Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 10, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04728
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: ELAINEARKANSASSHERIFF'S The buiird of county ,'..ml11l I Ms 1tflt'CSOtis Iloiuil, I met in regular r "session October WILL GET STATE AID-

called to order by Chairman )pro 1 hIlt with Messrs. I.. C. Powell P.

toni J. :M. Itrownlce at 10 o'clock a. '', :M.\ Padgett and T. II. Pinholster present.

m, October) 6th, with Orew Reddish, ', -

O. \'. Brooks. and Jim Reynolds? )l1'es- !i Minutes of last meeting read,i andliipprovcd i I .


BY UNIDENTIFIED PERSONS FROM A CHURCH :Minute of last meeting read and Moved and carried that the report'' TRUSTEES I N ATTENDANCE A T MEETING 0 F

approved.Commissioner. lit the committee appointed to look

STARTED ALL TROUBLE---WORD THAT NEGROES I ? O. V. Brooks "reported over the Enterprise) school situation] STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS LAST THURS.

on proposed road In his district referred lit-, received? i and the committee? be "re-
WERE ORGANIZING FOLLOWED. t to him i at last meeting of this lieved. DAY AT TALLAHASSEE.

UoMi-d I. that after due estimation ; .
-- The for f"omtill'
transportation -
request ---- ,

}I"II'.AA.I'k. < >rt t I 1Two white ''and uthei t 1' nut tnLi'i' of the fami I ; ill-I I ,I and ,consideration reported? favorably I ) patrons( living Wntvrouk to be A. \ t
of I K;
on grunting Hind proposed road us per Ihmlen Hampton. and i M I "i.Mitnm' of tho state in the mutter .
fr.F Th1. 'linthnLee and J. A. Patten, of :,tcluiling I I I \\'. II.I (Clem formely ('Ofl- brought" to Staike' school refused.Moved Matthews: ;
of Stiuke attended the
I petition now on tile in this office.It I I of appropriations, and ultimately .
F:$ Helena, and seven negroes are known I traetoi of this city but now a losulont: I I was therefore duly and legally 1 and curried to tender J. O. meeting of t the State I Highway I Commission ,, to secure for the state a system of

7 to be d ad 1 a- a result of clashes today of Eillin('. who has been involved. named a public, upon condition' that' Tison's deed to one aero? of land and I I held m Tallahassee I I ]la.tThursday ,,, highways thnt will bring an era of j

r at Ela'm.., near hero, between negroes I Party Fired on said road, be placed in good: traveling the purchase, price of one? acre 1 be afternoon. Tho purpose, of ,, development that the greatest I-'lor .
i.* and posearching for the persons The message requested that deputies I tendered to A. I II.illialll" to .
condition without expense to the conn- same I their visit to the capital I was to lay I i ula booster has not yet dreamed of.As .
.: who lapt Might from ambush fired? decent to ariest members, of the ty. '! lit. ilelivi ,redlien building i was dismantled i. la'folthe highway) / commission the i:: yet the commission is handicapped I,

' upun aDd killed W. G. Adkins railroad family i to prevent, further disturbance. ami removed 1 from the premises i of the toad,I from I Ill ;,
I Petition presented! by W. R. Craw- importance I IPI I. uv ill I the mutter of funds, but plans aro \
special agent, according to reports The auto ill which Cnitt, A / ford and others asking that J. C. Uox i I 'tl was to (ill tWflV ill", via I Highland I Lawtey, working to overcome this handicap,

reaching here tonight. A third mid the negro"trusty" were titling, it I monthly allowance as pauper be raU- appointed to employ carpenters and Stnrke, I Hamilton\ and, \\'lIi tie. Their i ', :Mr.I Matthews Ha id, and in the meantime -

white man, 'Ira Procter, and a num- I is elated', was stopped before the t'd and after consideration it was regularly i j' have the I liielling I I I I school built I I t per I the efforts'\ I in this matter t were seconded t we must not expect imponsiblathi'igs .

. bet of egroes: ?'' are known tll have Hoop Spur, thurch to repair'l moved and seconded that J. C. 'I fallowing I dimensions I i : I Length 1 30 If. a delegation from Gainesville anti I t of the commission. They are

been wounded.Tioopo" tutv? and while waiting ( n the | Box be raised from, $::1) to $5!i and. cleric feet, width, 25 feet, using all old material Waldo composed% (Pt'V.. II. Taylor, woiking just as diligently as any

from Camp Pike, at Little party was fired, upon froin" the t birch .,, ordered(! to draw! warrant for said I I that would ,do for use and to order I ( !eo. 1'. :Moil-in and, T. S. :McManus.Tlvo : I other I five enviable) and I earnest men I

J Rock, lormed with machine? ,Runs: are by uiiidcntified, ? persons.: j raise.Rachel. "n..t''gli new materials I for use in efforts of these' delegations resulted I could work to hUrlY matters
I snid to be enrouto to Klaine.nitnation Adkins dropped lend and Cratt waswounded Stokes placed on pauper roll the completion of snid I building.i I 1 I in the highway/ commission I. designating :|: iiinl in their grent task they\ deserve,

t Th. at Elaine is criticalgwiwinjr The trusty who escaped nt $::2 per month.I. It was unanimously ngrccd; that :Mrs. ; I the road from I liuldwin I to. i| (In co-opeiiition' of every good citizen

& inl worse? according to a i unwounileil, made his. way\ to a nearby .. ..1.Vynn, t.tnte antI county live I Williams I open .said school in a tenant (!aincsville as n state aid road and! 1 i of the "lIlt{.. a
: tIephost. message received tonight by railroad) station and telephoned/ >1'.1 house it nil continue i until I I
same new
stock inspector! win retained for thc I the assignment. of II camp. of (convicts'1 The members' of the commission at1
( :Morre here from Jo- of the incident to the lie riff.; -
''lIl1tr buildingWII i '1
!! completed.
month of October to !begin work 1st the I '
as Mich inspector" January on partof i iidiiig i the meeting i held I'I on last
who I" the Cratt niude his Helena I thismorinA'
'ph_ i H.MMS. heading his way shattered to knee and to be paid $100 I( for such service. | :Moved and! carried that N'uv. 1 I Ithhi I the road$ that, lies in linulfordI Tliursd.iy were M. :M. Smith, of I Or-
I"" 0 .... he taken Ilond l of "K.: C. Well, Justice? of thai: > declared 1 Chililrens I )Joy at the el>un-1 I, iounty.i I| Ill hit"I.", chairman i J. 10. ( :lilhert! of
M ( r a- '1uotln" saying exclash and vns imniHituly: to the I '
, moment peace of the 1 Rniford district, app'ov'l, ty fair and that all teachers taking I i: This, stretch of "mini( 'is .considered. Jnck imvillo. I I.. C. Kegister: of Jaiper -
.1 I .01111'1 hospital
))1" t "' ... at any ml.( I heir schools\ would be !paid for same one of the most Important in tho II hid I IM.:.I Scott t, of Arcadia. :Major
. '
train TllC''eollnt"
of th and the .
that special deputv
.mol ted
r. 'f a Notary Public bond of Alma I. Me- ;' as though school was in session.Mo'i'd I state.? It will conned at Baldwin with I Ii Ill-own, I the/ state highway engineer
with r' ">cements be sent Imtnesoldiers negro trusty I indicatmthe attalt I on I ,
tt Millan approved.Stnte ) j I t I a nil carried a that the county i state road No. I I. which runs, from iwii piesent and impressed( evoryono
dint..h Th,' from Camp I'iko tho three 1'"" been" by an or- j
't 11', ," I'r I .,il in arr've before rnid- ,r.ini'.i'd hui.'! fnegrc't, n"IO'u'' We1t'hastily pension applications of J. V. durnonstn I ,.I ion agent hnve u letter ,| Jacksonville i to I I'cnsacola, and at I: us the righ man for the place h,' has
\Valentine S. F. 11ol'lIn.I,: : 1'--. Kate' from the .secretary of the board authorizing i! ( !iiini I >-\'i ille I with state! road No. 2, I been chosen to Till
'I'I, formed by the sheriff andnisheil
iV{ "'
i and Mrs. Nancy I.angford; her to come into the public i I;, which runs( from! the ieorgln line
)1It(\ Negroes?' ,\rrestedcLc 1 11. !to i KluiroThe ; i i,
/ ; '. ttIp r't-ttl. j ,-i,liool i and 1 I ,give whatever I instructions I | ahove Jasper! to l-'t. ;\Y( <>l'fI. It also isthe II <; M\ISVIII.K I ::: I J ; TO ,\CKSO.MviI.M-J: I: a.
:\1. r . Kin) negroes and a white first 1'111 i ty to :t1 it"" wainel I\ I I'
Error and insolvent of lax connecting-'liiik in tho direct | l UtJ.Wfl.l./ ui, !
I report npccitpary( to the school children with- most ; nrii/r 1 WITH "
"'.11 .illcci'd] to have had l in by a force of armed negroes and im- '
collector B. M. Howling was taken lip'' out interference on the part of I the line from. Jack.sonvillo to Tampa AHSISTAM'K! : no.M: STATE
i of l'I..I.t.1\ buck nils I foir "
J" j ii a quantity question-\ I i neiit I n'rt.'r.r i
1 . had I..n arrc-ted bypt.o .'iiorcements declarin-r "he nnd after reviewing same was approved -, tOil her in charge. I
"ItI. ''I''u negroesv.'iv and the clerk of the circuit court I! III touting of Ins visit .. Talla- ;Mi-t; Arch
< !
t rs. Diinlen of ,
I Hampton
,, oting in Elaine and) then n 'lemL; i" in !I..i", .*" niiinhersan By unanimous consent the negroesnt ;
was ordered to credit? account of "aidcolle.tol' i, luissoo, Mr. Matthews mild : "Tho ac- E. S. Matthews, of Stnrtcu T. S. McMIIIIIS. i"i"1
ot vi< lull r wi" he left according to i had bcftm pl'u'YJi. MII.IH, ) i i', ,- 'II were grunted: a "school.! |i 1' ; -
with amounts as follows. : lion. taken by the highway: commission deorgi, P. .VuiTis arid \\'. II.
who while Tho
f" h".ffmOA .Jarnmn ar- .
'i' :- I !versons' superintendent was instructedto
(icnernl revenue .. __ _ ..$192.10( i t that I lor
means they will I I eventuallypay Til.-:; i Jainesvile', were? before the '
\f l I" f. lati' today. A number of A.liii.ii; >nnl parfie,< V"T oiynt'i. e.1.1I l ln. take charge\ of uny furniture in I
Road and bridge _______ __ . 181.13Outstanding :) corridr-riible I 1
u of -Into I
. .. very portion :i luj'hwav, department I I t last Thurs-
IIIMM" to I .' other of '
tl have brought at coMi"i populatil" school in tho that .
i -
1'1' : nns county not .
was ,
____ _________ ___ 32.01ieneral the cost of this Mini! Bradford 4
.. it across diimorning ,
nt I'tinjr held) in Tal-1
a in) )
I"I o,,. r' 0 thers\ according to Jar- I ti. t ee" "' -in, I i niched, tj t.t'Ie ',{' in use J and shift same where it could ; %
(: school ___ _____ ,
... .. 298.81! anil Alacliun countii", nnd this will lilinssee? in the lilt tu t'-ut of the hocalled
the under heavy anti within )1'iinro.'oi't, be -
10011. fly. tfl way ii tOted to the best? advantage. j
Sub'schools 01.13 I make- it possible. for the trustees of i "..II"t, mid
-- ----- ---- --- west" "roads in Bradford I
is not of battle in tint
1'1" "Int. pitched townbetween
L r. : auto amonghere "nn1l. a Sub bonds ___________ -__ HI.03 The board unanimously ugreed to I SitiiitI;. 1 Itonil. tind( Hridgc District, Nn hIll Alachua, counties. Heady the interest
-. it is said. I the and the -
}L t h"" a.I H' .\ )posses negroes.According Drainage ________ ____ _ withdraw the nppidprintioii for transportation ,
__ 3J: .9tJ) 1. of this county, In complete. the! roiul I I wns centered I in t the road from I
;? W..n children of Klnim- and information '
.wd, : gathered Polls'!! _ __ _________ .__ __ 171.01) of children to Sampson', project set out in I tile < ; vi""l't" y 'It'. !brought: to Hcl' nn today, negroes of the county have school! the ,
: I I
j -- secretary being ordered to l legislature' creating I I the I district, but I tey, Mnrke t I I
i '
II Hampton, Waldo, (juiliesvilln. j
train for it is heen 1 i -
ii safety izingo.cretly Jingthemselves
.1 on iiwt ; trgain prm, Total _ _ _ _ __ notify i the drivers of mud i I 6fl ......... "
county _1.188.: :lieneral l wagons our ,citizen must not lux.rtmit .I imiui.... < AI.II..II'm.. . ...1 f..l.- '.'_... 4
, reported here situation i ix but I tied holding. with high-powered rifles (; revenue __ __ __ _-- _flOS.OO: ) tho !board's action in this, matter tient and expect- nil- of-;; -these-'; good I';" I "Mr; ,' -Morris:;:,:i> $tttIS8tLlOIyrirfl;: "; I "I'll v-nll IXI'J'- 1
The local tense semi-weekly meeting to
F broken henS ,\I'ml'.1 no i drill and for the whenaceortliug : State school _ __ __ __-_ _ :30.17 i The )board refused to grant: the things to happen 'at once. 1'.. complete log I that the commission passed' "' two
trouble bus ont day
k I prepare Pension _ _________ ___.___ 73.11: \'IliAIIlfk'd by !Mr. Pope in his salary our county project we must have resolutions at their imeliiig.I Tim
the streets to made
men ;an Train' patrolling of Women Fired on | iranixors, they )promises were to be called by or- State board of health ______ I I5.0S for the ensuing year. help from the state, anti I the State; first I wan : "1'" adopt a "road./ from .i

> I upon State roud 1 tax _ _ __ 15.0S :Moved I Highway I Commission must have he (iamesville I .;
and ( I .
,t1 Vn engineer; of the Missouri Pacific i by the government to join in collect- u- carried that the request' I i through Waldo, I Hampton, I''

\ railroad who arrived in Helena ing fifty cents n pound for their cotton ---- for an addition. to Miller\ school bogranted. money before I it can extend I t the nece.ssary Starke, Iawtcy, and! Highland!, ronMeeting r ':
. tonight. "aitl he pulled u gondola 'loaded I' Under the mystic plan accord- Total state .-. 211.3(5 1 : ( aid..! What we will have to do i.s [ at 01 near Haldwin with :State: :.

Tux assessor N. I Wuinwright, presented I simply to. wait until the highway commission !I'ond No I I." The other
with women anti children out of j I jog to information secured by local Ely unanimous I consent I the? boardagreed i-OHo.'ulion! ;r.

Elaine late today, and that his train i officials the negroes were promised his assessment? roll for theSCar to )purchase the old building i I.I i on .I can give, us definite I assurance wax to ,JIiIt, .4. a convict chOp on this t!
!1)1I.! !! After being examined! the
I) amount will
they expend out- i ati .
on till
wa fired upon by negroes from trees i thnt the government was to pay themfir the Bradford I County I High I School plot ceTin's '

nlor, : tV-f t i' .1 I , their cotton direct and, they, in : same was accepted.The to be used, as a shop for I the vocationalst I state aid i road. Then we will I I I know n i\-\: \ i js to be n state? .ill I I Toni I. ,

board then ordered< same to bedistributed liool. where we stand I and,I can begin work Instructions were given to buy lumber "-
Thl'1 \\ii.u, |1'11"1'I> brought toJ turn were to settle] with the landowners )
according. to law. with j( some i intelligent I I idea of wherewe '
f. "
for the
this city late tonight with a group of ,, due report said to have been cir- ''1 Resignation/ of J. I L. I Kartell of distiirt erection of the i-amp at
T. J. Knabb lessor of 1-1 .1;
| county convicts me coming: (iii 1.. I think we will i I I he' tln.'e. 11iiJiitBrown the
state: rortuilieliartli.rht
in eulated the
fifteen negroes who were placed i iI |I aomng negroes was thata I fourteen was received and .
accepted '
\ he
instructed to
was pVOMt'fltilonluy able to have fuller I understanding''
The white is strike IIf cotton to be II i ( engineer; was IrJt."I'.1 l to
tA the county jail. man pickers was and I Lewis I Harris appointed to f
I :?\ Oct. 20th for the purpose of ; with I the state commission within I the .
alleged to have been the !lender of thenegroen declared, in a few days and tenant farmers fill the unexpired) term.1'osignntions start work on I the surveys for. tho <4
J signing,: contract and to have bondfor "
who fought the sheriff's poises would do expected to remain up next ninety iluys. "road :Monday, :Mr., :MOM-I'M. was wellJlt.llseI ,
3 : said contract. of !Messrs. (!i. W. Hin- %Matthews: said that ,
he and his
with the Hint
throughout the day The jail until lifter the coming meeting of the / I start has )been '
/ Board adjourned until :Monday! Oct son and A. L. Sullivan/ of district one associates found.,, I the St:ito I Highway made on the. east and west '....1.1 i movement .
is under strong guard world cotton congress in New Orleans "'"
-'Mh' in were received' and anti,
special sessionYOUNG accepted Commission to be a body of hardworking i
and I states that
have been, shot when delegation to the the other
r Lee i jq said to eci- a was to come .. ,
following were appointed to fill th"1 citizens of Florida who are I better\ 'look out or. they wil1 I I' )bo left
,dentall while Patten and Proctor cotton belt to adjust matters with the r.'t
.' I 'unexpired terms: Messrs. I llornce :\ striving earnestly' t tn u ,deal I fairly i with I I '.,.1111111 I (:iamesvillu Sun.IIOODISIS .
wounded during\ the fighting negro cotton raisers
were ;and' I ;M. Z. Sullivan. z t W
I. Charltm' Cratt. denutvheriff) who wrts Dr. A. K; Johnson, one of the 'negroes. / I I NEGRO i I

with Adkins when the bitter was killed lifter. :Mr., I.illv had I been fatal I 'KIHTOK: ormi' '; JIMES; HICI-IV.: : .1 \< 'i\so\\:: I 11.1.1 I n: i I''lvi i: SIOCK' ( : :; ( 'Ai'f.hIl! ;)
killed. last night.I WMwounded* in the I wounded, I I" nllegeil I In have been i. i ,
knee one of the ringleaders in the lot to i ,
The Intel tale Stink \ :i .d. 'ijilfr( dnesiln.Sheriff. :; ;
troubli. Ix' with the discovers incite members of hiq race. 0. S. - i Kppemon, amiIvpnt
I. The Jlullt.hlldl I I I Matthews: editor I of I land. '.\C'lIil"( rtpolt/ i till' I the |liii ;"| stfxii'iulef . I :} ll.i 1511101, went to J.awtfli and.
last night ..f an alii'ged 'negro plot Hrntton a white man who was .
the Bradford County Times is I In Williamson, K I.. III. I"ll" III'I"I slid,I Claude .
Thompson the \ :NegrooilM' Kill lIi".If.flul 1",1 on
of Ollllk
f i tn rue ng.nn-t' t the white residents ed last night was still detained fidlilWH'I <
leiving .congratulations,. of his ihurge of
I making that
th' several( parts of Phillipcounty, day pending nn IIIV.t if ation. ? Failed many i I l'iws. iiu-I: ,, , l;
I ill m"II.n J'r.tteilt SOc I..r
with Ad1ins friends, the occasion of which is the I 1h... .I.. n." .'a...,. ..Il.,,. ...... a... KnA.*.' anal passed for whiskey.' On their way
Sheriff ( of were arrested by -
whMi l Hoi MIS I Crntt a scorn negroes "
fact I that he has just received! notice ( ; hi>Hvy u.noittiz: ; : back to Mturke' they passed a noA'I;
and .1 negui "trustv" Were am- civil officials last night anti early today I Fulton Andrews.anegt-o,: lad about I Iliiiiltlt h."VIIH6; I..... ii|> __. ._ 11.11'14"2.00 1 f
I. bu lied| opposite. t a I negro? church at about! u do/.en art beiiiu held .it I 14 years old, in in jail to await what from! the (U. S. Commissioner, of Patents l.lulilh. |126 |n IM lln. . . HI.A04C 12.00 tarrying a basket l-'roin the guilty
the authorities do with him. of the allowance of a patent to llmvy pIss I liD lb.. III 1.10 MM tUlOWIO" look of the. negro, and the! way ho
intend to
mile north of Elaine, Elaine anti a number, of \ menand .
Hoop !Spur, two i.iuhi pin I no Ih.. d.wn ._. ..none 10on
while their to arrest Int.rnho44 women were given quarters underuar4 The events that led to his arrest him on an invention which he IInd I".a., _ __ _. .__ _..__ BOOM 1)110) t tried I to hide.. his burden tho otllcers!
on way tian! -pired, follows 'riend"I qualified I i i i l to J judge, believe to Knt ...n..,' hun .. .__. .. H.on'it 0.00 thought. K"mdhillKVU" wrong', stopped
of the Clem family who were said tn :! of tr.mps us n matter of precaution. as : KnnKD pies _ ___ _ IJ.iKHiB coo
Icof " -- I the
value This dovci and .
( examined
f Fulton and lives with' man contents
I.. involved in u ,row among themsidves is an orphan ? Cm I|RiMtrlptii' Ilirht Pnmptet .
his grandmother Ooodwine i I' u two-wav Hiiction' tee by the use . . -. a nniu it.noHI t of the basket. A quart bottle '
Reincy ,
I I Jhoriff Kitchen, who has After an all-night vigil on the partof :.IT,. :: .. nooif: o.nn:
northwest\ Stark Tuesday Reiney of which twouction pumps can bei .. -. and a pint bottle of the dirty-white
b I Ii! Id IU''UI1IJlIIith'm citizen* the arrival of SOO troops : '| HOI1110'
n i in not; } : -
, rooked n mess of beans for dinner and i onnected to one well and worked with I Yi>iirllnir,. : HOW A:00iirircm liquid that I is made at home hut Intojticnte.H 2
f \ nrn, "um'-d! f'l'-m] alk'gi I h..t.t from Camp Pike Little Rock, Ark satisfaction.Tho . .. n.aiiiti) thOu)
J "leirgt r had hi "n reporteed **iin a runipag" armed with machine guns the morning some were left over for tho boy to eat perfnct V. il. ruivra _._ ... anywhere. Thc nuin was invited -
relief to the white when he returned from school. When inventor placed working demonstration funnnm . 8.00 up to a neat in the car un.I was !later
to sheriff from brought great re-
I In a message ,
SI" r.'o MtcfttljT.
of this device nt the ros. i'f lIiillP lodged in jail.
Elaine authorities Clem' i i i' wa i asserted idents who were greatly! outnum- he came, there was no one in the 4 --- --

*! ), had thretened. to kill hi' wife I "reilby the negroes. hou l'. He grabbed the bean dish and ideuce of L. A. Duncan several monthsago "''WI; A'I I'OIC l 'I J\f"II-ICW: \ : ,I.V31II Litter the oflicerx went to the nagro'n -

: began to eat, but stopped suddenly which is still working arid giving DTK; : horn. and found a still and other

i and bethought himself that thin was n perfect satisfaction.Lake Mutler" implements for booze milking. .

