Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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U ual. Comes Safely Thru Bradford County Teachers Association Entries Closed The rains that have fallen, this I
an Two Escaped Convict and Three The standard, of requirement to "ut'MdU-CUllh'MIN in week have done untold .' "fJ'f
good and tho 1
Ordeal met in the high school au- the honor Only Two) of the DiMriclH
one's placed on
Burglars Captured have name soil bun
and had an i had the\ first good wetting inover :
ditorium last Saturday
-- roll is us follows: Punctuality, 97 \i, >
a though the drouth has
The tropical hurricane which ragedon interesting: session II. occupied B. Wiggins the Sunday Sheriff Epperson and Deputy i per cent; attendance, il5> per cent; deportment A great deal l of interest limas been I boon so severe that at many places "
coast of Florida county superintendent Brooker business l 110 per cent; scholarship, manifested in the selection of trustees dirt
the southwestern officers were Baisden were in on as dry us dust can still be found \
the following
Tuesday, only Rave Starke a disagreeable and While there they captured two I'O' per cent, I for the bond issue authorized by a few inches telex the surface. The ;
day, with possibly; two inches elected: escaped convicts, Floyd Benjamin, Firiit J'rade--J\larip\ Brown, Mildred l the election held on October ,IMli I; rums may not have come in time to j
of rain, driven by a northeasterlywind. Pr'sld'ntIrs.! Bessie McGrudcr sentenced for life, and Fred Venice, Grime Mary\ Brownlee, Fcnellu Snyder I when the citizens of the ('OUllt'otl'd do the growing crops much good, but 'f
The wind was just severe Starke. sentenced for two years. These prisoners Thomas Cason, Colson : by a majority of 8 to 1 to bond for they will start olT. vegetables nicely .
enough to whip leaves and twigs from Vice President, II. II. Black Law- had escaped from Raiford August 'I I elmer Williams, Billy Harris MorriR'1'road construction und impro\i-mont. and give the farmers a nuance to ,. a.

the hade trees, blow down some rotten tey. 30th, and thought themselves Inman, Frank Inmun; Miss \ ) The election for trustees will be hold plant outs and r>'e.
fences and interfere to some extent Secretary and tn.asun'rIllIs! Eunice f-afe. AB there is reward of flOO teacher.' on Tuesday, November 1Mb. Tuesday I The half dead strawberry plants 1

with the telephone and electric Hazen Brooker. for each, the omcers mad a lucky Second grade Etholin White, Mar- I wall the last day for entering will also )get u now louse of life, and y ,
wires. The worst'of it was over about The president appointed the following haul. Irot'iIIIR 11111. )Ben Sternberg, Mer- candidates in the contest, und the official store" plants will bo net out. The berry rt
midnight Tuesday, and though Wednesday (: program committee: B. 13. Tuesday morning Sheriff Eppersonreceived 1,11; Williams. ballot will now ho murlo up\ with acreage: will be small, but before
was cloudy and windy, litttlc Lane, Miss Olive Ray, II. II .Black. a phone message from A. A. Third grade: 11 (c-Ia" McI I I the following mimes: the rains it looked like there would j
rain fell. After an address by Supt. Wigginsthe Durden, of Hampton, stating that his Lane, Alice FernandoBeverly Cadv. District No. J. I.lIwh'y-J I.. llur- bo\ no \berries ut all next season
Hut on and near the west coast meeting adjourned until the afternoon store had been broken into the night! Louise Howe; Miss\ Evelyn; J1l'nllII'l..1 1'clI.r.. E. Ti>rod<'. The wild! pastures have been frecheneile i '
session.At I District No. 2. Sturke north J. II. t
south of Clearwater, things were before und many articles stolen. teacher up and the cattle can now drink
B. B. Lane madean
A high tide inundated a 2 p. m. Prof. Among them were four blue sergesuits Fourth grade: B 'lallll-1.ouh I Rite'Ii. their fill of good water. Befoni the
worse.portion of very Tampa's business district, address on "Discipline and" the and several pairs of shoes worth Hayes, Clara Ixmise Peek ; Miss Marguerite District' No. 3, Sliirko, south E.: S. mills, tin cattlethat did not cone: to :
all business and even thenewspapers Best !Method of Obtaining It. This in all about $400. The sheriff and Shrlxc-r" \teacher. .Matthews. ./' / town to drink out of the fountains, 1
stopping .4
could not be printed. Long was an excellent discourse on training Deputy Baisden went to Hamptonand Fourth grade: A class-Paul Ernest District No.4. Hampton, Thorossu hud to drink the ill-smelling. liquid .
in self-control on the part of the learned that colored J. \\'lItllon.J.'ifth und Graham-A. A. Durden. coming from the
stretches of railways are under water, a young man, Knight, septic tanks or else ;.'
trees are blown across the roads and pupil, which is preceded by selfcontrol living at Lawtey, had been there the grade: B class-Ralph Cheshire District No. fi, Brooker and New from dirty pools full of dead fish\ !,'
on the part of the teacher. River-. C. Cone, G. W. Huzen. _.. '
telegraphic and telephonic connections afternoon before The sheriff officer ; Mrs. Bessie McGrudor. \( r.Seventh -- -- -- --- ,t,
"How Can a Teacher Improve Ills then went to Lawteyin spite of the nlh'-I Eugene Matthews, There will lie contests in only two -I
broken At Plant City there was address ; GO; TO HI'ATK: FARM NOV. 2nd. : 1
Work ? was the subject an of the districts' Ijiwtey and Brooker.In ,
4-inch precipitation and a dispatch had weather und arrested three negroes Miriam Ortagus, Gussle Mae Bennett, t ,
a by Rev. II. II. Black, of Law. the discussion of the
from there : in a house there who werefound Russell Daniel, Edna Manning: Mius preliminary \ I
says tey. Among the many fine suggestions matter number of other Editor Telegraph-: you: kindly } "
and fieldsin to have some of the stolen Eva 1'0Wl.Jt.'a'hl.'r.\ H personswere 'J:.
"All vegetable strawberry
was this thought, "Make only prominently mentioned for membership I allowspaco for the following in ;!t'"
their allconfl'RlIl.d of of
this section have been washed clothing on persons. They Owing to the sickness one
up. such acts and thoughts a pleasure as on the board In district 4 reference to tho. visit of the American 1
to the theft and told wherethe the teachers, the high school and the
In the lowlands, water is practicallytwo :
will furnish you opportunity for ad. J. S. driller; was urged by friends to Prison Congress to the Farm on t ,y
feet deep. Every town in this rest of the goods were concealedat grade honor roll will nut appear
vaneeme'nt" Saxton under an old shanty Mr. until next week. become' a candidate, and it was understood Wednesday, Nov. 2nd. ;1
section is without telephones or electric
"How to Secure Better Attendance"was Baisden went under the house and for several iln>'s I that be would \\'(' IIrc' expecting\ u liirge number i

lights"How discussed by !Miss Olive Ray, II.B. found all\ the stolen (foods, which bad 1 (;KAIIAM contest with !Mr. Durdcn, but !he fin- of visitors to the Farm nil that date, : "
St. Petersburg hUll fared is Wiggins B. B. Lane and II. H. been placed in four suit cases. Thenegroes ally declined the use of his name. Ill by a delegation attending the American '.
not known at this writing Key WestsutTered Black. Prison Congress in Jacksonville. .'
dials t't No. 2 Mr. It. S. HumphreyWHS ,
brought to Statke and :
were Graham Oct. 28.-Mo''-'-'', Ed Par
no damage. In St. Augustine Mr. Lane made a talk urging the in the jail.HAMPTON. a favorite/ with u large number There will bo delegates\ from" \practically t 0/:
the water of Mantanzus river teachers to attend the next state put county rich' David Kelly and Nlriam Wynn I of people, and In district! No. R Mr S. every state in the Union und 'f.

broke over the sea wall, driven by a teachers association; which will l be were hu"iIU'1I8'isitorll to Starke on I R. Johns was xtrongly" urged to become they are coming for the 1 purpose of f

50-mile wind. Jacksonville had a very In Orlando during Christmas week Monday.The I u candidate, his friends going seeing I the) Farm, our IlIdullt!' f''', I the \ '
heavy rain and a wind blowing at He stated that their attendance there body of Zcke Purrish was laid HO fur us to secure u petition to have sloik, poultry, li\ing quartern, and i t4
times CO miles hour and in in favorof Hampton, Oct. 2K.-Mr. and Mrs.C. to rest Monday afternoon at So'cloclt 1 I
an was will help towards legislation his name printed man the ofilcial bill- ; how wo handle our prisoners.
F;. and Mr. and Mrs. Williams I "
Harper Mt. Sinai Rev.
at cemetery. Charley '
partial darkness Tuesday night a constitutional amendment providing lot. At the lust, however, both docidod In order to do Justice to these pooplc' "
huxtbeen "
On the whole as far as now known for an increased school fund. shopping in Gaines Smith performed the lust sad rites. I IIr. that in the interest of harmony it will not be possible to have lo- '
the storm damage is not serious anywhere Lawtey extended 11 cordial invitation ville.P. !\ and Mrs. Mann Robinson, of I it would lii bout to Iodine the use of cal visitors hero that day except thosu t
in Florida and lives the association to meet in M. Geiger, of Theressa was a Sampson, were visitors! lit the homeof t tp
no are reported to I heir minion.JKNMNSSM.COV. who bring or send their curs to aid us
This business visitor here Saturday.Mrs. Mr. und Mrn. I E. J, Murrhee Mon
lost. their late in November
town in faking thl'IIe"I"f'\ over tho Faim.
meeting will probably be held Friday : Josephine Sullivan is spendingthis day.Mr. I fool sure the local people will ippiodule -
: ; \
week with her son, ClevelandSullivan and Mrs. Alfred Varnes anddaughter
after Thanksgiving, and teachers .
LONG BRIDGE just I our position in thin mutter
in attendance will be paid thesame of Theressa. ', Mrs. Eva Johns, of Stiirke,
i und 1 will allow to entertain (hem
I Mrs. C. M. Priest and Mrs..1. attended the burial of.eke Pnrrish Mr. Ernest Jenkins and Al lax K.; I.u- im
Long Bridge, Oct 28.-II. O. Rivers The as if they had Saturday taught was that very day. : Johnson were shopping in Starke F'I !Monday.Truby. cile Silcox, were nmmcd at tho homo liny time. they 2nd. wish to come exceptNovember .r

was a business visitor to Lake But program Saturday.Mrs. Dyul made a business trip of the bride's parents, Al r. and Mrs.Silas i
and the
helpful and interesting su-
ler last week. I C. R. Harper left Saturday for to Waldo Tuesday. Sill-ox, onnt of Stinko, Wednesday very truly,
S. C. Crews was attending to I business \ officers! urge be every ouksville, Miss., where she will he I I I Mrs 1J . October" l!(Iith! in the ' endsf J. :S. BUTCH,
in Johnstown Saturday at rNoacmbcr mmting in Lawt'y.RAII'SOS present. the guest of her sister Miss Hattie I iture loathe county seat 1We dneadnyls a number! of "relatives ami sf1r. Superintendent.I .

Grettis Thomas and Francis Waters Turner, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Loin Brown of lImJ1- Rev. F. B. Johns, of Slarko, I'l'rfo..n-' . I
of Miller were guests of relatives Neal Youngbliiod, of Theressa, has son, spent Mondny with Mr. and Mrs. ed the ceremony. I : MILK: .
and friends' here Saturday and : CITY been a business visitor here.G. Arthur Brown. The groom a son of Mr. P. II, Jenkins -
C. Lee of Starke businessvisitor Is man noted for his Five Mile, Oct. 2H.-Mrs. 1'. I'. Doklo 1i
Sunday. was a Truby Dyal was a luminous caller n young
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Johns were attending Sampson City, Oct 28.-Rev. A. C. here Tuesday. to SIImpsonVpdn"lIclIlY.. industry and sterling character./ The und son, Murrus, were shopping In

to business in Starke Thurs Crews of New River, filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. C. P. all"l'rlnel Mr. find Mrs.'' Henry Wilson and bride, is n \popular nnd aeconapliaimed' "'ol.thilll'tonVt.lrwMdIlY..
day appointment here Sunday. daughter Clara May, of VlleItll.Ga" granddaughter; Miss Stella Smith, of young lady. The many fiiotidn. of the Mrs. Clara Walker und daughter,
Lloyd Clark was numbered on the Edgar Sparks, of New River, spent have been guests of her father Wnldo, spent the week-end with I their newly wedded couple winh. them all M "II. Mandy Johns, were guests of s
sick list lust week Sunday here guest of friend P. B. Hunt, this week. : daughter): Mrs Lewis Mall hews. happiness. : friends, und! relatives Saturday and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Johns and little Misses' Bessie and Cord Abernathyand Hampton suffered a severe windstorm Mrs W. T. Wusdin. of Waldo, was I Sunday.
son, of Lake Butler puHxcd throughour Math Wasdin of Graham, attended Tuesday, but, without any serious visiting her parents; Mr. and Mrs O. !!. T..1. Doklo and tI..lI. Nelson, ,
burg one day last week church here Sunday. damage. "'. Dyul Thursday.Messrn. W. .M. WAINWIUGIII': : PROMOIHD l ': were guests of Mr. unit 1\1 rH. J I'. P. 1.1II' 1.

Euria Johns of Pine Hill, was in Miss Eflio Sloan is visiting her aunt Supt. II. Wiggins, of Starke, attended Irving and Lee Dyul were DekU Saturday ami Sunday. ,
our burg one day last week. Mrs. R, Burrows this week Sunday School here Sunday.Rev. business visitors to llumpton Friday A news Item from Tallahassee, darted Elders: M. O. Touchstone, of Quit. r ',
John Hodges): was attending tobusi- Miss Mire\ Varnes and brother, Burke, of Waldo filled his appointment afternoon. October 21st, says : man, Oil, and K.: C. Craig, of I Ijuidor- '

ness in Lake Butler Saturday. Smith, of Stake spent Sunday here. lit the Methodist church 1 Sheriff. Epperson und Bainden, of "W. Wainwright, of Slarko, will dale county, .Ala, tended the association ,
II. T. Parnell, of New River was a Pock Warren spent Sunday with Sunday.Rev. Starke, were visitors here Friday. fill the position ns warrant a cloth vacated at 1:, hllllY1I1I'Ih\ Friday to

pleasant visitor to Jasper Monday. his mother, Mrs. A. V. Varnes. and Mrs. Daugherty: of Knoxville : Edgar Sparks and sister, Grade, of by Mr. Vivian, and F. 11. Ellis I, Sunday, delivering interesting discourses i t
Dr. King of Lake Butler, was a pro- Ray McKinney, of Graham, spent Tcnn., were guests of Mr. and i Mounteocha, were hero Friday shopping who for tin1 past few months bus boon each\ day. \:
feitionul caller to Mrs. W. T. Turner's Sunday here !Mrs. J. Allen Friday. They were on connected with the stiite'H auditing Mr. and \Mrs. Stove Camm were '11
Sunday evening, Mrs. C. Harris is visiting her chil- their way to Theresa where Rev. I !Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and Miss department, will bo transferred In the guests of Mr. and Mm. Oscar RI mimes ',!:

A party was enjoyed at the homeof dren at Belle, S. C. Daugherty is conducting a series of Ethel Byrd were visitors to Starko position auditing clerk in the comp Sunday.
P. D. Welches Thursday night A Mr. and Mrs. W .II. Sloan and children meetings. Thursday. troller's ofHco, formerly held by Mr. Mr ", ..I1\lrM. T. II. Runes were the

large crowd attended and reported a spent Saturday afternoon and W. B. Alexander, traveling salesman Napoleon Starling, of Mountenrhu Wainwright" guests of ic'lutivuit here Saturday and

nice time. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Burrows was a business visitor to Orlando is visiting relatives here (his week Mr. Vivian, after having for Several Sunday.Mr. 1
Mr. and !Mrs. P. S. Crews, of this at Starke. and points of interest in the Lacy Reynolds returned to Tempo months held\ the difficult position and M I'll. Will Dukes spent Sunday -
section' were business visitors to New Lee Burrows, of Starke, was in our southern part of the state this week. Tuesday.Mrs. of warrant clerk in the comptroller's with their' uunt, Mrs. Barbara

River Thursday afternoon. town Sunday. Messrs. A. A. Durdcn, Dr. W. B. Frank Hc'villc, primary teacher office, nccrpted a position with lime Dukes. i
Sorry to report Mrs. W. T. TurnerIs Messrs. Lynk Williams and Logan Parks J. II. Saxon and J. F. Johnson I of our school and Miss Lois Moodv state road department. That Mr. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Goodman wore
on the sick list this week. Smith made a business trip to Graham were business visitors to Starke Tuesday spent tho week-end with friends and Wainwright, who has served In the guests of Mr. and 1 Mrs. D. I. Illume 'i I+ '

Prayer meeting was well attendedat I Friday. relatives at Micunopy. comptroller's olllco but a short tune, Sunday. :', ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Charlie Smith of Hawthorne, madea B. J. Prevatt and family, of Starke, Gentry Stokes of Brooker was a was thus promoted, speaks well for Miss Oak Gilbert IH visiting relatives "' .';'
Moody Saturday night.L. I business ('a1hl're\ Monday. were guests; at the home of J. J.'. business visitor here Friday his ability and attention to duty. hero for a few days '. I I.J
L. Johns, of Pine Hill section was John McKinney of Graham, spent Johnson Sunday E.; J. Murrhrp, Mr. and Mrs John, . \M. Dukes Raymond Hewitt, Lo- ,
in our burg last Wednesday. : Saturday and Sunday here with his The W. M. U. of Hampton baptist Beville spent Saturday in Starke. HIGHLAND\ roy MizellM and 1 !Romeo Deklu wore 'h

G. W. Sapp was a business visitorto I friends. church, put on the play entitled "Aa Mr. Parnoll, of, Long Bridge, gave; visitors. ut the homo of 1'. P. Ili-kla! $!'
Starke Saturday. I Newn Thomas was among the visitors ron Slick on Pumpkin Crick" at Lawley quite an interesting talk Saturday afternoon Highland, (,..t. 28.--Mr. in.J Mrs. Sunday afternoon.D. \
Mr and Mrs. It. J. Turner and children to the county seat last week. Friday. They were very much on contracting tomatoes for Glenn Crews mind baby, of Lithia, arrived I I. Illume! was a business visitorto ,
of Gainesville were visiting relatives Kirby Smith has moved his familyto pleased with the fine attendance and shipment Saturday for a visit with his Lake. Butler Saturday.i,
and Friends here Saturday and Hawthorne. the many kindnesses shown them A. 1' Carter, of Johrmtown, was a "i
by I !Mrs. Walter Edmondson und children : parents Mr. and !Mrs F. M. Crews.R.
Sunday.M Mrs. Eva Smith and children, Emory the Luwtey people. visitor here Thursday.OMMUNITV. '\
of Sampson, spent Saturday arid I L. Crews, of Hampton, spentSunday '
II. Moody, of this section was a Juanita and J. B., Miss Belle and The state Sunday school conventionwill I Sunday with her parents Mr. ond here with relatives. --' -
business visitor to the State Prison Mr. Wiggins of Gainesville were visitors convene at lie First Christian Mrs. Alfred McKinney.K. Miss Beth Wlmbfily. Miss Wini ( SIN( .Y

Farm Saturday.P. here Sunday afternoon. church here next Saturday arid Sun- B. Murrhi'B was a business visitor fred Wimberly md Gilbert Barker i
B. Crews was a business visitor Messrs. Kirby Smith, W C. Hunt day. Delegates from different partsof to Sampson Saturday. motored to Lawtey Friday. It was unanimously voted, Sunday
to Starke Wednesday. and W. B. Harris made a business the state will be present and there Arley Thomas, of Ziff, was a visitor Mrs. W. J. Ifunlee and children, of to continue the gatherings in the park ', ,;.
Everette Itenfroe, Pierce Crews, trip to Graham Saturday. will he dinner on the ground.; I here Friday afternoon. Brooker, are upending some time with until cold/ weather UH everyone enjoys -
Joe Dowling und R. J. Turner were Lynk Williams is visiting friends in Miss Juanita flirt visited her parents Messrs. Math Wasdin and Oscar I". M, Crews und family. these get-together ol't'nlir mootingM .
callers to Lake Butler Sunday afternoon Hawthorne this week at Melrose Sunday. Dyul have been busy of lute hunting, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Carrulbers \ on Sunday afternoon, singing
Mrs. Bishop, of Norfolk] Va., is the having killed fifteen raccoons and and baby, of Jacksonville, arrived on und visiting. )Dr. David Lander directed -
W. T. Turner, of this section was DEATH OF :MR. PARRISH guest of her daughter, Mrs. K. B. several foxes Sunday for u visit with relatives. I the vocal music Sunday Mrs.

in Lake Butler Sunday morning.P. I Watterson, and Mrs. A. A. Futch this Mrs Martha Parrish and son, of George: Parker, of Jacksonville, M. I.. Smith contributed u vocal solo
S. Crews is on the sick list this Ezekiel Parrish died at his home week. Sampson, were visitors here Satur. spent Sunday here with his father which was greatly appreciated and J,
week! in Sampson Sunday evening, October G. W. Parker. the orchestra rendered valuable! service

Kith aged 67 years BIRTHDAY PARTY day.Mr.. and Mrs. Elando Maine, of Elbert Grlflls, of Tampa visited his I
ADMITTED: TO THE BAR Of near relatives the deceased leavesa Waldo, were here shopping Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grlflls There will an addition of two or '
widow and eleven (children also Little Miss Ethel Sasser celebrated afternoon. Sunday. three instruments to the orchestra

County Judge R. A. Green was in three sisters Mrs. A. V. Varnes of her 9th birthday Saturday afternoon, Messrs. Will Jones, Ed Purrish and : ?,,..". II. C. Wimberly' ' had as her Moon.
Tallahassee ]last week to take the ex- Starke, and Mesdames J. B. Brown Oct. 22, with a party given in her little daughter\ Pearl, were visitors; to gu. Monday the following ladiesto You arc Invited to attend ut four
amination for admission to the bar, and J. A. J. McKinney of Sampson. honor at the home of her sister Mrs. Sampson Sunday. n "ipend-thc-day" party, Mrs. Walter o'clock Sunday afternoon. I

and his host of friends will be gladto The deceased had for many years beena R. L. Mott. I Irving Lee and/ Ruby Dyal spent X aria, Mrs. C'has. Dinkins, Mrs
know that he made a high average resident of that section but was Several games were enjoyed, as Sunday at ZifT with their brother, Paul Dinkins, of Luwtey and Mrs. BENEFIT OF LAWTKY SCHOOL 4 4i'rof.
i and attained his ambition to he ", ('known\ all over the county as a well aa the contest, "Pinning the Tail Truman Dyal. J. W. Crime, the occasion being Mrs.
; admitted to the practice of law. Examinations man of probity, and had made a host on the Donkey." Elizabeth William Math Wasdin, Mrs. Card Abernathy I Wimbcrly' birthday. Ix-Barge, of world wide note
! for admission to the bar of friends who join the bereaved received first prize, a box of station- and Bessie attended church at The Seaboard In making Dome need UH a musician nnd entertainer, will
I, in Florida are held by the supreme family in mouring his departure. The fry, and the booby prize, a package Sampson Sunday.Mr. ed repairs to their property hero and appear in Lawtey Friday night Oct. :
I court justices and applicants must he interment took plare at Mt. Sinai of chewing gum, was awarded Dora and Mrs. James Reynolds and lengthening their sidetracks. Mr. J. 2Kth at R p. m. Ho I Is considered one .
well grounded in the principles of law cemetery, near Graham, Rev. Charles Manning.The Frank and Henry Padgett\ attended Shepard of Starke has charge of the of the best I banjo players In the world
|to be able to pass. It is, therefore a Smith conducting the funeral rites. invited guests were Etholyn church at Rock Sunday. work. and one of the ten best violin players. ;,'

distinct compliment when an applicant white, Evelyn] and Marjorie Stump, Prof. Revels was a visitor to Hampton lie also entertains In lectures and
comes away from Tallahassee PRESBYTERIAN Edna, Pearl and Dora Manning, Ivn, Saturday afternoon. vention Saturday and Sunday! ] fun making.
with a certificate setting forth that Edyth and Willie Mae Sloan Thelma Messrs. Arley and Dock Thomas, of Messrs. J. It. Bevill and Odell Abernathy Admission! 2Gc for children; f floe for
he has been admitted to the bar of Sahbuth school at 10 a. m. Seals, Leah Struth, Alice Fernandoj Ziff, attended Bible school here Sun- were visitors to Therussa on adults.
Florida. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. Julia Canova, Patsy Brlnson, Minnie Sunday and attended the revival at -
Judge Green laid the foundation for No evening service.\ The Methodist Starling, Vivian Knight, Louisa Mott I day.Odell Abernathy, of Jacksonville, the Christian church. SINGING CONVENTION;
Mi! law education at Yale University, church has the right of way now. Pauline Dubose, Elizabeth "Williams : was a visitor here Saturday. Subject for Christian Endeavor,
nd hag since pursued his studies I/ot's all go there and worship together Minnie Mae Chesser George, John : Mrs. Frank Abernathy and Mrs. Sunday night, Oct. 30th "How Can The second singing convention of
''llgently He will now take up the I at 7:30: p. m. and Frank Inman, Joe Wiggins, Oscar i Will Jones were appointed to represent We Apply the Goldep Rule Today" Union county will be. held ut Sardis!
ractice> In matters that do not con. i I Your servant in Chrl t.I Scott, Carl Mott, Glenn McMillan i the Christian Endeavor and the Prof. Revels leader. Beginning at church Nov. Tith next. All Invited to y

ICI: with his duties as county judge. DAVID LANDER. Paul Duboso. : Sunday school at the Hampton con- 7:80. Everyone Invited. -.. come and bring their baskets. '




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.. "Ill.." ,II i-J. ... lilt" >U.IIslum mnt I (liTng new-...*o4i."tiling;: : significant (ulI-'i' ..a iIiTT"guTiTniig; Tv>T luealii, fluiild

,, and vawned 'I <... got la go Into I something eiMatU- In life hours In the gurden or bt-slde the CLOGGED BLOOD
== .
.. a inivtliig, "f tlie |1''''-|1'111i1 "board.c i i From that dour h.. \\ a. never quite fire, nnd In the other wai the confu ednd

I <; ">d nl/M I; .., I.I-IIIM-.IK. I'm ....Bd. Don't at cuae In Cherrj "" cutnpBii' } and "rouliled and ecstatic con.'lou8'
Mt out here inooii.iii: with ('.,Ie all avoldud being nlom with tier. even for neig of the neu relationship between WITHERS
Sisters IlIj l.t. (" '1 1M! :.. I 111I I Inxtnut, although her jvrewnce always Peter and herself. the, knowledge that

i I II Peter said to hlhiwlf, that new Cherry caused him the new and tingling be, did not merely admire her did not

would !go, t"l). but an the screen delight. !! read her honest blue ejes merely feel for ber an unusual affection

door bunged ll htlj ufier Allx. nnd the truly and knew- that although, like but tlmt I.e'ae consumed by a !SICK AMIE..\..

dull glimmer of <.'h,.rr. > '" xtrlped gown himself fche was conscious of the new' burning adoration. of her slightest,, motion FROM EXERTION TAKE

I CJJ] : did not move lu the soft hhiiduw, a sweetness and brightness, of fife she the turn of her wriM!. tlie smile GUDE'S PEPTOMANGAN -
sudden reluctance uml fllntuKte seized had never entertained for an Instant Hhe gave Kow at brenkfafct time, the .:

.". liloi. He bad been \l1I"' the flitting thought that, It was !Peter's' motion ulie made when site stopped to -

TI" aware of her all afternoon ; lie bad f..llnfo, ber that made It so. She tie ber tJioe or raised ber arm to break Men and women' who toil, ]ther

KATHLEEN I known e delicious warmth and stir thought! perhaps, that U would be, the an apple from the low, dusty branches.Tlie physically or mentally' use up .cnerir..

