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 12, 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: VID04737
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Established 1879. Sultscription-Per Year, $1.30; ; Six Months, 73: Cents. Payable in Advance. 1-;. S. Matthews.. .Editor and Proprietor

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COUNTY=" AGENT( ;: Sl'EVIv.S. IMPORTANT=" .\ IJIOCLE THIEF CATGUT :MRS. I.. A. D\\IS/ ENTERTAINS:: : :- 1.1..1l1"ruu. ; / : C.ORN( ) : i O.JONESMr. : ;
Ad\ict Handling Sweet =Night" :Marshal :Molt =Nabs" Three Dangerous ) "Bet that fellow stole his bicycle." I On last Saluidav evening at eight )Lake //lu Ill'I'. Dec. U.-Mrs. Sims : and :MiD.i.M. ulison' (Gorn

Timely on Characters Thus sohnquized Chief Kite: Wednesday .- I o'clock, :Mrs. I.. A. (D.IMS, delightfully I has taken l'hlll'll" of the Edgar! I II lotel.t I. I to announce the engagement and ap-
Potatoes I :Miss t Mae I Duke* and .. .
morning as ho detected a sus i! entertained a number of her fi'.lends I .llIh'I'11'11.,: I pioaching marriage of their daughter,

Saturday night the night marshal picious-looking ;young man trying; to I.... ": it>iogressi\e I Rook." The parlors Whitehuist of Five :Mile, wore in La Ruby to Mr.( Frank Lewis Jones,

The sweet pototo crop i it of great j of Raiford discovered three suspiciousI sell a bie 'cll"1': [ Kite went there [ were tR.t"fulI decorated with fernsi Lake Butler shopping! 'Itiestbay.; the wedding to take place on the ufternoon -

importance to Bradford County and I looking men beating their way on a and mode inquiries. The stranger said i and pink roses. I Rev. S. :S.:; Proctor I..ftonday: ( : f..i of December :"Oth! 19UI1t! ! 1

no doubt will continue to grow in favor I I northbound freight tiam. lie arrested he was in charge of some workmen On the arrival of ouch guest they Jacksonville and Tallahassee.Mrs I their! home :JO) W. Seventh St., at 4 .

if a few precautions>! are taken to them, and when searching them near Theressa anti u.seil the bicycle in were presented with small trays. from, I : [ S. S. Proctor and I daughter, Jacksonville. Flit .

enable farmers to profit from their' fouml that one of them had a revolverand his work. But that sounded too thin which they drew dainty score cards, ;Miss i :Marshall spent last: Friday at Much cordial tnteiest centers in the 't.

production. 'I that all were supplied with a and he took the stranger in tow to done in pink and\ green" designating Johnstown guests. of ;Mrs. C. I.. Varns announcement of the engagement of

The present price of 73: cents per number of keys and other tools for :Mayor Hoover's office. The man, who table and puttner. I C. L. Bailies' and I family I passed this ,popular young couple", both MissGointo :

bushel! considering everything is not opening locks. They were locked upI gave his name as Edward Smith, told\ After enjoying the game until a late through I.ake Butler Tuesday morning and :Mr. Jones having u wide
I in the little town jail hut during the hour her : l'I\I'Out"\ to Bar'lowh'r, (' they will
far out of proportion and the farmer the same story to the mayor. It Mrs. Davis, assisted by circle of friends, who will extend con
can grow them profitably for this 1 night! they broke out and presumably. ] seemed too fishy and it was decided.! daughter, RuUy anti I.ucilleItchl'll.; make their futuuhome.. gratulations.Miss" .

price to be marketed from the fields. boarded. a northbound, freight. to luck the man up until more was served delicious .refreshments, consisting Prof. Schell left Friday for 1111x'-

If however the market should become I Sunday morning it became known found out in the matter. of chicken salad, pickles saltines tended t tup to South Florida. [ Gointo is a talented musician

congested, and there being no sale for I that several stores in Baldwin had But the prisoner hail not 1 li .s admired and hot-l'hl>l'olah' with marshmallows. !Miss i Tholma Si-hell spent Tuesday and I was educated. I i in the Florida State

them at a reasonable figure, there is been burglarized, apparently by the the modern oonvemi"of in Raiford. College for \\ onwn.

another way of lealizmg: profits from | men who had escaped from the Rai- Hotel du Kite before he reled antI :Mrs. I D. C. Jones and :Mrs. K.: K. The Woman's Club will meet on the Mr. Jones l is the son of the lute Dr.

this clop. This merely a storage proposition I ford jail and th" sheriff of Duval told that he had been in Plant City l'erryman added to the l'ntel.tllinI1Wllt ITith I at ::1 o'clock 1 l p. m., and cuih! member Jones, who was a prxminent" ilentlst,

which if properly done will 'county notified the authorities hereto the night before and that a negro by rendoimg piano solos and I tl A. is ,lequested\ to he ,piesent. and has resided hen with his mother,

very often pay handsomely.There I keep a lookout for the parties. with Spilt'ks' show hail, given him the Z. Adkins sang two exquisite: selections. :Miss i Lillian I II!l. Fulton will have :\1 ,i-s. :Mutv( :M.i .Jones since his father's .

are many methods of storing 1 \\hen a southbound freight trainarrived bicycle. He was again brought before charge of the set'vices of t the Methodist death.I -Times-Union.i

sweet potatoes and only those of a in Sturko Monday night it Mayor Hoover but would not confess :\11'. and : i i'v.. B. I Havnrd.. :Mr.nnd I churth Sunday ,morning i nnd I even :Miss I ( :Jornto spent' her childhood i in

primary nature can be discussed in was thoroughly! searched by Night that he stole the bicycle. However j Mrs. I R. A. We-oks. :Mr. and, :Mrs. S. ing. Everyone; invited to attend.Friday Staiko: a iiti l shehus many friends hero

this article.To Marshal[ Mott( and the conductor, and, the appearances were so much against S. )Dowling. :Mr l and :'..l is. .\. 7.. Ad-. : evening at the Baptict who. congiutulato betoil becoming I a

keep sweet potatoes in Rood con- three mm were found in hiding. They him that the mayor decided to keep killS, .l II'. and Mrs. L. G. Powell it II'. church the II. Y. P. U. will have an bride, and who wish her all happiness..
dition they must be well matured before were rested( by the olTiceis and locked him in custody until he had heard --- -..----
and :Mis. J. H. Ritch. 'It.. and Mrs.J. examination i and each member" is tu ig-
digging.. This can be determinedby up in the town jail. I from the authorities in Plant City and L. l'l'ek11': and Mrs. C. L. Peek, c-tl to he present.' SITE: :SELECTED: : bOlt HOME: l: OF

breaking or cutting one of them Tuesday mOI'ninJl11': Kite examin- Tampa where he is supposed to bo :ti i.. and, t1 II'". I D. C. Jones, :'0(1'( and, :Mrs.K. .( I Ilatney \Varnes, of Johnstown. in EPILEPIIC: FEEBLE: : : MINDED:
and leaving it to the air for ed. the prisoners and were convincedthat wanted for this and other thefts. .
exposed a i K. Peiryman. :Mr.l and :\l rs. 1. M. town )Fiid.iy.)

few minutes. If the cut or broken surface they were the men who had committed I :Mitchell i M II'. and t.l Ir.. I L. A. Davis. Tho site for, the I home for epiletic
Homer Lee Saturday in High
the Baldwin and spent
dries quickly they are ready to burglaries at EAKLl STRAWBERRIES: Lucille Mitchell( and Ruby Davis ,
= iin.l I feeble minded i I of Florida was
!Springs and I Sunday with friends at
the sheriff of ))uvlII county wan noti- i
dig but if it remains moist they shouldbe -'- selected today by the 10c'lItiIlJll'ommit.
l'l'ov hh'l1ce.
left in the ground. Careful handling fied.( During the day II deputy sheriff C. S. Darling, of this city, shipperof ITEItJoSTII'IUWESS: : : h'... It will be five miles from the
came here and earned the prisoners :Mrs.i (Out 10 Scarborough; spent the
should be observed in digging,,
Florida produce, sent away the University of Florida" (Gainesville),
to Jacksonville. They believed, to week-end with Miss Alheita Biellmg
gathering, hauling and unloading.Avoid are first full crate of stiawberries of the The other day when the. Telegraph Oil a thioe-thousiind I lure tract.
be convicts escaped from the U. S. of Pniv'idence.
bruising or breaking ,the skin. IIl'uson'ellnesday.. The warm and reporter dropped into Smith's Garageto The lust session of the legislature
penitentiary at Ft. Leavenworth, li Hl'stlllljtie: Dekle antI I.uieTowtists .
Handle them like eggs instead of like favorable weather of late has caused see what he could sec, ;Mr. E. II. passed a bill for tho establishmentof
Kan. < attended' the ball at
stove wood. the berry plants to produce early, and Smith, the proprietor showed him how White garni1 such u home nnd. the loenting commit -

To keep sweet potatoes it is essential POULTRY KAISERS INTERESTED=" berries have been sold of late by the acetylene welding was done. Mr.. Lake Springs Butler Saturday.gills nnd boys basketbull : to was named to. select the site.

to dry or cure them in storage. quart to train passengers at 50 cents.If Smith took two east lion rods, and put This locating committee, whil'h'lIi
I I went to I High I
teams" over SpungsSututdiiy (
The main feature of a storage' houseis During the early part of this week the cold, wave comes that it predicted them end to end, then directed a tiny :;; to play. The Lake Butler headed. by \\'. H. Thomas its: chairman, !

to control temperature and provide Dr. Nathan W. Sanborn, state poultry at this writing, the i plants will havea spurt of flame of oxy-acctylene gas hoy.l'1I1II won the t local gills losing looked over several sites offered to the t

ventilation at the same time. In orderto specialist, visited Bradford county I backset. to where the rods joined. The immense to I High I Spi..ings. state for the home, finally decidingon

cure and dry them quickly, the temperature and made interesting addresseson ----.---- heat of the flame melted, theirim the A]IChllll'oullty situ.
very I 1It: I I'lipiu-Il I nnd family i leturned i iI
must be high to remove the poultry. His visit wall made possible TO( CAR (OWNERS=" :; In a four seconds anti the rods, I to their home > i in !Staike Saturday and The home, or colony] will give the

moisture, after which it should be lowered through the co-operation of county -I I. were .Finetj together-not welded. for I t their ft lends, are glad to lenin that foe-bio minde-d i I and I epileptic" I of 'Florida

and, kept uniform. It i is import. agent Traxler] and home demonstration I cast iron will not allow of that but I the advantage. they have heretofore} ,
has tecoveied from
It is now time to ) automobile tlienvbaby entnely
ant then that the house we well constructed agent Mrs. Scott, and while I licenses and tags procuto for 19JO! : and I; fused together, making the joint with its illness. been depnved. . of jiml I will take these (
that through artificial heat out flaw. from the state hospital -
the visit va.shor t many; interested SherifFV.. J. Eppeison; urges all car n Miss. i Edna; Epperson:l of Waldo I. of patients away
and ventilation the curing and dryingprocess ; cached. This hot flamo may he used for cutting for t the I insane' at Chattahoorhe'O.
were I
persons owners: to attend to this matter at spent Satin day with i homefolks.Mr. .
rapidly.I iron almost metal in I It understood that work ill clearing
proceeds Dr. Sanborn considered of the ) or flOw tao, is
is one once and thus avoid disugreeuble con- mid I :Mrs./ I Henry I I II. I Biixhus I h of
have many times seen sweet potatoes best posted men on poultry in the sequences. I like the flame of a candle may .be mado Shuiu>urliLlti.Io.., are guests. of Itov.and i I the1 grounds a tat establishing i the .

cured with good results by simply South and is a'I."I'y able talker. While ---- ..-- to cut a cake of tallow in two by ''tl/ Aimstiong and u family i I this colony will I I I lie eonime-tiee'd I i in the nearfuture.

pl'oviding'I.ntilation through the ordinary hero he visited Sturko, Brooker and R,\IFORDMrs. means of melting it. The existence" wc'c'k. The1 .se-lection of the site fur
or bank in which of this convenience here will often this home i. believed to be 'wise-- one.
pit many; n
Lake Uutlvr schools, wheie pupils are .
i ri.. Iliinly' I Dowling) of l.ako City,
sweet potatoes are stored... This can enrolled in the poultry club work and save much money to those who suffer I ---. f
i"'I..itinlt her mother Mrs. I Hewitt,
be done by making an opening at th.c In older that he might have audiencesdil'I'I.tI : It. Andrews!'!, of Jacksonville, breakage of machinery.; .VGRKTLTFRAL; (').I'U-I: UN" Till i'; t tINCREASE
nnd brothels, I Dick and i I l.uni I Hewitt I
Saturday night anti!
bottom, allowing the air to pass!' in interested. spent Sunday I : !; I IMr.
this week.Mrs. .
and through the potatoes then out -_ ._ _ I with parents Mr. and Mrs A. 1 D. An- LANDS: BRIM: ( (iOOHI'HCE ( .
Tom Andiewdied at her homo '
drews.Mr.I .
through an opening at the top. The KEPT ( uiumEN I =" orr OF SCHOOL / AT LEGL: SALE Monday morning and,I her hody laid to : i .1. U. Traxler, county demonstration -
ventilation will in a few weeks dry B. I. '1 ami family left
luyior '
I rest. in JoI"'I': -1I Chapel cemeteiy on I agent, lepoits I that membership -
and cure the potatoes after which the Saturday Judge Gardiner disposedof Wednesday' aft..l'lloon for Jacksonville Some: lively bidding was developed. Tuesday. morning i Rev. Aimstrong in the agricultural" I clubs for \

ventilation may be closed to keep the the t first cases, arising from a breachof where they will make their future t first :Monday, at the courthouse when conducting the funeral KI'I'i'I'S.1I's": the coming ;year is ic'iichmg enormousi .

potatoes at a more uniform tempera- the compulsory school attendance home. W. E.; Davis, .1.r.: Alvarez and. C. fi.hearn ':. Andrews was a loving Christian mother propoitiotis, and if tho schools not .J

ture. law that had come before him. William The :MacClenney High School Basket .\ as commissioners in a partition and a devoted wife, having boon a visited tespond. us have those vIsited

With proper storing sweet potatoescan Brown, C. L. Gilliard, :Mills Bat Bull Girls played the Raiford Girls suit, offered for sale 1150;; ) acres (consistent member of the Lake Butler ho will have tho greatest membership

be dug and stored in wet weather ten and :Madison Hall were brought Basket Ball Team Saturday afternoon of land in sections. :3!, I 10, 15 and 27 of Baptist church She leaves 11 husband of any county in the state..

and can be kept 111 good condition for before him on charges of keeping their I at three thirty o'clock, the scoie was i. township 7. range :21, known as the anti ,several children I to nu.>urn Them clubs consist of the corn,

many months.I children out of school without legal twenty-two to eight in favor of I Rai Price lands, having been for many her death. Their many friends extend peanut ami sweet potato clubs, and

shall be glad to give further advice excuses preferred by ;Mrs. Sprinkle.As ford girls. On the Mucclenny team the years the property of Price Brothers to the bereaved famify their the membership, is being well divided

to any one who cares to try storing these were the first cases of the girls were, Minnie Howell, :Mae West of Flippon, Ga. Both of the former deepest, sympathy.Mrs. between the two clubs. The corn club

sweet potatoes either for home kind, to come before him, the judgelet er, Resta Lunner, Mary Williams, Sara owners are dead and the sale became Altman I left lust week for her is at present writing in the lead with

use or for market.J.. them off with payment of cost Smith, the girls on the Raiford necessary in the division of their estates. home' in :New York, having resigned 2-1:' l11eml>l'I's.PPUtCJTI'8.IIUII. '..".

O. TRAXLER, of court and a promise to not repeat team were, Loca Cason, Helen Nuu- The lands are located, from six her position here as teacher. -.-

County Agont.! the offense. right, Perla Whitten, :Mamie Denmark to eight miles south of Starke. Prof. I Roberts has accepted a position
; : : PAPERMr. ,
Subsequent similar eases will not be I Ana :Mae Anderson. ;Messrs.[ ('. L. Peek & Son; of Starko, as teacher in the high school.G. \ : ,

530:> TRAINS=" TAKEN. : OFF let off so easily, and parents should Col. Crews and Sheriff Epperson, C. E.; Harper, of Hampton, I D. K. W. S. WUIP was greeting friends Johnson who lives utEarle
: [ \V. I II. ,
take warning. ;Mrs. Sprinkle, the attendance of Starke, were in town Monday after Knight, of Staike Jeff, N'ubb of Supp, in Lake Butler Fridiiy afternoon. contmuanco)
:S.:; C. in ordciing / .
New York Dec. 1).-The biggestcut officer, will see that the lawis noon. and II. F. Price, of Graham, were the henry Rosenberg left this week for of hm subscription to the Telegraph!

in train service in the history of enforced anti as it is for the goodof Va-icoe Andreu and Foelyn Stroupewere I bidders. Mr. Price's bid of $7173 for Montgomery, Ala., for several days writes

the American railways, is effective to. the children that they attend I school visitors to Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. the 1150 acres was the last male. nnd visit. :

night when 550;; trains will be elimi- regularly, parents should co-operate : ( and :Mrs. J. T. Barnes, of :Miller [ the lands were knocked olf to him. :Mr. I Hull lei-lured at the :Methodist( I was thinking of not renewing, hut .

nated on the eastern lines to conserve with her. spent Saturday night and Sunday :Mr. Price is a successful turpentineopt'iator church Thursday evening and a neat old I Himlfiiril I hus my heart and I I long

fuel. S with friends here. and will soon have the gum !sum was realized for the benefit of to bo with you for it is the gardenS ''I i

-_,_____ ,. --_. :MORE .FINE=" : POTTOES; MISH Yoden Jones, nnd ThelmiiSchtll flowing from the timber on his newly tho high ",'hool. ,'ot .of the woi'Id and I am to make it

PROMINENT: =" :MACOY( MAN=" of Lake Butler, were visitors acquired i Ia nil.... J. S. Iltavut.rtl. of I Dukes, was in my homo some day before lontf.
J. L. Undeihill is among those farmers Thanking you for sending tho paper
IXl'TI > town .Monday.
over hole :Monday afternoon.
who have made a big success of I \\"airin I'cikms! and Ralph ,Alvarez usnm'IW'E: / ( ROBIN'sON'SMr. ( / : : I. I.'. Lamb Woithmgton, was in I promptly l; I loniuin,
sweet growing this .'t Your friend JW.
What camp near being a Kerious!' automobile potato season. of Stuike, were visitors over here Sunday IImTl1I'C I I / bY I town :MonduvMisses ) II. JOHNSON: : j S j ,
few the
days ago he brought to I
( Cora and Etta
Spues spent,
accident occurred( early Monday afternoon. |I ,:
of Starko 12 Portn Rico yarns B'1I1k'l the.. w..k.r.nd, .. I ___ :.Mulwuv. . .. .. with I theirpatents. ,
t nt I
morning of last week just south Miss lIessie Kennedy and :MammieDenmaik : and Mr'1 ". 1. C. Robinson !gave u ; 4session
of town when C'. L. Peek lo..t controlof filled a half bushel measure. weie. visitors to Lake Butler I their little son, Lester, Pricea, ilelightful I. Doc. Ith and the follovtinf "f."I; ""I.,* !
his Ford roadster( and ran down one and a half acres of land. Mr. I Sunday afternoon.The birthday patty :Saturday;; aftt'Inoon. :Mrs.I Failos! enteitmneil I u numberof fleers wore ,'(,'c'h.d(1': : ( ''. J.V.. .' J

Robert L. Bernor. a prominent attorney derbill harvested :MJ.'i: bushels of un-I' I Ladies Aid Society met at the ' The young gentleman wa ;young [people' in the park Saturdayafternoon I guardian, ; :Mrs.t .1. K. Chustuin, del- r rI I

of :Macon, Ga.; tatoes.M. Baptist church Tuesday afternoon at six ;years of ago, and his little fnonds, in honor of her) daughter, visor; :Mrs. G. A. Epperson: banker;
; W. Lee of Lakeside brought -I I o'clock. ;z r: who came to celebrate the occasion Willie :Mae's hiithday. Many games I :\II' .. A C. Stnckland l'Il'I'k1'8.; : [ \V.
:Mr. Berner was interested in some:! the product of one hill. or stand of po and ,delirious lefieshmonts Loudholtz.: \ attendant ; :Mrs.( George '
J. O. Truxler organized' a corn club with him, each brought" a suitable were enjoyed -
lands( that were to be sold at public tatoes. It consisted, of four ;yams that here in the school Tuesday. afternoon, present.Christmas. were seivod of fruit sulnd aril Coleman, assistant attendant; :''.I ra.I I

outcry during the legal hours of sale\ weighed 15 pounds. One of these enrolling. fourteen boys. decorationwere used to crackers. Mrs[ Fuiles was assisted in I Hardy :Scut; "'borough, chaplain; Mrs.Jluirell. .

Monday at the courthouse and Mr. jams was the largest seen here this There was an oyster make the rooms mure attractive. and entertaining by :MIHSOH. Thelmii Schell inner, sentinel, :'01'1I. Tom

Peek who was familiar with the location season. It weighed 8 1-2 pounds andis Saturday night in the Brooks supper build given the birthday cake was ornamented ..I'slli.lilli/ Allie Andrews and Yoluml ('hll tll in, outer !sentinel ; :M fll. C. F. }1
of the lands. volunteered to drive a foot long.! :Mrs. W. :M.[
over with .Tone-*. Rivers third manager, '
ing for the benefit of the school, and six candles. The children enjoyed -
him out on an inspection tour of the --+ "' '
reached, I the sum of thirty-three dollars was out-door games until the time for LnHButler chapter met in regular .Johnston second manager; O. I Rob- j ,
When they Alligator BAPTIST
creek tract. it was found that the bridge I raised. refreshments, when they were invited session Tuesday afternoon at ::1:111::{! and erts, musician; )Drs. King and Mumes, j J ',

an.Iit Quite a crowd of the young folks into the dining room and treated tn the following officers were elected! for grove physicians.
of reconstruction
were in course Sunday school, 10 a. m. 4
ambrosia the (ensuing : :Mrs. A. C. Strickland Perbuth Williams entertained a
attended the show at the state farm and cake. Toy balloons of year
take the side road ,
was necessary to ] Morning worship. 11 a. m. Saturday night. all sues and! colors were given as favors worthy matron ; A. C. Strick- number of her little friends Tuesdayafternoon
leading around through! the swamp. I B. Y. P. U. Junior and Senior, 6TO::\
:Mrs. F. (i. in honor of her tenth birth.
side road School was taught Saturday to makeup 'J the happy guests. When the land worthy patron
Just after entering! this they p. m. associate Mrs.; J. E. day. Many; were played( and I I
ravine with # for the Friday that was missed after bir.hday cake was cut Richard lIar- Schi-ll matron; games
small abrupt 7:30
came to a i Evening worship. p. m. Thanksgiving. vifil !got the much coveted slice containing Memos, secretary; Mrs. (;. A. Epper; delicious refreshments were nerved.'!
banks. The car stalled and to lighten Wednesday prayer; and business, S. I I. Hendrix. left this week for con- j I
O/.ias Alvarez of Virginia, ia the dime. son, treasurer; Mrs R. E. Doll conductress -
the load :Mr. Berner dismounted and 7:30:: p. in.Devotional. The little invited Mrs H. N. Stanton, associate ference in Lakeland. 'j ''I
spending a few days! with his mother, people were Beatrice ;
stood off a few feet to the front on topics resumed. con.luctressf: i,, Marshall Luke Butler chapter will meet on .
:Mrs LoomiP Alvarez.A. Johns, Ava Lou Poppell. Louise ;
of the road.. Mr Peek service of sacred music ;
the right side I Christmas B. Canova and Lawrence Simmons I'eek. Eloise: Ritch, Julia 'anova, Eth-: Proctor Ruth ; Mrs. II. !. Pnester the fourth Tuesday evening and tho l'
put on full power And when the car Sunday evening. Dec.. 2Rth at : of Sanderson, were visitors to olin White Annie Long, HaitI Adkins Esther; Mrs. (i. W. Alderman Martha officers for the year 19JO will be* in

bounded out of the ravine it hade.ltoward =" *-/LIVE/ STOCK our town Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Evelyn; !Stump' Alice Fernandez ; Mrs. Russell Chastum, Electa: ; stalled. Each; member requested. to be !f
who started i

:Mr.[ homer mm'ing | I I : ;Manly[ Luck, of Green Cove Betty Mcl.ane, Leila Dea Andrews," Mrs. T. J. Townsend, chaplain ; :Mrs present.
backward, but stumbled and fell. H L. marshal Mrs. W. H. Sunbeam I Band Program for //f'('. II
controlof Interstate;; Stock Yard, Talley- Springs, was visiting friends here Charlotte Rosenberg, Merrill( McMil: Sprinkl, ;
Before ;Mr. Peek could regain The "
I Sunday.Mr. lan, Jim Popped, Billy Graham Jul. Lee, organist; Mrs. Joe Crews, warden Song "Be a Hero.
the local stocki
the it had over the pros rand avenue, report on
car run & Dennis is a'l' : and :Mrs. W. II. Andrews and ian Peek, Jr., James Richard Wainwright ; Mrs.( G. W. Alderman, sentinel Roll)( call.
trate man so that the front axle was i market by Williamson Richard Ben !' The Woman's ;Missionary Union met Business.Prayer. ,
:Mrs. A. D. Andrews attended the funeral Long Stemherir, .

resting on his chest. The laborers and on I follows Hon- :Rve@ipU light I'.pecto, 10".'. services of :Mrs.[ Tom Andrewsat Richard Harvard, Paul Ernest Knight, in the Baptist church Wednesday afternoon .

the bridge rushed to the scene Choice h..., _. .... .._..-.....I1I.1'1dll 1 5/. /) Elzey chapel southwest of Lake S. R. Johns Jr., Charles Ahearn, Eugene Mrs. A. C. Strickland presid Song, ,'Little Sunbeams."
lifted the car, and ;Mr[ 1''mpr was I 1'I.T5IiCII.//) David..
Oood heavy !
ing. Topic,
__ .. __.._ _" 1I.1//| Butler Tuesday.Mr. Matthews. Charles Lucian Wait -
Hulk ""
helped up and brought! t rap'I 1 Rough"h..p' "."_u..u."" ..- '.KO clOfl') ; and) ;Mrs. Drew Reddish of Water right, Walter :McDonald, Jr. Tom Singer and family spent the Memory verso Leslie Futch.
idly as possible. Dr ik: n was I L.hI< 136 to 145 Ib.. 9.1 'tlOn9. / oak, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. week-end at Gainesville.Mrs. Scripture lesson, Psalm! 121-Lula
lbs to 135 lbs 2*
summoned *>" < .d him suffering H.v pin. 110 900JVJ) 8''> HATES ADVANCED: Whitten, of Raiford spent the Scarborough.David .
',,,,h. .... Ill !A. down -- es J. If. Ritch Sunday.
co'isi-1 ' <>m shock, but there did qk.... p...___.______________.._. ... 400" 1) The Sila Green show from New week-end with! Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dekla. and Goliath-Mary! Borum.
S a.' to be any seriou* injuries., f-.t rnghO'i. 2XX252J David Overcomes Goliath-Zenitl1 ,t
R.n... pm Orleans has arrived. The Telegraph finds it nec 4ary to t
he left Monday afternoon for his I I. Cattle. R.t.ipU H<
home in :Macon and nothing has since, n T:* .::,- .._::-: 4 1.0051 IMW) 600 it.I 04' Mrs. W. S. Yelvington, of Hastings, space The Increase will become her borne In Pensacola after a few David and Jonathan-Virian Fowler
been heard of his condition though ?STr7in .::::::::. "Faith Will Bring the _
: .: JIS2JJJ. Is spending the week with her par. effective January 1st. The rjew weeks' visit with her parents Mr. Special song,
It U thought probable he has by now. Bull ia .. __ .--_ -. 4 51); 4 SO I ents, Judge and Mri. Geo. A. Gait rates will be furnished on applicationto and :Mrs. W. J Townsend. Blessing Every Tim ." \

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COUNTY AGENT "":.\KSTiRlt'ly HI'mfr.'fHItI..rrS/ :" :: BlC'LITHlII: : -' CATGUT :MRS. I.. A. /DAVIS ENTERTAINS::" : ; LAKE /lit TLEK GORNTO-JONES; :" ( :

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Night ;Marshal! Molt Nabs Three Dan.Kermis On last Saturday evening nt eight Luke Butler, II)" '. 12.: -:Mrs. Sims
.Ad ice on Handling Sweet "Bet that fellow stole his bicycle. I : tl'. and :Mr-. Da..I. :.Mudiinn, Gornto ; -
Characters Thus solioquized Chief Kite Wednesday !- o"ockIrs! : L. A. Davis delightfully has taken' charge of the Erlgar ( announce the engagement and
Potatoes :Miss :Mae Duke) anti! .sister : approaching
of her ,
entertained' a number + tot..I'1
morning as detected a sus fri..nd"l I marriage of their daughter '
Saturday night the night/ marshal : regressive Kook." The parlorswere Whitphurst of Five :Mile/ (' '
picious-looking young man trying w.w I l.n Ruby, to11': Frank Lewis Jones,
The sweet pototo crop is of great I I' of Raiford discovered three suspicious sell a bicycle. :Mr. Kite went there | tastefully decorated! with ferns Lake Butler shopping Tuesday. the' wedding to take place on the afternoon -

importance to Bradford County and I looking men beating their way on a and made inquiries. The stranger' said! and pink roses I Rev./ S. S. Proctor )left :Monday, for of December :!20th 1919! at .

no doubt will continue to grow in favor ] northbound freight train. He/ arrested he wa in charge of some workmen 1 On the arrival of cou'hotUl'IIt/ they Jacksonville and,! Tallahassee.Mrs. 11<>11)(0. :ao l( W. Seventh St., att'

if a few precautions are taken to I I thl'm. and,! when searching them near Theressa and used the bicycle in \\el'(' presenter! with i I small trays, from I : . S. :S';. Proctor and,, daughter, o'clock, ( Jacksonville, Flu. 4,

enable farmers to profit from their found,! that one of them had a revolver! his work. But that sounded too thin which they! drew dainty score l'al'I.,1 Miss: Marshall, spout last Friday at i :Much cordial interest in the

production.The and that all were supplied with a and he took the stranger in tow to done in pink and! /green, designating/ Johnstown guests,;; of Mrs C. I.. Varns centers
number of and other tools for C. I I.. Barnes' and l family l passed announcement of the engagement( of!
present price of 75 cents per keys Mayor Hoover's office. The man who table and! Pllrtn..r.Aft'r "
this both Miss(
popular young couple,
opening locks. They' were locked' ,! the until lute through Lake Butler Tuesday, morning
bushel considering everything is not / up gave his name as Edward Smith told l enjoying/ game n Gornto and Mr. Jones having wide
far out of proportion and the farmercan I, in the little town jail, but during the the same story to the mayor. It hour: Mrs." Davis assisted by her' j e'n1'tnne to tin rtllw where they will a
circle' of friends who will extend!
grow them profitably for this I I night they broke out and,! presumably seemed too fishy and,! it was decidedto daughter.. Rules and! Lucille :Mitchelli make their future home.. gratulations.Miss con

price to be marketed from the fields.If boarded a northbound freight. lock the man up until more was served, delicious .refreshments, consisting I Prof. Schell( !left Friday., for tin extended
however the market should become I Sunday morning it became known found out in the matter. of chicken salad pickles, saltines ! trip to South Florida., : : Gornt.i; ) is a talented, musician

congested and there being no sale for that several stores in Baldwin had, But the prisoner had not long admired and hot-chocolate with marshmallows. Miss Thelmu' :Schell spent Tuesday and was educated! in the Florida! State

them at a reasonable figure there is been burglarized apparently by the the modern conveniences" of in Raiford. College for \'..ol11l'II.11' .

another way of realizing profits from i i men who had escaped from the Rui- Hotel! de Kite before he relented, and! Mrs. I H. C. Jones and Mrs JK.: The Woman's Club will meet on the :\ .Jones( i is the son of the late Dr./

this crop. This merely a storage proposition ; ford jail and the sheriff of Duval told that he had been in Plant City Perryninn added to the' entertainment 15: t th at :< o'clock p. m., and! each/ member Jones who was prominent\ dentist,

which if properly done will county notified, the authorities here the night before and that a negro by rendering! piano solos and :Mrs. is requested, to lie present.Miss !'! and has resided! lien with his mother,

very often pay handa amyls I I to keep a lookout for the P art u'.V, with Sparks' show had given him the Z. Adkins. sang two exquisite' 111'1(A'I : : Lillian B I:. l-'ulton( will have 1 II'". :\IIII'1.: Junes, sieee bis father's .

