Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02155
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02155
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Bradford Telegraph has always advocated )
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Decembec .
Tuesday I
AT STARKE and section, were saddened over the "Trading at Home." Years ago we saw the .1 .., .' First Sergeant Frank Steam, pf \

news of the death of Dr. J, '0. Iluynea, harmful effect to the community in sending money to ': Here IH a gift that will prove tj > the Florida National Guard! unit, 154 'I .

Though the event was not unexpected other parts of the 'country. People of Florida ha\c j j 'S interesting every day of tho ,yI Infantry, stationed here, was elected :
LOCAL BUYERS MAKE FIRST511iP111ENT'ON the deceased had for so many years I been building hard roads in the? Northern States for I I I *: yearn year's subscription to' Bccoi/d lieutenant Wednesday 'evening -

SATURDAY.. been a familiar figure here till it was years until now they are most ,completed. Stop awhile. 1'1 i > the Bradford County Telegraph.> of this week. Mr. Steam succeeds -
PRICES GOOD hard to realise that he had gone hence I, 1 folks; do for your own that which you have done for I It's a gift that never bucomesI ( Harold C. Wall as lieutenant, "

-, The death took place aE the home of: other states. We need good roads here in Floridat; I > th'esome-for: it tells a different; ,i- Mr.\ Wall having resigned. ,,

The strawberry market opened in his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Grant, of 11! need many things to build up our land but at long/ as fFlorida's story every week. ,!1, Roddy Crosby was elected first ser- ,
is sent out of the state we will be keptIn I <*' The will J bo wclcomed i i> .
Starke ,Saturday last when Thomas King street, Jacksonville, where he money | Telegraph .Kcunt, replacing let sergeant Stearn. ,'
Williams\ and Ed Thomas, local buyers had been some time receiving medico the background. c by every member of the fumf Lieut. Stearn is a World War veteran -
started purchasing the early' crop treatment and the most tender nur- Co-operation is essential! Co-operate with Starke I ily or your friend's family for 'Y having seen months of hard ser-

of Bradford county farmers In all ing. But an illness of severM"'years'duration merchants men ,who pay taxes here, men who are first I ,<* each of them have an interest in 4 vita In the latuwar. Ills military cxr y

06 quarts were purchased at pricesranging coupled, with advanced age,, to contribute for every worthy-cause men who have eomo way or other in the news ob s perionce overseas should prove beneficial -
from 35 to 50 cents quart. made a cure Impossible the interests of community' at heart. I *>> columns of the county pnpor. i* In his now capacity in making '

Thomas Williams shipped one crate Dr. Haynes was a* son of the late Trade at home be a booster for Starke. Start (to "* We carry !thu news! the kind. you 'J!> the local! unit a well trained company. '

containing thirty-two quarts to a Mr. B. Haynes, who then owned t build hard roads in Florida and ",let other sections of I like to read. 4 S

Philadelphia merchant. Mr. Thomas' plantation near Pablo Beach and was this country care for themselves. 4' Make someone happy with a t ARCHIBALD JOHNS
of sixty-four quarts also toltr 4year's subscription to the Tele-i$
shipment born 68 years; ago. Later his parent THE CHECKER CHAMPION
wE'nt.to Philadelphia, the Quaker moved to Bradford county, where the umuiufflKimmiim\ "IJlmmmrc.llJIW( >I1 t1Zif QS>d'tl:': >m3Cfllfs <8> graph. It's only $2.00 a year. 4 \

City. elder Haynes bought a large tract of( 'a Subscribe now. <$> Who is Who in StarkeT! Under

Earliest in History land between Hampton and-Theressa,, STARKE ,SCHOOL WILL RUN '' .** '$ this Head we are forced! to state that __
This shipment of berries is the earliest <$> <$' $> SAP! <$> \$> s$> <$' <$> 4 ',& & 4
including the present site of Hamp. Archibald Johns Is now ranking
on' record, goipg from Starke ton, and he later became tax collector FULL EIGHT MONTHS TERM LARGE SHIPMENT ? checker champion. Mr. Johns in now
''e arid is ample proof that as a strawberry for the county, holding the post. OK PECANS MADE at the head of his class, having trimmed -
section Starke cannot be beat. tion for Young Haynes .
many years. I every aspirant to his title thus
I::1' Local buyers have set purchasing. spent_his early years on the farm and TRUSTEES WORK OUT A PLAN of finances confronted the trustees H I. ,Stevenson has completed hill tar in the race. It is only .in justice *" ,
days., On' these days air berries later studied dentistry. December 7,, REMAINING I with the problem of \working out Home 1022 shipment of pecans, consisting of to other checker players that we are
Ii' brought in by growers will be purchased 1876. he married Miss Georgia A... plan for the continuation of tho term. 42 barrels or approximately 7.000poundll. ( making note of Mr. John's title. Those

l, at the arket price. Temple, daughter of the late Mr."" Simon FOUR MONTHS. In view of the adoption of the constitutional Tho majority of the nuts who believe that they can beat the

All'' the strawberries thus far J. Tempje, who then had a sawmill '- amendment allowing a larger were shipped to Philadelphia Pa. present champ are welcome to visit

f':: brought in have been of the Misxion- at Thurston south of Starke. To At a meeting of the trustees of the levy for special tax districts, it The crop this year was rather light Starke for a aeries of games.'

+; ary variety, of good size fine appearance the union were born three children,, Bradford High School held Tuesday was decided to borrow the necessary and. the meats were not as heavy na in All checker games are played at theheckor

and l good flavor. Growers reIt' I two of whom survive their father I.n afternoon it was decided to continueall money: for continuing the school. This former years. Some pecan growers headquarters, in the real canto .

.port that if the weather keeps .the early 80's Dr. Haynes moved to grade of the school for the full decision puts an end to all uncertainty have attributed thin to a change In office of C. I.., Peek & Son It U

t', the "crop will steadily increase and Starke to engage in his professionand term of eight months without charging in the matter. the fertilizer which was used!, but oth- not understood by somo how Col.Il'e'k r

large shipments,,, wilf be made by had lived here ever since. He had tuition, or asking for contribu" The Bank of Starke, which institution -' ore claim it wall merely an off year. tolerates a checker game in view ; ,

Christmas. practiced dentistry for / nearly fifty tions. The appropriation for the some time ago offered to finance Mr. Stevenson hits shipped its high .. of tho fact that Mr. Johns beat.him j

"1 Cold Weather Wanted years and was considered one of the school from the county general school the present term of school throughout aa 30,000 pounds some years. for the title. ;

; Many growers claim that if tho best dentists the tate. fund will be exhausted when the the,county at an interest rate of Let un!" hear from some checker '

: cold weather (which is certain) would I. Dr. Haynes took much interest in teachers are paid for the present 6 per cent, will loan the local trustees CHRISTMAS BOX FOR VETERANSThe I layern. ,
r only come now that it would mean a public matters and was one of the. month. 'The special school tax fundis what money is necesmiVy to continue 4HAPTISf

larger crop in February when the men who made Starke. He was always not sufficient to pay for the'' remaining theyschool (n Starke for tho full eight local U. D. C, chapter will Bend :: CHURCH BULLETIN: ..

heavy picking season opens. I on the right side and his opin- four months. This condition months at that rate. a Christmas box to the Soldiers' -- ,

The Largest: Picking. ions were always sought on public : Home in Jacksonville. Thu box will Interest in the work .of tho church

Jim Adkins, of Wateroak section, questions. lie was a Methodist of COURT BRADFORD COUNTY BANK ; bo packed next Monday afternoon at end Bible school In being maintained .
heads the early growers.Mr." AdkillS many years standing and a good IN COUNTYJUDC.E'S WILL REDEEM: 1IONDS I the residence of Mrs. W. JL. Wall and in splendid fashion. Young and oM :

brought in seventeen quarts of Christian, ever ready for good deeds. I anyone who wixhea,tuJunatu. apples, have caught the spirit of the Master, 4
berries' Saturday rand received fifty, About a year ago she, who had Been The following cases have been disposed I tobacco, raisins or candy may leave and are giving themselves freely to
cents a quart'for them. of lately by Judge Green: Holders of Victory Bonds: and War
: his faithful partner for 45 years died, ( their gift at J. F. Klcklitcr's store, or the tank of building up His cause in
At LawteyAt the loss served to ''State vs Green Moody grand lar Savings Stamps' arc able to have their I
and ,sorrow over hand to Mrs. J. M. Urownlou, chair the community. You would enjoy the y
Lawtey J. H. Moore made a Bound to circuit court in holdings redeemed free of charge by
increase the ailments that had already ceny. over man. tpirlt should<1 you once 'come withinits
I. shipment of a crate on Friday of last set in. Little by little he had to giveup a bond of $500. the Bradford County Dank, Cannier Sending n Christmas box to the Influence. Next Sunday you will

I week. From reports all)) over the coun- his life's Vork. lie at last accept. State vs J. P. Peoples, charged with J. II, Ritch has announced. Soldiers' Homo in a time honored custom -I have a chance! to prove this by upendng f +

ty it appears that Bradford county L-d the .solicitations of Mr. and Mrs. trading mortgaged property. The evidence The Victory Bonds, series A, B, C, with the W. T, Weeks Chapter, the time with us that we give to =

will head the strawberry producing Grant to come to their home, and being insufficient to' bind the defendant D, E, F, fall duo today December 15th as each year since their organizationa work and worship. I
. counties this year. It can be done there he received the most tender al over to circuit court, he was The principal and accrued Interest well(1 filled box has gladdened the The Itiblo school meets at 0:45 a. '

nnd Bradford county will\ be made by'I tcntiona until the inevitable took discharged.State will be paid by the Bradford County hearts of the veterans at the Home. n., with the airship contest still on. f
the early crops of strawberry producing place. vs S. L 'Alvarez, charged Bank or ,accepted for deposit. The Aviator Brownlee will take pleasuren
farmers. .I Of near relatives Dr. Haynes leaves with having liquor in his possession War Savings Stamp become due on "I see them slowly\ marching, year by explaining It to you should you

The First Crate 1 a son, Dr. O. L. Haynes of Starke a unlawfully came to a final hearing January lilt and cash will be paid for year step In for a few minutes during the 3
Jim Adkins, of Wateroak section, laughter, Mrs. W. J. Grant, of Jack- Tuesday. The case 'was nolle pressed same, or they will be accepted for A lessening, ba'nd. to that lone camp school hour '

brought the first full crate, 32 quarts sonville and two brothers, Mr. O on motion of the state. Judge Geo. deposit. AU service Is free of charge. ing ground Divine worship at 11:00: a. m., when t.nho
of strawberries to market on Tuesdayof Haynes, of Hampton and Mr. W. Ij. Geiger, of Clay county, presided. Where their comrades In the days pastor will have for his subject ,
this week. Mr. Adkins sold this Vidalia Ga. 'who is at that tried Consternation."
Haynes of ,! MRS. E. R. NEFF ENTERTAINS The Church of the
crate to Thomas Williams foe. $16.00. present'ill from injuries sustained i ii in NOTICE TO VICTORY BONDHOLDERS AT OYSTER ROAST Hen's souls, have grounded arms. for It: is in such a church that silent forces i

With the mild weather continuing, ') train wreck. They have the sympathy ever. dreaded as a sort of creeping paralysis R
he says he will have two crates every of the entire community In Mrs. Ed. R. Neflf entertained a number Ease has seldom been their portion; ) ; and we shall study the mattero

, week. "I heir sorrow I of friends at an oyster roast in bronzed by sun see If there Is any danger of booming r
I The remains. In charge of Morton Victory bonds with the letters A, B, hre yard on aturday evening last. tnd bit by winter's cold, they bear : such a church. i
,SANTA FE CEMETERY IS WELl Jacksonville C, D, E, or F, preceding the serial the scars followed ;
Kyle, undertakers ar Needless to say the affair was enjoyed B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m., I
KEPT I& have been called in by the' And blows of envious. time as valiantly
on the 11 a. m. express Wed- number .by all the participants. by the evening service. The sermon
One of the best kept cemeteries in, nesday, and were received by FuneraDirector government and are redeemable 'for i I A most delicious menu was served apse; will be "Running Punt Danger ,
Bradford county is known as the, San. *D. C. Jones.. Mr. and Mrs. full, cash value on and after Decem- consisting of roast oysters, olives, \t onco they" bore the bufTetinga! of iignalM.." This has become a habit a

? ta Fe cemetery five miles from this; W.:J. Grant and a few friends of the ber 15th. Holders of these bonds may relishes, cocoa and cake. Followingthis war. with some folk, and one which seems ,
*". city and one" and one-half miles from family also arrived. The active pall- have them redeemed in cash at full feast the party entered the hostess to be fastening itself upon the public i

Hampton. This cemetery comprisestwo bearers were.. Messrs. L. G. Powell, face value 'and accrued interest by parlor where a musical programwas Y8TEK: SUPPER FRIDAY EVE- oday. We shall discuss some of

acres which have been planted F.rC., Hoover A. M. Darby, J. M presenting them at the Bank of enjoyed. NINO these signals, neglect of which has

to camphor and cedar trees poinsettia Mitchell A. S_ Cqews; M., H. Ritch; Starke. The government will not pay Among those present were, Mr. and rought> sorrow to multitudes in 'all
plants and roses. The entire acreage J. interest on these bonds after Decem- Mrs. G. M. Inman's finance com mi t- family friends v :
honorary pallbearers were, Messrs. Mrs. J. H. Hitch Mr. and Mra.-E. S. unda. Bring your
Is surrounded by a substantial wire F. Kickliter C. A. Futch, J. M. Alvarez ber 15th. By surrendering: them'and Matthews! Mr. and Mrs. George Collins te'e of the Woman's Club will give an and company with you. The Church : .'
fence with iron gates and the ceme- and R. S. Humphrey. The remains placing the money in our savings department Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman, Miss yster supper Friday evening at six f'tho Glad Hand welcomes you. '
tery is kept beautifully clean by Silas were taken to the home of the son of holders may have their' Interest Iris Epperson James Kickliter and 'clock"at the club house. ,

.. Fotch. Persons who own lots there the deceased, Dr. O. L."Haynes of go right along without inter-, Mr.: Hutchinson of Jacksonville. The rest room :twill be turned over MASON TO ATI''END WORSHIP 11
end money to Mrs. Mary Geiger'or I Water street, where tho funeral services ruption. I to'the men for a smoker for the eve- -

A. A. Futch, of Hampton, and this' is were to.be held. War'Savings: Stamps due Janutry1st { ACCIDENT ON MONDAY ning./ At the regular meeting of Bradford
AUTO cook-
applied on the upkeep of "God's acre." I" Rev. R. I. Barnett of the Riverside will also redeemed by us. All MORNING Supper will consist of oysters Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M., Monday ,
ed In different styles, salad, pickles, '. .
Methodist church, Jacksonville con- service in' connection; with the hand- night an Invitation was accepted to

HIGHLAND ducted the funeral service at 2:30: p. ling of these_bonds and stamps will The Ford cars-of ,Turner's Bakery I bread, coffee.evening.50 Dec.( cents 15th.for supper.FridaY' attend upon divine worship' in the ;It

m. Interment was at Crosby ceme- be performed without charge. ante NE'llIon Green collided in front of I Baptist church on Sunday evening. '
;' ,Highland, Dec. 15-Miss Ollie Man tery, by' the side of his wife who died BANK OF STARKE Wills Store at the depot on Monday I'IANO AND I EXPRESSION RECITAL Dec. 31st. This will be the second .
went to Starke Wednesday for a visit just a year ago. Mrs. Jack Briggs It E. S. Matthews, Pres. morning about nine o'clock. Turner'scar BY MRS. HUGHES' PUPILS1vi11 annual sermon to be delivered to the ;I'

with her ,sister Mrs S., A. Bryan. and ,Mm A.' Z Adkins sang: at the was not damaged. Mr. Green'scar lodge by Dr. Uullen, who I./hlm.elf. t

.Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel grave. The: grave was covered with a WOMAN'S CLUB BAZAAR ; however, was put out of commission Be Given at the Gaiety Theatre a member of the Masonic fraternity. :
Ricks were 'shopping in Jacksonville profusion of beautiful flowers sent by ; the front wheels belnsevered/ Dec. 2Ut It is hoped every member will be able ht
.W' Wednesday.J. friends and the following organizations 'The bazaar and chicken pilau supper from the car.Occupants to spend the last 'Sunday; evening of
L. Johnson was a business visitor : Children of the Confederacy given by the Woman's Club last of the cars were not injured -- at'seven- the year In worship. "f
Next Thursday evening
'Ii t. Jacksonville Thursday. Methodist church of Riverside Jacksonville Friday :evening, resulted- In the total and the owners agreed ta a '
at he Gaiety Theatre Mrs
, .,\, Mrs. Richard Lee' and children of Missionary Society of the proceeds being $123.13 which ,will be settlement. The Green car was takento forty-five Nelle H. ,Hughes will present to the STARKE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION ) .
| :Raiford visited relativea here Satur- Starke Methodist church, Woman's added .to the torn for paying off the I the Ford Garage for repairs. and GOES ON RECORDThe ,
public her piano expression
. Club and United Daughters of the debt on the new club house. -
day.Mrs. their first recital of the '
pupils In 1
:' Jv O. McCormick end children Confederacy. Mrs. O. L. Beasley presented the SllOP EARLY Starke Ministerial Association
,pr( left Friday for heir home 'Wild- Attending' the funeral from out of club with a handsome hand-made bed season. and girls wishes to put itself on record as protesting -
.' wood after a visit here with rela- town were! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grant spread and bolster cover, which was Twenty-two young boys i against the. perversion of Jus- !,
"The early bird catches the worm, from the ages of five to twelve will
tives. Haynes Grant Mrs. H. M. Cameron, embroidered. This ele- to the
In regard
; exquisitely tice in this vicinity
and at this the number
y; Mr. Daeke of Waldo was transactIng Rev.[ R. I. Barnett Mrs. Jack Briggs, of handwork was raffledoff is an old time saying sea ( take part and fully half .
. gent piece liquor question.A
of the seems to imply "Shop will make their debut on this ocean- I
;;y. business here Saturday. tfrs. A. H. Freeman of Jacksonville and netted the sum of $65.50, the son year E. Dunham, T. J. Hedges, W. E.

ik' : H. C. Wimberly, Jr., o( Island Mr. and Mrs. 0. Haynes, Mrs. P. spread going to Mrs. J. H.. .Ritch. Early. note by Ion.The and of the piano Daugherty M. 1. Smith J. J. Bullen.W .
B. Hunt others Starke merchants, you'will friend patrons
lLa Grove spent the week-end here with Mrs. Philip pierce and I a.
, 1[. C.:' Wimberly and family., Hampton.. !I reading the advertisements inthis issue and expression class are cordially a !
SUPREME COURT TOP SS ON have on display the season's latest invited to attend. There will be do not advise the planting of
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;i, Mrs. Nancy Perry left Tuesday fur
LUKE'S CASE i creations In gifts of useful and no charge for admission but after'the many acres to Irish potatoes the coming -
)j": Starbe for a visit with relatives. The following prominent Starke
early Babies" of the but plant only a few. It'ssafe
In shopping recital the "Butterfly season
ornamental design. ,
'iI1} Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss Wini-' Baptists, attended the Baptist con-
ta select class will collect a free- mark our words. We are now
variety ,
t' fred Wimberly- W )I. Wimberly vention at Gainesville last week. Dr. J, O. Luke, convicted of assault you will have a greater expression 1-13 delivery
to Club of orders for January -
from now will for the Woman's booking
fit!;, went to Madison Sunday for a short and 'M\' .;.J. J. Bullen, Rev. L. W. with Intent to murder, at the special from as every day offering Maine Inspectedseed
sales day. > of genuine
A 1' ,visit with W.'Ri/ Wimberly and famR KickliterMr.: and Mrs. J. F",, ;Kickli- : term of court last week has, through Christmas will be- a busy what want.L. Starke. bought by us direct from a reputable r
y. tar, Mrs. S. T* Peek Messrs. L. his' attorney. D. E. Knight had his Shop early and get you Maine. Oar .
Rev. M. L. !Smith left Monday to attend firm in Houlton, l
3. 3. of ( Tuesdy Powell F. O. Peterson Colonel caai carried to the) state ( "
I Smith Ocala spent C.I supreme the annual conference of theMethodist price beats them all. It will pay you
<.", here'.with his wife. by. More than 1000 persons court_ for review. Until that court j K. Cannon division superintendent Intend planting. Peoples
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church which meets In to see us you
.; Mr. and Mrs. J.' J. Smith were visl. present at the convention, which wasa lies made a decision Lake Id out on alupersede. of the .State Road Department,j jwas Co tl; "
Grocery .4.4'w.KVd.71f
of E. R. Neff Tuesday, Tampa. I
\t ton to Btarke Tuesday. success. .* bond of $1,000. the guait .



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,, GOVERNMENT/ SUES T(. RECOVER assisting in serving were Mrs. G. W. "

The hospitality of this attractive ,

Claim\ Contractor: Defrauded Government 1923 MOTOR VEHICLE home lent its atmosphere appropriately .

.in Building of Camps ] to this meeting and the simple
f .i\ but effective arrangement fragrant I .

V 1 Civil suits to recover more than LICENSE bowls of red roses and white narcissus

520,000,000 alleged by the government carried out the class color scheme. I

v to have been fraudulently expended The occasion will be a pJeuHnnt} remembrance -

in thg construction ,of Camps Upton, State Comptroller Urges Applications Be Filed to those present.

Jackson Sherman and Funston were COUPE
New Year License Tags Will Be ,
instituted by the department of jus- SUNDAY: SCHOOL PLANS' FOR 'I'

tice recently against the contractorswho ( Released Dec. 15th. CHRISTMAS: ,
( were in charge of the projects. .
The suits were said in official circles New

f to be the initial steps in'a campaign J I APPLICATION BLANKS. WHAT 13 A.'TRtCK1 I At a meeting of 'the teachers and I 1
officers of the Baptist Sunday school t
4 : against/ war time contractors! Get blank early. They may ).. A truck In vehicle for carrying any
your loud other than So If a tour- which Vas held recently] at the homeof ,
who are suspected,' on the basis of anditors .wourcd from bnnka. oounly olticUln nuutclulia pnwnKcrs. in .,
wilt he..rnl upon rennoHt to Inn car or roadster linn any: change
( reports, to have gone beyond Suito Comptroller or TttJtahiuuMKi. ]'..... body contraction so nn to adapt It for Supt. J. T. Quigley] plans were
hauling any other than PHBsortKCrs.it made for, Christmas tree and ,
:o:1t : a PTOK-
it + tIle intent and purpose of the author- FILL OUT BLANK CAREFULLY. must tithe :: cltiaslubatlon lorof
If.'" ity given them by fvder\il depart- Every; year It U nccewary to return; purposes licence.DESCRIBE> ram to be given Christmas eve, which

**.''" 'hients. tlmuMmlH of application for correction.IVin T1U'CK3 Fl'LLY. s fulls on Sunday this year. \
; returned. Fill It out
i Additional actions are in prospect, carefully t huve and your.romll correct amount and The varlnu clause of truck bodies Committees. were appointed aa :follows 53I
make It difficult tc determine weight of '
will rtucU promptly.
it was said at tho department of jus- tea you vehicle InehidinK body unless full doscrlp. :
r n tice, as soon as complete reports have SEND FOR TAG EA tLY. lion of body la given with nppllcaticn. For securing tree etc, Mrs. Dar-
'!'h. model and year ninke should be correctly ,
been made by the special force of auditors Tame will be mailed out on Deo 15th Wen. by'a class. !
received that clutn.
for all application In
) which has been engaged for fifteen Don't wait until 0.". list to sand for ;\VK1TE NAMES PLtIN.Sll&1Illturea Decoration, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
taw. The law itlvai no "iluyl of (trace'ft Brownlee !T. N. Limbaugh Mr. and
in of
f{. months an analysis con- "r Jan. let. If you want to comply are frequently hard to cell.l.81"n ,
v a struction records. Whether criminal with the law your UU4 UK should be on application at bottom but print of or Mrs. II. L. Brownlee.
type the name end uddrona at top
y action would bo taken in any case, it your see Jan. l t. blank This Insures: accuracy and prompt Music Mrs, A. M. Darby Mrs. G. ,

's'' was said, would depend to a degree TAG STAYS WITH CAR. delivery of your taif.rOMPTKOtLEIt C. White, Misses Isabel Bullen Iris F.O..B:
When a car li old or ch"iinK<> hand DID NOT MAKE and L. ;
John Powell S.
upon( the results of the civil suite Epperson, Detroit ,
the tag,mu,t lay wit h car. Tun; cannot TUB LAW. '
/ ; Unofficial estimates place the total lawfully fie chanuod from one ear to an. Peek. 1 R
) nthor. Upon chHiwo of owner.hip new Frequently cases arise worklnst apparent Completely
1 which might be expected to be recov owner Khould Itnmudintely transfer tho hardship ucan- certain owner of Entertainment Mrs. J. F. Klckhter Equipped c '
ered from all construction cases At tag number and reiilm.rntlon l In converted to his nnme.to a motor vohlcl.--bul: these cannot be reme- Mrs. S.-I :Peek, Miss Jessie Thomas.
When H immnnKor car
( between $70,000,000 and $80,000,000.( truck or a piivnte use car In put In urn. died by the comptroller and It should be Presents .T. P. Klckliter, Mrs. Ep-
for hire the tog. can he nnt 10 the cumptrollor kept In mind that ho did not frame tho
filed the
In the cases so far govern for rnmollnllon and credit on cunt law. The attorney general In advlnlns/ person Mrs. Limbaugh.
(\ ment alleged that the Ilardaway Contracting of the, truck tea or ts for hiry. the comptroller recently\ a* to the construction Receiving and placing presents,

,t Company spent an excess. of OVIPPAYMENT3 WILL IJEUEKLNDEI nOB"ry' .to plnca upon that Mrs. J. T. Quigley] Oscar Andrea,
$0,500,000\< building Camp Jackson, ). portion of the law relating to care torhire. Geo. Alderman Mrs. C. L. Hodges,
Midi ". fully rcnlixe that no provisions
,. S. C., the Thompson..Starrett* Company De sure to Rend enough money. If you. having been made by the letclHla- II. K. Crosby.
h acrid too morn tin Comptroller will refund ture for curtain contingencies' whlclimitrht '
> $0,000,000; at Camp Upton, N. the ovi-r-payment| If you do\ not Brine and for conditionwhich; do ;Removing tree, etc., Mr. Starkey'sclass.
Y., A. Bentley and Sons Company, acml enoiwh. your tag cunnot be aunt. out Brine that the enforcement" of the luw aa .
bt until the proper amount In received It stand work hardships on a treat -'
$5,000,000 at Camp Sherman, Ohio, many people for which you as an officer Other business connected with the ;; ""..
and George A. Fuller & Company,- FACTORY WEIGIITS ARE USED. charged. with the duty of enforcing the Sunday school work was disposed of
end rnpuctiy law are not responsible and they shoultl
Fwtorv rating of welirhw
/' 000,000 at Fort Riley, Kansas.. The will govern unleflH tho owner can furniwh I not expect you to cither violate your oath e at this meeting and plans were wade
suits filed at Charleston S. C.. evidence to contrary. bn.ed 1 on acluulvelKhiliit of olfice by the non-enforcement or byKUHpendtokt
'I v. were of machine. Major frncllont the opprutlon of the law to; secure a tent to help accommodatethe
,. Brooklyn N. Y., Columbus Ohio and count a* even hundred; for c.xamnle. n where It appear that amendment would larger classes.J. .
actuullv welKhlnir. l.CGO pound be advlnahlo. Thee atfH condition which:
;i Topeka, Karm. respectively. moron would be clumaml'ao!< 1.600 pounds t unit the people must remedy ;through the F. KICKLITER, The world has never knownan
clapped I Ia. action of their in the leulalutuie. -
Identical bills of complaint were weighing 1.540 pound' would uo ." rtpreuentbtlvc
a pounds. Secretary pro tern.
laid in case, the principal accusation enclosed car of this typeat
that the contractor vio
.t IIARHISd'IIAR a lower price. No car at
f 1 { lated" "a direct and intimate relationship .per Peeper
r of trust and confidence" in executing Tall Clues Pa..n .. Pass: 100 weight:pounds: :: CHANGED HIS VIEWS any price has ever offered a

1 ', ; this contract, while it was impossible ._, NenaH -- '
A M1tutar.yelee _..__' ., -.t ratu..o--- '5.011 value.
: h : because of1 the existing war Motorcycle tide cur_ I.'hot rale__ 8.00 None In spite of the assertion of the an- greater .", '
Any number None j .no
emergency fqr the government to exercise C n J (Automobile."r for Itlr.---(private UIlO--"'.. ....__ _. 1 Dare> or ..e.... 11.011 ,16E ti-prohibition forces that President ,,1

: ? normal supervision and inspec- I F )Ruecoe. :: for for hlre.hire.! ,........_...._:._.....:::::::;.*- 8 Over to. 1186 JI pow..:::,: 10.00 7.00: :,7M1"sere .76U Harding had written letters the "gen Place your order now to insure ':,
t' j tion'of the work. As B result, it is Masers (hotel to d"llnt only).- ._. _--*_.. .- 11.00 .50 eral! trend"' of which "was a prophecyof .
''A early delivery. Terms"i."i.i.
M'I \ alleged the contractor stands. itulcbt- ANNUAL RATES: ON TRUCKS TRAILERS AND SEMI-TRAILERS. liberalizing. the prohibition enforcement
id .ed to the government for money In act," it has been officially if desired. ..;

i the !sums set forth, and for great Fee per stated at the White house accord-
quantities of ''material, declared to Fee per too weight to that he has
100 pounds of vehicle Wolorht limit ing press dispatches I
have been purchased on government Tall U. Typo of weight vehicle plus load III pound. not changed his views 'on prohibitionas J. W. Andrews Dealer ,:

1 i credit and(I misused. rapacity the result of the elections. The I,

Charge Big Waste of Material rPrlva'e.To'urL_.__ Pnaumata! .?B ___ 18.11110 president's experience in public life, Fordson Tractors, Ford and
.__ Solid t.12 8.0011
The bill filed against the Bentley 1'\11'\ For Prlv".a Hlr._ Truck.Truck- i'neumato ..... $1.60 .. 16.0"0 it is said, has led him to believe that Lincoln Cars
at Columbus charged there 'r For lUre_ 'fruc1<-_ Solid _"- .._ 2.26 1I.001t prohibition is in American politics
company W I'rlvn'_ Trall.r._.._ Pneumatic ._..-..... .16 8,00o-Soml) 3.000 '
; was Ogrcat and unconscionable waste" X For HI..... Tr.llor Pne"m..lIO 1.AD 8OrllJRemlS.OOO for some time to come, and must be
I Y Prlvat...... Traller.... Solid 1.12 8Ooo-ls..mn 1.500 ."
of the materials purchased for Camp dealt with question" by
as a public
114 Z For lUreTr"lI r_ Solid ___ ___ 2.26 8DOo-Seml) 1.600JC
f Sherman and that the contractor hearses end CRMket WRlC1>no-Hd rat.. 20,00 those in office., ____ v"

"sold to and also purchased and re- ._. .__ .., __ __ ._ .. J
gold-to the defendant'at a profit" material n V -
} .that was not needed in the pro- mittee reports show. Five new mein.bees ley. I -
t l jest and further charges were made have been added to the class during Famous Women-Bible quotationsby I
p the month and the attendance at members! of the class. i
s that "large] amounts of useless and Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center= =
has Violin solo Serenade Owen
j unnecessary work dope in such the Sunday school Sunday .' Angel .
r '. manner that construction was retard been i good. Griffin; accompanied by Mrs. G. C.

w ed" and that workmen "employ] The plans for December are in keep-. White. Shop Through Our Mail Order Delartment.I

ti 1 without reference to skill experienceor ing with the Christmas spirit and it The latter number was a surprise ?

other capacity" were paid the same was decided that' the name depart. planned by Mrs. White, teacher of the

l scale of ''wages as skilled workmen ment and cradle roll work would be class and was greatly appreciated. I

r7 and artisans. taken up January 1st. This was Mr. Griffin's first appears "

% As a result of delay in completion After the business session Mrs. G. anre as a violinist and the class felt qualify I.