NORRIS at his heart that be had not uimljr.ed.If old childish happiness that, vhe. had glory of being so loved envelopedber When they overwork they UHe up
Indeed It could 1 be an ljred Now.: known In the valley, the freedom lint!1 like a great shining garment' and more energy and sometimes the blood

suddenly be. did not want the beauty leisure. and Irresponsibility of the old her checks glowed softly rosy, and ireti in a run-down condition Without -

and gloom and charm of that feeling days.Tlie. there was a new and liquid softness, rest the blood cannot jret back

touched. His heart tiffcun; to beat I, next day she talked In a troubled a sort of shining !glitter, In ber blue to normal so that it becomes dopced!
_ ...
'N& II. heavily agnin, and be knew that be I uncertain way of going back to ejes. with waste matter from over exer

must slop the unavailing' game now. I I Red Creek and he knew why, Rut I'eler was quiet that evening and tion.

I' But be bad nut ruckuiied on Clierry., '' Allx was so aghast/ at the, \Idea and was gone the next morning when the The clogfred blood virtually withers

She twisted. In her' chair and he beard I Peter who was closing Dr. Strick ulsters cume out to breakfast. He had the body. The strained looks on pale

CHAPTER 1-Wlth hln two daughter*, a child' long bappy .Ii:". land's I'lItet.'nll so careful to depart left a met>nage to the effect that be faces, the thin, bloodless' arms, the
Allx. and cherry, the latter Juat "IKh'.en "Oh. so am I tired too!" she early In the morning and return only would not be at home that night and sunken cheeks and necks, the detj.
*ar* old. and hi* ..Ie.,.,. Anne, I Doctor
IItrleklan4.. ntl'"". I I. livlnr at Mill Val- breathed' reluctant!}. "1 bate 1* I late .at night: that the little alarm IfU at four o'clock telephoned, confirming tired feeling! are the results of tale
l.y. a hort cloHvit friend I* I't r Joyce, ornetning "
: or a r clun*. VUltlnc In th* vicinity fur half an hour1! lou can bate all The next' time that Cherry went Into the 1..1.h"lIe.tlld Cherry who was In giving oxygen.
Martin tJoyd :',! enginaer: ri the!' moonlight there' U, Peter." Her town. Allx did not go. and Peter her room beurd, Peter's name and Workers po to the drug store and
faun in Uiv* with and crijy bucome ,
nfad to Cherry, white flgure fluttered toward the door. sitting on the deck of the, <*erly boat tnxid still, listening with a shock of pet Gude'H Pepto-Manpan when thiy
.. her with anked her to hove disappointment. feel weak and run down.
"Uood night 1" she raid drooping ber agnln And In That Moment Allx Cam In They tuk,
CHAITEH IIVhlI: th* family Cbrry I* little bead to choke a )a"II. A moment luncheon with him. Immediately a Hut at eight; o'clock that evening, it in either the liquid or tablet form.
0 peculating M* to Uoyd Intention* -
brlnii* him to aupper practically a o* later he heard her hughh'lth, cloud fell on ber face and lie saw' her Ob. come on, everybody\ and sit down when *he and Allx were' sitting on theporch That makes the blood rich and rod
nounclnjr ner envaa-emcnt to him. Allx. breast rise quickly."Peter and let's talk and tnlk about U! Leme when the Jast ebbing pink of and drives out the poisons. Liferiinp \'.
fool!" Peter she asked him ctilldlsljy. It 'In of al the sunset had faded and &r'atlI'II..rB carried by the
CIIAPTKR III.-Doctor Strickland furl* 'You fool-jou fool-jou *ee again- recognition oxypen little rod
Cherry I* too young to marry and urn a Kald to himself, and he felt an looking straight Into bis ejes' "whydidn't claims against the patent' extinguisheraforementioned' liad ventured forth Into the dusk und cells renews' the strength' and builds
tier, to* him wait Into at loa agreeing.t a year to an but Immedlat th* >,irlooake emotion like vhaine. a little leal compunction we tell Allx about that?" xlt down Pete ; It's the dews, there wns a sudden hall at up the entire system. Look for the

,,'eddlng and the ceremony take* place, that .be could no utterly nils- I Peter tried to laugh and felt himself only ten o'clock et'a talk. Aren' the {'Hte, and Cherry knew that It was name "Gude'a Pepto-Manpan' the

.th..her* couplA* Martin leaving I I. employed at one for fc.1 Nldo read ber Innocence., He felt It not I begin to tremble ngaln. you simply, wild \\1l1l.jO)-, Cherry?" h..1! A flood otJl1.t.e1.lrrallunal happiness pOl.'kaJ'e.--Advr -
only wrong In him hUI'.omelloIItulo. "About what?" he stammered."About Hut khe. told 1'ete'r later that she hnd roue In ber ... .llrtlhe; hnd .been

IV ;;Th* ; ;etm."a:: day* ing and huitful to her.CHAPTER I our having been three hours been surprised at (.'", rry's quietness: m<''Ked with hunger for the sound of parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I). AndrvwtMessrs. .
over..:ra Cherry< tlon with hegfn Martin* to and* th* monotony dfaati *- at lunch III" Cherry bad looked pale and abstracted that voice; she hnd been restless and Henry '1'/13'101' and \V I I.

of hr d">.ly Ufa. XII. |, "\\'b3'-1 don't know !I" Peter said and bnd not wemed half enlhuHlo tlc unxatlfcfleil, almost feverish with longIng Roberts of Jacksonville, rpviit last
smiling nervously. enough.It and doubt ; now peace came again week-end here.

CHAPTER*. lawyer,V bccom.-At *Mill* enftAged Valley to, JuitlnIJttl Ann*. Aguln Peter r'ck""f'd'Itholll Clier : She was 1111"11I1nd they' parted . .. a a and content. I' Mrs. Leni Wester and Miss Loca

th* wedding: twine **t lor Hrptcmber.aome ry. It \\lie only the next' day, when without any further reference to meeting was a Sunday foggy and overcast He came up to them, his glance Cason, of Jacksonville wt're'illitul'l

at Kl month"' 1.10 and. dlatant.the two All girl I vlalt* coax Ch-rry Martin he wa* filtering the I'alHce court for : for lunch.Tliat but not cold. 'l'he'III..S about the resolutely averted from Cherry, explaining I here during the week.

Into. allowing cherry to go horn for In* luncli. that be experienced, a mid I night when Allx had gone to porth were co"er.'d'Ith tiny beads ttiat be was lonesome, assuring I Mrs. Henry Taylor, who has been
Anne wedding.fHAPTKR den and violent emotion. Ills thoughts bed be. entered the sitting room suddenly of moisture ; among the bushes In the them thnt evifijthlng went well I spending the past week here as the

VI.-In tier father1* houa were nt the moment" far frum Cherry to find Clierry. hunting for abook. gurden little scuifs, and veils of fog and mnklng them laugh! with nn account guest of Mrs. \\'. I. Roberts, returtud
Cherry .rontrait tlie peaceful, happy IK* and be fancied himself In a hurry. I She bnd dropped. on one knee. were caught, nnd. from far across the of Ju..tln Little's reception of to her home in Jacksonville Sunday
thare with" her rather ordld exlalrtic* atm
Ntdo and r alla** that her marriagehaa Hut every other feeling but excitement the hotter to reach a low' shelf and l ridge the dr..nllll01'11111'. of the fog the new turn of nffnlrs. "He seemed afternoon.
t "0n. aompthlng of a failure IMriorStrickland wit* obliterated at tlie t-lght of was wholly.. absorbed In the volume born penetrated. I. nt regtilar, brief Intervnls. absolutely dumfounded," I'eter' said. Messrs. Roy Roberts and Freemun
feeling that Cherry I* not be*
Ing fair to Martin, in that *he I I. unduly a Blender Klrllnldy mude woman. Ina she had chanced to open.. Allx wns away."Cherry Thomas, of Graham were villi ton to
prolonging her vlnlt after Anne'* wed pongve gown, and I a limp browu bat I When she benrd the door open she ," Peter nuld Bu ding.' urge. her to return to her liunband
She make* preparation for her departur. covered with popples' waiting In the turned, nnd Immediately. h..I"lIne'pr)' the Kllent meal wnn almost ov..r. "wlljou Mrs Ida Pearson, of Atlanta, Ga,
101lIlg". r pale. She" did 'not Hpeak.. as IVter' tnlk nbour It?" is visiting relatives here this week

CHAPTRK VII.-rel r Joy. tell Cherry I'eter went toward litr, and the color came to stand he-side ber., "Tnlk-?" she rallpr..". Her voice Messrs. S. H. Moore and son, Shard '>
he haa had one 'grand pannlon" In hi*
life, but the woman wa* not for him II* rushed Into Cherry' face. It was "Ch..rryhI' sold In a whisper. thickened! and stopped.' "Oh, would m were visitors to Crescent CiU 'm
eaih other und It bud ngaln for II while. Cherrj' wushreiithIng ' frightened glance about I Ir i MIHS Clarice Dowlinp, of Luke But.

t-HAI'TnR VIIITh* young wife'* 01. a special pliu.e of It* own In tIe, history bard ; Peter was conscious only ofa "LlHten. Cherry .I" he' snld followingher W ,, ler, was visiting here SundayMessrs. .
.atlefuctlnn Increnee. anj' there 1 Ie an altnont of their lives.The wild whirling of brain and sense*. to the wide\ porch rail and standIng Earl Whitten and Hump
open break. Martin ha* a brief Hpollof
.l Ickneit aomethlng I of her old fouling xuiptlse. of It kept them luugh* They remained so, their eyes died:: behind ber us Khe. tint down upon Andrews.spent Monday [in Staike
_.' for to i nerryCHAPTFK Ing, 'hands. clasped for u minute, ; then' their brenth coming ns If they Imd It. "I'm sorry I I'm Juxt as ,sorry as I Misses Wilma Andrews Yonme and

;, IX.-Iiortur Btrlcklnnil I* t'ln-rry said : |I, been running I for endless seconds. I can "". Hilt I f'nn't bejp It, Cherry r I Berta Cribbs, Adme Watson and Emery .
. .trlcken auildntily with what all |><>rc<
to 1* M her fatal'"'h"r'lllnoHH* Hthbed. All* nuimrmnn After the( lien
'. cUmth It I I. dla, 0\.r..4 that year. axo men lute! lull luitc her don't jou?" I IHhe I "I>o jou tpinenilxr, Po j-ou reinember Hut It-" Peter folded his arms across I Miss Adine Watson I.ftIolldll! )

.. lie. hficl Hiid hotroweil, NueinlriKly., money the from d..hl l Anne'wae neverHlitihHiKed father udded lunik Ing up from undur the ?" his (chext. and with a grimly, gqunrecjuw for Lake City, where Hhe will take

With accumulated Intorentth popples. ut I'clei. Cherry, her cold fingers still holding, : looked, off Into the, misty dlstnnco I the teachers' examination.
money* amount the practically floclnr left.runmiin Juatln*'* all Uttl the "1 don't like her," he admitted. with the place In the book IIIIP Imd been "It In there." he flnlxhed."Oh Messrs. John McCormick Tjsonj

mukpe. It nll."U..1. that he will trmlHt onliln a bov's ,:rllllue\!. reading\ went blindly to the flrppliu-e., I'm so Borrj'l" Cherry whin j Sapp S. A. Bryant were business v.i.
girl wife'are*left i .IttiniN with. It practically tnf ane that nothing the two, '"I 'lieu suppose ue don't lunch liere?" ""'hat?" vhe said In the merest" I l'l'r"d'all a brenth of utter distreiw. I| itors to Starke Monday

Cheriy ttughetited. Innocently. Peter breath. ""111111" "I'm no norrj'1 t Oh, I''t..r.1' never i Mrs. Johns spent Monday in StarkeII.
( HAI"rl n X.-l-eiler Joyce, who ha* : laughed jojouxly und tut'king her little "IlecnuHp," IVter snld, following her, should have let It happen our caring :\\ ; T. Dowling is in Lake ButliT
t world>een .on rcturna u trip, not prattlcnlly liavlnv, lnarntHl nround of th the* gloved 1 hand under his arm led a sort of .heady. madness milking him for each other I I'e never should have \ this week doing carpenter woik. HeI

doctor'* tlealh lie hear of A'III.'a ptial- her awny. They went to Solarl'n and only conscious of tlmt need to i.t'ur' allowed ourselves to think-to dreanof expects to be there several weeks.

dlntfuat lion' with Allx,ipxnnf ha* the I ho home money und with IH making clttrp hnd a window tnhle nnd nodded, liS'i from her own Jips tlmt she knew, "he. siiih a thing 1 Oh, Peter I'm si 1\., j I We are sorry to report that !Mrs.

u fair living vlnulitK. Joyce urire. her they tllHciisMfd, their lunch nt half a cause I didn't nnmver that question sick about It," Clierry added, Incoberentlj I Alvarez, who has been ill for sevviul

hava to rnnrtv u alniple hi"' .wetlilln Hh.'" *voneent and go, to antl Joyt.they* do7en friends. who chuuced! to he honestly !I" with filling ")'''''. "I'm just -- weeks is no better at this writing.

home to lite, (dually happyCHAPTKR lunching there. too.filio It mattered not what IIP wild or Kick nliout It I I know-I know that I The little child of Mr. and Mr!.

XI. Martin and Cherry had said tlmt she wanted to tell what be was trjlng to express. ; both Allx would never have permitted herHelf II Bill Thornton passed away Thur.Mliiynight.
leave: IfeJ'I.; Nuld r'r go to fUd ( "kb.a him "all about It," and Peter with were em'eloped In the. flume cf, their to-I know she wouJdn'tl" I The remains were laid to rest

Chi-try' retHlim, ,' 'I the old 'feulliiK the litttnr of dlHHUtlfuctlon *.- quick knowledge that khe meant the new relationship ; surprise, ami. terror He wan clone to her, and now he at Sapp cemetery Saturday morning
Him vlHll t'eter und All K. uml, unhnpplncNs of her innrrlHge, wtd while thete cornea to a reullzutlon thnthe a gl' of their discovery."I '. "I l'lIr.he said quite Involuntarily Mr. Nabb of II'Isitor
Sapp was
lnvt>* I'pter Though *he ha* ner "He looked at the pnjier rend It,
known: It. t 'hcrry la the uomuii' uliomIvtcr "I've mudu a failure of It !I" Cherry must go home I must go hack "I hnve always cared for laughed and snld-In that llltle nervous I here recently.
hud 1 In mind when he told I her ofhla said, IIlIdl,)'. "I 1 know I ouglit to I I know It's imulneHs. know
" I jmxulon." Ha linn nevericuiuid to Mart tomorrow? Cherry snld 1. In a mulling wny of his-that he felt '
to IIIVB h..r. und tlie altuutlon nowboLoniev snuggle on, hut I can't. I have no whispered undertone, ns If half to herself. It's too lute but I love every hair ol It to be by no means conclusive" i| CARD FROM !MR. DL'RDEN:

ttaglc. Individuality, I'eter I have no perKonallty ."I must go home, to Mart tomorrow your beautiful head I ChE'rryCh..r.rI" "I can hear him 1" giggled Allx. I -

As for my dignity-my prlv-i; I I-I..t'll not-let's nut talk!" "And I guess both you girls will Editor Telegraph:I'leane] allow
u cj'-" i broke off ( Interruption They hall both gotten to their feet' me the use of columns to
Hhe In quick have to come lu In a day or two, ; your express
Her face was scarlet ami fur a mo- ,: lie would have spoken. "'s-I'II and now she etuiiived. to pass him her Peter continued. i to the citizens of Theressn, Hampton

1--1 nient she stopped Rpenklng, I i rather not I-where Is mv book? face white, ber cheeks blnylng. He "Cherry's going In to the dentist' tomorrow and Graham my appreciation of their
"Just tell me nn alternative! "hesnld. stopped ber and held her' close In his
What. wns I doing? PI'U'r-J'(>ter- ," sold Allx. ;, nomination for bond trustee. If I am
after a \\ hlle. "It can't he fliRt arms, nnd after n few' seconds he felt
elected I shall best efforts! to
"Just n minute! Peter prot..ltledthll'kly. "Oh so I ami"' Cherry said In aratlier use my
theip Is no other life for me than her it-nlbllng muscles relax and theykUsed
\ ""Cherry want to penk to strained \olce." serve the interests of these good pco
going buck. I'eler I'm onlj' I each other.Tor .
)'ou-\\\II\ you wait n minute?" Slip'; did not look nt Peter nor did pie and of the county at large.Very .
four! ] a full dl77j' minute they clungtogether
he at her' but they felt each other's respectfully,
She wns halfway to the door now
"I know ht salil with heart
jou are a nun locked beating DURDEN-
brief nod. | she paused und looked bock nt himwith mildly nnd clime and lips meeting thoughts like n spoken word __._A. A. _

""'h3'.r)' one has' some IIIIt'rlla1tin' \ frightened ej" >s. Peter did not again and again. Hreatliless' Cherry "Had you forgotten Allx asked.
"I don't think I'll In for The Autho,'. Peat.I .
go I have
speak nt once there \\11. a moment
Cherry plemltxl "It can't he | ; wrenched herself free and turned to
about M week's work here to do." | Philip CurIIMX author of the novel,
that marriage I Is. the only-the onlyIrrevocable of absolute silence. drop Into .a choir, and breathless Peter "
a .. a .. .. Peter left them without one word "Between Two Woihls remarked
thing If j-ou hod a partner utond looking down upon. her.
I or Inok for Cherry, who went back to that though he, like nil writers, nei.-'i
thnt you couldn't go on with, you And In that moment Allx came In. About them wns the silence of the
the bouse with her sister In a most contact with people' of all kinds, th..ralIs
could come to some agreement !I" She bnd said g"l1IllItiotht half an hour dripping' garden ; nil the sounds of the
1 he
I agitated nnd wretched stnte of mind. just one clusn to escape which
"" 011 don't love him !I" Peter mibl, before; Mhe was In her wrapper and woild came nmnied and dull through
She'; bnd the teJephone. In her linnd to would run a wile. "The greatest. pent
"I don't hnte him. she msweredquickly. ber. hair tell over one MiouUler In a the thick mist.:
cancel the engagement with ber, dentist la a writer's life, ald Mr. Curtlss
"Indeed I ,dnn't. And It Isn't rumpled. braid. Cherrj', Hick with Then !IVter knelt down beside her '
when AJIx )s the who \\1
muD always jou
suddenly consented to snys
Just the, place nnd the life, IVter! I fright faced her lu a sort of horror, chnlr and gathered her hand togetherIn
accompany her Into town ; "and at could only write up a tiling; thin' uce>
could< be bnppj' In two rooms-some- unable to realize at that moment that his own and she rested her fore-
lunch time we'll take n chance on the | happened to my uncle. It would muk
"hl'rP--lInywh're-- not-with there was nothing betraying In ber bend on bis nnd spent and silent,
St.'; Francis. Sis," AllT said. the great t>Ht story vu ever rem!
him. Oh. Peter. If 1 hadn't done It-" attitude or Peter's., und nothing In berulster's leaned ngnlnst hiM shoulder. And nothej Innocently .
Her licauty. ns. she. pushed her plate unsuspicious HI ml to give nlenlflcnnce I. remained not speaking for a "for Peter almost nl'n's.lun'hf.'H. I'I -

nuldp nnd leaned toward him. wns "nn' I to what' she saw In nny cane long while. Presently Clierry broke there ,I"reeling :1: Tracing Organ Mechanism.
startling that !Peter' n llgtilml, match |I I'eter mote quickly! recovering self tile brooding misty silence.. thnt the flll".lon0.. "ttled : When pneumatic power, In the eoni -
half-mined to fresh cigarette jet restless nnd unsatisfied still.Cherrj ; Btnu'tlon\ of the 01.gun began! to take
n put control, went toward his wife. "What shnU we do? she asked In i I
t'it match dressed for town ; they climbed, '' the place of the Is uncertain
down aimlessly and lookedthoughtfully hjdraullc
"I'ete I" she nald. "Cherry 1 Look a small tired voice.Peter I''I
I Into the. AJIr's
cnr; : firm hnndn. In .
although the Invention the bellow
: nt the cigarette nnd laid or
: < at this ) Look nt this, !" nhruptly got to his feet took
that down, too, without the fnlnlestconsciousness a choir three feet away and .with a I low clintnoln cloves snntched nt the I''1 mechanism dates from tho time of one
She hold the pui>er out to them, but \\'h.c'l.i-1t.!.!_..die v ns r"ct. of the
Inter Roman
They Looked at Each Other. In of what he was doing.The It was rather at her tlmt they looked quick gesture of Ms hand and toss of ,:
day was "arlll. nnd there was a his head, flung buck his hair. Julian. Hut It wns only In the tcntl)
llttlp dampness on her white, fnrebrnd.where as all three gathered near the hearth "There Is only one thing to do of (Continued Next Week) century, when Oermnny had taken the

Allz drove In, full of anlmnted apolOKles. the gold hair (Jung to the brim tt ICII In. course I" he said decidedly In a voice place of Constiiutlnople as the center

She innniiKVtl the cnr fur better pf the drooping: lint. The soft curve "I happened' to finish my' novel," unrecognizably grim. ""'e mustn't see RAIFORI) lot orgnn building that the \\01'110"1
and .f of her .chin the tmbylsli shortness of Allx snld, "and I reached for I>nd's mechanism came Into I'cD..raladoptiOo.
than ho, no thought an BOcldent : each other-we! mustn't see each other ;
had troubled Mm. her upper lip nnd II,,, ...rhn8uo sweetness old Hlble It's been there on the. shelf 1 Nownow I must think how best ---

The eeiilMuvat warm one of the of the little earnest mouth liad. near ray bed ever since I was married to manage thnt !" Raiford, Oct. 28.-Mrs. W. I. Rob- The New Age.

t\\'o or three warm evening; thnt never seemed more lovelv than theywere and 1'v.'pn rend It, toot I Itut look Her ejes, heavy with pain, were ertll and Mrs. Henry Taylor were visItors Fond J'aro-.II. son. what of today. She w at youth, Incarnate what was In It-there all this time to Lake Butler' recently. ,
marked the height suniiner even raised to meet his and she saw hi* learn' In school today? Son-"Aw
In the high valley. ThereMIM not palpitating' lushed, tinspul It's t'ncJe Vincent's receipt to Dad mouth wen ken with a sudden misgiving Tuck Dowlintr, of Lake Butler, was not much. dodo We hadfla couple of
of air In the garden For a moment she lookr at for that three thousmid thnt U making a business visitor here Taesday. reeltraveJ"gue
n breath ; rows n nnd she lIa whIm try to steady It two reelers In history a three
and wallflowers stood erect In n sort the table and the color ft... d I her all the trouble I" Allx exulted. to the still and look down. Mr. and Mrs. Warren were visitor in geography, and A "I11 lt

of luminous encliautniont. Mnonlleht face; then she looked him tmight In bewildered Cherry. "It's been there "I can-I shaJl tell Allx that this to Brooker recently.L. reel nature stndr. Th..yllllPtn IT"' u.'

sank through the low twisted branches the eves and smiled.' """ ..III! Porhapn all this time and Cherry," nhe added new business n..dlme In town for Canova, of Lake City, was a a wild West pitch-r <>uce In WI"' .

of the near-by ouks and fell tangled It will all work out right. Peter' ," lib. .In a voice rich with love and memory two or three nights" he said forcing visitor here several day ago tot don't do DO ."' -"
with black and lacy shade through IUIJd! with the childish questioning look 'that''h.t he meant by saying It himself to quiet dpeech' but with otic S. H. Moore was a business visitor tbeJ. I

tile i>orch roHO vine. that so wrung his heart. She Immediately wa* In Matthew don't you remember? I to Jacksonville Wednesday.Dr. :.
fine hand propping his forehead as If King, of Lake Butler was a
Ails IIMt on the porch mil. every gatherer tier possessions together Doesn't It mean" that, ToteT Isn't It I It ached "I'll stay at the club." i professional visitor here Wednesday.Messrs. How Spain Got Nam Bab- JSpSo.

line of crlN|> skirt and bralitexl head to go. but when they stepped perfectly clear? "And as soon a* I can go," Cherry Baxter and Hall of Jack- etyuiologlcnlly means
revealed as If by daylight but Cher" luto sunshiny (Jenry street It via* three "It means only about fifty thousand added feverishly, "I shall Join Martin. onville, were business visitors here bit The word Is, .acr-

ry's pale striped gown was only a o'clock. and Peter suggested that they for you and Cherry" Peter answered I'll wire him tomorrow-thl* 1* Sunday "riday. Ing to good authority, trl animal I

glimmer In the deepest shade of the walk down to the boat. "Yea sir by O"orrlt'. perfectly -and I'll go on Wednesday' !I" A. D. Andrews was a business visitor the Punic Snafnn-rabblt. This
tine. l'etf'r.lnlUklll sat where he They met Allx on the boat; but she clear I He paid It back every cent of Peter ttpraug over the porch rail to Jacksonville Friday lias been very numerous In th

could not but see her; they had hardly did not ask any embarrassing' questions It. and got his receipt! H'ni-this and vanished, walking with swift energy M. T. Cribbs was a business visitor[ country, often destroying j

looked at each cither dll'e'tlyllnM! ; she sat between them on the puts rather crimp In Little'* plans up the trail that led toward the to Jacksonville Friday.. While there crops African 1"II.t.ta were kept to. \
the I long, strange look of this afternoon upper deck blinking contentedly at I'll see him tomorrow. Till call off mountain. he purchased a Ford car. drive the animals out of their bole*

: they had exchanged Imrtlly a the blue satin bay her ejes following I hi* suit-" For the rest of the day Cherry lived Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Raiford[ and We find the rabbit oren represented

word. the wheeling gulls or the passage of "neatly, I'etl'rr' Allx asked, with In sort of dMze of emotion ; sometimes Hiss Snow were visitor to Lake Butler O old Spanish colu*.

