Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 9, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04628
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Long Deliberation Jury crud Busy Officials Will Bless Those Who Principal Ituninms Block Falls Prey
to Disagree Lighten Their Work Differed With Jury as to I)- Organizing: by Electing Chairman an I Ireland Has Same Statu. an 'nnada To Flames ,
fendant' Sanity Clerk for Ensuing Term and Other Over-nca Dominion)

Francisco, Dec. 4.-After 41 This is the season when Innumerable Our Ralford correspondent gives! *
Vurs San of deliberation, the jury, com- letters, cards and packages are Orlando, Dec. 3.-An order committing The board of bond trustees elected I London, Dec. 0.-The centuries old the following account of an expensl"vefire ;

8ed of seven men and. five women, I sent through the mails. The personnel Lena M. Clarke, the former.Wi for the Bradford county road bond I quarrel between England and Ireland in our thriving sister city, Rai. hK /

hich tried Roscoe C. Arbuckle on are both at the sending and receiving Palm Beach postmistress, to the state elected at the special election held on I was ended, as had been presently hop- ford
of manslaughter in connectionth offices are overwhelmed with work, hospital for the insane, was issued 1 by November 15th, met at the count y ed, in the small hours of Tuesday The town was all excitement Sat.

the death of Virginia Rappe, was and it is the duty of the public to not Judge C. A. Andrews today. : courthouse in Starke Tuesday, and morning by the signature in the prime urduy night when the large brick

charged today when it was unable increase their worry in any way. Miss Clarke was acquitted yesterday -: proceeded! to organize by electing E. minister's cabinet room of a treaty between building owned by Handley] & Andrew -
S. Matthews chairman of the board, Great Britain and Ireland ,, was burned down about mid- i
upon a verdict. For this reason use no cards or envelopes of a murder charge in connection!* I con. i
agree into court aton smaller than the postal card with the killing of F. A. Miltimore, and C. A. Futch clerk. aisting of 18 articles giving Ireland night The A. D. Andrews Mercan
(The jury was brought and envelope size. Write the addresses on grounds of insanity, and it was the All members of the board wi're the title of the Irish free states as tile Company occupied one part of
reported a
by its own request, at the meeting follow: \\'. Canada Australia the building and the Citizens Hank "1
and asked that it be plainly, and without any flourish- province of the court either to commit present as and other overseas
Jsopreement ('.. See that sufficient postage is at- her to the asylum or give her into E. Torode, J. II. Hitch, E. S. Mat. dominions. The question of allegiance\ of Raiford in the other. Very little

charged. tached. Wrap packages/ in liA'ht-col- the custody of friends. thews, A. A. Durden and J. C. Con. which up to the last moment threatened was saved, as the building was almost -
[August Fritze, foreman of the Ar- ored paper, so that the writing showsup The commitment recites that the ,The matter of offering the bands to wreck the negotiations, Wall ready to fall in before it was

(ckle jury, issued a signed statent well, or if dark-ocolored paper Is court believes Miss Clarke to be capable for sale was discussed at some length, surmounted by permitting the mem discovered it was in flames. It Is supposed -

tonight saying that one of the used, write the address and directionson of judging between right and but as the bonds have not yet been bore of the Irish parliament to swear that it was caused from Borne

men jurors who was in the minor- white paper and paste it on the wrong and the asylum authorities are validated it was decided to postpone allegiance to the constitution! of (the one throwing down a cigarette, in the I

refused to consider the evidencem package/ under, not over the strlnt charged that should it develop the further consideration of the subject Irish free state and "his Majesty I the hall overhead, there having been a j
the beginning, and declared that Use good string and plenty of It woman is not insane, she shall be held until after the validation proceed in King' lodge meeting in the upper story that

Ihe would cast her ballot and wouldt around the packages, and tie BO thatit for federal authorities, The court, have been had. Thtt attorneys comprising The treaty has yet to run the gauntlet night. r

change it until hell froze over.voted will stay in place, as the packagesare according to the order, has been' officially the Starke bar having very of the Ulster government and of The JOBS Is partly covered by insurance -

| There were two jurors who often lifted by the strings by the informed that a charge involving generously offered their services free the Imperial parliament. The Imperial ,

br his conviction, according to Friti. poBtoffice people, who are too busy to the robbery of certain poBtofili of charge in the ,'alidatlollrOl'l''d- parliament has been summoned to '
said that
j District Attorney Brady use ceremonies. monies by the Clarke woman, has ings a resolution of thanks to them meet on December 14 and will be BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
rbuckle had been given a "fair the Another thing: Don't waste the been filed against her in federal court. was voted and the chairman of the opened in state by the king. Aproval r

nest trial" and complimented time of the postoffice people by discussing Would Rather Be Hung board was instructed to ask them to of the Imperial parliament is Despite the weather last Sunday
rors who held out for determination conviction i isving a9" matters that are irrelevantto "I would rather be hung and buried proceed at once. foregone condition, ag the gov'rnlII'nt large audiences were present upon

"courage and the business on hand. Have things here than go to Chattahoochee. I After some discussion it was docird majorityIn
e was not in court when the jury so arranged that you can mail your would rather be dead than adjudge to suspend all road work temporarily the House of Commons favoring I its received Into membership elf the &

imported. package in the shortest possible time, insane. If I had killed Miltmore and after January let, except emergency Irish policy. The Position of Ulster( church. The day was one of spendij
[ "I had hoped the jury would reach and thus save others from having 1 to known what I was doing, I would have work. This action was taken is leas certain. Evidence conies from fellowship and service.On .

i agreement," he said. "I confident- wait on your account. Don't expect 1 to turned the pistol on myself foreseeing with a ,view to acumulating funds for Bolfant tonight that the treaty will Sunday next the regular servl. t

expected a verdict of guilty upone get a $5 bill changed when you buy n the end," Miss Lena Clarke told the purchase of rond machinery.A be subjected to the most searching ces will be held beginning! with the

evidence presented. In my opin- 2-cent stamp. newspaper men this morning. public road connecting the Lnw- examination before receiving assent Sunday school at 10 a. m There arc

|n the disagreement does not vindte The packages sent by express Miss Clarke was nearer a breakdown tey-Raiford road and the Lawtey- and doubtless many\ modifications will classes for all ages and you are invited -
Roscoe Arbuckle. A vindicationould should be securely wrapped and prop-] thic morning than at any time Heilbronn Springs road was granted bo proposed to meet with us In the social
| come only after a quick, unan- erly addressed. Anything that would during the time she had been confined with the understanding thnt the petitioners study of God's Word.
ous verdict. It was my duty to PJ'e-< be injured by crushing should be put in the Orange county Jail sine ( asking for the new road would King Congratulate I Premier Morning worship at 11:00: when

ent the facts to a jury. This I havene In wooden,boxes. the night of August 1, when Milt!- place It in good traveling conditionand The king hastened to send the priii tho pastor will have for his sermon

though opposed by wealth, pov more' body was found in her room build all necessary bridges without minister, a telegram] 'onj\'rutulnting\ topic, "What Jesus Said About Prayer -

and influence. INTIMIDATING WITNESSES FOIL at -hotel.. [ cost to.the county. him on the success of tho negotiations ," Men's ideas of prayer are perhaps
) The members of the jury looked WATSON When asked if she would not tell and declaring "I am overjoyed to hear better' known than the Ideas of

aggard and worn when they filed in- the real motive-her reply was: "1 GREEN COVE SPRINGS AND the splendid news" Jesus, and -are often in conflict with

the little courtroom over which a Washington, Dec. 6.-Officers of don't believe I killed Miltimore. I am KTARKE DIVIDE DOUIU.K HILL Ireland is treated as n single entity what Jesus said We shall! look at
top hush had settled, and took their the American Legion and "interest speaking the truth for I have nothing In the provisions elt tho treaty with this great spiritual' exercise as it is

tats. The foreman, August Frit/: favorable to the war department" are to hide and I have no fear, but i iI If Green Cove Springs, Dec) I.-Two special clauses providing against the presented by Jesus

formed the court: "It is physicallyd intimidating witnesses by whom, Senator told you why I carne to Orlando to very interesting basket ball games possibility that Ulster should rcfus B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. and our evan-

morally impossible for us to Watson, democrat, of Georgia, Bee Miltimore and make him do a certain were played in the new. out door courton acquiescence in the settlement, I In jl'J111Uclervlce: at 7:30: when Dr Bui- ,
ach a verdict. expects to prove the wholesale hanging thing it would open a scandal the high school campus ycsterdu which case tho government of Irelnn Ion will speak on "The Glorious Gos-.
S At the request of the court he an- of soldiers in France without a that would involve many people and when the girls team from Starke high act of 11120 will remain In force no far pel." Visitors to Starke are welcome.

unced the final ballot division. trial, according to charges made today ruin them. I have made the sacrifice 1I'hool. together with the boys team na the northern parliament IH rontfrn Home with your friends

| Superior Judge Harold Louderbacl, by Senator Watson. of silence; I have paid the price, and came to Green Cove Springs to play ed, but with the stipulation thatspecial II

jjho tried the case, then told the jury The special senate committee hearing now, considering what I have gone the boys and girls of this school. The commission dial I dl'termin"new Miniionisr CHURCHProgram f :

wanted to determine if further de- Watson's charges is to begin through to piuluct those whom I love< girls put on their game as a leader boundaries :for northern Irclum!. ,

eration might result in a verdic Thursday, and he is prepared with after I made the sacrifice, I am sure and a very prettily contested game It Provisions also are rondo for the for Sunday, Doc, 11th, at

t is not my desire to force any un- witnesses and affidavits to substan- you would not ask me to reveal thiccrct. < I, was. The teams were evenly matched, co-operation of the two parliament 11 o'clork.!
cessary hardship on you," he said. tiate his charges, he announced. ." the first half showing the score seven In providing certain tmrVguimU\ in the In (the absence of the pastor tho

Jut this case has taken three weeks "Some of my witnesses, who ar ''to five In favor of tho home girls. The event of Ulster remaining out of the services at the Methodist church will U

try and has been conducted at a disabled soldiers, have informed me DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY PARTY last half was a whirl wind and everrlrl ). new free state, neither parliament, he conducted by the Missionary Solety "
cat expense. If you can come to a they fear a loss of compensation i If played the game for the purpose however, will be permitted to make c of tho thurch. :'

_rdict conscientiously, I desire you they testify and others tell me of having : Monday afternoon little Cleo, of> winning. The bull was In the hands laws under the treaty endowing any; Following is the program for the 1

do so." received veiled threats that they; laughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard -i ot the homo team much of the time, particular religion or to impose any services: t,'
pie then asked each juror for an will lose their jobs or that their business of West Call street, entertainedher but they were not as accurate i in religious disability. Voluntary-Choir. : ,

(>anion on the matter of continued will be made to Buffer if they; friends in honor of her eight) I shooting field baskets as more practice To Have Own Army Hymn Number 107.

jklloting, and each answered emphat- tell what they know before the com birthday. Many games were played will make them. The Starke girls The treaty looks to Ireland In the' Prayer

ally that It would be impossible to mittee," continued the Georgia senator I after which the little folks enjoyedan did some fine shooting mid had they future undertaking Its own coastal uslc-Chol! ,

bach ,a verdict. : orange hunt in the yard. They been able to get the ball away from defenses and provides that Ireland Scripture Reading, Acts 20:1.23: ; [
I The members of the jury refused take "Nevertheless I am going ahead amithen then repaired to the dining room, the home "forwards" and into the shall In time of war give the British 2nd Cor. 11:2333.Introductory: .

statements of any kind before I am through I think I will not where delicious refreshments were hands of their "forwards" the final forces nccscsary harbor and other fa- remarks by president.

eying the building.; After reportto only have proven every charge I have I served, consisting of hot chocolate, score would have been different. The silitics. It, by providing against International Offering. Music
the court they were escorted to made, but I will have shown that cake and candy. The children were home team has the making of one or limitation of armament, MuHcial Sell'ction-Cholr.

'side: street by deputy sheriffs and there was a deliberate falsification of presented with favors-little kewpi the fastest girls teams in the state recognizes\ : the Irish Free State right Foreign MiB"lons-Mrs. J. W. '

ken to their homes in automobiles. the records of executions sent to the dolls for the girls and comical balloons and they will be followed with inter to maintain its own military defense White.

_ War Department from France." for the boys.: The dining room ellt. The final score was close, being 'orces. Music.

ESBYTERIANS HOLD PRAISE was decorated in pink and white, with sixteen to eleven in fervor of Green Premier Lloyd George Is the recipient Homo Missions, -Mm. M. L. Smith.
MEETING MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD) pink' and white crepe paper streamers Cove! Springs. of universal congratulations for Hymn Number 110.

from the corners of the room to The boys game brought out many; having successfully rescued the negotiations -
|Tuesday an interesting praise meet- Board met in regular session Dec. ; the chandelier.: The table had as a things of interest, among the most :from what appeared to be ai I'USIIING PUMPKINS '
.t, /IT was held at the Presbyterian 5th, with all members present viz: entro tOn
piece -
a vase of pink and whit noticeable of which was the gamenessof Impasse. The general belief, however -
rch. The ladies of the missionary' L. W. Kickliter, A. A. Hazen and E. oses, I the home boys. They were outweighed Is that Lord Birkenhead, who tho east side of Cherry street,
eiety served an elegant dinner at ]1 T. Campbell. The pposite the hotel building Chief Sits *6
birthday cake was white. The and outclassed by the boy: came to the government's rescue when ,
lock, and at two o'clock the after- Minutes of last meeting read and little folks each I Kite has a patch: of cane. Also a
cut for the dime and i from Starke,but they played the game the question of renewal of the Anglo-
Ion session commenced. approved. button. The dime was found by Paul to a finish with no let up. At times Japanese treaty had reached a critical unmpkln vine. It sprang from a
Mrs. N. Barco, of Gainesville, present i Resignation of L. A. Brown, of Knight and the button by Louise Edwards : they had the viators worried but late, is at this time responsible for oed, and grew rapidly until about two

of the Presyterlan Societies of I' Brooker sub district 18 received and The hostess was assisted in I weight, speed and team work told the the formal overcoming the allegiance months sign, when the drouth killed

te Southern church, gave an euthus- accepted. Upon recommendation K. serving by her mother, her sister, story and the Green Cove Springs difficulties. it.; At that time It bore 47 pumpkins,
.tie address on the subject of worn- T. Osteen was appointed to fill the
lisa Clara Mae Shepard, Miss Margaret boys went down in defeat to the tune many of them big enough to use. A
part in the missionary field. unexpired term of Mr. Brown Godwin and short time afterwards had rains
Miss we
Eunice Perkins of f twentyseven to thirteen. The home DEATH OF MRS. BENTON
Irs. A. C. Fling read an excellent The Bradford County Bank was
'team is a'comer and will give a verygood and new vines started from the roots.
g >er written by Mrs. H. G. Denni- designated as depository for general Many pretty gifts were presented account of themselves as the lIIeason Mrs. Klzzle Renton died at the homo These vines have grown at such a rate

of Lake Alfred. This paper was school funds all sub district and the to the sweet little hostess, and when advances, this being the first time of her daughter, Mrs. M. J. McRae, till their collective length is probably

d' (.titled "What our church "Is doing in Starke bond fund, and the Dank of her guests left for their homes they they have played together as a team, November 24th, aged over 80 years from fiOO; to 600 feet.! The vines are

home missionary field. Starke is designated as depository all agreed that they had had a good and with very little practice. She had been in ill health for over a full of bloom and pumpkins, many ofthe
iss Mabel Weller conducted the for Lawtey bond fund. time. Professor Nlcoll has taken the athletic year, but she bore her affliction with latter half grown. It runs all over
otlonal and Mrs. E. M. Moved E. T. Campbell and
exercises by seconded -
| Those
invited were: Eunice Trask, work over and with his experIence Christian patience. All that loving the cane patch.
s and Mrs. E. T. Campbell sang by A. A. Hazen that $30 worthof Leila flea Andrews Louise Hayes, and loyalty to the school: will hands and a skilled physician could Where the roots of the vine are astable
''cautiful duet.RICHARD. chemicals be for the B.
y purchased Beatrice Johns, Loiselle Turner Ifs.eel develop these two basket ball teams do for her comfort and to prolong her once stood, so that the soil I i.

' K S.Widow's \\I Adkinv Louise Edwards, Etholin into playing machines worthy the life was donn.. both rich and mellow If the cold ofthe
DIES OF claims to
pensions granted
White, Marjorie Stump, Mary Browne metal of any school.APPROACHING. The nearest relatives to mourn: her approaching winter doe not killthe
,: Lizzie Johns $4 per month and Mrs. ; Bob Trask. Paul Knight; Lester departure are a son, II. H. Ilenton, of vine, Mr. Kite will gather hundreds -
' 't R. N. Prevatt $4 per month. Price Robinson! Billy Graham, Merrill MARRIAGE Vest Palm Beach, two daughters, of pumpkins from it.
an hour Morning at
early this
A. A. Hazen wan made chairmanpro
home between and McMillan, Junior McDonald Bunter Mrs. B. A. Miller, of La Nolle, and
I tem. Moved by E. T. Campbell
Kickliter, Allen Long S. R. Mrs. Phila.delphia Irs. M. BAZAAR OPENS TODAY AT TWO
w e Butler, the spirit of Rink RId Johns, .Jeannette Woodley, of J. McRae, of Starke and one
end seconded by L. W. that
Jr., Joe Edwards, Jr. Wilson Pa. the brother Mr. James Bonton O'CLOCKThe
passed Into the beyond. Hayes, announces marriage of Starke. I
great the board give the Woman's Clubof
had been 111 short time of Colllon Morris, Henry and John Godwin of her sister, Miss Ethel HX Wilson, Many[ friends join the bereaved relatives -
only a ::tarke a deed to the old schoolhouse
imonla of Lawtey. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. in their sorrow. ladies of the Methodist missionary -
and his passing came as 111 lieu of the lease formerly given
\ lock to lie E. Wilson, of Lawtey, Florida, to Dr. The Interment took place at Crosby society will hold a bazaar this
of his friends.
'j, many them. Upon roll call, E. T. Campbelland
t about BO years of age and was L. W. Kickliter voted DAUGHERTY AT CHRISTIAN Samuel II. Fisher, U. S. N., of Wash- cemetery November 2Cth, Rev. J. T. afternoon' opening at two o'clock in'he
and known aye. ington, D. C., November 26th In PhlllelphlaPa. Barnes officiating, in the presence of i Carter building, next door to
y:!: favorably by a large It was agreed that Dr. Campbelland Evangelist w71T"Daugherty.
of friends. of a large concourse of relatives and Griffin &: Johns store There will beon
Supt. Wiggins meet Dec. 24th Rockwood, Tenn., who is now . beautiful and useful
e ran for sheriff before the dele- and draw warrants for all teachers In Hampton will Hoxf Fflk.OLD: friends. i sale many ",
preach at the
SOLDIERS nOME hand made articles of household linen -
m'; convention last spring: and came who have a full month In. Christian church In Starke next 'I ,.
t being elected. Strawberry plant. and :vegetables, i and suitable gifts for Christmas. .
bout two months he bad Bills "were audited and ordered! paid. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All The wf T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., though' of late planting, 'never looked Also home made candy and -cake'of '
ago a se-
are cordially Invited to attend.And wlll end'a Christmas* box to the old better. Sunshine and, showers
( keep the beat Come- and patronize
ltv attack of typhoid fever, and was ..Rev. and MM. L. W. Kickliter have 'all I member of the '
Christian church, soldiers home in Jacksonville. Anyone the growthactive.; n-Jadies and help' In a good cause.
fifA very strong when stricken with left for 'points on the East Coast. whether member here I ,
or elsewhere who be kInd -
will to donate
;ypt umonia. lie is survived by hisUNekker They will be absent about four weeks so as I
are urged to b. l
present. The subject nuts tbbacco Cl C. has added of Wildwood
95 candy, oranges, apples or Starling a gasoline Mrs. Henry J. Bailey, ,
years old, and a brother visiting relatives and attending the of
', ' Richard.-Johnstown News. convention at Miami. "The: the morning sermon" will be, send to KIckllter's store on orbefore engine to his plant, for furnishing spent Sunday with her parents, Mr
Optimism of Jesus Friday, the 16th Inst. power> to his tobacco chopper. and Mrs. W _\.

