Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 21, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04734
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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DISASTROUS FIRE I IMI'OInASTI'Tnn) :; : I i. LAKE HtlTLKK n. II. S. DKFK\TS: : AI..U'lIl'I w. o. \\ :srppiic; : llli: I.MPOSSIBI.F.:; : TO \PPKN' : ,

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City Hotel on Walnut Street Burns Sheriff OffirrrN! Find Still in Harrow Lake Hutlor Nov. :21.-The :Mothers The Alachun high school basket ball : Annual Occasion. Taken. .. Very S.r- Chapter of Horrors to he Presented nt

Second Time Bay I Club met in regular session Monday team went down in defent before the iouHl_ i h)' Members i Gaiety; Theatre :. ,

I afternoon at 4 o'dock.Ir"! H. N. fast Bradford High School team Fri- I I
About 7 l'. m. Wednesday Home pistol Friday forenoon Sheriff Kpperson: Stanton presiding. Round table discussion day at Lake Butler by the largo I.'rhlny'eni November 14th, Tomorrow ( Saturday ) night is the
Phots were h'ard. then the fire bell accompanied by Deputy Haisden came was in order on subjects siore, of forty-three to ton. ',' wns t the lime for the an saul supp-r time when the chapter of horrors depicted .
then the power house whistle and Into town. A small crowd immediately "Home." "110 You Own Your Child ?" Kohl was on I the job for the H. II. :I' of the local cnmp of Wood nen i,>' t theWorld. on the large poster boards will .

looking out a bright tire was scen in gathered around their car and Readings! by Mrs.! W. K. Loadholtz. S. bi.nrh and, twenty-six points wont The following; answered, to begin" at the Gaiety. Many who have
the northern portion" of town. It was more were coming, thinking the officers and Mrs. J. K.: :Maines. A guitar solo. to his credit, Tlu team work and I the' : the roll call bu tthoy composed only looked at the posters! have gone away '
the City Hotel owned by W. N. Mur- : had brought a dead panther or "Home, Sweet Home. ," was rendered fust passing hIll the Starke boys one-half of the membership., averring that it can't be done. But j
''lauph of Fernandma and occupied bear or highwayman.: Hut the attraction by Miss Ma"I-hali Proctor. Delicious was the outstanding feature of the I A. L. Alvuriv., S. I.. Alvarez, I R. I, [the proprietors' assert! that it will all '

by Mrs. E. W. Stewart as a boarding was something entirely dif refreshments were served! and at n game. Kpperson, by getting every Burrows Poland l I'.rvnn, Chns. Cooper, ,, "come to pass ns sure as the motor of
house. The firemen as usual were I f..r'nt-it was a moonshine still of late hour the club adjourned. top) off from center made, it possiblefor 1 Broil, K.: ('hll""'. J. I F. Colh'Valt"r I their rrojingmllrhinp will work.

rjuicMy on the spot. but the fire had the most approved, type. The Lake Butler Woman's Club ask the winners to work their signalsat I C'J,>mon.. II. M I.. Dow I ng W. A. Du- ,I \'(is. the mii-i in the log jam, the
already gained such headway that it Interviewing the ollu-crs the reporter the co-operation of the people to hMpnake ) will. Knight anti, ColK-y kept 'bos", A Hit'it Dubose. R. O. I Daniel! L.R. to'' train crash'ng through the bridge; the

was impossible to save the building, obtained the following information the Alkahest.. Lyceum (course "III'hurM, goal well gunrdod,!, MS the I 1' )Hdwnrds: Brooks Deal B. L. (;1"-11, '{ living chain rescuing a maiden, the

only to keep down the flames enoughto : success by buying tickets and comingto !trt.", will! indicate, eight of the tel Melin (;,...rlt', .1. .\. I Howe Ri' 'hard I 11'n"> from the signal crossarm to an
Rave adjoining residences.Ihe I !Mr.1 Kpperson: was aware that n xtillexisted the high school building Nov. 2f*>th, points being nindo''' by free throws. :i IIm'rl"rl'h, Harris I D. F. Knight 'xrrpps train the rider, stopping a

cause of the fire and its quick I somewhere southeast' of town, at 7:10::! o'clock. A great: treat is in :Maxwell! showed. much) ability I in pliv-: i I JF.lmor I la/one. W. ;Mnr
spnudiiit I._ thought to be th.s. 'Ihoevening and I they had been scouting around store for you.Mrs. ing his position and his passes to I Moor-. Lloyd l Meor.'. B. ::11..1.'y. L. ni.-i'il: is sitting. at the brink of a

was luiu und! a big lire of I I several times }hoping to find it, but in "' .1. T. I D.ivm): anti son, Julian of 1 Kuhl WI'\. (' 'ni'ii sly poifeft. The Alahu.'i II':. Miner J. B. :Mills. ..1.'I':: !,! or. .1. [r-ro 'mice, the man being shot out ofi .
Jtgulwuuu hud !been niuuu in the lire-' !I vain. They had, I>I'ntl1111..t. I the entire Vnldosta ore visiting Mrs I n.V.. Tln- tenm nhowej, great fighting spirit I| A. :Morgan I D B Kigsbv: (' T. S'lcox' / hollow l.str (' /ililf, etc., etc.! will "I

plu .u in the puiiur. "&'at" woud was day Thursday going! around Wolf rum thi.'cl'k.. throughout! t tho fume, nit hough t they in.I 1.. SiK ox. 1. L Sil 'ox. Fi-i-d Sapp. "11 h" there. i
on >the Hour IIi iiI' tne .In'e a mo a &keroic'iiu bay and, Harrow buy, two midnble Mr I Scott und children, nf VuMosta. were, never on 1 the largo end, of the J. S i-'nrp. I R .Stnrlm:: r. I larry. Till) I lul! i t I'o'ore yon attend t I as of course '
siuve Wh"1 lor l1laLat! r. All swamps near the 'lay comitv 1111<'. .\ flat IIr!' visiting, :Mrs.! J li: I D.) llnrrell score. ,IB. T. Ti'hs.' .1/. 0 T' rner, \\'. .1. 'I'ho vou wi'l.'I eat only a I light clapper" or r,

I the unUjiuius' hn.I gone into lliu! xiiiple of years ago (thi' Kast Coast, this. week. A ,double hpiuler," will bo plavp| Sat- : Inns.V.. T. Tompk :us, R .V. \\'e-Us. 'he niuht satire will rule you with
lor inu heaL dlll'j Lumber t'o. cut ij ) tvs-es in thoseswuinpR Miss, Helen Hair, of Pnlntkn was nnlny on the Stnrko high school couit.Tho I IW. K. \VVbli, S. A. Bryan Dr.) Middle-< M.\ \iinn snnrs But if you think .you I I
ing room supper! -
the nay L'xi luu\u Lue oil ie.en.ucic 01 I anti tliere ate numerous old the guest' t of :Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle this B I II.I S s"rnl will meet the ton. 1. linnet stand the ru-ket send your
thu &ki-ioaenc stove and sputtered: tne I, trails winding among the r.."ill Ill' of week. Waldo] hvp, while the II. I II.I S first< The wind,' was cold vet the window h'I Idron< nnv way. Their hearts are
liquid uLieut, and papers cuiuu.i.- the felled timber livery: trail wns Governor Cat ts. of Tallahassee! delivered tenm" will i hu I tIe I Ihe fast toiim frnni j on the" west stilo of the hall had bonleft -,'"n.1. and if t they dream about" it, the ,
anu le.-iinous wuod ainiusi immediately I carefully (examined but no trucks l ,several interesting lectures at Hi i *. "nun's Th" linskot l ball funs I, open so t thnt the- fragrance of Mur-t i that t can happen, is to fall I out of ,

1 ignited. Litlie Louise: stetviMt wa.> were found. At last, about sundown, the fair last week. cnn see two fast ,gnmos: and nt the J fried, ojstels could lie wafted, ti the t the led., I
thu lust to discover tne lire, anUscreamed. they discovered" a new trail leadmtr, into Hilly Hobirt.s and son. Math, of Slime time. keep t the purple nnd, gold, i \\.llIwn from I the .lunnita 5( C'nfc. nnd.sliaij First show )begins at 7 o'clock.\ Admission .

". 'I h" inmates laii, toward Barrow bay. They hid their car Five Mile, were in town Fridny., colors flying. 'en their 1I1"'l'tit"t !\1 o'clock), I 15; and, 2.r cents.KAIrOlftl.
" the parlor but were met by n sheet 01 among mime tall gnllberry patchesand Math Dukes and Dowey Duke, of __ I II eveiy member begun to twitch his -----. -- -._.. -

.... lliiinu muling& tluoucn tnu h.ul. A followed the trail into the bay. Five :Mile, were in town Saturday. i I I'I'll'' Johns, left Saturday 've'1iIl' I lips in a peculiar manner IIn,1,I occasionally
. of trunks aim some clothing Alongside a little branch one of the IeG.. W. S. Ware visited friendsin for Plant City, after visit here with wipe' tl1I'milh the handkerchief .
couple &
.. wcie buved iroin tile slue roonid, anu heads of the Double) Runs they founda town last week. ', relatives.. I| Council Commander 1). K. Km ford', Nov. :21.l --Miss I IVrla Whit-
some groceries Irvin the kitchen, but barrel full of sour smish, composedof High Springs basket ball team played 'r.'s.!. limes anti family attendedthe l Knight: then culled on II. A. Wep't'l'', ten spent the week-end in Lake Hut-

that was all. Fuunturu and beading& corn meal and, shorts but they Lake Duller basket ball team last fair lust week. to explain to the new members the Icr with friends.

. clothes, books and pictures were uustrocd. could not find any still. They secreted Friday afternoon on the fair grounds Rev.: !S. S. Proctor' left Saturday ; significance, of the annual supper, Miss. Foleyn St troupe is spending; a
themselves near the barrel expecting Lake Butler winning.Mrs. I for llrnnford:" anti, other plnccs! in the ", which Mr. Weeks ,did in this! wise: I II I few days with her parents in Plant
'I'I ; that the moonshiners would l Cochran, of Gainesville attended interest if the seventy-five million "('Ond"Ia h''', 4"i'ri ng the )'t'lIr numerous (
Ihe building blood on the site of come later. hut after waiting till 10 the fair last week. Icainrnign. He will "bo away eight or I knotty sub itu.t S come up fi,>r our. 'ity.Miss: Carrie :McKay! was visiting l I I1

former building! that was burned louiyeaia o'clock and nobody appearing, they Miss Mary Bailey of Wnrthington ten (lays working for this noble calico.Id consideration. The most difficult ones relatives i in Jacksonville Sunday.Rev. ..

ago.covered 1 lie loss 01 tne building 'I decided to destroy the mash, go home spent Friday in Lake Butler. | r. Young, of Ocaln was in town I vvu save till after our nnnrnl "v"l..rIIlIlIn'r. I Dcmpney) / of Jacksonville, deIlivered ti
la partly by insurance but tuefurniture and return next day. !Monday. I The oyster (ostron, edulis, )
Jack Colson; and wife were in town I i n very interesting. ) lecture on .
is i u total and serious loa After starting their car homeward Friday. 1 M"; <.s McKonnn will )lecture" at the contains a grent .deal I of phosphorus. I the seventy-five million I campaign) at .f t
to Mis. Mewurl. Airs, btewart. and they found that two of the battery Woman's. Club at T-"Q This Hiib'-tatico \besides i,
Ancil Cone and J. W. Townsend Frilay"nin ,I Ion I being nourishing the Baptist church Sunday night. I
her Louue '
Lhiiuiun i.eKoy and touriu wires had been cut probably by the spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Nov. 21st. Everyone is cordially !'' to the brnin is luminous in I the Mrs Dora) Tyson was visiting in I
a lompoiury reiugu witn 1r. .\lrll.A men they had been looking for and .;. L. Overby and children and invited to como anti hoar this speaker |'I dark. After it has mounted, to the ksonville Sunday. i iI \ I

J.. rtuKins. 'Hie other und inmates vveieAJiaa with only two of the cylinders' working :Miss, Margaret Gary spent Tuesday from the Marcus Fngg orphans home ,,, brnin it lights, up/ every tiny; cell, and,[ I Rev.: Mull.idy, of I Hampton, conducted
KUI.O. Cupl.nger .UI.HS Lame I
they had a hard time going Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. of .J'\I'k"on v iIIe. i iI I i reveals every knot loop twist and! the funeral $
services of Mr. Clem
llon loaihci 4
>\ in me nigh Softool, .m.Cljyuuiiic through: the woods, but finally reached P. 1'. Dekle. of Five :Mile. | Jim 1 A si k ins. nnd,I charming i ilnu) hU-r! I end of our snnihd, problems nllow-! I I'Gordon, !Sunday afterhuon at the Sitppcemetery.
u.ssiiUiiit di-l'>ot agent, unuMia. the public road and arrived home :Mr. and Mrs. R-nfonl, anti! :Miss. M-rinm!; of, Now River attended. the I,, ing! t them to be easily untangled. Thu .
. to. C. :)t.uLl. county uuiiionslru- in the middle of the night. Lucy Perry of Huiford attended<1 the fair: hero last we'k.hiff mole, we eat I thob rightei,. our I h rains '
I Rev< K:. 1'v..n... innile a business'trip -
tor who was at i.rouk.v ut tile time. .
... . Next morning they returned to fair last week. :-: F.pvorson: and, family of become A ie'c ant - -- -- - ---- Saturday
.. COMING(; I Burrow Bay anti after some search Miss I'l'I'la Whittcn of Itaiford was Ptjirke, visited relatives in town list: fame had, never seen) an oyster -- !Miss Bessie,; Kennedy bpenl the ''j\:.
found a faint trail through the dense the guest: of Miss Thelma Scholl last we->k. ) At this I t time i t the iiioma of fragrant week-end, with her parents: in I Lake .'
I swamp growth, but presently emerged work.Mrs. f'p-il Ritih and<
With fall comes the circus, and the on an open and dry place-and G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington returned( to St. Petersburg Saturdayevenng hall I I and the c-ouncil\ i I commander I exclaimed A.< I II. Andrews made i luminous f'I'
a trip
first big! lent show to visit >tuike will there was the still by thcb ranch men. visited friends in Lake Butler on : after a pleasant visit with : "Neither; will you if you to Jacksonville. .
be Kovul.s llippourumu Circus tioned.! No whiskey was found. The Tuesday afternoon.Mr. relatives md friends., don't cut out t that classical stuff",;
: Thelma .
.and. Uid which liuiialo will ll.u's Wild' West still wu fer'hth Vil': out of the. and Mrs. 1'. P. )Dekle anti family 1 Mr.1 and' :Mis. Brownlco! of Sta rke, ,, The he si alt/ T'I I I his i hands together., I- m inaile_.... 11_ tkii..-.....irmuti Schell... .... inn.. .;of,. I..Lake"....... Tii,Butler _<.t..._--
.shows exhibit on Tuesday swamp with its accessories. tied to spent Fridayin Lake Butler. attended the fair hero Friday.Mrs. as he often does before II jury intiClerk
November :25th.:: It will be presented the running board of the Ford and Victor Stewart is ill at his home : F. A. Scott, of Starke, was in ..1.V.. :Morgan .seized, an axe day. '
Lacy Cnsnn und :Miss Ivocn Canon
under the personal direction of brought to Starke. this.. w'eek. town last work attcndimr the fair hnnitli anti, otruck the hollow log throe I
Rhoda Ko>al, an eiuestriun director I The still is II good one, made of :'olrs.1.: )K. Roberts! is ill at her Ihe Dixie (;irls at high !School I tim's.V.. A. Duhose doused the campfire were visitors. to Starke Tuesday afternoon. >I

known the world over and is without copper cylindrical in shape holding; home at this writing. The )Dixie; Girls will appear at the with a bucket of water from the j
doubt one of the bust tented aggregations |.1110
now traveling everything being ingThe pipe through which the King are glad: to learn that she in Nov. 2<>th, at 750:: o'clock under, trusty axe sinai in procession they nil 1
new and up-to-tne-mmute and steam passes for condensation! is rapidly improving.Mrs. th' auspices; of the Woman's Club. I I marched to the cafe. Little '
<(<::111.Rhud'n. l'
contains u great array of attractions. nearly :SO feet long of copper bent T. D. Proctor und daughter Everyone is urged, and, cordially invi'ed i This famed, eating house had been prizefur
at fair.
Among the features noticeable are to the same shape ns the movable Ruby and! Earl Markham. left Sat to attend this entertainment.This decorated' with, pine boughs palmettos -
1 A. T. Ilizell the
won prize on I
the Royal herd of performing elephants reed of a trombone It was clean and urday evening for South Florida nf- is the first! of the Lyceum/ attractions Mnrchnl Neal roses and other quilts.
Prof. White's troupe of Educated bright ter a pleasant visit with relatives and to appear here this winter there things found in the woods. After the I
Horses, !Ponies Donkeys and | The owner of the utill WAS evidently( friends. .hi-injr three other to appear Inter. The members anti F.ngineer': (5.; I L. Uarnurd ;l.
Dogs funny clowns dozens of no tyro in the business.. lie penter visited at Hampton not a great H
twenty had decided Henry Varnes spent Friday in Lake tickets'nre on sale and a canvass is and, the Telegraph reporter, who while
real circus.. performers a )Flea Circus to "fill a long felt want" und< the ludy that tiuveled uUOO) miles on "come to stay." Hut for the officers' :Mrs. C. L. Varnes and children of none to "ho left out so be !sure anti secure seated every seat wns occupied.; Only An regret to hear of his death.

a camel :Madame Le Blanch; the persistence he would not have been ,Johnstown spent Friday in Lake But n ticket for yourself and friend. t throe courses' were served'-oysters the arithmetic party was given at
home Vevening.
Wrongest woman in the world two found as his hiding place was perfect. ler. TirVcta may be secured from :Mrs. fresh fried. anti stewed, anti roff'..... of H. Wiggins) Saturday "
bands who will discourse plenty of Our mental picture of him is an elderly .f No Dock ) '
Hubert Edwards loft Tuosdnv for M. Mann. Mrs A. C. Strickland, cine found any fault 'XI"'pt Rev.
music, and not forgetting the two man with opecs on his nose, Tnmpa to join his father after nwek's Mi's Marshall Proctor. Mrn. J. F.. Alvarez, who thought, the "benrd" Mulladv filled I i his regulnr appointment
free open air outside free exhibitions quietly reading a government report visit with relatives and friends Mnlnes' Mrs. II. N. :Stanton: !Mrs. should have- been lemoveil from the ; \ lit N.wI'r/ ulldl1YIi" 'f
on the show grounds at 1 and 7 on the effects of prohibition while h(' KuinisSii'cii: ,,, who is! nUpml.i if*
p. in Lake Butler. ( "I<'Inlln. Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. \V. KLrnr'holtx. :. oysters. All did their best especially i
in. Don't miss it. The big tdiow per wintihes the still boiling and occasionally :Miss Thelma Sihell spent Tuesdayin Mrs.! H. L. Snrinkle, :Mrs I Captain S. A. Bryan I R. fl. Dun) id. ing school( nt t ( rt'in Cove: Springs) 4
formances start at 2 and H P. :M. rain wiping the pipewith cotton ', vinite| her parents M r. /I aol M 1'-' H. jJ
Knifoid.Lex tiV.; Ball. Mrs I' M. Padgett J. I F. Colley nnd /Brooks Deal. ( ,1.! II. :
I or shine, under waterproof canvas.MIC. ,| Waste.N<, donut he let the "lickr-r" Green, of Raiford attended the Pri-os of tickets, follows: K.: Knight keeping, n little ahead of V 1.1.1..) .IUII/l./, u.i.!Siiturelay,.... i .. .t f :1 L _. nl T
II --- -. --- i pass through the still twice for enn- fair, Friday. fpnson tick-t for two, $'t.2&Season ''them, all.'h..-" tutu h man looked it. 1.'Hiii oiiiiKi.inii iinci i.imuy- IcrrIn,1

II I :. 1.0TO):' (; MONT: AWAYHon. ,: noissenrs over that norm mighty go d Mrs.! Hilton, of Jacksonville visited :: ticket for rno. :SI.75. "the .|uil<*,. with, air bo'ind' 'be'lv with \\ii-k for Jnsper where they ox- art
t t to make i their i future. ho
I j,: "shine" has been circulating around her parents !Mr. and :Mrs. I"". M. Uivrs Season tick-t. child. $1.01). ''good capon) I lined.i I they I lighted a Mrs ; nuts.
I I Hunt
I I A. V. Long. Slat,,' Attorney of Into. last week. Sinsrlo I, ti I k'I. :idnlt," SO cents. frat",'itai t I 1'. H. t ciir-ir i :; nnd; marhedha'k '" was a visitor to
"i Tuesday! ,
I for this judicial uuiiit and lojugmzeJns : This stilling outfit seems to lie so Mr. Pharnell nf, Jacksonville, sppntevirnl Single t ticket cli ,Id< oi.e: of. th. hading: criminal lawyers like i hat "II"tur,'" in flay: county\ days with L. A. Duncan and -- -- -' picihloins, I K:'t'ht '"II I I.,ass of ..\!palnchicola ;Mr. .1. \\ .Moore
I of this sition has. leased offices thnt it is ,possible someone runs a family. GHAIIAM/ .. o" "i' rs sliiiuld' ? put liirht in the i I'i: ivone. wns made- sad when it. he.
I in the Mtirvdav" building! and will ""'hit In" of s' illThe' officer, arc to The B. V P. U met in regular<- dark places. aim I t' 'known' / lust/ Wednesday evening i

