Bradford County telegraph
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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 1, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02153
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I ___ Luke Butler, Dec. 1.-Misses Ruby Mill. (if Justice 'lusy Grinding Out The many friends of the Bishop t .,
Tallahassee, Nov. 27.-The state of Starke Will Give $1 to All Proctor, Pauline Hatcher and Clarence ] I' Sentences! family horn were saddened Sunday to 1 During the week there has been a .
canvassing! board Saturday canvassed! ']i on December Honor Roll Roberts motored to Five[ Milo :: learn of the death of Mrs. Harriet demonstration of tho Duplex Fireless i
the vote and declared the results of 'I Sunday aftcyrtoon: \ for a visit: with J i The following cased have l.itcl.v. Elizabeth: Bishop, mother of Mr. H. Stove at D. C. Jones hardware store,
Better deportment! and harder work Miss Norma Dckle.] been disposed' of in the court of
the election held November 7. The' A. Bishop. The deceased; had come conducted by Mrs./ C. C. Hamilton, of 4
results show for United States sena- will b<.the order of the day throughout The many friends. Arlie Ware- R. A. Green : from Lou Angeles, Calif., to visit:' her I, Jacksonville. It has been well; attended I' ,
tor there were 51,050 votes cast, as all the grades of the Bradford will bii grieved to learn of his death State va Albert Price colored, on. She wan "sufferer fl'olll'u complication by admiring housewives, who
follows: High School during the month of DB- at his homo in Unadilla, Ga., The body I charged with carrying COllcl'lIle,11'11- / of diseases and was not wellon have dam well pleased! wiUP the great
cember. The Bank of has an1 \ brought to Lake Butler Tuesday Tlead guilty and was sentenced t
Park Trommcll, 43,707.; Starve was ): pons. leaving home. On arrival at Jacksonville i[ convenience, of) the apparatus and the
TV. C. Lawson, 6,074. thorized 1' Prof. Dowling to announce evening for interment. I to pay a line of $100 and all costs nho was quite ill and was 'perfect cooking] boiling, roasting! nod
H. B. Jeffries,' 1,652. to the student body that every pupilon Jim Br",wn, of Miller motored, to or six months in county jail. compelled, to tako her bed on arrival haling ticrtmiplmhed by it.
(I. G. Biggers, 3. the honor roll for the fourth month town Saturday.Bon 1 State vs John Perry, culoredchnrg-/ in Starko last Friday. The best medical This cooker is built on the principles -
J. Duncan McDonald, 1. of the: term will be given a Christmas Duke, of Five Milwf! was greeting I assistance) was summoned and of a thermos bottle-it does not
For representative in congress from present of one dollar by that wi the first congressional district, II. J. awako and enterprising institution. Miss Mae Duke, of Raiford visited i was found guilty by a jury composed disease, old age and the long and About ten minutes over \the
T>mne received 14,371 and William The gift will bo made in this way: friends in Lake Butler Saturday und '|'of T. N Kendrick, A. O. Andreu, W. tiresomo journey mado the battle for llama of a kerosene stove or twenty
M," In the second, district, Frank Clark Christmas Saving Club. Each pupilon L. Fowler and sister, Miss Hattie and L. I). Green. Sentenced to pay a Mrs. Bishop, widow of Henry A. will heat the cooking discs sufficient '
received'! G,931 votes. : the honor'roll for this month will May, Vivian and' Raymond Doyle fine of $300 and all costs or six[ Bishop", wax born in Iowa over 70 ly. The benefit of having an apparatus -
In the third district, J. 1[. Smith- be given a savings card with a creditof motored to the State Prison Farm on Months at hard labor. years ago 'A great desire to see her that will cook without attention,
wick received 7,561 and Ben. S. Han one dollar. The pupils will naturally Sunday, afternoon. State vs Everett Green for disorderly son before she died, was granted her, HT apparent to every housewife. I II
cock, 1. i. add to'It during the coming year Miss Norma Dekle is" spending,: the conduct. Plead /guilty; and wait and her last hours were peaceful end In the fourth district, W. J. Sears and by Christmas, 1023, have a snug week with her parents at Five Mile. sentenced to pay a fine of $."> and all thankful to Him, wlo has bound the HAMITON. : i
received 3,362, L. G. Bibbers 14, and sum laid aside for use during the holi Marcus Dekle and Gordon ,Johnstonof costs or 60 days in county Jail. i i end with the beginning. She was willing i t
U R. Benjamin 1. days. At that time a check will be Five Mile:, were business visitors[ State vs Willie Reddish, charged! to KO to'the', rl'almhere! thereis Humpton, Dec. 1.-S. B. Price and l6'
mailed to them for the full amount of to town with conduct. Plead[ 1 I
For state superintendent there was Monday.J. disorderly guilty l no more parting. family, of Cedar Keys, are moving
a total of 45,114 votes cast, as follows their savings during the year, including E. Dekle motored to Five Mile and was sentenced to a tine of $5 and The funeral services were held at I here this week, being located in the
!j the $1 given by the-.bnnk. Thursday.Miss all costs or 60 days in county jail. the Bishop home on South Walnut I Mullady\ cottage)
W. ,S. Cawthon, 36,636. i| This is a fine gift from the Bank of Madie Floyd ,has accepted work' State vs II. M. Wasdin, assault! and' street at 3 p. m., Monday, conductedby Clifford/ Kalch, of Philadelphia, In
It. R. Riley. 8,477. I'i Starke to the school], and it should encourage in Mr. Vining's store. 'I battery. Defendant discharged upon Rev. M. L. Smith, of the First the guest of his father; Wm. Kalch, ?
Dixie Hollins, 1. The 1 vote for a spirit of thrift among the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vining have request of prosecution. Methodist church of Starke. Tho remains this week. He in on his way to South
Hollins cannot be attributed as his -students moved into the home purchased from State vs R. W. Surrency for using in charge of Funeral Director Florida where ho raises a crop of vegetables
own, for it was vpted in Wakulla Already] the Bank of Starke's Xmas Geo. Alderman. profane language. Plead trinity and D. C Jones, were then curried to the I every winjor.; In the spring N
county in a precinct far out in the Saving Club is the all-absorbing topic D. W. Borum spent Tuesday in Jack. was sentenced to n line of $1 and all depot, to) be, conveyed to Great Bend, lie returns to his home in Philadelphia '
woods. with many of the students and it is Bonville. coats or 30 days ,in county jail. j Kansas, for interment. The pallbearers for the summer. ,
Jefferson B. Brown receiver 36,581 expected'that: the honor roll for this Rev and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, Rev. States Enoch Kelly, charged\ with were, Messrs. E. S. Matthews, J. !Mrs T. J. Burden and' daughter, "
and R. F. Taylor 34,964 for justice of month will break all records. A large and Mrs. W. G. Doyle] and children disorderly conduct. Plead' guilty, Being M. Alvarez, J. C. Robinson, J. W. Andrews Mrs It. F. ChcHser, who have been
the supreme court.R. number students have expressedtheir and Mrs. May motored to the State a minor' he was fined, only $1 and Jr., M. I.evltonV.. M. Bryan, the guests of relatives and friends In
Hudson Burr received 36,109'and intention of winning out on the Farm Sunday. costs or 60 day in county jail. J. W. White, J. M. Mitchell. The remains Jacksonville, returned to their homo
A. D. .Campbell" 37,035 votes for rail dollar proposition and building a big John Ervin Dekle spent Monday in State vs Smith Manning and Er-1 were accompanied) by Mr and here this week
road commissioner. I''i account for use Christmas 1023. IMacclenny.' berts Jenkins, charged with luiceny ofa Mrs II. A. Bishop and little[ daugh \Mrn. I. J. Priest had as her guest .
The votes for constitutional amendments D. F. Floyd spent Monday in Jack- pistol :from M. N. Newman They ter. this week her cousin, \Mrs Susua ? E
were j "WORTHWHILE GIRLS" sonvilre.: were arrested by Deputy! Baisdcn j! Smith, of Tampa.
For the school amendment 31,959 t' Col. Schell Maines, of Sanford, wasa 'who' got the pistol from Smith Manning IN IIONOU OF MISS FIELDS! ; Dr. F.. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a I
olio against, 9,801. making a total vote of Miss Lula Wilson entertained her guest pf Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines dnd both *were put in jail and, i professional visitor here this week
41,756. Sunday school] class at the home of) Sunday. tried Saturday. Manning plead guilty I Mr. arid Mrs. (>. A. Collins entertained Mrs S. R. Johns and daughter, Lucite -
On the judiciary amendment there her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wil- Death again has claimed one of the and was fined $50;; and nil costs or ': ,( informally at their home on' of SIll rke, were rt.I'en guests/ of "
was a total vote of. 32,853, of which Hon, south of Starke, Saturday, from precious mothers from Lake Butler, 6 months in county jail. Jenkins was '! South Walnut strict, Wednesday ofI I \Mr. and, Mrs 'J. II./ '.Snxon.J. tt
number 21,631[ were favorable and 3 to 5 o'clock. After games and cane when it took front our midst Mrs. discharged. I II II last week, in honor of Airs" Collins', W. lilanton captured a wild aft
11.222 against.The juice were enjoyed on the outside, the Martha Phillips, wife of Mr. Guy\ I I State vs W. Whitten for disnrdetly\ sister, Mills Tliea Fields, of .III.kllon-1 in the luko'swiunp about a mill from
salary amendment got a total guests were invited Into the parlor Phillips, night marshal of Lake But- I(I conduct. Plead guilty and. WHS fined, ville. '}'ht! rooms:' of the Hampton, this week, meuauilng three I. ,
vote of ;31,497, of which 25,731 were where a marshmallow toasting was ler.; on Nov.. 18th, also the infant Ron I I$1| and all costs, or 30 days in county : were opened( en suite and were taste i and one half feet from lip tip. k."
favorable.; enjoyed, after which Miss Wilson, assisted of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. i i jalJ. i I II' fully decorated! with pot plants and M. L. VVuttemon has on exhibit the +
The reapportion amendment got 14- / by Laurine Cheshire and Ber- "Mr( Martha Phillips was a native cut flowers Tho evening was spoilt( stuffed hide of a latttesnake, Mix feet a
!W, favorable votes and 19,771 against tha Wilson, served hot! chocolate] and, of this county,'born-Feb. -1, 1878, being I' NEW PAPER ,roil HTAIMCK. i most enjoyably in making divinity, In length/ und ten inches In diameter! ,
making a total of 31,140 votes cast cake. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. rousting wcinies und] imirshmullown spurting ten rattles and a button He "
n this amendment The following officers? for the class Douglass. She was twice' married, The "Lunatic" is a new pel'lollit'al'' and 1layilllImeR./\ Dainty I'OfrlHh-1 l lUI'(' iHcd ho I snaky from u negro ,
were then elected: first to Mr. Will' Hosier, who died IG for Sturke. So fur we do not know if i hunts were served at eleven o'clock \\IT"... M. F.I Maniro has returned to
METHODIST President, Mary Lee Wynn. years ago; second to Mr. Phillips. it is a daily, or comes nut as often as i Among thou enjoying/ the hospitality I her homo titter a visit In Jacksonville ..r
Secretary Lucile Johns. She leaves to mourn her death, a. a century plant\ 1 bluoms, but it is a ,' of !Mr. and Mrs. Collins were J. L Scotten, of Gainesville, walt +
Our Sunday school starts' every Treasurer, Minnie Mae Cheshire devoted']husband and three sons, Rob decidedly unique and clever little paper es Then Fields, Iris' Epperson;; MIKII-I' looking after, his business interests in
'iwnday morning at 1ft o'clock. Thpse present were Lucilf Johns, bie Rosier, Edgar R si f'and Vincent or magazine and should bo wel- j| Nolle Huglu-B, Mr. and Mrs. I': town last Tuesdays I
The pastor has only two more Sundays Vivian Kite, Lonise Hayes Mary Lee Phillips, four girls, Jewell, Ethel, Iris corned by its ,000,000 2-.". fenders/ -- i I Netr, Mr. und Mrs. II. M. Snyder \ J, 1"'. Johnson bus recently purchased # '
before conference. We 'shay,) Wynn, Minnie May Cheshire, !Mildred and Delia. Mrs. Phillips was a devoted for that i Is the circulation it claims.As : I mid Mrs W. J. Epperson, and J. E.; a tractor from J. W. Andrews, Jr., .
have for our subject next Sabbath Silcox, Elizabeth Williams, Inez Tom-. I wife and loving mother*, and was it is strictly hand made, each ]letter '! Puucock, of West Palm Ht'iuh. of Starko. r
morning, Putting First Things kins, Florence Gill, Francis Lowe. highly/ esteemed by the many frierftls. being, foi'mecf by the [pen, iind each"(, Mrs. Tiendwny, of Griflln, Gu, arrived -
First. At the evening hour Brother. : Visitors present were, Verpa Wag- I she possessed. illustration drawn, and colored by| HKOKK() ARM here this. wuok. She and her
Dougherty, will preach for us. "V, Gladys Wagner. and Etta Fay i I Funeral] services were held at tho'home hand, we suspect that the editor' has hu-bund[ W. R. Trendwuy, havo ]located
Epworth League ato 645; p. m. Mrs. Gill. on Dekle street by Rev. W.; G.' the same fault us all other editors II Little IttMlrice, ten-year old. ,daughter on'tlllI Pitts farm south of town;
A. W. Anderson will lead. Doyle] and the remains of mother and claims too large subscription. In fart of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Johns whild whorl they will make their future !

Prayer meeting every Wednesday To flatter the superior person!! infant were taken Douglass/\ cemetery only one copy is issued at 11 time, to climbing in a grape vino Tuesday, fell homo
evening at 7:30.: don't. and ]laid to rAt in a grave covered circulate among t Ua editor's friends., I anti broke her arm near tho elbow. Dr. Mrs. II. J. Cnlibs In spending thil: I'
with beautiful flowers.<< .Who is the editor? It Is a lad in I !Parks attended! [ to the injury and tilt week with her daughter! In J I'JIK"n- \ avilla.