"Town tomorrow. ".'te?" Allx mud ships her mind evidently concerned dancing eyes.' "And It mean that you she seemed to be living two Saturday. Some say the high cost of living i I.

after a alienee during which she bad only with the Idle pleasantness of the can keep the old bouse Cerise" she lives, side by Bide In the cue washer Miss Wilma Andrews, who is at not BO high now, but we are mighty
locked her arms behind her lieiid moment. And Always, for IVter, there exclaimed triumphantly, "and we can old happy relationship with Allx tending the Lake Butler high school lower.H' .
aure it is high time it was
tared! straight above her at the!! path wa* the same Joyous sense of *um'"- be together part of the year, anyway; .Udven filth Petec, the jald Jgklng! and spent the week-end visiting; her grand -

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; 3O- o=c.aoc' 1OC3OI IOC3O nuU, Samantha jelled. FLOKIIM -I'NIONs 'iear's subscription, will 1,.. .
That' good enough the stranger CONTINUED: GROWTH 1: solutely! :free of charge ..r.".. 01).
i i li Br7zdfod Farmers ': ,\.llcd in rrpb Have you seen any splendid ('harts.-Adv. It "
H ,{l! 1! County \\ |! stray No! cattle around here today In keeping improvement with, its the policy Florida of Timer constant - ---

a, OQO. .OQo.-- OCO. .oQo.oQ0=o.OQo1= oc.o I I Here's your bread and milk. You Union has added to its columns several Life.
! : i' ollards. spring. a need not holler so loud. We are not new features which are sure tomeet I "Toung il.. . ..
mi Nirim isi .%KINC, l'lcor eiritalde and is an hardy as c j man !u uI "'!
r: HESS The Extra Curledariet> is recom- deaf the approval of its readers. I. than bleb life on a 'Um v .. 'Ie
.I, ln.-ndid. : Hamilton Many hogs over the I'm not deaf, either, but the boy Among them ill the publication of a the wine man wh I iih' ',' at
1 --: Rape makes! a desirable vegetable : county are Hearing the finishing period << said I would have<< to holler my head complete! novel a week by such well vice "Oil. 1 <\ The negro is making prOll'reAA. 1 ofT for both were deaf as posts. known .,.. "ot
Ifor ordinary greens. It has really and we expect to move several you authors an Booth Turkinjrton, youn nina WI ln> I 1- a r' "
t Having attended an agricultural tx-; 1 better flavor than collards and is coming j cars in the next month. I'll lick the hide off that pesky kid Robert t%. Chambers, Frank Bligh- bltn..>lf. "it's D" '." ru tr, 'i",
.I J.. I tension school for negues the writer ;i rapidly into favor. The Dwarf for that. ton, Bertha Sheafer<< John U. Swain oo a bh;:h salary,"'-PlorlVnlon. ,; ;
ia able to make this IItah'm'r.t.. Seeing i ; No, you wont do any such thing. and Frank II. Jj
| Enex'arl..t) is recommended. Turnips -: Marion-With )', Sanborn poultry Spearman, and the aeries
!: is believing; we Haw that ftchnoland of the Purple Top White Globe I! Now, jia, cool down. includes a number of novelettesby
: specialist, we held five meetingsthis
convinced that
now we arc variety may still be planted with a '' week where poultry problems Never mind, Mr. Crown, boys will Bret Harte, which have never been the
IT'' rare Is making progress! I fair assurance of felting a crop. but were discussed. Good results. Our l Ie boys. Don't be too hard on your released<< for newspaper publication. To Mote
The school referred to was held in may be killed by severe frost. The I boy Books by these authors. generally sell WTn traveling one shout : Ihra1\\
Iii Duval county, a few mile. south of perma-nent lira of mine. Just for $1.50 each the bear In mind that cinders 1m
I 'ame hold. true with the rutabaga no boy a trampI so reader can appreciate -I tip It
r}, t Jacksonville, in a typical community i 1 family. I . )( an experienced picked up in the road a short time the additional! value received. /dad their<< way Into the eye AD.n

.r ., where the<< negro predominate innumbers. Lettuce and mustard fchould be Included I manager.DeSotohelped! afro. Hell 1 be<< the death of me yet. Good Night stories by Blanche<< Silver I cap, a lotion for bathing at, e fee,
t.t, !! I in the home garden alwaYB.I Mr. Brown, where is the best hardware is another of the popular new fea flaxseed should be lucludet a nom
J The agricultural extension program inoculate 204 hogs package. A iKirnelp
i Onion plants of the Bermuda variety store near here tures. While intended primarily forchl1dr..n acid solur in vU i
held in the afternoon. We<< arrived | ; against: cholera<< this we..k.'I be found soothing for
was thould be planted as soon as they i At Starke. DeWitt C. Jones has a parents also enjoy these eyes<< tliui are ';y
ahead of schedule and having! to J I are<< ready.In : might good hardware store. lie handles charming stones and so great is thepducati..nal Earned"" from dust, wind or for lgu: mil
.1.1 wait, visited<< the school while regularclasses a word, the kitchen garden is 'I Dade-All civic organizations of all kinds of hardware fence<< wire, value that in many of the I tat.

: 1 i'), were<< being. held. Three teachers one<< ut the most profitable<< sources of "j the county are<< endeavoring to induce farm wagons, all kinds of farm im larger Cities the stories are read in
and a hundred ten (pupil werediligently production in the<< vegetable line and i the county commissioners to call an plements. Go in to see him. the primarygrades of school. To Cure t Cold.

working. All worked well should be<< given much more attention (I election to bond the county for $200- Many other features appear dailyor Remove the seed of ..'u<. .', i!no.
and with a surprising degree of orderliness.
than it usually It is an << | 000 to purchase and equip permanent Sunday. More size grapefruit tin'
'. For a time it was hard for gets. easy ZIFF telegraph and more, put i"n' ; one
l us to believe l what our eye<< beheld.What matter. to keep the table supplied with { fair grounds. I state. news Is being printed than t
vegetables the year around. I before. The quotations on its mark..tpalre until It I* reduced to one p' ..:rap
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heard would
\ we saw and hllf" \" H..rnando-An outbreak of hogcholera Ziff, Oct. 28.-!Serxices were held arc accurate and up-to-the-min und Kweeien to hate. Iirlin '',aU|

. f"'( t been an inspiration to almost any UH'll FAIU NEEDS LOUR: SUPPORT : I ( in this county has been quickly at Rock church Saturday and Sundayby ute. Sports are /given special atten<< the quantity hot just after i I. >Ig It t
r one.In I stamped out. Citrus shipments will the pastor, J. II. Kelly, and \V. :M.Moody. tion. Its woman page is of daily service night and the reinnInderrooming < ..' the
the afternoon an attentive, ppn- I be made by the first of November. |
to the housewife. : :. llejx'nt the xecoui'oecfssury. !
] Many ;;:nt II
:"J I minded audience--thniu. name children
I I I Bill Reddish of Heilbronn trations are<< published during ,iIIul-1 i .
of the morning school, with their parent The season of fairs. is at hand. :Springs, a "
t.. Dozens of fair associations are bending I Lake-Some oranges: and grapefruit wan in our burg Sunday time visualizing news ! a and fri..nd.-gathered<< ( to hear
\ i efforts to the gathering<< togetherof began to move to market from Miss liuby U>'al, of Graham attended interest. From an editorial
and the agricultural and It be true Hat .
f' see negro may ir; ;tttet"T'n..r (ta
1 home .elalista talk and demonstrate the I best that their communities, I this county before the middle of Oc church here Sunday.Messrs. point the Times-Union ranks IItand-1 ,
but .
! The kpccialists apt showtd a thorough counties or states possess. These associations tober. Prices are good.FARMER : : Frank and Viola Reynolds, foremost papers of the II..X. a pretty .
( Edd Oscar editorials being widely dom finds it so.
Henry Padgett Yarborough quoted.
understanding of the principles un- are spending money more / I
i denying extension work and of the! or less lavishly In order that only the BROWN U'asdin, Leroy Wasdin, of Gra- For the convenience of Us readers j 4onstlpanon. e'-
ham attended church here the Times-Union has secured Habitual ;"
Sunday. most
particular things they talked about I bent may be secured and exhibited. ; a
In 14 to 21 Ua'sLAXF'OS
Fair officials and fair enthusiasls are i, Beatrice of Cooler Pond up-to-date six page wall chart, 30x23 ..
and showed how to do. And their I Starling << WITH PEPS!..." is
it hearers. were keen to get and digest staying awoke at nights; planning! and :, Now, see here. Sliver. We've been ,..p..ntIunday: here guest of the Misses inches the first page bearing a may j, prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa.Jve for a .ppr-Hatitui; ia4p:
it Florida, showing. Dixie, Union !
planning how to make their fair better ,
what ,said.
was j drying to get you to go to school ever Constipation. It relieves promptly but
During the talks one or more speakers than it ever was before or better since you have been here but you Mrs. \V. IL Shaw and children, of Sarasota', Glades, Highland Charlotte j should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dan
said that the negro! nhould lie educated than that of some other community, I are hound to disobey us. Now, if you Cooler Pond, spent, the week-end herewith << and Hardee, the new (counties createdty toinduce regular action. It StimiJatesani'
or trained along vocItlOIltIllineA! county or state. 1 stay with us the law says! we have to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. the last. legislatuie. This is the I I Regulates. Very Pleasant to TaILJ' 6Q,
1' and taught how to till the soil and But with all the above, there remains -* send you to school or be arrested and Thomas. most complete! map of Florida availiible. | per bottle.
one thing which is absolutely :( !Messrs. Herman Census statistics for 1920 add j
to keep the home. Invariably these a fine. I don't to and Percy Moody,
propose paya .
essential in order that these ipay I to( its attractiveness and value. The a raotuvtt: : acnwx.r';: ;;;._';.);
statements received hearty applause<< fairs fine, so it is up to you to go to of LaCrosse, passed through our burg I
i and showed that the negro himself might; he successes. That thing IR.j school! or get out. :Saturday enroute to Starke. remaining: pages contain a map of theUnited COFFINS & CASKETS

fully realizes the folly of "race equality | "The Moral Support of the People Do you mean I will have to go' to Richard }Daniel.! and daughter, States showing official auto D And Line
Full of
," I if there can be such a thing, Whom the! << Fair is Being Held." school or leave my happy home Iva, of Cooler Pond, spent Friday the mobile roads; a map of New Europe, a
and of classical\ education for them out this the fair official! the WHh-1 That's about it. Now which will guests of John Thomas. /giving present boundary lines and a UncJertaSuppli<
...striation the fair enthusiasts may ns you do? Willie Mae Oliver of Brooker and splendid map of the world on Van der ,,
littit' well disband and give their fond Grinten'a spherical' projection. It is i i AUTOMOBILE: IlEAHSEAlways
up I !Say, pa, ain't you pretty hard on a Ona Kita Ward, of Gainesville, attended
s their assistance to this extension hopes. The people of a community, poor LoyWhat will DeWitt O. church here Sunday profuse! illustrated and bears a mas<- on hand. The beet ncr
t war k, sacrificing much personally, in of a county, or of a state have it in I Jones do when he wants me at his Edd Yarborough, of Starke, was in of data and statistics for general ref 'If! vice at the lowest prlen Spa.
t order that their race might L.l l"ene- their power to determine the success hardware store? our burg Sunday.Mrs. erence. n vial attention to telegraph or.

fitted or failure of their fair. You know he said you would haveto Harry Howard and daughters, The Times-Union should be in every era.. Registered<< Embalmer
.. The fair has come to be regarded: go to school if you got a job with of Gainesville, spent the week-end at home in Florida. Its subscriptionprice
MICHES GAHMKN KFMINDRK: / : 1111 one of our leading institutions; an ': him. the home of her father, Math Kelley. is only 85c; per month or 9.00 DeWTIT C-JONES:

institution which i i8 essentially educational. How long/ will I have to go to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green:' of per year Every leader, new or old,
s. t i Owing/\ to the c-xtremo dry weather For that reason it behoovesall 'hool-a week? Pine Hill, attended services at Rock sending (900 to the Florida Tlm"R-I' STARKE, FLA.

which ban prevailed through Soplem of us to support our fairs Help You will have to go several years Sunday. Union, Jacksonville. Florida, for one :)UlJOIJ!_ [i ,Sm
her and October the vegetable! garden 'make yours better. Do not help to I O Lord, I'll be an old man then and I Percy Woods, of Starke is here on
has prolmbly not I"'l'n1R suci-cxtiful make it poorer by :practicing the never get a job in that hardware store a visit with his parents.
as one would wiMh. Ilciwever, that is "hands-off" attitude. Go to your fair I]I Inn he'll be Bold out before thai time. I Miss Pearl Greene of Starke, spent) << J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthew !
no reason why any let-up should bemndu Place something: you are Interested in Guess I'd better more on. I heard the week-end with Miss Ollie Kelly.
in cfToiU to have u good garden, exhibition there. Contribute to I tell that there were lots of good chances Miss Alvah Thomas of Heilbronn INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
says C. McQuurrie! .., state agent.. the fund for prizes Encourage others for a boy down in the southern I Springs passed through here Satur-
Observation during the last few to do likewise.! Regard the fair as part of the stale, and lots of good day
weeks goes to how that where the something for your benefit, for your I J fishing there, too. Viola Reynolds and Harley Thomasof don't rub against the White Wash won't get itj
land was well prepared and, cultivated family's I benefit, and for your neigh Now, Sliver you must not think of" Graham attended the baptism. at you you
shallowly the crops have BulTereil bor's benefit., / Join hands and fall inline going off and leaving your ma. Be a the river Sunday morning.: on vou.
t but! little from dry wrnthcr This encourages with the march of progress.: good boy and do as your pa wants I Mr. Greene, of Baker county, attended -

continued planting. At the you to. Go to school and get an education church at Rock Saturday and The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of ill
same lime, however, great care should] {'Ol' T\ .\( ENTS': REPORTS then you can get a Job and I !Sunday.Mr. .
he exercised to thoroughly prepare I all that time you will live with us and Mis. M. d(. Hunter and HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEAug.
the soil nod 1 to judiciously apply commercial Polk-Farmers are plbwing! in beg- and! be such a comfort and have a I children, of Hague, spent the weekend -
t fertilizer, In the form of top garwei'cU and are preparing cabbage good home. You will, wont you? |I I, here the guest of their sister, 1st, carrying advertisements of million of dollars worth of property
dressing whenever the fchows fields on irrigated; farms. CabbageMedhcds I Mrs. R. B. Thomas.Mr. the United States Canada and Jloi-
crop a Say ma, you could coax a tramp I, listed<< for sale or exchange throughout ,
low vitality. I are looking fine. Growers! lout of a box car. If you are going |I and Mrs. E. M. Ilazen, Mr. and I I ico. If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. Its j
It the ,garden patch hUll not been lire spraying( : with oil emulsion for to cry I'll just stay and go to school. Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. T'I f advertising costs you nothing on commission listings. It will be our herd
thoroughly spuded or plowed this i scale and whitefly. I can't Bland to see a woman crying. C. Ilazen attended church at Rock luck if we fail to find you a deal.

should lie clone immediately Where Now, Sliver, there's another thing Sunday.
it Is possible to obtain a auppl.v of OsC''ola-At a meeting the growers You must stop playing tricks on people Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, spent Inter-State Realty Company Schell BuildingLAKE
c o- good stable manure, preferably! from co-operative association loans that come here. Sunday with homefolks.
home" or mule atolls, it should be applied were made by members to finance the Oh, I will. If I go to school, I'll be Edgar Sparks., of Louise, find Ray BUTLER, UNlONiCOUNTY! FLORIDA.
btoadoast and thoroughly mixed, first shipment of eggplants and peppers pretty busy with the teacher.No McKinney, of Graham, were in our
;r with the noil. No utalilc manure to Next Tuesday the association you must not do any such thingor section Thursday.
be imcd in the gardenwhere Bawdust will load its first car to be sold co they will turn you out. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais- Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
i or planer. shavings have 1'el1IM'd, nA I operatively.St. Who Is that coming, pa? den, of Starke, were in our section Big 9 If you order your fertilizer -

i bedding. Go out and see, Sliver Friday. without getting our new price lists just i issued. Plentyof
Among the vegetables! that can still Johns-We are preparing a finer He's hitching his mule and coming: John Thomas was in Graham Satur- In
Materials prompt shipment. Order Fertilizers,
be planted me beets and carrots, thee I exhibit for the state fair. Receiving to see if he can't get something to day now.
!least 12 hours before planting.In much e'neouragement from city and eut. Says he has been out lookingfor Avy Starling was a visitor to Graham I' secludes; Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
the northern belt brussels sprout county officials. i his tattle ..since! four o'clock this Saturday.Our O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
make a delicious winter \egptah1e.. ( It morning. and is about starved.Ma . Victory literary society elected JACKSONVILLE FLORID.
Is perfectly hardy and will stand "e.J Ta'lor-J-'arm..rM of Pleasant Grove he's awfully deaf and you will new officers Friday as follows: I ILonnte Pramb'I IMiratmiKrc
Get. Au,. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem
were cold weather Plants should beset perfected an organization Saturdayfor have to holler to make hint hear lie Parker, president
out immediately. the purpose of gelling together. on is coming in. I'll go and get a pail of Eugene Woods', vice president. I
Cabbage: plants should !I'I!' set out growing special crops next spring. wnter. Lomie Thomas, secretary. p
and a seedbed prepared. no us to have Can I get a bite to eat? Have not Avy Starling. Alva Thomas, Pcu-
plants! for rally spring purposes. Collards Ornn Communities of this coun- had anything since 4 o'clock this lah Lewis, program committee. I
} S art desirable for every garden, ty are preparing!: to carry off highest: I morning. Mr. and Mrs Roy Thomas left forth I Jiow
and kale is another favorite winter honors at our five-county fair next I I can give you some bread nnd 'ir home at Brudentown Saturday
after several. days visit here with his
I par'ntll.Ir.. and Mrs II. T. Thomas. MICHELINhas F

w ... They were accompanied home by their
sister, Virpie.
Will Warren and daughter: Mrs. overcomethe commonest t
Josephine Warren, spent Sunday the I
guests of Mr. and 'Mr!!. S. L. Pres- causes of'tirfl trouble

Her Was Gone I IAn cott.Miss Allie<< Harnuge, of Starke, was :I

Money the Robert week-end Groover.guest of her sister, Mrs. CREASED TUBESMichelin

John Thigpen and Harley Thomas'
c were visitors to Grah,,::. :S:;..cur ..y. i
Claude Crosby, of Brooker, attend-1

i' old woman who lived alone had kept nearly $2,000.00 in currency around her IK
house for >cars. Ethel Dyal Saturday the casing itself, fit perfectly i
Herman and Percy Moody of LaCrosse I

Last (all she became seriously ill, and--- were attending church at : Other tubes, however, being simply pieces of
Rock Saturday and Sunday.Rex .
No, she didn't die. But when she went to look for the cash it was gone! Fortu- Thomas, of Cooler Pond, spent straight tubing cemented at the ends, wrinkle

Sunday here with friends. I and when placed in the tire. A> the
nately some honest friends had found it while she was unconscious and had deposited Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thomas, of crease

i it to her credit in a bank. Crosse' spent<< Sunday here with I.a-I air pressure of inflation increases, these wrinkles

uncle, D. D. Thomas.Mr. become smaller sharper and hence more
This woman has now decided that after all the bank is the safest place, and be- and Mrs.\ Jim Reynolds and ,I, ,
of Graham attended church serious. Cut tubes the inevitable result.
sons, at j are
sides, her money is not idle any longer. It is now earning 4 per cent for its owner. Rock Sunday. |

Don't forget the Missionary\ Baptist I Michelin Ring-Shaped Tubes are absolutelyfree
: Let us put your idle to work for .
money you union meeting at Dedan today,
from such troubles---one of many reasons
tomorrow and Sunday.

why we urge you to buy Michelin Tubes.Smith's .

BANK OF STARKE Queen Elizabeth.Who Cares It Is Maid, possessedas

: ninny a* 3, All wore ninth of the richest stuffs,
THE DANK! OF HELPFUL SERVICE! STARKE FLA. trimmed with luce, embroidery and fine
iew.N GarageSTARKE

,; I E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C. WHITE. Cashier

To Cure a Cold in One Day !
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things and by reason of economicnecessity 1Ijlao.tera>i ThrutiKhout World nerves as a telescope me seethe 167.12
effective October .
V< be 30th, I /llohd 1'... I I T'Iejriph 14 ----- -----.__. ,
.. _:'t the purpose of tying up all rail be applied to all.An'I to I f things\ of the world, searching ; UnUnn. H.-IH" I. IU21 1N.1! '",'le"r.I,1 J" I ...._______.. .-_ "J: I .
__.___ _. ,
them out and magnifying them for K.vnliiU during month I ----- - 4
irtation lines in the United make the arrogance\ of their demands The United States in the last year -? .24 J I
t Warrente. i.>uiHl _....__.. T'.tlh HO _..___......u. : -o,1
)1flt' with stunning effect, no more unbearable, the brotherhood hits Buffered an excess of high temgperiiture i| my untrained eye arid busy brain and i IlKlnnoiOct.. 1. lt-'-ai ___.-.-._....... tna.40IlKlrtrt Sane toaehlliB tl __ ___u _ i -, nnI 1! .j
'hands. When I see home townpaper I I Hi-rlii-) Thorn do .. i ,ml,' ,
chiefs) specifically include the United and doficU'tu-y of moisture my Nil. 5Ilulanro --
is concerned a
th general public I 8i..t. 1. 1P21 I r .1. I'nwrll Inuld ________.. sno ,
J44.00 n 'J
of almost States mail in their stop order j' unprecedented in the fifty years' lils-. coming down the lane or up the 1 I I' II _____ __ ', ,
|ji! it fiice unprecedented I |111.1.) dunnir month ............__ ..00'Kulanc Ncvrli u-nchlne 1 u 3
.itioiig of unemployment; regard- Eugene\ V. ]))l'bs, now occupying act.1I tory of the Weather Bureau accordIng walk, I know it has something inter- Wiitit: ... INSUrI! ----"" ___"" 'I Aqnllla Dlxnn d 1 ____________ ___._ -j no 1 ,
... : Mm Prank ______ ._ '
Oct .
'estinu for me, and when I read what 1. ---- ---- "1.10 l n.d1 J" "I
conditions disturbed that it in the I'ederal Atlanta to announeempn t made by theI .I
()f prison at numrt .... 1nlllu" I Henry l'l.r.$ JliUI '.
-- -
I .I" --- -
Ii been only by the grace of God and because his I Associated I'reds. Since January lt>t I lit says I know it tu be true. ...' S< |it. 1. iviii _______?.____ 15 ,im -
of pernicious acti'ititlsagulnlOt of New York ,1 in than I lt.*'|>liti. duiliiK. month ______......... I Total _________ _____..____ _.7..i<.i '
operation of the Federal Heserve the government during the last the temperature I My paper serves me more W.....".. luund u________........... 1410 I
[ ." item that a calamitous financial war, tried that little thing as far back I City, which Is typical of the country, one way. It brings to my door the I llalmm- Oct. I. > )2I _____.___.-.._.._ 143.7 - --- --- .
Mil It II fiST MM'TIM.: ,
( ndition has been averted this long, as 1894. His American Railway Un- (has shown an aggregate excess of news of the day, the news of my town : IHmrlct' No. I 1 F lt. fill l Ill.| -

I T'lilnnrr' Si-pt. 1, tflri! _.._.__.._ .. "OUI' ,1
II d unmindful of the fact that the ion attempted to tic up all transportation -I warmth of 9.00 degrees above normal. 'my county, my elate and my country, i n..I,... dnrlnt month, u....__........ 115.14 ti" dlntrlct court ./ tI,.. United StateS I it itI t

I railroad men of the United States are and succeeded, until the transportation I lln the same time there has been a also the world. It sorts out tho chuff | WMrrantn iHftili'd ________----___.__... 67.70 I.. .- .nulhirtl district uf l-'lorUlil. I In l>nnk.rupley. I

| llnli.m-o Oct. J. 1021" __.________.____ 187.41I ,
[ the highest paid class of workingmen! of the mails was stopped.Then I. | shortage of 6.71 iiifhes in rainfall. and serves me the pure grain. It I "rtmtrlrt No, > In iln mutter of n. C. Cone ami Hilary 1