W1w 1i" of Camp Sherman, ,the government W. Alderman chairman of the social, honored at his contribution to the \ 71i 1npDfJ! I

''r alleged that the cost was not only enhanced committee took charge and an interesting program and predict 'that while this SerVice t '

21 but "sickness and death! vf and instructive program was was the first heard of him in a musical GAINESVILLE FLORIDA I

If t acme soldiers" ensued. given as :follows: ] way it is not to be the last. : I II

e Charges of mismanagement against Reading "Tho Deacon's Lamb"- The hostess at the close of the I II
t, 1 the, contractor included also, accuse Mrs. C. L. Hodges. program, served the class dainty Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and ;

Gwj tiona that "he pprmitted continue "Ten New Commandments"--By.ten sandwiches wafers and hot chocolate.The I ,

loafing misdirection. of effort and sabotage members of the casft. favors were tiny red and white i Notions in Central Florida. i r

( .. permitted advised and .Duet, "My Father Planned it All" bows, the class colors.] : ,

.t l caused ]large quantities of lumber, ce- ilrs. L. C. Cashatt and Mrs. Quii- Members of the scXciaX committee I \ It I II

1' .' "' mcnt, hardware tools and other materiala I ._ ____
-- -- ----
?.. and equipment to be destroy
v1 ; ed". and that portions of the project r. ;

} y" were sublet to other parties and the

t post added to the bills submitted to
I' ihs government."

Attorney General Daugherty said 'J.loUd Bargains

,,I every means wvuld be used to hasten
j the trial of the four suits.

n ,6 tI $ 1110NTIILY'b1EETtNG LAW BIIILF .



.,. Saturday, afternoon the Law bible
y' s ,: class met at.the home of the president
Mrs. J. T. Quigley in a business and
4 ::1:; social meeting( Tho past month'
;'7 .. work was given: over to personal service ;

Y 7 s a glad l and and many much hearts help given have as been the,made com Christmas Goods--Presents for Young. and Old-Everything to Pleaser'Y 1 '

1h, k\ No Worms In a Healthy Child Come to Our Store You Welcome to look Beautiful Stock
,1 V All children troubled with Worm have aD us.r are over our
healthy color. whluh Indicates poor klood.and es af j
1 f rule there. ta more or I... stomach disturbance
i i ,'.1 1 CROVE; !: TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given\ r.....- t
t I laxly fur two or threo week way enrich the blood..
.. Improve thedliletUon/ ,and act a.a .n.r.IStr"DJlth. SUGGESTIONS! .SUGGESTIONS! SUGGESTIONS! SUGGESTIONS! t
'I' ...
rfi I .1011 Tonlato the whole system. Nemrewltlthestbmw .
off rrdlapel the wurm..nd.h.Cblldwill bsi "

In-perfect health. P..t. ..* OapaibottlHave House,Slippers 98c Toilet Sets $1.25 to $3.75 ;Ij i;
(t r '. I II 1-1 I I I II I I" I I I I I Hand Bags $1 .98' to $5,50 Beautiful Talking Dolls $4.50 to $12.50 t each
All Wool Serge 75c to $2.00 peryd. \ Beautiful Fancy Work all Kinds .

l ,/' I Your With Car a Equipped i .Fancy Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c each 1 Swell Umbrellas for the Ladies I",(j v ri<', '

1, "CYCLONE. VAPORIZER Shoes 98c up to $6.50. a pair 2000yds. Outing and Gingham worth 25c at I 100yd ; t tt

..' Sana gasoline \

Metes(rives more itarl/ng power easy ,. t t I' 3000 PAIR,SHOES CLOSING_ OUT FOR 98c TO $2:98: PER PAIR .

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-mmmmm IIIGIJD.ll.lfDmmlJ011'HImIMlm\lItImImIl.n'D: ADVICE: THE AGED 1'1 THAT KNIFE-LIKE PAIN I Mr. anJ11'\ ;. J. W. Surraney, of Mr. and Mrs. .
rm I AB brh..InflraIH..,ouch ..lunnlftH I W. H. Green, Mrs. A.
I bow.U. w.*.k kidney.. torpid liver.Tutt's I.ccCrosso were visitoYs here VVedneHj I !M. Andreu and Judge! R. A. Green returned -
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs .
j [lay afternoon.
I II. to their home in Starke after

r PiUs Is Only C'i of N turo's Warnings of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw were! visitors n visit with !Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Knfa Johns.

r--------------1: Weak or Dlso.-dered Kidneys. to Gainesville Tuesday. Union Christmas! tree will bo give t 4
lkTe .. .. I
a apvctflo effect nn theee
I Live State News | MimuUttaif he bowel.. elm natural 1 have you a fame back nPliliu day Cnntey Olliver and Virginia Colon nt the Baptist church. ,.,'
,and .,.......
, action unporU viur to the of Pine Hill, were here Monday
.J and eight? Do you 'leol sharp. pains Mrs. S. S. Proctor motored to Supp

after wtoopfn;? Are the hum-ya < itornoon. Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .

s, Told by Our Exchanges. unmasked! men, taken into the wx>odi 4 sore? Is tht'li action' liTcuulat I/HO N. Robert, of Lake Butler, wus In C. R.: Taylor and baby returned .

and there severely buaten. Sheriff DOHA'S 3 Kliiiu( >> 'l1lft-tbe ini>tiu.mo' town one day last week.L. to rvihum, Gu., after a visit with

., tL_. '_ ...._..m..m".mtm.'nmmm..m'...-.... _.._...._..........m..... ....mm..cmmmm......... ...._._........... officers got wind of the Incident and recommended by so many :tlarke t J'yiil, of Jacksonville, was I transacting relatives.Ben .

i I Buried amid the ruins of a forgotten immediately started in search ,of the peoplo. Ask your uvighbui; I business here last Wednesday. Duke, of Five Mile, visited ia
I C. C. Melton, A gurago mechanic of city'for almost a century and ap- victim whom they found on the Kings Chas Crutchdtid, fl1rlut'lllrk" ;; town Sunday. '

\"" Itaytona, died shortly after a motorcycle parently Kept in a states of almost road trying to get back to his home. says misery: "I 1 ,cun'ndured"fl'om hardly de-cibo him.back.. the. LAKE UUTMCIl.
became I '
ho was testing uncontrollable : The man was given medical attention: '
perfect preservation, a quart of rare DKADFORI)
I When 1 irloil. , ) and dashed into a tree while and the officers searchedfor I
q old Spanish wine in the curio collection Immediately knit Lake Butlur
someone had stuck .a into the Dec. 15.-Ir.) J. M.
ruraing 50 miles an hour. of George A. Patton, of Port St. tho guilty parties, several of email of my IwcU. I was ti'MiI.? past ,Mann attended the state medical association Bradford, Dec. 15-A sing was given -

i Joe, is gradually evaporating. The whom Mr. Roberts rI'ognlzed.o'our tolng. 1 ,poi iii at night io IMMS' the at St. Petersburg last week. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Harrell .

Lf. it can find the means to move liquor was unearthed from the ruins Buepc'ctswere arrested later in tho kidney set reel no and the' c..:lined, I'I After the meeting Invlnitcd relatives Sunday afternoon. Thoso attending

iht'M, Tampa can havo the. two large I of the old city of,St. Joseph two years evening. It appears that Roberts! was a reiltsedlmi, : i t 1 read nb 'u LJ"n't',, lit Brudentown and Tumpn. : were MiiisBS Lucilo and Ge-

8 inch cannons at Forts Dade and De. i; a'go when tin irrigation ditch was be- suspected of having given the author- i Kidney 1'file, ,and two I IIOM-S, pur, Mrs.' Iva Sprinkles visited relatives neva Hntrcll, Lydia Groover, Jewel

Sob( which are being ab/undoned by ing dug through the Patton farm. lies information against moonshine
the government Then it was rich and mellow and had which caused several recent arrests. Uev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor motoredto ( C. Scarborough; Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Price Gut, lit ,!1'I! Oou'tlimply
a deep amber hue. But now its kick lIe was enticed from his homo under : Five Milo Saturday afternoon.s s Uaborn of LaCrosse!\ ask i l' r a kidney( | r''i" i I lget
which ,
Tie schooner Reemplao, wentdown 1st going fast.Expenditures. I the pretense of: assisting with a stalled Donu's Klilnoy Pills-the 'mm that J. K.:; Dfkle motored to Delde's Mill Luther and Malcolm Ilnrrell, Harley

,: during; the storm' of October,; I car, but when he approached the Mr. CnitrhlleUl, JiaJ. IMM'I I c .Milburu I Saturday.Mrs. Aiulreu, Ray Andreu, Uoswoll Wani,

1021, and which is a menace to navigation i' of $1,500 to purchase car he was thrown into tho machine Co., MitJuffiUo t I N. Y. LivingstonIluss, Royce Gainey, of
Marco Clover II
or Tino ill and
as it sank in the middle of and hurried to the woods! where ho 1 ..
15,000 gallons of coal oil, was author- Brookur, George James, of CooterPond.
Ancil Parrish of hive Mili
the Hillsborough river, near the Tam. were 1IIa1'rild -
icd by the St. Petersburg commission was taken out and severely beaten by county sent.G. '

{a steam ways, will bq, dynamited and I 1101' the purpose of killing cow liliesin the men with a whip. The suspectedmen B. Colsun spent last Wednesday I olllciatiiiff hero Tuesday, Judge. ( Strickland i Regular church servicp'j! wore conducted -
the channel.
removed from t Mirror lake, tho center of thocity'a aro held- pending arraignment. with relatives at Lake City. Mrs. Hitchcock, of Luke Butler! and Sunday by ] ev. J. L. Norris. '

prettiest park. Thousands of dollars, W. 11. Harvard, of Tampa, was! A Math Dukes, of Five" Milo-,,\vero married !Mrs. !M. I D. Han-ell and son, M. D.
J. has secured contract
A Byrd a have already been spent in attempting Reports of the discovery of gigan-: victor here first of last week.E Tuesday by Judge Strickland., Jr., wte< the guests of Mr. und MM.W. .
construction of road from .
for a to dredge, harvest and pull the tie liquor operations near Jacksonville J. Lewis and family have moved! Wesley Beach, of; Nawberry, visited !M. Harrull tho latter part of last
Uronson to Cedar Key in Levy county lilies out of the lake,,which frustration of which has cut off ,
they practically into tho cottage recently vacated by relatives! in Lake ]Butler Sunday. week. ;1 f
will cost about $100,000. It
and cover. A recent the source of vast rttm running supplies Mrs. S. J. who has I
with and experiment Kelly moved to Dennis Argo of Dukes, was transacting Mr. nnd !Mrs. Leonard Cook of High
will be hard-surfaced clay
showed that coal oil\ have been received by Federal .
/ spread on the Starke. '
business in town Saturday., I Springs/ have moved to. our community
miles and nine
will bo eighteen long Commissioner
surface would kill the leaves and the Prohibition K. Ilaynes. Rev S. S. Proctor, of Luke Butler, Mrs.V.. C. Townsend visited\ her .

feet wide.. roots. .. The reports state that ono, wealthy will fill his appointment horn next daughter, Mrs. J. D. Alderman, of 4<;. C.-Anclreu Is on' the/ sick list thisweek. !
operator gained'posResslon of ten Sunday at the Baptist!' church. '
Jacksonville !
Two very substantial gifts have In the list of marriage licenses in thousand acres of dense timber ]land All those interested in the Sunday Miss Angelica Faircloth was takento Air, and Mrs. C. M. Andreu' had an '
been made to the Orange County
in tho Tampa Tribune last Tuesday appear bordering on the river, on which school are ,urged to be present> next Jacksonville Wednesday for an their'guests Sunday, Mr. und Mrs. E. t
Commission for
Beautification use the names of Carl Phelps and scores of large 'incased underground Sunday afternoon, 3:30: at the Baptist eration. 111'-// n. Andrt-u, Mr. and Mrs. Foxworth. ,
beautifying,: the highways of Orange Katie Wilson. These are presumed caches were found. Th., caches were church. __ / of Brooker.
Mrs. D. W. Ilorum returned'Io, ( her
county. .M. J. Daetwyler, of Orlando, to be the Carl and camouflaged, making detection diffi- I
\ Phelps Katie Wilson P, Barefoot business
1'1. was translating:
home Thursday after several WeIslspent j KoHwell and Orvillo 'Word Kay Andreu
will and P. Shanni- ,
give 1,000 palms,
'I : of the Pasco neighborhood whose cult, and each pit was declared 'to he in Starke Monday.Jlesdames .
In Riverside hospital, Jackson- Livingston Russ, Royce Gainey,
barprer, of Pine Castle has donated
i r' love affair appears to have gotten a capable of concealing $5,000 worth' of G. II. Culaon and J. I).
banana plants which will be set vill 1,000 liquor which is smuggled, in from the
neighbor Mrs. Effio
Carter in bad Baxter visitors to Starke Mon
Along the highway at definite points. were Dekle, of Five Mile, hbns I :.Ilt the home of W. M.\ Harrell on {
I with the, law. :Miss Katie 'Is only 17 r.fihamas. The reports also state that:
day.W transacting, business in town Saturday: night.
years of age and it appears has not numerous sand mounds, concealing W. Thomas, of Cooler Pond, ntur-I
Four girls, ranging; from ten to had the thousands of bottles and burlap Sacks ilny.Mrs.
parental consent to
i wed Carl here .
i was a visitor Friday afternoon.Mr.
fourteen of who disappeared Koprer Collins and Here is a 1 1022!> J'cclp'Jlullrantel'tl/ to
years age I Mrs Carter, who is several years were also found. The evidence secured and Mrs. l R. 'r. Stewart and Smith '
from the Florida Childrens' Home of PenHucola, MM. J. L. and woik successfully:
'er, consented, to impersonate 'shows that automobiles and Mr, and Mrs. W. Crows and little of Mr.I Take reckless natural born i
at 'Jacksonville Wednesday night, and old-I trucks baby of Dudu City, ore quests one> ,
under of darkness traverse

getting a marriage license and cover daughter, Hazel weretaitors to '
and Mrs ..l.'V.T'ownsend.Mr. !
for whom city and county officers
aflldavit that she was Katie and far into tho northern states carrying Alachua Thursday. fool.Two
( and Mrs.' VHSCO nowlingand'' or three drinks of bud liquor.
.. sought all day Friday, turned up at
f 121 years oA.age, and is now under copper containers loaded with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green, of Pine rf
,If the. home Saturday. They had gotten bond from the catches constitutingono
to ,
.1'i far as Ortega, seven miles south appear in circuit court to answer I Hill, were hero Saturday! afternoon. fur visiting relatives, here (ibis.. week. Souk the fool well in tliu liquor, f
to the charge of making false of the most'gijtantic:, rum running Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crown, o( Bradford "
of the home when the pangs of hunger The ladies of tho Methodist rhurrhwill place him in tho car und let him go.
a affidavit. schemes unearthed in recent months
, dnuHcd them to turn back. I 'l were here Monday reroute' to have a bazaar and\( chicken '!up. After due time remove from, the
and important arrests and sensation.
"g 'I Starke.. I pennt' the club( room tonight Kverv: wreckage, place In black, sutinMinod
Last al developments ore expected. E.: S. of Plant City was Js
: Friday. Sheriff C. Dishong Gainoy one cordially Invited. box and Tarnish with (lowers.II. ,
Florida is making its On
pottery appearance business here of last
,lOt' Wauchula arrestedV.. B. Trippe, transacting part
': ,in Fort Myers) in a beautiful HAMPTON ,
I Jr., ,on a v/urrant issued in Glades week. \ --- -
exhibit of hand painted pottery, county charging him with forgeryand G.,, B. Colson was transacting busi-
t, that from the state to their 'I Free '
raw present misappropriating the funds of the Hampton Dec. 15.-i-Misses nee sin Gainesville Tucmlny. g

: rare finish, were dug, fashioned Everglades State Bank, of Moore IIa- and Mary Lee Wywn, of Starke, were 'J. D. Baxter spent Tuesday! inPtarko .

