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: December 5, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04736
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Coal Strike Does, :Not Affect Wan nee \\ Fixe Contestants at Penal I'air111'un .i
I forenoon the otlice of Attorney ,
Branch Train ..JllcIsnllvilll'ov.: : :29.-Lester J. Package\ Weighing( (her :2. Pounds D. E. Knight vas crowded xvithleenlo Scholarships On December. 1. I 1911! the/ board of ':

Miller, the daring aviator who has Must Be Cased and II large number stood on county commissioners .;ill,' Two years ago the Railroad :.ran's' been making exhibitions! here of \ me sidewalk outside, waiting to "get It will no doubt lie mien,! sting to (/hi oilier, by 'bail-man" C. A. Roberts. with I
Magazine tried to find out if there : changing from one aeroplane to another l boys and' girls who XX.T", members of the following members, i ( '
J.M. .
/ look the present : :
Express: agents,are, informing I their a at corpse, as some thought
still wood burning railway in mid-air fell to his death hereyesterday 1 i the .\Agricultural Live Stock, Clubs : Rrownlee' O.
were any coroner's must be I V. Brooks, I Drew Ued- I'
patrons that u new set of rules will n inquest going on,
the ,] as well as others" to know the successful )
afternoon in
locomotives in the country. One was I presenceof go into effect on December 111. a lot of solemn looking ni..n sittingaround ,1 dish and James' Reynolds. i
dug in Arkun"u-tlw, only to several thousand people. contestants for prizes which were The minutes .
up one ] the desk and being of last meeting read .
Under, the regulationsvhich iiuestioncd -
nexv I
be found. At that time our Peggy I Becker was married, Thursday morn- by :Mr. I'I awarded at the UI'IIt1fol'.Il'nullly Fair.I and approved '"
are embodied in what is technicallyknown Knight. 'I In I the club the first ii.!.
burned coal but she has ing to Miss Agnes Becker, of Fort corn prixe was
us now : : 5 to the Exprcss : I it The /petition filed at regular meeting I
as Supplement But was a very "civil" proceed- awarded to Clarence Rhoden of Rni- Q
sumed. burning wood she has the 1'1'-1 Wayne, Ind., his former home. The ,
Classification No. 2f,>, all shipments I ing. Some time testimony in :November': IBI! 19! asking that
ax '
tinction of being one of the only 'ouncouple were sweethearts as j ago ford. His ) t'I.IIIt'I'| acre was 5H: bushels I
\ sent by express weighing over i seemed to reveal A. L. Jackson Willie+ :Martin be placed on pauper '
locomotives in the burning I boys and girls. I gavehis his cost. per bushel Id. 1 :2 cents
woo.So\ that, if, the country Seaboard should I At the time of the accident. Mrs. 2!> pounds must be packed in wooden i I brother J. Jackson, a mortgagefora and his record showed n profit of roll was referred to James Ueynol.U tfur

be compelled to take off some of its :Miller waited; nt the Seminole hotel (containers or cartons of fibre board. lien over the former's home. The $ IUHI!: ( for I the acre.The investigation and :Mr.I Reynolds' ':

trains on account of coal shortage it I for her husband'* return. She refused pulp I hoard I "or (corrugated l struxvboardmaterials !, mortgage came due and the mortga- first, prixe in the pig club for report wits favorable and upon motion n.
I of specified tent strengths. i gor did not the he claim- mill second xvas ordered'iJ .
: pay same as the best boar under
will not be Peggy. Some hardy! to visit the fair grounds declaringshe one year xvas xvon
muleskinners This means thai after December> 10th, I I I'd certain credits. thereon which his lie Martin: be 1 placed on said puuper '
watch his hazardous by Marion Forsyth, of Lake Butler.His .
along the line see to it that did not want to 1 \
packages over the 25-pound:; limit will brother. claims' he 1I0t- nlil It'd rol lat $::1 l per month. ,
xvas to
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21)1! I I
she i is well provided with fuel. I act. She was advised of the accident pigveigheiI : 1-2: .pounds at '
not be accepted for, forwarding by the and J. L. Jackson, sought The report of 1'.1. Knabb, lessen
Peggy has been somewhat of a joke by J. 1-. Frcdt.ItliI1l'l'"s: an attorney nine months. of age. This pig also
J American Railway: I Express" Company, to foreclose the of county ('IIIIVi.tM.VIIM died and
all her life. She was christened\ mechanician.Fredntte mortgage, after rc- xvon second prize in the same class at ap) .
handling express! business of the entire I fu"illtn sell the mortgage to others, the Florida Fair .. proved.The 'I j(
gy" by Lester' I'inholstur, of "J't.g-I will also accompany thebody State and J.: )O5 itii'fl ,
and the phrase, "11("'" too to to Ft. Wayne. The funeral will country as agent of the Railroad xx ho did! not want to see the brothers The first prize, for the best sow under convict lease." of T. .i. Knabb expiring ,

catch Peggy" xva--; invented <(< but by I be j.ld there" probably; Tup"day.1'- Administration,I if only paper wrap I get into litigation. Eight: witnesses one year was wan by Seeber January 1 11)20)': upon motion

no means' copyrighted) by John demons. rangements: for the !shipment are In ped. Nor will ordinary paper boxes were examined. Stokes and thl'( first prize for best sow and second, the board ordered. that I ho

More! absurd, jokes have boon" charge/ of Marcus. Conant. wrapped or unwrapped be acceptedas ( - --+- -- and litter by Frank Ilarrlnon, both off clerk prepare notice and advertlsti
suitable protection for these heavier I ; stud, lease of convicts of
told! about her than about tho Erie Thousands Saw Fall [DINNER t PAItlY FOIt I ZION: AND: f Jukes this county
trains. Hut Peggy is all right. The : Thousands of people witllt's.1Iil, : shipments. The regulations, ,do. I .MRS. A. V. LONG: ;Miss Josie Bennett of Lake Butler] for, the yell 111O! :! in the Bradford!
truck does not admit, of fast. travel ler's full The plane. beneath whichhe not affect shipments cuiderpounds.Regular : ; won first prize, in calf club without County Telegraph." Said lease to bi>
shippers will not be mystified sold to I IIi highest and best bidder
competition. on
and as ,she never meets any other was hanging was probably an I
trains, what's the use of hurry ? eighth of a mile northeast of the, fairgrounds I by the new regulations' as they Tuesday evening at their attractive These prices all consist of a $10 Monday, January r,. 11)20): suhjei" io:;

:Many a time the writer has blessed and was only :200 feet high : folloxv very closely I the packing re- home on :-':"I'lh'IIII1Ut street, Col.! scholarship, to the State University! said contract

Peggy. After hard! work in the woods when the accident occurred. I nuii-emonts] The long in vogue regulations in freightservice. allow I and :tiles A. /. Adkins gave an eU-- Short Course for boys. I Bill of *: !ill. being balance' ml tie the

he has come tnthe track in the evening The two planes! had left the field a'I little more express! latitude in the sire Runt six course dinner party for Hon. J. O. Trnxler, our new county agent Quigley Lumber ,Supply Co., wa J

wondering the train hag passed few minutes after 4 o'clock and were of the a carton u.Thl'\ enforcementof gild :'11'". A. V. Long, who are soon says he is now ready to enroll new presented" and as nil\ mild and bridgework ,
yet going'liSt.. lie has walked preparing for the fourth exchange of the rules until to leave Stnrke and make their homein members in the Agricultural Clubs passed. into the hands of tho '
along the track till a hump-backed tie planes here by the fearless. young\-- December new 10 that was postponed would Palatka. The invited guests besides and will visit schools of the county board of bond trustees\ of districts, !

was found. The scratch on tho tie, iator. :Miller had arranged for a photographer have of, so time to shippers themselves lion and Mrs. A. V. Long were Lieut during the present month to encourage numbers one and tan on :November': 1 r t'
plenty Y
rn' ::1 h.-'. tinier' !" the firebox, indicated with a motion picture camera for this in prepare and :Mrs. 11. C. Richard' enrollment I for, this important Ii10!' said bill wow delivered\ to F:. S. '
that it was made going' west. to ascend in a third plane and in standards.These change express packing work. These clubs will consist of ('01'11. I I Matlhexvs: chairman of district No.

Glory! Ho sits down on a log and order that a perfect negative might of sxveet potato and ,peanut clubs. 1 for /payment of $$125.00: ii nd then to ;
new rules will not work any formity express' packing rulesxvhich I I I
waits. Presently Peggy comes around result instructed, the pilots that he heretofore has -- - ---.- present. balance\ to chairman of RoadIisl'irL :
I been
hardship shippers, but should lacking.
a curve, puffing black clouds, of light- would make three false starts before distinctly on to their interest as operate the- The new order does not affect the \MI.LL\MS STOUx ( 'COMPAM: INSTARKE : , No. :2 for. $1 l'JT:!' , changing planes. One. start had. been ; I: being balance
wood "'lIInlH'Vc wave our hat across rules will provide additional safeguards movement of food I products by express nn contract for repairs; !
made and :Miller dropped from the I to Long Bridge. t
the track and for answer see two for merchandise in transit. which are ordinarily shipped inantes + "
white puffs from the whistle, followed peze while the lower plane was n tl'l1'l Moreover) they will establish a uni- i I or barrels The Williams Sleek Company. have I It being oflit-lally reported'' that :
by two short blasts. Bully! :Mr. I ly three hundred feet away. been, in Stake this week and have I Nancy+ :Moore. and. Florence Mouton 1

Tatum the kind-hearted engineer will The only explanation of the accident I ------- ------ Kiven\ txvo 'presentations' at the Gaiety were dead, their names were, dropped /

slow up and take us on to Sturke. is. that his grip gave away, as Theatre, the third I to come off to- from pauper, roll.i .

If the Peggy engine, old, 1543: was preparatory to perfecting his net he nigh ( Friday ). i 1>::1I1'Ihrlll"hlll': having moved. from" t'
not the toughest. on the road it wouldbe had hung from a trapeze for six hours HONOR ROLL OF BRADFORD The company includesOnu c Demo-" the county, her name vas ordered!

killed by kindness.' :Mr. Tatum is by the hands, elbow:?, knees and, toes rest May: \Blossom: Marie: [DeGufferolly. I I stricken from pauper roll '

very anxious that it shall not suffer alternating from one position to the I i Dorothy) Claxton' Newton Ross, i Application from t the several bank

for lack of attention and feels" its other. He had, previously on three Hoe Harvey Lee Allen Hurt Illuclier, 1 of tlje (county filed their applications

pulse and gives it a dose. of oil whenever different occasions successfully performed ; COUNTY SCHOOLS EOR NOV.BOAT Carl Replogle, Elmer: I.a/one, Robert' as county' depositories. ( were taken up )I

needed, Mr. Struth a practical the daring act. I Miimlell.Next' 'and, after consideration'' (he Bradford, /

machinist has charge of its maintenance :Miller yesterday afternoon not : xveek this excellent' company County Bunk and (Bank of. Starkc. of

and, SOPS that all boxes arc twenty minutes before ascending for I will play at tinLa Plaza Theatre. :, Starke' Fla., and Farmers" and Dealers
properly packed, all bolts. tight and his act had signed a contract for an I I find sun ueie \' to I nxvtey' Sun- St. Petersburg' and fur the ,remainder Ban: ), and Luke Butler Bank of Lake s j'l
that no cinders In tho smoke box extensive fair tour next season which I of the xvinter sensim will play through. Butler: Fla.[ were designated as> tho ,
; Edwin '
First Gralt'"I'Jr" Webb.
choke up the flues. Charley Strick probably would have netted,I him $71, Donnelly Janie Cox. Mrs. :Nancy Sparkmun has "returned South Florida., ,county depositories" for the year 11)21)! :! ) ,t J"
land'chief concern as hostler is to 000 because; of the sensational character -1 home from :Midway, after spending 'and upon filing of proper' bonds on "f ...
have plenty of cotton waste on hand of his act. ./ Second Grade- Annie Johnson I Ks-: a week with relatives BOARD PROMDES( FOR PAYMENT: January meeting, said banks will bodeclared .
, for polishing the battle-scarred, rods I IT : sic Stokes :Maggie Donnelly, Lucile :'1. C. Rosier wits a visitor to Bakei TEACHERS: ; BEFORE; llOUIMYSThe + county depositories.! 1 I

and levers and indicators. Before .\: TIIK: 1'\In 1IFT: ::: WVYS: Tillis Lily Holder, Annie Coleman.\ county Sunday. | The 'board of public instruction\ ut.k- :

these men (came it was customary to I! Third (irade+ Lucile flrifTis :Minnie :Mrs. :Mary I Rosier t t and' I daughter l El-:I bunrd, met in regular session i ing the board, to hold joint session. to '.1 I '

, take along peck of corn meal or rice As xx-e expect in the near future to : Johnson :Myrtice :Minton Pearl nora, were visitors> to Elurbee Thursday with :Messrs. J.. C. Powell, P. M.: Pad, discuss\ the matter relating to willows. I

on every trip to put in the boiler and make our home in another state we Ciriflis, :!line Cox Raymond Glisson, gett and T. N. Pinholster present. I I pensions, after, organizing" into joint '

tank for tightening them up but now wish to thank the good people of Xeila Donnelly. :Mrs. Annie Po"l..yVa" a visitor to :Minutes l of last meeting r rend and,l session' the applications were considered !,

the Peggy engine is tighter than any Hampton and neighbors near Hope I Fourth Grade-Ivey Boyd. :Manning Monday approved. and.i after discussions the boards ,.
other on the roud. Hall for their many courtesies shownus Fifth Gmcp-Cal'l! Johnson, Clyde :Moved! and! carried that all \teachersBlackxvelder decided that pursuant to the law guv.erning '.,
Hosier in Starke Mon
I Every member of the ('I'ewi'cs\ in during our ten months stay here. Collins, :Myrtle Coleman :May Gainey. day.Wesley was In., !suspended g us supervisor ,I / said matter the board of public \ I .

Starke, and they know every man, We also wish to say a word in behalfof Sixth Grade-Neva Benton, Roy of Swift Creek: school for ,refusing instruction would revic v and rL'h .
woman and child along the line. Yea the school at Hampton. Griffin, Albert Griflis, Mary: Tillis. Quite a bunch of the Elarbee folks l to honor an order from the boardto ommend to said board, of county Il commissioners I
After has been Seventh Grade-Emma Griflis, Wesley were visitors to the! State Farm Saturday release certain school .
the doff furniture.The
even doers. a Under the present! management it their decisions and. recommendations i C.. irl
racing with the train while, they :Moore, Ruby Johnson. night. above motion to the following \
a Is one of the best schools that we have A carry on each application, and! 'f'lilt I
will reach down the doff and Principal :Mary K.: Smedley; CassieCole a. T ----* condition that tho call j '.
pick up ever known as we have had a daughter ( secretary I said finding and recommendationsxvith :
let him ride. in different schools. in the past five assistant I NKIMI; on :Mr. Black welder" and serve notice said commissioners at the January I '
While other engines now, since the years in Georgia and Alabama and, I I --- I -- upon him that if he further refuses meeting' for final action. .'
First (:l'UdCol'nl'liu Brooks
coal famine shake their "boot- GUILFORD; the board's order that he t be. I
began she has shown more interest and I Clifford automatically There being no further business'" the If, ,
leg" stacks in doubt the Peggy en- learned more than ever before Prof. Douglass.Third suspended\ us" supervisor of board adjourned( to meet the f first I .
gine holds its "Mother: Ilubbard" Wiggins is indeed the right man in Third Grade-Baxter Laney. i Grade; -Hattio Douglass. said .school. :Monday,, in January, l I/2l! : ) I ''J j
proudly aloft for its futre is assured the right place and, we also can say Sixth Grade-Roy Ilou lall!!. Fourth (;irade-Kenneth Nettles! Moved that the superintendent continue I' W. T. WKKKS
----.. Principal: A. BlackweMer. Nannie Brooks, Cassie Conner. the services of those teachers\
the same of Mrs.! Hell Weest and :Miss I I Clerk and Auditor.
" I'\I. I'l'l.CHJ : 'f Exa: Williams, his assistants. Theparents I -+- Fifth Grade-Eva; Conner. who failed to make certificated at the - "\.

who would not have hope revived PINK HILL Sixth Grade; -\Pasco Brooks, Virgie l Iust examination; who uro" renderingsatisfactory I TKLMMtPII'S: HONOR: ROLL j '. r

Uoadmaster Bryan :Suiters; Sprain in in their hearts under the benign I Conner service us teacher. I I 1
Derailmentlioadmastei influence of these noble teachers First Grade--Dwight Godwin Vera Seventh Grtidi; ?-Mary Nettles-:': :Moved. and curried. that nl' (teachers :Name
of 'I 1 hostho !
II Subscription
1 Fowler.Second.
must have indeed passed, beyond thepale \Principal Mrs. Nettles.I.NC : : having n monl h'M time made. I by> Dec.r ,, ... .. ,
(; ,
Tirade-Benny Grimes I During NovemberW.
'. is :22nd: and. filing their with the I
'' A. Bryan a ''tt.,1 of that sheet anchor of the soul. reports i l
Third C I'll.IeVlrJ.'inilCor"on
man and would rathergive We want to also congratulate thePoIIt. ( : BRIDGE: (county superintendent' would receive '"
I :Maude Jones. I.. %Viill. Chun. Niles, .1. 1 If.[ Pollard h'
an animal something to eat than of Bradford county on their pay sumo i:
to hurt it, yet it seems that the brute good judgment in electing Mr." '' Pop- !! Fouith Crll.II'-Crl'a.: .)' Hodge Ruby First Grade--Okene Adkins... J./ E.Crews :. Moved and unanimously curried. ) I tA.. llynl II. L. Green, I.. L. i I : .ii

creation have n spite against him. pell as their superintendent of schools. I I I Greene Alhf.' Anna :May that the bills for the creUion, of Bid- Edwards;, l J. S. I Foirsyth, Roy )Roberts. rIt. .. "
Fifth Grade Ivu ( Oliver '
About a year ago when traveling on :Maybe the people would like to ,, Colson Canty Johns. ling school be laid. nveifor, investigation. U.l Gouruo, John I l.angford.+ T. T. yea.

his motor ear on the Wannee branch know why we are moving away from', Lucile! II. a rt'i'Jr. Second! C.rude--i.nla McKinney, Eth-: lilt, kburii W. I r.. [Perkins, C, L. Nor.

the car was derailed by running overa (his ('lInHnunity.'e are officers in n .Sixth Grade-Charlie Cone, EvanIloflge. ridifiCuson.. Upopn motion' the board" agreed to fen I IT.: Stewart J. B. Florricl, J.

wildcat, and' the captain was violently benevolent organization: known as the I I [ Dave Greene. Third Grade-Rose Johns, Wesley take a recess until bee ] 'th. at which D. Caudal: ), :Mrs. (i.; M.t! Bennett, Perry -

thrown out and bruised and Volunteers. of America. Headquarters I' Eighth: Crude-Rosa; Surrency Willie ! .10h..... time the board will declare the depositories Hover, |ItI./ Warren Mrs.: S. A. 1

nearly lost his eve. Thursday., afternoon has notified us that we were' needed M. Oliver Iris M. Godwin. Fourth Grade; -Gladys. (Crews Charley for the next scholastic year to l j"'u"'rI.1.: :M. Brin.son, Lacy Thomas.., '. i

while speeding along the track in Memphis, Tenn.' us there i is Vera Principal F. Chancey; assistant, Smith :Maude, Crews. handle the various funds. Also at this Oliver .1..n..>, Ed llurnsed, Visa! Kate i'It

between :Maxville and r'ift'me. a hag' more demands for charity.' We regret Surrency.- ----+ Fifth Grode- -Itoward Thomas, Everett : meeting the board will go in detail Livingston, II. J K. Crawford, T. :M.Kendrick .

!got m the track and before the speed very much to leave this community F IJTCJ( Renfroo, Grafton Adkins.Sixt with the :Mothers Pension Bill and any t 1''. I.. ThIlIlUl.r; i.." Flossyo (

could be ,checked, the car ran over" it, and our many friends that we have ; !. Grade Frank Merrill, Graco other matters pertaining to the best I Reynolds, ;Mrs.. T. F. Mansell, J. Vernon "

causing a derail and Captain Hryan made' here. We will always have a I'rilUury-llllb..1: Futch Arthur Welch, :Mabel Crews, Ruby Mae Johns interest of education. in and. for Bradford Jones J. [L. Bryan t i\ins[ M. (J.

and his colored attendant were throwna warm spot in our hearts. for our Florida Williams, Carl Williams, G..nlvaViI.. Eunice McKinney, I'earl McKinney county. [Bostu-k. L. Ogden. W. H. ( 'lemons, 1 r' ti
great distance landing, in a ,ditch friends.. kerson. [Henry Browning !j .th ll'lIdl.-IA'ona Moody. The board adjourned. to meet Dec.nth. . Mrs. J. R. Garris, J. P. Padgett. C. It t

full of water. Yours for the uplift of humanity. First Grade; -Kffie.( Starling, (,ly.l!! Principal :Mrs. E.: A. Harper. : Driggcrs, W. A. Jones Joseph Crews, .'
Captain Bryan being a heavy man.lIuff..rl'lI CAPT. and MRS. F. J. 1)ISLER.URGENT ) Wilkerson] Lonnie Starling. +, I.. C1. POWELL, Sr., .1. D. Baxter (;i. A. Epperson L. .,
E.: r:.. POPPELL: E. Jordan n.! L. Barnard, J. II. Williams -
much from the shock thuuiih -- Second Grade-Everett Futch, Anzy BRADFORD) HIGH SCHOOL r
it was partly broken by the water, Buton : : CALL FOR CLOTHING: Futch Delia Starling. Sec'y and I Superintendent. Ernest: Gessner.. 1'. S. :McMil: .
-- -+-- lan, Ossian Oliver, H. F. Redding, ,
examination it was found that his. Third, Grade--Nettie Starling, Wil- T irst (irudeI.oui"e.ek\ Annie ,
MACHINE: MA1".IItMS! !: TO HE( : '' :Mrs. Davis (Cason G. (J. [Burrows H.
knee was badly wrenched and he was :Many children in Bradford county lis Starling Ethvl Starling, Allen LI ng, Leila pea Andrews, Geraldine
assisted. on the next train for Jacksonville who are attending school have not Starling Levy Futch Gladys Futch, Kite, Iris McRue, Herbert I Roberts, DKMONSTRATKOUnder ; : II. Lewis> J. B. Tormenter, W. S. Bryant j

and entered a hospital there. sufficient clothing to protect them Lacy I Futch( Lee Browning, Cede Williams Parley Davis, J. 1) hilts) Otho Ma- 'o1..b.1 I .1. R. Townsend, W. R. Williams
The colored man escaped with a few against cold and. wet weather. Mrs.! theny. the direction of H. S. : V. W. Browning W. F. Harnage/ G. (
painful .ruises! and contusions.This R. A. Weeks president of the Wom Fourth Grade Daisy Futch Minnie ley of the L II. C., and under the auspices !I W. I Buisden.. O. B. Ha/.en T. L. Wain- j -
Edwards: ,
is the second time Captain an's Club, is in receipt of letters from Futch Bessie. Futch Nancy Star Second Grade Wilma of the Merchants, and :Manufac I "right/ Dr. A. J. BOMB, R. U. Parmen- .
suffered leg fracture. parents. telling of their children's lark I Mabel Thomas! Annie :Mercer, Paul turers' Association, the bank and business ter, C. Guy Prescott N.V.. Litch-
Bryan has a
About 12 ago near Fernandina I of clothinaAny garments suitablefor I ling.Fifth Grade-Brooksey Futch. I Knight; William Duncan( Merrill McMillan. houses and in co-operation with I hell LiiMtcy State Hank J. M. Con
years I I : tho of and tier ..J.V.. Prevail, I D. :M. Thomas., J,
his I leg was broken, which laid him up a twelve year old boy also a lit- Principal, Ailene Reynolds.. state college agriculture
for time. tle girl, will be acceptable. The worn .- Third Grade-Oscar Silcox. the !state department of agricultureand ; H. Wainright, :Mm. E.: Alexander,
a long Fourth Grade-Carlyle Ritch, Mal J. S. Norman :'Irr... W. G. Seals, J.
Latest advices that Capt. Bryan en of Starke are requested to assistin PINE: FOREST others interested in higher agriculture ,
nay colm Thornton. educational R. Howe. N. D. Davis!. J. :M. Truby
U getting along well and will soon be this much needed charity. Send a countywide ,
able to resume his duties.! !'articles to :Mrs. R. A. Weeks or First Grade Harry Edwards, Coleman Fifth Grade-Florence Andrews, campaign in the interests of better Mrs. J. W. Killian. R. :M. Johnson.

phone her and! she will send for them. Williams, Fred Woods, Harvey GU"lielay! Bennett Harriet Ritch agriculture and. farming' ,Conditionswill .
ST. MARK'S; I I Woods. IsU Poppell Hazel :Middleton, Sam be held at Hastings on December BAPTIST:

W. O. W. UNVEILING I Second Grade-Wesley Luke. my Sternberg. 3rd.

S "<(v>nd St'Tv'-" ' . "nt, Dec( 7th. Third Grade-Donald[ Mott :Minnie Seventh Grade-Amy :Moore Sunday !school 10 a. m.
If t, . . and sermon, 11 a. m. Sunday Dec. 14th the monument of Woods. I Eighth/ Grade-Eunice Perkins, Isabel TO CANDIDATES= ::; Morning worship, 11 a. m.

p" :.>er and !sermon 7:39: p. the late Franklin L. Colson will be Fourth Grade-Lettie Edwards, Fernandez. U. Y. P U., Junior and Senior 7:39
t unveiled at New River cemetery, Pearl Luke.PrincIpal. Tenth Grade-Gus Long, Nellie I Candidates for offices to be voted p. m. t

Beginning' this month services will known a* Rattlesnake church and we Blanche Edwards. Stoarni, Paul Canova. for In the primary next spring, will Evening worship 7:30:: p. m.
be held on the first and third Sundaysof ask the church members and all W. Eleventh Grade-Gladys Brown be charged for their announcementsin Teacher training class 7 p. On.,

the mont O. W. members to carry dinner for ELARBEE Ruby Poppell.! the Telegraph a.s follows: For Wednesday.
C. A. ROSS the occasi >n. Twelfth Grade-HollU Knight, Al- state and county offices. $10; for district Evening service prayer and busU

Priest In Charge. Ward Camp No. 139 Brooker, Fla. Elarbe, Dee. 6.-Aaron Coleman leen Alvarez offices $7.50, cash in advance.aaatlaI ness 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. 1.

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time: the town was rounded up, every lie could pcir lit"close range"InTo tle llllrfin: k"miwing' that to d';I over. - Rinlaloe/ Jerked---his ITIidlcutlvely I

I Nan ifj utgolnff trull watched nnd search I living rol.Standing mlft the one that took toward the front. "He's outside "
wns underwajfor before the tire burning lo
anyone from Mor.sat. first nhotfrom the II hwny. each wotted with some of the boys ."
j .'* gup. and) espeelallj-, the sendir !- the open )hearth nnd with his back for the other ; that fraction of 1 "Tf'l 81..n to come In. .. "
Music I of. the telephone messnge.Pe I to It, he now saw Oale ;Morgau. Sitting second unsettled tl -lr purpose. Instead thundered Oale.Pe r

I 'Spain, after InMrtietlno".r.h,1 bolt upright beside the table, of bullets, eacli launched curses I Spain's left
in Teiilsoii's. Ills I I siiuiire-jnwed' and obdurate' his nrm shot "III "I 1 ,
.1 rapid stubby nt the Intruder, nnd every second thnt on. I'lirdnloe ; pull, down that
Mountain 'on"tinning!' of the few habitues of theP'.n brier, pipe supported by his hand andgripped passed led cur .
away fl'ul I farbl.I I behind .M'U !
I e and the bartender<'1"11 onl\' , In his gri'iit teeth. Puke Morgan
/ i : Pe Spain took ihfir ouths ..I'mnll"snllJ "Pont touch that rutnln. I'., '
Infiinniitl'iii' that a man had UM-d I looked imcompromlxlngly past bitbijllgerent
I abuse without butting an eje.- loe I" shouted (Jab* .
,the' "
telephoiip ho.'h'lIhlll' n few miniii 'I. ",ph.1111" the Irl'. A "I'm j
I. ,, -:. ...I"" him, or. If they I third nnd, elderly; man. hl'l\'Y. red, nil here he for the second wln.'foes. | ," said Pe Spain, hi't
was hull
did know. him refused.. to describe I I tll'I. and utmost toothless as hespoke. covl'rlnl ; url pointing menacingly nnd \\ull!

