note( of the way It wish If of his arm belt buckled on. You
I it's brief period, dissolved, Into n confidence !- f Drinking In the wine of told us you It
J !lenert otl.Aft.'r really sours..on have said, It \ 1(1 her frightened put on before gee

a while In1 wns able to distinguish sn't fair perhaps, for me to go against In her ability to withstand fur- breath, he bent over her In tbe darkness Upstairs What t <>h. yes I know CUe,

t i the outline i tor her "II s.'luont. niul It. Uot your pistol, with you =Nan" thei Interference, on anyone's" purl IIrnLs until his pulsing eagerness linked Henry. Itut belt wasn't hanging
with her feelings.Cole .
1 with much putleme and. some little "No. her0'1 lips to his 01'1. She bad i towostlr8] with your COlt earlier In

kill remaining from (Hit. boyhood tluys "That Is the way you take care of Morgan rode Into town frequently surrendered. tj her first kls. j evening. XI. Henry it wana't-not

I he kept up the faint mil. Down at the yourself.. l.s It?" nnd Nun ut first painfully apprehended He spoke.. "The gulfs crosscut Are I' when I looked Don't tell me such

f l Hit barn the clmlm-d, watchdog tore Tin not afraid of you." hearing sometime( ; of a deadly you so awfully wretched?" ] thInJ. becuu.se I don't know Where

himself with a fury of "You ought to be ashamed of yourself duel l between her. truculent gap admirer They sank together down I was belt when you found Itr
burking at the on the
Intruder, but mounlnln not to be. And you don't eveu and her petslstent. town courtier .uiru. .". on"., nuc.. .." ene_L _" ., "Ue, distance from th" _. n. T.u -..-
lions become "- --- "t,
were (common Wilt .
1 t. la the gap, aD'l' I In- noisy xentlnelpained know whuiu you'll meet before you can -wlm wns more considerate and better __ of me now?" IRlerel. I a"ml that. Il tt'l you : some .one.
lock the front door mannered but no less dogged., aud. | moved the .
Oil credit for his alarm.' Inileed aguln. You promised / "You are better off now than It was not where

"' when the di,>K Nlackened his- me never to go out without It. In fact a good deal more difficult h' ever were, Nan. You've gained this you I left It. I was hurried the mornlag I

lleri'i'neMs. I'rotnUe me that once more, will ?" limi'lle.' rode in, and I can't
De you moment
Spain I threw a stone a big brother a lover tel you Just wtiere
I hl* way to encouraice u fresh OUlll1"over. She did... ax he asked her. "Now, give .\s to the boisterous.. mountain flout drug around the world after you can I found It."
"'
But neither tlu .tinrdlun nor the In- me your hand. plea.se" he went on, Pal.. resolute little cousin ninde. no ..i>- piece of thread." you witha Lefever never batted an eyelash "I

trader "Take hold of till...." ,cret of her iletestntlon of him. !ShontMiieu I know you can't.
was uMiIn
urouse unyouo .L_ ' . . "You act as if I could! n"Dr Because yon
wltliln the house.Undeterre '\'IlItt) U It?" 11 nu uvifl't' Him as openly as uclrl WOI't Tbat hybrid
'1 It McAlpIn
!
Spain you you, to me won't
forever
held Ills ground: ,us long afraid.. !She heard the slight click of ( IuiilfTerr. 'iice She was quite, This Is?" We'll tell All I want to say Is.
\ dn r'uk us he tlllr..I.VbNI the hammer' with 11 thrill of strange ap alone, to,). In tier fen of any' fatal keep our secret till we can manage trust that man too far you can
> > He's
drew The followIIIK thr.'aiten.'ul nleht h,he with prehension. "What are you doing??" : meeting between the two men who "Have you seen tbe decorations In things! ; and we wi manage them. Ev. my recent salary }:very time 'get all
:: will Jeffries
thi, gap: i-urller and, ulth wn* la she demanded. 1 hurriedly. seemed iletermluctl! to pursue her I Milo street? Come to the door Just a erythlng right. Nan because raises my pay that balry-puwed.

termination. He tnss.nl renewed lie- "I'tit your tiiiKer: on the trigger-so. The truth was hat after Calabasns.De minute and /e the way they've lighted everything must coma right." doctor reduces It Just so much borjw-
a '
pebble "I a
Into It IH cocked. = the arches She knew the only hope you are not wrong," she And he mnotl.
NMII'II. open window and. 'i0Pllll. Spain, from Thief river to Sleepy Just expression does It with one pack
renewed his. murmured, her fiftytwo .
I RoftcjlI. ioon o IH'hf!_ IllokereJ fjir an She caught her breath. "What do Cllt.11" tmirkeil man :None: souihittnrrnits : of bis eyes that weot with somber -yes turned "ward tbe small cnrd-i that you coulJ stick

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PACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEL GRAPa. STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919
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ff'J I' I i News o Florida i in Short Paragraphs. : I and entirely cut to the where fleshy it part joined.of the the truck.other IT: HELP BUILD IT HIGHER-JOIN !

+w..arrnvr.-av- The injured! man was placed in a
r"--- :i / truck with a white man holding his

: Live State News j head and shoulders and two negroes
L. : holding his! limbs, but he bled to death
Itiit, tJ\" .*+ wtPM'AMw*** ****** ..wwn..w.emwn.nomr, by the time the truck reached, Joshua

1 ) Told by Our Exchanges. Creek.

'of"' .' The question, shall an operating, \ $

',1! Clearwater! has Imilt a sea wall in to be in money which will be paid to gineer or an electrical worker man th i e.l yl \ :

\Jr'I'r front of the town and is filling in behind I the receiver within nine months from lone electrical crane in the big shipbuilding I

1 it with snn ,., front asumption of $223,000 in outstandingbonds Company, South Jacksonville I is the
I bone of contention that has resultedin
and
over $6,000 in interest
There are forty-two chartered postsof some $1 i.OI/O/ taxes the laying off of 1,500 men and the
'f" the American Legion in Florida stoppage of a weekly payroll of $."0- ,

'1 ,! : and thirty others organized: and waiting Harry L. Kelsey, of the Boston- 000. In a word, 1,500 working men

i ., 1 for their charters Palm Beach Development Company, in Jacksonville and South Jackson
t. : is having a $75,000 residence erectedin ville are idle, and have been since last

.. A new fuller's earth plant capable Palm Beach; a store room on Clematis Friday night, when the engineersstruck
'/ "..;"" f of handling 1,000 tons of earth a avenue is being remodeled to be simply because of a dispute in
month will be built immediately ont fitted as the office of the development the ranks of two local employed at

the upper Manatee river as the result company, and 125 men are at wftrk these giant yards' over the positionof

V "1 of a deal recently closed. clearing the site of Kelsey City, eight a single man.

miles north, planting forage crops
) It is said that the fowling mill at mid preparing a demonstration farm. This community was shocked Wednesday -
/i. Branford, has enough orders ahead to when it became known that J.

,'. keep the mill running twelve hours I The second liquor theft that has occurred II. Jones, one of the city's wealthiest
I 1 t per day for the next twelve months! in the last month took placeat citizens had committed suicide by > JLI''

i' and possibly longer. I Kunnell Tuesday night when approximately shooting himself through th ehead at ,
$15,000 worth of champagne his home south of town, some time
:\ .; ;. Mrs.: Flora A. Roberts, wife of A.
und other alcoholic beverageswere during/ the night. He was unmurJ'i..tI.all"d ,
''''I''f II. Kl: "erts, of Irlamln, committed suicide I stolen, it is alleged.), from the I 71, and lived alone on his beautiful -
't 1 Thursday by jumping into Lake safe in the county courthouse. This farm, where he carried on extensive
p Formosa, near the Florida Sanitarium safe was formerly the property of the I, farm operations on scientifir
1 where she was recuperating from an Bunnell Development Company and principles., :Mr. Jones was found by L

I. operation.A doubtless its combination was knownto the caretaker of his farm and the body
a number of people outside of the was in a sitting position dressed for
canning factory with n capacity county:, authorities.As burial.
of 25,000 cans daily has been given

'..1 a tryout ut PeFuniak Springs and, wan an indication of the present brisk I What is probably the largest development i I
Jr- found to be working fine. The first demand for St. Petersburg "ropprtY'1 I enterprise in the history of I Il Ilf

,* '.. a product canned will be sweet potatoes. in which there has been Broward county was launched last I II ( ,

lately, it wan stated by :Mayor Al 1-'. I I week when the Pennsylvania SugarCo. AIJWIV 1/(/ .
Avocado pears arc bringing as much .Lang that he had turned down at leasta ., a corporation with several' million ./
k: as $30: a crate for the best grades in dozen offers, in the last! few weeks dollars backing and with their _

and around Dade and St. Lucie coun- for property purchased! on Cenitrnl head offices at Philadelphia, purchased i1I1/( / '
ties. There is short in these ,
a crop avenue.. Each offer was! at a figure a tract of 00,000 acres of land all ) J/
actions owning to storms at a time
that would net Mayor Lang a good in this county excepting two sectionsover ,
when the fruit could be most injured.
profit. He paid about $1,100) a front the line in Palm Beach county.

foot for the property and has an- The purchase price paid was $500,000or
To V'olusia county goes the distinc- nounced that he will hold .it for $1,500:'; $8.33: per acre. The Pennsylvania

t tion Florida of being in one which of the no deaths six countiesin from a front foot. I Sugar Co. will probably develop this RED CROSS FIGHTING TO BUILD UP $1.01 SPENT FOR

malaria recorded during 1918. I land I immediately, putting in the need ,
were A pumpkin vine one foot and three
h ed drainage ditches and the land will
it The other five are St. Lucie, St. Johns! inches in curcumference, covering one-
all be out to sugar cane just as
; Lee, Hamilton, and Okakosx.ff6 .. half acre of land from which one pick-I rapidly put as possible. STRONGER AND HEALTHIER COUNTRY, EVERY $1 GIVENRED

ff6 l - ing totaled a full wagon load, : -
People of Charlotte Harbor and leaving 127 mature :I
pumpkins,
pump
i Punta Gorda are feeling rather elated kins! still on the vine, JH growing on I I I I John Evans, a negro, was beaten to CALLS ON ALL AMERICANS TO HELP CROSS HAD REMARKABLE:
( that the contract for the completion the Himmelwright tract near Lake ,' death with the handle or a sledgehammer RECORD OF ECONOMY IN
' of the bridge across the bay between Hillsboro canal Saturday night near his homein WAR.
Okeechobee the ,
on THIRD ROLL CALL LAUNCHED FOR TWO MILLION MEMBERS TO
N JSast Leesburg, the murder being '
the two towns has! been let, with the and the vine has had a prominentpart 'I !
1 I'' 'a prospects of work being started at an charged to George Coney, a negro CARRY ON WAR AGAINST SICKNESS AND SUFFERING RED
in social events of the ca-
i recent Money Given In Third Roll Call T
I early date. nal region, supplying the materialfor I blacksmith. Three eyewitnesses have CROSS WILL DEVOTE MONEY TO HELPING SOLDIERS, SAVING -
described the murder which was evi I Go Mainly for America and
AND
BABIES OTHER
r the pumpkin pies 'which formedthe LIVES OF "HOME WORK.!
4 A realty deal involving 29.000 acres favorite refreshment. dently premediatted and particularlybrutal. -- American
A white man has become identified
hast '
land and little
of a over $300,000 !
After months of preparation by 4.000 put' in every home In America one
interests with the case, it being charged Atlanta Oa.-Tht're are two -
been closed whereby turpentine With the opening here Wednesday!
t bribe Red Cross Chapters, with their 17,000 person, capable of caring for the sick
that he ;
td
attempted some newomen -
obtain of that another about the Third Red Roll Call
possession amount of the Ocala stockyards, biltIIt..p allover extend Cross
establish alibi for branches and 30,000 auxiliaries!, instruction In drat aid to reach
I of land in the eastern part of the forward in the live stock fiidus-I gro to an the country the Third Red Cross every' school and factory in the land; which campaign; leaders In the south
Coney.
county. The Howard Turpentine Com; try of Marion county wat made. I now organize and conduct
< Roll Call for 20.000,000 members lifesaving/ -corps: are emphasizing-one the fact that the
of the Bradentown section in .) 7., C.
pany yards have been tstablished by
tremendous to combat
Is getting under way with a an annual lusts of 7,000 lives Red Cross has proved Its ability and
V1* the puprchasing party. Chambliss Company of Ocala, for the :I Cleo Hughea young white man
sweep In every part of the nation. Ly drowning; be able to furnish reliefto trustworthiness to handle funds In a
& purpose of providing a market for the employed by the Phosphate Mining From "Red Cross Sunday," November any community stricken by disaster buelness-like way, and the other the
hogs of this section of the state. Purchases I Company, met death Tuesday by "
failure
Following to secure permission 2. through "Armistice Day, November ; teach: putrlotlMii and service to fact that the money received !In the
t to charge seven cent car fares will be made of hogs in any I drowning in a phosphate pit at Chris- 11, the great drive will continue. the youth of the nation through: the Third Roll Call will be expended almost
M the Jacksonville Traction Company, ( number, the idea being to provide a : tina.{ Young Hughes was engaged in Not only Ked Cross chapters and Junior Red Cross; protect the Inter wholly In America for the benefit
what is understood to be a friendly market for the farmer who has only : soVne work about the pit where it was Red Cross workers are mobollzed to trots of discharged soldiers by its home of the American people.
,s suit and petition for receiver wall filed I a few hogs, and is unable to ship in 1,' necessary to swim, and was! suddenly Insure the success of the Roll Call In service depr.iUuent: and enlarge this When anybody asks whether money

against the Jacksonville TractionS carlots to the packing houses. I II taken with cramps, and drowned before the Southern' Division, which Includes department, so that It will help civilians given to the Red Cross will be frittered
Company and Thursday Judge Call aid could reach him. Witnessesto the state of :North< and South Carolina as well; build up an organization or squandered, campaign speakers
1 named E. J. Triay receiver. for the The! power house of the Miami Traction' the tragedy rescued the body in a Tennessee, Georgia and Florida, but of trained nurses and volunteers that turn to Its war record and point to
company. I Company was totally destroyedby I short time and a physician summoned the organized women of these Mutes will make epidemics almost Impossible the remarkable fact that for every dollar
fire Tuesday morning The fire j but all efforts to resusciate him have pledged/: their aid and the. returned ; provide cure for babies and given b> the American people, II II 1

The sugar shortage over the country originated in one of the cars in the I failed. soldiers represented by the mothers and thus save for usefulness went to the actual purpose for which
is working havoc with the grapefruit I barn. There was! an insurance oi" the American Legion have pledged, their thousands of little lives now sacrificed the money was Intended. In other
: market. The demand has fallen machinery, cars and buildings for :New York, and other northern cities support as well to a man through; through ignorance words, each dollar earned t'lllO cents
while loss between have nothing on Jacksonville, for their national officers Ministersthroughout , :Many of these things the Red CrossIs
j1 off considerably and prices seem t. $9,000, the amounts to I interest. One cent of that two cents
have a tendency to fall. Poor prices I $75.000) to $100,000. Seven cars history may now record that that city this division and throughout / doing already The Third Roll Calla provided for expenses of administration
has seen the NC-4, and entertainedher the United States have taken up / success means that It will do them
have prevailed in the grapefruit market were burned. The president of the and the dollar Itself and a cent
d for two weeks, due quite largelyto I company it in Philadelphia] and it can- pilot, Lieut. Commander Read, and I the cause.. better than ever, that the Red Cross ''I besides. went. to actual relief work.
the shortage of sugar. riot he determined, what the company I I most of her original crew, who accompanied The need of the Hall Call and for will fight sickness, disease. and sufferIng If the Red Cross could do that in
will do until his return. him on the first air flight over those who will answer. "Here!" can beset throughout our country and makeIt the war. when no organizations and no

The. contract for the dredging necessary the Atlantic ocean to Europe. The forth tersely.. The lied Cross a happier cleaner land to live In. nations were any too careful or economic -
I ITlimpa'lI NC.4 left Jacksonville Thursday for fights for American humanity It Membership costs only one dollar to In the way they spent Red
to give Tampa 27 feet of water Workmen and l working women in money
f has been let to the United )Dredging two hundred l cigar factories, :Miami where it will make a two-day fights against ignorance, sickness, suffering very person but 20,000.000 members Cross workers declare It 'Is certainlyto
While in Jacksonville thousands and misery In every form. For means 20,000,000 dollars and with 20OoO.OOO .-
stop. be believed that the Red Cross
i Company of :Norfolk, Va. Tampafor employing about 15,000 persons! have will
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of people viewed this unique airshipand the Red Cross the war Is not ov..r.Anll dollars the Red Cross will do do well at the
as least in times
years has waged war for deeper started a fight against the high cost j peace ,
did thin the war was> over? more for America than It
ever did
that city holds high the privilegeof you and that money given In the
and yet deeper water and this will of I living practically every factory Askyourself before. Third
c.t mean much to Tampa and the Tampa unit in the city declaring for a resoIn |i having seen this great airship that Then ask yourself Is a be few done questions.abouT- Roll Call .will go, not for expenses, bit
what to
Hay: section lion has given this country a world's/ rec right/ where It Is most needed and
to the effect that they have
ord. The 23H.OOO:; disabled fighting: men? PEN 'JANTS FOR CHAPTERS right where the
man
or woman who
I enough wearing apparel, dry goods, i The 800,000 American boys who were
Arthur ()>lom, young liurtow man, shoes, etc., to last for ninety days and I i iI unfit for service"? THATGET MO.::,MEMBERS gave It wanted It go out when h..
was found dead Wednesday afternoon that they arc to refrain from purchaiing I II [ Concerning/ trip taken by two The one American I baby out of seven I Joined the Red Cross, and paJd his

beside the road four miles north of I anything from the dry goods and young women of Tampa the Water- that dies. in us neat year. Atlanta Oa.I'hll..tf'r. of the Amr-r- dollar.
Fort Meade, with the motorcycle he I clothing] stores for ninety days. Strict town Daily Standard, New York, says! The 200.000 people who die annually Ican Red Cross in th southern division As for the exact purpose for which
had been riding few "Thirty-two hundred miles in a Ford the money will be spent they quote!
lying a feet I adherence means that the stores of r of tuberculosis? that make good cords In the Third
away where it had landed, after throwing the Latin quarters, absolutely dep"n.1| and ready to go back, is the recordset The 500.000 who would" die In Red Cross Call :'Il1v..mbpr11.: will Dr. Livingston Farm ml, national ch.nr
; the rider. How long the young i t dent upon the weekly pay roll of the by Miss Camille Bell and Mrs. W. another Influenza epidemic like tile not go unhonored. It was announced, man of the Red Cross who mid rerently -
t mal dyha been dead is not known. I industry, will have to close up. I W Holmes, of Tampa. These! enterprising last? todity at southern division! headquar : "The American people are n"1a"k..d
young women, desiring to vis- The 300..00 children under 5 who Me tern of the Red Cross that a pennant for huge sums to pour Into
Announcement was made! at the gov Windsor l Wiggs, of Biscayne drive, it Mr. Holmes mother in this city, annually of preventable disease? Is offered to the chapter In each state Europe' for the relief of stricken peoples
t ernor's office Friday that the governor Miami, became confused in crossing packed their katchen kit, donned! their I The thousands! of children forced out that secures the largest number of of other countries. Only a com-
had reinstated John Logan, sheriff the street and was run ,down! by Arthur I khaki suits, slung their hommocks, of school by physical. defect ? members during the Roll Call In liaratlvely small sum wtU be set aside
'I of Polk county. It is staG-dl that G. Keene. and fatally injured'!, dying cranked up the Ford, and came. The accidents that kill 100.000 and portion to the population of the county pro For that purpose, and It only to administer
no complaint or charges hud been Wednesday. As he was about to; I Afraid! ? Oh, no! They carried a pistol disable 500.000 yearly? In which the chapter j it located. Another supplies already entrusted ,lo
made against his successor hut the cross the street he saw a car coming I and a shotgun and! no earthly The one adult In seven known to and larger pennant will be given the Red Cross by the American ItOYprnm"I.
reinstatement of :Mr. Logan simply] from the opposite direction and dodged prowlers worried them in the least. be in need of medical attention? to the chapter that secures the most not to buy any more supplies
places him back in the office whichhe behind an oleander bush then into They were fourteen days on the road." The 7.000 people who drown every members In proportion to its popula. 11 will be merely toward defraaylng Uiecomparatively
held prior to his removal I by the the street in front of !Mr. !Keune's car. I year in American wAters? tion competing against all chapters In light expenses. of flnUh-
governor. some time ago. !Mr. Wiirgs was feeble, eye sight poor I As the result of a shooting affair These are the things!: that made the the division which Includes the statesof InlA/: job alreadalmost completed

;/ and was never allowed, to> cross the Max Linehart, of Oviedo, lies in a Third Roll Call absolutely. necessary, North and South Carolina'Georgta. Uy far secured the greater\ this percentage of themoney
Steamers are in port at Pensacola] street without a companion, but in precarious condition at the Orange for with the 20.000.000 "dollar mem- Tennessee and Florida. There are 539 I compalcn: from
without a national flag on the jack- some way he made the effort alone. General Hospital where he was taken b. r hlp" and the I15.00n.000 secured [ chapters In the entire division. and, to the American people will be returned
staff. Both are former Austrian vessels The body wa shipped to Union City, I Friday, evening for medical attention, besides the Red Cross. not only will win the division pennant will be quite I form directly of to better the American health people In the
now operated under what is recognized la. having been shot at noon by E. L. discharge: its war obligations/ and "see a Job as well as quite an honor, as. conditions.! and living:
by the allied'' flag, which is the I ) The affair, which was the outgrowth the last' soldier clean through" his many of the chapters already have begun -
J' newest flag on the seas. The ships! :Mrs Mary Kludow. a widow lI..vpn.1 of bitter feeling between the after-the-war problems but will! rend an active campaign for members As a of concrete the expression of the ai. -
are those taken ,,'aninIhumanity/: abroad The pennants, which In proval government of Red Cross
among over by Italy ty years of age, was ,' two men for some time, had its culmination food to themselveswill methods, more than ten million
when Austria began the war, and and killed by her son, Hans, while when Linehart approachedMott watLh' over the 125.000 sick and be a fitting/ ornament to the wall I worth of dollar ,
(1.- these. ships, with many others, were seated,! at the breakfast. table in her : n professional well digger in wounded soldiers still In the hospitals of any chapter house, will be awardedas I have been medical and food suppUes
lost by the Austrian. home 6 miles north of Lemon City. regard to some domestic trouble which of America, .spread knowledge; of public :' soon as final results! are tabulated' Red Cross recently by the turned over to the
'health with the determination to at the close of the campaign government to be
The tragedy was the result of the accidental had kept the two men in ill temperfor distributed.More. .
l t Meat! producers and merchants in discharge of her son's :H2cnlibre : some months. A heated argument
I West, Florida have complained to automatic rifle One-half of every dollar contributedfor American soldiers in the battle of
in
an adjoiningroom followed and !Mott is reported to have than fifty thousand
Congressman Smithwick that there i i" for membership. In the American the Argonne were actually In less danger womenpledged
sepvrated' only by a curtain. The asked Linehart to return in the after
I I
!t danger of a salt famine in that sec first knowledge of the deadly result of noon and that he would< talk further ('rOH during: the Third Red Cross. Roll than babies less than a year old in their support to the Third
r tion. They claim that they have been : his shot was eonve)' ;>j to Hans) Klu over the matter with him. Linehartis (" 1111. :November 2 to 11. remains In thetiea America are now, according to statis Red Cross Roll Call at a recent meet-
unable to get shipments of salt for ,I II dow by hearing his mother's exclamation said to have gone to hUll buggy, -ury of the chapters In each community tics gathered by the Southern Divis ling In Attlanta where the heads of
I. Home time and since hog-killing time I of "Oh God! Oh God !" A which was standing close.by, obtaineda where, It Is contributed, according ion. American Red Cross. Whereas the women's organizations of Georgia
I I U now on there is j to ln-tnictlons sent out from one American soldier In forty .
danger that the was
I physician was summoned from Lemon shotgun and fired on motto, who escaped Division Headquaiters of thlII"'I"lIn > killed In the Argonne Florida. South Carolina, North Caro-
farmers be Southern one
wont able baby In
to save muchof but
City, Mrs. Kludow had passed
Mott then lina
uninjured. openedfire and Tennessee
their meat. before his arrival. ,\ Rd Cross. IQ be u"t'dln the eight less than a year old. dies each gatherd at the Invilauon .
away on Linehart the first .shot taking
county where It .is contributed. The year from preventable diseases. of Miss Rosalie Howell director ,

Monday the Heard, building in Jacksonville J. W. Varkett had one leg cut off effect. other half goes for the :National anJ!, Mont of these deaths are due to of the Women's Division. Joseph

was sold l to C. E. Graham, of ,t the mII: of, the King Lumber Co., worldwide Rt"1'0.\ .s work, for disaster Ignorance of proper feeding and care L. McMillan.! Division Roll .
Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days relief tor puNic health nursing which may be remedied Call DI-
Orlando order in a
by of the United States .t :N'oiatTh'irsday afternoon. He large rector, believes that
district court, the price paid being "as ear of the mill and In some loeuro DraiUlM lulling.refund Blind money Sltrdinil I" PAZO or Protrudin OINTMENT Pllrt.Invantly lathe. I child l.w,..ire work for administration work. lic measure health by Instruction given by pub organized: women will the|Insure support the of.the..