(;ET: ITP: EX HI BITS:; I hies. A premium list giving full particulars I good opportunity to commit suicide. Time!. Following is givu'nthe program for ,I . + -

about how to enter exhibits! We hope the application of the ds .1.'i .-
Some time ago hn forged a check, the teachers', institute to be held at ; ;
1.'lnetock; Products to be hail from Mr. Rivers at LakelIutJ..r I' which Bro Matthews has I
Send Your : or can 'and the dread 1 of what would befall ice upon Stnrke in the high school building on pretty wedding( solomni.ed
very was
County KiiirK. i>r at the Telegraph office at I h'm' i to have preyed ,rei r-ived n patent will be moth in de-
supposed upon Saturday October Zfilh .
: at the home of !Mr. and Mm. General
-t.irkuTin' I hiM nurd A box of rat and roach an'an.1\ thus prove remunerative.Mr. Institute. I f....! lit tI
Song m. Saturday, September -
\ M Uiverthe /eiilous president: 1 1 "i.iiuigement aim to make this 'paste. had just been bought and ho :Matthews is well versed in hy- :iJTth, when their daughter !MissI.e.Msie

of the rtrndfonl Count;, Fair! A--ociatmn I! Fair tin best ever held and the finest | put 'ome of the fontents in the beanx, ,1''niulicH and! hydrostatics! end it will Prayer. I i !I.<',., and !Mr Jessn,l Silcox, were

was in :Sturki; ;Monday to enli.-t exhibits, will later be shown at the I stirred it up and resumed eating. The not lop 'long before h" makes another Reports and School Record*-Supt.C. happily united 1 in tho hilly estate of

exhibitors at the Fair, to he held! at I' Iat'- Fair in Jacksonville. poison began to work and he crawled 1 alunble invention.I Ii. Poppell. matrimony by Rev. E. C, Maunders.The .
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Lake Butler November 1 llth to 16th. ------. j out in the yard, a mighty sick negro. Organization of School*-Prof. J. wedding wan very quietly iol-
ItAPTIST While he lying under the tree I done et, he answered. The woman II. Selden.' '
He hn the house found l tho box
returned to ,
persons to show tIne produce or stockat I groaning, his grandmother returned. Morals and Manners in the Public immediate family anti near neighbors

the fair, but he wants many more. 'I Church school, 11 a. m. She decided to eat what was left although of poison open, decided the beans ha,1heen f'h"ols--I'r"f.! O. Q. Holland. were prosent A Urn-, supper! was orv.
and for Dr. :Mlddleton.
poisoned sent
He is anxious that Bradford, .) county Morning worship 12 m. ; the beans didn't small an,1taRtA T'-aching Pupils How to Study e.l. after which Mr. and Mm. Silco)
', "
cltirens become prize winners at the B. Y. P. U., junior and senior. 7:30: "jpxt right. Soon she also, In the meantime the boy confessed Miss' Kate Capllnger. went to their new home in thn We tKingsley
exhibition of farm and other I began; to feel "queer, and, seeing Fulton |I
coming. lulu-
m. How to Conduct a Recitation Mian scutum.
p. that ha had! poisoned the beans with
I tinder the tree, went out and) asked -
pro<1udfl. }Evening; : worship 8:30: p. m the Intention of committing suicidn.Mr. Georgia Edwards.AildressIr All friends and I neighbors of this
what ailed him. "Hit's dem beans
Don't be backward in sending what Wednesday evening 8:30.:: I Mlddlrton\ soon arrived and caused I.. W. 'Bucholt. lection join in hoping I the younjr couple -
have In the way of stock or produce Session. a long happy and Ufa.
you flu inellll prosperous
evacuation of the from theooy'
the poison
of the soil. Beside the chance ,, Sunday October 12th, and 19th get cash to the church or ifickliter'sstore r..mmittle-S. S. DowlIng !. _- - --.---A _n im T -in
.stewardship tithing and thank offerings and to Griffin & Johns .system and gave the woman an Program
of winning a prize ytru\ should let the produce chairman Miss Jeannette :Matthews [ Approximately 7fiQi') acres of land
emetic that also saved her. The authorities ;
will be discussed: from the pulpit.Let wholesale store not later than the
world, know what we can raise notified and Deputy H. H. Poppell.All and 1000) head of cattle were sold by
those giving cash to missions were
And the ladies needle are and invited crochet to send here'j I' and the orphanage and state those 20th. BLANCHAP.D D. LAW, Baisden lodged the boy In the county teachers invited to attend this U. A. Llghtsey of Ha r tow, to a Savannah .

cimens of session.! firm. ,
Ho will be examined for lunacy.
well all preserved fruits and vegeta- giving produce m well to the orphans Pastor. jail.


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than ought, to be hoped, for ky's lies' shot ut no mole

\\hlle :\I"rjnn11" closing. the door, arm's length from bin prey

''e NAN off' PC tpaln:; .smiled, at his visitors : "Ihut gan( ,next to cover he I priHslhlllty' of 9

i' 7 Isn't l t HIM. .I'ssary. Morgan-I'm not ready 'the big fellow's\ falling, to paralyze De

I ) viD/ ,1,1 "UII." Morgan only continued to Spain:; the first, 11I lnlll. On the other

.inn' a at him. "I need hardly ask" hued Pe .Spain 1 trained, 111 the tuclUsil .

odd\ : "I Pe Spain, ""loot her you fellows '.' Whlspi'ilng, Smith, and :Medicine,

ha\i' Imslness. with me?" Item! gunmen, weUmned' n short-ami rM

MUSIC MOUNTAIN Hi loiiKcd( to Siiiidiisky. for u reply ; struggle, with the \\.1.. l of his ussall

It ins (Logan who answered. In shrIll ants closest at haul Their maneiivei

fuNitto.: "No. We! don't happen. to Ing caused' no cll"'IIII.t'| to their slender | | -

hll'"' business. tlinr I know of. A compactly' built victim "You

I By Frank tl. Spearmciiv- friend of ours may Imve a little, mny wait u lung time, If you wait fur sets.1.I a package

; I I"'. :" Logan, \lifting his shoulders with Ice I here. :Morgan( ," lie said, commentIng -

r j -Au1hor \Vhi5perii\\QJ.1it.\( hU. laugh; looked toward his companions with coinpoKuiv' on Morgan's( inipntlcnce 5c before
!) the
,e rr* MnwrYf .TSB for un answer to his Joke. Logan looked. \ again nl his. war5c
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t. n Pe, Spain's smile appeared unruffled : 'ivvo oiiipnntoiis> mobil. laughed., i iDvi'O
ffiere, uTT ant oil; aT'-'it TIx oii lip u
;i' M'AIlln( tnndt et ea the tnost Inconsequential >
t ,, "You'll help him transact! It, I "upJHISO : hope Pe Spain, hud uf pnss-lhlc' ,
I .A" nppriiiH'lii' ,. 'i to a 111 11"'IIWII I 8UI\I\-I( '. h, and\ n rill of good. oltec. I
? help,, fruit, I the Lurk I room died\ with
.f: .. with n keen and 'iiifstlnnlnK| / /Klunrc, It wits four', 'i lock. and, the sun bent
Logan looking toward I San- ,
V,. again that laugh Then) the" door Itchlnd' tinThe '
. S '''rhetlrl/ went up' ,in the ('lIt oil they tl..r..I i ly: on. the di -'.rt. Po/ 1"'ln,111111',1' package
1.j dusky grinned : "Ili won't need, any a
t,I, early outage, "lr. :Slic's; coining buck down to tin- Inn unmindful, of the heat help." i

\li" .,. this afternoon. In summer rig with his soft-shirt. collar lii
"'ho Is friend? demanded De
I lF: 0 "'What H. who rlillni nwny over hereto tin'mil under, his. forearms bare Spain good-naturedly.your LO lIn'8 glance during the war

f CalubiiHiis: for IK ,take the stage, In- /mid' Ills III'nlghts''agnged, lie made his
misled, him ; It did, not refer to. i'l11n'.11I..k
1 .I :Rend; of riding! -<'night Into Sleepy; way rot ptdly\ mi, looking/ neither to the }'. And. even as lie asked the qn'stion | -
I Out" right nor iho It-ft '-' -
Pe heard, "
Spain through/: the halfopi i P
Onco more JIcAlpin, eyed him cnre- As he. II.p'h,1w""lher.hl'nten| , \ -
'u window at the end of the, bur { ,
' :dully "The !:Irl'" |,een blck." pile It looked, uo moie'" Inviting In sun- { ?L '- ''c
toot sound! of hoofs. Hoping ngimst, ; J'!: a
,i 'Slok ?" Rhine t thou It had looked, In shadow ; ?
hope for I.efe\er, the Intenupiloncheeied ,
'" "Sin- i uln't runllj lit to ride a step," nod 11" "' 'tn its trinllilons, not u living packageNOW
him. It certainly did not seem, I1 I g
L' J : ('onfldeil, i he gllt'h IIOHH wl lm RrowlniiCOnddelKe belt was 'mnnhiie" to, b<> I seen. The that his. t ,
situation could be made wursp.ill y I a
1 -4 .. ,, ,. , "Hut ".'" boon RolllK lip door' of the, ollice stood] ajar Do Spain/ "\\.. ." Answered Logan talking

k t' two or throe times now to Bet some pip-hlng It all the way,, open, walked In. ,
ng.iin to his gallery of cronies "we've
:medicine from Doe. 'I'orpy-thllt' the No one greeted him us' he crossed. the
I gut two or three friends that want to
[way of It. There's. u nice girl - Nee you TllI'y'r"'lIll1n" outside to
n l bunch r t' rIlt' IIH, I loiou-llnnicli" I still I I're' ol' fm.nlsliings' except. / for the
SOP what you'll\ look. like In about n..emlnllll'Knln't a
0 :,gold Duke slip HM" : With, ho toil u li.ii., two its lieu liinUen\ mirrors THE FLAVOR LASTS
tin>'. fule! ?
J Imlf-bud itinn e\i i") for too many I''" :sjuiii; ;. |pounded, m the bur. Ills I ..
t 6 a cards. I used, tn, corn, for him.-InnI wort tn itiinct attcnllon. mot with not l"III."no'n":; moving! within the, rear .

f call her u nice ,:irl Do you' luipptii t lisimi-.''. lie- wall,id to the. left end room ]Ho Spnln felt hope in every : : SO DOES THE PRICE !IE
9 footfall he hoard, und the mention ofIiorgan's t' I II
to know her of the, I'in', llflicl, the h.indrnll Hint

1 I Do Spill hall limit, been on guard.r liiclo,,nl. the spin behind, It, und name cli nred his plan' of
l bnttle. Before (bole, with an oath,
"I've spoken wllli In, 'r In 11 bushier
? could. blurt out his 'iktiswer, p(. Spain
I WilY once or twlee. I enn'l really say
I hnd, resolved to fight where he stood
I I know hor. .\11.' Ihllll sick, .Mm?" I C .L I
taking Logan first and
I asked, I>o Spnln ,did lilt on diasu the. I Morgan/ ns ho '
\ should jump In between the two. It
I burn 1I11(11..Iln". nl I Hie horses. II was h
only the. m-cond time, ,since he had I Igh'en 4y 1% __ was nt the best it hopeless! venture
, 'Vt ngulnst first
shot which
I him the Joh (hut I', Spain had I

i called o) the burn l I"w< "Jim," and :MeAlpln De Spain knew was almost sure to
ET y reach u vital IJut
spot desperate! men
ntiNueredlth! the rising assure

i r. f' Utica of olio who leiill/es, he Is. "la" cannot 1m choosers."There's I ,
I no time for seeing! me like Scar.Featured Face of Sassoon
c y right "Not so mm, 'h us n More hoof In

L cither alloy, :Sir. I I'h' Spain. I try to the present declared De Spalnlgnor- |. Peered Cautiously From the Door.
IIIIt Morgan and .
addressing Ids wordsto
; take cure of them sir
Logan ltrlng your friends In. ,tar slowly I opened], and. thi, M'UI'.t..n- u.
"Whnt are we pnjlnu you, Jim/ ?
4 What arc you complaining about :Mor- ured lace itt SusMion peered cautiousV h
"Tuent-neven a week, sir ; pretty IViI ''i IH IHII IHi
gon?" he asked, resenting the stream I Irnl'l' the gloom., The liiirsclldef
heavy work ut that"Ve'Iitry
"\ of abuse that Gale hurled at him whenever Hooping' walked, l.i with n "',directed\
to It thirty-two utter '
.. this week." he could, get n word In "I hn'l' I'hll"lIIIIIIII, nt the railroad noun

I !McAlpln touched his nip. "Thank: : my turn at you with a rllle the other';'i If It were possible to deepen It, the t 4 r IVI

day. You've got your turn DOW. And il ulster spot' mi I Po Spain's' fuse durkaned. -
I'm i
kindly sir It
yon sure colorshigh
II I cull !It 11 pretty soft one too- don't So-iiethlng In his. blond, raged.
to live here !Mr. di
;: out Spuln.
you SnnJusky: ho demanded it tin- sight of Hi'1 malevolent, fll( ... He11I1H.1
"Whnt did you say asked, I>e SpniniQilllTereiitly
denly of the big fellow. IIlId-1 at Logan. "Thin.. InNinllod
"liinl been the matter with
i Nan Her 1 Sundusky. alone through the talk 11111(1), nodding. toward 1 Sussooti" us' he
l\f"rglln' name suemed n '
whole mouthful to speak, so fearful It i kept un unbroken "silence He was! ,, iliiisclf look a shunt step further toIle

he of paling up Pe Spain with his eyes andre left "In. your drink Hurvey, Is It?"
wits! betraying Interest
I/ Spain not only ached to hear him ":No; ," retorted Logan: loudly, "thiss tea
. g. \\liy, 1 really didn't say sir And! I "
'' speak but was resolved. to make him. your drink
I don't know Hut from what she says,
Sandusky had stood motionless from "I'll take Sussoon" assented!" Do -
and the she I'm
< way Boughs, thinking
the Instant he entered the room. Ills) Spain' good-natured, again and shifting
It touch of this
I was u pnewmonliiUnit's
eyes! rested Intently on De Spain. and still another "step to tin- liftVliut,
H- going around BO much lately
at hi. side the long fingers of his right lo you fellows. aunt now?"
rt f. hand bent a soft IMtoo against his "Weiint to plinth it hole, through
He Called Out-There
tl Ills listener had already made all Was No Re. I
pistol holster. Pe Spain's question that ftruvvborr}," said! Logun, "I(hut
arrnnKerients! tn meet the occasion. now I sponse.I .
' I k prl'8'lIl1nlt itself Clreumstimcesat I seemed, to arouse him. "Whnt'a your ....IIUl}-lIIlIrk. When did you get It, I -

,I pushed, open the door between the mirrors name?" he demanded bluntly Ills !Ut. Spain?"
'pnwll! last to favor him, and hoRxiked
1<'11111111( to the ha< k room. This voice was heavy anti his deafness was "I might, as well ask where }'oii get I
ut his wntrh. The down stage
too, was! Pili"I y. He called out-then"* reflected In the MralneJ tone. tour cull, llur\('}'." returned>i> Spain:;, ,
f brliiBlnB Nun hack would, be due In
i was no response :Mrs.. :McAlpln hint "It's on the butt of my gun Son- tMitihlng! Logan llllluh S.mduskyI I
less than nn hour ..
r apparently/ gone homo for a s\ it Iii'. dusky." I nun nl the left (that l""tl' !Might: crowd
( "Jim lie said thoughtfully "you
; Irritated ut the desertion of. the "\hat's that he says?" demanded him loser.. "I tens horn with lilY THE UNIVERSAL CAR.:

1 I I'', arc doing the right thing In showing place, due, ho nftcnviird' "learned. to the man known us the butcher asking h'.IIIII' .-lIIlIrk-JII.I at you were hurt I I'Ith

'1" Boinii /Kooilulll tounrd the :M'M'piiiH.. the heat. of the afternoon, and, dlsnppointed tlu* question. of Logan but without \\ jour ,d-d both. tool,no nero'," he

I .j. "Now I'm Kind you think that "Ir.1' ." at the frustration of his pin taking his eyes oft his shifty prey. ,lidded., , composed)1)},, for In hugging: up : Most of the Gas Companies throughout the

"You know I unintentionally, rubbed pose, lie walked to the ollk'e. As Logan raised his voice to repent the to him hN. enemies were plrlylnog hit. I Igllllll' country use a fleet of I-prd Runabouts. The

: their backs! the wrong way In dniKKlnBBIIHSOOII lie lifted, the handrail und. passing' words und to add u ribald comment. "You can't help/ If, neitln'r i-nn same is true of other big l corporations. The

!:.I' out." through lowered It behind, him he "You mike a good deal of noise," I." h<> went on. ''Si ti'elo'ly. Is lionii' 1 1to reasons are very practical. The Ford Runaboutis

{ "They're Jealous of their power I took\ out his wat('II to see how soon the muttered Sundusky< speaking again to> "pay for ,putting, that mark on IMCSomebody the most economical solution of quick trans-

!t' know->'ery Jealous.. stage was door. While he held too timepiece De Spain. Is hound to pay for yourmanners. I portation from manufacturer to retailer. For

( "ThlsI41''ms the hnnco to show that In his. bund he heard. u rapid I "That ought;: not to bother yon Why talk nliirit, cither? SootI. I soliciting business, for the Collector," for the

;. I I have no real nnlmoslty. myself! tow aril clatter of liuofs approaching the place, iniiih. Siinilusky," shouted De Spain soon set out for year friendsor' I Doctor Contractor, Builder, and almost every ,

4 the outfit. Thliklng It might be :Scott; and I.cfever trying to win u smile from Ids tact-I will. Spread' , gentlemen spread"' other line of business activity the Ford Run-

.. ,t't: Since l n,i- Spain was not looking nt arriving' fioin the south nn hour turn antagonist. He hud r.'urhed the position' '' on I ,

I ; I. 'I him, McAlpln cocked, two keen and ahead of lime, he started, toward the "Ills noise won't bother anybody which lu believed, his life dopi.'lid.' .il.. about is really a necessity. We solicit your order

t' curious. eyes on the xphlnxllkt birth front ,,1"--. which was' still open" -to nun'h longer,' put In Logan. whose. retorts und. stood wo clone to the cud. of the for one or more.'e ask your repair business.

1&t& mark of Hu very iiinliibli speaker's.. greet, (them. Outride< hurried, footsteps' overflowed! ut every Interval But We would like your motor accessory business.

! .' t face. However the astute boss If he reached the door Just ahead uf him bar that with n .single/ step) in Tic uttered We can serve you, we believe, to your best

' (. wondered, made, no entmnent.Vheu there. was' no smile, even hinted, ut In I the hint words, ho turned It, :San-; advantage.

i the Hiuce comes In,'' continued, l >e und n large! ninn. stepping.. i iiulikly Into the uiieompiutilising. vlglhin, ..t', III'I :Sanilusk's ; dusky pushed close, next him. 1'e

,. I Spain quietly "luixe the two >ini>''sI tin room, confronted, Po :Spain; One eipressloiiless' fine. I 1'e' Spain i Spain' / continued, to "1'Pllk"lIh"ut hesitation ForJ Lira

I".:.I-- : .iidy. ami Iten-hitched to my own of the man's hands rested lightly/ on discounted the next 1 few minutes fur or lirenk, hut the, words', seemedto : 2V

!11 light wagon. I'll drive her over to the his. right: Hide. Pe Spain recognizedhim enough to feel that Snnililsk.v's, Ilrstshot have no place in his mind He was

,; gill injself." Instantly ; the small/, drooping would I
I "The very thing, ," esclnlined .MCA" I.i 1.ti head carried, well forward the keenvcs be could. return It. f llehl, of vision, n rot-gloss. hiitton that

i ti,{< r pin staring and struggling; with his the loud patterned. shabby waistcoat "I\\11 tell\ you, Pe :Spain; ," itlnueil" fastened! tin hottnni of 1I1If11l-1'"H _- ST..RKE FLA.

t ,' brent proclaimed beyond doubt-Pent /Logan "we're going to have n ,drink greased w'uisto'ont."Yoli'Ye .

I I f'1., "';,II some way I'\,<" happened\ both Sundusky. with you Then w..',... going to prepare" \vnlted line day too long to It

'1''I ";"t times'" I IlIlk..1'lIh. her Int..t/ In you for going buck where' you come collect for jour strawberry. Pe :Spain;( ,"

l wrong-understand. ?" :\....\II'ln.'lth CHAPTER IX. from-with nice "",,,'rll." cried, Logan shrill}'. "You've turned, _

I, I'I cleiirlng wits. nodded, more than miner.I "I guess. . yea thought; you could come one trick too manv on the sink. }'oungfollow.

I+' "No fault of mine ; It Just. happened.. The Class Button. out here and run over everybody: in the . If the man that put your mark ,

Spanish' sinks," Interposed' Morgan" on yon ain't In this mum you'll never ,
so. Ami she may not at first Kven us the big fellow/ AIt'PI".IIIJht-

T \ to the Idea of going with ut.." ly Just. Inside. and to the h'tt-I1'' Do with every oath he could summon to get him." i p
r"i loud his. words "Which menus, I take It, yogi re ,goingto
see. Spain stood--of the door and faced
1 "Hut she ought to do It. She:; will him I the encounter, seemed. ] to IV :Spain; "Keip\i out Morgan: ; ," exclaimed< Logan I try to Ret me," smiled, De Spnln. |
\ t'IlIy., "I'll do this. talking" "?' '"," 1 bellowed> Morgan: , "It means I
II be tired-It's n long, dusty ride for u uccidentiil. Hut before he could speak, -
11 well woman, let alone one that has u second man appeared In the doorway IV Spain continued. to banter 'Gen'Ilenlen we linve /got: you I - - - -- --.-

I: bern 111." und this. man appeared! to IIP Joking ." he ,said 1<1. addressing' the three ""oil are fooling yourself, Hur\ev." SYNOPSIS. a

"So:; It K no It 181"! with a third behind him. As thesis > together nnd. realizing I that every moment IV Spain' addressed the warning' to Logan.

J, De wasted. before the' shooting milled "And. you, too Stindusky" he I You Do l1oreVork..
'. Spain looked now shamelessly 'nnd l man crossed. the threshold I >e CHAPTER 1-On frontier d..y..t Sleepy
t hid rendy-wltted aid. "See that her Spain HIIW Suniluiky'-s high-voiced/ a !grain of hope, "I nm ready to drink added Cat Henry te Ppuln gunman and train- You are more ambitious and you get more
"We'll take cure. of that" KrlnnedLogan. master at Metlli'Ine Homl. 'Is beaten at enjoyment out of everything when your
pony Is Inl.lp'h"11 she gets hererun't little lighting croii '. I.oguu, who now when y ou lire.
/ )
tiirwt flhootln:;( hv Nan Martian of Munlo blood Is In good l condole
:i' be ridden.. brut >IIU'ltnk..> good mode way us' he .stepped' within to the "II..'" ready to drink Tom," roared Sandiisky kept silence Mountain JolTrlui. Jlvlnloti Buperlntrn.dent. the blood have Impurities in ,
I "\"Illlr.. Into nnotlier man's arks [>o ;pant' to take charge of the a very depressing effect on
'. r I" Core! of him and send, him Inline In right of the open door for the swingIng :Morgan In the deaf 1111I1..'.. cur Jumping. Thief Over stage line, but he ri>fu ea.CHAFTFH the system causing weakness laziness
I a few diis-get It ?" ,, shoulders and rolling stride< of "I'm ready" announced Sundusky !In fight, protested !>< Spain steadily."Siissoon's I I nervousness and sickness.

