Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02154
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02154
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I IHCIIEOUUO (' branch in that they could > one 10Starko
"I'EGG0 RUN ON SAME OLD in the morning and return .
:. DECIDES THE: homo in the evening.

I time this. necessary ch.-uigu is r
1 The railroad commissioners of the certain to 'ome.Vith the proper ,
state in session at Tallahassee on, November amount of push and perseverance tha! ,,
ABANDONED (;IIAIU E. ':' 28th rejected the plan of this commissioners will have to barken to WITH INTENT TO COMMIT : silts. GODWIN) ENTERTAINED: ir.: : \
I city's progressive business men to the demands: of the public. MAN.SLArGlirKR' VERDICT D. C.
Dritish Seem Intent Upon Exhausting 'I change the "Peggy," the Wannee following U a copy of the decision ()I<' JURY .
Present Petroleum Supply route of the Seaboard railroad. This reached: :
The special term of the circuit court i ii The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., u
decision is final. Pursuant to Notice No. :L'S.'l:I, the
wind the unfinished busi- J. O. Luke, charged with assault \veiv delightfully entertained Wednesday '
called to
up i Effort is being made by other na- Petition FiledI above mutter came on for hearing before "
with intent to murder wah'lell and, afternoon in Luwtey at the homeof
of the fall term session
ness 1 I In February last delegation of said commissioners! on tbu 10th
tions chiefly Great Britain to drain a
convicted of assault with intent toconmit Mrs. W. F. Godwin with Mrs. Cod-
convened in Starke Monday. The '
i Starke citizens and business d.iy of February 1022!) at 11 luck
the United States of petroVum! as i men ( (
win and
manslaughter by a jury in the Mrs. J. H. Carradine as hostesses.
court was presided over by Judge A.
a trip to Gainesville, carrying a. m.Vn the circuit court room of the
rapidly as possible. British oil business circuit court before Judge Long Mon .
V Long. Other officers present were, II11ad\ Alncliua] courthouse tf
a petition signed by a largo county at Gaines-
is secret ..1I'alr.'n..d day. Mrs. T. C. Morris vice president of
emphatically a [ ,
A. S. Crews state attorney W. J. of residents requesting the vile. and after taking the evidence, of
Epperson sheriff; W. W. Bah der. as little as possib'a ;to let out to commission for rearrangement of the witnesses and after all Keen Interest the organization, presided charmingly; -
Chief deputy; G. W. Alderman clerk ,the public concerning It by its promo- I' schedule. The revision requested was ties who desired to be heard: pm'hearing said- Keen interest was manifested in over the meeting, and lfrM.V.. J. Ep
this assault case. Citizen from allover person discharged tho duties of R tretary. -
and C. A. Knight deputy clerk. ,
i tor Particularly is thIs true with that "Pejrgy" go: out of Starke at commissioners are of the opinion that -
I the county flocked here to hear It was derided to send
The jurymen as /- finally\ chosen ropect to the acquisition! by ItritlFh: night and return in the morning. At they should not require a rearrange-/ Christmas
the evidence and until the jury reached box to the Old Soldiers'Homu
were: 1 oil companies of oil properties in,this I present the train goes out and in on mcnf of the passenger schedules between
First venire-J. J. Brannen E. J. a decision it was difficult to forecast in Jacksonville and Mrs. J. M.
the same day consequently taking all Starke and \V nnee. '
country. their decision. llrownlee was appointed, to take
Lewis L. Crawford, Chas. L. Carter out and in Wherefore it is ordered that the rl
few ,
J. C. demons J. E. Benton, A. L. It is the policy of the United Statesto I passengers except travelers. bringing petition fijed herein be and is hereby The jury selected to hear the evidence i charge of arrangements for the box. ,

Groen T.-L. Wills S. K. I'elIy.V.. R. prolong American oil production, assurance of Change dismissed: in tho case wore, Joe Finloy, 1 A committee on finance for three

Haislop E". M. Hazen C. T. Silcox, not only for industrial purposes but |i I I At the hearing in Gainesville no Done and ordered by the railroad J. J. Brnnnen John Forsyth Eddie J.. months was appointed as follows: ,7
Lewis L. Crawford. and C. L. :Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs W. } '
Joe Finley W. H. Green, John For- as a feature of national defense but i I assurance was given except_that a commissioners of the State of Floridain i ,
syth O. C. Canon, J. B. Brown L. R. apparently the British companies especially i final decision was withheld until last session at their office in the city of and were picked from the first ve Godwin Mrs. George A. Anderson.
nire. By tho expression on the jurors'faces Annual credential committee: Miss
Gainey W. AL Jones A. E. Wall R.
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? California, have no objectin week. Tallahassee this 28th day of Noveb-
W C. A. T. F.) it was plainly visible that they Olive Ray Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and
Surrency, life than to exhaust the American I Ii I Had the request fora_ change: been bcr, 1922. felt the responsibility with Mrs. Paul E. Cunova. ICemetery
Of these the first twelve grave
Hemingway. I granted it would have benefitted tho R. HUDSON BURR i
served the Cox jury. i oil supply as rapidly as possible, and ( ,, which they were entrusted., committee: Mrs. S. E.
on I
Second venire-'Drew Reddish J. L. this they do by extracting the oil and i residents of towns along the Wannee Chairman Strong Counsel; llrownlee, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mrs.

Underhill, W. M. Brown, J. M. Reddish !I throwing it on the market with little States Attorney A. :S.: Crews. was Florence C. Powell.
W. E. Norman T. G. Clark P. regard to price; a policy which also CUNARD LINER RACES FROM ARRESTED FOR BREAKING assisted. In the prosecution l h> Attor- >, During/,\ the .social period the hos-s
A. Crosby. I exercises the double effect of lessening I OFFICERS WITH( BOOZE CARGO FIRE HYDRANT AN I) LlSThtee ney "E M. Johns. The defendant's tenses" served a beautifully appointed

The case of J. O. Luke charged with I the value of oil lands which theI counsel was Attornuy I). 10. Knight. salad cOllr"I I tMesdameif
assault with intent to residents of Sampson' City This of legal talent presentedall ) / S. E. and J. M. Brownlen
murder was
I Britons are eager to acquire. Liner Assyria Outnpeeda Police Tu tried Tuesday. i I and Heads for Scotland will be arraigned before Mayor C. L. facts of the case and waged a invited the chapter to meet with them ,

The case state vs H. A. Perry mur- I % Peek Ion Monday morning on thecharge strong fight for both defense and, tho first Wednesday in January. t
der in the first degree was tried on !MRS. EPPERSON ENTERTAINS ----- I of breaking the city's hydrant prosecution. .

AVndnesday. Perry was charged with i CLASSI I New York Dec. Outspceding the and water main at tho corner of Call Story of Crime '!! HAMPTON STRAWBERRIES

the murder of Dr. Cox at Sampson I I I police tug Manhattan which had been I'' and Walnut streets on Saturday i i The charge against Luke grew out BROUGHT $:i50.f5|: A QUART .

City May Oth. They had had a misunderstanding I Friday evening Mrs. W. J. Epper- ordered to overtake her the Cunard (I night last. The defendants deny the of an assault made on W. ,K. Yarborough Hampton's first quart of ripe straw

Perry claiming' that son entertained her ,Sunday school liner Assyria tonight flashed past charge. I IIt in September last. Luke hud I berries sold on the local I market Dec.
Ox: had insulted his wife. Perry fol- II class at her home on East Madison Sandy Hook and headed for Scotland "was decided some time ago that accused Yarborough of maiming 1 for 5015. The berries of- excellent

lowed Cox home and shot at him four street. This class 1'is/ called 'The Cheer carrying with her 11.I OG cases of fine anyperson or persons breaking such bull belonging to him, and. hud demanded quality.'were grown by J. L. Williams I ,

times hitting him once. Perry was ful Helpers" and is composed/ of Elise whiskey deported by federal prohibition fire hydrants and mains by runninginto payment for the damage to a local farmer The funds were t
arrested by Sheriff and Inez them would be made to for donated to lo.'nllll'houl extension work )
Epperson Jones Mary Canova, Hodges, and two deputy sheriffs pay I i the animal. Yarborouj, accompanied -
Deputy Baisden and put under bond Florence Andrews Annie Belle Turner agents same, or would be arrested for vio l>y Adam Andrews called at Tho- berry crop In the Hampton locality ,,...
for his appearance at court Dr. Cox, Gussie Mae Bennett and Ethel alleged to have been "kidnapped while lation.of the city traffic ordinances j 1 Luke"place to enter a denial of the in the largest in many years,
a. aged man, died September 6th, Moore. Invited as guests for the eve- executing an order to seize part of i accusation. Angry words passed between with the condition at present extreme'A'

and Perry who had left the county ning were Hazel Middleton Harriet the cargo." STRAWBERRIES SELLING; them and Luke suddenly ly favorable for early fruit and a

wu rearrested at Valdosta Ga., and Ritch Joseph Thomas Owen Grtffin, I I I When the Manhattan gave chase, 'I DAILY IN STARKE bounded over tho fence seUed n heavy bumper yield. If the weather conditions -

put; in the county jail at Starke. i i Comer Long Sam Sternbertr, Leo the Assyria was already well down I j I piece of fence rail und. dealt Yarborough remain favorable, Hampton will

At the trial Wednesday Perry plead Wiggins Newn Alvarez and Eugene: the bay on' her way to Scotland. Tim. /{ J. E. Adkins of Long Bridge, near a blow over the head, knockinghim market quite| a few berries for Christ
not guilty. Hearing of witnesses consumed Matthews. boat under orders of ; l New River comes to Starko daily selling from the horse. Andrews intervened mas end load.cars In January. .
nearly the entire day. E. M. After enjoying music and games police was Dep- strawberries. Mr. Adkins' crop at this juncture and stopped,
Johns, Esq., was Perry's attorney. At' Mrs. Epperson served candy sand- I uty Chief Inspector Oohalene to whom Is coming in fast and if. the weather I further assault on the injured man. '
I 5 T. m. the case was given to the jury wiches and hot chocolate. the .sheriff had appealed for aid. keeps mild he will\ pick a whole crate Yarborough's .skull was fractured by CITY COUNCIL

awl after an 'all night deliberation The deputies had gone aboard to next week. I the blow and he was confined to a hospital -

ami a portion of Thursday morning, execute a writ of replevin against the The berries are of the Missionary : for several weeks before recovering -
the jury into the court LUKE IS GIVEN I
cape room 4000 cases issued in behalf of the variety were planted in August: and from the injury.
declaring that they could not agree I have done'' exceptionally well. Mr. ...
Alps Drug Company. The prohibition
upon a verdict. Whereupon the case Adkins has picked more berries than is beginning early -
Holiday shopping
wan. nolle\ pressed by thj eourt. 2 YEAR TERM officials refused to honor the writ; i! The city council met In monthly ,
any other planter thus far. lie receives :. this year The supply of Christmas -
session 'on Tuesday evening O. J. .
As the Telegraph goe -to press the threatened to-arrest the sheriff's: deputies for all sold. than
fifty cents a quart goods will be larger ever
court Is still sitting. The cases, state placed two prohibition agents Griffin being! tho only member ab
; I before and there will be no need to go
vs. A. J. Cowart crime against nature .Just before adjourning court Judge: on board to guard the cargo overseas {, Dr.,Parks has returned from n business I(i','elsewhere for your selections. Read I sent. Chairman T. J. Griffin presid ba
., and state vs Walter Speed as- Long sentenced J. O. Luke? convicted out. In the ed.A
and the Assyria pulled trip to Atlanta Ga. the advertisements Telegraph.men. '
d mvnlt, with intent to murder are yet of assault with intent to commit man petition wax received from the
f to berried. slaughter. The court dealt out a two -- colored population of Thomas villa re-
year term. Mr. Luke's counsel has questing\ I scavenger! service. This service J

AIRPLANES CARRYING LIQUOR not as yet stated whether an appeal was denied on the grounds that

BETWEEN'CANADA 4ND N. Y. will be"taken or not. State Convicts Be sections sanitary where toilets connections must bo installed cannot he in

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SPECIAL SESSION OF COURT made to present sewer system. .
OM Aviator Received $30,000 for One ADJOURNS Thu street committee was authorized ; -
ummer'8 Work to proceed with tho removing of

turn running'-from Montreal, Canada At of noon court Thursday adjourned the until special the regular session Here Next Week ToWILL obstructions It wall voted, on that Temple all houses avenue on CallIItr.t.t
with the
Island in New l he ordered to connect
Long points spring session. The Cowart case ,
Hewer within {.JO days, This ruling
York states has become so profitablethat and Walter held
Speed over
case were
will bi rigidly enforced, and l.i part
many aviators including one of until the spring term. J of the council's plan to have the entire

the foremost fliers in America have Start Road Wark!" city connected with tho sewer wherever
entered the bootlegging game declare FATHER SHOT UY SONJ. possible and thusu portions not

prohibition officers who are investigating reached by sewer must Install thn
liquor law violations along the .M. Starling Wounded While Annoying I sanitary toilets, of a type approvedby
Ilia. Family the State Board of Health. .
United States Canadian border.
"We know of one instance" saUl -L- BEGIN ON SECTION OF STATE AID ROAD BETWEEN STARKE AND LAWTEY! Th( ordinance covering above In a:*

James L. Kerrigan one of the officers .Saturday night J. M. Starling was.1--TRUSTEES MAKE SEVERAL IMPORTANT MOVES AT THEIR MEETING follows: X .
York shot in the leg by his son, Wilmot TUESDAY I An ordinance requiring sever conncctlons
"where a New City broker made Starling while tempting an intrus- I in the town of Starkc, Florida. .

plans for the shipment of a cargo of ion in the home o? his family in the Bradford county's road building of Inferior type. In addition to being The wire and necessary tools | .

liquor from Montreal by airplane. The Wateroak section after being warnedto program will soon be in full swing./ 4 state aid road this road has now for building and removing the fences Do it ordained by the town councilof

liquor was 'purchased by the broker. I' keep away. The latest and moat Important/!development -I been made a federal aid road, which were flrdered.\ | the town of Starke in the State of
L The aviator who made the trip confessed Some time ago,the family of the eider la advice from the State Road means that the state road department The clerk of the board was Instructed FlorlJu.

the whole scheme,but the evi- Starling of Lawtey driven cut) of Department that a camp of state convicts may use federal funds In its con uu- to advertise at once for bids on I Icrenoted I Section 1. Where, in any street or
patience through abuse from him, and will be sent here next week to tion. It Is regarded as a link in one lumber for the construction section of street there Is now con- ,
arrest jn fear/of their lives, left him and begin work on State Aid Road No. of the most important roads In Flor- of bridges on the state aid road, and ructcd a public sewer or where

+ "The moved to the Wateroak section. They 102( that traverses the county from ida from the fact that it Is a part of an experienced bridge builder was hereafter in any street or suction of
'r x aviator went into the business also found it necessary to have him Highland on the north to the SantaFe > he ihortest route from South Flor- employed to have charge of this work.It street there may ho constructed any q
.;i' m.re on a dare'than as a mqney-mak- give a peace bond. Since the separation river on the south. This camp of ida to Jacksonville Savannah and all was also ordered that bids be asked I public sewer for the purpose of carrying 1

i lag scheme he told us. : Thep rofits they had been annoyed by him on convicts was promised to the countyat the cities of the Atlantic seaboard. It on a pile driving outfit including necessary I of the sewage the owner or

i were so large, however, that he continued several occasions and, his son warned the July meeting of the road de lp 1 understood that the federal road engine and boiler pile hammer ,j: owners of property abutting on, ad-
. making the trips. His profits him to keep away, or he would shoot partment. At that time it was expected department regards the road with etc. On account of the !great 1 i isaving I Jacent thereto along the line of any y
for one summer were 930,000 he informed him. to send them here during the great favor because of its importancein In cost It has been decided to ''or within 100 feet of any such sewer t7
us. Saturday night the elder Starling latter part of October but the torrential the event of military operations In construct the bridges on this road out so constructed or to be constructed f

s This man's work was don under a again came to the home of his fam rains about the middle of October the future. The saving in mileage be. of creosoted lumber. ', shall; within UO days after being notl-
:- verbal contract. On each of his tripsra' ily. His son saw him when he was delayed the progress of the tween Important points in the (tat.,. The clerk was instructed to advertise |I, fled by the town clerk of the town of. f
at the gate and warned him not to work in Hamilton county: and the men and its inland location are feature titer !;, ': ha brought over the border 35 cases come closer. He did not heed the ad. could not be transferred until their that are said to have attracted the at on various lateral roads. Information \ on such property with such" public
\\4!, of whiskey, for which he received $20 monition and his son fired striking work there was completed. The state tention of the federal authorities. regarding these posts may be had by I I sower In a proper manner. -"

';:(\' a case as a transportation fee. The hia father in the leg. department' has hurried the sending, Im addition to this good news re- reference to advertisements published ) Any person refusing or
'; liquor previously had been purchased Surgical attendance was not secured of the camp here as much as possibleand I garding the main highway across-the In the Telegraph today. rneglecting I to make such connection\ or vd
iI in the United Stat sJ' before 0 o'clock Sunday morningand now announces that they will be county the board of bond trustees! at The final action of the trustees late 1 to comply with tho provlnlons of.thH
Rutland Vt:, is the stopping place it was found the wound was a serious sent here during the coming week.L. I their regular monthly meeting Tues- Tuesday afternoon was to Instruct the ordinance and said notice shall upon r /

,; of the fleet, prohibition officers have one, on account of the short 1C. Cannon division engineer of day took important action with ref. engineer to prepare specifications conviction before the municipal court t
i range. The wounded man was broughtto the stumping, grubbing bo punished by a fine of not more than
been told. A field has been laid put he state department, now; has up with erence to the lateral roads. covering
l { the home of Mrs. W. T. Tompkins, County Engineer Neff the matter ofa Contract was let to R. H. Thomasfor grading and clay surfacing of tho $200, or, imprisonment not exceeding
there that the fliers fuel
{;: so can get in both such fine and Imprisonment '
Thomasville suburb where he U Starke-Sanderson road, the roal from W days or
location tor the : in order that fence to be used in setting
I', : ,and other supplies, it, is said.'S .. medical camp posts at the discretion of the court.
receiving via
attention. everything will be 'in readiness when back fences: along the line of the the Clay county line Lawtey l
' I.' The Canadian inspector whom I Wilmot Starling was arrested by officers he equipment begins to arrive next Brooker road. Five bids were received the Starke-Sanderion road the Soc. 3. This ordinance shall take'p

'f...! met at the fjeld treated me well," one but was later released. week. The state will ship the movable j'I for these posts as follows: R. H. Raiford road to Conner bridge tOI effect Immediately upon Its passagt-.

