Bradford County telegraph

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

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A pretty social+l event and one In DeWitt C. Jones .
Used !in representing !
Boy No Ceremony Leaving Annie Long:, tho lovely little daughter j
Robert A. Weeks and Mrs The board of county commissioner Cane Patch of Hon. and Mrs A. V. Long! gavea which cordial interest centers, was the I the town F. .F. Stump and Geo.
y Sinclair I. Peek entertained at the met at the court house in Starke on beautiful party Saturday afternoon marriage: on Wednesday afternoon Mr.I! I W. White, members of the board of
latter's beautiful new home from four :Monday November :3rd, 101! !), at 10 from three-thirty to five-thirty the Miss! Mabel Frcelnnrf Darby to : bond trustees and W. I L. Wall. super- i
) the fifth Rev. L. W. Kicklitcir. has the fines! Louis Edward: Jordan, nt the home of intemlent of the \light and
'i to six in the afternoon on o'clock n. m., and wa< called to order happy anniversary being to celebratethe I water ,,
instant in honor of Miss Mabel Free by C. A. Roberts, chairman with patch of cane around Starke. There sixth anniversary of her birthday. the bride's sister. and brother Mr. and plant went on a tour of inspection 5

land Darby, whose marriage to Mr. all members present to-wit: O. VBrooks is not a small cane there, and when The house) was decorated in green Mrs. T. .J. Griffin on N. Walnut last. week to the light und,. water plants ?

Louis Edward Jordan was solemnize J. M. Brownlee. James Key. the other day he cut 600 seed cane to and, white the dining room being es. 1 street I of Palatku und St. Augustine. also to

last Wednesday. nolds. and Drew ship to nis son, Lacy Kickliter who pecially pretty with its tasteful decorations The spacious hall pallor, living: ant : the plant of the Florida Wood Pn.
The rooms opening en suite were Minutes of last regular meeting and lives! on tl.e East Count, he could find of vines and daisies. The dining rooms, which open ensuite, ('0. Their object was to (ret data ,

effectively decorated with ferns, pink also special meeting October 20th, nothing but canes big enough to sol little hostess received many dainty (I'I were attractively! decorated' with potted to enable them to determine) the advisability )

roses and the graceful pink antignon were read and approved. to the stores. This cane patch had and useful gifts from her friends who plants Southern smilax, pink Killariuy of installing fuel oil firing ;' ,
become known to some of the Starke came to enjoy the afternoon with Ilt'r. roses and'. coral vine, currying: I i i apparatus in the local plant.Valuable .
attractive J. C. Traxler agricultural agent q
boys who like to prowl around nights ,
appearance. ) for the county came before the board: I and the time passed gaily with game I out a color motif of pink white and I information was!! secured '
and !Mr. Kickliter had a good I ,
m ec.Miaa! Darby) wore a becoming and nskeethet the board furnish him'an mAny and victrola music. green. from t the ellicieney engineer of the ;} ,

afternoon frock of rose colored taffeta office iu th. court house and. alscfurnish I I canes stolen. I II When the little people marched in- I Promptly at five o'clock the bride< I I I Southern Utilities Co., which concern j it'!
braided and hand embroidered and Last Saturday right he decided to I and unattended !I bus changed: over twenty-six .
a typewriter for the use of| I to the dining ,room they were delighted groom cure down \ '
her costume completed by a black find out who the thieves were. lit the' plants from wood to oil. A great
was his office. Upon motion and, 1101111.1( with the pretty table which wall broad stair, \\hi'hvu ciirpctecin
picture hat, black pumps and whitiK'loten. the board authorized. him to purchase I('I took his double barrel and went out centered by an embossed birthday I, white, she. railing,: trimmed withIImilu saving in fuel and,. labor resulted. It -I

Mrs. Weeks was attired in a typewriter price not to exceed, sixty among the cane to keep vigil. Nothing coke benruyr,! the elates "litlll: -ini !fl." -., and took their places bencatl seems to be the unanimous opinion Sf
chic of tie chine and ': had happened up to 10 o'clock.\ It 11I..h. formed of the sniilux and, the local, committees that the change
dress! taupe crepe dollars and that he could have an of- also. .six candles that shed I their twinkling an coral !
pump to match ; while Mrs. Peek flee in the court house. became chilly and Mr. Kickliter went I. light on the happy scene Ice % inp in the large double door !between i would, be a wise one.

win gowned in dark blue georgette., Upon motion and second P. D. into the house to gut his overcoat cream and cake was served by Mrs hull and parlor. Here the In the opinion of the Telegraph the "y:r ,
and natin. ordered for thei leaving the gun among the cane. On I britli>'H pastor! Ilev..I. C. Diggs in his! change cannot be mad,
Welch was paid $15 Long/ assisted by her mother, Mrs / : too soon. As t (
The hostesses received the arriving i care of D. G. Martin. his; return he heard cane cutting going : I E:. .L. Brownlee Mrs W. 1.. Wall and impressive manner performed the it is. the wood supply is received In \ .

guests and after greeting the bride- Bill for $7.50 presented to the !beard I I : on, but he was! )in no hurry to Mesdames H. I.. and .1. :M. lrownlee.After I ring ceremony of I the :Methodist. Episcopal : I little ,dribbles! and a very small hitch I II t't'I '
it for he wanted wait till thethieves
to-be they were directed to the punchbowl I by DeWitt C. Jones for burial of C'1 stop to the refreshments.. the guestswere church. I somewhere is. apt to result in the I
I had cut what they wanted 110
which was placed in the dining,: II. Williams. Payment refused. invited into the living room, The hl'i.kvOl'" a lovely tailored temporary stoppage of the plant; ,
I I I that he could catch them with the
room and presided over by Mrs. JosK. Upon motion and second the board i goods. But his coming had beer where they found two largo bnsketico I' suit of navy blue wool tricotine with I Though we could manage to get along ,

Wilson. authorized F. M. Rivers to borrow I and with of terror about 1 with jjrtvnery :and flowers. hand embroidered blouse of tan georgette \vitjjout I lights for a few nights, we "I r.
heard yell
With Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones charmingly as accompanist $700 to pay expenses of the county I I a dozen boys ran a off and to a hole and each little guestvns directed to shoes gloves'and hat were I hive: no other sourVe of water supply i
Adkins I
Mrs. A. Z.On Denza-, and state fairs and,. they would pay II I made in the fence of the ball park. pull a ribbon, which brought to them I brown the hat being a small, dose II than the well at the power house?, the
rendered "Sing: by all the interest on said amount. The hole being too small for the quick many f-yi-ors of different kinds:--al 1 fitting one of velvet with flat trimmings water\ of which must! be pumped into I ,
and Mrs. J. E. Futch delighted Petition presented to the board asking I I exit of so the fugitives hur.. I tiedMth! green and white ribbon. of foliage She carried an arm the tank in order to distribute it
many, :
"A Birthday.
with. solo entitled that the name of Willis Martin be I! riedly two three I "he invited guests were Hazel Ad- bouquet of bride's roses with shower: I throughout the town for domestic. and J' '
the shower pulled out or moreplanks
The way of presenting placed on the pauper roll. Upon motion (! and ran across the ball park kiiTlctty, McLano, Evelyn Stump of valley lilies.i'rereditug fire purposes. Besides, the wood problem
of Rifts was arranged in a manner said petition laid over until next at speed that b'ase ever Ethciiin Whit, Eloise: Ritch, :Murliekst the ceremony, :Mrs. A. /. is becoming a very costly one I
future husband a no runner I
As the honoree's meeting of the board. W Eunice Cnnovu, Ava Lou Pop. Adkins ming charmingly Dellardlot'i i Let us have the change, quick.

ia in the timber business, her friends The report of Marvin C. McIntosh. I showed there. I I pell,, Lois Long, Patsy Brinson! JuliA "Because," and Mr. Leo Canovn sang I .._ f
arranged the BUT Mr. Kickliter then fired in the ail
had decorated and assistant state auditor showing the Can '\a. Lillian Garris Leila Den An. "Today, Tomorrow and "'uTl'vl'r.11': FATAL ACCIDENT
parlor to resemble a pine forest, and examination of the tax collector's of. ', a couple of, time, then loaded and dress Louise. Peek, Beatrice Johns, Powell Carpenter' rendered :Mciidels -

in a hollow log were stored a quantity fice for tax roll for the year 1918 wax fired again. Chief Kite, who was out Sarah Hope( Haynes, Mary: Brownlee, sohn's Wel.tinllIan'h, : on the violin I >Y iinnee Branch Train=; Kills Aged N '- ,
linen and thedaintiest looking for trouble had drive
of cut glass, silver, received and ordered. filed. and same I:I, : someone Alice Fernandez, Charlotte Rosenberg accompanied by Mrs. K.: K. Perryman. I grim Saturday at Alachua: '
of lingerie. Sweet little An. be published in the Bradford County him tp the scene in a Ford car. Hemet :Martha Brownlee Lois L, Turner Hen Immediately after the ceremony an ti

nie Long, wearing a dainty frock of Telegraph as required by law. j!,i a lot of boys running toward Sternherg, Mary Louise! Shepard, olCVnlu informal reception was held Mr. and Saturday about noon, when the
white organdie and lace with pink Pursuant to a special act of the Starke an if they had seen a ghost, Jim Poppell' Walter Mai-Don) !Mrs. Jordan receiving' the congratula Wannce- branch train neared Alachua .

ribbonw approached Miss Darby and! legislature of 1019 all matters relating but they had no timo to stop and tell aid Jr., Richard Long Paul Knight lions of their guests in the parlor station, an aged negro man named. i
him the newII.II'! Kickliter's
said, to the repair and work on the canepatch S. R. Johns, Jr., Billy Graham James The punch bowl was placed, in the Charles Thompson was run over. '.
"Faiii sent me to you. public roads and bridges of said coun- will not be bothered any more .Ilichard Wainwright, Billy Harrison, dining room, gracefully presided over Thompson tried to cross the track in .i,

They bid you follow me; this season William\ Duncan Emmett: 'Gahagan, of( by Mrs..1. :Milton Brownlee. Later;, a front of the train and did! not nee the
Some beautiful things you'1surely\ ceased, .- - - Savannah, (iu.; Richard Harvard Lester ' delicious ice course, with wedding Wannee train coming but was watch r

findwithin 1919. All matters relating to the GAIETY'S; NEW PROJECTOR ]Price Rubinson, Milton Brownlee. cake was served by Mrs! N. T. Ritch, ing another train on a parallel track ,

a fallen tree. repair of public roads and, bridges I II I Jr., :Merrill Futch. :Mrs. 1 E. M. Johns Mrs. J. 11. Bitch coming from the opposite* direction.The i
And as the honoree left the room the passed' into the hands of the bond, I The Gaiety management: have just ------.------- and, Mrs. It. A. Weeks.! bell of the Wannee train was

entire! company followed' her to the trustees for said districts numbersone installed a new Simplex projectingmachine BOGUS FIRE: Mrs[ Grillln wore a handsome frock ringing: and' ns soon as Engineer Ta- '?

improvised forest and inspected the and two. Upon motion and second : which was put to use TUPS- of blue crepe mentor hand embroidered tum saw the man's peril he did all ho '.

collection of beautiful gifts. it was ordered that all bill! forwork I,: lay night for the first time. The Sunday afternoon Chief Kite looking uVid beaded. Miss. Annie Darby could, to .stop tho train but it could" \

Toward the close of this delightful done upon the roods and bridgesof ; many who were present to see Mary skyward( for possible booze carrying wore !green satin with georgette; Mrs not be, done on account of the? short 1

afternoon Mrs. Peck ant; Mrs. Weeks the said county and petitions for creating I I I:, Pickford in that splendid. production"The ,: .aaropliines, discovered! that the N. T. Kitch another\ sister! of the distance and. the weight of the train,
served a delicious sulad course to and, changes asked for in said pub- Little American," are loud in building occupied by Darby's store bride wore blue satin with trimming which included several heavy loads of
large number of guests. M-rs. Emmett lic roads be turned ovt'to the trustees their praise of the presentation of the John I timber from !
Mrs. J. Milton I and the cigar factory was! on fire as of rime, while Mr. Markley: ; Williford. The man was
Key Ferryman, E. Wilson of the above named districts. ,' M-eucs, which were shown up much F dense! cloud of .smoke hovered over wore u chic gown. of tan and blue taf caught by the pilot and I dragged f some ,.
Brownlee and :Mrs. Joseph The board adjourned until the first'brighter and plainer than formerly.The the roof. immediately sounded distance, after which thu body got under tJ'

assisted in serving.-* Monday in December 1910. I I new projector uses a stronger the fire alarm and in a few minutes fetu.Mr.. and Mrs. Jot dan left on the the wheels and cut to pieces.A \ t'

BUSY --- ,, light and the imported lenses are the firemen were on the spot "Whenis Seaboard Limited fur" a brief honeymoon coroner's jury was (empaneled : .j
CARPENTERS PRODUCE IN PLENTY: without scratch, so that there Is no the fire?" was asked.! Yes, where on the East Coast after. which but its findings! it not known at thiswriting. ). '
I blurring. This machine ie very costly their (rienl"in full H
the was it? they will be at home to However a exoneration I
Activity in Building :Matters on Phenomenal Crops of Sweet )'ulatl't'!! but the proprietors want nothing Investigation brought to. light that Sanford where the groom" is. engaged -' is expected for Mr. Tatum. His ,

1 Increase Greet Farmers but the best, and are confident that Mr. Russell of the Stnrke Cigar Co.. in the lumber and crosstie, be d- record so fur has boon extremely good 11 I ,Ji
increased patronage will make their before and he is known careful and I
Supply had been in his office a short time ness. an a't'ry
The:: Quigley its energetic Lumber &and efficient Some time ago the outlook for evena I venture, a paying, one. __ and had thrown a lot of old pa. Mr Jordan' has made her" home in i ellifient engineer.MOKE \ ,:
through LJ | ,
[ r
( have meagre sweet potato crop was! poor, pers into the stove and set fire to It. Starko with \Mr. IlnI-Mr". T. J. Griffin 'II 1 1t
manager Roscoe McLane, consolidated in owing to the almost daily rains. But i ARMISTICE: DAY EXERCISES: : AT Small fitful gusts of wind had played practically all her life, and her : (FINE: : [IiAI( CANE:

the building industry all the long spell I of warm weather we I B. H. S. with the* smoke and instead of carrying many friend! feel that St l kt"s great I --- I II

Starke?, and our carpenters The following now have had has changed the prospects! : I it away had spread it out over loss is. truly Sanfurd's gain. Mr. Jo"r. 1lotill"- sugar cane has been addled ( i

work for the company. contemT'ln'f and judging by the immense i-hfp- Armistice Day was observed at the the roof. As soon as. tjie papers had dan lived in Storke for several yearswhen I to the exhibit at the Bunk of
works' are going on or are of from here Messrs. Bradford High School by appropriate Starke that farmers '
ments showing
potatoes by burned out there was no more smoke he was connected< with the W. our
iDanker Kilch is having his> T. S. Williams, C. S. Durling andJ. exercises from nine to ten o'clock, after anel;1 the firemen, returned to their respective B. Young wholesale grocery: company I have very generally had good success t
; N. T. Walnut street refinished \M. Truby, the crop must! he a phenomenal which Prof. Dowling announcedthat homes to resume reading the His numerous Stnrke friends coiigrat.ulate with this product this year. !:
residence on North A one. the pupils were entitled to the Sunday Time's-Union. him on winning so fair a bride. M. W. Lee, the champion sand hill

and partly remodeled. new The warm weather has also been remainder of the day as. a national .--- ----, The happy' couple were the recipients I farmer, brougt in two stalks of red t
will be built, sleepingporch
front porch a very beneficial to the cane crop. E. holiday.The HONOR: ROLL LAWTEY SCHOOLKir of many lovely and handsome" cane that measure 10 feet each. Mr.
the building \be I
added and E. Canova brought to Hank of Sturke memorial pictures hogging in gifts of silver. cut glass. china and! Lee explained) ( that he brought these

repainted.The I a tassel. that he had discovered among auditorium. were suitably clerarateeF l "\'I1d- Avale-u Andrews Er-: linen. canes simply to show that beggar .
awarded the
company has been roofon i his! cane, something very unusual! with U. S. flags, bunting and, pot- nn Bohannan, Onie) 1 Redding, I Reba Ov- The out of town guests. were Mrs! :: weeel was nut the only thing that r .:

? contract school of putting building 11 new and asphalt repair of I here. This i is! a hint to thn farmers! ted) plants placed On .stands. These : er-Iron. Johnnie Brown Floyd fJriffts. \. II. Herlong, of .''; : ,. would! grow to 10 feet on the sand,

the The that the cane is well mat"pd and the formpr B. 11. S. pupils were Pvt. Willie i Guy: don Jones, I.o.t'nzoInrr, : ,, and Mrs. James. Darby of Suinner,, hills.. -
ceilings where they need week.! repair. I juice very sweet and they should) Jones, Pvt. Neal I.nngford: and I Louis SIr t'klan' ,!. and JIll''', Gertrude, Darby of Jack' D. Johnson:: has. added to the exhibit f

work will begin next therefore make sugar as w'lIn.. syrup ,, LTc'Ut.' Ray White, who, gave their nil I Second, Graele-Lillian Browning, sonville. j a cano that weighed 8 I-:! pouneU a ? ,
The matter of building! an ornamental Sugar: will bring/ good price. Ifor I I their country in the year 1H8.!!! I Eva Durban, Ruby Garter, Pearl ---- ,-- --- .- I I.. I!. Edwards: brought in a sugarcane

fence around the school," groundsis II. L. Stevenson besides I many previous The patriotic program was. as follows I Griffith Sibyl l Roberts, Lena 8hl'pTarll. :NOIKI( ', 'I 10 TII.Ef'IIO1:1: : : it.\ I t that, weighed, 8 (pounds and 12 ,

pending, and! work will probably shipments of nuts sent off Wednesday : Aileen Snpp, Leonard Prevail, .sCRIBEItS-: : ounces and a Porto I Rico yum that I II

.start soon.' When the grounds: become by repress, no less than, "ten Song, "Star Spangled! Banner" II I I Claud Rowe, Louis H i-.I,.., Willie Hill. I tipped the beam' at r ft; pounds. :Mr.Eelwirnls ,3/:

enclosed flowers and rose bushes maybe I barrels of pecan to a firm in Phila School I Sammie :McMillan: Louis; Parrish. I Cull by number and help us improve : is one of our young( farmers j.

planted for the beautifying of the delphia. Flag Salute and Song-First and Third Graele: !-Gladys (Gunter Clear your .Mrvirc.Telephone. I wli'r t is elimliing to success by close \f fI (

grounds. I Strawberry plants have boon in Second Grades under the direction of vy Griffis, Madeline, Friego. subscribers. arcurged, to I attention tn his business. .
The company's truck has. been very ;1 great demand of late and rather :Miss Olive Ray. I Fourth Grade-; -Lawrence Dinkins, I call number and not by'name.In I J. S. Austin, of the Kingsley lake i ..
busy this week hauling lumber for the I ,,('arce. yet N. 15. (Hull never lets! a :Moreno Browning, Joe Friego, by this size the section has made an interesting corn ,
many bridges ordered rebuilt by Road I train go by but that h" M(>nllon! II i Scripture ReadinR..v. Claude I Ninth Grade-, --Clara Mae Sheppard a community rememberthe .exhibit having brought in a stalk IfI
Engineer Barnard. Our bridges have I consignment of plants.! Ross. Claudia Terry Emma: Andrews operators, cannot possibly I with five curs. The ears are not large ,
boon nothing by practical jokes so / :! i : I Invol'atlon-Rev. J. C. Diggs. I Tenth Grade: -Joyce TI'rry.lllttie: name of all subscribers. but it is unusual to fine! as many as
section I Address "How We Should Celebrate call by name, delay your service I
I II you
far, but Mr. Barnard intends that I Harley, Margaret (jodwin Louisa you five matured ears on one corn stalk. u\
they shall hereafter really be bridges.A I but a good many have been shippedthis Armistice Day"-Rev. ClaudeRoss. Blancharei. and hamper its elliciency.known to the : 10.: S. Matthews. president of too ,

playground for the children of season! by .1. H. :Mills, the express. : J. H. Sclden principal; Agnes Bar- All telephones are !Batik of Stnrke, says that the exhibitsof "
the town I is! badly needed. They ,I man. : Arlc.lrelis-Rev. J. C. Diggs. I hour, Mrs Pearl Jones, assistants.. operators by numbers which are on sugar cane are particularly Interesting :! ,
before them.When i
.should have swings trapezes bars -.-'-- Victory Anthem, "Sin/ Aloud in ---.-- the switchboard directly I fur the reason that sugar cane !.
poles etc., where they could play and 'I RECITAL IN THE AUDITORIUM i iI Triumph"-Iris Epperson, Nelle Roberts B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL the number is called, the connection must b,' looked to as one of our main ,r

climb to their hearts'! content. The ,I OF THE B. II. f'(. I Ella Mae Long, Ruby Poppell is made, almost mechanicallyand ( crops in the future. The boll weevil "; '
Quigley Company will work for this 'GU[ Long, Harry Canova Telfair :Mrs O. G. Cooper, chairman of the the possibility! of delay or misunderstanding has made cotton planting unprofitable ':

consummation and will stand part of ,I At a recital given on Nov 5th at j I Long Carr Colley, Wm. Struth, Mrs. social committee, arranged a delightful In eliminated.You and our people! must turn their atten'J' !,

the expense if it materializes.DK. . 1:30 p. m., in the high school auditorium A. E. Wall, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, pi- sociable for the B. Y. P. U. Tuesday can improve your rcrvice by tion to something else. It nlJw.lIe.mllevi.J.'nt

---..... ',; by the pupils! of Mrs. A. E. Wall I mist. night at the High School auditorium i looking up numbers in the directory that sugar cane IK: to play an

TOM I LINSOS LEAVES: STARKEDr. teacher of piano and voice, the following .I An interesting! : program preceded > before calling' ; and then giving the Important part in the future. ,
J ,, program was rendered: BAPTIST the pleasant games and the re- i I operator' the number and not the , ,_,u r ,-

J. P. Tomlirson. who recently; Tulip Waltz' (Streabogg)-Annie ,( .J' (freshments. All enjoyed the well' lame. BONDS TO BE: ISSUED; :
" bought the Wills Drug Store near the Belle Turner. I Sunday school a. m. | planned, evening. Those participating I I Via ask your cn-operatiim fur. a het-I

depot for the purpose of becoming its. Gypsy Rondo I :MartinPaul J :Morning worsnip, 11 a. m. I were, the prt'sidpnt.liAK: Nettie Du- 1: t'r; telephone service. At an adjourned meeting of tho

proprietor changed his mind and decided Knivht. : Young People Unions, B:30( p. m. I I hose, :Misses Jessie Thomas, Doris I Thanking you in advance. I board of bond! trustees of Special

to move to Dunnellon.\ lie has (,ClonaiseIartinEli..abeth: ) Andrews. I Evening worship, 7:30:: p. m. Scott, Ella :Manning, :Maude H. A. IIISHOP :Manager. Road and Brielgu District No.1 heldTuesday
moved his stock of drugs. and fixturesto Wednesday night service, 7:10::! p. m. >oris Law Mabel Reddish 1\lanninlC'l' ---- morning at the otllcK of the

that "ity, where he will establishhimself :: Walt ( Fearis)-Oussie: Mao Hen-1' Special workers conference' 2 I p. m., Cooper; :Messrs., Arch THE ARMISTICE: DAY 11.\ II. UIl'lk of Starkn nil resuf| ...< net-w
as a physician and druggist.The neH. Sunday. temper; Charlie ('''01'1'' 11. N. Crol-I! saiy) te, the* issuance-oJr theI nut illl-

doi.or ar.d his family: will\ probably Mar. Militaire\ .. ( sl'leLtedIar: )' BLANCHARD U. LAW, h:y, Walter Kuhl.! The 'pastor : The bull held, at the Armory. Fri- :I iroveim-nt bond.< were adopted, andIt .
move from Starke this work. i: Canova.On | Pastor. I". A. Scott and .J. S. Iubn'e, Jr., al11 !- lay evening wits; well attended. About. was ordered Mint a block of :$tOO,