I By- I Ilrll: In nny hut vngue& terms.Otitsidc. I I nt to the right of the table, Inn IIII'lb, short &.:1tl'I,. his Instantly' toward him, "pull ,tl.n.. ,
I i tin' whisky
FRANK H SPEARMAN Hob Scott In the saddle .rocking chair and looked at Puke' fil' lu"Jlyhlt. as lulu or I.ul jour gun. quit Is." An
I bloat It. shrunk Inside his I I
; A..lhor cf "WHISPERJNO SMITH" : \v 'lted with n led horse. The two men thN wns the old lawyer and Justlc* Il'sl'rl.,1 moment Nan, In but nnd, ".it 1 ,i. ;
.( i rod straight nnd hard out on the : fl'.1. Sleepy, ( f, the Ih'rlt1 truth shabby clothes, pi* Spain wltli eachepithet pi'iiIVI in the alili- .".. hohiiKl 1 I ,,
I sinks. Trip 1 er-Judge Prm-I. Inn led at him took n dr..lltl..11 Spain. 1'iirdaloe Jerked tin
was o\'r'n..t. nndspeed d"wl itnlu
M :w--: o oo.'W"b' ,
I step toward U,.., .. iM'ibiicrtlkiDUiiuir'T was their only rp" Nan \111 m: to I.e"l'n.. Gale] hip Hue of fire and "llrl.,1 for thu door. PI" si l''
i I two" miles of riding, they reined up on j ja I nnd nggri-sslve. was doing most of thf, his brought his knees up Ihl'I I had hacked! up agnlii. "Stop. I'm' ,
:'TT 'that ain't the whole ridge imd Scott springing from I talking I iirnl "lf-r/.II'lly. ns hit head down till ho cllrll'l like Joe," ho culled. ";\Iy men are nut-.,!'..

J ,,cnse, ;Miss Nan. What he'll nsk m... saddle, listened for sound'! He tll.// luibit. Puke Ifoe"IH',1 thought Will fully, porcupine. I that door. Stand \\ 111'l' jou 'nu.

I :when hr's burin' I through/ me witli hiseyes I from the ground declaring he " / but seemingly with coldness. Pruellooked ) CII., game us he undoubtedly was, ol'I'I..t. still ,.lIf..I..Ij: his "'"II'

like the way vou're horln' me In-iir the strides of a running hoi.,.->.. Irllin | from Ciale:, to Puke, und! uppciiivd corllrf'I. felt 1'rhnf1 recollections ofCnlnhasns I right/ hand <'n\eiln-, 'il",

through with yours. I Is : When will you I ,\; the two ttii'-hed ahead. The i iI'linse occiisionnll.v"" to put In nnd 'IUllrll'rl wih''the sier" at "IN hip. "I !I .IM tlil- i.first. i.
'tee him-when will he I < brown eyes nnd thu burning face.What .
see you? I mis h"nll'h 0" ""r rode' j I c.irry)' the iirgunn-nt" along.I'e Nan. ure! you ready" V" In. 'i .
t "She looked winrlt for n IIIlnlt.i ,In-fore ,them easily eluded! pursuit. I' : Spain' suspi-i'ted nothing: of what they might mean In this. little wlhnlll looking nt 111'.

,. Then she looks mound grabs up the I t'ndi'lerreil by his failure to "\'r-I| I tln'>' wi-re talking about, hit he wmiiiiensy rO"I. which l>. Spain was crossing "y""."

". covei of nn etnpt.v;' 'bncco box nnd n'fork II1.Ithe, fugitive, PeSpnln rode, rap- I 011.11111 Nan. und was not step by step, was' fund for thought. Her uncle's fnce whitened. "1 ,

nnd begins/ n-urltlng Inside." Hull 1,11.hllde. to. town to. look for .>tber I In be balked by nny' "OI"lllItlon. ol Nor dil Pe Spnln I!ienk hK ol.-llnnie: j 1"11IhlM house tonight. Ult"' I I..

_.' with as' much of n smile as he could id-US. Nothing further was found to1' .- his pune nf finding her. To securoInforn " UIIII 'ihelr I.HIM of nue had menacingly."You'M .

coll! Into life from his broken nerves throw light on flumessngf or 10..... ) "It Can't Co On Forever." I 'n concerning her was not' blown." "You ve ami aged your marriage for. i d me tn t'nil"I I 'O i i"pon't

'r opened up. his hl.uiket drew carefully I I senci-r. No one hml been found I, II.II..lhf. unless \ should enter the he smd, at length. "Now Ill leave his. InniMloin. ' hi"

:from nn inside emit J'In'kf't10 oilskin where In tnwu from Morgan's 1111"1; CHAPTii HI. 10u"p. nnd tills, with ucuot hesitation It., "I (llll'l plotect I',1', III it"Pon't

package unwrnpp" d from It the flat uhiiever' hnd taken n chance. In dellvirlnif hI decided, to do.He "Sly cousin's reiuly to marry me, f'I\1 this li.iii-o- n-i,, ..'
"t ) square. top of a tin tobacco box. on '' the I and she's goln' to do It tonight," cried '" ,
message hnd escaped, unI I A Surprising Slip. "or. a snug-fitting with that man Ib' pi,m" I II"III
tot which Nan had, -ciarched a messageHJHI i I S'ott .M..U .m..,.n... .1. i....,.. .I..t..' .....n.,... .... ....ft..- *.,%..'. If.. Inl"tt"I..1, 1.1. nn,1 I.'.... Oale \lolently. "llh ". fl'''. .I I..." f". I
, nnuucu ii iriuinpunniiy \v VII I liven nfter the search had, beenabnridonod clinic In secret thi'llmil" arrangementsThe I It "1"1. us lit* st ppcd;;; ;: noiselessly;. ::i:: nrto Puke, towei'ng, : 1:1: rnr ', 'ooKe.l I out 11.\\( . ,

! Spain. the significance "f the incident ground about tin- quaking n"p the door. I.n.\lng his hand "1 the nt PC* Spain and 1".II"'d" to It.. lr.ll:. 'I Into the, ., 1. I, ,

'' f )lie rend her words eagerly : I remained to .be weighed. PeSpulu ICI'Ulld m-niv-i )Kl;1 ('11))>111111. nlTonlfil kl"h. he 1.111..0. then, Uniting tin door. "\11 hear tliul (let out of /
"Walt ; don't himtrouble.. I the best door unlocked he my house': he liiMuhlng, !
lonecaliiii-nl ,
{ can wns much up"" ''t. A conference I cln'c to theKlip. pushed It slowljopen. 111 I'
I J '. stand anything bcrter than bloodshed, with Scoft.( nhnse .fudgment; In any An<) to tills point .::cult WIIS di vicious epithet will'!!' ., word-.

II en ry. Ie patient." nffalr was marked by good, sense, and r"'I.,1 to bring wlnif mt'ii he cnubl before The wind rushed In, upset his col I "This Isn't your h"I"p." retorted Pe :

I I While IV :Spnln. standing close to wltlj 'Lrfcver: '!h": like a woman, duybn-iiU' tin- following morutng. (dilution and blew open the door lendIng Spain' angrily. ""This house Is Nan'- I

) the luntern. oI.lpllf'rl'll the brief, tioti', reached by Intuition (i cniicluslnn nt "It's n short norlcu to get many from tlie Iiall Into the I"111 room nut )'our \'h1 she orders, nn" on |

I Hull wrapping his. bliinkt-t. about him which Scott or Pe Spain iirrlved byprocess men "Jil'l''r-ot;; the Itlnd we want" A stream of light/ In turn shn through I Ill go. Hrlng her down," he thin. ,

( with the nlr of orii whose responsible of thought/ only re\enled I the admitted Li'fever.. "You'll have toskirmish the open doi>r, across the hall. ID .!.rf.i. rll"llI/ his. vnlce to shut i I j'

'i .' Ity Is Wi-ll ended lit-ld nut his. hands fnct that nil three. as Lefvvt-r confessed some bitwt-on' now urn! mid statitly Pe :Spain stepped, 11",1,1, ,* nnd Puke, \\ had redoubled his .ihn-'

.: '_ toward tin.* blazing stove. II.> Spuln, were; nonplused.Lefever night. What doou think jou can directly behind the front door-which "Hrlng her Into this r.III' he npeated. j'

1 went over the words outby one, and : "II'K filII' fit Iw" thlneN... ,1""ln.on,1 d01" Jie now realized lie dare not close ""',,'1 see \h'h"r hf' want

uw 1f'1I'r.lA'1I111 II n'l 1IlIln. It 111'118. whose eyes were: -never' ;dulled I;; l ;i Scott had alrendv made tip n tentntl and stood, expectant In the darkness. to get married. I she dm.. in mamher.

'1 p after nil their months of ardent meet by lute hours. "Hither tboy'M* sent 'e II'It. lie uiuned four-first Far- (Into' ;Morgan, with nn Itnpatleut exclnmiitlon If she doesn't. ndou. i lie'nputting

t ings the first written message he hud this to lure you Into the gap\ nnd 'get' roll K"lIn.tly.'ho' was In town' and Ntrnde from the fireplace tc this up force" her Into "iiarry

d ever hud from Nun. He flurued, angrily you, or else und that's u great big said nobody. should go If In- didn't ; close the front duor. hI 1. so help HIP ffod. you'll benrrled,

at the news thnt she "us prisoner '''I' pise1-she needs '''II. Henry, did l Frank Elpaso the Texan ; theKngllhnum. / As he walked, Into the hall nnd out of this room tonight, or I wil '

"f.1 fn IitT own huiiie. Hut there wag thnt message I nutiii the way It \\'11""rJl'I"ollll,1 Tommy :Mcggeson/ ; andlck- slummed the front door shut he could Il. whirled on her inn-It'. with an nreii"Ing

. much to weigh In her etched! words \\' like Nan Morgan?" wire, If he coulil I bo, 10'Uh..I--IIIlY one have touched nlth his hand the man finger. "You usi] to be n man.

,,/ much to think about concerning her Pe, !Spnln" could. hardly IIIJ Wl'r. "It of them Lefever knew, could give an standing In the ,.hlldo'behind It. Pe I ''ikI'. I've taken tr"l you here tonight

feelings not alone concerning his I'I'i. did. und I It didn't.! "" he snld finally. account of himself under nil clrcuniManccs. f':1111.' not hoping to l''f'IPI. stooO what I would tnke tr"l no man

i. \'. own. "Hut-" his companions' sow- during "lh folded arms, but under the elbow on earth hit for the unke nt Nun Morgan.

He dropped' Into tils chair and. obI the pnuse by which his lips expressed: 1 While !Scott' was getting his nion together of tils left arm wns hl"'n the ,: She u"kl'.lme never to tOI1 you.

livious for a moment of his compan the resolve' he had finally reached, lie Spnln' accompanied by Le- long muzzle of his Holding Hut If you've gone Into .. Ihllll to

1 ion's presence, stared Into the nre. that be wns not likely to be truned, fever was riding toward Music mountain. his brenlh he waited. Gale's mind trap your own flesh and bo.d.] your

. When he started from his revery Hull from It-"I am going: to net Just emIf Scott hail urged on them but wall npparently filled with other deud brother's girl, IIring under your

was u H lee p. Pe :Spnln' picked him up the word came from Nun and she onu purling ('lIlIlh'-lIut to leave the things. He did not suspect the pres i own protection you don't dl'rv"(

carried him In hl" blanket over to a does need In 1'." I aspens until ruin began/ fulling.\ Whenhe I'n1 of nn IlIlrlr..r. and he walked mercy and tonight you shall havewhat's

cot cut the wet rags off him IInol.'roUlIIIC Morp thnn one scheme for ,getting spoke there WOK ""tI t-Ioud In the buck Into the Ih'lll room partly closing ] coming to you. I've fought you

him In n second bIIlDkt't..wolk,11 'lulckly Into touch with Nan was proposed sky. "It'n going to ruin tonight just the /f'.n,1, door. Pe Spain following both fair, too fair. Now-before I

out Into the barn nnd orderedup nnd rejected. within the next the same," predicted, Scott. "Don'tleave almost on hln heels, stepped leaveIt's my girl or both of you."

n team nnd, lIjhl'lIlenn for Sleep; ten minutes. And when Lefever nfterconferring the trees till It gets going. Those past this door, past the hull stairs oppo.slte Fie was standing, near Drue!. Without

Cat. The ruin fell all night. with Scott, put up to DeSpnln cap scouts will got under cover and, It, nnd through a curtainedopening taking his eyes .r the fh..r man

a proposal that the three should be! hunting for a drink the minute It nt the l'nl of the hll Into he caught Pruel with his left hand by "Thi'.," He Cried Beside Himself With

CHAPTER XXII. ride Into the gap together and demand Kets ('old-I know them. You can ride the dining room Barely ten ,. from the COlt collar, and threw him halfway Fury, "Is Your Work."

Nun lit the hands of Puke Mor- right over their turn, If you'll be pntlent. him this room opened through nn 01'0"1 the room. "Get UP"IIII1. I

An Ominous Message. I gun De Spuln bud reached another ." you old cnrrlon und t"1 Nun Morgan room. "Nnn," 1'1111 her uncle's voice,

Few men hear suspense well ; p"Patience. I conclusion. L.The.. sun_ set across the range,: In n Henry- -de-Spain. Is to talk to her." hoarse .with feeling, "you'rl sayinggoouuy ,
':spllin I..ok hJ" tllrll ot II'pry hllrl., "I know inn iir gruyisn-nnicK IOWIJIIIK: iiruei, rngntenen to dl'nlh. scrambled, 10 me ioreer."No ."
you nre willing to tnkp I ,
." He repeated the word to mon* than your share. John of 1"011,1.hll'h seemed only to await Its Into the hall. He turned on De Spain. uncle she cried.' "I nm only (

himself n thousand times to deaden game: I play. In the first place,any It disappearance' to <-n\elop the mountains "I'm nn officer of theInw.. I arrest doing what I,himto d.. i

his suspense and, apprehension.' Huslness ,Isn't, right/ to take you and Hob Inn and empty tlnlr moisture" nn (hidesert. you for tn'flpl..1 ami assault," he "I tell 'OI I don't want, to drive jou'

affairs took Hindi of his lime, here. I am going mi Ily the time I>e Spain and Le shouted shukllj with fear. from this roof, giil." ,
my own personaliiffalr.
,but Nan's situation took most of his fever readied, the end of their I Ion "Arrest ., A t
And I know Nan wouldn't' enjoy I nl" Il'hn. ) Pe Spnln con rll.h of w Ind from nn door
thought. For the llrst time he Tide n misty ruin was driftlnc donnifrom opllIlnl
told tin* prospect of nn all-around fight temptuously. \1 scoundrel, If you was the only answer dark ,
John I.efever the sfury of Nan's findIng west. Th> two hud don't climb .. .
IIH ini-n lustridden
in her account. Fighting Is n hmrorlo t. stairs, Il send you dining room. The two Morgansitnrt.. d I
him 011111",1; ,' mountain of her that girl. I've got her feelings/ (Into the "f"klllI/ I'M \\h1 I to the penitentiary the ilay I get back forward l"I..I'r. Tinsudden gn.tslicked
,11 Id In his escape, and thu limn coming I out nf the almost to town.
sequel! of think about gup L'pstalrs with flame of
us well as my own. I'vebctded your message Ihl the !l\lng-roon
their trlp"d hll'. I.efever gave It to rode Into them. The Intruders had "It Isn't Into the I
what to do, John. I'm going necessary. 1,111 low voice lump up chimney nnd nfter
Hob Scott In Jeffries'! office? in ." ... halted and were siilllelontly hl.I'1' to In the hall, and with the words Nan I brief .harp, struggle extinguished it..

"What did I tell you, John" demanded "You're; going In nlone !" escape notice, had tint Lofovor's; horsiIndNcreelly appeared In the open ,doorway. Her I I In the confusion I It was u moment be"

Hub mildly."No "Tonight. Now, I'll tell what couched./ The man from face wns white, but there was no "lgn I fore n IIll'h could, be found. When r
mntter what you told, you the gnp reined up and col1 out. Lefever I! of haste or panic In It ; Pe I the wns
me, re'torted I'd like Jou to do If jou want to : ride, Spain I' lamp rll/hll.l./ the ;Morgan-/ ,
answered."It's I ,
I.ofever "The question I Is : 'I IIlIh me nnd wait till morning, outldi "" choked back n breath ; him she had run Into the dining room, The wind
,Whnt's IIP to do to get, Nan away from. > L'l: Cnpltan If you ,don't hear Hull I'ace, tprnr.,1, Pe Spnlnnfter never looked III her silence so awe- and rain "pnurcd In through the "open
,there without shooting the e\i linnce/ of n few word* north door. Hut
up the Morgans from 11."irllJ.I the room .
me by ten o'clock ride back 1 empty
r. ?" to ('IIII.11 to Hull nt the same time ti" I .. addressed'. his Puke turned.
C'alaliasas and notify Jeffries to look I..r. hldll. on his nephew with n
Pe Spain hnd' that I'OII'r to the shelter' of the trees. hand out with "
I gone morning to for u new mil linger." pit' "Nan, he, choking curs >. "This. he cried, beside
; Medicine" P.end. He back ""'hiI'" lining on In there. Hull'" said, his. \olce, "these hirnsilf
got late and.nfter 0111..1111 men with fury. "Is "
"On the .nil'rll r)'. If we ,don't hour : jour work !
; I asked IV Spain after Hull were I
n supper at Ih.101lnlllln; house. fr"lII'fllI; by ten hll told' getting ready to marry jou 1 totiale
r went directly. to his room. The telephone will Maze our o'clock.In and, Henry, we him I hut Calo had driven him out. amihe ;Morgan., No "lt.'r h.w you ff..1 CHAPTER XXIV
way drag nut
hell / bending for toward me, know
, wns ringing when he un "" \\1. C'lllIhll II" you me well enough
\oiir body. I.efexer
locked and put up his hand tell." retorted. I'nge. to know that nil I
I Ihr."I"" '" his door."Is to cut off "Y..I "Look" want Is the truth : Flight.Pe .
I this iinv rejoinder. "Pmi't discuss to me like old Puke's Was this with "
Henry de !Spain cnme n If'llnl ready jour consent ? !"Spnln
r voice, slowly pronouncing the wordOVf'r o'clock It. What happens, after ten to ,I... (iiile says ,he'si /lnll.\\ to draw ,I| She stepped into the line of lire be- hurriedly, 1'1'1111, UI'M arm. spokp
they hastened
tomorrow IIl11rll 1 111:. If we don'thear bis will .... out-lde
the tonlcht. and tween her ,
wire."Yes. .11.1 want nobody i cousin and I Pe> Spain as .[?. toward, the
from before ". "We
you thnt. can't klt"' niu.t getaway
old answered : "No.
Irolll.I-Cllt Inthere. You know I ""
| shall
be of Interest to jou ur make .. Judge Ilrlil "I'll. Act the I fl"I'k. he said as she buttoned.
) have n message for you from Music iny difference.' I lie aa Second Witness. j janh never marry any man but, ''II. This her ('('II!. And. how
paused' but Po knowing she
mountain." Pe Spain pricked,) up his ears"What's i turned 'n little
I vie "lIly"-"he to look fered. In what she FUt'I
Spain saw that he into the wns he
I was not done.V room and where'he ,1"111.
(in I'nicl. 1\111 at her
\ nhend. that. ? he cousin
I angry -"lias
\ ben he resumed/ he spoke, In a tone ,1..mlll"I. -tiind he hear all that \11..1 j 1111"IH'1 her into the -heller of .. porch and
"The his declaratlnn. 1111 I'ncle I hike who I, .
message' Is I like this 'Take "-
ft ._. .... .. ..... : me"Whom .. ,rlltYert>nr from Itnit whlifi Tit. -Snnln;. ..--- 1111. .....r"I"'III',1..... . .....M.. ._... _. 1..1 B.llll"Who's. I .. ..._ .. ... .,. -I.v..r. - before tried caught her close to him. I'll Ink,. v.nMralght <
".' ''''''0' .. "0"" II"011 ..nn. .. .. 1 11111111' IIf tn. ""' ..rY IU-II" / to Mrs. ... I
usually associated with him. I there ? demandtd. Pukugrufll JOIIIIIII When
"Henry, : him you
Is that 1II'.n 1fr..m?" Sleepy; Jurist's expense, and f"II",1 In this thing. They never could lire ., '
you've pulled n good roughgumcM >'. ready, )11'11 marry me ; we'll nmke
"I CII lI't rail any mimes., many by declaring thnt no will beilrawn have dragged/ me Into iillve.I
Flwll.1 And '
In this. (' 'lIl1tl' '. No Mild < ule, our peace with j-our (
) man/ knows "X"ludy. > on, 111 together.
"WI.nII''' jou? better than I that In the 111'l that nlcht by PukeMiii'can Pruel. 11)'e kept I. Inked up for three Urent" Ood Ilk"
"I can't tell you thnt. floodhy." you never pulled ; or anbody else, 111...' heand days In a room ., hoping This 'hlt. U nll'ht !
one for the looks talked uI''tlr. way dearie.
... "IIuld f,". If )" ,"'rf' treating me of the thing or tomiiko Hull were made legatees.Iteyond Irll..1 ,"Ceywl through his break, me down.. .
fair-nnd, I believe people tnlk-or that j-ou ever this nothing could be nose : "I wns only; looIIIn say It "Stand biuk Nan." "No to the stable, Henry t Where's
mean to-
took n rhance you didn't feel had \011,1 be good Iden two witnesses. rour horse?"
you from Hull, who I ll\ If P
come o\t-r to iny r..flnI! minute." 1'-lIrll,1 was persuad < I'III'M words of warnlm'
to take. Hut .
If .
Isn't the
humanly pus.slble "l'III'r pine, und ,
"No. without diirtculty by I..f\'r toabandon struck her with terror of n situation yours too. I
jou can keep) this for nil "Nita, suggested rjale.PuUe t..ln,1 the but I
"Let up the Idea of she could puny couldn't findVoiir
( me come to wlu-re you nre?" rlln. to 'ulaba- I not control, sli did not.
time I It can't rej "
go on forever. The throncli the \IIM I.r..tlll" "You couldn't veal "uI.1I1'. Nan.
"No. HIIS / ril and to spend j It. "No. she said' ,
pitcher goes to the well' I. keep the girl In the If she I r'oflt.y. "If "I know
"I.'t once 1..11IIft..n. the nluht with him In r..1 had hi, where It's hidden.,
me wait for ) ''anywhere?" the i re Is to be "I.t. be llr-t. Let'sTet !
Henry ; there Illd.r- Nltn to her. And I I 111I" Ill the hoorM.... "
"Xo"f comes n time hood, wherever fancy, the 1..11 want I UI'fl"r..I..I. I like, you have ( .

"110 jou think thnt message means when It doesn't. come luiik."lndirstand the wind-which was rising-should nll, lu.. h.t\\1 you and me, me tr"1' 'Hale :I.rllIl 11\1); n.w1" protected '| in ".fu-t a 11 II II t,.. I stiuk my rifle un-

v\hnt It snjs?" -I'm not sajlng this to dictate.While I fair and siiinre. that XIIII'aroln' tolle Itl"l.. with him You ilrive me tnni. Jer this porih." He stooped and felt
I know ,IfI' attempt to dissuade jou from the the two right here with me nfter this marriage this roof bi aelow th*
It ''. were 1111.111. Pe > nuse I .I.n't know how I stringer. Illsin In n moiieiit -
f "Po worst Jnh you ever started In on. I Spain tried I to till 1'1 xntlsnVd I she's willing with the ;
know "
you what It means for me : .III away unobservedby can proteit mj-elf under \11"1 on Ids in in. the
know jour mind, I Is 'iniule Youwon't I.efeter. to go in .MIIIotherwise, It can't takeplace I I,
undertake up. on :wo
to ? "I'rllli. lie fllll.,1 Uul. looked Sl'HIl) tit her. "You hurrll.1 UI'ouut tlie end of the
listen now
to me ''won't ur never.Pe
; ) listen he
"I hlv"I pretty stiff hit.". as l' I..I..1 to. and ufu-r some. fumlllnr promised fo house .
Scott 1111,1 I marry me. he 10\nr,1 the pln
; m too good tree.
"Ilid uu dot Spnln opened, his IIlltt..r1 They hl.1 !
you get It direct from the nhuse, rode off nlone. fortifiedby ears null'f..1 truculeuity.: "I'll nnd almost ,
i, porlS1".1 mut 111""I to know w herp I get off or not to every suggestion at thehands the. hard, cold tllll' of his crustv I you keep n way to mnk. unlike r"1I110. this when I murmur '.
l.n".I! ) word. sounds of
f'n'llIIt I'm told. Hut this Is what relative, nnd "II' tin* storm made
can't talk nil night. Tnke It or of a man to \\ h"l the slightestprecaution unswi-red with like |I A loud knocking Pe Spulri halt
'. lenve It Just where It I..." I've been thinking of n long, longtime ( was usually n Joke.Pf : ""'hllt do you kl'J burpIng and. Interrupted h'm' " U It?hil 1'11111101. I
\. ; nnd that Is what I feel I ought oq that for? You've wlholtllln' to be Id'nl.I. Ih. He '
Pi* reached Puke's ranch ( my wur.l.Al 1lre"
Spain heard him close. Ilef'l0.1 Spain tinchiillenK i r.III. 1"1"1.,1 Intently.I
Without ,
I cowboy opened the
to .
say now. of Is to front speaking,
I. you keep
Night 'll.t yours
his own Instrument and ""l' I <. had tllll'l everywhere I i iunderstand door and stalked tookNan nnd reirented, .
In from to
TIP the the
two men were sitting In Ill'8pllln' ? 1o.Ily (cor
signaling (''-"1 rll I. "This is 111.1 the Increasing rnln obscured | hull. ner of "There I
101. Henry de Spain talking" he saidbriskly. room. Pe Spain; was. ..I II rl 1\1 the outline of the house. "Come, come Interposed Pruel. | If the In thnt pine."" he Is
,ithrough the broiuloutli window Hut n light shone , "There's no of hard words. Hut situation In the r..1 surprised whispered "waiting
through for
"You .
Just called III. I'en tl' uncurtained 11.e him, lie ... me to come nfrer the
dollars for If 'the white-cupped peaks of the IIII'I I window. He waited some time we need two witnesses. Who's going gave' no ".I".f uf it. And m horses. Snuso -
you. ol'ruor you can as he nmy have found
locate that cull, quit-k '" range, 11.11" silent for n time. for n sound of life, for a door to open I to be the other witness?" daloe .lll'" in Nan disappeared. I'ur- It out nnywnjbefore them. Il try
believe you're right John," he said or close, could DP was drenched with ruin and' tnk- I tuke a p.
There WIIM n niomi'nf of delay nt the or for the ,1"1 to bark-hf B.-fur. anyone answer Ing off his Stand biKk here. "
hat Nun.
''after n \\ hll. ") know you are. In heard Spain; stepped out Into the I as he crossed the room
.t central office, then tlie nnswer : "Itcnme I IInlhlnl. Slipping out of the open Bf'h- to the fire, he He put her
from L'3I Tention's saloon." this! cusp I ntn tied up more than I've wet "n.fl. ted hi horse In the | way before the three men. "I'll act I shook It lutrd' Into the house, threw behind the corner of the

"fllve me your name. I ever I been tied before ; but I've !got to """ under the nhelter. of the loni n.. Ih., .... "-.1.. .. ..,... h. ..I.,'. I blazing wood."What ...".. .nreu. us his ril. to hi. "hould.-r
III"rll.r'l With ,.. I .do you want, marly) as he could |10 the
I n
Hood. Now give me '', and pine tree and. . .I.lrlnhim.. walked .III\1 roar the Morgansbounded l'ortlloe' darkness
-- ;
see It through a" best I and take snapped Puke.I'nrdnloe towurd and' I JUst
can to their Pe nh.the
neck off the hell." slowly town'd the house. 1 feet. Spain, Pltie. Without
I.efever what comes without whining. Mj I Mindful the | standing slightly ." Ip. bis cout shook his hat nn in"tnnt'" hesitation
nnswend th.., call on No. I I ot admonitions he had 11. once more n pistol shot
:S2.: The talk was iiilck| and, slvirp. mind Is made up. and. strange us It been loaded with, he trumped around lapels flapped' wide open, his arms nnd turned n few steps so that he stood tion In whdh" answered from the direc

;Messengers were Instantly pn.'sed may wound to )'''11. I feel that I nm the house In narrowing I rlnlen. pans nklmho nnd his hnnds on his hips, 111..t\\.n the uncurtained. window and another he had tired, and la

Into aervlce" from the dispatcher's of coming biuk., Not but what I know j Ing nt times to look la nnd listen. In faced the three In nn attitude of readiness "The i.reek's.up. ,. he snld b.wiMl. moment u small fusillade fol-

0...,. Telephone wire* hummed nndevery it's due me., John. Not but what I Iex like IUlln'r he lr'I'.1 the burn nnd only. HP had I reckoned on the i to Puke" In his .p-.ullurly slow .teady nl e Spain' -Hy, "we the-Almighty," I

r'" mnn n.iiiliibl, on the ipecl.ilagent's pelt to ,get it sometime. And may i stables, until he had made sure then Instant of Indvclnlon which at tm..l.wh..1 tOil" "III..t Surfs boys ure tr>'lng Nan. Stay nll..t have horMl.

