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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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Few Cases and Despatch of Business The Woman's Club held their Novembcr The following Interesting clipping, Mrs.! Johnnie Johns died at her resi /.I.

Made Term Short meeting Wednesday afternoonat Citizens Should Show Their Interest from an El 1 Paso (Texas) paper of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Burg. dent' In the southern portion of town j .

the residence of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, And Enthusiasm by Turning Out October 18th, has been sent us. The little Bon, Leslie/ a beautiful putty Thursday night, November<< 3rd. Her )1

The fall term of circuit court convened on N. Walnut street. Hostesses, Mr*. many friends here of Mr. Poppoll will on Thursday afternoon, froin four tu death followed years of suffering! with ., 1,1

in Starke Monday, lion. A. V. Adkins, Mrs. G. "., Alderman and congratulate him six o'clock\ at their attractive home intestinal trouble, and two visits to f

Long, Judge, lion. A. S. Crews, state Mrs. O. J. Griffin. The election] for five bond trustee* on North Walnut tti-eet. Baltimore, where she wus under the L. 'J;
to the bond issue of The wedding of Miss Mary Hodirk'nson Leslie and his mother receded care of: noted'spt cialista failed] to 'f'I'{, +
atorney, W. J. Epperson, sheriff! and The rooms of the ]lower floor of this manage $560,000 solemnized the (
and J. W. Poppell was quests who feet ifs
authorized -ume to celebrate with I a cure.
election held October
by an on

W. Alderman, home thrown ensuite and
G. pretty were
: Tuesday evening at 8:30: o'clockat him on the happy occasion of Inn thin The deceased, who before her ,lIlIr,4
18th, will be held next Tuesday.The .
of court remarkablefor
This term was charmingly decorated with andbowls '
vases .
the Trinity Methodist hurch. Rev birthday anniversary. Each; guest ri l.jt|M was Miss Harriett Holland] 1,
board of trustees consists of: five .
its despatch of business. The fact of roses and thrysanthemums: I I' R. Knickerbocker officiated. brought a lovely present for this popular '- was horn in Indiana July 31, 18<';3. In :t
of the cases that otherwise A larpe'number of club members members, one from each county commissioners
that some were The church was artistically decorated little gentleman.Misses the early RO'. nhe came to Starke with :of
should have been tried here, were present and a silver offering was taken district, to be elected by I with a profusion of palms and Mary Cunovu and Flurenit Mr and) Mrs N. D. Hagaman. In 1883 i,

transferred to the newly created Union for the new club house fund, the qualified voters of the respective f,TIIS banking the altar. Misses/ Fle- Andrews assisted Mrs. Biggs in entertaining she was matched to !Mr. Johnnie Johns r.a:

county, was one reason. Thus which amounted to $10.50. districts. The candidates whose names the children with a number! Resides" her husband t-lu-. Is survived
Clara Pones Margaret
what was Bradford's loss waR Union's The president, Mrs. W. E. Middleton will appear on the ticket me as follows ta Mat Ferguson, of jolly frames and contests In the by four children'' Bert anti Joe Johns,

gain ((1)). Three negro burglars, who occupied the chair and Mrs. G. : Lacy, Willie. Ferguson, and Vcrrn contest of throwing a bull' through! a of !Starke. Frank Johns, of llaltimore, j;
Kergan, dressed In dainty frocks", Mtl. Sirs Jennie +
were captured October 25th! were M. Inman acted as secretary, anti District No. I, I..awtt'y-J. L. liar- circle, Prfullnp-Miner won the girl's Phillips, of Baltimore f
of changeable taffeta, made basque and Maud Julius of Jueksnnville.
tried and each sentenced to five yearsin among the business transacted was tell, W. E. Torotle. prize, a box of crayons, and Paul Ernest ". 'r,
effect, and with pointed overskirt ors Knight She leaves a brother in I Denver,
the p'ntit..ntiary-julltice swift the following\ : District No. Z, Starke, north-J. H. secured the harp, I the (
; Colorado sister l lmil'
ramented with ruffled meclallionsurt- boy's prize. Miss Amelia Ray told om in Salt Luke City, '.4
and sure. It was decided that the executive: Bitch In New York and in Califor tk
cil as Ufhers. They won corsage bouquets the little people. a number of stories, one .
From items in the Jacksonville papers -, board should offer for sale the lumber District No. 3, Star]((.', outh-I'. ;. S. to which 1 ,
of La France rotwti. they all Uetened with rapt nia.The
many had been led to believe in the old school building, and Matthews As the guests assembled, Frank attention. interment took )place at Santa 't i

that formct Governor S. J. Catts was that the amount realized therefron District No. 4, Thcrcssa, Hampton feast 1'V cemetery Friday evening Rev. I"'. y"'$
Norwood, organist, played] "At Twilight" was spread ii '
to be triedint Starke at this term of should be added to the club house and GI'llhall1-A. A. Durden. hit dining loom anti the table] was II. Johns conducting the obsequies. .. 1
Mrs. Robert Lander
(Meeker) .
I Funeral Director D. C. Junes hudcharge
court,.on bribery charges, and many fund.Mrs. District No. G, Brooker and New "At Dawning" The bridal centered by a large white cake 01 ', :,,
sang offerings
of the funeral. Floral
visitors had come to witness the trial. A. E. Wall chairman which :
resigned as Rivi-r-J. C. Oone, G. W. flaxen burned three little pink ('1111. ' r.
party entered to the strains of the abundant and the remains
But as the stockades and offices of the of the music committtee, and the The fact that there are contests in dlt'M. Suspended, from the chandelierilirwlly ,'"
wedding march from Lohengrin, Miss were followed to their ]last resting
state farm are located in Union county president appointed Mrs. E. K. Per- only Iwo of the districts should not over the table, were pink linewhite
I.'licia'un Briessen by the right place by a large concourse of mourn
the trial will take place there, at ryinan to fill the position. cause the voters in the other districts crepe paper streamers, which r'
aisle and Walter Haggard 'at the left,
the first term of court in that county, I Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. O. J. to remain away from the polls A extended to the etlges'iif the table, on Mrs Johns wun noted fur her energy -
the altar and .
meeting at crossing./ which of ..
arc spruys" pink ( 01'111'il. .
which will convene at Lake Butler Griffin were appointed to serve on the fine and and her cheerfulness
spirit was at the bond election Industry \ I
Miss Lutie Deyo entered by the left },It.... Briggs/: assisted by Mrs. A. 7
November: 21st. Mr. Catts is in Pen- school committee for one month. when it was carried by a vote of never deserted her even on her 11sickbed .
aisle as G. Melton came in at the Adkins and, !StrxI O. L. Ileaslvy, 1'l'v.1l'l'h'k
sncola at present to stand trial on The Children's Home Society of R to 1. The enthusiasm should be right. lee 1 cieam, and cake. I hoiiie-inuiii She had hud I Revere trials t ,S Sin
charges.Of Jacksonville asked for donation but her. Christian' humility and faith
a ,
peonage kept up at every stage of the proceedings candy and orllng's.Thf' ;
the jurors three were excused, and the club voted to send $5 for this in connection with the bond( !Miss Von Rriesscn wall charming intaffeta invited guests were, !Martha Cod's providence sustained her Shu )

namely N. Sternberg, Geo. A Anderson worthy .cause. issue. If the bond buyers are shown of spring green made with 1'0wl'lJIury! Brownlee, Lois Adkirm, was generous and with sympathetic. always 1e.

and Wm. JIaislop. Some of the Three new members were welcomed] that the people of the county are enthusiastically long waist effect and pointed overskirt Eunice Ciinova, I'l1ulitu.Iill! (,\', G i.'rgia ready to help] kind mvllnns yy\!
unit encouruglng words where there ..:
others failed] to show up, and a special into the club, namely: \Miss Marguerite /: burking and encouraging /:- I trimmed with ruffled inednllionH /\:\ Haynes, Murjorie and Evelyn: need and sorrow. These traits .. 1

venire was summoned, confuting Shriver, Mrs. George C. White the bond 'Issue they will be much !She wore silver slippers and curried Stump, Iilium Sternberg, Vera Claire. was made) ninny friends: for I'rVh'l '

of the following\ well\ known citizens \ and Mrs Frank Hoover. more likely to offer a good bid for the alarm bouquet of dahlias tied with ItobirtHon, Loin Ixing, Martha lirown-' mourn her departure) with the bereaverd r J

: G. W. Ilinson, J. H. Newsom, During the social period, Miss bonds. I tulle in green. Miss Duyo wore Amer. lee! Dorothy Uitrh Muitile HeiiniiK'- relatives I

J. !M. Reddish, R. A. Newsom, C. A. Shriver, accompanied by Mrs. Adkins, Turn out next Tuesday and vote in I I I lean Beauty taffeta made in the same way V'onda Pansy Elizabeth\ Cone. \Iniiuin. Dorothy Roscoe White Mr-, ____ I n> ..

Youngblood, H. E. !Moorer, F. M. sang two beautiful numbers, and Miss the election] for trustees mode and curried dahlias, Sirs T. J. Lane, Jr., A. I H Wall. Jr.. Sim-laii 1'\'llIlCIlIC ENTERTAINMENT! -"

Norman, O. C Cason, R. A. Griffin, Ethel Griffin rendered a lovely instrumental Poppell, matron of honor, entered by Peek, .I r., Arthur Dmby' Jones, Joe 10 HE STAGED\ ON NO'21 .'

R. M. King, P. A. Crosby, I. S. Fowler ]- ] solo. Mrs. Alderman, Mrs. WHElm THINGS; MIVE the center ailll('. She wore apricot Edwards, ..TrI..nill! Fulch, Hilly ---

Adkins, \Mrs. Griflin, Mrs. Geo. C. colored taffeta, made basque effect, Grabnm, S. K. Johns, Jr., .lulum l I't..II, Monday, the :21st, there will be 1\

The grand jury was composed of White and little Miss Hazel Adkins Many in Starke remember the Misses with pointed overskirt Her flowers! Jr., Eldredge\ Robinson, James Richard beautiful patriotic entertainment nt is

the following\ gentlemen: Albert B. served home made cake and refreshing \Davis, who with their aged father, I were, great golden chrysanthemums, l Wainwriyht, Frit Klimlerniiin I the high IIl'IltInlllulitll'lul1l. This entertainment li

Surrency, foreman, A. V. Varnes, J. i fruit punch. who was deaf and dumb, lived in and tied with wedding tulle Hilly McMillan, Curl Cone, A. W. An- Is under the capable) management

F. Colley, O. W. Thomas, Leonard Mrs. J. C. Robinson invited the owned the Ray cottage on North Walnut I Miss Hodgkinson entered, by the ",'rMon, Jr. of MUs May Peek, who Is ..

Moore, Jerry Norman- J. II. Saxon, (cU! to meet at her home on West street. They sold out and movedto center aisle. Her dress was an exquisite training the children In songs, drills!, '

J. J. Morgan, Harley M. McRne, W. Madison street, the second Wednesday St. Petersburg about 22 years ago. I creation of Clinton crepe withtnuohcH /lISSIIt1(1': '' Inhlenux and, also a Ilia)'. Kveryono: '

M. Bryan, J. H. Kelly, Marion Glis- in December. Hostesses: Mrs. Their friends will congratulate them of rose point lace and accor- in 111WilY\ connected with this en- "

son, D. M. Moore, Adam Greene, Rufus Robinson, \Mrs. K. S. Matthews, Miss on the'good luck that has recently lie- I dion pleated skirl. Her veil was arranged Sir and! Mrs.\ William f, ]Powell lertninnicnt lire\ giving their i 5,'rvl1fl"'I'

M. Crosby, Oliver Brown. Shriver, Miss Jeannette Matthews fallen them, for after I living rent free in Dutch cup effect caught at gave delightful\ flintier pally MunUty and it is hoped that the entire

After finding true bills against j and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. em their property in the "Sunshine cither side with orange blossom, She evening at their utlriutive home town will putrimizi'' flit affair. All

John Nelan, Lonnie Hannen and Will I City," they have, in Belling it carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses on North Walnut street, the oeusioiileing IIf the )proceeds will bo given buck tobe
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McClain, negroes, for breaking into BAPTIST a profit on their first outlay reaped of with lilies of the valley In showereffect. \ the fifth anniversary of llii-ir II, town to help in n good cnuse.MIHM p
I marriage tlay. I'eek will practice! the seventyive .
and robbing A. A. Durden's store at more than $20,000. The October .
Sunday school at 10 a. m. number The dining room was tastefully tli'f- children who lire to take part) In
Hampton on the night/: of October of The Tourist News has the following The bridegroom and his best man,
Special service by the ladies of the ; orated with white chrysanthemum, t the, entertainment. afternoon
24th, 11. P. Milliard for desertion and to of the transaction In T. J. Poppcll, entered from (be vestry every
church Sunday morning at 11. fillY and( roses were" used in the hall ,and mill the 17th iimt.
non-support, and Jesse Odom for assault its rent estate notes: dry and met, the bridal party at
with intent to murder, the grand All members of the church urgedto I the altar, where the ring ceremony reception room. As tills was tin- Doors) open nt 7:30: performance ,-

jurors had completed\ their work and be present at this hour. Can we The Misses' Ellen: and Corlnthia I wall performed. During the ceremonyTruumerie fifth anniversary of their ,carriage( egins promptly lit H,
not God at least hour out Davis have sold their property) located the prewnlu/l l Mr. and I I and 15 rents.
were dis'har'l'dIondll\ )' afternoon.The give one was played and !Men day, guests; Admission, !25!
following cases were disposedof of the day set apart to worship Him ? on !Second; avenue, north, near Firststreet I delssohn's wedding march van played Mrs. \'OWwith\ useful and beautiful -------

) : Our pastor is expected back next consisting of a lot 100x200 us a recessional. presents made of wood.! At this I elegant II. V'. I'. I'. SERVICEOn v

Civil Docket Sunday. Let us be ready to greet feet, to three northern Investors the dinner covers were laid for account of the absence of the
Following wedding IIn informal
him with full house on his return. whose names are withheld. It is un- Including' Mr. iiml l lust Sunday evening, the B. Y.
a guests uistor
J. '' Andrews, Jr., vs II. S. Milliard l reception was held at the new homeof
and Mary Jane Milliard, garnishecs, ]I. The II. Y. P. U. members will a vice lorntood the property sold for $.'\10000. ,- I the couple! on Mountain avenue. ( tiilernhrrg'c. Stump, Mr. ami l Mrs. N. vicUnt took rlmrgo of the evening ser

assumpsit, damages $1,000; continued have charge of the evening An interesting feature about the Mrs. Poppell formerly lived In Gaines Mr. and Mrs. A. / Ad the 1 First Baptist ('huJ''h.Irll.\ '

; judge disqualified I Sunday, at 7:30.: Come out and see sale is that twenty-two years ago the ville. She attended the college! at kinK, Mr. and Mrs.. Roscoe Mclwme, George C. While was the, lender of
I what children doing at lot cost $700. W. W. Bailey, representing G. Powell. meeting and was ably
T, S. Williams vs Gainesville Auto your own are Denton, Texas, and Inter the University Mr. allll\frll. L. this interesting ,
Corporation? damages $1200; non- these services.In the W. McKee Kelly Company of Colorado, and the Y. W. C. A. At the close of this very pleimunt issisled, by several upenkers.' Miss

suited. the absence of the pastor, Dr. J. negotiated the sale.AItMISTICE training school in New York. During evening, the hostess served i lee cream :Shriver=; sung rte u solo, "A Little] Bit

J. Bullen] the services Sunday morning and cake. or Love," and a quartette was sung
Bank of Starke vs J, C. Poppell! et : he( war she was recreational secretary .
were conducted by Prof. B. B. SERVICEThe Misses Iris Epperson, Blanche Allerrnan -
al hy
Bradford Bank
County garnishee; under the war work council.
Lane in creditable manner his subject Thelmn. Snellgrove. and Ethel at'Griflin.
Bank and ,
of Starke to pay court costs She has made her home in El Paso INTEUDSTING.WRIHDAV
has called
of the president upon "nillevout
being "The Tendencies \ : .
garnishing collected by Bradford for the past two years, where slit hall (
County Bank.VirginiaCarolina. Times," and his interpretations of and patriotic citizens to pauseat been prominent in church and social the home of her grandparents, 1'hpI.\ Y. P. t}. l III divided Into ; r,

Chemical] Co. vs the scriptures in this connection wall twelve o'clock noon for two minutes affairs Mr. and Mrs. SilitH Kite, Minnie LII- working groups; lust Sunday evening ,

R. O. Gnann, assumpsit; plaintiff was ably handled, showing careful, prayerful silent on Armistice Day, for a period of Mr. Poppell Is from Jacksonville, Norn Starling celebrated her seventh group A waR In charge, and next Sun-
of thanks to the Giver
prayer .
awarded $95.50 and $35 attorney'sfees. thought. of all good, for those who laid down Fla., but has made his home here for birthday There were many games. lay evening the services will be conflicted
G. W. ALDERMAN. renderedby II. '
beautiful music ( by .
'' played ami group
their lives in the World War, and of some time, where he has a' host of
D. C. Jones vs Fred flees, damages: friends. He Is vice president\ of the Miss Rosa eviton.. Pauline Miner
POTATO DEAL NOT YET; SETTLED ; supplication for His divine mercy and, on the dun.keY'1I CITY ('OI1NClI.IEHTIS! (: I'I'R
$ROO; plaintiff awarded $397.8. andattorney's I for Ills blessings upon our beloved Rogers Furniture Company. won the prize for pinning -
fees.VirginiaCarolina. tail, and Mclbu Mutt f
country. The city council met in regular session {
Chemical] Co. I \booby prize. William !Duncan) received
vs Messrs. G. M. Lnmiui and J. M. A service provided for this day will CARD OF THANKS' rake Nov. 2nd, with nil.members pres
James Reynolds dismissed by motionof the lucky slice of birthday
; Mitchell are working to interest a Il' used at St. Mark's church Friday ent. M
plaintiff.! We take this mode of expressingour At four o'clock the children man-li Minutes of last meeting were rend ,
large commission firm in contractingwith at 11:45: a. m. A cordial invitation i is
E M. Hazen vs G. S. & F. Railway, sincere thanks to the many ed to the timing room where nuke and noel approved.E. !.
local] farmers for acreage of extended to the citizens of this
an com-
assumpsit, damages $500. It was established : friends who so kindly assisted us during home made candy was served by Miss 1. M..IOhns was eluded town at. ..9
by defendant's attorneysthat Irish potatoes. No definite agreementhas munity. the \illness arid) after the death of Pearl Reddish and Mrs. Starling As I torney for the )'('11 r.EI..dittn .
yet been, reached In the matter, I beloved May Cod bless them. deferred .
Mr. Mazen had been offered $3:.; one. they marched back through' the spacious of night marshal was
but it is expected that a representative 1'lmSUYTEIUANfkh'dule Johnnie Johns and Family. fruit punch wusnerved to the next regular' nw'Unlt.EIti .
in settlement for animal killed, and hall, delirious
of the commission firm will be and ,," of Urn chief wall deferred
that said animal was not worth by Misses Rosa lA-vitori
for Sunday, Nov. 13th CARD OF APPRECIATIONEditor
look the situation : meeting.The .
here in a few days to to tinnext" regular /
but the offer had been refused. Court over. Sabbath, school, at 10 a. m. Leila Sapp. They then gathered In street committee was Instruct

ruled that complainant pay the costs Sermons by pastor at 11 a. m. and Bradford County Telegraph] the parlor where the many beautiful] eel I to get prices on post or other signals ?'.
'I suit and that defendant pay com- Green 7:30: p. m.Prayer Starke, Fla. presents were vlewt'd.oft"y \bml for corners on pavements. 'j'

lainunt $35. Criminal Docket meeting on Wednesday even Dear Sir-Will you kindly allow me adieu<< to tho charming young hostessat Repairing of city hull wall referred ,I

D. C. Jones vs Elizabeth flees, all State vs John Nelan] breaking and ing, space to express my appreciation to five o'clock, wishing her many more to the street committee.,

umpslt, damages $400. Complainant: entering; plead guilty, sentence, /6 We contemplate holding a series of all the people who so generously came happy birthdays. Notice wall ordered published for

warded $185.15 and court costs. years in pentitentiary.State meetings at our church for two weeks with their earn, supplying\ their own :' Those present were, Thelma Andreu the consideration of Issuing refunding,

D. C. Jones vs Elizabeth Dees, as- vs Lonnie Hansen, breakingand : beginning on the 4th Sabbath of this '!gasoline over to assist and oil us, and In entertaining giving the day the Thelma Seals] Louise Hayes, Vivian bonds for certain bonds becoming due }l"

umpsit damages $300. Plaintiff to entering plead guilty sentence, Kite Ethel Saner, Melba arid Eva in 1!>22. f
; ; month. We cordially) invite membersof American Prison Congress.For \ The council adjourned. to the next I
ecover $200.60 and costs of court. 5 years in pen tentiary. alt churches and the public general-! whole hearted, pure unadulterated Maud Mott, Elizabeth, Beatrice and regular] meeting M'" :

Griffin & Johns, vs Elizabeth Dens, State vs Will McClain, breakingand ]ly to share these meetings with u*. IR-karat neighbors, no place 'In Louise Howe, Annie Belle and Dorothy C. A. FUTCH.

ssumpait, damages $600. Plaintiffs! entering; plead guilty; sentence, Please fear them In mind and pray the world l can excel Bradford arid Un- Turner, Gussie Mae Bennett, J. Clerk. t rl ,

warded $279.77 and court costs. I 5 years in penitentiary.State that the Lord may give vs a blessing., ion counties, and on behalf] of the O. Turner, Grace Alvarez, Pauline J I

H. Y. Brown vs J. II. Milliard et vs Jesse Odom, assault with Yours in Hi* service. board of commissioners of state insti Miner, William Duncan, Wilson Hayes Mrs. A. M. Darby' will entertain I r

I, defendants, W. J. Robinson claim- intent to murder. Defendant absent; DAVID LANDER. tutions, the management of this farm, Silas Kite, Jr., Merrill FuUh, Chaa. the ladies of the! Baptist at her home .

' 't. Mistrial on account of jury fail- capies ordered; bond fixed at $500. and myself personally, I wish to extend McMillan, George Kite Stanley Ben. next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock\ ..

s Ito agree. State VII D. P. Milliard, desertionand \ NOTICE, TAXPAYERS sincere thanks. nett, Billy Harris, Jeannette Underhill at a dollar social. All member and
Very truly ,
W M. Whitten vs Andrews, Griffin non-support; plead not guilty: J. yours S. BLITCH, lady friends! of the church are! invitedto

' Co et al, damages $1000. Motionr found guilty by jury; sentence, 8 The tax books for the tax roll of Superintendent. ,be present '

r non suit by plaintiff granted. months in penitentiary 1921 are now open for the payment of ARMISTICE: DAY

Sam Rosenberg vs Elizabeth Dee, State vs A. F. Commander, estreat- taxes. If you pay during Novemberyou NOTICE TO PUBLICOur Misses Madge,\ Middleton and Eve-

f mpsit, damages $250. Continued ment of appearance bond. Defendant get 2 per cent off. If you pay during Today, Friday, the banks, stores lyn Pemoree, Mcsers. Tbomus' Lim-

. nsent. absent. Bond entreated and capias December<< you get 1 per cent off. meat market will be open for and<< other business houses will be tmugh, John Powell and Clifford
I Net after December Slut.
The! following\ special venire of Ju- issued. Bond fixed at $200. Tax books close April 1st. business on Sunday mornings in the .closed In observance of Armistice Ulitch, of Tallahassee, motored to

r, was sworn in Wednesday: T. G. The work of the court being finished Respectfully, .future an has been our custom in the Day, which has been declared a legal Gainesville last Saturday to see! the cJ

ark G. E. Andreu, L. L. Geiger, R. Wednesday evening, It adjourned E. W. HAYES, "past. We solicit your husinos }holiday. The postofllce will beoB'\ d football ,game between Tallahassee\ .

Humphrey. W. B. Bryant, W. ff.r for the term. Tax Collector. P. E. JOHNS. i except from 2:30: to 3:30: p. m. arid Gainesville.
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lIc'lIrt'iiT"Ur"MI., )'IIu're only NOTICE | Prof. ThornqueBt spent last weekend ; lace, will open a dru1
Her Were Close rl
Shmlng Cye k
twentj.four, don't. you think you in Starke. tether.

softly idiout hull "neik. and her HlilnIIIK might feel better shout It Rill time goes Starke Poultry Farm wants 100 Miss Dora Johnson spent last Sun- : Shepard, was leased here _

tt } lr Sisters 'jfi were lave. tin III I..*. I onT Allx: urged "Now; that the bufchola of corn. Will pay (JOe per day here visiting her aunt Mrs. Dora highly esteemed by a

t L: / "Jt'.. fc.. bee ull fill I ..-ll'a no wiunlcrfulId mone) Is. all yours, Cherry, und you bushel delivered to the Starke Foul i I Tyson many friends hate to see ever him, Hi

1 love Ihlll way. ale.. t>ul<]. In tier can have thin. nice .home to come to try Farm, Starke, Fla. 10-28-21 : Hubert Bennett, of Johnstown, was among them. Dr. Goodson \ti n' I"

Innocent HttUtilrlxtv\ "I hili IIneeiiK uow and then' Isn't It different Cl

to me I Inonly ding III lilt Cherry was looking( at her III... dUy. | visitor here Sunday. I I known here, having practiced hurt i

; I i world ) 10 0111" to you I'eler If Itlucuiit "You dou't understnnd hit!" ehe I I Shepard Moore is moving the drug one time. We all join in wishing; tJ| !:

y .1 ,0.' I jI shame und death und horror said To Cure a Cold. ,I store this week to Crescent City,I the best of luck in their new "under.

f J I 7/ (. C13r It diM'Mi't. sullen that. It only meant "I understand that you don't love Itemove the seeds of one niedluui- j i I where he and Dr. Goodson of that 1 taking.

a limn and a uoinuti HfltlliiK down .Mart ." Allx mild, perplexed, "Put size grapefruit, put the pulp Into one I __ -..

i : [ Holnevilifie" In the Mouth of Prance; 8 can't l.It'ole'hn don't love each other quart of cold water! and trail slowly --

KATHLEENNORRIS "lilg quiet mail vlio limits a little, and! live together: In l"aceT' she added :mtll It Is reduced l to one pint. Strain d': -

a little 'llow-lic-uded woiiiiui lu .bout. with a half smile and sweeten to tnste. Drink 'one-halt .