There are many methods of storing | When a southbound freight train bicycle. He/ was again brought before t tions.Mr.. charge of the services af the :Methodist .death.--Times-Union.'

sweet potatoes and only those of a arrived in Starke :Monday night it Mayor Hoover( but would not confess : and :Mrs.V.. B. ILn nrd! , :\/ church Sunday morning mini evening. :Miss Gornto, spent' her childhood, in

primary nature can be discussed\ in was thoroughly searched, by Night that he stole the bicycle. However, and :Mrs. It. A. Weeks, Mr. and, :Mrs.' S. Everyone: invited! to attend. StatKe and she has many/ friends, hero

this article.To '1 :\lal'IIhalIott: and the conductor! and the appearances were so much againsthim S. Howling, :Mr. and :Mis.'t./ 7.,1.. Friday! evening at the Baptist who. congratulate her' on; becoming a

keep sweet potatoes in good condition three men were found in hiding. They that the mayor decider! to keep kips :Mr. and :Mrs. L. G. Pow'll.11': church the B. Y. P. U. will have an bride and who wish her nil happiness,
; be well matured! before were arrested by the officers and locked him in ,! until he had heard _-- -- -+- ____ F'
they must custody and :31rs..1.! 1//. Hitl'll.11': and( :Mrs./ examination and! each member. is urged 1
digging. This can be determinedby up in the town jail. from the authorities in Plant City and J. L. l''l'k1' : r. and,! Mrs./ C. L. Peek, to be present. SITE: SELECTED: :/ FOR( HOME: OF

breaking or cutting one of them Tuesday mOI'ninA'Ir.: Kite examined Tampa where he is supposed to be 1\11',1II1l1 Mrs. D. C. Jones, :Mr. and, :Mrs.E. Hartley Varnes' of Johnstown, win in EPILEPTIC./ :/ < 11':1.:11I.1'1111:1J: : : : :; \ :
and! leaving it exposed to the air for a <1 the prisoners and were convinced wanted for this and other thefts. :. K. Perrynian Jl'. and :\Ira..1. :M. town Frilayheater' !

few minutes. If the cut or broken sur. that they were the men who had committed :Mitchell :Mr./ and :Mrs. I.. A. (Davis, The site for the home for epiletic
Lee in /
face dries quickly, they are ready to the burglaries at Baldwin and Lucille MitclK-ll I and / Davis spent Saturday HighSpriXgs
EARLY: STRAWBERRI: :: Ruby and feeble minded, of Florida, wasselected
and with friends
the sheriff of Duval Sunday at
dig but if it remains moist they ,shouldbe ; county was noti. A -. -_?
Providence.Mrs.! today by the locating committee.
left in the ground. Careful handling fied. During> the day n deputy I sheriff C. S. Uu'ling, of this city, shipperof INTERESTING:" :" PROCESS It will be five miles from th"Jl1in'I'loIity
should be observed in digging, came here and! carried the prisonersto : / Omie Scarborough spent the
Florida produce, sent away the ( of Florida Gainesville
Jacksonville. They believed! to week-end with :Miss Alberta. IIi ell ( ),
are iIIA',
gathering, hauling and unloading.
first full crate of strawberries of the The other Hay when the. Telegraphreporter on a three-thousand acre tract.
be convicts from the U. S. of Providence.Misses .
Avoid bruising or breaking ,the skin. "eu Wednesday.. The warm and dropped into Smith's Gnnigeto The last session, of the legislaturepassed
penitentiary at Ft. Leavenwortu : : !" .klIInd (LizzieTownsend
Handle them like eggs instead of like Kan. I favorable weather of late has causedthe see what lie! could, see, :Mr. E. II. a bill for the! establishment
attended! the bull at
stove wood. i berry plants to produce early, and Smith, the /proprietor .showed him how White game 'of such a home and the locating commute -

To keep sweet potatoes it is essential POL'LTIt1t.I EltS INTERESTED:" I berries have been sold of late by the acetylene welding was done :Mr. Lake Springs Butler Saturday.girls" 'and! boys basket was named, to select the site.

to dry or cure them in storage. quart to train, passengers at 50 cents.If Smith took two cast iron rods, and put This. locating committee, which win .'
-- l bull> teams" went over to High Springs
The main feature of a storage house During the early part' of this week I the coM wave comes that it predicted them end to end!, then directed, a tiny I Saturday to play. The Luke I Butler headed by \\'. I R. Thomas, u4! chairman,

is to control temperature and provide Dr. Nathan W. Sanborn state poultry I at this writing, the plants will havea spurt of flume of oxy-acetylene gas buys 1I'lIm011., the local girls losing looked! over 1 several sites offered to the t

ventilation at the same time. In orderto specialist, visited Bradford county backset. to where the roil join"Thp) immense to High Springs.' state for' the borne, finally/ .deciding!
cure and dry them quickly the temperature and made interesting addresseson --e---- heat of the flame melted.! the on the' Alachuu county site.
very E.: It. Poppell, and family returned
must be high to remove the poultry. His visit was made possible TO CAR OWNERS iron in n few seconds and! the rods to their home in Starke Saturday and The' home, or colony. willth'" the
moisture, after which it should be lowered together welded, for feeble ,!, and, Floridathe
through the co-operation of county were! joined -not their friends are glad to learn. that minded! epileptic
,! and kept uniform. It is important agent Traxler and home demonstration It is. now time to procure automobile cast iron will not allow of that, but tlieiivlmby. has entirely. recovered from advantage they have heretofore 1

then, thnt the house we well con- agent Mrs. Scott, and while licenses: and tags for 11)20.): ) anti, fused together, making the joint with its illness. been 'deprived! of ii nil will take theseof
sSructed,! that through artificial heat the visit short interested out a flaw. patients away from, the state hospital -
was :Miss. Edna:
many Sheriff W. J. Epperson urges all car Epperson of Waldo,
and ventilation the curing and drying were reached.Dr. This hot flame may be used for cutting I for the insane nt Chitttuhoorhee.
persons with homefolkH.Mr. .
owners to attend to this matter at spent, Saturday
process proceeds rapidly.I Sanborn is. considered, have many times seen sweet potatoes best posted men on poultry in the like the flame of a candle may l I.e marie Springfield., : ., are guests of Kev.: ; the grounds and, establishing the .

cured with good! results by simply South and is a very able talker. While sequences.-- -+-- to cut n cake of tallow i in two by and :\11'1 s. Armstrong mid family thisweek. colony will be eiumnenced, in the: near
providing ventilation through the ordinary here he visited Starke Hrooker and RAIFORD means of melting it. The existenceof future. The selection. of the site for

pit or bank in which many Lake Ilutlcr schools, where pupils are this convenience here will often :Mrs. Hardy/ l l o\\linjj> of lathe City this home is believed" to be a wise one. I
sweet potatoes are stored. This can KAvainuch to those who suffer I ---+
enrolled in the poultry club work and money I I
visiting !her mother, :Mrs. Hewitt.
be done by making an opening at th.u in order,! that he might have audiences :Mrs. R. Andrews,! of Jacksonville, breakage of machinery. and, brothers, I Dick and I Hewitt t. AGRICULTURAL; / CI.I'BS/ ON:' 'I" ": I
Saturday night and Sunday
bottom allowing the air to in spent / '
pass directly' interested. I I INCREASE: :
and through the potatoes then out I with parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. And LANDS:" \:" f/lOU; ( / this week.Mrs. i
Tom \IIln'wli..cI"t, her, home
through an opening at the top. The KEPT CHILDREN/ / : OUT OF SCHOOL() / rows. I II I'HJ1T: LEGAL: SALE :Monday morning. ami her 1 borly> hue, to 11r..1. Traxler, county farm dom-
ventilation will in a few weeks dry :Mr. B. I. 'lavtor and family left
I rest in Elx.ey's: Chapel cemetery. on 1111141 I'll t iOIl agent, reports t that membership -
and cure the potatoes after which the Saturday Judge Gardiner; ,disposedof Wednesday afternoon for Jacksonville I Some lively bidding was developedfirst Tuesday morning Kcv. Armstrong. in the agricultural clubs forthe 'I
ventilation be closed! to keep the where they will make their future
may the first cases arising from a breachof I Monday at the courthouse when conducting the' funeral' services :Mrs. ,'nminA''III':! is reaching enormous J
potatoes at a more uniform tempera- the compulsory I school attendancelaw home. W. K.: Davis, J. M./ Alvarez and, C. E. Andrews was a loving Christian moth proportions, anrl, if the schools not

ture.With that had come before him. William The :MacClenney High School Basket .Ahearn as commissioners in a partition ! er and a devoted wife, having been n visiterl respond a.s have those visited,

proper storing sweet potatoes Brown, C. L. Gilliard, :Mills Bat Ball Girls played, the Raiford (Girls suit, offered for sale 1150 acres consistent member of the Luke Butler he will have the greatest membership

! can be dug and! stored,! in wet weather ten and :Madison Hall were brought Basket Ball Team Saturday afternoonat of land in sections :a t, 10. 15 and( 27 of Baptist church. She leaves, n husband of any county in the state.

and can be kept in good condition for before him on charges of keeping their three thirty o'clock the score was ; township 7, range 21, known as the and I several children to mourn These clubs consist of the corn,

many months. children out of school without legal! twenty-two to eight in favor of Rai Price lands! having been for, many her death. Their many friends extend peanut and,! sweet potato clubs, and

I shall be glad to give further advice excuses preferred by :Mrs. Sprinkle.As ford girls. On the Macclenny team the :years! the property of Price Brothers to the bereaved,! family their the membership. is being well divided!

to any one who cares to try storing these were the first cases of the girls were, Minnie Howell, Mao %West of Flippen Ga. Both of the, former ,deepest, sympathy. between the two clulis. The corn clubis

sweet potatoes either for home kind to come before him, the judgelet er, Resta Lunner, Mary Williams!, Sara owners are dead and! the sale became Mrs.: Altmnn left last week for her at present writing in the lead with ,

use or for market.J.. them off with payment of cost Smith the girls on the Raiford necessary in the division of their es home in New York, having resigned,! 2i: members.APPRECIATES.HOME. '
O. TRAXLER of court and a promise to not repeat team were Loca Cason, Helen Nau- tate!'!. The lands are located from six her position here as teacher. I .

County Agunt. the offense. right, Perla Whitten Mamie Denmark to eight miles south of Starke. Prof. Roberts has accepted) a position + i .

Subsequent similar cases will not be Ana :Mae Anderson.Col. :Messrs. C. I. Peek & Son of Starke, as teacher in the, high school : : : PAPER ; 1

:330; TRAINS:" TAKEN OFF let off so easily, and,! parents should l Crews and Sheriff Epperson, C. K.: Harper, of Hampton, D. E. G. W. H. Ware was greeting friends '"
11 Ir. W. II. Johnson who lives atEurle
take warning. :Mrs. Sprinkle, the attendance of Starke, were in town Monday after Knight, of Stake, Jeff Nabb, of Sapp, in Lake Butler Friday, afternoon.. '
: S. C. in ordering'! continuanceof
New York Dec. 9.-The biggestcut ( officer, will see that the lawis noon. and! II. F'. Price, of Graham, were the Henry l Rosenberg left this week for
in train service in the history of enforced, and as it is for the good Vascoe Andreu and Foelyn Stroupewere bidders, Mr. Price's bid of $7175 for :Montgomery, Ala., for several days his subscription to the Telegraphwrites

the American railways is effective to- of the children that they attend! school visitors to Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. the 1151)) acres was the )lust midr and visit. :

night when 530; trains will be eliminated regularly! parents should cooperatewith and! Mrs. J. T. Barnes, of :Miller the lands. were knocker) olf to him. I :'011'. Hall !leeturerl at the :Methodist" I was thinking of not renewing" but : of

on the eastern lines to conserve her. spent Saturday night and Sunday Mr. Price is a "successful turpentine church! Thursday) evening( and a neat old Bradford has my heart and, I long 'FL' .i

fuel. .--- with frielllhere./ operator and will soon have the gum !sum was realized 1 for the l benefit> of to be with you, for it is the garden .
MORE/ : FINE:" : POTATOES spot of the world and 1 I am to make it 5
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PROMINENT( (:" MACON:' :MAN 1.1'1'0 1.I :' 'Scht'll, of Lake Butler. wero visitors required land- S. Howard', of Dukes) was in my home some .day before long.
I IN:' .\ ACCIDENT J. L. Underhill is among those farmers over here :Monday afternoon. -- town Monday.L ) Thanking' you for sending thu paper

who hate' marie. a big success of Warren Perkins and Halphlvar..7.. LUSTER: : PRICE( : /RIIINSN'SIItt'I'lll)1Y' !:' :' /i''. Lamb ..Worthingtitn, was In I promptly, I remain
sweet' growing this A Your friend! J. l'
potato season. I
What came near being a serious automobile of Starke, were visitors over here Sunday } / PARTY town :Monday.Misses ,
few days ago he brought to the Hank \\ II. JOIIN.sONsesdon : ; :
accident occurred early :Monday afternoon. : Cora arid Etta: Spires. spent} |I i

morning of last week just southof of Starke 12 Porto Rico yams that I :Miss Bessie: Kennedy anti :Mammie :Mr. and :\!i's." J. f. Robinson gave the week-end! at :Midway with their I "'t .'.."..
filled half bushel! From .
town when C. L. Peek lost control a measure. I Denmark were visitors. to Lake Butler t their little son, Lester Price, a den pat rents. Dei-/) Ith and the follow m"' ( officers I.
of his Ford roadster and ran down 1 one and a half acres of !land,! :Mr. Sunday afternoon.The I lightful! birthday party Saturday. af :Mrs. Failes. entertained, a numlierof were elected : Mrs J. \\'. Jo,-es, 1

Robert L Berner, a prominent attorney derbill harvester,! 32.1; bushels of un'j Ladies Aid! Society mot at the 1 ternoon. The young gentleman! was young people,, in the park Saturdayafternoon guardian, ; :\11.... J. It. Chastuin, &d- Ir.

of :Macon Ga. tatoes. /Bnpti church Tuesday afternoon at six years of age, mad') his little friendswho in honor of tier daughter.' visor; :Mrs., ((1!. A. Epperson: hunker;
:M. W. Lee. of Lakeside, brought 4 'cluck. z came to celebrate! the occasion Willie Mae's hil'lllliay.Iany: games :Mrs.\ A. C. Strickland, ,'Il.rkIr; : W.K. .
Mr. Berner was interested in some the product of one hill, or stand, of po enjoyed) and ,delirious refrenhments I:. l.oadholtattendant :Mrs. George( t
J. 0. Traxler' organize) a corn club with him each brought u suitable! were ; .
lands, that were to be sold at public tatoes. It consisted. of four 'I'nH' that here. in the school Tuesday afternoon )resent. were served l of fruit .sulud! and, Coleman'' assistant IIllt'"IIint1; : r!!. .(

outcry during the I legal I hours of sale weighed 15 pounds. One of these enrolling fourteen boys. Christmas 1I<'l'oratnw..r, (' used) to crackers. :'011'1<. Failes was! insisted in Hardy< Scarborough, chaplain ; Mrs.jlarrell I .
Monday at the courthouse, and location yams was the largest seen hero this There was an oyster supper given make the rooms more attractive, and entertaining' by :Misses Thelmu Schell, inner "l."till'IIrll.: Tom J

Peek who the was familiar volunteered with the to drive season. It weighed R 1-2 pounds and Saturday night in the Brooks build the birthday cake was ornamentedwith Jessie i /Hull, Allis Anrlrews and! Yolandloner. I Chustuin outer, sentinel; :Mrs.' C. F. r
of lands is over a foot long. River *, third! manager, :Mrs. W. :M.
of the ing for" the benefit of the school!, and! six candles. The children enjoyed
him out on an inspection tour ---+
1.11100lutl'r/ chapter met in regular Johnston, "eculIlmlinUlCt'r W. O. Roberts 4
reached! Alligator I the sum of thirty-three dollars was outdoor games until the time for ; '
When I1.11'TISTI
tract. raiser,) refreshments, when they were Invited session Tuesday afternoon at ::1:11)::!! arid! musician; Drs.' King and Maines, f'
it found that the bridgeswere : I
creek was )
of reconstruction an.tIt Quite a crowd of the young folks into the dining! room sand treated tn the following officers\ were elected, for grove physicians. i iI'.rbtth
in course Sunday school 10 a. m. /
ambrosia the ensuing : Mrs. A. C. Strick Williams. entertained a '
attended the show at the state farm and cake. Toy balloons of year
take the side road
was necessary to I :Morning worship, 11 a. m. land matron A. C. Strick number of her little friends Tuesday
Saturday, : night. all sues and colors were given as favors worthy ;
leading around through this side the mail swamp.! they I B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30: School was taught Saturday to makeup 'j the happy guests. When the land l. worthy patron :Mrs. 1n.. afternoon in honor of her tenth birth I,
Just after entering p. m. Schell associate matron Mrs. J. K.: day. :Many played und,
for the Friday that was missed after birthday cake was cut, Richard Har- ( ; games were
came to a small ravine with abrupt i Evening worship, 7:30: p. m. Thanksgiving. va'-,1 got the much coveted, slice containing :Moines, secretary; :Mrs' G. A. ":,)p'r- delicious refreshments were served.,
banks. The car stalled and,! to lighten 1 Wednesday prayer and business, Ozias Alvarez of Virginia U the dime. son, treasurer; Mrs. It. E. { H. I. Hendrix !left this week for conference ... .
the load Mr. Berner dismounted! andstood 7HO:: p. m.Devotional. spending a few days! with his mother I The little people invited( ) were Beatrice ductress; Mrs. H. N. in Lakeland. t

off a few feet to the front on i topics resumed. 4 :Mrs. Loomis Alvarez.A. Johns, Ava Lou Puppell' Louise ciate ron
the right side of the road.' :Mr. Peek Christmas service of sacred musicSunday B. Canova and Lawrence Sim. /Peek Eloise: Ritch, Julia Canova, Eth-: Proctor, Ruth ; Mrs. 1//. I". Priester. the fourth Tuesday evening and the ,r

put on full power and when the car, evening. _Dec., 2 ;th at 7:30.JACKSONVILLE : mons, of Sanderson, were visitors to olin White Annie Long, Hazel Adkins Esther; Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mar officers for the year 1920( will br inn
bounded out of the ravine it headed tha :Mrs. Russell Chustain Elvcta stalled. Each member requested to be i
LIVE STOCK our town Saturday afternoon. Evelyn: Stump, Aliee Fernandez, ; ; '
tlwardIr.: Berner who started moving I Mrs. :Manly Luck, of Green Cove Betty McLane, Leila lieu Andrews, I IIn.: T. J. Townsend chaplain; Mrs.H. present.Sunbeam.

llrPeekucould and control fell. I Stock; Yard, alley- Springs, was visiting friends here Charlotte Rosenberg, Merrill McMil L. Sprinkle, marshal; :Mrs. W. II. Band Program for /Dec. 1.SonR' .
regain The Interstate
Before : Sunday.Mr. lan, Jim Popped Billy Graham Jul. Lee, ortani"t.lrM.; : Joe Crews war "Be a Hero."
of the car it had run over the pros rand avenue, report on the local stock I..nIrs.: G. W. Alderman/ sentinel.! Roll call.
I : and Mra. W. II. Andrews and, ian Peek, Jr., James Richard Wainwright < ; ,
trate man so that the front axle was i market by Williamson & Dennis is as The Woman's : Union met Business.Prayer. '
:Mrs. A. D. Andrews attended the funeral ( Richard Long, Hen Steinberg, Missionary .
resting on his chest. The laborers on follows: lilht. rroopoc" 'lower. services of Mrs. Tom Andrew Richard Harvard, Paul Ernest Knight in the Baptist church Wednesday, afternoon .

the bridge rushed to the scene and |' Choice HnnR..lp.! hesv! ._ .__. -___...__.__.11 004511 a0 at Elzey chapel! southwest' of Lake S. R. Johns, Jr., Charles Ahearn, Eugene Mrs A. C. Stricklanrl presid Song, 'Little Sunbeams"
lifted the car, and :Mr P-rner was! Good heavy __._-___...- .u__-__ I0.r5atf00Hulk :Matthews Charles Lucian Wain- Topic David.
I : Butler (
... .. ... . ,. ing.Tom
helped up and brought( t < rap 1 -" :-----.:--::: -- tI.MttIO 00 and Mrs. Drew Reddish, of Water right( Walter McDonald Jr. Singer and family spent the :Memory verse-Leslie Futch.
idly as possible. Dr *' iUt n was B'SrAVfr, __ / weekend at Gainesville.Mrs. Scripture lesson Psalm 121-Lula
Tii-ic-. _. 1 004'44 71 oak, were guests of :Mr. and :Mrs.J. .
surnmrvned! f"d' him sufferingc."sir' r lIht pill.. "' ,"" down to, ..__.._. 1.A0g4; 1 110 H. Ritch Sunday.The RATES TO ADVANCED:" I : Whitten, of Raiford spent the Scarborough.David .
' ' >m shock but there didr skip' '. ._.__ _n.u... loere) Silaa Green show from New weekend with Mr. and Mrs T. J. De- and Goliath-Mary Borum.
ema ._.. ... 8.0M' son ''
ur to be any serious! injuries. .t r.nge, ." ".u. ..00(;| '.00 Orleans has arrived. The Telegraph finds it necessary to' kla. David Overcomes Goliath-Zenith ...I}
he left Monday afternoon for his Rung prim R"'PU. ""- ". Prapee4 ..... increase Its rates for display advertising I Mrs. Roger ColKns has returned to Armstrong.

home in :Macon and nothing has since CnwV" .__.-__--_----.--------..- --- *4 M
been heard of his condition, thoughIt V-iTrTi *u" .n..nn. 060 0| 500BUN. Is spendingthe week with her par come effective January lit. The jew) I weeks visit! with her parents, Mr. Special song, "Faith Will Bring the

1 It thought probable he has by now -_._.__::. .. .. .. 3.104..SI)" 4.50 ISO ents, Judge and Mn. Geo. A. Card- rates will be furnisher on applicationto and Mr. W. J. Townsend Blessing Ever' Time."

entirely recovered from the unfortu- V..t Hrden ealvn _- .. -- - 9.00017.00 the business office. 12-12-31. The Woodmen Circle met in regular Story of David. Prayer, t
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|,j I.I: rnpitniit'MM ' rifle. dim lie. might ( arry It with tils across his straining ,,)'..s. Once more THE PANAMA

Nan : . -larti.l' in silte| of herself. "It .own.liut their. smry' might!: have the rifle en me up 'to place ODd flnrne I

gf woiil'l. I... ,'.rtulu ,ilenth. Henry." been liti'l sin- given It to lilm 1 none

"I 1 iloii. t meiiti nt the worst to try t can tell. Hut Nun. holding buck refUHed '

Music to MI--" it' till we git il glimpse ofdiivl to 11'1 t him relieve her. The CANAL DEPARTMENT

.;:lit. Itut It'" quite a way over I drc-iided untile uliiih /Inn) huuntil lIe

tin..,ie. 'The '|iiiitlnn Is. Can we find Spain nil'UH: Mifi-lj' turned on

Mountain a nail up t" whenwe wunt to KO?" ImmN. und knees, iiml us they round- I I ---

"1 know two or three" she nnswiri'd eel It timnrd the (east clouds scudding I The I'anama, Canal 'j 1 hi l'at-I IY 'in 1 '.iiiuma to maMir! the '- j J"" ,

"if h.'y arc. only. not Hooded.. over. the open desert broke uudhot! :n lne\ement of modem fngincciingand ( :'ungnagv, so, line 'arnow- ,i iin .

'|1'1... -.rill, M.lined. to have passed! the llfc'ht of dawn uirulnst: the beetling I amonument of 1111111.111/ entiiinie I / he -election of American/ m.i ito "

liin. the' ,diirkneNS" was Intense" and nrcMe.He. I ' Little did I'hilio, II of. Spun 'iciu-c-nt| inu-inational n'nmniith <

fioni' .ilnive, the northern Superstitionscnine Spuln' turned In .come rollef to I think when, in l.'ioT; -, .,1|_\' ," inlexe.l.' .11 .- America.The .

By:. low mutterlngs of thunder. Compelleil I jiolnt to tliu corning dny. As lie did I at hi- mabilit.v to socuie u favorable temperature i" delightful.! .