; the D. II. S., whose modesty will not I little patient Is doing well. a 1
WE CAN ONLY HAVE ONE MOTHER 'allow us to mention his name, though i --, ----- -.-, -,
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ibkiv4 product is very meritorious for one) of I
We can only have one mother, .. his age, at least. The boy has n well
Patient, kind and true, s developed sense of humor, has original I tone C idefl
., No other friend in all this world ideas, promises to become a good II .
I II1Aip; t'B Will be so true to you; caricaturist and shows' keen powersof I ? ;. j
For all her ]loving kindness observation. In n future numberof [ j

She asks nothing in return; the Telegraph we will publish a ttY ,.
]If all the world desert you, few extracts from the "Lunatic" and
To mother you can turn. they will bu! found not so crazy after
Many tears you've caused her fi
.When you were sad or \ill, LOCAL LAWYER H.tVK! JOINED !
Maybe many sleepless nights, FORCES I w

Tho' grown, you cause, her still.
So every time you leave her, Cot E. K. Perryman has moved into
Or whene'er you come or go, "' the suite of law offices with Col. D. E. : '
Give her a kind word and a kiss, Knight, and as heretofore will look
Tin what she craves, I know., after his individual] practice but in
addition he.will assist !Mr. Knight in
of law clerk.
the capacity
We can only have one mother,
of Mr. Knight for some
The practice
None else can take her place;
time has been such that he has need-
Ypu can't tell how you'll need her,
N Till you miss her loving face. ed assistance in his office.
The combined library of the two attorneys -
Be careful how
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la by. far the largest law library -
Choose word you'say
every ,
in. this section and It would
Q J Remember, she's your mother, ,
would be able to secure
seem they
wSv Tho' now she's old and gray.
A Information from same on almost any

legal question. n y ,
We can only have one mother,
Oh, take her to your heart; ASiERIGAN TO
You cannot tell how soon the time I,
When you and shy must part. ,

vI Let her know you love her dearly,. Willie Jones Post of the American a
? Cheer and comfort her
day, Legion will entertain all ex-ser
You can never get another vice men at a luncheon and smokerto
i raGrlnL.r.oO When she has passed away. be given at the armory on Friday I
-Fred A. Campbell. evening of this week. All World War )

Veterans are cordially Invited to at- V r p tl ,
fr rw.rw.r The local post la making rapid z=

].,.r. takln......m. the manureF )j.'r. takhV home the ..plrttOf Regular Sunday services at the. progress and U now starting out on
t F Of the u......" pi* M One; the cnat world out o' done members. Already Nowhere .1.! In the world except at horn, right In the U. 8. A tr'.
; Presbyterian church this for new
Sunday. The
i *af. eerv... to u. ThankerfTln'. day'When the hock' with "fod.Ur" overflow a campaign dinners' for Thanhajlvlng' be plentiful and "the beet you ever ate." Yeti
v Wh.n we nt down to 4...... Aa' peace recta on our 'ahorea. pastor, Rer. Hedges, will continue his the post has a membership the Grand old farmer and the lurKey. -doan't It portray the rajAmarfean I
.u our mouth can't help bat water. Bo were thankful for the is hoped that a goodly aee ;
V meretenThat Interesting discourse on the Book of twenty-five. It ; aplrttT Tbl. I. the 1922 Thanksgiving and !We tM
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.,'....n w. would a alnk days our Irone tU by Into But ...*are.d"be heapln far more on ua thankful hlh; Revelation which has thus far number of ex-service men from allover beat of them all.
A "..u..k" o' mother'. pie. For m "hunk" 0', mother' .. proven very instructive and pleasfngt the county will turn ,out on Frig .
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs, would have Honu'thin/ to toll llup:.''i, I Th.runt dose .stonishes th. invalid : ;
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YMn W_ NOnMY .. trn.M.a..N_aNntlO.......J i acres of strawberries are ]looking1 fin 1 NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL --- H r !
and to '
growers are planning; begin
Told. by Our Exchanges.IlM shipments about the tenth of Dccein !MAY SALIVATE YOUIt l7 ail I .
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Liver and Attacks Your Runes I TMC UNJVr Or. C. Wade Page, a Tampa physi- mash, one hundred sacks of charcoaland I A timber deal was closed at Crest- .I I II
was arrested by the IlilLsbor- I' several] hundred five gallon glass view last week, wherein the timber on Calomel
'an, salivation Is horrible. I It
ugh sheriff upon the receipt of a tel- I I I jugs were captured[ \ in the raid. The 77,000 acres of land was. sold to the swells the tongue loosens the teeth II I New Prices EIF. I ,

./gram from Sheriff Baker, of Pair! I operators had constructed two and a Southern Tie and Timber: Company, and starts rheumatism. TKaro'a no Iii;
half miles to the location of Jacksonville, the land l being located
?age withh roadway
Crac-h: county, charging i yf reason why a person should take sickening I
( forgery of an instrument filed in I, and n tramway had been built to han- ''in the southern part of Okaloosa calomel when a feCl'nts" buysa. ; Ii O. B. DETROIT ,
Reach court g 1 die the barrels. The still was constructed county Two hundred men have' ul- .
'aim county probate on large bottle of Dodson's Inver Tonea
along] the most approved line ready been placed. on the newly acquired Chassis
"ov 13, and purporting to be the perfect substitute for calomel. It Regular $235 f
it\. used by the legal distilleries, with I land and other camps will be
'ast' ; will!) and testament Judson is a pleasant vegetable liquid which
"::Smith. The alleged! will is said to two IJOO gallon cypress tanks, ( established from time to time. will] start your liver just as surely as: I Runabout, Reg. $269 I I" l lr

nave bequeathed to Dr. Page the en- 'od by a charcoal fire box and 'onnect-j' calomel, but it doesn't make you sick i
iro estate of Smith, valued at nbout:',: by a complete! piping system Declaring that the was tiring of and cannot salivate. Touring Car, Reg. $298 I 11 11I i
$20,000, and appointing him solo ad- being! furnished by two force pumpx.Fivo life and would be better off dead, Mrs Calomel Is a dangerous drug, besides -
ministrator. Dr. Page is being held gallon bottles were labeled] numbered Ella Stone, of Tampa, ended her life it may make you feel weak, sick I Truck :Chassis $380 i I

hero pending the arrival of the !Sheriff ,I and addressed. The still was Saturday by asphyxiation.!! Shortly and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose I ''III
of'Hillsborouirh county. I I i running when captured and A. J. and after the noon hour, her husband entered a da).'... work. Take a spoonful ot Coupe' $530 ,1
'Jack ]Mosley were arrested two miles the house and went in search of necessary. Your druggist says if you ,

Because he is alleged to have spoken I from the scene in connection with its! her. When he approached (the kitchen i don't] find Dodson's Liver Tone acts II Sedan $595 }
abusing! and threateningly to a operations. door he directed the odor, of cscupim I II will] wake up feeling great. No salts __ I I

Ft. Pierce woman, Spiro Sofee, na- I I gas. Upon opening the door he found i iI I lietter than treacherous calomel, youiDodson's These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in I
Code Hill, 77, one of the best known I his wife lying upon the< floor in frontof Ii' th"e i
turalized Greek, proprietor of a restaurant : Liver Tone (instead and you history of the Ford Motor Company
pioneer residents of Orange county, the open oven door of the gas stove II '
was seized at 10 p. m. by ,
seven partly masked, men who took I II was killed near Lockhart, seven miles and in front of her was u four ouncebottle money is waiting: for you.Adv.60TilERESS.t are coming in fast so place yours

him to a point outside of. town, flogged I from Orlando, when he was struck by chloroform, about fourfifthsempty. I I to insure early delivery.J. 1T?
him and then administered a coat 'an automobile. Hill was killed immediately !
of tar and feathers, warning him to i I and persons who witnessed Lorders; VV. ANDREWS JR., 'Iti

leave town within twenty-four hours. I I: the collision said that the two men T. J. Johnson, of Altona, has on displays Theressa, Dec. 1.-Mr. and Mrs. 1 D.

He was then left alone, being: pickedup I j I who were in the motor failed even to bundle of Cuban red sugarcane W. Moore attended the state fair in ...... .._ _
slow down. They were arrested at that fourteen feet and two ----- .. .. .. _
later by a passing automobile! He I, averages Jacksonville Saturday.Mr ::: =---":-
declares that he recognized: several of Sanford. inches in height, with weight per ] .and Mrs. C. A. Youngblond, visited .
liis; abductors. The : tile' : ia I stalk of nineteen pounds and thirteen relatives neaT Grnham Tuesday.E. .

in'esligating the case. ofon says! he I I Kicked about for a week, missing a ounces, and diameter of stalk seven S. Sibley wall attending to busi-
intends to leave town as soon as he : wastebasket by a hair simply because and three-fourth inches. He used no ness in Starke Saturday.: H. HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON,Jr. '
can dispose of his business.Arthur I. it had a string around it and fertilizer and made as high as four- J. II. Allen and Arthur Mooror were Preild.nl VieePrtuiUnt S... & *!>....

1 looked like it might be somebody's teen stalks to the hill, or total weight visitors to Hampton Saturday.. Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

Lee Massey, 11, of Jackson laundry, a roughly done-up package of 147 pounds of cane per hill. Mrs. Goar and son, of Jacksonville, Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
Heights, Tampa, died Sunday in opened through curiosity by members visited her brother, C. M. Humphrey,
a local hospital of tetanus, which developed of a local real estate firm, in whose Have you a little name plate on Sunday. Prompt Shipment

!) from burns on his hands, rocrived place it had been found, turned out your home? Does it prosaically bear Mrs. II. E. Muorvr and little daughter Ask neighbor..-He know I
on Armistice day, from a firecracker to be $5,000 worth of securities sto- merely the street number? How Lynell, returned to their homo Get New your Fall price lilt Before BuyingE.
exploding in his hands. len recently from a Miami depart- would you like to live in a home nam- here Saturday after spending the
ment store. Three weeks ago the ed "Damfino?" This unique appellation past week with relative in Jacksonville O. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,

Key West's big( cipar factories are safe of the store was rifled, $200 in ] is inscribed over the doorway I and attending the state fair. r
BOW humming all the time and mil- cash and the securities were alten. A of one of the prettiest little homes in Mrs. Phillips and daughter, of Virginia

lions of holiday cigars are being tnrriftl week ago, the package was discoveredon Lake Worth. arc visiting her sister, :Mrs. S.
out. Holiday orders, received several -I a chair in the office of the real E. Triest. .
weeks ahead, moan an extra; rush I estate office. The huckleberry, which is making Rev. Jones, of Lake City, tilled his
for the cignrmakers and Key West !I Okalousa county famous through tho regular appointment here at the llup-
will furnish millions of Christmas ; After arresting himself on chargesof profits accruing to certain of her citizens tist church Saturday and Sunday. I IZlde i

and New Year smokes. operating his automobile without' growing. them, U: also creating a I
I lights} Mayor Frank Fortune Pulver good deal of interest in ,Santa Rosa { Cause UI"sp r.turJ tmlucnza

The county seat election of Highlands I, walked into police headquarters at St I IPetersburg' county. Alrcady'a number of local LAXAT1D .f''I) ; :\ .. ::' '..\.Irrt-omr'y. t'calla. I
farmers and fruit have small rnl'II VIly rao 'r' :0111111): IrS
and growers
county resulted in the selection I docketed himself I twchuvl: ... ',,,,,,,,,.rnnbu, .<. :uhail's I
this -
of Sebrinjr, the present county "sept, I plnced his bond at $10, which he paid. Areas planted to wonderful berry I
over Avon Park, its nearest competitor He was tried Tuesday morning. It I Ii D. Faircloth, of Milton has just Ji Medicine --

by a vote of RIP to 777. I I i was the first arrest made in connection closed a contract for 8,000 trees, to Thou who Catar,m, .' i i 'rim rF"\\n" r.II., I n
I with the observance of "acoidunt he I delivered this winter. Hem will Hutu. Hi,.ii I rIanh., holhrgthm. I "
much Him win& u tliov arc In sand ,
Tho Tampn Tribune has closed.. a prevention week" there.G. -- health.mor llils ruIt< r-i''" 'H Unit while Cutivrrh ,
Contract with the Grass Fiber Pulp The finding of the body of an infant In a 1m..1 din, mIt l I" grniitly nndlLioiiMHAIJYS in-. ', r Cure Your Meats the
il l
of fliicnc t>v rue-I!tii in 1
md Paper Company of Iieesburg, for boy, wrapped in garments CATAK1MT I I MPI 'WINK: IH a
feminine attire und enclosed in u4ieap Tonic and) act,. I lirmmh tlu blond upon
a carload of paper made from'its saw Dial, proprietor of the Chero- the mucotiH' nurTut"t'n or tin" lnniy. than
grass pulp to be used! in Cola Company of"Marianna was in- ( imitation leather bag, submerged roOnclntr the In,Un in ma' )'Ion and' rtftftlrttlritfNuturn
printing a ,
whole" editioji, and more on the first stantly killed and his brother perhaps in a small.pond in the vicin- All Drufftflntu in Btorlnw("Ir norimil...*! ImP. 'indltlonH... I Cold I
of February. fatally injured in an auto accident on I ity of Jackson Heights, Tampa, forms .. Cheney Ao... '.r.il.dM' Ohio. Storage Way II ,.

one of the most prominent corners of the clue, for police investigation of a .
I I A'
In Miami one person was killed and:that city.: The two brothers were un- gruesome murder charge. STICAWnmtKY PLANTSIna : ,
nine others more or less seriously injured der the rear of one of their trucks attaching .- io'nulmi 'I'ruKrmalv or I i -
and twenty automobile accidents h' tag when\; a Ford car came Mrs. Carrie E. Robinson, wife of Superb Evwrbi.uritm: t'lanUi I tiwlivuri'tl I
reported to the police Saturday at a terrific speed around the corner Jesse I). Robinson, who was shot in ?,. to time your for dour only At 7.prnpvrpluntinit .. I
and the end of the the back while lying on his bed in an Writ for a copy foutcoliir
and crushed into
Sunday. One man lost his life renr I a" folder. d.. ribinsour mortthutt I
Saturday night when a motorcycle on truck, crushing both men between alleged intoxicated condition Saturday 'y'W 30 variuttii' of plants
N (\ WALT t Kit A HltOH.
ami her daughter, were >
which he was riding collided. with an the radiator of the car and the axle evening, JiiHOMA. AUK.
an to. of the truck killing and horribly mangling in DeLand and appeared before the 0-22-8(L-U-17
I the elder brother and terribly grand jury to relate tho details of the -- Our cold storage plant is open and we

The first quart box of ripe straw- mutilating the younger, who was car- ihootlng.; The grand jury returned JOHN WJiITE&O \ r
berries brought into the Bartow mar- ried to the hoKpital.! an indictment against the man, alleging I ILOUISVILLI will be glad to handle your fresh meats

Vet were sold at auction for the benefit '! attempted criminal assault* ia 1837, KY. ..., .tr.,i;-':':Illber.lauoHmmtend -:;.,,_;t"lobllb,41.

of the Red Cross, and brought $25 I Miss Elsie] Bush, 21, walked into an The daughter confessed to officers of tt'v I .'!i'! //-1"r'I.--> ) I
which is believed to ,be the banner elevator shaft from the ninth floor of shooting her step-father because of <
price for Florida berries thus far this the American National bank buildingat difficulties. she had had with him. saw Furs t : l'

_son. Pensacolo,and fell to hcY death, be
killed. She employed ItOTH -- --
I ing instantly was .
Liquor valued at about $15,000 and as a stenographer and was going 1'0 HE IN INSANE ASYLUMAn f

*n expensive bout were seized and out to lunch, when not noticing that =
four men were taken in custody on the car was off the floor, she is said attendant from the state insane Vkk 11 Florida State FarmJ.
.charges of violating tho liquor ]aw'''to have walked directly to her death. asylum was here yesterday and r 0 i
with Mr.! W.L. Rollins
late ninth left last night ,
Saturday night at Fernandina by The elevator had just passed the
irovernraent floor the elevator youth who will be placed in that institution.it S. HUTCH 1
men. according to Superintendent ;
closed. A will not be a new experience to
and he said the door was Back p
On charge of disorderly conduct by shriek uttered as she fell to her death Rollins, for he has been in an asylum Raiford Fla. 4