I (and fired in Orlando. Tho exhibit had.f i ven, of which he was cashier. Air.Trlppe here Sunday.Mrs. at the bed.sido of his daughter,,

been displayed in Jacksonville and did not !state! what his business M, E. Prevatt is'the guest of Mrs. C. J. Crews, who is suffering

created ,a very great amount of admi-j f was in Wauchula but did not act her sent B. J. Prevatt, of Starke.,. this from appendicitis. is ise

rnHon arid interest. as though he considered himself a week. Mrs. G. M. Neville has been on the

fugitive from justice. C. M. Baker, Mrs. W. K.; Daugherty and' son, of sick list for the past few days but at

f'.; Fort Pierce's,general election Tues-, former president of the First Bank of Starke, attended religious services. in this writing: is somewhat improved ,

day/wns a most thrilling affair-with I Moore Haven, and O. 'S. Miller, Di town Sunday. e ,

a ttal of 29( votes cast. The election I.rector' of'the Everglades State' Bank, R. L. Birt has recently been the Colds Cause Grip ana influenza

was in fact merely the confirmation :I were arrested Tuesday in Moore Haven guest <>f his father, \VM P. Birt. LAXATIVE UltOKO QUININE.ililutj remove llliCHUM. r

of the nomination of the recent white i on charges of violation of the The Masonic Lodge'of Hampton There U only: ono "*>- Uululte:

primary, and there were no opposition I banking laws, in that they are allegedto wjll give a community Christmas tree b;. W GROVE'S/ &'.n...".-nn lw<. SiI<, HAROLD HUME Wm.'P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRI ON.Jr.

candidates, hence'the lack of interest .! be responsible for over-loans to directors atHhe Masonic Hall Dec. 25th., at'7p. Prftridont Vloop..ldonl I S0.. A! Tr.... 1J -

However, it is evident that !I of their hanks. Both were released m. Santa Claurt will appear at 8 '* Malaria Chills,, Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

an independent, line-up might have o'clock. 666Cure Fever, Dengue or
; on bond of $2,000 each.
scored a coup and upturned the whole Everybody invited. Fever.rbe Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices';

The Masonic lodge met in regular
ticket.A .
Prompt Shipment
I' Ransom E._ Olds, the pioneer automobile session Friday evening. The follow.

manufacturer, has sold his ing officers were elected for the ensuing Quinine .?.! l) Coast Line freight engine caused holdings at Qldsmar to the Cornwell l.rnwa.f Its tome end 'Inxitrlva rra.t. i .. Get New Fall price list Before Buying d
quite a diversion Saturday afternoon I II I Real Estate Company of St. Louis in year: TWR: UKOMO fUININK (nabuiu' ) can I- lnKi>n

I and Sunday when In making the first exchange for a beautiful new hotelat W. M., W. O. Duval. Io by the anyrmi houd.without EW.GROVEaalateturuccb.;eniinlnit niTvuiinni'iiB or,nniiinii, !.NM tJOHNWBlTE&CO. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla, 3
S..W., F. E. Henry.
run over the sidetrack extension recently Kansas! City, Mo. It is understoodthat "
J. W.; V. B. Wheeler.
completed by Marrison Bros., the Cornwell will take .
company .
E. C. Williams. .
a contractors the yards at Inverness possession of Oldamar on the first of Treasurer, ._ -- -- -
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jCj. the track at one point on the edge of the and that'they ) "
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; year contemplate ; :? ,
E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs s;/jr .
: '. the lake suddenly gave way, letting building* a new hotel on the waterfront -1'
" was a business visitor here this week. liberal. ..eertm.nt.nd ,. '
the engine drop down about four feet and putting on an aggressive paid ler Cure Your Meals the
I Rev W. E. Daugherty preached at Full Value ,
and turn on its side against, the old campaign for ,the further development t et. .
the Christian church Sunday morningand Furst ;
, embankment. haw
J" of the' property. The deal involves evening.The i
'- the taking the St.
over by W. M. U. held their 'annual
Contracts for construction of about Louis parties of all of Mr Olds' hold- Cold

.[(j 145 miles,of county roads'and aggregating 'Ings at Oldsmar with the exception supper and bazaar Friday evening.They Storage 74ayI
had beautiful display of fancy
a cost of $2,582,310.52, were !,of some acreage around and near the
: .awarded by1 the Hillsborough county 'oil well now being drilled. They get work. The candy booth was a success. i I tIt
The consisted of chicken Frequent
supper pilau,
i commissioners embracing fifteen different ,
t entire town site, including the hotel
roast chicken, boiled ham, potato sal
: roads in that county. The construction bank property, waterworks, electric -!
1 ad, chicken salad, bread, pickles, ambrosia
program, declared to be theI" and ice plants, sawmill, railroad, '
" cake and coffee. The nice Headaches"I
' largest ever undertaken at one time planing mill, a number of dwellingsand gumof$143.20 .. :

, by any county in the South, is to be several thousand acres of land was realized. f
started at once, and the roads are expeoied 'surrounding the town. Out of town guests who were in suffered with chronic
attendance )fr. and Mrs. J. H. : I
I" to be completed in eighteen were, constipatIon that would bring on
months. Lawrence, Mrst C. H. Clarke, Mrs. F. very severe headaches," says Our cold plant is and we
( tine, was enticed from his home by E. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kennedy Mrs. Stepben H. Kincer, of storage open
R. P. D. I I. Cripple: Creek, Va. ,
-- -- and son, Robert, of Brooklyn, Mr. and "tried different medicine! and I will be glad to handle your fresh meats

Mrs. I>. \V. Moore, of Theressa, Mr*. did not get relief. The heid- u
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IF SICK BILIOUS Kato Sparkman, Mrs. Maud Wesley, aches became vefy frequent. I ,I frU
Minx Emma English and Miss Stella hoard '

Cl'jversettle of Waldo.
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i Brooker Dec, 15..-Jno. Shriver and ,t I
daughter Marguerite. are on a two '
:= .... weeks visit with relatives at Arcadia. Florida State Farm :

Brady Brown of Miller, was trans. ,
; 4 Don't Take Calomel! and took It for l headache, and '
"Dodson's Liver Tone"Acts Better and acting business here last week
-I children the relief was very quick, and /. S. DUTCH, SuperintendentRaiford 1 1I
I Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and ,
before I had
'(;, 'Doesn] Gripe, Salivate or Make 'You Sick-Don't. ipent Friday with friend in it mother was headache.BO long Now just Fla. i ill

Starke. i i keep the Ulack-Draught, and

rt':, 'Lose a Day's Work- Read Guarantee Mr> Matthews, of Lake City, was condition.don't let "myself get in that ,I---T---------

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Thedford'c Clack. Draught ,
f' tTjtb I Calomel make you ick. It's or tomach Sour, Jest try a spoonful (purely vegetable) has been
t.' -horrible!! Take a dose of the danger- of harm leas [Aslson'.' Liver Tonn to Mrs. Ruby Gaines and Miss Geneva found to relieve constipation
.' nUll ''''"Ill tonipht and tomorrow you Ifrlit. Harrell, of Bradford, were shoppinghere and by ftimulaimfj the action olthe x
l .war.y Irate a day's work. I! KereV my gun ran tea-Go.: to any Sat rday. liver,when Ins torpid help
Oftlomcl I I. mercury or nniokliilverwirivh {. drug store and get bottle 'of Tkyf- to drive many poisons out of GENERAL
..;, cau..-. nw'rosis. of the bon... .oit' Liver Tone for a a.few emit Take U.: R. Brown, who;, 'Is doing carpenter your system. Biliousness, .
(Calomel whim it comes into contact a spoonful| and If it dimut't straighten work at ,Sampson City, spent the} indigestion, readache, and HAROLD c. WALL
with sour bile crashes into It, breaking similar trouble atC often
you right up end make you tun. dna week-end here.
i' !ft up. Thin. U when Toil fiat that and vigorous I want buck relieved In this way. the
awful and, ,you'to-go I 3. W. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was 1aturaJ way. tie natural Try FLORIDA ,
nausea tiranipingr., If von to the .Wire 'and get:: your money. STARKE
are sluggish: and "all knocked out,* If Uodnon' Liver Tone I III dottnylng the : A visitor here'Monday.Miss : lack-Draught.

your liver I. torpid and: bowels conftip 'I' lain. of eaiomrf became it \U real liver Lubedla. Plnholster; of La- Sold verywhere., FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE ,
tnr.for. Crosesev wag a visitor here last week.

MOT, coated tongue:, ,, if J>ro:ktU U .bud 1 it cannot_ aalivat* Vr make you sick j E. T. Stewart'spent Monday at the j ,



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.l; GOVERNMENT\ : SUES Tt) itE1COV-: assisting in serving were Mrs. G. W.

t', 'I' Elt HUGE SUMS OF MONEY\ IMPORTANT. INFORMATIONON Aldorman and Mrs. d. II. Bennett.

\\ 1 --- The hospitality of this attractive .

r ,), '" \ Claim Contractor' Dc-frumlt'd Govern; 1923 MOTOR VEHICLE home lent its atmosphere appropri-

.\\ ment.in Building of Camps ately to this meeting and the simple
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arrangement <> fragrant
i Civil suits to recover more than LICENSE bowls of red roses and white narcMs- a.r

J 1 $20,000,000 alleged by the government sue carried out the class color scheme. M ''I, ,
to have been :fraudulently] expended The occasion will be a pleasant remembrance I

J in th9 construction of Camps Upton, State Comptroller Urges Applications Be Filed to those present. ,
F Jackson, Sherman and Funston were COUPE
Ir instituted by the department of justice Early-New Year 'License Tags Will Be
recently against the contractorswho
Released Dec. 15th.
were in charge of the projects. Price

The suits were said in official cir- New

ri cles to be the Initial steps in'a campaign I APPLICATION BLANKS. I WHAT 19 A'TRUCK? At a meeting of 'the teachers and
tlmo Contractors officers of the Baptist Sunday school
against war Oct, your blanks' o rly. They may )be A truck l Is a vehicle for carrying' any I
who lire. suspected 1"? on the basis of auditors" .iNured from banks eaunly" otticlHl. auto :load I other him nauwnncrg. So If a tourInn which V>as held rcccntly,at the homeof r
will bewnt upon renttaut to car or roaumir hail any change. In
reports, to have gone beyond Stale: Cumplrollor or 1'.hao..o'' llu. body conntruction in na to adapt. it for Supt J. T. Quigley plans were I
the intent and purpose of the authority hauling any bad other than paaHonKera.It made for,a Christmas tree and program / +
t FILL OUT CLANK CAREFULLY. moat take it truck claflttlncatlon for
1 'i given them by federal depart- purpose of Ucuciio. to be given Christmas eve which f
Evot-v year' It Is reconary to return
'menta. llicmrtniijfi of applications for currccilon.Don't DESCRIBE TUL'CKS Fl'LLY.: t falls on 6undny this year. \

y l Additional] actions are in prospect, cxrefully: have' and yours remit retmnwl.correct: amount Fill It and:out The various cliiftscfi" of truck botHrs Committees were appointed ait follows -
i it said at tho of jus- tan will rwih you promptly make It difficult U. dotormlno weight. of "
was department vehicle including body unit.. full doHcrip- :
tice, as soon as complete reports have SEND FOR TAG EARLY. 'lion of boil" la given with annllcatlon. For securing tree, etc., Mrs. Dur-
t 1'''. model and year make should be correctly ,
been made by the special force of auditors Tags will ho mailed out on Dee. 15th given by's clash
for plltatlniin received to thut dute.
f which ,has been engaged for fifteen Pont all welt until Due. 31 at to send for IUTE NAMES PLAIN. Decoration, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. j
months in of b.... Thu law ulven no "Unys of uruoo" herd Mr. and
an analysis construction lifter' Jan. 1st. II you want to comply Signature are freiiupnlly to rcml.Sinn Brownlee, T. N. Limbaugh,
records. Whether criminal with the law your IBJJ lag should be on application at bottom but print or Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. }
Jan. lit. type the flume,and addruRB at top of 1
action would be. taken in any case, It ;tout cur :blank. Thla. Innurei accuracy: and prompt Music, Mrs A. M. Darby, Mrs. G.
t '' 1' was said, would depend to a degree TAG STAYS WITH CAR. delivery of your tag.COMPTKOLLEH C. White, Misses Isabel Bullen, Iris Rn !

e upon the results of the civil suits. When a car i I. cold or changes. hnnda DID NOT MAKE Epperson, John Powell and S. L. Detroit
the lax,mupt stay with car Tans cannot THE LAW. i i
/ g I'' Unofficial estimates place the total lawfully ho changed from Gnu car to an Peek.
other. Upon change of ownernhlp now Frequently cages urine working apparent Completely
which might be expected to be recovered owner Hhould ImmiHliately transfer the hardship upon certain owner. of Entertainment, Mrs. J. F.,Kickhter, Equipped 4 !

;; t l from all construction cases at tax When number a pnmwTHfGr and" .ell'lal car tr la tlon converted to hla tiamo.to a motor vehicle* but these cannot be remedied Mrs. S. I* Peek, Miss Jessie Thomas..

y between $70,000,000 and $80,000,000. truck or a private Una rite I ii put In tow by the comptroller and It should be Presents, J. F. Kickliter, Mrs. Ep ,
In the cases filed so far the for hire tha fax can. lie aunt to the compo kept In mind tlmt ha did not framo the
AM ., Irollor for nanrelliitlon and credit' pn cont The general\ In advising person, Mrs. Limbaugh. 1
\, Alleged that the Hardawny Contracting of the I truck tag or laic for hlro law. attorney i ,t w '' 4 + S S'al St Sw
the and
t the comptroller recently/ a* to conutructlon Receiving placing presents,
tk Company spent an excess of OVERPAYMENTS WILL. UKKEFLNDEtt. ': necessary: to place' upon that Mrs. J. T. Quigley] Oscar Andreu,
$0,500,000 in building Camp Jackson : portion of the law relating to car for Geo. Alderman, Mrs. C. L. Hodges, {

's .. S. C., tho Thompson-Starrett Corn.tp'h Be rare to send enough mnnpy tf you.* vlHlona hire, aaldl having"I been fully made realize by that the no lourlrtla-. pro. II. K, Crosby.
'' at N. end too mars tho Comptroller will refund turo for certain contimtcncies ivliich
$6,000,000 Camp Upton,
the over-paytnont. If you do not might ailne and for conilliionn which do Removing tree, etc., Mr. Starkey'sclass.
Y. A. and Sons Company ..ml enoimh. rag. cnnnot be aunt out
Bentley your .. urine that the cnforeemoiit of the law a. .
1 until the iroiiur amount In received.FACTORY it stands. works hardships on a treat
) Sherman Ohio
$5,000,000 at Camp
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many people for which you as on olficur Other business connected with the
and George'A.. Fuller & Company $1000,000 ,- WEIGHTS ARE USED. rhartred with the duty, of enforcing the Sunday school work was disposed' of ,
1 Factor, ruling of wlprhls' and rapacity Inw, are not rcmponniblo and they should
at Fort Kansas. The
t \ Riley, will govern unlace the owner can furnhthevhlenre ,not exPect, you to either violate your onth r at this meeting, and plans were inade
1 F basel actual' of office by the forromont or byUKpendUur /:
suits were filed at Charleston, S. C., to contrary. on non-en
weiirhlhir. of machine. Major fraction the operation; of tho law to secure a tent to help accommodatethe
) Brooklyn] N. Y., Columbus, Ohio and count a. even lhunlrule l for example, ainicrhlnH where It appears that 'llnendment.'Ould\ larger classes.
i ... \ I l.fifcO pound be advlHiibla. Thus condition l which ,
Kans. I nrlimllv wnluhlnK : arm
p' Topeka respectively.
,h I would be rhmMd 'an l.OUU pounds: onnwclKblnir the people: must remedy through the J. F. KICKLITER, The world has never knownan
Identical bills of complaint were l.G4i( pounds would ba clauseda anion of their rcpreucntlttives In. tho leu
0 I laid in each case, the principal accusation 1.60U pounds. lnlutui." Secretary pro tern. enclosed car of this typeat

t I I being that the contractor violated" ANNUAL RATES ON MOTOKCYC'1.fcS.: PASSENGER: CARS AND BUSSES.ANNUAL !) .

r I "a direct and intimate relatloni ] Foe per 1'KHMDENT HARDING' HAS NOT a lower price. No car at
:Fee par
t i ship of trust and confidence" in executing Tee. ('Ixxe Paeeengpre l'uo" 100 weight pounds, CHANGED HIS VIEWS I any price has ever offered a
+ this contract while it impossible ,

( A M..t..oyeles __'_'_...-,-.__._..- Flat ra"-... ,",Oil None -- value.
i' because ofUhe existing war II Motorcyole aide CR'. .-.,...,...--, I-'IRt rat._ 8.00 None In spite of the assertion of the an- greater .
,tit C Automobile: (private 118e)__ Any number None g ,roon ,
I emergency fqp the government to oxerciae Car roe hi..... _._.- -'"-.,,_...,... 7 ranee. or IDOL 5.011( ,70E ti-prohibition forces. that President ".