FRANK H. SPEARMAN ; ; I to strike. out over the rocks to HO u gusit of \\ Ind. sweeping against! report. regarding! ; a watt-iway to the uirinir, ll uYi/riets/ the <'.u' 11'01110

Author of "WHIP 'ERINO SMITH" I !gi't up ,to uny of the trulls toward ElC'apltan I the lih""rflII., tiprd him IIhlo'\lse.1 Pacific, that nearly three and a half nights it seldom drops below > m,

: Nan, helped by De Spain( nnd, lie threw hlmxelf/ on his knees to' I centuries later the completion of the mg the use of blankets lil. '1

.. wlnn 1 he could, help', led the nscenttov \ avoid the dlzyy" 1'Ia, !i>. Ills) ride, which : "Hig Iiitch" would be successfullyme ; One salt watei' /l1"'PII"
0 0 t t 0 {.xMM; ; :-<>+0. . . . 4 may enjoy buthl'l'
(i/bprrlgftt, by CLr'*. ibourVTHie I ard the first ledge, they could, hope Iny under his hund I on the rock, '_implished by the efforts and ingenuity either, OCI'11 at any time of <. \ .

to lollfiw on, their dangerous. course. slipped' from remh. In the next Instant I of a nation then unt>orn.I Bay may be , ,' \
cnugTifpoint' ..i : ;, 'i\Tiilt 1111811 (01-111'1
are } ouVOU. I The point at which the two climbed he heard, It bouncing/ from rock .
I "What God has jomc-cl tujrethei let no 1 a I' tl P beautiful d I. ( p I ", .
) to do? nlmost live hundred. feet that night to rftck. live hundred feet below.fireally asunder" the
the "
was eveialarities of
man put response with finnj/ i ifioni '
"Itun in on tin in' from (cover wherever I
Music mountain N still pointed unriojcd' und, hunillliited. be '
up) of the Dominican Friars to whom .
4 to U pound- 1lh' and i \
. I can find It. > -m. nnd push them out in the. gup. No person, looking regained his fuet and i-polte! with n I foi .
in an
, I I Philip appealed jintelligent j may be caught with either hand .
tack. We've huve those horses.
got to I confused beiliives laugh to :>; Just she 1
wall reassure
nt that willingly un. us
. "If could without ,ic-port\ on the problem and or" ri d l and reel. At the Catun; I I' I,
we only got away it could ever, have been scaled" answered not to worry, a little singing : the, .shelved by the King Atlantic :
I -uhjeit was Spillway; the < ni, i
'I'': 1 n fight I in the dfiicl of night. Torn bruised sere-am struck their enrs ; something : who diemed this decision sufficient 1'11 .
the unihitious hiin
may pit -
, 'I "This is Sassonii' and his pang Nan. ami exhausted, Nun. hundcd up by her splashed suddenly\ done ut h.nnlagainst
\ 4 Tau 'lieurd t'lirdiilof., These are not I and final/. |tiest of the tl1l'PUI, I 1..1. il rfih "
lover, Ihr.l..r. nt last prostrate the. rock \Mill ; chips scattered, '
" \ I j-onr people. 1'1. to drive 'em ('rl' I I Onl.v;' five flays; -aili,.g fl'oml': \\ and frequently uttnmmt' II 1 I. i iof ,
on tin* ledge lit the real beginning of j between them.. From below, the soldieri
gone, Nun,.:' then tl'llll.lIll1l from, thut vantage( point I Hound" of a rlllc report ('rucked againstj : .I Odeu-to ( anal. ZoneThe! six feet. .-I'lotorH.' f/ul In' i ifi" ,
i will find tin, a dellghtfu voyagethiough '
"Then I K" '\'II II tin..> nui'le,, t their vvny along( the eastern I j the face (if the cliff. They were so the t in )letiuth nl'l '- i d.| InAlliKUtor
":.olin. 1111"i iPa do It whl 'perd I' I the you side of Music 'mountain for twonllo "'startled so completely''' IUlluzl'd. that Ioml' m
... Spain eue,.;:. "''ully. ".\ chance licloru they slopped' again to I| they stood rnotlonli,MM.Do I -. uaim wateiof the- Caribbean so 'unI down the COt, is saul to -holti i ;, ,
like nstless Atlantic. Prioj toI
bullet" rest. i ) Spain: looked" ,down nnd i\er the "Whoever/ He Is, God Help Him." I sands. of these monsters, I luiitmif l'

She spoko with' decision : "I go "1'' wns (i I r en 11.v will' nfter mldulght.A [ uneven. floor of the !cup. The rnol'll-1 I embarking at :New. Orleans, the wearei in the Canal /one is. plti i iOppoitunitus
I shot again!: In the I Kiuy: 1II00'ulnIIllht/ of khaki be- he fiom, Portland. On-,
with I rifle, llettei
u'e for ,
you. can n divining, "J"t'U" seized on by Do hoiises, spread like toys In the long recifation" .1.1enteitumment
, I ( from the" hot nin//le. The till,' fell Portland ;l.llIi"l'.w. : York in,
both of be kill d than II"n.
us! one. Help for the resting place he wunted.A perspective lay r"'I1.fully revealed, In l Out
Spain) are pentiful. >d l<
from the \ The block
away shoulder. 'Sun Tranc-isco. will have the opporttinity -
me up on this r."r. I've climbed l it 'h . lieiienth. an overhanging the of the morning., He. coulddiscover timeTin "
) ret i ss gray reign nt '
I speck' running/ '"" >'I'll< the ranehhouseHttuiiblc'd ,' ; of seeing one of the nhl.IInd, sports 11 fil
n hundred tlnnMy rllle Is in iny wall made shelter for the file thutbe no sign of life iiroun-J of ,
n nny one ring I'anama City.
us If 81 rl..k'n by an ax:, und I most interesting dties in 'he, L'nit'-d hul II I
room. Quick Ilenrj." insisted. to :Nun the lion Hut In utiother moment
on building warm SUM. scene tf many of the soldier- fp" i iduys
sprawled headlong the trail ThrowIng tiaditions ,
I / States. Cherishing her Ficnch -
his ontlnued! I
Ovc-rriillng < objec-
in her sonked clothing. It wus dangerous the little singing) wereum" en me again of
/ I is an object niti le-t! ><
the lever iijjaiu: like lightning.: le nnd New Orleans 'i- great !
lions\ Rim lifted, her foot to his hand ancestry!
both realized to start a fire, the tilow, f\t\ the heu\y Mug against! the beintf symbolic of ; I
I held the rllle buck to his dle k. Amel'ilnllM.
Spain I remindful of a city in FrnncI'nurt.ow -
De many
her second foot
>ut f.n Spain'sPhotilder .
j but tlity' "conceali, the blu c as best splintering r..kIIS repeated' 'tlie distant sport .centuries old. The irovernmui"maintains
lie did not lire. Second after 81'C.ond exhibiting
/gained the sloping! roof imddcriunhled they. could! und look the ('hanct uchunce report, of the rllle followed. quaint streets shops a number of recrentio, .
he waited. Nuu watched the rifle
her hands and knees Parisian wares, her excellent
on upto thut nearly thun that "t'nder, flrp" muttered De Spain.He .
more uny huts nlontt the Cnnul. Those in chart"ure
slowly come down uuQred siiw homes with vine
the window of her, A faroffI cuisine, picturesque
room. bud. gone before, cost them their looked nt :>;lIn. "We'd better keep advice
his. drawn face slowly" relax. Without 'covered walls and beautiful flower always pleased pivc regarding
>enl of thunder 1''h.1 from the mountains. !
lives.The. moving, he suld. "Conic 1 whoever la
: loml history, of
point interest
tukliiK his eyes off the sprawling which thru the trc1lised
Luckily no Hash had precededJt. gardens n poep -
nliove the mountains shooting follow hundred
mutterlngs can us a ami, hints.
he to his feet. As if Many
speck stiffly
rose will disclose. i' "hoPpinl I
nud Nan rifle In hand slid gate
now .grew rapidly' louder and yards either way. In front of De "Yunk"
In dream she his hand stretchedtoward is helped secure a Panama
a saw United
to the end of the lean-to wh..reDe while the two hovired over the Ore Spain u fourth bullet ctruck the rock. voyager, leaving the I
hat the chi flmanuf.ictilled ,
her and henrcl he looked by are
us way
"hi..h .
\ the ground. I States in December or January; will
Spain lwlr.h..r to a thunder "sijunll rolling wildly down ;o.UII. he muttered "I've got you Into
the far word "Comet"They \ in Columbia Euador
across gulf one : ( am m <
reach Cristobal Colon the Atlantic .
Tie directed her how to make a zigzag the e-astern slope,. burst over the Klip. a fix. If we ciin't stop that fellow, und at
reached the end of the trail.De for dollars instead of10
six or
'ndvunce toward the pine nnd abuve better than her he. liable end of the Canal just in time to
Nan knew companion Is to Can
even btop UH. "
rllle looked back. I !> dollais for his back the
In hand buddy
Spain, I ) in
nil to throw herself Hut and aldewlsenfter the fickle. nature of a range nnjttilng!: ?" be UHUed. waiting for her witness the end of the rainy season. I
The In across States.' Excellent silks '
sun bursting splendor and so main
every shot-and not to fire storm und,I understood uncomfortably to come up."Henry1". These towns, their names meaning in .
the desert the valley fcilk articles be .
great splashed I ColumbuI"commemurute may purchased .1'
often. sudden shift at She Spanish "Christopher and
well how might any was looking straight ribboned |
find the low-ljlug ridge with prices
quite reasonable.
In this way they ndvnnced slowly Moment, lay Uiflr entire path open to down Into the valley nnd laid her hundon the name of the indomitable
but safely to ,the disputed point and Its fierceness. She wurned De Spain lie' Spain's "shoulder. "Is there any gold. FlrtherII' the gap horsemen sailor who visited Panama in : For travel and education a visit t<
stirred by the firing were riding rap can hardly be excelled. From
then unl..r"I"I-the horses were they must be moving/ (, and freshened thing moving on the ridge-over there down toward :Sassoon's ranchhouse. 1502, looking for the narrow space bctween lanaml
gone. A fresh discharge of "shots cam< by the brief rtst, 1I."y'et out toward -"see' Just east( of Bassoon's ranch- idly : the the .seas of which the Indians United States to the tropics u,
Hut the black thing five
the closeness
1 clays permits th>
from two dlrl''l-H..tuIDgly from L'l:: riuiitun., house?" poke.United. ,
the hoUHe and the stable. A moment They hud covered more than half De Spain his eyes bent on the point Bunshlne lay quite still. States'; troops are stationed soldier to avail himself of furlouprh1-

later they heard xlmrp firing far down the distance thut separated' them from Nan Indicated, drew her forward to a (Continued Next Week) principally at Cristobal and Gatun at the time allowed for which is in addition

the gup their sole .avenue of escape. the tlilT, when a si (' tnl, thunderstorm dip In the trail which to one stretched the Atlantic end and at Corozo] with to the time consumed travel

They withdrew, to the shelter\ of a seeming! to runh In from the desert I fiat afforded a .Plight protection. He ZIFF in a few miles of Panama City the ling lie may also take advantage of
rock fumlllur .Van In the of the and Balboa I short leaves to visit Costa Rica, Columbia .
Innre to even burst above their heads. Drenched made her lie down and just beyond Capital republic

dark. While De Spain wns debuting with ruin they were forced to draw her refuge choie a where the Ziff, Dec. 12.-Rev. Woods of Ancon the heudquaters of the Panama and other South American

In bis mind how to meet the emergency buck under a projecting rock. In another path broadening n little and rising) Instead Staike filled his re-gular appointment Canal Government, at the Pac I Countries.The .

she stood nt his "Hide, his equal moment the two storms, meeting of sloping) toward the outer at Dedan Saturday and Sunday.Mr. ific entrance. operation of the Canal including

tie knew. In courage, during uud resource In the /gup, rushed. together. As Ifan edge, gave him a rhunre to brace himself and Mrs. R. B. Thomas attended The original towns are typicalbSpanish. I the maintenance of the works in

nnd answered, his rapid! questions unseen hund/ hud touched a thousand between two rocks. Flattened church nt New Hope Sun
ns to lu"MlloleCII, / I"WII'II ofescape. granite "springs' above: the gap, there like a target In midair he threw : W. H. Hodges! nnd children. of will find the "oui" of France becomes I miles wide and fifty miles long, is under

The ruin. whUh had been, every slender crevice spouted a his hut down to Nan nnd resting on :New.: River spent the week-end here "!'i" of the Latin Countries although the United States.. Government

nhatlng now reused but from every I stream tliut shot fouinlug out from one knee, waited for the fhot that with relatives and friends.Hev. many of the Panamanians he will : ('ontro Civilian specialties embracing

fissure In the mountains camp the roar the "inountiiinsiiles.' The sound of moving "should, tumble him down 131 t'upitiin or B C. Scuiborough of Jacksonv find, peak Jon: lish. The negroes are about 7.J various crafts and, professions

of rushing. water and little openings waters rose In a dull vast roar betray the man bent on killing hi 111. (', attended church at odan Saturday mainly Jamaicans. The towns in the ('IWe the necessary lutil

I of roi'k arid wuterwuy that might have broken by the' unseen boom of distant Another bullet deliberately aimed. and Sunday. Canal Zone, however are decidelyAmerican. These are practically al Ameiicans-

offered a chanre when. dry were now fulls., launching liufe: iniiHses of water chipped, the rock above him. Nun, Quite a crowd of young folks attended I The continued activitiesof Upon the completion .f three Y"I/-

out of the question,. In fact It was Into caverns fur In-low. The storm- ngonUIng( : In her suspense, cried out the cane indmg at the home the fast fifteen years have planted s..rvice. the soldier may, if he desirefc

Nan's belief that I K.fore morning. water laden, wind, tore and swirled among she must join him and go with hltnIf of J. W. Lewis Friday, night.Mrs. I the Yankee spirit and the modern to continue his stay and -uitabK,

would he running over the main the. crowded, peaks, anil above all thliugry he went. He steadied, her. with a : !' K. J. :Mott of Hague, is spending shops, trains.. and .clean paved, streets, qualified, apply I for a position 'in. .>

trail Itself."Yet . sky inoiiiied and quivered in the few words. A bullet struck ngiiln!: : the wre'k with her daughter, :Mrs. remind one constantly of "back horn('". I civilian ,'uplcty. at a''ltJ.i

," said De Spuln' finally "before rage/ of the elements.It . viciously close !between them. IJe Rosa Kelly.Seveia I The soldier finds! a splendid oppoitun- >111"')'.

morning we must. /be a long way frotu was only the lulls between the Spain' spoke' slowly : "Give me your ] of our people attended services I

this purtlrulur "1'''''. Nan. Sussoon. sharp" squnlls thut enabled them to rill,,." Without turning! hi* head ho at Dedan Sunday.

Ink. posted, men at the neck of the cover the trail befoie. .du.vlight. When helil out his. hand keeping' his eyes wI.pkI I were in Starke Saturday. I| Stuilings!! Wednesday night.I .

gap that's the first thing he would do. they paused 1 before, ii Capltan the I rigidly: on the suspicious spot ou the :Miss Edna Baxter spent the E. H. Carter is on the sick list at I I Horace Starling wn< visiting fr.nd.

I'll tell you." he said suddenly' as fury of the. night! I sei-tiied largely to rlol!:... "How far Is It to that roud. end at 1'rookcr with her parents.J. this writing.. 1 in :Maxille. UI'inl the past week.Bailej .

when nfter long un<'ertulnty and' anxious have evtiiiusted: itself, but the overdunged Nun ?" B. ;Mills, of Staike, was the guest Sheriff Elam Weeks, of Green Coxc- I Llln Jak"'m

doubt one <.houses. an alternative "! air bung, / IIbothe mountains :She; looked toward the faint line of his sister, :Mrs. R. 1'. Lewis, Sun Springs was visiting in this section I I a few days; U-t week with his parents

and huMterm to follow it. "Hetreut Is trembling und, niounlng! like abiulHcd that lav In the deep shadows, 1.below. day. Saturday.Mis. ;1'. ard Mi-1 Iiavul Lang. ,

the thing, for UN, Nun. Ll" '" muke for ,i uud stricken thing. Lightning "Threw hundred. )'urI"." CLAY HILL Carrie Sturling, of Jacksonville I -

Music mountain unit rruwl Into our plu.vlug' across the inky heavens.Mned "Nun. If It wasn't for you, I couldn't spent a few days last week with TRUSS I \NCELKI1

cave till morning. Lefever will /get : In con-Hint, sheets from .ofl.1 travel this country ut all," he remarked relatives and fi'lends.Mrs. .
In lll'r."IIII' time I""wrru1'1II'n to end of the liorl/oii. Under It all "' with studious unconcern. Clay Hill. Dec. 12.-H. B. Hudsonmade Grand and daughter of Four !euboiiril Trains Annulled rum
business trip to Jacksonville Ruby
we can connect with him" the two refug" e''. high on the. mountainside I I "Lust time I had no ammunition-this ;Monday.a I Jacksonville, spt-nt a few clays with Coal Shortage

Kenllzlnu Unit no time wns to be lost , looked. clown I ou the. Hooding I time, no rllle-jou always have tint's :'
W. A. Stalling and son Curtis S. JStalling her parents, .Mr. and :Mrs. fJeo. E.
they set nut on tin- long Journey. Kvry ; gap.'Ihitr. I needed. I low hinb.! lire we, Nun? I '
:Maxville Early ( morning Agentfintlin
were visitors to on Wilkinson.Messrs. Tuesday /
foot of the troublesome wny offered flight wus almost ended.'' Only I "Seven hundred feet." advised that the

,llIIi"IIItI"'II'r Impeded'' themcontlnuiillv. the sheer ,'II'Y' nheud, bin,ked theirileseent "I h' 'III.' for III... Nun, will 3'011'" Saturday. I I > Geo., L.V.. and Arthur passenger wns trains on ,this division following of
:Nun, picked their trull. to the nspi'n /giovi" Hardly, :Messrs. Harelie and l.tinnie 1'1Illl'tt'l, Wilkinson anil Jim Strickland wereattending
"Id member the wind'I. she tlllr'rl'tl.IlIljuln the
IV I ;Mr-. ;1.1111"thu . I Seaboard" railway hail been declaied -
nut for IIt'r pirtiit, fumlllnrlty with a moment I.II..J. aft. i tin v hud : the sight as he hud asked, Aithui and Leo to husmi s in (dieen; CoveMonday. I canceled
!: on account of the
and da ;Maudi.wen .
Verv foot of the erollnil, thev enlllrlnot Padgett ighter pl.vui.
; ;" : ;;;;;;; ; \\ilh the cautioning words she.passi ,. the vi-itoi" :'o Highland I ing: coal ,hol.tlle:
hiive got, to 'the ,mountain at all. I I '>l ,the burnished' weapon.' ('litterIng among! Quite a ciovvd of < !aHill folks N'os. J(( 21. known nth "Cedar
When they got to the. mountain trull with the Into his SaturdayMi 1 atti, the cam\ u'l i"il '\ng .it W A. Ki.tiams north ,
[ jtt raindrops. of WaldoN'os
> : -i, "ii. igi' .1 n l I.i .in'" 1I't.i t
Itself they found their way swept by a hand, A Mush cumu from the distant I: and Ifi, known athi' 'I ,im-,

r mad rush of lulling water. Its ,deafenIng i, ridge! Throw lug hit rllle to his shmild Back-aches Rim-Down itl'.I.I 11'\1" Juvk-onv). and Tam

,. roar "punctiiied. by fragments! of r. I ", :Spain;[ covered a hardly pereeptlMe a mmm (lU.

loosened rock, "lo-h. swept. ,downward blue k object on the trull midway Weak, Nervous This li avi only two pa>-ungrrtinm
k, from' ledge, to ledge. split' and thundered I between Sussoim's rllllf'h.hnll.e TlThere I ,, Starke '
pa--in wa -
'Atlantn (;in I Midi-red for long tinm i "I..h /
thev dashed.
I as themselvesugalnst I nnd a little brill;:... Then he llred before from fcuiinux wc-ukUf'H "hi..h < "alined moto ( the dav'. They Il'e:

the moiintiilnsiiic, ( m a protected Nun could believe, he had lined I Helps 'INK,Dine ill runlovtn. R"uthh, '1'd:1., :), 11 :07 a, and

o Hour. the two stood. for a momilit I the sights. Once, twice, three times. I ( weak imd. I :No.: 1,11 .:>,; p. m. mo
llntoninir to the. I .),, iiervim. nnd, I sufiii '
ronr of the cutiimct his hand fell und rose, "sharply ou the I be doubt t"7 f..1 ""h hll..k. I! "llhb."nd-. =-u. J, :::0( : a. m,. and
Unit laid cut them. ofT their refuge."No !: 1""I'r.lIh every murk of preilsliui, as to the can merit of no Cardui, I ( \.) 'hi'H und, puum' inlav : I 1.4/: ; p. m.

II"". Nun," s III.I lie Spain. >et so rapidly Nan could not understand the woman's tonic, in I -(_...." 'f "u.'rn'h'n."o iiili 'I w"i*jut I

"There Isn't un>" other. trull U there?" how lie could discover' vvhut his the treatment: of many .:... m rould* t'\.r think ofIn

I She' told him tin'nvvus no other. shots were doing.!: troubles peculiar to -c. .. I tnu: vv In it 1 'lieuiint LIFT OFF CORNS !

I "A 1\11 this. will run nil night. Henry." The tire came steadily back, and tiellbetately women. The thousands .. 0 t __ t ikiaif Pr 1"1" "i '9I :
J "" tthe said, turning/ .. him and us Ifthinking without the least. intimation of women w ho have been I :::: I ivoriti' I'o, ., ription ( I
I helped by Cardui in the !. ..... mil .t "0011
,!: of u iUi'''!lon she wunted to De return. .
of llt'llIg affected by Spain's' '' built mi mhi
I up
past 40 years, is conclusIve I Apply few drops then lift
IIsk "liovv' did. .voii\ happen" to come, tome She huil never before seen a tuiinshoot proof that It is a .r'f' tilth .in. <1 tn'iiKthii lore
ml I fi It > 'hiinprovnl I
tonight wlnn I wauled you so? Inn to kill IIlIul h'r. The very good medicine for women touchy corns off
\ in i MTVvnj
"1 mine. lierrusivnii! sent for me," horror of watching De Spain, ut buy I who !suiter. It should 'I nvonti. Fn-funi'tiuii i* the lx.ttvuiimn I wit

lit iinsvvi'red\. surprised."Milt \. among. the rocks' ftisc-lnuted' her. 11I1'e'' help you, too .. ,'. uusli" me I h ivi-ever tuken iud I IYI I fingers
1 .didn't send. for you.' the lli-st cl.iy: they hud met "bhu had, >I < t to loiiimiie to (uruiit 1111 lorur us I .
TakeiCARDUI liv',. "-MUS.\ ,'L\'J.\ : .MILAM, 1,7 f.ivaa-
He slopped' diimriiunded., ""'hot I hardly ween u rllle in his hUll,"'. Mie I Il.ih St.

do jou mean Nan'" he demanded" uneasily. strove to look.. The butt of the heni- Nerves Shattered

"I pit your. message. ,,1, I tin | I lilt rltle lay close against the nil-! i '
telepheine, lust night In my i.nic-e nt I marked thei-k "she .knew so well und, AiiKtt!. 'i On ristiiriil- Ir, Pi.'r't-11 Favorite
J'n ,>tion me to |it>rfc<'t huilthwh
Sleepy <'ut. from, u .man that refused to the tips of the lingers,: every pur- *i 1 hint Iteronu- couitletp| nervous

to give his nuiiie" lidO of the mails.. 1"I"It11" alive vvru n 1 vv,,' ,"IT"WIIC uith ,h.u'k.u.hen.tin .
I 'I .1 1 h\' in\ 1..1"' ]' \ I..,. onunit i onirciitifl
"I never Hi-lit mi)" luexsuge to and Some
/ you vslth strength( resource. .
null n' n-rv -- m re i orn|>l*'telv -h.I, ,
hbe Insisted. In grovvlnf( ) wonderment. drew her .senses .,
strange fascination I wn- not 11)11) to ilo 'iiuv mirk, 1 w:u snVPII
"I huvif been" loikul In a room for The Two Refugee Looked Down on out toward. him as h.. knelt and threw I "u1! 1 "M't, -1- *'p, 1 1\\ ...- "o n< r\i uoad -.
Ibree il.iys, dearie. The LurtJ knows! the Flooding, a 1lp. I shot after shot ut the distant figure [ The Woman's Tonic K ", |, .. v% : \i rv poor' I 1\\,11', jutn .
wreK.. Khtn lilY niothi. r IrlIII" ,tin
I wanted to send .vmivord Who evtrtelephoned hidden "n the rltlJl:" She held out 'Fnvonti. PrcmTiptiou' uad when I !hno l
lightened Mrs. N. E. Varner ofIlixson I
th > eastern sky I
started until
i il imwiiue' \ like that ? \Viis imd clasped, her hiindstoward taken ihont hvi' )ottle.... I win well imdMronn .
., before. the retreuti-ig storm, and with her arum I Tenn., writes: -<. :N ,
It a trap 'uC..t/ you in hmlie ( him In an act of devotion. I I -\.H: I. CUOD\MN. I= t 17 >1 1ulkir
the first. glimmer. ,of dioliuht.: the twowere I I "I was passing through \\ MHemorrhages
I, \told her. the .tor>'- if .iH|, strenuous of the narrowfoothold Then while she looked hr..uthlt.Jt"ly.hI' I the My back and
I the benirmlng
efforts/ he had Hindito discoverthe ut / took Ills eyes nn Instiint from the sides were terrible, and and Nervousness

Identity, of the nn.s., '.lwr-lIn.1 vvhlih lay for. lialt. a mile between I I Might.*. "",.'" running !" exclaimed l I'e my suffering! indescribable. M 1..(on C..i, -' At tin turn of lift. I Ibrcanu
. low hi- bud been bulkeil \" ,,nitter tin'in and, sufet)'. the rllle butt went InstunttrImck I can't tell just how tirrihlvM. ik. viru,'rvoiia uul,
hidil, Nun at hist. "I' the luce ol HI t'npltuii .presentsmldvvu | :Spain; as and \\l1ere I hurt, about ,ulI..low"| (1..1. inv innihU'r-: \liIMIIIIU ..-
ouldn't "Whoever he
heek. is
fo bis had ''HS-II, iiinil nf ,iiiliiientin
convex. .JII"I" h.'r. all ovc r. I think . Ibej'Jn n M nous
ve IK'en a trap. It tuii-t li.ive. been ) a sharp Ur Tier Iii-ntmion. Doesn't. hurt bit'
in I iod! help him now : Cardui and m MulT.ilo. "uul I II a Drop littlo
i friend siirelj. not an"Henry . It ,Is throw a fonvuril In 'his keiiunule. : : my bud tit t- In ..rd l I II ir lYrn; . 1I.h.*.spokei. Fn-Mone on a mliing, corn in I tantly
I out ulmost toKnifefile III pains crew less and less, oti, iiutl: :!" 'ill it I mailo. that
time ML. the! trull! runs The words were more fearful to juit up myniin corn then
every n ,1| stops lift
|1" i I until l I was cured. I am I right
oi. uumv LW Siiulo (cared. ,,rwbjit 'ho monntnln Is sftneurlv Nan than an I Imprecation. He had remarkably strong for a of thiif in..II.ITII' l.n.iicl.t mi- thruthttrritienltm A \ ma/Iel I
I :*, nnd his from the scant cover tiny bottle cost* but a
tooveilmug driven / enemy m woman 64 years of aje. m in -pl mhd In u" 'i, unl "" d I
should, happen In the r< M vertluil ,tl-it It uppeara of a rut In the trail and the mun wna 1 do all my housework." me "of th<* hetii'irrhaie"- ,11..1 I n' rv "'u"''.''' I IhimiHtly lew C Dt at any drug store, but i I. ufflclent -

world, "ubitt. ure" we KODM! 'J. .... ,,"\\1 \ '' ( the Hour. of. thi valley, t ': fleeing fur new cover and for life. Try Caxdui l, today. E-70 I do lieht-M. .Ur I'" M. I'." >rn.Pretwri t remove every hard corn, soft
of tW, >tinn ti. Istin. virv. Isst mislK corn, or corn I t
\ ., Th huH the Htretch | :a. i ween the toes, and the
W- here ail 'K-" I..t 7
( fiiii&stay' [ After bullet led the .
liullet pitilessly ... tuke belli her tLru
but lhudmuc'r'ior worn. un to thui i'nlu aiwnml c llutt>., without orenemi or irritation.
take whin the> A-lil ifreet Of *.uh In angle! with liurdly, a mlsHtep .!sc-upta4 wretch Suddenly De Spuln of life."-MK.S. JLNNId:; ; C. Krwzore i II the M-nnatiooal ducoverr

the nuirninn." *" a pint' of the way was Jerked! .the!. ...ride! from...!his. ..cheek ,threw .'A\.JUETT.\ 17B3 Thud St. tit a Cincinnati gcoiu*. I it wonderful
turoln open
UI: uWU\.Cft.d: AI r nui" .i.if"i witti: UA .*_ climb. nn _l.>v \puln. .
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and when the men responsible for the' I.
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r - -- --- -- -- negro's death saw this cloud arrive on Wanted---RedBlooded f

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. the horizon they immediately, ordered l'

ran.. ...--.....................-......VYtM/Ml......-............... him to get out of the car ami shako Men
hands with the dead Ill'It I',). Dr." Groover ; '.