I soon begin! the pine l''('"' of law in the be congratulated I I I upon their capture ';un Sunday evening at i0:: ) nnd nn Graham; Nov :fl! Messrs: Roberts: I I I flint I , :M a's. I. \V. MCIOIO: had piisneil, to
I Gem; City.1: r. Lorn' for many years ''and it will not ln long before the At ilI 1- interesting I program wits rendered, a tidhet1i! *.lii nrtcmlcd the fair nt I LakeDuller. I II 1 \\IPIMN t theGreat; Bevotid She was made an .
I i lers will hi nabbed.i invulicl by (bug suffering with inflammatory '
pasl has had his office at Starke. but . irrnup two leading.( __ I : -
I'alatka being more centrally lorated :i in<- news or tll(' capture is not goodniMvi An interesting(' sermon on the Ilaptist :Morgan Prevail was here Tuesday I I Hampton, Nov. 21.--Dr.) I I.. II. Hunter rheumatism, and }hi.l been
and offering greater oppoitunity fUI'' to ::1!! bn' 'h'. 'hir--tv' onpg will seventy-five( million campaign was on business.Mrs. nnd wife are spending, this wefkin Hi "'l 101 le, to walk or sit up for almosttwvnty '

creased I Ir-gnl business. he has decided, have to do the beii t'l.'!, .. ".1 with delivered at the Baptist church.I Maud" Surrency, and children I ('iils pi itt, Gn .one,, jours. She had been. un-

to move here and make this his family booze made from cane skimmin !C. I). W. Borum spent Tuesday in left Tueoduy for Hrookl'-n where shn ,, fr"lIrnn I'niley of Lake Butler attic for ten years to use 'her hnriclssullitiently .
home. A cordial welcome! will await This stuT( tastes like a mixture of Hampton and Wednesday in Lake will visit her parents Mr. and :Mrs and .eh Idren were visitors to I Hampton to feed herself.) While .she .
him here.-Palatka News. I kerosene and sweetened water-but it J(. T. Ostern. III. | :Monday.Wiley I j was a long, sufferer she was u very SI

: Readers of the Telegraph, in St-arkc I has a kick _ City.Harry Pinkston of WorthinKton attended I I J. Itvrd mnde a business trip to i Hicks of Plnnt was a visitortn I I juiticnt' , one, bearing her pain ns few
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and throughout Bradford county will I ; the fair here lust week Hampton Tuesday. | Hampton this week. HP wns a others could.
regret to learn of :Mr. Long's; intention I Mrs. Mabel Gilcsnie, and two little :Miss Norma Dckla spent Saturday I Mrs. Myrtle McKinney and !Mabel former resident of this pln-o and his She was a woman of noble characler -

| to move away. He has lived here daughters: of Ft. Meade, are visitingat with her grandparent. Rev. and Mrs.S. McKinney, of Louise, were here on i friends wen Kind: to see him. ,, and sweet d illl>OKiti".n. Since the
since; very early childhood. He studIed the home of her par'nt"11': and S. Proctor. business Tuesday. | W. B. Alexander was transacting ; death of her husband six years ago: ,
law in the office of Judge J. T. :Mrs. W. A. Colloy. Marcus Dekle of )Five Mile, spent I J. J. Byrd returned to his home at bi-slness in West Palm Bench this 'I si, e has been very tenderly cared for

Wills, then a practicing attorney, and the week-end with relatives and Tampa Tuesday after a few days') v wpek.D. I' by her daughter, Mrs. ('''''Hle n )wl.I -
was limited, to th" bar before reach- .\T TilE \PTIST friends. it here with relatives nnd friend 1'1-1| W. Moore of Therpssn wIn 's I ing and l her friend, :Mr. .1. (J. Weav-

| ing his majority. lie has practl-ed Surday both morning nnd evening, Misses 1 Iplle and :Map fukeOf Five Messrs.! Ja.s. Reynolds and Tom. visitor. fo Hnmnton :Mnndny.'' I,I ('II. who deserve! much praise for their
\ here uninterruptedly for more than services were mainly devoted to the Mile, attended the fair here Saturday. Mill were in Starke" Thursday, on ]'I lIi"q1nrv: .Inn- I'riIqh.: | | who has untiring efforts to lessen her pain .
f twenty jears, eept for thp "ev'nmono "$75,000,000 Campaign" that the Uap- George; Coffin an,1 l the s'hool I ehil.then business.J. "" v'rv .i i ik for the pact t two weeks, anti make lift as pleasant at' possible.She .
hs given in 18iS) to the services ti' ts of America< have inaugurated.Pra'str .. of ,Johnstown! attended the fair II. Surr-mv mnd- a business tripto is j..rnvin(!' in health wns a faithfi, .1 I member of the
.if cur civ ntr\ na fir-t li utenant in law's anpeals for the, viiei-ess I I". I',. FrIday. Gainesville I i Wednesday.Frank :Mi, s I'uhv Rowe of :M '('tt'nnv, is Primitive Baptist .hur .". havimf< .|itincd -
I he Fit! rids !Regiment: of tho vnlun- of the tarn"i "n'I'r..' so i.loqm' 'n Mr. anti Mrs. Collins are pleasantly Hovillo. of Bdlnmv; was here the gi' si I 0'0\ ,.,. mint Mrs W. LRt1" that tI l. Iii I 5511 flats',0 "mnnv. veurs ago.
j tee r ii my ,call I d mtu" thiS field for their tl'lIh'I v will nut, be, ignored hv his I l't'-ntrd nt the In-lit, tiful home of :Mrs. Thur dav nnd! Friday on business.Mis ,, tiI.'is M*.ekM She, was bom Aiil| 1 _':), I ls""> /I' ,ii I her
I 0 H w th -- aim". .\ !ll 'hi.<.. ;e-ars; he ron'-'itiii i 'n<'\'. The following)' i four II .1.I Sprii kl! .. Mr. Collins, i.. -mpl'ived Thelmn! P'irrv has returnedrn *s F'nrTTi; Ffi i k-. wn c visitor tn 1 ni.ii' 'i ti 'hiinie, w.i-. :N.tIdui; "' t": ,"-. In
.... I I' Hutler.: lift two threw Jn, ksotivi'le'' l"" JO) I 1'i'!' '!. was n-arned, to
hn h < '1 i .a'.f' I 1 ,ion of th I list-! urn' ti s s'ssik.r nisi" IIddrl'-,1, the nt the A. ( L. depot. m ii o r or Knturcl'iyW iiiiii.v;
ntf I-ixv" i t"t th s put of Flor ela. i or''rr ...,il t !en: Mis-'-., l),>rs law. nnd J. S. Howard and ,children of Dukes) .In:;s Ih' r" on .biinnessRov ; K:. )lit' hc-rson, is nn'nilintr thq; :Mr. J.1.V .M.x.r.. livid, to this. union
n-d aa ntin, !he "ta he-en hod! in .I, Th 'mns. Mesr.1.I /I. K:. Kutih'rn < n""nded! the fair' )here last week Kill 'h. of Hampton. was here v.. pw* th h'v' "liiur'h'er Mrs. !?\Mnntn were, born, five ihMi'-n, only ease of
)t the, \ ,.rv htghi'st e> d em hv the ent'r-1' I J. T. Quigley. The Bradford County Fair was a :Monday and, Tuexdnv, on businp s. <('h'd4n|. of .J!''''IfsonvMle. which sIir' 1h'r, I 'living one daughter
"I J 1'0111rr.un.ty His r"m'-val t is r"srnrdod The erTdrt of 'he splendid' 'hoir great su-re last week better than :Mexclnmc's II. I D WDMin! and D. J. Hanr'ton; v HM ws>ll renrc-senrcd at' and II grandson hesiduH a host of

i ns n very distinct loss to Stark" and were supplemented, at the evening snr- ever before and was well! attended, every Byrd attended the funeral of !Mrs. t"(' fair at Lake Hi.tier last weeV. and friends to mourn her loss.
r'I:;| I Bradford (county and while hs; friends vice by a duet by Mrs. O. G. Cooper day. Will Moore Thursday. i those! attending report a delightfultime. The funeral' norvnes were conducted
i:! wi h him the success in his new home ':'on the organ and :Miss Doris Law Clyde Parker left Thursday for Cheslpv fnux wan in (iumesville on by Rev. Jn'cnh Kdley, at the horn

f. that his ability and charaet-r! merit, I I with the violin. The selection wan High Springs, after a pleasant visit business Thursday and while there at-1, Dr.V.. F... :MMdMon, of Stance of the deceased/ on Thursday afternoon
they rannot help harboring the hope I extremely well executed. with his parents :Mr. and Mm Wil- I tpnd'!ij the fair. vas nt'endin to professional business and the remains placed In tho

that he will some day find it to advantage I Hev. Law Is a charming preacher. lard Parker. | :Messrs.' Jesse Marvin Ojrlan, Mnt- here Tuesday family burying !ground beside hr It

to return to the old) home 'I HP uses no gestures! and] the inflpcI Mr.tHrltt.! of New River Will In thew Waidin Willie Price attendedthe Rev. John :Mnl'ndy l iVtemleil the husband.
tow-. 'I I tnns! of his! voice are even. There town Sunday guest of his daughter, Alachun county fair Wednesday funeml of his Frl I Cnr- Tho sympathy of the entire community -

:Mr. Long's rrfinprl and. cu'tured fore the train of thought of his hearers :Mrs. J. L. Lavender. i Mrs. 1C W. Warren and, son, Bruce, """'''1' who\ d'p'l' at St. ppfershiirtfhospital. is extended to the bereaved
for" '!1" will also be greatly missed in is not dinturbed and his words Dr. J :M. :Mann made a professionaltrip of Brooker, were hero Friday on bu'l.3' !St.' Pet"rshnr. \'a., last o-es an) may Ciod; bless and comfort.

Starke. i sink into their hearts. to Dukes :Monday. iness. week of spinal meningitis., Mr. Car- them


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'. oooooo.eoit. nil"" In t\, it nnil inrew If angrily! to the nlrosell' and (T.iii< i'iitic
j \ Moor. "'1'. ?II l 'Mr' .Jeffrie!! ," he exclaimed professedly! to 1111'11 his saddle., lie.fussed .

: ,,10..1.' lltl., "tl_" with the ," ,! for. 11 mliinti-. I r';
Nan ge The man that, chmiced) ut thnt moment trying to engage/: / Nun In I he Interval., ,,' .

In ,the nearest chnlr ... .
be I
to lying without HII. "". In r'"ivi-rs"
slid\ qulatlInn' lniieiliiUHly| out from here Nan." he. mil'* Ij. leinrih st-Kllmis. :

ihi MusicMountain under 'the u.reor i und NhtrtedvltII. the l b :Minlnlile, ",h"'r vou think you're Ou: r 11 Profit r: : : from!

I bni-l).iT < fur tb, "n
J : lather. from mnm.' .>-tiii\cii -lile, of bin "". I ilnn'i., she answered.! "If! ; i . ....

face \\lth n t'u'1'1 k tan al, us In- tusk' lilt I'm,, '" Dilliibiln't, ,
ni.iUi' an. I'd near .
I At the back of the aLi ; ::0' 'c. Sf'
. l\1 hasty WilY. ii il> 'ui ) ''". or apIk| ; to you-or live .
fliup; fin siiiing la a i-niilr on
A a aiiin in Hie. s.-iine liioulllinllH' / with you." :

the high .h"hillfu"llIlr"rlll., / while j 'I I ilmi't! think u lu-n n f., Mow ('I.r'Nr. I %
<1' I >li-ln''I lilm. rose nt Sloe I 1
u negro/ buy pi M, ... .
t' 1 : vi u as much us 1 .do mill gets, out
L" :r'a gan's Imprecation mid, tried to slipover vtv toII Th Art .. UJ'G does not 1
'; By" I oi ,p' 'tn'in-i' ours III a while, Just (Pa.i .- : ;; -

FRANK H SPEARMANAuthor below.the The l-oothl'ick'N boy 'try IIIU bend to get to out,the of/floor the II GpI, I 'M'L 1 I i..',ahe. loves a girl (tin* way u redh'"i , !tl' ;itVve' all it n... ._t. It insists on being
I >detl hunt can't help|
loving her nliemight /
:;: of "WMISPBIUNO SMITH" way. juniped buck, and the fat man ft II, shown.
; to hold' It iignlnst' him/ forever.Tlilult .
to full over him-for It Cl'i, +
or pretended 1f she ought ,In. :-\11111" hidemand,
/. 00+4 4'JS"M9S t + uooooouoo might, be Keen that. the man despite, his / ill after When Swift & Company says

(1. ....".e 'W iirf'itf'"I by lfer ..IMfieiMr"nut a eucala size had lighted I like i u cut on his feet l i kept siii-m-e., u panne. Slit wns sowing/ und I I| I profits are only a fraction of a cent per

j r.. I you don't know how unreasonIng and, was Instantly, hnlf-wny up lo the ( f j W 11 ,IS "I 1 I hilll; ;." she rt-sp'iiiiiled, , shOe ii I r pound, many believe we are not telling
front of the shop exclaiming profanely
j Uncle Duke In I, when. he Is angry, tif her ii. rl'al i : In every, syllable, "befuru [, the whole story-that there are hidden
but collectively lit the lad's u\\ kwardiuss i'
:. stud! n ninnln! ,. f. talk r.'d !
. Nun imiurnfully. "lie won'! listen > -bl'ud" rot ho
.before I><* Spain hnd had 5 prufi ts.f .
, J to nnjlxxly. lie always would listen n'Ulit, to dad, out Mlii'lln-r ill- //olrll'lIr"1I i J
,! time to reply to tl,,' Insult'
t'r to me until now. ;Now he says. I huvegone y't'1 .r :'pin.' or Just loiitlii'M the, Bight of I
The noise and confusion of the Im l I- \ .
1: 1'1.
e: back i n Mm. and 1 he doesn't cure '

t what iiiI'I'flu." "' Think. Henry, where dent were, considerable. Morgan; ?,a > Hi-. regarded, her flv diy Paying no Here Arc The Facts:

"t It would i/nl' me I If r'III..r..r } nu should too old 1, a fighter to look behind' 1:110: at r11 iiilentloii: to him. hut heading In the rill I

if kill lhi otln r. theory I've been thinking n critical raulIlI'lIt.u nun "-nuiduur "uns'ii..' "- '\ .'r /IHTi ". Ini:;, her hand fly.INK I
IK toflruubea IIIslalillieil .... .... .. OL'r IOrlt entire btlsi- .
...' find 1111'1111' . net on our
r,1'' t\(\iI. It all mer for three da> s now 1jt - -n Ili" in. 'u! ie, IHT lanssei orInnvv'i I

t see what i uiKt ('('111". It will hrenk tin crud underfoot but I De Si'imi mull: He Covered His Revolver With Hu I' till., '.\M c i'i; ng/ hack around her ness rt her year 1918 amounted to

';., i \ both c.ur t.. arts: I Know, hut they "III It In Ills eye nnd. knew that Lifeer'iismldcn Left Hand. I,,ink i-ii- mid cili-llng\ ; In stray ringlets( r t r only 1.76 cents per dollar of sales, or
the Innl
,< be broken ...n"\\I1" There Is tio way ut rear mnili ihi.i, the v\ iii'l' ''linici-il" with while .she
y"\,. .. out Ilcnn/ -none.' him hesitate ; the crisis passed like n oTT j'jlil7""Lui.; jails; lie jimmcd;' Ir tr'I. !': hln> iniiiiineil, her hrnwny fousID'S n lc:.s than one-half cent: per pound, and

' I flush "i lIrry you feel that w-iy. Dnl.i," HIP olllce iloor. "Tnke the lire) I mothHenry. ,
"Nun, what you menu?" I I uriior' abash" "You used to cure ;
De undlstiirl, "it 1 Is ; Hello Unl.i-: IK- milled. gr1.tlug
returned Spain, ,
Im :N.HI.
tile Von
'j 1 )'cm dart give air' up. cnn't deny that"Il t 1. Included: profits from hides and
n courtesy we were glad 'to extend. :Morgan[ vtltli an extended hniid. at .'r idlirevna, "
Irrltntlni. "CIIII
1 Th.'I Kill hi); In the hospital And I aunt to upciik to you about Do Spain walked back "How are you In '10'11I'111,10'.1.' "f'oine you? all other by-products.
garden, he at her fclde on I the .bench miiMiig it. old man ?" put up'flUr J
:; too.
Unit In called their bench. It11" I'nlM"llln" grunted. rtoik and tullt! It out. I IIldn'tIe to o. 2. Included promts! from all sundry ,
Morgan's/: face was livid. \Vhiit II.IMto: com for word,
you a und
here hhud a
: to talk" hi. aide-llnea.
"rry Interrupt your con
about 1'r7""She M". "
I -hre, he Imd afterward told tlrnu-d 1..'("" "'". "Hut tin barns, ul I v' clone over you?
I tier tied' !I'.> begun) to live. "GI.e you bus given me permission 'm n-k ('aliituisat' lire burulugtelephuniwires lilng/ has, come over mile Gale I 3. Included! profits on all subsidiary
'' ,r In, ,'dllled111.. "llow :your coiiKeut to our marring'1.' : :lid I:'! .u-e! to like 'IIII-\\h..n I first came
up" Kcntlenesm
'' : \ from there too had ...ratlons.
((1 f" could l I do I that? Vou're like the mornIng De Spnlu' "HOUIB time In the reasonable ) the Thief" cut River '-trunk they line ti, I.. i'j;u from school. You seemed so "big I I cory "
\ pick up ti d
for mi-. Nan. Without! there's future. opal fine then and were so nIce to me. .
;, you get u message. through M.ikcs it had. 4. To turn UP-It included the
no wind und the light: of the slurs at nil he was so Infuriated. "Y"J: "i-on "Wh) didn't ;you keep on liking me?" every
I fate "Duke there's somebody. yet of in which
t source revenue
to mi. Without the thought of you1'd get my consent In just one wn.\ hemauuged around Culubnsim that need hanging Nan mode no IIn \\'r. Her cousin

2 sicken. nod fulnt In the middle, I'dI to say "that's by getting m*. Isn't there? Yes.1'CHAPTER! persisted. "You used to talk about Swift & Company has any

I I lone my wily In the hills ; without you "Then I'm afraid I'll never get It. for _" thinking the world, of me" she said ot interest. There are DO
I there would be no tomorrow. No mutter I'll aever'get' you Duke." XX. |, lost ; "then I saw you one Frontier day other ofit.

t I where I uio no mutter how I feel A torrent of oaths fell from Mor riding around Sleepy Cat with a carriage

,; It I think of you strength wellM Into gan's cracked lips lie tried to tell DeSpnln Gale' Persist I full of women." Furthermore our accounts have
In his that he knew Dale hurst Into a huge laugh. Nana I t
ElI. my heart Ilk. a Hprlng. I never could fury When' within un hour De Spain It.
give you u;>." i about his underhand work he culled I joined Nun tense with suspense und face flushed. She bent over her work. been checked and certified annually by

him more than one hard name made "Oh that's what's the matter with vou. leading public accounting firms.
)I lie told her all would be well be- anxiety at the hospital she tried. hard ,
Is IU" he demanded!
cease It i. oat be well ; that she must no secret of his deadly enmity sail t.. read file _*>*_kui.. _. .In_ his fuse.. .1 jocularly. "Vou -
challenged him to end their differences w never mentioned that .before.' Wilt & Company is sincerely tryingto
li trust tint ; tout he would bring herante "JlII ve you seen him? she asked "
through danger and then and there. "That Isn't the only thing she ('00tlDuf'd the facts before the If
every every fugerly. De Bpuln nodded. "What/ I get public.
h torra. It silo would only stick to him. i De Spain did not move. Ills left lifter a !JIIII"",
dots", he suy? have
And Nan cobbing her fears one by one hand again lay on the cigar case "Nothing very reasonable.! 'I "Why. that was just some Frontier you any questions regarding our

) out on his breast put her Orion round "Duke" be said when his antagonist Her fuie fell. "I knew be wouldn't. day fun. Nan. A man's) got to be a lit- business-write us-and we will do our

I bin neck and whispered that for life or bad exhausted bin vituperation "I I Tell me all about It, Ut'llry-e.f' be tle bit" of a sport once In a while, baaat best to answer them. In discussingthe
death, ahe would stick. | wouldn't fight you anyway. You're thlllg." packing business be have
V It won lot him] for De Spain next crazy angry at roe for no reason on I I She listened keenly to each word. D' "Not If be like me" She spoke with you

morning to fled Duke Morgan The earth. It you'll give me Just one good Spain pave her a pretty accurate recital ID ominous distinctness, but under ber the facts and that you are not unintentionally

reason for feeling the way you do toward breath. Hit caught her words and spreading misinformation.If
t dlfllcultj was to meet him without the "l' the interview und Nan's appro- .
mob of huigers-on: whose appetite had roe and the way you've always hen lent grew with her hearing of It. laughed again "('.haw, I didn't thinkyou'd

f been win-tied with the prospect of a acted! toward me since I came up to "I knew It," she repeated with con- get Jealous over a little thing you get the facts we have no

death perhaps more than one. In this country I'll tight you."" vtctli'ii. "I know him better than you like that Nun. When there's a celebration doubt as to the verdict.FLORIDA .

