Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04738
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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1 I | St.irkc's: :Mores Well Suppliedilh

; ! KING sf THE CHRISTMAS SEASON] I i' 'fl,.' .ntv, council I'in regular I scs- Goals Bradford, High): I'a' -,kt'hllil\ team

sum I Doc.'ml.: : with the following I will leave tomorrow for (O, ala, where

I members' \ present, l II. C. Jones' chairman three fast and interesting games' ofbasket
, :Many thousands of dollars! will bei
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- - - I ; J. F. Col\\(')'. O. J. Gratin, J.V.. { for bull will be played ( leala will )
i spent what may be called ChristI -
I ; White.Minutes. I meet the team from Inverness. while '
I mas goods between' now and. ,nextThursday.
: of last meeting read :tail Tho Telegraph has warn Starko will play a double-header with :

approved' Ocala and.' I Inverness.Tho .
I'd against; "extravagant" buying, but
r Bond. of (;eo.? White u.s a member B. II. S. boys are practicing
nt Christmas all l'ulclIlIl'o :suspended,
of board, of bond hard, will be
J4 trustees approved.Chairman for it would be Useless. to preai'h a and in full trim to battle
Jones reported that the doctrine\ (the fast, down state teams. Half
that no one could be ma .J committee had investigated plants. using abide by.That the. game is won ,by rooters, so I lot I
oil burners and the matter was I Starko be well represented.'

I still under consideration. ( "no man is a prophet in his --- --- -
I own town," applies as well' to merchants
I The bond. trustees report for No- LATK1:
\'{'mllt'I''IIS ordered Sled. as to doctors and those ,'lIsrIlK.I -

I motion I oil in public work. Bettor hiii-gain l.avvtey Dec., .
Up."n it was ordered lhat in.- me usual quietof
m the t'n"III< il i| buy a rifle for the police\ and fuller" assortnients. u are alwn.vs believed I.awtl'yVn... awakened' Into Friday

44 i department. j' to be' found somewhere else afternoon l when pistol shots, followedby \

The following resolution was adopt- :Many a man 1 and woman will go to the cry of 'fire' in the southern portion

1 i'..1 : Jacksonville during the next few days I of town and smoke and Ihe was

\\11'a" ,. the attention of the city I and return loaded with goods" that .soon coming from the. strand, story of

v '.r a yf ,tyv i oum-il nf the city of Stnrko' has been; could( have been bought at home for the residence. of G.! L. I'ull'h. about .

h r Z% .J J M + ,1 ,tilled 1 that 1 certain/; .street' or streets less. money It is not, gcneinlly known, two blocks south of the depot. A largeciowd

k .f 3 S have bnn, that many iu Jacksonville! buy shoos, I
u r,5 a dosed" by party or parties, wore soon on the Bcone to render
'Y v &t A clothing nnd I millinery in:11tI'kl':: her assistance. but
wiling 01 1 having control of lands ad- "winj.tn\ the lack

"III"" i 1I In '''II1PIUhlthut n.! C. Liv- cause these things cost less. hero. of the fighting' facilities it wits soon

ng.tiiii" hat III!; closed. South street With very few exceptions the stores rcnliy.od. that Ihe building was doomed =i,

'I I I tl"'" ,' (t' I 1.. Peek having closed. ,of Starko a are" "" crammed' with !goods, J and nil hands t turned'' to saving It

Wall, ; I that it would bo difficult to find ,room what with
n :sal Conloy streets' and many they could! the result that

complainthaving been made con I for an extra handkerchief or nail\ or nearly everything! .saved from the

s aL ; wr ,eormiiithe,, ,'losing of the' .said .streets can of beiiiis, and the stores a1not house furnishings./ The l'l'lIidl'IIl'Va

and the' I small either. :Many things are kept of Ih, idlest
i"t.\ council being advised that one in town, having been
rk a .i fni, I tin, best interest of the city that, because, they ,do not .stiike the erected fur ('nJ. V..1. Shipmnn about

mil tin public, generally that the saidti eye, are supposed' to be missing. but forty. years ago IIndV", .. built from

"I l.tii"till he opened and remain ask I I the, ,dealers for what yon want the host. helm, pine which Florida win

"'pelli nnd the wares. will be produced. Our noted. for at the( time and when the :

Y t e 4 F V t, ThcI 't l merchants pay heavy taxes. for I the' lire .
i i. be it resolved!'! by the city got iindor /good headway it made
54 \ I. i inieil, ,of the .city of Stinke, that it I privilege of Kclling, !goods and.\ .should a spectnciilar' \ blare Two or three

I is tht. ruling of the' said, city council lie patronized in preference to city and outbuildings were also dcMtrojod.. .. Thn

kl t ? 'ls r + : iI 'that -alii greets i lie opened, and that mail order stores." The guods are guaranteed fire is f supposed to have been caua'd l lbv

n | the c I itv' .iloik! is. hereby instructed. to and the' merchants tan always a defective. Hue. It was partiallymsuioil. :
be found al their stores to make 1,1IIny ; ,
notify (!i. I'. Livingston. and C. I I.. ( '.

I S. 'Week that the above\ named streets shortcomings.! (Our dry goods. Mis.: label Cilluspic; of Sttlkeu wn:

I I having been closed, by them that they' clothing, millinery, hardware' and visiting I relatives t in Lawtoy III..tVe. <:k. qI .-
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l.y 41)JM i must have .said streets' opened. "nil i inpassable ; grocery .stores.. have !goods suitable. for I :Mrs A. II. J Harley( was .shopping In t

I I \ 1 condition for the use of the all except perhaps' millionaires, and Jacksonville' Katun''lay.S. .

I public not later than February I 1st, toy for the (children candy and. other ;M. (,hul''hill.hn has been quiteill i

'i I II.) \lil''O.! : goodies. are there A in !great plenty' at his home in I Ka.st: L/lwtey for the
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I Said. resolution Doing unanimously ,past throe weeks' is. reported, to bo s*
., 01.11IR,\ SCHKIll'I.K:' |{ iSI'MKIMoiid.iy : >
v > I adopted by the said city council. much hotter that his. son, Charlie,

I --. I who bus I born. with him .since his illness
t at 12:01: the\ tram hchoilule
111 d HTIII.1.11-: relumed I lo his homo in Jacksonville -
in force before the' coal I shortage cent
first\ of tanweek..
I pelleil' the (mediation of some of the :11\ r. mod :\lrq..1. D. Randall loft Friday
.\ fellow\ who studied astronomy inHosteller's trains i was resumed on the' linesthrough
Almanac', let it be known Itrtidford county. For the for Cincinnati where thc)( will
spend' the holidays with their son, H ,
timo that i if the world
some did
ago benefit nf I those who wish to nut ke extensive
I'' Randall: about
probably returning
I not actually come' to an end on December ) journeys in III<' slate, wo reproduce -
the middle) of
17th "(('ii ible) things would, the following information January.
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It. II. s. i ois :NOT roitci-rr; 1 11: I K. CO.NFKRKNCK:; : : KNDF.D:' \\iiii.i-I : OINC.; :' ; ill ltl'GII nu\i> I elusive. This, on account of great ing the movement of passenger trains I : the l Lnvvtoy "school, spout Saturday
I at his homo in Staikc.
FORD( ( ) I spots. ill! the fI1I11ll1d the alleged conjunction Three of the. live railroads" entering

Rev J. C. Diirgs Returned to :MarkoI I of the planets Venus. : :Mars Jacksonville) bad made. reduction. inpassenger William Tliode left last week for
The' Hi.tilford High School does not i (Charleston s. C. where hi' will make
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'Jupiter and! Saturn.
I Fornolh'r YearI i Many "l'vl '. The ensue..
nowspa- tram '
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'I he following beautiful incident is
forget the debt of gratitude which it Ins. homo for the present. :Mrs. Theilu
per editors, in their ignorance, publi.hed were the\ Seaboard. Air Lino, Atlantic
from the (;Jamesville Hun
)reproduced
owes the one hundred and twenty- i has boon in Charleston for l several ,
I : (I this fake, ami the ignorant portion (Coast Line and :Southern: railroails.,
annual Methodist hurih
The conference !
three noble young men who were once :Manning station is in Baker county, t months, part: of which I time. she was in
I held ended, its I of their leaders" believed. it and The Florid.i, lust: Coast and Georgia; I j
ut Lakeland
students in that institution, ami after | a few miles north of Sapp so that the | n 'hospital. for treatment.
wards followed the flag in the World : labors :Monday. Among the appoint ihimtable act must have taken place prepared for the worst. The T'le.IIcoutl..1 Southern & "Florida railroads had not : G. L. Fulih and, fannly bavp ,requested -

War Especially does the school 1 hon- ments which will interest the I people while the train passed. 1 through Bradford !graph the story, and we be announced any changes in their passenger I us to thank the "entire community -
1 in this section are the following: lipsour readers sided with us. .schedules on account of I thefuel
the of the who county:
or memory eight were Well for the assistance. ' renderedduring
the ofGabriel's
on Wednesday sound
I
called upon to sacrifice their lives Luke Duller circuit will be servedby Editor The Sun : situation. and. after. the burning of their
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while the service Eurie Douglass, I Rev. J. D. :Majors trumpet was not heard and The Seaboard Air Line railroad l announces I home .
in Will little incident Friday afternoon, and l wishes especially -
kindly publish a .
you not even a sign! of the four horsemenof the following; restorations! ofpassenger
Ervin :Minton, Nick Johns Herman I Rev. S. I. llcndrix, formerly of Luke that occurred, on the A. C. L. the Apocalypse could be' seen.' If train service: to thank the Boy Scout for

Crosby Lanier Droke Willie Jones, !I Butler circuit will supply Bronsoni train No.'S I 9), :Monday afternoon justto the !sun had any smut on its face it Trains 1I and Hi; between Jacksonville : their help.I .

Neal Langford and Ray White. In I i and Cedar Key. show that the world, is not HO callous was not discernible.. All signs point I I :Mrs. Wiinriorly and daughter, of .
tram !
I li Il'aviw.JIII'k""lIvllle
and Tampa
the auditorium of'the 1 11. II. S. hang
I Rev T. L. l.. Barr remains at nude after all und that "a little touch Ito a safe day tomorrow the 20th and at 1 lLri: m., train Hi Highland I are pleasantly located in a
WillieJones I p.
handsome of
onlnrg"d" nictuios City. I I. of fellowship makes the whole world the "ghost". will doubt "walk at suite! of rooms at the homo Neal !angford and I Kay Whit I i I no leaving Tampa at 1 p. m. I
Mrs. Chailcs I, Ilink ins. will
They
Rev. J. A. llendry, formerly a beloved kin"A 1 1 II! p. m., as u..uul.Ioth.'r: earth i is, Trains numbersJO. : and 21 between I !
On December llth the .school observed
I I
minister of Starke. goes to Plant !gentleman coming to Gainesvilleat \ ( .still young and it will be millions of Jacksonville and Cedar Key train 21 probably remain, here during tho term
the birthday of Lieut. Richard of school to give :Miss. Wmiborly, thenppotinity
City. a little station eulll'dllInninjt' : sawa before. she dies of .
old
Ray White by short and appropriate years yet age. I I leaving Jacksonville at 3:111):\::\ ) p. m.,
a of I .
rendered, at the chapel exer1'1..1' | Rev. E. J. Gates goes to DuLand. poor, tired' woman with seven children I The ('omparntiIIl'arnl'''" of the plan.m..ntinl1l'.1 train Zit: ) leaving Cedar Key at (iiHO\:: u. attending.Mr.
program I : arid Mrs: Ted Lewis of llmoker : -
ranging from thirteen down ton ots each other has
Rev. J. C. Diggs was returned, to I to happened
. It will !be remembered that Lieut.' m.
I' young baby lit the breast. (jet on tho thousands, of times before with- were visitors. nt the hnmu of :Mr.
Star.e.11'! : Diggs and his excellent Trains 2OI:! and 201 ". .twI''nV"I.I...
Whit his heroic death while
) came to I I nnd :\!1'1.' : I'adgott! first of I the week.Mr. .
I train. Soon after a young l lady from disastrous. result.. Their '
family have won the hearts of the out any paths I and iainesville.(
leading his. the in the
platoon over top II : : of Jacksonville '
Baunigarton ,
big drive around St. :Mihiol September -' people here and they are glad to havIth.m Jacksonville spoke, to this woman lire well defined and tfiey. do not "run, I Trains I 120 f and 121 between. Ariher
and asked n f'w"Jtion... She found riff the track." wits! a visitor at the homo of ;Mr. anlMrs. '
retained for 11'1I.tLnolh'r .
at and Inverness.Trains
12th, 1HH.! The picture of Lieut. | out she was a widow, absolutely' ,dos- | : . 1. C. !Itvrd. last Sunday. 1
I Gal and 0'2! between, Tampn
t White was tastefully decorated with year. I titute, Irving to make her wit) toWOI.thinlCtoli v-s\: ,(, SEI.MNCI I I I ; [ ind ;air and :\1 r". Ury ( i Junior' and little i
Sarasota
flags, while under it was a laurel Tallahassee was chosen! as the place where she I daughter' of Jack"onvillo, were visitors -
,
Springs ox-
wreath of victory tied with the national -! for the next session" of the! conference. I : Thi Atlantic Coast. I me railroad.
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--- --- pectcil. to live with her brother. Thoifhildrc i I (luring the ,ptvsi nt week I HeWitt C.Jones I will restore' all t trains discontinued" inannouncement nt the home of :Mr. and !isles O.
olors. I'ottod and roseswore
plants I i poorly' clad insufTiciuntl : I.. Finch first, of the week They wereaei'ompamoil ,
were ,
has around I <>fio ItalI
purchased 2,
i of Ilea !ith.MiiH .
also. used in decoration. The AKK.VMKMI.VIS: ; : : TO TAKK: GIRLSTIII.MS
!: in "I bv Miss: 1':vII Futch.M ,
l nouri -hod and altogether badly Ions, of new I syrup ill barrels., lie con- --. -- -- /
i' following short and impressive program ; :' IIOMI( : i '(OR) HOLIDAYS filled his regular
II.c ,1.l'polntmrnt
carried i iI I, need of care and nttention. I template-= pureha-imr about I.OOO) gallons 'I ItS. \ : : I'\'ll-HT\I\S:: :: : 'fulhO11N'S : >-v Tnylor i' ,
was out: I at the Sutton Methodist[
This. noble hearted young lady after more, which will make up a carload :' ci.niThe ,:
Song, "Am.'ril'a"y .school. I Students of the Florida State Col-j i explaining to the passengers, passed ..hipm'nt.Ir: Jones turned the I "< huroh Sunday nftornoon. Layman J. y
Scripture' rending, Luke 23rd, 2ii-Ki; for Women at Tallahassee. will ,: .L him.
Il's.
:" | around the hat and took up a 01I. farmers' syrup into money last year I II December meeting! of th."m.. McLood accompanied
--I'rof. Howling.Lord's be taken to their. homes to spend the i I Mrs L II. Hill. ;Miss, Agnes Bar-
lei tion for her. All !generously contributed -
and he is only too !glad to be in a position all's. Club wits h'-ld al the residence"
prayer in concert Christmas holidays in a special train I bum' and !Miss Nellie tri'klan.Df\
with the exception of one to handle it again this season.Chrlstmits of the president Mrs 1 K.: A. W.k.n
I'm'l'Il. "Over the Top, written by provided by the Seaboard Air LineRailroad. I man much to his drscrcdit. Tho the Lnvvtoy high 'school were visitors,
dedicated very is hero, and the turning N. Walnut "street, and Mrs.\ Weeks
Hon. ,J. II. Jono of Orlando and
*, The announcement that the to Shirk
young lady and aforesaid gentleman nf into this. timei Saturday. '
syrup money" lust at proved herself a delightful hostess.
to Lt. White, his brother nt the train Mould be this I II from
provided James down
special | "
counted the and found it to be i Si"pard came I
money sfortunato the
for
this little
i producers. The reception room of !
bar :Mrs.. K: K. I'.rrymun.QUIII'I.tte. . year as in the past was made by G. /. I in the neighborhood of twenty-eight: I _ A ? = 'I home' was decorated with red co/.y salvia, Fcrmiinlinn, and' spent Sunday, at hit(

"When Circles: arc urnken"Misses Phillips, assistant general! p.i' senger dollars which they announced to the I iioi.invv( on J IIIMST: I ; MOKftAN'S unit the dining room with pink roses homo.
Nl'lleRobl'l't.
Lucile Tatum agent of the Scuboard., I I passengers. Upon finding, the above i.I ; The annual )b.i7iu' and dinner given
: both socialnnd
and the guests enjoyed a :
.. :
:Mae Mrs.
and
Ruby I'oppell The train will leave Tallhass"' on I IDecember amount a kind-hearted gentleman I The most unique collection of Japanese a literary treat. by the Ladies. Aid! of Grnci :Methodist

Porryman; :Mrs.. A. K. Wall pianist. inth at :23::{; p. m. Through I who had contributed liberally before I Novelties ever shown in Starke. :Mrs. I"'. A. Scott chairman of tlu'l"sri..l"tive church Saturday lit :Mrs. Edwards
hold suitable
The B H. S. will
erciseto honor the anniversaries ex of sleepers for Tampa :Miami and Lakeland gave an additional bill of twenty dollars I Snt..!uma) Vases, Kaml'id""h Trays committee, was in ('hllrltl'i store. building. was wl'lIlItI'I1.I..I/lIJ.I/\. .

the of the other former Students in addition lo two regular com'hI I; the others chipping in and making Cloisonne Vases and Incense, Jars, of the program and the motto for thumeeting nice sum realized.

birthday' who fell, in battle in France des I and a bugguge! car, will make upl(II an even fifty dollars. This was Imari Flower and Fruit !Howls SilverDragon was, "Be just and fear not; I James. Stalling, of Jacksonville,
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the which will the first tied carefully in clean handkerchiefof Openl, the wook-end in !East: I.awtey.
-- --+ I, train run as I u frays! Cut Velvet Pictures let all the ends thou aim'st nt be thy
HAP'IIST:'
The through sleepers will all be woman hail none) and !given to her. (Tainted Sewing Sets and numerous :Mrs I n. K.: Knight read an excellent i a company of Hoy Scouts of America

transferred, ut Jacksonville the Tampa She was overwhelmed with gratitude other interesting article". This display paper' concerning! "The Property with I I.:, charter members :Much!
,
Sunday school 10 a. m. sleeper to the Seaboard Tampa and upon reaching. her destination' was is worthy your nttention. l Rights of Florida Wl>ml'n." A Hprtrnnlla..tinlt interest is being manifested by the

:Morning worship 11. I train, the Miami car to the Florida escorted off that train amid the well, AF. business relative to club youths in the. work and. it I is, believed! .I
B. C. U.. Junior and Senior 1IlO::
P. I Fast: Coast adn the Lakeland car to : wishes farewells und "God! bless you"of I & A. M. TO 'I.VSTAI.L:' OFFICERS" : matters. the members enjoyed a social, that in a few weeks every' boy between

p. m. the Atlantic Coast Line. The train her fellow\ passengers! 12 and 13 will become members.
half hour. :Mrs A. /. Adkins andMrs.
Evening: worship. 7:30.:: business 7:30p. will arrive In Jacksonville. Friday'I'' .+ - At the regular meeting to be held : K.: K. I'orryman rendered, several Jack Howe. I Robt. Weeks and! J. W.
:Midweek and :
prayer evening! at 80::! o'clock. i I \ITIST rilHISTMVS :SERVICE: : I on :Monday evening, Dee. 22nd, the choice musical numbers, and the ho..- ; Andrews, .Ir.. were visitors to Lawtey
m. -- -- following officers of Bradford !liodge: Sunday:
less served hot chocolate with whipped
Sacred music in honor of Christmas : rilE BROADWAY GIRLS"; J The Christmas. celebration of the No. :3B, 1-'. & A. :\1., will be installed : and sandwiches. At the annual election of officers of
Sunday evening 7:30:: Dec. 2Ath. be cream | 18!) 1-'. & A. :M..
Baptist Sunday school will given N. Sternbcrg. W. :M. The Woman's Club has recently had Lawtey Lodge No. ,

d BLANCHARD D. LAW Pastor. "The Broadway Girls," an aggregation : -; next Tuesday night under the auspices !'! G.. W. Snellgrove. S. W. published a beautiful little year book, on Tll'('. llth, the following were elected i

r consisting! of five handsome i I' of the church. A large attendanceof Archibald Thomas, J. W which has for its motto, "If at first wn and appointed: 1

young: ladies and three gentlemen, all the members of the Baptist Sun F. F. Stump, treasurer don't succeed, we'll try and try again. A. II. !Hnrley, W. M.

METHODIST accomplished actors! are in Starke I day school and of the church is expected J. C. Robinson, secretary. The subject of the January meetingis H. C. Padgett. S. W.

Sunday school 10:45: a. m. for the week-end. They showed at the as the event will partake of Resides! the above elective officers "Education" and the hostess I is :Mrs.J. R. W. Biggs, J. W.

The new pastor will preach at 11 ,: Gaiety last (Thursday) evening: and :i the nature of a social. those! appointed by the worshipful. M. Alvarez. W. F. Godwin Secretary .1

a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Come out and will give performances this and tomorrow The only admission is a parcel master! will be installer) K.: B. Wells, treasurer.
r'C.
hear him and renew your acquaintancewith evening! I Friday and Saturday I wrapped in white, which will be a giftto Bradford Lodge is growing: steadily ST. MARK'S K. Sapp, S. D.

him.Epworth. I I ). Besides the vaudeville given I the poor in Starke.. and new applications are being receiv.: T. T. Blackburn J. D. t.

League 6:45: p. m. by this aggregation, and good music The first part of the evening will ed at each meeting There will be Fourth Sunday in Advent and St. Charles Dinklns. S. S.

Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. : I! and singing, pictures will be shown in consist! of a short program which willb work In both the first and second degrees Thomas' day, December 21st. Holy J. Q. Futch J. S.

m. '',connection Friday and Saturday, as <> riven at the church auditorium at next Monday night and brethrenare communion, 7:30: a. m. Morning pray- D. L. Phillips! chaplain.

J. C. DIGG3 I announced by posters. Performances 7:30. This Is the place where all will urged to be present. Visiting eer and sermon 11 a. m. Evening Jesse Reddish, tyler

Pastor. j start at 8:00: o'clock. meet and leave their white package Masons are welcome. prayer and sermon.. 7:30.. G. L. Futch marshal.
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: 1 companions ,', I -- t

, of Inn LefeMT .

: / binding? Inlenlly.: I .... ,,f

r Nan if ,. torn. "ut ni a t iL

si i.lie Hun/ . had : TI1 \"
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MusicMountain stood h.ilf mi !, <\
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RIG LEY
i inne l.ii.vr" ",'''' 1 I ; r [ f

lin.! tlie. -lor.N !I , ( : .1! i r
: and umtk.'d' by a -
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: W I l liG
In the middle of j : I y, ,
| study nt N nuili' "
1 w
trail of the

rl stricken! at the / + .
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front' of. n '' ( \ dl a package
Dv- beside I the road ..t ,

FRANK H !'JPEARMANAHhor I looking about. pl< bll 5c before the war5c
c'
curtrldge-
: empty
,1 "WHI: 1'b.RINO SMITH"n
t :-':
and tossed '
( I I straightened 1 ' I,4
up
ppot. :-,eaooooo+ I
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t1ap
ttLyrnrotbr64.! > .. HcriD....'.. 110..., I ly airoxx I the : :: .
ff j silent fore of Kl:
,. CHAPT'ER : him. It told. no \ ,, a package
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fl Lefever to the Rescue. I tered"If this lllpaso: was, .". \ I II' I e I'I'I ; during the war5c

t. L.tcI..r.,111111'/, : in tin- aspen grove his companions' 1 "h r,

e i under the restraint I of wnitiun In lie I ,I I you join him now / I
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"t I Ktorin VMIS, ready lung before diiyllKht I mlet el'. I
+ to break t orders uud ,rldu In to find! '! "That. Is not
I Ji' Spnin.Vliii I' fever with his .. I I I (+

\ the first 1 I peep" of dtiwu Iud In forty rows of / a package

with Ills men fmiiu him Iii Ihelr saddle Henry's gun not .

trf I 1 *. li'iVT iniidi' a short explanation, Iliiir'H; hair, arid. / ,

"I don'tMIIII any limn. In Jell Into the head that vas lilt j pl'' NOW

. ' gap with me. tills 111"111111lllIh'I'" any nas in a llnlsh- Ik "Stand Behind the Head of the Piano I I

t 4 lulMindersiiiinllnK. ur uny false pretetiNo It didn't scare n..'. I / Till You Are Awfully Sure Who ,

," lie hi'Kim cheerfully "liob bo Henry. II/ing It tt It l Is" I

r Scent ruin Dull will stay right here If for yourselves, bn ''T I

by any elinnce, l>e Spain,, makes, his 'Ir KIpnHo answered. I Ktand I behind the. end of the piano, till THE FLAVOR LASTS

.way out vvhlle the rest of us ore hUllt.I' n n Inquiry. "\ jou UI'awfully I sure who It Is..'

Ins! fur him you'll In here to signal ui lighting!; with ?" II I II ""'hllt u head :Nan-': '"

I -three shots Ilutt-"I'! to ride lu with '! "That. aNo, Is u " I L>e Spain cut off the lights/ threw> THE PRICE

: He Spain. to help. entry' the rest of u>> not with Henry de l I II ; I I II open the. trout door und in the dark I SO DOES : I

Ii \ out. :-Now': It's Ilk,- this I! ," he added. ml- other fellow I I ness suit down on' the \piano .stool.. .\

dressing; the otht r". ""Vim all of you novod hllll..tll.u:-': \\ I heavy step. on the porch, n little vthilo!

i + know, ur outfit l tll know-evcrj body! much loss! lie -: II I I II later was! followed by u knock ou the
j "Pnlcss he used I open. door 1 fV
'twlxt here niiil. the railroad' knows I I II 151'
I f Unit Do Spain iiinl \.II' Mown liuvoTnslcuei Rested Kennedy.. i "Come In !" culled De Spain roughly. ..
' 4 i "Tell me how ... The bulk I of a large. man tilled, mid obscured .
: ] ui to ouch "1111'1'' li>r the long Ix i I .
x ride down the dmi-ty toil together.. :, rllle away from ) I I A lily h turIII Instant the opening, I

That I take It, IM their business ButLer gun ut till. 1 don't, / i / then the visitor slipped carefully over

uncle old! Duke, and (Jule. mid the. lilgh with u rllle /I!! the threshold.. ""'hut do I jou want ?" II

If you want to split ] II| asked De :Spain: without changing till I
,; \vhole bunch I lu>nr, turned] dead sure
? OQ it, nnd have U",11t, up to bunt them if you want to .split {, tone. lie awaited with. keenness the!
I that's! ever seen bound of the answer I 1
You till know the Morgans! They're
1: wOIII,1'lIlIt, to try I "Is Henry de Spnla here?" .
some bunch-ami they stick for one'
; ,1! 1: g ,another like, hornets. and. nil hold to- u bun from him. : <1 The voles was not familiar to ire5puin'R I
fever ear He told getler In a flKht.( So I dun't wunt any I, gut up Into :
tiI us! unknown to him. "I urn Henry
"IhrtW I
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to ride In there, with me thinking i "nine (
P moil
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de : he returned without
11 I Spain / hesita
111, he's going: '! to a wedding.. lIe l IMII.t. 110 )llece of rock .' tlOIl.'hllt do you stunt ?"
I don't understnni \
r may or hillY not bo going to 11 funeru), I .
The visitor's deliberation .
I u man 1 lying b'-llnd wits reflected I
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but lie's not going to u shlvnree. W
I "Anyway wh\ \' In his measured! I speaking.' "I um : e Q
Frank L'lpuso glanced) !sourly nt hi* been carried down from Thief River" he begun and his I

,r companions. "I guess! everybody here reverberating voice" low
Saloon's was! and<1 distinct.
Is wine, J uhn." lire try on Ms before/ / I "I was sent In to Morgan's. gap f rI

"I know you nro. {Frank" retorted some time ago to find out who burnedthe
1 Lefever testily ; "that's nil right. Fmj I In the sunshine (, Ctiluhasas barn." I

j only ")([lllIlnlng. And I don't want you sleeves, leaning : : "And you report to-?" I
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to net sore on lie If I don't show you In the open "Kennedy."

I a Unlit. Frank Klpnso grunted. "I )hnck, watching De Spain paused. A fresh conviction I
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t rode I the I
around / 1,?
;8 urn under orders. John wavvd hi* Lefever had Hashed across his mind. "You

1 ,, hand. "And, can't do an).thlll/l-" IIr..ndll"l. ,j called 11I1'111' on the telephone! one night _
,1 I Rut talk," grouted Frank Elpuso., gan( He Hung! n I lust week," he suld suddenly.The .

t not vvmlnjt Ids ha ml.Lefever | the saddle. ;, \ answer came without evasion."I I I WILL YOU JOIN l MK: lost the use .of both arms in the war

Hurled. hotly forward hid | Salt answered In I .did.\ I I"You JIl.ly.-1t; isn't true ; he called! on

Middle.) "Now: look here, Trunk" llopointed i, the horsemen with / gave me a message", from :Nan-': '|''I "saw three hobos beneath a tiee, me, last IIIh; t.-- ('art.n.Ia"nzlnl'. :
I drew up and he "' : ]tight husky chaps they seemul toI ,
]his finder nt the objecting -
Morgan that she
I
/ never gave you '
i ranger. "I'm hero for business not for together less! " I I be.Said. 'imitmt'LK: 'I'.tl.tti;: ; oritifirr.xLirv .
"I did. I
I | :': thought!: she needed<1 you
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; pleasure. time I'm free : John sparred with I, "Pray tell\ some things to me.What .
Any you cim : tion uud Satterleo right olT. She didn't know me ns II I I J OLD( I IN
I low ?
talk to me= :' but words" I I"I'IIII't |I ; rightly ant I knew what was! golug/\ on. I 1 brought you TIIK: IMXT/EK: TIL\ 11.I .
4 "Not till Somehody'' gags you, John" I I rode Into town that evening and rode
tell us r"J ,, Said one, "If you would know thefacts
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Interposed Llpnso
{ innodily. nut It
again. was not business,
my 11".1/| ,
Spain eh 1'Craned | eY"k.. l 11. ( 11.-Captain Karl)
I Look here Klpu-o: / demanded) L- wouldn't let It interfere with the bus!
$ "All right Salt\ \\ ; W. Dentzer/ ,'hlll'lC..d with
( I t I I made the kale in bags and larks ( brutality tf
fever spurring/ his horse smartly toward I'm
ness' 1'111'1101..1'' after. That's the
that can. Is there I And then I income toe. prisoner-! I'ranee .on s,'veral occasions
paid my
tlie Ti'Min. "iiiv" you loiikl.ng for alight \ ! reason I dodged, 'lItt.
1 1 Hike's on this trail I That brought me low." i > stand bVith (pistol in one hand
with me right here mid now ?
;: "There Is 11 chair lit the left of the I
L. ; and. black in the other
; :Salt's: nose \\ 1'1 II n jack while hi*
"Yes, here niul .
now declared Eliuso door ; Mt down What's jour ii-jnie: ?"
"' tlereily."Or 1<'11111'. "There's n ! j I : 1 I Continued Next Week I II "And I had wealth," another said !sergeants beat up the men in his custody '
shots, ( ) accitrdintt to the testimony of
port of three "My wife hail notions in her head
i Q there. and. then." Interposed I seemingly from ,' ; I I She wanted butter on her bread. f'larence; II, Lacey of Indianapolis"'

y Kennedy. Ironically."some: lime, somevhere InUTmi'lc': him. 11 1 I i i : ON 1111: cio; And brought me low" nt the oust martial today.

