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 28, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Quigley Lumber and Supply| CompanyIn \1'ilCg Wainright Killed by Train Caterpillar Tractors Drag Steam Holler long! and useful life ended. Sunday On last Sunday night lit the uukr, I Friday night';;; Mi< uff Kppi'ison: received .rl i '

New Quarters Tuetxla}'. to Camphor Farm afternoon, Nov." :J.lrd, when Mrs I Baptist church Col. .J, E. Futch local '" n message! from Guilford: star : '

: Cynthia Edwards: breathed her last. campaign organizer, inouncpd; that mg that u negro named Jesse Watkins \. ,
The Quigley Lumber and Supply' Friday night a return tubular steam 'i(,, '-ealth had been failing for the all members uf the soliciting' t"nms hud been dangerously shot -
?1 'imimnv.' l Ilo Uf' ;McLune manager I Tuesday, November 25th, news boiler! weighing 23,000! pounds, was pustrjeiii', but she had not- been confined are to be at the church' next Sundaynfternrou I some" unk""wn :M'5. by )
n party.
Epptrsth
reached relatives here that ;Mr. J. \ViI '
have moved ti the stoie hitherto occupied put off at the Starke depot for the to her b1illIt.1\ two weeks before nt 1 l' ii I), Then t'.I.HIl'Iltch. \ unit \Deputy Iluisdon '
the Pralick Hardware Co. ley.Wuiniight had( been killed by a Camphor Farm at Waller. There was went out thereto i
by I her death. said "I[ read of a woman who whennpprnnclied I investigate, It found
cl" of Ilaiby's store This train <*n the East Coast extension much !speculation! about how this heavy 1 I was thatWntkins' J
one ""i west by the soliciting teams
The doeou-oil wns born in Georgia I nock had been almost shot
1- n 4 'S<111' in order to gain that morning The deceased was llug- and unwieldy piece \\a- to be tr'uns- Maid d '.\m I 1never .
i i\ > I to get through giving i ,
nearly 70!) your. ago but came to Florulii away by u load of No. 4 shot tired at
r uflli for the goods, which man on a freight train, and it seems ported over the sandy roads. It wasthought ?' i"i"i
"icnr spate and the reply came, 'not until close,
The shot .
in early childhood Her maiden rrjnce. had been tired!
that while the of1 box ,
i on top ra made for the
intend handle, their a strong wagon the "
the to ,
i onipany as ,, Lord censes (jiving to you, from ambush. ,\if
name wa.j"; :Morgan. While in herteeim i ,
formi'i ]location too cramped while near It.ihia Hoiula, he had bl'l'nI purpose, and drawn by oxen, would\ ;\1" .T
I, was I she ;Mr. Lewis "-I''' F. Kit-kilter; unit l (O. A.ndrau .
The goods, which will henceforth be caught I by a !swinging scaffold that be used, or two log carts drawn by was married to ,\ were present to help Kinirsloy After inquiries fl'olll'atkins' wife, i
kepi fool -alo. !h><. the Q'liglev' Lumber some careless bridge workmen had mules.!'; Carlton and by this union had two hike church i cnmpleM, its organization. I -us' ,,u mil looted on Will Vinson aIHLTIO

aim iijih| '; ' ompuny will be distrib- ; forgotten to ivmow. He was swept I :Monday morning a crew of mencame sons ;Mr.V.. D (Cailton. of Plant Messrs. R. O. Strong and David Sil- I But to be sure of gutting! tile '
and ;Mr.[ Isaac Carlton whose
off the car and felt under the tram City right man, the officers went to tliaState .
,
il the following depart- from the Farm withcatN'plllal' t
ut. yin u Camphor well the whole
t: I |lens as as -souled pas-
resident After ;Mr.Carlton's ( ,
I ijinknown i
1 Farm borrowed .
and
and killed As the trailing
i'i I was soon as accident I sumo a'
"n tractor No 11. A sort of I tor of the church will ,devote themselves -
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l. n ,u mat"!'ial-Lumber, was discovered" search was made, I sleigh was made. of two logs well I :Mr Fein if death,oul Edwards she was married of Starke to, I| l to the tuck of -euiiing' a ,just I t ti i \\ dogs The dogs, put at work near'utkims' \\1 .' .
I the remains found and M>. Lucian house, soon struck trailstraight
I n
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j braced the boiler rolledon share of Florida's
shingleroofing, plaster, brick cen together, was soon nft, the civil' war This union million of the to Vinson's
home
of Jacksonville Vinsonwas
Wainright, ,
i was noti- it and! made fast. The tractor South's Sexonty-fivo:
ilium.I .
i ..1'11,1' builders' hard- I to I ,
blessed,( with five children
was
one
fled. lie have ; attested. At first h '
arranged to the remains < professed
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WI!' i",1'1 i i 'ill-, varnishes! stains, i 1 ought to Stnrke, and the.ar. was hitched to the sleigh by means son, :'>It.. Ln- >' Cdwnrds. of .Vlfnlfa I | Every: llaptist at home on Sunday iniiotcmv but later confessed( to theshooting.
b* paper.r four .
and daughters; W. Sil-
: rived on the midnight train Tuesday, O. It[* Is now in the county
"i i ,i- -FlIlI'bClnk,- [orse oil when Funeral Director I D. C. Jones Started ? Oh no. The caterpillartaterpillmocl ,cox Mrs.[ A. S. i 'I'o..land ;Miss[ Deul.ih pledge when the, canvassers cull in mil I.I' 1
,,, .' MI ** f"'d Ljf'ideipower, wood took charge. "like fur.'" and. roared ; Edwards); of Starke, and ;Mis.[" It. : favor of the 75 Million; Campaign.i i --
saws fencing and thundered. like-well, to beat the J. lUinkU'v, of Jacksonville i THREE: JUKSTIONS:
< .i > n. hHI'd\\/lI't'-Almost/ ( every- The deceased! was a son of :Mrs F. D. band: it went do\vn ward into the earth :iiI'. Edwards died during the XOs\ I 1.1'hat are" you worth to God R.IIFURD| | .
thi n ,n. 'H-il, in this line, including j I Wainright of this city, and wo born instead of forwuids; The boss men and .since then the deceased remained, I without your money\ ? I ----- _
I at "'ainwI'ight, Ga. ::1:1 i:) ;Mr.Vaimiirht Ruiford. Nov. :M.! -.\. D. Andrewsnuule
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toolT bulllews, etc., :specializing years ago I scratched their heads and went home, a widow, 1 living a 'quiet, Industrious!' :2.Vhut! would( your money be '
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on Keen Kutter Cutlery 1 I I \ spent his boyhood days in leaving No. 11 in situ. life and bringing up her children in a worth to God without your ? I a business, trip to Jacksonville)
this and though he has been ; I Tuesday.
For the kitchen-Ranges stoves vicinity :'i. What are you and(
your money
Tuesday I1IQI'Iinlthe r.'tuinelwith Christian manner. She hail. joined the
;' much of the time his going I P. :\1. Piidgvtt of Lake Butler .
aim ,i'utli'r\; away is a caterpillar No. 12.: It was put Baptist church when she was fifteen together worth to. no.( was I
tlv A line of sorrow to a great number of peoplehere. Judge Jn.: I Heggs of Pcttsacola over ht'I.V.hll'8IIIY., .
For complete
hunter- ahead of No. 11, and the two machines, years old aid had been true to the : ;
lIe was a member of the Baptist I ;Miss Thelma) Schell, of Lake Butter
shotguns and rifles, shells and cartridges says in part : ,
succeeded in moving the heavy boiler teachings of her creed( ever since, and l
of nil kinds and calibres. traps church, uniting with that faith Some trouble was experienced, in her man.\' funmls will long "remember "In the SoM-ntj-fhe, Million\ Campaign made n business trip over here Tuesday \

and clay pigeons for trap shooters two years ago while in the service of crossing the railway tracks but after her for her kind, sympathetic heart thl Baptists I t of the South will s tl
and steel traps for trappers hunting his countiy Since that time he was that the progress; was! uninter- and readiness. to help where help was ,do by far mote than they have 'ever j, Victor. Bloom of Uainevlle.Va'l tine, ;
clothes and camping outfits, camp not in Staike until he returned from i rupted, except at times when the needed. Besides the near relatives done to meet the obligations laid, up"nth,11I guest of friends. Sunday I 'IiIlev t

.'ots .stools\ camp stoves etc. overseas, spending a short while with skids ran into balks. overgrown with mentioned she had. quite a numberof by the (;I''lIt Commission of our ,King. of Jacksonville; gave avery I J
For fi"hel'men-Fishin tackle of : relatives before returning to the position glass, when the machines would, more distant ones and much sympathy Savior.: They will come neater loal- interesting (lectuie at tho Baptist ,, Lit
all kinds needed here, rods reels, he had,! filled before the war. stall, but would resume!! their work is felt for them in their her icing the extent ,of their ability to do I church Thursday night. f
hooks, lmo. flies, trolling spoons, His bier draped with the flag for after some clever maneuvering.The reavement. for tho Savior, ,and, at the same time I Thelma Schell I, 1 Hen Cori,'II. 1 DoWittMigell :
etc; also boat material and Evinrude which he fought, and bordered with trial was witnessed by a large I The funeral. took place from theresiI..nl'l. will measure up inure fully to the peifoimance '. ; [ of Lake Butler were visitor I .
l'nltilll'OO' boats made to order. flowers all that was mortal of the crowd of people some of which were late .' of the deceased( on Third of their! duty than ever twfnt.l. here Suntll, )'. J
deceased was laid to rest in Crosby r II
For athletic sports-Baseballs! and interested in tractors. Though it is stieet near Orange 1 !street The Inv I ;Miss, I Inez troupe, who has been ,
bats ; tennis balls, nets and racquets' cemetery, Wednesday a'fternoon. hardly likely that another heavy boiler torment was nt Crosby Cemetery Rev Confident of Suctess Sit> s" Hon. C..1. spending a few days with her mister ; ,I
Besides his mother i
the deceased
with accessories ; foot balls, basketballs will be pulled in this manner the L. W. Kickliter performing the obse (Carson of Kissimniee"Surress :\1iFoll':; 'n Stroupe, has lotuined ti.> ;. 4
leaves the following relatives to
oroq'iet' sets, etc. experiment ,was of value as showing 'quies. I is, assured if we" work, her home) in Plant City. I
The above merely mentions the different mourn, his d..pal.ture11'H: ; Jams j I what these powerful machines cot do The family express! their sincere play" and give to out utmost" Lawrence Simmons and Maisy Simmons
but the goods to Woodward, :Mrs. T. D. Griffin, and Hit-ini'ss Methods; Appeal to Judge (0 I.
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departments
and how easily they are handled.It thanks to those who nssitcd them during of Sanderson, were visitois here
be kept in l'a'h are too numerous to( :Mr. Lucian Wainright, all of Jackson-1 is safe to say that after this it their time of trouble K.: Rentes I of linidcntown' Friday! afternoon.
detail While of the departments : ville, Mrs. Blanche Wills, of :Montgomery. i "I 1 enthusiastically endorse, the Blip-
some I will difficult to find the road -
not be. ;Miss
I Bessie' Kennedy the
Ala.. ;Mrs[ J, F. Kickliter, of spent
already well stocked, tint T": Million because, ,
are new I Campaign :
to the Camphor Farm. It will be well \M\SC.IVING; SERVICES: !
weuk-cnd with her at Lake
Staike, Mid ;Mr J. AI Wainright, of parents
goods- have !been ordered and in a I "I. It proposes to conduct, the business :
marked out. Butler.
short time from this will be Tennessee.' Of these all but the last in business-like
now one --+ The annual praise service and offering of the ;Master a :Miss Sadie Simmons the weekend
of the best supplied stores of if kindin named were present at the funeral. the haphazard, spent!
LAM: BUTLER for the congregations in Stnike way displacing spas with her sl..lI'r11'8.; A. B. Canovu
the stat' 'utside of the large cities Rex Blanchard D. Law performed the took place at the Presbyterian church modic. uncertain giving of the past in Sanderson.Mr. .

Anvthing not on hand may be ordered j' obsequies which were witnessed by a I Lake Butler, :Nov 28;Rev. S. I. Rev. 'J. C. Diggs, the ;Methodist[ !' min by a delimit tive-year program, which : and :Mrs A. U Canova. Law ,
I large number of people ((fAmong them I
Hendrix "spent Wednesday!' in Hampton. ister. delivering the sermon and :Mis.E must be accomplished! by methodical,
1! \v"i' hUM[ 's Julia W aJwfc'''*>*!i'. }L11ger'Veils. I n-ide! the Lord lonro Simmons Alvin Ruth Canovn, b I
The Qmglev: : Lumber and Supply Co. ::. K. Pl'I'I'Yl1lanethodi"t; [ chorister, systematic laying as Bei'nice, Simmons of Sanderson
;Mis\ LeonaVainri ht, W. wetothe
have a good financial backing and can W. McDonald and :Mr. T. D. Griffin of I H. V.'. Purvis superintendent} of the leading: the music! ,', being assisted by prospers us. guests of :Ml'. and ;Mrs. A. 1 P. Audi i
afford to keep on hand many articles j Seaboard Railway will spt-ak at the representatives of'the other choirs in ":2. The time Is oppoitune. '\\' Sunday afteinoon. -
Jacksonville! : [ Cecil Wainright of
foi which, thorn is little demand at t > 1' :Methodist church Sunday evening nt the city. Uarineis and the I.old'snrk. .
I '' ;Mrs. \\ ;M. Giahani, of Jacksonvilleis ,
Green (Cove Springs, and :Master Jerre
present hut for which a good local Wills Montgomery; ', Ala. I' j:::10 Everyone Invited. The sermon and. the music were The Bible is. a ,delightful batik for spending u few ,days with her parents I .
and urilei tiado will be worked I visited the Christian fanner Its Burred I
mail :Marion[ fowling and wife appropriate were certainly much pages Mr.: and ;Mis. A, I 1) Andrews
up through square dealing, courteous',' The many friends of him who so I|, the !state' fair in Jacksonville Wed (Onjo 'l"1. reflect life ns ho is familiar with it. ..
and accommodating treatment and ,' suddenly was taken hence, and of the nesday. -.- The Scriptures are much mole rural TheV.. M U. meeting met Tuesday .

systematic advertising; | bereaved relatives, bow in grief and I J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was!!l in our SPECIL CAMPAIGN: ( ; SI'NI\Y; \ than citified. Remember the plowing, I I afternoon at two o'clock at the Baptist
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The publit, are mvite.f to come and sympathize deeply! with the bereaved town Wednesday.Miss I AT THE /\PTIST CHURCH\ planting, r"apinlthe; birds, the bees! I I church I JI
inspect the stock. You will find things | ones. I : Jessie Dowlmg; of Olustee was vines, fields; threshing floors. Dr. J. Prof. It A. (;teen' and Miss Stroupewere ,

there that .,.u need now or will need in Lake Butler Wednesday enroute to :'>Iol'ninlwatdl, 7 a. m. B. Gambrell once said, "The Bible is I visitorh to, Starke Saturday.The .
later on. Come whether you want to 'I \\'. A. Jones has been on the sick i I the state fair. Bible school, 10 a. m. a plain book to the fanner; it is the victory school' mot ut the Baptist

buy or not. Christmas i is soon at }hand list for several days past, but Is much Ben Johnson of Jacksonville is visiting :Morning worship, 11 a, m. university professors who cannot understand ( church Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock for the of
and you will find many useful gift improved at present. his father Jesse Johnson, this Teams assemble, 1:30:: p, m. it." I purpose selecting
articles in this store" Dr. Hunter, of Hampton. 'made a week. Canvass begins, 2 p. m, In the mutter of his 'financial duty I their teams

Every article is guaranteed and the ] professional visit here :Monday :Mr.[ Lamar proprietor of the Edgar B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, ((5:30: the Scriptures are particularly clear I, ME'f1101)IST .:
prices leave only a small margin of A. C. Jones! of Tampa, spent Wednesday Hotel visited in Lawtey and p. m. for the farmer. Look at these quotations ; ...
profit. If you cannot chose the iron-I I afternoon with his nephew, Hampton Tuesday. Evening worship 7:30: p. m. : "All the tithe f the land, eitherof I w

ei, H' iig .. .. 11't.. -''.1 .. iur wants I ''". A. Jones. I Lake Butler is on the boom. Several Local I reports on 75: :Million. the seed of the land, or of the fruitof Sunday school, 9:15: a. in., I.. A. Davis -
to Mr McLane, and he will give you Kilmer Woo ard and sister, Es- additions are being made to Lake HIANCIlARO I). LAW the tree Is the Loid's." "The children : supenntendent. '!
just what you need. I telle, attended the show at Starke on Butler homes. Pastor of Israel brought in abundancethe I No preaching service. "E EI
Starke people should rejoice over I I Tuesday. Cleveland Johnston, of Jacksonvillewas first fruits *. * they also. brought I Epworth League, ll"p!: in. '

the advent of this store, as they will' Death of C. L, NortonIt :' g'l'eetinlfriends and relatives in was in town Tuesday afternoon. in the tithe of oxen: and sheep and ,, Prayer mel'tlf1ItVl.lneH.IIIY, 7:13:
find, within its limitations, numerous is with much sadness that we Lake Butler this week. P. P. Dekle, of Five :Mile, was in brought in the offerings and, the tithes p, m. '
articles which hitherto could only be I chronicle the death of C. L. Norton (I Smiley Pmholster of St. Petersburg town Fiiday. and. they dedicated, the things faith i Lawt"yIL.thooli"t: Church

had from the big mail order stores (Buddy as he i is better known. sun-I was visiting here Saturday. Supt. E. R. Popped and family, of fully." Jesus said, "You tithe the I Sunday school, !ft):"!) u. m., A, H. '(
and as this store gains in renown out day about the noon hour the sad. Rev. Ruris, of Baker county was Staike, motored over to Lake Butler mint and anise and cummin and passover Hut ley, superintendent.Preaching I'I
side of Starke it will help to draw'' began to spread all around of his in town Saturday. ; Saturday afternoon for a visit of several the weighing mutters. of the law, I i II a. m. and 7 p. m \

trade to other stores here. death. He had. only been confined to I :Mr[ and Mrs. W. E. Loadholt- spent I days with :Mr[ and Mrs[ IL, Tom- judgment, mercy and,I faith ; these. you I" J. C. DK.G3( ,, I 1 1I
-.-- i his bed just a few days before his Wednesday in Jacksonville at the fair. linson. ought to have done and 1 not leave those! Pastor j jIU' ji

THERE*.*..\ I death, being stricken on 'Vt'dnesdny,1 I II'Inth; Snpp and daughter, of ; D.V. Boium spent! Saturday and. untlone." I ---:--
before that being ... the of lr.1 Let ill Stuike, ax- C.
Jacksonville are guests Sunday in Klco. Ga.: every Baptist i \ OF Til.VNhsAfter ; ,
Ther.,ssa, NO\T :28! _-.1. B. Ridell of hearty Fmlny afternoon\ an operation and ;Mrs Rink Richard Mrs Scott, of Valdosta, IH the guestof '' ept those on the canvassing teams
Lai'kins. last week 'I* busine-s worse until the .end came. All enjoyed a cane grinding at ;Mr.[ Little EIlu Mae Strickland, is. ill :'Oth: from :2:! to t> in the afternoon. many persons in Staiku j.t'llveIe/ fi. 1
Mr .I. T.. King has returned after I was done for him that; loving handsI mid ;Mrs. George: Alderman Tuesday with pneumonia, this week "I 1'1\1' Tenth is the( Lord's" 'f .nanciai. aid which'' was much needed, '
a stay' of some length at Cleveland! ( and tender hearts could, dO) but tn no i evening I I, :Mrs Edwards: and son, of Alachua The height of dishonesty is not ,do ''and I desinto, return my heartfelt .
Ohio, with relatives and, friends. avail. For the Heavenly Father who Call Alderman and several friendsof county., are visiting ;Mrs A. C Strick scribed in the Scriptures; as that in I thanks. to eiuh/ and every one of my I
Mr. and, ;Mrs' It D :May and children doeth all things well and knoweth I Gainesville; visited George Alderman land. which a neighbor is dnfiuuded but good friends who no kindly and generously 1
were visitors.. to Starke Saturday. best took him from his sufferings to I Tuesday evening :Mrs. J. E. Harper drove over toNew that in which ( ;ioil is cheated out of l: ,runti.buted: money, clothing and .. I
afternoon and while there they attended I], receive his reward Ho had alwajs Russell, Chastam and W. C. Town- River Monday and Tuesday. She his tenth "Will a man rob (in.! ',' yet household. /: ui'tit les for the benefit of

the movie, been known to be an upright man and send spent Monday and Tuesday, in is teaching school at that place and ye have robbed me': Hit ye .say l I my; two ihildien. unit, myself. The ,
Mrs J. II :Moore[ of Starke. spent I always tried to be fair and square in Jacksonville attending the !state fairMrs. splendid( work is being accomplishedunder Wherein ? In tithes and offerings "I I I I many courtesies arid thoughtful kinii- '
last w<-,>k h- re with her sort, DV.. hill dealings. He wilbe\ greatly ; J. ;M. :Mann is vi"itinlfriend'! her able management Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse ,I 1' nesses that I have received will always ol
Moore[ I, missed by many. in Jacksonville this week. Rand Phillips of Elro, Ga.: is visiting that they may hi-/ meat in mine''' remain a bright spot in my
Kilmer Woodard, of Bridgend. is He leaves to mourn his untimelyend ;Miss Agnes :McKenna, of the Or- D. W. liorum and family this house + e and I will rebuke the ,de- memory. KEREN: STEWART: I

upending the week with his mother his widow and one little son and phan Home Society, Jacksonville, week. vourer." -- ---- -- 4'I.
Mrs[ S. B. Woodard. mother :Mrs[ :M. Norton, of Hastings, spoke in the club room Friday even- :Miss Thelma Schell spent Tuesday reading of the lost! book of the Hun. Cary A. llardev, of Live Oak. -

.. C. Sullivan was a visitor to the five si'l'tl.'n and one brother, namely, ing to an attentive audience, and at in Raiford. ': Old Testament will show that in addition Calls on Baptists t a Match Faith
county seat Thursday.' :Mesdames W. G Mersey, of :Miami, the school building Saturday morning. The Woman's Club will meet Monday to spiritual blessings! even temporal With Money

.I R. :M, King, of Jacksonville was HttieWilkerson and Lizzie Sumblin, Mrs. B P. Wilson has moved her afternoon at 3:30:: o'clock and each are promised the man who carefully "The Baptist denomination in the
) home during the week-end. of Sanford, Bpnia Masters[ ; and ;Martha [ household goods to Ocala and will member is requested to be present. obeys'God in this matter of the South numerically, is stronger than