Dr. Tomlinson and his excellent\ I I Parade ITOI'Ah"nIIMt'1) !Mid- II' enjoyed the f'vl'ninaKF.1'iUIU'K -. Any couples! enjoyed, the dances and 000) of the bands. bu offered for sale
Flor"nc.nlrew." .. -----. A-__ lere The music Thursday, December 18th. The
family came here several years ago illpton.I were many spectators Oil i
Second, Valso (GoolarH--Marjaret LAND' the Canova '' bonds to l I..- offeree at 5: 1-2 per
from Lake Butler. The doctor's fine Piano Duet-Ruth and 'la Poppell.) BUYS MORE: was furnished/ orhentra are
reputation as a physician anJ-surgeon Vocal "Sleep Little Baby of Min Jvingston. I and was all that could be du-I cents with interest payable seml-an- ;

gave him as good practice as the population (((1..nee-MItll Jessie Thomas. > Vocal "Dear Little Mother of T. N. Kendrick has bought of the ll reel. The ball was a pleasant end-1 I[ mnlly, which makes them a very attractive -
of this section and the compe- Sonatine (Clemente) Ruth Pop- :line" (Sterling)-!Miss Ruby jaskins, estate five uuies of land, log of a pleasant day. investment. Formal 1 noticeof
tition admitted of, and his family pell. pen.The I'op-I, iated west of the Peck pecan sit-I On the evening of Thanksgiving the !sale of the bonds. is published in

were admired in our social circles. So Lea Sylphcs (Backman-) Audrey Flatterer (Charminade-) Iris better known as the Isaac Edwards .Iay. November 27th a masquerade Delay's Telegraph.! ,,
that is the reason why they will all be fohns. IppeMon. I lace. The land has already. been I I f ball- will bp held.! at the armory. "Tho j W. I.. Barnard supervising' cngl-
much missed. They have the well- Vocal, "A Lovely Garden" (Selected } Vocal "Goo Night Little Girl"- cleared, stumped -an.1 broken up. Mr. | more the merrier" and those who neer made a verbal report to tho t!
Nelle Roberts. ;: Kendrick Is hard worker and fish take in thin amusement' baud. in which it was stated that heis
wishes of our entire population for a ) ; For Jean (Cowles)-Miss Ella a next to part otthu e t
successful and pleasant career in their II :Mae Long. > Impromptu (Shubert) ; Scherzo year will see this land producing should begin: to prepare for it In''' mu'kinfC progress in the repair
(Shubert-Ethel Giimn. .1 bountiful Um&I bridges. in the. district.
new home. I Will o' the Wisp (Jungbman) ,t crops. I



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. 0 tOO I)0 oO-.X..,.),>:+ )o..X>(I,, I \1<] llieli-I, :.1' ,t-Hcit.. lulu hiding ainl/ mit, i--u Srtuln, naturally lecklettH, had "do yini \vuut to Kiiou? What ure joutrying turned, Nun. Determined not lo give "1'. 'Nim !'lotlced. the l.ipiixsTle manner of

down to tiy 10 tell nil Hint/ Iiml 11111" won lu Nun u girl Imrdly, more concerned. to Und out?" Duke' I..J".II'I' her' imcoinpri mixingly. his H; waking nnd tho low even tones."I .

.. pcned 8lmi-. their purl III(. \ 'lIr"In'') ,Self-reliant hiilh, of them Duke tiirnel' In Ills, ,'ugt on (Julel "That man "can't ever be any wiu kind of lo :IIIIIIl I for him mpeir. .-

Nan rumors ofHI >, C'II.I.lU') raiding1! ", and Itmlluclhely,. vigilant they" xpentNO "There Y
fights; and imr-nhs. u.-re. no mure to much time togelher that Scott and got lo xny i.ow. ?" |I.I. iliniiilMledwill ,'ulI'l'r marry y ". Il I I" ever trie* "I. there another. tram tonight haoUl

Music tlieia than' 'i" !10/> l>eN In the uuods.. All Lefever, who, bel'oro a lot-might hudpa.sxed ) n'! iibimlve, i 111:1.Siiht : I... .KI. help ii.ti.'l.; Ill kill him' If I <- come 0:1?"

that tiiulti >.il ii" them, -sluing, orpnclDK niter uke'x return home, isuriiilxoil : jumpeil ior\\-tril., his. lingeri'tltileil hang for> II. I I.MOW his gii'iif, I 'I 1 ''''l't think ,he will bo back now

I togiinr I : mid "" "rl..I. In Iho thut' De Spulu must l>u currying ;' '' ul X", .. "Look. here, ilo you know vvi.ut hvu l,,. 1 I.'e: does.-i't. care I I...ii.' toi-'orrov: iiliibt.. "

Mountain puth i>f thu loiiu-i'old' volfnnlc xlreiiniI ; on Home Hort. of ii I'liindi-stliie/ iif- "'" lire un-i-li-.g" Hniiry ii-, Sj.nlj.-' ; II ,ilneb, "of.iff:, f ,r jeii. He lln-iks heciin :V .1 ''l dlsii, ;.., i itt-d. looked up(

I burled In tin- -hlMliig sumls uf the fulr hinting toward. the guti only qucslioneil all over the
,I I dtw> I tli.Ii; II".., should ehisp I ho\\ long it would lo btfoieSometMng down' I'M- Sleepy Cat trull near Itluck : me," I ,r o. .M ii'.' Mi.-li- luuuntaln ewpcli *-

: each other. > In '.m''': ImndM.. \listen" i-neli Inippeiieil.' ui. I mil)' hopedIt '' '11, 'lli-'t! >ou?" I "X:' -i, !,iu n .rid ,. I'-rll.or. froio'! ,t'ieI : "" t'. see ',1'',,."

to thu iitlier's nii-'x i ing Mili-i*. look would not lie, In tI"lr'n" word, Null ""If..1llh. her" buck iignlusi, ilwt I l-llltl.." exeh, 'I I V.i i ,1",1 le''''v.. ] ,ii I. without I t commenting smibdwi

unrestraint Into em h other's eyes. uniileiitanl.' It WIIM nut theirs In uuy "ml. i I I lie table where" her imch-'x.. I' They nut In ,lioih. the "hi hoi"lithe case to adinonlNh De Spain, nor I
MI to
BY'" ha 1 slopjieil 1 hituii'l' xliu IDI, kedIdewlso blow' wllh Is ust. "I'll show llr. ieSiil' nJlIn; was no tilled with anjl-
ui>per. lay III"I " 11 the. gup anil dog the liioveineuls of HO capable a toward, 'her! cousin.! In !lt-r ,
FRANK H. SPEARMAN ; :' n..1! I > irlet-dn, where they nul ety i hat she welcomed u chance to
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I town-more Hum "::11', Arid I one diy friend e\en ulieii' his safety was 1011cerned ui.swelle beard ns M'ICI! cunte-iijit' as "
Author of "WHISPKRINO SMITH" oaf talK to somebody. "I've often heard
came a Kcure. They \\ere so long us he preferred to Ueep I
sitting (III u gli'1'.suff\ i-oul I ('11't "
a rejected listen ,he .
{ '}ele Duke, If you won't to hlw apeak of you v..ntarp.l.lI..nrc'llng ,
a little lodgeell up In the rocks. his own com.Hfl-theru are limits .
lover. "So > i'u've: turneil" ,.I'uk 1"Oale
tnunt listen to Think the dark and
sense. watching
reason eyes
-M><-- you ;
within which
where De could uo man welcoinei
Spain overlook the uninvited ,
"" "r.tfl.lby" CbariM' SortbDMT. *Bonal trail -nst and w.t., and weretalking assistance. And De ""III. In t-oiire u slrlt-g;: of I ul w"rl'., !''. of what' u position you put me In. I the i pen kindly smile characteristic

"Yi' u Lire thiil coy i"ie SUSHIto: you for all your cure of me. I of (thi* man. Scott put hilt right hum I '
about n lumgulow "nme day to be 111Slel'PY his long uid: frequent rides, his, -
"McArplu,, :3asvr wife and children to I protraded py for. )'''U. .t"! you ?" iteninndc I Nan love hl.u for his alTccllon for me and out nt his side. "I've ridden with
Cnt. when tln-j "u11I"11 rlillritf ubsences IridHTerencu to tint
: support" suggested' De Spnln."I . details of business '''111)I" >II't jiiu i-i-iiiul d your consideration of me because be thM. l.oy since he wns S:> 'ilgh./; I
' and '
from the west touiiril ('iilulmxns./ Tin-re : humor,
If n't think, for u moment ho' does iniiiily 1..llItIM:111'1': '' Dnku was knows how tu< treat a woman. I know 'I 1 know hu thinks ev >',rythlag: ofyou. j
three In Ihtpnrty, hud evidently I passed within these'Imlts.
It," returned, Lefevor vehemently. "I were ono liigglin; II | choking, with ""1(". He M-I..I, to speak be wouldn't buna u I.ulr on your head ." ,

support, his, wlfo and children myself." I well In-hind. Tho t 1" n men lending... | to her. tin tiecoiil" .n 1 |..,.'n.i' hu words for tuy wake, yet you talk now of "I I think: a lot of him."
Nan unit, I'e Sluiln; \ 'm.iile out tu l I"- What was stage tralllc to him comDIIrod -
"You shouldn't play cards, John." | the Bunshlne "',\11111 Is It you win.4 i Know uuclelei'.or ? 'bloodshed. between you two I know "i u din't know me?" ahe wild teu- J
, Gull Alorgiiu und CamThey. the to 11111111': hiilr,
"It was I by, playing curds thut I located \\ Ii in tin- ,tlr: i I meet Henryt'e what your words nicnn-that one of tatily.: .
hud ,
lint attraction
behind A xcheiliilL-x otterigninst
coming on his in
Sus--i..n, Just the same.. A man -top horse j i S;'all.? It l I". 1 1II..t nndwe're I II
Httlo I moment of her n" him you, or botli of 3ml. nru to !be killed I. answer concealed all Unit wusjnee
and lenn forward bin h ,,id<1 'hriit over eyes ; what
game:. wllliour friend Bull Tuge, by connection could there I i-ii.'iim: : :' 'il .1.1' I I".mi-rleil: when, you I for a senseless' '''>:I feud., !lot will uot standup mry. "Not to speak to, "o."
the trull. He was examining the o.nul, !: k-n-lng be be.vveell -
the waj. Vnd say, thut man blew : ',-'' / -lui., Pnclo' Uuke--and "
(iml let any man sh.oot) him: down! m Nan Morgan.
'and hulled quite! mlniiie 1I1I.I'IIrderh..I>I mid her low .
u i II j i udy "
Into Cubiliisiis ono day hero :.ol i.ll: ili, ..
lately I II : without reslstiu.ce. If '
: lay name pretty welV hi
i' sonii'tlilng. Iloth know \\hnt lie >t "H iitugli: ? you your | nyour *
with a twtiity-dnllur bill ; It's a fact 1 Btuiljlnwthe. hoofprltits of S""',, | The I two felt they must meet to dlsUHH '"ll.ei-i-" .\.ni have It" crlod Giile."T'liif's blood on his hem!, you know It would cxi'l! ned ; nothing seemed to ili.slnrli
, 1. Now, w hendo. you suppose he got : Hi' -inry. I told. stain between him and
pony heading touurd. the III. :1. .Njni/ their eonstnnt perplexKleM 'ami, you NO. put a Me thut 111- ) .
: ,
twenty ilolKr" In one bill? I know I I've 1,1- \\ n It' I'or u week I tell could be wii-ho-l .. 1 ..
out because
Hlirnnk liiicl;;: and with lie :Sp; .mi 1"I i| > the problems of their dllllcult! oltuu- you. never us>:I long as I cjime In- wi; wor-
7 hud It two hours after he got there, little/ to whero lion butI 1Il'/I they. redCliinl Uielr'rystltis Van's II-M- -. t. "Not only," continued we lived. If you 1,111 1,1m/ I could neverstay rte over something and waned tott
n they ('unldI 'iiih" 'molatruiler : ....
and 1 then In
minutes that eon-Hi I ijt-rluirly. "meeting Unit here with ills tl"ocl'oulll "
therewpsinoreof _n .. you. Mr. Spnln.
without filu'ces
beni| ;
blamed, biiliwhacker XH ". Nun i guy. h
you pay thirty- I
I Ip' I "lie Is buying north of M.dIclne -
two n wi-i, ,'k to took It awny from I w'l1fQpl'rC',1, first: "It's/ Snssoon'1. De f eiv'. ihin' gravity" tuore, of non'linlnncollniti Almo'.t iiefore the vile epithet that cry "out every day end night against Bend. horse rainstorm ...I'r/.v/

t Ftut, I got :s.isHnon spotted., And, mp'j| Spain iioilded. "What hlitill \\ ,. .do.?" '" concern' innru (if i>,,.1.0' % Into .follow d! lirid. reiicheil, her enr'", Nan you Duke's violent finger shot out at her. likely kept Tie buck some.) I ilori't

do. brvalhud' Man. j ellltl nth.1t lieillts ttlllll lookltlU! tnll eaiigln the whip. Before he could
't- you MIII .DORP Split-lips Is this min up "And you're the gal I took from your think you need worry much over anything
f ute?" othlng ,et." returned hi IOM-I', !j tin' IruuliU-Hoiuu' future. And\' thiivwa ......111''... she cut Gule sharply, across the and I'd bring up a though."

: ".J"rl1l1u'l watching the horseman, wln...- eje'' j hiirdly an Inciting "I"I" itliiuInlles r".-... "You covtard." she cried, tremiI.Hi. : decent mammy woman.promised' You've got none o' her "I don't mean I am worrying about !

"Quite _gap. were still fixed ou the pony,., trail. '. of Mimic inoiii.tiiln that one or .:; so she could, not control her I j jvoice. blood In -not u drop. You're the I Mr. de Spnln at Medicine Bend," disclaimed \
nnd hern the you
there all
the other if the twr had. not nulled, word ]
( > "If dnre use thnt
but who hnlf-I you ever
less than
was now u Nan with trace of embar" \
brother of mine, a
brat of that mincing
Jiln,,>. :X' ""-, Boh has the old warrant neur.There. i". ,Tore again I'll horsewhip
mile away and riding straight Vmnrd. me you. and
for him- Hie question Is, how to get < that was always riding horseback rnssment
them \ of course, disappoint1Dients "
were xmlleil f
: weedIng what metin.
him out." showing off In town while I was you
De Spain his eyes on the d.ingt-r: ': but there "" ,. 'only u frull | the tobacco beds." Bob Scott. She regarded him <' IHtlonlngly. \
De Spnln' reflected, a moment before I n res In their nirungeiiienlM.' .The dl'll' I Icullies
and bis hand laid behind Nnll'8l1l1.1.. :Nan clasped her hundx. "Don'tblame He returned her IM/.O nassurlngly -
replying, : ""John I'd let him alone Just led | of these fell ..hl..lly on N." i if bo of
the down brother's was
way guurdedly nwhere > me because I'm your as cllIo..t
for- the pn sent." ho sold ut length.tif How she ov.-i-enme them was \n ""nof ,
I their horses stood. :Nan, 1I..t'.I.log child itlnme me because I'm a woman his ground. "Did your pon.v conn-
fever't eye bulged. "Let Snssoon Niirpllse' to I'e p"llI.I II" mnvel. "I t tut all after left the foothills
no Instruction!! for the emergeiir\. because I have a heart, because along right yon
alone?" took the lines of the horses and' h' her Innoeetit. resoiiree In i >*< .i''p"|>"r.! I wnnt to live nnd see you live und this afternoon?"

"He'll I k. ep-tor a while onI1Y.'hllt ." Spnln' standing bOHldo: his own h..rM"e. the ilonuiinls at home and iMiUinjr' to see HUMplclon distrust feuds Nan olenlo her eyes. "How ihd .you
"'\ d- ?" wii.% despite ui array' ef obslai' '> t tot know I the fool hills?"
you mean reached JiU right hand over In from .uluruis>:I. and worse. I'm cot ungrateful came through

"I don't wnnt to stir things" up' too of the pommel anil' regarding Sassoou t P.I" dlstitlll impatience.Midwny as you plainly say I am. I want "I wns over that wuy today." Something

strong mi-r thnt way Just at the min till the while drew his rltlo slowly .between Music nmuntulnind you to get out of what you are In In the continuous smile ,'wah'-'

ute. John. from Its scabbard. The blood n>d :".. 1""I'y| C'at a lowlyingall ofla 'here--I want to be out of It. I'd rattier eiied her more than the word. "I noticed

"Why not?" Nan's cheeks. She said nothing. With MI .rock, lu part "nil-covered, mid In be deud now than to live and die In it. your pony went IBBMYou

Do Spnln, shuffled a little. "Well. out looking at her De Spain drew her part exposed. piuullels and sometimes And what la this anger all for? Noth stopped to look at his foot."

Jeffries tliloka"' we might let things rest own rifle from her horse's side passed crones ln-! |il-iclpnl trail. This unduliitluu ing. He offers you his friendship" "You were behind me," .ariuii,i.dNan.

till Duke :.Morgnn: and the others get It Into her hand and moving over In ridge wax n fiiMirlte v.lth D She could speak no furl her. Her uncle, ,

over some of their soreness." front of the horses, laid bis left band Spain ni.d :Nun, bei\uis>! they could with a curse, left her alone. When she "I didn't eve you he countered pru

I.efever.. astonished at the Indifference reassuringly; on her waist again. At ride. in out of hiding places" with arose In the early morning be had dently. ,

\ of De' Spain to the opportunity that moment little knowing what eyes I out mole than just leaving, the trullItself. already gone away.CHAPTER. She seemed to fathom _Uiing

VI I were on him In the black fragments I To. the west of this ridge and from the expression of his t. **Y
Ii! 1"f ahead, Bassoon looked up. Then be com: itmdiiiK It. rose rntl-er" more than XIX. couldn't bn'-I known was coming In."

" -" rode more slowly forward. The color a ii'llf away the cone culled. Illuuk Cap."Suppose she said quickly.

I returned to Nan's cheeks. "Do you ," xiild Nuu one. afternoon. A Try-Out. "No." lie paused. Her eyes Bmicd

,t I want me to use this?" she murmured looking: from He Spul'i'M side toward Sleepy Cat Is not so large a place to Invite a further confidence. "But

" Indicating tbe rifle."Certainly 1 the miiimliiliis, ""..IU..tlIW should bovpyliiK that one would ordinarily have much after you started it would be n pity

not. But If the others 1 on us from lilack" Cap?" Shapolnte trouble In finding a man In It If he 1 any harm came to you on Ole .<"

turn back, I may need It. Stay right : ,' t" the solitary rock. searched well. But Duke Morgan "You knew Uncle Duke w iu

here with the horses. lie will lose tbe ".f un.t "ne lias been, Xnn. with a drove into town next morning and had town?" Scott nodded. "Do 900 k>ow
to stay for three days waiting for a "
trail In a minute DOW. When bl good (:Jus* he iiiii-l have seen exchanges why I came?
reaches the rock I'll go down and of eotiiidciKihut( would make chance to meet De Spain. Duke was "I made a guess at it. 1 dOt think
much when he hud
not a man to talk
keep him from getting; off his horsehe him gnu,," l.i. leeth. I know If I ever you need worry over anything.

won't light from the saddle." saw anythli,?' 'hl>e. It I'd go hung. But I anything of moment to put through "Did you follow me down fro the
nnd he had. left home determined before "
"You Coward!" She Cried. hospital tonight?
But with an Instinct better thnllkllowlo.dlol' the country 'IM f'< "m there Is too rough |
he came back to finish for good
for home. :X--' even hides around was coming from my home at
Sassoon, like a wolf ecent- a Go to Henry do Spain's face yon I with his enemy. I' I only kept close _
hi supper. *
scanned Itluck ('up, exi i some trump >ld-up
Ing danger, stopped again. "
skulker nnd say that If you dare. De Spain' himself had been putting you to be handy."
that's vd In bis get-uway.
the broken In man
forbidding hump
Hob Scott there are dozens of "Put down that quirt, Nan," yelled off for weeks every business that would "Oh I understand. And yon are very
front now less than a quarter of a says bear putting off, and had been forced "
mountain lions there." her uncle."I I kind. I don't know what to do now.
mile from him questloulngly. illst'.s over I
at length to run down to Medicine
won't put It down," she exclaimed "Go back to the bmpltl for the
Deemed to rove Inquisitively over But Snssoon hud t.e unpleasant patience
Bend to buy horses. Nan after her
r I will send de
defiantly. "Ami lie. will get n good night.
the lava pile us If asking why a Morgan of n mountain lion and its dogged I I uncle left home-justly apprehensive 1' n..or S
lashing with It If he Buys one more up there just us as
S"UI he CI
und;hiding himself on
; Gup puny bad visited It. In another persistence of his Int..I1Uonlt--mlldlt frantic efforts "
I moment he wheeled hU horse Black Cap he made certain one day word about Henry de Spain. to get word to De Spain of what was I I town.
Duke him
and spurred' rapidly after hU companions. of what be bad 1.111been/: convinced "Put down that quirt, I tell' you, I Impending. She could not telegraph I.I am"Suppose deathly Code afraid of their SI'II frst
thundered her
that Nan was .meeting De Spain.' a publicity that she dreaded wOIII.1have that he doesn't mtoUog"

The two drew a deep breath. De I The day after she had mentioned She whirled. "I won't put It down. followed at once. De Spain had :i "Il. sec hm

Spain laughed. ""'hnt we don't kno\v Black Cap' to her lover Nan rode over This hulking bully" I know him bet expected to be back In two days. Such I Kven De Spain himself when haI

never hurts us." He drew Nun to blm. to Culuhiisus to get a bridle mended.fiilloplng ter than you do. She pointed a quivering a letter as she could have sent would I came back the next night ncemedl

Holding t the rltle muzzle at arm's I buck .Khe encountered, Sas- finger ot her cousin. "He Insult not reach him Medicine: Bend.Ax hardly able to reassure her.

length as the butt rested on the soon Just Inside the gap.' Nan so ed me as vlloly us lie could only u few It wiis, a distressing amount of she told all her story Wen Spain .
And hit )
ground, she looked up from the shoulder I detested him that die never spoke' months ago on Music' mountain. talk did attend.. Duke's efforts to get
when she could avoid It. On his part If this .very mime' Henry de Spain
i I to which she W08 drawn. "What track of De Spain. Sleepy Cut hud
"Where Was the Belt When You Found should you have done if he bad come?" he preti-nded not to see her ai she hadn't happened to he there to protect but one Interpretation for his Inquiries

It?" I "Taken you to the gap and then ; passed.' When she reached home she me. you would hare found! me dead
I Ii taken him to Sleepy Cat, where be be-I found her Uncle D'iko and dale standIng next morning I by my own hondo Do these men. It was conceded,
ot nubbinSussoon, while ho could lie, lon s." I In front of the fireplace In the living you understand, ?" she (cried punting would be historic In the nnnal.s of the

i found i \|ostulutcd III roll 1-:1': y. When "Hut Henry, suppose" room. The two nppeuro'l! from nml furious. "That's \\hilt he Is !I" .town. Its anticipation win food. for

Do Spain, persisted I.efever. huffed. I "There wouldn't have been any 'supI their manner to have been In a heated. Her uncle tried to break In. "Stop !I" all of the rumors of throe d.iys of suspense.

ronllded'! t>> ICob Scott! that when the >'OHe.' discussion. one that had fetorped: ..uddculy tlio cxclulmo't pointing at Gale. "lJen"'l'r For the town they were three
general -miRer got ready he could' looked. told, that, did he?"
"Suppose' the others hud come." ou her appearance. Both you days of thrilling expectation:: ; for Nun

ciitili Sn"Oii' himself.I "\Vltli one rltle, here u limn could ut Nan. The expression on their faces,* 1 "No, nor you neither. ," snapped' Duko Isolated, without a confidant not

i> Spain' wanted for. Nnn's sake, ns Htiind off a regiment. Nun do you forewarned. her. Sh threw ber quirt bourst-ly, knowing/ what to do or which way to

well as I.Icmn.: to see \\hnt could, be know, you tit Into my arm ns If you on the table, drew off her rUIIng "1 didn't tell you." retorted Nan "be turn they were the three bitterest

done to p.n Ify her unele iind his relatives were made for It?" gloves: and began to unpin' her hat ; i cause I've been trying to live with you days of anxiety tlhe hud ever known.