,. f Q MoAlpIn half closed his eyes "He'll Gut, :Morgan.Morgan i I linllowolce.. fight Is our fight" Inter < dale II Morgan-He Spain i 1 sees Inter Nan rimvpy dinc-| (]RUYE'S TASTELESS: Chill TONIC:

:' If: bo so lame It would stagger/ n cowboy :I < eying IV Spain with Insolence Still\ regarding. ]I.. Spnln with the rllpl."rjtl1u.: pointed out to Nun: on 1-: street by late. restores Energy and Vitality \by Purifyingand
"I udvlse you, onld Pe. Spnln mince and U moved tn change his mind and acc Enriching the Blood.
I to back him ten f..I-lIn.1 never be ns' was his wont, closed the door most businesslike expression, the grlz7led .pt the chute line jubIII When you feel
t more, 1..l.ln"'lIh. the words. jit :San-; its strengthening invigorating! etTuc .
hurt u mite ntitlur. Trust. me !I" out law took guarded fori i see
behind him with u bang. Then haliiuked u step
S / I Ii dusky and his. crony "to keep out ufIt. CHAPTER: -D.. Spain and I...fever how it brings color tf) the checks and how
: "If she Insists on riding something. his powerful frame ,significantly / wind, his (ompiinions' following stilt.I ride fn filabiiHim 'Inn and. there innetOale it improves the appetite will then

: .. or even wulMng home. ,. continued, fir I iignlnst It. i.lie, I Spain 111\\11).11" u jetluueregnrd, Mont.! with luiif t Wnn.lunuy and, appreciate its true tonic
Haasoon! lInm..n mid retiitnvrs nf the
T Logan to hisI'Mrtncr
"Simdusky yelled
Spnln 1 dubiously! for he felt In"tinrtively tutthe relative between him '
distance .
A blind mull could have seen thecompleteness Morgan clan demnnila tI dla- C1RO> E'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC
?! that he should have the tusk of (if the snare. An unpleasant and his ...appointed. ,executioners "he iid\l-es. me and, you tokl"'I charge of a stagy. dr er and lie Spain refiMiB. is not a patent medicine it I I.
De Nan but falls
of this lie Spain n "e'll to
,j his! life to Induce :Nun to accept any feeling tlusiied Herons ()l' Spain's moved bnckwai'1I. In crossing, the room ) out fight, BlirlllyIiiuclifd. overcome her aver .iti to him. IRON and< QUININE: : ; suspended In Syrup

I kind, of a I'l'nc"-"O''I'IIII(. "I'll. ride or perception. It was only for the !ImineiiKunilile .samliisk.v. .. without objection from his. ." I I CHAPTER IV-3a>-oon knifes Elpiwo So pleasant even children like It. The

t'', i'C walk with her nnwa.v.' Can you sleepme part of u second-\\hlle1I1I.rtnlnlY 1111':1111"11.: moved, across. their front '' "Sure, assented, Sandtisky, lint with the drh''h and serapes' to I\Inr".n'a blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto
: here tonight the ?" uo variation In tone and hU eyes on limp. the 01.1 of the Monrnna. Da Enrich It. These reliable tonic prop-
on ( hay was resolving Itself\ Into n and when the four lined\ up at the lair .
L> I *for and 801t ro In .r'er MmI erties never fail to drive out
"Sleip:; you on a hair mattress, sir. rapid, certainty.Vlion Gulf Morgan their positions hud hanged. Po :Spain; e Spain I and [)e Spain bring out ..aiHon alone the blood. Impurities in

You've !got n r11rlloht\ here upstairs. ; stood' nt the extreme left Smdiisky I.oKnn/ with tin .oath loaned] ever thebur
stepped, Into the loom on the heelsof : : The
toward, CKAPVFn V-Tr meets Nan who d.Isy. nth-Creating Power of GROVE'S
( didn't you know that?" his two Ciiliibtisas friends, IV Spain next Logan beside him, und Gnlo :Morgan Snxsoon. pointed contemptuously him unto' n".Lrlvw..r.k..n dv the TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made It

With nrrlll1lt'm"lIt. .so begun, PeSpnln would have sold. for less, than a cup nt the other end of the II".. pryn'aded tuuard the end uf the j i Morgana, but hands Itiff caprice in h..1 I Itha the favorite tonic in thousands of homes

r.' f' : walked out of doors. und looked, of coffee all\ his himcr for life. :Nevertheless O; to pound (lie bur for service. bur. "Shlke1"! he irlt'd. "step. through. I CHAI'TrR Vi-S..nnn, rr'. ",.e tall n. More than thirty-hve years ago talks

renVctUelv up' the :Sleepy; (Put road before Morgan had set Ida fif :Spain; following, 1II"lInllllnthlt....!!.. thy rail and take that inan'x < "'i." Spin Osr.'", ,.'... Mnrtfnr in a natnon. would ride a long distance to get GI and In
i ir"ucli the window" tl
.m One further. retlm'mcnt In his appeal buck fairly ugiiint the door und the In the clrctiinstanies, spread' his open ( Continued Next Week* meets !S'nIntn : 'o.! TASTELESS Chill TONIC: when. a

I, for Nun's favor suggested Itnelf. Sue Ou Spain hailnnippt'd hands, palms' down, on tie bar Sandiisky's member of their family had Malaria or
I trap11" sprung ) ---- 'ui'1n
V"I-If. prcvrntii i needed a body-building! !
t would, be hiiugrj. 'r Ifn'n" !, strength-giving
posslhly' faint III the
Ids tight. great palms slid In the same Habitual Constipation CuredIn a g "n' ''11' t hull r.' flr.l )I." t.n Ie tonic. The formula
.' heat und. T>ukp "01 I fine. is just the same today -
dust when she arrived. Heretuined fashion the becked slab jt 'In Sin i'ently )" i" I I.'
( lu I'
He did not from where he over unspoken and
'j 14 to 21 Days gun. a', pr .,,: .b'tr' '. .'t t you can get it from any drugstore
tyi I to :McAlplnhere: can I halted ut the !Instant Sundusky entered.His ' ret'ignition' of. the brief armistice "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSI is a 1If"'t'lolly. the Mn," 6Uc per bottle. -

get it good I cup of colTei. when (the Logan's hands. came In turn, Habitual '1 I -
one slender chance) was to hug to up prepared Syrup Tonic-LaxatU for CII\HTER VTir-ne Spain anxlou to
( It. II lit ngo comes' III?" the men that meant( to kill him Morgan and :Moigun still pounded for someone Constipation. It relieves promptly but' make (peiM.e with. Nnn arrnnvea a little ne Quinine That Dues Not Affect The HtadBnauaenf

a .to<; right down to the Inn. sir It'" the lie to serve.Iv should be taken regularly for 14 to, 21 daysto del with I lnt the barn man,. la It* toniianj. lai> | efT.-t.( LAXA.
nearest esteemed the 1..1l1ftllng'rou n her out lo nil IN K>*p, and % hllewaitlnc m t. BROMO: QLlMNf; '" 'Tat net) he lakaopy
J a tll''hIlP running It-a halt-wlttedt" induce regular action. It Stimulates and for her sees down to the IAII to cur
of the three In the anyoae
>! ; but to think Spain new disposition ni-r>iK. n ior riaiia4
njun from T..xull.Iy: wife Is cooking Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tale. 61kper ( Vt a. cup of co!'!'..... Ui the bead.."J'\'rl uoaliu ua boa Me.'t .
I weighed his. being both bet-
to escape both SIIDtU'i'Y.M'! Logan chances as' bottle.

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*t,>.PY .,"n ,ftmwut. "*", YP.AArgY +.x ,PYAYMrarr P4M+........'"J "THE !SI'VHIv D1MNK"\ :; 1; STItlKKSNKW ; naturally> gracefulNo
T d.Ob"; Our; Exchanges. I I I :; : CIIOKU l IN:i MOTIIKK: I.OVK I '
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l'. -. Alice Joyce nl Her treat in Story Written No longer is the obviously I corseted figure smart; the corset ;, I

." .' for Her bylicia Ramsey must not be evident" in the finished silL nucttc. Not easy ito {
\p"ro1Imat"I 7, .1111( acre of land about T:;: 1).00 of his O\MI. ; I
and ]1000 head of 'uttlc were- .old by I I : I attain unless you place yourself in the hand of a cor- I'I
I1. A. of Ilartow to Savannah ('ullahRn11 --'h'; : : Of all the dramas of
Lightscy 11 ,('1& Saturday mother love, setiere with a thorough understanding of this elusive mode r i
6rm. for people from several Florida counties ever so powerful, so appealing, hereis I I i iI'

who came to witness the dedication one that strikes a new chord. I'I From the matron of larger proportions! to the girl of slender! .
It ,is rumored that Kubc Allyn poet of the cattle dil'pinlt'ut and l l to Alice Joyce, more wonderful with
a'iti-r' and lecturer is to quit his job take part on the festivities of the day each succeeding picture, portrays an figure,
mi. ling- Island and return to 1 Florida Approximately :200!( ) cattle took the trip entirely new type of role in "The
in, tho snow flics. I I through/: the "cunal of prosperity" to Spark Divim. ," written especially for :.

---. great delight! of the herby Alicia+ Ramsey and directed by
I'|Ithl' / men, women GOSSARD( ) CORSETS< 1 ]
'I'hi big sugar/ refinery, that is to bo' and children gathered, to witness' this Tom Torriss. The picture will bo

pal ir, at Fort :Mjcrs will have a ca- new event in the lice stock and agricultural shown nt the Gaiety Theatre on Tuesday
PIK sufficient: to supply l.e"llIlIll'c.' '', development of one of theI October 1 llh 8:30: ( p. m. The Orrni.iti; ( 'tnille front letting Corsets

:Siiint.untic. ,,' consuming public.Thi I!I I best counties in Florida. Mother( love-at first the more spark, .

I then the full fierce flame of awakened i i iI
.r< is not a vacant store in Jack- Clayton Fulford, of Cortez\ aged I, mol hl'l'hood! Hero is a subject thatis will give idi .il proporiU. ;: without any feeling of restraint, .. I
somiil. and i doston applicants for ., -2 and newly married, nccidontly! shot I is ('\ to the heart of the woman, the I and the most critical observer will: not be able to trace your E'"
arc K"llI'chinCor/ n location.Three and killed himself Monday night at
spaci man /and the child. It is u drama of *
prnccfulncss and chU: in to the skill of Cossard lirtj,,
years ago there were hundreds his hnm('. The only witness of the universal sympathy and understand I try.
oftuant stores, and many have been tragedy was> his bride who states he ing.
limit this. year. I shot himself while sitting. on the bed Our stock U complete, anJ you can buy a genuine Gossard
Not is the of this '
once beauty picture
find toying with a :H8 I! calibip revolver.The interrupted,, The titles themselves fur as little as #)2.75 up to any price you der'rc: to pay. '
Work has begun on clearing tho"rnundA bullet struck him in the neck and ,
for the new aviation field in ranged dnu nward.! He died before are pictoral as they !gleam You may be assured that our specialized corset service has I
against a fleecy background of rolling
Orlando for the Aerial Company. It medical aid could be "(','urPI\\. !golden clouds. anticipated your every need.STUMP'S. t
i" said, that the principal business of
the company will consist of taking A near race riot occurred lit'i- A glittering brilliant icicle! Such is F Ftt
Alice Joyce as tho girl without :I.
passrnprrs for single night maunia in the southeastern part of a --
\ heart in "The Spark Divine." I ,
Hillsborough county. Several negro I
After having bitten four persons, children threw stones at some white A radiant glowing orchid! Hut! she i

i und] ffbde. in the act of biting a fifth children, and white men coming on is al'lificially'II''d to care for nothing
) a mad dog was shot and killed Wednesday the scene whipped the negro children but fashion, frivolity and, the extravagant STARKE FLA.The
4 afternoon in Gainesville; by and sent them home. Several negroesthen /: vanities of life.Perfectly !r(

I the foreman of the street department. came up on the !'un. armed.] One gowned perfectly poised, I
negro by the name of hers fired on Alice Joyce is the girl who fascinates Leader in Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies ReadytoWear

Th. temporary injunction grantedten IInrvey Tucker, a white man Tucker admirers just as does an exquisitely I 61i@Y- i!
d.7. ago prohibiting the striking then shot Hiers down and he was taken carved( color glowing diamond. \\1
jiho-.fihale, miners from interfering: to a hospital in Tampa.) There To preserve her setting! of luxury,I 1tl
with 1 lb<' operation of mines has> been was no further trouble.M. "the girl without 11 heart" mllr!' l'II. It I r p,'\
is a marriage of pool, calculating purpose.
made permanent by Judge Call in the I tMr1YYYYIIMr
Federal (court Jacksonville.W Unlike\ many other women who I had gone to the clam bar with 11 H. t
: has
A. Supp of Oestvtpw proven w
humIlITh.c( for money or position, Fra/.oe; manager of the telephone'tompany '
f'(. IIarl>eson Lumber Company, I that huckleberries when properly in Florida lookedafter. arc however this girl frankly tells\ tho ( and :.Mrs. Fra/.ee.; The swift : ftFairbnnLsMorsc
n paying
crop man that there is no love, only a device current of the channel sucked! Sableover
the loggn -
nf (CaiT-ille, have purchased All the fruit is easily disposed ) ;
I tho to keep her position in the worldof his depth and he' drowned liefoieMr
,c railroads, mill and lands> of He began '
of at the highest prices
'' show and )pretense.\ ; Fuixue could reach him. [lioth I I:
Lumber 1 1I
, !!ay t "f IhI>,'dtul. Tho deal involved a c'onI = about the list, of August/ and the crop Vainly ho endeavors to awaken tholove men had donned bathing suits, and, '
I Huh,, i.ttiun! of $1tiOOOoo.() It is said netted him Mi.R5., ); :,. He[ has six acres that ho believes is glowing beneath Sable was a good 1 swimnu-r' and why 'I 1
that the mill at I'arton will cut most i nhcrry bushes and I this crop was the cold\ etevior.Motherhood he' was> unable to make, Ins way out of t i. '
nf. t tin ii.mbcr of the new company. gathered from half of the orchard, : comes Surely the spark the deep! hole into which ho topped I Iis tt'
divine will be awakened. The woman He sank !
a m "h'I'Y. suddenly and I 6I
half trees and
the other, are
\pi,' rmen of ;.Miami insist, that pub us young still remains a !lovely imago, without I on coming up culled for aid.. lie fore I I ,
,I,, ,I.. ".1 _-tnb'mrntc in northern maRn- .|ti-it: coming inrtoforc . n single tender, warm impulse. Shr :Mr. Kia/.eo, who is also u good "wlm1' ,t
/ini:: ind:; newspapers"' ; to the;; ;effect; I seems a sculptured work of beauty inei. <111''" rem h him IK hud /gi>ne un- | i..
union and a irowd l of thou-alld" ..f I without the warmth of feeling\ thntresponds
th:it th )' have formed a ider.
I'or .JIII.k ksam\( people, the ((1,000 ton all to the touch of baby fingers
:"n' iTi''j.lod' ) with - r r/tq'4atLv7t7re; y 41t 1'r' ,
' of i Labor an- without foundation stool I cargo (carrier Jacksonville, Ikwprrntethe\ husband watches for I A :Mr. Mahon: a ('iI'ilVltI.. veteran, ,.r-.. r --.,
which is destined to carry the proud he first flush of mother lour H is in had l boon living near Crystal" Uiverfor

----- name of that city to the ports of the vain. lie retorts to a mud scheme. n number of yearn [lie owned! a

Mrs I Kltner Bailey 1 of AirnHm i eomiiinti world. was launched at the MorrillStoxonw ( The ,denouement of the, story ;isstartling horse Miid 1 to, be' lit I least, twenty yours j x / ''b, I

.,i "suicide, Monday morning bylumping yards Saturday afternoon. surpassing, thrilling. Itsweeps old, which ho had boon driving rogu- t, , I II
the The Jacksonville dressed 1 from. bow t to tot breath taking climax. !I i .f. f .
for -
!! into Ponce river from larly the past! fifteen y'al's. Theanimal q 1 Il Ir I-
In., nirr, at, Arcadia, and drowninjr her Morn with pennants and flags, smoke "The Spark lJi..i ne" is n story ol"lemontnl was supposedly' / as docile' /und<1''I rr1Y 11 ALily ,
to have pouring from her stacks! and her whistle lour in n setting of luxury. A r r t P r v
<-i'If 111 health I is supposed gentle as a kitten. couple of dn.v: 1)R
hood. tin- cause of the rash\ act blowing, started on her course as fashion beautiful artifice. ago a colored man happened\ woild's commerce carrier.'l AIi,'" Joyce hat. never developed amore passing the :Mahon place and, saw tbej! tIJ t'1GalfMaWtaMEa7tw( 4 yl /iA llltitu/ .. '

Tin itainehvillp, Housing! Company striking, heart compelling work aged I man/ lying on the ground supposedly i! -
has been organised; in Gainesville forth he largest shipment) of peanut of art. dead, and the horse .standing< I I 1 D
,' purpose of building apartmenthouses meal which has ever passed through "The Spark Divine" Is. one picture I over him and l acting very strangely.Afraid I A'tirt1uf '

and bungalows to take care of I Jacksonville is being loaded nn the north seeing. : found" alone with thoi .. & it!! ,
the largf. number of people who are steamervostorn' i'rulr, for I r.urope.Tho ; droll/ man no Hastened d on his journey ; / t'l h vp
ermine t.i that city. t shipment will total ft.000,000 important cominc'rcial outlet for the towauls> Crystal River, and there told, .fI r, 'I", : .":' ;,,, ," ,
pounds. It is the second largest shipment Hastings territory in the near future. n number of white men what ho had "' :/; ;', 1I1'-'r.1IfJ.
The Florida Lumber & Crate Company of this commodity to he sent ,seen and said, ho was afraid 1Jr.111: t rt. : I,
have located a plant at Rosalie abroad' by..I'. W. Brady Co. The Wes Other towns! have squirrels about hon was dead. The men immediatelyproceeded ",'l". Eninntvith '- .\. 'II! .
and the machinery has, been shipped. tern Pride i"I large/ .steel vessel! of the streets, but in Punta Oorda genuine The company wil begin operations at ,000!) tons displacement.' She draws monkeys are to bo seen climbing On entering I the yard the flg"c ,
the earliest possible moment. It is reported 21: feet of water and is a first class around in the trees and electric light horse showed 1 light and they were.: ,1,j

that the mill products will be freight ship in every particular. and telephone wires. They absolutely compelled to seek 1I'lf"lin' Might. ,
brought: :" Kissimmoe> in boats or refuse to stay at home and warm to They, finally succeeded in lassoing the
barge :Monday afternoon, as the steamer be fast developing the traits of their vicious animal and di.scoveied" that the, / '
I :May Garner; was approaching) the ancestors in the wild state. (From horse had not only killed 1 his master #

HepuT <.- raided the home of R. D. dock at liven: Co\e Springs and wasnear this pair, male and, female the number but had l eaten away the flesh from The Greatest CombinationWHEN
Armstrong, Miami and seized intoxicating the last beacon before docking, may increase until this section of his face, body and, limbs. Tho following J 110/0-
liquors valued at nearly $1,000 passengers on the boat and those Florida becomes the haunt of a large morning/ the horse wa", found
The raid was the result of the arrest "standing, : on the dock saw a young tribe of these interesting animals. dead. It is believeil that the' horse
of Armstrong on a charge of selling lady go overboard over the rail on the must have been bitten by a mad dog the full meaning; ; of this; "Z" message ,

whiskey. lie had been arrested four upper) deck. A life boat was put out With his feet held fast in the\ soft : and had developed) hydrophobia. ; -miglit feW farmers in this communitjJ -
times: previously on n similar charge: from the steamer and a !launch left bottom of the waters just olf Pinedas ; )
the dock the Point l H. I I.. Sable wire chief of tin will fail to at once call 51"n's ",
hut always escaped conviction on tech and body quickly recovered. As a "<'iiiel| ot. the shooting of ( un- on us.
nicalities. Life was extnut., It developed West C'oast Telephone Conipan, St that the victim was Miss: J Ruth fiada Petersburg, was drowned while hteiII' of men' said to lie from Jaekiinville -
The carpenters union of Miami: has bough, of Jacksonville : standing up Thursday night Hi- and Siinford, visited' Palatka *Type and pictures can but suggest this v.llue J @

the contractors that -- Monday, night searched the county t
given notice to establishing achievement .J 1 This on<) possible bet
after January 1 that tho members of Claude Ilowell, the negro charged l jail for the conductor'* clover/ and' fail
I the union will charge: $1 per hour, ort with shooting and killing Police Officer 'nir to find! him, went oni maraud terment -Boscli high tension, oscillating migneto;

t: $R for right hours work. The carpenters Tiirknett on :September :20th.; iti' HIT, expedition" in, the early I hours of completes orate engine service, [LIlly maintained byus
I I union agreed some time ago I Jacksonville, was convicted of fir-t '1'11.,111)| ",morning. They dealt' severev
that there would be no advance in wages degree murder in the (circuit court .on. \VhyS"l" .ith' an aged negro" /minister, and 1 in co-operation with a nearby Bosch service

without giving! the t contractor- Saturday afternoon The jury wn 1'1 In wok III the James Cafe, tired station. J Prices- 11''i H. P., ,5.00-3 H. P., : '
noti..p.Fillbermen. out sixteen minuii( :-;h"rtTwlrnlt, \ i I tin, 'u levolvers indiscriminutelv oral <
Ample '_ l roilfrlit a large number of. dcj! utn,," < 7"<...'Y f.C..1 | ""dll gcnolnl ,1I.lurl>l1I1" ('. A num1 $125.00 -6 H P., $200.00-all I''. O. B. Factory. '

had a picnic' in Franklin into the court ,room, an i 'Vn 4<|111,1< 1 her, of strangers wore nntieeil. here
county tho past week. Tuesday they of police were on hand The lacer Mrs. j. A. Cox, of AI- Monday( night by members\ of tin poI ijJJlil.fJ[ I.UMIiin; : 8 Si'i'PLY' COMPANY;
marketed at Carnbelle :0,000; pounds crowd present waiidvi"ed, .l to miiljo' dcrsonV.. \\a., writes: I In" e force and the sheriff. anticipating, '
of mullet. It is reported there wore no disturbance! and up' < n tin y. ,.idiitbeing ".',iV clnn.. !M.r I:. . suffered 1 an .attempt on tho life of his. prisonei ,
110 many filth that the fishermen permitted road the pil.soni'i i w.i- I taken' to tt'II ; ;'he! C-JIIIJ! plrirr" Ml 1 him, away early in the even-
one large school of mullet to the county jail under IVHVV gu.mlD. not tiuu in h. tl the I nil'' Later in the night the mob dci -

pass by, the men being unable to han doctor: ; i( . L- her up, and : i id' dly rowdy, vi.sitodthe county jail.
o dip them Coleinan, filed at Wain hula Friday we heal .'11 tier home Mdlc (I 'I'hey, were. told the prisoner, wan not KISINO ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
morning from injuiios 1''rI'dlit J" c I I Buffered so I there and a committee allowed to go T_0ii..i"lI' 'tY rr

Early Tuesday morning Messrs. 01- tho big crate rftill lie was operating much at. . luue. flayIng i t through/ the jail. The mob then visited Get "10. --II. I.. SteveriHon is 1t
killed a cut oft saw and in sonv' manor i' the union station, some of them
fiver and Welch of Anopka. a he..iil of Cardui: "
, preparing to gather his of Name Genuin.eASr'fm.ay
crop peronn. BJYl'f is on
largeb lack bear north of A popka.h his right hand came in contact with got U for tier.'" suggesting' that the prisoner might .
Thin makes the second bear killed the rapidly revolving !saw, taking off I Inthere for transportation to some I i lliyer
within the past week near this point four fingers. He wn brought! to rnu,nand iilii'r point. When the train. arrived telex J. K Norman and children '

and the hunters \report .- more. They are !getting very destructive coming out from the anesthetic mil, ) I I"' 'uilly disorderly. Uev. .Spicer, un J. I D. !Moore.H. .
among the hogs and venture 'liking to the physicians. Apparin'hho GARD ; rid,I negro: preacher, was i brutally a.s- I,. Stevenson and J. It Moon Sl Y i
right In the yards' Of homes and takea was :getting: along: all mrlif ate > .i feed) and colored members of the were visitors to the State J-'urm Sun r
pig I I the phvsicians' noticed that he ,v i :, i ..mi crew had to hide. Failing to day. .
turning blue about the eye- and r"" i IIM I their prisoner th- mob flrod off
Mr. and Mrs. Underhill
force of workmen are busyat and he passed 1 away in "less than hil!* The Vcmaa's"Inalvwr/ Toalc .. ngular fusilade of shots. Sheriff are
A large ' the proud parents of a fine baby girl
Lauderdnle cutting down theunderbrush an h.ntr. Odema of tho lui.g-- I't i ,i II: 'nF. who hajlll.t/ returned from -
Fort born first of last week. tltsr
and doing other prelimi given as the cause of his, death ,iiun-ferrmic the pinoner t') another
of layingout ___ I I 1 ', .. .rnebef"r. tail hurried to the scene and ordered flohort Norman spent a work with ;tYJ
nary work for the purpose to ,. .V-3. his parents, Sir and' !Mr. J. E. Norman
100 of Thr Deep( Creek improvement t. rK: j: upr vo, ,flu mob to disperse. When sound of
a golf course. Her acres has been completed to such an xt.nt L xc ml ::11 ,, "aiJ( h Jr t tin "hooting wan heard in the resid returning( to Winter Haven on lacier nn "Itavi-r-, TnhK-tt of .upir;,,"
for -
land have recently been purchased -, IrJ :.e at. . Carrtui A in ..
: [ package
a tart cont
? the :27th, where" he in a work. ( : ininK rropardirections
that ships will soon permitt.,1 tial section there was Jeener,1nlarm ,
council, having decided i d h.r nd sins ,
the Unto, the city CoO r : we for lli-nlu., ('olIA. raiD,
that a municipal golf course pass .through/ the channels. Twe sharp i 13 pr ".cs c<., rywhrrC.nCie many believing that the jail I 1. [.. Jackson came down from Jacksonville Neuralgia, Lumbago' and RheuointUm. '
would be a good thing for the town. points are being cut away' by bias 'ing | receive r. 1.y. t L'!''r u- 'i'IK bring( attacked. i'! first of the week.Mr. Hume "H.iypr" means grnuinn Anpirmpr 'F
and! for the the past several day the 'i-tli ol Birn. it Ic'raevery I i, and Mm. II. II. Lowm and children ''*eribeii' by phyrlrirna, for ninetwnye
The bus the White Star reports of the dynamite chaiires haul'i ii year: If': nffCfthepooJ : (I and \11'11.: [ K.: J. Lewi spent Sun ; ...,.. bandy tin boiw of 12 tatlrt
midnight on In been heard for miles around! The completion 'Ii : Caiili: las done f.r Reducing the Hou* h'ilif./ day in the Wateroak section. eot fnw i'rnn. Aipirm' in trujo meek
robbed i
Auto Line wo held up and! I weit>r.n who!, su"er' Iron: Rome' little folk. were (ployln"Vfejiinif I of payer! Munufttcture of ilunoicrtionf ;
.. night of these cuts will mean the InU I Our school i ill holding fine this
true wild west wa hion Friday I i I tho'''II Corr.pi sr common to house" lint,,," wu (pupa[ up .I.I"dp HahcylioaolJ.
on the Dixie Highway about three straightening out of the creek and their &"x. It SlioulJ: i-j:: Jane rnntnmA., After much illllleulty 'IP term, fifty pupils being enrolled. -- -. -
Lauderdale.] The route will be one of the State's leading e-od. too. Try]/ - -
mile south of Ft. I I Wu have
ycudy \\nrtn i.1'.1. I'npti irate prayer every
!. muniicinic) i
I will be of : : E-77
number, inland waterway It Piles Cured in 6 to t 14 Day
bold highwaymen, two in Wednesday evening. It will bo held
art lUinlly iMimt on! with : "Hny, there at ,,
the sufficient depth and width to accommodate i UrxYNirfa I n-fim.l If pA/ri OINTMBNT fniuin
!In i money
strike ,
made a lucky choosing of the large river boat I r / i ern too many rhU'tiin In the family the home of I:. J. I-ewia next Wednesday '' curt Itkhlnd. Hlinil lliteilmit I or Proiruilintf; iUvrilirvcn ..
car, u the driver had approximately any oiu- of Mm will t p. .> to btt th* doc1" nigh. All invited. unir Inhlnil film, and ynu can Net
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r : fra ilJrd !I ;, on may break nil the other com- LAKE: BUTLER i
; County Telegraph; 1! maiidiiicnts tomorrow? Do you iI

j believe you tan be sanctimonious l.uki, Duller, Oct 10.-Tommic ,

tod.iv' and cheat neighbor to- Hewitt. i is, ut hume after u yeut's ser-
I uhlishra '. <'. "ki-; nod cnlcrid ng' ,ser- your (
111111"Shouldn't every day be : vibe i with Uncle Sam's fighting force
J'' I ed cl' ,illt the| Kisl-olliri- xtvtntke
id (
">i in c "fires
kept, holy ? and, his friends lire Kind to have him United States

I FluricL. I B il I,., had nol.! reckoned with Gnmesville. here again. //

'I I he highborn dames, and pious I Armstrong is improving, afteru I I

+ K: S. ;M \.1..11 I E:\VS. Kditor and Owner. ': tin.liilooked. ( at each other and said!, severe'' illness., C. Good Tires

J, C 1(1 'ms'oIIModlltlO! Pxlitm191 -. "I'n, ..p.. -It.r.oull!" Gainesville is an Rev. 1 1. S. Hendrlx HUH sickness in ,, are I
I In his family this week. .
'aiinnialous/ town. One of the oldest Clialn ?
Y tinlute, it should by this time easily :Miss Thelma Schell and Mrs Rate

O 'i'WI3EfL I1 i9hu I li, th,' fourth in size but it is not. Tho Johns visited friends In Raiford Tues-

working white population comparedwith day.