!Ti; mioikx and 11-looking l ( liala-" "N n-ot as. man and wife, I" Cherry the quantity hot Juf.t\ lifter retiring at

life !I" stammered. night, and the miiulnder cold In the
"It means' of course he Interrupted

'.1 .. her 'Jlie, hour that maker Mix set back on her heels In the ungraceful moinlng. Repent tUu. second night U Hurrah! The
t' )>< .. .. you iiiliic Cherry will be the exqul fashion of tier girlhood), and uetesKurj'

.tt: A 1.i _MlWhw, Islali Kite hour of ui)' whole life 'I" shrugged her shoulders. RAIFORD -

11 They)' were Mlent for a while, and "Think of tile people who are worrying -

.t-* j f f'.k.t below Ihelii. the. while inoonllKht deepened themselves sick over, bills, ot Raiford, Nov. 11.-Ranee J. Andrews Strike is OverNow

, h r t'"- and brightened, and swum Ilk( II'lt.'k1 V"., or children to bring up I" recently from Muskogee, Mich.

i v# an etichuiitnicnt. she suggested hopefully "My Lord, U Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

' r. t4 j CHAPTiSR I.-With hi* two daughters, "There will he no comlne' hack Cherry. you hate enough money, and food D. Androws, this week.
+ Altx
t, Cherry, the Utter rlxhtoen
.. lit.tcklond.,1d and his niece, Anne, fwuir ." and are young and well- 'I" Miss Ruth Moore, of Claxton, Ga., Get Down to BusinessDo

''tc short r a dlMtanre from fun Franrlato
'' I tG His: cloiieiit friend la peter Joyce' aorne- "1'II re'ClIlI't ever ,he, -thete inuntn'l eagerly, "I'm not "'I'll11..n I'm unhappy Whitten here.
thing or a retluim Vliltlnc in: the vicinity. heart lead the
bej-jou'tf thought of that? he auld My Is like alt the Union
Pi Martin Uoyd. mlnliin, engineer, A. D. Andrews attended
1 l falla In love with and Morally becomea uncertainly. lu the curious uaren time ; I can't seem to breatliet People county fair Friday.

I racaced to Ch"rr"ClIAPTEft light that flailed, the world he Haw -Isn't It possible, that people are Watson last weekend
Miss Adine spent
tar ,' I.I her turn und taught the gleuin of hei different! about that T' she asked you want a Stove Cook Stove or Range?
II-While the family la at her home in Starke
t1' .I spra'uiatingCItoLloyd'.Intentions. Char surprised/, eyes timidly. Ran('.. Andrews spent Thursday and We sell them now for
,1 .r/? ry bring him to cupper, practically ajiflouncing "I they l"! Allx concededthoughtfully.
are /
I I "lou mean children child? she suppose
her him. visitIng /
Ni t/v engagement to Friday in Worthington!: Springs
said nurj'rlBedly.;' "Why not I'elt'r" "Anyway look at aU
i his sister Mrs. R. B. Roberts.
S 1 CHAPTER III-Doctor Btrlrkland fesU dhe.. added tltliii'tjlng her fingers the fusses In history" she added. carelessly $17.50 to $58.50Wood
t and Miss Helen Nau-
Earl Whitten
.rdr Cherry I. too young to marry and umei
,;'t "whut could he wonderful thar "of grnnde )passions, and murders
L her to wait at bait a year, but the girl more right attended the Union county fair
r i I coax". him Into agreeing. to an Immediate that we tdiould linxe a child Cur and elopements, and the fate of Heaters
t. ( ''f f wedding and the lake placethe Thursday nip-ht.
.. I ceiemony < nations-resting( on just the fact thata
Imagine a happier en>lronmen
J.. couple leaving at once for El: Nldo yen : W. H. Andrews and W. C. Whitten
tr ( I I where Martin I. employedCHAPTFR for a child than that little cuucilnywouday man and woman hated each other $2.25 to $20.00
went to the fair in Lake Butler Fri-
"#4' 1 : I broth collage ; can't you seethe too much, or lived each other too

r ever, Cherry, begins.- ht.o honeymoon feel: a vague daya dl.t .- little figure-the two or three llttU much I There must be something In dll)'.

r I aattafactlon with Martin and the monotony figures: I Hcainpeilng ahead of utliiiingli It all that I don't understand. But I W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, spent
''i !. I of her d.\I ly life. last week-end with his family.
the country roads or round what I do understand, she added nf

S ,.' CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley Juatln the tire? Oh I (can" nald Cherry, tier her a Cherry choked) Messrs. A. D. Andrews and son, for

,w J I IJUIe. lawyer, beromee, encaged to Anna txlriioidlnary' tolce rich and swee' wllb emotion was silent "Is that nod lamp, were visitors to Baker county Everything Syrup
. the wedding being eat for September
I some. rnontha dlmanL Ails Cherry "lth longing\ "I ('tint I That would l>< would die of grief If he knew you were Sunday. .

i J { : at 111 I Nldii and the two' glrle coax Martin fnotherhuud. Peter, that wouldn't bf unhappy, that your life was all brokenup W. H. Andrews was a vistor to
'l', \- ,Into allowing Cherry to go home for Lake Butler Monday. MakingLarge
.; Anna. weddingCHAPTFIt like having a only whoxe father out In disappointment and bitterness!

n didn't-one couldn't love .marriage 01 "But Is that my fault?" Cherry er. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mizelle and lit-
VI.-In her father'a house tie Jack visitors to Cane Mill $275. Small Cane Mills
r t' k . no lllrrluKI! I" claimed, with sudden tear son, Billy were Power
s 6L Cherry rontruate the J..a""rul. happy life
Ir' qq' 1 4 there wlih her rather sordid exliuriice atJLI And as he watched amazed at tit Allx, after watching her for a troubled Lake Butler Monday. at Cut Prices.
; 't j. ) Nldo and r.mllrt>. that her marriage Mrs. D. W. Handley, Misses Perla
Lb [ haa been aotnethlng of a failure Doctor change that love bud brought to quiet minute went to tier and put herarm >
i'5 Strickland. feeling. that Cherry I. not be1 little linn'tlculute Cherry, she added about her "I)on't cry Cherry I I" Whitten and Ruth Moore were visitors Resteamed Barrels $2.00. New Barrels $2.50
j lug fair to Martin, in that aha la unduly the state farm Mondayafternoon.
? .I 1 to prison
1 ; pro I Ion:King; her, visit I after Anne.a wedding eiirneHlly. : the pleaded sorrowfully. I Syrup Cans, qts. $6.00 per hundred. Gallon
,' r' : urK". her to return to her huiihand ,
1 "Allx will forghe us jou'll] she Cherry regaining self control, resumed
t ; nee
; J l She makea preparation for her departure. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews and Buckets, $13.00 per hundred..
will I Allx-I know her-will only her work mtllt'mitly I with an occasional

h for ... She'll think I sudden sigh/ l She hilt! opened, little son, John Arthur, were visitors |
CHAPTFR VII -Peter Joyce tell. Cherry Hoiry t" only Ull j
'S f' jl he ha. had one "grand paeHlon In hielife mud to dlKgiiue the, guts] name ol I the subject with reluctance; now she to Ileilbronn Springs Sunday aftersnoon I Syrup Testors $1.25, Cups 75c, Syrup Dippers75c !
i I i but the woman was not for him liedona .
''N j 1. 1 II' ;1 not reveal. her name. Cherry rejoin Strlcklnnd ; nhe'll think we're hold| realized that they had again' readied) The friends of Mrs. Alvarez an!! to $1.10 Syrup Skimrrer 60 to 85c.

,I t. bar husband crazy, Perhaps Mie'll plunge Into tin a blank' .'ail.C .
glad to see her out again!: after being
1 F S .IfAPTICR VIII The, young wit..'. aia orpliiiniige work, or | rtiupg ulie'll g:' e e e e seriously ill for over a month. I IMr.8. The Lord loves the cheerful giver. Please come

45 s ,. satisfaction IlIcr".... and there In an almost ,- on heie, gnrdeiilng plnjlng with Buck Three days lifter their talk In the
open hieiik Martin haa, a brlpf es>ell Donah Browning returned to in and settle your bill, we need the money.
ducks t.he
ruining ; says herself thai moonlit gardcji I'eler found clianc
of sick in" and oniethlng of her old feeling her home here Sunday morning, after
I fur him returna to :iTierry.CIIAPTISK she him never known what love meant I) to speak alone to Cherry, several weeks at Johnstown.No .
y ;rl I IX.-riortiir 8trkklun4 I. -Biija It really mennlng] It, jet na II "Are you reudv, ?" he asked..

.( J atrlckrn anddenly with what all uvrfwlveI < the whole_. subject was a j"kt.-a weak !I IIIPHH "Quite !I" she said. iiilslng. : blue eyes / Worms In a nealthy Child
la n futnl Illmttm Ails MuinmunM' Cherry I"
I I to her 'inhere dniiihhiid; I : After the; doc- to tits All children troubled with Worms have an un-
A I tore death. It ,IH, dlftonviired. tint yours ago "1 believe I she will forgive/ tin, tot "It's tornotrovv, then Cherry 1" hi healthy color which Indicants. poor blood,end as a DeWITT C. JONES
}, he hud horiownd money from Alinua' father clue IH the ... stomach. disturbance
P and Seoul ingiy the debt w,.. never IIItlHlI"II'rOIlR: womnn 1r S said. rule there is mom orlr I
GKOVC S T \Snu: ;! O'lU! TONIC given re u-
(1..11.1'.1.. With accumulated Internet oho world Peter mild, idovvly. "Any /
'lomortow !I"
the. amount pructlially nonminifN all the saw the color eht lark' fir> two or three WBIM wll1 enrich the blood. HARDWARE STORE
\\u -we can't howl 1 \\e eanlstop
> stop
,, money the, dm tor lift JiiHtln Little 1 from her face as she echoed him. Tlili tmprnvn tho dl ".tI"n.and act a.S heneraiStreneth-
Si 1 I nuikm It mtinir"Ht that he will IIIHIHI on now I There Is the BUinner lln WHS aJready Into afternoon perhaps onlntlTii'I .n the whole lynnn Naturn. will then
ni I his vi.'. laliiiH It menu. that the two that goes to Los Angeles" he mused ; throw lIfor, tllotllli the worin and theChlld wit I M
I I glrla are. loft with pructlcully nothing. her thoughts! riin-d mend' to tomorrow 'j-'-thcjmh.. l.cnvaut 10 takw'600 pmm.bottle
"Yt'H-I believe Hint Is the solution: I afternoon this
I at time wheel/\ they two
v r I t CIIAi'T1lt X.-I'"I.. Joyce, who has he uilded with face. "No- ----
a brightening
S., ? I bean, 0" u trip |>< around theCIIAPTrn i; would! be leonine on the lull of the - - -
1'S I ;IPif I ; world. ..,.tu'oa. not Invlllll, "ntr.d ot Ih.j body you !know gtM'S there on .It ; II little steamer gazing out over the
o"tor'. denlh lie h"a. or Am,..' Icnvefi and
i 1".1.tloo dully at (>eleven gets hilt
IIUlonl h. boundless blue of the I'nclflo
i with "I.rd. 10 Iho money with deep I ,
dl.IIU"I. Allx hue the home rind I" mak- Ixis Angeles/ the following morning and alone In the world."Tomorrow .. C
j i lug a fair IIvl"lI alllll'llIlI' Joye" U"Ke. her Prom'" th""t'1' can get u draw Ing/ I 1
tll nllll'ry 1,111I., Sit. tonell mils and I they you will be mine I"' ha FA1Rry
to New ()rb- Hint's ,
room anus ; only Pt
have .
a simple weddilig sail to Joyce'
lmrne to. live.:: 1 Ideally happy: : .wo day and u half tiara; und we cur snbl"Thnt's "
4 nil 1 I think of, she an-
l .1 XI Martin and Cherry kfi-p( to ourselves If liy any tinltickjrliutice cF
r st t'rer1 And now the color came up jtW
S leave Nido and KO to Ibid Creek, a there Should be any one wt '- 1.M
t Il..I'1. eomuwhat' I, for the better, but know on the train-" In a splendid, wave of fin me, and the
('hi"uy riliutiH the old fnvlltiK, of dlaeatla-. f i fare that she turned toward Ills was
\lHlla Peter. "\\'hlch Isn't likely'J":
l whilenlhree, aIl.atioii that radiant with proud surrenderHe ,
y i omea to a r : '
? .,1 she lovea J'Mwr, hough ahe hue never "\\\lilch 'imi't likely I Thou at New told her the, numlier of the dock ; MQTMg
h S known It. Lheny la the. woniun whom. Orlenns we /go either to the Tune 01
>. Peter h..1) In mind when he. told her of they discussed trains, LIVE STOCK
1 his "grand |ln.Hltlll." lie ha. never to South America or to any one ot j
J, ,...aned love and .. "We sail at eleven said 1'iler "hut & ,
to her the altuatlon nowhetomea the tliousniid places. .W'ol'k., Ill 11r
v I tiairlu I shall be there shortly after ten. I'll ,
h we like, by water. By that time w. SEVEN RED-LETTER DAYS :
have the baggage on hoard everything cc" 'FzS
: !
I .: I C'IIAPTICft'Xn.Poter ronrvanoa 'bl.I will be lost an completely OR If we hurt.i l ldropped

7 I :.1. love for to (lurry him,, A and aituatlon,"he admit.bordering a Ilk.. feeling on. Into the Men, I'll see about ready ; you only have to cross the OF PLEASURE AND PROFIT cr

r + i tilildun guilt la created Jn the dot tor a ft8crl'utlollll-tbe! thlni; Is, 'ou're too gangplank. You have your bnggnp
',, t I bible Allx tlnda a receipt for the money check ; give It to me." + S.Tt.'RD.No". 12tli- Opening ()IIT.DXF.SQ tY. Nov. IOth-Governor's and ) .
1 .1 1 he had b..row..d.. Anna claim falls to firstly to KO quit nnnotlced. !1" he a ttlia ground and Allx and Cherry are They were waiting the car while r 14th-Children's Day.
t\: 1j I financially Independent Heartbroken. over ruefully Allx marketed Oierry opened herpurse IIOND..ov. Tln'UsnNov.. I7th-All Florida nltr, l'
1 j i f, t J their tragic.. position Peteralnly seeks Ite na\v u smile flicker on her facelu T'CESD.Nov.. 18th--Shrine. Day, nun.\,", Nov IKth-Klwanls Day. lr
solution and hhu the card-
a which shall make for the mutual gave punched
p hal'.I".... of Cherry and himself. but the moonlight/ hut when she spoke : board. ATl'UUNov, lUth-,Vulo ,y
i I there scions' no way It with almost h'llrtul.rllvll, :
'i I tvm | "I'll tell Allx that I have a last The fifth Florida State Fair and exposition at Jacksonville much enlarged ?

I ' 4 t CIIAPTIill,, XIII.-Mra. North, Martin "You arrange/ It, Peter, and Home- dentist appointment at half'past ten," and improved rank. with the greatest; fairs In the South. The state and federal ),
Uoyd. uunt ha* her aunph'lolia concernIng bow I'll I'll write Allx:-I'll tell
I go. and
Peter and Cherry' and the lovers. feelUia she Bald "If she; goes In with me, governments are participating extensively many fair attractions of
t? 1 I' 1 danger: of the, altuatlon.T)1C her (hut where' slie' mine' I'm l118d.1 we'll go to the very door. Hut she +4 more than usual merit have been provided for jour Interest! and entertainment. |
i UIIII IIel'" lih,,'. strung, I tu weak !
she can't In tomorrow
i says any
l S ; Peter. Ale, "v! inlklni; about lit And we'll weather It, dear, and we'll
way I'll write her tonight and drop
,. Are we miking iihout our going Dud ouiHclvt'8 .cuniewhrre alone with
,; : awayta ,
i the letter on the way to the bont. Tomorrow
I mid luMixiKliiK\ / / to each oilier all the golden beautiful future before | "
then was Cherry's only& answer -
"\\ hut else?" lie mild quick toursIn ue. Hut, Peter until this port of It's FLORIDA STATE FAIR
F I ) m glad: It's so .oon, r t
'c- his eyes over we mustn't he alone agalu-jou e
\ e e e e e e e e 5 hI
'''ii'' l ) "Uli but I've been no ntiliiipiiv I'vei" juuHlu't Usa me! ngalul I Will you proiu- 9'b ; r t
I "Good-by f" said, Cherry, leaningover + ? ,ia
ln'cn. "1 "
I MO rile uhlHpored ice tue? I
the side of the. car to kiss her '.
i thought: I wiinlod |) >i>|il<>-titles-1 An stirred as she was, he gathered
sister. Allx received the, kiss, IIIIU..d.anti ,
: I thought/ I wonted to go on the "ltl!:'!. tier little lingers together, und kissed stretched In the' sun."heavenly JACKSONVILLI NOVj Hg 1921

i" lint It nits onlv you.. I vnnt Ml. Oh, tilt-in.
I' day to waste In the city !I" i;
[ I. I'i'tci' ', wlmt R life It will h"l The lit. "1'11 promise un j tiling t Only trust snld Allx.
4 I I tli'Ht 'ottiiK, the Hiinplt-Bt, life, unit, me for a few days more, and we will "
) know !I" Cherry. mild nortotmly.
o- ::1 1 perhaps, a Ix'iitli in. woods to caulk In I be, awry\ from It ull. And now' you She had been so strangely nervous Auto Races AUTO POLO Horse RacesThe

f !l' mid always talking lending nln'ny. It nil out o., mind and run .
p, l put jour
and distracted In manner all morning The world's greatest sensation Auto Polo h as been secured as the premier amusement
I together< INII'I llifio. in and to bed 1 on re! exhausted,
HUIII nuve KO "
that Allx had more than once aikcdher attraction every afternoon and night; exciting horse anti\ automobile races, thrillingfree .'
a ; oun 4-t; away. dlxnppvHr UK If we had, und I If AlI J guts the eight: o'clock train If there was anything wrong Now acts, athletic contests and many other forms of amusement and entertainment will -

q P "i J II I never teen, die will he here In a few minutes." be of absorbing interest.

r4 t I'i "Clit-rryt"' h.> said kneolInK In'fora "Guild night I" she breathed, und he she questioned her again" y,
,} S e JI "You mustn't mind me! Cherrygeld VARIED Enlarged exhibits of all the activities The truck and tractor display TRUCKS t
+ 1 1 her In the net grnitB "You know whllt caw the white gown dicker against p;
1... I It u0enuer"r the soft light/ on the lnwu Bud nan with" a laugh. "I'm desperately. INDUSTRIES- summed up under this is representative of the best TRACTORS ,
she said her
1 "It men us )'OU''l" else ai] \\.ered, after the black shadow creeping: by; It, before unhappy"I'd do anything. ,In the eyes world to help classification. types of these machines. Ma- FARM '

a miencc. She hail laid her luindv she uiounlvd the porch etops you CVrlael" Allx said sympathet LIVE Florida's rapid development in chinery displays? cover practi- MACHIN. ;

,. mid was cllle. lea lIy. the live stock industry is cally all agricultural equipment. ERY ;

t "I know ;you would Sis I I lieJIeve," vSTOCK graphically shown in the
1 \
I III I Cherry said trembling "that there. INDUSTRY of fine dock.Fanciers Florida's State University in a f

i nothing you wouldn't give meI""That' !
\ Swept along by a pusuloimte excitement easily said" Allx answered POULTRY of Florida and other special building displays il> remarkable t
thai seemed ttuully to consume I
; carelessly, "for I dou't get fond of AND PETSTOCK states feature extensive exhibits development and

: her, Cherry lived through the next things, as you do! My dear, I'd go off of f fine poultry, pet stock represents the advantpges ob- UNIVER-
three till l )" Allx noticed her mood lamed from OFBOYS'
with Martin to Mexico In a minute.I its courses in enSITY

; '.' :.; and asked her more than once what mean III I I don't care a whoop AND rabbits I eta gmeering. etc.. and its value to FLORIDA

I -'. caused It. Cherry would press a hotch..ek where live If GIRLS'CLUB Florida Boys'and Girls' Clubs the
of only people are happy. state in its research and ex- EXHIBIT '
lie with full
lo hem
I pain hind flutter urn sway She eyes wa well, "How about Buck?" Cherry said, as i of all kinds have exhibits of perimental work and other de .
the dog leaped to his place on the' front r educational value.
I; She was quite aU right, only she-she seat and licked his mistress' ear. : great partments.

was afraid Martin would summon her For farther Inrormittim mff;....
Allx embraced him lovingly. B. K. U"N..ulltln., Secretary ... <.r..... ,
dldu't to Maasger
and she to
ff soou- want go ""Well-It he wanted to go with ill: Dr.l.ll..ur".. Kid*. ...........llIe' .'1., '
him-I I ISuspecting
something gravely amiss you 1"! she conceded unwillingly. "But epeclal low Fares and Liberal St.up..r Privileges Are Allowed on All Mne. a

f lie wouldn't I" she added quickly. .s..
her confidence
Alex tried to win re- ..
Cherry, going to tilt train gave her
garding Martin. Hut briefly quickly,

and an April and as she took her PIE Afq t,
und with a sort of affectionate
refusedto seat and the train drew on Its any It
apologetic Impatience, Cherry
discuss him seemed to her' suddenly that she might

f Indeed meet Peter, but It would only
} "I shall not ItO back to Mm 'I" she

said, breathing hind, und with the alr be to tell him that what they Had

, I of being more absorbed In tint she planned! woe Impossible' ,
h was doing than. whut she wan saying. -

"Itut do mean that you are
you (Continued Next Week) AUTOMOTIVES CkStIN4k
1 .. really !going\ to leave tutu '" the older

sister questioned

"I don't ki pw what Pail going to Volusia-The storm did no damageto . . . . .
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I III anr ,.. MtiJ Mail QI eve (berry wsa. 1voottUt. at Ire _oN, a wttnr turn Sondaj.: knrrwrn here, &WUtIlr prac"'

I -woW' fie VUM tM jnw. rvwe, IT ITf j I I'Y_ dual alrrvtaa$ $ .:" 'roe i- = Shepard Yours Uf stuvinc! the dristun > on. ame. W* ail j join at wit ,

l f ((1'' 'ih : ntwa.t ..... wad 4. red erase Milt.1" T. Cw-e a Uua went to Crescent City. the bog of tuck: in tItrtr new

r !, !" ( I\\ f fit ilumMi'l sir t**t. it noli ttnxao rft.e ym dual !ten ''I $vw.rr tfe. ..near uf sue mr<4rzm. where h* and Dr. Garrison if that taitittt.

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\\ll" J ,' 1J. ,! rvtxv beep" -ni. hour .that meow Aits at bart an her S-t*.. :Ui Us. anfaafeiMt I.!;m.raeat aev.' I the --01 atdht 11 Hurrah! The

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..I j" 'It i j) --er.www.r J art* brie w* tttjt .t>ul. ttfi W :"' .brtatrv't her sbun&drri LUFOfWE..utvl'd.

t! I. I i Th<.:? -rrr llltlooa.t l Ate ..M s amt j Tata .? the ;two," wbs at'alt"

r, ; I 1'1' '.1 .' \.oW. thou tib* bite- BMMuflidM deep I Ii rytn* MMnwwivw tart owe, bill.. at I' Xuv. tL-Sjatr* X Aa- Strike is OverNow

''fni 1 rN 'f ; <: i *awt an ot sire Uk. putt wt.v'i ur ebddha few rfiuc a.,:"*f,.tr.!_ rw-omlil' tNm xuritugee. Mich.nafticjc .

.. I I j: an mnctmaramic8I III. iWtertw4 anpnt.dt7. "it? Wet IT is bee pannrCk. Me. sad Xrs.Xi .

t If "" of 7 f.W1\ .Ir.. I .. rod .N _, and watt-- I
r - crew Burit Sowr. vf Oa-rtou. GK.i .

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: We sell hem for
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:f'f L" -. r a.r I F dry 'It Woratnttura Springs Yiait. I
M ,r. .u.t. _S+w R'Bd. 4\Y""jr taw. Estee" tbr.sAatsldc -AO7 *.. MX :at ail .
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m t -fs aw_.ea--.... :-. ...)--::-_ ....... .. --reat.AE lit *wo(. heat WYOr1.. to bor amt pet Apr Mrs !Dt W Handcr. SBaaw* ?.'I'"ol!

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,t :h; !1 I' against air passage by extra layersof Harry and Violet passed through--our- button-hole, be able to make some of, Myers, where they had been =

building paper between the vails. section! Sunday enroute to their home her own clothes, and know how to j of friends. and relatives. r Is

;i r----n m.---, The doors and windows are padded i Louis, sew on a patch so that it wouldn'tbe I L. M. Rhodes of Jacksonville
r ,jH with Hacking: in such a way that all The people of our community will so durned prominent, than to be I address the people of Hampton T

: H With The Bradford air -is excluded when cloned. meet at Dedan church Sunday after able to tell me the weight of a left- 1 city hall Saturday afternoon. al t',.
Fl- :' r I II On top of tha corn that will be noon at 3 o'clock for the purpose of handed hypothenuse of a barbaric invited to be present. A: If

I shown in this model crib will be a organizing a Sunday school.
right-angled triangle I
!! I I ; yes, sure Ali. and Mrs. M. L. Watterr .
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container for the carbon bisulphide, woud. d

j,: ':;j J County Farmers so that the observer will 'Understand MOODLAWNWoodlawn A pupil will nowadays go throug J.south W. Florida.Watterson They have returned fr ,m

the placing of this poisonous material.Of the whole campaign of school and report a "Ieas.