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3 lv I Bot the IIiU/lh\"nllll/: \ < quickly followed She Ignored the. Intimation for a few (:retting too laty. No. sir !I" she J Rat. ''!Tixward Them-- error Was ;J" .. ,

by a .111111".1&11;) minutes and for un \luoUint' of panic reproached ftue animal affectionately 61 Hers Aipect. knees and pusklontttHy ,

:; : ""SutoMlay, alto muKcd,, "and Mar. he thought lie saw her Jill tremble. "\'ou shall not rIde I Well, the dear It go! I saw It fu'Ul Oh God save peaceful face "Oh, Allx kl"'i do r ",: ,.tie
don't let t
t tin exift| Ciu-rry. to go with him on nut"".-lien she turned to lilto.! It wee old Biuky-boy, does he want to come lIft'm-h. God take them ; The wOluen about broke un,

Monday! KXIMTIH tier to KO Lack, with with her usual II 11I11 e. along?'*' I them suffer that way !I" Teter pressed his hand t'loIII! tfunjit lIlnot

l' him to a life of nilscry for )hw,'.xlnt- "It's only that I would like'to have And she knelt down and put her They were all running now running his o'hlllll''ehal1a., vvUhliig

elite with a man "he lintesl Oh (Clier- jou-and-and Mnrtln:'-and Cherry as arms about the animal, and laid her I with desperate sieed| down the long might cry bemoil
ryr-niy little nUtcr. !-iiiere con be no happy' ns I am !I',' flip. snld quickly Anda brown cheek against his head. road, about the (curies on and on toward "She drove here." be henn '

CJJ happliieMi for jon llu-iel I And Peter!II si-rondiater the mood'.WOII! !gone: ns "You old fool U"'<
Peter la left liclilnd to me. who
1 comfort him or still the ache that and exclaimed, "There's Cherry now ,I" to stay with !>!ter, Old .cuck- the oouud of e human, \olce .twisted' a tubule Then-do jou *>Ir fur

t la tearing lila lu-urtl I My two loved S "Martin's somewhere. about. Cherry RnddenJy site jiwns,.on her feet and and wild with aguny.: wheel slipped on the bunk --tle

KATHLEEN ovXs, and whal rim I do to help them !" said as Peter Joined her,: and Ails had sprung' tntnVJtcr! place. The- strange woman, was crying OUI. got this fur, no power 'infc l
I- She had stopped the' car within conversational "Hold him Pete I" she 'nld. "Good- wildly ; Cherry was sobbing a prajer.Peter earth-" Oixf
come up to the cabin to da that he spokeat
without knowing
NORRIS -- the usunl Jallt little dally funning nnge. by. Sis dear All Tight. Martin and "No power In God's earthmnn's limn!, .

; / among the ducks and chickens find to Mix remarking that she! would turn I The engine rseedl;' the car slipped all.the was words repenting"Not over Allx-my God Over! voice said In solemn l'OIlIl'I/Je?,

L..... bring: Peter, If Peter had not gone: Into the car so that she. might later etart smoothly< Into gear: and vanished Peter again : hind an tlon.
be she has never
-It cannot -
j ;11 -Uu- town tack with her to Cherry's lmu e. on the grade dliappeared. and the and Cherry stood looking at eaob accident before not Ails !I" "Peter. Cherry' said "will you ,rem

? i ______ ., I --..--- They lind all dined In the old .Strick two were toaetbt't"ell'aln.; after what a other. knew. Over to me as soon as you cnn? I slieR
land houNe the night boTore mid because night-and what a day !-and that was "Give them a good start or Buck A last curve, and they of the need j ou."

I of a Hidden rainfall had decidedto all that mattered. They spoke con will catch them."Peter said, his body one of the sharpest and ugliest down "A8 soon, aa I can," he 11118"'pr"

___ spend the night th.-..... too. The fusedly. In brief monosyllables, and nwaylr.g with the frantic jumping: of descending precipices crashing underbrush absently.'
3 CHAPTER I,-With hi. two Oaughtera. were silent their meeting the straining dog. But to himself he through the saplings and The car drove
Allx Chinese boy who had hifii helping the eye. only away, and lie hietj,
and trunks of oftr'f' ,,;
I I I'ILL' rears Ch''T'h.II: :latter* ., Anne just,.elrhiMn Doctor Bisters with their liouscclonnlug, \ had furtively and briefly. mid with' a sense of shock. : "Allx and.striking It. the the heavy a car had Martin moan again as It moved
; on ,
Btnckland.. way. "
$ ley. a short retired.dlitance I.from living% Sen; at Franclico Mill Val been perauaded to cook the dinner and "Can you walk up to the cabin with knows|I"Buck fallen like a boulder.( And Peter saw "Jojce, said a mini's kind vo|.,

.* I 4 'N His elosect' friend Is p.t.r Joyce, *omethlnit get breakfast, mid tile evening about pier Peter asked. "I want so much was off like a rocket\ when he that It was Allx'a: '(car and with a great close beside him. He n-ooinibcd/ th.
:M p of a reduce. VIIUng in the .lclnlty the old flrepli.c'lied. been almost too to speak to you. Everything's: all arranged finally set him free ; his feathery talldisappeared bank voice rather than the dlslriswd feet
he the and clipping
J .r fall tntt::.I with LJord and mlnlnc secretly* engineer become, poignantly nwulBut for tomorrow. All you have between the ,columns of cry and sprang stumbling over followed Its mad of an old friend and neighbor ]m-, ,

r engaged to Cherry.CHAPTER suddl'"IIt about ten o'clock to think of Is yourself. Now, In case the redwoods. Without speaking, I course down almost to the dry creek my dear fellow" he 1I'JeflnfTl' tlonm,
: of missing the boat again-which tnn't Cherry and Peter started after him. ly. "leJI us what we may do tint!
Peter them all ue1
Il-Whll the I. hod tmrprlNcd by get bed In the ennjon, and fell on his |
t 'I t T speculating. aa to Lloyd's Intention famllr C)1Ir. ting to hIM' f<'.'t. He was going: up to conceivable but we must be ready for "And now that we are alone together knees ",(-lIllIe the huddled figure that see |o It. I'ull }oiir.clf top.tT/ || my
rjr bring htm to suppr. practically uinounolng anything! I shall. ," Cherry said after a few minutes,. dear chap. Now. kliull I t | |
\ her engagement to him the cnliln!, !I" Hiild-inuxt go, In fact. go: straight to the erect and strong In Its striped blue II.It'lhnllO| rur
d He nruilrl rnther wnJk plense he told dub. You must' telephone me there "there seems to be nothing to lay I gingham hind' been Ails only a few an-nn ambulun? You must help, | ,
I i 4 CHAPTER III. Just off tonight We've said It all." Just a little here and thru wed'
q -Doctor atrlrkland feel Ally when she offered to drive him go quietly get as short ago. m' >in

: tF ; P Cherry her to wait le too at young least; t a*far marry, but and th*lire girl** up !11; hip rnr. Bewildered and a little much sleep as you ran, and keep your "Nothing) to' soy !I" Peter echoed. She minutes hnd been flung clear of the car, you everything. else."
F CIOal .. wits about "AJIx knows he said In his heart. "Thank you, Fred." !t'oler ,
< him
Into agreelnc to an Immediate* ar't'K'liiiiKlie abe let him go To Cherry .- you. and although every bone In her body nM\\"nod

S ,9 wedding th* couple: and leaving the ceremony at one* for takee Kl place Nldo,, olio Kcemed to feel suddenly Bad "Tell me our plans again," Cherry \\tiateier, we do, It all seems so- was broken, by some miracle the face, after a moment. 'Tliunk >oii Will;

,) ATcS M5) wbr Martin If employed. n nil unwiny. Ails laughed about It, but faltered wrong!1" Cherry' said \\'Ith'uterln.. f'xt't'pllor a deep cut where the brown you help me take-my- |f,. "tmmrf" '

:i I CHAPTER IV. .,tie nos necretly worried liersclf, and "It's perfectly simple" he said giving eyes. hair luct the tanned forehead, was untouched "You wish It that way"' da ,ier||
1; -The honeymoon. d. Iminodliitely, after breakfast the her anxious face a concerned "Whatever we do Is wrong," he man sold nnxlously,
ver, Chrry begins to eel a .a.... aim' next I And at lie caught her III his "
atlafactinn with MarUa and the monotony morning decided to run up to the cabinIn glance. "You are going to the Olivers', agreed soherly. S arms and bt-nt over her with the bitterness "IMease, IVtr nnswcrpd slmniy
or d>Ujr life. the ear and assure herself ,that I go In,' In the morning to get your "But we go?" site said on a flutterIng of death Mopping his own And Instnntly there vv'ns inoMni und

_ _ S CHAPTBR V.-At Mill Valley Juitln everything was right: there. ftnltcnse and my own and get to the breath heart a soft, thick braid loosened and clearing In the (crowd n nimimirtni
J; IJttl. lawyer; becomee enlaced to Anne, who boat. I mush be there at half-past ten. !I" Peter answered. fell her of whispered' directions
the weddingbeing eat for dfptember.eome . Cherry had not slept and who "We must go like the touch of hand upon
1; month dKtanL Allx vlilt ('),"""ry was |>ale, had come' out to the t'ar. You get there before elevenyouwon't And again like the ominous fall of a his own, anti It teemed to him that In After a while they wore lit the iiunm

j 01. Z3 Into Nldo" and the two (iris con' Martin her distracted manner Increasing Allx's see me. But go straight onboard heavy boll.tongue, the words formed the tranquil fare and In the very look (sin cabin, nnd Kow. with tonrs niii..
allowing Cherry to go home for nine' duvvn his yellow ,.
fm-e. ..
Anne'. wedding.'CHAPTER sense that something was gravely and salt for Mrs. Joyce's cnbln In his, heart "Allx: knows Allx: of the closed and fast'shadow Ing eye VVIIH- inh.i .
S [ amiss. She started on her, trip with Walt for me there!I" knows." lids be VI.-.1.lmr, father's boust" "But but lag room and All!!: was lying there
j Cherry contracts th* peaceful, happy life a heavy heart but the hOltbour' run suppose you don't come I" He thought of the afternoon. only a smile. splendid !: ,
4 there with her rather eordld *sltenc,. at soothed her In spite of bersejf\ and "I'll be there before you. It Is bet .few weeks ago when Cherry'a" beauty Peter' forgot: everything else In tin I sweet iintondieil.lth \\n, !
i Bl Nldo and realise that her brave, brown, forehead. .
_ _ I ha been. aometlilng of a failure. marrlag Doctor now she reached the cabin In a, much ter for ns not to meet upstairs. Bu had made no sudden and so Irresistible world. He bold tier, close to him a IK I Iy by her brown shiuloued unft
7'' Strickland feeling that Cherry I I. not bei more cheerful mood. to be sure I'll telephone, you at Minnitiver's on appeal to him and of the Innocent put his fare against her face, and perhaps hair and hei Instin
S log fair to Martin, In that she I. undulyprolonging resting upon her cheeks!' nnd her. (Ingern '
_ _ i S her vlnlt I after Anne' wedding Peter wan nowhere about and aa!I at about nine o'clock tomorrow delight: of their luncheons together she lind never so' truly been hlf I .
I_ __ urge her to retum to her huBbandShe she plunged Into the work of house' S morning.! / I'll just tell you that when she had first confided In own as In this moment of their partIng .. clasped about (the steins >f tlir. t

______ make preparation for her departure I'm on my way and that everything I III him. and of the days of secret and when i the quiet autumn woodland,, great, creamy roses.

'. S CHAPTER VII,-Peter Joyce tell Cherry all right Do you renllre thnt by till.. !Intense joy that her mere nearness shot' with long shnfts from (the sinking: and There there were other flowers all nhnot
h. line had one wand paeelon" In his z4ii : time tomorrow we Khali he out at e'a.'" nun the knowledge that he would see sun, rang with his, hitler cry : were women In tile room
i life, but the woman was not for him, II. White draperies foil I with ,
he added, "leaning on the rail-watt liIng 1'1'1,111' ,
doe not reveal her name. Ch.rry rejolnt t her had afforded him. It hod all :.No; Allx-not dead I My\ wife S
S / tier buibanii.CTTAI'rim. ) JptF3r the Pacific nice by-anti belonging neeinpd so fresh, so natural so entirely my wife!I" lines crushed from the merciful. veiling!! ."if II*
: ( figure: and Allx ,
inighi hare
to each other' forever and ever? /
# their own affair until the tragic,: 'Jhere were otlier men and women L
VIII-The wife's die.satlafudlon been only asleep nnd
young dreaming
S ,-i ; The picture flooded her face with of Martin's the KnllieiliiR fast the stintS
& Inoreand and there I I. an ClS tiny reappearance and now, and whole lit. dream '
_ _ heroic that lent 1'
t most ciprn tin-Hk.. Martin ha. a brief .pt>1I happy color. "It's tomorrow at last !I" h hour of agonlred waiting at the boat tie "IIJII'011 htglnnlng!: ring with, HIM vrn
; of sicknoss I and comethlng I of her old feel pride end joy to her mouth and HIM
4 5 S _J ing fur him return to (lierryCHAPTER SWher. she said '\'< Inely as they walked for the Cherry who did not come. the tinged: After! n while some sjmputhellc those closed
5. l IIlowly toa 'hou ... "I though: There, hal! been no joyous self-confi! i mnn touched Peter on the eyes with tilumpli\ ( they C

4 I. etrlcken IX-Iloctur Btrlrkland I* It would never ,t!. It's only a few dence In (that hour none In the distressed arm to Nay that !Mrs! Lloyd hnd had never known In life
suddenly with what all
S _ __ le a fatal lllneH. Allx summons. perceive Cherry. hours more now." hour at the Orpheum and the fainted nnd (that If he would please Peter stood and looked down' nt tier, p

C to,'her. father's. daathbed. After the doe- "How will you feel when It's today" t hour just pnst wtieii Cherry's rarely tell them what to 1o nhoiit, the other and the men and women< to dnnth It I I. dl.nove..d< that years ago although! the
t he had borrowed money. from An,..'. fa- he asked. dlsplajed passion' had wrenched, from imin, -lie tae not jet (lend- muscles of hi! mouth

t 3 S S .,titer Ulloh"rl"t.Vllh. and HeemltiKly accumulated the debt was Internet unver. "Oh Pt-ier I shall be so glad when him his liifit vestige: of doubt. Peter lotiHciI himself. und with help twitched he did not weep lie looked I
long at her .
''S I .1 S' th* amount practically conutn all the It's all over and when, the letters are But thin wan the culminating mi happiness front half a dozen l hands on all sides while an utter silence

5' *! _ _ S snake money.. -fnanlfeet tli* doctor. that left he Jumln will insist. Clttle on written, and when, we'ie been together Hint he should' know, from he carried! Ails up to the road and filled the Into room dark and while tnlllehtdeepened

. hi. wife'. <'loU"' .. It mean. that th* two for a year," she answered fervently Allx's brave and gentle and generous: laid her upon a motor robe thnt some, over the tnliln andover fr

55S girl ar. left with practically nothingCHAPTER "1 know It will be all as we have 1 look us they parted, that Allx knew. kindly spwlator, hud spread. In the, the mountain above It"So .

. _ S v) ? S X.-peter. Joyce, who ha. planned, but-but If It were over !I" He had. In the wild rush and hurry deep dust.Presently. that was jour way out, Allif?
' ( been. on' a trip practically around the They reached the side door now and of III. thoughts,:: no time now to analyze he was conscious that a Peter sold! in the depth of his soul, "

_ _ S 1! S doctor'world, return death. not He having hear of learned Anne'.of position the. were mounting the three steps to what their love must mean to her hut small, slight: wonmn with dlsorderJy "That was jour solution for ua sill)

15th with regard to the money with deep. pettier: I It hurt him to we on her happy face fair hair mid) with her face streaked You would go out; of life, ami, } from
diiruit. Allx ha. the home and I. making with the sunshine and IheI..,.... mid Hit
a fair' living slnKlng Joyce urge her "Be patient until tomorrow" lie those lines of sternness and gravity; dust and tears was standing he-
\ 55 to marry him. She conetmt and they. whispered. t to see her bright and honest eyes side him and! looting' down at her hills that you loved, so thin Cherry
5' have a simple wedding. and go to Joyces and I should be saved? I was blind
S 5 home to live. Ideally happy "Oh" she said softly "I shan't shadowed' with thnt new look of pain.It lie sow that It woo Cherry,
I not to see it. I have been lillml, from
; 1"PB, Cherry lie
breathe untU tomorrow was too late nQw to undo It ; tie moistening "
'5 5 CHAPTPR XI Martin and Cherry. his the very beginning.:
? : V vn."HI.:) Nido and go to Red. a Leaning across her to push buck the and Cherry must cjirry their desperate" dry llpn Silence The with
"kbU room was llUlng
I for the better, light he found plan to a conclusion now tmiRt disappear "Peter," she nuld "they say Mlr.Un's
screen door himself
) : ,
Cheiry retain the old feeling of dlisatlfurtlun *- shadows. On the mantel \\us u ilivj
S bite: vlelt Peter. and Allx" and face, to face with Allx. In the dark and forget.: They had tried all living-lie was acrl'amlngShe bowl
of ,
that he ruiii'iMlnnJ
while thole. come. to a. realization thatlie this last dreadful I grew deathly hale mid falntness roses
_ _ S love Petor. entryway Peter and Cherry had not week they had boUt swept her
Though she has never I watching cut-was It jeslerduy or
known It Cherry: I is the woman whom seen her hnd not heard her move. Peter tried to pxtlngulHh the flames, and over her but she mustered It. "lie
5 b S 1'itter had! In mind when he told her. or Mr. Peter Go Now?" She cursed his carelessness ; he could they had fulled. But to Peter there was caught: by (that tree," she sold centuries ago?
lila "
piifiHlon He I
c has neverteased Alked. was wrong, he mild 'But I
to love her, and the situation now not remember In the utter conftrslon was no comforting' thought anywhere "And he Is living Will you tell them
_ _ think would be to have me
: become tragic.CHAPTER and farmjard she supposed without of the moment just what lie and Cherry Wrong would he done to Martin, toll -tell one of these men-that If he you soiry
face-what I am fining now Von
_ _ _ XII-Peter confesses. "till giving the matter a conscious thought hud said, but If It was of a betraying A ;: to Ch..rrY-I1 more than even will help me. we cnn drive Jilm home,
love to Cherry. and she admit a like feel that he had nature, they hnd betrayed them t these wrong to himself, to the ideal If )'ou'lJ fell him that, (then I'll get ndoctor were always so fotglUng! Allx jou
S Ing for him. A situation bordering on gone to the city. would ho, the flist to I bo, sorrj!
_ _ _ S I hidden guilt 'Is created doctor "Mis' Peter not Kow selves. One chance In a hundred that of himself that, bad been his for so -
_ _ S Bible Allx. find a lptIrDr' the go train announced I He put his hand. over the tl :uWi
'S money pK'Hi'iidy, she had not heard! many years, to the' real Peter Joyce. "ies I will, I'eter said, not stir
lie had bet rowed Anne claim falls
_ _ _ to pain thut beginning to nnch. hi '
the ground and AIls and Cherry an All Allx's vtiguo suspicions Yet, If she was acting she was acting "Listen' that's, Buck I" .snld Cherry ring. Ills eyes had' the look of a sleepwalker i /

financially traiclo Independent position. Peter Heartbroken vainly veeks ovethetr I awakened. superbly Cherry had turned scarlet us the dog's loud und violent barking ; he nodded slowly and ,gravelyat : heart. His throat felt thick and

ii: I a solution which hall make for the mu- "Not K<> train?" she asked S with a and had given him an' open glance reached them. from beyond a turn In her like n very' old man. "You-" choked and still he did jnt try

tual there' happlneea eoems no of way.Cherry and himself but I premonitory pang/: of consternation but Ails did not seem t the twisting road. "He didn't catch lie said to a man who had stopped his "An hour ago," he said 'If It bad

j She t them" then." car near by and who been l that the least thought,,; of what
Kow mode a large gesture, a* Indicating to see It. nddressed Peter, but was piesslng
_'r CHAPTFR XIII.-Mrs. North. Martin himself sjmpathetloally chose "\VIII.'oll- his meant to you might have n-ailied,
lloyds aunt, has her simpleton concernIng affairs disorganized. when found physically unable The next Instant a woman came up ?
I Peter: and Cherry and the lovers feel "Him no go to bed" he further to answer, she continued the conversation t the: road, running and making a queer, "If you'll sit In tlie back seat dear, me on hour ago: It would lIul't have
the danger of the euuatlon.CHAPTER stated "Hogs with and been too late. Allx, one look Into your
_J come late. He'alklo' no apparent consciousness ithlmperlng noise that Cherry never just rest his poor head, a woman
XIV.-Joyce urge. Cherry on porch." of his stumbling effort to'appear r Forgot.; She) was a stranger to them said to Cherry. Peter saw that they yes an hour ago might have wived' c
to leave. Martin and go away with him "He III Into natural. S us 1111'! I'Ted" Peter said afmi'l, with
to. came and walked on the ut she ran toward them making the were lifting Mnrtln's big senseless I
*om remote part of the world where the
4 S they 1 can' live their live Bhi porch !I" Ails echoed ID 'a low tone, as There you arcAre! we, going to .form In tender hands and carrying It a bitter groan\ clinching tlK>">t
WI finally conient. *, feeling I that.lo.rlh''i II forgive odd, gasping! noise with much dry hands of the old friend who had crept
I and Peter. make arrangements for tf to herself. "\Miere Mr. Peter go have any tennis It'. after two o'clock m110W. mouthing and with wild eyes. through! the little group. There was
t ,S their journey. now?" ." Horror a shudder In to stand beside him, 'Trcd she \I'II!
_ she asked. "lie have some was In her aspect and horror aa Martin moaned deeply.
t CHAPTIOR XV.-Th. day of their departure coffee?" "I had no Idea It was so late" Peter was the emotion that the (Irst Peter went and sat on the low bank tore, in all her health and joy m)

S_ _ ( ,I S f r IVanclii,arrive, where. .. Peter Oinrry. had....gone to meet Into him Ban "Iso eat" the boy answered He BUlJ. glimpse of. her, awakened vaguely In by Ails again: and lifted one of her strength only today. And! now"

S I on the: steamer Actually on her way to Indicated the direction of the creek, "I knew It was getting on," Cherry t their hearts., but as she saw them she limp hands, and held' It. Ah, If In "I know-old man-" the! oIlier mm)
$ I S ? the boat Cherry meets Martin I who has and utter added utterly at random. God's muttered lie looked anxloiiHly, at I'*
t left his iltuatlon at Red Creek and I I. a while Allx with an Icy suddenly found voice for so hideous a mercy and goodness she might
\I ;5 his way to her Terroritrlcken. site man.on heart went to the bridge and the pool "0*) in and tell the boy we won't be scream that Cherry's knees failed her, moan he thought, that one slight ray ter's terrible face In the slit'net !tin

'qi < to age Allx's to get home. word with to Martin Petei. and On goes the back way where Peter had first found Cherry back until tomorrow" Martin muggected md Peter sprang. forward with a shout of hope would flood all the world with dog whimpered faintly. But wlien I'S' t

:.' site tnueter courage umclent. to tell him only a few weeks ago. to his wife. He gripped the woman's arm, and light for him again But she did not ten after an endless live minute
J the truth about her. feeling for him. Mar He "You could all come down here to stir. turned It to speak (to bit
tier frantic was
was away
S :;: ', t tin processes. hlmielf. unable to Understand standing staring vaguely at eyes were turned to him.
: I I grievance the Jow and Unplug stream, and Allx: Bleep,", Cherry said, "uud have break "Oh my God 1" she cried lu a hoarse, "Gone said Cherry's heartrending friend in an almost oornll,! voice.

