Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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i Cato (.'h nn. a :Near Murderer Lodged ) .\ regular meeting of J. J. DukisonI i The' following work in budding andI : of 'I'lionelio. I'aitl uh,>- xi I i

I in Jail (amp was held at the courthouse in I I lepuiiing! ! i- now wing art. all cMcutt lion During September! si

'''Starke Saturday September JTth In t., In tin juigle.v Lumbel., Supply\

l.i-' ik Sheriff [Eppoison! re-ceiv- : the absence. of the captain commander Ii i OMAHA ROPE IS ( "nnipun.\, ,; I'( .\. girt T. H. Edwards: :'01. II. ..i1.i'

,i'd l n''..t ti. c from the horitr of \Brunswick. ''Col. Weeks the meeting was tailed! ; T. .1 I. iiiiliin; I ihiiving alterations. :-. t"'". :'oil'". Laura Ellington: :\[ r".b. . i I

s hI 'tho-, named Carter, had broken'I, :Minutes. of lust. mootinir, "vend and tinner Tenth and Walnut .streets.F Bielling, :Miss Thelma Bailey, J. G.

n ,it I ofhe. tail there and wore supposti approved. FROM MAYOR'S F. Stump's, residence on Thompon 1 Rube-its.. (i. I D. Roberts, Mrs. J. M. 4 f

| in ta'i, I' headed' fr "Florida. Mr.I I Thy following answered; to the roll street is being renieidelcd', re- Wilson" L K:. Roberts, Frank Moigan .

EpP"'n" roan locatrd one of them at cull: D. J. Byrd, 8. }F. :Morgan J. I.Dnbose I. I ilnstcred| and lepnmted. :Miss Rhoda Thomas! J. F. Kickliter .(|'

i :Now( "rj and the other at Lake But- L. F. Gay', W. II. Dow) ling. J. II -- i .\ W Anderson is having a newfeme W. E.: Edmoiielsein;, It. Wntsonig, \V. ,

4, !lei ind,i arrested them. The sheriff W. Wells, J. W. Osteen, J. T. .Jones. i built around 1 his, premises in E.: Webb Mrs. Flunk A. Bryan J. S. '

R from I'.run-wick left :Monday with his C. F. Fralitk Ielegateselected 1 to I Omahii. :Neb-'; Sept 'H Th.. 1 'lIdlIIIIr | til! tin !hllllol'1' I"., .1111" .1 ,,' I Johns. addition.New Griills. , A. S. Stiickland C. L. Smith, ,

prisoners the Atlanta reunion October( 7th to hen' tonight/ which selopeil l into I I mass ni, ,tl.iiiu-, and )In. ua- f"',',' : Kner budge is being painted W O. Rimes, W. L. 1'nni.\1.; : A. Wur- .,

"Mr: Epperson's' next haul m of avery 10th were, W. Ii. Dowling and I.. WKickhter many characteristics "fI rate riot .submit i after. completion. of a new Hour 1'''". L. L. Leach. 1c.; Warren G. W.

interesting nature In :May of 'I ; alternates. S 1'1 :Moigun held this city terrorized 1 for nine I File bombbill let") fMun'' and other. repaiis.Quite ) Lewis, W. N. Roberts, I D. W. Kelly, ]
and Henry' Varnes. hours Mayot: Smith was himself across the stieet set tiro the lot of building. going j
last Y" ..I' a negro named Will 1'aynf to a is onat II 1. Thomas.: i.... Hannah Swindel, ,
t working,, fat Thciessa during/ a difficulI I :Mrs. I. A. Davis, president of W. T. -a\ed from 'I lynching by a policeman! house in a dozen .places. .File LukeGeneva. The tjuigley Company 1;i. C. Tilhs, I D. A. Denmaik, C. A. ..'i
I Weeks Chapter, then gracefully bestowed who cut the rope from" about themayor's stietched by the fire dcl titnu'nl have uliciuly .shipped lumber .
yi ty was hit on the head with an axe I Bnjd', I. W. Andreu/ :Mrs. K. C. Scott, :
4 by Cato Gljnns, another negro. The crosses of honor on Comrades neck which his comrades' cut to pieces as rapidly. us they for tan bouseand( material for yet :Miss. Gertrude I.illoc'hlIi.! .... KeimMarr !
L. F. J. W. Osteen and C. I F. clubbed, olf the mob.' III itl. Negroes another house will be i
side of her skull! was broken in, he was Gay, are being shipped I this : Mrs., Walter W ill II. J. L. Rho :
thought dead, and Judge Gardiner( Fralitk. After which the camp broke The riot centered about t the new fiomlicet cars till over town II week den, s. M. Je>ynor, Jacob Bundel WuU j,
good order fell into line, and all county court house building, which being beaten unit in The orders for lumber of '
came II' hold an inquest. But he came in some cases frequent tor, Kiihl. Elizabeth f De-Sue) J. M. Nor- '
in marched to the Red Cross headquarters was set on fire in the efforts to reach Just before 10 o'cleuk the mob Into have caused the mentioned : l'
to hospital company
to sent a !
again was ruin, U. I D. Law, I l'.. Lewis, T. C. '
Georgia and his skull! mended with a where the ladies had a sumptuous William Brown, a negro charged with ed the fourth floor of the I to buy a new [Ford, one-ton Thomas.. .. W. II. Boals. Mrs. O. M. AI. I
dinner waiting for the \eteians. attacking a young white girl u few stalled the the truck te be used,! for Wehope
silver plate. his! assailant fled, after up steps to fifth > delivery. sires, R. H. Green, R. II. Nevels A. 1
committimr the deed and could not be The repast was much appreciated 1 and I days ago. Police on the fifth floor fired that the activity in building .1. Underhill, Mrs. Wm. Edwards L. '
I the kind ladies were, warmly thanked. With the flames one man' rod mentioiii-d but forerunner of
found.A :.. mounting steadily wounding three is a extensive K. AI"nll.V.. :\1. Ihvnn.J ).'I..t..h! _
short time ago theie was a washout :S. Jo'. ;\AIUKIiAIS, from floor to floor, Sheriff Clink and 'l he anted fell buck Mini ,' (\ work in this. line. More len- I or Poulseii; ;:;;, L "J. '-Reddish: ; ,' Visa- Ids i;

Line railway east of Adjutant. his deputies! fought u !grim battle of ing olher rooms ill the big ho / lid houses are neeeied, to take cine of
on the Coast Sweat Joe mills, W. A. Crosby, J.
-- ------+ hours to Brown from those For six weeks those who here with the intention
save who unruly come
negioes -
Dothan Ala., and a bridge gang with S. Toney"" C. T. Hill'ox.1., : II. Chan-
working (/Ul8B\/ LAKE l: clamored for hilt life, but lit 11 o'clock. caused I u reign of terror.. At to live, but most go elsewhere lo
which Will Payne was was toy, A. A. Dunlen, O. A. l Griffis, J. A.
with the cries of the 1H( ) twenty assaults against becausethey cannot house ;
sent ther to repair the breach. Another or more prisoners women find room. Colc'iuun. 1 I
bridge gang with which Cato Crosby Lake, Oct. 3.-:Mr. und :Mrs on the top floor-the jail floor, oecuired. Punishment by the "' The repainting of the town water ??_..___ --- "i

sent to the Lacy Green motored to this section ringing in his ears he was compelledto was entirely inadequate" an )* tank raid supports should be seen toby '
Glynns was working, was 'I' HER ESS A :
place from Thomasville. Payne Saturday and were the guests of II. surrender the) prisoner who was at assault being punished by the bond trustees. This property

same and lost time informing L. Edwaidse and family. hustled to an electric light pole and du>',,' imprisonment. is too costly to be- shafted\ to deteriorate .
recognized Glynns no .
'Ihetossu Oil. U. Rev. E.; C. Dickens
sheriff of nathan and ho :Mr. and :Mrs., 11. M. :MiRae and two hanged. In the" mob tonight women .. from lack of attention! -
the . of !Luke City down Sunday
little the weekendin ed the" actions of the ---- -. --
daughters spent ill
Sheriff The mob spirit began to manifest men'
; Epperson
arrested Glynns.
f :! Jacksonville; with relatives. Il1t the jail'cddiers. <'LAV HILL ami'/ "v"'I'y interesting talk atthe :
received word about the arrest and itself during the afternoon but it wail :1;
cbuieb. All
Baptist appeared" I to
Those interested in the Pine Level not until store, hud l been looted
left :Monday, for Dothan returning a gun
bewell 1 with Rev
T\i.' ,iu,, night with his prisoner. Sunday school will please meet there I that the sheriff considered the situation I !- on the Scene Cluv Hill Ot:1.. :i K.: II. Cal'tl'111111 pleased, lIi'kl'lI"I
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> and he has Iota called! of
_. -A _- - -.- ne\t Sunday afternoon ut 3e':!::\ ) ti.> ,reorganize 111,'lous. He swore in extra deputies Oitmlm. Sept.2': ). -With NOD sun Henry inaile a business trip to as pastor

the Sunday school.Mr. 1 I and also brought in some police I from" Foils. Oinuhu and' Crook, Ja. ,u..nvilli, 'I'; tlI1II1'I'h for the ,ensuing year (I''

RAIFORDlii : and :\11'''. Prank Rhoden, motored in uniforms determined that the Camp Dodge I ) lu, on riot duty Miss Junie Supp our popular school I ;Mr. \lra..lrlhur: Rins. of JackKonville ''I i

to this section Sunday afteinoon. law should, take its course despitethe with Ado)() ni.tre .soldiers due" to tem,her, spent ,the, week-end in the spent :Sutuiduy: here with .
1 : f r"i Oct 3.-Prof. U. A. Green; I relatives mud friends, Airs Ruis! was
The Kelly school will open! next atrocity of the crime" charged against. Omaha officials were confident Evergreen" stction, with homefolksDr. 1
Mi r.u'"e. Va"coe Andreu were .. Viola .\ ll..iIlS her
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-t f"I'lIlI'l'lyIi" < an.I I
Ot tober :Mon'day
the negro. no further G.(! W. Brown of !LawU-y, was
v-.,0)) t.. itarko 1 inlay, night l EEdnu: and which fiioiitls were /glad, to "t'' her.
:Mis-es '
Little Pearl jeslerday and last \' nltendmg to I busines- this community -
Mi- Myrtle Jones of :\ DOIH :Manning/ oftarkp.: visited By dark the streets iivlliivicinity. sulted in the deaths of two "- Saturday.Messrs :tin'''. I R. M. llersoy and I children,

y hni.'fiino 1 ) home after visiting her their uncle, P. I C.: Bryant Saturdayand seveial nf the ipurthousc Chief were blocked for uiiil injuries to scores others, : S. .1.) W. A. mid If. S. Starling CI-de, and Nettle, spout the weekendat
of Police Ab1.1'11I1.1
IUI. 1.\ I U) Andrews, for a couple of squares LakeButler with relatives andfrtcydp
Sunday.Mrs ..ll'Ill't'oll.hy' lire of t the business visitors.
1 county I were to Stuik
week- "'rLvti' I ,i box rind'! nttempti dIn I .
: J. C. Manning and daughter, house. The troops have machine Saturday.

Mi: and Mrs. Markley Johns ofStarki :Maud[ and son, Carlos, motored out to I to address make himself the crowd heard but and was unable reiielv' to put into use I if Ilecwa' I :Me-ssrs. I II.I I D. and L. N. I I'.idgelweie I t MISH l nutelhWoodaiel: and brother,
were In town Friday after.n afternoon. 1 only with 'I'he .Samuel/ were. visitors to Hampton/ on
1' 11.
F Bryant's Sundty difficulty made his own It city was quiet today, so in Highland, Saturday morningMrs. .
( this ,im, ;
that theiic.b
been was lit(
has began
of Alaehua
Felix ynp| :Me "I'V.. G. Souls mid Price of
at :'lr..Johnson's.. All invited to beprea.nt. I visitors.. ,
congrcgutloll street
I bie'iikini. ? winl'nvs the on l'01'1I"1' ainl I Clifton were to I.lIwt..yTu..llly ;
I sin mln I g n few day here with in ,,.liicksnnv, two here
I Il eif spent n or"U"1 groups )P1150ns. Information mill 1 'l'hlll'l lluy.
l ; HI'E.I C Wells\ made a trip to A and shortly after. wards dining last week on I busmen's.I'ax .
- : I "liie", hitird.Fneinen 1. the I'old hospital lute' today Mrs Maggie Hudson and children" )
I Im- was
liu ksonville Saturday.Jimnno I I RIVKR; toll Shirley" who ban bleu em.I.
the effe-el that -
I Mu.vor Smith's of ksonville !lust will
were already the ItI'oun,1ml'mb'r. __ .. __ spent? ! week.: .. ...
Godwin, of Lawtey was ov on "u !doved in .1..ekaouvtlle, ,,.ii.1.,....I '...1...uhere .
fun was .
I but .. of the mob whom vi-iy miti.laclmy."Omaha her" )parents, ;Mr" 1111.111'; a. s. .1. Slnrling. I
.t i (I'ridaevening.. I :New River, Oct. ,U.-L'. ,1. SWel1l'I upon I Tiu-Milay eiiioutu to Lurking; J
Mir",-sio Kennedy one of Rai- and I little J. L. of this section they bud turned I streams of vvatejhad( : I'whole lie.- will time. .
ingen son, :'Iiot.h'"I1I'd" B. spend sonic ;
B Pudgotr and 'Robert Nolanwere
; I the, hose .
is and it useless. Other
fold'high,\ school teachers, spending was
relatives Jasper Mrs II. K:. Miioic-r. children
I were visiting at Omaha Sept. J' .-Omaha Iy business visitors to Jacksonville ami s
the week-end with her parents in fire companies brought mole hose, but
/ Friday returning home Sunday were, visitors' to :Stuiko:; Tueseluy.
a ne-gn last night, dragged his WednoHdny.L.! f
Lake Butler afternoon. I it was similarly rendered useless through theslieetH and then 1 I 10.: Starling was in Highland or Mr. and Mrs[ C'. Voungblood and "
Meanwhile the
Willie Epperson of Starke, was in I B. Brown ami. family ofSampson progress of the ,daughter Ni'iilio thu
:Mrs. II. flames could it, strung :Mayor Smith up to a Saturday. were among .
town Thursday. City were vi..itinlr11's.: C. I to an extent be judgedby ley pole because he refused to Ben Wilkinson and mother Alra.Geo. vimlors to Iliimplon Saturday afternoon -
the the smoke from
culling windows.
:\11'11. B. H. Andrews is spending .
in Jacksonville M McKinney Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Every; available policeman thescene the negro tuined, over to the mob, E: Wilkinson, made u business! ..
weekend with relatives : and Mrs Will Andrews and was on ;M. Jolly and of
burned) the million dollar trip to Jacksonville Friday. .son, Guy Orungtl
by 7 o'clock but
family a'ld11'. and Mrs. Rob Andrews they were impotent Heights, rnotori'd over Sunday and
of Jacksonville in the hands of the thousands and county jail in getting the .Y'er't Nelson and O. I're'II'nttfr04.! /et-
Henry Taylor week-end, with her and !Miss Mamie Andrews went to arrayed against them and at killed two members" of the mob ,. Padgett and :Miss Pearl Padgett spent' the. day at the home of Mr. and
the par troops
Mrs. ;M. /Hull
Swift Creek Sunday. ,
and beat fifty others visitors to Starke
police and I < ro Saturday
Fort Omaha and Fort Crook
:Mr. and :Mrs. B. Taylor.Mr. were I
ents. appended -
Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Kerce IIllE'nh.dchurch Mr.: and Mrs. McGilvery: and chile )
Robert Lockhart of ) for. today Omaha in not ashamed J of I W M I'udtrett spent Saturday in .
and Mrs.
at Swift Creek Sunday. elren left Sunday, for Miami where
deed. hm. ,
visiting friends and For hours it was not known whether I Lawtc-y guest of sister, Mrs. J. :
Oklahoma are :Mrs. A. J. McKinney and son, Ray Sheriff Brown and the prisoners Business. men in the main Byrtl they will spend a week or two with '
relatives here. were
T. of Dukes of Alachua were visiting relatives at alive or dead. There to the act of the mob and are :Messrs. H. B. Hudson and Curtis, relatives
Mr. and Mrs J. Barnes, was no way
New River Sunday.CKSONVILLE. Mr. ami 111'14.Y.. F. Wallace
the 'ek-cnd here with friends get word in or out of the building., !steps to see that it 1111"11101 ( were business' visitors; toIurksonville were
spent + -
-- visitors
of Jacksonville, Some faces, supposed, to be those of again. But the men. in the .. Tuesday. to Hampton Saturday f
Mrs. A. Hartley
J.\ : 1.11STUK: II. K.; Moorer t,
the clerk and the W. A. was among them visi.
working is Starling and Horace
son, ,
Is visiting her parents Mr. and :Mrs.B. deputies, could occasionally( he discerned man
I through the obscuring, smoke duy simply smiling all over his u visit to Jacksonville Tuesday. Lora to the county II..trll"li"Jatur., : -
I. Taylor.Mr. .
and Mrs C. I). Addison madi The Interstate Stock Yard, Talley.rand at the windows and from time* to time ut the result of his work lust. Quito u crowd attended! the Long luy. I'f f

a business trip over to Lake Butler avenue report on the local stock the cries of the jail prisoners now im- arid the women of the town have neh cemetery' working Wednesday J. V. Jones, of Hampton) attendee!
market by Williamson & Dennis as u similar position. Omaha church here Sunday night.W. .
Friday. prisoned as well by flames nnd "smoke I women - ---
made trip to follows: could! be heard above the shouts and! 'glorying/ in the fuel that the reudv to t i file I tomorrow," he A. Jones left one day last week
Earl Whitten a over SOc townChniio -. r
Iliiira n -ceipa Htrhl pnwpwta fur Jacksonville .
Will Brown, who ussu'ultcd ". where ho will spend
Lake Butler Saturday. heavy IDS Ib" UP u -'I4 Utf'"l I I.50Kiiuxh I'cries of the mob. a -
of Charleston S. r.1: hrnvr .._ 11.M"fI 1.00 old white girl, and who was with Twenty-four negroes, dressed,. in ef- several days on a combined 1 businum '
: ,
Shl'phl'rd1001'1', heavy I lijS HM 11,OcVirll.BOLltihts ,
ili| mil I
_- other white woman has been Iiii II el'ithes and wearing( special u I i, ) pleusiire trip.
:Mr. and 1400ffl1BOMmvy po
C.. is visiting his parents I I-6 Co 111 ll>* n Brown Lnched at II o'elntk
pies I IIO ll>.. I" )laO Ib* 100l..,i/ll.BO and burial' '" badges ii iii) currying urns, ap Mrs; A. I I.. Sullivan was visitor
Mrs. S. II. :Moore.[ is l.ltrhl. Uif. 110 llw. down ._- x5110,10.001 Omaha Sept. :IiH.! -Bent on Ivn-h The woiking women .down in I '.'. on the streets. tonight. They t" Hampton, Friday.MIMS .
:Miss Ht'lpn.iauriltht: spending Skim 500W
-----o----------- i ing William Brown, u negro charged, : ;MaudeMcKwen[ ; :
tilt o.on"rlo.60 the stenographers, the ofliee "' they hud been sworn in us spe' spent Satur-
the week-end in Jacksonville.:Marion Browning (tan". pi... __ __ __| _ ._. 5.Ollf. 7.00 with assaulting a young white girl a the department stole' eleiks' err plt olIU'iTH by city iiflicials. Soldiers"' duty in Hampton, with her lIi"ter. Mrs I II.
Walter -Written Incite KfCclpln light protipMlii
to LakeButler r.w ------------------4 Wit Him1Slfi ,I mob of thousands surrounded I the ed at the work of the rnobMurder them. to the lire station' di-uirn' I.. I It. ICoss.Mexilarnes. I

and Herbert Ritch went over rn -. __n ._ .-- _. 4 BOrtfl HBO.HiiIlK i! Omaha runty courthouse them and ,leleiiHetl I them. : C'. A. Youngbloud unit H.K. '
Friday night. 4 B 76Vrnrlmirit
BOftl tonil'ht'l
Mr. B. Johns'.' child died, Wednesday '-_u- .. u Oilfrtf II50lf.m wrecked! the building set it . ( 'hargc,: .\ICJlill 1 .1'w, ...' I I:. :Moorer spent, :Sunday ufteTiiiHin at
| .. 6.01lftt11111 < and! bottled with the police .\ Brooklyn! with ;Mr. and :\01
Onmhu' Sej.t ::11I.Jo'll'st "" nolliertluck' mi While \\ OMI.IMOmuhn I'll. Libertrfibley. :
night The burial took place on Veal eK s.. _ 0.0001)2.MlCanner ): .h.r'l
' ._ .. TOO up iff's deputies for possession of niureler,,, i charges against: twenty , Ort I A white woman ; ;, .

' Friday.B. D. Andrews! lost his home by fireo'aturdIH' Shii>,p ixe-ipt* Rt ailyBFMNESs __ I gro., Blown was lynched at elevenoVIiM i..g.... members of the. nub attacked by. u negro" in the rear Misses Kdna and Viola Buyloi, of 1
k Sheriff :Michael ('lit rk and his her home Lake Geneva, attended
'lung up and litter, burm-d" I \ thin nfternoon. The tie Sunday school
: ( H .VNGKJoseph : ; :
I II depiitieh''ld. the fort in the top stir. 'Miown. ru escaped. Her home here ut the Christian church
!S 1. B Denmark moved in his new I a m VH. VM 'nieadv In be is ill t the Sunday
r home, :Monday E. Wilson-, the well knowninsurance of the courthouse, when the mil i I'j I th, i.\i rung I,;, r "it '. th.r, c of (Omaha's "black ba-It" which afternoon. i

The A. P. Andrews' gins began and title abstract man. will j l',, uteri with a hundred 1 prisoner:,. in, I II! ;Murrnv; nnel i'li hie; i thirty, ,; under,, control of troops under/ the I :Mrs. J.. D. Ross and little daughter, t

running this week. leave Sturke in a few weeks to become ...f111; fur (il'lI..u",1.. of Hamilton, spent Sunday- hens with r '
I I According. to the woman the relatives' j B"
----- -- a resident of :MubiliAla., where he negrontlred
i;, her hump while she was alone Luwten Baylor and daughter Ellu, j.
JOII \4TOWNJohr'tuwm ;; will be associated with his brother in i BRADFORD COUNTY (
the steamship business. He has sold I two small children. After of Brooklyn, were in our burg Sunday 1'

Oct 3.-School opened his insurance agency to Harold S. to kill the children if she afternoon
<. an outcry lilt negro curried the :Mrs A. L. Sullivan and children/ expert -
fith.Mr .
on :Monday. Oct. Wall who has been a member of the
from the. house to leave the 'last of the for
-. David Kittler has been on the clerical force at the Bradford County HIGH week
sick list the past week.Mrs. I Bank for the past few months Mr SCHOOL As. soon as the attack was reported, Lurkins where she will join her husband
along "' I threw u cordon around the. and make that their future homo
: G.; M Seville is getting Wall i is a popular young man, a recent en :
I nicely She underwent an operation graduate from Bradford County -- - district and refused to permit E.: A'. Games returned to Tampa on
"'"' to leave or enter the district. Saturday after a short visit here with
in Jacksonville recently. High School and will no doubt meet The Bradford
County High School I I pal, ; Al. ",'w.; ... relatives
Ceo \\'. Coffin spent a couple ofdays success in his chosen. line of businessThe opened :Monday with 'I'
in .Jacksonville this week.A Bradford Countyb..tro.t. Co. number of morning a large Katherine Cuplmger and one : Literally "Smoked" Out i.f Jersey R. M. King, of Jacksonville was
I patrons present and the teacher yet to be selected.) I) Swamp home Sunday.'Ihu .
crowd of young !people gatheredat owned by :Mr Wilson will bo retained student
body numbering :301:
: the home of Mrs: A. L. Smith Fri- by him He will leave the business rollmem, increasing' daily. The. and en- ,,I mental work in high' school :Mount Holly N..1.. ('ept.:10.-, : .The farmers of this section' have

day night and enjoyed a good 1 time. in charge of Mr. C. E. Ahearn :Mr exercises held( In the auditoriumwere opening I Eighth; (;iradp-\Iiail: Julia for wham fiOO; armed men hud been taking advantage of the warm

.\ number of people from here attended Wilson has bn-n one of Starke's most as follows: Seventh Grade, --;Mrs. J. C. Iil's.Sixth ' searching in the woods and weather by harvesting their hay.

the association of the Primi- public spirited. citizens' for the past Instrumental duet-Mrs. U. C. trad-\Iiss; Carrie'ifth ,... surrounding Rancocas creek Jr-sse- Adkins spent Saturday nightIn .

tive Baptist Sunday at Swift Creek. several years and his departure is .Tones and :Miss Elizabeth Brownlee. Grade-Miss Doris Law. a charge that he assaulted a white Lake Butler.

:Mrs Prortor and dughter of Lake very much regretted. Devotional exercises' and short ad 1 Fourth and Third A--Miss, of Merthuntville: was captur, H. H. Roebuck was attending to

Butler visited her daughter Mr: C. .r..s--n"v.. B.' D. Law. : Thomas. tonight, after the torch had boon /business! matters! in Hampton :Mon

L Varnes.. this week :Mrs Z. J. Roberts and :Mrs. Wm.S. fhorus, "Happy Greetings"-By :Second; and Third B-Mrs. J. to the dry bushes in the swamp day.

Yelvington. of Hattings, spent the the "I'hool.Irll.: i). C. Jones, I'orpell. fugitive was literally smoked out Mrs. Mattie lIagan U able to bet up
TIME: TilNGES OCTOBER 26TIL; weekend with their parents. Judge accompanist piano II I-irst' Grado Mis'i I Olive Ray. the swamp. again, after a few days' illness.

and :Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. They returned Hymn. "Come Thou Almighty/ King" Teacher of Agriculture. --Prof. ,1 All other means of finding the ne II. F.. :Moorer was n visitor to

. In the last issue of the Telegraph I :Monday, cceompamed by their School. E Pope. ro in the deep swamp! having failed Hampton Saturday afternoon.

t we stated that the train schedule of grandmother Mrs. H. Austin, who Instrumental duet-:Misses IHs Ep Teacher \oluNil'-Mn.: A. E. swamp was set afire. Oil was us. Mrs. R. M Mersey and little daughter

the Seaboard would be changed the will spend some time with them at person and Ethel Oriflin. If necessary another teacher will freely and soon a heavy smudge Nettle, were visitors to the county -

first Sunday in October. The statement Hastings. They traveled in a Buick Short addrpss-R< v. J. C. Diggs u Ided in the primary department. was rolling over the water and, scat Friday. 1

was correct at the time. Since Six. Address "Our Course in Agricul. Starke i ill fortunate in II. Men were stationed at every R. Hersey. of !Raiford, spent a dayor .'
then there has been another agree I ture"-Prof. C. E. Pope I'rof. again ; \' by which the fugitive might two here last week on business.D. . J. '

ment among the railways wherebyth. all the railways of the United States Announcements-Prof. S. S. Dowl- II S. Dowling and with as his prrncipal of the I !. Half choked by the smoke, W. Moore was a visitor to rJ

change of schedule wall deferredto will turn their clock back one hour ing, principal.The of teachers the competent negro. crept to the swamp's, edge Hampton Friday afternoon. He was :

October 2fith-the last Sunday of which make "eastern" time for Florida faculty for the coming term U the patrons feel sure I was seeking to pass the armed nci-oinpunied home by his wife and
present term of 1919.20 wilt
October at 12:01: a m. At that time as follows Prof S. S. Dowlmg, prln- successful one. when. he was discovered and I (end.children where they spent the week j I

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Cnlo (f" nn". II :Near" Murderer. Lodif- l .\ regular meeting of J. .1. )Dickixon I I The f"lIlIilljC work building( nndrepairing .Names. of Thoselio I'ltiduh.'ril./, \ .

(.11 in Jail Camp wiis held at the courthouse, in I u is, now K-oinR i "". all executed I tion During /September'

| Stal ke Saturday, September 27th. In I by I the Quigley I Lumber & !Supply

1.'k, \ Sheriff Epperson receiv-j! tho absence of thu captain commander OMAHA ROPE IS CUT i i ('ompun.\' : (I'. A. flirt T. B. Edwards. M. IL +

oil noti,I I.!.- from the sheriff of Bruns.wlI.k. ['t ('ol.Veeks, the me.ting11" culled ; i T. ,I. Grillln, is having alterations ..ltl-, :\h's. Laura Ellington Mrn.E.F. : : .

<"a. that two negro prisoners I to order by Lieutenant I D. J. Byrd., I. made to the i interior of his, residence, I .liuhius. Mrs. T. H. Willis 4. Allison i

brothernamed, Carter hud broken I] :Minutes I nf Inst 1 meeting road and'approved. I n"'IIl'I' Tenth and I Walnut streets. lliu'll ilug, Miss Thelmu Bailey, J. G.

out of rho jail there and were suppos-j'', FROM MAYOR'S I! .F. .F. Stump's, residence 011 Thump Roberts. (;i. I n. Roberts, :Mrs. J. M.

o 01| to }h' VI' headed, for Florida.I r. Tiltfuloumg! answered to the roll NECK I I son street' i is being i remodeled'. re- Wilson L. E.: I Roberts, Frank :Morgan>

Epporinn. soon located one of them at call : D. J. Byrd S. I lj'. :Mot gan. J. I. | plastered/ ami repainted. Miss/ Rhoila Thomas, J. F. Kickliter,

N'ewherry and the other at Lake I'.ut- Dubose.. F. Gay, W. II. Dowling. ..J.'V. I I A W. Anderson is having a now W. E.: Edmoiulson: II. Watsonig W.

lei and arrested them. The sheriff Wells, J. W. ()steer., .1. T. Jones.C. I fence built around his premises in E.: Webb, Mrs. "Frank A. Bryan J, S.

from Brunswick left :Monday with his F. Fmali. k. Delegates.elected t... 1,, ()mahuu. Neb., Sept., :28.The 1 lynch | til tlv I hiiildiMu: Iu'u itiuiu' -octhing Johns addition.New . (;"itli", A. S. Strickland, C. L. Smith,

prisoners. the Atlanta reunion October 7th to ing here tonight which developed into I I ma.f tlniiieami' 111'u forced to I River bridge i is being painted W. 1 O. Rimes. W. L. Ennis, ?1. A. 'War

"Mr.: Epperson's next! haul is of avery 10th were, W. II. Dowling and I. W. mnny churiictensticH of a race riot submit after the completion of a new (floor ren. I.. I.. Leach E.: C. Warren G. \V.

interesting nature. In May of Kickliter; alternates. S. F. Morgan held this city terrorized for limo Fire bombs hurled from buildings' and other repairs.i Lewis, ''''. N. Roberts, D. W. Kelly, .

last, ye..r a negro named Will Payne, | and 1I'nrlrnl'''. houi <. Muyor Smith was himself across the .street set lire'to (tilt' courthouse Quite a lot of building is going on I H.I J. Thomas Miss I Hannah I Swindol I, ,

workim--. Theressa during a difficulty Mrs. L. A. Davis, president of W. T. saved from lynching by a policeman in II di",r.ti places. Fire huso at I Lake (" '111'\11. The ljuigley Company G.; C. TilliH, 1). A. Denmark C. A.

was hit on the heud with an axe I Weeks Chapter, then gracefully bestowed who cut t the ropifrom, about themayor's stretched by the (department were have ready shipped I lumber Boyd I.V.. Andreu, Mrs. E.: C. Scott,

by Cato Glynns, another negro. The crosses of honor on ComradesL. neck, which his comrades cut to pieces' as rapidly as they were for two houses and material I for yet Miss Gertrude Reinoehl, Miss Rena
F. Gay J. W. Osteen and! C. I" clubbed off the mob. laid. Negroes another house will I be I this.
side of his'" "skull was! broken in, he was are being dragged shipped Miirr. !Mrs. Walter Wills J. I,. Rho-
thought dead and Judge Gardinercame Fralick. After which the camp broke The riot centered, about the new from''lIr" all over town and are week. ",'n. S. :M. Joyner Jacob Bun.lel.'al.. _

to hold an inquest.\ But he came in good order, fell into line, and all county( court house building whichwas being I beaten and in some cases shot. The frequent orders for lumber of ter I Kuhl, Elizabeth: DeSue J. M. Norman '

marched, to the Red Cross headquarters set on fire in the efforts to reach J bc-foro late have
to again was sent to a hospital in u"t 10 o'clock the! mob reached caused the company mentioned B. l II. Law, I E.: Lewis, T. C. L
Georgia and his skull mended with a where the ladies had a sump William Brown, a negro charged, with the fourth floor of the building andstarted to buy n new Ford one-ton Thomas. W. H. Bon., Mrs. O. M. Alvarez .

silver plate. His assailant fled after I tuous dinner waiting for the veterans. attacking> a young white girl a few up the steps to the fifth floor. truck to bo used for delivery.. We I R. II. (Green R. II. Nevels A.

committir the deed and could not be The rl'pulltas much appreciated and days ago. Police on the fifth floor fired killingone hope that the activity in huilling'1 J. Underbill, :Mrs. Wm. l> Edwards I..

found.A the kind ladies were warmly thanked.S. With the /flames mounting steadily mUll and wounding three others. mentioned i is but II forerunner of extensive B. Alexander.. \1. Bryan J. Fletcher

short time ago there was a wash F. MORGAN from /floor to flimi!'. Sheriff Clark and The crowd fell back and I continued ,II m.- work in this I 111" :More rental I'UIIII<<'II, I. J. Reddish Miss Ida

the Coast Line railway east of Adjutant.CHOSHY his deputies fought a grim battle uf jug other rooms in the big building. I houses arc needed' I to take care of Joe
out on _ A _ Sweat (;il'itli.V.. A. Crosby J.
Ala. and bridge with -- hours to save Brown from those who For six weeks unruly negroes have those who come here with the intention '
S. .
Dothan. a gung Toney ( T. Sill'ox. M. I II. Chiin-
which Will Payne was working was ) LAKE: clamored for his Jife, but at 11 o'clock caused a reign of terror. At least to live but most go elsewhere cey A. A. I Durdon O. A. Griflls, .1. A.

sent there to repair the breach. Another with the cries of the 100 or more \prisoners twenty assaults against women haveoc&'uiiiu'uI. becuuse I they cannot find house room. Ciileniun.

bridge gang with which Cato Crosby Lake, Oct. 3.-:Mr. and Mrs. on the top floor-the jail floor Punishment by the courts The repainting I of I the town water ----.- ---

Ulynns] was working, was sent to the Lacy Green; motored to this section ringing in his ears, he was compelledto was entirely inadequate\ un attempt tank and supports should be seen toby TIIERESSATheressu. :

same place from Thomasville. Payne Saturday and were the guests of II. surrender the prisoner who was at assault I being punished by thirty I the bond trustees. This property i r

recognized Glynns and lost no time informing L, Edwin-clue and family.Mr. hustled! to tin electric light polo and days' imprisonment.In I is I too costly I to be allowed I to deteriorate \

the sheriff of Dothan and hearJ.tC and Mrs. H. M. McRae and two hanged.The I the mob tonight women applauded from lack of attention.! Oct. 3.-Rev. E. C. Dickens ) -
little daughters the weekendin t the actions of the --. of Luke (City cunie down Sunday \
>d Glynns. Sheriff Epperson: spent mob spirit began> to manifestitself men i in battering t ,
received word about the arrest and Jacksonville, with relatives. during l I the afternoon but i it was I! lit Ibe jail. CLAY HILL and gave 11'I'y interesting talk at
t the I Baptist church. All to
Those interested in the Pine Level
left :Monday for Uothan. returning not until a gun store had been looted \
I -uldi'r---::;; ; ; be well pleased with Rev 1 Dickensand
Tue-diiy, night with his prisoner.U. Sunday school will please meet there that the sheriff' considered the ,situation :-: I /Scene' Clay II ill. I ,,"t.C.: E. II. Carter amison

- - --- -- ric-\t Sunday afternoon nt :Ii:'!\O( to reorganize "serious. I He swore in extra I 3 Onmliii Sept.. :>!>.--With.' 800 troops I Henry I made a business trip to he bus been culled :as pastor of ]