(attempting to commit suicide Earl I her last before. I

'in Harmon St. Petersburg, 29, wan municipal fined $10 and costs I cry.Strawberrl s have caused a lot of etic The and story shows of that Rollins dnere! life is is need path-of I R.Mr F.:*D.. "My Mildred 8, Columbia experience Pipkin.Tenn.with. II "-- 'n_ ._ ,__ : __ ___ __ __ ---.- ..t,

laws. Both Rollins a says :'iir
nUrtled everybody on the Fountain of talks in and around Kissimmee, St. stricter marriage all Cardul has covered a number ol -
Youth pier by jumping the railing I few and his wife were inmates of the !
over Cloud and other places the past .1 Nineteen yean ago .
into the bay fully clad. He said in asylum when they first met. They year I /
months. The first quart produced I got down with weak back.
j fce thought that the' water was deep I Kissimmee sold at auction in that, city were discharged and married and wu run-down and so weak and 1m GENERAL INSURANCE :

and that he would be drowned, but Hetfid fqr $8.50 Saturday; have two children one four and the U ervous I had to stay In bed.II I i
not look before he leaped. The other six, years of age. Mrs. Rollins I retd ol HAROLD C. WALLS 1
water was only two feet deep at the A 330 pound bear was killed near was returned to the asylum last Fet-
point where he landed. After floun- Vluacogee In the northwestern part of rurary, and now the father has been TARKE FLORIDA
dering around in the shallow water Bscambia county by a party of four taken to the institution, while the ,
for a time, seemingly endeavoring to I men who started to investigate a dis- helpless children are left with some II CARDUIy I FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE yeft

ret his head under water; he climbed turbance in a pigsty. For some time charitable: people.
back on the pier and was arrested. I pigs and goats have been disappearIng The first time Rollins became insanehe I
He said that he had been unable to and the squeal of a pig aroused imagined that he was dead and I
.t ink and- regretted that he had lighted'' citizens: to activity. This was the ]largest had to ascend to heaven In a pillar of .y The Woman's Tonic hllrcuttwo bit shaven-silk shirt t
: JII shallow water. animal of the. kind ever slain in smoke. As there was no pillar ofsm'oke JO and tent lor it. I took only one jj -low necks-Bolshevists-high rents"
t that: section. at hand ha set fire to his house "p bottle at that time,and it helped I -coal shortage-skirt shortage silk
} An Orange county farmer living and burned it endeavoring to make a me; seemed to strengthen and I The Good Old DaysBuggy whiskers hoHe-tho shimmy-wrist watches-
rides-5c cigars-
..:: near Orlando notified the sheriff's of. District Attorney Cubberly in U. S. pillar of smoke. II build me right up. So that Is real blondestOeshavesbeetlestintypescoraeLt 8 cent l"res-100 suits-cafeteria*-
" Ace that his hogs had returned home court: at Pensacola, announced that The other day he felt that he was how 1 first knew cl Cardul. -f 10 suits-boot*- 6 hour days-$18 shoos Jamaica 1

t .ne night in an Intoxicated condition. !: the government would not further becoming queer and asked some of After that when I began to E:! rides 2c R. ginger-toddy bears-manicures-
An disclosed : his neighbors at the crate mill to care DI- and 'no account', 1 || side saddlenickel car -
.J; 'Investigation that the prosecute the charges against get weak dollar watch- golf-plucked eyebrows-joy riding-. f '
. wine had feasted on ten barrels ofwash senor Catts, stating that ex-gov-I for his children so that he could do 0 sent right for Cardui, and It Kg R. fares-foot dancing kerobcne- ]lamps- tight skirts\ -bridge whist-skyscrappers y
< which the sheriff and his deputies mony in the untried case vas prac- them no injury. lIe became worse and never failed to help me." |JIIf es-town pump- bathing suits -I. W. W.' -divorces.-First

had emptied near the home of the'' tically the same as that which was imagined he had died, was, resurrected I you are weak and suffering Cardul UU|4j| pants-coal patches to burn--2-piece celluloid collars-$1 National] Bank, South Boston Va. ,
I I Jesus Christ.- from womanly ailments
farmer. was now
t adduced in the case tried wherein .
. _
" j I Uatts was acquitted of violating the Rollins had been here about a year may be Just what you need. 22 I, a day hotels natural complexionshomo 0-. ttsttl-. cniu iwnuciin

l!. Not a still but a distillery with a peonage statute under which he Is alleged and worked af the crate factory. ii0 Take Cardui. It has helped a.I UU. I I made bread-mustache starched collars *vitality uu. ..raY. br uurlfyta .n4rlrhlot .

'l.., 1,000 gallon capacity with equipment to have held John Henry RogersIn Plant City Courier. a. thousands, and ought to help large cotton families stockings-long- hand letters] cups- nlaa..;l()he vltuf, blonl._lluil Itll'You....soanafe.la.Strain-it Price Mb /,
t., valued at $5,000, was' the haul made a virtual state of peonage on the you.
.... Outs ll and dealers'. portraits.
the Quinine "Mot Affect f" i.I I At all druggists'' II crayon '
If by Sheriff Boyce, north of St. Angus{t Watts' Walton county farm. The eX- )fcvAitM of It. tnntf end J'",...]... ..11'''''. I:; ..CA> en I The Present DayMoviesjitneysjazz Handsome U as handsome too "1- 1
>r. _e. Two hundred and fifty gallons 'I governor was notified early of the TlV& BRUMO QUININE[ (Tao ..., tan. .b.. .takn'' : B=!;:::: :: : I bandi-COc: I II dom! does..r.4. .
bY aarnss wltnout rmatilat wirvoiMiutM or f alahohe.Q. '
,1 fill shine, eighty-eight barrels of.corn |I I decision of the government prosecutor E.w.cilove.S.blnwr..t; >o'. 20"V ItI: : I

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; :' Bradford County Telegraph mistake and the source of all the evil men engaged in the drink trade, who Wis. is spending a few days here as visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. F. I 'YUM, YUMI-! -

IJ: E !Y--- I that in taking place now. look with apprehension on the grow the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Godwin for several weeks. II.; M. Tallmadge, of the Tl'lpgr."II. ,

t I I "People ask me: 'What do you want ing.popularity of an effort that is certain Thede. Mrs. M. E. Edwards and son, Edward is blessed among printers. This,wm
,I I. \ i ; Published weekly and entered IM to do within a few years to put them Mrs. E. B. Wells and he has had ,
as ? I answer, 'I don't know baby were and Laurie, spent Sunday in two co "l,inn tnt: $ Cl.tnb,1o,

:j ', ;''It becond class/ matter, at the post what I want you to do.' I want you to out" of business.. visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. to him from New x ""rk state, contiui

Ii J t J, office at Starke, Florida. interfere In Europe': /because you left George Ott and] son, Roy, of Jack Briggs.. Ing cakes, candy, fruits and'delectakl

\ it too soon. 'I want to NEW RIVER Ocala, attended the funeral York state mince pies. He ,
===--r = you come luck, of the Mrs. C. F. Gore and son, Rufus, of genera-,

I E. S. !MATTHEWS Editor and Owner make a little new trip to Europe, say late Mrs. Emily D. Sayles Saturday Jacksonville, visited friends in Law I ]ly shared his bounties with his eor

t.. :,\ In'WeIl/! : now, gentlemen! what's New River, Dec. 1.-W. J. Eppersonof morning. Mr.' Ott returned in the fey Monday. rades, and while they are oppreciati

I PUBLISHED) EVERY FRIDAY the matter with you-something !gone business.Starke, motored here Saturday on afternoon, but Mrs. Ott remained ov- Sheriff W. JEpperson'of' Starke, I I and grateful, .till they are luiuui

,, SUBSCRIPTION RATEr wrong! I will give! you some help. er Sunday with friends.W. and look forward with pleasure to Ui
business visitor here 'Vednes-
J Messrs. Claude D. W. was a
"nn I be of use?' Crosby, KellyP. I goodies likely to be sent him
w Year _____ ________________$2.00 ,.._ S. Colson and Mr. Porter motoredto A. Harvey and son, Baldwin, day. Christmas week. duns
I ------- visited relatives hero Mr. Tnllmadga
,. WAR Lake Butler Monday. Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. M. E. Edwards
RA\IN'K! : STAMPS l heavier and taller than
% J. B. Rowe and children a printer h*
Miss Iva Hodges left Saturday for spenta Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs.
right to be but .
a from .
STARE: FLORIDA few days with relatives in Jacksonville the "vittU
"It Starke, where she will be the guest of Catherine Teare attended the burial
Is hoped that sent him it
: that he
who seems
Is the county seat of Bradford county every person last week camo boa
returning Sun-
friends and relatives for few weeks. of Mrs. in Jackson!
do a Emily Sayles.
cnn so will his
exchange War estly by size and means
? i a town of 1500 population; located Savings day. no bar;
Stamps, soon' to fall due for Messrs. Lawrence Wiggins, Free trlle'Saturday. by it.
tic in the best agricultural section of Treasury
man Bryant and, A. W. Brown R. R. Thede and children, Mr. and I .
savings' certificates," said Postmaster were I Andrews Harris, Harold and Myr
I the State. Mrs. W. E. ',
Toroda and children A. M.
N. B. Hull visitors to Clayno Sunday. tie Higginbotham of Maxville were
( of Starke. Tie! ,
Starke Is located has large A TOINIC
Blanchard ,
; and
daughters, and T. J.
Mrs. i i
Mary Thomas is the of
amount of invested guest visitors here Sunday t ,
wide ;laved streets lined with trees; money and the Terry those that drove's Tasteless chlM Tonic ,
were went to
Tier daughter Mrs. C. Wynn among : ee.
at The \
great number of who Sampson death of Mrs. Emily D. Saylea,
excellent light water and persons put the state fair Energy and Vitality
r'j; sewerage chased war this week. % in Jacksonville' lust 78 years of age, occurred at her homeat by Purifying
stamps showed'
systems, well constructed building week. Enriching the Blood. When
j ; feel
i Eugene Turner of Starke I you
that the people of this f was a 8 o'clock Thursday night. While -
grade and high school second to none; country could visitor here Mrs. William Thede returned Sun- strengthening.! Invigorating effect see I't<
It save Sunday afternoon. her death was not unexpected, as she
P five churches, broom factory, nationally money the necessity arose. Mr. and 'I l day from St. Peter, Minn., where she it brings color to the cheeks and u
Mrs. Mallory Thomas and I
Now If they will take the I had been in ill health for over a year, '
( known mineral spring and the best saved when they bought money they children, of Starke, motored here on I has been for the past two years visit. it came as a shock to the entire courtmunity. it improves the appetite, you'Jltjr I /'
,! stores in the country. Two railroads stamps to aid Ing relatives. She will spend the appreciate Its true tonic value.
the government in the Thursday and were the guest of his She was one of Lawtey's pioneer -
supply excellent transportation facil- the and prosecution of I sisters, Mrs. W. M. Hodges and Mrs., winter at the home of her son, R. R. citizens, having come here from Gro"o's Tasteless chill Tonic is aim,
ities. It is one of the largest strawberry war buy Treasury saving! H. O. Rivers. Thede. i Iron and: Quinino suspended in syrup
i N( certificates! ', they will demonstrate tha the north over 40 years ago,: with her pleasant even children like it. The I bl 1
raising sections in the South. Dr. G. W. Brown
visitor I
thrift lessons'! of the war have not j C. A. Johns went to Lake Butler was a to husband, the late L, W. Sayles, who needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON)
Green Cove Springs the first of the .
I I been without effect. The holders of Monday on business. preceded her to the great beyond sev- 1 I' Enrk it..Destroys Malarial germs c'

Out for governor is Frank Clark I war savings stamps' have seen' investments P. S. Colson, of El Paso, Texas, i is week. eral years ago. She was a charter : Grip germs by its Strengthening Invign
the guest of D. W. Kelly this week Baldwin] Marr, of Highland, is the I sung: Effect Wte.)
Ye voters of Florida, hark! of about $20.50 prow to $25 in member of the old village improvement I
five Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns and children guest of relatives here for. a few which is the Law: ,
But how obout Catts- years'!, and larger amounts in the society, now ,

He'll be in !it? Oh, rats! same proportion. They can see the of Starke, motored here Sun days. I tey Wqman's Club, and was an active

i To beat him will be Frank's lark! same thing repeated if they reinvestin day and were the guests of Mrs. W. Beulah Sapp, of Starke, spent the member up to the time of her illness.

J Treasury savings certificates.! Interest I M. TTodges. week-end here at the home of Mr and She will be greatly missed in this, Nose stopped ?
t U. D. Johns and Mr. Harrell of Sam Mathis.
A writer in the Times-Union gives accumulates at the rate of ,1 Julius j community, as everyone was her
visited of Orlando
Pine Hill, lends here Sunday spent MENTHOLATUM.quickly
friend and she friend to
directions to hunters what to do in per cent each year, compounded quar afternoon. Sunday and Monday with his family. was a everyone J
t seven of the most common cases of terly. These savings certificates are Rev. E.'D. clears it.
Boyer filled his
Those who appointment .
attended the I ]
injury likely to happen in the woods: exempt from the normal] Federal Income cane grindfir' i Mrs. Sayles was a member of tho
I at the .
Inglis Baptist church
;: Friday night at the home of W. on
Had it been written before Volstead tax, and from all 'state and local Saturday and Sunday *4 i Presbyterian church, having joined s

v, ( had been heard of, tbere would. have taxation (except estate and inheritance M. Turner were, Messrs. Everett I ( when quite young, but there not being ,

I been eight likely accidents mentioned taxes), and may be held to Renfroe, Donald, Grafton and Clarence ,- I.a Presbyterian church here she affiliated ]-|
t Sunday.Rev. Cold. In
To Cure One
Adlcins, Henry Turner, Reddish a Day
the with Grace Methodist church
enake bite being one of them. amunt of $5,000, maturity value, Misses C. J. Hammitt preached his Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE(Tnhlot
Rosa Johns. '
for each Iq nus... bv "vp!" m mh .. ;.., n I and was a faithful attendant and a //luqe the worn of
I family. They ; : Rivers, Alphie, rna au"d Rosa I Hodges, last sermons at Grace church Sundayand tireless worker until a few weeks ago. 'old. E fJuo": 'lI,8: : co cacti her
An item from Taraves says that are backed by the credit I Maude at the Saxton Methodist church I|
Irma Andrews
i of'the United States Avy The funeral service was held at the
e 'ti the name of that place has been spelled government, Renfroe, Minnie Hodges. !; to large congregations at each ser I
and afford home Saturday morning Funeral Director -
sixty different ways, and gives a an easy and sure method of i _______________________ l lLAWTEY !I vice. Mr. and Mrs. Hammitt left for ,
DeWitt C. Jones of Starke In
saving. ,
list of the spellings. Now comes the i I their new charge at Kinsey, Ala., on
Lake Butler Times and spells it Ta- During the war the government offered ]I Tuesday. charge, and interment was in the J

t' varez, which is the sixty-first. Yet war savings; stamps, paying 4 Lawtey DeePl. Mrs. Roberts '': Mr. and Mrs. Green B. Teston and family lot in West Evergreen cemetery \
r' cent Roy at Jacksonville. Rev. C. J. Ham
l per as a method of for
the Times' saving
way of spelling Is the correct returned to her home in Palm Beach children, of Jacksonville, spent the
people of small' mitt officiated at the horne/and ceme
j,; r one, as that'a the way the founders I means. Since the war Saturday, after spending several first part of the week with .relatives :
and to take
the place of
of the town had war savings
it. here. tery.Active
I stamps, the government offered treRSI weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs pallbearers were W. F. God- I eWe