1 ij '.-._._______-...._..__........ ......._.__.._--3 I the course container, there of will the be model no poison at the in and daughter, Nov.Miss 11.Lois-J. S.were Norma bus secure French or thereby gain sufficient a smattering Greek of to ,'! ant D.trip.W. Moore of Therensa, w attending -

to busines
I I ,i I fair. I ness visitors to Starke Friday. I enable him to translate one of the j I shere Saturday
", 'J Mr. Jenkins ,Is. using: scrap lumber twenty-four books of Homer's Iliad. I Mrs. Ollie Pearce, who hat been the
How ABOUT REMOVING; lOl'K county is nothing like as serious as to build this model in order that the I Arthur Crews and daughter; Paul Why should boy be anxious to I guest of her parents Mr. and Mri r.
r ine, of Raiford, spent Sunday herewith a
+ STUMPS AT GOVERNMENT first reported. However, it is serious visiting farmer see for himself Bedenbaugh returned to her
y may learn about the stuff that Pisistratui home
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning. ''H.
j enough. Much of the citrus crop had Lulu Sunday.
KXI'ENSE; ? that it is not necessary always tohave
arranged and laid the blame on Homer
I Leon Norman who is attending
'F f.' been harvested already. Some truck first-class material with which J. F. Houser was a business (
} when he don't know that collar visitor
a -
school at Jacksonville spent Sunday
f J were practically ruined. Celery to the county seat this
crops to construct these cribs. week
: Five hundred twenty-eight thousand here with relatives. of a horse in harnessing him has
}'( 1 of acid has been damage was only slight. to be down and then H. E. Moorer of There &a, has
P/ pounds picric i iI A Green was a business visitor to put on upside been
'Y I allotted to Florida for agricultural' immed PRUNE PECAN TREES ItEI'ORE Starke Thursday. turned over-provided he intends to transacting business here this week
the United States gov; Polk-Touring the county THE LEAVES FALL take agriculture? should I I Rev. Dodd of Brooklyn, preachedI
I )purposes by iately after the storm, find that there J. N. Norman and daughter, Mildred up Why a
i ; I ernment. This explosive was leftover left Friday for Plant City where girl; waste several years of her young I at the Christian church Sunday
is damage to our citrus trees except
and is of no life in to decline "Amo" I L. H. Bedenbaugh has had his
'I from tho war now in a few isolated case A very Pruning is one of the most effective Mr. Norman is employed. learning: 'dense! Main rei.
r further use to our military organization small percent of the fruit was blown means of controlling pecan diseases Preston Williams, of Lake Butler, when the chances are that after dad !, .on street repaired rid,
I painted.I
4, but may be advantageously usedby off bruised. Dead wood harbors both insects and was a visitor at the home of his has grown; grey in saving sufficientmoney \ |[
or Jessie
farmers for such purposes as fungus. diseases and it should not be brother, T. C. Williams Sunday. to have het graduate she111 j I 1 left for Morgan and children,

stump and rock blasting and ditthdigging. Ollceola-Storm damage to this sec left on the trees. The pruning should C. L. Milliard was a business visitor "take up" with some yap who doesn't Morgan\! Friday has. Arcadia where Mm

y ( ,pd This material is given; to tion is less severe than previously re be done before the leaves fall. This to Starke Thursday. know whether pneumonia commences tpitrhcr in the school.accepted a position a
f farmers who will have tfo pay only Our farmers busy grinding cane with a "g" or "n"-and commence ,,
+ ported.. Many new settlers are coming will\ enable the grower to detect deaor < ( Mrs.) J. P. Sullivan is
the cost of making into cartridges and to work on a kindergarten system visiting n. a-
harvesting potatoes.Mr.
11 i in and developing] their land on a diseased portions which might he / lives. and friends at
.I! I i and of .shipping from storage points! good basis. Many fields are being easily overlooked after the leaves and Mrs M.\ D. Carter and sister when she doesn't even know which ,"'(" 'K. this

s in Wisconsin or New Mexico. These laid with tile for drainage' and nub- have fallen. Mrs. Jack Smith spent Sundayin side of an egg; the fry is on? Uh-huh, Sheriff Epperson, of Starke
I ,r. costs should in no case exceed 10 irrigation.LakeGrowers. Die-back is one of the most trouble :Starke with relatives. tell me that will you? recent visitor! here. wag a

1 I 1.. cents a pound. some pecan diseases. It is'characterized Sunday school is progressing nicely The truth is that too many pupils Our school is progressing
+ ; f 'I I II What I* Picric Acid? arc plowing and applying by the dying of twigs backward and new members are being/ enrolled over-educated in wrong lines i the able of nicely under
management Prof
'\' Jl Picric add is. a high explosive fertilizers. Fruit damage from from the tip. Young twigs are marked every Sunday. Meet with us,at ten The people spend! vast sums in cramming I vat of Atlanta. ; Du-

r % 'r'1\hich was used, during the world war. the storm was practically negligible.St. ; by dark brown areas around the Vclock Sunday morning. children with stuff that will Quite an interesting meeting
: When dry it Is a fine dusty crystal base of the twig the bark som..timelllooking -------- prove useless. I have talked with was
held at the city hall :;
I. I line, lemon-ydlow powder. It cannot exhibit watersoaked. The LONG BRIDGE many principals and with college; tutors Saturday Rev.
Johns-Am preparing! an waxy or eral addresses were made in favor
i properly be, classed as an agricultural for the state fair to show progress bark of the older limbs may be dry who admitted at the first jump I the marketing exchange. jf

.' explosive because of its insensitive being made in olive orchard develop- and sunken and the spots are dark. Long Bridge Nov. 11.-Mr. and that something was radically wrong

j J'fI'! and hi hllhatlt'rineftect.. Furthermore ment. The tree often attempts. to overcome Mrs David Shaw and daughter .Lo with the "RYltt'm"-but they had no j
p it Could not with for it. frank in Merely as a test ot your poor memory .
compete the disease by putting out shoots resembling of LaCrosse, were guests of relatives remedy They were
l what is the date of. armistice
commercial dynamite because picric acknowledging that "sometime"there
II rosettes. and friends here Saturday and
u w !(, I acid Is more expensive to manufacture n'rnando-1ave for carefully purveyed storm- The dead or diseased parts shouldbe Sunday. would be a change; -but how or day?
t f under present conditions. It is \ the county reporting when such a change was to be
cent of the pruned well back into the healthy Among those who attended the fair who
t damages. Twenty-five per The fellow is looking for
furnished by the United States Department brought about they could not a
wood. Where branches Roscoe say.
large are cutoff at Lake Butler Friday were
J the trees at the time the
grapefruit on is always last to ]
scrap lay
r, nt Agriculture to farmers Sometimes I think that the state- away
the wounds should be painted with Johns Wesley Johns Maud Crews
blown tiff while 1C cent
only his has been
the costs Gf "lIrtrldlrinand dis were per ment of the lad who said "We're gun.; Japan hedging on
It at :
: of oranges' and tangerines were blown some substance such as bordeaux Avy Renfroe Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner the matter of disarmanent.The .
d' I tributing.; oft'. paste, grafting wax, paraffin or some Joe Hodges and John Hodges. studying lots o' stuff that ain't no

': Picric add in somewhat stronger other substance that will prevent the Rev. Williams of Starke, preached good" was hewing close to the line. who is wedded to trouble

than ordinary dynamite. Each stick riv,-Little damage to any cropsin evaporation and reinfection. All cuts an interesting sermon here Sunday College professors have told the should person get a divorce.A
contains 6 i once of material, while this county by the storm except to should be made close to the main night. same thing in different words; and

+ prb a stick of dynamite contains B ounces rugar cam which was blown down in branch so that no stubs will be left Rev. Blake will preach here next the man who can arrange mattersto United States. senator junketingin

,, "I Ii however, the picric acid stick is as places. Truck crops merely received Stubs usually die back and offer opportunity Sunday afternoon. Everybody Invit- suit all conditions will be a won Germany writes that the debts

1 i effective as the dynamite stick. M much needed rain. for infection. All pruner ed to attend. der. The little old country schoolhouse owed us by foreign governments are
'""a, it : Picric acid is quicker acting than parts should be burned Immediately); Mrs P. S. Crews is on the nick list where sixty pupils drank out paralyzing trade with this coun'r/

+, J the ordinary low-grade dynamite Gadldl'n-Manv of our farmers are to destroy both fungi and Insects this week. of the same old rusty dipper, and If that be the disease it would se!m

ii usually recommended for stump blasting treating corn with carbon disulphide Mrs. W. T. Turner. is improving. at where every pupil labored hard to that the logical remedy would be to

e stump removing, rock crushingand against the weevil. We are working ZIFF this writing. be the one delegated to wind up the pay np.Other.

soil breaking. hard on our exhibit to the state fair. Mr. and Btrs. Percy Padgett, of clock every Friday afternoon, turned
l Picric acid be used for agricultural through our sec- out mighty fine 'Itizens-and
,: may Ziff( Nov. 11.-Miss Lomie Thomas Lake Butler, passed some people's troubles bore us almost
W blasting in exactly the same Volusiu-The storm did no damage' left Saturday for Lake City where tion Sunday.Mrs. there is no reason why the present as much as ours bore them.

way that dynamite is used exceptthat I to our citrus crop. she will visit her aunt, Mrs. Onie Joe Britt of Jacksonville was educational institutions should not
N No. R blasting caps must he,used Hunter, for a week called to the bedside of her mother turn out better ones: but do'they? Habitual Constipation curedin

4 instead of No. 6 I caps: since a fl-ouneo I Alaihua--The Alarhuu growers association Church was held at Dedan Saturday Mrs. W. T. Turner last week. This is something over which many 14 to 21 Days

i stick of picric acid is as strong us an with a charier membershipof and Sunday by the pastor, Rev. Mr. nnd Mrs. U. D. Johns and little ponder.-Kissimmee Gazette. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially.preparedSympToolcLaxa.lvefor [ .

R-ounce! stick of ordinary dynamite it 20, was organized this week for son, of Pine Hill were in our burg. Habitui
+ Crosby.
: 1 should be Constipation. It relieves promptly but
r until! stick for stick like of standardizing Sunday
the expressed purpose Frazier Shaw of. Brooker. HAMPTON
was Ii
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
dynamite. It wag cartridged: in this John Yarborough, of Raiford attended -
u and selling and buying cooperatively. -
crops visitor to our school Friday aft..rnoon induce regular action. It Stimulates and
I for the who is accustomed school here Sunday. .
i way man Poultry and exhibits Sunday
pecan Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takj Slit
1. a to using dynamite. at the Archer community fair Miss Avy Starling was attending to Chester Ahdreu and brother Reddish Hampton, Nov. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. per bottle. *
4 1 .y Afrungemetits have been made with merited special comment. business in Graham Saturday after- of New River, attended church M. E. May are spending this week
the Department of Agriculture for Sunday night.' with friends at LaCrosse
the distribution visitor to Lake Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Mrs. E.
Florida's quota of noon.Misses H. 0 Rivers was a
!MODEL CORN emu SIIOWAT! Atha and Opal Lewis spent
I 'I this picric acid through the Collegeof !STATE FAIR Sunday near Ilrnokcr guests of Miss Butler Saturday. C. Williams went to a sugar boilingat I COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
Agriculture, University of Flori : Jim Adkins and sons Donald and the home of Cleveland Sullivan on I
da. County agents have been Instructed Lubedia Pinholster. Gerald attended the fair at LaVe Butler last Friday. a Full Line of
State fair visitors. will be enabledto Jimmie Malphurs\ of Starke spent
k to I Mrs. M. L. Watterson has accepted I Undertaker'
receive (orders" Farmers invercxtcd I the of last wN.k.MiRlloul'1 Supplies
see type weevil-proof corncrib Lriflay at our schooj.
should See their county agents Hodges. was a visitor to the position in the school recently vacated -
advocated by the agricultural extension Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children
h for by Mrs. Jessie Morgan.We .
further information. Raiford Sunday. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
division of the University of spent the week-end at Midway,
Florida. Mrs. 0, B. Moody and son, Fernia are glad to learn that little Hilda Always on hand. The best ser
guests of their daughter Mrs. J. O.
COUNTYGENTS'; REPORTS A' model, n miniature duplication of Punniaon. were business visitors to Raiford on Durden, who has been sick for several vice at the lowest. prices. Special
I days is Improving. in health and i
Tuesday, attention to telegraph or-
it -- such( a crib is being' constructed byDistrict. Jon Cone, of Brooker, candidate for
k j I Walton-Our farmers are busy harvesting Agent I E. W. Jenkins said will bond trustees for district 6, was in W. E. Yarborough, of Raiford, was will soon 1 be> out again. I era. Registered Embalmer

1J1' cane and potato crops, both of be taken to the fair in Jacksonvilleand our burg Lriday. In our section one day last week.E. Rev. Butler of Campville will '

'4 t'j which are finest" for three years. They later to other fairs probably.The . D. D. and J. B. Thomas were business A. Sapp was a visitor to Lake preach at the Baptist church Sunday DeWTIT C. JONES
Inc preparing for It large acreage of walls if this crib are being visitors to Graham Saturday. Butler Saturday. morning evening.
I potatoes next Dora Tyson of Raiford, spent the J. W. Watterson and J. H. Beden- STARKE FLA. t t1WWW
spring.v made tirtightdoubled walls and Miss\ Laura Carter of Pine Hill.1I.nt ,
week-end with her sister, Mrs. Joe bough returned Saturday from Fort
Moor with building paper between. ) Sunday here with Miss Minnie
I 1\Innah.t-Stol'm damage to this The corners are made doubly II..cureII Woods. lodifet.: '.
'. Missouri Hodges and daughter,
,, 1 Rev. and Mrs. McClellan and chil-
-- visiting her mother, You will make mistake
church Genevieve, were Reduction In Prices a
Brooker attended
II dren, of at Big
'. He-dan Sunday. Rachel Tison, near Raiford Thursday I If you order your fertili-i

1t Evan Hodge! of Pine Hill, was! in Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hodges and I zer without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty

a 'xw.. M our section Sunday family spent Sunday with her sister of Materials\ prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In,

Mr. and Mrs. R. B Thomas spent Mrs. II. 0. Rivers. secitvides, Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kerce, of Clayno,
the weok-end at Hague, with their through here Sunday.Mr. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
i sister. Mrs. Florence Hunter. passed
and Mrs. J. E. Adkins were
'r4s Lee Greene, of Pine Hill, passed .
.1.1'r I 1000 MILESq l through our burg Sunday. visitors to New River Sunday Get Aug. I Price List*. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brandi"

,. i Mr. and Mrs. Acy Starling of Coo- I
1 'THE ter Pond have moved to our commun- A illtftg
Hy. "We're studing lots o' stuff
i /PI'ftCUTTIREPLATE\ John Thomas was a'Isitor to Text: "
that ain't no good. J-{
Sampson City Saturday morning.
'Al Sometimes. I think these words uttered -
Miss Alva Thomas spent Sundaythe
q! h i;' ?, '' .. CURES RIM CUr CERTAIN & SURE guest: of Miss\ \ Linnle Parker. by a lad with whom I was talking MICHELIN

Lomic Thomas, of Pine Hill, attended are mighty true.

r y, i. y TIj 9J tr' L SAVES WORRY- lOSS OF TIME 4 DOLLARS' Harley at Dedan Thomas Sunday.and John when There a country were days school in the furnished long ago the

J4'; '' .'.MOkjY B..ACK@r SATE' rFl O.., Thigpen were in Graham Saturday education their for worth-for the men the who women lat..rpro'l.d has overcome the commonest
Miss Alva Thomas attended churchat
,, ar ;1 t .. Dedan Sunday. who'later became well known in history 9, causes of tire trouble

{. Miss\ Avy Starling. spent Sunday .
( .I/BNIE with Ethel; Dyal.Mr. There were no grades-and no one
; m lE Jl"tllNd and Mrs. J. W. Eddy and son, knew the dif between a semester anda

I LAd'ECfTYf1A. semicircle. The schools opened each
tt -
morning with the reading of a few Non-Parallel WheelsWhen

THEY All DEMAND IT verses of scripture-the teacher

reading one verse and the pupils

I reading in concert the next. Then
Starke. Like Every City and TownIn 1 came the Lord's Prayer the only wheels are not parallel (a common fault

a the Union, Receives jt. one authorized by scripture. It covered
especially of front wheels), tires must be drag-
People> with kidney ills want to be then as it covers now all the

HE TIRE PLATE will cure any and all Rimcuts.i cured. \Vheu one suffers the tor points. There is need of none other. ged over the ground so to speak, since they

short No how tures of au aching buck relief U Did you ever consider how much revolve the direction in which
i whether or long. matter rough at an angle to
eagerly sought for. There are many time is spent in learning things in
n the road or how dark and stormy the night the remedies today that relieve but do the present days of schooling which the car is traveling.

Tire Plate hold the Rim-cut SAFE and CERTAIN. mot cure. Doau's Kidney Mils have will be of no benefit in after years?

firm and strong. It makes the Rim-cut the brought lasting results! to thousands Some may say that "too much edu- Ordinary tires wear away rapidly as a resultof
ii I i Here Is Starke evidence of their cation cannot be secured. That is
such but Michelins stand long
place tire. Does not disfigure is easily attached merit abuse up so
i strongest ; on your absolutely true if the !,", ' : and detached. It does ALL YOU WANT IT TO DO. Mr. J. \\'. Andrews Madison Ave.? the right sort. If the pupil Intendsto that only carelessnass can account for failureto

f ' It covers the situation and MAKES YOU CLAD. When tires Tills says: for"I kidney have used complaint Doitn's and Kidney back.; he follow is a 'holar-and up the courses then taken assumes until detect the trouble before the tire is vitally

are completely worn out. remove them and use on other aches and have!! received fine\ result, to become a specialists in some special affected. This is'due to the greater toughness

., Rim-cut tires. They pay for themselves over and over again I medicine.feel justified" In recommending this studies there is. every incentivefor thickness and breadth of the Michelin Tread.

thus costing the user nothing. They are backed by our On April 26 1918. Mrs. Andrew the. careful But such study Conditions in all departments do not Come in and compare Michelin with other '

; MONEY BACK GUARANTEE that they will give, the most said: "1 think Just the same of1)oan's often prevail tires in these important points.Sl11ith's .

complete satisfaction. If you cannot procure them from your Kidney Pills\ now as 1 didwhen What' I'm driving at is that a pupit -
local dealer will mail them postpaid receipt of price. recommended them before. I throughout the grades-some!
I"y we upon have bad no return of kidney trou
thing not in vogue some years ago-
ble since this "
$1.00 with instructions for attaching remedy cured me. should make a study of things whichhe Garage
I'a Price 60c at all dealers. Don't
desires in the years to come to
,4 BRIERS JENNINGS I COMPANY lmply ask for a kidney remedy-get make his hobby-If the word "hobby" -
: [ Doun's Kidney: Pills-the -name that
t l > be used in this I'dfar
; g tt... Mrs. Andrew had "Fostor-Mtlburn may sense. STARKE FLORIDA
Lake City Florida Co. rather that a girl would know
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:: how darn
f' to her socks, make a good t Iillmmmmmmmmmwoam.a'a.g'nonUWWUIWm'

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LET I'lMDE BEGIN AT HOME ever creeping up on the beach advancing j- urday for a few days visit with relatives attending her and it Is hoped fche will estate IHikva, of aa admlnl.trator 8. t). I)uk....of ciaavd the estate: Jonathan fif Nitna i aid nim-retidint defendant be and I. 'Ii.; .

receding:, incessantly on the and friends. .noon recover. flukes. dopraavd : Inland |tiikr.. a minur K.:d.lna l- I required filed In said to appear clues to the.before bill of eompla.tit. _ii,
Mesurs. Tom Mill Jack Padgett School was dismissed Tuesday at l>uki.*. a minor, K. N. nub... a minor l4tb day of Nov. on or Monday the
mbtr. A.
We all take pride In our country move until they create the great; ) wa'oof and Krtha lulw.. a minor are drfundanta I IBJI otfcerwlM
be. .ause it I Is a great countrythegrcatt't public sentiment that mores irresistibly ', and John Surren'yw'rp visitors to noon for all the school to go to the C herein I was niipolnu special raaator In .: the all.-uatlcin.. by aaid,of rii-fendant.said bill will I.. taken a.ruiifeaaed '
Prof. Shaw having rhanot ry to vxrcute aald fl..cialniMlpr.
of thorn all. on to victory and achieve Starke Saturday. fair at Gainesville, will aril bI.r..... the I ""urth"....ap*dnor it.It...J" furthrr onkrwl that thli order' .be pub.' .

But what constitutes this country ment. Lacy Wynn, of StarV-e was a visitor secured free permits for the chil! I In Slarki- llradfurd county Horlda. l..t...,'.." '" thr once Hrailrnrd a week County for four Ttkr14i.. eonaeeutlve. WMka I .
the Ii-Kul hour ..r aato. | n.wapa- 4
on Mundar. the Mh
The fort-rig!' and the fit'1dll. and the It is the mass of quiet citizens who I here Saturday. dren.Mr. day of A. 1>. 1H21. to the hiihwit ., |I">r imbllahed In sad, rounly and .t..t.*. .
and the valleys and the John Crews of Lake Hutler and and Mrs. RV.. Surrency. of and Iml l.ldil.T fur caah. the, followInK. d- '' This October 11, mi. I
constitute the bulk of that public sen sec ,iM-d real ...t....: U. W. ALDERM\N.'
and the and the Mrs. Sarah Jones of Sampson attended Graham passed through. hero Mon. I i tMeaii. i Clerk CircuIt
prairies lakes rivers dtizell1 hu J That crrtaln tract or |>ar..-l ..r land ltnaU, Court.
and the hamlets and the" villages timent. It is the \ possibly chim-h here Sunday. bins r and .bfinit. Hradford. county I'lttrida.comitrlalnir .: M JIINR. II, C A.. KNIGHT. .
thinks that his individualopinion 1 day.Jim thf tI..uU..t Quarter \ Ik'puty Clerk.
own (1.4IIC
of Lake flutter of Worthington was at
and the towns and the cities!' George Epperson Mott. Northi'Hut Quarter 11-11 I and Houthwitit Quar Solicitor for Complainant in-M-Bt-11-11\ e,
and all of the human and other life I has but little] !influence upon was a business visitor here this week. tending; \ here Saturday.U. .... il-41 IIC NoitliraMt Qunrtt-r t I1--II\ an.1) I
community life. It i I. the one who in viRitinsr 1) of New River was Meat limit U-V) ..f Quartrr 141. NOTICK \rrucAiioN : I I1'1I..1e
that exists therein and thereon. Rev. Alfred McKinney Johns and Northcaxt Juarlrr (1-4) of Hmillivart . POK TAX I>FFD:
Thin town is a part of thin country acts after other have talked. his son, Charley at New River. attending to business here Saturday.All Quarter ((1-41.' of Kivllon twcnty-elic
and our pride of country should extend You therefore are one of the num Messrs. Will Jones and Tom Mills members of the B. Y. P. U. are Tov>that tu.hlp tract seven of< cans dr..rrlM tornty! >d aa t20)followa). Alan -: Hereby notice .la itiven that C A. Smith I 1.1

to the community in which we bt'rlho make this town. were visitors to Sampson Sutidaj' asVed' to be present Sunday night as lli'lrlnninir four hundred forty {440} yard. imrehnaer of lav sale eertiflcatro numbered. .
south of Northwrat i%>rnrr of 8<*ctlon twn.t.fivp rrapeelively Ptl. 1011. I III and PI laaued
) You are expected to aid in makingit Gun Wynn, of Jal'kllonviI1e88 a officers for the next quarter are to be (2M 1. town.hll> f\rn 171. South raniietornty the tax colliTtor for llradforri County. Flor l.r j.

live.Our individual homes are a part of even a better town. ; vistor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. elected. I ISl'1'il'rll |I (l0)! .:a.t. and run Fut four hun. ida, .anl. ciTtlllral.' .. fid and li>ll U-lnir dated
dn d. flftylcht (4M> yarda : Mouth thlrtra June 7. A. 1>. lisT, said certificate ....
11B be.
this town and our pride of countryand You can do it, I if you will. I James Graves Sunday afternoon.Rev. were held at the home of hundred twenty (1RJOI I ,.,d. ; Weal four Inn. tinted July 1. A. I). lUll, and ..1.. eertlflrale .
town should] begin with the homein II I Berryan Pyal and wife of J. J. Morgan Saturday night by Rev. I I hundn-d nfty-rliilit 4fiHI yard.. an dN..rththl..n m 11I.ln" dated. July ?. A. l>. 11102. haa I,. i: .
hundred twonty <((1310)< ) . flied the .
attended church here Sun- of Pukes. yard to ald rrrtmratea In my office and haa #
which we live. Over in war crushed Austria there Sampson Pukes place of bra-Inning. All of above descrIbed made afplleaflon" ( for tax. iNvd to Issue In ae.
If we make them as near perfection The store of Colson and Pinholnter land beIng In Section twenty-five townht eoulnace, with law. The said. rerllnralea re.aneetlvely .

as our resources will permit are ten women to each man-and the day.Miss Estellc)) Wasdin and brother at LaCrosse was robbed Monday night |' arvvn ((7)In aouth the Ainm-icaU...n.... twenty three(EOI Itundrrd i at.contalnintr llradford. embrace, )1rirlda the t'.llowlng land, la
husbands. Even enunly aaaeaanl at date
for the
then the town and the state and the women are pining Everett of 'Waldo spent the weekend News reached here Tuesday morningand twenty :<:r:1> acrwa.,..ttsfy more said or Ima.8ald of the ijouanre of atirlt eertlAealea In ii,. I! : .

country reflects the warmth and the mothers are advertising openly in with their grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Colson left immediately for A. 8.dremnnd CHKWW. coata art nam.-a -11..11', | hereinafter partIcularly

glory of our firesides. newspapers in the hopes of making a Mrs. O. W. Dyal. IjtCrosne. Up to this time the burglars 11-4-61-12-S_._ Special M....... Tertlnrale forth to.wt No. Oft emhrarea Uite 2. <. t. j

We look at the big cities and'mar- catch for their daughters including Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Reynolds! and have not been captured.Mr. OKItrK: FOR- --PI'IIMCATIOV-- -., -- I S known.rertlflrate and. .10 Illk 14 In Toe n of New lei..... Un- I

small sized fortunes with the wouldbe George and Rudolph are and Mr. A. H. Warren of t
vel at their Immensity-at their children
No. .
I In tumult ('purt.II..e! of Florida l-lvhth : ICO '.n.I. .. all of Illk U t"
wealth and their enterprise, and brides as inducements. If there is visiting at the home of James Rey Raiford. were here Saturday. Judicial Circuit, ttradfonl County. In Ctanc,0'.n i .'..rl.t I.i'U 1 and 1 In Town of New River, .v
..........d Unknown.Certificate .
their growth. 11 bald headed old bachelor in this nolds. Mr. Johns of Starke, made a business ; of Starke a municipal No 11B rmhraree Lot 7 nil* 14

But do we remember that before community who is not satisfied with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jones are the call hero Saturday.Mr. corporationComplainant. Town of New Itlver, R.*. B8. Tp. a. 8. R. 20 ,4

these' cities became great they were the home product we suggest that proud parents of a boy born Nov. 1st. alHtfrll.) W. A 1111 rl'U. of New ve I'-aM; aanraaed O. It. W. Johnaon.
fertiflcale' No VI
I eta 1II\ t I.
small even as we are ? he make a trip to Vienna. Anythingin Harry Eddy of Mounteochn attended River were here Saturday afternoon.S. Selma Severaon. Illk 14. In New Illver.! s.-... S4. Tp. a. 8. ft.L ig :
niffht. business .JO Fa.1 ...........1 .
Their citizens the church here Sunday V. Andreu is transacting L I 11nkn"'n.Unl.
saw .
opportunities the'
breeches will command instant attention apticarinir by affidavit apiwnd to .
... .
and :; : i: : :; paid eertirlcatea ana,, ,.. redeemedaccordinit
that were before them and were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. in Tallahassee\ this week.J. hill flli'ii In the ahove-etated rauae that SclniarVvernon
there-and por.sibly: a bunch . the I drfenHant therein namrd la to law tar ,1-ed. will laaiie thereonnn
quick to grasp them. Pride in their of children of Waldo, spent Sunday herewith J. Morgan spent Monday at the non-rralilont of the Rt... of Florida' and realdi a- the 14th day. of November. A. I>. llliil.
improvements Impelled them' to "dough. his brother Riley. county seat at or near St. Louis 1'ark. State ofMinnpaola Wit.... my official. aiKnature' and acal thla
press .. Illh I cloy of October. 111.. 1H21.
and that her address la R. H. N.
onward and make other and greater Messrs. Carroll and Casey Atkinson J. \\'. Surrency, of Miami, was In I. Ito.. 147. tit. LouIs Park Mlnnnota. and G. W. AI.IIICKMAN
It is useless] to expect the people and Royce Gainey, of Urooker town Monday morning. that, ahe la a sIngle woman and la over the (Seal) Clerk Circuit, Court.lly .
ago of twenty-one ).*... i II la therefore. ordered C. A. KNIGHT.
ones.As to do their Christmas buying early] week-end here with relatives
the giant oaks sprung from spent the that aald non-realdent. Hrfendant Iw and 10.14-M-ll-ll. LH>|itity Clelk..
little acorns, s(> have the great cities unless the merchants do their holidayadvertising and friends: ItltADFOlin I. herehy rrqulnnl. to appear. to tho hill of .- __ _- t
from what little t'arlSmoke a pipe full Mrs. Alta Younjrblood\ on the nick rnnttOnint filed In said cause on or beforeII.t.tIay. ORIIEIt FOR PIIl1U'AT'Ol\l t
sprung were once the nth tlay of Ikecemhcr. A. l>. .
hamlets and villages often from of wisdom gentlemen. list this week. Bradford Nov. 11.-W. II. Harrell\ I"21. othnrwlao the alleiratlona ..r maid bill Judicial In Circuit Circuit Court.Hradfnrd Slat of County"I..h., .. Eighth .
in -
will I be taken aa confeeaed by said. defendant.It
and Hob .
barren wastes of land. Messrs. Simmy Thomas and family visited relatives in Rai In further ordered' that tills order be

But they did not spring up of their GRAHAM Surrenoy were business visitors to ford Sunday. published In once the Itradford a week' County for four TeleHrraph.eoneeoutlveweeka nuaband Maria:: L.complHlnanta Mcklller. and, I. W: Ktckllter. her .,:

Starke Monday. C. M. Andreu left Tuesday for Jacksonville a .
own accord. ne aiiaier ..ubll..h... In saW county and
The people of the tiny hamlets took Percy Griffin. of Hampton, was in where he will spend II' few ala, ,.. n..III..t, Ninon. Ilefendant.It C
appearing by atflilavlt wpiMndetl to the
Graham Nov. 11.-Rev. Daughertyand Thla October 20, 1921. .
pride in their homes and their surroundings our town Monday afternoon.Mr. 0. W. ALPRRMAN. bill filed In 1he almve stated cause that Robert ..
and worked to make wife of Rockwood, Tenn., arrived and Mrs. S. T. Thomas made a days.Malcolm Harrell who Is attending (I Real) Clerk Clreult Court.Hy Ninon tie defendant therein' n..1, l la an..n.reaiirnt
of the State of Florida
hl'reIonday\ and began a series of C. 1K Nll J'f. and thatthe
them better and more prosperous. It business trip to Hampton Thursday. Bchool at Ft. White spent the latter A.A. CIIFW8: IVimty Clerk. realdenee. of the aaJd defendant la un
meetings at the Christian church.Mr. McKinney of Louise, was with homefolks. Snliclu for Complainant. I1-4-AI-12-1! known and la over the amp of twcntyonayeara
is this stalwart quality of thrift and Charley part of last week ?
and Mrs. J. R. Beville were : It la therefore ordered. that sail nonrealdent .
energy that has made them what they a business visitor here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and daughetr -- defendant ... and I. hereby required
centers of business visitors to the county sent Mr. and Mrs. Hob Surrency spent with Mr. and Mrs. ORDER Foil rUH.IC'ATlO" to appear to the bill of complaint' filed In said
today metropolitan spent Sunday .
are Mondiiy. In Circuit Court.: State' of Flontia KiiihlhJudicial : ecu... on or IM fore Monday, the Slat day of
and which Sunday with relatives at Urooker. N. G. A. I), ..
population commerce are Hayes. Circuit, llradford County In Chaneery. NovenilxT. 11121. otherwlae the .11... of
Mr. and Autumn Younghlood
Hob Sur tlona I of said bill will be taken confeaaedby .
known all over the civilized world. Messrs. Simmy Thomas \Mrs.V. II Harrell spent Monday aa S
of Waldo, attended church here Mon Mora II. Cady. said d..r nd.nt.
And the root of it all was pride. rency and Geiger Barry, of Tampa with her parents Mr. nnd !Mrs. Pave Complainant. It la further ordered. tnat this nmcr be puh- .