1 the moetlnf of men whose supremacy | "Pull your gun" cried Morgan with know hlir. What shall we d19?" I on In town everybody's friend

with the 'gun' had never been successfully an Imprecation.; ,I De Mimln. took both her hunda. He ly with everybody;) else It you lay a

IB 'I disputed. It required all the I' "I won't do It.'ou call me a coword. held them\ against Ills breast and stood little thing like that up against me

Lefe'ver Ask these boys here la the shop wnere would the rest of the men get/
c1I'lor.III"Y! of to "pull off" a looklnjj lute her eyes. Wbeord..a .
conference between the two which whether they agree with you on that I off? Tour strawberry-faced Medicine STATE FAIR
1 hit I in, siir-h n wny her rtfinht-i Rend
s aaoul: 1 not frog the start be friend III celebrating la town JACKSONVILLE
hopeless, You might' ns well rail me an Isosceles Me
and fears s" ::"h'd) n-'ii: mid trivial most of the "
bemuse, of n crowd of Duke's partisans trl.lngl.'ou'r... Just crazy sore at me poke only onen.' i I. but there was a Her face time November 22-29

whose presence. would\ egg! him on, laHplte when I want to be friends. with you. world of! I In his tone; (falsehood, she turned white. "What a

of .'\, rythlnK.! to a combat | Instead! of pulling my gun. Duke I'll "Stick" at exclaimed hotly LookIng I
her satisfied, he laughed wholeheartedly
tF Hut toward eleven o'clock In the lay It out on the case here to show I She arched her brows as she returned -

I morning I Ile Spain having been ron you "that nil I ask of you Is to talk reason. his, gaze ,aii'l with a little troubled "It's, a falsehood again," she She rose' .. fU..IOUII./. / Swift & Company U.S.A.

rented like circus performer during De Spain, reaching with his left closer. Nun." ,
a . Inuah drew "Stick. I know It." I
udauteenrllerhake :Morgan was hand under the lapel or his coat took be will all
every "It out
repented. come "I i
foiinil nloii.-. In u barber's hands III Hie u Colt's revolver from Its breast harness suppose retorted, Gale regarding
right. ber "
nail laid it the muzzle towardhimself Jocosely "you inked' him about It. '
Mountain house. At the moment Duke She paused a moment. "IIow con you He hud 1-1 III
never seen her so unjlr). She
left I Ihn revolving Lair and wulkcil to on the plnte-glnss top of the known

tilt cigar; Miami to pay his check, De clgwr stand.. It reduced! him to the ne- ,'i I "I know because It's (rot to. I talked such stamped' a thing her :foot! One"How of those dare you women say

Spain rill .red tie shop through; the cesxlty! of a spring Into Morgan for the It all over with lilY .best friend In Medicine was at the
rear door n.ienlng; from the hotel olllce. I smallest chance for his life I If Morgan other hO"I'ltlll-IIb. In there yet,
Ucixl. the day.
and she 'Is
/going to die there She told
Passing, with an easy step the row should draw ; but De Spain was a des-1 i "Who. Henry 7""WIII..rlng
I Cncle Duke's,
of burlier lined up In walling beside', pernu gambler' In such matters even I I Int | nurse th'JR..n they kn..w.IIn.1 ,
Smith. lIe Innghed at U
whom they didn't' know nt that
their chairs, De Spain walked, straight, twenty-eight: and he laid I
uncle's He said It
your opposing us. place And
k Henry; de Spain when he
wagers on What be could read !In another's
L clown the i "pen aisle, behind) Mortfan'8' .
your uncle only knew It. It's the beatthing heard this, miserable. oreuture. bad, been

back. While Duke bent over the caseIn eye Ii |I that could happen' for him. And I taken to the hospital and Doctor j 1

select/ 11 cigar; De Spnln. pimxlni, ] "There's more reasons than one why he said if all the marriage opposedby i Torpy said she could never get: well I was there to inaKo a sketch of | Iron's( Hour like a feast, for tb.

plnce l liliiMelf at the mountain-man's I shouldn't tight you," he said evenly old folks boil been slopped tllI'r"j I told the sister to tnke cure. of her and her. Luncheon was just over, and I tiny toddlers there is a varied

slue and h'tween him and the street "0111..*. you're old enough: to be my father wouldn't be folks enough left she was talking to a little knot of | menu, sometime I'needa Biscuit
young vend the bills
to him, because he knew j
-do realize that Wliut's women. The first ds I heard, as and milk, sometimes
sunshine It \\11" tiiMni an ailvuntiiRe, ; | you the to milk the cow's." I her Graham Crack
!><. Spnln II'IIH well unnre but underthe good of our shouting! each other up?" and' mother In Medicine, I I slid Uletly| Into n Irby seat, were era Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Uls-
"Henry. what I Is this report about the Bend and went to school with her there ,! "National lliscuit rolling cult This Is changed
!he asked Ignoring Morgan's furious interruptions. on special
R 1'I"I'III".tllnl"1I he thought: himself : /
CulahiiMiis. barns bnruhtg7""The ; when hhe. wns a decent girl. Ian! und j iintly my own tasty r' iu.llTiTd occasions t Old Time Sugar Cook.
entitled n good. Tight on l uUc'H "Who's to look after Nan
&; eye.De
old Number; > One barn la! gone hear what she hits to say iibnnt henry > eon. I liked her com- Ics or Jtt Nevt tons and, rarest of
Shut,Ls wore un ordinary sack when you go-us you must before very
find some ot tin old ..1111:"'". We didn't do Spain you contemptible (ul lfll'r'" | fortul,ly ns eb' in, my pen Ia I uie das when we had
tnu't Hint, with no sign; of n weaponabout many years? Have you ever askedyourself . .
and b'"BetweenThe ,
lose nay IlIIr""... anil the other earns, (ale laughed;::; siiruoiilcully. "That's cars ream Nabisco, and those
him : hut none of f those who, considered that? Do ynul 11111 to lenveher darn an1 1 were our party days
ore nil right::; Some of our ( ..llIh",,"" right I liUe to see 11 girl stick'' to her
tin nsclvcH favored spertntornof to that puck of wolves In the gapl she was quoting, '"the uys a I "Don't think my hour Is just e
or gnp (friends probably No 0111 Iter.we'll friends. De Spain ought to lake cure
n Ions; )ii waited encounter felt any You know Just OH W..1I111 1 do. the gnp bit of pause w world Munch hour. It started us happily,
doubt us to hU ability to put Ills hand I Is, no place' for u bleb-bri-d. tine get, them all nmnded up after a of her Good story ki-enis waith' Menlo for the t'lbtaaa' BVMHM JUi'le us sure they
while Nun. Then.. line "And she has other ,
duy Rood
Home stories too
xm one lit tncompiirunty short notice.l grained girl like Nan; :Morgan. But the chlidr ale they w ry day-for

There. wn.... however no truce of hostility gap U' your home, and you've done { we're going to get slurried"De you ought to hear" I'ontlnuednn un thh to given that mist feed
rode. that night to Cainbunas dl IIIII.I.Io"t. : of them about Lnbi a. First I had
Spain you must
lu De right to her under roof 11110111I111..1' *c
or nii' ';lclon Spain's &; keep your Always ready- *
to look luto the story of the Ure.McAlpln. and your One friends In town. She told Then, when the" i-oulj
| Do>> think I'd
your eye you
IIk.// the nurse It's ho to toddle i to always fresh---always wel
you w ought to be elf
: swathed In biinihiges made pay-
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"IIo.lIn. I Puke Morgan/ h..llnlol frnnk- to pull a trigger: on a man that's In
no hones about accusing the common log J her bills till she dies, :he my come. An appetizer at the beginning
ly. .M or tan looked. around.' Ills face u father to Nun ? Diminution Duke. one

I liardenei! \\ len he saw De Spain, mid could yon expect: me to do It, willingly enemy. No witnesses could be found ( uie made a disclaiming face and a t hthlrrn' of the meal making the best

lie Itlvolunt.irlly took a short steptfiirknnnl. ? Nun Is a queen. The best In the to throw any more light,: on the Inquiry deprecating gesture "No no. Nan- "I've soup better, and the final touch of satisfaction
let De Spain take of his -
than the burn boss himself And De own. He
world for her1'mnot
Ii' Spain with bin left hand Isn't good enough; ,
.I i lying riirele-isly. on the cigar case, good. enough I know that. Sherdear Spain made only u pretense of a formal a sport yourself, girlie right now" He ilUre when the cheese and coffee are

faced hi III. "I heard you wanted to t.) you, she Is dear to me. If Inveittlgutlon. If he hud hud' any stepped nearer her. Nun retreated. ter served. Nothing can take the
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doubts the Ida of the tire mil -
see me" continued D*' Spain. "I wantto you r"lIl1yOllt to see me try to use e shout or they wi place 01 uneeaa CISCUIItb.

see vou. Ilu"'") your buck since youn gum send me a man that will insult 01 i iI would have been. resolved by an anonymous .. v b on the family table ?

1 went hom..?" I abuse ber. If you want to use your i scrawl, sent through me 11I1111.I t

Morgan. : e.iid him with a mixture of own gun use It on me If I ever Insult promising more If he dlclu't get out of

1 suspicion and animosity\ He took what or abuse her- >that fair" I the country : r lIst 110'1 BISCUIT NATIONAL

*ii" to him, 1 tinmost significant{ part' of "Damn your line words," exclaimed I But Instead, of getting out of the "

De Spain's" ) nrtlng: Unit and threw hisrcHH Morgan\ slowly and. Implacably. "They country, De Spain continued as u matter too-r COMPA.MY U it

t | >iise Into cords ns short us wordsrinild don't pull any wool over my eyes. 1 of energetic policy to get: Into It. pad o 8j5

.be cho-i| ed, : ""'hot do you want know you De "aID-I know your He rode the deserts stripped. so to say < f y d a ,

to see me uln It?" breed" I Ifor I action and walked the streets of were Hour."You. wa h e '
"Nothing' ipleasuut' I hope," re I ""'hllt's that?" I IMorgnn I :Sleepy Cat welcoming every chance to see. err >way aJ- s
.. turned' De spun' "Let's sit downminute. a I meet men from Music. mountain or the "are much
\ checked himself that tone went on. lt only National
." sinks. It was on Nan that the real 1s lol
mals. They are most
"You cnn't sneak Into my nfTnlrs any can be. During: they
Silt what -. oil got to say." I hardships of the Munition. fell and most tractable after they babies were growing
.. deeper, he cried. "Keep away trots: }
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Nun who hall, to bear them alone and x'imething to eat. National Dldainties
"Well, dull folio mv bend off.! Diikn.I never missed the Chit-
"M/vrwl i I ,know
fn haw fo take .
cur .., . .. ......
.M ] always begin our Cbll- .. Hour
I... with Ita f.
VHS sorry In ar you a. :.e )n.i i I. AI.1I' 1 i-f in')' .-"< fl.) I'll itii It. :So In Ip ,me. iinl: tasty a t.
,,. been trjlng Illuuri( mil '1"w ,to .. I I' I u'... .u'-, Inn\, .,,i., -I duty. f1' f" '" ,1.1'i .
J If yif. i iIji'.e! unuric nf I.I'" kiln n. _. __.._ .
monk It 1'1I..r I 1" ?mi tn m-t ,m (slid' , bIIMI illill'body iiti'-ui; ii \iirii, tar '1'-' i : I I., - - -----
fimii "u It'll 1' MI JY
> .i) ) .ajlk
j f from, town t\ hll$ 3"11 u: geiilm.tronu" !" He einled v ,ill) n bitter outt ,.I I"ur'I' I 'ire I I''Ii ''..pllll 11' .. FI "I'INr. III1 t p4 'n 1'enra

7M Jen'rles. ainl I both, reel I there's, been n -'t""I' I ii ''liti.n' h ...11ViTl..ll C'. .-r. i i ii'iVl'l .. . .
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t 1111.111 lln .1 l taunt( "Is tint( air? ) I
.to rreoveta.
lot nt f iitineci-ssary hunl. -elln.I I tit- ".Nil" letiirlei) l DI- Spain I' i jOU.-r1l1. I' .. .: lta..11 ." ,hill. ) " 1' I..",'t l r in /Bill :v> :'t! \ , ft I . ..." 10 Quill D&"

twcvit the l M'lrxiili"; .mil i tti.. "11\1"Il | -n 1 >'. tw.i'.1"..... "It'" II.ii. fu lr' AuJ Y,nn.' duy 1.ill, "....j r. ... .Ir>! N .in h'-r--'lt II. it" \- ,.imonvr. the n..i.vii" "i i.ikin.:" . ." .1 r .r. t"" t;..

l 4 nnile want: to ask )nn t.- 'm-cei't' il Isto l-e the r'.lhll. S', --uuu \>"UH In h. mi. ,.. .n."atIOlIl. in Lake {-utl'! .r, mil i. ,
Duke, you'll. first to say sn. Youwon't I d .
show Miillli* of II'- "-a d..d I lie Si..ill sluiKt.. hiniis| with me now, I puny n j.':-euI[ ml. N'.ui K ,n \\ in I n 1 ,,in, of :Mrs[ i.llla'I[, tt. -- '-

? put, his left hiinl: mio Ms >[ib-I ,>''' k-t know, so IK jZ... r.nt tin day vtllcome old II-... ;M: .s''MID ., ::11' H Lad S>IIHOI| ", l I'1.. Ch..I..y spent Xilduy: ;: ui".rnnlny $

und held, out un unseiiled envelope. l I." "lii-ii to.. cunic, <>itri.! nad. ,the threeNxre t :!"--. with I' rclntivea at Lake But1r. looI.&d.100,
you vlll. I 1 Ctarrh l Ie a I a .. irrntly tnttaii. -
Moigiin.' Duke, taIs Ing tin etnelop.eyrd .- He covered his roh'.rlth Id.,* lef mush' tngi\ 'ther. In umiiv> :iv x ...1 l by c< mi .tlui..i. KjMliuons. It

; ,I It dl.trll"lrull'IlIlt'" I Ills'(' band and replaced' It under his, coat Nun felt shut she In rsi-lf was In cirl" Mr.! and :Mrs. A. B. Surruncy Rn.1 t tliildrcn in r..(ore HALL,*.....!K.Soi.s i ". ,if! troutir.nnt. -

to ,demnnded. o|>rulag It ami driiulng The. fat ,man 1:' wlm hud been '.'..nlll": psi the ,- -ulijcct of their, tnll;... hut no Ini oruiatluii k- <'i and F. ::\L( Chaiu-ey: sport! lafi It taken tnt.'naiu, j: : i.n t't:'i though JtijDICINB: the

out u card. ,, <'''"('f'rn'lIlt them could h.* eeret. ;' >'umlay: at :Mr.: ( and, :Mrs. P. M.:: Dan- iiluoj on 181.: .."-.i.- s!-uiiA< a of ,h.' !3y' ..
I'-l HAT I VC <
"Something! for uslir. ridlmc. .\n'' nanny ngntn-t a oarner cnnir tettart ; foot's, home it being :Mr. Haref',ot'. ddurnyt the fo .n ;.:vPl'.H rl i.fTlIliaa- 'frr-ICINK;\ **,

Olio she nut the 'h and :Mr.: ( II. C. I saves the patiel.t -. .., .
Surrt-ncy's i vvlnn I
annual pass tor you and over tin' niortiiliif nil [port birthday.Mr. .
; fn,ii i the disputants. stepped! forward I "Keep Away She, Cried.. iti 1 K.-r.ural h-al'' .,..'.:, nature,, loi
singe line hetneen Culnl.iisa ami I i again/ lightly: as n < ut. "Iii.nry i-wlnir when Sleepy' Cut-with Mr.: J.-ffrlvH' .'ompli- .. for her undo. l nnltii mid him\ (Mike Saturday in Brooker on business. Cut.rrt 'he. d.' !'-. ..ATAPOHrucclits
he .
"" "1'11..1.' In a low but urgent loin lon DIISEJ: ra'l!: . .. ..
IT meats aLike his hand, attended "Just n minuteTlnru'ii hud guar ti> Cninisns' hire:<. 1111- (CunriniMd Nf>l W,.,kl, I.ucian Ituzs cn was ill Brcukur :Sun:: > T5c. Ti-Ill.- .. .1') Jr....

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HIGHLAND tey, spent Sunday here with relatives. I, Misses Delle and Mae Duke were uncle. Marion Dowling Monday. relatives at Bland Sunday afternoon. I CLAY HILL .=\ ..: ,.I V Ii
W. M. Wimberly of Gainesville, guests of Miss Norma Dekle Tuesday Miss Elsie B. "
Gillespie is home Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Molt of Lake _ _
Htgb *nd. Nov. 21.-Gilbert H. Barker spent the week-end {here with his par- Mrs. Lillie Wilson arrived Wednesi from school this week on account of 1
left Wednesday for Jacksonville ents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Wimberly. !i day for a visit with relatives. illness of her grandmother. Butler, attended church hero Sunday. Clay Hill, Nov 21,-E. II. cartf,
to visit his sister Mi a Ruth Barker James Williams), of Jacksonville, I) --- Tho many friends of Mrs. N. II. t and son, Henry were business "' ''
i Mrs. li. L. Duke, son and daughter, day" t
for a few days. was a visitor here Monday. Stokes are (glad to know that she U to Jacksonville Tuesday and F'' r "
Dana and Gladys, spent lust week !MILLER improving from attach of malarial 11. II. Hudson made a busu, ito
II. C. Wimberly, Jr., made a business Mrs J. O. McCormick spent a few with Mr. Duke's brother Jesse t .
trip to Jacksonville Monday hays in Lake Butler last week. fever JI1I'k"onvill.Ionday: '
Messrs. Dewey and John McPherson Mrs. Alonzo Strickland and children Miller, Nov. :1.Quito a number W. L. Douglass made business S. J. Starling! was a visitor High :
I, Miss Annie Douglass and brother, of people of this community attended land Saturday and attendee' ..ures_ ', .ed ,
of Maxville, were visitors here of Kingsley lake, arrived Saturday trip to Providence Saturday. ( :
George, of Ft. Whit, were guests of the fair at Lake Butler! last week. while there. ...> ", to ,
Wednesday. .
i to spend a while with Mr. James :Marion Waters was a business visitor ..
Mrs. Bailey Lang and children, of ('I IKingnland. Strickland and family. their cousins., Misses Della and Mae :Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas to Worthington Saturday.Mr. I Messrs. W. A., J, A., C. B ,,"d., ::1I t
la., while I Duke, Thursday. and Friday ed their daughter, Mrs J. M.'Mott, of Starling/ were transacting busU&L"'f' mot .
are spending; a I I ILuwh'y
Rev. T. M. Carter cf filled ,
I Peoria Mrs. Mattie Rimes was tho guest I.ake Butler and Mm. J. L. Brown attended j ",
with Mr. I I Saturday
Lang's parents, Mr. and evening. '
his rcfru:'..r appointment at the Highland of her the Alai'hua County Fair at Gamesvillo i
Mrs. L. S.
niece Lake
Mrs. Dave Lang. church Carl Brown, who has been attending I I I G. M. Carter Nelson Prei ,
Baptist preaching Satur Wednesday.
Mrs. M. Morrison left Tuesday for Butle-, Friday school at Lake Butler spent the Oiins Prescott were in Law t\ 'R d1-
Island Grove to visit relatives for day and Sunday. I I'I Mrs. I*. P. Dekle and children wero week-end with his parents, Mr. and J. S. Brown was in Lake Butler ,i I incss Saturday 'foods

several weeks. Miss Janie Sapp, of Evergreen, guests of Mrs S. o. Proctor Wednes. Mrs. J. L. Brown Saturday. W. II. W. and 1 K. I L C : ""I"ibing

Harry C. Wimberly, Jr., visited rel. opened the Clay Hill school Monday day. ,. Ishont Brown, of Bland has boon Mr. and Mrs. W. 1*. renffle, of High Sunday with their grandp t t nts! 1 .

ativea at Lawtey several days last morning with a very fair attendance. i' Mrs. Murphy and son, Frank, were visiting relatives here for the past ten Springs, spent Saturday night ana and Mrs.! S. J. Starling. /" ,. This ;
week. Dr. W. n. Hudson, of Jacksonville, shopping in Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. days.J. Sunday the (guest of the latter's parents Mrs Lizzie Austin and cl _' roles .i irV

Cane grindings are getting quite I his motored out. and spent Sunday with II i J, II. Gillespie l is critically ill B. Crawford of Jacksonville, visited ,. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peoples. Kingsley; lake, arrived S. We ,! '

popular around now. Two or three I parents.Robt. I at this writing. his father, 11. G. Crawford, Sun- visit friends and I relatives ilion i| licit: ,
of our farmers started grinding last L. Crews, of Starke, was a henry Dowling is visiting his for a few days. .
week. visitor here Sunday. 'daughter' Mrs. B. L. Duke this week. ,day.B.. E. Brown was a business visitorto STATE FAIR VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. C. M. I ,I

Mra. H. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby returned Five Mile was well represented at Lake Butler Tuesday. Jacksonville) arrived Sund 1.
ifred. came up from Lawtey Friday to their home at Starke Sunday after the Bradford County Fair last week. !Miss: Lottie Stokes, primary teacher WILL FIND their parents Mr. and ,; : .
morning and visited relatives until several days visit with relatives. 'I j Many of our farmers are busy this of our school!' spent last week with Hudson. ,
Sunday. Sidney Strickland, of Kingsley lake, week banking seed cane. her parents Mr. and Mrs. !M. L. Stokes HOTEL J. A. Starling, of Jacks' 1
visited relatives here during the week Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish were of Lake Butler spending a few days in thli
arrived Mrs. Neta Barnes, of Jacksonville, end. i i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Par- Olson Thomas visited friends in : FJ. \ with his parents. -1 l .
Thursday to visit her sister, .
rish a
Mrs. J. II. Boulware.C. Monday Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.( : A convenient plac to lop Modern Most of the farmers in this ;
FIVE MILE Mrs. Carter who has been J. S. Howard of Dukes hereon .
wan bra k hinl in heart of
aril} q.huppins
E. Wilkinson has closed his are busy grinding: cane and ( 1
mercantile i
business relatives here, returned to her homein business Saturday.C. dmlrii t Mot .mi r.lcl vnU,, potatoes. 'J
here and moved his Five Mile, Nov. 21Mrs. D. I. . ; ,
Wednesday. .
II. Harrison of Worthington, attended telephone in rash root i, airant hra.lthroughout. I
family to near Maxville where he will Blume was the guest of Mrs. Amanda I!. L. Duke, who has the contract church hero Sunday. B...and' tohhv .II'Ia" par I H., K, Starling and Rddio C

engage in farming. Gaincy Tuesday. for building the Dobson school house, :Miss Ruby !Pnrrish who has been lorn runny veraudae.,i l-An, 'n."I"I.. were liiisnioss visitors t<> Ijiwte,
Harry Barnes, of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Eflfie Bronson, who has been I spent the week-end with his family, teaching at Palestine, spent the weekend beds, best rrvir'' Thurkday. '

relatives here Saturday. spending sometime here with relatives returning to his work Monday. here with her parents. GhiM' RettAurai' "i 'ij) iniit. .. i: I SO !''Id: Nun Prescott and William Puc(, \ .,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr. of Law. returned.. to Klssimmco Wednesday.!! Dewey Duke was the guest! of his Mr. and Mrs. B. Jo;. Brown visited I ear! up.t gott and dxias Prescott were trans :". t ,
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m1I:. jjS. Norman and Janie Cater J !1 1'\ ,
F"''''''' '& . .. .. n ft... ... ... .. ..... . .... .G_StlxlSta.i.tit.. .. .. ..... .enr.... .e....... ...... ....... . .. .. .' ..u . u..',,) "'t'reI"t" of Misses ROAD and\ . ':-.t1 '
)Dora .
: Carter Thursday evening I ..
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::, : t section were visiting friends Saturday in this .f.,, i" .

J r rr.1,1 Arthur Wilkinson and father, l2eo.K. i'MCr'. y

:. Wilkinson, were business visitors "
to Starke
and Lawtey Saturday.
...;f' qafJrti I 11. Carter was visiting friends in rIt
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Lake Butler and
Starke a few day y, A
lof the past week. a'etr' ,
O.! M. Carter spent Sunday night
Ay t1. with his grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. +_i %tt ;:t
> w S. J. Starling 'r
r--:!: ..y4t II. It. Hardie and Lunnie '
Padgettwere ,
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,. visitors to Highland Saturday
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,J... r', W. M. and I D. A. Austin were visitors I I' .