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The Red Cross, while fulfilling America's I.,
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must respond to the call at home to meet the '


greater peace time responsibilities revealedby >


the cessation of war. This means. : .. :
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III. relief in ad wt
AT HOME Emergency epidemics 1\\ .... r
disaster. :

I.: Organization of the nation's Health ,
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forces by operation with existing
and Navy. : 'rl/.... 't
and action in :
,: .agencies by independent -- 14i (

unorganized communities. Education V. Helping the nation's fighters back :;' .;*; r r t

.. of housewives, school children and other to civilian life. 4''x'1 .' i\
groups in food preparation, home hygiene ;I ;::I ".. .. ..t .k t
. and care of the sick.II. VI. Child welfare work. ," !.: 1
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VII First Aid. ,!'.I'",". ...,,.."" I. I.'
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Expansion of Home Service in those :," -,_' 'I
,:'.' communities where no similar service ., > ''I t tIN \ ;I

exists to provide the same help to civil- EUROPE 'I.':*;i i*?"*....... ,.- ,;

ian families that has been given familiesof ','...i; .''.. t. .
our fighting men. (In ninety per cent I. Relieving distress among war suf- ... .[
of the Home Service communities there ferers and helping their countries : # ti
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existed no similar agency.) Providing recover. from t h.L .1! -,1 I Ir'

Information Service to 'facili-
an explain 'I"J
II. Distribution of surplus stores do- ?; ;. \ !
ties offered by the government and pri- .::, ,)
nated by the American army. .I, :
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make communities safer and better III. Helping the warorphans in Europe .. 'I; !

places.in which to live. through the Junior Red Cross.


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"The master-problem of civilization is to engage as many people with as much enthusiasm in the upbuilding processes of peace 1 l'
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as, by the traditions of the ages it has always been possible to enlist in the destructive adventure of war. When people shall r
have learned to sacrifice themselves as readily on the altar of the commonweal as they sacrifice themselves on the altars of war
I' the world will be saved, and not until then."
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Wt BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7. 1919
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WILL YOU FIK; ONE; OFTVMv.NTY aration made to fulfill\ whatever duties -I "The biggest/ activity in this field 'Third Red Cross Roll Call, it will do all he has to give in money and mora
RED CROSS GIVES I ; MILLION AMERICANS: may be laid on the Red Cross as which the Red Cross has! already un- : more to help the South in the eyes of support. The cause in itself i* the!
: the official volunteer relief society authorized dertaken is the grout nursing prog- the nation and the eyes of the world most humanitarian that could! b >

(Continued From Page 1)) to assist the army and navy.It I ram. The entire modern health movement 'I than anything that could be done at found; considered in the cold light tf
n FULL ACCOUNTING I lu health, to extend! ( first aid, instruc- is quite possible! that no movement depends upon the visiting nurse. I this time. It will declaim in unmistakable sectional interest; it Ii more tha-
[ tion to schools and factories, to give in the United States ever arous- I We are doing the most important I language our Americanism, that. Not only an opportunity, bu: a

I' "lelief,, in time of disaster, to organize ed such complete and comprehensive! .thing in taking that step: first. We our progress and our prosperity. duty to himself and his homelai .
I I I and conduct) volunteer life! saving organisation: as this Red Cross Roll j propose presently to take the next Therefore it behooves every :South:! I plain before the eyes of every S< .-

War COuncil Tells HOT' Moos( ) i I orps. and to protect the interests of Call as it is! practically certain that ,'step, and then the next step; and in erner to rally to the campaign with ern man and woman in the Roll ,
j cliM-haritwl soldiers and sailors! and none ever made a truer appeal to the every way in which it may be possible -i

Cl trlbuted by PeNte Wen their, families., hearts of the nation. Upwards of to utilize the energy of our great
The pamphlet also tells what the 1,000 Red Cross! Chapters, with 17,000 organization to make our own countrya I OUND THE WORLD WITH

I Used For RdM Red Cross. intends! to do through its branches and '10,000 auxiliaries announced better place to live in, and to save
it- Third Hull ('all in building up an orII'UII17.alioll "ready" meaning that they for future generations the benefits' RED CROSS.

'.. 1 of trained nurses and capable were organized for the drive that which our men fought and died. to W1rnr
.. DESCRIBED vodlunteer that will wake epidcmuK opened Sunday, Nov. 2nd and will last win." .
BIB TASK IS .
through Armistice Day, November 11. - - 4h-- - -
,. almost impossible, in providing -
:.,,, -- i proper rare fur mothers! and buI The splendid record of the Red MARSHAL: FOCI PRAISES WORK I
' w Twenty Mentne 1MOOOOOO W.. Cross in the great war now divides OK RED CROSS IN WORLD WAR '
i'. nur-se with its the I 't'+,
I vast pence program appeal '-
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.. loping its home service section to meet to the hearts of the people. For (Continued From Page 1)) |i
. an the UnitedWuhlBftoo titsi' the needs! of whole communities, and the Red Cross is not done with fighting they received .

.j .- in other ways since the war ended. I "My last touch with the Red Cross i ItOIIMA1ION OESHSa

I 'h (IIv..dnL--Thronc1t.: (I ---A____ _____ The Red Cross! purposes to fight in France was on my way to Brest ; .,
.J f ompl I"a rev Ked 1 Crow In tha war by I found ; to combat epidemics and comfortable
\\ 1':1'i1'1'III.I.IO.i: : MKMHKKSontmuud :: traveling was far from
Chairman Henry P Da t8oe. on b. i by preventive measures and education I and food was hard to get. But the !I .. ..a{ 1.
Nit of the war council. th. orfanlaattoo ) i f ( From Page 1)) make them impossible; to co-ordinate I Red Cross canteen at a station wherewe '" .
on th. *.0 of 1U aaaul *nrotlcaDt hive kide of the crusade. Artists like all the agencies for health and public I stopped in the early morning was if' r .+5, : '; ,
l' of wembers durlcf UM Third Chrixty and Huskell Coffin have giv- ,welfare! without supplanting any; and ,' ready for the weary travelers. Steaming : ;
November 2 to 'j by its plan for the Health Center, to' IW L-t' Y. v
Roll Call
: &*d OTOM I en their bc.st efforts to the posters coffee served in meat and fruit '
a 11. .... Nodared an accounting of UBAU7 and the National Association of Window I establish in every community a ,ta- tins of every sort and sandwichesmore
million given It by th. American Display Men have arranged ,, tion from which the public health will delicious than the dainties of afeust Y
)Ia to help our flfhtlnj n .n be watched and, cared for as thoroughly ti Wi
poop strikingly elToetive' (design for window sent us on our way rejoicing. t
,) sod vur allln Tbr\ talenivnt' I., la I shoNvmgs. '! as the individual health in a well- "The whole history of the diversified +u.e .c
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I part, .. ,,,110\0'* I The peace program of tho Red Cross! ordered family, with its- competentphysician sel'vil' of the Red Cross in the 1
, ,/ war. countof!! tb..1'1..0 ''lu I stippuit.... of which the Roll Cull is I .. ever on the lookout! for its A. H I F'. would need a volume to de-
Red Croft la now prriiared, to make a ,, made, include nation-wide activity welfare! scribe. The wounded und the sick

complete accounting, to the American. I fur. the .promotion.. / of public health and I The .greater. pan of the, Thud, Roll tell mine about it thnn any oth
p.opie;, of money contributed and exp the [H'\ < ration of dis<'iise through theestablishment fall, of course is the enrolling of 20-) icon i[ers. Such servile ill too valuable to
.ojd, .. well na the work done bythe I of (community (healtheliteis ((1110,000) ) ) members' for( 1020::! -the ".101-1(I cease It is tailed upon now to changethe

I. V, : American, Sad Oroaa during the (' nod the extension of the nursing lar memberships"' thut arc so a sphere and to some extent the
period In which 'he our council wan I resources of cities, towns and rural bulwark of the nation. In connectionwith 'I, character of its activities. The public at:
e la control of lie nffalr The war communities.' It contemplates ulM the Roll Cull some Chapters will which has HO splendidly supportedit 1
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council was appointed eilatonce May rebruary 10. 1019. > tho extrusion of the service rendored conduct money-raising: campaigns to in the past cannot fail to continue Oni- at 'he' finest constructive( activities of the Ami'n.-nn(. Red Cross In

N:.: sad went out of to !soldiers and sailors and their finance their extensive local activities( its hacking under the new conditions tliwin' KIII HIIIIIP Service in HIP. (',,11",1' stiitPM the frit-mil? cuuiitint" :'m'
28." 1918. of the families, to reach a general unsful- and, to provide the $15,000,000( to In'* which prevail." l h"\\'PIi' the Holdlcr) far from lioinc and. hit loved, ones This. brunch of the
: 1t was the practice war I where other social raised to complete. the war ob. Cations j -+ __---- ,
. publicity to ness!! I agencies/ are \\"k' ulilrli" under tin pence proorlllll of (the Iced frogs will !hI" exputnl1 to
council to give complete
lucking of the society.Dr. !SOUTHERN: STATES SHOULD lioncllt all who nciMl die axaiitiincp< It run provide. ,Is dim-ted, by Hclentlflcallrtrained
It U only
but
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IM poMclen The Junior Ited Cross activities al- I Livingston Farrand, head. of NOT KAIL IN RKD: CROSS( DRIVE sold) H.MktTH Since InHtlluti-d (Tome Service hot It..te.l i | SOO.OOOolilicrs'
sow th.t a picture of the war perioda be increased for the the central committee of the American and millor, .' ,
It..U vo are to 11,000- fmnllliM. This! pliotognipli'sliowi ont of the i tnnumeriililo -
whole b. preeente4.
can
el the a of tbe war council that a I(null school children enrolled in that ) Reel Cross, summed up the peace (Continued From Page 1) Horn/ Spry"re I"C..rllllllluli. hurp IIi! \wnero service men and their fam'll!
report fvellng In thla anmniarlMxl form ahonld branch; disaster relief provisions will Dim of the society recently, a>- follows If the South shows a clean-cut one could bring, their prnMoms.. for solution.Humanity's .
he broadened( and improved and ; bundled. rent. in the ---
... mitde directly to the public which I ; prep- per" response -- -- -- --

provided the money and fare the effort
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Wavrt "A statement of the American K4
i Grow effort and flruincva since thewar
council relinquished It* control
will be made to the public through
i; Che ezecwtlTe oomiulttve, and It 1 Ie Important

therefore that the fact that
t thus report cover* the, period only untilllarch 11G
f; 1. should' be carefully noted,"
Y ;I Following are rcrtnln round figure I
eotrrliif AtnerlcHii Red Urv) .s participation
In the war aa r*.e.l.d by the
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I Same Outstanding' Figure. ,
{ Contribution 1'8.1..4
F (material and money,) feOO.OOO.OOO
Ked Cron tuvinber
Adolta. :ao.OOO.OOU.) ;
Children:: 11.0011.000 .. Bl.WW.OOU)
Ked Croaa. worker 4.io),ooi5
Relief arUctea producedby .
volunteer worker. *. TU TTOOCFaiulUe ONELoL1
,I of soldiers aldeat
/ gone[ Service In U.S. 000,090Yehwhm.nta "
served by I t'
canteen worker la U.8 M.MO.OOI I .
Mara** aarolled far *.*..
F' 4 Ic* wjth army, nary orKJ t,,.
K 41 VV0 saPI
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*>da of comfort artlclaa
attributed. to aoldler . .
cad whore la U. H ".TOO10.tOO.OUU _.
I Knitted artlclea (Uen he ,

; iU.aoldlar a. . and gallon. . .la. In Red Cross Membership ,;
of r.U.f : ;
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MISGUIDED BROTHER TUESDAY A HOLIDAY FALL TERM COURT :




I LOVE GETS LESTER Next Tuesday:; November--11th-, is: "Armistice Day," the anniversary VERY SHORT BUT .

:; of the day when the Germans:' wore willing; to acknowledge -

themselves:' beaten the news: of which caused great rejoicing <

INTO TOILS OF LAW all over the world. For that reason this: day will be n holi- MANY CASES TRIED ""i

I day. The banks of Starke will be closed: so will the :schools, and I (r

probably some if not all of the business:; :' houses: As that day will ,
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Will S. Lester-, alias--- Will; S. Harrison SCHOOL BOARD IN REiULAit I be the last of the Red Cross:' drive, quit your work and do what i i The fall term-of the circuit court CI\Y: COI'NTY' ; =-1IFRfI.n: I

of Shreveport, La., tried to effect | SESSION:. LAST! MONDAY you_can to help that worthy organization. iI j I IRE ('on"l'n'dIonday: morning(, November I MAKES' = BIG "SHINE": HAUL .T..I

the escape of his brother, J. J. :*I. at 10 o'clock. Judge J. T. Wills::

Lester from the State Prison Farm at ISoard: met in regular session Nov. I ; Ml HUNT:. WWlTlH l'T HEAR BILLY I GRAHAM CELEBRATES; I presided and A. V Long, Esq., state I IuHunw The sheriff of Clay county made n J

Raiford on October :UOth and is himself 3rd, with Messrs. L. C. Powell 1'1.: FIFTH IIUITIIUAY )'. big: "moonshine" haul a few days ago, l: !

now a prisoner at the farm witha I Padgett and, T. B. Pmholster present. Hunters Find .Bruin Cone; to Parts Out of the 36 jurymen selected the I when IIP located a 100-gallon still thatwas ,

sentence of IS months hanging over :Minutes of last meeting read 1 and i Unknown Saturday afternoon;: ;;: at the home of I following asked to be. excused : J. being operated by John :Moody

hit head. i approved. I -:- his grandparents little Billy Graham Colley.: J. V. Edwards: I 1..1. Iowa F'I)1 and, !Lew Burnett in the vicinity of
l Lester had learned that the honor On motion the secretary was ordered WedneHilay a party consisting of 1 I.'rlllld.1.. : I. Dowling, J. A. .' Belmoro, about eight miles east ofStarke. .
to place materials for, two sur- gave a delightful party to a number I C. C. L. '
Johns A. Brown :Martin
system was in vogue: at the State Messrs. W..1. J. L. Peek .
Eppermtn,
fare toilets to be built at New Zion ,
of his little friends the occasion being
XVatterson S. n.a-I .
R. Mcl.uin. Their Th" shoritf .
Farm that
and there had
were no guardsovor reason to suspect
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school. \ E. Yarborough and Newsom went
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the prisoners.: He thought this I the fifth anniversary of this younggentleman's sons for being excused were found that those parties had. a still located ;
The secretary was ordered! to noti- to :New-: River hunt for tho
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would make it easy for him to mint I swamp natal day. satisfactory and they ' dischargFrom I in a IlIr'I''o)! ,,.. pond in the \locality
fy 1 II.[ Rosenberg that the county e.
his brother, awa>'. In' pursuance: of his would pay him two and 6ne-half dollar bear or bears whose d"1hlld been i The many beautiful children who . above mentioned Ho and a deputy.
plans he came to Staike so he has found ;Monday, an account of which : I the remaining list tho stationed themselves near the pond
per month for the use of Iris I came to enjoy this party brought thehllntl."me follow-I
since stated with the j.J.1nf hiring freight house for the time it was used was given in last week's TeleRraph. I II ing were selected as grand : early one morning lately and waited
- an automobile for the !flight, but when little host a large collectionof Lewis C. Prescott I.. V. :Moore. Sam:;, for developments. After they hadwllitc..11I
) by them. The well\ supplied with
conditions, here did not seem just right Upon recommendation O. B. Gordon I party were .1 i lovely birthday gifts. Games; on the T. Knight: E. If. Andreu. J. C. Pad .. :Moody and Burnett arrived -
thin returned Jacksonville firearms\ "loaded for bear. But they j T). C. Williams! S. K. : i with
for plan he to was appointed to take the position as I II lawn were played until :Mr. Hoover gett Kelly E. bringing! them a wagon
and stole a Buick car. He started supervisor of Howling,. school same had with them only one dug, and he arrived with his camera and then the I 1.! (Crews Chits !M. McKinney John I loud' I of wood for the day's operations' )
to the State Farm in this car but becoming vacant on the death of C. T. I had been educated' for peaceful pursuits -| wide CJ. Dicks) Leo Braiinen, XV. McKvor: : While the olllcers! wore waiting for the
the
when near Highland the machine did Gordon! and warm trails. Those who had I igood | children were grouped on 1'. L. Denmark B. F. Rcnfrmj, Reuben plant to get: under\ full\ steam Moody ,

not seem to be working perfectly and The hoard, ordered the secretary to dOlls were unwilling; to risk having steps I i; and n photograph taken of the R. Glover J. E.: Guy: C. L. Clyatt, came nut of the pond, on his! way toscut

he abandoned it in the woods a few take one teacher out of the Sampson them maimed by a brute who (I.I happy party. I.. I R. Kali! 'hrouter. The grand jury I an additional supply of wood., The '
:yards!, from the public road. lie then school on the grounds that there was could not be expected to rive them a For the birthday feast the childrenwere retired and presently returned, staling officers took him into custody and he

returned to Jacksonville and. stole a not sufficient< pupils or grades to employ cordial /jrreetinK.: :I invited into the dining room that they had elected Lewis C.Piescott piloted, I them to where the still was
Ford touring car With this he made two teachers. The party went first to the d'n. but which was decorated with Hallowe'en as t.." ('111 11 II. Aftor having erected in the center of the pond. The

hU way to the farm. The brother was :Moved and carried that the attendance i I there were no fresh signs of occupancy lanterns and yellow crepe paper. The )boon, duly charged by the judge. I they pond 1 was full of water and the still

engaged at carpenter work on a now outer! instruct the teachers i. and the dog after sniffing around dining table fulfilled the childrendrenm "' -*' returned, and entered. upon their work. had boon ,set up on a raised. platformbuilt .1,:

building near the stockades but got i where convenient to so arrange their I little laid down to investigate! u new of fairyland for centering the The remainder of lh. venire" t.. servo I of lumber. I
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excused for a few minutes and made daily schedule, of work so that the advanced j tick he had just acquired. The hunters table was u lovely white birthday as petit jurors wore: A. II. ( l"'n. The oflicers; found a supply of MilO
his way to the bridge across New River grades: may he able to get out then followed the river banks in cake] on which burned, five candles, and Perry Kite, .1. (O. Turner, W. O. gallons! of boor ready for distilling

which is only a short distance for part of the day to keep from exempting the hope of finding a place where the runners of yellow crepe paper outlined h BrookDeXVitt. I Brooks. :Sheriff; ( Ep mid :2."i gallons of whiskey all ready

from where he was at work. This them for the 'purpose) of bear had crossed. Mr. Yarborough I with daisies made n charming person then .summoned as a special for the market. They later found 20 i
bridge is across the main road leading helping to do farm labor. found a dingle/: track of a bear and decoration. On the yellow paper, at venire, and brought into the courtroom i gallons of whiskey at Moody's: house (
through the farm and by a plan ; called the other members of the par- regular intervals! wore little black the I following well known citizens -
Moved and carried that
,principalsof The placed trial in
evidently prearranged the automo- the various schools hold mid-tot | ty to show them his find. The track cats and owls. :\II'II..J. M. Alvarez, : ,\\1.: Andrea, S. J. Prescott I awn were on ;
I County Judge (Geigei's; court Tuesdayat \
bile and the pI'IIU.nm't. at this point examinations have done heretofore was in soft clay and so plain that all :\h.V.. II. Graham and, Miss Aileen :M. Z. Sullivan F. Norman:-': W. S. l :
they
as Green: Cove Springs.; Both entered 1 1a
The prisoner entered the car quicklyand and the final examination agreed that it was from n forefoot of Alvnroserved, the children with Brnnnon "'. II. Similar, II. D. XVus- 1
plea of guilty. Moody sentene.'
it sped away with him. A prisoner would 1 include,' only the last t semster n large bear. This find gave them punch ice ,'reamlnt! (cake and. to each din, II. :M. :McRuo. E. L, Crosby XX'. to u fine of $:WO and was serve 11 I red
engaged in repairing the bridge work. much encouragement and, they pursued little guest was !given:!: n ITalln+ve'en B. Itramten.lames' -Rosier, S. B. Dens months pay in the county jail. liurnett'ssentence '
thought the prisoner Lester hail been the hunt for the rest of the day but favor. 11\Iu'k. .
The appropriation for the teacher tine. of ':II) andserve !
was t" a $
sent to show the stranger over the I school raised without finding any more signs. Among the little. people who attended The following. civil cases were eliI ,,- j pay
training was to $150 per 7 months in the county juil. ".
farm, bat when the car did not return month so that the authorities may be I The great extent: of the swamp and! this party were: Eloise Rit"h, Rnniie J posed. of; I Moldy testified that he was tho owner' t,
within a reasonable time he reportedthe able to teacher the food feeding ground for bears (Canovn :'oturllWI'.kK., Ava Lou | Gross; ;:llamifactoting Co. vs N. H.I I
secure a competent
of the still and that Burnett only
Incident to the superintendent.' A fur same.The i "k"* it certain that Bruin is there Poppell.! hazel Adkins, Lois Adkins | Davis, final judgment. Defendant I was
i en omployoo. For. this Judge
searrt for the escaped, prisoner was board adjourned to moot first vnf. A party having !several goad( Annie Long, Julia Cnnova. Leila Don" withdrew" plea and confessed: judg '' <;. itrer made' Burnett's sentence reason
at once' instituted. :Meanwhile the ;Monday in December. j dogs/: ,, who) could bring the bear to a Andrews Evelyn: !Stump': Marjorie! I ment. Plaintiff was awarded! $ir>0damages lighter I than Moody'sMETHODIST, somewhat

Ford car had headed,I i toward! Jacksonville --- -- (, 'inlt would'" probably\ have success.OIlerwise Stump Charlotte Ros"nhE'rRal'I/ $Iri.-10 a- interest 1 and $10 . .
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but had, got stink in the mud ROAD :NOTICE. I the thick undergrowth Hope Haynes. Alice Fernandez, Eth- I as attorney'fees.. : ( 'i,
near Uaxville. During the delay caused '\hic h would afford only a momentary olin While Martha Powell, !Louise Gross; Manufaetui ('o. vs M M.;

by this untoward I luck Assistant Persons. who may have hud u standing 'dance at the fleeing animal would Peek Mary Brownloo, Bettie :McLain, rims; jissumpsit; damages $500.\ ( Defendant Suudity< "school, 9:1.; ;; a. m, L. A It I

Superintendent Brown with a posse arrangement with the board of make success doubtful. :Mary ('1I11ova. Martha Brownleo, Pauline withdrew plen. Complainant I' Davis, Superintendent.No .

from the farm overhauled the I." >ltl'r" (county commissioners. for the repair The bear will probably visit cane Hincr, Fannie Oaskins Darby awarded $:!71..'!.", damages and. costs.Maltha preaching either morning or >

and took them into custody.The j of any roads or bridges, in the territory |1111',1 potato patches bordering on the Jim Poppell\ Ben Sternborg/ Charles \ A. Mitchell vs W. O. W. I j I evening .j

prisoner was returned, to the embraced in Special) Road and -wamp, and perchance vary his meat Lucinn Kickliter XVnlter( McDonald, Lodge, continued. Epworth; !League, (il.: p. m. ;

farm and Will S. Lester was brought Bridge )District No. 1 are hereby given diet with fresh pork... I.Jr., Richard Long Paul Knight S. R John Thompson, vA.. C. I.. R. I II Revs I. C. Jenkins and two laymen :i( .r

to the county fail here to answer to a notice that all such arrangements I -+- - - Johns. Jr.. A. K.; Wall Jr., Victor continued. from Jacksonville will hold a special .... I

charge of aii..,,,, .. prisoner to escape censed und! terminated on October 31 s'r.I.RK'S; l'IIURCIITwentyfirst Thomas, William Harvard Richard Hnmberger; Krause & Co. vs StarkoCiiia service i Tuesday' nt 7.10:: p. m. All '.l t t1.'lhocliRts

The grand jury in session Monday On November 1st! the supervision of Harvard Lester Price Robinson Eld- Cola Bottling Works, .damages/ :\ are expected to be present
indicted Lester', and when he was the public roads! and bridges in the 1! Sunday after Trinity rodge Robinson Arthur Darby Jones. $:.00. Continued.: and the public cordially invited. .If 1

arraigned for trial he entered a pleaof 'territory mentioned (passed into the | Nov. Oth. Holy communion T0;:! a. Sinclair Peek Jr.. James Richard 1'. A. Crosby vs C. B. Moody, Isaac I'fHV-er n1l''linlt'c'lnc..IIIY., 7:30: p. i ;

I guilty. Judge. Wills sentenced him hands of the bond trustees for said m. :Morning prayer and sermon 11 Wainwright, Julian Peek Jr., Roscoo i Moody: and G. W. Lewis l. assumpsit; m. J. r. DIGOS: ,

to ,serve a term of 18 months at the road and bridge, district and. the trustees a. m. Evening; prayer and sermon H !McLain, Charles Abeam. David tl.tmngcs $-fir,(O.> Judge disqualified.j Pastor. /
prison! farm. have employed a supervising engineer p. m. C. A. ROSS, Ahoarn, .Jo,' EtlwardJr. MerrillI"etch : j J. Stewart, as receiver for Piir- .}

J. .T Lester i i- .i-rvinf! a term of to have supervision" of,all road Priest in Charge. Charles! Fields mentor Stato-Bank vs L. L. and U. I II.i ). I.awtey Methodist '

rh ; 111fOI' >stealing an automobile and bridge work. The trustees. will i' Johns, assumpsit. dninxgos" $(G1)0.!()() Not Sunday .school 0:15: ; n. m.Preaihing ,I
at Pensacola.' pay for no work that has not been -------- - nt issue. I II a. m., and. 7'lll: p. m.