' \ ur no tlnu, nowhere liming Ir I teranco. There ' ', I The defense, however forced. Lncy

h'lIrdlill of tlhll'h, u hundred and fifty ; I I to admit he was! once .convicted, of a
and. he resumed : : j "YouM the I've
Few mnri.1Iuen( are really hap- hardly guess sums
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fellows, let have crime in
times: from yon two us Ohiln,1! faced 1 M..riout'htt.jCf' *
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that way yes, but py. Even if she marries. a man after spent.
pence.' Youve pulled It HO often over l ; '' in the army Lucy asserted! t '
lust night. They're her heart she, is. in mortal dread i
lit t Slei,\py ('lit. thcj've gn( It In doublefaced. . own Said onln,1;! II"W I'm broke and that in addition. to being beaten and .
and Cialo: are over that he day, be lifter another
some
red-seal records. Let's &get may bent, threatened to be, shot he was forcedto
IIturh"."" ; nor "U your man l > ; !J' ) Woman's hcat.t-l'u/'toonll :flat-I You see, I went and paid my rent "it on a bench five
I. r4 "llitftit/ you nre, Farrell" assented", ter unless keep you're away..front.. ,: uxme: +_ I| And now I'm low" sleep. If he dozed off he said, he was

Lcfevi. "but-" I grabbed. by the hair and pulled. to hi;<-
I Lcfeser Inning. UlTl.i: ;\llUJ.\ZZ: "
"S'II1.t'rll.I .'. John. You're bows A | 'Ti.1'11.. I said.! "No doubt you- feet ;A .
linn from (utt'S
i 'here, ; what are we going:: to do. ? That's I I I| 're sore, .
nil stunt to know." i band 'quickly. the ..11'"I"tl''U"' gettingv.mined things You need! not tell me anymore, yirrXitf

llonr.v's orders were to vvntt here claimed. leaning <1 up for a "revival. "Loul blessus I'll join you !now and. make it four,

e till ten o\lot.U. thin inuruln. Theru's. his words and . I right new, and -'nd l down, thy power Who It.uvl'"w.I \ ." Dec. 1 19!).--:Mr. und :Mrs. D.iv
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\ I his e>.e to his .. .... :-': !" he pleaded. I :1 Shaw of Liid'osM1( are toreivint eon-
been fwrlv MILL I-: FHUl'llIhTh.'y :;
tiring Inside twloe sinceo'clock
at all. Salt. This I tied Iti'ntulntions on the birth of trirl,
:\ttu boy, e">u'unrlgiIi!!:' 1 a ret ui I u
;),, j lust. night lie told me to pay friendly Itnt," : / I A. I I": F. veteran "mak'. ,t -nappy'--: bijr-i/ HeSth., .
no attention to Unit. Itut If the whole' us If In npolog t l'atl'ons' :llagal.lIl1': : -n,}' ( /lI>talll TowneI. I'.ev. .1., H. Kelly filled his, leu'ulni

:I place linilti't been under Niter alnight. turn up O K., we'll i I I. appointment( at :New-': !Hope Sunday

: Id hove /gone In, IIII>' Vily. Thislast ; None of.. his t... .. :" II AmonK those. who attended.) the unof .'
a Loves
; .. time 'U vvns' I !Ian hla.h.p.\\.r.1: told. how. to get ... I i I I Everybody Baby j veiling the monument to Franklin

gun. pit-king. at long range und., It I and from Lefever '{ i AuKiift: tilt; -" I'roin' the Iirot" I i I. (C,'Ison nt New River Sunda/ were

any Judge/ of rllb-s mid the men hll\'l,1 Klpaso and \\1'ln baby, K"It"* tlir,... months old\ I hiveKiven :Mi--[ e. 'Khoda; and !Lonnie Thoma, ,
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ably bihlnd' them xomeone tnu< horses, rode FI"'I1.' H".I.leM"I'M.: Russell I'ni-
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: Will < ',il /PI-CIIVI, , ry' f fo Tptomai
: got hurt. II'M all a Itll" sv- but near the hill and fir'., 'h and IMIWI I I'l I I n h, 'i'e; ,r'.'' Rivers T'urvis Lewis
lair In there. I peaceably If I can to look I with their rllles "- titsrd.'rIy f.itluriiuwcsii Lion Lewis Louise
r "" yfr -- I of spertt. thi
).1 I for Henry de Spain\ ; If we are (II red, onwe'xe fexer and, Kennedy, Suffer 1 iltrs. i f: .....;0 ,1),) her the. .d'/Ulsnwry'my gut'1ng wr,4, ..rlll! wi'h his. sister, :Mr-. J. B.I .
111
I And Ifthere's i
for It. >
got to tight ,
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I l : [ told the party \\ :: I \1 ; downoftea'Inr"Iline! i!o I TI ri.as.
unj talking to be .1..11.- lee, II""' ''''' ...1. In J. A. Cox, of AlBerson "'" tunes .1 il.iv.< 'the.. ,1111provcmcl 1 __ ,- ,

t II "You run l ,do It." /grunted 1'III"n.U : / Once out of .sight./ I I i \V'a.., writes: I );...1) J ., t'Wa". very
"Thank Frllllk.11.11" III do It. I -- in irk d. :She n nowV. LIFT\ OFF CORNS !
you. | rapidly down the ) "My daughter; . .5uf.fered _/ ..... M\II! months, old hue:
1 need' riot' that Kennedy; will rbb'''* I
ivy dezvous., tcvth mid hue
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: terribly She could! \einlil !
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IIhl'lI.1lIh me. EII'.II: | ami Wlekwlre - > / outer, hid: any tisth7 -
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of .ntll
,I t nllihit not turn In bed . the I I (:: ? '
with Totumle, y1'ggesan"I I :: .iXJ:: //"if' trouble. ulmfcvir.
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I .r..I..1:1111':': s T1) em -. I/ uiul. I Or 19rrrr few
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doctors her and y-_ ime s Apply drops then lift sore
gave
up ,
Leaving Smtt In the tree, the little .
I night, on Mu"lc / 0..1.1"111; ; <..., .,1 Idrovcry \
the road', we brought;:; t her hometodie. nil the strap
t lednmrily
party up vivid was t that of : touchy corns off with
r' j picking their way through I the poolsnnd :I I SlI: : had suffered so in the world for' mv I babv'n. present rx-rfi'. t
stepping and not '
{ I health. 'I I lie (;1Id"1I! Miiln.il UiN'overv'
much at . time. flav- ;
ncrosM the bni\\llnc Ntrenins that I' t tinQers
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s" ,advancing, hut In I has also term iiMii by m.v sister for In. rliabien 1
tore over the troll tonard I Puke Mor- .she stood with I I'. Ing heard cf; Cardul, we when they arm uuly two months ,
KIIII'N place. The ....wllll.'lllf' the trail liot It for her. old t.o help in ..Intention! amid she ulwilVMIT
bedraggled \In the
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line* it a-" highly: : na -M 11. O.;
'i broke their formation. continually and ,
A smile limned ( I, : :: t OX. MI IMiilbp.
!Lefever. hi the "'r"III11" tllnC"H, wan not turning at once, he I
l i Suffered with Asthma
HIM only anxiety was to keep
I' e sorry. with dignity for ;
". I i Klpiifo from riding! ahead far enough to Nan, und "hll.I./ '" CARDUI Mieon: Ga." ::"Kor stout two VOIM I
t I miffeft! with :i to embroil them In a quarrel before ho ogies Lefever ... I I ; verk weak and nervous I tonic.

himself should, conn- up. I "And I Is this.. : I': 1'1' !Pierei-'s' l."I.t"1I..I"L' ; U1.eery' forth
{ Ilillf-wny to l >uki- houfle they found, Ing ut him 'quU (' .- ast lima and the 1 i' it'..nit, I're'.'nptiun'to ,
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t build me up r.1 jme; me Ir. nith. indthee
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II smnll bridge had, gone out It rut ofT L..fsver whom ' I \ two 11I..h. inc "rurtsl me of mi' .thnuvind
r t the dins road, mid at 1 KIpaHo'n uggeHilon. I stories nhout ?" I The Womao's Tonto : restored me ti" In..ilth nnd **tn imth: 'ind, I
,"' they crosxed. over to follow the ', She was ",' 1 hive nuver haI) .in> '''turn' of tin, ,ulim, .ntI .
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"I I mil' never ith,,"{ Or 1'1..r. '. l'"i"| ,nitPelletj ,
f ridge up I the \llIlh' Swimming/ their eyes end even teeth I hoilll for .. the
': "In a few days: Ihe be.ti.1n III IIIV" > III I funds
"' borne! thniiiKh the Imckwnter that covered "If they" have come to Improve," Mrs. hen uerilisl. They nr'th' !lent tntlnleI ,,,
; C the deprexsloli. I"| the Mouth, they) -I I Nunn yon" lAxcontnuC3:: : ";1nO had I have ever Ued/ to keep ,urp ,In, mici,I Ihedthy
Ktate, tiny reuuhit the .un..uh.
gained the eleMitlun. und proceeded.unmi trou le at. . .vllul;
with nil reserve. roo hwr aid. botwel Is :and tin- mild snit .i .v I .
: .le-t,||. on tlulr WU)'. As theylipproached "liiit they haven't Lured her, and we sIn'" !"k.-\IH."I.; J II. II \1'1. 1.\-i.: I l-'l I' \IiiSt.

y, r Wii--"i>"'$ plaee, IMpaxo.riding It Spuln.:" Its praises evcrywhcre.o'e .
t /, k'" ahead. ,drew up his. horse and sot. j "If they come / \\ receive many theu- Bilious' Attacks and Headaches
sands Imilar letters
a moment stiiil> iiig the trail nnd. castIng 1 friends, discredit : of of the Athens. ( ;in, .= Dr. Pier, e's PI,::.i-ant& : Doesn't hurt a bit1! Prop a little
J every Year, tellln'J Pellet 111111,1.-r-r v<'rv' 11".1 f.r I ,ilioiiinen4At Freeionp on nn '
nrlnnn
4 an ocviistiin-il U'IIIK'' In the direction could believe what Catdui has done for corn. IR intly
good tlllieit I h"1..11". lekH ,ind. that
. ml" he.itlaihe corn slope hurting, then lift
r + of. thu ranch-In which lay Under ran mu ; then . . women who suffer from oati-N'd from. ni,> liver !>einit i luiminh: il right IIIIC.'e", you
the brow of a hill ahead.Vh.n had any enemies. : complaInts 60 common to and inaelive. nii.l. lilY hu-l.iin.l! w. :il-o A bottle magic
of
Krevzone
It should do buthercd, with bilious, tiny ronta but e
\ I.otcM-r. rude, up to him h.II" .' talked MTV little their lex. aU/wk. and consti- few
jtood too, Try .bint' recifitly we lenriiiHl I of the cents at any drug tore, but i\a luul-
d the siorv. that Elio.; 1 0 NMIH r. ailing lint. 11 w words, to : youd E.17 f"t"n.l'I"I""LIIII'c\l..t.o'\ we hind them just. fine cleat to remove every hard In the riiiul, a>'. It t"l'l of a man -hot .....t..r ask<'d glut,* / in n'lwvina th*.... rnnditi' ,,IM Thev tuna' corn, or corn between the tOt'll. and the
In his tanks us he thus, running! tnniird, He made no ,''" Up the vtllule'" *} Urlll and l lllve one ;it ([inxl calluses" without eeriness or irritation.
the 1,01l14uu.l. In the Judgment of crimson pool. In I I opp..UtI'-l\U ESSIE:: MEALOU.:: 113 Kreeione U tbe K'nsutionaJ. dbuoverTuf :

th.M. men, fatally .h..t-ur.. while hit $KOOU' hut. Mitchell: \ St. a Cinciooati genius! It U wuuJerfuL

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FRIDAY. DKCKMBKU 19. 19li BRADFORD COUNTY TELEfJUAPII.; STARK:. FLORIDA PACE THREE t

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:'" News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I Sh'I'ifflol'I'i"; and Deputy Ed 8toiu

three illicit stills in the
1 I captured bill
Cow Creek section on Friday, but

4 Live S-t tN'1;; I missed", the when operators sheriff. who and took his deputy to! tlu1sswamps I


" ;' ....,"' ....... '.. -- .".......m.J{ I, drove up. They t turned, over five barrels
: II of buck and brought home un uut> I
: I': Told by Our Exchanges.More .
,. i full of distilled I liquor. Tin- sheriff! i
1 > I', I found a splendid new Colt IT) revolver, ,
1 I II II II II II Ii
"V. S. properly"stumped on it, in the
; than L'.OiMI acres uf.I"u\ k ii e, al.-o, I the development/ of a summer house of one of the distiller. .!.), nil ofI I
imps have been planted in the \u-in- le-mt on :North; Heach. It is said that whom tiro known ami who will bo ur1 -
it\: of Lake Worth. :Successful; the vast ,sum of :$7t)0,000: ) will be in,I 1 rested\ Inter. The sheriff drove his ear i
drainage is the reason. \'('stt'll.cl'ol'llin): to outlined\ planslh.e to the locutioiiyof the .still, and experienced I
enterprise provides for one of the ;: treat difficulty. as the roiuls i I I
The Evening Telegram says that most extensive building operations ever lire nil under water. lie was forced to ,
the editors of Lakeland are flying undertaken! in Florida.As r IT" out of his way Severn 1 miles tll''
high in the air now that flying i is almost reach Cow Creek.Mrs. I I

ax. common u diversion as auto the result!. of a little team work I

joy: ruling was a few years ugo.R"IHlI.t i put in by Sheriff P. (J. Uamsoy and ; T. .\. Chandler, St. Petersburg,
Chief! A. R. Purry. (;iainesville. several wife of the president of the First Nut
was current that property plays at the game of recruiting ional Hank, is planning thr orguimn- 4
of the Indian Kiver Association ut labor to Ft. Pierce from employers in lion of a woman's revolver club to becomposod )
Hobe. Sound, Consisting of hotel, golf this city was broken up in short order. of prominent women of hernoighborhou
link.- and ocean J'ont land l on Jupiter The activity of two colored recruiters I d.1hll will meet for regular
i island been sold. for $30t)00.;; )
had operating in the neighborhood target( practiee and who Imve 111Il'ealy -
W. W. r.urge"s" of Spartanburg, S. of the Atlantic Coast Line depot I served! notice that burglarsho
C. was named a* one of the parties and also facts gathered by K. M. visit that particular neighborhood. will
participating in the purchase.Robert Livingston of the Diamond! \Ice Co., |/110 so at their own risk. The '
caused the work of the two officers'' I ment is a result of the attempt! ( 1110Vt.-I'
: Jones, fi-year-old. son of to be facilitated u whole lot. colored burglar to visit. the (
I :Mr. and ;Mrs. I Robert Jones of Hartford. I home/ ;Monday. II fh'l'noon.11.; ..'halllllt.//
Conn., who on visiting at ChanJ-
Among the most"' interesting displays dler emerged! on the upper buck porch I I'I
It'l. while playing/ in an orange grove-, to be seen at the South Florida ''I of the! house just in time to we n man ''lillinillllllllllllllllllltofcToppy
wiibitten by u rattlesnake and died fair, 19 be held in Tampa from February running away from. the house. She I
: in this at the Marion Countyhospital r. city
Ki to :ai!I. inclusive will be that I tired several shots at the retreatingburirlar. '' r ..'
/ after several hours of suf- I/i'; : i' !
of produce, grown or manufactured. One arrest has been made in J >oun< tin Aume
,; fi'img.West. do..- antl-c/iaf clamvf
by negroes of Florida, who mado a the case. il' .II' practical pout/ cry fil
fine .showing the I */<> Aumin'or u tlAkffgtm
/ at ( State Fair recently
Palm Iteach last wl'I'k'oted .oan".,"o"'onor'''D''''at
held in Jacksonville. Ii! >twi>otisixtee'n I One of t the biggest .single shipments tf m tobacco uucHparfmct "
its third bond issue! this thu
"n I year c.ondtt\an
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and twenty! counties will \berepresented of phosphate ever loaded nt Tampa
being for the ofia.
recent sum
most one /
$1 ;"tIOO( ) for "school, supports. Ten in the exhibition building ;j and undoiibtodly. the largest: shipload a pipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of Prince

thousand. of this amount will be used and! devoted products, to in the great Colored variety people will, ;'| since into the the! holds war,of is the now steamship I being poured IrvinIfton PUT if you're on the trail of smoke peace I For, P. A. will

for the erection of n gallery in the be of tobacco that will make wish
shown. ut the Seaboard elevator. The sing you a song joy you your
which the
school auditorium by seating I
will be about doubled. big grpy ship, of unusually )graceful life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you
capacity
Lying unconscious in the road and, I I lines for a freighter, .sailed into port could with hours 1
get away every twenty-four
with his pockets' turned inside", out, a Friday from :Now. York, ami will /getaway
Work on the approaches to the new well dressed! nice looking unknown sometime this week with its ear- You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin.You'll .

briilge is being pushed along and by young white man was found near I, go, bound for Denmark. Seven steamships be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the ,,
spring the big structure will take New: Smyrna, about !) o'clock Sun ,
( are now in port at Tampa and
shape and we can then! think about its day night. He was found. just. noithof \Port Tampa( for phosphate!, every one boys think of the old front line in France!

completion. This will ,b.. as great allndv.'I.tiM..mcnt the city limits on the main Dixie carrying JIIM( ) tons or more, and not a P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality I And,
for Jacksonville us the Highway road to Daytona. Physicians ,day but one or more phosphate.
passes let it slip into your think-tank that P. A. is made by our exclusive
million dollar which has
new depot, "say' it may be! several daysbefore steamers arrive or "sail.'
been freely! commented! on by the "tllte"I'I' he regains consciousness' and patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance

>lM and outside papers.'' he may ,die before coming to. It is Richard (""reach a well known negro that you can hit smoke-record-high-spots seven days out of ,

said. he! was ..sandbagged as thro was was shot and killed. Friday night every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I
William K. Kedding: a well-to-do no mark of any kind about his head or by ;M. A. Iinlll'dhit at the lower {
farmer, I living near I'edl'oIariun! body, and robbery was indicated as Wukulla bridge, near St. Marks, and
county was killed. a few days ago.He the motive of the foul deed.Preparations Kinard was later shot. and killed by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C- .

wa- driving a team of mules! to n I Deputy Sheriff ('h..h.lol'J'i"on; brother -
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.stalk puller when in some way he got have been completed | of Sheriff :Morrison" when hei
caught in the goal ing and was thrown for the rarest. I'vt'nt1' staged on i I Kinard! ) resisted, arrest. After killing llloM'd, tile holl-c III, .lUehe MIMll'e.' '
the fall hi nock the waters of Lake Worth. that of to II point wllele. tl" de-lied, /llk'lltanil ,'
to the ground and in alegalized the negro, Kinard .drew his
was broken. Ho is survived! by a wife hunt for the! sacred seacow revolver threatening to shoot ')'- I I liaek irioumlwi.. appned bj Mi ,'

and six children. of the Seminole.the, historic mammal lone in !l lrht. J Deputy! ;Morrison want Phyioc.Hunters.
bettor known perhaps. us the man t notified and. armed with a warrant. Old Santa
!Some'; thirty years ago the Waddell! atee. FishcTmen familiar with every! for Kinard's Ul'I't't'I'nt after him. I I near tile' Sim an tire n\ei.
brothers planted a grove of -10,01)0) cocuiinut foot of these waters and in the After Hearing Kinard's house, Morrison about two miles from Whit"1 SpringFlu. -.
trees at (Cape Sable in South employ of Charles Kennedy! of the wqnt through, to the rear, where ., were very much surprised, Thin -
Florida! and now have! the largest Atlantic Fish Company, have nlreudylocated he met Kinard, who raised. a shotgun day when they ran upon the skeleton, Clans HasArrived "
grove in the United States. The Cocoanut two herds of the seacows with threatened to shoot. It was then .of H man in a thick clump of scrub ""IIIwtt.
palm is a tree! that will tolerate in a very few miles from here, and t that I Deputy( !Morrison. shot and killed ... Tho find wns mn.le on what i-
considciuhle' quantities of salt and the capture of at least two of those him. At a coroner'inquest the known us the (Cone land. By the -ideof :
grows well near salt water which ordinary rare mammals is practically assured"' .deputy was exonerated.' the. bleuchi but tinilistillbeil, boneof At
kills the roots of other plants. so that the moving picture men invited a man lny 1"'lI1l1in..f. a gun.
to participate will not be tlisapDocuments The crank-shaft broken the sea- The wooilen "t'I'k< had. long since" returned

Relatives of Burton Sisson, an aged ."..".;."........1" ;..n. ..).,..-.;.... .nvnn..tI..nu I' .-......." skiff Kingfisher, ton hours out from to dust and .only the barrel. remained
and wealthy hardware of Cuba, X. Y. the (iraml. Bahama*, loaded with KM) ', showing it In have bei-n an"Id SHRIVER'SEvery j
Wednesday' received, word that he hail. on airplane developments cases or more of whiskey. was compelled fiishioncil doiihlc-biUTP 1 ll'.-boregun .
been robbed and murdered Ilt'lirIi.: said to be from the files of the? Tuesday morning to call for the of the mu//.le loading variety
ami, Flu., while traveling alone in his War Department, were recovered near aid of a fisherman's, boat to tow her HOW almost entirely' out of date. The .
automobile. Dr. Lawrence Sisson, of Tampa and Charles Alexander Francis in to I'aim Beach port and the presence in all's .shoes' were in decayed' state
New: York a son, was communicated Vucorron, formerly an employe( on the! Kingfisher of lOll III'mOl'e where his. feel hud fallen. in decay.
with by telephone and left ut once forMiami. in the signal corps headquarters, Min cases of whiskey was thus disclosed. Finding this skeleton, recalled to ,residents
: jail here in default of $:;.000 bond. A part of the illicit cargo of White Springs( that perhaps' "
on u charge of Rending obscene matter was captured one of the men on this fifteen years II go 1wo men named llerndon year Old Santa
The finest and largest menhaden by express while the federal Kingfisher was arrested the boat mid llutchinsnn became lost u-
fish. ('vl'l'cau"ht in Fernandina waters grand jury at Jacksonville is investigating will be lib lIld! by the federal government bout the same time, and, nothing has
arc nn'.v hei'ig' brought :in b.< t the Seminole the papers! which were! discovered and owners and, members of ever been. heard of either, one of thesesince. Claus makes his head
and :Marine Fisheries Fertilizer in a trunk shipped to him from I the Kingfisher's ('I'ClIIl'e' liable to arrest This led to the belief that the
and Oil ('om pan it'''. These campanies \\'a"hinlrton.'ueol'I'on was arrested. on two or more charges and prosecution skeleton might" have been one of the.
are both running at full capacity ami ut u camp he established on the outskirts in both the state and, federal missing. men. At the time of their disappearance quarters at Shriver'sStore.
turning out large quantities of mate of the F.verglades, near FortMyers courts. Hut the larger part of the liquorrunners' ( it was. thought that perhaps .
rial. Shrimp fishing. is also .doing ; yesterday. and was brought .stock escaped confiscation they had been murdered or drowned
well just. now, but difficulty i is, being here toda)'. He claims the! papers were and already! is in process of distribution. in the river.Itlt.VDIOKD. He has already
experienced in "securing sufficient labor given to him .
to take care of the catches. \ IS: ; liST! :: ;

Two hundred residents of Plant city Louis DeKlndo, a former technical arrived with his stock j
The body of Karl Courtney, of 12:11\:! and vicinity scoured the country for expert with N'ormu' Tnlmadge, win I I-Mitor;, Telegraph :
J I1 Kast Union street. Jacksonville, the Sidney A. Moris, alias.'Whitney" and I confronted Thursday with a technical 1 WHS in liriidford .i.unty quite, awhile
\Iti-ycar-old negro boy who was drowned a confederate who are wanted Chester i problem: of a new order. ;Mr. I DeKlude i Ilnd met lotof her people and of Toys and other
in the river on November 2:3.: was Pa., for murder. and, who urn churFcil ,' (cume to .Jacksonville a few I found! the most hospitable! people
found at Dames !Point half way to with attempting to hold up Harry 'I weeks ago with \Vrny !Physioe and there that I ever met" ,and they were
:\Iayp".t, and turned over to Lawton L. Askew and family us they were .his company of Facts and Follies, lie all in II fix for :South: Florida. I told Christmas goods for '1
I'rutt. undertaker. The boy was employed motoring near Plant "City Sunday i was necessary to :Mr., I'hysoic as a them that they were in the best. county .
by the Jacksonville Forwarding! J\\ ltht. Jerome! Heurn who cum e to I blazer! of rails-that is. cinemutogruphicully I wns ever in ; that they were absolutely
Company' and fell from a tug bout into Plant City several days ago with the speaking, his position i it < I sleeping on a gold mine. I was the 1919 gift season. ..JI
the river at the foot Washington two men and who was driving whenarrested <> execute the improbable, things atemperamental on the Indian river and, the mosquitoes
-t( ivot. Err..tlt. at that time to recor a Huick six that hud boon I director may cull for.When ( made it hot for IMM; I went from I
... hibody proved futile.Preparations taken from the man murdered in Petisylvaniu :Mr. Physioc yesterday considered there to Winter Haven' u grcnt orungo -
was lodged, in the county- ; the location of an old house IIM u country, and it'" nil are being completed jail on charge of murder und highwayrobbery. subject for one of his pictures, he "remarked single men. but men with families. all
at (Oldsmar to produce large quantities I to DeKlade that the' house live out of paper sticks and thiI.is
,1: IIf wood. to be sold I as fuel, in order to might do well enoughonly it was enough for any ,sensible. men fo ,nav to see the many pretty
.',, a--ist the Southern regional committee At I.akelfrt.cI at noon. Wednesday, impossible to photograph. Action about it ; I went from there to the
of the United !States' Fuel .Admin \\'. f'. Hammond contractor at Tampa, Klndc: undaunted employed thiily' Atlantic Coast and th<' (' untry was u<
,istration. Col.\ George' Selby is .directing was instantly killed and. his fifteen- n"ltl'n"h..., under hi" supervision. Mat a.. n pan ruke urn I half knee-deep, things we have for
.. a /good I force of men who have yen r-old, daughter Louise, received in- - in water, so I hnd to abandon< this and ,
been taken off other work in order to I juries from which she died a few hours TIIK,: REASON':; WHY get out on dry.: land to wait for cooler'
help relieve the coul situation. Supplies ;; later at a local hospital, as a result of weather II nIl thf water to dry up.! their amusement this .'
will be available hento soil to the Hammond car being struck by an i\l;: "l.inafion (;Jhcnhicli Explains Now to all of lilY friends in Iliad- '\
nearby markets in auto truck loads, .\. C. L. freight train at the crossing Ellicncjr of 101 Tonic ford, take this from, lilt., ami stay
I and carload. lots will be in reudim-s just west of Lake Alfred. Hammond There are three important ingredient where' you urn. I can't say when I Iam glad Christmas time. ;
for -hipment north..Announcement i nnd his iluuirhter were rl'turninjfrom;\ in Dr. Williams, 101 Tonic, each coming to sec you. but when I dowe
J Dnytona to Tampa, and were going ata one of which has nn Important duty. will thoroughly thrush out the
has been made of high rate of speed and evidently They arc Quinine, Iron and Magnesia. rune and potato proposition. and I will .\
the signing of the contract which tnured :! failed to see the train although bystanders The quinine' in the tonic clears the help you to make the flat' woods bloom' (
'I. -' the erection of a mammouth'' said the train whistle had blood of all influenza, malaria or other us a rose in June.I .
hotel and I bungalow colony on the blown several times for the crossing harmful (terms. The iron builds up I would writ< personal letters tosome
Fountain of Youth "ite" and adjacent i it | and the hell was ringing at the time the rich, healthy strengthening blood of you but am on the go and
,property, in North City. St. Augu-- of the accident. which puts stamina into the weakened would not get the answeiTell "'11'-
body and the magnesia acts gently ry I'ink.ston I am still. i the chickenbusiness. THE SHRIVER COMPANY

1 St t. of Ohio. City of Toltdo< < Luet Since the railroad. wreck of last on tho liver and bowcN, cleaning away I must J say a word to II.
County us Thursday morning, in whiih KngineerfJeorge the accumulated poisons. (i. Crawford, the ISlufkwi-ldi'rs and
Frank J. Chenrjr. make oath that h. I.t Unlor
... partner of the firm of F. J. Cheny ,I U. Lord of Jacksonville lost This combination is of known !Nettles.: Hope all ur Co., doing bunlneii' In th.. .fltt'ft: i his life!, a wrecking train and crew of worth for the treatment of Colds, ready to plant cane and potatoes.Don't .
l.do, County ami Stat* afor* *l BROOKER FLORIDA
nil firm will pnv th. of ONK HUN.DRED men have been almost constantly employed I.aOrippe, Fever, Chills, Influenza, wait until time to dig to start
(, DOLLARS for : mc of Catarrh in repairing and clearing the ami :Malaria. your crop. UNCI.K= ; ,CKOROR. ,
that cannot b. rur.d. by the of
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HAUU8 CATARRH MEDICINE.: I IS.01'ft i track, clearing the debris from the I During last year's Influenza epidemic .
FRANK J. CHENEY.; right of way, and salvaging parts of the lales of 101 Tonic increased 1'I.NK: III J.I.
ta before tn. and "uhrlhi>rt Inmy
prusnc.. this 6th day of Deeemb.r, the wreckage and freight not consumed I over 500 per cent This is proof - .
A. D, 1386.IVl by fire that destroyed eleven of the a-plenty of the value of this remedy Pine Hill, (Jp.r. !!}.-K w. T. T.
wa' .
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CATARRH on.& n Internally I .anil arta through' th. Blood. under which Engineer Lord I first s'gn of "flu" or malaria use Dr. here Saturday and Sunday. Quite a number of people! from thU Kdwurdt; WII.i a visitor to
th. Muroui
on Surfacaa of th.. 8rit
Druorortll". 760. Ttitlmonlali fr... m. met his death and which was lying I Williams 101 Tonic. A 25 and 60 Miss Tave Andreu returned to her section attended the unveiling at New i Urooker Saturday afternoon.T. .
F, J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Obtu with wheel.4. up, has been righted and cent bottle may be procured at your home Sunday after spending several River Sunday.C. L. Willis was in Worthirtg-ton on '
pfaced on a temporary switch track, I drugstore. days here
preparatory to being hauled to rail- Accept no substitutes.-Adv.-1. Mrs. C. M. Andreu returned to her H. Xewsom was in Worthington business Saturday aft mtJon.