Few to day.Mr. Monday at the county seat. Drives vaCheater I llahed for eight eonaecutlva. ......k. (n the
things impossible spent Worthington.
are a peo- ,
and ..
and Mrs. Truman Dyal E. ( ". !Itradford County Trlevratih a nrwapaler pub.
ple who have the will to accomplish.But the Miss Clinnie Hall of Hampton has Quite a crowd. attended the cane Thfvndant.U llahed in aaiti county. ami. ataUi
of Ziff visitors at
without the will to perform no (children were been visiting, : her sister Mrs. Slim grinding at Steven Hague Friday apHr 21. 1U21.
home of Mr and Mrs. O. W. Dyal bill filed In the alMivo-etaled. cause that Chi.a.ter <1. W. ALDERMAN.:
/great endings will come from little I Monday.O. Youncblood, this w.k.John night. 10. Cady the defendant therein mimod. la (A...." Clerk Circuit Court.

beginnings.Let / McKinney was a business visitor \Mrs. J. C. Willoure and daughter a non-rrald of tho stale of Florida an"\\ lly C. A. KNICIIT.
W. and Truman Dyal spent last he la a rraldimt. of the town of [Flarton In Deputy Clerk.
us consider the future of this I Monday fishing at Santa Fe lake. to Starke Monday. Ethel Mae, attended( the fair at Lake atate of Vermont and la oter the awe. of I). K KNIGHT.
town-but let UK begin/: with pride in Butler Friday. twenty-one >..... : It la therefore. ordered thai. Solicitor I for: Complainant S3-OI-11-18

Messrs. Frank Jones and Sol Thomas .-.-----_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -
the home and the improvements we I of Sampson were business' visitors llltOOKEItBrooker Billy Surrency spent the weekendwith --- -

may make therein. |, here Monday.. his family.

Today we are small but there is I David made business Bob Surrency of Graham visited - ---=- -- -' - .- .. ;- -.
aI-I Kelly a tripto Nov. 11.-3. R. Eddins ofGainesville - -
I t
ways a tomorrow-and tomorrow I relatives here Sunday.J. ,

ever flowing with new hopes of ad-1 I' Mesdames Sampson Monday.Tom Osteen and P. \M. to ,business.was in town Thursday attending C. Cone and Ardell Crosby of I II' i toil _

vancement and achievement.Our Rroukcr, were in this section Sunday
of Brooker visitingMrs.
Barefoot were Lewis Shriver and Fred Haxen

geographical situation is such John Surrency Tuesday.J. spent Thursday afternoon at the fair afternoon.As il!
that we never become a great .
A. J. of
McKinney Sampson was Lake Butler.Mr. .
city but it does not prevent the possibility -I a business visitor here Wednesday. at nnd non Herman, of La- an optimist of the first water 1c'hcrsoi

of making of our home towna I David visitor to Moody 1'oKtmastcr, General Hayes is It. lIe
Kelly was a Samp here Thursday.Mr. .
paradise in which to live. Crosse, were leKeves\! the public would prefer, to II
Wednesday. and Mrs. C. W. Colson the
Pride in the home has done it for I \Mr. of visitor are nay 25 cents for a special deliery'tanup IIIi
Groover Brooker was a of son, born Nov. 2nd _
proud parents a
other towns.It here Wednesday.Messrs. instead of )paying the prenentmro Ii
named Thomas Lafay-
lie has been
can do it for ours. I \ Truby and Lee Dyal were ette. I of ] (0 cents. IiII II

Why not ? IIi
business visitors to Sampson Monday
I t Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Thursday i
JoaN WUITL&CO.4i( ,
I afternoon.Rev. and Friday in Alachua, and attended .

WHO MAKES THIS TOWN I Berryan Dyal] of Sampson, was the Alachua community fair I I LaI&IY. III

n visitor here Wednesday.Mr. while there.Mr. ......1. IIIII
\ and Mrs. Autumn Youngbloodand ] I' _
of Brooklyn was I..
It isn't any one man, or any half I Humphrey, 'B II
of attended v..w -
children Waldo services I
1n .
town Thursday.Mrs.
dozen or dozen. It is every ner.ton '
in the town, as well as those who 'I Thursday night. T. C. Iluzeti wall on the sick I 811 FursY KL :
Joe McKinney, of Luke Butler was II
make a practice of coming to tho list last week but we arc Kind] to n--
town. the !guest of hm grandparents Mr. port her much improved. H _ IIIII

We have citizens: who are so modest and Mrs. Alfred McKinney. part of M r. l Kelly, of New River was attending nit: Quinine ...*l Dots .Not Ailed 1> Pla.. ,

the week.Messrs.. to business here Thursday.Mr. Brenner- It. tnnlf: ind I lax* .. rff,.rt, ..ACIV" III
and retiring,:: that 'hoj::; imagine UROMO OIIININr.: (tuft, ,
C. II. Hohertll.ViII Jones I ) fn"' M Ii
G. H. Colnoti and .. .... .
their infleuonce is of no valu, or has and Mrs. son, I by *ii;'''a 'vlfliimt rnuftlu "'. r. '
and James Graves were visitors to rl.Mil.. t..W.Gk'JVI.\; \ .
to Starke Wednesday
no w..iJ'ht--that it makes o ditfereme KesHie, were visitorS
StarkI''t'dllc"day.. - -.- -- --- ----
to the town what they do or do afternoon.I. :: Pot it to
J. lt of Gainesville\ 1- To
not do. Kildins was a \V. I'inhulster made a business Stop a Cough Quickto.o" any

They are mistaken.We business visitor\ here Thursday. trip to Sampson' City Thursday after. I : HAYES' HEALING HONEY/ a
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Matthews spent I couch! medicine which stops the rough by
have become so accUHtomed to I
the progressive citizen that we expectto Thursday with her parents, Mr. and noon.Mrs.. IV.. flaxen who has been I healing the Inflamed and irritated UHBUIIS. II iil Power Ta.skWhile
I Mrs. Henry Wilson at Waldo.D. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TKATE
is improving
hear from him subject of on the sick list with malaria
on any I J. business visitorto SALVE for Chest Colds. Head CoMi and
Byrd was a I
any importance. We would be moreor Sampson Friday, at this writing. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of th3 Fordson Tractor has power ____
less if he did not Mesdames! J.V.. Surrency and R. HAYES I
nonplussed come | J. A. J. McKinney and wife of HEALING HONEY. The salve in plenty to drag plows and harrows
to the front. T steen spent Wedneaday with relatives should l he rubbed on the chest end throatof
I attended church here Fri I soil it is
Sampson through the heaviest light
children ,
But it'is the action of the quiet at Graham.L. suffering from a Cold or CrOUP

and retiring element that add impetus day night A. Brown was transacting business The h"allnH effwt of Havea' HnallnA Hum' "1 enough, small enough und so easily c _
Edgar Sparks and sister, Grade .1,1. Ilia Ihruat cmnlilnnd will the uttallut _.ict
) c
and puts real life into a movement | were visitors here Friday afternoon.Mrs. at the county seat Thursday af l.rove O-I'm-Trat. halvo through tha pores la-I controlled that it can handily be put to i'ri'
for civic improvement. They I ternoon. the ik In soon atopa ouullh.
I Mamie Heville the weekend tasks about the farm that will
spent of New Roth emmdles are parted In one carton and the many
Eugene Bryan River was
not to be leaders but
may coot of iha combIDIIIIlr"atmllall. SCc.
with her at Wachutta.
when they get behind and push the parents in town Friday.M. auk your druggist for rteJuBt HAYES'LWAIiNG save you time, money and work. .
Ethel and Leo Dyal of Ziff were
weight is so great there is no such P. Matheny spent Saturday, attending : HONEY. _
visions here Saturday.Prof. In fact the Fordson will do .
thing as a premature halt. | to business affairs in Gaines every power I _
Percy Revels was a business ville. ('OMMIHHIONMtS'; BAI.K both draw-bar and belt quick I
Little wavelets the. job more .
lapping on
up ,
vistor to Lake Butler Hampton and llcrt'by notice I. .icivtin that untUr and to"
seashore always precede the great Miss Mary Molt of Hague was in virtue of tliat certain decree of partition( ,tnn'1 ly and at less cost than it can be done
Waldo .
Saturday. .
town afternoon.I. and eht r tidul wave that sweeps eVt.rything be- Mr. Sloan and Homer Frank Jones Wednesday I Itradfwrd county. Hiirlda. In rh.n..,,,. on the with any other form of power. So every
fore it. W. Pinholster and Eldon Baxter J7lh ilny of October. A. I). In favor of
It in life. and Sol Thomas of Sampson; were spent Friday afternoon in Alachua. I Mliry Kaulfmon. complainant I and ayainatNoitl month the whole year 'round the always
is so community business callers here Saturday. ItaulrrHon and Jake Itaulttraon dcf..ndfinlii .
In each community there are a few, Dr. King, of Lake Butler made a the unI,'raienmd commlaiilonura will onVr dependable Fordson will prove" itself a 1
Truby and Lee Dyal were visitors call here and ,..11 at the front door ..r the eourthoune I
who are always promptly active Int'v..y to 7ifT Saturday. Satulday.Irving in Hterke, liradford county, Florida, durinii paying investment because of its capabilities -
Thomas and Don, Orrie of lit* It'ttal' lioura, of ..1.. on Monday the 6thilny
good movement. They are the E. J. Murrhee was a visitor to the Cooter Pond were here Friday after of 1.,1., .... A. l>. 11)21. to Hie I, hlith. .it its economy and efficiency. t
little waves that never rent, that arc county seat Saturday. ..tid tH...t bulilir' for canh In hand the follow.\
noon.F. log diwcrllHfd. real .Mtat* ituatnd. and beIng
I Carl Atkinson, of Brooker, attended A. Andrews of New River was In Hradford (Umnty. .Morlila to-wltl. We wilt gladly explain and demonstrate
No Worm Child The rlouth Half of the Houlhvajit Quartvri'f
in a Healthy church here Saturday.Mrs. .
a visitor here Saturday.Dr. the Nnrthwnt UuartiT of the NnrthwntJuur1fr. to you the many Fordson moneymaking -
All children troubled with Worm hive D. J. Byrd i is home after several
o unhalih7color. ( of Hretion Thirty-one Townahlp
.whkJi Indicate poor blood and as S weeks visit with relatives on the W. II. demons of Key West, Itanu Twvnty.two Kaat ..OhA. time-saving features. Call, write
rule. there la more or I... stomach dlaturbamua. was in town Saturday. ( ivin't.: ; *>., more or I.MU: ,
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC given regu- East Coast and Kingslarid Ga. Mr. and Mrs. I!. S. Warren of lIar. H. CKKWH.: or phone. I
htrly for two or three _|loa will enrich the blood. Mr. and Mrs.! I). J. Warren of Nassau K:. K. I-KKKYMAN
bnprove. thedUmtloD.iod act...geiwralStrenntbenlng deetown spent the week-end here. M. F. III1OWN.
spent the week-end at the home .
A 7. KIN3. t'nmmlmlonrni.Complainant's .
Ionic Nature will then Percy and Jewel Moody of LaCrosse
the whole
to aynem. ,
of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Rolieltor. - -J2.2MAIT.R'S
throw off or dtapel. th.wormLsodibeCblldwIllbs.. Byrd.L. were In town Saturday after __--! I
la txxUa. G. of arrived Sat.
perfect health. Pleaaaul to taaa. 7Sc per Barry Tampa
: MALKI'lidrr :
noon.u ... _.. . ' and I My virtue of a final rlrcrve or
.- Mrs. I. W. nnnolsler tdna and foreeloaur* rrndrnd. hr lion. A. V. Ixmir. I I $625
Eldon Baxter were in Lake Butler Ju.luiof the Ircult Court of the Rlirhlh Ju
dicial' Circuit of ..10.1.... In and for IlradrordCfiunty. t. m.
Saturday.Mr. In clianrery, dated" the UUnd day of
-- -- 0......... .._
-- and Mrs. Jno. Shriver spent ID21. In a cau therein iiendlna
SAPOLIOFinds whKn'ln, Kllaalieth: Johnaon la complainant,
Sunday afternoon with friends in and Jonathan Uubea, .. admlnlatrator of the

i countless uses in the Several at Dedan of our Sunday.citizen attended services sic: : :ACH Ti. :)IJBLE ?

kitchen. It cleans cutlery \Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of Starke \, chkness ? Dittrcs ? I

kettles tins porcelain. china spent the week-end here with her Afli' ,uI, o i!, I\y.; -:"Mnnv yi"irn, npo: my !

I earthenware, linoleum oil. mother, Mrs. S. J. Kelly. !TIlttl... ,i.' I II'r.I I'irtrqcs, f,1. t I ,

-- cloth, refrigerators.tile marble Among the visitors to the county \1)ia "ev, rm t tier stuinru'h >'to! h.ul I taken

I t .-,; seat Monday were Mr. and Mrs. A. In-! .,....111 I from pli-'wiiin, ii/irl j 1..1 l ln ,

iiiti J1 shelves and floors. See that A. Hazen Claude Crosby; II. p. Gain 'virj! '. ,'Itld l KiMid r"< 'nlt.. Afr: n rn-

; I the name SAPOUO is on ey W. A. Crosby, Fred Jiaztn and iM-i.i! .. ,It take I his "ri'ini-ily MU. miticnlHII 1

1"1 i i'd' vinciit and I piin nay .it Hiin-ly .
package. A. Crosby.Dr. -- ,. . -- -. --- .
every - -- --- -
lietye| .i" i I' wdndi-rfnlly.! I uiu ;1.1.! ncil to -- -
P. V. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was I writi-. I 11.: .- t<( lot ot.hrin know '..,w thin

-w ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. here Monday afternoon. nv"":' .1 iu'lfnid! uurfuI/1I1". Any ..TOt will
; *pk -. -__ Salt Manufacturer Royce Gainey is on the sick list 4n:1.:, :, by lh., ''Jlutoovory'\ If tiltwillI( tryit. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.AUTI .

; .; i_. New York U. & A. this wnek. -MM.- M. A. Jirowti M'2. : E. Carter; ,

The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avn. IONIZED
Obtain tbf I>iaoov<< MAKES POTS AND PANS ;
\ j' C. N. Shaw happened to a serious
aerMert at your lleb.rmSt tlriut store or wild Ford and Fordson Dealer
LOOK LIKE NEWt Friday morning, when her UK- for triii I tMiokiuj to lr. J'ienrf' Invuli .

dress caught(; fire from a tire in the -!,)' I total in U"rr1'( ; tuij! write
fur (fee! J ,ul advice. ST ARK FLORIDAFRJIAY. !
yard. Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, !I.I I. UI<* ": C
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""Arm rouitBradford
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:! who was not dead at till but very ], (in town Saturday.Mr. 'r.
County Telegraph f 1sDIMeO payable 10 years mtier date thereof -
Jtl1U much alive. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of WEAK BLOOD with In"_ .at tin rate of a prr cent per
annum payable svml-annually on the flnt d.y
!- l I Worthington, spent. Friday in Lake I of January end July of each year. E. K
Published weekly and entered as "SOME: AIVhllTISING"Sunday's Butler, : Which Mid bond were. iHuvd for the. purpose PEKRYA1AN

t" second class mailer, at the post BMM I Dr. W. ]I. Lee spent Sunday JI1'' IS A and. the eniulnictinr electric. lnhtnir! a! system plant of of waterworks the Townof AT10R.NEY-AT LAw
i office at Starke, Florida.' Tampa Tribune carried a |' Jacksonville He 'was accompanied Starke. Bradford county. Florida. STARKEI--LORIO-\.
Tills the lot day of November. A. D. 121.
special edition of 40 pages, eight col- :!| home by Mrs. Lee, who has been in F I D. C. JONES:

r'E, ;;. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner umns to the page, making 320 columns i>I the hospital for two weeks. Her 1 many [I Jl-J 1-41-12-2:' Chairman Town Council.

.. J/ advertising matter for tho Tain-1 i friends are glad she is improving and i iCilCOWISG - ----- --
| cain ,be home I------
I pd Hardware Co. of
I A fifteen year old negro! boy was Trfmpa. I, Mrs. J. M. Mann returned from CHILDREN ( -
1. J'} Ink" and "Editor and Publisher" j visit a NEED: OF I (JUDK'S; "'!
t arrested in St. Johns county to anSW'r I with her father Mr. Howard,
$ pronounce it the largest single advertisement MANGAN' GENERAL INSURANCE j
'1 to the charge of absenting himself ,jot Ludiwicl, Ga., who has been sick
; from nihool. And ever printed by any newspaper i L. E. Parrish spent Saturday in Pa- -
F \'. yet many in the United States. Islka. Some children grow too HAROLD WALL
Northerners believe that the educan 1 j it
sups otrcngth. They
The Tampa Hardware Co. Is of A. E. Proctor I
; ( si one spent MondaY' in
( lion of
the negro is neglected In Tier i to careless, desultory habits '
-cr a ; Ida. the largest: and most progressive eon-; Snpp., I velop a shrinking attitude. STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
f remit of Its kind In the South and iii I _..Mrs.!,: F. O. Rawls arid baby' of ces look pinched. / ,

1i' .' i; The )person' who ran invent a fountain the only exclusive wholesale hardware -I Mrs.Worth C.n/ton A. Roberts, were guests of Mr. and The blood becomes overtaxed I 'LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.
'". :It 1; store in Florida. It has built Saturday. rapid growth and
} \ f I )pen that wont fountain at the Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith of Dade ; poisons'
t I' wrong time will leave scads of money an immense business by 75 per cent City, are receiving congratulationsover ( system< take the place of e ..
e y + for heirs to fight over.-Palatka business ability and 'square dealing the arrival of a daughter born giving red: corpuscles in the

;1: i I Times. Never you mind the fountains and 25 per cent advertising. The Sunday. The young l lady has been Red corpuscles. are those A. MARTIN SEED CO.
)b > small town merchant, who grumbles christened.Ellz bt'th. particles that swim in blood .
)pens brother. Leave them to thoHO
+ 4 ::1", who not when solicited for a few inches of advertising Mrs H. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry it its color Gradually that (' OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED:: HOUSE IN FLORIDA
l'J. are as busy as editors are. es interest in its play.
r I I Do like the rent of us-borrow a lead In the local paper, should and Miss Shirley, of Florahorre, Poor blood needs the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
j" j i think of this Tampa advertisement of spent the week-end with Mrs. W. C.
i, pencil' and forget to return it. Townsend the iron In Gude's ;! SEED POTATOES
q 0,720 Inches. Think of its cost Yes
give to weakened blood. Gude's
1 And the advertisers considered the cost, J. H. Blitch of Gainesville, was a to-Mangan enriches the blood Sp.ulding Number 4 Ro.e, Early Red Blie. Triumph and Irish Cobblers, {t's .
now some fool board of trade business ?
visitor here Friday contract price for December and January
ready 10
quote delivery.
d I is censuring the Tampa) papers because , all right; but they multiply it by 1000or I'' Dr. J, M. Mann and Lacy Douglasswere creasing the number of red Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Maine grown, selected ..eed.quantit Advil,
; t; 10,000, which they expect to and restores the blood by .
they did not suppress the news reap visitors to the state farm Wed- and variety you will want.
,,4 Il : of the atorm. They could put the as profit from the investment, know nesday. the poisons. When the revived MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS

I I'' blame on Juhovah for permitting the ing that there Is no better investment Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Raiford, of Raiford I gets: to work, the appetite Have made good wilh both the until gardener and far er and the ones wit

1\ affliction, for the Lord Is' merciful to than advertising motored here Friday what Your a growing has child's Gude's should I i lant thousands of acrea. .Plant your fail crop with Martin'. Hy Test Seed. and u.ure .
{ 5, Mrs. Ben Duke and Mrs. Barbara result
brainless. The
i ;k;' Tampa papers didheroically LAKE IIUTLEIt Dukes, of Five !Mile, were attending Manan in liquid or tablet form. FALL CATALOGUE
and but
( ,i( none an ass would the fair Friday.Mr. name "Gude's Pepto-Manan" is Martin's Fall Seed Catalogue i. now ready. Write for it. Everyone inlere.lo4
l censure for overdrawing the danger i Take Butler, Nov. 11. John and and Mrs. Brodus Mizelle motored ery package.-Adv. ii i Florida fall and winter crops should avail themselves. of information contained, ,
Y ) while yet in the midst of it. descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who
Surrounded Ancil I'arrifih, of Five Mile! were business to Lake Butler Saturday. our send in Ibetr.ame.
i staff 1'' o by calm it is easy to be Judicial. visitor to Lake Butler Satur- Miss Iris Epperson of Starke was day morning, returning to his promptly. Write for it today.

.-Bronson Times-Democrat. day.A. a guest of Miss Kate Epperson during Sunday afternoon. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-2O6 E. BAY ST
I I n sad l death occurred last Thursday the week-end. Mrs. Josephine Crews, wife

Who was it-Thackeray T- said evening at the home of Mr. Silas Ranee' Andrews of Raiford, motored M. Crews died Tuesday

1 I j that when the French try to be serious Johns. Mr. Johns was alone, and his to Lake Butler Saturday. ter a lingering illness. She
i, then be 'readto smile No clothing caught fire and he was burned Tate Denmark, of Raiford, attendedthe mourn her loss her husband and

1 i doubt Charlie Chaplin thought so and so badly that death soon followed.Ills fair here Thursday and Saturday. children, Mrs. W. J. Hardce, of !
t , I i selected the broadest from body was taken to the home of Eustia Crews, of Raiford, was in er, Mrs. J. O. McCormick, of
grin his
t / bin nephew there to await burial, town Friday attending the fair. I
1pi wood, Miss Maggie Crews II
repertoire when the French ,
government which was made at Swift Creek Fri Miss Anita Richard
M of Tampa, Is i I
< and
I Andrew Crews
1 I presented him with the purple day. a guest of her sister, MrK. Roberts ,
hj'w J ribbon of the order of Public Instruc Tom Hendrix of Five Mile, was a L. Crews, of Hampton, and

r tlon. That was stretching things a business visitor to Lake Butler' Sat.urlay. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parker, of Crews, of Lee burg. also several ,

; t little too far. Being entertained is New River, were In town Saturday.Mr. tern and brothers residing in

: almost as necessary ns being educated Mr. and Mrs Preston Williams, of and Mrs. Jim Brown of Miller, state. The interment took 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR

a t e 14 j so why not award thin unsurpassed New River, motored to Luke Butler motored to town Saturday. Wednesday afternoon at Long

laugh provoker the gold ribbon of Saturday.J. Walter Knight of south Florida cemetery with cervices at the ('
b, ,' 4 P' J. Gallon, of New River, motoredto was the week-end guest of relatives conducted ) 4
by Rev L. W.
1 the
order of .. I trs
ate? Public Entertainers ?
it f1
t. i I ::1 I : i Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. here.T.. Starke.