: I.. normal supervision and inspec- I''! ltuwea aurae: :, for for lire.hire.I ..,:.._...:_- :.:.:::= A Over to.: 1106 poa pass,..;.:.:.. ICen 7.M10: :,76I ,76U Harding had written letters the "gen/: Place your order now to insure -
I oIjI; tion'of tile work. As a result, it is Hu".po (hotel to dvpnt' only)...... _"-..........- -.__ 8.00 .roo eral trend"'.of which "was a prophecyof
,,,f +. : I alleged, the contractor stand: Indebted RATES ON TRUCKS TRAILERS AND SFMI-TRAILKKS.: liberalizing the prohibition enforcement early delivery. Termsif
: to the government for moneyin act" it has been officially desiredJ.

i't' the sums set forth, and for great Fee per stated at the White House accord-

;, ,i quantities of material, declared] to Tag Une TYI". Tiro lUOenunda Fee per I 100 or vehicle weight Weight limit ing to, press dispatches, that he has

have been purchased on government of wal"bt vehicle plUS loud In pound. not changed his views on prohibitionas W. Andrews, Dealer
f credit and misused. .
the result of the elections.] The
+ I Charge* Big Waste of Materials l .__ 'l'ruck._ .._ Pneumatic $ .70 .-ate.,__ 18,0110 president's experience in public life, Fordson Tractors, Ford and
II Prlvote.._.. Truok...... Solid 1.12 8.000tI
I The bill filed against the Bentley For Hlro_. '1'ruek- Pneumatic _,. .__ $1,60 .. 16,0110 it is said, has led him to believe that Lincoln Cars
: company at Columbus charged there 'J' For HII'o.... 'rruck._. &Ihl ._" __ ..._ 2.26 8,006 is in American politics
ci .. W Prlv"._ Traller..."._ pneumatic _.._.. __ .76 8,00o-Soml( ) 3uoO prohibition '
I l' was "groat and unconscionable waite"of X For lllre_. Trallor,.. Pneumatic 1.80 8,0110-f(Semq) 8MII for sometime to come, and must be
.' of the materials purchased for Camp Y Prlvate_. TrRII..r._.. Solid 1,12 3IIOo-SemI) lnoOr '
7. ire.- Trailer.. Solid .. .. 2,26 8Ooo-Soml( ) MOO dealt with as' a public question by
I i I' Sherman and that the contractor K anti Cachet Wegona-Flat; rR'., $20.01): those in office. L; !

j ''i "sold to and also purchased and re- ." .

; sold-to the defendant'at a profit" material \
mittee reports show. Five new members ley. -
I. that was not needed in the project -
f ,, and further charges were made have been added to the class during Famous Women-Bible quotationsby I

t'' that "large amounts of useless and the month and the attendance at members of the class. Alachua Foremost Center= =
/ unnecessary work dope in such the; ''Sunday school each Sunday has Violin solo, Angel' Serenade-Owen. County's Shopping

1 V manner that construction was retard been good. Griffin; accompanied. by Mrs. G. C.

ed" and that workmen "employed!} The plana for December are in keeping White. Shop Through Our Mail Order Department. .'

h ti I without reference to skill, experienceor with the Christmas' spirit and it The latter number was a surprise ?

other capacity" were paid the same was decided that the name department planned by Mr .,White, teacher of the

1 scale of wages as skilled workmen and cradle roll work would be class, and was greatly appreciated.This f I

r i ; and artisans. taken up January 1st. was Mr. Griflln's'first appearance /

rt As a result of delay in completionof After the business session Mrs. G. as. a violinist and the class felt '
Camp Sherman, ,the government W. Alderman chairman of the social honored at his contribution to the Quality 11ir/ /n om.rgj( I

alleged that the cost was not only enhanced committee, took charge and an inter. program, and predict'that while this \I SerVice 1 I

1'' but "sickness and death of eating and instructive program was was the first heard of him in a musical \ VS==?*ySx=J> GAINESVILLEFLORIDA '

a some soldiers" ensued. given as follows: way it ia not to be the last. f,

4 .. Charges of mismanagement against Reading, "The Deacon's Lamb"- The hostess, at the close of the I I

Srii .. the, contractor included] also] accusations Mrs. C. L. Hodges. program, served the' clan dainty : Largest Stock of Ladies' ,Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and :

!t' that "he pprmitted continual "Ten New Commandments"-By ten sandwiches, wafers and bot chocolate. ,

t loafing, misdirection of effort and sabotage members of the class] The favors were tiny red and white Notions in Central Florida.
%' In advised and I '
permitted,. class
"N Duet, "My Father' Planned it Ail"Mrs. bows the colors.
( caused large quantities of lumber, cement } :Members of the sdciul committee ,
yi ., L. C. Caahatt and !Mrs.\ Quif-/ )l i
( hl 1l I hardware, tools and other ma- I ,
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teriuU and equipment to be destroy I
ed" and that portions, of the project ; -
4 ; ;t were sublet to other parties and the

cost added to the bills submitted to
t1 i t j th", government

Attorney Genernl Daugherty ,said J.loUd Bargainsca.

every moans w uld be used to hasten
x 4 I the trial of the four suits.

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'4 7 ry )ION'fIlLY'MEETING LAW llini.K

t1: CLASS::

Saturday; afternoon the Law bible
', .; class met at.the home of the presidentMrs.

:" J. T. Quigley] in a business and .
". n social meeting. The past month's
1 (' w work' was given over to personal service

and many hearts have been made

I glad and much help given as tho com Christmas Goods--Presents for Young and Old-Everything to Please 0 t "

'L No Worms In a Healthy Child Come to Our Store You Welcome to look Beautiful
d Allchlldren troubled" with.Worm. have an un are over our StockI
lIealtb"ooJo..which Indicates pour Mewl and ea
5p-. 4 .I', rule there ts more or I... stomach, disturbance> I I
q '. GKOVE TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC given. n.ulurly s
1 t '.., fur two or three weeks. wU enrich the blooi:. '
j/ Improve the dUestlon.and act aa.tfeneratStreaitthenlnit SUGGESTIONS! SUGGESTIONS! SUGGESTIONS! SUGGESTIONS! j
r Tank to the whole system, Nature will then I
throw off rr dlnnel the worms.and lh_Child will be \ ,

q .. to perfect health. I'leuowtae.eoo.IwlbotUev, a House Slippers 98c Toilet Sets $1.25 to $3.75 r

_________ + 1-e __ +.t+# Hand '
Bags $1.98. to $5,50 Beautiful! Talking Dolls $4.50 to 12.50 each t

cI All Wool Serge 75c to $2.00 peryd. Beautiful Fancy Work all KInds. '
Hove Your Car
\ Equipped
r I iVilh Q Fancy Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c each Swell Umbrellas for the Ladies 1.-.

'. "CYCLONE VAPORIZER" Shoes 98c up to $6.50_ a; pair 2000yds. Outing and Gingham worth 25c, at:' 1 lOcyd

i ; 1. Saves gmoline N \

',. 1 t./o/c.Qibea mora starling power 1dy 3000 PAIR SHOES CLOSING OUT FOR, 98c TO $2:98 PER PAIR ;

i Price $4.50 Installed at I


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IIIImIIQ-!! Dmlum alBlJc/l/>nltlfllmllnn"mmmwmmm. I ADVICE An* bring*Inf:irmltlm I THE,inch .AGED uluiwUh I I I THAT KNIFE-LIKE! PAIN I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W.' Surreney, of I I Mr. and Mrs. W. U. 'Green, Mm. A. !

b.w.U. weak kidney torpid kv.r.Tutt's | LaCrosse, wore visitors hero Wednesday Al. Andreu and Judge It. A. Green returned

.. News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I afternoon to their home in Starke after

iun ewlWf Biim iiiii MMa, aim._. wf ..._._._.. Pills la Only One of N ttiro'a Warnings of Mr. and Mr, J. M. Sh.-vw were! visitors i it h visit with Mr. and !Mrs Rate Johns .,

S ..... .p.cln..ff.et thee.......... I Weak or Dlso: dored Kidneys. to Gainesville Tuesday. .. Union Christmas! will be give 4,
f live State News |I..imuU a ." the ........ta oa. .i.<... .... I Have you a lamo) back, uffhliit! ; day Cantey Ollivec\ !: and Virginia Col- at the Baptist church.
,' ...lioD,...01'- >Uiii...a.. the.y.t.... I and ulKht Do you feel sharp| pains son, of Tina Hill\ were hero Monday I' Mrs. S. S. Proctor motored to Sapp

I ... ...... .. .... .... ..... ..... ... .. .. after Htjopliu Are the Uiiin >ya "itcrnoon. Tuesday afternoon. '

i: Told by Our Exchanges. men, taken into the wood's sore? Is. their action IrrpguUr L'HS N. Roberta, of Lake Butter, was in Mr. C K. Taylor and I baby returned ;j

' there severely beaten. Sheriff Donna I.IJU"t'nlsLIl'\ un'iiiuino, town one day last week ) to Pelham Ga., after n visit! with

\ ,"J r.'t !ffm1llUmmllI.lmWIl'IJ'm''w.\I! [ WWIoM.wwu"uw..wu.... ,_... _...,_.._...._....u...nmn..n.....u .... .. got wind of tho incident and recommended 1 by HO many Stark( L. 11)11.1> I, of Jacksonville, was trnns- relatives.

Buried amid the ruins of a started In search of the people Auk y.our uelshlun;! aeting business> hero lust Wednesday. Bon: Duke, of Five Mile. visited iu
C, C. Melton, a garage mechanic of I ten city' for almost a'century whom they found on the Kings! Chas (CnitcMleid; farmer,.,. siark, town Sunday.
a ( says: "I can hardly die ( il I"> tile
died shortly after a motorcycle I to get buck to his home. LAKE BUTLER
Daytona: j I parently Kept in a state* of misery I endured from \lent' back /
he testing became uncontrollable medical attention \ nnf'OnUBradCord ]
was I perfect preservation, a quart man was given When 1 tilnil, to !let .It fait ,r i" 'though -
and dashed into a tree while old Spanish wine in the curio the officers immediately searched" someone bud stuck a kulfi. into the I Lake Butler, Dec 10.-Dr.I.' M.
running 50 miles an hour I the guilty parties, several of i I Dec. 15-A sing waa gS"-{
tion of George A. Patton, of email of my Imck. was IK uijr past Mann attended the state niudieal\ association -
ttr Joe, is gradually evaporating. Mr. Roberts recognized. Four going 1 pot up at night in 1'." .* the ut St. Petersburg last week. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. '
Iit can find the means to move liquor was unenrthed from the I ', were arrested later in the kidney Bprrell ns and they\ "t..tlled I' After the meeting lie vlnitod l relatives Il"n Sunday afternoon. Those at-:

thcM" Tampa can have the. two largo 1 of tho old city of,St. Joseph two It appears that Roberts was a re,t. sets'mre t read' :lib i u' II'JlIO'8'l < at Urudentown and Turn pa. \. were MissHS Luciln and Ge-

8 inch cannons at Forts Dado and Dc- i ago when fin irrigation ditch of having given the author- Kidney I'llhi., and two I 100 IM'", purchased Mrs.' Iva Sprinkle visited relativesin Iljrrvll, Lydia Groover, Jewel

SoW which are being al/ ndonpd by ling i dug through; the Patton information against moonshiners : at Tumor's. Prug; Mmo, c\ircd l town last week Connt'rly, Mrs. Ruby Gain en, Mrs. O.

the government I I Then it was rich and mellow caused several recent arrests. me.Price (Oiii' alt dmloi non't Rev, and Mrs. S S. Proctor motorAl(1 1I C. Scarborough: Mr. anti Mrs. Willie
sTho was enticed! from his homo under at Uaborn) of LaCrosse, Messrs. Cephu.t,
a deep amber hue. But now I I to five Milo Saturday IIfk'I'noon
simply rah I i. r a kidney i 1'1' i : tit| -got
schooner Reemplao, which went '''is going fast.Expenditures. pretense of assisting( with a stall- Doun'a Milnuy I'Uht-ti" un.' ) that 'I J. K. Pckle motored to Pekle't Mill Luther and Malcolm Harrell, Il.irleyAndreu
down" during: the storm' Of October' but when he approached tho Mr. Crulehiield Jjn'J- t'li-ui .Milburu I ICo. I, Saturday RIIY Andreu, Ronwoll Ward,

t 1021: and which is a menace .to navi- I of $ ,IIOO to he walt thrown I into the machine ., MH- !'jgrriUu,.N. Y, Mrs' Marco Clover\ or Pino,Hill, and Livlnjrstoii' Russ' Royce Gainey, of '/i
gation, as it sank in the middle of 15,000 gallons of coal oil, was !hurried to the woods, where ho I I Ancil Fnrrlsh of Five Mile, were married Itronkcr, George Jamea, of Cooter .:

the Hillsbor'oufrh' river, near'the Tam- I lied by the St. Petersburg taken out and severely beaten/ by county seat. here Tuesday, .luJKO Strickland Poml.

pa team ways, will bq[ dynamited and for the purpose of killing cow men with a whip. Tho suspected G. H. Colson spent IIIK! Wednesday ulTlciiitintr.Kirs. Regular church services! were conducted I

rcn-oved from the channel. I in Mirror l lake, tho center of are held fending arraignment. with relatives at Lake City. Hitchcock, of Lake huller and Sunday by Rev. J. L. Norris

{ e prettiest park Thousands of W. B. Harvard, of Tampa i was a Math Dukes, of Five Milo, wero married !Mra. M. D. Ilurrcll and son, M. D.
J. A, Byrd has, secured a contract have already been spent in of the discovery of gigan victor here first of last weok. I Tuesday by Judge Strickland."< I Jr., wt"te the guests oC Mr. anti MM.W '!. ,

:for the construction of a road from ing to dredge, harvest and liquor operations near' Jackson- E. J. Lewis and family hnve moved l I Wesley Bench, Ne\vberry\ visited M.[ Harrell tho latter part of lust

Bronson to Cedar Key in Levy county -, lilies out of the lake which they frustration of which has cut off into the cottage recentlyncntcd by' ri'lativer in Lake[ Butler Sunday week. i

And will cost about $100,000. It tically cover. A recent source of vast rdm running sup- Mrs. S. J. Kelly who hns moved 1 to l ennis ArKo, of Dukes, was truns- I Mr. nail Mrs Leonard Cook of hitch.

will be hard-surfaced with clay\ .and showed that. coal oil spread have been received by Federal Starke. acting business in town Saturday.Mrs. | Springs/, haw moved to, our ('nI1lIllUn'J

will be eighteen miles long and nine surface would kilt the leaves Commissioner R. Ilayncs. Rev, S. S. Proctor, of Lalio Butler, "', C, Townsend visited her ity.iS. I

:feet wide., roots. reports state that one wealthy will fill his appointment here next daughter Mrs. J. I). Alderman, of C. 'Andreu is on the nick list thla I
tor gained possession of ten Sunday at the Baptist church. [: Jacksonville Tnurmlny. "

Two very substantial gifts have In the list of marriage acres of dense timber land All those interested in the Sunday \Miss. Angelica I-'nirtloth was takento week.Mr\ ,, and Mrs. C. M. Andreu hud a*

been made to the Orange County the Tampa Tribune last on the river, on which school are urged to be present next Jacksonville Wvdnenduy for an op their guests iSund.iy, Mr. and Mrs K. I

Beautification Commission for use in pear the names of Carl} Phelps of large 'incased underground Sunday' afternoon, 3:30: at the Baptist eration. | B. Andreu, Mr. and Mra. Foxworth: ,
1'w ,beautifying the highways of Orange Katie Wilson. These are .' were found. Tho.. caches were church. Mrs. n.V.. Dorum l't'turuel11o hl'I of Brooker.Konwell .

county. M. J.\,Daetwyler, of Orlando, to be the Carl Phelps and Katie ;' making; detection diffi P. )M. Barefoot was trammeling\ buiinoMS > home Thursday, after neveriilveeUn |( and Orville Ward, Kay An. ,'J
will give. 1,000 palms, and P. Shanni- and each declared to bo .
son of the Pasco neighborhood pit was in Starke Monday. ,
Jacksonville drt RUMS
spent in Riverside\ hoxpitul, berger, of Pine Castle has donated love affair appears to have of concealing $5,000() worth of Mesdamert: G. B. C'olaon and J. I D. of Drfiokcr, attended! the Clint! grind- r\,

1,000( banana plants which will be set neighbor, Mrs. EfTio Carter, which in smuggled in from tho Baxter were visitors to Starke Mon Marcus\ Dekle, of Five Miletns f : ingot the! homo of W. M llarrell on n !f
lk' along the highway at definite points. The also] state that:
I With the, law. Miss Katie is reports day. transacting business in town Satur Saturday; night
i years of ago and it appears sand mounds, concealing W. W. Thomas of Cooler Pond, tiny I