I ury savings certificates in denominations W. II. Biggs. Mrs. Biggs accompanied Jesse Reddish Is improving, after a win, A. M. Blanchard. E. Torode/i
serious illness for
THE ERSTWHILE "TWER" her as far'as Jacksonville. three weeks. E. B. Wells R. R. Thede B. L. Blanchard ]
of $25, $100 I () and $1,000, now -
Mrs. A. C_ Talley left Monday for '
Mrs. J. T. Moore
I the
sold to represented honorary J. H. Moore A.
Investors at $20.50, $R2 and ; A.I I
+ Clemenceau, who while in power in j' $820, respectively. They pay 4 per Lawtey Woman's\ Club at the federation Miami, where she will spend a1 few Smith, L. 11. Hill, T. J. Terry, Drs. !
r .r France earned the i meeting in Green Cove Springs months with her son. She has been I
soubriquet of the i cent if held until maturity, five years I G. W. Brown and E. L. Biggs
( Our
Own Lenses
"tiger," on account of his stubborn (, last week. Cjrind
from the date of issue. About $62:;,- Cures :Malaria] Chills Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter -
and relentless demands from the defeated 000,000 of War Savings Stumps series I J. B. Rowe was transacting bus I.I Ada Marie of Mobile, Ala, are NODELAYCJainesVille

i'' :l Germans, has degenerated into of 1918!!, become due January 1, I ness in Macclenny\ Friday. 666 end Fever, Dengue or spending a few days here with her

a garrulous old 1 man, possessed of 11923, and the government now offersto I Mrs. W. H. Thede, of Superior, Bilious) Fejcr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Moore Florid

but o.w idea, that of sCueezlnorepa-' issue treasury, savings certificatesin .

rations out of the Germans. Hip eternal I exchange for them, affording the I --=- - - ..:-. ...:.... ..:..... -.: -
+ Jabber tibout the .
Germans failingto .
to /
owners continue -
an opportunity -
a - - - - - - -
pay the indemnities they were safe investment with good interest. I '
N charged with, and accusations/ against
kS Savings; has furnished the life blood
F that country: of sinister designs ,
for many nations, and insures prosperity ,,
against France, keeps his !in ".
country '
to the people. The governmentis '
,lj ,>, "
a stir, instead of accepting the Inev .
doing everything possible to encourage '
itable, as spunky little' Belgium does. saving in the United States ; I

France may as well give up the idea by offering sound and attractive securities YOU NEED .

i of retting full reparations from Germany I for the .investment of small _' ,.... .. .
i & for any one) who follows the \1 l1 )
BU'.IS. If you want to save, and In. %{ I X. ,
events in Europe can see that Germany tsars
future, it would to ) -
your pay you
4 is unable to pay, even if she I I! investigate Uncle Sam's savings' sys
wanted to-which she surely does not tem. .tu Christmas.Money !

So far they have always found excuse I. -

is (>s for shirking their liabilities and OUR ANTAGONISTS] OVERSEAS ( .

they will continue to find them. WHO, ARE THEY? ,j. ''V 1I' '
Now the ex-tiger la in this country, I : ?]W '

inflicting tiresome tirades upon the The pro-liquor press: :; 'of this, country j I | i ;%) Here's The Way To Get It

audiences who listen to him out of describes picturesquely the ill-feeling | ; :f1 : .

Crudity., It Is about France's mar. > .. .
United ,
i'' | and even enmity that the | .. .r.\ "' ./1': -'
Y tyrdom and the of '
apathy the :.r' ,
,l States is incurring among overseas -| ... -
b' r in not Jumping out of their shirts to ''I nations by the ruling that would '( ..:::i: .v We Cordially Invite You to Join Our I
go back over there and force the Ger. I
ships from bringing,
l prevent foreign : t I
mans to Ha tries to trick I'
pay. our
alcoholic beverages to our shores.
k' public conscience into pangs, by as quite ignore the fact that t
i ?c setting that it was Woodrow Wilson's I II Christmas Club
there are in foreign countries largo; Saving
1 l'/ ; fault that the reparation business ever 'I companies of people who are friendly I ,
came to "Had France known
F toward our prohibition law and eagerto
I that no reparations would be paid after :!I .
r b see it succeed in full measure,and I
: three years of waiting, instead of COMMENCING DECEMBER llth
,, that not a few among them are influential
signing the peace pact she would have I
and hold government positions.
gone on to Berlin." Brave word. also Offers an exceptional opportunity for you to accumulate a fund for Christmas or other uses.
The fails to take
I pro-liquor press
a j I ,
forsooth-but not true. .
into account the growing sentimentfor
1 f2 Although he claims he did not come 'I, IT'S FREE! NO FEES! NO FINES! NOTHING TO LOSE !
and sympathy with, the dry ]utq, I I'I II
t here for any purpose except a friend-I(j I ,
'' women of these nations, moth-
ly call, he loses no opportunity to impress among
| ers most of them, and voters with
upon his audience America's"duty"
in the political world. Here's The Plan .
1. 4 J in joining England and France : ,
,thaf referendum in
Recall recent "
1-$ in a stand against whatever unfavorable I I j I
:i 'Sweden, which resulted in an approximately .
events take place I
may In'Europe?
,, that can hurt France. But "a burnt I I fifty-fifty vote on about, national Come and tell us what class you want to join ,([you may join as many classes as you wish) and pay the first week's

/ 1 child into shuns the tire affairs," and the little 1':i:: half prohibition of the, voters showing were that in favor of one-a I amount. We will give you a patented deposit bank card and full instructions. Then each week pay in the proper sum ,
dip European nation
dry law. Consider the strong movement I for the required number of weeks and GET ALL YOUR :MONEY BACK, just before Christmas.
si.e had was so costly and rewarded with .
,. BO little thanks, that it will require' against,: the liquor traffic sup.- Our Christmas Savings Club SYSTEMATIZES YOUR SA VING It's: a ,c -operative'plan.. "In union there is

'A better arguments that any M. Clem- ported by the Anglican and Non-Con. I strength." "Many hands make light work." So with this club.I' You get the benefit, of a great organization enjoying all

;; enceau has far presented. to formist churches of England, th lead. '
BO cause !> t the advantages of the mqst approved banking system.
y 4 us to fall for them. ,I ers of which are ]looking to the demonstration -

While our abhorrence of German I i in the United States to I SEE HOW YOUR SAVINGS ,GROW .

r i militarism is as great as ever, we 1 help them in their campaign. Brlrttf I .

again point out that France has ever I,, to mind that Scotland has already entered t tI CLASS 10-Members paying lOc each week for ;50 weeks, receive -_________------------_'.----:'.--------$ 5.00

had her full share in making Europe I I I I the campaign for national prohibition I CLASS 23: Members\ paying 23c; each week for 50'weeks, receive ..___-______________.'-____________...____$ 12.50;

t .1 an armed camp. Historically pcllie. |I i which will hoi end until, it CLASS 50-Members paying 50c each week for 50 weeks, receive .-____________';'_____:__________________$ 25.00
ing; I I i outlaws' the drink traffic. Forget not
it was! not long since Napoleon that Switzerland d is to' vote in : | CLASS 100-Members paying $1.00 each week for 50 weeks, receive ______________________-_________-___$ 50.00
tried to get ownership of Europe first 1,92:1'[
and the whole world later. Then it i j'Ion the submission of'a constitutionalamendment | | CLASS 200--;Members paying $2.00 each week for 50 weeks, receive -:._.----__________________-1:________100.00'

was "France over all;" and his spirit ;i: giving,: right of local 01'-1} If for any reason you should not keep up your payments YOU WILL GET BACK EVERY CENT PAID IN. You

''I is still alive In France. In Europe I 1 tion on sale of distilleif spirits; that ,, I II may pay in advance if you wish. JOIN THIS CLUB YOURSELF. Get your family and friends to join also. tOME

) every nation In against every other j I the prohibition of alcoholic liquors U: TO THE BANK AND LET US EXPLAIN ANYTHING YOU WISH TO KN.OVV. This i isthe, BEST way. Get the saving -

nation. Any American interference a live question in Germany. that the I : habit-it's tOOD! ONE. .

would bring,: about no good there, so i>president of Austria has ,declared in
we may as well let them fight their public, "I have been a total abstainer ,; -

own battles. j 1 for years, and have always been a I| .- ,

The ex-premier of France blames i! friend and. supporter of the prohibition .

.:' the United States for the alleged mis- !1 movement;" and that president { BANK OF STARKE

ery of France. Below (a a sample, of i l Masaryk, head of the Czecho-Slovaki, ". _

his rhapsodies: I I republic, is an avowed: prohibitonist.: I ,, ... -- .. "
t"I "It was a great mistake* to leave I There U antagonism to the antl-at-, :' :. I
without any proposal for an adjust. [cohol I movement in' Europe but it Ian tf. "

ment of matters. It was! the greatest antagonism emanating from the '! ::


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----- II I of Andreu Mr. and and Mrs.daughter W. M.Mrs.Andreu.O. C. Scarborough C. M.-1 WHAT FUN IT IS TO THE-PUBLIC r ASPIRIN 'rot

Local. left immediately; for Jacksonville The |
undersigned is again in charge .
Bits of J 1 to attend the funeral.Mr. I TO BE HUNGRY! or the Variety Meat Market! on Call "
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks passed street. j 1
I promise good( service and
-1n't be well and he Say "Bayer" and Insist! ,
: I through here Saturday. X/Otr Y t \irtj unless ask meat buyers to call on me a' d be : t
are ly -
fJ Coy Edwards and N. G. Hayes you propel
were umviniK'd that '
1 can't be strong unless your market is all I I I
I in LaCrosse S turday.I ,
J appetite is good. 'llIil1for it-tho best in town .
r t ate..Y.d For a keen apprtite, good digestion, Tho meats'sold here from
tM1.t/.ae ,.. ..... C.. : I FIVE MILE rich red blood and the "punch" und"pep" animals are selected : /A i id
from thosewho
that Roes with perfect health.!
lou need Glides I'epto-ManKan. fattening/\ cattle and hogs their j jI
.. ---4, L ..... __. J I i )Five Mile, Dec. I.-J. S. Howard, :TaKe (;aide's for a short tune anti hU8ine s. Everything that Is demanded !
i 1 of Dukes, has purchased the farm of note the but difference in the way yoU of I
meat market
Shoes very cheap' "it Stump's. Every day is bargain day at ''T. Murphy. Mr. Murphy and family look cat and feel. hi'( Starka will
I kept and sold at the lowest
Stump's. (uKfiM\ has it-liquid or tablets prices.
Lorenzo D. Green spent Friday in will leave soon for South Florida, ,as YOU prefer.Gudc'v. Our market complies with nil the xnnilary af 1 tl
Misses Mae Duke of Raiford Misses I
Jacksonville attending the state fair. conditions and purchases!! delivered -
j N. B. Hull has been busy this> week Mae Johnson and Norm Dokle, of j promptly. Give
I. mo n call and
filling a Jacksonville order for live Lake Butler, spent the week-end here be convinced. HQu,,
Christmas I'
Get goods at
your geese. So far he has> shipped 50. If with relatives. Pepto-anga
1 ROYAL, D. GEOl'.GK i
Stump's. \ I
I the order is repeated, for' Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Osgood: Green, of the II i &
I I there will not-be: enough geese left in Pine Hill section while visiting relatives Tonic and Blood EllriclwrI \ '!
Mr. and Mrs./"V. S. Young, of Lake I this section for feather bed. Mile i and Minis. I nl 'i 1 wo the name "Ilnyor" m {
a here Friday victims of
were a
several here -- --- -- 'I I'tokt' > i mi Inhlrte( mo rid t .
City, spent days this -- Mrs Percival Saywanl | : you galling
and Mrs.
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runaway. Mr. Green had just step* HIGHLAND l > giMiniu' Itujrtr plxxliKt prOfutnlMil j
Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter spent pod' from the buggy and was thrown Ashley, of Boston, MASS., arrived on I U\ pliyitiiii: user twentyiwe S
Friday to spend the winter with in\\,1 I > '(1v'MI.MILfo l lly million. hiColild S
jmir i .
last week in Jacksonville and down, the rear wheel painfully bruis-
were Highland, Dec. 1.-G. H. Barker
Mrs. T. C. Morris and children 11. '
returned Hudson and! '
Monday after a visit with rel- entertained by :Mrs. Sternburg and ing him about the neck. The horse left Friday for South Jacksonville! fora family 11.// 'I'eolhauhe, Hrailaotm l.urntmgo .
daughter, Mrs. Barbour. They visit- ran about 300 yards before Mrs. visit .
atives in Jacksonville. ; with his sister. Mrs. E. S. ('ar.I I Ion: rlu'''" KliiMiinittiam
ed the fair and Vent sightseeing/ in dreen was thrown from the buggy, penter. In Miami one person was killed! and Neuralgia. 1'.,in. Tain

Rev. J. B. Roney of Jacksonville and around Jacksonville.The sustaining a dislocated Arm and frac- 'I Among the visitors to the fair in nine others more or less seriously injured Accept "Haver Tul"li- of Aspirin"only. ,

spent Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. HI. tured shoulder. Mrs. Green was taken I Jacksonville last week were, Mrs. II. and twenty automobile accidents Each unbroken |paekage' / euutatnsprofmr ..
L. Smith: members of the Telegraph force by auto to Lake Butler for medical ( C tWimberly, Misses Maggie Crews, reported to the polico Saturday ilirtctionR llttmly boxes or. :fI

thank Mrs. G. C. Cady tor a generous treatment and later to her home. I Beth Wimberly, Ethel Ricks, Winifred and( Sunday. One man lost his life twi-ho., IIHO tntilolH sell cost|1..t.U.( few of ci-nfH;21: and pram IDO.Kpirin i igi.ha

Ladies' Hats at half price atStump's gift of her excellent doughnuts. These Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Plkrrlsh were Wimberly, Mr and Mrs W. G Crews Saturday night when a motorcycle on .\ Hn too trade nark of n'r'IIIufll.tllro .!
store. toothsome dainties are for sale at i called to the bedside of their daughter I and J. L. Johnson. which he was riding collided! with an! !\( of :MtmuuuetioucidmUT <4 j" .

Darby's store. On "n"er table SundayMrs. I r Mrs. Claude Renfroe, Thursday I Mrs. J. O. :McCormick and children auto. :Siiliiylioitdil.redit : .'

