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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1917
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02103
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:: \'' SPECIAL efforts are being made by a fire in the grate and a It never comes to Christmas but I ; i I.
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- i k'r: spread a revival of the old cuss light in the hall, Ever stop to wonder why your think about the times ft lo .

; toms regarding Christmas Some years For it's Christmas time again, landlord owns that house you are We used to save our pennies and l I
:; ago a Boston woman with a touch of .
If J antiquarian spirit managed to etlmu- And the sleighbells ring and the living in? There's our nickels and our dimes
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"' late Boston to revive a.pretty Yule- children call, And we bunched them all together,
\ tide custom by celebrating its coming little brotherPutmsomethingforthe
t. by singing carols in the streets and by For it's Christmas time again. even baby I

\ Illuminating the houses through the It's time for a Christian land to raise IT PA Y $ present that 0
placing of candles in the windows. we always'gave to mother.
.$'; Other cities emulated Boston in. this Her loudest paeans of love and matter. In Carlisle, Pa.. a community
Christmas tree was lighted in the pub- praise We began to talk about it very earlyin
lie square, and its glowing joy was For the Holy Babe of the Bethlehem If it didn't, he'd sell it. December,

( 'continued candles all placed along the in streets the windows by lighted days, If it pays him to own it, it would 'T wu a very serious matter to us

many of which showed in the middle For it's Christmas time again.There's \ children, I remember, 1kcfj
of the rooms so lighted up, displayed pay you. And we used to whisper nightly our
.,:. to the passersby the night, private
:VChristmas' trees the glitter and beauty a wreath of green at the suggestions to each other,

,l>, of which thus were shared with alL windowpane, Make Yourself a Present of a Home This Christmas .For by.nothing cheap and tawdry
I' .An objection to this attempt at glad-
." For it's Christmas time again could we show our love*for
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we of candles-has been the risk of And the church bells echo I mother.
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even of gas seem to minimize the Idea refrain,* desire Many location you prefer. ,/ Hers must be a gift of beauty, fit to

Of danger, and there are different de- For it's Christmas time again. See us at once-we may have the very propertyyou i" symbolize her ways;
w vices that-may be applied to do away
"f with all risk In the carrying out of Oh,it's time to turn with the golden want now. It must represent the sweetness and

the friendly suggestion. It is advised smile I the love that marked her days.It .

therefore that "the gladness and L. H. HILL must be the best our all
", brightness the home on Christmas I To the friend we doubted and money,
eve be not-kept behind closed blinds," scorned awhile, I combined, had power to buy, y
and to that end it is suggested that the And be something that she longed
i' light from every window, whatever its To rid our hearts of their greed and LaWtey, :: Florida
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'. light is associated with all that is good For it's Christmas time again.LaliaMitchettln .... 1i 1 Then it mattered not the token,once
:;:, in life. The glow of the crackling Yule
the purchase had been made. 1
\ log betokened the hospitality ready tot Ltuliu'Home Journal. .
: greet the stranger at that time, butt It was smuggled home and hidden
: there was more to it than that Light and with other treasures laid,
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v? off evlj spirits.-Sallle Wlstar in Phil a- Passing ChristmasEve And we placed our prwmt proudlyin 0
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resistance in Chaucer's the delicious South African night Is1 We used to save our pennies and Si z
,, day, but this dish gave"place to simply to miss one of the Joys of liv. ,
the peacock, and the peacock in its ing. "No one knows the stars who our nickels and our dimes,
turn was conquered by the turkey, has not slept, as the French happily : CLtrn 'y when Cap John Smith, fresh from put, It. a la belle etolle. He may know ** sisters and the brothers
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hIs Virginian wars, came home to tell all their\ names and distances and mag- /,
1 the amazed English folk of the bird hltades and yet be Ignorant of what (at A Who still have the precious privilegeof Srtrj .
r'" that he saw parading the new world alone concerns mankind-their serene'and W' buying for their mothers.
forests "exactly like a proud Turk gladsome influence on the mind." J
,i Showing off before his harem." Stevenson surely would have loved -American Boy.,

When the peacock was In its gloryat Rhodesia for its nights alone. i! ( NewYea ...
Christmastide its plumage was generally One great advantage of the long. ,. \
restored to the roasted bird and I drought from which we had been suffering .
f c Its beak gilded. Sometimes the whole -In Rhodesia one must needs bean
bird was covered with gold leaf and a optimist or die-Is that there were f= Ij I Here's a Merry U
; trip of cotton, saturated with spirit, practically no mosquitoes and very few I
k ttt alight in its beak-a relic possibly, files, so that the stuffiness of a mos t Christmas GamTHE
f with ** he English snapdragon and quito curtain was unnecessary. e
I blazing pudding, of the fire worship of The night was cool and silent, ex \ & \
j. ,. pagan days. A lady of noble birth and I cept for the distant howl of a jackal f
,. great beauty was always chosen to and the occasional hoot of an owl. J old English game of tip re-
bear the bird into the banqueting mall About five o'clock the life of day began I the use of enough assorted
i. In the days of tournaments it was to stir, and the sun gradually turned Christmas candies, nuts raisins
., .. over the peacock that the knights,.....th the mopanl and mimosa trees to a and other dainties to make a small pile H 4'Jjh
uplifted swords, swore their oaths of golden green and bathed us in the upon a table, also a pair of sugar tongs.
chivalry and valor. The last record osuch f scent of mimosa blossom, the go away One ot the party is chosen, who must i
fare seems to have ben not upon bird called Impertinently from a bush i retire to another room, while the remaining
a Christmas, but at the banquet given close by, and two green parrakeets I players decide upon one of the '
by the duke of Granada to the dukeof flew over oifr heads. dainties in the pile to be known aa
Clarence, afterward William IV of Then one little sleeper after another rune 1 "tip. The chosen person Is theo! recalled /
England.It rubbed his eyes; and crept to the foot t and with the tongs removes
must be admitted that golden peacocks of the l.eV to fathom the treasures :w/ ( I (f((ci? \ plece from the pile, trying to avoid
and boars' heads have most hi- the Christmas stocking. As the sun 0 the piece named Tip, of which, however
luring sounds to one with a Jaded ai>- rose higher tongues were loosened,and he does not know the location. All
petite, and the England of old. withIts : soon crackers cracked, and trumpets, 0 pieces removed belong to him unless he
roistering carol ji'lntprppms: n I six of them, were heralding the morn, moves "tip," when all must be returnedto !
most attractive land to hive lived In. if not exactly In the manner of the an the pile and the turn passes to the
But the Englishman of today i* niorothan next player, who retires to the other
well content tn have his carols gels.The noise worried no one. But when room while another "tip" is named., A 0
sung by a little cockney lad to laugh: we had had enough we dispersed to player may pass his turn when, afterdrawing
at the pantomimes In his magnificently k seek baths and some of us were even several pieces, he wants to 1
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comfortable theaters and to feast nt energetic enough to have a round of avoid the possibility of losing them
home on turkey, mince pie and the golf before breakfast.-"The Heart of through drawing "tip." The game continues j1t
b'",lng nmMlnlo the Veld." by Madeline Alston .- until the pile disappears.
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a PAGE. FOUR. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER U, I81rjte t.t .:

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you found no one over there. OtherI I the other man's weapon wag full tzPGt;

wise, of course, they would not let i his breast. Into the eyes of his foe'
( c ... Thetfeettog you come back. You see it is all very he saw leap the deadly glare of hatre('
I'
Juff simple, serpwint" as the grimy }hands tightened, about
g m A &Groan "As simple as suicide, colonel." i the butt us the finger prepared to p_l
"I can do no more than wish you the trigger. Sergeant Lyndham hat:

tf; acsteraNc sDapcrl&dna good luck. However, you will start more than half expected to .be )killed:
0 c at once." With another salute Lynd before the war was over, but he never;|
ham turned upon his heel and walked pictured his end as coming like thlk
away. I at the hand of one who was '
dread
'
I Well upon his way, he lay In the ; little better than a dead man. Yet
darkness on the field between the opi'I what was to be would be, and In what
I I posing battle lines. Over his head (1 he believed to be his last moment

r o '>fl shells were hurtling, shrieking off Into ( earth a thought flashed across lIPoq hIa;
I z the distance with the wall of banshees.The i mind. For the first time throughout''

glare of search bombs threw their I the black night he had Just passed fc*

ghastly light upon a field still more remembered what day this was, 'Q4"; _
I I ghnstly. Occasional flights of machine
O I bullets swept over him like
gun
'. H gusts of cyclone driven hall. He came r
: HOLIDAY GARMENTS I to a shell crater the size of a cellar

t ; and crept into it. It was half full of I
I mire and the sudden blaze of a rocket I .j
tr. revealed horribly torn and bleeding
bosom of
Sergeant Lynd:
half submerged in the drainage
THE was filled to the brim with I things I
water of the hole. Filled with unutterable -

k this disgust and and loathing.loathing Nor entirely was- I repugnance he abided his time,

: The Holiday Season Calls for I without reason. Months of wallow- and in! a moment of pitch darkness
clambered over the edge and resumedhis
Ing like a pig in the mud of trenches
snakelike crawl through the murk.
.. II does not sweeten the soul, and whenIt '
He reached the wood, found the
i is combined with endless duties in 11"1
the cold fall rains of maze of entanglements, and making ':.. ,
: Smart a shell-swept re-
Clothing 1 a breach with his wire-cutter, crawledto i'v
gion that Is akin to the borders of
the edge of the excavation, peered
.
inferno, the nerves become ragged.
and listened. No sound came from the 'it.J:1
I Hence had come about the curdling of
blackness below, and he slid over the I
t.i
the milk of human kindness which had ( "
: You can't afford be dressed previously existed within him. top. Silently he sat until the first faint I .r'i....""-
to carelessly light of morning came peeping down ... -
Nor had a few little midnight surprise :
through the foliage, then cautiously;
parties over the top in which the Around the ;iff;
he his advance. <
began

:; .1 i during the Christmas tide. bayonet resistance had been tended the to principal decrease these piecede turns gathering he light zigzagged, revolver his In way hand In, see the \'A.;:'\':"""

I sensations. Even being bowled 20 evidence :"{ 1
I ing nothing but the grewsome ,.
i feet by the concussion of a shell had
of the strife that had raged
'' 17-x You will find that this carries line ofMen's I not cheered him. But It had remained about him. Then he made another sharp "A Chrlrtmas J1_s:
Merry
complete to You
store a i for a whiff of poison gas and a turn;he stopped suddenly. Before him, FritzHt'I. ,
of fire set and I Grinned. .'1
quirt liquid to solidify
the wall,
sitting with his back against J
f' and Women's Ready-to-Wear his mind to Its present condition. ..
s;
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was a German, who held a revolver the sardonic humor of the thing flflgj
I ( Alive dead, unborn
or as yet ,
Ser-I
leveled at his breast. Swiftly Lynd- him. "Shoot And a merry Christina
Lyndham of the fixed t
I for the Holidays Ceant was the other. "
I ham's glance swept to you, Fritz, he grinned. '
ion that he did not like the Bodies
beard of the
Above the unshaven Slowly the fingers of the other
,< .' And the last 24 hours had been one who confronted him the cheeks laxed. His eyes softened, and a

particularly obnoxious from the fact were the sickly color of death, yellow sigh came from the heaving chest 'reo'l

I: 1' : WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING that they had been entirely sleepless, with the unwholesome color of a bloodless lips opened again.
The horizon was still lurid with can- mushroom. Mud coated him as an envelope "Himmeli And so It Is

I non flashes and the uproar remained from head to toe, and down morning I I had forgotten." The hug |
: fiendish despite the fact that It was his breast a small red trickle was sank to the ground and the head fe3!
hours after midnight, but he was ac'customed creeping. Slowly the bearded lips forward. Very faintly the voice ,i
L Men's Shirts 75c to $3.50. wu,
: : : to such things and knew parted as words bitter with hate fell arising. -

that once asleep, they would not trouble from them. "'Peace on earth and good win to )

1 :4.1 Beautiful line of Men's Neckwear ) him. Also, for all he knew, he "Achi I You have come again, have man' What good that I should shoot
might dream of something pleasant He But
I you, abominable Engllshersl you you, when many more are doubtless ;
for the Christmas trade was free now for a few hours within return to an empty victory, since we your back-and none of mine!
r Special his blankets, and was In the act or' have withdrawn our force to a more trenches you have regained-for. dnl-nl
.removing his boots when his captain desirable place. You may have this time being. Five minutes more tad
25c, 50c and $1.00.Men's ; ,thrust his head within and motioned abandoned sty in welcome, but first shall be dead. I die it Is the
: :for him to come forth. Knowing that you I shall kill." hour of a man's life as this Is the
l liF !''something both new and disagreeable Lyndham thought rapidly. Though est day Neln. I will kill no W1olf.t.

Hats. $1.50, 2.00, 2.50 : : ,confronted him, he arose and stepped he had a revolver In his hand, his hand His face raised, and a faint smile
l ; .
'I. I ''out as commanded. I hung at this side, while the muzzle of ,edit "Hem Christmas, EnI118her.- ,...
3.00 and 4.00. I For a quarter of a mile they silently
"i; | wound their way along a muddy ";;.

...,. ;,road until the dim lights of a partially
Shoes, Men, Women and Child- :'shell-ruined house appeared before

them. Into this they entered, and the LAITEy STATE BANK t1E

r renallprites. sergeant, casting his eyes about, saw
:the colonel of his regiment sitting at )
1
; All Wool Blue Serge suits Mens, $11.00,16.00, 22.50 ,:ition.a table. Saluting he stood at atten- ,

"Sergeant Lyndham," said the colonel -

:. Ladies Coat Suits reduced in : thoughtfully. "A few months ago Christmas Accounts
Ii price, 129814.95, up ,when,yon accompanied one of our airmen 1
f over the line and destroyed a

plant of the enemy, you did a very
Beautiful line of Sweaters, including 'brave and skillful thing. For that'I. They're awfully annoying when they
d .
act you were made a sergeant Tonight :

; .; \ Wool and Silk. :we must have another duty per- come in after the pleasure of the Holidays
formed, and I have selected you because -

;i ii Full line of I of my confidence In your courage I is all and there
Staple and Domestic and ability. It is very likely that passed, is no money to meet .

: will not return, yet war demandsIts
you
; Goods, consisting of Ginghams, I' sacrifices. Without knowing more i them with.
I 'of this new duty do you volunteer to 1
Cheviots Homespun try and accomplish It?" It was plain I i
BleachI
I There is avoid
enough now that there would be no always one way to

>: :: ings at prices below the market. : rest and or the sleep sergeant's for him disgust again and this night loath- this embarrassment--- :'

: ing mounted accordingly. Yet he man

f Ladies Skirts in Serge, Wool, Pop- I.. aged"Yes to, swallow sir," he them.grunted. The colonel Bank 1

> : I lin and Silks. I : nodded. Keep a Deposit in' J
"You brave and
ne ? I I are a willing soldier
i sergeant Were it not for the fact that

: : : -L : Full and complete line of I : like the regiment you I would contains sometimes so many become men That's the logical place to keep your


; y I r Christmas Goods, Dolls and filled for the with reason fear I and sent sadness.tor you. Now You money, anyway. It's always safe and always ;

aSi will remember the trenches which run J

.. ( Toys of every description. through"Slightly Tiller's, colonel woods,I do helped yon not cap?" I''. available. A few strokes of the pen,


ture them from the Bodies at the point : it matters not where you are, and it is yours ]
(r- of the bayonet""And I

; s I In turn were driven from to use as will.
you
:them the "
by same amiable gentlemen. i

We are After Your Christmas Shop Lyndham made a wry face. j,

"Yes, colonel. But they surprised i
us most unfairly. It was all very disgusting
i 0 Trade. and made me loathe them." Start a bank account before
ping "I have no doubt But now listen.

We have reason to believe that they Christmas
and add to it after
r x have evacuated the position, while it ,
has become Important that we regainIt
'" You will follow my reasoning. If Christmas. You'll}
s:\ enjoy it.
*' the enemy has deserted the ditch we
I"; N. STERNBERG wish to know it, while If he has not
It Is equally Important that we should
I know, since we must be advised beforehand
II what we may expect when we W. F. Godwin, Pres. L. H. Hill, V.-Pres.
I make our advance-whether resistanceor

unopposed occupancy. Therefore, 1 11. C. Byrd Cashier
Starke Florida i we are compelled to send someone as ,
a scout to ascertain the conditions.."
; I "And because of the darkness and
f. I I treetops the airmen are useless?" "BOXING CHRISTMAS REUNIONS
DAY"I I
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------- I "Exactly. Therefore, you will crawl
d n upon your stomach to the wood, going \
BEST A CHRiSTMASLULLAB Y alone the better to escape observation.By I
CHRISTMAS GIFI go back to the "grind" many families whose mem-
AMERICANS
working your way flat upon the HOW
after
Christmas and
,smok have been dispersed!
f "A fountain Half an hour before midnight ground and Instantly becoming still ing the cigars that
pen, answered an en- on the wife chose scattered far and wide in the
r i jthusiastic young philosopher to the Christmas eve in Mexico the "Litany should their lights fall upon you, you because of the "pretty bands," but restless struggles of life are on tide
mistaken
be them for
by what
;'question "What was your best Christmas of the God Child" is sung. It Is after may to become you the Englishman observes boxing day day reunited and meet once again In
are likely one of the dead
gift?" this that the world-famous lullaby that day. The name would lead one fiat happy state of companionship and
of which will
men you pass many, ifs to
"I had a hundred-dollar watch given o song of all Mexico, the "Roro," lucky. Should suppose something In the nature of mutual good will which Is a source of
;f e to me once," he added, "but even thatIsnt I heard. Mexican you are you return with a fistic encounter, but the supposition such pure and unalloyed delight and
Every
mother knows this Information, well and good; if not, Is wide of
z as necessary as a fountain pen. I the mark. The 'boxing" one so Incompatible the cares and
this "Rock-a-bye" song, which is supposedly we will be compelled to adopt other
1v If you get the right kind you simplywouldn't means simply boxes-the/ neat little sorrows of the world that the religious
for the soothing of the infant means to secure our information You
be caught dead without It packages presented to the housenflld, belief of the most civilized nations
1'
: Jesus. In time and tune It is not had best plan to arrive there by the the cook,
the
It never leaks: It never clogs. It'll unlike L. postman, the policeman, and the rude traditions of the rough
write a clear, steady line on any old the American song, "Old Gray first light of day that you may be able the railway conductor, the dustman. est savages alike number it among the
to observe conditions. If you find the The
paper. It'd be cheap at $10, and it Goose. boxes are now generally quite first Joys of a future condition of ex
will
trenches have
Many other nations besides empty you to run round, about
the MexIcans the
only cost $2. 0. size of a fifty cent istence provided for the blest and
"What are you doing now?' I asked have their Christmas songs, but for It coming back. We will be watching piece In the great number of cases, happy 1 How many old recollections
and if I
y. "Selling fountain pens," he said.- ,. not many have distinctive Yuletide lullabIes though you we may see not you succeed returning In reach even and are as much slIver as the govern and how many dormant sympathies
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New York World. ment thinks best to put fnto does
a two I Christmas time awaken ICharletDlckena.
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T: A surprise package to each customer which will be valued from $1.00 to $5.00. Be sure and _

attend this great sale. Special attention given to out of Starke customers. _

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$35.00 Blue Serge Suits $17.50 $2.00 and $3.00 Childen's Shoes, all sizes1.49 up colors ____________________95c and $1.49 up
@ $2.00 value Ladies house Slippers, pink, $5.00 Ladies Skirts all colors,silk assorted
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$20.00: and $25.00 gray assorted '; rte-d-- ____________ ____ ___________ ____ @
f Suits ______________._"_..________ $1 blue and all assorted colors $1.19 sizes -: $2.95, 3.45 and $.1.95 :
'('. Boys $6.00 Suits, Gift Sale______________$2.49 up OUTING FLANNELS 10 doz. suit cases, $2.00 value, sale price--$1.19 up
_____ $1.00, $2.00.and $3.00 Men's flannel Shirtssale.price ;
$8.00 Men's high grade Pants, Gift Sale $1.19$4.98 5000 yards Outing Flannel, 20c value______12 l-2c ________________85c, 95e, and $2.19 .
Men's work Pants :- up 3000 yards Dress Ginghams, 16c value________12c A special price on Ladies Muslin Underwear
II- Sh s$45 d$6.e.$3.49
300 pair Men's ___________ ________
lIJ Men's and Boys.Hats_____________98c up to $1.98 5000 yards Flannel :- 161-2c GROCERY DEPARTMENT
# _______ 300 yards Homespun and bleeching, 15c val____lie
; Men's ribbed and fleeced Underwear _at________61c 49c 500 yards dress apron gingham 25c value16 l-2c Lard _________________________________ 22 l-2c .
Special ribbed Underwear for Ladies 1500 yards wool dress goods, 85c value________45c .lice ____________________________________._ 9c
l $20.00 and $25.00 Ladies Suits at-________$13.45 $5.00 Ladies Sweaters_________________$1.98 up Grcan Coffee ----------------------------- 18c
; ;'I $15.00$15.00 and and$18.00$20.00 Ladies Ladies high Coats grade at__Suits_________$11.49_$9.98 20c Men's and Ladies Hose________________13c up Vinegar Vinegar_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__30c 9c per per gal.qt. ;
'" _____________ 35c Ladies silk Hose, assorted. colors19c-23c Grits $5.35 per sk.
y i : $10.00 Ladies Sport Coats at- $3.49 --------------------------- 4x.50
1 75c and $1.00.Lahes silk Hose_ 49c Meal $4.15 per sk.-
sizes from 3 to 14 ------------- ----------------------------
i 1. $ years Children's'at ____Coats__________________$3.49 and up 350 pair Tennis Shoes, boys men's and Ladies.59c Self-rising: : Flour, 1-2 barrel______::__________ $6.10Selfrising "11'-
Hour, 24 lb. sack $1.60Selfrising
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Ladies velvet Hats all descriptions $1.00 Ladies Corsets at 63c
$5.00 and $6.00 -------- ------------
,, __________________________ $3.49 $3.50 special value 1 Blankets at___________ $2.49 1 Flour, 12 Ib. sack "- .------- -- 80e ,
( @ $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00 Hats__________________75c Special price on Men's work Pants_________$1.29 Tomatoes j.cr nn --------------. ---- 12 1-2c '-
$4.00 and $5.00 Ladies Shoes High top, 75c Men's work Shirts, special price43c and 59c Kerosene Oil ---------------------- 13c per gal.
I ____________ Shorts sack 100 Ibs $2.60 ,
Gun metal button and lace $2.98 $5.00 Crepe De Chine all silk Waists all per ------------------
$4.00 and $5.00 Men's work Shoes$1.98 up sizes, blue and pink________________$3.98 Molasses feed, 100 lbs. ___________________$2.55

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I -on, dear," Bern pusnea DaC& aw 1
: ;'t'. '. oao --OCIOOClO' OClO' ICOn chair, but Farley was before her. She -
.1" found him bending over the old Ability to Give Gifts
p o man, tending him like an experiencednurse.

His LastRequest "It's. only an attack of acute indigestion Is Secured By .
A Sensible ," he told her. "He'll be all right.
r Fm a good doctor." He smiled downat
her. and Mr. Benchley groaned and Economy In Buying h
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0 \ Jt Mr. Benchleyr Beth asked. "I'm sosorry -'

"Don't you feel don't weUI feel I Losh well. mon, hear And economicl buyers throughout this entire com- :

t ( Christmas: : By JULIA GRAY the lass talk. Get more hot water. munity are fast finding out that this store is the -: '
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s Twas on'le a bit of a wee fuddle I had x
the nlcht, but it left mo dowershle.
ECONOMY CENTER
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f, \.., : 0 .. o EVEN room had put on quite a Do they miss me down below?" Handling as we cio everything for the home and i
c I ; 0 ; : appearance Christmas He was of face, but there wasa
grave '
make it much
'-! We to
r ,., I Y rather cold person. can very your inter
I morning. It was twinkle In his eye. Alan raised him
{.' and the furnace was In Its usual state up and placed a couple of pillows be- tat to trade with us. ;
t L of coy reserve but Farley had stock hind him for support.
t o holly and evergreen around the oil "Now you're gay enough, sir" he Groceries, Hay, Grain, Food Stuff, Etc. When you ,'
; If would spend sensible paintings of garnished fish and "High said. .. '
oj '<)t you a.. D land Cattle" and each table had a Benchley looked from one face to begin to count up the wants of the family, consider I I

i o brave sprig of mistletoe tied with crtnv the other one on each side of hto bed, all the lines then come to the ECONOMY STORE .
:,', make sensible son and green ribbon laid beside each and his eyes glowed from under their
}. 0 Christmas, plate. That was Beth's spedal offer- thatch of heavy gray brows. and we will supply you, at economy prices. And*

: ing.As "You'll be married the day" he answered when you finish filling your own needs you'll find '
I each member of the householdcame slowly. "I once loved a lass I
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:, t' presents o in the greetings were hearty and to my sorrow Alan. She was to wait you have some money left for gifts-and these, too, .e ;
quite satisfactory even to Beth. She for me, and I puir fool worked my life want to sell
0 D \we you.
n.. \\i. had not thought the experiment would !. out for her and she married a long

!".1Y a o o o bring out even that much fellowship legged loon,in the next town. I'm ten- Dealers also in Chickens, Eggs, Tallow and Hides;; .: 3
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n o crowd at-Mrs. Forbes'. highest prices paid.DOUGLASS. \
iJ.i : o Presents that Will be of value and ser- She put the prettiest bunch of all I : -i
and a card of Christmas cheer besideMr.
Benchley's plate. Poor grouchyold ; j
vice to the recipients Scotchman, nobody ever had a & KNIGHT I
good word for him. In all the months
o that she had been an inmate of the Lake Butler, Fla. 1 j
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D Forbes domicile she couldn't remember
V o, that anyone had ever given him evena P. 0. Box 15 Phone 4 .v
pleasant greeting. He came downstairs
i Your Presents will be Characterized I to breakfast late and always -1
ft grumbling, grumbled at his food which
Carrie, the colored maid slid across
the table at him, grumbled at the furnace ;(.*JEAMARTN

Sense and Good Taste if o I and weather and the mailman .
it, T by n I at the boarders and Mrs. Forbes and r :, "!
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But Beth liked him best of all. That
You Buy Them Here morning she had found outside her
door a box of fresh violets and a book 0
she had been wishing for inscribed t
from her sincere friend, Alan Farley.
t .c 0 I It was the book more than the inscription
1 0 D I that showed the thoughts of the ) ,
4 n 0 I giver, for It was named "The Well Be- r1 It will and
save
you money
, o In our large and well selected loved As Beth glanced through it r trouble. Gives description and
she had smiled,
remembering a verse
full information on all seeds for
'General l Stock you can find'pres-I that Browning Alan: liked to repeat from Mrs.. S QUID 4; fall planting. Our stocks are com ,

t What shall I give to my beloved? PLANm plete, assuring prompt shipment
suitable for member of 0 I A little faith all undlspr ved. I S JAOOWVW
1 6 ents any D I That was what he gave to her only "Came and Downstairs Breakfast' Late SEZDCQ Always Grumbling.
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not in small measure, in full rich measure Southern Seeds
the for father and mother G
; g family all his heart's faith and love, askIng
:; ;, t p I ing you noo, they will na wait too long.
n I Il C>;> her to believe in him and be patient The sex Is changeable. I've set my Carefully grown, closely selected always -
l 0 down to the little tots...or for for his success. And she could heart on seeing you married before I dependable. Full assortment garden :
not tell him that she didn't give a rap get another turn for the worst""Oh and field. Strawberry tad vegetable ,.
4 II I for his success; that she would rather Mr. Benchley you're all right" plants also a specialty. Write
friends and neighbors. a hundred times over have been marred began Beth, hastily but he put his today for our new fall catalog. I
: to him, even if she had kept on hand
)I with her own work, and they had been "Don't up warningly.shock me or alarm me and L A. Martin Seed Co.

f. '{ o Also before Christmas and i] I running mates together. So between don't be arguing wl' me neither for Jacksonville, Florid ,
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them was the promise of marriage and
o my heart's no too strong at that. I've
to the boarding house at large he was talked this wi' Alan before
out you : 1 ,
Oafter Christmas is past, you can "there sincere friend. come at all, an' he's beginning to see i
"The old man's sick in bed said .
licht a'ready. rye been watching both ___ __ j
Carrie briskly as she swept the crumbs -n ____ ____ ___
of this long while and I'm sick o'
LI sure satisfy all the needs of the from Beth's place. "He ain't coming the you lalligagglng and waiting. You can 'I'V" ...
I 4 4i ?I I down. He's groaning go quietly over the river to Jersey and
fearful"'V a aI aa
Around the
Christmas Tree
I I family here. be married right away and I'll pay the aI
DOHfriBtmaa bill. Get ready lass." ,
o i Alan's her be '
Horning eyes begged to yield- I I,
Ing, but it was the old set face lying
Our were "bought for !
ii Ii goods back on the pillows that moved her to r
I act as he wished, and she slipped up "
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U the people, and we cordially solicit I t) to her own room without a word to any ,

o I dt one.When they came back it was the din- _
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Y' D your custom.o I ner hour two o'clock on holidays, and
r as they came down stairs together :
Beth heard a voice in the dining room,
L' i: a resounding, hearty strong voice, Mr. __
Benchley speaking."I .
r a.p had to use subterfuge wi' them,"
) aJc ; he was saying. "They're both obstinate .r. IU
o Few Suggestions Be1owh c but so am I, and I've married
0o 1 M t) them off safe and Bound by making it
dying request. An' when .
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them coming in you're to gl them a

i y. n o H 1)) cheerHe stopped". short. Beth came first,
DOLLS all sizes DOLLS
< blushing and wide-eyed, with a sprigof ':
mistletoe on her breast and another
.in her fair hair. And the old fellow U tLkE

Go Carts Black Boards oI k I waited breathlessly till she came .
o ;: : 1| near. Bending over her he kissed heron
her cheek. '

D o Wagons, Velocipedes I: L .) ,I day"And," he mey flnhhed.Copyright God bless you both the %


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; t o Cannons, Xmas Stockings ( In her evening prayer, told of a child ra:
1t she had seen in the street that day. ,
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Wood Blocks Tool Chests "He was ragged and I guess he was
c o I cold," prayed the little worshiper, "but _
that Isn't any of our business, is it?" : 8 _
That is the attitude of some; people at
0' : Christmas time. They do not seem to .,
: realize that it is their business to look :
out for any outside their own happy u i
i J. M. DARBY UL little circle, and such miss the best of .,
the day of days.-Girl's Companion. ,
II Good gracious! Loon what I
Not Especially for Father.
Santa brought! (I
H Starke Florida I A stocKtag full of Joy. j "Christmas wan created for chll- wnlvreJ
\ ;-: dren,"
q And a Teddy Bear that could i declares a contemporary. is i
n't get In.o quite plain that it was not arranged wpaly
C) l exclusively for the benefit of father.
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There's only one kind of GOOD o4 eHAJT Beginning-Saturday, December th, ,

Hardware That's the kind that / fMSTMAS 111 Tr We will hold 'a Christmas Sale of hats.
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1I Nothing under 75c, nothing over$3.50. J
stands for HARD WEAR. 4YDojg1osJIoJ\/ ) I Everything wilt be, sold at and below

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made in every line we handle. There'sno ice te n me I Knight's Millinery ,
sell or to b ,
guess work when you buy Hardware Every carol thai m< MRS. Ct A. KNIGHT Proprietor i.F

here. It always stands knocks and sings, STAllKS( FLORIDASEE

comes out ready for more service. Every anthem that ('! :
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THERE'S A REASONWe Sings of a peace 1 _
ever is. ours, I

know good hardware when Sings of a peace OUR

we see it; and are not afraid to spend never depart'L E
Peace of the Cl as,
good money for a good article to sell God-given Christ I

to people who demand the best. 1 Christmas that b s us HolidayLine
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the peace of earl T

When you wish to be sure there Before Doing YourChristmas I t

I is WEAR in your Hardware, come to Deep in the heart is the dwelling] f peace.