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fl TAGS; FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA nmM Y, DECEMBER) 19, IIII! !
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Bradford County y Telegraph I I could the) owner be placed In in StArke the public such streets a tree The Legal Rights I were Until a these single two woman.sections" of the statutes I 1 I i lows"A: married woman's M-IMI.U 1.

without being molested fur we havethe became laws! a married women instate tate or personal projn-rt\! : ,

I .blislic'd Weekly, and entered an Preya'd I t he st behaved boys to be found 1 the of Florida could not bring a charged in equity and sold, 'ln,, ',",
anywhere But then we have no mil- i suit involving any of her rights/ or u.se-s, rents and profits I then' f , ,
clash. nm Her at the 1 .>Ht-nice( a t' ; think they been truted for th" ,,
Ii, "111'"om./ here who Of Women Of Florida property without first having pun.-hii.-c nun' (,
starkFlorida, 'I sal who thti.si = but under the of for I thing
eon do as they please' i made a free dealer provisions ; or money or il h i iany
i s, : a hall example for other be.ys.iiiiit I of ,said statutes she can bring agreement modi- by her, ill

1t > S. ", VTl IIE\VS. Editor and Ownci ---- I'.* --- ------ actions either' in equit} ,,1' common for. the, beiK-fit 'If> hi rer.nl> ',,; ,e' ,

$ .p J. C. KOtilNSON! ;.; : Associate Edito r'' \ \ i' in n South Florida paper I At the r lr<|'iiv-t cif tinWniiiaii's. <1'1,1. -ti-y-1,1 tci enjoy" tin priuec'iK, of it- law ulf'c.tinh..r/: rights in r..lIll'IItute, ty; or for the price of nny p", .

,,,n plains, that in a previous, letter to of J tuike-; this, paper was wiittcn !iMrs. > nntal! and use without any liability and she can sue in common law for the purchased by her or fur Inb! ,

that 1 leiiinml. when he had complainedof I : I D.) I I':';. Knight uiiij !read' before tin- for the -ame to the wife, which statutory recovery of her wages, but she an- I material used! with her know I, i iasint !
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1010 ECEl\ iE-R. 1919 IM.mg, troubled] by se>ot from nin elute nt the Uciemlier meeting :Ml-. provision is Suction :228: !) of the I. not bring a soul in eq.i J ty; "i" 'ui common in the construction of I III N! '.<

' 'iirhlionng chimney the printers hilt! J Knight is well <|uulili<>rl tn write on Revised, Statutes of Florida of 100'i'1, law involving any other property or repairs or improvements .'..
+ C 7ii i _IMIW TI r "' r. ...., L.RI'NAT:' mail, ,it t "-nie>"ke-." lie says heis "nl- this subject at she has been admittedto and reads as follows: rights without the joinder of her" elf proper)". or for ngri''i! i tat,,I nr ",

-- 415; ; \uivs mi"unlcrlltoclIl.Ve opine that the bar, and has studied, legal subjects ,|, "The property of tit! wife shall remain by her husband or next friend us lubor :bestowed<1 then, i 10 with I I. .
1 2 3 | he ,is in the habit of writing his messages for 11 number of years. The I legislative 'I in the cure and, management of that she ciin sue her husband in equity knowledge: or consent"

; on> wrinkled and) not over clean committee of the Woman's the husband but he shall not chargefor for divorce alimony, or for the custody 1 Until this provision of out pr','

t 1 8901112j314I15J6171819J2Q! paper bags, with a "blind" pencil and Club of Starke will send this paper to his cure and management nor shall of her minor child) or for the constitution became effcctiMa i n'

that some words of his! writing must the bureau of information of the Florida the wife be entitled to sue her husband support of such chiM' d without it"1joinder rigid! woman could not be "sued ill ,

: I be gue-ssc-d" at from the context and l Federation) to be used l by ether for the rent hire issues proceed of cither i t I her Inslmiu+ or next court in this state, and she earn' .
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Ill<' guessing may be wrong. lie clubs. ):*, or profits of her said property. friend therein. sued in the common law < nnrt-" ..r. ,

2122232426'27r ( '' should either got a typewriter or else The question of women's rights in the Section<< 2ii!>0 of said 1 1 revised! statute- There is one section of the tutnt s state ,today, "neither, < nn, n .i'd'| .

: ,- '! nit tumbling the paper.) United States has been constantly discussed provides, as follows: of Florida that 1 especially desire to lie entered against her. 1'h 1 'I'i '

28293031 'C - -r I for years, but i.s I possibly mare "The husband l wife shall in call to your! attention, which is the her property can be ronehed! ( to f
J J __ I ,o.tiI iiant :Muynurd, "the (lying prominent nt the present time than at all sales., transfers liiatn, n i

- par' -nn," has been sn \veirshipped anili any time in the past, for the world, the of the wife.conveyances" this state the right to will .heir bill in equity, and after" nil I h. : .
I lelte-d I over his late vi i: toriotix flight feels greatly indebted to women for From property property us tiny, might' lit :'n-, \lo $tli--" ,'!ity h&)s been subjected to th ,

; AM EmCAN RED CROSS II'e "IM-S thf country, till he thought it their great efforts during the late war readily be the seen above that two while sections the it wifehas can same extent 'ind, effect. as a man uhu, li ment of her separate oblie-ii'i; ,

n i s, uiinot! neie-siiry to bridle his tongue I and it is now in the hearts of the citizenship the statute is :Section: 2270 of the revised 1 court i is l powerless to enter a in'"
right. to all kinds
and
., (II.. told a representative of the Anti- of this country to give them of own any statutes of I I'MM' ) ";, and reads as follows : that would stand. against In, i r; "
in Florida the husband
1 ;si''! .mi I (Lc ague that had not some of largely anything' in reason that they if !property! "A married woman may dispose of ,, thi.s I.'.- pest I11l1rl'lell.m, ,n, I h, >
so inclined i take the entire income
i can i r
th.itber" aviators who took part in ask for The intellectual and moral of the, wife's from her her property, both real] and personal, great advantage over nn' II, f.. i
(tiiins-rontinentnl nice been boooli development can be gauged almost en and she i is property shecnnnotsue by last will and testament in the same I( can be sued in any court Ih"JI, I i!
helpless to
>'lit.! '.is. In-. would neit l l.ave a Won Now tirely by the rights and position, both him Neither recover she as manner us if she were not married, I erty sirttjoctod to the pnynn, nt ", r
h.. will 'Ii''1\t'tn preivebefore I t tit elirector socially and civilly of women, and tin- of can convey even though/ she be a mmon'." ': obligations, and if m.l .utIi"I"I'1" j t t tpity
i if of 1 the air service; the truth of his good old! United States of America or dispose any of her property I \ same, judgments ui1 !leftt.n I I
i h 1 either personal or real without the j Until this .statute was 1'11'\ in'l
f wy, ,I + -.tiiti-mont. and that will not"be ple-as- leads, the world in the rights grantedto husband foins in the sale of the same. Sl l. the married women of this state : against them and any pmpeitv) t tl J

nnl lie is "seirry he spoke. women, and the tune' is rapidly Under the laws of Florida( the husband did not enjoy this great! pnvilege.And might accumulate/ in the fuUno!) ., ,' !
dawning in this country when the be liable! to such jiidcini: nts.
while oftenenk) great
cannot dispose of interestin it may a )(
I Santa
buys his' Fruits, Nuts and Candiesfluor as its mon, and, experience. in our out the wife Joining in the execution right of control of property and profits does not apply to married women au i 1'"

tiW A I Snollgreive near the elepot. courts indicate, that her rights will be11o..e of the deed thereto, but he may dispose derived from the wife's separateestate have been. made free( dealers., as ti. ,

"J / closely enforced if any thing of all other real property owned, there is some consolation in arc as liable as men.
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& ,z\ Edward: Smith who> was arrested than the rights of menThe to
I by him except n third interest known the fact that we have the right
HEALTHANDAMI lust work' in Sturke on suspicion of civil rights of women vary in as the Bowery right of the wife with designate to. whom the property shall : C, A. :Mixon is recovering from ,i

a \i/HAPPY NEW YEAR having stolen a bicycle, and, held, in the different states of this country, I out her joining in the execution of a descend '' strums attack of illness, and hi-,
eustoely" by :Mayor Hoover to await for in some states her rights are at ho will soon be hale and
deed friends
A to the same. That is, a deed Section :2! of Article XI of our present hope
further' developments, was wanted, in present, in regard to her property, made by the husband alone to the state constitution provided as fol- i i hearty again
r+ Oil has been poured on the troubled Tampa. :Monday; a police detective the same as those of men, but in this homestead is absolutely! void withoutthe

Waters of the coal strike and most <>1 f from that city came here and brought state there is some difference, : madebetween wife joins therein, but deed to -
the miners! have gone to work again, Smith back with him. Chief Kite will the and I will und a I ': : tfFQS1it11iiCtIlNWlt9)SitIft ) I
I sexes try any other real estate owned by himis ;kiiillDQ! :lQtl.O'; : : "lflQQ.1mcJjfjJlQcmmnm) ;) i1 1 Ctt!) S4tQ
tI of benefit, probably receive a reward for his arrest I'
Hut! oil is only temporary treat some of those differences. sufficient to convey his two-thirds t I

l Its effect is" soon gone and then we will I might say to begin with that in interest. without the wife joining in

have more trouble. Florida a feme sole seems to have the said deed lie can also dispose of all Santa Claus Knows
l Snellgrove has a fresh stock of Nuts : j
same civil right as those of men, and his personal property. in any way he
f The Highlands Pilot published at Fruits and Candies. We invite you to
the distinctions made by our laws relate desires without her joining in the
is the latest addition to look them over before buying
Avon Park, yourChristmas
only to married women. sale, but the wife is powerless! to dispose around town
the galaxy of Florida papers. As it goodies.SHOOTING, I After looking
Sec. 1 of Article XI of the Constitution of any property that she may I '
is George W. Adams we
edited by
I of 1883: provides! that "All own and pass good title thereto. with-
!: ( ( : !SCUAPKSunday : property discovered
5 need not say that it holds full measure. Santa Claus has
+ I real and personal, of a wife owned out the husband joining in the sale
Success to liro. Adams in his I
by her before marriage or lawfully of the same, unless! the wife has previously -
new venture. ployes of night Powell several& Powell colored, naval em- acquired afterwards by gift, devise been made a free dealer, as provided the right place, and knows

bequest, descent or purchase, shall be for in Sections 1955 to 1958, inclusive I
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The Telegraph. sympathizes with stores operators, were gathered at the
l I her separate property and the same of the revised statutes of where he his
+ can sup-
j Col. Hobt. W. Davis of Gainesville, home of Kph Thomas, ast of the I procure
shall not be liable for the debts of her Florida! 19015, and if by an order of
in the loss of his daughter, Mrs. A. S. still. A heated dispute arose over
husband without her consent given the court of sheIs
competent jurisdiction ply of usefulChristmas
"Williard. Her death was sudden and Borne trifling matter between Simeon :
by some instrument in writing, executed made a free dealer she would then
untimely. She died from injuries sustained Jones and Joe Graham, and Jones!
I ; according to the law have the take of and
respecting right to charge
drew and, shot Graham in the /
when she was struck by an automobile a pistol i
conveyances by married women. manage her own estate to contract
] while on a visit to WiiHhing- right. arm, after which he made his es- Presents
This being a constitutional provision and be contracted with, to sue and be
ton, I n. C. i cape' good.Grahnm!.
same cannot he changed, by any sued and to bind herself in All respects I
; is steady man and a hard
k The Tavurcs chamber of commercehas worker, while Jones has at times fig- statute and this provision definitelygives as if she were a feme sole I
issued a folder descriptive of Lake I ureel, in the court for law infringemends. the right to married, women of Section 251)2!): of said revised statutesof ; : You will agree with him when
.y Florida to own property.The Florida provides us follows)) : ,
county.t The folder aims at telling the Graham's wound is not serious II)
legislature of Florida "A married, shall)) have the
Y\ .. was powerless woman : line.
unvarnished! truth only yet what it : you see our
to pass any effective legislation! right to bring suits or actions for or xay
. has sounds tempting that
to HO
Fay in derogation! of the above constitutional concerning her real estate, without
Luke county look for u great influx ('/IIIII' take! a look at Snellgrove'sHtejek t
may
provision to take from its women joining. her husband! or next friend."
of new settlers this win ,'r. eif fruits Nuts and Candies before .
doing. your Xmas shopping.1LtMPTON the right to own property, but as: And Section 2I:1;;!):! of said, statutes provide Scott Drug CO. [
i said constitutional. provision said as follows: ",1 married woman's
Adrian P. Jordan. after having put
na
nothing about their rights of controlling wages! and earnings. acquired by her
I'unta iorda; on the map and later assisting : ;;
in swelling his town into n I propelty it left iwloophole for the in tiny employment separate from her yt ..
t law makers of our state and they, inth.ir husband shall he her separate property I
harness Ie-c. 10.-1\Irll. S. S, Po-/- a :
fi city has laid the editorial Hampton ( PHONE 12 ;
I wisdom, or luck of wisdom, in and subject to her own disposal
aside: and entered other business. The her, of Norfolk Va., i is the guest of -
I the 1815: law permittingn and she shall bo entitled to forand ..
4 year passed a sue jot
+ editor of the Herald is Paul K. I :MrK., R. Walterson this week.Fred .
new husband to control his wife's prop- recover the same. as though she Qi.Jf.IOIDtJtnnIlX!(:: R1 oGCEKK! 'fflCXiO.rnOO! :! t53. .QcIIIDf.T.JlQ.tiJUJJ) ( ?;=
r fiurrett, u well known newspaper non.j I Haven' of Drunker, bus accepted I
I ; The Telegraph bus nothing but the 'a position as clerk in the union ele
best wishes for the retiring and the I pot here. ---.

new editors of the I Hernld. :\11'.'. S. :M. Douglass, of Norfolk.
I I ,'n? is the guest of her father and, I .

Among the many handsome Christmas ,,111..1111'1'1: r, and :Mrs. C. H. Bishop, If 11

editions coming to thi!<" e iico! is this work. .SUGGESTIONS
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'I' one by the Williston Progress, edited I :Mrs. I K. r1IlInt: Welborn., is I CHRISTMAS

j and published I by Mr.: J. T. Lewis who spending, a few days with her son. \\".

i.s pleasantly! remembered by many C. ilunt.1lrs .
\ IIl"tlllford county people/ :! as editor of : h'. K.: I Henry has us he-r 'guests I
the I Kaiford: Tribune. :Sir. Lewis is this. week, her 1I1"II'r.Ir'l.: :
'e giving! the people of Williston n !good I of
J t- paper and they are showing( their appreciation sister, :\rr, and :Miss Henry\1"N"J\II\1 Let us help you decide what to give the folks this Christmas

: of his work by liberal patronage ''I Church N. .J,

Little Cnlhl'l'inl.VI'I'lIt, who ha'- J
been quite sick for several wl'l'k'l. is I If your husband loves to hunt, camp or fish, we have a present that will

i+ ': Extreme: rold.s in the Western states t recovering.Mr. please him more than anything; else.

and flocAl l suffering in the Southern i : and :Mrs. Claud flirt are all

states north of us, should make us smiles over n little son who arrived,
t thankful because we live in Florida ''lit their homo ])"'. 10th. Gold Medal Camp Cots, Camp Stools, Shotguns and Shells, Kamp

1; Severe cold 1 weather is unknown here I Mr: I'. :M. Dover) who has be-on Kook Stoves Thermos Lunch Kits and Thermos Bottles Fishing
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and no hearth" needs, ever luck a cheerful i visiting friends and relatives in North
-. wood lire when chilly weather Carolina, returnee! to her home last Rods, Tackle Boxes, Reels, Lures, Daylo Flashlights. +'

makes it desirable.!!' The location of I week. She was nccomponie-d by her
the state and its topographical features grmiildauirhtor.,(,( : :Mattie povi-r
f11 make) inundations, except in I.'ul li>- 1f( r. Price, of Graham was a visitor, Has your boy a rifle? Every boy must have one sooner or later How

\ instances. impossible.) I here :Monday.Dr. about startii g him off right this year? We have .22 calibre rifles for boys

i W. K:. Middlctnn was uttondng:
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at prices ranging: : from $4,00 to 1000. .
The house committee on foreign. affairs to professional business here Frielav.Mr
Washington begun! to debate! II : *. Wiley. Jones and children! wishto

the Irish republic claims Friday. The thank the people of Hampton and You could not give a more useful gift: to your boy than a bicycle. We have
Irish I for the kind, services rendered -
us an vicinity
lIe 8ion was! as stormy
I wake. The ,'nmmilt..1'11" between daring! :Mr. Jones' sickne-ss Wo only the best grades from $40.00 to $50.00 each

tho devil and the deep sea. Losing thank the never tiring physician, Tr .

I the Irish: vote for themselves\ i is, no hunter fur his many faithful elTorts A pair of Ball Bearing:: Roller Skates would be the VERY THING to make
I trifle, and involving this country in to preilono! life anti lessen pain Wonre I
t' trouble with F.nglund: is also a serious nlsn thankful for the many beautiful your boy or girl happy on Christmas morning. \Ve have these at $2.85 per

matter." We fear the question of i floral e.lTe-rings" which wore- presented pair.We .
recognizing the Irish remiblic will be nil n I last token of )love" and
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drawn out even longer than that of I pee-t to nor loved nn", :Mrs. \ r"1

I It nettling! the treaty matter. Tones .T, V Jones :Mrs.: II. Y. !':a'Con. I have a complete assortment of Daylo flashlights, bulbs and balteries.

Mrs. :Aldriilgo Pyal.Mr. will make appropriate gifts.
t A cock-and-bull, story ,Is, going: the : Leonard. Kicklitei, of Starke. They very

rounds! of the papers purporting to won the guest of his sister I :Mrs II. H.f .

I explain' the principle upon which the I e-iirer.; !Sunday': We have lots of other presents to select from. Come in and let us help you i
'. big German cannon, that shelled ParIt I j \\'. C. Hunt wa called, this week to I'I '
.t at a distance of 75; miles was con- I i Pa lirr Ga.. where ho has accepted 1I ai out in your selections.

: utructed. The information wan. given, i position with the railroad company.

i it i it alleged, by a Gorman major, who I| .J, F. Kicklitor anti family, of Starko

r 'I t Was in command of the buttery that ,' were visitors to Hampton Sunday. .. -...... .- - ._-- .
t worked the cannon, to an American I lintel Hnmpton ehnngoel hands ln-' -

officer. As according to the description I Monday: wh.'nIr: Thos. Pyal took
given certain laws of nature and ,'hnrl!" -. 1
of mathematics' would! have to be annulled I I At the meeting of Ih.Ia"onie: lollop, I

,t A the Ht r>' n ill .soon be provento Vi. 12': Trnirsdnv evening. P'-o.' t Ilh, II QUIGLEY LUMBER and SUPPLY COMPANY !

) ; be a hoax. | the- following. eitllc'-rs were elected : I
',,, J. :Mullndv.. :M.
.. J The editor of the Guir-avilli: New I A. A. Purd.-n. ,JV.. I .. In ournew: quarters next door to Darby's Store '

'. complains that boys of the public W. H. Alexander. S. W.H 1 ;

.school there are in the habit; of partly I Ft Wiggins.' Treasurer Lumber Building Material General Hardware Goods
( destroying a beautiful holly tree on I c, K llnrnor. Seeretarv.Ifrv. Sporting

prn ate premises everyyear at the Armstrong filled, his regular
time when the tree is full of rot berries appointment at fluntist church Sat- liP j I a.

, in spite! of the protestation of urdav vpninir and Sunelay: r
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Gaiety Theatre in Alligator swamp, have been rebuilt. : ;i,

There Hhould be an iron bridgp all the :

WilY across the .swamp to Iniure anafe \ Practical Gift Suggestions for Men '

Bits of LocalInformation I (!IJhruituuui IflrrU 1I : and uninterrupted thoroughfare ;

at all time!*. The constantly. iiureaartt i

SIX NIGHTS I' \ volume of water )passing throuRh i ihe and Boys

"h ( ,,swani makes a )permanent roniln i I

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< ross it nearly Impo"Rible.
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Our f Mmtnj :\10\\;; ) . 01-:('. 2-: :
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""'4-"* "* u.. C.mtr .rut /"..... A .lacksonville man who took in the I SHIRTS:
itturiiw Dailies puture show nt the Uaiety; tho other I .

J niuht expressed hia aHtoninhment I t'I,
__..-. ,i I IN i I over the IIOJHC", made by the children\ ,
rinu.\:( ) THE PINK: : HOSES i iI I II which he said would not be allowed inhiscfity. i. I Crepes ,;
Dolls and Toja at Sternbenfs. at Stump's.Itryun r "
This noise U nnnoyiiiK to I,
- ---- -- I Frtini a no\el of the same name I f

kius|> u full limo of hay and (.;. \V. Alderman the rflicivut eashirr ,i by Katherine llatil.itul Ti> l lur. mnny who attend the show and some "I Percales :.
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probably, do not attend at all 6:
grain. IJ-U-tf.: !I of Knrmeis and Tiaders Bank of hit h.nuu iinil' cliiiim <>f Mnrii,>n I'm',ICThmt. f persons i ; .
__ linn n tlHtm. whirh crllipinnd opi'cinl on this account."Tho I \ I
with SilksCrepe
hands Tub
I.uki Hutler was shaking \\iili.|> hn\r ni'Mr tlnil I of puiHUlnK diirlnall :.
O.V.. Mjul iif Graham: wus in'town hit ninny Staikc fnt-nd-- Saturday.I'ireworks ., IINHI f"w ihL'iilrli-nl .1'1I."n. A ji'iiim c'rl.' . :\ : \ : i
Wednesday.Xmus ..111I"\ l h.r tit no. Minn, Diui.n n'\' i ,... Quiprley I Lumber A Supply Co.hae .
.. tin lli-Hl' ,in tlu' rhnitm nf n .---.:::: cle Chine "
fW pulilir 1I.nd.\\ men at woik on Bllnk"I'l.: T.nit'h's i: :
I ) ftesh from the faoloij *\nMm'* nil 1 ciinril) whi ,it> lit r diiittty, ..& / :
('.n,','- and liooklutx, also I friMi (C"hnrm "f at Canon's fI'Utore.: iitttncti'il Ih.* jitt.nlioM <.f flnII This. buildine will be entirelyremodeled 1\\ "
Conks foi all : street Evervvear Hose
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IIll'S.1ol'gnn's. I ..
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liilii... .'.II'e.' "n.ell..UlI\ Ihc'III', .. ...'... nllk,'. ; .
I .... and additions\ built. The \
-- '- MII"'c'' I1n".. wno ,.r..min.nllv '" In .1)M I i
(o. T. :NMson of Snxton had bumin i :Mr. anil :Mi.1. L. Jennings, afurvisilmur Chin." "1."r'IcI'. F..tlit.. .... "nh TIny" Company nlso have tho contract for ..'. .1. -,
ivlatifhero, left Sunday ,h.. "Cl.nllory OI.\\." lit ,. n"", ,, WDM I>lnz. l Regal Tiesi
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1"1'1" remodeling K.: B. Shipmnn's residence ,
in Staiko
Saturday. I (" .Ih '" :I'CI. r 1I'h.. 111' ,,,.., dnwn Ihr ; .h S. .
-- -. I Irl'n's for Bradentown.. to "I"n| 's I.nlh ..r 1I..IIlwn, ).. ,,,..\ ,h.. "' ..., h III1'" ent of Stnrkv, and I to put an addition : ,

ri.innd Shirts 75: cents with ;Mi.. JiiniiinKs"' mother.Do . I .":'.,. : I:':' ''':'iK l (''It Illinilnlliini', ,',;' ': "iKhl :' ii"l: ;, to :Mrs. Joe Kinley' ronidence, (. i I .,If.. Bonar I

-- ( i.f Mm.. limits l hllr', i ""'"I south of town 'Mil I
at Stump's. I'm. > un inn in li I ICo ,. ., 1 as
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_ _ I >otir Christmas shopping 1"( I. 'Ii i ui' n'nl dm''il "ritliiniln which p w Ii __ } .. Stet
i on
,, ,'llIi" .| ,In i iiM.iiuitii.' i.. In r fli.l :S.'I.'cliii ..
(1)V.. :Moon, of ThoresHU was in. lit Sternbere's.Mrs. "1,,. ,. irtniv: I in mi IMSK itosris! !. Cury A. llnrdee, of 1.1\',' Onk ; Caps"

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li/.ubeth Drownlce went to !: 'ol. I1111'd'l'> wns electioneeriiiK ] ". .'A. .,

Tnl.o \niir" i'irirt to Bryan. Ho pnys! Palatka last week to spend a few days TPf. lJ.Y.. BEe. :!:I- : in a manner that captivated theoters (

the highest market price. 12-12-tf. ( nt the home of ( '01. and :Mrs. A. V. : \ and he made II'ry (11I0.im.\ '
ALVAREZ
J. M.
- Long. 3JmfrrIN pti'-sion henlie is not an idaealist : ) !

Cut Flow i i'- fitnii :Mills. Place your !I I hut n J>1'ndic'ul man. fully' competent1to : 'I

ordi-i for Xina-s I'lowcra with Mitchell. Mr. and Mr... J. T. Quigley motored VBXCSKAM'K; : : : OP IHWANP: : fill the iriiliernatorinl' oftlce with [ Drpcnilahlc Store
to Jacksonville Tuesday and will spend credit to himself and! the state.Wo I g

.T. I', rceplt'H wall a Hampton visitor I several days theiu attending; to business. | ,\dolINI from Kev IJoach's: i>mverfiil ,II,fCTIt.lCC(: CUJCJDf.II:1tI\WJeOOfJ:) : : (\ (iWCDf.11.If.U:1f.It.IIlCII.Jf.IOC.IF.cmlmlXIClC: : : )( >CJcro-oC>CIilI .

: *""tor'. A !set'en-reel J Vlta- f
to Starke Wednesday.rvnnut' I sell for t'ash! ; our prices

"graph Special sire itMsonalilo., ('aooolt's ))rug .p' ',

I sui'd dilforrnt varieties at Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, .It'iiltMiPK. wnrkf* I hi, \Ihm of million' of v,ooMHh .1 Store.I
liilly of Innsmnre, madu a lecent visit ,.1" v tti. h' 'M unlit*. rinftv. unit .ihiidly' 1
Kicklitir's.Men's ...'< |k ncn In on.*. -f, ,Hit, miml' imwirfiil t..rfm
to her patents, Ui. and :\11'1<. J. C.Will. .. ' Ilea
..Vl" .''tI'n ,." .,'''1. .10. r..II'' ...nd pur..ln"ar",1 T.OIIIH Witkovnki, of Jacksonville! < I OM ;
I ... "Iw f< ntouK. Unmnn !Mr. find Mmfeoiv .
i :: NttkvM'iir, .">0c to $2.50: <' Randolph ChiM*.r hnndnptodl thin is in Starke, a truest of lelatives. Heii !
Ktmi, .to tho Herein anil Alice Jovci* vi\v* nn a son of :Mr. and !Mrs. H. I It. Witkovslii ,
at Sternberjj's.Don't line of Ladies < 'oats. ;mU"i'}1">" Uiti'iM <>f lt. ritrlrc, thi ilfitiirlttiT. who '
I See our hiif in*'n ffd on "'tin*'nne' f ir 'w"nn"' now of Jacksonville! formerly I IS1 li: R S
forgot to visit I V. C. Jones' Coat Suits and Dresses. $1 11)0nnd <; ; ( vtuiii SH-| l"w |Mirlrn>H Marlon, wlfl"f I of Staike, and he eonies here on n r
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I Stump's.Mrs. Hi nil, 11 ; who it* lrm n to i n") liir \life I Itw .
UI) visit after an absence of seven :yenis.Dutinu
store Friday afternoon.
tin* ulotinly nf hi-r unbuild It In n Rtory'
1 1in
I hut hnlilH, you tn o. 'It hrilln. (I. rlin rm., ttt that tune> he ha.s learned the

W. R. Swunbom und :Mrs. Olson nt*>rtnln* Vi" Murlnn Puritm! flirted only i I punter's tiudc, but his specialty is !
See the liuptibt ladies Friday afternoon .
I Itn
with thi noVo" 'r'' In h 'r trnrdm V""l"
will be ilii >; articles;
," before buying jour Christmas ariived Sutul' Tor it Anil it r.on"1. I, press! woik U'hhl'\ holds a vtood position Christmas; v> us t>uun v m.iny

Kifts. for a visit with :Mr. and :'011'''. A. Swanbom nhlt to p'tr"* thtin. ,that Vi-niii hi-r fluiiirhtor hnd tn flirt nnothir nhnmi'liHiily mor < iidor with* with the Tutewiler 1'iintiiiK; 'o. my line I have a fairly good supply. Gold !

at Suxton. mi-n. thufi to nvenw her doath. It in t him thntll I!I The yoiinu man, who left here us a little
Naval stoies in carload lots have .>nb{ I1l1r"n.1ew\ Hotiln in thin mnMt Tiiii>c<> I IAdml.'un |I hoy, is well remembered\ much and gold-filled Brooches Pins Lavalliers WristWatches

Col ate's wders. Cashmere : lO IInc'' 311 ...n''. I I ikl'llIn..\ f fimK warm Kreetinps on every r.
been shipped by J. :M. Truby during Cuff and Collar buttons. Tie Pins,
the week. Houquet, etc., :20c. Ca on's. 'I hUllcl.Ii .
WEPSE H.Y.. nEe 21 :- I IEmtstattrr Tie Clasps, some Novelties Vanity Cases, l:

Special Bargains in \Vomen'sand :Mrs. E.: R. Poppell and\ children are ; Purses for Genll<,men. Just received, some of :
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Children's Hats at Stump's. in Lake Hutler being culled there on (! Gnhutti'l"r! .CLASSIFIED. \
the Seth Thomas of Clocks.
high grade
account of the illness of Mrs. Poppell'hmother In A hnnnniM of lmiitht r Ii

Hand painted Salad Bowls and Cake Mrs. II. Tomlmson. noon NifiiiT.;) PAtTI,
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Plates at :Mitchell's. ADVERTISING You will also find a good assortment ol Fine ';
Bryan has a nice fresh stock of Funnier than "lip the lload .