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blakely of Wal Cady had strawberry shortcake, We are pleased to-report Mrs. Renfroe's i left Sunday for Manning for a viiit! ,
unusual here condition greatly improved. with relatives. Mrs. lIcCor111kkVus .
at this
do, !spent! Thanksgiving with her something very ---- --- -- 1"'
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Mrs. Linnie Parrish called to I
was the of her father F. --
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. !season! guest M. Crews, ,
t t 'I the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Os- while here, and will return for a.short i '

Col. Floyd Green spent Tuesday in 'I i The W. T. Week good Green. She reports Mrs. Green visit before returning to her home nt' r t
Palatka on business before Judge A.I I r will hold their December meeting on I a8 resting quietly but much shaken I Wildwood.J. :.
up after her deplorable accident O. McCormick of Wildwood l
V Long.Uins I Ine I Wednesday afternoon at three' was '
Ii!, o'clock, at the home of W. F. Godwin! II. S. Miller. and Denzil Thomas, of I a visitor here Sunday. haracter \

B. Cady, of Jacksonville, spent i I lof Lawtey. Mrs. J. II. Carrodine and<< Miller, were hero on business Saturday : J. L. Johnson visited relatives in I ,f"" ,

Thanksgiving at the home of her'I! Mrs. W. F. Godw+in, hostesses.. .Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. '
brother, G. C. Cady. Roland Thomas was the guest of II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel onfidence i
WOMAN'S: CLUB BAZAARThe his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Matt, Saturday Ricks were business visitors to

Louis, II. Hill, one of Lawtey's principal Jacksonville Monday. ;' 1 1I
business men, was in town Wed club women of Staike under the Mrs B. L. Dnke, Miss tattle Dukes Mrs. Wimberly and daughter, Win- I 1
nesday. direction of the chairman of finance, Mrs John Todd and daughter, Inez, ifred and Max Wimberlj: motored to '

Mrs, L. A. Davis, and her mib-chiir- were shopping in Dukes Thursday SUirku Tuesday. I' r' .
: I There may come a time in life-for it comes! to ,: : ,
Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, Miss your
mcnXMrs. W. E. Fred Moore and Reddish of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Young, of Lake A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Bryant ,
all of
us sooner or later-when .the endorsement:; orrecommendation _
I Marshall Proctor of Lake Butler .
city; spent, several days here this Middleton, Mrs. E. E. Canova and I were Lawtey, were visitors here Sunday. .I
of a good bank will relt.:
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle .
week Mrs. G. M. Inman, purpose to hold a j i :Miss Ollie Marr returned %umlnv '
deal to .
-- bazaar of fancy work, cakes and pies ,) Thursday.L. from,II visit with relative at TitusrENTAYORD- I you.Confidence

Mrs. T. C. Morris and children returned on Friday, Dec. 8th, at the Woman's I I G. Johnson and M. P. Dekle were

Monday after a visit with relatives Club House. The sale will open at 2 i business visitors to Lake Dueler on ; and credit once established:; :; constitute an .

in Jacksonville. o'clock p. m. At 6 o'clock u chicken Monday.Mrs. incalculable asset.A :; .
i pilau dinner will besserve l to the pub-) P. P. Dekle and son, Marcus> %/ .

Miss Amelia Ray'has been ill with lie. Everyone is urged to come! and were visitors' to Worthington Tuesday! bank account glvet4! in S
I I : you prestige the businessworld !
dengue fever this week, at her homen buy in the afternoon and be sure to of last week. that obtain
you can in no other manner.
Nqrth Walnut street. bring, your family to clinnur in theevening. Jack Front was out Monday dressedin \\

I his winter overcoat. I

W J. Epperson and daughter, Miss -.. --- J If you possess character and credit this: gives you '

Iris, left Wednesday for Tallahassee, BAPTIST CHURCH nULLETIN'DespJtc I Men do not lack strength-they lack WANTED-Colored men or womento the confidence of the people and naturally prestige, I l

where they will spend a few days with courage sell guaranteed hair softener anti and there is little else you need to make you f successful ;I 1

friends. the cold weather last Sun straightener to colored people. Soils in this old( world of ours. j ,
day, the Bible school was up almost ''
on sight.i Experience
'i'JfpUkBRII !m.Q6iS 'Wt+7IItfe
Special term of the clrruit court to top notch.. The little 'ones were COFFINS & CASKETS $50.00; a week for full unneressl1ry./ This! bank invites you to confer with its officials relative I ,
will to several not out in such numbers as usual, yet /
convene Monday try
j an hour !spare! time. to the facilities it offers in the transaction of !
criminal cases left over from the reg- it was a pleasant surprise to gather And a Full Line of, Co., 6037 Woodlawn ., : .all kinds! of financial business. Our business is to help ;
ular fall term session with the' crowd that is almost filling UndTt ahrm Suppliei
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others" succeed. !May we not help you? I
the church as well as school room.The II
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Mrs. Fred Chase returned Friday airship contest is still on, with the AUTOMOBILE HEARSE FOR RENT-Two furnished room

from Wellsdale\ where she'has been leading ship near Bombay, India Always on hand. The best rrtM for light housekeeping Apply Mrs We are just plain every-day people, human in every I y

with her father, Joe Thomas, who ias School meets at I 9:45) a. m., and. a wel. .t the lowmt prlcen.. Spartan A. M. Pettlt Starka. ll-2l-2t respect representing a good strong' financial instiituion uaS

been quite ill.ChiJdren'.s. come awaits all. attention tq telegraph or- and will gladly talk over any businens problems with: .
... % Klst.red Embalmer. STRAYED have one stray gilt at I
Divine worship at 11:00: when the a view of giving any assistance: : your case may merit.
School Shoes that pastor will have for his sermon topic my place, marked unknown.! Owner

wear at Stump's. '. "Going Back to Go On." A very in- DeWITT C. JONES please apply to O. C. Cuson, Sturke I I II

te..fstln-r happening in the hf of out; //.ii STARKE FLA i Fla. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

Judge! R. A. Green spent Wednes I Lord suRiiesiS this topic, and the study FOR SALE-My farm of 20 acres It-I

day in Ocala attending the Marion of it is full of meal, not milk. cluding. good dwelling, K' T. KITCII. W. 'r. WKKKS J. H. RITCII, I
county fair and shaking hands with | Com 5 and share in the meal. and I
strawberry patch, situated I President. Vice President Cashier.
friends. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m., followed near ,school house in ;

<'by the evening service at 7:30.: A I .. _. t
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A frost Monday morning I' splendid congregation listened with : -- -.n' __ __ -_ -- -. -- .-
slight '
: I and one mule, hogs and fine flock ,
made our farmers hump themselves i Interest to the discussion.last Sunday 1886't of chickens. Price $1900 on (conven -'
cutting cane digging potatoes and night: on what the American Bar As-
(I ient' terms. M. F. Provins, Starke.. :
killing hogs. sociation has to Wy.; on I law enforcement 11-21-21 1 J

I and crime in America. The service : 1
Mrs. M. L. Johns will spend Thanks was considered by some to be one
WANTED We reliable
giving in Jacksonville with her I of the most profitable ever held in the to represent/ us in the sale of inonut MOTHER! MOVECHILD'S

daughters, Mrs, Clyde Alvarez and church. We are pleased with these ments and headstones in Staike and, I
Mrs. Jas. Warren. I i comments, for this is what the church surrounding' section. Permanent ,' .
" 1 I exists for in the community. and work. Write I
profitable nt once '
Mrs. Nelle\ Hughes will be the ,, eon next Sunday evening Dr. Bullen for agency. Atlas! Marble Company, : BOWELS"California r '

guest of Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson of Lake j will answer the question: "Who Can Ball Ground, Gn. 12.1.4t I ( :
Wales during 'the Thanksgiving holi- | Forgive the Wrong-Doer?" The I II J JChild's

day f number of 'young people who attend STARKEA. SEEDS- -1923 catalog' If not already ,

[ services Js encouraging: : to a pas- on our list send name and address !!

Owing to the illness of the .Telegraph fthe, As well "as to the older members for your copy. This hook will contain Fig Syrup" is .

I social reporter there is a shortage ( church; and we seek to make the %'ajuable Information for both

of social news in this issue which j' services helpful to all ages. Bring the beginner and expert. Send Best Laxative ;
wehope our readers will excuse. I the children with you. name promptly. Kilgore Seed Co., ti

J. MILLERContractor Plant City, Fla. 12-l-5t, -- -
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f EJ>T. Walter who owns the fomerJ j BRADFORD FOR SALE OR F.XCJlANG1I"or" Hurry, mother! Even: a cross sick bad' remember a good cleansing of ,

Reinoehl place at the southeast, corner real estate in or out of town/ a good : child loves the "fruity" taste of "Cal the little bowels is often all that U: Ij Inec'l'lIlIury.
I J of town, has lately had his residence I Bradford Dec 1.-Cool weather is and Builder '
l 90 horse Hudson Automobile. See S,
B remodeled and pairfted. lie also has here. and farmers are getting ready W. E. Daugherty. It hernia Fig" Syrup" and It never failsto Ask your druggist for genuine "Cnl-. :zJ;

a fine. patch of strawberries: to kill hogs and grind cane. Cement Sidewalks open the boweln. A teaspoonful ifurnia Fig Syrup" which has directions ; '''il

, % Hi i i I Miss Ollie Hague, of Heilbronn Chimneys Mantels FOR' SALE-Nice young peach tr.eH,1 today may prevent a sick child tomorrow for babies and children of all "

Dr. Austin Carey, of Washington Springs, spent the week-end with December delivery, 25c each. C. C'I If constipated, bilious. fev bites printed on bottle. Mother! Yon

. D. C., government forestry expert'is.in homefolks. ALL KINDS QF Cowart, Route 1, )Box 0.;!, Lawtey, erish, fretful, has cold, colic, or if must say "California" or you may get "
. $takke. Dr. Carey owns large I( Mrs. C. M. Andreu returned" from I I
. coated breath imitation fig
its stomach is sour, tongue an syrup. "t
tracts of timber lands west of highland 'Jacksonville where she has been vlsiting BRICK WORK .

and is here to note the progress '! : her son, W M. Andreu. --- ---- ,,,.._- -- .-1'-- ------- --_- ,

: of his forests. i I Roy F worth, of Jacksonville, was -
; 'I'I in our community Friday while en.' At Live and Let Live

1 Frank !tollingllw rth's new s'hoe' route to Worthington. "
t shop building is well under way. It 1 1l Mr and Mrs. S. C. Andreu and baby Prices. See*. me at Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center-= ..

Is being built of yellow brick add will Juanita, spent the week-end 'with the f

have a concrete floor. A.. J. Miller latter's parents Mr. and Mrs.. C. M. Starke Florida
I Shop Our Mail Order
contractor, is doing the brick work in Dennison of Midway. ,. Through Department.

1 a manner that shows he is an expert Mr. and Mrs.! M. D. Harrell and To '
a Cough Quick
t. at his calling. baby, Mrs. W. M. Harrell spent' the 'ptC
;;. fv f'"week-end at Hawthorne visiting Mr. cough medicine wbicb HEALING stops the UONCY.f coughtby a

The unlucky fire hydrant at the Wilkinson. healing too Inflamed and irritated iinsu *. uof
.- Bradford County Bank corner was Word viaa received here Sunday A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE!: i ty

run into Sunday night again. As al' night of the death of the infant son SALVE: for' Chest Cold. Head Colds and .7@rlICL' / 4
Croup Is encJixwd with
bottle 61
r bumping post it Is a complete failure; AYES' HEALING HONEY. The
. and it leans three sheets; into the wind Habitual constipation Cured houki be rubbed on the chest and throat salve GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

; It may have suffered internal injuries, ? In 14 to JI Days of children: suffering from-a Old or Croup .
! 1 1S -LAX-rOS WITH PEPSIN": U a tr wcfsu\ rpreparedSyrupTontcLaxe' Th "tinlln*effect of H *
i which will be ascertained"when 1 r. TM Ibalhu Homy In S
; velorUate! \tu..' ll*!lh.Ihrw oornWnnd wHtt tha he.Tna H et of Stock of Ladies' Goods and
Will Stringfellow makes his diagnose i I Constipation. It relieves promptly: but the Grove'skia.oea.rop. O-Pra.rau_8.hra" through tile pore. of Largest Ready-to-wear, Dry

;' is. The city shoulderect an act,. ; should be taken tff.ularly for 14 to 21 days Both remndlei. ar a. pactod ....
tams the
l mobile-tight fence around the fc1: 1i I to induce regular rtiuq. .It Stimulate! *and) cot of the combined unument U iea(IioJllllt Notions in Central Florida. .
Regulates. Very Fieaaosn toTafcj* 60c \ ask
i drant. t. ,
; per bottle. HEALING HONf:Y.

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.I f; provide the condition which are nec- home. A farmer will pay a hundred ORDER FOR PUBLICATION i
n ; In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. WELL
: foot dollars for u riding plow but will
I estiary for these grasses to get a Ilradford County Florida In Chancery.!
,, / 1' ... ... ..... ............................. Ill II to Itomovo Cloud Uulft Tltla and Other
!r\ I >-.-............................. -.1 hold. Select low, damp areas and leave his wife to scrub clothes with Rclkf.G. --.' -

( 'i clean out tho undergrowth leaving her hands when much less money than M. Inman. Health Is Worth Saving, ana Some

only enough trees to provide shade his riding plow would buy her a ma- Complainant ,
With The Bradford / VI Starke Psiplo Know How to
IIItt r ;. ( for the stock and keep weeds and( tree hine: to do the washing and thus takea Florida I,: Railroad )'Mrut '
\ lx>ralli>n, jam,,. Vicki, Save It.
.. sprouts mowed down, and the grass! heavy load off her shoulders. Mitrhi'll, Jam D. Jonco. AnnluH.
I II J. Harrbinn C. F. Pace Mat Muu)' Stiirlti: p'sopl-J. lake I tlu.r
"No wonder find homes
Farmers will do the rest. we so many Myor. anil Unknown Pomona, ilvea In tll('il- hit lids by 'neal)'
ling I ii.
III I County "Winter months is the time to do reflecting! lack of order and beauty, Defendant !,
I To All Whom It May Concern Gn..Llnlll kidneys w'icii Ili6y know Ih'" ui
I -3 this work. Little time and effort will when the housewife is compelled; to It appearing' by the .worn bill of complaint guns nrril" hop.Veik kilt< < s .1,
: L ..... .. ......... In tho above cause th.t there are
; ...... .... ;,. --- he necessary, and winter is usually a spend. her energy in scrubbing washing known. named pontona believed. to be interUetted rcBiionnihlo' ] lor u AiHt amount .'i t .1 i iferiuff
1tr'4. and and cooking. Give her less laborious in the therein duacribed. who..
) Time -
/ ( \ ; lk time on the farm. place of rcaiJrneo, property ia unknown and complain I and 111 11"ulthtl" \(' hl'tili-' ,,
effort spent in this way will be well work to do and she will find ant allvwa therein that ho d...,. not know. delay is dnngorou.t. Use I 1)) mi s Kin