'HI> ,ih t II wedge might he driven : Ills was contagious. When but she knew a storm. was Impending.' / here. In peace among these thieves Desperate with suspense at the close
cournge: : '
Ira lictwcin, them and their notorious he hud tired her with fresh Importunities Gale had. been mndt. for n long time and cutthroats, nnd not keep you of the second day-wild for a scrap rf

hem hiiinti. ami, Sussoon hronght to he unpinned, her felt hut and, to know that h1"" an unwelcome stirred up till tho time. And' Henry news yet dreading one she Huddled

book with I heir consent ; on this point held It out of reach while be kissed ,visitor and. Nun's greeting of him wu.s de Spain faced this'" big coward, and ber pony and, rodo alono IUo Sleepy

however h<> wui not quite bold-faced and! toyeil with and disarranged her the merest contemptuous nod. ""Well protected ine from him with uuemptyrevclverl Cat after nightfall to meet the train

enough: In ake his friends Into hUconlldcncc. hair. In revenge, .h0 snatched from uncle" she sold, glancing at D'lke. I IVhllt business of yours Is on which De Spain hud told her he

his poxket bis little black memorandum "I'm lute again. Have you hud ",up- It whom I meet or where I !go?" she! would return from the east. She rode
Do Spain, !* fiery lover as he wan her words, with
a a book and some letters and read, Iler' demanded ruining straight to the hospital. Instead of

: u tighter.: .tay'd none of his courting or pretended to rend them und seizing Duke always spoke curtly j tonight flaming eyes on her belligerent cousin. going to the livery burn, and leaving
,: because. 1'1 ii, riiiiistunees' put Music ". will to nave you her and walked
her opportunity she broke from his heavy voice win as Hharp as an never marry you horse got supper byway
I luoimtali l I.. twcen him and his mis him anil ran with the utmost tleetness ux. "Been lute a good deal lately." from the hnogtuun. Now leave thishouse. of unfrequented streets downtown

,J tr""M.11,1 Nun, after she had onceHurrendered. up into the rocks. I Nun laid her hat on the table and ." She stamped her foot. "Leave to the, station to wait for the train.When .

win nothing behind the In two minutes they had forgotten glancing compoxedly. from one suspicious \ thU house, and never come Into It the \Mg train drew slowly almost

chances she inhcsltiitlngly. took to urrunge the episode almost as completely as face to the other put her hands agulut" noiselessly>: In :Nun took her
her in' 'Ulngn with De Spain. Ho himself with stood place where no Incoming
If It never hud been. Hut when th..yl..rt up to arrange her hair. "I'm going to Gale, beside rage passenger/
I, found In her.. mire her girlish timidity for home they agreed they would try to dj better. I'll go and! get niy his ground. He poured all that! he could escape her gaze ami waited. for

was ovrrcotn" t and a woman's conlldenee not meet theru again. .They kuew that 1 supper If you've hud your" She safely could of nbuse on Nun's own De Spain. But when all the arrivals

hud I. >lnced It, a disregard! ofconsequences Sassoon, like a Jucknt would surely I started toward the dining roo III. hfOlI(]. She had appeased her wrath had been accounted for he hud not

\ so fnr ns their own plans come buck and more than once until I "Hold on I" Nan paused at her an and made no attempt' to retort only come. De Spain Laughed at Her Fear*.

I were concern-d, that sometimes took he found out just what thut trail or cle's ferocious command. She looked looking at him with white face and She turned, heavy-hearted to walk'

'away his, any subsequent trail lending Into the at him either really or felgnedly! surprised. burning eyes as Bho breathed ddlan e. back uptown trying to think of whom laughed at her fears. 'Til bring ta

The very .d. y nfter she had !got her beils. nit-ant. The lovers laughed the her expression changing to one Duke Interfered. "Ot out 1" he suld ahe. might seek some Information concerning :, man around. Nan don't worry. [

uncle h"III.Ith the aid of Sutterleti Jackal's "I'ylnlto: scorn and. rode away of Indignation, and waited for him to to Gale harshly. "I'll talk to her. Go De Spain's whereabouts when : believe we shall ever fight. I may not

Morgan 1111,11111 I antiquated fprlng wait- bantering, racing and chatting each Hpeak. Since he did no more than home I"Not her eye fell on a man standing, not be able to bring him around tomorrow.

on. :Nan roile. Liter !n fior"v>"i other ,l-i, theaddle, :us ",.,,1.! 1."n.. <'> nil' 'ni'rt "n
over to I'uhihiisas. 'II.,,. lu ,> iu..i 'in tin ir lntttlies-| | us if Ih'I''r,' i n IIl1..... "\Inn ilo >oil wiiiaill. I, lip '-Is hut ',1.,1 I siaiie| '<' i. tfe "inh ne mi i "... .,...T t.. .....1. .nl Innw.

would not Inrestrained lu.d, nnii|,> nothing else of luomeiu In the whole .. It-''" house. sl-iiiiiiln/ ': ih,,, ii"<>. ..1.... Imke, to he wiii'ldnir, tl.. ', : :"_' .if ,ih>' i ., N, MWi 1 I
their appointment' ,' in the lo\\er linnbods : I I' the sat down engine:; ',,1It NuiloKlit' !ie ki ewhli .
'dl1" \\111'1.' I \Vh-re. did 3 mi ,.-' Ilils ufti rnuoit? exhausted' } 'aulI'r'I.
halfway' I'l-lweiii the grip' ..indI'ulahasns. \ "Over tu (.111,,' .I--K." .die nns\tcie.1| evlig/; his, niece. "Now. what does. tMslu'U'i 'i 1 h>' sicht. The "IIII"r long, xtrtilulit, Re'.var.l,
'r Tin1 KIIII Milking': ," black! h.ilr 'inder" liriMid-brlmmed. : $10 $10
CHAPTER XVIII. 11I11"1.11)1 I '. ? he dt uitinic I hoarsely.She Catarrh I ,a'' J.3 tnflutuii -
; hind the mountain h,'., I tie Spain 1-:111.': | I. "Wl.'d" you n.eet, thenl. uKe'tune ;;: trle-1 to tell hli.i, hoi.estly and hut niiirkeil, tinmm. Km'nn nnd hnred, U by cunutiiti' ...".1.cuncluiuni, it
loped out of tinr.ii-ks IIH Nan turned In the /; H. "the Indian." Here, xhe er ttor leiiui-e* jnitli.tloralrtnt;
Facing: the Murlc. HI ii'ped; will: uig: r. I le! wns frankly all thnt Ir: nalntniee' : wlt'.iDo : gap HALL'a r.VlAUUH MEDll'l>t
iron the trail mid rode 'toward Hi.- "aid to h..r..r.I. II" 11 elmrice. DeSpilli !I. taken Int rn. 1I> nnu iu-ie \ tn
I black They lml nut uinlert-Mtlimited, the working himself a fury, but San Spain I iid! men.. dwelling! no :i.orethun HlooJ on Hu :1'.1! J.-ifa, ,t"I\ ,.
ulIlI'uth"I..t"'lIl..a !. ,
nnciliuI .t. reciillt" spoke { i-i" onoftcner ,- f
Ir le faced. "Tinsuiin its beginning 'Km. : ,
il.incr: Iroiii s.isMonn'Musplciuus' innlevoletue. tijiu' must wns neci'Msury o.i UALL't I't :Ii;
I>luce.They. thun this "'"11. He seemedwhilly :: I'ii pit' I u"I111I1)' meit-why? but concealing nothing of Its development
returned next morning th tl >
could \ tllseiigugetl.ItiIresIng fftvr* ?R rtt ;r-i "ii r'ovlnit
j l.ardU" .Up" from, thilrbiiddleM ,h'! if.eru and nothing f .her !'i .1 1 .. .
to reuil what further hi- coulduniting "I'i I Jim meet Henry Spain' t con sequences fn .r >< h ir i r* '-
fiiMt. enough: (I" i.h:, em'h nili. tins, love for Do :Sjaln. t4"r of his fur her. : her nervous. timidity. d.ln"! lt. w>i f. "1 ; .'u .,,.? -p(
I ttie rockH. It wax little, but it iifierijoon. 0l , '. '
IT'H nrnis- :Nun.' trim I rrh tl I : t,. : :.( .I
us model In :Nu1ulked to
n over bll1.r"I't: .
: Mpelted n inrftllig of two people:>OaliIIIIIIIIII..tlwrlIn,1 :Nuu' If-oked/ cquurely ut her cousin But ro part if \\ till s'!>y could MI>' on you.Mr. "nrctSI ','" .
fresh klmkl. trying wnh u handker.. !he '..r.1 I softened !.t'r cilt?" she! ii>ked abruptly.S. .'. ',', '"" fflr.
he was .tlmnhiti tokeep nml returned his triumphant express any point I'. J. > i <- -. -,
rhl..tlr.lly. larger ih.ui ? ,posi.meHtnmp hii. !.}..... und ruri open for niltiler "ion: dn.intt) bef"i., ,she turned beres uncli-'x t"...... 1(1( "'quuri. hard Ju\\ tt. turning, f. !Iier. touched his "
\ to \\li-e the decks. of ,!|II", f-m, .. from begl-tilii to end Icokeil like hat i i If quite un.iuiire nnrll that moment
dUroMTles. Moreover, ftilitllii.Ing > on her ll-u-le.: "No. hhe wild Coleitti !
her lnkI"'k. ., "hlle He >pm, I I.,. of her existence. "III J Mr. ColJs Cau-.i fjrlp end I.-.fiutnza
\ ,, ... eilMF In Mel-Ing: e.irll, other. III.'I.lieiftl ||> "Why?" stone. de
diili .
twi-i-n > \.rl.t! Ilii-in wnh "
n .portunate. off this trnln? xhe LAXATIVE BaOMOt :'lMNZT-jlet.I
hy hoMtllie.. "So he's 1""r1" he .ald harshly Spul' get asked., usik t.movtilauM. ,
cnolimllN' n n "See l.lm anywhere else? y< ur
gre.'ltnus.. Looking .. , .
| I.U Ther la only cni "r.l
.f acknowledged
tiered the lovers. less cuutlou In their when she bud i! >m>. ) ; iik'Mity. "l ( Q.-
Into em, '. oilier'u eyes, and Imtii. in "No.: 1 did! not. What do you menu E W. GROVE'S aljo tu.-e oa 30c.
be didn't b.
arrangement!: "lie wants to be friend re- guess cjjrne: tonight.
their viiaernegj; ta.lUlni' ul onci-. 'h.:, What. iliiuianded his niece with "rtrlt, your

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,; - - --- - -- - -- -- r{ Ten mi-i;; pounds of'the finest Cuban -'-Williams- - -left-- Sunday-- ---night- -for--Plant-I-their--daughter-- :Mrs. C. II.--Ncvvsom.Dr. - ------- '- -- ."

!. News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I, Cuba granulated by pobbers sugar; of has Jacksonville been boughtin I City Misses\ where. :Maud they and will Ella spend! Manning some time., of 'I Russell 1 passed through cmi vicinity i- NM cf Co"..". but Dlchea.l'hu .

..... Wednesday morning.Mrs. .
JU m..ynnYWW..MWYSWYfWMYr"WWVI.VYw.NMYWf9MV.. .Thin: it one of the largest purchases Storke. motored to this section Sunday i e < earses septa" to taws t been> tMHMllevu
-1 of sugar ever made in the South if afternoon : C. 11. ;Newsom was u visiturto ' ."lOlllil' ,\ 11111111 In thrice for

I : j Live State News I ";lOt the largest. Nearly $1,500,000( ) i:4 I I Gordon rims, of New. l River' was ''''olthill"ton.dl1l'IItII! morning. xtute II.d"'lI't., less < ercinonliil' feast

L. i .nvolved; in this trllnl
will at once begin to move to Jacksonville I Worthington Wednesday, morn linn.'i: more! il"in mi" Hut each course ;

t --W"i--: ; Our Exc'-----':;:;; from Havana by ferry anilVill j i A. H. .;,Iwllrtl..., of Fairbanks, spent ing. ,might con.i! risl' iron eight to u dozen 1

be* transported! by the Florida Sunday in this section with! his broth :Mrs.\ R. J. Andreu "I'pnt.tll1l' ,III:" ,ItTiTfiit illshe'M. 'thus at the I wi.ldliia.iiiiiii't

", I East Coast railroad in trams of sixty- I <'I'. Lee F.dwurds.K'v ; with her son T. L. Willis .. '| t of Ili-iirv" V tluTi were only I
four.. each.- there will '.r., r"urw, v. y01 ..\ ,'I'| ::11.1 illlTertuti
cars mOl'ethlln '. Haltiwanger, of Jacksonville, Mrs W W. 1111I1'1.11 and. I't< .. ..1 1 Uabon .
UouU drawing up to three feet of country restored to normal condition 'I :@:00 cars, this will make* more* the latter of the in -. tin!. .i| in ,ilu. reccirtla. .
water will be- able to through the spent part week were shopping in ItiooU.-i\ Ihldny '. ,, .
pins) than three tiuinload.s of to be this section i- L l'ai'r "f ''llIl. IIIIIJ) \v.i\e-a.: -Lvm
sugar with relatives.(
canals of the state from West Palm aftet'noon. .. ,, .
I given to Jacksonville and I e 'In il'I (It'
terntoiy.Tho Kbbie: Norman and two daughters,
Beach to Fort l\1y'rR by the 1st of
Ktfort' of about one hundred blue :Misses aloud: and 1 Mrs.! Lewis. werci
J.tnuury.Tho jackets from war ships in the bay to menu that the Apalachicolu guests at the home of II. N. Ncr II" I

two motor-driven centrifugal ( storm the county jail at Pensacolu on people servo new arrivals! in that city Sunday As Dead Dodo '

pumps for which the Orlando Water I Sunday and rescue one of their number consists of oysters! for breakfast Ralph Williams, of Ruifoid. spent aS7tho! ,

& Light Company placed an order |' who had been arrested were ; shrimp for dinner, fish for.. supper and. Saturday. and !Sunday with his uncle, &\ \
Mocked by the! appcuiunce of Sheriff I crab between' meals. P. H Hrynnt.Hi .
early lust IIpringhUH' arrived
4, just Van Pelt and a number of deputies.' I Lewi and 'Jiwggmm
and are now bfiiiK i installed at the The sheriff ii.v family, of Rising
1 i )pumping station. sailors and men held' the angry Foreign/ shipping from the port ..f. were among those who attended ptayer <> :'

ut bay until nuvul officers Jacksonville* may bo i/tirely stopped meeting -it :M. .McUae's: Sunday I ,_ )
could be summoned. The trouble began {i { ,
because of the nightSeiviccs
F rationing of coal under .-.
The contmctingfirm of VilleneuveA with the arrest of blue i
a jacket the rulings of the Southern Regional at Pine. )Level next
fi ; Evans began Monday afternoon on by two deputies. I'atul'-I j11
the construction of the Orlando Aerial I Coal Committee, Atlanta now day night J and !Sunday by Rev. \ {
Company's hangar on the site of thu being enforced. by local railroad repre- o( Luke littler I l II I 4tl ,l III i iI
Tuesday afternoon Daniel White, I ntativen which ALOMEL
a prevents the bunkering -- -- - -
old rifle The
runti' work will be earned -
promptly to completion.The colored laboier was killed by lightning ; of ships for round trips. !Ships -I; ;: 1DFORIl I !

near Uebonia. lie was walking making foreign ports will be permitted !' I,
along/ the road,( during shower and I to have coal to them to their
cable which will connect carry I'.i: '
great had Nov. I 11.--011'9.J : C. W Kd
!South America with Florida will be passed II gang of workmen who destination only. wind ;pent Tuesday and Wednosdav' Every druggist in town-your druggist and ever> bod) ':0 drug

,ready for opcl'atingJanual'y 1st. Miami I when wl're''orkinA' on the county road, 'Iran. of icl.itives in Lake Hutler. gist has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel Theyall
a very vivid flash of lightning: 1.1 V.: !MII.KFive .: ..
will be the American station and 1 Mrs; VV. llaiiell and.! :Mrs. Wil- the
and give Dodson's Liver Tone is its
camp the workmen did not notice I -- same reason. taking
louble the number of cable operators 1mif ahull weie. shopping. in
for several minutes< that he hud di lIpP'III'pd. Mile, Nov. 11.-Mrs. I II. 1. \V..loth-I place.
will be employed in the ;Miiinii offices. iiit-'ton Wednesday, afternoon.Mr .
when one of the Illume was a caller at the home ofMrs.
men saw anobject : and :'011'-. C :M. Andieu "Calomel is dangerous and people: know it, while Dodson
lying in the load about : P. P. Uekle one day last week.
Walter Matthews. 1 E.:: lloxkins( und away. Going up theroad. seventyyou'd to see Mrs. Thos. I P. Proctor daughter ed IK. tin r I home. in "I.u'ksonv'ille Tues I Liver Tone is perfectly safe anJ gives better results, said a f"IfUoilnon'a
A. .K. Ltullanl went flshmtr) Friday' on day' after spending' u few days with t "
Choctowhutchee river near DeKumak what it was they found \\lute dead.. Ruby, and nephew Karl :Markham _: prominent local druggist.
were wN.k-en.lJu"Mtl< of :Mr. and :Mrs.
and, in three hours caught 2U!) bream I I ASPIRIN
and trout. This is nothing uncom- They have again resumed drilling P. P. Dekle. FOR COLDS Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead !

mon for Florida waters. Fishing' this for oil at Chipley and there is a sanguine :Mr. Chesscr, of Aluchua county, I I I '
hope on the part of the oil was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. ".
has been better than promoters -
year common Liver .
Name "Bayer" is on Genuine in |lprRon'llIy'gllaranlrr.1 Take u spoonful at mght and wake t tUI'
thut long) before they have Pckle Thursday, going on to IjiwteyFriday.
th* river being in splendid. shape. I ...
flue biliousness
fooling nirk
another by every druggist who ] ; no ,
gone 3,000 feet they will find. Aspirin-say Bayer 1
Because three owners I I oil. The arrival of new piping lust P. P. Pekle was! u business visitorat splits' it A \large bottle, rOHtu but a headache, acid stomach or constipated
cigar 1/Il'Lory
in Tampa have refused to sign up I week enables the drilling, which win Dukes and. Lake Butler Friday and few
for pickers and packers, promulgatedby stopped for several weeks, to be re. Saturday. I II I relief in every t-iuie of liver xloggiuh- convenience! all the next clay like violent ( .

the local union, all the pickets, and sumed. From the number of oil well\ Dewey Duke and sister :Miss Della' II noun und constipation, you have only inlomcl. Takp a dose of calomel {'

puckers in the other factories walked] promoters of one kind and another were shopping in Lake Hustler Saturday I I to nftk for buck' today un.l tomorrow you will feel .
nut Thul's ay. They they have hovering IIl'ound. there must be a I your money weak, sick and( nauseated Don'l lose
say .
no grievance against/ their own em- strong suspicion that the boring will :Misses Noiniu Dekle and Clarke I DocUim't.. Liver Tone M n plcmnnt n .l.iy'x work! Take Dojon' I.lvcr i '

ploytrs but want to help to force the result in finding oil. Long were guests: of :Miss Pearl Hob I! tasting/ !purely vegetable remedy, Ton. uiHt.a.l and fuel floe, full of

three others to sign up the new scale. eits Sunday.Mr. : It| bath >'InMren and tultn. vigor and ambition. .1

About four hundred. men are out. The bee and honey industries 11"1.1 : and Mrs. P. P. Dekle attended I '

highly developed, alongtho Apalachicola church at IllufT Creek Sunday and. Insist on "Rayer Tablets of I

A carload, of sugar was received the river in western Florida: In Liberty were pleasantly, entertained I at the a "Bayer containing Aspirin'in ; =
latter part of lust week by one of the Jackson, Franklin and Calhoun home of :Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. Rimes. direction for Cods, Pain Ilca.Uchc.propel ,

wholesale lirim in Key West and, was counties there are approximately 1'J-: :Mr. and :Mrs. Rhett Drawdy and Neuralgia, Lumbago unit, RhcuraiitiBm 1
000 stands of bees Mrs. J. II. Whitehurst were Sunday I Name "llny r" mean. genuine Aspirin
placed on sale in the retail' stores, at producing an annum ,
honey of guests of :Mr. and Mrs. It. L Duke prescribed by physician' for nineteen > .1
fifteen cents a pound. This is said to crop) about 1,000, binrels. I year.. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets -- .
bi the first sugar thut Key West has The beekeepers in that section Dennis Argo the pump man of coal few cents. Aspirin itt trade mark '

had in several weeks, and its arrivalwas are up-to-date, using standard, frame Dukes, was u business' visitor here of Bayer Manufacture. of Monoacetiearidnter {
hailed. with real joy even nt the hives and modern equipment of all I !Saturday. I' of Kalicyhcacid! -j;

high price.Without. kind All the available! bee "range" :Messrs. Arch Johns and, Jeff Hall 1- ;

is occupied', and the' location of a' of Lake Hutler.' called on P. 1'. De. ./....., I .. /1
wanting/ and uppaiently tional apiaries theie would not be 'I kle Sunday afteinoon. LIFT OFF CORNS "

without cause the tugboat City of I found profitable. J. H. Whitehurst (left Wednesday' THE UNIVERSAL CAP