Miss Estelle Woodard spent a few Dixon! of Ilastingsand. Henry make her home with her son, B. Max Jeff :Mizell, of the Fort Call section tenth. any other denomination. Not only l-i
f. days during last week at Starke, the Norton of West Palm Beach, all of Wilson The entire town regrets to was in town Sunday. Now suppose that the Christians in it strong in numbers' but it also possesses
J4 guest at her uncle and aunt, :Mr. and whom were with him during his sickness lose this. estimable lady :Mrs.[ E. L Overhy and daughtersand the South should decide to obey tho untold wealth. We shall se, I
:?J. Mrs. D. D. Woodard. and death but :Mrs. Horsey. He Sam Singer attended the state fair Miss Margaret Gary left Fridayfor Scripture in giving the tenth. What I as a result of this campaign, how
' II E. :Moorer and son, Arthur, were leaves a large number of other near Wednesday. Valdosta and other points in Geor '' would be the result? Well, for one strong it Is In spiritual leadership. I
; visitors to Ha tup ton Saturday afternoon relatives, all of whom have the heartfelt Willard Parker spent the week-end gia, after a visit with Rev S. S. Proc. thing there would be a great revivalof I What of our boasted numbers! and!
sympathy of the entire commun here with his family. tor and family. They will return to religious life In our Everybody swollen wealth if neither of them is a I jII

I' Blanton Owsley. of Jacksonville ity.The Jim Adkins and charming daughterof Richmond), Va.. about the 2nd of De- would be deeply alrected.I, convertible asset for use |In the great
was home Saturday night and Sunday pallbearers were Messrs. H. E. I New River motored to Lake Butler cember. Such a course would speak louder for work of the Kingdom? ;r

with sis mother, :Mrs.[ J, E. Owsley :Moorer M Z Sullivan, Ben Sasser Saturday afternoon. Quite a number of friends of Bob I religion than preaching> The young "As churchmen, we muit bo a fjr- .
Mr and Mrs Jim Koon of Waldo and Sidney Trlest.' J. O. Fralick and wife, of Starke Green enjoyed the cane grinding at would be molded in living and think. ward looking people or accept that
spent Sunday here with her parent, The deceased was forty-seven yearsof motored through Lake Butler Wednesday his!) home this week i i ing. Every home would be more of a state of decay which always comes
Mr. and Mr. J. P. Padgett.J age and had been a member of the enroute to Providence. Mr. and Mrs. John Fralick and chil! sacred place. FUasautest of all, the from inactivity whether in a physicalor
L. King made a business trip to Baptist church for a number of years. Mrs Purvis Mott has returned to dren of Providence, motored over to Christians would be blessed with clear spiritual universe
Jacksonville Saturday He was a faithful and regular atten- her home in Palatka after a pleasant Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. consciences, growing faith, more "Personally, I shall make a liberal
Owing to sickness the a. -of the dant at all services. visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ellis Whittemore returned to [ working forGo Baptist church Rev. E. Kens, The funeral 1 services were held at John Mott. her home In Jacksonville Sunday after ( business management. One writes "I a Baptist and will not do likewise ?"
he was unable to P" >.. appointmentS the Baptist church Monday morning The town of Lake Butler was madeto a visit with her sister Mrs. Parrish. began keeping? books that I might Please do not hesitate to pledge for
.'...ti... ."*. I-gaudy.: where a large crowd of sorrowing rel. feel sad Sunday morning when glye God His tenth. Through twenty five years. :Notice. preferably written
I' _a motored over to the atlves and friends assembled' to pay mews of the death of,Mr*. Gilespie, of Miss Edna Fan-cloth spent the years now J can. look on my books ando either to the church: treasurer or
c : Mutt Saturday afternoon their last respects to the deceased. The Five Mile reached here. weekend with her.parents Mr. amirMrm. >. what I have done. I am able to to the pastor that you wish to change
Mrs. S. R. Swindel is improving after remains were laid to rest in the family Mills Stroud of Starke motored to George! D.Faircloth. note the increase of income, also the your pledge or that you are unable
being confined to her bed for several lot in Hope cemetery Rev. D. L. Lake Butler Tuesday morning. Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular f increase of the tithe. I have not got. to pay will adjust the matter at once. t
days patt. Phillips of Lawtey conducting the sad Dr. J. M. Mann and A. E. Proctor appointment at Baldwin Sunday going ten rich but I am able to loan moneyto BLANCIIARD D. LAW.J. .
Mrs. S .B. Woodard and children funeral rites The floral ,uttering visited Jacksonville Friday evening.. to Jacksonville Monday to take an extent. When I began tithing W. !MORGAN, Pastor.
were visitors to Starke Thursday were many and beautiful. Gordon Johnson, of Five Mile, in the fair I wet a few hundred in debt." Treasurer.
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I P'H n i i'i ie ..r.uKV.: "iT;:*">TTIP w i III ju>;t tie .:;.. xfiint;;;';; to 'know liow you orUuii\ > bTm" ". nm iuu.iioc

putlent' III bring him around to our like jour Job." steadily<< up nnd wlnketl, at De Spain.

'' with McAlpIn, outrugi 1 stumped out of
Nan Hide. Wiping' his nioii 'i guurdedly!
if "X,','<'r. Nnn." biN hand to plnj' l "r time and as nn the room. Hroudjlnil; the dipper In

"lion't) be so mire. I know him better Introduction to a i .in,itilly worded 1 re- both hnmls Hull with I I nn ellor \\l1I"H".1.

MusicMountain iliiin' jou !do and when he corneH J.ly. Hull 111'1'\0'11.\ ":Ir.[ ,de Spain, I one bund at the Until moment piillmlnnrlly -

I for iiiivlHuly. he COIIH-H all at once.Win wnnt to ask jou .1ii"t 1 one question." over hi- 'iii .uth, aud. rul.slug. -IGl

'. it's riinnj' Henry. Now thnt I'm "do ahead. Hull." the bowl, emptied\ It. The poison. electrified "

: ,ilcMnK you're losing it !I" him Into. utterance. "I si-en
| up couraKc Hull plunged promptly' Into the suspicion I
declared. holding\ his thin
I He shook his hi',ad. "I don't like ,' uppermost, In his mind. "IIns, her he
well down and In. nnd 1 speaking [in upardoimhly
the way thing:* tire golnx.; that slat-eyed.. 1II1\1"'d.\ sunvappedsneiik '
throat."Good. .
proud
"IN. .'uile." she ui'ui-fl. "should be nny of a Seoichmiin been complaining "

sufiT ut lioini' If I wore your wife, than of my work? That Mr. de Spuln," Hull !
I things tied up for fnlrovir P8cka2e
got
"They've
I inn as ynur sweet In-art.. I .don't} want emphasized Hull leunlng forward "Itwhui }! there." He ..poko "slowly nndbrokenly. a

By to start u horrible, family war by runniliK I mint to Know Ilrst-i.s It u fnlr 5c
I "I 11t'\'t.r got Inside the
FRANK H. SPEARMAN auiiy, and that" Is Just wliut I certulnlj question?" house till nfter supper.[' Toward night before the war I
Author of "WHISPERING SMITH"iCopyrtgtil .hould. till "P.ull," returned. De Spnln with
the stock.He .
I helped. Parduloe put up
De Spain::( wax unconvinced. Hut npprilieiislon corresponding und. ceremonlul, cinplinels let me Into the kitchen nfter my

0 0 0 0 Mw--: Is!! ..hll.t-II, VI'II In joungheartsi "it Is u fair question between man coaxing for n cup of coffee--he's nn '

bf ChorJM, ttcrlbD r%ttonal The HUH shone, the Kky spread mill mini. I ndmli It ; it Is n fulr question. ornerjcoldblooded guy that I'ardn- -

a NpeckleKH( blue over denert and mounInln. And I answtr no Hull. :McAlpln !- nnd Sussoon; think the package
DuKe
"Kiss and) make "I'| In i-xclalmed) with the ilny went to their ciiHtlen and<1 1I bus had. nothing on the f.ice of loe. Old the of htshend a
rises and ttcts! on top
U laugh. Hut sin' I LIIO'\>'' he. WIIH angrj dreams.I In n retired. corner of the the doHt-rt to do with my Hendlng for sun 5c

laughing )lie hirnng' , toward) her and De Spain mado no comment.VhllHt .
houwe, they HriKered" together over alongdrawnout you wuut to heur. It : ho says )hecrtuldn't ) "
tried to cntch her iirm. '' dinner. The .better-In. complain of your work because "\ I wus' drinking my coITee-

"I ""I't touch 'mel": she (cried JumpIng formed guests, by, asides indicated. theirpreseiicii you ne\er .do any." ""'It,, guve It to you?"

away with her linnil In ln f blouse. tu. ollit-rx. They. described, "That man" persisted' Hull "Old Pittniiy, tilt'Iex.: Pnrdnlop

t "You little vlxi n." he exclaimed with them HH the hardy ,roiiplo, / who had Irst enforced by the hearty tone and re'j' goes out to thetimkhnuse ; I sits down package

nn on 111, "what have you got there, ?" met In u stiff lYonlli day rllle match clearly catching the drift of tin-, very to my supper' alone, with Hiinny at a

Hut he halted ut hi'r ,gi-sture, uud,} Nun \\lilrh I the girl had. uon. Her defeated Inst words. "drinks more liquor thua the stoM. All of n sudden who comes 6c

punting, stood lit r tnumd."Keep ). l'I\'III-th... man mm' most regarded and I do." I n-trlpptn'\ In from the front of the NOW

u\\ii)' !1" ,-In-. cried.Vlure !. feared! In the mmmlalu country-WIIH "Ho must be some' tnnlc Bull" house but Nun. I Jumps up ns

"\ did you get thnt knife?" the innn \Mtli the retln-nt\ mouth mild ".\11,1 I don't hide. It, :Mr. de >
thundered (lule.) eyes curious birthmark and with the "You'd have to crawl under :Musle l und "stiff, to Jump up renl strong. She

"From one who. showed me how to two little, perplcM-d, wrinkles vlxlhlt* mountain to do that. Whnt I '\:11I1: to seen III" but didn't pay no attention.

use It on II eowurd !" most of the- time Jn .1 I between his clinkejebrows know 1'1. do you like your Job?" t dropped. my spoon' on the lloor. It

He nfl'ec-ted uiauw-inent nnd tried toIIIIHB "' the mini listening Intently On thin l point It was Impossible to didn't. d"i no good neither so I pushed! THE FLAVOR LASTS

the Incident< olT 'na u Joke. Hut to every HJliable that fHI from the lips Ilt'1It1 expression", from Hull. He feltconvinced u hot plate of ham and gravy off the

id* 'dUNlmiiliitloti" wns moro dungcrouH of the hilly bloUMil active gill( opposite ( thnt De !Kpuln( was pressing table. It hit the dog) 'n' he .!lumped,

(.he knew, than his brutullty and he him, leaning forunrd in her eagerIICSH for nn answer only us u prelimtnnry like kingdom( :: connOld Hiinny sails SO DOCS THE PRICE!
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left her the pn,j to more than one to tell him things. [Her* Jacket to hit. discharge.' "No mutter" Into 11I('. Nun\ ii-\\iitclilu'.. und. whiliMex .

ahirm and the ivmwed, resolve never hung over the back of her chair, and Interposed the' latter cutting Bull's wiis ),lcIlu' up und' ,'I<'nlllll' up. I

to be taken oil' IUT guard.. That night she hersilf was referred to by the tumblings] short ",lr"ll It, Hull. I want I sneaks over to the itove nnd winks

bo cume hu<'k. Hitold, her uncle, inure funclful. us 'ipun of the outlaw jou to do something for me, und I'll at Nnn. Suy, jou oughteree; her I

glancing uilmlrlngl.v. ut Nun us be recounted cump) at Music mountain. puy for It." IIII
the liow Hhe had Htood,
Htorj The two were "seen' together that day Hull with n paNIcd smile und n

her giotind ugaliiKt him In thu mornlog. about town by many for t the story of deep, quavering note of grutltude. Put

their courtship was Mill veiled In mjstery up hts shaky hand. ":-IIY; ", bllt. That's
Nor did' Nun like the way her uncle iind. IIlTllr'11'I'IIuIIII' "
for the nil. I've been [llIld.
ncted while lie listened, . and 1
< after
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wldi-st while Unit of theirdlllicultles
Npcculutlon "Yon know you're n sot Hull.
word. He talked good denl nbout and<1 I-u.'h. particulars us De! Hull noddwl. "I know It."

Only und tin- WilY she wns treating 'Spaln'8,, fiultless efforts to conciliate "A disgrace/ to the Maker \\ hoseImage
her cousin. \\111'11 Nan .declared ...ht
Duke "
Miirgun uml Imke'H
open threatsagainst jou were made In,
never would I IHIMiinjthlng to do with Do life ..
( Spain's were widelyknown. Hull started tint' seemed on reflection -
him her uncle 1 told. lu-r wlih disconcerting
All thi'se iMaiU mude! the to consider this n point on which
liluntncss to all th, of her
get out iiio\eiiu-nt iiinl the fute of the jount; he need not commit himself.
huad for nliiwu4 going to him.
marry couple[ t the object of keenly curium "Still. I believe there's n man In you
When she protested, '' ..he never would, I
cOIIIIIH'nt. yet. Something at nny rate you
Duke told, her with Imrsli
ninny ontlis I
In the late nfternoon the two rode couldn't completely kill with whIHk)'.
that .fche Hhuiild m-M-r marry I>e Spuln I
utmost the whole li:ngth of Main street BIlIIwhIlU"lIulI
even If he hud to kill him or get killed,
together( on their uay to the riverbridge. lifted his weak nod wnteryrye
to Btop It, mill that If ulie bud 1 any
K\crjime. knew the hurst-Mesh '*. Ills whlsky-seiimed! fuce brightened
pense ulie would Jot'rUlllly to miirry they 1 biMruiii' none cleaner-limbed' Into the ghost: of n smile.( "Whnt
her cousin peticeubly, lidding. Hint If
hardier or faster in the high country, I'm going to ask you to do" continued,
she didn't have seiisihe. would 1 seehlnmelf I
Ihosc that watched them iimble slowly De :Spain.;( "Is a man's Job. You cnn
It was provided' 1 for her.UN .
I p.ist I. laughing( und tnlklng Intent get Into the gap without trouble.(>\1 I
threats left Nun nghnst. I'or two
only on eucli other, urcct: poised, nmlmotionless are the only man I CUll put my hand
iliijs Mho thought( lhi-m. nil over. Ibennho
us If molded to their saddliM !- on Just now that cnn. I wnnt j-ou to I
dressed, to go to town. On herway
often poke' of )having Heen Nan ride over this morning nml hang nut 1STI

to the burn her uncle" Interceptedher. 1 and her ]lover thnt (laj?. It wns n longtime around DukeIorglln's:\ place till j-ou

\\here Jou ,going? before, they were seen riding cnn get n chance to see Miss Nan-" I
Cut." turned WHS th< re to HIU'. >Ueti h ofot.r. [ dieii's Hour tike u fenst. For thu
"To Sleepy( Nan regarding of her
:\ At the mention name Hull
down Illlntr..t.t! together again. her. I uiuheon wu>- und tiny toddlers there Is n aileille'iu.
: him colk-rti-dly. shook his head n moment In ulllrmntlve -
he wns tiili.ing to u Iii 'liknot "' sometimes Vm-edii HiscuitTii.l
"No, you're not" he announced CHAPTER XXI. approval.' "She's!: a queen !" hetxclulmed I \\riiii n. 'Hie n, v ..mlI h i; inI milk somelines! (trnhani Crack-

bluutly. I with admiring hut pungentexpletives. :: .- I Iltd iiuii''lmi > in ii i i nt neiil Cnuker*. or Lunch His-

Nnn looked nt him. In Hllence. "Idon't De Spai Worries. ".\ queen !" .National Hisiutt ixnilin. |> i i I i eh'i'ned on Hpeclalld

watit jdii running to town anymore They purled, that evening under the "I think so, HuU. Hut she 1 Is In N1 I-Eats a Piping Hoi Supper." I untlj my own tnstj I neetlneon. I inniu > Time Sugar Cook.ewtons -

to meet l>e :Spain: ndded Duke, troublesome "'rcul1l tlnctI. You know I HKed her. and and. rarest of
shadow; .[ of Music mountain agreed:: to look mad') at mo. She was hot. but I *3i diijH when had
fortul ly us Mj spoke UK > we
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without nttempt to soften his In Nan and I-
uny
In Ciiliilinsa* Nun ii-wlnKln', and. I to her kind,
mei t just as! soon us kept says and | ce i ream und Nabisco, und those
junction."I'.ui could gi't uwny. :She; hoped( she tnldhim. Hull winked. In ninny wnyx. of huskjllktot\ : uny ]letters for rt our iiurty dajs.
['v.' got to "go to town once Inn ".\n.1. her Uncle Duke Is making us '
to bring good: news.. De :Spainnrrnnged ; C'ttlubnsus tonight ? :Suy..he; looUi-d, t' Is Just a
while, whether I meet Henry de his business to unit ut Culabiisus trouble, Hull. I wnnt you to find! her, nt me as If she'd.. bore, holes Into me. us' happily.. ,

Spain or not L'licle I hIke." for lit" '. and. wns there, nftertwo speak with her, und bring word to meus but I stood right up nnd glar.. back" SfeJ." nil and made us sure they

"What do jou luivo to go for?" ilajx. doing little but walling), und to \\hut the situation Is. Thatdoesn't ut the little gill. 'Come from tlvro i oinliig every day for

"\\ for mail 1I'IIII'I-'ver-[ !! listening! to McAlpln's stories about meun jou're to get drunk over tills mornlnV ..nys I, 'going:: 10.1. !, tonlKht. Ur both know we must feed
thing./ "" there-In fuel, I don't think finj'body Soiiieonu: there us w e must
the tiro nml MirmlxcH as to .strange \ /: waiting toriu
"I'urduloe cnn attend to all that." over there would give you u drink-" if we would
men thnt lurked In and about.. theplace. -\\ s.
Nnn shook' ; her hend., ""ll<'lht'I' he I Hut De :Spain; knowing Jeffries "Don't 1 believe they vouhl."' "Hy Jln/,( .Tust ns! I got the wmil" uftcr their like

... can or not. I'm not going: to be cut olT was' milking nn Independent, Imcstlgutloti "And j-ou lire to ride buck here with out o' my mouth who conirs. -lalk-,

\ from going to :Sleepy; Cut t'nile Duke li.to the nffulr giue no heed
-nor from Hcclng Itinry de Spuln.\ [ suspicions.To after you get Into the cleur, us a horse lie seen me, he lit on me to l"'.ii uiebund .

"MeiiuiiiH: ( tn Miy jou won't obey, gi-t nwny from the bnrn boss. Do will bring ):Ou." -culli-d me everjthliii he "muld

(,h?" Spain took. 1..t'II"l"ln. riding. The season Hull passed. his hllll.1. over his mouth Ill)- his tonsil" to. I let' on 1 .'.usdninlt Bringing to

"When I'm going to n mun ItIsn't with a show of resolution. It laUIcnfed '.
marry winter the door of
was drawing on toward but thnt didn't [help. lie QI) jiliTcd j your

I "You're right to not forbid going' /me to m-elng nnirry him.htm ; tuid ruin ilomls. .drifting nt Interuds thnt ho .\\11" pulling himself! together. me off the premises. 'N' the ', dining room as close as your own kitchen the J

Within half hour he wason worst of It WII"1111:' ihlmed'. light. In i innd
down from the mountains mno> thoHuddle nil
j. you're golni; to iiiiirry Clule. nnd thequicker matchless facilities of the best and most wholesome
n less dependable, escape from his. wny to the gup. begun\ to .scobl r.utiny for It'ttln'I I, )
[ you muke up your mind to It bakeries in the world. Uneeda Biscuit t
'J the Fur [De hours druggedns me I In-and leaves the room quicklike \ -
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the better.! monotony of ('lIllhll""". :Seernldnys Spain ncier / /

'I "You, might:: better ta'lnil'\ I nm going passed with lie) sight. of Nnnnnd did Tfip hours 'ietwe Hull's\ starting Hiinny put It on rarduloe] nndKlin come to you as fresh and immaculate as
ami, the of the that and' ( !ale had It. nn b' Jing.!:: dale 11'11<
to marry Hull 1'age I would lUll a-ry lie) word from her. De Spain, us settlug. sun when they were taken from the oven.
him llrst. I will III.-MT Halo the hours ami. .dujs went by, scunned'. night without his !return.! .Ant) the sunset put' me out-"mill he'd popper me. Hut to"pud 'hoor
murry I ten
Morgun. In the, living; world. und Ive the horlzim with Inert-using solicitude.When In'hind 1 :Music mountain In n drift unit till I tell y' lm\\' she fooled him. ( of i' NATIONAL BISCUIT .JjPK'I 'IeI'Iw..re mrrvM'AMV

.\ told. you KI> mure than once." he woke on Iii,. sixth morning, of heavy clouds, that brought ruin. All It wns ralnln' like h-I.I V It looked vvutfHour. ."' enough

: lie regarded his niece n moment he wns resolved' to send a scout Into fM'llllU-:: felltiMlllily., At l-fl'MMl us If 1 was hooki-d for u ride through *dJKr. but, ulwajn