The liuick and Ford cars stolen in specifically ordered by them throughthe /: .1, B. l Rliiidon xXV.. E, :Norman. I D. J. C. DIOGS ;.1.
Jacksonville by W. S. Lester have engineer and only after the work HONOR ROLL OF BRADFORD L. !Phillips and N. D. Davis Pastor ;

been restored to their owners by has been accepted by the engineer sit, damages $:>!;(n.) Plea! wit a..ulII1'.j' .
Sheriff Epperson.! K.: S. :MATTHEXVS. Plaintiff awarded $149 : : .T. I... Cobb vs A. C. I.. Ry., trespass r

--_.-- Chairman Board of Trustees Special i attorney fees and costs of court. on tbo ,ra.o; continued. '

TF.LEttRAPH'S: HONOR: KOI.L Road and. Bridge District No. 1. COUNTY SCHOOLS EOR OCT.PINE ', Mary C. Sapp vs W. (!I. McAdoo, The grand jury had ended! their I l

---.- ,r._ J_ T- j: 'dirortor-goncial of railroads, and H.I labors nt noon Tin>sdiiy. and wore" discbnrgoil / I

>Hm'''i of. 'Ihono Who P.lid !Subscription Atrniiou's( : HtI'Oln(: |I A. L. railroad. Jury trial. Found, for i The fol'owing. ( true bills I .
During October plaintiff damages $.r.O und costs.T. were found and disposed of:
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Tallahassee.. . Fla. i I KcvcntlWfiratioLoono, Mnutiy: C. Cheek A Son, a corporation, Stale vs J. D. Cooper, issuing worth

Mrs. Catherine Tears. C. 1 F. Pace, lion. Sidney .1. (Cntts, Coernor.Tallahassee. ; , First" Grade-Burt Ellington: Guy 1 :Mrs. E: A. Harper principal. vs II. A. Shaver assmnp.sit(, ,il.imagesSIOO }Ie. i cheeks Defendant. not. in custody
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D. C. Jones A. :M. A. A.11": ) ; dismissed fur want of prusei u- I and placed on absented doiket.
Darby Fl.i.
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Leorl T. S. Williams C. A. Young Dear Sir HIGH; SCHOOL( I lion., \ a I..v
: :\ t Owen Bryant Nolar\d Bryant 1 BRAIU'OKD
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blood I>. D. Woodard. ;Mrs. W. H. I have just completed an examination Fred Woods, Cansey Woods, Harvey I __ 1 1I1\1I"tt & Davis. Piano Co. vs I II.)1)w.Imissed P flIi"! '. hr"lIkill,1/ entering. Nolltj '
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Taylor, :Jesse L 1I0wlinA' O.V.. I of the afire of tux collector of ; Woods, Juanita Williams. I. First Crnilo- Charles Fields, Leila, : l'ullul11.r"p"\,1I1. Damages I I II innsPinbrxKlrmcnt., 'l V. '. .' i. U .r:...... I.. ...... .. l ,j,
Hurst, Thtlma XVar-l. J. A..1. Pin- Hiadford and I bog to advisethat :: I V' n.'J' nor
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E.: E;. I..n v 1) I' Kimball re pros.State
holster II. H. Hall H. F. Parmenter, i bo has closed out the 1IIR! taxI man Williams Onie Brown Geneva Williamson Annie Long, Iris McRao ''- I ,.1
I 1 tl. C. Davis issuing worth-
awarded :
JllImlilrI ,
('. H. Cummings/ B. Bryan, T. D. I, roll and made'' final settlement to the i Brown May Bryan, I.I'onVOO.IM., Minnie I Louise If owe.Second plevin. Grand jury vs +
Inns chorlcs Continued. Bond $2IiO./
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I $ O and costs
Dyal Harvey, White I II. XV. Swmdcl, i i state und. county fur same. Wood, Donald :Mott. Grade, Paul Knight Wil- >
;Mrs L. U. Morgan L. A. Brown, F.A. I Miss oflice; was checked .down to <'ate 'I Third Grade-Archie Ellington.; liam IJlln'an.lprriJI: McMillan Julia | C. C. Johns, vs C :M. !Phillips. ro- State vL C. Carter grand: Inr- t

Canova, Ralph Dyal Kit Williams ,o.1, the"""r'r.". r 0' **- V showed I Fourth Grade-Pearl Luke, Ivory Canova. Louise Hayes, Annie Mercer I plevin; continued.i 1" " Nolle. pros.State 11
O. T. Newsom XV. A. Ressent Jr. (1. . . I' 'h I i E.: Brown vs H. C. Wiwl.erllo'; I vs S. K. Moore appeal fromjustice
( en re fill and -. ""> uig. Luke Lettie Edwards. horns Pope, Mnbol Thomas T/olma I' ;00. Continued. court Nolle
J. Waters Gainesville Oakland Co., wish to commend him and Ills office Fifth Grade-Hattie Woods. Andrews. assumpsit damages; $ pros. ,
S. R. Johns J. '. Andrews Jr. S. for and 1 before I II.I ) N. Ilariis vs Henry Thomas, distress 1 State w Albert Starling aggravaU
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\ < help closing out- (promptly I :Miss, Blanche Edwards, Principal. ,
Ruth Sternhorg Junior I
Grade od assault Defendant did
Third for rent. Continued.I I : not ap-
A. Bryan Roger Wells, Rev. C..1. time for the opening of tho now -
Ross, W. J. Tomlinson, J. O. Fralick, roll. :MIDWAY MrDonald All"n Long, Merrill! I E.: Brown vs A. C. I. railroad I pear. ('11 "pills issued" bond $I50.) .t
I truth Louie Hemingway JosephPoppell $7W.) State Tate Kite assault with In.
thecnsr clnmugoN
trespass on I vs INtent
Wm. Hendry, D. E. Johnson Mrs. J. Respectfully submitted > i
William Harvard. | | murder. Defendant, M
to not
Continued. >r> "
.1. McMillan, O. C. Cason, B. C. Ows- MARVIN C. :McINTO.SH: .1 r
ley. R. S. Powell Dr. J. C. Wills, J. Asst. State Auditor.. i Fourth Grade-Ethel Spires, Ella Fourth Grade Elizabeth: Andrews I! James Reynolds" vs II. A. Shaver; !1 ent. Capias )issued. Bond! $500. 'I'j

F. Rhodon. Pta+" Hoard of Health B. .--- ,Andrews Nellie Crawford. :Mary Lee Wynn Louise :Mott Louise defendant's plea withdrawn, ; judge I State vs J. C "Franklin breakingand

G. Dyal W. J. Thomas, F. N. Andrews 1 XVFMUIING( : ; \NNIVERSARY: :. ( : : DINNER I Fifth Graelc--NplJj. Taylor Thos.i Stewart, Evelyn: Pope Virginia i ment In favor of plaintiff $110.lit! and entering pleader| not guilty; t
i Crawford, Gertrude Crawford Furnie I . found ;! and sentenced. to three
J. E. Douglass, fieri rudo R. :. ; Weeks Elise{ Jones Jeff Conner Car- costs.I! I guilty
Vaughn XV. ('. Wainwright, A. F. I, !Spires.': lyle Ritch. Elizabeth Kendrick Ina i|I T. Clark & Son vs H. A. Shaver; years in 'pomtcntmrv' "
Blnodsworth given at Sixth Grade-Fannie Spires, Ella: Jones Jacob C rprn. I i motion of defendant to .dismiss] cause! I State VM Willie Thrasher, breaking
Philips E. XV. Tur:, 'r. C. H. A six o'clock dinner was ,
Mrs. I D. :M. fjointo H. A. milt i- the Juanita Cafe Saturday evening by Crawford Willie Mae (:Crawford Lula Fifth Grade---Clarissa Carter Gunsio | for lack of prosecution granted, ; duI | and entering pleaded gjiilty! ; sentenced -

R. R. Tison. :Ptf'Hen: : Brown, :Mr. :Mr and! ;Mrs. J. T. Quigley in honor :Mae Crawford. Mae Bennett Isla Poppell 111\1'-1!I fondant to n-eovor cost of null from i to three years in penitentiary
op A. Price Dr. J. II. SVMn, Mrs: Ma of :Mr. and! Mrs. F. A. Scott, the data Seventh Grade-Carl Nettles. /Vt Bitch Miriam Ortagus/ Frederica !I I plaintiff.I : j "tnte. vs |IC. C. Davis Issuing: wnrthless -
mie Johns, W. f.. Lewis LorennCTfer being the nth anniversary of their Eighth: Grade-:Myrtle Rogers OHellReams. I Struth Ruby Davis, Mary Canova I I C, B. I Roberts vs II. A. Shaver; plea ) checks continued.Slat' .
: Joseph 1 withdrawn by defendant judgment vs Cato Gn-en. assault with
II. S. B. OHHs. A. wedIingCovers< Owen Griflln EUleen.llItthllWII., I ;
Freeman
\, W. W. Truox:, principal. Thomas hazel :Middleton. I I for plaintiff. intent to murder pleaded not guilty; ?
laid for six and the ,
I.. Stearns, \\ XV Moore II. Wells were : .
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T. A. Andrews Mrs. table with its floral decorations and Seventh Grade- Irnm Stilloy, Sinah Umpire: Lumber Co. vs L. N. Lewis found guilty of aggravated assault.V .
Thomas. ,
A.Murray M. Pettit. H. Cuson, R.I'. Lewis porfectlr: appointed viands. was most LONG: BRIDGE: : :MoonAmio :Moore. and. J Roy Roberts, civil union damages r ti-nco, nix months in coi ntv jail. j ,

ComXX'ush Rbor.. tI. II. ttrtiw, und 'terfting." .\rI.lmto/ Eighth; irn.II'---I.al".1; Fernandez, $IOloO. Plea of defendants) with ;.Uule v.VIII S H.irrNon. BlcllnpriMflnl'r
.J. E J. C. C.riilis on. II. the decoration was a beautiful cut First (rade--J. E. Crew,, Albert !Nettie: Dubosc. I Iris. Epperson, Eliza drawn. Damages $151)!) and coats to escape; withdrew pica of t
Price Jrio. W. Lewis
N' Nettles. J. C. C.rif- glass vase filled with half blown roses :Moody Marie Greene, Annie Johns, 'I both Brownlr-o, Eunice: Perkins. granted; plaintiff. not guilty. Sentence, 19 months in tnoiiitirif
B. Llmbaugh I. L. Silcox. the gift of Mr: and .Mrs. T. :N. Lim- Maggie\ Green, Margaret Grim, Rebecca Ninth Grado--Joyce- Brown, Hazel ..J.V.. Andrews, Jr vs H. 8. IIil-) .. iiiry '
tin E. J. Cunningham D. : I breaking .
Bunk and Lewis Washington,
State
A l.-ugh:: to the honored guests.: The Griffl-, Joseph> Smith. Warron. hard Bradford County vs
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TO DOC OWNERS:. dinner was heartily enjoyed amid! a !Second': Grade-AveRenfrne.; Lula Tenth Grailo-Paul Canova, Gus Mary Jane Milliard replevin; contin and! entering, pleaded guilty; sontencod -
ripple of delightful (conversation af- MrK'nney.' Ethrid Caion.i Long, :>''oli") Steirns. | ued. ''I I to throe year:: in penit.ntlnry.I .
from the tor which the party attended! revival i Third Grade-Evelyn Smith. Wesley Eleventh Grnrlo-Gladys Urown. I R. S. Fernande/ H. A. Shaver v" Ernest Coleman carnal
Agreeably to advices i '
1 GrudoDoris Scott; Ailfen cent inupcl. knowledge! of female under, IM yeari"f
services at the :Methodist church and Johns Rose Johns. Twelfth ,
:State: unusual Board of.Health on of account rabies of in later' motored about town and far In- Fourth Grade-Charley Smith, i I Alvar.?. i J. (t. Chastain vs XV. I,. Overstreot age Continued on account of ab-
the prevalence
announced for to the country spending a most. enjoyable I ;Maude Crew Prof.5. S. howling, principal; Missi et al, assumpsit, damages :$100 ; I'on.tinu" s'n'of witnesses.
the sUteit is hereby Wed
i;, ." The court adjourn at noon
evening.Those Filth Grade-Roy :McKinney How-1 i Jeannette Matthews Miss Kate Cap- /
the safety of the public that all dogs: I 1 S. T. Dowling J. W. Jeter and! nosdny the shortness of the session,
C. Miss Doris vs
participating in the ,c-vening'i; ard Thomas, Amelia Harper. j linger: :'o1M!. J. DijCffs,
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found within the corporate i I JesI I I I Jessie Warren W..Jeter, replevin continued.. in snite of the many cases being due
unrnuzjd Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. I !Sixth': Grade-Pearl McKinney Law Mrs Lois ferryman :Miss ;
limits !=; after November 10,, pleasure were work of State Attorno -
Miss II. (D. :Matt vs! .Joe Thornton et al ; to the energetic !
will be killed. SILAS KITE Srott. :Mr. and :Mrs T. N. l.imbaugh, -*ie Dowling, Grace West Ruby :May Thomas Mrs. J. C. .Toppell A. V. Long I
Chief of Police., :Mr.[ and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. [ Johns, Frank Merritt Mabel Crews, Olivi- Ray. assistant continued. > .
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NOVEMBER 7. 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA rAG;: ELKVE.V
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IIIGIILANI the week-end in Gainesville, guest of weeks with friends and relatives. at
friends Green Cove Springs.
Highland, Nov. 7.-A. L. Lamb, of Mrs. J. J. Griffis left Monday for Drs. :Middy-ton\ and Tomlinaon of 1e
Worthington Springs, was n business her home in Georgia: after spending/ Starke were attending to professional.
visitor here Wednesday., some time here, guest of her father business in Hampton Tuesday.
Colonel Johns, who has been overseas J. 1'. Hall. Percy Junes, of C:1'lIhllm."IIK: a visitor
for some months with the expeditionary Joe Hall was a visitor to Theresa to Hampton :Mondav.

forces' returned I Friday night, Sunday Mrs. 1' ;M. Geiger and Mrs. Robert
having received his ,li8ehllr c. After Mrs.\ R. ]Hurrows and children, Lee Reddish of Waldo" were visitors to
visiting relatives hore he will jfo to and Willie Clyde, of Starke, spent Hampton Friday. r
Haiford for a visit there. :Monday hl'reruest9/ of her sister .
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l Ernest Williams returned to his :Mrs. W. H. Sloan.Mr. ,
home at Lnke Butler Thursday, after : and :Mrs. R. II. Smith of Hawthorne THERESS.V) :

relieving Mr. Wimberly as agent and MP"lItIonduy; night here, the
operator fOI''I'I'ul, days guests of their son, A. K. Smith. Then-ssa. Nov. i.Messrs.: J. I.. t
The Misses Klla :fare and Howie" :Mrs. J. Hall and .son, ,J"... were business King and, Lonnie ]Hightower w'I'O'i,,
Wilkinson returned :Monday from a visitors to Starke Thursday. itors to Palatka during the past week.Mrs. .
visit. with relatives at Starke. ;Mrs. T. Hatchlott left Sunday for 1 R. :M. Hersey and children,
Hawthorne where she will visit relu- Clyde and Nettie, spent the week-end
L. H. Hill of Lnw try, was a visitor A ma,,'.
here Thursday. tives. at Lake Hutler with relatives
Harry C. Wim'berly, Jr., arrived Thomas Oldhnm spent, Sunday in 1'. H. Neal) and family left Satur best pal
horn Thursday for an indefinite stay Gainesville day for Bascoms Point whore they) it hit smote .
having received an honorable discharge Little" Miss Mamie Hall[ has returned will reside for a few months.
from the navy after serving' to school after spending two weeksin J. W. Batten has returned homo
for nearly three years. During that Georgia.Mr.: from Jacksonville, after spending several
time Mr. Wimberly has been stationedat I I and alesG.. Smith, of Starke, days in the city.R. .

naval bases in Greece Italy France were visitors here Sunday. M. Hersey came up Sunday from 1
and Southern Austria -.- Arch Creek to spend a while with his! !
W. M. Wimberly. of Gainesville: GRAHAM: family. .
spent Sunday here with relatives. Joe Hall, of Sampson City, spent .
John Marr, of Hampton was u visitor Graham: Nov. 7.-Messrs. ChesleyFogg ) Sunday here with relatives.Fred .
here Sunday. and Riley Wasdin made a business Cloversettlo was visitor,' to 'Knotty problem ? Let me help"Ches. i

:Mr. and :\ir". K. L. Crews, of trip to Starke :Monday. Hampton Saturday.
Stark spent !Sunday here, guests of Matthew; WUMclin. of Lugotf S. C., ales .1. I.. King left lust week for Field .
K M. Crews. is here visiting his pal'entl'It.; .. and Cleveland O., whore sho will spend\ ,
:Mrs Chll>l. George( returned! to her ;Mrs. H. P. Wasdin. while on business.Mrs. I
home at Starko Saturday after a .visit Alvin McKinney of 1 Louise, was : VV':1. Jones and Miss:\ i EstelloWoodard I "TTKLP" is i right A smooth mellow ,"

with her parents ;Mr.[ and Mrs. S. here Wednesday on business were visitors to Hampton A A
smoke i Is just the thing when you'reup If
.1. Starling Messrs. fhesley (Fogg, .las. Reynolds Saturday. ,

.Chalker I'ringlc and (children ofM.ixviJIf I Willie Price were business visitors :Miss Bessie I Dubose. of Starke, arrived against n tough one. And Chesterfield
; were visiting relatives here to Gainesville: Tuesday. Sunday and has accVptcd a position _
Sunday.George. I Hill Gurney of Mnunteoeha was a ns teacher at the Brooklyn' is that smoke.
visitor here Wednesday.George school.! i ,
: ; W. Parker" Jr., of Jacksonville I
visited relatives here for theweekend. Stone left \\'edn.lafor, J. V. Jones of Hampton was in An expert and exclusive blend is! responsible I
Oklahoma where he bus accepted a our burg Sunday afternoon.Messrs. .
T. tt. Wilkinson was a business visitor position. W. A. Jones and! Lawton -finest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from \\I
to Jacksonville.! Monday. :Mr. Price, of '''Watertown was here : Baylor were visitors to :Sturke'; Sun Cavalla II.
Xanthi and Samsoun and
Kllis Starling, youngest son of W. l Friday on business I day. Smyrna ,

A. Starling, had the misfortune to II. 1>. Wasdin mud u business trip I a1 r. and !oleoS. B. Woodard, and the best varieties of Domestic leaf-put w.
have a mule throw him and break his. to :Starke:;; Wednesday.Mr. (daughter, Esttlle, were visitors to the
arm Monday.Dr. ; and Mrs. D. U. Warren and son, county metropolis Monday. together by the manufacturer's private '
G. W. Brown, was u visitor hereMonday. D. [t. Jr., and, ;Miss Jncie Bennett, of A much appreciated .shower of rain
: I Fernandina, spent Wednesday and fell during the early hours of Sunday formula that brings out every last bit of

:Mrc.1 M. Morrison returned Sunday, Thursday here with their "i..t011'1'. : morning.Messrs.. flavor. No other no other blend '
from a visit with relatives in Jacksonville. D. J. Byrd. : D. W. ;\11101''' ;M. /. Sullivan process, ,
.J. II. Surrcncy was in Sampson I Ben Sasser C. L. Norton, A. and can successfully imitate Chesterfield's '
Il. ,'. Wimberly, Sr., was a visitor City :Monday on business" ''C. Sullivan were among the visitors
to Jacksonville Tuesday. :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and lit I smoothu ss :mil i full -hudicd flavor.

Kev.: James Strickland went to tie son, [Roy, Jr., of XVateroak, spent THE I
Clenny Saturday to fill an 1\Ic-1 Thursday. hore with their plll'rntM.11'; DODSON TELLS No argument here Chesterfields satisfy 1
church and :Mrs. C. B. Roberts. I
as pastor. of the Baptist ."M. _. h. .> I "?..'._tl. as no other cigarette has ever satisfied ;
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FI'I'IIU; : spent part of last week in F.rnlll1'l HORROR OF CALOMEL I>..f ore, ..- .'
lima with relatives and '

FiVt'1: ill', Nov. 7.-;Marion Powling. :'lit.[ ... Alvin ;McKinney : - i:
rd Lake Butler, :'>11'. Thomas, of :'olllbl.1II'Kinl1l'; )', of Louise, were here I 4 J-J- .
;New; River, ('. II. Hunter of Rai- Thursday on business. You Don't Need to Sicken Gripe
'fird and J. F. Williams. of Providence Willie Price made a business trip' or Salivate Yourself to f

were bu"ine*<' visitors' hereWednesday. to Hampton Wednesday.Mr. , I Start Liver.You're I
; and ;11'1'Iurph; Price hour 4
Gi>o. Thomas, of "Worthington, and returned from" Jacksonville, after .1'' -- ; 1 f fI
.Tno. Smith of Lulu were here on business few days visit there, with relatives anilfriends. .
tiilioux Hluggixh oiiHtipatf
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Thursday. You feel headachy, your Htormivli may be I
Edgar Knight, of Luke Butll"11" Sheriff I Epperson: and, wife of Sturke our, your breath bad your kin Hallow, I _
n business visitor here Saturday.Mrs. were here Saturday. and you believe you need vita,, dangerous ,I
; h. 1 I. Blum was n\ gueit of II. F. (Price has returned from, Jacksonville calomel to start liver and bnweU. ,:
Mrs.; P. P. Dekle Saturday. and Atlantic, Ga.: after a few UereV,,, my guarantee! Auk lour drug- I F cr iG I ;
servicesHt.Itfthany days visit on business. I gUt for a bottle of Uodnon'o Tone I +
;ales L. A. Duncan attended S e ,
and take If it : ra I
church Saturday.Elders I.ittlplil'; '' Lecie Fogg, daughter a spoonful tonight./ II ( P' 4
doesn't start liver and Ktraighten I 6i '
your :J LSi 1 LS :e it .
M. O. Touchstone, of (luit- Chesley Fogg happened I to the mi'- you right up better than calomel end.) I ,.
stun Ga., and Hammonds. of Beaver fortune of having her leg broken by without griping or making/ you Hick I .
Jam. Ala., filled their regular. npoint- an automobile) Thursday. As her father want you to go buck to the afore and
ment at Bethany church Saturday and started the car she jumped on get your money, fit
Sunday., Elder Hammond" dt'livpr..dinteretinlC the running board, falling off and I the Take calomel today and tomorrow you
will feel weak and nick and nauHontedDon't 20 for 20c
addresses, to the! congre- rear wheel 1 passed over her leg. They I
lone a day. Take a of r
"lit ions both Saturday and Sunday.We carried the injured, girl to Hampton tiannleim vegetable ocl..on'o. liver" Tone :
were pleased to have this visiting where Dr. Hunter placed it back and tonight and wake up feeling splendid.It r I Ican't
brother with us. at this meeting and she is getting along well at prevent' In perfectly harmlem. HO give it to your -mra the blend
hope he may noun give us another K. Roberts was hero Friday visiting children any tiroIt can't ealiratc.WeII'Arme ''I
his brother, C. II. Roberts.Mrs. be copied .a
rill.a1r; and Mrs.; S. M. Driggers of ; E. C. Scott our home demonstration '

Maker county, and ;\1 r... 1laryIott.[ ; of agent was hen- Thursdayand n! W
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..' Mr.; and ;Mrs. H. L. Duke were the Frank Hi-villt spent the week-end to. the county seat :Munday.J. ,I i

guests of :Mr. and, ;\11'''. Gillespie !Sunday here with his pan'l1tl'It.; .. and :'olr.J. W. Batten went over to iroi-n, r
'. . 1'. Brville.11r J i /i Cove Springs! Saturday afternoon to I
:Miss Mae; Duke was the guest of ; and Mrs.; R. R. Jones anthe i +pend a few days I

. ;Miss Norma Dekle Sunday. proud, parents of a fine girl, born Friday 'i ,, Death of ll.irold ('rt'NllllllIIKrl'r I
l Oren/ IH-kle visited relatives, nl'lIrt night. ;Mother, and child are doing 'j I'' esav. p wxeT i Sunday one of thi- deepest| glooniH' I ix?
t Luke Hutler Sunday.Messrs. well. I IMrs. | that hah ever been cast over this IMI
; Elijah and, Dred Douglass, ; Tom ;Mills and children rued i I Imnthl'l' ( I tin'immunity, ' was when it wa ivli'irliil i
i of Guilford and W. I.. Doughns! (IfFt. ;Mrs. Ben Wilder pent theweekend i'+Y ; ., that I.ittle l-'n-einun" I had I left f
(fall were looking after business at Hampton with n-liit "rand ttu/, world. ami gone to the ruiilms l br.
interests here ;Monday. friends. .?nil Saturday eight reboot midnight ,I
I'. O. Dukes and Thro. Pinkston, of Frank P.eville\ made a husinr--/ r T., | Hi' .n.tf'1, ,. ''I! ,,f death iMilcicd" the, hume
... I.ittl"OpriIlJr':: ", wore business visitors! to Hampton Saturday. 'if Mi, uml Mi I*. ( ,\. VfiuiiKblnod' THE UNIVERSAL CAR
here Honda}'. ;aft and :\11'''. I I'm'"en,, r mil ill ,peeled, the little hiillVriMK life : P.