,L News I declared the negro turned' as whiteas 1
Live State
his skin would lot him, stepped' on RIGLEY
.MMMM: M-tri.xM-t: :: : 1 I. PIO-:
.. ............. .... ... ........,.....---.j the accelerator' and! his car left there, I
..........-.... --"er I PI.I: i\: im: \\in.iti I I l.t: \Ic\-. ,.11.1C.t1S .-
I taking every hill in the county on {
; Told by Our Exchanges. high. :; IN; ; lam.HI': ;-

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yv; "

When J. D Hopkins[ constable and lll::. I' 11(11'\:: 1.lSRIDIIl.OttIIIP1:1'10.31I'IttilL'CIS:: I
Seventyfiveniunimuth\ tuitlc* werejhipped ,1 22-rubber: : i illi1 while out hunting spec'nl' agent for the Seaboard Kail- i
alive ,over the) Mallory line with another boy' ten yours of age. a packag
: way found a young white man beatinghis ; : ; : ;: HKTIKIt C j
West to New York. The two boys wenwalking along a Seaboard
from Key way on a freight train : 5 .
111.0011-:0.01.11 IN:
: 1.lIll'llI
path about ten feet apart the Ruts he hud much I
the latter insisted that us
I tba
I \M T\ BI.IT: OUM before war "
when the rifle accidentally
Florida has completed its quota in boy ahead was right to ride on the train without \pay ,

the Baptist 75 million campaign with discharged, the bullet enter- as the president of the railroad and I ,
of 25: cent. ling young Hanson's stomach. frt! into the led-hlondi'ii ila- if
an oversubscription per declared l that the oflicer ought not tuIII'r"t I
: however you are not there now Take u few
himIr. Hopkins! ,
J. D. Golberg Monticello: has shipped II One of the many attractions of St. failed to see the force of the argument weeks coui'Mof that -pli-ndul' tonic -

a full carload of syrup this week Petersburg is the Art Pottery plant and brought the culprit\ to the IVpto-Mangun; and note how, you improve a packaae

and next week he expects to ship an- where thousands! of attractive and local' jail. A search of the papers on ill health und links. IVptoMangan 5

other.M. useful articles made from St. Petersburg Ins person revealed the fact that the : is a ted-blood make] und u'. during the war .

clay and decorated specially with hobo was a full fledged member of the for suite at the chug store right near

A. :Milam of Dade county, entered typical Florida' scenery, flowers and I. W. W. He had his card and a copy your home' It i is put up in both liquid

seven head of Jersey cattle at fruit. Visitors can see the potter ut of the constitution and by-laws of the and, tablet fotm Take which

the state fair in Jacksonville and won work at his wheel producing articles organisation. The card "hothat! you choose, but see that the, name
from mere blocks of clay absolutelythr " seven prizes he i is Frank Hogan a member of theI
same process as done 2,000 years W. W. union No. too in the agricultural Judo"! it is not Pepto-Mangan.: > ale

The Tallahassee Iron Works has ago. department. It is stated that It is the cry everywhere'-"WantedKedHloodcd 5C

moved into its! new building which I the preamble of the order providesthat Men.1'..' The soldiers NOW.

with the machinery represent an investment The !girls, employed at packers in the union is to take possession of iiml; sailors] that won the war were ; ,

ti of $45,000. the cigar/ factories in Tampa were the earth and the machinery of pro-\ red blooded, two-listed men. In business .

paid off Saturday, and informed, that duct'on' and is to abolish. the wage !system it i is'd' nun: that i\

'g4' Sugar cane from Kiaemer island, In'I they need, not report fur work todayas and other doctrines of a radical, !stands the' strain und will the big ,

the upper Glades of Palm Beach coun- their places will ho filled by men. nature. Upon uirirgnnient' before suc'cesscThe' world has nn. place]

ty, took first prize ut the Florida Just where the men are to come fromto Justice Ilarnctt llogan/ was convicted fur the I thm-hlnodod] weakling It is THE FLAVOR LASTS

\ Stat Fair hold in Jacksonville. fill the places! Is a question ns it sentenced to sixty (Ia>'s' i mpel sand natural, tOil that 1''d.hllllllwn und I

was sfnted sevcuil weeks ago that the onnicnt at hard ]labor. women( !should, have more friends, and

'I Thut there is n Inure volume of business supply of 1)Il'k'I's'a very short even they do. They are better human beings 60 DOES THE PRICE[

done in Plant City is shown by with the !girls working. HEW.\IW (ON III'IJIES: : ? tbiin the t hinhlo..clII1t'mi.. !<. ,

the records of the railroads) the S. A. who are likely to be "groinliy" and

I' L, alone totaling 111 cars for one Walking into the office of Dr. I Ralph irritable most of the time.-Adv. i
. "I 1 would] like to know if the tllteslwuhln't ,
of A
97 -- -
day. Of the 111 cars were X. Grene, !state health officer at Jacksonville
the accustomed reward "
phosphate. Thursday a Florida citizen pay roruriiN: :: 'm I DICINM: : : I
for the of escaped "unvi.t.t''n ,
who asked that his name be withheld, capture an ('ISUOF: :; :; TIIK l'. :s.:
if the i lend' when the Kai-
man is
Suwannec county
C. C. Hughes of laid. a document on the desk which I
has installed a steam evaporator for proved to be n will in which he leaves fold, piison! authorities are" ready at Wheivus., by the'A"t of Congicssuppiovtd '
hand to take him buck ? asked Col
the making of syrup. Three barrelsof $ii .fllI() to carry on the t fight: against\ :March :!I. IIU'.I/ the l Kourtccntb -
syrup can now be turned out ''n the venereal\ diseases The will provides, Levi Sheppard yesterday ill talkingover ] 11<' 'l1niul Census\ of the L'nitfil -

tt; time it used, to take to make one barrel : that a corporation must be formed to a most interesting happening le- State's i is 10 be taken beginning/ s

'f administer the bequest! which constitutes ccntlv ut Trenton. Col. Sheppard Is on the s(>( ond .day of Jiinuarj 10! :!1) :
well known insurance and his ",
I a man
the major part of the citizNl'Sfortune. and ,
;: takes him here and thc-r
work over
riiu "..Iil'"- force of Jacksonville is Wheleiis, a correct 0nuilb'gItion
t the addition of 12: theState.: lie states that while at I
to bi increased by I of (the population everyton jourii'iiiiicd i"

new men who will form a traffic squad. 1100z runners! traveling in an automobile Trenton some weeks ago a convict, | b>' the' Constitution of the

ti In making this addition it was pointed bearing a Georgia license, who had escaped from Kaiford or United States for the' pin'poseof' determining , I e
who had not abided, by the' "Honor W
out that there lire move, than 7,000) to A'riefIon.lay: at Oimond : ) the repii'sc-ntution of the-

automobiles\ owned in Jacksonville.! came when the marshal from (Daytona, after !o;. "t"\J\ now by the ill vogue local authoiitius there, was and apprehended several States! in the I lilli'"' uf Representatives II v

1 a lively chase, stopped one car and placcil, in jail and the \prison authori- ; and ..
II A Florida Poland China sent hack to Daytona throe men and Whereas, it i ill of the utmost im 1 \
ties notified.
I ing thief generations of Florida several cases of "wet" goods/ The : penance the interests, of all the Ui '
her and I bred by E. C. I "In a short while a young man appeared -
1 breeding behind other car put on a spurt and darted in Trenton and explained that people of the United States Unit! this I '.
i Heilong on his farm at Micanopy, won north. The marshal! on his motorcyrlo ce-n.sus !should, bia complete and accurate
' the grand champion ribbon at the Chi- started in pursuit but lost trackof he xa'-- from the State Prison Farm "report of the population undicsouives <.1 1
Live Stock Show.Myeis ( and anted to see the pn-nm-i, Hc I a
'i International
of the =Nation
rag i the car where it tinned' into the old I taken to the Pity jail and there ;
I Kings road. was Now, theiefoie, I I. Woodrow' Wilson !i
Brothers, of Chipley are busy : he positively identified the prisoner! us Prt-suli-nt of thr Unitc-d State- .if

f making syrup and, their large ovapo- One thousand members of the several the man who had I escaped He secured ,Ainc'lica do hereby eleclare and, make IBT

. ratois are ,:going,: full blast. A 00; ) iron working plants here went on a cot and made.. the prisoner comfortable known l that under the law afun'.and,

,\ horse! boiler and engine furnishes the shrike in the Oscar Daniels shipyard! us> the latter complained of it ih the duty of evei.person I t.i ansvwr I, "'
being Arrangements. < were made< tohurry i
'I power for the nulls cad 1 steam for of the plant's nil questions on ih e- eeiiiisclirclulcs "
Tampa, just as one
him ha'Itll ]llaiford the ne"t.1l1y"I1)'s
evapoiat'ng' in three copper lined 4 t.11)t ) the \Vilc-ox sailed. down the buy , applying to him cull, the \ 'j
Col. :; but thishappened .
t gallon tanks. They have forty acrest for its deep water trial. The men want Sheppard' family to winch he belongs, und, to

of sugar cane to make up. the Daniels\ company to join the Atlantic : the farm occupied by him or hi- fancily -
"The next morning the officers
opened -
Association and, that any peisonn,>fusingto
l D. II. Gilbert the seed man of Mon Coast Shipbuilding the door of the jail and found, theprisoner
( which guarantees the present! lute of do so is subject to pc-nult.v
d >ad. The farm officer
prison -
ticello. has received nn older for sixty wages to Oct. 1, 11)JO.! : :Mr. Daniels The solo] purpose of the Census is tosecure
be sent then changed his opinion us to the
watermelon seed to
' pounds of the into to general statistical! infounationicgurding
I said that he offend same
the and stated that he
l' AsiaIi' : identityof man
Tarsus -
to Hagop Arabajian Jan. 1. 1)21!): and claimed the !strike the population and, re-
1 farm.
. office wns not wanted at prison
nor. He went to the express was an effort to force him to a closed! souirc-s! of the county and replies are
and wanted to the charges but Another officer from the' State prison ,
prepay ic'<|iiiieel from individuals only to
i they had no rate to Tarsus, so he had shop. was wired] for and he mine, but I understand permit the compilation of such gen-
he didn't take the trouble to
to resort to Uncle Sam and sent them The most remarkable aerial transportation e-iul statistics.! No person un be
In four pound, packages.The even look at the dead prisoner, ! ,
by parcel post service in the world will bo harmed in any WilY by furnishingthe !
that the latter was not the mUll i "

great religious' conference of next introduced. three at weeks Palm with Beach the within shipmentto the wanted, ," states Col. Sheppard."So has information nothing to do lequned.with taxation The census, with! Have Ford Mecluu.cs: !liepjir Your Car ..1 : 1

the evangelical denominations from fleet of six hi h-I'w- the question, 'When is a prisoner military or jury service, with the "
Florida which is that city of a not a prisoner?' one will have to> Thr m-,1 hau, "m Mr ,'11;. .VII w.ll. t lint!' r;i m I.I I .<.,*|'n " i
central and western hydroplanes regulations immigration
and B
ered 12
to be held in Orlando Dec. 16-17 under by Rodman Wunamaker passenger and his associates replyVhon the prisoner is dead"' the enforcement of any national F'ordlrck, At' m'o wluail 1"-rernrlth, 1 F"I no' .'IM ,nwn. ail I |who know ; s!

the auspices of the Interchurch I from New York to the launching stated Col. Sheppard. The Colonel! state, or local law or ordinance There theForIwry1)lnnkm4n'psoaii. i | i-.ia! 'n, *it*, f'y itri fxpcrfilLrdFord: 1 i i

WHIIIIov..m..nt: is to bi one of the' yards north of the city.' These further stated that the prsion author- nec-d he no fear that any disclosurewill Ford rrf hiniaa .,,1 i him 10. ,.llh." t4inillinty. with, f ,end art can do your 1 I
,I I
ities declined to the reward and
nu>-iigmhcant i gatherings of church 1 giant hydroplanes with a wing/: spreadof pay be made r'gllrdln/lIny/ individual work more ""pllrA''''') end 1 mir "iiiii" kly than ran utfirr. filtilli-d, tnts-humci
that the Trenton officers and citizenswho
leaders in the history of the churches : nearly 100! feet will cater exclusively defected and caught the prisoner person or his affairs. For the> due who lick Ford, rxpcn..ncr, )
in this> state. to wealthy patrons of Palm Reach protection of the rights/ and interestsof !
hud their expectations! of collecting the The work on your car will hI'! ej.jnc in a completely "'111I1'I
and adjacent winter colony in makingthree the !persons! furnishing information ,
While" the last term of circuit court hour trips to Havana, Cuba. $100 reward-all 'shot*-to pieces. every employee of the census bur ped shop wilt timesaving Ford tool and, <-puipmens. Whether L !.. Y

has not been adjourned quite a month UK. D FORD re-uu is prohibited under heavy penalty your car nenli an aijjuflme-nt a .thorough; overhauling, we* a1'; "

there have already, been six persons Though Clay county had no county from disclosing any informution prepared to careful and service1nd I
the charge fair the judges which thus cum to his know are give you prompt yy 1
locked in Lake City on exhibit at the !state may
up Bradford Dec. 12. :Mr. IIn.1Irs.: .
ford .idc ,ind l |
but the Genuine ft'pl"cI'rnt'nli
of murder. All of them nre negroes found out that Clay county was thereby C. Newsom all smiles ledge. nothing : m {puts \ | I
II. a
are over
and some have been caught for crimes a large majority with some fine tin boy which arrived! at their home I therefore earnestly urge upon, all i I Ii will. he used I 'i4

committed !several years ago. The last lock and poultry.. The Southern Cat Dec. 2nd.Mrs ; persons to answer promptly, iompletely Our ill| 11'e ,.f( I Ford p.irti Is i always toinplcli*, And our Ford "
who killed had splendid and accurately nil IMIUIMSaddressed I ,
Feed a
preacher tie Company
man in is a negro/ mt
: T. B. Edwards: and lluht' ,
another preacher Friday' morning overa exhibit of live stock, this' exhibit being in Broker Saturday /afternoon to them by t the emimerntors , garage and I Ford meihinica are at your service at any 'lime. I I I ,
eie-bt of fifteen centsPiacticnllj a herd of steers, two grade, piney ,, were ..r olhei employees of the Census \'(.'e are Aiilhon/ed. / f'hrej Dealer and not only repairs fords

woods( calves a I Guernsey cow, one f. II. Newsom was a business visitor ! Huic-au and thereby to contribute I but al'o vour car and 1 '
bringing! about the offi : Deikshire and three Duroc hogs. a share toward making this great. and

ci"IHI\ of the phosphate! woi'ke-rs' pen of Delaine sheep and a roadster I to:Mrs\ Stnrke Willard Tuesday Unborn and (VeilItiibfirn necessary public undertaking 11in" I your pmk' >"tlxiok. i ''I''I'I

strike, the men at a meeting in Mul-[ and, saddle horse. Of the 3.='> entries were shopping,: Worthington ces--! I Ford Garage ,1.
berry :Monday night voted to declare the companyreceived :-JS 1 premiums, :Mcmiluufteinoon.. In Witness Whereof I have hrreunto -

fair the scale offered by the three 15; firsts! H seconds, :i thuds, 1 fourfis f" H.'! S'wson11 a'isitor to set my' hand und iuused, tin I 1

largest mines ''n the belt and, to return I and 2 fifths.Contractor. Worthington: Saturday.Mrs. seal of the United States! to I In- af Starke, ,l-'lorul.i/ .

to work at the new scalp in effect at fixed.! I \
: J. C. Cone, of Urooker, spent \
of $'\ Simmons, who hasa Done in the District of Columbia
the plant, offering a minimum I.V.| with her i"tl'r.Irs.: T. V. I
per day for ten hours, supplantingthe force of men engaged in clearing/ Edwards., this tenth. day of November in the-

$:J,:lO; minimum and the twelve I !ground ut Kelsey City, was broughtto year of our Lord one thousand' nine .j

the Brach hurriedly an I hundred und nineteen, and of the independe.nce I
hour day which prevailed prior to : West Palm in The Quinine That Doc Not Affctl The HeadBMBIIW k 1
strike I automobile suffering from the bite ofa ,.. of the United States the '
I' of Its tonic mid lm 'lve (" t LAXATIVE 'I
cotton mouth moccasin snake He"hook 11KOMO! 01.1MMC: (Tab> ,.rat can !I... Ink.-,, one hundred and forty-fourth. J "
managed by anyone without rnuiintl nHrvouim'11,1- rlnunii WOODROW WILSON
railway and to
of Seaboard (loose
The rear section a the snake i
In the lu-ld LW.CRuVLsmgmuuu: ont.r! HkHE .
P.ecxai .
orders and niufitd cuiiomrrt who has used our frnihtrr
freight train running in two sections kill it. His shouts brought others to
4 ---
I after t
year year who always gladly recommend our good to itvirneighbor '
l,5. ran into the front section which his aid and fastening/ his' belt aroundhis Dr. Carp foot was a professional visitnr .
! .\LTII IS IN TIlE BLOOD are our hint adveruwment. Our price not alwavt II. J ,
had stopped to take water at Crystal! leg he twisted! it until the circulation here Tuesday.Mr. loweii but when QUALITY. con: id.rrj. n"vrr too high, Write "

c', Springs Thursday morning and Engineer was stopped. After his removalto Strengthen the Blond and V,. ere : and, :Mrs. C. W." Edwards were for Uteir pncr Imt' or send! order./ and you will, he fr*>i.<4 "tlht' .J

G. 1..'. Lord, of Tampa was pin- his home he began to lose his sight' Strengthening the Body visit, .rs Worthington Saturday af- fLRrLa .RS. INSECTIUDCS. SI'HA n.HS. I'OULTHY SUPPLIES \ 1

ned under the wreckage and burnedto and suffer intense pains in his stomach tei noon. aEYO PAINTJUt VKKTll.ri.KH Cr. J.ckHuurillo.. Florida. 1 '

death. Several cars went off the but his! prompt applIcation in stopping Weare sorry to report little Co-
The lives the food broughtto
track and were burned passenger! the circulation of his blood below on rim Kdwnnls, on the sick list! thisweek. .
traffic being suspended for some time the knee probably did much to aid it by the blood. If the body I is carrying (1reve's Tasteless' chHI Terre< are KMonsiMe. for an abnormal mental "' '

I I him and later in the afternoon his disease. germs. it canot carry :Mr and :Mrs Enos Haven, of Starke restores vitality aeiu ncrn> toy purifying and eirkhlail > ortditiori that too frequently, re'lit : "

Ton Hanson, son of :Mrs. G. E. Hanson eyesigh returned and the pain lessened. strengthening food to the muscles, returned J to their home Tuesday: after the bk..1.l You '.an *jon helkaStnnuiatalng. ' in. insanityId . .

of Sarasota aged about 14 years nerves! and bones.Dr. two weeks visit in this section tovlgorailriii .IT.. I'k. 6ft% 14 urging traveling librjtieM, f'

in Williams 101 Tonic is. made up Arthur Hunter was in Worthington .miliiiLit'H motion <
: died :Monday In a hospital Tampa, r; pii'tUrev. rn-ws- ',
,.(' a.. the result of a wound received from Enroute up to White Springs in of Quinine. Iron and :Magnesia, correctly on business Saturday. JlIIrrrIT'fIH: : : ,:; [PU'II'I'i h t''ltho'II'If' and ,monthly gath '

their' car last Saturday morning Dr. proportioned. The quinine kills Mri: N. f}. Hayes was in Brooker unrig to eliminate/ the I isolation of /

and :Mrs. Groover of Lakeland notic- 1 all disease germs In the blood the Thursday afternoon. Florida Club women are solidl, behind the homes. In the rural districts and :

ed a crowd near a swamp : magnesia removes! all accumulated the State Hoard of Health in the supply wholesome amusement for

Btata of Ohio City of Toledo< Luca Groover observed that it andIrs'l poisons by gently acting"" on liver and! KLAUHKR: : lately launched campaign to better the .ilwelleit in. these section The
o..nl1'-a. all looked bowels and the iron fills up the blood conditions in the rural districts ut the of the
, Frank J. Chancy makes oath that h. /. country funeral the men so pioblem will be- one principal
, .snot partn.r of the firm of P :J Cti.n.r stern and sober but he doctor told with rich, red, strength giving corpuscles Elarbee, Dec 13.-Oliver Rosier returned of theltate of Florida the state subjects before the State Social Work q

Co, County tfolnir:: and bualnaea'Stata In afore the <"1 '. !JtI Toledo her he hail, never seen anyone buriedin !, which are food for tired and home Wednesday after upending Federation of Women's Clubs having Conference to be held in Jacksonville ? '

a..loJlrm win par the a-irr '.):-:C HUN a swamp yet. They soon reachedthe weak bodies ( a week in Jacksonville. pledged' its active support of the In the spring.
DRED DOLLOP'S tom. oC".* a of Catarrh uae ot crowd and to their horror they "Flu" Malaria Fever Colds, La. Quite a number of Elarbee folks attended movement.Dr. .

y' ;tn.nn"t'! "((rtfEgId !: i found themselves confronted with the Grippe and Chills are all effectively the show at the state farm Ralph N. Greene; State Health Habitual Constipation CuredIn

' to l>ator.F ma 4.1..fb'l.ln= Right of a dead negro hanging from a treated by Dr. Williams! 101 Tonic. Saturday night. Officer i IK the father of tho movement I 14 to 21 hays

my pr. nc.. thus 8th day of Dacamber, rope-being the one reported lynchedten During the "Flu" emipedmic last win Mr. and Mrs: George Rosier and which looks to providing recreation "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" i* a specially

i A.<9.r>al, >IM A.. W. Oleaaon Votary Public miles south of Lake City. An ter the sales of 101 Tonic [Increasedover Steve Rosier, John and :Myrtle Coleman for the women in the rural prepared Syrup Tomc-Laxative for Habitual but
It relieves promptly
t HAWS I"CATARRH MEDICINE la tak- amusing incident occurred when threeor 500 per cent. Linsey Futch and :Miss Bessie! districts. Dr. Greene declares that Constipation.
should be taken regularly for U to 21 daysto
on an Internally th. Mucous and Surfaca aeta *throufh of th'. tha Byatam.Drufglita. Blood. four cars drew up filled with tourists 25c and 50c bottles for sale at your Bryant, Tyson Sapp, and Miss Gertrude the utter seclusion and killing loneliness induce regular action. It Stimulates and

? T5e. Taatlmonlal fra. ,, from the North. The first mar drug store. Accept no substitutes. Bryant were visitors to the that are the portion of the women Kettulates Very Pleajaac to Take tfcfe
r. J. Chanay Co.. Toledo obis.1'P I chine was driven by a negro chauffeur Adv.4 state farm Sunday afternoon. in the rural districts> of the stateFIj,1. per tx-tUe

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Bradford have/ found our proper !seats all will leggo the wheel long/: enough what

County Telegraph i | be W.1IIlt'a\ II and we will work with well you needn't cut all\ your friends

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:: Weekly and entered aa see I
[ i j IIKill C'OSr( or) I'.UMCK like two birds cut it out CUT IT OUTthere's
r '+ 11.1 I class matter at the pout-office si'
I nothing on top of that pile of

Starke, Florida j (nor)\ I hrithrcn" of the profit worry : bricks that we have to see-etc., etc.

F, S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. ,i p ure, of paper. Print paper has! sold !: -Curtoon"Iagazine.: .
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J. C. KOIIINSON Associate Editoi t lately) a- hihIf< thirteen cents per ---

piiiinil, \ / <1 in New York nnd our brethren I TO 'I HEOTEK

f r figure' / .wording to their different ,

"1+; ; fit DECEMBER- 1919] hi, .tnl 1- of niithnu'tir, that this means |I When you) are settled cosily: A man"

4 all the' way from $(Ib;() ti> $"+00; per ton. : With pipe and books and things. best palis

CUEMD.4 WILl! Man '"" ;'.rnl XIAtt \Vc will not begin to figure before the 1 Some night after a hard day's work

1 lii-iic teaches: eighteen cents per !i Presto-the door bell rings! his smoke

!= I1w2345erg : 1 pi und, fur then wewill know that You hear your wifie; say "Come up!"

: i.m h heot' costs us two cents as it I And<1 then comes to your ear I

1-8--9 10111213 t.iKi.- nine copies of the average sized "I 1 didn't catch his name but it'sI

,1<'P/lII' paper" to weigh a pound. Some "
i, one to see you, dear.
t s 14151617181920 ".',- complain( of paper being high: ,I With deep-drawn sigh you throw aside !I
only has been the,1'h'III"t
now, The magazine' you'd seized
1 2T222324M2627: of all commoilities except I And imitate a gentleman

t .. [L ', iuKc'i-ti'-ing space The reason for its Endeavoring, to seem pleased
t. ft-rini-r' low "ri'eIalO this: It is made I' And then within
n stranger
r -.zJ pops :
28 29 30 31
J j fniiii giound-up spruce I logs' onceguVwing I "Good! evening, sir;" doth blat-
thickly in the :New England '
.. ._ . _. i "Excuse mr for intJ'u.llnJ-but
-- - -- -.i',r '!t. -. 'I 1'1 hitri'os. were felled, in the
.! Arc you: a Democrat? , "Knew we'd together"
1 / AMERICAN RED CROSS i \I r t "i. -li I, ililcil to the streams and Yuu're not! I knew it when I saw you: get
11 : d -.. d I tin it'l' In the the
'"M mi spring There" .st z I, "1s a man,
; ; 1 I ]j. ii. ,uiiil. \\ ith the current to then Whom tiny: one could tell you wag -C/res. Field

.\ ; !M I \I h" harp run by cheap water A /good Republican: !"

I .i I I'' \i I Hut t now the spruce supply is )He f then instructs you how to vote!;

I"' i ", "r I ir 'xhauMcd at lea"t near thpI He tells you whence he came; F/RE'S where the particular smoker

: hl I . .'J'. ;.UK! delivery at the mills Where he wa born and what he docs H meets the particular smoke-Chester-

n. ,i h mure than fOl'mo'rlVhen And what's his granddad'. name.

,, \\11 I that it often requires for- And why he feels the way he does, field.

I n . .if tiiiiln for the paper that and what he- had for tea

i if mt.t mie Sunday edition of a And what he thinks! of I Roosevelt Particular is right! Not only do we use
gl I..t. \i:;, u York newspaper the won- \ViKon, Taft and :McKinley.

'!II i t that the. timber has not been exI He pats your' daughter's! curly head; the four choicest varieties of Turkish to-

hi" te.l '''"111'1'. Before the world. war ,
I Enthuses "'CI' the cat. bacco-Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Sam-
\ r. I la g., deal< IIf pulp was imported, from And tries to pat the bull pup

i j I Swi. dn| ,, and Norway, but importationfrom ( nut the bull pup won't be papt-!) soun-but to these we add the rich, sun-

them. has not yet: been resumed And finally he goes away ripened leaves of specially choice Domestic

Itu I an appreciable extent. I II Just fairly: oozing cheer!

r HEALTH AND A | The big/! Sunday newspaper editions 1'e godThere's! no way out of it! tobacco.

HAPPY NEW YEAR the (great amount of printed matter Election time is near! : l

I distributed by the government and -Cartoons :Magazine. Fine as these tobaccos are, it's the exclusive -
the numerous national !societies sire I
From the lute arrivals- the trains chiefly responsible--- for the-- 'paper; ; ... process by which they are blended

', thau days ono I is led to believe that shot-tape. If we can believe the press NOT ALL IMPRESSED ALIKE that gives to Chesterfields that satisfying
their coal 1 supply gives out and that ,
dispatches "tons of literature" were
t1 they must stop while all hands: go into '' body, that mellow richness which makes a
r found at the raid of every "red" den, : furious to Note the Different Behavior

.the woods to gather. up pine knots and hundreds of tons of paper must | of Animal' In the Vicinity oft smoke mean something.

t u. 1 I thus! have been used up for propa- j I _, , Wara Alarms' .

jw I One blessed outcome of the coal ganda. .4.. 1 Chesterfields certainly do satisfy as no I

I miners strike will be the exploitation I Paper must be had, and happily ]|, Some interesting note' hnve been other cigarette has satisfied before-
of our water power. We needed just there are inexhaustible supplies as made in regard to the nehBTtor of varl-

: i y such a jolt in order to come to our yet untouched. Alaska's spruce; for- ono animals under the' terrific condition and to top it off, they are packed in a glass-

I senses so that we could nee the necessity est will next be! taken into requisition.Here of noise vibration explosion and ine paper package that preserves for you
of harnessing these sleeping in Florida we have no end of otbsr disturbances at the front. Thusit

giants for our benefit woods lit for white paper pulp, such seems clear that some kinds of birds I all of that delicious flavor.

( as sweet and black (rum, bay magnolia /! I under the dominance of instincts of

When it takes nine days for a carload yaupon etc. I feeding, nesting or brooding. behave as
i of oranges to go from Wauchulato Print paper will cost more yet before I I if they are Indifferent to all kinds of 4'IiiiiIII" !

Rome, Ga., it is not much wonder the peak is reached but printerswill I'I tvnnoll. Living creatures of many

that people are not falling over one have to charge more for their kinds are not rn the least Impressed

1 u another to send their money to Florida products. If the raising of the subscription by sound which hare no Interest I

{ for perishable fruit If the rail price proves impracticable for them. To terrific dl
the will have to do i i which have neither '
country publishers
road unions would pay half as much tUrbaDc"1
attention to efficiency! as they do tot as the "great dailies do. -let the advertisers i I: qulred "meaning," an ('('

get more money for less work they pay the cost of publication.The sitive organism may remain quite In I

h would stand higher in the estimation returns to advertisers! for their ), different.

tT, the public.-Wauchula Advocate. outlay is now out of all proportion But another point Is raised Bars I

and the present tendency" everywherefor Nature, by somo observations which

The latest propaganda. fur. creating the employe to divide, profits with refer to the diverge ways' In which I .y'y'

f Hcntiment-and inculentlaly for increasing the employer will have to be extended sheep and rows react to dummy'

the cost of paper- -i is that of | to advertising also.XEW bomb released from tin airplane. The ,
XiSi i = cows seem entrri.) Indifferent Co the
the Irish republic, The nisi shot fired : "
: RICER 8wh.h"l of the falling bomb, but the
was to prove to us Southerners that I
we are not, a< those who cared. about beep "Invariably scatter In panic"have

it believed, of purer English extraction New River, n(.,.. 12.-U. I P. Johns the cows a ,,1It'Orent-morp placid .

than any other Americans, but I was transacting" 1 business! hl.n.Ion: -tpmpprn men t? Hut how excited
r day they get at times by the buzzing of
mostly of Irish, descent and that aboutevery
flies that cannot hurt them. The
: A'J''atml'l'icun had Irish. for. | John I lodges attended church at excitement -
Is due to fallacious
bears. The truth or otherwise of this '' Long Bridge" Sunday. .
association with the buzzing of bloodsucking
assertion few care about, former- ,i I :\1.., and Mrs: W. S. Johns and son, ", tiles which can hurt them. ; I ,-and the blond 11-

ica luis proved., .' herself, capable of producing I,. J., were /guests! of :Mrs. II. (). I Rimes ,and the suggestion Is that sheep are

'a a distinct type) of the human of Hrookcr last weekc. pnnle- trl'keD because the swish of a I j 20 for 20 cents can't be copied
I'acl'hi'h is not more like the Kng- .
J 'j j L. Lewis made a trip over to Hrook falling bomb I I. probably not unlllc \\\r\ 1
J Ilsh t than it is like! the Irish. We carox' ,
er Sunday afternoon the sound of a bird! of prey say a j
nothing for more remote ancestors I! t
: than we have known Iwr..unally-thnt. i Smith Johns of Long Bridge. was golden eagle. |

is, until wo become millionaires. Then ,''II visitor! here Sunday. 1JJQQQ

we CUM afford to hire specialists to I L. Melvin and .daughter Odessa, arethe i Clock That Is Never Wrong n.'irylkfli jgaacKiaaiaHsagiajBXioagKgci? IIt lll
In the of the Nichols Mrs. M. E. r
grow family trees for us, dating! from i on sick list th is.ek.. Hoyle
I I I"He I Some thief' academy at Dudley. :Mass., I Is Ihem".t
-1 the time of the !Norman: conquest. broke into C. :M. Phillips' -
wonderful .1..ek In the emirs'
store Tuesday night leaving everything FARMER
United States and probably, In thuworld. ,, Has Gained BROWNJ
in bad
that will nut work neither shall ,,, !shape
he oat," is the belief of the Illinois :Mrs. W1.: (Hodges and children It N the kind of 11 clock that

Manufacturers Association which has spent the week-end at her sister's, tells time three ways' and It's always j Thirty Pounds

started a boycott against: the strikingcoal Mrs J H O. Rivers, near Brooker. rlpbt. If the son should be one seer | r
a ond slow In the clock would' Farmer Brown is
There will be rising j jreclst busy getting
miners, refusing to "1.1th.'m\ food. !l services at the New
and clothing. The miners will thus River :Missionary church' next "'r a blnk mark nealnst. the orb ready for the freeze.

find that withholding production is a Saturday' and Sunday Dinner on the of ilny ami world I tick Its ppcalinrrecord / "I'VE NKVKU roi'Ml} ANVnilMi i tf .