[ =, OH' J V*:f Vi, till) !I .R! ..Ar J the' traders the lawyers, the idle Mrs C. L. Vurnes and little con W t

: /'II.h and the negroes is so microseopal! Claud of Johnstown, visited, Rev. S. fg RUBafpo

--.-- .'.- '::,- i 2i34.! ; ] Unit the domes who rule society ear- S. Proctor und family Tuesday afternoon -
r not 5 6T78| 9OJ1I2ll5l41516il7l8, 1 I Henry/ Vornes, of Johnstown was
in Lake Butler afternoon
Pifigiessivu" liberal growing Oca'lit Tuesday
1J ) [ nffciM.' / through the Star, this consolation -I Doc. Valentine of Providence. was
j of S, S. Proctor
f a guest Friday evening .
t to the defeated colonel] : ?
I 7 P
W20' 212225 2425' \\ (' observe! that Col. Bob Davis ,
1 II.: U. l Roberts, of Worthington was
(of the Gainesville Sun has
261'2' ." st 11 I'I'.I, the Pharisees In that | in Lake' Butler Monday
'1 : 282930. 31 I ': village! by recommending picture i i O. I,. ;Mizcll: of )Dukes, .was In town

I i: Wednesday.I .
.11.j" mi Sundav afternoons
I1 I i : -. 1C. O. Roberts and son, Jason,
-1 1t I Wonder if tin t late raise i in the pi 1''lie Come, lit in with us publicans and
visited relatives in Lake last A
of egg' vvii"n, lit i "lIlit, of thosi> dot i t sinners' colonel; the Lord asaqml woik.Min'ni.. I

t lit,'0\,1 win, ,ii, :genitor:" , Reid" was n"ttenegged t- i iflli' ( i-1, with l" quite freely when : : A ('_ Strickland: spent Tui.tidiiv ,I //4rrI
'' in' oklah.ruin. ? 1 hi.,. was' on earth. ; -
I ; . The editor of the Inverness Chronicle :in ksonvillc. ; !
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! : J I' 1 Mr*. Hilton, of Jacksonville, was '
f 1 the Sun's editorial & ;
II' r In u li gnl( ndvcrli.ement i : published (oinmentlnK on f M
the truest of her parents, Mr. and !
,1' ,.3 lii, r a 'own stale paper, among those! 1 says:
;\lr"1.. ;\ Rivers: several days of last I
I Ih.I,!. ., i :"i|' is "Tlmmas> 1'y\e, A very worthy clergyman! of \M-ok. I ; Ifoto i4S'
i 1.11| Thumiis I'M ," A other to his views
i "I i" i i iun as days used put 1 It. C. Peoples of Miller motored I

j li add.! 1 us sweet by any other ': like this: Any notion which was to Lake. Duller Monday.Mr : I i iPfflJ / J V" Jfe!

Iui IAll I meritorious on a week ,day, would ; and, Mrs. W. F. Wise huvte rcnted I i 8 liiilfei'j -. .' JV. .ol.' ,. ii rff.liSUSA

he equally meritorious if performed the Pons cottage recently vacated I ):
sugar rune prudoetsvdl, be in : on Sunday, and by the same .,
hv :Mrs. Wrildrup. Mr. Wise hall a-
i great demand next yi-ai./ It is sifo: to I reasoning, any act that it was a (T-eptcd a position! with the Coast Limas " M" Sfc'** T l\w fa w* \ 'trWgbdy
make preparutions for a big acreage" 1 sin to perform on Sunday wouldbe
I ticket agent.
of cane for next 'season. sinful if
equally performed on
| Charlie) Savage returned to Al.uh-' !
? a week day. We pained this reply !, uu Sunday.'
Organized labor is on trial for its when asked his, views on the I
? :Mis" II. L. Sprinkle and P. ;M. 1'1I.I.j
life Radical elements have abandoned publication of a Sunday newspaper ,
gett' were among the visitors to Ym 1 *
former demands: for collective Lest some of our friends I county seat Monday.

4, baigainni, and. undeitaken to substitute mlsconlruo our meaning und, Jesse' Gay: of Providence, made a 'Kmal Curd'
therefor collective dictation Asking charge us with belittling the Sabbath I business trip to Luke Butler Friday
the right to life, liberty and pursuit we like the Idea of considering i afternoon.

I happiness, they deny the same nil clays as the Lord's. days A. E. Proctor motored over to(1'rovidenco Most Economical
right' to men who disagree with them. and. one no more so than another ( Saturday afternoon.

Whether we are to have government The Sun's editorial( has, acted 1 as nn | Mrs. B. P. Wilson. left Monday. for

by the maponty under law or entering wedgeand while it is not apt Gainesville! for a few day visit with Wear-life-service-mile- values means greater econo-
government by the minority under. the to have any effect on "exclusive" friends.C. .

mandates of organized (radical) labor Gainesville: it was not written in vain. I W. Edmonds: and sister, Eva, of age-safety-comfort. These my-less cost of maintenance

tfl to be tested. and dpte\'milH'.I'ill. the Wo know of a town, a miniature of !I! Worthington were guests of Mr. and

(. conflict now in progress. Upon this Gainesville, where some of the few !Mrs. A. C. Strickland Saturday. are the things that count inless repairs and depreciation

t issue every citizen must choose the white working people dread the I I II. W. Borum spent the week-end,

side. with which he will be allied. Only ing of Sunday as it passes com-//! with his family. Q tire. Car owners who fin their

r conservative organization can live slowly for\ the lack of entertainments.Some I ;Mrs C. W.- Edmonds and son, of

t, only government by the majority will of the others sneak away before Alachua, wore the guests of Mrs. A. I These are exactly what you own thinking prefer! United
xto/Republican) Publicity Bureau. daylight to fish or shoot, tied many | C. Strickland during the week. While

lads, go olT by stealth to play bull behind 1; here her son is under treatment of get in United States TiresStates Tires. Their merit is
Thn Telegrah certainly makes good, the cypress ponds.) If some harmless Dr. Mann

its boast of being the "county paper." relaxations were not tabooed during The B. Y. P. U. rendered an interesting general all-round tire satisrecognized everywhere.

i Us columns me brim full of news the off-service hours Sundays program Sunday evening at 8

.. from every part of the county. Those these people would stay at home and o'clock in the First Baptist church faction. have them-a and
I who read, the letters from type
oar correspondents likely attend) the church services. The and the attendance was splendid. This
will find, that almost every cause of religion never Buffered. on I
r union extends! a cordial invitation to This greater total of tire size for every car.
item tells' of someone going away or account of u little liberality. "All
the public and will strive to make the I
returning home from a visit. This is work and no play makes Jack u dull :

t good, news fears ago nobody went boy," and he will grow to hate home 1 A nroirrnms class !was more organized interesting to each study time.the We know United States Tires ,are Good Tires. That's why we sell them .

D away from, homo and! 11"I result tho and run away on the first opportunity. : B. Y. P. U. manual under, the Ford
Starke Service
/ management Garage Garage Waldo Roberts & Harrison
country population was ignorant, bigoted .,
of1 is. .
!, and, prejudiced. This new fashion rlllTKCII OF CHRIST I : Crystal Armstrong.The Worthington W. P. McLeod Alachua J. M. Holt
' of fu'iuenty,| going away on trips many friends of Walter Savage & Son, Newberry,

: gives them an opportunity to "see There ,' ore pleased to learn that he Is Ernest F. Whitney Melrose H. F. Brooker Trenton.
will be services at tho Church much improved) after a severe illnessof ,
more than one pot boil, they imbibenow
of Christ Saturday evening, October more. than a week
ideas'' learn new methods, I.
seenew llth. and Sunday October 12th, by Jack Colson of New River was in
scenery and. faces, find! that good Kev J. O. Barnes of Luke City. All Lake Butler Monday afternoon. Townsend.

and, worthy people live elsewhere, as lire welcome.\ :Mark Tomlin and son, Charlie, of If. I.. Fowler and Dr. W. H. Lee
well as in their immediate! vicinity, attended services at Guilford Sunday
- -- --- -- --- I Johnstown, were in town Monday afternoon -
and. the rough coiners of characterand HIGHLAND:< morning. Mr. Fowler organized this
deportment are worn olf. They church in the $75,000,000 campaign.
A. E. Proctor visited his brother,
return from their trips with well stored Sunday school was well attended, on
I 4A mind', rested bodies and brains and, Highland Oct. 10-Mrs. H. C. Wim- T. 1). Proctor and family in Jacksonville Sunday morning and a collection of

a brighter outlook on life. The cheap beily, of Liivvtey was here Thuisday. Friday and Saturday. $25 was! raided for the Florida Baptist 1
l,! and indestructible, Ford car makes WalterVudi1, of Quitman, Ga., wasH Dock Valentine who has been visiting Orphanage

' possible, extended, trips and is becoming hll"llIpS8i.ltor, here Friday in tllrkp his, grandson was greeting, Orestes friends Fralick in our Mr. and" Mrs. W. F. Guy and Miss 11 0 BIIIL1OII1S of Say s .
: more and more. popular.The from Henry 11 month's Hudson visit returned with 1 Tuesday herdaughter town Monday. afternoon. Belcher are visiting relatives at Lar ;

Bradford County Telegraph, Mrs. Percival I Sayward), of Jesse, Biclling! of Providence, was go. .
in town Mrs Claude Davis and children of
Friday and ;Monday transacting
published, Starke says that a "real, lo"lon.111': ; ''. Mrs. Sayward accompanied i
business. Jacksonville spent Sunday with .1.V..
:' big, strong leader is wanted for that her home and will be here for !
+ ;Marcus Dekle of Five Mile visited Townsend and family.
a t I two weeks when she will
section ;Mr.
like join
; a man Flagler, for in ,
Mrs. J. E. is friendsin
relatives in Lake Harper visiting
1 IItll""p. to develop and bring out the Sayward at New Orleans for the journev Tampa this week.W. That Is the amount on de-
} & good. things of Bradford county IInd home. ; I \\\l posit in the savings banks
I : Krvin Tlokln is. supplying ns teacher. M. Parker of New River. spent.
Miss 'Vinifr".1 'Vimh""Ivn'rivp,1 --- --- ----
make it blossom it should! with theI
j as in the Five ;Mile' school.i Sunday with his family. States. '
; of the United
( good'' things it is capable of producing. Fiuluy to spend 1 the week-end; withro'lotives. i f'
Math Roberts and John Green of S. T. Dowling, of Raiford, was in
; "Starke is better for celery than
Five Mile were in town ;Monday at. Lake Butler last week.
:Mr. and Mrs.( .
Sanford better A. Matr and ,
; for potatoes than son
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. >V. Alderman Knter- This is the fund which
Hastings; has richer soil and better Loren were visitors here Sunday.
climate than' {he East: Coast and the :Mrs. J. II. Boulware! and son, of :Mrs. P. 1' Dekle of Five :\lIle. visited taro 4 shelters, clothes and feeds
in Lake Butler last week. The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
t. far southern Island Grove, joined ;Mr. Boulvvaro
counties things hereare
at a standstill." The Telegraph here, Thursday and will reside here in Rev. Armstrong delivered an Inter. G.V.. Alderman was the scene of 4 us, pays wages builds cities, /

. is certain that the right men are t he future. esting sermon Sunday morning. merriment Friday evening from nine extends railroads equips
H. F. Priester visited homefolks o'clock to eleven-thirty, when the
Mrs.; .
within Shade of .Jal'kMonvill.VII'
the vicinity but 'seem afraid" ) !
-, to start anything big Mavbe: the the" guest Sunday: of11,8; Ruth Par Sunday. young people of the B. y P. U. enjoyed industries and maintains
I needs, ker. Casper Human spent Sunday at his I the hospitality of this ideal
county someone from the outside home government.
, to come in and discover the possibilities ;Mrs James Shephard und children family. After several games the
' : of the section and the of I.lIwt.'l'I',. visitors here Sunday. Kenney Townsend spent Sunday "gusts, were invited to the porch and
just about to open may bring. season just- :Miss Ollic :Marr returned Friday with his parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. J, W. boiled peanuts were enjoyed.. After 41 Ii Ten billions is not all the

the men desired. Florida is. going! to from a visit with relatives at Live I this !great feast the games and music country's capital but it is 4 4l
continued until a late hour. Then the
Ic be "discovered"' by a lot of enterprising MICKIE SAYS
folks this winter, and the state Or. G. W, Brown of Lawtey, was a dining room was opened to the guests l the capital from which
will hudhu'ss! vl'llorIondll! : '. and delicious ambrosia and jelly roll
,, f !grow rapidly 1II..rwllI'd"Timp.. ) drafts are made for new
t Union. Our thanks, big brother, for :Mrs T. C. Wilkinson rl'tllrll'd,1. VA' SEE CUXCC.K9. I"'S LtctcHtsEVRV I were served. Each one present expressed -

your cheering words. The state highway i nesday from a visit to Jacksonville " WEEK A WHOLE;) themselves as having spent a developm ents.

will soon pass, through i Staike, and Live Oak. GIIooNCT OF 1Je.-CttlP1\ON.; most enjoyable evening.Woman's .
and then (Wilkinson went Jacksonville o.a'N' VMS COTtA'' AX-l. TvVKAE." Club Holds 'Interesting Bus-
s. t' tMt1 maybe, the god, in the machine to .
will discover us When he finds Thursday \ther.he has accepted n position BS: ENOm' Out N01tCE9: AN'" i iness Session Progress depends on the

us: he will Und something better thanIIIDEIIOt'NI)4 VMS DONE"" LIKE T' BE DUNN\N ( The Woman's Club met Monday: afternoon accumulation of money for investmentThe

I fit v a gold mino.I ;Misses\ Leima, and ;Martha Griflfls OUR FRtts NO3: 'N \* Nfc'oKttP .. .JES' In regular session: is:4: :Marshall

---- -- --------- ,'i.itplilitIanille, ; Saturday and Sun : TRfXCX.OP" Nttt: OVf6" AN' Proctor, presiding The meeting -
:< ,\:-
; It. C Wimberly returned Satuiday \\ \ vfo GAVE u; .A1AT1A was shown. The business session capitalist

, i (By II. 1 K. I.agergren) from n trip to Hron"on.'hilt' 1\ME't'a1ROt1OLE> ''N \NE consisted' principally of the election -

f Col. R. ,v. Davis.--"Our Bob," as we there she was the guest, of ;Mrs.' .Ed.1\ I wput.o suet' oe OOLAGED'NEVERY1H1NCr of officers for the ensuing year

fondly used to call him when he gave ;Morris 1f :!I as follows: Ole Dollar Starts Account!
I I'rellidt'nt.1i:4s; ;Marshall Proctor. an
;Miss Marra ,
j us: a chance to vote for him writes R'IIII1,1'1'; and John : ,, I
1- 1' the able editorials for the Coalll"ville were" visitors. to Starke Friday.! j First. Vice Pre'ld"nt.Irt.; J. E.Ialnp. . .
t ; Sun. In the goodness, of his heart hepitie ;Marion Crews of Jacksonvillei"pent .
Sunday with his ; Second Vice President, Mrs.: P. ;M.Padgett. .
I <| the workers of his town, who : p"rlOn"11' ADFORD COUNTY BANK
could not, like the automobile owners and. :Mrs.( I"1.: Crew's.The ': f 1 I 1
I Bradford school Third Vice Pre"iolent.Irs.: A. C.
M spend the Sabbath day traveling county near
a I around, but must staymot home and i here "1'11I'.1ollday: morning for the Strickland. "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold"
I read themselves, to sleep or stand full term with :Mrs. O"'arlcCor; I ecl"l'tAry.Irlt.: J.1. ;Mann.:
t around the garages watching the mil'k as principal.Jules Trpfl..urer11'11.: P., K:. Dell. ESTABLISHED 11 I 9
I menthere Librarian, :\IJ" W. E. Loadholtz.Penorfer. .
Iu I" repairing; and provisioning the Eunice, Macclenny.; was avisitor Starke Fla.
:Mrs. H. ;M. Stanton. ,
auto of the here ;Monday.
r p rich. lie propose! that I
Mrs. Jr.1..
I i Stanton was aoopinted
picture shows and' other innocenti
i- amusements be allowed during eer- Remove Mot. I| chairman "of theI..ltpr; Club which by the Lake Butler Woman's Club to ]i r suffering from a severe cold on my
will meet on Oct 10th, at 5 o'clock, help in bringing this: attraction to' lungs and
taro hours Sunday for the benefit of When traveling one should alwar 1 coughed most of the time
1 those who work six of the bear I j and each Cl"b member together with I ake Butler, together! with an attraction night
days weekand In mini. (lint cinders are apt to j their friends and dayI tried a bottle of
are Invited to attendfor for the months of December
t need
relaxation on the seventh. fled their Into the An Chamberlain's
way eyes f'Y' h
a subject of Interest will be dis- Cr Remedy and
He fortified himself with arguments cup a lotion fur bathing and a fenSnxsccil r\ January and February. The tickets I _
cu's< dPlans!. will be was surprised at .
I ).' like these: should bo included In your' y'' on sale at an early date. Secure to promptness with
were disc"s.ed In connection one for yourself and which it "
gave relief
what is your idea of keeping package! A tirade field solution will writes Mrs.
this ? bs' fo with the AlVah"st Lyceum course, James Brown, Clark 'Mills N. Y.Many
day holy Do you believe and oootlilii fur eyes (hut are Ira .
#ti that if you keep this ,day "holy" "InDIM! from ,il'\"t. mud or fvleliu: flea "In.hi--h will give their first attraction AN AGREEABLE! SURPRISE : another has been aurprlaeil and
the mnnth of November
according to your idea of holiness VT and pleased with the prompt relief afford!
It< + I people of Bradford county are invited "About three years ago when I was ed by this: remedy.-Adv.Ir ,


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1. Gaiety. Theatre Carmel MyersIN Mary McLaren ALICE JOYCEIN I Ruth Clifford i UNIVERSALPrreenta '

\\c rater to the Host. INmm.I IN: I I
I he Iti-wt, w o Offer. win( ; WILL 1.lmIE: ? Tim SPAUK: DIVINE) l Till SCARLET SHADOW
I I''. r,i ..",u .., i 11 IH,' ( 11 <. it wi,i,;i \i",pi nrvnin ) t iliumntir" dorr. ..1.. or tin- Mother Heart. '1'11I'm's: : : UP'ternoon I Six nrlr or 'Miitimonl from start to flolnh.
SHOWS TRT'f 8:50: I P. M. ,HI' II. .nn,,.
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-: I he feels. much better Rnt! taken up nt my place. Owner may ]j
Lake BuUI'I'
will speak in the interests of the Srv-
I| r take walk or ride and, I have same by paying for feed nnd ,
able to n
"nt -t\\'l'\ Million Campaign of the Too Andrews /and<1 son from Baker,
Baptists. county, made u business! trip overpert' the Sunday paper. He cuts 11 I this advertisement. J. E. demons, '" ;
cLI Saturday. I !supper but about church time lie I Brooker, Flo. 10.10/tf.

Bits of LocalInformation ifj I Those interested in tho safety of L. I I' \'uscntndl'pll spent the work-vixl another attack and stays\ at home.' .... 1! FOR SALK:-=Tho--Sydboten:: ; f: cottage on_ i ij

SI. F.. Anderson, and there is a large : with his parents in Jacksonville wakes! up :Monday morning (, I Cherry street' including three lots. 1 1i
able] to to work and does(
j general interest, know through and go
may i Wilum Andrews spent the wcckciul No reasonable otter refused. Terms! I
j i Ins. daughter that he arrived safely in WorthiiiKtan with relatives.Prof. have any !symptoms I of the disease: |' if desired.! Address. M.: P." McCook, i ,I

his home in Oregon. i 1 n.{ A. (ircono attended the til the next Sunday. : liiSt;( Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. i iI ;
l rw..sM/.. ?...f.. saIMII1 .i I 1 school board meeting in Stnrko Mon I Remedy' : '!11 tti nut deceived.! I; 10-10-lt. i
V..r.. he aI. C .ar 4 T.s.w. not mocked."- Gnl.: 1'I:7.: I
l Wednesday evening, October day. .- >..- ---- --- -
1.1th, the local orgarrfintion' for the .----- clean ,
I Quito a crowd 1 of the young people \\'ANTEII-Clothell to pros
pI. -...'" I "i-venty-flva :Million( campaign will bet attended the bait name ut the Stated'; : niter stilt! repair. All work guaranteed. -

ompleti'ij.,! Special reports! and earnest ': Farm Sunday afternoon. ] Only white club in town.
I I. U Kluri. 'id sn nt Suiiiiuy in Jui I K- :11adn) : I ;urn' i villo Sun. II
exercise .will\ of S. I,. Alvarez Starke. Phone 83.
.,. lie, ------- -- -.-- spiritual prove : licv. SMimim-ri. of Mnet'Icnny. filloil j
---- -- New !tine! of :Men's Soft Pelt I interest and vAlue to all. his regular nri>ointment Sunday nt | 10-O.t.:! .)