: wrathfully and 1. without repljlug, the gup to lenrn whnt he could, of theHltuatlon. o'cloik De Spuln' Iind gl\en up\ hope It iind I hadn't half drunk my mi-inul "You see, .ven ,I ___ always dainty. aliIng -

wulked I bntk' to the house. :Nun upsetbut I The long ,,1I'II<'t'. De :Spainkntw. ;( of seeing his emls-ury before, morning cup of ci.ffee nt thnt. I starts for the went on. 'are much: like . ; ns onlj :National I IIIInl

portended. nothing good. HeKent and was sitting! ulone before( thestove bnrn when sonu-onc In the .dark on >l. They lire most lovable aim : Hlseuit rrinlucts cun be, During the
resolute. went tm to. the burn undnsked the porth grabs, arm.pins me moot tractnbh..!! after they've hiftlsomething "III''h<,,, nn bntilen/ were growIm;
to thi stalde.. lor Hull\ I'age.The / In the otllce when he heurd' theHound ( my i
I'urdaliie ,
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to Middle" her puny.1'ardaloe to "lIt.ntlollal: Hlscntlilalutks up' vve "i 'I' ml ,spd the Chll-
Khiimbllng) barnman summonedgruffly 1 oi hoofs. [In another momentHull around. like n top. throws llu-her up! '
..hulll.llIro\lllllln. nil obliging( I alwajs 1.-)11 our Chi'Calomel, d l 'i H with ltstaty: feast.toor .
I by McAlpIn[ ( hesitated. as he' I'uge" stood ut the dOlor.I Into my face\ nnd there \\iis Nan.
of evasion
end
but the
Home
WII nt
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ndmltted he had orders not to do It. f or-I| He uas u "s.iiry' ...I"ht.IIlIkt..1:; toI 'Hull, she snys\ Tm sorrjI don't ,
I the' skin by the steady downpour ; want to see you ride out In tills with :
Nun llamed I nt the Information. She
I / nothing to oat; come this I
I rain diipplng' Jnteimlttent/y from his ; way quick.
dlsllkt-d. Purduloo anjwiiy not for anyreason I
I frnjed, hat. his "ragged( beard, and tu- "She took HIP down cellar from the
t-lie could asslKU beyond I I ten'd matlinking; ..; with the cold us nwslde. under the kitchen, When
that he had once been n chum ofiule's.
(: . Hut fchc was too high-spirited { If grlppi-d:. bjj ajn! ague. Hull, puking( !:: (iiiln. goes' out again( she (lings up the

his staggeilng steps' to the tire, nnd trapdoor .praks to Mex. pulls, nil the :
to dispute wltb him und returned to
sinking In u heup Into u cbulr. symh.'ii kltihen shades.. the house with Indignation. Cuing
pink ( is a dangerous drug. It Is
I '> d tinuttcrmoxt tribute of manhood nnd I sets down on' the trapdoor sti'ps I
trul.ht to her 'uncle'' .he 111'lItt..tt.tIIIglllll
t snrb tjrnnny. Duke wus Insensible I to. the ravages, of whl II)'. He 'n' oats n plpln', hot supper ; snylWell [ mercurv-quicksilver and attacks your

alike to tier pleas and. her wan< "t drunk. He had I not even been I reckon I drunk u couple o' bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today
but his[ : of coffee. 'Hull,' she 'I 1
drinking \ltullty was gone.Hi ( Vinrtst snys.
th rents. and you will feel weak sick and nauseated
,
tllid\ to spi-uk. It was Impossible [ never done )'ou no hnrm. did I?'
Hut next morning Nnn wns nt
up
Hi- tongue would three o'clock. She made\ h'rII Intu
words, nor his throat utter them. He none, neither, did I? And what's work.
the burn before" u Html wastlrrlng,
could onlj' look helplessly[ nt DCSpnln more, I 11t"'l'r11I do\ j-ou none.' Then
und at dajhrcuk wits well on her way
InSpuln hastily nmde him ,I nnd told her. 'Tell him,'
us up says i ishe.
to :Sleepy:. ( 111. :She telt' 'phoned to DeVpnIn's
:\, olllce from the hospital. nnd "stund, up on his shaking( knees, threw '1 <'1I1I'tl't/ hold of n horse norjn Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead !IIT

went to breukfa-t. lu> :Spain Joinedher n big( \blanket uround him. "sut him pen, nor n piece of pllp'r-I can't |

before she hud. finished and! when down, kit ked open the "stove drafts, !leave the hnusp- but what I nm' rt" my pimr.mtef "ok your back to the tore anil, get your money.

they I.'ft the dining room she explained nnd called to :McAlpIn" for more whisky niched every minute. Thi\v keep drugguit' for a bottlti of Do
why ulie hud disappointed, him tin, daybefore. to stfiidy the wreck of It crouchIng triu'k of me day und night. Tell him' I Liver Tone unil tRkt' a spoon CuI to- Do.hon's. Liver Tone tonight and

He board the utory with misMf mer the tire.McAlpIn. she nys... '1 can protect, myself ; they Light. If it iloenn't nt.irt your liver' wake up feeling great. It'i perfectly!
\ .. : [ after considerable nnd reluctant : think thi-.ril' break me make me da and
11\1" straighten right better harmless
you up 10 give it to your children
si arch produced. a bottle, nnd whnt they unnt me tolIIarrhllt
"I'll tell you how It looks to me, I 'ha.n. calomel and without griping or any time.: It can't salivate to letmaklnr
unwilling, for more rt'IIsi., than one.to they can't break me, nnd I'll never do
Nan, he said when khe hud done"You ; you sick I want to them eat afterward.
you go anything
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trust It to Hull's uncertain po sesslon. It-tell him thnt. I
nre like n person that's being -
.. brought n dipper. Hull: held the I Con'.nu.d"t We.kiCLAY - ---- -
bound tUhti; <>viry day hj Invisiblecords.
\""IIII..II't t-ee tlu-iu because, M"U dipper while De Spain poured. SIcAl-[ ---+ a business'' trip to Jack-onville! I-'l'illI.... W. :'01. Au,.tm wns tno (rue-t ofu

nre fenrle n. You are too' feurliln, bi'hind the .stove. hopped' llr..t on HILL F. 11. Lang arrived, homr n fe'vdajs -: *ei" :Mis. I 1..110 TnmiT, of :MaN- j

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--- :Spain:, nvklessly continued I to pour. Tiny 11111.ov.: 28. II. D. Hudson folk ,
In the. expression of hts fuce. He Looked De .f <: '' 11-1 n" wa n hu-ini'ss \i' at
"['II ttll jou wliut I wish join.. do. uud Span Tentatively. When the liquor Imlf[ filled the cup. and) II. S, Starling mn.lta business :Mrs.' Flossie Tanner, of .!.Tncksonville to Highland Thursday.

I 8iij' it knowing jou won't do It." he'concluded. peared nt the ntlni door und sitmedto Mi.\lpln put out untnlstukable illstre trip to J.iiksonville Monday and Fri is pi-nilm( u. while with her < is- '\'jIJ't1'n' p"I'1' is on the slck i 1-, '

I I regard the. situation withuspiclon.. '''M signals, hut Hull nutihlng the I day. IfOr. Mrs.V.. .-X. :StarlingV. : at this writing.R'bert .

I She inutle light of hit fears. twlMlng He looked nt De :Spain: ti-iimtlM'ly. asIf brown stream, his eyt-s gnlvnuized ut Mrs. Lizzie !Strickland and childrojwen \ II.V.. Cutter left Sunday afternoon

his right hum! till It wus lu-lpb' 's, in rendy either. for tin- discharge( with the .sight held fn-t to the bundle." nnd IlIit'St!< of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.tnrl.l1Jl fur Jiu-i[ "onvillp where he TII'lor'a in Highland onb1
I, made no lgn" to stop. "Hull : thundered \:-im-si Th ir Juj'.
her two builds and luPghlng ut htm. whlih he wns thillj' threatened i>r for Friday.Mrs. will rend a couple of weeks with
"How. do know. . the barn boss with nn euiphatlcword. :Mack Tanner of Maxville, spent
jou I won't do It? a n-newal of his t-nrller frlindly relations friends and relatives.Richard .
: C. M. Hudson ant! children of luit. ,
"That Is! Klpuso'a: t".ltle.'hllt week the iruost of his grandparent"
"Iti-funse I've n..k..111 "before. This with the. bet'
nmn who had I nqueer
de Jneksitnv. .lie. sperTuesday night the Lung ion the sick li*-tat :Mr.' :Mr' John Austin.Kev. .
? Mr. ,
'h.r.. are you dreaming of. tiiuu and *
Is It. : and
: Marrj me, now toilny enough to make n pliice for him. this writln .
don t take any more i linnets' out there." De Spain set Hull down before him Spain, j-iiu'll kill hi III. Don't je nee guests tit> :Mr. Hudson's parents, :Mr.nml : (iideon Prevail, Middleburp: ,

lit "Hut. Henry." protested.) Nun, "I <,nll'ttQIlU.1..rtlU In the stuffy lilt 10, office. )he can't tell j'e to stop?" :Mm. Henry Hndson. J. A, Starling was transacting bus. ,1, filled his regular appointment at
E. H. Carter and son Henry made iness in Lawtey Satur<1ay. I Maxville
Saturday night and Sunday.
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SOME( : INNS;; .roil FAKMEUS price than if put on the market this secretary, Ine Abernathy. Membersof ! : secretary, Elma Shaw. Cicero's. Orations I : I I j
fall when hogs are plentiful. this club are, Ona Kita 11'ard, Pearl ,' first three orations). i I
The "ateIal'ketinjt: Curruu haM: - and) Klnui Shaw Jl.'nlll.Iaud: ,' Crosby ;NOTICE; : TO TEACHKUS: Virgil's EIICH! (first ) !! ;
rendered, to the farmers of Florida n The unusually warm weather during Ella :Mae Huzen Willie Mae ;Nabb; There will also' be : ,
g rout M"l'vic'-ColI>!U'uetiv..ly. It 1M October caused rapid breeding of Calar Cone" Ida Uelle Crosby, Lorene :Notice is. given teachers that the tions on the parsing and i
I now"' attempting to render a serviceof corn weevils with the result that untreated Ilazen, Inei Abernathy, Lollie Giiin- questions given by this board for the struction", of the extract so I : :
, lilt I'O '<'tion. corn now contains many more ey Mann Andreu 1.t'1111Iul': Andrea examination of teachers will be basod State Board of \ 1 I :
of dun'tswhich veryfa'merdshonbiit weevils than is usual at this time of At Rrooker :Mrs Scott has also organized f upon t the text books numCd! in the -. I : !
Kite onsiderution., They are: the year. Unless stored corn is fumigated a poultry club for IflJO! the state adoption, with the following exceptions PINE: : HILL j 1
Thi' text "grow more," has beer promptly losses will be even enrollment of members showing the : I improving'I', : : i
t t'n-' topic fur many speeches and ser heavier than usual. names! of Cl I>de' Cone, I.pila111: ,' An Civil Government, .Inmost' & Sun- Pine Hill. Nov.: ?>*.-\Ira.: )J
irons,,, :and much conversation and ad', dreu Mann .Andreu )Pearl 8hu1 Kdnu : )- ford's Our Country (Florida edition). exander |pad little son, :
'h"i'. The man who makes two blades 1I1IOSTIt.TlcIl'UIB:: ;; ;; :NOTES Shaw Ona Kita Ward, Elma Shaw, Theory and Practice, La Hue's Theory Jacksonville", spent last
r: of grass grow where tut one grew be- Keba Broun, Rhoda Brown lllniuhellumplirey : mid) Art of "",.hinll'. :\II'M.1.: C. Pinfiolster.
, fine is a public benefactor, and) ambition :Mrs Flora Clower Scott, county Anona Colson Mallie :Melvin All l.ntin examinations will include! .\, H. Surreney::; and t '
'to increase production is commendable. demonstration" agent, has organized a James Humphrey Alph] lla/.en extracts for sight translation, taken Chancey were in llrooker t | ( I
But growing more is not sewing club at Urooker with the following Emery Ilnxen, pogan Nabb, The officers from : I' morning.. 1> I '
panacea for all the troubles of the officers: President, Lorene chosen' were, President DoganiXabb Caesar's Gallic War ( first throe Friends of :Mrs' A, I.. ( \ ,
fai mer. While increased productionis lla7.en'i'c; president Clara Cone; ; vice president Anemia Col.soti; ( fcoois). be. glad to lonrn that she is ,,1"
the basis of prosperity on the farm -.Ii
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the principle of save more should be .. ; .. ,rw -:- ,' ; . -. .t; ;"':. : .r;; 't( :!. :;::O .Ciitf'Pct'' .. : : ; j'
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joined, to that "grow more. The secret : + : : : : : : : .. : .ia. : M: : P : :
.of continuous prosperity! on the ,............'...,.. ......... . ..'. .. . Of .. LJ. g-. ..... . .. ..Of .. .. ..i..J.ft... .. *. .. >. . > .. .. .. eo.eo..... ....... .... ....>.....u..a., f fc "Al a. ...! ..f-' - rr.j**"... iM j

farm i i- "save more." :..iU. E'. 1,
The -igmi"icancc of the phrase "save t1
mure" does not mean niggardly andmiserly : :ff-1 t

saving: of money. It means :((1j. ) t
planning and system and) may be impressed .: :;' iI i
by recalling few familiar s l
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\ Don't: try to farm 100 acres when I .
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you can do justice to only 50. ,. .
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Don't:: sacrifice quality! for quantity .-....:. .. l" I .
in crops, or livestock ' : h
Don't feed good quality feed to poor .. .. .:., .
quality stock loafers. and scrubs. : :.
Don't. fail to allow livestock to have T. : .\ ,I
fiee: arcs=- to shade and good) water. : :i"
(Don't fail to keep salt lime or ashes ,: :L: I Ii
whirr livestock can lick at it at i 1 :! J
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will III ''
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on't fail to keep lice mites and > i UlfI h-I: ,
other vermin off livestock and )poultry. . .
That means dip the tick r..:.1: .tlitv.\ .;...
(Don't buy good implements and then :. :.

and let I thorn wind.stand exposed to sun, rain 1 ""I j 'l

[Don't fail to keep your farm tools {1 ; 1
harp, and when under !shelter oil the ..';'. ,. \ (
iron parts and paint the wood. . ..v. :. ,I ,.I '
pant fail tp cut dead, or dying woodon l ; .\
fruit trees, regardles! !sof the sea Jj. .. .J. I.j .
son. Dead wood harbors) disease and -::.;;): ':#. 1"f
in-ivts certain to spread. f' : I :r: I ,
Don't fail to keep down weed, they :': j ". !
are robbers of the soil. They take l' 'l'j .1
feitihty) and life away from cultivated .*.: :" '. I i..

crops ,';::-i 1.: :. l I
hunt) fail to have succession of : : {I ;
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things'> growing in the garden, nil i Uible r.t
p"-- in Florida( in all seasons. |V,** .: :. '1' I i,
Fn,.sh garden!< stuff reduces, the e'C- $:.I.': :.!t ,
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pc' s( of (living and saves possible < t rS"-t
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DEMAXD: ;; FOIl)( i\UHIT: SKINS;; it : a - -- : i7l /t
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In t ni' "ent years several kinds of fur, 1: . ; -c# : ( ; -\Y.\ .l' .. :
foi" UK'il.\ of so little value us to offer '.' : l.. \ .17:7-: ..;. .." .. ". ,' :tt.
no nihuement to the trappers have T: .. 1 {,! J..J! J..r: _:;': ;I !,irft., ..:'t't,.. rv.' ...... : J <.] : !",
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b<" n\ raided in price and consequently' .1.. 1IJt. 1.-1- ...;;. :) <,.}?"/II';'." ,:r., .. ;....-" 'r
.illei'ting! them has been made prof- r: .:: KSK flSFSferSaMLfeLl *.-- .- ...-..."..!a-- .. ;!"" ...>t. --7 i li'I': ::2'4' ':: : ; I

italiii Rabbit pelts, which are extennel :. :. ,,

> used by hat makers, are among m,;. :klS:, j
these products. One eastern concern
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has announced I that it will need 10- ( .
Oim.oon) hobbit skins during 191H!) and W With i Three-Point Cantilever i I flil
1'iJd.'! and, I it desires as far as possible -,1 ,
to.. sei are them from American sour T ''''1./. .}
ceThis i is an indication of a* market
which should. interest many a farmer New Overland 4 Seems '
boy. This fall and winter dried ;1 Springs to IH 'j
cased, rabbit skins will probably bringa
reasonably good,I return. They are
sold by the pound which will contain Roads"THE
"Sail Over The
even or eight skins. :Many farm 11 :k kfR
boys can readily acquire, in the course
of th'intl'r., large numbers of skins
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which will net them a tidy sum and J. .
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in addition, they will have the pleasure : : new Three-Point Cantilever Three-Point Cantilever Springs protect :CJ J

States of trapping Department experience.Agriculture The United I:-!1 s of Overland :4, by their special the car from the hammering and} wcarof road H 1 'J ..

will supnlv names!" and l addresses, of possible purchasers -
of rabbit skin and) other pelts.POULTRY '. 1 passengers from ordinary road jolts. Bumping upkeep costs. : .J ,I

I.'EEIISU r;; PASTUIKBy : ; twisting, swaying andIbratlng are Equipment of Overland! 4+ is dependable :;r 1 l

wonderfully lessened. The blows or the and from Auto-Lite 1
: complete Starting and :.
growing more of the feed and ? road seldom reach you. There is less ten Tillotson Carburetor. ;-: :
; : Lighting to I
providing pasture' Florida farmerscan '' .
well afford to increase poultry and ?,: dency to bodily fatigue after long rides. .

egg production.Dr ; 250,000 miles, of test have made: the .1 ;
The of Overland 4+ attached :
N. W. Sapborn. extension' poultry springs at ,
the ,: strength and endurance of this car a matter: : : I /
hiisbnndman! of University of tr1 the ends of a 130-inch Springbasc give the I Ift

be Floridauggcsts secured, from' that the more average eggs farm can : riding comfort and road steadiness hereto- of record. ;:. I; .

fl..I'.., "if n I liberal': iiition was fed the fore possible only with cars of long wheelbase See Overland 4 at the first opnrttlnt'F'1; ;

grain hi. i i- some They of need which. daily should: feeding, be home of w: and gre weight, yet Overland 4 retains Ask for booklet. Overland 4 Tonriij.i) : : ;, cs-t, ; '("'I

grown. They will also respond
well- nip balanced i is not lacking mash one(irr-en.; in which succulent meat Ml 100-inch wheelbase. Prices f.f o. b. Toledo. :l ..

fe"d. f,'rt\ to the yarded flock or used I r?' J: :H I i
fin, ,pastuie for the hens- and will save high cost grain maintain t :lk1 1
sa .f:.;.,
better health and grow better pullets.A .
winter pasture of rye, rape and) rt! "
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oat" will prove as useful for a flock i' "-
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..if liens ;ait would for hoits.' Eggs \ : : i ii
will, I... siarco, 'and high in price the I _. "
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tiovt t few months. Good feeding: and : #. j
green feeds will help you get more "'. .
t'lrgthi'! winter. .4 4PMr 1
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The rewardof< co-operative effort! ; . .,
were reaped by tIfnrm'r" of Alach- f'v-.,: x i3/ :I
na on, November l.'tth: when two cars _; .: ;1 : r .
nf live stork were marketed co-opera- .._\.. t,) fIII
atively. .: :. : /
The shipment' co".istf'rof\ one car "',1: : :J r: I
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of ho";: and) one mixed car of hog and : cl
cattle. The market was topped l in m fl :: t t r o4 '1:' 1'.4 '.tillisy"/werat.a rcrw"nerv' !1'I+e!!!n!!'!r! nit ..'

both classes; the hogs bringing $12./;0 m: :J: 100inch Wheelbase % 1 :' .t 'iR
and GOO pound steers $7.25. Small '
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cows in this shipment sold for $6.00.A j
co-operative organi----.*.t'n wn, recently _'' : i.j j
formed at Al:. i- this j.4:j
of :
shipment only marks H: ; .ng : :
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gor.t! re : as .:. ,.-
will *Iw .: i .e farnfcrs of this come -
: ) .. Quigley Overland Company, Starke i a

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Farmers who have hogs that they ,:-2.: :lif.J
are intending to market this fall 'J.-: : t

should,) ntnember if they can carry \.. . .. . .. . ..... . .. ... .. .. . .... .. .. .. .. . .. ........ ........:l't1o. v
spring the hogs they over will m,d bring market a much them beer in the ,:.:;<..!@: .. .. .. ..:m.m.m; .. ,, .m.m.mm: -. .if.! E!.. ., .. .. -........ .. .. ..,,-;-..--;:.. .E."-'-:-..,.,..

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STARKE FLORIDA
COUNTY TELEGRAPH .
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I ed, as scientific principles enter more WHS di,cussed by :Miss Olive Ray. Miss i C
Bradford County Telegraph and more into all kinds of work and I Hay who has for many years been

-.. -- such persons are well paid so there engaged in this kind of work, aroused C U.,

1'ublinht-rl Meekly, and t,n t,.Tcd na "...e.I i>- iin incentive fur sending bright and I I much interest" ill this already interesting -
i i' I hi nlthy buys and girls to the colleges ; I I subject ,...She spoke mostly
*..d l c'ask' mutter at the pont-oflirr al l b',it III view of the high way{! given I from actual experience and suggested

i"", Stark Florida. .d!'! mallulIl! workers, even when ain plans which will bo helpful to the .

= .n, mum, of brains y. required, it I leathers and pupils of Bradford county
I r K.: S. M XI'MIi\VS.. Editor and Owner,, I ?<,'ina waste of time and money. to for years' to ('omc.I i

1 J. C. ROBINSON: : Associate Editor -i'ml children of mediocre understnml- I The Hampton people were glad to
f"'x I !III i t'i ,high Institutions of learning. have these mind builders with them

t't'f I and insist they they come again.

f e Aloylel lCtGL 1 MAKING MONSTKIIMII !'\ : ) W. B. Baker, of Lake City, wan vis- ,
ii 1t 11919 I icing hero last week guest of his
t aATJ brother J. Pean1.
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AUK M1K 7t x,11 tNIcwt ,.. Biologist VoronotT 'has, after 1
Eli Hicks and daughter Miss Emma
.miof on dogs, rats
.I experimenting '
,.ml, <1 monkeys, made! himself believe attended the fair at Jacksonville this A man's
w..pk.Mr.. ,
,th.it he has found n to put youthful -
34 5 6 7 $ ; way Taylor who ill working: in theinterests best pal
; igor" into old men, and he and a I I
I of the Bell Telephone Co., is !it his smoke
few credulous disciples are experimenting
9 101112131415 reached spending a few days in our town.
on st niles who have ,
A series of meetings are being con- atj
'hen allotted share of three score and
'J 16 ;17 1889 20 21 22 nit"u't week d'vtp at the Christian church this


28 I perimenters claim to have put the vig- Kev. McCord, of .Jacksonville, will
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or 'f youth Into their victims, but preach at Methodist: church next
!Hunduv: at 11 :.V. m
:tin. ', have not been able to change '
Patti Pearce of Lake City visited, I
', ' wrinkles and gray
bleary
i M eyes,
I\ AMERICAN RED CROSS ',11-' This -hows that the thing is none Ins, brother, Phillip Pearce last, week

.i, .. . ':..1., linr( foi;and still! cannot look od|he and youthful decrepit.in i\I :Monday.The II S. Warren. was a visitor to Stnrkei j'i 'Let's' take it for a vhi1e"r

easy
friends of T. J. Purifon ,
many I
\ I L': ,t lit us suppose that the strength I !
and! spirit of 'Ml can be infused into n are sorry to know that ho is very sick. j i '
Field
I J. Nimmo: of Jacksonville, was ,, C/ie5.
n,.in ...f 75.! with all the marks. of age
I t M t 111,1, iing' on him-would it be aM a visitor to Hampton Sunday. 'I

<---n'K :! :No. but a curse. A mane 4 ,
II' '\ |h,, )bad, left the wor1 1 of youth long SEW KIVKK I'II A CIGARETTE that invites you to enjoy

I'I't .goo<( 'ami tried to renter' it in a forged I a smoke as :you ne\er'have before
; :New flyer, Nov 28.- -Charlie =-:elI j
"" --, would be so ridiculed< derided
.wet.,- shunned till he would kill himselfi I son spent the week-end with his family |i. that's Chesterfield. :
at Bakers :Mill
t '( i rb! 'sTwir. If the "experimenters,,, bp-

, 'f\!' ;in l l--- they ran really produce a new trip E. to R.Lake Swearingen City Saturday.U made a. business Not merely fine tobaccos, mind you,
1 I I-ttukon.eteinthey, , should desist from
I). Johns, of Pine Hill of Turkish and
' was a though we use the finest
" tt \inir, a the unhappy' result should l ( ',1
visitor here Sunday.
, In,. obvious but men who revel in viviiction -
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Domestic leaf but exclusive blending
I.. Lewis spent the week-end at his an
I HEALTH AND AMHAPPY have no mercy or sympathy. home in Jacksonville
Happily] this will prove to be unothfi method that brings( out hidden flavors
1 NEW YEAR'Congressman :Mrs. Clara Newsom, of Hastings,
of the failures that have
J' I .similar many experiments ever since attended I visited her p"r..nts11': and :Mrs .J. flavors that others have failed to find.