I two-edged. sword. The inner history ground. Everyone: invited. In spite of the sun. It, I Is called | TO KtJl'AL TAM..U'." :SIIK: :S.\ VSTKOCltLKS Snyder's busy marking
a right ascension clock find 1 post up new
ti of the national miners' union revealst > :Mrs.' K. A. Sweuringen attended the t
'1" that they enjoyed so much 1 prosperity. 'I cane grinding at the home of :Mrs. J. nearly $:.n.lswt.: ) The designer' '; and : OVKHCOMK.: : : t goods.Is .

k H. maker was n widely. known /genius and ,.
till Sapp Friday afternoon
they began to indulge in politics "If I with
within the union. There was no occnsion i i I.. Lewis made a business! trip to the, sidi-real of, his life.clo'k'n'l the masterpiece !: I personally l'utJldp'nk who has stomach everybody trouble our excuse for no letter this

for a shrike and they struck! I Lake Butler Tuesday. I
and .rheumatism said 1 )11'1.: l. E.
This clock from Ilezekl
was a gift week.
only for the sake of spiting! Boyle, of 11'Jl: : I'vnnsylvania; avenue,
leader "trikinlr,1 HO):NOR |Iml.1.III.UIC| : : IIOOL h Connnt, a native: son of PIIIII'Y.
who were against ; ( 1
who made fortune! manufacturing Kansas City, Mo.: "I 1 would advise
Thus to satisfy. petty spite among: them to take Tanlac, for I hatried
themselves the whole country must'. 'Iit Honor roll of :Miller !School for the thread. lie had. three thlnto/ his
; suffer, and thousands of brother union month of November, 119.! credit that are mentioned these days! i, it "myself, and have never found anything
have suffered 1
to it. I
I equal
men must go ildle when the factories First Grade-Henry Douglass, J, E. -the flrs ,dally paper ever printedIn with rheumatism during the past tenyears DEWITT C. JONES
Marvis Worcester, the most wonderful
shut (
down for lack of coal. If other 'alt'n. Ilrannen Pearce I'arrish. until I would
thought I Iis-
I, commercial bodies followed I I'U clock In th.'orl the exam-( i tracted. The
pie of the one mentioned, this /and 11111 I Second Grade; -Jewel. [Crawford Edna man to make $UHlltO.Printing / my hip down pain to my would ankles extend(, the musoles from- Hardware Storei1Jf.IOClCJC..1nClOflfIt1f

other unreasonable. strikes Dukes, :Mabel :
would come Mcl.eod. Dell Harrison and leaders felt like they: were I
to a speedy end. > Lettie Crawford. rnP
drawn!, my knees were so .still" 'I could
Third <:ra.le-I..on (Crawford Cm u hiirdh bend IjJrlfJrnlrJfffi: ) : t11fDtlsluat.: >Sa4S.'fCgladly as
over, and manya night"
TilT :SlfOMl: : COMING: rip r.onner.o'a'I''e: Brown.
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Fourth Grade; -Kettis Dicks. Hlatn-h AGnIt hardly keep from! crying. My: appetite tell anyone who cares to call I of D. I.. Phillips Saturday night and
r The editor. of. the Arcadia\ Enterprise Groover, Cecil Douglass! Minnie' Belle
was! very poor and my stomach on me what I have found out by experience I enjoyed singing! and playing.
vva* in a lugubrious/ mood the Waters.Fifth. "
; was so out of order that what little I about it.
day he wrote the editorial headed Grade-Lafayette Oupiw. i 'did' out made: me miserable. I sufferedterribly All druggists' sell T'\llla"-Ad\" i OKHEK FOK BLICATION
t "Are these the last days, ?" He /almost I Sixth Grade-Francis WaterAi - A . .
from indigestion. and would I In Circuit Court. Slut' of Flc.rl.ln Eighth
\ concludes' that/ the second coming of., Douglass.) bloat up so badly from the gas on my \\OODL.\\\\1 1 Juilic nl Circuit. Hrmlfur' County. In Chun-
Christ is at hand I Eighth Grade El.sie Stokes Sallie eery.
on account of -- ''
tomach, that I could breathe .
; 'brother Waters hardly I I. \ Pettyjohn. I I
turning: against brother" and and there was!: also a dull aching pain WooiJIawn Dec. 12..Messrs. P. L. Complainant:
4. the great hunger/ felt by the peoplein Ninth Grade-Seeber Stoke" the ; and Curl! Hilliard business .. VH
in pit of my stomach. My complex -. Phillips were \' I O. l I'ark'r. *t al I
many parts of the world, and so on. J. T. Barnes prinl'ipal11'11'1; <' Tho-
"ion \\'n".rY bad-sallow and yellow v-'sitrrs! tn the st.te: farm Satur- Ti4-foniinnt'
"IVihap.s have the blue urns and, Lottie Brings
we devils, he Stokes, assistant"! !
1' looking-and I just. felt badly at day. km' nenn'' ..""H.b affidavit a""n.|.d' th.
say, and that's what' the -- -
all times., S. II. Norman of. L'ltra . Sun- ninl. In the .hove .lAO" that J.
The second ,coming( of Christ has! Ibeen i THE KETOKTtTSSKfU'SHenry. : : : Clients spent ii li n.i "1'nrUr and aerce Parka.. the Or.
\ expected ever since His aseen-j I !lut Tnnlac ha been a wonderful day here with relatives. fenil.ini therein mimed., are non-mlilrnu. of .,
: sion but Christ will never he nearer . . . . Dunham) I Not every business has a show bli'sxmg to me and no one could} seethe T. It. Hrowning attended church at nt Leavenworth..f MoruU. and i...n.they.... are and renldent Fnntiae.

j ,,f' to us than lie is! now. 11(. is at our :\11'''. Henry ..fl'npralIana: :: ..r window. If you want towlnmore change! that has taken place :.n me Wateroak Saturday; and Sunday. Michigan' rmprctively. and are over the air.
I during the few weeks and doubt of enty-one .
aide clay and night and were it not I Scene__ - Inside Henry's new care i clients.use more printing and use past All S. II. Thompson came down from that aid. nnn-renidi year. It defendant. \I. .thrnrortordered. he. .
medicine. and
I I it being
a great my at.
for His; staying and the kind printing f that faithfully h.-rrF. .i"ire.l t u ,
protecting hand Mm.: Henry : Now Henry do have rheumatic 1 pain and stiffness is. Baldwin and spent' Sunday with his Plain, Hied in .aid appear to the bill of torn-
It'nne. eau.n .
'f i( the human race would hnalmoHt'' caution there's a policeman he never I represent your business policy. now and! know I feel! like anew .family oar.,,, the 8th day of January.on A or befor.. Mon-otber
you may -
perished during the late troublous saw us use all four wheels at once You save money and make money : I is Sheriff W. J. Epperson of f'turke.wa" ;.. the all.trati.m. ,,f aii. bill ili2tha ....
per"OIl.Iy appetite ken
times It is not for' us to a s k why i iJ Henry, look for your patrciis. Do the same for mi enntn.e,16Y ....01 defendant*.
t j out there's a cat' heavens I am never bothered with !IIpIl.ndhl'l a business visitor here Thursday\ It .i. further ordered.
( these things happened but for us to'' the yourself by usinrf an economical I ,. that thi order be
bridge is. open my Gawd. if you or gas any more no matter J. S. Norman and children attendedthe I "'v"l, uncp leek for four enruerutlv
take new hope and have faith in Him highs grade HtmmermlllIlonil V.-I.B In the Bradford
skid like paper
that again we might go eat and color is fine. Not only I, show at the state farm Saturday County Telegraph "
who doeth all things' well. The human -! through a plate glass window. I read -and good printing both of my night. t-wtpae.r. oubli.bed in and county and *...,..
have I been relieved of rheumatismand Trl. [ ....mb.r,
>nth.> 1819.\
race has: only und..rlt'nnelnother'/ '' of a man knocking down a lamp post which Tve can give you. ; stomach trouble, but I have also :Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Hilliard spent I W. T. WEEKS.

of, its periodical examinations by the I he got cut horribly get away from the If you want printing service and j I gained thirty pounds in weight be- 1 Saturday and I Sunday in Jacksonville ,tSc.'> Clerk Clelt Court.
(:irent Schoolmaster and is moved By R. A. WEKKS,
into curb why'811'15.: Black lift your economy -five use a\ trial. sides. Xow these are reasons for with relatives
my I
D"mty Clerk.solicitor
f' different class '
After .1
rooms. we hat Henry \\ hilt.11 I guess you can Bradford County Telegraph thinking so well of Tanlac and I will j The young people met at the home AHKINS for Complainant


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.. I R.J.. C. Diggs, pastor of I IX:; THE I : 'B .
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Lakeland to attend the annual conference ,
Deacon Bui ,
;Mr. 1'iggs ill held in high I i (a.' 14, ii
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Bits of Local c"111 11'" II i
4'I -teem b.\' the members' of the local ahoy ob. 11' I IM'd ? .

church and they are hoping) he will binturned I |here! ,l ")tii'on i ii\-nldii, i ) : :Noah; :
I to Starke for another 'lIr.J MINER'SChristmas
I > it.h.m-> I'll \\.iit IV di' ,j"a af--city-I!
I ii Information i, tool t :\1..c.j ii i, I in-" 1 i
.1 J F. Kicklitc-r. superintendent' of I II :
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14 C..w..iy O... ? 7.a ........ -/ I the Baptist Sunday school incc-"' the I I, ,
r....... Ire tw c..rwt T_ I, going( of ('ol..1. C. Poppell. i i plan- will be with Of articlesin
I: us soon. many
/ lining( for the annual Christmas event .
I IIs. A second meeting of teachers. and. oflueis I! my line I have a fairly good supply. Gold '1
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to complete plans called I for M
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and Brooches Pins LavalliersVrist
ADVERTISING gold-filled ,
Nobby Coats sit SternberR's.Mr I at Slump's.Messrs t Sunday, morning after IIl'I''il..II.The .
. Watches, Cuff and Collar buttons, Tie Pins,
; II. L. Brownlce pent Saturday : Haroldull.I Leo Canovn, Ladies Aid Society: of the Baptist "
ONE CENI A WORD FOR EACH' ISSUE. Tie Clasps, some Novelties, Vanity Cases,
church will hold their bazaar and 1
in Jacksonville of t-taike, and Kirby Smith, of Sampson CASH IN ADVANCE .
City left for (ll'lIlalonday: for a food sale at I D. C. Jones' hardware! AdvertliirmfnU ln..rl.d under thl head Purses for Gentlemen. Just received some of
Luke store instead. of the Futch building maul be paid In advance. No .""
O. B :Mood l of Butler, was week's hunting trip.
for ono Inm-rtlon accepted for loan (than 2S the Seth Thomas high grade of Clocks.
in town Tuesilay. as formerly announced December lit! I

By mistake the name of Doris I'ope :i p. m. The patronage of the-public) I '
ir. J, O. Il.ivnpnpent. Sunday with of the third gun Il'. wn omitted from will be appreciated,) I FOIl SII.liNorth, ( 111'0111111' You will also find a good assortment of Fine '
seed u'aunts, ten ic-nts pouiul.
relative.l.ickonville.\ No\''U'' h- loll of the Urud- | per .1
!for: If for bargains F. :M. White &: Son' Lake- Pink, Ga. Stationery, Picture Books for children and some
ford High School.! >ou are hunting I '
M Aiuui (anuvu i M visiting. rclar try Sternberg's. U-12-41 for older people.Vlien in town come in and t

s. i. () .ala l this. wii'k. Iadieiu can (find that pattern I
see us. No one urged to buy but trade
at SU'rnlieTjj'.s. It was stated<<1 in last week's Ti-le- WAN'TKIi:': ': To buy syrup in barrels. any)
,X M i , i was born Sundnv mornnu I graph that Flunk Hatrisnn of Dukes [ Write me how much you have and I you will !see f fit to give us will be very much
3 i ... Mi: and I :MrC). W. WhiteIen's ;\Irs.' Wm II. Struth and daughtci.Mis '. won first price l in the pig club for : the pri., .e asked., Address, .. L. Rho-
: Hildapi'in thc week-end in I best sow and litter. The prize was I den! (Glen St. Mary, Flat It* appreciated.
:\ Work Shirts, $J.fI{) at.. Jacksonville guestof. her daughter won by Kline Brown of Dukennd this ,

St amp's.M :\11'-. L.1.: derfha.:: '. correction "should, be noted. Foil SAI 1.1-I: ii; head of fancy full- .

,i u:, I :MiN.. 11. Hull spent Sun- : Drew Alvarez, i i. the second son of :Mrs.. Chas. \\'. Chalker of Rockford, blooded, just llc-ikshire bred.! L!!sows C. Smith 10 monthsold Graham . MinimrV .l (-\1'.. 11't'. Slor l '

da'" (iiiiiic-ville; with friends.: ', D.V.. .Alvarez of this city, who has' 111., is. spending the holitlII.'o.nn! I'll. 1 -r.-2t. :
-- I I joined the U. S. navy Drew i i..* stationed with her parents, :Mr. and ;Mrs. .\. ;M.Daiby. ,
Tim your eggs' to Bryan He pays at Hampton P.oad.'a.. Captain Chalker is. expectedto !
th, ,ilnt, market price. 12.12-tf. !]i come later for a .short leave of absence. I HAVE Fort TI\IIl'-One: : good I pi-

Bryan keeps a full line of hay and nno costing. ( $ I l.>0, for town ]lots or '
V ''ii wns born to :bfrI rand ;Mrs. W.i grain. ia-U-tf. I11' | acreage, either in town or county. )chdlntQIJntJQ.c, '1 at ICIAQQQQf.IIUI/UIIICUmmWffimtJJ\QWCJi01Of.; ) /) ( !( ) ;) \) >mWQUlliJimmmo,

i I' ,well on Thursday, Dec -1th.Ancel Come in and see our new line MILlion, the l'urniturellIn; Starke.::\ t I

:\ and :Mrs.' F. ;M. Dees have 1'1.1 of high grade shots< for :Men 11 21-tf. ; 0
\Vuin\\nirht is. again in the tinned to Stai ke to reside after a .. Women ;and :\Ii. .t>s. "'e can save For Fifteen Years

t'xprt'omee. assisting. gent( HotT- of several months. at Clermont, Lake you $1 to $3:{ on a pair. Stump's. I I FOH SALK: W() lint! faun on Staikeand

man. county Hinnkc-r\ road 1, (rood dwelling
II. C. Pruning, of Brooker, was in (
house, 20! acres in cultivation, the
inJthams; from :20 cents a >d. Ladie.s' Sweaters: Sternberp's. Starke Friday<< and ordered. printed remaining well timbered. Price We administered to the needs t

up. Sternberjj's. matter from the Telegraph( job office.Mr $400 cash. E. C. Dyal, Brooker t
Friends: of John Powell will be glad Bruning( and his partner! Elliott Fin. 12-5-21 of the sick of this community
F. A. Scott was in Jacksonville on to learn that his condition is improving Williams, are l'ondUting"ucce".ful. t
Wednesday selecting a line of holiday after a serious illness of typhoid farming operations.. and will also handle the call either
goods fever poods to be shipped by other far \VANTEJA'ent..r\ or a half cropper : responding to 1 i
mers. for about twenty-five acres of I 1i
]land Starke and Raiford night. .
good on day or
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at The longest sugar cane of the season Seeor i
road five miles from Starke.
Handy Brymer's 10-3-tf. that we have seen wns grown on R. II Novels, one of our colored 1 : \ .
apply to :Mrs. J. L. Warren, R.
the farm of J. L. Underhill northwestof farmers' has: left a sugar cane tasselat
;Mrs. Cora Sanders of Jacksonville, Starke. It measured 11 feet in the Bank of Starke. The long
spent Sunday with her friends. the length. cold) weather this year gave .
Misses. Baisden.. time for cane to tassel and l many persons I FOIl SALE My farm of 4f acres, 36 prices stands today as then.

See our line of Ladies Coats who had never seen this plant in acres I stumped, good: dwelling and .
:Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. Roberts and Coat Suits and Dresses $16.:>0 tassel before had an opportunity to outbuildings), "", good fences, good WIItel' t
]little son, of Lawtey, were shopping and up. Stump's.Mesdames do "so' this season. The tassel] left by I' Also. mule, wagon, and farm *A trial order will convince
in Starke :Monday. Nevels at the bank is full blown and; implements, hay and corn. Two ij you ,,1

Chas. Larsen, of Ftort is very pretty. miles abreast. of Starke. Cheap for

Special Bargains in Women'sand Pierce and J. C. Stricklmg of Jack cash!' or terms. .1. II. Newsom, R. ,
Children's Hats at Stump's.' sonville who have been guests of Col. Hon. A. V. Long and his son and I'. D. 1, Starke. l'J-5-2t

and :Mrs. D. E. Knight for the past daughter, :Mr. Gustinp. and :Miss Ella Scott Co. :
;Mrs L. L..Lrdan: of Sanford, is week, returned to their homes Wed- :Mae Long, left Wednesday", for Pa- WANTED-Colored family to rent 40 Drug
visiting' at the home of her sister, nesday. latka, where the family will reside in
10 cultivated. Rental
acre farm acres -
Mrs T. J. Griffin. the futuree.11': '''. Long is in Jacksonville K
I free for first half year. Inquire
with their little daughter. Annie
:Misses Lucile and Louise", Griffin of of John Friego Lawtey, or owner, (
:Mrs. J. W. Griffis and children, :Mattie \ ,
who was carried to Rogers Sanitarium 2PH ON E 12
Birjrie and Carson, of Lawtey, Jacksonville, came down Friday afternoon a few days. ago for treatmentfor Paul Engel!: 1911 Rose ," St., Chicago ,1:1,: : IJ
and I spent until Sunday after- III 117St.
in Starke Saturday. .
were blood poisoning caused by 11101'1'cd ''''-
noon visiting their grandmother, :Mrs .
I their :Mrs. teeth. The Longs. have been one - -- --- I k4t3lACF0tdiIIIIU1JIIilOG6(1Qgi10tnlnp@tpiptUG11J11tki919t!! :; { !( ) :!( (. (. ) IC-al.Q.wroCJCJJrJQfJtmn 4ftUtiltJius ;:
Hlankets and Comforts sit D. Wainl'iA'htlnd aunt, of Staike's most. highly esteemed families : FOP ,\I.EC.. Flat Vine or Florida
J. F. Kickliter.
Sternbers's. I II and their removal is very much i Runner Seed Peanuts. Seed j
I legictted.O. . I peanuts are exceedingly srnre. Secure I -
Gary Enni. of the Flotula University -I ;Master Teddy Stilley, .son of11': all you will need" at and. ;Mrs. lien Stilley, hud the misfortune -
: (Gainesville spent Sunday>.with \\'. ;Names, one of the Tele I pn$.ible moment \\'.. have a limited :
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. ;Morgan I to have his. foot run over by an the 1-11'1'Idll Uunnirand
graph's good fri'nds.'a, !! in town last supplyIf, rBy l
automobile and will be confined to his ServiceWe
I Friday from the Louise section! of ni! Idl',! .'t tin.m, at tl" ientper" \ Helpful
A. Z. Ailkiiis! left Sunday afternoonfor home for some time. Alachua county. ;Mr. ;Maine.-t pi.un. : "-" ut" i ItiMhi-l. i f. 0 b

Tallahassee", where he has business I the farmerof' his .section are fl"< i Im" I.c 'ni-11 1 ',. i1! . "'ir order to. J
1 before the pal'lillningboal" ). Outing and Cotton Flannel atSternberg's. the damage caused. by the cotton l h ,;1I i ,Ia I; In, 10',' ,n long. H

weevil, but that thosn who took f.i; i T (Hall C, I,.,ivv.-ll.. ,. Fla 11 21-tf, MeanGive
Mr. and :Mix. n".eocleLlne. : and) I warning and planted other ('1'01'"lC'h .
ehil.lren.nt up to Jacksonville. :Snti :; A. S. Strickland, (if Kinsley lake, as sweet potatoes and sugar) can'' ar-
'.i>' ..itteii.uon to visit relatives has Il'ftIt the Bank of Staiko a .sample faring well and. that he i is confident,

of fine oranges grown on his f.irm. they will all get on their feet iu.i a'' f
Qt '.!'II'y !1." mhcr and! upply Company :Many of our older citi/.en remember soon as. they abandon\. cotton and plan
I shipped a boat to Olustee. Tues- when "1'lnA'erI'OVl'/ around the luke othpr money crops. "' GOOD TO more than ordinary attention .

day, built for Dan Harrell.Men's were numerous and beautiful. 1. nrtunDom' to your business and financial inter-

L. II. Austin of Jacksom< hibeen
Flannel Shirts 75; centsat Lt., ests.
Coj. Wind commandant in Ptarke during the week \ 1 Citing
Stump's.t at the University of Florida relatives. SCALED TINS ONLY
Gainesville: accompanied by his wife AT YOUR GROCERS From the very start we determined(

Col. A. V. Long and :Miss/ Ella :Mae and baby, spent the week-end with his :Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Jennings, of Jacksonville to take personal interest in our customer -
and Gus. motored to JacksonvilleVed- sister. :Mrs. :M. I*. Matheny, and<<1 his arc !spending a vacation, with' MAXWELL .
TH day to spend several days.Mesrrs. cousins, Mesdames; F. A. Scott and J. the latter's plll'Ctlt.11': and :MrH HOUSE and study their individual

T. juigley.( E. Lageigren. needs in order that we alight
: W. C. Kerc-e and J. K.: Douglass COFFEE ..
... of the Guilford )section, were flint Richard, of Staike was shaking ton: w ? them hl'tter.Ve believe this service
businc's: \i"itois to Stnrke Tuesday.Get hands with friends, in the city on
has vital factor
i policy been a in the
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Wednesday, mOI'ninClint was look- Bubbling with the joy of life, lnai ..
". Uijan's prices on shorts and ing fine after having been battered And crowned with its best gift-. 1IDQ1IDOCt11OOawlDQlDtllmct.1cmcnc+ ( I substantial growth Of the Bank of

alt be-fore' buying 12-12-tf up by the Germans. during the world l Love is a spackling gem( Monuments and Tombstones I IS Starke.

war.-(iame.sville Sun. On the foaming wave that drift-, I I
:Miss,. .Julia Woodward returned to Along the stream of happinessAnd : M. DRIGGERS, Lake Butler We solicit husinesson .
hei himic in Jacksonville Sunday after Light and dark colored outing many blessings impart; I your the basis t .1

"pending few days in Starke.r best quality| special price :2.:; c a i For you can trace its fountain head I Agent for of the helpful service we endeavor I.I

yard at Stump. From the spring of the human Valdosta Marble Works 1
;Misses", Eflie- and Edith Sloan two heart. I to render to all our customers. ...

charm ladioof Sampson Mrs. ,, I Years of Satisfactory ser I I
ug( young CV. l.iddon and grandson Then give me love or let me di- 1
City, wo'l'e'i itor" to Starke Satur Livid Mo/.o: of Jacksonville, amP For all is joy when love is night vice: -,Latest Designs to select .
day. down Wednesday and are oe'cupjinn; Ei ..h day so calm and cool and l bright
:Mrs. Liddun'* cottiierc on N. Walnut shall fade away into the night. I, from. TJ* Bank of Starke
:Men's Shirts of quality at street Heroes so nob'c'! so true and l bra,," I i WfflDC82flIflSfl} ( > }! !!JQ i
Sternbers's.Mr Shall retul'l1o dust in a martr;. ', ,
D. C. Jones' hardware store, front = .-- '
: and ;Mrs. II. T. Clark, of Jack- and rear has. every) inch filled with But love -o sw''rt and bold and free I I 1I 1- COFFINS CASKETS j The Growing Bank

so ; '. -p'nt)> Sunday with :Mrs. I goods. Were it nut that the good Shall ever smile its smile on thee. ]fl E. S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White Cashier
1 j I And a full line of I ,
Clark's pan'nts.11'; and :Mrs N. D.
are moving so fast Captain Jones' But at the grave even love must die'' (I
WainvvriRht. would have to find. liir',;i quarters But 'twill live again beyond the .sky I Undertakers' Supplies

Love is the blossom. of pity and l the Automobile hearse II'
( ol. and :MrA.. V. Long and little --
3IHIiner\ at bargain prices at donor of charity; '
The bet
Always on hand. s.
and F. II,
duuvrhtci Anne Slernbeirf Love is. the only bough on life'-
we it to Jacksonville I Sunday after.. darkloud; vice at the lowest price:-. Speesl; .1 I

noon. T. A. Brinson and I family moved Love is the morning( and eVl'ninj.litOI'\ attention to telegraph. order I GENERAL INSURANCE
Tuesday into the house. vacated Monday that never fudes; --- -

:Men's all leather Work Shoes I by A. V. Long and family. Starkeis Love is the queen| of beauty the Rsrjistered] .Err.bainier. HAROLD C. WALL
$3.50: ; () to $5.00.; ( Splendid values fortunate to have Mrs: Itrinson and l mother of mlwly-for music is. - ;
I family a* permanent citizens.., as. he its voice; I npWITT C. JONES!

,, has purchased the Long( residence.Mr. Love is the builder of every' hope, the Starke. Ha. iQom. I STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
48,000 I kindler/ of every fire and is the I -
aJ ,J I! : and :Mrs. Chas. :Marks of Tampa angel of harmony in the home; II I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
Sell U r
Drug v.erc week-end guests at the homeof Love is she perfume of that wond'- I
Five million peopleuse :Mr and :Mrs. T..1. Griffin They rou flower-the heart;
it to KILL COLDSCASCARAk&QUININE lived In Starke for several' years and Love is the highest. happiness' of the
haa large number of friends here human race and its sacred! tear- DAVISAgency / '19.N) ..U"IOT.USM; READY [ is. printed' or plainly written to avoid

lULL'S who are always glad to *..e them. will purify the atmosphere. of I error The law requires. you to execute .
!! Brv" ha* a nice fresh stock of Love i i. the;trwe of life that growsat Est. 1886 i j For the convenience of the public I, the application before a Notary

groceries m the Dr. Wills building. thePastern gateof the ."III'sgalden application for registrations of motor I Public or some officer/ using a seal.

l.i-1 J-tf. ; INSURANCESTARKE vehicles for the year W.111.! : .\Y lIEFILED blanks may he secured from Hank.

'f DKOMIDE : Love i.s a sacred spring which God ha I I! ': Oif accompanied by re Justices of the ['('lice, Notaries Public -
Louis. Fernandez F1'I.'eWynn thewinter
:Misses and sunken in the rock; which
. mittance. will be sent about and County Officer, or the Comptroller. -
,.StjTi.ird) cold Ttmtiy for 20 yt rin Toga out
) and Thomas Limbaugh have secured never freezes thp summer '
tablet form-mft, tuft, no I .
the middle of December in time for
..p'ate.-h.. up a oH in 14 above Jl with which toys for never heats; which sends I'
a hour.-releve. .... the new ER I F.STIOS:
crip in 3. d. orphan babies are being selected. This its quiet waters with music. I year. I
Money back if it full The I (I '' .
State Comptroller.11.29It.
nl t l genuine boa has Pod work) is under the auspices of the JunIor down the hillside of the flowery i\ I 1 ease see that all! questions are <
a lf topictutth air Htll' I ( ''no V. P. U. tiel I. .. answered and your name and address! .