J !Jo. 'Doulmg, (cf Itaiford was in hats $: .:;!<() t to $1.00( :It Stump's.M.iry I I I the Methodist l church here i S'I'IIAYEf-Mare- -- -- -- \- mule, brown with j
In' ui-day. :.. ..: James Whitcomh Riley birthday! Ralph Alvarez and Victor Knhl, of: ONK CI-M I A Sl non KOIC' E: VC'II I! "" :
.1 . Oct. 7th, was. observed, by the pupilof I Sin rice, wore vi-itor. over hoiv Friday jl | t ,ASH Itn1 \1. I IAilMTlUiim , Hack' stripe 1 along bark, mouse colored
-- : : had a lillle In nib, rte" iii.rrtid, r III)* h , about 800 Ibs.
I the the i .... _, muzzle; weighs: /
the D. TI. S.. period of .
nt I d? ill '
evening. mull In- .0. I I""i "h.u ? i"
is! Is.itherino' ; Cnpllincer spent Ft M.i'. .t! fium' homo away: morning exercises in the auditorium. l TisonJ fur nor itwrun" "rndnl" La I.,.. <,lll"l Notify': George; Cone, Route 2, ] M
I iP"f.u'" A. Greene, Amy .
II'' .Jack onville.1. An ad in U. C. Ti'k'ginpli StarkKox: 21. It
Brought the Innibkin home next day. The short but; program 1 :Mam 10 Doini.irk, SmliiSimmons, wont -- II
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1 .\\1. I 11..1";' i ii'd, of Lnwtey. was a -"'" .
, hi ,
has recitations, and 1 marked features. of hh noon. cane mill and bmli-r; must ,I
of Jacksonville I
itngrrVells" ;
> t 11" .r' Ur Tuesday. life and works) I Miss\ tent' Scarborough, of LalioI good condition.. SI. Parker, .
been In Starku during the,week renewing I '
... I Under' wn-i in town Tucmtny' nftor- J
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1 U i< .J 1 \\ :Nichols; of Raiford, was acquaintances, His many I . DAVISAgency ; ;
iiniin.Sheriff .
T" friends were glad to greet him. Rev. C. H. Abernathy preached 1 at -- -- ---
i wi I 'rr llny. : I
------._---- .. Presbyterian church last Sundnv.: Epperson, of Stnrke, was! I LOST-Bunch of lu-> .s. Finder '
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I' ''. I'I: (I', lleiliergor, of Brooklyn, E. W. Jenkins districii, ngent for The members. of thi. church wore I in n.nd..l'ws Tuesday ,afternoon Jim Hitch, N. T.hitch I be suitably rewarded i i for '. I Est. 1886 r
much to have this visit from |'
,i '! I" .\'Saturday.. north and west Florida was in townMonday pleased same to this nlllco. 10-10-tf.
their f.nwl', whn is much beloved j and G.; C. Sapp went over to I II
of paster" I'
after the interest .i
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lull1. The 1'iv-bjiti, rinn SlIn.IYK'hool Starko:: Monday to attend the Jeter i INSURANCESTARKE ( :
Special prices( on nil Ladies' Ihudford! county's farming agent. sale. FOR 8.\J.I'-Jlotl'l: .six 111'(,'"
will m\l I for
Oxfords and Pumps: at Stump's.i I, -------- -- commence Sunday land 1 for sale or rent at Ill" 1111"I. I
the full and! winter "season.' Miss Tholma Schell, Iako Butler, was -
:Mrs. :SI.[ V. Mathenv: and children, hero Tuesday< organizing, music Fla. A. X. Adliins! Starko. '
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< )Waters and family of Dukes,
of Brooker, are now living in Starkeso
in -
class the Kaiford high school.
Now f is the time to buy JinK- ,
visitors, In Stnikc Tuesday.T. children have the advantage .
\\i-ri' the
I that may hams for the Children's SchoalDresses - --. IVAN'l'Efl-To buy pints wood, {
of the Bradford County High in six foot Il'n t1Wo\. will do ,I
I (Gin- hams 23; cents a .
> .
Christie of Jacksonville --I
A. , School iml at :Stumps.It BR.\IWOII) () hauling.: Quigley Lumber & I "
-pt-iit, Sunday in Starke with friends.Hon. ,\ : > Co. II 1 1F.

I IJev.: ( H. Abernathy will preach at Bradford Oct. 10.-C. H.( Newsom
l 10 o of interest to school -
A. 1) Andrews of Raiford, I the Presbyterian church next Sundayat I may to know that the Bradford< and family spent the week-ond with WANTED: -Girl for office work. E. Fralick k Hdw.Furniture I&{ :
hud.! business in Starke Thursday.C. school
i 11 a. m., and I at 10 a. m. I ; 1)r. A. E. Russell visitor. in
morning at 9\0.:\ and gives one hour
: y
A. Youngblooil, of Therossa, made I Hits : ply Quigley Lumber & Supply ,
and, a half for dinner so the childrendo Sl'l.lInl1Iondny. '
a pleasant call at our office. Saturday.T. : school is Starke, 1 Fla.
The interior of the high not have to be there In the afternoon Little Vil'A'il'wMOm is very ill at I Co9

lout of repair in places and has been 'I until 2:30.: In the afternoon the ] this writing I I II Ie y
D. Iiyal was among the Brooker for ,.some time. The longer the workis "schiiul, cli'ses\ for the different grades j Seelier Edward: was a visitor to'J1-From: home, young

visitors to Stake Monday.: delayed the more it will cost. from. four until u quarter to flv('. j \\\Vnrthington! ,!ay afternoon.Mrs. I I four years old red! with white 'I'I'I k1

I \ T. L. Willis was a visitor to anti 1 belly; markod crop and i ihost
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at Mrs L. Williamson and children\ Hooding/ _ 3.00
I. : in - -
J. M. Truby, though never ,doubting Brooker Monday morning. I I bit in one car, under-square"
Handy Hrymcr's 103tf. from Jacksonville l! (Crude H.imrH _._ 1.40 t ,
have moved here the efficacy of a Telegraph ad
hand are occupying: the Sparkman never brought face to face with it before brother, C. II. Newsom Monday :Moody or J. E. Conway, Starko, Traccx ...$1.10 1.25 ,
L. II. Hill, Inwtoy's live real estate house on Thompson street. last, Friday morning. In the and Tue..,day. I I receive rl'wlIl'.l.I.! SI. Moody Back Bands .85Itrooms f

man was in town Tuesday. number issued then he advertised n Mrs. C. Ii. Newsom was in Worthington 10-10-11 . ._ -._ .78 .;
S. F. Humrick is expected to .1 i I
I cane mill for sale. It was Bold immediately Monday afternoon.Mrs. Muggy/ Hiirni-HH' __ _17.SO 22.:>0 .
S. M. Daggers, the Lake Butler Mon- i return home today from Sylvania and since then he has been C. W. Edwards, is spending[ I I FOR SALE\ ::-Oiu-. light Ford tI; '' Kridlt-M . . 1.85 3.05 }
tombstone man, was in Stnrke (;a., and wiM: begin her kindergartenclass with belated buyers. Cano short while in Lake Butler. I I 1
besieged road condition. Suitable for JI _
day. I II next Monday. . Cups' and SaurrrH 1.00 1.50
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I mills seems to be in great demand( two if I( (
TKI.I.:: THE I':111'rOltnay :: i hauling and passengers' Pl.ite _ 1.00 1.50
l\rt' 'Monkey: Skin Work.I ]M. A. Jones, of Gainesville, representing just now Box: :25:! Lake Butler, Fla. 1 I Ii Itl.irfc: Corn ShellorM 3.25 t

Shoes $1.79!. ;at Stump's.J. : : I the Gainesville Oakland Co., In the last issue of the Telegraph before yesterday. u perfectly\ i I :STRAYED; : -One-yearling- crop II' I li

agents for the famous "Oakland Sensible wo mentioned that Dr. A. II. Freeman nice lady called up and with tears in
I I swallow fork We have the largest
M. Alvarez has made largo shipments splits in one ear, -
Six" automobile in StarkeTuesday
was her voice for not
bad gone to Baltimore to enter the reproved us mentioning I' ::
bit in the other
of big, fine juicy Simpson I'on's upper car. ()
in the interest of his firm.
surgical department of Johns Hopkins the fact that she had a friend 'I
this week ,,I Institute and, take a post iTinluate visiting; her' last. \\'('l'k.VI' told her i C.1II.10-H.-A. Yoiingblood, Theresmi, line of stoves in

I Best grade Hle.-ichinj.: 1 Ward course in the treatment of diseasesof she. had nut !let( us 'know' that she had, '
W. A. Crosby has shipped. a (carloadof wide! ,2a; cents a yard. Stump's.: the eye, ear noTe and thr'>lIt. lie a visitor. Tln-n she said, "well, you town prices $15 to ,
ties this week and is loading!
croat FOR I I : lul ,
I found the institution crowded.! to capacity .should have known. I thought you SAI.F-CnbJ.IljZ" plants

another. W. It. Younj11111 family left Fri- and continued on to New York,, were running a 'newspaper." Would varieties. Stocky, well rooted. t.

day for Sanford, where they will reside where he entered the New York PostGraduate n't that rattle your slats MOllie people eral. count. Prompt shipments l
Messrs. (i. B. Colaon and Geo. Lewis -
of Brooker transacted business in in the future. :Mr. Young has I :Medical !School' Second avenue think an editor, ought to ben cross express.' W. It. Brown, Hague, !i $75.We

Ktarkc, Wednesday.Mrs purchased a tract of timber and will I and Twentieth street., bet\veen I Argos and Anna (Eva; I-'lIy.1 10-KMt.

get out cross ties on a large scale. They seem to think) that our live senses --- appreciateyour

for The many friends of Mr. A. C. aie augmented liy a sixth that letsus Jo'UIIJD-A} .small bay mare ]
: A. II. Freeman left Friday
J. SI.\ Truby has leveled up the side Fling-"Had Fling," as he i.s affectionately know everything that happens even I I with white rings around each business
visit with her
Dallas Texas, a a
brother, J. Wills.J. walk in front of his property on Cherry called, will bo sonto learn if we see, hear, feel, taste or smell leg, weight about 7l!">0 pounds, > .
: street. This is laudable work and thiit he suffered a slight stroke of it not. Dear lady, editors, are onlv I:
I we hope property owners along Walnut paralysis Saturday morning.: Mrs. human, or at least almost human. It "' "
A. McKinney: of Sampson 'I'
street will follow his example.Mrs. Fling, who has been visiting friends you have a fl'i '1l1j"jUnA' you, if you f-
City, made a pleasant call at our office
--- ._-- .- --- in the Northwest for several weeks, lire going! out of town, if Johnnie full
:Monday.F. Ella Kate Stuck arrived on was wired for and is now at his !side. and breaks Ins arm and your husband FRESH GROCERIES J
Jacksonville i I :Monday from Washington, I*. C., to At this writing onlv his loft arm remains hops his. toe instead of Ik stick of
A. Scott came down -
to Sunday with his take a permanent position in th" Field affected, and it in huped thnt wood if anything happens, to make

family here.spend Division of the General Land Office. he will soon recover anti be among us I'you glad: or sad, happy or mad'", callus I have added a line of Groceries to ; ,
Cheyenne (Wyoming) State Loader. again.C. up. Tell us about' it. That's the .

(; W. I way to get it ill) the pawr.-l Hartford bakery and will be prepared to
Messrs. A. A., I':. :M. and po. my ,
I Rev. G. Jo'. Scott, v.h i has been A. Knight I is in Atlanta on a va (Ala) News-Herald.
llazen, of Rrooker, transacted business spending the summer at Culyton, Ca.! cation. 1/ __?___________A:__ ____ I serve my customers with anything ,;
in Starke Friday.
I has been visiting relatives here for I lilt.> :Mcmi.U'MVII.L:
Weeks of LaCrosse, ""hl' past week. He leaves this week I Mrs. L. A. Davis. Jr.. brigade sponsor 'IIIKK! ; AT Kor.MHU1; i i, in the Grocery line. f .n
Hattie Rae
for Del.and where he i is in charge of Is attending,,, Confederate. vet .-- 1 iI
spent the week-end with Frances Col- Grace Methodist church. erans' reunion in Atlanta.Menhail's At the present time there are three, fQ J. O. TURNER.I ,
Louise Stewart.Men's
ley and .
- ----- - men who have a national reputation 1
:Misses Addie and, I Rosa BuisdonvvVnt will eon'or .i rn ir on in dairy circles, : Dr. H.tluock, the inventor uZZZS Se SZS3SZSSS5SS2SZSZSZSZSZS7SSSSSZSS2SZSSSZSZK' ;
Dress Shirts 7.:; centsto ---------
: to Jacksonville, Monday afternoon the public by not selling sugar in any of the liahcock tester, ; Dr. De- w!!
$2..>0 at Stump's.Mrs. to attend the marriage of their I hut sn'nll 'PUII.l( .-... 'to milividiml, l>uyf I.aval, inventor, of the cream. separator i -

-- ---returned friend l, :Miss Eddie SIcManaman: to I 'rs. 'V'hen a irar. u .k< for '. *i dotards| ; and Dr. I:). V. McCullum: whit in. ---

: Annie Sternberg Mr. S, C. Brock, which occurred early upward of sugar' it is a safe proposition the. last two or three yours has. givenus r
home Sunday after !spending a delightful Wednesday morning. I that it is intended for moonshine. the simple,, but wonderful, story of r-The

summer in New York. -: I This circumstance is chiefly! responsible uhat milk and, butter fat mean to Checking Account

F. L. Turner;; ; n well known young for the present scarcity of !!UlCar.HAII'OItf mankind.,
!Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and sister :Mrs. Starke business man, has bought the I Dr. :MiCi.Iluin will give one of hisii'lcbrated r

W. H. Barrett, spent Thursday in Cason drug store from the estate of ) lectures! during' the (Unit, + a' ,

Lawtey with relatives and friends.! Chas. P. Cason! deceased, and will Seminar and Livestock Roundup< Oct 1

---- Co. continue the business at th<- present Rniford, Oct. 10.-,\. H. Andrews I 11-17, University. of Florida Iv'cry; mini's tiuu is n''kola'd in
Lumber & Supply ,
The Quip-ley/ stand. mndi1 n business trip to Jacksonville .
are putting new roof on the :Methodist Thursday. OLD DISISIIIH: : (iiiiaii\ ( dollars and tent. He should striveto

church and making other repairs. We are ermine\ out our line of ..rviI"u: ,. and HanldVall., of :\fJ-\IBI'HS::: ; i become) more t-flicient, irul thus t+

Ladies: and Children''* flats at Stnrke, were in town Friduy.,
!Miss Maud Raisden, of Jacksonville 9!)!R cents each._ Stnir|)'.' The Raiford is visitinir at the home of her their basket ball J
- ---- tl'tlm'elnp.s.ln the Telegraph( with tho following -
prac.1molh"r.Ir: !!. :M. A. Baisrlen. A great deal of fine rice has been ternoon. a1.1 I concerning u disease peculiar The first move should he to open a i

frro" n this I season bv farmers in this Thomas Andrews mad a. business with church members:
:Miss Lucy C. Cushman district section, but the best sample yet seen trip to Jacksonville Thursday.J. The symptoms vary, but it never I hank :account. This systt'IIIllizt.s: his

home demonstration agent for north last in town was left at the Bank of Starke E. Crews made u business! trip interferes, with the appetite., I business( transactions, ; from' the start,
and West Florida, was in Starke bv James II"r""bwho lives cast of over to S'tarke Thursday nfternnon. It never lasts more than twenty- ,
.week town on the Kingsley lake road. Miss f'1'; rOil p", one of Riiiford high four hours. establishes a basis for credit, and! increases -

-- school teachers, is spending the weekend No physician is ever called. his standinj in the ('(1111IIIlIlllty' -
M ssrl. L. W. Klckliter and S. F. Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Moore: of Tam- with relatives in Lake Butler. It always proves fatal in tin- end

Morgan, of Ptarke, are attendi"g the pa, passed through Starke Saturday Quite a crowd of the young folks to the soul. .

Con fed -aee veterans' reunion in Atlanta ,,,.,..,.n.9 onronto forew Orleans, attended the show at the. State Farm It ,is. becoming, fearfully prevalent T

this week. where they will take ship for Santia- Saturday'; niirht. and is destroying thousands very We especially. invite checkinc( ac-

". 'h'1" There they enter the workof J. W. Andrews and son of Stark year. 1'
Mrs. Ftr-k, Colley, of Starke. who p roi
has been visiting her sister !Mrs. Wil- -- Sunday. No symptoms anMt on and none! too -mall to !have

liam Lovvmun, returned to her home At Ga'nosvill.; \* :'olon
-. -.,,-- --' Jrhn K. Whit", of "u'h: r r'dina. and thiwi' 'l'-cnd" with her purer ti in well and wakes fueling well, I ; eats a our, :appreciation and vt-r\ t art'hol,
r-= -"-.- '-"--- r 1 Miss Kathleen :Mallory of :Maryland!, -- --- -- h"lIrtbrNlkfl..t,< but about rhurchtune attention.Bank.

CJFn( CASK T" ;II t td the at IIK k rume-i on anil/ i'uritifiues -
We Deli The Rest Seed
nd .full line of i s. .... ......-t'U"l'P."l"n r .r-sxesr We Know until services are over fin the

I FOR FLORIDA FARMERS morning. Then the patient fe'ls| easy -- -.
rri rrmtlstroese. .
,n "'aiffV: SiJPf.1, "rrnrrr.fs ? -- -
Our reputation of f years and, cats a hearty dinner. In the, uf-
lilnniohilr hearer I: H .----- --
M. PRICf.FRS. lake! Butler our Hv-Tc quality. A
., assures 1i'JIaSTIOHII.HH"SifS.I.; : ; .
AI.A\| t I land The hear -
.1 f forVrtcnsts SEND FOR FAIL CATALOGUE ANDPRICE of Sr fitb
vice at *li* lowest price "*,> I roVSTII'ATIO.Vf'hamberlain's ( ; c.r
LI'nW. |
'. f'ri..r' I is Work. Tablets! have restorfil : -
tr>- 'e .I"lrr"rh .1 !IVarr-1
I.I I. are familiar with plantinir "..nd.Cional t to health and happiness hundredswho '

,. --ri -mha'm..' "rar' "f tlIfRctrrv; iff- I perhaps we ran help' YO" Write u*. | were afflicted with indigestion. The Growing J r.rf II II.S.

.. -.,...t.ttest Oydgis t set E. A. MARTI SEED COMPANY biliuoHnps, and) constipation. If you 'I Matthew., Pre.. (;. t r.ihile, 1 ;e ,
I/'J"T: T C. JOf4IEtie. are troubled in this way give them a Jj)
Fia. r.."__. Jacksonville Florida trial. You are certain to be pleased! ,

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: H F:. Brown made u business! trip to it had! been made from decayed vegetation I I' Urov.' Ta.lteles.s chill Tonic; 'I 1 1I.

to )Dukes Monday. dropping/ of animals and restorevitality aim t-ut rll|)' liy purlfjlun: ...

Mi. CouiFarmersl II. C. Pceplcs was in Lake Mutter xhudo. lie broadcasted lot 11111 11 U I',. rlchlDIl the blood. soon feetiijrnlnii 1110

Badford :Monday on business.Dr. and over it sprinkled acid phoHphute, lavlilutat'uil El':" < Vnat' enn.UGilTCnLOlEL .

J. 11.IlInn.! of Luke Butler, which beside furni/hil1lf phosphorit,

I! I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ---. i: made a piofi'Sisonal visit hero Sunday acid had a tendency to make the m- 1''
% ; it jointly the' addiiss on "Mime Usscntmls irllcef MAKES[ .
; .-iniugi' : hoii'-i and use 1 tiogen in the coarse manure mimed
( OI ION ip "
:Mi\IH i : (' I
OIIONMil. I'roduition Geo. M. Kom-
;5 ( I 1'LI, t the ,small IJolIll'> -uppl t that I.1 is J. S. Howard, of Dukes was in this lately available. He planted his cum g''
waim. dry mel I of Washington, I 1). C.; an address the xocond. week IIf Mulch ,
I Ii.t \MI .MI, m' th' gi'di a (,( ,'1 iOn Sunday afternoon.Kur dining > and
; Is I'qll"lI: 'ii- I Firu', und as !Lung in I II'. A. C. True- of Washington, 1) YOUDMTHLY sm
1iit'tII by .
\ 1ltl'lwtl IIII i-ihlh4' visitor it received cultivation
Harmful I .. 1"111 OMI' the i .\I\ Thomas was u business I one only, us its
her -HullccMls I j t ;Not vintila C. also one by I li. E. V. McCollurrnn 'j I
and ;
i f" ",, t Hu house while, he-Mi jto Alachua SlIturday.I luxuriant growth made furthet ('ultivation \

I -- li\ doomtd livthe 'i I ,nun, :in In. piovided will l Ill' suiluble-. ", What ( (institutes A .. an Ideal______ 1I1.t.1) I \1unioiaters was in Luke Uutlt'iSatuida tmposbiblo. dangerous \
using drug ,
-- Stop I''
ittiui -
: Ihl.uicl 1 mav
:- "a i ',. obtained b slor- r I'i.
1I1t > The conditions that made this
I plotsn
tdopin !I ;> '|" mild Er. \ i
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II'II"t, is
S bull wtivil!. That tit j crates upon (;.K.\IIAMCiitihani : rich it salivates you i.,
uf the. II. S, di'paitniiMt), of '111.rlculture .- 'ingweft pntatoi- in I :'01. L. Stokes and, taUA'htl'rli..R/ : could be biought about on oth- It's horrible!
k the telling I i of the kitih- ei good land by diumugi "I
I In IMS near .
mpid .decline Lottie, of near Luke Butler weuvis.- I
biiM-d, .j on till'1'> ; / Oct 10 -Col. Peek amUev - .if
artier. to. hiivtsweet potatoes and 8ubsoiling. Thus would,
In one
the pasttwo '11 itmjr heie Sunday./ Miss Lottie haaccepted <
duiing( William of Stuike hero
in puiduetion" Kiip ,piopc-rly, they should first be were Kccond I yield. :32,000: ( eunes. An uvciugc ('11111'wl'ilChll. You're Mhouii sluggish, < i, '
For the tin yearn tndmg/ bumntss Tuesday.Messis . the position as n""ls-1 .
on I
jiuit.' of HO) degrees! and l believe you msd vileditngi rnmi
temperature sllyJ: :'ipounds| whieh IfIa
I ill 19U t the uviruge annual I pioduc-" ( 111'.1 at u then stored where ; Chesley Kogg, J 118. IJc-y tant in our ,school, taking the place would .I to start your /liver and ,elH \, ,
I Xt" ile-giei-M and make the Cline weigh lillhn.t ; ) )
about or of :Miss :Mabel Brown resigned I crop
. tion of Son Island (otton was Molds and] J. II Suritncy mal a bus ) >WI'lit) .
) bales. 'I lie pl'.hll'tioll. in lltlH a ti-mpc-iatuie, of 55 to liO degreeswill ine-sK. ( trip to Gainesville Tuesday. I!. !K Drown, -hipped! a carload of lon to the acre. If 1 1-2 canes hire's. ro.j.1'" Ask y.,,, II'
: be maintained. : give one quint of juice, and !0 Li. II'
quails of Podaon'B
only almut I .loM( )0) bales, and the 1\11'14. Eva Harry was in Gainesville lions to JacksorN: Monday. gmt for a bottle <
ontininti-s was fm. I lltl'i! an as low an :20- I liiMimndM foi food, arc still grout, edne-sduy Prof J. T. Hnines, principal of our i of juke make one quart of syrup, the and take a spoonful' tonight '1 1I

I and, it IH leguidid.! us essential that school, attendc'd.) diuuh tit Sardis on sj i up f"ol1ilul'h" an acre of cane would din-UK start jour liver and stjou ,
) bales Messrs H. I P. Price O J. AbcrHathy -
(000 ,
I of the South beland : right bitter\ than tncl.r'"'
t the hweet potato rop amount to neatly (,00) gallons, 01" fiom' up
l- I
S' I Isliind I (otton, mUll) industiies I Tom .tI ills made. business Sunday .
Without I I I ant n : without or making
older at least I 17 griping f"'" I
1'!9 biiru-N
for" pioperK, I in to accoidmg to wetluitho '
will' I"1 KiMioUH.y ciippled. I if, i trip to Juck"Ivillev'cdnesdIlY.. N. II. Stokes and B. U: Brown weie want to lack' to tin.' itget
I and, "paitiullv, i to, moke up fin thehoitage! ill k-onville) business Tuesday/ bairels, held 1 ;32): or :|Ii! gallons .\t t you
indei'il., ,I tin. \ an" not destroyed the North I.. ( Smith was in Stnrke Wcdnes. on I the jour mom')
,' t pliinli-i} will lose, the major I nf I t tin I lush patti to i Hop in (day Eugene: und W. L. Douglass> were 1 Present high puce of syrup you Take I'fllomi. today and tomon
marry -' - - I muj figure out for yourself, what thipioieods weak and Hick and ,
T -unless some business visitors to Alachua one lay will fid nu'"\'
of I III'11 r income Air liigdon of Sturke attending -
I Ii Ir pall long uii) :I' UK.; I I'IC \IOIC C\lx( I Flm.( was last week would lome to. Don't loan a day's work Take a
other \11"11'1"" ..f t otton of equally, i i i.oitin) \ i. iti. ir ('i ltiI'Atiiiiit )i I to business hole Wednesday who I Thi shows the /possibility, ., of eaiu fill of harmless! vigilante Dodnon !
Cull Hiown:, und l.ailc
iiialitund mon'IIe"rh Poeples
tttapli" 111101 I l"lCh | J. A. ,MeKinney: of Sampson City eultun. (' Tone tonight and wake up fooling
une will bt thi
5 from boll weevil attack : I are attending. school ut lake Butler, ; mininggieut .. ,
hero his I.
iminiine wus Thursday, guest of It's perfectly harm go RIV
is ('",'rally aierpted' and glownin ten days ago the "iipiesentativoH ,daughter Mrs. N. D Wynn spent Paturdav and, !Sunday; with thenparents this nop" i of Florida and. the land in. your children any time It can i ivate ,
1I of t the piineipul :Mi-tion i I,1, it 1'1)' he fi that
t hi. Sea Island .ilmtnetH of I.h""oulIIl'Ullt'I'1I I Dr :Mrs. Hunter of 1 DO lit them eat anything all
and] hampton
of .
StutexMerits I lini'X I j ill l-loiida infoimed 1 groweis -- -- A m-_____ I I lop, ward
I nited
I were h'rV.dnelay..
pcrltihabli'H' that Fiuit (irowers;
t I "'if Meiide ( ottonThiu I .\ sn'u" IN C\NK:
be :Mr. mind :Mrs. O.V. :Maine, of
would! not I
"fiigeiatoi ellIs
-. is such a vanity of cotton. i nvailal, foi Florid citrus fruits and, Louise, were visitors hero ThtirsdujMr qti.""_ %'%,% %
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and '
$ It m known us ;.Mtude! cotton WUol'iltiIUlI,1 'I'I"hable" thin full and winter for : .i. I'lora Scott, home dcmonstiu Possil ilitie-s I of dine V ,'ld ls i in Bradford

bN thi- bureau of plant indiiHtrj. ,loading" under ventilation and. would! l tion agent of Staike was a visitor County I Demonstrated

S Uniti-d, StatfM ,dipaitnunt of be furnished i when lied also that to our school Friday. i

ugricultuie. I It is an fine as Sea only"most of I the supply of the; F (!. E.ours :Mrs Alma Wise left Thursday for 'ounty Judge deo A. Gniilmer i-" A FEW WORDS TO THE PUBLIC -

land and "us' long I It can he Is-I had. been suit to Cal ifornia and Tampa after u week's visit with her a good fainiei us well us a competent

on the icguliir Sea Island ginn.'rIrs., : H. .F'l'rice.. magistrate His latest. nehievement 1
yields. under ;Mil Illun.'I'"h'fll'u'l1'. is immense yield of cane of REGARD TO THE
make-s profitable Muiphy Price made u busmen tripto an sugar $ IN
) sent to I K. I Hudson! $
weevil t'imchtions.lint I weu I Hampton I Friday..las the Simpson vaiiety off a plot somewhat

tr .- will the plante and ginneis I I lluri I chairman i Flu ridui railroad, commission I Reynolds! was in Starve Tues less than one-sixteenth acre In I

take; suHuunl t i lit('.rest and co-opeiate' who was, in Washington at lily extent. From this little patch he has FALL TRADE

doKily enougl to I insiiie" the continued I the time, and early last week Chairman Mm. Klando Maincs! Oliver :Mainei sold since September 1st to merchant Ii

"prodiution I i of nn ample supply, of pure Iluir and Royal C. I Dunn, com- and. Alvin McKmnej, of Louise, were in Starke t tOO good.sued canes and, $
I :Meade i med'. Upon the answer to mlll"i'lJ1el', and I other officials, called) visitors, here! Friday. has still too; euues left This makes

that 'ipie'stion( in the t opinion of the dopuil upon the United States radioad administration Mrs Autumn Younjrblood of near one ('anto enih square\ Pull inches.