Sarasota quietly hank to the bottomin -- for Ludiwici, Ga. -- -

twenty-four feet of water, while .\" a result of I the fire which completely :Miss Of lie !Duke spent, !'lInay,) at Apply few drops. then lift sore, Out of the more than 3,000,000{) ) {) ) Ford cars I
Worthington, guest of her friend, ,
tied' up at the Tampa) ducks :Monday. destroyed the power plant and
in about have been sold
Miss\ now use sixty
Georgia Yarborough.Mr. percent
Fireman Henry Foster' awoke to find car barn of the Miami Traction Company ; touchy corns off with
the water pouring in us the stern the :Magic City is without streetcar : and :Mrs. II. S. Long und 1'011. : to f.trmers. Probably no other one thing has

went under.' He gave the alarm barely service until new cars can be re- Morris motored over to Dukes Sun fingers brought to the fnrm so much of comfort and
in time! for those on board to escape ceived. The fire which was, caused 1 by (lay
has the Fciril I It has
profit as car. enlarged
to the wharf. the explosion of a battery being charged ;Messis. W. A. Peklo, Thos. E. De i
is said to have been one of the- kle of Lake Butler und Joe !Spells of the social life, out.le.the\ facilities for marketing -

I Three persons Mrs J..I. lluske, most spectacular( witnessed there' for Midway, weir business visitors heir brought the town next door to the farm j

I and two daughters of !Statesboro Ga., many months, lighting the entire :Monday multiplied for the farmer the pleasures! of living. ./
were drowned in the Withlucoochec heavens L. G. Johnson. went to Lake ButlerMonday ,
Seven of the
ten cars owned
River near the Camp Grove Friday by the company were destroyed andas : to receive medical treatment A family car without an equal in low cost of I .

afternoon :Mrs.' Hike's son-in-law the1 apparatus for charging the batteries :Mr. and Mrs.: Claudu Renfroe wereguests operation and maintenance. We solicit your
and laughter were in thu [boat with also was burned it i is! an impossibility of relatives hear !Sunday I order for one: now because the demand: is large t -
the victims of the accident and Fras- to operate the cars. When I :Mr. and :Mrs. .Iu,.. Purrish visit, ,'I 1 a'1:i

ier managed to save his wife but before service ill resumed it is expected thatan relatives near Itrooker Monday. I I and continually increasing.A. ; .

he could l KO: to the aid of the elder <1- overhead trolley system will he I 1' P. Dekle has moved his tier im.
woman and' two girls they sunk. adopted. chine to his brother's, mill on I lh.klc i j
fltt'l'pt.' Lake Butler, where he will I be i

Claude !1'Kngle passed away quietly The Consolidated, Land I, pleased to serve his customers au-- : STARKE, FLORIDA t )

before* Ila,1.; Kriilnv; rt hi- home Compunj. toil VGI I
which owns large holdings/ in the ---- L r
Jtti'kboiiMlli*. 1'ioni' manhoodhe
young southern I of Osceolu 1
county as
was devoted to the people and l the: ZIFF I
well us other parts! of 1 Florida is .
interests of (Floi ida. While in the per I
feting arrangements! for the putting Xiir. Nov. \\, 'I Pornn't hurt a bit' Drop n littleFreezona I
:North ho took up journalism, in which i 14 <* are having om, ,
out of a lingo of citrus fruitsouth I I on an aching !
he was greatly interested, and on his acreage I cool weather at this writing.. I ""rn. instantly/ .
of Whiltier. :More than WiO; i incros that corn atop hurting, then you lift .
We ;
return to Jacksonville: became editor : are sorry to report :Mrs II O. it right out. Yen =
will bo planted] at this time. Wm.Montsdoca { I I rn.itficfi ., .
and publisher He served in the national livers: as very ill. j i i tiny bottle of Frcezono rusts hut Itr..w .:]j. ".. ::' ;, : ...i
experienced' .. .
an {
t congress congressman at nurseryman Walter Haxter of lirooker, was 11'' cents at any drill star>, but in Hiilli- I. ,, ..... . --flf!
of St. Cloud has been i t'I. ,'
large from 1!>I3-I: >. pmplo.t'.1to j visitor to our school Friday afternoon. cient to remove every herd corn, wilt 1'- 1Ct.. c' .
superintend the planting of the "being accompanied home by his sistei I corn, or corn hotwei-n the t<.'., and the L -

O. A. Cain, tie inspector and. one tre'"s on tW"lIty.IIICI'OV"4 of twenty :Miss Edna; i ialluiu" >H,, without soreness or irritationKrwone . ,I
ncros. each which will I; be the .. nul .
likely far IH M-n uln?
of the oldest t mpln\ees' of the Florida :'III'. und :Mrs. Jack Johns, of :Stiu-K.; dimoveryuf
,some syndicate lie will then plant a Cincinnati ,,"'niu". It if I wonderfuldrson Lw
Kast: Coast, whili trying weie called to the bedxi.le, of th ''I' < ,
another hundred. acres for of th"
to remove a motor cm from the track one daughter, :Mrs. H O Rivers, thin,

when he hbserved n passenger tram I( then managers of....the company. and will day: i iMrs
plant .h.n..jKrn.t'1< for the aIT'J'
approaching: struck and instantly Frank Warren and littl', s.m i

killed on a curve' one-quarter of a company itself Tom of Tampa are visit I mg> tin i

mile south of Titiisville station on I parents, :Mr. arid :Mrs. \V. K Warn.r n 1e

Thursday ;Mr Cain was not seen by About ten o'clock,, Thllr..dam..rn. :Messrs. It. and R. H Th'.mu- el. I Why __'_

the engiiirci us he1 rounded the curve ing a ,dull thud. VVH- heard in A. !1)>. business at the county seat Sat 'mliNeul (! 4'4'Airs. I

until too late to permit of there being Flora's yard at Green (;0Thp ,' D.vul attended, the, litrrnrvcietv : L.rJu1CrI (
any chance to stop the train. I chickens, "suddenU I became e\"it"il. "in.J| Friday afternoon ; 1111 Il'r', f I

some< men going to the spot saw a Misses: Ion nin ,, ; .
1 and Rhoda Tlkom J.l.A. Coxof -
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> .v. I lit "O' were, guests of :Miss. ;
The first glass over merle in Florida :tltllW Froim; RIM" V/ Va., writes:
turned out : A. P. about on the lawn. It iMml.l 1 1.:1: a tome Sunday.
was Monday by
"My dan-lilcr:: . suffered 11111
McKee, plant supeiintcmlent of thenewly from nowhere except from the rlouds. Charlie Kelley\ holds the. fI!' nail ..f m"ly. She could
Captmn Cunova an old fisherman, the killing the largest wildcat( '
formed. b'lot'ida Glass( Company ever knownin I ut
not turn in: bed . the
man who tends the beacon lights viewed this section 1 .
of Tampa. This proves that Florida ut the .sink holt I" '
sand will make good glass.> Thus! is the strange fish and said there week. doctors! gave;: her up, and I

born n new industiy for Tampa and were no speckled trout in Florida. To :Mr. and :Mrs Harry (Howard, and:' we brou5t;; t her home to

the state of..rt'lnrida, I which hut a think that some higher power would daughter of Gainesville, spent the die. She! kId suffered so / rJ ty

brilliant fuMiio .is there I is almost no voluntarily drop fish at Green Cove week-end with her father Mr. C. :M much at. . lime. hayIng j 11i tea'i I C

limit to the demand for glass] con- Springs to reduce. the high cost of living Kelly.! heard of Cardul we

miners of all sorts. i has set everybody speculating./ It Mr: und :Mrs. R. 1'. Lewis and hil- Qot It for her."

will remain a mystery until some person drcn were guests; of :Mrs H. O. RIV"T*
Federal statistics for February of knows astronomy better than we Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

1919 show that Florid ranks twentieth do here : !. Willie Johns. who has --ipe"'

as n hog producing, state, and the week at the bedside of her sister., CAROUI

twenty-fifth in estimated. value of Friday night a crowd of boys. composed Mrs H O. Rivers!!, returned hoin.Sunday. ,' , .... 111111
hogs on the farm. This is encoumg- of members vf the eighth and ) l
lag to those bleeders, who havp been ninth grades of the :Manatee County I J. ''''. Lewis was a visitor to'i "

endeavoring to> raise a standard, of High" ;>;School took it upon themselveto liver: Sunday.Dr THE Great War demonstrated

quality for hogs in this state, since show the town what they could d') > I Tribble of (,aCross" '....11 i The V7oma n's Tonic ; we shall never for-

the frdenl st!' M-tiis for the previousyear I in the way of creating: a real live up- !. professional culler! in our hung r iclay. get-tho: dolkit irul-i.ents value of ;
showed that, Florida ranked for to-th"-minute piece of excitement. The I
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: w c rue begn "
ty-seventh in the stmmted farm value : -.cciie of their clcpiedations wu. the Ziff school literary !so.i., i I. ., to l-ripiovc,"JI," Mrs. "fun. It was music and vaudevilleand

of hogs, and. nineteenth as a hog :Manatee county high school< By some e(| its. new officer! as follow Ito'" Cox; contnu tj: "a.rl. had clean: fun of every kind which
producing state I mean1they climbed to the roof of the Warren prescient, ; Lonnie Thornne. no Irou' le at. . Caru'ui: : in i
building! and entered. then attached ,' .'returj : Alva Thomas, Iteth.nmgham .-| (' ,", r and her< a:id we sirs gave our boys France the 'pcp'that

Land in the lower Glades is in n i the two fire hose to the water connections I Purvis I 'wis. program .i imittee. "i'i/e pnhcs: everywhere. made them unbeatable. We
condition that will permit farming j and proceeded. to give the in-1 sands: of simi many:,:r Ic'.tcrs thou-:: ElJ will put the same "pep" into you. :j
operations Before the Boynton side of the building bath. Some of .--
to begin. I a every year, t lfan the:
canal was opened. and while wa- I the people in the neighborhood heard, I C'ROSHY LAKE: good CarCul; has done Icr

ter was standing! all over the lower j the noise and went to the school house women who suffer! front FLORIDA STATE FAIR

Glades) and the flatwoods there was and found the water running out of Crosby Lrke, Nov. 11.-Jas Renold \ eoRjpfcl.itt so common to .
fear that all projected operations ( the front door and through; the hall..* *, of Graham, was a business! via their' sex. It should: da

would/ be prevented and that the presence of the building.; They captured a few itor to this !section last week. ()arduLao too. E-77 Try Jacksonville, Fla. ,;gj

of water on the land woull stop of the boys and notified the school -officials :Mrs. Stobo was the guest of :Mr. '
all sains of the land in that region who appeared on the scene and II. :M. :McRae Friday afternoon a NOVEMBER 22-29 ,

The situation has been saved, and the dispersed the young "bad men." :Messrs. Frank Bryant and James ---



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I tY''f' of the board of bond 111"'I-y-h! ; :, TI'IO, as amended; :; by I New Vmk. :i r ul the ofl'ici. of the Board ofhinil
member i
the with '
i' :iIxKi-.t: : tin action wall worth u f
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Bradford Ccur.iy yraph shoul-ders l.uws of Florida, and in ..> TiUHteni, In Starke, Florid, an the'. holder
.1!' : !y. trouble. This the kings know only tou trustees and the superintendent. of the I I I cinilnnce with thn resolutions at the Hoard of mny eli-ct. Ii l

__ well, and. take good care that no ae- light and water plant visit two or |Il'r I moved my aims and 1 couldn't do Hum. 'Irui-U'im of the. said Uwtnol. adaptedN.irmb'r .i'i All': ioha l bids, Khnll'iN'I Inin may It wrltt,, for is.nil-ulfd i the bon, ana nowil1in un. I.
.' Published .. kly and entered M .ec. tion of theii hall cause them to lose three plants to investigate oil burners uny work. I had been trying to find' '|' > Knld llth.bondn IIHII.hi un. n> IKdnud. July 1st ci' 1 their jobs with a view to installing samu at th' ,relief for twenty years, but nothinghelptd lit' ", unit will bo' ieso'd1n. twnly-eurhl ((2HI 1 aiI0n" :and! lmll be iiccuiniiiinli by a orlifleil ..
l. 11111 I class mutter at the pout-office at I Us. tin ant. 11.rli H tii tmiluiv July lot.i In' !per' LI lit of the par rates of
light aluI water IInoil I ? "
I : I plant mi, was about to give up , f".
Florida. i I'U and ,'''0'' Miuci-eilinir nerliH to mature I Ih hands bill '
' !Sl-irbe. Tho tax asxessor's books for lUlU) ) hope when I heard about Tunluc. hi deli\eied Ui the urahaser
.1 A ( UIS'l mN: or sv.sin: I [ 1i< your liitt-i I him 'the writs witch: precede 4mi binds tit *
tyro, examined and appioved.Ordmunou ," : tluil, IH tii MI>. Stilts, A will mature .1uly on Jii-iuury IWO
f I "I am, restored to health now, und 1". lid!, Si-ilin II will mulure July, .1st, ID2X. The ritrhl\ In reject nny or all bid b'rebyle
K. ,S. ATril EWS, Editor and Owner. ;No. 105; was presentedand .....,
Editor Motley, flf the 'dProgress make this statement MO that othersmay I u'1 HI., un 'Ih Uumlt ,In lit nffeied for sale a "".1."d
.... J. C. KOHI.NSON: Associate Editor of I lead the first time in full. The .i,, ...h'' <. 'I' lie iii rollo s Illi' 01 1OND TRIISTF.ES
was (rn: 111',11\1 supporter know about my case und be saved .
; 1 I"II.U" micii. ,1., s, ,ire ,I. H, (', I), 10, K, I toll sl'ht'Inl.: UOAI AND!
fd'tf' :Mr Cattn dumm, his ,campaign for ( uniiIMC! an ordinance entitled "An from the pain and sutfeiing I hml , : II. i I. d i. K. i.. M N 0 I' (i 1 K, n, T, I 1:1\11"I "I, UIS'I'lil"a'I NO ONE.
governor, lie wan promised fat job ordinance to prohibit the manufacture. to endure for HO many yc'urn I had Ml, *', "tin, u.'. 'Hill, ?f I I'. \', V. X. Y. 1.. lilt! IH. till IOUNTY, I-T.OR

? 1919 "NOVEMBER' '9191 for his set MCI -. hut l waited in vain sale, butter or cxihange/ the bringing not finished the first bottle of Titular l\I Hit and. ,.P'ix.I <..m. "i i ,ti nI', / ", ''i ,IM.i iI Ill 1 Hy E. S MATTHEWS.:
..-- --- I At Inst ho wrote tin governor. askingfor into the town of Starke, and to have lipfuiimy appetite carne buck and l ," > ,'I |I'"i in, i,,,,v,it Ill I -,'mi,.iiiint iillv 'in '_' ,.. (:........n
[.';H.T''*..''' | ..rr" >.!Y"ill'-IT'4iJ the much dp"i..cll'lum.. :Mr Cults p"IIU"1I" nf alcoholic or other intoxicating now' I cut three hearty "meals. u day -- .. ....- -,_ f fI
M: -- .--, .. -r--- I answered that all the offices ho could Ixiuurs or beverages; to prohibit ) mill don't have a bit of trouble with I-

t' J-. 1 dispose of were filled, but ho made the side, dispensing and 1 giving gas or palpitation of the heart. I retire 18JJO. STILL DOING BUSINESS 1 !>1!>
. : 2 31 I this lie suspected that away of Jamaica ginger, except upon early almost '
proposition: every night, go to sleep -
; 4 516 7 8 I certain conditions, ; to prohibit, the Reout orders, and satisfied, cuiromcn who haveuied our fertilizer
all was not light 1 ut the state insaneasylum I at once Bin I bleep peacefully year after year, who always gladly recommend our goods to their
: but lie could do nothing }ii. owning, or possessing ut any distilling. all night long 1 um lid, of ihcumutixm neighbors, are our best advrrtiwmrnt. Our prices nol always the
ft 9 ,1011: 12I3J14L15 II fore he had evidence, lIe therefore apparatus set. up with intent U manufacture und can walk and work now in: lowest, but when QUALITY IS connder, never too high. Wade
? needed a man who was willing to cettnin liquors, ; to prohibit well us I could twenty years utfo. I for l latest price lull, or send order and you will, be treated r'ghi.FLRTILIZERS. .
1617111920212: feign insanity and to In- taken to that the production, of distilled spirits urn KII happy to be well again that I )' INSECTICIDES SPRAYERS POULTRY SUPPLIESIR"Of'PAI
t ; mash wash for distillation : CO. Jachsoavllle. 1 MnesLA"
j institution, to report what wrong went or tit : could just shout for joy I&j! I never TEn FEKTILIZEK
:24512628 29 may be going on. After the governorhad or ,pioduction of certain. spirits; andto get tiled telling people) about the
l 5 landed on it with hoth feet h" prohibit the separating of alcoholic wonderful power of Timlin, to bring[

- -- -- --- would ace that the n-potUM' was duly",. from. nny substance; to provide) buck health md 1 stsi-nigth From the I
u r released. Mr. Motley c mild have the,' : fin, the forfeiture, destruction and bottom "f ni\' heart I thank the man PORTA
i AMERICAN RED CROSS: job. With righteous: i"lilutinn" the I a'iof! i-i rtain things used in the vmInt \<'ho ,inuilithih v'nimlnedicine.." "

t' -_- :I 1 .. . editor refused the hon/ I it and 1111'' ? ion, of this ordinance, or to facil .VII di'iig'itMil, Tanlac.-Adv. '
'J. \ !
.r AII ; MIL L
; "Ar, ;:,;; :; .lIl ..&... friendly feelings between him .md Mr. late the violation of this ordinance; to .- - ..-- I "
... uTtuiri and dutieupon
"" '''' "impure" pOW"I' '
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I "' Catty arc at an end. I 'I 1 Ut I'K U IIKItS; OF COUNTY;
4 # 1r-.+!>oo.. all.. =' the clerk and police olli-/!
I's. J .dyY The incident has just Inn madepublic mayor
., ; ( ,.. ...... ..'...... and, there Is probably much (.,., to provide what fchnll'i-onHtilurl1 'I'In1,1 erne committee, of which I
:Jj speculation among the editbiicl br"Mierhood ,j' prima facie prosecution m", .mi rh.nrnm-i, was appointed too late
:.-\j.; : '\\ "rIi ........j us to why Mr. ('ul"d'( other proceedings. under this ordi- tu get the ,uigrnm, for the Hampton
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t"", ,1 choose an editor for the position! meitioned. '1 ntiiui' ; to prohibit drunkennessto; de. un, tins col' '' OV. 22nd. in this issue
.0&.ij"ll-& ;', ,' Mo l / ) "There is a icnson" lie ; .1,1'<' the right shall not exist in ceitain '- butM, ill|| nutify each speaker by letter

( .. h1 ivy j ( thinks that, while the average man I! liquors or licpiids and certain other .ixl I I' ,,'i- ,it in the next Issue.II. I
} ',' / rJ1I abhors to have his sanity dnulit'dtn' property, ; to provide! fciKtha, MUSpen.ion B. WIGGINS. I

t// : .' ,.. -wf,. editor would not mind u little! thing! ; I of cotuin officers. for ntgledof _. _
f.--r'; \ like that, because he is used( t t't it. duty in the, enforcement of this 01dinance ,
r.: : tllr""i.11;. Not to mention what his reai'it-, intimate and to provide penalties for THAT MORNING LAMENESSIf
the I violation/ of I this ordinance"
I nt times, his "estoerm I Itemporaries" inn '
d Vd A.rh will tell what they: think Upon motion the rules were waived i iI I II:
! ; l I'and the ordinance passed to secondloading. ) '
of him on very little provocation. They: I I 1 I'I'III '
;', IALTHDA! with calling him "born hunt"and I The ordinance. was read theMeoml are lame and
\J begin a you every morning
HA PY NEW YEARi! tiiiif by its title only. I fr i 1 1I
:., run up the game( to "hopi 1""" I liTer urinary Ills there must be a ll l i
'. sr.a.It lunatic" or "raving maniac." Such Upon motion the rules were furtheiwaived ,' ";.inse. Often It's weak kidneys To
. Th'xllll- ;; ;; this charges: frequently repented uliuul.l, ll and the ordinance passed In" strengthen t the weakened kidneys and J'n'
r long growing; season '' third t leading. l
make editors indifferent. And avert more serl"nis troubles, use | : \
,'. 1 year will thoroughly mature the sugar too the governor may have his thl'fl'I' The oiditiance was read the thud Prian's Kidney Pills. You can relyon (
v t camand make the sweet potato tune in full and put its ".
i opinion of those} editors! who BO faithfully upon pass.ig Starke testlmonv.
<'r ip henviur thnn was expectedMr. i The roll was. culled.) and the vote "iei '
stood by him during his "II'' W. F. :Mott farmer, Stnrke, snys:
imign.PKOMINENT. i? ,dc'J'1 follows-: ",\'bmn I was a boy, I strained myselfby : \ b
Mm n has advertised two or '. "i- I lir!, :. ,111, ',,11\', .lunes. White.' lifting and Injured my bnck. From ; iej'tk4iir

three timiv for his lost climbers in : :: .I.\ IISC.\PF[ : KEV- =NaysGriflin.: that time "" I siiffpn'd a grant deal'' _
thu firerii: Cove Times Keusoning '1 URE: I w: ;" tin ",nidiimiii |I".i-.'i' h'! title usi from pa!j., In 1'," small of my back t'7't

front an -'oclatinn, of ideas\ the climbers .... I -I i : )t. My back nt onnlN hurt mo BO 11 I If11t'; ,+f o' n
._ h
should be very necessary to him The editor of the Gainesville Sun ---- couldn't turn over In bed rind on get- I 1
and we hn| e he will recover them be- after reproducing the account of the ting up in tnu morning/ my limb ,
fore he hit i spent his "last quarter"in finding: of n )bear's den from the Telegraph TROUBLES ached and 1 "'"re stiff and r..mntnerll I

advertising.The says: so until Ilia.i u,'.-n up fora few hours.
We are\ going to keep out of My kidneys were weak and acted irregularly
llr.idford County Telegraphmay that swamp. We never went bear OVER AFTER and I was finally advised, to felmes

not have a multicolor pri'Bs, but hunting but once in our life and try Doan's Kidney Pills r received 3
. it prints half of its front page in red that was in Volusiu county. A great deal of relief from the first box
1'' rolling attention to the Red Cross bear walked up on us. Our gun 20 YEARS andwas soon perfectly well. Whenever as fastThe
Roll Call That characteristic with went off. So did we. We do not my back has caused me trouble

Florida, .vspapers. They will go to remember shooting the gun but sties. Doan's Kidney Pills have never
any amount of trouble and expenseto the report frightened the bear. :\IHS.II..\. IS l.l\ii: ON MILK failed to bring the same results. LAY Porta Mill represents all that you want in a high-el+asr

put something over for the good of lie also went off AM .TO.\ST-\\I.AC: RESTOIIS '- GOc. at all dealers. Foster-Mtlburn mill that will last you forever.

the public, Plant City Courier. It was the first Ime in our life : ::: liEU 111'\1.1'11. I Co., Mfrs. Buffalo N. Y It has 6-inch duplex burrs and will grind from 20 to 30 bushels of

TI we had ever been in the woods small grains per hour.It .
...J The Tampa cigar makers union resolved with a loose bear. "I have li-ii cot iitIv relieved of I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
,of .. to nit buy any clothing for the The bears and alligators! may all my trouble that lasted for twenty In Circuit Court. St... of Florida. Eighth. I has patented sheer-cut burr construction, is guaranteed cannot
next three months, and thereby causea have the swamps for all we care. years, and I 1\ ill never cease to be Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Chancery get out of order and answers your need for a real feed grinder.No .