B. Sapp, last week
has succeeded the days of the alchemists. A tree'
1 Drum to with a decayed base cannot be rejuvenated i :Mrs. Charlie :McKinney was a visitor That's why Chesterfields are different.That's .
in getting the government resurveyfour \ 1 by injecting into its I Ibrllll here :Monday.Mrs. p
townships in DeSoto county, sap why they satisfy. And this methodis
<'h.. : D. Hunt, Mulberry! visited
,1,1 t I where had been grave made errors As!in the its land first b..come3s..1 survey her pllrC'nts.11': and Mrs J. B. Sapp, a closely guarded secret. That's why
last week, leaving Sunday morning
counties of .0011; .NEGROES; : HERE .
tI..d up in the large for Worthington Springs to visit her none but Chesterfields can satisfy.

South Florida many similar errors sister :Mrs :Mott.NEBRASKA. I
I will be discovered, and if the settlers The colored people of this section
. afe wise they will huve them rectifiedby deserve a word of praise.; While the And Chesterfields reach you in prime shapefor

1 the government before it is too war wa. going on, in many parts of ![' smoking( always-because every separate

. late, otherwise their line troubles willnever the state, there was much difficultygetting ,
, end. :Nowhere ran worse errors washing cooking nnd scrubbing I package is wrapped in moisture-proof glassine -

be found than in some township of done by the colored women us in M! : JUDGE'NOWENDORSES :t paper.

Tradford! county, but the settlers did their newborn prosperity they felt ot'W \"
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not seek to remedy the troubles before themselves above that kind of work I I. ::

it was too ]late to do so. and the men would not work exceptfor IT
exorbitant wages. Not so here

Though they necessarily demand l n
await i
All sorts of opportunities -
those who will grasp them. The high little more pay than formerly both ZION: II. \\IIITTINOTOX HAS i .tea'S
men and women do the work offeredthem
cost'of rain in Tampa has compelledthe GAINED: T\\ENT1: POUNDS) BY
and the farmers and turpentinemen
city government to ofTer ten I'.ntI .
TAKING TAN LAC WANTS TO "
have had l little trouble to get laborer -
for dead rat. The man or boy
every -. They are as peaceful and well HELP OTU EnS.
who cannot make $10 per day in such
behaved I ever and their good sense I
I AVo as
ri rich field is no /Rood\ whatever.
j moonshir-; will keep them so. The race has improved One of the latest additions to the

;rt ers-to advise our sprit nr/Lilror.I'ounty their present unsafe and, > wonderfully: in a moral II..nMedUl'inJ I long list of prominent men in public . '
. .. | the last few they are 1111
: years; L/
for rat catchmjr Tanlac t"'l'l"
, troublesome business I life who have endorsed" w
the time becoming more and morehonest
r !in Tampu. Let them trade their stills and trustworthyand 1 generosity i name of lion B. Whitttfngton, judge

,' for a few rat traps, n little strychnine which formerly was a rare trait" :( of the Rolston Court, South Oifwhii. _
and n small rifle 1"IUlpp,1Vith n s_
an honorable ill now common. The improved prude Nebraska In relating his, experience' & :
"silencer and enter upon
I '. calling. Open shop, work in of preachers they have no110 much with the medicine, Judge Whittingtonsaid i ,
of the rIIl'l'Vith
, many hours, as you please! and nil for the bettering :
many of our negroes their word maybe -irf
e 7 )piece work. relied on, and several individuals 1 j "The results I have obtained l from I 1-
I Tanlac seem wonderful to me Before
an\ !so well known for honesty in their
)tany' year ago the people nf Florida dealings that the buyers of the produce 1 I begun taking it. my health was broken I ?'
i laughed not a little over the new they have. to sell will take it in many ways. :My liver was all --and the blend 1 ;

; that a small town in the state wanted without examination. :Most of Hie negreet. i out of fix, I was habitually constipated / 20 20 cents
r ( the legislature to /give\ it n new charter in this section own their home* ,|I and bilious. I tents so frightfully /r cant be copied

J r., in. which was inserted ceitamregulations i and several ale .extensive. and l skilled dizzy most of the time that I could /

'a, for aeroplnjies. At that I ftu'mers. The crimes committed ere ,!I!! not stoop over for fear of falling. Mv: .

'< '.' time, when a flier could make one mile I .seldom of n !serious!' ratine. The kidneys were out of order and I had, I .'>>.:..IuI..tir :::
.' 11' t without getting himself or his plane lations between white and black 1"// fearful pains in the small of my back
} 'Rl11n&he.l. It was Tsedered, a wonderful conditions admit 1 could eat but my food, did me no
I .f; travel for a- cordial as the < I ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ttt++i++++.+ttti+ttttttttttttttt'FvFtI
t) font but air anything \Ve are glad to be able to recordI good: Sleep failed to rest me and I .
1 l' ;; but experimenting. by haiibrain- such n happy .state, and we hope itl felt, tired and worn out all the tim*. I

:: | iI will not be lUllbpfon'/\ it will be the had been in this condition for a year
feasible.I : 'ami all over the South. The strange I anti. 'tvns becoming badly worried a- I 35c The Unfailing Remedy for: Chills, FevP.i'35c i

\. Tenn., has found it necessary tu have gods some of the colored I men are now ', nothing seemed to reach my case
\ s'' tram police up in the air to keep following! will be found to have feet I "I 1 haul fallen ell. twenty pounds m, and I

'j, ( aeroplanes from colliding am) from of clay and then it will be brought: I weight as a result of my troubles, but 'IT ::1' taslipoliun

'. dropping monkey wrenches and such home to the misguided ones with I have gained it all back by using i iTanlac
i things upon the people beneath. Yet greater force than ever before that I have never felt better in I I 1 THIS COUPON WORTH THIRTY-FIVE CENTS i ii

r ( It Is an open question whether the the Southern man i is the negio's best | my life, I felt like a new man before I IT

j ... solons of the Florida town mentioned friend. The white and thy black rncI Ies I 1 finished m>' first bottle. I took This coupon is worth 35c; to you in purchasing a 0111' dollar hottlc of A n.\ I'HOE: ( Indian ) LAXATIVE

o! were unusually! long-headed or mere in I the South are so interdependent | and now I haven't an ache or Iiv"j :1TONIC.:: This together with CSc':! in cash is! !good for "i mie' dollai Imttli, at tin.. dreg i! : tore. whose name appears I

I! 1 ly snook-seeing. that a friendly understanding and anti I am feeling glent. I eat + below. After taking according to printed, dilutions, ;.ind you do, not >h :i.|: it \<'oith the price .you
,...-..(It'rllti.n between them i is neei. I farm hand sleep like a lOll and getup + paid for it, bring back the empty bottle antjr" wu will refund<1 the r i:;, tints +

-::) ., The editor of the I'lIlntkllt''M: : nary for the welfare of both in the morning feeling fine I j :1::: It will: work bilo from your "system that i* poison tu .\''nr 1 .i\ir and KH'IH-.S' ] : Wo will pay $">00.(On reward " +
makes merry because an unsophisticated gladl.N give this statement for what | if it gripes or makes you sick. You can eat anything ,desired while. taking! it
e ; burglar entered the :News officeone \MP10N j' fitly to"be: worth to" others: who are 1: THIS COUPON IS {GOOD AT I
I "No even a Irving find relief + .
,,. night lately man -- a
t burglar, even suspects! that there is Hampton, :Nov: 21<.-W. B. Baker, All druggists/ sell Tanlac,-Adv. I i MITC1IEL .'S DRUG STORE STARKE. FLORIDA $

money in a newspaper o01<-e. 11 is sus. of Luke Geneva, who j is working in If it IH not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist mail us <1'r, rents in
picions are well grounded This particular the interest of the Atlanta GroceryCo. the. Quinine That Dues Not Affect The Iliad I t+ money order and we will send it prepaid to your address. portage nr a 1
IVrmise of Its tonf! nnIBx"lve rfTtvf LAX t tI
stranger of I'alatKa visitor to +
t Itf'ntllIIloubtelIy was a ? was out TILE: IlKOMO QIIININK: :. (Tab! <.,.) ran !b. tak..n .
in the (.)ty. Else: we would! Hot town Tuesday.Mrs by nnviiiif without riuiKinil '"'''"Uonc'ft' t. rinilinil,, :+I: JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ARAPIIOK) MKIUCINK: COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO. 1
the called the I 10 th,- lie'aJ t.V: .GKoVLS al i tie boasting of the visit, says : I. It. Hunter was to :
,f r now editor. This shows that the burglar bedside. of her mother, :Mrs. Kirkland --- -- ++++*4++++H t H+M+++++.++++4'' +++++++++++++++++++++++++,+++ttttttttttttttttttttf4.Olphie

.i : hailed from a big city, otherwise he of Gainesville this week.

, would have known better, as the editors The many friends. of :Mrs. :M.[ WOMEN/ GIVE OUT Hodges[ and sisters, Iva and I Federation Woman's, Clubs "convention Sumlav
. to be !learn that r..1 Lnwtev) at the home of his. '
t. of smaller towns take pains :Maynard will glad to :Minnie, attended church at Little 'lock in St. Petersburg last week: She meth" :Mrs Hill.! "
educate the public. !>' to their alleged is I improving: in health.l r Sunday. was accompanied by :Mr Randall ,
flnal1l"nut the burglar got l '. W. E. ;Middleto.il. of Starke. i CarlVn, ri>n mind Rupert Blanchard i,
poor
HIMIMiirk, hard cuouguvlien Wiley Kelly ground cane last week.II. :Marrys and Wilmot Brown were attended the circus
I is .Ju'kllnnvi.le..
$!2 just the same This money was was attending' to profemonnl bu im>sin in (
< t \' the day's receipts from newsboys, and Hampton Monday, hei,'tin I-::M'i\ Stu eke. w urn JIN who I is O. Rovers, of Brooker, was a visitors! to ..JlLck.onfirllt!' part of L. A. Havis, of Jacksonville) visited f i

f means that 'J4u copies of the :News: The Bradford, County Teachers Association I having!: )"uo'luchaI' blue null, nervous visitor here Saturday the week relative near I.l1wtSlInlIIlY.: '

t Wore !sold on the streets From this met<<: at Hampton last Saturilny. I spells! dizzy: In .uliiehes and kidney or :\((1'1'Vm.. Hodges! and children, J. E., Hrown was n visitor to Jacksonville I!: The Lnwtev hotel which was recently i

\ it may be judged that the circulation I l The attendance, was fairly !good'' bladder troubles. -tumid< be glad to Ho.sa and Klva: spent Thursday! with / sf week.M. purchased bv \\'. F. Godwin, is t f
. 1 i. lul'land/ con-ecuentlv| the advertising " and nil enjoyed themselves The dl'.1 heed this Starke wi man's experience her nephew J. E. Hodges.LAWTEV : L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonvil ,' rapidly being converted into an up-to- .i
1. .; patronage good\, and because merit system ns a mean of discipline :Mrs[ \\'. O hooks. says: "I haven't was transacting business in l.awtcy date dwelling.Mr. .
hIlt! need of a kidney remedy for \Vee'esdayanet! : Thursday : and Mi .. J.
the burglar did nut make a better was discussed by 1'rof. Howling! of I any 15. Rowe attended
1 haul was simply an accident, Starke. The manner in whith11': I| 'cone time and 1'IIf'tht', cure IXmn SU;l'rnten.ent! Poppell, of Stnrke, the marriage of their ni",.". :\Ii.- Ed-
Bowling) discussed this subject Kidney! Pills gave !me to he permit, Lawtey, Nov: 28.-:Miss( Eva Reddish wn in I.awteOP; h'liinoix connected ith 'Villi.'im- :Mr Ray. Cnx. nt :Macc"nr -

.I The Ft. Lauderdale Kent; me) holds it extremely interesting. There ma'lt'l nent Prior to my using this reniody. was a visitor to Starke duringthe with *he hool, Fr'divV <- on Th :rsda'-: :Vo20t'i.

,.1 s that "Man: after all i i. selfeducated.All I doubt but every present was bt my back gave me a lot of misery, week-end. \ (1'I..h' "'na i T Ii i,,;ne"sisiu'' '1- aid MrV. E. '' 01'0'1"I .' ter-

the college in the world l cannot I tinl by it. especially when I was on my feet very A. :M. Blanchard was transacting to Jacksonville las week x tni'eddeht', .,'ful!'' Tfe.Hiv! evening
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educate a boy or girlinliss they have How to conduct .a recitation was much I felt languid and depressed business: in Jacksonville the first part John Parmcnter. of Jacksonville, flf last week for the girls and, boys t l
an aim and work to an end" Furtheron discus.e'd by :Miss Edwards: ;Many and the leasrexertlnn exhausted my I of the week. spent Sunday wyh relatives! near 1 I of the high school. Thg! nests, in- ,f

the Sentinel says : "We heartily good methods were suggested and her trongtli I knew the trouble was Lnwtey. Bulged in various forms of amusements |
favor colleges for ambition boys and discussion was very interesting and teeth my kidneys bv the way they acted James Shepard Tame down fromJo'Prl'1anlina with :Mr. and Mrs.( O.< W Stokes left on after which delightful refreshments -
small he1- [110 I began taking Roan ..Kldnevr'l'ln and spent Sunday Tuesday for Wymauma where they : served ';
girls. Lint for boys and girl of those present were grateful to after- were bv the hostess.
I They helped me Immediately, his family, returning! Sunday will spend a month or two with relatives. Those invited,
mentality it Is like throwing pearls for the many) helpful suggestions.L'usy wereIisst)i '- :Margaret i
[ before .nwinr" All this is true. Just work for the primary grades ] eau: noon effected this cure that has noon. ,I (;olwill.IHUi: ,. Ilnrh\. Maude Over- [
now the "white collar man' miseries -. r!*ver l0 lasting. T re' *' contend Goo. C. Biggs, a prosperous farmerof John Biggs, of Waycrnjs!, Ga., ivies, street Loui e Illam hard Cora Belle

are aired in the press, showing how No Worms in a Healthy Child I i I ,'an'H whenever 1 henr'anyone complnln Hed Springs! N. C., recently spent I the guest recently of his uncle, \V (II I. Overstreet, "Flora Uioviii. ('IurllIae: i I,;

little corn 1'barkkeepers e t lltion college professors, All children trmihliil with wnrui hove no u.. ,e 'ng of their kidneys" several days in Lawtey at the homo Biggs. Shepard .ht nsj Ti.i',ry. E\a: Reddish" ,j
bank cashiers and other hralthy culur.' which I'r\ blued, ant ai s ,I II' I'rice Brtc. nt all denlera font of his brother Postmaster W. II. I Dock Norman and family, of Redford I! i- i I Vera ,Jac'ksun Carrie Overstreet. Wilma I
brain workers rl'ceive. in comparison , rule' thi-re i Is more or dtneurbmseso' !! Imply ask for a 1 kidney rrm-dv-gpt Biggs.i were visitors during" the weekend tllanch.iiil., : Messrs. Fred Moore. j I
I ; ES TASTLI.rSg: chllllONICillvenriiMUr ; I :Mr. and 1 Mrs.: W. E. Torode and Geo. of Mr. and :Mrs. C. 1 j
with manual workers. and this i* I' ',"w..n. three wiN'k-t wil. enrich" the Mmxt", Im noun'. 1IJnt'Nlh- -tllll lame that K. Sapp. bonnie Hurli'V., Earl Roberti. Robert ,
r v worth heeding Men or women to plan 'rove t he dliioiitliin. and art "it. Onpral. .Mrroiitl :MrDronV* hid Fosfer-Milburn; l'o. Roberts were visitors to Starke Sun- I :Mr. and :Mrs C. It{ Sapp:; were visitors I I Inln'hurl. Roy Reddish L. \V. Jackson >
I ailed li"n i. I''iis<. wh,d I- ...it.iti. Nuturt wllllo. I to Starke Saturday, ,
and direct work will always be in! Arthur
thriwuiri>rtlliilMi>t'i' < v.' rii and the Child wi' t tIn day.Mrs. I Pearce.
be well edu'-at- . u : J D. Randall attended the Jerry Wither, of Ju-kionville., nt
) and they must jvrfect ht>>llh Pk. .r w mks. IWc wrt set Theophilus Reddish Pearce Jones.r .

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tj FRIDAYOKMHEIi: :l$. 1919! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA t"7ivtf v :" '" ' PVGE: F1\F

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[ yesterday enroute home in their car dren of l;ainl's'ilh''pl'nt' Sunday nfttrnoon [ acreage either in town or county.I f ry plants; farming implements and

,I from Uartou and other points' where here I :Mason, the Furniture Man, Starke ), buggy Will sell at low price. IL "

they: had been on a combined business A. K. "smithMI- n busim s M-itor 11-21-tf. I S. Norman, Citra, Fla. 11-7- .. j

and( pleasure trip.-Gainesville :News: (. to Still'ki' last Wednesday.Mr : '

If I Bits of LocalInformation ; Nn\ 21st.Men's : Anderson mid famlh' hasp ieuntb FOR S.\LE-Tw" story house! on lots'' FOR; 1 'I\LE-At my farm in East i'' .

moved here! and are occupyingthe 1 and! :3, block 7, Sturke. The house I.n'ttey, :Monday, December 1st, of ,,i'

I : flannelette Shirt 7."c: house.. nf .1. I' (Hall who has goneto would cost more than I ask for horse, buggy, wagon farming; tools. '

1k t I at Stump. litMirgm' to -ta>' with lux daughter, place Sold at a bargain. $ ,thl'I rows, registered i Duroc boar graded s
-- :Mr*. .I I .1. Gnllis. only. Write to S, E. I'avbon: I Duroc sow, household (foods ate .'

Tin' lomi'iition, will, meet here Sat- cock Ga. I1.1l-: W. Thede., !t. .
t fiiif Om real.. ..M.ja eel Specials in this paper for Saturday.attachn : }
fe ai.Puvr Tease, : and fuesd.iy only.,I ('nsun's.S'IiLitnl' iiiilny in,\il Snml.i.v. .Hxcryone has. a j
i ordinl, uavilation.WILL ; j WANTED-To buy or sell on commission FOR SALE-lino! ( !pound. mule not over 1

I country producr, chickens, 12 years old! ; raised on South Georgia -
.. -- - A. Z. Adkins and family ,' eggs/ vegetables, potatoes, pork, farm ; best qualities' ; fast step-
f the Seaboard matt returned Sntur"mi I wire so much pleased with their stay THE etc. Prices on request. A. E. Surrcncy healthy, trim built and
laugh, "rup: :: IcASN'S.Pent' ): per; never p'u i''
like last that
4 .; .. ( i, a1'"* u, himother, who I 1./1 KinRsley summer | CO; I Florida ave., Jacksonville been strained; stays fat on 15 ears ;i
they decided on becoming a member i j
Fla. 10313m.
lives Summoifk'ld.Iir. !i of corn d.iy. Will have to '
Dover spent Wednesday in at I per use ;
of the colony of cottageers' and when i '1
Ja<'ksonville.II. \ INFLUENZA until cane in ground, about Dec 15. i 1
Hon. .\. V. Long offered Ins cottage
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I and :Mrs. O. L. Haynes and \-OTBO-Colorl'd: family to rent10 Price $173.00.:; See him with renter .'
for sale it found a ready purchnsi-i in
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n> Wasdin of in acre farm, 10 acres cultivated. Rental 11. II. Parmenter, east. of Iteil-
Graham E. Stewart
was children and l :Mrs. W. motort Senator t
town' Tin silayMi .d to Jacksonville Saturday and Adkms. ,j RETURN? !: free for first half year. Inquire I I Ii bronn Springs. L. A. Davis Route I }

I returned! home :Monday. i of John Friego, Lontey, or 0\\1wr,1] 1, Starke. ll-.ix.2t.: : J.
: ;MrO. T. Nelson of Lawn :Mis Clizabcth: Grace Ford and ;MisI I Paul EI1: l'l. 1811 Roscoe St., Chi- j :\\j
Toni
. I I Carrie Uglow arrived :Monday from j j )pruni II EA: 1:111t\ 'I ilIOlnfll5II'RCUR'1' :: 1 Ill ll-7-8t.
cacro.! i iI :;
n",' 111tarke\ Tuexlay.) FOR SA LB- Two farms in Wateruak J
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: i Mi- N. Alexander of Jacksonville
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North Crllnch.Iic'h.: .. to spend the i : ITlan: : i ititi\ci:: : _i 'I
returned home Tuesday after a I' ) (homo of the strawberry)
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winter with11': and flrs..lohn Ug- I
I dg" and :Mi-h. J. 'l'. Wills are back "! visit, with her ...j"h'I'11'8.: L A. Wynn, I Fun !SALE-N. t'. Flat Vine or t"I"I'-1 best ,grade lands for truck mad general '1 ,!
low. :Mrs.
I They were accompanied by (;liIW10.1:0.1'i : n IIIWILU.
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.1 11li h""' ,urain for a while. and ;Mrs.' F. A. Scott > ida Runner: Seed Peanuts. Seed! ,, farming. 20-acro<: place him 10 ,
Dranch who h.istak'n
Webster of North
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( I| peanuts are ,exceedingly scarce acres in cultivation, 8 acres stumped h
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rooms for the winter at the .. ,1 all will need 'lI'Ii S"j' ''i ,
\ U oi'K- spout :Monday in Jack. cure you at dwelling also tenant house. 50ncre
Mcn'e.. Suits SI7.30 I : ) ; of Mrs. 1'0':
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l'EI'TO.I.li.llaTr.s; : : KICIIKL'D have i rj r
possible
" \ "I I \\.ikp\\f in the State Fair. moment ( a place has 20 acres in cultivatiin -
I jat Stump's.I union) .\M II 1 INCH E.iS-: : !supply of the Florida Runners' and' i and 20) mow deadened/ ; more j ,;

I Serge (iOc' (to $I.7i;) at St tuml's.11 I N. Alexander returned | Saturday the following teachers ES SIKI.N( :: <;in !' are uttering them at ton cents. per than, :2 miles \.tIlOl'II'l'( fencing; \
E. to ] went to Hampton to attend,( the coun- pound.50( :! l 'per bushel) f o. b. young pecan trees. fl\.t>!. scupper- ,9

.\ W IJ. Harvard spent Saturi. i hoi home in Jacksonville Tuesday after I i ty association : C. E. Pope, Mr. and Sm'.lOn..i'"l'I'ul' Blue of the United |I Lowell Flit Send in your order to. acing vines, etc. I loth pi fea have J I

:: 01 i.i Wulilu with her parents spending a few days here with j :Mrs. S. S. Dowlimr. :Mrs. J. C. tliggs Stale- Public Health Service, in i i I ,day. They will nut last long. 11.1 I II well and pump. Haiulv to store, R.