.. force. wns brMiinht.. Into action. be I'm wrong nllhut' : t don't fee! wan no nuihush and that he was ulonr coupled with apprehension paralyzes to It the cuttle out of tho lower cor those .. 'rllht, here. Il try driving
Livery stables wen' eired.. the public as It's coming, till I've given all tinprotection olll"lr. After I time he stepped I the will of two men acting together. ril. He fingered his hit looked first off their perch."

resorts were put' under observation. to Ihut"girl that a ruuu can around to the front of the house Under the circumstances either at Puke then nt HiI.! then at P"
to ,
jH>rsemenlnJJered! up and dm.u_the give woman where, screened by n bit of shrubbery of tlie Slorjrnns, nlone would have 'I Spain. "Uuesu they'll of a little -

.hl.l' a JKU3 *>o JS n ii In at *Urlt., help, a 1 ..ked =1"0Q to come Coti'lawd N.xt Wol> .

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ', jail. Sheriff Morris looked out of the i Sampson City, )Dec. ,", -Henry Ward ,

Inns .l..x,+nunwfnv.nrnatm&.u.r, onm. r.- 1 window and saw the crowd and suspecting and :Misses Jessie and Seiible Brown'

I what was up had the leader of i spent Tuesday evening ht'(..
Live State News the mob covered! when he unlockedthe T. V. Williams} > of Jacksonville. I

j I front door. The sheriff told the : spent the week-end heir with filial" \.- RIGLEY

L.-- ...U.a..eaf.,..a..aan.naa.t.a.l.Wl..1U._.... men that he kll"w1ut\ they were after and relatnes.Mr. .
J Jt and that he would not deliver up : and :\11.... ('. Yuunghlund awl
Told by Our Exchanges.Lieut. .
i ;: t the prisoner. I He then locked the door :Mr. and :Mrs. H. I K.: Moorer' of The
I and returned to his room. The mob Tessa, tended ihurch here Stimliis. 1
----- -- Continued to hang around' and<1 the The! convention: was held here and

t William A. Bailey I is the now measured twenty-six inches in length I sheriff commnnded them to disperse. had a large! attendance.

commandant at Camp .lohn' .ton, near The fish wa-, sent to St. Petersburg He fired his gun>> several times to call I Mrs. U. Burrows and son, Willie c a package(

Jacksonville. lie succeeds Col. (!eo.H. where it will be stuffed and mounted for help nod finally persuaded the! Clyde, of Starke, spent! the week-end 5
1 :Mi-Muster: whose request for retirement anti, will be hung m the beard's room. '1 mob to leave, appealing them that I here with her sister :Mrs.V.\ H.
bus been granted by the war I 1! :'Ill's.Ioni.:\ .. had just recently underwent I Sloan.I before the warc J

department.That Attaway :McKinnon. member of a a serious operation and that if :Mrs. H. :M.\ :McCirudor.\ :Mrs\ J. :Mul-\

prominent family Marianna:\ was i they remained longer it would! seriously 1 HlMiss I, Beryl I Mullady and Vernon
Sheriff Van Pelt and County found dead Friday morning on the jeopardize her hen ItIi. The mob Jones' .of Hampton. , attended church
Solicitor Thompson have! both been I right of way of the Louisville and finally d'pul.tThl\ crime for which' here Sunday.Miss my

removed from office by Guv. Sidney J. 'Sa"hville'aill'olltl.: a few hundred 1 the negro is in jail is an attempted! : Allie Slonn was u visitor to a Package

CiittM was the substance of a report yards west of the depot, bearing signs 'assault/ on a school I girl, the daughterof Gainesville Tuesday.: 5 !

reaching IVnsHeoln Saturday horn that he had been killed by the eastbound one of Lake lIel, n's prominent citizens :Messrs.. Frank Reynolds. and Wil- during the war5c

Till lautasee.} I midnight train. He hail purchased I.-u-d Smith of Graham, spent Sunday
I a ticket for Jacksonville for la> j
A few days ago the state auditor train a half hour earlier, and when Curious minded ones who speculated : ''. ))own'n, C. \\'. II. :M., gave avery

visited :Marianna and checking up on found had the ticket and ( so much as to the real reason of interesting talk here on foreign

Shi-riff Lewis found that $11,000 had money on his person. 'onsicll'rabll'I I Governor. Calls'! uwxpe'h'd'i"it to missions., Package j
/ been collected by the busy sheriff during Pcnsacolu might have found at least/ :Miss> Kllie Kdmoiulson: was visitor i '

the past ten months in fines and Labor troubles which have been I a substitute for a better reason hail to Graham; :Sunday.Messrs. ; *
w convict hire.h."nlaw I they been the I : Isaac Ends: and Kd Thompson
brewing for some. month in St. IVUrsburg passengers on sametrain NOW
of Gainesville: W"I'e'i"it", here
that carried the back
may finally come to a head governor .
lIuKKins, held on the chargeof as a result of the organization of n to Tallahassee. The east bound train/ Sunday afternoon.Messrs. , '.
killing Capt. G. W. :Minima of the union of unskilled! workmen who havesecured hail scarcely/ gotten out of the city : \ llogiin und Kirby( Smith

I'enuud convict camp, where ]11 unpins n charter from the/ American I limits when the governor emergedfront made n business trip to' the county

11. was employed as a guard, was sentenced Federation! of Labor. The new union the Pullman with a big batch of seat :Monday.
by Judge Whitehurst to serve has, declared in favor of $ I a day for I large, circulars. on his arm. His face Hogan Smith was a visitor, ; over to THE FLAVOR LASTS

ten years in the state prison. all laborers and if the other unionsdecide wore a regular old fashioned campaign Hampton Tuesday.
to recognize/ and support the I smile or was it the! smile of the old The ninny friends of little Annie
The State Coileire of Agriculture demands by the negroes who almost time Baptist evangelist as I he exhorted KdmoniNon: are sorry to hear of her SO DOES THE PRICE .
be lug on the sick list this week.Snmp.son .
ha- just issued department Bulletin entirely compose the new union thereis his i audience to repent and get
No. 21 entitled "Florida Pasture and likely to be trouble. right ? At any rate/ the smile was II school has purchased threelarge
Feed for 101) lIen'." A copy of this there, whatever its origin or characterand lamps- for the school, it being 511hl7

:: bulletin can be obtained. free" by writing Hubert Fillingim, son .of R..v.11':\ the governor slowly passed thru the S. -S. -i L. S.-girls.- "

to the extension division of the! Fillingim, of Pensacola was arrested' the car handing out 'the circulars! and LAV. HILLClay -

state! college! Gainesville. Saturday and placed in the county jail introducing himself to every occupant
of criminal of n ""lIt.'h'lh1' it be man woman ,
on a charge assault preferred
Frank Osborne, who lived I between by the mother of a white girl! or child, a Calls or a non-Calts fol Hill, 'Ito,'. ;"i;,-Quito u numberof ;
Badges, and (hm. in DeSoto county, who was seen by n physician soon after lower. the Clay Hill folks alti'iidod, the fair
war accidentallykilled Thursday the commission of the serious of at Jacksonville; ,during the past week. vi \
evening when his gun was discharged, fens The young/ man is locked up II AMI-TON: ( Among them were :Mr.\ and ;Mrs. L. W.
the. load entering his right side un- and) will not be given bond. The white Wilkinson and ,children. Lou :Moseley\ ,

der his shoulder. He was from !Michigan girl, only eleven years of age was/ an Hampton, I>ec. 5.-:Mrs.\ Andrewsand Hen and .l'thul''ilkll1..oll.. II. 11.i i i/1i/
and owned a grove. inmate of the hotel which the fatherof children, of Leesburg were tho Hudson, :Mrs. Ilettii I St t l'iddal"I1:\ i"..

the young: man conducts. If !guests of :Mrs.\ Andrews' father, T. :M.\ Junie Supp and :Mrs.\ Nancy PIII'I'Y.11 \' i(:
Luther Wilson of Pasco county, was 1 lagan, Friday und Saturday.. report a fine time
found guilty. of second degree murderat I K.: H. Carter. i is mi the sick list at e "
:Mrs of 1).
Starting Saturday, train No. 85: 1 Cobough, Washington Wu
writing. v
Tavares in the circuit court. Wilson from Jacksonville southward, operatesin C., spent[ a few days in town lastweek. ,I
was brought over from Pasco S. ,I. Starling! was transacling. business ,
sections. The first section
two consists
county where he was recently found I in I.n\\h'y Saturduv.Mrs. 4tl ,J I
of mail, baggage and coaches. T. G. Futch and wife, of Leesburg.were : 4 a
of assault white Nancy Perry returned home
on a young
The second section is composed of the guests of11'; Flitch's pal"'l1b11' ,
there. I Friday evening, after spending a while
dining car and all of the Pullmans j I :\ and :Mrs. W. S. Futch last week.M. wilh relatives in Jacksonville. !
on this train. Si rapidly has the volume : L. Watlerson and A. A. :McDonald \ -
We.t Palm Bench probably hasmare K.: II. Carter and son, George. mado,
of travel increased, that it was j were visitors to Slarke! Wed,
fish being shipped than from a business trip to Jacksonville: Tuesday. -
deemed expedient to divide 83; into two : nesday.(
any other city on the East Coast. .
Thi- 0 I-- caused by the fact that two sections. This arrangement practically :Master Leslie Futch of Lake Butler I Mr. and :\\\r.\ ... C. S. Austin and family
adds another train to the East I visited relatives and friends in ,
pa< king' houses there are running to of Jurksonville, spent! a fl'lIla ':,
take rare, of the fish from Lake Okee- Const service and will add to the ac- I Hampton Saturday and Sunday. 1 in this NCI t ion with the lutter's par 1ST '

chohei'} in addition to the firms handling commodations.' :Mrs. Buse and grandson, Eugene; cuts, Mr. and Mrs:\ S. .J. Stud iimg.

ocean fish exclusively.Thousands Henry, attended. the fair at Jacksonville Ellis: Starling spent| i Sunday the
\\'. P. Bevin, state supervisor of last. week! and report n very guest .of his grandparent-. ,,----, ..

of pounds of the finest convicts, has made his report of the pleasant time. Horace Starling Kpent' Slit unlay and 1i i iI

paper shell pecans are being marketed, condition of the industrial school for "'m. Kulch and son, who have been Sunday with (friends, nt :Maxillc.Mr. I
from. the Itugdad section. The good boys at :Marianna: I find the schoolin spending several months in New York I| : and. :dims I Duve) Tanner" nnd f 'J

price which are being obtained for splendid" condition, at this time the! I and Philadelphia, have returned to j children of :Maxville, spent Wednesday .t
these nuts and the very active demand attendance is -135: 115: white boys and their home. | with the former's "i"tpl'11':\ -. W. .th h
!MO negro boys. The boys won nearly I I
have served to encourage owners of Jacksonville A .Starling. ,
Elijah ,
I is a j
their efforts all of the prizes at the county fair : '
of trees to redouble visitor at the home of A M. Williams l Miss Irene Wilkinson spent Saturday ,
at production.A in Marianna and their drilling and I this, week. night ail. Sunday: guest of :Miss i '
personal appearance( was, splendidand I Carrie Starling.
clash between U. Marshal: Per- many compliments were paid O. Haynes and) family and :Mr.\ Phil-I I Among those who attended the

kins and Atotrney H. J. :Mackey occurred them on their behavior.An il) \Pearce and family wish to thank cnne' grinding litV.. A. Starling's on "I

in the United States courtroom the Hampton people for their kindness I Saturday night wore :Mr. and :Mrs. L.W. THE UNIVERSAL CAR d; 'J
during their time of sickness.They .
at: Pensacola Tuesday when explosion at the Standard Oil Wilkinson and I'hilclren11': -. Nancy -
Marshal Perkins grasped Attorney pumping station at Ki"siml11l'e.d- are also grateful to the never- Perry and, :Misses. Jennie Prescott, ON GENUINE FORD PARTS ,\
Mackey in the collar and shook him upa nesday afternoon resulted in a spectacular tiring Doctors :Middleton and Hunter Carrie Starling and. Lon :Moseley. INSIST y '

bit. Court was not in session at the fire which destroyed valuable! who used every means! possible to lessen Richard Lang inudo u business tripto Imilntmn "Ford"piutt arc bring mM, by mud.nrder, hnuw. down '.; ,
in and George the suffering: their precious one.! many
time and Judge Shepard was not property severely injured I Jacksonville! Saturday. )
the court room. Alman, the man in charge.! The pump Death of Little Frances Pearl Pearce Hurney Lung, of Jacksonville, town ttorei and gang to unsuipf-ftiiitf |Ford own<*ri al "Ford"part' Hut \ ",

had been running for several hours.unloadinj.t I The many friends of Frances Pearce Saturday night and Sunday with spent her they are not Genuine Ford "put mil
Frrnsfpd, at an insult alleged: to< have an oil tank car, and it is were made sad last Thursday Nov. parents!, :Mr. and Mrs. David) Lang. are made by concerns who have no connection wlialtorvrr wilh, the Ford ,:
been made upon a white lady of Columbia supposed a valve which fed! the enj.tin..1 l 27th, when God in His infinite wisdom Among the visitors. to L. W. Wilkinson's Motor Company. These imitation' pert' art not even mad from the same "' '
of" became loose and flooded the place saw fit to call from earth to His Jrllh" formula used) the Fold ; ,
county Saturday, a party I Sunday 1''Ndnlt'1'1'1' :Mrs. grade ol 'vet I, or U < lame by Company.
men lynched a negro/ named Sam with gasoline. In an instant everything I Heavenly Kingsdom. Little Frances I Bailey i 1 Lung and children Misses.Jan-: They are counterfeit' parti.' Tens have shown them to break when the .

Moseley about ten miles! south of Luke : was ablaze. was born at Winter Haven Feb. IX, I jp i :Sapp:: and Carrie Starling, :Mrs. genuine Ford part' d..In'I..v n bend i. and. they generally/ are 'from thirty-five.
1018.! She had been little I I"ul1''r
City. Nothing: was known of the I a patient
Nancy Perry, Messrs. II. II. Hudson, la one hundred c..nll..wl'f. in quality.
1)'nchinluntil: passers by on their Pupils of the Central Grammar for six weeks before! her ]I'ii-hard: ; Lang; Arthur len! and Leo .
i The Authomeil Ford Dealer i a your "protection;" A* such. we handle j School of :Miami struck forshorter death from Colitus.She .
to Lake City noticed the body recently
way .
I Wilkinson and \Lon !Moseley.W. .
nothing but (lie Genuine. Ford part' They are rnmle, from ,the turnout FordVanaJium t
hanging: a tree by the road.\ hours and organized along the leaves to mourn her loss II A. Starling IIn".n., Curtis.were I 1
lines of labor unions, by drafting u j Voted father and mother and two 011'-1 visitors to Highland Sunday' ;; Steel andeai h trt'--accordintf| to ill e-.nheal-trealed, HI the 't

"Escambia county wins first prize"was charter, electing officers and walkingdelegate | tle >'snni., .. :May und. Mary, besides 1 ternoon. 11-1 way thai will, tfive' il I the longest wearing qualities, Llvrrv: tat' o the lame

the terse message reaching Pen chosen to make the roundsof 1host of other relatives and ----- . --- -- a* ,duplicati-ln your Fo.d car n. Ford trust< ,1,1Our I

sacola from I.. W. 'Hardy president the school rooms. and obtain "iA'nu-1 friends. blue, and' besides. giving' tin 'lay,,: .nf stock 01( [pars n complete And I our Ford (K'ir.igc( I _

of the fair association, who was sure tjres of the pupils. Professor. She was christened in the Methodist the current month in bold, !l'._' !hi.'f'! : | "i- and'or| when he packed the! exhibit at :Molino rod in hand bore down on walking I church by Rev. T. L. 7.. Harr Aug. 23: give the ail" 'ndcr, of the |I"i I.Imtr' and 1
two weeks ago t.hat he was carrying delegates and confiscated their charter I 1 I when rrpLicrrn'-nt* or 1'I'1|>.nri /l''>r vmr I I'orJ i ir m.iy he ne I
19IH.! We extend to the bereaved. succeed' ng nn nth in 'small v! t tjjn in" I'I'l
with him the exhibit that would take (Outwardly discipline has been 1 Save and also.
father and mother and children" our the innrif"i. It i"I "rub mil "i-i.ieti, esiary. yom tar inmiev
the blue ribbon. restored. i sympathy und prayer. 1| cal piece of work.cuosip: I II I !

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of white A. r:. :Merrill, of Jacksonville n 1 Ford GarageStarke :
A handsome specimen! a :
'I 1111"II'TII'S I : ('OII'IUIIUI1: : : : ;; \i.Mvi 1:
Cecil Jackson of wealthy capitalist und formerly one I
quail was secured! by
I COR( I'CiOI !':! ) I !
West! Palm Bench. While the bird ii of the owners of Merrill-Stevens; (','".h\' f ke N'uv _'s 1'iavi'i, Flurid.1

not snow white, its ,plumage. i is so shipyard has acquired the body of I The \publishers of The Youth's ('0111I meeting at :Vir..1. /I. I I'mleihill.. :Sunday : j
near white!, merging into a handsome land near the old plantation in the I , I
I iiimion will, us always at this season, i IJllhtVI" well all I 1.1'd l I
brown of various, shades! that it is hammock formerly owned by Ur.l .r. ,
present' to every subscriber whosesubscription ''I-. DUISJ' \\.1.11.I :an. I i hddr'aASPIRIN ,,
considered and those W. Turner of Cedar "Key, in Levy I
a great curiosity
I$2 i !,.;(0))) is paid for \\\Yin\ : ---
who have seen it declare that it ii the (county and a large number of handsare
calendar for the
first of the kind they have viewed. at work getting the soil in shapefor a tablets. are! printed! in new red year.and, dark Th" I- FOR COLDS iI i
Mr. Jackson refused to consider an the proper planting of what will I .
offer of fifty dollars for it, and is having be the largest single crop of cane ever '
it mounted. ,planted. by one! individual 1 ilthat p e I Name "Bayer" is on Genuine

county. Not only has! :Mr. :Merrill purchased You ()o More Work Aspirin-say Bayer !
Secretary Glass; hat advised Senator the Turner property but in addition NOTICEThe :
are more ambitious and you get more
I Fletcher that the treasury department( has secured a lease on the property enjoyment out of everything when your I
.' would I not approve the report of the of Geo.; L. :Meeks, thus giving blood is in good condition. Impurities in a I
special b< ard named by Surgeon Gen- Mm over five hundred acres. I the blood have a very depressing effect on I
eral Blue of the public health service, I I the system causing weakness, laziness! r
I', recommending the location of a national Key West merchants are up>> againsta ; nervousness and sickness. Lake Butler '
home for lepers! on an island formidable boycott or something of (IROVC'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
, just off the coast of Cedar Key. He that nature. Who is doing it, what it I restores Energy: and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood. When fuel!
I also advised him that the proposed i is and where it came from is a mystery you
1 Its strengthening/ invigorating/ effect, see Cold i iI
home would not be located within the not>> yet solved. So far a. is actually how it brings color to the cheeks and howit Storage

state. known no organization hits declared Improves the appetite you will the:. I
on Tablet
a boycott. It just seems to have appreciate Its true tonic value. "flayer of Aipirin"In /
a "Bayer packago,
Randolph Eppes large plantation in come on automatically. The mer- GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC: direction for Colds, containing Pain IleaiUche proper, is now open
Jefferson county of more than 8,00f,, ) chants are convinced that there i is i i. not a patent medicine. It I U niinpi.: I l Neuralgia/ Lumbago and Kbeunatiiim. I '
acres was sold recently to W. T. Cal- something of the kind in force for IRON and QUININE; suspended in Syrup Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin I !
houn of Americus, Ga. It i i. underStand the daily !sales! have fallen off immensely. So pleasant even children like it. TI''I prescribed by pbyncians for nineteen Send Your Meat Inwho
$100,000 Another evidence is thelarge blond needs Quinine to Purify and yean. Uandy tin boxes of 12 tablet ,
that the
price paid was
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties east few cenU. 4lepirin 'W trade markof I
and includes only the land. The purchaser -,, amount of money that is leaving never fail to drive out Impurities in Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoetio-
expects to work t.--: I'ion Key West daily for the mail order the blood aeideder of Halicylicacid.

on a large scale nr I ,,.... .inase.1 l houses. During the past! four business The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S - -J..I
ei?..<* Fe rds"" ,, far use in thisv days, the records at the Key TASTELESS; Chill TONIC has made }ir Habitual Constipation Cured

I i' ...derstood that stock West postoflfice show that exactly $11," the favorite tonic In thousand cf hume In 14 to 21 Days have been visiting at M. J, :Mc- H. J. Starling returned home last

i .1 be pursued.A 007.01!) has! been sent through money More would ride than a long thirty-five distance year to get 04-GKUViS'S,t ms "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially Itacs, returned to their home at Fruit-" Saturday after a pleasant visit at

orders alone not including what may TASTELESS Chill TONIC when, a prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual land Monday. :Moniac' Ga.

mullet of unusual size and beauty have been sent by check and express member of their family had Malaria or Constipation. It relieves promptly but R. L. Dean is very lick at this writ- Our Sunday !school U progressing!
wa presented to the board of trade orders. needed a body-building strength-giving should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto i
II. J. Davis of tonic. The formula Is Just the today Induce regular action. It Stimulates! and ing.The 1 nicely. e
of Tarpon Spring by >> Mormon elders held a meeting Little Comer Edwards ii recovering
The fish About te.o'clock Wednesday nighta and you can get it from any drug Regulates. a Very Pleasant to Take. 90c: I
the Gulf Company.
B. Tuesday. from bad attack: of asthma.
.. bottle at P. Bryants a
weighed" six and one-half pounds and knock sounded at the front door of ""' 8. SOc per bottle. per i

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-, PAGE FO R". __ -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.___STARKE.____FLORIDA_____- _______ _FRIDAY.___IECEMRER.19j9.___: __ __
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Bradford ; spending money. Formerly we usedto Thomas and Etta Tyson.
County Telegraph
I. think twice before W(" parted with Twenty attended the sunrise prayer

--_-. ,-- our hard-earned dollar or even, the 8t'rvice.
I'abllHhed Weekly, and entered as sec- dime and we asked ourselves if the ULANCIIARD D. LAW
toll.1 claHN matter nt the Bost-oHic( at expenditure Will really warranted. 1''as tor.WEDNESDAY'S .
$ _
Likewise we bought the cheapest u
1 1A1 Iarkt'. Florida.C i' $goods we could get along with and' : : F1KK I

"xerted ourselves to get the lowestprices. .
S. MATTHEWS. Editor:: and Owner. : All this ban changed. Having
About 1 h'lf
t J. C. KOIUNSON. Associate Editor I bin accustomed during the past four p. was
discovered! the roof of the
I Venrs to have to niiv more, for froods. .. .on, . -kitchen, .- .
" I : or me resilience owupiuu oy lr.V.. .
1 'than before. whenever pnh'-NI;
_ we a
i; -- C. Powell
and family, just north of the
: DECEMBER.MH 19j .ton-i we gradually I became callous as
: J Jh
i" Presbyterian church." The fire originated -
tn i-cimomi/.ing: nml new we pay whatever -
t Le , r from a leaky flue. Alarm
h Tt v I | MM !I V Ml ..oJi 'is asked without a murmur., \\'.- was
: fl" have forgotten all about saving for a immediately given: and the firemen .
123 4156J I were on the spot a few minutes later. 1. i
; rainy day. This and the high price*
} \\i i we "receive( for our farm products and :Meanwhile neighbors and ,
: 7' 89 10 1l12: our, labor has led us to buying articles did their best to save the pal
The fire was soon put out but
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I of higher quality than
1 p 141516178I920! | 'ami articles: W(' could well)I do formerly with of the kitchen. was burned, his smolt
: of the .. "in building and roof
:. 2122 2324.! 26 27 out.It is time we fet our eyes opened burned.All .. ,
: : I t" our extravagance and, resume sane the kitchen furniture I '.
!' . pending of money. Those abnormally I stroyed by fire or water, aral 1
I 28293tLI; n :f 1 high prices of products will not the furniture of the living '

'Sl': :1 la'-t forever, but while they last in the well as (carpets etc., were I!
:: t inI" "iI\'(' up some money. And no I the damage to the personal < a
1 MERICANRED.CROSS I belter' encouragement can be given being estimated to about $ l'O.' ()

"' "" i priifiteesM' than paying what they ask building is owned by Col. .JO !