.'.I ,?' 'F !' Ii I"" The Greene, of Slarke, was a guestof H. 1'.I.t's.and!.. daughter, 1 Miss e
t irrepressible Senator Tom.Watii
her daughter! Mrs. Maude Johns, Johnnie, 01 uukes, motored to Lake .tlnll'f I y I
i, son of Georgia, has caused an investigation !- Saturday.Mrs.: Butler Saturday FI\EMILE r I

( as to the truth cf (in assertion ]tale left Sunday morning for J. W.. Andrews, Jr., of Starke at- -- I I
i of his that a number! of American soldiers Atlanta Ga. tended the fair here Saturday.Mr. :Five Mile, Nov. 11,-Our t

;; in France were hanged for alleged Gordon Johnson of Five Mile wan and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of ity was well represented at the
t, I crimes without court martial. transacting business here Saturday. Worthington, attended the fair here ty fair last week, especially on

'f ': Mr Watson claims to have affidavits Shep Dukes, of Five Mile, was here -Saturday.Miss drens day.

t ) proving a part of his assertions, while Friday attending to business. Maggie Dekle of Starke, attended Mrs. C. L. Varnes aid
the secretary of war and General Per- Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile was a the fair Saturday Johnstown, wore week-end
i 1'i t. visitor here Tuesday. The Woman's Missionary Union met
fihing treat the matter with Mrs. P. 1'. Dekle.
'' contempt. F. M. Rivers visited In Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon in regular bus),
Mrs. D. I. Blume and
The f findings of the Miss
inquiry disprove
J I may this week.Rev. ness session.
r i I the! senator's assertions, but it S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at The B. Y. P. U. rendered a fine 131 ume were guests .of Mrs.
I. 1 J . >" may lead to other disclosures ns to the: State Farm. program Sunday evening. Drawdy, Sunday

; r the treatment of our boys in Franco. Sheriff' Epperson and l Col. W. T. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Lake

I' .I In any case, little things like this Weeks, of Starke: attended the Union HIGHLAND ler motored out and spent

"I have their uses; they art like a warnIng County fair here lust week. with her mother, Mrs. H. Dukes. '"' OnaTonTruckChassia445

;' f linger to all men in government Math. Dukes, of Five Mile, was\ at I Highland, Nov. 11-Miss Rosie Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle ; F. O. B. Detroit'nfvmatte I

I i service tending business here Saturday. returned Tuesday from a couple Sunday afternoon with Mr. and With Tires end Dtmountabt RimsVo'sMreForLcss

Mr McJ.'ntnn,1! sifter of Mucclennv months visit with her sisters, Mrs B. Li: Duke.
have rented I
_ t Jacksonville and Tampa ought to vacated by Mr. and Mrs.cottage B. D.recently Hurr T. E. Engcbretscn and Mrs. John Savage Ardtll, and Ilhctt Drawdy ,

be, and probably are, fully In sympathy <.II. at Stuart.J. Starke Sunday to attend circuit

t { with the effort that is being made? Ardi-11 and Rhett' Drawdy, Mr. and I. Murr motored to the State which convened there Monday. i and,. Alachun., _ counties top VIrs. Davis, of Five Mile, were bust- Farm Wednesday to help entertain Marcus Deklo) left Tuesday THAT the Ford One-ton: truck does more for the
[)UIII a ('onn'cunl!' link hehvf'n IItate ness! visitors here Saturday.The the visitinewardens.. Jacksonville. arme I' tr the merchant to proved by the great

,F Ir hlghwujs No. 1 and 2. This road, many friends of Mrs Seeber Mrs. II. Wimberly and daughters Mrs P. I'. Dekle was number of then row in daily use-that it toes

4 J ('connecting with highway No. 1 at fang are pleased 1 to learn that she!' Is Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberly, Worthington Tuesday.P this et less coat iJ shown by the actual! figures:

I ,I 1 i. Uhlclwln! and with highway No. 2 at several tiuch Improved days after an illness of were visitors to Jacksonville Thurs- P. Dekle WAS transacting a smaller first cost and a much lower expense

: '4 Gainesville, would shorten the distance Bob Rivers day.J.. ness in Worthington: last week. for operation end upkeep
between the state's two largest in the face and!was painfully Injured A. Starling' was a business visitor T. J. Dukes visited his uncle, T
_ L I cities eyes Saturday morn. to limes[ Monday.Mr. I The Ford One-ton Truck has
by something! like 75 miles! over I ng by the explosion of an automobile' Lawtey Saturday proved a great
any of the present or proposed. routes Traveling men from Jacksonville and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy money saver, es well as a labor saver It has
1 t. tire.Mrs.
)I It seems strange thnt the State Road Nannie Lou Vurnes nnd children transacting business here Friday relatives in Columbia county solved the problems of economic transportation

,) i 1. i Department In its proceedings. up to of Johnstown, attended the fair were Messrs. Brooks, Hull, Cost, C week. I between the farm and the city.
this time should have overlooked the 'liiiny. M. Click and Jack Briggs. G. \VV: Johnson Is grinding cane.TO I
Miss The Ford One-ton truck! has all the
Lucille merits of the'll'h'r
very great importance' of a direct line of the F. M. Crews and J. T. Marr were
'r' t j between these two cities. The two Brannen school, and several of her visitors to Stake Friday. THE PUHLIIC Ford car, with added strength: for !greater': capacity -

+! I I great railway systems operating between lav.pupils, attended the county fair Fri. G. H. Barker returned Sunday after The worm drive of aluminum bronze gives

l f'1 . these cities probably accommodate !Mrs Julian Loadholtz! arid baby,of a visit with his sister Mrs. E. S. My customers are hereby URUSUP! and ositive power at a very low cost.
f more people than nil Carpenter, in Jacksonville.J. that after December 1st all sale!
other lines Jacksonville, were guests of relatives Come in and let us show you how the Ford
4 of railway in the state combined. here Sunday. I. Marr was a visitor to Jacksonville my meat market will be for cash One-ton Truck will and
save !
you you money
1\\ What Is true of rail travel would also Casper Duncan of Gainesville, wan Saturday. ly. I have been compelled to take I in work.
a i i! be true of road travel. We are"expecting here for the weekend Ellis McCormick of Manning, filled step on account of the difficulty of I.

' t I J Jacksonville and Tampa to Harry Pinkston, Mrs. G. W. S. Ware his regular appointment at the Baptist ecting my debts. The other IMPORTANT I

'y .. I .:! 1 r t lend a helping hand when it comes to and children, of Worthington, were church Saturday night and Sun- in Starke have adopted the cash l We are prepared to furnish the Fcrd Truck equipped either
and I ,
t I IInOWInA' tne prellent rond delartment must do the same to ) with Standard or Special Gearing The Standard Gearing
+- : how able to compete with them.Respectfully give. the truck maximum
'f'' , grievously their predecessors err fllfflflElberton a power. The Special Gearing -
+ ed in Ignoring the importance of a increases the speed of the truck from five to seven
t$ y, j short line between the state's two ROYAL GEORGE Prop.p. miles an hour, converting (it into a Fast.Delivery Car.

tdi ". I' J i principal cities. s. MCMILLAN )).)

I I t ;, I 0 PUBLIC. NOTICE I J. W.'!ANDREW S, JR., Dealer
? STUNG AGAIN! H.ifhy "oU.. J. Given that on Tumday, ,

t : nth p. HI day. Die of town Di-cvmlicr council, of 1021.the at town 7:80: of o''::: I : Starke, Florida.

I A The other day ten doughty Duval -2 In. Hradford county. Florida, .t the
chamber In tho
town hall iJ
In the
'' 1/ county deputy sheriffs set out to cap Slark.. will conald..r the refunding, aid by "'. [ r

(; ao* / j. ture a big moonshine stfll that had t of the, wfundlnii boniktt Indiititodnma kale, or otherwise rvi>ment" .that.d. by,... ,
.. certain teal.uu.d/ .
1 been reported us located in a big e by the .Id town -- -
k i n Ktarke dated; January 1, 1902 .."........
i 1 swamp. After traveling muny miles
I ,
, 0
they reached the swump and entered

{ it, armed to the teeth. After flounilvring Blue Georgia Granite

along for a couple of hours. I-
i ., the;; discovered a hut from which fet "THE STONE ETERNAL" Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

id smelling smoke issued. Here was And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make
a sure enough still, and they laid l I! "
1 siege, prepared for a sanguine re is- It your local merchant doe not carry. your want come here. Many women in your community shop
tance. Creeping up and looking thru MEMORIALS I Our aim I.i to at all lime render good service, maintain a high quality of good and sell. at smallest
q g' 1 a crock, they found no pugnacious Renowned'FOR prices po ille., Our itocka pre equal In size of any store in the state with the exception of one city.

4 P moonshlners, only a good\ old farmer,
a busily employed In chewing tobacco I ARCHITECTURAL
and smoking large number of hams : '
I li and sides. of bacons. (Exit). I; and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE '_::. QLIOII7Yer / } -
fa This reminds. of how 11ir/
us many years .
-' ,, ago, every cog of the machinery of Three essential factors to be considered in buying mon $ ice ,' V

l !. justice in Bradford county was set inv l ; uments. are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP f GAINESVILLE,FLORIDA
motion on account of the alleged murder I RIATENESS. You have the '
assurance of this combi- ,
l' of r"I'luRt'ho -
n lived in the
nation when
4 jl y' midst of the lake swamp west of buying our material. All Postage Charges Paid .By Us On
Stnrke. Orders
c i They all went there a dark COGGINS MARBLE: co. CANTON r
pk GP.
If night to hold inquest the ,
an! even un- g ,I' Leadinv Manufacturer of the ScutHf Jf* { I .' ,.
/ < / '
/ ; drtaker fot< rwingr BlongH-ith a eofj 2 1 i tall or Special Rpvuer.tcGr., "' An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge J of 'I( HI '
,.i' an experienced hopperL -
I' t
,. ;fin. After hardships t
many they arrived w!
''i W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE r r , her' for .,' Mil'"
of' I et. shop
the FL/ youJu
l,4 on scone, and were badly I rf 41 .J II I ..r. write., ; "..,
e :1 frightened when meeting their man, )( ,ttli. t't', 1 n, ti.tmr "I'
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cheap things though. I know all about I A full line of Ladies' Dresses,, For they open every fortress, 1 ; oxen and timber tart. R. L. Lang, .

it for I am going to clerk there. Just I Coats, Coat Suits and Hats on And we'll open every gate! 3 miles northeast of Highland, post

read his ad. Silver Drown. display at Sternberc's. office, Maxville, fla. it* v
\ Bits of LocalInformation "ZEKE" WAIMMUGHT! SAYS .. ... .

Miss Elise Jones entertained a Miss Ut-La Harris, of the Florida I.ORT-Extrn 30,81,4(> tile betweenStnrke t t
number of her friends last Friday Public Health Association, was,here Lake Butler, Nov. 7, 1P21. !: and JII."k llnville. I'inder !
"ii .' Monday and poke on the subject of Maj. E. S. Matthews: return to Sam R
idea being enbcrg Starke
the Hallowe'en ;
health, at the school auditorium. The You can continue to send me the
carried out in all the arrangements of uprvlcrs of this worker and all \literature Telegraph I still love Bradford and receive ward. 11-11-tf

4.r..wMd.. Omr T.. U. *..,*.,.. this pretty party.ItubflyTism. used by the schools are Kent county, Starke, and the people thereof !- I ---- ---
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Msae c. . .., T_ free from the Florida Public Health and I always look forward to the CONTRACTOR AND IIUILDKRWood -- _'
of the I brick, concrete and paint Ing.
coming Telegraph.
antiseptic and As ociation. This work I Is made pos.
-- _. "'-- t --. pain killer, for infected sores slide by the Christmas' II"alllale whichIs Yours respectfully\ .short Plans notice.mind! specifications Prices reasonable.made on R. '

AM.. Whitten, of Raiford, was tn .Gun shells at Kirkliter's. 11.11.2t letter sprains, neuralgia, rheu 1 conducted every year by the ABSO-, W. E. WALNWIUOHT. A. Koon, S6+u'ke. 11. .4t. ,
matism.-Adv. cia tion. I II
town Wednesday.F I Colds Cause unp ana influenza:

j Mr. and Mrs. Itoscoe McLane and Owing to the session of the circuit Dr. and Mrs C. F. Sayleu, who have I LAXATIVE PROMO QUINt\! !:T.hl.oU. ) "remove(..1rauM. FOR SALE CABBAGE': PLANTS'I I '
spelt Tuesday in Jack. A. II, Johns returned from Early Jersey and Charleston Wake-
A. Scott Monday a' *
> .
and There l >
court, Clerk Alderman has been< un- 1)l'n'isithllt her parent, Mr. only o-.B ip Oulutr( ., "
gunville attending to business. successful' fishing trip and pleasant able to furnish us with the minutesof \Mm. C. L. Peek' left Friday for their t t;;. W.GROVE'S: ahinMimi cm box. ala" field, $1.25 per 1,000; ,000 lots andover '

outing on Suwannee river. the commissioners. They home in Miami. They were accompanied $I per ft,000 F, O. II, Val tl\ o:
New cypress syrup barrels at Kick county a far *. Went Palm Heaih by dosta Ga. Kinsey Wholesale Plant r I'
liter's. lMl-2t. Col. J. C. Poppell, of Plant City, will appear in our next issue. Clara Louisa and Julian Peek, Jr., Co., Vuldosta, Ga. 11-11-41 I\ f 7x
was in Starke the first of the week who went to join their mother, Mm. fENTAWORnUCOLUMNLP ''t

Don't fail to read _Jones Hardware visiting relatives and attending. to C. A. Youngblood, of the Theressa J. L. Peek, who Is In Went Palm FOR SALE-50 acres of land on public I j
ad. Farmer Brown. business before the court. section, has added a couple of stalks Hrac-h on account of the illness of her road; 1 1mill's west of Law- '

of sugar cane to the agricultural exhibit mother, Mrs. Otwell. tey; 40 acres in cultivation, 10 in I

Etcrwear Silk Hose from $1 nO81 Society Embroidery at the Dank of Starke. These ,' wood land; 5 acre in 2-year old 11' N
Package outfits on sale at Stern- specimens are the largest seen here Roscoe McLJinc is doing his bit to .
at Stern berg's. pecans; 250 trees ready to set; :3 ;
up berg's. this season and speak well for the attract people to Starke. In the For FOR
n SALE-Cheap, one fine young acres In fine strawberries. Good :
of beautiful hats.. fertility of the soil around Theressa. est and Stream he has the following "
See our line Jersey cow. G. B. Ncwsom, Staike. d'lIillJhouNe and barns. Price
Slump's. Serge (cloth all colors, going advertisement! "Florida Rass. Cometo 1111tf. right. T. I.. Wainwright, Lawtey, I c

cheap at Stump's. I It's time to put in jour order Starkp, Fla., where we catch them 11 -I II I .. !! | Fla. 11-11.21 l

A, B. deMontmollin, of Montgomery I. for that new fall suit. Have weighing 6 to '12 11>s. Finest block LOST-My opal stick pin, last Tuesj ,
0 Ala., spent the week-end with his Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Smith have moved jour measure taken by Nat bass: fishing in the country. I fur. day. The finder will bo .suitably'II j' Only One "IIROMO QUININE' l'g'I

sister, Mrs. J. R. Davis. back to Starke from Waldo, and Sternberg.Tanlac nish guides, boats, conveyances and I rewarded David Lander. j Fn art the ir.niiliir,cull for (full. natnv, 1AX4- II0
. Mr. Smith is again employed in the complete camping equipment. Write I I I II IIMk tUl1MNI' {. l,...iklot. .iKII, ..tur. .or

d Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Budinpton, of Western Union telegraph office. that celebrated medicine, Roscoe McLanc. Starke, Fla." Thereis I FOR SALE-Four yoke of big gentle a.. W. i.KOV a". d licadaclit,(. '."n., end('old work In U".l1"** oft old", .fcUofmtutivU 1lc

d jfi ilcburg, were the guests of Mrs!\ make you- eat better feel better, nothing overdrawn In Mr. McLane'a r
r better and work better. Sold
You should read the Jones Hard- sleep
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Saturday. bass weighing over
Emma Richard statement, as
by Turner's Drug Store, Starke.
advertisement and what fine
war I see pounds have been caught in our wa-
celebrated medicine, ii things they keep. I'll read it myself.
Tanlac, the Mrs. D. C. Jones and Mrs. E. K. (ers.
Turner's Drug Store, Samantha Brown. I
sold by .
now Perryman, delegates from the'd
J. L. Simmons has lately acquired a .
will to Gainesville
and Mrs. A. V. and lit. Club of Starke, go Start
Judge Long
tract of land on Orange street, reaching
Mr. M. Luck, bookkeeper at the : tle daughter, Annie, of Palatka, mo- Tuesday to attend the all the way from First to Sec- r :
business' tored here Sunday and have been the meeting of the Florida Federation of
State Prison Farm, was a and) street. A small house; on thl'J1ropt.rty .
ueBts of Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S. Woman's Clubs While in Gainesville
visitor to Starke Tuesday. remodeled and is OCCH-
E. Brownlee they will be the guests of Mrs.J. was A r
II pied by himself and family until a
E. Wilson.
Senator A. D. Andrews
Former State be built. Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Goodman and larger residence' can

of Raiford, was among the children have moved here from Ocala, Mrs. F. A. Scott left Wednesday Simmons is a skilled. plumber. The '

court week visitors to Starke. and are occupying the Manning cottage morning for New Smyrna, whefe she old Joke about plumbers losing time Bank Account

in the southern portion of town. will attend the state executive board by point to the shop after tools:\ forgotten -
The latest creations in meeting of the W. C., T. U. From cannot be applied to him, for ,

at Stump's.Mrs. Get rid of that nervous, fretful feeing. New Smyrna she will go to Ormondto hE' brings all Mil 'tools along\ on his r

Brace up. Take Tanlac and ludson IlPt'rl'aIIlElilllOUl'lillc.' Neither -
spend a week with her son and \ ::
Truby E. Murrhee, of Mariun-
will look everybody in the face!
na, spent Sunday here with her moth. with you a smile. Sold at Turner's DrugStore daughter, W. A. and Miss Doris Scott his work nor his prices are ever IS Start'a bank account with us and we will help you +

er-in-law, Mrs. A. G. Murrhee. Starke. who are teaching/ in that place. I bund fault with. make it larger. We are equipped to care for your deposits

-- -- I with absolute safety. There is no function of a
Tanlac, the remarkable remedy everyone. G. M. Inman'has sold to C. E. Wood, Sampson lake threatens to dry up,
is talking about, is sold by ''of Palatka, the old Klckliter place, and those who wish to seine for fish 666 bank we cannot perform. Every facility afforded to + i "

Turner's Drug Store, Starke. just' across the Clay county line. Thisis had better hurry up. If the dry farmers and other:for transaction of their banking !"

the fourth time Mr. Inman has sold weather continues much longer fishermen bUlinesl. Account may be opened by mail and mon. "
Joe Don Newman, of Waldo, spent this will have to carry the necessary Will break n {'old, Fever and
place.Miss deposited withdrawn in this with fac-
tec or equal
the week-end as the guest of Mr. and way
t than anythingwe .
water for fishing along with (;rippe quicker
!Mrs.\ G. C. Sweat. know pre\enlini pneumoniaAdv. ility. There'are score of young men in Bradford county .
Adine Watson has been to them. ,
ake City where she took the teach. > who should start a bank account. The dimes they '

Arrow Shirts from $1.50; up utStnnberg's. er's examination, and make a second Monday II. L. Stevenson shipped NOTICE---.- throwaway every month if brought to our bank would '

I grade certificate. Miss\ Watson is do. nine standard barrels of pecans to make them independent a* they reach the noonday of

Syrup labels will soon be neeJl'd.1 ford ing good as teacher in the Rai Philadelphia.. By multiplying the net Starke Poultry Farm wants 100 life. In fact, every person who has a dollar should
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Get them printed in time at this office weight marked on the barrels with bii-ihela of corn. Will pay COc per tart a bnnk'account.Try it'andyou will always thank

W. L. Douglas Shoes are downin the ruling price of nuts, it was easyto bushel delivered, to the Starke Poul- us for this advice.

pi re. Get the mat SternbergH figure out that this shipment alone Try Farm, Starke, Fla. 10-28-21

II. O. Brown, of the internal revenue would net Mr. Stevenson about $1000.

department, Gainesville, spent Designer Patterns cost less Yet he I sends away barrels of pecans CALOMEL SALIVATES .

Sunday in Starke with his family. than others! and are just as good almost daily.A I I AMI LOOSENS!\ TKRTTIrfin
Bank of Starke
Jet them at Sternht'r 's.
Rust-proof ninety-days and Ful- new train the West Coast Very Next Hone of Thin TremlicrouM vY

hum seed oats ut Klckhter'a ll-ll-2t Mrs. J. \M. Brownlee, Miss Kliznbelh Limited, has been inaugurated by the I Jlrlllf( May Start Trouble "The Bank of I lelpfuf Service."

-- -- !> and Hugh Brownlee, Jr., Free Seaboard. It leaves Jacksonville at
whittllnln.J In.' It'stn
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Wynn and James William Brownlee 10 p. m., arrives Tampa l 5:51)): the next You know - - - - - -
Gainesville, spent Sunday. ut the home motored to Gainesville Saturday to morning, Uradentown, 7:25: p. In., Tt'rv; qulcknilver. Calomel is rlinverouH. _ _ _ U _ _ _ _" ,.,

of her father, Col. ,.. T. Weeks attend the football ame. Petersburg 8:30: a. m., Sarasota, 8 Rt.1 : It cniKheH in sour bite like

- -- -- m. It passes Starke at 11:15 p. m., I dynamite, crampinir and sickening/ ....-

fifiG is a prescription for Colds Hasn't Jones got a lot of good and but does not I stop here. you Calomel attacks the bones and I

Fever and LaGrippe. It's the should never bo put into your ny"-
most! speedy. remedy we know- .
----- 1 If you feel bilious, I headachy, con-

Mrs. R. D. Bass and littlte daughter stiputed und all knocked out, just proto

are in Live Oak, visiting her parents "THE FACEAT your druggist and get n bottle, oflralson's 1'
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dickart. _
Tone for few entswhich

Wonderful___prices u on Serpes at is a harmless veetalde u sulmtl- That Does Not Scorch Ce Rnbber""

Stump's, all colors. YOUR WINDOW"T tute for dangerous calomel! Take a

snoonful and if it doesn't start your

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee mo- liver and wlraiuhU'il you up butt.' andquicker
tored to Gainesville\ Saturday and TWO & FRIDAY Days than nasty calomel and without 40

were guests of her sister, Mrs. S. T. NOVEMBER 10:& ii I I making you Hick, just fro buck and Motorists often
Dell vet your money why some .
Mr. Don't take calomel l It makes you of "their casings and tubes do not i ,
Mrs. A. G. Murrhee and daughter- Special Music by Maxwell Trendell nick the next day; it loses you day's last
in-law, Mrs. Arthur Murrhee, were in work. Dodsori'c' Liver Tone straightens after having been vulcanized.The .
Brooker last week visiting Mrs. J. S. !SOME OF THE "HIGH SPOTS" OF \ you right up and you feel jrroat.
Kelly WILLIAM FOX. THIS SPECIAL: FEATURE No salts. nccesnary. Give It to the answer is simple to those who

C Presents When Ivan seeing Frank with children because it Is perfectly harmless UNDERSTAND vulcanizing. It is
I Kuth. row.evens.
Tanlac Is a splendid tonic and system .. and cannot Biillvate.--Adv-CO.!
I purifier, now selling at the rate -1 - ---- too much heat-..rubber scorched.We A
I J_ .. VI pen Ilardlnv. warned bv M....." of d.n.
of almost Ten Million bottles a year. I | Ser .,.fu... U di.ruu the wark.rarl..anre.. TUB Sl'KHENUER OK Tin: HUN d

Turner's Drug Store, Starke. "!: when Frank I. stabbed In the k"k b,. 0..
oO J minus Iv.n. (By Itenjainin Benson Lane) t
apply just the degree of heat
The B. Y. P. U. will have a wcnio Huth under the third .decree.aruultt.l. Written the morning of Armistice

roast' at the park, 7:30: Friday eve. lahor,nalli. hetwnn pelts end ".n'. vans In Day Nov. 11, 1918, at :3 I a. m. that is necessary for a perfect pieceof
i' hell
ning. All members cordially invitedto JI/--i .f I. work.
& h.n' ...r.., end '. There, in the hell. of biitttlo,
attend. -
: f I When Sullr'' IIndo herself There, in the air of flame,
.......1.. het.d by her ewe The forces of freedom struggled There is no scorching done in this

Visit the lOc table at Stern- Arrival l of th. 8lranc Forward, in Freedom' ,name.
berg's. 17 Seth .."... her to F.d.ra'' G..m. Till the Kaiser and his hirelings! / shop.
I I 1K'1'r.II mrnt 10 kern t". Hlr.n..r'. ...rrv.*.
1_ ... Hulk .. arm ltd end jailed.. Whipped on every front, Never discard an old casing or tube
Will Moitt, after a lengthy sojourn When Frank .ummnn. the Cried! to the man in Washington,
Am.riran '
in Kansas, is home on a visit to rela THE FACEAT T". relm .f terror begin Utlon. 'T..II your men to stop their hunt!" until we have first examined it. It

tives. His friends glad to Hirdlnc' hon and. ...
many are II f.rtair ere "'>n> be for miles
meet him. I 'oun Hnlli net* eel *n tier pen I... err.nd. Surrender every U-hoftt!> may good many of ser-
I ," i Th. ('ru........ alh.r In "t,.'. .."'....nw. Surrender every !gun! vice even when it looks worthless.
The name of Miss Elizabeth Andrews WINDOW ,I In(the atr t**. Humln hand' ,>f.,th IronnWerklby. /*._ Surrender every airplane! 'rDisurm

was unintentionally omitted I II"' .....". ./ City Hall and death .f .,.moll.,.,. every Hun! J
from ba MAX MARTIN author of I lie........ on Break up every army-
the sixth grade honor roll of! VOUTH-'YHE: HOUSE "' ... from "' ...","i'.r.r" A..n. 1A1'i. Now, and do not wait! TRY US FOR BETTER SERVICE.
the B, II. S.; for the first month. ,.. I The Whit. rah Int. ,h. ,.. .
dt ,
I Of GUASS-tMEATINS CHEATER;) Open every fort ells] ?
Th. battl. .. .
I at 4k barricade..
I AND OTHER BROSUCCESSES/ DWAY'w: 'b.n leu.h, Open' every gate!
C tarrral. Deafness Cannot Be Cuitd I the atrenger. t. ".,,. to erpox I

by local applll ,ma &. ti y eanuot Th. fliM' bet.*." Ivan and 0.'. Btran.... The word came thru this morning,

c.reach, rrlml. th. dy Unarm-, ,.vd p..".., ti?,( .the. nni'uii II r. Added Attraction Century The surrender of r the Hun! Batteries Repaired and RechargedFirst
tin Comedy
The land ,
treatment II ALL'S CA'JAlll.ll Is' mad with gladnessAt
C'atn/ChINI": '* """""i"10"1' riinuJ the word from Washington
Deafness Iw eau.d by un In "HAREM
'In "k UntaehanTub. lUC.,". IInlnar ot SCAREM" And hearts are warm and throbbingTo !: Class Work Only
the ; ( ..taW, "n thin. tut. .. Iw the jov that's in the air,
t Imp-feet inflamed Iv you he+rl bays'.ta. .n"a run e.en.IC hll'If I.sound entree-or ; 9 REELS Admission 25 & SOc 7:45 p. |rll.GA1Er'X I And hearts are warm and! thankful
1054.,1. lie e
the IT result' i niran Tn the brave boys over.there.
h. :fl"mmAtlnn CUll fus reduced, your THEATRE .
nlntt ..
thresh HArt the'C"h.blind "'n deetrnved INII'A.! :. ;' STARVE Surrencler'd every U-bont! Starke Vulcanizing Works

fares of the System. tttim rediidnK Surremlcr'd, every jl.'UtI'!
tlammntton'Ions and "wlorln" normal tor"nr'j COt'r': d WAN"A HAWLEY in -IIKK t'm"lT >I'KVKNT: !' Surrendcr'd, every all*(lllc.nel!
i prj. (.... "'.... All ay EDOIE POLO In "KIN: OF THE e'IIlCUW' Dmnrm'd, every Hun! R. Prop. Starke, Fla
r ; Cheney Co rTrl lo, . ..- -.----, Droken.every armyl! ? 4C"t?"'O;
They must put down every hate! I- -..rj -- r

l ( I

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f. dl9rl'i' f "'