J !! \ S CHAPTBR XVI.pprl.ln. AIls_ of th. felt a great pnng of pity when she fast here I'! c owing voice. "My God I They're over voice, a mere whisper( beside him "I must go down and set Cherry, -'

I.1 Ituatlun between. himself and Cherry saw him. He tame to her smiling "1 have to'gO Into town rather early t he bank-they're over" the bank !I" He turned upon her lifeless eyes Fred. She took her liimband to U"

Martin Inalnuatv that comedic has been but as Cherry had smiled, with a wan tomorrow." Peter remarked. "Porter's "\\'hor' Peter shouted his heart "Gone," he echoed, old house1 ; they were living there,

S S :making repudiate love the to Idea Cherry, and Allx Martin Indignantly has no and ghastly face. giving a breakfast at the 'Bohemian. t urnlng to ashes. "Oh, Allx-my darling! My own big "Helen will stay here" the i..".. n"D.
5 conception of the real truth loiter. eomeobiiervatlon "Peter club." sister'I" him "I'II drive| *
mad Martin you're not well Ails said. "Oh the car-the automobile I'1 thevoman Cherry sobbed, falling to her assured quickly.
own Intuition* force by Allx to a ,renllxatlon and:: her "I think-I am a little upset,": he "Wb, not walk. up to the cabin* mouthed. "Oh, my God-I sawr down and come back here \V' Ihou' *bl'

I of the love exletlng. between Peter. andtiterry. answered THMwalked! hack to the Cherry suggested l In .a Blinking voice. perhaps a few of us could JIIlt inn
55 night wandering Heartbroken. In the, passes, unable the toe house together Allx ordered him to "I have to take the car up. You Ill tomorrow afternoon I'eter ht IIddtd

make up her mind a. to the course. she take a hot bath and made Mm drink three walk I Come on, anybody who timidly with his reddened eves IIlIIn

5 wUl pursue.- Rome coffee, when, refreshed und wants to ride !I" Allx: said. .. again "ond talk of her a little, tit

I Cli, >TR! XVII.-Cherry gets. an anon- grateful he came out to the porch "They can walk," Martin said. getting pray for her, a little and 'then lake
pious letter from. lt"d Ci''ek' couplingartin' half Into the front seat "Me for the jld (loc '
1 name with that of a woman an hour later They shared the her to-to rest beside the
t named Natty Wood.. She: ehow the letter little meal that was her luncheon end little old bus r' f J tor-" S
Martin. to AUx, and the latter. questioning. his breakfast. Cherry come out of the house with 7"a "I hadn't thought about juSt. !I'etfl'' ,
he practically admit the '
._ I z : w ..r the arcuaaUon.. Klverce le now openly truth. He followed her to the car and got her bat on, and Burk leaped before '\ answered still with the aIr of nndlnl

; l away talked together of. Peter Sunday.and Cherry two arrange day dlilanCHAPTER lo go. In the front neat beside tier."You're her Into the back meat Allx: watched \ L ''ii It hard to link words to thought '"But
her as she stepped up on the runningboard. ] like
t, awfully good to me, he that Is the way she wouhl
v ; S t 5'' ':. Peter realleea, XVIIt.from -Allx.Saturday manner morningS and said briefly when they were going beautiful. and saw the color flicker In her 1 / 5'' Thank you-and thank Helen far

S ambiguous rematka that ehe le aware of down: the long grade. face. S
'5. C :i the altuatlon: He does not tell cherry.::: AilS did not answer Immediately and '1 thought'you were going to walk" me"Oh, Peter to do anytliiflF'Woman tn.
: Ails and Martin deport for 1'eter'e cabin In
Peter said
S S S the automobile, leaving Peter and Cherry he thought that she had not heard. nervously. lIe had sauntered faltered. "She came II'' UII,

)SI S j, to follow them. on foot. On the way they. She ran the big machine through; the up to them with. an air of In r know when the baby was so -II-OT
met tiy a woman who the
verge Ic I-
S difference hI"
of hysterlis. Informs them the car, with valley stopped nt the postofllce and after day-my own sister couldn't
:: S Allx antI Martin Inn gone over a preil. still In silence began the climb toward "Shall I?" faltered Cherry She been to ,I"
more us
plie. 'Jliey tied Allx dead and Martin so the looked at Allx who had not w
old house.' yet ;
The roads were all badly Injured that It le felt death wouldbe "Did she Peter asked,
j a happy' rele..... narrow here but she could have followed climbed Into the car Bud was pulling the speaker steadily "Thai waS "M

: them IQ the dark, be knew, and on her driving gloves. Allx:, toward her."

CHAPTERXVIII. he understood that It wag not her driving whose face the dog was making eagersprings \ He: went out of the house and sot

1 : ; that ninda her face ao thoughtful did not appear Interested ao 1 Into a waiting car, and they dro"

Saturday came, a perfect day that and kept her eyes from meeting his. I Cherry turned to Martin "Walk withus down the mountain. Allx had, driven

S : oiled the little \, the brim.with "You say I'm good! to you, Pete" Mart?'* she 11111<1.I 1. t'/ him over this road day before ye le"

&l golden sunshine. AJIx driving aloneto IIht"lsnrprl"'I'd' him hy Haying suddenly" I "Nix.: MarUa ,said 'comfortably, not S .day-:yesterday-no.. It wo todDY ..

L S ( the mountain cub In, stared In the "I hope I am For ron'te been very stirring remembered.

5 morning freshness at the bluw over- good to mo, my dear. There's only "I'II be home before you, Pete and "Thank God I don't feel It yetI II

S. 5 lead and Bald aloud "Oh, what a day one thing In life that I haven't got. and wait for you." Allx.: said. She looked t -. ) shall feel It. Thompson I' be IBid!
want. And that at huh Irresolutely, aa If she would \f drIVlDIp.t.lm
d 5' of fold ,I" you can't unfortunately quietly. The man who was
I t for hate, added more but evidently decided -
get me. ,
: The dog sitting beside ber the .
on .
against It and ,,-' -- .....:: !! .an atwu8 glancee
hftiljlusofd spoke again only
front Beat. ,.. flapped JilslaJJ.Jn! answer jjnrkjj'j ajjd h! spoke! Peter
,S 'S eferneio the Bon "Keep= Buck, Sa..wI.. 'Y \Jf"11 Map. I,

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myriad" of insects which cause u* to /I Ij berly and Gilbert Darker were visitors THERESSTheressa .\

= = L1JI--: {]j make great expenditures In time and FARMERJJROWN to Lawtey Friday. _____ *

IIJ4 .l.1. --I I money for their eradication. At the Mrs. Walter Ferris and Mrs. Lois Dec. 9.-Mrs. E. A. Cain

4 1 same time we kill and permit others Let's go over and see the chicken Galloway and children, of Lawtey, and Miss Rhoda Bennett left for the

The Bradford to kill the birds in our fields and for- fchow. Here's a lot ot chicken and spent Thursday here guests of Mrs county seat Monday to take teacher,
x'i:i tj:! I With 'tests, many of which are not game turkey They draw them ,just the II. C. Wimberly. examination.C. .

I birds. We neglect to recognize these tame as they do the blankets. G. A. Gibson, of Jacksonville, ar- A. Youngblood was a visitor t.

Farmers birds as our friends. Rather, we or- Come on. What do you wants turkey rived Friday to take the position as Hampton Thursday.Mr. .

I County I dinarily consider them as unnecessary for? second trick operator for the Seaboard and Mrs. T. B. Triest were ,t.

.J neighbors, or we actually regard them railway.W. tending to business Tn
1 ....,. Oh, I just want to trymy luck just Thin
._N.N.._. NIf NININ N +N IN NNNNNN+ us positive enemies. In nearly every once, Samantha. Here foes. Max Wimberly, of Jacksonville, day.Messrs.

: r case these bird-neighbors,: are ourtrit.nd spent the week-end here with his par- B .C. Owsley and T. F. ..
l 1,)'; iii.. I, : You won a turkey the first shot out Dr,
constantly aiding us by keeping ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. ant motored to Hampton
1 of the box. Here:. your turkey. Friday.J. .
+ ryf; 'c: I'IlA VIN(: IIINTS TOR THE UNINITIATED Shealy advises again"feeding number! of animals or pas-to- down destructive insects. What in the world are you goingto Messrs. W. E. Marr, Geo. Wilkinson L. King, Sr., was. in our Uwn
I turing a large thrice before and Baldwin Marr were visitorsto
Think twice, yes even .
C Q should be ro- do with that turkey now you haveit Thursday.Mrs.
gether. The pastures taking the life of the litle bird. It Starke Saturday. John
and It Is advisable ? was shopping ;,ia
tated frequently and Godwin of
Extension l SpecialistsGive best Messrs. Sibley
be friend.
Agricultural may your
Carry it home. Here hold it. Hampton Friday.
4 and need them if possi you
Information to Beginner to cultivate Maxville, were transacting business .
k "J' ble. All grass, leave and other material I want to try it again.I Miss Ida Hagan was visiting rein
here Saturday.Mr. .
t,. ,
r 1 for whitefly and scale used for bedding should be raked FEEDING YOUNG PIGS won't do no such thing. Come on and Mrs. Ellis McCormick of in Hampton Friday.
In spraying Rowe
A. ] Insects the main object Is the complete and burned once a week. The surface away from this gambling joint. You Manning, were visiting friends here ., Johnstown Mersey and daughter, Ads, of

of both sides of every of sleeping quarters and pens I To be a successful hog raiser, necessity I a church member T-shame on you. Sunday. were visiting at the horn\
wetting I
,, : 'of Mr. and Mrs. It.
LF leaf and all of the trunks and the should be sprinkled liberally with air- I demands that one be an ex- Well, here's some farm tools. Guess Miss Ollie Mart\ returned Sunday week.C. M. Hersey, this,

branches. slaked lime : pert when it comes to feeding pigs. I can look at them without gambling. from a visit with relatives at Mims. I

,1. I j is ntcelll
vq,+, Good pressure depends upon the ed once a week with strong homemadelye much more than being able to supply Strawberry Plows? ville, visited relatives here Sunday. ; Starke Saturday.
rlrq FI amount of pressure 'of I Mrs. E. J. Ballinger and childres
nozzle and the ability/ of soap and boiling water, rinsed the pigs with .an abundance feed. $9.00.

;jw size of the A j'M l work- thoroughly und exposed to the sun. It is more difficult to feed young Why I can buy them for that at LAWTEY arrived here Monday, Mr. Bailing
it. rui/
I the man handling pleasure, ; a Automatic watcrers, which can be attached animals successfully than it is to feed Starke and save the freight and garden I having bought and moved to the p
handle 250 pounds -
rr can to a barrel, are satisfactoryand older ones. The digestive tract of plows at 425. Cane mills T Why, M. Geiger place. We' welcome tbr>m

.I sanitary. the young animal Is delicate and eas- DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store carries Lawtey, Dec. .-Enoch Griffis I to our little town.

s \ operated !Spray" the pens once a month with ily Put out of order. When it is disturbed all kinds of them and everything spent several days in Bunnell last I R. M. Homey, J. P. Padgett:\ IIn4,
barrel' ump
s, 1r slow man. little fellow cannot else to make and Oh, week. G. M. Bennett were among the "
more than II 3 per cent solution of some of the the growor put up syrup. I 81.
I j 1 by hum) will riot. carry Moral eliminate creolin products. Add sufficient lime gain in weight. It takes much our town Is, or will be, on the hard Mrs. R. D. Bennett and childrenwere i tors to Starke Saturday.
t' pound Starke I
to 100 visitors to Saturday.
;i, of at to how where the spray has been ap- time and feed to get a pig growing road. We don't have to come up to Fred Cloversettle was a visitor 1 It
A-power pomp I
""t hand Oliver and brother of
I the pump.| \ Miss Myrtle
should lie | plied., after it has once stopped. It in dif. your town to buy what we want. Can Hampton Saturday.
1T.r! pounds pressure' i of Rev. and Mrs.E. .
f leant > Baldwin were guests
6 \ 11 I I In case of infestation the following! ficult to overcome periods of stunt- get everything at Starke now. II. C. Edwards, of Palatka, !spent i
1' D. .
used Boyer Sunday.Dr.
p ,'i { ... : is suggested: One teaspoonful spirits edneBB. I wish I had never drawn tnis tur- a few hours at the home of Mr and
niiiount of spraying E. L. of
; Tin / Biggs, Starke was a
''j I turpentine for a 100-pound hog, givenin Pigs just weaned must be fed nutritious key. He won't keep still a minute.I'll Mrs. H. E. Moorer Sunday.
tree va.l'
jirciled, to thoroughly cover a professional visitor to Lawtey Thurs-
i ; t>, -;.'t'. ries with the size of the tree. A very a little moist chop, thoroughly mixed palatable and easily digested give you $1.00 for him. Johnnie Williamson was vi itinj! ,

/ tree will not require over half once a day for three days; with- feeds, nays Professor J. M. Scott, of No, you won't. lIe l ia worth $2.00. day.Paul Dinkins was called from Jack friends here Sunday.

it \ ?I young gallon while an extra large tree hold six days and repeat even a thirdor the Florida Experiment Station. In When you get sick of him bring him sonville last Tuesday on account of j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. llinson are tin

# 'J' 'I' will a 'take 15 gallons. The average fourth time If necessary. Do not adddition the feed must be concentrated around and I'll buy him of you. the serious illness of his 2yearoldson. proud parents of a fine baby girl,

'i give turpentine to and ; Come Josefus. Let's born Nov. 27th.
I feet requires about pregnant sows. must not be coarse bulky. on, go.
'I J' .tree of 10 to 12 At this writing the boy's con-
..4: 8 gallons. The pig's digestive! tract is small, j My, what fine chickens. I don'tR'e dition i is greatly improved.Dr. ) I Arthur Moorer was a visitor 14

r."t .' DIVERSIFICATION THE KEY- hence the feed must be small in I no wheel to draw here. Keystone Park Saturday.
should In- done for a r at E. T. Campbell, of Starke was
'b 4 lr r .t i1!' .Spraying NOTE TO SUCCESS amount and contain sufficient ingre No, they are not tot sale now. Come I
,. rain or when the foliage is dripping a professional visitor to Lawtey Sun-
;t 'ing a the leaves dients to supply the demands of n around Saturday night. We may be i i Martality is on the decrease in the:
. wet as tile water on
.'; Diversity, Including the raising of young, growing body.A able to sell you some then. day.J. country, except in cases where eons
f : the < solution": Spraying D. Randall of Orlando was a
dilutes "Ir.y i ,
?' least 10 minutes before livestock, l is without doubt the key- good grain mixture for pigs Is: What will you give me for this turkey guy steps on the gas.
w q should cease ut visitor to Lawtey Thursday and Fri .
l ," note to successful farming. Anyone Corn 50 pound, shorts 25 pounds, ?
+ nhowcr and not ho resumed until
't d' a crop, choose what you may is sure to peanut meal without hulls 20 pounds, Don't want to buy.Let'll day.Mr. |i True the eyes of the world are .entered
l ;p.: dripping. of )leaves has stopped and Mrs. R. M. Tracey were
+ fail in the in the grand stand. A Washington but
r long run. tankage C pounds. Feed only as go up upon we mt-
An expensive spraying outfit called to Mactlenny the first part of
t try man told me they are having some poet they are beginning to ache(
The with will clean In
JI much the
,' 1 ,;ilt"!' costly mull-rials, should not be turned man a variety crops is as pigs up. I the week on account of the death ofa .
almost certain of substantial income addition to this each pig should begiven fine trapeze and slack wire performance -
, If over to men who know nothing; or care a I relative. .
a nothing about thoroughness In their says Prof. J. M. Scott, of the from 1 to 2 quarts skim milka free. Mrs. W. M. Redding of Jacksonville I No, it isn't the short skirts that
Florida be I What 50 cents to go up there forboth are becoming popular. It's what they
Experiment Station. With day. Green feed should
a wok, or the proper' manner of handling visited relatives in Luwtey the t I
+ 0 + 6 a valuable. and delicate machine. the one-crop man the same thing Is in liberal amounts. For green of us? first part of last week. reveal.

: t not true. If the one fails or pasture, oats and rye will be No; 50 rents each.
Oil hhould be mixed with crop I Mrs. J. W. Barber was a visitor to
; sprays ''If the Well, let's go. I don't want to back I To Cure a Cold ia One Duy
market for it is much l is found goud.COUNTY.
e ;' soft water or water that has I"nI poor .Macclonny the first part of last week. .
p out for 50 cents. Take LAXATIVE UROMO: QUININE 'TO' '
softened.'r lost. A farmer of the one-crop: type Mrs. J. Rigdon, of Starke, visited stops the, .<:.oulti( and tlt>nftirli] ., and *i ulflh'
I See them four men up on that wire? .W. OKOV' Mt
must depend on the bank or fertilizer AGENTS' REPORTS Cold t" : Binuature on CUL
i relatives in i
.1 Sprayin should be dune for a rea- Lawtey Saturday. I
j. company I wish Sliver was here to see that.I .
9 son and not on the hit or miss plan to carry him through( an- don't! Let's go down. Don't look All of the Lawtey high school ---
f+, { other year when he strikes a bad year DeSoto local farmers
n The best manner in which to judge --Twenty-one that way, Jonefus!' Those women! teachers with the exception of Mrs.
i If he hud diversified his chances would I
y ? proper lime for spraying l is to watch have placed orders with me for 8,400 and they haven't got any dresses on'! II. II. Black, who has a state certi- 1886
have been
+r i t' the trees, know the different pests to have-had more numerous. He would pounds of picric acid to be used for You can go if you want to, but I ficate, went to Starke last week to
hogs and cattle and
eggs blowing out and other farm
and the ofa stumps take examination.
+ be guarded against by use paid a big round dollar and I'm goingto
I poultry to Bell. lie would have had
good hand lena be able to tell the purposes. stick. That beats anything I ever W. F. Godwin was a visitor to the
corn, potatoes etc All of these things
approximate moment when spraying saw in Starke. county scat Monday.C. .
would help to tide the bad
'+ I will be most effective und economical. ) over year. Brevard-All packing houses are Here comes the horses. Guess the R. Sapp, of Starke transacted
The farmer who
k Some people' spray periodically, regardless grows a variety!; running and fruit is going north- girls are fckeered of them. They all business in Lawtey Saturday.
r and has livestock his farm
of the presence of Insects in crops on ward in a steady stream bringing ex- scooted for that tent. Mrs. H. J .Thomas was a visitor
will be able to convert much of his
large or small numbers. This method cellent prices. A large percentage I I'd rather see them perform than to Jacksonville Saturday.
into f1l'at'and milk and
4a' will control the pests if done often crops eggs'and of the fruit is bright, the result of all the hoss racing. My, but that Ernest Norman spent.Sunday at the
at the some time turn back to the
% enough, but will generally prove I careful and systematic spraying this horse docs move mighty! fast-faster home of his parents near Raiford.We .
soil valuable plant food for future
hip. expensive. '"Others spray after the year than Rastus did the first time I hitched are glad to report that A. II.

t? l inflects have become numerous and crops. This is a general practice I him to the plow and he got skecred Harley who was quite ill for a day or STARKE
farmers must if want to
follow they
It rr i the, damage' Is done. Thin Is too late. Osceola--l\luny farmers are spray and ran away. (woof, last week, is improving.
live at home and board at the
There is still another class who will ing fruit and truck. Truck crops are Let's go down Samantha. I wantto The Holiness preaching services
place. The farm that
gets large
I w not opruy for nny reason whatsoever. portion of its food, food for man a and fine. Cabbage !beans and tomatoesare see if I can sell this doggone old which have been going on for about OIor. mmmmmIIDII1mmt1: : !!! !:

Spraying! In the right manner, with on the local market already. Some turkey to the fellow I got it from. I two weeks at the town hall under the
beast and soil from elsewhere CASKETSAnd
the correct pressure, at the proper eggplants and peppers have been shipped don't want to beat him out of his tur- leadership of Rev H. J. Thomas, came ,
hardly be called real farm.
n time, with suitable materials, willgive to dstant markest. to a close Sunday night. The services I a Full Line of

satisfactory results. Any other In order to carry stock through periods key.I wish we had never come up here. were largely attended.A. Undertaker' SapplictAUTOMOBILE

+ kind of spraying; will Rive almost any when pastures are scant ample Polk-Growers are optimistic regarding You just threw away your dollar A. Crews, of Highland, was a

' other kind of rcnultn. provision must be made for storing fruit prices and are pleasedat Say mister How many chances visitor to Lawtey Sunday. HEARSE

feed. Corn cribs, potato houses, hay the recent freight reduction. will you give me on your blankets for Rev. E. D. Bayer filled his appointment Always on hand. The best service .