I the store that puts the "wear" in. There is the temple,the innenrt&t) shrine. Shopping -7

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For a short time I will sell some Stoves and Christmas is here with its message divine.- -

-. Ranges below cost price. See you the star in the heaven of blue, A few of the many useful gifts :.

. A Famous South Bend Malleable Range will Lighting the meadow the mill and the mart?,-
make a useful Christmas presents U is our Christmas r we have to show you are '

Star of our Christmas-.. MANICURING SETS SEWING SETS
; DeWitt C. JonesStarke Christmasthat brings us the peace ooh earl TOLIET SETS STATIONERY, XMAS BOXES '
VASES CANDIES .
COFFEE FILTERERS PIPES
Floridao
I Centuries so it has lighted the world, ... FOUNTAIN. PENS SHAVING SETS

r When we were weary has'given us calm; JEWELRY MILITARY SETS

10X301 IODOI IOCiO. .0Clog Flags have been flaunted and flags have ee DOLLS TOYS
o g furled, WATCHES
D The Adman has rented this =y
o Still it has lighted the pine and the palm: :. ,, s
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Your space to us; and wants us to hand Man on his earth cannot dim it with wron +; Something to please both young and old. See
Change it with all of his warriors a this, line before it is picked over.
o a lot of "Bunk" about our super- Still we have Christmas,, ,

D Glorious Christmas, :
o Dollars ior facilities for I
selling you something i* *
+ Christmas that brings us the pea6e of theTiearl> Weaver Drug Co.
for nothing under the famil-

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I e Will Buy More iar guise of Setting. something for e eo Life is a labor,and labor is loi ti'-. .: The Store

Only by effort we come to the goals t
nothing. We have never had '
We shall have need of the star and the song, RAIFORD FLA. .

Today time to hand out "!!unk"-in fact Owe Lamp for the highway and light for the soi ,

o M Lift up your eyes to its radiance clear,
have for it This much &
D no use oI '
o On a new year of your pilgrimage/,

Gladdened by Christmas, v
we will say-We have plenty of II

. 1 God-given Christmas, Fireworks of All KindsFor =*2
; goods you need, and if you want Than o Christmas that brie us the peace of the heart
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will Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos, Candies. Fish and
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come in and see what we They I, daunted by doubt, Oysters
at all times. Give me a part of your Christmas
I V''' aithful t0 duty.t0 God
have to offer both in the way of trade. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stand near depot.
S o and to man,
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. For Holiday presents let us advise things useful. playing your part, I (\
A i You will be surprised to know how little it costs
o For instance, material for a dress, or some Handkerchiefs 0 MaKing your Christmas to wire your house and how little it costss to use
e electricity. Everything furnished at cost We will
< Neckwear something new in j
or Hosiery, or
Merriest Christmas take pleasure in furnishing the information. Con
Crepe or Silk Waists. Can we show, you? Christmas that brings F suit our Superintendant or

=}'> you the peace of BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEESCity
J. W. MORGANo '-' .. X-"
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Starke Florida
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Don't let the Christmas spirit warp your judg- ,
fi in all the new Styles. In fact we

ment in giving.

t" keep nothing in house that is out .

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of
style. gaws that will do the recipients no good. ,


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BUY USEFUL, SENSIBLE GIFTS ;!f fI

7,:a lit instructions never to overlook I I '1

Our large stock contains many articles of value to every member of j
"talking" style in Clothing. He \
'k. a the family. You can find suitable presents .' i


L keeps thoroughly up with them, For Father For Mother j


and they are bought and sent on
: For Sister For Brother 1 it

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For Sweetheart For Friend
SUITS $12.50 to $25.00. n


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procession. Clothingof I I ,,
By CHARLES VKCIL TEVIS
1 We decorate our homes with spraysof holds
a unique place asa
i mistletoe at Christmas time, but
n= yearly celebration. The observance
I I I few of us know the history of it as n Heart of youth, 'tis of other holidays has changed, but
We want to clothe from I Yuletide symbol. Pretty girls are Christmas time- Christmas has yielded none of Its original
you
kissed and deal of
under It a great fun
Be !
singing sacredness. It Is now, as at first,
I and nonsense are carried on apropos of Every bell in climeIs essentially a religious day. Its reality ,
It, but no one stops to think of how every '
head to foot. We want to I ringing. voices a song of fraternity people
ancient a decoration It ifl or how sacredIt
Quality grow at this season more generous,
i-* was once thought to be. The ancient Eyes are sparkling, lipsare
more Indulgent, more human. It is
Celts In their Druidical religion had smiling,
evangelistic for the destruction of
clothe in apparel of newest two festivals, In June and
L, you great one Greetings merry, gifts malice and Ill-will-differences between
the other In December, the latter being beguiling.
one and another are forgotten.

i designs. We want to fit you with a suit that will of equivalent the these mistletoe great to our festivals was Christmas.a sacred the gatheringof rite.In both Matters your age nothing, what selfishness Year by, year and consequently Christmas devitalize the day;;,

Santa has the Yuletide Is a powerful factor for good. Great
The Druids believed that a potion
prepared from mistletoe would In stage I characters step from the spiritualized'atmosphere :
"one who knows. ; majestic deeds of charity,
stamp as
you crease their flocks and that the plant
leave their and
ev.
blessing example
was a remedy against all poison. It Turn the page of yester- '
Yuletide
erywhere. Is not merely a
was believed to be a curative for
many day,
I period of gift bestowal or solely a time,
I Ills, and this belief Is still to be found ForgettingAll la''
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of thoughtfulness. Its significance
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A .i.4 Z I In many remote places In Europe. In '
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but that the mystichour's Immersed
more profound. Feeling Is !
Ii Lacanne, 'France, for example, It Is
I In kindness. Conduct Is adapted to'what
always administered by the native
Begetting, Is highest and best.
1I
0 dwellers as an antidote for poison.
} The first plain Christmas, of which:
In the leading actor'smission
i In the northeast of Scotland people
that of today Is a sublime Issue, dignified
used to cut withes of mistletoe at the -
USlfIFlJJL: I March full moon; these they bent In Life's great promise, sacrifice. The Good Book says:'
I "And there were shepherds watching,
k'i I II circles and kept for a year to cure Love's fruition!
i 0 0 4 and keeping the night watches over
hectic fevers and other troubles. In Heart of youth, yours is their flocks." A manifestation of per-
Sweden on midsummer eve mistletoeIs
'I the play sonal sacrifice. Those who would be
diligently sought after the people On the wondrous Christ- rich must The need not be
(GIFTS I I believing It to be possessed of many give gift ,
Giving Is without limitation
mas Day! monetary.
mystic qualities, and that If a sprigof
'I -If to others
a singer give a glad-
It is attached to the ceiling of the
t song; If a millionaire In experience' I
dwelling house, the horse's stall or the
cow's crib, the trots will then be pow. ...... ___-'VV" ___ ""'- ____" give freely of advice; If a table of I
plenty, share the those
erless to Injure either man OP beast. repast with .
w Many German peasants also consider HINTS FOR BELATED GIFTS who are not only physically hungry,' a 1
*- the mistletoe a powerful charm againstevil but thirsty for sympathy; If Investe4'j j
a spirits. A similar belief seems to Bags and Apron Ar. Easily and with geniality, become a j 1

;. Neckwear, 35c. 50c. 65c. $1.00 FOR THE BOYS AT THE FRONTs have When lingered Aeneas descended among the Into Romans.Hadeshe Quickly waya Made Acceptable.For and They.Are Al- of laughter Be constructive., of service, of Followers encouragement of': !i

gathered, to protect himself from this doctrine draw from the season a' 1

Shirts 1.25,1.3S 1.50. Silk 3.50 the Infernal powers, a branch of mistletoe many weeks before Christmas. rich return In happiness. '
} which Vergil calls the golden the household Is busy with needle, ..
Khaki handkerchiefs $1.00 doz. bough. crochet hook and tatting shuttle, fashioning Don't Really Mean It t 1
30c. 35c. 55c. 55c. i I The custom of kissing under the mistletoe Christmas gifts for family and "Wishing your friends and neigh
Hosiery, I goes back to the days when friends. But, there' always are some bors a 'Merry Christmas' is a pleas J
Regulation ties 50c. Thor and Odin and all the other god belated gifts, that must be made dur- ing custom." ;'
.h to I of the Northland walked and talked ing the last few days, for friends that True, but I have conscientious scruples I
Hats
$2.00 $5.00 i with men. Baldur, the sot of Odin we would like to remember. against doing so," answered the I

and Frigga, the Apollo of Scandlnavian In such cases there is nothing more thoughtful man. I
; 50c. Trench metal mirror SOc.I 'I mythology, the flaxen-haired god quickly or easily made than bags and "What do you mean!" It:
I Caps, to $2.00 I of sunshine and Its attendant bless- aprons, and one never can have too "I fear a great many people say, "s
{ Jfy I lings, was loved by all earthly and many of either. Laundry bags, stockIng 'Merry Christmas! In much the same
Photograph case in khaki 75c. I heavenly beings save one-Loki, the bags, darning bags, piece bags and spirit that they ask, 'How do you dol
Sweaters, $2.00,5.00,8.00,9.00 I god of earthly fire and Its attendant bags for soiled handkerchiefs can be They don't care a hang how you do.-
evils. I made of chintz or cretonne, and fancy Exchange. .
<' kits I How of all the things animate and work bags, purse bags, and handkerchief -
I Collars, $1.80 per doz Soft or Linen Shaving complete $5.00 i inanimate In the world, except the' bags may be made of silk and Ye Chrystmass 'Tyme.
surly mistletoe, swore never to harm ribbon. Several of these bags can easily Mare everle kyndnesse ye have wrought
R f I I, the sun god and how Lokl slew Baldur be made In an evening, and they Uponne Vponne 'oure fellows menne .,
: Shoes, $2.00 to $7.50 Writing kits in khaki $2.00 I with a branch of it, has been told with are always acceptable gifts. Return thys to you blessed agalne.chrystmassa day

beautiful poetic power by Matthew And aprons-no woman ever had And maye eche logge whych blaxetb
i Arnold. too many A few of hlghe
I aprons. yards ging-
Kid Gloves $2.00 Khaki all wool sweaters $5.00tt I In conciliation, hoping to soothe the ham, percale and butcher's linen madeup Reflect Uponne In youre tongues yule-tyde of living fyre flame

passionate sorrow of the mother, FrIg- Into aprons, which would not require Youre dearest heart's desyre.
'I ga, they dedicated the mistletoe to her. more than a day to make a good -Marlon._V..Hlfffftna.
And now sin and sorrow had hallowed supply, would go a long ways as giftsto -
It for henceforth It busy house mothers. The Boy 'Idea.
; was to grow, not And caps, also.
i of bitterness and At this time almost "Gee whizz. Bill Green's in luck."
as a symbol hatred every woman
J. M. ALVAREZ I but as a sign of tenderness and love. wears some sort of cap when doing "What's the matter?"
: But the gods decreed that It was to her house work, and a neat, washablecap "His folks use twin beds."
f stand for these things only so long as makes an acceptable gift, and requires "I don't see anything lucky about
It touched not Lokl's kingdom, the soil; little skill In the making.; And that for BllL""You
and for this reason It Is never seen so with these practical and quickly don't They've got two beds .
AV r growing on the ground and we our- made gifts one may be able to catch up to hide Ids Christmas presents under
Starke. Fla. selves always hang It high on the rafters with Christmas remembrances, even Instead of one"Community
or chandeliers. And now that It though belated until the last few days -
was the plant of love, the custom arose before Chrtstnas. Chrlttmai Trwi.
for enemies to become friends under Many towns and villages get much
the mistletoe for lovers satisfaction and advertising out of
; to pledge Opening the Fat Purte.
their troth beneath It; and for those Too many fat community Christmas trees. The com
purses respond only munity tree brings the people together
who met there to kiss
as L sign of affectionate to the magic formula
: Not to be
fellowship. into the open and if well managed 1*
opened till Christmas.
worth while In any community.

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DECEMBER 14, 1917. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE NINE l


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The Gift Divine N. T. RITCH, Pres. W. T. WEEKS, Vice-Pres. J. H. RITCH Cashier i '
'Sfe Birth ff ChristfiND I 1


there were in the same By WM.BRADFORD- DICKSON I Bradford BankESTABLISHED

1.: shepherds abiding County
Jl the field, keeping watch -
1$ their flock by night. At this fair ChrIstmastide i
"\ And 10 the of When Joy bells ring out 1889
j' angel the Lord The song of plenty and ring In
-j came upon them, and the glory of The reign of peace throughoutThIs

'i the Lord shown around about them; The while wonderful across land the of sea ours- Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE

'j, and they were sore afraid. Old> Mother Earth is drenched with blood
And the said unto them And hate and carnage reign supreme;
angels
!}:- While sucklings wall for milk FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
' ir "Fear not, for, behold, I bring you And children faint for lack of food;
of While strong men fall beside the way
t good tidings great joy, which And homeless women kneel In prayer-
7g Shall be to all people. I do not ask for gifts
;f "For unto you is born this day Of> frankincense and myrrh.Of .
gold of Ophir or of either Ind.
{t in the city of David, the Savior, Of Jewels rare or priceless merchandise,
:3 which is Christ, the Lord. Of marble halls or vast estates
Nor e'en the costly homage of mankind
.\\ "And this shall be a sign unto But thIs- ; When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.You .
shall find the babe IL .
you; ye wrapped
.t. in swaddling clothes,, lying in a Unto That the I may wining give mind each and day heart full ,need should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings. '

'1{' manger." Of light of Truth and warmth of Lon, The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking '

.. And suddenly there was with the Ot That matchless magic all skill transforming in comfort's touch art- business. I

:' angel a multitude of the heavenly WhIch.heals the leper's spots We have learned not only how to handle to income but
host praising God and saying And turns to naught the wounds and money earn an more important ;
k: scars HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR
CUSTOMERS. .
i
to God in the highest and
"Glory Deep seared upon the heart of man .4-
Lt. on earth peace, good will toward On That life's I may great Hind battlefield earth's ;broken hearts, Your money deposited in this bank not oniy works for you day and night] but owing

l" ,, men.-St. Luke :8-14.. J Lifting up the drooping beads to our experience, it is SAFE.
Ot the oppressed and burdened
That I may plant within young onts hearts Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers. .4'.
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_. e e. e e e. e '. '. A deeper longing for the RightOf -
:" mercy for the hapless weak
.'t'r And those who suffer dally throes INTEREST IS YOUR BEST SERVANT
.4' Of hunger, pain disease, neglect;
AFFLUENCE
.-"I. That I may know forgetfulness .

:l "hit For dally I may slights hourly and grown wrongs; Interest never sleeps. It is never idle. It works 24 hours every day. It works 365 .
love of liberty of friend and foe.
And all the world days every year. No other servant is so faithful. f

fr,;.f. lay For all grow the In beauty love-a and fruitful true love Start a savings account at once with this bank, and have money accumulating steadily.We 1"

g'of. ,. In And nature for the, art.noble the deeds heavenly of all realm mankind; pay 4 per cent interest on all time deposits, and our customers' interests are OURS. :
:" That I may fill the widening hours i. .
life
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With courage cheerfulness, and nopei Condensed of the condition of Bradford Bank
:\ That I may help my fellow man statement County at close of business i-
Behold the dawn beyond the night -
r The gentle calm beyond the storm. Dec. 5th, 1917. .
These are the gifts I crave
"' I Above the blind world's treasure trove
,
1 Of gaud and gilt ,
}; RESOURCES LIABILITIES
Who gives his better self the whole year'

'.. through Loans and Discounts 166232.38 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00
Gives life's own priceless gift to an the ,
1 world and you-the-ChIcago gift Evening divine.Post.IYr State County and Municipal Bonds 12,000.00 Surplus! fund 10000.00 j ''

i Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 20,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses paid 3,265.08 !

; AU other Real Estate owned 7,237.61 Deposits 418,583.95 I "
('
-.'. Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 770.62 f
the deepest happt-
tJy Cash on Hand and in Banks 250,608.42
; .IU" 1211 of this Christmas"tide tj j

j'is to each and t
come I TOTAL $456,849.03 TOTAL $456,849.03 -
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,'ty every reader, and may It lad

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J.l J.i. all though the coming yea? WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION.


fit.: "Some people seem actually proud : :',: ..,- .',. t
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f of a headache after a New Year cele .. ;
Home Celebrations. 1 -'.- --- -- --------1 .. .,;;
;.\ bration.-"It isnt the headache they are proud "I believe in Christmas Day home r.i, I n Her Christmas Present IIMtRtrr I

.{ : of but the fact that they bad enough celebrations; their friendliness, their I
A money to acquire one." mystery, their joyous excitement; and
,
'. In the feeling of security and peace \
MERRY t'
: SANTA CLAUS IS A FAITH I IJ I a child has In the midst of them, Christmas XMAS bpSM! .--
writes a well-known authority. AndI ,
1AtR PUNT ,
J believe that the memory of child has }
Take Kris Krlngle Away From Chll- XMAS'k rIO Sut, ', ,,
' of them fifty years later should still be
1' 'dren and You Rob Christmas of strong and sweet" 1111Nt, I ,,,.

i t: Half Its Joys. \ is
r- Christmas Carols. ; \\ .
:1- Some very honest people are such
..t ticklers for truth that they are concerned Then arose a joyous clamor, from I Bargains
't about our firm belief In Santa the wild fowl on the mere, and a.voice I.
b.. Claus Well It is' a good thing to within cried "Listen I Christmas ca-
;; stand up for truth If we really know rols even here!"-Charles Klngsley.s .

f' the truth. But we know that a great """'"" -
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many learned people have been
; very I II
.} wrangling about what truth Is for sev- A Crtfer lr Santa I
eral thousand years, and yet it does .
not seem to be definitely settled. But Some Electric
A n
for the most of us truth Is what we <,, .. I
truly believe. It is the faith that Is In '.'.,. "
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; us, and Santa Claus Is a faith if not 4rr r 1111.,
"I.
a'fact, and so we say again that we do

} believe In Santa Claus, says an ex :,.hl".... : Fixtures
change. ( '
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' :_ TakeSanta ,Clans away from the E'f !
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fi i children and you rob Christmas of half ., 1
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"f. Its joy. Grownup though we may be r
. we would rather hang our stocking ..t I t
up
,. T'ME''
;;, YOOH4 MAN-D' (f THE"6fcP IE/WE IT ,
KNOW
,tl "the night before Christmas" and find YES'BUT ;
; that will
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TEVr PURE AT XMAS I KNOW SOMEONE
J It bulging full of gifts in the dim light !t Delight TIME I* DEfctVSD FROM MP K- Worn VOU CAN .
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j Christmas morning than to have a car- INft OTHERS HAPPY, GOMT ml IDFA? MfI\K VERYMPPY .
':, load come duly tied up and labeled .r VHTH MC? .
', and delivered by the mailman. Who .tI'm
,". wouldn't? There is a lure In the mystery '
, r 1 of Santa Claus that has endeared 'I the Heart of :_

.: him to every childish heart and so do

not take him away until you haveI"f r.%

something better to offer. S R ..MFIpI 11h
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Only Once a Year. Wife 1I&

f. But how seldom Christmas comes- I your
-. only once a year; and how soon It Is t
over-a day and a night I If that Is : .j.- n ., z:
the whole of It, It seems not much _
more durable than the little toys one I II t tI
and
., buys of a faker on the street corner. Beautifully
: But surely that need not and ought } ,q. 6 I I
a) not to be the whole of Christmas; onlya
single day of generosity ransomed I \
I
t; from the dull servitude of a selfish ,1k' /
e 0'
'\ year. If every gift is a token of per-
:, sonal thought a friendly feeling, and 1\ Light your .
t unselfish Interest In the Joy of others .jLj: : \ ; 3 I ..
then the thought the feeling the interest L
may remain after the gift is .
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ME
: made*-Henry van Dyke. i UtAIN't \
Home i i PRESENT for 1 '
sending a letter to Santa I "roM195 i iHASait'N. I NO MfPRESENT. \
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His Fun. Claus .
'-..:. "I don't believe in giving expensive To tell him Just what I need t
; Christmas gifts." It'. printed all out in purpletnh. : '
"Neither do I", but it's a lot of fun Special Prices While'They Last '. HFAQTI.
expecting them.
I* But I wonder if ha can read. } .
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To Govern Moroccan City. .
f When the plans are In full operation 1 0 ? II I iXMAS' .
F* for the government of Tangier, Morocco t OMSANTP+ow i V MERRY II .
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"the first really International city I i ELY I'M
of the world," the community will Lumber & 1 i ', So rtEPPY! dAH !
- have a legislative body, an assembly; I Quigley Supply I'I'i I 1 J
>:< chosen by popular vote and composed). I 1 i : k. '$. I II
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.: of 24 Moroccan members and 11 foreigners I ,
representatives of the powers. i i. v ''11 ...
A mixed court is provided for along ;,;
ompany I Ii '
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the lines of the international court in J II 1 I '1
Egypt The arrangement is that It is ;
to consist of two Frenchmen, one of I I
t'; whom will preside; two Spaniards, e
:. two Englishmen and one German. A 1 The Happy Home Builders I

Spaniard Is to be public prosecutor i .
The war, of course, may upset the : ', s .......6 j
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Christmas By LAURA JEAN UBBEY By CHARLES F. THWING --- -

r Wben I think on the happy days The angels' song, "On Earth Peace, I is nothing truer thana
I spent with you my little deans, have endeavoredto o Good Will Toward Men" can also be
I Now what land between us lie, I fairy tale. It is the quintessence .
0I translated "peace to men of good I
I for the D
Christmas a I How can I but be eerie? make our store of what Aristotle edit
will." This version is timely, as well I
O:
!Q'jolty time: I yuletide draws near, a man's 0 Holiday Season really as correct for the Greek. For peace! the probable impossibility. .

t the: whole significance AS happy mind Is Christmas very apt to times revert'that to t' ,, and trjoly a Christmas i can and shall come to men of good I The lest of the fairy tales are

of Christmas will, and it cannot come to men of folklore, giving the boiled-

1. '? ." a generosity, charity, good have gone before.connected There with Is f- Store and cordially invite j bad will. down wisdom of centuries of
most always a woman
ct fellowship. and I Who is the man of good will? It
consequent I a man's happy times and pleasant day to call and inspect experience, and the truths they
you
,t and mutt stand 0 is he who has choice of happiness,
happiness, we I i a teach arethe old old
dreams. The man who left..the farm 0 ( facts of
3 in with this spirit of joyfulness [to make his fortune In the great cityand 0I the line we are display- of righteousness, of goodness for all human nature put into visible
o It is he who desires that men I
admit ourselves men.
by
or as who has become rich a bachelor 0 ing. I formJo&childish minds tograin '
s 'no meant belonging, to the ,I boarding at a fashionable hotel or club, Ill, may be blessed, and who tries to tytse tales do not

? highest types of humanity. If can usually recall some particularly What do you need? make the desire effective. The man teacfcjymb '
of will does not hate. Neither by precept, but
good
N{ we adopt the Irishman's.well- happy Christmas In the long ago-a 5
Christmas dinner In the old home Wouldn't you much prefer does he Incarnate hate in any weapon truftt by> example, says Col-.
r known and philosophical dictum I Christmas offensive or defensive lie Is free from Kerbs': No amount of teach-
taking his.first sweetheart i to receive Christ-
fI that "one mans as good'sanother as a 0
of
: eve to a ball In the town hall; the de0 \ revenge and Is.full forgiveness ing about the brotherhood of

and tome a deal tight I| light of. taking her home-a mile 0 I mas gift something to Ur' 'for the penitent. lie may not forget man, and Christmas kindness,
betther then want to be 01 but, what is more Important,
we through show drifts on a winter nIght. 0 injuries and the rewards of virtue, carshave
keep--something Iij
a "deal tight in most every He had;\\rttten to her a few times aft- you be is eager to make injury the occasion such an effect on the

; thing, and good fellowship er leaving' )home then the excitementof would probably not buy for helping the offender to overcome small, objective soul as is .
'proclaims that loudest and city life' had crowded her out of his the evil within the heart or pro.
yourself-a gift that will duced by the vision Santa
: and his life. As Christmas will out of which the Injury sprung. of
L longest memory He Is capable of mighty I Claw with his white heard and
in draws nigh again thoughts carry him endure and be a pleas- Indignations
So in time 0'p
s go for a good back to the girl he loved when time but he does not suffer himself to be twinJcly eyes coming with toysfor
: any old first-class, fin -edged't'f. i ent remembrance? Of D., them. Without
I was young with him. On the Impulse ; ; conquered by good little boys and

', ; J way you can get it, home or I lof, the moment he dashes off a letter I c.to : course you would! Then f i i iI [I Impassive, he Is calm In the being I switches for bad little boys,
abroad outdoors or in, upstairs and he is patient,
i' her. He does not know whether wrong very shedding' jollity and benevolence
1 :. or down, with'or. without the |, she will receive It. She may be married o I i do as you would be done rj ing more willing to be the victim than I all over the place. Long
lest enjoyment for she have moved '' the agent of evil. His hatred of all '
means for or may away. Sil O
by-give Jewelry or when
f ; the means can be made; if I The old folks at home had been care- sin and his love for the man who, | years from now, every'incident '

you're determined to make it, ful never to mention her even In answer ver. They are everlast despite his manhood Is guilty of sin, of these stories is lost
alike and lasting. He Is to the the knowledge :
to his Inquiries! are strong memory ;
1 there is always a way. If you How strange It Is that the same ing gifts. i|I free from suspicion, he thlnketh no of fundamental human values ,

;. ;" lack dollars, use pennies; if thought can fill two different minds at 'I, evil. He loves his neighbor, not only will remain. Teach the children .:

$ you lack pennies, use your the same time. The girl of long ago, ,, as himself, but even more, being more fairy tales and you teach

wits. There are many other still single, knowing he has not wed, 0DEPENDABLE! JEWELRY g gIf !I eager to do justice than to receive them the wisdom of the ages. _

; things that you have in abundance picks up courage to send a Christmas Justice. >

a fir, to spend, and you can card to the boy grown old now who The qualities and elements which

3. spend them by transferring to took her to her first ball on Christmas 1 II i all that glitters was gold, the buying of jewelry Ii : constitute the man of good will also ..

others and the aeneral! atmosphere eve. The letter and card cross each constitute the commonwealth of good
% other as each files to Its goal. The I and precious stones would be an easy matter quickly : .antnjittaus
optimistic joyfulness will.Such
your bachelor finds It In his Christmas malL commonwealth Is a common ,
a
) over what you have, be it I o accomplished, but there is so much that glitters that is II
The lonely woman standing by a win j wealth peace. Willing good to others
9 much or little.KILLING dow In a far-off farmhouse has a let- I J[I! not gold, so much that sparkles that deceives the eye, D I others will good also to It. Armaments ,

ter handed to her by a neighboring a.. In such condition have no longer
that it behooves the purchaser to buy only from an established
.
farmer who kindly fetched It to her any function to play, and they melt

\. TWO BIRDS from the post office Christmas morn- I'I firm where theword"Guarantee" away. The battieflags are furled.

/ Ing. Simultaneously there Is a warm I Wars cease and rumors of wars are .

glow In two hearts widely severed. means not heard. Men become brothers In zk a.t! .

.L.T r I And yet there are people who wonC) a guarantee. Our goods mutual service and happiness, as they F;. ..41R

T. der that there are romances which are i II are brothers In origin and destiny. j
revived at yuletide when men and \C 1) are bought by experienc dn 1 j p I / .- I

women no longer sigh for love'
young O
ed jewelrymen and are I
and home cheer, if they sit alone and: A Christmas Prayer '

lonely listening to the chimes of the' : sold under the strongest -
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Christmas bells.Christmas : I possible guarantee We By Frederic 7t. CardozeMost 35kt
day Is the time to light
\ the sacred fire upon the altar of old( have a comprehensive gracious Lord, forbid the'sword
o:>> tp And dull each gleaming blade;
and loves and make the longing'and
hopes display of the latest designs -- 0 Be It thy will, tonight, to still ,
dreams realities. Sending a little;; r'p Each deadly cannonade.

Christmas card with a well-chosen f in gold jewelry, The straying sheep seek out and keep.
4 p a
k kindly verse is sure to find an echo in!! I I The blackest ones retrIeve,
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4a a lonely man's heart at this time of, 0 I watches necklaces, beautiful n I That he may kneel, for peace appeal, I 1
Upon this Christmas Eve.
1
far all others. One should not check the'! O i

kindly resolve to send one. It can: do1', gems, silver and ,r' j The winter frost, December's ghost, ,

no harm and It may bring much happi-,I Parisian toilet Its spangled robe has spreadi '
ivory articles ,
I Across the mead each shrub and weed
ness. To whom are you going to send: !
Now lies suppressed and dead.
xx your "Merry Christmas" card In ; cut glass etc. From out the gloom a hollow boom 'j"
h year of our Lord 1017 Perhaps thls:1! 4 'I The season's message tells .
r,, find one In my stocking. Ill : 0.o I o From metal throats, where hatred gloats. ,1
4 o Reliable watches from the inexpensive to the D Instead of Christmas bells.
up and see. I take this occasion to, I ,1.

i r1 send each and every one of my readers 11 most costly comprise the wide range our stock covers, o I The sentry's boon, the full white moon. ,,
a Merry Christmas, together with the, Which clouds anon conceal
r s which from the of beauty quality finish Rebukes the with silver
4 wish that the coming year may be the'most standpoint blight lightI
I Of each stern of steel
ii. I successful one of their lives. and price, defies competition. I It clothes the plain gun where lie the slain.
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was beginning to think-there ,was D Elgin and Waltham watches 15 to 21 jewel q Translucent sheets of sheen. .
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In New Year cards but I
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mistaken," remarked Joblots. 11 ebristmAS Acrostic 0 To sorrow and despair }
x in 20 And men still pray in pits of clay
received a noveltyr ... ,.. year cases. fit In I '
Entrapped like beasts In lairs. rmuug tltt utgIJtt Ii' nnnri bt :
card
tailor
sent
My me a
While over earth the Saviour's birthIs tl
the usual greetings, but added (Compiled from the Yuletide Utterne s I heralded once more tlttnIfr
line: 'How about that little bill?" of Great Minds by Harvey Peake In I From placid lea to stormy sea Bofilg. Btlf tttlg rvmre.l ,
the Baltimore Bus) o i Latest styles in wrist i From seared to sheltered shore. lilt; tip imlr brohnt 1 ipafta nn tip!