' of the fliers told friends. "Once in a buildings belonging to the camp Thomas, 15 cents; L. A. Brown J. R. Starke-Lake Butler road to and approval by the mayor. the 1
at session
, { while he would snoop around me whenI PURCHASE CAFE and will have the men folly supplied I''Groover and A. I. Green 20 cents; L. Bridge the Starke-Mlddleburg Mayor Peek was present and assured thc

I eras landed. They told me that I with road working tools. In fact the \J. Wynn 10 cents.: R. H. Thomas tothe Clay county line, the Peek road Tuesday evening/ In the mat- .
J; O. Turner proprietor of the bakery here successful! bidder was instructed from its Intersection with the MUdle- council of his co-operation
i. was safe as long as I did not try the camp comes: entirely at state ex- the
purchased the Jaanita Cafe :from pense. 'to begin at once: on delivering the burg road to the Clay county line. tel' )
'Il' scheme of one unfortunate aviator, will be The monthly reports of clerk treasurer a
Arthur Williams last Saturday.Mr. The securing of state aid on'-this posts.L. These specifications probably ?
silks and anbond trustees
: who attempted to smuggle and bid tax collector
, Williams will devote his entire road means that we will have ..18. [ J. Wynn was employed as foreman completed: early in January- after whichan
I' ether merchandise into Canada and time r this work,will be received: at the 'were read and accepted,
in the future with on
to his. hotel luai- foot road of a high standard of construction of the fence moving gang made.
bring back: liquor." of six February meeting I adjournment was t
ness. instead of a narrower roadiIiiiii' authority to employ a force .

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f .1.t Sale BeginsWEDNESDAY Sale '1"; 11. I

': I : 19 WEDNESDAY 13 I

++ { A Door open ontinu0l!9 o'clock until .harp ) Door. open 9 o'clock. until harpContinuo

Saturday Dec. 23 Saturday, Dec. 23




1 The only Bradford County Friend, Sam Rosenberg, known all over Bradford County and Surroundings. I

am going to give the good people of this county and surroundings a genuine Christmas Gift. Sale in Groceries -

: Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Men's and Children's Clothing.

All to go during this Christmas Economy Sale. Come and do your. Christmas Shopping!! now. .


Mens' and Boy's Suits "I Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits

1 :LLtI ies' Plush Coats, $35-JO Value
7r Men's French Serge Suits, $35 value I Sale Price ___ ___ $21.00 I
i ,I';'( Sal-I I __________________ .HfcWiuo I Il nuun.
'Ladies' Cuat Suits, $35-$10 Value
l Men's Mixture Suits, $30 value$17s95 Sale Price ______ $21 I ,95
1 Sale Price ________________ | nnn
'Ladies' Coat Suits, $20 and $25 Velour, Trieotine
Young..M en's Suits, $25 value O1 C ARtt i I Serge, Broadcloth and Serge
t ( .' Sule Price ___________u__ .-- i WI-TW
;. '& Men's Flannel 1 Suits, $1::10{ value $1 I *C*.QC! *,, "' V'' 'r ,200 Ladies' Coats, all styles, Values up to $V5.00
i9 Price -------- and 20.00 Bargains
Sale -- O
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'JI $18.00 Young Men's Suits ",' M a iIJ Sale Price hh__' -.. ...--- $. .95IP
I Sale Price ---------- 'P'10 Coats u I
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,u 1,500 noys' Suits- all colors Styles and! Sizes-- wad y 9' :/>; t, r ,, + r' ,. 11SaIledPricupor_. __ _, __________ $1,95
? Sale Price $7.05, $5.95!) $1.4., $2.40 ,( ,, wr"' wih '
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Pants Snlo Value Price$10.00_____________u___,,___ $3.49 "' Ladies Underwear
r 'c Value it 'i .n.0' s 'a' Flannel Night Gowns, $1.00 Value
o.. Pants Sale Price _---- _---r-_____ _- ."_ $2.85 r =Z.e : Sale Price, 73c to .... 98c 5 5sji

Values ,, Bath Robes, $5.00 Value. A
Pants $5.00 : 4 A
1 Snle Price _.u__ ,_________- $1.75| 9 a Sale Price, $2.05 to ------------ $3,95

't\ 1,000 Ladies' Ribbed Union Suits,
J Men's Hats I $1.50 Value. Sale Price. 75c to ... $1 ,25

Ladies Silk Underskirts, $,>.00 Value
$5.00 and $0.00 Velour Hats $3.95 Sale Price .._ $3,98
2 T Sale Price _________________ ----- --- >.
'k [aulies Underwear, fleece-lined
air" ,
Hats ._ 49c
and $1.00 95
Sale.I P.rico __ _____________-_ $2. -- -

It Sale$2.50 Price and $3.00 _Hats'___________. ___ $1.45 fr' j k Men's Neck Ties
'p a' Men's Neckties, $2.00 Value .
: Sale$2.00 Price Hats _____t___________________ S5e f al ALs Sale Price ._-_._...__ 85c69c

HATS 1 / .Men's Neckties, $1.50 Value
lUG BANKRUPT SALK ON s .1 & Sale Price ,
' }k A lucky close-out purcha -1,000, Weather a
Men's Neckties, $1.00 Value
Houses Sale. Price, I one .o..a-.customer--------_________ 19c I 1 Sale Price 45c ; I f fI
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,, Men's Handkerchiefs \ : Extra Specsals in Piece..Goods '

Yi-l low Sheeting, 20c Values, best grade
15c to 2"c Values 12c lie
t Sale Price __--_______ ____ 4c 9c Sale Price _
i1 %? 5 Outing/ Flannel, all! colors, best grade
Sheets and Pillow Cases *. Sale Price. ___________nn______ 11 e

J Pepperell Pillow Case Tubing, 42 inches wide,
0 Men's Shoes and-Pants
75c Value 43c
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jq j Sale Price ---------------------- k '
l-'lorsheim! Shoes, $14.00 Value
+ PepperellPillow! Case Tubing. 30 inches QQn wide, !e Salo Price .._______________--h__ $6,75
Itegular ROc\ Value
Price IU Elk Skin Shoes, $4 and $5 Values
Sale --------
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I\. Pillow Cases 93C 1 \. Sale Price _unn_______ $2,49.
{ Sale Price -"v-j.------------...--- Monkey' Skin Shoes, $2 and, $3 Values I
!1 Sheets, size 72x00, $t.2i: Value e \ Sale Price _______n_________-_- $ ,75
'' Sale Price _________________u___ ouPepiarell Pin Check Pants, $2.00 Values I "''I
) Sheets, size 72x90! $1,10 I Sale Price, 95c? and ___ _______-- $1.35 I, ':'
Sala Price --------- v r pan'ts .
------------- Khaki $3.50 Value $2,45 ,
Sale Price ------------------m-
, ( a Piece Goods < ; Special Gift Sale on Christmas Toys Khaki Pants $2.25 Value 15 t{

all colors, 20c Values Sale Price uuUhU.
( i Sal Price -___:___-_________.___ 1 10e. j SPECIAL( GIFT SALK OF LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS :
I Check Gingham, all colors, 40c Value 19c' IN CHRISTMAS PACKAGES. ."
( Sale Price ------- i
1( : Checks, cotton, 45c:Value I Christmas Is Approaching 1,000 Bungalow Aprons, $1.00 Value 55
Shepherd 20c
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Sale Price
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+ 45e Value 1 1,000 Men's\ Ribbed Underwear I
Suitings Sale: ,Price all Colors_____and____Plaids..._________ .-- 23e Make your plans for Christmas Shopping during thisChristmas Sale Price _n_________'_________. 49c $
; '! y. Wool Serge'all colors, $1.00 Value OC L $2.00 Cotton Union Suits \ .;
k Sale I Price -_---_--!----_- --- MUU Sals I Price i _..____,__ ___________ $1,19 .:
Special prices on all\ Mattress Ticking anti also .. }lcl 's Elastic Seam Drawers '
Hickory' Stripe Shirting IRC Economy Sale 49c
l Price --- -------------- }!
Sale Price ---......------ -- .
._ 75c Men's Balbriggan Underwear \ (."
Sale Price .
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3 Men's Overcoats 0 r Sale
$8.00 Wool Blankets
i; Men's Overcoats, Black, all\ sizes $9.45 Sal e Price ________________ $3,95
Price, $7.43 to ...
Sale ----- -- JO.r.O Blankets

4'''w'l 'E Men's Rain, Co Sale eta Price, Rood .Mercerized.,. ____ -- --- ed; Something to weai-thats the thing! And let 'us sell you; Our -JfS.OO Comforts!! ,.
$Z 75
Ladies, Glove Silk__. Hose, $5 Valuo $3,95 prices will. enable. you to give more'presents. I Salo Price --------_-_--_---_--_- ,
Sale Price --- ---
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Full Fashion Silk Hose $3.50 Value ,

I.t Sale Price ._________:______--_ "1' Sale Price .._--------------- 59c
.. Ladies' J'ull Fashion Silk Hose, 2.50 Value QCp Sugar, pound 7 Soiarene. $1.00len'lI!\ Si-I; ;
1 ________ ._____ Sale; Price ____ . "- Sale Price 4c8c 45 c
1 Sale Price ------- --------------- ----------------------- Sale Price -
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1 LrtcllCIS Jk Hose, All Colors $1.50 Value CQC 24 pounds> Bent Self Rising ]Flour 85c 15c:; ,Extract
______... Price ______________L______ __ Sale Price -_ 75c Men's Silk Hose 25c10c
Sale Price ------ ---- Sale; ------- ----------------- Sale Price. ------ __ ._u_"_ _
Indies'.\ Silk Hose, All Colors, $1 Value OO 30c Ketchup_ Bottle 7 bars Export or U. S. Mail Soap
Sale Price -___,____________ ._ AJULmli Sale Price _______________*-___ u 18c Sale Price ___un____.____ ----- 25c 25c O Men's Lisle Hose
Sale Price _-__ _
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[ H' Clock!PriceJ.Hose.__,_95e____Value_ ..I. d9nSulc 20e Sale Salmon Price, No.-.1 .__. --. u__ -- 1 13c 1R.Sale Ice Price ._,--u-u_______-__ 11 s ?-- rSi' u
Special\ Prices given on Lard, Bacon. Butter,
All Colors, 25c Value Q- lOc Packages! of Macaroni 8 lOc Rice .. 4c Coffee, Feed, Orits and Meal. Come for
Ladies' Cotton Hose C and ate
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Florida in Short ParagraphsLL' 1:1:; I the time situ) was holdinn' her unanl I l>ow.l.. Dumb Ami,Sour Stomach tl ---- t tII
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I ;;Ja I I skull protect violently! was thu against fractured I lad she the, rendering ground was thrown that her un her*"> I j \\b'utt's!!' ...Pills troubles I II II : ,:i iI t

conscious.\ The child escaped unhurt.

t Told by Our Exchanges. ''on November 2ith at the convention I

Saturday the Jacksonville prison j I ill Green 'ove Springs!!, after Mrs. \. I I <
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nms tstumot: IImIRmlDmnmlmmlDIlIImJ! :mmoomnmumrommlJmmmmlDlllwwmmmmmlD. form/ turned over a new I leaf with anew In.' Whitman, of Orlando, chairman of

throat cut, head crushed and body captain at the helm, Byron Parker I conservation for the federation, had I

Icarwater has taken on a building bruises, lying alongside a railroad an experienced ofHrial. He was told what has been done by some nf THE UNIVERSAL CAR I I .n

om during the last two months, and track several hundred yards outside elected superintendent by the city I tho clubs and other agencies ami had .e- I. "

,irponters are hard; to get. the town yesterday afternoon. commission to succeed Capt. W. A. urged 'the importance of making our

--- Ellis immediately following the dismissal I public highways! more attractive NewPrices ,

Since the strawberry season opened In a big special forty-eight page of James A. Bowen, assistant The )Florida Development Hoard

inlay, with Thanksgiving shipments ,edition the other day the Daytona superintendent, and S. J. Roberts, u recommends to the chambers of commerce -
::120 quarts, a total of G21 quarts Daily News told all about the way guard for the cruel treatment of an I and other civic ngctuus <
fcjtvc been shipped from Plant Cityh things are prospering and going on irresponsible prisoner, James Roosevelt co-opcrnto with the women'sclubs ,

returns of $1,368.! in that city. A number of pages were Nov. 22nd.Declaring '" in their communities m furthering Chassis, Regular $235 !. \ :

devoted to the forthcoming air sports the highway buniitiluiitioii.
"resident Harding had Kissimmoo and races to be held at Daytona Beach that she was tiring of work and that so fur us possible, live, I Reg. $269 l' '

awberries for Thanksgiving dinner. when the gliders! and low power airplanes life and would bo better off dead, Mrs oaks, palms, hibiscus, olelllld"1'1i111.1 Car 1'1'I'

..pecinlly constructed carrier of the will compete for fame and also Ella: Stone, of Tampa, ended her life other tropical plants be used along I' Touring Reg. $298 II I(. s

'fries was expressed to the White demonstrate the newest of ait me Saturday by asphyxiation. Shortly the highways. Truck Chassis

,use by the Kissimmee Chamber of chanics. after the noon hour her husband entered $380 !

nnmercc.A. the house and went in search of ,, i Club Coupe '
The mu\I'8\ in Saruotn hllarrallj.'l'd $530't I'
hot When he the kitchen
Over fifty thousand acre"- of land I approached \ for planting 2,"> llawuiiaueucoamt ,
party of yoking\ men out in -a car
door detected the odor of
has changed hands in Baker county escaping palms along the sheets in : Sedan $595
I'olieo Sergeant Mecks of Tampa, '
the door he found
vnilu out hunting on the Manatee in the past sixty days. Two big mif- tas. Upon opening their city, on December LOth. as! a I II ?
his wife the floor in frontof
line series are taking in more land and lying upon memorial to the 25 departed members I These are thelowest prices of Ford Carsin I
runty came across a nine foot the door of the stove I I!
expanding their business for the rush open oven gas of the club Metal tags have been He-; i
xltlesnakc that had 10 rattles. He and in front of her four history of the Ford Motor
was a ounce cured ouch with the Company
that is bound in the the
to come near fu engraved name ,
the hide I
to his friends
at I
i r showing bottle of chloroform about four-fifths
IV* station. ture. Land prices are steadily ad- of one to be honored, und one will be : Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

vancing and a general trend of better empty. securely attached to the t trunk of each
promptly to insure early delivery.J. j1
times and is noticed! tree.
prosperity on every -
Fire of mysterious origin destroyed
hand. Tampa's second fatality of the pre-

tile engine shops, roundhouse and a ent hunting season was recorded Sat. W. ANDREWS JR.,

small office building of the Atlantic urday when T. A Manning, 18, was An improved method of boll weevil

Coast Line at Port Tampa, causing a From Miami the information comes instantly killed on a hunting trip control has recently been announcedby I _,_ ........ ._
near .
that big radio station is to be erect . ,-.. .... .
loss estimated by officials of the rail- a Six Mile creek. The load of "shot, Dr. Wilmon Newell, plant commissioner I -.. -- -.- ...-.-

road at about $150,000.In ed at Hialeah and the details are I which was said to have been fired accidentally for the State Plant Board and!
amazing to those who have not triedto I
from Manning's gun, entered director of the Florida agricultural II

( response to the appeal made to keep up with the wonders of this I' below the jaw, causing instant experiment station. The official announcement II I I r

Christian America to relieve starving newly proposed method of communi, death. According to Manning's companions gives the information I H. HAROLD HUMEPro.lilenl Win. P. SIMMONS D. A.MORRISON. Jr.

I cation. The proposed plant is of such Vlc..Pr..ifl ,. ...
and distressed thousands of Chris- on the trip he had just killed that the method, with some variations "nt S. & !> k

tians in Asia Minor the Tarpon proportions as to suggest the employment to meet local conditions probablybe
I a bird and had seated himself on the ran Best Fertilizers Insecticides f Sprayers Poultry
Springs sponge fishermen today raised of hundreds of thousands of dollars Ford car with the shotgun between adopted in other cotton growing "
a purse of $10,000 .which will be in capital and a great many work his knees, when it fired in some man states. Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

dispatched to Greece at an early date. men. ner. The gun is thought to have slip- At the annual convention of the association Prompt Shipment, 4

ped in some way. of land grant colleges in
The canning plant for grapefruit is Many inquiries to the office of Coun- November 23rd: Ark your neighborknow! t'
Washington on a
Detective Henry Lillienthal, of Gel New Full price list. Before Buying
now bp<*n at Stuart. This plant is a .
in the eastern part of Punta Gordn number of boll weevil control methods
branch of the St. Lucie Packing Com- : Jacksonville were made following the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer
I Saturday night stopped at the housecf were discussed. The Cotton council Co, Jacksonville Fl.,
pany. The machinery is now being installed j{I' publication of a story announcing the Carl Driggers to get some infor had prepared recommendations for I II

and it will be handling great i finding of a skeleton of a white man ; mation the boll weevil before the
': : they say. Driggers is said to controlling 3, 5t
quantities of grapefruit in a short near the Florida country club golf I
have ordered them to be gone\ ard announcement of the Florida method,
links Ortega Sunday afternoon f
time, \ near. the young men. allege that they wereleaving and, in view of the promising results,
None of the callers could throw I
!!, any when Driggers fired at them the cotton council 1 said it was clearly
Some idea of the importance of the light on the deceased, believed to tune ;
with a shotgun loaded with desirable that experimental application
-itru fruit in the state been dead for nearly a They offered I
industry maybe year.
A larg number of the hot took effuutin of the Florid: plan should be
gathered from the report made at !! a number of suggestions as to
the legs of two of the young'men, made in each state.
the meeting of the association in Polk whom the man might have been.
and the father of one swore out a The Florida development board ree;

county recently, showing that 75,0001;I' i warrant against Uriggers. charginghim ommends that this new method be
acres arc set to groves in that coun- U. 10'. Jones of Bartow has added to
with assault! with intent to commit named tho "Florida' :Method of Boll
: the bird and animal coliection housed '
ty. i e
I i murder. Weevil Control, in order that the e o
I| in the rooms of the chamber of com I
state get proper credit now and
Arthur Goyanes, 20, of Tampa, lies merce the skin of a rabbit killed a few
Thanksgiving strawberries sold high i in future years for work dune, by her -
d-vul from a gunshot wound in the days ago, which is covered with hail ,
this year, for customers paid $,1.2/j/ a : research officials., The method is nowwld.ly
hntk of his head and Alfred LloBa: 20 nearly three inches long, though it Is -
quart for them delivered on the rail discussed by farmers, bankers,
his chum, is out on bond of $5,000: t tightly curledVhether, the rabbit, i
road at Plant City. Bidding for the i merchants and manufacturers Interested
Charged with the homicide, as the retail '' which was shot on the Lake Wales
Cure Your Meats the
berries opened at $1.25 a quart and in this world jtiple crop, and If I
of tho numerous hunting parties rued i was simply a freak or was one
rapidly lose to $4.80 in some places every person who has opportunity to
staged' around Tampa today. Llosa of a species new to this section of the t i
One farmer received check for 72.2i mention the subject will refer to i it I
claims the shooting of his chum was country, is not understood by those
for a lot of 17 quarts, tho best actual as the Florida niethull l. the name will
accidental.Dr. who believe themselves thoroughly
sale price of the season. One quart soon become established., Cold
Storage Way r re
i i well acquainted) with the wild game of) :
of berries was sold at auction for $103:

Fred Bize dentist, of Tampa, Polk county. the bidding having begun at $3. The Cures Malaria, Chills, .