: ., , .,..,I, \ to Highland, Saturday.
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: ""' 'II N' I" .' ,:I1 '/i 11111,1,11111.'tu;,, 1, Ill I. i t '((1:"; Ural Sorry the news failed to reach I {
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1 :. : :............... . +Ji'MIp ..'"11:' have better lurk in reading. the news ,
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: . : FU :: Mrs Bailey Lang and Children, of
J".f' ,.-ww+/ : ,t n :. i II j
I:' I: j ..50' Kingstnnd Cn; ', are spending,! a fe' I '
"',' ::t''i days with the former's IHlfl'nts't': f'1
; : and Mrs. .1
D.1 Lung. '
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i ; Everyone: in this
D'Y,1: +1112 a i .: ..".. section on joreadmj. 1
,:. : "Y i! :r' the" story, "Nui.. of Mils 'II
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:.: Jacksonville! !! Nov. 11'1' -Ilr.. William I t
r i: H. Keating has ,been appointed' direc, I

: : tor of the liiireaii of Child'" Welfare of 1!,' I

.1' ;;::::; Ez: .I I k the State Hoard of Health/ succeed I
: ing \\r) Cruet; Whitford, resigned. Dr.
: ; Kf'utinJtssumml'd; his duties this
. ::14s1 I
week, when hi- went to. Palm Reach I
Y.-t.i' .
Grl: ..'.''.. county to assist Dr. William J, luck, ,
r, ;: .W.. assistant state health officer in direct I

7a Intl ing the examination of somethingmore
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rgl+ + '+ tf-.1r r ,
''f I: lu: I nhl Hll+yplgPn) l ll blxlll ''y ':4 than :2,000) ) school. children, in L
. : that county. a
j' .W [Dr. Keating is an authority on '

As It Is As It Seems : child welfare, having been physicianfor f 't
lit the schools of Beverly, Mass, for
c several jears. He is a graduate of .

i 1 The Road In New Overland 4 on ; the Boston famous and ulso Tufts has Medical done special School work of

It-L'" :l in the School of I'hvsiciuns and, Sur. I j

W: goons in New, York City. Ha was '. '
resident' !surgeon of. (r'lower hospital
Three-Point Cantilever Springs'
in New York for several years und inwell :e

known to. the medical profession "
of Now Y rk state. '.

f- ; YOU expect a.bad road to ride AS it looks. It did, This/means! an altogether new standard of riding ittm Iy! the "-11'or/ iK-cemhi-r. the State' 1 ,

: : the introduction of the Overland 4 comfort, anoteworthyreductioninthewear and tear Hoard of Health will have examined
mur limn :O.lioi:( ) school children, in111I1ia. I. "
y 1-!: : Springbase. which lessens the efficiency of a car. The new springs I nll'c' oxuminuti'ins mean. api I

: :: give longer life to every part and thus minimize up.. r u al fih\si' .nl inspection for iurhi
Overland I 4 does not the road buttdoes\ -. I
change }
:' :' keep and replacement costs. I'i hiM' I'lin-nts are not 1i,1( ,! of any
:;I change the manner which you can ride on Jt. It i I I In -.1 ,id,' id/,':'i I and treatment jJ

l: :!:i gives you comfort instead of tiis-comfort. It gives Tires wear longer because cushioned against ,1J I .% t'i i '"-; Hie i'I'lit ral oDlci' and
't'i| H'i i 111141 11.f i ". the child welfare ,Jpnl / -
t{ : you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of bouncing hammering blows Light weight means marked econ : ;; I I' t 41'
';1 i i n' I' h't it ItiMid'' "r lli'.illh"
r. ;: and swaying. omy in gas, oil! and running expense. : I I'I.1 I. I i I .1 ,i''I. r service. The. bonrd.ll

'':; Overland 4's is from : I II I I ". I I. 'in ,'on Mill' !' tlllll with .
The Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Cantilever equipment complete Auto- .
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Plc; ial} tin I I" n i i 1II i! I it fur the trcat- I III
451:; Springs at theenclsofa 1 130-inch Spririgbascgives Lite Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rims I ,ili'.i-a"eM .

1ti: long wheelbase road steadiness. Overland Come in and see this remarkable car. Ask for :.;H4 I" ... .- t

*;;:*' : 4 reuinj a- .. -htm-s! econ- booklet. Overland Touring, $IH5; Roadster $845; m: i LIFT CORNS OH. : 1

I :; omyandcaseofhandlmgorluu-.nch 1 wheel base. Coupe, $1325 J ; Sedan, $137. Prices f. o. I h. Toledo. ; \
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.. Way e and Charlie: Huchunnnn jp in) tic. air which causes the grainto Wednesday for South Florida, whom. S. J. Prescott wan a visitor to Wal.
brothers, who lived in Lafayette county break, somewhat similar to butter they will mako their future homo. We do Saturday. \
News of Florida in Short Pitragropha.i were drown Monday: afternoon n i..rm When the
g. once grain regret to lose this family from our Grandma
.. ,. ..,. .. ,,..,, .. .. Prescott, of Waldo, (pent
i nee -4MMWIIH *+.ef ** r">F-- *tM PMaMJ r *i H-' 1--1 in a lake: near their h.ime, in an attempt tea t i 1111 easy matter to continue nlld-t. the weekend with her son, Levy J'res-

: to secure ducks which had been i : ; at .,)1lInlll it /gets too thick Miss Edna: fluster: teacher of Ziff < .,II.
Live State Newsi shu. and kille.l by an elder brolher'l for the free use of the sticks Tho 8. hll..1 took the teachers examination unl/ehil-
:Mr. :ami Mrs. 1 U. 1'. Lewis
in d tamo near: the can c two .1 I "n t be coo ed to > quickly at Luke Butler last week. While xh.WUH .- +
'' , . .. others, l.sing their lives., 'I he as the result will be candy rather dren <[ll'lIt Sunday afterncat, the
i you g- ubhont't' Ili rinholster
WNYa i o mMMi- ?*www r.aa."MW -* -< - > y nMvw -O- I e t I ro.her swam into the lake for the I i ... ",UuuxM.hdraw! til- home of his brother, J. W. 'wt\
1\J Told by Exchanges. dicks and 1 Le.nme 'atl'l'lI 'I :Mr. and :Mrs V. I D. plllIse,
entangled in \\ i : it ;''l1In"'er slowly .1.
-- I onnets" ( and! call.d for assistance, and and cool otf. treat care should( be snake, ,S. Korsyth killed, a huge rattlo- through: our burg Sunday en route to r
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i.. l'- on CunninKliam'n farm Waldo.
I Wayne, went to the rjsjui, reaching -i u to |11.\ cut the burning of last wct'k. .._ .
y' During October nearly threJ.quar-1: The dates for the respective cities will l.iin'/ just in time to be grasped, by the r p und sugar after the /graining '- --- -
tern of a million dollars! be announced later.W. Charlie and both lost the.r lives together | roccss.Next :Misses I Rhoda and Lomio Thoma! S\ WI' LAHKLS:

state changed hands in Orange county. Two other young! mon were mor ling this thick sift mu- and Avy Starlijr attended the fair at

,\ . L. Strickland", a deputy sheriff/ standing on the bank of the lake when total slio. I.I be put in cotton sacks lake huller Friday. The national pure food laws decree -

,',' of St. Pcurrsr jrg, who was recently the drown ng occurred. One of them, hoir.Mg, '( twenty or twenty-five pounds We are glad to report Mrs. II. O.Kiver that all containers holding! : ; food
\. ? The people of Tallahassee decidedby arrested on \'. e Charge of having tak seeing:' the predicament of the boys, nnd h ii''* u.i to drip. I In n day or so sumo better at this 'l must have proper labels, dcMcribing
,'.' I a majority of CO out of 400 votes I I en $0.000 worth of diamonds from the ntt.nipted to go to their a sistaiueand they wi'l !1'<' dry enough so that the. Lewis, of Louise, spent! Sunday net weight or measure of contents I
,:"' east, to adopt a commission form of personal effects of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. te ama entangled also in the bjnre'.s sugiir i nn be emrtied into n bench with relatives and friends in our and what they are composed of. This

b I" government. I Looser, of Louisville! , Ky.; after they : having to be rcsuced from and werko 1 IpI'Y thoroughly wish: a oection, applies also to syrup !in cans, bottle
I"", ----- 'had been accidentally asphyxiated by drowning by his companion. wooden paddle so Lb'it the day Irig ;ir', ,- :Messrs. 1) 1) and J. It. Thomas attended or )inns when offered" for Sll"Ve .. .",
Michael Murphy, a shoemaker, aged I i tae several months ago, is missing, i e-.s '"a; i oin I c church at Sardin, Saturday and 1 11't, labels of all kinds and solicit
.:-, 47, of Palm Beach, died Sunday from and is believed! to hays committed sui- :Mayor Lang of St. Petersburg, has If the bi itch holding this material Sunday. our custom
,:' ; the elTcuts of drinking wood alcohol' ride. been served with a summons in a fs III u lo..ton, when sunshine? pre

i .8 a beverage. 'damage suit for $75,000 tHud against: vailall day, by keeping! up this
r at..'!' I The seventh annual Suwannee thu city byV.. D. MCarty, who worl,intt the BUII"hin.I.ts as a bleacher :xMs oaflKMXDa 4tGSUtGnIfmRUn>n0 ,

)i.> Center Hill, the bust bean !section in County Fair flung open its gates on daughter was killed in an autamobil.- nu the sugar and the quality and! P t
; Florua has commenced: shipping the Tuesday of last weak under the nr st accident thera last winter. Mr. :Mc- appearance can! bo very rnurh improved. '
I' biff crop of fall beans. Cur lots will favorable conditions and with the best Cnrty was! driving to his home in Iu- Ontrnry! to general cxpe.-tations | BENEDICT-POLLACK & CO.j

tart to moving in a few Jays.: and largest display of those things to vinta, when he lost control of his car the .r'.shine. does not tend to m 'tt .

make up an exposition of the farm, just before he rea.'hed the bridge on the sugar in any wny and this bleu h-
One big day was enjoyed in Miami or'hard.Curd"n Central iii" """e-t: j"'e..y markod, in improving
"' live stock and poultry avenue over Hooker creek. j f WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS
on Armistice Day. Hundreds of automobiles of The swerved the quality. ij
any previous effort/ ever undertaken car across the road and
V l leaded, with ex-service men, in that county. broke through:/ the railing on the The' s\Ve \.l'nini: qualities! of this! f AND FURNISHING GOODS
yi citizens and children paraded the br dge and, fell: into the creek below. home-niutlc ',ug \r is very nHn'hI., -

,.' streets: up to the noon hour. The mayor of Tainj-a has order-d All were severely bruised and otherwise I to tin 'ordinary gnimilVod, sugar. ;

d the discontinuance of the Saberton injured and Miss McCarty sustained .. 1 I OF JACKSONVI1.I F. FLORIDA j
Vr. us i is fast becoming a lumber % I'
3unp factory in the city. It is said a compound fracture of her I
;r center, now! having two sawmill* in' 'he proprictc-r will move the arm and tetanus! resulted from the /I'FF I I
!i. f':!" 1 last and two more that will he !New Orleans. Th:? plant was plant ordered to wound being infected. She di"d l about I extends a cordial invitation to all merchants I
in orerution by the middlu of this! I| loscd in Tampa ten days later. McCarty: claims :' "r'\ ,. 1. "-'. v :il ..r.l\- pi -
on compHint of
't'i' 4.% month. I I < living mar the factory, who perons that the city was negligent.: The city pie of '. .niiiimty, \ nit* 'ded" the. 0 handling our line to call at their of f'i"
n. fated,) that the smells will: claim contribut >ry negligence and' in i : -i, i 'i- |h",| -.
coming from i
,t, I'c. sacola labor unions have pledged :he factory at times: were intolerable. I will contend that the bridge was ynfe. I| K.I.:: J ('l1tI"'iiiitiiiit' nnd family I l"ft ii S ice, 27 to 41 South Hogan St. and receive ,r

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their members to buy only the! actual -I !if reasonable carp was used in crossing I -- -- --- $i a complimentary ticket to the : 1

necessities of life for the next War time shipbuilding, inarksonv I it. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS ,

t 90 days, in an effort/ to reduce the H? nil.. vi-init.. .. ....... program 1m i.. >.,nji.. i
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vfi s Y' ''f 1UJO! has been named as an approx- I I Hams "Bayer" is on Genuine | STATE FAIR ,

Lee Pratt, a recently discharged mate date for the final winding n-i: Following:' is n digest of the Florida Aspirin-say Bayer I
'a soldier, was drowned in a bath tub f the government contracts. Hut as gams: laws which will be read wllhinte.'t I '
adjoining his room in a Tampa rooming he maicr portion of the by local sportsmen :
rcmainHir: | to be held in Jacksonville Nov. 22-29 :
house. It is thought that the I ;
man ork will be completed before Aprilt The following:' only are game birds- c\ a .
fainted as he started to fill the tub is pa'd that men will be lax! off Swan, geese: brant, ducks, rail, enntsmud '
1 And the rising water drowned him. | time I I *;.oowmtDlI'rleC'J11JmQImI1)lltliQIUII\IQIllur1l.rU) ! \ ( > 1G1 1Qj"ICJQlaIJCJajGJCoDml) ( ( :)('WeIGCbfI ;
rom to time, only keening on :!i hens, gallinules, shore birds.
h( i non for the finishing work making a :'plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcocks, I
A burglar did u good day's work 1 rradual decrease. I(I sand pipers, tattlers curlews, UirtVI -=-w. r..aror. -' -. w. .a..w.Sr,wf-
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I doves, ---"
I I pheasants, grouse, i'.n: : : -++ 1'f 1
early hour. The thief visited four | lion. A. P. Jordan, of Punta Oonla, quail. i <
bedrooms while the occupants slept s not finding the of It is :r 0 line i : ii! \
job census enuin- |i a $ > to catch, kill or ship>i '
and stole watches and money and escaped Tutor for the
First Congressional clis. or have in possession any garni bir.i, ',
on an old, stolen horse. A re- 'net the I Insist i t on "PsTcr Tablets of Aspirin"
w, | easy that plumage, skin, then. '
snap some may eggs or nests In ;

ward has been offered. ,, have thought.: The time for beginning except as provided by law. directions, a "Buyer, for parkuRi('01,18, ,, containing r..,m. HemLirhe\ propel, iiif't ...,.--r;.... __ . ---' I'
; sl i: (M work is at hand and he has Open season, November 20lh t. Neuralgia; I.iimli.ign, and. Ithciinmlmm., f II\ ...'" ,.... '
I Two immense turpentine stills, ne- '| only secured one-fourth of the num :March 1 following, for deer, squirr 1 Name "Jlayer" means grninne Anpirinprencribeil f.f--t:, ,,,:, .,... J I
iensitating an outlay of possibly $.*>0- her who will undertake the work, wild turkeys, quail, dove, swan rails ," bv pliymrinnH, for ninrteeayrmrn. ,1! , .oJ.' ''J J ';' : ;"'; ) I/ I'

i 000, one at White City and another at which i ill not hard, pays well and either geese, brunt, coots, sand pipers, cmlews coat few. Handy cent. tin boxes of 12 tnliloU 7t V'.,. Y. i''f\' df IS[ ) JJI It' la..e1:I 'I .
Aspirin M mark ,
Fort P.erce, are to b-: cstablishe 1 and competent men or women can ap snipe, ducks and plover. of gayer Manufacture. of Monuacctiocidnler '. : L;.:1. -' ", .
peratol at once by McNeil Bros., of ply. I Unlawful to kill squirreM in an ; of SalicylicaciJ.SOUTH .1 i I I'I'v'
ta'} Okec.hobe.1: Jacksonville.A public or private park at any time. -- > T K : v rli"r.1' ; : :: ,'"L CAR

The state hoard of health. has set :November: 20() to December ::0( f> I I "
hunter 'wear Lakeland reports aside a fund for the care of the lepers lowing:' for pheasant and grouse IS TURNING 'I ;;! LVIKY\ H1K1)) (JH'NIR I SIMU'LD! KNOW

\ that he saw two white quail in a ,coveyf who are at largo within the birdersof ,) Fine of $25 to kill mud hens, gn''-- chit
the birds on a farm near Lake Gib the state, the amount equalling $2 nules, limicolntc, commonly known ;a< whit! \ ford Service is. and why it is different from :
0 ion. Th s is a very unusual phenomenon per" day for each 1 toper who is a charge shore birds, surf birds< and,I wand '
nGfllSSHflLOMEl dinary, MTMCI, and wiry it in more profitable to "
garage( !
hut states that 20 years ago on upon the county in which ho live". The at any time.It : ,
his place nearby, he saw a covey of money will 'be, disbursed by the sher i i. u $::;v fine to catch' hunt or kill I : I tip (In-I '\ulllOlI/" .) Ford [Dra'er.1__"!111l' Ford Deliit'| is a or:1:1

white quail. iffs/ of the different/ counties game bird or animal between --- -- Ford I III' | of -
t and these" any dir: I of the Big carries a l.irgo sta| ILI (" "
officers are enjoined to k ep the lepers and daylight: the following day s ,! I
Mr. Dodaon, the "Liver Tone"Man !II Ford park for repairs and replacements so you don't have to
An egg plant weighing/: :! 1-2 poundsand of! the public highways and out of It is a fine to kill more than rte \.
measuring 21 inches in circumference any and! all public conveyances.! doer, two turkeys, twenty quail or Responsible for Change .\ wail while he sends for them, and I In-1 uses only genuine part

has been on display at Moore ;.twenty-five binls( of any other !apr- for the Better. I" because: he knows ,the imitation purls aren't dependable and i : ,
Haven. This in said to be only a sample Irish and Scotch liquor, which un- ''eies in any one day. It is a $;,00 lim I !'I don't 4
of whnt'a, li" ""lIi'f r1 on the muck til a few weeks ago commonly sold for to kill more than three deer, ten turkeys iI"'I wear.I 4 i .
I? soil by careful and judicious cultiva $10 to $12 a quart at Palm Bench, is or 300 of any other game bird'pecies Every. druggist/ / in town ban noticed aTreat I II.\ hit. 8 tlmurnxlily P'III'pprI"J'| | li> Ih .mlllul.. H'li'iH' with, tool lli.t en. i f
tion. now scarce at $15 to $IS Demand is in one open season. I falling oil. in the sale of calomel able lilt r'ord..Mriliniiin, lo' elliuenlly, situ |I'.d" nuke' ally repnn---berm / !

large and supply limited., Shine and It is a $i5 fine to barter, sell or offer They all !give the fame reamm.. Dodsnn'c I II I a minor .,niljiHImput' a lomiilrle ovrilinul. And whrn the. work .linitli- I', q.'
Liver Tone In its '
Petitions arc now in circulation and Packenham exist it* is usual here, for sale any game: bird or animal. "Calomel tliinjreroiin taking! and plnen.! people knowIt. 'I i id, lu. !hill icprptpnft .thr r .*ott.l"I lt*. tuiulaul/ pntpt. I 1! s

they are being: numerously signed fn quantities slightly larger than the It is a $100 fine to hunt outside of ." I>o asking: the board, of county commissioners demand although the scarcity of better your voting precinct without a licenseand by every druggist wliii srlhi >what, wan Immrd! llilrlljp to |>ul-wilhm' rah. ennnI, ,, a clfalei I: '
iaq of Holmes county to call anther goods has raised the price a few a $25 fine to change or alter 11 li it. A large; bottle doenn't rent very much I I who would hive more that a |>.MinK inl'rrtt in r'ml irpairt' and .
;; batches,i-lcct..n} river, for the I of tin Chovlaw of )points.prohibition: .. Hough law seas over and the the president'sveto passageor cense. _ h_. _.. *.but* .I'll/or fiiiln.. .uliii.ifi to. give...Knttuu easy. .... relief.and..... ji,in....i...every.110.. .,-.-.. .:, '\'" aif i>iri>airil and" ennnnrr' d lo ri-nil<-i |/mp'l. ....IIIII'n..1. l trtj 1!.I f!' 'I 1i i '., '
purpose vot- tion, just ask hiresyour money buck.IOINOII'M ) j vice Drive, ,n.or '|"'"""- and we'll tunif llrr your tar. [ I1'fe : tG '
ii> mg on the compulsory dipping of cat- caused u flurry in the local mar TIMS WILL BK: !SIT.AU' WKKK: : I | !Liver Tone i io> a plensanttasting i J iii IIi
tie. ket. but it i I" exnected market condi- 1'1' fe ,
purely eietiililn remedy 'liurmlex '
li cr t'oiiw' will be stabilized in a few days. One Hundred and Fifty Ton |III" to both children and nilulU. Take II'!J Ford I Garage
At the special election! held in :Mon- Kenrhed JackhonvilleJacksonville a spoonful nt night and! wake up fei-luig" i J j
, ticello Tuesday the baud! !* for sewerage The L. Waterman: Company the ,'fine; no biliousness Hick ,heiuluclic. ,. arid Ii jia Starke Floriil.i I ; 111
: carried by a vote of 78 to 1. This maker of the Waterman fountain pen. (' Nov !18.-Th" re ",a'< i toniaeh' or 'onHtipuh'd liowi-l- Itdoesn't ,; 1
shows that ;Monticcllo has taken, a will start an uirp'iire' from New York a time when it was twenty pounds ,of> gripe; or ruii-irieoiiveineiirt, > ,all .1 "
the next day like violent riilornel. Tiike "
derided step forward and one which with consignments of their manufwtnroR sugar at 5 cents a pound' but now r "
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of unit
'" a iloHe Lm lay / ttunorrow llllil :; I
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; will much her and will deliver them to d"alTs is to ho apnroximnti'ly five of .. ..
moan ns! to future pounds .
will f'-",1! ui'itk./ nick nod uiuseated.taunt I. -
you ;.;;.;;;:;:;..;. ; ; . ;;;.:;;==.:= ..;;..:; .
r trrowth and prosperity. along: their route of the airline si-gar at 20 cents a pound. Ii.".. u .1/1/ v )
"-'(fr"48. At .TJick.sonvi'le" H. & \;. Approximately, the 'prifixe i ,- -- tI
'oni'itions' ; in Hiphosphat" region n. Drew ('o, will rt.-eivr a consign I IK I 1-2:;! cents a pound., This wi il I> I '.