Fireworks fresh from the factory groceries in the Dr. Wills bui1<1inJl. With allle." I .--- Stationery Picture Books for children and some ,

at Cason's Druff Store.H. 12-12-tf. "<:if>m| Nitrht., 1'ntilT'! WHH a mtiBirnl .,...m'dy.urc 'lONE CEM A woitn\ FOR FACH ISSUK.! I II (for older people. When in town come in and I
CASH IN AIIVANIKAflvtrtUrmrnl
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'MI in N'w York t hi* Honrton nnil himtouri'it
thi> prinripiil citundiipttil, for the Inirrtrd snclrr thli loud
I II. \Vasdin one of Graham's solid The ladies. of the Ilaptiht thurch will Kcrnn., it hBn In.en miido' n vfritnlile linnnnrn. of munt be paid In* ad....... No .dve..m..n' see us. No one urged to buy, but any trade

farmers, called at the Telegraph; office have their sale of beautiful fancy articles hum'lit'' r nddn. An ntilI Miitildii nnothir. I.HndiTN.to hi-r t'un.III"now 'fnniotm"' 'lalnuultfi !- for on. ,liiflprtlun. arcvptril for Iran than 2SKlt I you will see fit to give us will !hi' very much

:Monday. and\ food Friday afternoon beginning ..h".h.'b"lIun. of Hcrt'cn h<.rotncH. butthlmnOM
I, at :t O'<'IOl'k. at I II. C. Jones .i* \*ith InfictloiiH' onthuHinwrn. indi'in'' 'ndfntrn, ) SAI.K-: Crude: Duihnm bull I appreciated.liter's.
chin ht Rn.1| ynuthfuln.*HH. |uhiird lrHtht .
Mrs. J. W. Killian of William sLurIVu. (, 'Hardware Store. hi.i"iniirH. yi unr hunluinil. ond hin jmrtnor.I'niil nlmut 2 1--:! yeni' old.! II. (n.i Aldirniun -

., is \visiting the home of her parents '' .piiudiiuiv.' art' (In n flnll"rlhl".1\ l ,alley. I..ik- CiiMji-Mi" ; J po"toHlue )ullii ,
1 hi fi to b.* out. wh 'n 1'nul
no <
Kit'niH way
Mr. un.1Irs.: ..J.1.: Truby. and dark colored outing '''s, :Melrnse. Fla. ialtf.!
Light rich (THplc'" HntiKtt* nnnimiift'i* tun furl lirdtnintrlnit :t
best quality, special price 2.;>c a \ I'nul tt..,think him.flf of h. unclc'ii .lowt'lrv. Slori.
*' to wi-ttU* $fit).000 on liim if he will husheK. Porto IJieoMwd
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K.: :M. 1I11../<'n and :Mr. and Mrs. O. yard at Stump ,.ml ttiUH ,u'IIl"It., Hit, family name. '
\V. 1 lii/i'n. of Hrixiker, were i shopping; Hire ,i" ah nlnlotiH Htilutfon of tht, I..hl..m. l hut pututoes. (i i. "'. Hupp New 1'
I'liul Uintf n u.tmnn-hHt r. n ftrnw c> mnr- River (.'111. I 12l'Jt! :
in Staike Tuesday. T. S. Williams shippi-d two elates' I' ry Hh""'nit. Vatihiit ,"'ehh'. to PIIHH hi>.rxi>'If otft ,
,n tin* unclt' HH I'liul wlfi* Awatn tin. wnvHI ---
of .s-tiawbri'u's :Monday. The frost for I'n'I.. Hat i I. "l ltn VIII'i .tvxeed -
IHH Chun .1.l uti' Hiiipnai'| I'OK .\ lINnl'lh Ciuolmu <
Choicest of Perfumes and 1 Powders! Wednesday mottling ill, ,stroyed, the rttly orilv' n f<.w hourH. when hi* <| at :Mitihill's.Mr tlf the bloom i.ui h'tui' .\< r he tiiki-n miah ii fntiein, the peunutH, tell eents per pound. \
berrii and most t
young I' > .Hn.J, trlrl,. uifo thitt he diciilm to p.\.n.( | lifn' 1 I'. :M. White A S"II. Lake Park (illIt.12..1t. = -
thudela>'ing' furthei!' shipmentsColgates \ h' .I'* n .'nmtth. ('u"." million OIIHUIH ; Itli :
: Wood S. Irvm and little son, '>!( like f.oud. Niuht. I'liul !" vrnL'liinr -
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I - I mill: tho .laiiKtiH: cnmc f. t.
of mo-ton. Kentutky spent last :0c Vanishing hut I |'iiKt Matilda 1 She mimuui H tlilntrM no { Service1 t\\:

wetk with her aunt :III.... J. C. Wills.Men's Cream lOc. Cason'.s )Drug Store. (hat,11 u'nn. Miiprt vi.rvnne.m**. \I. |1.I""d| titf antl lnipn'neHii' I IIAVK: KOU TliADK- Ono jr"od pi 'By Helpful tJ:

tontiiiif JloO: for (own lots mnereiiRe -
ana,
I \.1..1.| 15 and I 2fi n ntt I
: Work Shirts, $1.00 at If the town council can order prop- I either in town or < i>unty. ,Yo(

Stump's. i erty owners to build sidewalks, they |iTlIlJH.m.\\: ('. ;!:i-: I :Mason the l"ul'nitul'C1.ln.: :Sliirke.1121tf. .

'can also order the owners to keep the :! We Mean

Sec our (Coats for Ladies and :Miss! I walks in repair. I'aits of the \\'nlkarc (!Clara: iKimhal U111tttn

for the Holidays.Morgan's. .
es. Closo prues woise than none ut all -
now .
KOU S.M.K;-Two Kord lounnir eiiis.hoth
i, PrtNrnUI
in excellent' eonditiun. All new

A handsome Christmas picwntHundred -- I SHIKLKV KAYKIJ1o : tires. One for $.-\-lM( ); other for $ l'>0.
:Mrs. J E. K:. ( 'anovlll's.: C. A.Knight .
piece Nippon China Dinner and, Allen Canova motored to
:
I Sol-at :Mitchell's.W. l tartL'd Tnion Ontr;.l : Sliirle. i I liutler.: I'In. 12-1 !I.I t.I t. ,
Jacksonville Thursday.! to your business and financial inter :
I sa\kcl it. -- --- -
Kid (!lo\es for Ladies and :Men S. Yelvington, of Hastings, I aye I WANTED: Colored l family to rent 40 ,
In SIt"I.'y I Kay ." < In"a Kim. I ml I Yotinv ests. I'
at Sternbers's.Peanut. spent the end of last werk with Judge: :! |>liiv. >> (lit titi| r..1' >>f n ytniriK ...r..y ylrliii acre farm 10 ucres cultivated. Hon-
-- --- '-'- He n >f 1 1n* I... 11,11I.1 I t. ltd hinM' ,'nlvplun
and, !Mrs. Cieo. A. Inrdinor. retuirnd < i t "" M u IM
till for first half Irnjuiro'
: free
seed dilTVrent varieties atKickliter's. I'M. fi ,I inl"' ,It-) hirl|..ioi if l.itrh llntinri* >>viht year. From the very start \ve determined
with :II Yelvington
home Sunday 1
Ih..n''n. ntr Hariircr of In r fathi r *t i>V4'rIhrtiw of John r'riejro Lnwtey or ownnr
who had been on a visit with frtun. tin. iMi itti, ncy <>f .ih. I'muii' ... CcnIriil "- Paul Enpel: 1811 Kane.St.,. Chi to take a personal interest in our customers .
Ittiilroail a hk'h HIT f"H ("IIII'r 1'irnt** I
her parents. Kjiyi* "Itftil ftMindtil. HIM two .."V..II...-., T cago. 111. ll-7-8t. and their I
P. C., is visiting her sister :Mr'', Uos.I .i .1.I Miii/i'n n hruHitic Wiwli, 'rn tlnnnriiT. unit study individual (
I \ixiti. gnhrr sister ::111'''. Uos.coe htn, yift K ifiuu''Inu' ', if ihn iCnurton. tthi.* flvhtMI - - ----- -- .
C. i- I and full line
W showing .
ate u new I w\\b\ titr|,, <.n nt wiHpoiiH uninliiK. th> mlmlrntinn I'Oli I SAI.K: Two KIIIM] rows. One isfrcsh needs, in order that we mi ht serve
:l1..alll.. for the Christmas holidays' .
of Voile ami o rl'lIneliVuillt'4., $.J.OO. (if tht llrnt l bY 1ho mrm ntn MM of h< rHtiui.'Kli '
< Inhiilf h nnw tho othor will !I.. fn-sh them better. We believe this
"n nf r own nn l tvlnntnirtht service
Waists at $. .1111()!) to ,
.
$t.O. $:i.OO; Crepe > l.\- nf tht' ..lh. .. il.. .|.n.. fh,. flirt ttuit heI about) January I Int. On- rtK'ttornil.Icrney I
I $SOD; Jap Silks at $::1.1); Crepe Handkcrthiefs I "iliHun't trlvi. n riii fur liny wfiniuri" ('.,,,', nlly policy has been a vital factor in the
.
Firewoiks fresh from the factory : tiif4t: rn rH il.iw nhi. finally ..nn'tnn... tho cuniii hull, threeyears old1111| a'" :
:'l.'e\: "il'c-' and 5e for" Ladies /
at *| 'ror. ,nn,1 l HMO| lln'lri H hunliiit l for IIITMI. If.I fine Hilk. I'rK$2.'i:! >. I., f. 1'ri'sreitt .
all substantial of the
Bank of
at Cason's Druj; Store. ; Jap Silk "nil, Linen Handkerchiefs I rnnki H it rittrrinir' phfilnilrnmH.' Niirh AM MIHH growth t
!1 : :: ; ; ;, I'cc-k road to Kintriliy lake
I :Morgan's Y<>uri r >4 cfttintlfMH mimic* n* airilyxpcrt on
.1Oc to !: fur men.
at >< .
"" r1 1 fn m hf>rAilrniMttion. .I.at.!. Starke.
Jet Hrynn's prices on shorts and i
1" ir and J", o"nll< I : __ _ .__ I .

alt before buymir. 1212tfC. I II I'f' KOH: SAI.r! :" -:My farm on I.awtiypuhlic We solicit your businesson the basis .
i are prepared at all times rmiAY. DKC.: 21-;
H. :McNair: Micanopy: is with I] to f fill our Prescriptions with i I road one mile from Stitrke.; of the helpful service we endeavor
H""coeIcl.ane.: of I 20; acres some timher ifood I watei t
his laughter, :Mr<.
,
fresh purl' Drugs. ii\v: us a
this city, ami will extend his visit trial. Cason'.s Drug Store. : iflanjIN! I (!rood buildinirx niee location All to render to all our customers. ,

over the: holi<1ays. I I4t'l'kInl farm tooli ; one muli- and

'arJol1ll..f I THE MTTLE PKIN: =< TSSMost : wnif'iri and harnes j t head of cat
Nat Williams sent n ( ,
Post Card"1 Tags Seals, and Tissue I tie; I 18 head l of hojru. .Tor pn iI'iirrouifhn "'1'
:Miami
sweet potatoes from here to : of us hacNions flf gfljnI I [
n.! (!. on the pla<-< .
Papei for fixing up your Christmas ''one day last week.' He went to :Miami i- i from po\ertv. to riches; here it is t.II-2t-: Bank of Starke
'kages. :Mitchell's.Capt I
but
pai to dispose of the potatoes, I re\'r c'(1 ..
I' ,vain four days\ for i
after waiting( in . '
To fi,|iI.! nv KI In eraf HtmnyhrHik. f-nrm SAI.K :N. fl. Klnt' Vine or riorido
K. C. Hi'iberger, of Brooklyn he had to leave, ns alunger .., KOU ,
.
the car to arrive '* | tonal .."'hlcl* UHM d.1 mrt l nntl "Th.I > The Growing Bank '
was m Stuike Saturday. He owns a .stav in that city of high prices I"n I I'rinci.MH WHM H..It'cti i| Thi. *...rinrfnv Runner Peed I Peanuts.'eed
: HH \*. |'''n T.V Kmnffm Mnrlnn fr* thf IxHikly S".
large scope of valuable land near the "' 'Jul,1, hllvl' ,,"""m'd hi profit... Frnnf'M lfottf| ''.n llnrnftt. . whimc m work*. peanut! ore exceedmjtly near <' E. S. Matthew*, Pre Geo. C. While, Cathier J
ne..>. town of Ki} tont.Ien's -. t cliKhntr "Littlf' I.ord. hnunlli' roy" hHVi* .n'l. euro oil you will nerd at earliestpossible t
I irnrit .r.n...wn Mtmi I'rkfnrtl. |tlnyi the (" moment. We hiive n limited. -
ISijr reductions in .- attcrn"erJt's. > f t/irt who ."J..y. rirhiH nn :\ all leather Work Shoes .-rty. nn'l hfr mnny admln-r* will hnvc tin nupply of the F'lond.l Runners and I Inrc

$::1.i11() to $5.; (11I.)l) :Splendid values .,ii |H.rtiiity wil,. h humor of, Nfinif HM wi hi-r'M In an Hitimtiftun pnlhnn. H.M.unrlmir In th-. I' olferinfr them nt ten cents 1'1'1'pOlln,1 t

Come in and see our new line r.iiirHiof thn piny HH Sum f'rtwinhi. l-11ii (tnf) pi>r hushel) f. o. h
th.> KirU ArnhUn Nivrhtn lal.l ... In thn ii.rltiraifnn .- I.owpll Fla. fend 1 in v"ur order to.
of high grade shoes! for :Men. .
/ 'if which mnicnifin-nt Bfttintrn of Or..n-
COLDS trwdasd . will l III loni IfT. GENERAL INSURANCE
nut st
; day Th"y
i Women and :\lis es. We can saeI fnl Mpl h.I'.r' A.* hown MunthaU Niitnn. whn
TJIl! I han .hr(.*ti.J MIH. I'ickfnrd tci-nt MiicpHnn.. I Hall To, Lowell Kla. 11-21-tf.
Spread INfLUENZAJi/ !I. you $1 1 lo $'t on a pair.: Stump's.K had, rhirfv. of the prfidiietion nf "'1'10.* I.fttl**
I'rincpfH. wh eh I I. HtAircd on a nturnnilnuanral HAROLD C. WALL
KILL, Til- COLD AT I former ,cituen of : ** .Trii.* nrt-nm an* laid. ,In India. and' I.on- Br }':': :::::. ':, aIf! I
H (demons a .r..n l .Tii* happy* comhinntion of ttory n ONCE WITH I Dro"k..r. now living Wauchula, was i mrtUc a ('li-iwinv priHluetlnn, and' '..tn. lIn'> '
ha*. proyf-n p.ttxilnr with th> public Mmv, j Good PirderSeed STARKE FLORIDA
HILL'S in !Starkn Wl'dne..tlay.11'. : demons. I| Pick.""I IN n.'t. ..d for the mirifrh. manner fn ,[ ,
I ha* handled several carloads of corn whirh *n<' tnrfi.* an apprallnir rol t.* Mk*> 'that'' |
nf !Mfi-n f>iWt.. and "hi- doe. the U-wt w..irk ofh FIRE LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE
[ am! swu-t potatoes for the farmers I r hnllifint O"'r" In thin mibjcrt'liniNf I< at

CASCARA QUlNIN of the r.moker .section during the past i! >iin tf'' and :1A evnti* i iSATI'KDAY I

ft.xv xx .-ekand will return at Christmas I

I Itt time to buy ,several carloads more DEC.: ;27 :- I H. L. Fowlee's --

.L; Dt. I
of theproducts. i
I riilTIM/.KHS: -SPHAYINd .MATKIUAI..S-NIMIA YKIISM. "

Q.. .d I. '-:.<.1,. for :') ....... HHUtant Duuraii Lake Butler 1 HAROLD MUMf. Cm. W P. SIMMONS. Viet Pftl. 0. A. "MOKDISON." Il., StG" t T

""t.. ....1. .-..._. ..-... co I Full line of Rubber Goods at : In lh. HUth FplxidK of lh> (...al Hrrlal Tha v.lu. of a f..I.(.r dt p..nJ. upon Ih*ni .lltir ami proper blndmc ol lh. tnmtfrimltnfnrmtf
'- t.:=_ ':-S: : '. :4 Cason'.s Drug tore. If before they into It* composition, mnd th car. u t i m manufacturing Vv u' hiah' gracl* mAla*
: : It you come rial* and ourffrtilKar' r*back d by mora than thirty ir: r *ifMri.nc:in lhair, u* and maauJactunng. -
r- ,If(. ., ; l 1c It f,.:.. 1'h< I I SMASHING: : HAKIMEKSi : (Jualily. 10 placad hrl and our pricv* ar.in Iin* with quality and eompotitloB.

i, .......... . I l-t.:I.. ";.._,.'. a I. Gift SU jl'etions-Cut; Glass Silver i Twi fturr> rif..,lii of. .i 'i, .n an.I fun. kiMo WMtr. ,, are gone WRITE TOR LATEST PRICE LISTS
letiiiv nr.tl the bt
i conwdy nt ihJtr
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IJ I"' "! _' II:'.'rt, i ware. Ivory Goods Stationery Candy .. .... K. O. PAINTKH:\ FUIlTILI/lill COSII'AMYlACKSU :\
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEU; GRAI'JI. STARK Eo FLORIDA KIDAV.I ( '. IIX: 'KMItKK 19. 191I! I

PAiK; SIX _n __ .________._.._ __ ___ __ __._n. - ..
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'::p .l)85,000. \

1111)taml") ( ), Ol.IU'i.OOO: ;!'; und $1,839-: Ilirt&:....

fi.r I Bradford County ; .nOo.)
Hay (wild), 17,130.000 tons and

.
Tobacco 1 ,:J 150,000 pounds, and
C .,' ( : !" decreased I"'oelllf'l l
,' '' ?t DIO) ( I RING .Ml.ATI : ,lire, prai-tically' I 1.!,547,000. Florida'
I", purcha. take ; ''+ and hay (Cotton 11,0)0,000: bales' and $1,977-
nblit-i-d' to
e with scionII ,, '
Hug lolling turn-i i- u-
anti the .same ,old i pioblems, of i-urm not wIIIII. or w I production of all :Cutton.--ccd., and $8- Moat Exclusive ,
8,188.000 tons
Showing
ti confroiitiMl.. I'rol fur, Mutable ( ,,, ; was next to of
.
the mi-lit t niv" ti> ',,11'(1. Jl',000.:
I"'ht auo; to all'I\< ,
of the KxteiiNjiin; '
A. 1' Speiii-i I r,
producers Peanuts :< \:! ) and $9,8119,000.:\
4\.11\\,001)
that'
ision of tlw) College, of Agra' iiltmnays t /greater: I _
if Klni-iila farmers\ will fullowfew a ,run"unlption. ,if for every crop ? A I -!! .Diamond Jewelry and
general rules amid precaution- t tin'. only avenue\ year with the CONK;( : : HMC) fiOWNS
'.' The 1 ( !! and] '
curing their meat they) will lumm' <'lIllIliti n" -- Arti8tic Gift Goods
r by production and
accomplished
w ayg trouble in keeping it.' to farmers in Simpletton : T see by the society
effort in
Some prefer the brine cured/ hams, every rious !! that :\11'''. Oushuway is going
best, olid by individual crops (
i, the dry-cured
while ohtern like
.'. bushels except Europe for her gowns.
1 a of taste, uml, the fol- -
That is u matter
$I curing has I.AKIOl'.NTV; : ( \ ;: l l : ) : Keens: Judging from. her" appear
t lowinw' method of dry HAS II (! : : and $ ;, I think she must have left her 'Visitors to Jacksonville

? l r been found the to meat be satisfactory.After has been thornl] ( wheat, 7.'Ult38,000: .< somewhere.-,Cartoons :Mag Are Cordially Invitedto
( I :; :\ .
i One hundred .
cooled 1 and nil the animal heat gone,
Our Establishment
place' each' piece oh. a clean bleached, els of corn per wheat, !).:!:;; ,

muslin. or flour" sack, covering the Lake County I ; Quinine That Jon Not Affect The llciid
f T cloth with newspapers.' Place the hanor Dr. O, W. lIdll" Cfi7.001IIO; ) )() and $ .ftu.r of .Its tonic -intl ln>.tlvo rrr,- 'I.A XA.
4 of tinnewspajKr old men of the ) ) E I1KO.MO (yUlMNK/ :' ; (Inn cots) can hp! taken
shoulder, akin down on top anyone without causing IIITVHUHIH-BH"' nr rlniliiiil
I and apply the following: known him in \' potatoes, |o::. the lu-ad. E.W:: CKOVhS nlitunluii! ou I.,. .lih' >

"I To a large 15-pOund ham, take one -lock raising 3300s & la1er !nr
,', teacup of granulated
I ..... of. salt, 2 teacups' of black pepper) om tween his farm
, '' I- tablespoon' iiiyenm'. pepper-place! | quarters of u l t ( IN JEWELERS
( I >
office of !
all in II vessel! and mix thoroly. Rub mayor
r this into meat thoroly until every part Saddler's farm is i Sixteen West Forsyth Street

of the meat will have absorbed nil It equipped and i <

will. It is necesiiry to do this very in the st.ite. lie \ I
i
thoroly. After the application fold !ly forty years ,! i

M around the meat, boIng that time vast : Florid
the cloth entirely
1)) ( I \\ careful I that teary" piece is well made swuddlii'c he: rays clothes the. : : -

, covered, Then hunt the meat up in u ; MISSISSIPPI
7 come FU rula will
cool place I
The advantage of this' !system 1 ist.It of ,'orn. cane
the fruit n'getable +++++++++++++ttttttttttfrHt"'4tttttttFttttttttt+
) it holds. ti> a larger extent
a original flavor. This method should Dut a. to the \' f!", '.,- II irfi) I"t' '. ,clepm, ., ,ihit>i. milefi'unl i the, city, :S ii

not be undertaken however unless acre. lowlyint ,.(. I tiai'k-, ,,, .llolI!! thi. banks of the' SEEDSNew

the weather is cool. When handlingthick "\\',. had taken Georgia! and rl" ,-I idea'' ( the until: depot being in-

11" heavy ham or shoulder during!: etubles off the , were lipjinniiiu < ', i Spring Catalogue Ready

a 'j warm weather it will be difficult tcprevent the lake." said D, 1 Montgomery, I One hundred, and twenty person!
/; souring clone to the bone unless we needed green : ., appeared to be I )' negroes were !rescued from Ii Write to-day for copy.

a ; j the curing solution allowed to we planted corn I of the! flood. dangerous lowland position this If you are a beginner you need the information -
come in contact with this part. Most( t The corn was )> loss in injuries by a rescue party headed
Y people would perfer to leave the bone feet apart but as und in 'their Walter 13. Junes, city Commission contained in the booklet, if

in the piece and not open it. This gers spread as well UM A shuttle train was operated. toi not you'will; want it anyway.
llf I can be weak brine and l saltpeter with a hypodermic my sons thought .!' to bridges !! "spot and two lunches wen' Ii KILGORE SEED COMPANY
syringe deep into the piece .stalks for the ...il. < I the in I to the place to rescue the strick PLANT CITY. FLA.

around t needle will be necessary to do this! Irish potatoes. \ I human life, : and 1 brought back to'; Montgom- --

These needles' are made with a cap on the ears were small. ',' The declared they had not hail,
)' the end so that when forced into. the! stalks looked! "so a dozen 1 lives since Wednesday, morning and .E= := -

I meat the opening will not be closed up. i j concluded, to let these in IIl'd< \' devoured food furnished I =

Large, heavy pieces can be prevented turity. The tnl!. !! efforts in : the city at the police station and]1 1I :
from souring even if the weather i"VlIl'm us the ceiling of ( thousand] or more I .
i to twelve-foot. ". ) ''''', however I
the salt solution can he inserted a
\ as .
Hundreds of cattle and hOI'e, .
the bone. I were so high that :Meridian, Miss I
near
,
by the party floating! on! thei I
(
I ITHE
able for to ,' l communication, .
me !
'i
information
I' For more detailed on
I i ' and caught in underbrush,.
)t : the different methods of curing meat "To make u ', in the lower
'i- they had. been beaten to d1'1th.
}Ji1( t write to the College, Agriculture{! gathered the "' I iPPI and .Alabama .' rescue party left thel| city 5- I
r for Extension; Bulletin II on "Home 'and the acreage, : all trains were )' this afternoon fur points on

I( Curing of Pork", by I'rof.'t. P.8pen'c ered over" un ' >tI except those Tullapoosu" river, where it was I
,'. -howed s-iulh over the
l'i! '
' strand
I were
many persons -
: acre-ton that l ,' mid those UNIVERSAL CAR
*
I'HOII''I'01:1( ) ; : \ : ; ( lit ( 'ON' ;:-'t'lll: Kill per cent ' ... (' of Georgia !

LISS: I i "I( have never Line. The I .1ugu-ta I Whether Cotter (Pin cr Complete Overhaul\ (
covered by
'
r1 fV After nil is said!, und after what false cept to impressions my friends I 1 and I the1 (Central ,,tempor$1 I The 'I ill lUll-dollar levee erected You can get it in our Saltand Ser\ue Station \Ve are

has been done. iiiul is trying to be corn" yields/ which .station I ' three years alto, saved Augusta authori/rcl Ford Dealers In our stockroom, we carry every 1
s of reducing done, the whole problem /
high! cost for everything, simmer* ,' by land agents Hut an -thought to have reached n stuge'of :a t.;; feet part that HOC; into a Ford car or Ford truck. 1 hcy're genuine I I

s down to n very simple! explanation mon thing. M! numbers of " !' inches Wcnther officials say Ford parts too---each made of( the same tough durable

v of only five wordproduce: more or home County i is! also Agent at :' .., on high! I river will reach its crest at :30! Vanadium steel as it* counterpart in the Ford car. Our special !
in early In the moring. Forty-five
supply "
consume Ice the statesments o'.f. I Ford repair shop is thoroughly equipped with specially de- !
y If farmers! everywhere. should prig ,'", useless for I is flood stage
added 1 that ; < :
< no "
duce twice as much! n.s the worM, could that which l 'the artesian! \\' nal'k'all'r above- Augusta has signed tools and up-to-the-minute machinery so that repairs i
cept :Mayor Gunter ] >ll'd a reduction in voltage at the
eon"UII"111'111 rued flour would .soon by theground. previous adjustments<, or complete overhauls (for Ford cars can be handled I r )
up 1
boil the ' hydro-electric plaip R, resulting/ .
be drill the market '
l .', a on ; or. curtailment of street service, promptly and efficiently.Our ( .
', If the world should consume for, pumped' a car I
I. ", Say two years' only one-half of the \CTIVIOKK-: --; : ,' drinking it. down of all industries using mechanics who will do the work on your Ford cars, or

; '"' wheat raised, then too, would' bread! ,supply of .. ,' for power, including all I trucks understand the Ford mechanism and know the right i

bo cheap and, for want of storehouses lioard of Health : : I for n time mills! and the cutting out all
in the way to tune il up. And for (he work you will pay only the
und
; C\ to contain the ,surplus, the staff of life Kurul ) !! rose to :21.11! ( WilY sign lighting reasonable Ford I '"
prices.
l would become' food for live stock. Central City :
I. t f,: Th.lOll' reduction in selling price' done in ('' Temperature( below freezing is now \vV are a part of the Big Fold. Family and not only' repair Fords but tell :

1./1' : would be true of corn potatoes, cattle Jacksonville! : the state fair was Augusta.I Retail dealers them as well. \*V have more than a patens intnnl' in the service "' e give i

f'" mils, overcoats, kid gloves' rubber plating more the city hot hou less than u thousand tons of you. Dri..lo oU"I.rag.. when your Foci n"fj J repairing. For safety'i" i; .
and in the rural "" small negro on hand, which will last loss than the Authorized Ford dealer ,
: boots, houses, automobiles, rake have to do it. I Ii (
of Health
Hoard clays ,
or \
i. a nil the rest., ( away
'I" b
f vices of Dr.' John
r. said -
With n cold, winter "Iwlld' and a no Ford Garage Ii
director of the i tome
I '
,
' scarcity of nuts lint! acorns, I the squirrel ) the high waters.
' r.oanl in an ) rushed, in the industries. were forced" to shut
don't work half time or go onstrike.
Starke FloridaHAULING
i .. l-'errell will come broke shortly today' and about fifty families I
On the contrary" t they hustle
1 of because of high water
\ ( harder t than ever. Squirrels know glut January "" were built to move
that quitting work neither" increasesthe Dr.), IJalp: N. ( : ,\ save industrial. l the Coosa river hl'l'('. The river" .J
/ I effective' overflowed, its anks today
quantity) of nuts, nor "" ""III11Uf most ." -''\\' ( J> -- ,
late u reserve stock. And! the higher the rural ,' 'lIu ..cI the loss of reached its highest! stage and, __ .Jt
f, 'en-ell[ and Dr. n al'oundtlantll., to recede. No lives< were lost
the price" of nut in the squirrelmarket !' I
he: ,rural ", 'ueture the property, damage! was nut
i,'l i .. '. about it, ,the mad h'-the" they!longer-top and to chatter harder\ .IlartiaaI program" ) just and! that Nn locks nr dams, are in dan- +++tt+tt+++++++1++++++tit,+++Fttt+ttttt+-++t+++f+++ ,+-t \I

\ they work. :ary work.In : \\\.-t point and as! far, us i is known. here. I

( It is part of the price. UP pay fur addition. to ; !!" ''ldinJ.it" I T
I. outside rice i of Dr. r'errell." .' Jiick-i, :Mis.i.'ilh VI
'h living a strip I under the'iquntor !
ranged to "secure : I West Point \ flood waters in some parts of :
have work
that wp to produce by Our 1-ton truck for hire. I
of the state reced Rates by thetrip +
what "e eat, mid wear, 11'.1 u-e. Hut not from" the Rtx: continued to eastern part
I"I whuviintj. < In li\t- ,-1mid-I l muliiiin", \ which will be (' take the place of a higher stage was reached, in I job or hour. Furniture moving i
I I '''illj.1""ln" )' ,'", and real ,' streams in the southern part
'f 111111'II"U'I i l n-ptili'u"t in "nd"r toWeal n
ail and the Known .death toll PHONE 129 :
; "- palm,. \fan., i I lii\( iKiiidfruit districts i .) be made. ( !
, The progrum. \ reestablished !' '. !seven. '
di l 'p nlu I ii' -1 I .1 IThe I- QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. i j
..: . < I i tin 'ipally. with tl sections of dead are two white trainmen
.J. n.i i.,1}I- If'r I I. h .f t tlr a "tId| two
malm, : and the river, iind wrecks on the :Mississippi Central ++tt+t+F+++++++4++t++#+.++++,4ttf.....Jo++++++++++++++++ '
.il attention to form Camp ,' between IlrooKhaven three