<>!I' flEE from the native flowers. Thin being "pent.lj more time to attend to the finer and after dilluent Imiulry baa not been able ncy Pills-n :einedy Hint h.is helpvithouannJs
lt UNKlUK METHOD.; to ascertain IC any of tho known named pur-
I CULTURE IN WEST" FLORIDA completed they are returned to thu things of the homo, Miss Webster bOa or corporations bulieved to be IntercHted I of kidney sufTtMnin.: i Il litI, ,if.
l : belt in December. They existin to out. (in laid property ia exiHtence.. or ia deador !I Is a Stp.rUo citizen's: rpconnm'Mcl.i.
j tupelo goes on point .
t BOM WEEVIL; NOT BECOMING alive and that there are other pertona be.liuvvd ,
a sl1)i.dortnant'state until early From her further discussion of this to .... In..r..ted In eelS property other tlon:
In the fertile territory of West LESS )DESTRUCTIVE hut" the known named defendant, ,. and the I Mta. M. I.pvlton.!: Cherry :-l.; snvs
'spring.: all-important subject the following and residence of alien
the southern extremities home persons are unknown -
1r Horicla bordorinir to the complainant and In said bill "I had in attack of lnm hii.lv;: .i h "
The method of robbing the bees of have been gleaned
: statements
: of the famous Chtttta'iooch- "The boll weevil has not become less : rvlic'f la prayud anuln( such known named, was very nnnnyinn win-it I :n't"u ''I"I
their of Is A home should not be to ..n"l unknown .
( precious supply honey very a place persons.TIlKUUrOKK.
Or I 111' J "':, II "I'll,{ "Id, | '
:\ tupelo honey industry the sweetest simple because they are of a pnrtlcuI / nor is there any reason for believing: simply shelter, clothe and feed the named or all persona claiming any inLerrit guiil. I used Doau'j 111111'I I i :
: docile The apiury'own a' where the mind is under or through thtm or either of
'k business in the world.Kmbracing I larly nature. that its numbers will be any less Incoming body but place them. or otherwise and all unknown persona uiul they rid me of the 'i i 1.1 i

t : portions of three counties ers seldom resort to protection. Tho years-burring the use of the fed as well.tt least one newspaper I ctaiinhiK! "liticnbtd.any interest or any In the pnrt property thereof hereinafter under. feel Justified In rocomm' n I I"J K!; < i ia ,

of West Florida, and covering scarcely .. artificially ;prepared combs arc taken suitable control measures-than heretofore and good magazine should be in the Ihu Floridu Knilroad Company a corporation worthy remedy to oth-.M,. "
r from the hives, the wax cap placedover equipment aul enjoyments of every James 1'ickks. Mary J. Mitchell. Jamea O.Jonua Price fine\ III nil ,ill a <. I I i :
s an area 1-' miles wide and 100 ," declared Plant CommissionerWilmon Annin E.: Harrison, C. K Fauo MaxMytr .,
the honey cells by the bees are home. or either of (them or otherwise and simply auk lor iv ltiln, (' iLonn'n t i-"i I d.1 .
mile's long, this region produces Newell when interviewed up- Mil clnim- ,, .
persona kiuiwn numud. or unknown. Kltlnay I'HIn. tin" h
the entire world's supply 'I clipped with a sharp'scrape knife and on.t.he method of weevil Harmony of color and simplicity of leg an interest in thu hereinafter. d".a.lbedl'fUl"rt
practically the honey extracted by centrifugal improved design are the keynotes in furnishingan )'. or any part th"n..fvln"\; and be Mrs. L vtC'n: hurt Koatoi :'Mtl! nn i C ,
; of tupelo honey which for many control recently announced by him. mir in ilradford county. State of }Florida do- Mfra., 11.i'1' ,'1", N *Y.
After the usual of attractive home. Bulletins which ACrihed follows
power. process as :
years has been used solely In the "Particularly, said Dr. Newell lha Northeast' QitarUr of the Northeast
the honey is stored in 30- will assist i in this work be secured
straining can .
being Quarter of Section, Twenty-nine (20). Township
preparation of medicines requiring a "should the Florida farmer avoid Be Wise-Advertise
gallon barrels for shipment. from the United States department of /Six ((0)) South. Hence Twenty-two ((22)
j honey base. : misled by the fact that many Kant, except mix acres. in the Southeast corner
In the prior to the war the agriculture Washington or from the and one in the Southwest
I years acre corner.
z Unique methods of bee culture are fields in this state produced a good Also boKlnninn at the Southeast corner of TAMPA TRIBUNE POPULAR
of the tupelo honey was Florida State College for
t' employed by the apiary operators of greatest part (:Ottofl crop in 1922 without any measures Women tha Southeast Quarter of the Southeast yuar.ter .
/ purchased by laboratories in Germanybut Tallahassee. r of Section Twenty ((2OI., Township' bit -
: the tupelo heft the colonies of bees I being taken to combat the wee- .. South. Knnita Twenty-two (22)) Kant; and Every month shows an increase
since the war New York ban become Comfort and beauty do not necessitate North lUG feet. West 690 feet. South
which gather the honey of the tupelo I the distributing point. An illus- vil. These' good crops were invariablymade the expenditure of a great deal 1'6) feet East 630 feet to beninninu. the number of Florida people who arc
tree being removed at the conclusion on farms or in neighborhoodswhere appear to tho amid bill of coraplamt on
,, t tration of the value of the honey is of money, but may result from a or before the tint day of .)anuery. A. 1>. becoming readers of the Tampa Morning
; of each season several hundred miles there was no cotton in 1921. In 1U29. the same baler a rule day of this court Tribune. People who have been
4 I shown in a controversy which has 1 small amount of money wisely spent.A or said bill will be taken aa confessed attainstyou '
,; northward to the cultivated' trees oft I arisen between the honey producers such cases there were no boll weevilsto little ingenuity a hammer a nail, and that thiS, order bo published in the reading the Tribune :for the past 28
: Alabama and Georgia. This is done come out of hibernation last spring Bradford County Teleiiraph. a weekly raws-
that there Is
I land the purchasers. Barrels absorb and a paint brush will .go a long way paper of general circulation I published In years say something
both as means of permitting the bees i to attack the 1922 crop. This crop SUirke Bradford. county rlorlda. about it that "takes" and "holds"
tf three of the honey in shelter home.
from two to pounds making a a WITNESS. The Honorable A. V. Lena.
their winter supply of started off without
to gather therefore any
t I during the period of storage. The Judite of the said Circuit Court and also the and that it soon becomes just as essential
l '; honey and to protect them from .weevils to contend with and had until olliclal aienaturo of the clerk aa well .. the their that
purchasers have objected to paying ARMOUR PACKING PLANT TOREOPEN official seal of this court, this the 80th day as meals they can
their natural enemy, the giant dragon i midsummer to make, or until the of October A. D. 1922. of
always depend on news
which do not The every scrap
for this they get.
the belt I
fly that infests tupelo summer migration of weevils occur-
I of interest to show
producers ,they would be willingto Circuit Court. any anywhere up
I'4 The annual production of tupelo say red about August 1." A. S. CREWS. Bradford I ounty. .,.. *
first in the Tribune. Our 180 Florida
deduct the price If the barrels are Solicitor.for Complainant. Seal
Manager Anxious to Secure Cooperation ( )
t honey will reach 4,000 barrels under On farms where cotton was grownin 11-3-9t.12-20. and the full and
correspondents night
but far little
returned so
progress of Florida Stockmen ,
I( j normal conditions or approximately 1922 there will be plenty of weevils
of the Associated Press
day service '
toward a settlement! has been made. COMMISSIONERS' SALE :
125000 gallons. For 50 year the next spring, according to experts Hereby notice ia .given that under and by takes care of that. The Tribune is by
IL tupelo honey producers of Calhoun who. have given the boll weevil close Jacksonville, Nov. Anticipating virtue of that certain decree of partition made '
and entered In the Circuit Court of Bradford
.1 Liberty and Franklin counties have PRUNING PECAN TREES IN WIN. study, and the farmer who under- all year around operation with the County. Florida] in chancery aittmit., on the SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
fullest co-operation of Florida live 17th day of October. A. D. 1922. in favor of
apiaries'until TEn PREVENTS DISEASE
worked their a honey takes cotton growing next year un- H. R. Underbill Ruby Underbill and Bell
aristocracy has been built up. The der these conditions must be preparedto stock men, the Jacksonville branch Underfill!, complainants and against C. M. fffect
/ : Underbill. Clara Cone. a minor and John C. (In Nov. 12, 1922
apiaries are cherished by families as Pruning is one of the most effective fight the pest. And it Is generally plant .of the Armour Packing Com- Cone aa defendant. the undersigned .. commissioners -

much as heirlooms, while serving asa means of controlling pecan diseases agreed among those in a position to parfy, will resume operations on Dec. south door will of the offer courthouse and sell In In Starke front of Flor the SouthboundNo.

means of livelihood to the owner according to O. I". Burger plant disease speak 'authoritatively upon this sub- 1st, after a cessation of activity since ida durinir the legal! hours, of male on Mon. 1 reaches Starke at 10:3: p. m.

Tupelo honey is valuable principally specialist the Florida Experi- ject that this improved method of boll July 1, G. II. Crane manager, an- to day the the hlvhest 4th day and of best December bidder, A.for D.cash 1922.in No.3, 10:59: a. m.

J1 because of its rare quality of ment Station. Dead wood harbors weevil control-resulting from the nounced yesterday. hand -the and lying following In" Bradford described property situated I No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58 p. m.
county Florida
non granulation Stored properly, it both insects and fungous. diseases and work of the State Plant Board in 1922 Want Florida Reef lo-wit! No. 15, Limited, 1:18: p. m.

has been known to remain in its original should not be left in the trees. -is the most effective and economical The plant will-employ between 150 anil Southeast Northwest Quarter Quarter of of Northwest Northeast Quarter Quarter I NorthboundNo.

form for Although Dr. Burger that the pruning to do this fighting. The method and 400 men dependent on the amountof of Southwest Quarter and Northwest
$ many years. says I way Quarter/ of Southwest Quarter and North Half 2 arrives Starke 4:35: ; a. m
the outside world may know it only should be done before the leaves fall, j is described in Exp riment Station live stock it can obtain, The packers oP Southwest Quarter' of Southwest Quarter No. 4 at 4:06 m.
L i all In Section p.
:' of the by which modi- or as soon thereafter as possible. Bulletin 165 and in Quarterly Bulletin are particularly anxious to secure 14 Township 6 South. Itariite
: 413 one means I 4 East containing 170 acres. more or less. I No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m.
lines are made palatable in the region This enables the grower to detect the for October, 1922 of the State Florida grown beef and pork. The I" T. J. GKIFKIN,

; : ( in which it is produced, it 1s dead or diseased twigs and branches !: 1'lant Board. A copy of either pub- hope that the plant will be able to secure c.E. A.L. KNIGHT.BIOCS. I "No. 1G, Limited, 5:55: p. m.
I Wan nee Branch
: considerable of a table delicacy.In which might be easily overlooked after -i lication may be had ,upon request to such co-operation from stockmen E.: it!. JOHNS. Commissioner

; consistency hnd appearance II; all leaves have fallen. Gainesville offices. of Florida as will enable them to operate Solicitor for Complainants. 11-3-51-12-1 I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m

I continuously expressed by Nn 101 arrives Starke 3:15: m
resembles castor oil, being of a verylight "Dieback, according to Dr. Burger was f. p.

amber l1ae.Hemurkablo. "is one of the most troublesome COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTSOnceola J Manager Crane. Because of u short Notice .".Mt8TEIVS SALE :I Limited train No. !9 due at SUrk\

for Hrevity! diseases. It is characterized by thu I I' age of suitable animals the plant hns of. is that hereby cerUIn' given final Unit decree. under of and forerlositru by. 1l:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. I I'

F buen closed summer for the made and rendered on Ortouer. HO tersburj
of backward from the every
Is dying twigs I
The tupelo honey industry re- -Osceola Growers, Inc., i i8 A. l>. Wit. by llonoruhle A. V. U>n>t. Judiroor
workable for the brevity of the season I tip. Young twigs are marked withI ;uilding 553 .refrigerators to last six years. the Circuit Court for Bradford Cotinty.Morlilu .- Limited: train 'No. 10 due at Stiirkfi:45
I In that certain'
; of production. For only) about twr:I dark brown areas. Around the baseI I ship strawberries in this season, planning The plant's maximum capacity i i/J Hiiitlford County Dunk a corporation cause, wherein I Is eomplirlnnnt the. : a. ir)., St. Petersburg to Jai-k-i,

weeks in April and May\ does'the fluid I of tho twig tho bark sometimes looks! to build more if the crop war, 1,000( hogs and 300 cattle a day, Mr. tm undetvuned, unitV.will. W offer Drown.for sale U defendant coil tell v iIIe. '

t flow from the flowers. of the tupelc i way or watersoakud. The bark of runts. Crane stat<,d. ? fur cash to tilt hlirhost and best hlduVr.- 'These two trains do not --lop "

t tree. Apparently realizing their handicap .. older limbs may be dry and sunken, "We are in the market for Florida- froht,il I County.of the cniirthnuoe Florida oa ilonr Monday in Starlte.. the 4th Brad dnv Starke. Ocala and Plant City :,irr' t 'i.

; the bops ignore other varieties i und tho spots darkened. The tree often Polk-An organization; known as /grown live stock," Mr. Crane stated of bout December... of ",,10. A.for U.the ivu Pomona ouunu)'of. satisfying tho legal only stop tliey make between .l.i, '

J ., i of blossoms whilo they concentrate! attempts to overcome the iIienSo.by the Polk County Citrus and Agriculturists "and would like to see the industry! said final decree. the following. dncribed personal sonvllle and Tampa.,

.4 .' their energies in the tupelo blossoms.. putting out shoots which resemble Protective Association was on such u scale in the state that it. ..o.wltlJ'I..hle"n ivoperty. Bradford County Florida. Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated fro. u

Their work Is facilitated, as much aa i rosette. > formed here this week by citizen, would be possible for us to remain :smooth crop(18) nnderhlt head of In stock one cattle swallow mark.ft ,Hampton to St. Petersburg. No r

possible by the apiary-operators, who i I "Dead or diseased parts should he and growers. It has a capital of .'$*,- offn throughout the year. There, is fork. In the other ear. branded with ear. the ht.era. leaving: Hampton 11:30 p. m. and :N
( E. F..
place the colonies on the verge of the i, pruned well back into the 'healthy I j 000 for the first year's work. n. great opportunity in Florida for AII"u.1 2. A.together D. !020.with their lnmw"glnc' 18 arriving Hampton' 5:10: a: m. Tim"

L1 tupelo forest Artificial tombs arc i wood. Where large branches are ,.cut cattle raising and we are svilliniandanxious D. E. KNIGHT. t through trains, St. Petersburg '.
Special' Mueter 'In
Also used in hives, as the bees do not: olf, tho wounds", should be painted with I Walton-Our farmers are harvest to co-operate in every possible A. S. CREWS. 'T- Cincinnati, Ohio.

l liuvo to gather comb during the flow some substance such as paraffin, bordeaux I ing one of the best cane! crops eve way. in helping develop it.It Solicitor for Complainant. 11-3-51-12- T. J. GRIFFIN

tc T .' period. The bees work with great rapidity paste, grafting wax or the like produced in this county. should be one of the state's great as- : ORDER JOB PUBLICATION Agen
sets." I In Circuit' Court. State of Florid,,. i
J one colony having been known. which will prevent evaporation and Judicial Circuit. Bradford

L to ,torn as high us 21 pounds in a rcinfestution." Columbia-The farm burea held a Doesn't Produce Enough I cur. ),. County In Chan- BIDS FOR FENCE POSTS
John L.
c I day. j In pruning, cuts .should be made called meeting Thursday; it was the Seventy-five per cent of the animals Complainant.va .

;' But the tupelo honey Industry Is close to the main branch do.that no best attended and most enthusiastic! used by the plant last year and in Adolph HII bne... and Nettle. The board of bond trustees will receive -

.9' not without its handicaps. Victims stubs will be left. Stubs usually dieback held within the year. It-was unanimously succeeding seasons have been broughtin llllebner. his wlfo bids up to Dec. 5th, 1922 for

'I' of their natural enemies, the giant and offer opportunity for rein agreed to put on an intensive from other Southern states Mr. I MIt appearIng Defendanta.i by ""''Invlt. appended to the I,1300 fence posts delivered along route

Q dragon fly, which intent the tupalo fection. All pruned parts should be organization, campaign and 17 com Crane .states. "Florida does not pro Hnebner, filed In and the Nettle above-stated Huebner.e.....hi.that. wife.Adolph th' |I, of road from Brooker to L. A, Wynn.

belt, the bees are closely guarded by burned immediately to destroy both munity meetings will be held before duce enough live stock to meet tho defendanta therein named1, are non-resldenta'Posts to be 6 feet long; and not let

i their owners. These dragon flies are fungi and insects. the next county meeting December 5. demands of the packing plants. We :of denta i the of Slat.the of city Florida of Detroit.' and State they of are Mlchlnan. !, !:>- than 6 inches diameter at top. Board .