died in a hospital as the result' of n seller sent tho money to the children's 666 and F'r. Dengue or .
fractured skull received when he fell Henry Dannelly was shot and killed -
homo at Tampa as a Thanksgiving
Itilioim )I'orr.'
down an outer flight pf steps at his by a night watchman named Mar- ,I

apartment home sometime during the tn: employed at the Harbeson Mill, gift. I e
night or early morning. lie was discovered DeFunink. The auto, which a partyof I
Chief of Police Revels, of Lake City ft'Quinine ..i ijuiBe '" u I .1 t p. II ,
Sunday morning at 7:30: in nil live were in reached a point about .
wvs shot Thursday night In a manner ftn.e! N'tl.'oI'\8\ tt i i1IV : 1 t i .
weRt '
Ul .era 1
unconscious condition and was rushedto five miles of DeVuniak: it was ,. .
closely resembling the methods of foreign by 't i vouItfln'il r-in i nw
the hospital. lIe never regained stated, when something caused Dan- \\i.mj' i IW.6Luf ".d', '' ,

consciousness.! nelly to use his temper nod indulge in of the born country:feudists, and in died the early larger Friday cities ; Our cold storage plant is open and we ,

He was cautioned to stop,
from the wounds. Revels in JOHNWIHTE&CG.
was an
V. C. Johnson, well known Dins- and it was then.it was asserted, he will be glad to handle your fresh meats
automobile parked before the pdstof- LOUISVILLE, KY. i'.VV5SWJ I
more dairyman, has been awarded the walked around the car with an avow I
flee when three unidentified men droveup id.bli.hetls18r1 Wk.1', \ I
the chamber ed intention of to Martin. The rli"'i) .
cash prize of $50 given by getting
in a small touring car and opened! Llh..1...ortm.nt "d);', ,11 I I I
of commerce for the largest yield! latter shot he claims in self defense.A full V.lu. Bald r-,. ftA&tejfrVXP II I
fire on him with pistols and a shot- '
ot acre in Duval county. woman named Rose Renfroe, was '
corn on one II
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gun. The officer received several Furs .
. Hia yield was 105; 1.8 bushels: on one In the car with her two brothers at wounds aw I .
.. and his cur and tho buildingin ,
acre. Several other contestants made the time and were witnesses to the I
the background were peppered with .... ....., .- ---.1"- I
| creditable showings, Mr. Watson said, killing. Martin arrested.
pistol bullets and buckshot. The assassins '::: ::"::''L.i.-.t': : : : ; ?1 I II
producing from forty to sixty-five

.' bushels on their contest acres. Mrs. Ophelia Yates, wife of Dan disappeared after the' shoot i
Ing and nothing had been developedthis i Florida State
five Queer FarmI.
I tI Yates, well known farmer living
1 forenoon to indicate their identity.
: Four negroes are held on suspicion miles west of Bonifay, "icd Monday .
Revels with '
was unpopular a certain
1 at Perry in connection with the killing as a resulb of !injuries received Sun4
: J. S. ttUTCII Superintendent
' element here and it had been ru- .
yesterday of Miss Ruby Ilendry, a day afternoon when she was thrown Feelings"Some I "
mored on the streets for several day. 1' /
young school teacher. The body of frost a wagon, caused by the running

Kh* young woman was found with her away of the mule She either fell or that it was only a question of time / time ago 1 was very z: i 11.c i Raiford/'w. I 1

when he would be killed. / Irregular," writes Mrs. Cora z: .. .
.. Kobie of i'ikeville, Ky. "I : _
/ suffered a great deal, and knew z:
I must do something for this ., '
L SF SICK TODAY! : HO A III>)> / condition. I suffered mostly fi t ,

/ with my back and a weakness /

Two years ago the Florida Develop- / my limbs. I would have dreadful / GENERAL
headaches. had hot flashes INSURANCEHAROLD
ment Board that Florida
f. suggested / and very queer feelings, and oh, / .
citrus fruits, pecans, marmalades, how my head hurt I I read of C. WALL )

etc. be utilized for Christmua /
; \ TAKE NO CALOMEL"Dodson's presents /
I to' friends in other states in an

effort to introduce and popularize our CARDDIThe ST t I II I I FLORIDA 2

products elsewhere. The suggestion

''r solved the Christmas problem for fa FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE .
Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than many Floridians and visitors who V- .. ,

. gent their Christmas greetings with J

Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset some fruit or other product typicallyof / Woman's Tonic |

.. Florida.In and of others, who seemed to KEEP BOOTLEGGING i CLEAN I Its practices are not standardized

You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee renewing the suggestion this have the same troubles 1 had I ethics U not codified. Without organization -

year the 'Florida development board being benefited so I began to / The sensitive feeling of the boot, there Is no way to keep low-

1 discovered a vegetable compound tongue, ague, malaria ., sour stomach urges also the use of subscriptions to / use It.. found I took It several most t bottles beneficial. / leggers are beginning to be hurt because minded black sheep from tainting the i

flat) does the work of dangerous or any other distress caimnd by a Florida newspapers as Christmas / . and was made so much / an unappreciative public does husi I'sll.

Mcki'ninn culomrl and I want torpid ,liver a. quickly an IlOll... of presents, especially to those persons better 1 didn't have any more / not accord them the respect to which otleglCllIlC ought to attract our

mailer of this papeP<< I to buy 'a. both vile, naum-atingcalomel. .....i<1.** it will who have been in the state at sometime z: trouble of"this kind. It regulated high-minded business men are entit- bent people so it'* only natural that 1
for a few cents, and if it donn't not make sick or froma / me. I
seep you
I In the past and who will be should want to
ftriughtpn you up better and quicker day' work. par Cardui has been found very / led. Said one of them in Pennsyl bootleggers guard
than Motivating calomel justgo back Calomel U poison-it'. mnrcury -it ticularly interested in the daily or :z helpful In the correction of many vania: their lily whit ne i. A bootleggero'

tn the store and got your money back. attacks the bone often causing rlieuma- weekly news from the eity or community :z cases of painful f email disorders / "What bootleggers have got to' bloc in congress wouldn't bo a bad 4
I guarantee that one spoonful of tism. Calomel in danK" roui. It visited. such as Mrs. Robie / we
rMAon't Liver Tone will your, icki>nn-while my IJodnon'i l Liver Tone / mentions above. If you. suffer do Is to get together and convince the Id**. In no other country'It" the industry -

.lu4iri i.h livpr to work and clean your in safe, pleasant and harmlen Eat Z as she did, 'ake Cardui-a / public that we are honest, reliable handicapped as it la hure. To

thirty feet of bowel of the our bile anything afterward, because it can The week of December 8th to 15th purely vegetable/: medicinal / business men, entitled to the respect
and constipation poison which ictojrging not salivate. Give It to the childrrnbraaiue has been designated by the Florida tonic in use for more than 40 confidence of the community." equalize conditions congress really
your system and making you it doesn't upset the stomach Federation of Women's Clubs as tree years. It should help you. ought to give American bootleggers a
fwl mi...T ble. or shock the liver. Take. spoonful Sold Everywhere. The bootlegging Industry la so new M'
I guarantee that one spoonful of this toAiffht and wake up feeling' Ono and planting week, especially for the pure EM th't undoubtedly the bootleggfrs are I subsidy, like Mr. Lasker wants for the (

harmless liquid liver medicine will ready for a. full day's work. lose of beautifying highways and the uttering from Its chaotic conditions. thlpa.-Milwaukee Journal.

'Peine the headache, biliouaoeu. coated? borne grounds' This action was taken C M1


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I (Agency have been tastefully decorated Henry, W. L. Wall, Mrs. E. R. Marsh- [ to their attention, especially the cheap any" means "manifestation" and we tft_s'" .jJf.!' 'mhl to; -=

G Bradford! County t Telegraph I I[ by Oscar, the local artist.", For a burn, R. S. Powell, II. L. Brownlee, | matter sometimes appearing in text think how He was manifested to the {&"tor*>>vitality.., mir 11' by purltylnl!

.,_ border, about his office, G. M. Inman, L. L. Leach, T. D. Dyal, Mrs. D. II. i books that have no place in tho cur Gentiles when the Wise Men came to :hind,;the blood. Y'. ;am: wen teal.*f!alkr rm.,

i manager of the agency, has had Damon, J. A. Harnagc, E. S Gainey, riculum of our schools and colleges. worship Him urin wo thinkof mL'/ivluojatinil. Ehmit\ p,.,r .MQw
Published weekly and entered as the various fruits which Good ,
I I Miss Kate Livingston, Meat T. F. And while we are writing of this topic His temptation; on Friday, of -

t 'i I i second class matter, at the post thrive fruits in this section.that So it invltln"dothl.'se is certain, Mansell, R. C. Tower+ Martha C. Morgan 1 it might be well to say that Dr. Bul His[ Crucifixion; on Easter Day, Isis: *+' +++++++'r+++.III+t H +,fflwe .
resurrection Ascension His,
office at Starke, Florida. that the improvement will mean tho I H. I''. Redding, Rev. G. }c. Scott, len at the same time made it known ; on Day, :
Ascension on Whitsunday, the gift
p SL.Tr I II l bringing> hero of more than one new IE. B. Andreu, .1. S. ForsythfJ.: H. Ca- i i that the subject of divorce was to re of the ;
fATTnEWS Holy Spirit; on Trinity Sunday, Your Car Equipped t
E. 8. Editor: and Ozrneri *
resident. i son, John Uglow, Harry Ford, E. J. ceive some attention in the near fu- the three persons in the Godhead. With

i I 1 As a slogan Mr. Inman has", placedin Lewis( J. L. Parmenter, J. C. Ilarrcll, j ture, from the same pulpit. These are These truths of the OhrUtlunreligion +*

'I't"' l,, PUBLISHED!; EVERY FRIDAY a prominent placo the words" "When :I C. B. Roberts!'!, McDonald & Burg- I matters of national importance, and great aro presented to us in: the ; ; "CYCLONE VAPORIZER" +

i 1'I I SUBSCRIPTION RATE in doubt, trade with Strout. man, T. N. Kendrick, Mrs. M.\ E. Edwards I when ono who has made a study of round of the Christian year in a systematic Saoea gasoline :t

\ Per Year _____________________$2.00 I "HOWDER'S JJlfi SALE '! Joe Griffis, Wesley Smith, C. thtm speaks upon them it will be manner. This In our guide so Gives/ more power +
I', IN I": I.I. SWING:': C. Cowart, J. W. Padgett, Mrs. W. L. worth while listening to the discussion that over-emphasis will not be t placedon Mak sterling tasy i

I Bugg, HeVma LeClair, Mrs. I. 'L. ::; of tho subjects. w one to the neglect of another. We Price $4.50 Installed atBOREE'S
: I ", STARKi: :, FLORIDA I The gigantic/ sale Iii. dry jroo.Ja, : Pinholster, W. J. Stallings, C. E. Harper should try not to be lop-sided Christians

1 i la tho county seat of Bradford county shoes. etc., inaugurated on November' I. W. PinholBter, Jr., B. G. Dyal, G. M. Inman local of theE but be symmetrically developed.So i GARAGE t tI

f: a, town of 1500 population; located 21th JH now in full awing People are R. U. ParmenU'r, E. E. Green, R. 1\1. A. Strout Farm, manager called at this time we try to stress the ti
Agency, was -
in the best agricultural section of coining from far and near taking advantage 'I Alvarez, D. L. Gatlin, Mrs. F. J. Fie" importance of observing these days i
1 upon by the Jacksonville branch of and seasons as they come and go. +'**+++*+++'++++++*+*+++++++
of the unprecedented'burvnins.
the State. many Miss Ida Sweat, :Mil Emma Johnson, his to to Georgia to -
company go appraise
i' :' Starke Is beautifully located; has Mf. Crowdor announced (; Miss Cecil Hall. a 12, 00-acre"tract of land I! _

I wide paved streets lined with trees; that there is stock} enough for all. A wrh. r ., ,x,,.. i"m"s"'F" ,+,'r' '1-aJ' ew.i_ '1i.
"Tho effect of Bradford County Tel-I I : 1_.N.rW7 Y .n.*. '1 + .e : a? 4 Iry
excellent water and sewerage I I There seems to be an unusual { ttaar s sh ,
light graph advertising was clearly/ felt," :MA YOU PEEK SPEAKS ON ?n ,I
+ systems, well constructed building; said Mr. trowder.: "It was through' amount of interest started among the SANITARY :MATTERS I ,4k w,1

I "i } grade and high school second to none; the columns 'of that paper that the : high school pupils by the announce I ? vIW'

1 five churches, broom factory, national people of Bradford county were able merit that Dr. Bullen is to preach lit It is hoped that every citizen of I 4. Zf. ? ts,43r."* &+srtm. *" 1 ,rrG' ir' C n, '
I I I ly known mineral! spring( { and the best to learn what I hud in store for them. least one sermon, possibly more than Starke will read carefully the town I!I ,+ xrai&fggrjftS VCT r iKW<

stores in the country Two railroads I am more than ever convinced that. one, on the subject of Evolution. It i ia Is ordinance on closets and sewerage of mMEEEEirSN ,

( supply excellent transportation facil- Telegraph advertising pays" I subject that is receiving a great same published in this issue of the I i

ities. It is one of the largest strawberry dial 'of attention today, and immature Telegraph, especially those who have I x sSSakfe I ,
1'ARI'Y TENDERED: .MR. G. A. COL- not so far installed( sewer connections. t '
raising sections in the South minds are likely to become confusedby I P
; L1NS SATURDAYA All health authorities condemn closets i i pt I I 1 1. 1 1k"
IM snatches of thought that may come ..
w, 1\ I without sewerage as very deleterious '

,iii Hon.[ R. A. Green, county judge of ijlcasintf party was tendered Mr. .I to the health of any community, h I I II
A. Collins at his home Saturday besides being an offensive nuisance ?
% ;. Bradford county, has announced his I George on
(' candidacy to "succeed Congressman night last In event of his birth M Failure to install sewer connectionsby 1

Frank Clark, who will not be a candidate I day. A large number of friends", were rENTAWORDII.JCOLU some Is not fair to those who have I

4'" for re-election. Judge Green has I in attendance, paying their respects complied with said ordinance. If all I z6-Piece SJrowing
to M" Collins. I would comply it would reduce the cost Thoilp
4 a long record of successes in the political Dc Lugt "" '
.r ,. field and will be a formidable During the evening a salad courso tl7 the town of the garbage/: man fully I Lratherrtt .M Croapclror p '
,I contestant for the congressional nom dinner was served. Music and singing ono-half, and also add largely to the I i l ,, Pattern in P''

ination. He announces that he will ( did much to make the party a j _. r revenue of our water supply. Cheat I'' ( 1 4 iii f CommunityIDE.1L Q '

; and active pleasant affair. I IAmong ': Sanitation and 11J !, Plate +,
wage a long campaign I FOR SALE--Cow and 2 months old saves /good health ,y c ,
throughout the congressional district tbose present were Mr. andbits. eats!j down disease!'! and doctor's bills. ,t .t { ,
calf. Cow mixed Holstein/ and Jer I
and he feels 1 confident of adding an B. Sr Collins, Miss Eugenia Taylor I 111' therefore economy to all to comply i, h- > ,
I excellent milker. J! O. Turner
and Tom Neff, of Jacksonville, Mr. j
other victory to his political record. 'I StarkeT with the ordinance. We cannot ,,
He has twice been a candidate for office and Mrs. Ed K. Neff, DIr and Mrs. C. 12-8ttf.( have a clean, wholesome town so long |

y in his homo county and in both Younjr.Mr.! and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. !I as these closets remain as they are.
and Mrs. II. M. Snyder, Miss Carrie LOST-Thanksgiving+ day, round ,
instances won a signal victory. There There are more than one hundred
Uglow Mrs. C. C. Dendon, of New.;> brooch, set with pearls, small opalIn
i"i therefore to believe ,
every reason premises in the town now in reach of
I + I Mr. anti1rI1''G.! : M. Ia I center. Reward if returned tMrs. I
York City,
4 i that he will have the strong supportof I sewer mains with closets without sew
Theodore Young, R. A. Green, !' F. A. Scott. ,
/ is home folks in the contest for.a I man, H"'I erase Let us all cheerfully comply
Rev. A E. Dunham and others. i I
seat in the national congress.IpGII I with the ordinance. J. '
1F FOR SALE- -cylindc OJd mobile ,
touring car in good running order i E
y t> Cheap to quick buyer. Cash 01'

1 9l, Olin : terms or will exchange for real estate ,
!Dire W. White a party I
I Friday, December 1st, A. C. Roland gave school' Apply Boree's Garage :MARK'S CHURCH I!
children of her Sunday '
fur tho
brought the first full quart of 'I III fiN CHRISTMAS GIFT
class last Saturday afternoon, at her I
WANTED Coloured
; strawberries of the season to Starke. street. men or womento Service on the Second Sunday in I :
home Sanderson i
The berries were of the Missionary\ charming on sell guaranteed hair softener and You will find :
I The little guests played games on the Advent at 7:30: p. m. i a most complete display i I \
uniform in size[ and'of fine to colored Sell l II
variety, straightener people. '
c und themselves of useful articles from which select '
'''r real | spacious grounds! enjoyed The teaching of this season is the to
color G. M.\ Inman energetic
; on sight. Experience unnecessary C I IAf
Kodak .
hugely. pictures were
first and second of Lord
I + estate man, proposed to sell the quart coming our
taken of the gathering, then refreshments $50.00: a week for full time, $IDU I Id '
of berries at auction and in a few limo and the preparation for those events. 1
were served consisting{ of sandwiches an hour spare The Hair StyloCo. '
'' l' 'minutes it was knocked down to the The firet of Christian
Sunday thQ
year ::
cakes and home made candy. ., C037 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, DeWITT C. JONES "
Bank, of Starke "the' bank of helpfulservice"
y ( is the Sunday nearest to St. Andrews
? the hos- *
After charming
more ,
'I games 111. ll-17-4t ,
-for $5.50. / '' Day, which is Nov 30th. The wo.rd' !, HARDWARESHOP
U>ss gathered her flock together and' --- I i ,
Mr. Roland here from Texas
; came told some entertaining stories. At the WANTED-We want/a/ reliable man "advent" means "coming," and that
not long He took firm hold of
.. conclusioneach, guest received a large to represent us in the sale of mon is tho thought which we now have in ----- - ,
and has '
I things/ already proved a successful I "I -
G v farmer. He owns the former sweet orange, after,which they took,.. ments and headstones in Starku and mind. At Christmas time we celebrate r,
r their leave, thanking the hostess for : section. Permanentand that event. The word "Epiph
t Thrower place, near Temples mill. surrounding :
the afforded them. Sixteen
} } Among others who have lately | profitable( work. Write at once
e children were guests at the party --- .
1 brought strawberries to Starke in I for agency. Atlas Marble Company, -

quantities are Mrs. Luton Morgan, Ball Ground, Ga. 12-1-It .
who lives near Temples mill, and Wm. CARD OP THANKS I r

Monden, who lives in the southwestern SEEDS-1023 catalog. If not already I .

G .; portion of Starke. The berries To the many kind friends who remembered on our list send name and addressfor ..