LITTLE child thou art our guest. I U watches. Our pillows BQ >n1 itt .
OF HOPE AND HAPPINESS A guaranteeO jj Though peace on earth reigned at his birth +
That weary ones In thee may rest I In David's city then Arc Dreaming of buglra anafotma.
I -Martin Luther I II II is as strong as the Rock 0 I And vale and hill sang of good will fir ruts tfjnntgli lik
I' } % etumt a eJjtytlfnraglj
of Saviour's Birth Com
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I From Him toward all men
Attention of All Nation MISTLETOE hung In the castle hall, I of Gibraltar and you can I I I Tonight the breath of hate and deathIs llr? foam. ;
t; shown on the old oak breathed from many a soul; m qua t1Jr WjUf flakra arcuni IjtatefjlrL
of of War.
Regardless Ravages wau. Thomas Haynes Bayly I f. t make your watch selections Each watchful group and soldier troop :

was Merrte England when I 1 Has slaughter for its goal.With \
the great feast of the Nativity, ENGLAND brought his sports ,i o I here with the utmost U f JJq tells lilts 3 know not hut Ipfinarlij i
It is again -Walter Scott I upraised arm, still each alarm
as known
popularly tiit fjontf-
4 confidence and I 1
Is always a note of hope and RING out ye crystal inheres. e sat- 2 I' | Which shall ascend above, f .
ra good flit bog ani gtrU '
bless our human ears! Bid thou the age of war's fell rage I } 1 1j
even when many lands are -John Mflton. isfaction. ['I; Give way to brother's love;

i In blood. It was 1917 years clouds possessed the earth III H I And In thy might forbid the tight I'I'I Origin of Word Christmas. t

that Christ was born, but the mes- RAINY ell our Christmas Eve. I 0 Make gift of I That wages day by day The word Christmas is of comparatively J
your everlasting c I
:; And lead each race with radiant face '
-Alfred
he brought Is as fresh and com TenlfytosYE n late orfgl The word was first
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'I And firm clasped hands away.

as It was In the years long ago. who sang Creation's glory, I pleasure by se- I used In 1038, Its form then being
Messiah's birthJames
6 the little town'of Bethlehem the proclaim ? Christes-Maesse, the mass of Christ
Montgomery.flHRIST I The Christmas SpiritAs
choir sang "Gloria In Ex- i I ll I lecting your Christmas ( the Bystander Finds It.) Origen, an early father of the church,
Deo"-"Glory be to God on high is born the great anointed x I
"Gosh this is crowded. Wonder said that In the Scriptures It was the
Heaven and earth his sing from superb car
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h"I V praises present our
on earth to men of good %
.# peace -J. Ctword. jx : f c they wouldn't have a little heat 1"q sinners alone, not the saints, who eel
4 } or, :43 some renderings' the the,herald angels sing: e i r { stocks and secure not I I "And I want"to arrange so that It brated their birthdays. Another earl} :
: text have it, "and on earth peace HARE the born !" writer referred that the ;
to new King I I -f C, he doesn't like It you'll exchange It to the fact j
'' pod will toward3 men.." That : -Charles Wesley. s ,
f : i :: i : r' alone the best in design, after Christmas." birthdays of the pagan gods were kept"by
proclamation go sounding the bells and raise the strain / I the people. The first evidenceof
RING 1'u:; ;: "No, we're not going to give a thing very
the centuries to come until time bang up garlands everywhere. II -:-:-: : ,.l ;= ': ;:f '; workmanship and quality this to a feast having been held In honor
? Susan Coolidge ::..I !::'_ ;:: ::-: year except people we positively -
ba no more. II ":,-!_-. .::, ..".'j-. ';_-r_. ,:" i or the birth of Christ was In Egypt
Indebted
tOo"
yy Christmas welcome BEAR along our streets pass the minstrel :: :::'"{ '=_ ;.- but also gifts that will are
today I throngs :: ; :! _r-. ,.., "Cash! It was a sweet dance, about the year 200. Clement of Alex '
one of peculiar joy and gladness. Hark They play sweet their haut o tsaMrrFC:
.y so on '
andrta said, "Certain Egyptian theologians
liturgical churches celebrate It boys Christmas songs.-Longfellow. a : be appreciated. ModerWe S| Mayine. And Mr. Flzzleface, he said to
the song of great joy that the o p I me-Cash!I" over-curiously assign not the 1
;; Impressive services but all God. SING began ::::::::= ate prices. 0 |i "Thank the Lord Christmas comes year alone, but the day of Christ's
people whether they be con Sing. of glory to God and of good will -- birth; placing It on May 25." Another
; with the Christian body or that, ts tnantJohn G Whlttler.! Ii care-F only once a year!Exchange. date assigned to the event March
-day. bath God fulfilled his promised have built enviable for : was
but find a thrill and a lifting up ? word, an reputation our I 28.-Exchange.
Deliberate ,
:% the soul In'meditating upon the This day Is born Savior, Christ the ful repair work and- our come for miles top Extravagance."What
of Jesus and the mighty work Lord. '-J. Byron. patrons are you going to give your Keeping Christmas.

redeemer came to accomplish. you have as many happy months this store. Prompt and satisfactory service. husband this Christmas
MAT you taste, mince pies at Christmas. 0 Are you willing to remember the
hal .r 1 haven't decided. I want to do
comes to us with Its .
who
-Old weakness and
: English Saying. [I loneliness of people
greeting and with an Inspira- Christmas play, and make good something really fine for him, though, are growing old; to stop asking how
for higher purposes and true AT cheer and If I find that I can afford it I
much your friends love you, and ask
n charity.. Hay this be' truly For Christmas, comes but once a year. II 0. D. MINER think I will give him eggs for break. yourself whether you love them
Tusser.
fast"I
Christmas for and all.
happy one I
OMETIMES with oysters we combine, enough; to bear in mind the things
S Sometimes assist the savory chine; I that other people have to bear on their
?t' The Unbreakable Ornament. From the-low peasant to the lord, RememberthChildren.. hearts; to try to understand the people

?i The millennium will be here when The turkey. smokes on-Walter every board.Gay.immnmwmnmm. 5 Starke Florida n I Make the children happy on,Christ- who live in the same house with

invents an unbreakable ornament [I mas and one's happiness will take care : you? Then you can keep Christmas.

for Christmas trees. c0 } of Itself. I Henry van Dyke. '
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We have articles suited the season---Rockers Tables Dressers Chairs Mattresses
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of Farming I aAcplrt BASE As the SOUL is the vital part of man, so the ;'

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Mr. Farmer, there's more money in Promptly replaced, the life of the shoe is greatly r

F- your "side lines" than in your regular farms prolonged.

: crop, if you handle them rightly. WE ARE SHOE SURGEONSWe

know how when and not only amputate the worn part, but-unlike other
r But you must v surgeons, we substitute a whole, healthy part in it's place.
where to market them. For this you need .. Our one great mission is to prolong the life of your shoes.
k : \ Let us help you buck the high cost cf living
. a dealer who knows the market. Iona
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I AM THAT DEALER C. Hollingsworth, Prop. '
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'4 t My facilities for handling your Pro- i 1 'J

duce, Chickens, Eggs, Butter, Etc., enable i ,
'There's Too Many Haughty Princesses an' Serious-Faced Grouches Behind ..
me to secure for you the very top of the th' Counter These Days Glrli Who Expect t' Marry an' Young r.
Men Who Hope t' Drop in t' Somethln' Better A, a Result, It', Get.
II' market price. tin't' Be an Ordeal Instead of a Pleasure t' Shop.

all Produce to me and that th' Chrlstmus shoppin' we're lyin' t' git away from a stupidan' .
Bring .
your TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
. NOW has begun in earnest th' Indifferent clerk.If ther's anythingworse
all there is in it attractive holiday dis than a lazy preoccupied clerk .
1 get play a retail merchant kin It's th'fresh persistent clerk who knows
make is a full line of attentive, pleasant your wants better than yourself-tn' js
: faced clerks. In these days o* positive, overzealous clerk who de-
; Gasoline---Auto Filling Station tight money, high prices an' sharpcompetition stroys whatever Inclination t' buy we
It Is up to' th' merchant may have had when he started t* wait
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t I t' see t' It that his clerks show th' on us. a
R. W. KERCE I prospective customer ever'courtesy an' People are all alike when It comes
I attention If he expects t' git an' hold t' payln' out money. They like t' feel
\ : his patronage. Ther's too many haughty that ther patronage Is appreciated an' t<
t' Lake Butler, Fla. f I princesses an' serious faced that some effort has been made t'
'.; a Phone 5 : grouches behind th'counter these days please them. Poor people, who makeup Merry Merry Xmas
1- P. 0. Box 57 -clerks who consider their jobs as th' great army o' cash customersan' jf j
: l beln only temporary-girls who expectt' without whose trade It would be
marry an' young men who hope t' Impossible t* conduct any kind o' busIness F
: drop In t' somethln' better. As a result are especially responsive t' kIndness -
r It's gettln' t' be an ordeal In- an* consideration when they dole and as the year is drawing to close we
, ,. stead of a pleasure t' shop. A clerk out ther scanty earnIn's, and they're
who feels above his position will not entitled t' all th' smiles an' accommo- take this method of thanking each of
"SA TIRESDon't warm up at th' sock counter, an' th' dations that are so cheerfully extended you
OLD
VE YOUR powdered doll who Is countln' th'days t'th'Impatient an'critical customer I
till June Is rarely Interested In her who happens t* have a charge account -. for your business in the past and hope to
customers. A feller feels like he wuz
f. Throw Away Your Old Tires buttIn' In when he approaches a coun We don't mean by all o' this thata I I
be with liberal share of
," 'ter. Sometimes he has t' Interrupt a clerk should gush an' fall all over us r favored a your ,
Tires are rising in price all the time, and it trill/ pay conversation like this: "Honestly, kid, -that he or she should show us what'!
j be's only twenty-one an' towers 'way they wear an' ask after th' children in the future.
you to have them renewed. If they are not worn too bad above me," or "Yon wait on that ole an' tell us how swell we look In any-Ii patronage ,
i make them as good as new and at small cost. We I hen. Mame, she makes me sick." Lots I thing an' do ever-thIng but give us a I
we can o' folks don't like t' go In a store for little kiss when we buy somethIn'.'
\ ;: are located in our new building next door to the Ford Garage fear they'll disturb th' clerks, or buy! All that any one kin reasonably ask :I .JI
i I somethln' they don't want Jest t' keep of clerk Is that they have some '
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better able than
1 t.-. and have added new equipment, making us from gettIn' the'r 111 will. It takes an knowledge o' ther business an' a willin'ness Lake Butler Co.WILSON'S
ever to serve you. Satisfaction guaranteed. Iron constitution t' withstand th' wlth- t'wait on us, interspersed witha I I Drug .
.' erin' look a clerk gives you when you dash o' good nature an' politeness.: J
STARKE VULCANIZING WORKSR. say, "I believe I will look around a Outside of a few public service monopolies DRUG STORE .
I little more an' see If I can't find some- an' th' pustofflce th' day o'tie
I thin' that suits me better." How often cold blooded business transactionIs Lake Butler Florida }
Burrows, Proprietor ,
I we stutter an' pull ourselves t'getheran' passed. T'day th' smllln' bird gits '.',
STARKE, :-: FLORIDA I say, "Jest lay It aside till I come th' worm. "
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: %' ands of useful articles for gifts. You don't need to run ,
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917 NUMBER 24. =



THOUSANDS -PERISH. AT HALIFAX! THIRTEEN NEGRO TEN MORE MENCERTIFIED -- THE- BRITISH TAKE JERUSALEM.P, ,




WHEN 'MUNITIONS SHIP BLOWS UPi SOLDIERS HUNG FOR ENDING SUEZ CANAL CAMPAIGNThe .




,Explosion Caused by Collission I F. N. ANDREWS GIVEN PARDON AT SAN ANTONIO ARMY SERVICE Holy City-is Now in Hands. I TEN WANTED MILLION FOR MORE THE MEMBERS RED CROSS

With Ship Laden With Sup- or British After 1200 Yearsof -
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TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 8.-F. N.
plies for Relief of Belgians. Andrews, former treasurer of Brad- WERE CARRIED SECRETLYTO ARE NOW SUBJECT TO ORDERS Moslem Control.TURKS' :- President Wilson Appeals to Peopleto

.. ford who was sent to Raiftrd Join This Great Organization.
county,
EXECUTION OF THE LOCAL BOARD
PLACE OF
to at hard labor and i I
serve one
year
r GREAT SECTION OF CITY one year on the county gang becauseof I DREAM OF INVADING Bradford County Chapter of the

COMPLETELY WIPED OUTS his accounts were found to be short, MEMBERS OF 24th U. S. INFANTRY FIRST BATCH OF QUESTION- EGYPT SPOILED BY BRITISH American Red Cross is expected to e

was pardoned by the board, after it WHO TOOK PROMINENTPART AIRES WILL BE MAILED OUT I procure at least eight hundred new .
AFTER
; was shown that he had served all but members before Christmas. The
BLINDING SNOW STORM ADDS five months of his time; that his IN HOUSTON RIOTS. TOMORROW. CAPITULATION CAME branches of Bradford County Chapter

TO DEATH LIST AND SUFFER- young wife was teaching school to GEN. ALLENBY'S FORCES ENTIRELY :i at Lawtey, Hampton Brooker, Lake

support the two little children, and a SURROUNDED CITY ;|Butler and Raiford will have immediate
.\ ING IN STRICKEN CITY-REt SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Dec. 11. Ten more Bradford county men
long petition, together with letters have been certified for service in the WERE charge of the membership campaign
AND SACRED PLACES
.' LIEF WORK QUICKLY ORGAN. from many prominent people in Brad- Except for the ashes from two huge army by the District Exemption Board !(I in their respective territories.

v IZED. ji ford county read to the pardon board. bonfires, an isolated thicket on the big and they are now subject to the orders SPARED FROM DESECRATION. I The Red Cross now has about five mil -
\ r Representative A. S. Crews of Brad- lion members in the United States
of the Local Board. These
government reservation, near here, men
ford county, presented the case and follows and the aim is to add ten million new
f- Halifax, Ded. 7.-With the toll of Judge J. T. Wills, who tried the case, showed no signs tonight that it was I are 985-Elisha as : Wilkerson Jerusalem is in the hands of the members during Christmas week. The
W
Sapp. British after been for virtually
having
?' dead steadily mounting it was learned asked that clemency be extended. At the execution place early today of 13'' 416-Clifford Clifton Taylor Nichols. slogan is "Make it a Red Cross Christ- :
1,200 in the control of the
that than years
t this morning more "
early ttie conclusion of Wills'
Judge remarks negro soldiers of the TwentyfourthUnited 66G--Arthur Boman Williams, Starke Moslems. mas.
2,000 persons perished in the explosion Gov. Catts said that if the States infantry. The 63-Julius In President's Wilson's proclamation
negroes Hogan Lawtey. The of the Christian
and fire which followed the collision board would join him, he would vote to convicted of participating in the riots 617-Isaac Blake Carlton, Starke. capitulated Holy City to General Allenby'sforces religion to the people of our nation he

yesterday morning in, Halifax pardon Andrews at once. This was at Houston, Texas, August 23 last, 863-Richard James, Hampton. consisting of British, French says, "You should join the Red Cross," ,
i harbor between a munitions-laden j o done. were hanged at 7:17, one minute be- I.U-Titus and gives reasons for it. Read his
Speed, Brooklyn. and Italian after it had been
troops,
French the Mount Blanc of 2-
ship, L
proclamation in this issue of the Tel t'
fore sunrise.
1159-Hezekiah McClore New River.
250 tons burden, and another vessel.LUoded entirely surrounded and with its fall
filled with frenzied, panic-stricken After dark last night motor trucks 1168-Lawson Foster, New River. egraph. .
with supplies for the Belgian I. swept away the dream of the Germans ,,
The I' throngs striving to reach the outskirtsto carried the lumber for the scaffolds 1109-Alonzo Drew Noble, Ft. Ogden. and Turks of driving southward thru There are about 18,000 people in ,
commission.
relief ship
: .was relief the lona. The disaster,which has j escape what they belived was a and a company of engineers to the Questionaires to be Mailed Out. Palestine, capturing the Suez canal this county. Many more than 800
I ought to join the Red Cross week.
raid by German fleet. Hundreds of next
a clearing. The scaffolds were built by and invading Egypt.
the Dominion into mourning, The work of classifying .
plunged (them had been cut by shattered glass. Motor trucks after registrants Let every man, woman and child in
firelight. shortly Since the recent taking of the town
will rank as the most fearful I wfll be started tomorrow December '
probably Bradford be
t j Shattered Bodies Picked Up in StreetsIn 5 o'clock this morning carried the con- of Jaffa on the Mediterranean and the county ready to pay one
occured the American 15th.
This classification
that will be
ever op accomplished dollar for
I membership in the Red ,
the Richmond section the scenes demned negroes from the barracks gradual closing in on Jerusalem by
continent. through sworn answers toa ( Cross from now until the end of 1918.
$ enacted defied description. Seriously where they had spent their last night the allied forces the fall of th eancient
have been list
Temporary morgues established long of questions that will be
The Red Cross is the
injured men and women crawled from and the officers and military guard to has been It organization
city daily anticipated.
r in many buildings in which mailed out to all registrants, including through which the 4'
civil
the wreckage of their homes and lay the place of execution. The trucks later not the lack of that patriotic population
was strength -
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f a steady prosession of vehicles of alii I j those who nave heretofore been exempted prevented men, women and children of
in the streets until they were remov- carried the bodies to a place as in- its capture, but rather the desire ,
fo hours the from
f kinds have been carrying any cause. The Local
our render
i county valuable and
ed to hospitals. Those less seriously, distinguishable as the execution site, of General Allenby to out may
bodies of and Board will tomorrow mail carry
women
men, $ on needed service
ques- in
: Idren'l helping to win the
hurt aided those more gravely injured.In where the and then
burial took place his plan of enveloping the city and
:: Most of them were so charred tionaires to 5 per cent of the regis- war. Few of
I the streets were found the shat- hauled back to Fort Sam Hous- our people are so poor
they forcing its capitulation, as a frontal
unrecognizable. Thousands trants and each
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they were on succeeding day that cannot
they give part of their
tered bodies'of many women and chil- ton every piece of timber used in the attack would have endangered the a
of seeking trace of will mail additional 5 cent
relatives an
-t persons per un- time and one dollar to
dren. Several children crushedto a year supportand
were scaffold so that the site was clear be- numerous sacred places inside the city L
M and friends have passed byt'e til a questionaire has been mailed to maintain this national
death when they were hurled fore formal announcement of the exe- and its environs. organization
t long, silent rows, atempting by f ] each registrant.It that is doing much for the t
so
the of and lany against telegraph poles by the forceof cutions had been issued by the South is made the of Ends Suez Canal Campaign.
to
flickering light lamps : | the duty registrants soldiers of our own country as well as }
terns to identify the ones they sought. I explosion.In of ern department headquarters.Knew make answer to this list of questions The capture of Jerusalsm by the for the soldiers of our allies, and besides
of
I
Virtually building in the city scores cases occupants Fate within seven days from the date of British forces marks the end, with
: every |houses who had without injury Sunday.The all that, is constantly doing won
J escaped two brief interludes of than
which could be converted into a hospital -!' mailing. Failure to do this will cause more derful work of relief and for
1> is filled with wounded, many of : were baffled by the flames in condemned negroes had known them to be entered in Class No. 1 and i l/?OO years' possession of the seat of the stricken and suffering rescue of f .,=
their search for members of their fam- of their fate since Sunday. Twelve poor
the Christian the Moham
!" : religion by
t. that there immediately certified for j
them desperately injured
so duty. France
Belgium and other countries. x
ilies and were forced to stand by im- of them sought spiritual counsel of
medans. For 673 the Holy City
11> is hope for their Scores On receipt of the questtonaiu1 years
no a If
recovery. potently while what had been Y. M. C. A. workers. The thirteenth our splendid young men: can offer ,
once army has been in iundisputed ownership of
have died in these r-sijtrcnt i shout at to the t
already temporary: go once > their lives .
j 11 their homes became funeral for ; whose name has not been disclosed I in this Cane::: can you refuse
pyres the Turks, the last Christian ruler of
le
An cal board and assistance
advisory
hospitals. increasing number |
ever secure
to one dollar to the
|loved ones.Blizzard no inkling that he knew. I pay a year
gave Jerusalem being the
Y is being taken from the complete- in properly filling out the blank.It German emperor great organization which lacks them
ti- ly devastated Richmond district to the [. Adds to Horrows in Stricken I Outwardly all were stoical. They did is required that this shall be done Fre'derick II, whose short-lived and in aids and
up
net know the date of the execution, many ways comforts
relief of rescue i City in order that the qcestionaires be domination lasted from 1229 to 1244.
station.j--An army may them in their life? Surejynot.
Halifax, Dec. 7.-Stricken Halifaxwas but last night they were taken from II Apart from its connection with the camp
i, workers is searching among the ruins i in proper form when filed with the Local Be sure to join the Red Cross :
the house where
: cavalry
.1-: for bodies of those who have survived -( swept tonight by a raging bliz- guard they Board. The legal board for this campaign being waged against Turkey before Christmas. z"3
amidst the wreckage left by the I j zard. So fierce was the storm that have been prisoners more than a county consists of A. V. Long, A. Z. I by the British Mesopotamia, J. E. FUTCH I r .*

''3. explosion- and fire. rescue workers were.. forced to sus- month, and placed in separate bar- Adkins and J. E. Futch. They give the fall of Jerusalem marks the definite -I Chairman Bradford County Chapter,

} Virtually all the north end of the pend their operations in the devastated racks. their services to registrants without I collapse of the long protracted :
city was laid waste and the property section. It is believed certain that The condemned men were aroused compensation. They will have officesin efforts of the Turks to, capture the President Issues Appeal in Behalf of

'{ damage will run far into the millions. all the injured buried under the ruinsof this morning before: regular army re- the grand jury room at they'county Suez canal and invade Egypt. 1 Red Cross.

A part, of the town of Darthmouth, shattered Buildings have perishedof veille. The military guard had been court house. Almost the first move made by Turkey "To the people of the United States:

f across the harbor from Halifax, also cold and hunger. The estimate now summoned silently and no sound was after her entrance into the war "Tan million Americans are invite
is than 2.000 dead heard in the where nearly forty ed to join the American Red Cross
more and about camp
k was wrecked. Nearly all the buildings guard who had been in charge of the was a campaign against Egypt across
in the dockyard there are in 3,000 injured. thousand men were sleeping except negroes since they were brought here theg reat desert of the Sinai peninsula during the week ending with Christ-

ruins. Battered by a biting wind and blind- the purring of the army truck motors from Fort Bliss, was the only expres- In November, 1914, a Turkish army, I mas eve. The times require that ev-
The flame-swept area covers apparently ing snows, the plight of the survivorsof awaiting their loads. The negroes I sion from any of the negroes. I variously estimated at from '75,000 to| ery branch of our great national effort s
holicaust dressed in their regular uniforms as ; 250,000 men, marched on the Suez I shall be loyally upheld and it is peculiarly -
1 two and one-half square miles. yesterday's is little shortof The men's feel were bound. An canal I I
'> It begins at what is known as the desperate. The windows and doorsof carefully as for inspection. army chaplain offered prayer. An offi and succeeded in reaching within fitting that at Christmas sea.

r North street bridge, extending north virtually every house in the city They displayed neither bravado nor cer called, "Attention!" and as on parade I striking distance of the great artifi- son branch the Red Cross should be the Yrc

i; to Pier 8 on the Richmond waterfrontand were shattered by the explosion which fear. They rode to the execution sing- the negroes stood erect. Theystood i cial waterway at several points. For; through which your willingness

back to a point running parellel wrecked the Richmond section and de- ing a hymn, but the singing was as quietly while caps and nooses i several months bitter fighting took to help is exptessed.

f-, with Gottingen street. Nothing has vastated a large part of the water- that of soldiers on the march. Arrived were adjusted, and then stepped on place, the canal being defended by an I "You should join the American Red

been left standing in this,section off front. Improvised barricades of[ at the clearing the song ceased, the the traps. The major in charge of the Anglo-Egyptian army aided by Australians Cross because it alone can carry the

the city. Only 4 pile of smoulderingruins boards give little protecition againstthe t men, shackled, were helped from the execution gave a signal and soldiers j' and New Zealanders and| pledges of Christmas good will to the

marks the spot where the greatbuilding elements and attempts to heat t trucks to the scaffolds and seated on sprung the traps. j I French and British forces. [ones who are bearing for us the real _

,i' of the American Sugar Refining buildings into which the snow is chairs. A low "good bye, boys," ad- The negroes plunged nine feet to For the greater part of 1915 con- burdens of this world war in our
iti Company stood. The dry docks steadily drifting are hopeless. dressed to members of their military I instant death. I flicting reports of the situation were army and navy and in the"nations up- r

1?; and all the buildings which surrounded I The city is again in darkness to- I received from the belligerents, but in I on whose territory the issues of the
:% it were destroyed. The Richmond I I I't night except for the illumination of- December of that year-definite infor- world war are being fought out. Your
school that housed hundreds of child- I mation showed that the Turks had evidence of faith in this work is necessary
; i forded by a scanty supply of oil lamps.
tl YOUNG SOLDIER TAKES OWN LIFE
I
for their and
'kren was demolished and it is reported The sufferings of those who escaped been driven back as far as El Arish, heartening cheer.
w only three escaped. '' injury have been increased by the about eighty-five miles east of the ca- "You should join the Red Cross be-

1f Crews of Both Vessels Escape Before fact that every available blanket, quilt nal. A lull occurred then which lasted cause this arm of the national service -

:. Explosion and comfort have been requisitioQed WHEN INFORMED HE IS DESERTERBut I six months and in June, 1916, the is steadfastly and efficiently _

1; The Bont Blanc was pierced on the for the hundreds of injured in the II Turks again advanced as far as Ka- maintaining the overseas relief in ev-

z: .port side almost to the engine room.. temporary hospitals. Many of these I tieh, about fifteen miles east of the ery suffering land, administering over
The other ship which was only slightly are so gravely injured that their only I canal. Here they were decisively defeated millions wisely and well and awaken
damaged, backed away when flames I hope lies in the best of 'care. Serious Detained at Home by Serious day before yesterday as he and losing more than 3,000 pris- ing the gratitude of every people. Our
I. for his trip in return, he received an I conscience will not let the
us
burst out the and and of enjoy
munitions
oners a quantity
on ship, fears are felt that cold, shock and exposure Illness Until Had great equip-
: was abandoned by the crew. The captain will result in an outbreak of Furlough anonymous letter, presumably from ment. Another period followed in Christmas season if this pledge of sv'

f: of the Mont Blanc also ordered pneumonia. Expired. one of his fellow-soldiers, stating that I which the situation was greatly con- support to our cause and the world's .

t his crew to the boats as he realized he had best not return to camp, as he fused by the vagueness and the con- weal is left unfulfilled. Red Cross.
ft an explosion was inevitable. The men Many Will Be Buried" as "Nameless was posted as a deserter and consequently tradictory character of the official. membership is the Christmas spirit fin

it reached shore before the tremendous Dead. GAINESVILLE, Nov. 10.-One of had been blacklisted by mem- statements, but in December, 1916, the terms of action.
No concentrated has the saddest cases coming to light recently bers of his "Woodrow
blast, seventeen minutes later, which effort been company. .British stormed El Arish and a few I (Signed) Wilson,
i-. blew their ship to pieces and wrecked made as yet to compile a list of the in connection with the war and Young cason, naturally, turned this days later severely defeated the Turks. "President of the American Red

P; a large part of city. dead as every effort is being made to enlistment of :young Americans to letter over to his father, and the latter at Maghdabah, about sixty miles to Cross."
identify those who perished. The fight against Germany, is that of Ber- straightway became busy getting
The business life of the city had the south on the same front. Two
f just begun for the day when the town condition of many of the bodies makes ry Cason, of Cross City, son of Will affidavits from the attending PhySi-1 weeks later the invaders had been with considerable rapidity, culminating 3

r, was shaken, to its foundations by the this exceedingly dificult and a large Cason and grandson of Harley J. Ca- cian and others to the effect driven out of Egypt and the British in the surender of the city. I

t J' explosion. Persons in the streets were proportion jof those who lost their son, who was a member 'of CompanyL ry had been sick and unable to return : forces crossed the border into Pales- In sentimental and romantic aspects i
.. lives buried 124th regiment, stationed at Camp the it had
picked the will be as "nameless dead" and detailing case as hap- tine. the of Jerusalem
up bodily and hurled to capture far exceeds 1
4 ground. There is no reason, however, to changethe Wheeler, whose death occurred at his j j pened. the
fall of
There had teen hint to British even fable-crowned Bag-
no a -
as
Houses in the Richmond sect.on estimate of 2,000 dead and 3,000 own hands at Cross City yesterday ]I But evidently his sickness had weak- i intention to undertake a definite dad. The modern city of Jerusalem
injured.The morning having blown his brains out ened Berry Cason's mind, for he began -
I crumpled up and collapsed burying I. invasion of the Holy Land and it was contains about 60,000 inhabitants and
their fires which had been for with a pistol. to brood in secret over his sup-I is
tenants. raging with intense surprise that the world the home of pestilence, filth and
twenty-four hours in the north end Young Cason was allowed a three: posed blacklisting, and yesterday se- fever but in historic interest it
In the main part of the city where I learned on March 7 that the British. natur-
.- the buildings are chiefly!: of stone o! were brought under control early to- day furlough home from the :Macon cured a pistol unknown to any of his forces had captured' El Khulil, fifteen I ally surpasses, to the Christian world, '

t\ .concrete, the damage was confined to day and the city in no longer men- camp while convalescent from measles family, and slipping back of his residence miles south of Jerusalem. El Khu- all the places on earth. Since the days ) }
which he contracted at the blew out his brains, leaving not
,
,':' the shattering of windows and most cf aced by a conflagration. camp I Id is the modern name of ancient Heb- i when David wrested it from the hands
word of for the deed. !
::, the casualties in this section wen i Incidents are coming to light!: every and from which, indirectly, so many' I a explanation ron. j of Jebusit to make it the capital of
It has been stated bv his father and !
caused by flying glass. : hour which emphasize the fact that deaths. His have furlough occurred ending at Camp, he Wheeler. started'- ,'1 members of his family that immediately I'I'i Early in November the British activity -, the prize and prey of half the races
life death in hand. :of the world. It has passed
and hand successively -
, Whole go : resulted in the of Beer-
.i Blocks Are Levelled Blest 1 capture
by ,
back to the cantonment, but on reaching I I after;: becomingsick at Newberryand into the hands of the
In Deaths too horrible to describe occurred 1 south of Jerusalem. Assyrians,
sheba
miles
f the ,
west northwest erds the forty
and New berry, where he had to change 'I his return home Dr. Wllh..ms'wrote j jj
simultaneously! with miracu- 'I j Babylonians! Greeks, Romans Per-
1 : damage was more extensive. It was to the captain of the Fimultaneously a coastal column became -
became
trains his condition worse company
!j, : starts, Arabs, Turks, the motley crowd
lous A six-year-old child
in Richmond, however, opposite the escapes. was his active. By November 7 the city I
II exnlairing why Berry overstayed
unconscious hs I
and becoming : was sent of the Crusaders
to fall before
blown the finally
through roof of house | i
a or Gaza in their hands the
I scene of the and
was
8, explosion, that the havoc back home by friends at that place. furlough, and although no acknowl-
the defendants of Richard the LionHearted :
, was greatest. Whole blocks of dw e'l- rolled from the roof to the ground and I Medical: aid was summoned as soon |( element cf this explanation was re- British were pursuing the Turks to I f
who strove in vain for its
; ij' ings, mostly of frame construction, suffered! only a few scratches. v i I > know it the north, after having inflicted casualties -
as the sick boy reached home, and ]! c: ived, so far as we was understood i
,*::. were levelled. Street after street ;is Another child was rescued from the physicians found him suffering from I I I that his absence had, through :: estimated.as in excess of 10- possession. more than 700 years ago. #

J ,, !in ruins and the structures left stanJ'f ruins in Richmond apparently unhurt. acute broncho-pneumonia, contractedas J the let .r. been explained sufficiently 000. ---.-

, ':.'f'ffog by the explosion were destroyed This rescue and others have added to an aftermath of measles. Dr. Wil Ita: amy orchis! r.ndo more tires By November: 23 the British had A great many Bradford county
! ; by fire which broke out simultaneous: the: fear that many who were maimedby liams, the attending' physician discharged -' tMug'U: of the matter ntH the anoryn I nushed! within five miles of Jerusalemon I farmers will plant Irish potatoes next

t t i!> ly in a score of places and which it falling buildings and unable to help him as cured after several I 'ous ( 'iTu i"aticn was received: the northwest and on December spring, and they should be sure to see

J r).' was impossible to check until they had themselves perished in the flames or weeks!: severe illness' and it is pre- hich i it seems caused the boy, in his 7, Gen Allenby reported the city vir I I that their potato land is well drained.