1 the world, the unions calmly vote to Grover Cleveland, President "of The heat wave has been worldwideand weeds out the vile and the vulgar and tlnlance ' 1, 1B21 137.14i 8ai'l>. Individually' and eo-iartiirr| trad- I A
I uCd to the troubles of this country by I and gives me only the wholesome and (the liI fttii during; ,', .b---: : 5.211W.rranta : In* .Con < !I'. of gtnrkiriorltlii In tlwrntinty .
the United States, stepped in, and by of unusual length intensity. li.i.urd . ...... of l. dlnlrlct bankrupt .
---------- nf..nhl.
,i general transportation strike which the use of the United States army I lit has been accompanied, and in part pure. It brings me the market news, I Kulnlic Oct. I. IflSI .______h.______ II

undoubtedly would precipitate a con- broke the strike and Delis is in a 1 preceded by a remarkable series of telling me what to pay for the neces- Illtl rid :No. 10fltpntr Nutirp I IH lu-n). shun that .. llctnlier 28, i
8i-pt 1, 11121 ____-______h_._ S22.6R "'21. til' saul, di-litnn. 5..rc. duly nijutiged j
| dition at the contemplation of which jail to ponder the futility of anyone : vIolent meteroloprlcal and seismic tlm- :'sities of life and \\ limit to charge for lii . I".. dutinir luuntlt ___.______.. i iHinkrupt. ami I that tin flrni nm-itnv of their '

:ic must t.huddl'r-that is, if one i it is group in trying to fight the 'I turbanres, such us earthquakes, tidal i the things I have to sell.My I \\ urranut Imtui'd\ _h____...........___ 160.51) creditor wil |I. lu>ld In tlir, nlTlru,' nf thf rrfi ..
govern- I I Itnlanee ___._____....___ .
railroad I I home dl'nn"tt'ol1lpanioll. Oe( 1. 192\! \ i ;' In the eRr of
i > a man. I nient\ of the United States or to breakdown waves, typhoons, cloudbursts, water- ;I I town pnper is my I 111.1 rl..1 !7'.,. II I I ... .nmllU I.. >, '.h."I. II"). I lorldn. tin Nov

Throughout the North, East and any single function of that gov- I spoutn, huilntormx) floods and hurricanes It talks tn rnc whenever I Italanre Pi-pi. I. IflHl ____n_....__... :11111,67 !I 4. Iti.'l.I at\ I" u'ehirli a.01"tu HI whlrh II iti,. ..ahlI t

| Middle West unemployment increas' eminent. Have W. C. Lee and his in widely separated parts of I! l want amusement or need solace or K.-c,,litn durinir tnonlhlirranle _____...._.__ I i credltim, niity ..ttt>nd. |irovi' thi-lr, rlatnii.. appoint -
I' I \\ II.HUIH! _____________________ R.78 l..l. Nnmiti,(* tho, bankrupt* and
lag, with the winter rapidly approach- 'associates considered the fate that the eurth, 1111 well as by the presence information.My / Hnlanrv Oct. I. 1921 ____.- ______... SUZ.OJ I L tr.niti.iirt I such. othi-r. bunIiir.s| mis amy tirouerly,

Ing. The plight of the !poor is Eugene Debs was not big enough to of sun spots in unusual quantity and home town newspaper' I'll subscribe Ill.lrlrt No. Iilinina j'I culmtii.furr, paul\ m H'tliin..llirk.on.lHi t
,. 11"1"| l 1. IDZI .--------_.._____ 8H7.7SV .1 .. I 1.1.. 'I. 24. l") l.MOIir.AN .
| hard enough, in all conscience, with- avoid ? It is not probable, any more large size. for and pay my two bucks without I .-.hits|| di,. In.. month ..._......._.* I I'" .IONK8.

mt the Addition of a strike that has 'than it is likely that they have pondered I What connection if any these violent ( a grudge, because I know it I the '. .,',.". IMIIIM! _.____....___________ 11)0110llnlnnct. I I..r.'.. In. Hnnhluplcy.)
I Oct. I. III2I I .- -n' _.____. 547. ,3 8i'.. tlmt .. !. "ity riM'Ciitittl "
[ as its declared purpose the tying up the fart that no body of two manifestation of nature have best Investment of tho year. And :I DUIrlrl No. II I.I I ,nrl lllid Mlth your the rcft-nt" ntlifrw.i imni, vi\\\\ I"

of all rail tram.portationhaltlnA'trains million men, no mutter how well org- i with the recent heat waY e is not whenexer my neighbor; raise n howl Itulance RI-I>I. I. lul'l ______00_....... 134.IS lint iwrllrtimtp in "Ivh"'"".. you lltnltl| C.,
I I,.. .......,,... I
.lml.) "" 'In" month .
carrying coal, stopping the' anired: can "burk" the Government. Known. Hut that certain great\ natural about the high cost of n "
I n.uvsmmipe'rreading Warrnntu liMitii.d. _-___n_._.._.______ Bit.III) I
hauling of fodstuffs and clothing, andeven now- to say nothing of the right any upheavals have in tho past' hud I'll beat him in the bean. I'nlnnci! Oct. ] IH2I ___.________.___ 101.IH ClltOrll .:ITIII.lrATIttN $
the such to starve and freeze ''an influence other than ]local temperature tU.lrirt No. 14. In 1"1 (',." *to of l'l.rl"a. Diihlh.tiiiliflnl l'
preventing transportation of ', group a on Hiiliin.Siit.' | 1. 1U2I ___________._.._ 277.82 ., < ".) ). Itrniiriinl County\ In Chan .,
the United Stales mails, for this latter nation of one hundred and ten million | is undisputed. In 1883 the 'Ki-ri-lliU durinir munthNnrrnntii __..._______._ ... .4 i

| is an expressly declared' purpose !'people! into acceding to their demands volcanic eruption of Krukatou, in the Most of it is made in n chink cellar, \ lnui.d ________n..__.______ 4)11.01Ila.iaiics ( 1..1..1. Ca ly. 0 C .
01. 1. 11121 __ _.._____ 1M.RJ COll.lahlllt.
)j the strike that has been ordI''''!. I|I for special 'on..idl'rlilion-Fol't. Myers Malay Arihipela, Killed 20,000 perSons though calling it moonshine may I IHntrlrt No. K- u I v, \ )

The reason given for the strike is Press. sent a tidal wave as far as the cause some people to think it tastes Ilnlnnce Si-l.t. I. 11121 ________________ 12881* I rhi.i.T, !I.;. imiy, .b"., ,,
I Iff-ci'liiti. dui nor monthVnrrnntH ._____________ n-r.'nilnnt.
a reduction in wages. Now it in absolutely English Channel, and discharged a better. >I \ iHtttird u._ __...__......... 48.10 I atiinarlnir Ity ntTiilavtl i ni,>'''. <>d to the ,,'t
true that the big railroad dust cloud of volcanic ushes ", hh'h' NulniHf S lcl. I I. 11IJ1 -_.__.......___. 77.2B fiUd. In ttu' Iilllit'IliI.'d l fiiuMe hut ('h.,..
| Klnlrirl No. II iff I';, ( ..Iy.'liiliint I th.r.n) | liHtni.d, !. "r'
brutherhoods, in the time of the na VIM AND VIGOR surrounded the world, obstructing the About illustrate llalnnei. 8i-it.| 1. 11121 _____........... 101.B8 a nnn-rcMltli-nt of th Htntv of I I' lorliln, Nntlliif .' :
tion's stress, seized Congress and the sun's rays and causing low temperatures 44,000) preachers now I I'. durinir monthnrriintn n_____._..... ia a .|d:
administration by the throat Follow, If You Take This Advice for days.Whether their serni'iim with moving, pictures \\ ..",>d ._________.....______ 2000liiHinncc slate nf.Vrrniitnt anil In ocr r tin, aw* oftMintyonv II
and with oct i 11121 ___.- ..n_.... I I yi'." 1 In tin.nforiorilrrril thaimiitl ,I
the threat of t'hlup/ the transportation Clmttnn.ioi'ii, Tonn.Vftcr' fotir the world-wide heat wave und it's a bully I idea A little Illnlrli-t No. 17i I I nnn-rcNltli-nt. (n.lnnt, )ho ami l I. li.-r..|>yri'Mtilrvd

system of the country in time yours of vuflerniK ami.) misery untold!, is due to some paroxysm. of nature, noise and a irood picture will keep IIIIhll.e.. . tti'iit. I. I"n _'_' ._____._ ._ 81.RO t<* aplM-ar" thu ,1 or "OI'I.I..ln I
i lt T"i durinir munth I _______....... In on
of war, forced their own wages up toa from a trouble lluit is'ptma'd. t., haile( the such as volcanic action in some remote most anyl dy nwulto. Unrruulu '....u..d ---------------... I(11. iluv .t Novi-tnlwr..u. .A.lor. 112.) 1.,1.. ",. .. .f

point' that had never even been dm'!toil. I liwunie (deaHiiicleiit] 0 lien region/ seismic upheavals in the Kulntirr Oct. I. 1021 ._ __.__hn___ HI.(15 I lie> nf mid Mil .I tnk.-n '
approached -
winicliow. I ciiinn into p..,e.s'ssi., III nf l)r. Dl.lri.t S.,. 1M I, v...h..1 l wad .I.'en..t n.
in the history of railroading I 1'iertv's book, "The ii I,'el li"1l1" Adviwr." depth of some sea, or to sun spots, is |I Hiilnnpot U'l'l 1. Him n________._. -__ 71.02'' I It ,In further, ..... I hit ,). onli'r '. luili1li 't ..
in this or any other country. It may it I clofiniil; ,1 1 lei I tie problematical.; Pile/ .. Cured !111 A to 14 Dvsiiie I i iIliilnnnc< dinuw, mnnlli, ____n........ .hi>il IIIIOD a wt><>k for r.., conNieutivci, wiM>1 kiIn ';
After rradiiiK" 1)u iVinrriintu __ __._ I| J
.. I Innuiid ... ___ WOO llii llrniirunl Onmty r.l.5 rn.h.; a iinwupaiMr 1
be, said that P'NT"KNT : -oM. n
congress and the Wilson benefited 1 by Ur. Vierfe ( .i di li.tile'd: The persistent high temperatures lIru ri-f md'tn< ii-y If TA7O f"llftururi Iliilnn.Oct.. 1. 1'lil ?III'a I 1.1,11,"lcli.iI nalcl cminty nml .' '0. I !
I'.., : -- ------- "
administration displayed weak no.s li ienl Discovery: and HIP ..mii: tnli'.f'! :III. HO began\ in August\ I'.iiO( and for the Inmnntiv Kchii 1' '. ,... li..!".m' IM"n,I, "IIII1'IIU; ,"'ini uII cnn! <(> ,{ ItiMnrt -N',;; I. I II |I Tlil. OH*"', 11. .\ l. 4 .,

yielding to the demand of the brotherhoods 1 'Imgnn (their tine anil 1 in ln-! \-..>,i.k. I succeeding! twelve months there was i,. ....1 l I. .. .t." 11 ..n IV ." I,I IlHlnnco' S.-it. 1. liil; ___._e_.....___. 03.871 ..W. AIIIERMN..
. i I K' J 1J5lliH.
; but those who were in Washington Hurled. tn improve. 1 onh \ : an average months excess above normal I Wnrul.,. lest,.11 """" ly C A. INl(1IlT. l

at the time when that outragewas whfii 1 uoinnipiired the t Irenliiient t of 3.4 degress. LalitIul''h.! llnlnnii.Oct, 1 I. llli'TTII"i 4111,117 J 1. JOHNS. Ih'I"V CUrk.1014Etl !
and Uidity I neinh 1 140( II is., ami l .un prnc- un Ilimrli-t, ) No.--i.--u-- I II ,. h'I"'r for Cfiniilnlnnnt.| l-l I '
perpetrated upon a nation right t irally well. 1 citn't Rive too inui h prinne unusually warm month was 4S.3!! eli'greene S<-.t I, .Ulil ---::--:.----____. 87.88 ; \

then at war with a merciless and an Jn' ."- the highest ever recorded in I Iti-ciMMlH' ', duiinir' month) ______._______ 'I ; J.
tr. PHTCO'B. Iml-pivi-n ren.i Wiii-i-iintii lnnln>d. . ._..__ .__.__ Ill|40 NCllIf IOP: AI'I..IIATI' fOil TAV 1)11,1)1l'Il : ,
unscruplous foe, know that the time John A. Jaiiit; 1*<12 Citieo Ave this country. 1 z llnliinri ()it. I I. 11121 ..-_ u______u 170.48( .It tU'l'.nN. ( <1" Till l.: .J ,
and I under the circumstances, nothing You cnn quickly put yotir i'll in A-I Last April) attained an mmvenagctemperature m., h'l No. 21 I ..: . ' :$ ) ,

was left but to accede to the condition >,\. piitic: to your d li "i Kiilil, arid of 53: I ItHlunce. \ Si-.t. 1. IPSl _______________ 10II.7B Ili-n-liy mitlv alvin' thnt C A. Smith.I
demands d.ItI'l'l'Itill' warmest Ki i ; ::I ;
liln _ i
i K'ineclimtnt'liM : durlnr monthuriHntii 0. _________ I purrliiiiM-r uf I .I'Halo) rrrlitltfati-v nunilKn.dnmii'illvvly
of the unions. obtuiniiir, Dr. Pierre's. Family I for the month In half \ centur/; \\ liMiiid __--__.--._ Rt| no'. ) I'l. ni. 1IU I I/ and I 1)1) Immcd liyI I'I '
:Now, when wages in all lines are : , or liquid:' or wnle Dr. I Pierce, !May und June were not unusual but Profits llnlnncf' Oct. I 1. 1921 ...___.______ m.73 I Inlui.' ci.llvCli.r. for I).iiI toni Cnuiity, 1.1.,,.
IiiMihds Hotel in 1 I'.iitTulo\ Illplrlrl No. 2i ,
iircMiicnt I kIn Kiilil pi-i.tllli.nlm till and too) Idiot dalid.lutif
coming down, when living costs are S Y, for free medical a.lvieicjet (Ito July I broke the heat records for eleve' I I. HI2I I ._."......... 477.10 7, A. l I' 1HU7 .ulil ei-rlinralv 111)I) hi- > /

declining/ when scores of mills and Modicul Adviser from. n< liiorhoud! 'yea rs. are found I lf.-c.-lit durlnic tnnntli ___.__.____. .110 ," Inn iliiH-il-, July I. A. II. Illl'l) 1. nml rnlil nrllflIFHII. -
your Ii ,
I 'Miriinln itnu..II __ .......____ .
I | ilnl.-il I>. him
01| |l''iiiin July 7, A. )
factories are shut clown or woikinc on UruggmtorBiMidf UNi( ) to I lr. Pierce.! I A list of recent disasters and] via only in I llnlnnco Oct. I. 11)21 ___--__ _______-- 47II.HO Illitil tIn .Mid Oi-rtlfli-nti's)' I In my ' 1102. liaHI ii
llerit natural phenomena includes : I I ",.. .h'l Nn. 2.1 I ninihi: ::: aiipllfatlnn I I :; for tan di-iMl 'rl''I In aticurihincn -
---------- r LivestockOld I llnlnnce 1. 11121) ________........ inn.70 vtilli, IHW. nitlil r.rtUlriiti.ii) r.-
Drought-ruined crops Manchuria! Healthy '*< II" diinnir niuntli __._________._ 1.60 mu>rllvi-ly t-niliran > 4'Ihl I follfiwliiir I I liinilM, In
Simula and elsewheie. Reliable Warrentu. faiunl . ._____...... '... l I llrniiriir.1 niiutily;:::: I'lurlilii.; at tliv I ,lnt. l
Mustang Liniment
lliilunvv Oct. 1. |11121 _.____..._____. lno.20' .
of th Iminirii'V of it'Is rortltlcati In te)
Violent hailstorm und
waterspout .
tops lossesby keeping block IliHiriit :
healthy. i No. 24 I : ; ;:
Ford at Uaez Cuba. SOOTHES: while CURING llalnnco. Si-pt., I. 11121 ______.......... 271.28 tmmi'M. n-kpiti'tlvuly) hi.rvlimfu-r iinrtiuularly'
I*, < ".11" duiinir, _____.. art Inllll, luWitlriTIIMinl.
nionlli ....... l
OrTRACl'JrO& \ V"I'unolll.'s'iJlurit'a, Llaimit and No Alcohol No Sting fJa Torts,. I \ itrrmtlii. ,..,,,..1. ___. __.____u___ ))) ).- 74i,. DA ptiilil-nrni I..'. 2, 4. U.'N .

.", Lunin spout flumes t ,mOO feet ubov < Mustang Liniment Is made of pure, Illilunci.) Out. 1. 11)21 -. _u___........I 271.211IH.Iri.l Iitiwh..iiI 10 lIlt I 14 Ii. Tvwn nf Now Ulvi-r, Untvillllrnli. '

their craters. I healing oils. When rubbed freely I llnlnnco Sept. 1. 11121) __No._._.26.......... 20.55 ' No. 100 irnhrn.all of SIlk 81 .
Rhine and Mossellu rivers in highest into the hide it penetrates> muscle ml"','Io"H .1",,').1w munth) .............. '.....1.1 I Irfilv) I and 7 I. Town of Nitw ltlvr,

flood of a ('('lItUl')'. and tissue to the bone thereby overcoming W."..... Imiund. __ _____________ ',i aKniwmMl, ttnknitwn.Cirtllklilf .
he illsof cattle hoes llulnncv Oct I. 11121 _____________ go.BB ) N". I ll I 1)) i>ml hi'i">>. Lot 7lk 14
Cloudburst find hailstorm ilinniii-" mules horses sheep, 'lli.trl.l N... If :|I Town of Ni'W IClv,-r, FOr n.l. 1". 6. 4). Ft. 10

at Home. etc. Jlh.lnn"" R.t., I. 11,21 --.-. ---------- 8Ba.ll I': ni'i.i'KKi-il" 1 l. It. W. Ji.hlmull.
- - ---. . \ S I'lHn I.mter, Jm-loutivlllo. Ca.a3s ,-'. "n, I lie mnnlh) )I h__,___...... i-rlllknU m N I HI)I nnhruci'ii 1.i t. H f 9 II I.
;: Iuunt'l'lIu'lu8 shows renewed at M ujM'd your Mcxiuin l.iiilminton Warrant* Umu.d ? ._ ._.___......... Ililk I 14. In Ni-w. Iv.',. 8.'.. 114. IP. II. S. 1UUO 0
tivity. n cow of mini thut ...... aufiuriiiK (rmn llulnncv Oot. m. moat -- --- ..._ lant: aNHi'Mp.-il lUWii.Unlnun .
rrrrDo Cyclones I in lluytl. a caked iiddrr. him$ wna rrln-vt-d In I cluy ..),,I.I-N.;. f-- 8S8,11 I II I I mihl ..' ivhail\ nilri'muducoordlnic \
More train auriuriiiK mid completely cuicd in I Iliilalian 1..1. 1. I HIM) ------ .____ __ 111.40 to Inw,.ll.. di.d will liuiiin'H thi.rv4in .
I Iin \ Renewed volcanic, activity of Kilauea i ...bout6lo6duy.." II...lpla' ''n" month) __________0____ I nil thv I Ulli liny ..f vi-nihvr, A. II. lutl. c
/ in I fantail, of I'opoeatupetl i t tMexico >. John II ribhi-r Nrw IXi.rnc. NC. "Our. lluliinnv WR.ra..l. )I..u'd) . ., .______. j I tAlC I ,*.. my ulTIv, nl ails")lr. multI 0"11| thta ,
\ di-livety, lnire WHN no liudlyatovp tip| In Ina, Oct. I I. I Ilizl. I ------------ 881411Hi. ) I nth lIlly or (Ktohfr. I), ml. ,
in I.
Masnyu Nicaragua an i1nlco lure I II -t : ,;. >K I I
li-itatid nhuulili-i'llii.l wnrnuld) ""iI ....- (i. W. Al.liMIMAN.' :
y Day II Salvador. linn I liy using Mi-xitnn MuBtunii Ullln..nton I llnliinci. 1. 1021 ___ __.______ ItO.ti Soul) C'lurk. Circuit I "".t.
a him no Wi,. cured und lu- Iti-n-lpli.; '' diirlim, munih ......... I I I fly C. A. KNKilir, ,
Kurlhquukc; in Writ Crux. mitered tile beat ul LOlll1ll1o"" I xv ,rrnti, iMimd -_:::::.-----..- 8OI() Clork.Notlr .
Floods in Pueblo and San Antonio! Iliiliince Oct. I Ilia I _. __ __._e___. 10.1-01.\1. iMiiity
I FREE WITH 2Se TRIAL DOTTLE I. inrt N,,. IHllnlnnce te -

Do It Better Waterspout at Tangier, Morotrn r.. -n ""',"' ","" ".'ul-a..d. I. 1H2I _____________ 2(11.77( -; ; .KU .
Continuation of the beat wave nmi \ Tak,, TMKDLE) 1 ul'. I.iitrnt rrawKct KnillUa iii., Ins, iiiuiilh, __.____...... I hi-Miy' u;;. iindur nnd I In ;, .
one' S.'nd 25 c."nta in Htumrm or coin fur Vnrranla l..u.-.l -_________ Ul).in af ...., ..,.. and '
winter mild hint. "
On a .
II as as 1 mil llutlleIliiini.hiiMSin I ;) MuHtiiim I inlillflit llalance' (lot. 1. 11121 .._______u_..___ imnN IlIfl'ielIlill'U .. ld", A.
rciiih'r'il the 2mh ilny Htptemlier
J I the other hand, the law of uvcrai't'! ,. Lyon IMr: gi-t 'I iHldli-1$,' nil il..U'klynN.Y.abmlHlnly Jrnt.; I llmlrlrl Nil. ID I i III.! :llliil, nn III, ,:,:itl l ky tinlloniirnlilx I ;! .lu.lioi nfl
Co,41 be Filtli
One man with a FORDSON I which maintains' a fitiily consistent' I HiTi.d Hiiliincii' |" i, 11121 _u_ ________ n'l' I l, thu, I'lroutl. C..r'. Ill Mud, fur 1.1..1. .""n. '
during niontli ..... I
TRACTOR can do more I !.' average/ temiierature over long p. I 25c50c$1.00Sold V-1 riantM iMmii'di :: -.--:::-----::: I llhenln I Iv Hurilrt I iiillnK., III, cnlo.'ry.) uhireln I, .the 'luwn. .. f rlturku eaime

work easier and with less I rinds of time, presages the ennuisotntr by Drug and General Store. i Hlilimcu Out. 1. I 1(121( .___ __ ____J 17H44 i n inunlclpiil('I: Qiiiurutluii" :| :In eiiiniiliilniiiit.; ,:: and:I r

\ than or later of nn excess of low "T/it Good Old Standby 5.1848"MEXICAN I 11'.1, No._. HI . I I I'l'lifo I 'lleim ,.,"'l I.uurii '1..". hi. wife, anil
expense two men can 1".1"081"1.1 211:.I I HullliTUun, Willow nf .. 1'1."".'und .
\ do with hors s. This means I temperatures. The turn amy conn I , . ,," mnnlh _.___._____.. .' II In. .- lid ,. at I Inimnli' uf Win. TUuililitiimud.
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that you with a FORDSON I _;j. this winter.MY llnlnnce Out 1. 1921 __h_- .. ---- 21.10 71 ,I I I. A. /ar. *1,1.d..r..llnl.I ) >il.. an Hiuiulul, 1 ".,..... fthlill ,

TRACTOR can actually I .. j I MUSTANGLINIMENT I Im", CIINTy.o..I. "4' lml- I liiir I' .r fur ...I nl public Ill'lury and null to
11f1\11: TOWN I'AI'KU TIIKHKST 8m..' -11'0'11 ( I Ill. lilt,,Mi-Hi hliMir" ) fur inch h, liifunthu court.Ihuunv .
raise more crops, with less I i I.IA. I duiir In Mlnrki-, I 11'10"0) enmity. Hnr- wJ.
I'AI'HIt l-'Olt MK hi-nhy ) , ,
the f.irr>olna >ia_ '
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lila un M'liulnv' the 7th lilly uf
work and less I Nu..I.
And h. II. .
expense. the funda mill I IHHhunU'iiii.liUi, n( 1 I A. II. I llul)I ,ilurinK tht, h-iiiil houri of enle the, I