''I r, t U.JP .. ".'.-.I'. ... .. .Jt ......J,: ...'.. '."" I I for' their wares without trying tu Williams/ of Lake ]Uutler.! II I I

. "J !'.t.! ''7'J;: ; I ease cheapen when them.we buy This clothing.! i is especially, shoes and the bets. Powell covered wishes by to I I'II I j "We're ahead of the bunch"

t I I r/--.,. ( I .. "j dry goods. sincere thanks to nil those who I' way
I I ed him in saving his belongings. Chcs. Field
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j tr:O.ftJCIjiVR ( : ;:r ;t A young aviator named :Miller fell I IF you Tvirit to play winner, sure thln -

) to his death nt .JIU'k ollvill('- yesterday -j New River, Dec. fi.-S. Lewis on Chesterfield. .
... put ;your money
1 ] ? ( .. Saturday in Jacksonville I
;. r.1i..J 1 / .;. 1 I: while attempting to change from
, .\ \ 1. j- # # ;;:"" : one/ aeroplane to another. This was I the) fair: I IIrs. In J less chr.'i' three :years, more than three

",.,. 'J ( .. :;(';;.I.II heralded" ns the .great feature at the :\ Thelma Fols, of million smokers have become Chester-
", '. fair.. It was n feature because-" was spending! a few days with her

I U... -'I a hazardous, undertaking, endangering I und aunt :Mr. and .%1 rs. 1'. \ field fans.
f'1 the life of the man attempting(. :Mrs. I.. Conner returned,
\ feat. home near Hastings Sunday, And no wonder! Never were finer tobaccos -

,{ HEALTH AND AtT\I Several thousand people were watching accompanied, by her brother used In any cigarette. The silkiest
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';; i HAPPY NEW YEAR1 1 the plane at the time and were Sapp.
;, ___ __ I horrified when they saw :Miller fall to Among those who attended, leaves of nromatic Turkish and the choicestof

I hi":: death The fall and, death, always vention at Sampson were sweet Domestic stock are together -
If preachers ever strike, it will not in full prospect, was what made, I Crews, Inn and :Minnie Hodges ripe, put
I : befor shorter hours on Sundays. the exhibition a ,drawing card to the ter Andreu, Jim Thomas, by an exclusive blending method

morbid. There .should be u law against Hodges, Rev. King and E. A. that brings out a new deliciousness of
Did) you know that} a number of denirable such useless anil! dangerous. exhibi R. A. Andrews, of Brooker
families loft Kissimmec, last tions. There is a law in New York tending to business here Monday.Smith flavor.
I week because of the lack of u job for against. it. No exhibition jump from !'= Johns and Pierce Crews
\ t the head of the family ? The crying the Brooklyn bridge will be permit! visitors here Sunday.C. I "Satisfy"? Right down to your toes !

need, of this city just now is manufacturing ted. Steve Brodie did it and.l they put :\MeKinney: was here Chesterfields have put added enjoymentInto
concerns with II weekly payroll him in jail. Others. have tried it, but on business.
1- here I such men could) ) find! employment whenever the police knew about it Willis Jackson, of White Springs every puff-enjoyment that you don't

until they )become, satisfactorily they stopped! it. a business visitor here last week. get and can't get In any other cigarette
located! here. Kissimmee (;IIZf.ttp.Ve We II.
sympathize with the young brideof O. Rivers of near Brooker
e lire having the same trouble in Starke :Miller but qhe should have made a visitor here Sunlny.FARMER, .I| I because the Chesterfield blend can't be

t jmd need the same rernetly.I one of the conditions of her marrying copied.

him that he stop trying to defy all
I "Etnoin" is frequently' favored with natural laws.-I'aliitka News. : rNff j-J-
mention in the papers.,) She must be

) I u Krof\ \ K"d character, for we have 1.10Innrnx; : :SETTLING; : ; (IT
never seen anything worse said of Well well how did you get
4 her than "sli ru, lue,, fwypvLigki.'] Yet The southeastern portion of Brad early ?

E we have never 'seen her name nmonn ford, county is n part of the luke region Why hog killing and cane ,'

I those present lit t birthday parlies and I which extends through Clay, Putnam makes u fellow get out early., I
no I Pullman I I hm been named I IA for
ear and Alachua counties. It is a some Lard Cans and Syrup
.. lier. Hut she seems to be ., (treat favorite lovely terrain of hills, valleys and All right Lard, Cans are 75 .
with pnprrs, Hint have linotype small clear lakes. The land and the
supportsa Syrup Cans are t II! rent*
? machines.Gainesville. growth of many kinds of hardwoods, for the one quart size, (or $ ns well as pine, and the soil has provi i dred. or" $:!i.OO for 500) ), and
.1T and, Ilronson are bidding i j i en to be deep rich and on account of pound) pails, (called 1 gallon )
t for the new hospital for the fee- ,I|I being underlain with clay near t the I cents each or $17.00 I per hundred.
blc'-mlnded to he built by the state ; surface, capable nf retaining mois / Our Carbon di-sulphido has -

in the near fin ure. Why should) not I ture. at last; should have been here -
I lirndford coiinty t bid for this institution i I (In I 1S78! a number, of Northern families month ago.

0 ?! \Ve already have the state convict I,: settled between, nl'OoklJ.'nlnd We have I IS:; re-steuincd. Syrup
*. farm and navitiv i the two i ill titu- i Thercssa, attracted by the picturosque' rels due to arrive Friday.

tions near together( should! prove more landscape, but after spending their Received: our Ice Cream .' (and'A
convenient than to have them far means in building comfortable resi this week. ordered, to be here

npnrt.Remomber. dences and clearing some land, they summer. So when we haven't
and the blend
had l to leave or starve as they were just what you expect, don't :
% \4S how a wink, with an or- j' idealists and not practical pioneers. Of out and, quit.Ve have (' 20 cents
ler for tea used to bring omltbinll''| their fine residences there is not n I ordered! that is out of stock in can't be copied
T stronger ? Try one on your grocer trace left. store. msWStt

I \\hen you order a couple) of poundst 1' Some time ago the Lawrence )Development We are getting lots of mail 2&A
of salt but want sugar.-I'lant City Company bought up largo and! filling them sumo day '( -_. ,, .
Courier. I If the wint< is tried, on some I tracts. of land between Thereasn and. We have the exclusive agency ------ -----
1 benighted! cross-roads storekeeper it Lake Geneva, and the
may he misunderstood. Instead of Keystone has new town of the (International I Harvesting! ('II. +++++++++++++-M"r-M-++-M"f+++++-M-H +++++++*.++*+++++*+++++++-f++++++1i +
1 succeeded Brooklyn: i chinery and Supplies of All Kind'. .
V' } giving sugar lie may say : "Wait till This will be a ,pretentious town, as I Ishnwn when you need them sec us. No
after dark anil I'll see if I can get it elsewhere in this i issue, our auI I j to {
The Chills
for you. thority, being the Green Cove Times. I II come to DeWitt) f'. Jones I Unfailing Remedy fur 35c

I Part of the settlement will lot in i I Store and, get it or have us i> ,
A West Virginia Imby has swallowed Bradford: .county, which means much shipped i direct to you. And anil
a a wrist watch strap buckle and for Starke. Improved roads between I thing we want to mention is that i ConstipationTHIS i

all Them's nothing wonderful about Sturke and Keystone nmy he (IXpectetl.o I: is the first of the month all (, '
It. as a baby will swallow anything : on our hooks are due. 1 \' COUPON WORTH THIRTY-FIVE CENTS :
it can /get\ outside of. Dut it a doff j r i-OJo\'r-\TY.Fn.i: I:::: ( : \JlLI.fOX i I cordially invited I or requested to' i

',. had performed this feat some highbrow I up in full.'e did not become i is worth :!t5;;r to you in puivhn-Miipr"" ;a i ,n-ie, .dollar! 1 bottle, of ARAPIIOE' ( Indian) LAXATIVE

,1'.. would have written a learned j Victory, week clones the night!( of lionaires during\ the war, so we : tOJl'thl'r'Ith (i.'ic; in cash is Kond.' for n; mie dollar buttle at the. dl'lltnI'I' whose name ap- I
t, dissertation, on the dOJ!'" intelligence! I n..(,. 7th, Sunday night. Starke Bal>- use what is due us, und it is After taking according to printed, direi'tion and ymi ,do not t think; it worth the price you
,, which prompted' him to swallow the lists have hud a victory.) j matter of business courtesy that ::: bring back the empty bottle 1111.1v0 will refund tilt' i;."> conts.

watch HO that its ticking would scare I (Organizer) J. E.: (Futeh is very much I cry one should square\ up. work bile from. your system that is poison to your Liver and Kidney*. We will pay $500.00 rc-
\: intestinal parasites, nut of their wits: Ill'lItitie,1'l'r the results: $::1\11)(; I Our Shot and Shells are "' or makes you sick. You can eat anything desired while taking it.
and make them t tumble over each other I and, every team worker that appeared fast, which proves the quality is J TillS COUPON IS GOOD ATlIITCHELL'S !
\ in trying to get nway. j I for work willing and full of determi- Stoves and 1 Heaters selling every
Ji II I nation Col. f'uteh has shown excep- and shipping them both north DRUG STORE, STARKE. FLORIDA

The young town of (Oldsmar)! I'inel- j tional ability. Every: team member ; south, so you see we are still on ;1 i; not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist mail us fij; cents in postage or ft
I )lug county )has put itllllIn record I signed, a curd before he or she went I. job. : and we will end it prepaid to your nildrcs. I

by making a business of l'Ultivatillll'l to get others to do so. Even: the Coca Cola plant is.
t"!i huckleberries. It in the J. T. Quigley and A. E.: Wall set I ning: again. We haven't struck, :; . FLA. .\It.I'IIOI'1F.IJlnXI: : COMPANY ST. LOUIS MO.[

ioo, Ininrnvoil Kv ,_'lllt.. .._iviktirhtl qu.i.. unit...... .anlortiiirtr .___, ......-. I, their jaws and went at their section , 0 0. . o . ... . _ . _ _ +
j "{ until the hushe;; grow to a height of j of the community ('o1. W. T. Wi'ekh I wonder what would happen ?,r rvrrrrw'r'rrrr rrrrrrrr OI. r weew.-F.t1..p.p+++++$4+

fifteen feet. I.iist your three acres j was the only team captain who being, I If we all went on a .strike

produced $ It is believed that when, the plantings j drive, so he just made a large part of .\ job he didn't like. ' the week- PInriila. too th" hiirnml nn.l b. '0 Imlilrr, forAtiiil I In f >.< ( ( spent roiintv, ronvlclM sub I,Ct to I thiIIIWH .1- alt , .
trnv !
in rircuit.
well\ llrndforil
are established the berries will his pledge 1 \ ,'a Sunday:; a'rnoon. at Lake Butler. rrninir unmiFVriiMl of t\t\\,\ Iriimvill runthnmwh .,'.v County In rhanVH -
,. bring $2,000 p huckleberry! and field.i, in Yes thi- rivht to n-jret nny and nil hdn! ('"",'>lnl""nt '
blackberry they :Mrs. .
j i can. Scott and! :Mrs. And cane refused! to grow .. ami while
Florida, a.< they have cranberry hogs |, Poppctl?I were half sick but both '' A. HORKRTS.rlmirmiin : I
And and threw fit
they corn pinders a fair. Honr-l- of f'untv ("! | ... .1.t-n V I> hm.' rt al. I
". in the New England: \ Mtnh'Ic.oither:; It'u.1I victory team. And wind just wouldn't blow. \ttit, TVfrmliint.:: I t tIf
ot the berries i vns a visitor to Lake V TvrEK9.. OirV.1 .-, to 1-2 flpni nHnvr bv nltulm It aitpm1)
mentioned require much T. :N.; I.imbuugh the first to the
; was to : afternoon. t-1! ,f'.tntl: tn 'h.' iibo','tnt., ..| riiu, .f ,,hut, John
cultivation or fertilizer. ,i arrive with returns. lie and his helpers Florida Crackers have such nn A.. Dnhm (the li'fcndftnt then in nnml l JM A
I had done about $750 in u little less I life i !SHERIFF'S !S'iLEfl.r.4" ", n--i-iiiff't| .a f thi Stnt of Fl"r ln n"*! he
SUE rnMiili-nt .
n at flrt'J I.v.t.v'.n.... ..
nnttr In wIves thnt t. W J En.nirnm. K: t
Raisin whiskey has been bountiful than two hour*. Anti think the earth I I tinder nnH bv End l "'(14"' *
| they own ; 'ir\ -n fhnt Shi HIT nf nriiiirnnl, ('...inty. Slain ofFlorMr . i-' Ppnn.ylvnnl"| nml tp over
in the N'orth' of late, being easy to j The W. T. Weeks team hail the ''U'('- J If these things happens they r..C. ,., forKloniin1, fnnili- i.nilrr nnd b\ \lrtiu,, of that certain, tr-< fltff nf twrntvtinf..* yrnr ; It 4 U ttvr for
T> bv 'tr.I.'r.I| thill
A. Iftlfl.
snake and as strong us the late 1.1-1. j lion of Starke that had, several I large learn % r.. Jilrr ,,f ..hiOniilt the writ ..of A! .of yeciivtoi the* fir-cult Mminl (out'.a.".l of of anil[trailforilroiirit' under, n.'aI| fi p h..I1)'inul r"iiIr.4'n n-rMlilnt tn appear eI.nol"1 tn (tho,
Taunted Duffy' :Malt." It costs only j givers and many steady givers. They How little they are worth. ("-..."nlv. FlnrMn. In Cbnn- !Stnir of Floriiln? nn.l niralnut C (',. enmnlalnt CI! .n In "nlH' muni* onr- ....,.....
( $5 a quart while l''ulnr'hl k'y I worked* close and got the largest itf lhi Lnwtoy Suite TOUn"l nnd 'in fn--or of W C. Tayl" datedhe M-ndnv. the" Sit Uy uf January. A. D. i 692Q!
I up N. I). Duo ntfiiprw'rii" the .
nnil ncnilnNt .. nUiniinii!
r aa.I) I 11'1 '
of s.mIsr.
lath: dos
11115.( wl'l| otterfor w'l| bv
costs $15 per 'IIlar In Detroit) there amount. PINE: IIILL l .. hi. wlfo. ili-r,-m1>tnt4. I .ii,,1. .tn.l' .." toh,' hlbtwt( nn" b".t hMder fn,,,'-t-n mi .on'.eI l by .iUI. ,ffnitnnt..
has been sixteen .deaths since January There were no slackers or careless nlf r 'tJ' 'AC nn Man- I for ranh thi-n.f..'. at the ".....Ih....... door It {I. furtti* r urtli ftol l rh"i 'ihu or.)pr be
I 1020. I.. limP hlirtimt nn.t! I ptihllihet) once n week for flv.
; 1st from drinking raisin whiskey workers even in tin- drizzling rain. Pine Hill, Dec. 5.-Last | h the .follnwinir d.<-."rHwl In Florliln.' the Town on "on.of..."Starkf..' January nrndfonl Mh. I1>County.20. thewiimi n-ft-h ''n the Bmilforel. County TrU-urnph.coniietfutiv a*
f I 1 I j. and similar concoctions, besides I Witness the fact that there arc only a crowd composed of :Mr. and :\ ..' founlv. Klnrl.ln. ....Inor II li-,nl aim day nf naiil' courtdiirlnir nvwBpnppr This DfeumtM-r i"ubllnh H| In until." anal l Matt

I many cases of lilimlncs paralysis j, sixteen members to see by J Dec. 7th. I :M. Barefoot and Inez. :Mr. anil : i thf ftmtthwent Qtmrt ... ,I...the, .bed,leval rent hotlm eNtritc of iiituiitcd unle.,, In the rradfnrdCounty. ( 'ntlow.In. Und. 110.V.\! T WEEKS
i and insanity.; The dangerous: !part of !i Nobody worked harder or longer\ R. T. O.steen and Professor' ,nrt.r. nnd the Snuthcunt Flori..... tn.wit : Clt. >rk Circuit Court.
'. this as well as of all other home-ma than J. I-'. l Kickliter.The I I :Mr. and! :Mrs. .R. B. .Andreu Sr.. > ; 'I. 1,?',. n".1 CJilltrtcr.l 11. nf or......lIon f.i>tA Kn' tllnlf .., Nnrtfieaat Ounrter .of Nllrth.rn.t !It y R .\. WRKKS!
: : booze Is the fusil nil and the methyls. j working! members ft South. ()uarter. Filet Phil of Soiithia t besides those son Ray of Brooker :Mr. and. : : i I Five < > Vnrthi-ant Qnartrr. Kant Half) of F....t llnlfnf ; t: Kt'TPH.'omjjiainant. .
which can only lie separated by intricate j above mentioned were Mendanieft! T. I 1 Craven Roberts Alachua, Mr. .. '221 F........ Nintii-ntntr mnnIM..I Vorthn-ent Oiairt'if N..rth..1.t..... Solicsvara for i' \\2-& \" ltiSRAI.1
or h. n.
I chemical proc*.es. making. the I :N.; I.imbuugh. D. ('. Jones, J. l I.'. Kick- I :Mrs. A. B. Surrency and ( i .moo'public ri-rnriln nf R....,- t..P F.ntfnlf of Northeant of W..t O'lnrter, IIn" :of F.n.t NO..w1 hail of D-iar-Wot ISo \\'orms In --
I home made product almost as Injurious -; liter J. 1' Juigley, A. K.: Wall W. J. :M. Chancey and A. E. Surrency I ifs!? of "Jnrh'imst tjiiirtor of !South nut Quar All a Healthy Child
as wood alcohol. Take : A. S CRFWS.Pprcinl: to'.. of Section I II : W.., ITalf of Snnthn'riitUtiarler children trnuhkil with worm have ..
Kpperion. O. li. a no-
warning ; ; Cooper: :Misses KvnEpperson : I Jacksonville, had a fish fry at (' Mn.t'- of N-rthwent ( healthy color which milk-ate' .
)'rnrt.'r. Wee rfnlf poor blond and ..
ye lovers of moonshine. ; and Doris Law ; :Messrs. i Lake. There were plenty of fish 'a, Northweet Qtlftrtrr nf Mnuthwmt. Quarti r nil... there H n."-rc or ltfltornach dUurbAoce.a
\. Anilreu. II. I.. Brownlee, Luther n'l. everybody enjoyed the occasion \ .nt / 12-5 to 1-2 Northwent Quarter of !Southeaiit' O'""., of GROVE'S T/\STE1.ESS/ rhlllTONIC given renuUrly
Si-etli, 12. all 1 In Tnwniihip a South. Ranire (at two or three week. will enrich .
SANK: IllIYINf! 1 1We I Powell O. G.; Cooper.Sickness I much. the blmnl, lieplovethedlgeitjnn
I OF rot''' Y'{ TOVVICTS' and act ,.a General Srt.PHtHeninn .
detained 1 :Mr.sdumcs J. c. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Surrency $ I iilvrn tbnt on Monitor. W J. EPPERSON.! Tunic to t' .10.! < > )yein' !t.aturewIiltheo, .
I 'an becoming reckle' about Robinsun and II. L. lean of all eonntr eon. Sheriff Bradford. County throw off or dlnwl 's 'nit.. nnI .
Brownlee Jessie theChllil wl!
home with A. Surrency bt
turned E. .'
S IY will be old In front 1 l.-C t.i : 3t! .t. of Florids.s ic ....rlott healttk.. lie.,- tat to I.IL. (tic per hectic




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'V 1 he Woman's Club will meet next 1- my farm. Ii, L, Brownlee: Starke, r'' :J.

:. Widmdi..>' afternoon the 10th, at 3 Fla. 11.7tf.I :Jl:: 'I I \I'

I o'clo-, at the home of :Mr''. n. A. I

f : W"1'1') .' rrltlll will be in chalge of HAVE FOR TKAPE-One good, pt- (; f
Bits of Local :MI1 1 F. A. :Scott; chairman legislative mono costing $ '50. foT town lots orncreage ,

department.Millinerx. either in town or county. ; t
Mason\ the Furniture Man, Starke

i !Information! f' ; .at bargain prices atSlernberg'S. 11-21-tf. MINER'S:

k I FOIl .\1.1'.10': acre farm on Starke
..... O.. T..a.. J.IML. ewI i I II \
leveliii IC.. ... aM T.t... 1 hate moM.d I my repair shop from" and r.iouki'r road, good dwelling
1 the housild: acre! in (cultivation the For South Bend and other reliable
I Hull'-I I I building to building just
.r I ninth of the ice fanl'Gen'rlll\ re- rernninmu 20 well timbered l'rll..j
b., u V'- ---'. I pairing of all\ kinds and saw filing $100 umh. E. C. Dyal, Itrooker \Vatches, Vest Chains in roll plate !

:1'obbv: ( oats, at Sternbern'.s. \M "i'k IL L Stc\fn-i. >n sent off \\.1'1 d"uu' well and quickl :M. D. Newman Fla. 12-B-2t or gold filled Cameo Brooches, La- ;

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Flank, I 1.(1))?' motmi'il. t" Valdosta I I'hilucli'lphia' firm. I II \VANTri )-A renter or n half cropper vallieres Silver \Vare, Vanity Cases, ,
for about twonty-five\ acres of reasonable 1
Sunday. Take your application! for antomobile Signets, Birthstones prices.Community .
I :Jlrs..lay Alileiman< returned from : good land on Starke and Kniford
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: the first! of the week anti is I road l, fire miles from Stnrke. See
A, (; IIYII l !. of Jacksonville: was in Storeotary. : Public free of
Stniko Monday.1'iescriptions. II'"'' teaching: TI I tIp, high school d.| .- charge.The or apply to !'lit.... J. I.. Warren, HP. .
p.I't.t'! nt of the 1 n! H. :b.lliiu.U'l. I). 1 1. Starke. I 12-.r=!t' ( Silver Wai :
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:; ; railed fo and - -- remains of Theo. Harry, who t JI;

(ll'li> t.'n'd. ( ';it son's: Hrug Store. ,'of Lti'u.i.i md lierla bel.n', ,died at Jacksonville Saturday, were FOR SAI 1.1 K: .-My farm of .111! acres, !:11Ial'r ; I ( 1 1a
JaiU.s.iiivilk'viio had
'" stumped good dwelling mail 1 1olltbuildinJ.
fus.ornl director
received by I n. C. Jones,
MiV. II. 1I111''lIl'd'II in Jack"V'I' ,I i IIIK their aunt, ;.Mrs. li. :M.: Dowling, and interred at New Hope !'-, good fences, good wa large assortment Also Diamonds :
> I 1 retrrnei',' home Wndncsaay.Lndics. ter. Also muU', wagon, and farm '
Tut-diiy 1
cemetery The dl'ceIlK'd11" a sonof' 1
- - Implements, liny and Burn Two i in perfect white and blue \\ bite to
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I E: Harry, of Jacksonville! formerlyof
.J! M. Tml) ha, < shipped! u eaiload you) cn l lint) that pattern the Broolter section miles noreiMt' of Staiko. Cheap tnt'i' !suit, 1-16 I to 3-4 1 ctirat All goods j

1'I ',i lIn' th,, week. i at Klernberg's.W. I rash, i t('I'mM. ..J.I./ Nfwsom,
t.'. I P. 1 I. Mtirke. 'IJ--t.; :! n'j Guaranteed. i iliIH.r"S
Men'sVoik Sliirts. $1.00) ( atStump's. M\ Bryan Ii..., opened a gioci'Ostore I The many friends. of :Mrs. 1. 1\\[.
Truby will be pleased to learn that rtnt4
in the fvI'ml'I'ViIllI Drug W.\NTEn-Colored family to
:Now low has she has returned home from Jacksonville II
i ; goods lit prices 8tol'1 acre farm 10 acres cultivated. Rental -
'i secured tor him n ,{ood 1 trade" where she had been an inmate .lowolrv. Store
Cant.-un! K. (C. Holberger! of DrookIjn : free for first half year. Inquireof ,
I .. \l' in t ,w n 'rll-",'ay.M o/ hospital after undergoing! a seVern John Frlepo, Lawtey. or owner, I II .
; J. I I.. Mi'.iiH; : buyer, fur Williamson ii' opeiation. She is still weak but Paul l Engel, 1811 Runroo St., Chicago I- i

: 1'. :Muthimy: of Bruukei. spent t': l It 'u u-, .r-:, i it ills, eves hero last i is improving daily. III. ll-7-8t. -
San. .... silk his family here. v' 11 1. ,b, .;, :':;f I 1. >'h :and l Friday mornIIIK I -
; 'i-.t oat: U i.aii FOR S.\I.E-N. C. Plat Vine or FlorIda
HMM .lohn P. Coffin of Johnstown, !I "pot kui s.Sec have dressed their show windows in Uunpi-r: Seed I Peanuts Seed :!t1IJQtIQLI.I':) I: .. I I< :".11.1(...,.>. IOlaw.QI'>IJaQf.II.CJI(; ; UlJCI; QI.JIOOQalUr.tIJ"iClUIM} (
an unique manner. The design i is intended I lit.
had In-mess Starke Tuesday
in peanuts are exceedingly scarce.
our line of Ladies (.'oat:;. to appeal to those who feel! the all you will need/ I at se-I Fri q 1

Mr I J, E. Owsley and 'son, of The- | Suits and Dresses. $K(>.;'iU "call of the wild." There is a gun I ufo possible moment. We have a limited { For Fifteen Years !

runs. wieiitor.I to Starke: Tui"-- and l up. Stump's.t t fishing implements steel! trap, hatchet supply of the Florida Runners and
I camp lire, cooking utensils, a box
(lay i, are oirering them) at ten cents per
1 I Mi: nod :'<11'J.. Stornberg and :Mr.: of provisions, tobacco, pipe IIn,1mat..heK. pound ($2.GO per bushel) f. o. b. t

Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at'''and Mrs: T?. 1. "Veek motored to Lowell Fla. Send in your order to :! We administered to the needsof

Handy Brymer's 1()-It-tf.: Jai, \;,'>uville \Vt'dne-day, of last week day. They will not lust/ long H.

I and spent a delightful day at the fair Chief Kite seems to be conducting a"lilrixic" T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fin 11-21-tf. the sick of this community
A. V. Long and ">n, Gus; motored | fur grandchildren. Fiiday I ,:

to Luke P-jtler Friday on a business We fill Prescriptions:; > written morning a fine son was born to :Mr. : FOR SAI.K-!900( pound mule not over '::1 responding to the call either ) ;

trip. II bv any' doctor. five us a trial. nail :Mrs. E. H. Steenberg, of Gaines 12 years!!' old; raised, on South Georgia i 3&rx
ville. :Mrs. !Steenberg, daughter of : )(1
l &loonUrujt':; Store. ,
farm ; best qualities; fast stepper
Ginghams from :20 cents a >cl. !Mr. and !Mrs. !Silas Kite, was a guestat ; healthy, trim built and never day or night. I' :

up. Sternhpr ':oI. : The ladies of the :Methodist: church her parents' home at the time. This been strained ; stays; fat on 15 ears ) ,
will hold their bazaar makes the ,second grandchild the chief
on Tuesday '
of corn day.Vill have to use
Frank B. Lane, of Jacksonville, has Dec. Kith, instead of the 19th inst., has acquired within six weeks until cane per is ground about Dec. 15. :I Our record for reasonable

been visiting his mother, Mrs. II. C. as previously announced in the Futch Price $173.00.: See him with renter .

Richard building. ainS If :you try are SternberK's.The hunting. for bar- 11. II. Parmonter, east of Heil- I::: prices, stands today as then. I .1

bronn Springs. L. A. Davis, Route ',t''
lion A. G. Hartridge, of Jacksonville :Miss Eva Kpperson spent the holidays 1 Sta rke. 11-28-21.* ,)(, "
was a guest Of Col. A. V. Long here with her parents, !Mr. and Ladies Aid Society of the Pap- : A trial order will convince q qn '
Wednesday afternoon :Mrs.: W. J. Epperson and returned to tist church will hold a bazaar Friday you ,
afternoon, December lHh! in the FOR SALE-Two farms in Wateroak, ,
her school duties in Waldo Sunday afternoon :
Special Trains! in Women'sand Futch building. Fancy and! useful section (home of I the strawberry ) : I II
Children's flats at Stump's. articles suitable for Christmas gift best grade lands for truck and general ,

:Mrs. J. W. Killian, 'who has been I will be sold at reasonable )prices. The farming. 20-ucre place has I 10.