J err iinl,,) I' bo so nonrly] normal that ,ment. A r't-al of iub ret; is! manifest tided, jeslcrday by the repri'st-tit-itivf.. , :; "'- J DI
'l' :rl do-nity' Unit '.1 States mar- its> this is the first shipment of mer- of the department of justice when in' ''' ''' '

"hnlx. who have boon! ridi 'g phsphatetrnr" rmndis-- t coin dirt from the man-. ,rnfi-renct, with r.V.. Xanng.' of. "/,ming t tt I la
; < into nnd out of the phosphate "fn' tllrpr" in the north to Jacksonville! and Company.For Reasons @ :J ,;

rc:'ii ns to rrnte-t them from'the strikers ,- by airline express. addition to the nnnoi'ivemfii'. " i '.," "J JTAMERICA
i has v bei'n taken off the trains. the price is that the retinlr: \\ II/ ; r.'V c /
!Posses were searching Wo'ltiosdny' have their supplies Wednesday r E Why y. u I slioulJ use : r

Th" rows of th" d--ath of n ! William Crane (!fray at Nashville:: mllr'I"rl'd11": ". Susan H. Clarke at custom house 10rmnlot, o's are comrl, 'f! have born i.t.uvtn In
Trnn., will be received with universal "aiijf/ r'i.T.; ., I \ ,.. -ri -,.d fn- I'd by that time, the supply of agar thousands of tellers from .
sorrow by the Knls-opnlians: of Flor ally Injrrm! :Mrs La'lIl1' ;. ,hall nt having come from Cuba. actual' users of this, mcdl-
ida., His annual visits were looked Orange City Junction three milan The shipment which has come thn. cine, who speak !from

forward to with pleasure and, it was away. I Robbery was the motive for amounts to a I'ttle more than :HOO.OOO() | personal experience. II ...
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results obtained:
on.sidore.l; an honor to furnish him h -th crimes, investigation developed. pounds, or about IliO tons, all of other wo'pen f ht' so bjr ll.4L
hospitality during his visits.! :Mrs.\ Clarke was found dead in her which is now In Jacksonville freight I years have been to many ur.f-! having: been ransack-. yard . . ;, __goad,. why not t.
Suit for $::),OllO() has been filed "d. Her nards and Test wore oounu" -----. ----- IPVIII v.ruur a trios r
against the KryVe Electric Con rid' her head had been beaten In. Mrs. Sn1tLKINr.: ON "KMKII "- iI t14 III } y
I I ran't-> re-over damages for the ,deathof Mnrshall was beaten with a wrench I FAUMS Tale '

Cliftrn Hobrrts.! a negro: boy, who .then ho declined to tell where she. tilt. .f -
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was :tan'ly kilel! : whi'e pinyin, had! hidden some money, and finally Every farmer in the state owning;
thallcgrt'nn! being that he como in disclosed, $SO of it. a cane. patch, shoi'M mace It a pom'" CARDUJThe
contact with a highly charirod, wire to make enough sugar to supply 'hr J4 It ,
.' that was not r.ronerly ins>iilated. Duke n utterly, a white farmer liv- family wo"ts for the coming' vat i
, -- ;inv' 'hr..o mu-'; wst of Aln"hun. was The. scarcity, cf the sugar s'ipiilv, and I I
The 0,500-'on steamship Unicol was in"tint'y' kill! "d by: an known person tho. probable great in nor in, r r WC::;?: J'S TcncOr :! -01" I II

laun ,h-> ,in th-1 Tum-a ship> ar 'I... It rr'; ''nv e- ni-tr. Sh rir: Rams<- was makes it very imnerativi., t'' a' '!'; Mary\ J, Irvin ,,:' I ''I : : mu't rai'-e' more live
is a 0'"e-1, 'u"'ont,1" ship rrd was rnllo'l' end loft for the s-ene lie returned terra rs with eons crops torn dr l > l' Cii'l'-n' V writcr-' : '
SatuMav aftTrioon, with mntt-r of making their; I '' niimtv-T: of horses;
STirnsTI I bv !Miss :MnrvValk"r.. a a n"trro own s'i".u i I ". 'rd II ; '-irs ;, I I''I stl.C
''irrl rl of Krwin. L'nicoi; maSt> newall .Ta 'k 10n. whom Farmers owning kr-ttlt .- f r CTttl 'luJ the world I
high I e t. red u ''U 'i, :, :1cep.; f ; wilL: in
ho ringed! in mail rbnrcrp of manufa-turc of -, I
on n moonliinir" syrup canr r
count1Tnn Two thousand spectators v ''i t i !I..!,' tr .'.'c, he .-- I' has fc-llcn so low that; the 'rcatcst
w.n": 'I\'d the launching. It is re"ortel t that Diuborlyi ilv make ugnr by havmir, c'tat '' > I
i the negrn were I living on a'liom'ng h of the day used, fur. thi- t i ''ir I Idown; pJlnS. hcaJ-! I live stcck shortage in history is upon I I

Ever-its frr October from the port ; farm They. were in partnership; pose ar'ic, nUI'. mC5S. . I Iv.f. .r! us. That's why our officials!' have
of .1a-lwnvlllo ex 'e-ded nil recnrdi mnkin-r "shim1," having a barrel of Tht.r. is nothin-r very. di'fi,' ''ml'the ,m/ : .!J.1 fjo: f for :.h-ro: wectst' ': ( decided! to off"r such
frr n rrevious re'orl In the histiry of buck in a can rat 'h on the Womaekr'a proeeiis. All that is n's.-ir o-.i( bent double . generous premiums
thin 1"ort. A new rc-cH was! also" set -e. They went to run off a rhargo to boll th- syrup down to us t th k \ / :ylubandArent::; to Or. fer the Lest farm stock shown.

In tie> ""moer of vessels engaged: ( in of the hlne," but after ding so ro"si-teney' as possh1cet: , ns'.-,un''J I --- for Cr.riui! . .
fore>n trade a total of eighteen vessels found that the bu"k was not mat"red stirring. di-ring! the whi1" Th'. sh d'I II'r talcing about twobeII.I '
having cleared:! in the month. and pol red it "a"k in the barrel. The l-e dine verv slowly by withdrawing :: : I be-3n:;: (joinjj: FLORIDA STATE FAIR
negro stated that when he went to the fire\ so that instead of boil'nz' the, pq around and when I look
The Fl-rida Ccnt--nlal ExnositionCof"misinn rour the buck bask in the barrel I, he syrup I let it s'm' Inst week adnof'd what left Douberly standing b vtho fire. He mer'njr stage. t7sa couplof --i I k all my work." E- !0 : ,
I Is J-n'-wn as th" "fo'jr i-Itv" plan, and heard a shrt and wont bn-k to ft'd about four feet ""nl'h' as a NOVEMBER 22.29
th "' "-'t'on' will he held in P"nsi- chat' somoino hat, tlr"lIt l Douberly p'o-e' of planed la'h" sti-ks and w",rk! L .

cola .fn-ksonville, Tampa and :Miami. from the fence about 2.;; yard' away. this simmering! syrup by throwing it ..
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' I BAD ItOYS ed over to Hampton Saturday after-
Bradford County Teli'yrapitrnhlixl ; noon.

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i friend of bad boys. lie owns a large Christian church at 10 o'clock. Everybody
-IUjJ-1""'" matter .! the poxt-nflirr .l
+ ranch, and boys who are candidate cordially invited to attend.
Startle FlnrldA. for the ref rm sihool he welcomed to Cane grimlmgs, potato diggings and

=. - work for Ir-n. and through healthful hog killings are now ,generally:: the order /
H: u M \Tl HFWS, Editor imrf Owner. moral I surroi 'tidings and kind! but firm of the day(' in this section. r'M

J. C. KOItlNSON. Associate Editor treatment, h" tries to maKo good car"n Leon Lee, of Baldwin, was visiting yt
ti of bad boys- unit 'Uuci" edit. bin parents at Lakeside during last

And why sh'iu'd he nvt'1 the week.

asr 1919 N( ElnE f91c ante Fa"IIIIc'II'/ I Ilaiford, i is practiced, An error was mac.1 t in last week's .
_ _ _._ __ .1 sy'-tom by no. im-nris new, where th" issue. J. L. King! made his business" 1'
.inTwa": : !i. 'wrnl 1 t" Ui\: mCi TVi ] nnvuts are pit c..n. their honor to not trip to 1'nlatka instead of Palmetto.!
!Miss :Myrtle Collins who is teaching 1
: try to run away and to h"have th.m.I'IVf'8 -
; -'Tl-iIJ i and it wurl so well that whet school! near Kingsley lake, spent r {Ihh
the week-end, at Lakeside with her
few guards are still t employed merely
c 2345.6: : 7 $ art( as foremen and caretakers. :Many parents, :Mr. and, Mrs. J. J. Collins\ A maters v

\ e-; >f these men were hardened" criminals! )I !Mrs. Iva L. Sprinkle, county attendance best pal r

}?: 'I 91011 J2 J3M1516il789202lZ, 1 I out tho'r' by honor appealing th "spark to and divine trusting," foundm in school ofllcrr Monday., was a visitor to our it bit smoke -

;l :i 11 ,, A buy every is human yet in breast the making, win rl'kindl'd'i LAW1KYLuwtey -+ : I 'C-

may be bent towards the : I
' t'r: 3024: 2526ffi28:29: t the bad ; he has not had Nov. 21.-IIcv.: I.V.. Kick- I
; harden Why should ho not Ut re'rm' 1 tcr, of St.trke: preached, at the Law-
'" \ toy liptiht! church the first pint of I
f '! "d through' treatment that develops )
las-t work Rev. <;. S. Proctor of Lake :
AMERICAN his good dualities but keens down : : I ,
Butler also> assisted in the nervinesut t
'Ins'' bad! ones f I
a 1 Y the Baptist church last week.! II
Thenshould( be more me-i like :Mr.Miicht Ii I
!Mrs.\ LouisI.owerv! is spending a
S'nehnuys to the rofirmthere's i
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few days) in Jacksonville at the homeof .

.. hool mtioits' wthtmako. n Iny1::. nd-as,111 her son, A. J. Lowcry., I! ttLet's give 'em our smoke"Chcs.
Misses\ Jessie Futth and F.ldredge
'an""d" ill misdemeanor wnr-.e, and
Reddish returned' home last week Field
hoes who have misbehaved themeKonly .
from Madison where they have been
through faulty bunging' up
attending" the state normal propitiatory
l nvadn' or bad association i veil if I
( they I'ei"jmc thoroughly ,leformed" I for the tone-hern1' examination. I real smoke -Chesterfield. The choicest
% A i Prof. Albert Dubose of the )Lavvtoy
will have a stigma on tin n names\ Iii{'h !:School was a business! visitor I II A of expensive aromatic Turkish tobaccos,
that will! be a handicap through I r. 'I
to Lake Butler last
r Sending a boy to the reform.Jiool is: I week. the finest sun-ripened 1)oulcstieleafblended t
j I Rev II. C. Taylor and, family of i
r a much more serious!! matter' than I method that can't
g i. Alabama arrived in Lawtey the latter by an original and exclusive
sending it man to the pent. "uLiury,
L and magistrates should think twice before | part of last week' and are located at be imitated. "
the :Methodist
they make such a commitment i parsonage1. Rev. 'f1YI / ., '
HEALTH AND A ilc>r was recently appointed pastor of
HAPPY NEW YEAR I Crate Methodist] church to fill vacancy In the blending! of these costly tobaccos

s _____ BAPTIST caused\ by the resignation of Rev. 1 our ex t rte have brought out a new flavor
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The richness surpassing
Bradford County Telegraph and How!
Bible !school begins>) at 10 every The new pastor delivered his first a UK
11 made the greatest display for the P.cti Sunday:; Let all either 't smoked.
morning.{ bring message in his new charge Sunday cigarette you ever
its Cross of any paper in thq< State. We Bibles
Y or Testaments from now until morning to <)uitc* a large congregation
h will wng r UraSforJ tome at near Christmas. There's a reason.B. land I in the evening his second messageto Chesterfields sure do satisfy ; not in fiavt .

D, :..;sn/l; / her quota an any county in Y. P. U., Junior and Senior an extra large! and interested congregation in their
d t conscqui-n. : .-Bronson Times-Dcmo- meetings offer opportunity for willing Ho will preach again\ next alone but in value, in quality, even

i i erat. .. wr workers from ages of 12 to 30. Lu Sunday, both morning and evening.Everybody superior moisture..proofrllpping that keeps!
not overlook Bible
daily readings invited.

r The Starke Telegraph came out last Preaching !services at 11 a. m. and Miss Mae Biggs returned home last them firm and fresh ahvay

''li d week decorated in red. It was a Red 7:30: p. m.Workers. week from Miami where she spent You get
', Cross spc-inl, made possible by ape- meeting at 2 p. m. Nov. several weeks with her sister Mrs. You want "slItiBfy"-that's sure.

f' coal advertising paid for by local business 23rd.Morning Roberts.. it only in Chesterfields.
men. The first page carried rod prayer, Nov. 30th at 7 a. I S. S. Leach of Jacksonville, spent

' I lines across top and bottom and, a m. !several lava in Lawtey last week Jit
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large red, cross in the middle. Finepie BLANCIIARD D. LAW looking after the harvesting of his +

f e of business rnt'rpriRI'-Punta Pastor. sweet potatoes at his farm near Law
Corda; HIM" 'aid.* .
!SAMPSON CITY tey.Mrs.. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville, visited -

The Bradford County TelegraphHays relatives! in Lawtiy the first part
Sampson City Nov. 21.-Rev. Pos .( 4'V
Mr. "loon of Green Cove Springs of the week.
has lost his climbers How's he getting tell, an evangelist, preached here Saturday Miss i Enza Blanchard came down ;; .. -

; up those( pretty autumn evenings and Sunday. from Quincy und is spending a fewdays '- .:':.t ".....".:.":.'.!.tf
r I'nl.iH.n News. Never fear, Hro.Cuerry. Mrs. A. V. Varnes and daughter, at the home of her parents Mr. .. -41': '
Hy the way those climbersare Miss, Eva, spent Sunday here with relatives I and Mrs. A. M, Blanchard. # ,.. ..... \ .., -.Pi.

i being advertised they will be restored I J. C. Ward of Boston Mass.? spent ..,- ".,.l'II' :.1 .-.. ..
Mrs. R. N Cain Lnwtev week and I .j -'
to him before next new Moon spent the week-end several day in last
hero with her daughter Mrs. W. II. this 10Jki'n after his property in- ... ,:

a The Stale Fair at Jacksonville next Sloan -- -- @ll@.mI@ i '1rr ,
week promises to be the best ever. It :Mr. and Mrs Kd: Smith and children "O STI f POTION ?
has certiiiily received, all necessary and :Miss Alma Starling spent k_ ,
advertising in the state press to make Sunday afternoon here. Most", laxative- and cathartics afford ...,- tJ: I!'..w' '

t it a grand,! SUCCI>HS. We note that inU :Marvin Ogden! made a business trip only. temporary relief and should be <<.d. ;'':. .. ..
the way of amusements, however the here last week. ..sod only for that purpose When '

s name old ittraitionsvill hold! the Messrs. Schell Byrd, Frank Reynolds vou want permanent relief take 1/tfJ// ,
hoards l.i t us hope that there will ate ! Marvin Ogden/ and Math Wasitin ("hamher'nin's' Tablets and be carefulto I
least lt-) improvement in the way of of Graham attended the partv observe the direction with each 20 {for 2 2Cc

'c a exhibits. (:Iniiic-Hvillo News. To this at Arthur lirown's Suturdav, night I racVucre, \ These tablets not only move -dm/ the blend .

s we say Omen.q. R. II. Smith has purchased the the bowels, but improve the appetiteand I .
. -- 1 store of J. C. Raulerson and has em- I strengthen the can't be cobit *lr

The 1.V.. W. struck n snag!! on Armistice plovwl! Hogan Smith as clerk digestion.Adv.I 10l
Da/: when some of their Kirby Smith made a business trip r
4 hers fired into a procession of num-I to Starke Friday I l ___.. ..-r" -.... ta'.ww .- ag ,.. r

American legion lit CVntralia Among them /attending.. fair, nt j Ij --l- t

: That wn the time when the pitcher I eke Butler last week were :Mi1--, + +++++++++++i+++++ ++ ;
+ ++++++++++fit f#+++4++++++++++++++++++f+ F++ + M
went to th' well once too often. The Edith: nail F.lllo Sloan Ethel! Warm" + ++++++++

lust restraining' cord which" held( tin Nunn, Brown Bertha Sloan and! Kill

; Legion hll< k was snapped mud now Idmondson.Quito! fur Chills Fever I :
they are i ping to make it hot for' a crowd enjoyed a M, "rOutji<1 35c The Unfailing Remedy 35c
those alien miscreants who> try to d<> : rnrtv at :Mr. and, :Mrs. A. \\'. )B>
$ utroy'thi- liberty and prosperity thBoldiers being the eleventh birthday of th .f and Constipation i
i fought for. Those young met daiiirhter, Kdith.; I _. '
t have long been disgusted with the ;Misses Klfie aid Bertha Sloan nf
leniency of the authorities' towur' tended th" teachers', examination u + THIS COUPON WORTH THIRTY-FIVE CENTS I IThis

those of anarchistic tendencies, and lake Hutlrr last week i
e now being better and bett'-r organized Misses'' '' Addie :Mac and, Jessie BellRnulrrson w ""E coupon is worth ',{15e to you in purchasing u one dollar bottle of A RAPIIOE ( Indian) LAXATIVE

all the time, they will HIM" to it spent the week-end in I.ui TONIC:. This together, with IJ.'Hin: rash is good for a one dollar bottle at the drug store whose nan appl'ars -
that, one way or another the anus with their grandmother, Mrs .7. ,P Jr,7E ++ below. After taking according to printed directions, and you do not think it worth the price you i

try's eneitin-s he made harmlo titer have : J. C. Ra'derson attended th paid to Liver, and Kidneys. We will 1500.00
they any pati"nceVit It will work bile from your system that is poison your pay reward -
those who. while the soldiers wer rnir Thursday night Goodies .. if it gripes or makes you sick. You can eat anything desired while taking it. ;t

fighting! and, suffering for a small pit' Samnson school .stands hii"h w .to TillS COUPON:. IS GOOD ATMITCHELL'S .
tuner, profited by the country's distress the other s-hools of the county ha' -the kind .
jl grew opulent in peace, and, plan 'me won three prices at the fa'r' that m-e-I-t '' DRUG STORE, STARKE. FLORIDAIf

1 tv and are yet clamoring for more Mrs C. A, Youngblood and daocrb! in your < = it is not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist, mail us 65 cents! in postage or a

The Legion will save the country i err Mrs.. If, K.: !Moore ,mart :Mon. Inhere mouth V money order and we will send it prepaid to your address. ,LJ g\.. I
second time :and furnish strength ant with her fath"r. J. P. TFall. .
determination for keeping order Mrs A. K. Smith and rhidr"n! nr -licht, .. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ARAI'IIOE MEDICINE:. COMPANY: ST. LOUIS MO.
where hitherto there has been visiting relatives and friends in Ja fl T. ,,,11J .
} onl) .. ft I M .+*+* t'l' M II M I II I I I MM MMMt .
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weakness and, Indecision "er this week. uits and .r*... I I- -t t+++ I I I I I Iterests I I . .
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1. Little by little Bradford count TIIKRF.SSATheressa. keep you hanging I Saturday from Torode 32.

farmers become less dependent, 01' 'round the. pantry- near Lawtey. over from he has been marshal and collector-J. S.
j; other section. for food.! Hut one o Nov 21.-:Miss MVr' all made with C. W Most-Icy and) came Sunday at his ests for several I 13 ; E. :M. F teh. 9; A. C.
the most ,important food) crops has s .'ersev, of Raiford sent las ware .. 'acksonville spent probably remain 11 ; V. R. Reddish 19.
far been cut rely I"I.t'cI-thi. i with hoe tin-le and aunt. :Mr n1Mrs. CALUMETEAKINQ home here. ter, returning to clerk, treasurer and assessor!
wheat. Some, ..experiments have be I It. :M Hersv.Mrs Mis. Frank Ocnel and her mother early spring. ( Hill 47.

made in th ounty showing not only : J. K (O\vs-| and .""!. rh POWDERthe Mrs! William Thede of Charleston S. Lonnie Harley ald! rmf-n-Charles Dinkins 43
I that it will prow here, but produo '1'. were V's tars to "tnr1"fiur. '< ,safest purest, mod C.. arrived Sunday. Mrs. Thede! has sonville Monday. Edwards, 46. ;
economical kind
an abundnnci' of big ears and heav .1. L. :M"Kwen s e"t Fr'dnv' at La'"tier Tryit been in Charleston several months under hold-over
-dn.e away b k.-d.y and is Frank Green councilmen are G. W.
(Trains. If a farmer plants from tw tnki-ir in tin fair failure*." the care of a physician I the carpenter Enoch Griflls A. M. Blanchard
to five arrextlepending! on the size o Mrs S. R iVnrdnM anti rlo '"+. You Nave when you bay It. nrreatly improved in health. They will last week.A. .
his family i it would yie'd him plentof "mi'r r| and Per v, were vi itor t You save when you UM it. return to Charleston after spendinga -- ---- -
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Hour grit< and chicken feed. Th rtnn Sitnrr' few weeks with I
land should. \lie well drained! and. enrichod c pr...-,.-1, mnil a business t- officially mm have by benrpmved the I Rev. Link; :Moseley of Jacksonville visiting relatives HROMO* of Ira QUININE tonic :and(Tae Iaa.'IverR.ct.: .Is| ) ran be LAXA laira'

the senson/ hi'fore with lot ma o Starke Friday.M If v IMNHI AuthontH was n v' it-ir f fwtev Sumtav.Alex the week-end. I without"cauflinJ nprvouiinrsn. or ringing
h d !r w."."ovr < HbTONLY .
.rc ho
nure. The RlutMtein and, Georgia: Red." w r. '? ?f i irk) -tae! lon' &1 HIGHEST 'ill Howe. "f Gutm.lie, was visiting Toe Jn< kn ,
would suit ocr; soils best.! The, time of iii rrti'i'M, ,of f."inhl! time mil i relatives' in Lawtey Sunday returning !- : 'ness and anent -. --

,planting is from the middle of Ot- "f test wi1"1't in the. ,'veiling In his car, ace I, herej : A COLD
her to the middle of November. The < :,4-q TV,..., and ,?n'h, :M\ F\\ ,.. 'iflirtiu omranit-d hv his sister, Mrs. A. A. j j Davis was" !