.; are readily sold at good prices. us in the bereavement of | your copy This book will con- EARLY TAKE YOUR CHOICE

s(, our loved one, we wish to express our''' tain valuable information for both ,

v THE PROTESTANT BROTHER.I heartfelt thanks for the many kind ,' the beginner and expert. Send!,,

HOOD deeds done. We also thank those who name promptly. Kilgore Seed Co.: ,

d contributed to the beautiful collectionof Plant City, FJa. 12-l-5t, PRE-CHRISTMAS] SALE

At'' the regular meeting of the flowers. >

'' Brotherhood December 4 Oh, what is life without a friend !!' COMMISSIONERS' BALE .. I .
,. on Monday, n..by nntfo )I. fflven that under and by ,
after some discussion, it was decidedto To dissipate our gloom i I virtu. or that certain drone of partition mini AT I

change the name from the "Pres A path where naught but briers !grow, and County entered, Florida In the In Circuit chancery Court dttin of .Bradford on the _

I byterian Brotherhood" to the "Protes Wht"e flowers never bloom. 17th lay of October. A. D. 1022. In favor of
IT R. Uml..rhlll, Ruby Un.lorhlll and mil\
M1 tant Brotherhood, as the name seemed 'Tis friends who make this desert Undurhlll. complainant, and Kalimt" C. M. STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE
to be misleading. The meeting tlnderhlll CUM Con, a minor, and John C.
f' time has also been changed from the world Cone aa defendantj. the unrieralirned. as commliwlonen I
the : will offer an To blossom as rose; : .
'i 'second and fourth \ of each
Monday .
'louth door of the courthouia In Stark Flop
month, to tho first and third Monday I, Strew flowers o'er our rugged path, i ij 'I'I ,Ida, durinir the taml bean of axle on Monday BARGAINS FOR ALL OPPORTUNITY IS HERE
tho 4th day of Dmymber. A. D. 1022LO .
y, 1 qf each month. *" j I I Pour sunshine o'er our woes"' tha hlirhpst and .beat bidder for cash In

i'' .\ This organization is intended to be : Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bishop, Mr. and hand tha following flcrlhed property, alt-
uaW.i i and 1 lylnir In Bradford county. Florida,
helpful to any man in the community, Mrs. II. A, Bishop. :to-wlt IHoulheaMt
y ; regardless of his religious belief Articles I "Quarter of Northwest Quarter
mil Northwent Quarter of Northeant guarWr A Sale of
I + IJ, III and IV, of the, provisional TELEGRAPH'S: I HONOR ROLL of Southwest. Quarter, and NoHhweH Towering Magnitude
; constitution explain this fully. 'An- Quarter of Southwcat Quarter and North Hnlf /

'ii_ othe| object of the organization+ is tot of Southweit in Suction Quarter 13 Townnhip of Southweat 6 South Qimrtnrill Rnnire. matchless
This entire is
t Name of Those Who Paid Subscriplion store ablaze with sensational and -values. There are bargains
,4*. ; find employment for worthy young: 2l! Emit al.o l Noithriuit Qunrter of Southoa
*JT( men.: The employment committee I' / During November Quarter' and North Half of Southeaat Quarter everywhere. Money never went so far before. We have picked the Christmas
t' xf Southenat Quarter {In Section 14. townnhil
,,. 1 would be pleased to hear from any, a I South, Kanm 21 Eaat, eontainlnic 170 acra. !season of the year for this sale, fully realizing that now, if any time, people are out to

t one needing help, and any worthy I j J. E:. Bohannan, Elizabeth DeSue, moo or Ivaa. T. .1. GRIFFIN, buy. We have the stock, we carry the goods that pleat*-gifts for father mother,

h person needing work will be assisted", I i'W, E. Wainwright, O. E. Roden, J. E. 1,. BIOOS sister brother, sweetheart or friend. From our large assortment you are certain to

'y) 4f; ", in finding it. <, B. Florrid, Dolton Carter, G. W. C. A.. KNIGHT,CommUitoncra' find that gift which will make someone happy. Hundreds will join in this excitement

't ,',I Every meeting is enthusiastic. There Green, Mrs. Catherine Tears, F. E.I'R.1: M. JOHNS.Solicitor for-Complainants.. 11-a-at-I2.1 I ofeconomy seekers that will batter their way to our value-wonders. Now is your opportunity
is committee music and this
.v i a on There, is parf+ to make your pennies, dimes and dollars buy more than they ever bought be
'j is not neglected something --------------- -------- --------
,rc ,I special for oach occasion. r .. I fore. Shop early, take your choice of our goods which are now on display Buy heavyas
r' t .:' :: ,:: probably you'll never have such chance againin months. It's our first.Pre-Christ-

; MERRY WORKERS MET AT MRS. mas Sale and we are giving you prices that will make you buy.

.. I 1f M.\ SNYDER'S HOME: Santa Claus has opened Toyland. II..has left many nice things for Boys and 'Girls[

'" Juahita' CafeUnder -little gifts that please the young at such n small cost. Come Nand tell SantaClaus

The Merry"Workers, formerly the what you want for. hristmas AVOID THE RUSH. SHOP EARLY.
II ;II 1 Circle entertained
Sewing were pleasantly

y .. on Monday evening by Mrs. II.
1(' M. Snyder at her home.,, A full often New Management BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS

h1f dance was present and a splendid so .

cial hour wQanjoyell.I ... .
I During. to.roared of the evening! '
jl'' i refreshments, consisting of orange I wish to announce to the p'ubtic'that SHOES LADIES' HATS DRESS GOODS

p ,; 'crush,>p<)Und cake, fruit salad and The bottom is out on Shoes.Vhat would please a woman A Christmas dress would delight

wafers were served. ,At an early I have purchased theuanifa Cafe We ran fit any member of the morg than an attractive hat? many a girl orTady. ,Our
tl hour the Workers departed, after vat Mr. family/ in style, comfort and Our display comprises the sea!' line of Serges are those which
from Arthur Williams. I will
p// s? leg Mrs. Snyder* an excellent hostess easo at prices of $1.98 and! son's latest, classiest and most have service in every yard'They
.rr: t? r and a-royal entertainer. conduct this restaurant with the same ,down. These aro rock-bottom appropriate models. The prices will make attractive skirts and ,

l' prices. are ridiculously low. dresses, and so reasonable. '.
'. ONLY $1.50 PER WEEK
Mr. Williams advocated .
--L policy as '
To Learn to Play the Real Hawaiian (
t Guitar plenty to eat at a reasonable price. '

: .1'' .You take the-course--- and I we'll give VQU will find our food clean and To land.. Is Open 1

f the Hawaiian guitar free. It Will
P y; coat you you less than $t5.00 for a full ,wholesome, and our service unexcell Santa Claus has opened Toyland. He has left many nice things for boys

course, and you jmy 'it by the week IIIed.. CI[I will appreciate your patrori- and girls. Little gifts that please the young at such a small cost. Come in
und the guitar. Call < and
get me tf for "
and tell Santa Claus what want Christmas.
ip ; just tell me that you would Irke to .age knowing full .well the merits of you ....
see one of bur new Hawaiian guitars r I.

and tell me where to come to. this entitle it. I
restaurant to
o r+ I, Also for sale at a bargain, good us STOREI

; line of Hawaiian Guitars, Stnjdard)!! j STUMP'S DEPARTMENT .
Guitars', Mandolins and Violins. mall | .
nad ace them. S
I iTASTEFULLY Avoid the rush
4', SLAUGHTER & 'SLAUGHTER. Shop early
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r and refresh son. These berries were beauties and day There( are still many who are fr<>m a passage of Scripture seldom I
[ enjoyed the games
: would have been considered, fine even not members of any of the Oiblo touched upon in sermons, yet it answers \ .

nients. I in the hei hth of the season. schools, in the town, and it is such! I questions that rise in the mind ) it
I Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee arid i A men and women, boys und girls, that of every thoughtful/ person. You may ",I'!}

Bits of LocalInformation d& children, Hugh, Jr., and( Mary, mo- New cypress barrels, syrup cans of we seek for membership with us. Do I have some of these perplexities removed *- )

tored homo Sunday from DoLandhero all sizes, skimmers and dippers at I not wait to bo asked to come, my I by listening to an exposition of

\\ they had been guests of Col. Kk-kliter's. friend, wo shall be more than pleased I these striking words of our Lord.

and Mrs. .T E. Fut lu to have you present yourself for I Bring your visiting friends and neighbors f

I I Dr. and Mrs. J. .Bullen are attending membership in the school. | with you. .

1---01 Qmv P-. ...."", ..... t.rfka W. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee tho Florida Baptist State : Divine worship at 11:00: 'When tho (
_.. M. c._... --' T_ III state bank examiner, has been in the Convention in Gainesville this week. pastor will have a special] sermon on NOTICE" !: OP FIN At MSC1IAKGKNolle :

.. I IiIr city this week on business and, to visit Quite a number of the'members of "The Value of the Fragments." This I I. hon'by ,K t von to nil whom It nifty
:; ... ._, "'" r'r concern. Ihnt ttttt Rth tiny of February A. tIt
..Ifj his parents, \Mr. and Mrs. N. U. tha church are among( the great host i will be a sermon of value to tho rOlinA'rolk. UKi.t. 1 niln Htnily::: to tho Honoriibltt U.: A.: i
are tip f'I gathered In our neighboring city. I! 1 ((ran. }jmluit" of Hnltl court, .. jtulptn of pmhntaTill' li
Wainwright. 1i
t s Grlner, of the Melroso :Mrs. my tlnnl ilinelutrfo HN ttilmtnititrntnr of the
I uAtuUi <>.r !8. I*. Uvik1, drrcaHcd ; and that at)
Monday. ville, Sunday with her pal, i 11, Y. P. U. at (0:30\ m. The evening '
.it 'm town spent : p. j ttt ._ ----- ),lr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Anderson anal In Florida's balmy climate Thanksgiving I i "(icrvlve at 7oO:: is evangelistic, rottntu na n:tlitilnt).tri (or of nlit, otitiilo urn) '

Jonathan M. Dukes, of Dukes, I In hud! i son, Sambo, of Archer, spent Thursday dinners in the open Thursday are no unusual the- with hearty singing and gospel nor- ,! 5.k. for Iholr npurovul,JONATHAN' M DUKES *
Frank Pomeroy and Mr. Speniff :with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andor- occurrence. Lust! "TheMontoi' ,
) mess in Starke Tuesday. their dinneron mon. llr; Bullen will speak! ijn l"' !'M--i p,1 1
Gainesville, motored here SuiuUul son, returning/ home Friday, accompanied following party spread! This theme Is'''1 Itiilvil Dcrvmltnr 6th. A. D. 1DU2.tmmmcOMmmmftm : .
of Fe lake: Mr., :; Stumbling./
A. W. Anderson and tho shores Santn
friends. Mrs.
spent'! the day with j by --
A. Z. Adkins Is having his F. A. Scott Miss Doris :
';ol. resdence |I I 1 son. nnd Mrs- --- y i ie
enlarged and remodeled., I I Scott, L. A. and L. J. Wynn and fam-
:Mrs. T. J. Dekle had a grit -y
as and Mrs M. U \Vatter"nn.mil \\ntfnnumrnr\\ *it -* V {
'' ilietf Mr. {%
her home'on Thanksgiving dar.: and Mrs. W. J. Epperson,
i, M. Inman and Edward Burns Davis, of St. Augustine. tr Mr.Sheriff and Mrs. E. M. Davis and little of Hampton Graham, !Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Will E.Me-1 S.I I IEver"f '

,ant Wednesday In Jacksonville.W M t daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Alexander and son, Hndsell, of JaoK 'j Christmas Gifts l

Edward P. Duncan, banker? IIttmi I- and son, A. W. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. sonville. The menu covered a ]large; *
M. Wainwright has gone to has been in Starke duriino, Andersonjfof Archer, were guests on variety of choice eatables. I
{I'ampa on a business trip.j. *. Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. .
week acquaintances
renewing ineinbers of
George A. Anderson, of Lawtey. W. W. Colson is confined to hit \ In the, selection of Christmas Gifts for

W. Andrews, Jr., received nnoth- 'Prof. E. II. Poppell, who is el-! .. I home by sickness. I the family or friends it is not necessary to consider so e

,'r carload of Ford cars last Friday. pal] of the school in Melrose] spthe Mrs. W. E.Middleton spent Thanksgiving her much the Expense as it is tru>ick :\appropriate gift.'

Thanksgiving holidays here '".his day in L. EauGallie E. fowling.with Mrj.; I I want your eggs\/ and'will give 15, I It t's the article that fits the need of the receiver rather
mother, J. F. Kickliter. >I
Miss Mildred Crosby is at home family. : I andjoined cents cash. I in Giving" does
went to Jacksonville in dollars "Generosity
Middleton than the cost .
teaching a term at Perry.A.
again .
after I Mrs. W. A. Bailey and bij of a party of relatives] who Wednesday motored Mrs.! P. H. Neal], of Thcro!s wu I not mean necessarily the expense hut rather the joy of ',
E. Wall, Sr., of St. Petersburg, Tampa, came Saturday for a I at returning down to EauGallie home Saturday.Mr. on 'shopping! in Starke Monday. 1 receiving < Our selection of holiday gifts has not ; ,

here with his brother, W. L. Wall. the homo of her parents, Mr. a'Jrs.' 1 been We have picked the )gifts!; that we w
W. A. Dubosp. i J and :Mrs. O. I.. Bcasley had as third birthday on Monday. I knew would be a joy both to the donor and the receiver -
Mrs. J. F. Hunt, of Dado City, U: Thanksgiving day, her parents I the
guests on : does not take joy
W. J. Epperson- who.employed -The price of our goods
'suiting her sister, Mrs. Lorenzo D. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, ,
Green. by the S. A.: L. RaillttajentSunday Misses\ Mr.Jeanette and Clara Mae Dur- DeWitt C, Jones was a business visitor out of buying but is such that the pocketbook can
with his parents, ty 1 r. iMrs| to Lake. Butler Monday.We .
W. den, B. C. Bass and Lester Bass, all make tile 'ttJUmls. Surely from such an assortment .
J. Eppers!>n. !
Mrs. Sarah' L. Hamrlck is in Savannah -J of Tampa. The party motored hero chickens find something for your family or
for this
j and returned to Tampa ur visiting her daughter, }Mrs.. C. W.Denny. Wednesday -
Miss Iris Epperson I'jurn.Mhissecfh. Monday und turkeys. J. F. Kickliter. I friends. "
(ilhv eveninir from .
she was the' guest of Mr I.ml te. !I. Daugherty has been i i Mrs. E. T. Brown and children of i Gift 1 Ivory Toilet Sets
W. E. Toys
L. A. Davis and J. T. Quigley spent! B. Limbaugh.The Rev. Lake City, spent Thanksgiving! as the Holiday
since Uis return to Starke, putting j [Fountain I Pens
Saturday in Ocala looking after busi- / busy Cherry and guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ilndgea.Mr. ( Century Pencils t
his premises, corner
Ilea9.! Woman's Club W 31next Jefferson streets in !good order. Ho i Manicuring Sets Perfumes
Wednesday afternoon at had ditches dug for drainage and and Mrs. J. L. Peck and ehil- l P WatchesJohnson's
has ( Writing aner
Mrs. W. II. Lowman, of Ocala, Is at the club house in reg; lar (piness for cutting off the roots of tho shade dren. were visitors with friends in Grade Candy
ncre visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. meeting.Dr. trees along the street, and has converted Jacksonville on Thanksgiving. -: I High ,

alley 1 the entire unoccupied area into
W. E. Middleton 11us 'd to flourishing garden. II R. W. Wordell, of the Lakeside .('C- ,
George. C. Livingston, of Tampa, Is Atkinson, Ga., ]last we onccountof u / !linn, was n pleasant visitor at the The Nyni ProductsWith

the guest of his sister, Miss Kate LivngHton. the death of Jus brot"dleton. ", B), Mid- "The Arch Robber of our Country: i Telegraph olOee- Monday. ,

and His Menacing Operations" will I every 25 cent purchase of Nyal Products we give
I cjI\Vill. I be studied about next Sunday in Prof. Fulghum\ and Ninety IIIY'oats seed] one chance on a beautiful talking, walking and keepingTurner's
Mrs. Mollie\ Pinholster] of Jackson- Misses Mary Shaw, ; ., I Thornquest'a Bible class in the Presbyterian I at'KIcklitor's. doll.
''ille, spent Saturday with her daugh and Blanche Turner, aclunvlllc, I Sunday schonl. A unique and '
ter. Mrsl| L. A. Wynn. were week-end guests! Mses| stirring; application of the Story of I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepard of
si'phine and Hulda Brtn i t. JO-I the Good Samaritan, the lesson for Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving nit I Store r
Captain R C. lleiberger, of Brooklyn the day. The public !generally are cordially I the guests of Mr. Shcpard'ft parents, 'Drug
t had business! before the county Mills Bertha Moorecousin, I invited to attend and enjoy it. Mr.' and Mrs. ;James Shepunl -
hoard Monday.W. Margaret Moore, of rJ .onville, At 10:15: a. m. 'L THE NYAL STORE

spent Thanksgiving at rtefwith her OYSTERS! OYSTERS! -". ........ A
____... .____ --" ..sill"
E. Torode of Lawte, ', attended parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.'jjloore.Mr. The strawberrie so far brought to Fresh oysters at Boyd's (irtorery .

a meeting of the bond trustees here --e Starke have been of very fine size and I Store twice each week. \ :: .' -v. ....
Tuesday. und; Mrs E. N. A under andS 'Of tho ._ ,, -T_
I Browning,
t quality, but John B : A I!! !! !! I
<1n, Hadsell, of Jacks lle, spent Wateroak section, has had them all Mrs. J. S. Culbreth and daughters, -1
Thomas Turner is now stationed in seveal'days] ]last week' Mr. and Clarence
; beat on size. lIe brought in eight Melba and Edna May, and-\Irs.! -
Jacksonville, In the employ of the Mrs. L. A. Wynn. that, (in., have '
quarts of berries Wednesday Futch, of Savannah, I II
Seaboard railroad. has were the largest seen'here this sea. been visiting their aunt, Mrs. M. I H. The Golden Rule
ROller Wells of Jnckiville.- Carter and also Mrs. W. (i. String-/ '
Sam Rosenberg was in Starke Monday been in.Starke during thweeklook-] I fellow: They have returned\ their ,
and Tuesday of this week: ]looking ,Ing after his interests 4 renewing 1 home in 'Orlando. .

after business. acquaintances. $ $ $ $ $ $ Thirty. 'members.. of the American i'I Coupled With Thrift ,,

Tom Limbaugh spent Thanksgiving B. f. Saxon, formerly! Hampton, Legion and a score o{ ex-service men I I
day with his uncle, J. S. Blitch, at the now of Pompano, was injnrke Tues- JOIN OUR 1 enjoyed a luncheon and smoker! at the N
State Farm. ,h office affair r
day and paid the Telept a armory on Friday evening. The I
pleasant call. I I It was given in the interest of the and having writ '
Col.] J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Region in enlarging the membership. "The moving linger writes; .
was here Monday attending the special Col. and Mrs. A. Z.t dkins and Ex- ervice men from all over tho Moves on; nor alt your piety nor wit t
term of court. children spent Thanksping day in county responded to the call readily :< '- '
(Oafnesville the gucsflof Mr. and XMAS' and a banner meeting was held.\ Shall lure back to cancel half a line :

Mrs. N. E. Mahone, .of Valdo] ta, Mrs. J. C. Adkins. i I I! Nor nil your tears wash out a word( of It." 1 1l
Ga., was in Starke last t-eek, ]looking! I BAPTIST <:CHUKCII ItUIJ.ETIN:
lifter her landed interests. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. F* of Cincinnati (llubuiyat of Omar Khuyyam). TI ,
who have ben, visiig/ her father '! l I
church -
I 'services of the on
Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, has Raiford Stricklandreturned] to SMJNGS The
been here this week presiding over the their northern home lac-Friday. I next will be as usual. The Bible I I Let iis' all do unto our fellow man /jA" we I II
special term of court. school! at 'J'A'i: u. m. is still on the upgrade \ "
Mr. and Mrs. Charles] halkcr and with new scholars every Sun I would have him tlo. unto uh. A hnrlhVlml: I!I II I '

Mrs. Bryant Hodges, of Jacksonville children came Sunday Middle- evil tend done today cannot I bel i
/ pm CLUB Habitual Constipation Cufodln I 1 spoken) or an I p
is visiting her parents, Mr. anilMrs. burg to visit Irs. Chal 's parents, .14 to :.11 Days"LAXFOS l white "kind word* never, never die." I ;
IIIlfaced !
A. P. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dar PEPSIN" la '
WITH n pwiuuy

Walter McDonald, of Fort Pierce, Mrs. Bob Richard- ;retted;' Mondayto propared.SyrupTonicLaxa.lveforUhituiiConstipation.. It relieves promp I !,y fcu.; It 'Iichooveq nil of U-1: to make the very I 77'' '

spent last week here as the guest of her home in Jack iville after should bo taken regularly for 11 to 21 il.iy,
J1t Jp-
Mr,. andMrs., J. F. Kickliter. spending three weeks atJie; home of to induce regular action. It SUmiJatf! ,. bent nosHihle use of our time, and I' %

her brother, W. L. Wall', Regulate: -. Very Pleasant to Takf (GOt ing our fellow-man wo nccumuhitinj dividends

"Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Neff and son, per bottle. At the i.\
Tom of Jacksonville, were. weekennguests J, C. Manning and mdbers of his ..- that will pay after we arc gone. .. ,

of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. NefT. family were in Baker cojity/ Wednesday I same time we can practice thrift and fruf -

attending the fune ) of Mrs. J. .