.,. harmless to human beings but wreak ,I A committee was appointed to draw would prefer" to use Florida live stock years. !and It I.are therefore over the ordered ana that of twenty-ona said mm1 I I resl've's the right to reject any anti,

i havoc the apiaries. As a mean exclusively, he said. resident defendant be and all bids.
I ; upon PERMANENT PASTURES EAS\ up a plan for promoting .dairy call are hereby re-

I ef escaping the dragon flies the bees TO HAVE IN FLORIDA club work in the county. quired n call to ea.appear... on to or the before bilk of Monday complaint the flled 4Ui.. E. S. MATTHEWS,

c, are closed in their hives at the conclusion I PAYS $:;>>0,000 FOR STRAWBERRY day alienations of 1h..,of,.mbe.said. A.bill D.will l1)2.tit taken otherwise the I C. A. FUTCII, Chairman
as con.
of each season loaded on 1 It is not as impossible as most of Hernando-Assisted farmers in co. PLANT rued by said defendant. Secretary. ll-17-tl1

barges> or steamboats, and taken beyond our farmers think to have a good per- operatively selling a carload. of hogs It( '? further once a ordered week for that four this. consecutive order .bepubJl.hed ----

f 1 the reach of the fatal dragonfly manent pasture in Florida. When this week. 1 Three Rivers, Mich., Nov. 21.Fitty weeka In the Bradford County Telegraph a
newspaper published In
said and
Tho Apnlachlcola, Chlpola and such a pasture Is spoken of, Importedand thousand dollars for a single strawberry Thia November 1. 1H22 county .tat.

Flint rivers are filled each year with cultivated grasses are usually Lake-A co-operative citrus culture plant was paid today by FrankE. (Seal) O. W.clerk ALDERMAN Circuit Court. 666

4 bee-laden barges bound for the open thought/ of. But that is not he only association was organized in Tavareson Beatty, president of the R. E. Kel- E. K. PERRYMAN. By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk. Is a Prescription for Colds, Fever, and

) lands of Southern Georgia and Ala 'kind of pasture-permanent pasture November 13; many enthusiastic logg Company, :fruit growers. Solicitor for Cnm ''alnnnt. llJKt121NOTICE j LaGrippe. It's the most speedy rern-

bama. that Florida farmers have. The plant Is to be known as "Rock.
can growers attended. Many local grow- TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.' edy we- know Pneumonia.
; .1 Many methods have been resorted To meet all conditions and all requirements ers attended the meeting of the FlorIda hill," in honor of its breeder, Harlow All penona Indebted to the eetate of J. M. preventing ,
) : to to combat the dragon fly, but so of Rockhill, of Conrad, Iowa. The priceis Maxwell lute of Bradford. eu..I)'. Florida I
a permanent pasture, Grape Growers Association in dtceaaed. are "" '."""( 'ed tj pay the'r: maid delta BIDS WANTED
far without success. These flics swoop none is better than the one of volun- Eustis on the 16th. believed hero to' be the highest ever .forthwith .nd.n penona havinn claim Scaled bid. will 1M received by the Board"m ef it
.tn.t cud estate ahall Bond 2nd day
file the -
h down upon the apiaries in droves oft teer native carpet grasses, according I paid for a single, strawberry plant. authenticated with the undenlicnvd aame admin-duly January: *. for on .* t'let B. M. pine andeypraae
I. thousands during June andJuly., A to W. E. Stokes The plant bears in early and latrator within' one year from date hereof 1 lumber and 108 piling with alUrnn<
.4 ; grass .foragu a-Seven| y-three farmers summer or they will be forever barred. bid on 219 V'xWxlf hewn pine, linhtwood
-, it close observation has shown that their crop 'Specialist of the Florida Experi- I and business men of Crestview organized begins again in the late summer'', and Thla. 27th-day of October A. D. 1923. or, C1'P..... atrlnitera and other hewn timb.it ""'.
delivered SlarkB.oo""rroad
L method of operation is to wait the ment Station. : a blueberry boosters society bear continuously until frost. comes. Admlnlatrator Eatate W.J. H.M. MAXWELL.Maxwell de- between Brooker along and the L. A. Wynn'a. 0.IIv. ***
return of the bee laden with honey i In "We the with eeaaed lu-27-et-12-22 ..... to be made .. ordered by the Board
; discussing the subject of the per. November 13. are paying price, not beginning. on or after January 1. 1922.
r to'the hive. Pouncing upon them, the manent pasture, Prof. Stokes recent- the idea of making a profit, but as an ORDER!: FOR PUBLICATION The board. naervea. the right to reject any

I burden of sweetness is seized;: 1 and the i ly told an audience of.Florida cattlemen Marion-Tnstructed several farmers .. incentive "to growers and breeders of Judicial In Circuit Court. State of Florida., Eighth or all blda.C.A. E.S. MATTHEWS.
Circuit Bradford l
I -: death blow dealt the defenseless,bee. : in the use of Invertase in making plants to develop new varieties," said O.fl' County In Chan- FUTCH.. ll-17.7t-U-2j ChalrnticSecretary.

r In their extremity, the apiary owners f "To have a pastu% of this kind is syrup Wednesday. Others are also Mr. Beatty, who' is a nationally\ known' Town Corporation.of Starke, a municipal. ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn

I have resorted to wild plans to exterminate -' not as difficult and impossible as Interested in this process to prevent expert on strawberry culture. .. Complainaat.V. Circuit Court. Bute of Florida.. Elfhu

4 ,, the pest, but without success. many of you have been led to think. sugaring and fermenting of !syrup. The purchaser said today he believed Floranta Freyermunth and Catherine Judicial rev,. Clreult. Bradford County. In Ch..-

Taking advantage of the propensity Nature has the he had would Freyermunth, hla wifeanil R. L. Rowe, ,
provided us with a won plant purchased J. a. Blluih. T. N.: LlmbauKh and
; of the dragon fly to perch upon sharp derful climate and with this climate Alachua-Sixteen pens of fine pigs revolutionize the strawberry Indus- J. E. Futch aa .....elllo.. of the ..- ... Complainant.
tate of N. A. BUtch -.. j.
4 objects apiary owners conceived and the few Edith Row. I I
some which
grasses spring up were exhibited at our county fair' by Daf.ndaat. I IIt
the idea'of electrifying wires pro- at every opportunity about us we can club boys. There were also 20 very illl It IlIad appearing In the by affidavit above-stated pe..d.......,to that the appearing by affidavit .OpeD... that tiw.

truding from the earth but the results have excellent pastures where we now good exhibits of corn Seventeen club Robert 'E. Pruitt, 40, a painter by Floranta. hi.Freyermunth wife. the defendant and Catherine therein Freyermunth. Edith hill tiled Row.in. the the defendant above-ataUd therein _.e.m.... H

4 did not!' justify the cost. have briers and shrubs and rabbits. members won prizes. Eleven pens of grade, was accidentally killed by his are nnn-resldonta of the State of Flo.ida.anti narad a resident. hervelf of the that elate of Florida of aubpoena and CWreal. cannot
ao proeeaa
f; The transportation of the bees to "You have all doubtless noticed how pigs were sent to the State Fair. sixteen year old son, while huntingIn D. C.are. 140 resident First Street.of the N.City W.of, and Washington are over' t'n''aarved upon :her. r:4th': over the a**
other territory has another object. the age of twenty-one 1'.... It la therefore of yeara i It "' ordjnj
readily in old
I, .: grasses sprung up fields the woods:! near Daytona. The boy ordered that maId non-resident defendanta be, that laid ....-_ldent defendant be and
f .i: After the conclusion of the tupelo along roadsides and 1 about mill yards OUR ChARACTER REFLECTED was walking in back of his father, and are hereby required. to appear to the bill\ hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint
of complaint filed. In maId cause Before Slid. In aald caoae on or before *<--
j' season there-is scant opportunity for etc. The theory of this is that the DY THE HOME: WE LIVE IN when the boy's feet slipped on the Monday, the lit day of January,on A.or D. lt>2a. day. the let day of January. A. D. 192$. at*

''I" the bees to gather a sufficient supplyof seed from wild grasses are easily pine> needles, causing the gun he carried tharwlse aa eonfeaaed the allegations! by maid of defendant said bill will betaken .1'taken'..... aa the eoafeaaed allentlona by maid of paid defendant.It bill .will '

honey to tide them over the winter scattered and that whenever the seed "A home reflects the character of to be discharged. The bullet entered It la further ordered" that thla order be pub. to further. ordered that thla order be p*..>

.,: months The scarcity of cultivated find their way to a spot not covered those who live within it," says Miss the small of Mr. Pruitt's back In.lahed the one Bradford a week l County for feur, Telegraph consecutive. m week newaper *- limbed the one.Bradford a week. ..County for four Telegtraph eonaecutlve. a weeMIn npaner .-

t* areas in the tupelo belt has resulted with trees and undergrowth of bushes Agnes I. Webster, district home demonstration and the wounded man died as he was published November In said county. and state. publlahed In reid county and itata.

i in a scarcity of blossoming flowers. briars and weeds, these grasses agent of the Florida Agri- being carried to his automobile a mile TItle 211. 1923.O.. W. ALDERMAN.: Thl. Nove-be a7'G MM. W., ALDERMAN.

411 Hence the bees are taken to the cultivated !- quickly establish themselves furnishIng cultural Extension Division.We and a half away.Subscribe (Seal) ., By C.Clerk A.. Circuit KNIGHT.Court. (Seal) Co Clerk A.. ClreattBl' KN10J1T.COO$

f t areas of Georgia and Alabama, permanent pastures. are told also that too many per- Deputy ClerV.E. Deputy ct....

I kM where they store in a second supply "Now, Florida farmer can easily Ions give too little thought to the for the Telegraph.! .Solicitor M. JOHNS, for Complainant. 12-1-0-12-29 t A. Z.Solicitor ADKIN3.fur Complainant. 121..13-t

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Encourage Starke Merchants mh

By Trading at: Home ,

See what you buy ---- Save money by buying in Starke, Our Home City :
Trade with the merchants, that treat you right :
.. Times are hard, money is scarce, let's keep what we have .

In Trading at Home You Help both Yourself and Your City.

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T i opportune time emphasize the advantages of "trading at home."F '
With the Yuletide Season fast approaching, people of this community y
Rs are going to spend many dollars. It is to your interest and our interest R ",'

to see that this money is spent at home. Money is scarce 'and times are
A f hard. What little money there, is in circulation; should be kept here in A ms's'

. .uH our city. The merchants of Starke have their interests here, families, .:
D j homes and business. They are working to make our city grow and will D

E:; do all in their power to forward that end. Merchants cannot do it all, E '
we must have the support and patronage of the town's people to help .C

i us: on our way. You make your money here, so spend it here for ;
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T ,_an advantage which you l lose when; you trade with outofT town .concerns. Trade in Starke and Save Money. ,m

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these colonies and they TALKS ON JEWELS mond is thi material which etrbnuliea, a visitor here Wcdn united two "
; ; irnMiNcTALWAYS formed the Cool I'Kiitli'tuil: "'lIIr h. IS TURK A TURK ? the highest money. value in tho smallest Lewis, Shriver was a visit' .i,

The plctnreH wJ? paint of those people III compass Worthington Thursday

causes the ri lru: generation to None of the gems already mentioned Mrs. Reddish of Stark ,

I shun contact with tlit-no wellmeaning in these "Talks on Jewels" can l>e METIIOUI4T week here at the home of hater ,

: "BLUE' early American There Is more Question Has Never Deen Sat- purchased. They rest securely in the Mrs. J. C. Cone

cruulty In the a\ernge-HUed, community : possession of royalty; and only in the Through the courtesy of Pastor M. C. E. Crosby, of New Rive, H ,
r th..re Is lII..i'e tyranny In the isfactorily Answered.
1 1l event of the'overthrow of a nation, L. Smith the writer will occupy the the weekend here.
land, this moment IndiintrlalclaRMes
l : t' Also' Writer Asserts, Far More more unreasonable civic taxation ,. like that of Russia is! there any pulpit at the Methodist church next The many friends. of Jno. ihn

chance of these stones finding a placeon Sunday night "Christ and His Message are glad to learn he Is much
Liberal Minded: Than Is to any nothing of various religious But Whether American or Asiatic No< 'impion' {
I restrictions. than was exacted One Has liver Denied Its the markets of the world. tel the Multitude," will be the and experts to be home soon (In wu

\. Generally Believed. In hOMO' days of tho Pllirrlms' rt'gliue. Delectable Flavor. There is, however one atone which theme for discussion, and all are cor- tuken to Riverside hospital, Jacks _

\ t There have been"more unjust uccusntlons -- may be obtained provided you can dially invited to attend. villo last week for medical trcalmen

agsilnst these "nation found- "The M.Mi'if. the Turl."x" hue come to satisfactory\ terms with the .. eW. E. DAUGHERTY. Wm. Moody, of LaCrosse, was
i ; Differed Widely From the Puritan., era" than Aim-rlc'nrm. realize, This is known as the-.1 agel'8-
boon agitating I'nrlB. A learned Arab owners. town Sunday.
Though. Popular Boiler Has Coupled Those p.>lp] were not half ift "blue"or i..: I
-Al .tnteki-has dlHioveied; In An fofttein Excelsior and was found at SAMPSON: CITY I The literary society will hold
have been led to be
severe as we
Them-Former Permeated
i i Body ) lieve. Theyvert> liiiiniin and most dent Arabic Ixi'ik written long; before Jagersfonlcin, Orange Rivet Colony regular meeting Friday evening o

1 With Arictocracy.Thnnkh'lnlC charlltible. Let ux teach nnd preachto the d''l''I'r' "r Atneilcn a descrIption Africa. On Juno 30, 18'JJ it was Sampson City Dec. 1.-Mr. and the school building. Everyon. mv

love and revere Idem. of wlmt In- thinks must be the found by a native' whilst shoveling Mrs C. E. Harper and children, of edjto attend.
1 nlwa.vn MiigKegtn, ( to nntlmt modern turkeybird-and. the old mil hoi
+ double lnipulH of roxiiwtlngGhrlxllnn Laws Did Not Cxl.t: Is Claim. clay into a truck. lie managed to Sawannee Valley, spent the week-end Messrs. Rubin Shaw and Ear! 1I M\
found It In fuel I in A..ln111101'; ,
Arthur Oilman n grenl authority on secrete it on hi person although a with her mother Mrs. Mary Gowrlge. rhee of Tampa
Ideals l uml of I the Turks of Ills "religion, had\ I already \ | spent lust week n.
t fnHy. The latter pl<' ".rnlantthtlelta legal uffnlrs In tl;<> colonlen, writes conquered. Win.h n'pleu' of hews goes white overseer was standing near at Fred Deaver, { E. II. Smith anddaughters visiting| relatives. p

dominant 'In tho ,.' .' that "It Is uliiioxt needless, to nay that along wellltli I Hio'conquering uf the time. It is evident that theft was Ei\nn land Juanita, motored I Willie Mae Olliver spent tin. vr.

i I word the dny. the so-called'blue haws which have what MO used ,Ki, mil" 'J"urkey by.Mustuiilm not his object, but rather that ho to Starke Saturday. end at Fine Hill. .
been made, the bull, t and 1 juke und object
:ItVouhl lie a (1t",1 k. > Kemul find If It were true person Rev. Dock Crews, of New River, Prof. Wm. Craig spent the we. '
of \lol(l1t objurgation wore neverIn
'} ale tile words, "Tli,'nkH-UlvIni,;, tor In existence In that colony, but were would be warranted In taking our turkey ager. Upon doing so, the slave received filled his regular; appointment here end at Macclenny.