.\ merry party of young people enjoyed ; ft n inker, were here) Saturday, '>n hI": "if b! reenian, ,, the little' son IIf1.: . Rnd11r I Clot of die neon' tit.inV)0J i .() ) ) (J/H()() Ford cars .Jr! I I
home of Mr. and nt'It... II .' ,. +
a social nt the I K.: 01'11'1'I/ had been ron-
:Mrs. F. r.. Drnwdy Saturday evening. Green: fail left Sunday:' for,, :,. .,u'h, a V' iini'il to Ins bud for two weeks. with u' now in use, about sixtv i |I"I ri rot li.ivilieon snliJ ,

' Among those present 1 wore Kinney Florida.. 0'uNUMCT M-II-, air of dysentery and all that I I. to f.irmers. I'rohalllIII Debt, r one tiling ha.l . ii
Townsend, ;Missos Clara Stewart, VI p. II 'I'I, was a businc-- \i-n.1 I ..' i l ltu ',.\ IIIK/ hands.. and tender hi'urli ,inuld j' l>roiifhr! to the farm so much of comfort; and ,
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Georgia/ Epperson and Elizabeth Waldo) Sunday. | 61a11ta+CP eCN do was done to save the little one" but l! I profit as has the Ford car. It has enlarged' it
Townsend, of Lake Hutler, Thaddeus Will'Kiv'I'; of Gotha.i": '" '' ( all to no avail. In'. ;Middleton. of
the soti.il life the for
douhlcil facilities marketing
Carter and Kay Truxall, of Johnstown week-end here with his family Starke, the attending h.VHJciari> did I -
Jeff Waters Midway; Misses; Delle Drew 1 Reddish and son, of Wn i Toak. I When company comes pvyi'rthinif. possible, to relieve him of brought the town next door to the farm, r t

and :Mae I hike.. Pearl nobl'rtIil.; were here Thursday ,itnd Friiluv there is no time to hijuflVriitirs, but the little une suf-1 multiplied for the farmer the j pleasures' of living.A ".,ii
deed and Elsie n. Cjpoopit'olath: ) :\ Duke on busim"*. waste.-no chances to fend more agony/ that can \\m told un | family witluxit equal in low cost of ''
car an
and' Dowey I Dukr.n. Remember church Sunday at the }be taken-so mothersees til the end came. For Jesus says tn'!i l
J. Thomas spent Sunday in Pa Baptist church, by Ie,1* of that there is always "Sulfur tho little children to come un- I! operation' and maintenance...' solicit your
latka. He was accompanied home by Starke. Everybody come out. Chrr: ,-- a can of 'I. tome and) forbid) them not, for i.t such order for one now because the demand is large '
his son, Lonnie, who will assist :Mr.[ tinn Endeavor Sunday evening/ 11':11I.: ) I i Is the kingdom of (God," and we feel I and continually increasing.
Thomas in grinding cane.Matilda /at the Christian church.HAMPTON. CALUMETon : I that little Freeman in ideepinj peacefully t
; Holder is. visiting. her .-- in the
arm of JVHUS, there, A. W. & G. A ANDERSON
grandparents.; \ .. and! ;ales II. J. 1: POWDER j awaiting the Kreat judgment day

Thomas. I .Freeman WII1l born :March fl J. 1917: STARKE FLORIDA .' r r7
Sam Thomas attended] the \.. (). W. Hampton. Nov. 7.-L. A. Odum and i on hand. Cakes pie-,. and 'had reached'' ) the age of two years
lodge in Lake ISutle-r ;Monday evening. wife, of Jacksonville, were visitot-" .. dough nuts,muffin allli Viand I eiirht months. /He wu u bright

. :Miss l Annie Howard, of Dukes, was Hampton Wednesday. | all K<*'tl things to, I t. ,"I .mil. ,nl.I/'IC.'nt||' little follow, and l 1.,1, |
' the weekend guest of her l'ou"in.lil'; A few days ago I F1: Witt, ..I I IT'' must bu dress I d) up l I" .11I<1 ,admired, by all who knew' h illl. Wereali'i 'I i A ,
Glacier Long.s M. Hagan went to the lake-t?, ti-h 'I I their best t.i-i-I . rllookti. t that our |loss I is but his jtmnThi t
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on
-- + theypanned through llamptnri, funeral senrnes were held on r. i ,
their return, they proved the'r'. ir .'id .
:; 1111'ROCI'ft': >uI"j afternoon at the ('hmUan, .
lurk by exhibiting a nine pniH.I 1 t". .1'. Then to" ,. her rcartn; : 'linn h whero a large/ crowd,) of rein .
:Sampson: 'ity, Nov. 7.-Kev. Williams and ,several other nice fi-h. lion a ,t "uk/ llIlhi' ,live aid. 1 friends m.iemMi.'d) to |>uihcMi .:> .
( of Starke. tilled his. regular ap J. II. AI"xander\ is upending .' f- a I: .: ;.r; .. ;I : shr / Ii-t respects. Itov W. T. MeIHIIK. ,
pointment her- Saturday and Sunday days in Tampa this week. I IItev. .. .1 :d, it on au/n' ;t of I'nlatku, candor. -Uvl the, mid ,I *t -
deliver! !: ,j the r MTV interesting ., : ;Mullady and wife -PI"1'" ( iy\\\\w.\ bhe/Itntcstt; 1 film' .,1 ritet and tho remain were t .
mons.. .r'l day Mclntosh; where Rev Muil.nl': . laid 'to rest :
". ; I In t disappoint her. in Ifopo cemeteryThr
N. Wynn, of Graham made, a hu. i iaces performed) his duties as pastor floral 'ilfeijinfwere numerous! .imdt :.J
.. and have the _
:alesPowell of :Stateshor"' . < < rn'
trip here last week. m t M'lfftlllie'
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I ,. kit.i of t.dklnl&S
T. V. William visiting relatives. the guest of her von. Henry Rowll.I i l Bu ,
.lenim hIl'I'/l
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you more ; .
', (leaves. to mourn hi* untimely ,1'.1' l : Hi in- f' ,it. ,, |..
and J.! friends C. here for a few days wathp. this!. week.I R. Wynn. of Starke. wa- a i l .: t wntarna only: such death, I I.* parents and 're brother Ami he bus awei'tl., called you / Thi 'I i-- ,,,''II i I.. I'rvi.cMf. I'u., I "S ,.I Ir
Hall of Palatka. i :it .iu a!a have tc.\:\!:" 1 !' i number of other immediate T.. vnnflet -hirnfitf whoreKflSIIY hun. ,. I S; rhnduy' u'hr .and >;"unday.. .
of his J. P Hall, Sun fur to HRmptonInd.lY.
guest father
j officially by thoI .. +
pproved i "Ittti. Their friends extend - --
day. :afeasrv..l. C. Hicks and iB Wiggins j, S Food Authoraties.Yo. many (I"ile.'li 'hint' ,' li\ Rxv I/ IlllltHVUnifl' All -
heir. heartfelt to thp bo- I ,
sympathy ( I I.AKR:
l .\ party composed of Mr.: and ;Mrs were visitors! to Starke Mondav | invited.Prayer.
.... .... ,.. boy it. r "lIv".neil. +C
A. K. Smith and children, aft and :Mrs The Hampton school is! progressing/ eke A. mueting at f. ft. Dryant'j
,r'' f. an foe aa. The pallbearers acre" MftinrH. S. II. Crosby Lake, NOV. 7.-- H. D
able
J. Roberson Misses: Eflie Sloan and nicely under the management Thom'j I Sunday nill.'htA1t4 well attended. text t
Gamble moviesat Prof.: II. B. Wiggins Woodard), II. D. :May, Rhodessa attended the
Starke Friday night. Mrs. H. r. Priest returned to her i .1 and ( Sullivan.I home of II. M :Mdlue Su".ylI'ht.) I S'lmlay' mtrht ,servK't-s. will be held atM .I

:Misses Allis and Bertha Sloan spent horn Monday( \ after spending several I I loved you yes, wo Ilvpl you 'Ralph Williamn 1 i-1 viaitinif/ hu un- ; .1 :'oldae'0. : *. ;



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\\'. XOVKMllER; 7, 191
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BRADFORD COrv n "
," IA_ <:K_TWKL\ ____ GRAPH. STAItKK. FLORIDA ---.--.-.-"'- -- -
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'hi ...xiPtand why they need funds. ('Ol''iTGF.T: : ; ISSUES ,, .
't Bradford County! TBi ;uar!:i\. "'l;he. vim.'s ore out of joint," and LE1fElt TO CITIZENS; "

\ civil war at home may demand the
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help of the l H..d Cross 8M much an did 1 I In' taking, up the duties of county
r'iMi"hi-d Wekly, and entered aa arc Lr.BERT
the World Win .lust now when so fin m demonstration agent for 1Irl1<1- '
"nd clas mutter at the pout-office al(t :
many rai-i a :.li- 'ied (lag aloft and foil county, I Ivi.sh to assure the peu-
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:- &lit', Florida. trample out I'<<< ""iKtitution: under fiiot\ | \jilo, whom I am to serve that it will

our national
F S. V.\TI HEWS, Editor and Owner nut let us cull' hasp the satisfaction, (iiobleins' which directly effect the* agricultural -

; J. r. KO1UNSON:,; Associate Editor of seeing tin- fll'I')' ross pointing interests and to attain re-
henxmwurd to the puiliof. the faithful v.llts for the farming class which viI!! the national
if'I and a shier to the wavering. ,| I:
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I "The tumult and l the shouting die; I success-ful / l joy smoke

/ 1919 OCTOBER_ 191t>j I j The! captains and. the kings depart I I shall! be glad! to render any assis- makes a whale

I. -Z-1 boa 1 ":. Z Z::: :::= : Still stand- Thmt, -nun-fit sacrifice, i tunue possible ti make Bradford a btt- I
: e An humble and .1 i-ontiitt* heart!" I! ter agricultural county and will be I t L of a cigarette!
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t t' -..1.- w 1 2 3 - ------ 'limited ill my jurisdiction' of exercising I .
power only by the general rules
:!: : 5 1 8 910111qr JUlfl1W.J'ItT\ '| prescribed for county agents.:: I
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Having little knowledge) of the local -II
There was a gay putty at the homeof
' 12 13i141516] del 18 Mr. and Mrs David Manning, I I conditions it will no doubt take I rf
I some time to acquaint| myself to ,
<, \ north of Sturke Thursday evening,
Llf" I' 192012122232425i Oct. 30th, the uiraii/ being given in I where would l feel at liberty, to offer -
suggestions that would I
honor of their daughter, :Minnie: who materltllyelfet

8,29 OI3J had reached her fourteenth birthday |, procedure, or change. but if the there regular is u modes demand of
i; t anniversary..
mantle I will advice
gladly give which
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- -- The house! was dt< orated<1 with cut
will be bused on knowledge in my
-- flowers und greens, 141,.d. the eveningwas
i p, .session nnd on that which is obluinnlile -- .
pleasantly spent' i' playing circle -
through onnection withIthe .
: my
games Mrs. !Manningiis assisted
}' 1 extension division of the StateI'lmi'isity
I 1 in serving refreshmentby :Mrs
: ml through the FederalIhIMitmvnt
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Perry Jenkins, Miss Kina Alvarez
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;; THIRD of with
Agriculture whom
, and Miss Minnie :Manning A number /
I of beautiful icuived I am your ugc-nt. :
presents wen :
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L.L L RED CROSS by Miss I Manning and a latL" 1'1",,wtl I >shall consider it it favor to receive
of dillicultius
ports vexing problems .
I of friends thoroughly! eniied! the
handicaps diseases and!
evening. pests or anything y
f ; ROLL CALL which Directs the crops or livc-: lopyrtiiht isii bR. '
;t - -t'k. and particularly' those whichreduce .J. Keyould Tubaico Co

J MRS JONES: ; ENTERTAINS: I l'f'l( limit the
.J or profits or production : tyttar* '- 7
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MRS. OAHACJAN: loppy rrf lMffl Ittrr m4
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\OU certainly when smoke-cards the table
( get yours you lay your on hndmom

.' ".'"..i mbar to 11, 1919 Friday afternoon, from four ,ii. .IX\ hon.\ tounty lo advise agent a cure veiy for seldom nil problems know.s, r call for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a nail and pound thmt eternity tin Aum, pr..dmakin's .drrrr:;
ft. f cigarette! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count pound crymtat rf/aaa Aun:ax
:Mrs P. C. Jones a tli'i' htful hut IB !
t gave ;} always in position to assist!: in with sponge jno uton ( ten
J.. j porch party in honor of her friend, -eeking a itinedy. In this way seiviif of your smokestuntsl' Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies thmt much AMP Penn AlbR.eawaiting
perArc*condition
!Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, of SIIVllll'lah'1: ; i'.n often be rendered in more your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P A. for the

t'e Tints to Re-Join !Mrs. Gahagan was formerly .Miss; eases than is usually supposed.M !: !. packing a ,
Mattie Powell, and has many fn i e-><' ollnce will be located in thi t9 v
here who welcome her visits. I i county court house. Saturdays unit! Talk about flavor! Man man you haven't got the listen of half your

.: Mrs. Jones received her guest "II'''''.Mondays; will be regular i/fllce dav-. smokecareer until you know what rolling *em with P. A, can do for your g '

the front porch and Mrs. Gahagan t.- nt' which time! I cnn be found thurt-. contentment! And, back of P. A/s flavor, and rare fragrance-proofs of
'}. t i; I ccived in the parlor, while in the tim" i\"et| when culled l for urgent duties., Prince Albert's quality-stands our exclusive patented process that s
in he who is afraid of
"Ulessed nobodv -
'1 ing room Mrs. S. L. Peek served 1 I shall be glad to make .
npiointnunt -
: 4 I and, of whom nobody is afraid," i punch. The house was charmingly for visiting farms on o'Pioml|! :i cuts out bite and parch With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's ciga- '

i says nn Arabian proverb. decorated with fall flowers and rose- walk | rAte will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard I Prince Albert

and the Hallowe'en idea was carritM I ..-k the, co-upurutioii of all, that I ito ji M a cinch to rolL It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oat s
:1 The win- tappers and other confidence out in the colors of red and yellow. i iiui.v wotk intelligently and 1 ccumplish -
r men have already begun to aria Jack'o'lanterns, etc. ; ( much good for our county. Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a

rive at the noted tourist resorts in After the guests all arrived they I .f. O. IK.\XLER, Jimmy pipe can bet It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke

? ]E loridit, in expectation of rich *iaulafrom ( were conducted to the screened porch, I County Agent. pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nationto

'j the great influx of men with well where each took their turn in being "... _. - - the joys of smoking.R. .
.' lined pocket books. Us Crackers are blindfolded and endeavoring to pin the e.,0111. I : APPLICATION Fan TA{ DEED .
too wary l I.> swallow their hooks; the black cat in the witch's hand. Mrs. UNDER KFITIOV :..7op: THE J
REYNOLDS TOBACCO
I.KNKKAI. ST\flJTES COMPANY Winston-Snlem N. C.
seekers will be ,
worldly wise' pleasure "
if. L. Urownlee the prize which s .
won ,ii.t tut thy wlvi'n tluit A /H Xurreiwy.in. .
," the Vletlnls was u box of correspondence cards <:fin:("i. uf tux ciTlilkutv; : No ,15, dated -- - ------- -- ------ -- --
ri --.-- L__. L.___ .1 the I..' day or Ue.I, ,.r. A. II P'I. .. hoe cord
tied with u v* yellow ribbon. ,IIhe.'e .
; Some localities in West Florida I The honoree IUrjUUW was also presented with laid plictitiwith"i tor tat in ii my/li fd IHcr to iMHin ami.I in humade accordance noi from $25 to $35. Can be seen at FOR SALE-One light two horse wagon ings; 65 acres under cnltiyat <>n;

fear that they will experience n salt box of correspondence cards. 'I..w Said 'ltilli-nt. itnliniiia. the foldiscrllwd my farm. II. L Brownlee Starke, ; one two hor" !_ plow; one mid 50,000 strawberry planU act nnd
a luwinn. pmiwiti. ,n mud. in Brad Fla. 117tf. die burster one milch cow and two fine two good males nnd
famine which will make the curing of Miss Louise Beasent! gave a charm- .nity. loriiln, to.wal. growing ;
( meats impossible. If this is true, the ing vocal selection, after which Mrs. for.lNon'I Iwt Hull at S.iulhwi- CMinur' of South- blooded heifers; 'three stock cattle feed enough to keep them watil the
f merchants are to be blamed for tho Jones served a delicious salad course, 20>.K t.4,11ror.I: ,ucrtiiThv Ire n .I A. S..r. M. 'l'p I 7, 8. R. FOR SALE-Cheap; Duroc male hog; extra sweeps and weeding hoes; six next harvest season. All for $5000.J. .

farmers look to them to supply this consisting of fruit salad, olive sandwiches ,aid land in l .inic, unMo-id at the date 18 months old; extra large stock. G. I second hand chairs E. R. Poppell, E. Norman Route 1, Starke,
/. necessity i\nd a little forethought; one saltines and iced tea. Hal of of the Unknown itMiiancv of Much ct'rt,t1cn' .. in th. name C. Lee, Theressa Fla. ll-7-3t Starke. 11-7-2t. Fla. 1 -24-6t.

their pint would have forestalled a lowe'en favors filled with salted pea- Unlit "mil. c. ,l'i 1,1. ought oe redeemed
e scarcity of salt. This Is a warning tot nuts were presented to( each !guest. accordin '.. o. 111 ,din-d will laaue thereon FOR SALE-Model 1918 Ford tour FOR SALE-One pair Poland-China FOR SALE-10-acre farm about one
on the Hlh day >f iJeCLtnhfr. A, D. ,
4 merchant) all over the state to bestir Particular friends of the hostess Wilma, niv,. .rltinl" Kiitnnlunand' 1919 coal this ing car; new tires, new top and in pigs nine months old. Gilt will mile from business street in Starkeon
themselves and get salt in plenty toM and honoree were the guests at this the 6th ,I....i ,,y! S""Wl': D 1819 first-class condition; cash or terms. weigh 200 pound, male 190 pounds ] Starke-Melrose road; 8 acres under -

meet the ,demand I< for it when the cool] I very pretty party. (SEAL) WEEKS ci.rk. Nat Williams, Starke. 10-31-21 Price per pair one hundred and fifty cultivation and 2 acres in pas
1 weather sets in. Without salt hog 4- I It, A. WEEKS. I dollars, no reduction. Write or : ture; new wire fence; 5-room house

miserotild be at the mercy of the 11-7-61. Deputy Clerk. FOR,.SALE-15 months old thorough come to see M. D. Price, Graham, 50 pecan trees 8 bearing; 2 deep
packers.d. INTEREST: ; TO SCHOOL PATRONS bred Duroc-Jersey boar. Will sell Fla. 10213t. wells supplying! abundance of good

& :?I : I .,. water. One of the best small farmsin
-- .CLASSIFIED. cheap. Charlie R. Cooper, Starke.I0.31.4t' -- ---
Ilnnkci: Chambliss: and some other FOUND-A small bay mare mule Florida. R. R. Prevatt, Starke.
public xpn ited men in Ocala have Since the time has been changed it '" with white rings around each fore 10-31-4t

'', formed u ompany for buying hags has made necessary changes in the ADVERTISINGONE 'WANTED WANTED leg, weight about 750 pounds, has

and other ,tock from farmers, to ship I "('hoolllcbl'dule, which are as follows: PECANS-All grades and varieties, taken up at my place. Owner may I FOR SALE-5.al'l'e:! farm three miles

i away iiml.ell, in carload lots. This I 9:00-school: opening send samples for highest market have same by paying for feed and west of Lawtty on Raiford public

will lopI great" help to those farmers 10:15: -Fifteen minutes recess. CENT A WORD POE EACH ISSUE.! quotations. Notter Candy Co., this advertisement J. E. Clemons, I road.! Good buildings; ; two good
'' of Marion county who have! only a 12:30-Noon intermission. CASH IN ADVANCE Jacksonville Fla. 10-17-81 Brooker, Fla. 10.lo-tt'1 wells; 16 acres in cultivation under
few hog ID sell nt a time and cannot 2:00: -Opening for afternoon ses AdvertltrminU Inurted under thl. head good fence;. one acre good strawberry
.
{ moat b paid In _...n... No ad..rtl.. .nt
sion. m
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.hip in I'lIr'oad lots, and the business for en. Insertion accepted for leee than 2* WANTED-To buy, or sell on com- FOR SALE-My 100-acre farm four plants; farming implements and
is bound to be profitable to the stockyards 3:30-Dismission of first and sec mission, country produce, chickens, miles west of Starke on Starke- I' buggy Will sell at low price. II.

corn any. Here is 1hint to ond 3:45:grades.: -Dismission of third, fourth FOR SALE-15 gilts and young sows; eggs, vegetables, potatoes, pork, Raiford public road; sets of build S. Norman, Citra, Fla. 11-7-41 -
some lra! l''ord county men whom we fine breeding stock of Duroc strain, etc. Prices on request. A. E. Sur. .
could! nam< who are "fixed"' just right and.. fifth grades: all immune to cholera. Ggo. A. Gar- rency, 801 I Florida ave., Jacksonville '
Dismission of remaining
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for enterin f into a similar business If diner, Starke. 117tf. Fla. 10313m. 189O. STILL DOING BUSINESS lUlU
grades.
wi had! such stockyards at Starke, '
.. The parents may look for their Reocai order, and unified cuucmcri who have used our frrnltier.
Lake
Hampton. Raiford Butler
children's report cards monthly, on FOR SALE-Cabbage plants $2.50 WANTED-Colored family to rent 40 (year After year, who always gladly recommend our goods 10 their"
Hrookcr 141 d Dukes, it would bo of the lIe'ondIonday: following the closeof I per 1000. J. W. Staf, Waldo, Fla. acre farm, 10 acres cultivated. Rental -I neighbor are our best advertisement Our prices not always the
great beat fit to the farmers and ll-7-4t free for first half year. Inquireof \lowest. but when QUALITY i it considered, never 'too high. Write
the school month. The honor roll
would I em...urage hog raising more" John for latest price lists. or send order and you will be treated right'
Friego, Lawtey, or .owner,
t than anything else could.! Think it will appear in the Telegraph on the FOR SALE-Ten] FE.RTlUZE.RS. INSECTICIDES. SPRA tf.R$. I'OULTRY SLffUESPKKTILIZIUt
brood sows bred to Paul Engel 1811 Roscoe St. Chi-
I' over. second Friday after each school f/E"O"I't1NTEit, ; CO. Jacksonville.. Fl.rlda
I big bone
Poland China bbar
month closes. ; prices cago, Ill 1178t. I
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We li.I..1 1 Germany and now Germany Parents are requested to
Is licking us. :She: i is raising all writing excuses for their children
kinds of industrial disturbances in who have been absent to state the .

w' our court r", partly through paid child's name, the date of the absence,
I .Wilts inul partly through workingman an excellent reason therefor, and sign
\ ignorant and prejudice wherever the parent's full name, so the attendance

it it found in the ranks of labor officer can place this excuse as

.! Meanwhile her own industrial progI'fc she looks over her books.