I mcnt of agriculture, depends" t the i Washington with ref- Waldo, attended. the W C. meeting The canes usp(| on the pliue are not A. I). Andrews Company at

Holution, of the problem II ireme' to the diversion of these lef hone Friday afternoon counted, in.
I i' riitor" cais to Califoinm and. \Vesti'in what he to Induce Raiford Fla. tell .,
igc 1 In being asked did want to -
C Of the :1,000) acles of :Meade, eottiflgrirwilig (;ieigei' Harry made 'a" business. tripto everybody
I t"rtitory." I It was stated, by the such n great yield. Judge Gaidiner -
than 500) (iaincsville:
t this not more Friday.
year I ladrnnd administration'' that about 11Olliliiiis t.- said, that the plot wns tine on $ what have to sell
: they :
acn call b(' safely I reported as puiestock Mr and Mis. Cho"loy Pogg made n gqt
( i of 1o1'1I1"1'. being i moved which an "Ithuilliult/ I I had. stood. This
I In onli-l to keep it pure no business trip to Staike Thursday.
:., from Cal i frniri that heretofore had hail. been taken .
means that nothing ever
olhe-i variety iif, cotton must bi. plant-I Ui'v H. Uyal/ and son, Hairy of Two"hite Mules weighing
.[ I been niadi1 j into wine; then-fore, ears from the soil but that additions, j
. ed I in the samineighboihood. Sampson City, wore here Thursday .
Ji rt moirt, of rigrir! ultuuis ('"('OIll'UJt-1 had buni. : nt (rom Southern teiii- :1\1\ i I'. White, of JllI'klionvilsp'nt/ -' -- -- 1 1000 I Ibs. each.
, i;. pit ton' t to hi Ip take i are of this movemint 'i IIlI-: KI-:.\ 'oW:; inI. \
mg .commumtii-s" of fanners" to orl'an-I pint" df I last woek hero with his sister,
? I1 ; However assured I _
the of growing I only they were :Mi11 I I. I". Pi ice.
for $
i, ize 'pui pose I that ,'verythinloRllil/ >ll' would be I.:\|,l.mutton (;iro'hl \\ hi'h I II J-'lllains:; Two I Black !Mules wcighingI
the Meade i otton and of keeping up Gladys Stiitkling huI'eturn- I
dune to have these. curs returned in I J-I/i'ury: / of 101 I limic
the t ir nib'",-d liy. lontiniHil t i Kelectinn\ 1.1. to her homein Gainesville, after a
:. ., "uflkl'nt quantity to take care of themoMnient -- 1 1000 Ibs each.
and nuiefu! ginning ; If\\, days', visit with her ''JllI''lIh.h.; I I '
t of pel'ishablon, beginning I Thin i an' thne i impoitant, mgii-i :
p - -: about Hie middle of October. und 1 Mrs. O. W. Dyal. 'clipntm I WillianiK I 101) Tonic each :' Two I Iron Mules I i
: I I fKKI'MSIVC I _\ \ I Sl.\ IS! I'OISiiir.iiios ( )I It. I.x.1: ; I 1I"ry Saxon and I ev. J. Alulludy, 'I'L' Gray svcighing8O
Jo'ollowinJt this lonfue-nce, the railroad Ion, of which has an important duty I )
( of Hampton, were" visitors here Sat- {
"t.I lommissioncis I ( hlll'ec'iv"(1 aletter They ire Quinine I lion and, Magnesia.
uiday. I () Ibs. each.
( I fioni the assistant director of I The iinnine|, in the tonic doors the '"
tine animals exhibited.; III both IlileyVusdin made", a business trip, % l
tnillir, indicting. that these refrigerntoi blood of all I i illf1l1l'nzl1. malaria 01 nthei lF F
and state fairs .h do to Stui'ke und Waldo Saturday. I Two Brown Mules .
i-ountv i IK your weighing .
,i'. o-n I'M will be' iivailnblrfor themovement 1' harmful geims The iron builds !
.i bemuse, tl\l'l :Misses! Georgia l.elwards:; and Uer- $
will i
not pi'"i-i i/e"" simplv "
of Florida fruits and the lich, healthy, stiengtheninirblood I
perishables up "
; dots tineli'island t thi t llie(' Hull were visitors to Staike Sat- '
owner nut proprrpreparation I 750() Ibs. each.
which stamina into
' under ventilation, ns i in formei puts! $
liT of the animal fm showpUrphiMet. I uiday.Messrs. weakened body! and the magnesia : # t'i
.. A. of the years I Willie unj Murphy Price
1'iof I'
,, S"I', It is (istinmted!" that there will be acts gently on the liver and bowds' Two large Brown 1-1 orses weighing ,i
+I,1'i M College of .\gri<'ulliiii-I has }hn:1: mui.h Ij | iipproxiniuU-lv 1 fiO,0H( ) earn, of perishables \\ilbu White and .liases .Mabel ;MeKunify cleaning) awa.v I the accumulated poisons 1 ,
f'XIWI'i.1'. along this I line, and I olTeiH Alma I Piu'> and Mubcl Byrd
j! ; :
I moving from "Floiida. dining! the I 1000() Ibs. each rf
;' I Home spit" 'mini xnirgi'stions to those (rommir season nearly half of which I motoicel over to Hampton and! Staike This combination is of known woith $

I # who anticipate i exhibiting either" cattle 'I will be .citrus fruits. baluiday afteinoon. I for the t treatment of ('oh!". I anppe(! I Two

,... '-- or hogs at the loming fansTSefore - -. _ "Frank Llevillcof, lJellam, spent : I'mei, Chills Influenza und Malaria. Young Mares weighing !
animnls are exhibited at a the. week-end hone with his patents, I
l1 i. I C'IIII'I'I.EII I <'II ILl "lt FN: IIKI..ri.n: I Dining) last yc'iu's Influenza epidemic
1 fair thi) ..v. shoull, lie handled, and 1I.j ;Mi and Mrs. J. K lievilKH -. t the. sales of I 101 I Tonic ineu-nspd ., 800()() Ibs. each. !

I. i'tito Ifli'l to .stull I canAn an \\nadin) nutde a bu"i",.,,, tripto This, 1.
, I that has IK'ver lieen handled then la" I .J&tek'oiinvulle. October !8!.--Within Hampton riduyMessrs over pltntv, fioo of 'per the cent value of this is proof remedy a-l One Iron Grey Mare weighing 1.I

the' n..xt few weeks thiee kiddies. from,
S. $
ken into a m'u stall on the fair ; Travis Byrd', and Gentry for the treatment of "Flu" At thu $ !

l glounds, may n-fuse. to eat ol" drink as ninny see'tions of the state will be Call left Saturday for Oakland where tirst sign' of "flu" or malaria use Dr 850() Ibs. II I
for McM-iul dn s nn aiiount of the sent 'home from" St. Lukes I Hospital have I "
> they accepted a position Williams 101 Tonic. A'25 and r,0) f

,.; ',l change I'm this lensun many live with t thi- handicap of physical deformitoms Miss Minnie Hodge, of Hampton, lent bnltlt inn v bi pi..milled I at your $ One good all-round perfectly ,II

link. exhibited: at faun look worse icmovcd and. as physically, per.f..t was a visitor here Saturday dingtoio. ;[

.mi after (hue, days at the fair than before as any noimal child. Another : Messrs Flank Reynolds, fichellUjnl 'substitutesdv. I

leaving I hllm.lIimlllll I to he I willI go back to his ,patents with I limbs I !, Edt: Barry, Frank Walker, Percy Adept no $ gentle Pony Horse. $

exhibited .should. have II fair amount I'' whuh have be-en shrunken by infantile ,Jon..*-, Frank lcville.lar'il1: Og- No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll .

t of flesh Thin animals, no matter how liii l'ul'Sis, made stronger and now ik'n attended the box supper it amp- children troubled with worms have *n ua- All this stock is work stock, and

well I hl'l'd.I aie noV('1' attl'nf'tlve and. seldom "lIip",1( with a set of braces that Min City Saturday night healthy color whU iaillcaiei poor blood. .and a*a

. t win pi'lies if there is competition will make- him as iiiiulv as possible :Mr. and, Mis Huie John, of Hnmp- ruin. there la m", .. or lofca atninnrh' diiirurhanre : are a little rough, but are perfectly $
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC' : given r Mol.Ifartwo >
_i .1 and it would often be. better to like other youngsters ton), visited, relatives and friends here or three wiiki will enrich the Mmx!. In

!leave the'se at home, The hildicn are receiving t treatment Sutiitda' and' Sunda>'. prove the ditfetitlim. und art id a (JHDI'ralstn I 'nttil 1 all right.
thiotiirh the service 1i** win.. h It. <\.0>...n. NUlo'e wIn thtIhrowufTor ', $ $
' I In exhibtiing i i hugs one should make orthopc-die :Mi. and :Mis. A. McKmncy: : of enlnilTunlc to t ,, . i iIn .
.r If the sclcttion liefuri1. 1"II\'inlllhe farm of the state boaid" of health at no cost IHpcll I! ' -"' ".llhol.t"IcI". .. i
Ioniseveii' heie, Saturday jerfrt.1" beau hi I .." .ik. (". "' Will sell with or without the
t ,t' I I'nst prue' is. mole I likely tube awarded to themselves. and undei, one of thefil."t L C. Smith and daughter spent ---- - - - -- --- --

, I on the t'hone (if t l\\o hogs than on "speeiulists of the utate--I)r. .1. Friday ,itnd. Saturday in ( ,
I'.i"" the ehoiee of foul It is always un'f I Knox' Simpson i I in chit"igo of t this department with relatives, and friends \ Catarrh Cannot Be Curedby money.

.. It fortunatewhen the. exhibition pens of t the board. Mr.; and Mis J. A Graves und ihdilien Cannot LOCAL reach AP1-1-ICAT10N3.lie "fit of the o diaeaii> they.

1 'f i. me owtciowdi-d UK. it increases... the One, of the ehddien ill having clubfoot \d etc visitors" to Staike Sunday I rainrrli, It a ""'111 dI8'aa.,,' Lonilltion. greatly. HALL'STAItRJI Inilu'ni j Also ,
eil by '
.4-' ,p dillicullj, of keeping t hI' animals ilenna e'orit't-teil. another is being treated ;Mi.r. (iimp' and( sons, of Sampson ('.\ lnlJll'INII; cure catarrh ,

I t n,( sunitarv foi, an I infected, hip i and t the third i I 'it}', weie \ isitors here Sunday. I It t l la taken (h.It'rn..Il. anil.Surf a,"..iri. >"through of the We carry the American \Vire
MI. otis
foi contracted, tendons. of the forearm he Ulooil on tin t
I. Animals for exhibit, should ariive I'tank I litville motored" ovei t" the' System HALI. I- I'AIUUI? MKIJICINBcompoiieil ft
t ('. Oil tire fun gioumls two or thiee days .Ml of those ilefetts will be col'reeled .. (la "I I I'l. of the bent tonic" Fence good
Sunday I I11. Wagons
"nullitycat ,t, li nme, of Ina 1 best .. t
con It til "
t" he'fon I tht time of l ludging Phis will und "ic moved befori tin ihildren i aresi .\ arid ;\o1 n's. Will ;.Mi.Kiwi weiem I 1 looil mown purlMcrw 'i 11 1\,' pc'rf'ctomhtnatiofl" to> .

!. 't',' give tiara 'nn opiiutunit| >. to become nt honiiFont '. Hiimpton Saluiday ..f the inirihieeui' ." HAI.I.'S (TAKRII Saddles Harness Collars Bridles
Hf-Dle'lNK; i In VM Ott: i nu tin a much won- $ -
ac-quainted with I then r suiroundingH, ndditiiinal I applications uie in Harm, \\ lldei' spent last week litHampton I li rful rcnults In i TI i irrlml\ ,'omiltlon $

If ,ind whin tin tune mmi- for judging hand from parents anxious for thenihildien I with his tlall : linmnlnni "Si 1.! timonlal free Toledo, O. I and all kinds of General
,% ) to have- the benefit the F J.h..ney o Props. (
they will be in th.pry best of condition sen- i'.iliel Stric linl;. hter.11''j I c4': ,

k' n-e holds! out to the indigent crippled MiUntil I iStsuni, of ._ __.1 \ Ierchandisc.'e
thikhen i of the .. t are just .
1 I Hogs to bt 'plaied un i'xhibitlonhould stuttAs school at Q
attt'ouiliiig oui Htaymi
not he subjected to soon us there 1110 enough ehildien .\i' th"1 LIFT CORNS URCALLUSES !
4' infctiou'l I hoini ut lul biothel, Pc'liy
.,t |i-('lIst's. For" this riot'oil I r IIK"o'l I in the orthopedic service ut St. Vr. liyul was! u bunm-ss: visitor to I $ getting in a car load of Furni- ,

,. i' ,intiuns have required hugs to br1"1 !.uk. hospital u school for ciipplcdihildrtn ltrookoi' Satuida OFFtoesn't
"IIlated. This I l will bitartfel, teiu-hing InI ture."c the famous
i niuins'| "-" .\li and Mrs T iJjal spent Sunday !- i carry
., i,n the pnit of thi. i'slidiitors, so tha* (dust I mil arts and manual I training i t
\\ uld"! with Mrs Ujul'a -
I P. ,t will not IH ,,11',','"'-hi i I'y for fair i uu.1 Dr.) & imp>,>n is now ill .communication ": .lit;Mr und Mrs U. N.:; Oowlmg.parnits. hurt! Lift any corn or : .. Diamond S Flour. \\'e know .

;( 'liorities to tnfniiithe* law In have I with l III', .F. %V. Liivell I on the board of .
,'. :Mrs. Andrew Sparks ul-
I Mi Iii priHiiution i ia I'i I'iou out, directors of t the famous !Massachusetts M and '. callus off with 1ngerh1\ : I that all kinds of i
,'it, s.hool. for rippled ihililren reI'ardmg tended church at ;?\luUllh'odllSumla nail> I II II II I $: goods are going
\Ir. anel ;Mrs Chesley Kostt :
1""1' :-1I'I.T: : roi .viois( I : rou)I I'p i ;pluns' for the -ihool. I

K1'LJ: I\I \ Y IIPI : SC.I'F: : Mi" Ralph N. (iiiene; state health ihildien Beach, with spent r'llItisnd Sunday, at friends.Lurlelon II o to get cheaper and we want to %

it ulliier. i ill inking" patents whose chil- 'I I
f f'F.
Mrs. Ciuiis and little daughter -
: ; Wynn
sell stock.Vc
I HfUiirlment <.\urirulture,,' Ti'llsf dien huvi.> some ,phvsual. defect to Thelirm of Jacksonville, are MSitintr out our will f
If'F Its| ;Me-iitiH i IIf Storing Them wntihim dire of the state board ofhe.ilth i
her lnrenhIr.: mind Mia Frank
.flu kMiinvilli"We > buy anything have to sell f
''l'l;-t The* I nih h ,potato 1 iiop of the ninth ;; iun: ' help; i;; I the; children i und meanxious Abernuthy.Mm. I I $ you

t from all ic'putts. will I bi, .extremely to do it. if they will give ustht ; [ Joe Padgett has returned from 1 1I. that we can handle and will $
visit there with I wc
I Plant City, a <'
I short t th x "':''i isnii. iimi, the usual quantity iipportuiiitv he declarerrnNi !" 1I
will be _. ___________ her son und daughter, .Suss, Pudffettuul I
of iiotu\01*- \/ not plneOel initarogc ----- ----
.- tl :Mrs. Stella Jordan. I: you anything you need for ,
is the main
? Tin' -.wet putato \ > i.ivKsiociv Ill It':N I rtru'

'. ,iN-pendcnee of iiinnj uthern people AT (!.MXK-sVII.I.n OCT. 11-17, Hill Newsom und wife, of Hampton I 1

I .b' ami Hpeoiul attintim t I -I tori lit. be given _. visited relatives here Sunday. I $ home consumption.

t. Ihl8 year to tnkinr t tin\, best tare of Uemembei tit t.ivi- stock Roundunto )Remember Christian Endeavor ev-

(be imp of swtits. n,,\\ maturing be held undi-i the nuspleen of the cry Sunday evening, 8JO.:: Everyone Come
.J : to see us \\ t
I throughout the Smilh I anording toF extension division at th,' college of attend. $ your
the United States iU-paitment of agriutttire agriculture, Ciaim-sv die. October 1 t- trade

i specialists, The usual moth- 17. MILLCRMiller I
; .. .
t. "d of storing sweet potatoes I is to bury Spet'ml featurts .* e the tractor I .--

I them in pits in the, open !ground, but dt'monst ration, milking machine dem- Oct. 10-Furman Stokes was i

.. .investigation has shown that fully rot inyit rat ion, spray mg demonstration, in I Lake Butler :Monday. Don't miTt-r'' .\ tiny itch' ofKruvzone I !
Alachua Sat-
t I t' per cent of the sweet potatoes so buried unit ion ,sllo of Hillmun herd of Angus Olson! Thomas was cvi-t but H low ct-nts at unv Iii A. D. ANDREWS COMPANY

0 are! lust nd that Home method of catllt. auition Hale of dairy calves, urday. drug ..tor*. AI'ply| R ft-w drops on tluFnrn >

l letter storage --houM be provided ami woman's day, October l.'th; also Tommie Hewitt, of Luke Butler, ,'. iMtlluneii and Imnl' ikin" on butt .
here on business Friday. .. of fi-i-t then lift/ them oil Raiford Florida.
\Vb,',! n cmr-trf,'rnhle quantity. of was r ,
\ Parrish who has been working \\ *, i-'rrpErtne i corn from the
;Millard hi ; rmovi' $
4 sweet potatoes being crown on any Colds. Cause Orlp and InfluenzaLAXATIVr. ,
l cttAm of feet
t.wa from the ,
near Tampa for the past three or "a"8
It i is desirable I that small I
\ nne farm a PROMO QIt:IMNE:> Tablet remove theI has returned to his home the* akin.. N-n.*fith M loft pink and httilthr
-torage house be en-tructel.' 01, three rauw*. Th re I, only! one Biumo Quiolaet months, I and never core, UnJer or Irritated "" "" "" '''' "
.ir. four igbbors) 'i'i I.!;ii tlllt. thor. lit I W.GROVE S "' in. en bui ]Dc) here I '
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IHK i ; ATTITUDE OK THE! ; STKIKK: CL.III LI, I visited friends in this section during, 1'P'

U\: HEnS the woek-end. f fblj

1 i flay Hill O.t.1"iil'\( L. Strick I The Kelly I school opl'l1l'dIonlay: i

-iiKinfii'iuit, that the American land and W. A. Starling were visitors with a large! attendance Mr. BarneyMoRuo :

i "I tin nt a loss to account for to the home of Willie Taylor of Marietta I : is. teacher

tl ''r, pi'" i nil strike in the stol millsoiiniiy. Monday.
Misses Sadie. and Din Bryant: and

( ., Murh nboiit its ori- 1I. D. Hudson was a visitor. to JackMissrs. | brother Frank are visiting friends

glt and character Is decidoly i>bWli -/I'/ "10. 'I""da1 ::. near Raifonl this. week. 'J

; would not the labor Icatl- : Wiiliani :S., J. and C. D.
. -mil.iml,; of the unionized The line Level Sunday I school met !
uteri Starling, ll. A. Austin Joe Reed and
., Sunday: afternoon and reorganized.Those I the national :
\ i I' pompomthe\ strike for n few II. B. Hudson were business visitor I

us they wore urged to d' interested.! in the Sunday schoolwork
\ > by to Highland Tuesday. smoke

111.. HI nt Wilson, ? Why wax no meeti H. 11. l'udgc/ was a visitor to I I I invited to attend Joy \ i ii

i ranged between Chairman Gary Maxville :Monday on business I i I Misses' :Maude and Elba :Manning of makes a whale

"+ h. steel corporation and a body I II. S. Starling spent Tuesday night I Starke, were among/ those -who attended I'Itwa

of ? ,'orporlll ion'lI employe ? in this section with his grandparents J the baptizing: : at Crosby lake L of a cigarette '

I tbly the tailure ot the presidontof i Lanbwley: was in this community :Monday r.fternoon." i :1 !

iiu- United i States aid 1 others who I I : Wednesday. morning N'1' /l1'E"rln"" / to report. little :Mildred 1 : It I

)labored to prevent the f tike is attributable Elliott knight and J. C. Jennings, McUae' very much improved.Prayer .

in no small degree to the mood I lof Mlddleburn: were visitors in this : meeting" : next Sunday nightat ,, .

,.Ind the special attitude of Home of section Tuepclny.I :M. .1. :'Ilcnll11 invited to at

> men who organized the steel em- I Arthur Wilk'inson. Horace Starling! s _

-. ,conducted the negotiations/ and Harncy Lang and Henry Hudson were tend.Lloyd and Merrill Edwards are on p

UK decided" to reject the request visitors to highlandVednesday.. the .tit-k list this week. f'2' \

there. I b<- a brief postponement 1 George Carter, another one of Clay ---- ----- ..- .
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-in-' walkout. One of these activei 1 county's: popular: soldier boys return- I NOTICE OF APPI ICATIOV I'OK T\X DFFII It f

i i i William 7. Foster, miinai 1 etl home Tuesday evening having noerivoI I I'NDKR PFC-TION (ITU OF TUB I' /4f . ,

i ,. 'he -trike in the Pittsburgh his final discharge from the CRNKKAI. gTATI'TISM. : "
lie .' hv nntli'iIH chin, tint T.I' Alderman.
i i .n I ..U'AMiljyndicalist' nnd re- army was stationed at Campi ) I'' .tc-iM-tr' ir,, ln\ (*.!P. c-i rtlfrnthomlered 4 t

II ,I i I Grunt Illinois. I . "rtiMiv. '. i :'. '. -i. nil. '2. 01. n U. I0!. t$" t : 'I
i'I I S. .T. Starling made a business trip I llrt II{12. !I'1 21". iml. :M.I ". Issued hv the tux ) ,d' L b A'44 1 1r 1ti
I 11 I r i- th.' "+author of an incen- i i-illii'liir, i nf ninilfonl, nninlv Flnrlila. Sn il -_. .