Mrs. II C I'ichard: is in .Jackson visiting at the home of her parents.Mr. patronage of the public is solicited. acres in cult: ivatlon. 8 acres stumped Scott Drug Co. I
house. 50-
also tenant
ville visiting at the homo of her brother :: and l :Mrs: J. :SI. Truby, returned ; dwelling, i
James Darby. Sunday, afternoon to her home in Wil- There arc some inhabitants of acre .place has :20! acri-s in cultivation i I ,ltl ,ref ,
the ami 20 more deadened I ; more ,
liamsburg Va. Staike who are not affected by I
lid, Burned of Jacksonville wa high cost of living. They are a kind, than :2 miles! good. wire fencing; : PHONE 12 1 I:

intll'k":; / the first of the week visiting Ladies Sweaters at Sternberfj'.s. lof bugs that cat brick. Roscoe :\1"howe.1 ('- young:: p"can I trees, t figs, scujipernonjr I :: fit:j I
I vines, etc. lioth ,places havewell
latives. Lnne the Telegraph" reporterhow I : ,!rS I

i those who. ThanksgixI they had. eaten holes in many of and pump. Handy. to store, H. !I yt: (;!xanuaocium) :: ( tatjnt) ) tonuacKaiauui. /:: ) :: waotataru.tcta! ; tuaaovitMjtinouaftiaiii* ) ) ; ).tt 'C.fli<<: j
Among of
spent 1n.. and good tehnult Price
W :\1. Turner of South Jackson- I the brick of the building occupied by
viII'. hahl( elt in Starke; during theMIH I ing dayin Jacksonville were, Prof.f the, Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.The each place $'<5 per" nor; ono-third,
relatives. i nnd :Mrs. S. S. )howling) George( C.White I i down bnl'inrc" on teinv t to suit buor ':
\ \i-i'ing' Mis: C. A. I Putch :Mii : .-. .
:Mr: and : otTice \\'hI") a ri'iil-i H ",0,1 MHI i ntn' -- -
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1'iesh Drugs! arriving daily, i and :Alts.: (>, :M. :Sistrunk, I has this week turned, out some. artis. I rr\n ;Vo.r< ) far" ", and I". rtnlep'oden', \

prices lisiht. Cason's:; Drujr Store I tic window cards foe' the Williams'' !I. \ I4o' i "I'd( I !1-: I 1'\1.\ I Mark'' F""By ServiceWe J
I Col. W. T. Weeks who had boon Stork Company, for use m tinnlish Mn I II-I -"- "I' Helpful
confined to Ins moms, for couple of
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II r. Richard, and A. V. Long motmeil city of St Petersburg Fiuinvmk
weeks with rheumatism in his ,right Ur"ve : If.-, .-l il. t'ou>.
I: ,I t" Gainesville; Wednesday, on a done for 1111'11Oil former, 400000-10011.
ankle, i is out to the joy of his .
I and
I,0-Ire-s trip I this aggiegutlon' know that the Tcl! rrnti'-a llulli > irlfj-toK ".1t
many friends. ".ll'I the guild-, rll|, | , -t 1 In, erl its Strt Ulhrliu Mean
graph tan \'r .
Men's Flannel Shirts 75) cents I .
The Ladies Aid Society of the l.ip-! --
c' "'t Come in and (line
: .Jr.1p.
!see our new
I tint church will hold its regular monthly
of shoes for ;Men,
high grade P
meeting on Tuesday afternoon, December -
I K< SI' ; ha n."'id I preacher" Women and :\1i :o.l''l' can sate; .
Oth, at '! o'clock at the homeof e
and i\nn, >i\e farmer of Irnham, had I ; 1 to a t I IiI
bii-iiu" -- in Statke Friday :'lIt.-. T.J.. Limbaugh' yon :SI' $ on a pair. Stump's. Give more than ordinary attentionto

:\hr. and :Mrs I K:. W. lla-;: r. r*"tuned TNfLASTORCD" your business and financial interests -
The friends of A. C. Fling
many '
Blankets and Comforts at Tuesday right from a thiei. wi
ore glad to him the streetsagain
see on .
!Stern berg's. visit with relativeand finn 1-1Gllh"villc' I a.i.
after a long illness. lie must '
r ONL% .
} mind the we-tetn pin, oj l SEALED TINS
K.: K returned to Gaines- use crutches in walking but he is Ijrndford. 'P" AT YOUR GROCEtt'i From the very tart we determinedto
constantly gaining in strength.
vill" :Sunday; afternoon, after spending take intciestin
: - ------ personal our customer -
see -ral dlwith his wife. After ThanKsgn >,
Out inr:* find (Cotton flannel atSlernherg's. his family spending in Starke, Att nrnt mi/-' .1.1Popf'1
Mi.1' C. Robinson returned Sat- : ;. I has returned'' to Plant I II needs, in order that we might serve

iml'iv afttr spending several days in :Mi. I'opiiell, is anxious,. to SIIIIK, "i isuitable
T. S. Williams, who has been th' I them hettl'r.Ve believe this service
Jack n"\tlli. with lelatives home in Plant City. f"", In, ""'- "
heaviest shipper of sweet potatoesthis
family which he will II.IM with bin',' .-- -- policy has been a vital factor in the
,,, made a shipment of two
:Mr. and :\11'<. 1V..1. Kpperson: and 'uon. It' -" ''n ns such a "he-e'nn I".. -" ined ( )!:) +c
daughter, Iris, spent "Ki'iday in Jack- II carloads of potatoes and twelve barrels -Plant City Courier. Mi: l'i|' substantial growth of the Bank of
of syrup to out' firm in :Miami Monuments and Tuinbstones
sonvill" viewing the big fair. this week. pell, while here, expressed' mll.hII'' Starke. j

I ixfaction with his new location 1111,1
')11":trieDaiby, of Madison, !spent!' I Kay Colley after spending; ,a week his prospects, for the future lie We solicit your business the basis
Tha"k-giving with his'l'11'14., : II. stands high: in his profession is tool ,isure i- I Agent for .1. a
with his : ,'. :Mrs. J. F
S. Richard, and brother, A. :M.: Ihlrby.len'i'I parl'ntl'1 and to succeed in life.Thu I of the helpful service we endeavorto
Colley returned\ Wednesday to Hampton 1 Valdosta Marble Works
I Loads: Va. Ray i is one of finch'Stmt's I render to all our customers.
;\ Shirts' of <|U'ility at women of "Florid.I, are M ry Years of Satisfactory service
bo> s in hi'no and i is a fine look- ,
Stern t berg's.Mis. :;. much( interested in the sale of the H..dCr.
. .
i..1 .ltd..r. Latest Designs to select
Christmas Seals which
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: K.: C. Scott:) went to Jackson- I so ".,\ich fur the health condition in I from.4i0@Cr01mmh7mt g .r
I Light md: dark. colored fllltin
Mile Wednesday and remained therewith this state Bank of StarkeThe
her husband until Sunday afternoon | ht l ; quality| I :special; I I price l>)c a | ------ llkOmmt>ttbOmtD tam0 ,
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: yard& at Stump's. The coming!: drly''f Amernans, f+,r ._
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I j jf merit-ans i is the sale "f the Red| ('retsCh *
'. II. 'lark hAM moved with his : 1 11An Growing Bank
r woll Prevail jolly and lively asever i n" i'.tl! l R!"ar thi i '0'1,1 i ( lI
curve down from Lawtey Wed' ,I family, to Hawthorn, where he has and h"''lp *'i. '\" thd'ht; ;n, .'i.list, tu a full line ofundertakers' II E. S. Matthews, Pres. Gco. C. White Cashier
i opened a repair shop He thanks his'' .
Dcsday an.I made this office a pleasantcall. rculosis."CLASSIFIELx.
: customeifor then ":,llr"'''ige and, if Supplies
'they send work, to him at lIawlh,"" Automobile Hcaro.. II

he well, cir. .it 'I'''"' 1 k aHintioii, I '
;Men's all leather Work Shoes Always on hnnd. Th t"I' "I' 1

$.j ;)0(> to S.;).("". Splendid values vice at the lowest pricex Sr" "I.'

at Stump's. ADVERTISING attention 'o telegraph/ ..r'l t -- GENERAL INSURANCE J

BI. ides, other shipments' during the Gaiety Theatre . R'rjiserecl( E ''no/l:1ler:/ : "
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0.'r CENT A WORD FOR r\ll MSI'K.
/ "JONESStnrke. i iI
: 12 Mil1hm5. V d-rtl..m.nt. lnnt>rtvil under thi. hvml', I !
$. j\\v SHOW BEGINS 7:30 mutt h* paid In .01....... No FI;). I STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE 1.
on. ln"rrttflffi arrcptvif for !Ira. than 2S i 1
usc'i J j.. y.: d.: 1\.:\.,.; !SAIlIh'rd HU.\\- I I I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

'"< FOH| SAI.K'o :r Oln-r typewriter ,' r--I II .1
to KLL COLDSCASCAr / -ui..I.:: | of m.i> .hinifP.irri I
ri'l I'ara in good: ", condition !Phone I 119.!! '
| 11-L'S-tf:!
L.J mount feature "Maliiniuraon I

i1' .. .. I ..,". FOR LF.-15 gilts -and-young-sows--- ; DAVISAgency i JIfI! ; AP'IO TAGS; .NOW 1n\UY: i i IM printed or plainly written to avoid )

; A, : \ Q Uil! l't. 1'l'Ii511.11-": line breeding stock of Duroc strain I oiroiTln' mi' ic<|uinM you to ext!- 1'

..,. ('omtaece'ralmadge l in a'e- all immune to cholera. Geo. A. Gar Est. 1886 i I'ut< thi.ipplnation. : bofcirt a Notary-
I r. Far. the eonveni'ne of the! puhlil'applit'lIt1on"
Starke. 11-7-tf.
It-it. feature.F'RID 1 Pnblir .r -i.tinnfTli' 'T using a seal.
for at
, : ri'vfntrationn\ motor
p-: : 'E 1Y. 12thb FOr S.\ I.E--II head, of fancy full-I INSURANCESTARKE : vehicles for the year 1UJO! MAY' ItK: : lUankM: may;' hi- cured from ranks!

., dy lot 2u )..'. ,'llIlli'l'lt tit the 1'c'iice Notaries Public

.ta J 'ate.' aura no : \ ianlartin: in "The !Sunset bl..lpIerk\ hirl' sows, !10 months Fir.I'.D; NOW it accompanied] by remittance. ,
> .* : .. ... II COM' 1:1: 2( I Trail" old, just bred. IC.. Smith Graham : Tags will bo, sent out about anti! County Ofllver/ or the Comp
4.:\.Ji i t r-r ., ,'fn I,10.1,in 3 days 11.r 1 FU. 12. .2t" i the middle of December in time for troller.

"1''n. I I. I"'". ".. I F'dt 1 tho new year I ERNEST AMOS;
\Its\ \ ADMISSION 15 and 25c
i ji iI
t 'Tr Hih'a:
"')1 v,n IJ( ter J'' W i big< bone Poland China boar; prices' lease! HI'" that all questions( are IJltt. Comptroller(
t"A'f fI.... S,.... i I from $25:; to $'15. Can be seen at amwcrt'il' and! your name and a"Jr"s I ll-L'8-lt: /



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I Mr: ,. Myrtin- :McKinney and(] MM: < I -te:{ r"-r' 'I'!S4",,

:Mabel :McKinney of Louise were* b.-'fA:, ,.'.. ,,' -
I It I .t; :,..,. ; .".. ..,;- ,. '.:.", :
Farmers .,
County business. .
i\\\ were Friday on I'. -

Bradford i to N.Starke I n\. Junes Thursday.Mrs. .made. a business triji I i.'. ./ .,.,.,.':: :.' .'..2-.2I

t I I II I : II. .F. Price and :Muster Le.-du' .
t : I ,
IIKilll.AM( : II I thing t" out and! pent the day hunting White are visiting relatives in Jacksonville 1II"l.:!] ...."..,J ;tf. ',.
BEAR: IN: ; MIND: NEW: ; : EXPRESS: ;: and! tithing.. I' this week. .o" owl." .. '". . ...; ,''..

R HI' I.ES: I Fun XMAS SHIPMENTS: : Highland. Pee.;:: o.: =Mr. and, :Mrs.' : S.IIt Smiley Pinholstt-r\ of Jacksonville I Mi*"ftrs''' s'h.l1l1nd 1 D. :M.( Byrd made f't''.. ,\' ,t" ....IiI. \'
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busiiH-s strip to LaCrosse Friday. < '''
Jacksonville. Thanksgiving here with relativis i u ": \'
and ihildren. lIf> spent, ( : : '
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I Bobbie and family, nftmtpa ( : "
1 tales g"" several day- last week thtgart. nnd friends.R. : : '

i.I. 1!!, into Tlunrw. effort" next"serepaekwg 1 Wednesday t according spent"., ...f11': and :Mrs.' S. :.1.J: StarlingIeturning ,. Andreu spent part of last week I .lI..e1"ltinlt his parents, Mr.I I ; " .

r to u stati'inent made l h y Agent A I'. to their h,,me Friday.A ,( in Jacksonville' on business and attending and I ;\11'"' '"Frances. II. W. Surronry.Miss :Murrhee, ; .attended I tin, ( ,. .( .-'I.......1.. .. "t
the fair
} HolTman.( in charge <>f the localx- few of the vi-iturs' to the faitwere I a \ .: . -;. \
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invention Samji-'on: ( ty SIIllIl"h'Iin,1 I ..
1. press" oflice. Under the regulation It Mr. and :\11''''. F. M. (Crews, :Miss :Mrs II. C. Clomons', of Alachua : Sunday.Messrs. \.. +:: ,
i t then in force, all express shipments Maggie: (Crews, Mica: Ueth and Wini spent. u few day here with her daughter I ':" .. '. : \ ;
'I'M.: .,; over 25: pounds< must be forwarded in fred Wimberly.: ..", II. C. Wimberly. MvsM K. A. Andreu. : nollingswortn' and 1 Fred : -g ( 1" .:-.;
efi of ueri- Sunday
Camp, nc-llamy were "
containers cartons, bearing :Messrs.! K. lies I 'I '" I'
wooden or :Miss Ethel' I I Kicks, :Miss Marguerite Shriver spent lasweekend ,. . .
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the boxmakers rertillrnto i\" to size: i cntt Lnn and :Melvin 1'rescott. '' in Jacksonville uttl'nllrnll'Ilhe ]Frank Seville spent the weekendhere ---- . .,. .. ",: ','
the : with his Mr.I and Mrs.J. \ f\"L ) __
j Iw express parents
strength required fair.Mima's.
and Mr.I Cairu- -.r-
I'I and '
,] I I Mrs... E. A. Goolsby R. 13eville.Mr. : ,...:: 4.J
'I. / company. ,hers of West Jacksonville "pl.ntThllnkIlJrI'il1J : V'iney and, Laura Lewis over, '
: : of Waldo, was here or
No change is I contemplated in theshipments : day here with relatives, in .\II1.hua Saturday on business. Milton
? t I under the :25 pound, limit I Master/ George; Pinker Jr., came :'>Ir. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spenlSaturday business Saturday t I
n I which will dill ,be accepted wrapped I out from Jacksonvillewhere he is. attending and, Sunday in Alachua returning 1I1'wIunh..c: was in Sampson .

in paper Agent Hoffman advises' school and spent Thanksgiving home IOlleiIlY.Ir. City Saturday.Mr. ; L .is-

c ( Christinas shippers not> only to. send' with his father" (G W. Parker.Mrs. 1 :\ and Mrs E. n.I! Andreu Jr.. ; and Mrs Roy Roberts. and little
+ s their! holiday< packages early but to ;Nancy; IVny returned Friday. came: up fl'OI11lachuli :Monday and I son. Roy Jr., of.nt.. oak were here __ Makes: Such
l s pee that they were properly packed, from a visit. with her sister. Mrs.Clurence ',. 1 spent a few days with their parents. last Sunday, guests of the formel"1pU1'.nt. \
,, .., Mr. and, Mrs C. B. Roberts. Biscuits
; I and accurately addressed.' ( Hudson! in Jacksonville.Miss | G. B. Col son and Kev. Kelly made; Light,Tasty
:\Ir. and :Mrs.' Odell, Abernathy ol
1 ,1 / "\\'e expect a very heavy movement : Ina Houlware and, :Matter Jas.Houlware a business trip to Starke :Monday.,'k"on'i1Ie.'I'rl', business' visitor
tT of Christmas gifts by express this spent ,several day ;of last !\. B. Surrenry and daughter, Mis*?' here "Sunday.Mr. Just!: let mother\ call "Hisciiits for

.. year," siiid Mr. MolTman "and this at week visiting. their aunt Mrs., Barnes, V'I'a.PI'I', in Starke, shopping( Mon. and! Mrs.I Alvuh McKinney and! Breakfast! We're !sure there's! atreat

'. n time when we are handling a greater in Jacksonville, and! seeing! the big day. ; ..i tt'r.Iahpl., : !, and mother :Mrs.\ 'Chn1'. that can't) he heat ItOl'C
amount of traffic than: at any period fair.II.. 10. H. Andreu. Si', was n business'visitor
Il'yId..innt': ', and. Mr. :Searboroughof : hisc-uils
F in the history of the railroads. It C. Wimberly. Jr.' attended, the to Alachua last, week. : ) hero Sunday.Mrs. for us light tender

will Ive well for Christmas shippersto union meeting at Middloburg: "Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. Colson and little i iI :Louise. Win were, Sparks. and daughter, toasty hrown and I all pulled) up
keep in mind the -'"> pound limitation through Sunday. i daughter Mildred, of Pine Hill spentRatunliiy mother is surf t
Gracie. of Louise\ were hero Saturdayon t with goodness Kor
packages.Mostholiday , . here with relatives.JlesI .
for wrapped "
paper Gilbert If. Backer left for his homeat business.It. (Calumet.
a, ; presents' we believe I are under Tavar' s Thursday, IIft..r'i"iting 1 "' . Kate is moving hetfamily R. Jones was visitor to Waldn, i\ of her baking. powder -- ,.

that w'il'htlillclll1''', therefore, not friend l here for -overnl weeks. tu Fort :Myers this week and Sunday..Mrs., She teINaeawvn ' disappoints t Iti l-eiaus: '

affected by the new rules."Rut Messrs. Lou I're-sriiU and, Ellison they will make their future home at : '. W. 1''. Byrd, and, children"' left i''

any shipment over :25!; pounds McCormick were in Middleburg, attending that place. Sunday for Raleigh) where She will CALUMETBAKING
must be forwarded, in special containers the union meeting lIl'vPI'1i1day" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns of New ,I visit her mother, :Mrs. PhinneyIIt.111'I POWDERnever
and we will I.'l''' glad to give of last w"'k. returning' home on River, werp in town Saturday. : -*-
interested. full information as E. T. Stewart spent the week-end her.OTMACEBYTNETA
anyone !Sunday afternoon SRI\) disappoints .
lt how they t should, prepare theirChristmas : here with his. family.\ After this week : \
to Jacksonville
Marion Crews', of was H Hesuitsttvvithcstunc \
1 presents" for shipment) by here for the weekend.Wilbur I :Mr. Stewart expects to engage in bus. Bradford Dec.I 5.-Iles. T. L. Willis USr1l tkpetiiLihle.
4 .1 express.( Morrison/ of Jacksonville, ness here.E. and Iluth ;Newborn; were shopping I I T mV:!1! t,/ -\\\< te'!. ,

+-- visited, his lIii'tl'11'9.: J. II. Boul-, I S. (;lIlnl')' and family, of Ln- in Worthington Monday I J\LJI\ UIVl. 11 Try ft."H,

SiK. I S1 TI''T: UELATINC: ; ware, Sunday.Messrs. ''' I Crosse were here Tuesday with relatives C. II. ;Newsom; was a business' visi .adt'Ie! 01.Ij I .11I,11" .' "- Q
WIIWITII: : : ; :MEASl'RES: : 1 E.h'lll'(1Iarr( : and, Carl Wilkinson tor to Bl'onkprIon": ,,)', Calumet conHins q
returned to Jacksonville Sunday I Luther Ha/en, of Jacksonville. spent :Misses. Ruth ;Newsom; and Eva: Edwards : .j dioiits as li.'ivt- I li-i 1111 ;>''''>'. i-1 inciall : '
Thursday' here.Dr. "It ), I-'... I t.'l t.\ .'I\: .:"' '-. .
:Monday bytliof.S
of weeks visitors to Drunker 'ti
; Unlawful to Sell Many I Article. hy after spending a couple wore ; ar
I A. 1-:. Russell. made a professSkinnl '
I :Now- Sold here with .relatives.I I afternoon. 'l It You Save 'hen You E> > It.
Measure a" they are call at Pint Hill Monday.Rev. .
I>. A. Austin, of Stcckert.( spent 0. W. Barry urns attending' to business \ou Use I I'. Ii''
Sunday, I here with relatives.Mr. Williams attended, the Chds-I in Worthington Tuesday,! after kFa ttt r. You Save Waon
Section I 1211 t 1 of the convention :
Section 1 1. That \ : tian at Sampson ;
: and :Mrs. T. r':. nngebrt-tsen' of i 'QGia1i7'i;
'' i General; Statutes of the Stale of Florida Jacksonville, were 'week-end visitors Saturday, and, Sunday, I noon.E.: It. Andreu was in the Bradfordsection I I ja' b......;;..1r ;.. HIGFlorida'-tr.Sl A A!'. J
be amended to read follows. :; Mr; ; K.: L. Cro"h'IIM summonedto afternoon.Siimner x
Section 1211. Standard, of Weights. nt Mr. E. Wilkinson. I Lake City Wednesday, to be at I Tuesday 1 tltll. 'e .
: of "
Mr. and Mrs\ n. L. Itigby, of Starko Andreu .Jac"I'OIIVlllc'l 1' :
,, and, :.ensures-The. following standard I the bedside. of her ,lltllll'htl'I'11'8.: I.I I. I this week with his r1G ; q
visited relatives here several days of Spent a few days Pdt ,:;
shall ..
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I .* cif weights and measures last week. I L. Kubanks. I "Ish"11'11., : C. II. Newsom. I :J
be the standard of weight IIn.1 measures Hamilton Godwin; of Winter Haven :Mrs. (;U"'l'lt1111<' last Sunday from :Mrs.' N. fi. Hayes and little niecwere ,' U'1ET"K' (! ::(Gj'I; >" y 1E,4<<
throughout the state of Florida: Lake City where slip has been visiting '<
, Worthington Friday
was greeting old I friends here on visitors tu .
One) I 1 Runla11', : '. Godwin was formerly a afternoon. ,
:2:11!: solid inches ,resident. of Highland.' i Little :Mildred Cone was on the sick i Mrs.' C. II. ;Newsom; and children
The weight and measures shall boas : list last week. -- ---
.. nnd 1 Ruth Newsom: ; spent
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follows: \V. II. Andreu and family, of ;New;
Mrs. T. L. W ill ill.
I.IVISTOCK: .tSSO'I1TlON{ : ; CON: ; !
i i foundsAvoirdupois Ri\'cr. spent Thanksgiving nt the Muhry, Harrell who is attending
\'E\'TIO-: : I home of .J. C. Cone. school) at Gainesville, spent Thanksgiving .

I Wheat per bushel _ _ . _ Hn; > I Mrs. T. L. Godwin and, (children of with his parents', lr.lIn.111'11.. ; .
Corn, shelled, per bushel _ _n _ M! The million dollar. live stock exhibitat fine Hill, were in town shopping Sat W. W. Harrell.!

Corn on (cob with shuck _ _ 70) the Florida State Fair last week I urday., Quite a lot of folks from around
Sorghum!: seed per" bushel __ ?. _. MItuilcy ; much of whkh was owned by Floridamen : L. Dukes of Jacksonville, spent here attended thp meeting at ardisFriolay

seed, per bushel _.- n H! and wOI11..n. emphasizes the Monday here attending the funeral of and Saturday.Mrs. *

Oats', per bushel . __ ___n __u 32: growing importance of the live stockindustry :, his' nephew.The C. W. Edwards spent a taw
S Bran per' bushel u __ __ . __ 20* in this state, and,) nroused| a son of E. Harry of Jacksonville' days last week with relatives in I,like
Corn meal per' bushel -- __ _- H! greater interest in the convention of I was" brought here Monday for burilil.intl'.ml'nt Butler. Moat Exclusive Showing of

I Means, shelled, per bushel n_ __ ._ tOO the Florida State Live Stock Association being made in the New Truby Pinholster. passed through

Means, velvet in hulls per bu.78 to be held in Orlando. December1012th. Hopp cemetery.Mrs. hero Friday .mute to Sardis.T. .

t Means, castor !shelled per hu. ... HMillet : i John Shriver was' over toWorthington B. Edwards was a visitor to Diamond

s : need per bushel ___ u _.___ f>0Meggar The program' of addresses and discussions Springs Sunday afternoon Worthington Saturday afternoon.T. Jewelry and

9 weed, seed per bushel n' <>:2! will not be so long as inprevious L. Willis was a business. visitor
;t+ Irish potatoes' per bushel. __ ___u /I;0 years. in order' to give more Mr. anil,) Mrs L. Johns of New Worthington: Saturday. afternoon. Artistic Gift Goods

,+ Sweet potatoes per" bushel. __._ _ fill; time for the social features which are River, spent the week-end here with :Misses. Eva and Elma Edwards and

Turnips, per bushel __ __ unn_ !51 1 being planned by the Orlando board relatives Mrs.' C.Y.. Edwards. attended the
Onions, per bushel _ ____ ____-__ 5l/ nf trade which will include an automobile I :Mr.' and :Mrs :M. Clemons left lastFriday meeting at Sardis Saturday.

v' Salt, per bushel . ____ -__.-55:; fiO trip through that beautiful for Brooklyn where he has Mrs' O.Y.. Barry was u visitor to
t Peanuts per' bushel _ __ ___ 00 _ 22 city and the surrounding farming and employment., Brooker Saturday: morning.We Visitors to JacksonvilleAre

Chufas per bushel . _n_ _______ 51 citrus grove section a banquet and a I O.V.. :Melvin and family left last are' glad to r..pnrtII's.; T. V Cordially Invitedto

I Uye, per bushel __ _ _..._00 __ fig .lance' at the Country Club. I week for Plant City where they will Edwards able to be out again.
Apples dried' per bushel ._ .. 2-1 Among the live stock producers! reside in the future. Little Bernice Newsom is. on the Our Establishment

Apples', green!: per' bushelH! having' had extensive experience in Prayer meeting every Sunday evening sick list this week

Quinces. per bushel _' _ _ 4'1 Florida, who will take part on the at 7li:: ) nt the Free Will Baptistchurch. :Mrs. Bryant Shaw was. a visitor. to

Peaches dried!, per bushel' _ . 21 program are: C. A. Carson Jr., of Worthington Saturday.,
? Peaches, green per bushel u" __ 51 Ki.ssimmee. ; C. G}. Smith Christmas; I :Mr. and Mrs.' A. B. Surrency spent Miss, Maude Shaw returned, home

} Cotton seed I. per bushel _ ___ _ u :32 J:! W. 1' Ward KUco; F. N. Burt De. the weekend' in Jacksonville. Saturday afternoon.Mrs. : 'Bess & '
Cotton seed, Sea Island per .bu._ ,II Leon Springs; ; and Alf K. Neilson, I Mrs \V. S. ;Nabb; and little !granddaughter : '. R. J. Andreu spent Friday' 1 lnger fur.
Plums, per bushel _ . _ _ _ _ _. 40 West( Palm Ueach. A few' well known Mildred I :Morgan were in Lacrosse with her son Truby Willis.