,M lam Is nriiii7ed to the? point of the -

fi highest ."r.l'ncy and production i i.:> IN MEMORIAM WELDING OF ALL KINDSWe
being ptislie\, 1 to the limit. Germany;

I U licking n. commercially and, industrially
Horace Perry was born in Starke,
( and t is due to our own sue April 8, 1881. Arrived at mature
"KrluliU' folly.I -Lakeland Telegram years he married !Miss Honey Starling -

and since his marriage he had
II \II. TO TIIK CROSS! beep a member of the Baptist church.
The accident that ended his life took have installed an Oxyacetylenevelding outfit in

: These(, day '. when greed, and ferocity place ntjar Belmont October 22nd,

I seems' to hat "' replaced conscience and about It a. m. He was taken to the 1: connection with our general repair outfit for autos
humanity, wli-n the only sounds heard 'camp and) all was done that could be

arc the sun Is of battles and cries ,i, done to save his life but death soon
for more pelf there i is yet a voice that I followed He called for his loving and are in position to ;give first class service and

asks! "Do \ .u need help?" This wife and brothers and. asked that Rev
come from" i e Red, (Cross an institution Lewis )Donnerly should preach the 7' workmanship on all classes of work requiring weld

that "turds forth like a rock in funeral snrmon over his remains.

the desert, to the everlasting; glory of The burial took place at Long ing. This work is done under supervision of an ex-
mankind.! Tli > noble men and women Branch cemetery Saturday afternoonand

' who have the fiery cross for their emblem many had come to pay their last
r after having. lessened war' terrors respects to the departed. The floral pert and all work is guaranteed.

ute still ministering during the offerings were profuse, the finest be'n .

terrors of peaciVh, i i .1 l . : d-innti-d, hv :31rs.n'. P *V-!! r.-4! Whatever it takes to do first class worlrand! give first
tit t needed-when1 uuninli.l. mt.lhi'tiling Mr- _\. K. r.lotir.t: I Rev. Dunnvrly I
I ?,! hungry.' .f iv fording wmk MPPI! _-ath-d a tou-hintr ',sermon and all
t ,.t protection the KM; l! l"rtw meals ,are went away regretting, the untimely 1- class service you will find it atSMITH'S

on the spot. The ui>'\ question they .!'- of thidr! 'ensr-d(l and, feeling 1.nth
ask N, "110 you m-vd I heir'.'" \\ho von warm sympathy for the bereaved rl''II' \- ;

i ;' are, what you areis not orfsiili.t.>>d; v" A r..0\1:11: ()'=F. : !

i I <. you ate an unl:icky; human: being unit I. _ ___ ,__ '
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that !Is enough. t"ONSIII'VIION;
I Hut while t tlii") 'i' mini..!,',.* ha\. GARAGE

abundant 1 In". they must.. look to the Vr"I lu\ilr.r" and cathartics affordnlv < !

American pu"litr"I' m.iti-iial: moan. <,> tenp.itry; relief and shout 1 be
In former Molicitntioifs for fund: they ii" it n"If..r that purpose When
have )been successful, .. nnl we nr. sure V II: want permanent relief take

the public will respond'I generously t',1I'1111 <.' ''ii'n's Tablet und b. ems reful .
this time oNo. The Telegraph thin t. ,.h...",....i> the dire 'lion with' each .
week i is devoted largely) to Ki-d Cron* package These tablets not only move

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-- BRADFORD COUNTY fEI.F.GR.\J>II. STARKE, FLORln\ .PAP-I..... .'. Trrll1TrL". ... .. .,L \. .
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1. Mr. Barnard is at present engagedin I r rI i here this year than at the same season I mired; : these fine stalks ; tnnc. The THIS :MKANSOIT ;
making a trip over the public roads last year there is no reason why three a
I of the district in order that he may be our business men shouldnot gentlemen mentioned have certainly Whenou
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get a tatUin -
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Bits of LocalInformation i able to begin repairs that ore most have a better fall and winter SI'UI"on demonstrated that Bradford your mouth, a dull tired feeling, no +
't I urgently needed.Armistice than they had lust year, and last county soil is well Adapted to the relish for food! and are constipated,
,i year was good enough to satisfy most growth of sugar cane. you may know that you need a "OliO
Dance Tuesday, No\ 11, anybody. who is not too hard to of Chamh"I'IIIIII'.. Tntletu. They not
I at the Ainiorv :Music will be furnished please-" only
cause tin agreeable movement of
rn \NGI'; I IN I'll\CIIIM: ;
C..r.M/.. T.s ). hthe: C'anovn onhectra. the bowels, but cleanse and invigorate
r,, .., M *. C.mnr* m..re..f 4 T.+... I I On reading about Kev. L. W. Kick- Tintime for preaching l ihL The high school: pupils enjoyed aIlullowe'en liter's 8-pound sugar! cane, D.in: the' liradford Baptist. church has It'n I' ,n-Ad.,
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.s. box last Friday j :Moore, of
- supper Theressa, and Lucy Wynn, changed ]Hitherto I it has been the
--- -_-.. i ,evening:' at the school hoirse. One of of Starke, two of our successful I' Ibo Quinine That DOCK Not Atfcit Tile lli.ajB
Tin I the large rooms was decorated suitable young farmers, decided third Saturday and Sunday! of each ...llUffl *>f Its tonic end 'InnMlvc ffif f I.AXAT1VK I IM
irmn.'iirke! they would
i friends of Luriun month; after this it will 1'be the second HKOMO( WU1NINK; Uilli I lrun !t.' lni-n
wi"i Ir ...t. i.I 11 I .of ,i i r",i uiient, hotel : to the Hallowe'en season, and I give him ji race for the blue ribbon. Saturday and Sunday by envois wtltmul raumnil lu-rviiuHnrxx 11" rlnWtnIUlhel..a.1. )
Will You Bo OneOfAMillionWbrkcrs in' Jack-omillf, were I'lad!:' | to greet there the )'oungIll'ople sported untila Both of thorn brought, gi.int tpei'i- K..W.(.ROV'k. S ,.l.lltllll"a Oil l I.-' .ttk
him, Saturday late hour. The sum of $22.50 was menu to the Hank of Starke Sino: .'ISp
I realized. from the sale: of suppers, and! morning. :\1 r. Wynn Drought, two ++Ftft+++- -+++lit++t++.4.*..H-++++++++++++ lit 1 M I_I I .M Ii ;

To Secure: ?n!"n! en fir ..i r Messis\Vtlls I.udanVainri two former Sturke ht and boys Rog- athletic this was' tubs given of for the the H. II benefit, S. of the the stalks largest that weighing weighed 8 17 pounds 1.2 pounds and 11.I, i TUESDAY, 1 1 TH I Iii

TheAmericanluxluossI cann- down from Jacksonville Satur- I ounces The( -.talks. brought by :Mr.\
I dnt" <'i isft ,ulatives nnd friends.I K M Smith a well known farmer :Moore weighed 8 1-2: pounds! This Armistice
lit - -- -- and, business man at Hawth,>rnr. has. been a busy week in Sturke and Day
1\ew I line of Men's Soft Felt Alachiia( county, wits in Staike on there have been( an unusually large ii Cd'b''h. first anniversary of the day the Hun acknowledged .
I! I i flats/ $2.50 to $1.00. at I business :Monday. :Mr Smith says number of capers. at the bank :Nearly : ;
+> i Stump'IS'i I that fainfcrs' in an area about I 12: milcssquare I all of them have noticed( and ad. ( defeat by seeingPICKFORD + 1
I I -1, .Wainright, chief adjacent to Hawthorne abandoned
in
!tin,il office I, cotton entnely this and ;i'('
at Gainesville was a !guest year drove's Ta le'o!oI chill fontocotorei
: Sunday at the home of his moth, that they hope,, next year to mine. ajfanl.s vltullo \\1
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II I: Mss E .1 J. \vi i ,fright of this city. I! good crop i.f I the: staple. rirlinI:,m I blsI| 1 n m SINIII freliuStnnilinnliik ; en I I.
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Chapter quarters I. I t b<,i. :Miss( :Mane, of Tampa were vteok- 'I' hams for the Children's Schnv.l l I WID.'OO11cmDOWmmmCIDOcmtmDIDCmtIWftMonuments! )\ I + IN +

Third! Red fa oss. Roll Call i I end I visitors' at the home of :Miss KateLivingston ard Dit'sses.at Stumps.(;inhilmsj>! : cents a I and Tombstones !

N 0". r ..;::n Zit ,1 ---- -- --- - S. M. DRICGERS Lake Butler I :
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a.J. :- :t :.f.fJ. _-__, I Davis, has again joined the U. S''avj : very growing crops
-.-, - :\ nnd 1 has gone on a (trip to KngUiiul : and htrawbcriy plants hue unusually Valdosta Marble Works I I Ii
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I J. M.\ Trubj pent Monday in forward this fall. :Many of the !growers I stirring; ; Photoplay of stirring; ; Patriotic; "appeal. i
nville. Ja'k-// will have u few ripe berries at Years of Satisfactory ser. II

., ,\inustice Dance Tuesday. Nov. It, Thanksgiving cold weather does not vice-Latest Designs to ADMISSION 20 and 35c. Performance at 8'P. M. : :
select '
lit the Armory. :Music will be furnished come before that time. The first ripe .
'f. T Blackburn of Lawtey, was in l hy the Cnnova orchestra. berry seen in town came from the from. I
town Monday farm of Ben Dell one of our enterprising Tonight Nov. 7 JACK PICKFORD in .
pa) mi tOt6mmmmmQtttIDmIDmtLID@mmtC! r. ,
:Mrs. S. B, Woodard and colored farmers, and was sent -
daughter, ----- ------- '
Hardy Williams has moved with his Miss Kstelle, of Theressa, were shopping to the Telegraph on Monday\ October "JACK and JILL"Saturday ;,
family to Ft Monde. in Starke Monday. :IIi,." Estelleis 3rd 1

the Teli'giaph's efficient correspondent 'E E. Fralick Hdw & Nov 8th CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in
Assistant '
Florida and Georgia rye need. J. at Theressa. Stale Auditor :Mcintosh I
F. Ki<'kilter. 10-31.2t was here last week to check up the 1 I "THE SAVAGE WOMAN" I :
Men's Dress Shirts books of the county tax collector A
7.: cents
C. L. Norton, of Theressa was in to $2.50 at Stump's. I copy of his report is published! in to-
town Monday. d.iy'x Telegraph and. is very complimentary Furniture Co; Gaiety Theatre Starke Florida I!
G!. II, Bennett has sold his mirfantile to Collector howling and his II I ,
John Langford has gone to Madison. business near the depot to David I) office deputy :M. S. Hayes:\ Mr ](ayes I +,fH'+ttt++++++++ttt++.'F+f Ml I'l++t+++++++++++t"Mti 1+tr +
to enter the high school] there. Silcox, who has taken possession iec' 'ntlsevered. his connection with I
and will continue to keep! g-rocC'rit.s. the, tax collector's office.and] will be a Roofing _ d-_ _. _ _$ 3.00 I
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I I. L. Cone, of Gainesville, was a cold dunks, fruits, cigars, i-tc candidatifor. collector at the primary Best Crude IIiimcH _ ______- 1.401-; \.e"'L nnnnneynnC7r:7(74S7S7S74KS7 S757S7574S7S'a 74C7S?
visitor t" Starke Sunday. next spring Mr. Dowlmg will be a Trnc I!. - _ __--.$1.10 1.25;
After reproducing the Tclcgiuph's candidate for le-election I and rumor !Back Bands _ __ __u_____ ,R!5 I STARKE HOUSEM.
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at account of the sale of the< Staike Telephone has it that there will be other entries Brooms! .._ __ u __ __n__ .75
Handy Hrjmer's 10-3-tf. ) Exchange to 1 II!. A. Bishop, the Buggy Ilanu-HH _ .. .17.50' 22.50 L.Q M. GEORGE PROPRIETOR n
Green; Cove Times ; "Mr. J. O. Traxler, who succeeds O. W.
says Hishop
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:Miss Carrie Holley spent the weekend hud charge us: manager of the Hell Caswell as county agricultural agent, Bridles u u I.M: 3.05 I Transient and Weekly Rates
in Ocala with relatives. system in Jieen; Cove Spifngu and he /arrived on the first and entered. upon dupe and Saucers' 1,00) 1.50 .
is a first class telephone man." his duties. Before accepting the place Platen _ 1.00 1.50 |i :L;
L. A. Brown, well known merchantof here Mr. Traxler had served as county Black Corn Shollers n 3.?". I Q CALL ST. :-: PHONE 152
Hrooker, had business in Starke S. A. Carter has moved with his agent in both Santa Rosa and i 'n* .
:Monday family to Oeoee, and they will make Jackson counties and as farm help We have the I I-S2S'
their future home there Their many specialist. at the University of Florida largest --
Mesclnmes J. S. Forsyth and It, W. : friends. wish them SIM cess' in their He has hail much experience in his
Sowell, of Brookei, were visitors to new home.In line of work and will no douht piovehimself line of stoves in = -
Starke Monday .--- ----- - the light man in the right/ I )
thy )youth eider thy groceries! place town prices $15 to \
W. 1Godwin, one of Lawtey'a from the government store, and behold ; The Checking Account
prominent citizens, was in Staike on in thy old 1 age they shall leach Chief. Kite gazed at Starke in wander .
Wednesday thee and l nourish thee and! thy /giand-. I Saturday mOI'ninlwhpn he came '
children. And thou shult say great I down town. The depot had not been $75.We i .
Armistice Dance Tuesday, Nov. 11, is patience.' Sulah.Fofmer moved to Call street, the schoolhousewas
at the Armory. :Music will be furnished s I still 8tun.lingan.1 no Ford cars appreciateyour I
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by the CHMOMI orchestra.Ted ) Sheriff S U. I1l'nma..klll* I had )been piled, on top of the water EH'rlIIan's. tune is reckoned in s

in Starke during the vw-ok. SIT\ Uen- tank Not a sign had been torn dawn l business dollars! anti cents. I III.'. should strife 4 .J I
II. Halligan, of Leesburg, was mark has suffered. from ill health for 01 a gate earned! away This good be- i! I I
in Stnrke Monday and Tuesday on a a long time, but his many friends will I havior of the boys is! said-ta have been ,I ,to hecrnnmare efficient, and thus ;
business trip.A be glad to hear that he is improving caused bv a rumor that ten special ----- -- - I Ir save time.The ) I'' '
I night policemen and 1 a detective from! ==- -_-- -r-----: --- ;1'

son was born to Mr. and :Mrs. We are closing: out our line of Jacksonville hud l boon engaged to keep COFFINS CwSKFTS I
first should he
Felix II Long on Saturday November Ladies and Children's Hats at I older in town on Hallowe'en night I And full line ]/ move to open a
of
1st. !IS- cent- ---.- aoe.h_n___.__ tllmn'-._..... n. a hank account. This systt."llatizes his l#
:Mr and 1 1I"M.! J. L. Matthews\ of ''Jm.ertakers': ; Supplies .
Sunday November 2nd, a daughterwas Friday evening little :Miss Elise: Bland l Alachua county were visitors \utomnhile Hearst-, I business transactions from{ the start, I t,
born to Mr. and. :Mrs. Jones ( last Thursday, at the home of :Mr nnd ,
F P. gave u jolly Hallowe'en party to Always( on hand The best! s.>rvico establishes a basis for credit, and increases -
Sturnp. a number of her friends. The guestscame Mrs. D. K. Knight. Before the adventof "
/ masked as witches, ghosts and the boll weevil :III'Iatthew"i: win at the lowest priien. Specialsttenten t his standing in the com-

Men's Monkey Skill Work goblins, and had great spoit The one of the largest planters of cotton fo___telegraph_ n _ order munity.We .:,
hoes $l,7'J! at Stump'n. young hostess dispensed' refreshments in this pint of f Florida He hays that I
suitable/ to th. time and place farmers in the sea 'nnd 1 cotton belt Rerj'stered' Embalmer especially invite checkup' al',1,1 .
Mrs W. II. Barrett, of Ocala, came ------ will have now to turn their attention :]
Sunday to visit her sister, :Mrs A. Z. On account of the heavy business! [i laigely to stock rai"inlIn,1/ not pl-int!: I He WITT C JONESStarke. counts. None too large for our facilities -
Adkins. in connection with the circuit ,I cotton again until the weevil "has been : f/t./
Clerk Weeks hart court I starved out '. __ and none too small t". have .
------- found it impossible j - ---
M. I). Carter of the Wateroak .sec to write up the minutes of the county, I., ----- ---- our appreciation) and H'ry Careful
ton was' u visitor to Staike Thurs comm >".ionel'!<' meeting for this issue r Being'" asked Wednesday, for his
day. of the Teleginph They will appearin opinion about fall business conditions" attention.Bank, f I
our next. I I':. S :Matthews, president of the Bunk ,
A, Ship Building Corporation, Jacksonville Levy Alvarez, who has enlisted in int'"H men were having n good run of
had business in :Stnrke::; Saturday. the U. S. Navy, in a letter to hn! custom and that he believed the present Eat. 1886 1
father, It. VV. Alvarez, of this city, season would be well up to past I; '
lion. I. W. 1'inholster, a well known states that he is located at Coat; Island seasons "Speaking for the Bank of of Starke
and prominent citizen of near San Francisco Calif., and Starke," :Mr. :Matthews said "I can INSURANCESTARKE .
had business in Starke Brook"r'l Iikeh his surroundings well. May that our books show that we have ",
20 per cent more deposits today thanwe The Growing Bank ,
Ninety days Texas lust proof and :Mrs. Neal Davit of the Wateroak had on the same date last year.
I'ulghrum oat seed J. F. Kickliter. section, brought to the Bradford Bunk deposits! are about the best index E S. Matthews, Pre Ceo. C. White, Cashier '
10-31-21. County Bank a cane of the Simpson to business conditions and if there l'l'r r
variety, which in size and. weight is. a i is :M per cent more money in batik ,_ .,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. H. Carter, of close rival to that left at the Bunk of :r.Orf7uMMlS00pDtOm .,
the Wateroak section,, are on the sick Starke by Rev I,. W. Kickliter
hat this week. I ) +bGlitl kSiMOm@mIDtpOftptDitHtrgnfiltmtpdkptnSMgtgtGtytDltlibuCNfa;; / :)(sr5r'.uDrat: : ( [ tta! }CXM>cBa(> vJcnJWlJ)() ( ) ) )mf< :Monday, on account of the convening ;i Ar I :
The heavy showers Tuesday made of the fall term of the circuit
the strawberry growers glad. Their court and the meeting of the county I, u 1
plants are now growing finely. boards drew great crowds, to Starke, I
and more people were seen on the j FISHING I TACKLE !
Inspect our new line of serges pan- streets than any time since July '.
amas, shepherd checks fancy ging- Fourth.T. I j t
hamH.-- ', _ailk un ."."_._.i..v..__". ._I.. W.. ., .Mnrnen.n' _'n, 1 '
H. Rimes, a well!! known citizen ; g We carry the clcpcndab'c kind
Mrs. J. E. Wilson nnd Mrs A. Z. from the western part of the county, ;" :: '
Adkins spent Friday in Jacksonvilleon was a business visitor to Starke !laKt' g A '
a shopping tour. Thu'"daIr.: times( rented part of complete assortment of Rods, Reels, if'
HIM large farm this year and pastured '
Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Miami, is here the remainder of it for his. hogs and. : : Lures, Lines, Camping equipment and H u
visiting at the home of her parents, cattle He says the pasture has paid :
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Peek. him better than the cultivated area. :' Sportsmen's Supplies. \\'cvant you to 'x

prices on all Ladies One of the first to bring a ripe strawberry I the r
Oxfords and Pumps at Stump's i to our office this fall was :Miss see Kamp-Kook Stove. H-Hi i

---- -- Kvn' \Vno E. K. I'erryman of Gainesville and 'V'ondurd who lives a short i A shipmc'ntof! Gold Medal Cots and rlyl
E. C. Scott of Jack Owillpent east. of town It wa picked 0'1
Sunday here with homefolks.Hon. day The berry is of the Mis I Japanese Bamboo Poles just received.
variety, is large and plump and ij ijrt
A. D. Andrews, of Raiford Woodard says there are more almost ,'J5t
was among the visitors to Starke the as ripe in the patch.V ui'r

first of the week L. Barnard arrived :Monday to i I i QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. IS

II. D. Wasdin was one of the rep- enter upon his duties as supervising ll ,
resentatl'-es of Graham in Starke dur- engineer of the public road work in k
ing the week. Special Road and Bridge District No. 5rKSrxaprtCfC
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: I "Fuither/ than this senator Trum- p "Be it known that if he de-cide, to einor Catts.the State Hoard of 11, d'r

arrn's riell! and Representative Frank riark establish u national' leprosarium wit)It- nnd all others who went to \\' -.I'lr"l

i Bradford County F I told :Mr Ilodgew in n private cotneisa-' in the confines of Florida that the responsibility Ion and iie) >te teil against the. .-t!al.i ilixhment
ton: preceding, the conference to keep is hill and nut that ofFlorida's of same1 on October iiainesville
his temper sweet, which he did, not I delegation ire congress, tjov- (; Suir.I .