/ the Sunday school. uties and also brought. in some dl'p'l! I from "Forts Omahn and (Crook, and Jut \li.-ionville i I Tue.-;il.i,> the church for I the ensuing year.Mr. I ,J
.\ () I) I'
and I :.Mrs. Arthur Ruis of Jacksonville
Mr.l and Mrs. Frank Rhoden motored lice in uniforms determined that the Ciimp' Dodge. la., on riot duty and. Miss t Janio :Kapp:; .. our i poplilar11101, \ / '

to this section Sunday afternoon. IHW should take, its course despite the with r 0ll)., mure soldiers due to arrive, I teacher, spent' the week-end. I in I ho spent! Saturday here with 'l
Prof. I 14. A. Green
Kii'f: .m. Ol't. :3.-- I relatives a nil. friends., Mrs. I Ruin wasformerly ,
The Kelly school will open next atrocity of till crime charged against Omaha) officials were confident that Evergreen: section 1 with j( I liomefolks.Dr. "
MiMriime: Vaseoe, Andreu wereviiioi Monday (October! I the negro no further rioting i I ) (!L- W. I'rown of Lawtcy, WII"IIltl'lIo1illjl'
t III Starke I Friday night. Little :\Ii..-,." Pearl EEilna andDora j which yesterday and last night resulted to busincH.s, in this community friends were glad'I to see her.Mrs. I \
'liMyrtle Jones McClenny, By dark thetreets in'the vicinityof : I R. M. I I und children
Manning of Starke, vil haiefirmvl, home aftl'l''IAitinjl her of uncle, I'. B. Bryant Saturday, I I I'purthouse were blocked forseveral mill injuries, to scores others and de- : S. J., W. A. and II. S. Starling I Cl; cm.lo and I Nettie, spent, the week-end} 4 "..
for Chief of Police Abertfin
unl.I"\ I U. Andrews, a couple I squares\ at Lake I But It'I' with relatives sal ,\
and Sunday. Mounted, box lire of tincounty court were business visitors to fsturke
a am: attempted
week.Mr- I .
Mrs. J. C. Manning and daughter house. The friends.Miss"
troops have machine i Saturday.Messrs.. .
: .md :Mrs. Markley Johns of to address the crowd! but was unable guns
in town Friday after Maud and son Cau los, motored out to to make himself heard and only with ri'iiily in put into use if necessary. II. |II.) and L. N. Padgettwere : Estelle; Woodurd. und brother, j

Starkt. were P. B. Bryant's! Sundty afternoon. difficulty mndi his own Hwns Tlii' city was quiet today. soldiers,I i in I Highland I I i Saturday morning.Mrs. i Samuel, vveri1, visitors to I Hampton on I '

noon. of Alachua has been Prayer meeting next Sunday, night aV this lime that the escape.mob\ begun pntrollinir I I I i t the streets to prevent t thecongregation Annie I Carter nnd. sons I Henry Saturday.Messrs.: I ; .
Felix Sapp at Mr. Job' ,n 1111/1'':;. All invited to be on street corners ofgroups and Clifton were visitors to I.l1wtt.yTUI'III'ny W. (;i. Seals and Price of I
friendsRev. breaking iivl'iws ill "
spending a few (day here with u tKcourthouse\ 1.
pI'et4u'nt. of I Information i l Jacksonville/ spent a day or two hereduring '
persons. from and Thursday.Mrs.
Wells made trip to and shortly after warjs the or.1 I
i K.: C. a ANEW cry I week '
Jacksonville Saturday.Jimniir ; -:- I "Ii( .i-u." was heard.Firemen tin' Ford hospital late today was to Maggie I Hudson I / and children i I. I t i last on business i '
I RIVERNew I tineffect that Mayor Sin ithi'a coruli"tlmaha I I of Jacksonville last week with I'll\lun Shirley, who has bl'c'l"III.- fn.
I spent
Godwin. of Lawtey, was ov- .uut. were-already. .on the ground- I tin".I..... tt'z.....- ..........., ....I.....r.,.".,...".....y... .. I..... .'i'...........".i." .. .H..&d.. lflI.'d ft...i I.,..fl.. ,C"'. ..r. .c flld,.. .II .- .I'idoved I I ill ,.lui-kMonville.;' motored t Ihl-u I. .
mcmDers or the moo '
whom :
"r Friday eveflinir.Mi' :; Ri\er, Oct. .').-K.: A. Swear- upon ir11;'. I here' Tuesday en route to Larkina,
: P'-rsie Kennedy one of Raiford's I. ingen and little son, J. L., of this section they had turned streams of xvatiy: had where he will I time.Mrs. .
spend HOIIIW
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school teachers is spendinLr cut the hose and it was useless Oth..rIh'e :Not; .'t. .hllllwd"Imllhn. I B. I B. Padgett and I 'Robert Nolan
high visiting relatives Jasper ; I II.I K.: Alooivr '
were at ( I and children I
in Sept. :2)-:) Omaha lynched I IIt were business visitors to ,
with her companies hose
parents brought but '
the week-end more ,
home .
Friday returning Sunday ucre visitors' to Starku Tuesday.Mr. .
it negro night dragged his body Wednesday.L. .
was similarly
Lake Butler. of Starke, wa in afternoon.Mrs. :Meanwhile] the rendered useless.of the through the streets" and, then burned! I E.; Starling i was i in I.JIII'k..onvilll'l I I and. :ti Ir',". C. A. Voungblood unU _
Willie ,
Epperson progress '
: II. B. Brown and family, of it, strung daughter' Neulie, were tho
Mayor Smith .
town Thursday. flames could 1 to an extent be judged up to a trolIcy Saturday.Ben : : nollg... I
Sampson City were visiting :Mrs.-C. pole. .because he refused Wilkinson mother !Mrs visitors 10 iiiimpion ;;> runty anernnon. -
to orderthe / and
:Mri. B. I D. Andrews is spending the M. MeKinney Saturday and Sunday.Mr. oy me smone curling from win.low4.EVlry .
in Jackson- available negro turned over to the mob and Geo. E. Wilkinson, made) u business'
with relatives policeman theIIc'nl'
week-end : and Mr Will Andrews, and was on M./ and
burned, the million dollar courthouseand trip to Jacksonville Friday. Jolly son, (iuy of Orange
ville. family and Mr. and :Mrs. Rob Andrewsand by 7 o'clock, but they were impotent I Heights' motored over Sunday and
Taylor of Jacksonville is in the hands of the thousands, county jail in getting the negro Nelson anil O. I'r"l1l'lItt.Ir"! 7.<'1-
Henry Miss Mumie Andrews went to killed spent' the day at the home of Mr. amid
two members, of tie Miss
spending the week-end with her parents arrayed against them and troops at the mob, shot Padgett and : Pearl Padget
Swift Creek Sunday.Mr. Mrs. M. Hall.
I. Fort Omaha und Fort and beat fifty police and others and were visitors to Starke Saturday.
and :Mrs. B. Taylor.Mr. Crook :
:Mr. were
appealed -
and :Mm. Ben Kerce attended :Mr. Mrs.'
and I Mc-Gilvery and children /
today Omaha is
and !Mrs. Robert Lockhart of ] for. not ashamed} of the W. M. Padgett spent Saturday inT.awtcy.
visiting friend* and church at Swift Creek Sunday. For hours it was not known whether "deed.BusinesH' I guest of his sister, :Mrs. J. left Sunday, for Miami, wherothey
Oklahoma, are Mrs. A. J. MeKinney and lOon, Ray, Sheriff Brown and the men in the main deprecate W. Byrd.Messrs., will spend, a week or two with
relatives here. prisoners were
of Alachua were visiting relatives at I I the act of the mob and II. K. Hudson und Curtis relatives.! q
Mr. and !Mrs. J. T. Barnes of Dukes alive or dead. There was no way to are taking
New River Sunday.JACKSONVILLE Mr. anil Mrs. W .F. Wallace
steps to nee that it dues Starling business visitors to were
not were
spent th"' week-end here with friends. ---+--- get word in or out of the building. occur ;
Mrs. A. E. Hartley of Jacksonville Some faces, supposed to be those of again. But the men in the streets Jacksonville/ Tuesday. visitors to Hampton Saturday.
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.! : deputies, could occasionally be discerned I the clerk and the working man in today W. A. Starling und son, Horace, II. K.: !Mnorcr was among the vi'iitars .' .

through the obscuring smokeat simply. smiling all over his face made a visit to Jacksonville TUI'Hlny.Clllite to the county metropolis, Satur-

B. I. .Taylor.Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Addison made Interstate Stock Yard, Tall >y. I the windows and from time to time at the result of his work lust night a crowd attended I the Long lay. r ffe;'
local stock
business trip over to Lake Butler rand avenue report on the cries of the jail prisoners now imprisoned ami the women of t the town have taken Brunch cemetery working Wednesday.! J. V. Jones of Hampton attended Ajor
a is
Dennis ,
market by Williamson & as similar hurch here Sunday niN'ht.W .
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Friday. ful InuruIlom : f as well by flames and smoke, ._1.. _..'_ ._ 'n" : . women are _..___.,.. ,..... __.h.... ".. ._u __ _u"' .".. ..I..u.... I..',. ......... ..J....... I.. .......1.
Earl Whitten made a trip over to : ; SOa lower.rholrv ,, could be heard above the shouts and K"> IlKht. .
Hccuiiiln proupwtji
Butler Saturday. i iSheph..rd he"vl/l 165 Ih. up __ u __$14 OOcVlll.Sil cries of the mob. Will Brown), who ussu'ilted' a I I'J-yvur! said. fi Jacksonville i I where ho will;I I spend I

Lake of Charleston S. /iooui l h,..vy __ ___ _ ___ 13110tll.OO: old white i girl., and who was with i another Twenty-four negroes, dressed I i in i civilian i- everal I days on it combined/ Imsiiiumnd
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KmiKh h..vl1111 ll.. ll.OOMI.J.BO) I I .
Mr. and .up ) I, white, woman has been) hanged I clothes anil I wearing special poI Ii pleasure trip.
visiting his parents h' us 10 inn iiM Brown .
C. is nun lynched at I II I o'clockOniahii .
._. I 111' Mrs. A. /I.. Sullivan' was visitor
ll.'wvy pun no UM. to 1:15: 11. and burned., badges and I currying arms, appeared a
Mrs. S. H. :Moore. l.lirhl PIIM" 110 lbs" down _ _.__ HBOI( 10.00' Sept. W.-Hent on I lyn'-h- tll I Hampton I "'ri.'uy.r .' .
'I I The working on I the streets I 1011 ilCh t. They )
Helen Nnuright is spendingthe ; Skip. ._ __. _ __ B.OdftJ) 7.00 women down III town
:Mi u - i
ls l-nl ruins.. hogs - - H.OllfiMn.rin):' ing William Brown, a negro charged I the stenographers, 1 the ofliee clerks, Ha id they hud' 'IICITI sworn in II s iu 1'- :Miss; lliiuiIi'le K:wen spent, Saturday .

week-end-Written\ Jacksonville.Marion Browning Runim 1'ntll IIIITK Receipts_ __ _Hunt.-_-- pronpi-cU_____ -- S.00i"' ..).(..k.r. 7.00. with assaulting a young white girl a I t the department I store cleiks'' are pleased dill ollicers by city nlT'icials. r in 1 Hampton with her sister' Mrs.
Walter ,
Lake I >w. u' _.-- -- -______ rloiit BOO I mob of thousands surrounded, the lit the work. of I the rnoli. took I them to I Ihi* lire station Solli..j I m I.. 'D. 'KOHS..Mesdnmes.
and Herbert Ritch went over to ._ _ __ _ __ _____ 4 liMn SilO Omaha ; '
: SU-pra u_ | county courthouse tonight, "d I t them and "," "'iisu'uJ I them.nolhir < A. Vounghlnod' and H. .
Butler Friday night. Y..rIinwo KilllH -- --_ BOM I.OOfrS H.75 111111 i wrecked the building, set it on (ire :Murder ( hua rgus* AK'iins) TwentyOmaha I I':. Moorer snent, Sunday afternoon at
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:Mr. B. Johns' child died HciffTH. . -- S.OIIft"| and' biittli-d I with the police and xhi>r I Iiff's ) Sept. :III).- 1 First degree .\ Altai-It I on Uhile i I \\'oinallOmalia Brooklyn with Mr. and Mrs.I ElbertSibley. : '4
The burial took place on Veil I enht>M 9.0ld,112.5f) )
night ('nnn.., __ _ .1.00 upMh. deputies/ for possession' of the ncgro. -I murder charges against. twenty ulli I ) \ Oct. t A white woman : .

Friday. "-r' rrreipt. non KU.aily.iirsi.NEss . Brown was lynched at eleven I I1 I geil IIIf'ml"'r.r t the mob which' was attacked by n u negro in the 1"111'hl'I' .Misses Edna; nnd Viola' Baylor, of k
B. D. Andrews lout his! home by firaSaturday. - --;-.----- -- .. .-1 Ii.. k Sheriff Michael 1 I ,
Claik I anil I his I -I I"'ifl' 11. up11,1 'later burned Will of home thiv iifternoon. The tiegr Lake Geneva: attended, Sunday school 3
; ( : en \ME: ; : I deputies t I held the fort i in the here ut the I
top story 'hrlstilln church
l"wn.! nivio, wenready: to I"J.(\ <> escaped., I Her home is i in the Sunday
S. B Denmark moved! in his new | of the courthouse, where the .
jail i thr- '''. mug' l h.\ tt\,' li''u cutor T heurt of Omaha's "black belt" whichis iifternoori
home Monday. began Joseph. E.and Wilson title abstract, the well knowninsurance ,. will lot, uteri, l with I a hundred prisoners, I ni, II Murray l laud l I'!" hir.i I ihinv, ", ..r"1 under, control of troops under the !Mrs. I I.. I 0. 'Ross iiml} little daughter, r
The A. I). Andrews' gins mull
of I
command of .Major. fieri.; Wood.According Hampton spent Sunday hero with
running! this week. leave Starke in a few weeks to becomea [ relatives.Lawten.
to the
--+- resident of Mdbile, Ala. where he woman, negro
entered her home while she was alone Baylor und daughter Ella )
JOHNSTOWNJohntown. ; ; will be associated, with his brother in BRADFORD COUNTY of
the steamship business. He has sold with, two to small kill the children.children if A ftu'rthreatu'ninig shemade afternoon.Brooklyn wenin our. burg Sunday

Oct. 3.-School openedon his! insurance agency to Harold S. J
Mrs. A. I.. Sullivan und
thi1 children
an outcry, negro carried the expect
:Monday. Oct. 6th. Wall who has been a member of the woman from the. house. to leave the ,last of the week for

:Mr-. David Kittler has been on the clerical force at the Bradford County HIGH SCHOOL OPENS/ As soon us tho attack was reported Lurkins, where shu will join her husband .
week.Mrs. Bank for the few months. Mr.
sick list the past pant troops threw a cordon around 1 the entire ami make that their future home
: C.; M. Bcvilie: is getting along Wall is a popular young man, a recent district uml refuHpil fn rx.rmif. E.: A' Guines; ; returned to Tjimnn on
underwent\ an operationin graduate from Bradford County --- --- '
nicely. She anyone to leave or enter the d list; rut. Saturday after a short visit herewith'
Jacksonville recently.Geo. High School, and will no doubt meetsuccess The Bradford County High' School I I < 'ipal; M.i. Jcanm-tte" Matthews, Mist relatives

f W. Coffin spent a couple of in his chosen! line of business! opened :Monday morning with a large j Kuthtrme Cuplmger, und one other Negro/ Lilt-rally "Smoked" Out of Jersey R. M. King of Jacksonville win

days! in Jacksonville this week.A The Bradford Cnuntyb"truI.t Co number of patrons present and the teacher yet to be selected. Departmental Swamp" i home' Sunday.

crowd of young 'people gathered owned by Mr. "Wilson will Iw retained student body numbering 31)3. and en- work in high school Mount Holly V. ..r., ''"flt. : Thu farmers of this section'huvo.

{; nt the home of Mr- A. I.. Smith Friday by him He will leave the business rollmerrx increasing daily The opening Eighth: Grade-Misn Julia Ham negro for whim 500" armed ao.orhl'l! been taking advantage of tho warm

I night and enjoyed a good time. in charge of Mr. C. E.: Ahearn. Mr. exercises held 1 in the auditorium Seventh (;rl&tI-Mrs J. C. Diggs. been searching in the weuthi-r by harvesting their hny.

. A number of people from here attended Wilson has been one of Starke's most were as follows: Sixth Grarjp; -:Miss! Carrie; Hollcy. !swamps surrounding! Rancoi-us ,creek Jesse Adkins! spent Saturday, night 5.

the association! tlv Primitive public spirited citizens for the past Instrumental duet-:Mrs. D. Fifth GradeFourth -:Miss Doris Law. on a charge that he assaulted a white in Luke Butler..
t' Swift Creek.. several years and, his departure I is .Tories and Miss Kli/.abeth "' C'I of H.
Baptist Sunday at and Third A-Miss Jessie woman Merchuntvillc, was captured S. Roebuck' win attending. to
'"$ :Mrs. Proctor and dughter.of Lake very much regretted.Mrs. Devotional exercised! anti short Thomas..Second. tonight after th,. torch had been business! matters Hampton/ :Mon

Butler visited. her daughter Mr! '. C. ---. dress Rev. B. D. Law. I set to the dry bushi-s In the swamp.

.5 I. Varnes. this week. Z. J. Roberts and Mrs. Wm.S. (Chorus "Happy Greetings"-By I'".,, pell. and Third B-Mrs.! J. C. The fugitive was literally/ smoked out day.Mrs.: Mattin Hugun is able to be up

.------ Yelvington. of Halting', pent the the ."hoo)11'/ ''. I). f'. Jones, piano j First ratlc---\li.'II: of the swamp again, after a few ,l IMY'' illness.!
Olive Ray.
TIME CHANGES: : OCTOBER 2fiTH. week-end with their parents. Judge accompanist Teacher of All other means of finding the no. H. K. Moorer win' a visitor, to
and :Mrs. Gel A. Gardiner. They returned Hymn. "(' ,,ne Thou Almighty King" E Pope. Agriculture-Prof. C. gro in the d..ep swamp having failed Hampton Saturday afternoon.

In the last! issue of the Telegraph! :Monday cccompanied by their School. the swamp was set afire. Oil was used :Mrs. R. M. llersoy and little daughter -

we !stated that the train schedule of grandmother !Mrs. H. Austin who Instrumental duet-Misses! Iris ,Ep; Teacher of Music-MM. A. E. Wall.If freely and! soon a heavy smudge Nettle, were visitors to the county .

the Seaboard would be changed the I will spend some time with them at person and Ethel Griffin./ necessary another teacher will be smoke was rolling over the! water and seat Friday. ,

first Sunday in October. The statement Hastings. They traveled in a Buick Short at.JrpsII--Hpv.. J. C. Diggn.Address. It dod in the primary department. bogs. Men were stationed at every R. Ilersey.! of Raiford spent a day

was correct at the time. Since I Six. "Our Course in Agricul I Starke is fortunate in again having I avenue by which the fugitive might or two here lust week on biiaine

then there has been another agreement ture"-Prof. C. E. Pope. I'rof. Dowling as principal of the B. I, "'.,('ap... Half choked by the smoke D. W. :Moore was a visitor to

among the railways whereby1'| -:11 the railways of the United States! Announcements-Prof. S. S. 1S./ and with his competent corps the negro crept to the swamp's edtre Hampton Friday' afternoon. He wma '' 4

the change of schedule was dpferre.t'' will turn their clocks back one hour. \ ,ing. principalThe DOWI-I, "f teachers the patrons feel sure that 'II Saul t wax it-eking to puss the arm. ii < ,ompumt-d. home by his wife and

to October 2fith-the last whi,,-h make" "pantcrn" time for Florida faculty for the coming I the present term of 1919-20 will bI iruardx when he wan discovered, ai"ii I ,i-hildrori. .when they spent this week-

October. time I as follow* Prof S S Dowling at 12:01: a. m. At that J

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.iIf..J.! . 1'AGE. TWO BRADFORD( c0uNTYTELER.tPIr.. ; STARKE.. .. _FLORIDA- .! ___, _,_ _ __ __ rUII\Y. OCTOBER 3. .

i fever5 at flve o'clock.. 'Wlicn' ' De Spafnreadied .

: i to rise. a 'furiid, rosfi'il; MI 1i7s i>li iiTiTt-r.1 the ('a lii I sasas barn McAlpln.the .

He looked. and, saw the. brown, :
f up burn' boss, was standing In i thedoorway.
'NA' (1I"f' and,I feebhsmile 'of Pcotl.I I.OKUIIwith "You'd! never be CUIfl'frolu

f I his neiirewt foot kh'ke,1IlInlllJ..k:: )'. I' Sleepy Cut In the Ruddle !I" exclaimed

The. hiK/ fellow. looked. up und around., / I ) :Me.VlpIn i ledulously." De"Hot
I Ulthci l to.hlll...'.. or In following OIL

-oiind .of. Iii,' lust l \111'.... his iclunco fell -- JRIGLEYS
:: .J'
on I I''.' :Spain. II. si...lIlInlll('(! for n

j313 MUSIC MOUNTAIN 'MI-i" '''us Instant liurnliiKe.M-s, ami

tin I, I n.'I l murk low on Ihe eh"f'k.'hll" ,'

I he t 'li I I"! comprehension IIIII ulit%% fling ."'I.

him' I .his' enoriiiinis hands, forsaking

BY (rank tl. Spearman I tin-) pile' (Ot chips'' with \\hlih both had/

I I Ii' II for. a moment busy, flattened i out c a package

Smiliv.T3VTM10WI I I'.ilms,I I m down I t on the fit rip I table. I.ofiintrloil '
Author of Iiisjerii\g .
I . .... *, I' I I I to t rise. Scott's t hand I r.I..dl"'II\ U before the
(- ** i AiJ I "' wa] wt4 war
j - ily on hi III. "\Miut's the row ?" deinanded -

-.: : I Iii. :.spiiTn.,. 11..1'.f/ lue take ,I Sanduxky In t the queer" roneof : ;,

4 CHAPTER VII. jou In where. .\011111')) ,going: / ?/" II den man I.OKIIII pointed! ut DCSpnln. I

.. Nun milled "il hi III. her cjes Hast I I "That :Mcdidne I Hend. dui,'I.vvants i I.

The Gambling Room. log/ I Oil''' ,uuli In'r (tlIrs. with. n. single, a 11(!(-lit." > package
wiiril "::0.. :"' :She "\\'Ithi I.ogun c a
si' .I mill. Unions : > II man ; not with aculi
They confronted, / i a'h otlnr i hlalikl.v.
i iiil| <-l IItl.Io'cJ. her mOJirrassment -
To Nan's ronfiislon/ 1\ us
< ) I thin MII| > rim lulu two) men stilt with 'Insult."Maybe I U during the war
nt? In t I' personal' *iippeirince. ; -
. lUSt* reaching tIn loft ot til' KtllllN.They : / I can do something for you" I.'I.'
c I Her hat ''. .is, \\1. ami the I limp I ) 'I.
xcpnruted. with iilacilty, ami gave !Interrupted "Santhim"ky.' His eyc' run
Ihoulders (if her khukl I Jacket und I the .
: l ] the her passage. ((111" of I lie men was i like I n Hash around the table./ He >>;iIiow \\
front of hoi siiit, blouse
hum! l.cfevcr. \1 lie,. despite, Ills. siZ... WHS lXtr&.imii'Iy 1...fever hud pie-empted t the bestplu
tvilllng;; / elTi-i t oi, I tin "tiiln. In one .
HerInI nimble III gelling/ O'f'! tit her < c In the room 1 lie looked up\ ami
Ih. "'utewel1'1/ ruling gIo\ t.s. package
?I I :. l I. ..111".1' troin. the cold) 1 ruin .or urgent/ way, nnil, iiulck In lifting' his Itllt'k ut t the man standlnK: now lit his c a I
hut... Sln> flllrtiii'i'ii, ilnwii I tie- tllKlitnt shoulder and iilniosi I l 1 between I.OKUIIand
nnd )her
::11"11'1,I' stress. fniili' burned
,' "slcps' leaving Iiefever looking lift ITIHT Ii unset f. It was the Indian. Siott.Similiisk.v \!t. 'U NOW
Cos which hud, s< i',meil I when h enn -
I In 1I..IIInl lsIutn I. Hiturned' J as \
: .11111.. .f il! hot. ftrIj 1 with some" resolve, \
.L >.. Siuilii : ":';(iW, who tindeuce vvus and nmiiiguj themselves every InMant. I'I
j .hiini.1' d to all e\presson| ) of (ell IIIIIY.hllII. \ ,
that ? thur thcr
I I vvus no hurrj vvlmt.ever I.
,' than
) for an
I I hi MIIS' more 7
: I I'ist' a int.I Then her. I lips I., tightened her i 1)i' Spain Ignored., hH| question by about llftlnir I hi" hand ; 1 but In' ; I
nuking I another : "Did 1 i(I find him ?"' could be fined dovvu
/ you not without II''
.\ iliupped'/ and she took n stt-p to
}...(,,v.'r sli...ik Ills lifinl. ''N.ol u truce, ; I'oh.lIt. resistance. and he concluded I I THE FLAUOR LASTS ;
I ,nn snie I to avoid I lie Spain. and entertin Day, Sir; Hot Ride.
"imbllnK: ( room\, llo slepiied' In I covered, Main street. I guess Hob that for this occasion Ids tongue vvnu ;,
VIA* right. Noboily home here, the lt't nodded he dismounted I
weapon. "If I riumi" he uddulstlfll.v. Spnln ( ufllnnntlvely as
She looked furious.
I I In.tit of her. up/ '
,.\\'hili t do you 111"1111'.h/ ,' exclaimed, (, Henry ?" I '. "I'm at your service." "Hot ride, sir ; a hot du.v:' i SO DOES THE PRICE( !II

wI lth t .Indlgniilloii., I ) "Let me puss." "Nobody, we wnnt." I >t' Spain, made no answer beyond, commented McAlpin, us he called II

The sound of her" voice restored his "Nothing going. mi ?" keeping his e.\es on HIIUlJII kY'8 eyes. | niiin. .to luke the horse unstrapped lo

., "elfttnsscssiou I I He fin,I h' no i move toE 1 "Not. u t thing.I IS youlll I \Milt hero' Tenlson overhenrlni/ g I he !lust words' 1 Spain's (out from the !middle and! followed I

get out of her vvny. Indeed,I lie rntlier t for Hull I'll run oxer to tho ofllce und awoke to the situation and rose from i the manager Into the olnce. ,

% pointedly contltitied to obstruct hir.t answer those telegrams." Ids CUSP. He I made his WilY t II roll/glI The honitas oppressive, und HeSpuln :I is

t "Yotj'vL miide u mistake 1 think" he Pe !Spuln!! started, for the Rtnlrn. the crowd" iiroutid. the utnnt.s und. : unbuckled\ his cartridge! belt I

en Id evenly. "Ueury," culled Lefever Its hIs t'omImtilon brusquely diredod' the ilenler to close slipped his revolver from the holster,

trotteil' hastily down "If )'uu' the game While Sundusky was cash mechanically stuck It inside III"1..11\ -
I-I "I have not. she replied/ with resent
ment. "Let m" pass." catch up to her, kindly apologize for u Ins! In Tenlson took Logan: 11 lfle. What I sers wulsthiind hung the heavy' belt'I

lit flit umn.:' 'JVnlson I'ulllI'U'I not audible, but I It up under lili coat. IIUt!. sitting down
"I think ou h.You dou't kiuwwhere
t > .!!
you lire IC"IIIII./ I.... persisted, his Hut lie !Spain was bulked of un opportunlty sutllced! to quiet the little fellow. Tin- called for the stage report, and, askedwhether
thing further to be the, I blacksmith.. I hud sobered I
eyes bent uncompromisingly on hers. to follow :Nun. la the strett only settled WHS us I new I

; She showid( I in. .reusing) 'Irritation, lit .he run Into Scott. "1 Iltl you get the to who should) leuve the room last. np.'hl'l,\ :Mi'Alpln had /given

l Ills attempt,/ to exculpute/ her. "I knowpclfeetly story?" 'ileiiiiiniled'' t-J'iilU.! since neither party' vvus wIlIitiK to i/1 him all minor I Information culled for

w.ll'h..r... I she 1'iirt of It'UM ." ,i I lirst. Tenlson" after u formal I i't'.u.1 I lie :Spain' walked with him out Into the I
am going,
( retorted with heut. "\\ it .SassoimV" I ference with I.efever und LOK'IIII. of. horn, to Inspect" the hilI's..". Passing'

r "Then .vou Li ro lw." he returned stemlly !. Scott hook Ills head. "L ba t Sundusky. fereil to take :Siindusky anti l I.o'aa) by the very lust of the box-stalls, themunuger

; I "Iliut j'ou've tio business to enter That mini :Sundu, ky."-I'.oh! u private stairway I to t tho billiard, I I I 'mom, saw in It n pony. lie stopped' '!

8ul"ll slut Ici,I u sickly ..1IJ1I.-I.I ...'sli't mist while I.efever took De Spain nnd $.''',t" This wiry I sleek-looking I roan contentedly
. I u place.
. Ills opposition, seemed, only to linger very often I lie I WHS bothered, II little I out t by way of tlu,' main I entrance. This IIIIIIK'hing I at the moment some!

, "..' F her. "I Know where. I have' business.I by his friends being all around )'011." was arranged und when the ml I I railt I I company Iiuv. was Nan :Morgan's./
I men reached,I the street rain I had censed 1 "What's that horse doing here?" de-
; I need no udinoiiltlons, from )ou us to The two regarded.! eneh other for n ,

whut t //,111, ("('" I "enter.un' are Impertinent I- moment In sllente. "\Vhiy." asked/ DoSpain i fullhiK.Scott. mantled, De Spuln coldly.lief .
" ,
Insulting. Let me pass' !" I boiling I I II I little I "si iouhil that warned rte i Spain to keep with.In ore answering, the burn boss

" Ills stubborn opposition showed not d-d hulking brute try to blow' lilY I doors, und De Spuln I promised to do eyed Pt 81'11111'r)' carefully to see! I

Mgns/ weakening, ( I.efore, her. resolve."One head off just now?" so. Hut when they left him he started how the wind wns' setting, for the

out nt once to see whether he could( pony's presence confessed an Infrac
I llt15t 11011. he said Ignoring her "Only for the Rood of the order
\ I not by Home happy chance, encounterNan. \lion of u very particular rule. "You I
3 ',. ungry words : "I 1111"u ever been In Ilenrj grinned; the scout.
,see," he began cocking at Ills strict 1ST
tI these rooms before, ? "Nice I Job Jeff has 1lek.tOllt, / for

.1 i-: I He I thought/ she I|iuailed I I the least. bit me," muttered I I.. $1111111 grimly "stand" ) boss from below his \lsorlcsa cap a

rlj'(ti 'before. his scare. .hlng/ look.. She even log ui In these Sleepy Cat barroom CHAPTER VIII. qUPKtI..nlnlI'ott'h:: eye, "I like to keep I

hesitated us to \\ hilt to say. Rut It her to ill 'ln>t ut. Is he the fellow John I on good terms with that Morgan gang.( I

"> ) ,. . fell culls the A of Some of them can lot't'ry ugly. That
i\, ) " momititurlly it wus only to butcher ? Cup Coffee. "

I i.l.I collect herself. "Yes." who answered" "That's what everybody calls him, ITo 'was will Jru:,. after u tong and,) !, little" pony I li Nan Morgan's. here" I
%'tiaL's her horse doing
I.J- ''n 1-1 (looking. up untllnchlngly.Her ' I KUU!;>I." bootless I't'nr.-JI. I to confess to himself. I :

.. I I resolute e>..s supported j i' 1 her II... i i'i The two rejoined, Lefever at the I that he would rat her ....u Nun; Morgan'for asked I >e Spifln..

Hunt word. Ii nil openly',' )I challenged I his I headt 1 the stairs und the three ills- one minute than all women else In I I Continued Next Week) I I

,r .' Interference, but I.... met her once more the, I
; cussed the ne\\u. Kvcn; Icfever ieeiiiedmore world for a lifetime.I The other1 I

,. L quietly. "1..111. sorry t to hear I It," lie I serious 1\ hilt he heard the re Jncldi-nti of i the evening I would! have I

'i rejoined. "Iltit 1 \ I thin won't make ,un.v port. S,."tt, when asked' hire IMIIIilusky gI tt'tl any ordlnarv, man ,'pc'Ullh food :

. I1lfT'rer"'I1.11 ""III1't0:0/: In tonight.: now was 1. nodded/ toward tho for reflection-Indeed they did, Jorce' GAIETY E I

"I 1 will go In.'' she cried. big loom In front of them. i i !><' Spuln to realize that his life would :

"1\:11" he returned' .slowly "'nll ure Lefcver looked toward the gambling: hung by II slender thread l while h..1 I THE: UNIVERSAL CAR

'l not going In-not, ut least, while I ai.i. table "\\'tii go( In und look ut bltll:/ remained 1 at Sleepy Cut and l continued I I
'f \ here. I He turned to Scott to finite his iiminirnt i- to 1,1'1111m rulers of the sluks. uixiv s i.irr." IN TK.U M.KSS;; The Ford Runabout is :a Runabout in

, They stood I 111111I"\ II IIt.. He tried to (Ill t the I'r'i'usa I. "'liii uk t,,"I.' .., hut: this danger which after ull was \\IMls 10( I s.vIM.N i: ; ; WHO I reality-a regular business

t reason her out of her determination) John., :' suggested( the luilliin. .If II portion of his responsibility' In freeing I HAD UUKCKKI: : HIS IIOMP\ ; messenger, solving
) !She r""III'I.v..r/ word! he olTrivil. the question (If economical and quick
, there's any trmible! In u crowd like his l stages from the depredations' transpor.

.i '8 "You lire most I Insolent." she escliilired."You that, Homebody, I that lias tio J Interest of the Calabasas' prang, failed I to make I .\ IIHlI.inlClrlllCgll'. :; Itetween Love tation. The Contractor, Iuildcr} Traveling

ore Interfering. I In something that In De =jspnin) or Saudusky H pretty' sure on him I the moving I Impression of one( I Hut) and Vengeance Keveulcd in Salesman Collector Solicitor all find the Ford
I U nt .. Kxploit: I of Corporal. I of Northwest ; ,
no concern .ur"11 IUIno to get hurt." moment of Nun Morgan's/ P)'''''. Therewas I

L right In this outrageousvay./ "1 don't nienn to start anything" explained In the whole, work1 nothing tie I ;Mounted Police Corporal Runabout the most convenient as well as the

: I If dou't stund.I aside) I'll I call 1 forhelp. most economical
c you I I I.i.fever. "I 1 only vvunt I>t> wanted to do so much as In some way I among motor cars. Durablein
;." i to plense her-jet It seemed' hit Ill Vitagraph. brings to the ncietn another -
Spain I to look at him.:' service, and useful\ day in the
. ia "Nun !" T>o Spuln)I spoi, ;,. in.r nnmr 1 luck to get continually I I deeper I litoher story written! by James OliverCm every year.
Hilt Moincllnics l things/ hturt themselves. 'wood 1 in "Uenuty Proof" the Harry \\ e: solicit order for more.Ve ask
I, ? suddenly and/ ",r"1I1"IIII'I-/I I I / .'. I Ills I words .I hll.I"I'III''S.I z I'\'I': ,',' day that he rude your one or
.p fell fast, .und he cht,ckiher' for un I.efcvcr found! tSuuilUHky at u .1 across the. open country, his " T More.v: picture! to )be shown ill your patronage in the repair ot'your car, assur-
. (urn tllIt'1) his side silt his partner, the (:Saiety Theatre on Tuesday, October -
I list li nt with I hli \ .11'10..11I.'p. metin turned to the fur 1111,1 to Musicmountain. \ ing
genuine Ford
v Parts skilled
range workmen
Loguu. Three other placers' together I 7th. It i is a ,swift moving' 1 10mnnce ,
L the gup It v\ctK) n;,;u. 1 sulil, t was with the onlookers uud thy, deulerwhose I I The rounded, distant: t, I Immutable with the true ring of the north reasonable prices.