THE( RACK 0'DOOM the drowned at Meridian( and, u COI.I..MMTIS;
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: : GIt01Iis1't'Itltl'; :: : i : : pontoon bridge ,' !killed in n wreck near Tyler- ASPIRIN FOR COLDS I
nuts MM: ; : : : ) ) take the place .
The collariilesnmn 1 ,
Ifiineil his lir-
fl"o,1'II, !' felt the most at Mat-
FOR. NASTY CALOMEL ',, hl'II away. Loss en-like face over the counter at meami I II
hundreds
( where
''I.n Second iii .!' and Meridian
into $\ Name "Bayer"
f. ran whispered.. "I'm getting cnllaritis. is on Genuine ,
) und >heal |: | and! water negroes, are !still homeless' since t !." I
: the Red Cross and deluge of :Monday.: Enterprise Aspirin-say Bayer
for Kecoi-il. pricet Basic City near: Meridian, are ""'hilt that I asked. twitting! a I
.,f lh'I Folks Abandoning Old Drug hbnin towns
'! tion ..-"t 'the Milne I today, although under. water. number 15 choker around my li> neck I pI
:. : ... "Dodsonla: Liver Tone M-tted this year to the town was at ' nf establishing tram connect "A disen porculiar to (collar !salesmen -
.. :, Here in South. ti.tal of $1'.ll'.fJ.T I ):! be for possibly to the south from Meridian, were only. After one ha sold! three

xaluo of last ) '111' still was ',,".. tonight by Southern rail linen and flannel circle for any lengthof !
.t + *I I."iOO,000,1100.) ) ) ) I und! the score )' officials and a through train to I time he begins to think walk and,, I
to t'l'h! Calomel make you .sick It'sTnkt Final e-timntet in and New York loft ;New dream circlet and spirals.
hnrrihI. '! > it dose of the dunrorou. other plants this I -
i 1' Mieil by the '\ shut tonight for route. Ipntllll T cnn never arrive at any
: : drug. tonight and tomorrow you )lost a I ture and values .. (Loss were in the traffic of the Gulf and Ship I conclusion. I tart to think from a

r .- iliijr.t'nlmlt'io\ i mercury! Chen it comes paid to producers I estimated today ; and Mississippi( Central lines I thought! which always seems!'! to me to

Into. contact. w ill ,our bile, it crushes Into harv-'ste.l crops ) ) ) practically tied up. A wreck on the be n bone collar button and I invari- flUid on "Hi ayer Tablet of Aspirin"
it, iTi'iiklnn i it "I'| Then i U when you than :!.I.!lll.oon) ' and Gulf railroad in south ably arrive at the point where I begin! fa a "Bayer package containing propel
; \' feel that awful imiiHca trod l crani|>ing. If year, amounting' : :! \1..ntj'omOr: ) : !! today when a trestle !gave "When I take a walk I catch myself d.rect.ons. for Coljj, P.in UoadAebe,
1'1 : you aro lugliili.) if liver I"i torpM and .173 acres wells were near Tylertown. One man was describing circles which seem to Neuralgia, Lumbago and Rheumatism.
I: I fxiwi-lH constipated] or you have Leadaehe, Corn easily killed. Water was over the he made of collars. The streets' the n.tT.t-.Ji"7"" meaDS genuine Aspirin

l ili/.tineH, coated tongue; If breath l I.! bad of king of crop with : : l'ausinjlIayor: near Bush, La., of the New Or- houses the stars!'! !!seem at times!'!, to bea I ,} by physicians for ninety
statement
a or stomach sour, jiint try a spoonful < pears handy tin boxes of 12 tablet.
1 ry harmless Hodnon'ii Liver TOile tonight. ,,2:11.00'J.: while drinking and Great Northern tonight, a merry-go-round made up of linen east few cent A pirin M trade mark
I y ,' Here's my guarantee--Go to any drugstore tonseed was it. Water has over which many Mississippi objects."At of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoctio-
.' f, and get a bottle of Dodson'i Liver of $2,332,913,001): : : ( wholesale district. have been detoured Trains night: I dream of mountingvast acid.'er of Salicylicacld. aUr.v.'s

I : Tone for a few cent Take a spoonful The hay crop < all trains still running. circles up the sky made of millions .
and if it ilomn't straighten| you 12,07,000.! of Georgia and \ of the limited telephone of collars, at the top of which is
feel fine and rigorous,
r and make IN
you winter and spring ') and the demoralized rail trans- a giant: collar-box. Tasteless cIIIO'r..Ia'
i lack to the store and get your money. \ south, are
1) 110.\1100'\ Liver Ton i* d...troyln the with $2,028,522,000.Oats and will not be accurate estimate of dam- "Young man," I said "your brain mtorts tulty| aDD energy br pattfyte( and n.rlchloit .
a sale of calomel because It caa not sail- a billion morning. The probably will not be available for needs laundering."-Cartoons Magazine the b ""t. V... -nn+ fMllta 5er ogt Ito
reached total tnloij. ,',
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Oil.n"CM) I HE!:*; CLl'IJ One hot day the federal prosecutor! "The- Kiimout Catti:" :

wax oxamiimiK a witness in Judge "A South Florida! pastor, a few Sundays r"i" ,

I .. gl'"P "..f wi'&* thy nic'ii i in Eng-: l.andis' court, and wasn't making: ;) ago, incorporated ,sumpthmK " - l

nd' n'" ,> 1 I "I'luam/.o.l' an Old) Olo- much proKieHM. Tho witness was an like the following in his forceful pray

: U1eNCl., . I;h,' ..\. nit'in e of t11I1- itinerant, printer. I erVe: J ptay th,.... 0 Lurti' to be with I

snip 'in l h ""' 'I-t III wonrinir Kinmnt '- :i "Where wore ;><>u winking. in January I the Pivsitlfiit of the United States in

II.. }I' f'lnnilv' i would l have of this year ? asked the prosecutor. the aixiuoux tk IK has \before him tumaki ii"" I II

c b-.n.&d'I I .11 I .d.I .ilth'tiiiMi t ) : I fin from I tin w01Mafc for ili'inoi-riioy I .: I

:jbin; \" ,i Thus a patch on ''Ot i I tho TitMiikunn' Bujflo," replied I IV(' would also 111 II kl' i inti'ii'iwmon foithi1 I I ,

PC: :7<5r > >.becomes} u badirc ofJ '.he' witnvit."How I (Sov< rnors i>f tin s"'prill States .(

honor,' UIM 1 .i 'utt IOI1IC sim-o nut of I long did ;you) stay ?" forming this, I the' rival st nation on I \

rt tYle but i I tin i vise i perfectly) (food I "Two nll>1ltI1K." : earth : particularly C) Lord we would

II', ,'mark..f. 01! -timtioii. With the Vhy did 1 you leave ? auk thy blessing on the Governor; of 1

t'. ihj'wearini; t tin I I ir old clothes, I it is ;, "The editor and I disagreed on a'', the threat State of Florida ; be a light

'Vnsy' for th< ,-,' tu whom the saving i (trout/ national question" I I'hl'l'e I to him in his darkness, guide to him j

!;,lTt AH3 much. to do the same. We into "\\ did you work. next ? I m his iirnoiaiK-e, but, above all, ()

| United States/ may well emulate "On the Joplin News-Herald. I was I II '''Lord, make his heart an soft as his.

,.tl sensible. !',(/lmpl.>. In, fact the | there seven weeks." I II head.1 J. N. HfritHKe." I

r/omen of the .'ount I')' .are already or- I "Why did you leave ?" f

( 'pMiixinR for a i (lemonstrance iiKninst I I "The editor and I cliajfrceil on a I I <; u MIM I II : / / -' ; If you want to know what rare and

t>t.* unreasonaliK high cost of jrownsl' goat national question." I l'I unusual enjoyment Camels provide i

l' na ,; hats. I i I Three other jobs were mentionedand I I Graham I>('('. 111.! -Messrs.' II. n. ,aIc.i. : ; I smoke them in comparisonitli any
cwh time the
.: {The women of America if nrirantad printer explained and, 1'. C. Jones made a business. 1 tripto I
., and oni<. "i.m-ed to nctiop 111'er his It'IIinll with th o Mime phrase.I Waldo ;\Iond Y. ,'rc' ' cigarette in the world at an > price !

of "inplishlnK practically.nything I Then Judge Landis sat up in his chair 2'4'I .: : ,
tii i
r''Capable
Ii"s"Klabl'l: :McKinnoy and Irene .

they' 'inn'i,' 'rtake. The Worn- and raised a hand. ': Thomas, of Louise, wore shopping in I' arc nciijarette' revelation any I'f' '
"Wait minute
i| a he commanded.' 'i. CAMELS
I l y't'IFederati"" ,:iluady! has n n/ltlon-/ and :I I "'V hatI"" this, !jjieat question ?" i our burg Wednesday.Messrs. ;iy consider them Take quality ' //I:
f H a membersh; !. ''I') f over" a million) | I, iI" '
Will Jonon, C. B. Roberts ,
"Prohibition" said the witnes.-- : - i ; or lefreshing flavor and Irugrlnce that ." /
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Ii ,,'areely a I \I of my HI/O' in the I -- 7f I/'J:'
i C'iSntry but 'I"h H local bmnch. 'iCaitoi.ns' i :Mnva/ine.! ,, )a nil' ( Perry. :New-om wore, in Waldo on ,'.. .. ' wonderful mellovv-mild-srnoothness you iii 1",1","I'' I'
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I I' J'Jttomei.G. < I Palmer for the !' ____ _, __ 1 ii.hH'"dI) ,". I ,..... .:;:y never before got in a cigarettp smoke Yet I


1 C thi,30; v: .rnmen mill: ." n of pioparinir I t the land to in mm-,1ml an ...fI -I Good Health hi Roy n' \%'(Robert'(: tiP-dll\.,' on of business.l /Wnteroak. was ... I Camels are so full-bodied nnll,0( lull-of- :

tort |Ito re t I I.. ich pi-lcos) not oni.v l III'> W Middleton: : of Starke, was satistaition; .you marvel that so much delight -

I I 'pfi'riecessit n!, tli. homo., With all .1 \ ,I" ,Itoh' here Wednesday.J Smoke,. ralj. could be put into u cigarette !

tha \ wordei l \I .uni". \ no t.Of-lU t.* huts t ., Within Easy .\ iiiucs; Wmdmefo, is help tui the ta/tie is in

naturally > , "", ,' "I"y, embanament llus week (on business.Mr Ftr c'ureftea aiI do Camels expert blend of choice Turkishand

In d' "i ., Onio the) demand) : and :MrL.. E. Johns of Jack- i lies sX1ie.I pIfrfliurIiI choice Domestic tobaccos makes them

tot';tblbi'' i I"" k.. n. both man ufactu' r- Reach si.m'ille I \i"t'rt' vi-ilois hot',- Wednesday ,- Qr coupon.! so irresistibly appetizing! And the blend

el'aild, i ..tiuh, .i will\ find, 11 vii>, toniodarate A. .1. :McKinney. Mounteocha;\ ,
explains why it is possible for you to smoke
piu -. i was henFriday." I
,'- ivj vicouors(;( ( ) in.:.i.iii O.M LYS i i1 i ; Ir. ... Camels liberally without tiring your taste 1
j '\ fiv.this! loniii'i, "' t lion it is int.iestinri ;MiK.. r. Scott 11I>nlt' demonstration ,.
; r.\n A\\'.\ vs. 'I iiu: I'M: or 'II' 0 -
of Stni ke hero Fridayhi You will prefer Camels to either kind
:i tojjnote thai' 't i inot. t BO' much theforbitririt agent! was .

: IaltbSr a' ,' ll' who art paying ox- EI'TO-\I.\\: : .\ ftc I iite'tl and held I,I a very interestingmeeting ; of tobacco smoked straight! .

pi ". i but instead those who _ _ I with the ".sewing club% girls.Mrs. ;

!' :'feiujr ft few m.. 'nth- ago! wanted to buy;) ('l E.fES: nun KII: > IU.OOD ; Jessie. .J 01l1I'Inti niece, ;Missriorence i You'll realize pretty quid, too that

( ,,.. i"lp. An instance Walker, have returned to "' '
.I fa cheaply a- I' I' ; j ; :n' the rensons smoke Camels
fiwhih I i happi know will' iIIulI- 1'1:1'1'0I.: : .\ :'\ ( \ (OHT.1 1-\: ; IIJ.I': Hastings, after a few days visit herewith in ,* pm It* among many you
I n.:.f of 20 rijra/-rriM or f.np 'is their freedom from
ciga- .
A few well-known IN: ; : IIR' TAHLirrS: ;Mrs. GeorgeStone.; any unpleasant .
ti"it8," ilas- njro! 11 LIQUID : .i Aaj!'" ((3OO; t iilari-rre. ) in '

'hitter in bti !ines- many years had! INSIST: ; (ON I: ; "<;it'II"TII i :; EIsulsl : :Misses i Thelma Curry and Georgio J ftttmutn, l'Hp..r.rov.rtf4rfnn.. retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! ,
IMwuidr wcie in Gainesville Saturday. Wi* frnntfrmcomntrntt thtm .
his first customer that day n
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I; ;: ; : ; I.: cmrton tor ttve hon," or o/ftt.
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1.i &.time patron) whn fonierly bought .upp/y or Hi.., you tfrav/. Once you know Camels you won't

1 y the hijrhest-priopcl hats and who II. F. Price spent part of last week take much stock in rrnhii'rn'*. coupons .
| afford anything! he wished. lie There is leally no reasun why thenor in Live Oak on business.
"'r or gifts! You'flpreier i_ ;; tyl
women with thin watery blood and, week-end ietju
the
I ,..I,' in to purchase a new hat and Frank Heville spent
offered, one at $Ir.. lie rofuseil consequent' pour health should remain with his parents, !Mr. and ;Mrs. .1. I K.Heville. 61
in that unfortunate condition. Thin R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wm.toii-Snlcm, N. C.
and likewise others .
ff n to try it on, t
> ,awiless' price, until the dealer! offcrS.tiJ nervous, run-down, tired. peoplenvxci' I Rev.Vood of tllrk!', filled. his :

tJ; which he bought. A get much happiness out of lif,'. regular appointment here Saturday\ ,
c, ;Men and women with the! I loom. of "
j jlSttto, ,later appeared a man who evf and Sunday. I 1"1
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iiiently: was engaged! in some manual health in their cheeks, a cheerful sun Will flirts and wife, of Louise attended --- .- . . . . -. .-- --_.---,- -- a'
f WtolTf-t lie indignantly! rejected the ny disposition and an attractive personality ] church here.

!po'' are the folks who get the children -- .. .. -- -- ---. '
and retuin-
$* h.to likewi-c one at $10 and $12. :Mrs. J. J. I 1I'rd;) -- ----- -- :,

\ ,;tlMlly I he said"Wot you think I am ? most out of life's enjoyments, pleasure (',,1 to her home in Tampa Sunday after -
nniil eotinly I convlrln' ."hJ.'Otn tlw IHUM KI>V* I A. V, I.ONO.holiritor.
and Piles Cured) In 6 to 14
, :'J Jtot money ; show me a Rood one." success. a five weeks' visit with her parents DaysDruiliilnlii I'rninir mum.. "IVrioil tif mild ..'..,... will run for Complainant. 12-5'l-2 I.
"nil Mid" cost himfllj. And! finally Guile's I'cpto-MunKim; furnishes :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. C. Harry. n i funil :mnm-r ,If PAZ OINTMENT,: fullsto ,I thrmitrh the ymr l'l.0! Thi loanl rinFr\ I ,.
I cure lu'liinit. Illmtl nt'cthiig! <>r rroiruilinil I'tlra t tln. rtyht to nJi'rt ant all MilH.
, 417 :a colored man asked for somei1inR thin, watery blood with the necessary J. I. Ogden was in Hampton Saturday hiNt intly rchi-vi' 'A lit:hlnri l'll' **i nml "' rnn ifi,'"ttihtml any \STKIf8 SALE ,S
: : aliii-p niter tb IIi useIlcsttuIi. Price IK ('. A, RDKFRrS: Pniltr and hylrtno of n I Inal TVrree ofKonTlimure
\ swell and out heI4w nourishment to enrich, it (enabling it business.Mr. .
pointinK on
, one C'linirmnn Honril nf Criunly' fonimiHuioni ninili' and n'ndend. liy lion. J. '1.
,,1 'd cheerfully paid! $20. A friend of to supply energy, vitality and strengthto ; and :Mrs. J. A. J. ;McKinney, of Mti-iit : \\ hIlt, Juili/i* of Ira. Circuit, font I of Tlorlda. '

\ } who wanted a inexpensive raint'as every part of the body. Sampson City, spent Saturday herewith S V\. T.EI'KI.; riirk. l.J-5 to 1.2 ivhth: .1.".ltrl..1 Circuit, In nnil for Ilimlford certain
Countv( in Chnnrerv Hittinu.'
first shown at $::1:> which1tifusel. Physicians recommend tiudu's "" their daughter ;Mrs. N. II. Wynn. : .I".I.Ih. '
f".l.. one MUFF'S: SMK I I'liiiHe, .* hen-tn F H. I'lirKi-r. :. I ,,rkt'r jl
; "Have you nothing! less ?" to-\IIIIIj1I11;\ to patients sulTerm from The W. O. W. held their regular! You Do More Work % Ilirihy ni'tlcr In ulvi-n Unit I. W..I I':>. and II. r>"()uinn. ax ndtniniHtratoni I of th. efltat. : )
of I II ('. I'..rk'r. ....* .... ,. .. flnntd. and
w. "' ,
Rh..111 ttf llrnilfnnl Cntinlv. Slut ofMorlilii
he' successively shown anemia because its beneficial und meeting here Friday 'v..nil1l: You are more ambitious and I..n. .
get more
!!: : you ,
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nrnl I lila wife,
; imili'r anti hv \irliu I of Hint ci'rlnin' .1 M Shaw. Jr. Kinutii: Shnw. ..
! table to another, and fin- lasting qualities ate well) known to O. J. Abernathy of Jacksonville, I enjoyment out of everything when your I writ nf ixieution '...n'.1, nut of nml unili. "..,..' .1..r'nh".I.. I I. t Its- unsI, ..,.1".1. cc HI'''-
(f..had blood is In good condition. Impurities, In ', ".",1 I M...".,.. Ittis... 1t.I'd a 0,1 will pill
"I..n
on a lot at .fl.:>. which lu the medical I profession was n visitor here Sunday. I I thi* mill I of Iiu rirrilit 1 I .itrt' of llruilforilI .
I the blood have n very depressing cfTet on.1II I ('''''''''y, Slnti' if Inrlilii. ,.. nml auninnl C r ht.f.r. Ih,' rIOIorl IiiSUtt,5 tlittr In Starkhirsisi.
):: \ "Wl\at'1the matter with Glide's Popto-MaiiKan is obtainable .1. \ ..1iutit'of I lIal11ton.I'll"\ a visitor the I II.linnI., anti in fmnr ,.f W (' Inylor iliitiilhi r..i'I. I ""Ul\ tt.triI, .... lot w"'n I hi' 'lInl ',oura
' system, causing! weakness la/.iness.
| ..r .otl.. .. \i'.n'hty. ttt.. 5th 1 h ..r Jutniary
II lty
'jbjj.nt hi asked the cleik. "Why either hire Sunday. I tIll tine .r NoM-mhi lUItt\ will niri, 'r
in liquid or tablet form. Both I
I nervousness n ml sicknessukovirs Cur **nli* nnil HI,,II lo I tin, hlirhi'xt anil lnnl hlil- \ I' I"5151. .II,.. ...".,. ,Iit'Int a 10..1 .nIpa "Isv.
; i hi' leplicd "[ wear one of foims contain exactly the same - + \ TASIII-ISS: : Chili 'IONIC:" 1 .1, i r for emil t tin'rift... nt I tin. PI urthoUHi. ilooriti ,It. t II... ItigItt, .1..1 h..,.. islsier. I h.. r..Uowln"
I !lliJ.ng. ".'1'. but everybody wants ktienyrth and medicinal propoities. '1 IHI i : r.i:. ncinvr. ;: ; tOV EllS: 5 restores Energy; nml Utility l I.y Purifying' I thi. T..", of Illrkf. ,', Itrinlfiiril. County." ,',...,,.1..1 r. .1 .In''"' .".wit :
! ., M..ilIi' II..lr ''II' ..r 'tt,.. ""',''h Jln" rS'AJI' ) Stsf
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? itln Mitniln1.'.
nn fnminry Mh. I 11120 I thp
<' iid I oneThe ,lirr' and Knru the IlliHKl. Whon Itt 11I I *
;'ii I't Whc-ii you buy Pepto-Maniian;\ of I i ng you . iimi< In, ."tiiu u I.i',ii, mill H ilnv ..r nniil rnurtilininif i.t.t, Nut. .11'' ttitI, 'lit. :i4tiin, "nlf ,S'"I' 01L..I ,
t ', both look-, quality and clur- jour ilrujrcixt be SUIt the name "I 1 find that my husband; has been I Its Ktrengtheiung invigorating! 'tT-t. M flu* li'tfiil hnum, of Half. h<. fiillowinir ) 'n.n .1"t S I 10.,ot 'hlrl. ..n ncr,. tun t Ihp N.lh
bow it brings color to the cheeks und how ",,10,. S. ri, ", )II. ,..u t 71. TII\vn.hh' stvrnI
tUy if th. MIIIOUS, coats wus in Jude's" is the having the office boy call me up evci.vday I ) il.Hrrlinl mil i-Hlnli' Hitilntnl in llrllilfortli t t It ,
on iuckuge.Vithout '
I' / ''It improves' \ the > will then ( .-'uisiy' Florliln .lowllFIII : I 7 s :OC..1 h. 11.- '''', ', I 201 taeI: : 'ISo
', as('. ill I I out of poipoition to the"IHicc "(Jude's" it i is not 1'cpto-Manjfuri.; : ;) and mumble words of endear I appretiutuits true IIIpetil tonic vulue you i I UnIt of Vorlhinxt (.tttrtrr of Northinvt 5.5,"..' ,I., I I.t'vt,"ti. n. I lit' ,.r.I, y .r .1. M. Show i
I .1 11' Hitil. Kmmn: Hhnu'. his \V1f.., .to sat It ftti
f I in' prii c*. A.lv. ment. 1 Ounrl11,r. KKHI Ilnlf oflnulhi. .iifl <)unrti-r u
Ii IROVH'S TASTELESS Chill 'I 1 4L'ICIs ".I nniil rimil Hirr...*, Attorney'* Kcrn S
of Nnrlhi'fixt' Ounrli r I-'ni-l: Half of l Tail lUlfof "pnv
\y account of high wnjres.' and high "IIIund..I' didn't I find it out$
you .
nml eoMlM Termn Cnih
not a patent ineilicme. it is h'ml'l' | !) Vorthuint t Q.mriir of Norlliimt) gunrtcr. : n
,I" I.I! !B, peoplioem to accept the .\ '1 KlI'AL :MR I \ :'\ (. I1tl'enyenrolii sooner!1" I IRON and QUININE:' : suspended' In byriii 1'/,-. Hiilf of W..,.[ llnlf of Northwmt Uunr- A. Z AllKIMS. J JI 'S'

terl'I' In\. ,liable ami fail to save, "\\'el1. you see I've had the cook answer So pleasant even children like it. 1'1"'I (I.I llnlf.r I ..r..(Non NII.ht'nust lit Ott(1't Quo.nor rOy. .Flint.r Southinot.llnlf ,.r Quar-Win .1.I APKIN.t C..m.III"I', . Sthirititr.Si Spt-clul Uto M.I..r.I 12.. '

t "'.even whenthey" could. \ :Mary was parading all calls from the office."-Cartoons I'I blood neoilsQuinine to Purify it nnil, I 1I\( >:N ,lor if Sirlion\ II. Wc,.l Half of Southwtnt I .

i.- -- about the house in her birthday suit. ) ;Magazine. I to hunch it. Ihcse reliable! tome |'r< ;>- Quit,itt r of NorthwiKt (ltartr. \\ml I Half \ TF.I'K rt\IK

\ : WllY'llt i.rrrpKenesaw : Father was I lying on the bed I with sev :, crties never\ fad to drive out impurities IIII .North.r N.-rlh.M... | Ounrtir, of ,Sontlmi-Hl llunrl.'. I 'nlur. and hv 1 Irtue ..r. a l"nnl1pr., .. of.
I ii o .
the! blood. I i>n"etimiiri niiide' find ren.li reil" hy tlon J. T.
,' !. en-year-old June by his side. :Noticing M,'rllon I? nil In Tounohlii A Smith., Han',"' tip i It- .1/otIs i r t lie Circuit Court nf Klorl.ln.lOiuhlh .
Mi, untam Landis feder- the (>odiva-like dit-play. he chid II: The! SUl"l1l1lh-Cr..utinlll'uwpt..r. f.ROVr. S ..FlintIJn .""IJ.CI""ulI.. I in and for UrndfnrdCounly. !
TASIhl-hSS Chill IONIC 1 ) bus madu \\I..r EI'I'FRSON.
( that
I In luineery nittlnu In certain
i judge. in i, fhitairo. has u wealth of ;Mary for her lack of modesty and uil-, DAVISAgency the favorite tonic in thousands of IH.III. Shi.rilT Hradforil (*f linty, "laiiH wherein T. I R Parker. .1. 1 1'1.! I'arkcr ansi

*i.e.: Hi fhioutrh. 'Umi stretches vised her to get some clothes on."Thut'M More tlmn thirty-hve years ugn. f.nn .lo 1.2 Stalv' nf Florida.I'HI'r It fMjninn.' an ",lnrlnl.I'II.I ...5. of the eatntoof :I

'litigation. upi'iuently lost in some right! ," said Jane. "Rem would ride ll long distance I lo getdKOYl'. .'. I II f Parker lenmd ui>n* coniplainnnUi"
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V and hIts
It t'11 1'\1111 1C'XII IS nnd C Shaw 'I hi-ndi-ela( Shaw .
ktetOf ab-tni'tion> on the other, side ember, ;Mary, pupa was no elation to Est. 1886 TASTELESS: : dull TONIC when, .. I In ('Irriilt ('..lIr.. Stat* "f l'ln.In. Rlithth: ulfiMir..* .l..ft.Iti' ",In. I I. thi. .umlernii/ni' anSiiicul
J%.I moon but he never misses what us until hu married mother."-Cartoons member of their family bud Mnluna nr. .liiilirinl, ,I Circuit llrnilfortl e"ounly' I In Chnn- Mafter. hits li.inl, upon, and' will,
needed a t>ouililing, slretigtb-gi\in! !,,, r<"ry. ..ill I hefore the ('..u rt i llnuse Door in Starhv.
lOin!: on And suddenly, he will ;Magazine. tonic jTtie formula in just the siiino today ('Iniiih' I.. ITmli-rhlll. I Irnniplnliinnt I Itradford ('....nl". Florida. In..twien the> lewalItoura
i. IIIIcill when nttomeys;) are wranircr INSURANCESTARKE ', of Hale on Monday thn &'h day nf Ianttry. i.
----- +-- mid from
you eon get it. tiny drug!
VH A.I.. I1">'U' ; cr a witin i i-n't I'r'cnkil1w'lI.' .\ I'IC.\ \ IK: TOR crisThe Store fiOc per bottle John A. Imhm ,.t nl. I Itt. lit t tin* hiwh. i and I hit liiilder.' th. fnllowtnir -
lid with a .|'iidii i I ion-I question! or some t U.r'n".nl I IH -.eiilHil t -.s > ..elnt. ... Hlliiated I In Hrn'l- S
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I, tineiii niK i."i'. will I! I readjust the following the nppinrlnif, I l.y. nlTliln\il ni,.t>i mli.il, In the foul "County I I''..s, I,la.! ....wlt. t
appeared in comic oiiiii-1 mu iil.ir.\Tiov l Ill// nii.il In thf nl.I pt,... ninlnl .. IIIM. hot John I I. S S an*i ?'I i *, 'nil In S.et in S
rt merhain, and sot it running column of :New Orleans of ,. i.nl..T"::: i.
a paper A firihrn .Ihi* ili. fi mlnnt tluriin. nnmul in n .I t i lownnhlii SevenI.). South,
| I In' limit ( nun. Stat' .,f l lorlilll. ElulilhI | | ,, l'iinii, 'l',' ijlll' :ant the ...ml. In Mitldn !
n"n..I.1 to
Othlv I atrii in' O"tol"'I'tho' under" the heading of of t ih :mtli.' r I nr tin. anI he 'tty r
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I I.Hln [ ( iriuit. ltra In III.I of C N Shaw nnd TheodorahlM
H ri.eI.Jtnt nf nilJU\ I.yr''"'' \ ut.titt.. Kant: (i.r..tst.rly
( 01 rvI t Bnil.. I'hi talui re "l'i nimylvimfn. mil In over :$ Ida wife to natinfy anti pav flnM, Final
:---' =- -= I W IMIyjnhn. I thi* mre nf I""fiily' ,.ni-, yi-nrn il I l I. I Iherrfora (her.Ca ..... Attorney Fi-en nnd eo.", 'formi I
; I f ofnplnlnnnt' iirili-nil. thnt null) n..n-r.-nl.il' iltfin.lnnt IM h. J' S.
... I r .LJf- FINS CASKETS v* I nnil IH hiriiv| Kunifri'il! In nm.iiir In tin. bill, .\. /. ADKtV) .
HEN YOUR I HOMC: DEALEK CANNOT SUPPLY YOU 11 VIrw I I). Piirki it lil ,.r enmiiliilnt, ,tutu In ni'l iiiu.i, IOn "r l...fore. .1.1rIK.NII.. Spoelal .'. rr.fomi .
And a f'JII line of1rpftahp.rs' II. r ,,,u.ntI II | Mimilny. t 5.. roll, .Iny ...Innuiirv/ ,\ l>. I 1(120( "lalnanfH ftolleltor. 12-B to 1-2.