__ this means that your profits : My home town pupr' is the best pa |I uf H.-pn-niU-r, of. J.dnd I 1121 I, I trillnnd County fur cur mi the I lo month(,. I l! followlnii'I 1 h.- Wot il.'ni-nhi'il I"I.'y..h l 1"1"|fi-i-t lty.and l"-wlt"lirhl: Inchraliit

v_ will be greater with fewer lien> for me. It tells me what laym.Ighlors I 1'1' of mv Xniiuh-iliii. nnd Iwlli-r I lut, I rivi. I lVl| I and Hrvon .C. ) uf Illuek Mav-
hours of works - -- II. It winning inl.-i-n ((17)) .rliiliiiil, iif Hlnrkilintnir ,
that John ]Itrowr l"w.
are doing/ I''IVAN, IAI. meTAl of l'I.Iir Inmrui-tlim '
rtt OK OlUNTVHIMlH Ii rli-rtti.ii $. 'luwnnhlli D. f K Hit "':n.l.(
I "bought; a tractor and a Jersey 01 ) I : A. AOKINN ,
. Besides the FORDSON will take M. .,," ., , . -- I
\ that I'arson Jones needs' tin y Hi i. -'in tn, M .Kurdi A. S. f IIKWH, Rpiclnl Mimtir.SMllulmi .
car of every power. Job on the a new i ,,un't, ,fut, thini'inth i.r Hi.ili| >mliiM." I 1U21. Ill",1.1 IMIll fly KIWV ( IM'Ndl' '1.1, Cumiilnlnunt, 10-7-6-11-4 I "
farm. It U flexible In I buggy. It tells me that our countyor (, .
light, alart | Fund iJi ni.riil I"nnd. I ,
control and operation yet It tuis : : city officials have either done theli Iliilnii..... Si-it | I 11121 n .BaWl.73 r .,"".. mIni "..u.,1 4 nn OIIDI-'t: suit i.
power end endurance to spar. : duty played for personal gains. H Ki.titiM' diirlnv munCh . I lA.rili ..' e Itrvnn. du .. ,,. In Circuit (,'urt. H.P11J'ATIO'. Elichth.liiilfriiil >
or ,
Wm ,1-lii.ln, InHUi'd 7ftH.HitHnlHii I F r..I. du . 4 no .1 ) Cuuniy, in Cii.rery. ....
tells me about my school, my church) i Oct I. IU21 .Mm.(15 .( d m,. _ 4"n I G."I' I.Rdll.1
Too should
eee W
I u.inr' "-rl' ilur.. I club not that I shouldn't Maria I. Uirklltrr' and IW.. KickllU-r. her
at work: to appreciate |t.wonderful und my ,. (Oat, I. 11121" _' _ .41117.01 A H fn-wii tri-a. nalmy . . |12 nil' ,htinliiiiid. "I'
capabilities. We will Udly ,(,c, I",. diirlnir mimth .- fillfl.07% r A luti-h. rlorkP f,,.. _ 7 fl uI..II.I.v. ,

girt you the proofs if you will UNSHAKEN( TtSTIMQUTime Writ, nui-d. -. . 1IHH.R7 HI.|| e Kli(|Ivan ..,..|,.rv .. I lluhi-rt' N,..,. rl.r..nInt. ,
llnliinci. < . ___ 7, ,III,,
ask for them either by a personal lft. I 1U2I DRHILZli $ r.WH ..lly I itMuHHnir hy alfi.lnvlt, HMi.-iHl.. (C t h.
.. .nlo. I" Oil
it r .inllnlniiri. w I I ninl) I lh,. nhovv Ktalrd faux that Hot"rrt .
call phone or poet card. the of tiutli. And Bi-nt I. 11121$ _____ ______My SO *7 .,',, MI.I.II., ) h"Rlh oTir'r) ...u-. 2. Oi Ni..'"..tlir. d.'fiiiiilunl thrnln niiinud .In a
is toil Itt.... !iitn' __ ___ ... .uhIHhln. and' prlnlinir i 4 N0 I .
a l > durlnit mnnth un 648 .. '.. oi-rr,4I'tt of the) '.l. of rlurliln. and that
Douti's 1<10I1Iy I'liU have stood theUt Wermntii luinn'd _.._. _.__.__________ '. 14 VV ..I..o".n' honli . 210 I the rinldi-nre ,.f thv .,ii.I di fvniliint In un
.... III Stnrki.No; )SUrk meieiIemiIwho HalHlieii'l.. 1, 1H2I ___e. _.__.______ 82.IIIS f 'l"llnl: Tmitn '- .: tan Kale 6 01)) k'w. and I. over the .... uf lwinty.iin
Oim _
on .
.. ... ; I:1 amnit I4') I i I
& i i t null I ; Wp' llrnrIm.r vi-nn. In 1..r.,.. Ir,1.I'iiI tlmt Hald! non.
; 'J 8\1 If"-h tui't.uclii'\ or aim y.iiurlnur ; tints! ',<,-.- Si-pi. 1. 11)21: 87 ..MKir r W5II .uu.Inlnt: .." : ::::::::::: SOt lie rvulili-nt. 1 .. lie and la hereby required'

L I ) l.U can reniulti, cue tat iltietmil i < ilurlnir, ,. ,, lh---------------- 1 ..I1" Wulnw,15)t, flr'nrnn ._._.___ 8.1111) )) I to aiipiar to ttin bi ,f .cnmiilalnt. I tUfd) In Held
\\ nr null. ,IMHII d"Mluni'i I 4 KI.) ) .0 raium un tip h'r" Munday, the 21nt day of
II by tin.t I isle t 1(1 tf-ct.m n.vHaiiHlortt Oct I, I IH21 _.__ ". ..' .___ .. 879.113 ."I.)) I'.II.. ".. ..__. __.____ I N./1) )) Novrml.i,' A. l. I1I2I.I c.lln-rwliie thu nlluira.)
Au tin lial t> .irr i nnd. tluni nillil '. will ...
II uight iiinr Tarl Juhfn, du _ auntauvdby ,
= I llBlnnrn Si-pt. 1. 11121 __v._-_______... 120.00 A ivw n __ ._ .. 4.))') .diriiidiiitIt .h. '
Stiirke. gave the foil w. K ..lH'' >mat '(, ii-* fliirlni' ........h .. . _. l.w'vln V),...), do d. . I M I .I. f".lh., ,...1..1 that, thli, urili-r I be puh.llnhed .
I of In- '-xporl; mice w'th: )),...on'. Kid "fly... ., ."".,It . . Chan. '''"' ''___ ni! I for vlirht cuinu-ciitlve w..ek In the
fllarlinir .
do .... .
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I625S? llalanr (IcC. 1. 1HtJ( : ...____.____ ._._ 12H.1M ,.. f Hrmlford Clouiity Teliirraph,
I a pub.
: newniiatiir
ney IM-ls AilII| 12=: lal4:: : It im .1 .. l', ,....... I ..,." "..>.,Hitrrnwa do ._._ _......1-1. l.nn llHhi In ald COunty and Htate.
f'nnova lln _, __ __
p.o. been smut' t me since I uied )Ujun's Itelnnre 1. llliil" _1108.811 "' '
.a rk-t. I r-lvrfr, |Mn. 1 his SiilmlHr| 21. IU21.O. .
l .
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-- Kldne 1'ibu, but I know thin remedy Ki-ci'lptii. during' .t month ._-_? . 2.0tti / Ain, 0... : :__:"_-____ 2 l.n1. Jo !) W.Clerk AI.IiKUMN.fPca
Iii'-Jii'tl: inn grnntly when I wan llulnnoi. lnt. I. IKifl _...1110.87 'h. Turner d. __ __" 10 C. A. KNKillT.Deputy.
Octal. ,", 17. IMI.! Truliy) N..mnn. du l _ eon
having truub.e wIlt back Jn ----e Clerk.
my a 11-', ii fminty; r'I," .luhni di. ........... |.onI'nad D. K '(
reasonable length of time I Wl1s.1 PlH'i. nf rfrtl. ,|. Nll.ll.r Ctilniilnlnant O-ail-OI'll-ll

curijU i utircly. Others III my famKV' I h. rly, .' fvrtify thnl the Pnrtirnlnir' miitrmimlf T"'al' .- __ ..--.-- _. 50744 luloll, .
., and IlrI" --
> tin r .h. anil itUhuriifmi'ntri of thifund Fund
ha\e also been! turn] by' A' Honk nf Stark 4IICIIiL i Foil .
I of rtindtard (: iuniir for the month ntB pay rulla llflurt)) 'IIUCATW"
c-- recount' )'.11'I tIm! Ii' rt-uie'ly: h'ghl)'," #.,... mho', 11121.' I. trim nnd eorrirt lo thn IMHIuf ''''I'| v fn. nI..1 lrmm 4 An In ,rircnlt "uur tttaie Horldn. MI$.>iUf
TV,. i nowh>dic. and Imlii'f.' J A M'irKBn iinlnry .. .. ( ) u.lion' I U.ul. ..Irord County, In Clma-
On AIr!! 27. 1918. Mr. Austin I]. W AI.TinitMUN.: -12061 i-.ryIiulIlD.

said I >.t i h( have the same opln "*r:,' '. Cl,ifk ('l -int fourt.Iliiiufiird 1'.Ol'_r. .. 241 I 'IB1IIIIH Mnnnlntr,

'Ion ',f I U .i. D'M Kidney Flits!!! as I did r.mnty Cumplalnant.
vti I
Ity C. A K'JJ'r: IMI I II HY "
In 1U14 '( tie. cure they r-ffcctod In, ''''''"1' 'I.k .rnrrel "II..f. 1"1 G.i ...,. Mannlny.Jfnj.nt..

veil I WlHirlnn aulury 111111 ____ | .
iIi.' I i.i nr permanent" ---- - -
II WlKWlini Inrld .. ___ .110. I nppi'urtiiir. liy afflikivlt appenileil' to the
I I I'rlcc. t 6'' i. at all daIs, IJon' I 'S '1' I. \1KMHVT: ,: nuiWTT' PC mmnoi.FliNt '. W Klcklltur M, nervica .__ .__'..___ 430 ( fllrd, .In tho ..,.......1.(1 eani.e that (.leerS.Manflmn5. .

'' !) n I I. I f r a kidney rpni,*dy-get ('. .< h.......i-lr. >. nit ,,"'.,14 ririi .., Mtnti..niint. T A (IFn. do __.___ _. .__"_,- .. ,_._ H.1 00 railili-nt, ,.t the ih..di utaie, or' PlorUIn"."In, and nnmud cunwalt, la ,A

: Duan'ti I K dm> flili.u- same thatI *-*' ul, I......., for tli- "intn, i' J I W M.en'An.I.1 lucl.l ft. tchmil. ._ _.__. __ ,' .' .,' 4 n.0') lilrnerlf .. that I.'.... of auhpuvriti, oaanot
I !\ An-tin hu I I. I Ijdl r-Mllburu. (xi.Mfrs ; !Minunilirr' 1021 C.fnrriil flrhnnl! Fund .*' \ U.... .,,,,. mil tine ....._-___ 11. /, twenty-line b*> nerved upon him.. II ,In and U..r In over ordered the awe that of

., liiiKulo N. Y. Itelnnlie Si-pt. 1, 1021 1 03 Ot 1. N,1,1 Hank (;inlnnvllle' Intereet. 807. aid rmldi.nt defi-ndnnt be
and 1 I. reiiulnd -
fU-ci I InU _... i P' M ih-val .. . _. ft yn .n'h
\ durlnif month 70.A7 I lo appear" < the kill or complaint, lied
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W.."..".. liuued .. ___ 1111.114 lolna-ranh (1..I"l.." . ._ ._____ 87.10 in iiald run.m .or before Monday, the 7th
I- - rlHlnnciOia I I. 1 fill I _... 6HB.84 i iHUlflrt irradford ft, Inbinat .. _..e.e 280.514. day uf November' .. II. 1021. othi.rwlm .
II I No Worm in m Healthy Child llalHtin8pt. I. IMI -1\0.: .I 181.BQ Total .. . 0_ ___ _____-_ -777. '- freeed by paid uf >difendnnt.It "ld bill will. be taken e. son

J. W. ANDREWS Jr. T flu" i- .hi. 'in,. month __. I Huh l-'unn. l I. further onleml
All children troubled with Worm have an un. WB ,.,nt. liuuod _._ nan A J r.rllTU .,'..rhl".. 17 ____..__ 80.00 uuhllnhrd nn,. a week for that four till eoneocutlvewtvlni ordur
: AUTHORIZED htalthy color wbkh Indicate poor hlood. and ai a Hulnnrc ( ct., I IUJ1 ... '".40 .3 W Murwan ".nk 16. .._____ .._ ,.B I the Bradford
rule there la more or I leat atomarh dlalluba""".. I'I..I>lrli'l Ne, 2 I| J W Mnraan Inld) u._______...._ IU/) newmuiiivr. .puhlMieri in eald County Telearaiih.) and .. .a.
OKOVL'S: TAJSTtLEiS CHILL TONIC lven nularly Hnluni-e. 1. 1921 ......_... J71.78 ,, i W Morvan to..)'. 28 ._ ._. .n____ | tlhla Ueptbinber 27, 1021.'I cuunly (
Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE Inrtwoor tfcrea wnka. will aorlch the b ....s.1m ltrc.-li.u durlnv munCh _- I.W 1 1W..n. I W Miirvan d.i 27 ______,___v_____.. 85 W O. W. ALKRIIIVMN.
prove th.dmiiesUoe..nd act a. a(roeral Stntoiith. .. ..."..d ___e__._..... ,...._ I City I.lnhl riant wiitur A Ilb. I.17.71 ( Clerk Circuit, lijurt.By *,
..,ID' Tonic to the whole 01'_.... N.l.... will thm Il.Unc. oct. 1. IMt ___- 17M4l d.". Kite Incld !I7 ..... .......... 8.10 48..1 C. A. KNIGHT.IVputy .
FLORIDA ilr.t >., a I prlntlnic t __...
throw off daniel the --- --- ClvrliA. .
la perfect or baaltn. Pleaaaat worms, and Uif' Child will. .. .' -. P-I.I I I. 1921 .:_....... au11 I I IHInKraph, do I ...._.__n._ ._., 2110 7. ADKINA. .
to take. 73o per bottle. R*>..'''nit. duI,," munCh ---------------2.1 vl.wraph d.. H _ ._._ ____ 0___ ._ 2.BO Sohcltvr fcC Complainant 0.30.61-10-11:


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Bradford Coynly} Telegraph : I ver (cities volunteers have begun offering school: auditorium Saturday and was Marvin Duggar and Ru--, -
GOVERNMENT SAYS to help out if the crisis comes well attended. of Johnstown, were busine
---.--...- .. --- - -,---- tn a head, and it is virtually certain Mr. and Mrs. W. II. WiUoure and to Lake Butler Tuesday. t .

Published weekly' and entered as hat not only the mail l and perishable charming daughter, Ethel Mae, of Mrs. Nannie Lou Carnef "-

second class matter the (.MX! trains will be operated, but manyof Brooker, were guests of Miss Marshall
at post stow, was a guest of her .." .
office at Starke, Florida. I TRAINS MUST OPERATE the passenger trains as well." Proctor Sunday Marshall Proctor, Monday; .
is known too, that union leadersfear
-. - . : Mrs. W. H. Lee is at the sanatoriumin Sebron Stokes and 31 h.,
the 60,000 railroad men who Jacksonville, having recently un- Dukes. of Five Mile
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner 1 wen
walked out in the "outlaw" strike of a dergone for
an operation appendicitis. Tuesday morning.
The Umt d Stuu.- <.eminent does the year ago. The unions themselves assisted
>: I strike order< sent out was final and Her friends are pleased to learn she
Taylor county bas received more not intend that the nation-wide railroad definite, no provisions being made for the railroads to break this un- is rapidly improving. Math Dukes, of Five }I//'.

benefits from Its hard road than any strike, ordered to begin Sunday -I postponement of action. Only a satisfactory I authorized strike, and hundreds of onion D. W. Borum spent Monday with business visitor to Lake Bu .
other Improvement that hat ever been a strike in which something tikelr settlemnet of the questionsat i charters were lifted and. more his family. urday.

completed in this count), and notwithstanding 00,000 men may be affected and issue before the date set for the II I than 50,000 former union men sus- Mrs. Enoch Mott, of Wateroak, : Mr. and Mrs. Thad Carter .If

that it Is handicappedby whuh is planned to tie up virtually strike can prevent the nation-wide pended as the result of this strike. was a guest of her son, John Mott, town, were visitors here T "
poor roads in all adjoining counties every railroad in the country within walkout, be declares. I There are about 30,000 of these for Sunday. Marcus Dekle and Arden Ii

the investment has been a paying a week after the first men walk out- Warren G. Stone, president of the I mer railroaders who never got back, Miss Johnnie Rimes, of Miller, attended of Five Mile, were in town S
and good one for every individualin shall paralyze the transportation brotherhood of locomotive engineers and it is the fear in union quarters the teachers meeting here on Misses Norma Dekle ant r

the county, regardless of the small system of this nation. Trains must be is not ao positive, however, as :Mr. I that these "outlaws" may all returnto Saturday.Mr. Proctor, spent the week-end at
increase in taxes. Madison county is operated, even if it takes all the resources Lee in this matter In a statement the roads in the event of a strike Mile.
of the federal and do their "bit" in help breaking the i and Mrs. Dick Davis, of Five ._
talking of building roads and if theydo government to ifcsued at Cleveland a few days ago,
the people; will make no mistake, accomplish this, so the nation's leaders Mr. Stone said that the strike could walkout in retaliation for brotherhood j Mile, were business visitors here on

and only be sorry that they did not do Washington are devoting/ their be prevented by two things, government activity against!!: them a year ago.!: The Saturday. Wrier the bases DiCer
it loner airo. Every delay in building I attention to keeping the rail lines in action or a settlement by the head of the "outlaw" strike, John I Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at When trouble comes hobbling

good roads only tends to retard the 'operation in the event that the em- railroads. And in this connection he I Grunau, said: the State Farm. a woman gives way to a flood 1 of along tear,

.r growth and development of a com ployes do walk out, by no means acertainty ( made a significant statement when' he I "I don't think the brotherhoodshave Griffin Garden, of Raiford, motoredto -but a man proceeds to tint the itaiorphere
munity.-Perry Herald. at this time, despite the fact said: a chance to win. They ('annotl Lake Butler Friday.Mr. blue.Riw -
that the strike call has officially been. "The government can prevent th2 control their own men. Thirty or 40 I' : and Mrs. D. W. Borum and

Almost profession and tradeare issued' I strike by taking over the railroads, i j per cent of them en are getting on in ('hi1dren11': and Mrs. Garris and

represented every at the state farm. Many government officials, the ma- and this is what will happen even years and they are not going out on a baby, :Misses Ruby Phillips, Williams, JOHNWHRE&CO.Laltatllt .

There are doctors, lawyers, preachers jority of the business interests of the tually." strike which will cause them to for- Henrietta Padgett, and Lee Frank Itr.

engineers, druggists\ and bookkeepers nation and the people at large are notyet The railroad unions have l convinced that the walk out will rights,; and pension provisions that are Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse, was in
and the managers do not a unit in supporting the plan of w
'" take While theirs. The brotherhoods cannot Lake Butler Monday
place. it is true that the sal
need to !act!: outside for any serviceor government ownerschip, or at Mast "
work they need have done, as there government appears unable to get the !government!: control, put forth by G. win. i :Marion Dowling motored to Pine '! Furs
are all kinds of shops and workmen- railroad heads and their union labor E. Plumb two years ngo, a plan rejected ------ Hill last week. ,

", exccf>t printers. The printing has to anyways near a compromise agreement by everybody but the rail un NOTICE Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was trans- I)

be done outside, for there are no printers President Harding still possesses ions. With this statement by Stone, acting business in town Friday.
in the establishment to do it. a powerful weapon-a federal there are some who profess to see on Starke Poultry Farm wants 100 A. E. Proctor spent Monday at

This speaks! well for the men of the injunction may summarily halt the the part of the brotherhoods a deep bushels of corn. Will pay 60c per Sapp.
"art preservative" strike plans of the union leaders, justas laid plot to force government control bushel delivered to the Starke Poultry :Mr. and Mrs Fate Brown returnedto E. K. PERRYMAN

it did in the threatened nation- and operation of the transportation Farm, Starke, Fla. 1028.2te Lake Butler Monday from Miller. ATTORNEV-AT. LAW
wide coal strike two years ago. lines by mean of a general strike, Frances Coffin, of Johnstown, motored STARKE FLORIDA
It is stated that the side-saddle is While admittedly concerned over wage!!: reductions being merely the LAKE BUTLER to Lake Butler Tuesday morn
earning back and that clothespin riding the situation President larding and nominal cause of the big walkout. ing.!!:
for women is gettingout of fash his cabinet place faith Union leaders declare that 95
great in the
ion. While there can be no morepleasing percent Lake Butler, Oct. 28.-:Mr. and :Mrs.!
of public opinion to prevent the of the total railroad mileage!!: in Collins have -
than I returned to their home
sight!: an equestrienne
threatened tie-up. The president the United States will be affected by
when the sidesaddle is used, there is at Lady Lake, after a visit with :Mr. I
N holdh that public opinion has already the strike and that no exception will and Mrs.
nothing more awkward than a woman I'
outlawed any such proposed strike, be made in any class of service. Strike I
Marie Chastain
sitting astride a horse, arrayed in the was entertained on
and is
hopeful that the orders in
brotherhood were specific stating that
t ridiculous toggery that roes with leaders will realize that In existing the operation of mail trains was not ,I by Friday her evening friends with who a surprise party HAROLD C. WALL
such practice. Perhaps it has been gathered at herspacious
circumstances the strike cannot suc- necessary, and neither was that of home.And..r .
discovered that bowlogcredness is developed
I CE'ed.Thf'n !, milk trains, or trains carrying perish Dekle motored to Johnstown STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
from clothespin riding!!:, and able goods ,
that does not RO well with short too, there are those who still Saturday
skirts. According to the movies, some express their belief that the unions "The tieup will be complete," say Rev. S. S. Proctor visited relativesin I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.
Western women are compelled to ride do not really mean business in their ,r union leaders. "The men are 100 percent Johnstown Saturday.

bad horses, and must sit astride In or- strike call, but are playing a "bluff" loyal, as shown by the strike Miss Edna Epperson spent the weekend
order in stay on the horse. But when down to the last card in the hope of I vote, and everyone will walk out at I with homefolks.
retaining for the railroad I the appointed time and remain idle :Marion
homes are gentle and riding' indulgedin employee Dow ling is having several
for pleasure only, no woman should as many as possible of the benefits :, until the railroads come to our terms." houses built in East Butler, which A. MARTIN SEED CO.
1T make herself a spectacle by riding they acquired under government ope- Neither the railroad officials or the add much to the attractiveness of our
li man fashion. I ration of the railroads during war I government believe, however, that the town. OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

w time. These officials point out that, '' unions can get out anything like 100 I J. E. Priester motored to Miller JACKSONVILLE FLA.
with railroad business at its lowest per cent of their strength. Railroad I Thursday.The .
A food argument in favor of prohibition ebb, with 3,000,000) idle men seeking j officials profess to believe that not I literary society will be an interesting SEED POTATOES

Is embodied in the complaintof work, the rail unions would he committing more than 60 per cent of the men will feature of Florida eveningat Spaulding Number 4 Rote, Early" Red Bliat Triumph and Irish Cobbler We are
a professor of anatomy. He says suicide by going through! with quit work. This claim is based on I the school auditorium. now ready to quote contract prices for December and January delivery.Our .
that in former days destitute' "old their announced plans at the present' the point that the men old in point of !, Union County Fair will open on Seed Potatoes are the highest quality Maine grown, selected seed. Advise
soaks" died at the hospitals, without lime service will refuse to take a chance of Nov let Everyone invited to at- quantity and variety you will want.

friends who cared for them, and that The government however, is proceeding losing their seniority rights or pen-i MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS
thus the getting of "stiffs" for the along the lines that the strike I sion chances by striking, and also to I Ittnd.Miss' Pearl Brown, of Providence, Have made good with both the smell gardener' and far er and the ones who
dissecting rooms was an easy matter | call wall "issued in all seriousness. the fact that the $300,000,000 tied up 1 entered school here Monday. plant thousands of acres. Plant yourfall crop with Martin' Hy Test Seeds and inure .
He deplores that this V&ppy" While Washington officials in railroad benefit re.ult. >.
i condition I have not funds will hold I B. V. P. U. met Sunday evening,
no longer!!: exists, and don't i yet given up hope of getting the con j I I many men on the job, as the employee t'' :Mia Lula Scarborough, leader. FALL CATALOGUE
y know what to do about it, as medical I tending factions together in some kind j lose every cent of this fund in case of Esther, Lottie and Maurice Stone Martini Fall Seed Catalogue i i. now ready. Write for it. Everyone interested
students ran hardly get' any subjectsat :fof agreement, they lire making all''I a strike. spent the week-end with their father in Florida fall and winter crops should avail themselves of information containedin
all to We i'i our descriptive catalogue Supplied FREE on request to those who send in their
carve up. can only suir- j possible plans to protect the public "This is the time and place for at Hastings.
Beet: that the number of medical students I; in the event of a strike. a I name promptly Write for it today.
strike if we are to have one," said F. I :Mr. and Mrs Herbert Priester and
:Y be diminished in the same proportion I Washington has announced that the D. Underwood, president of the Erie children, :Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Priester E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY STElberton .
as the "stiffs." We evidently mail trains will be operated and that road. "The present strike threat dif and children attended the golden wedding
do not need as many doctors as formerly ; food and fuel will be moved, no matter I II fore from any other in that it is not anniversary given in honor of
but we need more tpachprll'l j what the cost. The machinery of the I move against the railroads themselves a I II :Messrs. II. F. and Jim Priester's mI=" ><;"" "''': ,."."":":",,,,,,,,, ''

Let the young men train for ( post office department and the depurtment -I'I but against a government institution, I' mother and father at their home at R

in the schools and colleges TeachIng '' of justice has been set in I, the railroad labor board, which Jesup, Ga. ..
will soon become a well paid pro '' motion While there has been no public I creed de'j' : -- ". "<: .. l8
{ the 12 per rent wage! (' )j Mrs. Gole Coleman spent a few o---OM.-e:: =
fession. announcement or discussion of its effective July 1, last, against which days this week at Xewbf'rr)'. :
|i plans, rumors have leaked out that the men have voted to strike and their I Ii I I Clifton Roberts and Mr. Sistrunk, 'Cf 8

Make it a point to visit the print : the government is preparing to go {I officials have called them out. I of Worthington motored to Lake Butler I I

shop and learn of its difficulties and I the limit, even to the declaration of "The real purpose of the prevent Sunday. f f ltlt !ll.l L
martial law, if such a drastic' I'i"
l perplexities At leant that will give step move is not appreciated by the publicat :Mrs. Hubert Bennett and baby are =--
you a more charitable attitude. I necessary. The railroad will he told large. It is to bring about government I ill at their home near Lake Butler. ,
to operate their trains, and if federal control and :Mrs. Guilford
Southern Farmer. Riifht you are, operation of the : Koberts.of Guilford, (
brother. The local printing office protection is necessary, it will be given transportation lines of the country. visited Mrs. Joe Greene Sunday. 1 ....
even if it becomes a case of armed Railroad labor has t'he I' :Mrs. II. L. '. __ _
should be visited when the big l belt I,I idea that, under Sprinkle and son, Henry, _1 a
guards on every train. government control it is better of Florahome the .
breaks, just as the printers are sweatj spent week-end at
i j I "The people will not starve, and off. As union home. Blue Granite
one leader
ing to pet the paper out in time for puts it: Georgia
the next mail ; also when the engine they will not freeze, declared one 'Conditions are better and discipline i Misses Walburta and Lola Beillingand

stops because' the spark plug is choked prominent senator in Washington. is not so sharp.' brother, Rollie, spent the weekend "THE STONE ETERNAL"e

up; also when the "devil" spills "Public this strike sentiment, and is it wholly is certain opposedto that Carl R. Gray, president of the Union ;, at Providence And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various hades make '
upon the floor two columns of delinquent Pacific system' says that the present i Miss Alma Shaw spent the weekend
tax sale ads ready for the the people will back up every effort strike, should it materialize would : at Gainesville.