/ peak-nmlestlc I us I the "sun. woods, and :Mr, :More.v. has a splendidlolc '
tumbled haIr fell
; telltne the exact truth. Pld I partly over
you .
,' visor cold( as the stars, shrouding I In I Its unknown I in a iinporal of t h. ;Northwest; 1 Ford
ilo It, tluit plotected" his eyes from the GarageA
fusinessj's the m.vstirles n of I tlnuges ,' ;Mounted Polici I. who stints out u wornan -
"I 1 dou't ure what you wild or what glare uf the oxerheml, llKht-mmle up I
liuUi and I literally butt -
i and I I the secrets of t 1I'I':"'- 'mount I I wuj
.}'oii did' -" tile 11.1'111'| The table stood next to to him IIIIIhl" mountain :11'1hOIll into thi, heart of a mv sternuis. girl of I Iniisj \V. & G. A.AndersonSTARKE
",\ i1l.." he 1.1 "ii.Iii that \\lti-re 'r. nlsiin. uhlte-fuced ttuImpiiKsiw I
lI"w'r "" sharply' ; I I I ,-tible beauty j
''I I Its solitude I t sheltered, und,I to whom hi,
.I tell you I the. truth ?" under the heat *nd bight, I'lu. roll. di-i imtnil-l (much ""f :?Mi Mm., I a I U U it FLA.
link. ,, ,
thoughts continunlly cume; /
I "1 don't know' or care-" helij the chair. jW I

: "' es. jou. ii... Know, Lefever took u hiuslIt oil at one i mlof 1 Within tWII'ks he hoi'/mm- eh'.1 U 11\\.. '1 Wn !lt
pel-ate.. I He I rode I the (mil I I from
{.J "\\hat "11 su> 01, do I -" the table. where he fiuvd. Sat nil u'.ky, gaji :t . .,
1 . !
Sleepy' Cut 1ICllln! : I nnd, iigaln for, miles, .
"I told .voti%l tin-, mull) thi'ii und, I am und De =Spain, just behind his shoulder '
mill's I in I the effort to unter r nitrouoics b
uml I en< ,
. \\11:, telling It now I "ill 'i, M-I,r see yOU hud, a "' 1I1D1'e to look the lw'I I'
her. He came to kllow.ry ridge -- .. .
I t 'enter . -
a gambling, / "iii n- long us Iw 'ii liii'Ii'ill'4 men closely over. SIt"liI'iskyI :? -
'. and, h..IIoou It, every I'll' 11111,1, .
L Iitt )/gu I a I Impressed I him as a powerfulman I I It Helps
.stone between the lava beds and theHut
It h.I. beyond .an ample Htomath.tarried '
rh or. And In spite of the ''ounheU
I his wtlcht without I I ...hllluIII.( I .
( There be no doubt ..
of his, associates I. who wurnej him
Da Spain 1 creJlti'd! readily the extrnnrdlnnry I I as to the merit of Cardui, I
to !,,'wllr.. of traps, he spent under : I I the woman's. tonic, in

stories. h,' had,! heard. of one pretext' or IIn..lh'r. much of thetime the treatment ct, _many. 1

Snndusk's dexterity. with a revolveror either I on the Mages to and.) from peculiar 10;

I it rIfle That he should so lutnlylime toward! Morgiin's + women. The thousandsf i"ill
close Cnlubiisiis or In tin1 saddle< of women who have been ">" !great illaumti." (.ilhl, ph> -I' ILl l p" '01 11111'' "niiK expose hit i.naracteii
missed! n slim at so range
;. gap I looking I fur Nan. helped! by Cardul in the er1and 1 thc \nili'' staitflic't't! i\ii' I . I I.. ',i\ h, ,I.. ."1'1'bUI ,is nn'
wiipartly explaliied! now that De Killing time In this way. after u past 40 years, is conclu- i deiraiul, lieaiitifulnuvv: ......n'-. with, t .I''.i i of tin. I.ivfirst und 1T1.- nnn,

Spain I perceiM-d Sandifky's Kinull.I I fruitless. ride. his persistence l nas one sive proof that it is a I the it.ims and vujngeurs on snow- hi i n' fin. I the. muiiler.,

: hard! ITIIWII' e.\es XMTO Homewhat, Ill)' day most unexpectedly b rewarded, He Food: medicine for women I st i'-' lend tine\ atmosphere.Overpowered :Sti; t'i". then !lecogni.eli i-ir., as

naniiiilly' brlcht und t thnt hlsi brousknit had ridden throuuli' : a hot sun" from who Euficr. It should I and Placed in Collin/ I the man who had biokcn up h.- IvineKick

every little while In his! effort to Sleepy' Cat to ('lIluhl\"" when' lit had I help you too. I t 'piiiul, Sti'i'le, ,1 ;-';1I.thw..t11I1I1It., : in the States, the veri, in he
"II I I,.11 himself.( Situ.'Iu'iky'a brown shirt ikfcuolntment to mee.L cotltind. I.e- ,.il I I'oliceman! i is called Honuty Proof hail! been searching for to kill Hi .u.-

; 1 spi .iued| open lit the collar nut! I DeSi'.Jit as : TakeCARDUI i b. .1'1'i' ( of his incliiFcrence for women. <',ii,.,'. the girl now of hav imi >i u uti'd

ii remembered ugiiln the! flit shy Hi i 1- sent to a prison camp to bring linn of his levenire.

-W uiilsiioiit j I fastened. at t the last button- SYNOPSIS.CHAPTICH ,it,1. ,i prisoner named Thorpe, and Warns ;Mnn He \\ III Kill Him\

Ii..'I" h.n. '.111-/l11l./ .s' vvhiii "'i.iting he is dccojcd to the c''r'nr II."I. !!!' shows .signs of life ai' I ->ti eli
I-On lYoruler day nt 8leep, :, by It mysUrious girl of gnathi carries him on his> back to. II li"-pital
At I :-; "* "side sat his In
Cat. Henry te Hpnln. gunman and train .1 ,it.\[ He is overpowered, unrl ('UI'd -- Steele visits Hodge in thi,. I- -lital) j jtIt'Ii
,ill I important lIIuh'rlllklll"IIl1l' <'h matter at MetllcliiA Ifeml. t la t I."tten at ,"IIill.'h..r) ,
i i to a he is placed l in a \ he bn'i-mi'S s 11''III'r.) : :" | tin'rs >
bv Nun M..r. if Muild
ahoollr" "
Htimllcr I I I sparer limn ulth ii ;.:resslVL1boulders In red . I n big between .. .
I thi
Mountain .tolTrlra illvlsloll muperintefl-i i i )till I hoped bnnnd l ca i'rit't to the scene 'v men
,I nnd rest liss e)..... 1.11/:1111/ ilollt. ubkH Pn Spain' la t.iku ). UKt!.. ")f the "lilt; uf n man named 1 Hod;:iwho, was Steele tells I Hodge he is iniinc n 1 t t., kill
uiis the lookout, of. the pulr anti his Thief lUvar "tune line. but h,' ieu.eCIIAITKR .. Tha Woman's Tonic Tin i po/s/ III II'I1d"I \-jc't llfl. To the of- him' \ when he gets well. but\ hi wi'l'! !

i .\IIIK !Klain.e liu'liied on [).. Spain h..- : II -nn Spain eeH Nan, .!iunc tii I. i i "mes, the girl to see Hodge. Itlhim a man's chance

fll"" .. I tin' hitter hud Inspected him Inn with tale. :Moruan.. I" Inter. ..UMfl.piypomfil : W"1 I 11,. his, box Steole beam the K'rl's' Thorpe and his sister. urn .u 'u utiil
o< t tu N in nn the viret-t t \ more than u moment' He loHt 110 timein .n.1 1 la m..J t" change hI. mindnd ..,. -: 'I v. told. for his benefit She accusII and! the inflamed spectators pl.! ,11 t
Mixson Term. writes
beiclnnlntc on tI it. Spuln, with nn Insolent cupt Ito Itl.."* line Job "I. was, throughthe : 'i Ice' of attacking hei, r"mind bnch Hodge., Once more !Sttclmvi: \ -

./ question. us to. what he wulookiiiK (CIIAPTI! III-t Spain and I...fe\r . passing My brick and ''i 'IM tnat her brother tried to kill. him his life, hut for himself Thegiilunl
lisle to i alahiinan I Inn arm tt'ore meet 1 of this her brother are starting bai'k' '." tl ,
c ;/ \ I at De !-II'''I 11. his eye hunt I .4 sides were terrible, and 'MI 'I attack upon her and
rial. :Morgan. with l heat Han t INky anJHnttsonn. States when Steele nnd.' Hoiitre, ir..
"t / him. answered with the L: my suiiennu: indescriba fUn bt'ronunis" him thAt he has pro-
'iIiIy on u tone iciinnK'n, nn I retn t I in or ._ about
"Ither of iipoloo pronounced, offense !MorKunliiii. Mortar' ileiiianJg the dlirhaiic 1 ble. I can't tell just how -. I t.. free hi'r brother if Ihe! willI' to fight it out. Hodge "\ "-1'
nor' '
or Htaice .Irl\ ,'f and I Its Spain r. Miele takes the hoand girl. ur > havi
a anJ where. I hint r.bcut hiars nil of. this hi
I I "Antvver Me" He Said Shin, ply "Did : "I fl Ill 'looking I at you.,,:' fuM.*... I'.. Hpam n...11, Nun I tut fail to all over. I think . I Ibefnn JC"I at surprise.II to stopped to rest at a cnhin II.h."."t-

f j I Tell You the Truth :" I.efexer blti'hed nt his trousers cheerily Overcome lair averhon to him. : C.'ri'u! ::, end may p II i.. iliri. 'the bt,,-', ties \un the girl and and stopping uwny from De Spain I elt" I'TF.H IV- sn-.i>.nn kitf.t .Enpaafl.. ; panijirow:: ; ti and less, : I rut'to attack the girl again with her us his prize. So''t "i
I im pi.'Vent" )! H. ( ill t..i' I. If the itttie tlru. rin.I ra< iipri i Mi *tt2. .u I -Inhoots with, u pistol Steele. and
lp I' you took II position just behind the dealer I gap th* ,tn nnli.'l.l' or. in,,. Mi.runim) DiSPaIfl. l until. I u .ismod; I awremark. .nliHsKil I anil the girl! tells him this follows.
h 1 like. "\Vtiiit lire you looking. at nu- r..rr' Ifii"r un.l, 8. olt I ijo In armor him.... )!)' strong for a \vdsh,, him brought here A thrilling pursuit! ..n She looked, nt him with uiniieinent.She and 1''e Mpuln brine out aamion. al"nrttAPTKn Ct of age.f to ends l
:. demanded! I.OKUII 11I "It'nl'r I II 1'wounan yearS ito n the truth. She did not to' with the fight to death betwi r N,
SCIMMI',d I Ill". 'lIt to spi>ak -to make! I De :Spnln raised his voice to inatrhi : V-He mt Nun who le- 1 do all my housework. I mean Mecle and Ilo
t.' uni'ther, i pioti-Kt.'i Insti.:i M.ii.| sii, turnedsinldenlv i''''nclly I th. 1 lone of the I Inquiry. "Sn lay.Alurl("him", '. but until UnJ inirl his>- overtoken,iaptn In Jail by the I Try Cardui, today. I .; The Quinine That Doci Net Allci. The Head many cowardly trick", but eventually -

'"lI"" hesliutcil I I ngain) putIn I'll know. jou next lime"Lotrun ite.-iuii. of I Ira fonlp anil Intive| the two men clash! in physical
I rffii-t tAlC \
c I .Mi. I luitiils' in h<.r .line. burst Into pushed h.k. hichnlr.I A.. h<> CltAITFn VI the Bniinoon Mnrirnn or.In ak a Jail WOOD D.. +' 1 I n\fc 11ROMO gtl.MNE,J trab b.-arhi
tuna" :iil'il' JmrHeJ: to\vard' hID stulrs.iAl . ...' Ppuln the window.ineati . H.I by ....wtthutcutn. ,| or rlnuln see the ending of this romance at the
tllr.) his logs frvm, under: tie tnJttl and l I. .hot at thrnufh In Hi-lir Eo" (;;(u\ to S; ,i liinaiureiJab. \ jix
Nan again October 7th.



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q---._-- -- - -- --- Friday morning at Kings road and't H- .. ,.......-.:.-...-... .. : '

Johnson street, Jacksonville. The I
negro -
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs evidently emptied his. gun 'at the'II'I ..

,inn .............."..-.....................---.-..............--. officer three of the shots taking, effect I I
; one in his left hip, another in I II The who has found the secret
I Ii his right shoulder and the third in the woman
Live State NewsLtna.uemmnnn..nmu.1)w.memuwara.nn.w.r.n.n.m.m.n.a
abdomen From what
could be learned -
of the air a i r Tuiknott, was shot at of Youth has found the secret of Beauty f ,
i lose' range, by a negro wh..m lie had

Told by Our Exchange commanded to get out of an automobile -
,,1 I : which had passed three ollicers, The woman who has found the secret will of{ age, but nothing accentuates: it half so
who had just> made an arrest of an- much ill-corseted figure.
\ I tell you this-"Your figure tells your age". as an
other negro' on the charge: of breaking
Oc, ila shipping hogs in cm'load result of orders received by Federal into a store 'ill that section of the city. Various thing contribute to the appearance Stand before the mirror in anyone of the manyGOSSAEO

11'1"' the packers in Jacksonville l istiit> Attorney II. S. Phillips from :
Washington Guards will be maintami I Bringing: t\velve men snatched from
alas,, hundred. foot of frontage on i il I on the tiaiiis until the' strike situation the jaws of death after intolerable COHS1ETS

( ,'lIlr.d avenue, in St. Petersburg, in the mining!' legion: is less hardships! the twllllbhin,. smack Ida, I Iopeiafed ; .I
wa '111 a few days ago for $::00! per "'n:0:: freight! tiainhad operated I by a Tampa comein ic.uhod The Original-Unequalled Front Lacing! Corsets i
front foot into the zone for more than a week Tiimpu Wednesday) Klevc-n:! men were I II '
following' \refusal 1 of train to from the wrecked j i
news steamer lhiyrnntoand of and
I | feeling rt-traint-ynu gracefully
skillfully designed i >r your require
'I'a jlllC ditcher is making fast progI man then because of hung into tho had been adrift in an open boat
-- >. digging the drain and throvvi tl'uin. with high powered rifles by for six .days. The twelfth was a Porto ments. See how easily your figure is moulded sit gracefully. '

; .1'| the grade: for the road, from I strikers or their sympathizers. I Rican negro who, with an Italian, to !ideal proportions : Hips and thighs reduce The expert :advice of our highly trained coretieres ;i

n :Mi.." "t Haven to the Lee county line I I1. | had been washed overboard from the as if by magic> : the back and front lines are assures you the Gossard best suited I
it .f the cross-state road, between ;Mmire Haven has a little heroine steamship Lake Wmona while trying
[ You aOossard for
pin lines of needs.
youth body to buy a
can *
the flat.straightcr: ; your your
I equal to in the of little to launch lifeboat. Cubello
\V.,. "'aim Beach and FUl'tIy'r": I any person a claimsto
II I tt':1-: 'ear-ol.t Ruth Ilickok On Wednesday have boon adrift .sixteen days, but I is correctly noised and you move without any little .2.75upto anypriceyou desiretopay.STUMP'S f !

Charles K. Sullivan, svlf- ) of last week her little !brother is believed to have lost track of t,

'Hill, d'reT, burglar'egg, and ser-I, Glenn was crossing, the ,ditch I being His (companion the Italian .. til11e'l \
mm. wanted in :New: York for a dug for the new load. across from sane and. cut his throat.
,ii- ..f crimes, attempted suicide in her home Hu evidently lost" his balnnce -
the "ty jail at :Miami Thursday, by and fell from the hoard used, to W II. Brown of the Biundon section STARKE FLA.The .
tying a bandana handkerchief around, walk on. He was noticed by :Mr.Uagnei languishes in jail and, a tine still i ,
his neck and fastening it to one of as he went under, for the last -the best that has! been confiscated)
i time. He called. for and little here Leaderin Dry Goods Notions and Ladies Ready-to- Urea'
th 'ir ,n bars of the cell. help in some time-reposes in the office ,
Ruth being the only one' home ran out of the llillsboiough county. sheriff

1 FI.ulI'i" Winthrop and ;Miles Johnson jumped into the ditch and by diving as the result of a little spin into the I t
have received a large shipment of beneath the surface found her brother country by the sheriff and his .1t>IHI- h. : ,

cattle which they will\ place| upon and brought. him up where he w;;is le- ties. The still is the ,genuine copper t3 If fa I I.
then stock farms in Leon county. The vi\"l'd. vllrit'ty. and, as the boiler" is a twenty- 0.& .r' .. ft

shipment consists. of three carloads, gallon affair the booze factory was
ninety head of fine Ileiefoid" and) Ked .\ n important feature in connection given an output eif eight: to ten ,gallons r
Poll\ attle which were purchased in with the recent appointment of S .J.Catts of mountain dew per diem. The .
Texas, Jr, son of the governor of officers! located) it in a bay head. Neatly \
I Floridll. to be adjutant ,general: ilevelopeel mounted on well constructed charcoal ,

Hoc 'mini; engaged,: in a lively tilt Washington when upon inquiry furnace and surrounded) ) by barrels iI1.It311'1E5t l
Monday night (1 W. \\imhley and at the war department it was containing several bundled;) gallons
Adolh Richard), of Gainesville, were leal'ned that there aie no units of the of mash, the ,still was the most b;
both severely carved! with knives. Florida :National: Guard now recognized pretentious ever raided by the shentfAH .
bv the war department In other.
Thev were taken to a physician's office -
.. where first aid attention was given words that Gen. Catts is adjutant \ alone, and carrying his own :

and where it was found that neithoi general drawing a comfortuhle salary commitment, Henry Russell a negio, l chat lips. 1'-1 iw..,. heir "oquN l Seer r- 1d..r A-to. ldanJ) rl&onl Iwo. Mai" riffuM l.Ioctl Iwo,. '1
of his father with I
had suffered very serious mjlll'ieO.j by appointment who was recently sentenced) to serve f'mU &.d,. SSoi oa..dW ran 11..1'\1 BAs Bo.v .1s B_ A_ tvrMiJ sacs BluHWauud"
nothing whatever to do This is an five years in the state penitentiary ._ ...... '
unusual situation and has caused! consuleinble .
i >II' of the handsomest) if not the interest to be manifested, following conviction on the charge of I
Killing a member of his
hand' most of advertising mat- own lace several -
pime the mini inistration of
regarding : stateaffairs
tei, \er ,issued in behalf of Florida months ago went to the prison I..tW'l'El'I
in Florida. farm at Raiford yesterday to begin I they an invited to stay until suttnhlermploymra therefore'! asks, for contributions which '
1 lor...). booklet
01 a enterprise is a
"serving his sentence. I mil be ,-('uI'.I. Hut while' will, bo aeknovvlc'dgc'd' and much r
MiorifT I howling appniiatid.
i".I i J) bv the Walkill Stock Farms I 1:1't.: t.l.--Mrs.! A. M 1. luaus
I Culled up in a corner of a loom the of lluval (county Russell his i' : fainting and'I'V'k\ i-- !going on \ ./. We hope/ tills loiiuist will
and II'-pit ml id! eiodit to that piopi' bodv, of David' Gibbons;, aged S";>, was I (commitment to the penitentiary gave and ...hol i h visiting) relatives; in Slaiki- iln plav i i. not -,1-lf. -iistiiiniiig, and inn be. made in vain.Add .

t i rated' on the south edge of found Tuesday morning!' in tlje) ashes the ne Gee i i f ( ove Springs,: and! stittchingi -and debiu of the building in Tampa I It..t. "Don't ho afiaul., shi'iilT," .'Inmi-s Cray, of Kunnell \\11a l Itll- also cost money The management' Stilt,. Bank. llampton PlaEncouraging .
-i : ) >r many miles. whore file drove numerous occupants! I said Russell "I 1 111m going light to mess visitor, 'to I awtey the ln-t pun I .r
to the ,streets and did se'veial thousiinil of theweek.
I Kaifnid: niyl I will "
,, serve time. I
I I' wh" think they know some- d'lllius worth of damage Whiles I A (long distance cull from the state A. II. Hurley returned homo Rain, nbusntess i iI
thI", ,.f the' l.verirlades; will be
surI the fire was in progress otherruuut- i fat' sit to the' sheriff's office\ later in the' I trip down the flail l ( '".i I m,
j I" I If.. li'.11'n that most of the 20.000: ) tis told l l fm'nu'n that the old\ man was day -Inti'il,I that Flu-sell,. hud lived I Friday. ,
still.! the of Florida I
state are in '
but believed
in danirc-i. at that time itui- I
at the farm. > .
.1. M HlfiMclmrd 1 > l bu-n, ,
t "ii .tin! ?. thickets of the IlverI : he had been carried down one was' a i <
' I 'I'h I that the \\Z\ I visitor I to ksonvillo IhuiiliMisses \
"opinion was! of the ludders., however in this the '
' preferred( (Canadian l firemen had mistaken another 'in Big game i plentiful I I in Lake 0111It iidrulge: Koddlsh. stud J I... >t1 trw
l I m fastnesses' along the Wekivn river, I I I utc-h loft Sunday for ;Madisonvlu. i I',.
for the of the
Gibbons. From position
anti hunter who are making predictions ;they I will attend) school for t the I m\i I II f
l body it was evident that he had struggled fur the '
i 1,1,1 was broken for the bridget I ,: tn reach a window !but was over- that wild opening game season say I fete months.
t ?i n st .Johns I.h..llt Jaek-on- ennii. by' the dense smoke and was suf- turkey, and deer will afford I :Miss Hii/a Itluncbard l left) fm vill . -'inlay 'Iho first shovelful! 1! foe ate.elI after great sport fur those who like t fo go \ n few (|>i\s ago to aciept' a |p"-I. i
turned I big game Lust week a pnityof I Inn' as hookH'"I'Irl. ,
nf .1. \- a- by City ('om mill. I W- BolshevismEverything
Lc'esburgeis' I tracked, down a wln'Ic'colony :\ T W
Acosta where the Overstieot and i'h"oIl"'I1.
-one r
approach ,
toI I 'Ion.laIIfl..I'1I0..11 11'''. f'dmon,1F"I1I.11 I II of bears, ten of thorn. Twowe're I .
the hrdge will meet the! tttieetviaduct I ,. and little son were. killed by hit of Jarksonvillo, were guilts: .' Ii..t' w el." a
I at one !shot As they woregnmg IIf( tinhome' of 1'ev and' 1111.V I, I
;Missouri IJri"teIn.1 lion
lightning in thePine (;rove settlenic'ntin .. : through: the sash after the! ...th1"1' h'I'I."It"'I"
( un 1J']'.."v aliend has n number of I Suwannee county and her husband, a an old J patriarch blocked' the '
1)i I .Ihp Joh. and) little daughter! were shocked) into I and was about to put up a fight way to I' W i':. Davis, of SGirk,, wit /11 'bu""in. i- that falsely en-
umi.MM lousness by the same holt It protect a cub when a hot brought .'"" visitor: to I Law'toy 'I Inn'sd.ij; ,

Crawfish have been running in large appears' that the family were picking down the big one, which ran 100) yards ., ;Mrs ,1.Z. \ilkins, of Stark" wasvisiting courages unrest also encourages y
rimin'itii's) 'last week at Palm Beach cotton when a ram began and to secure before she fell The cul was killed, "relatives in Lavvtc'V I'ltday '
thai at any other time of which the shelter they took refuge under a Earlier) in the week a paity killed, an Robert: Me Le-od), of Jacksonville, is, bolshevism. j{
habit"r"s nf the fish doiks have lecolleet tree around which they were !standing old \bear and cub Two hunters killed visiting lolativos in Lawti'y this week
.ID, One man with a cast net (jot when the bolt struck the tiee ;Mr. I two wild cats, weighing twenty-three I II. Davis was a business visitor to Misunderstanding of American -
a total of fro" pounds, when in other Faincll regained( consciousness in a and eighteen pounds along the Okla- ksonville Thursday 'I
seasons' a total of :200! pounds! for everybody few minutes when he discovered that vvaha river and! a sixteen foot alligator :,Iis. Wimherly. of Highland, was u industrial organization and j

along the coast was a large: the clothing of his wife was burning. wall killed by Kustix hunters. in i I visitor to Lawtoy Friday.) of its benefits to mankind; leadsto S
quant tyI'rank. lie put the flames out and,) discoveredthat I De-ad River this week. It had been |, W II Hurt was a business visitor, r
his wife and little son were dead. living in luxury on pork and,) the men to Starke Friday.) unrest, dissatisfaction and w

J. Black a leading merchantof He took his ,daughter to the house and laid for his alligatorship! with the result I :Mrs. Charles Dmkins. :Mrs I''. I n. '; radicalism.For ab
;Miami was shot and probably fatally called\ for assistance which was rendered mentioned ) .
I Sayles, ;Mr. and 1 :Mrs. J. J. :McLood', I IH.
wounded at his place of business as soon as the distance permitted I
K. Thl")"'. W II. Edwards: A. M.
:Monday) night by William Gautier, a Fuel! oil valued; ;at several thousand Klaiichard. W. F. Godwin and, Louis. | example, the Federal car

prominent business man and! apartment dollars was soaked up by Florida) sand H. Hill attended<< I the funeral of :Miss 1 Trade Commission '
house builder. Gautier the multimillionaire tells the
Last month Harry Kelsey Saturday night near Bradley Junction Annie WuU Sunday.) pub-
arrested. Rave family troubles as! the restaurant king of New when lic .I
someone presumably a sympathizer that the large packers had an '
rend >- fir, the shooting. the of
England, completed purchase of
the striking i-I\JUlI'I': : :
".'v'ral.tra. ts near West Palm Beach': ers. opened the net pork phosphate in> eight wOl'k-// I i; agreed price for lard substitute "
A vrnooi or fish tnree-quarters of a and, Palm Beach aggregating,: IIMJ.UUII cars that were 'lltandinjn';; .a. ; ; : -- -- --
siding. F.laibe-e.: Oct. :M. :Mr. and, Mrs (made of
L cotton-seed
mile }lone was, seen alone the shore. in acres. !For this land he paid the modest The cars were destined for -- oil.) iJ
dollars. He has phosphate Hams were visitors to 'lIlfol'oI I Friday -
front of Indian Rocks beach, near sum of two million mines. A peculiar feature of the af- 1
Clearwater Wednesday afternoon. A proceeded! with plans for developing fair is that a tank car filled, with kerosene afternoon. It reproduces letters taken from
I Church
i services well attend
fishing crew put out to intercept them this property by developing farm'f.ranch" destined) for Ocala which |Ird were :t e
but there was such a Ilea running, townsites, hotels, golf links, standing with the oil was Sunday IJev Thornton conducting the files of one of the packers
cars, not
with a terrific undertow, that it was orange and grapefruit groves and) other I I molested. was the 5rrviee. f p
Reports of numerous easesof I Aids Smith and :Bases 1 Gertrude: showing that such agreed price '
impossible, ) to handle a ,seine, and the attractions This property extendsseventeen houses being ,;
fired into at nightwere
and Hessio Bryant attended' the ball
and twelve) '
mulli miles
escaped one
way existed.
verified by Sheriff! .1. :M 1. Lang- IS
game at the State !Farm Kumlay nf- I]I
miles the other and its development
ford of Polk '
I county.11': Langfordstated l
I ternoon.lrs..InO
Hi'put.She. 'rifT Hanks! of Tallahassee means much to that section of the I
that )in most cases the houses' But it failed to
arrested,) five Georgia men. here I Fast: fast.Florida I fired. into were vacant cottages on for ;% (rills;, of .Stillkewas. visiting ,, mention that ,

recently for having in their possession! mine promises1 Several shots wore '. fin-lids/ rind nlativox here Sunday the agreed price was deter- I
a pint of whiskey and confiscated the II families are being paid $9- fired into the home of the assistant .
ear an $1KO() (Chalmers Three of theml'n !M7.H': : (| m war risk insurance claims I general manager at Brewster onebullet mined at the request of and in
paid heavy fine and returned by Uncle. Sam lie is making restitution i I Habitual Constipation CuredIn
a I piercing the wall of u sleeping with
14 to 21 co-operation the Food
I Day
and husbands
those whose
homo The others gave bond for the I to sons porch within a few inches of two
appearance of themselves' and the car died) in the service of their country I i sleeping children In some cases, as "LAX-Ff WITH PEPSIN" Is n s|>...-ially. Administration !
j I
when "iie-dod for trial. during thegreatest war of all tim.jThen. prlpart'1Syrup\ Tonic-Laxntive for Habitual
many as forty shots have been find
are 1.1:17: insura/iee claims( being i Constipation! It relieves promptly but I
Someone entered the barn of fj, B.Massey's paid in Florida through the bui i at homes I should! be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day.j Even the Department of Justice w''

: farm near Dnde City, and eau of war risk. insurance to benene 'nir': TfllTlUST'SIISTKE) : : to ,'regular action. It Stimulate' in its unjust
1 Keguliites Very Pleasant to Tuka. 60c attempt to
knocked down a package of Paris e';i ;'" named at the time applicationfor I

green Hogs followed and scatteredthe insurance was made by soldnis, The other day a southbound p.issen' tier bottle create prejudice against the
poison over the floor. Then a sailors and marines!!, now dead The I train \ here ------ --- -
gel was delayed
on accountof
bunch of heifers followed the hogs average policy carried bj these" 1.1:11 I 1 : hot h"'Ie".hill' waiting, a near \ \\OKIIIY <'II.\ lfinV packers, has made public these h

and ate the poison All resulting in men was JH.7JO. ""J'htrlintrlll'"tuill: \ looking tourist . same letters with no explanation.
his If .1I1J!' nine fine two year old Jersey from Boston stepped out of the Pullman \ i ;riavi, lec-eived a little pamphlet I i.,
,' heifers. In Jacksonville. some time ago the I to look around! lie spied) the dose'riptive,, of Hope Hall and its actlvUIOH .
girl( employes of the telephone company \ the Truby & Thomas. i, (Hope Hall is located in this I How long must this kind of i

Judge J E. F Wilson, of the St. Petersburg went on strike, which possibly strawberry refrigerators are kept, county, near Hampton and ha boon misrepresentation continue
? In
bar had pompano for breakfast they had the right to do But Insteadof lookat\ the big boxes attentively, established us a haven for those unfortunates -
today the I fish having been secured hunting for other jobs! they picketed then a kela\ colored man what the' who have served a term at so far as it is believed, it not a
in rather unusual manner. He was the telephone exchange\ and tried letters. on the boxes were. I Itaiforif It is a hard matter for former -
on his way to Bradentown to try a to keep other girls from taking their "T, an' T.." was the reply. I prisoners to face the world only breeds discontent but results -
suit and was in the launch owned and placed, which they had no right t.. do "TNT Indeed! Did you ship much and! the lark of sympathy bus ,IIlCain// in injustice to

operated by rapt John Beard. The Days passed, and the strikers were I i of it during! the war ?" ..many' back. to crime,' At.. HopiMall. I our industry.
pompano jumped into the boat and not reinstated' ; meanwhile they constantly "Thousands of 'em," replied, the --- --- - -
landed right in Judge Wilson's lap. abused the strikebreakers! as 1 du rky. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
i He grabbed the fish and brought it they wont to nr left work. The other "Ah, indeed It is packed in those i
) back home with him and now his. veracity day. the strikebreakers tired of being metal boxes I presume ?"

is, being questioned each time called out of their names, sailed 1 The negro who thought he referredtn Name Bayer" i is on Genuine, FLORIDA STATE FAIR
h(' tell the fish story I into then persecutors! and there wasn ...trawbpI'rleMlail\: "No. ash ; we I JACKSONVILLE
I tight in which, scratches, slaps and) I 'em A.piran- .. ..
.nuts below then nuts le\ pans 1)11trp. Bayer Note b 22 ,., "
That the people of Tampa who enter httirpullmg- were prevalent full of ice_ the council chamber' may know cool you know." !
"what an ass we has.." fm. a governor" Wielding. an ace which he could "Oh, yes, ce-rtamly I" it a prutH a. .Q I
a.. Councilman Etzler put it. the l letter hardly lift, little Emmett ;Motion, four able business" pursued) the tourist J
written the council and read! at the years old, killed a deadly rattlesnakein "Well, !some makes heaps of money,
r last meeting was hung on the wall the yard of his home afternoon at the Francis The- out.n them but some gits busted "I'hll'her'n rr t) Id Swift & Company, U. S. A.
of the council chamber by' City Clerk settlement Sunday a kite." !
'\'. A. Johnson The letter has been little boy and a baby brother of two The tourist returned to hut Pullman
nicely framed at a cost of ahout :il.,50 I years. of age were at play in the yard! produced\ \ a note book and\ wrote : e
and will doubtless remain in the archives when they saw the snake\ The olderof "Starke. Fla, is noted fnr its man T- I
of the building many year". : the two icurned for the axe: and I ufa,'ture of that terrible explosivi: I el,.+ f .tl rats scows
I the midst, of destruction of thereptile WSAT arcosCs 0/
The letter 11 one In which Catts, tells was in TNT. Many are killed in producingit
rushed! Ini.t on Payer Tihlet l of + TSt AVfRAGtRFCIVEO DOl1Aqo
when his mother Aspnn"In '
the council and city officials to "go! and the many rums of buildingsseen .
a "D" fr aY tn111L.rlI
straight to" if they don't like what I him. He did not exhibit the least be- I in the town bear witness to the .1."t.on4| / for park CoMrf IK*,, containing Pain ; proper Gt9Ll37 SWIFT & COMPANY

he had! to say in a speech at Pensacola fear and said afraid he didn't) the run snake. away would! dangerous\ nature of its manufacture, Nreiraljitt, Lumbago! amt Kh 1I.J..b./' / II IaO.I t5[ 5511 CC yir ,
Labor dayArmed lau-e he was But those not blown up are .said to dome "ISifft" means lIi"n'Jln..pir.n' 85 )ffi 1CL.If / oee 1"11
hate: his little brother reap rich profits" pr."t.1| by phY"'ltn.' for ninrtccn d l/V/ ( iaMAt,' .
deputy United States marshals And) thus we received credit for an UnJtin bot.s of 12 tabletseoee I Zv (./( ( i
were sent out on all freight :M"inte-l P<.li" eman CharltF. industry w" know nothing/ about few e nU. Aspirin. trade, mark 0 1.e. 1(.,, grbaa t? 1
traIns entering: the phosphate mining Tirl"--.*' '.vi _hit and r prohabh fa-j while our ,'htef product' was not men of Bayer Manufacture' of "<)Do.a<:etfto, I O ti't1 SWtn6ro4sltMr WIT.
regions of Polk county Thursday as a all;. w. u 'h'oj i ',:; IT nknown 'i" 'umed i acid- ..t>er of BalicyhcaclJ- .- 1 a nom )


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:" Bradford'i -County T Telegraph W.\'IiTI-U-\:' ; .\lml I WRITER OF GOOD STORIES United States "fires .

The who i i.s able and \vilr .
I I I", .". I ----- ( i Something of the Career of Frank H.
I Publishedcibly, and i-ntered as ,ser ling to r> loud is nn important factor i Spearman, Author of "Nan of

+ tiff{ class matter lit the piml-olfire lit ill the upbuilding' of the I Music Mountain." arc Good Tires spu8e

i I. Murk'Horidn.. duality In Florida f we have or I ,

& n have. had! many such leaders! who I Trunk lliiiiilltnu :Spi-arman; IJIIHvrlt- 1 c" ti

'. F. .VATTIIKW.S: ( : Ixlitor and Owner. I, through example or suggestion, I, ten Letter mm-U-s riillrouUltiff| In
I'' I the iiiiiiintiiiii sniti, of the West lliuni
I' I J. C. KOKINSOV) Associate Ixlitor.Thi 1: cn-atc'd flourishing towns nnd j
t ,i iitiynmelse" tic might' be culled, 1 the.
1 ,. t : ii'dti'-tries' out' of howling wilder- Inurcnu-' plom-t-r' iiillrnailliiK< In II),..

-- ne'a,' ( in1 apparently hopeless Itocklos mid :-J""rll; .