Four girls, ranging: from ten to had the parental consent to wed of bottles and burlap sacks! was "a visitor here Friday afjtornoon. Mrs l Roger Collins and
fourteen years of age, who disappear. Mrs. Carter, who is several also found.( The evidence se- Mr. and Mrs. I':. T. Stewart and of ]IVnmicciU, 1I-Irll. J. I I. Smith and went successfully:

ed from the Florida Children.Home er, consented to Impersonate 'shows that automobiles and Mr. and Mrs. W. Crews and little baby, of Dado I'it.v, are guests of Mr. I Take one reckless, natural horn Y
at Jacksonville Wednesday night, and getting a marriage license and under cover of darkness, tra daughter, Hazel, werelaitorn to and Mr, .1. .TownHuiul. I

, ) for whom city and county officers affidavit that she was Katie far into tho northern states car I Alachua Thursday.! Mr. and I !Mrs. VM-U-O Howling and'l 'i' fool.Two or three drinks of bail liquor'

' sought( all day Friday, turned up at //21 years of\aA'l', and is now copper containers loaded with I Mr. and l Mrs.\[ Lee Green, of Piu4llill UluiiKhler.. Kathryn, of Jneksunvilln, I A fitat, hiuh-powered/ motor car. ( '

, ,1; the home Saturday. They had gotten bond to appear in circuit court from the citrh.es, constituting I were hero Saturday afternoon are visiting: \'l.I.lIvl'h'rt'/ / this week Soak the, fool well In the liquor, u'r
j({ As far as Ortega, seven miles south swer to the charge of making of the most'gljtartll, rum running Mr. and Mr. C. J. Crown, ot Brudl 'The ladies of the M 1.thdIMI t church place him !in the car and let him go. '

C of the home when the pangs of hun- affidavit.I unearthed in recent months, l I ford, were hl'rc1ontlllY! enroute to will have a (bazaar and chicken. upper After duo time remnvo from the
'I ger fumed( them to turn back. I important arrests and sensation Starke.E. .nt, the club l'uOI1tnhlllht> F.vor\ wreckage, place in blackt, satiii-linal

Last Friday Sheriff C. S. are expected. ., S. Giiini-y, of Plant City, was one cordially Invited. box and, rarnlsh with lloSvers. .
Ir' Florida pottery is making its ap- :Jof Wauchula arrested W. B. transacting business' here part of last

I' pearancein Fort Miters: in a beautiful : Jr. HAMPTON week. ,- -
\ --
,+ .on a Warrant issued In
f exhibit of hand :painted pottery I county charging him with G. n. Colmin was: transacting bilni- 4
1- that from the raw state to their pres- I I and misappropriating the funds Dec. 15.-Misses Free nes sin Gainesville Tuesday.

ent rare finish, wore dug, fashioned Everglades State Bank, of Mary Lee Wynn, of Starke, were 'J. I). IInx t.spent, TucBduy in .

.i and fired in Oilando. The exhibit had went of which he was cashier. Sunday. Starke at the bedside of his daughter,,
I'w (been displayed in Jacksonville and Trippe did not state what his M. E. Provatt Is the guest of Mrs. C. J. Crews, who ii suffering

I ,' ('reated.a very great amount of admiration I ness was in Wauchula but did lick.'I son,. B. J. Prevail, of Starke; .,. this from appendicitis.

I t':',: and interest. us though he considered Mrs. G. M, Ileville has been on the
,,' I fugitive from justice. C. M. *. W. E. Daugherty and son, of sick list for the past few days but at

;. Fort Picrcc's.general election Tues- : former president of the First attended religious services' in this writing in somewhat improved.:

day)was a most thrilling affair-with ;i Moore Haven, and O. 'S. .Sunday, r
a tiotal of 29 votes cast. The election j rector of "the Everglades State L. Birt has recently' been the Colds Cause trap ana Influenza
I t>f his father, W., P. Dirt.
I was in fact merely the confirmation were arrested Tuesday in Moore LAXATIVE:HROMO QUININE'r.bluu move th
I of the nomination of the recent white I en on charges of violation of Masonic Lodge of Hampton caiua. There Is only ono ""' "tv. Uululc' .
"' and there opposi- I give a community Christmas tree l K. W GKOVE'S .I"".,"'". nn boa SIX. HAROLD HUME Wm.:P. SIMMON D. A. MQMRI3ON, Jr. '
primary, were no banking laws in that
j they are I
.. .
r..idunl' VIa.Pr..ld.nt S. Tr.
{I Masonic Hall Due. 25th., at'7
tion candidates, hence the lack of in j to be responsible for over-loans
I Santa Claus will at 8 Cure Malaria, Chills,, 1
terest. However, it is evident that rectors of their hanks. Both appear Best Fertilizers, Insecticides Spra ers Poultry .
end Fever, \league or
nn independent line-up might have leased on bonds of $2,000 each. 666 Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices '
: invited. Bilious Fever.
scored a coup and upturned the whole 'a
Masonic lodge met in regular Prompt Shipment t
ticket Ransom E. Old. the
pioneer Friday evening The follow- '.
mobile manufacturer, has officers were elected for the ensu- the Quinine ...aIIIJU Plot! Alleil I I'" H..<..1B A.k your neighbor.-rl. know. t'
A Coast Line freight engine caused holdings at Oldsmar to the .rnii. .4t nr 'Its rnnlc end, Inxittivv rlfmt 1. .. quite a diversion Saturday afternoonand Real Estate of St. year: TIVR: 11KUMO QUININE (tlab'"i,> con ,lx. iknn
Company M., W. O. Duval. by unyfini without rniiHtnit n.rvne.nr.enrru.ytnatuthebead Jacksonville Fla
Sunday when in making the first exchange for a beautiful new E.W.GkeVLS.leoetutenubun: : : !.5'.' 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, i
W., F. E. Henry. j'
run over the sidetrack extension re- at Kansas City, Mo. It is
W.; V. B. Wheeler .
cently completed by Marrison Bros., that the Cornwell company will JOHN WHiTE&C0. "i
E. C. Williams. a .. ..
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contractors in the at Inverness --- --
yards -
of Oldnmar the --
t possession on C. E. Harper.. LOUISVILLE. KY. '., ,; t""
the track at one point on the edge of the. year and that they r 'stlb.rala..enrt.ntaed Y. ,
V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs I.utlat.tla1831
i' the lake suddenly gave way, letting building a new hotel on the a business visitor here this week ', 1
l the engine drop down about four feet.I front and putting on an W. E. Daugherty preached at Full Value paid /ar T Cure Your Meats the
and turn on its side against the old campaign for the further
Christian church Sunday morning Raw Furs rI ::1
1.I embankment. ment of the' property The evening. I. ,

volves the taking over by W. M. U. held their annual I
Contracts for construction of about Louis parties of aU of Mr" Olds' and bazaar Friday evening./ Cold Storage Way
145 miles of county roada'and aggregating ings at Oldsmar with the had a beautiful display of fancy i
a cost of $2,582,310.52, were of some acreage around and
The candy booth was a success.
awarded by' the Ilillsborough county oil well
sin now being drilled.
supper consisted of chicken pilau, Frequent i
\.. commissioners embracing fifteen different the entire town site, including chicken, boiled ham, potato nai
roads in that county. The construction tel, bank property, waterworks, .
salad, bread, pickles, am "'\
I : program, declared to be the trio and ice plants, sawmill\ cake and coffee. The nice sum Headaches"I
I 'largest ever undertaken at one time planing mill a number of realized. I
I was
by any county in the South, is to be and several thousand acres of
who in
of town guests!\ were !)
started at once, and the roads are expected surrounding the town suffered/ with chronic
were, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. constipation that would bring on
to be completed in eighteen
Mr| C. IL Clarke, Mrs. F, very severe headaches," says< kJMrt. Our cold plant is and we di (
F.V.I.J Cripple Creek, Va. || 1 1I
son, Robert,"of Brooklyn, Mr. and "1 tried different medicine and I will be glad to handle your fresh meats'
D,\V. Moore, of Theresna, Mr*. did not get relief. 'Ihe head- ,
.w ; Sparkman, }Mrs Maud Wesley, aches became very frequent. I I

IF SICK, BILIOUS Emma, English of Waldo.and Miss SteUa beard of iU I I Ii

i t Bedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT' i !


Dec, 15. Jno.. Shriver and

: Marguerite are on a two I
01:, :" State FarmI
( Florida
,,!J'!" I"" i visit with relatives at Arcadia.
Brown, of Miller, was trans II ,

v,:;i:: Don't Take Calomel 1 "Dodson's Liver Tone" Acts basineda here last& week. the and relief tonic it was for a very headache quick, and and JL S. BUTCH, Superintendent 1 1I i t
'. antI Mrs. R. Weeks and chil-
I ,
before Iliad
: It was so long; ,
..; Doesn'f Gripe, Salivate or Make "You Sick-Don't. spent Friday with friends' in another headache. Now I Just Raiford Fla. 1 il)i V
> keep the black-Draught: and I
:. 1 Lose Day's'Work don't let myself get in that .. --- -
,,::; ;", a Read Guarantee Matthews, of' Lake City, wan condition." ._., --- -- --- -.---- -
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business here
.,,j : ", <:tlngo Thursday TJiedlord't/ Black Draught .
TTght Calomel mnket ur (purely vegetable) has bests
you ittaniach dour', Just
try a
,' horrible Take a dose of the danger- of liarmleM 1)o of
."),, eta drug tonight nail tomorrow joummy night of Bradford, were shopping and by stimulating l the action
\lose a day' work. I Here the liver, when It is torpid help K
; j my jpiwrant**-Koto Saturday, to drive many poisons out of GENERAL INSURANCE
OUomol i* mercury or nuickinlver drug star and get a bottle 'of .
R. Brown who is doing llillousneseindqestion.
which neeroaia of tW bone carpen- your system.
cauMii m' Llv.-r Tan for a few .au. and
(' .loml'l. whop it romeq into contact a spoonful and (f it dowin't at Sampson City, spent the similar'; trout. adacne.;ea are. often HAROLD C. WALL
with amir bile crashes into It, break- here. J JrJiniJLilnriLt
you right up nod make you fwi relieved/ this way. It Is the
In. ft up. This i i. whim you .feel that and vigorous I want ,you to lilt W. PinhoUter LaCrosse, mal natural way. Be natural I Try FLORIDA ,
nausea and cramping. If Zooare to the .ttire: and got your here' Black-Draught. STARKE
nhigrginh and "all knocked i DuJioa'a >1' Monday. "
out Ll.Ton.. la l destroying
your liver fa i torpid and bowela contipatod 'al- of eulomcl became it U real Lubedia Plnholater, of La. Sold everywhere. FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEi
or you nave headache! dizzi- medicinal entirely vegetable, se, wee a visitor here last week.
flees. coated tongue UJiruatU it bad Ik can not sativata'or make you T. Stewart:pent Monday at the


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1 Telegraph son; this older person should also be from Jacksonville where she visited from Washington, D. C., where they Miss Vesta Tdrne/,' of Macclenny, u.--. ..,W"-.,. c'W'IfQ: its,,..,

I Bradford! County able to drive if trouble is to be pre relatives, and from Palatka where she were married the 6th, inst. was the guest last week"of Mrs.' F. L. roetoreavlt.IRyau. "011>1' by furlr/toc and

-: vented. was the guest of Mrs. If C. Richard. I Turner. Miss Turner returned home .,tithing)the bluoU.1. Y?i .aa soon foci luStMotn,
,1,11.>! .hvillOratl.ffi"'t.. : Price sAt
Mr. and
Thursday accorftpanicd by
i, and entered Spend your dollars with the Peo-
Published weekly as
Children of the Presbyterian Sun Miss Florence Matthews went to Mrs. P. L. Turner, the trip being
tl Co. west of depot. Theyare
ples Grocery 1ftflbuAUIIILIiII.ii.I '
second class matter,, at the post day school are being couched each Ocala last week to take the teachers' honest and ,to treat made by automobile. ;
i mean you COFFINS & CAS''
office at Starke Florida. evening for the Christmas exercisesby examination. While in Ocala Miss right. Make our store headquarters

: NATTKE : = !Mrs Hedges.,; Matthews was the guest of Mrs. G. C. for fresh, clean groceries of all kind.:" '"''The'' Merry Workers met with Mrs.F. And a Full Line offlndatak.n' ,
ii E. S. rS, Editor and Owner
Shepard. We would appreciate a visit from yod L. Turner Monday evening and Suppliem

The Starke Cigar Company has its Saturday. Come down-look us over spent the time' making Christmas

PUBLISHED EVERy FRIDAY force working overtimes on Christmas Hay--all. kind! at lowest prices. N.' gifts. The charming hostess served a AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
IN SUBSCRIPTION RATE orders. B. Hull. tempting salad course at the close of Always on hand. The best ser-
Children of the Confederacy vies at the lowest
The prices.
Per Year ._______.:2.00 the evening. Spe.
Mr. Cannon, division state engineerof met.Suturday'afternoon' at the nome cial attention to telegraph oran.
I G. M. Inman has returned from a
Lake City, is visiting at the home of Sara Hope and, Georgia Hay el.! Registered Embalmer
Colder, Isn't it? Ed. R. Neff for business trip to Georgia Upon Mr. Lucile Mitchell presided and Elise --
of Mr. and Mrs a Inman's recommendation, the E. A. Piles Cured In 6 to Vf DaysDrutitlHta
few days. Jones acted as secretary. The hostess rotund mon' DeWITT C. JONES

The Macclenny Standard, In looking ,Strout Agency has purchased a tract served punch and wafers at the close tocureltuhing,511nd. JlraanaorPmtntdiugPalloatuntly I STARKE, FLAn '
of land comprising 12,500 acres relieves Itchlnn Filu and you amt t .
c about for something to find fault !Mrs G. C. Sweat hag returned from of the pleasant afternoon. cful:: eleep after th:3 llfbt aitullutuuu. rrux.* 7 *iHmimu t DC7IDi >

with, slurs the liveoak tree for having Lake Butler, where she wall called on Mr. Thornton and I ,_ _. __'_________ -__ ___.__r ... ___,__'_._____ _" ___
f ?f t ':bare limbs" in winter. The liveoak: is account of the illness of her sister, and Mm. son,

not guilty of such unseemly behavior, Mrs. J. C. Raulerson. Lee, Charles Varlner and W. B. Mat-

; Avery. Perchance you meant the piz- tox, of, Brymer, Mo., spent the week- j
J I end of Mr. and Mrs. J, .
at the home
A "f,J on oak or mayhap the Jerusalem oak Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jack
J. Rigdon.J. .
sonville, were guests last week of her

Our first Christmas gift to arrive parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. N. D. Wain-
F. Colley is in Jacksonville this
came Monday in the form of a Ford- wrlght. DO YOUR
week attending Federal court as a
''g_ son tractor from J. W. Andrews, Jr.,
juror. lie spent last week there also, O
local Ford dealer. The tractor, altho Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and oa aMke o
returning home to spend ,Sunday with
f j in miniature, has the name forceful children have returned from a motor '

d effect as a paper weight as the real trip to Vienna, Ga., where they visited his family. SHOPPING HERE

Fordnon has in farming service. Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. E. T. King.
I'' Mr. and Mrs. W/ B. Jacobs.and Miss
Thank J W.
you Elsie Jacobs, of Emlenton, Pa., were
'Special subjects at both morningand .
the guests of Miss 1I01.elVeller :Monday -
An American manufacturer of evening services of the Presby-
and Tuesday. They made the
,, sauerkraut, in advertising his product : terian church on Sunday. The public trip from Pennsylvania in their car.

claims for -it more virtues than Is always welcome at the church.Mr. .

even the most enthusiastic German fI Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jack- .
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children -" '
ever suspected it had. According to
sonville\ were here Saturday 'enroute
the advertiser the delectable kraut of Brooker, were in town Friday ;
from Gainesville to their home. They Now
Your Selections
and were guests at the home of
has of vita mines whatever that
more ( ; I were the guests of Col. and Mrs.\ A.. Z., .
Mr.Veeks' father, Col. W. T. Weeks.
.. may be), hydrocarbons"", albumen, gluten Adkini 'while here.
fat, phosphates, sugar, medicinal *

,_' ingredients, etc., than you can shake Mr. and Mrs.\ John; Lawrence, Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. M. Temple, of Select those gifts that will stand the test of durabilitythe .
M1, a a stick at-most everything, in fact, H. Clark and Airs.. F. E. Carr, of? ,
Tallahassee, were in Starke Sunday,
Brooklyn, were visitors to Starke last Our goods of the high
7 except country sausage and laughing guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. appreciative gift. are isame '

; .. gas. It can be eaten raw, boiled or Friday. Geo. C. White. They were enroute grade quality as in former years and are sold with our
friend. All that ia very well, but the
reason sauerkraut is not more generously D. P. Carpenter and brother, Frank NOTICE.OP FINAL, DISCHARGE usual guarantee. "" .
Notice la hereby given to all whom it
c r used is because it is not quite went to Jacksonville Thursday They .concern that on the Olh duy of frebrunry A.
{ as fragrant as the lilies of the valley. .i| were guests at the Mason Hotel whilein I 1>, 19. 5. I shall apply to Ue Honorable R A. '
Green judge of probatefor
Kraut and its boon companion, Lim- the city.Horace ;: my llnnl; :r.h'I1' a. adm Judge a of the To assist We suggest '
ratute of S. I). Duke drcvnaidl and that at you
cheese will remain will; 1 ;: :: ,
berger pariahs until the Hume time 1 prcnnnt' my final*aceounta. I
they can be labeled "scentless." ': Wilson, of the University ask for. an their ailmlnifltrator.approval. of Cold estate and FOR WOMEN: CUT- GLASS SHERBET SETS .