forms; or when the consignment of I of their government to nullify the disastrous not last a great while. lIe added: 'I A surprise party was !given!: :Miss MEMORIALSRenowned

print paper does not arrive in time. effects the strikers hope to "The railroads are placed in a Ruby Phillips Friday evening and an
On such perplexing occasions the create, even if it becomes necessary strange: position. The wage decrease I''I enjoyable time was spent. Those
for the government to seize and operate has been ordered the present Misses
printers will welcome anyone who can by same board I; were Williams, Julia
assist them with copious and effective the roads. that previously granted; a wage inI! Register, Christine Townsend, Es- FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand
cuss-words. I "We'll) not sit idly by and permit crease. We are just as much under | telle Rosenberg, Crouch, Messrs. Elmer

the economic paralysis! "of a rail striketo the orders flf the board as are the Adkins, Lee, Frank Berry, Leroy EVERLASTING ENDURANCEThree
i THE STRIKE itl'CAHOO: cripple the nation, said Senator men. Should the railroads have refused Mizelle-t Momie Dekle.
i Cummins, the rail authority of con- to abide Ur. and
'I by the decision of the Mrs. Seeber King visited
grease "If any group of men is strong board in essential factors to be considered in buying monuments
granting the increase Jacksonville
men an a Thursday.
When a bull has found out that by
j, throwing down a fence he can enter a enough to confront the governmentand year ago, we would have been in exactly Dr. W. II. Lee visited in Jacksonville are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP
field and feed on the succulent crops bring on the horrors of starvation the same position as the men ; Thursday. RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this :combination -
and other fatal ills, then we must are today, when, they refuse to accept Momie Dekle and Leroy Mizelle I
inside, he will try to break down fences defend ourselves dissolve when buying our material.
or the
forever after. Likewise the rail- tion." na.I,, a"decrease' ordered by the same motored to Five Mile section Sunday t

> way labor unions, after succeeding: so Rail brotherhood leaders are unit !i board. I afternoon. COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP.
well in laws | The railroads are making all preparations A teachers meeting was held at the
overriding and decencyat I'I I
in declaring!: that the strike was ordered j to resist the if I Leading Manufacturers of the SouthField
tieup, the
a time when the country was at '
in all seriousness and will he' strike becomes I or Special Representative, '
their mercy, will continue the same a reality. Workers are Only One "BROMO QUININE" I ..
pitched through to conclusion.
This looksas l being hired to man the transportation To set the ,, W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA.
tactics. time, however, it "Xothinir but miracle top' rtoulne,c 1l fof full name. LAXA. ,
a can !! lines by big !More rave aaoalo QCININE. Iig'
every system.! than I Look'ou.netureo'
bull will have
though the a ring this strike said W. G. '1 Z. W GIIOVE. Caret fi.
Lee, president 300,000 trained railroad a Cold in On!)e". Mop
stuck through his nose' if he persistsin of the brotherhood of railroad idle workers, now I aura and beadscbc. anti rorjf" off old. Z&f "" a.ww.I&I.JlUU'U'uoDmw"u( .=
or engaged in other lines of
activity -
defying the laws and public opin
trainmen, one of the union leaders
are available to help operate
ion.The who fought to the end against!!: the the I
proposed railway strike, set forOctol..r and many; of these are being I
strike' call :Mr. Lee explained that i
t rounded up. In of the lariljp '
30th, will probably be/ a fiasco -

for several reasons, one of these being -- -- -- i Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
that some of the unions, after the
sober second thought, will refuse to

ti strike. But it will make little difference .. For Cleaning Tile If your local merchant does not carry your wants come here. Many women in your community shop

if it really materializes for ,, I here. Our aim is to at all times render good service, maintain a high quality of goods and sell at smallest

the trains will continue to run with Bathtubs Kitchen Sinks prices possible. Our stocks are equal. in sue of any store in the state with the exception of one city.
-?i little interruption. This time the men i ilQuOfitYl11ir
do not have the country by the throat, :
as on former occasions, and the na and MarbleUse

tional authorities will stand no nonsense

from them. And the railway SAPOLIO. Quickly removes I"
v.. companies have prepared for the -
the stains and makes everything look
event, and will have men to fill the
places of the strikers 1 if necessary j like new. See that the name
9 7 i

Old City's Prld. ,
The pride of Quebec Is Its citadel ENOCH MORCAN'S SONS CO. I

hill, from which there Is a view tbat :Ju Sol Afano/acfarers All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail Orders
lie tity In the world coo match. It tow. I New York U. S. A
i era almost sheer, hundred of feet

bore the St. Lnwreuc on cue side j jand I ip UseSAPOLIO An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced shopper---
t the city on the other, Kl\lng the
vision a wide unit sudden mane of I I ;"I Let her shop for you Just write

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til Dec. 25th. j church at Little Rock Sunday is dangerous. It is mercury, qulek. '
REMARKABLE Rev. Jojner, of Dukes, filled his silver. It crashes into sour bile like ,
NOTES FROM It. II. S. appointment here Sunday at the FreeWill dynamite, cramping and sickening ; '
& I I Baptist church. you Calomel I attacks the bones and '' I
Bits of Local Mrs. Bessie McGrudcr now has!! CHANGE IN THISMAN'S G. 11. Colson was in Gainesville on should never he put into the system. I

charge of the eighth grade. She is a I Monday If you feel bilious headachy, con.stiputod iv
11 teacher of thorough scholarship and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and children ofJuliette mid nil knocked out, just go i,
Information has taught in Bradford county fortwcnt.two FAMILY"I I are! here on a Unit with renthes. to your drucgist and pet: n bottle of
l Dodxon's Liver Tone for n few cents
T f years. Mr. and Mr; Henry Sowell} and \\hiih is a harmless vegetable
IL SI .' ..-+.y Omr TNefI. art ; substitute 9
P..irw. 'A. c.v.-.I T.ra.l Mrs. George A. Epperson, a w..Ilqualifit.d children, of Cooler Pond, spent! Sunday for dangerous calomel. Take a I
here at the' home of the
and experienced teacher, is pained 12 pounds my wife gained formrt'sparents spoonful and if it doesn't straighten: f
I for the present in charge of the fifth 20 pounds and my daughter in!! now Mr. and 1 Mrs.\ A. J. Sowell. you up bettor and quicker than nasty 1
._ _.. Group two of the U. Y. P. U. 4
carried calomel and without I .
-- --- - - making sick
grade until a permanent teacher can gaining day by day taking TaJ1l ie. you
Fulghrum seed oats at liryan's. which convened in that city Monday be secured.On I ICs the biggest surprise!! of our lives out the program last. Sunday you just po back and get your 111(111Icy. ,
tiipht. contest for this
quarter .
and all our friends and neighbors are ,
Miss Loca Sweat has been In Gainesville Mrs C F. Sayles, of Miami, is visiting !!- account of the illness of Mrs.T. talking about it. Thin medicine ban will be up Sunday night a"tllIlI members Don't take calomel! It cannot be /1 ,

I at the home of W. O. Tyson. I her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. L. J. Alderman, Mrs. G. Baker, a made a wonderful change in everyone are urged to bo present trusted any more than u leopard or e
Peek. Dr. and Mrs. Sayles have just highly educated teacher from Paris, of us. Before I trot Tanlao, I J. F.. demons "I't'ntorlliny:\ at the a wild cat. Take Dodson's) Liver Tone

Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake returned from an extended trip to is acting as second assistant in the could hardly drag one foot> after the county seat. ''which sttaiehtcns you right up and I

I Butler had business in Starke Mon- California and Hawaii. high school, as well as teaching the other I had indication perfectly past Dr.three J.. O. Collar weeks, here who hag doing spent dental the makes you feel tine. No salts necessary. 4 r, y t

I da)'. class in French. awful. In fart we were nil regular Give it to the children becauseit
Mr.' and Mrs. Ralph E, Rhodes, of d'I
Prof. A. B. Shaw of Brooker was Tallahassee, motored here Sunday to The school has TWO enthusiastic now at our houoe. It ought to be in invited to Attend the Mnli'lIltAdv.. 07. '

here Saturday attending the Bradford visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. basket ball. clubs. Those playing on every home. It's the world's preat- meeting nt Dedan Friday, :Saturday union -- - r
I Teachers Association Alvarez Mr. Rhodes returned home eat family medicine." ,
County the. girls team are: Captain, Margaret anti Sunday.
but Mrs. Rhodes remainedto The above statement "vas mode by
Monday Long; manager Nellie Stearns;
Air and Mis. G. II. Colson and son,
of :Miami has spend the week and treasurer Viviretto George L. Tessy, a well-known and
Mrs. Maria Lewis secretary Reside, spent Sunday afternoon at b
| been visiting her sister, !.Ird, R. R.I Floyd; Clara Mae Shepard Blanche highly respected machinist living,: at LaCrosse. fENT-A-WORD'

I Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelley, of: Alderman, Cortez Andreu, Jessie!! Mae 83 Downing Street Buffalo, N. Y. A. U. Surrency spent part of ln"
Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner'sDrug
Birmingham, Ala., were here last Buisden, Margaret Godwin Mildred week in Adel, Ga", guest. uf his brother
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Baisden of week visiting his sister Mrs. Anna Gill, Louise Fernandez Nellie Mott : Store, and by leading druggists J. A. Currency.Ancil ,

| Jacksonville, spent Sunday with his Murrhee. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley made Irma Stilley, Fanny Darby, Free eVt-r'whert'-Adv Shaw and son, John, of Ire !I I t

I mother Mrs. M. A. Baisden. life trip by automobile. Wynn. Crosse, were business visitors heieMonday.

I town looking ufter business affairs I I'FOIl SALE--One fine Jersey row. Abargain

Mrs. G. C. Sweat was in Waldo last Rev and Mrs. H. II. Black Mrs. J. The girls basket ban club had n 'last week. r We art' glad) to report little V.'. T. I II if taken nt o"''t', Mrs. B. t. '

[week visiting Mrs. J. J. Smith and I T. Moore and Miss Emma Andrews, candy sale at the Gaiety Theatre Fri- Louis! Thomas of Cooter Pond wax j Weeks much improved ut this wnt- I! B. Sanders; !Sampson'; City Fla. !
Mn. R. II. Newmans. teachers in the Lawtey school, were' day evening for the benefit of the in town Thursday I I in r. ,I 10-14-41
here Saturday attending the Teachers club, and the sum of $12.22 was real' Mr. Anderson of St. Marys\ wns Mrs" Tierey Roberts. Is on the sick 1It
Mrs Arthur Murrhee, of Charleston Association I ized. here Friday. I list this week. f

S. C., is here visiting her moth- II I I Mr Bryan of New River, wall here (. Mrs. Mcllavid. of Cooter fund, spent FOUND-On Sturke; and Melroso

[er-in-law, Mrs. Anna Murrhee. J. E. Corpening, of Marion S. C., The boys' basket ball club has as Friday. a few days of lad week here with her road case containing spectacles.\
Is now at Turner's Drug Store. Mr. captain, Roderick Crosby; manager, Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse!! was in' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Heville.Dave Can be had at this office by )proving

Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick has returned Corpening is a registered and skilled Earl Roberts; assistantmanager, town Thursday. '', Shaw, of LaCrosse, was in ownership and paying for adver +
[ from Savannah where she visited pharmacist and will fill doctor's prescriptions I'rof. B. B. Lane. The following boysare It. H. Green and son, lee, spent' town Monday.CAI.OMFI tisement. 10-21-tf. t
I her daughter Mrs. C. W. Denny.See at that popular drug store making a good showing in the. part of last week in 1'erry. j
practice games: Paul Canova Earl Fred llazen and little Artford> Brown TSKRS TAKE

Bryan about your salt. He Stove and sewing machine repairing Roberts, Aubrey Brinson!! Rae Brin- were in LaCrosse Thursday IIfh'rI AN AWFUL lUSh: FOi SALK-At n bargain, the best i

[ has a good price on it. also distributor of stove oil, son, Tom Morris Julian Canovn, Tom noon. i I I farm in the Wateroak section four
which is guaranteed to keep stoves Limbaugh, Abner Gordon, Tom Turner Some tourists enroute to south leery Neat 1 Hone of Treacherous Drug I I miles from Starke, contains 100acres

Miss Kate Struth has returned from rusting, on sale at J. C. Man- Lacy Rigdon, Russell Mcliac. Florida. passed through here last'week May Start Terrible I"nlj"lItion thirty-five in cultivation,
I from a visit of several weeks with ning's store, Starke, and at J. C. .
Mrs. of Cooler Pond is stumped and under good wire fence.Good 1 K
j relatives in Tampa and Plant City. Cone's Lawtey. D. W. Manning. It* The IIl'hoolls fortunate to have Mrs Connelly, The next done of f-alomel you tnkt- !
visiting her sister, Mrs. Tierey Roberts I new building and good water.A. .
J. F. Canova as music teacher. Her may salivate youIt may shock your
Cabbage\ plants for sale at Kick- The work to put G. M. Sistrunk's assistance!! as pianist at the morning I IFunk' liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel II. Greene, Starke, Flu. 10-21-tf:! KI

| liter's. 10-21-tf. residence, opposite the power plant, exercises adds much to the interestof end I/orer-p Itazen spent e}.
f aturJay; in Alnctiua.Mr. .
in shape again after the recent fire, the
program. : lIld! ;Mrs. 10:. J. Ward and Mr. .
E. W. Hayes! has had his cottage on is almost complete. The scarcity of nnd Mrs.! I.V.. Pinhulster!! were in ... :. _ff,i' ;1:' gS; :ic Xb.tom. e. nstat"! :'s'Ce r -t L '
| West Madison street recovered and carpenters and painters has compelled The pupils are enthusiastic! over Worthington Friday. I I
otherwise repaired. members of the family to do most their school song which was!! composed -
I G. B. Colson was u visitor to. liland HEN YOU order
of.the work themselves.Mrs. by Mr. Lane, and is as follows:
Friday[ afternoon
Big shipment of Tanlac Just re- All hail B. 1 H. S. I). J. Byrd, of Graham was here UJ clothes tailored to ,
J. L. Peek was called to West
ccivcd. Turner's Drug Store by
j Of schools!! thou art the beat, Saturday your measure
Palm Beach Monday night by a telegram -
[ agents announcing the critical illness And we are one and all wholly thine; Mrs. Lewis who has been visiting Hose &. Company, you ,,
We'll sing to thy glory her daughter Mrs. G. W. llarcu for>
of her mother. A received what
telegram [ get exactly you
Miss Zoie Bailey has resigned her Fame it in song and story the past few weeks, returned to her \ i r
position in the B. II. S., and left Sat- by Mr. I't.k'ednesdIlY announced a I, And garlands of sweet music for thee hume at Miami Friday.M. . want, not what someone !
in the conditionof
urday for her home in South Caro slight the improvement patient. twine. P. Mathetiy spent Saturday'; afternoon I else thinks you -

lina. s attending to busineH over' in should have. 1t1;
Chorus Gainesville.;
Dr. Othma L. I lay ties has purchasedthe Messrs.!! Harold Wall and, Chas. : J. E. ClemoriH was!! attending to bus- will /'
Ili-asley drove from Ocala Tuesday Shout! sing! Let it ring! l Rose tailoring give \\
J. E. Futch residence
property, '"ii-HB in Jacksonville and Sat-
and moved his into their night and were on the road duringthe Shoot dear old Bradford o'er and o't'r.I".t Friday satisfaction-your idea 11
family new
vrilujv L
home heavy wind storm that prevailedat the welkin above herRing of it. If it fails to meet t II1 \I 1
Tuesday. I thuttime.. They came through out how we love her Ona nUn Ward, of Gainesville; ; fi '
And sound the swelling chorus ever Slant the week-end here.K your ideas, no money '
without accident, but do not care tort'
Col.! A. Z. Adkins and and
family more. :,'lnn Baxter of I,nCr<>MHe, anent hands. '
I the again need change ItI
experience soon
Miss Demnree motored 1 'I
Evelyn to
t the week-end here at the. home of her h t tr

Gainesville for week-end visit with !Mrs. J. K. Davis left Saturday evening With Gainesville Duvul, Brents, Mr. nml Mrs. J. 1). Baxter Complete satisfaction has I'I' //p

relatives. for Pensacoln to visit her nephew Answering thy call D. W. has purthnsed u nowfar. wJ ever been the Rose &. Company I

Louis Hoffman, who is in the IVnsn- Thy sturdy athletes play a winning I idea of service. Each
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Fields and lit. rof., A. B. Shaw spent the week-
cola hospital on account of railroadaccident. game. and sale transactionis
I tie son, Charles of Lawton, Michigan u On court floor or diamondA "Mid l in Gainesville. r every I I
Mr. HolTmun's friends I with the
j are here visiting her parents, Mr. and glad to know that he is now more lire bud word can't rhyme nn II. I' Gniriey spent Monday in the completed and distinct under positive Ill r 1i

I Mrs. Robert Powell. comfortable and is ahltto write The gold land purple triumph all I the county seat on buHiness. i '
cheerful letters to his relatives.Col. same. Mr. and l Mrs. 10.: "'. Hayes, of standing that Rose tailored <
Mrs. Cora Sunders and Miss Cora Staike, were visitors here Saturday clothes will satisfy com ,I' I{ "
Emiline Lea, of Jacksonville, were a f lei' : I./' fi
The best. that do noon. pletely. /1
!. J. E. Futch of DeLancl, IIIItntthe you can I /
I weok-cnd guests of the Missus Bais-. "Sheriff Rperson and 8 '
Our worthy comrades Deputy Hals- / I
week-end here with relatives, and you Therefore order your Rose /
den. while here closed his business af- Must offer unto Bradford day by day; den, of Sturke, were business visitors suit
up & Company tailored
here Sunday ft'l.n..n.H 111'I I
fairs. Sunday evening Col. and Mrs.. Then all work togetherIn If r
Syrup'; labels will be needed. A. Weeks berewhereeveryadvantaee I
soon Futch left for their new home in De- clear and cloudy weather, spent last Monday In I
| Got; them printed in time at this of- Land where he is a teacher of law in As cheerful in )December us in May. Stnrke.;; of late style wholesome service in
[dee. Stetson!! University Claude Crosby) spent Sunday nfterno. cloth, surprising low prices and time-eaving!:
IIKOOKKU: ..n with friends lit Cooler. i'ond. ordering and delivery will be placed at your disposal.

Mrs. T. J. Alderman is spending Mrs. A. W. Judson, who has been 1) W. Maxell and I... R. Guiney and!

j several weeks in Jacksonville. Her living in Jacksonville for the past Brooker, Oct. 28.-M. P. Matheny families attended church nt Little
Rock Come in and today. :
|friends here are clad to know that year but whose home is in Michigan, spent Wednesday attending to business Sunday. see me
[her health is greatly improved. arrived Wednesday to visit Mr. and In Starkc. Messrs. Percy and Herman Moody, .

!Mrs.! F. A. Scott.'; At one time Mrs. Messrs. L. K. Gniney, I,. A. Brown of LaCrosse, were visitors hrtRun-
Tanlac, that wonderful medicine Judson lived in Starke and her friends and Claude Crosby spent Wednesday day. NAT STERNBERG
[ sold in Starke by Turner's Drug here are glad to meet' her again. in Starke on business Dr. Tribble) of l.nCrllllstmnIe n
f Store. E. L. Crosby, of Jacksonville spent call here Sunday afternoon.

Just received a large shipment of a few days of last week here on busi Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen attended STARKE, FLORIDA.

Mrs. E. T. Campbell, who has spent the wonderful remedy, Tnnlac. This ness. ---
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f the past five months with her parents is the great medicine you have been Hogan Smith, of Sampson, and Geo. -- --- -- !f

Jin Tacoma Wash., is expected to re- hearing so much about. The remedy Andreu, of Starke spent Tuesday and
|turn home today. that's made such a wonderful reputation Wednesday here attending to business
and which has accomplished such affairs!! ''t't3rd

See Bryan about your seed Irish remarkable results all over the United D. F. Connelly Cooter Pond, was Bang! They're Off!

j potatoes. You can contract them now States'; and Canada. Get your bottle a visitor here Tuesday
[ at a low price. now at Turner's Drug Store. Lewis Shriver was a visitor!! to Lake
Duller Wednesday '

Mrs. J. S. Johnson and little son, Mr. Clifford Marks Chancey end I1. C. demons 41f Alachua, was a Annual Prize Bass ContestOPENS I.
[ Sid, Jr., of Plant City, spent several Miss Edwina !McBeath were marriedon visitor here Wednesday
(days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. the 16th inst in Gainesville Both Roadmaster S. A. Bryan, of Starke,
[ Wm. Struth.'; of the contracting parties are well was in town Wednesday. NOVEMBER 1st, 1921. Prizes to be announced later. J;:

known here having at one time made G. B. Colson spent Wednesday attending .

Miss Hilda Struth was among the their home in Starke. The Telegraph to business!! in Gainesville.

out-of-town guests at the Carpenter- extends! congratulations.All : Fred Hazen returned home from <.
SHovey wedding in Jacksonville last Atlanta last week.

[Tuesday.Mr money received from the sale Mr. and Mrs. Jno Surrency and son
the Graham, were here Wednes
of Christmas! Seals is used tiy )
and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Moore State Health Association in their day. 1. Contest open November let, 1921 and close midnight March 31st, 1922. : :

(Haven announce the birth of a son, fight against tuberculosis The Seal Hall T. C. Hazen, S. V. Andreu and Dave 2. All bass entered must be caught with rod, reel 1 and artificial bait. 'I
of last "
[October 22nd. The young professor's Sale in Florida got under headway part week at Wan*
|name is Godfrey Marston Hayes. about 1915. Since then the tuberculosis nee fishing. 3. All entries must be brought into our store to be weighed and measured lr

death rate has decreased from Mrs. Harris, of Sampson, was in 4. Bass may be caught in any county, but must be brought in personally not shipped .J t11

Hev. I.. W. Kickliter left Sunday 153 per' hundred thousand of the population town Mesdames Tuesday. 5. Affidavits for weight of bass not brought in will not be accepted. s"Z
'if"noon for Chattanooga, as a delegate to 105. Christmas!! Seals will I' M. Barefoot, R. T. I
to the Confederate reunion be on sale from Thanksgiving clay un"roP3fIR1RI1QOfDfrnt"JOg"JUft1Di3tHM Osteen and T. Roberts spent Thursday 6. The let PRIZE will be for the largest black bass" caught during the season. :;U

-. with relatives at Pine Hill. 7. The 2nd PRIZE will be for the MOST large bass caught during the season, and :
" fbc Quinine .jrt Dot ,hot" Affect TMet..:j "< !" .)tT11A rtrW Miss!! Elma Shaw who has been will be judged follows ill
as :
visiting Winter
saw of Its took and I ,M'W! rffwt.XA- Haven for the past .
't'r-.. UWMO n- vahraltceuem4 OU1NIVE. (labeul nMVWNIYeanrrnnua con b.. eaten; I W Josef MureshanI I month Messrs., returned home last week. On the Island 15th of each month a record! will be I kept of the largest has r '
,.fad. L: W'CKoVK S .unmuieon b.ijlk' I II foot were visitors( Baxter to Lake P. Butler M. Bare on brought in during that period. A credit will be given to the winner of each sub- f

I : Thursday.!! contest. The fisherman who wins the most sub-contest credits will be the win.

"rrt.AI Deafness Cannot Be Cured : Cabinet Maker The Free Will Baptist church jR nerof the SECOND PRIZE in the finals. ,

f local aN":; ''i .i-i": nn they cannot ing: painted, E. B. Andreu, Sr., 'bo-I t
'": the t1. the ear. .I 8. Entries be made time of the after the
\ ''I K i I'" r of M the contractor. With all the may any day or night. If you come in store ,

n I i4 ;: rrhal; .. tniolit.Deutmutf HAL.L': CATAIIIUIU1CINK convttiuti. I II I IJ |S Leave orders for work at improvements that have been closes, we will be glad to come down and weigh your fish. y'. .

I rrhul r>eafneii Im a .constitutional!Is caused by remedy an In* this<" will add to the looks of our town. 9. Special prizes will be offered for the largest/ has caught with a South Bend Buck. .t
,t nl'1 rendition vt lining of F r.itchfitld of Clayno, in
mucous wan
tie| I
.\' '"l: mtachlan Tub W< rn thin tube !0I I CONSUMERS LUMBER Ii tail Spinner, and also for the largest bass caught on a Vampire
lamed you have a run bin* Bound or -i Minnow.'t"
I J rfo t n.. ,g. and tcen: it In .'nitree COMPANY No Worm In a nealthy Child ,
><. ,-, o All children troubled ----
llnflo'm. < with Worm have to
Iona cot reducedvylour an onhealiaroiilur.wbkh ;
b Si: Indkawe ,
.trlns a"IU"t.:: .. dr-trovwl; forever. i I''mtoo1mm 1l'mmmRDf00lmf1CJI! Jt ode, them I. more ....1... Mumach dliturbanoe ass '
TO 'ugh the blood on tin miirou Burl' -
""0 of the system thus' itduclnar the InKiitntttlon Colds Cause Urlp aim Influenza early fur twoor Ib.... week will the .Muud.. :
,, and restoring normal condl- ,LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tiblett tmme u 1m prove tbe ""itlnn.andactai. .ii>iiuinlSintntbrnlng lTh matt complet line of f King tackle, in Florid /*
n. . Tonic>the whole"y lrm. Nature will him
r irruaa; fl'ett. All ppurrl' ..t*. I :._"n. There It co"l"| oner' Oulolrrt : throw oil or dla..1. the worm..sod tneCAl/d; win 4 1
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i 41 MORE ABOUT THEM -' 'I r! the tinuation I. C. C.of representatives the present hearing at a con-at i 850 j| DISASTER DEATH I RED GROSS WORKING-

I I New York Nov 10. James E. Cal

!! ,< retries I kins Railway, counsel Commission representing and the growers Florida TOLL FOR ONE YEAR FOR HEALTHIER U 5

STRAWBERRY CASEs Y c ie , said yesterday that this hearing: ,

r :i' : I I would be by far the most important

-- .. r '. I I direct in the growers testimony case into, as the it would records bring on i |Red Cross Gives $1,871,000 Re- I Thousands Aided by Instrj : ,-

give btlow tK '" tti ', .f , runj.: in M 'L.! :, a urth ..f th.. rQ; i the condition of the Florida fruit arriving '! lief When 65,000 Families I in Care of the Sick, Food S

I' )' ht,i' .r,: t T.,- o; I. thi number <.t .trawl!" rut"* th.,:. rai",d! ' I { at New: York in the refrigerator I Are Made Homeless.