)purni'li-t! ) on "direct action lie'! to :.Mitvvillf Thursday.I.iiuie . [ i -t' ,illcntii'1 IN Inir ilnti.l. 1 the Unit ilav of .'"Iv.I ... '
> \ l n. ( and haw flli-il l .. .WI. ,. .
mtomethe (l'aI'h'I'11'" in Highland' l onThuisiJiiv 1(117 >nlil innlelrr nr
wage system HI n<\ and IIIIH miuli iitiiitlcntlnn fur lay
"1 i h t l >r.i/i'ii and gigantic/ rob morning.Urn I 1.1..1! t.. i I.,UiIn ncminliinpii. will InnThe ::- .
Wilkinson J. S. .u',1! ri rliflrntcn nneorthls rnihrner. the fnl- '-
i- ,u.rlytmaIed, since the world Prescott S. J. . 9Maur
to.iiiuInniTn\ In llrtiilfurl I'mi'it'1. Florliln. n.- .t
II.. -IH-ITM' nt the "ultra Starling\ W. A. Starling, II. n. andT. .r...-.1 111 i inilnti- of I I'iiHKiiiiiiii. <>r .".10 cirliflrnNN .' . .. ..

,1 I and peaceful Socalista''II { N. Padgett, II. B. Hudson H. S. in tinnninoH riiwpi i-tKrlv, \ hi .nlnnftirrmrtlculnrlx -.....:;. -
\ .-t forth, tn-wit : 1 "I', '.''U lrlt,, hV ,
Starling bu"lnes".jsltol"lI
I 1'iiiiK' + fitun a I little bloodshed ns ': were tolIiA'hland I.. I It. t, .its I." CU (
d rtfncnl' h' No. n:' iml>rnri-H, stC iitmrli-r nfNK l ,
,I'lin-' of the social revolution that Saturday. tiinili-r.| *,'''. '!T,. 'rl'| I. S R. 22 I!.. 40 ,
i W. U.! BIT klm nrii'i. "... "NI Non Ito,,I,. Awarhnt.: : :ur..v.o. ; you /<
is mail carrier, ,
"i\- "mingto overthrow the ] in. our- i fiJy ratf t'
I Crrtlll'-Htt-' 1 12 pml 1'iii.<-i-i. NK': iiuiirtpr ofSW \fOU certainly get yours when you lay your smokccards: on ihe table, fin., /i/toi/vct/ii, , pound .n.1 ,
,ih, t ,\-i-m aholish the stale failed to get through with the mail iiiiti-l-r.. 1'1.' -. ni Tn 1. 8' R III E.. 10
imincipatt', ;. the Tic | Tuesday on account of the rainy R.-o.. iiiii-i wed. ITnltnnwn.Ctrtillrnlo A for a tidy red tin or a soppy red bag: of Prince Albert and l roll n half nntt poiiiH/that
. of 1 tin'.,, "untold \suffering and |, weather. I N.. ",'t i-mlirnri-n NK: iiunrti'r, of makin's cigarette: I You'll want to hire u statistical bureau to keep count r""nd:: rn,,- ,:' .,'. ; huntittor"icr : '
NK: nunrti-r. Sijr,. vt'. n. :S. R. IS E.. 10 wth vimiifif nu /) tap ,
. of life that accompanied every j :Messrs.( W. H. W. and Jr.. IT. Carter "''''.. miHPBHfil Unknown. of your smokestunts! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies that ;* *>* t ::' Albert'
sari r t
forward puce of humanity"and comiilui'ontly 1 made n business! trip to .Tack on'lI1eSltul'llay. Ci-rtlflPnti' No. !10 rmlirntipH. Inl 1 Rlk Ifl awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it'a P. A. for tin nt. cenntamt
in WopthlnKlon. iinni>iiHi-d Unknown.C JI..,..... '" '" ,
,, says that probably the syn- 1 iliHt, strike against the present J. .\. Starling: of Jacksonville Rlk 2K/ In Worthln>>h.... umu-Kin-il Mr>>. K. M. ;,. {!t ,\ 1'\"

o u'det. will furnish I'ptty.Ctrtincnt. Talk about flavor! haven't the listen of half -- ..... >
no exception to spent Saturday night/ and Sunday > No. ((14 i-mbmepf taste 0 end 10 M..lO. man you got your ':..... ""f

thrule, the truest of his parents :Mr.' and :Mrs. ..f til| '1 17 in Worthlnirtnn, mmwiacl Mot B.M. smokecarcer until you Arioiv what rolling 'em with I1. A. can do for your _::.:::' It ,

Win, n a liibnr agitator and organ S. .1. Starling/ IVtly. contentment? And back of P. A.'s flavor and fragrance proofs of 'i. rt .' l
Ci iiillrnliNn., ml i-mhrnopn' tot s of nikIB rare !; ; : ,
I rfiwho, entertains< such notions as :'Ilil<1 Carrie Starling was the guestof : .in V...thlnltton. IIKHI-HHPI) Mm I K M. Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive; patented process that I. 1q J J.,. } j.

'tlii-i-,, negotiates with employers. Mrs. Gertie J Wilkinson Saturday fully.Ctrlillrnlr. ', "
ahem he calN "thieves at present in morning./ Nn. 1 10!! i-niliriu'i'H, loin 4. i*. 9 l, cuts out bite and parch I With P. A. your smokesoni in u rnakiti'a cigarette ; ",,)" >, .
11' nf Hlk "II" In Ih.I".hl 'li> Stiirl.i-. n.- will outlast "*. ". '
any phonograph record laver heard I 't 1J. ;
i Control of the indu tl'll'II"- and reports Misses I .Maude and Katie Wilkinson "ii..iiil lit.... Ti-rcfwn 1iviton.rprtlflealF you f 7"

to mass meetings of workers are on the sick list at this writing.All / No. t Id rniliraen I lot nf bad is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oaf! I"' .>. 't r ;' 1,'

what hope is there for a reasonable ; the liradford and Clay county Jill ,."..1_ N and S! hy IJH ynnlil K: "nil W. ."", OJI. ,y, .
in SK far of SK nunrlpr of "KK miBrtip. Kic.Ml. Prince Albert notion ever had how V' :
agreement) ? What is likely to be his readers enjoy reading: the I'tor:1111:' Tn., B. S. It. 22 K.: ft r ncriH' ...CI jimmy pipe can be I It is the tobacco that has made I three smoke l i
'nental attitude and his influence on of Music Mountain" now running/ in A. 1': Hilmrrni.Cvrtiflpalu men iii ; 'r/,

his followers ? the Bradford County Telegraph Cur of NW iiuiirliT No. 1112 of i-nihrnciii SW niiiirl.-r,, I A K In of SW K I pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation

The American public ought to) 1 be - _. [ It. and W IIV of North half of SW qiiap.UT to the joys of smoking. '. .
provided with information I showing CROSBY LAKE of SW ininrti-r. oxrpia I A for church 1
"Si-c. :1:1! :: Ti.| li, S. It. 22 K.: 12 iiPni. IIH.I-H..d|
approximately how many of the organizers t'nknown.Vrtlllciilt' I R. J* REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Win ton-S lem, N. C. 11'
leaders. of the steel CI'oKhylkl', Oct. 10.--Iuwton .
/ and ( No.; tiff i-mhrHci-H S hulf iif lot "

strike are revolutionists, American Ilrynnt: and. family the homeof 1 I. Se." 7. '1'|. 7. S. It. 211 h.:.. 10 "...... iiMmHiJI. __.__.. _ __ _ _ 1 r .

workmen, who are true friends, of democracy relatives during the week-end. tVrtillPBHNo.T. Shaw. 21:1: pniliraov 'the following : \ 1
Ili-ir SK Cor of NN of SI': tiuartwr.Sic. on 1ho 10th tluy "f Noxntnln, A 11,1\ '\'|}|'1''-' publinhfil In maid county and' and rtiiuired. to present any plalma and') d** J
Elder Elmer Buns of the church of nt nunrti-r
orderly evolution and
progress :ll and run N 2IH yilx. W 14(1 y.ln. SIn \\ line" *.* my tricn1< mtnaturr and Ht< ,,,.... iiiHtnln which you or ithir of you may..haw
by mutual concessions and adjustments Jesus Christ of latter" day saints\: delivered y. K Ito yl. to lii'll.. n A, II.-... :21. Tp, the 2nd day nr Uel"I",-.. .\. II. lulu ThlH October.. 1, 1919./ airainiit Ibo, relate of Criarli-a' I". Canon d.- ;
.. .. W '1' W : .: W T. WEEKS I erased|. Isle, nf Itrndfurd ( tunty. Florida. tothe ,
are not willing: to be represented an interesting: sermon at the 7. S It. 22 F.:.. fI l lion-H. .-. K.I. Mc-
II... ) SKA: L> ('lnrk rirruit, alt Clerk (.1..11. Court.Hy imiliTHlKntMl' adminlHtrntfx' of aaiii rtatwithin .
and led by disciples of internationalist home of P. R. Bryant :Monday night.Mrs. Hy It. A. Wt; :KS K A WFKKS.Peputy; 'two yearn from the. ilatv. hrof.Pateil .
revolutionists anti foes' Kizzie Benton and :Mrs Lillie CfrtiflintNo.. .t-l i-niliriipfi W hiitf nfSK HMO-fit. 1 P)"'iiity Clerk. Hei'tfmbr" 20. 1D.. 1919. .
iimrti-r| .r SE iiuuili-r., N.-c. 2. TP. f'. H. ; ((IRA L. CASON.
:''n TT M .IOIIN .
of the social and economic order that I I :Miller of LaBelle\ are visitors of Mr. II. JJ K. 7a: > nrrm.",i-il II. M ,Sytlinmrr Solicitor for Cnmptainnnt. lO-Il-M.: 1I- II.\ll.! Aa A.lmlnlHtratix of aalil FUtaNOTICK 1 ;'Q[
centuries of development have produced. and :Mrs. :M. J: :McUae this week I'nli-- ii'l, lM! >hU SUTION= ATI OK --- -
.n ill-ii'i luriilit'llii'il
Chicago Daily News." :Master" Dock Thornton of Starke, .IPI-I nlini-' ti> lu->" ,fin .1.1.tand I "ill I i-Klli-, Ih,..!.,,11 I 1. ;!'ot"A': STATUTES: (''; OF APPI irATION FOB TAX DEKD OF FINAI., I DISC11ARGR '
Twt aftir tide hereof I
ITNDKIt; SK TION 67.1 nF THKt.KNKKAI. innnihit pr*
In ..
hereby tivrn that
N..ti. : .. .. ill ...: .
1'iiHhiun I and Mon-nctr Mci-nMhitm.. I HTATUTKflHereliy ,. n t my von.1.I ma r nm 1 Sn a 1 x. ..n..n........ .. .
-- of tux pprliltrnte Nn. sit. doted the 5th ; not r<* In ,thin that ( ,nan. T. RII.ox.1 I I Inn I ii-o.;. A. On: ..II".r. ('." ."Iy udu* of tl j
1I 1- July. A. II. l'ir! h..H Illril. Hiilil, r.' ....brerr. i>f tax snit' certiflpiited, n umbered | Itmdfiird. rouiity. Klnrlda., and nuk for my fltitd D
nintrtcr, nml him ninit, niihnitlon| | : |,,'rtlv'lv KM nnd fi5 iHHiied. liy thi Inv rol iliMflmrue ... " .. <.f tin rtttatenf "
I littl to 1 fHHiif in acciiriliinr with I tor for Hrndford' County, I-'lorldn, acid err 1. Hvnl.' deceased. v ''T
c'rt,n.nlt. ml.."....* tht ftillnwlnir ih ) .""> 1 Irx beintc dated, the 1th day. of Septein-I, 'I 1 nix L'ftth dav nf Meptfinher., 111111. '
A/1A [VI pnipiTty. alt untrd. in Mnnlfunl county, -. A. P. I'.tUI. and ..erlll1c,,'" 6V( belntr daU I II TOM 1"\ I.. /f }.. ,
AMfpH 111y tn-ult : I the 2nd, day <>f ....Iy. A l I. H">17. find hn. ; !" Jftnitli, < Adfnirttntrntor.NOT ) I 5 }.
O Lou 5 find H .. sold, fertlOcnteH in tny off ire nod __ *
W of tilk II I I in Mnrnln - - -- 'i
.,.. ttpi'liriilion for tax ile. d lHfni In : :: f
The nui O UK: TO FIITlKM I AM> CitrniTOKBAll (
tho iHHtianrp of Kitrh rti11rnte In the I . ""... w t Ih law. The Maid certificate h./ .
/ ,
IndJded to the Mlnte of Ansnl
Yurrick I'aynv. lint,.. mini e,*. ( '" -rl i'ely. emlirapithe r..II.I"1l i Innda 'p< n--rm .. r.need
nf d 1
latt' Hnnirnrd moat Flnrldfi.
!I. ,ford county, h'1nriia. at HeHH. d nt tin .. v. *
> H'liMrn l necnrtlint-*> liiw. lax it | ,
debtAforthwllb ..
their mild
ei JU'i' reuuented to pny
the (Inaennre of .id .
iHHta, HiprMtn on thi 10th day of .. n crrtllicnlM in
A. I U. 11119.Witnpim I .... rrmur1Ity,, h'ivinnfter parllctilarly :. and all ,penman bitvlntr rlairnaiitfnhiMt \
1 forlh, mild eHtnte ahull tile the nam. dulyauihentlrated. .
to wIt
tny t>'tritlH| tK atilun' non. ) .,. : I .. wtih the undenluned. .,h..ln''.- ',
henh Nn. DN flu NW "
m raeeft the :'tr. 191 ti. NK SW i I t rotor within one year frnin dat, .t hereof ort I''i
uimrler .r uunHrr. Sec. 14. Tp.
W. T. W : will he fnrever barred. y,
t ht-y
S H. 22 K.I 10 UHHenHcd IMihnnwn.
< SKA: I.> Clerk, C'lrfint. ncrei Tha L'lllh I dav. nf Ki'i'temher. 1010. S
AM I G '. ill...,. N... ft ft enihrnet'H the SW qunr ,
tJ'TXo'f.rLA. Ity R A. \\ :I'K!! TOM PYAU2
%4 ,, nf MW tpiarter of NW imarlcr., flee 2/1./
< 10-in-Gt. l Ih'loUl"> 1-U.( Admlnatratnr.MAHTKK'fl .
nor r OCi K' ___ __ I II. H. K. 22 t:.. 10) acre.*. aMHermnt Sarah < S "
.. ... - ,
M \HTJlt.:: !! MAl KNntloc 'IillenH nit art flfateH xhnll, ne it-d'-erned ;'

I. hnri-hy given that umli-r. ..' ni', *n law Inv deed will IHHIIthenon. HAI.KNntlr I
vh-tui', nf a nnnl th-rri v i.r f.n.".'I.un th< t' h tiny. of Oetnlier. A l 11. Mill! .
anti I ron'liTt"! SpptcmhiT 2111! h. I1HO. \ Iln... my oTirla( ) Niutialun. and, ural mitt.I I ** f I. In, M bv given that under and by 1"11II
"Irtuof tluil t'frtnfn final Irene nf fnnwiu.'
yl- JiHltfi'. of thf Clrnnt Tourt of. the ': I L"Ird tiny' nf SepU-mher. A. n 1"" 9. '
." mn<.l > and rendered.. nn S..I 2ml. 1919'''. by
I licliil. Circuit' ..f MiirMa.. in Itrmlfor : \I. W. T. WhF.KSClark. .r T. Will Jiuf* of. the Klirhlh Judicial, .
t Iv. In ,'hnn..rv Miliinv, In fnvnr iif ) Oreti't for IIr.M..r,1 county. Florfdn In chan
Look t Here Is the globe spread out flat before I Kirhanl, "...1 Hunlnut N. U. l>nvin "". -Ct. Hv II. A. WEEKS ....rv. In fnvnr. of the CII: I...,,'. Stank of ftal- 1'111i"
Iieputy TU-rk.
"", I.. and l.nwtoy Sluts Itnnk n coriM, ford rnrrsrniYun. "III.llIlnlln', and! 8M.ln.
t. your eye. See those itarv ? Every the iimliTHiuni. d l --. ". ... I
> will filfi-r for naln >Iwr. .1 W. J.>" Iffcntlnnt ttit "n..n..1' wilt
?a o tar .how. where a U. S. Navy ship was on fimrt hoiiNp tom "' v the loirnl hnurn nf HIII> nn Mondny. rl. ..lnvn after unto hori'of 'in to-wit. i In 8tnrk. FTorliln., flurlntr I the Irval hour nfMain f
K September 2nd. 1919. The Navy travels' '\ \ to the hlfh.-Kt and' lii>Ht , ,. 20th tiny of Ortohrr, I 111111. f, tho IIIMIT-) nn. Mnmlny. th<. fill tiny of tinnier 1010. '
u..: . the Seven Sea*. runt the I fnllowintr ii'nrr'ln-i I| Innili, .. | . ItniHfonl county l-'lnrlda' U wit| : ,liniii/liiHH and' | .1 (I. HiitiirlnMH, minor' wit, : 4
I. .. .. of John A. IMIII/IHHH, <|i>ti>nni''I. will I ?
nml Nlrn .n. In !! I lmy morn n vi-nr* old' |. narnrI rot : one
.1 I
Nun, '.,'n. T.twn.hln Flv.*. Smith. Ttnniro I l I.> ?fit., Iftmnrnlili' fiti; > A. fitr! r, ....." iljirlt l-rown, hoc H ycnnt old, nnniMrl Rllly I eA
ty-lwn.' Kant: arcorilintr In pint of ... J...'.... nf HnuJfopil. county MorMn.''' for .n too buy home sam old named l Ulrk : .n. ,
n Tnr<"',1 In t'Uhlic rrronlit. nf llrndfortl r t.i ell/ at trjvnti! > HHti I the nne-fou.rah nn- "btrtrk mnriv tin., ,, yi-rtrn old' | numc'l fit-auty" ; t,
f'Mnrlilfi. .. .. .. ... (i>(| I,,">rMt inch nf until mlnorn In
'V nn " <>n Nnld lutM ono rhcntniit man 4 named KMaint
...' ..,.. iNtieribi'fJ. In ruin, I .-wlt I f.I;::: :: :
i in h inn tort m". or !h.... inrlml. > : Ih"l <> > dun J.rm-y hull I ;, ; on** black
half of nhiiltin n.ntU. Tylntr nod. \I"- ...' .... ijuartT ..r niirtlu-nHt (junrt','r ., Jcmry/ raw and calf ; out brawn JtrMpy cowl. 4 t
Dorit want to the #o1-1d:1: .art ire nuth nf the Enit.*rn I.uul, ln-ost <|"After i>f nnrthwrttt l'Ixrtrt| and| I one pray ,lorry. cow ; ..n.. yellow Jvntey cow. j
you see the. Hniithcrn hnnnditry nt 10.t half of northw gonrl| ,... at'ctlon twrn- .,, nut himiprttli. ><| cow and calf tnyrthcr with.
northern. ) boundary of ,lot *vnn .U7t., Tt. /1U*. t3). H! Itnnu ..lllh..n ; all Increase ,r
S. r/! :WI. East: ri.nUiiiiinu, in all I No. a.r.... A. 7..
.Spec In I Master In l.(... ADKIN1. ,
\ / ADKIN. more/ Hpi-clitl Mnntrr In Chanrry n
M>th 'lnv < f Sept. 1110. A M! fRWff.:
Sf.llcitnr. for C'nmilnlnnnt lO-'l-.M MILS MUiiK: ; IIIMNNKN./ Mnllritnr. for ',
| Comiilatnant.
_ _ ___ __ .." fm (.:n.......... Ht-lva and| J. U. tt-H-ftt. \
IS calling to you) the: red-blooded: hard-working. --- _u_ _..__ ._ ______
( Minor I
(ii"r>Mt FOIL,A MOV" mm tt-y--flt| .
and smiling foreign hard-playing men of the U. S. In Citvnlt (four Hlnte of MoHdn. I I -- In Cirrint. ('..urt. Slate of "rlol.. Eluhlhlinllnlal I ,
1'ntirial r rruH. llradfonl County In NOTIf h / ,
:.:ryCn1ON .. .. in I why'" that clay dmyi frf.m I or"- Circuit Krailfonl County In Chan-

lands are beckoning to you. hove 1iiXON. I lW'u, to.witnn the iiHih day 6f 0.1>,1>.... A A. Complnlnuntv, I I 'KIIU I will present In th* county Judtr. Complainant .lt
liradford. County, Florida, (final. :
world my w i
the t
and see 11tNNIE: nllON.Irrfendunl. and vntichrr of the estate of II. .r.//I Alma. Anilrpu, I 1
Pay begins the day you join. Ituren. decraned. and apfdy far thi l llrfpnilant
I 11 .pM'rtnir by .frill*v)It 0.1..1| | I'I of mnmtt and for my final' dlKpharuit, aa It auri-nrlfiu l," airiilavlt/ ann..nnrif tn th.
'ill:: fllcil In th** fihfivp stated cnunf that ndinlniatrator. hill rllfil,
In the
On board is ai"ve.atatnd| .
\ ship a man always eau that Alma
Learn to "parley-Voo" in gay .III... "....n. the iif ff'mln n t thrpf nntn.*.. ,.d thus the UI>th day. of August A I II. j Anilri-i. thd ,..-'.nd.nt therein. nami- l. I. 1
(iti-rcttltli-nt nf the aisle of "nrl...., .,, non-mlflcnt of the state, of Florliln.' and her
Paree. See the bull-fights in learning. Trade schools develop ,.0. n rMiiilrnt of the r ty *>f lI..n.wl.k. / K. S. VAN flURKM" rr-nlil-nr. ,in unknown anti, thai th..,.. .a nit 1
t fionriflA, find( In ...
over the sue of -nltr.Vrr of th* Katat: of M .:. Van In the ulatp of Klnrlila. that the uppvlrf.of .
skill industry and business ability. "n<> year ; It Is thi-reforc o..I..d l l that l lnt Burrn. .1l9-91. a subpoena., would. bind' ...Id l clffpnilant ant
Panama. See surf-riding on >nrr. ..lili. Thirty days care-free holiday each Titrt-it tf HiM'fir to Ihr hill ..f n.muliilnt' , I -'-- Ihrn-fnrf ,,rlTithat| eau) non-r../ ,|... I
beach Waikiki.. iri -tilil' I rnilHc nn ..r h'*forf Xf'inilny. th ) i NOTICR: fi-nilnnt ,I... and !in hpri-hy' ri-qulppfl tn.
d',- :f.f NovcmtMT. A. P. Mll': : -;'' ', Z I! Circuit. Court: Ktuhth:) Judicial. Circuit III the hill >>r e..mnl..lnl (III..I I I- ..I.I ..muwap.... ....
year with full pay. The food is Hlii-i'fitinnH nf aid hfll will r* (taken UN I ... i .n.....', Vtarld., in <;...n..y. .ir. hi-for* Vfi.mlav.' tho :Art ilnv; ;of November.;:; ;- :
fi ...d by until. defendant. i Itrooba. j 1 I. .i.1'.1 "' """" I"" I.h, .ll.'l"ittlnnii nf nand{ !
Learn the lure that comes with good. First uniform outfit is furnished II I I. further nrderod that thin ..,, <| ('nmplalnant' I I I Iva mil. will hr taken nil cu"r.-...-I, by unlit ilfiriilfint. -
t w' 'ihllNhe| one, a week for hive .*nnn. | .
'elm' in the Hradford. . ,. \ Barter A C.n. nryant. | !t I In further
salt free. Promotion is un County Iiffondanta. onlcrail that thi. nr.ri-r rw pill.. .
the sv.-Ish: and swirl of the good ubllnh d In fluid, llnhffl
newNpNpf. | crxinty apiiearinir' by affidavit' appended tn the mince K week for -li ht r>in.iMTiitlv. weeks
for of brains. You tHte ', Sled' in the abov. atated caua that W. A In the ,....If..1 County T.lliriinh.. n. n.l.mifr .
dress wel1limited men Thli. DetnW 1919. piihhi.h.- ..
sea. Eat well-free; 1. .., th. defendant therein named, la a In .1,1 l< i-nunlr anti itntit.
W T. WEEKS: Anau.t 15'h. 1010.Nwh .
reslIent. nf the atat* of Florida, and h'.
free sleep clean-free ; and look 'em can enlist for two years and come il clerk clean . ,' .. Irf unknown and that therr la nn W. T. WKEK9: :
; By R. A. WEEKS:
.n In the ntat of Flnrida aervke nf .uhr Clerk 1" Court
British out broader stronger and abler. iJeputy" { r uiwm, whom would. bind the defendant, lIy R. A. WKKK1n : ;
in the t M rriEWS.Sn :: .
all straight eye
that h* I la over the au. of twentyoni* Deputy CI.rk.
| elt' *>r for .mlll.lnllnl I') F. FNICIIr

French Chinese Japanese -'-' la therefore ordered that mall nnnreal- Solicitor for ComnUPnmit.' H-32-1II
IlKDKtt Cult IM HJCATCNn p to the bill of cnmpta. nt filed In .aloll I II I-
Algerians Shove off-Join the U. S. Navy. [ rtrvuit room HtHt nf (rioridn, : f.n or ...,,,.. Monday, the third ,In ...r''I
Spaniards Egyptians iHliclftl C rault Bradford County' 'In ( ( ".4 .".", p pap NOTICE,: OF IHXCHIir.KTwo ;i
If you're between 17 and 35 go to I.*..,.. .......'. A D. 1919. other.). the atirva II
and all manner of people. I W. Mofjrrosir.fomplalnant nf call bill will.\ be taken .. eonfean. I mcmlhii mtttr d.... hereof I will
station for I (.! defendant( my vmiPhi-ra ami final m-p>iuni t" the "..".
the nearest recruiting v. l. further ordered that thla order b* pub* net. A. r9r; . M\MIR MtflNTOSlf. I IIjfffenrfant. one. a week. for tight. eonaeeutiv w...ha ( ....".y. KlnrMa. and ask far. mr Rn..l db!! .
Come Be a real man of the all the details. If you don't know I\ Mradfnnl" County Telegraph' a nwapa-. titan. a. a.lm.n)' ....>r nt the note at Tan
"I.II.h. I M .pr. > 'iir1nir by *fTidvlt .p|tended u VTth day "ru..u... A. Thin I Mth day uf July t'MO'
is ask s F) 1915w
world. See the world. See it with where it your postmaster. hill fll.d in th* abnv..tat.d ..,... that
'.. Mcfntmh the ....renol.". thn-in n.m. !' Clerk T.Circuit WFKK: : Court. N It WMNWfllHI'T' ..I I

n.irrnlil*>nt of the itat nt KloriiJn, / : irif f, WIM.IAMil. t
h., i n A ardent" of th. town of .. ,\ for Complainant H-29.9t 7-ll-2m. Admlnl..I.llroTH' ....
I f---'y County Ktt of Omirid; and l l I. / P.
cue of tw.n',..*"*> yeah It I I. th.- --- - f
''> red that add. r..ld.nt tlf. ('.; TO UMITORH A\r> f'HFIIITO"t: 8I. month after dale hereof I will.. e>f.'M
> non-
I nr.'l. , hereby ... ..1..1 the f>.unty Jud",.'. cntjrt of Hradford my voucher an.t final 1 ai-cnunt to the II .
, U. .Navy i m,, u> appear ho th ". Florida./ Tn Pmhat. ; A. fiartl' n.p. f'ountr. Jii,'li/i- -if ri-...trmCounty .
plaint, Sled .1.1) .b
, the n CHUM on or R Katate: nf ('hart-. P. ('....
Shove offJoin : .n. tin. F'lort'la. and ajiw lor my nn.. 01....
\' -..1.,, the In! lay of Nwelnher, A chary a. BilmlnlnrraUir' of th. i-.'ai. f J
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- -- - ,'r J. J. Vollms, of Lakeside was in I i ii !