{ LUNG WORMS PREVALENT IN mows or sheds, und silos are neces- this turkey? at the Baptist church Sunday at the lowest.. prices. Special

J, FLORIDA) HOGS sary. The silo is possibly the most attention to telegraph orera. -
Gadsden-Prizes won at the state I'll give you ten chances. morning and evening.

j.j.J' j economical saver of feed for cattle.In fair on Gadsden exhibits netted $180. You've bought a turkey. W. E. Torode was transacting business I- Registered Embalmer.

I v Lung! worms are quite prevalent it the entire nutritive value of feed Here's your tickets. in Jacksonville Tuesday.

,' t among Florida holt According; tot fan be saved. Silage is succulent, Hamilton-Our farmers sold and Here Samantha, you take five. I'll DeWTIT C. JONES

&.if Dr. A. L. Shenlly, professor of veterinary furnishing green feed! thru the winter shipped four carloads of sweet po- play) first. Here goes. Nothing doing. Too often the test of friendship Is I STARKE, FLA
e science at the Florida college of months. If may take the placeof a willingness to' be used.
I tatoes this week, receiving a net priceof ) you try. Nothing doing. t mmaI
jp agriculture, the worms are spread the pasture In summer during a Lost Now I'll lost.
I : t 71 cents a bushel for them. me. again. try-
i+ a i through the discharge of eggs( from drought. Well, I'll play all\ of mine then you
\ the nostrils of infested hogs durinnI -
Walton-we are in the midst of syrup -
coughing. The eggs, coming In contact BIRDS AMONG OUR VERY BEST try.Well
"' .I making with an excellent crop of I declare, young man, I be- GENERAL INSURANCE
A,, I with the feed or water, find entrance FRIENDS cane. Our farmers are still planting lieve this is a skin game. We haven'twon

t I ,j, 1 to the system; either before! large acreage of> blueberries. a thing, and you've got my tur- .
. i. or after hatching, through the digestive Often does the farmer think and HAROLD C. WALL

' ;'r ., I ,. tract They may reinfust! the look upon the birds around his farm Orange-Four of our communitiesare key.Come away, Joecfus. This l Is gamb-

!t' '. t' same animal, or other hogs us his enemies. No doubthe is often preparing local fairs to be held STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

They are hard to eradicate, once annoyed by depredations of birds. But late this winter.AlachuaFifteen. ling.No, tain't, when you win.

+' of (.i they have gained entrance to the body hardly has he ever stopped to realize LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.

l: 1 ) Consequently prevention'and sanitation that the birds are among his best pigs belongingto HIGHLANDHighland.

M I practices should be observed. Dr. friends. our club boys were taken to the I -

y The bureau of biology, U. S. department state fair. Not small
I CALOMEL USERS TAKE prizes, I Dec. 9.-Miss Beth Wim-

e 1 AN AWFUL RISK I of agriculture has made a our boys won seven championships berly and Miss Ethel Rickswere_ bus A. MARTI SEED CO.

survey of the work of birds and rte and four grand championships in the I iness visitors to Jacksonville Thurs

Indings arc interesting and instruc pig club and four OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
Very Next Done of Treacherous Drug prizes in the open day.

1Iaytart!\ Terrible Salivation tive. For instance: On one Utah farm show. This county also won first in Messrs. Hubert Cooper and F. M. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

: infested by the alfalfa weevil English peanut club and second in corn and Surry, of Jacksonville, were transact' SEED POTATOES

The next dose of calomel you take sparrows alone in one season fed sweet potato clubs. ing business here Friday. We
Spaulding Number 4 Roe, Early Red Bliss Triumph and Iriih Cobblers. are
may salivate you. It may shock your to their young it l Is estimated 500,000of
." Calomel John Peeples, Jacksonville, was a now ready 10 quote contract price for December and January delivery.
wc 1% liver or start bone necrosis. the pests, making them about a Madison-This county won first business visitor hero Thursday and ','Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Main. grown, selected seed. AdviX

+ is silver.dangerous.It crashes It is into mercury sour bile, quick-likes third of the diet of the growing birds. place in the pig club contest at the Friday quantity and variety: you will want. .

1 dynamite, cramping and sickening Sixty-six kinds of birds feed on the state f/tir./ Kenneth McMullen also F. M.-Crews left Friday for Wild- MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS
cotton boll weevil the greatest feathered the Have mad. good with both the email gardener and fair er and the one wk
won $250
of you. Calomel attacks the bones and scholarship given by wood for a visit with his daughter Seed and .to-
thousand of Martin' Hy Test '
plant acre Plant fall with
should never bo put into the system. enemy of this pest being the Williamson and Dennis; to the University Mrs. J. O. McCormick.E. sure result. :your crop eG'

r If you feel bilious, headachy con. orchard oriole. A single stomach of of Florida for showing the Wilkinson was a visitor to Starke FALL CATALOGUE

and all knocked out, just got this kind of bird contained
1 stipated upon ex- best individual junior boar pig. Saturday. intereilM
Martin'*Fall Seed Catalogue I now ready. Writ. for it. Everyone
to your druggist and get a bottle of amination; 41 boll weevils." Mrs. A. J. Rowe and Harry Taylor In Florida' fall and winter crop should avail thenuelve of information contain"* '1

iii DodHon's Liver Tone for a few cents It is stated that hardly an agricul Volu Tangerines are moving made a business trip to Maxville Sat- in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who tend In theirnames

I which is a harmless vegetable substitute tural pest exists that has not numerous from here by the carloads. urday. promptly. Write for it today. lie
for dangerous calomel. Take a I
i, spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou effective bird enemies. "Twentyfive Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- E, A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.

up better and quicker than nasty kinds of birds are known to feed Lake-Our farmers are systematically ifred Wlmberly were shopping In r .. -

calomel and without making you sick upon the clover weevil and a like spraying and fertilizing their JacksonvilleSaturday.. -

you just go back and get your mon- number on the potato beetle, 36 on groves this fall. I H. C. Wlmberly Jr., left Saturdayfor Big 9 Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
the codling moth 40 the ''lf order fertW
on gypsy a couple of weeks' visit with relatives you your
f+ti ey.Don't take calomel! It cannot be moth, 49 on horseflies, 67 on billbugs, If you don't want to be known as at Madison. zer without getting: our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof

k trusted any more than a leopard or 85 on clover root borers, 98 on cut a nuisance don't run around with a Miss Ethel Ricks, Miss Beth Wim- Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides -

f+ \) 1 z a wild cat Take Dodson's Liver Tone and worms, 120 on leaf hoppers and lOS grievance. Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
which straightens you right up
on wire worms," according tothe find- Unrvrs Tasteless cnffll 1F.trt. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
No neccs-
;L makes you feel fine. Jt'. easy to tell a lie, but sometimesit
ings of specialists of the Departmentof FLORIDA
b Give it to the children because I rattans vitality and onertfy by patlfyto sodas JACKSONVILLE l
' { :: sary. and cannot .Agriculture.In is mighty hard for a fellow to rich lnj the blood. You can soon CM Its ftrend*

{ I .';, Is perfectly-Adv.-harmless 37. I, our grove and fields there are square himself by telling another ...1.,.. avitfocatloil Effao.: Price USA. Get December let, 1921 reduced price lists before buying.

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LONG BRIDGE Sunday.Col. will\ on the fifth day of January. A. D. 1I2!. 1C 4tx

A. S. Crews and N. T. Ritch make .ppllcot on 1o thf Ilnnorahla. A. V. Len., i j
'j Judge of lha Circuit Court of th. FUhth: Judlelal -
Long Bridge Dec. -lfr.. end Mrs. of Starke were visitors to our town Clrrult of lib Rial of Moridit for a .

II. O. Rivers and little daughter were Sunday. charier tttarko! tiicoriwmtlnu, Florida the Klrat D.pti.t| Churrkof

liusincBi visitor. to Luke Butler last "'. 1. Roberts! of Jacksonville! was The rharartrr aodoJ..t. of th. auld. corIH .
.. ....
> will Im to proHiuta the wontblp, of '
Monday .tsiting{ his family here* recently. and Inntructlon In the Chrlutlan rullnlan.anil .
Mr. and Mr L. I.. fienfroe, of New to maintain tlio government" of ita local
Brady Rosier, of Jacksonville, was office.... .. .
were In this section Sunday. nrrordinK to Ilia .Uel. of //alth formof
River (tor hero last week-end. government. and worship of tlm llarllnt denomination
Miss Ruby Mae Johns was a visitor In the united. II.....-. of America
to New River Saturday. I flkt 1. H'' 1'n\ Rosier of Rosier town was ... t.i buy ...!.1.! m............ !ruse. hold andcanwy
I'' .. much reel and |....nnal |>riiN>rty
Clarence Adkins and George Rivers "Saturday.p only a. may Iw. m cmary, for a church churchyard

in New River Sunday morning.A t .I I II ,A'lingr and brother Joe of and luuturfum, to ..-I"t l for a |x>rli>d ofninnyn'nc
were I II Inc.. rrara and to make ..".Ie_, and
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. 'I. visitors ]here Sunday.! to rWt, tilTlrvra from time to time to carry
I I JVlr.. u., nut flu purlnma. for which said roriHiratlonahall
Leon Thomas Dec. 1st. : i '. of Lake Butler was exlut.
.t in town .
t fl ,(k,,
Dr. King: of Lake Butler! passed t > W. T. \\rFhS. SlarV.. Florida.' '
Dr. Ma, I.. ('. I'dWKUU Ktarko. . .
section Thursday while ?" ,
through our I.nke Butler
WM n 1'Kltlir' I5)VFlt.l Ktarka, Florida.\
enroute to New River. I professional, ."? visitor, here ,last J. W. MOKUAN. Clarke, Florida

Mrs. B. J. Sapp was In New River 1*. ? week. 1.T. I F.N. KirKI.I1FR"I.IMIMIK.H.. "Marks....k., Morlda.Tlurlda.

last week. .I ? iFi J.. t. WUIULKV tlle' ., Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fenka and children !- I z "

of Jacksonville spent the week- S t "i' &'g Life NOTICE ,j

end here with relatives and friends. _' I "Tounir man the 'Hi,,,;, worst" I Bradford In Court County 1 of County urine.. Stale' of Florida.
than high life In re ealate of William O. Tiaon minor.
of Jacksonville\ is vis-
Cecil! Adams
the wise man who Is ii Notice to swan, to all whom it mayconcern

itin at the home of B J. Snpp this nee. "Oh. I don't km? ",1.a I William, O.that TlKon Theodore mlnnr.Tlaon will...on ituardian the Und of r q

young nniu who knew uhimself. I riny of IXiconilHr, A. I>. 10K1. apply, to the
week.Walter Millins and of '. Honorable R. A. flrrcn. county bulge 'In and
brother 'It no wortif tli .. ir said county, OIL his office In courthouse
White Springs passed through this I on a hlfih' nlar-1'"lol.1o Rlarke. In aald county and state, at 10
I M>k a, m,. or an soon thi>nafuir .. the
section Saturday enroute to New Riv Volon. r can bo heard for authority tn aril .
or I'HvaU ally toe following d... rll-t
er. >*e, the pmiwrty' of lllmni, U. Tlaon.
II. T. Parncll of New River wail in Old- City's Prldt. in add county' of liradfurd and ital.lowits .

our burg last week.J. The pride (,f Qnelioc Is Its", cldntcihill \ vThlHreU, and two-thlrda fort oft + '

Moody spent Saturday and Sun- from which there Is a view tlux lllock, II In the original town
D. *dty In the world can match. It tow' I, i .
day at Graham with his grandparents I. .tIUoD for ouch aale now OA
_. era, almost sheer, hundred of feet
and Mrs. McKinney.P. .
Mr. above the St. Lawrence on one Bide \1'21.
D. Welch spent Thursday and 1. I IHKODOnB!!: TISON
and the city on the other, giving the .. (JuanluiB.
Friday in Waldo attending to business. A ire vision a wide and nudden range of 'i., ll-is-ena-u.: S'

river and forest and pariah and the far .

),fl'. and Mrs. Q. A. Strickland spent purple Laurontlana ,. In Ch!,"bile' *'"," '19' '1II1''CATIONJudicial
'" Piorlda' . r lyhtbeery .
i i, ,
the week-end in New River with Mr. 'f '.I t.mty. In Chu.-
a r
and Mrs. H. T. Parnell.Mr. .... Sara n u ''I""
Smooth Work. ,. I
and Mrs. U. D. Johns and little .,n,
That job Is bent done nt which the John ,.
W. McMnIt '
son, of Pine Hill, passed throughthis liosBlnj is least In e\'ldeDce.-AlhaD7 ?, \ '", : .
appearing. k ;'
section Monday.A Journal. '" .
Mil filed In the a1.! 1' I 1. Ik. ,.
the W. "I J'.ha .
enjoyed at McMillan the. f
candy pulling was 't
WORK OF THE KED CROSS la a1on.r.a4Jent: of i :'......... .><
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rcnfroo To Remove the Mote. he la B realdcnt of HI .'.:"d 1,; Mrningtuo

Friday night. Among those presentwere When traveling ono should always I .". of .twenty Carolir:yean .: +

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns of list this week and we hope her a Sunday here with his mother Mrs S. J. O. Brooks and family, of Jacksonville bear In mind Unit cinders are apt te la dered that aald non. ,realdi ;:,.I
New River Mr. and Mrs L. L. Ren- bed their way Into the f'yel. An eyf hrrvby required to nplromplalnt > ,
speedy recovery J. Kelly. moved here last week. Mr. Had In said rn ,I..
froe Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews Mr. 1 cup a lotion for bathing and a few Monday, the lath day of I I'' .
Dr, Tribble of LaCrosse, was a Mr. and Mrs. Patch of Worthington Brooks has lived here before and i I. Baxseed 1H2I. olhrrwlae th* allinratiui ,
should ,
: bo Included In
:your I
and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and mother visitor here Saturday afternoon. spent the week-end here with the well known throughout the commun- package. A bnrnolc acid solution. will will It I.1 b.further taken a.orikowd confeaeml that. by thin i ,'" + ta

Howard Thomas Homer Welch: Geo. Harley Thomas of Graham was in letter's parents Mr. and Mrs P. A. ity. We are glad to welcome them be :found soothing for eyes that ore Iw" llnlird ones a week for four aoruiH. ?i
Rivers Mr. and Mrs J. E. Adkins In the Ilradfont ,
leli-Krai i I ,
Crosby. buck flamed w
us. from Hist wind '
town Saturday. I among or forolcu mall iiaiirr, piibliahrd, In said county and S
and children, Onie Rivers Eunice McKinney Messrs. L. A. Brown and P. Jos. E. Wilson of Gainesville was W. II. Andrews was a visitor to let. Ihla November lath, Ill! ,
E. A. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. I.. M'I 0. W. ALDERMA
Barefoot were in Starke Sunday here Tuesday attendin to business af Starke one day last week. ---- (Seal) Clerk tllreult '
B. Crews and children, Cecil Adams NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FORt Sty C. A. KNI011'1
of Jacksonville Rose Johns Mr. IIndIII's. I ternoon. fairs. J. I. Moody of Sapp spent las IIAH1I:K I IHetvliy I II. F.. KNIGHT '''ro,,( c.I r
Mrs. It. T. Ostccn has been on the l'ine.llill lodge F. & A M., No. weekend hero with hsi, family. notice la nivin that tltc uniU rMlirni, tUiliullor for Complainant 11-18-fit-l.? ..
Johns Mrs. Charlie Mc-
sick list. 9, elected oflicers Saturday afternoonas -
Kinney and children: B. J. Sapp Ev- Several from here attended thmovies !
John PinhoUter and -Miss Jewel follows:
erett Renfroe, Amy Renf at the state farm Saturday
roe. J of af- R. T. W. M.
Crews LaCrosse spent Sunday Ostecn
G. W. Sapp was a business visitorto night.J. .
Starke one day last week. ternoon here with friends.C. J. W L. Pmholstcr S. W. O. Jacobs wan a visitor to Lake Pordsort

M. Andrea of Jacksonville was! C. J. Crews, J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp were visiting Saturday night.

at the home of Mrs Rink Richard In town Monday. P. A. Crosby Treasurer.P. Mrs Nelson Ritth was a visitor to -
D. J. Byrd, of Graham passed! thru M. Barefoot 'Secretary.
Thursday night. Jacksonville lust work.II. .
here Sunday afternoon.Mr. N. E. J. D. .
This community was shocked when Baxter W. Raiford A. T. Mlzclle Ear I
and Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son, r r.--
L. M. Waters, J. D.
news reached here that Mr. Rink RIchard Whitten and W. II. Andrews wore vis.Itors .

of Lake Butler was dead Lewis spent Sunday' afternoon in U. D. Johns S. S. to Luke Butler Monday.' + : ?IJyl.%. ..

Grover Snpp those who Stnrlio. W. S. Nubb J. S.
was among Miss Adino Watson spent last week
Mrs. Fannie Sims, of Newbcrry Is
C. N. Shaw Tyler.
attended the burial of R. Richard ntPekle Tend in Slurko visiting her mother.
here her Mrs. Ida I
visiting sister |
I. W PmhoUter Sr. Chaplain.
cemetery last Friday. Prof. Thornqupst spent lust weekend
Ran!:')". j I n. J. Byrd Marshal. I
Mrs II. L. Sprinkle passed thru in Starke visiting relatives.
Marvin Hazen is spending this weekin ; H .Y. 1'. U. will be carried out by
our burg ,
Jacksonville attending to business W. II. ,Andicws spent Tuesday i ii in
Dcnzil Thomas of Miller is visiting group one Sunday night: Everybody i Starke attending to business.
affairs. |I Invited to attend. Miss Eunice llazcn I
his sister Mrs. W. M. Thomas.
Harold Wall and Miss Madge Mid
Mrs. S. J. Kelly spent Monday in loader.
School was closed here part of last | | dleton, of Sturkc, wore visitors here
Static with her daughter Mrs. S. J.
i W. B. Harvard of Tampa is here
week on account of Miss Humhel taking I ,
-- -- - -
the tern-hern examination in Kelly ;1 this week the guest of R A. Wwks. I t li'f y
J. L. Gilyard and family, of Aliuh- 1 t '
Starke. Services were held Friday night at How's Your Stomach

ua, have moved hero and are occupying the home of A. A.
:Maud Crews was in New River on I Hazen '!
and Your
Saturday afternoon. the E. L Crosby cottage. j I I Jim Mott of Worthington was a' Liver ? '!::

Lloyd Clark was attending to business Quite a crowd from here attendedthe visitor here Tuesday morning. I| Health is Moat Vital to You
cane grinding at W. II. HurreU'B I I
in New River Saturday i, PiirJinm, N. O.--"An for ]>r. l'i<'rllO'.
home at Bradford Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dollar Sapp and lit I|I RAIKORI1j I Oolcieii Mtxliu-tl Ji' ''ivfry which J use
Tho Adventists held their quarterly conxtuutly, 1 il.iu't '<,-licvn Ilium ill ln't1
tle a -
daughter in New River
were I
last meeting here Saturday. i i Raiford Pec. 0.;:=Mrs. W. II. Andrews 1 tr'no II 1/(1/ In. 1 use!. for' lioadi -
week. i at ho, stotnnrh, diw] ",Jere and tnrfi l !h
I.V.. T'inhoUter, Jr., is on the sick and little son, John Arthur
Mrs. Joe Hodges and daughter of | It ill not iiiiploiiMfiiit, u: Ink and] ilueft nut; y'I
list this week. :: who have been visiting relatives In
this section, were attending to buss |I leuvtj a voiid'tpatud .iKHiililiim. UH w. many
in Messrs.\ Percy and Herman Moody: ''Jacksonville and_ Uunnell have returned of the liver, pills| !| and nioilii'titan Jo. Iti
ness New River last week.
i tinea ita work and 'leitvon! one fooling like
and sister Jewel of LaCrosse were to their mo. She wall ne-
Mrs.! P. S Crews was numbered. on a new |M the sick list last week. visitors here Sunday. |(companied] by her mother and sister, GJ..uu "'t.'