I. l.1919_ OC TOBE-R._ .. 1919L Milan"! *. Disston in drainingI | sIr :5purunul;| Millrnnilcil:. for u long

(,noon' i ..,>...j.i ../" .. . II/II I. ... ; ui" I --wimps and\ lakes for Hgrieulture. tlaiu before t'ir hi-'a J flung.di-i 'nli-<| lie I.'. hate knowN up tin-fnitliorluic ,

i 1 23 : 4ll t changed( Osceola county I game from" the, t: -""11.1 up. Ills first

[ : I: from an indifferent! ( ct\ttio range

516r7j8,9,1011, j'I to a land of rich cities and thriving w__ Your Moneys Worth

i" ,, .
( farms, and he gave the f first

: J 12!13 14151517,18: [ i impetus! to the reclamation of 'Urco' '

+ !' i It the Kverglados.\ FJngler: \ through( You want tires that rive you the

: 19,202122324'25 his rnilrond\ and hotels marie 1I it :
: most for measured
I your money,- in
) 26j2i2829'30. paradise\ : of the} East Coast sand
'ij 31''
= I mileage.
dunes\ harden made thriving y

.JI1' I city out of the struggling( ( vil-

\.oip.i| ,tnHi, t, .ilaillut, ,their: rhobrMSI "ge of green Cove Springs. Ma- : ;, i try 'r ,1e' -'J How ir von; to know ? Since we are

lit',, F. i -, ;qr Afnrks lad! the foundationfor :
; I ih'. gut.I I ".,1' I Ind..] t I.. apnlnrglze' :'' ,, in the business-and :you know us-
i Orlando's phonomenn.1 pros- I
y I' 'the gov "('91111'' to me
? why not take our word for it?
M Tallihas-sec- neritv. Someone who had faith I II '
\ t
,iI I;) ,} .,", ) "'''I l J sure will your peepers discol- liptrin to grow and talk ur ('pprv r ,

I i-TiC." I nf1 the Htfle villijro!! of Sanford I I ../ We say to you-there are no better

t ,1 I'hi-ro are flfty-four different do:;.I Wrnuo-ht.and ice whet Another trreat man things with he I : (* F tires buiIU3n United StatesTlres. Theyi
": f
{ ;, ,rots of paper money of various: de- ; i
;t Ii 1 'munitions'! in htis country. Of ones, f'li'fh noel) onerij'v, hp.rn't to growl i s p i l tl 1 have proved 'good- by performance.,

j t woe and one thousands, there lire five find Jidvocale Irish notl! 1 '11'1 on t x

:, i-mds. ," (toys I the editor of the" Punta tlio lowlands! of southwestern St. f' ,
1...1 .. Urdu; Iloreld. How an editor could Johns countv, anti the n""riII1O') J/ i' i They arc tough, hardy, economical

4 \ acquire" such knowledge paHxeth our f17" r efficient.
f J nmlervlunding.S I cftv of TT.'istfnps!' wi, < the rpqtll. l f rsflr, p, , ; They stand up, and wear,

I I ATnnv: morn ovtimnlon could. --... homentfoned r, ,,, tint /' I and live, and satls" fyfpfdrrrfj ,...
'" t. Frank H. Spearman. ---
"War between Holland and Hr-ltyium Tew pl.ooes!' on parth

J"" f prohahle" say newspaper headlines. It sire !so' favored flint thing" comp UOVel "Till Nerve "I I-'olcy," Was |'illllllsliL'd '
\ I In 11MIU\) ) mid lie has It t There arc five of these
J t, I'I !ill'cll known that an army fights on to them without indivMnnl 1 fjvorlion. beep ut ''S good tires.
: Its stomach and therefore it will /steadily ever slii'i"Nun I -. 0
.t i yet tdfa r) Let sHow ;
f' I AH other maces' tint us you the one that will
p tiI take several years before Hol iuin is now :: of :haste I :I'"unhlla, which willlivo ex-.

I( .' ,. able to flRht.; The rumor Wlproh- amonnt In nnvthinodatf their licet fiirliniiiii- Rwurlng foi I t' actly "fill the bill" for you.

If ably started! for the sake of hiving growth' from t the aelvent of some I our nextserial, I la n Inc and mK.-n i A x .
\ "
tnro story." It I Is :a i fine iipitiimliin
the of foodstuffs another. boost.
price men' with Torro of rh-ivncter' and t tIC
I till,' nl I hiIII 3)1) .1"1| liiuilimil' I bell. )
t' fa'th' to inspire confidonce and )lien''ii", a iiil' \lllnlii are ,.,. n, f |[ ytOfalCoriT 'No61'r CTttrtrT 'Usro' '1"into'l
I A president of. the l Pjiited Suites, I'
eneri'v enoTitrl i to tir the shiyt'ish : J strong it-i-kli-ss. l linn.Tin: ,re ',.r i
't no more than the editoi"nf u country l -
'11 F IIr to tact ion and show dull 11111'lIiil'lIph i !in (thi sfor.i 1111'I' ..-
"sweli- '
paper is likely to get the / 1 1
f Hun ,,
vonlll lilt
can giiiirnnli't'
't liead." The public looks out fur that. t them what could he done( I

1 t t PresidentVilsen's, latest experience Sf:IIrk!' i is better for c"ler\ M t
in this line, is a hill in ingress requiring MICKIE SAYS
t thin Ran: ford : better for pota-j
him! to furnish an inventory of
\ toes (h-Mi Hastings" : has richer', n
tj gifts received, "from kings, princes '
t : anil foreign states' since Doc-ember 1, soil and better climate! than the ni MAN. WNO .t)0f';! \ \ Mp y
1\ 1918." / I IJ BraLICVE \N o.tN .Rt9NaGINER&I \ Y
East Const and the far southern \
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t _.____ __ I-V FbI t. R8R a.K st
J counties! vet things here are nt eAt? 6LEPMIiNc WHENA I
If Starke bail, no other advnntnges a standstill at the best, because/! I c\'a.c.\J" c..o,NE9 t '1'ON'N i
I our town bus certainly proven itself u
splendid pasture' for en ttle. Cattle we have no leader., "'p l know of I w

f de' from neijthborinir farms reduced! | to !several men who. from their position -

; mere skeletons from a diet of ,dry. and I ahilitv. should 1 he ex-

1! I; win'Jrm"M most runt palmetto loaves! ofrieio leaders in the upbuilding S/vtN Mf4 Ot4fPPOtNt. 'e.o
) /
', come to Stnrkc-and, lo our Mermudu! 65cJ.JSNE99: OON( i
grass Soon puts' flesh on their bones.While of this section. They recognizethe V\c.1IC.: VV We know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's why we sell them

..f 1 \ s the knowledge of this i in nf no fact that we are losing! trade 1

t t. 1',1' Pit it'ulnr! benefit) to Starke people,, it !people, buildings: and that we Ford ;GarageStarke Service Garage Waldo

1 should teach the farmers the., a.lvaii-. need( a larger: population and ,
.:r: ,' f tare< of Bermuda )pastures in-//
i p dustries! !' of various: kinds( : Harrison & Worthington .

t I they will not put their
I The poor grade< of gusolinr that I

i 1 I hlis been furnished.* .o.n t1). ? i at"nit,, talon'
tn the !u-finers' and a source of ahead. Don't be bashful/ gen-1 i 11% II \ XV'KICKS.: :i : .

M I loss a Mil< annoyance to the user :Not-'; lenten) don't he apathetic\ -:you I \ s c'ltlCWS, Hi .luilv C'krk

I V only must a !Itirger;:. quantity' of the have been holding\ back long t Sill,char fur, iimi-liilniuit l I".1
d fluid, b<- used
I 1 I( but\ the. high carbon: content enough; it i.s i time for action i ,' OIJIlhK: KOIt I'l'III.I\TIIIS ?> ,,* <&*, irtMv*.
._ In '''.1111 'inn'. SIHU.r IMonila" in" hob'
v l'IIUI'Il' >- the passages in engines to be - -- - ----- Judicial I'nciiil, llniiir.ini ('",.hly. In I'him, ,,
choked UI'| and r I .1. W MtilNTOSII i
es for cleaning' than out. AMn I I OimplitiimntMAMIK

J heating incdium'' it ,is about on u par Neatly all the Schools\ of Bradford, ; VI t The Year of The t
: MelNTOSII.e /
with the full moonbich bat been county are now active", and! when from I Ithu Di-rt-nJnnl. | t ;

computed) to tri\e oil" seven I impossibility of getting teacherssome r It iiriinirlnic' ,hv niTiiliixit. uiMii-niU'il, .. in tin-1 I .
that from a c-andlu, ltkhtenty- schools( may be .closed arrange-| bill Illi-il. in thf nlHiintHteil. cnuHo that Mam-
.\ enoa tiltthfvluliint. thurvin nmiii'il, i I.
j jit
feet distance. As the manufacture- menU have horn made so that no 1 ,,",,-ro..Ih'nl of the atuti of l-lnrlilii.. and
1 frarolinc! is subject. to the nicest adjustments nt of the town of Vienna in'' This year marKs the anniversary -
i und does not depend' on the this happy' state' of affaiis sooty tiniiKi, tiiurty.. nf lutntyuntyt'aia Slattof lic-oririn: n unit in then in .over Tunmill of the esiablibi-i-:

state of the weather" three is no excuse the county superintendent and the nil tltutulil non-rcHiilfnt. ilL-rt-nilunt. In +
and In hi-rvl.y. rrqnlred to to the bill nfiimipliiim ment of the first
for appear sa v ir.i3 (
such sorry fluid. Us existent school boiird have' worked, umeasing- 1
lllerf in avid! ennuion or litfortM..M.IIIV. >
( arises$ from either; n desire to ly old great credit is due them there- I hiInl: day of >'"umtwr. A n bank in the United Su.iij.: ;
( cheapen production< or to compel us- for.'l' do not doubt that most of. --- I'M" otherwise tinHllfvnilimH, ut naiil h-ll In commemoration of this
, will bt- taken a. ronfvM l by Mitiil. defendnut..
ci' to consume IIlrlCequantilie". the parrots of school children!
,t uppreriate'lhis Cheer Up. I It in further ordered. that lhi. order. hopublliiliiil centennial banKers'
I '" and intend to show their: Don't "; ,,ml"in. time m"I'I.III.t; UI' one n week! for lisp connreutiMwi'tkn L4 .organizations ,

: There I was u time when KnKlnnd'skinifs : appiei-iation, nnde hope that those the Hunl.rMinlth u nioinly, \face\ ut ] |.in tl.e inibllnhcd Itrinirord, in County paid. Tvlinrniih.nt4nui county, and. a are speeding up theti

went first in danger, and 'a sub who send their children! to school only a blntt,'r absorbs'' Ink. Don't MkUoroiuul slate, t t thriit movement.
if, jll'thn fried to safeguard his sovereign I because the law compels them to us MiiU'muly. mi owl. iracica 'Ilii> 5)i-ti, >lH
would.! he met with u cult do so will not in any way hinder the NniiU (It It ItrrtiUs" your heart and < .!< ii < \V Clerk T HTKKs rimiit: (Sn.1. i Strangely enough this effort J

"CiuiUouki. InaThink'! t I lion \v"be childien's progress in learning.' The deli ln, en R \ WEEKSPrpiity. comes at a time: when

t. .. the shrink ing violet forsooth ?! teacher's work must be supplemented you arc ,,,.,,1.,1, toMHT.V, . uilh- will I I' \ I UK'IT: : M IOIINS, .. Clerk 111 national progress in commerce -
1\ J\vaunt!" or some such expletive. by the' asMstnnce of the parents. If got you ii .\""rc". l.'lit'er: up. you iuliiiul Solicitor f..r C'imnilmnt! I1). !-t and
; industry dependon
The only action in the field during the these, perchance, are unable to aid) t'mi. ttii'tr UPI! ------- ---

'1 Vorld, war recorded of the present the children in their lessons, they can _. the people's power to
king' Of Knirliiml: as far as we know, yet instill obedience, to the. teacher --- M19TEa'S::- -8AIBNotict' TRAFFIC MANAGER save.
win a review of troops near London carefully look after the ihildrun's, I 10 liort'hy given Ihnt under and byvirtue -
of flnn'a\ f fori-clitnurv. maltand No America
n i> longer can
;r when he--fell off his horse. The English -,' health feed them with the best they l rendered September' 20th, 1019. by the i
love to believe. that divinity doth can atrord, and see that they reach the judge of thu:: Circuit Court: of the Eighth; Jutliehtl IS OUT I Ill draw on the savings of the

': hedge kings, and if they cannot any school in time. Learning lessons i is a I 4v. in Circuit rhnnceri of ittin Florida.., In In fnvor Bradford of KmmnIticlmrd Coun- '! Jil thrifty people of E.urope for

I I ]longer follow them in battle, they coddle !great: strain upon n child', and when it and nvninHt N. P. neviand Villa capital with which to de-
\ them us bees ,'n.i "n.II..I"o..1| Mill\ otter for xnlo "hefnn> the.v'nrt
I and the kings submit. Whr>n the I II be put, to work if avoidable< but be allowed ! hnut.** door l nt Stnrk Ftnrldn. b*twon velop its resources.

I'rmee of Wales crossed
I nila somt! tidily ato' thousands df I tire' not studied., Parents. OHHh\.1.l H'l't.the' ftiltnwtnir In tote hiirhmt described. and Inndn.Vnnt mtttaled bidder, for mHrndford HKIirOKI) \ ll\l) BEEN: :: (GOING; : States must produce its own

)t' more or less absurd measures to make should lemcmher that while their ihililien county. Florldn.. to-wit: DOWN IIIU FOR SKMiUU.MVI .
< are tit school lots Fourlfi-n and SIn.'torn. in :S.'rti 1..01 < I-'INK : capital.An .
J, hiM journey "safe" were I taken" on the they are not wasting I: { --IN: : :MIM'iF: -
I N.-n 1'nol1'' r'lvr Smith Range twen
I ship The ni"-t ridiculous< of till was time, but are engaged 'in" the most tv-t""' Knit: Bronrdiliir. to pint' of Wondlnwn.r Tim: TAKIVi I : TAN: I..M'. account in banK insures
I' invented by, the bootlii-ker-in-chief! of profitable work of their lues, and, this '.'cnr.lit In public .nrlo. of Bradford coun- a savings
tv 1'1.ld..n "...- onp call, lot, cnntninlntrcm "For( five I have been national and inde-
I / th" prince's following. It was to work should! be respected' accordingly.Kvery h I I'n iifn-tt mnnor I..... InrUnlinti, one years now progress your own
I, l shoot the tops elY he I few icebergs I: 1'1I1'I'nt must by this time beaware half of nbutlina rondft lylnir and hflnir theftitirv looking) for something that would relieve pendence.
length of the EiiHtvrn boundary and my troubles ami have found it at
ti seen within cannon range ahead to tie of the dillitMilty of obtaining th' '* southrrn Ixmndnry <>f lot fourteen and last in Tanlac" said l George I. Bedford -
,l pure they would! not break off when ts'ncher's, mind it i is to their advantage, i ias northern boundary of lot .nfnitwnA CREWS.. of :3721:! Ccntl'llll'nul..', Kansas I One Dollar Starts Account!
the ship tiimi- nearer and l thus causea well us in justice to the teachers, 8u| >cial' Matter In ChanetryDKINS I City, :Mo., the other till)'. :Mr. Bedford an
swill that might make the ship) rock. that the term may bo made. as pleasant \ / \ is well known in business circles! .
Though only one chance in ten millions to them as possible. lie kind andgnerous :Stdlrltor fir Complnlnnnl. 10-1-St: I and holds the responsible) position of 1

t could make such n thins happen, : onil considerate, und respectful I traffic manager with the Dustin Bacon BRADFORD COUNTY HANK"BradforJCoxaty's
yet 'his most gracious highness" toward the teachers, and if you 'IUlFII FOR I'I'III.IC\TIO Manufacturing: ; Company."For .
In CircUIt Court. Htnte of Flnrldl KItfhth "
Would'" appreciate( the attention and have any complaint to make, tell it 'Klirutl. Circuit. Hnulford County in Chan- the past" few years. he continued -
tI'''tot in private -iirid will probably '0. "1 have sulTi-red constantlyfrom Fina
muse his "fO 1I1 father" to bestow ant you : ciatStrong'i.ld"EirA3LtiII
i'i 0M.
>H>N m ( I I ICompUinant stomach and liver trouble, and
other order. or title on his "most loyal find that you ore at fault., If I\ although I tried! different Kinds of
subject" for inventing the farce. you are not the teacher will be' raw t ::> 1 . 3
treatments and diets I kept getting
1 'vvtr': PIXOV. I
- --' thankful for letting! him know nut! he i !n.n..n'. I| worse all the tinll'1): liver was !so Starke Flo.
it CONSIIPATIOV( ) ; will endeavor to rene*dy the matter It npnt nrfntr by altldavlt iinprndtd to the sluggish! that wouldn't IIat all
1 .'I 1 pled In the shore staled entwp that Mm-
m.. nu,n. the ilefondnnt thrrrln nllm.". i. anon without my taking some kind of
The beginning of almost every serious AN: .\C uiI: ':.\ HI.K: Sl'IJIMUSR n.nt of the. nnt( of Inridii. and she !strong purgative. I had a sallow, un- could hardly do my work. I had always of indigestion aft"1"l'ardU that
disorder, is constipation. ]If Yilul "About three years ngo when I WRS i.r tt rttililfnt of the city of Ttrumiwlck. State hl'althI..nk aril, would(,I,I got up' 'in the taken good care of myself andcouldn't 1 mean sluggish! feeling is gone. I get
suffering from cold! .r riforiHn. and I I. over the an. of twentv morning feeling so dull and languid; understand what wax the iiji in the mornings feeling fine and
want '{.I) eniny good health keep) your u,1'" tin my "0.' ycftni, It .Ui therefore ordered that said
l f bowels regular. This is best uccomplinhed lungs and! l'uuth'rmu.t! \ of the time n.tti-tv idorH. defendant be and I I. hereby reMufifd that I didn't hine a bit of life about cause of my trouble. in, work n >\\ith.iut,.. suffering/ from
t : 'night I I bottle ofChamberlain's to ni>i"mr' tn, .the bill nf complaint At. and) tiny, tried
diet I and exereisr.but u :
corn-/ bv piopcr : o n M I ecu,i on "t* I Ird.r, Mundnv; toe t i<*d'iiv I //l'ItlonlIn' ,) I would sometimes a medicine is needed Tough Remedy and nf Nn\emU<"r. .\ D 1010. nthrrwine I the decided I would,( investigate' it. Well
feeling in the of stomach a* I and thnt
pit constipation hal been
. my removed -
oll'omll.! of ald hill will lw taken an eonfr -
,t j and when that i is the case you will find was surprised at the promptness with ....t by aid, fiirfidnnt* though what I had eaten had formed I have only taken three bottles so far .I. I have never taken a medicine
+ C'hnmberlaln's Tablet are excellent. which it gavo reliefW! writes Mrs. It In further orlereil,, that thl l onh"r >'<. i, a heavy lump there. I was badly constipate and I am actually feeling better tod.v I that did me so much good) as Tanlae

'' ', They are mild! and /gentle in their act .lames Ilrown, Clark [:Mills, X. Y. ,.puHinhpil. UP In the one*Bradford a week County fur five Tcletrraph.pnna.euUrpi, a *!, mid if I ate any lunch nt than I have for the past five years.My and nm glad: to recommend it to every
t I ti"p, ,'nllv hull "'"'a lInt to take Give Many another has been surprised] nnd nr .publlnh In aid .....lIIt. and noon I would always have a mean : appetite is so much better that I 1 ", Iy."
''i th,,.m" a trill\. They only cost u qunr-' pleased( with the prompt n'li.fIIforll/ ....... I headache right afterwards and,I felt enjoy all I eat and I can eat anything I Tnnlac is sold) by leading druggists
Thin Octolwr t. 1910. and of sorts' that I I wont without having the least touch
( i !1,1' Adv. eil by this remedy.-Adv. W T. WEEKS. so drowsy out I \'er\\'here.-Ad.


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nuu.\Y, OCTOBER 3 I
Gaiety Theatre "'/lrl! I.R 'mml,. off'n :>


We. Cater to the Best- I IN IN \ \

I h< Bent e Offer." 'in I'uul P..w.ll I! Prt I I A WOMAN'S: FOOL .1.ii. ,,,,,.,tO' of Ih,. Scrivn Will' 1'1"'Rr Aillllnnt
SHOWS START AT i 9 p. m THE LITTLE WHITE SAVAGE uIlIll.I tin :NmlhufM I Snow' Cmiitliy: llu I nbmt. nolo KlREELS
I Win.) IB (th OTHER woman? \ MimiM;, ,* if, tint-:, 1 1'iLtuu:; ; i I' Clivt,M im ;runt? .! I i ihi dafily in'
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:MiS-] .. ]E; W. Stewart spent Saturday - \MPION:\ ; 0 i I'': ,

i ,ii-, .Jink' ''ii\ lie with her patents. Kev"'and = i

:Mis (CV.. Inman. Friends, hereof :Mamptoti Ott,!. :,5.-Mi.... N. J.I I ,

of Local Ki\ I Inman are glad to know that Strickland, of Tampa, who has been rThe .
ti In,. health is much improved and his \'il
fr- entire recovery is now assured Saturday whole she will

i !: ;i visit relatives and l friends before returning -

S. 1 I.. Alvarez lately bought a cow, to her homo in Tampa. .

i I ii-pusi! nted to be a "labor saving" an. :Jlrs. T.1.: i. Netvbtrry; of ..Jacksonville :-

_,. M 0.a..C..u m4 T.a.',,..4 He found the cow just as rep- has mendy I been a ,visitor to Every man's: time is reckoned 1 f
n st'nted-labor saving.! She gives Hampton. She was the guest of :Mrs
"iih half a pint of milk at a time and A. A. Iltn'd'n IIlIcI11'11.: Elsie Spai'k- dollars and cents. I lie should strieto t ,

1 .- "_ .- -- -."--'. t tin milking process is accomplished inI nan while here ) become more etHuent. and thus j '\,
I:i II I secondsSeaboard. \
i it 'I i 1qu:. "ifia NItIV; ( I', waW' 1 (t.I1'Y: I.innHonui} Wilson, John \\'. C. SenN of Jacksonville, was a\l.tillil'. 1
attending to busitvrfs/ in Hampton 11 j''
11 " \'. Powell and .Vll<'n lunuva. students at ,
(tlie of Mm'ula. An Line trains were be- fl'wl1'/ ago.B. J
Uiuvtisity' the
---- spent .
luted, Saturday on account of the The first move should he to open a 'J
'I "Ii) ,. of Jacksonville, spent week-end at home. D rivley. of Green Cove, wasit \
"'a ""I" ,j wreck!of a freight when tram that morningnear visitor to I llnmpton lust week. hank :account. Thissysteimti/es q ,1
Lochlooca eighteen cars
Mr and :\h.111<'K Horsey! and little (i were derailed. By heroicJ work the James Maxwell( who Is attending: business transactions from the start: 1 ,.
school in ksonville his
'I I 1I111.t' I.nwteyw in visited -
? 'is Ron, Jack of Jacksonville, hnve parelite
: ,.1 I 'I I''oIay. .* i was cleared and as open again,: here this week for credit and in-
i been visiting Mr. and :Mrs Jack for traffic in the evening. establishes a ,
Davis. .J, \"'. Nimmo, of Jacksonville, was
\1 v, !U.i" and family spent I II visitor to I Hampton Sunday. reuses his standing! in the conlittinity. t'
., Ksouville.,, | The Cut Price Store at Lake Butler -
'in J I Mr. and Mrs. John Seotten of .
:\lol'liel' Skin Work is putting on another) of their famous
(:iamesMlle were visitors to HIII1IItonSRtU1'dll
Shoes $ !) umI''s. : sales. The
; Hale will begin Friday -
"I I Iliirnsiil: of Jacksonville and Sunday Mr 111,1frs.: \Ve invite checking ac-
October 10th and last for especially:
\i, itui tn M.uke::: Sunday. 1 Iduys. Si: -
\ : oftenveie OIK! 'e residents of Hampton I -
and Miss Saturday Ella: Mae in Long Gainesville spent. as Friday' the, I make. this Manager Femlxig promises to an a merchandising
1 \\ i I"f', -pent, Siindaj in of fl,lends :MISBCS event long alwn.v glad to them and small to !ha\e
glu-Ht: -cphine; to bo remembered Don't miss" it. It. none too "j ,
j : l ith Sends.
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> Brooks and Ada lllers.Dr. The Ladies .\ id Society of the Baptist
-- _--- chureh gave a candy and pie sale) our appreciation I ) and "l'ry carefulattention.
M> J M Tutum'is. spending lev,1 i Now is I the time I I to buy Ginffhunic i in the OrifTin store building., The *
) Othmn L. Havnes and family' ,, for the Children's I
School l I
v 1 I. in' \oi,th Carolina. sum of $I IRa:; was raised The ladies 1
returned home last week after an extended ': )Dit'ssos. (;iinzhams 23: cents a .
- -- wish to thiuik who helped I in
visit in Atlanta wilh, :Mrs ard at exeiyone t tIII
I! i ti i i il:"n K<..\' oysters daily atIII > Stump I I'L I anyway.L. .
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I I; niK Itii in",r 's 10-3-tf. Hjiynes' parents. I 9 I., A. Odum of Jacksonville, was a I !
- I urs. j. A. l L.angroiil.) of lake Butler visitor to I HampUin :Monday.
'It, R'\Miuldof Crnhnm: lB'ract'Vilson came up ftom the stopped over several days first of
was a
I University of Florida and spent the the week with her Rev. :Mulladv filled Iris. regular appointment I Bank Starke 1 1I
[ }b i s \ "--.t.MI in Stni ke Monday. daughter, Mrs D.
- -- -- -- I week-end with his parents, ;Mr and E. Knight: while cnroute\ to Fort nt Mclntosh Sunday.The I

Hest jjracle Hlcnchinj. 1 > ard :Mrs. E. L. Wilson. Pierce to spend the winter. :She; was I Hamilton high school pupils

I wlle :2.) centa >jnd. Stuml)'''!. accompanied, as far as Jacksonvilli who entered, school at Starke :Mnndiiv I The Growing Bank ,
:Miss\ Lucilo Tatum came un\ from by Col. and :Mrs' Knight on Wednes were Alva 1I\on.( Percy (nnlTin Kthel

.1.I C. Williams, of the Providence Gainesville, where she is. attending lay I I Hunt \\WilmlLll'xall, 11'ryl1111: E. S. Matthews, P.... Geo. C. White, Cashi/
:Mfss, Tebau's school lady and :Maggie\ Maxwell .
1 .1 'in ,': ai' ki' :SatunlavK ; and spent the
week-end nt home. 111'1.: I.laynlll'I: , of la'hulI:*, I hspending __.
JJ;: Cunningham, of Hrooker vvn
I ( :S.; Itl. Jacksonville/ 8nt| I a nller in our office Sat unlay. lie :; a few clays! with her: (laughter
:Mrs.V, 11. ,! .
:sunday; lien' with his wife.P. :Miss Julia E.: Haine, of Gainesville, informed us that he had made 2s* AlexanderMis
arrived here Saturday. :Miss Barrio pounder) half bushel : sH\a Williams was I transacting\ ,
n shelled (
coin t). K RhodeH. and children. attended \
business in Stillke!: -
I,. Gaskins, Esq, of Jacksonville, will teach the eighth grade in the II. off n Hot .(if land, 5x0 yaids in area Tuesday.S _! _ : *
--- ---+ I <'linn'h at Kingsley i : lake !Sunday.(
spent the week-end l here with relatives II. S. I This. WI'It the rate of r.:1: bushels to
.\ ':-;( :' CITY :Misses Sarah and) Helen, (:tritlls, of
the acre, which is
good enough foriI11
weie of Miss ICIva
-- -- 0. A. Thrower, Jr., and family have \ bod' guests DAVIS tAgency
O. G. Coopei spent Friday and Saturday moved to Jacksonville for the present I Sampson ('it y, Oct. :3.-Uev. Crews Starling Saturday night.
filled, his regular appointment here T. B. Browning cnme down fromJacksonville
: and :Mad ,
visiting Mactlenny the change being necessary on "
ison. following were week-end guestsof Sunday, i I I and spent Sunday with Est. 1886
account of business.
I :Mr. and Mrs. l o"cOIcLunl'! attheir ;Messrs. J. C. Kutileisnn: Vaines his.. family hero

Kingslcy lake summer home: and J. Varnes visitor1 to Vnldnsta :Mr. Fred,
were WILt'I'111,1
Hard Warien. of is / family spent
Mrs. O. C. Plynt and children returned :Mr. anl, Mis., D. :M. Barnett, Mr. and INSURANCESTARKE
in and the Sunday.Mis. Saturday, night and Sunday with relatives -
boarding town attending
to their home in Savannah, Mrs. C. B. Me'Lane and :Miss Nadin
C. H S. I : Nancy Vaines is visiting her nt I HighlandMr. I .
Ca, Thursday after ten days visit Richardson all of Jacksonville
son, M. Varnes.Unwell : and !Mrs., I H. S. Norman attended
\t'HhIr.: and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. i iI
David Manning and family have ii I \ Thomas and family, of Har- "'h i i i'ch at lOveigreen; Sunday.Mrs. .

moved back to Starke from Sampson I Police Ofllcor Tunk Johns of Jack-1 i T. S. Williams and family moved leton Beach spent Sunday with his ; i Raymond Strickland of Dado

City Honville. and son, Iroward were in I IStaike Wednesday into the house recently "iCI'rll's! :\ Sarah Jones City, spent the week-end; here. with

-- --- last week of his sister 'I Ih' vacated lyV.. B. Young and family. Miss: Htreha Sloan: spent the weekend her paients Mr. and I Mrs (J. ,v. Carter -
guests ,
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Mr. Williams has purchased another in Gainesville with :Mis. S. J. ,
New line of Men's Suit Pelt \ ". B. :M. Howling : TI :
Hats, $2.50: ; to $1.00, at Stump's.Maigaii't farm and will. run two farms and live Smith, .II.".... .tl. .1... ."li..:illirta.,..;.,." .titlfiriflii.l.... "... ... .......inl .<. I '
I in town so as to give his children the I :JK'hsrs. A. K. Smith and T. (OldhaniI : ; : ; ; \
Special prices on all Ladies meeting:' at Corinth church, last
; fldvantage of our school. I made a business trip to the county Fralick Hdw.Furniture &
: : I 1 Livingston, !: of Tampa. Oxfords and Pumps at Stump's. : 1 seat week. j JF. .
Friday.Mr. ltd P. r..
hall filtered the Bradford County A I rs. Phillips nnd daughter: ,
High School .Ii, I?" .IT. Wil's' 1,1111.' up from the boys i opy and of the home paper, sent to nnd, Mrs. K.: J. Smith made a Mrs.! Hilliard, were shopping in thg, .
girls now at college
G.imosville Friday and spent the :day away visit hero Sunday afternoon. county seat Saturday.II .
would be !
Bister! F.sthei: \ I'.ulotta of St. Augutine with his family here lie was aeronipnnied much aKI letter appreciated from home.nlmn..tIS Keep I I.I Wynn, of Graham was here Sat- :\1. Bryan, of Knifoid, was 1I"I Co

was the guest: of :Mrs. J. :M by J. C. .\ Alvarez on Tuesday.Mi ---- .subscribing the Tt'c'grllphfnr! a(fairs by I I I Mr and :Mrs A. I K. Smith and children -, Sit t u rilay, night: a lit rge crowd I gui th-

The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion them. ( spent Sunday afternoon in the ereil ut the home of Rev. and Mis.' I 1).

: and :Mis. .\ .\. Purden, of will meet l1'xtlonrillY: after eounlv' seat.An .. Phillips. it being th,' I fi'lth! hirlhdnv. Rooting. :$ :.1.00 .

Hampton. were visitors to Starke on noon. Oct.) (ith, lit I :::141.!!> at the :Methn- | The Bradford, 'ounty High :School "IIt"I.taillm'nt nail| box supper, of Mr. I Phillips_ At '!IfJ::l() o'clock all Best Grade: I llaincH ._ _ .__ __ 1.111. J '

TuesdayDon't'miss. dist church. [ enrolled the past week from other will be given! here Saturday night: were I invitdo i I into the dining i room Tracen .- -$l.lIt 1.23 '

towns! the following pupils: Hampton Oct. .Ith Kveryone: has n cordial in- : wininvited,( mtn the I dining! room Ikit'IS Il.inds _ _ _'__ ___ .l S5 I : }
1Irs.Y.. H. Graham returned home vitation.. !''spuad. (;laine- and mush',
the iteat (Jigantic Saleat were en- .'
-Beryl :Mullady, Lthei; Hunt, :Maggie! BroomsIlllggV _ _. _. .75 ,
the Cut Price Store in Lake Butler. Monday afternoon, after spending the :Maxwell, I Hazel Warren, Jim ;Maxwell i :Mi A. .McKmney; nnd son, Ray jovi'd until I n late t i hour Tin J guestsloft II.IIIII'SM .11.511 I l 2J.T.OI.HI '

Sale begins Friday, October 10th, and past summer in the mountains of Alvah Saxon, Percy GrilTin. HaiI oflu..hua, spent :Monday here with voting thanks to thi host andhostess ", .
BridleHCnpH 1: :1.05
lasts for fourteen days. It North Carolina.The I ford-Gladys! Brown Joyce Brown. her ,d.iughter. ;MisV.. ('. IMinoricKgn.: and wishing\ ( :Mr i I Phillipsmunv I
Sinners I LIllI( I i.r.o '
and I
itiori happv, bntlidays ""
i I.Ut5'tO3P-N'll: : (. R"bt'l.ts.' .1"hll1"Kinne: ', of Graham, clientMiiiitlay .
Woman's Club will meet with .. -- Plates I I.iiit I i.r:;o
Uev. C. II. Abernathy of Jacksonville : here with his parents, Mr --- -- -
in Staike Wednes- :Mrs. T. N. I.imbaugh next Wednesday I, < Slid UTS :.1.21!
stopped over (i On Marianna Day, the 27th of Septtmber. and :Mrs J. A. J. McKinney.\ I .CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING orn
day. v I I afternoon at four o'clock. All members the United Daughters) / of the N \Vynn, of raham! made a 'busines /

urged to be present Confederacy' served a delicious dinner trip here Ihuisday. We have the larg'i',
The blustery weather this week has I to the veterans of J. J. Dickison) camp - -- + ---- -
been caused by a storm raging along. The \"omlln'li"sionnI'Y: Union of The menu consisted, of chicken pilau /(jest

the Georgia and Carolina coasts. I the Baptist church put through; an or- bread pickles, IJnglish: peas potato Reducing the Household. oNE: (fcM: A V 0lli) FOIt t. M II ISHI'K.: : )line of stoves in
gnni/ation ml..tingan,1 a short I''p-I f AMI IN AflVt'EAdn.rIi.pmentu : : J
Sonic ',
little folks '
salad creamed cabbage, candied st(! ,playing '
potatoes InnprUd tutih thin head
:Mrs Angle Sternberg I is expectedto tlon despite the tinny weather of "ke<' iiii house." (HoIert1 Si, town prices $15 to '
ice tea toffee, cake and i ice ] ({ ii pnpli moat li 1.1<1 In ailvnncr : aIsrrIia'n.nt .
week from Tuesday afternoon I for lii.rrtfin, for I. ,, 'n .
leturn home early next j cream. The dinner was served at the Jam- ",,"11111111. AH'i much dlllty:" It' nn Hrrrptril N 'tin 21

a pleasant sojourn In the North. I Red Cross rooms. on North Walnut innii" in if HO 1'iru, linnul, I'''OJ'i ,'ii; I Cob I !OK_ L_._SALIO.. :-Three' .brood. sows. . with. : nit
------ ;i Bo sure to take advantage: of the stieet, and! covers were laid for twenty ft ii' ,,\" luirH: "h' ":S:"n. bert.sri pigs' ;z 10 II weeKS OKI ; uiso in: snoiew 0/ o

Col.Vnd :\Ir... .1. f:. Futch and Col. i big sale at the Cut Price Store, Lake 'I persons, which included, the< veterans i I'' .. 'ny, < I I. ""I. ,ill' i "iinilyUfle I Kingsley: lake road., (i. C. Cady. -

and :Mrs. Jo:. M. John spent Tuesday Butler, to buy your fall and winter ami members of the W. T. i I 'U" \Ii I I.. ,III./ .t"11 t R.l G-tt.
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in the metropolis. I supply of goods.: This will be your Wetks Chapter U. I). C. - A -- - - appreciate
: best opportunity. Sale starts Friday, IT I'.\ 'IS 10 ADVKKIISKI'uul I : : 'Oil) SALil: I Hodire, touring: eaiin ,

Men's Dress Shirts! 7.;; cents ,I IO.tober JOth and lasts for just fourteen KKKAK VMJudge : perfect' condition; new tires. i business
Priee $ I/I.: ) L I J. Wynn StaikeLOST :
to $2.50:! at Stump's.Mrs. I days.! K.: Canova. one of Jitaike's:; \\I.21-2t.; your

Gardiner; found a potato in well known cituens, is thoroughly! .-.. -._---- -- -- -.-- ,
: A. P. Hoffman spent Tuesdayin ,I A religious census was completed his field). that had apparently! been undecided convinced of the eHicucy of advertising .- Hull dog, white tail and ears '- - -- --- - - 1' '

Jacksonville with hei daughter lust week. Those who took the census whether it was of the Porto ill the Telegraph! A hhort time cut ; six months old ; small Kpeckxon MICKIE SAYS it

Mrs R. W. Hodges. I I for the churches wl'rp. :Messrs J. !IJico or white West India varieties. ago he advertised a wagon for sale, body Hownid: for return to P.