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' 11' {t 1 1 I Bradford who wan not dead at all but very 'I in town Saturday.. I {*" ( >. rayable. 20 star after flat thereuf. -'Ij
Telegraph WEAK
h County i much alive Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch, of BLOOD wttta interest*.t the rat of fl per eetit per
I annum payable' aemi-annually on the tint day |
Worthington, pent Friday in Lake : j of January and July of each year. E.
liutler.I Which old bond wen I..".... for the pun FERRYMAN
1 :i Published weekly and entered as "SOME ADVEItTISiNG'Sunday's I .
i 1 I IS A REAL POM of emutruetln a ayatom of waterworks'
;' second class matter at the post I W. II. Lee spent Sunday in i and tlta. electric llghtlnjr plant of toe Town AT-10RNEY-AT LAW
{ Jacksonville. He was of Starke. Bradford "county" Florida STAKKC, FLORIDA
Florida. Tampa Tribune carried a accompanied Tlile the lot day of November A. D. 1921.
office at Starke
p I. 'II' special edition of 40 pages, eight col- i{ home by 11 rs. Lee, who has been in I D. C. JOJ>::ES. I
-- I the hospital for two weeks. 11-11-41-12-2. Chairman Town. Council.
I ] Her many JJARRIER ,
the I
S.fA umnH to page, making 320 columns -
.t' l. i rt' E. TTIIEWS, Editor and Owner advertising matter for the Tampa j i I friends are glad she is improving and i 1 ,__ _ __ _____ __________

t Hardware Co., of Trfmpa. "Prin-I[ canbe home again. mnMN; <; CHILDREN OFTEN IN I-!I II

1 C+r r. l f A fifteen year old negro boy was ter'g Ink" and "Editor and Publisher" j I Mrs J. M. Mann returned from a NEED OF (;UIIB'j<; .'}:P1'O- I II

"i y p arrested in St. Johns. county to answer i visit with her father, Mr. Howard, MANGAN I GENERAL INSURANCE
f pronounce it the largest single advertisement lot Ludiwici Ga. who
t- to the charge of absenting himself I'I has been sick.
ever printed by newspaper !, L. E. Parrish
any spent Saturday in Pa-
from school.. And Some children too quickly- H
I1 yet many in the United States.. ., Ittka. JJTOW HAROLD WALL
Northerners believe that tho education (I it saps' their strength. They lapse into
The Tampa Hardware Co. is one of A. E. Proctor spent Monday in I
t of the Is neglected In Flores I I careless, desultory habits, or develop
negro the largest and most progressive con. !,.I Sapp. j I a shrinking attitude. Their faces STARKE FLORIDA

ida. cerns of Its kind in the South, and Is ': Mrs. F. O. Itawls arid baby, of look pinched.The ,

3'' the only exclusive wholesale hard 'I I Worthington; were guests of Mr. and blood becomes overtaxed by too i I FiRE 'LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

j The person who ran invent a fountain ware store in Florida. It has built up I, Mrs. C. A. Huberts Saturday. rapid growth; and poisons from the i
: ti .
r ,, -i pen that wont fountain at the an immense business by 75 per cent Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith, of Dade system take the place of 1
time will leave Beads of City, are receiving congratulationsover
wrong money business ability and dealingand giving red corpuscles in 'trl'nA'then.//
:r for heirs to Palatka square the arrival of a daughter, born
; : fight over.- Red corpul'cle'are those
+' 25 per cent advertising.: The Sunday. The young l lady has been E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
a' t Times. Never you mind the fountainprint small town merchant, who grumbles christened .Elizabeth. particles that swim in blood and giveit ,
k ,;t ; ., brother. Leave them to those its color. Gradually that child loses
A E; when solicited for a few inches of advertising Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry interest in its play. OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

l I who are not as busy as editors lire In the local paper, should and Miss Shirley, of 'Florahome, Poor blood needs the building that I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
d Do like the rout of borrow lead
us- a spent the week-end with Mrs W. C.
think of this Tampa advertisement of the iron in Gude's Pepto-Mangan will
pencil and forget to return It Townsend.J. .
9of + 6.720 Inches Think of itt cost! Yes, give to weakened blood. Gude's Pep
H. Witch, of Gainesville, was a Spaulding Number Rote, Early Red Bliss Triumph and 'Irish Cobbler.. \Ve
I the advertisers considered the cost, to-Mangan! enriches the blood by increasing art
And now some fool board of tradeis business visitor here Friday now ready 10 quote contract price. for December and January delivery
censuring the Tampa papers because all right; but they multiply it by 1000or Dr. J. M. Mann and Lacy Douglasswere the number of red corpusclesand Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Maine grown, selected .red. Adair,
restores the blood by driving out
1 10,000, which they expect to reap visitors to the state farm Wed quantity and variety you will want.
did not the
suppress When
the poisons. the revived blood
as profit from the investment, know. nesday.
of the storm. They could put the work the becomes
gets to appetite
ing that there is no better investment Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Raiford, of Rat- Have made good with both the small gardener and far er and the onri KIO|
blame (in Jehovah for permitting the what a growing child's should be.
then advertising. ford, motored here Friday. plant thousand of acre ,Plant your fall crop with Martin' Hy Te.t Seeds and is.
affliction, for the Lord Is merciful to Your drugist has Gude's Pepto- sure results,
Mrs Ben Duke
r, the brainless. The Tampa did and Mrs. Barbara Manan in liquid or tablet form. The FALL CATALOGUE:
papers Dukes, of Five Mile I
LAKE: Iill'l'LEItbake were attendingthe
1 heroically. and none but an ass would fair Friday.Mr. name "Gude's Pepto-Manan" is on every Martin'a Fall Seed Catalogue is now ready. Write for it. Everyone interested

J, ; censure: for overdrawing the danger Itutler,-Nov. 11.-John and and Mrs. Brodu Mizelle motored package.-Adv.. in Florida fall and winter crop. should avail themselves of information contained..
in our de.criptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who send
+ rt' i, I while yet In the midst of it. Surrounded Ancil I'arrish, of Five Mile, were business to Lake Butler Saturday. day morning, returning to his home I i name promptly. Write for it toda,.. in titer,
i:,, by. calm It is easy to be judicial. visitors to bake Butler Satur Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, wall

tt' !.-Bromion Times-Democrat. day. a truest of Miss Kate Epperson during Sunday: afternoon. I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
Mrs Crews wife of F.
the weekend.Ranee .
I' A sad death occurred last Thursday -

't j r Who was It-Thackt'ray- evening at the home of Mr. Silas Andrews, of Raiford, motored M. Crews, died Tuesday morning af-

Johns. Mr. Johns was alone and his to Lake Butler Saturday.Tate ter a lingering illness. She leaves to
that when the French to be
try serious
'; J clothing caught fire and he was burned Denmark, of Raiford, attendedthe mourn her loss her husband and seven
+ then be ready to smile. No
no badly that death soon followed. fair here Thursday and Saturday. children, Mrs.V.! J. Hardee, of Brook-

!h doubt Charlie Chaplin thought so and His body was taken to the home of Eustis Crews, of Raiford, was in er, Mrs. J. O. McCormick, of Wildwood -

selected the broadest grin from his bin nephew, there to await burial, town Friday attending the fair. Miss Maggie Crews, Marion

.! I repertoire when the French government which was made at' Swift Creek Fri Miss Anita Richard, of Tampa, is and Andrew Crews, of Highland, R. I
4 t. of her sister Mrs"%: K. Rob
: presented him with the purple a guest ,
k L day.Tom L. Crews, of Hampton, and Glenn
( ,,61 ribbon of the order of Public Ins truei Hendrix of Five Mile was a erts.Mr. Crews, of Leesburg also several sisters I
tFSsr s ?t; "r tlon. That was stretching things a business visitor to Lake Duller Sat and Mrs. Willard Parker, of
tf New River in town and brothers residing in this [
L4 : little urday.Mr. were Saturday.Mr.
4 too far. Doing entertained is
+ and Mrs. Preston Williams, of and Mrs. Jim Brown, of Miller, state. The'interment took place on ] I THE UNIVERSAL. CAR
Jf i' I I almost an necessary as being educated New River, motored to Luke Butler motored to town Saturday. Wednesday afternoon at Long Branch'' :

J no why not award thin unsurpassed Saturday.J. Walter Knight, of south Florida, cemetery with services at the church :i

1-a "ai; laugh provoker the gold ribbon of J. Col son, of New River, motoredto was the week-end guest of relatives conducted by Rev. L. W. Kickliter of I

II the order of Public Entertainers? Lake HuHer Monday, here. Starke. I

"t.' ,t Mrs Greene, of Starke, wan a guest T. H. Rimes and daughter, bliss

% i' The irrepressible Senator Tom,Wat of her daughter, Mrs.! Maude Johns, Johnnie, of Dukes, motored to Lake .'I"EIIIE! i eI e.s & tt

son of Georgia( has caused an investigation Saturday. Butler Saturday.J. ,

e 111I to the truth of un assertionof Mrs hale !left Sunday morning for W. .,Andrews, Jr., of Starke at. Five Mile, Nov.--lit -Our commun :

his that a number of American soldiers Atlanta, Ga. tended the fair here Saturday.

In France" were hanged for alleged Gordon Johnson, of Five Mile! was Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of ity was well represented at the county
1 I. transacting business here Saturday. Worthington, attended the fair here fair last week, especially on chil-
crimes without court martial. ,
l Shep; Dukes, of Five Mile! was here .Saturday. drens day.
Mr. Watson claims to have affidavit
Friday attending to business Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke, attended Mrs. C. L. V'arnes aid: children, of

'.t proving B part of his assertions, while Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, was a the fair Saturday. Johnstown, ware weekend guests of

.4 the secretary of war and General Per- visitor here Tuesday. The Woman's Missionary Union met I her sister, Mrs! P. P. Dekle.

f? / :l t fching treat the matter with contempt. J.', M. Itlvers visited in Jacksonvillethis Wednesday afternoon in regular business Mrs D. I. Blume and Miss Ida

ln ,; !t The findings (lf the inquiry may disprove t week session. Blume were guests of Mrs Rhett

dl I I the senator's assertions, but it Hev. S. R. Proctor spent Sunday nt The H, Y. P. U. rendered a fine
I I : ( the State F'nrm Sunday evening.
t may loud to other disclosures( as to program Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Lake Butler .
', Sheriff F.pperson' and Col.!
J the treatment) of our boys in France.In W. T.
motored and
: Weeks, of StarKc, attended the Union HIGHLAND spent Sunday
( t any cane, little things like this. '
have their uses; they act like a warning ,
"" Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was attending Highland, Nov. 11-Miss Basic Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs P. I' Dekle spent r F.O. R.Oelmil
finger to all men) in governmentttervice. ) to business here .Saturday.Mr. : returned Tuesday! from a couple Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.B. With Pneumatic 7Vr .and Dimountablm Kimt

J Mclx'ixl! and sister, of Macclen- months visit with her sisters,.Mrs. L.: Duke.

ny, have rented the cottage recently Ardell and Rhett Drawdy went to '
T. E. Engebretaen; and Mrs. John Savage 7JCS More Earless
Jacksonville and Tampa ought to mealed by !Mr. and !Mrs B. I). Ilar- at Stuart ; Starke Sunday to attend circuit court >
be, and probably) fully In '
are sympathy |< I
II.Ardell J, I. Murr! motored to the which convened) there Monday.
with the C'fToit that is being made und! Khett Drawdy, Mr. and
by Ilruilford] ) und Alachua counties to Mrs. Davis, of Five Mile, were businehs I Farm Wednesday to help entertainthe Marcus Dekle left Tuesday for 'TpH AT the! Ford Cr.e-t nt'uckdo< :more for the ,:

build a connecting link between state visitors here Saturday. visiting wardens. Jacksonville farm* r c r tt.., merchant 13 proved by the great

Ii highways No. 1 and 1 2. This road, The ninny friends, of Mrs.! Seeber I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly) and daughters Mrs. P. I' Dekle was shopping in number of them row:: in daily use-that it does

t d connecting with highway No. 1 at King are pleased! to learn that she IIImUl.h : Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberly, Worthington Tuesday this ct less coat: ia shown by the actual figures!:

I Baldwin und with highway No. Z nt Improved after an illness of were visitors to Jacksonville Thurs P. P. Dekle was transacting business a smaller first cost and a much lower expense
several days:\ in Worthington! last week.
Gainesville,, would shorten the( distance I day. I for operation and upk er.
nob! Rivers was painfully injured J. A. Starling was a business visitor T. J. Dukes visited his uncle, T. II.
f 1 j between the state's two largest In the face and eyes Saturday morn. to Lawtey Saturday Rimes, :Monday\ I I The Ferd One-ton! Truck has proved a great

cities by something like 70 miles over ng by the explosion of un automobile! Traveling men from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy visited J, money saver, as well" as a labor bav; ?r. It has I
of the routes. tire.
present( or proposed
i any transacting\ business here relatives in Columbia county last solv.ed the problems! of economic transportation
'w It seems strange that the State Road Mrs. Nnnnin Lou Varnes and children ( Friday

1- Jl'l'artment in its!! proceedings up to of Johnstown, attended the fair were Messrs. Crooks, Hull, Gest, C week. between the farm and the city
I' 'iday. 1\(. Click and Jack G. W, Johnson is grinding cane.
I Briggs.F.
this time should have overlooked tho I
The Ford One-ton truck! has all the merits of the
Miss Lucille Varnes, teacher of the M. Crews and J. T. Mart were
r very great importance of a direct line Ford car, with added strength; for greater capac-
I'rarjnen school PUBLIIC
and several of, her visitors to Starke Friday.G. .
v sit' between these two cities. The two The drive of
ity. worm aluminum bronze gives
nipils, attended the fair !
county Fri ; II. Barker returned after
1 great railway systems operating he. dll' '. i unusual and positive at a low cost.
I ) My customers are hereby notified I! power very
tween these cities a visit with his sister, Mrs. E. S. I'
't probably accommodate Mrs. Julian Loadholtz and haby, of that after December 1st all' sales' in''
, more people than all other lines Jacksonville Carpenter, in Jacksonville. Come in and let us show you how the Ford
t were guests of relatives
of railway in the state combined. here Sunday.; J. I, Marr was a visitor to Jacksonville my meat market will be for cash on One-ton Truck will help you and save you moneyin
ly. I have been compelled to take thillslt.p
What Is true of rail travel would also Casper Duncan, of Gainesville, was Saturday your work.
here Ellis McCormick of on account of the difficulty of collecting I
for the week-end. | Manning, filled

ext Jacksonville Tampa to Harry Pinkston, Mrs. G. W. S, Warp his regular appointment at the Baptist my debts. The other markets IMPORTANT

?,(l t l lend a helping hand when it comes to and children, Worthington, were church! Saturday night and Sun- in Starke have adopted the cash system We ar* prepared to furnish the ford Truck equipped either "i
s : and I must do the same to be with Standard or Special Gouring. The Standard Gearing

I1Iy,, 4* ; how showing the present road department able to compete with them.Respectfully gives the truck a maximum of power. The Special Gearing I i-I
grievously their predecessors erred i increases the speed of the truck from five to seven

in Ignoring the importance of aII ROYAL GEORGE I miles an hour, converting it into a FastDelivery Car. I
L short line between' the state's two I
II p. s. MCMILLAN, )).1l.3t I

34'iJ I" i. i ) principal cities. PUBLIC NOTICE ( J. W.JANDREWS! JR., Dealer I I ,

2:1:1 : Hereby notlre Ji. nlven, that on Turailay., the <
,ta STUNG AGAIN I j 111 Bth day or IK-ccmlMT. ,
t I" 7 at 7 il)0) o'clock. Starke Florida. i
l> m the town council of the town of SUrke '
'i I in Bradford county, Florida I at the. council
I t + The other tiny ten doughty Duval rlmmbr In the town hall In the ..101 town of
I deputy tilicrilTs set out to I 8t rk", olll con.lilvr the refunding, by liwulnif ,
) t'J" county capture of refunding bonds
or otherwine. that
part of
... :
moonshine still that the .nd.' II a big had rrnmiintnl by thaw
e'I I certain bond -- - -- - =
l4 I ta.ued by the .id town of =
been reported as located in I Htarke, fitted; January 1, J902. mrffreicatlnir.

wa R" {l. swamp! After traveling many miles I .e .-. "' --- -
they reached the swamp and '

4. it, armed to. the teeth. After floundering Elberton Blue Georgia Granite j,

: along for a couple of hours, '
s THE STONE ETERNAL" Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
thl."' discovered! a hut from which fetid

!i iI'i smelling smoke issued. Here was And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make
1 (; : a sure enough still, and they, laid 1i I i i If your local merchant doe. not carry your want come rjere. Many women in your community ahophere. a, "'

,' 1 I siege, prepared for a sanguine resis MEMORIALSRenowned Our aim ia to at all times render good service, maintain a high quality of good and sell at smallest. I II 1

y.1 I tance. Creeping and looking thru I prices poaiibte.. Our .toc).. are equal in size, of any store in the state with the exception of one city. ,t I

i' "t ''I i a crack, thi,y found no pugnaciousrnoonahinere '
, f only a good old farmer, I I

t I i . '
lit busily employed in chewing tobacco FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand "

.J j and smoking a large number of hams

") ,ii .. 1 ,I 4 and sides of bacons (Exit). I EVERLASTING ENDURANCE .. Qua'ity11i' } :; ,

VF This reminds us of how, many years ,

Jff i ago every cog of the machinery of Three essential factor to be considered in buying monuments 1t 1\t\ ''

; justice in Ih"rail ford county was set in i; ij are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. ,t GAINeSV'LLE.FlORIDA'' S

': motion on account of the alleged mur1 RIATENESS. You have
h | i, the assurance of this :combi. \
r 1 I. der of a I ri'duHc, who lived in the nation when buying material. I

4 .1' r ., : midst of the lake swamp west of our All Postage Charges Paid ,By Us On mail Orders

$tI1l'k.". They, all went there a dark t COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. ' ,

I.night to hold un inquest, even the undertaker .....din. Manufacturer* of the Scout I 0-1 { .J I, ,,

i '; following! along*.with a con told Sptcial Ri pr.rr.ttiwe, f '"' An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experiencesd.'shopper..-

1I ,!t'' h. I'm. After many hardships they ar- W. ELLERY DAVIS I STARKE, FL." 1 I i-, Let her'shop' for you...Just write./; / "'".'I
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cheap things I full line of Ladies ))r--:;:;..->*, For they 01>1'11'lry fortress, oxen, and timber cart R. L. Lung \r

it for I am going Coat: Suits nnd Hats on And v.c'11 open every (gate! 3 miles northeast of Highland] loOatonil'e

read his ad. j : )' at Stern bergX Maxvillo, n ia. it*
i lith "LIKL' WAINU: incur .\\'ssLake. --,. --

Bits of Local I Miss Elise ;;:: I Kfliu llarrid, of the'Florida 1.OST-Extia( 80x3>4 tire-between d "

Health Aiuioviation DItlerOV.. 7, 11)91.! : Starke and Jaiksonville.
'I number of her
i and the subject of Maj. E. S. Matthews: t
1ay rpoke on
return to Sam
Uosenberg, Starke
Information evening', the ,
: You
at the school auditorium. The can continue to send me the
carried out in all of this worker and all liter 'Telegraph 1 still love Bradford andCONTRACTOR ixwive reward. 11-11-tf

ip .It E.u..wM4 Omr ? 'JI ,M..d .Jarye. I this pretty party used by the schools are sent county, Starke, and the people thereof -- )
1. W c..V '_ from the Florida Public Health and I always look forward to the AND BUILDEUWooJ -- '.1
I brick, concrete and painting .
coming of the Telegraph.
Hub.\I: '.Tii This work is made J'os- :
.killer for the Christmas seal sale which Yours respectfully, Plans mid specifications mad on
ten,. -w.w eW pain by
-- hurt notice. Prices reasonable, R.
W. E. WAIO '11 by the AMO-
M. Whitten, of Raiford, vas (In .Gun shells at Kickhter's. 11-11-21 letter sprains < every year A. Kooti, Sturke. ll-4-4t*
I matism.-Adv.Owing --- .
town Wednesday. Cold Cause urip cud intluenza -

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane and to the and Mrs.. C. F. Sayles, who have LAXATIVE PROMO( QDININE!:TnMrU. remove '" FOR SALE: CABBAGE) PLANTSEaily .,.
F A. Scott client Tuesday in Jacksonville A. H. Johns returned Monday from a court, Clerk visiting her parents, Mr. and MIUMI. There U only u 5v" nuh.irrt : Jersey and Charleston Wnko- I
attending to business. successful fishing trip and pleasant able to furnish G L. Peek left Friday for their :;. W.GROVE Bli>"..,,...,,n M t. arENTAWORD. field, $l.2.r per 1,000; 5,000 lots an.iover i..'
outing on Suwannee river in Miami. They were accom $1 per 1,000( ( F. O. B. Val- r ,
of the county
cypress syrup barrels at Kick. 1111 far as West Palm Beach by ,donta Ga. Klnsey Wholesale Plant y
liter's. 11-11-21. Col. J. C. Poppell of Plant City, will appear in our Louise and Julian Peek, Jr., %' Co. Valdosta Ga. 11-11.41 'f b, t' ,9

was in Starke the first of the week went to join their mother, Mrs. \1;.

Don'f fail to read Jones Hardwaread. visiting relatives and attending.! to C. A. Peek, who in in West Palm FOR: SALK50; ; acres of land on public .1 :

Farmer Brown. business before the court. section, has added on account of the illness of her road; 1 1-4 miles west of I
---- oflul'ar- cane to Mrs. Otwell. \ ; 40 acres in cultivation, 10 in
E\"Crwear- Silk Hose from $1 Hrfjal Society Embroider hibit at the Bank - -- J wood land) ; 5 acres in 2-year olil t iV
Package outfits on sale at Stern specimens are the McLane is dlOlnhili bit to .J
Sternberg's. - pecans; 2r<0 tree ready to sot; :3 :
up at berg's. this season and people to Rtarke. In the For FOR SALE-Cheap, one fine young: acres in f fine strawberries (Ji nod '

See' our line of beautiful hats.Stump's. fertility of the Stream he has the following Jersey cow. G. h. Nl'WIIIH1tlll''I\ -. dwelling house and barns. Prir I'
Serge cloth, all (colors going i (' : "Florida Bass Come n-n-tf. light. '"T. Wulnwright, l.awtey, 1 .
cheap at Stump's.Mr. It's time to (', Flu, whole we catch them I Flu. 11-11-21 \

A. B. deMontmollin, of Montgomery" for that new 0 to 12 Il>s. Finest black LOST-My opal stick pin, last; Tues- ,
Ala., spent the week-end with his and Mrs. J. J. Smith have moved jour measure fishing; In the country. I fur. dayThe finder will bn suitably i Only One "nr oll'o QUININE" 1 t

sister, Mrs. J. R. Davis buck to Starke from Waldo, and Sternberg. guides: boats, conveyances and rewarded David Lander. I To art thr BPmtlnr,cull (or full name, AJC4-
Mr. Smith is again employed in the I'ampint'qlipnwnt.. Write I KKOMoul'lNlNK' l.onklciriiiijiiat.iicolIt
. 1..l.o..1. In One I '
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.POIt. '
Western Union telegraph office. Tanlac, that Starke Fla." There FOR SALE-Four yoke of big gentle W ( ",,
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. nudin ton. of McLanc, lUu.b mid heatlHLlir. and work1 off "1. l- .4
Middleburir, were the guests of Mrs. make you eat overdrawn in Mr. McI.nno'K
You should read the Jones Hardware sleep better and
bass weighing over
Emma Richard Saturday. as - - - - - - - -
by Turner's Drug
-- advertisement and see what fine have bren caught in our vn - - - - - - - -
1 Is things they keep. I'll read it myself
Tanlac, the celebrated medicine Mrs. D. C.
now sold by Turner's Drug Store. Samantha Brown. 1 Perryman, ,.
has lately acquired a
Starke. >
an's1 Club of Starke ,
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long and little of land on Orange street, reach- StartA t

Mr. M. Luck bookkeeper at the< daughter Annie, of Palatka, mo- I ville Tuesday to the way from First to Sec
tored here Sunday and have been the meeting: of the
State Prison Farm, was a business ' A small house! on the
jests of Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S. Woman's Clubs
to Starke Tuesday. remodeled and is oocu-
visitor ) was
E. Brownlee. ville they will be
by himself and family until a
J. E. Wilson.
Former State Senator A.' D. Andrews Mr. and Mrs Grover Goodman and lesidence! can be built. Mr.

of Raiford, was among the children have moved here from Ocala, Mrs. F. A. is a skilled plumber The .y

court week visitors to Starke. and are occupying the Manning cottage morning for New about plumbers losing tune Bank Account

in the southern portion of town., will attend the to the shop after tools:! for ,
The latest creations in millinery meeting of the \\ cannot be applied!! to him for

at Stump's.Mrs. Get rid of that nervous, fretful :feeling New' Smyrna she !.''' all his tools along on his

Brace up. Take Tanlac and I to spend a week !"1 SujH-i-I'niiro limousine. Nei tt
Truby E. Murrhoe, of Mai inn will look everybody in the face I I
na, tipcnt Sunday here with her moth with you a umile. Sold at Turner's DrugStore I dllujt'hter.V.. A. work nor his prices are ever E** Starts bank account with us and we will help you

er-in-law, Mrs. A. G. Murrhee. Starke. I who arc teaching 1 1I faultt ith. make it larger. We are equipped to care for your deposits -

with absolute There is function of
safety. no a
Tanlac, the remarkable remedy ev G. M. Inman'has sold to G. E. Wood,, I Sampson lake
eryone. in talking about Is sold by'' of Palatka, the old Kick liter place, and those who 666 bank we cannot perform. Every facility afforded to e ,

Turner's Drug Store, Starke. just< across the Clay county line. This had ]better hurry farmers and other.for transaction of their banking 1'

I is the :fourth time Mr. Tnman has sold weather continues business Accounts may be opened by mail and mon. '
Joe Don Newman, of Waldo, spent will have hrl.akI ("old. .I'over and v
ermen /
this place.] deposited withdrawn in this with
the week-end as the guest of Mr. find es or way equal fac-
sary water for quicker| t than iiiulliini.
Mrs. G. C. Sweat. preventing pnctimoni ility. There are scores of young men in Bradford county -
I Miss Adine Watson has been to them. ,
like City where she took the teach 1,'. I who should start a bank account. The dimes they
Arrow Shirts from $1.50 up at er's and make second ----------- throwaway month if bank would
examination a Monday II. L. every brought to our
Sternberg's.Syrup I grade certificate. Miss Watson is doing nine standard bu :NO'T'ICE: make them independent<< as they reach the noonday of

labels will soon be neeJod. j ford good as teacher in the Rai I'hiladelphin. By iIce Poultry Farm wants 100 life. In fact, every person who has a dollar should I '

Get them printed in time at this of. weight. marked on IKCUS"A. of corn. Will pay C0* per tart a ba k"account.Try it and you will always thank
fice. I W. Douglas Shoes are downin l the ruling price' of dolnerc-d to the Slarke Poul. us for this advice.
to figure out that Staike, Da. 10-28-21.* ?
price. Get the mat SternbcrgH! : ,
II. O. Brown, of the internal. revenue would net Mr. --

department, Gainesville, spent' Designer Patterns cost: less Yet he sends away ) fm, foAJ.1"; l 'ATE4 I .