'J birned themselves out. It is believed have been frozen. "u,re.l young1> Cason notified some of I wakened rendition: ta loeo his wont- tu nil y in his hands. Jerusalem thus i It may happen that we will have a
, scores Some of those have virtually cut off on all sides but wet spring. In this case; the potato
of persons who had been in- reported missing\ his comrades at the Macon camp of eJ grasp upon things! mentally, with was I
; jured by the collapse of their homes been found and some famili.es have his convalescence from this later serious tH result that he took his own life in the east. crop might be ruined if the land is not

} ..: '. perished in the flames. : been reunited. When the body of illness, and of his intention of reference to facing the disgrace ofloVg Few details have come through I drained. Don't wait until the rains

, ,.y;t: ,v Five minutes after the explosion the I returning to his duties. cHr: -1 with desertion from since that date but the incirculating come to do the ditching. Do it before

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.r PAGE FOURTEEN / BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH', STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER' UltT f;

I. _-;:
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i Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa:

I I am going to school every day and Please bring me a sleepy doll, a 32 Henrietta Anevflle.cjf

LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS learning fine. I am in the primer, and little trunk and a little bedstead. I Dear Santa Claus: $

my teacher's name is Mr. John Groover. go to school and study hard. I am Please bring me a big doll .

Santa, please bring me a solid mama's baby girl. I am ten years old. carriage and a wrist watch. de

rubber ball, express wagon, pistol and By by, Santa. RUBY THOMAS. sister, Leila Dea, wants a My little iJ
piato
t Telepraph's ,Little Friends Write Patron Saint What They Would two boxes caps. Don't forget to come and a Dutch doll. rape].
and forget where we live. We don'tlire Dear Santa: FLORENCE t

far from the Lake Butler and I will write a short letter to let ANDREWS.: "
and We Not One of you
them Hope
Like Him to Bring .......;;
Providence big road. Your little boy, you know where I live and what I am !

i Them Will Be Disappointed. ALVIN ALDERMAN.Dear doing. I am trying to learn my les- EDGAR '

sons and be good, smart and obedient. OptlC.Ia.1'e ,, ,
.
Santa Claus: I am ten years old and in the fifth I JACKSONVILLE -
FLABroken
I STARKE FLA.I Dear Santa: I have tried to be a good little girl, grade. I live in Lake Butler and if ; .

HAMPTON, FLA. I I I Please bring me a nice little doll, and I want you to bring me a nice big you have any presents to deliver me Same Lerxsea DupliC4t4; 'v.

Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa Claus-Will you please ): some fruit, nuts, oranges, candy andi doll, and one or two little ones, and if Christmas I would be thankful for WtSpeciiluon fol Day u Rttitved

I read your letter in the Telegraph bring my little brother the same kind i a little doll bed. you can, please bring me a little stove them. Santa, I go to school every day r i4o w.IOrdes.Wtl\y.l ,q l -
and thought I would be one of the of toys you bring to me, for he thinks ;;.
j Your little friend, and some pots, pans-No! a tea set, except Saturday and Sunday and I
first to answer it. I would like to he's most a man like* I am and would J MARGUERITE WILLIAMS.Dear some apples, bananas and nuts. I will study my books until I get tired and I -
have a nice soldier suit and two seta cry for mine, too. We would like for
try to make out with these. Now come, then I play. LEONA KERCE.
. of tinker toys, and a few other things you to bring us some work tools, nails Santa: 111 go to bed early so you won't haveto AUTOSDr.
if you have them. I am a little boy and screws, picture books, balls and 'j
I hope you will remember me, a good wait long. MARY VARNES. Dear Old Santa:
funny toys, also some fruit and
7 years old and in the fourth grade. some
little girl 6 years old. I want you to Will you bring me some apples anda
Now, Santa, I am also writing you candy. Guess this will be enough'forus Tomlinson sells the -
bring me a big doll and a carriage to Dear Santa Claus: schoolboy's outfit? I am 10 years OVERLAND.I.
for my little sister Hilda. She is four as there are so many little boys. I have been sick and couldn'tgo old and would be Chas. Marks the SASH
LESTER PRICE ride it in, a pretty dress and some hair today glad to have a pair ; ,f
With love.
1 years old and would like for you to to school but think I will of Jesse Alexander
ribbon. I want some candy and nuts go to- leggins. Don't forget me. the /'
CHEVROLET-/
bring he ra nice big doll and one that and.JOHN ELDREDGE ROBINSON. .
morrow. I don't want to miss
PRESTON NETTLES.
and apples, oranges and grapes, andI anymore Albert Anderson the FORD.
L--- can shut her eyes and a lot of other, than I Santa
will be a good little girl till I see can help. bring mea
thngs if you have them. Please Santa Dear Santa Claus-Please bring mea little doll little Hello We sell INSURANCE
you Christmas. UNAES KEEN. carriage a tea set Dear Santa: on these
l don't forget the little Belgian chil- china cabinet and a doll bureau and ANY CUI-
} and some fruit of some kind. That'sall Wll you bring me a little express or OTHER.
little table and chairs. .
dren little friend bring a
and my Eugene Santa for this time, will want more next and
i Dear : wagon some apples and candy? I '
1i I Henry, who lives here. I will close, LUCILE MITCHELL.Dear J. R. DAVIS ;'j
time. Would write &
6 old
Please bring me for Christmas a more but mama am years and going to school. I CO.
t with love, your little friend, rubber ball wants me to to the kitchen with like teacher he is ;,
HERBERT DURDEN. Santa Claus-Will you please. a pistol, some caps, some go my ; good to me. Starke Fla. '

bring me a soldier suit, a cap pistol i marbles, candy, pecans, apples, or- her. Your little girl, ZENUS NETTLES. ...

Dear Santa Claus: and case, a pair of gloves, a train, a anges, nuts, and a few pennies if youcan MAMIE ALDERMAN. -

I will write a letter to you to tell railroad track and a depot, and a toy spare them these hard war times. Dear Santa Claus:
I will be Your Dear Old Santa Claus: Please send me for Christmas
little
a good boy. a
automobile. I will to be Ask Your
you what I want you to bring me. try a good Groce-
friend, TOMMIE WILLIAMS. I will write you a few lines to let harp and a knife with a chain on it.
little till Christmas. I can't write
Please dolL boy
I want
bring new
me a big
you know what I want for Christmas. I want a flag, a little toy automobileand
that will and shut her 'but mother is writing for me. Yours
one open eyes. I Dear Santa Claus: II I I am a very small girl. I want a nice a watch. HARDEN AMBROSE.
with love. MERRILL McMILLAff.
Will bring little bed for her
you me a
wish you to bring me a bicycle for doll and a doll carriage for the doll. I I
to sleep in? Be that the doll
sure
you Christmas so I can ride to school. I would like to have a teddy bear and a Dear Santa Claus
brag me wil lopen and shut her eyes. Dear Santa Claus-I want you to I. : CHEEMEAL'SCOFFEES
am going to be ten years old the 24th set of dishes. I want to ask good old Please send me for Christmas doll I !1
Now will you please bring me a girl bring me a bicycle, a watch and chain, a ,
of December, and I have three miles'to Santa to bring me a little stove. You doll carriage doll trunk
and umbrella.
bicycle and bring me a doll carriage, some nuts, fruit and candy, and a lit- a -
walk all by myself. I will close now brought me a stove last Christmas I want hat for the doll
dresser
a
t and bring me a pencil box with some I tle train and a horn. With just loadsof a
pencils in it. VERA SAXON. i love. GEORGE C. JOHNS. and don't forget some fruit. Your and I have it yet. I won't ask you to and looking glass and a hand bag, andI

",. friend, CHRISTINE KAHR. bring me any more, as you will be a want a bed for my doll.FLOREIDE .

.:J Dear Santa Claus-Papa said I have Dear Santa Claus: good Santa if you bring me all those. AMBROSE.

4 been a good girl and '1 want you to Please send me five coon trapsbesure So by by. RUBY VARNES. Best 1

H: 1 bring me a pair of nice kid gloves and they have two springs each for LAKE BUTLER, FLA. Dear Santa Claus- By Every Tesf fl

". j a tatting shuttle. That is all. From those what have only one spring ain't Dear Old Santa: : Sopchoppy Fla.

Jt: ,. your little friend, HAZEL. no good. And, dear Santa, give me an I am writing you this letter to tell Please bring me a ball, a wagon, a My Dear Santa Claus: ,.

\ __ electric torch to shine 'possums' eyes my Christmas wishes. I have been avery box of candy, apples and bananas, a I read your letter in the Telegraph.You .

..l.i'; Dear Santa-I would like the follow- with-also a new skinning knife whatwon't good boy this year and have been harp and you need not bring me a pistol said you wanted all the little :
l, as I have the one me last boys and girls to write and tell
you gave you H
(: ing articles for Christmas: 1 Latin cut the hide. I am a little boy obedient to papa and mama and my
liI\::\, class, 1 book of foolish answers to what loves to catch varmints. Yours school teacher, trying to be good year, but I want about 25 boxes of you just what they most desired you j

,'q." I foolish questions and a Dodge automobile lovingly. B. F. ROBERTS. enough to own a tricycle. My little caps. I am going to look for you to bring them. You spoke of journeying l A >

\i! with driver attached. Sincerely, brother, Willie, wants one, too, and sure. Goodby, Santa. As ever, on southward after visiting Brad- Jia*<

ti '}' PROF. C. C. HOBBS. Dear Old Santa: my little sister, Ruth, wants a big doll PITT VARNES. ford children, and I thought for fear I*

"tR I little girl 2 6 monthsold Baby Edna May you would not reach West Florida I R
-:1 .,' am a years, says me wants one Dear Old Santa 4:
Dear Santa Claus-How are you and I'm as nice as ca nbe. I want doll, too. So I hope to see you Christ- : had better write and give you a special

feeling I am feeling fine. Please you to think of me Christina sand to mas. SETH NETTLES. Please bring me a doll and doll carriage invitation and press you most espe-
bedstead, chairs, table and some cially to come to Sopchoppy, Fla., for HARDWAREW
11r bring me a bicycle. I,want a rubber bring me a big nice doll and a little I
,t: pretty pictures. Would be glad to have that is my home and I'm going to look
ball of shoes
{ and a handkerchief, and a footbalL pair and socks, size 6 and a Dear Old Santa Claus
'. ,, : some oranges, apples, raisins and nuts for ycu. I will be satisfied with most
I will close for this time. pretty little dress. And
candy ap I am going to write few linesto
you a Santa, I have three little brothers thatcan't anything that can't be used in the W
VIVIAN SAXON. ples, and nuts I
oranges My, hope to let you know what I would like to
write. Please don't
them but I do
forget war
want
; really a bicycle.
what
get I wish for. Good bye, dear have Christmas.
doll
Bring me a that the least
'
one is seven months old. SARAH ADKINS
.: a Dearest Santa-I want you to send me Santa, till Christmas. can open and shut her eyes,'and a little CHARLOTTE BLACKWELDER.I WILLIS. A
RS five good basket ball players and DORTHA KEEN. '
a carriage, too, and also a bed and a
,s i coach a rubber ball and bat. Please Dear Santa Claus I
r a : trunk and some fruit if you wish. I Dear Santa Lulu, Fla.
:3 oblige your little friend. I will write you a few lines telling have a little sister and brother thatcan't I : Dear Santa Claus: R

., RALPH WILLIAMS. you what I want you to bring me for fcwrite, please bring them some and want you little to bring me a big doll I will write you a letter to let you I

I P. S.-And a big, walking, talking Christmas. Please bring me pair of little a pretty carriage, nuts and know what "
; a toys too. I am 8 years old. Your fruit crackers and candy of all kinds I want you to bring me
doll. R. W. skates and a little knife to take to little friend. this Christmas. I want a Christmastree E
and a tea set, a little bureau and piano
-
school with me to sharpen my pencil LUCILE DOUGLASS.Dear like brought me last
k Well Santa you year, a
Dear Old Santa Claus-Please bring with. Please bring me an instruction you must not for- baby doll with a pacifier, a bed for her

1 me for Christmas one rubber ball, set book on music. Please bring me some Old Santa Claus: get am me pap's, for and I am mama's a pretty little baby.I to sleep in, and just anything else you C, Jones

glass marbles, 1 cap pistol, handkerchiefs handkerchiefs and a mouth organ. Will write you a letter, as it is near- baby. have that yo uthink I would like. Your
SURINE
1.r boy's tie, knife, horn, sack of With love fromMYRTLE ly Christmas and tell you just how TAYLOR. little friend, EULA WITT. Starke Florida 'f-

.:.4' candy and little wagon. Thanking you HODGES. many pretty things I want. I want. Dear Santa Claus: ;
in advance. I am one of your littleschool air rifle
one some BB shot, little train
Will
r'i boys. A. C. HICKEY, JR. Dear Santa: mouth harp, fire crackers I you rbing me a watch and knife .
roman can- for Christmas
?
As I in .111I
am paralyzed "
I am a girl of six years of age. I dles, bicycle, candy, apples and nuts,
Dear Old Santa Claus-I to school and I the my right leg and have to walk on -
am writing go am in first also a teddy bear. Now Santa don't
as you this morning for grade, and I want to crutches, I would be glad of some new
f. I a few'presents you bring me a get lost when you start to my houseI crutches
for Christmas.
: Send me rubber ball of doll and a little train and little Will be looking -
a set a au live right side of the road four i for
& marbles, a watch, handkerchief, cap tomobile, a little toy horse and wagon miles from Lake Butler. Will close, you. LEWIS NETTLES. ]

""pistol, a horn and some candy and a and a lot of candy and a sack of pea hoping to see Christmas come. I '
f am Dear Santa
: pair of leggins. Thanking you in ad- nuts, oranges, bananas, apples and ,' your little friend, Claus: Farm '
; vance. I am one of your little school anything else you want to bring. From I I'I WESLEY GILLYARD. I am a little boy six years old, go- Lands In Fertile Florida ,
ing to school
boys. OTTO every day and learning .
HICKS. your sincere one. I ..s.
.y I I --- fine. My little sister and brother are farm than you have may be yours,if you'll investigate _
THELMA UNDERHILL. Dear Santa: ABETTER along and uear a progressive railroad. Your earning '
,
' i Dear Santa-I am a little girl, 9 I I Will write little letter going to school with me. Santa, bringme will be more if the growing capacity of your land agreater.
you a to tell .
years old. I a pistol, two boxes of caps and a These communities are rapidly developing..good schools, ,
am going to tell j
you I Dear Santa Claus: you what I want you to bring me on solid rubber ball. churches and transportation.
You ?
Q what I I can bring the .j
want-it's a baby doll, carriage I I want you not to forget me and I Christmas. Santa, I live four miles The Florida
express to brother Alvin. East
wagon
my Coast
i and bedstead. Best wishes.INEZDRAWDY.. have a little brother and sister, too, north of Lake Butler in the country.I I I Be sure and don't Railway 11F1aa1er i
I forget where .
we ( ,....
5
who want a few things. Elizabeth andI go to school. I am in the second Ive ) ,
and
go on by and give our presents through subsidiary companies-the Model Land Co.. Perrine Grant
: each want a doll and some story grade. I want you to bring me a air to some other boys. Your little Laad Co..Chuluota Co., and Okeechobee Co.-own* and has foe sale t l
Dear Santy-I am a little girl, 7 r books and some games to play. My rifle, little train, BB buckshot, little large tracts of land suitable for farms and truck garden Write today I 1{t
boy.
C. J. ALDERMAN. for illustrated free literature. t
Your
I years old. I am going to school. I brother wants a box of tools and a horse and wagon, roman candles, four in detail. inquires answered promptly and ..s

want a big sleeping doll, carriage and little train, also some candy, nuts and boxes fire crackers, candy, pecans, apples J. E. INGRAHAM, V-ace-PnaideDt ."!

piano. Best wishes. fruit, if you can spare this much. Your and one cocoanut. Well, guess I Dear Old Santa Claus: FLORIDA JAS.EAST D. INGRAHAM.COAST SaUs Ages

LORNE DRAWDY. little friend. will close, hoping for you to visit m Am writing you a few words to tell .... 102 CUy Bulding RAILWAY COMPANY St AigwtiM. Florida "' 'I

GLADYS WILLIAMS. home Christmas. As ever, your ypoll what I want Christmas. I want a

Dear. Banta-1 atJa little girl, 3 friend, CARL GILLYARD. doll that can shut and open her eyes,

years old. I am going to tell you I Ih and a doll bed, doll carriage and a .

what I want-a baby doll, carriage, : Dear Santa: Dear Santa Claus: doll trunk. Would also like some fruit. -
bedstead and tea set. Best I am a girl of 11 years of age andI I Your 7 old -
organ will write you a few lines to let year friend,
wishes JOHNNY RUTH DRAWDY. am in the sixth grade. I study hard you know I have not forgot the good ROZELL DOUGLASS.
'J and I want you to bring me a doll anda -
box of candy and a box of station opportunity you gave the little folksof
I Dear Old Santa Claus-I writ
Bradford
am
county. I thankful
ery, a ring and a roll of Eastman am very Dear Santa Claus:
ing you this morning asking you to of the opportunity to write to
films for you. I am a Ittle girl five old
my camera, 2x3% and a years and
please Christmas I
bring me some little
pres am a girl eight old.
years I
book of go I want to bring little
kind you me
story some and some a tricycle -
ents. Please bring me a ring, a hand to Brannen to school. I in the
*. kerchief, some candy, a necklace andIOme oranges, apples, pecans, grapefruit, reader. am second a big sleeping doll, a bedstead ands
ribbon. I remain and a box of raisins and peanuts, and Miss My teacher's name i carriage. I have got a little brother- ORDERS BY MAIL
as ever, Madge Hunter. 1 like her fine.
ALTA HICKS. anything else you want to bring me.. I bring him something, too. Your lit-
From your sincere one, will tel you what I want for Christ tle friend, ESTELL SPIRES. Greenleaf & Crosby Company has for ;years

KATHLEEN UNDERHILL mas. I want a doll, some toy dishes, transacted business by mall to the com-
Dearest Old Santa-I am a little a little automobile full of candy, some plete satisfaction of its patrons. Each department -

girl 7 years old; live in the country fruit, nuts. I will close, so by-by, good Dear Santa Claus: is in charge of a manager experienced -

3 miles west of Hampton. Hope you Dear Santa Claus: Santa. MAGGIE VARNES. I am only 4 years old and I wish you in the delicate duty of choosing ar-

wil Iremember me and visit me again I am a little girl 9 years old and go would bring me some chewing gum ticles for shipment In response to mail inquiries -

k this year. Dear Old Santa, pleasebring to Sunday school every Sunday and to Dear Old Santa: and a little broom and some red silk Patrons are thus assured of

me a doll and tea set, stove and school every day, and get my lessons I take pleasure in writing you to let ribbon and some apples. Now good- promptness and efficiency in filling orders

bed for dollie, and a dress, hair ribbon good. I want you to bring me a big you know what I want for Christmas. bye, dear Santa, I will be looking for equal to purchases made in person.

candy and nuts for me, and, dear doll and a pretty dress and< a yard of I want you to bring me a doll and doll i my presents on Christmas even.

.j I Santa, I have a little brother 3 years hair ribbon and something nice to eat, carriage and a little stove and dishes VERA NETTLES. SELECTION PACKAGESWhen

.. old. Please bring him a horse and like candy, apples, oranges, bananas and pots, and you know I want apples,
wagon and knife. I hope you will remember and some nuts. So thanks will be
to oranges, candy, nuts, raisins and some Dear Santa Claus: satisfactory references are given.
all the little girls and boys you, dear Santa, when I get my things pretty pictures. Please do not forget I am a little girl and to school. I Greenleaf & Crosby Company will send se-
and give them some that will till Christmas go lection packages of
toys Goodbye any of these things want you to bring me doll that will jewelry for inspection,
a
make them so happy. Dear Santa, I DORA DICKERSON. CORA BLACKWELDER. paying all express charges.
_""" go to sleep and a tea set and a go-
will close letter
now. Hope
my you
cart. Bring sister a doll, too, and
i will bring my things. With much love Dear Santa Dear Old Santa: bring all School mates lot Greenleaf
: my a of r i &
to I little Crosby Co. --
am girl.LUCILE
you your Please bring me a ball, some marbles It is with pleasure I write you, let toys. Your friend, ,

HALL. a pistol and some caps, some ting you know what I want you to ETHEL SPIRES. Eatabllsled ladg

candy, nuts, oranges, apples, raisins bring me. I want a tricycle, a littletrain
Dear Santa Claus-We two little Gift-Giving Goods
are little
and hoe
rake and shovel.
and a sweater, and I will be a good
girls, five and seven old. We Dear Santa Claus:
years boy. Your little friend.YAKCEY. My little brother, Aurelius, wants a i
would like a doll and doll carriage, S. tricycle, little automobile and a little Please bring me an air rifle and a JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE -
WILLIAMS.
I some toys and candy. hammer. We like candy, oranges, ba. watch and chain and I would be glad if CHINA, GLASS. LEATHER

zr RUBY and JESSIE MAY HARVEY. nanas, apples and nuts, too. Hope you you would bring me one book of Bil GOODS. COMPLETE LINE OF

t f I Dear Santa Claus: will not forget us.JULIUS ly Sunday, as I would like to read his MILITARY JEWELRY.

I'r Dear Santa Claus-Please bring me My name is Dick Mason, Jr. I a 11 BLACKWELDER. sermons. I am 12 years old and going -

:c a gun and a story book, and a tool : five years old. I want a Ittle toy pool to school and like my school mates !Itt 41 W. Bay St., Jacksonville FU.QRUEN.
,
chest filled with tools and a jumpingjack. i table also two-wheel bicycle, lots Dear Santa: well. Good-bye dear Santa.

I am a good little boy, just five. of candy, oranges and nuts and some I want you to bring me a little horse LESLIE NETTLES.

years old. I live at Hampton, Fla. candy canes. Oh, yes, I forgot! also and buggy and self-cranking car

LESLIE FUTCH. want a wagon and rocking horse, anda and a little wagon and a little shotgun Dear Santa Claus:

little chair for me to sit on, and a so I can go hunting with papa. I am Will you please bring me a doll and

Dear Santa'Claus-I want a Christmas nice pencil box so I can go to school. papa's little man and can count to one some doll dresses, and a nice little '
tree and I want tool chest and Don't forget sister, Mabel, hundred. cup
i
a my my cousin I want fruits and candy of and some little shells, some big sticksof
don't forget friends, Herbert and Robert and little Harry Newcomb. all
my > kinds. Well. Santa, you must of candy. Come soon, as I to bed
Johnny. Your. boy. 11 I think that will be all for this time. I 1 I sure and come Christmas. From when Mary does. As ever.MARTHA go Veri Thin Watch

EUGENE HENRY. DICK MASON, .JR. JOHN EDGE TAYLOR. VARNES. ,- --_._--_. "


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f SCHOOL FOR RADIO OPERATORS.In tttttttttttttttttt ant are satsfied.It fields, as a rule, and this circumstance i t>l:
t is said that the negroes have an covers a multitude of shortcomings in

"b News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. accordance with a request from + BRADFORD'S COLORED COLt + artistic temperament. This is corrob- Peetsville agriculture. ;'-1

Washington the University of Florida + Y. + orated here, in the abhorrence they Scott Strong, an old-time negro, is "
for + + show for straight lines, and the fencesare the patriarch of the colony. He has '_
has made arrangements giving .
Live State News courses to train radio operators.The + (By H. E. Lagergren.) + anything but straight. However, many descendants, whom he hat -, .
[ course is strictly limited to con + + the casual observer will seldom note taught to walk in the fear of the Lord.

r J scripted men who expect to enter the ttttttttttttttttt this, as the enclosures are generally Other prominent men in the colony '
in the second or later drafts. Bradford county is not in the "black hidden by a luxuriant growth of dog- are Peter Tisdale, Will Green, Jeff
Told by Our Exchanges.KNIGHTS. I The army army authorities wish to have 15- belt," and it is therefore curious thata I fennels and briars. The architectureof j I Surtain and Henry Abraham. Abra- r

000 radio operators trained as quicklyas large colony of colored people should the fences is of the renaissance ham is, besides a thriving farmer, a A
possible. Proficient radio opera- be found within her borders. It is sit I style-the renaissance that followedthe I doctor of the faith-cure cult He has + .

.-Shipping citrus hu. ly this morning wrought the worst I tors are assigned to the Signal Corps, uated south and southeast of Lawtey. stone age. They are composite a good practice and succeeds well for

kept both the packing houses in this damage, the crops standin gthe Satur- with a slight increase in pay over unskilled Lawtey in the early days was an im- structures of wire slabs and poles. faith is strong in the brethren, and the

') city busy for the last two weeks. One day night cold fairly well. Other veg- men, and with much better portant logging station and employed Sometimes they are of palings and are is the last resort of many white .
of the factories is running night shifts etable crops also suffered, but the let- prospect of advancementThe many colored men, then, about 1878, then at least man-proof, as few wouldbe persons, also with strong faith, whose
Strawberries will begin to move about tuce and celery crops will suffer the a large Northern immigration set in, reckless enough to risk their limbs ailments have defied doctors of the
the 17th. The light frost last week most. Reports from the citrus fruit instruction is given at nights, and the negroes already there found climbing over them. The German of- recognized schools. The Peetsvillians
it be available to
only caused a little damage. district state that the orange fcnd in order that may plenty of employment clearing land ficers, who dote on entanglements, ,have their churches schools and lodg-
grapefruit and lemon trees are un- conscripted men in the neighborhoodof for orange groves, and more of them could learn valuable lessons in Peets- I es and are a happy lot "Sufficient for
Roland harmed. Gainesville who are employed dur- came in from other places. When the ville. A number of ditches had once the day is the evil thereof," they seem
.q TALLAHASSEE.- Alberry, is free
ing the day. The course open, land clearing was over with the straw- been dug to drain the rather flat lands |to think, and what misunderstandings
y who killed his wife at Key West and ARCADIA.-Andrew Raun Ger- of any charge, to any conscripted men berry growing began, which kept the but their existence is not know beforeone they may have are settled through the .
life his of a
t wa sserving a sentence plea arrested at Moore fro manywhere, who are not likely to negroes employed, then the late John tumbles into them, as they are intermediation of friends, and the :
unwritten law failing to acquit man, was Haven from
the be rejected or exempted army Bennett started cross-tie busi- completely hidden by briars and weeds whole colony .1
a large appears as one large
here for seditious
of near today using
r- him, was paroled at request and to service. Persons coming from a distance ;
which called hands. The The comfortable to their 1 family. (
the ness, or more dwellings are .
; who will language against government and
Arthur Gomez care will be ad-
: take this
Judge to course
President Wilson. Raun claims colored population, through immigration owners, for comfort is only a relative 1 This little piece of Africa is of great !
in the future. Alberry had to bea dormitoriesfor ,
Alberry
; for mitted to the University
r and l 'ths increased andis term. There neat and service to Lawtey both by their trad-
developed tuberculosis at Raiford. Dane, but men who know him say week. >i rapitl are many |, ,
board and lodging at $5
he is e German. He ha);; recently per train now quite large. well built dwellings, good enough for ing and the furnishing of labor. Were .
The aim of this is to
homesteaded tract of land in the course Soon after the strawberry growingwas anybody, but the most of them do not it not for these colored men women '.{
x ARCADIA.-During an altercation southern part a of the state. Dane, or radio operators so as to be able to the receive inaugurated the colored men be- come up to the white man's idea of j and children, who work faithfully in !

' about a personal matter in. a local Dutch, he is done.FERNAN1J1NA.. or send radio messages at gan to clamor for land, so that they comfort, or even safety. For if white the strawberry fields, the berry indus-
drug store tonight, Leon A. Stroud, rate of 20 words per minute. The could farm on their own account. The men should have such chimneys and try of Lawtey could never have reached k

t assistant cashier of a bank here, was I training is similar to that of a tele- late Mr. E. G. Hill.was an enterprising flues to their homes they would soon such immense proportions. Besides J

r struck on the head by Dr. J. H. Sim- .-A shark fourteen graph operator, and will not deal real estate man and was busy set- burn down. A special providenceseems they contribute a good deal of

mons, prominent physician, and died a feet long, was caught by a fishermanin much with setting up radio apparatus tling white men of limited means on to guard the colored men in this their own raising to the berry ship .
few minutes later. It Is said Simmons a shrimp trawler on the south end (instruction on this will be given af- the Woodlawn Park lands west of I respect ments. While they live in peace among

used only his naked fist. Simmons was of Amelia island and owing to its tar entering the army). It is esti- Lawtey. He owned large tracts af The virgin soil is covered with wire- themselves, they get along well with I

. arrested, but he refused to discuss the I enormous size it was brought to Fer- mated that it takes 200 hours of prac- land south and southeast of the town, grass, but after being broken up and the white people and have their best

reason for the row. Both men have nandina, dissected and a most grue- tice to gain the necessary proficiency. and he decided to accommodate the the "sourness" is out of it, it is not wishes. ;:

r families. Stroud was about 30 years I some find was discovered. A man's Accordingly, by giving his whole colored men with homesteads. He so heavy and clammy as the common ')'!...

old: head and hand, in perfect compositionwere time to practicing, and working 48 first laid out Peetsville (named after wiregrass soil, being of a more porous PLENTY OF PROOF ./
. found inside; a whole marsh hen hours a week, a man could secure his Peter Tisdale, a worthy colored man, texture. The land has a gentle :

t.t t TALLAHASSEE. second car- was also found. There are about two I certificate of proficiency in about four still living,) southeast of Lawtey, em- slope toward the west. Strawberrieswas
weeks. From People You Know-From Starke
' load of automobile tags has been received hundred boats engaged in shrimping I. bracing 120 acres. Peetsville was soon until last year, the principal crop,
1I by State Comptroller Ernset off Fernandina, but no report could While the work of this course has filled up, and Mr. Louis H. Hill, who and they grow here to perfection, but Citizens.
force of .be heard of any accident among the already started suitable applicantswill succeeded his father in the business, last spring the colored men showed
Amos and a men are engaged -
,
f, in sending out the tags to the var- :fleet be admitted at any time, as it is has ever since sold land to the negroes their patriotism by planting food The greatest skeptic can hardly fail

ious automobile owners of the i not necessary that all members of the in quantities to suit purchasers, crops, mostly corn and sweet potatoes. to be convinced by evidence like this.

who, not wishing to be state'l I II I ARCADIA. The army aviation class shall have made equal progress. but generally in ten-acre lots, until Moreover, they cultivated their fields It is impossible to produce better tt
For further information, apply at the original colony has been extended well and their abundant of merit than the of "
reward
not having tags on their cars, have I'board, through Col. Edgar, has noti- was proof testimony
to J. R. Benton Dean of the Col-
once on all sides. Cotton had not been residents of Starke who
made requisition to the comptroller fied Senator D. U. Fletcher's office, crops. grown people canbe'seen
;. r for same. The first carload of tags that the contract for the constructionof lege of Engineering, University of The colored people live and multiplyin here before, but several of the farm- at any time. Read the follow.