tWIt than way"Inking"theorcl would, "giving"be einphnsUed rnther 1 manufactured by n writer who desired, for his own Thanksgiving emblem a bonus of one hundred andfifty Sunday.Mrs. It is requested that all member"

'ant') thus he In better, accord with thet to hold< the colon up to ridicule" ,1 pounds nnd the gift of R horse W S. Nahb, who is in Jack- the B. Y.'p. U. be present 'next su

"ph'lt.of lIp, dny In any event Certified copies of these blue, laws French. nntiirnll i 1 have started which\ pat and saddle, which shows that his sonville taking medical treatment, day evening as it fy{ time to elec' n .*
t fall to mnterlnll/. In fact, New once and< jtlvo ilift reasons judgment-in it was notfar, astray.So I spent few here last week visiting
f we lire nil very. tltiinkful thnt in our Iniin-rntlve, why the turkey a lays( officers and vcry member is urged( .
they are
1' i mntry we still express. our Knitltmleto Jersey Virginia, nnd parts, of the bird say: Is if'nuhw1I1I'rlcnn, In the far aa I know( this stone has not her daughter\ Mrs. Hogan( Smith be present.

die, Lord In the MIIIIP' luniruiiKa used South were by far mor strict about i w.,oda when Coliiinliiis: came "and In yet been cut, and in its uncut state Miss Lois Moody, of Graham, is. liars 4tuby Caines and Mrs. 1\\(. !II

by the PllgrliiiM thrjr.o hundred I years tho observance of culled.the "First New Day" as the" I'u rl tan I'llerlni'H[ / pot. No forelsnerHt weighs 971 3-4 carats, or 7 1.2'oun- visiting: her cousin Miss EfTle Ed- Hnrrell, pf Bradford were visit'
tile :Sabbath was Jersey
a age In IflSl! writes Prof. B, J. Cltfrand.monber need for the ces-nearly half a pounds* It is u mondson. 'here
forbade traveling for pleasure, or other I :. 111'1'1)-1111'' 1. as ono afternoon of last week
In of facultj., University .of IIllnoli. similar recreation. Infraction of enigma of the name "turkey" what'sIn blue-white, and reminds .one of a Mrs. B. B. Saunders of Georgia, 1IIes( ames J. W. Surrency A, I

the ClilcnKo/ American.It < the I a name, anyway? That can be explained. large broken icicle being three inches few here last week visiting
Is I to be rl'/I'I.tll',1 that so many these rules might be punished by spent a days Pinholster and daughter LubedTa, of
/ fine I .,and no c\,in whnt the old Arab long and two and a half Inches
people use the tertrs Pilgrim nnd whipping post, a or Imprisonment. friends. I LaCrosse were here last Tuesday ell-
4 ,, Puritan Interilmnifcnbly./ In reality Let us not point our fingers too .aid. round at its thickest point. Unfortunately Miss Ruth Mettinger, who is sent route to New River.

they nre widely illfferont. ',, nlmrply. at the Pilgilmn./: /--This .:Is 'l'he'ry the Bum of the of French all turkey.Is argument it has a black spot in' the out by the state board of health paid .' Reddish Andreu of New River wa
'' Liber l-Mlnd d. It may surtfrlw\ Home to read that middle which will impair it as a single -
,, Pilgrim : our school a call Friday. here Saturday afternoon.
found In Hondnrnt' nnd -was fully
with I
Madeira wine and punch
,; The Pilgrims Mere" liberal-minded" rum stone. Cut in two, hbwevere it Mills Effie Edmondson
+ delightfully
Several here attended
werC'Jonhle .plenty of mule power (kick) could be described In nil Ills glory-speckled, I ; from cane
t 1 / people. They Protestants, obtained In Pilgrim communities. with eye !pots' small, but bright almost will make a beautifully matched pair. entertained a large number of her grinding at the home of R. H. Green
having rebelled, ntfHlnxt Dot only the At the mine it was valued atone mil-
The ordinances specified the prices ai those of HIP peacock's plumage friends Friday night with a candy Friday night.
Roman Christian method but also
tfi t tlm I,to be- charged. t with a deep-neii blue head and 'Ion dollar, It Is estimated that it pulling. Games were enjoyed until Our teachers are planning on at-
regal English
against / or government the drinks at orange-red dewlnpx-:'ft years after will cost at least $10,000 to cut and
church. In the belief that they : Ladles often served a late hour. Out of town guests were tending the teachers meeting at

could not reform the former and cer- I.the public taverns which were under 'I Columbus! first Kllmpwed America. polish it. Jesse Marvin and sister Mattie Minnie Starke Friday.
of the coun- Now, the Arab of the Turkish conquest of all diamonds found
the Immediate jurisdiction The largest
Edith Viola
; Ulnly not amend or change the latter Ogden, Brown Starling t
I Ity laws. Those taverns were clean uses a grfbd 1 deal of literature
This Stone
Great Culliun.
U called the
'v they chose to it" to Holland and Lois Moody Ed Yarborough,
wholesome; places. often serving on to describe 'what any easily be only WATERJIILLVatermill
later to AiiiPilcu thereto wore hip all was found in Africa and waspresented Duffy Abernathy of Graham, Lee
the Sabbath as places of 'religious a guinea hen And he Is the 0111ytrav..lel'
they> pleased. | or Writer who ever used lan by the Transvaal government to Gibson, of Gainesville.
The Purltnns believed, they could i worship I It.
: King Edward of England. was n
,i We are all glad that the pioneers guage that could be even remotely Dec. 1.-Mr. and Mrs(
s'. alter the tfplwoiml I or. government had good things and knew how to applied to our Ameilcnn. bird, until birthday gift from a colony to Its BROOKER Jasper Brown, of Sampson, were visitors -
} ctiurdi, MO! they' remained faithful to
diamond workershave i iBrooker.
I had become domestic king. Amsterdam
d them. the turkey a _
the regal religion und, the sovereign.: use here one day.last week.
The Pilgrims were liberal\ minded farr Stirred Punch With Sword.I fowl In Europe after being broughtover cut and polished it, reducing it Dee 1.-T. C. Hazen spent Mr. and Mrs. A. T. :Thomas: and

'ej"t credit have before hie n long and well- ,' from America us a curiosity. from its original weight, 3,027 carats Sunday at Sumner with his children
more so than they are given The'l I nephew, spent the week-end at Starke
I for being/ while It \\IIH. the I'urltnns defined account of n "stug" Pilgrim misfortune wan that somehow the '. about a pound and a half, to from between M. F. Hazen. with relatives.
party. That famed military spirit lish baptized him "turkey..' They got 500 to 600 carats Two
who were strict. I' very Thelma Thomas
the weekend
spent and Evan
Standish had 'bl lg of him with their r Goodge! Hodge were
s Capt. Miles n hold very curly,
made it to clip
The Pilgrims tniight, equality. They bad flaws necessary with homefolks
k howl of punch before him. The ae.y ; usual love of good witlng Perhapshe I at Cooter Pond. business visitors to Brooker Satur
+ nM "love one another, and tlwlrr p in three pieces but even with its reduced
Rr pI was brouirbt.' over by ('ul>ot, In 1 I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone spent part
i day.Mrs.
I it holds the record of I Ii
v ; which case he would, hare been one oC weight; of last week fishing; on the Gull F. S. Fowler spent Friday at
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I 0111' ('nll(>.1 !States' or Cunudlim turkeys I i being the largest diamond in the T. P. Lyman of Al'achua, was attending ternoon in Starke shopping

hut more likely dome buccaneer world. The disk on which it was polished I to business here last '
Friday. We are sorry to report that Mrs
,' I I\ 1 t brought\ him bnck from (I'unmim where I I was made of cast iron and steel, I L. O. Boyles of 'LaCrosne, waa attending D. J. O. Green is suffering with a
I the "ChrlstlimH" were breeding MmHO and revolved at the'rate of 2,400 rev-
J Jr : to business here Tuesday. broken arm and shoulder caused by a
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a domestic fowl even before !'!pnn. olutions minute. The diamond was ..
per I
Pro!. A. B. Show of LaCrosse was' runaway Friday.
lull Ovlodo desr-Mhpil.l him BO sclentlflonlly. I
; I e'"f pressed down on this disk\ by weightsof .

1 fifteen, to twenty-five pounds, and I ,
Point Made by the French. I
.- the disk turned constantly from sev- KB,
1JhEL "He iniiUpM ::1 i in the worning till nine at night ,
SAYS Oviedo, to distinguish him from HEATING .
other bird of thlx wonderful worM1"I including Sundays, for nearly 'eleven! STOVES. I'q'

thnt resemble him In other wuvs months before the operation of cut- ;' at One THIRD OFF. ij!:

but he hastens to odd, "Ills tnll Is not I ting was complete. Fifty-eight fu/eets/ We have about 15. heating stoves which we will close out, I 1i

I nt beautiful, tl'nt of our :SpnnHli' covered Its surface, which js: tho ''num- i at these prices. I

;:j2* l't'III''k"( ." I ber given to all other diamonds of '

Bern' the I'rcrfch make thf'Ir point whatever size. SHOT GUN SHELLS;

( .' The Ilomnnt were 11'1 great/ imd curious J.f. Judd 1 in lecture .
: enters as the English,/ nnd they ntpp"n'f1..k I Prof. o in At 75 cents 'a box. We still have 20 gauge in No. 10 shot
'a '44.
Fq'I' London gave'some facts!! not general. ,
4. : and in No. .i
'\ and brought buck from ColchN 12'gauge shot.FISHING.
_ 1. ly known concerning the comparative '
4 I In .\1111 M'noir\ Turkey InAin ,
1 II I II ) phen*
I Ing them, nnd, their Latin books speakof had the best authority, he said, for
M that ruby weighing as much Rods and Hooks at half price.Consumer's .
them with all iiiirtlriitnn\ Who stating a ,

4 rnii ImHRlne they would have passed! as five carats is worth ten to twelve '

I i;; I e '* l bv the turkey, which Is no pot hotter times as much as a diamond of the LurrtberCo.STARKE '

entlng) than the most golden pheasant '! some weight, even though the latte' FLORIDA .

They, never spenlc of any bird like might be of the "first water." The I)
Mm-but thpv know the guinea hen
: ruby, therefore, instead of the dia 1..W1'J.W.mmmmIDUI: ["<:...."" Jgaaaffl! _
which the old Arch, huve
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never tried to reason out why In the I \I Il

world., the English: culled) the, bird a
"turkev" hut t tl'pmust" -hnve been /

1/1I Influenced by the came-nnd they decided f

to call It "Meleitgrls Qnllopavo"a .

t I three-b.irrelpd lldel' which was it itr I tA

4 V t I Intended to mean a combination of '

guinea hen Gallic cock and I peacock. ,. fir"

This was the bright Idea of the great

.. I Linnaeus who cnmint have seen one *

or eaten one In.Ills native Sweden.

It 'IP r < t" i I count tells of the captain stirring Perhaps he warn Influenced by tbunluckycommon

i i* Is one of the sweetest memories ,
4 r owners i word. bird. The English called him

of pioneer America. I The Juice of the grape was used In "turkey." but the French call him

I They were' ever anxious! to win pea :a sanctified way,. not In that reckless "dlndon which IIII'un" Indian bird.

pie to Christ without completely making 'debauching way and unreasonable Now, at the beginning America was .

is isj s ; over the new recruit. It U wrong 'fashion of the present. The pleasures universally spoken of as "India," and S /

t J to charge them with even "exacting and merriments, too were, of a we ourselves still nay "West Indies."

1! !i that all in their midst, be of their sane nnd profitable. character, tending Put that alongside' of the Italian name ,

Mth! for of the 101 who came over I. / to uplift and make better the entire for Indian corn-"Gruno Turco" or
la the Mayflower all were not of theme .. I how
social fabric. Turklsji grMn-and we may guess'
!i : ,.- faith. Let us not find so much fault with Turk and Indian got mixed up for fa.J" t
v 1 a When the Puritans of-Bo ton (and our Pilgrim ancestors. The mothers something only uniquely, solely and LINCOLN

? obey camemany yenrs subsequent to knew how to darn stockings In those exclusively American In Its origin.! "
the Pilgrims) made It so unpleasant '.
days. They do now, only the word Testimony for America. ...
.w }ffi; tor Roger Williams, It was the which Pit.tk'I has a different/ uiennlng., I Therefore the turkey which we eat Get Behind the Wheel .'
community lit Plymouth
f \ Balm Give these pioneers republican at Thanksgiving and, as Tusner said ,
I welcomed Mm and made bill trip to .
1 Institutions and democratic ways a a ''In 1373: for England before the first -
abode Inland safe by.Insuring kindly"treatment ,
y I place in your heart. live credit and century of America was done r"ln
?. from the Indians. Williams honor where It belongs. That form Christmas hlU.bHntllJe'lar'-I.: a native Driving the Lincoln brings a new sense of
Puritans for asHertlng -
vma banlxhed by the ''ot truth will not only make us free of the New World where It was .
Is wrong to prevent a man The complete mastery of time and roads. 'Rid'
JJt ,
r ;; but will keep us free .flint described and not of the' Old
t from holding office If he be not a
under all
conditions and
t Christian." World where no one ever described It SevenPassengerTouring ing .at any speed,

Clung to"Old English Idea. "If there had been anything like the ,
The Puritans too, were
,American bird" says a French naturalist '
They clung to the old Kngllsh
Hen that 'a man was measured by Day's Deeper Meaning. "how could It have ever been $380(5F. 300 operations accurate to one quarter

and again some blue forgotten In Turkey or Asia or Europe thousandth of inch I
Ma blue blood- Three centuries ago the Plymouthcolonist. an ; iaoo operations
leaving not a footprint or '
progeny ,
--end bloated pocketbook. kept"our first Thanksgivingday. !
But not HO with the Pilgrims. They For more than threescore year or any men r1 behind .> O. B. Detroit accurate to one half thousandth of an.inch; .

cared nothing abwt blood and lessafcout the date has been established and the On the contrary, all the woods of Ten ,,.ooo.op.erations accurate to one thousandth*
r metallic picture. The I America were full of them to that nle Thld"Types
the king's observance nation-wide. The
a Puritans were the Republicans of New and the spirit of Thanksgiving are :.European or Turk: or Arab could ever of an inch; make the Lincoln the most ,

r England and the Pilgrims were the simple and .famlllur, yet of a kind talk of having Introduced them. And accurately bunt car in the world. '
doubtless the be said of In-*
( same
6 Democrats.. apart and exalted and requiring to be
The former decided they would not many times retold."' Scholars have dlan corn which goes along with Turkey -
with the easy-going "equali even In the mixture of names. Bar J. W. ANDREWS '
I aMoclate spoken of a kinship of this feast to
tM tbe worst mixture was' that lOt the .
called .
ns they
ty .community the Jewish Feast of> Tabernacles, bat
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Pllg"rtms Soon after the Lord causeda Germans, who called our bird a "Kale-
the likeness Is Indistinct In ceremonyand FORD FORDSON & LINCOLN DEALER
sickness to fall upon the Boston fcuttlah Hun" or Calcutta hen from a ,
a great remote In time It need not changethe
place) In Malabar of quite another India.
Governor was .
colony. feeling that Thanksgiving( day Is a
to beg Governor Bradford of It I Is time the turkey should make
obliged / day distinctive and original evolved
Plymouth to "please come to our res- of the genius of a strong, new peopUL Its Declaration of American Independ -

t one and send Doctor Fuller that ramos earnestly at work and conscious ofo .. -

physician to take care of the a .
) Tide doge of Mines __
I i ,tfck colony. .
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