I relatives. Albert Dubosc Miss[ Pmedley j: Miss I II a recent statement from \VnKhin.ttoll.wurns T. Hall Cu., Lowell Fla 11-ai-tf.: i iI F. 1. and good school.! Price of t' I

:M1Kate, (aplmgi, spent Saturday I I Cone, :Misses Doris' Law, Olive Ray I the public that the ima'h-dread, I I .. each place' $'JS: : (11'I'Te/ ; one-third '
Mi and Mrs.: W. W Haisden
i I" .k-onville, on a shopping tour Oa.with relative spentThniikHKivmjr j i 11i1U1 Jessie Thomas ('.1 intluen/a epidemicill probably j FOR SALE-"Joacrefarm:; three miles I down balance on terms to suit buyer .
in return this" fall and willh'r.11 medical west of I be when can :
I Jacksonville und attended the state I.awtey on Uaiford public j Why a renter you f
;Mi IIndII': J. )E.; Wilson left FrIday fairJudjre. The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., authorities' agree that the weak road Good buildings, ; two A'00l11 j own .Miu'r farm and, bo independent ?

fi>i then new home in ;Mobile) Ala. I will hold its annual meeting at the bloodless. run-down individual is more I wells; Ki I acres in cultivation under | 1 L. A: Davis P. O. Kox 131 Starke,
I Starke home of ;Mrs. L. A. Davis at three likely to contract this (as well as any Rood) fence; one acre good. strawber- I I Kin 1 t-28:t- '
.T. T. Will.'II
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at in o'clock on the afternoon of Dce.3rd.I : other infectious! disease) than is the 1, )tfflliirKOijawusnrjQwiMnuiTinraraM
wherehe
to Tallahassee
Handy Dr wr's' 10-3-tf. I Sunday en route Every member urged t to attend. Officers strong! robust. n.I.l blooded man or :
had been called to nerve tempoiar-' nail, chairmen of committees( womnn. In view of these facts, it is I ; ; [! @ ! (!) "( (')(. ;;) U1atatZintDfJCIOCtiltiiidI ( ) K Ktl
ily on the court beiwh.Culgnte's : !
lluiold, Wall was Olof the Nim- supreme please have reports for past 'Pllr'" wise to use every e-lTort to build up tl I ri-I

rods who. went after quail Thursday. work ready. the blood and thus increase the bodily tl i pn I M:
Ca-hnu-re Powder
Bouquet :i'' Iii:
resistance to the invasion of the r. ;
sic CASOVS i urj STORE
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:M 1' Matheny. of Itrooker, spent Ladies Tricot me and Jersey germ! of the disease.!'! Guile's PoptoMangan I We make it '

Tuesday here with his family. ( t'o. B. Andreu. nf Starko did some Drcs-t's.) 51..DO: ,) to S27..10: ), :t1Stump's. ; is an absolutely dependableredblood . 1
of
t builder in all conditions

C6f Chill Tonic, 2lc-C\SON'S.: I cus.riding) For"stunts graceful at the and Rhoda expert, Royal horsemanship cir- lowered vitality not due to serious. disease I.:; : To Your interest :

of the vital, oigans It improve ,
he equalled the other rider1- I The Pagoda Gift Shop will be opened lit.,
Leo Canova returned from Jacksonville the appetite imparts color to the I 1 I. '}
after seeing the big fair. in ample time for you to make your cheeks and cieates new hope and ambition t
Tuesday ,
[ J. T. Wills, Jr. and family have Xmas selections early. This! is a collection I'y To out !it 1 :
in those who have become pale, go your way ,
moved to Waldo from Jacksonville. I of 230:; articles nil from the is) ;
V,;. :N. Murdaugh of Fernnndmn weak and listless. Physicians recommend .
:\Irs. Wills and children are spendingthe 'Little Drown Isle" of Japan. Unique( ;;' ) :' :
several days here recently on Glide'Pepto :Mangan When
pent week in Starke with Judge andlrs. I interesting in fact such a display a- K '
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business \ Wills. has for it never to opl'n-and been seen have in St II'kl'Vait regrets. you i. on order the< package, beure the Without word "GudeVi "Guile's" : I <1: ; To Buy Drugs and Drug Sundries: ,: .1

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E. M. Thomas has sent two carloadsof it is not. Pepto-Mangan: Furnished nc ,
sugar cuntto! Jacksonville duringthe :New: : KtMids arriving eery day J. \V. :Morgan in both liquid and tablet form Iursale I!" i'i'I ..'

week. at Stump by all druggists, --h ;,,' t tI I !

A deal was!'! closed a few days II Owhl.eby At the
Fred Chase had the misfortune late- I dt i 1
:Men's Dress Shirts, $1. to $2.- Attorney A. Z. Adkins becomes ,
ly, while hauling: logs, to have the forefinger owner of the Bradford County .CLASSIFIED. 11, I
50 at Stump's.A I Ilit.
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of his right hand almost crushed Abstract' Company having purchased
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great deal of new syrup has been and the whole hand severely bruised . the business from Jos. E. Wilson. C. I lit.; Original Low Priced Store : /i

shipped from Starke this week, mostlyby when he wu, adjusting n chain. K.: Ahearn*, who has been with :Mr ADVERTISING ;, '

Wilson, ] for some months past has u I
Griffin & Johns. -
The Rhoda Royal circus, which leased the business from Mr. Adkins, I j jarjd I .. --- u
showed in Starke the ONE TEN A WORD FOIL EACH iSsU6. f "I'"I'I
Tuesday' was
will continue the r
Little! Jimmie Adluns, of Gainesville to give \publu CASH IN AI'AN'EAdwrtl.rmmh ;
firn*>t of the kind, here that clone roar' and ellicient service in the Inn Scott Co.PHONE
spent seveial days last\ week prompt lnnrrtirf under this hrad Drug
keeping its promises. It was a roodCIM'US. d ., ,.. .. l
with his ('ou..in. hazel! Adkins. ( of title abstuuts. must be paid. In Hilvntirv. No j mnl t
t. for fin. Inarrllnn arr.|pt.d for 1'nn than ?.eFitt .
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The W. C. T U. will m'etlonclay: L. A. !Davis, who has served one' I \
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!SALINo.; : :: ". Olm, I I
afternoon 3 o'clock at the :Methodist I J. 11. Howling, a well known citiZen year a" substitute and .six monthprobationer tvpewritrrin I 12 ,j'
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i of the Raiford i I section, was i in : g'iod iinditiop Pho i a 1 119.! '"
'Mrs I I efficiency' test period, in
thnnh. : J. W White, leader.llrs..1. 1 / }
town Tuesday lie IH. seldom seen hersthese ' compliance with law has been honored 1 -28-t f. 1"1 l .

: I L. Jennings of Jacksonville!'! i 1 days and his many old,) friendwere with an appointment\ in the Rail- '" ....
WA NTFl1-Salosman: handle goodterritory I RWUri(1tfu(7ntD'8Tf1SJtk9fSt9t7i7C1CliLCIl7tIGCRJUFlIttiht( : : : ) : :: CIGIJOGUIJIG1L1( )! YJUt1t'!
him. to
is U guest at the home of her par glad to greet i WilY ;Mail Service, his run to he from F. t 1

ents. ;Mi and ;Mrs. 11. E. Lngergren.: I I Richland., Ga., to Carrnbelle.) Fla., Singer Sewing MachineCo ,, J
:Mr. and \lr-. A ./. Adlcnis and two" with hendqunrti in Tn'lahns-ee: Al- ,. Cilllliesville.. Pin. 11-1'-lt.' : It'U'< u;1ttrrinttt tOt'l4.)Ctru) xtor/ 1I'lnlII.lrn11,11: ;)1f'lfIlrltlC'lr.If.'lmOClf.lfJnfJf'tC1tJl'Jrlr.jJIIrill' : ) : ): : +1 .

Willuim liiack, of Jacksonville, was little daughterof Stnrke, are expected I I though :Mr Davis I will )begin hinew I lit'!ii IiI J

the guest of. Col. and Mrs. V>. E. Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving | run on the first, his family will miitiniii 1,- I FOR .SALE-15 gilts and young sows! : )!
Knight Tuesday. I with :Mrs Jack DriKKs.Vet: : to residi III Stniko where hi- fine breeding stock of Duroc strain FARMERS LISTEN !

University avenue.(iairiesville) Sur,. to;.. are nttondmg< school all immune(> to cholera. Ceo. A. Gardiner a,, ,ur ca
I Starke. 11-7-tf.
:\Ien' Hal, :SKoO to :$ 1.)11()( atStump's. I "I .f'
Olin) White .and little daughter, ,. See our line of Lathe and '::I Do you want Cash ? :: r
Uthalin his.. mother, :Mrs. J. \\'. Whit. Children's Du-ss Hats. All are I I I'OIt' SALE-Cabbage plants $2.50 r 1:1 tr j
and, sister Miss ('11""i( White, ..penWednesday t per 1.000. J. W. Stn?, Waldo, Fla. !:j' :: 'II,
i\lro rv''nr!''s r..er <'* Tort Pierce, exceptional tallies. Stump's.lcN :
:1
Jacksonville.I.adiis 11-7-lt II Then bring Eggs and poultry to ::
i< t.; '1" "i. "f ii t si.,:tt ;Mia. i>. B. in i : ) you "j i itl !
:. SKCt'HK: : TE.\CIIKIl lllINI :. III
Knight, this wc-k. ,.:.
and Children's lIean'I I : big bone Poland, China boar; prices I "Jf"!
: ( \T :sMLL;; K\PINSI: : :
I 'oats at fo'pl'l'iall'ril'l's' Stump;. from fjfi: tn $:'t!:5;. Can bo seen at I"
rtrupcorky! !, He: per litO( (>. CASON'SMISH : 'j
1 I The school board has secured the my farm. II L. iirownlee, Stake, {n jj J. J. RIG.GS MARKET

Josie' HotTman, of Jackson- I Mr and \lr-. 1..: l F.:. I HolurtMr. and'i services of \\'. Roilortto conduct a Fill 117tf. ,

Mile, arrived l Tuesday to visit her Mrs. A. S. C'ew"It', : and, :Mis P. n:,, I teacher Tainimr ,class at Lakeniitl"ifor hi'' 1 1y ,
Davis. v I Canovn, ;Mrs. A. Pi'lee and ;MrW.. 11 I!. I the next eight months. Those finishinjf II I HAVE FOil TRADEOne) : good piano '
J.( -
aunt ;Mrs. R.
:, sonvillcWeilnesday.Ilurviud saw the -tut..t fiiir in Jaek- ;, the eighth grade can "'O'ul'I'l I custiiii $ I lr!>0, for town =iniri 1i; he will pay you the HIGHEST PRICES ,;II ji: !a'

:tis., Alma :McMillan spent Tuesdayin i this training without charge,
Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. I :;: : I, then hooks and hoard. I I ( .v.', Ta.ltclcl'chilI Tonic ;::i the Market affords. : .
Kin-l.iY Ividne and Klndder' ItemedvticC.SON'S .
;
J. Jennings. HtorcsvltalU1 nni n "rr Ky i untying end <>trlihlim It
: l :; IlKfff SIOKK. I __ -.-- I (lh",1' > I IMIL 'n (....liI..Sh. nah, iia:
II III a "a It" at It It WI' (('ii it .: u u It It II.lI'lonlII.1I) : It" )lotlnmmCJCJmmCIDtJOCfJr.'JflMNnrlrU'Wlt) : :: II 111
I 1 I I III"I.'"r. uh
:NOIICIVj :/
:Mrs. Angle! Stt-rnberg and littlogranddaughter ._ i
'
Franklin - --
( Stokes
Loran went to nf Itmnk'-r. h-ft ;
up 'Jt'YmrnOCDcmIXJornlDrnQrncn:1(1\r.JJ! ( + ) ( ) scttar!n
his hoe Tuesdafur (Jamesvillcwhere / : All of Hfilbronn, i
Jacksonville, first of the week. -j i members IJ.ipfM' --= I
lit- will attend the state' University church are requested to meet at thei 1MOnamcols find Tombstones : -

motored ;Mr. Stokes win .disabled I | church Sumliiy nt 10 a m. All ml'lII-1
/.. 7. Adkih- and family to :
Lake Duller Sunday afternoon to see the nervier of his country. and iIje. i bers are urged to! be. piesontJ. I S. M. DRIGGERS, Lake Butler F"By Helpful Service 4
ing sent to school! by the ,. I
his moiher' ;Mrs' Snruh Adkins. government .+S. OfI'I; I Agent: (for 1.1

.Men'* Dress Shoes S3:; to $10 Ir. A. J. Bonn! of ;Monioe Ga., wax'I SVMP.SON t' I I Valdosta Marble Works I
1
in Starke during last week in the interest
at Stump t of his. big pecan orchard. II.': I Sampson City Nov. 2 .-Dr W I K: i I II i Years of Satisfactory scr- | We Mean '

t I 11. :Mo re, Waycioss", (.U., is in left Friday and, expressed himself a-, I Middleton.! of :Starke; was a bu-ine-s ,, vice--Latest Designs to select r ri
Starke .on It visit with his mother ;Mrs well satisfied, with the progress. and,I I visitor here :Monday. i I i

J. 11. ;Moore, and! other relatives.J. yield of the orchard, ] :Messrs.. Hognn :Smith; and Wiley Edj j f'' from.
\ i mondson, motored over to Starke :-: Qmo mmcmCDCmcCDoOOmQCDCmrnmmm) i
Miss: ..JtlInl1l.tt.Intth.w", .
; left Wednesday --- -- --- -
C.; Poppell. Esq., of Plant City, , day afternoon. | Give more than ordinary attention
ill spending a few days with .his family afternoon to "I'.nllthe Thankgiving I Mrs W. H. Edmund-ion: made. a bu r--- --: --- V h

] in Starke.Mr holidays with hr _sister :Miss' i mess' trip to Graham Mondav: [ I ((COFFINS; CASKFTS to your business; and financial
I'lorl'IItlltthew at the Klnrida i..1| ;Mrs.. A. K. j Smith: has returned home | inter'i'i
And full line of ests.
and ;Mrs Robert D..morest and State college for Women Tnll.thnsee. after spending several days. in ..las-i a I

Carl Krploglc: have arrived in Sturke. j I 1 per. I UnrJertakers' Supplies From the start determined "'

They intend to spend most of the winter , A party composed of M- and ;Mrs | Automobile llearxt ij very we f

here i Just' armed. A new line ofLadies' I W.: J. HoberHon. Hogan Smith and Mwojs on Kand. The test s' I to take a personal interest in our customers I' ,
Suits, i 12.)0 to $;r)(M)0) IMiss: i Elite: Sloan motored over to '
I
vice at the lowest priceS|II 'ni and study their individual
Ked I Cross Liver Regulator.. :2( cCANON'S at Stump's.Kev I Starke Tuesday night to the movies"
i :Mesdames ,J. C. 1 J. H.I attention tA tel"gra.h; ord<'- i iRr'jes''erefl
:. : DISH.; STORK.: Kaulerson : needs, in order that we alight serve
I J. C. I Ii igg
1. K Cl.vbnin.> .i-sistant t agent at Starke :Methodist. church carries olYthe t: trip to the count.wsite Tuesday. evening Emba'nicrDewitT them hotter. We believe this service i j

: palm for the largest sweet potatoin C. JONES policy has been a vital factor in the '
the Hank of Starke's agricultural I ,' Ed: Thompson of Gainesville, woni I

.:NFL! .f NZA I 1-',hibit., lie brought in a Porto Rico i a visitor, here Sunday evening:. Starke. Fla. substantial growth of the |Bank of ;

yam that weighed six and thre.e- Mrs: James Varnes marie '
r) / quarter I a trip to ---' Starke I

star 1 "r."th a Cold I pounds. j I Hampton Tuesday p pVC '
i :\Iiw. :Nona Brown entertained a \ solicit
your lmsiness.on/ the basisof
Kia th.o Cd.: At the tint i I ->upt. Poppell has spent the irreaty number r.f -young folks with a candy
an..rotako ci portion of the week' at Lake liutler' stn w Friday night. Those out of townattending the helpful service we endeavorto

k11LL5CASCARA ; \\',ih his family. While visiting at I : were :Messrs..1. V. Jones, DAVISAgency render to all
'h.- burnt of her pllrf'ntM.fr.: and' :Mrs. i Cyril :Manlre and Alvah Saxon of our customers.
a
M Tomlm-on, the children were taken I' Hampton.

QUININEi -k" and could not be removed until 1! J. C. Kaulerson! spent Sunday in I Eat. 1886

i heir condition improves. Valdosta

:Mrs B :M Kelly spent Saturday in I[ INSURANCESTARKE Bank of Starke

nice have a full line <>f Messalines. Jasper, guest; of relatives.! I>

Star ":and cold remedy far 2-> ,.... (;trl'tte 'repe, Solid and I :Mr. and 1 ;Mrs. H.: H. j Smith: and son. !

-"patobroak',a tablot forma up a ,coil,urc 1 in no 24 I'nncy I (Colors also 'repe de Charlie, spent Tuesday here with A. The Growing Bank
bo.rol.ovo.. grip in J dv', ('hint... and TIIIT ta. Stump's.' K. Smith.C. 4

Mon.y,on"ln.baclc box if it hat UiU. The Rettop I A. Smith of Hawthorne, spent I' I \ E. S. Matthews, Pres. Gto. C. White, Cashier
v hl with f Mr. H,H'i I I :Mr and< :Mrs J.1.: Alvarez, of Thursday here with relatives.Mr. .
J picture.Xr short the : and airs ,
I Iw.1 I Starke, spent a time in city E. J. Smith and chil-
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA FR EtY. NOVEMBER: 28. 1919
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iIS plant include a new powerhouse and Daytona Beach has been having a :i boy was unable to get out and "moth-
L1' -- - an addition to the dry bin to house, little trouble of its own. The mayor ,!: ered to death.

t News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. four new dryers and the wet bin. This I of the town was tried, by a jury in the .
; S addition( will double the capacity of justice court and found guilty of assaulting In an opinion furnished the -tat<
I 1 1The the plant.Avocadoes. G".rjtl'"l'islI. He was 'lined comptroller the attorney genei.il.,I of j
r- $100.00) and costs, in default of whichhe I Florida holds that the action of, the Women !
News 1 ---
Live State will help build! the DeLand-Oay-/ : Florida Purchase Centennial! 'oninn---
S L.5 grown at ;Miami Beach I tona road; he was also fined $5: and sion, in deciding upon four fanin Hero is a message to
4 nj '''--'' ..WflflIt ''---' lilt said to be retailing/ in the Northern I costs in city court and was suspended ,, stead of one centennial to i-omni.' tluttel tag women from
Told by Our Exchanges.; : j j"i cities at $1 each, this fancy price for a week by the city council lie orate the 100th anniversary of Flm, Mrs. IV. T. Price, of
It l. being the result of the September I will be tried Monday by council to ida's purchase was ultra vii'eiii, all of the Uudc with .."
hurricane, practically < painful. ,
I see whether the suspension) shall be no force antI<1 effect I lie state-" tha'I
'iI.I"" foi.l.I, I night u.itclimnn.I who liad county crop having been wiped out by permanent. hut one exposition can be held Thcommission >. elm writes. "I got down
m t
union with a weakness In
million clollai depotat my
of this
new that storm. The t-1 -llCI'C
grove\ I
\\oiindcd, '' '' in tin- melee l by the) I I met i in Jacksonville! I I t Ii i r.t back and Hmbe. .I
Jacksonville was quietly l "openedto fruit. owned by the :Miami /IJeach Development I
; of this month and after an all day -esion and dis.
The felt
night
be huigliir. helpless
'l the public. la 'Monday; morning Co. was not injured by the Two negro highwaymen, thought! to.. J
. ceremonial. wounds are not serious. be the same desperadoes who have announced that the exposition couraged. .! had about
'
without special. hurricane and fruit is I
4 any i being shipped
,.. ,, I I been working/ in Jacksonville for some would he split four ways, Jacksonville given up hopes of ever
'
daily.Luke well
being agaIn. when
I' t, .'f( The farmers of the potato( section of The housing situation ill weeks, held up and robbed three white I'l'nllllcolll.llaml: nnd Tampa friend Insisted I
". I t-ft, Putnam. county say u much larger has reached the acute stage. J In men near the Atlantic Coast Line each getting a fair.
., Lanier of Wauchula, killed
-a will lie planted to potatoes instances where J persons! have i shops Saturday night. The negroes Take
''I, acreage I
himself last Friday by jumping from HEED/ OLD ,\ IHfJOunel' (; :
I this coming season than ever before sold\ their homos they are now I secured about $-I1:!$ in cash and a diamond -
t.-r in that county. I the time when they will have no pI a tree after he had leaped! from u 'I ring valued, at $(;oO. The white
moving train. lie had been adjudged of Present Hotter Than a
i, I --- to live. The present prices of men were walking along a road when
1ne *' passenger bus line is to be labor and material are so high 1 I insane and he was being taken to the I they were confronted by the despera- :!i Pound of Cure CARDUIThOI
isj inaugurated. between Palm Beach and I people able to build houses for asylum! when he watched for a chance does. The white men were covered i i
..t Miami. Three huge/ cars, c-ach with cannot figure a 'proper return on to jump from the train. By the time I with revolvers and were told to make With influenza agim.: : -nnkn! ir!
t ", e a seating capacity af folly-five persons investment to vvariant thorn in the train was stopped and a search I II no resistance. I;[i roads] into the health of the u unti\