"' t reduction in prices of wearing ap- We want ours in a cage. grateful to '1'.HUM.' us long as I live," ALFRED, R. SAX. one needs to tell you about the advantages of feeding ground

" 'f parel. Other unions In Tampa have Now don't jump on the swamps said Mrs. S A .\dall\s. of Pans, 111. Complainant feed. In these days of power farming use the most economical
' joined thi 1 in this resolve and the 'colonel. They occupy a large: part of "My: health 1,:,ul I iieen broken down A. R. JOHNSoVDefendant. I I power obtainable-LAY Porta Power.
Y'y i movement will probably spread to Florida and if they should be cut since 1890.! -.In < ontinued "when I I Make automobile
I your an investment not a liability. Put it to
! r other ntiiAll of these men struck from of the counties not had a long spell|, of illness and was It apnrarintf" by affidavit appended to the I
' some
away bill algid In the above itateil cause that A. R. work. Make it earn dividends and save you time, trouble end
left in such weak and run-down
for higher wages some time ago on much would be left of them. They a Johnson the defendant therein named ta a
n account of .he high cost of living an.11 contain many kinds of fine timber, also condition that not until recently have non-..... dent of the State of Florida and his money. Use your automobile (any make) with LAY Porta
received! nti increase. The movement I pent which will be of value for I known what it was to have a well flue place SprlnKftt-Id.of residence. Ohio,Is East, and 69 Is Arlington over the Ave awe Power-get greatest results at a minimum cost.

will drive n.nny. small merchants who 'I' fuel or for paper manufacture sooner day.o'or months I had to live on of twenty-one :years : It is therefore ordered In addition to grinding your grain LAY Porta Power win ran

I :' depend on their trade to the wall, or later and on the reclaimed muck milk and toast because if I ate anything that hereby. said required. non-rfsident appear defendant to the bill be of and com in I your wood saw, ensilage cutter, pump jack churn milking

if' though, r"1 haps, they sell their goods sugar cane will grow to perfection. heavier I would suffer afterwards plaint filed In said cause on or before. Mon machine lighting plant, separator hay elevator, peanut picker
W at only reasonable profit but the value it is with cramps in my stomach day the 15th day of December. A. D. 141U,
u utilitarian
j t Aside from their otherwise the alli'vations of said bill will be every job needing belted power.
) union men seem to have forgotten the the swamps that lend that mysteriouscharm and gas would form and press againstmy taken as confessed by ssld defendant.It .
iI. Ask about the LAY Porta Mills and LAY Porta
us Power alao
heart it to ,Is further ordered that this order be pub. -
"!. motto "I.i\e and let live. Yot there to the state which interests and cause palpitateso
'". ) Hahrd once a week for five consecutive weekaIn about the LAY Milking Machine, Farm Light, Porta Saw Saw
: In. of that I would feel like I was goingto ,
l no SHUT way stopping profiteering !strangers more than our sunshine the Hrailford, County Telegraph. a newspaper ,
f than t<< curtail buying, and if such and orange groves. Those who are smother. Sometimes this smother published In said county and states Rig Pole Saw Porta Pumps etc.
I a movement becomes general the unIons bold find in these fastnesses of nature ing feeling was so bad that I would This November 7th. 1U19.W. T. WEEKS f Come in-well show you I

; may to some extent: make up to more or less dangerous game to hunt; just have to walk the floor for a long SF4L Clerk Circuit Court.A.

1 the public for the damage they have the more timid. look at them with awe time and gasp for breath, and some. V.Solicitor LONG for Complainant. 11-14-12-12-Bt Quigley Lumber Co.
: j caused with strikes. ;Many merchant and let their imagination people them times at night I had so much trouble Supply
t would! Htitri, r, but the greatest good to with all kinds of mysterious and uncanny breathing I would be afraid to lie HALE OF ROAD AND BRIDGE BONDS!
tit, the greatot number is a good old beings while they enjoy delicious (town and would spend the night propped Itt-rebr notice Is given. that at 2 o'clock p.
, iK-mocratir, principle.OUHirriNO. "hllielerIike boys viewing up in bed, and of course would the Thursday county, the court lath houHe day In of Stark.December.Floridathe 1010

It --- graveyards at dusk from n safe dis. get very little rest. I had rheumatismso und ....lllaed will olTer for sale 500,000.00par __II I I I.IIAr I II III-
talue of the $550000,00 of bonds to be
aih; ;' : ROYALTY tance. The postcards sent to their bad that I could not lift my feet 1..II d by Special Road and Urldite District
I friends nt home contain more often and just had to drag myself along like Number Ono of Hradford County, Florida au-

)During ill the turmoil of late many scones where moss-d raped cypresses -- .. .. .
f. ; Americans\ have been made to forgetthoir than town and of
abound scenery,
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trout les by contemplating the swamp denizens more often than fat

; nation's gi (est the king: of Holgium' live stock. Only in the swamps can
1 on his jour leys. Some most remarkable the wonderful flora of the state be j I
" things have been r.lal,1lhout seen to perfection\ for only there na-I
him. lie rot upon the engine of a ture is unrestricted as! to material to
train on wl l itch he was traveling and work with.
IItI t actually sit In the cub window and

-. held the throttle! for ten miles." The TIIK: FAIR IS (.()on
engineer, of course, moved the lever WELDING OF ALL KINDSWe

hack and firth to slow up on curves Persons/ who have I been to the County -
and. give into steam up grades when Fair nt Lake Ilutler report that
',' the king we m't looking. Yes we believe the exhibits! are good, and that the

.. ho nott ally shook hand- with the amusement finance are better than I'
engineer at tho end of the task ever before. The fair will continue
I though it hn, not been recorded, that
until Saturday night and who
c' the humhlf :Iremnn enjoyed. a similar have not yet attended should persons make it have installed an Oxy-acetylene welding outfit in
favor and tI) e king, be it known
v wip. a point to have u look at the fine exhibits -
', od the hands on sonic cotton connection with our general repair outfit for autos sand
waste. Tin--, it Is said, he actually ---.'

asked a question of a common farm Cyrus Hoover, of Roddick, spent in first class service
to give and
er's \\\if. The poor soul could not Friday in Stnrke with his parents, Mr. are position :
believe ho v s a king BH he did, not
and Mrs. C F. Hoover.
t look like tho kings on playing cards. workmanship on all classes of work requiring weld-
.Again, at :Ni,
Fulls he
ignra put on a PASSES: ORDINANCE: : PROHIRI- s .
rain coat to keep the spray! nit his TING MAKING OF LHll'ORS ing. This work is done under supervision of an ex-
4y" /sack coat, ji.'!t like any other man, '

v ., etc.. etc. lily Council Orders Bond Trustees* to
and all work is guaranteed.
It ;,cms even today and in this I investigate Types of Oil Burners pert
country, "thi- ,:',,,*'* name il Is n tower -

of strength.: Our t"-i'snlo-ii" hum' n,n' 'I he ntimni'il( met in letrtilai res. Whatever it takes to do first class work and give first
power than any I living knItnel thorp <" ''i with all 'MI ',i.ilmts, pri". 'it t =No4th. \ ,
is crack tt" around nut ill Arizona .
n in &
that> could! hold lit'KItilsfimi Minute nf last t nil\ "ting| were rend class service you viII find it atSMITH'S

and one or two more KiimpomM'i: ' mid nppnni'd, ,
dom, anti still >nwn for more. Tho Unnn matins, ,; i 10 'v.tst ordered that i
Belgian king is driiKxrr.tuhy ""' 'Ir.> 1'lh.> i rmirmrn of th. 'nun"iI together ,

and would! no doubt like much Intt-r .. - -.- --- "- ,
that his actions -hiiuld. not l I..> .o closely \ {'U'STII'\TW'i
watched and ihrontolod. Iii ,'UI1\.- GARAGEr
here to have a hood timo and to bu I Must laxative, ;and; cathartics afford e
free from restraint, u" well n* to discharge unlv temporary relief and should he''
a surrrd obligation. Hut evenif us 'd I unlv for that purpose When'

he was not a born ilt-nnu-r-it. he'. y..u\ want pi-rniniti'tit relief take' ,.
would have to be one perroitfur ho, ('hiimhtM-lnui's, Tablet and be careful .
a like the other kings still remaining, t.., nt>."I'\1' the diiertion with each i ipiukagf ,
are simply figure heads und,, would\ I... : These tablets not only move
deposed' In 11 twinkling' if thinooplus the how. 1hut improve the appetite ,
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-- 1 I Rose Etta Dukes, Allene Douglas, j Coleman, who represented the D. C'I gon; one two horse plow; one middle I on Starke-Melrose road; 8 acres under 1.I 1.

I :Minnie Bello Waters Pearl Brawn, i Jones undertaking establishment, burster one milch cow and two cultivation and 2 acres in pasture :
j Wilma Douglas, Carrie bile Brown I mated. in the burial service. II. I., iatI I blooded heifers three stock cattle I ,
; wire fence house
I Elsie Stokes Anna Belle Peeples. I j line brother to ,dtnnspd' arrived from ; new ; o-room ;
extra and weeding hoes six 1
Bits of LocalInformation I Howling Green j i sweeps ; CO pecan' trees, 6 bearing; 2 deep '
I second hand chairs. K:. R, Poppell, wells. supplying' abundance of good ,
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Messrs II, S. Humphrey ami J W (i I Staike. 11-7-21. water. One of the best small farmsin I

t Andrews Ir, of Stake, and George .CLASSIFIED. I I Florida R U Prevatt Starke.

j i| Powell of Jacksonville, have nixncintod : FOR SALE-One pair PolandChinapigs 10-31-41* I '
1 themselves together! to engage: in .
a '.. .... / Omr ?...I,. 3.M.i.s ..r.dii the manufacture of naval stores. They ADVERTISING I II 'I nine months old. Gilt will .
; u try.... M M. Cfmrntr mm* Tomtm* have bought! a tract of 21,000 acres weigh 200 pounds, main 100 pounds.. FOR S/ T *''jn-ncre: farm three miles

i I situated, bl'twl'en'hite House and I Price per pair one hundred, and fifty west. of Ijiwtey on Raiford public .
- ;- ; I dollars, no reduction. Write or road. Good buildings) two good
.. . i Jacksonville, and will shortly have O\B TENT A WORD FOK I ;
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--- I stills In Mr. Humphrey CASH IN ADVANCK come to see M. I). Price Graham, wells; 1t(> acres in cultivation under
operation. j 1
Kev L W Kiikilter was in LawtvMonday : October honor roll of the B. H S", who is! one of the most successful opotutors emit Adv.b r1livm. paid.nta In ftdvanr Inierlrd.. under No ndvertUrmrnt Khla hood I Fla. 102St.. i good fence; one acre good strawberry 1

: published in ih '!last ,>,'10' .if the Teligiaph in this part of Florida, will for one Inirrtion (or IMM than 2ft plants; farming implements and t
__4_._.. ___ he in active charge of the husinc'n |: "FOK \LIJ-: 10-acrc( farm about one I buggy.! Will sell at )low price. ITS '

B. L Crosby, of Brooker was in and will be assisted by Mr. Andrews. WANTKD-!: -Salesman to handle good mile from business street in Starke Norman, Ci'W", Fla ll-7-4t t

Staike Tuesday. I :Mrs G. C. Shepard and little territory Singer Sewing MachineCo. ,

daughter, Mary Louise of Ocala( visited "..h{. Fighting AI11"I'il'lIn","" the first ., Gainesville.\ Fla, ll-14-3t. i -'-'i2.5- .5'25'' 2S .2

:N. Sternbeivp w...ia l It ,sini" -- visitor her sister, Mrs C.O Ahenrn number of the lyceum ('nurse under I : I Ii 1\1 I ,
to Jacksonvil1!I,. Priclay. and 1 Mrs A, /. Adkins during the the of the Woman's Club, WANTED.About:; t I'C I ; new !
_. I auspices i f S T'A,: RIK i E HOUSE
- ---- w ec kI drew a largo audience, and proved one corn. In aiiiwcting. give! lowestprice. I II
;. D. Gum, GainE'sville'a H L Stevonnoti, :Starke. 1t.1
t i.l -- a - - of the most enjoyable entertainments I :

,',I'-itor to Starke Sunday.: I I Miss Kathleen Alvarez, WhO is a ( ever pttiged, in Stnike. This attrnc- Le''e ...:l:' M. M. GEORGE, PROPRIETOR
student at the Woman's College at I tlon consisted of four soldiers who FOR SALE-15 gilts and young sows:

Men's Monkey Skin Work Tallahassee, spent part of tho week I saw service overseas and their reininisicnce I fine breeding stock of Duroc strain, Transient and Weekly Rates

Shoes: $1.71) nt Sturm's. here with her parents :Mr. and Mrs. "! ,* in snag nnd story cutch the nil immune to cholera Gen: A. Gar-

.-- '- ""I I M Alvarez crowd at once' and hold I them through diner, Starke. e 117tf. "*

Co: ), J. E. 1 ",i'1. h was in l>auiu \\'dm'Mlay., ''i, 'il business. Gary! Et.n.: ,John Powell and Al- are as enjoyable as this one th"Woman's FOP SALE:-Cabbage plants $2,50
Inn CanoMi, tudents of the State Club may. well feel that I tier 1.000 J, W, Stuf Waldo. Fla. ZS 5 525Z5Z5Z5'a5Z'Z5p52S25Z5'c52S2525Zr'u' ur2 5Z525' rt; y yr
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:Miss I'lossye Reynolds; "" of Riifold U.iivei's.y. iituie up from Gainesville they; have tendered a distinct service 11-7-lt '

was a visitor to Starke Saturday.lira. Sunday to spend! the ,day with their in supplying a course of wholesome i =
homef lk amusement for the winter. FOR SALE-Ten brood sows bred to ; = %
S. P. :Morgan returned Sunday I I I big bone Poland China boar; prices!!

from a visit w l ii l uiu.ives: at Tampa. Grillin &. J..I.n">! loco moved their I I from $25 to $3.:; Can be seen at
-.-..- -. wholesale establishment from the J. C. Poppell one of Sturke'w wI.1II my farm H L Brownlee. !Starke, The Checking Accountman's i'
I known attorneys has moved to Plant
Fresh Cedar Key oysters daily at I Young/ building, near the depot, to Flu 11-7-tf. ;
City, where he will piactice l law in
Handy Brymei's lo-1-tf." : the Carter building on Call'I street, one I
fiHuie Before taking his law .
door west of then retail.tore.. FOR SALE '
Cheap Dome male
- - --- ; hog;
the University of Florida, Mr. Pop-
!1'rof. Albeit Dubose, of Lawtey, Jasper Dell, a colored strawberry teacher in Ihnd- 18 months! old; extra large stock, G. ,
pell was a prominent
spent' Sunday with relatives in Stai'k", grower from the Goodwino scttleI C. Lee, Theiessn, FIn. 11-7.3t
ford county and nerved one term ai! Every time is reckoned in
I I meat, brought two large ripe stiaw- superintendent 1 ,

hiss Kate Caplmger\ spent Saturday berries to the Telegraph. office :Mon- county struction. Since entering of public the in FOR SALE---IB! months old thorough- ,, dollars and cents. He should strive '
/ upon .
in Jacksonville with relatives. I I day.
: bred Dunn-Jersey boar. Will 81.11ch'ap.
practice of law he has made an enviable to become more ell'icient: and thus
reputation for close attentionto Charlie H. Cooper, Starke. '
tute+ Attorney A. V. Long, ando Jud're and Mrs. G"o. A. Gardiner 10-31-41 I save time. 4
I the interests of his clients, and his I
!< !, Augustine: mule a li'ismcss.:, tripIi pent Sunday in Hastings[ with their II I
friends here feel sure that he will soon I -
OaineuMlIe: Satjrrlay.Ii daughters, :Mesdam 's Koburl' and
L-lvington l build l up a large clientele in the South WANTED WANTED I The first move !should be to open a r
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I Florida city in which he ha rust! his, PECANS-All grndes and varieties! I
\I,,-'" Betty McLano has gone to I II I by ;M' Roberts who returned, lot. send samples for highest market hank account. Thissystemntieshisbusiness :
I 1',, vtona to j",, Mr.[ and l :Mrs V., ILl I I to Hastings/ Monday I Notter
; II I quotations Candy Co., transactions: : from the start,

A,11lstung. i ihs I I'I ,V, L. Wall and family have movedto T. K. Mon hoe, of (I'eai 1 River I..i, I Jacksonville, Fla., 10-17-8t'- establishes a I bI I.> I lei . "-llit, and 111'i''i

J.I M Tiituni, ;Miss[ Eluabcth'' the resilience of Col. W. T Veel.s accompanied by his son Rllery. i''niniting '- ,1--WANTKD!': for I II
' his mother Mis. Anna G. renter Luge 7'loom creases! his standing in the community -
1asuatur i ) seal| Miss: Lucile Tatum on Cherry. street, ami occupy the \ in
f..w' I two-story building enter of t 1 1I
-p.nt -Ontlll:: day i in Jacksonville I apartments recently vucntod I by Mr[ :MurihiHfor a days. Mi: Mut- Clarke1 A good location for board- .
and Mrs. Jos! K. Wilson. rhea i j.. "Milling for the; Canal /.oneI
I nig' "ruse, '1(1 if business
\ ii wni units '
f I'ufus 'latum who about the' last of the month where he
is employed I
in \Ve invite d
it owner willing to enlarge Jut small especially checking: :ac-
In It ,
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patents, Mi, and :'111'1/ : Tatum, Sunday from a pleasant visit to Valdosta 1 tiger of the 1'01\1,11\ Timber Co, nn I nI'l\night, !Starke 11.11 counts. None too large for our facilities -
I II | Illinois, syndicate, who has large timi I
Ga They were guests! of rela-: FOR SALE;- -Jersey! cow now milkingand and too small to have .
Mr I ind Mis, Roscoe ;McLane spent tivcs while there. and had the pleasureto i i' \her> holdings in Panama. The selection I will be fresh again March. none ;. yIU

the wcik-i'iid in Jacksonxilk- visiting I attend the Lowndosj County Fair, I' of :Mr. Murihec, for this position with heifer yearling! / :sired, in b\ ii'gistered our appreciation: "t.'ry careful I II ,,
:'If I'tilt! Mrs. C, B. :McNair[ is a distinct compliment to him and
,) Jeisi-y" :Male. ij fhO; for the tWor attention.Bank
the record he has made in the last I .
R O. Daniel
I and family, of Jacksonville I See; them at my harm east of Heil-
prices on all Ladies spent the end of last week few years as a hardwood, mill opera- bronn Spiings L A, Davis Route
Oxfords: and Pumps at Stump's. with relatives, here Mr. Daniel is a :, tor. HP will erect and operate In 1, Stnike 1I-11.2t.
I Pullman conductor and his presentrun j I Panama a mill of a capacity of one I
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A. Sullivan and I), W. Moore of is between Jacksonville and Miami hundred, million feet per year, cutting FOR SALE;-Good corn, $1.50) ,
par 1 -
Theressa were visitors to Starke on I principally mahogany' and cedar. The
bushel ( barrel in Buy
per ours)
Saturday. skilled labor for the operation of the of Starke
from renter 11. II. Parmenter,
my ,
I The Church of Christ, will' begin u I, mill will be taken from the UnitedStates. at my farm east of Hcilbronn ,

:Miss Eunice Robinson, of Jacksonille I tent meeting at Hcilbiomi[ Springs! on Springs L. A. Davis, Route: 1 I
\ spent Armistice Day in Starke Wednesday night, the 19th of this! Starke. II The Growing BankE.
with Mr and Mis: J. C. Robinson I mimth S, W Colson of Ocala will I Kaifoul Kpperson\ returned to I t

I conduct the meeting Everybody ill I[ Stut ki- first of the week, after spending ; FOR SALI -Two story house. on lot1 S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier i

Or W F.. MiddUton and family ) invited to attend.! e\etal weeks in St. Petersburg, 1 and :a.i block 7, Starke. The house -SI I II

hawmoved to the residence vacated would cost more than I ask for tin "
bv. W I.Vall North Walnut''' We line of : W.I .
on are closing out our I A1TI..VIIO\: W. O. place. Sold at a bargain :il.lillll! !

street Ladies and Children' (Hats at I' only. Write to S. E.; Itajboii.. B.ib 'I I i

I !98 cents each._ Stump I'i This( evening, at the usual hour! the rod, Ga 11-1 J-t:! u: IC'llJhIID(1)f( ( ( ,Nllllttat3t6tU39t7t5t7031M1t0l9rDtikC56ti7i0aUOta10) ) ) )! + f !( I I (C.WcDI.IIOCI\IIIDOl: !! +arRA'N) i ;

:Nat': Williams wa in Tampa this annual supper of the local camp of -- - .. >'I r, 1' i i .'J
week and ,secured large orders for' A. O. Strickland, a well known Woodmen of the World will take place NTED--To buy sell "I .'
or on commission
s",,rt potatoes and other harm prod. trfick farmer on the Starke and Lake at the Juanita restauiant. All mem-
..ts, Butler road brought/ to our office Sutuiday l hers who possibly can come are requested country produce, chickens"' :! Buy where you save money--- hw ; :
I I eggs, vegetables, potatoes pork, If I ,_
a lemon of the Ponderosa va- to be present and bring their (4 I
etc. !Prices on request. A. E. Surroncy
Miss Mildred Strode, our charming riety. It weighed' one and a half best appetites with them. Plenty ofoysters I Sol I Florida, Jacksonville I "I 1 ,
and zealous Red Cross I pounds and smooth well and other will be ave. ( -
rl.prewntntiv,1 is and shaped. goodies on I %
Fla. 10-3 l-3m. J1 WP Save
has Butler had this her week office at the !Fair at Lake I I -- 'I hand .. ---e I :I You one1 if