L I is: \\' .\ 11'111Olt: : ) imv I I TICI IU:: 'nIMIsK ( i In-, oi 111'1 i name! on u !postal-,eard-stating in this conimumtv, recently on busi- I I do"Seveial membeis of th" Florida I I -

'lAs' : ; .V I'M.; rou I'NCI.K" : S\M: a what blanch of agricultureniter-, nt'ss.Lianiun. I ,delegation including myself, we...- favornble -
I'steel in,, addressing, the read\ to the Harrison Worthington, to ,'x.lulinlhim, from fii-tln-i t : D
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1i ;, I t tiuii to )iniiu pig for Umli' '-;'amItig Kxpeitinent: Station ( a I ''sille i I Firm, I passed, through here Thursday. | participation in this conference."

hank, ('" uige-il' ''I t was the) thing 'to e --- -. J. I.. Itrown made a business trip This report fuither says: lapvrlht

. h-0._ do; t.M.KriM:: ; tOOI'KUTION) (OF Il I to Luke Butler :\fOIlIII, )'. "As infinmation for. the Surj '-ii-- '
Ju-l feed it with th. gaibiic| fion, l F.UII:1tIIss'r: :: : (; :NKW< : HISKM :Mr. /and Mrs. II. II.! Hyatt, of High General there 'ain't' going to be any
the can; ; : I,: or' 1111: I'II'f\lt, c-\Nr It :: II Springs; visited the former's brother blood! spilt !
.. So simple anyone) ) could 1 I seeit i t thru 1 -- I H. I.. Clyatt during last. week. "lion J. AznkiahViIIlllm .shellfish rr1ar 1 1I

.a'I riaim-sville; I Oct t JH. The atateimirrt 'I I. S Brown was in Lake Rutler : commissioner of (Florida lead! hisspee'ch.
.' tried to raise, u pig for Uncle Sam 'I! board i is making every effort tr.ircuie Tuesday. on business .
Anil fr our boys across' the seas in the full and complete e-o-ope-ra- .1. C*. Ward of near I'rovidence,, "Azakiuh is SMART: all tight, but
blue; I tion of farmers in eradicating the mo- I passed! through here Monday enioutc no one wants to hear a piepared! HdI F'
,0 y; to! The neighbois ,lose against it .IH one I salt disc-use of sugar cane, recently to I)ijkcs.Murray. speech reail'

'j mUll. | found, to exist: In Ih' oto. Kscnmbia: : Thomas visited his sister, "All preachers will please! take a
They iraidS'"t.H get the justice after -I I.lb.ty.fllnlltc.l', Franklin (Oudsijen,, I Mrs.J. M. ?,Jott, of Luke Butler Sat- tip."I 111111 AI

.I-r. you I Jackson. I.C'OIl. Palm Heach Polk andI urday night and! Sunday. saw that Surgeon-fieneial( Blue
; I Voiusia! counties It is realized that Denzil) Thomas visited his sl"t"r. had his thoughts far oft while* A7.Ik -
l; I tried to raise a pig. for Uncle Sum.1h ; I| unless quick! action is. taken the dis, :Mrs W. M. Thomas, of Knifocd Fri- iah was rending and therefoiu suggested I MI

) .. ,implications) jriow mill grew andgrew. I c-use will secure such foothold that I day. that he read! the last page, _

| eradication will liti i impossible. Carl Hrown spent the week-end at which was his. peroration and file\ his
l' So many and) so varied the> demands' The plant I'olllml."ionof. Mr. Wil- I home. speech with the Surgeon General who I I _

: I only can pniinieiute a few. I finn Newell has recently addressed a Algar Tiiumas was a business visitor would! probably read it at his leisure I _ _
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I lettet to the owners of all farms now I Worthington Saturday.H. "Ar.ukiah brought out one point
: Such as a house well,/ built both warm known to iiifc'ctpd, with the disease, K.; Brown and son, Eurie, made, worth while, wherein he stated that I 11111

as anil dry. I the letter e-xplaining the destructiveness | a business trip to Starke Monrluyj Cedar Key wars the second, largest I liii _
Itl I Sufficiently removed as space permits, of the dise-iist* ill other countries. I oyster producing! ,\ection of Florida I I I I I I --- > *<1UNTIL
farm-
Secured with hog-pioof wire as i the letter bring in pint ns follows-, : j I PI.M: ': HILL "That an oyster could not travel

(, > em .lnTo breaking |I "You have peihaps not been pnr- 1 around ran.! was compelled to eat the I 11111 the war-worn world has

: keep tin- mini mill i from ''ticulaily aliii, 'med, over the appealance) fine Hill, Nov. 7.-I'rof. F. M. food that humped up against!: its shell. I 11111 its old-time efficiency
I I through !| j'.ft.' yellow "t I'ipinl! or ,inottlmir. The dmrase business visitors to Starke :Monday. from, this leper l'olollY would permeate I 11111 where are the hungering millions of
An ample "lIIIIWILY .underneath sometries 1 is, however, mon* dangerous. :Misses"" Vim Cone Minnie Green and the oyster beds in the Cedar, Key I 11111 Europe and Asia to get enough to
If. I I I noisy. Lewis were visitors tu our section and that industry would thereby .
mud I which I tiSllOOre than is evident dm'ing the Ii I."t season I 11111 eat ? This is our biggest interna-
with Ul.uk I < in I
.f. 4 Oo/.v) nil'
| 'hool IM ruined."This .
J I.. I I cif mfc'ctiori.. In western Porto Rico si Monday. 1 tional
LcUIJJ To stimulate food
problem.
vvlicte the- iliseasihas, been presentfor Last! Saturday a fish fry party composed i brought out that old line of
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t" day
Helved from 1\
A varied menu kind of I I "'""I'III years, the* reduction in I of Mrs. A. B. Suirency, Vera slu-h with modern sanitary and,! scientific production we offer large premiums /
costly
anil I Itl'ain.
m a
)If milk
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.t. ( boosrComputed I Mine yield on account cf it now averages r Joseph Rosa and :Mallii Surreiicy, 1-.1 disposal! methods, that this cxC1''tli EJ for the best exhibits of farm crops. )
.k i from :35 to 40() per cent. The experience I :M Chanccy Arthur and! Eva Edwards couM be ,purified whereby it
; I I with the disease in this country i enjoyed the clay They had ptenty of will be suitable for the human to
with, economiLgarbage
r I indicates that it will not bo less I f fish. drink. FLORIDA STATE FAIR
1'r stew uite all they said' wedhave I destructive here Mr. and Mrs.' A. U. Surrency were "Not one at the conference nsquiesc- :
Which <
was | I "The' mosaic disease! does not materially guests. of A. L Jreene, Sunday evening ed to this propo..ltion1 ."
do,
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A weekly bath to in scented kerosene I I reduce the* yield of cane duringthe / ;\1/'. Earman does. not say the leprosarium Jacksonville, Florida

of whitewash to the first season of infection, but whenever I Our school is piogressmg nicely under will be located near Cedar
.\ frl"lu'nt"t NOVEMBER 22.29
Key-he simply makes a .straight
a cane "shows this mottling: of the : the management of our teachers,
k pen.Simple I, I manly report nnd concludes as follows ----.I.--
leaves is planted it produces nothingbut though several are out on account of

', indeed the laisnifr of u pig- infected canes' and the continued.! : sort* eyes and fever. :
of these biff bankermen I useof infected cane for planting will, I "No mattcM- which way General
Tininnocence '
( I in u few seasons result in the canes LKPKOSKIUM: ( :- .\ CKIK 'ue' ctacidei the Florida State Board """' '''''''''' ''''' r
being dwaifed of Health is not going to pick a fuss
I know now that the pits is. oveiloid I severely -in many instances I
t And, that the p.n-i" mightier than so small! ns not to be worth with him. -
the swonl" gi I mding,!i ('," ; We fear the leper colony will be established "It is essential that the United Selling At Reduced Prices
., .. State-- I Public. I 1l"lIlth I Sc'/\'il'l' and the rt
Knnly); I II.! (Lamed, --+--- I on cine of the islands near !
MILI.KU: Cedar Key It looks to us now almost Flomla State Hoaicl of Health co-op : $

IK I" I 11.1. 'mi i: riu: iIt EE; HOKCK9 ( : I like a foregone conclusion. Joe Ear- : erate."We. We are cutting the prices of
r :?Millet, Nov. 7.-Dr. .1. K :Mames, man one of the tlentest-headfd men UIP satisfied, as to the integri- :
I of Lake liutler/ was a ptofexsional, in Florida chairman of the State t"f Sri e-epn irnprul Itlue and renlie because
the
li' The most serious. enemy to peach: I it goods not we want to
. : I Ce' is the peach t*..... boiel. u'cn'd-I: visitor! here Friday. I Hcmid of Health has just made his the gieal lesponsibdity, that i. $
I :Mrs .Jessie Simpson and! daughter, full leport In the I'ulm Beach Post upon his i shnuldcisLIFT I .
entomologist at i but because
:" iiid to .1. /K Watson I want the
,Ii"3 I t the (Kxpenment; Station; who sa>.* I Anna Lee, returned to their home in :] and.! it ill characteiistic of him we moneyto
, make on Kingsland, (ia, after a several days It bit mt had with CORNS ORCALLUSES
, that now I- the lime to war i, i was a i view tIny bills.We
visit In this with lelativps pay on our .
1\\ t this '"'11\1.\ Ml the- eggs have been community I' Suigeon; (;tenetal Blue I and! it looked]
hatched! and;' tinouiig worms are I nnd tends. like he had already piejudged, them OFF sell the Famous
II I'; Brown! was a bu..im'I'illitor DiamondS
feeding on the luiik The females lay m case. :Mr. Uarman tells who weie $ $
{" I the eggs on, I III'I I Hunk mid Ini gel to Jacksonville' last week I !" 'u'nt., They were Surgeon Cienei.
, -.t limbs of t h.' I tier, but seldom moio J II I. S. :Miller, made a business trip al 151 ue, I lr McCov, dnector of the' Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or Flourjin 24 lb. sacks at 1.50
t k ., than two feet abovethe, gtound" The tn Lake Butler Fnday, i hjtriene: l.tbonitoiy 1 Dr) tioldwater.
ti. eggs hatch ill a week or" less' and! the l >ewey Fialick! of l'.o\'iJ.'n.I"I.- I I )Woodwind.I Di) l\Ie I 1.11 rid I i in. all callus off with fingers t per sack 1 11. 75 in wood per bbl.
) boiei begins; to ciawl I down I' the "ill through hne Satu; i-day. of the U. S. Service; Senators Fletcher t
i young
A ; trunk of the life until I I I I it reaches the I John. I.. I Hannon of ('.llilw"vi1lIII" I und! T'nmnwll., CongreHsman Clark, k $ \\'e are cutting the price of all

!'t' (round. I It then begins to feed on the i Srnithw l'k and Seuis. and numerous $
&i ) I hark whiih) muses i it to exude gum I others Joe Karman piesiclent of the i our goods low
FARMER as as we can. ,
r; ', The laivae does I not get fill' I into the : BROWN i State lioaid of Health was of coursetheie V

,' ."I I.. tree until it i is ,several, we-cks old\, and, And Governor Catts. '1/I ')T1tm.i $ \\,1'e have load of I
a
r t.; . it I.. in this, ...,,1'1)l stage of its life that I Senators' Fletcher and Tiainmc-1)) introduced I car good
//1 1'si49' 1w
' It should l be, dug u U t. I It feeds in the : Farmer Iltmvn hoadiiuaitc-rs' at I the party but, as the Senate
I.; t tree all winle-i! mid! spnng and on up H\\' Itt ('. Jones. llaidwaie Store this 1 I met at 12 o'clock they had to leave $ cooking stoves of all sizes. $

.. . until I the following I .Iul)'. I week mid! attending court. So anyone ConA'r'smlllClul'k' stuck all da>'. _
r' .\ g tent 1\11111)' fir liflels mound. the wishing. to niret him or pay their real'ets 1 I Surgeon General Blue annoiuuid" 0lI We have just received a car of
earth about the trees to a height of I ) to the famous farmer will find 1 that the board he hail apointed to look ; t
a foot 01 IH i inches, run ng tim jim, sometime him tit our Haidware Stole or coul.t-1 I for a location hud unanimously agtccd table salt.

,;i In .JuI I) :Mont. of the adult moths $ house, All his piiuluise's. will |he made i I on this island near Cedar Key It t \

.; a* they issue' from the pupa in the nftei, court closes( so we can't ml'n'I I looked! like the cards weig stacked $ Just received a car load of wire t
1 t ttccM, will be unable make then' way I tion them in this issue of the Tele- I: We hope there may be some way out
: : through this. dnt, and! will i I I perish The gi'iaph !'of it ..C'hul it liokto us like it ,is. fencing.
\ young borers which\ hutch out anil! de- \via me selling I i to his. friends, ,neighbors ,, settled.fiovetnoi! $

1I..ntill'\ tiunk, rnrountei the mound ; nnd! e\en his inemiesOur I ;( Catts made the openingaddrestit $ We have few
\I' 1111,1111 oner I'II ti'i I In bulk Tlu>>' are ( catbou .1 i-Mu I|>hido has arrived', and mode a good speech Foi a more good bug- t
t thus induced to entei' the tiunk of the and ,selling fast at the tegular pre : the balance, we shall quote freely.

. I. tier i in t"lh.f" \ the it nun or loots. I 111 of $J.:U.!.i pei trillion. I U is. sure enough I fiom :1\1 r. Karm.m's: report.. Don't. strife! A tiny bottle, of $ gies.We. $
thlf.itu.itinn i t the) me c-asilj i I gotten I II killing all weevils and, saving the corn. Speaking of the speech of T. KHodges Froc/ufio coots hut a few ernt at any
I" Ht ,\" .MOIin as they have hllh'h..d.Ih..h \\'"> have just leceivnl I Five I Dim-n) I I of Cedar "c'Y.11': Karman: ,drug uteire, 'tl|'|l'1Y a feW. drops. on the I # are making a closer price
'I \\ is in (Oe-tohti." the mound should! I."' I- Collars' sellinir I i at $:1.75 nnd I sajs' : corns, "'aI I uses" and! "linn! irk i a" on hot-

: be h.v..I.IlIhl I the b.nk p si"taped,i and, tl't"! ;;. ANo a bilI I line of New' Stoves "lion. T. H. I Hodges, fOI'nf'I'h..11:; t.rrof\\i.. .. feet I,"'le/oni-" tliin reillover.oris lift UIt'IIotT." .from tho 9 on Suits and Blue Serge pants

\\9* the hotels dug I "III.I I hey will I I I not Iiamigt's! aul I I I Heatem I t both wood and Fish, Lomnnssioner of Flonda < ,im*. I It" ...r ,'....%......" from the Imttoni of foet,
have pel,dialed v,"ij' f.n at this t tune oil veiy near spilling. the )beans. I He ex the km beniwUi 18 left pink and healthy on Brooms U.nderwear. H
I c I and will he e'.isilj M" uipeil, off oi dugout
.Xinmutjitioii.t all flesh, and I new. No brought out th .it his other. \\. U __ u_ I Irrf all kinds of Ladies
I stale anil! dump stulf It will ;p.i>' allS I Hodges I : tish u nil I oyster ilcaleiii t Cii'ai .. I II spun Dress ,
r I neEI( : i: ."dOnLll'Ie I i. IM: -'HUM VIION U)" I"nll'lI to i hu>' hi le ,' l Kcmid, one other individualowned \ :
\Ve lii\e a Full Line of !I'ocktt. I two-thuds. of ('(.dar K..\ I lli I "- Djl Goods Ladies Ready to Wear
(. .. Kiim-s. i nuliidniK'! I the. '"t.'a moll'. I ILKnifn talk developed t that 111''a r. I'm.in.; ,mil'. ;

; :\11111) piisonin the -late who ale mteipsted in CVdar. Key and that h. II Hats, Saddlery, Harness Collars -

J' . I mteicstc'd I i in agiiiiiltuie of one kind I \\'.. have i-vei\tliinvr you tan buy at had! lecently built a horn. then. which It Helps 4H Bridies and all kinds of -
I "I'i another do not receive the bulletins nn>' up-tu-cl.ite I llaidwaie I Store, 01'will hirtati'.i would not 1" of value if th ,
I .. sent out by the University of get it at otue for you if you will leprosarium weie established. "" he I There can be no doubt $
4. I loiiilu expei' 'iment station a The only I Ileason pWe, the oidtr, Hut tell us plainly three keys as to the merit of CarJui, I Farming Implements Potash, $
P l why they mi not is because \\ hilt you want. One fellow' came in "I It' also stated! that thiki'v s the woman's tonic in Coffee Tinware and
It; their 'name's. me not on the station's theothi i' day and! asked fu,' Fence I weie within three miles of Cedai Ke.\ the treatment of many t Hardwarea

. mailing list The bulletins are flee Hooks and! Snjdoi /grit out the Fish and (morn his personal knowledgelot- troubles The peculiar thousands to full line of Furniture
;' If any peisem in this nrighbothoodwish I Hooks I and! then found, out the fellow with"tundlllt! the Government topogiaphical Of women.women who have been 4.- just re j

I \ to receive the bulletins promptli >' I Il wanted (ial\am/.ed Staples' for Wire survey, that at low tide, the H helped by Cardui In the ceived.
a.i.4 publication ,is 'madelet! him semi1CUU F"I1I'I'V.. au" still selling lots ofWno depth of water between Cedar! Key past 40 years is conclusive $ $
1 l KenoiiiK and Tumps. and! Kixturpx :- :and! these threes keys or small i islnnd- rroof that It is a also
.. Lit' .,:, ':, "",j c. ...,....Xs K\eijotie: jrettinir u>ady to would not exceed five1 feet and thi j I good medicine for women t We have a few good Mules
who suffer. It should
-. , ". ' ,, .. butcher and! make syrup man could wade ashore
LA"\.I\" i ; (; : ia 1'' -" > the average help too. and Mares hand
"- 'ri> r.' I I.: ..1., .' II. '1Qui,iui. I Don't) forget our Sausage :Mills mid "lie further stated that he was born you on yet, we buy
E. W CVW.( : S a'! :" A ...1 I t'x. J..I. otutT.,1'ttlldllt1t'I1t' !<, as well I atam r and raised at Cedar Key and knew I Take what sell
) : t want to and sell
t.ard, TansOar more about the waters in that section you t
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE Cora Cola plant is not running I than any other living!: man what
11: fomis. few days on account of not being "lie refeired to Dr. j.V.. Tumor. you want to buy.

able to get Sugar and! Syrup (I'nitce! State's; public health quar.in CARDUIWoman's Our for
N.une "Biytsr" r ion Genuine .I'IIM' to \keep BcunuVe hope '1t> tine eifliier at Ce-ihir. Key, and who I int i- $ reason making these $
''tit patrons will go to the bad,HUI'-I this time State Senator in th..

Aspirin-sty Uiv erlatai unking. or drinking :Moonshine, Floriela Senate; from Levy founta! 1 _., clos prices is because we buy ,
tan supply their wants again a I liar of colossal magnitude I
"I..' /.lT.s\: ., \\t' wish tii thank all our fiieiids, I "This barge was resented' }hs. 'i. + The Tonic close. We carry in stock very
""J ./ t. ,incl' eustomers foi' their liberal 1oC''''I' CJe-nernl; Klue. also bv oth. i- II $

\ ... _4 ,"'nujre. this week and when you "Pllt-I the conference' I Dr Turn. vv i- 'lifiiiti I Mrs. N. E. Varncr of $ near anything you can think to
t (: ">d! thing tell others and! if an\thing i hundri'd I miles i awa.v and 'lad I ni Hixson. Tenn., writes:
L'. ; I '.- "' .' ',v,. the . MI, lhc1: !< and
]h. '
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; / '.11" rmtr .c'rve > ou : sides were terrible: and
:, ) Suw. u... the Sovl'm'her Wi-ddingj. I I1"1011 -- -' ' ---I my suffering Indescriba- Come.and and
.rr.- .... -:"-. us here we have the < 'ommun-| $IOO Reward.,tOO 1' ble.! I can't t-'ll j just liow see us give usa $
.-" .> ? 'r v I I'lufi' *l\er|| '''ore. T'h.- i'imipl.-ti., Calarrh u a \loral" I rtis A'I' ratly, lnflunc and where I hurt aboutall
"" :::; "J! in, 11. ,, t m f';<'nuine Maboguny"' i .J by tunftl ,.>11<)11..1. ......,Uon. It t- over I think . I Ibegmn trial.A. .
comtltutlonal tr
tnr (or* r* I ; on "Tlnvi TabKta tif. AJopirlll"; a I'heBt fnl'i $12'100.:!: For individual" I I : HALLS CATAHUH MEDICINE I Cardul, and my
in a il1er packiu: .," .mtuminx. have till' Kirv.l"rrkis, !I. taken me.rnnlly an 1 a,'11 th.'oufh the pains crew less and less *
(proper nri'si-nti we ( '
'%' for IK Wood on 111. Ml.oun' 9urr.> at th. Sytl.m until I r was cured. I am D. ANDREWS
:
l dirertion* he-.
.i. C..IIot. I'ain, ': : COMPANY
SItDlCINE
'tilnis, us follows' Table, Ti.i. .Soup. HA LI. 3 \r-Uil.H ; remarkably strong for a .
Neuralgia, Lumbar!: mil lUinuuiatismi d.crori the foundation of tIn .thus.! i
l N .m" "bjyer" mvprcacribed ... /x<'nuin. Atpiriaat (Orange. Dessert. Ice Tom,. ala' 'improving I woman 64 years of age. .:T.-.
: by pliyjre "<* for nineteen nd i'lcklo Forks, Gravy Ladles IIB"y'l lh. in. aya hf.a lth Str assign mnur In I do all my housework." Raiford
I t ., doing lt< work. IfOOft fr any 'a.. of Try Cardui, t today, C-78 Florida.
r 'IanJy iuxet of 12 Ublet ,ii 'ip.ons, But' r Knitex and! i-.f.rrh th>t HAUL'S CATAHRHMfUICINB f $ ,
cost few cfnU A.,,.,,,, i< trade mark' f H'\ 'fni1 hu\ trig 11'o our In i r.n. to cur.
or n.y' MjnufucturMonotNlio. I Lirucfitt ;.e ttlmnnlAt trt i L_ -J
ivwirr JONES:
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.1 .,'.,Ieter of Silicylicsci1tin r. J. Ctinr 1 Co Tolt,1o. OIUJ. I I + ."' "
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1919 \PFORn rOt' TY rFtFGR\PII. STARKE. FLORIDA I MH: FITTvrN' 'yRIGL

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. I John James, a negro working in A

I saw mill at Odessa, was shot and killed 'Ii

Saturday b>' Deputy Sheriff Aiulerj l I : ,

j son. Anderson noticed that the negro
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was drunk and, believing hi had liquor h 1

on his person stalled to 81'ar'h, him. { 7 :qa -fi .

- lint ,Tames showed (fight and Amlii- '

1 tin'd tu hit him with his revohct Phi
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nog" 0 ''lodged and then clinched tint re ,

\ lICk Tin dc' hi
i sun put} pressed Ie .1.1tit.

c.h< ".'T* :Ita: ; list th' IKglCl's/: 1 .aide. nut

hud twico dm bullet passed. thru

a package tin negio's. hOlly and entered the deput .

5c V'5! wrist. The negio died almost a

immediately It lequiiicl two hours z = 5 K 'i
1Y-ark'arSTj, 1
before the \V8r I I to loosen\ and oIl lodl.('"- the bullet from i iAnderson's I 1I

wn-t. so' tightly! it was 1i I

wedged in lietwei two bones
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i--: itibCigarettes


a packae! I Habitual In 14 Constipation to 21 Days Cured t

5c "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSI is a specially. i 1

prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative Habitual I
during( the r
war5c Constipation It relieves promptly but ,I They Win You On Quality !

:{ should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I Ie I
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and h [

| Retaliates txittle Very Plcusant to Take bCk I 7 Your enjovnunt of Camels will be very great 1-;;:

I Gar
> : t;:: j .1 bt'l'mtlwir: : 1"t froshing flavor nnd fragrance 14! 1
a -- -
"tyDOMytTIC nnd 1TL'llow'nes. is Sf ) enticingly different. You

packageNOW J ,. .. ruRKt, i11.EN,, i n '\"l'r i.isud: :sm.h a cigarette; Bite is eliminated _

': You Do ..Moreork. -- and t there is M cheerful absence of any

You are more ambitious and 1 Y"I1I\.t :nnre unpleasant ct! ; :aretty after-taste or any unpleasant ;
| enjoyment out of everything! when >.nur i

,I blood is in goixl tonilition Impurities, II., cijarett\| odor! sr

the blood have a very depressing. l'IT.t, .