: f'l f'l'e part of which war jrivir l 1.; U.. t,cfi ," tit, :.rd! tli.. t tf'n time- '"m'-. I freight cars. I lection and First Aid.

>b last week the IK rta.'t n..x und-r cultivation I

I.s details in the growing, picking, could In used to produce I'trawherrl"o i W't' : LAWTEYLawtey. Forty-three dJ.'a>ters resulting In !
.1"; Jacking and marketing of straw-ber- ,f I L"'r transportation service was j' I the death In the L'uiteilpersona States of 6M How the American RH< Cros- *
_. ; Tin were brought out in the tcstl- secured. Curing the tint part of the \,..;:, I ii, I and the injury of :2fi; <.'J oiled j I 'thousands of persons to 1 I....M ,
i mon). The average cost of prodac- I southern section's season he said I j \. 'i 1j Oct. 2S.-W. F. Godwin fur emergency: relief erasures and I shown In a summary of the < .

lion in the Starke section was given from the first of January until :March .I j )} /III1g\ I II I was a visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. I r the expenditure of' by the I! i activities In the health Held\ 1 1tlJoon

as ten to twelve ('ent.Tuhlng or J' 31 lit. the freight refrigerator car ?,. j. Pi and Mrs J. W Barber and chil- I American Ketl Cross during,; the fiscal the annual report for ll .- ,m ,_

,,1IK 4 fire-cooling of the fruit was not practiced carry the crop better than in the latter I I 'I ne .. dren were visitors to Mocclenny Tues year ending June *<, ltd. says an cal year Through Its Nursing SLIts .

4 l in the northern Kertion, witness- I! part of the season due to the cool j, 11.U'cc h15t;' 'ablc:: I day.Dr. announcement based upun, the forthcoming Home H}It It'll" and Cure ,:
t'. said because it i i. considered injurious I weather in the Northern states. Buring I' J. H. Carrodino, who ree.ertlyhought annual report| of. the Iced! ('rom Sick courses, nntritUm cluxnt
Ii to the berry. Fruit at Starke the latter part of the 5t'aAon. the 0"... ,,.....t.:1,1'I''rINlA: ; I II l :Mr. Catherine Tea re's small t j I Tllt'lltlhw!! trra cauM-d property dam classes Life-Saving classes i iAir '
it cold to Northern buyers f. o. b. at I freight; cars seldom refrigerate properly I I farm in East Lawtey, moved l here a ace estimated at .TCU".1"'h Itft'tt'dj ]
I On? "InxIi m.HURLEY: few with his from Health Centers and In numer .-
days family rendered
Starke while Lawtey fruit in sold and cause losses to the growers I ago j I sixty-set comiiiunitle mid
I i i Vazoo City, Miss.' fZ>,ni> families h.mlless.The nays designed to acquaint m through commission men, being consigned j shipping the fruit by this means. The One for ZT: :;:Tia.TWJCISH | I
i T. J. Terry wa a business visitor "( lIr'" disasters were of varyJug citizens with proper method (>f '
by the growers. the examination :!' of Attorney, :Messrs. Griffith I depended upon however, during the I The finest tobaccos perfectly I ito Tampa Monday. i I t) ."'''. Including: sanest which pre the Red Cross carried Its me. .. .

and Terry admitted they represented month of March, he testified is that I'' i I J. W. Andrews, of Starke was a I vlously' had never been thought ofj" health Into all parts of the coon .
i commission houses besides the I of the pony express and this service aged and blendedi2OE3ri' ;,Ibueineu visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.: 1 falling within that rlnKtll: -ntion. The work of the Red frvka -

prowers, but denied theme houses were i is too expensive to compete with the I I .. 1 R. J. Thomas was transacting bus. j I The lied Cross furnUhvtl. lhe'ar In its traditional fiel! >.'
advocating the use of express' refrigerator flowering of price in the Northern I j mess in Jacksonville the first of last relief In seventeen fire of magnitude, lag, fiirnlNliliii tl... 111111'", .. .11. '
the markets I : : week. 1 I five floods\ seven! tornadoes or cyclones establishments of the nation a .
cars among growers orWf're upon the arrival of the
responsible for the present agitation. Louisiana crop in express refrigerat- I I Mr. Russell, of Waldo, was here thet I[ ] one devastating: norm. three 877 nurse. Is well Known Arl''
fd cars. I I first part of the week to relieve Chas. ('s)>lollloll" Including the one In Wall are today S7.7S7 nurses, reg.-ii" .
+ a)L.z.:::.:.. f:(,. .e Dinkins at the depot Mr. Dinkins being I| street ; one building accident two the American\ lire Crr''>s oral'\ -
r i Prices \ ary "During the last five years thestrawberry I called to Tampa on tiusMess. I i typhoid epidemics, the roost M-rlous I.e-. to call In ..m.>rfc'(.nfj-. lIu" "

}} Price received by the Lawtejr industry at" Galloway hasbeen *' 1IIFttTHAVE!I T. J. Terry was transacting bus-! I j j lug that at Salem, Ohio, which atfected !I cal year, 1,5T Red: l ('r.,.., nd.t -

growers at New York were $9 for a at a utandctill 1 Ir. Gardner I ness in Starke Friday.J. D ir cent (>f the population : accepted for slimnient to ( .
I thirty-two quart crate in 1921, 13.90(|j said. "The refrureratoV'freight car H. :Moore was attending to business I one smallpox epidemic. In the republic : tent service. s"S lij the Ar. \

in 1920 and $8 in 1919. Mr. Griffith, | service has never been satisfactory to I straw berries, and a few ventilated in Jacksonville first of the w.ek.. of HaIti! : one train "r..k. tIe race riot I" 1'11and 1.1CT1 I b.v the Tnltel} -
testified. He attributed the 1920 prices .1 I the growers. With the express reI -- |t ears express cars but the majority 1 Mrs J. n. Rowe and children attended at Tul-a, Okla. ; the famine In 'hlim. I Public Health Service.
to the particularly bad transportation I rigerator car service the growers !' the association Mac- emergency reilef In famine ainonv the In addition to the nurse. ''',-
: ''of them handled strawberries. The Baptist at
'' service that year. In 1917, he would be enabled to reach the markets witness said that he knew the Illinois ;I <:I Inn)' last week. |I Indians of Alaska the graitMiopper by the Ked: Cross' for Governim, -
, i' said the growers lost heavily thru, 'oftener and more satisfactorily. Such Arthur of \plague in North Dakota and an earthquake Ice the lied cross Itwlf cacti| \
Pearce Starke I
I Central) the spentSunday
most efficiently ,
1 was
I l 1 + bad I a service would greatly encourage the operated In Italy. total of 1.34S public health .
k service and filed claims against road in the country and believed at the home of his parents northe -'
11F t the carriers. "Their failure to collect growers and would increase production. I Pueblo Most Serious Culled !State' and Europe 1' '
I the Florida road were also efficiently I Mr. and !Irll. G. T. Pearce. I I
o nthose 'claims" he "dm-, From March 10 until the end the greatest number was emplovi
< said operated t and added that if the Illi- Enoch Gnffis was a business visitor By far the most severe of the fllsI
gusted them to such an extent that of March, the close of the shipping soars In the United States during the the Vrlted States, 1,257. while 61 \\ ,'rs
4 i nois Central was in the same position to Tampa first part of the week. I
they did not to the of season he estimated that growers lose I In foreign service.Home << .
covered Red
go expense! i concerning the Louisiana growers as J Mrs. Catherine Teare having sold period by tile Cross re
k claims for their )losses; in K'20." approximately ten cents a quart by the Florida roads were in with the I )her farm moved into one of J. B. i J port was the Pueblo flood early In II glens and Care of liceclasses -
I He said that the not having the express car service j I : The rt'lIahllltatiolllrob.. giving thorough. nstru( II! '
prices received in demands( of the growers of this state, ] McCulley's cottages first of the week. June. 1C1. \ the the .
nf nick
1921 were abnormal Avoid Using FreightsGrowers i lem confronting the Red Cross In proper care In last?
i ;-I the Illinois Central itself could not ( :Misses Pearl Parmentcr and Sarah where the illness I\II not so serlrn,- ,.. '
at Dover do not the Louisiana the Griffis of Jacksonville Sunday Pueblo was one of the most difficult
use t give refrigerator ex- spent I'
| require professional nursing cuntoe
1 (From the refrigerator freight service I with their recent years. When the first news I j
Tampa Wednesday car un I press car service. parents near Lawtey. the tloeul year numbered r. l"statlxtlcal \
less they have The members of the R'oman's 1 of the horror acne flashed throughout
absolutely to Mr. Gallagher Lawtey
) J
The main the Seaboal"dIn
r i difficulty for picture of the Iced! I' IHoperatlons !-
the American Cross
the lied
hearing the said, experience having shown j Club gave a dinner last Saturdayat : In this Held
on request of the Flor. maintaining a refrigerator express follow
I them that these cars did not satisfactorily 1 I Mrs. :M. E. Edward's store. It i National Headquarters responded.l with
Ida Railway Commission and strawberry 'leer[| service would be from Jackson- was of JKWM for relief work New classes formed during
a grant .
t. growers for an express rftr\tf carry the fruit. He said his t i ,ville to Richmond rather than from well patronized and a nice sum wasi Governor Shoup of Colorado year . . . . . . . . . . '1,
r erator car service, being conducted |j corporation, owned the pony boxes i in I (the pickup points in the state to Jack- i realized.A. the long and successful expert appreciating : Classes completed during year .
w here before representatives of the In- j I I ,that section and that the grower I (sonville J1 Ir. Hix said. Two express A. Smith was transacting business I cute of the Ited trees In organizing New students enrolled . . . )IH'< ;..

I terstate Commerce Commission continued |! would continue to use them in periods cars a day could be handled by local j in Tampa first of the week. disaster relief work, placed the, Cal Students einnplptlne'; cours. "" i _
)yesterday with growers from I when prices were high even i if |trains now running from Tampa to Ossie Prevail of Jacksonville, was j tire responsibility for the admlnUtru 1 \\'hut the Red, ('1"...... oc,-. uc''J i

the.:, vicinity of lakeland corroborating I express, refrigerator car service wag Jacksonville he stated but the frog I\ here Sunday. I tlon uf relief In Its hand. In giving proper Instruct.i! "
i the testimony of growers from' I granted them. The pony boxes were 1 ble would be found in securing room, II Mrs. H. R. Sapp was a visitor to' i In response to unix-als' from I'res-! I Its Nutrition !Service Is lu<.lI"II. !

the north Florida strawberry sections I| pur'h/.d by his corporation he said l,, :for the cars on the already loadedtu7 Starke Tuesday. I i dent herding, Governor Slioiiji uiid 'the following table :
the i so that the growers could avoid sin Dr. J. H. Carrodine was a business 1 I I | New classes formed duringyear
day before as to the need of n | t ti capacity trains, running from thatpoint < other governors of western states am! |
I cheaper and faster i the freight refrigerator cars even to Richmond. visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. 'I . . .. . . . . . . . : I.
transportation ] j through local ch'.;.t" rs of the Hetll
'I service to profitably market their with the latter service cheaper as far The cost of refrigerator express I I J :M. L. Loadholtz and son, Gus of l Cross, and 1 other omnuunit orgunizalions Class's completed during year. ..
as transportation New . . . .
students enrolled
costs were concernd. Jacksonville spent Sunday at their '
crop. cars constructed to meet the present ;! publlc-Hitrltel| c-ltlrens brought
Mr. Coon of Kathleen, corroborated i home here. 'I Students completing course . _
Growers from the southern strawberry ]passenger train equipment standards :I' the total Contributed for I'uehlo's rev ,
section of the state agreed with many of the facts testified to of the Seaboard he estimated at $19- I Mrs D. J. Connor is spt'ndingtwo'1 j hflMIItntlon j to more than :KK'iOi: !:: ; ). In addition to ili. ithote. a .;.,
the testimony of Starke and! Lawtey by the other growers' representatives', i 000 each These would be of "tel'l'conlltructlon ]I weeks in Jacksonville with relativesand I The terrible havo wrought b>. the 22..1"1I" ('hllo1l'1'u.1'( given In-
growers that the present refrigerator Testifying as to the poor refrigeration with six wheel trucks. friends. i I flood waters I I. a matter of In the proper" 1I1".rtl..n! and i I'< '

freight car service is unsatisfactory, qualities of the freight refrlger- ]Express refrigerator cars similar to :Mrs. Francis Wiggins and son, of than :.!.3..0 blues, were affected thou off,."dMThrough .
in that it brines the fruit into the t afar car, the growers said that the those i now operated by the Illinois Jacksonville, visited relatives here on and 7,351: per-on. were left Imnielens ; Its Gilt Health Cei.t' -

I Is'ew York market often In a poor f cars could not be loaded to capacity i Central with six-wheel trucks, but Sunday. Estimate: of $; HMX' ( as an absolute Red Cruse reached (.m.-i..2) : per '
because the fruit would arrive at the I I Henry Burney was transacting business minimum for rehabilitation madeby these Health (Cente. 4.HI3; In'
condition due to the poor refrigeration with a super-structure of a box car ,' were .. ,.
s 1J qualities of the car and the time market! in a mouldy condition if they .type( could be built at a cost of about i'' in Jacksonville first of the week j! I Ked Cross, officials In charge of ti-! tllr's'I'r. given and 780 lieu \
hlblts held
in did. Growers at Lawtey packed 175': C. R. Sapp of Starke spent Sundayat i relief work.
transit. The pony refrigerator""crates $10,000 (each he said. His f figures on I In the United !State' last v '
j in a car, Starke growers pack ( of of the his home. Work In Wall Street .
service, an ice-cooled box that car -tthe' cost maintenance express Fast 432: :! persons wenp Klllfd and l '
rios eighty/ quarts of strawberries In i 1.,1 J 100 crates in a car. Galloway growers : | service included all those items, j Doyle Boyer went to JacksonvilleTuesday. The Wall street explotdon. wn. nota Injured In li.luttilnl ii'ildciprevent \,

an express car tho only other practi- j packed from 12.: to 130 crates- in (such as taxes interest and dcprrcia-I 1 r"lif.t'urk'r nf the lied this normouH w ,> >('
cal service available to the Florida | a car and Dover growers packed on tions i allowed under Interstate ( George Carter and family, of Wa- Crosxn"'ere on the siene tvventj mill Cro''" held n.KMl flr t t 1,1:1, !III
is r growers, was declared hy several IIn average 119 crates in a car. The merce Commission schedules. 'om-I t teroak are spending a few days in utes after the disaster I ocr xrred. The a total of lOlfXhi/ stuJenf-

witnesses to lie essential to the Industry :I| express refrigerator cars could safely sixty cars would have to lie I Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. race riot at Tulsa alsn was unique In ---._--
i; though it was too expensive and; I carry 350 crates in a car, it was testt! t by the road to inaugurate;! such a service I !Most-ley. I dbsnster relief annuls In that outside

l' could not move the entire crop I fi'd. twice as much as the freight car. ',' In Florida, he said. l William Hodges, of Sturke, wai a of a small emergency relief fund con RED CROSS RESCUED
M. F. Brown testifying for Starke! j This factor is being taken into consideration :i "The Seaboard Air Line railway visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I trlhuted hy the le!
i growers, said that -1,000 people haw i! I| ( by the complainants! intheir I I could not maintain an express refrigerator I Henry Redding, of Raiford visited t j relief measures outside! the city. consisted
1 I left llradford county since the 1910 'I I' argument,( that the growers ', car service without a considerable relatives in Lawtey Tuesday.Rev. I of the service: of social\ work 600,003 FO i1 DEATH
1 census, and attributed the decreasein could ship fruit cheaper in the express loss of money," !Mr. Hix said in E. D. Boyer filled his appointment I ers, nurses and a trained executive ,
population to the falling off in the I than In the. freight refrigeratortars. concluding his direct testimony "The I at the Inglis Baptist church last whose object was' to assist. loon! furces

b' strawberry industry in the pant few I j I I (officials of the road knew this and I Sunday.The I In directing their own efforts.In .
:years, due to the difficulties experi- I i Mr. Porterfield in his testimony forthe j: prepared the figures on cost of opera- entertainment given by the decided contrast. with the prevlous Spent $1.200.000 for Relief ot

,r, I need by tho growers in successfully Illinois Central, said that the 1m- inn, that I have submitted, on n wv I Woman's Missionary Society of I year. only one tornado assumed Famine Sufferers in China
i shipping their crop to the markets. proved service had been establishedin ('onller'atlba..iR.. During the l last .I Hampton at the Lawtey school j the proportions of a major disaster

} He said be had been a grower at Louisiana ten years ago, in a small I l few years my observation hUll bei-n j 1 torium Friday evening was aUdi'j! This occurred on April 15: In the, border Last: Year.
Starke for leers, but "until we get way, and that it had grown on therond 1 that the volume of business out of i 11 attended and enjoyed by all. sections. ...t Texas and Arkansas

r better transportation service I'll never to the present annual haulage!! of ;,I ]Florida under refrigeration has beenmaterially I Fred Connors returned: to his with the city of Texnrknmi ns the: To help ovri' .otne onilltlnii-, 1\ if
out another 1,150 (curs now being maintained by the increase. As far in Jacksonville :Monday after center The significant" feature of this
again set plant. The ,, on distress In the f tun I IIP tit-. \ii '
has been the Ills company at a considerable loss in the service is concerned I week at his home. disaster. relief wirkva( the fact that
county on decline for a as pony log a IIPend'l laces of Northern I I'hlna \, II.
number, 'money. If the rates for the servicewere : doubt if he I It covered Mf much rural. territory as ,
: of years, and unless relief i I it would abandoned by thee Owing to the extreme dry lions of piM'Mins were altectP'anpr"r"dent'd '
comes to the growers it will mean it- Increased a hundred per cent, h I(I i shippers for the express refrigerator which has caused the cane to stop to make necessary a large number of .I shortage of fixAinerlciiii ,
death a" a growing center." said the service would not then even i car service The express car service, I 11 growing, the farmers have commenc- relief worker lied, Cross during '
Kveii: with a four-day schedule for pay for itsc-lf. Under cross-cxamina- :,, :might be taken more advantage of led grinding their cane. The famine In China necessitatingrelief flscnl year spent more than $1 1 -
delivery! from Starke to the New York, tion hy Attorney Calkins he te'ltifledthut i during the latter part of the season, | Mrs John :Mann spent several days expenditures{ totalling more than SI."MI.IMMI< of whlcli, "litcc.ntr
market, Mr. Brown said he did not an actual increase in revenue to I but not during the first days of .hin- j I I(in Starke last week visiting relatives. 'l.OIMI.OfMI) by the American Km! Cross rrct>. ,by Nntlouul Hendiiiun" .
believe the refrigerator car service I(the company of one and a half c..nlsI '1 ping" The dead body of Dudley Reddishwas was by tar the most serious of theforeign the inaliiUr;, hy various::' u ,,- I'

would be satixfactory. If the ex proud 'I per quart, would place the service on 'I'I Three (']aim .Most Efficient" I found last Friday afternoon in a disasters. In which the Red'' ten.-ti-d In the welfurp of 'bli, ,
c Cross aid.Builds 1
refrigerator! car service was providedthe a paying basis. Mr, Pulp like !Mr. Porterfield forthe I little tenement: house on the farm of gave Through the wide relief oi"-
growers! he said it would treble Until the time when Louisiana shipments ', Illinois Central: and Mr. Hix forr !his brother :Marion, Reddish, about lip Itt Machinery thus made possible It Is estinm ,

1 strawberry production in the Stark :, increased to five carloads pe the Seaboard, maintained that thed five miles west of Lawtey. Buzzards i In connection with the ndmlnlstrai more tied C.IHNN),( fumlne ,
section in a few years, would enable! lay, the Illinois Central witness sai Richmond Fredericksburg and Potoe were seen circling in large numbers i I of disaster relief inenMirex, an Increasing won Mived ft oil, stnrvutlunTo .
the growers to reach Chicago and his company was able to handle tic mile railroad was the most efficiently over the house and resulted in an investigation effectiveness on tIe, part of tlic end that Hluilliu p l : <., -, ,

t Canadian markets!, securing better curs along with its regular passenger operated line in the country. His being made. The authorities the lied Cross to deal with emergencies ; lief itietisureK, h>' the .'"
prices, and would extend the shipping .1'j trains but after that time it was required 'road handles all A. C. L. and S. A. L. were notified and an inquest' was manifested: during the past IIlwR1I be possible the Itedusklnu < .

J Benson from ten days to two weeks', to operate special express fruit | curs going to Eastern points rromIkhmond I held, which found that the deceased I1 >'e8r. In 3"S Chapter* of the American ' continued I support{ b>' tie1

using up a good part of Starke's crop! i t i I trains. During the height of the ship. : to the Potomac yards. Pur- came to his death from heart trouble lied Cross there have been: formed. lean I'eople' by universal. reu" '
that is now left to rot on the ground. ping season the first two weeks of> | ing the last season he testified his. he having been subject to the attacks. special committees to survey' the resources nieiriliershlp at the Annual Ite! .

I !Mr.! Gardner, representing Gallo April, his road handled sixty cars a company transported 10" freight ice all his life. No one in the neighborhood of their rf''Iof'C'tlvecommuni- It.ill 'all. :N.-emler 11 to 24
,, way growers in the southern section day in three special express trains h rl"iJri'rlitor cars loaded with strawber- remembered seeing the deceased'since 1 i ties nail, to be prepared I In case of The method of relief: empl-..v
said said. He explained that it was disaster. In others of the 3.4OJ uctlveChapter's tics) American' lied C'rona In li-
the farmers in his vicinity\ are possi iries that it received from the two Saturday a week ago, but that
lie for his road to re-ice its i u network of conimunUatlon tlon In I'hlim purtlculai, ,'
expres I" Florida lines. He wus
no objectionV i i it was thought nothing! of as he was often .
refrigerator cars that were transported t- handlingadditional cars over the j gone several days at a time ViII has been formed through which Instantaneous live. for In uddltlon to saving Iinf '

} ASPIRINName with passenger! trains to Easternmarkets 1{. F. and P. rails, but stressed theo I, sting relatives. The deceased was 41years relief may tie dispatched' to tliuiisniids of lives It provided' '
enroute because of any part of tl.e I'nitml !'lar.l. with than IIIMI miles of
l'u' tw diffi'ulti11'er)' emphatically thatwould of age and was the son of JesBT more |I'rr
stops on the schedule of several hoursemh be encountered in attempting | Reddish, of Lawtey.C.KVNI That Its work In this field may 1 becontlinH'il roads that are surely needled :
Genuine made to meet other trains.These to find means to re-ice refrlrit j' .1 with ever greater effectiveness vent ii recurrence nf fll mine ,\
"Bayer" on express -
lay overs permit the cars to be cu orator cars. The service would re- the American lied lesser Is ppealing time the l:<>d Cross emplojetlChlt.fse '

out of the trains and again!! filled with i quire the construction of an ice sta I ) VXD PETIT JL'KY for wldesjirea'l renewal of workmen. pn.vlng then I
!ice, without tnenilierslili[ during Its Annual Roll for themselves find -
delay in the dependeu
regular passender lltmn, i>t Richmond he said, and thetime
fall, to he ctimrrtted" this
schedule. year food icing brought In from Mai''
Regular passengertrains r consumed by the re-icing wouldmater Following is given tne list of the II to :24. !
do nut I end ,'1.h't('.
ordinarily have these I j I it impossible for the cars to grand and petit jury for the fall term _
long '
stops at convenient points for,I maintain the present fast express of circuit court, to convene in Starke
Te.i.inghe! said and if the Illinois j! schedules from Richmond l to Potomacn I on :Monday, the 7th day of November LIFE SAVING CORPSENROLLMENT
Central had not been I j I
fortunate i yards.
at 10 o'clock a. m.: 10,000 ONE DOLLAR
lot ( ,having onto passenger train running :., Every refrigerator freight car over I II j Frnlick, C. P., Dicks Joe Ji., Bran- TH! ,
i I "n such a schedule it would not be his line made schedule time Mr. Culp .i rn, Wiley S. Jr., Sternberir: N., Yar- Gr'. .1 r CPI\ Cross Life Saving ANNUAL DUES IN
I I t practical to. transport refrigerator ex- I testified. With Seaboard and Atlantic i- borough, S. P., Futch P. B., Rainey, r'", '.. I il: r. "jrlmut the rtuintry conIMI AMERICAN RED CROP.-
:|I.rcas, cars along
Take Aspirin only as told In each package with passenger Coast Line officials maintainingthat I .1. II., Surrency, A. B.. Blair W. L., '''d l III II'f"III',1 during the lust flsculi ,
J' IIf genuine. Barer Tablet of Aspirin i I i I trains from Louisiana. their roads also kept the cars Moore D. :M., Dyal \\'. D., Colby, .. i- ii Hiiiiinnio. of the year's MAKES YOU APARTICIPANT i

]!At'l1J.OU will bo following the direction* I I I've No: Pony RefrigeratorsTestimony moving on schedule, the testimony for John F., Saxon J. R., Crosby, Rufuse (i-i:i' 'moms l II>' that Jed I ('''''"11 Servif '- IN
worked out by physimam '' of the Illinois Central I !' the carriers show that no delays' :M, Rosenberg Henrj', Caswell, J. C. ,lin\\'ii There. lire now, HKI 1 (',rpa
during. 21 years, and proved safe b1 million j. I I superintendent showed that no pony encountered to a material extent up to Yarnes. A. V., Thomas. O. ".., Norman \\jili u total membership of more then RELIEF WORK FOR