-, has not been entirely exhausted but the buildings at the Arcadia station Florida, Gainesville, Florida. peace and contentment When the ers planted the staple last spring, and ing case of it: r =

.. 't> a number of the series therein have I had been formally awarded to theJ. :. lots were first staked off, the corner Joe Strong and Maria Tompkins hadas Hansford Austin, farmer Starke : :;

been.U G. White Engineering Company, of THE TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL monuments were of "fat" lightwood, I. fine cotton as one would want to says: "I was having trouble from my !
C';.' New York. There will be four unitsor the best that could be found nearby. i'I see. But litttle syrup is produced, back aJ?! the time and Doan's Kidney I J'.
.l- squadrons, as it is called, which But the settlers, after havng used up though patches of cane were seen on Pills cured me. Others of the family 1
TAMPA.-Reports reaching here means two separate fields of two units One Hundred Seventy-eight Persons the stumps for kindling wood, in obed- every hand before the frost made it have also used this medicine with r
:;;, from all sections of the state indicate each. Senator Fletcher was also ad- Paid Subscription During Nov. ience to their practical instincts, pull- necessary to cut them. We suspectthe good results. I am glad to endorseit.
.
;; that last night's cold wave did no .'vised that the contractors would be in ed up the monuments and used them reason to be that at the cane

: harm to the citrus trees or fruit. Only I I: Washington Monday for conference, During the month of November 178 for kindling. Their location was soon grindings so much juice is consumedby Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't

. f- in a few localities did the temperature I and that immediately thereafter the persons paid subscription to the Tele- forgotten, and in course of time the visiting neighbors till but little is simply ask for a kidney remedy-get ,#
t{ reach as low as 26, and then only i. work of constructing the buildings graph. Their names follow and we boundaries became so badly mixed up left for syrup. Every farm has its Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that

.f; for a short time. More than two hours'.will be begun.BRONSONBecause. take this method of acknowledging receipt till a plat of the enclosed areas, as little garden of vegetables, but fruit cured Mr. Austin. Foster-Milburn Co., t'

!i:; \ of this temperature is necessary tot of payment and assuring our they exist today would look like a trees are seldom seen. Hogs are not Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ((40) !t
: hurt the fruit, and much lower would I I friends of our appreciation: "crazy-quilt." Such a state of affairsin plentiful on account of the small hold-

j.; t be required to harm the trees. Mr. Robert Can- Thomas Dix. W. E. Thornton, Jr a white settlement would lead to ings, which do not leave much for hog Piles Cured..e to 14 Days y
Skelfy reports that tender vegetables non found the crop of a quail which T. F. Gaskins. T. E. Lewis. feuds and law suits, but as long as feed after the family needs of grits Vocr Arugtftt will refund money If PAM
"( 1 are damaged in some cases, as are a had been killed on his farm loaded Mrs. D. C. Cason. J. F. Rosier. these colored folks only get what land and meal have been supplied. The OINTMENT Blind.Blepdnl; fails Prot-uclinsr to err IDT Vie rise In of 6to14c'3rs.itching, .

} few strawberries which were not pro- with boll weevils he came to Bronson, G. W. Anderson. W. E. Forsyth. they care to cultivate, they don't care stumps have been removed from the The brstaool.rrt4nnaie-ka( *.and Rest. Sue .
tected. Onl ythe lettuce that was a distance of about twenty miles, to Sam Ballinger. John P. Sapp.T. .

? "s; headed, which was very little, was confer with County Judge Willis and M. Williams. D. Griffis.
w: hurt. Celery and the greater portion to ascertain if he could keep huntersoff D. W. Swindul. J. M. Futch.T. ,
ir'V, artJ !W .i'tl"'ftrr., "t1 1 'ty't_
T. A. Crawford. W. F. Harnage.C. .
touched. his
-$ }. of strawberries were not land which is not fenced. Mr.
, '. A. Hazen. G. C. Driggers. &
,
;
;. f Cannon was very much disappointed
H. H. Williams. Gad. Griffis. DO YOUR
; t !' LEESBURG.-Lake* county is setting I I when informed that he could not. It is J. H. Green. J. M. Dubose.

.t.: }'.' the pace for eradicating the fever stated on good authority that on the J. Crews. W. S. Noble. I CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
-J'. ';0 ticks next season, having been the farms in this county where the quail John Crews. J. R. McLeod. a =
:.' : first of the counties which have a and other insect destroying birds have J. B. Nettles. D. I. Blume. a
been protected the boll weevil is but Joe Torton. H. T. Dowling. '
;. : chance to clean up and get released a BY MAIL
'f from the tick fever quarantine next seldom seen, while on adjoining farms Ollie E. Griffis. C. M. McKinney.H. -
i:.I where the public is permitted to hunt E. Lagergren J. W. Townsend.
f. year, to set a date for the election to
-'x: y' vote for compulsory dipping of cattle.1 I! cotton crops have been practically devastated -.!J.Phillip W. Keen.Nettles. T.A. W.W. Sweat.Anderson.J. AT FURCHGOTT'SJacksonville's ,

1. At the regular meeting of the county I I by this pest. E. Williams. Miss Eva Williams r'.
;:' ; commissioners last week petitions for I I Jesse Thomas. W. H. Clemons. '

: the election were presented, signed by i(I l\IIAl\II.-J. Watson Schulse, who J. G. Roberts. E. L. Crosby.S. Store Accommodating .

..: : 329 of the legal voters. After the lives three miles west of Miami, accompanied J. Johnson. J. C. Griffis. _
t" commissioners had set a date on Jan- :: by his brother-in-law, of Mrs W. Wills. W. H. Green 1 We Prepay Transportation Charges on'

uary were brought 15, 1918 in., Petitions additional for petitions Escam-j j:i in Ocala an,automobile who were hurrying this morning to the to city C.Dr.E.A.Murrhee.J. Boss. A.R. L.S. Stearns.Humphrey. = All Orders of $5.00 or More./ t ?
secure
-
J, C. Keene. J. J. Hutson.F. /
bia and counties
( Orange being
are pre-
a physician for Rev. Sanborn'sdaught"er ;
pared. NO doubt their elections will 'I A. Andrews. J. E. Adkins. 4s44 You are guaranteed the same high-class ;
sixteen-year-old met with ,
an .
L. L. H. F.
Mrs. Redding.J. '
..: be held early in next so their Sapp. merchandise when order mail
year I accident. While driving on West 12th B. Seals. M. M. Hale. 2 you by as >lx
; fcattle f owners can get relief from tick street near a deep sewer cut, the automobile !: Alvarez. W. H. Underhill. :; if you came into our big store and made your selections personally.There :
5 IJ.. quarantine. suddenly swerved to the A. B. Shaw. Jeff Surtain.F. .

S 1"t-; north, landing in tiltS deep cut Rev. B. Johns. B. Wells. are thousands of beautiful gifts on display in our store, but there are thousands of people

L; ORLANDO.-Whitney W. Wright i, Sanborn was cut about the face and J. C. Crawford. J.C. E.Sullivan.Hugh Andrews.J. t; living at a distance who will not have an opportunity to visit our store. To give you the 'I'jIf" ;n
Lois
:: was seriously and perhaps fatally injured i head, but the others in the machine Miss Kelly. and the immense varieties offered =
I S. Norman. J. P. Welch. benefit of the excellent money-saving opportunities we quote "y; -
: the home escaped injury. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham
\ yesterday afternoon at I E. E. Wills. Roy Roberts. .'i- here a list of attractive gift suggestions.I :tI
V' of his mother on "Rock Lake, a few happened along just at the timeof R. A. Griffis. J. W. Alvarez. <
'. *' miles northeast of the city. Mr. I the accident and took Mr. Sanbornto Brown.
S. W.
S. Mercer.
1 1Wright had gone to start a gasoline I the city where his wounds were J.C. F. Rivers. R. M. Cason.W. I I READ THIS LIST OF SPLENDID VALUES-ORDER AT ONCE. I

.\ engine for his mother. After it had' dressed and a physician secured to attend W. R. Moran. A. Werts. e .

l started a pulley seems to have come to his daughter. Dr. Sanborn T. S. Langford. James Crews. Men's Bathrobes at $5.00 GIFTS SUITABLE Boys' Bath Robes !r
i,' loose from the shaft, and this broke wasd riving the automobile at the time F. A. Scott. N. Sternberg.T. 'I'j
M Made of blanket robes In a Blanket Bathrobes Crash Robes
heavy or
of the accident. Just how of the Moore. I. N. Starling. FOR WOMEN
i other parts of the machinery of the any J. ?" number of attractive designs In in pink blue red or gray, sites tan
pump, and in some manner his head occupants of the car escaped death is M. A. Thomas. W. H. Johnson. colors. Handsome borders 6 to 14 years each . .92M
.. was hit and seriously cut His mother a mystery. I J. C. Cone. B. D. Kelly.G. ( around bottom at sleeves and on Silk Fiber Sweaters at 4
W. Roberts. Mrs. J. R. Garris. pockets with neck cord and girdle Boys' Rain Coats
.. ..heard the nois, in the little building P. H. Dowling. Mrs. A. C. Rowe. a't at ...... ... ... .. ... .$s.oo $T50 ,
where the pump and engine are located ORLANDO.-A gloom was cast ov- M. G. Griffis. J. B. Florrid.Handy ......- With hats to match boxed In holiday -
I and going out there found her son er the entire city Monday when the H. S. Long. Brymer. M. \ 'sTies, 25c and 55c Made of highly mercerized pure oxes. All sizes each $5.00 ,-4f.

in a pool of blood with a severe wound news began to spread that Rev. J. B. G. W. Hazen.H.. D. May. Fine silk ties with Vide flowing wool fiber In a plain stitch with Boudoir ., er
'. !,r in the scalp and unconscious. He was Ley, the popular and much loved pas- P. L. Thomas.R.. D. Lee. + ends, every Imaginable color and deep collar, rose and Copenhagen sash style, beltColors gold Caps g Ir
". t4 hurried to the city and placed in the tor of the Methodist church had died Kirby Smith.Walter Ferris. combination two qualities 2Sc, 55e and lavender Our Christm special A wonderful assortment of Crepe ,.
i A. J. Milliard. r . . . de Chine boudoir caps trimmed ,
',. sanitarium, where a delicate operationwas at an early hour of the day. Mr. Ley C. II. Clark. Mahogany Smokers'Stands at $7.50 with exquisite laces white pink 1'J 4

performed. was stricken with serious illness a Sam Summers.H.. L. Lewis. ; and blue. Each boxed . .$1.00 3
Henry Summers. J. M. Mott.S. Silk Blouses at $4.75.
week or more ago, but was gaining his :,
Osteen. S. S. Griffis.R. ,
R. Conveniently equipped with match Bath Towels
; !- TAMP-The biggest gambling usual health when a relapse came, B. Price.V.. H. Kerce. \\jio ash and cigar holders, Smart, new styles of the best
; haul of year bothin point of men ar- which made it necessary for him to W. J. Johnson.F.. II. Douglass, Jr. M $1.50. 3.00 and $ O. quality Georgette Crepe and Large size hemmed bath towels ,
de Chrn In white and :J
He takento Table Stand with ciCrepe with pink or blue borders, %
undergo operation.
rested mone yseized and paraphernalia an was LouisMkerson. Mahogany
: t W. L. Blair. flesh color. Some have beautiful heavy quality each . SOe }'jl
humidor cabinet and other "
captured, was made about midnight a local hospital and after the opera- J. M. Fralick. W. H. Nettles. gar embroldere. designs other
r. equipment . . . .$6.50Folding
last night by Sheriff White and several tion the surgeons gave out that he was W. 1.. Summers. J. W. Prevatt. !J( are trimmed with exquisite larts. 13-Piece Luncheon Sets f
< / of raided in a critical condition, but therewa David Thomas Mills. ," Card Tables All stylish tailored models :J I
his deputies. The place very Manning. at .. . . .. .. .$4.75 Pure Linen 6 6-inch doilies 6 10:1 }
\: was at Howard avenue and Pine street sstill some hope for his ultimate Dr. D. C. Witt. C. B. Roberts.G. Mahogany Finish Tables with durable Inch doilies, and one 24-inch centerpiece -
"i West Tampa, in the rear of a coffee recovery. But he gradually failed and T. Touchstone.. L. Thomas. k Imitation leather tope in Gowns Stamped for Em- scalloped. This beautiful 9
shop kept by a Cuban. More than a the best of medical skill was unableto W. 0. Tison. S. B. Denmark.D. green brass corners strong; acid 11-piece set for . $2.50 ," .
J. Harden. E. P. Johnson. of good appearance. Bach. S2JO
hundred his life.MAYPORT.John. broidery.
men were in the place whenthe save
B. L. Smith. W. A. Tillis. Cedar Chests "
officers broke in and there was a M. M. Dennison. J. Frank Bennett.J. Gowns madeand of finestamped French Women'sHANDKERCHIEFS y

mad scramble for a getaway, many of Brown, aged 67 Q. Dix. J. P. Padgett. Genuine mothproof Tennessee and dust proof Cedar, a Chests roya! N beautiful with ,

the men going through windows, theforemost years, and for a number of years a S. G. Pearce. R. M. Johnson. I: gift for any woman or miss. wear when designs.embroidery All ready Is com to _at tae ../
carrying sash with them as resident of Fort George, was found 0. F. Ritch. S. L. Prescott.N. VUO. $11.00. irso and $15.00. pleted. ""',-- c h'I.oo ea. 1-l
they went. Something like $500 was dead yesterday morning, the body being E. Roberts. John W. Lewis. according to size. Novelty krrthi'fs.Crepe plain de color Chine c-nters Hand.If
found on the tables, and layouts for in his bateau which was found G. W. Thomas. E. N. Anderson.A. l' Dresser Scarfs at 67c. and figured b"rd<". ,,: ....1-!.1CO w1 '
poker, keno, celo, monte and other a hore at Mayport. A coroner's inquest J. Crawford. E. J. Cunningham.W. TOYSWrite ors and combinations, and }:f1"
\ Him I'mbroiJeri Lmtnllandkerchitrfs.
Hemstitched dresser scarfs of
L. R.
Markham. Gainey.
games were taken along in wagons was held yesterday afternoonand M emhroid; -red ,
splendid linene with of
a row I
0. V. Brooks. J. I. Manning. Us for Prices
with the who locked on motif in one corner 75 differti
prisoners were upIn the verdict was that he had come wide drawn work on each side : )
the for who Allison Bielling. J. S. Forsyth.A. Before You and embroidered ends .87e tnt designs from the daintiest<
county jail, except some to his death by exposure. He was J. Raulerson. H. W. Weeks.S. Toys Buy effects to the most elaborate

11 were able to give bond. Sixty men last seen on Saturday night when he Brown. W. M. Lang.V. Elsewhere, 't 10-Inch... .Square.. .. Covers. ._ ..to. .match. ,61" dl'lo itnB 's
". \ were taken in the raid. got into his boat. How it happenedthat Brown. R. R. Tison.S. '

he did not return home that night S. S. Knight. A. Blackwelder. DT Send Check, Express Order or Stamps. We i 1
)s SANFORD.-Preliminary reports will never be known as he left alone W. D. Dukes. Mrs. Ellen Padgett rc You Can Order l>y Mail Guarantee Satisfaction on Every Article Ordered. rinmtntl
Y' from the Sanford section indicate a and ostensibly had no intention to be R. B. Roberts. H. S. Norman.J. 1(

r great part of the lettuce and celery out in his boat for any great; lengthof S. Howard. James Reynolds.Wm. ,.,

1 crops were destroyed by the freeze time. It is presumed that, with the J. E.. E.Norman.Sapp. G.R. T.W.Osteen.Hinson. r 1

t Sunday. The damage may reach $1- cold wave coming on and he being a C. M. Andreu. N. G. Hayes.J. r
t 500,000, it is said by market experts greater distance away from home in A. J. McKinney, Jr. .,
I here today who condition the truth of his boat than he expected to be, he be- Mrs. Laura Newsom. 1 ito

J J.. early reports. Owing to the large came chilled and was unable to get a ,..",

c acreage of lettuce and celery, about 2- hack to shore and probably became Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe :

:: 000 acres being planted in these crops, unconscious and thus exposed for Old Standard general strengthening tonic. ''.3

-" reports of the damage are still ineompfete *
; as a full survey has not A true tonic. For.adult and children. 60c
>.been made. Wires from planters adv1se'that Tell it to the Telegraph and tell ev- ---- ::.&1 V&&WMW>&&

:. /- the-fall in temperature ear- erybody. Advertise! TRESPASS SIGNS FOR_SALE..

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;; PAGE SIXTEEN BRADFORD_ .COLf TELYc Ai'1L STARBE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER U. 1Str i:.

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4 t. LETTER FROM CAPT. TOMPSETT. LONG BRIDGE.We THE
COTTON
-f MARKET_ _
Bradford County Telegraph .,
-
The editor of the Telegraph is in receipt The sea island cotton market ,:
r. r YEAR .1 are glad to report that Mrs. W. mains practically '
Published THE PASSING of a letter from Captain George? T..Turner is improving. quotations of 73 unchanged.. 1Ii'
.' Weekly and entered u sea to 73% for
i who is remembered by the ,.
Tompsett, Mr. Lacy Cason of Raiford, was the grade of cotton. The b.
F tat class matter at the pott-office at demand
:
r. Starke people as a valued citi-
many guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. strong just now on DGJ.
.
account of
Starke. Florida. zen some years ago. Since Mrs. Toinp- E. Adkins Sunday afternoon.Mr. approach the __
'>-. TBy( H. E. Lagergren.) i still lack much in being termed "good"but sett's death the captain is living with Joseph_Tison and family have fidently of the holidays, but it it-.;"
The 1917 will have hopes for good roads are at last believed the price
E. MATTHEWS Owner year soon pass i. j his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and moved this week. They moved 75
S.' Editor and ed. retrospection of its events re- being felt. The grand jury presentment Mrs. Walter Peterson at Rockford away : cents soon after the holiday ,

'' ),,. G. B. JORDAN, Associate Editor. V&Us'i; more important changes than at the last term of court strongly Mich., where Mr. Peterson is engagedin near Mr.Lake and Butler.Mrs. J. E. Adkins motored I the Egyptian cotton has lately come pi",
l recommended the bonding of the country and there
,: have, taken place in Bradford county seems
; t businesss, and is prospering. In the Cane no Plo r1
around
grindings are plentiful pect of
V for hard-surfaced roads. As any importations
. . 4 since the "surrender. county course of his letter Captain Tomp Long Bridge now. any time from r "-
this consisted of from soon. The
The of the revealed body men every
beginning
year sett writes follows: consumptW ,
r e as y If
Miss Miriam Adkins business "
of the who knew the was a cotton is heavier this
f. little of what the future would part county sen- year than .
very "I there changesin last
: are many
RETURN PAST FAVORS. suppose visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday. and the
is
timent of the this question crop smaller.FRUIT .
t... bring forth. We "saw through a glass people on Starke since we left there. Those x
Boys remember the box
1 Sinister of untoward it may be taken for granted that bonding supper at -
I' Those of bur friends who have 0 darkly. rumors that were small children then are now Long Bridge school house Friday ----".
i for roads is not far
fostered uncertaintyand good away.
events
i ,. a heretofore been given a year's 4 coming grown, and I suppose your head is night, Dec. 21st.
of to
An benefit
All could do to work enactment great
4 j V + credit their subscriptions are e fear. we was getting grey now instead of red. We t t'i
V on hard and economize. We hoarded what the county was made by this year's are sorry to lose the family of TREES
1 V + 4 "Walter is getting along just fine.
? asked to return the favor now b'y) legislature-that of subjecting the Mr. demons as they are moving to
caused
; a and 0 money we had, which a stag- He has a good business; is in the meat
paying arrearages promptly near Lake Butler this week.
We exhorted valuable State Farm to county taxa- I have :
nation of business. were
and business. Has his home everything in
Tel- 'e Fruit
t for a year in advance.: The grocery
all the could and ttion. By this act many thousands of -.-- .
to.grow produce we .
0 the cash in ad- with all modern improvements, owns Trees '
graph goes on of wild lands and large and Shrubbery Flowm
were threatened with starvation if we acres a wand
his of business has the RISING.
, vance system to all on January 6 place dwellinghe
4 l could not make at least all that was ever increasing area of improvedlands rents, and stock yard slaughterhouse Evergreen. Best P
,( ; 1st. We find it necessary to do I and will i stock
' needed for consumption for buildings, pay a yearly Y
our own
', o this to economize time and expense e and feed buildings, also two lowest
',. on 'the1"supplies usually sent to us from tax to Bradford county. Our senator Mr. J. E. Norman and motherinlaw prices. I have the .
: 4 farms to and raise his grain
in pasture
. ,; and to eliminate losses l
in the visited Jacksonville last Saturday
hVWest henceforth withheld and representatives legislature -
would be -
: and have three for the
e hay. They bright
O agency
the subscription department. very r
of the and Sunday.
deserve the
'f gratitude
i be lasting
farm
all the supplies must
. ,., e Don't wait for us to have to write e as children Doris, Jesse George and
this boon. Mrs. M. M. Crosby and children left
( for
::1;. to you personally about the mat- .0 I used Did for we feeding sit down our and allies cry in and the complain war.- taxpayers Our public schools have constantly Aline. The oldest is 13, the youngest last Saturday for a few days visit in Quick Edge Sharpener C
> ter. This takes time and At I 6, and she is a fine one. The two olden
money
that we were unable to do it? improved under the guidance of our Tampa, Brewster and Plant Cify visiting , I and we cannot afford a waste of 4 : Most ,certainly not. The Bradford present able school board and energetic ones bought a Loberty bond with relatives.Mr. I for scissors and knives. Coast .1
+ either.: 4 their little savings. Both got theirpicture
: The date subscription e .county: farmer, who had hitherto conducted superintendent. Several important in the Grand Rapids dailieand A. V.'Long Mr. J. M. Alvarez |, and see one. See me at Joaea i
your I his operations on happygolucky matters which had remained doubt : sand Mr. H. E. Lagergren were visi- Hardware Store r '
> hu been paid to is printed by 0 a big write-up. I :
.. e : 'lines, who had spent almost as for years, they have cleared up. :I tors Sunday morning at the home of qI
i the of .
your name on margin your :much,,time entertaining visitors fish Through the exertions of our zealous Mr. Jim Johnson and family. I W. M.
+ paper. Take a look at it, and be e sheriff and able illegal Notice of application for tax deed under TURNERStarke
', !ing and going to town, as he spent in county judge Mr. A. V. Long and family were visitors -
: ,.., .O,governed accordingly. I his field who had merely scratched his selling of whiskey in the county Sea 8, Chapter 4888, Laws of Fin last Sunday afternoon at the Fla.
1.
: land with a narrow gauge plow in order has been almost stamped out. Less Notice is hereby given that W. C. home of Mr. J. Johnson and family. ,
. . . . .
t. '. -to save his little horse or mule, whiskey is being consumed in the Foster, purchaser of tax certificateNo. Mrs. Onie Adkins.and children who
: than at time of its 202 dated the 5th day of July, live -- -a
: \ was at once transformed into an energeticjnan county now any near the State Farm, are visiting
: : The Telegraph wishes each and everyone
", who thought of nothing but history. A. D. 1915 has filed said certificatein her sisters Mrs. J. S. Jackson and IS YOUR LIFE
: of subscribers INSURED
z of ita big family .work.. He bought strong draft ani'mals The annual county fair held at Lake my office and has made applicationfor Mrs. 0. J. Jackson this week. _

a merry Christmas and a happy that could pull deep-going, wide Butler, was a great success this year. tax deed to issue in accordancewith Mrs. M. J. Alvarez and son, Mr. I represent the oldest company ,J

f% prosperous New Year. 'range implements he "took in" more It had a larger attendance than at any law. Said certificate tembraces Earney Alvarez were visitors to in America-The Mutual Ufa:U

', will :land, worked with his family early and time before and more and better ex the following described property sit Hampton last Monday.Mr. of New York.
1- The Florida political campaign late, and took time to go to town so hibits. It demonstrates more than. uated in Bradford county Fla., to-wit: M. M. 'Crosby is having his :

probably open soon after the of holidays.the :seldom till the trading points seemed anything else what our farmers and NE1-4 of NEl-4 and NW1-4 of NEl-4 house painted this week. Mr. Newn Jos. E. Wilson, Starke, Florida, 1
If.
y Congressmen, one justice supreme
.'deserted- He had unfavorable sea- soils are capable of. sec. 16, tp. 7, S. R. 22 E., 80 acres. The Jones, of Starke is doing the work. .

'.t,:! court to and be two elected railroad next commissioner I sons-too much or too little rain detractive The advent of the county agent is of said land being assessed at the date Messrs. A. L and J. S. Jackson ,- ,>j

t are year : hail storms and the cotton great benefit to the farmers who by of the issuance of such certificate in were visitors to Raiford one last .F
in the several counties representatives day
.E1. boll weeviL Still he was not discouraged the way are fast "getting out of them : the name of E. B. ;Dees. week. Coto
>> .. in the legislature, county commissioners I but did his best to retrieve ruts" and 'eager to adopt modern I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed

k ; and members of the school boards me direction what he lost in another. methods. Our demonstrator of do- acccording to law, tax deed Messrs. 0. J. Jackson and Troy Little Frank's j
,1'i ; to be chosen. Hunter visited Raiford last .
are Saturday.Mr. Shop
will issue thereon the 14th of
Help was hard to get and high-priced, mestic science works zealously and on day
.
... } January A. D. 1918. Witness of A. J. Jackson and son, Mr. F. .
but the farmer used his brains to invent successfully for better housekeepingi my "
B. "
:
Hamilton is the latest Florida coun- Jackson were business visitors to
..{J' modes of surmounting this diffi food preparing methods. ficial signature and seal this the llth $
ty to vote bond issue for the building Lulu last riday and Saturday. For
Ht a culty. Now when his crops are Bath "Hope Hall" that noble institutions day of December, A. D. 1917. ""f
1 "'" :.I of roads. The amount of the is.h1 I I Mr. H. L. Stevenson has finished
ered and he has time to review hi intended as a refuge to dischargedconvkts W. T. WEEKS just <.
( is to be and it will be All kinds f -
,sue $400.000 his 0 Farming !
picking of Imply
up He
situated is crop pecans.
year's work he feels proud and con, near Hampton (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
'i.' expended in building forty miles tented over his achievement. He has now in full working order and ism a By R. A. WEEKS always secures a crowd of helpers to ments. I manufacture them. Hj y
: of vitrified brick road and the hard ,
r "found blessing to its who know assist in the work. They have been
himself learned what he inmates theyare
Double Stocks
t-\. ; .: surfacing of all other main roads of do. His storage houses'are full c of not without friends and protectors. 12145t. Deputy Clerk.'CLASSIFIED. working for five weeks and have just are adjustable m ,

U/.. '" the county. Bradford must move soon !finished the first round. every respect. Slide attached.theyneverneedrewelding. .
products, insuring an abundance until 1 Through the Bank of Starke a thor
Y! : : sV in the matter of road building or we next year's crops shall be gathered, ough and effective campaign for the I Most everyone in this section hasa Plea
: will be left behind. '
entirely l
.;:-"f- ,' and he has a sufficient surplus to sell I prevention and eradication of hog fine garden but the hard cold we ty of Plow Steel
cholera has been with have had for the last few days has
at such good prices that he has more inaugurated, r
; TWO MORE BRADFORD COUNt
.r.w,,,,, money that he ever dreamed of hay the result that this scourge to theo made the gardens look bad. c
E, '
.. TY BOYS DIE AT S. C. CAMP
"..,. .. ing. Now when he can "see face t stock raisers is rapidly becoming
..
T. F.
RIVERS
.w face" he has confidence in himself nd harmless. WANTED-Good man to work on Seems the Same. Prop.

r ,. Othello Harden and Preston HarnageGive the future, spends his money freely Civic improvements have been farm. Apply to H. L. Stevenson Few men are reformed by marriage .

-C" : .\ \1 Their Lives For Country. for what he needs and uses his creditto brought about in every town of the : Starke Fla., 1272t. although many are regulated.-Mllwau. j I Lake Butler, fl a.christMas .
;;;
.. F.. \ -.. bring about improvements for next county. In this respect Starke standsat kee News. 1 I

'". s Two more Bradford county young year's campaign. The greatest obsta the head, with street paving and WE BUY HONEY-Send samples to .

&. men have died at the training camp. cle he will have to overcome will be sewerage costing $70,000. Very few Jacksonville Cracker Works, Jack I ,. .h.
.' \ This time the deaths occurred at Columbia the lack of help, but he will use heavy towns of Starke's size in the country sonville, Fla. 11.30.5t. lo'k :-t;;
,
r .: draft animals and improved implements can boast of such improvements I
\.. S. C., and were among the as :
.> boys who left here on November 20th. by meant of which one man well as municipal electric lights and FOR SALE-Medium sized mare at

r ": This Bad news is contained in a let can accomplish as much as three men waterworks, and it shows that our citizens reasonable price. T. H. Halligan

I- ,; ter written on December 10th by Charley could before. are both intelligent and liberal. Starke. 11-23-tf.

I :, Powell to Frank Hollingsworth, oft The fears for the future whch be Other;, valuable acquisitions to our I Baking 1.1

:y I Starke. Mr. Powell writes that Othel set us at the beginning of the year, town during the year have been a new I I FOR SALE-Pair of good mules. Cashor

p t f:, lo Harden,, of Lulu died on Sunday have vanished. The people have bvenfo.nd : large cotton ginnery and a canning terms. Price right. J. M. Brown-
so patriotic lint thay are wiling 1 factory. lee, Starke. 1123tf.
w, night, December 9th from some cause 1at I I
r r unknown to him. Preston Harnage, and able to bear any burden th I During the year the county has exported 1

'. I of Raiford, died on MondayDecember10th they may be required to shoulder. Our largely of beef cattle, hogs, Ir FOR SALE-Six pair Red Durpc pigs, EASY
?of spinal meningitis this dis merchants have succeeded in procuring ish and sweet potatoes watermelons three months old; cholera immun- MADE

ease having broken out in the camp. all the necessaries for us, and if cantaloupes sugar cane, syrup sweet ed. W. A. Dubose, Starke, 12-14-ot

He writes also that Bryant Griffis,, t he-prices are high any man who will corn, strawberries, vegetables, grapes
Grace Cooper, Sidney Griffis Andrew work can get the means to purchase pecans Japanese persimmons poultry; LOST-11 head of goats marked

Green and Mason Elixson are in the them. The prosperity and confidenceof canned goods, eggs hides furs, lumber swallow-fork in one ear, crop in the ;

.-- hospital but does not know the nature our farmers have put all businesses cross ties, telephone poles wood. other. Suitable reward for infor- .

"t of their illness. r ,i l*$ on such a favorable footing in this The imports, besides the ordinary mation. D. Boree Starke. It. You tired Mothers and Daughters

Among those who went away on county as they never enjoyed before. have been marked by large draft animals ,

:' the 20th J. W. White of Lulu, Noah The merchants rejoice ir good sales, wagons, --automobiles and im FOR SALE CHEAP-A new Fair- do
Howard, of Lawtey and James Griffis the,banks are doing a heavy business proved farming implements and machinery banks-Morse 3 hp "Z" oil engine, you' want to enjoy the holiday season

r of Lawtey, failed to pass the physical i old debts are paid, and more real estate in larger quantities than ordi with built-in magneto. Enoch Grif-

i+' examination and have been discharg has changed hands during the narily. fis, Lawtey Fla. 11234t. free from most of the cares and

latter part of the year than duringthe Among business improvements we

," The death of these young\ men casts three years preceding 1917 and have left to the last one instance FOR SALE-One good Holstein milk drudgery of the kitchen?
fresh in I
a pall of sorrow over the entire county new lands are cleared everywhere. which we think deserves mentioning cow February. Sixty-five
Three notable events have taken it furnishes valuable dollars. Mrs. S. E. Jones Sampson V
and their families have the ten as a index to the
der sympathy of everyone. place during the year-the draftingof trend of intellectual progress. It is City, Fla. 12-14-5t. For benefit

S.. a young men for the army and the that subscriptions to the Telegraph your we are puttingout
selling of two liberty bonds issues. All have come and are coming to a degree FOR SALE- Good 20 or 40 acre farm,

SOME GOOD FARM YIELDS. these have been successful and itowlthat both unprecedented and undreamed of. 9'acres broke; new fences and house this Christmas a, line of goods that
1 miles
4 south of Starke.
s, ---- our people are as patrioticas While this is highly gratifying to the E. E.