Pears per bushel, _ __ __-_ __ __ 55:; men from" other states also will he I last. Wednesday.A Mr. and l Mrs. John Shriver oBrooker. JEWELERS

S Guavas, per bushel _ _ _ _ __ 51Sec. present. i Christian I' Kndeavor society will passed' through here Sunday -
2. It I'hulll". unlawful for any +.r- be organized at the Free Will Baptist afternoon. Sixteen West Forsyth Street

dealer to sell, offer for 1 sale, barter BROOK. E|{ church in the near future. The ,date Quite a large crowd attended, the<
exchange( !: or otherwise ,dispose of, any will I-. given later. This is for the cane grinding at Wade Harrell's on Jacksonville Florida
I of the different,' commodities named 1 in Mrookcr I Der. 5.-Mr. nnd,( Mrs' C. benefit of the young people and each Thursday night.

; Section One of this Act except by Roberts, Alachua, spent Thanksgiving mill everyone will be especially' invited :Mr. a nil l :\ .\. B. Surrency returned -

the pound l. and. any person' firm or here with relatives. to take part.Kdyth I from, Jacksonville Sunday afternoon
v corporation violating this section shall Quite a eniwd of. the Brooker folks''' : Jewel, Kubanks, of Lake City after. taking in the fair Established rty'Ytrs i

be guilty of a misdemeanor., iixsemblcd, on the banks of ;Now; River is here on a visit to her grandparents/ -- ---. -- _
A-. Approved' May: I 12:!. 1! 17. last Thursday, with plenty of goodtil '' :Mr. and ;Sirs./ K.: L. Crosby, 1I1.1.EH: h' __
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I (1t; MI \Mirahani. Miller. 111'('. .",.-:Mrs.' D. L. Clyatt r

Ia.. tliero ti) niil: n ,siIn ?M-II" "f iin-u's Hour. like a fi"II-t. For rii"t i visited relatives in High Springs part I SEEDS
j I"'r. I.Uiieheoti. ttts, Ins, "", ,r... -e."! III" t. iii.., s there I, II \\1': (; ,. Dor.) 5,-Mr. and Mrs.I ' N. of, last week.
s e was t.ilkin ; tu a" little I,! nl' ;i.ieini. soinetiim-s I'llis'ila' l.Uei.. I O.I Jones attended the funeral of their"other. D.1! E. Drawn and son, Eurie attended I New Spring Catalogue
Diiioit. Th..l\r..1. \ ,.. .. i ReadyWrite
words 1 h ml, (I' inl., ,milk, suiii.c' lindnini: + <'ra. -' Mrs.. Sealy Edwards' at StarkeMonday. ] the state fair at Jacksonville
1..1I.1'llI l'II. ililoii\, 1'.1.t, oat "I"-. iiatini-iil rrm--ers, : or 1.11111'111:1.: : and Friday.Denzil for
Thursday to-day copy.
r.isi-iut. rii.illmi; 'bar| nil. This i 1. +
ili.-m.ed: on sieeiulto |' I :Mrs. l Kilwurdson: l and! daughter of i Thomas! visited", friends at
autl ,
I ,
> uij oun i.istj' I ,
'mi 'cn"I"nM old TIIIIO :11:11': If need
I'ook- the
.. : : i you are a beginner you information
von.. t liked I"""I'. .1\1.1 'r, Newtous and of Sampxon City, were here Monday on Alachua Saturday' and Sunday.
(....1.111). | us >hi- '|1'1. Uia ,'iro hit s tt h.'n| we hail, business.Mr.. '' Socbor" Stokes was a business i- : contained in the booklet, if
and, ears. lnislit .\ 1 r ,iet renal and Nalilsuo' and those I Wainwright and Sheriff Epperson tor to Lake Butler Saturday.
\\(',.|n i tiii.) '(lIrk. andlaylleht: I", 'vere' "our party ".IM. I of :Starke.:; were here Tuesday on Miss! Christine Townsend of Lake : not you will want it anyway
"hoMi.s ''' Ih"r.. f'W' "Q.'I'"" 'hi.'I . the Thanksgiving holidays -
r" Is business.'
ir just n Butler spent I
I Mt of. 11I'f' _1o.1t/-;:: i E KILGORE SEED COMPANY
\ .
., u< happily, ' I Hill (;iurney, Mounteocha: was in with Carrie Belle Brown.

vliildri'u.Ihlll* .". I've MIIPI ii\iMi> tli that.y hour wi-ro I..1111,1,1 ks',' conilnir> very day-for and :Mrs. David Kelly and H.D. trip to Alachua Saturday.It. +++++M+++M +-.++++4++++ff, +'IIIII..I +++++++++I +I +I ++. M.
e' 'nnd* 1 "both !know
liil'li-s.' First I had t. rldIIr'aI. w1111 r foodas I I r WII..din. and son :'o1t'rl.Villie S. :Miller was in Lake Butler on
wo must 1 ,
rhea when they\ '. .. If ve would Price. Schell\ Byrd, Mrs. W. P. Byrd Business' Saturday.J. to entertain. Methods. of Conducting a Recitation., "
lo huddle. I 1 s ; '"I 1 tarter their : nnd, ,children and sister. Mabel and L. Brown made a business trip to After partaking of an excellent, din- After each talk the Socratic method

me In tat ways like I D. M. Byrd Tommie Wasdin and family Dukes last week. ner the teachers repaired to the school war followed out, and the president
a.v"; " tn '1tJa , In I were in Starke Tuesday. Mrs. S. V. Stokes', of LaCrosse', visited building' and at 1 o'clock. the association led in most interesting discussionsof .

.1 111' In Henry :Murrhee of Eustis is. here, herson. X. H. Stokes, part of last was called to order by the president I the furcjuinlC'otal subjects.

', I"lIt. I visiting his brother Irvin Murrhee. reek Prof. C. E. Tope teacher of experimental
"m' Chesley' Fogg made a business trip Mrs. Nelson. Ritch and :Mrs. Alvarez farming in the Bradford In a business session it was moved
r' ''OJ : to ta."e.tlne"day.. !)d Raiford. visited Mr. and :Mrs' H. C. and carried that the members of the
litrh School.Ii"; .* :Mae :McKinney, ,
:Messrs./ "' Quigley and Lacy Wynn of ['(('I'll's Sunday evening.J. of Lake Butler discharged her duties( Bradford County Teachers Association
Starko. wore here Wednesday", on bus F. Williams attended the State assess themselves one-half of one
V11ede I as secretary.Miss j
iness.F.dd. Fair Thursday. per cent of one m..'nth's salary to enable
'- : Olive Ray made a talk on the I
M the t Smith of Gainesville was here the body to employ some .
subject' "Profitable SeatVork; or My fine educator ,
Thursday.Messrs. BRADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS j' to address the teachers
top of today'sy Jas.. Reynolds and Tom :Mills ASSOCIATIONAt : Method of Keeping the Primary Folks at their ,next meeting late in Jan
1\1\< market list by drth lusy." Miss' Ray discussed the merits -
too- pont part of last week in uary. ,
etoot unanimous hone business and attending the fair. Hampton last Saturday the public of twenty-seven kinds o' profitable The time place and. for

Pad or vote of the family, t MPI'IU Mr. and :Mrs. :Murphy Price were in school teachers of the county met eat work demonstrating with several the program
were WII Y1 eaougt 1 Starke Friday on business. together and held an interesting session. kinds of primary materials. Prof. S. next association will be published -

hour MATIOKAL BISCUIT COMPANT bill ill aysdalutr. :Miss Thelma Curry spent Thanksgiving S. Dowlintf gave a very clear and early in January.The .
"You see, even ways ol- Micanopy: with her parents. The teachers were met at the depot forceful talk on the "Demerit Sys-
sent on. "are much .wl; as only' : Quite a number attended the party by Prof. Wiggins, who acted as host tern" which was an able discussion
They are most lovable uun pji"nu I'roduvU' can 1<0. During the nt Louise Friday evening at the home For the association and several young of discipline, in which he laid stress Qwalae Jut Docs Not Aitect TIN (lead
moat tractable after they're had years when my table were growl.,. I who conducted them to the the sure, though not severe, punIshment I Bersuee of I.nel..
National DUcuitlw i "f :Mr.( and :Mrs. Charley :McKinney. people on JA*AW1 l ftoct. LAXA-
lIowetblnc to eat. hp we never misset| .
? the Cbl! small misdemeanors. TIE BROMO.01; ININf.!: Taowu,) ua tw ..k. ..
.1,1011. & "jr>: texlu viU. Chil- dreo' Hour with its tasty Willie, Price made a business tripto pleasant homes of a number of the of many \ by feast Live Oak Friday: citizens who had so kindly volunteered :Miss Edward discussed. "The Best : 1.0 .'. ., a. a GRur L oS ...._...... ua ""a. JO,*.



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HERE IS ONE WHO BECAME A BISHOP rN, {q, '''': j:. ,, .. I

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Rt. Rev. Charles Sumner Burch for I I'C \. lt .. :;''
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| Thirteen Years an Editor, Now One 7 I f.."......._..,'I'

of Joint Commission Directing Na- r* k T{ f Cis .

tion-Wide Campaign.Out ,. V -u .. ...:.. ..:.:..

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of the noise and tension of editorial rooms newspapermen i t ..
have gone to positions strangely contrasted ,, '":. ":. 1.,:';
to those they left. mow .

Here is one who left the editorial desk to achieve a :i'V .
I bishop's robes. k .
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For 13 years he was Charles Sumner Burch newspaper \

editor of Kansas City and Detroit. Today he is l .

I the Right Rev. Charles Sumner Burch Episcopal Bishop ..4. '..fM......:.
of New York. F .
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Formerly his words went from the typewriter to the CAMELS supply cigarette' contentment beyond anything: ".' :.'

composing room and so to the columns of the dailies to experienced You ,never tasted such full- \." .... .

help mould! public opinion. Now they go: out to the t bodieil rn.'llownllldnl'ssll.'h ;

members of the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New . : refreshing appetizing ...: ..
York and beyond helping; to inspire the Church to '' ; E ,jt flavor and coolness. The more Camels: you smoke the !. :.;::.

meet the responsibilities, which the day of reconstruction < t k .. ..I' .. .
+ a '
': + ; s a 1 greater: becomes your d..tIRhtCame. arc such'a cigarette :"., ,
has laid upon it. 1' "F "*. .:.. ,
For when the supreme body of the Church the tnen- t' yw + 1 revelation i'f ,i <<'

niel yoneral( convention met recently in Detroit-the' : a r. ,,,,- Everything about Camels! find lso .. "I' 'J'
city where the Bishop of New York once turned out ;. n you fascinating! is due to ; .::.';;

"copy" for the pr'ss-it appointed him to the Joint ::,.,r. j-7 their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and 'lg'f' : :

Ciimriiisi which with the authority of the entire f' '-' choice Domestic tobaccos !' ....

Church behind it, is directing the $4 Episcopal r. :. :.i.,

Natinn-Wnle, Campaign by which the Church plans to t aJL, Y'IU.1 I say Camel are in a class! by I'mll'lvt'sthey seem :...',/'

expand its work in every field and play its full part in 'V muc/r to meet : ; J't..
I tt your own personal taste in so many ways! i !::
building a new order out of the present chaos ai ire. : t .a....-: V
Bishop Burcli saw-perhaps( with the old "news sense" Freedom from any unpleasant aftertaste ; .t." "i
} cigaretty or unpleasant \, -\ ::; ,
-the of the Nation-Wide Campaign from
the first.importance c:. cigurvtty odor makes Camels particularly] desirable :; t" :

"I'rovidence," said he, in his first pastoral address to '' I l Mnd to the most fastidious smokers. And you smoke dm el 3 usIvFxlspy ;

the Diocese of New York following his elevation to the iv m
5 liberally
t r ; as meets
your own wishes for
f they tire
bishopric, has furnished us. at the beginning of our I your ; .

new mutual relationship, with a task worthy of our k e taste! You are always keen for the : .

highest powers. rx f? cigarette ;... .. \1
= satisfaction
The Nation-Wide Campaign is intended. to reach ri_ 18c. a package that makes ,;: '7'.t;..

and touch the life and of ;_ '5F, Camels attractive.
purpose every man, woman: # a r G' Smokers realize .i"":.

and child connected directly or remotely with theChurch's a .4 ti Y that the value is in the F.rand .
cigarettes ::
existence. If the Church of Christ is to holdfast nv t a r ' :. .

to and conserve the great spiritual values won vL do not expect premiums or coupons ;:\.. ..;

through the heroic sacrifices willingly offered by our t ' .J..
brave men and boys in the world's most tragic war, It r. 1 k: ,. I'

must awaken in each man a keen sense of his individual ;r + + ." Compare Camels! with anyciga- .;...1..0/-.T :\...,;; i

responsibility for conserving these values." Rt. Reverend Photo' bv Charles Paul Thompson,Sumner; Burch % ry; yI' 4: U I- rette in the world at any price tifi.g pa1v ;

': /' .r* mnlrt .v..'......h.ft> in aciitntiArmtlv ;v. iC
a rr' }, ./.-..f. /.nrb "* cf :20 ulerHfr. nr fun ji.' .. ;fi'y'r7e ;: '!:: '
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r .tI I Jon ?."nr..tI.1 .n n .'I.-rIr sneer.reel ', /t:;:;
KMT: : BROOKLYNH ( "''' "rfi>it VV. ifni.t'f/!'r. tf, . .\ ."
i i Id hills round 1 Kfy.tomPark PI'!!- t11' o.a .h,. < r.upply .... _:
RED fittoiiiv .
BLOOD nr n/ncti '
s / .to
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iiiii.n.n!: :y ; > the' si-ning/ of pi'i-ans and r. or **'hr.) t I II tr\-l I t ._.

Ae> stoni I'arli" :New; Town in Clay oranges :Many hundreds. of acres are R.J.RI'il.U
: ,,) iGDACCO COMPANY tit:
MAKES BESTCOMPLEXION e n Bradford Line to be set within the! next' sixty ,days Winilon-Snlrm
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"' : SALKS Jl'MI- OVEKFIVK } :II .... .. '- ;; .;.. ;
i" Mirunff intercstiiiK ofi \.n : .
! news .. .o1..L.'f'N.. '' -,-
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i ,,>. . ;I't( nn if n stylish new town inCiity lirXI>REIl PERCENT ..t.-. .-...f'. .\..... -. ..:":.''.'.'..''.;...r'' ..,.....)..-.;,.....'',''.."". c". -.!r 1'......-or.,.,.......f.'

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I'liuiitabuttinir: on the Bradford .""' ,. ..... , .. .. : ... j" .:!..: :. ..t;?
WIIOLKSO.MK:: 1 rOMI'I.RXlON Tin : 1. \.; .. 1,;. .. .,} '_ _... J_ ... . ;... .". .0-... ..
i oiintv( line, toe reproduce| from the"fi'tnt Dr.) William 101 Tunic (;inlltl). in 4

I'HIIIIU GLORY OF ALL '" number of the Green Cove Demand) for "Flu" Treatment t I
II -
E.LTIIII'; AND; Times The town i is in the lake rt'trinn. j
beginning in southi-astern Bradford .
While the influenza plague was!

PEI'T(). IAX\; and, n more lovely location could
MAKES rut be found. The soil is also l excel- | Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over WOULDN'T N T TRY I I n. f i'I... n <'n h chiTk fir :x per rent. of the par value of
lent. The Times i A 7 APKINS.HKINS. I Ins ImnilH liiil' for.
says : | ben ('(ont. There be I I. \ .
per can only one !Spi-rlal. MniiUr. !Htiiil ImfiiU In ili'llvcri-il. ( to (tin ptirchaavrtin
I I ."lnl/, /laiinnil Si.hcilur,, t U-n 1 I-H.
In .
The Lawrence
Developing Company reason for such a tremendous increaseand .litnilfiry Ifilh. 11120.
t.T: 'II ftID: HOlliES AM I U 1
IIELI'S CIIANf.K: ; PILE COM-) which' is i clearings several thousand, that is that'Dr.) Williams 101 I TO TAME A WILD-GAT MASTER'S SALE in 'I 1 r.I in- r"right df tti. reject any or till blila. .hercbr.

acres for the planting of pecans and Tonic i-i i u correct treatment for the
I'LEXIONS TO BLOOM I !I'lnlii, iitul liyirliie of a 1-innl Ih-crff of. iiOAnn or. HONII' TWISTERS!
OK HEALTH !.eat" 'nma oranges. in the western and l lof "Flu] LaCirippe, Chill and Cold ('as-I I I...i..1-.n. I , innilianil. .' rrmliTi'il by Him. J. T. |I 1 f |I. < lll sri-'flM.1 UOXH I AND

the has had its engineer well \\ iii. luilfi. i'l' I the Circuit Court of. Klnriiln. ., MKIlHiK/ IMSTItir-T\ NO. ONE.
county, es, as us. Malaria and other fev- '
l Kii/hth: Jinliciiil. . Circuit in and for llnnlfnril. "U"'OIIl'" ( IIUNTY H.OK-
The hculthy.; a traiiiwoman-- hur y during the last few weeks' laying -1'''. (Quinine, the enemy of disease Mr. Dodson Warns Against Use i iiiinly. in ( )liiiuri' ry/ HiltinK. in Shut. rertnin,. I IMIIIM' ll' \

out their new town site which' i i' is of the -, l he.em| '1', II. I'BrUiT. .1. K. I'lirker and I Hy E S VmiEWH./ .
jreriiis, one ingredients of
and man, too-with a wholesome complexion 'I of Treacherous, Dangerous II 1//""",. IIH .nilminlHtrlitoro. of the< vHtnlrnT "11-1 4-llM--rit. Chmrnmn.
is the envy of those who feel ti> be known as Keystone Park thl'1111111l' this efficient medicine Magnesia: is II r 'I'flt-ki-r, ikci'iini'il. wi-ri' complninimlM' I I

that for such being taken from thp Keystnnr&tatt | another' important chemical contained i iI Calomel. and ,I' N Show nod. Thi-inlociu. Shaw lii,, .
them attractiveness is I II MllKK OF APIM lrTIOV FOR Tit I EEI>
\''Iaxan. : Ufft 1 mltmlH.... I I. the unilerHivni-il., .UN > t
impossible.And <- i I'cnns.vlvnnia] ) where most of l i in th' tonic. It cleanses' the liver and Spec, ul MHMIT. lia. i- !haled I iipnn and hill, I'NUKIt: : ,SKC1ION. I7I! OP THE

health attractiveness the gentlemen interested I in the "'''H.rH'H'lh' j liuwels. of acrumulatcd'. Iron ...II bforrho Ciiull lloii. .< ,III. III, Shirks, i I.KNFKAI.: 8TATDTKS!
yet and Colomol cnlivntpHl, It's mrrmiry.Caloini1 II Count. > rlorlilii. bvlwrrn the I""h'h" Nntli'i' m hero(', glum ilml \ H Hurri'ncy.I.H.IIKIM .
arc much a matter of good red blood : the rich blood producer is the third.It arts. like, ilyniimile on n luj.-- .". ..r .n1. ,, on, !Monday. Ihi- nth dAY of Jan. r of lux, Fi-rlillrnli' Nnir: dale,. ,

and unless n man or woman is 11111i<,ted The location of the new town i ii i- builds! up strength stamina and gist liverVlien ;ealomrl intocontact ,iiinv A !11 lieu the name ln-lnir n 1 U'ffal ..1,... Ill IM ilnv nf. 1I..I..r.. A.. 1)I I'.117.\ linn tiles
COIOI-K) mini, ,, a
.lint \ I.. ,. rirl'lliiil in ifoirir* nod hit-, mode! .. >.
I" \1.hlvlleKl lltlll st Illllllvi. Its followilly !
with some deep-seated or serious i ideal-lying along the shore of big vitality ; and strength will win against with sour hilt it eriflit'S into it, d.cuh-d! | ,ri'iil ..10"'. Hituate. *) In .'. .phc'iilii'ti l fit tux dent lo ,near. In nrritrilnntf'

ailment vigorous health and 1 personal. Lake Geneva nod l extending bark tn any (lineage.Jrn euiiHiiiff eriimpinu! /and, iiaii_eu I C..unlv I lorliln. t"-wil : I uilh lnv, sal, ...rllll.'..... I'lnlinic the toll .
I If feel\l ; I| Inwinf' ili'irritiril' ,, pen' rte mlnnti'il,' In -
charm 1 I. r'r. :"..t h"11" % Florida. rnil- you liilioiiM. heinlacliy(, coilHti- '
within i .
arc reach. Loin lour .
easy : and idle buttles at your. drug I. and Sin .11.'H' ''''' '''''''''y. I 1'I..hln. tu-wll :
I'tpto-Manjran: is responsible for the .. 'ii.l.! Tlif fid<1 Drooklyn townsite is store. Refuse all I paled and, all knocked. ul i |l jn-t /pi to "lit-lni-, -. n I IHI,, To\vnnhlp. Seven 'i7 >. South. I N..llhI"lr, / of Siiiilhui.Ht t IJunrlvr of Smith.M'tnl .
II' attempts to palm your un--nt/ 11.I.; ) ,.of,,f hJ1|>; ..i.ii.> s" of thousands to be' eliminated ax resident town substitutes.. There is only Liver Tone for a few "'('nt. willedis ii .tin ,i.nipfil, n "f 1' N. !Show nnd'rhr'uurii E.: 17 rierrl.Tin .

who formerly] were thin, pale anil the station and trackage/ then-I f i Dr. Williams 101 Tonic.-Adv-:3 onl'I j jI jI .a harmless veetiilile) Milixl it its for -.i hit "ifr., to. satisfy. nod I' ,' FinalMtmiiiy'it Mini. Inn, In 1 inir HHHiimiil, at the dittt.
will bo itili/.c-tl, for freightage The ; L" Ices' and. Conic.. Tonne : of the InMUfinci' nf mich ri rt ficati.' In the nnnioI ,
languid and easily exhausted. Pepto- / j jromjany I tliuif/eroiiH ,culiiiuel.. Tnke a Hpoonful( nisi "I'llsll. nf Unknown.

:Mnnlr," n h.. i "iniivt. these folks in will build a new station at j I "I..IT! J JI I If it doesn't start your liver and I I I I" A /. AfKINS. I I Unh'Hi *MII.1| c. ttilii'nti. ihiil1 n.' rudnemndnrrordlns "
the thi' northern terminus of Keystone\: straighten you lietter and ; I f MiKIVS., !SHKlnl, !MaHlvr.I'l.mplnoinnt .
i up ipiiekerthan '
full-blooded (energetic vigorousill I . Solicitor.{ 12.' to l-i. I to tow 'tnt ili'>iil will liwitm thirrunI
,. at its intersection with the nu' .ty rnlomel and. without leaking j I I IhiBlh day ..r IliK-i'inlii... A. D. IK ID.
--u'.I; I ,it urnlialilv eat ilo the avenue I DCr.;. : Mrs. I I.Tllhn"
Ztf. : .---Mr. and : Jack --- -- ,
sick. Wltni'hM nlTlc-inl' !
you you just tin Lark and get my Hlunnturt and leal thlaI
sarr ; i . G. S. & F., and will at once build u i spent, last week with their i iI money. your I snrnirrs S\IK i the r.lh ilin < Nmi'lnlirp J\. D 191!!.

I'epto-Manjfan contains' !* the elements $10,000 hotel upon a commanding I dlllllt'htl'I'11'8.: J. W. Lewis. I!. If you take ealomel. leaui.k II. n I.v n.ns.Ix. ulvm that ,. W I KP- W. 'r. WKEKS.:
today you'll
SfI: \I.
'' ,. ShiTiir, i.r llnulfiTil. Slate nf i ) Clerk
II.i-iii Cininly.
that .! "r \ being hind-icapcMl l that
make! rich hculthy blood.A J. \ | ,115..1: :. l and! son, I Floy. and! nauseateil tomorrow, ; lienides' I "I'll.rlIn. rand liy > lrlu, nf hint crrtnlnnt IIR.. A. WEEKS:

d a" result of the ;increased, supply '- fronts, both upon Lake Geneva andKovstnne attended thp literary society! I l-'riday i' it may' salivate you, while if you take I uf, 'Mention l-niii'il tint <>t and unili-r thml ,' 'll.-.ei. n'pul, Clerk

of red blood that Peptn-Manirnn: Lake I afternoon. I Hoilson'H Liver 'I nun you will wiikiup" ,..r Hi. Rlmiit Court of llrnilfonl Cniintv"iiilf : .

the .\ ".d..mi..l| feature of this town- I I11' f..linflr"IIt'/ / full of ambition and iiT l'l..riilii. uunlnitl. II. \. Shaver ,trailmi' ; In the County .,...111':. court of Bradford
creates entire system attains the ready I .
i :\ and 1 :Mr. 1 I'I. I D. Jr-hii and sun for work .HH II A Sh"" r'limpnnv., and' In. fnvnr. i 'oiiniv( ., FloHiln. In rrolmti.
vigor that beltings to man and site is the fact that not one old 1 unitrliily I or play. lt's darnileHit, |pleasant "r.< II Rubrts'. nod lit'iitlnu dole. the nihS I In
every 'a-.i,eil, through burg | lie!! : Estate: of Charlie P. Cwn..1.-.
; our Friday af-
building the grounds and ...f. to give to children ; they I,-,. A. I) tliltt. will olfi-r fur >..Je! Cfaard.
woman. I 1 ternoon enruut to Waldo.. like it. and oil) In. thihlirtifit nml l t..1 lii.lili-r r.1I' I Nolle
Pcpto-ManKun M' prepaied in two that hat a been selected as it is plan- Xitf school j \ Iii' wfor. nl the ciiurlhiiumilnor' In the
box of '- !
sent a provisionto Town : To .
: all creditor, ,
ipyatt'rii. ilmtrlhiiti'ra. anit
of .m . llrnilfonl, Florida |
form I*. Ii<|iiid and taldi-t-. They .! !F tied by the railroad to move the Pl'- the Orphans Home in Jacksonville :MUM' KIn . r Ci.untv. 'nil pr-rMinH, ha. lag claima vr emends atcainitj
".n M..n.lHy. .lunimry a/ A I) I1I2H. the nm 18'
alike ''d"'I1'1I1"Iu' ,' iin I-i-rtion help'gttarters to the old I I "lifit. 1"Iu 1. M...., .il. l-loruln' "I fwtattr. :
etaetly: in n1< I' '
for Thanksifivinn. I ... my it lean I N ,1. ilny of nlil' cmirl, ilurlnv
) ; S li I 'iMlli'lill I ,
: :
III II Cui.l'.inli
Ask dnijrj-'i-t f"i "( ;..idi--" ITrooklyn site thus eliminating thei.nly I. 'I.I .. Ifiiiil liouri. nf .""'.. thifnlliiwinir. { pi'montil, Yen and I eii' i f yen urn hfrfby notifivdnnd ,
your A : -I I of folksth . i i nay' In. >io>c i n.
y.n.nff ,'irlv.. 'in ', ''''Iy. Horliln. tn wit : riiiuiri'd n i rea,'nt any claims' and de-.
\vl i ."J"I'. It; I'. "' "-1l.i 'citn. Look.. beset that interfere ; I II 1 I.IHIU.Coinnlnlniint.. imimlN.., whirh" '
'II'''' "I'r'ndni" tat the home of J Almut nti llniiiMiiriir 'bean 'ImmiifrH.W. ' yo'i or lthi'r of You may, b...
f"1. i I. i I.", ' -" ". th" p.i'-k- A eliib house and pavilion will be IJ. Thoma :: I .1 III'I: 'RRSON: . I auainNt thp f-alato of Chnrli-a I I'. Canun. tlt. >-
,1111',11111ilfht.. I v> ,. .. ntietl, .
r late
uf Iliadford
SI.rift) II (
ajfi"i 'v' i i. I i It i 1)fIII Lake Geneva at om-e IIn./. / : I I.. 1 I.. SIIPII, Jr.' et ul./ | uniy. County. Morlda." 4.
Mr. Ihr
and Mrs. undbmtunrd
( W. 11. Shaw /llIdl'hll. : \ ; I I J .I In" I.2 Florliln.fOMMISKIOVr a.liutnltitrnliic l of mild vatat