IS will be utsed.I I ing new dwellinl thl'I I made, his body wn* found under a tall i j the old adage "an ounce of pn\i'' '
( I! pine tree which he evidently had, Fishermen are now experiencing a i tion is better than 'a pound of tur.< Woman's Tonic

I After .some delay the new and locally -, The supremo court has! affirmed climbed and then threw himself to his shortage of salt and this: ih the casein :, never meant more than it die, now I
constructed steamship Kscumbia: decision of the lower court in death. 1'ensacola as well as fish houses A 3-ounce bottle of Dr. William- i1TI began Cardul. Ina
I went to sea Friday from Pensacola, case of :Marion I Hall who was i operating down the coast who are after 101 Tonic will save many pounds of !I I marked short while difference.I saw.aI .
r loaded wlh a cargo valued, at upward mid convicted of murder at the I I'tobably the first car loud of hogs all the salt that can be bought in cure. 101 Tonic. contains Quimmi ic.\ I grew stronger right:
of a million dollars. term of court at UeKuniak. The ': shipped from Florida to a northern that city. It is stuted that the scarcity t; Iron and :Magnesia. This is a pi'"I' I' along, and it cured me.
for which he was! convicted, was state was shipped this week by the ; of salt at this time a 'i combination where cases of ('old.. I am stouter than I
15th mitted Christmasand this is may prove Fever and :Malaria, well, have been In years."
On and after \December Comptroller Southern Cattle Feeding Company of hardship to farmers and hogs raisers LaGrippe as
) -
I Amos will he ready to hip automobile ably the shortest time that has ,' ireen Cove to Ohio. There were 119!> I who wth the approach of cold as "Flu" are to be treated! or warded\ If you suffer you can

tags for 1 1920.! : The color of I elapsed in the final adjudication hogs in the car anti they will be fed I i weather, look into the business of off. J means appreciate: to be strong what; Bud It J
the tags for IDliu: will he battleship eastin which an appeal) was until spring and, (put on the market.If killing hogs! and curing the flesh for During the Influenza! / epldemu t i"\- well. Thousands of women -
1 gray with raised i led numbers. I the shipment proves a success. it later use. The available supply is not ering.the. country in October. I IHIs! ] give Cardul the
Klevcn; cars of coal have been will be followed by many others, near normal, it is said. the sales of 101 Tonic increased mire. credit for their Roodhealth.
John Klanken. of the I.. K.: Waterman lotted to .TIICkIlOIlI iIlt' by the opening): up an important and profitable than BOO per cent. This proves that : It should help
Fountain Pen Company, of :New: regional coal committee on the industry for Florida hog raiser. The 101 Tonic is an effective treatment for you. Try Cardul. At all
five
l York, arrived' in Ihistis; last week and! finest of the chairman of the year old son of Fl'ankIc: this disease. druggists. E-73
Neil, colored, near Arcadia met with
t wllinstitut"\ a class: composed of boys railroad/ operating committee. 101 Tonic
not only treat the disease
a J peculiar but fatal accident Inst Fri -
I will bo instructed in $100 Reward. $100
ant! girls! who coal has been shipped from the but acts as a general' tome.. -
day. In the the little fellow
morning j
Catarrh U local diseasa greatly InflJneed !
.Ihe art of gold:' pen grinding.J. fields and. a close check. on the use a -
by constitutional condition It and his Oet; Tonic
dog went rabbit hunting and 101 at your drug ston _
di.-tribution of the city's coal thsrstor constitutional treatmint.
( requires
Urooksvillo HALL'S CATAUUH MEDICINE: when he failed to return for dinner\ -:!.">c and ;50c; bottles.> Accept no) substitutes - ----- -
W. Kimhrough, of is made. essential
being Only
S Is taken Internally and acts through the they became alarmed anti started to for there I is no medical preparation Habitual Constipation Cured
sold; \ last week :80,01)0) )() stalks of the improved tries and shipping arc getting coal.A Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. In 14 toll Days
HALL'S CATAKHII MEDICINE! look for him, finding\ him with his sold! which is like Dr. William-
for : : This
$)2)
Japanese cane
.\S I ) destroys the foundation of the disease, feet stuck out of a gopher hole. Itappears No. 101 Tonic.. -Adv.-:J! "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially.
cane was cut off less t than acre of contract calling! for the (. ',' Klvee the patient strength by I Improving I that the had pre pa red Syrup Tonlc.Laxatlve for Habitual
boy nnd dog
runa
tt pine lanclulI.1'n", four-year old\ stub tha general health' and assists nature In Constipation. It relieves but
of (fifty cottages und, additions to of ; promptly
'
work $100 no fnr any can rabt in the gopher hole and dug
11 bles. International Agriculture ,' .It"a"rrte that HAUL'S CATARRH Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day n
lrpmm MEDICINE fall to cure. the hole large enough! for the boy to DniMlMs If PAZ) OINTMF.NT fail* to induce regular action.. It Stimulates and
plant at Prairie Pebble was given I>rilsts, T5c. Tfstlrronlals free crawl into, which he did! and, while in I ID euro Inhlnil.. tr..r.: 3li, >edinnor Prolruillng, ; PileInitnntly Regulate!) Very Pleasant to Take. 60.
1'. Little floating be islands of hyacinths) I a Tampa firm. The additions to F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. the hole the ground caved in. The testful: steep relieves I after tb'Itching brat Pilrs.aueltcation.' i,ant, you Trice cnn, i I'a tier) bottle I
are now to seen in the St. Johns
S river and the creeks that are affected -- .
I by the tide. The boatmen are not I
pleased but there is no way to head _
(i off or check t the unwcll'lIn1l'I'owtb.':: .

t S Two and, n half million dollars will
be spent !by the (itilf Kcfining Com
puny at I Hooker's point in Tampa liar
bor in the construction of one of the
DELCOLIGHTeJcPcl:1'Jc4f
largest oil depots I in the "lIunl1''ol'k

.1 I will begin/ within thirty days.

The quickest trip e\er recorded between
Live Oak "nil, Perry occurred

I Monday. afternoon when an airship,
which! had been secured as D n attraction '
at I the Tn>'lor county fair, cOI'er.ed : .r fireve.r..Y' Far.rn.- -
It the distance in 2M: minutes.J. .


.! \V. Palmer, of Somerville, :Mass.,
arrived, in I Palm Ih'nchV ',lnesda)'. Delco-Light engine is tho valve-in-the-liead Delco-Light long ago passed tho experimental

d" Mr. Palmer will engage! in the cultivation . type-used in the best and most powerful airplane:: stage and has gone through the refining influence

4 of sugar cane in the Everglades engines and ia hundreds of thousands of aut mo- of three and one-half years of production and of
h and will set out one hundred. acres atGladerl"'t.
p r biles. usage; by 75,000 customers.

14 You will find plants in the homes of your com
'& A white niton from (!eorgia was It is aIr-cooled-runs on kerosene in any ci rmto munity. Just ask your neighbor about his Delco-

found dead! by the railroad track four -has: only one place to oil and ha a .sunpp.. rv.--
Light:;; plant.
miles from Kathleen Thursday. The
ing valve in place of carburetor.
1tI. body was carried to Lakeland andprepared Delco-Light 1 makes happy homes; it saves time .

.r that he for was shipment.struck by It a is train.supposed The storage battery is exclusively designed and and labor, taking away lots of hard unpleasant .i

I built for Delco-Light with thick plates, wood and tasks. It "Pays for Itself" by the work it does and

J"hnnll1cl his pa and ma saw the rubber separators and many improvements that the time it saves.
circus in Tampa ;Monday. Not only
lid I the Tampans turn out in throngs, insure long life Of the more than 75,000 Satisfied Users of Delco. I

but> South Florida was very largely Light, the first arc among the most enthusiastic-

F-: A represented thousand persons in the who nearly attended thirt '-live the S proof that the simplicity and durability of Delco- :
I '
performance' of Mingling Hrut. ... Light meets the requirements of its customers..
S I

Beginning lasf :Monday a numberif lucre's a Delco-Light Man Near You

( Flagler county big farmers will --- .. .
S 'begin setting out cabbage plants, L (
t ranging from five to I fifty acres. It CLAUDE NOLAN Distributor
.. lit estimated I that there will be more ,
than SOD) acres in the I Haw Creek section ;
Jill) acres in the Itimini section 916 Main St. Jacksonville Fla.
: nnd scattering field'' near St. Johns I 'i ,
5' Paik.
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The _ ___ ___ ___ )t
p American 1II'IIIl'tlnn$ of phosphate "
E% in 1 II! )1S wa.s nearly ::1, (llll.lII) ) ) IL1h4j 'i'i'J'J
long) tons worth about $s,000fiO) (), over 1
twice us much as was produced, In LA
all the rest of the work\ ) Florida I
t alone )produces' more thai' :J.OOO.OoO' S .=

titus, having a value of over $ .Oi1m() .),_ _
()OO.
: iciZflE j9J1

LI A charter has been granted, under -
the laws of Florida, to the Kaon Cattle .. =
Company, a Punta Ciorda corporation ==-=
the general nature of whose bust I
iness! will be that of breeding rearing _ _ :: : I
buying and dealing in cattle ant) live q W II= IA I-.

stock. It has a capitalization of L =

t "100,000.00W ) j -

_
IJ.: Kdminstvr:. of Augustine, t'7T _
to be tax assessor! for St. Johns' county .
____-__- -----
to succeed ,T. It. Hellier, resigned.Mr. . RF
Kdminster: relinquished this office
'
to engage in war work and) :Mr. 'llel-!
\ lUr, when appointed stated that upon A
:Mr. Kdminster's return he would ._ 4 cr.f : : \L

resign and allow the latter to resume = _-_=== J _
the L.-I -
position. :_ _.1 -m: a-.t.UJc::

Seven submarines! and the EagleS =
boat N'o. ::1!m3; of the third submarine -
1 division are now in Jacksonville for NIL = ''j
f r' the week of the fair. The only deep ::

t Ilea boat of this, division not here l is __ I
'C the K-5, which is in dry .dixk ur Kay '
West for repair to her damaged hullS lu fi11 {
received In the storm that swept lhoI r- 1
f !
keys some months ago. -k
Delco-U&M Is a complete" electric tight and power plant "<

While attempting to effect an entrance -_ for/fanns. country homes schools churches .......".. "
in the rear of the Cordova stores and small towns.
S block shortly after 10 o'clock Thurs- ,

day evening, stranger believed to
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.. GRAHAM Brouker were vi itor" here Sunday.Remvmbui' Wnrranl. iue ___.. _____.......__. . .
I Balance Nov. 1. !'.'19 ___________ 11044llUlrlct
Chl'i"tmn Endeavor t>vory No. 19nalanri.
Graham, Nov. 28.-Tom .Mills made Oct 1. I'.il'i! Uh___ ____.. ___ ,'J" 48
business lia I : Sundiiy evminn: at -\M.\: Everyone Receipt diirtnir month ____ nu --_ _ ">;5Wnrrnnu
to l1l'4viJIe1011:
n trip( come out und tuke part in the inmtl ____ ____ _h -".. 15''noBaluncf

day. great work. S... 1. 1'Ull -.___. __ __ l"t.mDUlrirl
i .Mr. Riley: nrd family of Courtney, No. II.Hnlnncf .
:\\1 ill"Inbel:\ McKinney nf Oct. 1. ItltO __0000 .________ 27.24
i i iiniM'il here Tuesday and will mnkq Louise, Reciil'l. 'lurlntr month _____On. nu_ Jl

, their future homo here. niiil cousin, :Miss :Mamie :McKinneyif Win'rant'*. i>'u.1 l .. ._ ______.....
.\\luuI1 l'lIehu.'l'C visitors hero Ia.liinCf Nov 1. 1"111 __ . ______h li.!. 1C.IlUlrlrt .
I Matthew Wasdin was in Gainesville or No. 14.nnliinct .

Tui-"liO' nn business.Mr Sunday. Oct 1 19111 __n_.__________ 1M.S

r : J. .1. 1nl! ami children of -- .. Receipt ilurintr mi-nth ___._ -. _____._ .15.MIWnrrnnu
IMI.WI! ______...___.._.i
, Tampa, are visiting Mr. and l :Mrs. ,1, nvn .MILE Hnllinci. Nu\.. 1. !HIM! nh._ _____ 234.48
I C. Barry. 111.1 rlct No. U.
llnlanci' Oct. 1. 1011' 00 ______________ 1B7.23:
| Alfred McKinney of Mounteochu, I Five Slile, N'ov. as.-:Mrs.\ E. L. Ov. tticiht' during month ___.......____ .41

i wilt here Tuel Marsraret Gary Balance S... 1. 11'111! .n__.__________ 184."
| Dr. W. E. :Middleton, of Starkc was I of Richmond'n.., spent, several cluys Dlmrirl No. K. "

| in our bunr Tuesday. last week with .Mrs. P. IMIk-hie. Pittance Oct. 1. 1U1V ..........._____ 88.68
fl.... h" durlnir month .............. made
Charlie :McKinney\ of Louise was ,' :Messrs.\ T. J. Dekle and! Arch Wnrriimii lMicd h .. ___. ._________. ni.DO Cigarettes to

here Wednesday. Johns wore business visitors in our UnInner N..... 1. !lull! ) p____._______._ 4..8"

J. II. furreiuy made n business trip section Friday.I' Oct \HI.trie. Idlw _No.___n 17.nnlnncp __.__...__. 7.48 meet taste !

to Hampton Wednesday. P. Dekle Iti'ci'lptu iluiinir munth ____00 _.__.___ JJ.7S your
wns a business! visitor Wniinnu, 1.*...>il 1 ________.___........ 2.10 ,j
Mr. and :\\11'''. Lacy I-Vcvutt nre the to Lake Butler Wednesday and Frilay. Hnliinr,. S..... 1. !It'll! ) _________Un- 10.17 i .
proud parents of a fine boy arriving '".,rt... No. in. Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely I

(Inland' 0.,. 1. 11)10 ____..__________ 83.20 flavor 1""
Tuesday morning.Messrs. i :Mr. anil :Mrs. Carter, of I.aCrosse, Hi-ci'liit during month .............. out of the ordinary and smoothness

W. P. Bynl nnd K. Mills were business visitors here Thursday. Warrant l..lle.l __ _______nh____ 47.01 attained. To best redli/e their .
\vci"" in Stnrke Thursday on business.MIS L. Wednesday
spent l>'lntrlrl No. !t.
I :Mabel :McKinhey of Louise Lake Butler. compare Camels with any cigarette in _
) llalnnciOct.. 1 I. HUH ......__ ....___. 5.41
\sf,, here Thurdny.Willuid An interesting phenomenon the Rrct'int* durtnu month __________.... .IBWurrnnt the world at any price I
Smith hus luturned! home imtiatl h.u____
eclipse of the sun-was rlcnrly visible! Pnljince' Nov. I. I'll'l _.n.n___ J,57IMmrlrt
finm Oiurtiu'v, where he has been em- early Saturday'! and eagerly viewed Nl, 10. Camels flavor is so refreshing so enticing, it wilt

plnyi'd, for --I'vc'rul monthi.Chesley those Itiilano- Oct. 1 I. lltlli ___ SO.SS
by nuu
who
had taken the win at once-it is so new ami unusual. That'swhat
KIIKK WB* in Gainesville precau' Receipt durinv munth .. __h.O __ 4.51 you
on
tion to prepare smoked glasses. Wnrrunt'* Unuril .___. _uu _______ 1(1.00( blend ofchnicv Turkish ahd "
business \\Vdnesday. Di-wey Kuke and :Marcus Dcklo llnlnnct- Nov. I. 11119 .. _________.__ 74.87 .., Camels expert ,
Mer... IJ. W. and vis Dlxlrlrl :-... 21.
Currency Fagan
Dukes tobacco You'll
ited Sunday. IInh", ... Opt. 1. lllll' ) __h____________ 14-IB : choice Domestic gives you prefer I
m.icK- htismutis trip to Starkc Thursday D. I. Blume, D. I. Duke anj Dennis llici'lptii durtnjr month ______u______ 1060 blend either 1 kind of tobacco smoked !
: Warrant'* iBMtlei] . -____ n__________. jrt.flft this to straight I
Arco \\' quests of P. p. Dekle Sun Hnllanci' No1, nil1)\ __.__0000 ______ s.ng
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b'. -ine.' Fl'idllY.Vhile here he purchuLil Palnncc Oct.' I. 1010 _.. . .._ ___ 103.S.1Rf you
Little Penrlip Johnson M quite ill >coiiitn during month _.. _____u__.. 7,93Wamintt ci aftertaste or unpleasant
R. W. Surroney's Ford car.Mr at this wl'ftinle. itntin-il u ___ _____. __.. ___ 7K.1I any unpleasant aretty : any 1 '

: .. Sum Ponand son, Mallcy ofM Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Currish and Hnlimcc S".. I.ilrlrt I'ltn' .No.. .uh 21.nnlann. __.____ 34.47 cif aretty odor And, you'll be delimited f.
I'mtKiihaire' here
Friday on bus- daughter, Gertie, were quests of :Mr. Oct. I. 1110 ... __Un______. 200.75 to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally
jm --. and :Mrs.\ N'orman Parrish It.
The C' E. met here Friday after :\ SundlY.11' iminil -- -_ ___00 __.__ . 107.00 without tiring your taste! "
and Mrs. Claude Renfroe visited tiutnncv NoI I I. 1010 -____0000._.__ 138.B3Ill.irlrt "

noon..11.! > Starlin rand family, of ranasofki'i relatives here Sunday.Mr. Oct I. lull) _No u>_.__14.Pnlnncc __.________ 148.58 Take Camels at any angle-they surely supply :il

-. tinned here Friday ami will : nnd Mrs. W. T. Parrish spent Ft<>c<.fpt. dtirtnir month ________un__ 6.1)5
Sunday with friends Warrant IBHIII.! _ nuuu____ 22.72 cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever ''I''
m.ik.r-'lieir. future home here. near Brookel'11' Unlunce Nn1 1 I. IMIII' ._ .__ ___ __ 128..111I1.lrI,1
Je,si' Olden and Misses, Georpla I :\ ''. ,J. Jt. \\-hitt'hur..tVII" called to No. 21.Oi nu ?, experienced They're a cigarette revelation! illlii ;11

Ludimici, Ga., by the illness ,'riltnft Oct. 1. Hill __00 __________.. 8.7II ''I''
Edwards and Thelmn Surry attended of her .. You do not miss premiums or gifts.You'll ;
husband' R''ct.lnti4 durinv month 00. _n.______ 21nrtant .* \ : coupons !
the tfiichprs institute at Hampton on who is employed there. 1\\ 'Umii'd _---_nn........... "
Saturday.Wallace. Romeo Dekle made a business RnlnnctNov. I. 1'Hll' _. .-- _nh.___ 2.'.111 :t .i Jlt.! { prefer Camels quality ,: .
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trip
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:Mills of Jacksonville!, was here .Monday.DeiUli. Oct I. ll'lll .___un________ 122.42 ..7"!joIit.: .' ....' .. ;. '.... Jot ,'II' \
business visitor here :: / of :Mrs. ( RoCfliit ilurlntr month _____......... -....., "' .. ;1.7....... .
.1 Saturday.Mi JillcvpiiMrs. .
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Wan-unit' 'Isttiii'd _uuu____.. _ 27.LMPnlancc 1 0. "f. v
:\ -* :Mae\ McKinney;: of Luke Hut- :\ Snllie Toomb.s Gillespie No1 11110) ___ 'nnu 05.21 .. . Cn," I. A'. ,vt i -. l\ letiei2ti / / ,-*. '
!lei', the week-end hero passed Dlitrict Na. ST. \. .. .. of ojtffrfe* or fen p.i * spent guest away Saturday evcninp, Nov. :22ml. TlnlnncOct.. 1. II'IH\ _____00_________ 11.28 .... rnvereif i *rfnn We .rronj/t, reroromenilrori I ,
of :Mr.\ nnd )11'''. C. U. Roberts. ?he was born near Nashville, Tenn. ItcctiptM durinv month ___nn_._... 1.04 t.'h,..", r..r'heh"eorullica upp/ynru'/teri3i rrve/. Ii illlill

:MiWalker and children, of Itast- Sept. 1 18oS! ;; but in WnrrantH tnHia.fl _ .__ _____UOn_ 500Hiilnncc '
early life removced N"... I I"ill!' _____ .n_____. 4,noDl.lrlrl 1 R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WmMnn.Snleni, N. C. ,I I
inKare vioitiiifC her mother 'Mrs: to Paris, Tenn., where she was No. t*. I