W. A. Dubose of Starke has made I If any under the, sun, and that they publisher, it should be hailed with joy: Stacey. it. will greatly appeal to both

1" this season 328 gallons of syrup from I have the means to spend in a good by all who have the welfare of the FOR SALE I I you, as

,! % I I three-quarters of an acre of cane. He I cause. The organization of Red Cross county at heart, for it shows a newborn -1 large $50 phonograph

,., likes the red cane because it seems to i branches in the county also speaksveil desire of ''the people to keep grand concert style and about $25 money savers and labor savers. '

.V make a heavier yield than the white for our patriotism. What we have abreast of the times and to learn bet worth of records at a bargain. E.
mentioned under this head % E. Stacey, the shoe repair man. It.
variety. .i.iI shows that ter farming methods, for the Telegraph

L. C. Prescott of the Kingsley lake' our love of country does not consistof is the farmers' paper.
words only, but that we are readyto From the above review it be LOST-Large red cur dog; white spot
). road, reports a yield of 26 bushels of may in face and white under throat. A If will
.' cleaned rice from one-quarter of an Pfoye it with our lives and our substance seen that our county is not only"pros reasonable reward for you come to us
return to
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;;,' "' acre. perous and has yet more prosperity Marion

S. V G. W. Hinson, of the Hampton sec Of public improvements in the county in prospect, but that it has withdrawn T Gatlin Starke. 12142t. with your wants in the

tion, made about the best yield of cotton during the year, may be mentionedthe from its former seclusion and placed FOR SALE-A 40-acre farm ..I way i
that we have heard of. From little betterment of the roads through itself in the ranks with the best counties near I I ;
I a Lawtey known as the Fisher farm.
less than six acres he picked 7,365 convict work. The roads are now in in the state, in all respects. Everything on it goes with sale. Inspection I of Bread, Cakes, Pies, Rolls, ;

pounds of cotton. At the gin it yield better x shape than ever before. They Three cheers for old Bradford! invited. Address A. M. Van t

trn-rk, I ed seed one cotton.pound Mr.of line Hinson to 2.90 used pounds no fertilizer of- Dyke, Lawtey. 12-7-tf. i or any other of the fruits of i I II II ,

a i i on this cotton.THOUSANDS tales of their experiences. Houses in the railroad tracks. With one hand 1 I
In\\>st\instances simply settled down she led a small child on the other arm FOR SALE Forty-acre farm, 2% the

t story on story rushing everything she bore the headless body of an in- miles southeast of Starke, small new I oven, we know we can
t t PERISH AT within.It house; 18 acres under wire fence

: HALIFAX SHIP BLOWS UP was necessary to remove the fant.Another arrival said that in aschoolat and in cultivation. Cheap for cash. I please and delight with
Wallace Mills Starke. i you
wreckage layer by layer to rescue the Richmond 200 children had met 11-23-tf. I ,
b inmates. One of soldiers work- death.R. .
} (Continued from Page 13)) party FOR SALE-20 farm 2 i :
ed with almost superhuman strength"" G. Marsh reported having seen a from Starke acre % miles the excellence of our pro. .
Elizabeth Ryan ten years old, was and energy for an hour and a half to mother standing in the street calling on Kingsley road; all
well!} fenced
found, she still was clutching a schoolbook release a young girl pinned under debris for help that was not to be had for her and under cultivation;H i ducts.

.c in one hand. The wife of Lieut. whose moans urged them to still husband and four children imprisoned. foot two-story dwelling:, good barn, 90- ; I
well
Alfred Shaw, who sailed overseas last !greater effort. Just as they lifted the in their burning home. It was impossible I ; near school. For termssee .

VV : week was killed in her home. last of the wreckage from her she even to approach the house. S. L. Alvarez. 11-16-tf. j !
Leave !
s Y t t' Nineteen Dead at Dartmouth breathed her last. Esmond P. Barry, postal clerk was WANTED-At i :; your orders with us at once for I ,

r .' Nineteen persons are known tS be 200 Perish In School at Richmond during the worst of the once, saw mill I

'\ ;":!p 1 S dead at Dartmouth, opposite Halifax. St John. Dec.: 7.-Persons arriving catastrophe."It to cut 400,000 feet timber i :

( Several residents are missing. here on the steamships from Halifax was terrible; he said, "peopledying ] under contract; large timber your y Christmas h Cake

i:' .t;'. Rockh {1d prison lost the roof from to ry'added to the story of death and in our car like flies. Some of I! I
the main Building but no one was seJ suffering. them came to the place with noses and a cash job. W. E. Davis, f

.d:f. .t 1 s riously injured. There were many Thomas Trainer, a pilot, said that shot off, eyes put out; faces slashed Stark, Fla. 1 I !.1!

'''t : r, other miraculous escapes, but the pall 1.185 bodies had been recovered. HenatHjwn by flying glass, limbs torn and dis

t i of horror that hangs over Halifex will ; several steamers in the har- torted. On one occasion while we FOR SALE-The place belonging to I Lake
Butler
..-.:, ,1' i not be lifted in many months. bor that had been damaged and said yere working around a wrecked the estate of C. B. Griffis. Contains Bakery I II

t l !t. Everywhere people whose homes the number of seamen killed was building we could see a little baby 80 acres 40 under good wire fence. ; ,

f i i' were intact are sheltering those whose :large fifty feet or more underneath a burn Two dwellings 2 smokehouses one I I

J homes are gone. Hundreds of bodies C. II. Frizzle reported having seen ing mass crying for aid. We could barn. Located 1}2 miles from Starke j L C. SMITH, Proprietor 'I ;

lie in temporary morgues awaiting fifty charred bodies in Campbell road. not get within thirty feet of the child one-half mile from church, one mile : P. 0. Box 27 Phone 78Lake I

P recognitio nand burial. Whole families !- While walking from Halifax to Need- and had to watch while it burned to from school. For further information I j I

t were wiped out. All day and night ham he counted 169 bodies scatteredin death. Men women and children were I write A. J. Griffis, Brooker, or I Butler Florida

t the agonizing search for the missing the fields. He said he saw a wom- lying in the streets and hundreds must see K. L. Griffis Starke. Inquire for ,

went on. Rescuers tell harrowing an strolling apparently dazzed, among be buried beneath wreckage." directions at Bank of Starke 10.1 2tf

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, FRIDAY; DECEMBER' 14.1917',

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.\J-.,' RAY WHITE HAS JOINED THE ] CHRISTMAS, TREE AND BOX ROAD MEETING TO BE HELD HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. .
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ff.t UNIVERSITY VOLUNTEERS SUPPER AT LONG BRIDGE AT COURT HOUSE 1 TONIGHT -
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First Grade-Tillman Alvarez, El-
' R. Ray White, of Orlando, visitedhis There will be a Christmas tree at Commissioners Want Citizens to CoOperate zie Austin Edna May Strickland, Annie

:;, ; Bits of LocalInformation parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White, the Long Bridge school house next in Planning Improvements. Belle Turner, Mary Lee Wynn

the early part of the week. Mr. White Friday night, Dec. 21, also a program Lettie Edwards.
* has volunteered for service in the national rendered. Following the Christmastree County Commissioner Underhill requests Second Grade-Elise Jones, Vivian

i t II army, and spent Wednesday in : and program will be a box sup- the Telegraph to'.give notice to Bryan, Morris Dubose, Curtis Johns, *
i Gainesville where he successfully per. The proceeds will go to the the citizens of Bradford county thata David Mitchell, Carl Culbreth, James

J .I1I II 0- Ta.rla. 7uf.an rC..ees.Iy oaf passed the required examination. The church and school. All the girls are mass meeting will W heToV: at the Culbteth, Carlyle Ritch, George Mills.

1-. PN4.... M W Cmw..4 1'... -University of Florida, of which Mr. especially invited to come and bring county court house in Starke'tonight I Third Grade-Elizabeth Howe, Ruth ;
White is a graduate has the privilegeof boxes, and the boys are invited to at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose of Parker, Gussie Mae Bennett, Isla

1 I selecting a limited number of University come and buy a box. Program will be- hearing expressions on the subject of Mae Poppell, Newn Alvarez, Sammy ;

r .. / men who will be trained for gin at seven o'clock. Everybody cor- road improvement. It is expectedthat Sternberg, Eugene Matthews, Owen ,

' Arrow collars at Sternberg's. Mrs. Bert Martin and daughter, officers in the third officers training dially invited to come.CHRISTMAS all members of the board will be Griffin.

t, Miss Jenie Martin, of Orlando, were school, which will likely be located at present, and all citizens are urgently Fourth urade-Kos& Leviton, Lois ..

Hr. Morgan Darby spent Monday in in town last week to attend the fun- Atlanta. Mr. White will give up his PACKAGES.The asked to attend. Williams, Ruth Poppell Frances Col-
Jacksonville. i eral of Mr. B. L Mott. Mrs. Martinis practice of law in Orlando and go to An engineer from the road depart- ley, Hugh Brownlee, Myrtle Hodges,
ment of the state has been
Atlanta to enter on January 5th. requestedto
a daughter of Mr. Mott. camp Christmas packages for the come to the county and assist in Lassiter Andrews, Hilda Bryan. .
Mr. J. P. Peeples and son.of; Hampton -.--- Bradford county men will go out next planning for future improvements. He Fifth Grade-Fred Mott, Christine
in Starke Fruitcake materials for sale at J. F.I STARKE BOY IN FRANCE. Kahr.
were visiting Tuesday. week, and the committee now makes is expected to be here next week. In
Kickliter's. the last call for addresses, or changeof the meantime the commissioners feel Sixth Grade-Irma Stilley, Julian

Full assortment of Cut Glass and addresses, so that every man may that they would like to have spine expression I Canova, Louise Andrews, Iris Epperson -
George Powell, a son of Mr. and -
Inez Anderson of Archer is Elizabeth Brownlee.
Miss ,
French
Genuine Ivory atllitehell'
be reached the Cross.
through Red from the citizens the
to
Mrs. Robert S. Powell, of Starke, is as
her home here with her brother Eighth Grade-Paul Canova.
Rexall making -
Drug Store.
send addresses later than
now in France with the engineer de. Kindly not extent of the desired improvements.YOUNGBLOODSIBLEY .
A. W. Anderson. Miss Anderson Ninth Grade-Alice Thornton Levy
Tuesday, the 18th inst. Mrs. H. C. .
partment of the United States
Mrs. C. A. Knight was in Jackson- will assist in the office work of the army. Richard, chairman. Canova.
Ford His parents had a letter from him a Eleventh Grade-Kathlee Alvarez
ville Monday on business. Garage. ,
few days ago advising them that he i Florence Matthews, John Powell

Everybody call at Mitchell's Rexall Perfumes, Kodaks and Stationery. had crossed the ocean and was now on i USING SULKY PLOW. Mr. Lonnie Youngblood of Theressa, Twelfth Grade-Shep Thomas. i

Drug Store first for Christmas goods. Cigars in Christmas Boxes at French soil. Mr. Powell is a former and Miss Ida Sibley, of Starke, were .
Mitchell's Rexall Drug Store. student of Starke High School and U. D. Johns, one of the progres- quietly married last Sunday afternoonat

. Ford tops and curtains complete, was very popular with his classmates. sive farmers of the New River section, the home of the bride's parents, PRESBYTERIAN.Services ,

t': $9.50. M. Leviton. Starke. Health day was observed in the first has lately bought a sulky plow and is Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Sibley;in. the presence every Sunday.

five grades of the Starke school last DRAFT LAW EVADERS PLACEDAT using it to break his land this fall He of a few relatives and.friends, Sunday school at 9:45. Morning

_ Special prices on fruits for Christ Friday. This day was observed in THE TOP OF NEW LIST says the big plow, drawn by three Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton,,per- worship at 11 and evening at 7 o'clock.
;., mas at R. W. Mills Fruit'Store. many schools throughout the United mules, is doing fine work and that his forming the ceremony. They have the Prayer meeting every Wednesday
-t"; States, the object being to interest the land is being put in fine condition by best wishes of their many friend fora night at 7:30. All not worshipping
. Special prices on fruits for Christmas children in the anti-tuberculosis and WASHINGTON, Dec 14.-Draft its use. long life of prosperity and h ppinuS. elsewhere will have a warm welcome 4 i
at R. W. Mills Fruit Store. I I public health movement evaders, or those who failed to register .f. tt our services.i .
are put at the top of the list in the
tl MEETING OF CENTRAL ASSO- L. -
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Special: sale of hats for ladies, miss. Stone's fruitcakes, fresh from Atlanta new draft rules and regulations, effective CIATION.The f.. F
Wand little girls Stump's.. for sale at Kickliter's. tomorrow. Instead of being given .1' .

W. F. Godwin, of Lawtey, was a jail sentences, as has been done in io to '
ibUlineas visitor. to Starke. Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Randall and Mr. R. R. many case heretofore Provost Marshal next regular meeting of the
-"I, General Crowder has decided to Central Association, in accordancewith
Thede, of.Lawtey, were in Starke Saturday
: David Manning, of Hampton, has I attending a meeting of the Red have the men so listed by local boardsas the program, takes place at Antioch Mike's RestaurantFOR

;,. moved his 'family near Starke and Cross Organziation Committee. This to insure their call with the first church near LaCrosse, on Fri-

,", will make his future home here. I committee has now perfected their arrangements increment summoned after the new day, Saturday and Sunday, December
T to, organize a Red Cross rule* are put in force. Men now under 28th, 29th and 30th. y

:; Useful and practical Christmas !I Chapter in every town in Bradford suspended sentence for failing to Each church in this association is GOOD MEALS '
register also will be listed earnestly urged to send full delegation
the
gifts fer all can be'found at Stump's. county. at top a -
t I I of the first class. and delegates from churches of

T. J.: Alderman, of Lake Butler, was Seventy-five squares slightly used sister unions will be warmly welcomed. Open Day and Night. Good Service
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t't attending to business in Starke Sat- galvanized iron roofing at less than NOTICE.
." urday. one-half price while it lasts. Quigley So let's all go, carry a Bible, with Extra Cooks and Waiters
and to make this of the
8 \ Lumber Co.Captain you try one
I Notice is hereby given that the an- best sessions that the Central has en- MEALS Any TIME
.g, Big line of shoes, groceries, etc., at
nual meeting of the stockholders of
joyed.
..Jot the Cash Department Stoip. S. A. Bryan, roadmaster
.;:;.f> of the Seaboard Air Line,;is spendingthe the Lawtey State Bank will be held J. M. KITE, For Ladies and Gentlemeno

:tl Messrs.' N. Sternberg, W. A. Best week at his old home at Marshal- in the office of said bank on the sec- CARL SCAFF, Moderator. r

sent, J{., and R. A. Weeks motored to vine, Ga. While in that locality hewill ond Tuesday in January, A. D. 1918 Clerk, protem.
at 3 o'clock m. for the of '
take look at the at p. purpose
Jacksonville Sunday and spent the a army camp
t, Macon, and visit some other points of electing a board of directors and to, AUTO OWNERS biT : -0=0..0=: 0W 0= =
transact other business that mal 'OIlOVD
interest. any NEW
day.S. TAG BY JANUARY FIRST
properly'come before them. i 0q .
T. Dowling, of Raiford, was attending A
to business matters in Starke Twenty-eight years experience at' W. F. GODWIN, .
Automobile owners must have their
shoe The best of leather. 1242t. President.
repairing.
Monday. license tags for 1918 by the first of .
Lowest prices. Hand-sewed work like
January, if they"want to use their cars I J
lour fathers used to do at E. E. Stacy'sStarke.
Screen wire-we are offering enam BAPTIST CHURCH.Dr. after that date. Sheriff Epperson says I

j eled ,screen wire at greatly reduced 12-14-lt that if any cars are run after January
yi prices. Save by screening now. Quigley I 1st without the the I'
Palmer has come and gone. He having new tags, I
J. L. Matthews of Bland Alachua
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Lumber & Supply Co. did us good and left many friends who driver will be given a chance to explain ': ,p I .
:county, and Walter Dees, of the Ft.
e
l will not forget him. to the court the reason why, and .
Call section; business visitors to I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson motored were I .
The meetings resulted in good to that it is his opinion the court will note

to Jacksonville Monday Sunday night. afternoon,- returning E i Starke among the Monday.big farmers These of gentlemen this section.I are. the city as well as to the church. > in a mood to accept any excuses. Don't buy a new har-

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There will be the usual services -
I Mr. Matthews grew 140 bales of cot-

s Mrs. Emma Chancey, of Lake City, ton on his farm the* past season, and I next which Sunday the public morning is cordially and evening invited.W. ,.to KLONDES BOYS CAFE. ness unless you need it. o

was in Starke last Thursday to attend Mr. Dees produced cotton on his farmto LAW -
the funeralof her-uncle, Mr. B. L: the value of $10,000. I G. Pastor, Mike Klondes has purchased Row- o D

-Y Mott and's Cafe, taking charge of the busi- I D That would ,be ex- o
Special Sale for a Short Time Onlyon ness last Saturday morning. The newcomer 1 o

_: Waterman's Ideal .Fountain Pens green and black enamaled screen LECTURE COURSE AT THE HIGH is no stranger in this section, I

and Candies' of all description at wire. A chance to screen at small SCHOOL AUDITORIUM DEC. 14 having been engaged in business in travagance.
f Mitchell's Rexall Drug Store. cost. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Lake Butler for some time and has '
I I
Dr. W. L. Floyd, Dean and Professor extensive experience in the restaurant o
J. C. Adkins and children, of Rev. E. C. Wells, of South Jacksonville of Horticulture in the State Uni- business. We believe he will conducta

ftMrs. have been visiting at the has been spending several days versity at Gainesville, will give the first class eating place, where one i o But don't do without n o
home of CoL and Mrs. A. Z. dkins.Dr. here this week. Mr. Wells is the new second number in the "Five Cent Lec- can get the best the market affords. Y

pastor of the Baptist church and informs ture Course" on this Friday night, He starts off right by placing an ad

; 0. L. Haynes spent several days us that he will move his family December 14th, at the High School au- in the Telegraph. a new harness when

( last week in St Augustine visiting, his here next week, and we are glad to ditorium at 8 o'clock. .

i tl' sister, Mrs. W. J. Grant.i welcome them to Callahan. He is of Everybody can come pnd enjoy the LIEUTENANT CONE INJURED.A .
pleasing address and is a minister of beautiful stereopticon views, and hear you do need it. That o

Cedar Key oysters fresh every day. ability, and the Baptists of this local- the valuable lecture, when it costs so recent report from General Per- o n

Brymer's fish market, phone 109. ity are fortunate in securing him. He I litle as 5 cents a person. Plan to at- shing, commanding the American n would be short o
will divide his time between Callahan, tend, young people, and those who army in France, brings the informa- A sight- w ;
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have Raiford and Live Oak Baptist churchat love and/enjoy the beautiful in home tion that Lieutenant Allie L Cone had O D '

postponed their pilau supper until after Dyal It is Mr. Well's intention to and lawn, should bring a note book been injured in the fighting around n edness.No o
1 Christmas. work to build up his church here and and take notes. Speak to your friends Cambrai on November 30th. Lieutenant o .
he will no doubt be the means of so about it, please. : Cone is a son of Louis G. Cone, a

Mrs. L.'A. Yates and little son, who doing. He extends a cordial welcometo former citizen of Bradford county, and F

., have been visiting Mrs. A. H. free- all to attend services.-Callahan is a grandson of the late James J. ]i I' where in this community can you
,: man, have returned to their home in Leader. REV. BARR RETURNED TO THIS ;oparkman. He enlisted in the army j' '
Tallahassee. > CITY. boon after the United States became get a set of harness that will stand up better o
.
-BANK ADDING TO INTERIOR AP- involved in the war. I o than ours. D -

' Beautiful coats and coat suits at PEARANCE. Rev. T. LZ. Barr, who so faithfully The extent of Lieutenant Cone's injuries D o II

Sternberg's.Mrs. served the Starke Methodist church ;s not known. Many friends of j o And we do not, think you can find a
the here that he will
family hope soon
last has been returned for the
' Workmen hew engaged in put- year place where they will make the same
A. H. Freeman has gone to are coming year. His congregation and recover. you r
Camp Wheeler to visit her son, Capt. ting a marble wainscoting and base :
the tpwn in general are delighted to low price that we make, quality considered.
board in the Bradford County Bank
Henry E. Freeman. I have him as their pastor for another MASONIC OFFICERS ELECTED.
building, corner Call and Walnut. The o .,
Rev. I. C. Jenkins was also re-
baseboard is of dark brown color, year. Bradford F. & A. M. held A harness lasts. A
+ Mrs. A. S. Hudson, of Unadilla, Ga., a turned as presiding elder of this dis Lodge o good poor D
it visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. 0. while the wainscoting is of a shade of their annual election of officers Mon- n ; i o
'rI Turner. gray, making a harmonious and pleas- trict.Other assignments in Bradford day night.. Officers were' elected for o
+
ing effect Other repairs were madeto county were as follows: Lawtey and the ensuing year as follows: one busts. ;
the adjoining private rooms. N. Sternberg, worshipful master.G. .
circuit, G. S. Henderson
Special sale going on at the Cash Middleburg ; M. Sistrunk, senior warden.
Lake Butler and Raiford S. I. Hen-
ia Department Store. ,
I NOTICE. I T. H. Halligan, junior warden. WE SELL ONLY GOOD
I drix.Rev. .
l lI G. F. Scott, formerly of Starke Jos. E. Wilson, secretary.F. o
.I Mr. and Mrs. W E. Norman, of the F. Stump, treasurer. j o D
was returned to Arcadia, where he has .
Wateroak section, were visitors ton B. M. Dowling, tax collector in served for several After the routine business of the n o

.. Starke Tuesday. and for Bradford county, do hereby years. evening had been transacted oysters ::o HARNESS n

lf I give notice to all automobile owners > were served and the evening was top- : .
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Messrs..J. B., James and E. W. Rosier who have not paid their license on I BRADFORD COUNTY SOLDIERS.Lieut. ped off with an informal social ses .

of the Elarbee section, were business same, that I will proceed to collect sion. I We are destributor in this town for the
visitors to Starke Tuesday. them according to law. This is my last H. C. Richard left yesterdayfor

I'. warning to the public. Respectfully, Camp Green, Charlotte, N. C., Notice of application tor tax deed under Famous Hackney Wagons. The best medium o .j

f' r Christmas toys and dolls for the little 12-14-2t. B. ;I. DOWLING. where he has been assigned to duty Sec. 8, Chapter-4S88, Laws of Fla. o D
market.
[ folks at Stump's.Sergeant -.I -"'--'- with an infantry regiment. He was accompanied Notice is hereby given that T. A. D priced wagon on the o ,

k It ST. MARK'S. to Jacksonville by Mrs Dukes, of Dukes, tla., purchaser of n o M
Richard.J. part tax certificate No. 78, dated the O
William Wainwright has of Starke's 7th day of June, A. D. 1897, has filed D D
one
Morgan Darby
\::. lately been transferred to Camp John- Morning prayer and sermon, 11. has enlisted in the said certificate in office, and has o o
&. ;; son, Jacksonville and is at home on popular :young men, my .J. %W. Andrews & Son
; Even song and address, 3 p. m. aviation corps and will leave Jackson made application for tax deed to issuein
t1{ ; a furlough for a few days. ;
'. Sunday school, 10 a. m. ville within a few days for a camp of accordance with law. Said certifi-

',; The public is invited.M. instruction. cate embraces the following described
., :. Runic Wells, of the navy training M. FRYER, Lewis Shriver, of Brooker, left property situated in Bradford coun- .

I:/. tamp at Norfolk, Va., is spending a Minister. Tuesday to enlist in the service of the ty, Fla., to-wit: W% of WIh of NE% STARKE FLORIDA O
.. few
; days in Starke. country, ?nd will go into the navy-or of NE';, Sec. 20, Tp. 6, S. R. 19 E. ::0 D 3 3ii0

; WILL GAINEY SHOT. the radio service. The said land being assessed at the o -

Let Hollingsworth repair your shoes. Bert Johns who had previously madean date of the issuance of such certificatein =0' IOD01 .,01:10.01:10.: rone: .1.
i 'i'#: Best workmanship, best material- unsuccessful effort to get into the the name of Unknown. )
# I M. G. Griffis received a telegram .
f '{, rubber or leather. Opposite court- army was accepted a few days ago Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .
Wednesday from his daughter Mrs. '
house. ; for service in the cavalry division that: acccording to law, tax deed
:, .,)i I Will Gainey, of Bronson, stating that 'r,
is being trained in Texas. will issue thereon on the 14th day of 'j
shot and 1
Mr. had been
Gainey seriously -
';i Mr. Charles Darby, of Madison, was ; wounded. The telegram contained i' Chas. Dees and Ellis Sullivan left January, A. D. 1918. Witness my of- A SUBSTANTIAL XMAS PRESENT .

"' a week-end guest of his sister, Mrs. no particulars. Thursday morning for Jacksonville to ficial signature and seal this the 1st You do not know whether you will be>> disabled b 1918. If you

'. H. C. Richard, and brother, Mr. A. M. I apply for enlistment day of December, A. D. 1917. I make yourself a present of a Health end Accident policy, you will not :

-":" D'& t>y- | To Cure a Cold In One Day. W. T. WEEKS, hare to worry about your bill*. Call for a ample policy.J. .
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0.1't ; Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine It stow the Optimistic ThoughtThe (Seal) Clerk Circuit WEEKS Court. R. DAVIS & COMPANY, Starke Fla. j
i .'. Christmas gifts for men, women and Couch Bad Headache and works off the Cold. surest way not to fall Js to 4* By R. A. ,
Druggists refund trnnry if it fails to cure. 12145t. Deputy Clerk. J
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.t. s9 . m STARTING FROM THE STUMPT. SAVE SWEET POTATO SEED GOOD TIME FOR DITCHING.The JOHN WHITE & CO. PLANT PECAN TREES.

M. WILLIAMS MAKES GOOD I LOUISVILLE.KY.UIIe"I..sort..t. I have made arrangements with a

p COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS With Imports Cut Off, the State May long absence of heavy rains has eliable nurseryman to buy of him the

History of His Success Shows What Be Short Next Spring. \I caused the ground to dry out, so that .*4 full value paid best varieties of Florida grown bud- s
; ... . . . Opportunities Are Here. .ditching[ now can be done with comfort for.FURSi ded pecan trees at the following prices (.
and without fear of injury to to-wit: Trees 4 to 5 feet high 50
cholera is That Florida did not this
Wakulla County.-Hog year pro-
health. As other work is not pushing, .i and cents; 5 to 7 feet high, 60 cents; 7 to
be-
being checked where the serum treatment Among the many .who have made a duce a surplus of sweet potatoes feet
9 high 75
farmer should see what his land Goat SUns cents.
is administered in time. success of farming in Bradford coun- yond the need of the state lor home every
the belief of S. C. needs in the way of drainage. The Anyone wanting trees please let
ty is T. M. Williams. It is true that consumption, is me
"Tom's' 'farming operations are not Hood, special assistant to the U. S. coming season may prove very wet, TRESPASS SIGNS. know the number and variety of trees
Baker County.-Deep plowing for extensive, all his present hold- department of agriculture, cooperating and adequate drainage is then sure Just off the press, a new lot of "No wanted as once, as the supply is limit
spring crops is already under way in very to cause deterioration or loss of the ed. Trees
and Forbid- be
Trespassing
Florida "Hunting can planted from
ings being forty acres, but his his- with the University of extension now
this county. tory is nevertheless interesting, 'as division. He says there is crops. This risk no one can afford to den" placards. Large type, on heavy until March 1st.
take at this time, when the cry of the cardboard. Call the
showing how one may, with determi- really a shortage of sweet potatoes in at Telegraph of- N. D. WAINWRIGHT, '
r A seeds bet- country is for food, and the cost of fice Starke.
Broward County-Better ,
nation and perseverance, make a start spite of the greatly increased plant- 1130tf. Starke, Fla.
ter methods and better crops is the here without money and soon reach a ing, due to a light yield per acre. producing crops is so high that only ,
g a slogan in Broward this year. state of economical independence. While the reduced yield may have intelligent planning can make it profi- r. -
Fifteen years ago Mr. Williams wasa been due in part to unfavorable table. 1 I o 0=01.. IOE301 I000C.- lonoCOTTON

DeSoto County.-Since the aviation very young man. He had grown upi weather, he believes the cause is due Every farmer of our rather fiat r
tamp has been located at Arcadia the i i na strawberry field, so to speak, and primarily to two things; the plantingof lands knows what damaging effects
farmers will increase their truck crops had noted the handsome profits made poor seed and late planting. standing water has on crops. It packs
the of the staple crops. the soil to the exclusion of air it dilutes / ?iH
: at expense from berries. He decided he would go "Inspection of sweet potato fields ; Early cotton has become We have 0
just issued book 7
necessary.
to growing berries for himself if there at digging time reveals the fact that a and weakens the plant food; car- a covJJ
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t' ix' Franklin County.-Kennith Haw- was any way to get a piece of land large percentage of hills consist almost ries easily dissolved fertilizers out of ering the changed cotton conditions and giving directions for making .

kins, bee specialist from Washington, i and to build a home on it. He could entirely of strings," says Mr. reach of the roots, and causes the partial quick crop. Send for it

D. C., was here inspecting apiaries. I only aspire to a piece of lowpricedland Hood, "and that only a small percentage ; cooking or scalding of the latter.It II S
Foul brood is causing some trouble. and decided on twenty acres of the hills contain a goodly num- [ also damages the plants in another
w northwest of Temples mill. The land ber of even-sized potatoes of marketable way, known to but few farmers. Ina 11 FIELD CROPS
This he believes is due drought the soil shrinks and sub- .
: second meeting was almost flooded after every heavy grade. ,
of Levy the association County.-The organized to fight rain, but he could make his beds high to a common custom of saving the unmarketable sides, and a sudden heavy rain will Another book called "Field Crops" gives needed information on raising o'

hog diseases has been held. Many are and ditch it little by little! The land potatoes for seed, thereby cause it to swell up, just as a dry o Corn, Peanuts, Soy Beans, Peas, Oats, Rye, Hay, Etc. We want you fj

; taking an active part in the work. was bought on credit and he had a breeding a strain of stringy potatoesand sponge will swell when filled with wa- to send for that, too. AIDEAL
strain. ter. This upward movement of the
-t small building erected also on credit. a coscquent low yielding
i His friends felt sorry that he had The sweet potato can be made an soil, when taking place suddenly, will
t Liberty County.-An effort is being chosen such low land and thought he important money crop on Florida break off and strain many of the rootsto FERTILIZERS
made to find farmers willing to buy a I would throw his work away. "Tom" farms. Improved methods of storageand the damage of the plants. Wet land

;4 carload of Texas cattle. Several are worked by the day for others (a labor- late marketing make it possibleto will also make cultivation impossible, o
Fertilizing right is most important. We have the brands need.
interested in the proposition. northern thus allowing the weeds to get an un- you
a er's wage those days was not high), ship large quantities into D Write to'us. O
to get the means to pay for the split- markets. "But first of all," says Mr. due start. o D
''f- Bay County.-Truck crops are suffering ting of rails and to get a part of his Hood, "Florida should produce enoughfor To prevent any loss from standing 0
r for rain as no rain has fallen land "scootered" up. His first crop ,her own people, a thing she has water, sufficent ditches must be had. i
2; since September 24. Fall crops are of berries was a modest one, yet wenta not done for many years." On account of inconvenience while Toomer Fertilizer Co.
_r also suffering. Farmers are keeping long way toward paying his debts. Farmers should plan for their next plowing, many farmers will not have Wilson&Man ;
: the soil worked to conserve moisture. The second year's crop took him out year's crop at digging time by select- ditches across their fields, even though Ideal Fertilizers

sF of debt, and he saw his way clear to ing potatoes of good size from hills they may see the necessity for them; O Dealers in Spray Machines and Insecticides.
t Madison County.-Boy* in the pi;; add to his dwelling and to buy a horse that: produced the best. These pota- but if such ditches are deemed desir- D
JACKSONVILLE
club work anxious to continue it, His excellent helpmate enthusiastically toes should be stored separately and able, they should be constructed, even FLORIDA. D
are
I i 4 and applications for memberdu entered into all his plans and madea under no conditions should they be though the turnings of the plow must ,,0 O
many ire being received from &otlLOJT little go a long way. sold with the expectations of buying be more frequent. To allow the plow OC30I ,0=0 oo1- -.ocaif
; and Every year as it passed saw more seed next spring. "Farmers' who allow and cultivator to cross the ditches,
s ; gals.Washington improvements. He bought another 20 the present high prices to tempt they may be made underdrains, by
I acres of land. In course of time he them to sell themselves short of seed putting straight poles in the bottom
,. County.-The Molino had enough of cleared land to grow will seriously regret this step when and then filling up. However, in Flor- if
yfi '4 fair, started without a dollar in sight, I othe rthines besides strawberries upon they dig i their next crop," is the opin- ida, where we have heavy precipitations SEED POTATOES

,'eel 'x' was a success. No sold to shows, carnival companies or from the stores. He had no If compelled to buy slips or vines carry away the surface water, are ; I MAINE GROWN SELECTED SEED

+ f grafters. I'neighbors to help him with the drain- next year, insist that they be1 of a pro- preferable.Old I Spaulding's No. 4 Rose, Early Red Bliss Triumph, Irish Cobblers.We .

age of his land and at his own expensehe ductive strain properly selected, and ditches should be cleaned out I are now ready to receive orders and make contracts for November,
Holmes County.-More than two had dug a capacious outlet ditch, under no conditions buy either slips, and made deeper. When the bottom December and January Delivery.