If you* Take sue the no chances Rarer Cross with lubntitutet.on" tablet, j 'iron friirerutors.. : were and used by the Louis the Potomac yards. Growers in tea- Jerry, Glisson Marion King, KI.IHHI' menders of which l.i7lt; unMulllcientH > THE HELPLESS THAT
i that
vent can take tliern) without fear for" 'Ked growers, the cars were t1fyhl"for- the complainants said on J, C. Jr., Haislop, William R., Thomas xkllloil In the work! to act GIRDLES THE GLOBE.
Cold*, Ilendaclia, Neuralgia Rheumatism I IKaru4ie "I\\" with 40 twenty-four quart the other hand that their shipment George W., McRae Harley M., as txitmlners: Among the out tain1iu9[
Toothache. Lumbago and for instead of the thirty-two quart have been reported to them as arrivng Dekle \\'. A., Jones, J. C., Green, .hl..III1.lIt" of tin Ited ('I"OM" In ttils ANSWER I
I'uin. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablet l"U.l.R. used in this state. The total I at the New York market one and! Adam Brown, Oliver, McCall Charley field during the last year was the <>r- THE; ANNUAL
coot few cents IVuggmU also sell\ largerjMukapon. ? of express: refrigerator cars I two days behind the schedule. C., :Moore Leonard Anderson G. gnnli'.iitloii at the United States Naval
Aspirin it the trado mark of "" ns transported by his com.I'1sny Testimony from commission Academy, Anniiiiolis, of what RED CROSS ROLL CALLNOVI'11RER I
menvho A., Kellev, J. H., Bryan W. M., Morn I I. \|i >rliaps -
Jtayrr of Manufacture f4.Ucylicacld.I'hl'r' .of Monooaeticaeidenter in one season included shipmentsof receive Jo'lflridl.trllwh(>1'I"Iea in "' ,J. J., Surrency, J. L., Phillips. the largest. life MivlUK (,01'1>. Uitlie : 11-24. 1921.IiW. .
other perishable products besides he Northern market: will h ri n'! I,. werld.In .
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-- -- - .- I the most compute set of Key to be Man Friday. Hall was a watchman' LET Tllli; ('(II ::0.1'1lEn.; : =-1' ,., r,1.1 ,.tiler I m." I n ""ratt' the-, -,-, .,, 7
lion ,
found an'wh'rp.'ben his room waslocated aboard the schooner Lilly. I!., win n I OM'K: : AMI: / I'jlm) \ mad
1 Ell )I'll uoi I .1| \ "p.oinpti'' L\urd| ,
) to
News of 'f-
Florida in Short the she
he moored niT
Paragraphs closet was found to was Tarpon Spring* HIIIONDKIt:; '| O \ EShllHlfl.I'tUI"'I" fed t to l Pi1l7.
Quickly there
" .rr.w'' 4.. r.yrrrwr-rro, w. ,, t locked whil'h.'h'n opened, disclosedto \ :| The night of Sept.) !'th' during Mtvm! : nack the flashed
I reply" from
r" \'II'mnll)' and varied articles. the schooner broke from her mooriti, s ; i.I
from screwdrivers! to Colt revolvers and was wrecked off Cape San llliis. !\ Record : l-.i, III'h "i 111 Mexico, ( \ \- man can stop I '
'Live State work
than live yearn the Amenr.u.\ | I whenever ho deices, but
JNew.- silver and ill.e. Hall's foot( was mashed during the | ,
have permitted! tbi>niNolvi.-H to l 10. brow whenever a man attempts by
I storm and after two days bin water, )
It4aV/ beaten" force to
U and provisions gave out. lie had on- and! bulldozed by the railroademploye prevent another man

J Told by Our Exchanges. The body of a man, supposed to ly his pot cat to comfort him in his' to an extent. that no furoign from working, he will bo shot on
I lie, C. Ilayden a member of the White 1W, who hud captured our land, wouldever the ",,,.t."
predicament. After 10 days when he :
,-_ =, .. Rats of New York was found in a have presumed to do. I 1)tastiv doctrine in thin? Iet it bo
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at Miami hotel. A bullet up I remembered that the I
room a Those man by
$70,000 will be spent by the commissioners carry heavier! trains. Hall wan attracted by the peculiarantics men constantly threatened force
wound in his forehead and revolver prevents another
of the city of West Palm of the cat. He found that the to Fhll'the nation into nubmiHMon. man fromworking '
the floor told the of the i III a murderer at 1II 1'
on story I In Will they heart lie Is
in cat had sighted vessel. lie appoart'd. before,
in u
Ik'iuh putting an up-to-date Circuit Judge Whitehurst who is managed rioter in
mail's suicide. Considerable mystery spirit and ho places him-
to attract!I attention and the Spineless I'onjrroHH! and unlit an iidminixtratUin
sanitary sewerage holding circuit court at Punta Gordu vessel self
surrounds the case. The suicide hadcarefully that Doomed beyond the pale' (.f all law, civil,
hove to. Later the schooner transferred willing toyiold
this week wag arrested Tuesday right of moral and divine. Thiit fuel
o'cr'el' piece needs
of bonds gone ) him, and the to the anything a uncial it-lie domain\ to
Miami's $800,000 voted for cat coastguard I'ht'
by Chief of Police Adams
on a chargeof clothing in bin possession and cut off and 1 buy i driven homo for the thought/ of
her waterfront improvements are declared using an auto spotlight inside. the all trademarks that might furnish a I /: cutter, Cossack which brought iioare at any prior, and thosovereiirmly t the railroad strikers end all others
"no good" by bond them into port at Key West. !Hall\ of a nation wan oowardlysurrendered
attorneys city limits and was put under a $:i clew in an Investigation No letters who by dynamiting, by brutal l assaults
in the
: bill.Whoiievvr ,
and it must all l>e done over apain. bond. States Attorney Lawlcr was placed in the marine hospital and and I. '
was or papers of kind to throw lighton ) murder would keep indepeii.dent .
It is said to be a "blunder" on the part in the car with Judge Whitehurst and any it is believed he will recover from hisprivations. it has miked tboM- men from,
his identification were about. I who men working. That duo-
i-onxtniitly betray" thin (
of the framers of the city charter.J the incident caused <,considerable eountry's trine announced and rurtU-cd .
honor 1IIIlllItt'g'I.ity in order to intake | today
cussion.! would noon settle tho railroad situii-
E. Woodard, for the past fle"eraln'arB I By a majority of 89 to {0 the election WIIKN 1101.V KOLLKItSKlt: some now demand or threaten" HOIIIO lion to the bloHKiiiK of the men thornsolves .
now strike Ihe nation has
: clerk of the Polk county school What will probably be a record sugar was carried at Pablo Beach granting to, submit continuedcowardly for there must he n very large
to their
board, was indicted by the county sale for the state of Florida will a franchise to Charles Shadd:: for the Whether writer in The ValparaisMessenger and ; dictates proportion of railroad employes who

grand jury at llurtow on a charge! of, be made Thursday, November S, at erection of a recreation pier costing : know all that ho said abort board compromise or permit sumo now lung for, the opportunity to bo free.
embezzling $14,000 county school 11 o'clock\ at Tampa, when Barton 11. ,0,000. Work will begin within a 'he creed of the Holy Rollers: we d.<1 or to continue surrendering from, the drastic, enslaving of

funds. Bond was fixed at 10000. Smith will sell to the highest hidd' few weeks with the view of having 'lot know, but what the article said I i.< / in Olll''a)' or another, the I ho unions, which would! make power tllI'm.
nation's ,
118 tons of fine granulated Ihe pier in readiness! for opening 'nterosting at any rate It follow : tilt 'n1l'1'1ln'p'u"I I If their plans were carried out, murderers -
The Jacksonville Ferry and Land sugar. It is understood that the early spring. The pier will be (jOOt.t "Mr. C,, N. Sn ml rlt'd'Nlt to !Moss\ have not 11 f ovory 1'l1i1tl1tl,1 woman who

Company, operating a ferry service the sugar is to be sold to satisfystorage long! extending from the boardwalk Head one day last week to attend n their completely spines lost are not their ufI backbone jelly fish. ; in ifi I I ,died for lack of food or fuel, and of t I

between Jacksonville! and the southside charges, having been shippedto out into the ocean. The iip- Holy Roller wedding It was just very man who died for luck nf employment -
character if tho of bin.
will be ; men ( tuition\ I II Iwlio
several wholesale iroach twenty-live feet wide like other wedding Mr. Sandfordsaid ; ,
is about ready to throw up the concerns there any would rise in and! nil the' sutrerinirs thus
sponge,: and cease business entirely who refused to receive it. with seats for the visitors and varous except it was different." )Before, a moment to repel.the entailed. pit !

according to a statement issued concessions along' the pier. A the ceremony that unites t till' hl'ld"III1,1 invasion lOC foreign focx lire still 1
by i is time for
will be erected the willing to tar this country from. a America, to welsh up. i iIt.III
of the Within the over wa- groom, there is another in \\ hkhth..I' t
the president corporation past ten days many head worse than foreign foe invasion, the President llardini take the load,
of Jersey milk cows have been addedto .cr. (' is II 'fontwiitihing, prayers nml time has cam! to answer the throat' of and do tho wink which this supremely'

Earl Moon, a young bookkeeper for the production end of the Ilernim- M"hhinl11I1,1 nn occasional", shout The the railroad employes, not I by compromise important' situation tb-muinN of him ?
do The Two daily express. trains are loadedit : bride sad groom, must fast for twenty i1I
the Tampa Gus Company, was foundd'lnA' Co-operative Dairy. dairy in ,
not by continued yielding tn
Panama City with all kinds of sea four hours or at least until breakfast
from, wound addition to delivering milk by i iTho
a pistol tit his wagon '
their threats but with one determined 1'11ST'I\:
I E:
foods which .
are" quickly transportedto th
next There
to local is morning. is nn
home Monday by his wife who rushed consumers now shipping
to that
250 gallons, day to St. Petersburg the various markets. Carloads of feasting, dancing and merry-making. say ,
into room after h'arinlthe pistol : per -
"Iaery who wants to woriun
discharge Moon is said to have purchased and Tampa and the tourist season rod snapper and grouper and Spanish) ":';nml' inighly good! people in Okaloosn I ruilrciiul; inn hlmll n widespread interest in the annual +

the pistol Saturday.The hasn't hardly begun to get under mackerel) arc being bundled and large! county are Holy Rollers" and a have that privilege If F'oridu' State Filii'11I,1/ Kxponi-: '
it takes the
entire armed! force of tho
way. schools of mullet are making their he[ sect have done much\ good. They lion which will stage its full show in ii>

appearance and. the "run" seems to own farms\ stores, turpentine, stills, country In I protect him. No longer\ Jacksonville, Nov 1U:! to ll, Is indical- if d

Hidden population jump upward of Bonifay Tuesday took afternoon a The circuit court jury awarded! M. h u> general all along the coast. !North saw-mills, and do business just like situ II Amotifii cowardly, mirroiulor to od in tho number of counties, which \t !

when the stork made his Cain of Palmetto1,000( damages! tiny oysters resembling} very closely other people) except they are differ a fop at liomcbon would courageously have reserved, space' in the agriculture,

at the home of Mr. and appearance Mrs. J.- against,: the Seaboard:: Air Line railway the celebrated "Blue Points" both as entthey; unery strict about \paying The light foes a at foo hum from" in abroad.tln form ofIIii. building fur t the I.diloillullIf, soil

L Davis and ]left for injuries received when IItrul.k to appearance\ and flavor, are now bong their debts.! When n person liecomes products.V. .
triplets two
boysand marketed and it is the I niilroml rnployrswloNee" threatoiling \ I n, '
girl each' bubo being driven by Cain was hit intentionof a 1101Rolh'r; he must renounce Flynn, director of exhibits,
one in
the neiirhborhodo of four weighing The at the crossing near Kllenton on Jan. the state fisheries department during the flesh and the d\'II-thllt is, he to htriko, are seeking lo nUirvu is back from a tour of the! stale, and 5i|
pounds. the moil, women' and children of hill .
the coming season for planting must I announces! that I twenty counties have t '
babies are almost exactly alike having 20, Jl20.! The case has consumed the quit drinking moonshine, ebe\-' t i!,
oysters to tcplont, some of the depleted and country, tu 1 rouse( the death of thuu- already boon signed and, ho ii
blue and lieht colored hllir. entire time of the circuit court for lag smoking tobacco swearing, / |prospects' Tl
eyes the J past two days. At the time young 1 beds in north and cast bays.Fhetifr't lying, denting! tattling, humping around Hiiinlx, aye nf millions if noccHNiiry, excellent for additional counties( com t ,' ,-

Cain was injured the who was of nights die neing-in fart t to accoinpliMi, I thoir I purpose, to shut lug in. There. will also bo, many com- '''
V. M. Bland, u farmer living four negro flU f t"I'\' in the t
every country and 1 to
with him on the tJ'u'k'uS killed.A po Hi"S( were making an effort make a general ('}('un-up. morally arid numbly exhibits at tho. fuir.Mvory .
miles west of Green COon the main lute Friday to round up six highwaymen mentally. stop every wheel, that t turns and irivoHemployment. l: secliun of tlio utiito, from

road to Long Brunch" \ ended his life small St. Augustine boy found a / who operated, on tho Dixie "In winter they meet in the homos I. Fur thoir own ncllinh IIlhltI".y Ksciiinhiu on the w"MI. to Dade on thosouth k f,

placing a rifle to his right temple three pound high: explosive shell in highway, just south of Hastings. of the members, i in t the summer in would cause t this great. nation to t will l bo represented.. 1 by either
and firing a .22 calibre long bullet Into I stand 1 ill
nt in nil of f its hiixinpHu nimllieiitionM :
some war souvenirs in his homo. Ho Throe hold-ut1t wore reported to the the Brown' or under} arbors covered agricultural\ I I or horticultural, exhibits
his brain. Death came instantly, authorities. J. II.'ilkl'lI. for with One beliefs mid in all of its ilomenlloactivities I the two major classes and 1 will
he but put it on the floor sat down by it agent( pine boughs.! of their compote
as gasped after his wife
once and began pounding it with a roller a Palatka furniture house, was held is that the soul of the poorest ; they would fiwr.o" every for the grand J in each di-
reached bim.Chairmun .
skate. It is said at the hospital that up twice, while en route to Palatka Cracker, Yellow Hammer, or Tar Heel hospital and every homo. they t would, l \isian i f ilf
from Hastings in a delivery! aulomnbilo is Christ xlnrvo, every inns, wiminn ii mid childin The counties which Imvo boon
lie will recover. His arm and, hand! us precious" to an the soul ofa sign-
]H. R. Ferran of the board till first time by two IIIC'IIh",, order Ibiit t their spirit, burn of Satanic I loader i
are badly lacerated and his face and (? big/: society or the head( tooter up) are ,
of county commissioners has given I search of"jJkl'lI' evil t d,> seek only their. own 'por-
arms burnrd. lie happened to bu sitting possessions IJroV.tIfl'uitlt'IIH. in a jazz !bond.' Any member cnn Mn'Itton'I'nylnr, Siiwiinnoo, (lolnmbiaAlachua
out the information thnt.kiwa and at a fortunate angle. Had Later four men blocked' the. bo II preacher( ) but must not accept\ Honr.1 wolfnro rotfardloHs( of .others Ihrail ford, Levy, Union.., Dunt ) -

bridge, which connects Seminole and he been standing over it he would undoubtedly fund, he said, and in an effort, to escape pay. All preachers" \ they say, shouldbe nuiy win out Even, : (icrmany; with \ NaHsau Clay, Put 1111111. St. Johns, s

LaKe counties and which has been under -,, been killed he drove hill ear Into the ditch like :St.:'; Paul, who made tents for all of its licll-bnni" spirit would not 1'"lm1"111\ h, I Undo I Kluglor and ..lelferDirector -
course of construction during the and! it overturned. These have threatened a more, dire calamity '
highwaymendid a living while preaching the gospel of .n
past six months will be completedthis I take if it bud lioon' able to conquer this I I
Dr. J. G. DuPuis, of Lemon City kindly the foiling( their the Crucified On. Mynn reports all sectionsof ( I
week and thrown open to thepub'l told the Florida' Dairy Association efforts! and argued lengthily, according Now you nee why some people country. I Florida enthusiastic over (till' state t
ic. members" at the convention in Miami, to Wilkes, as to whether they think t the Holy Roller a queer. bird., \Vo have bud threats( and threat' fair and, 1 says Ihe encouraging feature ,

that the dairy cattle population in should kill him. lie said he could your after! year, throats to stop every, IK the fuel that the ""l1l1th'lCllrtlwr Iv j
Citizens of Green Cove voted for abond I identify all six men.J. car and locomotive, threat to starve removed, from I'uval' '
Dade county has trebled in the few PROItK OF) KU KLUX KLAN are especiallyon
issue of $150,000) for the purpose the people of (the country into mihmixtiioTi .
their toes with I I view nf
years since the county was released iiv (CONGRESS<; : HAS BLOWN tip a carrying
of street paving, construction of from tick fever I 1' Crumley, of Grand Island, In ), told for live yen is the people ofT t the prizes.Hi +
sewers< and extension of the water andlight ) quarantine; that purebred Luke who hove cowardly( Kiibinitlorl', led, by i
cattle have increased\ ten fold / county, two years ago: The congressional" investigation of says Ihe JJI! :!l fair will offer the
plant. County road bonds
were cowardly politicians, republican and
That is stock law I propagated: a new variety of sweet 1I'I''lItl'"L collection nf mill
the products
a county and shows activit.ioH nf the Ku Klux Klan,
sold at 95 to the Bryson Live Stock democrats alike. ('resident Itnrdiiin,
Co. of Jacksonville what' can be dune when free range and potato known as New Gem had! the the Invisible, empire, nf the South, blowup ever assembled I under uno roof in tho s
which it .
is under- distinct pleasure of seeing the blue now bus one of the great opportunities -
attic ticks arc eliminated. in Washington, I D. C. After a ton history nf! Florida.
plans to immediately work on ribbon placed on his products at the which porcbiinco once in a century aV
minute behind closed doors
the road from Green Cove to West Chattanooga, Tenn., fair. The potatoes session conies to the loader' of a nattunsuch
Toed, where it will connect with the Little Jay Snipes, son of Mr. and ) securing first prize over a large- the house rules committee, which put as this If be will take a firm

road to I'alatku.Stimulation Mrs J. C. Snipes, of Lake Wales, meta number of entries were grown by ]Kxter William J. Simmons" the klan's "im xtuiid and l nimply say but( every mini 4t
horrible, death perial wizard through rigid (Investigation
Sunday afternoon : a
McKinney of Sheppard, Tenn., who wants to t woik on a railroad nlnill
of the Key West ci urIndust.y when' In- was so badly crushed at the who secured I u largo number of clips voted unanimously not to have that rliiht l and that no union 01'g'lIuhmti"u '-

has been! noticeable from figures electric, light plant that he died with from Mr. Crumley in April. The now call any more witnessed certainly urn of any kind thrall by riots 1886 e

of the month of September, when in an hour. With two or three playmates potatoes placed on\ the market by Mr.. at this time.Announl'c'lIwft. or strikes or" murder Intel fere with

all the factories of the city put out the little fl.llow'U8 playingon / Crumley\ were the results! of several of the committee'saction tlir right of free, men tn work, then

'5,073,329 cigars. The factories have a scafTord several feet high used 1 years' experimentation and are products wan made by Chairman Campbell the trains will run and business' will
to clean out the flues. It fell and while the chairman and the DAVIS
big forces and all are running full overand of seed gathered from the bloom, resume its normal, sway and the peo
time During the month the sale of l striking the boy across the (chest of sweet potato plants The new tuber members "refused later to make any pioC America will have retrainedthoir (

stamps total led\ $4f.,!>27.01.! crushed him so badly he bled, to death is unquestionably one of the most comment beyond. the bare statement Hovorriirnty.'e .need, to brciilheinlo
His face and l limbs witnesses .. It is that
swelled! 1 and i h<* productive'ever introduced, is large as fxpoctod I an this country a spirit FOIII'hlltakin

Rev. Dexter, a Baptist minister residing died in considerable pain. and symmetrical and will thrive and adverse report, will be submitted to to that of General; Ping.Vlion\

at Clermont was burned to yield abundantly in the dryest sea the house on a number of resolutions lio wax president ..Mexico! a strike INSURANCEu
There's a first class job in Ft. providing for an investigation.Still l
death Tuesday night when his home sons. took plnco nn the railroads> n ruin I lL1
caught fire It is thought the fire !Myers\ for a pied piper, or for anyone showing the effects of his Illness was stopped' at the town of Torroon, (

caught from the explosion of nn oil who can coax or drive away the rata Elias Hall, a negro seaman IsIf the "imperial' wizard's" voice cull the 1 passengers!!: gut out t to see ; 4

stove. The body was burned to a that are destroying grapefruit on the the opinion that his recent experiencesrival weakened, as ho silt all day answeringa what was the matter; boy( wore Informed STARKE
the house laved trees in every part of the city. The whirlwind of questions. As on previous -
crisp though was : those of Robinson Crusoe's Good thiit the strikers refused, to '
from the flames. It is thought Rev. rats climb the trees and gnaw into dayn, he entered a categorical .

Dexter was overcome and fell fightingthe ho fruits rating only the scoria. Hut denial of charges! of lawlessness' by Kj:

flames. he: fruit of course is ruined. The r ......2"""' the klan, cud reiterated that the totalnu'mhershlp .

rodents_ apparently are as agile an of the organization is 1

Grove robbers, whose activates are squirrels, and go from one tree to another slightly under, 100,000. ,$

said to cost the growers and shippersof defying traps or bands 1 of In rounding up what he terms the r' ,

Dado and other south Florida counties ,greasy: or sticky substances placed) Tired 1 good points of the organization, Simmons ...

thousand of dollars every season around the trees in the effort to stop I said that the military branch J
not vet foamed, not to I bo, ;,
were ,given: a jolt here recently he; forays.Dr. was moremilitaristic -'
*' I than the patrol' of (Ihe
that may put a dumper on their activities "I was weak and run-down

when L. J. Moody convicted of George A. Dame, of Jacksonville :! relates Mrs. Gala Burnett, ; Mthhril"'j" ; that members joining it

stealing five sacks of avocado pears a physician of the state! board Dalton, Ca. "I was thin and wore required to help enforce the' nillion's

from the grove of Charles Deeringnear of health in at Miami to conduct nn Just felt tired, all the time.I IUWK only as citizens, and that,
Investigation into the deaths of ('. when black sheep crept in, they wore
Miami, was sentenced by Judge co I didn't rest. well. I wasn't ,
No,fleet to serve a year and a day at E. Mason, his son, Mont Davis !\I"I\ kicked out, if found. The khan wa
the state prison farm at Raiford. and his daughter, Mrs. Ada Prince ever hungry. I knew by I. described by Simmons as a mondteaching THL.; UNIVERSAL CAR

all of Ft. Wayne, Ind., who died within I I this, I needed a tonic, and fraternity whose I purpose' Is
as there .U none better than- .
hours. The evangelical."Its
forty-cijrht father
Immokalec has a railroad. The passed ! ;i
Haincs City branch\ of the Atlantic away Saturday morning and the I services are dedicated to the" New Prices

Coast Line has been completed to that son and daughter died within an hour grout Lord nf lusts I ," the wizard explained )

remote village in southeastern Lee of each other Monday. The attending trying to raise his voice, ,

county and trains are operating over physicians' arid the city health of hoarse from long examination so that ; F. O. n. ,DETfOIT

the road. So far only freight trains flcer pronounced death due to dengue all in the big committee room might:
fever and ('ompI l'ationM. hear. "The Ku Klux Klan is not an
and construction trains!, with ancient Chassis $295
lay coaches attached on two or three ti-Jew, anti-Catholic or antinegroIt !
Mrs. W. A. Lytton of Wauchula is not anti-anything but wrong, and
days in the week have operated, Runabout $325
stated but the road is in shape to and Fred Townsend and wife of East The Women's Tonic conforms "to the highest" American
Palatka were arrested at Wauchulaon principles.
Touring $355
tiawvw's Tasteuiaa; :cant rams a charge of murdering T. J. Lee,

remores vitality aoc jQerfly by porlfytnf aDd ..1 of Wauchula Sept. 7, lOlfi. r . I began using Cardoi,1* Rome say the high cost of living is Truck Chassis $445

itching' the blood. You CUD woo feel tu 8cnnt ton was taken to Arcadia and placedin continues MM. Burnett."After not so high now, but we are mightysure

mina! lavltforctlan EfTref PHo. jail while Townsend and wife were it Is high time it was lower. $595
first bottle. I slept Coupe
placed in the Barlow jail. Sheriff BIT

A TONIC Poucher has been working on this better and ate b fitter I took I To Stop a Cough Quick Sedan $660
four bottles. row I'm well.
case for the past five weeks and believes -
Grove'. Tasteless chill Tonic restores enough new evidence has come I' fat just floe, < at and sleep lake IIA YES' HEALING HONEY a :

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and to light to justify the arrests and especially tar akin la clef and I bar cough medicine which stop the cough by I These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

Enriching the Blood. When you feel luatrengthenlnglnv after consulting with the attorney rained and Be feel that healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. the history of the Ford Motor Company
ltorating effect, see for the state.A Cardui la the beet tonic
ever for Chest Colds, Head Colds and ,
it brings color to the cheeks and howit mad" Croup Is rnclonml with every bottle of I Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

improves the appetite, you will then man giving: his name as O. W. Thousand of ether women t., HA YF.s' HEALING HUNEY. The salve promptly;:;; to insure early delivery.J. .

appreciate its true tonic value. Wilson was arrested Tuesday at have found CD dul Just e. should lie rubbed on the chest and throat I
Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Green Cove as a suspicious characterand I J. of children suffering from a Cold or Croup
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So taken to the courthouse where he l Mrs. Burnett did It should || The hfilint effort of Its,**' HrallnK tlmuty la- W. ANDREWS JR.
help you. 'A Ufa the three comMnnd with the heallutfeffnctoft.ruvti '
pleasant even children like It The blood was searched. There was very little Hen-Tram Italy ttirouilb the: purM o( I Dealer, STARKE
needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON to found upon his person except three At all dniEtf.tJ. tar ml in wxm itapi a couth.
Doth mntiNll era p.rh""d In oa"area sod tbCM .
t Enrich it. Destroy Malarial germs and 1 $20 bills behind the sweat band of !of th.cumblaed" tiailment U 3QaJunt -

Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating his hat. A fine Elgin watch and chain auk your druggist for.HAYES'

Effect idle.i ( were found on the man and one of ..-a12i HKAUNU MONLY. r.av .



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