Sunday in Stiuke with his family. than other I and are just as good almost daily.A I i : I ANI IOOSKNS:: Tisl': I'ii ,.
-. Jet; them lit Sternberg's.Mrs. I Bank of Starke"The
Rust-proof ninety-days and Tul- ---- new train ; ('r>' Next l hose of ThN Treadi.

ghum need oats at Kickliter's ll-ll-2t .1. M. Brownloc. Miss! Elizabeth Limited, has been Drug :Mnv Start Trouble I Rank of Helpfuf Service"

nnd Hugh lirownlee, Jr., Five Senhimrd. It \' I
know vliat cnlnmel Is. It'll
Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Wynn and James William Brownlee! 10 p. m., arrives l :J 1 - - - - - -
Gainesville, spent Sunday at the homo motored to Gainesville Saturday to morning, : ; inkHllver.| [ ralomi-1 is dan - - - - - -- - #

of her father Col. W. T. We<.ks.fififi attend the football, game Petersburg 8:30: a. < <. It crushes< In sour blip like .

-.---- -- ----- Ill, It passes' < Rta : ( I', era nqing and, l 1III'1If'11inr., .
is a prescription:; for Colds Hasn't[ Jones got a lot Fever and La(>rippe. It's the I I
bo into
.ever put your aye
most:; speedy_ remedyve .
_ _____ I cc I feel bilious, headachy! ---1
Mrs. R. D. liana and littlte daughter and nil km kcil
are in Live Oak, visiting her par THE .. druggist. and get a _
ents, Mr and Mrs. C. P. Die knit. '
r"rI few ccnti
" Liver
- --- That Does Not Scorch Co Rnbber
Wonderful prices on Serges at is a harmless< vertitble sulistl .

Stump's all colors. AT YOUR WIN d"njt'erullftlloml.l.. Take /I

and If it doesn't start your

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lirownlee motored THURSDAY & FRIDAY straightest, yuu up licit ': and i a.'p
to Gainesville Saturday and TWO ( than nasty calomel and with
were guests of her sister, Mrs. S. T. NOVEMBER io;& ii you sick, just go back and Motorists
Dell. money. often wonder why some

take otlomol! It makes you of their casings and tubes do not
:Mrs. A. G. Murrhoe and duughtvr- Special Music by Mr. Maxwell next day; it loses you n clay's last after '
In-law, Mrs. Arthur Muirhee, were in DodHon'H Liver Tone straight having been vulcanized.
Brooker last week visiting Mrs. J. S. so MB or IIIK < right: up and you feel great
Kelly a WILLIAM FOX. THIS SPKCIAI : necessary Give it to the The answer is simple to those who

(Piesenta I"hn '"""' s.eng Fr. because it Is perfectly harm- UNDERSTAND vulcanizing. It is g
Tanlue is a splendid tonic and system on.n.. cannot s"lIvatf'-Adl'--69.
purifier now selling at the rate I J--- when llardlnr. warned ------ too much heal---rubber scorched. .
of almost Ten Million bottles a year. W.'. ,du... |.. dluuu Ih. SI'KKKNDKK: OP Tim! It tIN

Turner's Drug Store, Starke. ft. ,. T WMn Fnnk I. .
/sloes Ivan. Ry Benjamin Benson l..alle) We apply just the degree of heat
The B. Y P. U. will have a wcnio Ruth under Ih. third the morning of Armistice

roust at the park, 7:30, Friday eve ,labor 11.1,. h..n anon : Nov. 11, 191K at 3 a. m. that is necessary for a perfect pieceof
ning.. All members cordially Invited Ii .i fJ 11-1-fJ. work.
to attend. h...'. arrest and .... in the hell! of bntttle,
: When Ru"1'flndl "". in the air of flame,
There is
M.pte.Arrival '(' of freedom struggled no scorching done in this
\. Visit the lOc table at Stern- of lh. Rtr.ntrr. in I'm-doni'it name,
" ber 'H.Will Ruth ""'" her *.m... Kaiser and bin hirelings: shop.
I 1118 aIii meet to .Inn lh. Hlran. .
(I.. on front I
Ruth I. arrested and Never discard an old casing tube
Moitt, after a lengthy sojourn ; When Frank) ,....m..... to the. man Washington, I or
in Kansas, is home on a visit to rela THE FACE The rrlin of 140'00'1.. ) men to stop their hunt!" until we have first examined it. It
tives. His many friends are glad to I .rdint'i horn and .. .
a meet him. AT YOUICby I I Ruth ..U e.' on her every U-boat! may be good for many miles of ser-
I Th. ( vath.r every gun! vice even when it looks worthless.

The name of Miss Elizabeth Andrews WINDOW In('h.'Itr .1.I....the.... Ilurning h.n" .f af.i . d..r every alrplanel! ',, .
was unintentionally omitted atnrming .f City: Hall every Hun! '

from the sixth grade honor roll of MAX( MAtlClM lULiJuJ.qt 14arana, ne .11I1...... .. up every army- TRY US FOR BETTER SERVICE.
EYES OF VOUTH-TME MOUSE m'" from distant .... and do not wait!
the B. II. S. for the first month. i iV I The Walla .
Of SS'-tMEATING CHEATERS'AND Th. : fortncus! ..
I b.lll. at 4h. "nri.
OTHER ROAOWA)' When 'Iu.h. .hln. every gate: ] l Deafness Cannot Be Cut cd SUCCESSES (5. htrkng'. ..u. t. h.'.

by! local appth' !!' ...'1, .u a ttt y cannot The ((1(1,1. ".....n Ivan came thru this morning/',
reach ..
the d" '
', Cm irrlial liuurn 5 ., g!of., "the,n,.n e I.,"r Added Attraction, Century of the Hun! Batteries Repaired and Recharged
I lro alnmnt. HAULS CA' I Is mad with gladness
::1L:.; ..IC'IN: '" coiiBtUurlonal' ninoi)
I I word from Washington
i hal' ,
Deafness IB caur..1 by nn In "HAREM
anmrd,k.. """"Uon of the mucuui' lining at I are warm and throbbing First Class Work Only
i'achlan Tub en I"I
run issound joy that's In the air
have a Ml or
I Vn 9 REELS Admission 25 &
:mp-rfort. h..11""If." rn* ..;;:.I'n,, Jt Is crfi-' SOc : \ are warm ami thankful
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a.1) l* .u s re.nlt Unless :
h.t.!nfl ."im"tion inn >i.. reduced yourH"L'II" bravo boys over there
y ...... h" d**I1'oVC'd' GAIETY THEATRE ST
'8 CATARRH l y \: ' U-bont'! Starke
hn"lII'h the hind' ."'''''. ''tilllf'OlJ every : Vulcanizing Works
tarq nf !
the "v"lem'htm rrrtiirln' every Irlltl
oreve"j ) IIAWLFY '
; in -IIKH I I-'WST
( 1,oneCirculars matlon, and '..'orlni normal Saturday : : every altfylune! Burrow I '
EUIJIK: POLO l" -KINf OF R. : Prop.
tree. A" Pret5ete' IIIK: ( every Hun! Starke, Fla.
: F. .1. Cheney A: Co Tcledo' ; Ohio. -. .. .. Breken every army! -J!B i V, . r
They must put down every hatet+ ...- .. oil!

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I : !1 -LU1IIKK \\ IL'OIS!' :': KILI.ii: ItV defied the authorities. lie roamed -

________ 1 I t orricKiis between Lake, Osceola I'ulk and Cr- I one S1QGOQQQDAID 1

ii tinge counties, where the sheriffs of eleveltu :

; r I I li mped (Umvlct' and Outlaw In !Shot all four counties have sought: him I II Th. _

i y i i'r I' : t 10 Death while, tt""j..linltttt..1 l Is said that he had a camp I FOR VETERANS **
'. ar the coiners of the four counties.

'''a Luther ,,Wilson chile Hired 33, es- The tent had accommodations for I, I '

la raped convict and outlaw was' hot eight people. The camp was locatedon 1. I IE

A'' ) ? i to death while resisting' arrest at u a hammock, surrounded on all Red Cross Provides Friendly : .' :

t south of Cler- .sides by open 11I'8Iriand the observation .
y miles
point Service of Many Kinds to
?$ tower was u pine tree some J
!y'I mont Tuesday evening.Laht
'I t week former sheriff T. C.riinyth M fet high.: This camp was visited Army of Disabled. ..1-, *
once by Orange county authorities, i' -
ajj : U ; was defendant in a suite
for $5,000 I but found that their movements had
; hroueht by J us'ph1180n '"
arrest in }been: observed and the occupants had BULK OF WORK BY CHAPTERS
l damage for false connection t' !4"" "
1 i with the charge on which hi.hroth..r departed It is believed that other '" ,
tins pent up for life at Hal- I outlaws were II) this camp for it is - .. .. .....''

i , r ford. The trial was hotly contested I said another )prisoner escaped with 2,397 of These Are Helping Ex- .'. .'. ; t ki

'll ,'s I ]McFurland and N. 15. K. I Wilson. .
Hong. Mat
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I Every precaution was taken at Ta- I Service Men Obtain Benefits b
,I Pettinprill, of Tampa f'prI"Hl"nt"dWilAon '
a,+.'M' and lion. Ed Davis) and local I area Tuesday night to guard againsta U. S. Provides.One :
Mr. Smyth raid to secure the body, guards being -
attorneys represented ,
MyI who is now clerk! of the circuit court stationed at all points leading to' 'Three VIRGINIA

k N'D, rl ll i : i "if Lake county. Incidentally the the town. Everything was quiet ': BURLEY field of It,.d. Cross service atone,
1' ? jury awarded. Wilson one cent dam Wednesday and it l Is believed there that of tisBlsllng. disabled.veterans' ' of 9lthoa

{ f aces Naturally this trial brought will be no further rtouble.-Eustis Gentlemen TURKISH the World \\'III',
1 t out many of the Wilson clan from Lake Region.IIL'KIKI. The perfect Mend of the three $),I HIIKHJ, ) greater than the aggregatereceipts ,

south Lake county and it is presumed ----- -- perfect cigarette tobacco of the Annual Hull Call ol1ICU

that during! the week when witnesses : ) MYSTERIES in one perfect cigarette ): the American Ked. Crona nn

;; i were present that there was a I jioiiureH lu a htatemeiit urg'nu' n widehprcud .
of Luther How old i is man? How far back does
leak to the
xA all M oneelevencigarettes Increase In 'membership, ut th.
P human history dllt..1'h'rc was the "'
d Wilson. Annual I full l'1I11.U"'IIIII..r:': 11 to 24 i e10*
the information Sheriff first civilization ? Expect important rim
Acting upon At the time ':National': I lendcjiiaiterH
; Cassidy" sent out Deputies) C. W. revelations soon. Scientific_ expedi-
I and II. C. Cash to bring in tions galore are digging into the and the miution-wlde chain. ol
Cooper '
r ) I the escaped convitc. As circuit court earth, seeking to unlock the secretsof Chapters.. of the lied. cross' Is speed ) The' Red Cross spending

4 tween and in Pam-o and Lake and the past. 20for15@Jc.J Int: approximate' $$1O.11l1l'.IIl( unmanly Ten Million Dollars aYear

was in session the sheriff could not What they seek is truth about your i I fur the relief of disabled ex-service +

5 1 I undertake! the hazardous task with primitive' man to work up to that men and their: families, while the UKgretfiite ' .. to'help the ex-service man.

hjs fearless deputies. stage of civilization ? I E : =. 44e#, .:" receipts from last .veiir's toll '

p ,h Cooper) and Cash left their car on Prof. G. G. McCurdy digging in AVt. CallAcre approximately $<1KHIHKI.,( ) : and his family}! : .
a f the main road and walked some five "France, sends to the Yale museum a It is In the 2.2"ut!) \ I the! 3 3M
y y 4 miles off beaten paths through several human skeletons which he estimates CroiM ChapterH tutu Mill, are helping: Jl111uall./Calf'-JXQy.u.-4'l921:

swamps and underbrush through .the are at least oO,000 year old. solve the.. veteran's problem' of adjusting ;

wild country klown as Green Swamp. Some scientists think man emerged not guiltless.To himself to a noriuul'ilvlllun, status

l b When they approached Henry Walk from animal form and began to walkon confer a little by courtesy is not that the greater purl of the cost of this -==- ..

_ j j er's house they saw Luther Wilson Ina his hind legs and use his fore legsarms a kindness to the victim. Doubtless service Is borne Of the .total') him To bring before the country .In dual form the vast problem .It I. helping
for his tools about
Ford car driving in their direction ( ) fashioning the American Red Cro. has prepared for Its Annual Roll Call
Colonel House would have been savedhome Sprit for veterans' relief last. )ear, to solve,
e They headed into the rutted roadway 525,000 years ago. I how rather than diminishing the total of
I chagrin had he not been thuspresented. National Nov. 11 to 24, a potter showing
Headquarters expended' a total
: and with leveled Runs called up'I Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, Eng- i It has been the custom in World War veteran. entitled to Federal' aid continue to grow. Red Croii
I. j lish !scientist has devoted his life to of more than $2,0HIKHvhlle: ( ) ( ) I ticreniiilnliiK
j' on Wilson to surrender. Instead' hey states for to Service. to these men It coiling; $10,000,000 year.
1 Ir'I studying ancient history. lie has one I tome governors appoint disbursement of upproxluiately '
jammed on tile brakes of his car, I civilian staffs and in such the -
_ l F of the oldest Bibles in existence and cases $7,000,4N( )) represents the run
1 reached for his Run beside him and civilian never is less than a colonel. Red Cross Trains Red Cross Gives
in a second had the gun raised to its marginal notes convince him that trlliutlim of Chapters In I this countrywide
AVe boast of pacific disposition asa
our I i
shoot, but wax a second too late. Two the oldest authentic date in human nation. If the profession is genuine effort to assist the GoveminentIn 147 Blind Vets $310,000 to Aid
face and history is 13,040 15. C. ((15,501) years j b '
1 loadof buckshot entered his provldliiK the aid sorely needed )
do not need
5 'l4 j' chest He died I stantly.I ago) when Aryan tribes moved into ffleers.we It is not honorary democratic.military Besides these! men and their Iii ndlles. In Useful Work 'Clean-Up' Drive
northen India.
+; The brought the body onto
M I it serves' no )purpose.-Gaines- An Ever Expanding Problem
${ in I ;, Tavares about, 8 1'. M., and a jury Lord Clifford says the great Noah'sArk ville News. Thud the problem' of the disabled Training designed to fit (them for the An appropriation of S310otKi furRed
flood occurred
was empanelled I. viewed the body, after years ago. service( man IN ever-expanding' 1 and battle of life wan taken l by> 147 blinded '' Cro.s work In ('onn"l'lIon111 h the
Persian I
i He describes it as a Flood
which it turned to
was over an jiroliably will not reach tile peuk before ..x- (O" Ic'e men nt the lied Cross Institute "clean-up" cnmpalKii Instituted L> tliGovernment
exceptionally severe, but quite local SAMPSON! CITY
I" undertaker at Kustis.
for the Klltul, near 1Iullllllort!, to bring, the claims it all
caused by the overflow of the Tigris HI:!;,. Is the assertion. of well-In
Wilson leaves a wife and child. He Md., during the fiscal year lii'JO-l'llJl:! : disabled service men who are emltMto .
formed Government cifl'Ulul and that
and 1
was a well educated man and carried Euphrates Sampson City, Nov. 11.-Mrs. R. according to the report, of the Institute Federal aid before. the proper. gnverniuent <
,' the lill"! !\ Itt'Ii Cross. (<< ' It
is wrong. That Delugewas : 'hnpt' '15 retciird .
i an honorable dicharjre from the United Burrows and son, Willie Clyde, of fur that period., bureau for action has. heen
States> navy as' an able seaman. world-wide is proved by the fact Starke, spent' Saturday and Sunday as their most I Important, work Is evidence 1 Of this number, 10 have (tone on to made by the Anierlcnn Jtpc'l'o"! ,

He was born in this "(section as therein that Aztecs Chinese, American Indiana with her sister, Mrs. W. II. Sloan. thut the expimxloii Is In now' Isetoullned other Institutions, In almost every The Executive: Committee. ,i the

s; 'I I, a large family Wilsons that and other peoples! have myths to a pill,'llelilnr( section\ but Is. casa to Institutions,," '" those having American Red Cross In imiklnt\
a 4 have lived for many generations be- about a great flood that occurred at \Mr. Drown has returned to his homein on the coutiary. nlltlllll-\\, 1<11'. At the sight are reeelvliiir advanced., education. appropriation\ authorized the iiiproprl' "

,' 'i I Orange counties that time. Chinese even go so far as Jacksonville after upending some end of the fiscal >'!ear, June !all. I'.rJl! The blind, en-service' men who fit Ion of $.13,1:; K10 of this sun I ti 'he

,( 4r!I The crime for which Wilson. was to claim that their emperor Yu, hud time here with Mr. and, Mrs. W. S. there, were( 2.i.I". :)( "l disabled, service men have entered. siuh Institutions, l are pro- American Legion to defray" Hi ';
I to cut through the Wu mountains Nabb. tided with speeliil tett-hooks! In of the Legion. > ,<
a 4 ; sent to Raiford for life occured in a gorge In the l.flirj):! l'IIII.I11I1e'I! Piil.ll. pense< repri" hi ntntlvv
Pasco County in 1fl1' He criminal to let the water run out to sea \Mrs. Hogan Smith is very ill at lirallle, rending. vvhlih they were assigned. to time various district' at f
i lleiilth !Service, Contra. and Government
ly assaulted n sister-in-law blackening most ancient ancestors. writing. taught ut the Ked Cross" Institute.TweUe the Veterans, Ilureau.The .
;s !'4 I + :.. his face to give the impresion Excavations; made this year indicate Mr. and \Mrs. W. C. Hunt spent Hospitals. and Soldiers II"II'H.alld men have passed' i from, the remainder of the appnm> >

,I e : that a negro had I committed the crime. that the age of man in history has !Sunday with relatives and friends in'' that niimher IK Increasing at a Institute to siK'ceKnfiilly. carry on some I wax nuthorl/.ed for. fippirtl' urn

IV h :: The woman recognized( hiM voice. He heretofore .been. underestimated. Hampton. rate ol l.niid' u month.ThoiisaiidH occupation or business for which they among the several lUrlslou." the

was' arrested 'and placed in the( Pasco University of Pennsylvania's' archaeological Messrs.! ,, C. H. Rb..rtllalltl son, Roy, nf these. men receivingmedlciil were. fitted hy 1 s I,'elulhit1ulnu, A few Ited Cross for tarrjlni, : on ilmi' "II

1 county jail, where he escaped! lie was expedition cables from of Graham, were in town Sunday Ireatiiient" comperiHiitlon' and' have withdrawn from. the Institute because of the 'clean-uli'| work thin l ,11'"

::4 was trailed through swamps but lost Palestine that it has cut II trench Mrs Sara Jones attended church at voriilliiiinl, triilnlng from. tin Government ; of .poor I'h'lIll'l1lconrlllllln,' 14 are rertly upon. the. Ked 1 Cross, 'irg

I in the wilderness Utter !Sheriff T. C. down through the eight cities buriedin Graham Sunday. \ todiiy. Murlcil" their efforts, to receiving further. "training. on the

Smyth and Deputy, H. Wilcox took layers under the ancient city called Kay McKinney, of Graham spent obtain them through/: the Ited Cross. job" und 87 are still In tniliilng.: I Young America

r t up the trail in south Lake county, believing Ileth-Shan! in the Bihle. Sunday here.Among Chapter The Chapter' acting as the

I he would return to his wife The buried, fity ut the bottom of the the victors to the county distillled, man's agent! In (lilting against Red Cross Plans Sends Vast Relief

es and child. In attempting to arrest heap) dates hack at least 4f>0() years, scat were<< Messrs. Curl Wynn, W. J.Robemon the Government'' Inr""III'l.tll." man us to

+ t him on 'July 4, 1)19!) Wilson lIrulnprm'd relics are dug up, showing that its J. I). Sloan Uloxham Pur-I the procedure' necessary to gnln for $6,000,000 Effort To Needy AbroadVarious
in iron bronze, brass rish, Millard Varnes. and S. Thomas. ,
worked ,
himself the )people
despeiado by resisting
him that 1 which I Is provided l him l by
und 1III1'bll" 1.'nkilIiam", of Hawthorne, is I To Save ChildrenMedical l
ariestr and l killing Wilcox.ShprilT pottery
I .
IVilei'iil statute. His application's. forcompensation I relief l projects of the 'mi MAnierlcnn
Smyth barely escaped his dangerous )Remote antiquity seems to be, u spending a few days here with ('(.111-
1 'lucillenl t 11"'lIlno"lIt and Red Cross In Lmcr: III
and sure fire. closed book. To certain extent it is tives.Math care' and' clothing for thousands countries resulted In helping i 110
training (I'dItll\ the aid ;
are prulmrly
Wusdin und Bessie Abernathy
\ Wilson again made R get away und due largely to destruction of the most ,' of children] In Central and Hnst- destitute. children, during tin list tl<
of the Ited Cross ''II..lpi-.
armies. of Graham spent Sunday after. '
months Inter In the am'lent'I'it by invading outlined
two was pasco lII era Europe are as the activities cal year, according: to the nun u
.15 i county jail. The question is still But scientists can dig up a brick or noon with !Mrs. W. J. Uoberson. Many Forma of Aes'stance?' ( of the American lied Cross In port of the American. Ked < mud its

debatable. whether the authorities apprehended bronze tool here, und a petrified bone Ray Goodge: attended, the fair at If there Is. delii ly before. the man's Kurope' fur the current year, mivs n that period The growth of tin i d-

i'tl t 7 him, for it was evident! \there, and, with detective. skill, piece lake Butler Friday night claim( Is. acted upon, the Heel Cross statement on the eve of the Annual \ties of the Juniors alinmd ifesled

that he desired! to bo tried on the lesSer the clues together and, reconstuct the Dr. W. E. Middleton and, Miss Itais- Chapter. ]lends. (the mini money to meet( Itoll Cull of the organization. These by n\ comparisonhli. ( <- > >

crime. J In Pnsc-o county he. was past.The den were professional callers here on ,the Imperative' needs of .himself. und actlvltlrs, supplemental'( to the feedingoperatlcius this figure\ Is. JiKI.Ono( Iii"rgot 1 III >

;a "' r tried for criminal assunlt and I"lv..ntw..nty Frenchman Cherveuu spent) Sunday. his. ,dependent" of the Kiiropcnn ICellef of I the previous. /tlncal }"" u

,. years nt Kaiford. After n years investigating all information 1,. A. Wynn of Sturke, made a business :Mci-t vital In the man's gaming fullbenefit Count I of which J Ilerliert. Hoover I Is The' :National I Children's. T'lac If

short period the. Luke county authorities about Adfim and Eve He decided that trip here Tuesday .. chairman: lire designed. to 1 provhhi, the by school. (children' member, < 'd
J. J, Cain of Louise, was a guestof from the (Government's: ", cure IsIvccplntrhlH must. aileqiiute and balanced. relief Stl.
i ,,, secured a writ mid he was they were created on Friday shortly Junior American" fed ( 11""
brought to Lake county for trial for after 4 o'clock In the ufternoon. That his sister, Mrs. \\'. H, Sloan Tues ndndfreefrarmworry, about within the, resources of \private' ,phi,:' drawn" upon for iHJt.V: ( for. (ilie >neels. >,'

the murder of Peputy Wilcox He is interestingthough\ : like most history day. hit Ii nine.. Keeping( the veelun'a family lanthropy.Through. Receipts for the Nutln ''tdun's .

P I was found guilty and sent to Kaiford d..hutublo.-Pc'nllacola Journal. from hardship of every '' kind nnd the establishment\ of child' Fund during the last fI'L ,fl

s R for life. This trial und\ conviction Informing. (dm of Its welfare Is anothir welfare stations In the centers, of population totalled $1i!'>.,::117.
,'" province of I the Chapter. Free of those countries. I"'r,, adequate .
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cured. in November, 1 i>\10.He KM: \KUASSEH HY TITLEA .
i 1 from fear on this score' the man's re- mil, ..itil care Is not now obtainable America Succor Russians
by Tt the American Tied. Cross , 'c'1
plansto inedh'
made his escape from Kaiford recent publication tells of the ,(\'t'r1111,1 advancement, usually l Is Fooil, clothing and '
the tnedlffit.. assistance needed , I1
provide oiling $TNXiil( ) has been (Ir
some months Inter. I It is said that confusion of Colonel House when in i 111'1,1.| .
restore these, children "
to to n normally the Anierlcnn' lied Cross rot
he was given a horse and rifle and Germany as the representative of livery: month during, the lust year,
healthy life The sum of $ilHM.IKHI ,- snits' ef Ittissinn refuuce
-ti'is plated) ), as guard over other prisoners. I I'rc'Kld"nt'i"n., when German army the Amerl'iin Ked, Cross, has givensenbe ( ). him been tiiude available for last y<<-<\\r lu Coi'staiulnouu' 'v trclultr.
t II iis evident that he had u horse in officers sought to consult him on military of line l Kind or another to annveraire this work, .

rf $ his possession, because the horse wasp subjects. Because be was givena of 1211,121.1:!! :! : former" service nonnnd
+ recently returned to I Kaiford by )Deputy assumed
military title the Germans
Kills their families. An Indication of
Cash, who has been )Wilson's knowledgeon ,
that he possessed expert
7 ) the eMent of the fulth reposed In theIted President
trial for many months, military subjects. They could notcomprehend .Hardin.v
1" Pain t'rogs Chapter. Is to be found, In .
tie ,' i I r'or more tiiiin\ u ).t'llt'illlon has his explanation that a .
the .
+ fnct that thenere" !VWVII4!> recucHt -
I af -" military, title is conferred<< pro honore Instant Relief from Scalds for frlendl.v, I'III the solution
Heads fled Cross
r, . I'Iles Curjtf: it ". to 1 I4 l"vK on every Southern gentleman, "sah," Burns Cuts Wound etc.Conlaini of persniii'l' problems' ,,
;II' lmrllealat.rer.ednl. \ ? "% i I. 1 I',4nofKr'CNrfnll' : :! of whether he could give ,
; regardless
1 I' ,..0..11.1111.. .* . 'I I ', ulitl. t',', M A leoltal. AtlJt or Pfpatr.Ihrnrmlfr 448 Workers in Hospital,
. .. awkward
command \
11110\''n'' n l I.> "I I I V II \ the first UoLs NOT SMARTfiT While the .
....If... He told them he had made limn .prior to entering
spuad. Government" care deals larwly' with the
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44 ASPIRIN I but all his attempts had been futile. Painful injuries often result from with I the service provided 1 by Naflnnitl >

I The explanation curried no enlightenment accidents. Mustang Liniment kept Headquarters.' There are -I4S. .

to the stolid Germans. They always at hand is cheapest and best l"i'! (lYnss workers. . In elm I'nltml

r coidd not understand how one should\ insurance... Made, of purest oils, itt tlltes. I'uhlle, Ilealtli !Servlev! and ron ,

i 1 Name "Bayer" on Genuine I desire to be rid of such an honorable r. ? -atc5 c.affected" h,-dy, soothing and trait liiispltnls. HIM! other.. Institutions t tl tIt
the :
eating; parts.
1 ,1 I distinction.? That was before the war in \\ hii'll these men are being: (cared
started RcA. S, SlntrVtnn.: Pnnville. whose Is
for. to
Says duty provide for" his
t 4 , uyi' I If Colonel (House tried to divest Mudanghrhimmn 1 t 'for 30 yenta' recreation, help hIm with hi* eoinpen- ( { I

yi' A11Vt himself of the military appendage to. cut and. a tint burn.It the, :a in trume-ln> "v best itmnlin IMC., nlnw. raw. of allY( a sat Inn claluis' keep him In touch) vvltbhl t

/ his name lie did more than some men iillnu'iit thut can be cured bv a llnimpnt. is family ; In .short, meeting his every

Jf u = l( vr who acquire such distinction in a In well umnK'into'I 10.think.I'''.'it'.elite and ropvutUie Iminrtant operation to rub it need 1 outside of that provided. by theGovernment.