best v.av to plant it would> be mi, I 1.\ fulnd! I attended! the fan' mith.. and :Mrs C. Terre, who will in kit.nville' the ..
ill is
7 often
ridges, like many farmers plant tln-ir I n t'"r' f'r'.Iav.' : c'1'i i,-end a few clays in that city. you .. answrred-
oats, this insure" d ;\I''. rrlae Randal) was a visitor to I.t"'k Will'um. it's onlv a "IJ. as if a cold was
B" i p arc! !In tit > VI-I I "a IAa'-nn a"d F' ?i 1- n :Mrs J I) Oi"E.
soil, ,good:: drainage' and more freedom,! 1,'" wrri! sho" nln'{ i j'I "far1' it ." I Tj", sonvilli. Saturday. I visiting, relatives' of little consequence but
from weeds.! As thc generality o' Mr "P-1 >'-s If I D :MI"! T'', MrB. L, Blanchard and littlelaughter dav.W are beginning to I"arn that a
H. Fdwards., cold \is a matter not to be
farmers .. visited relatives
are unwilling to try newcrops /IV for I nCr' in n'sncn s. Helen I
we ask our big farmers to set "**'iM'.'' tnln, th"t his; ;i"f1nH II' Putnam. Hull and :Melrnse during! last man: had the with. that some of the most
an example by planting a few ucr Th..,' at",1' "I i t the fi, n"'r'd. r week, I arm last week diseases; start with a cold. As
seas'! i'rnirn.; ..nfiio Frdnv.sf Mr: Tunis Marr'' visited. relatives in The election of as> the ..first* tndr-ation. of a fold
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now to do so, but if suitable land, 1 i" II i '7.. Q-M'vnn !s-"nt Fr'-Is" i" In' Highland Sunday.i of I awtnv on t" 'nhn.tain't Cough
not nvailnbe! it would! be better to Butler, taking! in the roiinn. fn-r i Hu} -r. of fJnineitMlle, has been j Ilv although the ", Remember that the sooner
wait until next fall and in the \ rrrt'. roniresod r' rI..I| ,.".I TeI r I ailed at pnstor of the Lawtey Baptist friends were on get rid i t voi.r rnld the I 1-m the
time have the wheat Innd well menn'I'I I 'T'-i;' .'. :Vrtl /1-" K-'h: \ (.; n' 'toteoe ] church fir. the ensuing year I The vote follow: ; and this rerredy will help yoo
pared. Iwleside returned to Lawtey For mayor W. ; it off.-Adv
v and ""ra M'Kwen: motor J, D Randall



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.Stringfellow, W. W. Baisden.Mrs big bone Poland China boar; prices I It
from $25 to $:Ii;. Can be seen at i
: E. W. Stewart and children my farm. If. L. Brownlee Starke!,

II Bits of Local & returned from :Monticello Sunday, utter Flu lt-7-tf. t ,
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spending several days at the homeof '.
her parents Rev. and :Mrs. C. \\'. FOR SALE-Cheap; Duroc male hop; ;
I. I1'"man :Mr. Stewart was. called therein I IS months old; extra large stock. G. RIGLEY .
1 Information f . HI'count of the serious lilacs. ofh I i C I l.ce Theresaa. Fin. ll-7-t:!
i father! but we are triad to state ,
that his condition IK much improved.L.idie.s' FOR SALE-IS months old thorouA'hbr F
r.fwr. : M6. da..v tr.I I.e.... i (>Duroc-Jersey\ boar. Will, sell 1 15c

.. Tricotine md ..JerSl'HI''se. >' cheap. Charlie I It. Cooper Starke. .
_. J 1 1Cuugh 1i % $I..00()<) to !$f::7.-i). .it 1II.:11-4t-: a package
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Syrup, 2Ic-CASON'S.); ivarez I farm west of town. Saturday' FOR t.f--lJavih: double barreled h I

----- night twenty clowns with the Rhoda I shotgun ; 12 gavge/ ; hammerlo before tbe war
John Forsyth has moved to Jack- Will sell cheap. Good as new. PaulE.
I Royal Circus do
not "basque under theIspreading
|si.nville. I I He'dCroll" Liver Regulator, 20cICASONS Canova. It.
I DRUG S1ORE. I chestnut tree, they both
| tOil and spin original wit so funny
Rev. Claude Ross went to Jacksonville |
when it chances to penetrate the
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grant, of Jacks dressing rooms even the horses laugh. I PECANS-All grade and varieties. a package "t 4
-- sonvile, have been visiting at the vend for highest market
This circus combined, with Old Buffalo samples 5c
Serge 60c to $1.75 at Stump' home of :Mis.: Orait's parents Dr. Wild West is due to exhibit hen quotations... Nottcr Candy Co.,
and :Mrs. J. O. 1 lav HIM. soon Jacksonville\ Fla. 10-17-81* during[ the war
Miss Addie Uaisdcn spent the week

l"nd in Ja,ks, "nville with friends. I G. W. Baisden, who had vislh'd'rl.'latlve. I i II. Boreo- of JUl'ksonvillt'J f HAVK: FOR 1 TR.\nn--Ow iron-1 piano 1

'' .. here, returned to his home, town the first of the week, was coming in I rusting $150!! (>, for town hIts or
Mrs. J. C.' '' '- spent several days Jacksonville, Wednesday. He has a here acreage, either in town or county.
to about ,
lin, Lakr Hull' I lawe :.. good position and m doing well. yard. When see he arrived starting ho found u lumber the !Mason, the I"ul'lliturclall: Star!.". lJ.c a package : .
---- 11-21-tf.
I property he. had! in view had already, i i i,|
Men's I Iu .--.. Shirts, $1. to $2.- If you hear ;pistol, shots in Starke, been leased to :Mr. Wilson, of Mississippi : VI
|50 ;tt Ht ump's.Mr di.n't. get e\t .'', d. I It is not l.V.. W's. for a lumber yard.-Wauchula FOR SALE--.Jersey (cow now milking NOW .r
i invading the town only .the marsh Advocate. snot,! will !III' fresh( again in :March, ..
F. A..S rott spent Friday in shooting dogs/ that are not providedwith I with heifer yearling sired bv registered ,
Joeal.i. with fr:ends.Oeorire muzlcs.iro i Jersey Male.\ $1 SO for the two. .'
i J. O. Fralick has been dismantling I
--- - -- tier them at my farm east of Hed-(
C. White\ spent| Sunday in 1"I'W" ')ds arrmnu: e'l'rdI. : .\' his sending hardware its store this week and I I I I brnnn Springs L. A. DavN, I Route THE FLAVOR LASTS
Tampa visiting, friends. at Stump's. contents to )Dunnellon, | 1. Starke. 11-11-21
I __ where he will open n hardware, store' .__ _______ i
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:Model! Auto Top Company. Upholstering and reside in the future. The many "FOR SALL'--dood: (porn $1,HO per I
The Pagoda! Gift Shop : seat covers and painting. All Starke friends of :\1 r. and :\1 rl!. Fra bushel (per barrel in ours). Buv I SO DOES THE PRICE

work guaranteed. 1725: Main Street lick will\] be sorry to lose them and from my enter, II. II. I'arnionter! ,
666 Chill Tonic. 2Ic-CASON'S. Jacksonville.I, :M. Leviton, Proprietor. hope they will thrive in their new at my farm east of Heilbronn,
II I'! 11-21-at. II | home. Springs.' L. A. Davis, Route I, -
A carluad of new car for the Ford Starke.

t!rafje arrived Wednesday. j I ;Mrs Flora Clower Scott spent )I II I' See our line of Ladies': and .1 I \.
Children's Dress Hats. All FOR S.o\I.E-Two story house on lots
---- I I Wednesday and Thursday in Brook. are .
E. C. Scott of Jacksonville, spent ter I j assisting( the sewing( iltih there in exceptional values. Stump's. 1 and :3. block 7, Starke. The house I
unday here with :Mrs. Scott. preparing their exhibits for the State !' would cost more than I ask, for the t.
| Fair. I'I|I Walter McLin candidate for state place. Sold at a bargain. $l.!>0t) t.d

W. R. Williams of Lake Butler, treasurer was a visitor to Starke last only. Write to S. E. Rnybon. Hnh- I j

'1 van. in town Tuesday. Rev. B. K. Thrower, of Tampa, Thursday, afte1' McLin has cock Ga. 11-14-31 4' 1 ""f '.
preached an excellent sermon at the resigned from, a clerkship in the office r'
of the of WANTED To buy, Fell on commission !
while secretary agricultureand or -
Methodist in
church and town -
Holiday OfferingsFresh was the guest of :Mr. and !Mrs J.V.. will devote his! time to making( a country produce, ('hickt'n"1 I _
I White. i thorough canvas! of the state in the eggs, vegetables, I :
Cedar Key oysters daily at -_- interest of his candidacy.Spoci.ilw etc. Prices on request. A. E. Sur. ,

|Handy Brymer's 1O-3-tf. Mrs! J. R. Garris., and daughter lift rency *801 I Florida ave., Jacksonville I'
Monday for their home in Philadelphia in thin paper fur Saturday. Fla. 10313m. I : 1 ,
Louis II. Hill of Lawtey, real eeU after spending several weeks in !Monday and Tuesday only. Cason's. l I''I,
> agent, was in town Monday. Starke with her mother Mrs. C. P. I WANTED-Colored, family to rent 40. '
Cason. I :Mrs.! .E. C. Scott, home: demonstration acre farm, 10 acres cultivated. Rental !
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell spent Wednesday I' agent presented, a very creditable free for first half year. Inquire (

and Thursday in Jacksonville Ladies and Children's: Heavy: exhibit from the club /girls. of the" of John Friego( Law ley, or owner, : ;. .
{shopping. Coats at Special Prices. Stump's. county at the fair at Lake Butler last Paul Engel:: 1811 Roscoe St., Chi. I
week. On Friday morning she assembled cage III. 117St. \.

M. Oliver has moved with his family Mrs J. II. Fields and little son, representatives, from the various \
to Oak, where he will work in a Charley who have been spending clubs and gave a program in the FOR SALE-10-acre farm about one t
|crate mill. I some time at the home of !Mrs. Field's, auditorium of the High Srhol building I mile from business street in Starke ;irr .
parents Mr. and :Mrs. Robert (Powell, under the auspices of the fair as I on Starke-Melrose road; 8 acres Under '

Men's Hats, $1.50 to $1.00 at i iHtump's returned Friday to Jacksonville.. sociation. Several speakers' were to I I cultivation and 2 acres in pasture 9rDiJtttDiDiaSDSDSDtDOitDSUtDtOUmiOtDIDtDIDtDtDNtUIOnIDtit, < ! ) DtDtDtatptUNcUtUtJtDIDtU\) ) \ ) lbbllll\imtll\I1I\\) \ \ \
---- address the meeting.Ve I r IM Ic I
new wire fence o-room house;
; ;
I ('oillat("'" Cashmere Bouquet Powder /c Ii i
6 It
i 60 pecan trees bearing; 2 deep
lion. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, 2le' -CASON'S( ; DRfG STORE.. \ have a full line of; :Messa- wells supplying abundance of rood, : 6 '!
visited his brother Hon. A. Z. Adkins, lines' Georgette; Trope old; and water. One of the best small farmsin t, Buy where you save money--- ,
I Wednesday. II The first indication of the cool season Fancy 'olors, also Crepe doChines I I'loridn. R. R. Prcvatt Starke. :4> '
was the arrival of an umbrella and Taffeta. Stump's.
A. ". Lo and fame I y mutond to I mender In... town .\f..> Its.n* ktntrul' .--- -- I 10-31-lt: I Ill n , II tJ .
IGaiiiesvilIc '1 ue day to see the Alach- that men of his crnft had not yet unionized On the Si'ndav, preceding Armistice | ----- -- -- ----
luu county lair exhibits. Day, the Orlando,! Memorial Post No i FOR SALE-:L'5-acre farm three mates' Ij we save YOU Money !
held | west of Raiford public ICI
19 of the American Legion, \ a l.awtey on
I Bradford;; Hotel is boasting u good. uutiful nv-monal; !service in honor of road Good 1 buildings; two gooif f

New, Unique, DifferentSome run of custom. Mrs. Una Duke, th! the seventeen Orange: ('ountr''1I11 | ..toprtetress, sets! an excellent table men who gave th"ir lives for their good. fence; one acre good strawberiv ,It ( .J
repairs have been made in tho and, the rooms are clean and comfortable country in the worl 1 war. On this roll plants, ; farming implements an' 1j
IpOHtoilici) which adds to ltd appear. of honor appears the name of Lieut buggy. Will sell at low price. II. Our Stock is new -
"nce. Richard, Rav "White who was rais"d, i S. Norman Citrn, Fla. 11-7-It ::1
I I Elmer Lazonc spent the end, of the in Starke. but spent two and I a half -- - :1I I
Jos. E. Wilson of :Mobile Ala., has In .t W"ok in Starke.' :Mrs. Lu/.o-e and years in Orlando as u member of the TOR SALE:-N. ('.. !>'Jnt'in,' or Flotilla . I Our in the wholesale
been -.JH ,nding s. viral days of this tho other members of the : bar of the Seventeenth! Judicial, Cir Runner Se -d IVnmts. SeedreantitO iI: experience -
we LK IIItal'i,1' on business. aggregation are in Ja .k-' cuit. ', ) are ex-e'-dinglv foo arre 9"-
I sonvdlcand will soon go farther south. 1 cure ell ;you will n"dIt/ "enrlie,1KI 4 drug# business enables us I II
Syrup Corks, I3c; per I 011.) C.VSON'S ci.oTiliM! F.FIIFII> i IOU\: -cnooi i, | !<"n| J li- rnomen'. We have /a IlIn'Iu'II
----- The ladies of the :Methodist church CIIILDRKN; I IIJru such Iv of the Florida. Runn"rs nn I 8:I to know 1 hovv> hen and
MiJ. E. Gutt. h went up to Jack- are. oflVrtntr' them lit te i cents l I"-t 'It'
will hold la/anr
[ the
a on Friday, 1lth l!
[.onvill( Wednesday and while there of December, in the Fut h building< ro'd Count\'s ntt>.ndnnee officer I pound.50, f per bushel ) f. o h :; where to buy.
I was a guest of Mrs. Charles R.I Hnsey.Ji Fancy and useful articles will be onsob' Mrs I\a Sprinkle; has reported. to Lowell Fin. Send in voi r order" t'- }11.1
.----- : the Woman's Club of Strike I day. They will not la t Jong. IIT lt,
also choice; food( the kind to be
fl C<.nnc r has returned to Lake) announced later. many ,school children throughout thecounty lla'l ('0.. LowII Fla. 11.'-'l-H. f'f't
Butler, and will make his home with are in n"1or\ warm cloth'ng: '
his grandparents, :Mr. and Mis. L). E. I i i ;Messrs.-J.-F.-Kit-kilter---, -of :Stetson to wear to school, The Woman's Club : tlrv-r s I .astees.! + .>Dl! roo. ,1'I I' \He\ Pay C Cash

L. Connor. ,, University JK.: Pcrrvman Allen requests the public to assist them inl '....ur..* ''talUvunt n> tty toy Jft1J.of .n.1. .d ;
Cunovn, .J, hn (Powell and'Horll"c Wilson supplying this need. Please send rU I lilntt. the Iti'MMl, > .. t.*inVrnntrlsndlinlffrrrs If'e. ... )tll.naiac g
,,,,. .,. ..,.. . ,
Men's Dress Shoes: $5; to $10 from the University of Florida, new outgrown or worn clothing to '> u
at Stump's. :Mrs\ R A. Weeks, or lciihone lieu I' -- -- -- ----- ---- -- -.
: :
niiinesvillc" spent the wi "k-end at :
|,: mid .she will, send for; the article, ) >r:+mt9Cirtrt; ; .g'xttCtmt. rmnt'tnn M'W1r'J"'"+
Sturke We% Sr.II fml
at their respective! homes. I Cash
Col A. Z. Adkins and family spent - -- --- ,

several days lust week in Gainesville Just armed. A new line of !\fr..J E: Wilson, spent seternl'hn Ii

as BUI'it' at the home of :Mrs. :M. E. Lade) Suits, $12.50:; to $50.01)() ()() lust week, in (Gainesville: visiting her S. M. DRICCFRS, Lake Butler/ is' ---o. ;,.... ........-- -
EdwarJs. '''at' Master' Mrs. S. 'I. Dell.) '
Stump's.Hon. Aunt for ,< f'J
-- --- --

Mr- Alma McMillan with her little I I and Mrs. N. A. Blitrh who .CLASSIFIED. Valdosta!' !Va rUe Wcrks :ul Our lessV :
son and little Charles Ahearn, spent have teen visiting at the home of i ig expenses are e .

took Wednesday in the big in Jacksonivlle.circus. The boys I their Mrs. II.daughters L. Brownlee, Mrs.a.dtrfi.J. : E. Futch T. N. ADVERTISINGONE f vice Years-Latest of Sati Designs factcry to serf it-- J save the salary of clerk bookkeeper I I:

Lirnbaugh; returned Wednesday to
Dr. J. J>. Tomlinson came up Tues their home in Tallahassee. -- - - -. -- I led frrm. t I and delivery. \Ve have
day from Dunnellon, his new home, mtDrstesacmmax"x.a
rrvr WOlf "nit rata ISSUE.CAall :
for a final winding up of his business! :I Former students of the Florida; University 'IN ADVASCKArfvprtl : no )losses---we get the money .
here. II ..n.nta 'Innrrfril anrfrr thin) h..d. ,i' .
Gainesville! arp invited, to be ,. . ... 'r--- --
I .n. ht 1'.101 l 'In rfvanr N" *.rll. m'ttt
its guests Thanks-riving Day. A great 'n, "". Inftvrtfnn .rrrfilril lot Ins than 11'' i.UFFINS t.AS't:11' 1 1. f before the goods go out. ,
Further Particulars .reunion I is planrcd and there will be -- --- And a full line ">'
I I a big Inner; and amusements of var- WANTED\ Salesman to hand'emod! l I IUnsprt1kpr
Next Week I ious kinds. I,,I, territory. Simrer Sewing Mnrhine !' : Smn'lf"' I''

I I ____ _____ II i I Co., Gainesville Fla. 11-14-lt. Automobile Mi'iir-- r j The TiislofiTir (iuls Tht! Benefit(
I ]' I
Tuesday evening! :: :Mr. Leo Cunova MOTHon Imnil Th '.,..' ..
!Men's ; ) ::17.)0at ; 'W.\ :: :
Suits $17.30 to $
pave n musical performance nt the : :<-TEn'\hout 15 barrels of new vice at the lowest! 'pros' .. -'*!.... ,.. I II
Stumps.Prayer i 1 Gaiety between the picture corn. In answering give:: (lowest ..... .
I I Songs. / ware rendered: and :Miss thOWS'1 I price... II. I. Stevenson, Starke. It. "Upn'I"" r', h.PV) ral''to nr.Rec1isterN1 .
m"eting! :: will be held at the I "
Canova r>lavv. | some fine I
)home of R. L. Drew, on the J. "1. Al- the piano. Both performers were ap-I I I FOR SAI F-15: gilts and; voting sows: I ) Emhrole"IeWITT : M

t.f AotS-- f2 --- --- [ lauded-- -warmly.- -_.- -- I'I all fine immune breeding to stock cholera.of Duroc Geo. A strain Gardiner -, { : ( C. 101\r.-\: Scott Drug Co. ; i :
: I
't ? ;Vcn's Flannelette Shirts, 7."c:; Starke. 11-7-tf. .1 ark .. ,
f ) 'ACI at Stump's. j --- - 1
7Jr jn
.1.111 'II
1l I [ FOR SALE Cabbaee plant $2 SO I"" 2 .1 .

/ MILLION II P r">-."r'. is jnH.i.fpnt: over the I per 1000. J. W. Staf. Wnl
li ZIT LAST YL./-H way sheriff officer disturb his coon I 1I-7-lt ..J
I trans wh'le they search for moonahine I .
?J : ;-n th" HP. ...aif thny < FOR S\JE-Ten brood now bred to DAVISAfrency
.. don't desist he will set .some bear -'tni a uirlsur>IfIfIltff'I1'r.l1'fIaltllJjrJlcDtl'D; !! ' ( : Il'l'IItOCJMm/IIQ/D!) <:'CIIfJtfcI"tDt: !! lDome, ;
GA LAA.!? Qvil'-'iii traps. for them. ': THIS MEANS!I YOU -- ---
I I Est. J BB6 ..
FW1'(01: :; / ".' "Mm ST.\K\H-: : n throe floors of th<- createst r"b-
Kin-lax 1\"!ne. end m-..-**' Remedy When you get tin with a bad tast" I iris; I..r f
fatorv In the world his domain
N Jra : I 48c-CASON'S; :; DRIT :STORK.Amrn" ; I in VOLT! mOIth.I dull tired) feo'inir. norelish INSURANCESTARKE -rn-ng; !I': n-r-i. \Ir. Taylor hu
I for fond and constiiatod.von .
.- .. are M frs V. n Tt' .. '01'.1.. .','nft' a lot of machines in charge
r'rt th" Starl-p: people! whn at- may know thAt van' n<""1 o laseof
-. . .. I 7er'j- I rprdPnntpc. ; Bros, circus i i" Ja"V. I I| Chnmberla-n's; TaK'e..s. Theo not :o.r."JiJ( n->!rmrwr- :f"s the T..II"rrn..1trro n.. r 'r"u cnlinre" the Tl'/llfrltph/
-. --- ' ti.-: T he 8""vilI.'ndn""av| wean.: Mr. a*'dMrs onlv cause S" agrppabl. rrovpmpnt of A'-ron' O- Nfr" < regularly. and eagerly read tho rows'of
\ l h . V 4 I B. !Hoiiion Mr. n",' MM:\ N. I II Ta"- .. ei'd Prnd'ord I'nunty.1: ,...
!!. I : L. E p-"prtf"If! M. J. E. the bowels, but cleanse and Invig..rntethe
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r r- r ? w i n Taylor her best wishes her
"r" ( to
(. ) : Futch. U. D. Miner J. J. Truby, II. ...t'h and improve the digesn. : I friends
Mr is formin'iin .
/Al'Ce.r.. C. Richard. W. A. Bessent Jr. Will .-Adr. are contented llnpson many here.ZSTZILI

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': t ,I. orvn IFII'.IMFMI.. : STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY vOVr"ltrtT.T' "1 .
a P \ i fa.C': -. --
ANNUAL:\ CONVENTION:" OF dancing and some special entertain cnne. -

"( : Overland 4 Afte . 'J I e ior' Actual LIVE STOCK_: ASSOCIATION:" ment on another evening. Mrs. Ki/zio Denton, who has bun,'
i" : I I The men are urged to bring their spending few days with her brother ':
w ; Will Be Held in Orlando on December mothers, wives or sweethearts, for Jim Benton, returned *o M !' \j{,
: Demonstration i .rc'ul'y 1 : Anounced/ 10. 11. 12. the women are entitled to a vaation, Hue's Sunday.