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= ounty-Far"ers; mcealej It works. He this ign.way. : The mdustrv: to ,

Itl; l Bradford C : be attacked cannot be touched fiom \

within, because its men have no teason. .
to ..strike So another method. I is adopted

fur thebist I club poultryI'ludfoid I The business in pucstion may'
PALL I'LI"no'o; : I :; OP :-\\'EET; tin. i alvi s ginwing\ ." keep many' shops busy. supplying
|1'0r.1'OI'FOI> ;: I < >KI.LI( :; : : ) It i I' u vny' -.low pince-s t<) attempt :" county > sowing! club wonp"s it with pa its or material. If Florida's
the si/e.. 01 quality' as follows:
to impiove these! outside shops can be tied
Uoum: wot. 1'iiht prize awaided to .
I cattle by grading they
of up
lange then the great industry be crippled
Careful selection of weet potato may
Anona Colson.
lire allowed'' to go thiu three months of I and that is. what the Most Exclusive
seeds milt, grtatly' in iiicieaMng y'u.I M I, -taivSition each winter Theie were Sheet and pillow ca.-i's. First pi'lie, speculator Showing of

controlling: disease and impiovmg\' tintype times when the value of a 1 loiidastcei $2.f 00, u wauled to Leila Harr's' want

The best selection. of sti"i. inn low thnt it wan haidly' :I| Kitchen set Ttrat prize(', $2,00, So stiikes aie fomented m the outside
was so
be made when the ciop is. haivested, : : awaided, to Onu HitaVaid second i industries J Hveiy attempt is. Diamond '
to extia and 'i
am expense.
piofltubU- Jewelry
(> go\ ,
for at that time DIM ha* .1 ' 'rquantitv but those ,days uie" past and an unimul 1 |pl'lZl', $1.00, to :Mana Andrewgj made to curtail the factoiy's .xource
of potatoes to ..Kit fiiim, be j Unifoim cap and apt'on. Kirxt pi'IZP, of supplies. It ill u simple (game when
that tilth keeping must
I !I" u | Artistic Goods '
& can secuie the potatoi-s fiom thi most. well fed it will bl'inJC'er)' little $ ..>0.) awarded, to Willie :Mae[ Oliver; once understood, and l the public has Gift 'i

productive hills, fret them flee fiom I 'of it to or its owner. :, second prire, $1.;50) to Iris Godwin no idc-a how often it is. played. I

disease. and Kecuie, ahuot the piopet i I pi Spiing calves should. be weaned in Luncheon net, Tir"t prize, $J.00, Now, if the workingmen of the outside II.
SUP and type of potatoes uanted I' awarded to Iva Colson.. shops. knew what the game is.,
the early fall "so' that their moth 1'9
The attention of County Agents and 'I they would refuse. to play it, but they
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be1 Table and Fil'stprize '
will have time to make somegain cover napkins
I- EXh'n"ionV'kp,',, has been called. to 1 don't know; they seive tools.. of designing 'Visitors to Jacksonville :
fore- the cooler vveathei comes. It isj $-.;jl), aw aided to Edith John ,
this matter frequently duung the puot capitalists without knowing (
j also. (good for the ca.lf, as it makes it son. ( Are Cordially Invited <
two years, whin there was an effort it. There is. one point however, that
more dependent on pastuie, and gets Laundiyr bay First piize $1.00, to Our Establishment
made to necure moie prolific vanties I ought to louse the suspicions of workingmun -
j the digestive "syttm' into such a con- awuidc-i,1] ti> Anona C'olson .secondpiue
01ven (fit vantinsthat weie fairly ( engaged in this kind l of strike (
tlition that will be able to utilize
QOc to Elsie Stokes.
tiue to name. It has. not been uncommon If the strike cannot get itself settled
the diyer" feeds' when foiced, to it. I Ioi Bradford l county U fortunate in
to find several vanties of ; I no matter what either side offcis to :
potatoes f1'lJm'ine... that have been I Ii having the seivices of :Mis I'loia do, it is almost positive ptoof that
< :N; nM-1'\1'1':; i: K\II I'lti/i: '
Glower Scott home demonstration
!sent! out fiom some of oui' best. ..WOf.tpotllt" as theie is. a thud paity, a hidden hand,
i \\ INNIUSItiadfoid :; :; ( agent, for through hei efforts the'a.- 1fess & Itur. 1
plant flowers, anil, foi that interested in having strike continue. ijlnger
iious tlubd: are bl'cuminj.noted\ for That hidden ,
reason the-ie u always difficulty in influence does not want
getting fust" class seed; when the beds county home then excellent ptoducts, both at home a settlement on any terms It whole

,., .. _.. ,..... .., ... ..... ..,...., I club nll'mher.'on the _following and abroad l. the JEWELERS
profit trouble and the
is in in
lire rruuy to ue continuance
fan, Lake- Butler
I prizes at the county at "
Seed l potatoes should. be kept separate : of the trouble Sixteen West Forsyth Street ,

in the bank ui stoiage. house, l-'iist, |'ii7e for. best. woik done ill If such. u stnke is won by the
and. leceive n little cxtia care. It I, (canning clubSeholaiship: to Tallaliasste sinkers, is. the lot of the woikingmenimproved" Jacksonville Florida
will about bushel for Inch ? After throwing the industry
icquue one given by the liradfoid Countv
n<'re" to be plunti, and, it Khould, not Bunk nn i Bank of Staike' Awiudedto l ORIGIN OF STRIKES. into the hands. of outside

\b., difficult from an aveiage fuld! 1 to Uillu. :Mae Olivei, spt'c-ulatois, aie the wnikmen given

seK t two or thiee times the number 1 Set'one) pil/e, given by' Pat'met's & SAYS THREE KINDS any' better treatment ar wages I ::St b'15hPd' f"orty'rts

of I jshe-ls. needed to plant the next Dealers I 'lInk of LakeHutler, awarded Who is. most. likely' to woik with thewoikmgman --- f''

jc m's! acreage.1'utatoes ''to lil.mche Aldi>iman, I along I lines of progiess I 1 was there to make a ofldreuit Hour line a feast. For tlm ....
thnt aie to be h it'vestedfoi II I I"h'n two umeasonablt. parties 10- and prospentythe: manufactuier her. Luncheon was just over, ami I tiny toddlers thci(> Is a varleil
< canned fruits "1
seed . hold; be uiufulh' II.t'al'il.ty an vegetables fuse. to each an am'cement, their whose home is where his. plant is., I she was talking to a little knot ofmenu) xoinetimes L'needa Itlscult
puiposes .. I'nst pii/e, $5: awarded to quail'el should be confined I to thetnI whose reputation among his nc'ighboi women, 'ihe first words I heard, ml milk, sonietlines Graham Crackrs -
dug, so that they will not be biokenor Cantey Olivei; second l pri7e, biuispil, tlnn sOI.te,1 befoie they are ;Maty Tilhs.Hest I Rational Itlsciiit. ilcnanlly | lilt 'Ibis is '
r ualling i changed
from doing hutm to others But his employes i is bom of acquaintance | on special \
into. the bunk I
and soiled
put a secon my o a tasty L'ueulu Kunilvon. jccnsions to Old Time Sugar Cook
exhibit of products.I and the
giape :, when two teasonable patties! cannot fellowship -or
befoie the seel, .
time being planted in I liked her. amifortnt Nevvtoiw
beds. t prize, $i.50,' to Cantey |I rome to agiecment, it is. I time; to look outsider, the speculatoi, the piofitcer, ly as site spoke u days when, rarest ha ofre
Oliver! second! l pi'ice, $1.00), to W. :M. behind the scenes foi. a third paitywho who does not know his men from iron : and ears busylietween < e cream and SSSsmi we! those Il

Potatoes fiom vine cuttings' aie" Oliver. I ->e mteiests is to keep- them/ ijuarlelling. spikes and whose only interest in' the' the dark and dnj light, pvcre our

more .desirable for seed, than those 1 Fh'st prize for best poultry club This applies to labor disputes . industiy is to nquee/e' tlollnis out of it she was qu< | r jhi i53_ 11,
.disease fiom" the plant bed I to Tallahassee given by met'chants. and l I' both (employer and cm- That is. the pity of some stiikos seems waiting ami listening fchildifii

the field ,is. much less. .. The custom of bminpss", men of Staike, a winded to ploye' aiu unieasomible: and l do notseik which lingei on and. on aftN''Ule- Slnc-e Ihi-y wi

growing draws 01 vines", \j..* hugely" leKponsililf I Vail Shaw.Ti '. ,I agreement but conquest' m mcnts me I'o.iblethe. dolududstukeis , things, I've Klvc-n that ln{ uit

foi the low yields that pie- '10 of Hane.1. Kicks" First pti/e, t which their umeasonablenoss ought lire fighting the battles of baliies. First I had.

Nail, and the .sweet potato crop will $200, awarded, to Alma Shaw; second l I not to be peimitted to cause. inconI cunning spueulatois alu'' do not know'it !' Then toddle., w hen Inie tlnjjto

never..MoO become....0:1: nn.1..,impoitant._............. ..eommeiimi ..........:_.-. prize! SI 00!),_,to Aimna, Culsonliio I venieme(' or loss to the public, But I | in inino
imi IIIILUIILII mi }< lij iir* i ivi'Kiii'.vthe of \\lnte Leghorns, hirst piueJ J theie have been occasions. when both Jhen theie I a third kind of strike! onn The

value of selected vaiities!! and, selected $ .Oi.), nwaidt-d, to Rhodn Blown; second employers and l, employes weie un- -the stnke\ that is provolby the1! ,

seed. )pn/e. $1 .00. to Ivu Colsonliio I mnsoluble enough to be able to leach :Money Inteiests. for the puiposc of | original, \

of Rhode: Island Hods First an iigieement, and weie pi'evented byhidden giving labor.. a bad, name. The A m- inherent
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|it i/e/T.'H;; ', awaidod to :Mona Andrews influencesj eiicanVoikman has always had a I goodness of

Tlio of \\hite Uvumlittes Tnstpure. j It should not be fot'gotten foi a single imputation of sound. judgement He
Uneeda Biscuit
dive;'I''d.\.ill.I l from Ihe l It.ingeThe 7"e, avvaide'd to Thomas Limbauirh minute that though a stiike may has. not allowed l himself to be led/ away I
is due to the superior materials and methods \
!h shouter who
j mean loss of money', time peace ofI y evety piohiispdto
native riorirH steel. is small :Dewing; ('lubBe I mind to all dnectlv contented\ rieate the millennium out of thin' employed in the baking The everlasting table-

for seviial reasons... Tin1 lack of goodcnru t set. foi gill's bed loom. Firstprie : woikmgmitn manufacturer and pub- air, lie bus. had l a mind of his. own goodness of Uneeda Biscuit is due to security
dining the fust wmtoi is :;.00 awaidi-d Inez .\beiniithv and, has used it. He has
as f" to lie-it does. not necessui'ily' mean the always u>- of the In-er-seal 'crade mark
much to blame foi the undeisue, as. '; second I pri/e, *J.50, to EmmaGriflls. I same loss to eveiyoneI cognued the fundamental tiuth that list : package.

any other fat,tor. The native Kloiul.icalf .. I I Theie me inteiests that make money the absence of leuson was never made ten too'i '

dropped in the "spiing, having afanly 1'i-st spinad and, pillow shams.I out of certain kinds of strikes.. If good l by the piesence of violence I pad 1 t of< NATIONAL BISCUIT hour
good and is musing its I Fit..t nwaided to AnonaColson In this the Amel'icanVork t seem
range piize $200, these t-tikes did I not pay somebody, way were'al COMPANY
ntothei, will make moie. gam between, ''I there would be fewer of them ingman has. won a ceitain prestigo. Hour r, but vy enough ,';

I wpring and' winter than it will dm'ing hoet and pillow cases. Fil'"t'I>I'ize. An analysis of the matter shows with his. own people and thioughout "You IIfIt>. even ways dainty always, aiding :

the next thiee yeais.undei. the oidi- $2.110), awarded to Leila If an'Is; second that theie aie thiee kinds of industlial the woild. VublitOpmion has been went on. 'are much II ____ a* only' National
nary methods of handling, them. pri/p, $1.00, to Ilu Belle Crosby.Kitchen . II disputes. inclined to regard with lespct. his. opinion ma Is. Thpy are rrwmt lovable' nuu iil'cllit Products can be. During the

l>unng !Septembei; and October the set. Piist. prize, 1iJ.00, Fir..t. theie is the justfiable sfl\'ike und desnes. most tractable after Ihl'y'vehad I years nheii my tallies wore growing

calf is. giowthv und fat and in a fine awarded, to Ona Rita Ward l ; second I -the stnke for those. pioper conditions But thoie seems to be a determined dlliDtiUli something to eat National niscult up we never missed. the Chil

hcalthv' ( ondition Hut in a shoit piize, $1 .OO, to :Mana .Vndiews.Unifoim i ami just rewards. to which the effoit now bl'lnlomudI'\ to fasten'' alway" begin our C'UI'- dren's Hour with its tasty feast.

time after the J pustules> become diy cap and apt'on. Pirst. prize workingman is. in all fairness entitled the Bolshevik stain on American Labor

It begins to limp flesh and in less than $2.11lWIII'rll.1; ) to Willie :Mae Oliver; by' me'iting it to such impossible. +++ 111 I t I t+++s>s>s-M"-t-f'+"f-Hs't-H-f'4-H"' +'t"f-H"fs>H"+++4"M"fs +4" -

M;I) ilivs will |(>sp fuim r,0 to lOi),) oi'i'oinl. (piize, $1.50 1 to Ills (;iodwinIiUtuheon . The pity is that man should be compelled attitudes anil such wholly unheard of

'pounds, of flesh. and befoie, the spring set. Pirst prize, $J.00, to use the strike to get what actions as .shall change public sentiment |I j SEEDS

)pastures. come on it i is starved and 11\\/11',11..1, to Iva Colsnn is theirs by right. No American fiom tespect to cuticism I

stunted, and. has teteived a setback Table cloth and napkins First ought to be compelled to strike for' It is quite in keeping with the higher i New Spring Catalogue Ready
that makes it moie of a sciub than it piize, $J.50, nwardt'd to Edith Johnson his. lights, He ought to receive .disordeily elements that they'

otherwise would. have been them naturally, easily', as a matter should employ! the lower disorderly clments : Write to-day for copy
YPIII'lings need, ,some fie'd aside, from Six hand made handkerchiefs, First of course for the purpose of destroy ing ,

the range" They need sufficient feed. piize $1 .00, awaidc-d to ;Mary Tillis.Oupst These. justifiable strikes. are usually the morale and reputation of the American r : If;you are a beginner you need the information

because suiciilent feed keeps the digestive towel, First prize?, $1.00, the employer's fault Some employers Woikmgman. All the disorder contained in the booklet, if
organs in good, condition. A awarded to Cantey Oliver; second I I .does not originate with the working- :
not fit for their Employment
are job
green ,pasture food,, 'h oats. > 80c Janie (iiitlis.I I not youjwill: want it anvway.
sui as or pi I7c to of direction of theirenergies man :Much of it comes from higher
men, :I
rye keeps' them 1l1'U'inlohut\ this is I aundry bag First. prize, $1.00, I I \ ananging that their toward up. I KILGORE SEED COMPANY i
not always possible. Siluge "will Klsie. Stokes i ,\
) nwurdt-d to : ; second prize, ,. The AmericanVoikmgmun's most
/lull bt :n honest ratio t 'h"lr pi reduction : PLANT CITY, FLA.
answer the same puiposeTheie ;"iO<-. to Anona Colson, l
and to the prosperity of the valued asset is his reputation for.
F. ( is. no time in the /animal'! ,* Button hole Fust. piize,' $100, I h.w..:..".....- ..."......, :. "uv" ."._".....II.. J.m......, --n"Lh"B.Jn....-..--... ..', h..l..n--......"n,1. .//.n.-......... ... -,,.,,..f.. '1 I-t I I. M+++++MI++++++ 1 I M'Hf' M ++++-M.+++++++++I++ ;.
life when it needs. liplter attention nwuidod. tononll (Colson; seconpiize. 'I j An employer mny be unfit for his lespect. for the law and order' If ha ,

than fluting the fust winter and it is. to Jennie :Maud l Ciosby.finigham . I job just as a man at the lathe may loses that, what he does gain ? boss of eight\ times I have had the entire

a pc-iiod when the giovvth can bemaintaineti : patch Pirst pri/e(", S10Cawaidtil I, be incomptent.. The lathe man gets Hut-and heie is the )point-if ha 1 i Big wages are not philanthropy.Ilig [ population of my town pass to the
at II.r slight (cost Dining to Kill :Mae HazenOvethanded I into tiouhle with his woik, anil, go does lose that, the poweis that would wages uie plain bu-im ss rilthts.I i other side of theatitet us soon as
the nl'pl'lIt"'int"I'lhl'I'/ months'fi'pdmg patch, Fust, piiye, $1!1 1awaided hint 'educe him the lowest I ;
does the incomptent employer' with hisJustifiable exploit and i to
I will "tally/ the talves over the to ,Ft-nnii' :Maude, Ciosby. ; see- form of wage-slavery, would be | The speculatois who aie they laid c-\c-s on m('. \Vhich bungs
stiikes sign that th,
ate n .
laboi trouble nutinteiested
) critical 11I'I'i..I. and from ton to twelvepound n",1, pri/i-, :irk, to Ella Karen, I boss need another\ joo-onl' thnt he the Ilainel's. to stir in up hilh'nlll..... They aie areusually | me to my' plaint, I .am usso. ited in :

. ) of silage-! pel" d.iv' will litmifficunt N'irlit gown, Pus'! pii/e.\ : $250' can handle. It i is time foi every' wtiiker to IIskhimsl.lf interested hindc-img the : thn eyes of my cntue town with tags.My .
if tin' "inKis hive omn ""aI.1, .I t" N ui.i .\Ij"l'man. in .
\ The unfit employe causes mote : Who stands to make money man who high wage": They : 1.1'I'IIl"lI'l'. at the dame is ittnalI
I pays u -
I 1' ,
I pastil 11 wo |1'''H' i I'd.' | of gia II :Mule I Fair I'riesV .
of this stllke Who will
: sirinklii| ,| ni i 1' thi. -11'1"!'i r, \v ill 1/11'/ "! .. i i. -tit,. f,in n .itktintvillel'i I| tiouble than the unfit 'employe, You out chief benefit if break down get want to hurt him. tn cliivf him out of I for everybody to class to the "therjSido
I can th.inge the lattei to a more suit5 tho we onindustiy '
.. thf i all HI /a 1'1'111 ,h''il. ,,i I w !M I I k,' '" i If' .,nl "' w in tlu' -.n,1 ptiziIII ( Who business Aml'I'il'lInVol'kinJ\ i of the room; I approach on the
'\ 11"\ able job lint the foi" met- must. uually e game me we playing man will not play' that game, once hI!
: be left to the law of conpensation. I anyway1'The understands iti street nn old friend, and she draws

I I The justified. strike, then, l Is one I man who makes pi'of it out of away fiom me and hurt... on, her

As Dead a&the Dodo that need never have been called if stiikes"" be he hilliunauc manipulator I i nUl"\ i'(OUMI/ :K T.\laau; I: |' tra/.e si. lead ahead; at the caidI'artj
) the employer! had done his work as he or self-seeking labor leader, is a menace I
I ought to the nation, a ttaitor to the well- I am thut unengigcd I am
I am the greatest vttpran of th,111all c-t to
Hut theie is n "second' kind] of strike being of humanity and the peisonul "t"l'tainiI1J,1' diiindpu .liuii-s,
I wan through the* first l lied Cross. whosttmlv. .
of wOI'inlo\'man. game is
-the ...t'ikl'hich, may' be named The eveiy \ '
Strike With a Concealed, Design. In In the second and. third kinds ofdisoider campaign\ on the :Mim stie-et. sector. I In othn;' winds' th wii i still

this kind of .strike the vvoikingmenaie which have been describedheie through the second l and third campaigns going on, so fai as I am concerned,

made the tools of "some, hidden, the concealed speculator orders on the Chestnut avenue front, r! and I w:int -" and m successive. campaigns. in the how t"i tli nuilnli/e
manipulator who seeks hn own ends. the strike; the dishonest labor leader myst-lf m the
through them. Whoever this: manipulator plans it the rowdy element fans. it union passenger [station region I mind i .of t the' publ l'.---I'm'toons :Mag-[
was in all the important"cam,'.
violence and the honest misled,
may' be. his designs will not into -
stand the light. woikmgman pays for it, and continues paigns, seeing service on every important ;
corner in town, I have -----
To illustrate this. kind of strike: to pay'Anyone my
Here is a !great industry whose. success who knows the AmericanWoikmgman -huken a wicked rolled outs box in I ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE

I is due to having met a public as he really and naturally fiont of every prominent citizen, I

in need, to its l.ffil'i'nt'lInd skillful met is. must be convinced that hedoes fiom the mayor down to the pound-I
Every druggist town and
your everybody's drug the Salvation
nu'.ter, in Army drives I
not want to be the tool of evil
hods of and its known Name
production "Bayer"
gist has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They record for just treatment, of its workingman designers who are not his friends and on ae doughnut sector, and in belialf is on Genuina

all give the same reason Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its \ Such an industry presents who cannot build prosperity Some of the "V. W." have been ogled : Aspirin-say Bayer

.. place. a gre'at temptation to speculators.If people make prosperity; other people by three preachers, four aldermen

"Calomel is dangerous and:! peoples. know it, while. Dodson's they can only gain contiol of it sap. it,it.Tht're .the latter devitalize and destroy and seven a hundred few .thousand soda-fountain professional cll'rk".1.
rich benefit from all the
they can
Liver Tone is perfectly safe and better results reap mashers Other war activities included '
gives said
a be
honest effort that has been put into ought to high wages everywhere
prominent local druggist. it. They can destroy it:* beneficiary -03 high as the business societies I campaigning for the Irish I 1 I

wage and profiUhhanngr, squeezes the will warrant; and any business that I
last. dollar out of the public, the pro is serving the world and is efficiently I am patriotic ta ger. I have I j
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 IDodioll' duct and the vvorklngman, and reduce managed will warrant it. There smiled upon the president of the i

it to the plight of oth>r business:! concerns ought to be profit-sharing too, that first national bank and hung a tag j
Liver Tone i i. personally Take a spoonful at tight/ and wake his lapel to receive for '
which ore run on these low principles each man may be a partner and not on neat my
I', guaranteed by every Jruggitt who up feeling fine, no bilioeune, sick merely! a "hand'' pains six l'ents-the extent of his I

MiLl it. A large bottle coat but a headache, acid< stomach or contipated Their motive may be the personal But it is not the boss who makes pocket; I have, by sheer weight of I on "'Bayer Table" of

few cent, and if it f ml* to give eaayreliof bowel*. It do an't gripe or came inconvenience greed of the jpeculator, or thpy may high wages; it is the men. If the boss logic and oratory, extracted from a Ia package," containing Ajpina""Bayer t

in every coae of liter aluggUhneu all the next day Lke rlo- wish to change the policy of a busines stands in the way of men getting what shoe clerk the dollar that was to directions for II a
J and coiut:pation, have only lent calomel. Take a doia of calomel whose example is embarrassing to they earn, he is not fit to be boS!. The have been transformed that evening I N u lgia, Lumbago, Anel Rh'umatiMa.
you today and tomorrow you will feel employer a who do not want to do day has coma when such a man will into roses for little :Mamie, and I Nadl. Bayer" means genuine Ajpiria
to jk for
>> your money back weak, lick and oaiueated.< Don't loea what is right by their employes. not be able to keep workmen in his from the porter at thestation have I prescribed,.. br physician for nlneteem
Dodrfont Liver Tone U pleaianttajtmg separated the nickel tip he received yea Iiad/ tin box* of 12 tablet*
work Take
a day'a I Oodon'* Lirer But how gain control ?- that is the shop. ", few C'BUP'"n >1.e. trade mark
purely vegetable remedy, Tone iiut ad and f..l l da, full ol{ spoculotor's problem One of the Once the boss picked out his men. from the traveling man from Omaha, I .f .*'" Msnufactur of Monoa tio-


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; kBEA -EM(> COLLISION: ; pounds! of euuar.: Canned good of Williams, Saturday and Sunday 1.

I EMilNKKK 1 IS KILLED( every description. %\ as scattered over H. :M. Dennison, of Raiford visitedhis \

-- the i i landscape all around the twistedmass sister. Mrs J. I. Waters duringthe ;

( I HY.-TA1.:: SI'IU'IGPEe.: : :: I 4- of curs. The remainder,! of the week-end. '

thirteen carnut included. in the Tommie Crawford W\I. a bi jne! "
(.'" ,'h' 'Il'' -- "ii the putt* of n tlutt'hi -
end Sen- l hulf.dutl'lI: totally destroyed; were so visitor to Lake Butler Friday.
of oxtrn
man c i' rear
bUll i j'', K'INo'. : 7iJ! running from badly; smashed that the good will B. E. Brown made a business trip
have tn In1 reshipped,, in ether tors.
1'liint ' to. Jock, on\'iII, or the - -. to Saturday.How

fmhi f Ki'irmeer: U. U. Lordii.i ,
,, pIlot, 'I eight :1:11.: i;:55:;:; from I Spain Got Name.

Tanip.iduiiKt : "> Jack'tinville, to see the j Miller, Pec. 12.-H. E;. Brown made Spat n. iM.Miu'iiiK'li'ully. nieiint! Hub- /

,rlife signal i cost. the engineer, his n business trip to Lake Butler last hit Peninsula The word It 1 accordIng /

/ '. i-nl! I the derailing of thirteen week to good; iiiiiliurlr.v.; ,Il'rlfrom! ,

i'I Ioadld, !l boars, and resulted! in the weekend the I'llnkImfiiii'itilitilt. Tills aal-
Stokes the
1 i Miss, Lottie spent'
total ili-tnution of some, half dozen I' with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. UlI/I 1 IIIIH 111"111'1')' tiumeriina In the

' :ii, earn, and the engine of :No.: (!:3G:;[ in a country often destroying whole
,' I : L. Stokes, of Lake Butl..r..T. .
} ton i -end collision shortly before 1 o'- 1\1. crop' African ferrets were! kept' to
| . K. :McLeodus a business visi1 i.
clock this morning, ut the, top of af' (]rl\'(. the iinltiiiiM nut of tlu'lr hole.
tor to Hiph Saturday.
1 Springs
hill -.>nn- two miles north of this We find the rnliMt. nfteu rt'S'I'e'WUt' >t4 ; ,1J
)i' Olson Thomas' visited friends near ,
I nlil. coins! ,
tow nFile. I ou
Lake) Butler Saturday evening. .. +
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ti bioke. nit ill the tangledwreckage !; I Furmun Stokes made a business trip / j
' anc Arlo
: almost. immediately; fol.II1Il i to Dukes Saturday.

low the Mulish and Engineer Lord I
' | n.tlnd :Mrs. ,1. T. /iuriu: wisltod, I 1FYt6Jaoldwutrir.'fi, l''yar ,, s(
wt Iiiiiiu-il! tu death while rescue I t
:i at Kaiford<1 Saturday and, Sundn.\
wi"''1'1'0.' within u few feet of him r

f h.I -.I. to hio groan and tltI.oto i Denzil' Thomas visited hi- --1-t"I. CAMELSI11't'lh" nu,si i I. i I., sh "I- '. ,r si\ IC% 01).,,irrtto you
f i :MrV.. !M. Thomas. uf Haifoul.: Sunday '
tv ,II. .a Him So rapidly did the 7 C am","ar..o Id..v..r)'. PI1I.I/\\( ) \ il!?'iu s mot bunch,

.:\: fin i I"i i- ,i.l aid -0 "I'mpl" was ,../,,,,c in *cttntificallvefltVcpAcAdiJ' then huv soiiu' C,uiu 'K, !.: \, I il I ni nt 'tusir-ti'st and known

"'. th' ifini "r'i bone) beneath the5i' Sei'ber Stokes and
(( of ; first prize. winners' in} tin |pig i dill nI 91( cgarerreeurrrupnrA-
wnil" ),air,,< -if his engine the curs I anil in Inanher ckli htful \\a\s Camels art tn a
test returned homo Salni..t\.| h', . ., ages (Inn cj/rrrfr)
tl I
) gi' .,IM'finit, wlmh 1 had piled over him in a cIa s byCamels tieni.r lve''' :
Kta9 < r-
. !tlii' tin,. i blind: body was not reiiici Gaiitffivillv i, Where they nail In. i i'i .r, t I/ covrrrii carton in-fntp IV> _

( .J| until near noon to-day. Then tending! the .short >'niii.'-i' ,.t': tin I I.n, ; reccmmt-nrf un an expert Mend] of choice Turkish and l'hoil

( ,'ui ,. Ili)u? wa .s firing for Lord 1 versity.. -'. I thl'ronl'.a ".ntor the Domestic! b aeeos. 1'Ol.11 not only I prefei this I blend to I lero

jiniip-- -I ft 'in, the cab, just before the | Carl Crown:: and Eailo )I'i'" pi fLuke I /><>nir n.(flee *upifyOr kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the

snui 'i nd! ,rnr'' nPI'I with hip life, ulthi Butler. spent the week-end u rt't ti : Printing' Safeguards when -\ Il travel! remarkable luIl-bodieil-miU.ness and smooth refreshing

""null: '-et",'rely liiui-i'd, by; the fall. ;i homefolk. \\t R. J. Reynolds futtAccoCo.Wnnton.S.lrro. flavor. tt Provides! Camels arc? a arl'tt revelation !