I II "ANTED-Colort',1, family to rent 40 1:1:: IJUWU 1UU 5
I Mrs. E. W. Stewart received a telegram I KI'VVOKIII I.EitTiI'HuC: ;IU M ,
acre farm acres Ren-
:Mrs. Kizzie Strickland and children Wednesday, morning stating i"
tal free for first half aI
of Jacksonville, are visiting: Mrs. that her father Kev. C.V.. Inman year. Inquireof s'
Strickland's sister Mis' Lizzie Tomp- was very low and not expected to live. I John Friego, Lawtey, or owner, J'lii _..
( "Books That Have Helped Paul Engel, J 1811 Roscoe St., Chicago '
kms :Mrs.
Stewart and children and
LeRoy j: Me in the Christian Life." Leader t
111. 11-7-81.
Louise, left for :Monticello( on the afternoon -i :Miss, Lois Perryman. -- tJ:i Our Stock is new-- r.
:New line of Men's Soft felt train. I'
We promise inU'iesting FOR I SALE One light two horse
1 I an JII'OJ'rllm ( wa-
hats $2.50 to $1.00, at Stump's.Martin I with several special features.' : of
:Messrs. R, H-idson Burr N. A. f
i Come find be ready to tell)] us, uboutsome I Urtlv.'s Taste-less chCt Tonic Our experience in the wholesale -
Crouch, of Lake City, returned Butch and Royal C. Dunn, membersof .
book have rend and how i i':
you .
home Tuesday after spending the Florida Railroad Commission, I restores dtaiIty.1 rk> '.v urlfylo4 and ..urlt r n
several--days!: with hi* friend W. were in Starke :Monday[ en route to I has helped you.Please : -hintf tae bi'o1-1,1." , .m feel it*Strcnmnj, f,i drug business' enables us
at I.13.: ,. .
come : "unit I In vi r.t t n- "tl 0,
ruham.! 11.// Tallahassee after an extended trip for I __ _ ._ j
I the purpose of inspecting the various! :MADCK[) MIDDLETOX.:: 1:1:: to know how when and
Coin-spumling Secivtan m>tum rit tl matia m9Cn.' aststs tlalmsMcuui ,
Mrs. W. Ii. Bairett and little : telephone systems operating in the i, i r
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ter, Stella, who have been daUlIh-j state I tints and Tnilistcncs: where to buy.
;Mrs A. 7.. Ailkins, returned I j HIKTIinVY; / PAKni i'I ,

home in Ocala Saturday." I T A. Brinson, who recently( moved I I S. M. DRICCERS, Lake Butler .
i Miss Katie HI He Green entertained
his family to Starke from Fiftono,
Tomorrow Saturday is the last day I has bought the residence of Hon. A. I a number of friends Friday evening!: Agent for R f C t,

of the Bradford County Fair, at Lake V. Long on Walnut street and will occupy I at a birthday party. The eVl'ninWilli/: ,| Valdosta Marble Works T We Pay Cash p n,

Butler. If you have not jot attendedthe it as! a home in the near future .1 spent very pleasantly with game and of .
Years Satisfactory
Fair, lose no time" doing soMr Mr. Long has not yet matured his music", after which !Mrs. Green HervI I ser k

plans for the future.W. I i ,' cnndy, sandwiches! and 'hot chore I !! vice-Latest Designs to select =- i il"

: and. Mrs. II.! II. Green: of Lake --- |I luf, The hostess received a numberof I .I.II r

Batter: and daughter Mrs. C. I U. Fair. I M. Wainwright, who has been hcnutiful presents Thosep resent I ;d'1 from. We Sell for Cash

cloth of Jacksonville were visitors to with the Armour Company at their wc'i :Misses[ !Ethel': Griflln, Audrey, 1nDCOOICDa t>: > tIIiDWtOtGIDO1Ri@f9t0@RDmCi1DtLUtn. )< (]) .
Starlte Miami offices for Johns, Ins Margaret Liv- I ----
Monday. Kpperson
I some time past! returned I
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to Slarke Monday to accept ingston. Huld.i Brinson, Lucia Digg: ,== -= -- : J: -_--- -- '

Messrs W. F. Godwin and J. L.Harrell the appointment of deputy county tax 'A'iri S'anp Louise Fernandez, and' 1 COFFINS CASKETS t 1

promim lit citizens of I.\\tey, I collector. :Mr. Wainwright is very Madge Middleton; :\1.." rM. Tc'Ifuir And a full line of ]1 4e a
were business visitors to Starke Sat proficient in the work of the collector's Long, Levy C.inovu, Thomas Lim- I a Our to
urday. office and those who have business! baurh, Carl Johns, William Struth Un"lertakers'Sdpplie::; : expenses are I less..- W e b

Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and, :Mrs W !':
with that department of the count} J. Kpperson. Automobile Ileard. I

]Hon. R. A. Green principal of the government are !glad to see him backat Viwnyg, on hand. The brut s" I I save the salary of clerk, bookkeeper IJ
Raiford the weekend in his old --.
!Starke, a school guest spent at the home of hit! post. 1 i MRS. FLORENCE: !: IIOLTON: trice at the lowest prices. Sped: ij; and delivery. We haveno a
telegraph nrdi
Attention to rsHprjistered
parents! Mr. and :Mrs R. II. Green. Now is the time to buy Ginghams .1, ..:
for the Children's School l'' The funeral of :Mrs Florence Hoi- I Ei11IJaf11erfeWITT losses...we get the

1. 11. Fields has returned to Jacksonville Presses. (;Ginghams= :i5: cents a ton, dauhgte-r/ of Mrs. Martha Gatlin, _. money
after spending a pleasant va- yard at Stump s. both well known in the Brooker and the
I I C. JOPES: I goods out. g
Dedan church section took place on 9.9.before go
ration \": h his family at the home of -- I I
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell. I Manager; F. A. Scott! of the Scott Tuesday morning/:, Nov. 11th, Rev.I I Starke. Fla. I .

Drug Co., has been very busy of late Blanchard Law officiating The --- -- .. -:.-=. ;

Men's Dress Shirts, 75 centsto I' putting/: his new store in order. This ment took place at the De"Ian Inter-I The Customer Gets The Benefit i

$2.50 at Stump's.The store is on North Walnut street, just tery where a goodly number ,
south of Mixon's grocery store. All friends met\ the body and the car of ,

many friend of A. C. Fling/: will the /goods: have not yet arrived but in J. !F. Kicklitcr with a few from this. r

be glad to lerrn that he has so far a few days there will b
recovei d from a stroke of paralysis. complete stock of drugo, medicines I

aa to u.' able ko sit up for a short and drug sundries and doctor's pre- THIS MEANS YOU Eat. 1886 >
while ea.h day. | scrintions! will be Riled at all ifmr>s. < I
When you get up with a bad taste I Scott

Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch motored. i' :Mrs. Flora Clower Scott, county in your mouth, a dull tired feeling, no INSURANCESTARKE l Drug

Valdosta last !Friday and visited, demonstration aeent, has organized a relish for food and are constipated 'I

Mr. and Mrs John Ritch and after i !sow''i P' flub at :Miller with the following you may know that you need a dose

taking/: the fair returned home sun- oilersAnna Belle Peeples, of Chamberlain's Tablets. They not PHONE 12
da,.. pros-dTt; : Carrie Belle Brown vicerr only cause an agreeable movement of I
sMTtEMe <:tf>kes secretary.The the bowels! but cleanse and l invigoratethe I V 1

The name of Clara Louise Peck was club includes the following' members Htorvmch and improve the diiresn. aI

through a mistake omitted from tha : !Sallie Waters Grettis Thomas, .-Adt. us v>...MOc aflHT


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I awtcy, Nov. 11.-Dr. and Mr G.
1 H. Brown ware, visitors to Starkc ono
J. day' last week.
* l< S W. I

.Honvitlc were visitors to I.awtey Sate -
ui'day and Sunday
r"S. Hill, <>f Palmetto, spent, a day
nr two recently at the home of :Mr.

I and Hugh:\1!,:rR.Sturtevant I,. II. 11/ill. of Jacksonville, m : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :$$1Jlli: : : : :

G +"' spent Sunday in Lnwtey with frit-mil. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . ... .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . .
M. Mrs Martin Padgett and daughter, ," .. .. ...
of TallahasHec-, weir irucsts recently : .
lit the home of Mi: iind ;\11.... :Matthew I
I'ad "tt.Mr. .
Y Melvin amj, family, of neaiHrookcr '
+ visited his brother and family
in East: I.lIwl'y Sunday.L. .
I-. Sapp left Sunday for Miami
: where ho has a job us carpenter. .,
.; \ Ernest WrlM "I>I'lIt.TUl'"day. with
, ,,,1'1 datives and friends in Jacksonville
:Mr and Mrs. J. I. Byrd, spent Tuesday .
. with relative. in .Jacksonville i1
t While in the city :Mr.. B. (Jell) met up i1
''., with hm old. friends "Kill Spivins."
i However, we wont tell of their doings
:j. we will let "JefT" tell about it.
\, W. II./ Carter, of :Maxville, was in '
I awtey" Sunday enioute to the Water1" :i
oak section to spend the day with rel v
/ atlrM.Mrs.. j: :
,, : 1\1. I'adnett' hud, the misfortune .
.7 to fall a few days ago, injuring .
1 her hip and otherwise bruising herself :
' she has been
, from which injuries. :
+' t ; y Reddish., ami son, J. T.. WIT r : :
: ) business visitoi to :Clarke'; one lay ::

'. : last week.Mrs. .
, 1 : )Damon, of Wuteroak, visited : t
relatives in Law ley last week
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I. ('. R. Sapp and, little daughter/ were :

.1 wet,visitors.k. to Staike the first part of the iSTit: :J5t&i1

1 :Mrs. J, B!, Dye came up from South
f I V Kloridu the first part of last week and rl A API
after spending +a day or two at the
k home of her parents' she returned to
+ her home ill Jacksonville.
't W. r-:. Toro IJ was a business vihitorto : i, .,lfp' 4r
Starke one day last week.
,,i I ";, !\\trl!. Eliza:\ Hill. and, children spent ;
Sunday with relatives in the Water- t
oak section.
Noah Hutlei Si, of Jacksonville,
visited relatives in Lawtey last weekMrs. r ri1 Ij

t II. H. Bennett returned to her ,
/ ,, home in Jacksonville last week, after : :
h spending, a few days with relatives f iJ
and friends in J.llwll'Y. .
1 \ ])1'. O. Kelley, of Caincsvillc, assisted : Tested 250,000 Miles
1 ; ill the revival services at the
H'ipfist church last week, returning to

j his Rev..1.home Kridav C. PIKKS. of Staike, filled Three-Point Cantilever Springs

ki -t' his regular appointment at the lnvr-

i I I IIt'J y try Methodist church Sunday
Mra. C. R. Sapp gpont several days
f last ford.week visiting relatives near Rat- Improvement SincePneumatic

.T. T. Moore, (III: 'nest Wells and Jan. :
,, <(Godwin<: were visitors' to Highland on
Sunday afternoon Tires
) The Grace! Methodist. Sunday school : ;
lasses of Mrs T..1. Terry and Mrs.: li
.1. H. Moore went to Kingsley lake
Saturday where. they had an enjoyable : OVERLAND 4 has been put through the greater comfort under all road conditions
picnic ;
Thomas K:. Adams, of !Lake City, : and severe test possible. They do away almost entirely with side .
was a visitor to I.uwtey tine day last
1 b week : 250,000 miles of mountain trails, desert sway and rebound .which twist and rack the :'U
Steve Starling, .I. ( ,Kutth and el
Shad Thompson returned Q. to their . : sand, heat, cold, mud and dust, demoncar.. : .

"t work at Baldwin after spending Sunday : strated the quality of every part of f the car :
at their homes west of Lawtey. Diagonal attachmcntof Three-Point
t The annual election of officers for long before we began manufacturing.
: Springs both ends of 130-inch
at :
t the town of Lawtey will be held next a Spring-

y I Monday, Nov. 17. There is an extra I@: Thisremarkabletcstshowedconclusively base gives the steadiness and smooth riding :
I large-! crop of candidates for the officenf
( marshal and, collector and, only two W: that Three-Point Cantilever Springs, exclu- of the heavy car of long wheelbase, : !
foi the ollice of nU'Y"I'hil,' the other j
offices will only 'have; one candidate . : sive with Overland, a re the greatest improvement Equipment is complete from Auto-Lite : .

;I' There, clerk is a and mayor assessor, marshal and and two collector rminrilmen - : in riding comfort since the introduction Starting and! Lighting System to Marshall :

; to he elected' .s>, - .-. : ofpneumatic tires. Divan Spring Upholstery. : .

4 WOOOLAttNWoodlawn : t : They protect the car from road shocks Come in and see this car. Ask for :

Thompson+ and, NoII(Dun .-Starling Mt's.sis. 5 came. 1 II.( :: and prolong/ the life'of every part.: B )()klet. Overland 4+ Touring, JH45; Road :7?

down,with their hem families Baldwin. and hreMrs ., .spent, Sunday l : They enable the wheels to hold ster, SS45 ; Coupe, Sl.25? ; Sedan, $1375; :' .: .

: I D II. Hiowmng and children Y4 ;: better to the road. They give Prices f f. 0, b. Toledo. :
pent, Saturday'iieI) Sunday at Knianitel : .!;fa
l with her anther, ;Mrs.. J It. Connor.Miss ; .
,. : AiltTii 1 Ufvnolils, was shop.t : -rt
ping in Stark Saturday J m\\t. b :1.;
!Mrs S. II. Thompson and daughter. r rry .
:Mrs. Sapp, w.-r( visitors to I-awtey -

t !Mr. and :Mrs 11. |It Sapp, ot Law- .
toy, were vi"it"I"! hire, Sunday after : :

( noon.Mr: and :Mi- l I''. I I.. I'hillip.'I'e lf l. rdJi
,. visitors. to the State l-'arm Saturday ,
t +
j afternoon :
e'' !Mr. road :Mis. II. Drury and :Mm.Koscoe !;. !. .
/1" of .
I Sapp Jacksonville, are vNitmtr
.','. their p.iunts, :Mr and :Mrs. S.
II. Thompson A s r '+ ar+aeaxtrirt yl '' .
Hans Cartel, of :'olaxviJI."pent
i I Sunday with his !parents Mr. and !SQjtetk -. &3Q%
I :Mrs Ii;. W. C..literMessr Sv Mfr." iyT %g3BSg100inch
J. I I'liiilips; ul'e.1!' i s, "i\ t., ',,.. at (the Hap- : j \
tist church at I.nwtoy Sunday night. fii Whcelbase
1\ :Mr and :Mrs .1. s. Norman were
shopping 'in Stork Friday. : ; :
., :Miss Ail. ReMiolds: left Mond.iy t .m
for lake Ilutlfi where she will take .
the tcacheis <'xainmatmn.. ttm
I' :Mrs. S. II Norrnun, of Citra, cama ; Quigley Overldnd Company Starke Florida 1

V ''' down hers with:Mon'.ifi ifhtiiM' '- /a f. vv ,days visit i&5L I m

I I I D. D. KrovMiini \\';t.. II 1 business visitor :' .

Iy *' 11 Jack a i ill' -ilnoHtiny.. . ..). ;._. . . . . . . . .. .... .. .. . . .-..--.-.,.. . . . . . . ... ... .. .. . . .. . . .. . . . . .-... . .. . .. .. . .. . . . . .:.. :.".n,,
1))' :M :nd Mi!I. I :V \".In'un' attended ---
P, church at I.avvtcv Sunday night. t : @f.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :f : : : :
I IJev. J. L. No- -'- lill.\\ his regular
appointment nt II 01'>' ''' iirh< Sat-
urday and Sunday
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( Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Day
..1( LAX-FOS WITH PEPSI::" n. sptK-inllr.\ a ,
prepared Syrup Tonle-Laxat"e for Habitual
I Constipation. It relieves nromptly bui
should be taken regularly Inr I 11 1 m 21\ day.
to induce regular action. It ""mu'.iifsum
j' Tue.I .

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I I juice After upending a while playing f

games they returned to their i

I I homes! reporting a pleasant time. '" ,

I I The Brooker Home Demonstration

I j Club !'pent'ednt'Rday of lust week i I

: running meats to be placed on exhibition -

nt the fair. The meats used were

pork. sausage, chicken beef and tish

:Mr1B.. Shaw waR" visitor ti>

Worthington :Monday.Fustis .

Kelly' of New Hiver was, t7 *

here Saturday afternoon.J. .

J. Ilorgnn and daughter, :MissMyrtic 4
a : were shopping! in Starke Monday : -

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before the wars G.V.. Lewis of Starke, was here i a 3 "

o Thursday shaking hands: with friends AMELS'expert blend of choice

I Theodore Litchtield und family have
Turkish und choice Domestic ,:' .
moved in town and arc located on theM .

I ; P. Matheny farm. ". i tobaccos answers every cigarette

c a package E. M. Haxi'ii made a business trip c'.c. desire you ever had I Camels {give
to Lake Butler "
Monday.fOugene .
such universal deligh t such unusual
er !, r ,
: Crosby was a visitor at y ,
during the war5c Five Mile Sunday. ' n5rtw ; enjoyment and satisfaction you'll i' :

I :Mrs R T. Osteen and II. C. Sur- call them a cigarette revtlation Ikh I :

ri-nry returned home :Monday afternoon I 1.

after u week's stay at Plant br If you'd like u cigarette that does ,:

(City. 4FN,+1 ( ; not leave any unpleasant cigaretty i
A. H, Surn-ncy made it business C t ,
a ,Jacksonville br cp aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty
trip to / the first of the t

packageNOW I week. i Y odor smoke Camels! If you .

I F. Connelly and family of CoolerI hunger for a rich mellow-mild

I Pond were visitors ut the home of r
C'j cigarette that has all that desirable ;
I I :-.I. Shaw.

i I Mrs: !Sl. ,Shaw was a visitor at the 18 cents a package cigarette "body"-:-well, you get

!: homeof( her. mother Thursday afternoon I,r some Camels as quickly as you can I

THE FLAVOR LASTS Camels' expert blend makes all this
I Mrs Itosa: rinholsUr wa n visitorto

1'inc !II ; [ ufteinoon. delightful quality possible. Your
Monday Canirn. mold *v..ry*htrm. in .r/< n.'jflo-

H. lewis and family were visitors. ally "..111..<1 packa'.**> of 2O ctfimrttt ; or personal test will prove that Camel
at the home of E. T. Stewnit.Itev. ten pacAaj-t ((200 ctgarrttcm) in m III.."*- Cigarettes are the only I cigarettes
Williams preached at the l Free inn'pnpnr*covered canon VVa strongly

Will Baptist church Tuesday night to recommend. carton for the home or you ever smoked that just seem

office Hupp/y. or when yon travel made to taste I You will
un appreciative audience. meet your

III J. C. Cone and N. H. Andieu le- E. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY prefer them to either kind of tobacco -

turned. Thursday after several days Wiuitoo,taUm, N. C. smoked straight I } "

I fishing\ and hunting on the west coast.

Dr. Curefoot, of Worthington, made Compare Camels for quality and
: several) calls here last week.
satisfaction with in I
T i iiiistam of Lake Butler was any cigarette

h'ro' ui business. )Friday, the world nt any price ItQuarter

Prof ('hllllc,, ', of Pine Hill, w'11a I

illi'i, here Saturday morning,

:Mis. P. :M. Barefoot and. Miss Thel

ma Ward supplied the places of the

cachet'' here of the teachers. who

I welt, Inking examination in Lake Butler -

I this week..

i We me glad to report Uncle Jack

I Sowell much improved.

B. E. Brown of Miller, made a

shipment of hogs from hero Saturday, b

Mrs..1.! \V. Surrency of Worthington -- - - -
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was here shopping Saturday af
of Northweat Quarter, ........ 28. Tp.H. COMMISSION HALE \
virtue of thai certain final el foreeliiaure
ternoon.Malcolm. S. R. 22 E., 40 acrea, earned R. D. Clay. Hereby ..011." la given that under and by re I., I IlI..nor."h'
made and rendered Oct. M. ISIS, by
Harrell of Old Bradford ton virtue of that certain decree of partition made
J. T. V 'II*. Judge of'''* Rlahth:
afternoon here. Unleaa Mid certificate .n.i, ba redeemed, and, .nt..1 'In the Circuit Court In and for )
spent Saturday Judicial Circuit at llradfonl County, Plnrld.
according to 'law tax d..d11 Uaue. thereonon Bradford' County Florida. in Chancery, on the
... Bank
in Chancery, In favor of the CI"
:Mrs. Scott was here on business the 17th day of November, A. D. 1919. lt day uf October.. A. D 1919. {In favor nf of Raiford. a corporation .....,pl..t, and

ld'IIAMPTON / :Monday.Mrs. Wltneaa my official ilg-natnr and seal thla Alva Abernathy widow, O J. Abernathy. and aualnrt J. M. U........". Annie n....." and An-
: W. Ii. Harrell was shopping/ the lfith day of October A. D. 1919. Fuircnp Abernathy. a minor by hla next drew J. Brown, di'fendiinta. the> nnderaiiineilHx
-- W. T. WEEKS. friend Alva Abernathy, complainant", .n.t! >clal mneter will offer for ante. In front of ..?
sociation will be hold at here Monday (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. nuninm I.Ur.le Snrreney.!' R R. !Snrreney.' her the courthnUHO iluor at Slarke. Florkka, during J
Hampton on Mrs. Emily Abbott ill visiting/ relatives By R. A. WEEKS "".hRnof. Fddle Abernathy and, Heatrn Ahee.nnlhy the li'Ral houra of aale on Monday. the ant $
Ni">\' .I'Jml.! The Hampton teachers as in Plant City and[ Tampa. 10-17-61. Deputy Clerk. an defendant, the undi-inlirneil' aa. commlHaliinera day of cemlHr.. 1911. the following deaerlb

Hampton :Xn14.; H.J.I J. (C. Jon .x ''i: av thi' patrons,. of the school ex- will offi'r end Bell In front of th* i>d real eatate altuate In Bradford County "
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COMMISSIONERS' BALK South J....., "f the Courthouse In !Starlip.' ,- Hnrlda. to-wtt: .
(I ins, presiding i< ) elder "f the Methodist "n I a rindial wi'lioinu to the teach- Hereby, notice; la given that under and by I ids durlnir the livnl hour of pal"- on Mon- loOt numlH Two of the NorllMaat Quarter '.