... .'...n---... I i: our burg Saturday |I
!4' : ._- ...- .---.... :Miss, :Minnie llugun left Sunday for I IM
""- f 1'ulutku, where she will visit her uni i:

I. ile I Pete' Hagun. I I

News i terns: [ j Hen Hull left Tuesday for Jackson-I
County ville, where he will complete his ;: in the Jacksonville Barber col-i ,

;; :/ -Fact: Gutli-n'J; During he :hag b:> Our J, legc.'1'nonius Kocbuek, of l'lorahomcIKMI i -'-

p1 p1'n Regular Currespoll ent,. ,. .Sunday here with his brother, "

I II. S. Uoebuck. .
Mrs.; Cuson und! children of Mel-
---- --. r roc' sjient! the day here with friends

{I I'I.' day here, Sunday. I
I" L.t1V'f :y'I We are glad to report .Mm... E. M. \\ A. Jones made a business trip''' 'll@W ?

luwuOit.. I 10.() Jitine.Sinpaid IlnI'1I: ; us being very, much improved. 1 1I ,, lo Bruoltlyn! Monday.:.

: of Highland i-pent, Sunday. i a1 his home 1.I ,\. 1'inholater has accepted a position -,: J.uthIctwt.'n: : spent the weekendat ,
'I I as salesman in tho store of G. Hampton with her sister Mrs. L. rat ,1'1'

. '' hone Joe Bllrn.II11.( .. ir, enily .mild I hi.-i I', It. (Colson. i iI i; I II. Ross CAMELS supply cigarette contentment beyond anything

;4." interest, in I tli.' nuMil stores business I Rev. Palmer, of Ft. Meade, made 1,,,, Mr. und :Mrs J. L. King were visitors experienced I You never tasted such full- ;
Mtation nnii moved to Lawtcy 1 an interesting talk at the Free Will to 1'ulutku :Monday. s, bodied mellow-mildness ; such refreshing, appetizing "
Hupp I
at Lastweek church Sunday and Monday I I I :Mesdames I'. H. Neal], W. T. Wallace -
Inu. farmer. Baptist
has decided to flavor and coolness. The mon- Camels you smoke tin-
Missus :Maude McEwcn: and Ida
O. 1) God I .
he pU'dlll, "oI I from nights.C. I ,,.
lluguit were visitors to the county greater becomes your delight-Camels are such a cigarette ;
I Enoch
the l small rattlesnake
+ p win the farm known a< I'. Wilson captured a -
miles J!I seat Saturday. ,; 41.4.g revelation ,
$ I (irifli* plan-, one and a quarter" / about 7 inches long presented
I G. W. Hinson was attending to business .-
\ "south, of LasUand will move on it I it to I'rof. E. W. Curler Monday in Starke Everything about Camels you find so fascinating 13 due to .
future. Thin is not Mr. Prof. Carter expects toImn'rrrsc Monday.We _
morning. '
;, i HnmIPfirt in the near farming venture, ns ho the little "reptile" in alcohol I I are sorry to report that the little 7_ their quality-to the expert blend of choice Turkish and

u i planted extensively in cotton and other for display. ';I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kred! ; choice Domestic tobaccos. .
I in I I I I 'loversettle ill quite ill at this writing .
+ $ i farm products while! lit Snpp farm con-1 It 1 K.; I'. Andreu Sr., and< family, :Mrs I ;Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and daughter 2 You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves-they seem
nection with the turpentine .. H. C. Surrency, and :
) is an ,exei-llent farm and the buildings Kcv.IV.M.Palmer Barefoot enjoyed u /ffry\ ut the I 1 N'culie, went up to Sampson CitySunday I 1 made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways!
I been re-1 l I I ::; where she will bo at the bedside -
e + are up-to-date, having Scout Hole. :Monday Plenty of fish Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant
Godwin about two I I of her mother, who is quita ill. .
modeled by :Mr. for dinner and plenty to
were caught ,, Death of Mrs. S. II. I Dodd Ar cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable

years Rev ngo.,J 11.! J. Thomas, of Jacksonville, I-bring:Mrs home.Anna :Murrhuu of Starke Is I i I Sunday night the angel of death entered xiaet+ to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as m

spent, Sunday nt his farm west of' here, on a few days'' visit with her the home of !Mr. S. II. Jodd anddeparted WPxl+ La N..if,-1 liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your ;
the life of his beloved wife.
I.II\1/tl'Y' !I mother ;Mrs. Kelly.\: I I I v - taste I You are always keen for the r; t:?'
:Mr. :'Irl Dobb had been in
!Mr .. James SllI'lIlIl'd111,1 children and living ]
>- :\Irs.'l'lIwford\ and children, of
i iI cigarette satisfaction that makes e.'
I I! the Brooklyn section and she, had,
Visited. friends in Ilitrhlnnd Sunday Alachua were pleasant] visitors at the *c' v, 18c. a package : -
been confined to her bed for several, Camels attractive. Smokers realize ssa'J
fromJacksonville so '
James Af. Starling came over Mrs.
home of :Mrs. ( sister,
and spent Sunday at his I':. L. Crosby during'I'IJ.wfuI'd'the week. I weeks"" and all that loving hands andtender I +' I" :' that the value is in the cigarettes

home in 1':1..1. Lawtey, returning to hearts could do was done, but
I. L. Eubanks and daughter, Edyth and do not expect premiums or coupons
hit work, Sunday afternoon. | Jewel, of Luke City, were visitors to no avail], for the heavenly Father I

i Mvanjrelist Henry K/.ell; of Ilryievllle. ( here last week. I who docth all things well, knoweth I !

began n series of revival serviced Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Crosby of Jacksonville I.I best and took her from her sufferingto 4 r Compare Camels with any cigaY t _; J

l nt the :Methodist church. Mouth, i" were guests of their parents, I IIt. receive her reward in heaven.Mrs. 4 t :%s .L ? rette in the world at any price I 'l wr'Vi
Dodd, hud reached the of ,
7 Sund'lY.H was state a few weeks \ .. Mr. Crosby age ' 'i
: and :Mrs. K.; L. Crosby t '{lygf''Ll't; ; t sverywh.rsm.cenhdrally
iiiro, Rev. I Hzell; U well known to the I IJ.llwt..y returned home Saturday, leavinghis forty-one )I'al'lnd'' had been a faith I ; : ',, : 1' .t fealtfd,.a sage.or 10 ciiiarfttrtt alien puck' '' (
folks and a gnarl nipctlnvr i i14 ful member of the Christian churchfor . a f' : Mt aij2OO\ ngjtrtf*.) in a tlftitnine-papar* g ;
I, wifo fur a longer visit. Ii! r V roared rmrtnn We mtrnntlly recommend .1
looked toi'ward to. I Quite u number of our citizens visited n number of years. She leaves to ,:t';" .: thtm carton fOr r/ie home or ottic muppty
her her husband and ;; or when'na tr.vel f. ;.Ar'
mourn departure
' Copt. C. S. Mill passed through our I
the county site :Monday. '
u, town ,ic'ently enroute to hw", home in I Cheater Anclreu, of :New-; I River, was three small' children her father and ', ..1'. K.ii EYNOLDSTOBACCOCOMPANY :' Ltt
rnlnv-tto. other relatives, besides, u number of' $; .\:' X Winalon-Sitlrm. N. C. fi. Lt

li S. Cltiif: I of Arlington was a busi-", u visitor:Mms Kssie: here Thomas Sunday., of Jacksonville, I friends. The funeral services: were I '1\;r....,,:".1 feet'
I Ir !: :
A iiens visitor to L.nwlevlest/ of the1 I. held I here ut the Christian church on : r ,'d N I
t this weep hero wan her
is spending"' I
i I II AFonday afternoon where a ]large r '
f'jendIL., : .v Clara Cone. con-j :t..r :, ;: ;
bus- of people gathered to their j ;Of.
E. TorniU' wns transacting pay
I '" :Mrs Nabb is visiting in Dunnelloni I course ';'''':'iiJ: ;
'I'Ir meSH in Jacksonville Monday. i week, combining business withIplensure '[ i "' "
:Mrs.\ J. i II. Hundnll returned to Law- The remains were laid to rest nt I I Ir1 -; Ith> ;
: $ti.y Friday, after III'n.llnllbout throe the Christian cemetery at Hope 'I
:i U A. Andreu made a business trip
' .lminli. funeral! services being mm.ducted -- --
TithB, in the :North and Eiist.Itnlpli < -
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1 .' I'' Wright i mono over from Jnok.onvdle ',, to Jacksonville last week.Mr. ; ;; by Iev.! :John Mullady, ;;fIIl1mptlln. 1I 1-
\ and Mrs.\ Frank Andreu, of visitors,, the homeof :1. I.

,, .home. of |hill and! spent. Sunday. at the I,| :New: River, were visitors. hero Friday extend their. Their heartfelt! many sympathy friends here to Greene were Suniay.\ at )< ,,-. "''! =r t i'. J ..k'!.j 9"' '.:'1 a s-. J

parents.lli'V. Mis-tes Clara Cone and Essie Thomas i Mr.: nnd Ah t *. 1V. I I.. Punish, of ., IrE .tf ..
Mrs. Alfred Evendon! left the bereaved ones
and spent Sunday with ;Miss Lorenc I Duke, w-ro guest, of :11\ r. and. Mis ,I I (1' : 1. i '
: whuro .flif'' ::
Sntnrdny /i-phyrhllls they -- -- --- --- .ak" _
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I.1.) ( I. Greta( ; Sunda.v" ..
will spend, 1fl'w flays, probably returning ,: f. r
1 I Inl'7. Abernathyspent last weekend HVMI'SONTITYSampson : f g "
-- 1jr'. .ta:t"d l w a''o -
., 1 In I nwlnj the liitt'-r part of ,,. 1
at Pine Hill, visiting her cousin, f this wo'-k. About I the 15th .1
they expect :Miss Rosa Surrency. City, Oct 10.-Mr. and, "''i) .
to !leave for 'he west on account K. T. Osteen made business tripto Mrs. Richard Smith and little son FARMERJ5ROWNDEWITT '!frg( flirt greatest moneysaving offer t ...

,; of 'Mrs.\ "' Kvenelen'R; health./ Kev.'Kvenden ; Starke Tuesday. Holdon, of I[Hawthorne spent the weekend track" to t..'-,! Owners on E" "s.iy. The Tire Filler'whtch { \. ,I
has hems pnstor of Grace M. E. i"', like air, anti has cut urn costs in two for 1 NA .' 'w
Messrs.\ Williams, Seckinger and here the gue'' tsnf" A. K. Smith. .
church for and while over 100'M U' rs. You will get the details of this o"'i _
two .t.
their friends years their departure Mnmnelly. of Stnrke, were here a few !' 1.. Wynn, of (Int) am, made a business 'i C. JONES .xtrxo-diuary pr position in the mail. Jf you don't .
\ many regret days of gilts week prospecting trip here Frid iy. I receive youiu", wme for it. Use the coupon below. \. _
'f they wish them Godspeed"' and ;
I ing for u stock farm. look"l W.ll. Sloan and hiUrcn spent i (inncral Hardware
hope the climate/ of the far West will i, Sat-I
Several attended services at .. in Loui-e with her mother :
o.... be beneficial to :.Mrs. Evondcn to the Sunday. urday Mrs.1 I 1 ESS I! UIITfJREStlSil.Pl21' ;:
end that her health will be I restored. R. :N. Cain
1\Jrl4. A. :M. Bliinohnrd/ returnedhome :Mrs II., W. Kelly and children were :Mrs Gay; of Hawthorne, spent a Come in and see our

in town Chopping Saturday. few days last week here with her ..
Sunday from the Hast
a on :Miss. Itcadie Molt: of Hague[ was stack of Electric BLOWOUTS
\ ; Const. They were accompanied by daughter, :Mrs'' A. K. Smith. Light I, liriiriiaTiiajiiiiDitb" Tl HW
visiting relatives here last week-end.
her .ou..inK. Lane and :Miss Lena :Me- :Messrs Frank Reynolds: Frank I
t\ Globes 25 50 100 & first Coif Last Cost
, l Teod, with whom -.ho made the trip in I IH iP .r. C. Cone spent part of tho week Walker und Schell Byrd, of (Graham Doubles lira mtv****
here with his family. were. visitors here Sunday afternoon.\ Xssenkay an investment not an enThe use of Eaaenfcay is a proved"econ-
, P the car j Messrs.! A. .\. and K.; :M. Hazen were The entertainment given attended !I I 200, 225 volts penile- may be transferred from old omy-10.00O 20,000 miles Is the rule,
Ifev.V.. I. Ovi-rttri-i't lilted his. was -
reg.1.I I worn-out casings to new ones. not the exception.
tending to business in Starke during '
I .I afar/ appointment at tht.Ia'hun by a 1111'1lIul1llwr.' The sum

.t''t! J Baptist t churih Saturday' and Sunday. the week of $ H.fiO was realized und the school Also Electric Light i ( I bl I
r r t Henry Burney returned to Jacksonville i :Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend is. highly appreciative., j i /

i ut home. (luggar Jones. of (Gainesville spenta for farm lighting
J .t last week after spending Kev- Globes '
!Miss Vern :Surrency'; was in town durfn.lhle limited No (ntr... .d .
' I few dayhere with his mother, :Mrs. no r t pooffaraaan During thl limited on your own ear.
. era! days at his home" in I.awtey.Mrs. ,
t I '! -hopping Saturday afternoon. Advertising Freight Free amount. f Liberty Bonda will be under.xtraoad' I and
.' 9 I Lam :Mnrr and little son! visited Sarah Jones. i plants 40 watt, 32 Introductory propoai-i to a further discount. accepted In p..m.nth.rdaat road condition -
Remember services next Saturdayand :Mr. and :Mrs. E.: J. Smith, of Gainesville to eecure 5jH)0) .n advantage never Inatead of o.ah-.t dons poaalblo to Im-
\ friends in Jarksonville Saturday.C. extra latitined I before olferad EeeIn .
volts users on their till face values Get pose It. You t be
(" Sunday nt the Baptist church upon
,_ It. Sapp wan transacting: business attended the box supper here : open territory. anaay. the detail. the Judge.
Rev. N. T. .
it King pastor Saturday. -: """"'"' - .
in Starke I
!. Saturday i Exclusive Essen- : : : ,
: ill Leila Following is the program rendered Mrs .J. P. Hall is very ill at this D ea I CjS;: .
has returned
!! Hyrd homo kay Agencies ex- 173-220: wa.t auo..r i ..., e hi.' .,,, ill..
t't'1 s'ndinsev..rnl, ,days in Jack at tho Literary Society Friday night: writing. c.edioglptoliluble/ for progressive a iia... ...." m. full doiaii?.of vour sp..I.uIK. s'Oft.r .
; 1'' ,' with ,relatives.V. Song, America. :Messrs. A. K. Smith and T. Oldham I KILL THE WEEVIL businew men In open territory.w"h a "OOI..a.n..,.'">."stay of .....a.. I

I 1', ) l' \ II farter and daughter" Mrs. I I.ilationWillie, Forsyth W"I'C.j"ltors to the county seat ]last. With Write for proposition. N.-........ .. .. I
; Mue lla/.en.
' Rending-Ella
; 1, Butler, of :Maxville, visited relatives week. The Cssenitay .. .....
Song- It'lInieImldt: Crosby, Ona I Carbon Disulphide, we haveit : Add. a ...._ i
in tho Wateroak section Sunday. :Mrs. Youngblood, of ThcresMi, is
r Silas I' visitor to Starko Rita Ward, Anona Colson. here by the }bedside of her mother in gallon cans Sure Products Company <*..>, ..... .. . .. -,.'? .. .._.. I
I' 1 one .., . ..
I Old Black Joe school.! -- AfMrtaem Ylr Plllw t*>4tjertn "
't Song :Mrs.'' J. 1' )Hall. .., ...... ... .. I
rl Wpdnesd.iy.Mrs. 1.ritlllln-loy Forsyth. Shot. Farmers tell us today 173 220 Mat Superior S/.. CVcaelo :IM. 'I. ..... .... ... .. . .
T. Boruni of I lake Butler, made n
: Louise .
Lowery and daughter, _
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t Lottie flniI Kln.lof Flltrw ... Itrown : I
J f'Y.i'1 :Miss Su.sie visited relatives in Lawley business trip here Monday. | they have just opened their :IIi: .t";.i..1t..: w err s Y W Ala. lit ...Tw/a... W III M

: the latter pact of the. week. I!1 ni'y. !Mrs J. C Raulerson was n visitor i and
y Iedlatilln--Loil Gainey. first fumigation
Mr. Wardrouf of Jacksonville to ( :mtwlnllllr..dlY.\ cribs on .
was =
II fl. a busin"si \'i i
bt. Miss Ii/-/.ic Hyrd, was a visitor to Crosby spent Thursday hero, the guest of her
I I. !Stnrke Saturday. i Rending- F.lma Shiuv.SuloMarguerite .sister :Mrs M. Roberson.> Save your corn.FENOLE'.

f( A. M. Glunchard sow a business visitor : Shriver. Randolph I'nichlott spent Saturdayand I Handle theFIRESTONE II
'. Recitation-Walter Akin. hre with his pnrl'ntH.fl'! .
It' to Jacksonville: first of tho wrck. I ndr'u.I Sunday I
Stump speechHny
, I. II. Hill, was'" n business. visitor to and Mrs. T. Butrhlott.
Stiuko Tuesday. Question box Lui-iun Ilazcn.I !Mr. und :Mr. B. F. Pavis and :'1.... ,

I'\ \ B. I.. llluncbard came over from I I I I !Song-Hy school.A nnd Mrs"' G. Snider motored over here I _
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.tiu-ksonville and spent Sunday nt his from Lulu and spent Sunday with :Mrs.I. I II III
j THKHKSSAThert'.ssu ( : ;: : HAVE IT a
( home heie.Hruoker. I ( PaulersnnIlr. WE I
(, ---+--- -- It t and :Mrs. :\11<1 vciu>ticed that all the new !i
Oct 10.-:Messrs. C. A. anal) :
heir and
BlWII\lm( were visitors Tuesday.Messrs. Pints quarts gallons
I . ; 1 (shamus, T. B. Triest and sons, Sidney A. K. Smith and Ray : cars are equipped with the well

"4 Oct. 10. -l.nst Wednesday) and Calvin motored to Gainesville toodgp made n business", trip to the also nand sprayers at GScts.! i known Tires that make the most

\ t :Mrs\ Firms Scott mndn nn interesting Wednesday on business. county fctat Tuesday. Now lets kill the flies and all1! miles
r club Cleveland Sullivan was. a visitor to :Messrs. Alvah Saxon, .1.'V. Jones, per and that is the
I I ; : visit! among the girls hero getting I'
::11'f'' things in n-adine-is for the county the county metropolis :Monday.Mrs. Jim :Maxwell. Willie and Ranee John< other disease carrying insects, I nKKSTONE

''. fair, and \uhdc, here arranged a : Iva L, Sprinkle county alien- attended the box supper Saturday bedbugs
roaches mosquitoes, I ,
dame officer, of Lake Butler, visited ,
{ s mooting for :Miss Oushman, state night.Dr..

.! r demonstrator agent for Thursday in the school Thursday. Hunt, of Hampton made n business and chicken mites. Guaranteed for :

t 1 behalf of this work among the ladies J. W. Batten was a vistor to the trip here Monday. .

of this community. Several of the founty sent Thursday.Miss -- ---mlf+- .

; i ladies were pit-sent. and seemed. very ", Eloise Ownley and brother, PINK:-; ; HILL 6000 Milesand

much interested I in this work. It is to Charlie, were visitors to Hampton HORSE HOG AND

t tt\ Ii be hoped that they will soon he or- Wednesday afternoon Pine Hill Oct. 10.-Mr. and :Mrs. ,

I 'it gnnized!: so us to establish n community \\\ A. Jones returned from Jack- D. D. Dukes! and 1 tho latter's mother THICKEN- POWDERSColic we back them up if they do

r. kitchen at this. ,place snnv'ilUlast week, after spending\ several Mrs.. Mary Stephens, of Alachua were

,;r t 1. !Mrs.\ Alice Olu.T. of Pine Hill, attended I day >s m the city. guests of Mrs. t.. F. Godwin) !Sunday.A. Worm Rem-i not make it. We make the adjust-
:Mr. and Mrs. !De'.V'itt C. Jones of' attended church at Remedies :
i !Miss\ t'ushmnn's meeting held l B. Surrenoy ment ourselves and we are here to

,: her Thursday morning. Starke, motored through here Sunday' Sardis Sunday. edies, Chicken Remedies, for ,,

I. ,.... Pinhttlster. Sr., passed"" thru afternoon.S. Cnntoe Oliver, Lucille Harrell Ivn I satisfy our customers.We .
and scaley
1 1I ,' bore Thursday enroutc from Starke I R. Switulel and son, Sam were and \'irltinill'olllon were visitors to roup sore head

i where he had been on business. among the visitors. to Hampton Satur Brooker Saturday afternoon. legs. I carry then in all sizes---can sell

:'lIss..s'Ine)' and I Laura Lewis day. Vera and Joseph Surrency were I 30x3 1.2 non skid for $18 30x3 for
tj' y went to Ahl'hul'riloy, morning and Simut'l Holder, of Lake Geneva transacting business in Brorker !Sat": ,

will remain over' for a few days for spent n day or two the first part of urday.F. New Stock of Fixall Varnish $11.60, plain, and 32x3 1-2 non-

r medical. treatment the week with his mother, Mrs.. :Maryholder. M. Chancey spent the weekendwith Stain all sizes. skid for $..21.00.Ve keep them in

Mrs. John Shriver was a visitor to I I I his family at LakeButler, returning ,
Alnchua Friday. W. A. Jon s mode a business trip to Ms school Sunday after- New Stock of Gun Shells stock at all times.

Lewis Shriver left last week for over to !Starke Saturday. noon.

i , Jacksonville where he has !gone Into | Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and children Inez Abernathy, of Brooker, spent Pistol and Rifle Cartridges.

vl business. He will make that city bin. I spent a few days last! week in Hamp- the week-end with her cousin Rosa R. BURROWS STARKE FLA.
ft' f future home. j ton with relatives leaving Friday for Surrency. COME AND SEE US WE ,

i'l Mrs.. !M. P. Mntheny and children, ( 5'nrkins. where they will make their Mr.( and Mrs R. E. Parrish and children HAVE THE GOODS :!

>( Starke, spent' Saturday and Sun- future home Gertrude and Robbio of Dukes, "


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