Several l from here attended churchat Mrs. J. F. White and daughter, Eve. You can qiiiolely put yourself in A-l
Prayer well attendedat
meeting was I New Hope Sunday '''lyn of Bunnell, who will visit here ronditi/m; l hv going!; : to your druiwwt midobtaining

the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Leo Greene of Pine Hill was a visitor till after Christmas. I !this IIH'cvtlry I of Ji, )'", r<1e'. "J1ze. End of I H;
Renfroe Saturday night.J. in tab'ebi: or lirinuJ. "I' write Hr. I'KTUO,,
E. Adkins was attending! to bus here Friday afternoon. I Miss Carrie McKay was visiting! 1"'IOIiII'lIt! Invnlulnf. IloU l, in BulTaJo
iness in Wiley Kelly of New River spent relatives in Jacksonville recently N. Y., for free mcriicul ulvico
New River Monday.W. !
M. Thomas was a business visitor .. : No Worm in'a Healthy Child a Perfect Dayend

{ to New River ,
Saturday. I All children troubled with Worms Lava, an uobialtuycolor -
Master George Rivers was a visitor wiilih: Indicate poor. Must and...
rule then w mote oc' ItiM stomach t
to Lake Butler last week. OKOVKS TASTELCSA: CHILL TONIC oivao rrqulerly all ready for another whether it be to J
for two or three w...... will .
e. em-lib the blond
UROOKERBrooker. rl. Ini prove tliedlaeeilon.BodBotaaaiOnera.lSinniiih.. plow, harrow drill ; to run the thresher the

mint. Tonic to the whole ayatem. Nature will lima corn shelter, the hay baler or what-not For
thnn. off or dliinol the WCJr I..od tlm Child will tie
Dec. 9-G .B. Colson spent 4Li:1.: In iMrteot tiMlth. .'.....01 toots. ." T8o per"buttle. Fordson Tractors are not only doing In the

Wednesday transacting business in -'- - most economical and most efficient manner, all

LaCrosse. JOB( WHITE CO.I general field work for farmers the world over
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter '
ansusrsa n.
Ona Rita of Gainesville spent I ---1. tO1 but they are saving them time labor and

the week-end here. __ r 1 ....aN e money in taking care of every power job.

A. A. and B. F. lIazen spent last pm vsir.... --' It combines all of the qualities-all of the advantages

Thursday afternoon in Starke, i. Furs
-you have wished .for In tractor.It
a .
R. E. Fox worth, of Jacksonville has
rented the farm of J .E. Brooks who -- is light; It is powerful; it is efficient; it is

is now residing in Knoxville, Tenn., the Quloiira M Dot !'Ioll.fleel TIPWAP ,- 11-.. J economical in both fuel consumption: and up

and expects to farm here next year. + TIV I. HOD1tlQIl1NINI: nrl,; ('Isbetejr.rclraluk.o, keep; it is durable; it is dependable; and it U

We are glad .to welcome the new I In by Uw anyone Lima.vlihnut't.W.:CH'JVt r':u lna S nnvouanma ID i tu .uu or,:i"nS suu not extravagant in cost

comers to town.
our -
4 M. P. Matheny spent Saturday at. To: ; Stop a Cough Quick It'. hard to tell you all the *.ts about the

tending to business in Gainesville.J. lakes HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a Fordson here. We prefer to talk to you personally

It. Eddins of Gainesville spent cough medicine which" stop the cough by and to show you its many advantage.
tiealuitf the
business part of last week here attending to -A box of Inflamed GROVE'S and irrluiind 0-PEN-TRA1E tlasuns. Well. gladly; bring all the facts to )'ou.1f you

affairs. t SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and will phone or drop us a card
Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Surrcncy of Croup Is enclosed with" every botUe of

Pine Hill, were visitors here Wednes. ylv IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve

day afternoon.E. should be rubbed on the chest: and throat y

S. Gainey, of LaCrosse was in of children* sufrerlntf.tr_ from a Cold or Group 5, ,___ .1 ...:c R1 i J. tike ,
town Thursday.L. sldatth. ?Irn'nei amt'lo.,4FwUh idol heaiin..Reot In- l -
( ,
r.o.f'eoT .,.
A. Brown was in LaCrosse last the..klo oampsatvWh, tkrouia tM pore of 1. -
Thursday afternoon. I rah rmnmtlM are.ik"'d l In one cutoo....lbs . ,..,r .J,... .
com of the
combined treatment la XSo. .-I-
lies D. W. Hazcn is on the sick Just aRk / S r
I' your druggist for HAYES .
list this week. HEALING:: JlONJ.Y.:

Ethel Mae Willourc, of Bradford, - "
I 1
was in town Thursday, I I

Chester Andrea, of New River was I

a visitor here Saturday. I ,I 1 666 J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

Mesys. A. A. Hazcn II. P. Cainey, 1I I ,

A. B. Surrency and Claude Crosby cialawIC,' '. ,I Will break a Cold. Fever and AUTHORIZED

spent Monday at the county seat. I ,: Grippe quicker than anything Ford and Fordson Dealer

Mrs. Ti icy Roberts is on the sick WORK OF TilE AMERICAN RED CROSS ,; we know preventing pneumonia
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dren in business matters.It I home In Jacksonville Saturday after BRADFORD COUNTY" COMMITTEES i in ,.the duties which "will-- lali-to the i I en, but the average, two and one-half-. :

u S, Bradford County t Telegraph I is said that when a hund.' a week's visit with friends and relatives FOR SEAL SALE local. postol1l el' all oYttblbe-tfwuntry percent, is gratifying in view of th

snake" Is struck it will fly into piece of this community. which are designated as central .accounting1 fact that.public improvements undo.

, .4 t il and entered ss but the pieces will crawl toward each ; Dr. J. E. Mains, of Lake Butler, Mrs. F, A. Scott, who was appointed joints for tha.jiostal service., taken tor.relief haw. ;hardly.en t..
J i t Published weekly i ) by the Florida Public Health Association There is OM accounting point for eacb guni; With'progress "
snakewhen visitor here Mon on public
< other and unite and form a new was a professional work:
matter !
the pout
K 4'second ai county chairman of the
are not looking. In a aim day. state, except Texas and New York, unemployment will diminish more
,' '' ; ; {t1 *T office... ai; Starke. Florida. liar manner you the Prussian militarist I N. If. Stokes attended the school Christmas Seal Sale, has appointedthe which have two. rapidly.But .
;; =+ =- Bradford
= -
+ iJ : thunder snake is about to unite again board meeting in Lake Butler Monday following persons The local office also] will be the cen- this l ''survey disclosse a rca
a E. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner county to assist her in the sale of
As all ter for distribution of the postoffice
o? I' ,i after being knocked to pieces. why unemployment does not dimtm.
j of the new states have a large German T. II. Rimes was a business visitorto Christmas seals: department's propaganda for the bet- as fast as it might. Thousands a..f
" .; That wan a mean trick Bradford I population, it may be taken for Starke Tuesday. Lawtey, Miss Wilma Blanchard. terment of the service and Improve- men will not accept work that lies

: 1! I' county played on her Receding daugh granted that German propaganda is Carl Brown, a student at the University Brooker,,Mrg.i John Shriver. ment of working conditions for em- outside their trades. Thousand demand
t. oft Mrs. W. E. Allgood.
- ). I ter, Union, making tier a present diligently at work among their peo- of Florida, spent the week-end ployes. for outside work the same wacethey
' Titnes-I>em. Graham, Mra. C. B. Roberts.
j ; i the Catts case.-Ilronson ples for the purpose of sooner or later with homefolks. received in their trades. All
Starke Mrs. K, M. Johns.
( ocrat Yen, when we divided our due making them a part of Germany. DOUBLE HEADER BASKET BALL these men prevent results that
: T. II. Waters visited relatives at Miga
1.' the Cult was Theressa : Rhoda Bennett.
with Union county, under German do- GAME
najje Russia will come otherwise be possible, thereby discouraging
Providence Wednesday.
of the bog-and Heilbronn Springs, Mrs. Ella Min
out another
d inadvertently let in sense or an
minion undertakings to reduce
: Mrs Cone, of Midway, visited rela- uncm.
him. ton.
; i } we didn't care to recapture soon as the latter country gets good tives in this community last week. Randolph school, Mrs. Blanche Ed The boys and girls basket ball teamsof ployment. They will have to be elim.
: and ready. Whatever befalls Ger- the B. II. S. played Green Cove inated from relief efforts, until such
!I Are the men of Tampa becomlnf.Jletbarglc1 will hang together, Roland Thomas made a. Business wards.
whenthey many, her people Springs last Friday, and had exciting time as conditions favor their trades.
was a time trip to Worthington Saturday. Brooklyn school, Misa Carolyn Will.
: which means that the new states will games with the teams of that school.! Men whose need of work leads themto
were full of vigor and quickly) has bigger Johnnie Ward, of Providence, was Publicity committee:' J. C. Robinson
it 1 1 "hang separately. The Starke bunch was royally enter- accept any opportunity to work
against the peace in this section Saturday. Miss Amelia Ray.
pufiished aims than ever before; she is slow of Green
1jey tained by the people must be given first consideration.
+ .t) via, even to "houstonlzing" them. and will bear watching. J. I,. Brown was in Lake Butler one Chairman of finance: George C.
W but sure, Cove, who a cafe supper and afterwards ,
gave In all this
anarchists probability if .
Now they allow a bunch of dugo day last week on business. White. survey f ul.Jy
dance in honor of the vis
r to'breed strikes and interfere FLORIDA SAND Chuck Summers, of., Providence, All of the money realized by the a analyzed would show that unem
rti ., with industry and profiperity. passed through here Saturday.IN salo of Christmas seals will be usedin i itors. ployment I is diminishing to a greater
II They i The Starke boys won the game, the extent than the *< show.
1 Where are the, men of.SO'sT the. fight against tuberculosis. Everybody ,ures: That
I t work ridding the The Telegraph recently had ,a let who sell seals is final score being 13 to 28 in favor of Is if it had subtracted from
ee would make quick MEMORY OF EUGENE DOUGLAS buys or giv- the total
in Ohio for the B. H. S. boys. The star playerswere
ter from a man asking
a I
r' city of undesirables. en a chance to help, in the big edu- unemployed men who will work only
; ; copy of the paper, so he could see if Crosby, Roberts and Johns. But
;ii cational cmapalgn '> which seeks to | on their own conditions and men and
' is not there was mention of the Starke girls were unfortunate In
in California any com growIng
r Cotton growing "I am the resurrection and the life," stamp out the Great White Plague. women on strike, and based percent.
be. these their and Green Cove bore the
has been cracked up to : in parts. He also wanted to game,
all that it on the remainder the
was one of the most forceful and com- ages figuroi
i makes of soil. Had laurels to the tune of 16 to 11.
itf sample
that the low price : a our we complied away
It is said ,lace prehensive declarations of Lord. MAIL E.\RLYAND. OFTEN would have been more gratifying. Be.
,t to our of the B. H.
l hardly worth hauling | with his second request, a possible It is the determination
A ' i the staple '' Forceful and comprehensive because fore long such computation will
of it Is' settler S. their school ahead in un.
c s' tttations. Much would have been lost to I teams to put
the railway '| already demonstrated in the resurrec- The Christmastide is drawing near, doubtedly be made In fairness to men
roads for the basket ball cannot be done
improvement of the, gray sandy loam we have but this
''t'ry axed' for I tion of Lazarus, and the son of the When parcel post looms high, who need work and will work, as well
the deep sand of the deserts. does not look very promising.Yet I without the co-operation of the business -
k through and the jl( widow of Naln. Mysterious, as to The clerks and postmen plead with as to agencies striving to supply
1, r'. It ii spread on the roads sandy loam produces corn men to help with the financial
s : i I how, yet comprehensive because unto work. Ex.
making a in abundance. you; -
together, Possibly not muchas
r ', wheels soon felt it as problem.
p ( vast Improvement on the ori&lnalllur- J I the deep black soils of the corn Him had been given all power in "Mail Early," is their cry. I .

face. I belt where a kind of corn is grown heaven and earth. "If, that llveth UNEMPLOYMENT DIMINISHING True, the eyes of the world are centered
I I that our farmers will not have; but and believeth in me shall never die." Of course you want your friends to upon Washington, but we sui-

{( I'' r 4t4 A new case of poetic justice is on''which can be planted much'closer than Spiritual regeneration is the beginning getTheir A survey just completed presents pert they are beginning to ache.RubMyTistn .

;, d I Ir o' record. A few miles northeast of'',lour corn. But we mike up the difference of eternal life. These sacred gifts by Christmas day, conclusive evidence that unemployment .
'i Idlewild. No '( truths 'are'taught by all orthodox And Uncle Sam will back
Tampa! In the village of ', by planting peas; beans or pln- you up is diminishing. This survey, antiseptic and
{r 0'' name could be more romantic, more j,ders between the corn hills. With ordinary churches. If you mail .them right away. covering every state, shows wide va- pain killer, for infected sores!

expressive) of sylvan peace and love 'I,I cultivation and a little fertilizer They are taught by the great Baptist riations, it is true, decrease ranging tetter sprains, neuralgia: rheu-
1 k 1 of nature. But alas, as its name also !| the yield ,of corn is from 30 toGo church of which Eugene Douglas But'if you keep on waiting from one and one-half per cent to sev- matism.-Adv.
.,' Implies, the neighborhood is the home bushels per acre. became a member some years ago, Until the last few days, .
( wild animals, especially rac- ( This of the professing religion,, and joining at There'll be congestion in the mails - -
c of many season year our farmers - - - - - - - - -
'i t rl ooons, and coon hunters are not "idle" have plenty forbom."use, and to Providence" ) Union county. And terrible delays. - - - - - - - - -

.,, y s f ; atjii&ht. They hunt all night long, i', sell, pork and all the toothsome dishes 'Geni.lIs he .was, fondly called bya oil
I i fire !runs and cry "hyah, pup!" Often' that can be made from it, beef, milk, :iertfe circle of friends, was descend- Just ,think how disappointed

the dags' get lost; then the hunters butter, poultry, eggs, sweet potatoes, ed'from"one of the longest resident The kiddies all would be. MotoristsAre

a' blow horns and utter loud profanity. 'I corn meal I, grits,' ..rice I oranges,' pe-' I families of Bradford county. E.. H.D6uglas'father If your present came too late

I They also drink moonshine and sing '|I can, peanuts, vegetables syrup, and of the lamented,. six To hang on the Christmas tree.
"We won't go home-till mornin' t; other things too I brothers and five sisters; besides step
numerous to mention '
the,"l great disgust of the hlghfaiutlnInhabitants and we can sing with Burns_ mother and half-staters, survive Your gifts need not be opened at the end of their wits to know

i i who are prevented from i I I.I "Some hae meat and canna eat Born of good human stock, inheriting If a paster you will use; where they can have the repair workon

leeping. And to add insult to injur,1 II And some would eat that want it; strong" physical and mental'traits, "Don't open'1.until Christmas,"

the romantic name "Idlewild" But we hae meat and we can eat, Eugene bade fair to achieve life's Is a seal that you should choose.I their car properly done-how to
giving\ way to the prosaic but moreexpressive Sac let success. But in 1918 typhoid fever,
i t I I the Lord be thank It. avoid the absolute butchery that is often
one of "Coon Hollow." All this comes from our sandy soil. followed immediately by, influenza wonder if you realize '

l The soil is the only deceiving thingin largely undermined a splendid con The hardships of the clerks inflicted upon cars by incompetent

AMERICAN LITERATURE Florida. Tn the cold North or the stitution. Those troubles were later If you neglect to mail this week,
[,dry West it would prove to be rather augmented by an injury sustained ina And thus your duty shirk. persons. who hang out a sign and call

Ir / The esteemed Gainesvi'le' News, in poor, but with our constant sunshine fall, followed by blood poisoning.In t themselves "motor mechanics."

r i+ 1' an'e" *t nt article, complain that and frequent uhowers it is very pro- the thirty-fourth year of his life's And picture the poor postmen I
t r,, no American has been Awarded the ductive. pilgrimage: the end came in St. Augustine. Laden down with shoulders lame; This garage offers you the opportunityto

Nobel prize for literature. The News Another writer complains that some \ For altho 'tis "Merry Christmas"They
r I duua.not! seem to think that European land agents in Florida palm off worthless June 20, 1912, the deceased was must all work just the same. I have your repairs made in the proper
j prejudice" Is.the cause, for Nobel pruzei married to; Myrla, daughter of N. H.
land on strangers. There are, manner by mechanics who do know
_ t .4,i ve"fiillen to several Americans no doubt, dishonest real estate agents Stokes This union was blessed with So remember friends, Mail Early, I
{F --- for different endeavors, and concludes who misrepresent! matters to those the !rift of three children; and they If you'd spread the Christmas cheer their business and who have long since

I that our literature docs not come up who are willing to "buy a pig in a made up a happy home. Mail Early, and Mail Often passed the experimental in
R to the required standard. Profuse floral offerings, contributed need j Stages motor -
poke, and who do not, lihe the real And delays you not fear.
4 If we look through the directories estate of this insist that by friends, accompanied the casket mechanics.
men county, I -By Annie P. Schirmer, Clerk in j
,t I i of the large cities, we frequently come the prospective' buyers should ore the from the Ancient City to his boyhood New Rochelle (N. Y.) postofllce.
t' across names followed by "occupation, land first. Yet the truth is that therein home, from whence the remains were You pay only for the"actual time honestly

I e jt I author" There's the rub. Literature really no land in Florida that can laid to rest in Olustee cemetery, at JACKSONVILLE OFFICE TO I
R Is trade with trade to Providence. The large consumed in the work.
.# a us-a be culled worthless-unless it Is the attendance at HEAD STATE POSTAL SYSTEM:
i 1 i manufacture large quantities of "best salt marshes along the coasts. The the funeral attested the high esteemin ______, I .
+ sellers." In their business our people which Gene had been held., This .
most sterile looking sand ridges! produce Jacksonville, Dec. 6.-The postof- .
r put their think tanks to herd use, but delicious pineapples, guavas and attendance was also evidence of concern fice In this city will be the center for BATTERIES
they want their literature to be of then The overflowed lands for the bereft wife and orphaned all to the
oranges. will, matters pertaining postal
J restful kind that entertains but does after being drained, yield heavy crops children. service in Florida, according to instructions Smith's s Garage
a not tax the brain. The authors strive of many kinds. The writer mentioned "Death rides on every passing breeze, received here from Wash RSL

},," to turn out what there is demand for, became discouraged by judging And lurks in every flower; ington.:

and so we have crude, insipid novels from appearances only. If he stayshere The bud may have a bitter taste, Money orders clearances, distribu-
: with impossible heroes and\ heroines, little while he will But sweet will be the flower. STARKE, FLORIDAWtrswsffrtwuw
a find out his in the state, auditing of all accounts,
-5 t I flavored with sickly sex matter and mistake, and will praise what he now making of all disbursements for the

1 here and there a fight. The poetry is condemns. One who casts hia lot with METHODISTSunday postal service and the exercise of supervision -

:".r i I too labored and essays are too often Floridians will draw no blank. and inspection are included .......
.' \ j ': written by biased and ignorant men school 10 a. m., E. K. Perry .-
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I '}' ( i I or propagandists.We man, superintendent. We ,had 74 -- .
., { ij cannot expect anything but MILLER at Sunday school last Sunday. Were

''t (y' mediocre literature from the prolific *-T* T you there ? You missed something if
i i a t 'I I writer of today. Good literature cant Miller, Dec 9,.-A. son was born to not. We had a real Sunday school

Ui(; only be produced when the author unA Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas Wednesday -, spirit last Sunday. Let us keep it up. al aly.

k, \ derstands his subject and his heart is Nov. 30th. We need you.
+l These Are
s A j full of It, and his writings have been Among those taking teachers exam- The pastor is away at conferencethis iGfs Useful
t ination at Starke last week H.
; repeatedly revised before going to were week'' The ladies of the'chu'rchwill

1, ; ; ''j press. Perfection must be the goal C. Peeples, Misses Mabel and Neta have charge of the service'at the

i 1 r I J of the good author, not the dollar. But Blair Johnnie Rimes, Ettye Spires, o'clock hour.., I .
a that work ii not if Rosettta Dukes. Epworth League at 645 '
I .' good beyond us we p., m.. Miss I
I l try to do our best is well attested by Murray Thomas made a business Hilda Struth'president: I

I t{ j, the excellent American fiction, poetry trip to Lake Butler Friday. There wille. no services., ,In. the ,
4f. I and essays of the middle of the last Mist Ida Nettles, of Swift Creek.[Evening. ',... :"V , ', '. I They Will be Stationery Fountain
+ 1 \1 1I\ century. spent the week-end with Miss John : Let us make this a banner year for Wrist and Railroad

q .. 1 nie Rimes. Stark Methodist ''churen.e' need Most Appreciated' Pens, Eversharp Pencils,

''t" +1, If COME INTO MY LITTLE PARLOR' Dr. Seeber King of Lake Butler, |')'ou., ," ,: % "< Watches at Scarf Pins Safty Clutches

1 ::1 I was a professional visitor here" *, Wednesday. ...- ,,' .M.:'I*.SMITH: . reduced prices. a few Cameo Brooches
4 Central Europe: resembles a mixture ,: ._ Pastor
'i ", ,. of oil, water and gravel. The II. S. Miller was a business''Vlttitor It is often a puzzlingquestion at the old time prices.

different nationalities will\ not unite. to Worthington last week.J. CARD TIC iANKS to know just

of Thoi'jh mostly Slavs, yet centuries of S. Brown was a business visitor -"---- Vest'and Waldemar what to send your' relatives i

I feuds, hate and prejudices keep the to Jacksonville Monday V jj ._ I; wish to take this method of thankIng Chains. Gold Knives ChristFine'Safety Razors, good
? Denzil Thomas eater or friends at
r ; different components apart. The Versailles and Miss the good people of Union county
I treaty, in creating new states GrettU, visited their sister, Mrs. W. who so sympathetically\ \ showed their Cuff Collar Buttons mas time. at all prices. Ruby and

;r '7 y and grunting l them autonomy, did M. Thomas,' of Long Bridge, Sunday. kindnes\ during the sad-trial I : and Links. Sapphire Rings at very

,I what was thought best, but the outcome Earle Peoples and Walter' Knight have just passed through. also wish i reasonable

1, i ::1( threatens to become a failure. I of the University, spent the weekend to thank the people of St.: Augustine 'i But when you give prices.Community .

i% i Some of the new states have no access with the former's parents.' My\ heart's desire ia'that they may all
to the and enjoy the blessings\ of God. Cut Glass Silverware something that will be inconstant
sea must use rivers Mrs. Roland Thomas was called to : ,

r flowing through other states. The the bedside of her daughter, M.... }. ? ,,- MRSJ7tlCENE! DOUGLAS. best plate.I use you know it and 1847

railway trunk lines traverse different! i. M. Mott, of Lake Butler, who Is'suf' ' a. ,-.. 9ii, will i I I be appreciated Roger Bros. Silverware.
states, and freight: must be unloaded fering from an attack of appendicitis.J ,. "It's anunhappy man who marries Vif
I and transferred at the borders, because S. Brown and Jim Mott are st. these days',"wails a local philosopher.