F. Kickliter Wilbur Scott :Mesdames and therefore assumed the hues of using: the r.nt.a.wnrd column fur the I':. Johns, Starke.FOIJ i ___ _
:Messrs. A. V. Long and E. S. :Matthews ''E.: :M. Johns. E:. K. Perryroan A. 7. h<>'4 One-half of the "root" Is reddish !- puijxise.! To his surprise(" his brother 'I""iti' t&MO' Pf ttL

spent Friday in Jacksonville attending i i Aclkms and W. J. Kpperson The work purple the other half grayish who lives in I the next !block bought! the () : SAM':-In town If Brooker, I : 4 N'N"I"e...." QON"I" % ,

to business. VMIS thoroughly (10110.WearedOSiflOUtlflrlifle. vellnw It is on exposition in the wagon. I 11 It' hud 110 idea his broth roomy two-story dwelling I 'J lots, I 9"11NG"1N\ \1 t 'cu.

j ------- I i| ;Telegraph's agHc-uItural, museum. wanted n wagon and his brother had I bearing fruit tieos. ; near gnodschool. U. ..N' 'f"N ".att..\.. -.
:Misses Flossie and Aik'ene! Reynold ,: of --.-. no idea he )hud one for sub. until the $'/Of(>() rush. Address C. :M. t "TE\.1. E"'g""..' Ot-v '

spent the week-end with their I: Ljulies! and Children'Hats ntf)8 !I' BM'TIST; little advertisement brought\ them to. Lewis. Brooker, Fla. :'J198t.I!! I I
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mother :Mrs.V.' J. Reynolds.Pitt ) cents each._ SttitrpV!. crothi on the proposition., .
: I-OR :SALK;; :-Cottage' and! lot 'jI ..
Sunday school. 11 a. m. That is the way advertising works. /: on -i :- : :! :::_ ,
Tomlmson and Charles Beaslev Misses Katherine Caplinger of :Miami Morning/': worship, 12 m. It brings seller and buyer togotisr. I Chrrry street, ulno a cottagu' andstole I Ii -

left this week for Atlanta where they I i. and Carrie Holley of. Ocala : 5. Y. 1'. U.. 7-o: p. m. No matter whether it is! a single article building situated on tlircn lots '

will re-enter Emory University! !i nicmbeYs of the Bradford County I II I Evening worship. 8:30:: p. m. or a store full of men'handise I i at Htnuts the! corner!Mrs.of Cherry Mann an.Thornton| Tenth, i iStarko _

1 I High School faculty, arrived Friday On October 8th, Wednesday evening that you have to offer, the way to find 923t.! -
Dr. J. O. Haynes went to St. AugUstine and are pleasantly located at :Mrsutewart's at 8-.10:: will he a service of more a buyer or buyers, ill to use printers' 1 I -: )

Friday and before returning boarding house. than usual interest to the members of ink. -
SA J.f--On ,
I I FOP : < nninull with twoIMInch
home visited in Jacksonville the Baptist, church and to others of - I ;
p"".. A. *I f. Fieeman left Sat-rT day.1 I Baptixttr inclination.A 1 iM" (;ISl: : 1(1%. lui.iors.siis.s.: ( : I r"lIerl1.Cnn, bo seen at ,
Truby farm Sanderson J. <
:M II. Chance of <.ain""llIe.1 for Baltimore, where he will tak'1 n (,nrdial welcome Is extended to ('ONSriPAIIONChamberlain's: M. Truby Starke. lO-Unf': /
Sunday to renew ,I in the treatmi-nt all. Tablets. have restored I
came over to Starke pn4tgraIintenursl I II I ,-,.-,_ .__ _I
acquaintances with his law number I I of disease". nf the .'ar. eye nose and BLANCHARD D. LAW to health and happiness hundreds! ( '
'Ol R SALK:--Ktearn 1'rensiire Canner
of friends. throat at Johns Hopkins UniversityHf Pastor. vho were afflicted with Indigestion,
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. _ 51 1 quartM capacity. UHPI! only twice
ho f'r vi ral month' ---- .
will gone" si biliuoxnesii and lonstipatfnn If you A bargain. Apply this allies.WANTED ,
\\M.f.KS: ; CHKCKS: : ore troubled in this way five them a _

COFFINS CASKETSAnd trial. You are certain to be pleased I I Colored family to rent Iii

a full line ;1 r II Monuments ;and Tombstones! In line with our' policy of trying to I for 'hey will benefit. you,-Adv. Bin' form, 10 acres cultivated, 1 Kin"
r- 1101.1'' and -- - + -- -- --- .
a complete helpful banking tal f n for first half year. Iri>pmof <
Undertakers Siippliei: S. M. DRICGERS. Lake Butler lorf .frvirp we have arranged for the i is- \soOllotvvN I : John Fnego, Lawtey or owm r.

Automobile Hearse.Mway I 1 I "amrof travelers diecki, payable in Paul Engel; !: 220 I Park street. .Iu, <'l lnonville. < '

; on hand. The best s..r Agent for nil) parts of the world. These checks Wc.odlawn, O<.t. :3.--- II C. Lewis, of Flu. I it t
I w ,ill be found icreat convenience to th' Rising ...."ti"n. visitor herE' ( .
ice at the !"we. prlr-., Sp. ', Valdosta Marble Worka a was a ------ - --- I
'Tsuns'. mf<'ndmir to travel in Thursday. STRAYED < b'nck'
!' nee- -< >ne mare mule, LL 'i
attention to_ telegraph orders I Years cf Satisfactory tct- lionwhere they have no acquaintances I) H. Browmfg was a buclnen" visitor four or five years olj; weight about =

1gisteredEmbamer! I vice-Latest Designs; to select . We will be pleased to servo such to Jacksonville Saturday. seven hundred pounds. Branded. Non _
I !,r-nnj. I Mrs. Vnscoe Crawford and baby, of left hind, leg. Will pay ?10( for

JONES from. flANK OF STARKR.l'i f'aif'ird: , arc JUf' ts nt the home of her recovery. J. K:;. Dowling, Raiford, I ....< .
!!?eWTT C. a"r.
: II ,, 1 I.t floP Bank of Helpful [liar. riN :Mr nnd :\fr.1 S. :Mathx Fla I 10.'1.-tt* ........."'..&
Starke. Fla. 1'rvic"1

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:NO( FREE SCHOOL( Ii00KSUnfortunately ..- What Keep Bays at --

t..reln t..c a- More boys would run HV Homo ,
Farmers a few parents arelaboring 11
County I IF to i i-.< 'ith" t i\i I
: under the impression. that Few man aN reformed byalthough marwlllp home -ii''|1' "n
oulated-MIl". gad fri?. Ii. ii-..' i I.. I
they are entitled to free school books ; runny nr. i ;
I. t'
tin' iV
I this of law enactedat kec NO-VH
year by reason a
{;:JI-\\( \' \\I.\TKU: I"'ITIU11:; : : : ) 1 the lat, session. if the leirmlature.,
C'O\' (o1;u C|( )PS Insofar as the free school book law -

F 1t.' To Kill Corn Weevils Suc- i I I'arlton is concerned did\ introduce they are a mistaken.measure in Sen.the I\31

Tin best way to Kduce the oil of senate for free school books but his
eding> herds 01 (lucks during the ;
I .such
hill failed to puss. One or two
Miming winter is to ;grow tin ubund-
bills wenintroduced in the lower
Fully Requires au) e of good winter pasture. If you house also, but they" failed to get further .

: cess lime u good fertile soil, you will have I than the prebntinury'stalres.

I Ittenbo"1 no dilliculty in producing u !good winter I A few children, in the state are entitled
pasture.In I to free school books. but only I Calomel is a dangerous drug '
discussing the best crops to ItI'OWfor through a recommendation and piovtsion and
the winter pastuiuge" Prof. .1. M.: by the school boards of the respective mercury-quicksilver ; attack
-EA : Scott, iimtnal induitriulist of the j counties. The compulsory bones. Take a dose of nasty calorne,

_ _ Florida Experiment Station says that I attendance law has a provision whereby day and you will feel weak sick and
I mi !good rich soil or on a Foil that hale if the board, is convinced that parents '
At'lit II \U\I.MIM: :-" (; :SUF.HT; ) : I POTATO been" well fertiIizetj dwarf K.ssex:. rape are unable to provide, schoolbooks seated tomorrow. Don't lose a
r ((0.( w. with farmers II in!\ KOP TO PKKM'.NT: :: ::( will give an abundance of pasturagefor work.
I, Whili confciiiim methods" of 'contmlliinr. "com I I (cattle hogs, sheep or poultry., Sow will provide books and a similar feature I' /
I regard to that some who hove- lirun'rM{ trill Find That Properly : the Heed in rowsJ or 2 l'Jfeet aplll.t.IInd i". found in the mothers' pension
M weeviN trt I fumigate find' the weevils' have (;.railed Potatm-s( :Sell; BevtItccuy I II uc about five pounds of seed, to bill. Outside of those, however. thereis I Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead !IHere'
i '' tried of it or the iucieiWUM > the acre Prepare a good' seed bed II no law on the Florida statutes providing II
nude 11: fniluif+ ; for free school book. And
before which have
not what they, had. reason to expect I in "wl'1 potatoes whetherin planting should these conditioned' on a lecommendation ,. my guarantee! ,Ask your back to the toro and, get your ".
been done the latter of
:/ In ccrcus.- I (hind f.uli'd on, inquiry ob- shipments) i 01'i in storage houses is. I part September. and provision by the school druggist for a bottle of Dodaua'a Take a spoonful of harmless,. -.-
to stable
such fanm-i-H have to bruising' and (cutting
that dui
' usually
1)041, rd.
Liver Tone and tako tonight. DoJ. oO'8 Liver Tone
'serve orm- detail necessary in order f hen the potatoes are dug The km Outs" or rye will also be found to a npoonful tough' ;
i to make u ,.,u,.,.,.... Sonic of those de- of n ripe pututo \is, tough and fanlyilrv. produce good: .results H< a winter grining I.AIUiK CKOI' OF STKAWHKKKIKSFurmeis ( If it Uuean't start your liver. wako up feeling great. It's pert' .
I +I tails are a* follows: and molds and organisms that irop. Sow the seed broadcast and straighten you right up better harmless, so give i it to your c
,. tight bin. attack dry surface using 'i to 'i:! l-2 bushels of outs. to the I'
1. r'mluri1 to provide a i uusilot will not a around Staike and Luwtey than calomel aDd without griping or' any tme.: It can't salivate, iv .t<
y the moie. ,.,rcctiwill he but when\ u potato is bruised. or acre, or about a bushel or a bushel :
The I tighter ) are planting one of the largest crops making you lick I want you to go them eat anything afterwarjg.
i the result .(' I many weevilsrm : cut !trod the inner surface laid open nail a peck of rye per acre. Sow the of .strawberries in the history of this I
with seed early in October, giving libetalapplication
tnay be killed l i in u l imule only In decay begins {immediately, us the of fertilizer which ,.,should' vicinity. Ruins have interfered with
4 one thickness of stanh present makes it the most favoiable the work in the fields but thep lants
killedr bo largely ammonia. This will
fact enouuli vvnvils could! be dosage place for starting decay.A. duce rapid growth. in-I' are looking well and l fields are ren.on.IIhly PROUD OF HIM AS SHE CAN BE
of a
large -
the use
bin by Pivisioir
in such a I' Spencer of the Extension: clean of grass. The demand for
to more than pay the expense of ('01(1'( '''' of Agriculture, says By having two fields, a !good pasture plants is greater than the local sup
the treatment but it would be much that at the present )prices it is worth can be had nil winter. One field ply.
Ir more profitable' to make the wulN" and while in harvesting to take the extra can bo pastured while the other is - -.- -
It "should be made of For making' a second or a third growth' 7t
y' ceiling titflit trouble to prevent bruises. n FOO.ill\ :. ( LTIIEIU; COMING -
two thickne-xifi. of lumber with ulajer small plot n potato fork is. the best If you do not have livestock. on the : DOWN
of heavy paper between, and it Gad to use. After removing the vines. farm and do not need a winter pas- '
would be best to have the lumber tongued one can ,dig them out with the fork tune it would! and! grooved, broken or cut the .soil during' the winter.
with practically no po crop on cost of living is declining.' The index div1
I k 'i. fly using! ton smiill amount of tatoes. If a hue i is used. I a great many The preparations, of the land l in the figures of the various statistical agencies -
fumigating ma h'I'iaA\ bin lox lOxld will bo cut. Where an acreage is to fall and the growing' of the cover crop I show a drop in food prices within
feet made\ of two thicknexses. of be dug' they may be plowed up by using I will increase. the producing' ability of i the last. three weeks
matched, lumber and paper' should an ordinary turning plow and I the soil The cover crop, whether, it It is not pronounced but it is: a recession -
( have no le s. than 10 pounds of carbon instead of having a mould board, at-// be oats: or rye, can be plowed under in I und that is. .something. -..
di sulphide. applied. If the bin is. tech a fork' like arrangement so that the spring! and this will add con..i.l..r.j Armour and other large handlers r1r (
made of one thickness. of rough lumber the dirt will full through and the po- able humus. A large portion of oursoils foodstuff predict lower prices.
it will esquire three time' that Intoes t roll out. The plow of course here in Florida lire lacking in I That is. cheering.
j amount. Corn III the shuck will require below the therefore theimportance ,
must be run well potatoes vegetable matter and Much larger drops in textiles are
; I more material than if the corn so that all the ground is loosened.) of growing' cover crops'' as likely than ill foods in the immediate
{. is shucked. If after treatment liver With the best t of tools a careless farmhand II source of humus, future if the middlemen. and retailers
'\\.1 l: weevils are still, found the treatment will destrov more than the price ---A can be held' in check.
; : '. should be repeated within a few drays of his wages Just n little care will IIOTO \I\KF: (IJOOIl; CORN) : IX-: Quite recently the predivtion witsmade
' using u larger dime. timi's over" the extra, time it
; pus' sunny IIIBITSSelect that cotton und cotton goods I
r f I' :1.! Iy improper application of thematerial. takes. Some people, use an ordinarymiddle I would decline sharply. Since then ,
( Some have the notion that buster., This loosens the
lip raw cotton has ,slumped, in a sensational
: ,, I
1 a bottle I of the ill chin,
  • 1 placed in the cub with the cork removed uncovered\' Another! implement is an in size, shape and., color. Arlango I I cotton futures .h"w'd a : r kY

    t will kill the wciwds., This is ordinary plow with the rods. but having them in |vrnmidal form 01 they' I: loss of nearly :!50 points which menu- .
    a big mistake, A good I vva> t is t to+ pour two rolling!' colters on the bofini. may be placed. lint on the table. I' *, 1 17..",0 a bale. I Bettor crop l pio>t poit
    ; i the material directly on the corn. Inan This does splendid work' where the The color of the cobs should, be uniform and the absence of foreign !>u\ mir III :
    t' "t average sued crib it stimuli) bopouri'd soil. i is fairly compact. On loose soil preferably the same color asthe the volume evfected,! ale the, .i.ii-<". I
    on top of the corn in about the vines are! apt to clog up the machine. kernel. that is, white corn usually The fall lu. the price of row ,mUoiimust I '
    " Let four men each with has white cobs If the' variety has
    four places find! reflection in the pine, .of ,
    ; a can of the' material enter! the crib It always payto grade potatoesthat (i olorcd kernels, it should. have ('olor,1 yawns and cloths and in all mtii i I L.f'. ''

    lit the' same. I them distribute are" to be' sold. Potatoes of all Ld (ohs. human ii a,,NI'l'i that come fn, ""m t tin'
    / th..I1..I,1'. the crib, I und each si/i-s and grades mixed,} will sell for The oars should. be without spindle and the loom. er t I
    empty their can lit ono time and then select i-s caused, by missing. kernels, worm c Je1 "
    II the lowest. price, whereas} if the I The salt by the govi-rnment of ti" -I I
    all leave the loom at once and, close potatoes are put together they bring [eaten tip', discoloration from being tile supplies left over from I he win/
    i f I the door. I t h best, tiut'. There\ will l be little'tIee wet or by moulds.The : I' has served I to weaken\ the market (01'1 u
    i* I 4.. Uy Z making the appliciition 1 in i>'and, for the culls, and, they are certainly \ butts. ami I tip. should , ''I; cold weather. The warmer the weather ,: not worth the expense. of mov ,' Avoid ears with a mixture too, is the sale of foodstuffs from, the. s i ,
    I. the ,more "n"'ctlwill he the, tieiit-i logins into, inniket.\, They can always be if, colored kernels, I government surplus stock in" .umulut I t x .x r aw
    : ment. Fumigation with taboo' di -.uilt'hldt' I .disposed, of at home, by feeding to live I The shape of eat should, conform to .'d l in the war period. I a
    w, should. not be undettaken when "tuck.'F.uily, \ I ,--anety type, tapering' slightly frommtt : \\ hilt counts. more at the moment I
    i the Weather is colder\ than fin degrees, i,' : l sweet potatoes are usually to tip. The circumference of the : han the sale of the governmenttup1)
    The hottest hour of the day should beselected lint-veil-d before they are entirely nr should be about 4.5 of. the length. ]I hos L is' the sharp decrease in exports. I

    I for making the application. I'ip' ('. Those should be put under, cover The rows of kernels should I: be closeogetherund uf butter, eggs, meats. and flour on
    5. By storing the corn in a tight I lust as soon as they are taken out of straight from tip to butt; I he one bund. and of !general material I There In no animal on the farm lately that an effort Is being made
    bin when it is wet or befoip it I is thoroughly I the ground. I If allowed to lie in the rregular shaped kernels ,detract from i nil the other. which l-i BO 'Interesting to the boy. to put on a bIg sheep show at the
    matnie Reports have come .iun they will discolor! und! will not II i /good. appearance. I There has. been u contraction in ev- and e1rl as the sheep Wool and riorld.t State Pair, Jackaonvlllo..
    to me of cases where the corn' failed, (curry; well However if the potatoesire The ears .should! be rigid und free ('iy kind of exporting. With foreign mutton hate soured ao high la price =November" 22: to 29.
    t to germinate after having been treat.t I fully ripened,\, it i is an advantage 'ram moulds, indicating that the grains | 'xchange, demoralized and no rectitiution -
    t (',,1 with cuibon di sulphide This. was to let them lie in the open until the well matured and in !good seed conhtion. ( in sight Kurope: cannot afford
    piobably duo to the corn being starI | .uifuce in. thoroughly dry! and the dirt ( Corn that is selected from a to buy except such goods as are of the
    " r 1 (',,1 in a close bin before it was thoroughly | will shako off nile of corn that has heated is likely | Host pressing. need.: ... -wmraA
    diy. If corn is dry and well I to show the kernels blackened near Temporarily this will serve to lower -
    ii i matured' when stored it will not damage I i ADDITION PREMU'MS: : the cob. I prices in America and aid in lessening
    I ill an unventilated crib. I I The exhibit should be arranged attractively the pressure of the high cost

    :Many farmers make the mistake of Canning and Poultry Club Remember I on a clean surface without lof 1 living' but ultimately it will result.
    buying carbon di sulphide, in small ed at County Fair I colorations, as these. usually detract in a loss.
    packages. which makes the cost much from the appearance of the exhibit. I
    ?'l lei greater than It should be For the Since we published, the list of premiums : The farmer who follows the above
    r I smallest cribs in this countythere of the county fair to be held: at lutes in selecting corn for exhibition i
    ' :r.. I .should be u"I..111I1. I less than ten pounds ,; hake Butler November 11th to 15th, purposes. is most likely to carry away I Catarrb Cannot Be Cured

    'r t (about ono gallon ) at each applica I I inclusive, the following' list of premiums a prize I cannot t>r LOCAL reach, APPLICATIONS the seat of the a dl.* .this....
    i tion. Ily clubbing together to sate, I for Bradford County Canningand : ---- -- : Catarrh le a local dlaeaee greatly Intlumied \ -
    d i freight farmers' can get it delivered, Poultry Clubs. hat. been added.: RIG DIFFERENCE::. BETWEEN: by constitutional con4illon.. HALL
    i to Staike: in one gallons. cans for less Best set of 4 pieces' for a !girl's PIUl'tCW::; CORN\ :. ,\:"011IE.I.: CATARRH It le taken MEDICINE Internally and will acta cure catarrh through

    , ,t +l. I thus twenty cents per pound and in room consisting. of two sash. curtains, 'the Blood on the Mucous Surfacee of tbe
    ,i !five gallons for about sixteen cents bureau scarf, table cover made of unbleached I Even though' the farmers are being: Syetem HALES CATARRH MEDICINE
    bushel. le composed of some of the beet tonic.
    per poundCAUTION. muslin and slightly orna- offered only around 73: cents a known combined with womB of the beat
    : When handling carbon mented., First. prize, $5.00; second for corn nt present, the low price on blood purlnera. The perfect combinationof
    + di sulphide' alms remember to keep\ prize, $2.l! corn has had little or no effect on the Inicredlenta In HALL'S CATARRH
    x I
    MEDICINE le what produces such wonderful
    I lights und tires away. I It is more dangerous Bent spread and pillow .shams of unbleached meal, us meal is. ...ti1lUol.,1\ aroundl reeulte In catArrhal condltlone.DruffClate .
    c to explode than gasoline.Further muslin suitably ornamented. l : ;; for a hundred pound sack, which ;5c. TeHtlmontate free.
    information in regard, ,is just a little over $:!.OO() a bu..hel.1.. F. J. Cheney A Co.. Prop. Toledo O.
    to second! $1.00.
    First prize, $ !.nn; prize,
    controlling corn weevil can be had' I Hand, hemmed sheet and, two 1 pillowcases i lowing for the cost of the suck on than No >\'urns in a Healthy ChildAll
    truth Funnels', Bulletin :No 1OUO.:! J. each with om- initial ombroider"d I two bushels] the price is more
    children tnmhli-il with worms have an unhealthy
    '. ._ Then it
    doubled from the corn. goes
    I --.- - I First prize. $:!.nn; .second I prize, color which tniltratea poor blood, all.I.r anile I -
    11011"EIfI:: : :\ I1t vm>NNOTKS ('1.1'11 $1.00. I to the retailor, and the ultimate consumer.rttya ,there Ifl more or ltn. Mi,>mnLh dUturbance 4&4L
    : : ", II i and 1 U; 1-2: cents per GROVE S TASTELESS ihilllONIC given regularly
    v Girl's model kitchen not of hand I pound for his meal. In other words, (or two or three wrote will enrich the blood. Im -. ,
    towel dish towel and pot holder. Fir!'tpne while corn i U> only offered 73: cents a prove the deration and. act se a Genera!Sireoilihenlat
    1 It has now been definitely decided ) ) second, $1.00. Tonic to the whole Nature will then ,
    1 $ !.IIII; prize, bushel. the meal is retailed in small nyiKMii.
    that the Home I I Demonstration t Clubcontest (;irl' cunning club uniform, apan.1 I throw ofT or dlitpel the worm,and the ChlM wl!! MIn
    : at the! rate of $:J.KS to fl.l'Jper : .
    will be held, in Lake Butler, secondprize quantities .perfect: health. Pleastettotake." 60c trl >itle
    f apron. First I prize, JJ.50; bushel, or to such an extent that
    :November tilth:! :Many of the girls.
    $1.5O.Luncheon. : "
    the man who raised. the corn !gets on-
    ),l are now busy preparing for the contest. set, cover, and. six nup- ly about one-fourth of what the man LIFT OFF CORNS !
    kins. }First prize, $2.0( ; second, prize, who buys the meal pays. This is. entirely I
    Miss: Floyd the state poultry club M.on. I out of froportion. It would be FlirlmTl1.Horse
    ) agent, was in Hradford county September -- Hand hemmed table cover and set only fair to add however that many
    L tf :21 t und, :!..ith.'hil... here sho of ti napkins First prize J-J..r; second I farmers are not going to sell their I Apply few drops then lift ore, "Z" lupine with C 'J"'t. I

    ) visited the State Prison Farm send prize $1.50.: I corn at 75 cents a bushel, and thl'1 osc.Hagneto
    ir) found the poultry work which in. be. Six hand! made handkerchiefs., First should not do .so if they can touchy corns off with ,
    ing done there quite interesting. prize, $1.00; second prize, !50 cents. help it, as long us things that they ;
    A home demonstration meeting was Ciiiest. towel. First prize $1.00; bv y rmeuin high.-:Madison EnterpriseRecorder. fingersIVwan't
    h..1tat\ Johnstown Sept. '! Ith. :Miss. second l prize 50 cents.Laundry .
    Floyd gave valuable lecture. on poultry bag. First. prize $1.00; .

    rai..inlt. second prize JiO cents. RECORD( \ 01 ONE:. PF.CAV TREE
    Mr.( J. C. Toppell, Miss Floyd and Best model buttonhole. First price, The Greatest
    the county home demonstration agent $!\,110; second prize, !50' ( cents. A. Albright, of Gainesville has. Combination
    visited the Hrooker poultry club members Best' model. gingham' patch : First. a pecan tree in his yard from which,
    t.'t on the :SSth.!: The object of the prize, Jl.OO; second I prize, !50' cunts. i during lust year, he picked 170 poundsof
    .. I visit was to itiotruct the children\ how Best model overhnnded patch. First. ; nuts, selling\ them for 111)) cents a the !
    full this
    j to select thickens\ for a contest. Miss: prize. :$1 00; second! prize 50 cents., I pound totalling\ :$102.: The tree id 14 WHEN meaning of "Z" message

    Floyd says the poultry club girls'" at Poultry Club years old\'\ now. Mr.I Albright also. has -mighty? few farmers in this community
    ,1 i Brooker have dune splendid work. Best record book and, exhibit lone( u small grape vine( in his. hack yard
    Supt. K.: R. 1 1'oppell and, the home I: cockerel!, two pullet, ) : record book 50percent from which he has sold $ t 10( worth ofgrapes ? will fail to at once call on us. :3 J This
    demonstration. agent visited the Vanderbilt i , poultry "i) per cent. First this year.
    and Iteilbrnnn schools on September prize, $.;.nn ; second prize, $3.50 ----+-- --- of master engine.building-must bs seen.

    :itHh!'; Canning I EtI'OT.TOE:\ SCARCE pictures can but : this value
    ."r Quite a number. of people seem to Best variety canned fruits and vegetables. establishing
    . be I interested. in the cunning of pork limited, to 12 containers, First I Washington, Sept. :-Southern achievement. 5 This one possible bet
    and beef for winter use. The county prize, $:"i 00: second prize. $2.;>0. planters are advised by the department terment-Bosch
    home demonstration agent has bulletin Best exhibit grope: products Firstprie. I of agriculture to stock up immediately high tension, oscillating magneto-
    with explicit directions for moat i $-.50: second prize $1.00 completes
    for nextspring's
    ) ,canning whuh she will be glad\ to ,dis. on seed potatoes : a rare engine service, fully? maintained by
    the northern
    plantings as potato
    tribute upon request' The inmrmin- PRINTKRS I : AS FARMER* crop is below normal.UrovV I hurt a hit' Prop it little us in co-operation with a nearby Bosch service
    ity kitchen i.. equipped' with a steam I Frifroni' on an aching corn instantlythat
    +---- -
    pressure. cannot' which is the only( .V few years ago: F F.. Robbins! , Tasteless chill Twite torn hurting! then you lift station.c; Prices- IH H. P., $75.00-3 H. P.,
    r type the government recommends, for then of the Telegraph' tried (poultry it right out. Yen, nvigicl" $125.00 6 H. P. $200.00-all F. O. B.
    r meat canning' The kitchen i is open raking and ,succeeded to the extent: of rator, vitality eau vuprtfy by purtt Sag and ear A tiny bottle of Krevxnne coats but 4 Factory.
    t for use whenever requested producing, one ('JrI1:. which cost himevmtlv richloitlh* bluod YxuiaaaauafMliuStnaittttnlnil. few cent at any drug store, but it sufficient
    tt -- --. -- elm This year .T C. Rohm- I lavlduratlnii.. .. r IMc taws to remove every hard corn .soft QUIGLEY LUMBER & Sl'PPLY[' tOMPANY-

    r'' Cold Cause Orlp and Influenza I ....n.of. the Telegraph tried farming. com, or corn between tho toes aril thcalluM1 !
    of careful mlttvatmnui.l quarter acre of ground. Printers *. without RorennM or )irritation.Krwzone .
    LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet remove the .11.1) bv means
    i cauit There it ooty one "Bcomo Quioio t ,. modern. methoils succeeded. in producing make stunning farmers. it the acniiationiU, ducoveryof
    E. W. GROVE S iUaa: .it uo b s. 3Orr : .one ton, of sand*purs ,nn one l a Cmcmaati gvoiuj. It i* wonderful : 1

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    : : FOIL Cliiri'LKIIIl! I >R EN1)n4ve 1.:. A. p.,.,,", A'.'' PJ| pURu."U"I"P| tu.ip
    Surrency Jacksonville)] :Miss Ova :lll'lvin'IIS I :Miss returned ,
    I a visitor here with H universal I strike of "IliI'oudWOl'kl'l'lt. / Uenu :111'1 Nove.b.. D. ISIS, olherwln the sliogs'
    spent\ lust week-end here with lelatives. ) afternoon. until hill will taken confoundby
    Sunday I
    jlt'\l C'urew :Made Possible b.v Tinwhole country inlU'ntWOI1lO1 short visit to Stuika Monday. io. n b .'
    state Board, of Health I We are glad to report :Miss :Murray and 'Idlll''n-ninlty millionsof John of Waldo wn .1. .h.r.n".n&
    :'IIi"11I1'gul'1'ite: Shriver 'int'I'M. It in further onli-rad that UIM( order b.
    has accepted :Malphurs as being very much im- people, '.. to be ub
    a position in the school I 11/ punished. nay tending to business here :Monday. l.h'd once a wivk for sight conm-outive w.

    '(lIlph.I.: Green, state health the ,place being made vacant by here the proved.Revival services closed Sunday. at "1't" death unless. the demands Julie 1 ,refreshing, shower fl'l n-r th.i0itiItshpil Hrnilfonl, In County pnlil county Trlrirmnh.sail .1.a nawupa
    of these ,
    ,..f )I''Im"u'u.'! in a circular letterd ill health\ of one of the teachers.: ,, I Bradford church ufll'R week's dllrllt t I'Bilvvav woiKers\ arc- grantoil..e :Monday night and the I Thm7lh, ( day uf Autrunt A. D. l ,' 1

    . d) tn I the physicians of theili t Olga) Wind. :Miss Ward I left t the ninet.v i t millions I I I going to 111.. I W. T. WERK3.
    Tuesday lOll. These services were condiictt-d! submit to this Will they hand! the trl'OW"1'" glad .e it, as it .. Clerk J.J.I
    i- the' fuellitieof the bourd for Ganu'ilk) *, where she will spend Cur
    by. ReB.. C. Scarborough of Starke. ("HlI1tl'( )' and its /!"v'rnll1Ont1'" to been rather dry, foi plant setting. lulL WILl"MS.
    i';: c hililren i who art crippled a while. ,and Rev.: N. T King; of New River. these labor proliteeis, ? Hl'.laml.1t tilled i Solicitor I. 8-20-91 :
    i "' d J ni -infer from 'nervous di Supt. 1':. R. t/'il'klant -
    "- l'uppl'lI1I1t business
    on -
    : Theseeiviecs '
    f I h.truubl.1t curable.d ) heie Friday..Mis were attended b"r\ Third the alleged/ locomotive' engineer regular appointment : ; \
    below. the ale i eial of the young folks from this / respondent, of the Times' denies church Saturday und Sunday. I IRoy | lllhew!. Cditor and Iropri"tor- ,
    .I part of the drum : !' Flora (lower, Scott countyilcniunutialioii place.Miss. ,
    that t iin.v,i person of intelligence I of was
    erning this matter : \ agent of Starke and Thigpen Wlllo. a
    tale. health ollk-er feels that Miss Floyd state il' Edna Baxter spent. Saturday can learn in sixty days to run a locomotive. toT Sunday. ; ,
    poultry agent of a-tfl(( Sunday with her parents. A fc-vv. NI Mllii: I'll'TIIEX
    days after this fel
    ., "M uf the crippled children is the Tallahassee made an intere.ting'isit, I 1 Eldon Baxter arrived home Satur- John :Murr went to Bionson :\
    -. i.,lespoiisibihty of all of here, the low's, ,denial the Times, published acommunication I "
    among poultry club girls dav morning f..morth. Carol inn.f to visit friends. .
    ninny responsibilities vonneitedlii Thursday morning They were ac- ,.,' few .: i from P.. O. Kickman. - ---6 _ ._-._ - _.h_ _ .T 'r..
    n days visit! with his parents." -
    "- work. 'Ihe physicians of (ompanied( by Col. J. C. I'oppell and A or I'unta (;(nun. VIiI is a retired lo- PIM I.: HILL
    literary society hall bevn t
    ,'I, d.i ' assured that these little Louise. Stewart. i oiganizei' ; comotiveengineer, and he stated the ) SOUTH
    in the school with the following)) while
    fact / he
    I b, i aie I going tu receive lit the II. C. Surrency returned home was running a locomotive ;
    +,l if I )II'. Simpson, the! best of surIM. rooming from I'lant City after SatUrday o'llci-rs' : President Luci'in: I llazen[ ; for the Cuba Company in Culm Pine, I Hill I i I I, (Oct. :M.-A. K.: S\1'1'1'1" J I
    v ice-presielent Guy: 1'inhedster. Seeii"tarv
    I .t > ( and that the state health u two wes ks' visit there.! the company )placed raw inexperienced of Jacksonville, spent te '

    i v. ill pei-onally( / see that these K.ind ('n'\\'" arrived home safely . Lube-din I I'inholster; oigniiist, untaught.) unskilled Cubans in with his father, A. B. Surrency.
    (line/I Abernathy ; /O"J.'l1l1t'III-III'III'! charge of t thi'i n r )locomotives i . :\11'. Kick- ROAD
    J t ) '
    will We
    l 'NC- not suffer pain when Tue"day with his discharge from these :'1111 I'\,111 I Ilaieu. Progratn c-onmittee, are glad to report: : ru. t'o.
    und the-
    man live
    .,in. (I In. avoided ; that they will iv 'ice, and his friends were" glad to I.e nine- lla/.c'ii I I Intv Abernuthv a nil / in t the service other of. American tin engineers Cidson, on tl1 '.'"1alt..l.nt list

    i I kind I and e-on-ideriite treat-i I i sn him back again i I lli-n fiosby. company A. B. Surrency made, a business ,
    .01,1 that they will not be ulI I II.) XV.Iluzen and family attended, I expected tinrisult, I t t to i be many disas.
    The program fir inch" nieeting ".ill)) t 1'0US'l'k". hut not a wreck to Simke Saturday. :
    I t. /im tu sleep hungry. the Primitive association, at SwiftCieek be handed the oe-t-ur- f I Biooker ( STATE AID
    to corrt'spiinilctit'ii.ittkiii. / 1'From' what he weinfer ,\Il demons.' i> |
    fl'"d' | fi the SUVH A
    i eme* of the! indig- ( 'hUVhFred Sundll I
    | These meiMnm- will, takepl.ue that the Sat with his cousin.
    I ,,1 i ,'I mil l and rippled children of : Hazen of Jacksonville) raw C Cuban engineers" did! not in day night ;
    i iii spentthe each Friday ,nigh' und the t ubI have than
    more week's lie
    \' .cieatt-d< by an act of the week-end here with his parents. I Ii. a in"tt'u..tlon.ut SI'I''ICY. .
    rent-rally I to attend.!
    i i M., III 191' 1. imd' is a concrete : :tl h'.I..l1i.: .. Hrown left Ki'iday for i this fell.iw/ m the Tim.uY" A large number of our people I -

    . nf a i ,desliton the purt of hoi. home at UuniU'llon, after, several IKAl'l-'U, .--\i"\N-: :\ (.E ::IS 01'11'() I I In that live"a man must locomotive serve from three t tended serv ices at Bradford ( ( / DISTRICT NO. "

    \ 1H4, .1.-, to ,do (a teal construei d l1I.\s visit, here with lelatives. 1' 'I UK KACrS-JI I'T I.KAIi: S r I yenis he i_ us. II fireman"hefoie the- past vveek. I HAD
    i i \v ui, 'k fur the J.V.. : i ompetent" to run a locomotive in Brookcr
    Morgan and, (
    poor people family attended. I 'lydoard was
    . / 1 How 1 utleily I absuiei! Little I A T MEETING
    0 F
    .I I
    I in i
    toiiv citing the helpless, I the association,
    ut Swift (CiL-elc chuich.Sntin '
    . mmrcmll) ) ii \i l > Il1NIO'SVN $ : : (;.OLNG ihildren eve-i.vwhen-. suce-edsfully da.\ 'nCl'I'IOOI. :
    "ihilpltsindigent :: . .
    crippled : day and Sunday. '
    I ---- ------ -
    --- .
    HILL OK) !sr.\iu\i. .iiinning I !big automobile's. and if they LAST THURS-
    ml" as Hourly normal 100 :MiMaude: Shaw I left Saturday to I ?sOl I UK or FINAL msdlVHGK
    YK\IS-I IN: lINt: ; : MI VPHr I ) only had! tin
    i clhiicnt,I productive. citizens, teach the :Mt. Zion school which openeel I I : -tivnglh t t they e-ould 'I'uo. inuntliM,( nfl.i. ilnli. )lu'niif I will |. ; .
    TEll! T\MM: ; I'VNLC.. loam
    .. I to run II liunmotive
    insideof to (
    I l i ihlc under the best and most :Monday. I I"For a i< nl I inv mill I I lull lee."nl
    fortnight. I linn. (tin A. imnlv' ., ,
    ) ,n! tuatmont.l.itc I an.v. oneis 1 elispeisc-d, to 1I.ln.'r. < ..
    II. I' Ciumey; and family attended. nvi years now. I 111I"'n ,challenge i" lot him 1..o..rt .,.-"I()'. t' nml I IIHU' for niv

    health( I officer i ill taking! i upI the --ervit-eb at Swift Creek Saturday.Mis. lonkinfill'/ Itllmelhinl.thul would! relieve bung: a 1".1 I I vi.slllt', get l"I'mili. ,, A,1.elu". an, ,.In..III"( .r,' of I tin-I .I I I'Him i:-eit t 'inn of the
    I Im' i i>f the IIl'tivitie" of the II. c. demons of I .I. ly.l. "erel.,1 state in the nuit-
    > Alachua my troubles and l have found it at sion of til uutho.iti.s, to use the ''lh ilunf 'i. "piMl iI''i'| |Il|| :i I (' I ,
    I "I I I "t' health" with the broad con- wilt a week-end' visitor here. I1 | lust in Tanlac," said, ( 'm'are I I. led-! Hacks for t the ,'XII'I'i/1wllt. and we MM \' \I..I"nl.11 i | npp'npl'intnnN., and ultimately I .