I of Florida, spent the weekend at the 12Bt2.Rpd, JONATHAN M.Ailmmiitrator.DUKES. MANICURE SETS SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS ",
European wine exporters are elated I home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Dated December alb A. D. 19J2. CANDLE STICKS '
over the recent elections in this country E.v Wilson.
j .' as they think they 'see signs of
; drove'* Tasteless chili Tonic restore) DESIGNS WAIIL'S FOUNTAIN PENS::
that the rigor of the Volstead law will Say it with gifts that are useful. "
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and KODAKS
i be so ameliorated) till wines and ,liquors Morgan. .
Enriching the Blood. When you f..dlUl PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS FLASHLIGHTSSMOKERS' "
'i can again be sent to the United ;- t
t strengthening/ invigorating effect,see how .
',, States at a good profit. Vain hopes. Charlie Johns went to Qaincavillo FOUNTAIN PENS SETS::
it brings color to the cheeks and howit "
Prohobition has come stay and to witness the football
t9 Saturday game
the vIlli
improves appetite yo'i then
pretty soon the public, which at pres- between Gainesville and Duval high <:
appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's : '
ent is rather callous on the subject, schools. CUT GLASS PIPES ,:,

::4 c r will take a hand and assist the prohibition Iron :and Tasteless Quinine suspended chill Tonic in syrup.ii simply So LARGE IVORY MIRRORS CIGARSSTATIONERY f-( ,'''V/ ;:'

officers in suppressing bootlegging Mrs. M L. Johns has returned home pleasant even children like It. The blood PYREX OVEN WARE .. ,
smuggling. -I- needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to "
t read the statistics showing how many NOTICE OP LEASE! OF COUNTY CONVICTS Enrich It.'Destroys Malarial! germs and CUT GLASS WATER SETS DUN'S FOUNTAIN, PENS ;" ,

r .. persons were killed during the past Notice .U hereby given that on Mondny.Jnnuiyy Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invlgor, '.
"A 1. 111!I J.I. th. Icnae. of nil county convict alma r/Toct. 600.I i ',
year by drunken drivers of automo' of Bradford county will be aold In front Candy
i .
biles, cannot but wish that the liquor of the aouth door of the eourthoune in Stark., I ,
t riiirlila. to the hlgheet-and bent bidder! for
r traffic be entirely stopped. The old aid county convict, aubject to the lawa KOVernlnK V ,
Whitmans'and / attractiv"eboxes.
soaks will soon die W and others will name. Period of, said board Inane will run Nunnallys Candies in .

be disgusted with, the "hooch" the I through, tt to reject year U;: .nJh:1I bide, reavrveltheJSrlnht Our stock is the largest and best assortment of Candy ever
bootleggers sell at an enormous price. I Chalrmnn Board of County Commlwilonera.Attwti had injStarke.
J will not dare to use the
O. W ALDERMAN Clerk lZ-lB-Bt-13-20 J .
stuff on account of its dangerous

character Everything( works in favor -" .
tt of total prohibition.In Garage.Open ,

a West Florida/ town, 'recently,
two men were killed, being run over

r by an automobile driven\ by a boy 11

,+ years old. The boy lost control of j I I have reopened garage and We Cjrind Our Own Lenses STARKE, FLORIDA

i the machine, then lost his head. That of t
r filling station at the corner
is the trouble with allowing children NODELAYgdainesdille
.Walnut and South 'streets and
to drive automobiles. No damage is t I

; apt to happen as long as everything I! now prepared to handle any and Florida :

I f! is favorable, but should a contingency i all kinds of automobile and tractor -

''h '" occur, when quick judgment and action ;' repairing. First class work
is required the child in to be-
,.," apt with reasonable prices.: oo
1 ;, r' I tome: confused and somebody will bet!' .

.r i "'''hurt.Parents who will not trust a Let me fill your gas tank"* v efP

I'' '. child to carry a pitcher of milk across !t tsr o
the street for fear that half of it will \
be spilled, will trust the same child to

:l f. drive a car It is not enough to regulate ,' eChristmas
t" that a child must not drive a car Stern's GarageHull's e A .

i' unless accompanied by an older per

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l As Ujual we are the people that have the goods'

i I The Economy SaleEverybody

It "ii: .. E ',, Specials for Christmas t "

knows Sam Rosenbery! What I Largest Stock in the Country.say .

I do. I have advertised a Christmas Economy ,

CUT. GLASS ,Sale and by that I mean--a dollar spent i have the largest stock of goods ever offer

I with me will eo the work of two 'dollars else- -
We have the finest assortment of cut glass to be d before to the people of Bradford County,
? where. Make your dollars go the limit by buy'e

I iii: -.Y A found in Starke and the prices especially low. ing at my 'great sale. good goods new goods at sale prices., "

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II''. : We have some especially fine rugs in'9x 12 and Groceries Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes Millinery Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Men's andChildren's

a few smaller ones. Furniture, Mission Style side i *

'A board, chairs, rockers, window seat, cedar chests I / i Clothing. .

_ Oak dressers, settees and chiffoniers. I / Make Your Money Go the Limit by Trading With Me, -

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Thursday and Friday, Dec., 14 15 ,

ADMISSION 20 and 40c '
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Miss Etta Tison spent Friday in again after an illness of several days A. M. Darby, local merchant, has Frank Pomeroy, of the Univermty motor t'or1Iaml where they have nccepteil positions.;> '--
Jacksonville. I received a handsome new cash register I of Florida, was the week-end guest\ \,
for use in his store. of Mr. and Mm. J. M. Mitchell \
Miss Loca Sweat made a business DmmcJm'lmcmR:1IIr.IlJfIDmnmIIImOO1lllL1tlWtlJ: : () : !
(! ;![;r h61@91tb141{[ : <@ Allan Johns way a Sunday> visitorIn trip to Worthington Springs last
Gainesville. week. -' William Epperson, of Jacksonville, Missi-n llihl.i: Struth and Lucile i TilE SlJ(,(mSTIONH WE TAKE IN MAKING TO .
spent the weekend with his parents, Mitchell spent Monday In Jacksonville nl 1'1 JUU< IRE= ONES nESEUVING OF YOUR

,Say it with Xmas cards. Morgan's./ Paul E. Canova, Sr., and son, Paul,] Air. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. ATTENTION. WE HAVE SELECTED FOR POUR ,
left Monday on a business trip, to the C i WXPL' A LINE <>F CHKISTMAS\ GOODS THAT
Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Monday in west coast. Florence Powell and son, Wil Emmett Kelly has returned IKHIIO I I EXCELLED.VE ARE NOT RUN.
J ac bonville. iI i liam, left for Jacksonville today to after spending a month In Jackson- NIN(; A 8.I.IHUT KATIIElt AKE OFFERING"YOU
I The finest rug in Starke at Hull's spend a fe v days with friends. ville with relatives. I' THESE; GOODS AT REASONABLE I'ltlCES, ic
Dr. O. L. Haynes spent Monday. in store. : c HACKED liy OUR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE.: \
Jacksonville. Say it with those. all-silk hosiery. Say it with a good winter coat for !Ie 'IiI
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Say it with handkerchifs, all kinds. Morgan. the Wife or daughter. Morgan!
Charlie Powell will leave Tuesdayfor Morgan. 1:' c &HAVE IT MADE f'i
a visit in Coco Miss Flossie Rlgdon, who is a professional Miss Margaret Dekle left (o'riclllY' I TO MCA/UBE '
-- nurse, was called to Jack for St. Augustine, where she has I Useful 1 t1
F. L. Turner, local produce purchasing accepted :
See the cut glass pieces at Hull's. from the All WOOL LINE
returned from sonville lately. a position. !
agent, a f 1'f
business trip to Sanford. .. I.I I.1
C. L. Hodges, local merchant,
Miss Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonvillespent Mrs. Annie Br q yin, Barrett, of '. Holiday
Sunday in Macclenrty. the week-end the of Gainesville, spent Saturday with her I
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and as guest .2
family motored to Gainesville Sun her mother, Mrs.*Flora B. Cady. sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. : +
Dan Boree was a business visitor I r 4 Suggestions
in Jacksonville on Friday.Col. Christmas fruits, vegetables, cake I Mrs. ,M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey,'

I J. W. Andrews, Sr., made a business doings, etc., at Hull's. was here Friday with her daughter, ; ,
tai<} Mrs. D. E. Knight were j trip to the' Metropolis last Mon \ Mrs. A., Z. Adkins. ',. '. AT. I i
visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. I. day. Say it with table linen, towels, and I : "'i\ ; j ij "
"scch." Morgan.Mrs. Bargains in new army saddles.. N.I I ..fir I I
Oscar Andreu and Dr. O. L. Haynes B. Hull.
H. M. Snow of Philadelphia, was l
motored to Jacksonville Monday. attending to business here Wednes' J. S. Culbreath and Mrs. Clem- I 1f NAT -iY I i ii
day. ence Futch, of Savannah, Ga., are vis.Itlng Jay Alderman! of Jacksonville, was :
Edward Burns went to Orlando their aunt, Mrs. J. J. Johns.P. here Monday visiting his parent, :
Thursday, returning home Saturday.W. Owen Griffin and W. H. Stfingfel- and Mrs G. W. Alderman \Ir.// ,i 11
low have been sick this week with E. Canova and son, Paul E. Jr., I, Y STERNBERG'Men'n !j
W. Colson is able to the about dengue: fever. spent last week on a business trip in J. W. Killian, of Black Mountain, ;
iw I South-Florida. N. C., came Sunday night to spend the : t I it..
-- --- -- holidays at the horne of J. M.: Truby. :
> Jt i".ht jlvg.'.!o<:3nH. ; inriiamuiragtnmtanmir: IICmmrnll'll'lfl!) I"I iaNM041t.nn.waa. I
Mrs. A. H. Freeman, 'of Jacksonville -
tii was here Wednesday shaking Mr. and Mrs.\ J. E. Wiluon weed i r, I :,

hands with her many friends. called! to Miami this week! to attend Shirts'. ,the Arrow Brand from $1.50 up. .:

Merry Xmas' I the funeral of Mr. Wilson's mother. j Men's: Collars. Arrow and Van Heusen. ::1 < 1
Mrs. WT J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, A "beautiful
line of Men's Knit: Ties in the
Messrs. H. C. Wall uiul W. M new
has been here this week visiting her
shapes, in Christmas boxes!I, from 73c s
WedI I up.Men's
sister,.Mrs. O. J. Griflln. | Wainwright motored to Miami ;
nesday. 1'.1r.Vall returned, home on I and Ladies' (Hose, the Kverwcar;; Line, in j
s To my many friends and patrons whom I have Monday.: .. tMr LisIeM and Silks, from 2e to .1.00) (>() a pair. i
Mrs. L. E. Deudon, of Eljjtn, 111.,, .
(t served the past year and to those I hope to serve the who has been visiting Miss Carrie I Men's and Ladies': : Handkerchiefs in Christmas: : 1

coming year, I wish a joyful and happy Christmas] Uglow, returned home last week. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan and son, I ho",<<'s. s ,

In market Wesley, motored to O'Brien and spent Genuine: Leather Suit ('lIsesll"d Hand Ha,j*. (
I sell
my thhighest quality meats and j r
the week-end with Mr. moth.
and E. Winkler Bryan's Ladies'
Born to Mr. Mrs. A. c Hand Hags.
all kinds of vegetables in season. My prices'ur always er.
Dec. 6th, daughter. The lady ,
a young
fair. Royal Society Packages: << always useful gifts.
has been christened Julia
Mr. and Mrs II, O. )Daniels and Have your next suit: made to measure. I can still

Buy your meats and vegetables here.* Fire crackers atIiull's. son, Russell, of Jacksonville. were the : get it here by Xmas. )
FULl. LINE OF FRUIT AND NUTS FOR CHRISTMASHemingway's week-end guests of her mother, Mrs. W. I.. DouirliiM,Short for Men and Women<< In till the 1}
Wm. Edwards.Mr. and Lists', from .."(O) which ;
Mrs. Grace Ford and Miss: Carrie new shapes : priced $ ) to $7.50, \
Uglow were in Jacksonville during is Very reasonable, considering the quality and style of ; !
Market. thift'week. visiting relatives. .- and I Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of '1 this merchandise. t

Gainesville, were week-end! guests ai. 1: Hamilton Brown Shoes for Ladies in Patent, Satin
F. G. HEMINGWAY, PROP., Telephone 19'' Messrs. Herman Poston and Joe the home of her father, Col. W. T. and Suede-- verythinjj new.

Wainwright were among the visitorsto Week on. 'Cherry street. A complete line of Toys and other holiday goods, i

the state metropolis Monnay.Mrs. suitable for young and old. '
Men's linen handkerchiefs! 50c. t
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Quality merchandise at price no higher than yon
Zitzke ann Miss Anna Zitzke, Morgan.Mrs.\ for cheaper goods. Our aim is to plt'aKe-You must II"
$ $ $ $ $, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Ij pay
I suburban of Rockford home, 111.of, A.are Bronke.guests at thd Josephine Edwards left this j j be pleased or your money refunded. 4

week to spend the Christmas holidays '

I II Misses Edith and Rena Stokes of with her daughter, Mrs Henry ,: NAT STERNBERG'S

I Money Helps To Make Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Freeman, of Miami. II: ...
their sister Mrs. T. /Morris./ STARKE FLORIDA
Messrs. E. Joseph Wainwritrht and :!

Fred Sapp spent the week-end in Herman I'oBtUf left on Monduy by I*;:'.mlJlmllllDJlillmmlllU11I: ( Af@@tn@@U( >dltb@@Ql@@tdDiCfm@@

A Christmas Leesburg with .his wife, who i* visiting .
Merry --- -- -
her mother, Mrs. E. E, Stevens.

i Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, of t
V Lawtey, were here Friday and were yr

//ere's. The Way to Have Both guests at the home of her parents, / '
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. ,II'f.
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%i/7M'Nr NJry !I -EAT-- h JlA5'i'

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We> serve thou deliciou. __
.- I I Hamburg .SandwichesApple.
and Banana.always .
+ on sale

Com in, wm want your bade Christmas GiftsIn Y

k-1! : } B. M. DOWLING, Prop.IImtmnmG1l"'l1lJmu"'uomp' IJI

-- "---' tlfe selection of Christmas Gifts for members of .

the family or friends it is not necessary to consider

much the expense as it is to pick an appropriate yift.