I purely honorary manner. To the mnn Kt iiujuciit. uitcrvult." While these ore n few

| who by army; service earns his rank FREE WITH 2Sc TRIAL BOTTLE or the lesponsllillltleti. of the"I 'If't f' '' 'i

the title menus something.! In the _? .'li,| bmi 'TinT.u.! ." (lirgiiiibiitlon" they are .by no menu, .mil Vv FiT
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1OOIII' K, TOI" II.l.ri ii fuilt M..01:ift ahn ; l
....... nil. Among, cither. lied Cross ,
case of others the bestowal of title stamps c>r Miinrio,' II""" ni .ltl' 1 acconipllshments .. w
.. 1 oiI.lla lint '
I Cat atoliiwlpw.l4
I )' by courtesy does I no honor to him vho /: : '.nUitf. l'!:...U50.itea H. Uklyn, N. Y.2Sc for the year lire::
d It bundled, 48792:<: allotment unit allow
bears it, while such use belittles one SOc $1.00
Bewarei; I Unless you ere the tome to vvh-ini it is rightly given: The ume cliiliiis. I_
j "Bayer" on package' General Stor It \ through Its ('hit ?
or on tablet you recent war created a large number of< Sold by Drug and ili'lhereil .ter or- f_ Iiaw&G
are not getting genuine' Aspirin gnnl7iitlon II.II:! : ,nllntment ,cheeks to
I l .I'rilled by phynicmni. for officers destined to be known in privntc ; "171. Good Old Standby Sinn '
twnntv-one vetenuiH who hud, moved from, the nddr
1 years and ) safe/ life by the rank they attained in
by millions. Take
r.rov.1 MEXICAN <>H"e. fnrnUheil. .. to the Itureau ofy,1) (aria."
Aepirlu .n in die Halerpiukage" the army. Such is their due and nono
for Co11s' \ Ivlsk Insurance. Succeeding former President ,
HutwI&'he. N'uralA'lt" Wilson President Harding w )
: Rheauna should begrudge. them the distinctionWe
j Nam. 1'aruclle. Toothache! Lumbago! And thus ha .. ..' It provided, a special' fund of .]l1.IM1I! elected president ef the Amer-an Red Cross. He It here seen accept i
: : a
\ 1 for Pain tf"lIdy tin for medical nsslstunce to fllI'nn.d..r\ office. From left to G< ''
IKXN uf twelve Payer right: Maj. Gen. Merrltte W. Ireland, Surgeon
Tablets of without bes..>.:...? ...,., *.., 'v_. .*. .. vocntlnliiil Be<
: AIII'lrln cost few cents"' UrIlA'fl'11rt training. U. S. A.; Dr. Livingiton Farrand, chairman Central Committee of the
alllO Bf'II larger. p/l.'k./ oa. AIIran) It is .:. South has offended in It miule HU.-tlin:! ; loans totaling $- ;"). ($) Cross; the President; AMI. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadtw rte Y

H the trade mRrk of Bayer ELttaafacture this regard to a greater extent than to nom taking voontloinl' trnln'tiR' of Rear Admiral Edward R. Stitt, Surgeon General, U. S. N.

_ _ of Moneeacetlcaeideeter l of StLHI'J"lioacld. the North, but the latter section is vthli h 83 per' cent him, been repaid --
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.ICiJ)' was rejected by the young lady, whichis I PATRIOTISM: OK HYSTERIA ? j opportunities of that war and by their Idcnco to the h:. G. Hill residence. Kev. W

)f' i given as the'reason for his taking I /persistent exploitation of t those nppoitunitics I' .1!.,>.vei was lei-ently called f.r his :i.t,

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs his life. On Friday next, November 11 Armistice since Nov 11 lyiS. Tlu-v I third year llM pastor "if the Lawtey "1 I 1.

In . ,-- ""LMtl.N ",,' .M ..._-- .. Pay will be celebrated by the I have transformed', a Ktiro-ponn: chnr.: { baptist church, filling his tippoint-
: t The three soldiers of Carlstrom nations allied during the World War. into a self-indictment i whit im j in.-nt Sunday morning.Mrs. / !'t

1 [ Live Newsl Field, who were indicted by the Char- In this country the celebration of the amount of hysteria can camouflage. I : Joe Altman and son, State
lotte grand jury for) the alleged mur- day will be largely under the auspicesof ) It is not inert coincidence that 1'I'C"IIl'Ilt !I visited relatives in Lawtey Friday.Mrs. .

..-=-...- .... ,,, ...._______. .._..-. .... ..:.I J der last April of Fred U. Pitt,will a well be the American Legion, which will conditions in the financial and :: II. K. Sapp was a visitor toSlurke j''
known citizen of Punta Gorda, have as guests Marshal Foch, commander industrial activities of the American Friday.

Told by Our Exchange tried in the district court of the Unit- I of the allied armies in France people are coincident with preparations a.

__ ed States in Jacksonville, the sheriffof and Admiral Beatty, commander of for Armistice Day celebration.Kvents \ TIIKItKSSAi : 'jNI
""""" .1 ".,'nmrnt. Charlotte county having been or- have followed
rJf the combined fleets in the North Sea, one another in ,.

7 The assessment roll of Ilillsboroutrh was shot and instantly killed, and dered to deliver the accused men to as well as other distinguished Europ natural order to the climax that has I i! Therossu, Nov 11-K. C. Wynn and ',

, county is placed at $36OOOOOO-l11ore Tom Hysler, Jr., 21, is a prisoner in the federal court for trial. The order sans Undoubtedly the events of the been rucchcd a climax which should I 'granddaughter: Stella Clovomettle, of

I than the total valuation of the entire the Duval county jail, charged with which was served by a United States day will be characterized by a tremendous cause sober thought if nothing else! i Uraiulm, spent Tuesday here guestsof

state of Florida a decade ago. 'the,' shooting. The killing took placein deputy marshal on Monday, sets forth outburst of enthusiasm, but If American business and industrial Mrs. Fred ClovorseUle.Mixs "

the store conducted by young Hys- that the accused men claim in a petition will enthusiasm he patriotism or hysteria problems are viewed in their relationto I Florenco Hall is visiting relatives ,, r

: With a loss of $65,000, the Putnam.I ler's father, Harvey being! killed witha that they were in the service of ? I the celebration of the day, it willcertainly in Wiililo.Mr. .
the United States under or- 4
I Inn, one of the hotel landmarks of ; shotgun. army, This question has been raised by the emphasize the question and Mrs 1'. M. Geiger movedto
I ders, at the time of tile alleged murder How much of our !boaMod love ofcountry
Florida, was destroyed by fire in De- ]legionaires themselves. When there WaUlo Thursday.
the local court to
and commands
Land. The insurance wag $40,500.A Standing behind the open door of agaral'e are taken into consideration somethings is patriotism and how much Mr.\ and Ales E:S. Sibley moved' to I '

an unknown man poked a revolver desist the from further proceedingsagainst which transpired at home\ while is hYhtel'iac.t's think it over.-Kx.: Half Moon lake Friday.Mrs. .

British schooner has arrived in I within eighteen inches of the men. they were filling the t trenches in l.:. I'". Hardoo and children, of c ,

Tampa with a cargo of live turtles nose of Judge Pencock of the West France, and since the armistice was LAWTKYLawtey Cyril, are visiting: her father, A. Sullivan. .j

from Georgetown, Grand Cayman 13. Tampa municipal court Sunday morning Citrus Fruit Inspector \". 1i. Grif- signed; there is reason for this question ,

W I. They were brought as an ex ::I and fired one hot, which missedthe fin l is in Plant City and reports that being raised by them. Looking Nov. 11.-Mrs. Marion Oliver Mrs. John Phillips and son, Charlie f '

periment to test the market for themin judge's head but went through the damage to the fruit interests by the lit matters as they do there is less of Bcldwin] visited relatives in were shopping in Hampton Sat + '

Tampa. I brim of his hat and singed: the hair on storm of last week was more, takingthe justification for doubt as to), whetheror Ijiwtey Thursday urday. eV ,

-_ state a* a whole, than has been Charlie Shepard of Hillmrd C. A. VouiiKblood was u visitor to "
I his head above his ear. not a large part of the Americanfeople was a lr'
stated except by early reports, which .
visitor to Lawtey Thursday. Waldii Thursday.Albert .
been rotie'or
The U. S. S. West Hardaway arrived ) have genuinely put
I Weer were more or less exaggerated. Mr. : \\', R Torodu Sullivan; arrived here Sunday
at the Florida Terminal Company'sdocks II A resident of bade City ran extraordinary hysterical. There was trunsncting" busi- t
Griffin that he has from
and elevator at Fernandina I says reports! things that perhaps\ all the lies sin Jacksonville Monday.Rev. from South Florida to visit relatives -
on across a rattler on H farm near there some
I inspectors in other districts, and that
and Mrs, Goo. and friends, for several days
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock and by American people might with profit Northrop returned a
and shot its head off. It was six feet, after carefully considering the data
7 o'clock that night: had completedthe two inches in length and ten inches that tho look 'at from the legionaire viewpoint to their home in Tarpon' Tuesday Clyde Hall was visiting in WaldiiSaturday. 1
I in hand, he feels confident siI
loading of 3,800 tons of phos- around the body. It had fifteen rattles and there is no better time no after spending' several days' +as .
iiite. This I* a record for the port. and when the man started to cut : total damage to this season's crop is to regard them than during tlU'Meda11 : guests of Rev and Mrs Black I I II I. K.: Monrer and C. A. Younjiblood

(I nearer fifty per cent than eight percent Armistice Hay. Miss Lois Galloway, of Nashville, 'I wore aiming the visitors", to Starke on
these off the headless snake coiled and reports have been sent out preceding ,
Orlando has made a wonderful record struck at him. as '; sections. : In a legion publication the statement Tcnn., is spending a few days at the Monday.
sections !Some :
from '
in building during the past ten (I some was recently made that "while home of her parents' Mr, and :Mrs.Churlos I Cane grinding time is here '
suffered more than others, but Mr. .1. 10'. Alien business visitor
Diiikiiis. I was a
month, the figures Knowing that estimated I John I> Boer Hollander i is in the declares that too low estimate those who saved their country may
t a Griffin an Mrs W. I'to Half 1II.n Luke Friday.,
of having A. Colley, of Sturke, was
cost of construction for the ave'the satisfaction performed
Dude county jail connection with is calculated to do as much harm the guest Saturday of her sister Miss I Mrs.' Josephine Sullivan is visiting
the fact that while ,
total number of permits was $1,577- their duty,
the murder of John Pest, a painter, if not more, than one that is too high. month .. Ucbevca( Whitohead.Mrs. relatives and l friend hero.Dr. .
for $33 a ,
I25. I they were fighting
whose body, weighted down by a heavy in mills mines, and factorieswere L. H. Hill was' a visitor to tho Parks! of Hampton, was a professional 1 .
balance wheel found in Hiscayne men ,
The body of Dr. Teed, the founderof visitor bore Sunday.
county seat Thursday.
The municipal pier in Lake Rust is earning most that much a day; I *
| Bay. Best, whose family resides the Korofchun Unity, which has and theboys Mitts Eunice Dinkins, of JaeksonviRe B. C. Owsley, Calvin Trlest, G. W.
has been completed and turned and after the war was over I
over in New York, had been in Miami
been resting for in a Hinson K. M. King H. W. Moore and h
I many years
held their spent !Sunday; at tho home of !
to and accepted by the city. The had home,
pier come
,j for about five months. lie
apparently tomb the shores of Crescent Starke
stone on M. Chandler visitors to
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles were
extends into the water for distance while the boys trumped the
a jobs /
I I had been dead about a week, Beach in a hermetically sealed casket'disappeared :
Dinkins Monday. ,
of 275 feet, to which l is attached the his head having been crushed streets looking for something to do.
I I by a in the storm of last week. Dr.) K.: L. Mr. and Mrs. 11, I II, [ shopping
Biggs of StinKo May were
dock, with wings of 200 feet, formingthe heavy instrument.Burgert There's a vast deal of truth in this : was a
reached its' heighth
When the storm ,
letter T, statement, truth that may some\ time I'1'Of's8iunlll'i"itur t to Lawley Satur in Starke Monday.Albert .
surf broke down thc stonewalls
the heavy home to If It does ( Sullivan was attending to i
II forcibly tin
come day.John
Brothers, of Tampa, photographers of the tomb and the metal casket Roberts( if Jacksonville business In Stake first' of the week.
Quail are plentiful in Lake county, hugeI I 1101' elo so now. Of course, there are < via I'
who represent one of the was torn from its. bed on n itl.lnllIth'I's Norton visitor to ,i'
but the pot hunter end game hop art other sides to proposition which in I.+iwtcy Saturday and\ Hugh: was a ,
I big moving picture vnews" concern, pine timber! and washed out to sea !'; II .
going to find it rough sledding thereon I will some time\ or other bp better understood Sunday. II nipt t on Friday.KATI5S
account of the determination of the | destroyed f a lot of pictures they had The metal casket was made of zinc, by the boys themselves. But I"', 0, I'urkor, of Chicago, III., Is I -

game warden to make it unpleasant|I made of storm scenes there. The film and had been fastened to the pine timber all phases taken into consideration, spending few days in Lawtey as the IlElH'Clm FOIl) STATI-:
of of zinc fastened
for those caught violating the gavel; was ready for shipment when the by means strips would there have been devotion to guest. of Mr. and Mrs.! A. A. Smith I Jo'AIit ,
Burgerts decided it would be a bad to the pine timber and 1I0lcl..rellonto
law Airs J Goodfcllnw
the exemplified, If gave: a party
suchas boys -
bit the casket. There is only duty
of conjecture -
advertising\ for Tumpa all over
I what I became of the stay-at-homers hud been, drafted for lust week for her little laughter, All rail lines in Florida have authorized -
the country, so they destroyed it and as to -
While rowing on Lake Akron, near pocketed the loss. They also destroyed t and the remains. They may he mills, mines, and factories as theywere Mary. About twenty-five of. her little round trip rates on the bus.

Paisley, Sunday afternoon, a several I hundred storm pictures- it the bottom of the sea or may befluting for the army and navy, and l paid friends were" present and +a good is of one und one-half of the ono\ way

detected a floating object, which, up-I they had printed for sole. out into the open sea, or entangled for their services in proportion time in general was enjoyed. Refreshments fares, iiccount of the Floriiln! State>

on investigation proved to be the body in the roots! of some mangrove In the current Issue of another veteran were served. Fair and Exposition, which will be

of Texas Johnson, a bachelor homesteader I publication occurs the Miss Nolle Koberts was; a visitor to staged, In Jacksonville) November ]12
of that section. A coroner's At a very early hour !Saturday; an swamp. !StfuKo'; ]Friday.Mr. .
I "The greatest gold brick following'I I to 10th.
old colored found -
woman abandoned I
jury rendered a verdict of accidental an : lligginliotham and
infant, white baby girl, under an Burglars, entered ;the: postoffice at United States could hand family moved This Announcement (HIM boon mailc

drowning. oak tree at Houston. The child was Perry Tuesday morning at about four who carted the colors] of America to here last week from" Green Dove \by (i. Z. I Phillips' assistant general Mlotrse'nger

alive and apparently newly born. The o'clock and, rifling the cash drawerof victory in the World War would\ .. a Springs, IIWIIlI'I.lo'lIll'd) ( in the Wbitehend agent (>If t the Seaboard AirLine 4.

SefTner is not boasting) when it saysit infant was cared for and the sheriff about twenty dollars, were about cash bonus * * Let congress pass \ cottage near Grace Mcthodixtfhurcli. railway] and chairman; o? theIri.nsporttttinn
has noted artist in the of { .
a person the bill minus the cash bonus: of the fair.
notified. There Was nothing to indicate make their when now
to they
Capt. P. Chives. He is both musterof the parentage! of the abandoned escape were The article !goes on to stale what other Miss Lois ColI)', (,if !Slai'ke'; visited Thosi tickets will apply! from all
intercepted by night policeman Casey
the piano and the artists's brush. child, and officers brought' it to Live Jones, who was on his' rounds and discovered nations have done, for their soldiers relatives in Lawtey Saturday.K. points, In Flurida anti will be on sale ort

Capt. Chives has ]lately finished a fine Oak and that evening it was sent to the men while at work. Mr. and! shows that though the armistice J, Kohcitg was transacting l business from Nov. 11 to Kth] inclusive ,
oil landscape for the Tampa Paint in Jacksonville. lust week.C. .
the wildest demonstrations
the children's home in Jacksonville
called the to hold
Jones to
and Glass The work is fine and man up
store. Y. Mayo, of Milton, is spending"
"the could! a
because boys
their hands and surrender but both The world(' Is loud in! its demand forpermanent
the value $1,000. The Duval grand come home," the enthusiasm: of the few' days In Lawley+ us I be guest: of silent
county jury reported started to run from the building. Mr. |ponce and in its
Mr and Mrs. J. II. Moore in Dust:
no bill in the ease of Irwin .Tones fired on the negro, shooting him American people has cooled to sucha feverish preparation' for tho next

George Douglass was awarded $20- Novitzki, held on suspicion in connec- in the left hip, the bullet passing thru degree! that the United States! iM i idestined Lawtey. war.
000 damages by jury in circuit courtat Paul Dinkins ,returned to hilt work 1
a Lion with the killing in Jacksonville his' body and lodging in the building. to be the last nation, to properly I
Lake City, which had heard his I in .lac'kllllllville.OI'Mt of the week after
lust !September'; of George Hickman, When she fell, Mr. Jones triedto care for its disabled veterans *A.I
claim against the city of Lake City, theatre manager, bY Frank Rawlinsduring negro the white but he l'II. While it is truo that the bill lu'fnl"Jc'onj.'I'l'lIs spending a week here.J. . To Cure:! a CoM in One l>ny
growing out of the electrocution of capture man trememlmm expendminus A, !Swart/'; returned home'ksanVIIIc I lain 1.AXAT1VT. HRIVvin.( UIUNINF1.: (ITiitlnO... .
a robbery. Novitzky testifiedin The is still alive although ) ,
his fallen live wire' in 191$. caped. negro HllturdllWIIl'I'I' be has HlllflU" (,lilt. ( OtlltlL mil 11",1.1'nn,1/ wmfcH ofT th":
by :
son a the trial und! tic cash bonus feature '" ..r"u"c'u'h t..r. 3u.( ..
of Pope Rawlins that he t is not expected to survive iture, I'olil. l.VV. I.KOVK'( :; .11I"u
Mr. Douglass sought $40,000.)( The been working i for time.Kev. .
Pope informed him before the robbery long. I). M. Johnson, of Hampton it could easily' be passed If there wore sonic I1 -
suit was vigorously contested. that the theatre was held Springs: was arrested Thursday andbrought that consideration for the boys disabled K. 11. Boyer was a visitor. to

up. before Stewart the and! out of jobs that there should Baldwin Thursday
!More than 250:> building permits, the the consideration I Charles Strickland, of Orlundo, visited '
who identified him as the man who be. Why is there not -
largest number in the history of St. relatives and! friends horn" during 1 886 '
An unknown nctrro who attemptedto was with him at the time of the attempted necessary for action It is beaiiMe -
Petersburg, were issued during OctolIeI' the week-end.
I hold up and rob E. If. Hancock, aspecial robbery. Johnson was placedin there bus boon hysteria rather
The total valuation amounted to Frank Green of ,
I C'limpvillo, spent
officer employed to guard bus than patriotism ?
$414,4.:> The permits called for the Sunday nt the homo' of Mr. and Mrs.
iness houses in certAin section of From and!
a an entirely non-partisan : DAVIS
residences eight
erection of 121 Charles Dinkins.'
apartment houses and one hotel. The Thor City, was killed by the officer Wisdom i is an asset which the fool disinterested publication the following Mrs, James Goodfollow and children ,
early Tuesday morning Hancock fired to l is tllkl'II'e: are wondering
tctal for the year thus far is $3,90-1- I never cares possess. I were visitors tq Jacksonville, on
145. three shots into the black's body, whether the observance of Armistice

causing Instant iloMh. There were \ Hay will an empty tribute to Thursday t r
Prosperity is doing its best to prove A. R. Prevail transacting business
I'dVhitten, twice convicted two negroes in the Attempted hold up ,I'ome to life, but there in always the men who served on the battlefronts ! in Starke Thursday was I INSURANCE '
I and as the officer shot down one the of whom still lie in Flandors . I
of murdering his young wife at Wau- ime influence waiting to choke it into Mrs Perry Browning, of .ITant City !
other fire him with
opened on arc. field or will loud the American
chula several months ago, was sentenced insensibility again. the r
was guest Saturday of her I
to hang last week' Circuit volver. The officer turned his gun on people' ] to see, themselves as others see Mrs. H. K. Sapp. sillt'r'l)I
I this negro but the black took to his : thorn in their relations to and treatment STARKE
Judge George W. Whitehurst pronouncing i heels. Hancock not hit. The man who speaks softy seldomKets Kev. K. II. Boyer and family moved
was 'of the boys who homo ,
the sentence on the a hard punch the cume ,
> on jaw. last week from Mrs. T. S. Stork's ros-
lay of the fall term of closlnA'I especially to those who must A'O i
in Hardoe county I I About 9:30: o'clock Thursday night through life handicapped by wound

while enroute to Mneclenny for someFord
or injury, or by fortunes sacrificed,

R. U. Keene, of Orlando, was seriously I i light bulbs, Ed I Hiirvey, of Glen I ill in the performance patriotismnrid

injured when the automobile he St. Marys, driving u Ford car, ran off A Tonic duty." Will the eloquence of oratory -
the of rudely constructedbridge i I
edge a
was driving crashed into the express as well as the impressive ranks

car of the Sanford "short" at Carter's : between Glen St. Marys and i iMttcclenny f,f the legionuircB stir. the people generally i

the cur turning over, !! to reli/.ation that is
crossing. Three other companions in ForVomen no war ever -

the car were only slightly hurt. lie breaking the windshield, the glass of won until victory' and vanquishedfar 1
which cut a long and deep gash on his j
was racing for the crossing with the as possible again: are actively t>nHiigod -

train, it appeared, according to railroad face and badly lacerated one han'.1! i iHe "I in the pursuits of pouoo, oven
was hardly able I
employes. was picked up 11 few : drag, those whom disabilities require ape'
tcr in almost an unconscious was weakened," writes Mrs.
. con'li-I Inl! attention and assistance) ? This
tion and hurried Macclenny! W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C.
Is l in
The Florida development board is I one sense u purely economioprop
his wound" were dressed "The doctor treated me for about
E position in demonstration depend!
warning! all who arc solicited to buy yet
still I didn't
wall maps of Florida to examine the X on patriotismpatriotism still willing -
' maps before making payment as a J. \\". !Snyder'; of C"roflnut .Grove in I any better. I had a large family to make nil the sacrifice necessary

' large edition has been printed by one the owner of violin mmle in 1513; by and felt I surety must do for successful achievement. In thin

firm in a northern city, which do not Guspurd Purfu Pnitfor, one of Italy's something to enable me to take there is no opportunity for hysteria. New Prices

show Union county, that some agentsare most noted instrument makers. The care of my little ones. I had Candidly, it poems" that the .American

trying to work off as up to date violin is regarded by experts as ranking heard of people, are approaching next Frlflay's -

i in every respect. in beauty and quality with the armistice celebration with largo F. O. 8. DETROIT

greatest violin of any master The opportunity at least for sober consideration

As result of a difficulty between the I instrument was mu'le for Antonio of sins of omission if not Chassis $29

f two men at White-house early Tues Keglo, an Italian nobleman, and was CAROUITho of commission since Nov. 11] 1018. In
i to Princes. Sflveta Duke' ,
day night, James Alvin Harvey, 20, presented many ways they have not won a vic Runabout $32
of Venice. It was 's'l some years tory. They have a large amount of

II Unvr f '''81-;; : :; 'I1II. tt.ww ago to Mr. Snyder > William Griffith , 'unfinished }business" still to transact Touring Car $355

of Chester Pa .... ( reward for '
rn.ttxeavitaiay.n. jn ry by fmttrut and Woman's Tonic a part of which pertains to proper
'k1 rlrhlna' the blood. You 2 an noon fuel. tu ttniat services" rendered by Mr. Snyder 20 care and treatment of World War Truck Chassis $445

.,.1.,., hvilloradllol ':11... t',,,.. awn years before. veterans.
"1 They have some very important -
decided to It
try continues -
S'A problems to solve and Coupe $595
TONICGrove's The body of Willie Holder, a young Mrs. Kay . "1 took solution of on I
of them depends
proper some
' white man, was found dead' In the a eight bottles in all. . I regained Sedan $660
Tasteless chill Topic/ restores provision for the future welfareof
woods! about twelve miles south of "strength and have
Energy the boys and economic welfare of
and and
Vitality by Purifying
Enriching the Dlood. When you feel lu caused Live oak.from Young two gunshot I HQdcl"r's( wounds death fired was had no more trouble with womanly the! country. They have duties to perform These are the lowest prices of Ford cars :in

weakness. I have ten which can best be performed the of the Ford Motor
strengthening Invigorating effect see bow Company.
by his own hands, according to all children and am able to do all only by
sincerely! patriotic devotion to
it brings color to the cheeks and how evidence and a note reading: "Who my housework and a lot outdoors entry, and the sooner these dutiesare Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
improves the appetite you rill then ever finds me :will find me dead, damn . 1
can sure recommend discharged: the sooner they will
appreciate Its true tonic value. ed and delivered.' Further instructions promptly to insure early delivery.
CarduL" relieve themselves< of the
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply were that his body wall to be left suspicionthat

Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. Sol where found; a picture of himself to Take Cardul today. 11 may they they have should displayed!have demonstrated hysteriawhen J. W. ANDREWS, JR.

>l" aant even children like it The blood he given to his mother and another tobin be Just what )'ol1l1eea.

needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to sweetheart. Young Hodder was At all druggists. patriotism. The American people Dealer, STARKE
did not disprove '
Enrich! it. Destroys Malarial/ germs and about 21 years of age: and had threatened they were money mad

Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating to commit suicide if his sweetheart 811I by entering the World War, too manyof

81Tex GOc did not marry him. His suit them proved that they were, by the C
wity they availed themselves of the

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