Gei'i'ir' St ne.Messrs. married to :Mr. J. H. Rillespie in January ttnlani'o Oct 1. 1U9! _________....___ 180.91 A' "
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I '. Frank Reynolds and Si-bell of 1"";. Of this union two (chil Warrant Hi'Ceh'tH *dtirintr ltMiii.il month__ ___ __________unn_______ 474 S.OO ," .....: u-" ,' ''I" I II"" ,.i,"II'

bti Byrd. inc"were. in Hampton Saturday on drencre born, one of whom died in Palancc Nov.. I.Ol.tricl ll'lfl .No..un 29.Unlnnci. ___.__ 132.H5: t ",UII: .' "1111i111, I I ,011.1":. ", "I"" " ,' ""I..,,,, ', ..1",1"! ,,"" ,

infancy. Oct. I. 11110 ___...__....____ IB 155Hi
Mrs. W. P. IJynl and children were :Mrs. .c"int* durtntr month --'-..nnu_ 01)7Wnrrant
Ihioker: Saturday nillespic wns a member of the iMrttlod ____nun..____ I.
in whopping. :Methodist\ church a devoted, wife, a Ilnlancp Nov.. 1. lull) __uUnn. 26.52
Dob :Mills' of Stnike was here Dlnlrlct No. SI). of the iHHUanev of aucli cirtittcatt' in the name COMMISSIDNEKH' SAt KHer..tv viitue of that rvrtain nnal di. ..a of foreclonure i''
loving mother and ,that and byirtun
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numbered her otIce :
urday.J. at-I Tlalnncp Oct. I. HUD' 00 ______________ 6S.OBHicilpt of Unknown.Unit1 iilven made ana rendered Oct. 24. 101U, byIf.inorul.li'
friends by her acquaintances. She issurvived durlnir month ___.......:._. ** aid ..rlI\, ,'.'" n uhnll, ,m, > redeemed, \ of tiat certain d'.o.r partition made :: J r U'H I Juilire ;of tho FluhthIlldicial r
A, .J. :McKinney, of Sampson by her husband Wariant lutnied ___nU______.... according to IB"' tax di'cil will i UtOtlo thereon nnd enter'd In tbiCiicuit r."r. In anil for Circuit of Drnilforil County.' Florida. -
Cit'us here on business Saturday. I IMr. a son and Mnlnncv Nov. 1. 11)10). _ _____ __ C8.R5 on the (*th day of [H>ci>mber. A. D. 1919.Wltncn Hrndford County.. Florlln. in Chonc.r. on. the In Chancery) in favor of the CI..n., Dank t
his fumiJ)'. To these bereaved ones Dl.lrlct No. 91.nnlnncv my olficial nftrnature and *..aIh'\ '* 1st day if P IPI'. nfHa of Kiiiford. corporation, and ,

and :Mrs. Riley Wasdin attended I we extend our sympathies commondinj Oct. 1. 11)10) _n.___.________ 10.15 he Mh day: of Novvmher .". P 1910. \ Abernathy. uldow.. O..T Aln.rnathy: amiFuirene attain t M llemey, Annie Ilirney and' An. ;' ,
church at Hock Sundu '. j Ri'CflntM dtirmir month. _______....__. W. T. WEEKS. : Abernathy' a minor ty, hi* ne.t tr'w ,1 Drown defendant*, tho uno..rol"n'
Aithur Kim of visiting. them to the care of the Heavenly Wannnti, iftHtii'd __ . _uh__._ J 5Unlnncc Clelk.n r'I'nl. Mva Miernathy.' complninnnt". am! .1,' mimter wilt otTer, for *nl" rrnt
v. Tampa is Father ,who doeth nil things well. Nov', I. 1'illt __ _'00 7"o) .. R. A. WEEKS, nuninnl Urrle, Surrencv. R. S. ".r..n.'. tln> courthoiiMv door at Starkn, .'Iorloo. durlnir
his parents, :Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ J. C. B.iny.Me I Novrmhor 17, 1010. 11.7-5t. Pi-puty Clerk. hunlnnil" Eddie Ahrrnnlhy on.1 Iti'Btrn bP'' Irtral hour* of *nli> on .. flrtIny

: '-is I. milk Reynold* and Willie The funeral services were conducted nuPForin rorvrv l.hv. "..f'n.l.nl.. the iimli'mlirned, .com- of 1..m.r. 101U, the follnwinK .I..rb
!Sr\TH' OP FI.OR1DA.T offer and ell In front of thaSoutr id rial\ .. In liradford ,
1'I'ILI' \vre business visitors to StarkeSitniil by 1:1'H.. I. Hendricks and- the ('OMMISSIONFIIS! !tALE ml..I.n.'. "I 'o'n'
hrrihv crrttfy thnt the foreirolntt mAtrmrVtof Iionr the Coiirthnimi. in ''Brl. Florliln I loriila. to-wlt :
remains laid to rest in Dekle ceme th > TCi'C'.ltil' and l Hrriby notice. I I. tilven thnt' undir and hy of aille Mon-
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I' ..r Ilnnlfurd for thi- month of vtrtur of thnt certnin' di, en e of pnrtitnnmad. of Peeembir, A. P. ll'l"' In
Mr. andh': II. D. Wasdin attPiided tery.HANUALSTATFMFNT. county Orlobi'T. I "Y. the l t llnv 'f Sirtion Two, Townahip S .4, K. HI E. :
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I! 1911)) I ami anil' entered' in the Circuit Court in anilfoi I I In hand.thi :; :
-- - trim eorrrct to the bent of my the hurhi .t and, hn l Milder for co.h nlMn North llnlf of Southweat OtiArter ofNorth
, in! nvh at Rock Saturday and I Sun -- know),',"",. and lulk-f. I SiivvnnniH County rli.rlila in Chanrerv > r.U.'nl' iliKribid I.'ro|.rly. ultuaton. .Bn,' : ; , nut (Juarti-r Srction Two, "nwn.hlp's
('OISTS1I001.. I E. R. POPPEf.1.. on thi' J7th ilny nf AuuuM. A. P Klin of theThird S. It. JJ 10 IIIM of '
day. to-wlt- rliiht way of li. S. *
Win In Tlrnilfnrd. County riorlria.
FUNDS
.ludlclnl favor of MHilton. .
Circuit in Nellie
County Suporintfmli'nt
. M-. .1. V. Junes Suxoii. Superintendent'* monthly financial of Fublio Instruction.tlKRhS The North of North,.n-t Quarter and I Inll..v. nnd li*> South Hnlf lylnic cant of
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and Alvah atntement adminlMratK' of 'the etatc of I. W. Tnl i
nf Hrnilford county for the month of Hilton dfciaupd. thi* undfrfliini, ,d commi. S.uthent of NortheaKt Quarter andViuthni I. 1.lwny. of Niirthwrnt (Juarter ofNorthiant
,i H.i'nii'nn: attended Sabbath t'I"\" 1\ ,. r\rtMKNT: IT nil Section ,
: uf
\ IKlobu' I'll'i.'\ I sioni r, a* anpolnti l by fuilil" ihcrue. nf *ald I *! Qimrtee of """th".t Juarter ami5r..illHHBt 1IIr'r 2. Towminip 8 1 .
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t'lIt'T.T: :< SM.Millilv S. It. J-i :.
Bchn'il ( of Souihwmt Quarter ofWI
Sunday.Frank Genrril h'lUl JnnrtiT
u-ie < Funil. .
court will offer for ar! > and Hell In front ofthi
Bi'ville of I Itillanei' Oct. 1. Iflltl' __ ____ _________ 105.OflReceipt" ' llnnn,',nil' *ttitnit'nt i.f Mrn courthnuMrdiMir in Slarkp. Itradford' county < in "I 1 To"n.hp ? !I..h. Itnimi21 Fivt, A. Z. ADKINS, I. '
Bellamy spent ilunnit. m'nth _ __ __. rt'lllT.. "l:\ for tlu-' month of Ortohi'r. I'll') Florida durlnir .the* liiral hour* of iinle on ..n'nlnlnl' -"") ncn.* more or lea*. Also thaSimt Special Miutvr, In Sunday here. Wnrranli"' ii.*iieil f. . __. __ ...Buns'l: | finrral Fund Mnnilay.: 'the IMt day nf Deri mbi r. .\. n.) I'll"!! 'hvvcut Oilarti of SnutheaM Quarter anilFIIH \ 8. CREW
| Itnlnnci' Nov 1 1.. l-'l-i' _ __ __ TlulannOct.' 1. I'll"' ."2'' .'..t llnir if qouthinot oT ''I .Solicitor 'u Complainant. 101161.soruK '
:Mr. and 1 Mi-. .hi*. Reynolds" attunJed Illntrlrt No. u J:\:M.HIl Rrilit4| dining month _.. ._ 7" _'.I IWntiatiti tii thi> hlnhivt nnd l>et linldvr for nmh In 'r"w".h'' 7 !South' Tlnnwe Qunrtir 01 l. q'i"l ronlnmlnirIJll ,

j '! i f' h ,i" ,,\Sunday.. lluinnc.: Get. 1. 1(110( ______I.__________ 149.M iMHtiod. -- -_ - -_ _Jn .I.tHclnnc. hand .the folloulnu i!' ncril, ,i il unl ctitale' .lt* nore. morn' or le.a \l*Pn. .. SoiithontQim \' -

1 I'1.> : B.ld.; -if Plant < ity, i is visiting I Ki't-i'ii-tn ihitlnir month . ______ __ :3,111\: .- S"". 1. 1"l'i' . n :I mo.117 unto, lylnir... and bilnu in Himlford, Tounty.rtnrida. ... of So'ithw.iit' O".r... and West Half : TII 1'(11)9:1 CKEDITORS
Wnr'nn.. 10.11.,1 _. ___ _.___.. __ .M Fin and Forfeiture Fund -wlt : of Simlhr; >aHt Quarter . n.' Qu.rl. ofSotithin't In the of UradfunlCounty.
hi- i I'ltl. n -. .M1', and Mr*. 11. J.By tlalnnci' N"... I.. 11111 n. _____ _174 17 Balance Oct. I. nil" __ __ ___ _:niSt.xd Norlheant Qunrti of the Siutheant' Quarter . Florida. In Probate.In .
-- -- nf Section ??. Township 7
id. lnl rlct No. 2. lf Palnnee : : : Warrant* Untied _ __ __ ______ 1021(1Ralancf 20 Eat, conlalnlnic' 40 or !*. .. Smith. Rnnvi' 21 1 Eaot. pontnlnlnir 1 I Oct. I. 1010 ________ 80.01 u.u acren more ,
MI-SI-, l-i"il and Lucian ll.izcn of ,' ti'M* \No tho To.t thn e-.iunrter' .
T' c."t.; ilurinir month ... Ift.HO Nov' I. lulO . ________ __ 208270 W T. WEEKS. or tirtlnnSd. Nolle* ,f
----------- of Fn t llnlf .Soiilheaot of \
I Warrant Ifmieil ____ __ ______u_..__ 8.40 Road rundRalanop 111.lI.rot.' : ( Commlloner. To .hlii .r 7 Smith, Hani/CJunrter.' 'I Fnnt. con- To all en dlo. li-Kateca. illatrlhutee.. and "
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Oct. I. lolli __ __ |S01.I1: .
HiilnnciNov.: I. twin ____ ..__ all claim, demand.
:\ auaint
43 SI pi "" or *
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE uuu flo nr le**. M thiN'orthirent > lp
HI.I' rift S Rvcnipt* durlnir month -__ ___ _____ :.TI.8' 1.lnlnl acn more aid 'ni f .
I'nlanre. Oet. 1. 1010 ___n.___3._____..... Warianl, U.iwcl .. .. _.._________ _1840." rll\I\II"'III"F.IIS' SALE Qunrti-r of !..I h,n.t Qunrti'r ofSictlon ftateYou. : '
lleerlnt* iluilnu. month ____. _________ 'IflD.wnWnrranlH 8.28. DalanccNnv. I. \I'I19 ___.n__ ___ _.__ 45.27 Hereby notfre la irlvrn that under ami byvlrftte so To.nhip T ...h. Dnnve 21 I r.t.contnlnlnir . and inch of you. are hert'by notified f/
.. Alan thnVorthKiBt .
and
Outnt/inillnj Fund of. thnt crrtjiin di-crie of r'trtition' entered I" acre* more or riijiilri'd to prient any claim and demand
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HKIIIM
Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Hilliincc S"... I. lill'l _.u___ ._. _u__ II 41.BO': nnlnnce Oct. 1. lulu _____00__ __ _____ 370. In the Circuit Court. for Hradford' Coun. Quarter "f Northenm Qunrt'-r. and which you, or elthi.r of yuu. mny hav* .1 i
l>l. .uu .IO I'ecHpti. dtirinu month ____ __.__ 5. 2Wnrrnntrt It'. Florida. In Chancery. ,." the 27th ,ilny ofcU N' of NW QunrtiT north of rh..r of ".rlleart. anaint thi eatato' of ChnrliM I'. Caon, docinaed. ," ,
lrlrt No. 4. T "lh. Rnnire "I I Kn... ...n- late of Hrndford County. Florida,' to -,
iiMuvd' __ __ .. <> >ln'r. 1019 in an action for partiton there. ,
Aspirin- Bayer Halance Oet. 1. I'llO! ___________._ IH.P' u. h'u T."n.hl' I
say n .. lea. Alo fho tin* undtniiirneil ailintnlntrittlv of ald
Kiciiiiti, iluilnus. month ._ Hiilonrr Nov, 1 llll'l . . 37SJ"Dralnag | In pending, v'h..ln ". Stirllnir I'rici., Minnie, neren. more or etat*
I uUn 6.70 South' Half of Northv.i-1 Ouarter and Wi t .. two. frum the ditto hen'of.liated 'I"
Vnrrnnt* iMNUeil ____................. Fund i Price.: Clem Price Hilling. tu 'Price Mo- "hl yiar* I :
I i : ; Half of Vorth'vi.t Q'inrli'r. of SniithinutOunrlir 8>. itemli lO. .\. I'1 11111.tOltX '
I Kiiliinco Nov. I. llll'l. __.. _____ ___ 101.41 fnlancf 0. .. 1. HUH _--eo. nu___ 1(1( in I.ucna and her htmliand. R. McF.ucaii. Mn.I | ,.
fI.,rlrl No. t.Itnlnnci. R>c.lpu durlnic month .____0000 ____. 103.:\ .0 'I'mi. Prici* Horton anil hi'r hunbnnd.' T. J.Itnrton. of
Oct. 1. 1010 ________________ .4* Warrant" '* tuMiii'd . -_ __ .._.__ Arpie .Price Varner and hunt,and. .1.'.1.II. 01 Kn t. cnnlfllnlnir 100 acr".. more orle '1--'''I.I't.! <* Ailmlnlnlrntlx I of liiul l taU. ," ..

II. e..hto' ilurinir month .. .. ._______ 9.2l; RalanciNov.' I. lull) II ".P' Varner I.i na Price Ttrantliv nnd' .1. r*. ** ,
\\ ''''''nnb Ultll-ll, ___. .. ____... ... .._ November 1". 1010. liupne ari> complainant.' *. ami Will, I'rlre and,' Al I.. tni. follovilnif di fcrlhrd, p...""r' Ivlni* "I1
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Kiilnncv S".... I. 11110 __ __ 8.7t nrniKoiil County.Slnt. hi* wife. JInrle Price. Ell Price. Ion Price nnd' h. (nir In 'the r.lnh' of Alnehnn nn., Stntiof :lIC.. ..UN.IIS \111
III..rlcl No..u.nu C. .- of Horlda Ft hoi Prl... Pinrl Price. Onrue T. Willlnmi.MnyU'lli. Florida, ..wl. The Snuthewt Qunrh'rof Two. , h.r>.f wU pre*

I Tiilanov Opt. I I. 1010 ___...___....... 04.10 I hereby. certify that the forvtrolna *tat"'tn< niof Willlnnu. Mnrle Ihlprie. rnrrlo I'll- N'orthenitt Qlnrl"r of Section 12. Town*hlr K'nt. my liio: vo'it'i\. and' final .. the.Hon. '
1".11" iluiinir month _______....... th, i ic< ir'f. an l ,dinbtiwi'mt. of tH> I I prie. Clementine Puprvn nnd' I.ln H'I. l>upr 7 ,"'h. Rnniri. ?1 P/.I. rontnlnlfitr ,10 nen'nmorn .r.hn'r. County' .ludire if .
WiiitantJ 'IM.UI'I.1) ... ____ ___ 11,30Iliilance fund* of Hrndford, County fur thr month' ..fOctolK , '. an* di'fendnnt. *. and by virtue ordi nr lei. .Mi,.. W..t Unl "f Ea>* Ir'.t..1 eoiirty, riorldn.' and nuk for my fi -
Ncv. l. I'll'i-! _ .___ __h.n..___u_ S3. u .r. l't"! ) l ''rn,. n "l' i-orri'Ct in ,i'ln :.. 'r of the nalil court thereafter made, theunilrriKneil Half nnd' Wi.t Ifulf Month river nfSietlon ..f \,1.e.nr". '. diceiwed.' a* adminitrator of Ihll vitaLa J
1)1.1 rlrt No. 1. <.t "f my knowledife unit .hetivf.W a* r.mml..lon.. will oifor, for Tl. Ti.nhip q".th. Ranve 21 Ba.l, .
r.'mci, on. i. I'III! .nn_________ im.04 T WEEKS.: ..t. and Hell to the MirheM blildir for eawh in containing 40n acn.n. more or le**. 'Ihui 1 'lilh ilny if M ,pti ml'er I I'.ll'l t J

II. ,. 'i.l|.,. ihniiiK month ._____u___.__ 1.'.iI" (SEAL) Clerk Cirouit Court.Bradford front of the Mouth d..o nf the rottrtho<.. In J. M Alvarrr. T. W Andii. .. .tr. nml B 'l-2fl-'mthii. TOM nvAr., .
I \\'|"Mnnt. i sueil __p ................. CountyUR I !'tiirUe, Florldn durlfitf the li'irnl hour* of vale \, w.... <., romml>*loner*. Ailmlni" .trator.Mltlfi . "
JDsi&tD "Barer Tablet of Aspirin"in Hnllinci. :S.; v I. lliin . __.uu_ I12.IIS'' on Momhiv: the lut ilnv i f Docember. 1910, A V LOVn.

a "Bayer package" containinjr proper IlUlrlrt No. 9.Itn'iniv .. (IF KOAI> AM 1I1I10tF. 110'1' thnpe certain landi. in Ftrmlford County.I'.rl.I. i Complalnanl.' Slletlor. IO11otI : TO llFlirORS ASIt ( j
CoUa ': Oct. I. 1011 _u.n....... 8.2S Hereby notice U irlven" thnt nt 2 o'clock p I ., 10-.1: All indebted ff' JnHI ,
d.rection lleailache Pain tho
for to
,hnlnir. milnth .-. ,. ________ :18.84 I m.. Thursday the lth day of eembcr. l'1fi. lot Three (li' o Sictlon' Three1'' North, I Il>nl.: late pertoini: of: llradford:: county t Florida., .f d '.4
Neuralgia Lumbago, ant! Rheumatum. III.c..p" i*."in .1| ".._ 'n... ._...... 12.dll at the eounty court houtte In Starke. Florid. umt Quarter nf Ni.rthiaxt Quarter, Northea 4TFir SM r.Votlee iia.rd. aie" reMllelted to Ihi'lr mid' tllbta
pay
iS'.ime "ll.iycr" means genuine Anpirin S.,,, I. llll'l . ._ .uu_ Ol.SIf the undenlirned will olTer, for iale tioo.onn nn .t Wuarter of Northw..t' CMarti-r. NnrthHiilf / I', t.
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prescribed by physicians for nineteen lll.lrirt, No. B. par value < f the 9 50.Odn.oo of bond* to bo of 8outhet (Quarter of VnrfchwentCJunrter. I I. hereby .I... thai unil*'r and hv r.rthwih. ant oi hall pemonn fllo the hnvlnn claim ."
I ItalnnciOet.. __ ____ ___. .. virtue' "f a Final O.r. of F.r.rl"r. madeanil one, duly .
ManJy tin boxea of 12 tablet 1. 1011 uu 90.28Kinipt !..urd bv .Bpiclal Road and Krlilire I III.ul.t We l Half f Vorthwe-t Quarter.vn atilhenllcaied." with the ..
undenlirne'l
adrnln !
year diiHntr month ..........*.._ Numl'er One of Bradford County loriila. an* \ Half of Southvvi-Kt (Jimrt.-r. SoiiiheantCJunrter n-nilKred Octoler !M I 1M'. hy U."or."I.* trator within .
cost few cent.. Aspirin is trade mark .ln.. .r.idife nf the th .fnillelal Clr- one year from Out* hereof, o*
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Wn-rnntii i. ueri __ ____. .un. thnriied by Chapter 71'1""io, n. amended by of Southwet (Junrlir of Section Ten TWi. thiy will l barred
4)f Bayer Manufacture of HonoaceticaciJcster 1 Italnnre Nov. I. llll'l -----00---- BOSS Chapter II'I.)! Law.* of Florida, and 'in *ccoMance 111, North Half. Southwi. t Quarter. K""tlf cult .t In Rraou..1 County. In Chan- 26th "day forever of tleptemlier. 1010. ,
of SalicylicaciJ. I lli.trlrt No. 10. with thi* rfiolution* of the Hoard ofRoncl .lf of Southeavt Ouarter' c.f Section' Fifteen, e*rv ulttlritf. in 'o..r tr Pan I'I.rh nnditvn T TOM

I'll'n nee Oct. 1. IdlO --__ __ .________ 172.01 TriwliKi. of the laid t'iitnct. n""I.. dS".mh.r I ''ir.i.' : .o"helt CJunrti r. Vorth Hnlf nf nnt FI..ror. f'I.h., n wl.I..f F F .
-- - I I 1t< rt iptu ilirlnv month h' __.___..__. llth. I01U. Soc''h..1 QUA"'r of Hertlon Twntyeven anil S .T. FI"h. the under-lwneil' .11 offerfoi .
i Wurrant* i>*!ueil . eo. _ .. 6."nI The naid .bond* are to be dated July lit. I 'C"i" alt In T..n.hl. Seven' '"I South. ItanvaTMentywin" ale h.'". eoiirthniliie do.r .. ... ._ _ I
LIFT OFF CORNS I 'Hnlanei. N. v 1 I. !1"1"! _ ._ I If. ,1 1"!". and tvi.l .be l I..u.d l In twenty-elubt ijlioeruv I fontaininir' In the nirfr Florida. htwr n thn, 1 leiral 1 hoitrw, nf Kale onMondav NOTICE .f
Deremhi l t. I'Htl to the hurhe t
| niitrict No. H. (lit ,ttr.t Merit to mature Jiily Ut. vute J lltio 0.., rnore or I lit*. r Six. month after date hereof I will -{
1 F'n.nnce. Oct 1 1. 11.10! -P_ ____..__ 114.MI 12.! and each HUCCeedlnir *erlt* to mature I W. F.. \Vr". and, tienf bidder for ea h. the 'nl.nl derrnuil my voucher* and ftnal' account to the prrnenl lion.
R.intpM' il'iruu'' monlh? . - J'14 f m war later than the *.rl... Mrh'flh' precede* C .AHEM1N 'landi. .Itnatiul lit ," ", ';10. A Oanl n... County Juilito of
I It thnt to gcrie A will P. Florida' '0. : lrdo. !
m '.y mature' July ALVAREZ.Al .
Apply few drops then lift sore, I lit 1!lJJ. Sc-rlr. U will mature July Ut. 1U2I. .1 Comrnllnner' *, ThiNorthwest, O.or., of tfie "rh..t ("unl. Florida ailmmlntraUir, and aax tor myfinal' rlu- /
and' no on The bond, tf> bo offered for .alt, I. .. of th. eatat' of J.
-- .1 E FUTCri. >",'-(. and the !...h..* Quarter U. I'adKtIt. dicea..id.Thi .
I KM aforenaid wli:! be a* followi I "olloitor for Compla'nantii.' Vnrtheaiit Quarter flection In
touchy corns off with You Do More Work '1,0 i > each of ....rI.. A, B. C. P. E. F. I, to.81-1. Tou'nnhfn Four. South, of Thlly.t"o." Twentyone, 10th day of Mo,. .\. It 101*. !
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I.. II. I. I. K. U M. N. O.'P. tj. 1(. 8. F...' .M..I.: S1"h... .._'. _' ,_- ._. 3IUNEY D. PAIGE
fingersDoenn't : I You are more ambitious and you get more inI, l..nnii.oo inch of U. VV X, Y. T'j' 1fIUf..I. SMEflinhy ; a "trip"i; 'nt wlile ;.;. th'; Kn;t '\"OI.I.lro'o Etateof. J. "

enjoyment cut of everything when your ,\ \ and RX., : notice la irlv.n that, ,. W. 1. Bptfi'on. 'i.l-' it! the '! O'.a"r. cr.i 5.jii, llnoOKIIFIl ,