P 1 If a freight car owned in one tending court in Jacksonville this In that case they should marry women

tate be tent to another, it will not be week. instead. .

returned. The passport and customs W. D. Dukes made a business tripto [ -
systems are intolerable. Coal is not Lake Butler Monday Volusia-Tangerines. are moving

d to be had in some of the states, others Emory Dotfglass\ of Tuscaloosa, Al- from here by the carloads.. U D "M.INER
t '' are without wood, others without met abama, attended the funeral of his ,1" , ,
fl ,Only DIM "BROM. UJNI 0"" i' ,. " '
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al. [Having formerlydepended upon brother, EueftNfi,,,,) ,Providence last iI&iIle 'I ', M :
,t i' Germany or-AtMtrbP> to takVea're'of: i Thursday .. a.f the .main*,rail' for full nun. Z.AZA I""I .." .- ,,!... ...",. lit.. ... '
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, x' their; finances, the ruler are like chll- 9dta. C; iF. Cofcyr rfturnSd'to her" I. W.UKOVR. Curo. Cold In oat It.". atop I ;' : ,!!, .J ,1"1'
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LEADER OF FAMOUS LOST changed.An the closed shop, the latter, he declared -

BATTALION" A SUICIDE investigation onau<.tcd by Ne'' un-American. He brought out quite

York financiers shows rum startling'facts. elaborately( that the i fENT-AfORn
open shop meant
I Bits of LocalInformation Jumped Overboard From Steamer' on Stocl?. ha.'been sold\ \in enterprises -> that men or women who have the desire /

Way to Havana that do not exist and never ex and the capacity to labor have a

II IIs ] feted, on which "dividends" 1'lIv. hats right,:: to work, provided they can fin.l UcoLuiviNll
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His mind apparently unbalanced sa'' paid merely to catch more euikvr. somebody who will employ them and

a result of his having been a pallbearer Shares have been sold in mining andoilproducing \, make an agreement with them as tot I WANTED-Purchaser for one or two

L C.a.w..AtC.r l..4. tlvMesa" ...frsfr. at the burial of America's Unknown I I : companies which do nU: their employment whereas the closed good mules. D. E. Knight, Starke, ,
1!. ... Ja W. c.-.wI T_ soldier in Arlington Cemeteryat own a foot of land and never did, aiic 1 shop. which he dunned was un-Amer- Fla. 11-25-41. }

Washington C<>1. Charles W. \'ht'l! the "dviidcnds", paid by them bay,0 'ran holds that only those who belong

f .. oi come from Block sales. Thia sort o:f t"'" .' tabor( WANTED-Renter ---
1IJ -.- tlt>lIe), famous a. the leader the union affiliated with the for small farm];
"Lost Battalion" of the 308th infantry fraud has been conducted in Buch, i 1 i i| Federation(| o{ Labor hove either sure rent or part of crop. D.
J. W. Morgan is in St. Petersburgon The stores in Starke already be&into
ended his life by jumping into the manner that defrauded investors hav e the right to labor and thereby make a E. Knight Starke Fla. 11-25-U.
business attire. and
assume holiday Toys had at law first because. livin,; for -
sea from the steamer Tolca bound no recourse t \\\I"l\lIeh'e8\ and family
Christmas goods are displayed in the of which them t WANTED-Trade rood farms for
from New York City to Havana. agreements compel <2 "If the
W. A. Crosby, of Brooker, had business windows Do your shopping early, The suicide evidently was carefully share risk and, second because oi f t "had dOlll "rant war;" ht declared, town or city property. D. E. Knight
in Starke Wednesday.: and thus avoid the rush and get the "thinI'JII\ than open the Starke Fla.
best. thought out. Col. Whittlesey sailed form of organization which makes eyes ot, Amrrlchns\ to the extent that 11.25-41 1

without letting of his relatives or promoters the agents of investors,. It fa high time ,
Have you been to the sale1itSternberg's' trganlze: and com;- WANTED-Renters for good farms,
divulging The rascals hired the beat lawyer; I bat thte foreign I
? friends know he was doing so, or who will
Tanlac has made life worth living unnatural and un pay rents by improving
his identity to the steamship first, and the only consolation the inventors American Idea "t till
for millions of people who had almost !- have is that they did not "put dosed chap' it property. D. E. Knight Starke, '
would not
A. B. Surrency was among the given up hope. It will do the company.A in" more cash.-Ex. have hnpi't-nej' in vain. Fla. 112541LOST .. .

Brooker victors to Starke Monday. same for you. Turner's Drug Store wireless from Captain Grant of "Every man and *?,??, ,. .
Starke. the Tolca gave the first news of ," he claimed. -Tv.n, employer I -A little bunch of goats,'' marked -

N. H. Stokes, of Lake Butler paid Whittlesey's disappearance from his AXIS OF AMERICANISM becomes an employer i-\.i\ titn\!person, he crop split and tinder bit In each

u. a pleasant call Tuesday. stateroom, and his identity was quickly buys anything. It h. t'ar. with a bell. Will pay a rewnrd.R. .
may Ih ,,
Col. W. T. Weeks Mrs. J. E. Wilson 'rt-!
established. When Col. Whittlesey One of the most interesting/ andInlltructive ces .pf an usher in a movun , A. Newsom Starke. ll-!)-tf.TOLEN .
Mrs J. M. Brownlee and R. A. lit. "
Mrs .T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. M. left the New York City law office meetings\ of the Duval '' . <
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Weeks returned Friday from Jack i I..uw'; ;your u ,
Johns spent Saturday in Jacksonville where he was employed he said he County Employers' Association sinceit tll -Boycycle, rubber tired j
eonville, where they had spent several ploys that usher; again it min I u, 'n,.
was going to visit his mother in Pitts- was organized a little more than a ( heavy wheels. Ws taken during
da's.On. services of a boy who serves you .d t,,
If you contemplate buying fruit field, Mass. When his stateroom was year ago was held at the Seminole. you employ that boy with the pri.. ,i; 1'.f',, 10 days. Reward for return to
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trees, see E. V. Turner at Turner's found empty a search was begun for Club yesterday. the drink or it be the services Stump Starke. It.
Drug Store, next week. account of an error, the name of him and it was then found that he had The association was addrci cd by ''."ll .
clerk in the store the price : Al.i': One
ofyoin double-barreled 20
Merrill Futch omitted from the ,is
was committed suicide. Col. Whittlesey Judge John L. Doggctt-on Fundamentals' ,
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purchase the
employs clerk. imnirnerless L. C, Smith shot
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butter second month honor roll of the B. II I left notes directing that his father in of Americanism. The topic was K "' Will\ '
had business before the board who S. This young gentleman is in class Pittsfield be notified. of extreme interest to the entire mem I In fact he claimed that the term ". N Ml]) cheap. Apply tot

met In Starke Monday.Mrs. A of the third grade. No single incident of the war madea bershipsince the fundamental principle '!' "employer" simply means "American'citizen Gardiner, Starke. 12- -tf

I deeper impression in America than of the association freedom. of ," and therefore, "these Amer. \VANTl'1I11I; '
Roscoe McLane went to Jacksonville Have been to the sale ican citizen associations are maintained with car to sell low
you aSternberg's the story of the "Lost Battalion" contract, equality'of opportunity'and priced tirnlmm, ,
Saturday to visit relativesand I ? real Americanism. to foster and support the open shop |130.00 per t
by Whittlesey, then n Judge Doggett, week anti! ...ml1IMII'II1Oraham
friends. major. On Oct. 2, 1918, during an who handled the subject in. a masterly which has aa Its sole object the perpetuation Tire Co. IAndetunl' >

A party composed of A. W. Moore advance of the Seventy-seventh divis- way said in part: of the inspiration of the Harbor, Mi i i II, Benton !

Have you been to the sale at Mrs. O. G. Prigeon Nell Forrester and Ion in the crisis of the Argonne battle i "The right to exist has never been con"tItution--equality of opportunity,, H-

Miss Stella Wren motored over from liberty of contact and individual free- WANTED-Rwt..r, 1r, ,,\'I
Sternberg's about 700 men under command of contravened and the right of an American ?' ; firm, 40 1
Jacksonville and spent the weekendwith Maj Whittlesey broke through the citizen to make a living in a law dom, the fundamentals of American acres cleared who will \",,\irpBj.,\ > .

Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Saturday in Mrs. L. V. Moore and family. German lines. They were cut off from I' ful way I know you will agree with l ism." dence and im|>ruvi (the\,", f''r

Hampton as the guest of Miss Ada their comrades and left without foodor j me. Is the very axis of Americanism.To lie then 'Urged the joining and rental. D. E. Kniicli' si II', 1.111,

Nimmo. Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Raleigh N. extra clothing. They held this position the extent that that right is curtailed maintaining of employers' associations -ll-25-.t/ "

C., who intends to spend the holidays four days with no food and ammunition to that'extent is the American on many grounds, and went into WANTED Purchaser "
Guy Leslie Wilkinson went to Law- with relatives in Starke sent in ad. running low. Runners sent constitution violated, and its;>mblem, quite fully their history, organization of land -and f i t ,?, ,". f''

tey, his former home Sunday to visit vance her pet, a fine Maltese cat, to out to bring reinforcements were killed the American flag, .trampled In the their aims purposes and what 100 foot good of 6 room' ,iw,'Iling\ .

friend. keep her company. The feline is named but the situation became known dirt.' r they had accomplished in this and pump good walvr. ;in
Lake Butler: D. E. Knight si ,rV,.
Tom Alex Reynolds and traveled and the American forces in the reat'wt're I Right to Make a Living '! other communities. Jacksonville Fl. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. left Mon 112!> It
first class desperate '.'The TimesUnion.It .
-as express matter. making efforts to riA' make a living! Aji lI

day morning for a motor trip to Pa- -- --- --- --- reach them.Airplanes. I persons make a' living by selling FOR SALE-I have 200 bushels ..I r

latka Hastings and St. Augustine. The Woman's Club will meet ncx: flew over their position something they have to others. It I' may bo true that the late war good Sosnowskl cotton seed for milnat

Suggestion: for a Christmas gift- Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: at the dropping food none of which was re may be bone collar buttons merchandise has'many lessons to teach, but school $2.16 per bushel. First come, f

The Bradford County Telegraph suit residence of Mrs. J. C. Robinson on ceived.Privates attempting to secure of some kind, services of a midwife is not'in session. first served. A. D. Andrew, Rui-

West Madison street. Hostesses: Mrs. the packages were capturedand; the in the miracle of the birth of 'a ford. Fla.\ 12-2-21
able for or old. Only $2 -1 I
young per
year. Robinson, Mrs. E. S. Matthews Misses Germans sent one prisoner back to the life; a mere opinion skilled services I A really brave man seldom offers
Jeannette Matthews Marguerite "Lost Battalion" advising surrender of any kind manual labor or solely'texcunoe.! SEEDS-Big new ; 4
Facts sufficient I '
Shriver and Mrs. E. K. Perryman.' :, "in the name of humanity." Maj. the product of the brain the use 'of ore warrant revelation to the beginner'and a
Rev. M. L. Smith left Monday morning for his action.A .
Whittlesey read the note and remarked money and no on and on, covering I reference book for the practical
for Orlando where he is attending
P the annual conference of the Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Embry, of Jack "Go to hell," while his men cheer everything of every nature and kind trucker. Send name and address

sonville were week-end guests of Mr. ed. The response became'one of the that one citizen sells to another in order man should never refer to his today. for your copy which will soon
Methodist church.Don't .
I and Mrs. H. M. Snyder. Mrs. D. C. classic stories of the war. to make a living. wife as the "old woman." It gives be ready. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant

punch the fellow who calls I Chase, Sr., who has been visiting ref When, on the night of Oct. 7, the "Remember that there can Ie, no away his own age City, 1 la. 12-2-M.. [,

''atives in Jacksonville, accompanies American forces reached them, only salty without a contract, therefore the
you a fool. The retort courteous would
be to thank him for acknowledging i i Mr.' and Mrs. Embry back to her 252 men survived of the original 0)70. right to make* a living absolutely depends --- ---

home in Starke. In telling the story afterward they ., upon the right to make a con- r ....
as a brother.
i said that when food reached them tiacl. And as we are Americans In I .
Have been to the sale atSternberg's "Tanlac made me feel younger." Maj. Whittlesey, though as hungryas : I i America, Imbued with American Ideals
"It put me back on the payroll "I 1 any of them, handed it around to and American customs, we demand
i can eat whatever I want now." "I 1 the men before he himself would eat. ''tho right to make our contracts in an The Right Start

E. K. Pcrryman has been appointed no longer suffer from indigestion." Vhittlesey was about 37 years old and American way, which means that the .

superintendent of the Methodist Sun "I gained' weight rapidly." These, unmarried. individual parties to the agreement,

day school and took charge of his new and many more expressions are now War Has Affected Many I without! outside Interference, do the '

duties last Sunday. heard daily as people tell of their experience No statistics as to the number of contracting by mutual understanding +

with Tanlac. Turner's DrugStore former service men who have committed I'land consent, irrespective of any creed, It is Important to Your

Tanlac now has the largest,: sale of Starke. suicide as the direct result of ; alliance, union or affiliation for Americanism

any medicine in the world. There is mental depression or physical suffering guards sacredly the right of ChildrenGive t tI tI iV
The marriage of Miss Nettie Du. from injuries received American
a reason. Turner's Drug Store, during the an to make a lawful living'for :
Starke. bose and Mr. Henry J. Bailey was war are kept by the veterans' bureauin I himself and ,f mlly.

r quietly solemnized on the 13th ult., Washington but it is said that a I "We have now arrived at probably .

Plow season will soon be here and at the home of the bride's parents, large number of men have complete. tho greatest fundamental of Amcrlcaniam I

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dubose. Mr. and Iy collapsed from sheer tho
I so will Xmas so bring on your plows depression, right of contract, which. I
{ and have them repaired by Fred Tall- Mrs. Bailey have gone to reside in and many have committed suicide means the right to make a living.. "

g man at Mose Mack old stand. Wildwood where he is engaged in rather than to continue to suitor from Open Shop Principles them a Savings Account

railroad work. wounds and gas where no hope hall Judge: Doggett: then discussed the for
in their Christmas
own names -
We are pledged not to let out a been held out for ultimate relief. principles of the open shop as against ,

whisper regarding the latest engagement Have you been to the sale at Officials of the medical departmentof II I and put them on the right :

but there was nothing said Sternberg's? ; the bureau recalled that during the road to Success. I

about shouting it to the housetops. latter part of 1919 and all of lent year I
I Th building works of con lder.j hardly a day passed without a press El. K. FERRYMAN We pay 4 per cent. compound.

''s Hog killing time is here and now is able proportions/ Are going on dispatch telling of the death by suiidc ATTOKNEY-AT ed quarterly on savings ac .

1 e the time to get your wagons: and Walnut street where all strangers or from complete nervous exhaustion . STARKE, FLORIDA LAW

plows repaired by Fred Tallman at coming to our city see them and thereby of some man or woman who counts.Bank.

Mose Mack old stand. get a good impression as to our saw active service in France during I I II

i. progress L. A. Davis' large: man the war. I I

E. V. Turner, of Macclenny, will be I sion is well under way. All these' '!, l ,..u Worm. .In .; neailhy. Child .
i'' In Starke next week at Turner's Drug works will soon be completed. We WORTIILESSSEctJIU1'IESStati Alt
.children. .
troubled with Worm have ..
an u. I
Store for the purpose of taking orders hope other buildings will then be I ban.rcuk.rwhkh. Indium*pour end :
for all kinds of fruit trees. See him.I I! started to keep our carpenters masons tlcs recently made public show nil*, there I l> mm .r I ere uuniach tu't.'c;. .:*. I Y
I that this baa. bee. JtHOVC S TASTtlk.19 CHILL; IONIC given .. ularly .
painters and
plumbers busy. -f'8ssing for two or three """h .II'|! enrlrh the blood. I
, I Hemstitching and picoting all through a period of wildest speculation Un prove thdUeetlna.i>daift..a senentetrengta.! of StarkeBank

...,\ kinds, 10 cents per yard with thread W. O. W.. Investment has been made in enlng nmiwofrordlapel Tonic to'the I whol rli: *'*.:*trm..anri; Nature rheChlld will:wtllh then l I

, furnished. Mrs. L. E. Miner Starke. hundreds of millions dollars "worth"of to perfect, hel,B. l' .4anr-wtnttte.

t 12-2-8t. Your is securities many of which are al- I of Helpful Service. I
presence especially request. Colds; Cause
: ,, Urtp Cad Influenza
ready II
I worthless.
'. ed on Friday night Dec. 16, at which Cash LAXATIVE BROMO QIJJNINETIIbIeu
When tired of reading savings have'' not gone Into such remove UM- j I
you get time we will elect officers for the ensuing securities cause Than .|Is only nit QuIa.Ine.'
about the arms meet Washington year. Also how about so much as Itovt'mment bonds. : z.W CfOVITS ---m .bo*. aa- ,",,"" '" - - - - - -
our oys- - - - - - - - -
yon might try making them meet at ter supper? If you wish to have one Among these Liberty Bonds selling I ..

home be present at this meeting. below par and carrying small rates, of .
Fraternally Interest have played the most Important ,] ; . I,

Have you been to the sale at part in the exchange made, people' -
1 ;J. W.. MORGAN. Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
"taking loss" '' .'
Stemberg's? Clerk Cypress Camp No. 13R. a at the, market :

price probably\O suffer complete loss .
'h4 Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and their In the worthless securities offered. Its Ul : I'7..... local'does .
NOTICE or INTFNTIOV TO APPLY FOR not carry your want com tier. Many women In your community shop
little nephew, Billie Yelvington, of .CHARTER estimated that the total issue of bars: Our aim I. to at all Mmes render food. icrvlc, maintain a hih qualify of coeds and ..11.1 smallest

Hastings spent Thanksgiving and the Hereby on the notice fifth to day*Inn of January.that the underelvn.dwill A. D. lt2I.l Liberty Bonds is now field by one- prc! .* pocibl.. far alecV aret'rcjual .ia. at any store in the .tats with lh. .ac |>ticn of one cit,.
I week-end with Mrs. Roberts' parents, make application to the. Honorable A. V. Lour. fourth the number rf original owners 3 1 i, vr
Judge of tli* Circuit Court of the Eighth J. . .... n
Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. who have in "
rlleUI. Circuit of the lI.ato of Florida, for sehart.r return, securities not
Incorporating tIM Fiat Baotlat Church. worth a fourth'6f the 4t J>nds they x- : h '
of "rk.. Florida. ... ;,
The character and object of the ulit corporation .
CATARRHAL DEAFNESS will be '''1 .. A'of
to promote the wonhlp of ;
l. sMty relieved by cnnnrttutlonl tremtinent. God and Inatruntton I* the Chrtatlan. ...."lnn. 11i
HAUVB CATARRH MEDICINE' and to maintain the ovcrnment of Ita localoiriecn Groceries and FruitsWe '" s0'
\ Ill a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal eoeordinir to the articles of faith formof ",w "' .1.u ..,'
L Oeafnen. !. caused by an Inflamed condltion government, and worship of the Kantuit d.. .. .
' t or the mucous llnlnir of the Kuiitachlan nomination In the United 81a... of America i ialio have .' 'i\. ", GAINESVILLEPLORIDA!!
a [ Tube. When thl. tube la Inflamed to buj. Ml), mnrtira-! .. ....., hold ..ndIOnn opened a store nextto
t i you have a rumbling Sound or Imperfect aa much real and penonal property
t hoarlnir... and when It U entirely cloned only aa may ... neeeeaary for a church chare Consumers Co'l and will
[, atn".. I* the renult. Unlmu the In- yard and lum. to ...lnt for a period of
r nammatlon. can be reduced. your hearlnir nlnety-nln yean and to m.k.Ia_ and darry a full line of fancy "f q All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail! Orders
ma b.
destroyed forever. HA',18 to elret ..,"1...* 1.tI...... lo ti... t* carry .' .
[bCAW'ARRH. *MEDICINE mucous nurfaren sets throurh of the ay"the out ball'b."ul'POMl..l.t. for c \
0 tern; than reducing the InHamnatlo. andrehhing 9: lUl"l01 . !i ?(f;
..11_. .. Nature In re.torlnllAform..&_ i*. W* L.W.e T.POIYET WEEKS. ,.. BUrl mar?*.,,Florid Florida. licit your business, guaranteeing j ArfMfeScclusTve; l. Mail. Order Department in charge of atf: experienced' .hopperto' W\ ,.n"< t't.,;.