!.''F.t I I It ."1'I",trig hy nffi'lli' it Appi'luli'il. t.. lh" iilhi-rwlHi.. t Ih.. iilliunllnnn t.I -niil bill will be .(;
) : Supplies hill Illiil' In thf nltfivc ntntiil cailHe thftt J. III k.n IIM cnnfiiiMi| by mini ili.fi-nilnnl' I HllrllltF-S; SIKIliribv ,,:
Your Automobile III I I IVirti r 1'nrki i. anil Hi.rI,,hi.. I'lirlti'r. the di.* 'It In furtlu-r ..,.1.-..... Hint, I'hi., orili-r hoiiiillhthl nolle IH ulven, thnt I. W r. ri't'Nt'fl 4i
0 Holiday Shopping llear'.eAlways I I fi iiiliinu, thi-n-in tiiimul. HIV n".I.h'nt,, bf I! iincit. tl wi on hand. The best '. II"In'I ". i,f KU.riiln. unit Ih.*. urf* "...I.h'nl. wci-kn In the llrniirnril Counly ''r..I"n.h., itncwnpHiMr Florida i ; unili.r and hy virtue ;of: that certainwrit .t
of llrt IrfHM'iiworlh. KiinmiN. nIl rrintiair, niihllnhril, In nniil ...inly' tI n.h .''''''. of ..xeciltfnn Untied out. ..r anti under. the ,
\r Mail with ..vice at the lowest price Sp<*nalrtiunfi'ir. j Mirhiiriin, nitpicllvi'ly. and nri* "'','r the ace I I I Thin llitnihir !n itl.\ 11)111\ .,'nl of I h. Ctreti't Court of. llrndford. Counlv.xtnle .
; a Responsible U' t-c'leirriiph orr*. I I..r twi-nty-onp ,...."' it 'I. Ihi.rfftire nrilirvdUnit W T WFEKS.: of I lorliln. airalnnt! II A. Shaver, trading
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I HHnl, '.non-ri'iilili. ...r..n.l..nl* lx ant n rot Clerk ( 1"<11( (.ttirt. IIM II \. Shaver Comtiany. anil In favor
I hi n I dv rt .....r..1 fd iIJ.5| r in the Mil FOr rompliiinl iHKAI.i, ny R A, WpEK: $. of I. Ft Rohi'rte and hiarlnu dnto th. nth
i Florida Firm .J.. ",, lerp Embalmer I fllnl. in naiil' cut.... ..n nr I In run* Mon Ui pin y rirrk. of No.etnltir. A' H. !HUD. w.ll oil..r for Halo
iliiv Hi". r.th ilay ..r Inoiiary A I) I Itrju. olhrvMHt A. V IONO nn.I.1 K: KIITril nml ".II l to th.. hluheit and: heat ,bidder. f'treanh .\
< Iii. nlliwHtfmm of nniil bill will, U. taiVit | Snllolu.r for nmnlninnnt t IJ r il |-2 thin for at thi* eourthoiino. 01,>0' In the
; ::, I -WITT' C. JONES : j,. rnnr1il by iiniil, ili-ri'iiiluntii. ,'I- Town of Sliirke. llradford ('....n.". Florl.lauon

; of Good It ,in further. nnli-nil that Him ",,','r b. NOTICKi : Monday. January RAD. ll>20. thu name
Thousands Suggestions in our Big ; t r 'e..rra. ,"..1,1.1, I unci' .u wi.i.k for four. rimMprutlvfl i i I In riroiilt' <:,,"rt. Stat' nf Flnri.ln. helnir a leiral Halm day. of ittitsi! l court diirinir
-- - -. ..I.,. In the Hrailfori) f'fiunty Ti'Immiih. a''I I I Eight, JuilU'lnl I ciriiil.. nrnilfnnl. the leval bourn of Hale, the follnwinu perarinalproperty
\: Store for all _____ _-_-_ -d_ ( ". v\wi,>nrr i>ubtinh*.il in miiil ciiiinty and .,,,'.. F H foiinly. In rhnnci-ry In Itradford ('",""1,,. Florida, to-witl ,
Lnmt
: AgesBooks Alwntt one thounand bean hnmneriW .
I( ocnJJIICJm( :: m cI: CJmomoI Tln. lifcimlwr. lith. IUIO' I'I I! f"ii.pl. .ln.nt.VM ,I J I'KKSOV.. S.
w. T. WFoP-I' (!!. 1
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!RlrrllT) llradforil. Counly, S'nliof'
for Taste Monuments anSI Tombstones '<:.BI Clerk riri-.iit, Court I. I. i"np. Jr. .t Hi, I I--I! to 1-2 Florida.f S
Every ftjr It A. .WKFKS.! I I tn.fi-ndnnl j .
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Stationery Gift Cabinets S. M. DRIGGERS Lake Butler I i. \nI< INq. rii-iiuljr ClvrkI . hill It niiirlnir( by alTlilnvit npui-nili.il 1 to the 'OMMISSIOM-KS' 8AI,FIferehy
m
4 j nii-il In thi* .h..v.| nlntiil' entice thnt tho
notlrx I.
olleltor for romiilainant 12-12--1-2-41 fnllnwlnv given that under and hy
I nnmril' ,l.-f.-n'lnnu.,
nri* nimrralilrntiiof % lrtiie of. that certain decriv.
of
partition en-
Monogram Stationery :-: Engraved Cards Agent for thi Hlnti i.f Plnrliln anti thnt thilr .
.
I ... rupi-c. tired In I the Circuit Court for llradford County
Mi.lnr. itf
riKlilrnci' ,
I 9 \"sriiss: 81 KVftirf : nn nn follown tn-wlt : State of Florida.' In Chancery nn the 22n4
Pictures, Framed and Unframed Valdosta Marble Work .. .. II H MHnhnnl anti Krvln' P Mi.Inhnnl.' day ..f V..tnhir. ,\ D I'll" In an aetlim forMirtiton
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4' I m hi'r hy vhs( n 'tint tni.li anil hy i-o..i.ln r,. ilnlnv. hiinlmnn nn.li-r. the S
'"i' lOr MAnni ilirriinf fni-ii.i| .. mailf.i.l ., n.I rot Ihpr..ln ",'ndln... wherein S It. Wood-
n" ii nf
ntyli H M ,
; Office AccessoriesKodaks. t Years of Satisfactory service . .. M.-lnhi.r.l 15 n, ,.. nrd l I. c-omr-ldlnnnt., ' and' C, N Hold.. and
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I i .1.I r .1 l riirrmhir" "nl. \ II 111'I ). t." iin r.itf.ntst' nf th' ( ""y i th f Savannah In II,,' .
I 1 I II.f "..r.,1.1,. .la. TWill.. jmlvf ..f the rireult St sit,. nf diirfirlnInrnb "/if. 15,5.- Holder Sarah Ailklna and. him.hand .
Kodak Supplies .-Latest Designs to se > ...irt ..f nrufr.l r<..nnlv. Klorl.ln. In rhan- (',then. 'Innnr ('.'hrn nnil Anrnn Cnhi-n. t f It. > Adkmn' .lom.phlne Keroey and
r- .' ,,, ; 'In far of. th. hi" lmod'.Jnm.'o Kenvy Klehanl n Hol.lerand .
itimir fawtiy Btat ,
rn-i-nrtncrn' ilnlnu Iou.' ... unilrr' S
Safety Razors :-: Ingcrsoll Watches 5 lect from. I I'., n n nirm.ratlnn' nnrl avalnHt M I D finn. n"..... .".1 .')11.* ,,f .Uenb" Cohen A Mona'10 flrm nr.rinlilint. '. .. tO.. Addii/ Holder. and T J.. II,,,"" r and
/ I Iemmt "sir Mon-nrr Holder an* ibfi n.lonta. th.it.ttr.itin.ul .
) < | ViMii' Pavlii hue. wit-. ih-fi-nilnnlH., nf thiMiy hf "l-i,
ti-nbiinc In the ,
? Thermos Bottles and Specialties >Jt"lMtj"llrl.1\! ( IOOIt'JIJ: 1 "'i' -li, .1"n..1 will, r.11'.r for tali on Mon- Smti. 4.f Vlri/lnin., 111 eommlKHlom' N. will olfer' for.
',. alp at the from door nf the <..urth..un.. In
--' - - "noire A r> "l'2o lo the hlirhrat and Innne A. VVylor. Ail.m E Wrier
To , i .'I.I. for rn.h .h.. followlnir druxrlhril I.. Wylir, anti Arthur Clarke. Mradford County. 'I""n. .." Mondny.
.. Games. Athletic! Good ei-pnnnira tinilnr .
s, the firm 'h, fifth .
> '. day of January. l'l-"l. the heir
name -
n 'mini' in itra'lfiiril r.mly num. ) ,
.1..rhln.1 an' ntylif \v ylnr' Aeki-rlnnil' A Compnny. .,,. .
it l"v..1 cnlw .1" tf mist ,iirins the
.... e.'I. :
: Fine China, Leather, Cut Glass e In thi. .Slnln' 'mlilrnt nf Ohio.* nf thi- City ..f Cnnelnnatl.' I..vnl h.mra of ..1.. and will Hell to the hlirn
U > rfntr .r the Roiilhwrnt Quarter 'oh t nml bent .bidder .
for ".h In hand the folio
4 lyon and Basketry Novelties Etc.J.'IFYoU K nhiaNt Qiuirti anil thi. rV,.utn.ltat Thnl, the nniil flvfi-nilnnt .... ovir the .... I .* tnir ,',....'1..1. reel enltite. 'tyintr anti "belay
nf tWt'fltytny .
.r.t ymni anti that then .
aocoro In Vorthwi- Quarti-r, nr l.nU' In no mrnnn In rtrndford' ('''''''1.. ,..'I.ln.wll :
rwr '17. 2". 2ft. 12 aol I 11 of Smtlonin In thf Htnlof. Plurlil. the ..*,vle. of nub.INK ". ,'Innln.. nt Houthwtut Corner of NW '
: COME TO JACKSONVILLE BE SURE ; 'In TWnnlr Tlvi'Hi.. South nn nrnin, whom wnulil "l.ln.l thi. .n il I it*, .. "I (Jitart.. r nf M.tith.lKl <.iuil.r. of Setsoflt'Strtv..IV. S
7 / 'li-iil Arrmon- or ti,uri. an ivutnpoln It I. thin-forv onli-n-.l. thnl nni.l non.n-.l- I ...
AND VISIT US ., i.ntv twit Fa t I. t,10 n. rtin North 211)I feet,
' .* ','... thf1 piihlin rr-iwirii? of Hrail- ** ,1 .tyft.rulantt l fa anti. Sri h.r.iy l ngulri''l/ i th. nee Eave. dm" f.'it. thenee South, 2111 feet,
_ _ SEALED TINS OtILYMAXWELL i. lorlita. In nimnr t. ti thhill of ei.mnlnlnt' fllpil In nnlrf i I hi nee Went 1-1" r- .-, lo point of heitlnnlrw.find .
_ AT YOUR cooceas A s. rniw n.ilni innunry' on or A, twfon ri Moli.lny' the 1th they of ,,, I containing' 'thi.e acri-n. more. or I..... .5
pi-jo oihir\M the 1//. ,,.
SlH-rUI Manti-r" linn. ,, cc ; M \I.v F/
1 IuI 1< 1'1/11. t nnlil bill will U talon an eonfenMtl
| f w Aiwnniwa! JR..
hy unlil .M.nilnntntl .
'""'''r r.., romrtlalnant 1'J-A ,lo, 1-2 R A. V> KKK.il.12R .
W. Bay HOUSE n further nrd..d Ihnt thin orilrr lie. publiehtf 1 lo t-2 Aa Commlialonen.ColJt .
onre n week fnr five eonnecutlv _...h
NOTII F: flF I EASE flF rol'NTV.. CONVMT i In the Hrruirnnl County T '''It"h. -- -.-- S
I T/OfQ"8OomaNa AffT STOHf. St. COFFEE Vitir, ',l IH hnr >hy .Inn that on Mon.ln"/{ .-, piihllihi.il. In nlil county anti elate a m.w.pa.It. Cause flrlp= and! Influenza
in" i try li2ft thi- lacy of all county eon- Thin Novi-mber 22nil A. fl 'ti5,
'- r Tlrmlfor'l county will h.. .oM In front W T WEKKS: !' 'WXATTVE IIRO\',) Qi IMNKTaMen: / / remove the
'.f '>i.-" itli 4'HSt, .f thr rinirt hone. in markf.rlorlila S !tPA1. t ri.rl,< riii-int Court T i.' "e'' Ii: '.i Qulnloo..'
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELK GRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA I....un.11I l>i;('.: 1IUm 19. 1919| i

I'ACJK: SIX -- --
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$1 '1 ,O-l3.000.!

Hay ( tame), 91.J2H.OOO: < and $1,839-:
''r\1 Bradford County Farmers 097,000.!

Hay (wild), 17,130,000&: ton and

; $:.!.120,000.! .

Tobacco 1,389,459,000: pounds, and
bllllt'.I", ,' '. One ors because, of decreased! production
inn ('I'ICIN1 i =" (; %m.\: T are 1 piacticully' ( ); $.> 12,54 7,000. Florida
I I to purchase a needed, Ill.tit1111"' i,isIuhbgad Record 1 crops of winter wheat, rice ,

(Hog killing tun.is, with us again; to lakon..lldnlt one! duesnut sweet potatoes and hay were grown, (Cotton(( lloiO.OUO: bales ana $l977-
wllnt.III' wait mi indefinite time while< the! production of all wheat rye, 07:1,000.: ( ,
tt> dF. and the .same old pioblcms. of "ruling Cottonseed, 8,488.000 tons and $3- Most Exclusive Showing of
+ the merit) me. t" In confronted. 1'rof fur suitable goods, ordered months mid tobacco wits next to the Ijtrgc.Stever : ,
.
) Is not ('\'idelllIhul harvested 12.000.
t, 'it
,\. P. Spencer, of the Kxtensjon (Division ) ago, lo niiivi'
', ; grealt'i production m decreased! Prici's" paid producers were higher/ Peanuts, ,1\.16\.000|:) :\ () and $9,8:19,000.:
of AgriMiltiiH'
of the College
. ..
says if Florida funnel" ) will, folios .1 ousuulptinn| if indeed) not both is. this year for (every crop than they - 0 Diamond JeWelrg and

few general rules i arid, prucautiDii-' the only avenue of return to normal were: last year with the exception of <;ONK=" I; rou (;io\\.NS=" :
.conditions; ? The first' can only be beans, cranberries and oranges./
will, lime m
curing their meat they Artistic Gift Goods
accomplished by greatly intensified The total production, and value'basrd -
i trouble! in keeping! it. Simplctlon: I see 1 liy the society
r/ effort in every' industry mid the second on prices to farmers in December
Some prefer the brine, cured hams, that :Mrs. ), is goingto
Dashaway
sacrifice., of their various follows ( journals
1 best by individual, personal crops production
while ohters like the 'dry-cured''
: "Europe for her frowns.
. in bushels excepthere' otherwise -
the following 0
> That: is u matter of taste, and
'i'i' method of dry curing has LAM: : uu'.vn': KAKMIU: specified) : Keens : Judging! from, her appearance
+ HAS: m<; ous: ur.i.n Corn. :2,127.0(10,000:.! ( and $130,100,000 I think) she must: have left her 'Visitors to Jacksonville
!been' found to bo satisfactory.After i
I i Winter wheat, 7llU0,0)0;\ ; () and $J- :
fc the meat has been thorolycooled I clothes omI1t".l.'al'loonll" Magazine. Are Cordially J Invitedto
i bushels : ,128,121O110.:.!:\ !: )
( and ninety-six
(One hundred .
I ... and till the animal! heat gone I Our Establishment
fn place] each piece on a clean bleached of corn per acre! And this \tro I Spring, wheat 20'io: :: 1,000 and

;i t muslin. or flour .sack, covering the Lake County. I $ 1 .",OjOOOO.) ) I he Quinine That Docs Not Affect The \lead
f! ,; cloth with newspapers.. flare the hamor I\JI'. ((). W. Sadler, one of the grand, Potatoes, 05.0fl! 1,01)0 and S577.5!i I.- Bwnuif ,Irs tonic mil .Ins..tive .If,,'!. LAXATIVE
old men of the state which halt 000.) I HKOMO VUI41N6tat: : ; ( etsl) ran. Ito Inki-u
of thenewspaper ,
a shoulder skin down on top ,
by without muting
anyone nprvnurtmor rinsing
I and apply the following: known him in various farming, am I :Sweet; )potatoes. III,!,.r,7t,000! ) ) and in llio '''-0,1. t.W.GKUVt: < : S ltiintuici.uli.x( Alb

1 To a large 15-pound. ( ham take one tock ,mining' activities .since the early '-, I ;Hess & Jfnr

+ I teacup of granulated sugar, 2:.! teacups 1 eighties" now divides Ins time between fffilager! ,

"',, of gait, :2.! teacups of black pepper, one his farm bordering three (
tablespoon i liyenne P"I'l'l'I'-plll'e' |quartets\ of a mile on a lake IInd the HIGH WATERS IN JEWELERS
of Ml. I lorn.. l hi
t.
f all in a vessel, 1 and mix thoroly. Rub I office of mayor"
this into meat' thoroly until every partof Saddler's! farm is said I t" be the be- Sixteen West Forsyth Street

the meat/ will have uh"ll'bellIII/ It quipped and most modem of any
in the ,st.itc. He believed! in it mmI.V "- GEORGIA Jacksonville Florida
f will. fl. is necesary' to do this very ALABAMA ,
I forty years ago lull while) i 111
thoroly. After the application, fold .
that time vast strides have' heel ,
the cloth entirely n rOil nol I the' !meat' hIs1 -
made he the state is just 1 in, its .
says
well
ing careful that every piece is .
/
11 Middling clothes; and in yculs III EStdbllshcad ForlyYPerst
the in
covered. Then hang meat up a AND MISSISSIPPI
_. a cool( place/ come' Fl( i ulii will )lead in production!

The advantage of this system is of torn, cane, forage crops' citrus
: + +t++,i-+++''+t++t+ttt+ I-++++++++++t
fruits. ugetables/ ( '; and in stock. ,_ +++++ ++++++tt +t++
\Unoriginal
that it holds, to u 111'11''X/ : tent. I
flavor. This method should], But as. to HID vast yield of corn (peacre. Atlanta, Cki.; ;I Higli] \" tcis, thai al-) :. ,Icpot' II" ..u,. mill- fmin tin,' ('II ', i

,: not be unI"I.tllll'n. however' unless have flooded( Iimlymg I< sectionof tin t ti.irkalong; the, banks of the I SEEDSNew

t Vu the weather/ is cool. When handling I 1 ""',. had, tinker two (crops of vegetnbles Alabama' Georgia; mid :Mississippi", "mil} I null i the unarm depot being miiiiilaUd 1

... thick, heavy ham or shoulders, during off \the muck, land ho rderingthe generally]] were beginning: recede i Spring Catalogue Ready

t \ warm weather, it will be difficult to lake;" said I Jr.. Saddler.' "And as tonight! but :Montgomery: Ala., and i One hundred,\ and l twenty. persmts'' $i

t tt 1t: prevent souring close) to the bone unless : we needed, green\ stuff for" the silos :Macon, (5u., appeared to be just feeling mostly negroes" : were rescued froma I' Write to-day for copy.

A I the curing! solution is allowed. to we planted corn on the garden patch the effects of the flood. dangerous! lowland] position this t: If you are a beginner you need the information -
come in contact with this part. :Most The ('01'11'II planted in I'nIhl'l'e I'rojierty loss in injuries. : to industrial afternoon by a rescue party headedby :

people would peifer to leave the bone feet apart" but us thick as your fin I t plants and in their enforced Walter I H. Jones, city Commission I f contained in the booklet, if

in the piece and not open it. Thiscan gcis' spread( out. The seed sooispuing : shutting down, ai well: as damage to er. A shuttle train was operated to not youwill: want it
1 be done by injecting\ a solution oft out of the ground( anil when buildings: loss of live stock and extensive i the water's edge, a mile from the I + anyway.

I t weak brine mid saltpeter, with a hypodermic my .sons thought it time to get the damage: bridges and\ trestles marooned spot and two lanohes were i KILGORE SEED COMPANY

syringe. deep into the piece' stalks for the silos, they had, to !go has made! the monetary toll of ,sent to the place to rescue! the stricken PLANT CITY. FLA. i
u' !' around the hone A specially strongI to Philadelphia, with some cars of the floods ,run into millions. who loaded, :#
back persons were on the ++ttttttttt+tt+++ttttt,i+++tt+++++++tttt+t++tt++t. i
I needle will be necessary' to do this. Irish potatoes. When they got Loss'" of human life, however, has", train and brought: back to Montgomery. : ( -

These nor-dles, are made with a cup on the ears were putting! forth and the been remarkably small. Probably not The declared they had, not had, -
the end 1 so that \vheii foiced( into the stalks looked, sit promising' till1' woconcludi'il more than a down lives. have been food l sinceVednesday, morning and --.- --.-=

meat the opening will not be 1'10"11111'. I to lot the corn go to mat- lost' and these in accidents or ravenously devoured I food furnishedby I r--

Large! heavy pieces can be prevented :,, Unity. The .stalks shot UII| as high: through rescue efforts, in the three the city at the police station and'
from souring! even if the weather( is a.s. the ceiling of this loom (pointing .states. A thousand or more negroes! I' niulitoi'ium. j I Ii
be in.1 It to twelve-foot ceiling) and, the' earswere ore homeless however around II.ittie.sburg
warm, us the salt solution can a i Hundreds l of cuttle I and hogs wire .
high that it was uncomfortable and :\Iel'idiuni": ( I I
!setted near the bone. I so found by the party, floating on the -
for to reach them. Railroad communication generallywas
For more detailed information on me
I river I and, caught in underbru'h,1tvhrr
,
I( 0 i the\ dilferent methods.I of ""III'illlmelli: I' "To make a lung story ,short we punily/ed in the lower portionsof ,- they had been beaten to death.Another I

write to the College Agriculture! ,, gathered' the coin and measured it :Mississippi I and! :Alabama and in I rescue. party left the) city

for Kxtension; bulletin II on "Home, '' and the acreage, which was considered :Montgomery all trains" were temporarily \ I early this afternoon for points. on I

& Curing of Pork", by Prof. A. 1'. <1 over" an acre, and( the results] unnulled except\ those coming : the Tallapoo river, where it was

t Pponcer. I showed l HII! i; bushels of corn to the From" the ,s'uith over the Louisville, : reported many persons' were stranded. -
0 I neie -corn that would score" nearly Hid, Nashville and those enteringver : I !. I, THE UNIVERSAL CAR ,

puoprciMOIM: ; : -: OK cAfter "SJf\m=" ); KM) per cent perfect\. the Central of Georgia and the I I I I

.LENS.: : j "I have, never told this story exlept Atlantic Coast LIMP The railroad/ .lugu'ta I Whether Golfer Pin or Complete Overhaul, t
1 racks: WI'I',1' liy. water near I
to my friends. as I did. not wnntfalse he and, tin] Central( .. I The Million-dollar I levee erected Sale- and j jaUlhorll..J
nil is said mid after what impressions to go abroad
t' has been done, and is trying to be corn yields, whi'h,0111,1, be taken up ed a temporary tiitiiin thl'..otllbli..h-I' here three years ngo, Raved Augusta! I Ford Dealers In our stockroomve carry every
lone( the whole problem of reducing/ iway. Hundreds of head of livestock from" a freshet tonight when the :
high costs for everything simmers t by land agents mi exploited as a common "- were thought: to have perished I I Savannah reached n stage of :i.;> feet, part that nor into! a r Ford! car or Ford truck. hcy're genuine :
this I" fact. ,
1 down to M very simple' explanation ,, ('lIlIntyjC"1I1 thing. But :M. :M.yield.Iiivens a, whose south and numbers of IWI'MOII'J'O I five inches. Weather officials: say Ford parts loo-..each made of the Mme tough, durable ;

t of only five words : produce more ors home is iilso at Mt.I l Dorn, supportedthe ported marooned 1 on high/ ground." !, the river will reach its. crest at :301; I I Vanadium steel as it< counterpart in the Ford car. Our special -
Forty-five
feet in the moring.
early
less. The water: supply Montgomery: :
s j consume statesment.s of I Dr. Saddler and is Ford repair shop is thoroughly equipped with specially designed
If farmers everywhere should pro was rendered useless for drinking feet flood stajfi' I
e r added< ( that no fertilizer was used ex- artesian. wells]] Back water above Augusta has tools and up-to-the-minutr machinery thai
duce twice as much as the w'I'J.1"'llIleI! that which had not been taken imposes bythe 1 : being so repairs i '
opt flooded and :Mayor (Hunter cautioned mixed a reduction, in voltage at the '
consume'. wheat I mid flour would anon by the previous vegetables on the adjustments or complete overhauls (for Ford cars can be hand ,
up residents to boil the reservoir local hydro-electric plat, resultingin
3 be a drug on the market ; or, : waterthat
ground. led promptly and efficiently.Our / .
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If the world\ ,should] consume for, was being; pumped through. the n curtailment of street: car ,service. I I
4 say, two years, only one-half of the .UTIVKOHK-: --.I IN=-" -It-t'II.1L1'I'IISRuard --- ::; 11111 ins before drinking it. closing down of nil industries using mechanics who will do the work on your Ford cars or

wheat raised, then' too., would bread" The water supply of Macon( was electricity for power, including all l I trucks, understand ihe Ford mechanism and know the right I!

I I' be cheap, and for want of it torehuatu'sto of health (;ids $2..OOI; () for threatened t for u time today, when cotton mills, and the cutting out all to tune it And for (he work will only the ,
way
the up. you pay
white and sign lighting
contain the surplus, the staff of life Districts the Ocmulgee! rose' to 21.11 feet and way : I
Rural
would become food for live stock. I overflowed Central City park :'I11It'hcillmllf' city reasonable Ford prices..

The same reduction in selling price I I wall done in Central City Temperature below freezing is now Wr are a port ol the KIK' Ford family soul mil only repair Fords but ell|| :
Jacksonville' , I III"' 'iJ. 1";>-(Cot'Jem- gripping Augu: 'I'| 1&, Retail dealers I : .
would\ be true:' of (corn potatoes, cattle park where the state fair was held annually them ai rll.VV have more than a pawng interest in the "service we give I
e, rails. overcoats kid gloves' rubber plating more active! health measures. and<1 the city hot houses were have less' than a thousand tons of you Drive lo our garage when your For nei> repairing. For salety'i
'I- in the rural communities. the State coal hand which will last Ions thunfl'o
: small house on ,
flooll'd.11111)
houses automobiles and
boots negro
sake have the Authorized FOld dealer to do it. I
j' nil the rest. ( Board of Health has secured, I the services : were washed away or overwhelmed days. li;
of I hue.> John A. I'errell field but it said inclll"t'i.'J', ,.
\Vith a\ cold, winter\ aheaif, and a was no Ford Garage I
,director" of the International Health cached l the The river \ Rome
high waters.
scarcity of nuts and 1 /It'OI'n1i.III\ l squirrels hy ; -
I don'l, work half time or" go on Board I. in an advisory capacity. Dr.Terrell waters rushed in the put'k'hen Six industries, were forced to shutdown IIII
will to "Florida the firstpart anti! about fifty families Starke Florida
strike. On I the contrary! \they hustle come till levee broke shortly. \ after noon today ,
I. harder than ever. Squirrels. know of January' for. u conference with .'livate. levees were. built during the had, to move because c.f high waterin
I Dr. X. lil''lIe.; regarding.I i the Coosu river hThe river
b that quitting work neither increases" pulp morning" : to save industrial plants. the WJ
the quantity of nuts, nor accumulates most ,'ff'dih"lIlth campaign) for The .'lIinM"II"1hllttnhondwc\ which overflowed its Jiatiks" today -- _-
t a reserve stock. And the higher the rural( districts. Together\ Dr.I'Vrrell river that causal, the loss of a score soon reached its highest stage:: and, _

1 the price of nuts in the squirrel' I anil Dr. (;r("1-lit' will gn into of bl'itlIII'OUlld Atlanta, one aonerete began to recede N'o lives were lust ,
\the rural( communities to work' out a mill, the damage wiis nut I
,.. structure just completed at I propertY
,
nrk.II\ less: they stop to chatter '+++++++++++++i+++t++++++,
+++
.. about it. and the longer, and, harder p .ictical, program' of needed sanitary II edit" of glnil.Olin. and that inundated great.. No lucks or .dams are in danger + ++++++++t++f++++++++t++},+.+

they work. \\ork.In : parts. of \\.t point and Colum- as fur as i is known here.J.itksoii .

It is. part of the price we pay for addition. to obtaining the advice bus, (;11., was sending its crest into HAULINGOur i
I living outside a strip nuclei. the'equ- of Pi. I'YiTcll Dr. I lireene; has arranged \the gulf tonight. Miss i ,
.- fromVest Pointrt' that With flood waters in some parts of
Reports 1
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have wink
ator that we to produce by i
truck
1-ton for
what we eat and wear, and. use. But 0(10( ,I from the Rockefeller foundation, if the waters continued to fall buggies the eastern part of the .state receding I hire. Rates by the +

who wants to live imidst, malaria which will be devoted. solelyto: bel could take the place of boats :, a higher stage was reached in t trip, job or hour. Furniture moving tf
t-Ting sanitary condition i" the rural smaller streams! in the southern part
and, venomous !rrptil t ,>- ill t "ord.M to there tomorrow and, n real estimate I
I liMtrktM., tonight and the known death toll 'f PHONE 129 fi
wear p.ilin l It.in.- ;.1 1'\,| hi\c bicad- ot lust could be ntiule. Communication .
I frint limp" ,ml". n-' h..11"I- .' The program will concern 'itself wa.s reestablished todaybe- reached seven. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY
principally with the climinatum. of The dead are two white trainmenIn i CO. t \
.U The, tin a I. hurt,: .1.,1"f' tip, ivi.lld l tween the two sections of the city
nialaim' and hookworm, with gi'ner- wrecks on the Mississippi i Central tt++t+++ +t+++++t+++++ + ,
-. .._-_ _- : divided by the river, and army Engineer + +++++++. } ++.++++++++++++++++t '
,il ntti'iitiiiri" ,,, ti> improved' .sanitation. arrived form Camp Gordon railroad i between Itrookhaven three -_.._-- -

.. THE CRACK 0' DOOM 0RI.11IS1' to look into the possibilities of negroes! drowned( at :Meridian. and a ('111.1.\) HITI S
<; : I : (CKOP( 'I i\it.: \\ 1111 throwing n pontoon bridge across/ the man killed in n wreck near Tylertown. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
('OKN( =" KINl I : l .\'I' !-ll..MIm:| :! : ()< stream, to take the place of the t I
bridges, washed Loss at West The flood was felt the most. at llattiesburg I The ,'ollarnl".l1uII\ leaned his, lin II I
:: away.
CALOMEL en-like face the
NASTY
FOR. Cotton! Sfcniid in Value. 11.1). Third .'..int probably! ran into Ul.OOO.OOO or Inlllel'ilillll: where hundreds and over counter at me ii, Name "Bayer" is
whispered "I'm getting collaritis. on Genuine
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and Uhe.it Fourth on List till.',e. .Food and water supplies! with of n"g'rOl'11./ .. still homeless sincethe I ." I .

the aid of the Red Cross and people deluges of :MondayEnterprise Aspirin-say Bayer
Folks Abandoning Old Drug forDodson's Record: !prices and bountiful production form the neighboring: towns was in and Baltic City near Meridian: are "What that" I risked twisting a

[, t sent the value\ of farm crops harvested ;good: ( shape today, although the business i. still 1111,11''ntl'r.: number I 15: choker n round my (li I> neck I n
4- Liver Tone, this year to the unprecedentedtotal life of the town was at a standstill (Hope of establishing tram connections "A disease I )perculinr to collar MI1It' .
Here in South. of $ll.01l-,7liMi)! : ) ( ) ). exceeding the and will (be for possibly a week. to the .south from :Meridian wereexpressed men only. After one has sold these I

value of last. year's crops by almost Columbus still wa< without .streetcar tonight by Southern railway linen and flannel for any lengthof I
:si.r I >ni) >,nno.imo. service, and the score of large officials and a through train to time he begins to think walk and I
t'lrh! Calomel rnnkcn you nick. It'i I Final I ,estimates of production I were textile and\ ( other plants in the Columbus Cincinnati and New'York left: New C<: dream circles. spirals.)
horrible! Take n close of the dangerous issued by the\ ,department) nf agriculture section were .shut down for Orleans. tonight for this route. "Mentally.: ( I can never arrive at nnv
drug tonight,: ail tomorrow you lone a and values were based, on prices.. lack of power. Loss in the Columbus The traffic of the Gulf; and Ship conclusion.. 1 start to think from n

lny Calomel i. mercury I I1ll'n It come !paid to producers Dec. 1. The area of section lvus estimated today at $.."0.- Island and :Mississippi Central linesis thought which always seems to me to

i into contact with sour bilr, it l'1'11.hI'A Intoit harvested crops" this year was more 1)00) i practically tied up.. A wreck on the be a bone collar button and I invariably I Iastst on ""T" Tablet of
"i lirt'iiUng it up Then is when you than J.iiOO.ODD acres larger!: than last Fernwood and Gulf railroad in south arrive at the point where I begin a "Bayer containing Aspirin"ID
feel that awful, \ rmiiitca and crumping. Ifyou > '111'. amounting to a total of to9,12l-:\ ; Montgomery :Mississippi today when a trestle gave "When I take a walk I catch myself I I direction for Cods, Pain HeadAcbe propel

aro .sluggish| if liver in torpid! and .17:) acres City' artesian. wells were f1on..lllate. way near Tylertown. One man was describing circle which seem to I Neuralgia. Lumbago, and eiinut i..t1I. ,,
bowels constipated, or you have headache haul, Corn easily maintained its )place asking this afternoon ,'aulinJr1130'01': Gunter reported, killed.. Water was over the be made of collars. The streets the I Name "Bay": meaDe genuine Aspirin
breath U
; or dizziness vtnmach, coated sour tongue lust try if a spoonful of of crops with a ,'aluof $1,931.-: : to issue, a statement: cautionig the tracks near flush La., of the New Orleans houses the stars !seem at times to bea I i J prencribM sts, Handy by physicians till boua for nineteen

liurmlrim Dodium' Liver Tone tonigbt. ,,2:11,000: ) while (cotton including cottonseed people against/ drinking water without and Great Northern tonight, a merry-go-round made up of linen coat few cents Aspirin ii tt of trade 12 t.bUuUr

nerds my guarantee-4Jo to any drugstore was second w ith a total valueof first boiling it. Water has backed line over which many Mississippi objects.! or Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceto.aideater mark;
J and get a bottle of Dojaon'a Liver $2.:1:12.913,000.: : up into the wholesale district.. train; have been detoured Trains "At night I dream of mountingvast of Salicylicacld 0 -

Ton for a few eenU. Take a spoonful The hay crop was third with $2- This afternoon all trains exceptthe were still running. circles up the sky made of mil- ,
and if it doenn't straighten| you right up 12U.IW7.000. Wheat, combining the Central of Georgia and Louisvilleand Because of the limited telephone lions of collars, at the top of which is

and tack 1 make to the you itore feel and tine get and your vigorous money, go winter and spring crops, was fourth Nashville. south are kncelled service and the demoralized rail trans- a giant collar-box." .vVf TajtetoM c.... ,...