St, Elmo and Merrill Struth spent E. Coleman. ;' r gality. ..
Thanksgiving/ day with their sister, 1886 I -

i Mrs. Sid Johnson, at Plant City Mr. and Mrs. MaxieCeek, of Mc- Earn while you may, and save while you j. :

Clellan, Ark., reached Ire last week will bring back the ,t t
A subscription to the Telegraph] !: for a v1sit with Mr. Jek's brother can. Nothing In the '1".

would be a fine Christmas present and Col., C, L. Peek, and Mp. Peek's bro- Is popular with the public dollars you have spent foolishly. ;r
would please] the !recipient ther, N f D. WainwrLg because it appeals to your DAVISINSURANCE ,
I I judgment in FOICMING: THE

Miss Mary Shaw, one of Gaines bids Sinah Moore ad friend Pearl SAVINGS: HABIT. Ii

ville's attractive girls, was the guestof WilBoij, of Bayard, spnt Thanksgiving Don't delay in entering COUNTY BANK
Miss Thelma] Brlnson last week. an he home of hr parents, Mr. name early and making BRADFORD
your t
a start
Miss May Peek, of Jacksonville!, / YOUR MONEY T. HITCH. W. T. WEEKS J. II. HITCH, 'j,1,
left Monday afternoon! after spendinga Col. kirn ]lodges/ 01/Lake City, and 'OIt CHRISTMAS cr1 other .N. Vlee I'rt'ltident. Canhier. 1
week with her brother, C. L. Peek. Col. JL Hill \yilliarn, of Lake But- I'reiident. I I/(

ler, wile here Wedesday Attendingto lines. I STARK .-----._. -- -. y ,,
Dan- Manning has returned hums lega business. : Commencing ---- --- -'- -
after spending two weeks in Jacksonville -- -- -- --- f
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' .. for medical attention. Mrs. Fred Sapp aid baby daughterleft DECEMBER 11It _- ----- .- --
; :\ las!week for Ltesburg!:, and were -

; : Mrs. L. A.* Davis,' J.1'., of Fernun- accomp. led home //by Mrs. Sapp's offers a chance for you
\;i: dins, is here for a two weeks visit mother, Irs. E. E. tevens. to co-operate with hundredsof Center-
with her son, L.A. Davis, Jr. others in SAVING SYSTEMATICALLY Alachua County's Foremost Shopping
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I t aMiss M r. aril Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville a little r.

Corinne Ortagus, of Tampa, ,(and l Mr H. B. Osteen, ''of each week-getting INTEREST .
is visiting!: at the home of Mr. and Galne vi e, 'were .guests of Mr. and ON YOUR SAVINGS, Through Our Mail Order Department.
Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. Mrs. O. .J. 'prifti\ on Thanksgiving Shop
..r. day. 1 and enjoying the advantagesof

i OitSilRf !: a well organized bank.
Mrs. J.C. Robinson and children returned -
> When in Stark. .Saturday evening from Jasper For full particulars call at :at / J..lYn
t6 the bank. Do it now. / II
who it they visited Mrs. Robin t .1 Qu lit

-EAT- Lewis.son's. parents, :Mr. and Mrs R. L. Every person should in join thin-community IT- serVicel J1ir f l..Qllro ,rGAINCSVILLEFLORIDA

rire throe delicious Mrs. J. t'. Killian, of Black Mountain. TOWNt )
,w 1 Hamburger Sandwich. N.: C.. came Tuesday to visit her ,
) father, J. M Truby. !Mrf.. Killian has Goods and
/'' Apples.iway.and on Banana.al. many frien t< here who are delightedto Bank of Starve Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry ?

see her al{.in. '
Co,n.tit. H). rant JI'UP f...J. Notions in Central Florida.

B. M. DOWLING Prop. Sunday.Mrs. O.school'-cUsa W.' White Saturday entertained afternoon her" '$ $ $, $ $ $ tr. ". l

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a pn -,-- --- --- TAKES COAL FROM: HIGH Jin educational plan and tre- parent Is this need.

< ASPIRIN I m lly multiplied not only its effli Florida is by no means tinvt.
to I.i I. ....................:..........-.-..........-......--..........H---1 New York State Fuel Administrator l "I'' |i teaching but its effectiveness cut state in the Union. Cut .if:.instates '1 m"I I_

i r- Raids Many Cellars In [it.\ of Philadelphia and in the which have built stai.' ";,, ?

With The Bradford Say "Bayer" and Insist! st I Pennsylvania cities, Florida is the lust to) ia", .

{ Members of the wealthy colony in ,i is just beginning, to make this worthy and essential emrr, ;,, .
e Ulster county, N. Y., have no more us this splendid educational\ Our state university is young li. t 11 ,
County Farmers right to hoard fuel than the ordinary acl I Already results are showing grown with the inevitable rapid
/ QrpEL that is the story of all state .
citizen, according William R. Per hu itt field of work is before this mm"

ii t................................*........-*******...-........*:.....**....-I I,1. county kins, fuel, who administrator declares he has for perfected Orange ha yo' I i. of.proven our state that no universities.college does It pities it, is and literally following lifting the; the W'SCOII'idell .'itaUt ,It,

a plan whereby he will get a line on so to lift the literacy of the by its own bootstraps.
\,1. every pound of coal in Newburgh, N. stlt does the state college. Every
im/ ;<;Eit CORN YIELDS BY FOL HOST nuns THE WOODS Y. sta the Union maintains a state Be Wise-Advertise
IOWI'IC"; ( OF( COUNTY ,. Perkins' scheme, part of which is uni ,y, New Y9rk, New Jersey,
AGENT:: / Forest fires destroy\ in a few minutes involves Cot Island Massachu-\
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secret ,
a of all coal
that whiU: months .and Lolls l Cause 'urit: ant Pn>IueiaLAXATIVE :
year that has been delivered well all set I I New Hampshire alone ex-
as as
decades and that which to the QUININE Tiblotj -f
k ; A concrete example of how a county grew that is I in the cellars of every wealthy ,cep And these exceptions have a "&d.O. There: fa only one "**... .jU. -
ea '. agent serves the farmers' of his farmer is worth many carloads. of the resident of the section, where so manyof I hlgl [!literacy than the states that :, W.GROVE'S, ul-miniw" nn bo*. :SUe..
',I county was demonstrated I at the recent very best fertilizers. Unl".., tau sea the coma "Bayer" on the New York City money kings 'hay loped their commonwealth I --
slate fair in Jacksonville. In one Still there are many farmers and pnckajn'r on tablet you are last. getting have their residences. 'Loll, So much is this true that I
friends of farmers who the/ fisnuiiio (linycr Hall's Catarrh Medk-in.
bushels of see no particular pro-
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1. heap was piled The condition ever .sachusetts! which boasts of .
sorlbeJ l h in
+ harm in applying match to the : plivKirians over twenty-two was precipitated I Those who era In a "run df" ,
corn to represent what a farmer had a yours and proved safe by millions for Newburgh through the discovery that her' ird, her Massachusetts\ Tech,i tlon will notice that Catarrh homuch ,
i I ,made in 1022 following; the educe( of heavy growths of woods (grass and <'01,1., lien the county agent. In another heap undergrowth. Little d(() these persons Tootlmrhp Lumbago of the city and surrounding places :Smi inhcrst and Williams, is eni-) tirrh ,is a local dlHcuau, II I It. tfluonoml .
I realize that this heavy growth of by conHtUuilonnt !tHALL'S I'
i I j wa7. piled 15 bushels to represent!: the KarnclKKliciimutium' had no ton] at all, the residences of J.P. 'barr ly; low in 'the literacy rate. CATAHIIII MKOICIVITonic : '
yield for tho state, grass and under-growth (if not destroyed :Noiirnljfiti! ; Pain 1'ainAcpppt the and acts through/ the !h o1.; ,,'
average Veal educator, I
Morgan and Robert W. Goelet had so eminent an the mucous surfaces of tlie h '
) will in the long '
provide ,
This demonstration was in tj Du, run layer Tablets of Aspirin" been: getting fuel by the carload. trea his country has produced in rodiiclnir the Inflammation and; r uit 'I
K booth at the fair. The cattle, sheep and other grazing animals only. I Kueli unbroken! agp rnntainn Nature in restoring normal; 1 ondil' rw
+ val county bandy Three {1 ion of time, President-I'mer-I j .
with will proper ihrci tioni. )boxes of carloads were seized some ge All Druggists/ Circulars frp
1' corn was grown by V. C. Johnson, more nutriment than tweUo\ tablets cost few ci known as the Dinsmore !, the constantly: burnt.,over woods. And gUt also sell! Ixittlns\ of* 24 and, 10H. tons on the Morgan estate. This was i of Harvard from a corpo- I'I'onv j
and W. I... Watson is the dairyman'l little do they think of the terrible destruction Aspirin Is Jic( trade murk of Bayer
confiscated under a state law which ratio a commonwealth college. STRAWBERRY PLANTS
hose advice figured (' of young trees, the source of SnlirylionHd.ceen.Manufacture. of Monoaoe-tioacldoster. of gives the fuel administrator complete .(yns; i ive trustees held fast to the I 100 genuine ProKreumtv or
Ile future lumber and naval stores, when Everbearing Plane do.
,, Johnson's success. the power over all fuel In the state Then I ess' nt thing. But today the leg- t livered to your door at proper
County Agent Watson at the beginning they apply match. followed additional discoveries and i slat, Massachusetts has brought I planting i time for only 7Co.
/ ; color folder cop!' of our four
Scientists and practical fp'mers tell
;, of the year had enrolled several nearly 500 tons were taken from other >nto nee a commission to con- osp duacrlblnii mon
farmers of his county to compete in us that the one greatest! need of our Lake-Held two, citrus club meet estates where the owners, by vir's Idei [wisdom of building, and the p than O.80 C.varieties WALLER of A plant. I1KOS.
I4 a corn-growing contest, the object of Florida soils is humus. ;Then it seems ings this week, both of which were tue of their connection: with coal railroad ways means of getting, a state I 0-2Z-81-11-17 JUDSONIA. ARK.
( d which was to nee just how much could nothing less than waste to destroythis well attended by growers. management, were able to assure I lDive [for Massachusetts\ so ap -
it be produced upon a given area without humus so often'and so needless! delivery in carload lots.
''l e undue fertilization. As was explained ly. Instead of destroying it, we must St. Lucie-The outlook for the bean / ra't -

the season was far from good, make every effort to protect and con crop is very good. Shipments are going Europe may Jbe gratified but its
yI( a long drought coming-in the height serve it. forward in carload lots. Many gratification is mostly hope. Europe I I Be Penny Wise
of" the growing season; and none of In consideration o'f the timber phase jacking houses are running a.t full hopes she will fare better that she has ,
1 1 II the yields were as good as Mr. Watson phase of this question of "burning the capacity. Farmers are making up for so far as this country is concerned. and Pound FooJis;
: 3 expected. woods," Prof. W. L. Floyd, of the time lost during the rainy season. She may fare better if she comes to |

.a Mr. Johnson czt efully followed the Florida college of agriculture, says, America's way of thinking, without :
y' I advice of his county agent. Ills farm "The future of Florida's forests, especially lJiIIsb 'Strawberry harvesting i America's contributing to her welfare I I I t't think because you can get a
Is of average soil, but he- does not her cut-over lands, is uncer- and, shipping: season has arrived. by any political changes it may un- I '
," I believe it practical to use very much tain. They may be made to produce dergo.-Exchange. I II b can of Baking Powder for littleeye

e, commercial fertilizer. Instead he continuous crops of timber. As the Butter is all food.and no waste. I
., eaves manure from his farm anmala} supply decreases and the demand increased TIlE BEST THING AT THE FAIR nf that you are saving anything.

< and turns this into the soil. In 'addlI prices will soar, and thereinis THE TUBERCULOSIS CRUSADE I I
i I tion to growing and turning undercover seen our duty io posterity to protect I I Probably the most significant If not I'I'I There's Only One Way to
the future of our lumber indus- I
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crops. His corn crop this year] I Again Christmas! This for the most interesting exhibit at the
was given but a few hundred poundsof I try: There is no better way of doing W 15th time we are appealing to you State Fair at Jacksonville is that of I I Save on Balke-Day, Use
commercial fertilizers. However, this than by refraining from 'burn to co-operate with us in this fight the State University which in graphic ,
r i -.. hu kept the field constantly cultivated [ing the wood! : whlct('means so much to all of us- diagram form showns not only that '
and covered with a dust mulch. "The only time 'burning the wood the carrying of the tuberculosis pro- which it accomplishes in its classrooms '1
i -. ia justifiable is when it is done to .destroy cram; into ''every nook and corner o*' but that which it is achieving AlLiJME1JBalINtS
y pests harbored in and protectedby through its extension work which '
I'SE POISON HALT TO KILL THE Fl alida. The need was never so
CUTWORMS the grass and underbrush. The occasion /creat. reaches over 6,000 ofT-the-campus stu-

t } ti for this, however, is the exception You have helped! During the:*- dents in all parts of the state. The conorn POt'UffJiERIt
;i \ Ordinary cutworms which attack rather than the rule, and It'' years in the United States our united In this work the University of FlorIda

I /such plants as cabbage and beets can- should be done under most careful efforts! have helped to cut the tuberculosis is copying and putting into prac- I
) not be controlled like worms, which control. precautions." death rate in half, saving approximately tice the plan first devised, and perfected ,, J Cea .7; o costs only fraction -

i \ eat. the foliage pf plants, and many. 725,000 lives of our own by tho .University \ '' of a cent for
farmers and gardeners have considered !MANY PRIZES WON: / .IIY FLORIDA people. Right here in Florida 131 which has become the leader, the educational ,
p. I an outbreak\ of these worms as EXPERIMENT: STATION CATTLE lives a year arc being saved as c&m- pathfinder.so to speak, for r each baking.