    "'n 'lii'li "it-presents the spirit! of II | :Misses i Lubedia I'inholster and Inez foul ">f !)7ai) :! Cential Avenue, Kansas wi take! both bo>'s and! girls out of I |li.'Sliiiil.. ( \. .( i II. "" state n system of ft'

    I : u and i i-, anxious to make it u I I"Ie Ieivie Abeinuth! have been on the sick list City. :Mo. the other ,day. :M i. Bedford ( Punta (( high school I and have I- ----. ---. - -- I highways (that will bring an ( of

    ? ,. to tlif citizenry of the j fm II few day:!. i- well\ known in business circles them successfully i".11 ,running that loco-1, MIIMI\ ,IUI-.OIIH:, 1 umioits Indililiil t t.i vsi till'> I'I.I'III, .I.t.; .( i f dc\'loJIWllt) (hat the gr'utlst 'I'l Klor-

    lie I I t theie'fore, wishes! tt> extend I Iin :l1.'v'. Iluvrcll and \11'''. hattie and holds* the lesnonsible' ) ) position of motive inside of 11 friHmirhf. i I 1.1.I II' of,1'.. Kli.riilii.! . ', i I i : has nut vt .lo! ........-.i. nr

    ,, "i'III- nf I the ,service as near as River were in Sturke shopping Mon- [ traillc manage\ with the Gustiti( Bacon I In conclusion.: TheRailvvn'y- Ago, mi,,,..1. lt. "'"'''''.1.,1 I. |inv nifii' ...,I.-ctnim Lilt* ': As ) ,.t t tin" commission' i is handicapped; ; ;" '
    ,t td l' all t p wnim hnHIM( .1. :
    t In.. indigent! childrenf lily l uftetiioon.Mi II :Manufacturing; Company. organ" of til iailvva>'s in :\m'riu. iiKlllui r.lh"ll., '',In,1' ...( .I.hul (lily! tlu. -. ,,.. .luty"1 in the matter( .,. of funds, but plans
    it in"i. carninir' capacity is be- R. T. Ostecn: left Tuesday for "1.01' the past few years," Iii' continued states that at I the- end of ". uilli uniu>ri WI.ill this
    i i",| 1 I I ,'< d l by any chronic l( malady Plant City, being called there on account "I have siilTeied( constantly( I t the average earnings of a rail 111.! I tintor( wttltin. ,(int' yi'jtr from ittiti* %I..ur. orn.oir :li.. m''on1,,"hl. handicap. I .
    <'I Ii, ,i- orrectable by surgical i from stomach and! liver trouble and I : will( btf iri'r' hnrmtl 1lltJlw" In.1 in the mean-
    .of serious in
    sickness her fam- employe wen $11 10" per 'eai. Now hr Sfitli ;diiy of Spptt-mlinr. It 19. '.iuIedTOM I time we- must, not
    ,11 I Hi wishes in other words ily. I, although\ I tried diltViont kinds, of I (lin I Ill !) the average ,is 1 l.n.'IH: : n IIYAL. iiiiil l t things of expcit il11ltiblo:1

    in, I il" thi- a teal ronstruetivo sirvi The |I t treatments) and diets I kept getting t i | ve-nr.. Thi., mind i / is. the t (o.Mfl.nt, Ailtnlnr-trntor, / the1 ,'01 li"l ion. are
    showers of this w'eek have been you, average, 'lor.
    i .hiding I / .is it bIflUSiiliI7iLr possible, much appieciated, on the gardens I IT worse( nil I I I tin time i :Mv: I liver i was '.nI which includes the) "('('liol laborers, .I ___.___ ) woikmg/ just. as diligently as any t.t
    ami I I MUM I'; 10 hMIIOltSM I' I'I. "lit mRs lH.In other live :
    ( directing of these i cttpahlo
    I sluggish that it wouldn't act at nil working, foi' :: and I
    Lexus of Uaiford was \'isitnrlhe :11.10 h. Htiitionportcis I i.r earnest' men '
    liIi.-, fiituir u : \ 11 I On County .1 uls' N mnt IIr".II"re n* l
    into channels of in- without i oiild I I to 11
    '"ic Saturday and Sunday. I I11' i I my taking some kind of car \v"JlI'I'111) others% w hosewages i I i".iniiit\ I'' I lii Prubntit, /* | vvoiK i Inn i'l'y mailers I along .
    .. .. timl) ii-ofuliiess' in the lines best : ;\ and ;Mrs. tieo.; Anderson and I|I strong purgative. I had a sallow, uni I are far below t those' of In:: ia r-inl; ,;('< of C'lunliH: : I P. rim**n ,1"-
    'n, ,'i\d 1111hm.f''"'r\. them.. "lIn'idl'inhatevl'r as !, I ,children of Iii iford, and M rs. I,. Pin- ,i h'-althv! look) and would! get up III the I ''I/I and! coiuluctois.' The'eNOI1'nli-I t, wtil NutU 1 t.T. ., t I llu. i,,,-u"I'al, t i inn nf every ta..r ge>od
    uhli 'pl1lllininl.unl'or- holster and little! son, of Taipon morning feeling so dull! and languid I J g I(leers ('Li ii II ut i suppoit their familieson alt i ri.i1tt.iM.' li'KtiUf: -llnti MtiitpH, nml ""' of the1 state. .

    infirmities.n Springs/ spent Thursday here with that I didn't have a lilt of I life, about $ !,roo to $ |,1(IIHI i)() a year i.s that they nil I I ..fmtiiM liHvlhtr nil i".. 11,. tl.'tnnnilti HKUiiiBt Victs i The1 members of I the 'N

    \ I, '" ,tlin'of' the cases which maypmpiilv their sister, :Mrs. T C. Ilazen. I I me. :My l food almost" gave me l indigestion 1- lilLy too ,much for automobiles' jewel- I :fHllllf; i 1 t ,- ('olli.siol) jitt .
    V.MI, nml i-nrli T t' meeting
    I i> li.rit.y 1111
    I I I, bi. i included I in this service 'I '(;irandma i (ialney i is visiting: in Lacrosse and I would have a niisci'nbleI "rs and clothing i for their W0I"1 fii I 1(5. ,anil r..III..1| (. im'HI y.lit(. any Ir. eta inii AII'e.I I Tliuisday, were. on last '

    followInjuries- : this week. I! feeling in the pit of my stomach as I Thev ought! to do I his.- the ,rest of us: mnmlH, which( ymi. or I'Ultrr, of Y"". fluky hnvp i j :1 M. flih. of Orliindii -

    disease or deformities of E. S. Oainey and family and l :Mis. |I though! what I had eaten hail. formed -buy eheiipel, goodsIiiyiie, too thecnnmeeis riiini.t thi> futniiof: t;luirlifi: P CiiHnn.; tU; chairninn, .J. I_. iibert, of
    the. piHmil. \iiir I of 1-rn.lfW.I C..iinty: I l-.rt.lii;.. to iTt'iltlu I .11"1"(: nov jIb' 1.
    !bones, and. joints. a heavy lump there. I was badly constipated C. Register
    me I rut tlu't' too fond of of
    C. Moody and children of LaCrosse! an uiiil.'iHiuin iiilminiKli'iii.x( of .".1) ,'ntatv |In' Jntper -
    Cleft palate. I passed, through here Sunday morning' '. and if I ate any lunch at I occasional I game of( ".1-1, > '.- I Punta( wih. I luo y.iirx fiom' lhi> ilnto hi,..f. I und I'M: I Scott of Arcadia.. : .

    Potts disease.Tuberculosis t'liroutc to Swift Creek churl noon I would always have a mean (ioida. Herald.I 1 .. Siilimbir| 20. A. 11 lull WithCOUX 1 I 11''WI. the state engineer Major
    I I highway
    I I. ( A ON. ,
    of other bones Irandma; Haxter last weekend headache right aftciwards, and felt - + roni xxa tir.'st'nL and
    and i ( spent - i-211-ii.( AM AilminiHln.tix, ,.f milil : I inipn-HHod,
    loinf1-. here with her daughter, :Mrs. L. so drowsy and out of sorts! that I MiL'l.L'UMi'lcr 1':01"1 j /sit, : as the "nigh man for the everyone ii

    Chrome osteomyelitis.: I.. (;iainey. could hardly I do my work. I had always I Mil l'lK UK( l'l'I HA lION F "IToX 'l IlKEII', ". I 1"1 to fill. I'lu\ he baa

    Tumors the !bones. I Grady Kelley spent the week-end taken good! care of myself and '! Old 3. -ignitea II'lb"I' "i-f MlUC: (- I"'I"N: :r.7.1 Tit IlllllI.KNHAI. I i; "WHf1

    Anklyosed, joints. here with relatives. I i couldn't understand what was theCllu.e inn, attend-d I the t bin ; I. HTATHTrS;( ,- I ; -
    jieople utisiit.iii a 1 ll.'n'hy nnllcv In Kivi'n( Hint OIIIM. T Silent, "' 'Ni.nrrlp..r \1"1'I\H.i.: : :'\
    of trouble. I 'o.rC'I'HOlVU.I.I.j
    flub feet.Ununited :Misses Olga Ward and :Marguerite my H ,'ifl ( reek Sahl.tay and 8'iiiJ.i.x' ),' ,, of tnt Mini'" ill' (
    and malunited fiactures. Slimer were .shopping in Alachua on I "Some three weeks ago! Ire/HIli notice I1'j i man I u busmchsHij I \ (IIS nml f 100'1,1 c..rllrn.,) l>y I hi' la< col-1, IW.UI.I BI; i.i'ii.Tvrnr I

    Old or recurrent dislocations.. Saturday. in the papers' about Tanlac anddecided 1 I | to I LakeButltr m..I. ' l.-olor for H riot Iorl iiii y. Horl.ln soul ."-1- 1111-1 I l.\'r.. I'l.OM
    I I tiflent- Its ti'S iliitcil I tin4th I ,ilnv of ST.\'rF
    Injtiiies. diseases or deformities of Little :Miss Anona Colson I would, investigate it.Vvlt, Miss .lame has I..m.i
    spent Biellmg' acei'ite-d a lii'r. A' I" 111111. nnil c.TlillciiU.(' 65 .t-i. .
    mu"'le Butt tendons. I have only taken I h roe bottles so far ; :vil:: hi' ;, : t'I: '"| u Mi; ,. Arch Unrden f ftl
    Saturday in Alachua. I i I pos i lion as teathc-r I ill the H.l11'11 I I :L'n.l iliiv i.r .Inly. A II I (' : , of '

    11 loriis.O1ktiiitiTs" :M Matheny: has moved, his family and 1 am actually fl'l.linl.hI'U'r today I "('h"I. near Sl .\ ulu..till.. Illiil Hitiil, 1"11"1"( ( ,',.B in nty otTiru . lie* r: N. MllU1wlt., of Stnrki! >; Humpton. MeMain" ;

    ,'nntnlctive. Starke to allow Ins. children than' I have for the past live years.' I Mr. and :\ : 1 I nlI. 11'1.1.1'| | I. tux ilml IHHIIU In .0. tlh- f.ei-ii'i. -
    to to '' ,: h"la'i vl-K- i orhi! ', I, law 'I II h Hiiiil' vnrtirl ati'a P. ,Vnrris, Ii.
    Short itn'd. muscles: and tendon. due school :My appetite- so much better that I e-d relatives at I lake Butlc-r, Sutiud.iyt :. HMII'I\IV: :| | ..:nilniii'i'. I llu; ; fiilluuinit:: InniU ',11.Irlo. I ly '//'a,.,:I'll-. nf (iainesvlle 111,1V.

    i to di euM- injuries, burns etc.lnuii" K.: T. Stew ait spent last week-end enjoy all I eat and I can eat anything,: and, Sunday. .. to,inly, 1 lurliln. itHtn'Hitiil. I nl, i iti I ilulu I i of (ttili' hifhway: were" before tht
    I without the t ( IHH iinci' i-f Hiiiil rllllcHti-M in the dcpartmi-nl last
    want having least touch j ct
    "i di-ease or nerves.! here with his family. . Thurt-
    of I II I I I Pie-pies attended! chinch( at n". li isIKilf i hi'n.iiiurii i I.iirfiruliirly, foril :dax miiiTimir i I (it u' I i ', Ij
    afterwards., All thllm"IIII. ilmjrhetd, ; -
    i i .-;">1-1" plegiawith/ correctable elo- :\11'1 ''. A. A. Iliiynn iinl ihiMii! 'tllff'rn in.lilf'r-t ." it.' i'i# Hu.r"v_ ..'1 I.,. -' I lu-wit \ville'irlMlrnli' ""."...... ;..". ,.. .al". . in Tnl- Kl>i
    f.u' 'mitu, '- vi"-i-tor" with \ siuggisn!; 11'1'11Ilg' is gout i /l.tu" : No 'IH imlnii> 'tin. NVV iiuiiilcnf 1 ". winiiniii, 'r or i Hit1 wo-call-
    Sunday her ;Mr. I ; : .
    I'ldmmyelitiH.I' .I parents in the mornings feeling line and :\1"-\'i homas \'i"it'llwl' SIH- I NK: iniiii-l.( 'i- ..r 11 ".rf'r. S.'o. I& Tp'r.. "f .', "east I and' we-sl" mads" In Bradford
    and :\11'''. I p.) W. Kelly of New Hiver. h' II. It. 22 ii:,. 'Ill .
    ,. <'iin wink i, now without siiffiiing fiom l -. : ,' Butler, I iifrm. iiMtwHi il Unknown. No and,I A/aclnia/
    : I ,.i t miniimgitis, / muscle! contrnetnii U. I D. Johns, of New I River, was 'ULvisitor those awful headaches. :My skin/ has Saturday.S'i'ljt'i' .J 1 l1..t. I ...r(Shoal' N. (rr ..,"1..i.. the H\V qunrli oidi t I"l'eStt'li'I' "uUl1tllt. R'nly the In* .
    I hOle Tuesday' morning.. ( >r .rI ',IIr"'r of \ iiunrli'r, FVo. 25 e-enteii-d i I in I t road fn
    ::4:' x < i u.d\ 'pi'iiphc'ial nerves with :Mi. and :MrJ.. Crews, of Old 1 cleared! up my liver" is. winking ht j I ; Stoke-.s made I business trip Ti VMIIInnu l | . .. It. 22 K. 1" MCI.. nnncmii'il Kurnl i the, .Jacksonville, through I Highland, r.invle.v. m a

    'IIHII I mu-i I I.. paralysis.Nc lint! that constipation. has been removed. !I to Mukes Saturday.I I . :( I -
    i I'radford I I irnli'MM I hit
    Sunday hl'with .hl| | t
    spent ( ccrlilli*I nt Ii'M I I IN ri'ili* 'miiiircnrilliiir I 111'111pC"I1., Waldo Gainus'Ville
    ':,.mmint) I II..f peripheral nerves I Ifiom | their dnujIhter.11': ". U J. B. Colson. ( I have never taken a medicine, I I ). I.. ( lyalt niiide u business, trip to ,, , l. law tux id,.il, h.1 wil IHHIMI, tlurvoron iipnood, Archer, Bronsmi, -

    I niur| >.. Pia 'er meeting 'next Sunday night I that did me so 'mtxh /good as> Tanlac Woithington' I Fiid.iy.Fiank the( 27th ilny ..r (itii.r. I U I lull( ) 1 tI 1 1'. Morris and Vdur Key.'
    All i of course, are subject to and n m glad to recommend it to every O h'l'n, of I Providence, vin- WltniMM. my .Itelli( .1".lu. tinil Nisi! thh, stated, Saturday" morn '
    a-c. |lilt tinh I Will church. .
    (ree Hup t ist I nril day of ,'r. A I' !lullS. om- ing I that the I
    I nfii-al. if m( I tic opinion) of the state | :Mi's. I llattie Rivers and! daughter l body i iTanlac ited, relatives he-re last week.iiorge //Ih. W. T( \ ; avc.n ,, commisuion passed two

    health I oH'nei ami,j the inthopeilic, surjgeon I :Mildred" an- spending/ a few days of is sold by leading: druggistseverywhere. : ( :Miller ('III"'oc Oxford Uni- I SCAM' I'IS.Cl.rh. r"lulonlt at their milling., t Tlio) ,

    ) t'" not. amenable to either) .this week with .relatives here. .-Adv. [I] viisity, .\tl1ltU. fll., week 0-iu-Dt.! Hv It A. VVFr.KS.: ti lir,1 was : 'To adopt' a road, from
    I' .1.j L. Ii.-I'lily I Cli-rl I theItiie C iaini'Mville.I
    U" ni, pi-rnianc-nt) benefit by treat1rnent I j I a business- thioiighValiln' I
    :\11'i ". J.V.. Pinholster" and, :\.l rs. I'. /1"' ,
    J S. olson and son, I Howard spent,, "K.\ILKO.\lr'K| : roHKI.CTS) : I.K-: i I to I I!like But I .,. ;Monday. I I fl-: I,1,1 .Uthl \- I VI U: 11" S'lailii1, IlIwll'Y.I and /I I I/hi//i.I, Ilnmlton.

    : I I'. "1'1' ,. who, c lUll pay the whole or apart Tuesday with lelatives at Pine I Mill.K. I i KOK. I I". 1'. I of ( ianiesville. was a | Thirty: ,"'I. hi> .uf. .. -wlt. tl'm iii-e-tirig in, "" /1 ,' with State non.'C
    t uf thi' hospital ( but : | business i visitor here )Friday. | thi- nth iluy of Hrfohrr. I 11'I Hi. I, tin''riiiifl.t /' Itoad,S No "
    expenses :. II :\ fldreU, Sr., spent Saturday I I. The other, .
    ;; aH Kinirillun' !
    :: wh.IInnol. .in addition. I t afford to pay i i'1 I lake Butler' on business. i| Under the above hi>admg the Turn- i j Fied I Hplinl I i was in Luke I I Butter [ liiiuirlimH, nnil, for J N"rnl'linuirlnHH.' liiiuirlitHH.jlfilvn ,rumor \vas: to piticia( ('IlflV jet 'IM.ulol
    ti".g... ."- fiewill have access to the' Let everybody. try to attend Sup- i pa Times. of the I II I lit mst punts a''! on IHlllin . I,, hi-lrii of John A. l Iins lad(. ill l,ii'..nrii'il. wil .p> >ur i mil a I .1 i < I'. can.p on thl. '

    :1 I Ii. M-rviii-, bj paving( the hospital fees, lay school next :.Sunday morning and ,communication from u man signing Friday 1'"ilA'1 i I iss's Sullie I I amirinncis ply I. thill.innriihlfi I C.'io 1 A. I.s rdi owI'rk This u ''II
    his name locomotive u Uaters I I I ly juiltcint/ Ifrailfonl c.1 Y. I I. lorltln. fur nnulilir n "I 11 to .he a stale, ail i I A
    ni' t\vu dolliii-. , day without charge as II engineer entertaiiie-d I In road
    afternoon.Mr. I rge .,.1 at' ,I'rlvntinull, I lli<. (,,.-C""rl h fn.strue( ions... .
    bv' the. -urgeon.,:: : and :Mrs. S. V. Andreu and chil- who, in a rather rullianly manner, de-! number of their I friends" with a 1'linl.1 I Int' ri-Hl "',mcii of Hulil minora. III In.dlv"I..1 the were given to buy lum

    - -+-__________ tEen spent Sunday at the home of flies ceitam statements made in a re1- VII'i"UI games were 'played rolowlnl (ili'ncrihi 'InnijH to>wt! : Pro her for til, erection, of tlie ( at
    i. cent Herald editorial, headed "A Trag- ''late hour I,j Mtit nf ,,,,rIi.iiot ,, ) i 'i Major camp
    ItKOOIvKI.( ) their mother, :Mrs L. Cone, near N'ewKiver. \lwI'V'I'Y"1 depaitedI i,I 1"01'1 "Irl. an. 1r1'' II'e. Ir"wI. t the1 slate road I
    oily of Lrrors." for I thoir II Hiiiitlii'afit northwi'Ht iiuiirlrr ,ami ,,
    :, I j hO/w", expressing, thein- I I 'Iulrl.'r (,1."urtlwrltlei"'r.i irdiied. '
    w.'Nl half of norlhwiHt to -
    'Imrl"r. millon twini W/l
    I I 1i: ",.kir.. Oct :1 -He\.. :M. A. \Vuudard 1- It. .\. Andreu hud the misfortune First he denies that the enactment se-lves as Illi,1j"tI the oc.'.11"1. I i ly-Huvi'n I IJ7I'5. 'Ip IUi (1r1.t ) H. llnniro vliditni-n I the ,start wolk on tin1 surveys" tho
    i of t the Adamson law which started all II C. business" visitoi I It. IUMI I I I hHMt. L-onlnininit II nil I Hln ncnii, more ,loud, r.r I
    tilh'd I hitegular, apopintment 1 I hi'"reSutiiida of having his car badly, darnagdl by \II Monday. Air. :Moirei, ; was I 113
    ; I the! t .,tint ry's. troubles with ,railroad ,, Luke Butler :Monday. j! "rThl"" hh"1 please-d wl .i._ ,I. gt
    i I > and S u nilay. striking -tump Sunday. I 1 I 1 ) Itlth' ilnv, of S..l| HUB. with $tinslart that has "
    workers was secure-d through intimidating MliS M"I; IIKANNKN.: " I'n'"iI'ntVIIIJI, } and congress bolt i sri\i.iis: : litu '10 .'iii \ :N- Utlr.lal for /Ir"I. 1..lvI unit J. Q. Unutr-t,rdr i and west mad rnnvinielit -.
    " \ II the wiuld, knows that the threatto |Knii.'iit): 10 'I : sit'iilb I I IIIHI, Minora 0-l U-- t. stales I hat I the other r.ul.
    I RIGHT AT HOME AS BREAD MAKER c'\1 111 lireh I I II.d) I hettii'Iii.k, out (
    or hey will
    tie un the transportation system of ha left
    - ------i iI 1.1. . .I r' .. .. I (5.' .
    the the of that law I ... ..""'' .
    countiy was cause ''Ihllllc. O.t. :.1-xjuite bit of 'x- I KH I'l/DMCATION: : 'VIln.
    I 1 In rircuit Court, Slain of HorlU'i. I
    heing passed
    "I"I'nt I I was laii-ed I 'lit rt' last I I-1,liluy .luilirlal Circuit' Itruilfonl County, In (ihii -

    -3- s'liond: hi- denies mat liirmnotivienginecm i If'o'r"1' by t the annul I of two automohilc's /l wry.Morican. '

    J get $H.OO) 8 day for their ,I 'loudeil with deputs'' sinrill'swho I Willis Comnlalnant' I I I 1f1;EJ: 1'S C .tITIII'I'OUIII'.i

    \vnik, alleging that the highest pay weie" hllltll II Ford car and I two 1 vii I i iI -.-.- -- .-- -
    I they, gel is. $i'>.7tt for eight hours or a ( men hud stolen I I 1.lulo WI", I ( M iIt rIil.ICA'ro'r
    whl the
    inn, ,; of lInt/ miles. This may .be true : younl cur 'I l.ron.lant 1I I II In drfiiit, COUP*. ftftt. of Kfirhth
    this ( near t Seaboard shops at I nppi'ftrinir hy alfl'luvii' , ncl.'il to I llti- .', (Circuit FlrhA.
    in section ; but if it is, it is die npii. ,leIA! Urii'lfor-l Chiin-
    flli'il ,
    Jacksonville, stolen In thn '" caimo l.lamiit t
    to the Adamson 1'11 on lhl Ya'rf. I
    law 11'
    limiting the work WI. .
    Will! thi' l.i'-niiiint i I
    ( ,
    I "A"I a nun'i.h'lit \ \ A .
    dav to eight! hours or to unmitigate-d! ,,. Friday morning i and drove out near of I.. Hlnto of '.I"r.ln. soul .h., r>- .(.:.impisinnt I
    I In/mi, SF on the pint of the ,e-ngineer./ Maxvilli* where, as the gasoline I was i .(/' ,.. In or ni-ar the .town of Kihlh; In Cliniih vs :,

    l The general manager of the Penn.hania rotting. low they changed Fords. t therefoi | ciiunty tW..ntyofll5l'Hl5' Hlalii of. 1. In..tlii'rifori',.. ovi.. onli-rml thn BK that of \ Ima AmlriMi.fii'ffmlnnt/ I i .

    '- railroad recently t..t'li..II"' ) ) ., ., one that had plenty, I and I Hiiiil/ non.ri'Hlih.nt !I". sail IK hnn.liy It A
    fun" /ii committee of the house of repf here for dinn.','. They pro'j.,1, nifulri'il to apliinr to thi. 11 of complaint' hill AlciJ(Il'l'aI'ltii' In the( t HlfOv>r ..(r"vl' mtponiu-rl to th. '
    ntutivi-s, tlln flli'il, ..11| ...f on or I.ror. M'jniliiy the Ainlrcu. osiis. tfcnt A I".. '
    iJ -I Washington that in 'toward' th**
    thi r'in
    llllh.url where they Hth ilny A. II llll'l. othrrwin, thnalli'lrntionn ..r."o."I I. *
    I linn I ,'fl states. freight engineers '' jut ,1. non-r.tihl nf InrliJn' ,
    M.7UI) a nowsrit t link in 1"I".h u few miles out by ..1.of, ,11 bill will .. '.k, .aonfiMMvil I ...|"' ,m unknown 1.1.suet thnt (horn )fo unit nu( "her*'r.

    year passenger cngii'i ,I hii neltnl the ,car, and, 'left for 'C"n"uR non fri th. .Inl. nf norlilii, hat thi
    It In . service
    parts further .
    . I is S: |,5JO:: fl'iKht conductors. $'!.- that thin .rd.r of M sub,.',, ..u'.1' l hind .n"l! .
    unknown I | lioferIait *
    Both olici a Wffk for live
    eaflseCitive IH .
    urs th .
    T'.x.; were uvercd, ovi r > of
    pas enger! conductors $:)ii911.(!! This .,.k. in th- llrailf.iril' Te-lricrafin' ther'I'r.. tW'nty-tni. "rare : It t*
    i 's ov < r :411)).((10/ per ,day! for every da>' !and us the men are known it is likely newaimrii-r iiuhlfiihiiil,, In naiil Coiinty county anil ala?,.. ft'n.lnnt' IM.r.h'r,1 sail| In that h Til,fluid, non-r-.l-nl| d!.. S'

    I in I) I the year and we feel sure that no t they Will i soon lie- apprehendedMrs i Thin Si'iil.mlMT :'I. lulu. (. th** ..11 *>/ cfinif.tnlnt r(fll.r"iiuitrl
    intrinter or conductor in C. :M. Hudson I W. T. WPIKR. fir 'IM' Mnndny, the inl' on
    the United returned to her (tfleall \ I>r"1 I[;; : : ilny: of N'lvi'mhor a
    j 'at.workH :tHj( ; in home Jacksonville I A. X CI..k Curt 9. iith'TwIat. thiMlloirntlonN nf paul/
    dajs the 'i at APKlNfl. IN
    / -- I liediKting, the year ..... .,.. :.L L __ ____" Sunday after. 1' r. f....n.-lulnnnl. . _1.11_ will h).k.n ronfct4Hfi| h* H.,iil, flrfffml.
    t days they are not JUl p""ln(", Ir.. !.leU. .

    / ; t .. '.\ .rklll. !!,, their pay would likely be I 'S. .1. SturlinJ. Her "!/b'r.II. nno. Chas.! I, . : : : := ._ It IH further ordi'rrd. lint thin, orifl-r b. pub-

    / ', ;', .. i i' l :! a day. ( ;i.rIP. nce-ompanli-d' her for a short FI',1 SlTI : In llMhcd$ thf iinct llrvdfi.rd' A ""','k County tnr. iirht T ."n."
    ' .
    Now contrast thie figures' with \ pntif.r piihllvln-d a new -
    3 { 'I. t tin. wages paid mercantile clerks" and :\11. and Mrs I-). f.. Hiirby. of Starke. i Following is giverithe program fa 1 1,15 AuiriMt, llth.. 1 915 county. and ntnt.

    l 'N ,. 1 I" ok. I.1.1". tiers: who work ten t" fourteen vi-ited relatives here Sunday.. r. the teachers' institute to be hold W. T. WFKKS.

    ) .:." I < 'it _i dav !preach*' rs und tea'h.'i-, .F. II. Boulwarn., of Island ( irvp.; ,,,_ Starke in the high school building 01.'Hull Ir.rl rin-iilt Cinirt
    n .
    f "11 i in I i' h'-lp and countless thousandsr i uriivofj, y I WrKKfl.:
    Sunday to
    takecharge the Saturday October 2Rth
    T ".. o'litr workers, but few of ir-'t: i railroad sectimi nf .: D K. KNIf.HT. L"P"7 er..I.
    relieving John Murr
    ,". 't:... )h,.If .US much as do the locomotive en- i tut, ..Iutieh.wh"r". Mr. l3nulware'iti'CtN ,J .Song--Institute.Prayer. SolicItor' for CmDI.J..t 11-22-1

    ,.h, .'iti.'<'rund it will readily hr oen -
    'It. I K..v utterly selfish' and f' his family hensometime this. Mint;
    :. of" their demands for increased unreasonable'ii. ,week, II Reports all School fiecorda-Supt (K Of DISCIMIICKTwo .

    -. i if I < ought to have pay. Mrs. .fumes Shepherd and childun.dav C. 1C. 1'oppell. month. ) aft.r dftt h.rrnf I will prmwnt
    > ,
    tc., that sense enough fi (lr r _. ._. _____. '.'_'_Lu. n .. ._ ... ._ ._ _fn 7 Vf.llifh. ._ and final --..."- ." Ih. -frj ._
    i i.w any ini' in their "-- '- .-- "
    n-ase n. .
    ... . pay o. ....y unl :liur- "" ". county J".r/ < llraiUord 'I
    i ,.-,. ...,. .. '1'IIf'I". . .till. have to be, met by an increase, hern with Mr. Shepherd,, who ac- In r'lrcult/ NnTI. P Judicial Onnly. "I"rld. sail si.k! for my final dU-
    "tI ) .. i ,i'ht, rut,". and that this in'r..altf'wIll them ( Clt.Jt. .hn.r. a. .tmlnl.trh,. .r tht- .."t.l. nf Car
    ( oinpnnieyl home to spend Sun n..r.r,1 County florlda. In Chan. ter .
    .. .
    .. .I".d.
    .. .
    .. ;- b. added to the retail B.o. This ,
    .. price of all day. I llth of JulY run
    .. . .. ...... h.. ( 'mlalnant t.
    ) ... .. .J' HIM etsnruof lifiand thus I N
    neu- Marion Crewof Jacksonville visit'd vs l IJ VINWRIfiHT

    ;" I ;\ ." ; rull'' the m<'rea1"' in the "f' W A. Carter A R -
    n Bryant
    -: \ .. ,. ...'..,t railway wages i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I
    k. employees. f. 11 .
    But l.r'ndlnb.
    .i::. I .4 even 'hey'C i : i-me. .
    ,... I ..- this rews, Sunday I It by aThlavll eopenrtWd to the \dmIAI.trlo"
    ...--. t < they.' In-Ii.ntr, to 'hi "l" >ti't, hill flint In the shove elareil: NriTICB
    ...... 'hI. ..,:./11If' "j' ..1II1JtJir:1'....' \ a'Pamn" ,crowd) and care noth- Thomas Hi-dcr of Whitehouse, was: Carter the defendant therein cause name'S.that' W.i I. A.a 81* months sItar date twnof I wi pi...imy >,

    i I. -j for the inevitable. conm-riuc''< of a business visitor here Friday. non rMldwtit of the .1. of Florida' sail hi. vouchers and rnl) account !!...

    Lucky will be the wbo imi.c i.aHiiianil: cano <, g e. their greed.proof , Mr*. Wimberly and ?,riss) Winifred mill* nee In U unknown, anil that there ht no G. A. Oil-dinar. County Jadx of 8rSiiordCounty.
    young': man pernon tha stats nt lorlda nervlcv of ub- florid' and u. to r my final d'_
    wIns this young woman for a helphibit.. will L. a big feature of the of the rapacity and criminal Wimbirley spent the week-end herewith poena upon whom would bind th ,.., eliaric w ndn-lnlntraUir of th _Uii. of J.
    disregard of other I and that he the D. r'a'lg.t] d.ciMndThis .
    over -
    meet ttreacl making has uo fears Fli.ri'l,, Fair., Jack-onvillw, people's rights and relative" yi-era. 1 age .

    for her as proved by that eOllo1\lo"\ No-nib. r 22 to 29. means of living m the fact that even Robert Crews, of Starke, It la therefore entered that lal'l 10th day of 3IU.N-.Y MarA.D.D PAIMlBTr.1'1

    now the whole country is threatened i rrlutives here Sunday. vi.le appear to Ihe bill of cn'npla'nt "''o .Vrfmlnl'trnt-jr state of J. D. d.-

    cause nn or before Monday, the 0,. a.- C-49-IuiO.' -



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    JI .I > "'Iun.\Y. OCTOHKK)

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    :NO FREE !SCHOOL BOOKSUnfortunately

    i 'l Bradford County Farmer- a few parents are .1'I I .. ', I'

    laboring under the impression that : I
    1 they are entitled to free school books i : '

    ! I I this year by reason of a law enactedat k.::. .
    (; !now \\l.\TF.It: PASTUKK! : AMI: I the last "session! of the legislature.
    ('OfH'S Insofar I as the free school book lawis
    1 To Kill Corn Weevils Success i concerned they are mistaken. Sen

    ; l'arltnn did introduce n measure in the
    Tin best way to educe the coat off I
    senate for free school books but his
    ? ling hl'r,1ul' Mocks during the
    I bill failed to One or two such
    t lining' winter is to grow an abunclirncc bills weie introduced, in the lower [
    Fully RequiresAttention of good winter pasture. If you b
    house also, but they failed to get further I'
    have good\ fertile "soil, you will have I, than the preliminary'stages. ,
    f : no difliculty in producing\ u good winter I A few children in the state are entitled -

    > pasture.In I' to free .school books but only Calomel is a dangerous dp'

    discushing the best crops to grow '- through u ,recommendation( and pto- mercury-quicksilver and .llt. .
    I for the winter pasturage, I'rof. J. : vision by the school hoards of the respective ; r
    } !Scott, animal indu'lt'ialiht of \1.1 I counties. The compulsory bones. Take a dose of nastv ,L.( .