W 1 \ hundred acres have been pledged by nearly three-quarters of a mile long, vines or potatoes unless they bear the and sides of a ditch are sealed by a I Write for prices, stating quantities and varieties wanted. Our seed
1 farmers who have organized an Irish into which to lead his farm drains inspection tag of the State Plant network of grass roots, but little of i! potatoes are the highest quality Maine Grown selected seed. We are
pototo club. None of these men have i for the complete drainage of his land. Board. Right now is a good time for the ground water will enter it and the j I I I familiar with the conditions in Florida and our seed stock is selected. ,
-1 grown potatoes in the county prevous- i He built substantial wire fences, had the prospective grower to cover his flow of water is retarded. The deeper 1 i iTou should plant Maine Grown seed for best results. I

"s'' 1 Y. his land stumped, and wherever a need for seed.Florida the ditch, the more ground water it : WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE SEED CATALOGUE.
}- I drain was needed he put one in, for farmers should remember I will intercept. To lea dthe dtches to I I II

;< _'-, Bradford County.-Since the boll he had spent his "' weevil has become well established, an "Hundred-acre Grow" (now owned by a quarantine against the importa- if many ditches are made to debouch i I
FA, effort is being made to get the farmers (I J. Uglow), where his foreman was a tion of sweet potatoes, slips and vines i into a pond, its water level will rise : i Oldest Corner Established Newnan and Bay, Jacksonville, Fla. I
d ; I drainage, and where he and if there is within the interfere with the work- and Largest Seed House in the State
who are going to plant cotton next I I crank on a shortage so high as to I I I0&
year to plant only short staple. I found the value of freeing the soil of state next spring it will be hard to I( ing of the drainage, and the pond -1

a ,,j i water. meet the needs of the planters. The I! should have its water discharged to a _- _-- ...-- -
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At the present time he cultivates movement of potatoes and vines within lower level.Thorough. -
Leon CQunty.Farmers are getting ,twenty-three acres of land and is having the state is also limited by quarantine drainage is sometimes I ono.'OCOOOnoc I ono '
30 cents for 4.3 percent milk, An effort -

storage was facilities made to in get Tallahassee increased, cold but j'I acres more are ground set to broken strawberry up. plants.Three regulations. of made the impossible land on a lower because level the refuses owner to :0a I I Farm Machinery For Sale *

The present year he grew corn, pia- allow a dscharge ditch to pass throughIt
equipment for it could not be obtain- JAPANESE VARNISH TREES.
ders, cane, Irish and sweet potatoesand is hoped that the spirit of conces-
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vegetables. He has many hogs, sion, which should now make itself Having recently sold farm near Starke o
and last week he butchered enough of Four years ago a Tallahassee man, felt in every case where welfare is my D
: a tii Bradford County.-One farmer estimates them to keep him with meat for the formerly living at Starke, sent a few I I concerned, will not let one man hinder I am offering for sale at ,a bargain the fol. o =;t

the production of his forty- next five months to come. His cribis seeds of the Japanese varnish trees to ,'I another's progress. ,o lowing described machinery
five acre pecan grove this year at 20 full of corn and he has sweet potatoes some friends in this city. He had a' :

4 thousand pounds. He has already and syrup in abundance. His number of these trees, well enough e I power cane mill cost $120.00 f. o. b. Columbus,
"r gathered more than eleven thousand I strawberries, Irish potatoes and sweet advanced to bear nuts. These trees PECAN GROWING. Georgia; capacity 50 gallons every 30 minutes. fil
from the seeds. Dr. A. L. Scott
grew
him in the
pounds. ready
corn bring money
'r. has Mrs. Adaline Baisden has Pecan in Bradford 1 10 h. p. Gasoline or Kerosene Erfgine, cost $410J)0
I spring, and in the fall cash is obtained one, one growing county f. b. o
ChicagoThis
and Mrs. A. E. Moitt one. Mrs. Baisden's made its entrance without flour- o. engine is on track, easily
Calhoun County.-Farmers have from the sale of sweet potatoes, cane, any moved by two mules. 0
tree has attained a height of ish of trumpets. While few
syrup and hogs. He has quite a large a very 0
shipped several carloads of cane syrup "bunch" of cattle, ever increasing in six feet and is vigorous. From the farmers set out orchards of pecans 1 Feed Mill cost $45.00 f. o. b. Jacksonville. Grinds
for which they received from 58 to 62 numbers. nuts of this tree a resinous oil is ex- the trees were grudgingly given space 0n corn, cob, shuck and all; saving 30 per cent value of

cents a gallon. Several carloads of Seeing Mr. Williams' success on low tracted, from which a choice grade of around the buildings on most of the feed.
fr velvet beans are being held for a mar- wiregrass land, others started farmsin varnish is made. farms. A tree that would not begin 0 1 Threshing Machine, with pea and bean attachmentand

ket price of $30 a ton. the neighborhood. On the south he to yield revenue before it reached the elevator; cost $210.00 f. o. b. Jacksonville. This

is joined by Capt. S. A. Bryan and on MUST HAVE MORE MEAT. I age of nine or ten years was not in machine is on truck, readily moved by two mules. o
,;s+ St. Lucie County.-Since the workof the west by Mr. W. B. Kuhl. These favor. However, all who now have Threshes rice, oats; hulls peas, beans and velvet D
dipping cattle) has been started, the people are all enterprising and have bearing trees are glad they planted beans and shells corn thrown in shuck and all, the
farmers have become greatly interested good roads between their farms and Backyards and Farms Must Raise them, for where not crowded they bear corn coming out winnowed and clean and ready to 8
in getting more and better cattle plenty of ditches. The land is strong Chickens, Ducks and Geese. heavily and the nuts sell at a good 0 sack.fast Shreds the shucks throw for stock feed. Shells comas D
as one man can it in.
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into the county. Two carloads of grade and must be well draine dto do its price. If there was not such a good 0 ;
Shorthorns brought to Fellsmere two best. I Because of the war the meat re- I market for pecans, it would still pay D 1 Rice Huller and Polisher; cost $150.00 f. o. b. Mac- t
months ago are doing well. the farmers to plant the trees for the '. Clenny. ,
a'k
:- The subject of our sketch is strong serves of the world are diminished.The ,
is / and healthy and bears no traces of the herds of live stock in Europe have sake of the nutritious nuts, which are 2 Boiling Vats, for Syrup; cost $20.00, Starke. .

'tl Calhoun County-Northern farmers hard work and privations he has un- been reduced by slaughter made nec- probably unsurpassed for the fatten- Shafting, belting and pulleys; cost $100.00. .
':} are still coming into the county. They dergone. He is now "on his feet," is essary in order to feed the armies. Our ing of hogs and giving the meat a
I..; : are enthusiastic over our red clover much respected and his credit is good. own meat production in the years just pleasant flavor. Pecan trees grow in 0 Total cost of machinery, including freight, $1115.00. o

g='- but the agent is advising them tot He bas been a member of the Starke preceding the war was barely suffi- any soil not too low and draw their p All the above machinery practically new having beenused D
: plant velvet beans a; a summer le Odd Fellows lodge for twentysixyears cient for our own uses. And yet we I I substance from the subsoil. So far only two seasons. Quotations ; show o
o on tame goods
';. ,... gum Farmers are now breaking and is a prominent man in that are now called upon not only to feed they have suffered very little from the about $200.00 higher that above cost Above machinerynow now
of insects.
ourselves I ravages
but to feed
ground. organization. Europe to a
: offered for sale
at bargain price of $915.00 which is
; :f- large extent. And we must do it if we ,
I win the war.Where BOLL WEEVILS ARE FOUNDON about $400.00 less than new machinery could be boughtnow
St Lucie County.-The first public I
demonstration of dipping cattle to SHORT COURSE FOR FARMERS.'A will we get the meat? You BOOT OF CORN STALKS and new machinery is now hard to get at any price.

:, eradicate the tick was given November can do your part, on your farm and in 0 o All the above machinery it i in first class operating condition,.and can Do DoD
: 17, under Federal supervision. The ten-day short course of agricul- your backyard by producing more Mr. J. R. Hodges, one of the pro- be delivered at my former farm near Starke on or before January lat. I
plans have been drawn for construct- tural instruction will be offered to all poultry-increasing the supply of gressive farmers of the Lake Butler o have found that operating laid machinery for toll on rice, syrup feed, and o
: ingvats in various parts of the coun- farmers at the University of Florida, eggs and chickens, geese and ducks. territory, sends the information to the com and bean shelling pay. con.iderably over 10 per cent on the investment -
ty. The farmers are greatly interest- Gainesville, January 15 to 25. This Our total number of beef animals can Telegraph that he finds on careful investigation each season; besides making up my Own crops. This it your oppor-
q e. +' e ed. course is free, no tuition or registration not be increased with sufficient quick- that there are more boll unity. Save this advertisement a* it will apperr in this issue only. Write me.

fee is required. ness. Several years are required to weevil in the boot on corn stalks thanon C. L. PEEK, STARKE FLORIDA
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The work is planned as a series of build up cattle herds. Hogs' can be cotton stalks and bolls.
Clay County.-The annual corn and lesson lecture and will be increased considerably in 0=000n0.70
and periods a year. Theycan He suggests that unless the corn =0.-- .0=0. 'OCC'
'. 4 pig club contest closed with a banquet presented by the regular agricultural be increased faster than any other I stalks be plowed under deep, or other-
; The boy winning first prize for best college faculty. These instructors are meat animal. But poultry can be doubled wise disposed\ of, that it is useless to .
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'f{ acre yield of corn made 63.7 bushels, familiar with conditions in Florida in a year. It offers the fastest and combat the weevil by plowing in the I 1- .:- = :
while the average for the county was and they will deal with practical prob- cheapest possible source of meat in- cotton fields alone.
;i 47.5 bushels. The profit on the best lems of the farmer. ciease. That is why it is so importantthat jFavorite .

acre was $66.25. Three boys received Farming is recognized as an espec- everyone help in poultry produc- 240 POUND PIGS. Fertilizers
;' a free trip to the University as a prize ially important activity at the present tion next year.

j and six others were awarded prize time and many are looking toward The more poultry and eggs we pro-
With above
k; ; noney. the farm as the best place to exert duce the more poultry and eggs wewill corn 50 cents hogs eat
their heads off very quickly. The hog are BEST for I
their abilities during the war emer eat. The more of that food we a
that takes two three months
TRESPASS SIGNS. gency. To make the most of their la- eat the less beef and pork we will needor or to get
bor, instruction will be necessary, and want-leaving that much more to on. full feed never brings you a profit. COTTON, CORN, SUGAR CANE,

Just off the press, a new lot of "No under the changed conditions farmers go to Europe. Thus we do indirectly When and SWEET POTATOESYou
Pf ; Trespassing," and "Hunting Forbid- who have been in the state for several the thing we can't do directly. By shoats on you feed are begin ready with to the put B.your A.

-' den" placards. Large type, on heavy years will find much helpful informa- poultry production we get quickly the Thomas' Hog Medicine. Use regularly want the Best of course. There are Speical
cardboard. Call at the Telegraph office tion developed during this ten-day meat to win the war, although we
and watch your shoats round out Formulas to meet needs. Write for full information
Starke. period. cannot increase in that time the num- your -
into fat hogs in nine
: Farmers who are planning to at- ber of our meat animals. months-hogs about fertilizer
y'F- Whenever You Need General Tonic tend may secure more information by Get some good hens. You will help going well over 200 pounds, and as for any crop. l
high 240
v Take drove's. addressing Dean P. H. Rolfs, at the win the war. You will reduce your as pounds. Figure the aver-
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless college of agriculture. own cost of living. You will turn the age feeding and you will see why the INDEPENDENTFERTILIZER
B. A. Thomas
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a waste into food. Get some good hens. medicine is a good in- !
t General Tonic because It contains the vestment. Try feeding out your hogson COMPANY
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1' f well known tonic properties QUININE Every farm worthy the name should this plan and if you are not more
and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives have some fruit trees. Consult the The hog is the right animal for the than pleased, we will refund the cost JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
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*I out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and nursery catalogs and choose some- right place-on the farm. He com- of tha medicine. Sold by D. C. Jones, II.

,tr Builds op the Whole System. 60 cents. thing for planting in December. mands respect. Starke, Fla. Dec. 2-9-16-23-30. f

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SANTA CLAUS LETTERS. Asheville, N. C., Dear Santa: THERESSA, FLA.Theressa ed hogs now in Florida than ever be- of northwest quarter ol"of 5 4

32 Henrietta St. I am a little girl ten years old, and Fla. fore, but the total of all kinds is not quarter section 2, township 8, 10 .

[ : Dear Santa Claus: thought that I would write and tell Dear Santa Claus: what it should be. There should be of range 22 east, in Bradford county
From 14.
(Continued Page ) that I wish for a big sleeping doll ten where there is but one. In this Florida. S
and
1 want a cow girl suit a gold you I am writing you to let you know And I will offer the same :-

""LAWTEY fish. ELIZABETH ANDREWS. and a picture album. Best wishes from what I want you to brin gme for emergency no breeding animal shouldbe for sale on Monday, the 7th day of
FLA. t ALTA NEWSOM. killed. The Florida farmer who January A. D.
Christmas. I am only 7 years old. I 1918, the same being a
'L Dear Santa Claus-I want a locket New River, Fla. want you to bring me a pretty doll buys meat in town is not doing his legal sales. day, between eleven o'clock

1 : and chain and a bracelet and a parlor Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa Claus: with blue eyes, one that will go to duty to himself, his family, his state, jn the a. m. and two o'clock in thep.

'F set I m a little girl eleven years old. I want you to send me a ball and a I will write you a few lines to let sleep. Santa, bring me a little doll his country and the world. The pro- m., the same being the legal hoursof

''t: I will close, hoping you will be to my bat and a Christmas book, a gun anda you know what I want you to bringme bed, too, and some oranges, apples, duction of meat today is patriotism." sale, in front of the court house

house Xmas AGNES ROBERTS. car. Christmas: a dolly and carriageand candy and a big'cocoanut I am goingto door in Starke, Bradford county, Florida -a
t.
Yours truly, a lots of other things, and bring look for you on Christmas eve and and sell the same to the highestand

3 Dear Santa Claus: GUY ANDREWS.Lake my brother some for Christmas. Good hope that you will not forget me. I best bidder for cash.

:/ I am writing to let you know what by, old Santa Claus. I will close for Your friend. RUB OUT PAINwith W. J. EPPERSON,

{ I want for Christmas. Please Santa, City, Fla. this time. Answer soon toOPAL LUCILE WOODARD. Sheriff, Bradford county, Fla.
bring me a large real size doll and a Dear Santa Claus: LEWIS. good oil liniment That'sthe A. Z. ADKINS,

long coat and also, Santa, you may I will write you to let you hear from Theressa Fla. surest way to stop them. Atorney. 12-7-5t.

bring my little sister, Annie Melle, a I me. Santa, I want you to bring me a Dear Santa: Dear Santa Claus: [[The best rubbing liniment isj

doll and little stove, as she can't write pretty little sleepy doll and a pretty I want a sleepy doll and a chair for I see your invtation in the Tele- Bill for Foreclosure.In .

. v yet. So I will close Santa, hoping little stove, and a little bedstead and a her. I want a chain to go with my graph where you want every little boy circuit court, 8th judicial circuitof

*: ,\' you will bring them. As ever, your carriage My little sister Susie said locket. I want me a carriage and two and girl to write you telling whatis MUSTANGLINIMENT Florida, Bradford County.The .

:1 friend, PEARL GRIFFIS. bring her a chair and a doll, too, and dresses and a hat for her and some their heart's desire. I am 12 years Americar. Trust Company, a

my sister Alice'said she wanted a doll, stockings and a clock and a lamp. old and want you to bring me a steam corporation, administrator of the estate -

: I Dear Santa Claus: too, and my sister Gertrude wants a IVA COLSON. engine and a little toy train, and a of G. F. Markillie, deceased,

: I am writing you to let you know I doll also. Be sweet and good bye. hat and a pencil and a tablet and a vs

I want you to send me a gun and large LOUISE MAE MEADS. Dear Santa: sack of apples and candy awl all kinds W. S. Parker, Della Parker, his wife

1 shells so I can practice for the war. ---5-- I want a sleepy doll and a little of toys and I have no more to say. I Garfield Johnson and H. M. Fleming,

Santa, I have learned to read and chair and a bed for my doll, and some will close, goodbye. Good for the Ailments cf as executor of Harriet E. Fairhead, I'

write and next Christmas I hope tot GRAHAM. FLA. I fruit and a stove and some pets and a SAMUEL WOODARD. Hones Mules Cattle Etc. deceased, Joseph Coffin, MaUby Company -
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be able to give you a large order, and Mr. Santa Claus of little piano and a little trunk for my I a corporation, et al.
; I remain as ever.FLOYD Dear Santa care Telegraph: doll. Bring me a doll carriage and two --- S Good for your own Aches, I Bill For Foreclo3ure.

.5 BROWN GRIFFIS. : little dresses and a little hat for her HOGS CAN MAKE RAISER Pains Rheumatism Sprains Notice to Appear.
I school. I ,
am going to like my ,
teacher. Santa, I do not expect much, and some shoes and stockings, and a RICH BY THE RIGHT CARE Cuts, Burns, Etc. The State of Florida to Garfield
: Dear Santa Claus: clock and a lamp. I am going to school Johnson, H. M. Fleming as executor of
; : for you have so many little boys and 2Sc. SOc. $1. At.n Dealers.
I am a little boy nine years old. I and am 10 years old. Harriet E. Fairhead deceased
Joseph
girls to visit. I have a little baby Logan Points Out Importance of
want to bring me some apples, oranges ANONA COLSON. Coffin
'i:: you and Malsby Company, a cor- ,
brother five years old. He can't write, Proper Feeding Methods
4 candy and nuts. 1 have plenty poration I
Greetings:
but he : "Dear old Santa I wanta j
says ,
't of pecans, so you neednt: bring met Dear Santa Claus: It having been shown by affidavits
any. I would like an erector set and little horse and wagon and fruit and I will write you a few lines to let JACKSONVILLE, Dec. 9-Dr. A. H. that the defendants Garfield Johnson,

J some firecrackers. Your little friend, candy and pop corn and a little automobile you hear from me and to let you know :. Logan, of Gainesville, was a caller at H. M. Fleming as executor of Harriet -

:,] MARION WILLIAMS. a cap" pistol and caps and what I want for Christmas. I want a .1 the office of the.state marketing bureau E. Fairhead, deceased, Joseph
. fire crackers. From Ernest Wasdin
: doll, a doll bed, a doll stove, a doll yesterday. Dr. Logan came to Coffin, and Malsby Company, a corporation -
ESTELLE
by WASDIN.Mr.
;'; Dear Santa-I will wrte you to let carriage and a mouth organ. I guessI Florida two years ago from the bureau KeepWell are non-residents of the

;4 :: you know what I want. I want a bit Santa Claus- will have to close for this time. Your of animal industry in the depart- state of Florida, and that the residence -

cycle. TRUBY ROBERTS. friend, IRIS GODWIN. ment of agriculture in Washington, to of said defendants is as follows:

North Pole. take up the work of helping to control Do not allow the Garfield Johnson of the city of Atlanta -

t Dear Santa: Dear Santa Claus hog cholera, a disease that has causeda poisons of undigestedfood Georgia '
: general delivery H. M.
r GUILFORD FLA. I am a little boy, going to school loss to accumulate in ;
of millions of dollars
the
I am going to tell you what I want to Fleming as executor of Harriet E.
bowels where
and I in the third your they
Dear Santa Claus: every day am grade. farmers
of the
state disease
for Christmas. I want doll and a poss- Fairhead deceased of San
sorbed California
a a are into your Diego, -
c j.:: Please doll doll Dear Santa, will please send me a
bring me a a car- you ible of being controlled if not elimi-
doll and doll bed and trunk ,
carriage a system. Indigestion,constipation general delivery; Joseph Cof-
., and teaset. Very truly. cap pistol, some to shoot in it,
S riage a caps and some pretty dresses for the doll. nated by careful attention to pre- headache, bad fin residence unknown other than he .
ABBIE DOUGLASS. some fire crackers candy nuts and
,
ventions. blood and
. E. INA DUKES. t numerous is a resident of the United States of
. some fruit. I guess this will do for This work is now considered so important other troubles are boundto America Malsby
Company
Dear Santa Claus: this time. that Dr. Logan has been ableto follow. Keep your tion a corpora
FromEDITH Dear Santa: created under the laws of the
: write few lines let WASDEN. system clean, as thous-
will to
I
you a induce the department in .
I want a little automobile and a lit- Washing ands of others do by state of Georgia, with its principal S
,
you know what I want. I want a kid tle horse and wagon and a little train ton to send him three assistants, Drs. taking an occasional dose place of business in the city of Atlanta -
. # body doll with black hair, a stove anda Dear Santa Claus L. N. Peterson, H. F. Walker and A.
: and bugle. R. N. DUKES. of the old, reliable, vegetable Ga., and that said defendants are
piano. Hoping you a merry Christmas I will write you to let you know Houchin, and they are at work. Farm- family liver medi over the age of twenty-one years, and

and a happy New Year.'TERETHA what I want for Christmas. I want a Dear Old Santa Claus: ers with sick hogs and in doubt about cine. there is no person in the state of

-S McCALL. big doll and a doll carriage and lots I will take the pleasure in writing the nature of the sickness should Florida the service of subpoena upon

k of pretty doll dresses and a little you a few lines to let you know whatI promptly communicate with Dr. Loganin Thedford'sBlackDraught whom would bind the said above named -
Dear Santa: stove. Please them Gainesville. The spread of cholerais defendants.It
send and I will want you to bring me Christmas. .
I want a doll carriage, a red wagon thank for them. send a costly matter in any community.Is is
1 t S you Please my Bring me a buggy and a knife and a therefore ordered, considerad
and some candy and apples. Please little sister a doll and a doll carriageand gun and a lot of other things for a Man's Work and adjudged that the said defend-
is send me these things, dear Santa; I doll bed Dr. Logan says "that hogs can be ants
doll
and trunk. Yours Christmas. Well, old Santa, I will Garfield Johnson, H. M. Fleming,
* have been a good girl this year. YourS truly, MATTIE OGDEN. close for this time and come soon. produced withprofit in Florida under as executor of Harriet E. Fairhead,

dear little friend, ELLA LEWIS. proper feeding methods is evident by deceased, Joseph Coffin, Malsby Company -
::13 ISOLA ROBERTS. the reports made by boys in the pig
Graham, Fla. Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of a corporation, created under the
''51 Dear Santa Claus Dear Santa: club work. Their production on a I, Rising Fawn,Ga.,writes: laws of the state of Georgia, with its
Dear Santa Claus : 1
: large scale is a man's work, a work "We have used Thedford's of
principal
Please bring me a doll, chair, wagon place business in the ritz
_\I I will write few lines to let I am a little boy going to school every -
you a for the farmers of Florida make
to up Black-Draught as of Atlanta Ga. do the
,, rabbit, toilet set, candy, oranges, appear to com-
,>,[ you know what I want you to bring day. I like my teacher and am in aples, and little vases. Please bring as an extension proposition. If the a family medicine. Mymotherblaw plainant's bill of complaint herein on
' I want doll with black the fourth grade. Dear Santa, wont could not
me. a curly feed has been produced fora
5 plan now before the
them if you can. From a loving lit- or 7th day of January, A.
I hair blue its you please bring me some to take calomel as it seemed
and eyes and can shut caps start with the hogs. Although it D.
tle friend. 1918, in default whereof decree
a
them shoot in my pistol and some nuts too strong for her, so she
and and doll cap
5' eyes open a carriage GRACEY GREEN. may be more desirable in most respects pro confesso will be entered
0' If this and some fruit if have them to used Black-Draught as a aganstthe
bureau. is
and
too you
a
it is not to buy a said
S necessary mild laxative and liver Garfield Johnson, H. M. Fleming
much leave of some of it. My name is spare, and lots of other good things. lot of expensive purebreds. The native ;
Claus We it of
Dear Old Santa : regulator. use as executor Harriet E. Fair-
: THELMA McCALL. By by. From EVERETT WASDIN. I will write you a few lines to let sow crossed with a purebred boar in the family and believeit head, deceased, Joseph Coffin and

a you know what I want for this Christ- will produce improved pigs that will is the best medicine for Malsby Company, a corporation.It .
: Dear Santa: Dear make returns under the liver made." Try it.
Santa profitable good
: is further
S mas. Bring me a doll, carriage to rollit ordered that this no-
,;;: I am so glad Christmas is so near I will write and answer your kind in, and a lots of ther things, and feeding and better handling. Considerthe ... Insist on thegenuineThedford's. 25c tice be published in the Bradford
.
;; \ and be sure and bring me a cute little letter which I have just read in the bring my little brother something for hog-it is a money crop for Flor a package. E-75- County Telegraph, a newspaper pub.

i 1 doll thta goes to sleep and a dollS Telegraph. I sure did enjoy readingit Christmas. Well I will close for this ida."The lished at Starke in Bradford county.

\, dresser and a stove and a tea set butt Santa. I want you to bring me a time. LOU MAY LEWIS. wood rangers must be bred up Florida, once each week for five con.

S don't forget to bring my little brotherS sleepy doll and a piano and a bureau with good boars and the swine indus- secutive'eeks.. S

: something-a tricycle, and both of and bed set for mv doll and a tea set Dear Santa: try modernized in Florida. Pork con- In witness whereof, I have hereunto -

,,; us some candy and oranges if you can. and candy and fruits of all kind. Will I am writing you to tell you whatI stitutes about one-half of the meat set my hand and affixed the seal

Hoping you a Merry Xmas, your lone- close. Be sure and come to see me want for Christmas. I want a doll consumed in America. The war has What is LAX-FOS of our circuit court on this the 6th day

ly MILDRED McCALL. Christmas eve. MURTIE LANE. and a carriage anil I a stove and a lock- cut down production in Europe-a reduction LW-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA % of December, A. D. 1917.

A- et and a bracelet and some sweets anda of 32,000,000 animals-and ifwe A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Catharticand W. T. WEEKS, Clerk.

DUKES FLA. Graham, Fla. doll bed and a trunk. I am a little are to help our allies in the mat- Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark, Cooper, Cooper &0sbome and A. V.
S ter of supplying them with bacon and Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
: Dear Santa: Dear Santa Claus: girl, 9 years old. I have three little Long, solicitors for Complainant.Seal .
I will answer kind letter which I am going to tell you what I want brothers. They want old Santa to fat we must raise more hogs. Flori- Root,May Apple Root,SennaLeaves and. ( ) 12-7-5t.
your Pepsin. Combines strength
for Christmas. I want little doll bring them something too. My little da farmers should plan' to raise as / with'pala.table _
I have been waiting and wishing for a aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c
S 1 you to write to the children in old I bed, a bureau, a piano. I think that brother wants you to bring him a little many pigs as possible next year. Notice for Publication.U. .

Bradford. Santa, I want you to bringme will be enough for me. Yours truly, boy doll and a little horse and buggy. Breed the sows early so as to have f "" S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,

a nce gold locket and chain, and a WILMA MAMIS.P. My othe rtwo brothers want you to the pigs" ready to feed on the first COFFINS CASKETS Nov. 16, 1917.

nice gold ring and a big doll and a lot S.-Send my little sister a little I bring them a train and a bicycle. SoI crops. Notice is hereby given that Thomas .
And full line of
of nice fruit and candies of all kinds. piano, a doll trunk and a bedroom set. I will close my letter so some other Helpful SuggestionsDr. a K. Postell, who on September 14, 1912, S

S I am 12 years old. I am going to Her name is Sunshine. little girl will want to write you. Logan further said that the experiment Undertakers' Supplies made homestead entry, No. 010954, for
station iu Gainesville has
S school and I am learning fast. lam in '. ETHEL DYALRAIFORD Automobile Hearse. southeast quarter of northeast quar-
publications filled with helpful sug- ter, section 2, township 6 S., range 23
: the fourth
I home S
grade. smart at
am ,
: love and well. BROOKER, FLA.. gestions to farmers about raising Always on hand. The best ser- E., Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no-
papa mama mighty FLA. hogs. Bulletin 131 gives much infor- vice at the lowest prices. Special tice
of
intention to make
Claus
Now Sandy, I hope you will not feel Dear Old Santa : three-year
Claus mation on the subject. This document, attention to telegraph orders. to establish claim the land
: worn out over carrying the heavy Christmas will soon be here again.I Dear Old Santa : proof, to
: loads to the children in old Bradford. am writing you to let you know thatI I will write you about what I want sent free to all applicants, says: above described, before clerk circuit.court

: I will remain a good girl.NELLIE sure did enjoy last Christmas and you to bring me for Christmas. I "The Florida farmer has several ad- RegisteredErnbarner! at Starke Florida, on the 4th
l
: TAYLOR. sure do hope I will enjoy this one as want you to bring me one little wag- vantages over the cornbelt farmer in day of January, 1918. ,

well. Guess I will tell you what to on. I want some oranges and some pork production. He has a milder climate I DeWITT C. JONES : Claimant claims' witnesses:

: Dear Santa 'Claus: ,bring me this Christmas. You can apples and a mouth organ and I would a longer pasturing season anda ,1. Starke, Fla. I John Conway, of Middleburg, Fla.