( and they are as vitally interested in :Mrs If. L. Edwards and r i'II,,
__ Announcement he en made by development of the live stock industry were guest(! of II. M. McRae Thur r7
\Ir t Unusual Publ'c Interest Has officer of the 'loria .at'?: Livestock: through eradication of cattle ticks, afternoon. im.
I f -- As -oeiation that the e'ghth annual control of hog cholera, control of bov -
!' Been ( ? ) t'Ii'. AIO: '.I increased \11'In" Mrs. John Thornton" of,t
: v : convention will be held in Orlando on DD tuberculosis! and production -
v Latest ( ) I :Starke, visited at the home .uf
'ftJItt'f 1 ]I'
- ,,:= December 10. 11 .and 12. of milk on the farms, as are H
Bryant Sunday.
1'' NEW TYPE rs '' The social features will :In 'lude u'i the men.._ Part'st at Crosby lake Sun --9---- swill
: tar.., yp at tumobile ride tendered by th0 -
: : : | 'lando( hoard of Trade. over some of CROSRV LAKE
I : :Mert Newmans was a visitor
Three Point 1 US Orange county roads to a numb of -
A Introduced I .livestock. farms, includi ..ftho: fam',us Crosby Lake, Nov. 21 'he :farmers station Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
) James Laughlin estate" a banquet at of the! section are busy' digging potatoes and Mrs. Stobo were guest ..
tat .t. i i the Country) Club, to be followed by and getting: ready to !grind! the home of P. B. Bryant "Sunday
4 , BIG CAR l > _
: ..
--- --- --
1 .i 1 t Willys-Overland .\ :

t.. Are the Greatest; ( I ,
_, ..
+ In Motor Cars .au I. i
), Pneumatic r

tyr k Tho Overland, 4. POINT ., 1 dI
iur ''rf light weight I a.
'% 1 the public has been

t' pp y It automobile intiotluition shows wens ..' I 1&r/ ( II

1 has been placed
!PUrIo: by the 1 I
I The men" and ( >> I
the Overland i \\' '
f of the visitors to ; it lhA
in u thousand cities, I
lets of tho United

I pi.ny's dealers, from I n 1
nia, und from" \Va
o a now have un dual lay
$ the new models c/.L/ ) I {
i liyg 'u 1
ill{ "lha iricutest' :
jog comfort since the I I"V
.4 piiL'unuitiv tiers." I I
Now T) pe of J 7 ;1
i This improvement II by
three-point I I

;, erland usually 4 grateful makes a in I \' [Having Whipped tho KaiserLei's
on tho visitrr.; It was
,, r suspension, howevr, 1

a the is a attention combination of or : ---- Jf : ldl Go After Satan Now
i', ;
i that havo bel'n. used \ of having produced a car that _
I ', vantage in : i > well on any road.
4 :4 "First, that of ; : I ., Kcoiiumy.: The new springs!
ord. the flexible protect:: the car from road shock as
tion. make possible much lighter weight THE
I hence a great saving in fuel and
The luxurious
\..... plant, and
spring furnish the comport simple. The
'1' ately understood and ; ,:" "" and cleupi"ess" | of design be
' is thus. feature which the ready m-cessibility to all Baptist 75 Million Campaign
Overland '
Ii weight, that degree. :New" (Quality! :Standard;
I --( uulty. Specifications in
and security
in high-priced, .. I <' that the Overland 1 has been
,. But this is only : ( in each part nf the finest H'e'l N
1 tures in Overland, I i steel-alloys. The lar's parts! havi-
Il'' Willys-Overland (' : ; .. machined within the closest pos Represents the five-year program of
success! in gixing the limits, permitting u quality of

standard The actual of riding,creation(' ... product., equal InxpeHion to! that of starts a hand at Southern Baptists for combatting disease

steel mills where the ha-
began more than two company
; .
last two years, have , :\ heat. expert of stl'el.metallurgists and, I the inspection! to test ignorance, error and sin from our
testing and perfe: ; ()( only with the owner driving the

the stand cnr.ten Hack years of of its I'I away. The stuck: reaching the, home territory out to the ends of the
tory is thus all first grade through
fa.turng and t'n inspei' tions. This itself is
I n
in giving the public M"I
feature in automobile construc, earth.It .
For tho immediate
\ ) .
\ / The body Is all-steel with an
a production of !' enamel finish. The con I
t Willys] hns ,. .
i is simple and the balance of( the
sources! of ,the Irrt"s'( been designed light weight./ represents challenge of God to
4 puny. ITnuHii.illy Complete Equipment
which will assure! the ,I His make
mies in \ -Itountiful and complete : people to a worthy beginning
/ In every detail from de
a, Ideal iuide I
rims to Auto-Lite starter,
lii-idmg the ,' I and horn, the equipment of the toward the occupation of the new fields
markable new ear : ] ,I appears to have been
ideal of a motor car !: with a single view of comfort
,. h'ne; with the economy I :: :;, lonxein.-.u; ', combined: with long He has opened up, as well as a fuller cultivation -
all the comfortable 1 t ( i ''. All st at cushion s, which are
and the stamina of the I ", like those in a pullman, in those
have been
pensive automobiles. I to part i is! unusually fine. The car entered
'I ear of built-in .! I ; t iihoHtred|, with the luxurious
i free the owner from I I : 111111 Divan springs. The wind before.
s keep expenses. This \ ] | ; is slanting rin vision.! The one-
the company claim?, : \ top curtains and,' cushions! arc
I''' Ovrrlnnd. Company; ... : ". The horn button i is in the More than a billion people have never
e eating! thre'-tioint i of the s'>-ering xvh el. The con,
a s -r'nr: ) seating j I ... are all named on u key' hard
. from the conventional ] coxxl in I stunt and. ready reach heard anything of Jesus Christ. The needis
springs ,rorn'lel the I I11
ng In all (h c-r'and 4 impresses its
\ New as this staring i " as hero ; a motor t'1&r'lIlue of I
7 '. it is int-resting to I"" I 1, ; i ilKtnictivconifoit, ... stupendous. The response must be
.' sign bus Je n anTrvel l : )' and 1 I'tvivenience. It .on.'II1).1! I
nf'itmitivi, En: -! (' I I I ', in four body styles: A liberal. This is
., C"I I your greatest
Ho'ere the final ad opportunity -
i at $1\: ;;>; coupe at $l.)2."i:): ;;; uur-
t. spri ITS recial brt"- ; ':1 ( car and road.-ter at 'f;> l.;. f o 1 I. 1
d r jr" u ,,-i wore ri $ to aid in the reconstruction of the

1.Iin I- \. .\Olt.N;COfKSKS('KMENT: :": () :: ( : ; ( Tilt: REASON: :" WilY, I world along sane and moral lines.

f .. cl
IU ( fiiicn: Which Fa plains
: The drive ,
for I
The annual ten day Efficacy of 101 Tonic cash and five-year
; farmers will be held ut .. are three important ingre
agrHilturJan., fi to ::? in Dr. Williams 101 Tonic each with which -
unnonncemt-nt will .be of which has! an important duty. to carry out this pro-
terest by a large ] are Jjinine Iron and Mairnes!
ovrr tr-o. state who quinine in the tonic clears the gram will be made during
the course. of all Influo'nzlmalaria, or oth-
Thorn ere no (' germs. The iron builds up e
no t1 ition, no foes. rich, healthy, !strengthening blood b
Four separate and : : puts stamina into the weakened It
arc otfrr'd and are i and! I the magnesia acts gently Victory Week November 30 ((1
e .....1rllv| I'> m-et the : :! liver and! bowl( I I., cleaning!: away -December 7 I
bv'1 i.-"" "1'.1| woman accumu'ated, poisons. nit
in the grove, .! combinati-n is of known a
far the treatment of C ills, ,
1. fours- in nnima' i, ,
rime I'V'ver Chills, Influenza,
prr"-p! | n"riilture.. Enlist with
chle, I .tllr -... rrn 'Ii I : ) Malaria.' last yerr's Infli-enrn eni-; now the Baptist church aI
otBervn'ion; 'tri-s..1! \
the !IlI'1: s of lot Tunic mcreas-
crrr, nnI i cola: for n. t I of b
community and
hogs.tirn in dis-ast-s of h.r ( : .,..ty 500 of the rem value cent. of This this! i is remedy rr iof, your ready to do a u

: : the treatment of "Flu." At the in
worthy part raising u
:2. C'< rsin po < s'gn of "flu" or malaria use! Dr
Ie-Evil' s. practi e ,pen 101 Trnlr. A :123; and 50
v tlon tr'B' An '
bottle be
( 1 I may procured at your
+) the dotn'li of pOIlI' 1'"- : I !' .
idfi Sneciul i '.." no s>. bltitutel.Atv.t.I .
jucl {ll'g.J f
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:t. Course in (' \ :- j I,I Mabltual Constipation Cured "MILLIONS FOR THE \ fn
.prn-ing\ machln-rv. I in 14 to 21 Days! MASTER"b
ratTV work and ; -FOS, WITH! PEPSIN":" IsI specially-
shot... of to! di"eus! ,l>>v rupTnnic-Laxatlve(or M ibiiun
ri's treeA, study (illllion. I: relieves promptly" Ini 'tl \:
: \ !,! be P nk'n, regularly! for I 11 In Jl I '-"
aft n"rv. : ;.h! ,'r r action It stnnn.,, I l
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i hat love mg. the most likable cigarette you '

ever smoked. You can prove that I Simply compare i

Camels puff-by-putf with any cigarette in the world at .
been tcld
for a lost world has never to a

any price 1 Put quality flavor and cigarette satisfaction ;1 l-, .

to the utmost test I

billion The *ma are sId ev.*rf*
w/ie r..*n *cr..nfj/ica//v; / mealedpmckulif Made\ to meet your taste Camels! never tire it, no matter how

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when you tru v..l. 11
Freedom from any unpleasant! cigaretty after taste or any ,

, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are

to raise in cash and 5- Winaton-SaUm. N. C. enjoyable.In ;

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many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, .

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of the ,,",u.n.. of auch cert ftcat In the naro COMMIB8IONBK1T oLEhereby I" I
nf Unknown. totlc la tli..n i that under .
of the homeland and into Unlcaa aatd Cvrt ficatea shall toe redeemedaeeorct'nr virtue of t lat certaiti decre. of partition : .
, places to law, tao d,'.oI will \iaau therein. and enler-d In the Circuit Court In and \
on the Uh day of December. A. D. 119.Witne Itradford County Florida. In Chancery I ; : ;: :
.a my olTicial. mwnature and aval U..lathe lat day of October A. D. 191*. In .. ,
6th day of November.' A. D 1918. itlis' Abernathy' widow. O J. Abernathy \,
W. T. WEEKS. Kuirene' Abernathy.: a minor by hla: n': I 1 I I . I
I (SEAL) CUrk.B .. fIo."d.1... Abernalhy. enmplatnnnM.' : .
all of the world. R. A. WEEKS. auainal !.l.Tle, Currency. R. R Surreney. '!i
parts : : :
: ;
11-7-St. Deputy: Clerk. riunhanii. F.ddie: Abernathy: and llealra 1 I :
I ------- natlty. aa defendanta. the underalirned an I! ; ::: I' II : ; : t
COMMISSIONERS' SALE mlanlenera. wl'l offer and ...11 In front i
I Hereby notice ,m given that uniler. and by Sonlr' Door nf the Ciiurthnline, 'n Slarke. | f
virtue of that certain decree of partitonmmle Jila' durlnir the legal houm of aale nn < 1
and entered In th<* Circuit Court In and i'n.. the hit ilnv nf " A. ft. 1 I !' : ; ; : J
Missions state home and foreign Christian educa- for Suuannee County. i'lorida! In Chancery.. the hli'hiat and .heft bidder for canh. In ,
riinrrihid .1,. .hu...'.. !'
on the 27th day of AuKiiot. A. I). 11)10. of tho.Ttiiri I following prnpi
Judicial Circuit.. In favor of Nellie M. l. I lvIn Rrad'ord! Cnnnlv Florida' -.. ;
Milton ailm niHtratix of the etat. of- I.. W. ';"I-.. North Inlf nf North. ft't Hitaeter I Iq I ,. .
I Hittfin.' d'roasrd. tho t.nd.rtivn.d. an ci.mmla- mill) ant Ouar'er of Onaeter !
tion hospitals and orphanages and other benevolences -I -Inner, an aopninted. by nail' ) ii'c. .. C ofcourt nald '*.i.. thu,'. tI Oim'-ti of Pn"thu'int O"arler I I0'nrt'r IMn'hinwt I I| I.
will offer fur sale' anil Hell In front of of Qotilliw *1 0..."..
Ihi rourthouHe door In Stark. Ilra'lford eotltltv *..el ." "I T-wnnhn 7 Eolith nnitri- :I'I 1 I ,
Mnrida. durinir. the leval hour of Hale. onMonday.'"In. "on aorta more nr linn. /Aba| "
I I hit t II ilny of Den mh. r A I). 1'111'! ei.iilht'mt Cuarlee nf SoiithinHt ')...n.. I' ': : ;
will be extended and strengthened as never before. 'In the hivhint and b..t hlilili r for molt In .-,.| |f..If nl' liintita t ",,"... .. of "t. el.., 1
hnlnl, the following flitter hid n ..1 ..otnt... Hit.iiitl . 'r .vmh'i 7 q ".h Ifin-r "I "n-l' ei"Hn I I
"-. lylnir' nnd 'btinic in liriidfiird ('..un'''. ">rl Creek p.orr nr Ion Alnn' the .."" "
I'i.l < ,nlt. to-wit. n....-i... nf 4.>tithtv< Ht O"net.r nnd Wo.i ,I .
,.' '>,..ill., .-. O"nrt. r suit "1. ..... .., n..n- !
NoithiaMt of the Rh'h..1' -
junrtir IpI..l .
""""-, t r>"fr''r ..f Section' "" To'."iiih| I I ,
The drive for funds and will be made I I Kait.of: Section containing 14 Tiiwnnhin 40 7 !South.' le Ttanica'i ... ......'h. I'nni-e !51 I Fait" co"1iln'n" l IfI" ; '
pledges during acna. worenf .
m, 'f C i .. t.n thn !*..* the .. ... '
W. T. WEF.K1t'"IM. !\
> Commiiutioncr. nt r.., lln f of Onuihea't Olllirti-r, ..' .. I I : $
"0 Town hl'i, !oiilh' Rnn.'.- "I Fn f '
i. --- i.,lnln" Hi ..e-a mne n" ,lm.. n Inn
COMMISSIONF.Rrf' BALE Mnrthue'l r>nn.-l, e nf ". "u'... e. t fl..a.4. .
i Ifonby notice la plvi'., that under! and hyilrlue ... ,.iv"n TV....-..1,1., 7 On'ilS ",iOV.. "t
nf that certain dicrie of .partition, en- ...n'nl"1I'' .n srrrs .nrt'. ('C I.a. .to ; ,
Week Nov. 30-Dec. 'terrd In the Clrruit Court for Itrailfnrd Coun. .t(.,.i i..., .t r)".''. e i.. "" r"n-t "on.... e !II :
Victory 7 'V Florida. In Cftann"rv. on the lTtb dny of *'..." I'n" of. N"-l'"vi 0....-...r n' .. |. '
October. 1919. ''n an action for partlton there, I .i .'. ...n-1,'*, 7 Uniilh Pni.. 71 Fn t .
in iiend'nw.' wheriin S. Stirling I'rire. Minnie i I Inln'nir l"fl ........ rnnrf ne I"... A ,Inn I :
1'ric.e. Clem I'riee Ilulini/. Luna PrIce Mo.I. 1 Qnt, vnir ,.f Nnrttto.i Ouarter ail l
I......,. and hi.r hilhbnnd. It. A. Mel.ura. Mn- I tit" ..r "1n..1 flfl_...r 0, !S.' .... '
file I'ric horton anil hi r htinhand.! T ....' ,.' q. cllr-n n* T"...,...." 7 I I I
Ifortnn. Arpie ['rice Varni and hiu>t>and. J'I "tn.-. 1'1 rapt enntnlnlnir' IllS acre,. ,
If. Varner. Lena Pr cc I'mnll.' y. and J. \ I.... ,
Every Baptist man woman and child is l>.utrie are complainant' and W II I'riee S i.o th,. f.ll....In.. ,.. ieel it," .1' r. .u."t.' :.
.olf : '
Mnrle 'I'rlee. Kit Inn .
Trice. I'rlee.I'thil nnd i ... I"" In the Colin" nf A !to.h.>n not I .
I'riee 1'ilirl I'rire.' fVnnrr I. WlllinnnMnvhill . ..',..< in I..T| "'.... .......... a. t u" :, ... ,
> Wilt' Marie Dunne. Co ,. Ixt-' . .
urns. rr
09 "'" 'h. t (hun." of S 'ot'in
i n. i ('I,. m......flp pii'-rie- and Ida Mi IN. l Ii un ", .... ,
urged to have a worthy part in this . are ilt'frn'tiinln.' and ly v Cii.". nf the nr -.q.?oih,.C t'onyi'i...- len ti'n-t the e W'ft.ln'n1"10"ntf "'n : :' ::: :i: :; I I I, ;:: I {I
ii,, r of the raid. rnurt, .thin afler mat". the "nIP ??.! r-.,., ,.?,! ?,, ,.f M-, .| "?! I l ,
.anti, rjirrii. il IIH CiiinmlfHlfinem.. will offer for ... "
pro''' ii "'t. T Sin q. "Ih Pini'e 21 '
-nianil Kill to the, hltrhmt Mddi for cnnh. In ti".ntint. 400 ....... mnre nr .leanaee I I
front of the mMith dnnr nf I the rnuf. hnuIn I
campaign Siur, .. Florida' iltirintr the I. yn] hotm i'', I '
nn ""n"".. the l Itt ilitv of OeeemlM-r ltii. 4 fnwimlnrlnnf m
i''ir.. ct rtuin InndH" In Itrndforil County.. /A V T ovJCnmnlnlnnnln :
I lorlda in.wit : Solicitor, I in.,by"I. I

Lot Thr..e 111 nf Section' Three I'll.; North. .. .
"MILLIONS FOR THE MASTER"BOATDRAIN : vii..t "".,"'r of Vnrth.ait tl...''.'. North. ""BTFR'S SitlE .. :
1 .,*t Q"ltrtr nf Northwest juartee N"rthI .....11... ,to I.. n I l.v orl..n| thai under! I

I I Miilf. of %'!Siiuthinut''... II." O-iar'er..C, ", .....h of_.NnrthwmtO.o..r "......... .Ii... .e r-i,..., fl eer't. nf F-ire-lo.o-e : : '
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p (J'prtor nr !So'' Q'stor oC q"'nn' 'On'' .
= Miss Ca.isie Cole last week. Chapter 991. I..w. of Florida and n accordance I 10'' N.'h ItnIf 1I'h..o-t (joartr.ttoif t:... ..'. nf 'nrlda" .. In nradfnrd. Count In : I' :: ;
i with the riaolutions of .... .h..t flu...,. q. VlSi'. erev eU''i.F 'In 'a nr of Han P'uit'h I
or the Hoard of r .r ri nn ... . .
I Miss Mary Smedtcv met . n-i i K-W *- "' *.h a i'i.t"o I tr : '
I lund TruMrra of the aaid Uiatrict, adopted. 16'' North'.1 t,... .. .. North fI.1f nf.rthw'.1 .
lioatdrain, Nov. 21.-Boatdram I ing squadron" in Lake No''nb.r, llth. 1919 ':.. O'.srt.r .f 1I..n' Tw..n'.v'A and. S.vr.f. *.". .....h. the.......nnderMirned. ivIM ,.
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1, he .atd, hondn ... to I be dated 271' .11 In 'Fowothin' !''I."n .. .. e. hr.d'vir at
July lat. I 71 S'oi''o. 'C.
club girls attended the county fair, at week. PlOI... ....t...." the I..... ho,,,". n' ..'.
1919 and will "be innued in twenty lKht I2HIfr 1'.nty..n. '12t" I f:. OnOtp'l'iy. In the ... .
Lake Butler Friday. I I I MHs, Catsie Cole visitod (.B he fr I vfrlia tn m.''''. July .Int. ,.... "... UfiO iierrB, more or I.I iris f iNv Peeemher Int. 1019 to the ;