    __ __. _ ___ __ ._ n_ Florida Experiment: Station says I attendance law has. a provision whereby day and you will feel weak, sick ':
    .. on good, rich soil or" on a foil that has I I if the board is convinced that parents -

    'p; I. I0.( \V. (') well ( 'lIunlyIt"lItI) 1I.H'I'S1'IS'EKI': : ( Pl'P.11'0l'l011' been well fertilized,|, dwarf Kssex; : rape I I are unable to provide schoolbooks seated tomorrow Don'twork. loge:
    10 I'ltKVK.Vr: :: DKfAYdrotters : for their (children the county
    Whilt. confening with farmers' in will give an abundance of pasturagefor .
    :. I .r regard to method: of controlling coin cattle, hogs sheep or poultry" Sow I will provide books! and a similar feature i /

    i! t weevils I fliul that Some who have (: \\ ill Find That Properly| the seed\ in "rows 21)1.21.2- feet apart, is found in the mothers'! pension I,
    rr weevils have Sell Bert and about five of seed to bill. Outside of these however, thereis
    tried trf fumigate the Crmlcd; 1 0111 I Ul's use pounds I Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead
    M law the Florida statutes !, !
    ::1. made ii failuie of it ; or the success the acle. Prepare a good, seed bed I no on providing
    t free school books. And I
    '. was not In what every, they case had I find reason on inquiry tn exfl. Decay in sweet. ill potatoes,houses whetherin is been before done, planting the latter, which part should of Septeut-I have these are conditioned' on a recommendation : Ilore'a my guarantee! Ask your back to the tore ami, get i .y.

    : I that pert such farmers huve failed 1 to observe usually shipment, due to 01 bruising storage and cutting ber. ]I and, provision by the school druggist fur a bottle of (DodtoaeLiver Take a spoonful of harm 'i;,

    in orderto board.LVRCE. Tone ami take to table DoJaon'a Liver Ton.. .
    .detail n upoonful
    t 1 some necessary then the potatoes are dug. The skin Oats or rye will also be found to ea
    I make success. Some uf these de- good results winter,' If it Juettn't HUrt liver wake feeling great II "
    a of a ,ripe potato is' tough and fairly produce as a gracing CROP STRAWBERRIES: night.' your up ,' r
    : OF
    follow' \ : ,thand,! molili and, organisms that crop. Sow the seed broadcast I aDd atr.u'ghten: ;you right up better harmless go give it to ynui Iltrt
    , I ,' a tight bin. en line rot will not attack a dry surface using 2 to 2 l-'Z bushels of oats to the Farmers around, Staike and Lawtey'are than calomel and, without griping or any time.: It can't aattvah ', Ii
    i The I tighter, the more elective will he but when a potato is bruised or acre, or about a bushel or a bushel! .
    of the making you lick I want to go them cat anything; afterwards
    planting one largest ; ;you
    / crop
    weevil and peck of Sow the
    ' the result A (treat many cut and, the inner surface laid open, n rye per acre.
    ; 4 may he killed, in it l hill made, only with decay begins! immediately, as the5tttrrh I seed, early in October, giving a liberal of strawberries in the history of this
    lumber IIIt' application of fertilizer which should vicinity. Coins! have interfered with
    thivkneMH of rough ,
    j \ imp fact enough wet.vilM!" could !h<' killedin present makes it the most. favorable he largely ammonia. This will induce the work. in the fields but thep lants
    for starting clecny.A.
    . such a bin by the use of large dosage I P. place Spencer! of the Kxtension; Di- a rapid, growth./ are looking clean of wl'llulld fields The demand are reasonably for- OF HIM AS SHE CAN BE I
    I to mole than pay the expense of vision College of Agriculture, says By having two fields, a good pasture plants is greater than the local sup- r.2O .. .
    1I I' the tieutnieiit but it would be much that lit the present' prices. it is worth can be had all winter. One field ply.

    I more profitable to make the walls und while in harvesting to take the extra can he pastured while the other is _ !
    ceding tight. It should l be made l, of bruises. For making a second or a third'growth. ftg
    . trouble to prevent it
    , : two thicknesses of lumber with aI" small pint n potato fork Is the best If you do not have livestock( on the : ; DOWN: I
    layer of heavy \paper between, and it tool to use. After. rt.movinlthe/ vines farm and do not need: a winter pasture -

    i would l be best to have the lumber tongued one can ,dig them out with the fork it would be well to have a cover There is abundant proof that the ,

    I" and grooved.; "lI1alUIIIOUllt\ of with practically no broken or cut po crop on the soil during the winter. cost! of living is declining. The index :
    2. By using too tatoes. If a hue is used great/ many The preparations of the land in the figures of the various statistical '
    material. A bin 10x10x10
    j fumigating of will be cut. Where an acreage; is to full and thl'ot'rllwinl.t/ of the cover crop cies show a drop in food! prices al.ten.I'
    feet made of two thicknesses should! be dug they may be plowed, up by using will increase the producing, ability of in the last three weeks.
    i matched lumber paper of carbondi an ordinary turning plow and I the soil. The cover crop, whether it It i.s not pronounced! but it i ill a recession
    have 1 less than 1(1( pounds
    no instead of having a mould board at- I be oats or rye, can be plowed, under in and that is something.
    !1 sulphide) applied., If the bin lumber is ta<'h a fork like arrangement so that the spring and this will add, considerable i \ Armour and, other large/ handlers' of -A r
    made of one thickness of rough I the ,dirt will fall I through and the potatoes humus. A large portion of our foodstuff predict lower prices.
    It will require! three times that roll out. The plow of course soils here in Florida are lacking in I That is cheering. (

    ccquire must be run well below the potatoeso vegetable matter and therefore the :Much larger; drops in textiles are ,
    t I
    that all the ground is loosened. importance of growing cover crops asa
    live likely than in foods in the immediate
    t is shucked., If after treatment
    With the best of tools careless] farmhand of humus
    (If weevils are still found, the treatment I II' a the source. __ .. A -, future if the middlemen and! retailerscan
    will than priceof ?--n r r m---
    should be , within few days, be held in check.
    r repeated a his Just a little care willnllv HOW' ; | EXHIBITS
    wages TO1.1 I : hE GOOD CORN: Quite recently the piedivtion, was
    using, larger ,dust
    i manv times< over" tl1.XII'1I I time it
    made that cotton and cotton I .
    :'. I'y/ improper application' of thematerial. tukes. Some people, use an ordinarymiddle i goods
    wouiil i decline I sharply. ;Mnee: then
    :Some'; have the notion that l buster. This loosens up 1 the I r'w
    cotton has slumped in sensaI I
    raw a
    u bottle of the caibon ,di l lI sulphide 1l1''II/1.IIIII,1 the potatoes' can be easilyuncovered. Select 1 to/ or more ears that are uniform t I tionnl manner.\ In the first week .ufj :
    I ) placed in the crib with, the ecu'k removed Another" i implement t is an in II i I'i.e. shape' and color. Arrange I cotton futures showc,
    f .1
    't I will lull the weevils, This is ordinary, plow with the rods, l but hnv- them in pvramidal\ form or they which t x +
    I 1 loss of nearly :'ISO; points means
    ; i a big, mistake A Rood way is to pour inir two rolling ,colters on t the beam. may be placed, \ flat on the table. j 1 :S17.; ."i 0 bale, (tetter t ti I '
    a proptrtmid
    I. the material" directly on I the corn. In This does splendid, work where the The color of the eobs "houl.lllI'. uniform >the absence of foreign crop biiving in t W ..w' i r

    r an average sized crib it schould bet soil is fairly compact. On loose soil : 'piefc'i-ably the same color as i i the volume exfected are the, uu-'"-.
    f Ii poured on top' of the corn in IIhnut'I. t the vines are' apt to clog up the murhine. the' kernel that is, white corn usuallyhas The fall iu the price of law' cut "I'I' I ;
    .) Let four each with robs. If the has
    four places. men white variety

    the "f ,
    find reflection i :
    must in "
    k a can of the material enter, the crib, I It always l ) pays to t grade potatoes" colored. kernels, it should have colored I yarns and cloths] and, in all in'pro title-I "f + d 4 1

    1. ltA at the same time. Let them distribute that are to be sold.. Potatoes of nil \ ..hM. I I human apparel that come firm, t tlu.>
    themselves over the crib and each sires and !grades 1 mired will ,sell for The oars should be without blemishes spindle and the loom t f 4 4 .

    I i; cmi' and,I then I the lowest price, whereas: if the select caused 1 by missing. / kernels, worm I The sale by the government of tvs , e1. 1.f,
    r i '; all\ leave the room at once and close potatoes are put together they bring eaten tips, discoloration from being tile supplies left over from the wui' '

    r \1 the door. the. best price. There will bo little demand I wet or hy n y oulllS: I I has served l to weaken' the market foi' I 4PZJ ,

    1 ;( 1.I fly making the application' in for the culls, and they are certainly The butts t and, tips should, hI'1'11 cotton goods but this is temporurv, Sn." ,
    I. cold weather. Tln warmer the weather worth the of covered' Avoid ears with a mixture err (
    not expense mov- too, is the sale of foodstuffs from fhcgovernment .v e
    I the effective will be the t tieat- boI of colored kernels.The u.
    J. more" I ing into maiket. They can always surplus stock act'umulat r.
    ;1. went Fumigation with caibon. di sulphide I disposed, of at home, by feeding to live shape of (' ,' should conform to ed in the war period. I
    t 'I l "should not be undi'i taken when stack I variety type tapering slightly from' What counts more at the moment

    '. .,( the weather is colder, than lill l degrees. I Knrly: \ sweet potatoes are" usuallyImrvesied butt to tip The citcumference, of the than the sale of the government supplies I k
    10 A 1 The hottest hour of the day should, be before they are entirelyripe. I ear should be about 1-5 of the Il'lIA'th.I I I is! the sharp decrease in exports,

    it j';. ;!. 1 selected for making the application. I' These,should l l he put under, cover The rows of kernel' should be dl1..eI of butter, eggs! meats and flour on I!, ,
    1 t !(>. By storing the corn in a tight I I lust as soon as they are taken out ofthe together and straight from tip to butt; I the one hand, and of general materialon There U no animal on the farm lately that an effort Is being u> >
    I: ;;.. : i bill when it is wet or before" it is thoroughly I I ground. If allowed to lie in the irregular shaped kernels detract from I the other. j which Is so Interesting to the boys to put on a big sheep show at na

    ,. mil till" '. Reports have come I sun they will discolor and will not a good appearance.The I There has been a contraction in every and iris ua the ...heep001 and riorld.i State Fair Jockaonvti'
    I '' to me of cases where. the corn failed' carry well. However if the potatoesare ears should be rigid and free j' kind of exporting. With foreign mutton liave soared ao high la price :November';
    I 22:! to :29.!
    to germinate after having been tl'.utI fully ripened, it is an .advantageto from, moulds, : indicating that the /grain I! exchange demoralized, and no rectification -

    >> let them lie in the open until the is well matured and in good seed con- ,, ill sight Europe cannot afford

    tutored I I surface" is thoroughly dry and. the dirt ditl,,". Corn that is !selected from a to buy except such goods us are of the

    I will shake off.ADDITIONAL. pile of corn that has: heated, is likely most) pressing need. -.....v, .
    j oughly dry. corn dry to[ show the kernels! blackened near I' Temporarily this will serve to lower -

    1.f I matured when stored it will not dam- 1 HIKMU'MS:: the cob. prices in America and aid, in lessening -

    age in an unventilated crib. The exhibit should be arranged; attractively the pressure of the high cost

    f ;Many farmers make the mistake of I Canning and Poultry Club Rememberetl on a clean surface without I of living/ but ultimately it will result
    buying carbon di sulphide in small at County Fair colorations as these usually detract in n loss.
    i packages which makes the l'O"tnu'h from the appearance of the exhibit. I r

    I'1 l I greater than it should be. For the Since we published the list. of premiums The farmer who follows the above ,,

    4 I', I .\ 'jt smallest cribs in this county there I of the county fair to be held! at rules in selecting corn for exhibition
    :, ': ( should be used no less. than ten \pound) Lake Butler November llth to 15th purposes! is most. likely to carry away !i Catarrh Cannot B. Cured

    . 'I layout( one gallon ) at each application. '\ inclusive, the following list of premiums a prize. | br LOCAL APPLICATIONS, a* the
    I ( rtach the Beat. of the difl. ...
    i cannot a
    By clubbing -- -- -
    together to savefreight for Hradford, County Canning I Catarrh la a local dl..... greatly tntluni .
    t. t 1" farmers l'llnot"'t/ it delivered I anil, Poultry Clubs has been added: RIG DIFFERENCE: BETWEEN: .d by conHtltutlonal condilion.. HALX.1
    t t ,,1 to Stnrke. in one gallons/ cans for less Best net of .1 I pieces! for a /girl's PRICES OF CORN: AND: MEAL CATARRH MEDICINE will cur. catarrh

    't t than' twenty cents per pound, und inJ' room. consisting of two sash curtains, lit. .la Blood taken on Internally the Mucous and Surface acts *throughth of the

    ) : (live gallons for about sixteen cent. bureau scarf, table cover made of unbleached Even though the farmers are being System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
    per pound. I muslin and slightly ornamented. offered only around, 75; cents a bushel I. composed of some of the best tonic.
    t .
    with the
    combined of beet
    known .om
    ;r "I ; CAUTION. When handling carbon First prize, $!>.00; second l for corn. at present the low price on blood purifier. The perfect. combination

  • fi 'I'( lights and fire, UWII/. It is more dangerous Kest spread and! pillow, shams, of unbleaihed I meal!, as meal is .still quoted around MEDICINE result I la In what catarrhal produces condition such wonderful yT
    I to explode than gasoline. muslin suitably ornamented.First $ I.'J.'i; for a hundred, pound sack which nrumHts etc Testimonial free.

    I Further information in regard to prize, $1.110; second prize. $1.00. II' just a little over $.,.OO a bushel. Al- F. J. Ch.ney A Co. Prop. Toledo O. cr

    I \ r controlling corn" weevil can be had! Hand 1 hemmed, sheet and two pillowcases I lowing for the cost of the sack on each ._ "
    'Z' ,( No[ Worms in a ChildAll
    f from Farmers1 Itulletin No. KVJ'): each with one initial l'lIIhroi'r-1( two bushels, the price" is more than
    !... children Iwohl,'" with worms have an -
    Then it unhealthy -
    --- -- --- doubled from corn. /goesto fi4'
    I I ed. First prix, $u_OO) ; second, prize, ,: color which Indicates pour blood and a* e
    i HOMK: 1I1''JO'r: ( : tyrJO'I.UH: $1.00. I the retailer. nnd the ultimate consumer rule, there Is more. or lei.s ntomnch disturbance
    4 :NOl'KS ,-riys (Il! and t> I.:! cents perpound GROVE'S TASTELESS chlllTONIC:< given renularl
    I i t II l' Onl's. model kitchen set of hand I for his ", ,,"I. In other words for two or three week will enrich the bluotl. improve t'r'a
    (' I It has now been decidedthat towel dish" t..wI.1Lnd pot holder.. Firstprie. ,I while corn is only offered 75 cents a the duration, and act eo a General Strength
    ,, definitely $:!.IIII); second prize. $1.00.Ciit bushel, the meal is retailed in smallquantities eninit Tonic to the whole syniem.. Nature will then
    the Home j land
    lienionstration ('lobcontest '" canning club uniform cap : throw off or dlnprl the worm.,and the.Child wl!!!! Min
    at the rate of $2.S8: to $1.12
    will be. ,
    held in (Lake
    Hutler. First prize $2.IiO second perfect health. Pleasant" take. tic oem bottle
    apron. ; bushel, or to such an extent that .
    November I''th.: :Many of the per ,
    girls --- a r.
    I prize, $1.50.Luncheon. ;: the man who raised. the corn gets on- t.FairLrnb
    : are now busy preparing for the contest.
    set, cover and six mtpkins I ly about one-fourth of what the man LIFT OFF CORNS !
    !i Ji First prize, $2.00; second:' prize: who buys the meal pays. This is entirely ,
    !Mm Floyd the state poultry club l.oo. I out of froportion. It would b..1 I

    j I agent wax in Bradford county September Hand hemmed I table cover and .set only fair to add. however, that many .Ujrse jj f

    UI I and ..ith.'hil,' here she of (H napkins. First prize, $2.BO; second I farmers are not going to sell theircorn Apply few drops then lift sore, "Z" Lupine with ,; '
    visited the State Prison. Farm
    I and prize $.,>0. at 75 cents n bushel and they
    { found the \poultry work which is. being Six hand l made handkerchiefs.. First I nosc.Uagneto
    \f I should not do so if they can possibly! touchy corns off with,
    ..1, i ,. done there quite interesting.A / prize $1.0(1; second prize, 50 l cents help it. as long us things that they

    home demonstration, meeting was Guest' towel. First prize, $1.00; bi-. rmeain high.-;Madison Enter fingersDoesn't
    t held at Johnstown Sept. 2 &&th. :Miss second, prize, !,0< cents. y I

    Floyd !gave! a valuable lecture on poultry \ Laundry hag.! First" prize. $1.00; priseRecorder.KECOKD I I 1I
    ; raising.Mr. second prize BO cents.
    ONE: :
    I 1 ijtt : J. C. 1'01'111'! ; Floyd and Pest model buttonhole. First prize OF

    pi the county home demonstration agent $1 00; second prize 50 cents. A. S. Albright of Gainesville, has The Greatest Combination
    visited the Hrooker club First
    .fA poultry members Best\ model gingham patch: his from which,
    tree yard
    7 I on the 25th.! The object of the prize, $1.00; second, prize 50 cunts.Hent . during a pecan last in he picked 170 poundsof
    ,. 1. visit was to instruct the children how"ir. model ovcrhanded patch. First year
    them for IU) cents a
    1 to select chickens for a contest. :Miss prize $1.(00; second, prize, 50 cents. nuts selling It the full of this 7"
    !I : I Floyd says the poultry club girls at Poultry Club pound totalling $102. The tree is WHEN meaning message

    'i$ : ;. Brooker have done splendid work. IV-t record' book and exhibit lone years small old now. vine:Mr. Albright in his back also yard has -might?' feW farmers in this commumt9 -

    (. Supt. K. R. Poppell and the home cockerel, two pullets) : record book 50 it grape will
    has sold worth of i I fail
    from which ht :$41 to
    at call
    ,' ,demonstration 1I1e"lIt'i"ih'd the Vanderbilt 'percent, poultry, ;SO, per cent. First I once on us. This
    ; .t I and lleilbronn schools on September prize; $.".nt); second, prize $2.50.( grapes this year. I example of master engine.building-must bs
    :1 t, 2Hth.Quite '; ('ann inn I seen.
    i!' n number of people seem to n."t'ari..ty canned fruits and vegetables SEED POTATOES'I SCARCE:: I 3 Type and pictures can but suggest: this value

    \ : i '" I he interested in the canning! of pork limited In I 12: containers. First
    'i establishing achievement.
    I jh; and beef for winter use. The county : prl7." $3.00: second prize. $9,50. Washington, Sept. 27.Southernplanters I 5 This one possible bet.
    ' home demonstration! agent has bulletins Host exhibit grape, products First are advised by the department terment-Bosch high tension
    I with explicit direction for moat prize $2.50 ; second price. $1.00. of agriculture to stock up immediately oscillating magneto-

    t canning/ which she will be glad to distribute on seed potatoes for nextspring's completes a rare engine service full?' maintained by
    plantings; as" the northern potato
    J .1.t upon request. The community PIMNTEKS: FARMER hurt a hit' Prop n little in
    below normal.UrovV !. us co-operation with
    kitchen is equipped, with n steam crop I Froeionn on an aching corn instantlythat a nearby Bosch service

    l. pressure cannot which is the only A f.wl'arll ago! F E. Robbins torn .tnp. hurting/ then you lift station. JPnces-JH I H. P. $75.00-3 H. P.
    type the government recommends, for then of the Telegraph tried poultrrraising Teatelsia chili Tonic it right' out. Ye", magic/ ,
    ; t,of k meat canning. The kitchen is open and succeeded ti" the extent of rtttom vitality son eurroy. by purifying sad .* A tiny bottle of Krevzone coat but 125.00 H. P., $200.00-all F. O. B. Factory.

    for use whenever requested. producing one egg' which cost him ( rlchioitthi! blunt. Y ucan.uon fe lk.S r n tlitnlna. few cent at any drug store, but ill sufficient
    1I f It : exactly! :*10. This year .T. C. Rrvbin- I' lavKorailoii ,.!IT-, r PHc. tart to remove every hard corn soft QUIGLEY LUMBER
    I I i I. Colds Cause Grip' and Influenza; son of the Telegraph tried farming, '' corn or corn between tho ton, and< the & SUPPLY( COMPANY"r.

    I;; LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove (hceuso. anti hy means ,iif (careful cultivation' quarter acre of ground. Printer I calluses, without sori'nmut or irritation.
    ( II I" There It only I on* "Brorao Quinine and, modern method" succeeded in producing I make stunning farmers r ri. Prwxona |Is tire wniiation, discovery

    I f :11 C. W. GROVE'S jltKW'.uf ua bcx. 30j. one ton .>f sanjspurs 'on one- of a Cincinnati geniuj. It ia wonderful ;: -
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    : IU'LEU, ! (''IIII.lIInI ) : i 1 E. A. : i4l! < Oru :Melvin was a visitor here with a universal strike of railroadsvoikers. I I :Miss, Hl'naIurr: returned from a ', 01 Nov p.'IIIM'..."...-, A A'1".uq. D. 1910 WI pUB otherwiaa I'I 1u.I'U"I"the

    i 101 "spent last ('(' afternoon. The whole (country innocent I| short visit to Starke Monday. tine, of mild bill will bet taken ai eonfea.rdK

    yet ,\I, n-: Made .Possible. by I I Illo.trel I tVI'R. are glad, to report Miss :Murray women and millionsof John Winters, of Waldo, was attending .n..1. defendant
    It' furher ordered that tha! order be pub
    '' Minn :\ : much im-
    : : of Hciilth us being very people, ate to be punished ,
    nay ,
    tc. business here :'oluntluy.luitl' .h.d nci' u week for eight conai-euti veer .
    cepted, a starved to (hilt Ii, unless the demands fell hc-ic-, ,in I 11l h, Itradford County: Telritraph. ne wepa-
    ( shower
    iiieen, !state health', the place] being (. services closed Sunday at of these ruihsus, workers are grunted tt refreshing iI I l<'iHh,d I 'a iald county: and atatet
    :Monday night and I all the straw bins, I "a ,' August A. D. IPIP l
    'rot i in' a circular letter ,, ill health of one : church after a week's dura fro the ninets millions going to W. T WEEKS,
    i physicians of the I( Olira Ward. !\ These services were conducted !submit to this" Will they hand the growers were glad to seeit us it hn .. Clerk Circuit Ourt.Illl .

    i .u.ditic-s.. of the board 1 for Gainesville, 1 i ev13N. Seal ngoofhNewSRi'kr., country and its government over to been rather dry fur plant setting. Ol WILLIAMS
    who are crippled, u \\lnle. I LI: T. these labor proliteeis! ? Rev James.. Strickland Mll/ii d his lolicllo. for Complainant 0-Z9-0t
    i I. d i4.ubh'K Supt. E. n. !! I, services were attended by see Third the I : .. .. . .-- ....
    '1 i I' from nervous alleged loconiotise engineer regular appointment at' Msciirn l I.

    r .. arc curable1.tho here Friday. of the young folks from this le-poiuli'lit, of the Times!! denies church Saturday and Sundav

    part of the cir- Mrs Flora ". that an.s pe-rsem of intelligence Roy Thigpen, of Wald.I. .' \
    thus,.. matter: demonstration lI : .... Edna Baxter spent Saturday can learn in sixty days! to run a lo tar here Sunday.
    officer feds that :Miss Floyd, I Sunday with her parents. comotive. A few "
    I lth t days! after this! fel-
    is the Tallahassee, Baxter arrived home Sat ill- losv's Times John :Marr went to B'IIII'' "I.i Mmula( : I ,
    children denial
    r nppled' I II I r the '' published a I' ..

    I poiisibility: of all of here amonc :, morning from North Carolina, communication: .I from I p. (). .I Rickman! , to visit_ _friends:.._ __ j .
    .. ,
    nii-ibilitiets', connected 1 Thursday few days visit with his parents. o P 1'until "--- -I w ho Is IL retired 10.

    The physicians oft companied by (' i i literary society' has \been 0' Jrlln. coniotive engineer, and he stated, the P1MO: HILL

    -t t assured.. that these 1 little Louise! :'; ,, in the school with the following fact while he1 was limning a locomotive

    "II.' to receive at the 11. C. ' (' I ' : President Luciin llaxon: for the Cuba Company in Cuba Pine Hill, Oct. :8.- A. 1C Surrom vivi

    u'lir i Ip|,-on the best of sur- ul'"knd

    I t thnt the state health n two weeks' i rv, l.ubedill Pinholster. ; organist, untaught unskilled. Cubans in with Ins father, A. 11. SuinncvWe "

    ,rally, see that these I II 1 I Hand Clews. i Abernathy ; sergeant-at-ami'/ charge of then. li.roinotises.! :Mr. Rick are glad to icport ;Mr, "Ilrrn

    I s not hUiTfir pain when' II" i, Tuesday with : \' Ilazen. Program conimittee' man and the live other American engineers .
    Colson the cotivalosc.. hs>
    .tied, ; that they will MM\ict>, and his t i ] llaxen, lnif.: Abernath> and in the service of the companyt'xpectel on c-m

    r I considerate treat- \ sec him back i ID. i Crosby.. the result to be many disastrous .. A. B. Suironcy mode a lm '\\I

    I '",> will not be nln '- ,:' I W.: Haien/ I 1 program f r rich In'c.tingill I wreckbut not n wreck occur to Stake Saturday

    j ,'p hungry. : th" Primitive ,' to the correspondent for red. FI'Otll" hilI he, says, we infer Alvin C'lc-monn, >>f I lii: I Ii. ''I' II''

    In cure of the indifrI iI / l Creek church I These meetings! will take that the fuse 1 Cuban ongiiu'ern did not Saturday night: with hi' I II, clue,

    I crippled, children of i Fred flaxen each Friday nighand the' | id>- I have more than: a sseck's instruction.I 110 Surrency.

    ..itcd by BII act of the' the week-end I ,- is.. irsitel I to attend But this fellow in the Times says A large number of 1111'' II" "

    : ''I 11. and! is n concreteiic :Mis' Nellie - --.--- that "a man 'must serve from three tended services at lit.i Itll'' III

    ''I' un the part of her" home! at I FFI( :MANAOKIt): ; : I IS (OUTs to (live yoais us u locomotive fireman"
    ", ilo a real construe days visit,. here : FAI"I'S--I: I'T IIKAH: ) ) S (C hcfore'le' j, coinpc-tent to run a loco the past

    f, I ., for, the poor peoples J.V.. :Morgan: I motive. Hoss utterly absuid I Littlochildren ( 'h'tle'nl.t! was in Br: " I'UI'

    s nterting, <' the association" / I ii .1)) Itl-:F'.N: .OINC;( / cneis when-: are !successfullytunning day afternoon

    iiidiitcnt helrll'.1 Saturday: and NN HILL nut t SK\IUM.: : : big automobiles and, if they
    uatl nearly nor :Miss i :Maude I :.\ ( -I\: F'IN1II.11'I:'; : :: : "'- only had the strength, they could! \OI'ICPo ; or "'S1.\. 1"MeilICGK, .
    1 ,
    HlVr ) I. I
    'l l's n ninnthr. I.i I iniiduetivc teach the :Mt. I : TVKINC: TANLC.. I ICUI'II I i to run a lonnnotivu inside.. of a 'nt tnviiieh<.in nml I ii usl, "r 'ht
    !1"1'i the best and most I ed :Monday. fortnight. If .IMV' one i IV ilispospd. fn II.".. a..u. A. (.nixrllitot, *. < Il I

    ( nt. It. P. Ciuiney : 1 ,' five years.. now I have been challenge tin- statement; ; let;; him I Kriiiiriml .",,"IY. Flot I,itiltninii-l' idus., l Sit I Iunl
    I illHcluirKi' HI
    I h!i officer is taking up the services at I for something that would re bring a lucoiiiotiiehere, get permission "I I A. Ilveil. iliciniieilMPIICK
    > tin.., activities of the Mrs. II. C. ( my tl'uubh'l1111t1 have found it at of the- autheuitles to use tho 'I'lls Olle tiny "f S..""h."I"'

    <'h with the broad 'otl- was a week-end in 1'11111:11'li,1 George; ( L IJed- trucks for the t'aperinu'nt' and we I lulu'

    'I. 1 M pu-seiits! .. the spirit of :Misses Lubedw of :1721: Central I A"f'l1ue.oan"l8); I will take hot h boys and! girls! out of I'm'h'' ' .

    anxiouK to make it nin Abernathy have :Mo, the other day. Mr. Bed the I'UlltO tioidu; high ..<'I1OolulI have -:-: Tn--l't'1I1UII--AMI I llUHTIIKH:

    the citizenry of the for a few' days. I / i is well known in business circles! them successfully running! that locomotive XII i Is. -'inH inclilili-il ti> il". 1 1Uynl. I.

    "n faire, wishes to extend j :MiV.. 1 hold]",' the responsible' )position! of inside of u fortnight.In : fat>- "f llrnelfeinl. ci,in,,"M ,r1, ill eli
    1 I',,,.rd. HII- reHiui'wIe'il, In ,IIHV II I .' li'liriitthnllli
    the Bacon
    I t f t the "service us near us liivcih, were in manager with conclusion.; The Railway Age, and nil IHM-HMIIH. "li., S limn
    .ill indigent children day afternoon : (' Company. organ of the nnhsays in America nxiiltii-l xniil i-Klnli-' slut) lit.IL' tnu -InlyHlllhinllriilMl.

    < ,.mini"' ; capacity 1 is l ld 1e1 :Mrs R. T. O the 1 past few years." he t con states) thut at l the end l of "June 1011! with the. iinili.relgn.1. uilniinn.Irntnr .

    i I li\ any chronic malady Plant City, being I "I have suiTered constantly I the average earnings of a railroademploye I I linytllt l within l>cforcMrr oneyeier tuirreilI from. dub. i.-rcnf orI

    ''n1'rtnble i by tin rgical1 ; count of serious I'tol11l1'hIn,1 liver troubles and I wen H10" per 't.'UI'. Now, 'I't I Hfllli tiny of September. Ittlli!
    \1 I.!11's. in other worita, ily. I tried I different\ kinds] of ( in 1910)!* ) the average Is l,5UU: : a TOM liYAI."ilifint. .

    i ,11 ul eonstiuctive sorvi The .showers of .. I .. and I diets I kept getting | your. This. mind! you is the aierage, Aili. ,i nut rotor

    i-, 'it becomes possible! .. all the time :My lin'l'11- -u which' includes the section laborers.., -
    much appreciated NOIICK: TO 1I..111'IIIIM11: l'IU'II'TOIlS'
    I h that it wouldn't act at all working fun' :;::i) (
    all' I dimming of these T. Louis of l I !>! gt10.0O: u month stationporters III' the roimty'es t II ilfonl
    'MIII' into channels of infulness my taking some: kind of cai wipers, nod others.. whose county leirliltt.. 'In rrfibnti
    t in the lines best here ,Saturday I purgative. 1 had a !sallow, tinI svages are fat below theme. of engineers i. ,In IdIMnl.: : .. oC rim, ', P Crt -
    ;\11 and :Mrs. ;
    'ii( m considering! whatever of : I look and would. got up in the / and coiuluctois. The reason engineers list.1 Nullc.T. .
    I children, ,
    I is ,ias remaining uncoriirmitio feeling so dull and languid cannot "support their families .. nil c-ri.illtiira. U-tinU-r*. dlelIhute' and
    *. holster and : ) 1 didn't have a bit of life about' on :jr.1I0:: ) tei :If j; I.ODO It year IH that they nil ,in,II t.,,,. having chums inii ili-mnnilH lgmnnl
    :Springs; "spent I :My food almost me too much for automobiles ... ..1) eittntcYnii. :
    of the which gave indi-1 pay jesvoli.v -
    MM' cases ,
    may their si"h'r.11': ". unit each of you a" tie-n-tij nntifli-il
    i" i in lulled in this.. service Grandma and I would have I and cluthing for their women folks.. and rt-iiilre-il| to |present any clAlmH end cluitinnili -
    I week. | \' in the pit of my stomach as 'They ought to do I like the rest of us . which you or either nl' yml. mie) hnvellKiilnHl
    crosse. this what I had eaten had formed -buy cheaper goods.! : lie the iHtntii nf ('horn's T ('".on. d-.
    II i 'hsl" 'Ilal'9! or deformities of {I May too theengineers '
    E. S. Gainey re"niu-il, rule' of Itrnd ford ( ",,"Iy. Florida 1 tolhe
    and joints. C. :Moody, and. (' lump there. I was badly con- I .. ate rather too fond of an < uiuli-raiirni-cl. iiilmininlrettlx ..f said. -Htnle
    .(, palate I ., and if I ate any lunch at occasional game of )poker.- Punta within'I I 'Iwo )'.-...... from tic Into hi-n-of
    tt disease passed through I would, always have a mean 1 (;lIl'i "Ia Herald.Mi'lor 'Inti-il Si-iitrmhrr' 20. A. I II I 111 III.
    enroute to Swift CORA i. (' I.
    ' right afterward and. felt
    I uoal'rulosls! of other bones and'osteomyelitis. Grandma Bl< I MILI.1Ih 1I- t1.IIt. An Ailmlnlntrntix nf milil 1-jilHtei.
    \\' and I out of sorts that I I :

    end here with : hardly do my work. I hud. al vnrlrI.' nF AI'PI ICATIOY. foil TAY. I/Frll
    ..ISIIC It. iainey.. \ taken good care; of myself) and : OK -liE'--
    I I I Jet :a. -.C(i'iile a nuiibei of
    of the bones. Grady Kelley
    mars 1.N.ltAI: HTATIITKSIlireliy :'
    understand what the
    AnklyoHcil joints. here with ( was oui people. atteml.'d the association" at mace, In ulven Ii,., Chan T Sllcot,
    lub feet :Misses.. Olga : of my trouble. I S."ift reek Saturday and 1 :S'niJa.sFjiinan :; .' pnrchiiHe-r of tnx i sate ve-rtillnite-ii nutnlHndn .
    : three weeks ago I lead! a no- Stokes made a business Kiecllvily| 1IH and All limeit-il. liy the tax colnrtor .
    i 'limited and malunited fractures. Shrner were the about Tannic and 1 I : fur llrmlfonl County, .rlnrliln" Bnlcl e...
    papers Hip Lake Butler
    01,1 I 1 or recurrent dislocations Saturday I to Siatul'dly. ilkntiUM .bring clnti-el law 4th day of Rc-plm-'
    It'IIII'i's.' ) diseases! or deformities of Little :Miss! : I would investigate it. Well, MINK.. Jamc Biolhng has acceiteil n I brr A. II 11)1". and I ci-rlillcalo D& lie-lnv dab
    .letand tendons. in | I only taken three bottles so far ,!i I position as' teacher in the Sampsonschool r Ird the I Znil day of July. A, II. I1H\ and has
    i Saturday
    : am actually feeling better today It led" niiiil ci-rlinrntt-H in my nlTiru and baa
    near 1 St. Augustine.Mr. .
    Ili-inm-- :M. Matheny: iiinilinpiilicietiim fur Inv deed. to IHHUU In
    aoii -
    \ ilkmanns mtractive. ily to Stake to 1 have. for the )past live years. 'I : and :Mrs itolnd'Ihantrl 1 SJSK- .riliinciwith' Inw 'I'InHtiiil, ce.rtiO-atf.. r.-
    -II'' trued muscles and tendons due attend school. : < is su much better that I' e.l, relatives! at I akt Butler Hut III clay Hturlui-lv' imhrnri-' Unfitllnwinu InndH InItrndr"rd
    1"1 all 1 eat and I can eat anything and Sunday. tounl y. 1 Florida. ..>.- *., d I r the dale
    i r S, i r i I' injuries, burns: etc. 1.;. T. Stewart: ] I without having the least touch '(, nf the iHMiinncinf add' n rtlflrnle-k In the,
    li 'Jars ",i' disease I ( or nerves. here with his '.. afti'rw arils. All that II. C. I'loplos attended church at Ills ",. HHiMS-tivi, If ne,n'Itiiifti i ,iiitietueilnrlyMil ,
    1 furl h. lu." II :
    i i h, pli Kins with correctable elemyelitis Mrs.\ A. A. Bradford Sunday.
    I sluggish feeling is gone. I get f'lrlillrnliNo. \HH tat i nrm h I ',W urr
    Sunday visitors l : the mornings feeling Ill' and I Miss I ..! Vngie-/ Thomas visited 'her sister of M: nun rter if MSV iiuartci. in 1To.