('ondmtni' A K. I'nlnier and the train The ninny' friends' of :\11'nola 11<1 Your MoneyProtect i I \ N. C. Camels c
win r
in so !
('rt.w of> Nu: : I u;"i,;> escaped, uninjured. Thomas will be Rind; to learn that hi )/ you many new way They not onlypermit

The fact tint the wreckage is \ J'OI to smoktibral.y without tiring your
is recovering( from her illness your cash not only taste but leave
} gi". ped! within the space cf about I|I :Mr. nn,111'11.: .7. J. Waters visitedthe with. bolts and bars and banks 11' unpleasant cifiarctty uftt-i taste. or unpleasant

one-hixlf of a (city block it i i. said letter's parents, Mr. and :Mrillennnon '''. but with businesslike! printed cigaretty odor '

coiroboratt". the belief that the, second of :New: 7 ion, Saturday, and forms and records for every \ Compare Camels with i'
transaction you undertake.We any cigarettein
tram wo running at a good! clip I Sunday.

when it piled! into the caboose of :No.: :1 Palter= William! of Jacksonville! can show you a paper- ' 'r the world Came at any price YOI'prfer /

7(1('J. Engineer Pittman was pilotingthe I i i visited hii parents, :Mr. and :Jlrs. J. F. 4 c' ,\ quality to premiums :

lead. train and! C. i P. Coulter was @ --, r. coupons or gifts wt

the conductor. For sometime the engineer i I CIFIIK'S n" \\=(''' l. STATEMENT! OF .

been having trouble be. rot'STn'1o1l11' Paper-that betrays erasure
had I Ii1o
Monthly flnnnrial fttiitrnirnt' of nradford and prevents fraudulent alteration -
cause. of the injector sticking, and Count) for the month of November 1110 of your checks,not....

allowing the hot water, to run back ftrneral Fund drafts and receipts.
Halnncr !Vm 1. 1910 _ _ _ __h.. ._. aln.n!
into, the tank. After leaving Crystal Receipts'|. during month __ .._ _._ ___. 8Hfi.21 For letterheads and general

'1''I' Springs the train had climbed totill' Warrimm lunui'd __ _. _. ___ ._ 7117.2fl printed forms we use and

top of the hill and wa halted Palancr Dee Fine I I.and 11111 Forfrilnre_- ___ _--Fund-_._ --. 4(18( OH recommend standard paper ,

while taking water and getting up Ilalnncr Nov 1. Kill! _. __ ._____._20(12.71( J:
steam. Neither, of the trains were Receipt adurlnif month __ ______._.__10(6.07 .1.1.t
nrrnnta fuBitrd. _.._. _ h.. __. 64187 Ii)
running on schedule: as they were /Knlnnce P.... I. 10111 . . __ _. .-.3450.110\ ;:
loaded with perishables, both having Road Fond that we know will give you

Halnnce Nov. 1. Idl'l\ _0_____ ____ .-. 4827RcrripUi satisfaction.
the right-of-way over everything except during. month __________._.. . - - . -

passenger trains. Warrants fnnui'il ____ .____....,.__.... I Ia

The track has been, closed to traffic Hnlancr D..C.1.Drafnave ll'llt _.Fund--____.. 4IS.27 Unlnnrp p<*. I.Dlntrlct 11119 _No._ __.21_.____._._ fta.s I tn IW

all day, but was cleared in time for Biitnncr Nov. 1. lill!> ____ . .- ____..__ 11H.00Kiciiita Rnllnnce Ni.v L II1In ___ __ _... .__n.. SO"Ilwipts a __
train No. 22, which leaves' Tampa at during month ___...__._.... during month _.____.._.____ 20.110
, \Varrantn Issued __ __ . ...._......_.
- WMrrant 1..11..1 _ _____ ..________ 23,40
9 p. m., to pass. During!; the day Knlancr} Di*. I. 1919 __ _. ___0____ IIS.HO\ Tlnlnncp IiiK 1. IWIB __ .__. . ___ 18$ NonhraM i b accompanied by a eortl
trains north have been routed from I Oul .tandln( Fund Dlntrirt No..n 22 of Qunrlvr N.rth'.t Quarter, and tout,, Cash 1..0 ch..k fur R |' rent of the par of

Ralitnrr Nov. 1. lulll ___ __ .. ._ ____ 3782(1Ri'Crlpta Unlnncr Nov. 1. 11U9 __ ____.._ ____._ S *1RfCcipU End Half ofViat Half of Northwral Quarter A. Z ADKINS.I I" Ironic bid for.
Plant City via the A. C. L. during. month n_ __ ______._ during month _.__.___... "f Northiant Quarter Feet Half of Wrettnlf I ADKINS SpiTial Master.Complninttnt'ri Raid tHinda to be .delivered to the purchueron

i Train No. 2 carried the, body of i Warranta Iwllrd .n.__...__.-__.._... U'arrant* lr.i.m.l __ -. __ ____ ._.___-. 17.!& ) of NorthcBKt QunrtrT of Siiulhinnt Quar Solicitor, 12-6 to 1.2.MASTER'S January, lrlh. 1920.
engineer Lord to Jacksonville his. Balance Dec 1. 1111\1\ .u_ ___ __ .___ 176.2! Ilnlnncv Dee I. 1-H9\ __ ____ ____..__. 1'22Iti.tHft for, of Fretilin 11 : Went Half of SouthwriitMmirUr The right to reject any or all hrrrbyIn
December Gth, 1919. of Norlhwevt Quart. Went half rmirttd.

home Engine No. 65, which was Prailford County, Tlnlnnre Nov. 1. IOTA _No._. ___23____.. ___. 130.93R'TpfptH rf Northwift Ounrtrr of SouthwrHt 1 t/uartrr.Northwest 8AIBt'ndtr HOARD OF BOND TRI1STTK8
dead said State nf Florida. ijunrtrr/ of Southeast Quarter of and hy virtue of n final Terrte ofTortcltHim I I FOR RI'rriM: ROAD AND
driven by the pilot, is by luring month' ... ......... .
the I hereby certify that the foregoing ntntrmrnt Wnrrnnt Imuvil . _ _n__ ______... 17.OOPBlnncc .rlmn 12 : all In Township 6 South Range mule and remit n-d l I.y Hon J. T. 1 KltllX'.K: PISTKICT NO. ONE.
been of
railroad men to have ono of the rrcripta and dmlnmirmrntit of the flee 1 I'll'l __ . _ . ._ ..._ 121 *3lUntrirt 2Exst. Wiliti .tiithse nf the Circuit. Court nf Hll\I>rOKI) COUNTY. H.OU1PA -
handsomest, engines in the Seaboard fundii of Prndford County for the month ofNo"mln No. 24 W..I rri-FR. r.ivhth.: Judinnl, Circuit in nod for 'lo'I'IR'1 .

service Florida. The had .r. 1'ilfl.\ in trui. and cornet to the Ttnlanco Nov. 1. 1111! . __ __.___..._. 128.V> Sheriff KrailTor'l. Cnuntv. ( .."IV. in (iinnc-iry alttinir, in (lint' By E S MATTHEWS.
in engine! IM st of my knowledge. anti tM>lipf. \ n.Tt>iptn during month ..__________.. 1.r.: to1 Susie ..f.r.IA.. "IHIIM> whereto I1. H Parker K 1'arker and ..1r.D.tru' .
been used regularly in the passenger \\'. T. WEFKS \Varrnnt IHHIUN) - . .. ..____ ____ 62\ It O t/mln. ndinitilHtrntorn, . of Ihr t ,'.'nt. ,I .
Service! being driven, by Engineer (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court Ilnlanrr. PIT 1. 1 11111 __ __ _____ 120.97Dlutrirt of I I 1'nrki, dt n "., il ucn' eiiniiilniniintx, ,
| -- -- DEED
Itrndford County / OKIlFK .' l pt'nUrATI'I' und. I C, N. Shaw and 'I hi ntlncia Shaw, hi> ': K: C.Arll I"TIC' FOR TAX
No. 2%
, Pfl.ifer.ho expended considerablemoney Bnlnncp No1. JlI\9\ __ _n__ ___ ___ 2!.1Tfirnlntu I In' (limit Courl(11. Stntc .>f rlarxln FitrhthJuilfeint wife, wi're ill ft.niliintH, I.I the until mi lanai "wSptr : (' f7 (OP TiE
machine and !
decorating hTATrMFNT: COI'NTV SCIIOOL.IL' Iiirlnir month' ._............ County S\irn' .
it I ND 8 \\'iirrnnttHHiifil, ___ _____ __._ ____ 11.ftffnnlnnr wry hi'fon the .oiirt 11..11-- f>oor SlnrlicHrmlford '. I| Notlci ,m h"'hv KlM'n tinted ncy.luurhNMr
. keeping in "r"tlt..mdl.ion. Clank' L Vndprhlll.Com'Inlnnnt County Florl.ln, between the legal' of lax errllllrHliNo)( ::r..
j I
CoInh'un' nh'n'I' Innnrial( statementI > Pi*. I mill . _ 10.6t
n. :; I I the nth day of Jan II hi. 1.1! day of A. D I'I7.! had filed
The, flame which destroyed 'thl'WI"'klllt" I i'f nunM -rhool funds for thi, month if Iistdrt No. 2ATtnlancc h..r of mile on Monday I C I.I"'r. .
burned several thousand! :N.; ."imL..r I I"" !10. Nov 1. IBifl _ .__ _________ 118,21 r. I miry, A 1 tit JO, tin1 mimt, ,.iiiK n legal' ...Ir ..1.1 nrtillinti In my nirici< and. him condo, .plilirntion .
John A. rwihm, ft al.) day, huthiht nntl ht Kt 'bidder. the f"H"winr f", tin dud. I li> ,IKHUI ncc."IRnc.
denernl School FundPnlnncr f',r.>it>tt. during month ._______...... .
Nov. ._. Tu>f t>n 1 I. llil"\ \ 2",0" \\arrnnt issued. _n_ ._____ ____ 1ft! ,40Iliilnnc. 'rl., .. I ..
Cured In 6 to 14 Tticiii.tK, iluilnir month __ .. 1017H 1"> .. I"-.. I. KiKl _ __ ___ 7(181Dintrlrt ( n npi'tftrinv linTiilnit, ( RI'I".n.1 i to the <'ounly. I 1'1"11." tt> ""dtins I lowing suited. 'rty. .,1.,1 In Ilrad
Piles Days warrantissu1 __ 1101(1.01O" Vi>. 27 hi IU.,iI in On abase Htiiti'il e"",, that John I pin .n'' IIIHI *MX' l, HI, v'u', Ml'. ford dimity' I'torldn. h, wit :
Druggists: u- u 'hr..rP If PAZO OINTMENT fnllitu inliiift pit I 1 'II"" H.ltmPintrirt : Tlalnncp N..\.. I. 1IMII __ ._ ._ _. __ ._ 410 I Rohm the tUr. ..nilnnt herein( nnmrd in a Fiiihtei: 'I IHi' Townnhlp Seven ?r. ".Ih. I l)I North Iliilf of 1 SoulbwiBt, Jiinrlrr' ,of Smith-.
cure Itthinit. or Pmtroiliml; ; Pllt iItiHtanti No. 1 T7i>rnlntfl, rlitrtnir month ._..___._...._ mm-i4>nlft.'nt nf the Stiiliif Horidti nn ICniure 'I'went\ 'ijni I.:nxt 1 'th<' vnnn I k' l o< cold! '|i iIIK I w'rt t""r''r. linn 'I \. Hie M. 1 p 7. S R

: ) rulii'vis I Itching' Piles. and you can ifTI Pnlancr Nov. 1. mm ._u.. _. 174 R7Bixclptn \Varrant0 1.,1, __- ._u____.____...__ IH H. nttlttftit' t'f ((1(12( !' t.yric, A"I., Fnittllnfl : thr prop*'rl >' of t' N Shim mil I 'Tht oilonnMluiM "0 F. .. ,
'atful sleep after th btstutwlkntmu. Yrs..ldYou durinir. ( month ......_....... ttit nee 11..P. 1 101(1( _- _ . 4.80 : , I'ltlHlnirtI't, 'nnny I\nnin, mil In over hm wife| I. ...ti.fy nnd ,pay Mild Final '1. mild' Innil bring mumui, "il at the date
\Varrantn )Iniuiil u __.__ ___-_._-.. 1Z.DO flu t rlrt No. S* th<> mgr of twi'niywtni* ,.".... it IH therefore n..I'.r" > '. Frs I and. Cott t.. TernmtCiuh of the Issuance of ."." rtilH'alo In the name
Pnlanci' Pic I. 7110 ... -. .. J l. 7Pintrirt rtnlltncf NON 1. Iftln -.... 132.611 nrtlc.nil. t thnt std n.n-n..ftftli'nt' defendant hi i nf Unknown.
No. 2 ttneplC,| ) during month _----..... coil' in her* hy riNinlrcrl: t in npprnr| ]> : to tht hill' A, Z. ADKINS. I Unban sail crrt.flrnli'K, shall ne ndi't'mednrrorilinv .
Bnlancr Nov. I. 11111' _ __ __ __-___._ 4331 Warrant IHKIM-I! ._ ._ - U COKnlanrr of complaint hli 1 ><) tn .add! cuiiHt, nn or :hcfnr: I IJ""y I 1.1 I C itItKINS I S..I.I Master.Comptamnnt'i to Inw. tnt dried. will Issue thereonI
Do 'ore'ork, '- P, criptn ilur'not. month .________.._.. I'ic I. KM'I . _..._ . 117,nnDlntnrt the nth lny of ..Innnnry A, I. 1120. Solicitor ).f to 12. I lSIIFIUrF'S on I hi. slit day of PIM-I'nilii r. A. D. 1019.I .
You are ambitious and AVnrrantn (.surd _ _ __ _____ ____.__ 4 (SO No. 29 ." the nlli>yiitif>nH of Htiii) hill wi +- I' Wlln<.iw my official alimaturi' and oral this
more you fet more T'lilnnciIl. ,.c I. 1910 _. ._ . _. .__ 3d.HIDlntrlrt rtalfinec Nov. I. 110111( 1 2(1( ,B2Rf taken IIH oo rif(.! ..<| hy said ilofi'mliint 8AIE I the &th dm if. November A. P 1019.
: enjoyment out of everything when your Vo. ,. _._ It IM further onlcrixl thnt thii order hvpuhllHbi W. T. WEEKS.iPHAt. :
3 >r !ptH durinir month -.__._ Hen.,by IH irl\en thnt) I I. W .1. FppiTfton '
blood is in guod condition. Impurities in Balance Nov . (I tnci n week for live conHtoutiv n'iO' Clerk. c'
I. 111111 1 .n . 611.4P arrnntii IPKUIM! 7.f<" nf Hrndfortl County. Stale of ) .
I the blood have a very depressing effei on Tticilptn: during lh .. T'nlnnc.-<* I. KM*) __ .. 17.1'! weeks ,m the. Krmlfonl. Count Tt Ii trrnph. a "1'koridn.I Sh'riI and hyirtun of Ihnt rirtam I I i nv R A. WEEKS
Wnrrnntu Inmird.1m". :.::.:: :::: n'w'r'n'r in Kfittl nnintv and ..intr.This .
. the system causing weakness laziness - 7RO1 111.1 ri.1) Vi>. 10Tlalnnco "lhlh.,1 writ f exeeulion i mnd out of and under the '.7. Pipuly Clp.1
, nervousness and sickness. Oirnlrhft Pre I. 1019 .. _n__.___ g.64IHnlrirt No1.. 19111' _._.. 5965ifrreints 201. M'tf' Mini! of. the rtrnuit Court of Mrndfor CminlvInti I' i iI
No. 4 during. month _.... ... W. T. WFCKS. .
"( of iitfninnt II A. Slinvt, Imdug Jinlvi.a court of Bradford
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC Bnlanrr Nov 1. 1"1 _._____......_._ 101.fl Unrrant. Inmi4, R' ( li.rliln
restores Energy and itality by Purifying Brrriptn ilur''nu month ____.......... TtAlanCf P..-. 1 1010 .... UH.OUPi. (SEAL) fty' 1C. A. YUKK.S.iNpllty: : C. Itoliert, ami I darn the Rth ouiity of Chnrh'a P. 1.
In Itw lntnle:
1 and Enriching the Blood. When feel Warrant Inniind _. _____ __..___..__.. 7.n2: .I rlrt No. 31 Clirk. of I A. O ''Rl", otfcr for role ("on. l i :
, you Piilnnci Pic __ __ A. V. ONO and .1 E. rTTrilSolicitor 1'19. 1,1 .niii'd
I 11111 _ .. Mil) : nniimco NOV 1. inii! ._ Mill]} tlu 1 1..1 tor Notice ; ;
its strengthening invigorating effect .n" h.I.r
MB I flhtrlrl Vo. 5i P, reel ,I'urin m.nthW'nrmnts fur t'omi'liunnnl lj-5 1-J i .
- rash thrrefnr nt the murthmine | in the .
, how it brings color to the cheeks and how i Bnlnncr !Vox 1. loin _._. ._ ________n 91U'linnntn : I..IWITtnlxnce ..._ -.- Town of Stnrki.. Gale,,'rhirhlnon To nil enditora. 'Iriratria.' illitrlhutcra. unit
it improves the appetite you will then I U. r"lpt. d..rin". month ._____.____.._ Pee I Iftln _ .. -.. 7.3I> "OTHF Monday' RAP the unmoninv nil r'iTfiin h.inl clnitna or demands KKainat
appreciate its true tome volue.OROVE'S I limn-d __ . ._ .___..... a.ftl) l> rrlr ..h. I 11119.( ,, re"1 State of Floriiln.tiurhth \ n 1 It'unl.I"nu"r. .* of aid 1120.Cohn, dnrinthi unlit mints :
I Tlnlnnii, Pre, I 1019.-- ._- ....__-... '..11I RR'0flFOflfl Cnt"e'rv.ST1TF : Juitlcliit rirnit. Rust Snf Ii. "I! boom of sole. the following personal Von. and, i ar1. if you, anhm. .,hy ".In.o,
TASTELESS Chill TO*1C I pi.lrirt Vo. 6 : or FioniiiA r.utv. In (hR""r. "liropi'rty, llrndford County. Ilnrliln.) to-wit : and riipilrrd. Ii |I".iiainl any claims d.
; is not a patent medicine it Is simply) Balance Nnv 1. 1 l0| .- --------..--- 11341 1 !", r'Is't cii-tlfy l hat the fnrmolnir ntat. F f r.onir ': Ahout one. IhoiiHnnd hiuin. hnrnpem, monde which y. n or rtthir of you may have
r IRON:' and QUININE; suspended In Syrup I Pr-lpt ilur.nir'. month ___ _______n m<.nt of the 'Mtr.>iptM unit niHlninf>nif>ntx of Comitlainnnt. I W .I "KI-l'KKSnV: i!I nitamiit' thr nitrite of n..rh. I'. ('R..n. deiiinid -
, So |. \\ "rrnnti 1".1| _ ._ _ ._ 111.1 'thi rtiniln i>t flrinlforil County for thr month VI. 9 4riff' <..untv' s' iit or r lull' of Hrndford ( .",,1,. Florida, to
pleasant even children. like it. The Piillinrr. flee 1 1. 101" _._n.u_____ 61.2ft if' Vfi\iml r. I'M'1" ,U Ira' unil ."r..'," to thiH \I.. I I HUPP. Jr. ct al. 1 to 1-2 ..M'rl Flnrlda. 'Ihi* umli,niikrniil adintniNtratlit of anlit ....tuitbin .
blixxi needs Quinine tu Purify it and IRON: 1 Pintriit S... 7 ,.t (if mv "] nf u Ii.tliff sad l>*f fh'fvmlnnt I 12-r two yinrn from the ilntit, hrrrof.Pntd ',.a
to Enrich: it. These reliable tonic prep-' ( Biilnnrr No1. 1010 - - .-- .-._. -. 11I21: F.. ii r-nppiot.r., It flipnrinir hv nfTi lnit, nppinilc l to the ---- ------- Member M. A. U. 191*. I
I It S' S \t F e,
, erties never fail to drive nut impurities in Wiurnntii Pioiot: : : ) durinir l;ccued month ..: -:::-.- :.: **ur" 'rint,' ,-=.r fiihlir 1".1.STE.r's trtirtionl hill nii'd in the nhm Htntod. eniiKt thnt tho H..... ..V C't"'S'O'notice( I. irlv,'n thnt until and' hy Colt.. CASOV.'i I
18BO fit lit twin l drfendnnte 'C. An A'Jminlittrntix of mid ICett.
rr.ldnntu| !'i.
+ the blond - -- tr "am nt non-
" virtue of that rtnln dirni nf partition en-
Iliilnncr' flue. ci
1 1. 11110 .._____ 1514.88
I' of 'the SiHtt- of Floriiln' l tint .
.nd rviinoe-- tired In the ( Court for O.inly
The f'o '
Strenuth-Creatinii Power of GROVES Pi.lrirt 1,1 /rno".1
No. 8 .
TASTELESS: : Chill 10MC 1 has made .t Pnlnnrr Nnv. 1 1. lil't - -. .- --- -- 91(9 \ % KVntici t I'"II i.I.c.r rrwhlrnrr l artnn.: 'In F :Mc-lnhnr-l: I.wtt': State of In ('hRn. r.n ,. 22no OF PltdlAKGK '
I R..I.I. daring' month ___ . __._ ._. I IN hereby. trhpn that under nn.l lv Iov M.I"h.,1 nn ilnv of Novemlx' A, t>, I'M". In an iirtii.n / FIN\ 4 j.j.OTIC
the favorite tonic thousands "f liunxs I htm inrfm .under the Two rnootlm l .r"- hereof I will "
in doing partition therein 'ndmir, wherein .S II. Wodnrd .
Wnrmnln Innurd" . . ____ __ ._ 9.90 rtiif of a final <(>'rric of fortrlomir mrt ln PI 7' .
: More than thirty-hve years aA!!< f,,,,*.. Balance ft.,.. I 1919 __ ___ ..._. HI.69 end .rendered| r",r.rnl...r Ird A. It 1 1111"! | hvHoniirahlr name and nlyh .f If 1 M"lnhR.1 & ,s rnrnplfilnnnt. and t. N Holiter and i ot myourhira and and account ti> the clItrndford '
nit* n'rt't.mb of the City of Snvarinnh. in theSlat' linn ti.A.; (:Cnrdmrr County Judge
would ride n long/ distance to Met (;1 l'<0\ I L::.> 1'I.tri.10.( : ; 9- Inn TMII. jmlirp of thi- rirrultrmirt of ftifirKirtIa4ii wife. Ik,. II.II'r. rah AilkinN and huphttml county r and auk 'or my A* -
Balance Nov I . __._ of ltrnilfor'1 County. Ftridx. In Chan- II. A. Je.e'pbine, and<| l.rlll. I .
TASTELESS 1. lolo A.'ln" I'v
Chill TONIC: when 902"Ri ,
u hh. | (ithvn. luaar Oihcn nod Aaron Cuhi'n. himhiiml. .Jnmi (., ... toil) dinrhariii) n almll.trRI. of the Mt>.
member of their family had Malunu 1'1' W.rnnts:ei durinir month ....-:.-...... fry Itnnk sitting a ri.ritorntlon In fnvnr and of' avamnt the Fnwtcy N l. Rtat Pa- cr.pnrtnen, dofnir) him, I net*. under the firm rail .,r... Addit. Ifolili" 'r'Y .n.I'r 1.hB,1. ,I ., and uf A Pyal.' d..c..d.

needed a body-buildmii. streiiiHli-Kivind. Bnlnner fl, .t..nrd t 1010 _ _u___.. 1111.811l'I.'rlrt UO vie nnil. Villa "'.vi.. his wife. ilifnnilnntiithi . nnm.' nn"of.lyl.thr of( J.c..1, Cohen I So .th.I.n. .. wif,. Monnre' Ilnldrr, nn ifefendnnfM.,1. the 'r Ms JMh ilny of Mrptrmlirr TOM. IIII. ,. ';,
,.i.'nt I..1..h.r" imli' ) will otTer forwale
rMiirned inmmliwiom
tome. The formula is just the same' today Ni>. In unilrnlirni'! will ntri>r for naif on Monlla ., Virginia 'I HH .2Amthfi, AdmlniMtrtor.NOTHF .
ami 1from Pnliincr N'm |I. 11119 __ ._ _ _. ". Tnnnarv r.. A n l 111211.!! to the hli/h..1 end I .r at the front door of the courtliiume( in
drug 1117(11(
you can net any \ H"r A V\ytr| Adnm E Wyh and Arthur ,
hr" Miarke. Oral font ( Finr.1s.
INci-lnta daring .. _...___. liliilir| for rafh ln. fnllnwlnv d.IIN'.I| ."nlv. .. Mondny.the .
month ___
store. 60c< bottleRENEWED Wylrr. en*tiertnen tinder the Annmime .
per Warrnntn IR"" .. Hittmtfil. In Ilrnfltoril Cnuntv Fir' .rlftnto.ult I (fifth ihty. .fjintiary/ It!". the ,"">> hein -
Itnlancr flee. -- - - ::-- --- 1ft:An : und Htvle of "vl'r, Aekvrland A. Com- n N,iral, pales' tiny of ...hl| rourt. ,durinir the : TO liHiroill AM CIJrITORI -
I .
Into I miniPlKtrlrt finny Htfriiihli nt City of (' All pi'r-oim to the 1
The WIM I Ifnlf "r the !ltOlJlhw.1 Qimrtirof "ncl"n..l. l.wnt hourn of Hale. nod will ., to the hlvhtt 1.1.,1".1
No. |II ,1 I'yal ialr of .. den'airil
'h SI." .r Ohio and ( hitMi' for rash fo|. 1.o..1 c".nIY. 1"I.rl.I. >
Balance Nov. I I. 1919 ...._._. .__..... lid.44 thiNorthxiut Ounrtir *ni| the Si.itlhiaKtQiiartor the until| .".f' ., the ape ",nut. ) in hand the are .." I. pay their mid iluht
TESTIMONY I T'i.rilr durinir month .. .. ...... ut thi- Nnrthwrst Oimrtor or F.ot .v. lowing .rl.,1 r..1 mtnte lying In,1 INI."
--- "r twenty-tine yin m. nnl' that there in no |>*>. r"rthwlh. and .1 I".n. hay In. el.l. 'J
Itrnd lorldii
7Vurmntpu, d. . ..: .. .. 1l7n 211. 2)... 23., 27, 2k 29. 12 unit 13. of 1 jWtlon non in the State of Florida' the nervier of niihr 1..1.uthwent) to-wit . ,"." .hnl file, the name, duly( I
irinninif Corner of North
Pnlnncr tar 1 IO10 . __ ___ 974 NH n itm |In Townnhln Five Cii Snth.flf >m'TIH Chad) would' html, the iai ufMin went Quarter of Jknahenat of n.lh.ntlcnh'.1 r
- l.l.trirt( Vn. 12 HfinH Twfnty.two 22F..t.. eontninlmr either ulr"'r 1..lon ( from hereof .P, ...
or of themIt "RI. one y ar ortin
I Ralnncr Nov t. 19I'I _-_....-.__..... 191.08 One Hiinilrf-if. Arrn mo,.. or true a* mooned In Ih.r..r. that no Id Mn-.I. rhirty-Mix. In Towmthifi fd'v*'n ..h. l..n" v wlhln fnrii. barred.'rh. t. 4..1. '
Nti onin -S'tirKiwho suffers backache I Wrcrlptn, ditrlnif month ._ .n_ _..... and platti-il'. uimn thp public .n'mnlii. of Hral dent d..r'ndnnt. Ird..t nn. herehy. requr.I| 'rwenlylwn FnKt.: feet' run North 2111! 'nth day of Svptrmhrr, 1919. ,1
ford ( ."nt,. florliln. h. i thence Fact Il thenn South 210' fir,
Wai-rnntr .
Is.ned' l - - . d flO. I iipHHr" the I nf complaint nieil t in pall TOM PVMit ., '
hcful.u. !Ii." or distressing urinary hi thence Went fljfl frt to point of .Iteirlnnlnic. -
Pnlancr rice : ::: : : : : A, B CRFWFpcinl .
1 mill . 18441Dlntrlrt POIIHC nn or ,. Monday the r ih day ref.IxnOnry. ,and three .lrsP. I't-'it. A contninintr acre more or
:1-i : 1,111 .fiord: 1 to Ignore this No1 13 Minti-r ,' A I D 1"21" otherwise the allegation ,
A. J, M At Mt7
I Ralaneo Nov 1. HH9 _ __._....... .. 7 M.KINS ,
Miirko man- I.MI I ,'toltl story, It Is -rrlntn durinir I month .. 811-\5 S.dirit. fnr'"m"leinnnt' tS-/S to 1-2 I hy .*, of di'lemlnntuIt Haiti hill .will he taken an confrnried ,1. W ANDKFWS. JR., ')W.1 .'IJ'II';ICATION 'i f
tv 'lIrnll..1 t"1I1I1"nIhdt\ Warrant; ::::: :: ,10 R A. : In ( 'r.. Fltrhthliidicial
no Starker liauid 1 .._ : ..:::: further ordered. that thin onh"r h* nuh- W.KI. 'I"'tt .' I'R' llorlilil."
Huluncr p,,,,. | 1'ilfl __ ._ __ .___ __ '''T'( F ;,2I" l I.J CnmmlKivlonenHUK , Circuit. County In Chan
> r \\i nt ('.III ,ill<, 'ilitv1 tmii/ OF I F.'lip: OF COI'NTV fONVIfTS: Imhi'il on**. a week for fv. .utive wrekain ... l'ao..1 I
Ilintrlrt Ne. II Notice I. hen hv trlvrn that on Mnnilav I the (fradfonl. County a 'J
1 VV Bdl."n. deputy sheriff, Balance Nov J. 1019 ______ _. _...... 2SI41 ,Inrmnrv (r. to-m" the I 10., rf nil|| county ronlt per 'Mihliitheil,, In ..Id iunly T.I"Il."h.. ntateThl n..r.. : (IF l 11)1'| AM= IlKlltf.K lir SMSHI 1 rRED R 8.XT. I I
l''o' it>. Jot! -uv. : 'I 1 used [luau'JKI1lncy Hrcrlnn during month -.. ... > of Brailfonl. rountr will !M> aolil' in frontof Sovvmhi r JJnd A I' loll 'rehy n..t,.* i* i1'( *'n that nt 2 o'.'}1.fir, n Complainant "-'
tl'urrann, Innueil : :: :::: . nUl thp Houth, iliMir of the roiirt hoiu in Stiirkr 'm. Thumdny, the IMh day .f liicimhtr l'iint | VI >
fills about four years ago Italnncr Pre' 1 191" _ __ __ 10717IMnlrirt P'nrl"' ... to the hlvhrat and beet' hlililrr for 'SEAL, Clerk/ rirr'. the county court h..... in Stnrke Flrirt'lft'' \ R JO"SO! I ,;
f r a case of kidney trouble that nn- No. It .nil] fi..nty convletn tlttji-ct to thr IAWH yov By A. WKEK3. .Cur 'the unditnuunitd ..I offer for vain llOu.Onooornr iJefvnilant. I