Circular tree. All r>ruirirlt.. FERRY DOVER: Stark.. Florida. satisfaction. I. "* : _VL jN ,
I 1(. C. JtiJri"" -jmfi- Let her shop.foriyou--.lust Mif! "'?11
WALL Btarko. Florida. write a
P. J. Cheney Co., Toledo. Ohio. I l.. . ...< .... . > *
, ....... -J. I"K.ILITEn"..OGH..atark.ii tark.. "'wrld.L-' .......MCMQaIP}} V FlcfnlnYI oCI.wam;. tr. ...... .. .rts", .

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1 J "I j oooooooo0ooooom their wits in a dispute, behave decorously T. II. Rimes, of Miller\ ness trip to Lawtey Sunday. rl..

J ] in church. They witner THE DOOR Lake Butler Saturday. 'I Mrs: Jas. Kite, of Starke, spent, a Duggar Jones spent the .
w 1 I n
!;aVti r +ti //IW : FOR BETTER MANNERS many ludicrous scenes, yet take a" I Math Dukes and P. P. Dekle] of day here ]last week.N. in Gainesville with his sister .ad

" pains to suppress laughter. They will <,Ir i SLAMS ON Mile, were in town' first of the Wynn, of Graham, was. a visitor Smith. 'I. r

; c oomc. moo omooom swallow some tobacco juice and gv on business. here I
?: j I i I Sunday.
/ The management of the Gaiety through all kinds of facial and ':, Mrs. John I... Smith and
, Miss Erne Edmondson spent the To be popular you should
:\\1;. J ; '.!ll w Theatre c/f this city have been compelled midriff contortions rather than disturb HAPPINESS: Dade City, are the guests of Mr. week-end with her sister, Mrs. Cros the troubles of others. The, t"?"
J to out that talking and the congregation with one little I, I
..';;f. : .' ;e: i; I point '' I Mrs. J. W. Townsend of Starke. time to waste on yours.If .
ij the movie "Cow killer ants" will come'
boisterous behavior during hiccouKh. !
;:c : POOR BLOOD MAKES FOR BADHEALTH Patrla Tomasella and Master IbY returned
]Mr. and Mrs. J. Varnes -
. shows are not according to good;\ man- through the rotten floor, crawl up i -
\ sell Varnes, of Johnstown, with I
( : r j' ners. The Gaiety is our only amusement their ]legs and bite unmercifully; but I j TilE 'BLUES" home Monday after a brief visit our public men could w ,

if i I I' :. I"; place. Many of us arc very they will grin and bear it in silence, j town' Saturday.J. "the latter'. sister, Mrs. A. V.,Varnes, own histories this country bt

iii '7 is with the excellent and 17. Maines, Jr., of of Starke. overflowing with wise
! ? ---, much impressed rather than jump up scream, Once the vigor of red blood becomes ones
p, l plays presented there. As the figures "Darn them anises!" as they would doorto spent Sunday with his parents Gus Wynn, of Jacksonville, was the .
lt tapped of its strength, the -
''! "I 2'' r on the screen do not talk, we have to have done out of church. Invited: toa I is slammed. and Mrs. J. E. Maincs. guest fo his sister, Mrs. J. N. Thomas j 666 is a prescription for
happiness literally
4A'';' j'': il. i i use our imagination to interpret what "biled" dinner, they inwardly groan j Weariness of body follows and it unfailingly tored Lavy to Fralick Lake Butler, of Providence Saturday. , Sunday. Fever and LaGnppe. 1\( colds the.

; ;, they are supposed to say, and wo are while they eat almost to burst them engenders depressed thots. Lucian Thomas was a visitor to' most speedy remedy we know
1 Dukes of Five Mile
; Tommie ,
'}J,', annoyed at hearing talk and giggling;\ selves, rather than have the generous To be reserved and cheerless becomes business, in town Hampton Mondav. Adv.

sso all. around us, from persons who try hostess! think they do not enjoy the transacting visitor
j business
-tj.: i a habit. After a time there is an almost week.J. Frank Reynolds was a -
f to enlighten those they think cannot ) jnral.] All this shows that sclf-con- Plies Cured la 6 to H Oay.Dmgaieta .
dimness in the here Thursday.
Nfe 1 '' understand the plays, or who talk of trol is possible Tor everybody, only filmy expressionof : S, Howard, of Dukes, rrfond :q cneydif :l'n{;: 'III'<
i the and to the skin. Thursday
I eyes a pallor to Lake Butler Monday. I Mr ., J. T. Thomas spent J i iI to cure Itching.
matters entirely irrelevant to it, that it is not ;*en !rf.lly exercised Inmontly rellrvr Itching files and ,
the children I Days seem dull nad dark and diffi- I Mole Hewitt, of Worthington, here with her daughter, Mrs. M. ]Har- tratlul: t'eeo attar tli: lua aauliovt.THE I .
f crack Jokes and laugh. That j I Bad manners means to let our I
cult. A sense of insufferable gloom
e' here Saturday.
] at the funny episodes is take their ited relatives .
wrought up feelings: course
, ( 1 natural; but rebel yells are not necessary -: Good manners means self-control anda pervades the spirit. I The store of Ben Feinberg was
Then it is that Gude's Pepto-Man-
t1 and horse-play belong to theplayround regard for the feelings: and comfortof bed Saturday night by unknown I !
gan Is the .great help. It is a in cash
1 b I i ties. Only $7 was
1s' t : not to the theatre. Many others. It is the parents' duty to' blood builder. It puts red into the
Woman's Club] held !
y people are over-worked or nervous develop propriety in their children by I The a
blood-increases the number of corpuscles -
d I would like to to the picture meeting Monday afternoon at I II
go precept and example. Later on the ,
I which make blood rich and .
{ I I show for relaxation, but have hitherto o'clock, Mrs. A. C. Strickland
t I corners may bo rubbed off by Intercourse -
red. When the blood Is restored to its
been prevented from doing so be- with well-bred people and the ing.A. I ;
: I natural healthy state, the sensation
" "cannot stand the racket.) I regular meeting of Lakeside I
cause they reading of good fiction. And-we will ,
I of returns. Instead of
* have lost pleasure and the theatre well-being I I No. 104, Woodmen Circle, was I
Z They return to where we started-the mov-
] there is '
ji shuffling along carelessly, CAR
fl 1' has ]lost I i Thursday afternoon
money. : ing picture show is a splendid
firm and the Ii
the bright
springy step, 1 elected]
I, Since a few little admonitions,| sive for scouring off crudeness abra-I'I lusterful eyes, the clear complexion, ing officers were : i

Rti .l : couched in ]language that cannot offend way of faulty manners, as for a few identified with the and vigor Guardian, Mrs. 'John Crews.
} I[ strength:
.'I '! anyone, have been put before the cents we are put in the midst of refined of health. The hallGude' Adviser, Mrs. D. W. Borum. I
y 1 good druggist
I I i Strickland.
t t eyes of the audiences at the Gaiety, men, women and surroundings, Pepto-Mangan in both liquid Clerk, Mrs. A. C.
j 4. : '> :
t Banker Mrs. J. E. Maines.
; a marked improvement has taken and we can see what is improper and and tablet formAdv.LAKE I

place. This shows that our people, what is correct. And while we, our- Chaplain, Mrs. F. Feinberg. 1 I

I 'j I young or old, will mend their manners selves, are interested in what we see, BUTLER Second Manager, Mrs. J. W. ,

.. ( as soon as they are reminded we will ]learn to understand what is Third Manager, Mrs. Seeber I.a I.

rN I I 'r r that they need mending. Those who required of us for the sake of the Lake Butler, Dec. 9.-Mrs. Marlon Musician, Mrs. C. II. Driggers.Physlc1aJ1s and A i

attend picture shows in the cities are comfort of others. I Drs. Maines
.1 t Dowling is ill at her home in East
l w\ II: struck by the decorum shown by the I REPORTER. Butler. Misses Verdie and Ruby

4''!& T' audiences; why cannot we show the''I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dowling and bf Macclenny, were guests ]last Regular
f of Mrs. Sarah Douglass. 4
i j same good manners? TWENTV-F1VE KILLED IN HEAD children motored to Five Mile and busl'I

81 I We have, perhaps, said enough as ON COLLISION OF I'. & ]U. TRAINS spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp and I :; '
of Jacksonville attended the '
: ,
far as concerns good behavior in places Duke Sunday. I Get'oboutRunabout

I. t of amusement, but we will takethis Philadelphia, Dec.Twentyfive Marlon Dowling motored to Lulu of G. M. Richard held here

occasion to enlarge on the sub- killed Mrs. F. L. Wise spent
and Injured
r i I persons were a score Monday.The t

i ie T r ;1 .i when two trains of the Phila W. M. U. met at the Baptist Jacksonville.
and Mrs. J. E. Clemons
; Mr.
delphia and Reading ]Railway crashed church Wednesday afternoon, Miss

1 % I t days, in order to express grief, that:, head-on at full speed on a curve near Marshall Proctor, presiding. son, Alvin] G. W. Hazen and I
'' Johns of Brooker were guests
beards the bar-
men tore their ( only Bryn Athyn, early today. Clifton] Richard, of Sanford, andGeorge
boring they ever had), the women'"rent" I and Mrs. M. II. Markey.
:I t? I The impact caused one engine to Richard, of Virginia, attended
Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Anderson
: what little clothes had
they almost loop the ]loop.' The explosion tho funeral of their father, G. M. Ri
J, ,. on and all went in "sack cloth and of the boilers was heard for miles, chard. children, Thomas and Miss
of Live Oak, attended the
ashes screamed and howled
i They while,the blaze of the burning coaches Mr. McCall and children, of Guil-
"I all their throats could stand. When Mr. G. M. Richard.
lit the -
: up countryside.I ford, motored to town Friday.Mr. .
t+ anything "funny" was going on, they,I Miss Elizabeth Skinner, of ).
l .. I the twenty-five passengers trap- and Mrs. L. E. Parrish and of the
doubt down and rolled andlaughed sonville, who Is president
no lay
ped by the flames in the forward
car daughter, Lois, moved to Newberry Club]
W. C. visited the Woman's
iV yi I till they got the 'stcrickg. of one train, only] five escaped. The Wednesday.
Much of this crudeness has been bred Wednesday evening. All
; others were burned to death while Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington -
out of us; yet often in rural communities .I message which\ she brought. A I
many stood by powerless to help. :Five spent several hours here MondayIn
i'a it la thought/: that, if emotions" j II I I dead have been removed from the company with friends. ant afternoon was spent at the I $325 F- O.B Dttroil

5 f are not expressed in a loud and boisterous wreck of the first of of Pine room and delicious refreshments
? i car the other Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Colson,

i way, it will be thought/: that I train. Hill, motored to Lake Butler Friday. served. THE Ford runabout is just what its name

1. one has lio feelings. This is contrary |: William Smith, conductor ./of one Steve Cason, of New River, was n SAMPSON CITY implies-it's a regular."get-about." 1\
to what good breeding teaches. It ,
I is known to be dead. business visitor here Saturday. ,
aims to instill self-control to show' There is other that will take
Both no you
i and
engineers fireman Jack Colson of New River motored
one were Doc. 0. \ '
/ grief, pleasure or dislike in a quiet killed. to Lake Butler Saturday after- Sampson Smith,City Dogan, Nabb-, Van I (Ii j there and back again, quicker, safer and 1 1I
way. Well-bred men seldom quarrel, Elmer Ransom I vIt's
stationmaster at made more economically I ,
liams and S. R. Brown a :,
because have : noon.Mr.
they enougti Woodlawn, Pa., Is reported among the Turner, of New River, was a Jacksonville last '
ness trip to the for the of
to not come so far, and if they do missing. 'I car cum action-the
I' ) business visitor to town Saturday. ,
k the auto.
quarrel they still manato exercise making trip by farmer the merchant the doctor
+ !: Turner of Port is ins
According/ George J. Campbell, Murray Since the cool weather the '
enough/ control] over themselves to contractor the !! ctor-. the car that is
fi of Bryn Athyn, who was' one of the the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. are busy killing hogs. I' ;:
realize the evil of
d a i i i fight; and part before consequences it reaches that a first to arrive on the scene, both trains S. A. Richard. Marvin Ogden, of Graham, Ii, useful every day of the year

a 4 4 stage.\ To avoid a fight when we thus were "behind time and running "wide- Marion Dowling visited his sister, business trip here Saturday. I II I Low in the cost of maintenance, with all
open. They met section of Mrs. Ben Duke, of Five Mile Sunday.
on a of
.. Volley McKinney, '
V can avoid it is not unmanly to the of the and
H sturdy strength, dependability:
truck, which, according to Campbell, He was accompanied home by Miss spent the week-end here with
control I'
one's self shows
contrary, over
for which Ford noted.
Mae Duke reliability cars are
is unprotected by block signals. '
more than the / rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. )
mastership victory over
1 an I| "The trains met on one of the worst Miss Norma Dekle and Miss Ruby ney. On account of the unusual demand we urge that .I Ii

q ,k With enemy.those nearer to nature It is (curves of the division," said Campbell Proctor spent the week-end at the Mesdames S. R, Brown and I i your orders be placed as early aa possible.

fit d different. A disagreement leads who came down from the scene on the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekl of Cason and Dogan Nabb were ,t
\ soon
n ) relief train "The northbound train Five Mile.Willard. .
to the scat Friday.

+4 : ,f r ; I and to a splutter quarrel; and then their they begin eyebrows to spit go had been standing at Bryn Athyn sta- Parker, of New River, was Lee Burrows county of Starke, was ii, J. W. Andrews, Jr. D1 1 : ; :: ,
business business in town
tion. I transacting
was talking to Clayton, the I ler here Saturday.
and down as they their i
: up strop "po-
tato blades" on their brogons.;\ They stationmaster there, and we heard the Saturday. Lynk Williams has returned to II :

w t get "all het up" and discretion III''other train had left Southampton, the Jesse Goodman was badly burned thorne after a few days visit : I
next stop' to the north. Saturday at his home while lightinga
with relatives] and friends.
y ; 1 thrown to the wind. Next such excla- j LV- I

y motions as these are heard: "You "Suddenly Clayton ran out of the /gasoline iron. Messrs. Mann Rbbertson, __ _ '

may have more than but I door, shouting, 'My God, she's gone! R, R. Richard, of Tampa, visited hams and Hogan Smith made a
money me,
his mother Mrs. S. A. Richard this
They'll] hit! I ran out and saw that -
can lick you! "You're a ]liar!
i tho northbound train had ]left far week.
I. as ...
f "Darn
; I'm good -
ns --- --
(. i and can you buy you out!" Then as you comesfisticuffs are as I know, without waiting for orders. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, motored )tIJU"'DIDUI
Clayton grabbed a phone and sum- to Lake Butler Friday. .
i or stabbing or shooting. Later moned an ambulance. Miss Etta Waters andIrl] | Victor '
participants will themselves
lack curse "Even as he did so we heard the Stewart were married last Sunday af- i'
N' r + for of self-control, and
sound of the ternoon a tthe home of Mr. and Mrs.
,rc find that what started the crash and saw the flames
was shooting up, Jurd Waters. This young couple havea COLD STORAGEOur
a of it'
'v y" a matter little moment, and
v host of friends who wish them
could have "There were 25 persons in the for- prosperity
a been easily settled by usIng -
t ward car of the train from the north, and happiness in their wedded
some tact and calmness. If men
I. ife.
of affairs should discard'self-control trapped.
"Gas tanks were exploding. We Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday' at
and tact; shut their to
eyes reason
L i and ]let their passions run with were helpless to aid them all. We succeeded the state prison farm.
1 in dragging five out, but the Marcus DeMo, of Five Mile, visited '
them-what would\ become of the' a =
relatives in Lake Butler Sunday.
others burned
to death. I
j world's business | c
Yet the "There we were with only ono ambulance -
same men who will lose
and people dying for lack of ,
aid It was nearly two hours before Cold Storage and Ice I

ASPIRIN adequate help arrived." People with bad bucks and weak

An official statement issued by the kidneys are opt> to feel o" at sixty. Plant is and

I .i Reading Railway this afternoon places Many old folks say Doan'g Kidney now open readyfor f

Name "Bayer" on Genuine the dead reported up to noon today Pills help them keep young. Here'sa

'IV 4 at 10 to 12, with 12 injured in Mrs Staike Lucy case: Hemingway. 'all St., business at prevailing t

1'1'V u the Abington hospital and Broadway, says: "I suffered

Walter Yeakle, engineer of the greatly from a lame and aching buck
Qi northbound train who alone could market prices. ;
ex- and I could hardly get around. It
t'' pM, plain why his train proceeded, appar- hurt mo to stoop or lift and my kId.
r rt
i ently without orders, died in the hospital 110g didn't act air they should. ) t

/1rr shortly after being removed also hud headaches and felt generally

H< V : 'V. Al from tho wreck. uiineruble. I began taking Dean's i

:1i Kidney Pills and they gave me splendid it

relief. Continued: made me
Just to demonstrate' the depth of t
i feel like a' different! persoo" (Statement
Take Aspirin only. told in each pack- our brotherly love, may you enjoy given Match 1U. 1911 ). t
V aRe .f genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Christmas ... -
hope to
your we enjoy
Then be the direction. RELIES: : OX 1KAVH.On .
and rage/ worked following out by physicians; ours. April 26, 1818. Mrs. Hemingway J. S. BLITCH SUPT. i

"during 21 years, and proved safe br mil said: "I now confirm ivU that I formerly ,
lions.. Take no chances with nlbstitntes.r .I' Don't allow the other' fellow to val- said in favor of Doun'g Kidney

\ If you see the Bayer OOH on tablets, ue your time. lie might embarass Pills. I have had no return of my STATE: FARM .
! von' can take them without fear for
q : <'!V aide, Ilmdn< w''' Toothache: LumtntRn umntlem'j Cue. at ill\ dealers. Don'tsimply RAIFORD FLORIDA'Qlpmw"u"u"'mnwmdmIDmmmwunuc"

Pain Handy tin U>x>.. of twelve tablets I j Whenever we have to hop from in ask for u kidney remedy-get ,
few crnts.. also null Doan's Kidney HIM-the that
'imt Druggists ]larger same
front of
a speeding car we feel just
jwcknpfx. Aspirin it the trade mark of I Mrs. Hemingway bad, Fouler' ,Mllburn
:f N V1a ':)layer Manufacture of MunoWotic8rld.! ]like putting that bird in front of a Co.. Mfr., N. Y.

cater of SiUu'j lioacld. car and not giving him time to hop. lJuIT-lo ''''''''''''' :IlJ

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'''1...... -- he resist turning on him with a'I'' |Is good sense and do, ,t take] a (Treat''ideal visiting, friends hero Sunday evening. morning and evening }

I large knife and before Johnson could of time. In thl''I' iy, wines the Miss Lubedia Pinholnter spent last A. }\ft'unald"aa! trammeling "
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph draw his pistol had cut his clothing marketing Is done by 'I
i Anmobilo, or. Thursday night at the home: of Mr. business in Starke Monday .