) ) meaning the end of their crops..However I I ared with 1'7.rhe! battle must goon not only every commonwealth college A MST .
i j You use less be-
f a remedy has: .been discovered Money won on every individual anyIimal I for we can and must save those in the country but many: at our corporation -*
and J. It Watson, entomologist of the entered and 2.1 ribbons awardedto I who die annually from tuberculosis colleges. Appreciating the cause it contains

t Florida Experiment: Station; strong 18 head of cattle, that was the Tel""Ord a preventable disease, including the infinite worth of such n work the more than the ordinary -
ly recommends Its use in Florida. of the cattle entered at the recent 8,500 or more who are making the mayor of Philadelphia not long .since
( 1 In speaking of the remedy, its preparation State Fair in Jacksonville from the fight against It in Florida. We will tdok the entire board of trustees of ; leavening
; and application,,.I'rof1Iatson University of Florida experiment sta- not be content until our death rate the University of Pennsylvania together a strength.
r nays, "The mixture: should bo thoroughly tion, according to a statement issued, from tuberculosis is tho! lowest of any with one Hundred representative -
+ : dump but not sloppy so that by John M. Scott, animal industral- ,state in the Union, anil finally driven Philadelphia citizens to visit'the : '44.w, ,, _,,' The sates of Calumet
it will fall in fine flakes when sown Ist. University of_ Wisconsin_to study il%,, are over 150% greater
?) broadcast over thexileld dr garden.: It The awards were: One grand champion out.Think! When we stamp out this.I extension work that the University of v than that of any other .
y should be put out after sunset no that seven firsts, seven seconds, and disease" we shall have added an aver- Pennsylvania< might begin to build'on BEST If TEST baking powder. 7I'
s 'I' a it will remain moist All night. If it ,I' six thirds. These 21 prizes were won ago of two and one-half years to the similar lines Since then the University

1I y { Is sown properly, it will fall in small I by animals, all of which, withoutexception life of every., individual-the years of Pennsylvania has copied the TIlE 'OIILD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER

:flakes that will not 1>o 'dangerous to brought away; money from I which' tuberculosis takes are usually I -- -
) t poultry and other birds. the fair. he best. Think what it means-hap-

"This poisoned bait U composed Prof. Scott expressed himself us be- piness for suffering-prosperity for .., I -:. ..
'41 //l I (.l' Bran 20 pounds, cotton seed meal ing highly pleased with tho awards I poverty-life and health for death. I .' .
/5 pounds, paris green 1 pound. (Different and the distinction won by this experimental Can you afford not to rfelp} Can I I (
amounts may be used but it herd. When asked to explain I you afford not to protect yourself and ,I.

l' j should. be in the same proportion). .'t e sweeping/ success of the herd those you hold dear We are win-
Mix these thoroughly! while they a 113 he answered, "Good .blood and good ning, but the sooner we win the cheaper
yt p dry and then iidtf 2 1-2 gallons of water feed tell the story." the cost. One dollar spent for the I,.
r and _2 quarts of- avrun.-. BroatfcaHtor prevention is better than many dol. e a t IJ if'' ,
t or scatter the mixture along the rows I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS lars for a cure. / ( t! 4F -
,r or about the bases of the plants to be Your Christmas seals are enclosed.. 1
i.' l j protected." .. i Okaloosa-Farmers are plowing up For service to mankind, and to enableus J 1J 1I
y I I Cutworms are the almost hairless their fields in preparation for next to expand our efforts, I know you I

lpa L caterpillars of several ..peclea' of year's crojjs.? .' will be liberal.
q moths. Their eggs are laid mostly on Very sincerely yours, 1
grass in heavy sod land. The larvae Columbia-Attended seven com- I. L. KAPLAN, 1
t. 'I' feed on the grass. Consequently, cutworms munity meetings this week, noticing .. President. 1I I t i ; 1I
: A are most troublesome on !grassy growth of interest in co-operation and I I ry
i I lands. When such land is plowedthe organization. Farmers are ready "to EUROPE GRATIFIED
natural food of the caterpillars Is go it together." A carload of tur- ,
cut off and they are forced,to concentrate ktys were shipped co-operatively for If its press accurately reflects public ,
tt ) t on plants set out later. $500 more than the growers could sentiment Europe is very much 1 1 r 1

r I have gotten from local buyers. gratified over the results of our con 'P. LINCOLNGet
.. I I'KKVENTION: / KEMEflY gressional and state elections. European I
AGAINST; TOMATO: WILT Si ninolo! -:-Staged three citrus meetings I newspapers see in the electiona

s among growers this week, being' more liberal tariff permitting l larger Behind thd Wheel t
j '. \ Tomato growers are cautioned to assisted by the county agents of Or- consumption of its products. They
"' provide against the dangers of the ange and Volusia counties.. Keen interest find in the increase o( the "wet" vote ,, | *
elp i ', x fungus disease known as wilt before shown. In congress indication that the Amer- Lincoln i iotor carejare produced by the world'sfgreatest .
.' the winter crops are planted. Even ican people are letting down the prohibition aztomobila manufacturing institution in "
';", before planting the seed the seedbeds \V.lton-We have planted 16 acres bars. In the change of lead I The '
.,\ should be sterilized, according to G. F. discover I accordance with t e highest standards of xnanu-
t" of blueberries this week. We are now ership at Washington they a FourPassengerSedan
__ Weber, truck pathologist of the FlorIda winding up the old year "with plentyof tendency to open the gates to emigrants facture known tc the industry. Quality and

experiment station. "hog and hominy." from their shores. Finally, ; character will ; stently stand foremost. '
"Kenistant and early maturing varieties they are convinced that there is n
l* a should be selected for the comIng St. Johns-Our county exhibits at change of public sentiment as regardsa i $4600 !
'I crop, land should be selected on the State Fair won sweepstakes in the league of nations. It is the avowed purmse of the Ford Motor Company that 1

which tomatoes have not been grown agricultural class, which brought to Europe is making the same mistake F. O. B. Detroit each Lincoln? purcha 'r shall receive the finest and most r
for three years, and all plants which us the silver loving cup and several a great many men make. She is .. satisfying motor tar yhich it is possible to produce. To that i
show any indication of wilt should be hundred dollars in cash. jumping to conclusions before thereIs Ten Body Types end die Jevelopmety of the Lincoln its manufacture, its
eit pulled up and burned," are other precautions official basis for her views. AmerIcans f
distribution and its! rvice will be carried to the highest I
pointed out by Dr. Weber AI.chua--Sent out 17 prize checksto themselves do not know how the .
e who adds, "No spray orfertllizer can club members Monday. Local far tariff will affect imports. Congress .. degree of perfxtionpy placing: behind it the vast resources ,_ :

save a plant'that' shows symptoms of mers and business men.had a get-to will not because it cannot, disclose its of,the Ford Motor Company. i
the disease because the germs are already gether meeting"at the home of one of attitude toward prohibition until the 1 r

7 in the sap and are thus carried our farmers one night; the spirit of question arises. With a presidential
1" to all parts of'the plant, wgardless of co-operation and organization was election two years hence and the need i J.: W.. ANDREWS JR.
I. any spraying fortilization." of both parties of the labor vote gates
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Tomato wilt Is oommon in Florida ficult to control. The fungus which are not to be opened in a hurry; to Eu- FORD, FORDSON & LINCOLN DEALER
and causes great losses, being considered causes the disease lives In the soil rope's discontented. Europe will find
1 the worst disease of the tomato from one season to the next, which little difference today between the republican -
in many tomato growing districts of makes crop rotation necessary. To- and democratic parties con- ---- ,
the state. Because it is subject onlyto matoes should l be planted on 'sick". cerning its league plan and peace -

preventive. measures. it is very.dif- soil only once every four ;years.; treaty. t .

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--- pxtinction no present rights of prop- and Wesley Beach of Newberry, spent 'OLD FOLKS NEED i NtlTI'g TO Itml'fH1C;
W. C. T. U. COLUMNVAST Lake Butler. Si<,iiU-it bi,ln will bo i-etH-lviii by lisp Boardi.f
city must stand. I conclude that aI Sunday. in I hand TrwtletHi of Brmlford. County FIn-.-
I ship of American registry at sea ori Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines spent I I.b. nt tho .,lfl... of II,.. Mtacntitry: of itwnnunl .
MAJORITY IN FAVOR OKDKY NOT BE FEEBLE ut !''II" k., "1J 1oI11., until, 2 o'clock p.
I i within a foreign port is within tho several days this week in Sanford. M.. .timimiy\ ]11123.|> "nIl.' that tim publlety
LAW Rev. W. II. Doylo preached Sunda\' opaneil., forAplmatutbmiit.'by .
: scope of the amendment and of !section in ,
you rue 'netting! along years" tony thanminil font boitnl.
I, 3, and the bills must be ilismiss1 morning at the Baptist church and I 1 IF you don't need to sit in a chimneycturnt'r n'nMU", of cravaoUxt\ pin. lumber and cue '

The. phaHU of the pi'liliibilion quesI I ed." Sunday evening Messrs. Joe Hill Williams .mil, clre.im of the day! \\hen tnniilitil, iitul nUtvfn" twnnty-foul e""ot41tt. plttttI'll.fl .
ItUlfl to be rwe.Vfd F. C) 11. SU" lIt. itAll
I nani) < this time being generally disi J Appeals from the derision I of Judge .' Henry Rosenberg and Frank Mm" \V't'(' full of life and vitality. lumber. nnd tilts) MTU! mnt"rlnltt und metli, ,
/ Keep: blood l rich and and oLe" of trontnumt, to conform lu Brtdford
that of the success or failuref Tomlinson wero ordained at deacon your pure
H. (i it I Hand have been filed in tho Supreme built with Gurle'sI C..iity; .1..llle..llon..
I your! system up! 'ih.. lluaid Iho rlllbt to ,'.jlltlt
called the resvrvn
ihi, Kederal! legislation I Court.I. of the chuuli. I IVptn-ManRun and you will feel nil IttdH) aarn.

Vut wild Act. In that connection it I MI' Mi.rritt, of New River, wni* bliongrr YOIlI1'r! and I livelier I lImn you Li. s. Mvrniicws, u

wril to remember that Oklahoma BEER SHOULD RETURNIf greeting friends in town Monday I I hu\(' for NC.IIS. Get it xl.iy andwatd1thcr."IIII. t' \. UTClf. Chairman.NOTICR .
"'1'" l"t'Y. J,2-mi-St.t4
dry long before the enactment of morning. I .. ,
i s I -- ------ --- 1
>' our driii.Kist:i has Gude'a; -liquid or
I\H' act, an fact we have a set of laws the voters who wero persuaded LAWTEY -I f D. \V. Boium and daughter, Mui>', table, as >i m prefer.Gud. : OP APP!.lfATlON FOH TAVirNDRIi ))1t.J,D

icnJmir with the use, possession of"I to cast their ballots in favor of candidates / -i iI ----'- spent Saturday in Jacksonville. (.ii.E1Ai.HrrilOV WfA'UJTfS 871 OK; THKNotiro

(< I traffic in intoxicating liquors un- endorsed by the Association! Lawtey, Dec. 8.-W. II. Carter of Miss Maggie Deklo, of Starko-VH\ I c'sPcptoMangan in ht ,ti..l>y "Iv.n thut O. It. Knight.

iled for stringency by any other I Against the Prohibition Amendment in town several days\ last'pk as. ,'Ohncr or 'lOut crrdtlraU1 No ) 1.1. d tottthe
Maxville business visitor .'
was a I ml ilnv of Aiifiitit, A. PV29\\ him Iliad
.[f in the Union so that to Okln- could have been made to foresee the Friday. 1 1 I :slating Mr. Dowling!\ with his dntiiM, nwitl ci,,rt 1111.,1.0 In my ntli. nml has mn.l..
', apphrnt. I< Tot' tat'C tlcH>(l to IAAUA in imoord
fiLl as a state the success or fail-! ottun] result if the law were modi D. Rowe and Mr. Bubb of Hampton of tho clerk's office. I unco with I IHW SttUI ct rtHlcnlv I i..mh1'4.h.

of the Volstead legislation would fled to permit the return of beer, it I were in town Thursday.George I Miss Shaw spent Wodncad.u' in Tonic and Blood_Enricher itrndfunl following, County ili'KCrlhiMl, Florida ropurty.,.,......Il mtuatod: In''

?.MI- little effect upon its prohibition might have given them pause. Roberts transacting Gainesville attending tho examina Southw4t tjmirUr of 8ouihwoHt quarter
tatua.I'hc. William P. Goldsmith former med was See :lit. TP. n. S. It. 21! K sit( iicrt>.. HitUL hindI
busincs sin Jacksonville Friday. r bvlntr HHHPHA. Ht the utiLe' of the (Hwunnne of
truth to my mind concerning' ical director of the Washingtonian I I tion.Mr. I hopping here Monday. I I I mich oiutiMrnte I In the name of ". II' (jiwn.t .
Mrs. T. J. Terry spent several day and Mrs. George Deklc I.'ah'roth : : ;,
Dewey" Duke of l"ivl.Iile.! motored : LInli I >hK snub' aertlticate Hhntl ha ratiiwmedI
Act is this The
Volstead simply Home of t
Chicago gives us a glimpseof .
'in ; with relatives in Fort White last' weokj? j returned to their home in Jacksonville I ncoordlntr to lu.. tntliinl. will IHMIUI thoruun
assage of the Federal Act seeming- what he believes from his long ex-' clfPl""idren. ": to Lake Butler Monday. | on thn Hth day of .1 a I1Il1\r., .. A, D. llU.t.Witm : .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and Sunday after visiting relatives ..H my otflcinl' mirnnttiro, ant l coal tide
v, to some degree, shifted the enforcement pcrience with inebriety, would follow of Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving here for several days. Rev: and MM. W. G. Doyle, Rev. the Hth diiy of .IVcomlM-r A. D. 11122. f

responsibility from the the return of the beer regime. "My and Mrs. S. S. Proctor and Mists Marshall O. W' ALPEKMAN.So.il .
day here at the home of Mrs. Joe Green of Brooker, motored to ( ) Clint Clrrint; Court.By .
ihoulJeia of the local enforcement officers personal experience and the records Proctor: attended the C. A. KNU.1IT.
M. E. Edwarda. Lake Butler Monday. stateI"JlUP-j Clvrk.
to the Federal department, and of the institution with which I was tist convention at 12-II.rol.I.5 __ lU-tmty
I Robert Dinkins returned to school Rev S. S. Proctor spent Sunday !nt
whose facilities were sadly inadequateor connected containing thousands of weekf ORDER FOR PUItMCATlOV '
in Tampa the first of the week after the State Farm. In Circuit Court. Stnl, of 1-loridn., KlnhthJudlcliil
so colossal a task. As a result, cases treated during the nearly sixty of and Math of l'rpstunVlllia111s, of Now River Circuit., Hrndford County in Ctmrt
spending a week here at the home Messrs. 'Shep Dukes .
there occurred a seeming laxity in years of its existence, show that practically his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' I I Five Mile 'Were trading in town :Mon was a business visitor to Lake Butler ei It.ry L. Row, I

'. enforcement, which some people every patient commenced with Dinkins. day. \ Monday. ComplaJnnntv I I :

mistakenly believed to be a failure of the use of intoxicants of a low alco- Gainesville Moss Hewitt of Little Kd.th: Ro..... I
Miss Stella Barrett, of prings wail Defendant. I
the principle of prohibition. As soon holic content and if the Volstead Actis spent a few days here last week at a business visitor! here Saturday. /IFF It aiipeaHnur" by affidavit, H"I"nd.,1" I" lIMo

as the local and Federal officers beganto amended so as to allow light *rine the home of her grandmother Mrs. 1lirsV.. M. Johnson and daughter, : bill::. Hied ROWQ.in tli tJio defendant' abovemdEdtth : therein, rsoUo namad, that Is .

get their'proper adjustment, so as and beers it will be .necessary for the a .ith.nt of I ttia alum of Klnrldn. and eon '
Willie and Connie Padgett
M. E. Edwards. Mae spent Ziff, Dec. 8.-Services were huM Itt con la hernelf .. that pntctWH of Hiihpoenn cannot
to co-operate with each other a big\ association to build< at once. Enoch Grtlfla was a"'visitor to Bun- Friday in Jacksonville. I),'ulairt church/ Sat inlay: and Sun 'IlY be' mtivcd upon |I"r." and, In over thn A.... .
It will be remembered that with the I of twenty-emu yram : It IN therefor* nrduredLthnt 4
took and while it la ; .
change place, nell last week. TVIrs. Podge of Glasgow, K>., is a by the regular pastor, Rev. C. Crosby nn Id non.roniHe.nt dufemlant tm And brhftithy

true probably, conccrninpr the liquor coming of national prohibition the Misses Ethel and Thelma Drawdy, /guest of'her daughter, Mrs. I I)). T. Mc- of Starko. tt'fiulrpd' .. to appear to I Ihe' bill of .onvplnint .>
Home in the city of flltd.. In mall. onimo on or horn.l1..n.
traffic, as it is true of any evil thingn Washingtonian of Macclenny, were visiting relatives!' Gill and contemplates .spending/ the\ Mr. and (Mrs.. S. L. Prescott urnehiidronspent diiy.. the tnt ilny of Jnnuary A. 4>. luiM.: oth

the last throes of its I'xi8ten'e.that I Chicago, which for years had been byre first of the week. I wjnter here. the work-end at CooU-u" rwinu thn confeawd nlli-KQtlonH by maId of until d.fondant.bill .will "betaken *
victims of MM
for a short space it seemed to filled to capacity with the Clifttu) Brown of Gainesville was i I Mrs. John Hall, of North Carolina, Pond, guests of Mr. -'nd 1 Mrs. M. A. It la furthri ordered. that thin order be puh.tlnhod .
gain renewed life and that Ilore intoxicating that city's 7,000 saloons was obliged Dr. of her mother Mrs.\! Onie one a week for four connecutiv weckalik
of is the
the wt''l.-end guest parents, ,I guest Starling. I the Bradford Cnunly' Teh-mrnnh.. a new**
liquor has been made in 1 1 to 'close because of lack of patrons.'hat' and Mrs. G. W. Brown. 'I Pans.MJss. Miss Ollie Kelly had as her guests ,paper, publfHhed In unit) county. and atnt
J7 ll>!:2.C
this state since the cutting off of the | \\ more significant commentary bus- Proctor and I'aulinuHuh'her Thin NOvember <
\v. E. Toroda was transacting Ruby | Sunday Misses> Ruby Green and Creasy W ALPTCRMXN.

foreign supply, it is not true that I can be made on the proposition of the ines sin Jacksonville Tuesday. : spent the week-end, with'Misi Hodge! of. Prlio Hill. ((11.01)) Ity C.Clerk A. Circuit KNIGHT.Court,

more liquor has been sold here nor i Association Against the Prohibition Charlie Wilkerson of Maxville, was Norma Dekle, of Five Mile. Willie Forsyth of Drunker "npent' iKputy. CUtk.

has more intoxication been apparentOur Amendment that beer is non-intoxi- in town Monday on business.! Miss\ Kate Epperson, of Itaiford the weekfyd hero with homefolks.Mr. A. Holiuttor/. ADK1N3.fur Complainant", 12-16-12.39

officers are slowly but surely I cating! and the legalizing of the brewing Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, Miss[ spent the week-end with her parents. and M ra. J. W. Lewis were nt- MIPS!! WANI'KlHraltd : > tin llonrd' 0f a
the hid will hi* niceivcii liy *
will make
closing in on the home brey manufacturers business possible Myrtle Reddish and J. I. Dubone, of I Steve Brunnen and MIHS Hattio tending to business in Stnrku Satur Bond Trimteea on Momlav. thu enforcement of the Eighteenth Amend HWS. for 4.UHIO: f...t It. M. pin ..0.1fX'n
\ .Innunry
and court records certainlywill to town Wednes of Five Mile! united In .
our Stnrke were visitors Dukes, ,, \\ric day. 1 lumber nnd. irtH> nlllntr I with alternate<
show a mammoth decrease in offenses mcnt. I marriage:: last week .fuiltro A. C. Pointhin Stalling and! sister, Mins( : \: :: 210 B"xil"xIT,) ( hewn pine hewn, KM tmilwra.M woo.I
and l other
committed in violation of our day.Joe Mann Baldwin Marr, J. T. Reddish !: Strickland officiating. Their .many I. Blanche of Cooler Pon.l.vy. Starling or I., cOppice bo delivered Mrlnger ulonur th, RtiirkcHroolcer"
CLUB WOMEN Ul'lIOUJ LAW ENFORCEMENT ; 'oiil| between lirotksp and tj A. Wy,,"'.. ]>..
intoxicating liquor Jaws and D. Rowe motored, to Starko friends wish them hiippini'SH! in their I and Alvn Thl11all'l'I'O\ visitorto lUerle" to I ha mndo IIH nidcieil, by tin llonrd.beirlnnlnif .

The vast majority of the people of : Friday.T. voyage of life I llrookei Sunday afternoon.Miss I on nr :nTttr. Jnnunrv 1. 11UJ.
The bimrd' rt*. r\i* the rlutit U> rtret any:
Oklahoma recognize and arc grateful < J. Terry was a visitor to Fort Messrs. Marcus' n.II] I and, Gordon :. 4 A'( ndu. Thomas spent the first .ur all bldiu
When the !972 representatives! of the R. S. M.\T'fllF.WA.
for the. blessings of prohibition and White Saturday. Johnson, of Five Mile, were transacting part of the wvek nt Graham, guest o- C A. riJTCH, (:b.lrl1>'".