r >vei| whole lot I truth- Pnlnncr NoI.. 11I'9 _._ ___-._ __._ -_. 13444 rnlnir ffamirioH nf nalii I li'Hitr will runtfhrnuvh \ V Lnxa.Snhcitor. n vnlue of the .rM non On ..r t.,>,.|. to he I npnrarinK by afTldiivft. appended to th"
me a can R,-.lntn durinir month u__.______._ thi' 1112" The bonnl. rmi'rvn 1 for omplainnnt, 12.5.14NuSTER ')inmied by HpiTfnl ( nod Rrl'.. l)ltrctMumlwr ( fllnl ,in the ahote plated calls that A. R )
f... ''v -i\' tint Doan entirely cured< Wnrranu: iuiiilr. ---- - .- 110 M IIIP right to n-jit-t any and all hlilnr One of "Hrndford. County Florida, so.hurrapd Johnnon. the defendant thrrrln named I.! .
m<- i f th.. trouble In a prompt and Bn'ancr' Pre 1 1019 : : ::::::: M19: A KOIIRRTSrhnlrman I \' hy Cheater0'ui.\ ,. UM arnendid hy nnn.udd.'ot of the State of Florida. and hie/ "
III.I Hot -.:... M : A SALE Chapter T'rOI. Law. of Florbi. and. ..
; > ceortlnnee place of rrnldrnee la Feat: ((19 Arllnvton A ]
la tln -: milliner, I felt a great deal Balanre Nov 1. 1019 _._._.__..__--_. 411.811 Attrnt. ffi>aril of County mmlMiiinir) .I I ndor and. by virtue of final T>c,. ..t ,, if ith the renolutionK' of the I"nrl, of n''.... Snrlnvflrlil Ohio and. In over the ace.
R-rilrti' d'irlnir __ _._ f..h..' made rind rendered I.Inn.. J. 'I 1. |ftond Tru.ti of
bettor in (Statement month _._ W T .. en the said l (Mnt rh.t niloiiUil, nf t."t".n" years: It la therefore 0.,1..1
i-\ery way. WHrrant* f.e old ".. ... 2910 V.FEKS, Cl rk. 12-B lo |1.2 Vill I' Judtre, nf the Circuit C....1 nf .'Inrldn. j November ) .1th. l't0 thai Mid reddent difrndant he and
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riven: .\pr.I t 12. 1911 > Balance tier t 1910 : : :.::: 19:4< iirhth: J."r.1.! Cjrr'itt: In nnd for Mradfur'l The said .nl. he Inte"| ,fuly. Nt. hrrrby.. "" ,'rind] to appear to the 1,1 of torn
On H"l7' : H'lSIr.: Ralmlen said I : Dint rlrt( N'o. 17 ""F.Rln"I.F. f'ounty in (han..1 mitmir In that certain i 11119.! and will bean) In Iw.nlv..llht 'UHt' plaint filed. In naid eaunt, on or .ro. Mon
;r; Balance Nov 1 1. 1919 .. ..... entw wh'.ln T It I'urker .t K 1'arker Merlin. the fir- rice j
"I hn\.. hid -- -- SO 17 Ilirchy noiiiii| { rlvxn that I. W .J Fnirrsm. N t > 11 !I" day. thr I.h day Dn-i-mlx-r. Ilild.othirwlnr .
no 'u-Ion to rktn'eKidn' chi l R .
P' iisn P.-rrlnfn an of the
f I .lulnumnnth SthrrllT of Rraiirnril Count.. Slatiof /Q.lnn. "lnl.I'R'n. en !"2J. sod each oiireeedintf orb. to mnturrfine nllination, of laid bill be
': Tills"Inc'. I recommendetl ,"irrnntn Imiuril ___ .: :. _.:::::.:: Florida under end hy vlrtur of that certain( lute nt If C .f'nrker. wre erimrilnlnantn. and\ your Inter than the nerin* ..h.h prveutt. 'taken an ronfrn4! by naiil frndnnt .1
thl rcmedv before I know IJoun'i I nu Inner Dec I.1 1910 _ _. ______ _- M. .7 writ of pxreulion. i.miri. ,1 out of end under I J M (1 Shaw. (r and Kmmn Shaw. his wife. I Iwere It, that in In .n, Irl. A will mnt' to I Diatreto( It he ii-a! of the Circuit Court of 1I."rnoI d.r..nd.nt. I. the unkmigned.| .* Hpe ]lit I'! J2 Series It ..,. July .Ut I't I'Mnnd liii'id f onrr a .,..k for fln< ennHrrtitie week
mad .1 i "Me. In my case I advise Balance Nov 1 I. I9fo! ._.. _.. .._. M.19 ('.."nl, Slat. of Floriila. unit mralnut c c.. clnl. Mest.r. have Ips .lid upon and will nell ... on The .INml t. ht u".r..1" furnl.. ,in the rtrndfor,t ('ounlv 'rfliirrnph, A newapa* '.
anonf -i": ff".rinjt: from kidney com- Pirrtntn diirlnn month _____..__._.n irollanil. and In favor of W' r Taylor d/it.d hi the c "irf h<'ut .1.| x" ,in Stjirke, Rradn, nformald wil hi an rolo.) : lr, |it .,"'.h,1 ',in mid| rounty and ..tale.rh' .
W.rraf tn jiiaunl . ... . _._._... 21.(W 'h. Itth" il,,v of Viivnnilirr, 1'115. will oft/> I rd County, f I..M.IH, |Ntwi en the letral hour ftfMiniMI' of Sept B, f*. I'. R. P N..,. ...'r -th 11)19
flame t' KIW this medicine a tr'nl'' Balance flee 1 1919. _._ . .._..__- 14.C9 for a.le and ai-ll to the hlirhmt ..n.II hidner r "f 'alt "n Monthly' Ih. ith day of Inntinry. (. II I I..1.I K. I I.. M. N O f (J. It M. T. W T WEEKS.ISR11.1 .
Hrlii"i at all dealers, IIon'tslmph Pintrirt( S. 19 for .. .. aoiirthounf door. I \ f> !lOJo the ijime briny K \legal\ ..1.. In,. \nd tiofinon inch of V!, V. W. '. 1' 1X > l Irrk Circuit Court.
Balance Nov. 1. 1919 _._ ._... ..... a.57 In the Ttrwn of ftrail'ord, thhiifhint nml ,tout bidder, the folNiwinir' i\ end Ito \ V I.ONi.ilic .
| i-k for a kidney remetlv--get fftcripta during month ___.. County, < rent ewtnte to-wf The tinid hond .. ,
....... Florida on Monday: January Bin. Icrt, . Inl..1 fl'j per ti r f.r r..n".n.': I
1920. theume
i' ( Doan-i idnpPlItbe, that tvarranta 406 hdnv Half ''S'j. of the 11 fnt (I"CSI> r'* nt pi.r annum semi..nmully m ..
Name .d.duii - """ a level >al.. day of aid I..y.hl. --- -- -- -- --
1 Mr Uaisdcn had : Ralane Div 1. ,::::.:_::::::--- |,fl,7, durtn. the keel hour of nalr. th. follow.nir court. I of 1..1 Nine r'n. and the t"lh .. ', i nf New York or at the office, of th. 11."r"l ,'
Poiiter-Milburn .. Influenza
co. TenI'M \I. Thirteen Cau Trip and
, Ilinlrirt Me. it ( dirr hrd rral rotate I..t acres nn the North I Moml TniMtem in Ktarke, Fe.rdn. a. the "e
Mfr Cuffulo v Y. Balance Nov 1. 1019 .. . _ .. . *4 87 County Florida to-wit nituatrd in nradfonl SUIe, in Seetkn( Seven 7t Township Seven i. mac elief 1MNE Tablet the
iJ'r R.cilpta diirlntr, month ___.___._..... Fa tHalf of 1.h..t: ( ..,,,., T i South fve Twenty. ( .Oi r:n.t the All bhlH( shell W in writing ...1.l d and un LAXATIVE. PROMO Of remove "
w".u.., / of Noel? 'am. i n, tw ...1,1 the property of J M Shaw. .UM. There |I. only one "Dmmo Jiilntae.
_. _ :.120 I < .-> Q.u.r.F..... Ifalf of S-.ith.n--t conditional) '. and may he for nil th. bimlii now .
guaner .Jr? and,! Emma Shaw hut wife, to latmfy ofTervd' or any part thereof not le thanti. C: W (;oVE S <:urr to t. Silk


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;Miss Beadie Croft one of our mond Crosby, who have been visiting. J. P. Gutford, Maitland;\ , came up :' :MORE NEWS AND :MORE1: Fit
I cient teachers' suffered, from a t1Ti-1 relatives here for the past three Sunday afternoon for a few days on :MENTS THAN ANY KLA. ,' IILit:,

,'a.-,- of tonsilitis this week. weeks, returned to their home in business.Mr. .
el :Mr. and :\11'''. It. T. Ostcen", !spent Jacksonville Saturday.E. : and :Mrs E. F. Hardee and children The Florida Times-Liu,,,. ,
I Sunday in Graham with their daughter B. Andreu, Sr., made a visit to of Otter Creek, are spending more news and more ad\"I"I', ,'
County News Items :Mrs J. Surruncy.Re Worthington Sunday morning few days here with her father, Andrew November than printed, by ;u" i f. /:

\ Ridcnour, of Fairbanks. will Do not forget to attend Sunday Sullivan. i I ida newspaper during anyp|", , ,.
__ -=-0- --=-=-.:==--- = preach at the Baptist church Sunday school morning and afternoon next There will be preaching at the month. !
1aac.ruttA facts Gathered During the Week by Our morning and evening. Everybody invited Sunday. Christian church Sunday. .\lIl1ttentl. Tho total space devoted u? i ,.n ,. ,
Regular Correspondents to attend these services --. Mrs. S, B. Woodard and daughter, advertising amounted, to ';,:i h" , '
Rev B. C, Scarborough of Jacksonville LAWTF.YLawtey : the I and included l,20..i!) ,, ,
Miss I"telle.11': (' visitors to umns : i > i II", ,,
the week-end. here with '
spent county. metropolis Tuesday. paid advertising.The .
._ friends. Dec. 12.-:Miss Eltl, edge
Nr -- -- -- J, Jlol'lan; atttndedl'rvictII at Reddish returned home from Jacksonville R. :M. King, of Jacksonville, was Times-Union print ilas I, : clf- .
:Mr. anti :\h.. ", T. Parnh visited. week. than .
(GK.MIAM New Hope Sunday Tuesday after spending several home a few days during last day more news any other ,,c..
relatives, III Brouker" ) last week.' William Posoy, and circulated in this .
;Mr. and 1 :Mrs paper territory.The
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days with11': anl11'11.; Henry
} Ciraham; Dec J li': :Me.r.s.. Ja/ John' I'lirrmh and ;Marcus\ Dekle attended Rev. Woods filled his regular appointment children of Valdosta, Ga., spent a few best informed citizens ufh .

i'eCM Reynolds (') csley'. Fogg./ II. F. Price, a cane /grinding H. E. Par- at Dedan Sunday | nett.Miss: Claudia Terry was u visitor I days with relatives lust week. community read' the Florida Time..
jf'' R. W. Surrency. J. II. Surrency. und ;Monday evening, D. J. Byrd, of Graham, was a visitor
to Starke Saturday.Miss ;Miss Ida Hagan left :Monday morning Union regularly. Although the pr.4of
Jones in Starke ;Monday ,i' B. L. Duke is doing some carpenter here Saturday and attended the '
Percy were
whore she will white has ,
:Masonic : ;Myrtle Sapp came over from for Jacksonville, paper greatly advun (
t" on business work for ;Moss! I Hewitt this week. meeting./ i
Jacksonville Friday, and will spend a the TimesUnion's subscription 1'1\'
fl :Mrs II. B. Wiggins/ and sister Miss :Mrs Iva Sprinkle, the attendance Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, made aprofessional spend some time. "i
few days at the home of her parents, ;Miss Eloise Owsley and brother, is now as l it has been for more thai ,
:Minnie Hodge, were h'I'tIonda; ) |10ITic..r. visited Five ;Mile school :Mon call here Thursday. 1 '
t r Mr. and :Mrs. L. L Sapp.Iiss..s Charlie, were visitors to Hampton on year, $9! per year for daily and s ." .
'y :Mr. and :Mrs. I.. E. Johns' of Jacksonville Dr. Sanborn. of Gainesville, made ,
I day.Messrs. I :\ Leila and Ruby Byrd of Saturday.S. day by mail, $-.50 for .six ...nth-
were guests. of their niece, : Shep Roberts and Will Croft an interesting; talk at the schoolhouse
i :Mrs C. B. .. >Monday; and Tues- were bu..il1s'i..itors. here last week ;Monday morning in the interest of Jacksonville, were guests at the homeof 11. Woodard returned Sunday to If we have no agent i hi: your t.\\,
ue their pllr..nts.11'; and Mrs J. C. Bridgend where he is employed: after a good opening awaits you, if
you n 1
,f day :Mrs.' :Murphy and son, Frank were poultry raising.! lie was accompanied [ <
the latter of last week.Miss .
I D.) J. Byrd made a business. trip to shopping in Worthington one day last by our demonstration agent :Mr. Byrd. part spending the past week here with a hustler.
t s Waldo Tuesday, week.G. Traxler also gave an interesting talk'' ; Nellie Strickland was a visi- his family.W. Send inquiries and subscription- ,

t I Riley Wasdin was in Hampton on I D. Fuircloth Sr., was a business in behalf of the club work. I I tor to Jacksonville Saturday.Henry A. Jones and C. A Youngbloodwere : the Circulation :Manager: the Floi.ia.
t business. Tuesday. visitor here Thursday. :Mrs. J. Morgan: is on the sick list : Burney visitors to Hampton Sunday. Times-Union, ,Jacksonville Fla. aIJ'i
:Messrs.' Schell Byrd, Willard Smith. this week. j and has reponed his barber shop :Mrs. n.1.; King i i.- on the sick list --
which he I left here when he went to
ti :Madison! Thomas. ,\I'thur'ild..I' left I HAMPTON Prof. Chancey spent the week-end in Jacksonville, following his trade there this week. No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll
v Tuesday for Wimlmere where they Alachua with relatives. I I Ed !Smith, of Gllin"l'iIIe.'IIS in children troubled with worm have an unhealthy
!i Dec. 12. L. A. Odum up to the time of his return here.Pastor color which Indicates blond and ,
have accepted a position. Hampton : We failed to make mention in last our burg Sunday afternoon.S. poor u (
i Boyer of the Baptist church there 13 |1"0 stomach dltiturliait
rule more or
;Mrs Klanilo. Maines: and WillieMaines Jnck..onville118. u visitor! to Hamp week's issue of the amount made, up filled his regular appointment here R. Swindvl was among the visitors GxuvE'sTASIBLES':: i .ill TONIC ulven regular,
: of hour t', were. here Tuesday ton :Monday by the school here for the Children's, Sunday. 'I1 to Hampton Saturday I for two or three weeks will enrich the blood
K W.Tuesday.. I''nc1111 in Brooker on II. Warren and l family! who have Home Society, Jacksonville The I!, '\'. 1v. Baisden, of Stake was a prove tho dite.tinn. and act a*a General Strenttt 1
ship- :Miss Lonnie Loadlioltz 1 of Jack"onville. cola.Q Toot; to tit. whole system. Nature will tl 1> ,
been located in the Rawls cottage in nient amounted to 173;; pounds besides ,:' was visiting. friends and relatives bu"iness'i..itor to our little town one I throw off or dispel)the worm,and the Child wi ,
1 II1.1T: n- t turned to his home in the eastern part of town left Tuesday the money given. j near Lawtey this. week. daylast week. in perfect health. Pleasant to take. OOc "er to -r.

\ PItt Cit: Tuesday after a week'svii for BI'OO"I'I''h(>11' ;Mr. Warrenhas Conductor C. A. :Marks of Tampa I Eunice and Cecil Whiteheud visited!
i it here. I opened up a turpentine distillery. was here Saturday, shaking hands. relatives in Jacksonville. last week
.w ;Mrs. Alva Abernathy, of Jackson Their friends here will miss the fam- with his many friends He was accompanied David )Durban Jr., spent a day' or
viliiwas here Tuesday on business.Mr. DEALER CANNOT SUPPLY YOU
ily.We from Starke by R. A. two in Jacksonville last week at the WHEN YOUR HOME
; and :Mrs. Gu l'ltll.ttllId sister are glad to note that :Mrs. H. B. Weeks. ';. home of ;Mr. and ;Mrs. J. B. ;McCul-
Miss Gracie Padgett, of Plant Geiger is. improving in health after u II. C. Surrency left Tuesday, for ley.

I City, are visiting. his parents, .Mr.; serious illness.Evangelist Plant City to visit relatives. |I Mrs II. R. Sapp and grandson: Do Your Holiday Shoppingby
and ;Mrs. Joe Padgett. S. S. Offit is conductinga Pine 11111 lodge No. !II), F. & A. ;M., ]I Pete visited relatives in Jacksonville
:Mrs. Walker and children returnedto series of meetings! at the Christian held l its regular communication Saturday 'I Wednesday.

her. home in Hastings Tuesday, after I church this week and the following officers were James Browning:, of Jacksonville, Mail with a Responsible
v two weeks visit with her mother, I
n J. C. Terrell and family are moving elected: visited relatives near Lawtey last
Mrs. George; Stone I| to Jasper this week. They leave a W. :M., R. T. Osteen.S. week.
'' t' :Mr.. Phillips. Alabama, is visiting I host of friends, who regret to see them W., II. S. Warren. A. A. Smith is serving in U. S. Florida Firm

i his daughter Mrs Frank Aberna Il'IIbut wish them happiness and, J. W., L. W. Sowell. court in Jacksonville again: this week.
thy.Dr. success, in their new home. Treasurer 1'. M. Surcfoot. 1 W. R. Strickland who is employedat
1i1 W. Middlcton; of Starke was. I The people ftf Hampton were madly, Chaplain, I. \\'. I'inholstelSr.\ I a sawmill near Inverness spent the Thousands of Good Suggestions in our Big

( ht.l'p'ctlnesllay on business. I very .sad last Monday e'eninwhen it :Marshal H. C. Surrency.S. week-end with his family.
1, Chesley Fogg/ made a business trip was learned that :Mr. Wiley Jones had D., U. D. Johns i The Ladies Aid 1 of Grace Methodist Store for all AgesBooks
} q to SllII'ke'dl1eday.! passed! to the Great Beyond. He died J. D., D. J. Byrd. I IS. I church will serve dinner at their an-
i :Mr. and :Mrs A. K.: :McKinney, of .at his resilience from a stroke of pa- S., W. S. Nabb. ', nual bazaar in the Edwards buildingnext for Taste
Louise, were here Thursday. !I ralysi.s. being confined to his bed for J. S., A. L. Greene. I I to Thcde-Moore store, on Saturday
'r :Miss J.etFo,1:'" i is very sick at this 1; only a few days before the end. HeI Tyler, J. JI. RaineyOn Dec. 13th. Everybody invited. Stationery in Gift Cabinets

p writing/ I had been for many years. a resident. December 27th at 10 a. m. these' I Dinner, :35: cents Cards
r Fred, Camp of Bellamy, was here '!'of Hampton and Bradford county, wasa officers will be installed. The installution - -.- ..- Monogram Stationery :-: Engraved

Thursday, on business worthw citizen and, highly/ esteemed will be public and, dinner will :; THEKESSA j jTheressn Pictures, Framed and Unframed
The W. (', met here Friday afternoon ''by all who knew him. He leaves to be served in the Masonic Hall A cordial ,,
Office Accessories
with quite a number of members '1 mourn his loss. a wife and three chil- invitation is extended to visiting IVc. 12.: -;Mr. and ;Mrs. J.
1 i present l! ilren. J. V. Jones ;Mrs B. Y. Saxon brethren.M. I.. King were visitors to Palatka last Kodaks, Kodak Supplies
y :Mr. and :Mrs. Karney Dowling, of 'and :Mrs.! O. L. Dyal. We extend : P. :Mathcny spent Sunday in week.Messrs.. !
'! Hampton were here Friday. I sympathy to the bereaved ones.! oUI'1 Starke. S. Woodard and I J. W. Safety Razors ::: Ingersoll Watches !

Leonard Fowler nnd Charlie Kelly, 1 D W. Moore, of Theressa a Ella :Mae Hazen had the misfortuneto Batten made! a business trip over to Thermos Bottles and Specialties
of Brooker were here Friday. visitor. to Hampton :Monday. sprain her arm lust week. Starkc Friday.
Irvin and Lee )Dynl J l were in Ciainesville :j ;\11'. Youngblood, of Theressa was :Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend '' J. McEwen; and daughters, ;Miss-\ Toys Games, Athletic Goods :I

Friday on business! I I shaking hands. with friends in Hampton with her parents. 1 es Dora and Ruth spent Sunday at Fine China Leather, Cut Glass
Bobbie Surrency has returned to his ;Monday.\ ;Mrs L. Morgan; is able to be up Lakeside' with friends.
home' in Tampa after +a few ,days vis- ] J. D. Pry has recently moved his from! an attack of malaria. ;Messrs. Chas. Gillyard, ;Mills Bat- Ivory and Basketry Novelties, Etc. i

it here with his parents. ;Mr. and, ;Mrs family from, Omega, Ga., to the cottage Several attended, services at Dedan h'n.1.; !Hall and wife! had\ business at I
.( n. \\', Surrency. owned by ;Mrs' :Mada :Miller in Sunday. the county seat Saturday.We IF YOU COME: TO JACKSONVILLE BE SURE f

,. I 1).1. Byrd was u business! visitor! to j the eastern. part of town. Eustis Kelly, of New River, was a regret" very much to report AND VISIT US"
Brooker !Saturday. I Rev. Armstrong. of Lake Butler visitor here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ;Mesdames C. A. Youngblood! and H. Y YTN
i Mrs. II. F. Price has returned from will fill his. regular appointment here ;Mutt, of !Hague is visiting relatives E. :Moorer on the sick list. .6 w. g. 45-49
d Jacksonville, after u week's visit. with at the Baptist church Sunday and here this week. :Messrs. W. A. Jones! and II. S. Roebuck
relatives! and friends, ,I I Sunday evening. :Mrs L. A. Brown Is on the sick list were looking! after business interests O
{ ;Messrs. Jesse Alexander, Bill New- -.- this week.E. in Starke Friday. I W. Bay

Rom. and Ranee Johns' of Hampton I SAMPSON: CITY :M. Hazen made a business ,trip W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, spent
e were here Saturday on business I. to Gainesville last week. Saturday night and Sunday here with STATION T0y;BOOK ANO ART STORE. St ,

Willie Price was In Hampton Friday Sampson ''Hams. filled his regular appointment
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i Roy Jr., of Water Oak, spent the !' :Mr. and11': '', A. K. Smith are spending Rkgl! mfe3iB JgHgMR5g >CK eCHRISTMAS J k1.tf111R: lfkCl9MAf167f) J K.Kl1JCJflfgJJ: : r.Jac.lX'Ki11't.aif1iJC! ; !!: ) > I ij Hftth'9llt rc i

week-end here with :Mr. and, Mrs. C. a few clays on the East Coast. d a tr ,:
B. Roberts.J. I!I ;Mrs. Jessie Jones and sister, Miss u ,i I$
II. Surrency suffered the misfortune Florence Walker, passed through here (
of having his arm broken while Tuesday.! SUGGESTIONS \
cranking his. Ford Saturday.Mr. I I ;Misses. Effie and Edith Sloan spent
: Strong, of Starke, spent Satur I the week-end in Starke with their
1' day and Sunday here guest of :\1 r. and aunt, ;Mrs. R. Burrows.
Mrs .J, C. Barry. ;Messrs. Kirby Smith and Ray

Frank Neville of Bellamy spent Goodge! were visitors to the county ,
Sunday, here with his. ; seat Saturday !
and ;Mrs. J. R. lIev ille. Pllr..nh11"1 :Miss. Xoalie Coleman spent Saturday (. ii '
'a :Mr. and ;Mrs. R. T. Oteen, of here! with :Miss Edith Sloan .1", 'Ii I( I'

I Brooker, spent Sunday here with ;\1t's.1\ ;Messrs. Hogan Smith and Roy ;: Let us help you decide what to give the folks this Christmas. .; a
J. II. Surrency. Goodge; spent Sunday at Earleton rc '

;Miss ;Mamie ;McKinney, of :Mminteochn I Beach =: If your husband loves to hunt, camp or fish, we have a present that will rc ,
j was the /guest of :'oil'. and :Mrs. J. '; Among those attending the .show at t( rc
R. (Beville! Sunday Starke Friday night were :Mr. and =n; please him more than anything else. is

s N. D. Jones' was called to the bedside :Mrs' A. K. Smith :Mr. and ;Mrs.\! W. 'I I( I
of his. Junes' of J. Roberson and :Miss. Ellie: Sloan.Messrs. I e
brother Wiley g
Hampton Friday on account of his I ; . Isaac Eadds: and Ed: Thomp : Gold Medal Camp Cots, Camp Shotguns and Shells, Kamp I

serious illness. son, of Gainesville; were visitors. here ,5 Kook Stoves, Thermos Bottles and Thermos Lunch Kits, Fishing '

:Mrs. Jessie. Jones, ;Miss. FlorenceWalker Sunday.The .
Rods Tackle Boxes Reels Lures Daylo Flashlights.
i iI
and, Thai: ley Walker, of HII"t-1 Sampson school has received its .
prizes from the fair, amounting to $'*1. (
t ings, are visiting :'olrs. George Stone.
) ;Miss Frances attended, the Christian After buying! necessary furnishings. Has your boy a rifle? Every boy must have one sooner or later. How. g 1
I Endeavor at :Micanopy Friday, Saturday for. the school they have :jI1 1H.51; left
and Sunday. i i1 from the S. S, L. S. ;3 about starting him off right this year? We have .22 calibre rifles for boys !

I, :Miss. Thelma Curry spent the weekend j I : at prices ranging from $1.00 to $10.00. S "
: with her BltOOKKRBrooker : .
1 Micanopy. parents. : Pi :
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MILK: Dec 1'J.: -;Mrs. Anna :Mur- _. You could i ot give a more useful gift to your boy than a bicycle. We

rhee, of Starke, spent: part of last have the best from 10.00 each. ,
only grades $- to $50.00
Five :Mile Dec. TJ: -Miss. Delle Puke week here with her mother Mrs. S. .. ;a" wR I

spent Saturday in Worthington guest ,j. Kelly. .
of :Miss. Georgia Yarborough.Dewey I :Miss Thelma Ward was visiting rel- i2" A pair of Ball Bearing Roller Skates would be the VERY THING to make r rji
atives in Starke during last. week.II. .
Duke and sister :Mae
j spent
\, Saturday and Sunday in Raiford, the S. Warren spent last weekendin : your boyor girl happy on Christmas morning. We have these at $2.85 'j *

guests. of relatives I Hampton with his family.Mr. ,:: : per pair. : f f
Tucker Howling! and family were Russell' made a business tripto X .
Sunday guests of his "i..tpr.11'. ; ''. B. L'I Hampton :Monday morning. !
.. Duke t Oscar Thomas and daughter ;Miss .. We have a complete assortment of Daylo flashlights, bulbs and batteries I

Dr. J. :M. :Mann and A. PI.: Proctor Berta left last week for points south. They will make appropriate gifts. I
/..' passed. through I'ive1i1t: Monday :Mr. anal :Mrs 1T.: Stewart and I son very
route to Dukes. t'n-I Paul, _ere visitors to Graham Sunday I
e' B. L. Duke was shopping in Dukes I Lonnie ;Morgan made a business trip We have lots of other presents to select from. Come in and let us help a ;
:Monday. I i I to Graham Saturday.Mr. .
Misses Delle and, Mae Duke Veda : and :Mrs. Stanton, who have .':-. .- '.: you out in your selections. I aFt

and Xorma Dekle, Pearl Roberts :Mildred been residing here for the last few
Gillispic :Messrx. J. N. and M. months left :Monday for Live Oak, t

n I' C. Roberts. Dewey Duke, Ardetl Drawn where they will reside. I ,.
I dy, Ervin and :Marcus Dekle attendedthe :Mrs. F. L Colsim and daughter, -- ----- a

cane grinding the home of :Mr*. Iv 1of, Pine Hill were visitors here I
r.: Barbara Dukes Friday evening ( Sunday afternoon.
I'. :Mrs B. L. Duke is. quite ill at this :Miss :Marguerite Shrivcr was In QUIGLEY LUMBER and SUPPLY COMPANY
writing Alachua Saturday. I'I'Lumber
:Mesdames D. I. Blume, P. P. Dekle :Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Surrency and door
In next to Darby's Store
J and G. W. Johnson, who have been on children, of Jacksonville, are visiting our new quarters
the sick list, are now convalescent relatives here for a few days.
:Mrs. Ernest Johns visited. her par : Inex Abernathy spent Saturday inAlachua. Building Material General Hardware Sporting Goods !
ents, :Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Johnson .
Friday and Saturday. :Mrs J. Lewis, of Tampa spent last
r Mr. and Mrs Claude Renfroe visit Friday and Saturday here with relatives 3 31I
ed relatives here Sunday and :Monday. I returning Sunday ,,",'m'd'. ......_"' '''''''''''''''''' ()''''''''''''' >fti'.x !IJI.--". ..''''''''''''''''' -- .... .." J:' I.iJL iI
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