"lid ,r.onave.nrea.arw.w+.-ro..r in three or four places Johnson, however 1 by phone, to n great: extent, ue houKe-I I and Mrs. J. W. .owls. Miss Junnila Dirt visited her If IfA.

x. E was not seriously hurt and the wife can get a good idea of ti '? pricNIare A ('lIndypulling was enjoyed at the at Melrose Sunday, parents e : i.

[Live State News coroner's jury returned a verdict of I running from the newsr. n.rg> home of J. B. Thomas last Tuesday Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who has '

__ justifiable homicide. Baker, it was A glance back over the fib\ for night. Among, those present were, been at Theressa for several days, ,

-- said, had just completed a sentence two or throe month docs not kh n'* n Misses Ethel Dyal, Alta Newsom. has returned to her home here. ;',

I Told by Our Exchange of 18 months on the county road and very great reduction in retail price> Rhoda, Lomie and Alva Thomas, Avy Miss Vera Long, of Campville, has ,

was reputed to have been a desperate of meats advertised, b ut the prli-e, Starling, Beulah Lewis, Lubedia Pin- accepted first

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'The Hastings drainage project; :young wife and then ended his own }In Home parts of the country. Florida Messrs. Ellery Thomas, Frazier' W. E. Daugherty, of Tennessee, At

t. wiU be completed within a short time life after spending the early part of The mystery of the disappearanceof I'fc-aiscs fine cattle and hogs, and this "h! :iw, Eugrne Crosby, Ray Andreu, preached at the First Christian church It

at an approximate cost of $200,000 the evening writing a letter explaining Adam W. Oberlin, deputy United helps to Keep the prices reasonable, of! IWVer. Mr. Maxwell and J. M. Sunday.

States marshal, from Miami, (is no for competition Is always a good Ki'ii, (,f
requiring practically eighteen months. the impending tragedy. lIe pre- Hampton, Frank Reynolds, Mr. "Wasdin, of Graham, was in
clearer than it was the first day. The for the ultimate consumer. Another of Grahhn\
olds pared the letter while two other occupants thing Harley Thomas, Edd Yarborough our Jown this week'

the Frank Sekatas, clerk in a grocery of the house in which they sheriff and deputies have been making thing that is noticeable in the <.{ starke. Mrs. J, S. Julie has returned to ,

w_ atom of Pensacola, was shot through : lived were conversing with his wife. i every effort to secure some clue ]home markets-they are not ashamedto Mr. and Mr Truman Thomas are home here after a'i8It with her'i'i

the lungs and is not expected to live, I Jealousy is believed to have prompted that might unravel the mystery. Many advertise the lens expensive cuts. the proud "IIT"nh of a son, born last dauhter, Mrs. Gertrude Williams, of ,

when two masked negroes attemptedto the act. theories have been advanced regarding Reatiting that the customers who feel) Tuesday, Nm; 21111! Key West.

hold him up at the store Sunday his disappearance, some of them a hesitancy in buying where articles Misses RhmlH'. .and. Lomlo Thomas J. 1. King, of Theresa, was a business

'to aigkt R. Casoletto, registered at a hotel sounding feasible, while others are' ,may be low in price are in the heavy and Atha Lew mw,1ed' church at visitor here this week. i

under the name of A. W. Drown, was totally improbable. Sheriff Allen has minority, Jacksonville merchant aim Dedan Sunday. }Mrs.\ I). I.. Bugg, of Jacksonville,
The transactions of tne banks of had the canal combed several times, to offer the best values.listing the so- Carol ,
shot and killed in an Orlando hotel by Messrs. ' "<'-',,,n, Frailer is spending this week with friends and jr
the Jacksonville Clearing Association an unknown assassin.!! Several sui- the Everglades have been scoured for called choice and ]less expensive cuts, Shaw Ellery Thomi, ," ,i ihlirh But.ler relatives here.

according to figures given to the federal been miles around, yet no clue has been and seek to please the great majority. of Brunt
pests have arrested but no defi- Crosby, i ,u.,"",."i thru Mrs.. I.J.. Priest was shopping inStarko
reserve board, amounted to $45-. nite clues have been found, accordingto i found of the missing man. Many are Shopping around is all right, and very here Sunday. Monday

412,000 during the month of Novem the sheriff's office. Cassoletto had of> the opinion that he has been murdered !I I I satisfactory, for it assures the housekeeper Avy Starling was tho ? t i\jM\| | 11. L. Kalch, C. A. and A. C. Beck

ber this being to and including Wednesday and the murder successfully of the choice and the economy
letters and telegrams in his pockets Ethel Dyal Sunday were in Starke on business Saturday.

November 30. from Canadian and Northern points covered up. that is prized by all.-Times Union. Harley Thomas and gin l -1'1? G. W. Rhames returned to his home

None revealed addresses of the cor SII01'- Mrs. Roberts, passed throt , >.t Plant City, after a visit with rela-

All previous records for the issuance respondents. Considerable mystery TRY ANOTHER WHAT IS GOon ENGLISH! Sunday enroute to Brooker. i PS and friends here. ,

of hunting licenses in Volusia surrounds the case. A Western after I The rains here Friday and I S: Miss Eva Hodges was a business

county have been broken this year. In : newspaper talking "Better speech weeks" are commendable were much appreciated.J. > '\ 'I< to Starke Saturday.
about the in which retail pricesof .. .
the first week! that licenses were avail- Sometime after mldnhgit Monday meats stay way regardless of - because uicy craw attention W. Lewis is ,grinding cane tl\ ',"">, Reynolds, of Graham, was a

able, more than 800 were sold. The robbers broke into the baggage room and commercial up, conditions advises to an important subject, but we week. 1 hro Sunday.

county office has temporarily run out at the A. C. L. depot and entered the the to reports around, are fur from acceding the dictum Perry Newsnm was in Brooker Saturday 1 "i"fe, of Valdosta, Ga., is a
of blanks but enough applicationshave office of the American Railway Express bit. The difference shop between l the a that the rules laid down for improving 'I. "" 'this week.

been issued to bring the total to co., and after looting the cash wholesale price 'of pork for instance "English as .she is spoke" lire Miss Alta Newsom is here on a visit M \ -ott, of Starke, who is

more than a thousand. drawer in the desk, dynamited the and the price charged ,for the better, matters of life or death. with her brother, Perry Newsom. wen"' p.t' of the tuberculosis
safe, blowing the heavy door across J. ]i. Thomas visitor to the '111 in tow
cuts is so great in some shops, it remarks The purpose of ]language {is to convey was a (, was
The game warden of Lake countywas the room and completely demolishingthe county sent Monday.A C
is its toget
as to cause an inquiry, and it thought. The test ability
sent over to Eustis Monday ev- front of the safe. Only a few dollars may be' found that the merchant will /: the idea across. Uniformity is crowd of young folks attended l>r. in' \I,,\\\'ton\ of Starke,

ening to arrest a crowd that "broughtin t ] rewarded the safeblowers. haughtily disclaim the keeping of any necessary only because the want of the cane grinding at the home of J. were visit I", .,"I1Y.-: t A'

165 pounds of quail." Running cheap cuts at all. Farmers selling it lend to uncertainty. The common W. Lewis Thursday night _

down- rumor, it was found that the The stoamer Len pe of the Clydo hogs; on the hoof at>seven cents pound speech should therefore bo tested by I S. I.. Prescott was a visitor to ourschool of It himself takes u hit "like' a fool I r

quail was W. R. Quayle, the popularreal line, plying between Jacksonville and its Monday morning
understand fist it will cost them con- efficiency.This i
estate man, and a great sports New York, is being converted into an I : Mr and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and 'terrible
sidorably more to buy the best cuts in test cuts out many of the rules i It's ,

man. oil burner. The big passenger ship the markets-but withal they cannot laid down by grammarians and pur- daughter, Hazel, were called to the to find himself ho. mint ,

sank at her dock in New York recently quite figure why pork loins should ists. We should not use slang, we are home of Stove Hague of Brooker, on ,
The little over a old f when peacock
baby a lef
year o: was accontally Sunday.
be forty told. Vet the slang of today becomes
cents a pound in Chicago.
and Mrs. J. K English, of Spring open. While the vessel was in dry t.
Mr. a'ltI1\lr8. J.
W. and L. R. Lewis
The fact is that not all retailers expect the idiom of tomorrow. Good, cxirpRsio )
head, just beginning to toddle about, dock for repairs necessitated by the to get a hundred cent profit ] stung is a genuine assistance \Mr. mid \Mrs. J. II. Thomas were attending ,AV t'
per /fe
was drowned Sunday when it fell accident, her owners decided to replace to in Brooker 11 ?M
on their goods. Buying pork loins atfirtl.t'n in presenting thoughts. Therefore : I business Sat tAr
headforemost into a lard can in which the cool burning engines with
to the objection to it, when based. urday.
twenty cents a pound from
several inches of water had been left oil burning ones.
wholesalers, many retailers are content upon nothing but the fact that it is John Shrew, of LnCrossp, was a visItor -
not found
was until it was
to charge thirty and make good/: slang, is not very convincing.Two here Sunday.Mr. .
too late to revive it. One man is dead, one missing, two
living with fair and Mrs. E. !M. Hazcn and little .r
badly burned and the yacht Glcndover ; patronage. Dut there other rules, usually Insist
are others, it is claimed at least in upon, are also subject to serious ques son attended church at Hock Friday -
Contractors are busy opening up of New Orleans lies in fourteen fee t KillsPain
y, headquarters at Tarpon Springs and of water three miles from St. An Chicago, who have let the Impression tion. We should not, we are told,
Mrs M. of Ilrooker
t, getting materials on the grounds for drews. Early Saturday morning, one prevail that they sell only very fine cut off the last< syllable of words, nor Gainey, spent;:
few of lust week hero
meats and choice cuts, and they do not should fail to articulate plainly alls a lays the guestof
the laying of four miles of lu&vingand of the crew of the yacht went to the we
Mrs J. W. Lewis
'y hesitate to charge forty cents the sounds in tho words Instant Relief from Scalds
t the building of handsome for
L a con galley; something to eat, and 3 In Mrs. E. T. and daughter ;
', suggested. The customer can easily These rules imply that there are cer Burns Cuts Wounds etc.
'il crete dock and a number of smaller the search for food lighted a match, ,
know Mrs. Lucy Provutt, and sons, Gerald projects. 'The sum of the total contracts the act being followed by an cxplos something of the wholesale thin words which carry their meaning Contain.N.AIrol.f AclJt or Pfpr.IhfTffor
markets and Calvin, attended the cane grinding 1- UOt-S NOT SMA.KTt
-they are not covered well with the lust
aggregate approximately) ove ion of gasoline which had leaked from up, just as syllable or
at the home of J. 11. Thomas lust
$236,000. the tank. The vessel caught fire and and nothing is done In the dark con sound cut off, and that there are IT SOOTHESPainful

burned to the water's cerning big transactions of this kind! sounds which it is difficult for the Tuesday
edge. Injuries often result from
Walter K. Coontz, a prominent resIdent They must not expect to buy at retail average person to enunciate. Lottie Oniney:, of Brooker, was hero incidents., Mustang Liniment kept

of Fredericksburg, Va., who for One day the pant week report came he special and extra: fine cuts at the Centuries ago the people of France, Thursday, the guest of Opal and Al-. always tit hand cheapest and best

several thas been spending to price received by the stockmen for who Latin tha Lewis insuinnce. Made of purest oils. Itlienctmtes
years pas g Bay county officials that the bodyof adopted us their tongue quickly soothing and

'i" the St. Augustine, was accidentally a negro had been found at Burn I live stock on the hoof, but there just as we adopted English, and yet HAMPION' l h4uhng, ; the ufU-tted, ports.

killed on King street Sat Mill Creek and Monday the officers should apparently not be the necessityof were not pure blooded Latins, justas II f

' urday evening. Death was caused bya went to the scene. They found the multiplying by five. we are not pure blooded Englishmen I I Sa.",'S ftev.Ve.-'l A6l have ".a1y'ilvourMr on. Pmivlll.,ic n,
fractured The complaint of the Hampton, Dec t 1I.-Tul'HIIIY> ClaudIfounor MiMtnna I.hihnmtt fur
skull when the unfortu body very much decomposed but i it I: papers about encountered the same difficulty mid And ll the vtrylmi nmtily In CUM rnrtol ol: '
nate man fell and struck }tin head on was determined that death was due to meat prices in the Went may not bo And they met it just as we are doing.Tht'y \Maggie Maxwell, 1'! > "tlt.B burn. a tiriimo-In furl ulnumt any
the tracks. necessary in Florida. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams nilmrnt lint run l b. Cured by N liniment. {
car Possibly the
i strangulation. The victim was one clipped off the terminations of In unliia I think II qull..lmpllrtnnl to rub It
Will Everett, who had been separated dealers In meats ore giving the very the Latin words and altered the soundof took their guns and dogs to the woods well hr liitervnla.porr end repeat lliaopurutkmHI

By a vote of more than thirtyfiveto from his wife for about a year, and belt service and asking only a reasonable the Latin letters to suit their con and spent most of the day in hunting.! I frmuriit" WITH 25e TRIAL BOTTLE

one, Lake Wales decided to bond ,it has boon learnled that he was on his profit, in Jacksonville we will I venicnrc. And in that way they built Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt and Miss FREE _? ,,,|l,| |,nu "l'ulm< Talu** a

for $200,000 for pavement which way to see her when foul play put an say, but the suggestton offered by up one of most beautiful and expressive I'earl Dnugherty were business villi-! TOIIIII Pl.t| 'Jli.for' ,,* HilMrloti'irlul,' llntll.fwd,.' .ttoiiil".CIIUIMI.W emit Nr
means the laying of the Western tom to Starke Monday.Mr ftliialhltH I.IrJm.n..niM"t Imlila' '
$600,000 worthof end to his existence. newspapers to "sho p of modern languages. /r."l ,.Ml*, lu.,il tu.>ll>at,, lags. N.r. i i2Sc

pavement, for the city pays but around is very good anyway. LookIng We are told that it is a sin to use and Mrs. Taylor, of Columbia GOc $1.00

one-third. Probably no other bond issue The Eustis Lake Region declares about, buying where the best 1 is the objective form of pronouns in thenominative County, were guests of 1. 11. Iloden-
and General Store
of the magnitude or importance that "banana offered at the most reasonable Laugh Tuesday. Sold by Drug
Culture is a paying proposition prices> case,, as, e. g., "it Is me.'
In the state ever carried by so nearly > in Lake county." The W. E. Milker, of Brooklyn, wan attending "n. Coed Old Standby Since 1848"
tt newspaper habitual Well, we io use It that way, so nearly
a unanimous vote. > > tells of the ixmttlpatton curedIn to business here this week
d banana crave of 14 toll; Days universally that any one using the"corre't" MEXICAN

,j C. L. Stokley, near Mt. Dora, 4n which LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a specially' form would attract special Dr. Biggs, of Sturke, was a professional
,,J< "Y; Entering the barber shop of Jim one thousand stalks in prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for I lobitti visitor here Monday.
were an advanced attention. And why not? Other languages
; t Mears, of Tampa, robbers made away state of production.> During Constipation. It relieves promptly but disregard that rule, without 11. J. Cribbs has been attending to MUSTANGLINIMENT

safely with his two by two foot safe, the summer Mr. Stokley has sold from should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dnyt disastrous business In Starke\ this week.Itev. .
to induce regular action. It Stimulate! consequences. "IetatlC'est ?
1 containing $250: in Liberty bonds, $140 his grove one thousand bunches unrt Duller, of Cumpvillo, will I It
of ba Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takj OOiDur moi" (The stale? It is me,) said
'r,,'.1 in cash and records of the business. nanas at an average of $3 per bunch, bottle. a French monarch in perfectly good preach at the Iluptlst church Sunday,
The robbers, who are said to have
netting him the handsome sum of French, though the moi of his language

hauled the safe away in an automo $3,000. 31i--; is just as objective In form as the t
bile, left no clue "'
I r" "me" of Rngllhh. "

Acting under telegraphic instruc- And why should we strain after our
A modern creamery is being established tions from lm
1 embassy in r's, and struggle to pronounce the
in Ocala, and it is expected to Tired1
t Washington, A. H.
Hubbard, British 1k final "nlin: such words as "going?" I
result in a widespread developmentof
vice counsel in Miami began an investigation We ought to do it, no doubt, to avoid ,
the dairy industry in Marion coun into the flogging and tar- criticism from those bent
ty. New herds of dairy cattle are be- ring and 1 "I was weak and run-down. more on -
feathering last August in verbal precision! than the substance of l f.
ing brought into the county,*plane are that city of the Rev. relates Mrs. Eula Burnett of II
Philip S. Irwin the
sentence; but the fact remains, attested
being made for the establishment of arch deacon of the Dalton. Oa. "I was thin and I
Episcopal church a its almost
new dairies and farmers throughoutthe who lust felt tired, all the time by universal presence
was engaged in work among the 6 I didn't rest well. Iwasn't that there Is something-some
county expect to purchase cows negroes of Miami, and of 1
George modification
Doty ever hungry. I knew in our organs of speech
for their farms. a negro, who conducted by THE: UNIVERSAL CAR
a blacksmith I -perhaps due to climate
this I Deeded a tonic, and or other local
shop in a small town in that county. I as there Is none better than- causes-which makes it a hardship
Returning from dance in Plant
a Both Irwin
and Doty are British sub I I to utter either of these sounds.
City and said to have been drinking, ject Each left the after New PricesF.
community These remarks are not made to encourage
two negro women were killed instantly their experiences .<***!MU
with the maskedmen. carelessness in
speech. .
and four seriously injured when *'N
the Cadillac car in which they were iCARDUl1Tho the contrary, believing that the English O..B. DETROIT

riding at 05 miles an hour, left the John Loudermilk-, a valued language the greatest existing Instrument .
employeof for the
expression of both Chassis
road, sheared off a telephone pole and the phosphate mine at Tiger Bay, thouht and feeling that designed $29
was ever
made two complete turnovers, going is recovering from a akin
throu-h a barbed wire fence and finally eration in which he gave grafting op. Women's Tonic by man, we are in sympathy Runabout $32
thirty-two with all efforts to improve and
:\ opplng against a tree. square inches of skin to save the life I fect it for the great purposes per for Touri r Car $355

1, of a fellow employ
"L.A.. McElveen Jacksonville named Chapman. . I began which language exist. Rut it'. a mass Truck
", street Chapman, who is an electrician, was tslnr Cardnt. of hassis $445
car employee, shot and killed his accidentally scalded. He continues! Mn. Burnett. ; material rather than a

to the hospital at Pierce was for taken 6 "After my first boWs I slept finished tongue, and those who wishto a Coupe $595

A TONIC ment and the physicians treat- better and ate b itter. I took 1 direct its course must keep their

': drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores that a skin-grafting finally operation decided I four bottle. Row I'm well I I eyes fixed upon the present and the Sedan $660 I
rather than the
feel Just fine lat and upon past.-
would sleep,
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and be necessary to his *
save life.
Lakeland These the lowest Ford
He tar skin |s clea and I hare Telegram. are prices of cars in
Enriching: the Blood. When you fool Its was brought to Lakeland
where I
,,,' strengthening.Invigorating effect, see howit Dr. Sullivan performed the mined and au.e feel that the history of the Ford Motor Company.
U the last i ZIFF
brings color the cheeks and how "Johnnie" tonlo eve '
to Loudermllk Orders
voluntarily coming in fast
and made." are so place yours

appreciate it improves Its the true appetite tonic value., you v.-Ul then cheerfully giving-the necessary skin. I Thousands of other women i Ziff, Dec. 0. -Services wero held at promptly to insure earl delivery.J. I'

'; Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Theodore Baker, a p have found Ca dal Just asMrs. I Dedan church Saturday and Sunday.
negro, was shot
'; Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So and instantly killed at River Junction Burnett did It should Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, was a W. ANDREWS, JR.

pleasant even children like it. The blood : Friday by Deputy Sheriff help you. 4 visitor hero Sunday afternoon. Dealer STARKE

needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Johnson when the latter H. M. At all drUI'e1lta.L Elder I. A. Wetherington, of Georgia ,

Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and atempted to preached at Rock church Friday.A .
Clip germs by Its Strengthening Invigor.atmg arrest him on a charge of robbery E.t3 large crowd attended. .. .,. :
When --- -:::: ::_
Effect 50c. Johnson approached the negro, r: a...,;_ Frank Reynolds, of Graham, was =-- -



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