..hurch preached, ont of his interesting .,'i of tin county, hoping that eviryoiii1 virtue of that certain .1.......' of partitionmiicli ilny, .the lat day of Pecemlier., A. P. 1010. to nf MiTtlim Tw... "I'own.hln H H R Xi: K.nlmi . ,
will be Some Things to Be Shunned and enteied, 'In She Circuit Court in and I the liltrhmt and' bent bidder fur each 'In hand, North half of Hnuthwiwt Quarter of
sermons here Monday evening present It Is better to lie cold! than dead. fur, Suwnnni County Florida in the folloM-lnii di'Hcrlhed. ropi-rty.. Hltunteil nndlylin NiirthruHt cjuarti-r Hictlon Two Townnhlp HS
;Mrs. J. M Tolbert and Miss! EmmaHifks : -- -. -- (. the 27th lny nf Auirilnt. A. D 1010. nf the Florida' tn-wlt- It 22 K: .limn right of way In nrndfiinl Coiintv
Never run nn uutoiniilill', / easlne; long Third .Iinllrlal, Circuit in favor of Nellie r'. ItnIw.v' nail Iran Hiiuth llnlf. lying rant of
I tif visitors 1 IIKOOKKKHiooket :I I North llnlf of Noel hi .l Ounrter' Itn,1'S."lh.1
Hampton were to TI>| a
; behllid'", .'limed, , tin....... >ever use n gastenter Hilton Adminifttrnttx of the ontnt of I I.. M'j' Quarter of Northraat Quarter andNnrthmnt n. H A K. Railwny, of Nnrthwiiit Quarter of
Waldo Friday Hilton di-ceniied. tin undi'mlirni) an ... North nut Quarter "f Section 2. Ti>wnnhip KS
llint Is not tilted, vltli un adequate sioner, an attlHiinttHl by sold diminf' .. Ouiirti nf SoiithweHt' Quarter andSnnlhinxt It. 22 .:.....
/Nov.: I 11. Cane ,
til: V. I IJll1-t,'h. .1 \\l, *< lull, '.nude.' '. Quarter "f SoulhwiM Qunrtpr ofM.rtnn
vent Into uu open Hue.' :Nevergo :; mutt will offer( for nale and. aril In front of I .. ': A. 7. AUKINS.Specinl ,
7 !! "t h. P-noire 21
nf lire the order of the day. tin. ciH.rthouiiidimr 21! TimnBhp Miuiti, In iA i
.1 I si-lli'+ Illi'' !: the' Mithotllsthuiih In Htnrltp. Bradford ewmtv. Chancery
to sleep In u room, Ifiivlni n gaphentrr rnntiiininir 'JOO more or Iran. Alan the .
/ aerca '
I'ev. of Inrldn. during, the li'iial hour of Mali* 8 CREWS
.', Dnughteiy, Sampson City onMnminy
hi'nin and'
I \\ii-k E\ei.vbody Southui Ouarter of Soiilhraat Quarter
1 liui'ning. Always IIMI., > n i wlu- the. lt flay nf ierrmhrn. A D. I'll' Solicitor fur Ciimplniniint.: 10-31-61 j
'ill" his here nf Sirtlnn 21 IT..n.hl" i
d l nnpnintmerit Saturday riiKl lull "f !Snuthiniil CMartiT
'tii' ,tit, to nttiTdPr. the highest and bet bidder. for raiih In I
' > I by I j
In i
,10"I'I's '' i \iiroom 1)0.111"; : 7 South!' llnnwe Jl I Fant .nnl.'nlnllIII
W. E. Muldleton, of StarKe, night and Sunday. ,,'.,. .,\\11 '''''''''''' hand the foil," Ins ncrilii.d' real Btnti. all ncr... more or ,,,'O. Alan the !Soi.thi'ant' OKIIFR OF SERVICE ''I
made a professional visit to Hampton :Mesdames, ('olson, I'mholstcr andWard imtt. lylnir and,. briny ui llrnilfitrd. t'ounty. 0,1,1.1 ,,f Roiithw.Bt Qimrtor nod'Va, Half. In the Circuit Court, of thu Kiuhlh: Judicial, ..
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and Miss Thl.lmaVard 'att..ntl. I 'liniilii., to-wit ;: i r S. "tlii' nut Qunrti nnd I Nnrlhmal eunrlir iifSouth. Circuit of Klorldn.: In and for llra.tford I
Tuesday Northi'UHt Qui.rti of Hie HimtniHNi IJUH" ".. Quarter of Section 22. TnwnHhln 1 County. In Chancery. ,
M !.: Stu::: : i 1:11;:I iiiul f.ii.nlv., left lust ed the community fair itt Alachua last S ter nf Si'ition I i. TownHhlp 7 South R."... Smell' Itnuifi 21 FnHt eontnlninir lf nrrisi.mori . I'eninnutar Naval Store Comiiany.,
w..le. You Do i" I'liM.: containing 40 ncreii, more. or I...... ii- I h**. ANn the Flint 1hn e-4lmrti| rnif A Corporation.Oiniplnlnant..
Tin lay fin. I.akiWtir, where they More Work W. T. WEEKS: : rii-t half ..r Si>utheni Qunrti-r nf Si-rtlon' \
E.: T. Stewart the week-end '
will make their future home. spent You are more ambitious: and you (Ret" more l l'i-tl-M. Commliwioner. !'H T" ".101" 7 !'South llnnue 21 Flint eonliilninir va ,
heir. with his family. enjoyment' of iio urn. more or leB. *. Alan .the C. E. Harper. et al, "
Rev. out everything when -- T '
Armstrong of Lake Butler your
: Nortluv, t Ounrter of InuthinM Chin rIp. ofWtlmi .III fi ndantMOrder '. .
filled his Hev. N. T Kind preached at the blood is in good condition. Impurities in (OMV1IS8IONF.RH' BALK: < P'i. rnwmililn. 1 !Smith.' Runup. 21 Feet of riervlr. by Pnblleatliio
regular appointment here :Missionary Baptist church Sunday, the blood have a very depressing effect on lien by notice I. given that under and by ronlninliur lu circa more or I I.-... Alan the To MamieV, IXHf. A.....,.... Alabama l-
wtiiid.M, II ii Sunday.Mr. the system causing!! weakness laziness \lrttlc' of thnt certain decree. nf partition entered Vnrthwint Jiiarfer of NorthinMt Qunrtrr coil II. Duty A."u...... Alabama : My"" .
Baker of Lake Geneva; Mas a morning and evening nervousness and 'kness. in the Circuit. Court for Bradford' ec.Iv. ..."- North Half nf Northwest. Quarter. of Si.rtlonrl May Wllliama. care of L. II. l"nty. At
J. W. Morgan: und family and Miss em f" ,,ridn. In Chancery, on the 27th day of 'I'o.v nahip 7 South Rnnire 21 FneS.enn- more Aluliamn.: If C Wllliama, Jr.. I
visitor to Hampton Tuewlay.Mr. CJI OVE'S TASrULKSS Chill 1OMC <()rtj.>hi.r. 1f'10. In an action for partitnn/ therein Inlmn 120 aerett. rnorior lien AKI| the en,rtln' 'It:
; [ and :MrsV., }1'. Hut ami ,'hil.I..n. Hendie: Croft spent Sunday at I.awt..ywith I restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying! ?u-ndlnif. wherein S. Sterling 1'rlr., Minnie' South half. of Northwent ltrran.I. Weatllnlf ('n r
relatives.Mrs. and Enriching tile Bloml., When feel ,Price dim "I'rlciHiilinif.. I una 1 Price Mr. of N<,rlh..f.< ganrtrr| of :SoulhrBHtOunrlir ; Atmore. Alahnmi WR...... Wll I.rare I.-.-. ,
of Louise, were visiting relatives you r.uonH end' h,'r huttband R. A. Mrl tiro. *. M- if !Si rtli.n 27. T/>wnnhln 7 Roulh.! .. of I.. II I I'oty' Atniore
Lonme I
Futch and of its
tad, friends in Hampton Sunda '. baby strengthening!, invigorating.: elTect. .c'' mli* Prlcn llorton and br hiiHhand. T. J. [ fliini'i 'I Font enntnlnintr' 100 ....... more nr Clarencp V. Murrain. Nu r.'> ( ."''gt.etrn't ._
Huifnrd: spent part of last week herewith how it liriiigii color to tliu cheeks: and 'brow Itortiin. Arplft "I'rire Varner and hunband. .1. ,Ira Ilimtnn. MnnBnchimi.1' and, Clifton ;,
:Mi( ,'. lirilerbiniirh., who hnfi>r sevraI her pllrl'nt"11': anil :Mrs. P. A. it improves the appetite you will then If Vnrm-r, ".">nn Price Itrantliv and .1. 1)Tliiiiri'o Alan 'Ihi fiilliiwlntp dmerllii-d nrofiiitv Ivlti/ I. llnnier No fill) Stale :ti 1 rert. Uoatnit irW
are enmplninnntrt nod Will, Price andM Miu.imrhuHf>tl-
< monthsein l (Ciosby.Mr. '. wit.I..rt.: 1 I'rlee, Fll: Price. 'Ion Prlco. end Inliiif In the roomy of Aliiehun nnd Slntenf It la 1"I.y" ri, bird I tat r..,cn of vu Itt'piarIn ,
-tl't'tt. have moved to the Alli-n oot- : : and :Mrs. T. I Dukes) of Lak GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill 'IoN, IC rihpl 'I'rirn'cnr1/ !'rfe. Rmirve 1. WilllnmnMm . lorliln.. tn-wit.'. The Sniithenet Qtlnrtpr, thi. Mill( of r'ilnlnt Illid, heroin a.ainatV P
tliC e this week having; purchased this the 1 1 Is not a patent ineiiitine it is .shiii.'v: l>..|ln William-. Mnrli. Dunne. Tnrrie l 1)u- if 1'1.." h.1.lBr. r of !Si'rllon' 0M1'wnxhl n 'n I IV al I .i ....* tli. i rlt".". .,n the lint
Puller visitors home ,.fI' 7 Smith RBIIVP 21 Flint': ennrnln'nw aenanion. .
were at l sir, i rlimentmp, DiipriP and Ida. lied.D0- Iny of IIIIII.. aid 'nte la-inn, thaItiile
oroperty' i A. (' Wednesday. IRON and QUININE: : : suspended in .Syn' : : on.. nrp d.>fi'mlnntM. nnd by v'rtui. nf the or- or le.. Aim the W.lfair of Fact l Stay In Bind, month .m1r, '.m. llrndfor.1
Rev. So pleasant, even children: like> it rl.i d|i .nf thi' wnld pntnt thereaftir male' the half and. Frai"t'onnl purl nf 1Veetlnlf of County Tiliurat'h la h..I.y I m .Oo, m.ud .. the
Green of Orlando expastornf li.V.! and E. :M. Huzen were visitors .- Si.vllin II. Townnhin' 7 Smith. llnnui- 21 Fn"tprintnlriinir . .
blood net Quinine, to Purify: it nail I IRON un pifnpl. fi4 CommlHNlonpnt. will oirpr for tawaa.n'r in w' i li'h till .,to. smell" l>e p in- t
the First Baptist church of Hampton [ to fininesville Tuesday.Dr. I to Enrich it. hose 1 reliuUu. tun,.' prop| .fiU, and I H*.II tn the hnrhiHt "10',1.' l .r for cnwh In Inn' Itl''''. more or leanI In hid. come H week fur fu ir i-iiii-oMiilv, .. ..kil-a.
was shaking hands with his front of the moth door of the courthmiMc Invtiirkf. M AlvamB' J W Andnivfl,' .1 li ,rod. R Wilniaa my hand I an Clerk and the, 84al of
); many W. Mi.Hlctnn.; of Stark. crties never fail to drive oul inipuruu u' .. Ftortdn ituiinr, the .Itirnl houm of pole Wrrka.| Commiaalonem, Haiti. Court, thin IHth day of (h...,.tier. |.",. i
frit'niU here :Monday. He was on his made a professional cull here :Monday the blood ",.. M.mdn the tat .Inv,. of llenmlnr. 111. \ V I OVfJ.Cumi.lninnnt!. W T. WEEKS
way to Luke City. :Mrs I I.. A. Hrown is on the i'kIi.t The Strength-Creating! Power) of GKO\ t. :. I llnrii. . certain litndf in lirajirfir'l Countv. Sollrtlor l ).11-51 (Clirk" of the Clrcu. t Court In and fi r II.....'<'>r I I..rl.ln t ..wlf ( '''",y. Florida..
Mrs W. Middleton: of Starke .:.. this; week. TASTELESS. :: ; Chill. TONIC has !11111 :. r i .. : L'-.L ,tKF'AI I'
I" eTh err ((1 1 n f4.rt I Ile Th r. 111 i ,'''r''.' - ---- -- -- -- -
the lavonte ionic in thousands of nor;,'' .. M tSTRR'H! !: !S' t I KNotit'i "'11' lIuR.iij: K IIOWRI.L.
wt ( "B..f
was a visitor to Hampton[ Tuesday.Mrs. M. P. Mtitheny spent the week-end \* the Norlheml" Qunrter. Nortli-
More than thirty-live yean ago I ui-,I runt Mnrter of Northwot I/"R''r. North . .lartmunvllle' MorlilaMiilicllor .
i* hi'n bv trivcn that undi and bv
; :McNenllj, nf Oinlu. is "i..iti"Jth'I' I I in Starke with his family.Mr. would rule a long distance to /get OKI, )V I' .M llnlf of SolilhenM Ouarler of NnrthwratHuartpr virtue of a Final Fipcrie of KoriploMure nin.le' for ( umplmnant 11)44.1\
sister, :Mrs I'. E. Henry this : [ and !Mrs L. A. Brown and son TASTELESS Chill TUNIC when M Went half, of Northwuit Quarter.W.H and rendered Oetohpr 24 IIH'l hv HonnrnMi..In .------
week. : rtford.. and Mrs. C. |J. Colson spent member of their family had Mnl.ina .or Half of Roiithoiwt Ounrter Koulhiant' . T VVilln .f"" ".. of the Olh .,,,.Ii.I..1. Circuit NOTKK TO KfllTOH.S: AND rNPDITOKfl
Cjnnrtpr. of Southweitt Quarter of Section Ten. ., In the
nf loridn In Rradfonl' County. In Channrv County .finlifoa court of Bradford
.\. A. McDonald[ was. a recent via- Friday in Starke. needed a body-building!, strength-giving/ HOi." ; North 110 If. Southweot Quarter. Flat aitrin.. In favor of Pan FuseS' and ('""nl". Flurlila In Probate
if '.1' to Orlando. I :Mrs. Quitrels, after spending quite tonic. The formula is just tIe snow today Flnlf ..f Houthfaitt Quarter of Sect nn FifteenrlBl. a 'n nut """'"10" Fiiteh a ..1f"w..J K Futph In lip : KalaU: of Lharlea ,P (Canon d.
I and you can get it from any drug : NorthPBut Quarter North Ifiilf, of and R.I. Flitch, the underMlirned will offer regard
T. J. burden and wife. wln havi' ,| n while with, her parents Mr. and Store. Roc per bottle. NorthwiMit Quarter of Section Twenty-neven, for nnlp' bi.fore. the poilrthoilne door at Starke.florlila. Nolle

bun visiting their ori. Clinton Dur- 1 Mrs.: J. E. Cll'mOnR. left Sunday for I''I' : all In Town.hln Seven 171 South hone.Tw. the ,lefal hoiirn. of aide on To all creditor, .leirateea, iliatrlbnteea, and
nly-on. (f2ll ....(. eontnlninir' In the
airrr "
IW.Tr.lnr tut 1010 to the hivheiit
"!- n. and l their daughter; J, Pyal her home in :Miami. She was accompanied NOTIf F OF -APPI-- -..U'ATIOV- -FOR TAI.EU: : .iitt.. 1150 acrea. more or leae.W and"n..v.heat hldd'r' for eanh. the foltnwlnir IPirpd old all nrnome state having claima' or ,ili-mand a..1...,

of Tampa returned to their home last :i" far as Jacksonville bv tvrparents. MtR HRCTION 171 OP THE r. 'H VT. | Itindn iiltualeil In riradforil County' You. and each of you are hereby notified f
I (.F. ..RAL STATUTES f F AHP. "V I lorida.. ,
timid?' reporting a very ''pleasant and nijulred/ to pte.ent any claims and demand .
Notice in hereby vlven that A. H Hurrenoypu J. M. ALVAREZ. I The Northwent Ouarter. of the eTorthennt which .
"0" or either of you. h...
trip. I| All Rrookeritea have been attemlinir .r'.f Ins cirtiltcttl' Ni. JJ5. dHteilthe / A. CommiHNionent. r"inrt..r. and, the Sriutheant Quartef of thettmlhiant avainat the eetaie of Charts p. Canon decinned.
.1.1.V.. ]Nimmo of Jacksonville was the fair at Lake Butler this week. lit dry uf (Je'.I..-,. A. l D. nil.1.. hu III." I K FlITCIf. Quarter of Section Thirty-two, In .. late of llrailffinl' County Florida, ..-
a visitor to Hampton Sunday. ;, Those taking the teachers examination i I nillil cert hems in my nlTicr: .H. .d hi4M maile ftp- I Solicitor> for rompla'ianU. 10aiISt.RIIEKIFF'S Townnhfn Four !Smith' of fin""."I I the tindi.raluneil. adinlnlntratlx. of laid ...... 't
pljcutu f ir tax ilieij" to u. i in cecinlsnc - Fact"'"" Flighty Acrea. more or I..... I within two seam fmm the date hereof f
:Mrs F. E. Henry was a visitor toGliin"ville '' at Lake! Butler this week are with IHW Saul certilliHte enihrnoia the fol- 1 Ins a ...1.. fifty feet wide. acrvmn the East tinted :September" ;20, A. D. IvlVrORA .
luwltitr llincrihi. JH",'.rlY, Hituutril In Itrml- HAI.KIFireby ..lilc of 'thi. Southpnnt O".rt"pII ,.. t
Friday Misses Eunice llnzen :MargueriteShrivrr I CAROM
fonl' iiiiinly, .'I..rhl..., to-wil I
:Mr.. Innicil) and .children of Ala- Edna Baxter Daisy Lewis :Snrlh half of Suuthwmt liinrl..r| of SouthUillin nollee I.I given that' I. W.' J Rppi'xon. R CRFWSSppelnt n.20.St. A. AilmlnlHtrntlx nf ald F:.taU
Sheriff' ofIndfnr.l ( ''''"'. State ofFloriflit. Mater" In Chancery.
r-bitn were cuests of :Mrs. W. B. Alexander end Vent Surrency; lIeRRr'I.urian I! w,1 ' r Ira. 1 \. St-r t. Tp. 7. 8. R. und r and' by virtue of that 01.Aainwrit \ / ADKINS.! I
Jn K: 17
last week.John :,: and Marvin flaxen and Ben Cros'iv.fluy I ., mil mertm.I' ,Innil I,. Inv a.HeMiiil at the date of execution inHupd' out of and. under the Solicitor for Complainant. ''O-. t.MARTER'S Two!NOTICE mnnth OF aftir FINAL ilnle. hereof DITIIAKGB!'
*t ill( of the fireu:i Court of llradforil Count. I will pre-
L Scotten of Gainesville, wa: Pil" and !Mrs. Shnververe of the iMuance of ....h certificate In the n.m. !h..... nf Florida. end .....In.1 (; fi; Iffiltand --- -- - ----- ".n. my voiichi.n, and final account tn the

a visitor tn Hampton Saturday. 'I in Lake Hutler Monday aftor- I of"Unknown.. nod In favor of W. C Tavlnr dared the 11thdHV SALE" Hun O;eo A Carilincr, County Judtr of
nlin *i il L. t flair iihiill reili'emeiiiin llrndfnrd'
', .' ne of Niivemlxr. IIIV will olTer for ...r.! Notice IH herebv ..I l ,.n that under' and byvirtue county Florida and, ante. 'or riy Snot -
Mrs W T. RedenbaUKh and sister neon.. i i' Inu. tar d.a will liwue thereonon .. ... illnchariie .. adm nlatrator of ,.
.. .1 II tn thp hltfheft an'f, bent tf.r" rofixh nf that certain final) decree nf fore the "'.
Miss i Emma Hicks, were visitors to T" mt">*inir at the usual[ hourat A the 8th., day of ii'icial December, MiMnaturian,, A. D. 1919) mat thlathi then"for. at the enurthnuaff door In the rl,...irf. made and' rendered. Auiruat 12th. IHi. if Thin A 1..1. deceased,
ash niy Town of Starke, Itradford founty Florida' I l.y I'MBornble ..1. T WIIIp.nAv.. nf the Kl.-hlh Zfith day of Svptemher. '''IJ.!
Free Will church l .f
Waldo the Baptist next d.y Ni.vemlier. A. D. 1919. : I
Monday. TOW f>e' f2
.in. f
.n Monday erember I let llM'i. the name b" Ixl print for Hrad'orl County. Finn '
:Mr K Henry a teacher in the Snn'tav' evnninm. PAL W. T. WEt.K.1: Clerk.Hi . Inv it I leual ..1.. day of laid. court "ilurlnir the .l.lnj In Chancery In favor of the (:nine,. -Sa>lllil. Aifmlalatrwaar.NOTICE .
,h,will houm of Hale the follnwinir diterthedreal "...!.. ,*9 PH.f.if.| ,. poriemttf.
Christian Sunday entertainedher V ;stile :Mpdeline Hazen was sick a R. A. WEEKS. n cnnvilainanl I
11-7-61. eatate aituateil In Ilradford County Fin,. and ....In.t O. C. Sapp and Flenale Saran i|.<- TO DKHTOKS
Sundashool class at her I fa'" rl5"a 0' 110"wnf.k.. deputy Clerk.Ntlfl .da. In-w' f. Unta., tru underalirned Special Male will All ." .-.."-.. ."., bt.d 1_AM th.. CRPniTORS_t_._ _( A

tiful home on !Main street Saturday' D' Piohori.! of Alachua[ was a professional < K (IF .\PI-I IPATIOV FOR TAX: DEED Mint. Half of Snulhweat Quarter. of North offer for pa'e' In fr/mt ..f te ...,.-......... done I Oval, late of; llradfnrd: county Florida: : de.
Iliiarler Wirt flail. of nh "" .....
1 t nor
n !Starke. Florida, rlurtnothe r ,1. are renueateil. .. debta'
leva! hours of t their paid
caller here last week. pay
evening. UNDER: HfCTlOV 171 Or TUB ,
I ii.r ft Niirthwput. quarter nf Her '10, Tp 4 .lit* on Mnnifav the amt forthwith and all
day nf December havln claimaavaln
Those "rnsent were :Misses. R"r"lMiillail' I "".. :\ft'l'dwa in town :Monday Iyore I! II..b" nntice.EMLKAL: la given STATUTES that lola' S.1 Ranve 22 F.. ,alio Eat Half of the Nnrth- lull), the fnllowl' d .. -'herl real. -"ate ly.l ., .t ..,,1 eelale shall ix-mon.nle the name. dulyauthenticated
-. :V'iiri-ic ;Maxwell .Tulin !Maxwell ? ? rnnUnart.r of No'.h..t'I.r. Fa: .t Half *.. and being 'In Bradford county Florida' to- ,' with the iinuVrnlvned' admin'..
pun liaHer of tax NUN errttaeateai numherwilr .if MfiutheaMt Quarter nf Northt-aiit (jiiMPtep ; wit : r(.ror. within ont from date hereof. '
Ruth: Price' !Mary Price, L..< nn rr n"i.i i., en' nred in the .e[>ectively VZ4 and 210. .lamed by ihe tax Fat:. Half of N"...,.... Quarter of "Jln..*' p"' v will .he forever year hand. ov i
Mullady :Mrs' C. E. Harper and :Mrs. .,1' ,'n >.M.inoss. here. lollietir I of HraiKirl County, roe ila. Saul' I, Qunrtrr.. Fait: ll.!l' of Kail Half. ..1 St.r-i. and th Boulh.I sth Hat'n., :, i'i i of VorlhweM:v..rthwe; Ouarter Quar-I I I, Th. 'Hlh! ilav of Renitiir. Ivln.
rtiflcatoa .
being dated July 2. 1417. and haj w .t Quarter of F orthcaQu. and Paillnlf : '
McNeall-" :Mossr'. Clyde Mullaly.R If P fJniney was in Jacksonville ft'i' il i>Nnl I ri rtificaiei In my oTire and: ha* I of Weal Iftlf of Northwr Quarter. ofNnrth.en ter.. nf North*ant Quarter alM .....''nn''... atoutheant *-2*."I. IOn\dminntrator.NOTICIC \ \, L. i

ncp John Willie Joh-, Cvr-1'[ MTniri" ... t .. -.yrtC.A made. applieatnn, for tax deed to IMU In acciirrfanee Quart. .r of !See 1 U Tp AH. Re.E = eorner Q.." .. of Nnrtheaiit' Nert Quarter>. I'n I net ofN.rthwwt _
"2 alxo N"h.u.rl of N.h..t
-- of with law "...1.. Wint f' V...<- ",...Ih ltd ..
Per I rimn; and Edgar Prii-e., --rnnfirlini party. consisting 2"u.I. .
(Quarter nf iutnwent Quarter of Sie It. Tp !:
!O..ld certificate respectively pmh,.... the I Fact: 112 y..1 l. ..."n''lni. ."
Gum('" "'PI played until a late hour the vot-ng folks chaperoned by :Mr., lanil.' in Hrailforil County. ..Iort.... n !M. Hire, 22. '<. al>o Southwret Qua-t.r.. nfSouthwent -alii landn h* 'in .t on 20. Townnhln S Slv month after date hereof f will present ,y
n .-. ."t at the data of the 'Uauane, of auch Q. rt.r. SB.. Tp 78. R. 21 < my t mi. ii. rtt and nnal aicmint l<. the Hoa.t.'it .
when delicious refreshments r' 1. B. Andreu. ;Mr. and !Mrsrj 1 .h. Knniie 21 Eant. .
were pp. cert ficatea In the name ..tlvel" hereinafter F. .1.0! Nnrth-...l quarter of N.irthm served. These boy and girls[ depart p r-t-i- n. Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns particularly. eet forth.' torllt I and Nort half of South'n' '.',....., of A Mauler 7.. APKIVS.In Chancery, I'M' 411 li mv rlnal. i .._
ed for their homes! with happy nnd T Ostcen serenatled the home tit fmtirmcr* the North Half Noptheant Quarter and. Nnrhfan Quatr "' I;, Cnmplnl i i i.n. .a of the .1.'. of J.f .
theft < soil .twteftalJ ....,.. nf Nnetheaiit Ouarter Northwmt Q'.arter of Nnrtheaiit. Quarter of RRuIIrRnrVfor ... >. de'uu.d,
-f anl I last .
wishes for family 11-,11-Bt.'
aa well as many good -rrenev W and Northweat Quarter ofSoutheast See l's. Tp. H. Kite 21 F. I ?, "n' I) mil
kind and faithf il teacher. T'. .' After the serenade the Quarter S.... 1Tp 5. S H. 23P : W J. EPPKRtOVSrerlff ,I SIDNEY: r> Kta-rr; 1' i,
The Bradford County Teachers As- served with delicious cane w" acre _.d K. n. Clayton Bradford. County. State nfFWIda SALE! i .... .... ,,- FUlele i>r O ra.tartt.. .*.
Certificate. N> tAQ embrace. the; North..t ( 14-31-11 : r and l h. 5BRADFORD -"' -'C..b