THE FLAVOR LASTS the system causing weakness I mm ss Camels; are made of an expert blend of choice 1:)'
I nt'rvousnessan,1 dickntss : em"1. are ."Jot .tr'i ..n.'. m

OROVU'S TASTELESS' Chill TOMC I c',gn ."n-"t-10' I, Turkish I and i choice I Domestic tobaccos and are t'J'I IeoQ'yrn"vrr.d"

restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying .) .. . ,, ..
.n "' smooth and mild but have that desirable full-
SO DOCS THE PRICEI and Enriching the IIMH| ) When you feel entm,. WS. .coon, h 'n ?I

its strengthening invirioratinij! effect. see I omm....cfii. aeo'. n.. it,.. ,?. bodand. certainly hand out satisfaction in :
how it brings color to the cheeks amid how mroffic. tuppiy: ut when you ire t ml h

it improves. the appetite, you will then generous rne isuie. You will prefer this Camel IIt

l appreciate its true tonic value I blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I IGive

OROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC j .

is not a patent}, medicine, it I is simply' 'a t
stiffest then
Camels the
IRON and QUININE; suspended in Syrup I tryout, j

So pleasant even children like it. Tim I compare them with any cigarette in i 1-
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRONto
Enrich it. These reliable tonic I properties the world at any price for quality, : !

never fail to drive out impurities in flavor satisfaction. No matter J 1
the blood. 1

The Strength-Creating/ Power of GROVE'S' .i. & //IOM' liberally you smokeCames

TASTELESS Chill TONIC has. made it : '
Aa1. will not tire
rt they
the favorite 4t '
tonic in Thousands of Jimms i ad h ,q ,:1'

J e More than thirty-five years ago. folk your tu,.it-- .'
would ride a long distant to Ret/ GKOV i L::'S

TASTELESS Chill TONIC when
member ol their family had Malaria or u i i R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. '

WyQW M I needed a body-building!, strentitli-tiivini; f ' Wintton-Salem N. C. : I'
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tonic [,The formula is just the same today k "

and you can get it from any drug! i 1 rr'',

tit/ I Store 60c per bottle. 1
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:NOTK F OF APPI.ICATION FOR TAX DEED
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UNDER RFCTION S7J OF TUB ,.wt Quarter Went ITalf of "SmitheaMt' QuarK ..fI''r for .,,1. In front of the eourthnuntt door It. anil W (II A of North half of SW' qua ,-
GENERAL STATUTES ., of Northwent Quarter of Sr'e. 10, '('p. fS. In Stark Horitla ilurfnv the leva! hnuni nf ti'r of HW quarter except I A for church.Hee .
Hi rvbr not Ie. li given that txili Adkln., Kunxe 22 E aim rant Half\ of the North. HHle. on Monday the Amt tiny of Iircumhir. III. Tp e. H K. "2 K. 12 ......., Mneaned
ptirchaHtr of tax sale eertlfte.1ft numberedreipeetlvelr rant Quarter of Nnrthrnxt' QuarUr EMI halt IfilU. the following iliweriheri 1 real ent-nti. 1y. UnknownCertiflratv.
224 and 230. l la.urd l by the tax of South.nut Quarter of Northeast Uuarteri Inir anti being tn Itrailforil county Florida to-
No. I7A embrace !S half of lot
eolleetor of llradford County Florida Said of Nortfceaat Quarter of Sontbeaat wit
runt: Half" .. See 7. Tp'. 7. S. K 20 K.: 40 acre. *. anneMedI
187 rertiDcatP being dated July 2, 1*>I7. and hal Quarter: Kant Hulf of East Half of North- The South Half of tb. Northwent Quarter T. RhawCertiflcale' .
mod nald cirtlflcntea In my office' and ha .....tnt Quarter' of Northcaitt Quarter and Eut and. th. South' Oni-thlnl I nf Nnrthwcat Quart .. No 211 ernbraeca. the following
made appliraton for tax deed to laiue In ...- half of Went Half of Northwcnl Quarter of 'r of NnrthiHHt Quarter : alno bfirlnntnir at Hi.it nt hr: Cmof NK tpinrti of SK: quarterSir I.
nf Seei\ Tp. e S.' Rue. Southiawt corner uf Northeanl Quarter of
N.lh..I Quarter
conlance with law :14 and run N 210 ;yiln. W 140 yiln S .
('1.\ Y MILL (d i. Ptiry :May (toil's; blessings. /: be Snid' certiflrates. respectively embrace the li f: . alno NoithweHt. Qunrtir of. Northiaa'Quartet Northuefit Qtiurt awl run North HA 2-1 210 yiln, r: Ill y.,. to lieic, e A, !Sic. 34. Tp.
nf South*.i.*t Quarter or01/ <.,. 14. fpS yarilnVrat. l IIyariln I . South I4H 2-9 yariln.
following landa In Florida.aHNiMRed S K
with all Mrs. Bradford County. 7. CJ! B II ncren. annivneil F:. J. MeKae -
\ you Nancy Perry. at the date of the Imuanc of auoh e Ruili h:. alHO Snutnwnit' Qunrtrr of t:atit 112: ya.ul. to ,paint of beKinnlnic all of r

Clay Hill, :Nov; 7.-\tI'K'U": H B. .- -.- cert.fleatefl In the name reapectlvely hereln- .Simthwtiit Qiiiirti, St..,. 9. '4'p. 7 S, Rue. XIK aitl laniU iMlnir in !Sertion 20. Townnhlp 5 Cirtifliali, No L5 imbrann W half of J
: a Inn Nort b..1 Quartet of Norlhiaet' Quar.l !Month. KanKe 21 Faot
j idson, and II. S. Mailing:' moaned /IKK' sour particularly net forth, towitiCrrtIerata I A /. APKINS' M'qunrti: "r of. M': quarter. Sic 2. TM, .. s.
lor No. 226 embracea the North Half l I. >. and NortJ Hnlf "f !I..ulh..1 Qiliirl of ,luclnl Muster in l'hunm'ryt II. 22 P :'(o I n.. nn. mtninniil. II M lytlymore "
to the Camphor Fnrm I Saturday of Northwest Oimrter of Northeaftt Quarterend NiiilhitiHl, .. Quirlir" and Nnrthinnt, Quarter of .
I business, JCilf, Nov 7.-Messrs.. . Townsend Went llnlf and Northwent Clunrler of "N.rlhwmt. Q.Hitir ..f Ntrthtanl Quarter of K I CREWS. . "
Snuth' ,'a.t Quarter See 14 Tp 9. s. R. 22 Sic IA I'll S. ,Kin1 F. Solicitor for. (inliluinuM' I 0:1MANTER' :II\.M. ITnli.n NAH"! cirtinmteH Khali' lie ndiHmeiliiiciirilinv r .
[ Mi arid MiI I I.. W Wilkinson. 1 Uaii Richardson. and Otis. Douglass) /: . of Lake 1... nun arms. .......<.d R. D. Clayton W..I i FI'i'rnsov.Flintf tn, Inw. tag dad will iHKiie thereonon 1t

i y Lang\ /: and I.on Moseley! motored Butler were visitors. I at the home off C, rtlflcate Nt. 20: embrncefl the "NorthwentCJunrti .' Ilrndforil (".."ny., !stall' of NAI.FNiitue Witness the' lilt, ) day of Novemliir. A. I D. IV10.., (
I of Nnrthwot my otTicnl lurnnturw and ,1 thin
r Quarter Sec 2T. Tp. Bt
1 Starke Saturday . l B. 'Ith..mlls F'ridly, while entente to s. 1'1.' R. 2" E. 40 .e-..., ....... d R. I). Clayton Hi i'lila'I . ;in hen.I I,y .Iv..n that under. and liy. the 'nil tiny of October ,\. II 1IIIU
virtue of that rvrtafri Anal iliree of foreiloauri
Mi-ssr S. .1 L I i. M Curl Salt Springs.' W T, WEEKS'
Starling. d ,
-
: by
1Tnltnn raid ccrtlflcateii nnait be redeemed. mud< ann n nili' nil Ort 21'. tint (SIAI' > Clerk Circuit; Court !
| B B. radpett and son, Cl>'dc" Hand Mr and Mis K. I B.! Thomas. were conlintr. to law. tax deed will ,Ifmue. )thereon C O\l\UIOSP.HH'! AIFIII II..n."I'.I. T V lln. .lililue of the .Fliihlhluilirlnl : Ily R A. WEEKS I
I. N. I'adtfett business visitors. to the county seat Thursday. on the 1'th tiny of November, A. D 1919ltnenft iily attar I. given that iin.1i and by .l (Ircint. .' <.f limilf.ril ('", onlY. '..'Ila.II in 10.lit 1Ir Duty Clerk. .J
: Were brio. of tint ci.Hnin ".*...... ..partition. maul' In rhnneiry. In funny of tin f I1..a.Jlon 111 f, ,
I ..ntorsti' }Highland I : Saturday mornB E..1. Cunningham turned home \.\ my official Iftnattiro nnd Henl thlrtl unit rntrwd, In thp Clrrint Court In and for i.r Kairorl' . n corporation. cnmplimmnl. nnunuainnt ;
<, I Kill day of October A. D. 1919. OHIir It Of NFIt: VI('E 11'In
Ij Iu..t'I.k Andrew
after a few days visit at' llruilf'iril, County F'Inri'le. .in ( han ..ry. on th.I. J M Hi-mi y. Annie Ilerniy and '
''If.i El;I J.'nton.i W. T. WEEKS l I., tins\ .t DilohiT. A T1111'1.' In favor or.I" 1.I limwn. ,1.r"nlK. the .n.'I"n..rI. 'Ihi Circuit I ourl 'if the FiKhth Judicial, t i 1
j i D. ('arh'a" visiting,: his /grand, f!Seal I Clerk Circuit. Court ii Al rn"thv. wliliio. ... O .I Ahirnnthy' pout n|,'cinl innnti will offer for pal, in front nfthi Circuit' nf rlurlda; I tn and fur Bradford i
Dy R. A. WFEKSin. .. iloor. Slarke' !lorlila. ilurintrthi I "unly. In (hancery ( :
iii-nts Mi und Mix S. i Miss Khodn: Thomas spent last. week Euyenr I\h.n.'h. n minor liy HH) n..1 ci iirtliouHf* at
| J. Stalling/ : .|17.5t. Dipnty Clerk frmnilK n \",'roalhy. complainant. ' am'nunlnnl )lira) houm of ante on Monilay the arylfits ninnutiir. Naval Htorea Ccmpany, t
I itu relay at LaCrosse I with her l..tl'r.. Mrs. W 1.I..i.l Surrpncv. R 9' 1'III'.ney.' hirhiiHltanH of Dinmlnr. 1111th.! .. followlnir\ ilivcrilietl A Corporation.omplulnant.' ,

:Mrs Eliza: Taylor is on the sick' 11. Shaw. fillu Ahrrnnlhy and lliatra Ahrf' owl ratnt..itnatr. In Itrailfonl. County. < .
I COMMISSIONERS' 8AIFIlinlv .r..n"an'. thp unil...rtlunpil an rommiHHi F'lrtin, to-wlt vaC /
.1 t lit this :Miss. Iva Sprinkle was I visiting!' our Iff undi by nnthy n F Harper. el al. '
untinirI notice when thnt 'r and nom. "ill offer and aril In front of the lot numtii Two of the Nurthiniil Quarti J.
school last week tirtnt 1 nf thnt certain d..crie nf partition, of !!. rllun Two TownHhlii, KNit. 22 K !nelrnulanla.llydrr .
I L E; Stul'linloand/: SIStCI's, Mrs C. Soull. poor "f the olirlhiiimn. ;in Stark' Dorlln I i :
mnile' and entered In the Circuit I In and nf Mrrvlre by Publlraelen
Court Mon. alto North Half of Southwenl Quart ofNorthmnt
\ houm of '
tinlinnl on
George and, Mrs H. (!. I'erry were ZitT .school is pr"lol"e."inlonicl'ly/: /: under for !Suwnnnte County. Florldn In Chaneerv.nn ilav.. "the Inrlnii l Id t "nv or nnmmh.r. A.BI n. mil. In I. IJnarter. Seclion' Twit lownnhip HH To : MII'n'I.' Holy.tmnn... Alabama ,. 1., ,, I

.. nt-Bs visitors. to Sttrke S.ituul.iv the management of Miss. Edna the 27th Inv of AiliruM. A. n. 101" or theriflnl .. hi""lii..t and law hlddrr for cash In ham) .. K'J r: Iran. right of way of C. H. A H "runty. Atmore, Alabama' : Myrtle, r .I
Inilicml, Circuit, in faxnr if N?Ihe M nitnatpd and r Kinlwity. anil lenn South. llnlf, lying rut ofI May Williams care of I.. II lI! "ly. At. ."
Ihn io11iMint' iltnrrUi'1 nrntu'rtv
fir) G. W )!iown made two busiR8 !- ita cter. Milton' n.lm'nlrtrntlx nf the eiitate of L. W. Itl'.. In Itmirnnl, rnnnly. Florlila. \>.-..11 : I f.: N A I- Knilway IIr Northwiwt JinirU'r of mori. ', Alnhama if C. Williamn, ). Jr.care .,
trips in this section during the J. B Thomas. and daughter Miss. Hilton iliTenH'il. ,. the nnd.rxlirneil ait cummlHHionir Phi. Mirth lint of Nnrthiimt Quarti-r andS l I North*'ant Quarter. ..Section/ i. Townnhip HS of I. II Doty., Atmnrc. Alabama :
nn nniointi-il hv fluid di-rrcc of naiiliourt (nrliH Willlami. cure of I,. |'f Pity.
It. 22 Fan
I..t. wr'k. Alva attended, church I !'! iithtniit Otiartnr, tf NitrthifiHt Onart.r and !
.
at New iioprSaturday. .. will offer fnr sale and mil In front i>ftlu '/nr'hw".1 of 1'I"lhw' ) Quarter anilonllwant \ I I' A /. APKIN1.I Alninre. Alahnmi. Wesson Wll ann. Al
E II. Cartel and son, Henry, made! cmirthoufle.. door in Stark' Hrnilfiird counIv "" Onartnr Quarter of Srmthwect IIII.rter oflirlim I Special Munt*.r In Chancery can* of ,I.. II "'..ty. Atmore. lalian. aClarenci :
business :Mr Miiridn.. diirimr. thn loyal hnum of nnlo on .,, East. ,11. S. ritKWH.Sollritor !' V lIurr.. .'. No S il) O.niricaantrtit .I
trip to Jacksonville TuosMessrs and Mrs. JV.. Lewis and! family SI r< 'n hp, 7 I'Int.'h.' Flnnui 21 Itimton
MaMnncliunett. and Clif-
\1"o.ln" 'Ihr 1 101 ilnv >>f Tlicimhir A. l>. ll'l'lt'i thrQmdhwwl for tomplalnant I0.3l.6t.NOTICE .
'. vi-ited in rnntnlninu, Inn arrnn man or l lot. Aloo ton I I.. II" No. 110 State Itreer. Bo.
.1) \\aldo Friday the lilRliot and brat biililer for rah In < anilIrinl I m..r. -
of ?iiith
Ouarlir <'a t Quarter Ion. Miutitaelitini, .
F. I n. and Richard Lane aiivcii '- Messrs Hand Ciews. J. S. I'orsthniiil hand. I hi. follow. II'ir timer,. bid nil efttatc. .It. Hilf of !I"'h".1 f iinnr r of R' ..rllnn "ITnwnwhln I 1 I : OK APPI ICATIOS FOR TAX IIF.KO j 'It IM In ri'hy "rdi' 'rid t lit 11,en of )"j .t.pi .rI
r l from Kmt""I lanil t Ga.! Saturday l K.: .1. Cunningham passed. through lit! .'. Ivinir nnd hiinK In Itrtitlfiiril l County 7 Srmtli flnn" :1: Flint. contn'nlntf UNIIHt: KKTIDN: I7H OK TUB: I I to the Hill t.f( '.linnt. ''II,.d herein ..amnt.
I f'1..Iln. to-wlt: 1 I"D aricM. mnrp or list ,.Mno thi nnlhoantO.i.i | .rNfllAL: : STATUTES I \ ."i 'n tli' u'' in' II... .
i taune tnit Ant
f vi fling/: to spend a few days with oui burg Friday enroute to StaikeHev S..rth'a.1 Quart r of the Sniithinitt' Qunr. . .. r of South. .t Qiitittir. and Wint Half Nfitlce in. hereof iclven that .lam,.. Mefimhlftn driv' of .Ilirrn '' ml'19. aid "ale un I emu the
mmefalk- J. II. Kelley and I I1..1: Cunningham It"r "f Sicttnn' ; II. TnwnRhlp 7 Snuth' Range .f <*. ithiuut 0',mrti.innil Nor),,Iii art IJuarii.r of I' and lornee' MrfaHhlon, urchanera Kulu Hay In mil month D."t I 'I'h I llrtilfiirl.
!p. I I.: '-I. ntaituiiK 40 ......... more. or ,lent. S"iitlu, 'ail Oiiarter nf S.' .rtion. 22. TOWIIH*,h> 7 ,, if tax errtillrato No 1 1&4. dated.. t thn nth day nfI t ounty 'liliwraih in hi.rt.I hy ii.. iit-tiuiut.., the 1
mit
.....irC" B.. }H I h. and! i H. S. Staring preached at the home of w. T. WPPKSli . *" ith. R ini/i. 21 rant: rnnljilnlnir, 'Ifln nrr..nn I II. I I 1.10" ". A. P IUU) has niiil nnlil nrtlllratit In ni wii.' ,..'r In w' 'ch thin .n'.I..r ihall .he P.I>. t
Miles. Kelly Saturday, night a large <1\,1. CitmmianionaeCIMMISSIOERS' ."n. "i. Inn ,\lnii I tht. flint: tlirt...-.|."".<.rI nty offirp anti baa made appliention fur tea lirlnd I once. .u work fur r.. ir" i.un..niiflv. i. ...ika
w"r.' transacting" business, ill fii-l llnlf "f SoiiHjm.t guiirlir if 5rrtlnn ill..<.d to Lour in accorilanii with law !Maul Wltnina
crowd - -- -- -- rag hand an. Clerk; and the /Seal nf.aid
ill.thlnn'l' Saturday afternoon, was present.. ." : : K.t T.E: :i 'I'min-Ida I 7 oiitfi:: Rang 21. Tatt: rr:n. 'I rtlnrnte, emhrai 'b.. fotlowinif, rI..e'lh..rI. (ourl. IliU' IHlh tiny of Oct.,.ber, I loin

Messrs. E; II. and W. II W. ('..trI HIV Woods. of Starke, filled his II..n by notice IM jrlven that undt and by fiiinlntr"; nrr.t mon IIP him III... the,. iropnrtv altiiat*.*! In llrnlfird county. Horlila. W. T WEEKS
,Nirlhwi Onnrlir. if Siullna't; . ((..",I..r tVttll lo-wlt' : t I.k of the I'i ircti. t Court in and. for 'Itraafurd ,
,
'" i motored over tn I.avtey Saturday! regular/: appointment at elision Saturday "virtue' in of the that(Ircilit.ci rlnin. Court deem for, of llrnitfnrd partition County tnli.nil 0 ,... ''.. rounnhli. Mull Kimin, 'I, Fattinlnininir Iota K and R of Illk 14 In Lincoln C,ty. ('t.unty. I-'liirldaISr I'
. businessMi . and Sunday _' $t'l nerve mire fr lion. Alt thiV The taut land luring .HMe* 'I at the date of ' :Al.iMIMtlr.S
Florida In of
Chancery the 7th day
on the iHnunnec of ...,b rerttit.wr In the of
"rllivmt Quiirti nf Hurt ant I "o''r anti, name :! itlUK' IIOWKLr.
: Goethe. of :Mississippi attorney -_.. -. -. - ()ctitrr. lullS! in an action for partiton. them.In N;"rlK, lime, <.f Northuwt. DiiJirti. if H.dlon", \arrlek "'...0... ifni..... Haul.. cirtifliate hall lacliHonvlll.' MurldaSolicitor . ,
for Lumber Co. EI.\lWEf r'nlin. when. S. Stirlinic' Prier. Minnie M n.w n.hii. Snot! ) hanirp 21 Flint. eon hi rnliemiil according ti> law, law fli...i] will fur .lnl.lal"no' . I.
| iowling-Shand4 : | 10- 4 6tNOTIC
I rice. t lem I'rlce Htlllnir. I.una Price McI luau .. then... Oth .
tain'nv lea tens. mon or I IIIKI Alt.. in on the day of November .
was in Clay Hill Friday on business .iicnit and] her huplan.l R. A. Mel.uran, Mn- South! llnlf .,r Northwi t O-iartrr and. A. n. I 1019Witneiin -- ''- ---- -- -
Klaibie); into Price Hnrtnn and. hi.r himhanil T, .IIlorton .. .b.// official alK'anlure trill hip K: TO nuirom AND CREDITORS: j'
Nov. .
:Mrs, i E.; H. Cartel and little :son -Lmsey Futih and l fall f Northtvmt Qnartrr of Soul my and
Arple Price Varner and hunhanil' J. 'In the I'.on.p Judtfi,
: (in' rr if Station J7. Townnhlp 7 .... thi 3r.l day of 0......... A. D. 1919. Court of Hra>ifonl.
Clifton, were. fucnts: of her parents, Mrs. Marion Green were visitors to K. Varner. t.ena I rice Hrantley and J. pIliitiree founty Florida .In I'h"t.I
Hntii'i !I 1'.1.! containing' inn Hcrm. morn nr W. T. WF.F.K'I.!'
I Haifor.1.lnps.III I are complainant. and W,II Prier and In Ke : Knlatv: of Chmrlic.. I>. d.
:.1inn I :.Icua S. '. I Ire. Canon
( J. Starling, Thursdiy.I. ) h"If., ... Marl price FIt Price. Inn Price. sh i 1.1 ( '''rk rl..t Court crawl 1
.. M. Carter was a hu"ine"li"itor n. W. Rosier had business in F"t...I Price. l-enrl I.rice. Cram I. WtlllamnInvltlle \ l.,. tht. following ilf-nrriln' | iirwin'rtv loin | By HA. WEEKS!' Nolle. \
Starke Starke Wednesday Willinmit, 'Mari' n......... Carrie Dupn 2nd"I 1 I'int* In it,.. Tnuntv. of Atnrhun. anti l Stpb' I 10.10.61- Deputy Clerk To all rrediloni. :
Saturday. r. Clementine ""I"''* and Ida Itelle I DtiI ..f T+!"riiln. tn wit The Smith' .ut Onnrt.-r| - all hnvmR votes. d/atelnu./ .,
\v. A. Starling was visiting hm un I.msey, Tutch and! Miss. :Maude .,. i fire ilefemlantH, find by v''rtilt' of the ordir ..f "Ji..'hratl Quart i r nf S,.rtliin .IJ. Town.hlp NOTIf<: DP APPI.ICATIOM rK) TAE DFFHI'MirM : null i'en entaleYou imp: claima, or ""m."".. against .
Patch were visitors. ..f the ital'l mart thi..renfter mate. the <4ttib'! lung* 21 Fat. rnfnninir) 40 urn lon Im. | qt,
dt'8. Messrs. A. B. I. N. to Kaiford l Satur- SECTION: 615 OF TUB mid each of
and Starling, and. n-irnid an Com'vilHHioner wilt offer for or I. .. A'Inn the Went lime, "t Punt I you are b..hp not fi.W

"..I'I Manning Friday afternoon dav.' :nli. and! aril to the hlvhent_ bidder" for etch In !Iletand'. Frnrt onat _purl *.t Wott Hiiir, nfM I .. f::N.I.: : STATUTES: . and mends" nuulrid which you to ,prnenl o...rih.r any of claim, and _de-_ i ifvainnt '
...