I blood. is in good condition. Impurities ia The iaid bt>nds to bear intereat at SLj; per I Sheriff of County, Stale ofF'lorldn A t f fH WSli I'
the blood l have a very depressmS, effect on ei"U er annum. payable nemi-annually InNi under and 1 lrlldo.vlr.. of that certain !' .eelal Sfati-r In fhaneiry. FOK I"II I I CATION
w York or the office nf thi' Board of i ili.md writ of execution [I..u..d| of and under the \ DKTNISoVitor In Circuit Court Slate or riurliln. Kliihth:
the tnt
system causing weakness, laziness, TruUe, Stark*. Florida. M the, holdI I I *eal of the Circuit, Curt of Bradforil r.unh. ; f/.r Otmplalnant '0.11.5'nFII' .fullcial, lrailf';. ('Unly. In Chancery 1
nervousness and t>akn"ss. I i r may elect.Ail Sin' *,, of Florida, anil auainct C. C ll'illand' -- - .
OROVE'S TASriXESS Chill 1O.MC: Did Nhall he In writtnir. lealed, and un.c"n.lotl..I. anil in favor of W. C. Tuylor dated I the ISth M.FRED n. SAX.Complainant.
and may be for all the .bond* now day of I 1Mr! I will oltVr, for al \\ \KNV'ilre
restores Energy and Vitality Ly Purify Novrmlier. *
mil ,
.If. rid or any: part thereof. nol le.. than '10.. and Hell to thi. hlvhe and het.t Milder for ,U heritir, pien that uniler arid 1 hyvirtu. v I
and Enrichmri the blond.' When >uu feel '"" (>'<'. and fthaM! be .Accompanied by a crrtl1flfil riiiiH then for. at the eourthoiue ili>or In the ... i.f that certain final decree1 nf fnrn* \ R JOflNFOV.t'efemlnnt.. .'

its strengthening! invigorating effctt. f-ee ch. 'k fir : per cent i/f the par value eftthi Town of "'..rk.. Kradfi.nl '.un'r.: Florid rtiw.ire manY anil ','nI... \"". 12th 1010. ,
how it brings color the cheeks how 1..1. hid. for |.y If'.nnrahle' I ...('lilire. ,f the Klu-hth rt
to and on Monday, tieeember !I.t. l'ir<. th cam bein TWil. ( apixarlnir l.y affidavit apinnil.d. to the
it improves the appetite you will then -n Januiirv il l.i mln 'to b* delivered to the purchaser ( ? n leual iiatia" dy "f mild r...,r d'irinu theT .'lu'lieial, ' f'reuit' ... rniinly. rlnr- 1.1 flled In the abine itated caue that ,\. B.
its on I th. 1'iJU. T. *! hour* of nale' the | >1.1.* In Thaneenr in favor nf the rtlxn* Johnion. the defendant therein nmd. la
appreciate true tonic value. I The riifht to reject any pr all bid hereby real. .t.I iltuated 'In rol.nll. d..c.lb.. Bunk of Ttalfar'l. a c..r".rn""n. .eiimptalnant. "non-resident of the State of Florida, and hlcPliice
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GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC rin.r..1 .. '...w.. Fn.i.I. and airafn** G. C. flapp and Bi.*Ie *lai>i-. iti>- I of relilene, I I. Eat: 10 Arllnuton A* M.I
is not a patent medicine it M simply I'fMP.D OF nONP TRC'aTFF.S:! U'i.t Half, of l"ulh..t Quarter of North t.n..n.. the unilentiraeii 1"1.1"I.r will : n.... Sprlnirneld. Ohio ami i I. over the II...
IRON;.; and Jl'IMN'E: : in FOR MffrML: R0\li AND ..1 Quarter. .. of !".h.a.1 CJurrr ffer fqr *ale In fri.nt nf dm.r of twenty.ona year* It I I. therefore onlatwt
suspended
Syrup. HRIIK.E' rilSTRICT NO f>VE, lit Nonhweat Ouarter ft .c. I". Tt>. S ,in StarVn. florlila.' d..ln. the teiral hour ofrale that nalil 1 non-reidvnt di ft ndant end la
So pleasant even children like It. TI.e HRMiFORI. Ct,rSTV. H.tlK-1' I. RAn. 2] K alio Ea.t Half of the Northeast nn Monilay riay r>f JieeembfrIhlU I hrn-by reaulred to appear to the .of COB1plaint -
blond nt-rdsQuinine to f'ur.fyit and IRONto ; : 1 DA Quarter of N..rh.o.t Quarter' .:.t Ihl lff I the rollr.wlnir ili.cnheit real' etau> lyInw III. In *ald caiwe on nr Mon
Enrich it. These reliable: tome I irtjrrties '- Hy E. 3 MATTHEWS > South .>.t Quarter '. Northevt Quarter : and fceinv In Ir.Murt county, Florlila. tn- I, ,'day I Ih day of Ini mlu-r. befo.D. 1110.
never fail to drive ,ut 11-: 4. : _-l.-t Chairman, F"'t 1.1 uf NnHreant 'Jtiart. of ftouthrutU wltThe 'tl.r-iMe ,lr>>. nil. .SI i.l.. nt ..i,1.| 1,111 .
< impuntiej
in I '."' Fa.it Hal: of Ea: .t Half, of Norm South Half "I the Vnrthwent Quarter talten a. ci>nfiH>i I hy caid drfimlant' .II b
the blixxj, HOTICF: \ T I we t Quarter of Northeast Quarter and F.at and 'rhN South On. .'Mr.I of Northwest IJua--i li is furthir ir.firid that thin urtltr b. puh.
The Sirenfith-Creaimfi\ : Power 'f GPOVES rII": P"Y" ; ;, ,r.ot: ;; HF :.1r."EED Hnlf nfVet Ifilf of Northw>*t Quarter of ter >ant Quarter alu txiilnnlnv I at I "-' ., once a..:. r..r five cin.cull ve weekaI

TASTELESS Chill TO.MC: / has inuue ,i f.F.\EK\L STATI.'TESNotice V> ,'h.a.t Qtiartrr nf Si-e 1 > Tp 8. Rir*. S-utheai-t ei.rnei.f Vorthiat Uuarrer of in 'hi. /.Ir..ro I f'. ''I'V T.I"rn.h.I a newfpa
hurt a hit Drop .\ little the favorite tonic thousands i i. hereby iriven that A. B Wurren.x K a). No> .h".t Quarter of N'ortheatQuarter Northvte.1 Ounrter ami run North lilt 211yanl I -. ,., ..,1 l ct'uuty 01.1 *tat*.
nf hnrf"More
TtfftoTtf on na aching corn mutantly in P'irchaer of tax certificate No Jin, dared" of Sounw.*t Quarter of Sec 14, Tp *. Wrat .li. yard*. ", ,h I 111 2-1 : Ths, No nl. r -tho I.'V'
that corn >U>P8 hurtinjr. then lift than thirty-five years nu". t .*- the lot day i.f October. A. D 1H1V I ha* filed. X S. Hire 2J K:. ,|.o Southwnt Quarter of Rait 1'12 :ra''n' lr hiirmnlnir, r./' / T W KEhtS.
you would ride n long distance LiROVE .aid nlhwe.t aid 'land belnir .m Stetion, 2O f: '
il out. Ye* tu get 3 cert 'late m my office and ha* mad ap* i iPlicatn QiitrKr. See 1. T. T S. Rue. tl 'I. Jerk Cl.ul Court.
right mavie !
alo Si-nth, Kanre| 21 Fa t. \. '.OS'
Northat
TASTELESS Chill TOMC:; when a n ti r tax died to ,iue In accordance F Quarter S.nh..t Quar.IT \
A tiny bottle of Frrezone eon hut 1 member of their family had Malaria nr I with law Said. certificate embrace* the fo|. and Nort, nf Southi-at Quarter of \ A KIN! I ",lc ,. r lew cent! at any drug uti.re but i* aiilH- lowinif .Jencnbed property, attuated in 1 1.1 Vurtheajit Quarter of !|1"0'.1' Mater In (h.oc.r. -- -- --- -- --
needed a bfuly-building.! trfnuthlvirs;:: S'nh..1 < .v. S. i
cient to ban noft ford county. Florida, to-wit : Icr.d'j rREW
remove of Northeast !
every corn Quarter Quarter ors Col<)< Cau,e Grip! and Influenza
corn, or corn between the tor*, an.1! the tonic ,The formula is jist tlie s nie ti>- I North Half of uthwet Quarter of South. -.. 18. Tp. S. Hue 21 EW Sullrltnr r'om.lalna>'. 101161MASTMt'S .
day. and yuu ciin get it from any rlru4store. we.t Jtmrti-r i I.-t I A. Sec H. fp. -. a H. J EPPERSON. LAXATIVE nROVO On VIVE" Tablet remove thauae. > {
callutea: without icrrneiM or irritation (COc( (x-r bottle ... 20 E.. 17 acre*. Sttrlfr Bradford County, State of : BALENotice <. Thir li only vu Ororno QUUJUM."
Frerzone U the ftenaational dwcowryof The iaiit. land being uieiieil at the dat IT'ar I norl a. i .
10.3.la. la hrLy given that undi r and by W GROVE S 'tuatura va to*. We.
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*1 PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIO\Y. :NOVEMBER. 28. 1919
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route to Providence to visit the lattor' :I II211! ) At'TO( T,\GS NOW READY Business. of more cautious chewingby Roa-tets, Tea Kettles aiTd I-_ "* parents, ;Mr. and :Mrs O VIi' the minister, followed a little later also tell your friends we have Just i iieived I'' .
I !. >oksI'urman, by another removal of a small particle a i laiload c.f 'V"'.. Fen uBulbed
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: Stokes made a bumesarip For the convenience of the public from his mouth, and again a quo- Wne and NtuKThi
tI Lake Butler Saturday afternoon tion: fi:i.' ci- son I
in applications for legistrations' yf motor OWl: .t' m Hi'
News Items ,,' '! .- F ,: ,n I -Ml', .,ri'
: 1 1 County vehicles for the year 18iO! MAY BE "Brudiler Thompson, urn >o "h dis I, i.
Emit-: Peoples spent the week-end f'lI.EU'OW: if accompanied by remittance i am er tame turkey ?" \', I I.. d- 11. ,i I' u hi, ',
-.- ,., "J'h hi,. parents. will bo about that it '
Tags; sent out Reassured was the Revi-ieml" 1'1 i I L C i dint u
Ivn/.i! Thomas was a business visiti the middle of December in time for caused George a start by saying( :- I" ,.
lMUr..tlntf Facts GathredDurintheekbrOUr t .,. to Luke Butler Saturday. I I the new year. "If die am er tome., tuikey, hi, "< - - -
Regular Correspondents. II, (Ii. Crawford l and son, Tommie, I Please sec that all questions are come dese shot in do meat "

? tsiiimtors" i to Lake Butler Satur- i' answered and your name and address, And ( eorge! being u tiu, Un. \ ,
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: ; :Mr and :Mrs. W. L. Simmons and I the best policy, lea ned.."' .i i Ib 'ah1
i 4 : JIKOOKEKHI' t dip I ID Maiki1 .'atuidiu* ,' afternoonMi. errors. The law runuires! you to cxu- i
\ J'' '., -_ :I '. I Ilumphiuj I ., harnoMil his fame I :Mi." and' :Mrs.! J. L. Summers, of Prov- 1 Il'Ull' the application before a Notary and said seriously: "1:1.\: 't'll. Ah 'him,, ,

t " IIru"k"'u"I : .. ::Jy: !,-RuJoyner, of I ;ilj l; to Lrookl) >; ii while, he i is employed I "Mrs.uleiKc J. visited M.: Douglass at the home Sunday.Furman of. :Mr.(. and I I Public or' some olllcer using a seal. kin shot wuz ment for me."
,. a.. 'l' Dukes, tilled hi- appointment here, on i; Blanks may be secured from Banks, Now you better let me soil \ n ,
r" . Saturday and' Sunday:! ut the Freewill T. li. Shirliy was a visitor over to I Stokes. made a business :I Justices of the l'l'ael'otlt..l: s Pub- few shells loaded a lithe heavier thin SCALED TINS ONLY
. fr, w'' liaplist church.gP Worth ton Sunday afternoon.Mrs. trip l to Dukes :Monday afternoon. I lic and County:! Officers.. the! Comp- bird shot. We have all size ihoi ip AT YOUR GROCERS
'\ ] :Many anticipate taking\ in the fair I ; Oliver and daughter, Canto, I Carl Brown spent the week-end at i trolier.I to buck shot, so. if am om make, >
at Jacksonville thiweek.. I of Pine Hill, were in town shopping I home with his parents. I ERNEST AMOS; : laid! on )your" hen loop <>i' meat howl!
;'t' A (rood many turkeys and chickens i Saturday aftetnoon. Olson andI ar Thomas visited I i State Comptroller ,or" syiup supply; ;youvill hav.loim MAXWELL HOUSE
I for Thankutrtvmij were shipped from I Blanche friends near Brooker Sunday.IIKillLAM . ammunition: that will, take. tTfi'
C, :\Andreu and children, I! 118lt: COFFEE
this place !Monday to \nriou' : place! | and Harley, of Jacksonville Wl't'es\ I want >ou' to bring YOU! giLl v. (5 .
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I \Vu arc tony In report Grandma I it..r.. here last' week-end. i null -i"1 "Aluminum Dippe- ,
I cu; ,ut'y sufTY-rinK, from another, severe
e Dcnley William- of Worthington, :Nm. 28! Mrs.! Aloti/o
i I Highland : : FARMER BROWN ---' -
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at tendc-d, 04l'rvin'< here Saturday night. Strickland and children of KingslevI
I Dr., C'niefoot, of Woi thinifton, made I E. S, Camay of LaCrosse, spentStiiiilay 'I returned to their home Saturday = =-_ -'. -_ _
1 a ,pi'Visional( call here ThursdaymormnR. here with his mother. 'I -
I I after spending some time the guestsof '
1 Chester Andreu, of :New ttiver was :Mr.\ and :Mrs. James StricklandMeows. I (;,loll moiiiing I 8n;,.' ";. B. Colson i IH convale''cinjj/ froman I a visitor here Sunday afternoon. : Ed Edwards and Max \Vimherly -I Good m'enintr.li.: '. Dl'owl1.1'1'
attack* of malarial ftvtr.Mr ;Miss Tavi- Andreu" spent Mondayand of Gainesville; spent Saturday I ;you ready for Thanksgiving?
Anna Murrhee, of Starke and i Tuesday! visiting; relatives at }here with friendh and relatives. I' Well yes, we are, and I guess wo
I son, T. E. :Murrhoe and little son, of ,; Pine II111.Rolan.t. I R!!,'. James' Strickland, filled'1 his j have a good many thing) to be thankful '
Louisiana! were visitors here Friday. : I Anderson' of Jacksonville, regular apopintment at Evergreen 1 for. I'I
A Eustis Ke11e.\ of :New' River, was a wu a )jiiominent. visitor here Sunday. ihurch Saturday; and Sunday.
fl caller here Sunday afternoon. i I I O;. W. ;Melvin( ha- moved his' family | A few of the visitors' to the big ('irI"l' -j Well, Brown, ii there an>thing. -PLi !
cial that thankful forVhy ?
I Dr. Tribble. oT LaCrosse, made a !: to Plant City this week.A I j in Jacksonville from h'r'pd.-i you ate 4
cull hlrcIol1lu! ! .'. ; no.\' turpentine business i i.. being "csclay W'I'1'(1': ( :*. II. C. Wimberlv. I \ ,-es. I thank the Lord that I I
Mrt. E. 15. Anilivu. ,Tt"., of Alnehua, 1 I opeii"d" up here under the efficient i MI-SVH Both and Winifred Wimberly bought; everything! in the IiailwartLine THE UNIVERSAL CAR
\' Bnent thp weok-enj hero with his father. I managiM! :tent of II. !S.'; Warren. I and\ :Mis Ethel Kicks: Messrs Lon front DeWitt C. Jones Hardware I
G. \V. Melvin.( I I I1. I The farmer* of this community nje and I Lish Prescott. Store, for I have always got my mon WEAK LINKS IS ASFRDV'G' Cilll.N\ I
K. :M. Iii7.on( niadu a business trip I: busily engaged in harvesting their I :Messrs. Uilbeit Iaker! and. Harry" ey's! worth.
; to (inmcsvilje Piiday.Mrs. 'sweet! potatoes' ami\ sugar cane. I Wimbeily visited, friends and relativesat I Well, I must tell you a little Thanksgiving -That's just wh..t t imitation puts are when they] bccon a
I Scott; our demonstration agent I II. C. Surreney "pent Tuesday and Lawtey :Monday story:
and, :MoMilainoa Davfa and( La ('rA""en'l I, Wednesday, in Alnehua. James Supp of -Sapp Station, was I George Washington Thompson was part of youordcsr.Thi-vlookstrongennuh_ "; but the metal .
: were pleasant vmtois) here J. F. Uutler tie inspector for theS. 1 a visitor here Saturday. one of the prominent pillars of the isn't there;.the strong, durable:;; ;Vanadium;; steel that goes into IH'I '
nftet'noon.MHH .\. L., spent Tuesday anil! Wednesday -}I Quite a few from here anticipate I African: E. church in his locality.As t I the\Ford chassis and every Ford part. Ford parts are
.I : Willie :Mae( N'abb has been on here looking after business interests visiting the big fair in Jacksonvillethis I I II
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such fitting that he
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the sick list, sufTerinn from toimliti for the company.The week. specially cast and heat-treated, each according to its use. Some
invite the "Reverend" his home
to to
(Dr.' ,V. E. :Middli-ton I of Starke, wa* cool weather of late i is: much :Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughter, enjoy Thanksgiving dinner. p require a hard timt-like wearing surdce, others need resiliency!
a professional! visitor here last appreciated. ;Miss( Winifred, spent the week-end 11111 and some need just 'toughness." II
S.; A. Itrynn passed through Wl'ek'// ,. here" with relatives.F. Long odors before escaping the meal from was the announced kitchen- Ford metollurgiili! have brcn, 'uJyin the..-problem for sixteen" yetri and ''II
last after I
Thursday, looking: :MILLER I; M. Crews and son' Andrew, were
into the. "settm room" had enlivenedhis know just how each unit, should be mail loendure a maximum of wrar and
tt'I..to of the St'lIhoUI'I.II..C
f ; visitors to Jacksonville and the bigcircus |I
I Richard spent Saturday here ;\(iIIpr'ov: :2H!,-\I1'; and ;Mrs.( Eugene Wednesday. !i iI "Revei"end's" imagination and They know that best' results, can be obtained, only by the use of spec II
I looking after business. interests.! ; Douglass visited, relatives at I i Jimmie Williams returned to Jack- whetted his appetite.' By the time hewas ml formulas for different, pails, and that! honest Ford parts wear from thirtyfive j'j'I".r.
Several of the youn r folks! attended ) Providence( Sunday., 'i !sonvillc Wednesday after spending" a I II ushered into the dining; room his I to one hundred per cenOlonger than counterfeits.We '
I the! rune grinding. at the home of Algar Thomas was a business visitor few du.vs here with relatives face had, assumed the well-known impression carry complete assortment of genuine For) parts for both TVsrngircars ,I'I
,, T. B. J Edwards Saturday night. to Lake Butler Saturday. I Iro. Carl Wilkinson, of Jacksonville is of the character in "The ham and tru-ks Anil our garage is equipped to give careful prompt Ford
E.: T. Stewart and, family made a :\[ J. L. Brown and daughter, I spending a while here with his parents what am" advertisements and the service-.-from adjustments complete overhauls Drive in. ,it's better to II'I II
the well browned had .
; business trip to Louise :Monday. Carrie, Belle, were in Lake Butler Saturday. :Mr. ami :Mrs. Wilkinson.! sight of turkey to be safe than sorry Come to the Authorised Ford dealer for service I
I, II\ S. Warren the weekendwith eliminated "o:; per cent of the "bless
spent F.d'ar,1al'r, : continues quite ill at I
his family at Hampton. W. O. Brooks, of Providence' !passed 1 the home of his father, J. T. :Marr( ing" he had carefully rehearsed.
; :M. Matheny: spent the week-end l lin l through: here: ;Monday.Dr. near here. I Consumption of the turkey had not I
) Starke with his family. !Seeber' King, of Lake Butler'l John Marr', of Edison Junction, visited -I proceeded( far before the Reverend Ford GarageStarke
Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville, spent was a professional visitor relatives here Sunday.Mrs. stopped suddenly and !removing a
Sunday here with his parents. day last wepk. : II. C. Wimberly and Miss Tth- I small purtklefroni his mouth, said to Florida I II
Little Oraco Ha, en is suffering from Olson Thomas visited! friends) and I el Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville his host:
a severe abscess. on hot tieek.j I relatives near Starke Friday and Sat- Friday. "Brudder Thompson, am in: er wile
IJi'v. C. :Moody, of LaCrosse, was! in urduy I I W. J. Chesser, of Glen St. :Mary[ turkey ?" .
town Sunday I ;Mr.( and, :Mrs[ Orin Tomlinson! of I I ",p 'nt the week-end here with his fam- : "N"o sah," replied, George "di amp I :ill
J ,- Guy Pinholster made a business! Lake Butler, passed through here en- lIy ,' tame tuikey" \

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t.,. .J Believing as we do in the future prosperity of Starke and Bradford ,

County we have decided to enlarge the scope of our business. We have increased

our stock of Hardware to such an extent that our former quarters were inadequate

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Company. In this new store we are going to inaugurate, in addition to our Gen- .

eral Hardware, one of the most complete stocks of Sporting Goods, to be found anywhere '

f. outside of the larger cities. We want Sportsmen to make our store their

\I :\ headquarters and they will find us willing and eager to see that their requirements -t

; are always in stock. We will handle a complete assortment of shot-guns, rifles am '(

munition fishing klc and campers supplies. ,
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:'. In Athletic goods we will have a complete assortment of baseball '

I football, basketball and tennis equipmen We want all athletic organizations to .
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brands of hardware. The Simmons Hardware Company's "KEEN KUTTER" .
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I, We want to take this opportunity to thank our customers for

their past patronage which has made the expansion of our business possible. We

will appreciate your coming in often whether your desire to purchase or not. You
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