    I IIn.111'1.4.: i 1) W. now without suffering from :\11'". j. ;M. :Mutt, .f 'Lake But lor, 0.:4" It. JJ I 1-:.. Ill nc-ni. "... Sd, Unknown
    ( ilillrnliNn. r 5 rml'rnu. ,
    Hi IW
    miniummuscle, .. ,.ontruII quarter
    in l (- U. 1) Johns Saturday.
    awful] headaches. My skin has. of 4\s epinrli-r ..r NW mm" ' II,... 25.
    visitor hole Tu<,,. up my liver is working light/ I I Si'oboi Stokes.. made a business''! trip Tn, 11. S. ,It 22 K.: Ill HC,., asred Sarah:
    \pciiphciiil nerves with :Mr. and :'olr- .. thntOn"tipati"n has been re-1 i to liukos Saturday. WllllnmnI'nliNH.
    i ,l le paralysis, Nnld ce-rtill,'iil.H" -10,1"| i iiirciinlifti' .1|, !mid
    Uradford.pent I have never taken a (1''I. L. lyalt made busine-ss .
    % mellicinl'I a ''! trip to Co Inw. lux dull oil .min ea thn'rcmn
    of I
    mini a peripheral nerves j jiurv their daughter : un' so much good as Tunlac/ Woithington( I Friday. the 21
    [ t I' i Player meeting !' : !glad to recommend it to every 1'iiink Oste-e-n, of Providence, vis- my otfirlnl iiiiriiatuiiinl ..'nl !this
    I \ nt' of ioniseare subject to ) at the free! Will iteil( lelatives here ]last 'k. the 21rd day of Si-pU'ltilx-r. A I II HI1U.
    svec W T W hCKS[:
    t if ,tin of '
    i III opinion the state i :Mrs. Mattie { is .sold. by leading druggists.. purge :Miller entered Oxford Univeisity (SIMM, Cl.rlc.

    I 'i'li tb.'u, Mildred: ate ' \ herl'-Atv.! .Atlanta (in.: last.. week. lly It. A WBKKS.
    I I ,' this week with A i 0-20-61. 'n?,1''I''I' > ,I
    ---- .1. I.. Blown anode
    a businessttip!
    '' I
    ,'II i pel'mam'nt benefit by treat- I :Mrs.! I.| W. .! > \IKK: (omtlX'TS); :; AN KR- to Butler Monday. |: fI'ltO: OK 7--(.1I i ,AIIIIIVSti- :

    "r, S. Colson and, I Ron" /F. 1' Ljman of Gainesville, was a I I 'lltirtv diivH nfli'r ilal. ,.. h, ituf, in ti ,wlt.
    I'. .pic who rain pay the whole or n I 'luesday with '(. __ I business! visitor! here Frulay. I, 'lhi> 201 h duty of tlcfulx.r. .IMI'i I I 'h, und,'rIgn.'d .
    "if the hospital but .1 ... Kilikrdlnn fi l.arniun:
    expenses, K.: H. Andreu Fred "r llmiirlnHH,
    I the above heading the Tarn- j Biellmg was III I Lake Butler l[ llitvn lionirliiHii and J. CJ llniir IIIHH
    nnnot in addition alTord to minor
    pay i'i I lake Butler [
    i '!>! of the lllh inst.. punts n on business.. Saturday. hi-lra, of John A. !n-iiKlni. di, : i am d t. will apply '
    1 "Mfei. will have access' to tho' Let' everybody ,In the ,
    from a man signing: (Friday ,evening Alisses.. Sallie and, ; \ 'cntdinui, eoutt-
    i by haynig' the hospital fees, day school: next I F""lt'i.'utN'.. "ly judge uf Itriulffir-l connlv. I 1,1! rtiln for an
    as u locomotive engineer, !>! c-nte-rtainc| a .. .
    rd aril ,, .
    / >, "' ,((01111I'II day, without charge afternoon.Mr. r to nt i.rivnumil Ih. "'II fi urth un.
    "hi in a rather ruffianly manner, ile- number" of their friends with u ,IIII'M'I'I' divfdi-d' Inti, .reiit ouch if ...101| | minjm In tho
    surprcon. and :Mrs. S. .. 11 statements' made in a !'l'- Various" games! were played following dmcrihid. InnelH to'wit

    -- dren "spent ".I'll Id editonal headed ".\ Trag (1 late hour when everyone departc'd Hoiithweiet quarter, of "rllllll.t iiimrtt andHiiulhiiiHt
    BHOOKKi: their mother, :\Il'!>! I for thoir hurries iiuiirtc-r of nortliwe-l iiiurte-r nndwial
    p : Krrors. | expressing! themselves I hnlf of niirlhwi-Ht ,
    River iitinrlii 1 action twcnyHiiivin -
    I he denies that the as having enjoyed theoeeasioti.. I '127)) 'I' live H
    enactment p | itnng.dghtm'n
    ''ti, ,.. Wood-1, 1: R A. Andieu : I
    iki-r. Oct :I -Rev. ;M A. Adamson) law which started all II. C. Pc-eple-s wns a bovine.. visitor HKI' East: contciinintr In nil lt-i: > nova mare
    'till.d. hi1- regular apopmtmeiu hire! of having his or li'n..
    '. lei Lake !Butler: :Monday. 4.
    .. troubles, with railroad l I I1'111I11
    ,nii'ilay, and :Sunday.; i striking stump : ... 'Iliix Hllh tine' of Hi-i.t. HUH.
    was secured through intimi 1- MILS MAC.C1IIUuardmn : ; '; IIIIANNEN
    !, I'rl."iI.ntVil.on, and congress. -1'1':; :: \IEIlS: n\i 'ioB.\ \- for .:lIrll...... lulvn and J. k. Doiitrhuu. -

    .. world knows that the threat |KN: ; THEIU1: |R 10 'I'Hi:; :till\ | I M'"0'.. 0I '\I.&L\

    RIGHT AT HOME AS BREAD up the transportation, system.. of --. - '"

    i was the cause! of that haw Highland' (Jet.t ::1.! -*lllil.- a hit of exritimont I I OKIlKIC FOIL' I'llDMCATION:
    1 In, Cirtuil ;
    Court Ml ale of lorlda.. FHirhth:
    passed ( was luuseel heie last Friday udirlnl' Circuit, llreedfonl County, In (' .

    : : ond, hi' tellies that lommotise aftc-rrioon by the aiiival of two autnmoliile's I eery. 'h..n-I.

    : get $S.OI a day for their loaded with, deputy she-riffs I, Morgan WilllH.Comnlnlnant I I I

    / E alleging that the highest! pay who were hunting n lord car and two 1 va I _
    ret is $1.78; for eight!: hours or a who had | 1.,1.. Wellia. 1
    young men stolen the OIW.t
    111''f.m I Defendant. 'fllt
    1(10( miles.' This may be, true I In Court penlJrAT10N
    near the .Seaboard shops.. atJacksonville. It iippiarlntf l" alflilnvlt Slntr. .r
    y .I.'n..d' to 'Hie 1"lnrid.
    Ir.ult. F.lwhtto
    section but if it I
    ; is, it is The ear was. stult-n ...nFrldllY Mil nli-d i In the ahetvoHitMtiil. l cautiu that '.1..,. c ary. IIradr..rd r"unl: Y. In Ch.n'
    ( Adamson law limiting the work Willm.' thi> difi-ndiint ,.
    r rf ri thi-rfln named In n o. nuiidiht A. O.
    morning unit drove I 1 An.ireu
    1 eight hours or to unmitigated out near uf the HUilo' of ." ..rldn. and she n- I
    1 >II: on the part of the engineer.! '' 1lu'lvilJ.'h're., OH thegasoline' was "" 01,-. In or near the town of Kilith.; In Clinch Complainant.

    general' manager of the Penn- potting low they hanged Fords there I county.>nty.e>nii tctatei yiara.of It( the-n-forei' : ,over fJr( i.r'f"'h oflwi Alma AndreuDefendantn I

    i a railroad leeently testified he- 'for. ono that had plenty utiel l'ro..d.1'h.r. said. non.raldenl fimilnnt hinnd' In ln-r*.hy .
    nl''arl. ..
    committee of thehouse of rep- for ,dinner. They started then r. iiiin-d| in. Raid to, appinr, to the hill of rnmiilnlnlnll hull, flied In Ih" Ala," eau-that lh.
    .if Cause on ticforo
    or Monday, the
    \"(', in Washington that in toward : t udrru I.. ,'f"n"nnt .
    Middle-burg Hth
    whore they got tiny uf fh-bihi-r. A. I). IDI-i. olhi-rwlH. tinalliualiona . therein' nam.d. IJo
    i I t "n state's' freight engineers now -III' k in u branch u few miles out and by add of aid bill will .be tuk.n eue ron.fifnied "In n..n-.I..nt,' ... I. or the aisle..n10.1' 0' 'I..rlol.Ih.... and her a

    .; a year, passenger engi- | banclone-d the car and left for parts. It la furthe-r fi-ndant oril..ri < f"ijlt I a anhp"cns .
    freight conductors, f-! would' hind '
    i !! add
    I defendant
    unknown Both c-urs wcreleiovercd. once a we-t-lc fur liveionneeiitive ,Ix law. . and
    ; >: [ .enger conductors $a.IIIfI.!) This! wr."In I io thi- llradford. r.umv 'rarK. noun II" ndur.. .r.1, eg ulwrnlyon.. ve.ra : It I.
    f i' :.flOdi) pel day for I'yr day and as the men arc- known it is likelv 1 I nwt.pnpr t-uliliilii-d In Haiti. i 'ttnly and slate, r. C'S ClI,, h.. and I. that n..n.r.'d..t' d..
    \ Y"l1rInl we feel sure that no they will san.. bo apprehended' I'I -4.,'". mt r i linn I, h0. nv IJl. ...I .m"I0..t. mid n gal In red add to appear

    ( i .,:r iir conductor ;in the United Mrs' C. M. Huelmin" returned I" Ini Clerk w T Circuit wrr.KHC'Hl ; : Court. "\ /I.r Lr'.I" r M"ndny.. the.. 9n1., tiny of Nuv.mber csua IIn.

    works :Miin days in the year i home ut .Jacksonville Sunday sift' i ivmt > \ / iDKINSt. I ,II,1 lh. .1I..l/nn.bp /..Id ....I .....1
    I tmir the days they are not with her parents' :Mr nod1r, i lulu f rnuliilnein' :5-alNOTI'E .n' .r..n'l.

    their pay would) ) likely be I S .f. Starling. Her sister :Mi ('h,. (5,5,, I.,,,, r ,-"I'r.,1 that thm order .IW pnh.

    ,( i 12: ./no a day. Gorge: accompanied her fat, II h "r' I ii .'I 'Iliad S., 'rd'' ',..far.u"t.'' Trllwrnph.esnnawutlvei Wii-ka.

    \', contrast there figures with l.'I 1 a now.
    I' 1..1
    visit.Mr. '''n old """'*' and' net..
    I " paid mercantile clerks and : and :Mrs 1) L. Rigby of ,. .115th' IvlVtW.

    ? pars who work ten to fourteen si-itcd re-lative-s here Sund.i. T. WEEKS

    I ,. a ,da\', preachers and! tcaih"is" .I. II. Bi.ulwanof Islan 1! !' I '' Clerk rir. Court
    By n
    A. WFKK3.: :
    I is" h.Jp and countless thousands anive-d' Sunday to take chaii' r1 i **""'" Cl"rk

    'r workers, but few of whom girt railroad .section, relieving .1111,, st r n -I.-.IIT.. .
    r fir c
    ) much as do the locomotive en- for duties omnlainant. e*42.11tNOTICE
    elmwhcnMr.: PeMiects ..
    and it will -
    readily be seen hm .. -
    family hensoon '
    nsvi "II
    I ,
    Y I utterly selfish/ and unreasonable .ck.Mrs.. : flF 'JlI'I"IIARGE'
    ,' demands for Increased
    pay. : James n> nn.r dote hereof I will *.>-ntI'd
    f / ought to have sense enough to Shepherd and )h i le I II+ . t final pr
    arcount ti> tied lionrlu.r ,
    rr I i that iinv increase in their pa" of Lawtey spent Friday amiI.iv l I ,o. . .'..u"ly Ju
    .. to be- met by an increase' ,ri here with Mr. Shepherd, I _I Uufht) "Ii. -i' I " and ni>k for .my. nnal din.,
    "t".I..r' the .. .
    t i nttos anti that this increase eautpaniell l them home to span, i .. ride h. ... -I., r, an,.dI .1. of CarI.
    t added to the retail price of all dllY. nr' "k .II' -I.IV i.l July 1IHN .
    .i' '
    '', (....nri..H of life n'
    and thus neu- :Marion Crews, of JaokMonvild. i II WAINWRIGHT
    the increase in the art A '. Bryant
    of n
    wages .t' .1( his ,
    pan'II'11'! : and MrI' %f ', Irr',ii
    employees, ,
    even if 'hey n s
    Cn'WH Sunday i i u,hoy >ill a'"f Ida it i, "dal I t ih Admlnl.".""
    I i, thi., they he-long to +Hc "I 11) ,n't ( I I I' ,Ifni;, .as the ah' .M itaeid .aua, hat 'w A NOTICE
    ......risr: :r.. !!) : a'Pnmn" crowd and care noth- Thomas Ilislor Whitenou,. tan 11"- 'I,i.. ,|.f, '"danl) "ll.r. ", "usl I ., "I SU' mont!... arts date, Iwn-of I will present
    thi. inevitable ponnerucnrc. of a Viiiilnemn visitor hero Friday. '.on., | ',f It" woo ..r rl.rida I I ,. teIthi I Cro eny vouchi-rn and\ account to thv Moo
    I raul"cw M 'unknown and that thrr la A. Sari nero County: Ju-lu of Bradford
    Lucky will be the young man who aniiiHaKiim' grei'rl | Mm. Wlmberly and Minn Winifred pernon In the Dial of Florida' *.ervi i, of nuhnoina no. County, rlorida. and ... tor my: final' deo)
    wIne this young woman tor a helpMutts will. Let a of the rapacity j jWimberley. spent the week-end herewith 'upon whom, would bind I hi- fi-ndant. .rharv aie adminintraU' of taw *atai. or J
    meet Dread making has no fears FI.'r' ..; it .' of othfr} pc-oplo's rights and i ian .: relatives and .thai he In over the a*<" of twvntyonayeara D f'ailurtt.' difraurdThla .

    (or her. as proved by that eunajsiEg Xm n >.. r' Jj , .. of living' I is the fait that even Robert Crcwof Sturke-. visited It in -re-forp, ordered that Maid nnnrealI'Hnir loth' day: of SIDNEY:Mar, .A.D.D.PAnOETT.1419 !

    rt.w the' whole country is threatened ri. '!native s her- Sunday ,to the bill of eompla ni-d m (aidcaum XilmlnUtrator Estate of J. D. Hailit. nr before- Monday. the third day of cea.eM1 -JO-Clmo.

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    ._-- -

    MUTILKH\ -D J i

    PACK }:
    --------- --- .. _
    ' Al I""M
    IGII1'"D an'1 ....'ution ut the noinu of ;Mi Mid! o I i ifl q l w d ip ' ii Il''' ' p
    1 '
    llh Vuu 9 i Ip o
    :'ol.J.. J. McLeod.: fl I I h ,
    ... J. W. :McLeod, Jr., who tucently icciived I II I ., ,,1111 I uI'iPllll i'I ''lld '' -,.. _- ,

    his honorable discharge from _

    1 i the navy and had taken up his resiiliiii ,

    Iterrih, !I 'c in 'Jacksonville, is now in Law- I i = ,

    Itcy I enjoying a vacation at the home I ,in y
    --- uncle Mr. and Mrs. I _
    : ---=-- elf his aunt and ,
    um.or ?sd 6 :.atbii'J' 117r ,dI
    .1, .J.I ;Mi-Li-od. q l p/em/
    Our I nl loakfor of yyt +
    During the Wuk by cousin I i Do ., the 9St Ih ;,;,
    with her xs
    MiHCSHIU Terry i "
    blvndednr- 1 y' 3m1"f. ;W' :; ,R+
    respondents.ews enjoyed, a delightful I I 'i" ., '
    both fn>m Jacksonville, P'o i1' ,
    the Te..yh..mel I i (;gMElwltiee ;.n kR' 3 ..w ,an
    werk< -end visit ut II l1 of them ; "w. r
    >teud, where the new buby. !Hil- pl'' -=' I, L al oao + 5rT'rr. n I meS' Y...,:9+ r M 17.M iCAn' r_ r,

    I Woman's t'lub ,du Lorn, is still reigning wprrmellon't QI IIII !, +; j vt' ; h n
    Tht Inki' Butler roimi be welcome t
    will .
    I forget I
    you - -
    it the pi "ple of lirndford l county at the special Children's Rally Day :

    ti help them make the Alkahest Lyceum exercises in Grace: :Methodibt churchut Wf 'tt,.. !! '::1\- o Cigarettes made to r ,. ,
    ,'Oui I Iltl+ ,ituinments." The first attractior hour. There will also he an illustrated -,,;y __ :: L;..., \ ',>1"7" ,\

    '' November will hi given in the month of talk by the I pastor, Rov. Alfred
    M; n, \V .I, Epperson und son, Wil- Kvenden.: -_ ....,(oI-'t......,.. \\ ,
    lit rnntoreil. "r to Lake Butler Sun Mr. and :\Ir'". C:. J. White of, of Lora.n Jacksonville ; I r-_ ,:.{ ...',\' .q''.'ft Ik. ,) Camels'are ouereci you as a cigarette; entitv'I,
    and H. W. ':;"r. .. .. )':'"' ., of the ordinary Havor and 5m( ," "' r
    lu; Ohio, wire guests at tho home of :Miami , I .. .:=,.."...... ..-."'ti I'1 '' out
    Join/ Lungfoid lift last work for ...'.....w To best realize th.'.ir .
    first qr bcJote attained.
    ;Mis. J. J. McLcod: the part 1 never ;: ,
    \ :
    :\1 lull- n whirihe. will attend school. : t'l'

    Ui-adi, JiUM-n; anil, brother were in of:Miss the week.:McKinney, who has been so //1::11 _=,\j I "' ,....c ;\ ity compare Camels: with any cigarette r ,

    town Saturday successfully teaching the 7th and 8thgrades i !" 'x r-fpo-.1E! \- r\J\ the world at tiny price! ,
    /Ir -S ebei King visited in the Five: I foI51--J l {

    :Milt .,'tion Saturday. i i1 to in the take Lawtey u position school as has teacherin resigned 1// JI'I!i', T : .Pt's..- t_ -! 5-'/ C-lmcs f.avc.: 13.:0:: refreshing, so enticir:: . ;-, it ,}!

    ;Mr IJIanchnrd l, of Jacksonville, i'i'j' .. -<--- anti In. .
    n school near her home, Lake But I, ;..- winYOl.IHtnCd-it.s so new ununuu .
    wath! < guest of :Mrs. J. ;M. :Mann ,t
    ler. 1IisIIrcKinm'y: won the heartsof ..., ; wlr' Cimr'0? o 'iprt birnd flf' ei-fvo'* T'-' :<: N .? .
    last workMr '
    ''I I h ,: -
    of while here I "
    the people Lawtey i'I, '"
    : and ;Mi-. Sam Singer and son, ',: ','':: ; choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefe I
    and she will be greatly mi>le.Her\ i"I'llil':1' : ?,,:q,:, ,, ,I y., y
    : ;M. Singer have
    Loon and Mrs returned
    from Gainesville. place has been filled by the appointment 'i 111 llq,::: N "r,",tl') I: this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight rhDu

    of :fir. Dubose, an experienced '''' 'y' ''' ''Jl'',' ,
    II W Raiford, state prison Inspector teacher from Starke. II,",:;,h il'III',: ,,11"'""'II"' ,;iI., I As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence o., Yjwii ,
    last week.
    was in Lake Butler , ,', ,,, li"
    PI '"o IhV "I I
    1IrBllrn'lt, of Ocala, was a wel- s 'lp'
    Rasper Duncan spent Sunday with visitor at the home of Mrs T. J. !II II' ",' ,;:","! ,:, Ii"! I I,:,',,, any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any ur ,,
    his PIlI'Nlb.Ir.: and :Mrs. L. A. Dun- come 'Fill""I',I ''' II '1'1"' ''"''' 'ii''" I odor And you'll be dclightr-d '
    cigaretty ,
    :Moore Saturday to Monday. ""I ' 11,11,1:, ,,l ,,1"1" ',,' "i9ip" nl "r r."., pleasant ; ,
    canA The funeral party that went from 'I II I ':" discover that smoke Camels liberally "
    K: 1'iootor spent Thursday in I I 'I di 1",1; '(' 11- to you can
    Lawtoy on Sunday morning expectedto ''III ,';,;: "'?,' I ",,"I,,", I I1
    Jacksonville The Lake Butler Woman's Club will arrive home at 11:40 p, m., but the j ol"IIIIPNI:"'! IlI!,:,"; ,:,:" ;IL::,,.;." llo,,:,,'.1 I without tiring your taste I ,;,
    meet Oct, I I IIli"
    back until .
    not 2
    get a m. "
    1',1, '"'' '' '
    be this meeting 'I', '
    to present, aa '" I I
    Rev. and MM. Alfred Evenden have Ili""' ... cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever
    is of importance.The "II
    R. V I'. U. m doing splendidwm'k ] announced, their intention of leaving Ili"I''I':" ''I'I'" I experienced They're a cigarette-revelation! I I 4d
    Florida to take their residence in
    and is Htriving to become on Al the West. Mrs. up Evenden's health has 6' III,, !pI '., .. r. You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts.
    union. Several new members were M 11'1'1'''' ','"'' 'iA' .,;' :;!>< a
    received Sunday evening. been failing for some time, and it has 11'1' I Iil ,,,. , "''I": :. ''f. '.If.... ..(o.f';....'i"1. _. J..<'' prefer Camels quality!
    Dowl- become absolutely necessary that she t ;:"t,,17/1 -l t:: i ,
    and Prof. ia5,4
    E. R.
    Poppell .
    Supt. I '*" C.ip: ,:"llo, : 18 cents package
    have a change of climate. The pastor 1ro. : ; a
    mg of Starke. motored to Lake Butler ,' ;; ; ';, ,, .r'tf.1:. ,,
    will preach his farewell sermon on ..+b 'f 1
    Wednesday, J t Cantmlm en Bntd everywhor o.ntfI.lIy eraA "I.Jr.
    :Mr lIn.1Irll.: O W. Alderman will Sunday morning, October 12th, in ,I J)I'dt_..':t" . 'qo.. .qe.( ofSO c g...".. or r0nr.cftfirfiir/O riftmrrtt***! in a
    entertain at their home Friday. evening Grace Methodist; church, ami 1 they will ,, tr: ; '" yl.eune.pep.r ovorett carton. Wt ''''Hlt'! rfr* mu "nrfrftjncdrfonurfatomornftic
    1 auftp/y or w nt-n t<'ut.1
    nimbly} leave for Ihp'I'st "
    for the B. Y. P. U, members 1 on or ,
    I. ,
    !I. d: I '
    about October 15thMis. >> t
    Wnltfi, Cobb has accepted n posi- ,; R. J. fEYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. VVin.ton.S-l.m N C
    ; J. D. Randal 1, after absence ,
    a long -.P; -
    tent in the ;Maines drug store ,
    is expected to return the latter I I' .... J i// ;/ /., 1.1
    I 11 tnrlic Iti'Rister has accepted n position I' ': \v'Mf\"' !% ."n' \f. .>r\ .. + ,
    W'I ih the Lake Dotter Hank part of this week, and her many LI' : ... ",_ .'.. ,.. '1$0:'" "

    Mr, ,Xrimtrong, i i" improving after, friends will ho.....lelighted to see her.Mr "" .".titlw4lu'' "'", ,'''"u" '" ,, ', -- .
    : ". Randall has been spending the .. tl
    a severe illness!
    Mr: Kdwaids:, of Alnihua] county, summer sojouining in the Eastern --- -- - ---- __ .- -
    I if itinj hei !sister, :Mrs. .\. CStrirklnnd. States, ]later returning to Cincinnati, dealers
    \\'lwl'e11': Randall and son Howard,\, real simemil everywhere|
    The pii i r. :J"cents a bottle; do not ,
    engaged in the mnnufactiu I| *
    are :
    Five :Mile.
    Willie Dekle motored to
    mUI'e.-Ad,'. 'i. ,
    Tar tin business.A pay __I <
    -- - -- -
    -- I1* ,lot,. visited in JacksonvilleMondav peanut boil wa-. given Fndnv" I-II Starke Vulcanizing Works '
    ; ( night for the young people( 1 ut the

    Tom hakes' was a business visitor home of Mr.: and \1I'!!. A. :M. R-lan- FARMER BROWN I

    ti, 'Ink liutler, Saturday. hard, and not only did the peanutsboil GOODYEAR, FIRESTONE TIRESBAILEY'S I i iL

    hull, ;.ilespie, of I.'iv.lile.: was / but the fun also reached lire boiling ALL RUBBER PATCHESSTARKE
    in town FI'jlay, and Saturday.Foliot point. There was a ]large gathering I I ;

    Diuwily was in town Fri- of young folks present and "a I I DEWITT C. JONES I R. BURROWS FLORIDANO J j.

    diiv afternoon general good tiniiwas enjoyed, 1

    Mnrcus: Ilekle, of Five Mile: spent thanks to the Blani] .hard family General Hardware I -- : 4
    several days in Lake Hutler with his Oavid !\I''N. one of Lawtey's popular

    grandparents, Sir and :firs! S. S. young. lads. who is away now attending I k.f:

    Proctor high school near the home of i I Come_ ___ in___ and____ n see_ _ our_ n I ,
    Henry VarnoH. of Jahnstown. was! his "ilt'r11'11.! : C. Y. :Mayo, bids fair I WONDER HE'S A PROUD BIRD 1 1fe
    to become equally/ popular nt that stack of Electric Light
    a visitor to Lake lIutl..rIondll: ).'. 8J38JBB# &3i&& 883K! .
    Several of the Lake Butler people place. David has been honored with Globes---25 50 100 &
    attended the primitive association! at the trensurership of a large organized ,

    Swift Creek church during the week class of young. men in the Sunday 200 225 volts
    school. Well done, David. I,

    endMr: ( Hilton and :Miss Sarah Rivera The Ladies\ Aid of Grace ;Methodist i

    in the bonds of matrimony church held their semi-monthly meeting
    were united holy Also Electric Light YI
    lastveek in Jacksonville/ Thursday of last week, and were

    Miss Sarah was one of Lake Hutler'a very nicely entertained nt the homeof Globes for farm light-
    Mrs. J. J. McLeod. Refreshmentswere !
    charming young ladies! and Mr. lIilton 1
    served and a pleasant social 40 watt 32
    is a young man of sterling worth. ing plants ,
    hour was enjoyed, all\ thanks due
    Their fril.'n.tI'xt..nd ,
    many ,,.
    volts ,
    to the hostess. y i
    .. ----.
    -- -- ------
    -.r Disease ('Ilrr, iI/I( Inserts Every.where KILL THE WEEVILWith 4

    Lawtey. Wet '!.-:Miss Anna J Walz, a hanger 1r 'y.'.

    one of the best, known and most highly jili
    I respected residents of Lawtpy, Mosquitoes: have always. been withus Carbon Disulphide, we haveit I II

    passed to her reward in Thursday of hut their true character has only in one gallon cans, Sure I ,
    last wc"IIi...,- Waiwas on the eve been, lecogni'/.ed a short time. They l {
    of returning from a five months vacation are ,carriers. .Malaria; Germs and Shot. Farmers tell us today

    -pent with her hell brother :Mr.II other deadly diseases. Dr. Carroll\ \ they have just opened their r +a i

    (I,. W Hiller at Lorain Ohm. when government" investigator in Cuba: says"Natural i i
    .he was suddenly taken ill on Wrd- ''1.1I0fev'r is transmittedby cribs on first fumigation and yaanyahl K? ; ,Vin: ,

    M,' death her in less : the mosquito and always and/ oiiH I. ,R+
    annah. lia.; attended hnstian Knricavor : 'sd.i.v overtaking ." finds the weevils ALL DEAD. h. r wlp :,112M
    by mosquito. :
    here Sunday turning. {linn twentv-four hours I
    (' n Kobi-it, shipped a aiload of Just prior to her tI"lIthIi.; .... Wai/ The mosquito's bite i i- often asleiully : Save your corn. r SI I II II

    corn from hero Monday to i'alatkil. had WdU"11 I to :Mis, :McLeod of tilts us n .

    :Mr. | )ul>i>siand Col.'e'k\ of city, stating how much her health ha,.!| every method known to mankind
    Starki-, \\IMI, beer Saturday on busi- unproved und that she would! returnto both; the national and local health sf rviees 9 i 1 '

    111''''. Lawtey in a few days. but Providence are trying. to exterminate the FENOLEWE m t

    :MlDiwi'I ). Stnckling, : of Ginmisvillo. intervened the angel 1 of death mosquito.. Hut: this will never be. .

    i.s visiting hoi parents, :Mr. and culling her to her reward bcfotehe We must protect outserves ain..t I

    ;Mrs O. W HyalMt'stiis. could! make the start for home. :Mis-i this pest, by proper screening and the HAVE IT

    : (, .I. V. .Jnn+. \Porcy Cinllin Waiwas the last of the three rnemliors use of TORMENT.; TORMENT( : : is n

    /mid HIII"hVillin"", ", of Hampton, of this well known family to gaseous vapor in which no mosquito Pints, quarts and gallons and Y R 6
    WIMO visitors, her Sunday afternoon pass away within the last two jearsitnd or .fly can live It is death to insects. 'I 'L Mt.w ,. tSI
    .. Torment; is sold by druggists also hand at 65cts.
    --- - ----- six months, her father and moth- gen- sprayers

    L.\" t: lU'Tt.ER: ,,r having preceded! her in that time. Now lets kill the flies and all I t
    The body was brought\ to Jacksonville I ----- -

    Lake Butler, Ort H.-;Math Roberts accompanied by. :Mr, Hiller[ and other: disease carrying insects,

    and son of Five :Mile, were in town he funeral servicevn< held nt th. You Do More Work, roaches bedbugsand I A mighty proud looking bird lent emphasis Is being given the poultry
    Wednesday afternoon.D. You are more ambitious and you Act more mosquitoes, he? Experts assert that roosters show which Is to be held at the

    W. Borum spent Tuesday evening blood enjoyment Is In (good out of condition.everything Impurities when your in chicken mites. .*. good should head every farm Florida State Fair. Jacksonville.

    with his family the blood have a very depressing! effect on Cock. To encourage this mucb November :22! to :29.CTTIXKNS !! .
    :\lisllllIrllhall: Proctor returned ti. the system causing weakness laziness "
    her home Thursday afternoon aftei nervousness and sicknessOROVE'S I I
    a pleasant visit. of ten weeks with hei, TASTELESS Chill TONIC HORSE HOG AND OF CEI\R KEI'tiTROGLY I state of Florida. They urge th I II ,

    .sister, M r'4. K.: L. Overby, and friends restores Energy: and Vitality I liy Purifying ; OPPOSING LEPERS I I and citizens to join with them itI
    :Misa! :Mae :McKinney visited Starkeand and Enriching the Blood. When you feel "CfirCKEN POWDERSColic I I I tenting against the location of -""
    Five :Mile Saturday. :Miss :MeKumey its strengthening invigorating t-ITei, see Surgeon General Claims Opposition institution at that point, which '
    will school at Five Mil how it brings color to the cheeks and howit Axainst Colony Withdrawn I 1 have tendency to totally destii !
    open improves the appetite, you will then Remedies Worm business interests of that city .t- s
    srhoolhonso Monday morning appreciate) its true tonic valueOROVE'S Rem-I I I i
    lion W. R. Hodges, mayor of Cedar'' the and adhive
    called to the bedside as adjoining country
    C. A. Savage\ Chicken .
    TASTELESS edies
    I Chill IONIC Key, is I! in receipt of a telegram from' t- .1 I
    burial also from the state the
    of his son, Walter, who is surfer.Inn ) of the deceased's' parents The is not a patent medicine, it i is! simply
    with tonsilitis.Mr i other mourners from Lawtey were IRON and QUININE: : suspended in Syrup! roup, sore head and scale} Senator Park Trammell advising that I and homeseekers.

    : :Marv, :Mott. of Hague; was in ;Mr J J. :\1..L.ocl.11'8: C Dinkins So pleasant even children like it. The Surgeon General Blue- states that the' -
    town blonds}.' and Mrs: [ R I>. Sayles blast needs Quinine to Purify and IRON: legs. citizens of Cedar Key have withdrawn One hundred feet of frontal' t
    :Mrs, John Walker was in Lake Butter Besides her half-brother.: Hiller. to Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties their opposition to the location of a Central) avenue, in St. Peter'4I' h',irir

    Monday. the deceased leaves to mourn her loss the blood! never fail to drive out Impurities in New Stock of Fixall Varnish ,. leper-colony at that point by the Unit was front sold foot.a few days ego for $20ci ; >r ,

    and daughter, Mrs G J. White, ed States government. .
    Mrs. S. S. Proctor a niece formerly
    The Strength-Creating! Power of GROVE Stain all sizes. :Mayor Hodges and all of the leading
    Monday at :Miss Hull of Law and '
    :Miss Marshall spent Rosemary tey TASTLLEJ:: : Chill TUNIC has made it One of tho handsomest, if n '1"
    Johnstown, guests of Mru. C. L.Vllrn. several other niocea and nephews mother the jvurite tonic in thousands of homes. New Stock of Gun Shells I citizens of Cedar Key are still. handsomest pi8ee of advertising ">''
    .. of the The whole! More than thirty-live violently protesting against the location
    parts country. years! age folks ter. ever issued in behalf of Flor :
    J. I.. Brown, of Miller, was a busi- community. mourns the loss of this would ride a long distance to !get OROVE'S Pistol and Rifle Cartridges. of this leper colony and are forwarding or a Florida enterprise is a bi '

    Hess visitor to Lake Butler Monday Christian lady for she was well\ known TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a I additional telegrams, letters Issued! by the Walkill Stock 'If'l
    Frances Colson, of New River was and greatly beloved member of their family had Malaria ornfledl'd COME AND SEE US WE and petitions to our delegation in and I I" a splendid credit to that ;

    'in I.ake Butler Thursday :Mr and :bra O. L. Anderson left Q The a body-building formula is }just strengthgivingtonic. the same today HAVE THE GOODS : Washington protesting institution against the I erty )located on the south edge
    N II. Stokes, nf :Miller. was in LaktRutler for Jacksonville Saturday morning, and you can get it from any drug location of such an in Cedar Green Cove Springs and stretch
    Thursday. z after having t-njoved n delightful rest store. 60c per bottle, Key or any other point in the south for many mllel.r. .