Messrs S and II. O"ite a number of our folks wentto frt nf the .otith dour, or the courthoute. In ''rtt< n if. inwnnntp / "'art n. itnni/p 21 rat. M* reny nature .la vi\in inac T .1.. Alilermanimrchaier the r tu inn h
.1. S. mule of Charlea
Starling I' .
/: enntnlninv10ft mfr.m more Inc of pair rtlneaten < Canon. deitnn.d -
Sturhe. rlorltla. durlnir the lijral houm of Halt or I tat numlHnfnupiclivvly f ,. Inn
and :Mrs :Nancy; Perry were attendingto the! State Farm Saturday night. Ion Mondnv the Tut Inv of rieci.mlw.r. I Illw.thrge ) .1 I M MvHr*>x. .FV And|,**.... Jr. and l n. 2. 12 "I 'Mi' 'II!' 111. ">8. I It1 t lhi. undi. ralunid of llrailford' County. Florida. te ,
business. in Lawtcy Friday afternoon !Messrs Oliver and l Malcolm! Rosier ei..rtain land In Mrailford County W.h, r'nirtmUnlnn I 111. 1 102 171. 211 and) Jir innui l by the tar vit h In two non trim adrnlnlntralU the title' of paid l l eatau
. \ v f ovn cuurtnr nf Itradford. rloriila, SadeirtiflcaliM i hereof J
have Fin''''la .II : county noted l
returned home after Srptnmltrr, 20. A. I>.
spending Iol Three 'ill of S.rtlon Three fll ; Nnrth. mntiiinantn" Sotirtt! i 1 l9..I<') '1.6tMSSTER'M limit; dated the 2nd day of July |IIn.
two weeks Jacksonville I : : :: ,\ II and na'n died ( Oft \ I.. CVSOV.
in with w nt Otmrti. nf the Vnrthiant Qu arl.r Nnrthn.t I IIH7 nail eirtinentea In 31. "t. A
The rains much AdmlnMratix,
Sunday wire very frirnds fiarter. of Nnrthweitt ejiartir. North my office, and han made application for tai of mii",| rotate;
needed by the farmers planting Ntlf of Si.uthinitt I'larier' of NnrthweittOtinrtcr I : SAI If. fl,. id to IKMUI. In anenrdnnei. with ....... Tht ---
n.V.! IIn'.1.! : C \Rosier Vm, .. )N h.rthy hut ,lf and "v l
strawberries were visitors I' Vlent Half nf Nnrthwent Quarter.W tie "' 'n uo r nail Ten In.nt.a n..inietK Iy imttriirru *in f?' N fI'r" K rlf' rIVAI. l It.tlAIIre|!
to Raiford .5 llnlf nf Mnuthwti-t Quarter !o\<, 'h'a.t ''tirtin. f n Final rfcr Saturday I| : . : : : Itralforil cnunty. Florida a.NenNed mtinthn pfl.r'In, ,. h. ret.f
:Messrs II. S. Starling and I.. S. Q'arter, of Siiuthwi Quarter or Section. Ten '.I r, r.l., r. ,l (Irlnhr, 21. }191>}< hv ffnnnrnMfn al the dnte nf the ....ao..r nuch certiflrateti 'rut tnv i..iii.h. and, I will' pro-
VV M. anal
Parrish attended church at I (lot, Vnrth Half. Rniiftiwevt FantHnlf : T WIIU' lu.V. of thifh .i."|irUI afcounl tn the
Carter Quarter In the rtlvi rl'.n 'in: .
were transacting. business. in I nfmen n ntw 'ly herelnnfti' rparticularly A fiHrdlnrr; .
"I'-j
County liiiMridfonl ,
.
tit nf Plf In ofy
rftlit Ifrrl In
New River Sunday of !Sniithin't'! Qnartir of R..on Flft.cn'Hi r nrH County net forth tnwitfcrtlflrat : .,,,niy'
I.awtey Thursday. afternoon. new .it'nv' in favor nf han f ,i'**h and nrida and auk Our i I.. nnla I
:Miss 1 i EInoin Rosier I Lora Parrish Nirtheant Quart r North Half of Nu t I emhrocn SF of nl' ilinilarre. p, adm nialrRtor. of tie, .
Messrs N'lthw.! Muniler. of Sictlnn n 'n Purl l J'I"> nrr Fittfh. n wi",ln<. .f F r-iirh niartir f t .
Tw."lp..v..n
!. II. n. Hudson. and II. S. 1fI.al.. dreeannd.
Sf: quarter !S.M'B: Tl> t S K 22 F. I"aerin
Theodore. POSIT and, !Steve Parrish < . and' 'I r f-itteh. th. .umlrmlvrnd will off r i
2"i .1In\ Tnwn hip I..v..n (7t I South. Thin. ,
Starling mad,? a business. ; trip to Jo 'k. ... I Twintvone. 21'' Rent. containing) In the fnnw.1. I '... '..Ir In. .fon.h, conrthigsr. .|*Mr nt <*tmrVtFo' .. annivneil Nt ro 'ICitwIar. iBIl day ,,f .fI..pt mh..r. I'MH
r nt the tate! farm !Saturday'right. airr ? (.'fit. t. l ..111"... No 12 emhraciii NP quarlf. nSW ,' .. TOM flY \ r..
-onville :Mi nday, .' i'.'" 11 1 ] :i;o, .." .. more or lean **lw fn thf legal bourn of .1.? nnMnmlnv I Sic : ( '. n."mih.,,
fn*r.mb.r. 1st 19111.! t/> the hi/hw.t( ,, "" "'r. 1(1 To H S It II p. t' "r..jnl.I'a
Mrs Stella Harris and brother KnMsell :M W. Forthsidi-, W F r> W! .
now flagging r F. \ HV
/ on AHF f,'t.1 t Innil. .lIu".1 In Hrn Hornsby of Starke arrived Sat. the work train of the A. C f,. .1 M. AI.VRF7A I I.I .'U. .0..lt.. NF urday few days with their ___. _. ___ CommlttMlnnernf ibnenned ITnknnwnCrrtlncatu I 'yal'. ale ealate
to I"'nd a mi M .I f F FI'TCHSolicitor : 11.. Nnplhwwtt Quarter r>f tti. NorthfAMt j of. Krulfnrd. county. Florida' .,..
unrle :p -d I int. :M and Mrs I .1. 1.. MILLER for ('..m..I..n.. ... 11)41.SI.' n,n'r' and t th.* Kot,thiwf Qppru'r of thi. No 00 rmhrnrm lot I fllk I" r'ptnd. .'* ...""" .> lo Pay th..Ir taut debu
Vnhaxt' Qimrtf-r. rf S-ti.n Thirty.". In in. Wnrlhlnirtf. nneiineil IfnVnnwnrrrilflcat brlhwah. nod all pemona having eMma
Strict- Inm! Tnwfi-ihln Your South. nr Itnnirp 'r.. -nl".n.. !No 92 mh., ... loin 7 and ivalnnt aid, rotate .hall flit the. name. duly
Tan .. t t..:I-t Hrd l was vsitnr; to !first Orado- Robert CJvatt, Bay 811 r:RIFF'S' stf.E ---I Fat= enntalnmg Eighty, Arrca more or I*..*. ,' Ilk 25% in Wnrthlnvlnn. ......Ar.l VrK. M 'h'nrl'a..I.' with ihu underlined. I ..Imln.-
:: ?. .. Petty raior within. .ni trim ,
+ n frln El lf f rt w''' aroma th East: Spar date hereof. or
Highl: I Si t.' rdajIw meld, I f'lvl1tt. T. II Waters. !I IS Kereby notice In irlv.n that I. W .,10. of th> q.b..Mt Qtinrtrr, CrrtiRcnte, No Itt err,*..nc, I.ot'i. and. I Ir.f "," y will be forever barr tl.1.I '

,i.:?tior; and son, Don and two !' .. '"nd Grade. -Ra} :MtNeal. Chester pentotl SherllT of Bradford Counly Slate of, ii 14 CREWS. III'' I- ,'n. UiirtMn" ..t, n n....... d Mr. F I n-B :nth'bv' ,f Sept ,r. I' :It 1'1
Florida under and by virtue of that rerta : I'Ip' **..inl Majt*.P In Chantr M. Petty , ''II'' ftY'L.
daulI'ht..r..Ir.. : ... W. B. of npn n I!",,!. banal of and under the ,-2'.lIt.!
Beckham writ of execution i out I t. 7 APEIMS, I Certificate Nn 'Iff ."'h...... I I. I 4 nf It'' \dmlnntrator.
Maxvilli: { ird :MrMaggie: Renter ff Third Grac'e Virginia Miller Car. enl of the Circuit Court. of Bradford CountyHiate ..I lift tor fnr rnmplnlnnnt 101-ftt "'11 In Worthlni/ton a........I Mm K: V -- _
nf Florida. and afam.t C. O I II..n.od. _. __ .. Petty.
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Akron. OH-o. l snent Sundav at th"> ,ri' Conner Leon Crawford, and In favor of U. C. Taylor. dated the lit" -- "wrtllf K
: toil! will offer, for late I MAflTFR'fl MALE I IN fertiflrate Vn 112 embra"n f-oln 4. e. vI Sit mnntha after dale hereof I will.
home of Mr. and :Mrs. W :M.\ Starling. Fourth Grade-Rettie Dicks Cecil : day of November. .. pmeatmy ;I
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to Mlnrk votichi
and "ill tn the hlifhwt and beat biddnr l forcnth tte. IK hereby lvn that tmrfrr and by n f final account to lh. Han
I.ittlille, : Padgett it on the silk D" "Ia..... | th* *i for. at the onurthoiiNe door In the I virtue> of that rrrt. .,m. And t WrM nf forfr ienn..t| M..... Trrenna I..vltonCertinrale .-n A '.....! tiny. County Judge of Hradfue4 i

list. at Iii :s writing. Klfhth ftrade-Anna Belle F'eeples! Town of Starke. llradford County Hurl'U.' .1!,..?.*. ma'I unit ....,|.r >d Auiraiit I2.h 1 1'11'1. No I IK .00' rae. I lot of 'land ''.",n'". Florida soil ant for my final of I'j on Monday, llecemher" Itl 1919! the name ba.I I hy nomhlo. J T Will.. J"ulirc nf th. FlvhrhTurtle 210 ,.."I. N and !S by I": yard F: an.I WIn h.... .. almmlmrator of the ..t.'. of J ; l
Card Thanks Carrie Bell Brown. i I Inv a leiral wlea day of tad> court during .he''' ,ml C rruit far Bra IrVtprl, ('".."ty. FT"r. SF: Coy nf SK quarter. of !SR iiartcr Seo2I n. I Paula. It. .1.......... T p
I take this opportunity to thank the James T. Barnes pranclnal.llsses; :. lord "hour of ..,., the follnwinic. dettcrlbeil i.'a.l in rhanerry In fanny of the Tftftonan Tp n. M R 22 K: H .... a >..'....1 'Vr ri.. truth day of 'May >A n I"I.II l
.real dilate .Itu...... in Brailford County Florida ak of R..ifoM. a eorpArati. eimnlatnantanil \ F Driag.m.C.rtmr.la' !>SPY D + 1
many friends, who assisted! me in tho T ottie Stoi.es: and Virgie Thomas assistants. HArx.RTT.Iminintraio .
iiraln G C Sinn and _.;. t.w.t i \ |I. SW , f:tate of J. D. PadHelt, 4e-
death of my loving husband :Mr H ant Half .f *.uth....t Quarter of !North ftnflnnU. th*> unilfmlifn Sp*.,l.l Mater. will for nf NW quarter of SVV iar>, r P1 of H c w.- 5.... _

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ;, UI\\

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- -I :- Prof. J. T. Barnes, of Miller was I Jeff GrimM and Misses. Maude :Mc- :Mrs. Allie Johns has returned from per pound in the seed and .,w ql4
.. : at 20 to 23 cents Som., .
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BROOK EKft \wn\---------I i in town Saturday. Ewen and Fannie GrifTis attended ser her visit in Starke. p ,a aare
high
vices Manning: Sunday. I'arlter of Lake Butler, spenta selling as as i\ ,4
Moore left Friday after Mrs : ,
Shepard peed being high . .
ton very u\\!
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Mi : I :Messrs. Brittain and Horace Rosier with relatives last: fl'
rook or, Nov 7.- U visitor to Lawtey noon for Tampa to attend school. few days visiting to the value of seed cottoi., .,,,
,mended the show at the State Farm ?:
und
Dave Jlukes of Lake Butler week
:Miss Rafe Johns ners,
and Stephen, of Alachuu Godwin and daughter, was the guest of Prof. K. A. GreenPfednesduy. Saturday night. W. M. !Hodges made a business tripto *
at the home of Mr. I :Messrs. Sapp, J. E. and J. S. liosivr -
day : : iLe. wneisitor. to Lake Butler Saturday. J.'KSONVILU1.1'0: RI! : I u I It, vSTARKE
Wecllle business visitors to RaifordSaturday.
I W. Pinltolster, Ji., : were
here they attended the Wilma Andrews spent the week-end I W. M. Talker, Mrs. George Shepardand TO E.VFEK III IH|: :>

nH..tillh.Id by Mrs Scott, : James doodfellow; and with relatives In Lake Butler :Messrs J. S. UrilTm, Duwsun Grif- W. :M. Hodges attended court at
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t ty agent.\. to their home here :Miss Ruby Crawford of Jacksonville tiM, J. M. Rosier, J. W. Grim and Jeff Starke Monday. (F. A. Scott, who has b. .-, ,"p., ,,

h'lr"1.: and Ii.i several months in .the ill visiting: i"" Marvin Hitch JrilTls were business visitors to Law- ('urti"It'lvin: waat New River as assistant chemist in th -1 ,,
busines* I here this week Saturday.W. Mo: ,' lIay. of Groyover-Stewait Druwuser /
I
villa were FridayMrs.transacting. I! Powell returned to his A. I n. Andrews and A. T. :Mi/.ell I jtoy J. Stalling and daughter, Miss :Mr. toil :Mrs.. E. I.. Crosby, of a year, has decided t.. ,r m

K.: J. Wan! spent .1 .., ia.(; Sunday after made a business trip over to Starke :, Gladys, spent Friday in Starke. Sampson were visiting :Mrs. CI'ollby'splll'l'nts retail drug business here.1,
end in Gainesville will ('.. in Lawtey.: Rev Tuesday :Mr. and :Mrs John Kelly. spent fifteen years in the i.n ,
to assist in C. Johns, of Staike visited! his sister ness! here and is known 183
Grady Kelly of Lawtey Lacy (+ison, !Nelvey; Johns, Vasco i, THE REASON WII\ a
Sunday here with friends 'rvit..." at the Baptist Andreu and Sht'pardIuoru: were visitors -I ___ I II :Mrs. ]Hodges Saturday. county as a straightforward 'I.i* .j
taken ill while. preach 1 Misses Ozone and Odessa :Melvin tious business man.
r A. A. Haxen was a to Starke Friday. Explanation;; Given; Which Explain
to Starke Saturday. and was taken to ;Mrs. W. W. Rice has moved into the j Efficacy: of 101 TonicThere i!, were visiting in New River Monday He has always been d"Ii'IIIl\! wall

:Mrs.. .. T. C. Hazen was Rev. W. L. Overstreet. old hotel. Alfred :McKinney, of Gainesville, movements for the best .'norew

14 list part of last week. | called. He was con Rev. Summers, Macclenny: filled j are three important ingre I was! visiting his .son Roy :McKinney, of the town and county. Mi. pan!
i until Saturday. his. regular here at the dients Saturday. has secured the. store builds ler.door ,
II'II.lic... Oliver, of l appointment in Dr. Williams 101 Tonic, each |
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tended the demonstration : : Sapp of Jacksonville, :Methodist church Sunday. | one of which has an important duty Ii i ii George/ :Shepard;; was r. visitor! here to C. A. :Mixon's lito,'. I wt. ,

.mite.I meats Wednesday" .. .., Mr.: and Mrs. L. Prof. R. A. Green made a business' i i They are Quinine, Iron and Magnesia.I II Saturday.The nut street near the depot and vii ,

1 i :Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. !part of the week. trip over to Starke Monday. I I The quinine in the tonic clears the' farmers are busy making their 'predate the patronage of oath iig I.i

/ visitors hero 1 of. Alexandria, Va., !Miss Thelma Schell of Lake Butler I blood of all influenza malaria or other preparations for grinding cane i and new customers. We pruihc fa
pleasant the home of Mrs. Wy- m /Je a business trip over here Friday I' harmful germs. The iron builds up Wiley Kelly has cut some of his him his share of tie patronage:
i Mr IIn.1h'M.: T J. Ter fine timber and had it sawed I
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noon.Mrs.: O H. Basin spent 'I the rich, healthy, strengthening blood cypress ,
a end here with relatives. Proto R. A. GI'.enfiM: :< Stroupe which puts stamina into the weakened at the Swearingen & Cason mill. He
" I I Bennett of Jacksonville und Vasco! Andreu spent the weekendin I body, and the magnesia acts gentlyon will erect a nice new dwelling on his (, Unhappy In Friendship.
Hnl G. II. the latter part of Starkc. I I the liver and bowels farm. Many people. expect too n h from, I II

;. Bessie: and Rand Crews I with relatives und The Lake Butler boys basket ball the cleaning away -----.- I their friends. They may t Hi, IHWIVMJ,
..... ____ _. : i]I : accumulated poisons. ,.. ..__
t for Rockv Creole where I near Lawte team came over rrinay afternoon and i :This combination is of known S.L"...1 I CI..1 111 ('tTTIY( y.It....F IV hi H-* .mft? thnruughiy *ifHtillll.- :; oral: .0.(lllcn |

s|,<'ndthw"l'k fishing | was a visitor to the played here. The score stood four to | worth for the treatment of Colds, I WELLBORN: I that they expect nil their frle-nN' m' Is
1. A. Ha/.cn I made a nnd' when' iliscuvetllittle
linn
the
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i i : three in favor of Lake Butler.W. LaGrippe Fever Chills, Influenza same !
Worthington) Sunday I : Hess came over from H. Dowling, of Lake Butler, wa:a I! and Malaria 'I 1'\\ o Hundred and Forty Bales Bring/ faults In ilieir Idols. they reel thi I Idisappointnient
1. C. Cone and W. H. \ week and spent, a relatives friends I I Sixty-six Thousand Dollar I must acutely. lono'' |
f over here visiting and During last year's! Influenza epiJ J!
!Sunday; for the const on a friends. I pitch jour standard too high tliuiyool
afternoon.Mrs. I
Saturday I demic the sales of 101 Tonic increasI -
Several; i>t our citizens I ' uf Jacksonville. .spent, : Charlie Douglass and children i I over COO per cent. This is proof Ii | Wellborn Nov 4.-A large sale of are less likely to have your l
ne-s visitor to the county : I \..... west. of Law of Hague! were visiting! relatives here aplenty: of the value of this remedyfor Sea Island lint cotton was made herea Try to remember that trlendil
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davF, i Saturday afternoon the treatment of "Flu." At the few days ago when Cabel) & Peek will never disup. |>olnt us If we ohm''",

j H And i'on and E. I.. I I ; was transacting busi. ...,,_-- i __ ___ ', fiat sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. i ii of Savannah, Ga., purchased about I two 8lmi>le rules! : ((1)) to had OQI

attending court in Starke ;: / ,\' ,' the first part of EVERGREEN i i Williams 101 Tonic. A 25 and 501,, two hundred and forty bales. The what they are ; (2): ) to eipo them s|

n. A. Amlieu. Prof .. cent bottle may be procured at your prices paid were f 7 l-2e to 70c per be just that .
Hftyen. Incv \"l'rnathv-an.1\: : ' number of Lawtey Evergreen Nov. 7.-1\I"'I'i'lI'M.' J. S. I drugstore.; I pound, the total value being about I "- -

I*. Hnxen spent Sunday I the revival services. and J. M. Rosier were business visitors ,I Accept no substitutes.-Adv.-l. sixty-six thousand dollars. The sellers ONLY .\ COLD
the home of W. II. Andreu. : Methodist church last to Starke Monday. I were represented by Dr. G. B.

River. '. Miss Flossye Reynolds! accompanied NEW RIVER I Smithson, who also owned a part of I Are you ill ? is often answered-1

ri :Mrs J. K: Clemons was : ,. was a visitor to by Schellie Rosier, spent Sunday I II the lot. This cotton was held over "Oh! it's only a cold," as if a cold wail

in Alnl'huRfondav.! first part of the week. with her sister, Aileen Reynolds. I t New River, Nov. 7.-New River enjoyed from the crops of 1917 and 1918, the a matter of little consequence, bit '

Mr. and :Mrs. I,: A. Brown of Jacksonville, Delbert Sapp of Elarbee, spent I I a much needed rain Sunday and owners not being disposed to sell ear- people are beginning to l Iparn that i I
Starke :Monday. of the Jacksonville Sunday at the f home of J. M. Rosier. ,, :Monday lier. This represents all the Sea Island common cold is a matter not tt> tx I

Friends an.) relatives of :\ :Methodist church de I Bri! ttain Rosier, who is: attending I I II Charley Nelson, of Bakers Mill, was cotton in this section of the country trifled with, that some of the moil

S t O.feep, who underwent an ( sermons in Lawtey I school at Heilbronn spent the weekend j in New River Friday and has accepteda The crop for this year is very serious diseases start with a cold.! Ai

\ in Plant City Sunday, are I with relatives position -\5 's"w ? er for tjie Swear- !small being in about 65 to 75 percent soon as the first indication of a cold
'h know she is getting: on '.. I was transacting Horace Rosier was visiting in the !, ingen & Cason saw mill. of normal. This crop has been appears take Chamberlain's Cough

reports .. Monday Woodlawn section Sunday evening : :Mr. Lewis, the "hickory and white gathered! and over ninety per cent has! remedy Remember that the sooner |

, II C. Sunency' 11'111fr"; i wife of :Maxvillo, J. W. Griffls spent Sunday in Elar- oak man," spent Sunday in Jackson- been sold to the larger ginneries in you get rid of your cold the less the

teen Il'ftlonIIR30': for Plant in I.awtey Sunday. bee visiting! at the home of W. W.I ville with his family returning Mon the seed. I danger, and this remedy will help you
visit relatives. I of Jacksonville, vis Forsyth. day. The market opened here at 15 cents \ to throw it off.-Adv.x .

I. air. nod U ro. .., ; .r.jiwtpv_.. .. .. !.Sjitnntnv;;..._. ..... amt
I't .Mrs. i" n '' .
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I Jacksonville spent the Ii =,
week here with relatives. was u visitor. to Jack. h

Ellis demons! of .
: Byrd, visitor to I r'i '7v. i.
was
here on a few days' visit last! a ; 1
S. V. Andreu and .1 E. .
.
; ,' visited relatives rC"v; V Mw
were visitors at Alnchua + + b t l i t F 1

S :Mrs W. S Nabh and last week. * ..
daughter. Mildred: :Morgan. up from :Melrose! -J.SV\' r VvX" '
4J. i if?*'? *" /T? wi //
earnings last week x-
home Monday after n weeks fjs.'XCvnT' 'W_
Dunnellon.Mr \'ul ",services at the r !

and :MlI I I.. Sowel! .4X2 \\ei
:Starke; !Monday of Jacksonville ?

:Mr. and ::1ft.,.. William / s in Lawtey this week 242ekfr; : ; ., vV

t !'takes spent last week-end, I of Gainesville was a yr ...
their lIi..t'r.lrM.: B. Shaw. I II of Mr and Mrs iI

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II.'. Tribldf, of LaCrosse,

' pl'of"MMional'i..it here last I "" filled J. J.his Trend ap
The Sunday School hour

art changed to :t1:1)! ::!() at the ,' ,' j'I: morning: at Grace I'

tist church Everybody
1 tend next Sunday afternoon. : : Guy Wilkerson were *
Saturday.
:Mrs. Scott, :Mrs A. E. Stf
: J. P. Wyrick and lit
Kev. Itlanchard Law of t
: left Sunday after-
out :Saturday; afternoon and % '
home in Alexandria
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the club girls with the songs
'' the Fair t'k has been spending >. J?
test day at at *fcr.M K
at the home of her
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Both Brooker and Pine Hill
;Mrs. T.
: J. Terry
raj well represented and I
: Jacksonville, was a
selves as being greatly I
4 Sunday. /V
y the services of Mrs.! Wall ; I
Law. came over from
Sunday with I /
a Severn; of the young folks spent -
)
ed church at )Ped.tn Sunday I
I :" and wife, of a
Uncle Jack Sowell is very ,
I 1 I : L 't I. st k
. .n nw ey 'ra we e
t
this writing.
goo.U. for I '
:Miss i Edna: Hatter spent home. Their Help Protect Them
new
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end at home with her "parents.Miss wish them
Lawtey
; Amanda Fowler has (
their. work in their i
returned from an extended vi

relatives at Plant City and OMEDAY if live
.1 i Station I of :Melrot! win Q they they'll be grown-ups, with t'a toys
of the week.
f There will be services at part *
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ventist thunh Saturday' \' .. up from Inver- I and baby: things only a memory. .
Sunday. at his home .
Sunday by Revs. PuiiKhtery/
I I II II.
liams, of the Christian ,'
Ever: )'body invited. a business week.. visitor to They're' your kiddies Their future as citizens is YOUR responsibility -
of the
Chester. .,n.h'. ,,". of :New' I

night.tended ,1'inyer meeting here : )' .at up his from hOllt.111'llupont" I II / now. There are _millions of them in America.


Mrs. Alice Shirley was a I I I

visitor to !Htarke, Tuesday. I number from Lawtey Three hundred thousand babies die
I lewis Shmer spent Starke..-,' at the circuit I every year before they are I

:. Monday; here with his parents at i ;
of Jacksonville, I twelve months old.
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I I. Yo Pmholster was : his home here. ". i's1.Vft. \\v :
I business in Starke Saturday.The .
of this week have

meeting:Masons here Saturday held their and appreciated,' and the by plants our Four hundred and fifty thousand children died in 1918 between .

number of the members were

j Several anticipate .. ; week that the new I the ages of one and a half and five years. \
community fair to be held In
church would .
:M. E.:
4 Ii Thursday and Friday. w

r i r ness. I". in A.Starke Crosby;Monday.was .. ,. : Sunday's.! since services that it, The saving of Babyhood is ONLY ONE of the

for him to get
Guy Pinholster. made a from next' Sunday. great peace-time duties of the
to. \\'nrlhi.\tu"" ,Snturdny ..--- many AmericanRed
It S \'. .\'hi.' Cll'' ..i.-iile .1 tu', i.i :: > '
Tuesday ti> Cross which asks YOU as an American "

.1. J. Morgan W. S. Xabb
,\. Andrews, A.
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. Thursday:\f. tgan/ weir in Starke.Lester business-. vi I :" ,.. .. were visitors citizen to help by enlisting your Heart and your :,

: : on business.
Pinholster was a "K"nnedy' spent the Dollar. :
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visitor hero Saturday 1
l "i parent1in, Lake .
Inez Abernathy was in ,\ ,
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'l unlay. i JOIN
{ W. S. :N'dbb made a visit to I II

t in if ton Saturday afternoon.R. .

L r. uf Thi rest..n. was
town F' 'lay on liusincnTh i .

showers. which came t thi ; l OAO >tiyrrr I THIRD RED CROSS ROLL
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the week were v<'r": much ap min I CALL

a* everything: was
weather.- -._ _. .- TINS any I II NOVEMBER 2 TO ((11 1919 .

No Worms in a tlemlthy I vooa ccoccas

All children tmublnl with worms I I .
'oj healthy color, which; luilUam pnor
l turn there In more or leiwi, Munifich HOUSE This pace contributed by
GROVES TASTtLF.SS: chill IONIC: ..
"'. fur two or three weeks. will cnrkh the.
prove the U14?.iit>n. and>< i r (> ,
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