Mien Eva Cole visited her sister : at :Midway last Wednesday.Miss I9J2. and each aueciedmar aerlta' to mature \\ R: f> VtQ .ai-t_', .I.. ., hilt* r foe ennH. the rnltnwin' ): .
.. laid ..
later '
nt yiar than the aerira wh ch precerjea r P "O' : alliiated In rtrndford ( i iFV.1,1
: Mary SmedK'y.. t ll-ll I la to ray Si'rua \ will ma'ure; July J. M. ;, in..vlf ) ,
I day night from a few days' .lat \\'S1 S.' .. M will, mature July lat. 1 1921.sod A. i.ummlriiilfinprfi. ....... N..h..t Ouni ter nf tne ,./o... I ,
p i ao un The Imnda tr. .be /f"Nd/ for aale, I K F"TCU.Siicltor' i- ,i .i .-I ike !SmitirB-t' Oonetnr nf I
| homrfolks in Ocnla.OIIDFR .. a'onaatd, will t,. an follows : '{' !' for r"m..lni..n.n.! I IO. 1.6t. .o.h..1 (1iirnc nf Sietlnn Thtrty.twn. ; : .: : 1 I::: : ;' ; : : ) : : ;
You Do JorcVork.. : l MiaO) tach of Sertia A. II. C. t). to:. F.I I ..---- -- Oi"'''... ',, "' ,,,. o. oili nf Pnnwe T'ventv ,
FOR PI'lll I"T"\: I i.'r.i. .1. K. I.. M. N.Oi'.Q1R..1: : ---- Fant cnetqln' "* F'iphty':' Aerea more nr 1 ;
You are more ambitious and you get more tn Circuit Court. !Stale' o- ".. nd' fftlMIOOO" .ach of U. V. W. '(. Y. Z. KIIPIIIFP'S SATE le.n ,. .'.'" <".v '.... i.,M,. Nero.. the t I l
enjoyment out of everything when your .Indicia! Circuit.. Bradford Cou...". \X and RXTie Uinliv nolle* I In, trlirn that I. W .1. En- lit.. nf the Suithi'nnt. Ouarte.Stieeial |I | ,
blood l Is In good condition. Impurities III ceryM.IRF.D.. ., aa d bonds .to biar intertitt at 9'... f>ftt t'0i.n. Sheriff i.r "Mntdfiird ('.."n'. llati ofFloritn. t .7 r"fI;"' ''
the blood have a very depressing eflVvt 0:1 R SAL 1 "i r annum layah'e,, aemi.annual.y: In ( unit r and liylrtui* nf that errtalnurlt Mailer, In rhan.. I
i Complainant' New York ur at the ''fI. uf the Uimnl o' .
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nf nation (pHtind. nut of and ,nt'r. the 1(1'1'1.
the system causing weakness luzinesi .. .... ..
I v. I 1I.n-l Tru In Stsrk Mor. da. aa the ho'' nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S A. R. JfH"4Q0'4p.r..nd.nt.. t r may i Itet I
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'II fcida Khali be In .
writinif. aled and
n uncc '
TASTELESS Chill TOMC: n.I in faror nf W. C Tavlne .
It anreannu liv .' , ."'". . nd' tcrat.. and may be for all the bond now t dntid the 11thtnv MASTER'S' flt.B' i ,
restores Energy and Vitality Ly Purifyine! hill fllid In the iil'ov ...,.,1 raune ilfindor any part thvrenf. not I liaa than 1.1..'* .dl nf the hlfheut IftllS and will hint offer hMder for, HaMand f..,. Nollee. I. her* hy i.t'.n, that .n.I.'r and I ' I
and Enriching the Blood. When >ou fe.I:I Johnann the defendant thrreln ., (tO'') 0'). and .".II I ba ai-r..mrunlid. by a .. i nph thcnrnr. at the ......, h....... dime In the tlrtiie of that certain ftnal, decrie, nf ,. , )
Its streniiiheninti. invigorating tfTctt ...t nou... 0 d."! nf the !S'ale' of FlnrMa! flcd I cheek f. r ::1 1 per ci nt of the par value ofthe Town nf !Stark'' Itrad'ord, County rinrldaon *.i!< -. r. ma>fe andi *.... red .....,.. 111. ! |
bow it brings color to the cheeks and 1.ft I. v, tace,. nf. ri .14.1 ner l I. Fant a{9 A bonda, bid for. fondav. flecemhcr l lot .I'lll, the vame tie.fnir t.v I'rnnrnhle f T WlUn Inde ..' the E':' '
? B ( Id Dhln. and in oser Sid honda. I. U d.I! \.r.d to th. purchaaernn 1 .u I .nl' f -eiilf. f.,r P'ail'nrd Count F'' .
improves the appetite will tU'.o a |i>iral pale day nf naid court tlurtnir the *
you of twenty-ona: :yrara It I. therefor fanunry' : intit. lujn ",.,.1 10....... nf Hale Ihi. fnllnwlnir .IM in Chnnetrr In fa* or nf the C'M'.
appreciate lu true tonic value. that aul ."n..ol l'nt defendant' he The n rht to reject all bids hereby .. .. ., .
< any or nit ..tst.. aitualed In llradford, County' Fljr- t'.nf' fl n r r** a ene- -.."' n enin <'.....
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TO.MlC"' hereby requlrid tn apiiear tn the hit ia reacrvifd ,'' Ida' lo-w t : and* O f* 'nnn nrt-t "...1.. O,,..., : /
plaint, flltd In paid caLl.. on or "". It'" o HO OF BONO T'tSTt.F.I! '1 finilHntM, tie undernlirned floeclal ( '
W'-l Half Minter
of Snuthwent
Ia not a patent medicine it 1 U simply d.". the Kilh day. nf December" A roll, SI'FCMI; ROt) 0 vnHKtVtir. t/imrti Went ret. nf Ouarter Sotilhiait, of Northet flint olfi e ?rr HI.'.> Ifi .... ni |... ". i .,, .f ' ,
IRON and QUININE suspended in Sjr.i ntheiwtre the .''Io.' on. uf nald MM Ir'I' I/ISTHICT N... ONK.': err nf NorthweHt Quarter of See In. Tn. n tlarVe Flneida d'irlnir' the. ,lei-al, hnurn ,
So pleasant even children like it. Th, : taken .. cnnfiiiaed b, *aid. difendant.II FIR \ 1)b'oKrj COUNTY. FI.OR-, <<. u. ,.. 22 K ; abo En.I Half nf the North.1.1.1 iile on Mnnrlay the ..... Hn. nf rbee>' .. ) ,
flblood dsQulnine to Purifylt and IRON, ,la 'iirthir ordered that thin "..I. ILIA Ouarter nf Nor beaut Ouarter., ; Kant Half T'it the '..11..".|nv rl. .eel|>ed rval' e.*Ae t '
Ito Enrich it These reliable tonic |mrrert -.. 11..01 in the nnee Rrftd'nrd a weeli County tot fl.Telerraoh* '''"," 'a By K ri MATTHEWS.: tit HoiithiaNt q"..,.. nf Northeast (Jtiarter wit ip.. nnd. "belntr' In ft'a'tfned cmmty. Florida '
lI-H-U-IJ-Bt .
( lee never fail to drive nut irnpunu. > pee .pi jl'hid In .a'd cnunty: and .'. Cha riian blood. Thi. Novtmber Tth 11'19. ..,..... '
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tJUie nTH T OF APP IfATIOS, FOR TAT IlEEIJ wi i Cjuartir nf r> ....10..1 (Quarter and Fa. On ih I n' Voriht.rNf n..
,!{The Strength-Creatinrt Power of GROVE tifTASTELLSS iSFiLi W.Clerk,T WIF.....!.< 1'\o. )KR "HfTTlOV &7' OF TUB Half nf Weal, If. .? of NorthwrHt (Barter of I-r of Northeast. Quart p. ao. b....lnnlnr
; ; N'.rit. a.t QinrKr rl, See 12 n 'J.uthra.t enrnee nf North n t rj-laeter
: Chill TONIC has f.KM.KAI.: STATuTES: Tp 8. Ktre
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Notice I. K; plo., Vo-lhwmt : Quieter aid rue 1.1. "ft
, hereby irKrn that > H Currency Quart of North not
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'the favorite tonic in thousands of hut.More tor for Complainant. : purchanrr nf ,lax .. rtft., .,. Nn J1A. dnlfd' Quarter of SouinweHt Quarfer of II... II. 'Tr ".'. Writ |l'1? ....I. !Sn.'h I IIr ;.t ... >
than thtrty-fivr .-_ - r..t 'I"'I' ..-.,.. ,,,i..t f I.. ', ." :
/ yean a.." : / th. lit day of October A Ii .'1'7.' ha filed, It P.i lIr.. 22 'i:. .1.., Southwi (iua-ter ofSothw..t tn -in .
''would ride a long distance tn get CiHiJS't. -. HUF n* Roth ASK nrtinr.E nnld' ci-rt' flcate In my office/ and ha made' .,,* Qntrtrr. Sec. Ii. Tr 7 5. Rir II aid, 'la"rl lot'li" '** STASTELESS: chin IONIC ,hn Tf.-... hy ,' t la. trlven... that.. at 2 .. rlltatirn 0.. tax .I..d... .tsp... In accordance1w'th E also North.a.t Quarter nf Northea-t (juar. :"oulh.. Ran** 21 Fast.'I .
(member uf their family had Malaria Un. v i ew-r- '' lav !Sad' certificate vmbrncia the fol.Inwlnti ...r aid Nort. ITalf of .............t '.uarter ..' ( RSp.eial Arxov '
at II.. counly' court ho.. I In Slnrke. ilncriheil proprrty aituatfd 'In Hra1.rr i ' Mut. r In Ch.n"..
N' rth aat Qu ....
'needed > irter and Nitrthean' ( nfNorth' ,
a body-building. tir"ngthiiviitfionic. th. undennned,, will .oT( .. r for aala. $ I courty Flnrlda. lo-wlt: : i I ...t /.n. of Northeast Quarter IU. Of \ II CHEW1.': 1
The formula is just the sore t< ii o'l .'' "", ..North. . Half or s..u'hwo.t Quarter of tin".... I J Sec.! 1 19 Tp. S. RK. 21 1'':. Solicitor for. Complainant. IIMI-St. \
4y. and you run I get! it from any nrui laaued oy Special, Boat and B.I -
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More. bOo per butt Id Sl.rir! Dradford County. M'*'* nf MASTFR'S HUEN'otle
thoriud by Chapter 7990. aa .m. The
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has of the finest cane Graham Thursday. uvduy on LuHincss. I itrt
t tion, a patch k
,: ,. :Mrs. T. 1.. Willis visited her father Hammond Lynn was ,, ,
, grown in the county this year. lie :Mabry Harrcll, who .is attendingschool : tar
''.. left a stalk at the Bank of Starke at Gainesville, spent the weekend nt-nr Dukes.. Saturday.Mrs. Worthington Saturday
uI that weighed D pounds and 1 ounce. with his parents Mr. and :Mrs. N. (li.! Hayes. and daughter Quite a crowd! of t th< , tot
e ;,. Mr. has one acre of cane and W. W. llam-ll. Mr-. Knos: Hayes of Sturke attended attended! the cam gnml. ..
I News Items says he will make more jhan 20 barrels T. L. Willis. was a visitor to. Worthington 'In-) fair in, liainesville; last week. Edwards Saturday night'
: I,, County of syrup At $1 per gallon this Saturday afternoon.J. Mi -. ,..... W. :U arldl. and <:,, h'I'. :Mrs C. II. Newsom.i, .1
: : will give a money;' return of $Ct0( ,, Worthington) Saturday: r.
S.i; '" V. Edwards; ( was in Hrooki-r ;
whifh" i nut' .n( hid: ) fo?' on.- .KMof
CaihA.l Uurlno! thCorrespondents. Week by OurUUOOKKU rOUlIlJ. ----
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'." .. FARMER BROWN '''iI I D
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t" , I I. Lewis made a business trip I j Hello, Snyder.-.

,. l tnue'.- -ills Unt week Why, hullo Mr. Brown. Where ,
Many j
It.. Itrook.r! Nov.:': Jl.
I I HI'.J"; 'III'r will preach at the Free" !i have you been" keeping yourself. ull''
e of thijH'ition
i' pcoplu church next Saturday i last week ?
aA | Ilisptist !
N. ; fair lit l.iiko Butler and ( invited. _. _ __
, '''' Sunday. Everybody Why nt our County Fair at Lake -- tmty
last J. week B. Clark, of (iu".... vilJ I' It. W. ila/.en niailu a business trip Butler. Samantha and I went over ; I I the natonal joy smoky ftNEVER
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' Worthintrton Wednesday. and the week and told lots of
I f 1 hi-rr, bU I spent !
part' i>f WCM U miMrs. I
1 i I. !MOIIMII. and little ,, ; Dr.I W. K.; Middlcton: was u profes the folks about the bargains we Ret
:'>li:4 ; caller hre last week at DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store. llll
'. ere Hiizol, a-rompmiiuil) by : .
s r.h..labh:-. spent last .wl'<' :Mr Alexander anti son of Jack- Why that is Hood, and I have notice I : I t ti
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.1,J Lake blinker visiting. :Mrs. .1 ,', is spending this week here ,) some now customers coming in II
tat, fair while ,lh her mother :MM.. W. 11. Pinhol- from that section. You are all right '
,',t. .t:' :aid The,I Inking Hrooki-r in" the school win | ,' '. Farmer Drown, and a Rood advertiser. .I i 11111 III Iii Iiit
1'I \\1. n'Bi-nU'il .lit the fair "Friday, K.; J. Ward I wan a business visitor Hill. Jones! and Sam Smith and others Illl
i :; I wax Hchuol. lay for the (:lainosville last week mention you in sending!' them to us. : II
't .' teachers.CtA.. . Mrs. Knnly; Abbott returned home When are you going: to grind! cane? I ji ''hI
: r e. . Hloxham Ward and, morning:, after a two weeks', I am very fond of cane juice and, ma.\ I 'j

1 (iainuAvillc! .e, spent 1 the week- with relative in Plant City and come out some evening- I -
f ,V lth relatives. I I All right, Snyder, we will have a t
1' 11. Snwell, of Cuter' Pond was here \big time sonic night at mir tune I
I R II. C. Kit-hard, of Slurkr, |' )busing Sntur, I grindings lots of !girl and. boys
I 7 .of limt. C.woi-k. L P'-efc here' of on Ktiirke husimsH.Col. little. n.. )' him been 8ulTer-1 there. I
1 r from a sprained'' ankle' this All right, Brown I'll be there. .l
cm riusinvHK last week.II. Uncle HoT'i-y. Suri-iMiry celebrated What is that thing there in the
S. AViirriMi spent .!. I 'U'Ushornystun
1 1I srvi"-ty.fifth" iiTiniversary with n I window?
I hiH family at Hampton. >luiMi" ,dinmr given him by his I Whv. Uro\\n, that i i" a Yankee
I 1 K T. t"nrl!'= and church at Graham Sunday, :M.\'fcmt.\ Thoup present besides need) from Maryland and l we raised, it.
Fred! Itnxr-n i in visiting; his .? ;iniiue-liiito, family WI.rt.Ir.: and' ''r -V-e, hot ruins last summer hadn't ", '
this. week. : J. siowell, :Mrs. J. H. Surre-ncy killed the vine it would have been n; ", VIII
!II 1'11. :Max (Garrett, of .1II'k: ,ehildivn, R. Surreiify and, Prof. l>iir! at an elephant. 1 +
in! vis'tins her parent :Mr. <'1' and (hlllJl" '. I Well Brown, if you need any Huriieso lor I< J..."....,(.lfolol.T" ". 1y .... .
r K.; L. Crosby.Sunday > day.'n'Arthur Edwards: of Worthington or [RridltM and Collars you'd better . .
arhm. l every Ruul, > "' Sunday school here Sunday. I I1 buy now. When this stock is gone <'
ing nt the Baptist church tit 1 1f( :Mis Mtiude! I Slui'V spent, the week- the next will be 20 pc rc-ent higher. ri hthandedtwo'x.< III
:Miss Tholma War! !spent here with her mother. Same way with Stoves and Heaters: was such
la..t week in Gainesville < .. still and since the cool puff'out of
;; (;i. lJ. Colson) made. II trip to'al.l. advancing smokcjoy as you a '
tivl'''. I wevk.Mrs. weather started we are moving lots jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert I I l lThat's
'' Miss OKB! :/ Ward was home ) :' Shepard, of Bell, m spending of Heaters. because P. A., has the
: quality
an n visit to her parents.Inez week with her son near here. H"w about Syrun Barrels?
:' ; ;!: Abernathy and, :'> :Mr. and :Mrs. L. Johns were visi- Well, we have 25 re-steamed, Bar You can't: fool your taste apparatus any more than you
', e' tf Shrivrr spent Saturday in / Saturday.. rels coming in and should be here in
here can five out of a family deck! So when hit
9 Mrs. Crawford. of of the folks. attended the fu- a few days. get aces you
iJI a few days here with her : Many of Mrs. Florence Holton at De- I want 10 gallons; of Gasoline. I Prince Albert, coming and going and get up half an hour .
i, II K.; I TOo Crosby, last week.: Tuesday.! Mrs! Holton was born I find, that it doesn't pay me to store earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,
i Messrs.!' II. f. Surreni-y H. this community and had I pas: as the evaporation costs more ' Im
in f
teen, J. K.: rlemon-i, P. M. number reared I of friends who were grieved( than buying here. you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line I

and, Lonnii :Morgan attended learn of her death.Oeo. How about a Delco Farm Lighting Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, III
at Miller Sunday niijlit. home from South Plant? We can install one for you, \ i
but when that A. is made exclusive
' I Mr. and !Mr. :M.\ A. (' ,,,..ielll last week-end.' Well, I have been thinking about it. you figure P. by our J g7
i, 't' S Waiichul.i, lire( henon, a visit.I Mosdames\ S. V. and U. A. Andrew I want half a dozen of Dry. CoB patented process that cuts out bite and parch-well-you
I Mrs.!\ iiirrt'tt; le't Sunday ,' .', the cane grinding( at the Batteries.All! feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough wordsto
City where she w-'ll visit a (. of their, father 1-'. Andreu, of right! we have them at .1.'" cash happy days sentiments I 1
The holy, of :Mrs. Spin Hiver Tuesday afternoon. anal each 0'1' <' te.sted.Ve have a hill express your

j Inndinorham of Pulaka, was -. ,- -?+ -___ _-- run of Batteries. Toppy red hagt, tidy red tint, handsome pound and half-pound tint f
J throuifli here Thnrotlav to T . i,,,.ii-: :MOIUitir: ; sr<;.\u TANK:'; And Gun Shells! ; we are! selling!' them humidors- -and-that daisy,practical pound r-yetolillo..humidor wit H
for "ho,,'in I. !\II's. Vnnbu1< by single; boxes and l hy t-ases. Thovre I sponge moistener top that keep the tobacco in much perfect condition.R. .
a former resilient( here and. hn friends,) hen-, who were. pained ,,,m',1 for hilt sugar cane, having Tire stuff. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.

-'- -- -- ..-------- ... one to the Bank of Starke We have u full line of Pine )Fit- I ,---
l1 Til \\I.:' (;iI.IIIOUH:' ; !|, it weighed 10) 1-2 pounds. This nurs! jest arrived and 1 n Carload, ofFence
on the farm of ..J.V.. and Barbed Wire coming in:
Next; Thi'i-Milay'" bong a .IJ ; t was grown =
hanks in Stark i wll: litcloset) ",' south of Starko, where Mr.: a new lot of IIamcTra'es'' and Sin- -
r lnv. Other business) houses. ( "" is farming this year. rle'' Trees; and. dmi't' forget our :New': I :v- IIII
ably remain open part of the 1. S. Norman of the Water-oak secrv tone Plow Lines.! [ ONE DA y ) NOrTIi
We have /a good simply of I FlashLights T1JESf
-- and Lanterns. F.veryone; ... needs "' A 11'-1 'f. tJ ,I .1..1..
t lj'lIW'l"'(! <;sell CSQi0u3tNtptD01G() ( .>S:)
still have the 1 quart Syrup Cans on ONLYStarke
hand and taking orders for the 1- Florida
FARMERS LISTEN! gallon ('an...
e + Our Carbon, di-sulphide has nut arrived ,
I yet. leave or phone your, order -
Do want Cash? will it for First
p and we save you.
4, you 9 come, first served.. All orders, on file(? THE ONLY CIRCUS THAT WILL BE HERE THIS YEAR
I will be tagged( up and) saved/ ) for cus
Then bring you Eggs and poultry to tomers.If 11

-_ yon nerd Well Cuckc-jU and Chain
1 1Hi J. J. RIGGS MARKET t:,',: j I selling Knives.right Community nl.'ng. Silverware I hj I "

,": I The Coca Cola) Plant is running RHODA ROYAL CIRCUS S
I"m !"; I part of the time\ so we will s-'rve, our
PRICES : customers as fast. as possible and
i r.P1p< he will pay you the HIGHEST |I trent each concern alike. I
< : i Phone Your orders, to
I S'r.t llI1':, FLA. N-LOGICAL\ \ ANt\ LUliCAllflNAL\ (} EXHIBIIIOM.
ft5te0u0tilcptJCUtFtrsruuluu'a't(13y : : : ( I ;
Ihl"1t)111< II : Ifjl"fJC'U"C'IIII'IrlfJ) ; : ,jl arnu+ut xutUeuncxttthdst) : :u!)t: \ :
Phone I Phone 1
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Service l'i--u-hing: school, II.I ,a!n..I.n.III! and. m.7"l: : > ni'. Enlarged and Reconstructed for the Present Season

( Helpful F' erv m -".1"1' j. n"IU"h.,1| I" !h'
I I''ri ,-nt Sun.laat 11 a. m. Please
dn. nut 1 di -amioint us.I .
I Knworth: t.eaorue, fi5: !: p. m. See Royal's Famous Herd of Performing Elephants

We Mean I i'i". Prayer m. meeting\ Wednesday.W! :: Who have delighted: the hearts of thousands of Spectators

I I I I The. nuldiiordinlly invited, to attend i
_, 1 all of the services

U I J. C. DIGC.S.Pastor I The Military Horse Drill, a Picturesque Equestrian Novelty j

; Give more tl1
to your business! and financial inter- IIRADFOKIl I

ests. l :Nov: 'Jl. ('. H. S'ewsom
: Bradford, --
determinedto !, mii'te a business. trip to 8trke1'/ <1.I 1. "Frontier Days"A Great Wild West Show Full Of Thrills
From the very start We nesdav.C.! .
take personal interest in our customers j II. Newsom visited. relatives near Famous Rough Riders, Daring Cow Boys, Cow Girls, Rope Spinners '

and study their individual I No Worms! 'In a Healthy Child Lasso Throwers, Champion Trick and Fancy Riding.:

I I troubled with worm love an.....
needs, in order that wo might serve All children
hlo.xl. unit nrule 8
them better "'c believe ,this. service health, .here color IA mare which I er Imliratrn,II-HH stomach poor di.'urh.,iir.'' Prof. White's Famous Troupe of Trained Donkeys Dogs l
(.k(;>' : S TASTt.l rSS hill t iNIC .Iy.n nilulJr'vtuilvoorthr ,
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policy Ins hen/ vital' factor in the .news, tli.-, .1 I I'II.-n-: "i' ' Goats, Ponies and Little Henry that Cute Bucking Mule. I r
suhttanti1 1 growth: of the Hank; of '

Starke. 10-Funny Clowns, Aerial Artist and Bare Back Riders-10 1'1'I I

\\' : solicit your Inisiiu-Nson ilie _ --0 _._ '

ot the helpful ervico\ve i iulea\or 2 Binds, Free Concert at Noon. Free Open Air Exhibitions on
to rciuli-r to .ill< l our l..rOI1Il.r.' coos TO
rNturr' Grounds at 1 and 7 P. M. Performances: at 2 and 8 P. M.
t Under Water Proof Tents. Door Open One Hour Earlier


"M&cwai HOUSE See Bulletin Boards and Hand Bills Of.
The Growing Sank
lJe Lack of forbid Entire Particulars covering: this big enterprise.
-t E. S. Matthews Pea. Oeo. C. \Vhit sCa COFFEE

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