,xemplify sobriety in their privatelife. three hundred women's clubs of New Mis. Rosa L. JIannan, of JIl<'ksonIII' -/ buKincai in town Friday. her sister Mrs. Lomio Reynolds. 5!,!.___ 11-71-1l.2=

If this had not been true we York City assembled" in! convention a \ BI\ nt Sunday and Monday at Joe McKinney has opened up a business A box! supper was' given nt thi ()1* KR FOR 1.\lJIf.I..ATIO'l( .
their stand on prohibition Circuit' Count. KUthttt .ludiclal Circuit.
few In
never could have enacted the prohibition -. days ago her home here. in High Springs. homo of :Mr. and Mrs.vA. Dryden Friday rnrlford.. County Horldn. In Clmnrery

measures which have become an was made clear by'the way in Mrs. James' Shepard and daughters! Mrs. Rafo Johns has t\a her guests nluht. Those present report 11(11( tn Remove Cloud. Uult 1'1110lnlL ol..e.

important part of the laws of our which it was stressed by the various Lena Belle and Cleo, were visitors to this week Mr. and, Mrs. W.: II Greenand nice time. (Ht-llef.I.I M. Ininan. I
An address by Mrs. William Complainant.Florlita I Isa
state. If it were not true at .present -speakers. Lawtey Saturday.J. lIOn; R. A. Green, of Starke. Messrs. Royco (Gainey, Casey Atkinson I

we could not keep upon our stat- Enforcement 1\[. Potter on" "Patriotism stirring appealfor and H. and J. T. Moore brought in Miss Mao McKinney! of Guilford Livingston Ru s Fruxier ,HnllroiidCompany.lam. (JJluIli. Mary. a Corimrnllnn J.- I I i.,,

ute books those same measure/-K. Law a (the first quarts of strawberries Fri spent Saturday and Sunday, with Mrs. Shaw, RosHville Ward I'ii t Baxter, Mitrhell, .Intnim D. Joints AnnIe :'I Il
the enforcement of law was followed C. F. lac. Max l
Van Lunen, Assistant Attorney General day. John Browning was a close second M. L. McKinney. \l rs. John Baxter of I llrouker, attended My IInr.I''t. IVrnonH, I S

t.? ;i by a significant admonition by bringing in a quart Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Scarborough church ut Dednn Sunday "*'mmfterntin. I>i.r ndnnM, May Cunuitrti.
'the of the federation, Mrs. To All Whom It if
,''I president Under the present weather conditions motored to Gainesville lost week. appcarlntt. hy the worn bill of coin i
I Richard M. Chapman "not to forget nhifnt In II,.. above caun that ther are
AMERICAN SHIPS IN ANY PART [ there will be many berries ready for I Mrs. Lpverett, of Worthington, wn* .,""wn. named pcnwina |IH'II.I|) to b.. Inter
election .
OF CLONE; MUST BAR LIQUOR i i citizenship" responsibilities on I shipment for the Christmas holidays.J. OKI'lfANAGK; IMIN.VIION puled In of thn rvaiilcnu property: IH unknown thn:ruin :ili-imrib-H.and: complain whoao'
FENCE blare
day. P. IIodresr Jacksonville, spent FOR ant .11......a therein that It* ,I",. not know,

American steamships cannot carryor UNIONIn Sunday here with\ relatives. At Art'ndill. Is an orpliiiiingo: that; nnd to nHcortniii after. dllltftmt It any of Inquiry tho known ha not namud been, aht per*
sell liquor in any part of the world ONE I Edward Edwards was in Starke on; The board of bond trustees will receive has received support from many good I .,,". or corporatlona, believed, to bo IninrrntcdIn .In dpaii. )
In xlat4innn or
5th 1922 for Maid In *
bids to Dec. property. (
: :
Federal Judtfe Learned Hand holds in business Wednesday.Mr up people in Starke and vicinity for tho alioetunl: : that there are other pumona IHJlleved -
his address before the annual 1300 fence posts delivered along! route to It* intereated In ali .property. othertliun
his decision dismissing the suit of two bureau of cir- and! Mrs.. Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville past ten '''/Irs. This your a special! the known. niinn-d.. dcOnduitln. and the
convention of the audit A. :
with of road from Brooker to L. Wynn semi to the Institution and reAldnnr of auoh .pomona are unknown
American steamship companies to en- 1 spent Thanksgiving day effort is to bi made to niuna
.. bill
culation held Chicago recently Attorney Posts to be (i feet long and, not; less to the complnlnantt and In Id
join enforcement of the ruling of At- 'I I declared Rev. and Mrs. Boyer. I the largest number of gifts mlief la prayed uualnHt aueh known named

General in i General Daugherty Miss Nellie Roberts George and than 6 inches .diameter at top Hoard that have l'vl'r'Kane from this place. iMiil I unknown pereonu.'rrIKImlrrItp ,
torney Daugherty regard : :. It I. ordered that all per
to prohibition on the high seas. The thut no organizations nor combination Eorle\ Roberts motored to Starke Fri reserves tho right to reject any and Groceriesdry goods vegetables. .cum named or all paraona elalmintf, any inbreNt of- i-
!' of organizations no matter what all bids. .n.I" or throiiuh thuin or Cither
decision was supplemental to the one fruits and any Tither useful articles thim. or otht'rwlHo, ..n,1 .unknown\ iurOflstlnlnInut
| their pretended purpose could be day.Miss of Mac. I E. S. MATTHEWS, of Sin any lnt''rt>nt in the property herm
recently rendered! by Judge Hand, above the law. "We must be one Louise Blanchard may bo left at the residence fur (ii..rririn: : |, or any |mrt thereof undurthu I
peo- I here at the C. A. FUTCH Chninnan. to'thu Baptist church Florida ItmtrfMid Cotnunny. n corporatl'n.| |
dismissing application of foreign clenny spent Sunday clair Peek, next
pie-one union-and that the Amerl- ll-17-tf Jnniirt* I'icklfH. Mnry .1. Mitchell .1"...,,," u.
ship lines attacking the validity of t ". home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A.I Secretary. on either Friday or Saturday of this .lfine' Annln B. Ilarrmon <:. V. I.".... MaMyer ..

the Daugherty ruling which held thatno ( can Union. he asserted, according to M. Blanchard : week, and from there tlwy will betaken MM I I pitnmnM:, or; 'either,, ..nr".them. : or or unknown'claim-iithurwlMv' and:

ship could enter or clear from an ,I the press. Mrs. Francis Wiggins\ and son, TAMPA TRIBUNE POPULAR to the Baptist. church nn Sun- Inn. an intermit in lbs heruluafter dicrihud.
the II III and )I.o
Next to the home school and pruperty. or OilY iinrt th >ntof. tying
American port with liquor on' board. Frank of Jacksonville, spent the. d"': for 'linplny! end 1... khippi-d orMunela. inr In II."M"eollnl", / Slat' of Inrldn.. da* ti
church, the newspaper has the greatest Mrs. Louise Low- Every month shows an increase in Let the Christmas .spirit ni,.,ibptl nn ffillitws1 i
"It would be a. curious thing evil declared week-end here with, ". 1'h.. NorthenNt' Quarter of tho Northeantiiurter I
Judge Hand said, "if a country ]Professing power for good or ery. the number of Florida people who arc prompt you in thin direction und your <) of fiction Twenty.tilno,! ((20)); ,'luwn
"Whenever news- Mouth ItuoHW l'wonty-tw > ((2JK >
Mr. Daugherty. a Morning 'bin Hit (lilt
under its fundamental ]law to \v. M. Bryan of Starke, was a visitor becoming readers of the Tampa tift I !.o t tl lt') "little ()I"-"" wHI bo re- ;n.l. encnpt nix acrei In Clue auiithennt. cornnr
paper ridicules a law plays up a pol- Tribune. Peoplo who have been, Him who watches over and on* acre In the Southwest corner.Alrio .
forbid the of intoxicants Sunday. memliereil hy
use were to to Lawtey ItPiilnniiiir. nt lht SuilIs.'nat corner n(
allow them without stint upon the I icy of contempt for law and its en- Earle Roberts returned to his studies reading tho Tribune for the past' S3 the fatherless and the motherk'sM( th. HoiitheaHt Cjunrter of tho ttotiihinnt ijuar
forcement and in its news and editor-! ter of 'ull"o 'twenty. f there is something .
ships that sailed under jts flag. The at Gainesville after spending the I years say that (101) Hfiuth, n..n"( 'l'wonIF.two *22') Kmtt.; and

only distinction pressed Is that consequences -j'. ial! colu.mns.is fosters doing lawbreaking more to' destroy, thn Thanksgiving holidays at his' home. r about it that "lakes" ajid "holds" Subscribe for the Teleiranh.NlirMK i :un: out North, 'Fast bUS 130.feet.( feet Writ to bvirlnnlnicPn SIll;') fe''.t./ Honthlufi ct..'

will be disastrous to Amer- newspaper Mr. and Mrs. Graham Boyd, of and that it soon becomes jut as essential appviir" tu tha Raid bill.of voniplnlnt nn
(American institutions than a Federal TO IIIDDPIMRfHloil or he for* th. flout tiny of January. A. D.IttJI. \
ican merchant marine, if, of all ships Starke, were visitors here Saturday.Mr. as their meals that they can Mil will h. reci'lvnl by Ilia Itonrilof : thttiimo, heiriir. n rultt tlity of this court
at alone within this ban. judge can do to maintain th m. J. B. Dye Miss Wil- always depend on every scrap of news!! lioru! Trujtti'i1* f.f llrmlfnrtl (;,",nty. Hollilu *- 01,. multI, bill will b. taken a* confined "If Mind
and Mrs. v
sea ours are .
nt th. oirii of th.. Hiirrntnrr ut tintHnnnl you, anti, that thla order b. publtithed III thu. 4
"In the first place, the discrimination ma Blanchard, of Jacksonville spent I of any Interest anywhere to show up lit Hlm'ki. Flnrl'tu' until I 2 ..clock I'. Hradford County ;Teh'tcraph. a wiekly nnwimper ..
'Ad the Tribune. Our 180 Florida M., Jnntmry II. DM C.
M. first in
Mrs. A. Blan-
applies only to passenger vessel1)) Sunday with Mrand oiipttftl. forApuroxlmnti'ly Mradford courtly.' Florida.W1TNKSM .
which small of S correspondents unifthe, full night and 4100 (ene. punt to tie tlf' : 'I'h.| IlonnrHlilif A. V. Lonw,
are a part mer- chard
any files Cured In 6 to 14 Days orvil nlnnir the rondu. MM fullitwmHlnrkiiHnllflemim Jmlwof thn mild Circuit Court anil atao th.
chant marine. The whole argument, PrtiUhM refund money irPAZO OINTMENT full Miss Eva Futch returned home Friday day service of the Associated Press mud. 1.IHHI) |> however is' misconceived. The 18th tocure lluhlnil.:,: Blind SlcedmnnPrfitrurtmll I ) 1'llt Miami where she haa been takes care of that. The Tribune l Is by .l.nwh.y-CrniM ,..""I. H )Q) pant.Hliirkallnlfiinl Hrirlnl, .....1 of thin. court thla the 90th UnyJ
t .
InMiintiv r"li..v... -h'ni4' Piled, oat, you > nn, n" from ro..l, I.RIIII pint! t.tulmr.t.. D. 10211. f
th lUOII'..t.Q. ,"Ice' B""' with friends. .., U. W. ALDRRMAN.
amendment involves the destructionat tfHttfuLp'eeiynttur lujt ( < spending several weeks H..k..Mk.1"11. ,, r SEABOARD TRAIN SCIIEDULBI rimilM, Clerk Circuit Court
.. anil SIII rk.
a blow of property values far, far A large number from Lawtey went A. u. CRRWfl. firadfurd ounty Fla.

greater than that of the whole passenger No Worm In a Healthy Child to the-State Farm Thursday to see flllll IIlt.tn.t intv .1. tttvt .lonv Mtul. nut IIMIII than II.R.Ot.III.211.I. biolrltnp. for i tomtdalnani iSrallI ,\
All children troubled with Worms tmvo, an un- nix In.h..* In ,fHMnul Mt the lop, nnil tu l lhfnrt h.
---- --- -
fleet. The motives which directed the ball (In effect Nov.12, 1)22)! ....... 4
boaltbr color which Indicate pent 1>1... .. and an. game. pln. or cyp. NOTICE TO I>r TOUH AND CRKDITOftl
it disregarded: ordinary commercial rule, there Is more or I 10.. stomach disturbance. Mrs. Sylvester Andrews of Jacksonville SouthboundNo. 'lh, Hnnnl rvitnrvr* thir rlitht. ,I.. r.'Jix-t any All pernoni Indi'ht-d to tile vstat of J. *(.
GROVE TASTELESS TONIC given or nil blue M".w.lI. Into of llmdrord aouotynorMn..
CHILL re u- ,.
? interests. It was a reform larly fur two-or three weeks wil1 enrich thu blood is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. reaches Starke at 10:38: p. m. 10:. H. MATnlKWS.' di-ttraiierl.. ire t.iifvtvil. t any the.r MM\11 d..Ma J '
'{ based upon the belief that the use of I I improvatheilliteitlon.audai, 't*.anenraiStrenijthmln J. \V. Barber. C. A. HJTCII. (IJ-H-Bt-l-l Italrmfli.M.rr.lsry. ) forthwith .nI.1I) p.n',,".) havIng. claim
No. 3, 10:59 a. m. ntrnlnflt ftRM" miNt nhiill) iii)10 thr camp d'llyauthantluaUd : t
alcohol was one of the greatest evils! I ; Tonic" to tha whoh'ly.t..m. Nature wtil, then W. E. Torode, L. A. Marr and V. R 4:58 with the unrkmiirmd. udniin\ t
throw off rr dispel lh.worms.aml th..C"hldwllb! No. 21, Cedar! Key Train p. m NorKB TO IUI>I)KKHSrnliil "lutrniur" within on. year from, dat. h.rvofvor f
of modern life against whose utter l U) purree health. Pleasant .*iiini) r botch Reddish were in Starke Monday. No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m. hid.l i will IHI r.a'lv.'I by tho llrmrilf they will b. forvvvr barrvil.
Miss Ollie Marr Edward and Clarence llnnd TrilMli' o( llrmirotd County, llorliln. Thfa 27th day of Octulwr. A. D I 19 J3.
: Northbound : ut tho nirir at the HrcTutary, of the W. if MAXWKLL.AdmlnfMtrnCor .
,'. Marr of Highland, visited relatives Hnnnl at Htftrk. Flnrlila. until :'i o'clock fM KutaU .1.: M Munwutl.I "1.aramed .-
here Saturday. No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: : a. m. .. Jummry U, lOllS, maC .t that time pIuIullaIyiu'n.d Iti.Z'7.uI.I4.52OIWFK : :
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Nathan Long, of Wauchula was No. 4 at 4:00: p. m. Outi t..n tn twenty h...*. powi tf IIhr .mlhuiittinir FOR PITIIUC'ATIOS
.1 called here last week/, account of No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47: a. m. rntcinn. coo mnuntinic on pint tlrlvvr, In Circuit ('''U'I. HlaUt of I-loridn. F.hh'b .
"r are to twmty hnni power fratfnlfna hokitInic Judicial Circuit" briidfot'l. County in Chnneery. _
.,i'1., MOTHER! MOVECHILD'S : the illness of his sister, Mrs. Dewey No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m. engine fur the iiuinw ",..rp...". Itl.. will I.
. li I .. jrm..lv0il on both new unit MMinnilhandvriulpmvnt. Town of Htarb. a municipal I /
' Bennett. Wannee Branch UiiMvr will !I.. r..iuirf,J to furniHh Corporation I
\ aillcAtl..nA ami eomplftit liMt of iiniiifment *. Cumpluingnt.va I I
1h The ladiei of the Missionary society No. 101 'leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. Mi nn which hw. Hulimtl hldii ami to suerInC. I

held a bazaar at the Lawtey StateBank' No. 101 arrives Stark 3:15 p. m. .'. the MiltlMfactory niwratlon of the unit.. Klornnt rwyermunih and Cnth- I
will >t Iw mmlu until alter ..,uh.. ..In. l yerinunih.. hi. wife, andJ '
. BOWELS Saturday. $20 was realized, Limited train No. {0 I due at Starke neat Vvymvnt him been m rocvivcd anil trfml out liy the I. It. /Hitch 'J'. N. Limbaiwh und

... which will go to the school building! 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe kurd f.f Itnmt othrrwiHe TruHUM-a, tli'lerrnlncd of llrmlfnrtl to the County Hntlufnctlon -, J.ale t;.ft Futuh N. A.n. Illitnh et.eeiiora, .dmcaAd.li of the. a.I/I I
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'.1.. "* George Roberts visited relatives in Limited train No. 10' due at Starke hoard l mt.,rv.. the rltiht It i rcjfVt "ny bill tiled in the ahov-t td. a.'..... that ,
1 or all bliuj. and C.thertn. Kryrmunth -
rlorunta Frcyernnmth'
'" ( Baldwin Sunday. .' ) St. Petersburg to Jackson!\ K S. MArWKWB. thvrvin namd -
t tI ((5:15 a. m., MM.' wife the d d..r.ndao
I l "California Fig Syrup" isChild's Henry Bennett of 'Jacksonville, was C A. f'UT'U. 4;hullmailtltcraUry *, ar. ,un-r..flnta) .t th. HtaW of Iftrlda* flJ
.' ville. ll-H-tt-l-H< nml are nmidi.nU of th.. City of Wathfiuctoii. ,
transacting; business in town Mon I (These two trains d>> .not stop at .-- -. .-. .. l>. c.. 140 rlmt Htn-4-t. N. W.. und I am over
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Best Laxative day. Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the I I cniVreiJ. that Maid, non-rwnlditnt defendnnt bitnml
'It' .... hereby inquired to apiwar' to the bill
Charlie Shepard of Yulee, was a make 1 twern Jacksonville ......
, only stops they > .>r complaint, "".1 in aid on or before
..I I' 666 day .,r Jnnunry. A. P ittMrhvrwl :J.
visitor here Saturday. and Tampa. MnmlHy' tile bat 1
.ald bill will boo
; Even lick child loves the "fruity" ,,pJ.| nJvyful child' again. Albert Martin of Apopka and 't ..
a / / Mrs. Trains Nos. 7 and l 8 operated from IVver and tuktn w a""'.*.. by call dcfeftilnnlii.
ta te of "California FIR Syrup.! If theft Million/ of mother keep "California Mr Albert Pooser of New Smyrna No. 7 t* a Prescription( for Colds It (I. further ordered that. ihi order b. pub-
little stomach i I. upunt. tongue coatc.l Fig Kynip", !liandy. They know a toainpounuil Hampton to St. Petersburg. LaGrippc. ft's the 'mnst ap..t'dy remedy lUhrd) one a ivvali for foui aonaur.tno, weeks.
full nick child to. are guests! of Mrs.. J, T. Moore thin 11:50 m. and No. in th't KradConl. (Bounty' Ttflvirraph. a n .--
or if your child in cross faverigli tOday Maw a < leaving Hampton p. we know preventing Pniumonlu.U1 ,purwr" puhllnhrd. In Maid county anj .Ialll.
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., never houuu'fail to can open s'e,the for youm howcU.lf how In a thor-fsw "California tions for, babies Fig Syrup"and children which of has allau diree.!fe. are through: trains, St. Petersburg to a / .*(.,.-;. .;1 :I Ii...... I (S..I l) W.Clerk ALPF.RMAN.Cl-cult Court J
yoii LAKE BUTLER a 0, C. A. KNIGHT. )
ouffhly it work all the constipation I Itend..r. printed on bottle. Mother I You mu t .I Cincinnati Ohio. mown vitality .... ,n>rilby( mrlrytfjl .i>d Deputy Clerk

little.. bowels and, gives you a say "California "O or you may get .an. T. J. GRIFFIN rklinth! ; baud V... >u loon trt** tfnilu arjg E. M, JOHNS.
Poison, lour bile and we.to from tie imitation fig syrup, Lake Butler, Dec. 8-Mr. KIrkland Agent. 1 "IIIut.t.:1111: CII.uP I.'.... 05. SolIcitor for Complainant. 12-1-4-1:149: -I

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I' I r J- Mrs. Wm. Jones of near here, hasa Ited his.father Sunday. j home Sunday after sending a few c Mrs. Ruby Gaines YlF I
/. ( i .....;.11M --: __"-: N. ,..---.... martin pole in her yard from which .I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, '1>lrs. J. J. days' with relatives and friends at end with homefolks-spent ThcreRsu the I I i
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T several gourds were suspended. One 'Smith, Miss Winifred Wimberly and Jacksonville. k :Mrs!\ S. C. Andreu left Tut ,u" i ia
''i" 'tIl/ of the gourds: fell to the ground recently : :o.r08I1tS. It. W. Vaughn and W. M. Mr. and ]Mrs. C. M.\ Andreu were visit to her parents, III r. :u ,1
/ t NewsInurotin ltelfis 1. and it was discovered to be I j I Vfiniberly motored to Kingsley lake : visitors to LaCrosse Tuesday. C. M. Dennison of Midwaj "
.. County full of Upon examination the 'Hienday on a fishing and hunting trip ,
pecans I i
,I Il l j I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and Several of the young folks ,n j.
r remaining gourds were found to con- I Mrs. J. O. McCormick and children
-- i brother left Friday for South Flor- the Cane grinding at W M. II, l
I tain peeal4) and in all twelve pounds I of Wild (ood, are guests of Mr. and I "
l *r.ct, Gathered During vhe, V/cek br Our J were recovered. They were probably i j !Mrs W. G. Crews for a few days. i ida. last week.