- own'I'-I n tn now r'lf'lirlnir .' ,. I, .."f'.. _. ..... .".'.... ..". _". .L.. .. .. _.. _, .. DefunfliintH. ._. I - --- -------- -- uvllliln, !Iwo! wekMi (nun the ,In'. 10,....,.,.
!to "un lllpi'HrinK' oy mi Mill* 11 Ii|Hii-iiiiv| i.. i nn eeUn n. 1.II'ml. 211, A. I). 1010.
for hand-
building ; US' MAT KHerihy
ii) preparation I.rf .10.I seek here, writ relativeIV. I" flips. in .Ihi nb"v.. MiiU'd, cnno, ,. I hut thi*
. ... niilHiin uUrn' that ends and' > 'i 'r'ili. them. ,
t >w" ing named derrruImla' .
upon is rr nuri.niiitl.vntn"T
.- sue siri-v" tn report the illnePiles of that .."Ial" deerof pnrtlliim fn- 20 U." A. nlnlHtratlx nf Nikid r>tat..
tinHint nf Ho. Mil. mid. . .
thus their
'I'll'" v'-n-itc work has been given i ,of.1 .-: rvuppet Iciest In the rlreiiil Oiiirl for Drailfor.1, Corm, ,
'11'r', '.f Landscape (Engineer: Ki" j If> ,plnct-H of rialIpner ?i-f aA follow, : iriwlt; I ly. St.' . of Florida' In fhanci'ry .n the IWnililny ,
8. M.-lnhanl itn.l :
-- Rrvin K Mclnhnnl.cic.iirtniri .. of N'ovi'mlK -. A. l I'I 111)) ". ,in nn net Ion for :.a rlt (IF UNAI. )isrii\HfK;
1 .J.. I I IIhkh assures the compai | | lilting. InininitiM I untie the firm Ten monlhi' after, dm' j
nartittnn{ thrum pMiillnir. whi-n In !M II Wnndnnf '- herpof I will
; Cured In 6 to 14 Days! nnrni end ntyl if K S. Mctnhnnl. ... prv
Well! ( & Urn.. nt my vourh and.
Keen / .r attractive park and'r' IM I conmil/oniint! and' C V. flolilcr and ra llnnl ai'count to the
many | Dru ln'uml, ni*> nrld.-ntu| *.f the City nT. s n' ,,nnnh. In th- .. . lion Gnu; A. ,;... .
: money If PAZO OINTMENT fiillrli .If(fr I love Hnlili Sump Ailklnn. nml 10. .l1n.- County .Judif,. of
I f iitun-t, An eighty foot pllrk.f :I '..f' ; 'hiq:;: mind: lli-iMlinUor, Pnitruillntl;; I'mi.i ::-.. Sttitiof; (:it i.r i/in : I hand H. A. "Ilk I.,. .loi'i'rihin' .KITHI-V anilluinliHril Itnidford' county, Florida and) ash for my ll 4

Do not a"cw:: the .1 I "" e terminating at the hotel i I i ? -. ,.' / ,P '''V''j In hm4 Piiist' and yuu mi j .Inrob Cohen Inime ( .ihtn and Aaron C..)hi>n, .lamK'. wry Kirhnnl 1(. ll'tlili-r' Pal illKi-hnrice .. ndininuilrator nf thu putattii
: r .1 'r t. fir t "...>'llc/uua. I riflHirtnerM' doing. biiHlnii.r> tinilvr the flrmMimp and, wit,.. Aililie. (lolilrr' and, T .1 1 ll.ililiT anilwife. "i f A. liynl. ill, ,termedUna (
poisons cf undlnestcd, : ground in a big circular civic center _F'N.I:: __. I end style of Jacnh fohrn ft Son. ireu ,, Horenrillolilfr.' lire .ilfffnilnnt, thiimtfrMlirni'il > iJBili day .r Siptimlifr, mi-?
food to nccutilate: : in i ..,. i-" will be lorated' ( nineof xidfntn.. i>f ihf City of I' *ti>riibtirir in theOii" i ni4 lomminHioni-rH will! i.trer fur TOM IIYAr.
bowels here . LIFT CORNS OR of VfruInU : j nati, at thf front dear of (h.' courthouii.- instiirki. 'l-'-' 'mlh...
your v they i i MI.( i n a feature On" of the IIHHO A. WyU-r. Adam K. Wyli-r and Arthin AilmlnUtrator.TI .

are rh sorbed! into your ,1,1|, ,.iri to be eroded will be \.. Wyli'r, cn-pttrln.nt unilvr thf Arm I.hO' fifth.. Hrnilforil' ilay of .1 County uuun' ry. r' ll>.'".I Ih. .some Monday'I"! .

system.) Indigestion;:! yonupution a substantial store, the owner being CALLUSES OFFDoesn't njimc, and.. ..v..* of Wyi-r| Aekcilnml' ft Cr.m. miH Iniral sal..., day of itni.l court, during( thfliinl No i1IF: > pill foiis!' AVI;Is 'lvr.iTon/t .
Inc' 'y A. rfniilcntM nf th. City, of ( I
headache, bad . i iin I l hoiim of Half. and. wdlell lo thi. hiirh- All periling Indi'titfd' to tin ..1,,(.. of A 't
blood, and numerous \I in 1 the I ground. ,Ihr I Slate nt Ohid eil end. "Iw.l hlilili, r for .....h in hood I llt.> follouinv ,- !>.yal. late, of llrndfiird roimty.. 1lnrhla1 rfw
other troubles are bound This townsite i is on the new prop'nd - of'I hut tu. nnil' frnifyntM| ., err ,Her. the age : ilencrilinl rial catute. lying and licinu .. ...,.,. are re',.iimtul, ,to pay heir I ...1.! l debt.
twfnty ni' yciint and that thn I. .
lo fallow.:! Keep your hard surfaced road that it i hI pro- hurt! Lift any corn or son in tho fltnt-. of Florida the .rviei* no of rub per. 'in Flii-'inninir flni'ifon! (nl aunty.Southwest Ft.rl'b1I ,Cnrnpr l..wil .., North- atrninot forthwith.adtilde and, all shall iienonii. file' the having Name claima. duly

system clean, as thousands ;.. nl for and build! the eomand callus off with T one upon. whom would bind the HHH) des went quarter i.>f SouthfnM cjuartfr of Si>rtion iilhenllriiuil' with, thr undemivni'd{ ailmlnNtrator -
cf ethers: do, by . fingers i t. ntnntn or eltb'r of them.It '< 'rhl,'> -..ix. ,in Townnhlp. !Seven South. 'KaniM within ont year, Iron: lute hereof, '
will Western or 'f
taking an occasional dose -? that put I I I In thffcfor** ordvrcd1. that Bald' nun..**'* Tuiol,>.tu>i tA.: ,. Ihfnn run North 2f| ffft they will tip forfvfr I.Th. ......,/. .
' |1". man and l within easy .1 U nt: <|pf+ndnntn hr and nr* hrrvby iiiirMl thence F.., 'HI, feet I. thpnrr Hollth 9111 feet 2 Jlh' tiny of Srttwmlu'r. ism. '
of the old! reliable: t. I bill :
> iippriir to the of complaint Sled. .
in iiid
etable, family liver medi- f I ill; I i-n ('.'Vl' Spring";; In fae, | i 'itiFi ..n or nfforv Mondny. the roth des of I thence Wet ado: ffft to point of twirlnnlnir' u- 8.UI. TOM flY A'? V
nn'l) .
'. < onlnm'ri' .r 'Ihref caws mew or IfMN.I. Admlnxtrator.DltDHt .
cine. ;ad| hntild become at once ono I hm-mry., A D. 1'Jothcrwix** the nllvun- I I. V AI.VAFIR7.' "

.f :h.. mum state highways of the II dy' aid of 1 ".said.fendnntii.It bill .will be taken UN eonfuMCil I I W. ANIII KWR: .''n.I .. Flllt IM "III.ICATIOV

Thedford'sBlackDraught -e'n' i'ui"much as all traffic will g"IMI I hx I ('A further mere.*d. that thi order. br. "...b. I l.-l! to 1 I-.' / A WP.KKM.:AII CnmmlMlnntr. In flrcuit. ('"..1'1. /Rlat or Florida.. Eighth 1

( I' :t from Jacksonville to Gaino- r J 77dq' 'ixhril ono. .a week! for flv_ iwindtHtiitlvit. .ki tndlrial, I7ireuit.: ft''M".1 /-.IM.U. fH nkH-
l i i in in.* HiHiironi county ivii'trrupn.. a wwpa. "try.
i. I I-: m.Tf." when one considers th"i : I I' ,Inr pukllHhf d l In avid. ttiiuniy. and utatv.I 11.\ 'I.E OF 'ItOAft AMI I IlKllir.K' : IIOMlSIferihy \1 i 'nF.) n. s\x.J I IA

i n'ri. i -f, milts to be saved over any I I Thin' Novumhrr inil, A. II Kill.I nntipf .. uin, n that nt. 2 oVI'.cW n (brcut'l.lnantCa 1 11 i'Aj
i m. 1'hu..y. the IMIi .if
W. T. WEEKS. 'Iny flfpfmhi "I'tjiat
t" This, rout" through' th"I I 'e I I I 'SEAL) 'Clirk rimilt Court the county court h.,,.. In Rlark. Florlila.' H JOHNSON.IMftnilant.. I a

..I I tif the county i k spent| By It. A. WEEKS. thf unilemlirnivl, will/ niter for >al. .linn.ono t ,
I \ V. LONG "rinratui. of (hiir.A'i nno. on. nf horn!* to !>. It
,r r.h"eenic highways, so much< : ,. iMunl) appearing by nfrlilavlt app mini' I to the .
Holieitor for ( by Sprintlend anil Brlili/n, Dlnlrlct
mc.ninHnl' Mil ni..| In the filmy .1a1 o.1 ....,
advertised down the state as it tra- Vumbfr. One of Bradford, County, r'tnrlija.' . authoring Johnm.n. the ilffrnilnnt Ihiri-ln< e. that A. R.
Mrs.V.. F. Pickle of . by C'hniitvr .!III" an amemful( Ir named Ii a ,4
I of f
inifrnhlf, beautiful Ink"- I BALE' the Hint i>f, and hla
RISIIHJ fawn. Ga., wl.leso"e' : I i Chapter TWil I.awi I'nilrr 1.1..e. In ,
and hy vlrtilr of a Kinal Dftfrte of Cant 10 \r II n if ton Av -
\ have use-d Thedlord's and hill, passes many prosperous F'' loiiuri. mad with Ihf raoiutl"n..f. the 'Hoard of nui-. SD-lnnfli-1.1,
i r andn.Ir.i' liv Ifnn ,1. 'I. Ohio and In over the age
lilack-Uraught ILl ,(1..h""n.1 l gives one a I I I Ulll, :: Judge nf the ,ircil.lI't' of Flnriilll; Vo 11.1'rll.Io'p.,emtVr llth. of 1019.l the aid/ I'lutrii-t" nf twtrntrMin, yarn. It ,In Umrpfortf ortlvrtHf.
I I Kivhth, .ludf sal rintul', . unit' rr Hint nalil non-rolilint defendant he '
a lamily nuJicine. My f >!. unbroken pine forexts in Hradforil The .aid InindK tinto. Iw datedInly I"'. and la
I' aunty, in rhaneprv n-ttint' In thnt hi-rt'liy rcoiilri'fl. to appear tit the liill' nf '
.. certain tfom*
'. could not l .. I'M", and' will lif Iiuiii4il)
motlier-n-l" : be in Iw.n'y..lllnJ' 'iJHiirie .
lun.." to Plnlnt nit-il
: In yet occupied rouse whvrfin' T. R 1'nrki-r. I K: Farlnr .. ... In nalil, cause on or before Mnn-
take salon. seemed\ r '1 hi flit rIq b 'made. Idly, I.'. day. Ihi. I r
t : nnr n ffQuinn. a< ailrainiHtratori' nf the raet ir.ih .niv "r rvr.mhxr ,\ II. tII I It.
too strong for she I i *' of M. ('. Parker *.-,,. romplninantii., anil* !1112.(' and fach surer.dlnv .Hfrie to mature ,..h,., win. ,* lh.. nll,I""A' 0". of ..1.1| i.iii'," will .b.
i.myiar lat ..... .
Thi, will he in charge r than the wh eh prffidfit .
used Ulack-Drauchtasa "Yo pavilion | I M Shaw. .tr. and Emma Show. hi. vifr. taken ft. r..llr.'I.Y 1 l alil 1)1) fi-mlnnt'
..if \Ii l I'kns., with a ha..hnlllfam.. i w're dh. .nd.nlu, I. Ihr ondnignni' '. .. St.- that I. to iiay Sprit A will mature July It IN rUM)It. r n1-red, thnt ,di I... .mli'r I hi pubII. I
mild laxative and liver l-t. I ItijJ.: S.rlr.. R will .' .
mature July lit. t'f.l.nn .1 I f, ...,. ...
.1) Mntr have I *vlwl< f ,ur.." and, will sell|| . + 'nor n x? for So' ? ruts ...k.
fin'. .ifuch, week during the .i-a i. on Tin hondx >.. off. n d for 'A"" ,
regulator .. We use it i- I. fi rv. the) ,....itt t.I., .,.r in Stark*. Itrailr.i in th rtrfnlf..r.t Iunto T. !urnph 11 n.'''''.,'''-
In the family and believe Mi" .h,'nkfni i ii forming a furl Don't .,,''f..r' A tiny U.ttliof r I ....".Y. Florlfla. 1'lw..n thIi>iral houni uforfxald Hlmxion I Mil] hf a r"I1".. .. : I' r |I"' !l'"l... il in -not| r.'iintv and stale
each nf S,
j i KrvfZnn 4nl*> ".\t..nd.y.. th. *, rl A. H C. n. E. F fl ,. Not."ml I. r a,. rln!!
it is the best medicine for i.. .iir.ii ore of the teams playing > cute hut a few centat any th flnv of January. (. If. I. .1.I K 1 I.. M. N. O !I'
the liver made." Try It. ar K. ne." Park each Saturday h..- I!,I ilriitf. i-ttire. Apply H few ilropM i nn the 't". the r> 1'hiifhrm;". thi*and Namf hnt brine,b il' :"val for sal follnwtnifcrilMHl ... d..". IX\n.| fr..,","II nn curb nr t'. V, W. '({. Y. 7.. i ''FM' W ri.rk T WEEKS.riri'in'. .! r.i'irf
...rn., .eaUii-f-. and, I "liaril' and riX.Thf .
Insist on the (:enulneThedford's. iikm" tvn hot ,. real edits towlt \ \ I.OMi;
25c a pack- IE"I"'h" flr-t. The following t.rrof f..'t. then lift them tiff.V South. limit '!I".r> the Huuth Hulf 'iS'.ji' naid, "' .n... to bear> intfrrvt at a''.) per Sulio lor fir ( I'liifilnmnnt 1 -II-I'I Li-fit

use. E-75 ', \ .11 \represented.:: Hampton', I \ n'; t--ieajne removet* corn from the I ..'. l It Nino .n' .".) the South Half < 8'. i of rent New. York net annum or at. the payable office .of t-mi-anriially the Board, of In 'o;

"l'a'-k. Melrose end' Lak"f toes or can..M-ffi from the bottom of fit, ,f.ot'rIn Tfn il'ii Si-cli"n!) I.-... "Thirteen. aerii on lh*> North TrUNtrra in, gtarki- Florda. .. the hold.' ColiM Cauia Orlp and Influenza
i vin ((7i.
the skin Township' Seven *f may ..I -e'. '
I hfOfath M left pink and healthy i.iiih linnv" Twenty i.'Oi r:.Nt the All hide Hhall .hr ,in ..ri""... IMali-'L and LA XATIVK: PROMO QUININE: T.hlet. remove tll.
; . the aDtJ lleHr tore, trader or irntauj.' iimc t.i I..* 'olil, a* the property of J M in.nddnmei. "
i- ir' now tearing up Shaw !. and may 1..* fur nil the lain,. now > juiw. There t Ii WAY one "Jlno Quloln. j
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Theresa, I >ec. .",.-.I I.V.. Button has business isitor to I.UWIt.lItllrdn:; .
returned home from ednr Keys, after and Sunday.. printing onaJr' a ; .

spending several days on a flahmir James Goodfellow is at home again t'\ 1U..1J.t.1:: s ',.,;,...
trip. for a few days after spending sometime D:}]1J t $r \...;\- '
Alias Maude McKvxen: of !Sapp spent I in the southern part of the state. little and does '? ,\
several days hero recently with her He has been looking after the fruit costs you y
father, J. L. McEwon.Mrs. and vegetable situation in the interest much for you. Lay a bet onrolling '
i< I K. M. Horsey and little daughter of the Golden & Co., commission it .4 /
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," Nettie, spent several! days during house Washington, D. C. more printed I 'em with -'

last week in Jacksonville\ taking in A..1. Crews, of Highland was a I salesmanship. Ask "j.Mrs. .

the state fair. visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
S. fi. Woodard is spending the week A. II. Harley went to Jacksonville I

hero with hit. family.C. .and ,c,'. A. Jones the first part of the week to accept a ; W. II Haifordlnd siitei.i :\Ir'-. I
attended. A. Younithlood the convention at Sampson position in a sawmill near Jackson- Lucy Perry, of Raiford attended the II c1-.ALBERr' !!! ; :
: Saturday. v illf'. Lyceum entertainment at the high II I

f. f Mr. and :Mrs[ 11. E. Moorer and son :Mr. and :Mrs Carl Wooten Dr. and school building lastVednesday exening. -
: Arthur, were visitors to the county :Mrs. E. I.. Biggs, :Mr... and Mrs. W. K.To . I
metropolis Saturday. rode, Mr. and :Mrs Jesse Reddish! II. I.. Sprinkle, of Jacksonville! veiled CO Y1'1"hll.1II
:\: Kilmer Woodard returned Sunday A. :M. Blanchard and daughter, Miss I his family here this week. I 6y H. J. I.nuhleTull""u.
whore he is employed r.ouixe, :II... and :Mrs. W. II. Kdwards I :\lrs..1. H. Marsh 6w
night to llridgcnd burn is impioxmgafter
'n the past week :Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Terry J. S. Andrews ; :n-t:::' / y"rJ baa;, ;lo redfm
t after spending a severe<< illness. hanrtnomo and
with his mother, :Mrs. S. B. \Voodard. :Mi and :Mrs. John Frlego W. II ;Mr. and ;Mrs.[ A. ('. Strickland arlll.lallJrhtl'I' ; 1.111* pound /mm/dors pain! -
Mrs.[ C. A. Yountrblood and daughter I.. Overstreet 1 and daughters, J. H.Mooie . Klla: :Mae spent Tuesdayin the national joy smoke &nd pound-tht cryttftt cla if/a.y**, practical humidor
Mrs. II. K. :.Moorer, were visitorsto : I 1'1 cdInol.: Iob".t1001': '', j i Jacksonville.! with +Dond moiatfti'r top
:Mr. and. Mrs.[ Rudolph Thofle, :Miss! I :Mrs. your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just that Jreep Prmt-9 Albert in
Wednesday. :Mollie .
Hampton | Phillips, of Elco, Ga.. ROLLING such perfect condition t
Adkin- several days of (Della Bl.incliarrt.: Flora Brown, arrived in Lake sideline carried around in
Jesse seam j Butler :Sunday; ovening joy'us a as you ever Tobacco
R. J. Reynold.
week Jacksonville taking in thefall' :III'". I.. II. Hill, Miss: Mattie: [ Barley to
last in spend winter with her
{ Arch (!i"rtls: were among the I.axvteyites '' daughter, :Mrs. I D. W. liorum. your grip 1 For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, Winston-SalcimN.C.Company

r ,, :Mi'Hsrt. C. A. Youmjblood and family who attended, the fair at Jacksonville :I D.V.. Boruni spent the weekend flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your ,
11. K.: Moorcr and family, and S. Thanksgiving day I with his family. t;;!::
:Mr. :Mrs. CirilTis children life "P. A. home-made" will I 4
IJ. Woodard and family attended, the and and I Rand Phillips who has been visiting as every present you t
convention'which was held attended the fair in Jacksonville his sister Mrs.
Christian Boruni
Friday. White is visiting in Prince Albert puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so .:.-..:- ,e
nt Sampson City Sunday. Springs this week.
t a : Quite a number of our farmers killed Golden & Co., of"Washington, D. C., .\. E. Proctor spent :Monday in Sapp delightful rolled into a rette-and., so easy to roll I And you just take .
hogs :Monday.Mrs. will in all probability, cold pack berries ;Mrs. P. P. Dekle and ;Mrs J. II. to it );J.2 you been doing it since away back You see, P. A. is crimp cut k
: . R.1.. Mersey and Miss Es- during the coming( season at Law Whitehurst of Five ;
toy, provided labor can be secured to Mile spent Tuesday End a r'nch: to handle I It stays put-and you don't lose a Jot when you
telle Woodard were visitors to Hampton guest of Rev and Mrs( S. S.
:Monday afternoon. I pack the/ fruit and u suitable building Proctor and family.J. start ,:o ItJj the paper around the tobacco
i' John Hall Ham Sxvimlel Kilmer secured for packing. It is their plan II. Scarborough
j happened to the
.' Prince: Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as do in a home-
r- Woodard, and C'alvin Triest attended[ to begin packing hurries about the misfortune to have his foot mashed, j you
r ; church at Sampson Sunday night. time that the =North Carolina car lot in the planing null, and is now surfer- rol! 'd -I- f-.t*", too! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented

:Mrs. J. E. Owsley and .children Mr. movement starts which will enable ing from blood poisoning from the roecs<1. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke
!Sassor' the growers to realize something for .
! + and :Mrs lien were among wound.F. w.
where smoked before. Yes sir Prince Albert biased the '
pipes one was
those in Starke last week. every berry their plants will P. Oilum is ill at his home this '
;Mrs. S. B. \\'oodnr,1Va!'! shopping -- pro'lu..e'j! week. way. And, me-o-my, what a wad of smokesport: will ripple your way

I in Hampton !Saturday.' \MOItl) The many friends of_ _M_11'q_ u._ Enoch I every time you fill upt I *
U. S.'' Humphrey, of Brooklyn, was Unbolts' are gliul to learn that she is
: Kaiford., IIl') ('. ;.--:Miss Thelmu. I much ----.-- -
in our hurt Monday.Mr. improved after an illness of
; and :Mrs R. ;M. Mersey and Mrs. Schell of Lake Ilutler, made a business I! several weeks lawful holiday. That ill commend.ible, How Flowers Were Named.
Jno. Phillips W""I''i"itorf" < to Starke trip over here Tuesday C. A. Savage of ,Alai-huu spent if they spend the day in the proper Th' iln sx (us Chaucer has; It) "til*
last week. W.1.: Graham, of Jacksonville, I Saturday, evening and Sunday with his spirit that it is given.I Yet, I find ev' >* nt Cleveland Lee, of fake Side, was in spent Thanksgiving/ with friends and family. parents oVPI..t"l'pingtill' bounds of GFE:: \ It 9EEtn5 \.I\Ie\ ftCEcvc flower Is nntnoil! from Its rays V>f sunshine -
our burunII1Y. 1'"llItlhpJ'('. I George Spires of ;Midway, motoredover tho compulsory school law and tho I 0"oEIt'. .-..lIow. There Is nlso the moon-
Mr. and :Mrs. :II. Hall and familyare Prof. I n.{ A. Green, :Miss Foleyn to Lake )Butler :Monday morning same government that gave them PwtNTIN' DELWERINi \\Jllls)'. "fhe trrr'iiiliim: Is the crnne'9-
occupying the A. [I.. Sullivan cot- Stroupe and Lacy Cu'-on were visitorsto ;Misses; Cora and Etta; Spires their holidays caused this law. Why ADOZENTMES bill the Greek word for a ernno hoi
spent fr. OIVT" % GREAT TBE
tage near the schoolhouse. !Starke Thursday morning. I the week-end with their parents at not follow is as conscientiously ? 'NOI'll'.IN'' \ a\JCV DrPOPULAR i[ tog( gprnr", ... From the form of the
.., Saturday night n chicken pilau !!Up.l'eI' Muses I'erla Whitten and T.ova Ca- :Midway I may not call your particular case 6HJP> eoU"fS leaf we have fliimlellon (French dent
was given at the home of Mr. and! ron Wednesday afternoon to spend I Dewey Duke of Five Mile, was in before the county judge, the week your SURE Ha0.D ON" THE dp!( lion. lion's tooth).
Mrs. :M. Hull. Several of the young a few days in Jacksonville. town Saturday. digression occurs, but upon receivingthe 'No. 4OJFsr Pimpernel" ', a corrupt form of "blp-
M folks, as well as old were present :II ,r. nnl11. ... Jim Dowli,, Edna Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was in weeklyreports from the teachersof P0.0GNOyT1CAt11v: " Inet" (Latin his and. penna). In the
f I Each: truest! was invited into the din. Howling, Cecil Dowling. I. Taylor I I town Monday.J. [ the several ..schools I arrange the cloiilile-wlnced floxver. From their
y, inpr room where the table was spread :Mr. and :Mrs. W. :M. Whitten, :Mr. and F. Lavender "spent' the week-end, cases BO as to be the least possible! properties( mostly medicinal are
with plenty of chicken and, rife and! :Mrs.' A. J. Johnson, Herbert Hitch, with his! fondly expense to the county in serving war named narcissus (nnrcotli1), nasturtium -
'' other delicious oats.. All departedfor Brady Rosier, \V. II. Andrews, ;Marion[ I :Messrs. Proctor, Armstrong, ;Miller : rants. Sn depend upon this l. should (nose twister), honeysuckle and
Browning, A. T. :Mi/ell Violet :Mi/ell. i lavender (used to scent linen fresh
their respective homes reporting( a and Fowler attended, the union meeting your child or children or the child or i
/ dandy time. :Messrs. J. V. Jones and Albert :Mizell; attended the state fair held at Sardis. church Sunday. children of which you are guardian i from the laundry).