1)udsun's Liver Tone I I. destroying the with $2,028,522,000. temporarily, and will not be resumed portation accurate estimate of dim- "Young; man," I said. "your brain restores guilty coo energy by parlfyta and tej.rlchla4 .
eels of calomel because it can not fall* Oats, a billion dollar crop last year I before Friday morning. The Centralof age probably will not be available for needs laundering."-Cartoons Maga- the bhs+d. Vm, .e_ fast wltrengtb.mlcg .

vote or make you\ IRk.wf"r. reached a total of only $893,603,000, Georgia has established a tempor several days. zine. ... lavllu'; .. .' ",. ....






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P IH-X'EMHKK: :: :! IH. 1-MI.! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA P.UJK SEVEN; : J

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Oll I CLOTHKS Cl.flS T I One hot day the federal 1 prosecutor "The Famous Catts :" 4 :

: witness in Judge "A South Florida few Sundays r .. "'_:. I" ... '
'| was examining n pastor, a '. .h.. ... ,'., ...'" 0 ', .
I iiltliy in Kngiiiinl l.andis' court and wasn't making ineorporated something "". ' '". TI'" ,",'' '
A. ,rou' .,1 \\ men ago .. ...... -' ; ; "
nd \Tec. I T,1\ I nn Old)! Clo- much \proKri'aK. The witness was an I like the follouiiiR in his forceful prayer ,' '' : 4.' .

tbel '//Clllio. }Ii., \ ,,01,'''' '' "f l11<'ml"'I'. iliiifninl printer. I : 'We pray tln-e. 0 Lord to be with ;: .": V-

|f' ship In'' I.h"i, , I in %wearing garrnftnts "Whenwen* you working in January I the President of the United States in ',' ., !

." wh n I !r' n ,-iy would have of this :year. ? asked the proiiviutor. *- I the arduous: tu'-k lit han IlI.'fol"him to I .. ':.. ,:

\ been qdi , D.I .d.ho. ) .'tll.d1 far from ( i: make the world afe for demorrney.We I I I .: .' .... I'I '
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I ,;: bingjwi: I" Tim.) u patch on "On I the Ttvcnrknna BuKli1" n-pliud would also make intercession, foi. I .; '.;. ..\. :: L'' ''c". .

I ''cot: r t I'' In < .lines a badge of llu vvitneH. the iovi-rnors; of the several States '"...' ..-. ,. ,.\, -;:". a'. . 0

L; honor an., i nt )long since out of'istyle "How lung did I you stay ? formintr this I the (1l1'1.'lIto..t nation on "

but "iilniui-e}" 'perfectly good I "'l' %'() month" earth ; particularly, 0 Lord we would

'II mark of ..1 -tin., turn. With the "Why did you leuxo ? ask t thV I blessing on the Governor of

51ch wearing" I tlnn' old) I clothes, it is "The editor and I disagreed on a I the trrent State of Florida ; be a litfht \492CGARETT

i'e" *: y for thi j'.,. ; whom the .saving \ great national question." to him in his darkness" n guide to him

I means much. to ..lo I the game. We, in : "Where did you work,, next ? hi his ignorance; but, above all, 0

United Stati-s may well emulate "On the Joplin News-Ilerald. 1 was !Lord, make his heart as soft an his

I tt'lt.. sensible example. In fact the I there seven wteku." head.' -..1. N. I Heritage." (F -\Ir

women of the country' are already orMixing I I "Why did you leave ?" .- : y : :''f' ) 3 If want to know what and
you rare
>\ {- for a I icmontrance t against I "Tin' editor and I diagreed on a .; IUII t'lGi'ahani : 1I t

'"j' the} unreasonable high/ cost of gowns, !geal national question." :: ,I "' i;;.;.(' unusual enjoyment Camels provide .

I 'and hats.! j Three other jobs were mentioned i| \Dec. 19.-l\Icssr8. R. R. .!Iv J )i, :-. ..:<. $$? smoke them in comparison ith! any .
and "ai-h time the ; '. '" "
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printer explained () ..v'*
"The of .\mcrica if and 1' 1'. Jonc-t made business <-
women organj4d a tripto '
his leaving with th c same phrase., :' ::. : .. : ':; '\. 'tar. cigarette in the world at any price ; ,
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and once 'i.-u-cd to nction, are"Capable Waldo !Monday.Misses IIh", .. \ .
| Then Judge l.andis, sat up in his chair ,. : :'. r..' r :
of aCt "1I11'Ii hillll practically'anything A.rf S--
: Mabel MeKinney and Irene .
they .I k rtllk., .. The Wom- and raised i a hand. I; .: : ; are n cigarette rovctiition!
t ui :; Thornns, of Louise. were shopping; innul' : ( \ CAMELS any ',lll
| "Wait n minute he commanded!, j '
teri'm, Federation, "il :.nly has a nation- Take 4" .
1 hlll'JVetlne..duy.. uconstdcnl1t'ml! quality ;
' "What this -, '1"
I was /grent 'Juustion ? i : ;
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at-membership: -f OMIn f million in and the "Prohibition" sail the witness.".- I :Mf.srs. Will .tones' C. B. Roberts !, I -' -" ". .::. '. or refif hlny; flavor and I fragrance: or that !II;:' ::1'.t' "
F scarcely tc" n si/.o
I c.itantry. .but a i--' any a local bmineh. i, Cannons. t ;M.'iira/im( and I'erry Newsom were in Waldo on ,;:. I .:., ':. :-.% wonderful mellovv-rnikl-smoothness you iiii,:!... !" !:

'/Jttorney-Ge',/ I I'aimer/i I) for the i]I - -- WedmHilny.Roy : 1 '..-- ?;J never before got in a cigarette: -rnoko Yet

Government, im I paring to ,marshal I Roberto, of Wateroak was ... t.- Camels

th 130 millii .n ,"i", ''he land in an effort Good Health In, ""C' Wednesday' on business.Hr. I ", # -..... : are so full-bodied and :-0' full-of- I

; i I W. K.: :Middleton.! of Stnrkn, was : __ .... satistaction vou marvel that so much delight -
to resi' : h.h pilees. not only'of.v'jieceRsitj !

'. 'ni i t h', h. .mi'. With all .1, i-itor, here Wednesdny. S 5mok.e rr o/ru' could be put into a cigarette !

the11; woitten .i MMoutofdate' hats. Within Easy J. A. llrnves. Windmere, is here S that the t'attnf ,e in

naturally no .' I t..'. I any emlmrnismeht / t his wi'i'k on business.Mr the t'ntart'ttet oil do Camels expert blend of choice Turkish I

In doh) i' i Ome the demand, ,, : and ;MrL.. E. John, of Jack- I not *xptfi t premium* and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them

for'thli.g; <<;!! i I K' n. l both) mnnufaetuvrs Reach -imMlle wirei,itors h--ri' Wednesday. '- I or coupon/ so irresistibly appetizing! And the blend

':find retll'l.' i ,II f find a way to A. .1.J :McKinnoy: (Mounteocha: ,
_ explains why it is possible for you to smoke
moderate was here Friduy.Mr .
: pru i
.! VHiOltnrs; HI.Al.'lll; ONLt: AS | Ii' Camels liberally without tiring your taste I
I. fq. this: cimin'i'ion, ,it is inh resting/ ". E. C'. Scott, home demonstration ,. .
KAU .\ W.\ \' .\ S -mi: rMor: i of Starke was here Friday '... You will prefer Camels to either kind
agent
to(note thai M I I i" .t"u much the ..
Vtolthy aq .i i ia-s who are paying ex-( I'KJMOMMi.N: ; :> ; : afternoon and held 1 a'l'ry interesting of tobacco smoked straight

ferbi< ht pru -. but instead those whofenv I meeting with) the sewing club girls. 5' .

fc few innt'i, ago/ wanted to buy i.i\ris: : l uicn KKD: IIL( 101)\ Mrs.' Jessie .lones and! niece, Miss ': You'll realize pretty quick too that

,fc4 cheaply as pos .ibli\ An instance I.OJ'I'J1'e'lIlkl.'I'! have returned\ to 'i Ii'' ,! Cam.1a7.,7id:77'Ph; .,... among the many reasons you smoke Camels
I to know will' illus- I'Krio: MAMAN:> ( oitTAiNAitu-: : Hastings, after a few days' visit herewith -
happen
btwhigh .4' of 20 ruu-.Vu.. or ran is their freedom from unpleasant ciga-
tr.td." A few da-:. iitru/ a well-known IN: LMjril OK .\ IILE'I'SINSIS'l' Mrs. (;ieorge Stone.Missis I' aj2ft! (1'00. 'I1M..1\ in any

' Jitter, in btwii.many' years, had. : 0"IL'UI''S.: : ." '1IIK TI. ,.0mm.,1 the
w.
his fir ustomer that day a Kdwards", were in Gainesville; Butut"tluy. : .trnn4l' .
fr' (; I.NL'INl;: :> carton fat thv h"m. o' .n/hc Once know Camels won't
1g-time !patron who fomerly bought .upplJl 0' ...Ii." .1'011 I.veL you you

41y: the highest-priced, hats, and 1 who II. I.'. Trice spent part of last weekin take rnucbstockin nrrmr'ntn;. ror/pons .
liee4me Thi-ro is: really no reason why men I Live Oak) on business.
U1'-i, afford anything he wi hed. or gifts! You'lJ prCHn uniel rju. .ity!
with thin
), i, in to purchase a new hat and or women watery hloo.llllid( Frank Heville spent' the week-end .
consequent; poor health should remain with his :Mr. and :Mrs. J. K.Neville. .
""f1'.offerer\ one at $15.: He refuseil in that unfortunate condition Thin !parents, K. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Win.ton-Si.lrm. N. C

ten to try it on. and likewise others .

t.t lels j price, until the dealer! offer- nervous run-down, tired people) nl.'I'I I Rc'v.4)QlS, of Starke tilled his -_ I'I'I"

I:.(..)O i.B' at $11. which he bought. A act, much happiness out of life. regular appointment here Saturday : ,
:Men und women with the bloom of -
-little (later appeared a man who 'v- and Sunday. '(11'' "!:

'Idently was engaged in some manual health in their cheeks, a cheerful, sun- ,i Will flirts and wife, of Louise, attended ---. .. . . ------ -- I

! tafcoHV : He indignantly rejected the ny disposition: anti an attractive per- church here.Mrs. .

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sonality are the folks who get the and children\ -- -- ---- - ---- - ----
tjt hit,; likewise one at $10 anti $12. : J. J. Byrd! returned
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' he think I ? most out of life's: enjoyments, pleasure to her home in Tampa Sunday after "
'finally f'lIid."Wot you am .
nail' county ronvlrlH milijicl tit tin 'lawn scov- A V. I.ONO.Solicitor.
and success.Gudo'li five weeks' visit with her Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days 1'I.I..r, p.nlil lianu will
:'Igot( money ; show me a good one. a : parents I'rttinir tmmc* runtlmiuirh fur Complainant. 13-B-1-2

$$. ,"Hd" cost him$15. And l finally Pepto-Mangan: fuim&u-H.) :Mr. and ;Mrs.' .,. C. Harry. Druggists I lu-hinil n-funil; ,'Illtnil mnnpr: Mli-oilinilor If PAZO. PfiHruilniil OINTMENT' rtliii.InHinntly (nlllocure the ritz ht II to,,. ri-jiTt star 1120.any HIH The) all Ixiaril blilH.C nwrM' \;1

'1\Jbne: ''a colored man asked for some- thin watery blood with the necessary J. I. Ogden was: in Hampton Saturday rc-hiwi'M I Itching Pilm.1 nml you can ci.i t MASTF.Ifa SALE I
r.-Mml: : Blocu nllcr tb llrsc uwvliuntiun.. I'rito W A. ROI1ERT3. t'nili' anil l>y virtue of a Final ri>crp. i>f .
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' g swell and pointing out one he nourishment to enrich it, enabling it on business.Mr. I (lin' :rmnn tIn ri i>f Cnunty ConuniHnionirHAlirnt . Knrpclimur, taut. and n-nilcri'd l Iy> Him J. 'I. .

1- w iheerfully paid $20. A friend of to supply energy vitality and strength nnd Mrs. J. A. .1. :MeKinney of : \\ I ill.. .1'i'to of Ihi. Circuit' Cmllt, of I'.lorliln.KiKhth .
W T \\KK.KS.: fli.rk. 1-2
I.-B t I.
:, .luilipliil Circuit.' In and for llrmlfonl
( xne who wanted a inexpensive rain- to every part of the body. Sampson City spent Saturday h herewith 1 County. in Chnncprv aIlIng In tIt pprtaincaiiNi'

..t ms first shown one at $'..">, which Physicians recommend Gude's Pep- their daughter !Mrs.' N. I II. Wynn. "FUn'f"R MA i.i-: uhi.n'ilt 'P It. lurker J. hI'iurker: 1
their You Do More Work % in I.V, anil II O'/n..n., tm, tldminiHlratorH, of t llm *Htali -
I.-etuSI.'I.! "Have you nothing I loss ? to-Mangan to patients suffering from TheV.. O. W. held n'Jrlllnrml.tin | lli'nliy nitlii! trfvi'n Unit .1 En'rOfl I
|.' Sht'rlir' nf Iliniirnnl"' County, Stnti., nfI of II ,'. .I'urki'r. w'r' pimiiitninnnta, anil' ,
\ ; hi. was successively shown anemia because its beneficial and here Friday evening.O. You are more ambitious and you get more j ,'toriilii. IIn..... ,,nt liv Irlui of that ci'rlnln J I M "Shaw. Jr. nml "Kiiimit: Klmw. hm wifo, ;)

ti ,' tnbl' to another and fin- lasting qualities me well known to J. Abernathy of .Jacksonville, I enjoyment out of everything, when your 1. writ of pYPCiitiiin ,iniMi.il nut or mill unili a.'r.. ...tnliiiilH.' I I. thp unili'mikittpil, HA s....-
*'tf.ha. the medical I visitor' here Sunday.J. 1 blood Is In goiMl condition. Impurities: in iii.. ,,'nl nt i tin, Circuit < ".'lfl nf Urinlfi.nl, r,1) Miixtii, "'. h'.... |1\'Io'd| | upon. ,nigh I will 8t>11In .f
lot ; which he profession. i
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on a at $1., was a .
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f.iri Ihi ,
> citurt hoiiHi ilnor t in Slark Itra.l-
the blood have n very depreHHinii effect mi I in ty. Slnli of I-'I..h'n.' nn.l nunliiHl r f\\ I
the with \ Joneof I Hampton.'U a VISitor ,, foul i . Moriilu. I"w"'n, thp ,
: "What's matter Gude's Pepto-iviungan is obtainable 'I' the causmit weakness laziness. fl.illnnil. unit in. fimir ..rV C Tnylor. "," 'd .11,11. li'icnl hours
: oat ", h, asked the clerk. "\\'hy here Sunday.Illi 'I' system 'I hi. nth 1 lay i.r :N. .. .'nil.... I linn! will ..If,-. of noli. on Monthly. lhi> Tith') dny. of January '
either liquid tablet form.. Uothfoi | and Mc-kni-ss. .
in
or nervousness _'
li < ,
fur nnlf nml *>p.11|| tn tin. hlithi- nml I lot Mil \ 1 l'i i tin Haiiti. lii'liur n IPUII) nnlii ilnv.In .
1 ifr.ss' S," hi H'ptied "I I wear one of ins: ,contain exactly the same -- - (j UVU'S TAS1 IXIiSS Chill 'IONIC ill l i. Tor cni.li, I tin n.fin'. lit tin. iirliimni, .> il ; 'my .-If I bul"I''hocly wants ktrcngth and medicinal propeities.When 'I I I i,: F: I' 11(1! ENF:> IA IV iiis: : restores Energy: and Vitality l toy> 1'unlyinri I in, "tin, Town ...r "Stark. Hrnilfnnl. Cnunly.. II-PIIII.I| | r. ill I .-.t.iii". ",-wll t'
1"10"l i .. on Mnniliiv. .Innilfiry Sill. ,. 1\924). I tlinHiinn Soiilh,,, llulf ,IMI..I' of h. South Half IS' [ Jr hiKhe., "iri.id 1 ""1'-." The differtrto you buy 1'epto-Alangan of and Kuril-hint: Ue ill|(ii sI.| W lien you let I II In.Inn n l..fill mttiH) ,I". nt paul court of Lot Nun. ,i'n nn.l. tin., Smith llnir ISKj of

. '.' in both I, ...k- iiiiility| and, dur'ibSltty your druggist! : be sure the name "I 1 find that my hu -hand has been, I Its: St reiigi 1 lheninrt. liiv igi Flit I rig t-ITcct M c ,1,1,, i"" flii .li'Mnl hour, nf .al,'. lh. follow Lot '1'.-.. 'inn i |I.... Tlilriirn. m'n-ii ,.n tin,. North !\
call how it brings color to tho checks: and how I illy ili'iirr I Iti'il I fill) .."till ,Kiltlnti'il i I in Itrfltlfiirilr..unly. Slid. in "i.ii'iinu Si M-n I 171.' Towniihlp( Seven ,
,of in the office
thi .11''nuts' coats' having boy me up "V"I'Ytlay I .
was '
"Guile's" i m the Without ,
on package. i.i South' llntiiri ,
1'it improves' tie appetite you will I i.enapireciate , Fli.rliln' to.wlfTun r\\i'tily t 211'I Kant: : tho ;
?,t llg'ct4IIe. all .ml, 1 of. porpoition to the "Guile's" it is not Pepto-Mungun.; and I mumble words of I mdeurment. tonic vulue Illnlf, of N..lh.n.1.r.. '.f North Niimp to In Mold ai tin I, i I"roiirly' of .1. M. Mba w. 'i
; iffor ncc in priceOn ', ." i I 1 its true ail, Jimitti. KnHt: I IfiiU of Sit, ,Il'Ilr t <)lIla cit-c .1.Ir., ","I KIIM.IM: Mhnw. liU wifn. l.. .ml fyand
, tlv. (j hI'iWIVSr1sriiiss: Chill 'IO.MC: ..r S..rlh..t.10., r. Earl half "f lat Half ,pay mild ,Final' Itpcrpp, Atturnpy'ti FCP
account of high wages, and high "I wonder you didn't find it out I is not a patent medicine it Is hinipl I't nf Viirtrmmt Qimrlpr. nf N..rthumt (Jiinrlnr.IVil nml copt',. Tprmn : CIIHI

Cfll., peopli. seem to accept the .\ 'I 1 101'AL :SIKANCKK; :> : sooner!" I IRON: and QUINI:'t fV(/...nr.It. ,'Mllnlf .1. C A I 14K I INK. A. Z. Spintial ADKlNfl.!.Mnntpr.Cnmplililiniit'N .
,ter: As -. 'itable and fail to "'\'t'll. I've had the cook nnswer like, lh 1
in- save, you see iluasnnt even ihildrei it. < I I ..r Ni.rth.I lint (Juiirli-r of s'u i.t QimrI.r 1 Solicitor. 14-6 to 12. I
rnfl\ven' wh.'ie, th.'y could.iiv Ten'enroltlIm'y: was pa railing all calls from, the office."-Cartoons |I Mood, I..ds Quinine to I PUrify and I IW'N I : if !Si'!orll..n I II.: Wmt llnlf nf M."IIw..t I 1 ____ _______ I'

Ii" ;:"'" +---- about the house in her birthday suit. ;Magazine. I to Enrich it. These reliable tonic pr' ;>. .(Jiinrtir, ..r N..rthw'rt Qimrlcr. Wmt Hnlf MASTEU-r. "MAI.I .KUmlir
}. \\ in E; I.EI"l'Kenosaw : trtieH never fad to drive out Impurities' in .r N..rth.'r! nf Sit, hw1.t, (Jim"ri.'r. I; I an'l l i iv vlrtup I ; of n hlnnl Divre. of I.
Father lying the bed with i Nrl hw.l ( i.f ..fSirllon
t was on sev 1 the blood.. /Junrti.r 1 Hiuilhi'imt Ouitrlrr I'liiicloHtiri. ",,"..10. and rpmli-ri'il I hy Hon. J. '1'. ,
: -- en-year-old J Jane by his side Noticing S I-1! nil In Tnunihiii' ( n; ,'i.uth. hunt Will I I.I' .liiil!! r t tip Circuit Court of PlorMn.Kluhth .
The Power f OKOVT 2Fuit.:
I SlrenKth-CreatinM (> I ..".11.- nl Circuit., In nnd, fur llrndfonl' ,'
Mi the Godiva-Iiku I
fcdere : he chid
untnin Landia dit-play W .
TASrKlJ-.SS; Chill TONIC bus mini11 .1 FI'I'FrtSfJN.:
| County I in t'liiinrpry usitti ny. In I Hint cu-ri sin
judge it Chit n"",, ". has a wealth of :Mary for her lack of modeltylnd advised the f.ivorile tonic in thoiisanils: of I honn, ShiTilf Rrailforil ,'....nl,.. i IIIIHP whi'rpin '1'. .1C "I'arkpr, .1. Jo:. "I'arket anil
DAVISAgency I
I lee 1I ,it thl} ugh/ long stri'tchos her to get some' clothes on. More ill nn tliirty-hve, years II""'''>. f.mi. l--f' t" 1-2 Html of Klnrliln.I'Knut ,It OXJulnn./ mi tidiiiiniHtrntorH of thi patntuof J
I II I' Ii rk'r, ill I"-i''nll"\\I. .piitntilnfnanta,
lISt in "That's stud Jane. "Rem would I.I ride a lung distance i to !get! (.KOV'L l .-.
I litigation. nppini-ntly 50 fliP right Kim rriuirt ) ,ivIn nml t C. N. Slinw, and 'Ihpndocln Shaw hi.
ale-Of al--t.-ac-rioi; on the other, side ember Mary, papa was no relation to Est 1886 TAS'lhLKSS! : Chill: IONIC when I ('I....,,," ('",irt, Mist "f 'I.'n, Fluhlh: wit.. upn* di'fi'iMlntilH, I. thi> umlprHlirnid. I. anSpic.nl
member. of their funnily had>! M.il.iriii or .1,,,.lIci,1 ('I rt-titt. llrniironl rminty I In rimnI. Mn iti>r. hn... I li.\lnl ,upon, nnil mm ill
M but hr whatPolng until hell1I1..ic,1. I11I1Lh.I.Car.tounM
moon. tnsi'imissi'.s us -
' needed a Ixkly-huiMinM.!! si r.'ngl! h- Ivn.g;< )'. M<.11|| lipforp thp Couil" I lliniHiDoor 'In Stark', "
on AndinMonly! he will :Magazine. (''ii lilth.. t1nI ,hlll. I Irmnplnlnnnt llrnilford County, Florldu liptwpi.n the li'Kal .
'I .' In INSURANCESTARKE tonic. .,,The formula. is just the siiine 10- h'u,'. i.f ...10. on Miinilny., the Glh' day of January .
*k wlifti I aitorncy.s are wrune- I hay nn # a witiii -ut speaking woll, A I'lVxiliii: nile( C.ll'SThe store. IHIc; p,'r bottle A. Imhm. ..1 Hi. I .1".. to I Iln.I, hluli. and I I.. Hi lil.l.li-r' th'fllw..

Id with a jiidi" 'ion-i (|iii'stioti or Momt1inent I --- -- n.ru'"t.' I Ii I intr ,ilisprllu'd >. .,' ...Iit-. Hltualvil. 'In Hrailfonl r 1
i It niunnrltio hy nlTlflnvit' iii.i.n.l.-il| | |to I tho County. I I'. i,01... towilI ,
ailvn" i \\ ,ill rc'adjUHt the. following appeared in the comic OKDI-IC:' lilt l "III.ICATION" hill nii'd. In 110.. nh.,",* miilnl cuss, hat John I 1..1.) Tour > < linn MY HI"! 'ill Sipl.mFlkltlirn -

I Irt mt'fhBiif-ni .111.1) I t'l it ,'unninfthlY column of a :New Orleans) paper of A. inhm thr ili.fi.mlnnt' tin..,.in nnmcil In n : : : < | MI.I 'l.wnatIp HI-VI-II n I, Kouth.liiini'i .
I I rll'. ncml ( ourl. "SlHlr' of ClurlilH. EllftllhI n..hl..nt 4 ih. M'..4". of. llnr iln nml h* Tui'nly h < -'ti: Rant. tln I < *nmllo: 1 hi nold l ;.
uffain October) nth under. the heading of I ,iiiln i nl' I in int. llrnill'Til'' l (',,"..t)'. In Chan I. n r>..|.li.nt iif :" ,PI ryI Kml. 1'llll.liurK I I', '''.oyh"nln. mil In fiver Slum. hln' >ilf.to natlufy anti par, IBM' Final .
---- -------. -- -' ... .1 I W "I..i tyj.hn. I II Iln. "..,. nf tM'i'titv-itnf. yi-nrn I it IM thiTfTorv I HIPMI" .. Atlorni'y'ii I FPI..I nml Cottta. "r..", I
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I. | ( "rnplHinnntm onli-nil. thai .alI' n..nnl.li, ''''','nol"nt ht- ('nell
lJf-FlN CASKETS" | nml, I" hi.n.iy| .nilr.-il,, I.. muiinr, t,, thi hill/ .\. 7. ADr-IN1
Mt- I 0 |'BI-'k.| .r. i-t nll nf llli'il' .1 C \ IlK' 'IMil! J
YOt'R' 11 11n,1 eumiiliilnt in nniil' ci sun* nn nr |" (".** Ricliil" MilBlPP. 'm.miainint'a
Wi-lEN I HOME: DEALER CANNOT SUPPLY YOU
'\ H full line nf11.Jertakrs' l 11.1. ntlnnt' II i Mnnilny. ti.. 1th I ilny ,.r .h,"",ii... A l II l Ift20.!! <'.. Solicitor. 12-ft to 1-2.