'I Re.uar. Corre.pondenta. placed there by birds or squirrels. I:, C. S. Thornton of Jacksonville, was John Harrell'of Raiford, has mov-
\ I' -- -- I M. I* Wattrrson has recently in- I|! a business visitor here Friday. ed in our community. He'is occupinjrtjia

LQ -- stalled<< new shingle mill and is not I|I George Robinson, C. M. Click andMr. : !. Edwards place.
? --- vnlti prepared to supply the home \ Holcomb, of Jacksonville, were I I Charlie Barry died at the home of Nose stopped ?
t : liRGOKEltmi ternoon. market but will have shingles.for ex- in town Tuesday.Mrs. This nephe.v, O. W. Barry Saturday up
The B. Y. P. U.: elected officers Sun I
I :: D. E\\: Bell and children were night as the result of a fall Intor- MENTHOLATUM
Brooker, Dec 8.-I. W. Pinholster, day evening: as follows: port.Mr.
Loote and family have moved I visitors to Lawtey Thursday. went took place at Antioch funeral
''of LaCrosse was,' transacting business President Roswell Ward. here and are located in the Spnrkman Crooks Mosley and Preston Johns- services being conducted by Rev. Nor quickly clears it. .
Vice Kay Andreu. I
1 i here last Wednesday. president cottage on Church street. He is em- of Springdale were week-end visitors I ria. It was attended by a large host
f Ilucinn Hazen and :Mr. Nichols, of i I Secretary, Clara Cone ployed at the telegraph office., here. of friends and relatives.
Treasurer, Mrs. T. P. Ward. .
High Spring, spent Thanksgiving: ?
W. II. Jones; traveling: salesman, i
+J here with the former' parents Mr. Quiz Leader Mrs. J. D. Baxter. was exhibiting a eleven and one-half I -- .-- -- .- .- -' -<<.-....--........;;
and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. Willie Mae Ollivei JUST PLAIN: SUICIDE --.-
i I I Group leaders pound trout here this week, caught *| -
s i ;Mr: alHll\frll. J. E. Clemons are vis,1 and Inez Abernathy. .Santa Fe lake. I, 1 1I

,1? iting: their daughter Mm.\ G. C. Mills' D. L. Connerly of Cooter Pond, was I It was a sunny, lazy day in June.,
'' i of Ona who has been seriously. ill for I I transacting,i business here last Satur.i HAITORD I The streets of the little Aalabama I Christmas \,

I i the past week.'v I i I day. town were nearly deserted. Along the /

f C. E. Crosby left Saturday for Kitsi Pine Hill lodge No. 9, F. & *. M., I sidewalk: presently there strolled a
4 h, si mmee, where he will teach school. elected officers Saturday afternoon at RaLford, I5 c. 8.-:Mrs. W. M.\ Graham courtly gentleman in the frock coat
& i Guy Pinholater and Carl Ward, of their regular meeting as follows: who has been visiting her parents and wide-brimmed hat of the Southern is Near

Jacksonville spent Sunday here with W. M., P. M DaJefoot.S. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews colonel. A shifty-eyed negro,
relatives. W., J. W. L. Pinholster. for several days, returned to her homein much the worse for bootlegger stuff
..I Inez Abernathy was a week-end J. W., L. A. Brown. South Jacksonville Friday after shambled along in the opposite direc

+. truest of Willie Mae Oliver, of Pine ,. Treasurer P. A. Crosby. noon.Mr. tion. As the two passed the darkey We Have Prepared. Have You?
t: ? Hill. Secretary T. W. Markey. and Mrs. Joe Jones and children spoke angrily and drunkenly to the I

:Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and S. D., H.( R. Brown. Clarence, Helen and Hannah, of Colonel: "Git" outa ma way, yo' po' XMAS STOCK JUST UNPACKED I
m Mr. find Mrs. R. L. Oatcen spent Sun- J. D., L. M. Waters. 4 Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving here. white trash, 1':* a mea..*niggah!"
day afternoon at Graham. S. S., C. M. Andreu. with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones. They buried the darkey the next '
a IM Among those attending the teachers J. S., W. S. Nabb. Mrs. G. W. Anderson was shoppingin day, down in the little cemetery by Gifts of all kinds. Both useful and ornamental

meeting at Starke last Friday Marshal-D. J. Byrd. t Starke last; week. I the river. Priced reosonable to fit every pocketbookFOR
k ; were, Misses Thelma Thomas Eunice I Chaplain, R. T. Osteen. ', Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts and 1 At the trial of the Colonel the jury
Hazen, Lydia Groover Willie Mae Tyler E. Be Andreu.G. children Mr. and )Mrs.! Dennis Roberts I deliberat.l for two entire minutej. i
Olliver, Prof. Grain and C. E. Cros W. and E. M. Hazen'were visitors Worthington Springs, were I Then they filed in and announced.. they

w 'll, w by. to the county seat Tuesday. visiting relatives here Sunday after had reached decision. LAIHES' FOR GENTSFRIEDMANSHELBY

t, Lorene Hazen and Lottie Gainey, of Jno. Shriver who has been at Riv- noon. The judge calved: for their verdict. 1
1'I ttl Lawtey, spent last weekend herewith erside bospitai. Jacksonville, for the MY., and Mrs. Johnson of Lake Butler I The foreman of the jury arose and DRESS GOODS SHOES

:, homefolks ? past two weeks is able to be home were in town Sunday afternoon. in 'a calm, unperturbed mannEr, spat SUITS LATEST UNDERWEAR SUITS '
e Vascoe Hazen was a visitor to Law- again, much to the dejbht. of his Mr. and Mrs. Strickland, of Lake into the nearest cuspidor. COATS rflATS )"
"' //I ty Wednesday afternoon. friends. Butler, were.visiting in town Sunday "Suicide," M! said. GLOVES OVERCOATS l

n '\ Leila Mae Andrew who has been) Louis Colson, of Ft. White has. aftel lOon. I DRESSES OVERALLS

r'' ,. attending school at New River, 'entered -: been here on a visit with relatives.. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Wells' and DEATH Of MRS. COLEMANMrs. APRONS. TROUSERS I'
baby Miss Joyce Terry of'Lawtey
school here Monday. ,r TRUNKS TRUNKS"i iI
F ) Fred Hazen of Starke spent last HAMPTON were. In town Thursday afternoon. .-Alice Evelyn Coleman wife of I (
I Miss Loca Anderson who is teach "
Thursday here. with homefolks. "at
Ii Mr. J. .Ernest Coleman died her
/1 Mesdames M. C. Pinholnter and E. Hampton, Dec. 8.-J. jtJones who ing in the Lake Butler high school home southeast of Starke Tuesday af-

I :y t NV Alexander and son, Hadsoll of ,is noted for his success iWt growerof spent 'last week-end'wlth her parents ternoon; December 5th, after a short
Jacksonville here 1 here. '*-. illness. The cause of her death was
M are visiting relatives strawberries was 'exhibiting a very I
{O' this week. beautiful quart of Missionary strawberries :Friends of Miss Perla Whitten are pneumonia, which followed influenza. For Children I
Roswell Ward was a visitor to the glad to see her out again, after a severe Mrs. Coleman was a daughter of f i
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week.! >
: Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton, of I
> 'F:{ "county seat Saturday. I i Mrs. J. C. Cnlclwefl Is visiting friendsIn attack of tonsilitis. Starke and was born in Baker county 9 Our Toy Department is just packed with gifts of
'i MisS! Ruth Moore is visiting at the I
wash ,
\ Lewis Shriver visitor to the I Valdosta and Macon Ga., this 6 about 23 years ago. Four, years ago joy for the children. Gifts of every nature and de
home ( Miss Perla Whitten at this
.I; County seat ''
I Monday. week. she was married to Mr. Coleman. For
in children and let them look at
scription. Bring
time. your .
L JL. and II.R. Brown several she had been consistent
d were vili.j, F. M. Johnson and family of Loris years a -
!' tore to the State Farm Sunday after. S. C., have purchased property and located Mr. and Mrs.s. H. Moore were vie member of the Church of Jesus our display.
w !., noon.f' I here.Cleveland. itprs to Jacksonville recently.. Christ, and her life was one of devo- .
Ovelda Connerly, of CV ter PomJ|' Sullivan of Theressa wasa Miss, Lois Drake, of Jennings, is tion to God, het family and her many Resides Toys'we have a Tull line of Children'sClothing
a friends. and Shoes good goods at right prices.
.' spent the weekend here the guest of business visitor here. x the guest of Miss Margaret Anderson -
She leaves to her
mourn departureher
this week.
Eunice Hazen. | Mrs. E. Ci Williams is visiting ref Misses Marguerite and Anna Mae husband, an infant child, father People of this community have"learned to knowour
:Dewey Bvthea of Santa Fe, and atives and friends in Citra this week. mother two brothers and one sister
,t ( Anderson and Harley Moore visitors store as a place of honest dealing. We give you full
Blanche were
Connerly of Cooter Pond
Mrs. M. L. Maynard, of Alachua besides many other relatives and a I
't were visitors here Saturday !after-,;' Who has been the guest of her daughter to Long Bridge Sunday.Dr. host of friends. value for every dollar spent' here.
J. M. of Lake
; noon. Mann Butler The in of Fu- t
I Mrs. W. B. Alexa qderreturned interment charge
Marvin Hazen of Sumner i U here'' to her home this week. V was a professional visitor here last! neral Director D. C. Jones was at

t, on a visit with homefolke.t J. J. Lawrence, of Brooklyn, was a week.W.. South Prong cemetery in Baker county .
t Mrs. Melvin of Lawtey, is here business visitor here. II. Andrews was a business/ visItor Wednesday.\ A large number of
to Lake Butler Monday. relatives and friends ,escorted the remains -
: visiting her J. X
; son, Msrgan. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirkland an.1 I
Miss Mae Duke who had been at- from Starke and many livingat
J. C. Cone and last I
spent Bonnie of
daughter, Belle Tampa
t the former home'of the deceased,
tending school here, returned to her "Cash
Thursday with relatives at Wateroak.. !
who have been the guests of Mrs. joined the mourners at the cemetery. Store"r
I Mr. Dyal of Graham was here last I Kirkland's brother, E. J. King returned home,in ,Lake Butler Monday Elders Stevenson and Spencer. con- .
Friday. : | to their home Sunday. ducted the funeral services.BRADFORD .

f W. A. Crosby, of LaCrosse was in Mrs. Hattie Turner of Leaksville, MILLER ,- -

ill town Monday. | Miss, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.C. .' .. Ifj="DIDI""momcDmmm..m.'m''UJJm..l1fnalt" !'' Ou.'Itl..u.'nn...''''''''....
I'' Miller, Dec. 8.-Mrs. W. D.; Dukes
1 Among those In Starke Monday were E. Harper. 114
H. P. and L. R. Gainey, A. A. Hazen.A. Mrs. Shaw, 'of. Flint; Michigan is visited her daughter Mrs. Arthur Bradford, Dec. 8.-Mrs. N. G. Hayeswas Now is the Time to B. I
%j' B. Surrency C. N.. Shaw, G. B. the guest of her mother Mrs. F. H. Douglass,, of Lake City Sunday.Mr. a visitor to Worthington. Tues
Colson E. T Stewart S V Andreu Chesser. I and Mrs. N. H. Stokes were day. '

;+ k I' M. P. Matheny and J.-Waters.." Mrs. Williams, of Lake Butler, who shopping in Worthington Friday. Mrs. O. C. Scarborough returnedTo ,
t I Mrand Mrs. C. M. Dukes visitors Christmas Goods
r Mrs S. J. Kelly has moved to 'has been visiting her son, E. C. Williams were
I. Starke where she will live with her retprned to her home Sunday. I to Lake City recently. Cure a Cold In One l"iy'
t daughter, Mrs. Anna Murrhec. Mrs. I Miss Blanche Roberts of Lake Butler Take LAXATIVE BROMO .: (lTohlet.i(
; Mrs. J. P. Sullivan" having her S*
and HuadniliQ and .
atop the 4 ouuh wot K" pr ;:
Kelly has many friends! who will regret I residence on Church street repairedand was the guest of Carrie Belle .,11<1. r.W.(,GROVi. BliiDBture on c t' .. her departure. repainted.: Brown Thursday. f' are ready to you goods
:B.! T. Stewart In Hal Maines, of Lake Butler visited A TONIC that
was Starke" Thurs B. Y. Saxon, of Pompano has been friends here will Please
day. visiting his brother J. H. Saxon this Thursday. Drove's Tasteless chill Tonic Restores
j Harriet Ritch of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglass, of and Vitality
id ( spent a week. Energy by Purifying and
", ) i few days of last week here at the Rev. R.: E. Burke of Waldo, preached Worthington Springs, passed through Enriching the Blood. When you feel its MINER'S JEWELRY STORE .
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Av Weeks. at the Methodist church Sunday here Sunday enroute to Providence to strengthening/Invlgoratlng effect, see howIt
: Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholster spent morning and evening. visit relative brings color to' the cheeks and howit I I. HEADQUARTERS for '

; tl Saturday afternoon in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.' Birt "Pent' last E. H. Douglass had the misfortuneto improves the iffpetltd. you :m then .

Mr. and Mrs. J. R Davis, of Stajke, Thursday with his father W. P. Birt, fall :from a wagon' and break his appreciate its true tonic value. Rogers Brow. Silverware. Pencils.Monngrammed .
M were visitors to our town Friday af- of Loufse. shoulder recently. Groves Tasteless chill Tonlo 'la simply;
t Community Plate.
'1 o N. If. Stokes was a business visi- Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So Belt!>buckles.
tor to Lake Butler Monday.* pleasant even children like It. The blood Oneida Plate. Belts,* Cuff Links.

tl1 ./ Miss Janie Bielllng and brother ,attended needs QUININE to Purify it arjtl IRON to' Ladies' Watches Alarm Clocks. Q
a party in Columbia county Enrich it-Destroys Malarial! germ, and Gents' Watches.Rracelets. Parlor Clocks.
1+ Friday night. Grip germs by Its Strengthening/ InvlgorRim4 .
Electric Effect lOc.( Toilet Sets.
\,. Shoe Shop Mrs. N. II. Stokes was a business Charms Fountain Pens. Flush Lights.
visitor to Dukes Saturday.
Rings of All Kind Harps Games, Knives.'

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,"' !r {4- It's the.soles of the people!I,keep in view,. Highland Dec. 8.-J. L. Johnson AVALLIERES

For I am the doctor of ,the boot and shoe, was day. a .visitor to Jacksonville Wedges- We have a wonderful, selection of Lavallieres

"' I serve the living and not. t the} dead I A. A., Crews is convalescing after which we will close out at exceptionally low prices.

r .' With the best leather, wax and thread. a Mrs.severe. L.illness.A. Curry, of Miami visited POSTAL CARDS ;

Sew on the sole and nail i't.. fast, her daughter, :Mrs. Harrison Moseley Christmas' cards carry the joy of remembrance to

t M .. ,Do a good job and make it last, k :...... several. M.days Vaughn recently.R. of.Lawtey visited. the receiver. We have a wide selection of cards. E

: .:;-- friends here We C Our Own
1 -. There is nothing snide 'about what I"tfo Monday. grind LensesNODELAY '
Mrs.:II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win PAPER
). Doubt not this statement for' my work proves it ifred Wimberly were shopping In ,
Our Stock of is
Jacksonville Friday.G. Stationery. large and all new stock.
I true QaJnesVille. Florida. The variety comprises several colors
W. Parker of Jacksonville vis- and from this assortment
There's good who you are sure to find a gift suitable to your
i a many patients come To taste. '.
*stop a Cough Quick
to my door, take HA YES: ', HEALING HONEYS a COFFINS & CASKETS |

Worn out, run down besides feeling'sor cough healing medicine the Inflamed which and stop irritated the cough tissues.A by. Amd m Full Line of QUALITY GOODS

Ill Though I 3o not plasters box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Undtrt ..._r_' Supplies All our goods are quality goods. Seldom do we advertise
use or ,
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and but at Jthis time we have such a complete stockof :

"" t I cure all "sick, shoes, ''no matter how ill. Croup flA YES'Is HEALING enclosed with HONEY.every The bottle salvo of Always AUTOMOBILE on hand. The HEARSE best ..... seasonable goods it is to the public's interest to know- ,:

should be rubbed on the chant and throat ..... at tile lowest prices. Spa of jt. .
ot children: suffering from a Cold or Croup.I I del attention to) telegraph Drae..red '.
The bMltn*tffort of HITM Heeling fleecy(la- .
iHo the threw onmblixid with the h.liDS((foci of I an. Embal_.
/ ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP the.hla t.i rav*'. OPra-TraM Salve. Ulratuh UM font of U. D. MINER
mm Map a oaadu
Both rmnadle. *.. pcckad.In on carton sad. thecat DeWITT C. JONES
F. Hffllingsaiorth, Prop. of the ccmbbwd tnwnMM I*tee Jewelry Store '
..Just' ak> your dnvglst for HAYPSr: I STARKE, FIA '4ImIUIV'nnW'UW3l"

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