Alvah Saxon of Hampton, were the in Jacksonville Thursday. I Rev. S. S.' Proctor spent Sunday in be absent, from school without a legitimate ___
:Mr. ;Mrs. A. It. I / I
out of town iruests. and Canova Annie Baldwin. excuse your case is apt to be r1 Thirty Day In February.
:Mr. and :Mrs Jimmie Batten returned Ruth Canovn Bernice Simmons, Lawrence G. Alderman. and family attended investigated. at any convenient time, In traveling around the world a day
Monday to their home at Simmons and :Maisy Simmons the fair last Thursday be it a week or more after the offense huts to he added, or thrown overboard
Gainesville after an t'dE'lIded'isit: of Sanderson were the guests of ;Mr. 1 P.f.: Padgett and family visited occurs.I ncconllnn to the direction\ you are go
here with relatives and Mrs.[ A. 1)) Andrews Thursday Jacksonville! last week will be at the county court house, Ing. The ndjustiuent Is Invariably

The Lake Side school ha openedup evening.Mr. / The B. Y. P. U. met Sunday after begInningwith Saturday, Pee fith, i made' when crossing the 180th meridian
with ;Miss Edith Collins as teach : and :Mrs. R. B. Roberts, RuthRoberts noon. :Miss :Mona Alderman president each Saturday in the month and the J nlmost lulihxny hetnceu. Japan and
.r. and. Wesley! Roberts were the presiding. A splendid; program was first :Monday and Tuesday of each I IC California IOI vessel on the spot on
J. D.I Tompson of Washington, D. guests of :Mr. an.1Irs.. A. P. Andrews I rendered. month. February 20. In a leap year must! accordingly -

C., is spending several days in and Thanksgiving. The Sunbeam band met Sunday afternoon IVA T. SPRINKLE: ; have a February 30 In point
around, here looking after business, in- W. H. Andrews and Mrs. W.' M. and attendance was good despite Attendance Officer. ( I It if fact Februnry :SO does appear In the
terests. Graham made a business trip to Lake | the weather. 4) ship menu. nut It Is hard lines oo

-' Butler Wednesday afternoon. I :Marcus Dekle( of Five' :Mile, visited BRADFORD IHKi, R.11S1= :ItS .,;, =- a nnrty barn Hoard" ship that day
LA W TRY Quite a,1. of the young folks! relatives in town Saturday. as he can never hnve another birthday
attended'' the show at I the State Farm Asleep in Jesus Ralph Glover of Lake Dutler was! 9tlr .->Ii unless he Journeys across the !lot
s Iaxtey. Dee f.-I.ouis Brown of Saturday night. I Wilson the young son of Mr. and the consignor of a carload of hogs -/- i when February 20 becomes February
Jacksonville, is spending a few days. Ralph: AlvarezVnrren !Perkins and Mrs.! J. R. Chnstain, died Sunday which sold on last Thursday's market aI).
here at the home of hit pnl'l'lItIr.: Ray Policy, of :Starke; were visitors morning. The remains! were, laid, to His brother, Reuben was! also interested jam-: ;
und :Mrs. .T. K.: frown Louis hnj, a over here Sunday iifternnon.Walter rest in Swift Creek cemetery Monday in the shipment which brought t"_-_"; t'4..mLa 1 Strange!
'. successful operation performed ro- Whitten and Herbert Ritch i morning. He had not been ill long good prices. The former is again nn tawlaof "JPftr me," still old Mr. Rogg. h_
rently and is home for n few days re were visitors to !Starke' :Monday even. when God called the sufferer to him. I the yards awaiting the arrival of anther - Itittlnfly, "I know I've forgotten; (wimettilng. -
cuperating.Mrs. ing.Joe ''We know that his earthly ftulTcring shipment. hut for" the life of me, I can't
Geo. Shuey returned to her Hendricks' [Wednesday, noon is over and we -hould be resigned to I \\'. C. Townsend of Lake Butler Send in your_ order for, job printing roincinbwr want It Is."
home in Ocala Tuesday after spending to spend n few days with relatives in the will of Cud who doeth all things xeteran I farmer and live stock. dealer
a week at the home of her friend Dukes. (: well. The floral offerings, were beautiful of his section, visited us last! week
' ;Mrs. E. P. SII'j,. Prof. R A. Green; attended) the
; and given in love and, sympathy bringing in a carload of hugs! Frank
Rev J. r. Piggs. of Starke, filled school board meeting in Starke Mon by their many frionds. Bennett nn"1.: Parker also! having rr I
his regular appointment at he Lawtey day.Mrs. I _._ I ownerships in this consignment i Ii
ME. church South : \\'. ;M. (Graham II
1 Sunday. has returned I I The happiest Christmas will be i Their stock sold well on a steady mar
Dr. E. L. 1'iggn and mother :Mrs home after spending n few days with spent by those who do good: things. ket.-Stockyard notes in Times-Un- ; r I
W. II. Higgs. left early Sunday morn her pnl'cnt"11'; and :Mrs. A. P. An- What better thing can be done than I, ion. ,
ing through the country' for G..ol' drews.Mm.. I! to tight infliction among our fellow I !
here they were called to the ; ClitTonl Jones left Sunday afternoon brings, '; Help in every I possible WII'j I All the money derived through the
bedside! of the dortoi's elder! brother, for Jacksonville to spend a towards I the success, in the sale of the sale of the Red I Cross Christmas Sealsin t
W. I.. Hiirg.s. few days with relatives and friends. Red Cross Christina* Seals. I Florida will be' spent in I Florida. !
Miss Nellie Strickland, of Starke. :Mrs Dorothy Schelly of Jacksonville '' I I This is one cause where it is the dutyof
' 4 linn been nppon'joj by the school: was the guest. of Helen :Nnu-; -- everyone to help. w 1
it board as a teacher in the Laxxtoy high right Wednesday and Thursday. i iPrayer I -- --+ ,
school.) :, meeting was held! Sunday I HOICKS( :: AMI MOLES( :: f h: I
;Mrs J. ,1. :Mcl.eotl was a visitor to morning at seven o'clock at the Bap '' Just received. 27 head of horses anti A. t dllun ,
Jacksonville the first part of the week.C. tist chureh. I I mules.[ All good work stock. For
I U. Sapp cons a visitor to Raiford, The members of the Baptist church IIIE sale and trade at reasonable prices.! Let
Wednesday. met Sunday afternoon for. the purpose! ,I I ; : I See Davis & Co., Lawtey. It. Us Be oBt.iSI1
C. II. (.'him'hill, of Jacksonville, wit of going out on the drive, which was i I +--
called to the bedside of his father" S. very successful. \ :lif WSO\I: SELLS FARMR.
H. Churchill who is very ill nt his :Mrs .\ndrc"of Lake Butler is I _80NDLETTERHEAD i eSS ar nee
', home in last: I.axvtey. :Mr. Churchill spending n few ,days with her son. A. A. Newsom has sold his fiO-acrtf .& : .
h 1 fa about 07 years of age. I. .\nd revs. I farm three miles! southeast of Starketo Your partner has a knowledge of
:\Ii"slCn... :McCormick. of Gainesville Miss[i Foelyn !Stroupe spent the :Mrs Annie Hodges of Hampton.Mrs. business and you look to him for advice your and
? x who has been spending several week-end in Starke. : Hodges is a sister of J. P. PoppIes counsel
, days at the home of :Mr. :Mrs. ., ;Miss Bessie the matters. You are entitled
; and A. Kennedy spent the weekend I a well known citizen of Hampton to all the help he
y A. Smith returned home Sunday. with her parents in Lake Butler. s'ctlon.11': Peeples and :Mrs. can give you.
r A. II. Harley was a business visitorto Walter Whitten who has been visiting !Hodges will move to the Newsom I Do you get a partner's help on your printed
Jacksonville Saturday. his brother in Ft. Pierce has returned I place in the near future having sold i matter? Do you get the most from the specialized -
Fi Irs.V .1.. Overstreet and children | home Come to Us their holdings! at Hampton. II knowledge which we have regarding
1 were visitors to Jacksonville last Prof. R. A. Green .spent the weekend for I printing and paper and above all the .ervice
week in Starke. CHICK[ EN TALKDr.
which combination
a of
;f Charlie Shepard. of Itilliard., !spent Council met :Monday night in the I the two can render?
the week-end with his parents, Mr. 11 ami ley and Andrews building.Rev. P G Sanborn poultry specialist of Our j'jet department has every modern equip.
;' and :Mrs. James Shepard.Mr. !. Summers, of Cacclenny, was Gainesville, will talk poultry to those ment for doing work on rush orders. For
: and :Mrs. J. B. Dye and little j I in town Tuesday afternoon. interested at the following named letterheads, billheads, and all kinds of forms, I
a J. R. Jr., of Jacksonville were guests! | Vnsco Andreu is spending n few places next week: we carry in stock recommend and use !
Sunday and Monday of :Mr. : days with parents in Jacksonville. :Monday 8th, 10 a. m., at Brooker
A. :M. Blanchard. andIrs'l I -- school house. Z11J.14.t,

Clifton Drown returned to school LAKE BUTLER COMMUNICATION: : FROM COUNTY :Monday afternoon at High School OfflOSD
in Gainesville the first part of the I ATTENDANCE: : OFFICER Starke. TI,. Vanity 7Ja"ine.u l'aptr

week. Lake Butler Dec 5.-Several peo- Tuesday, 9th, 10 a. m., at Lake But
j 'r' A. A. Smith Is in Jacksonville!' this ple went from here to the fair in I find that the schools and parents ler. Let Us Serve You = -"
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.' week as a juror in the United States Jacksonville last week. are acquiescent in auporting every Tuesday, 3 p. m., at :Miller. I .
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+ Dee :.V.1.. \.... Batten has -iness visitor, to Ijivvtey i Saturday

e i returned home trim f Cedar. Keys, after :and Sunday.James printing on .,
a fishing Joodfellow is at homo again .
1' >spending several day- on t'.m. 1'1JJtt, :;t '
trip. fua few days: after .spending sometime @D J \
M+ Miss> Maude :McEvven of Sapp spent) in the southern part of the state. costs little and does I
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several days' here recently lie has bet '
situation in the interest much for Lay a on
father. 1. I.. MeEwen.' and vegetable you. :
4 I Mrs. R. M. Hers('y and little I ter. Nettie, spent several days during house. Washington. n. C. more rolling 'em with

last week in Jacksonville taking in A. A. Crews of Highland was a salesmanship. Ask us. I -

h t the slate fair. visitor to I.awtey :Sunday.: I

s + ,+ 4 S. 11. Woodnrd ill .spending the week A, It. Ilarley went to Jacksonvillethe

t1; here with hi. family.C. first. part of the week to accept a :Mrs. '\'. H. liaiford and KI"tl'r.11': ''.
I W. A. Jonesattended
A. Youngblood position in a sawmill near Jackson Lucy Perry, of Rniford 1 , attended the
.i convention at Sampson
ville. Lyceum entertainment at the high

Saturday. : and son, :Mr. and Mrs.\ Carl'ootl'n., Dr.) and! school building. last. Wednesday evening
11 E.1001'.1'
Mr. and :Mrs. ,
Arthur were visitors. > to the countymctiopolis Mrs.' E. L. Biggs] Mr.: and Mrs W. E. / I
11 ti" !Saturday.Kilmer 'fortuit.11': and Mr. Jesse Reddish( H.] I L. Sprinkle of Jacksonville, visited r. : InaRINCE .
> I. <
Woodard returned Sunday, .\. :M. Blanchard and daughter. :Miss! his family here this week. I AkLIfBERf'by Ynu....
Louise, :Mr. and :\1 I'M. W. H. Edwards! I vour may-met, 'nu'1/
( :Mrs. :
night to liridgend< whom he is employed J. H. Marshburn i is> improving/ 7t toppv rtd bail, tiuy rod
after .spending the past week Mr.: and :Mrs. T. J. Terry J. S. Andrews. after severe illness. firm handsome pound and
with his mother, Mrs.> S. H. Woodard. :Mi,I. and :Mrs. John F'riego;: W. I' :Mr. and, Mrs I A. C. Strickland and/ smoke and half-pound that clay tin /iunije/c practical>rs-
:Mrs.' C. A. Ynungblood and daughter : L. (Over; i ,reel and. daughters J. I II. daughter, Ella; :Mao spent inJacksonville. the national joy pound cryntai ftats humidor
ail Moore I(0'.ted :Moore, Robert: Moore: with inonifo moinOnor top
Mrs.. II. I E. :Mixirer\ were visitorsto > : own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just that Jkoepi Prinrf Albirt in
Hampton Wednesday :Mr. and Mrs.I Rudolph: Theclu Miss I :\11'\1011. :\ 10 Phillips, of Kleo: Ga.; ROLLING your such parfect condition t
: \ hello Bl.mchnrrt., Miss: Flora Brown sideline ever carried around in
Jesse. Ailkiii"pent, ,several days of arrived in Lake Ilutler Sunday evening joy'us a as you R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
x last week in Jacksonville, taking: in the :\11'... I.. II. /Hill, Miss. Mattie: Barley/ I to spend tho winter with her grip I For take it at any angle, you never got such quality, Company
x fair. Arch (ir'tn' were among the Lawteyites daughter! :\11'''. I D. W. Borum. your Win.ton-S.Icm N.C.
,\ who attended. the fair at Jacksonville and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your .
i "t Messrs. C. A. Y..u" bIOfllIn.1. family I D. W. forum spent the weekend flavor, fragrance t--
\ II. K.: :Moorer and family and S. Thanksgivii.g. day.Mr. I with his family. home-made" will I ,
life "P. A. present you )
: and Mrs. Encvh Grill and children as every
Woodard, and family attended, the I Rand i Christian convention which was held.\ attended the fair in Jacksonville his !sister :Mrs.\ forum i is> visiting in Prince Albert] puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so ;
at Sampson City Sunday. (Friday White Springs/ this week .
Quite number of our farmers. killed Golden; & C..., Washington" D. C., A, E. Proctor "pentIonclny: in Sapp delightful rolled into a cigarette-and, so easy to roll I And you just take '

hogs. Monday. will in all probability cold pack berries Mrs. p. p. Dekle! and ;Mrs J. H. to it tits you been doing it since away back I You see, P. A. is crimp cut >

:Miss Es- .during the coming season at Law- Whitehurst. of Five Mile Tuesday don't lose a lot when .
:Mrs.. R. :M. lI..r..yul,1 spent r.nJ a cinch: to handle I It stays put-and you : you
telle Woodard. were visitors to Hampton toy, provided, labor can be- secured, to guest of Rev. and Mrs S. S.
,r. Mondayafternoon.: pack the: fruit and a suitable budding Proctor and family. si&it io It'jS the paper around the tobacco

; John Hall, Sam Swindel, Kilmer secured for packing. It is. their planto .1. H. Scarborough( happened to the '.'.2; Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a hornerld : a
'' Woodard. and Calvin Triest attended begin packing berries about the : misfortune to have his> foot mushedin +
exclusive patented
time that the =North, Carolina car lot I ?;.""- 'ttool Bite and parch are cut out by our
i the
shut'rh a at Sampson Sunday night.Mrs. planing mill and 1 is> now .sulfer-
t'' : J. E.: Owsley and (children :Mr. movement .starts which will enable I II I inir from 1 blood, poisoning,: from the v>roccs i. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has l led three men to smoke

and :\11'4.I'n/ !'(a..l.r'el'. ( among: the I growers to realize I something: for wuund.F. pipes where one was" smoked before. Yes sir, Prince Albert blamed the

those in Starke last week. every berry their. plants will I P. Odum is ill nt his home this what a wad of smokesport will ripple your wayp
IHodllce'l way. And me-o-my,
,r :Mrs S.I./Woodard, was flopping: week.
s IUIFOltlHaiford. / The time you fill)) up I
t in Hampton Saturday. ninnyfriends> of11's.: Enoch ery
} + ) R. S. Humphrey/ of Brooklyn, was Roberts are glad I to learn that she is
I Dee.1 ...--Miss I Thelma. I touch -
31' in our burlIon.lav.: improved, after an illness of
:Mr. nnd :MrIt.. M. Mersey, and :Mrs. Schell of Lake Butler, miido n business several weeks! lawful holiday. That is. (commendable: MICKir: SAYS How Flowers,, Were Named
Chiincer has It "thc.vf
I Thi" 01'( )
Jno. Phillips were, visitors. to Starke trip over" here Tuesday. C. A. Savage of Alnchua, MpOntlltll..JIlY if they spend the day in the p'Op..r"pi1'it
.. .
f ,111\-1 I the sun the suo
W. :M. Graham, of Jacksonville ?
C ? that it is given. Yet I ti'tdparents
last] week. ('vlo'ningIInll Sunday with his
named) from Its "of
ii Cleveland Lee, of Lake Side was in spent, Thanksgiving/ with friends and. family.l : overstepping the bounds of G : '. It StiEMS' \,1'tC\: MCEATutN / flower Is rays sunshine -
y..lloThr're I Is nlso the
our burg :Monday.Mr. I'l.llIti111'1'. ('. I George; Spires, of Midway, motoredover the compulsory school law and the OU'\' HERE ,
1 t The rrr.inlimi 1 Is the crime's"
daisy ( >
4 find :\\11''': :M. Hall and family Prof., R. ,\. (Green, :Miss FolcynStroupe to Lake Butler :Monday morning. same government that gave: them \Nr c'v.N"co'.e.T\ --' bill the Greek word, for a mine, hegeranns. -

ore occupying the .\. L. Sullivan cotta and Lacy Cason wore visitors I :Misses Cora and<1 Etta; Spires spent their holidays caused this law. Why' TIMES '" 0"j. E"" c'ceE I Ing From the form of the
f I to Stnrke Thursday morning. the not follow i is> as conscientiously ? ...... (
the si'linnllllillRn.ll week-end with. their.\. _;.. parents nt .OQ\rC.lN.\ \ 9Ucte Pr ,
Saturday;;' :; ; ;; i t'nh'i k 'n pilau supper :Misses. Perl.-i. Whitten and, Love Ca- I. Midway - I may not call your particular case, POPULAR: <;: H09' e.UT 1t'S dp leaf lion.wo lion's have tooth dandelion). (French dent

was given lit the home of :Mr. and Min Wednesday. afternoon to spend I neWl'YlIk/ (, of Five :Mile, was in before the county judge' the week your c.ura.e'Ail..t\ > ON CHE HOOFS, I'rnipernel' ' n corrupt form of "bli
a few days in Jacksonville.. town digression occurs, but upon receivingthe I'M Pit04N0$"C1GASIP:
:Mrs.> :M. Hall. Several of the young Saturday. Inpt" (I.ntln his and') penna). Is the
:Mr. and ;\\1.\ ... Jim Howling. Edna weekly from the t.'achersof
folks as well as old were present.Each I Hen Duke/ of Five1: ile. was in reports dnuble) -winged,) flower. From their
F guest was invited into the din )Dowling I Cecil Howling/ R. I. Taylor town :\Iolltla '. the several schools, I arrange the prnperth.s. mostly medicinal, are !
:Mr. and :\\1'1'V.. :M. Whitten :Mr. and I cases so as to be the least possible : I
where the table J.r.. Lavender
ing room was "p"'II,1with spent the weekend, mimed. nurelssus' \ (nnrcot-! ),
; plenty of chicken and rice and :Mrs. A. J. Johnson Herbert Ritch, with his family. expense to the county in serving war- / Ms' I titan (none twister, ), '.,'.. nAl'tUI'1 1.
other delicious eats All departed Brady Rosier, W. II. .\II.lrpwllIrlon, : I :.Messrs. Proctor Arm..tronlt'liIIl'r. : rants. So depend, upon this. should lavender used to scent linen fresh ;

d}( for their respective< homes reporting\ Browning A. T. :Mi/.ell; Violet Mizell and, Fowler attended, the union meeting your child or children or the child or from the laundry) ). j\
dandy tune. :Messrs.. J. V. Jones and .\ 1I)<'I.tlizl'lI: attended, the state fair held at Sardis! church Sunday. children of which you are guardian, I

[ 71 a Alvah Saxon, of Hampton/ were the in Jacksonville Thursday. Rev S. S.' Proctor spent) Sunday in b t t' absent. from school without a legitimate i Thirty Days In February.In .
l* out of town guests. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Cllnnvannle Baldwin : excuse, your case is apt to benvestigated traveling nronnd the world
Ruth ['II I1clII., Iiernice Simmons. Lawrence G.! W. / at any. convenient time, a day
Batten Alderman
Mr.: and Mrs: > Jimmie returned \ and family attended \. has to he added. or thrown overboard,
:Monday to their home at Simmons and :Maisy !Simmons, the fair last Thursday. be it a week or more after the offense according to the direction you are
Ciaitiesville. after an extended. visit of Sanderson! were the guests of :Mr. P. M. Padgett, and family visited, iceurs. Ing. The adjustment N Invariably
here with'llItivl' and :Mrs A.. I). Andrews Thursday Jacksonville last week. 'I I will be at the county court house, i made when crossing the ISOth meridian

w The Lake Side school has opened, evening.Mr. ,: The B. Y. p. U. met Sunday afternoon I beginning( with Saturday Dec. Oth, iJ almost midway between' Japan and
: \ and :Mrs. R. B. Roberts Ruth 'each Saturday in the month and the
III p up with :Miss> Edith Collins as teach :Miss :Mona Alderman president California so a vessel) on the spot on
Roberts and, Wesley Roberts were the first :Monday\ and Tuesday of each I'I
presiding. A OL I
/ splendid program was February 20, In a leap year, must! ccordlnKly -
er.J. guests of :Mr. and ;Mrs. A. D. Andrews month.
I n. Tompson, Washington. D. rendered. | have a February 30. In point
C., is IIpending.n'rnl. .days in and Thanksgiving. The Sunbeam band met Sunday afternoon IVA T. SPRINKLE: of fact February 30 does appear In tile
''' II. Andrews. and Mrs: W/ M.: Attendance Officer. I
around here looking after l business< in and attendance was Rood despite ship menu. But It Is hard lines on
terests. Graham; made a business trip to Lake the weather. .
a bnhy born aboard ship that day
.., .4 + Butler Wednesday afternoon. Marcus Dekle, of Five :Mile, visited BRADFORD !lO( (. KAISI.US: : as he can never have another birthday
LA WTF.Ylawtcy. : Quite a crowd. of the young folks relatives in town Saturday. unless he Journeys across the line
I attended the .show at the State Farm Asleep in Jesus> Ralph Clover of Lake Butler, was 4.r' .- when February 20! becomes February
!, Dec. /B.-I.ouis. Brown of Saturday, night. Wilson the young son of :Mr. and the consignor! of a carload of hogs, 80.
Jacksonville, i is> spending 1few days Inlph: Alvarez, Warren Perkins and :Mrs. J, R. Chastnin died Sunday which sold on last Thursday's market.

here at the home of his p"rl'ntR.11': Ray: Colley, of Starke, were visitors mormnir. The remains were laid to his brother, Reuben, was also interested 1 Strange!

e and Mrs.:\ J. E. Brown Louis had a over here Sunday afternoon rest in Swift Creek cemetery Monday in the shipment which brought -- C".L.....--.; "Penr 1:1t'." sold) old Mr. Bony., bee

successful operation performed recently Walter Whitten and Herbert Ritch i morning. Ho had not been ill long/ good prices. The former is again on Itatlngly. "I know I've forgotten: Home-
and is home for a few days re- wore visitors. > to !Starke' :Monday even I when (Cod; called. the sutTerer to him. the yards awaiting,: the arrival of another - --- thins; hut for 'the life of me. I can't

) cuperating. ing. We know that his. earthly suffering/ I .shipment. Send in your order. for .jot printing remember what It !I."
Mrs Gen; !Shuey returned, to her Joe Hendricks! left Wednesday noon ,' is over ami, W(' -hould be resigned to W. C. Townsend of Lake Butler
> home in Ocala Tuesday. after spending to spend a few days with relatives. in the, will of God;. who loath all/ things veteran farmer and live stock dealerof
\ a week at the homo of her friend Dukes.Prof. I I well. The .floral otfonngs were beautiful his> section visited, us last week.
Mrs. E.: I n. Sayles.. 1 R.: A. (Green; attended the and !given in love and sympathyby bringing! in a carload of hogs.> Frank ,
Rev. .f. C. Diggs'', of Starke, filled .school hoard meeting( ill Starke' :Mon their many friends i Bennett and W. :M. Parker also having : J
his regular appointment at he Lawtey day.Mrs i I --- ownerships in this consignment. I IIGr
M. F.. (church !South' Sunday. : W. :M. Graham has! returned The happiest Christmas will he I Their stock soUl' well on steady. mar- I

ft>r. )E. I.. Biggs' and mother. Mrs. home after spending. ( a few days> with I spent by those. who do good! thing1. | ket.-Stockyard notes in TimesUnion. I!/ 1 .
W. II. left her parents.. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. .An J.
Biggs early Sunday morning What better thing can bo done than I
J I I A h i. ': .A =:'\ r
: through; the country for Georgetown drews.Mrs.. In light affliction i i among our fellow! i II
where they were called to the : Clifford Jones left Sunday afternoon he ings'( :! Help in every possible way ]I All the money derived t through the I Ie
I bedside of the .doctui's elder brother for Jacksonville. to spend a towards. the success' in the sale of the of the Red Cross. Christmasisale Sealsin I
t I W. L. Biggs. few days with relatives) and fri,'nds. I Red i Cross Christmas Seals. Florida will be spent in Florida.. I
I Miss Nellie: Strickland, of Starke. :Mrs. Dorothy Schelly of Jacksonville This is one cause where it is the duty'

Iorl, has been appoir Led by the school was the guest of Helenau:; - -- of everyone_ to help. _,_ _, ;;:; \
board as teacher in the Lawtcy high right Wednesday. and. Thursday. I I --4llOltSES L I II I
school. Prayer meeting was, held Sunday'morning ) AND :MILES ill,
Mrs. J. J. McLeoi) was a visitor to at seven o'clock at the Baptist 'I I Just received 27 head of horses and
Jacksonville the first the church. I mules. All good work stock. For
of week. *
r C. R. Sapp was visitor to Raiford. The members of the Baptist church Ilk r I -.. .IptIAMERM 1 sale and trade at reasonable, prices. Let Us Be Your
Wednesday.C. met !Sunday afternoon for the purpose 'I See Davis & Co., I.awtey. It.

H. Churchill of Jacksonville\ was of going out on the drive, which was I *--
called to the bedside of hill father S. very successful.Mrs. . I :NFAVSOM 1 SELLS FARM Business PartnerYour

H. Churchill who is very ill at his : Andrew, of Lake Butler is BOND
home m Fast: Lawtey. M I r. Churchill I spending a few days with her son' A. R. A. :Nevvsom; has sold his fiO-acre:
U about 97 years of age. D. Andrews. farm three miles southeast of !Starketo partner has a knowledge of your

:Miss Agnes :M'-Cormick. of Gainesville ; :Miss> Foelyn Stroupe spent the I :Mrs Annie Hodges of Hampton.Mrs. business and you look to him for advice and
\ who has been spending several weekend in Starke. : Hodges is a sifter of .1. P. Peeples counsel on important matters. You are en.

days at the home of :Mr. anti Mrs. A. :Miss. > Bessie Kennedy spent the weekend a well)) known citizen of the Hampton titled to all the help he can give you.
A. with her in Lake Butler. ; section. Mr. Peeples! and :Mrs.
Smith returned home Sunday.A parents LETTERHEADCome
H. Harley was a business. visitor Walter Whitten who has been visiting Hodges will\ move 'o the :N'ewsom; Do you get a partner's help on your printed
to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. < his> brother in Ft. Pierce ha returned I' place in the near future having: sold matter? Do you get the most from the special-

: W .L. Ovemtreut and, children! home to Us their holdings at Hampton I II II ized knowledge which we have regarding

were visitors to Jacksonville last Prof. R. A. Green; spent the weekend for I I printing and paper, and above all the .ervice
week. in Starke. CHICKEN: TALKDr. I II which a combination of the two can render?

Charlie Shepard, of Milliard\, spent1: Council met :Monday night in the I \P ; I Our j jet department has every modern equip
'I.j I Sanborn poultry specialist of j
the week-end with his "arp.nt'l11': Hundley anti Andrews building.Rev. ment for
Gainesville\ will talk poultry to those j I doing on rush orders. For
and :Mrs. James! Shepard j I Summers, of Cacclenny was
named letterheads billheads and all kinds of
:Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and littleJ. in town Tuesday afternoon. interested at the following forms,
B. Jr., of Jacksonville, were guests I Vaseo Andreu is spending a few r places next week: we carry In stock recommend and use

l Sunday and, Monday of Mr. and Mrs. days with parents in Jacksonville! Monday: 8th, 10 a. m., at Brooker II.1J.
A. :M. Blunchard. I school house. J'&.

Clifton Brown returned to schoolin I LAKE: BUTLER COMMUNICATION: :; FROM COUNTY :Monday afternoon at High School, fDTb.
\Jtitity "ftusinesj
Gainesville the first part of the "' ATTENDANCE OFFICERI Starke. TaperLet
week I Lake Butler Dec.:: S.-Several peo- Tuesday! 9th, 10 a. m., at Lake But.

A. A. Smith U in Jacksonville this pie went from here to the fair in find that the schools and parentsare ler. Us Serve You a =, -. Partner

ti week as a juror in the United-States Jacksonville last week. acquiescent in suportinc ...ery'ft.'J Tuesday 3 p. m., at ;Miller.\ J


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