I tl' iit|>,-nrlntr hy nrTiiliivit itlilii'inl'-il, 10 the nlhiTwlHi. Ihi. "11.n..n.. ,.r MINI lull, will, bo ___ .
''J : SLJpphcsI J. Iliki-n iw riinfiM.mil. liy mini, drr..n".nl. i InJlIt'F'S,
Ihnt
hill I I 'I, 'In the nlKivi. Kintiil CIIIIKO f SI F.
: Your /I I .1'i.rli r I'nrki r unit, ll.rnlciI'urd.r. the ili-. It In fiirllii r firilrnil I Hint thin. nnlrr bo Hi.H bv notlpp In ulvpn that I. Vv. .I. ftpPITHOII -
Holiday Shopping Automobile hearse.Always fi.niltinln' thin'in nnmi'il.' Hn1 n".h'rnl.' bf puhllK>i..il i.nci. a wi's-i|( fur n.. pimm'mitlv Shrlir nf llradronl .tnty. State of I
hand. The Lest I Mlninn I . nr Hon.In. unit Ihiy "..' ",..I.nt.. wfilm in I Ihi. Ilinilfriril foiiiily. Ti.i'vrnih.| nni'ivmnnHT Florliln uml.-r Dint by vlrliii; ; : of that ei-rlaln ,f
on si. 1"h"1 l...nvi'nworth. ".n..... eel l J'"",,,,,,. |iiililii.hi.il In BUM ',,..n''. nml ntnliThl -. v rlt I of pv.-cutlon Innupil' out, of anil un.li-r th. 1
Mail with rice at the lowest price Sport I ,I Miehivnn, ....|".pllvily.I anil '.". over tho' ..... I I In'ri'mhir ?,il. t HUH. ...,,1 of I Hi I... (',.rc'i t ('""rt >.( llrnilford, (:.."nl".
a ResponsibleF1orida IrI"r, I ..r I wi'nty'iine y.*am : II or'li'prit. W 'r. WI<:fKS. ",Ilitp of Moridn.' oualmit H A. Shaver, 1,1i. -
ipy ('
"'-nti'iri (r telegraph_ Ihntni 1.1 l ....n-ro..I'nl' ili'fi. 'nilnnb* !M. A n'l l arelinliy , Clerk flrcillt ('ou,1. iou, ... II 'u. I MhnMT Company. ant I In fiivorof
I I I niiutri-fl, tn npiuar. to I the hill of pornHiilrit ,, SEAL My It. A. WPFK: : $. C. It ri.I'rtn. nml barmy. iliite the nth .
Firm "f nt&terptI, Etrihnlnierwin Civil. In nalil' ru. .... on or li".f..... Monilnv ''' A. V I.fINn nml .1. E n"I''y' I'.rl&::' of Novptnln-r. A. I). HUB. will I olTiT for .sal.
I tinnth lay of .January. n III2D' ()th- ITCH. nnd mil to I to' hlirhp.it and hit hlddi'r i forpnuli
ir ,tm ;thiall.inltuii. of nntil. hill will, U' la-1| Solicitor f"ir romiilninnnl' I l--r. to 1-2 'lh'r.Oat th* courlhuim, diKir 'In the
ILL1IjThousands' I ".- u. "JONES |I I 11 M a in corifi-Hwi'tl hy nail) ilffpniliintH.. j jIt Town of 1 Siiii-l, I ,. fiirlhrr, oruVnil. I that tlnn I "rt'r b* VOTIt KIn : on !Monilny. January ii. A. II 1920 the ame
of Good Suggestions in our Big I -trke.'Fla.: 1'iil.lixriil, ik for four, ponnceiltlv i I II rirault' (:ttirt. SUili nf Florida, hplnir n legal' nalpn ilny of sail court ilurlnir
-. V I .-hN I In onci thu ,/it: :; County Tpi| >irraih, ai I ale.: hi h Juillrlnl. (1 rI I, llrnilfiinl, .lh. (lo"nl) h,,,,,.. of mil*, ihi followinir pimoralpnipprty
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-- -- ( .nt)'. In Ctnuterfr.r In lirmlford ('..uniy.' Horlila.' _
to-witt
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in naiil anSI ala'
'"i'n l"-r puMlnhi-il roiinty *
Store for all Ages ----- - ---- -- II l. >nir.rninplHlnant.. Almut nn,. tliowinnd, bpan hnmppm,
llo :IOn( mQOO'.D m I W. T. WF'FKS.: : I
VI. In cell? llrailfonl
County. $0.1of'
Monuments and Tombstones i ''. .1'| i rinrfc rirrult Court I. I. Sunn, Jr. rt nl. !l.-8 In 1-2 Flori"IIII8810"f'18' ... ,.
Books for Every TasteS n y re A. .WFKKS.: | rirfi.niliint. I -- ----.--.
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r>"*"u'1CI..,", i..1 "'?*?' "? hy ..'nl Stationery in Gift Cabinets S. M. DRICGERS Lake Butler I f MiMNI.olleltor' MM ninl In Ihi- Hhovx itnlnl ........ that the rr>rby. notice In wlvn SAtE: ..(
that ,
safe ami by
for Complainant. '12-12-1-2-41 r..ll..wln nnmril l..rnilnnu. nr>. niin-rmliliintii
for ..f 10.. Slut, of Plnrliln. l hit "IrIsof that certain dpcr.o of partition enliri.il .
Monogram Cards Agent nn> thour.ape.
/ Stationery :-: Engraved t""v> I.'HCI.,' rff rml.lrnri, tin ... follown : to-wlt In the Circuit' Court f..r Rradfnr| Cntinly. -
Slat of .
Pictures Framed and LJnframed Valdosta Marble Works M5TEtr5: III \l K: If S Mxlnhnnl .n.. llrvin: r" M.-lnhnr.l. missy of Ns ..nha'r Florida.. In Chancery, nn the Z2ml
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ri *.*rtiif. M hrnhy "I"-a that "nIr. ant hy e-.iurtner' lt S r'u. if n final "her,'". f,f foriptimtirimail'* nan"anI. ,1.1. ,.? || .1 Vtrlnhanl' *. n...,. pnrtiton, thpn-in ,".noll..". wherein S. B. Wood.
Office Accessories Years of Satisfactory service 3 .. .. nrd m pornplninant. and. C. N. IM.Ii-r'
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? "i.l I r mil ml I Dxwnuir 'nl. A. D l l1.\ b. anrvf "' lb.lie. "' l"v"nnn. In the .
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v.if.\ I Hon. .1 . .
: Sarah Adklna ami hisIiinl ,
Mat 'f
/f.iiirul.li. Inn TWill.||| juilvr' "? 'lh. rirvult 11..1. }
i Kodaks. Kodak Supplies .-Latest Designs to elect '. .", "r nm.llW.I, Oiiinty.. Kloriila In Chan- .l..i-.b r.,1. .- ,.aac (',.h..n nml Aaron rohi-n. ,. It \ ..\.lkln. J,..pphln.. K.r...,. and
. lois. 'l..Tan| K.'ry Richard. II Holder
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-- itnnir i In favor / II t.awti-y Slat.I. r'-lirtn.n> mv h.wlni.. un.l.T lb.firm .
Safety Razors :-: Ingersoll Watches : f rom.emmMt'1t't'lOt ,I. "" n ''''''I.rntlnn 11.,1 l ntrainnt N1 t>. l>a* n..... ami .1 .. ..f Jacob" token A. Bonn' arari.nfc.fiu ami wifi., .a ir.Mnn-nr., a."". llnlnVr.lf..lili. . and T .1. \I'll'r and
n.1| Villa "...1.. hi. wlfitlpfinilanta.. ,.f trw. C", nr 'lvt.nihiinr, In the ,. nr.- ilfi.niant' the
Thermos Bottles and viootze( .cr 1 ut <4 li itrncil' will, offer for sale! on Man5 fMlr nf Vlnrf"'. ; " n.itroi'd I iirt ''..t'ommiiiHloni. will .,l.r for
Specialties - '''n''y' -,. A. T> M'2n. t., Its' hlirhi-ot amiI ..... A Wrl-r. Ail.m K:. W"l.r ami Arthur !'al* at thtfront iloor of Ihi cnurthoiuie. In 4
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; . I I. .,I.I. r for ranh ,Ihtfollnwlnir ilracrlhM. I I.. Wjrlrr. "co-purtnrni" Hrmlfi.nl County. ". .r'I". on .M.m.lay.
Toys, Games, Athletic Good .. iimlur the flrm i iht.' fifth day of January. I" .'". thiam.. ....
'S "ii.ni.tl I in ftrailfonl. Omnty. F''J' ' t 0dm.and >ty| of \ y.r.| \ekirlanil' A ComI I ..
Hia |p/al .nl. day of antI .
court t. iliirfnv the
s Fine China, Leather, Cut Glass In ininy th.- are Htat n'et.I.nt.of, Ohio.Tht nt. the City of fonclnn.tl. I l<..rnl houn of .alp, and will ..-ll to the hlnht .
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lyon and Novelties Etc. 1 ':. n 'In ant Qimrti-r.. and tho ....th..t the Nadl finilnntii are o\ir the a.. i iof |"... flIt .li-. .prllpil real catnlyinw' anil ....In.
Basketry .. twenty on.* y.ar.. ami that 15cIn no
QOOTOTHtlAtr r tS* Nnrthuri-nt Ouartpr op .1. 0.ci I In Rradforil, ..,int Y. Florliln. to-wlf
!- !?$. 20. 12 and IS. of S.'.."..n nn. .. In tie Stat tof Flo.r lila the ...'vl.| *. of .. rinnlmr at .>I."" .liwi .t ('o.n.., nf North-
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IFYoU COME TO JACKSONVILLE BE SURE i I'M In Townnlilu Pin. Ml. Botith. f.-nilanU. rltlnr of them 't (juarti o'. SiMiii.,1.1" ('''n.|... of .section
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AND VISIT US . .1, .1, "n thi. niihllp, ,.'eorflw, of It..Il'I..hl. .tnt .li'fi.nrlnn'N.... ht, ant are h.-r.hy, 'Iul..c' t I h.o.,. Kn': .t R',"i r,..... lh.-n.-n Mouth Ill ftvt
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SCALED TINS ONLY ,' .. .. .. .mlI..lnl III l-l| In pall| |h.. netWt HI"I f.t lo point of bevlnnlnir
AT YOUR GDOCCQS A !I rnnwf": .Inniinry> Ia on or An ha-I'lL'O Mon.lnx..II... .the r.th lay of ?iii.l, ionlaiinnir' thru. urn. m...... or I I....
4549W. !Sp.elal'! Mn....-.. r inv the (ilWatlt.ii -- I M \ r.vvnlKz.:
of .alii. hill will l I" l akin .. .
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HOUSE It > furthvr ,.n'',-&,' that thli urilrr !. pubt t 3to
MAXWELL 1-2
Bay llnhr.1 one a w wk for ftn cnnarautlv ....ki Aa CnmmhHlofien.Coldi .
'. (JTIl F.': OF I KAfF. (IF Cltl'tTT CONVirT i I IV. In '10.. "Hnilforil founly Telritraiih. a -- - - - -
TIO.41tR); 8ooK4Mo ARr STORE. St. COFFEE tii', <. IM hrehy irlv.n that ..Monilay.. I J I Ir l f .imhlUhrd In mlil county ami alat newapa.ra' Cause. drip and Influenza
,, j"n i-i-n th- \\rr* nt all poimty ...,n. 'Thi, Nntrmbrr. J'Jml A. I T) 1919
'* 'S r nrailforil. county will! IN. oil. in front. w T WBEK1 l.AXAITVE imow() Qt" '{NIVK T..l>let, rprnove the
.,r 'I. ."..th iloor" of the eourt hoiin. in Stark. '''!'EA1 i Clerk rirruit. Court 1'. Y'. II I ..- . :. .' (1': ":'? Oulnlo."
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4 -. - -. --"- -- -- --- This speak* I' appointment'at the Baptist church on I ren were visitors i to -1
tended, a special meeting held in the ceive their diplomas. I Puling I U,
$.' county seat Saturday. well for Lake! Butler B. Y. p U. and Sunday.Mr. Misses!!' l Roan and Mnr> ]II i| .?

fe I '-- 1. \..... Pinholster was u prominent \ splendid work is being accomplishedin and ;Mrs. Markley\[ Johns, of I the week-end in Theresa.. .j

1 4 visitor to Cooler Pond Sunday the Union. Every Baptist young ''. Stoike, were in town Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith ",

( Item noun.. aft..r-I member\ is invited to come and take bless visitors. t to :Starkc;; '1'I I?. t

i Si County News ) School will be dismissed< today a part in this great work. i| ternoon. d''!

-t two weeks vacation. I Mrs. J .E. Maines, W. F. Townsend, TIIEUESSATheressa :: :; A small party compose, ,) ,'f f \v l lHI'I.tha
ii -----. :Maines :Sloan:> Eva Wnrivt 1"\\
i ;Uk--b- Tommie Hewitt[ and I Hall[ mo-j i ( >
I ; ; I 19. Mr.\ and Mrs.D. Edith: Sloan 1
r, I..m.tln Fact Gathered During the Our LAKE 1UITLKU: torcd to Leesburg and St. l'eterllbul'gSatul'day. | Dec Ethel: Aldeini., , ..
} amithe Correspondents. I W. :Moore were among the visitorsto sic Llclle Uaulerson, Mei\ i I t i

; Regular W. T''. Townsend spent the week-end the county metropolis Saturday. via, I Isaac' Ends ami I. j ', :
A. hake Butler Dec 19.-Mrs. H. D. at Loeburg.Invitations, S. Woodurd. who has been employed gathered. at the! home "I' .111|, ,
M !isioisayi Dowling has returned to her home in I Bridgend. came in Sunday .J. C. 1 Rnulcr.sun and. r '
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rw I I1J1tllth. the
I: Lake City. lire out announcing night' to spend, the holidays with his Sgt. James( B, Dn'k. .f f < ,,
e4 few nHul: ..ANU: / :Mrs.' Scott of Lake City was a visitor I marriage of :Miss Thelma Bailey to' tis Va.l'IIH'
family. visiting ,,
curl Several of the families here attend here last week.TJie Mr. Sidney Richard, Due. 23rd: 4 p. m. nis 'I ,t'l' ,, .
r Bill Gnann: of Tampa 1 is visitinghis J. C. Raulerson thisVl''k..
I IBailpy.
: -11. 1 f'. Wimber- Sun1l nt the home of Mr.\ and1..8.: . Aaron
troil Highland, Dec. 1.J.-\ vr cult A.I I
friends of Mrs I.. G.
I many uncle and aunt Mr.\ told Mrs. I James Vnrnes, of Whit[,, .i
St ly Jr., left Thursday for :MuJison day and 1 the unveiling! of the monument I >
Ruwls will regret to learn that she is W. Hinson. was visiting: his family h, .
p' \thilIow1I! where he will visit his uncle, W. R, erected to the memory of the in the hospital at Adel Ga. I J. L. Lavender, spent the week-end : Miss Evic: Woodard of Starke, spenta Ilognn Smith was a bu-nu.I tl.. 1

>!/ That Wimberly, for u couple of weeks.II. late! F. 1. CoUon. U. E.: Dell is ill at this writing. with his family I few days recently with her cousin to the county seat Saturday., 7';

I : II. Hudson wus n busine *visitor :Mrs F. L. Colson spent part of last :Mrs. Willis and, daughter are visiting I II. L. Sprinkle is home this week! Miss\ Estelle Woodard.Messrs. Mr.s. hon Sprinkle the ;into' i

''r been) to Lawtey Thursday.Mrs. week here with relatives. her mother :Mrs. Adkins. :Miss :Mary Bailey: spent the w..ek-1 : J. V. Jones and! Alvah Saxon officer, was visiting! thl' sch.,1. ,, C J
'1' I i \I I : Nancy IVrry and brother. Levy Among those who were in Starke I I Frances Borum is on the sick list end with friends. here returning to of Hampton, were visitors here lust week. ? f
Goolej Stlll'linwnt to Jacksonville on last Thursday were :Mrs. P, .
shopping this week. Worthington Tuesday.Mrs. afternoon T. V, ,
GJ J Friday Williams of Jack-! ,,, 1
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: '. J j place Thursday for a visit with relatives.r'rancis !' :M. Hiiro foot, :Mrs I.V. I'inholstcr, One of the interesting sights in I : Lillian 11, Fuller /gave two lectures :Messrs.' C. A. Youngblood, II. E. visiting relatives and friend.!* h- :
:1' mull! Sunders, was a visitor toStarke Jr., and son, Guy :Mrs. P. S. Colson nt the Methodist. church Sundayand visitorsto
I Lake Butler Tuesday was an aero :Mover and son, Arthur, were! Mrs Truby Brown is 11.t, !
a.! cloth Friday.J . and children Anona and Leonard. plane Hying over the town. I after the e'pnin"I'rvice/ n Wom .. Starke. Saturday.Owing mother at New River. ,
sli A. Starling. was in Starko on . dower Scott made a visit to an's Christian. Union
( I or Mrs. The Ladies, Missionary suppci at Temperance wasorganized to sickness Rev. John Mul- :'oIl.'. and Mrs. Kirby Smith' ."J
;! new.To' 1 business Thursday the school Friday afternoon thl'Ic.thocli"t: church will have aba-I with :Mrs. ]Ida Parrish. acting ''' lady was unnble to fill his appointment the, movies at Starke, Sntunl.i,, v
:1r.11,1,1: Mrs J. L. McKwcn: : of Glen preached two interesting "
Rev Daughtery pl'esidl'lItIiHM: :Marshall Proctor,
zaar. and chicken supper ut the Woman's ; at the Christian\ church Sunday Messrs.> Lyi.k,, Wit ''','?'. i
; ti teacu St. Mary arrived Friday, for a visit sermons Saturday eveningand I Club room. Friday Dec 10th!> nt I II I secretary. and treasurer This W. C'I :Miss Estellc: : Vv'oodaid. v.as u visitoi, Warren, of I'ulat'.a, arc I. ',Ip,
r of ear with Mrs.. McKwen's; parents, :Mr.. and Sunday afternoon. T. U. bids fair to accomplish
11 l 4 p. 111, Supper served from 1to i 81,! to Hampton Saturday.Mr. tives!' and friends. here.TO I
table, Mrs. S. J. Starling Sunday school has been changed ,,0'l'lol'k. Everybody invited. I I and everyone is invited to join I : and :Mrs. Simuel Holder am'' IIi Ii d
nil in Owen Mari of :Minis, spent the from morning. i to, :20::! ) in the afternoon 1 The Woman's Club met :Monday afternoon ';
I IGran.lmll I I rev. O. A. :Smith::: of Jacksonville, children, of Brooklynspent a day 01 :MV FHIEIIo1":: :
this Ii week-end here with relatives. at the Baptist church several here' week ] \ at !3 1 o'clock and after\ the here the first of the week with ,
spent days this two !! I have sold' c :he StallT'
oft h Jules Kuiiice: i.f :\lael'll'nny.11" a I \
< and business session the chairman, Mrs.
Friday ,
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Gainey spent .
with his family. Mr. and :Mrs. II. S. Roebuck.R. nizing Works to. Mr. c. (t'. :>' ,n
will.Ihol'l. visitor here' Sunday._ Saturday: with her son, E. S. Gainey, I Supt.I Jo:. I R. I'uppell I of Starke, was I JI L N. Stanton, presided, and n pleasant ,- :1 1. King: ', of Jackst.r.!' ilc! \vahero oxuoitii,, lli' bii>iiH'--, I lav, ,e
L. and I baby
i :11 r. and :011' 1 1)) Lik1 by was rendered. (Guitar;
J program
of LnCroase.
!In town Thursday.Arch Sunday afternoon. I
sitcom t thank the ul li 'I 111
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t, the cling < of Starkc. were weelt] -end visitors Winifrc.,1IIPI'lIt here, We nr" glad to rl'pnl.tll's: 1 I':;. J. Oiloni has returned, to his homein !solo' was rendered, by :Miss 1\III'"ha111\ J. V. Jones) of Hampton was In ourhlll'g' patronage. I have, enjoyed,11111.1'a l '' ,
s f :: ct :\/J'/ ". Wimbcrly. and Disc: from, hot fall of a Proctor, after which each member responded ,
Ward inr'i-oving St. Petersburg after a pleasant Sunday morning.Mi. for !i1. Sh.iv. the .1 n n>
with relatives r
a s cover* the week-enil here week ag? It was first thought thut stay with friends. and relative ?. to I the roll. call with a be II-MIIVU\ tn.ii I

COOl >0> returning to Lawtoy Sundny.. she suflVi: "| more. seriously than has Misses\ and Etta :Spires::: spent the on friendship., A round table :, and Willie (,))'de, of Starke. motorcc" entrusted to him will be CM >, '
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Thdthat Joe Jlurr, of l.awtey, spending proven, t t. he the case and l her friends week-end nt their. home near Midway.George discussion was then in order\ Delicious I I ort here Sunday! afternoon and spentn first-class ounce r..
J. T.
r with his father,
v it a few days here are. glad l to know she is getting on so Spires, of Midway, was in refreshments" were served by thehostesses while with her sister, Mrs.\ S. BVOOdlll'll. K. BURROWS:( :; r r.
''t origintnot { Marr.V : ;Mesdames' G. \Alderman, ;
town Monday.Silas \
a; in A. Sanders made, a business tripto well.Mrs. W. G!. Ball and P. :M. Padgett.Mr. ,
: . T. Litchfield, and little daughter Green's: mint show was in William Hull who is visiting his NOTH:
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the withick Jacksonville Monday.II. : IndIrs.: I.. A. ]Duncan entertitined
4;. were visiting relatives at LaCrosse town Thursday. evening. sister, :\11\ P. :M. Geiger of Waldo Nutiro In hereby .Klxrn, ,, ,Himivu" d.1!.. '
A. Gould, of Jacksonville, was 11".t week-end. :Mr. and Mrs." ' J. 1' Coffin of Johns- the Senior League Friday evening Sunday here! with his parents. dole, lo-wil, on tho I lUh! day of 1"01 I. ;
warm" transacting business here Saturday. the at their beautiful home. on :Main spent I). I Iflap. I will finwiit' I" Ilin, fount. .
I The cold weather the first of town, attended church here Sunday j I Mr.\ and. :Mrs :M. Hall of ". ,, ,I". my i j jnunu
/ PI'pvc'nh'1 The Seaboard I is installing a new who street. j tl'I'h, : : ; : y
week was appreciated by those Aaron Bailey visited his family I :Miss Dora McEwen); spent Saturday ? unit Matt, o
e c thcome water tank here.. The old tank hail<1 had killed .so much pork last week. here this week. :Mrs. D. W. Borum returned Sunday nt with her ti"terI..sL.: Fulfil. ilecnwiMl, and Hilv| | for. II,, I h
i I Hampton d Hiinu* and for ins Until] ih-ohnryc
been condemned, for some time. :Mr. :Mrs. .J. E. demons spent last weekend :Miss I Edna Epperson returned to evening after a pleasant visit with iJ. I Ross :ulmnlctrator.nntel : t
'i people irettan, of Waldo, has charge of the with relatives at Brooklyn. her school last week relatives at Elco, Ga. Samuel Woodard, was n visitor to I the IMth I day of /ll rt mlit-r, C
in thecan 111111.!)
1'! IKIweak work. A carload l of sweet potatoes! were Mrs\ P. p. tinkle, of J.'ivelilc.: was Arthur Brannen visited! his family 1 j Starko Saturday.. S. J. I II'TCIIAilminlHlrnlnr '
:MeHHfH." (Ircttnn; ]Hillman, Kelly loaded" 1 here this week by )K. II. de in town Friday. here Saturday and Sunday I .J, P. GufTord. has returned to his or the KxtHic: nf I M j
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and, llowcll spent, the week-end in mons. Mr.s.\ Cuy; Phillips has been dangerously home nt :Maitlaml' after n few days -.- -
podcrtr.around
I', Waldo with their families. C. demons! and Harley Hazen of : ill this week but is improving R.M FOIL 1 II I visit here on business. No Worm In a Healthy Chit,
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i needle Ed,l :Marr returned to his work in Alton, spent the week-end with home at this writing.Jim M. 7.. Sullivan was a visitor to I All children trntilik-il... with worms Im I
These Jacksonville Sunday after spending full s. Cone has accepted the placeas Raiford, Dec. 10.-B. L. Whitten, of Hampton Saturday afternoon healthy color which lodlrarespoor. ) llu.l,,! i-.
,i' < i several days hero with relatives. I. :Morgan( and G. W. Hazen made, u city marshal. Jack Chancoy having Ft. fierce was the guest of his parents j j.... r.- ._ A -m- rule there !I. moro t>r Jew stiimmh di.t" i I
the end - business trip to Gainesville Monday. resigned.Mrs. :Mr. rod ;Mrs.. W. I. Whitten, EAST: STARKE: GROSE'S TASTELHSS chill<)JIJC'If': i f
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meat th for two or throo week will curlrh tinM I I< i
Large CI.1111.1.. : :Miss 1Iazc.1Val'l'l'l1., of Starkc, . Will Andrews, of High Springs. Thursday. In | prove the di ..tlol). and B.t", H a Genrriv! !!

ed f'nIT.WIII'm.1, , spent Saturday here with her parents. was visiting friends. l in Lake ]Butler I. Taylor, of ..JlIl'ksonvilll'Va", in ,t East: Starke!, 11,'('. 19.-Aruch Harris I eninfl throwoffor Tunic dl'If'1 to tlie' th wlinli's"..,\ i.inamltliedi>"'1 1i. Nature, *,c
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i Clay Hill, Dec. IfI--II. It. Hudson, Dr. Jim Colon and family, of Sunday morning.S. /:. town Friday., 'j and family have moved sect IIr i was a business visitor to Jacksonville Gainesville: , passed through: here Sunday S. Proctor' filled, his regular appointment B. W. Jacobs! who has been s..rving'. [ We are sorry to report. little :Mis'Hoverly \- i I _
I, I For ) Tuesday.. enroute to New River to attend, at Baldwin Saturday and in the navy for a few years/ is here:' Cady on the sick list this i "DIAMOND DYE" OLD |

the dilfi. K II. (Carter is on the sick list at the unveiling. Sunday. KI'I.n.linvlonIIIY' : at Jackson with his!' parents!' Mr.. and :Mrs.. G. 0. week.!

r write ti this writing. Several dogs thought: to have been ville.Uev.. Jacobs. i| .1. S. Starling, of Lawtcy, was the GARMENTS LIKE ',

for Ext: L. N. &tnrling\ spent the weekendin bitten by a mad dog were killed, S. S. Proctor returned (Friday, DIw..John nie Greene and children guest of his aunt :Mrs. J. C. Carter, Any woman enn ,dye I f.nli'il.. -c
CuringSpencer Jacksonville\ with friends and rela Sunday. Several men followed afterthe from. Tallahassee. from Baker county, were guests of'' Friday night I I wcnrini iippurel.' whether wool. m',' 1

mad ,dog in hopes of overtaking,> I'.stonVilliams. 'visih'd his daughter Mr.\ and, :Mrs A. Andrews, !' Wednes-J I :Mrs. 1. D. Ricks of Stnrke wns the ton, linen or mixeil" pioiN.. t tn. .im !t

tives.Mrs.: . Nancy ferry is spending\ a him but failed! to do so.< Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz Sunday. I day and Thursday. guest' of her mother, Mrs.\ J. C. Carter ju-t like new, l h\ followlni.. _illl"1| I |yi
I'ROIM. few days in Jiickftonvlilc with her sister :Mrs. II. T. Ostecn is on the sick list Miss\ Emma:1 II. Hume of Washington A. D. Andrews made, n buinl'strip\ \ i Wednesday, tioim in each package of "Uiuiuon I (iii

Mrs. :MiiKgie Hudson. !suffering with a severe cold. D. C., left Tuesday for Lakeland to Jacksonville Tuesday. J I Fid, Harris of Bclmore!, is spending, r
Messrs.: (!. M.\ and L. M.: Carter W. Andrew of New River, was attending after n visit with Ivr sister Mrs.\ W. The Kuiftrrtl High School basket ball a few days with his mother Mrs. 1920! ( AUTO T.GSOW: UK: i b

I After made a business trip. to Jacksonville to business! hero Monday.J. : G, Hull teams played the :Melrose" teams Friday :Mainly Harris. For the convenience of the 'tI
k E. demons spent Sunday in Billy Roberts and son of Five !Mile repristrations "r,;fP P
has beet, Tuesday. i afternoon at Melrose: the score Brooks Shipman motored over to i applications for ;
done, tin Barney. Lung is on the Kicklist, nt Gainesville: with his daughter, :Mrs. were in town Tuesday. of the girls being 19 to 14 in fnvor of Jacksonville! on business Monday af I| vehicles!' for the year liVJU! : ;SIll!

high cot. this writing. Kinsey. :Mrs Garland. Purnell is the guest of Melrose, and the boys l losing< to :Melrose ternoon.. i 1 FILED NOW, if accompaniedI >.

f down toY Quite a crowd of the young folks! Fred! Ilazcn spent last weekendin her parents :Mr. find Mrs. L. A. Dun by n !score' of 28 to !r.. The girls :Mr. and, :Mrs. David/ Luke were the I mittance. Trigs will be sent ouf

of onlyconsume< attended the cane grinding at J. S.heseott Tampa on business.G. can.Mr. and. boy!' were entertained, by :Mrs. A. wec'k-ond lIl'lItof\ the Intter's parents the middle, of December in tif
] Saturday night.: W. ]Lewis, of Starkc!, made a call and Mrs. Brocus lI.ftIoncJm'! Cocks after the game./ :Mr. and :Mrs. R. S. Green, of the new year. f fi
If fury A- to our town one day last week. for Palm Beach and other! points o'f :Miss Bessie Kennedy spent the weekend near Middlcburg.: i Please! see that all quested>

iilW, a duco twkConsume s liUOOKEKllronker : :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot! and daughter, interest after n visit!' with Rev and in Lake! Butler with her parents. :Mrs[. J. C. Curler picked, two quartsof k I answered and your name and ;lA

. Inez, spent Saturday in Alachua shop I I Mrs: Armstrong and family. :Miss :Mamie! Denmark spent the'' strawberries from. about 100 plantsof I I is printed or plainly written t,11

'. be ii drug Dec li).-II. S. Warren ping. !'' Noble Armstrong, a student at the week-end in Stnrke with relatives and the :Missionary variety Sundny. i i errors. The law requires you ,J1
" "" If the moved,] his family here. last week and Lucian Hazen made a trip to Alachua university at Gainesville! spent the friends.. ; Quite n crowd of young folks attended cute the application before a *

I \ fay, two are located, in the Heville cottage.' Sunday afternoon. week-end with his parents. Rev. and The Weaver Drug store opened up prayer meeting nt the Ran Public or some officer! using a I
a;. wheat fa :Mrs. Crawford of Alachuu, spent Supt. E. R. Poppell of Starke made :Mrs. Armstrong. He left :Monday for their Christmas toys Thursday, morn- i dolph schoolhouse Sunday/ night. Blanks may be secured from (1
visit to our school here Tuesday afternoon Jacksonville where! he has I II. Notario+
be (cheap last week-end, with relatives here.. II accepted a ing. -- -- ---- Justices of the Peace
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\ I to contain, Mrs. K.: I.. Crosby is spending this position during the holidays .. B. Ritch has moved into his new I SAMPSON: ( :' CITY lie and County Officers, or the J Jtrol'.er. :
would, Im week in Lake City with her daughter: Our school is progressing nicely Last Friday evening a number of home about a mile from. town formerly "'
I i'lae nan !Mrs L L. Kubanks.K with our efficient corps of teachers. the B. Y. P. U. members!' met nt the occupied by B. I. Taylor Sampson City Dec. ]IS).-:Mr. and ERNEST AMOS: ::
+ Two new pupils were enrolled this Baptist church for the of of Stake in :Mrs. W. H. Sloan the weekend "'
,- would, be :, IT. demons/ and family of \Vnu- purpose Ralph Alvarez was I :Mrs. spent State Comptroller.
i1 tie/. rails! ('hulll.lI..e. visiting nt the home of their week Myers Warren and Maude Mal- taking the examination on B. Y. P. U. town Sunday afternoon. ,'I with the hitter's parents, Mr. and 11-28-41. ,!IE

her boots. father J. E. Clemons. phurs. manual given by Miss Crystal Arm- Brady HO'lilrV!' Smith and :Mr.Vnrnes :Mrs. R. N. Cain, lit Louise. ________ 3'! ,
nil the reiWith Lester Shaw and mother were visiting :air and :Mrs. J, .1. Morgan were in.,. strong. There were 12 young people! were visitors to Stnrke :Monday ] :Messrs.[ Ilognn: Smith and Charley Habitual Constipation Curd

a the county seat :Monday, Starke Saturday shopping. I I passed this examination none going morning.The Dirt were visitors to Hawthorne Sunday In .14 to 21 Days '

scarcity of Rev. Ridcnour, of Fairbanks. filled L. A. Brown made a business tripto below 90 and several making 100 percent Glee Club from Gainesville! put lI! 'LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a 81!

'. "refs don' his appointment here Sunday to large Gainesville Monday Another examination will beheld on n play at the State! Farm Saturday. ',:. Mrs.: W. J. Roberson waR a business prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for t''
+ Y\ strike. Oi, 'onjregatiiins. lie has been. called to Lester Pinholster of Pine Hill, was Thursday night for those who night. visitor to Hampton Tuesday., <':nn; tip,1linn. It relieves prnin|> ,

I i harder I h. the pastorate of the Baptist church in town cm business :Monday. could not attend Friday, and, on Sun- W. II. Andrews, made n business trip I Ito C. A. Smith, of Hawthorne, wna\ I, shou induce! I be regular taken regularly action.! It for Stimuli 1 i t?

Truby Pinholster, one of the efficient day evening these young people will t Jacksonville Tuesday.Rev. \ visitor here Monday and Tuesday .
) that quilt) here and. services will he held regularly 1 Retaliates.! Very Pleasant to Tat
the q rant] on the second Sunday of each members of the school board, at- have the graduating exercises' and re E. C. Wells filled his regular'' :Mrs Alice Kite and,I Mill_ Eva Wnr- per Untie.

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