: I want you to bring me a table and I bring me a nice doll and a trunk anda like to have some long pants so I couldgo greater variety of feds. He can .. '- ---- Ed. Manning, of Middlehjirg, Sla.
the -J--
: chain and a lavalliere and doll car- locker and some sweets. I guess a bird hunting and a rabbit hunt- produce pork cheaper than corn- James Sweat, of Middleburg, Fla.

S : riage, and then I want to bringS that will do for me, as.I have three ing. Now, Santy, If I haven't ask belt farmer because no expensive shel- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4POLITICAL Mack Wilson, of Waller, Fla.

'me a saddle horse. I haven't you got much little brothers. I will tell you their for more than my share, I will look ters are necessary in winter; pasturecan + ANNOUNCEMENTS. + ROBT. W. DAVIS,

: 1: to tell you this year. I am going to names so you' wont forget them, Ru- for you on the 24th of December. SoI be had the year round, and protein + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + S Registrar.

S ; school. My teacher's is Miss fus, George and Woodrow Wilson. will close. So come to Raiford, Fla. concentrates-as well as carbohydrates FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP 1.
name
WILLIE WESTER. can be raised on his own I am a candidate for membership in the NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
tell to leave them
said to
Yirgie. I am going to close my let- They you farm. The greatest trouble the Flor- House of Representatives and hereby announce Thirty days after date hereof. I will applyto
*- ter. I am eight years old. Now this lots of pretty things. So I will close m, candidacy: in Group 1 in the coming pri.. the Hon. Ceo. A. Gardiner county Judge of
I >.S is all for this time, hoping dear Old Santa Dear Santa Claus: ida farmer has is to select the best mary. I feel that I know the need of our Bradford county. Florida. for an ord. to Hit
so goodbye Santa Claus.JEANNETTE .
,
anda hog feeds from the that may county and Ut in legislative way and bav Et private tale a two-thirds Intemt, tame beInz >
train many
t", BROWN. and all the little folks a merry Christmas. I want you to bring me a in gbeen chief clerk of the Home for the tension the entire interest of Clyde Pitta and ,
AVY PRESCOTT. fire wagon. I am a little boy, six be raised in the state. of 1917, I am familiar with the proceeding Maolla Pitts, minors in the following described -
f old. I am going to school. I Difference in Value. of laid body. I solicit the support of all land situate in Bradford county, Florida.
S Dear Santa: I years the I, democratic: voten and. if elected, promise to-wit: .
attention to
I have received kind letter : Dear Santa Claus: try to mind my teacher very well. I 1 Dr. Logan called faithful and efficient services. R. A. GREEN. The Wett half of lot 2 of the Northwest

which I have been looking your for some- I will write you a few lines to let stay with my grand papa and mama.I difference in value between the razor- 1----: Quarter of Section: E. Township (, South Range
incident 21 East containing 41 63.100 acre,.
back and the improved hog by an -
hear from and to let know ran away from my grandmama some I
time. me you AVIE
S ::, Santa, I want you to bring me you SMITH
; what I want for Christmas. I want a time, but I think I will try and be a happening at the Jacksonville 11-9-51. Guardian for Said Minors.RILL .
f a big doll and a carriage and a bed better in the future. Stock Yards last week. Eight Du- + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
aet for my doll and a tea set, too, and doll, a doll carriage, a doll trunk and boy PHILIP ROBERTS. rocs, eight months and two weeks old, + LEGAL NOTICES 4 FOR FORECLOSURE.In .
,
fruits of all kinds. I am a little girl some doll clothes. My name is Dwight sold for $332.93. Eight scrubs, a year + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tSheriff's Ci-cuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit of
, .5 ten years old and in the second read- Godwin. I live three miles from the Florida. Bradford County.
half old from carload were Sale.
S S and a James H. Millican
Dear Claus a
; and town of Brooker. I am five years old Santa :
1 er I am smart at home too. Santa
-
selected in comparison and figured at Notice is hereby given that under VI
T I nearly. I will close for this time, I am writing you today to tell you F. E. Phillips W. E. Phillips. bis
0. want to bring little pit -
you me a friend what I want for my Christmas pres- the prevailing prices for thin pigs, and by virtue of that certain writ of wife, and W. A. Mays.
: ano and a bureau. Well, Santa, you your check for issued the Bill fo foreclosure.
GODWIN.I ent. I want to bring me a harp and the owner was given a execution out of and under ? :
DWIGHT you
.S must be sure and remember me for I This is surprising, if not I seal of the circuit court in and for Notice to Appear.
iI'\ have and a pocket knife and a New Testa- $25.50. a The State of Florida to F. E. Phillips and
been thinking of you all the I "there's reason" for Bradford Fla. date W. E. his
ment and bugle. I am 9 old. difference, but a county, bearing Phillip wife, Greeting:
I'. year.. From your true little girl, will write you a little letter to a LEE BROWNING.Dear years it. Our wild, self-made hogs are not the 6th day of December, A. D. 1917, It having beeit shown by affidavit that the
.- VERTIE TAYLOR. let you know that I am living at defendants F. K Phillips and W. E. Phillips
Brooker. Santa, bring me a nice comparable in any way with the pure and issued in that certain cause therein his wife. are non-residents of the State of
), ., Santa Claus bred, hand-fed and well cared for ani- pending wherein the W. T. Raw- Fiord,. and that the residence of said defendants -
I Christmas present. Put it on the : is unknown other than they
j Dear Santa: Christmas tree. Bring my little sister I will tell you what I want you to mal. The razorback sow running at leigh Company, a corporation is plain- midrnU of the United States of America: and are

I.t :L I will answer your kind letter which and brother a present, too. I am bring me for my Christmas present.I will usually loses half or twothirdsof tiff, and J. P. Gufford, J. L. Gufford, .there Orice is no person in the State of Florida the, S
of
4 I have been wanting to read. Santa, eleven years old. And put it on the want you to bring me a harp and a her litter, and that's not profitableas L. A. Jones, and W. A. King defend- defendants aubpoena and that upon said would defendants bind are(be over laid

:J I want you to bring me a pretty big Christmas tree at Ziff school. The knife. I am 7 years old. "pigs is pige" just now. No kind ants. I. W. J. Epperson. as sheriff of the age of twenty-one years.It .

: ?; '.' doll and a doll carriage and a lot of name of my little sister and brothersand HENRY BROWNING.Dear of meat can be produced as quickly as Bradford county,Florida have leviedon is that therefore the said ordered.defendants.considered F. E.and Phillips adjudged _

,- '>" fruit of all kinds, and a little piano Doris Bill and Jackson. So I will pork. I that certain real property as the and W. E. Philip; hi. wife do apoear, to the
'*nd little Can Be Raised Here. property of the said J. L. Gufford one Complainant's Bill of Complaint hrtic: : on or .
; a bed set for my doll, for I close for this time, hoping to hear Old Santa Claus. I am a little I before the 7th of
day January. A. D. 1913.! in
: *a a good little girl, am going tog I from you soon. ONIE RIVERS. school boy and have to go to school. I "Good hogs can be raised in Flor- of the above named defendants, described default whereof a decree pro eonfeiuo wi.l I be I

.' chool every day and am learning fast To My Dear Old Santa Claus. am in the second grade. I want you to ida," continued the doctor, "as fine as as follows: Lot No. 2 of the entered azaintt the said. F. E. Phil'ips aril W. S

o and I am smart at home. Well, San- bring me a little train and a railroadfor anywhere in the cmountry, in proof of northeast quarter of section 2, town- E. Phillips U further his ordered wife.It that this notice be published

ta, I will little which it is only to thatZ. ship 8, south of 22 east, also in the
..: close. From a true Dear Santa Claus: it to run on and I want some fire necessary say range Bradford County Telegraph a
: MARVINE TAYLOR. and candles and lots C. Herring of Micanopy, won the the north half of the southwest quar- newspaper published at Starke. in Bradford
doll and chair for crackers roman
1" : I want a sleepy a county Florida, once each week for six consecutive -
her, and a little carriage too. I wanta of nice fruit. I have a little brother blue ribbon for his Florida-born Pol- ter of the northeast quarter of section week
sister who likes toy trains and I and Chinas at the recent state fair at 21, township 8, south of range 22 IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto .
dress and some fruit. I want a locket and ..
:: et my hand and affixed tne -o! of our Ciretii 1
Hi Ottn. tat Don iioi JtflKt till..... and bring me a little trunk. I want want you to bring them somethingnice Macdn, Ga.f in competition with simi- East, containing in all 106 and 80-100 Court on this the 13th day of N<.v-,ntx-r, \. D
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: ate of U* ionic and laxative effect LAXA. stockings and some shoes and a too. I think little sister wouldbe lar hogs from not less than a dozen acres, more or less, less right of way 1917. >
YtV1t nOMO QUININE U better than ordinary some states several of them north of the of the G. S. & F. railway and less W. T. WtEKS. .
nice doll please come ,
: of so
t. uaine and doe not cause nervousness nor lamp and a clock. Good bye. proud a (SEAL) C'erk.
.. S. la head. Remember the lull name nod VIRGINIA COLSON. to see us. RODMAN REDDISH. Ohio river. There are more improv- south half lying east of G. S. & F. Ry. By R. A. WEEKS. S
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fjii i i* a css.iT of 17.#( vHti a.ttxlhi .r LAKE BllTLER.Me AK ?tf is ElErrZe: C'-.t.: & -:: ; :'':1 :'r u a i :- eTiirr, eocsinin? o KCZS s certain/ c ta iri iai vc
Mr. G. eyr. : fat S T'u- :: :. 'e'JiT U caicgu H 17 tie icol criLirtr iih ir
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* W. HiN4'1: Try 1al > YU 10 years r..f ag*. Mr. Lk7d Mire vuui Starie were weH rendered. Prtf. L- L .ay ;rs -L-.t- :.?:t :.rE 'ee 'e aht
1(:'" IUr'.M I tix; erf City C eanL Mn. Patsy J',.LI, of Parr, B* Ju -,:;:.'.41.Y. : i :r., ti* principal. :::a.-! a fT oz-u.: : tie W C 7 C -

: Jaricwri- 'a1t -.a1' after I 11" City ,Kdl ct b rr7.!'ar #.u.J:1 was .iitirg Lr zt riTr, Mr. E- W. :, }!j:'. N':irra.z ha fires a-'L! at the ter:-rizg, ralh'gat- f T--Z' Ctrkri:

i wy'd T.-M1. Lr was rtitrra tMr. : IKriT atfc. Preset ,L C Strleklajyj 1 Kern, azd fa= }j.f'.JT. his pc hk.' Torkirg for }fr. : "-- cf ti*. parents; f!> thrrs Preiiert. yA.. B. Sirr.

r'-.M.. r ayw; J. W. Tt'T"-y"A, ciairsuui ,.. T. MiGT:?* :7.i his replar y. ;:a. c.: !:.a.! ; *s Eaxart s-icnn? tts P r- Vxe Pr.>iit. Y. !. L JL tnn.

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V- itr.2y. .R. E. Di, J. H. Sorir. rJ.. rg ew'.tom ctIan S.via7. preatiirg t: : 11 to =rEFo stay cut cf s ic r. rtary.Yr!. P. M. P.L +'w. &

Lt Mr. J. W. Batten, cf Trrsaia,1.:- M a. r::. ari 7. p. t:- trim: sasIaihrge ;:': a LAWTEY. ::' entsrtaiizent cf the -ae 7rirrr, }!:!. ASie irrr? i|
cr acpacStd ty thirte :ir c re, o! CarM trl Mirrva e-f a:'At-ias[E :at both s..rs:! J+. arin:: b.0: ren<:*fed ir. aiout t TO E*=*=':
: Stark* a-vj TVreita i ty/e, ie f: lar: ]r'.u': f rem; 2r'yl an a34r 15it..i..! Z' C"Jd: .uw. En. I: -J :. ?" Satur.. y i-.d 5u:-i7 iy depaster. >

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wfll Ie esp&y] cs th: : tru k' ]r eferred r I srsru dim.tet. : :!rirg cf tb CiT n ErdeaTo r .
+ farxu.Mr. ( !inras:: Dell of ti* lasitarj: e. n- ;it Giii rril!*, aid gave a gir.g a<- j' Braraer* rara :o &:;; .. :: one ; CLAY HILL

R. J. Ajuirwi, of Stark*, w.ua cult**, repr.ru: that es&iitktj are i exc't G! ti* o aii'E. ard th -stat f "' L. .;. SAMPSON CITY.
}!:!. J. D. Ea iall .p
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vuh/yr Wit fait Frviay. rerjr n::aeb inr.prrAe, afVir caivaii of ;graM i-zsctti :i:* Eidtaron: w?r f ft a 'j FMcEwen Is visiting La .
Mrs Miry Battea has t>*3 or tLe: tfc* city ha .
ra nick lot for a fur dayi, bat U v-: .-rat Gwral itr*!;t werk in d-re t. Mr. Jei Coll, on* of our *iHIertoyi f ad MrsA'rd Ere'ter are planning to have a Christrender : the less e&jssiunity cf rfrrreti rey It:
vishon
parti of th! d/ >a4 t1.iY.wd.! : who is j to 12.L.ZJj-.J! )1 7".f.ay. cne cf its cost pcp xr t!!. ...t
liii vrithf.Mr. VJX&rM at Fort Wheel t c.d .,
: a good
Mr. 0. D. &.br.P. prcfrass i j'r lr2tJ, Mr. J. N. Diujitery. via Sas
D. D. Wyxiard ar>i daof -, "r' MoT; r d arm: carri* 4 p'lrcia- th. S....'..:.T"r. rtivec :o Levy cocnty, iriere ie Lots 1
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Stark*, vert Tir.ton tr Mvr iay. aba; 100 oat h week, vinting hi! pnJ.f:. ; Friiay before C'Zt.i.The
towr several her, j purtiased 2 largt ftr=. Ur ..
Mr. A. S h1I"U a THitor VWai. 'trr.r.t fir trd a'.rc i canal, Main: a-vi J.!!"!. J. D. Cotb. J-: =s* Lad an attack ipet days ::: will appear reit week. nrrgVter .;
I zE ri eip rco b.rt fW..a1. -t of; pr-eu=:vr.ia at the camp, but i .. Ja=ies Srek2an4: : SSfri his rgi i Ernlth: .

tiara, t-ii p.rchaud th Ga!* plat! t;. d, 1'it *: .;sr..hi ly the city and a in ...,">i ihape_ready for Gen.r -th I j I eoT.tracter* ride Inis'tes the repairing ncoming. Eis dauzitef ar i Miss Miss .E-er.u 5 ktr, of the ism J
4 twer nnua L..J ,.. kT1. td F..afry' 2 !//5rri of th* city of Lake. Boa! Per=!.Cl. Mackery acoawed.: : if Fr-: ; I;. t.l. Ga.h .- .

with !:.iJ btJ'J1 tUr'. WE '1I"tl.tJJf1i1 }. ;.'rauifcrr' cvar.ty, Fa. The etr cyTr.fJttil' fart R. C:. Dan*, while: crtfr.ir.: :* I j 1x6:y Sterlf L L Sap: spent ,n:!. Henry H'J n, Clarence j iz, returnee bere after ukfnexamkatioa -

t Mr. Pvftti in rri r mjf..At. ;; ZX.VAX irA collect isch lie!i >.e wood: is his yard t..*. other day, met E'3l days last w *k: In J1iY:=.I? I :ri alai Fred' Lany nictored to ta2"Era at Stark*. *
j Trtr.ess: i in the U. S. e-rart DrCii rof Palacka. f,.._ ._......__.... ,1..
aid tazn frora Crrrj" with < a =* ..
Mr. c. A. Ycnr.tk/yl family fs/erv.rj C'ir" n- a paL'ful and aln'.c-st *eriou 3 :/ !:nZ2 :S3:: r'I2y. r.tr' Inks .
INtI.4 Stark away af>rth '. ',r-i. iabie:: for sass hcerse tax; d'scei/ient.. Th* a.the rire'clothe : .Mr. aid... )!r!. Starh'rsr Peerlfs ; dent cf this ph_. tis n'yrtihere. 1..7f"1"
'ftfr t0 zze 'a ught I!: : j. \- .... .... .. ccn :? back whl! ::!: caused tier: '- ,. J
.. + .r c"aw'' I.
r/ 111 ht'nd *. arHjding 4f.tb"ir r i --ir fe'S -srithb1. city lirr.'ta cf LakTh > ? sine ,J.""r hitL*.a...1., cau=.:;ng ._eihre j I ; '=with: .h. ar: .r-- -z fE; ;.:. quite late r.=rting .;.._... D:. C<5j is a gooi: pksscsi il

i: !Fr. :....rrtI.:!; -i'j:.I'%::! a..e ..d axe to glar.ee:! striking; bin oa th*. r.* e |I Constable rsa A.iT'J..'.. Stcke. arts 1_. .. :!. Gh. W. wntir.soE: ncrde a bus- girl we are Frond cf his: returr.Mr. J
'oHft.. aid :fn. W. W. FackiaraMai we. elarrD :r. cry :Prt. oTn g tear breaking it. He U out ; ? .0-= trip to Jasks-'K-.ville F'ri+ray. Kirby Snddi has madeinprsTeneiii !fl'd 1s y-
13. L Bla; *chard
fty < ,...1... .1..."... ordinance; wa rzA i:1 f'JLMotiorj again and wer basinj ". :: around hisAC*
I'J ;t! tI" ii a rc S".nda attendir.:? to t !::!::!!. KIs-i D. Lang: ;rredFU;: two h-:.- 1rXi :
? to l.a.T -
Mary Athky! of Worth, Ga, 1 by: )Ir. Register that the Mr. )f. E. JIDa".il I is *c. hoHLgij : j-or|I !.! Jch- A. =r day. head of cattle for pxple in this :ac-d. : greatly to the aprearirjce.irs. -i
;: U visiting tr .uter, Mn. Porter G'ifford. rule be waived and that licence ord?j down or.* of the: chain at the Bran-: r. visitor Sari-g: of Hiz y last week. K. Smith: has bees 1: E*- .f!

r-ar. No. 2 be placed on i it? second ten torjwrial pUi.OIL I. a. H. D. Randall to Lairtey Saturday.Mr. r*. Billis Starling, who is IE :hone for several days, vishirf: t&ftive sre '1

Mill Rsby I r.r.t1.t wa i.i Stark f. riding and read by title! only. Second J. C. Poppell 1 cf Starke, win as GsJr.eEville wa a viL for medical treatment, is ? and friends. .
: Jut wEek taking tadirj' examhation. by Mr. Jors and carried. IJ.ke Butler this I the f.rst part cf the .. d Mr. I
week on business.i : The annual bazaar cf the Ladies: I IIs to be improving a.; We are J. C. Raulenon. sectioe' fat- t j
Mr. Dell r!".wade a motion that the i i County superintenisnt ,t for
sch' i j Society cf Grace M. E. church! .tr'X; to report this! and hep she win.[ can this section, has bees aSB& :
! ''- roles I* farther waived and that liE. R Pcppell 1, was in Lake Butler this j be held at the rest ia the, | J toe tack fccae. '[I ;ing to' business is Georgu far fIT (
cer.e ordinance No. 2 be placed! on its week on [.t siness.sx. room :'days.' '
f HAMPTON. i[hall, Saturday Dec. 15th. Full Clay HiD Honor RoD.
third reading for final passage, Mr. Hutrt E. Bennett and sister i Leonard i. We are having series of \
ond by }Ir. Mias r.er, SO ce .ts. AU bring your g ::: r- Strickland.' a enif2stic I.
Scarborough. Carried.
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Evelyn attended the! Chrk
Ordinance : ar. with prices rnarked on then:, to : !'!: Grade-Kate Wilk .!:v.l::. meeting a! the ...Ss? Cfcy :
tr A. A. A-thbrt of > urk*, wu a bus- !I was again read in full Endeavor: gathering at Gainerrille one told. All the! money to LP used ,r.d Grade-Alonzo Hayrrans. | school: hcill! week, lasting es3 ij
I Rand
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pa!id by unanimous anda } !last Saturday and 5rr..ay.fr. .
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f f ir..fu visitor )AF WMrx.day. church Grade Maude: Wilkinson Sur.day :. :,
J. P. HaD, of Sampson City, was |i I cane/mraittee e?i< his
consisting cf Chas. H. ,
l appointment from Gov. Catts
ruitc/r Lr Sctdayf |; as Claus: ha !Eade the press a;ent and cperatar at Sa=psca :
: Mn. I). W. Hrrire was ibopjrtn? Register: A. C. Stricklar.d C. F. P. inspector of cattle: for western district Moore CI)..!' store his hadq. ar E. : :..h Grad?-Leo Wiliinsoa. rzade a fig trip to upon act '.I
j era was appointed to meet I>ec. Cth: atFanr.ll"l cf Bradford (
her WedrAtday. j I' county. t rJ-.ht this72L ..
received about '
chit
and Lawtey for Chriitrr: ?.o i one hundred d'l-l
Owing U. the iln! !i* of the paster, Dealers Bank and nMr.. J. L Matthews wife and child Elder H. V. Skipper, of :_ : wcrth of clooI: supplies!: hst Mrs. S. E. Jones revived i aessajt ,, ::

Etv. L. A. Kawli. there- wan no er- j i vertigate in by Lake band Butler instruments a; turned rrL.Y-d tkroBgk Lake Butler! last Monday S. C. is holdir.g a series of j The shIail le out Li t !jj', tse1F.t cf the w that her 1!a.ht', "

views at the Eaptitt Jrch S viay.JIlis I Bills band. ; in their alto on their way home services at the town hall.! The and we hope to get in-ch good i!!,Mr. Ray Thomas, who was emlo d
' I were examined ordered Bland.!
and at
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Asra Pcrttr of Ar.deri//n S. They had been to"Star ce jat Wolf '
den
'ipaid follows \ vices began Ia-t Thursday 'J \ then this: year. j i Co s. =: 31 at Palatka. t"
I .. C., u tie ytitrt of her filter, Mrs. J. Gren a*Fitzpatrick: hauling I visiting relatives. will probably go on for 10 days e-r.g or ---. I hid one of his legs laiy! smashed.> It :.
garbage
M. }fax.tl1.fi.u is rot known whether it vil Iresnlt
wekr P.e-.. yet
Skipper is of the S
14 H. S. Newaom street ; work Dakle I '
r: :; ) LAUUH Keagler: Wheeler, of and fain : ROSIER. Advent church. ; BROOKER- in the loss of his lee 1.ct.1r: hope

s Andrews, S. C, was bin the inter' John street, balance S242.70; Mr. H. C. Peace spent several ; I not. Mr. Thomas has been: ia the employ
Croft street work ( ,
f of the Maionic Journal thwetk. U; G. V.
cit -
during Phillips, sca\er.ger allowance J2. last week on a business visit to l" r.y of the citizens here were vis- I of this concern for about fifteen
i All officers Mr. J. S. Rosier has finished gri*d- canopy Gainesville and Ocala.Mr. to Starke Tuesday. I!!'years.
paid for
monthly salary "
r The public U invited to attend a i November. irg car.!. J. W. Johnson, of South A. J. Gri.:!:; and Walter Bax-i i Mr. Hampton Jones was off duty "

"Wild Wert" entertainment by the Petition: of citizens to increase }IiDaiEY Lewis and Blanche! Anoi..a! is a guest for a few days of i: 'ere attending to bashess at the two days this: week boating and frh .1 ,
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primary department of the Hamptonchool mar'bola salaries considered ...dnare the guests of the form is sr.n. Mr. W. H. Johnson about ty seat Saturday. 'I'I j in*. ;
was and
at the school building DecemJr same bit over for future action. brother this week. They will probably miles southwest of Lawtey. j t Es Emilie Spink ar.d Eunice Robj j .\.r. J. tt-n. Harris, who has Seta. } I
a 21 it, at 2::'0. when the following Treatnrer'i remain with us for a week: or so, Rev. W. Overstreet filled his were b Alachua last Saturday. :;: mite ill from a case c! lagrppe. IS i
report wa read and nltl. .1
I program will be rendered by the various cr at least we hope able I
On motion council adjourned. so.Messrs. ular appointment at the Alachua r. E. L Crosby and daughter Miss j to be out again. I
I wild animal of peculiar} nabiu JrPeale and Britain Ros.i fist church last Sunday. His ( .were visitors to Lake Butler I ){r. Dragger Jcs, a faittfal ..crk-
C. F. RIVERS
Recitation, "A Small Boy"-Euene Clerk. .i iet' attended church at Heilbror.n: Saturday ter, Miss Carrie, accompanied him.Ir. Saturday.: I as a still hand nas accepted a poei- I

Henry.Recitation. Woodmen Circle.EJecu Officers. night. ) H. D. Randall was a \ r. and }fri. S. V. Andrews and !1 I; tm as stiler! for the R. H. Smith Tur- j1 j1fr

i "What I Know"-Louis Last Thursday Lake aide Grove tie.Mr.I I Ancel Wainwright visited our 1 Jacksonville last Wednesday.Dr. Cone were visiting relatives sear j pet !:e Company to fill the place formerly I

? Terrell. 104 Woodman Circle held their regui I i f section Monday. G. W. Brown was a last Friday. held by Mr. J. N. Datgt !'1.
c Dialogue, "What I Will Do When I lar meeting and elected officers for the I Messrs. Joe Pelle and Horace P.o Gainesville Monday. Daisy. Lane one of Lit rte Mr. Noon Thomas, of this paste, bs 1'.

Am a Man"Recitation ensuing term as follows: i i ier were among the sportsmen Sat ITMrs.. J. D. Randall made an add : progressive teachers, spent purchased the Joe Hilliard !a.m OS '
i "Grandmother's Cat"- 1ft!!. Settle A. Mane Guardian. \i day. They report quite a goodly nura- last Sunday afternoon at the ) week-end with relatives here. the Starke and Sampson City reedhit'and

; Inez Drawdy. Mrs. Jennie Dell Adviser. i ber of game birds. dist church at Orlando returning j and Mrs. A. B. Shaw and c will move there in a few days. ,
The Song of the Flag." Mrs. Agnes King, Chaplain.Mrs. I I It was the pleasure of several of the her home Monday. were visitors to Micanopy last ... -

' Recitation, "What I Want for Ella Strickland clerk. yang folks to gather at the car.eI )fr. J. E. Wilson was I and Sunday. Your .. will receive
order for
I printing
Si t"hriltmu"-WilJie Fay If kka. Mrs. Stella Priester, Banker. I grinding at the home of }fr. J. S. P )3- business in Jacksonville last I Rosa Surrency of Pine H ill, the same careful attention if sent ly:
Recitation "V.Tiy We Salute the Mrs. Annie Rivers, Assistant Clerk. : ier Friday night, where they spent the; }Ir. N. T. Peeples and family her cousin Inez ', mail if given-personally.
Flag"-Clemmie Hall. Mrs. Elvie Rivers Attendant. evening in chewing cane, drinking to Jacksonville,this week. I Aberr.athrj I I as

Recitation "Suppose- Mildred'al. Mrs. Cleo Borum, Assistant At. ten- I juice and the playing of games which Mr. J. C. Byrd, cashier of the -- .
.. i dant.ilr. EO interest folks.
young
I tey State Bank, spent Sunday in '"
E Recitation, "Don't Forget" Gco.: <. Beulah Dekle, Inner SrntintLfn. The late Mr. Richard Griffis is mak- sonville with his family, who

Terrell. } Mabel Crews, Outer Sentinel.I'hviicians crag certain improvements upon his move to Lawtey in the near I
Uialogue,"The Days of the Week." Drs. Seeber King and land, one of which is a house to be ocMr.. and }Irs. J. J. McLeod SID. PETERSON
Recitation, "A Lesson of Mercy" .1. HMa ires. I f cupied by his son, Willie. move to Jacksonville this week :
' Ralph Green.Recitation Iher.- was I I, Mrs. Wm. Reddish : ,
a very large attendance enjoyed a short }f r. McLeod is employed. t
"The Evil Effects of :tr.d a r-reat d+al of interest marifei- stay with her parents, Mr. and )frs. )Ir. P.. B. Jackson returned :

I CigarettesAmos Lester. i'l in the order. The Circle is rap:
Recitation, "Santa's Mistake" t-irp and is up to date in the4r Wm. Reddish, mother and ii'3days' visit in South Carolina. I Ifr.

Amanda Varnes. work. ter were the guests! of Mr. and Mrs.he \: and Ira E. E. Barney and "
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Recitation "Do Your. Best"-Aha' Mr. M. Klor.d'!! has sold out his interest J. S. Rosier Sunday. dren and Rev.'n. V. Skipper were With a Carload of "
Robinson. in the Lake Butler Restaurant )fr. Andrew Wilkinson was; chatting itors to Jacksonville
Wednesday.
Recitation, "When I am a Woman" to Messrs. Tom Gabriel and G. with friends and relatives in this ecThe Thede-Moore Co. have

-Ollie Witt G. T"r?aki!!. Mr. Klondes has moved tion Friday evening. I the brick store of Mrs. )f. E. BROKEN

Dialogue-Iy two Children. jto i Ftarke and engaged in the Earn[ I A number of the young folks at- wards, where they are
last, but not least; comic recita- LrA of busne: Mike tended the preparing f
a !;;; is certainly aMrs candy pulling at )fr. Geo. all
open cp sort cf Santa Claus.
l tion by the Great Rhinoceros-Leslie''r'n' :7 tsrr. Wainwright's Tuesday Mules and
I night. )le;?!srs. Jerry Norman, G. H. Horses
Futch. M. )
E. Roberts has purchased I Ir. Clyde Carmichael was a visitor ers and C. K. Sapp were
The W. C. T. U. announce the following ). of Mr. E. W. Miller their beautifulfh to our burg Tuesday. business ?
in and near Starke last from '
new members enrolled since ?, J on the ertee of the lake on North day. 3 to 7 years old A
the last monthly meeting: F. E. Henry ) lijl I: : 4 street, formerly known a? the Messrs. J. H. bore ,

I A. J. Nimmo, A. A. Futch C. C. O 'len place. Mr. Miller has purchased HEILBRO J IP J. Brown, of Lawtey and Messrs.and G. -

Hobbs J. II. :Mott J. H. Harrison, c.f the Lake Butler Bank the hou=eit and Pad nett, of Highland, shipped at ASONISHINGLY LOW prices

.Urs...J. Mullady, Mrs. Ethel Johns, present occupied by Mr. D. W. Pin- }fr. Drew Rfddiih butchered a number first carload of hogs from this '

donny Mrs. L.and 0. Misses Boyles Lizzie Mrs. Minnie Rowe, Mar-Ruth treet.holster and family on south Lake week.of nice fat hogs Tuesday of this i,I i I ity.pound A was fraction received less: for than them 15 cents, and\ f Come to the old stand in front of the :

Rowe and Eva Williams. Mr. Pinholster will Pin Miss
move to Has Flossie Reynold, teacher of shippers were well! pleased.
The Red Cross Rally held Tuesday county in a short time where he has the Pine Grove school near Sapp stnThe; I children of the three STARKE HOUSEfor.

evening was a most profitable and i purchased a farm and grove. tion, was seen in our section Satur ;I schools! Baptist, )f. E. South and
much enjoyed affair. Hon. A. V. Long Mr. J. E. Byrd of Raiford is in our day enroute to Starke. i E., are practicing and otherwise .
and J. E. Futch of Starke, were orators city this week organizing a lodge of Mr. Schellie Rosier: of Rosier, waning j ready for the Christmas tree a bargain1 : '

of the evening. The Hampton i Columbian 'W<.odmen. He has already I visitor to this section Saturday vtces. ..



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