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the fair at Gainesville Tues day in Johnstown, guests of Mrs. C. High School auditorium on Nev. 20th., |I never meant more than it does now.
J' __.,_"'._ L. Varnes I 7:10:: o'clock. This is the first attraction -, A 3-ounce bottle of Dr. Williams

E Ii. --- ----, I day.Miss: Bessie Kennedy spent the The fair is on in full blast. The of the Alkahest Lyceum Course 101 Tonic will nave many pounds of

6 r 1 week-end with her parents in Lake exhibits are finer than ever before. i to appear this winter and there are : cure. 101 Tonic contains Quinine,,

I Butler. Math Roberts,; and father, of Five three others to como later. The ladiesof I Iron and Magnesia. This is a proper

County News Items Miss Foylen Stroupe left :Monday Mile, were in Lake Butler Monday and the Club will soon make a house I to combination where cases of Colds,,

I night to spend a few days in Lake Tuesday. I house canvass of the town fur the i I LuGrippe, Fever and Malaria, as well

1 Butler.J Harry Pinkston of Worthington, attended purpose of Belling each person a lIealion as "Flu" are to be treated or warded'oft.

J Call McClenny, of McCIenny, visited the fair Monday and Tuesday. ticket, so be ready to purchase .

j InUr< tln/ Pacts Gathered During the Week br Our friends in Raiford, this. wuek.Mr Mrs. F. A. Scott and Fred Alvarezof i one for yourself and for a friend During the Influenza epidemic covering -

., Regular Correspondent I : Dorothy Schelly, of Jacksonville Starko attended, the fair :Mondayand :Miss Jessie Lewis, of Brx>ker, was"! I the country in October, 1918,,

i was the guest of !Miss Helen Tuesday.Mrs. 'the guest of Miss Ouid Ookle this the sales of 101 Tonic increased more

U'1 tks. l. It- .. i Nauright Sunday. McGruder and Miss! Mary week I than /500( per cent. This prove" that

... in tal'kt' Saturday. Rev llcndricks, of Lake Butler, andI. Rollerson, of Sampson City, attendedthe :Mrs. John Green and chidlren, of 101 Tonic is an effective treatment for
GRAHAM 1"'J1pj"l fair Monday: bringing the school
i. C. Jenkins of Jacksonville Mile in town Saturday (this\ disease.
t" Alvin Kite of Heilbronn. spent theweekend preach exhibit. | Five were
' ''r. . here with his cousin, Jesse cd' hero Friday night at the Methodist I i Ardell\ Drawdy, of Five Mile, was 101 Tonic not only treats the disease
,, i Graham, Nov. 1.1.-Me.r., James! Misses Cora and Ettie Sparks who
.. church. in town Monday. but acts as a general tonic.
1!, I Reynolds, Will Jones, I II.) J. Byrd K.U. Adkins. arc attending the high school, spent Riv- ,
'Of New
Junes W. I'. Byrd Lucy 1'ruvatt C., Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard' W"I'Phopl.inlt th/s week-end at their home near Midway I Miss Myrtle Williams, I Get 101 Tonic at your drug stare25c
...f last er, was the guest of her sister :Mrs.
1 ., B. Roberts. were in Starke Monday on in Hampton one evening > i and /COc bottles. Accept no substitutes
, W E, Loadholtz.
v/eek. for there is no medical
business Dewey Duke, of Five Mile, visited
t Rev. S. S. Proctor spoke at Lawtey
.. N. D. Jones and son !Percy, made i i Saturday night Misses. GeitruddI j sold which is like Dr. WilliamsNo.
,A; t I., friends in town Thursday evening. I Monday night in the interest of the I Tonic.Adv.2I
to Hampton Monday I and Elsie Hinson entertained a num- 101
business trip Brown and Samantha were S. I. Jenkins, presiding elder of the $75,000,000 campaign.

;. 1.Il'.rM.lantJ. : Hazen, Albert Sur- i her of their friends with a pound par- In town Tuesday, Armistice Day, and Jacksonville district, preached an interesting Mr and Mrs. Lester Pinholster, of I -

, lency, of Brooker, wore }here Monday '''ty. Several of the young folks werepresent found our store closed. We are sorry sermon at the Methodist Brooker, attended the fair :Monday i Quinine That Docs dot, Affect The Headfffaanf <

X41 on business... and games were played, after they and others came to purchase church Sunday morning and evening, Percy Rivers, of }High/ Springs, visited -I of Its tonic end ,lm.'lv.. effort. LAXA

; .ej a N.: i 1). Wynn wa 4 in Starke Monday I' which they were invited into the good!, and found us clo l"d. leaving for Jacksonville Monday. I his parents this week. T1VE by UKOMO wlthunt QUININE cautilna(T.h'rte) ran- be toern

business.. dining room where all enjoyed theirsupper. Parnell, of Jacksonville, is the' anynno E.W.CROVES.HnotureoiilIu-! ,
\ on Mrs. F. I... Lavender spent the wwk-end In the b..d. :
i1\ \ :011'!''. 1 Kthel: Strickland and little son, At a lute hour all departedfor But we arc keeping up with the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. with his family.

f ': e U. I.., of Hampton, nre visiting. her their respective homes, reportingan spirit of the times and therefore are "A. Duncan, this week Mr. Merritt and son, of New River, i -.
not to blame. We from 7:30
p mother, Mrs. Ben Wilder. excellent time. are open : Mrs. J). W. Borum delightfully entertained : visited his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Lavender I ONLY A COLDI
:'o1<'HMrs. Will McKinney, Riley Was- !Mrs. S. II. Woodard and children a. m. to 6 p. m. each business" day the Sunbeam band last Friday Saturday. I II I -
1. din were in Stnrke, Monday on businu Sundav nt Stnrke guests of and till 10 p. m. Saturday and if you afternoon her home Dekle I
at on ..
spent It
call us by phone will try to meet you George; Spires, Midway; was : i Are you ill ? ia! often answered:
'" !Mrs. D.I I D. Woodard. street The received and I
Mr. and guests were
I town :Monday. cold "
/ and Joe at the store to suit your engagement "Oh! it's only a as if a cold was
Messrs. Frank, Neville :Messrs. R. :M. King and BlantonOwsley recitations and music.
many games
:Mack Driggern. of Macclenny, was little
vi!.. earlier or later. I lu I matter of consequence, but
1 Camp, of Bellamy were business I who are employed" in Jacksonville enjoyed, after which delicious re- in town :Monday.
r We are having a biff demand' for people are beginning to learn that a
I itoiT, sere Mondiij. were. here with homefolks during fre ments were served by Mrs. Borum .- ----+--
., fur South Fenole and Carbon di-s'ulphido; can't common cold is a matter not to br
I r" II. F. Trice left Tuesday the week-end. and Miss :Marshall\ Proctor. The
I HEED OLD. ADAGE) trifled with, that some of the most
keep enough in stock to supply de-
Florida. whore lie will look after busi Mr. and :Mi" Lawton !Ua>lor and guests departed, each one expressing I
mand. We have just received. a barrelof serious diseases start with a cob!. As"!
i' i ir:, lyn. attend themselves the hospitality
r;. daucH.Ella 1 "> ; as having enjoyed Ounce of IVevention Better Than a ,
ness.Mr.. ntnl MM.. .1. A. J. McKinney, of| "ii'|, ,. .i 4 Drier. :Sunduv: Roofing Cement and one of Lubricating I- I of their lovely hostess Pound of Cure soon as the first indication of a cold

,\ :Sampson; City, sport. Wednesday! ,} herewith J. 1.. King muili- business, trip to Oil, as well as! a shipment of The Lake Dutler Woman's Club has I appears take Chamberlain's Cough
Re-steamed Syrup Barrels
Belling at
their dmmhtrr, Mrs.' N. 1) Wynn Palmetto Friday. in tore for the people of Lake Butler With Influenza again: making inroads Comedy. Remember that the sooner
$3.00. 1 quart Syrup Cans at (II i l'ntl'anll '
''tt .1!case Byrd and little daughter of Some. of our farmers are digging Skimmers( ami!! and its neighboring friends a rare into the health of the country I you get rid of your cold the less the
Syrup Dippers
Tampa, are visiting relatives and their potatoes and arc netting; things Funnels. treat in the form of the Dixie Girls the old adage, "an ounce of prevention ,I danger, and this remedy will help yon.

;"I friends. this week right to begin grinding cane. You don't have to make your Dippers which will appear at the Lake Butler is better than a pound of cure," I to throw it off.-Adv.I .

t Me8..rll.IlIlt! mid Riley Wasdin J.V.. Batten returned here Thursday -
r' out of buckets this
, made n business. trip to Brooker Wed from Green Cove, Gainesville nnd year.
, nesday. other points and left Friday for New We have received another shipment J.++ I I I I M+ M.+M I I-I+ I I I I I I I I li...*f++I ++M I I t I I I I I l i I I ++I...++++
l of Harness full sets and Lines
Messrs. Willie Price and Chesley River, where he will spend a few dayson parts,
and Saddles, Stirrup Straps. We are i

l-'a'ig county were Heat Tuel business lluy..J. visitors to the \business.Mr.. and !Mrs.. P. ;M. Geiger! anTTsis- still. selling a lot of Sporting Goods, 35c The Unfailing for Chills Fever 35c

Guns, Rifles, Shot and Shell, Single Remedy ,
. V. Jones was here Wednesday on ter, Mrs E. Harris, of were. boxes and full cases; all fresh and
guests Sunday of their partntHfr.:
good-no misfire.
til .1. C. Smith has returned from San. And Mrs M. Hall. As the game season is about here, and Constipation
and Mrs Jimmie Batten, of
ford where he has been employed foi
don't forget where to find what you

;P.. \ the past three weeks.! this Gainesville. section., are visiting relatives in want-Get; it at DeWitt' C. Jones I THIS COUPON WORTH THIRTY-FIVE CENTSThis

i Mrs. 1).1. Byrd and Hun, Schell Hardware Store, next 'to Bradford
'ard of ThanksWe
have returned after a weeks visit atr'ernaiidiim take this method of thankingthe County flank I i coupon is worth 35c to you in purchasing a one dollar bottle of ARAPHOE (Indian) LAXATIVE':

with relatives and friends kind friends, who aided and Stoves and Range 'are moving right I TONIC. This together with 65c in cash is good for a one dollar bottle at the drug store whose name appears

I I. (;i. Harry. made a business trip assisted many us during the last illness and along and don't forget to cull for one below. After taking according to printed directions, and you do not think it worth the price you +tIt

to Sampson City Thursday. death of our little lion Freeman, also of our Free Cook Books. They will i paid for it, bring back the empty bottle and we will refund the 65; cents. ..

El.nndo Maine., of Louise, wa for the many beautiful, floral offerings help you to reduce cost of living and will work bile from your system that is poison to your Liver and Kidneys. We will pay $500.00 reward t

s here Thursday on business.. May God's richest blassings be with do better cooking./ if it gripes or makes you sick. You can eat anything desired while taking it. I
: Elva has returned from Jacksonville
Barry -
you all. Mr. and, Mrs. II. E. Monrer. We have a Good Line of Knives and THIS COUPON IS GOOD AT 01MITCHELL'S
after n three weeks' stay at
' -----A-- Sausage. Grinders and Stuffers Lard
+ St. Luke's hospital where she underwent ,
Ir Y
KLAKHKKKlarbee Cans in stock. A full line of Cups and
I an operation. She has n number Saucers, Dinner Plates and I Knives, it is not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist, mail us fif cents in postage or a

of relatives and, friend who are money order and we will send it prepaid to your address. ,
) .. : Nov 14.-John Harris has Forks and Spoons in common ware,
r .
Kind to know that sheha improved '
been on the sick list during the paHtwp.k. as well as the best grade Community '
l Silver.
1 !Murphy (Price made a business" trip
. . .
i Mrs. Aaron Coleman has been numbered Sec our Double Boilers and Cooking HI II I I I II I I I II II I I I I I III 11 +i'M' IMtli H MM +.Hill t I +++.''.. I I it I | | | | | I M+M MIHTBAPTIST >
to Hampton Thursday. I
I on the .sick list Utensils of all kinds. We have 20 and
.1. 1 Kirk, of Jacksonville, is here -
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I - -- -
I 25 gallon Iron Kettles and a big line -..-- -..
visiting friends for a few days.
Rai-ford of Galvanized, Tubs and Wash Boilers.
Green; Cail; hut returned from Plant
Quite a crowd of Elarbee folks attended .
City and other points south.
the show at the State Farm I We hope to start the Bottling Works
The W. C. meets\ here again! Friday
t I afternoon. Saturday night. again tomorrow, as we are receiving

:Mrs. Autumll"ounlltloo,1, of Waldo ( Rev G. W. Smith will hold services Homo supplies now. We will make the THE MESSAGE

was here Friday afternoon. at Aaron Colcnmn's home Sunday rounds as fast as possible, but don't

night. Everybody; come. rush-as everybody is out and supplyis
L Mrs. O. W. Muines: and !Mrs. Jessie
Aaron Coleman was a visitor to limited. We will do our best.
Moines, of Louise were here Fri-
Starke Monday. See us. before you sell your Syrup.

,I. day.Starko Quite lust/a number week attended court in ford John Monday Thorne afternoon.was a visitor to Rai- We can handle it at. market value. TO THE WORLD TODAY

Mrs. T. L. Willis was! a visitor to LAKE BUTLER:
Mrs.: Eva; Strickland has returnedto
Worthington Thursday afternoon.C. .
:. her home in Jasper after a threeweehV .
visit here with relatives and II. Newsom wa visiting relativesnear Lake Butler, Nov. 14.-Several hundred -

.; Graham Saturday d people arrived this week with

: friends.Frank/ Bevillts spent the weekendhere T. I,. Willis was a visitor to Worthington the: carnival to help make the fair a Here are a few of the fundamental things for which

and to attend
Saturday. success everybody: urged -

> J. I R. with Neville.his parents" 1an,1 Mrs. Remember church. at Old Bradford the Fair Friday and Saturday.: Baptists have always stood and for which they stand

every second Saturday and Sunday, The county examination was held!
: Jack Cail and grundsoti Napolian,
.school three o'clock I in the hrh school building this- week
f of Tampa aro visiting his /grandtla'iirhtor and! Sunday at I / today :
f afternoon., Everybody Invit- and well attended.
Mrs Percy Jones. this. week. Sunday was

i :Mrs. Klhel: Strickland returned to ed. :'I1i..1IflI'llaret. : Gary, of Richmond, Absolute liberty for all
home Mr.. and Mrs. [E. It. Andrea spent arrived Tuesday evening on an extended religious Jew and Gentile alike.
her Sunday at Hampton, accompanied
Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. visit. with :Miss Marshall Proc
by her mother. Mrs. Ben Wild.I

( rr. |I Ij Newsont. tor. Church membership composed only of converted and
of Miss Georgia 1 Edward, had as her :Mrs! E. I,. Overby and charming
Mrs.! Inther, Hall and, children' ,
j : / Hnmpton, spent the weekend herewith guest Sunday M-! Vera Surreney of little ,daughters' Elizabeth and :Margaret baptized persons.Selfdetermination.
Tine! Hill. of Richmond Va. arrived! in t
Nid Mrs.'N. :
her ,p.irents, :'II r. P.II
Rev. Barnes filled his regular ap- Lake Butler Tuesday evening for several
.r""es.I -I in all
I! tjuite; a number from here attended :i pointment at Old, Bradford Saturdayand weeks' visit with her parents religious: matters without any
I Sunday. :Mr. and l Mrs. :S S. Proctor.Outler .
the parly, ut Co'rilnturddY: evening ,i overhead
, Mr. and! Mrs Joseph F:. Williams, I Boyd, of Worthington win' overlordship or management of any kind.

I the It i of Worthington, tended church here in town this wt .>k, I
Jim Dyal, of Williford. spent ,
t weekend here with his fnmily.f i !Sunda-': '. 'I !Mr.' and !Mrs. Joe Green and baby The supreme sovereignty of Jesus in all matters of the
---- ---- of i Guilford; visited relatives in town I
- -- -
;\ I It,\I FOIW this week.
f rid Eft I ; | I I soul.
, . Wlllard\ Parker spent Sunday with I

f\ !- T'hm.rt'ssa. Nov-- -It.--II. S. Roebuckwas 1 Raifnrd. Nov. l 11.-:Miss Thelma his family. I The Bible the law of Christ's
Si-hell; of Lake Butler, made' a business i- The B. Y. P. U. rendered a pleasing reign.
a visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr
j trip over here Friday Sunday evening Every
; program
Mrs.: C. A. Youngblood and

daughter and, Nealie. spent Saturday The teams Raiford played High the School Lake basketball Butlerteams Lake Baptist Butler young is man cordially and woman invited to in It is for the promotion of the salvation of lost souls

night at the home of his brother Autumn
Youngblood, ,near Waldo, returning Friday afternoon the girls join this training service of the Bap- everywhere and the fuller propagation of these princi-
playing a tie and the boys were de tint church, and each one is requested

J t home Sunday. I feated. t., bring friend. that theBaptist
and children ples
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. :Moore
Rev E. C. Well tilled his regular
Captain Brown, of the State Farm.
wcTtvisitors to the county me-
tronelis. appointment at the Baptist church was in town Tuesday attending the
I Saturday. here. ul1llay.11' Fair.

}Uev..Jno. :Mullady tilled his regular I IItPf'u.intml'nt :\ and :Mrs..1. F. Canova and Miss: J. M.: Alvarez, of Starke was in
here ut the Christian
75 Million
cht-rrh Sundiiy. |' Anna Canova, of Stake were over town Tuesday.Mr. CampaignIs

visitor here at church Sunday.Miss and Mrs. Furchgott and son
Mrs. Mary K. Holder was a
, I'I'I I Mamie Denmark spent thewI.t'k'ntl are guests of :Mr. and Mrs.! Frank
to Pnirke 'Vdrrs.bty.
I in Lake )Cutler with Rivers.
I.iUlo IMUrtiM li.lle, 1\ ..d and Dorothy
I t tive. I Mr. and Mrs. Hayes and children, asking $75,000,000 in-cash and
the 5-year
Pnlntka, pledges
Hagan, of spent during
t tr-enJ here with relatives. I Iwe' nul"h1111'1'7. and Warren !Perkins. of Starke, spent Tuesday in' Lake

(" :Staike were in town Sunday after- Butler, guests of Mr and Mrs;: J. II.
r :Messrs. R. A. Weeks, J. W. Andrews I

Jr., and J. M. Alvinv'. orlarlo.I' neon.Mr Scarborough./ While hero. they tookin
: :Mann. :Marion Bn-wning andI
the Fair
, weif. visitors here WedieUiifternefm. > I ndriikmulf; ,. u l business, trip Hubert Edmonds arrived in Lake Victory Week Nov. 30-Dec.? 7

Tak Butler T-ti-mlny. Butler Sunday night for a weeks vis > [
M. Wooilaril, 'lurnl',1VII".I"<
Prof 'ma \ """i unit \\ MT II it with friends and relatives lie has
is .'
night to Hndtreii'l' whenh 11t \
his for service in --- .,<1-- ..,..J -._
received discharge ,
i played after. ]>endirii: a fo..b < L --ttFinast:!...-....,
the We arc glad to have this
here with his family.Mr. .
I II" ..n''' worthy young man with us. again.
i '\ :. I\I.f.! "'<

t child Butler're with.'' nt relatives.C. .i.e \'oe! ( ;L-and ,at ak 000t, R.G.Springs.! W. attended S. Ware,the of Worthington fair Monday -- If you believe this is a worthy program line up with the

,, A. Youngblonii .vm a visitor to txtusrSfAlfO S. S. Proctor visited Brandy Branch Baptist church of your community for

Hampton Wednesday.Mr. ;
and Jacksonville this week.D. .
and Mr G. W. Ilin.ion were
1. ..: TIMS ONLY W. Borum spent the weekendwith "MILLIONS FOR
his family. MASTER"This
if i No Worms in a Healthy Child AT vcxja cooccas
Arthur Brannen is visiting his family -
All children troubled with worm have V an- -
" ,5. bMllhy" .which Iniitrartl, pour blend sad as af this week. .
rule,there l m more or lees stomach dUmrbancaCHOVE MAXWELL HOUSE r. P. Dekle and sons, Kirk and Julian
\ 'S TASTLLESS chllltONH! : *lvon reauUrl of Five Mile, attended the Fair Space Contributed By
Mood improve
I far two or three week will enrirh the
'j'\ the digestion,,, and act vie a r>fw *al scr o.ft' COFFEE Tuesday.Mrs. .

, ..... nin, Tonic to I- i >l ti 1Vft N.nuct wi T. D. Proctor and daughter,
,. ;
.. throwoffurdut.' it M.ia
I uerfoct health. 1'........" W.....- BUc\ our bottle I Ruby, and Earl Markham, spent Sun- -


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