Christmas Savings Club Note stopped up? It's the article that fits the need of the receiver rather

MENTHOLATUM than the cost in dollars "Generosity in Giving" does

,') not mean necessarily the expense but rather the joy of
Hundred are flocking to Join our Christmas Saving '
y r Club which started December 11 and you quickly clears it. receiving JOur selection of holiday jrifts has not '
should not let the VVe have the ;'.
ch.nc..o by. been impartial. picked gifts: that -we
Coat nothing; to become a memb.r-no fee., no knew would be a joy both to the donor and the re- '

'"'''.I'' fines, nothing to late. Habitual Constipation Car*
In 14 toll Omym out of buying but is such that the pocketbook can
preparedSyrupTonio-Lsxa'live for a specially.Habitual: make the rounds. Surely from such an assortment .
;l.l.CLUB' NOW FORMING-JOINt Cnnatlpation. It relieves promptly but as this you can find something for your family or -
... should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto '
Induce regular action. Ic Stimulates! << and k friends. ''sS ,
: t Kfrfutates. Very Pleasant to Takj COt ,'
U .''t: wb.n \1 Her bottl. Holiday' Gift Toys I Ivory Toilet Sets
.It will enable you to save you couldn't da otherwise.You'll -- '
\ ." 1 PencilsManicuring Fountain
have money for Ch'rUtmm; *or other u.. and wonder how you t Century Pens
t 1 accumul.t.d *o muchl ," :'f Sets Perfumes '

;.., A little each week regularly. -watch your faring grow! V- :s''l w Writing Paper I. Watches
benefit.It', great'co-operative plain. You get your here of the general 1 '886"' Johnson's Irigh Grade Candy

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1 particular Save for your family and friend Get others to '
jma. Save for any peclal purpole. But hurry, while )0.1'' thinking "
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DAyissINSURANCE I every 25 cent purchase of Nyal Product, we give

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$ $ '$t $ $ $ $ $ $ $ STARKE .,;-, THE NYAL STORE ,1

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I I I -J. J. Byrd, of Maxville, spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs Ellison Kelly, of Oak, I GET RID OF THAT

r ASPIRIN day with his parents, Mr. and Mr. are visiting their daughter, Mrs W.

i1I --........... ...................-....................................:..__.: J. W. Byrd. His sister, Miss Lizzie, E. Edmondson.
I : ''i, : returned home with him for a fewdays' W. O. Waits, of Gainesville, was a 'TIRED FEELING"DO
l "Bayer" and Insist! visit. visitor here Friday.MlHHes .
t tiI With The Bradford Ray Newsom and wife, of Slarkc, Mamie Hull and Eftle Ed youful run duun and! h ,dr.
1. Hick all (the time Artm ;
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. mondson spent Thursday night, the pale, easily tired-no cmm'!! mm' ml
h Farmers II[owe. .. guests of Misses\ Muttie and Minnie ambition, np "pep" '
County The Kpworth: League social held on Ogden, of Graham Now is: the time to tall! On.; ],."'?
L .j 1 1I Friday evening was largely attendedand T. V. Williams has purchased a new l'epto..J\lanl.3n. It will bi.aivu nn''

i I ., t U.................................................-..-................__. 1 1J enjoyed by all. Chicken pilau Kord. and five ambition you a delightful, enrich your feeling blood of;, ,h"d| ;",;",:
r r J wan served in abundance by the presi- Joe Williams and Duggar/: Jones firm solid Shah! and bring the In.ini/
.\' J dent, Mrs. L. H Hill! and assisted by I were visitors to Starke Saturday.It. color; back to your sUn.

.WE CAN HAVE t I.AUCEK 1'EACH do any pruning.Not Mesdames ''Y. L. Torode,T. J, Terry, A. Jones was a visitor to Brook- Your druggist has Glide's-Liquid
lI i ('nol's. only the dead wood but any I and W. II. Miner. er last week. or solid a\?you prefer.Tonic .
other part ('of tho tree which shows n Mrs. Colon Miller! and children returned Mrs. E. H. Smith and daughters,
diseased or unthrifty Condition shouldbe I to their home in Zolfo ijatur- Ednure and Juanita, /)left lust week. r Gudf'sPeptoMangan
r Why do we not have the peach eliminated Do not leave unprotected -, : dnyafter spending month hero with for Tampa where they have accepted -

( t crop** we used to have in our home (non-disinfected) stubs, even her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Red- employment.Mr. .
i orchard: hero in Florida ? in u question of living branches. These will die i Unions yon son the name "Bayer" on \ and Mrs Charlie Niles of Miami -
that worries! many of our farm- and bo a source of contamination. Cut' packaKO or on tablet. you are not goo dish.Ted Lewis, of Fort White, spent arrived Saturday to visit relatives end Blood Enriche1lIan's -
the Bayer product: pry
ting: gemiinn ,
4 f era and housekeepers. The light that the limbs off closo to the branch or i Boriboil hy pl.jslelans. over twenty-two Sunday here with relatives making the trip by auto. -
scientists and practical orchadists body of the tree. Tho cut surface I years anti I proved' Hate by millions I for The Sunday schools of the three I lied Dcayer and I Ruby Parrish

i throw upon this suhjuct places the should not be at right angles with the I ColilnTootlinclio llealacho churches here.are practicing, getting wero visitors to Gainesville Friday. Catarrh Medicine, ; .
Those who are In a "run d"wn r ? ilion
reason for the reduced poach crops! at axis of the pruned branch, but parallel lumbago ready for, their Christmas tree en- Among those who were visitors to will notion that Catarrh bolhi, i n
+ door of insect enemies and plant to the axis of tho brunch. rfarnclio RheumatismNeuralgia last week Mrs S. much more hw they are In, ? i
f ,, the parent ; Pain, Pn.inAccl'pt tertainment which will be held at the Starko wero E'I lionlth i This, fact proven that with I ,' i ,.
i; diseases.th This will give n larger wound but It ; 'Grace church Friday evening, at the Jones, Mrs. W. J. Roberson; W. torch In a local disease. It la groannuneed ,.,.
A ,,1 Specialists of the Florida Expenwent will heal without a stub. Paint the :")lILYH !Tablets of A contains pirin Methodist South church Saturday Smith, D' gan Nabb, Duggar 11'1 CATARRH by conHtltutlonnl MFDICIJU" nmJItiHALL'S : \ I I'-',r.,

l, t t Station have the following to larger cuts! with some moisture-proof only.proJter Each directions unbroken bandy> bates of evening before Christmas and at the Carl Wynn, Lynk Williams, Tonic the mucous and act surfaces through of the the blood body MI,th."..n t
i Bay: in record to some of the things covering so that disease cannot enter twelve tablet cost low. cents Druggists Baptist church Monday) evening. I I I Kite and Wiley Roberson. reducing' the Inflammation and aiulmNaturft /.
,, whir-h keep our peach yields: down to and BO that evaporation from the IIIHO Mil! l"..Iflu of 21 and, 1M. Louis Marr\ and W. E. Toroilo, were Mcssis. T. V. Williams and Dogan All DruffflrlnlB In restorlnn, Clrculnrnou normal 1 !niulltlnn.
minimum. wound the will Aspirin is tho trade mnrk of Bayer and F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo. Ohio
A. during healing process Mnnnfartirra of Mi.noapeticnrMmrter( Of' transacting business in Starke Thurs I Nabb, Misses Elite Edmondson
q "The time to combat the diseasesof be prevented. SalicylicuCUl. Mamie Hull motored to the county "
the peach Iso short that prompt Pruning will go a long way toward day.J.. B. Rowe was a visitor to Stackta I site Sunday afternoon.To STRAWBERRY 100 ffnnulne PLANTS ProfrroiwUe":: or
action' is necessary in order to do effective preventing the various diHvngcs. The Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber and children Sunday, Superb Everbrarintr" Plant de
work.; In addition to the scale grower may not think that he has the spent several days with relativesin -- r L .//nh t F.. planting livered to time your for door only at 7Sc proper 1>
Curo a Cold" in One !)".
insects and the root-knot organisms, time to do the work now, but when Jacksonville last week. SAMPSON CITY (TalilcWtntopitbnl'ouilh > 9uue Writ for a copy or our four
the peach hal: several fun .(ou8 enemies. the diseases appear he will wish- he I John McCormick, of Manning, wasa end tlendeho end work off .li i9op.t than verlettoeor plant" raor*
Colt '};.W. L.KOVL.: Blunaturooucaih IKJX. 3UcBo ; O. C, WAII.RK &
Dematium, y
\\ Among; these are had taken the time. I visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. Sampson City, Dec. 15.-Our far- JUDHONIA. ARK.
which in outwardly indicated by n Graham Boyd, of Starke, was in mers are busy grinding cane. Wi Advertise 8.22.8111.17YTIIIN
1'' spotting of the twigs, and Ptplodia, CHIPS town Wednesday.Mr. .

which causes a gumming of the tree. and Mrs. Edward Stokes and I
f 4''' ( "These two fungi kill the branches Farm machinery that Is under cov-
x II children, of Tumpa, Mr. and Mrs. A.
t It: and consume the energy of the tree. er and oiled will bo readt'. for use A. Stokes, of Thalman, Gu., spent a I

They maybe controlled: by sprayingwith next spring. .* few days last week with Mr. and Mrs.G. .
of _____ .*
a solution of 1 part commercial 9 W. Stokes.
limo-Bulphur to 8 or I 0) parts! of A repor coming from blueberry- M. L. Loadholtz was transacting!
,. r I w ter. This strong solution must not enthused West Florida says:{ ..'Ifs the business in Jacksonville Tuesday.J. xQQ j
be applied. when the leaves and blossoms preachers would talk less about milk R. Eddins,of Gainesville, was a
s'' are prell nt. The same spray, and honey in heaven and su# they had business visitor here Thursday.

will control San Jose scale. Home blueberry pie there, more people Mr and )%Ira. Walter Deyo, of New
: made lime-sulphur is.apt,to be weaker would go forward and shaka" hands." York City, were here Wednesday. .Mr.

,t, ', than the commercial product. Deyo !Is a commission merchant and
'- \ "All dead sickly1 looking twigs, or If farmers took as good care of the while here was the guest of Truby

branches should he pruned out and crop after as they do while making Wainwright,, his local representative. I 1''
\ burned.! Dead wood harbors not only them, they would be much better far Ellxha Prescott of Highland, was

fungous diseases but also the insect mers. I a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. .

pents. Annie Brown Barrett and little -
} I / Prune that dead wood out of your daughter! of Gainesville, spent ,

roiNTERSr: < HOG KILUNf(! citrus trees now and avoid much of Sunday with: her mother, Mi.*. M. E.

the spraying! next spring and summer Edwards.J. Buy them Toys Buy them Toys .
The old-fashioned scalding barrel and at the same time insure a bumper W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, was
r recommended but crop for next season. A stitch in business
la still a rralvanlzecl1r9n transacting here Saturday.
i For all the little and with the and fill their small
tank is better when'a number of time saves nine. Frank Green, of Waldo, spent Fx.n- girls boys'want things to play throughout year,
:. hearts with cheer. Dolls for girls to caress and to bed and love and dress. Soldier boysto
t I hogs are tu be killed -- lay here with Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles young put ,
-The water should I be; heated to 140 Peach trees should be sprayed in Pinkinti./ form in line; baseball suits for the backyard nine; ducks and drakes and lambs and fish that swim

yi T \ or 150 degrees, fahrenheit. December for' San Joso scale and a Mr. and Mrs.\ Herman Thede, if around in mother's dish. A roly. poly cop from Toy Town that rolls and won't lie down; a pogo
C 1 Caustic 'soda, wood ashes or limo number of fungi, all of which combineto Jacksonville ,were Sunday oj
stick to takebig: hops that drum fife hon that
u ; a jack-in-box upwards ; a a a zoboe ; a cow moos
will\ help remove the scurf. Some advocate destroy the trees and reduce the Mr. and Mrs;, R. R. Thede.
but won't eat corn. A fireman's hat sea-going hack electric that track. A
a ; an runs on a store a
tar for this purpose.. There Is yields. Spray with a lime-sulphur] L H. Hill and Dempsey Edwardswere ,
_ no objection to tar, but it Is not quite solution, 1 part commercial 1ime- uJ- transacting bjismcs' sin Starke paint box, a carpenter's chest; and all the things that boys lovebest." '

t'' us effective as caustic soda or limo. phur to 9 parts water. Friday Wonderful Values In Useful Gifts
Do not let the hogs lie around after Miss\ Iris Epperson of Starke, spent .

being killed before placing in thu Purebred sires eventually, why not Saturday with. her sister, Mrs.\ Geo. Our sloeof. goads: comprises everything in the outfitting line for Ladies, Cents and Children. Come here, and you
scalding band or tank. This makes now. Anderson. need go no farther for v>e have, the gifts that will null make everyone happy on Christmas Day
them harder to clean. Mr.\ and Mrs. J. 'B. McCulley\ and

HORS shot or killed by striking with Only by the use of high-grade cut- children, George,.Willie, Oscar, Frank And So Reasonable

an axe or hammer over the brain pYld tie ran any community attain Any and James of Jacksonville, spent Sun People of this community have learned to know our store as a '
then bled, do not bleed well. Kill by worth-while prominence lit the dairy day with Mr. and Mrs. David Dur place of honest dealing. We give full value for your dollar here.
t sticking; the meat will cure and keep industry. Then those cows must he ban.A.. '
.+ better. wisely fed and cared for. Good pas- M.Blanchard, Roy Reddish, Ray e Cash
:6 i Feed almost entirely on corn for a turage is a necessity. Vaughn and Robert Moore were visi- C. L. HODOES'T Store Starke
couple of weeks before killing. Thin tors to Starke Saturday. .

_ t tends to make1 the meat and the lard Sunlight kills many bacteria in a Warren Perkins of Starke, was a .,
+' i !firmer' few hours.OLINTYAGENTS'. visitor to Lawtey Friday.

_I Do not feed for 21 hours before Andrew Harris, of Maxville, visited .
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_ ,, tiA killing (: REPORTS friends here Sunday. .v. : -. _
i Hogs should not be excited or chas i Mrs., W. H. Miner and Miss Ncllo r I

.. ed before being slaughtered.' I Clay-A group of boys met- with Roberts visited relatives in Starke on ,
Bo sure to select a cool day and to mo in my office to make club plans Friday.
have plenty of ice available for cooling for next year. A largo acreage of The W M.\ U.. of the Lawtey Bap- VpT

+l c the meat. A tight box is necessary English peas has been planted in this tist church extends a cordial invita- .LINCOLNSERVICE
q for packing the meat to cool. county this fall.SuwanneeOur. tion to everybody to an "arm measuring -
I', A good;\ practice is'to kill the hogs party" to.bo given at the homeof
; third cooperativehog Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson to- Wf
re-it / ; sale was held this week. This night, at 7:30: o'clock. The arm that
w 6 up a was the largest such sale ever held in reaches out the farthest to help'' in
This gives time for the animal heat Florida. Approximately 81,000 poundsof this great missionary cause will receive I
smooth Si prize. A good time awaits Lincoln! owners know that Lincoln cars Under this Lincoln
to escape and makes possible hogs-589 head by actual count- : arrangement, a 9''
even cutting in butchering. were sold at from 30 to 55 cents a you. t 1 in ordinary usage demand little attention owner, whether touring a continent or
i -, He sure that all animal heat has escaped hundredweight over local prices. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children, of X other than the replenishment of gasp crossing his own city, may'with confidence w,
R before applyiing the salt to the Starke, were guests Sunday of Mrs.. line oil and water. That is because the enter a Ford Dealer's place of
meat. Hamilton-Since October 1 we have [VI. E. Edwards. service requirements of motor; cars are business and be assured of prompt, cour w

; Thick hams: and shoulders, especially co-operatively shipped eight carloadsof Misses Eva Reddish and Lorene If,. in inverse ratio to the quality and charteous and intelligent treatment by an "v
5 ", acter built into them by the <
4 if the weather is warm, are liableto hogs to northern markets. Hazcn were shopping in Jacksonville I facturers. manunrganiMation with a personal interest in
sour next to the bone unless plenty Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Wootcn taughtfor his welfare. t I),

w, of ice i is used.Information. Okaloonu' -Tha people of this coun- Miss. Hazen during her absence.J. Periodic! inspection, proper lubrication It is
y ( 'I. on home-curing of ty gave barbecue November 30 to ,... .Andrews, Sr.,.wall a. visitor and minor adjustments, when necessary' Ford not Dealers intended be or necessary do, that all n"r lJ

e pork may b, had for the asking of show their appreciation of and to ftere Sunday. are essential; to the proper and prolonged!: repair work equipped to major
the College of Agriculture, Gainesville boost _the blueberry. Nearly three The W M. U. of the Baptist church 1\\ functioning of any piece of machinery. cars. or overhauling on Lincoln tt I
r \ Fla. Ask for Extension Bulletin thousand people attended. met at the church Thursday afternoon/ With quality as a. prime factor; ; it is the Adequate provision is made:, however )J
; J l whereby: } such'work will be done r
f 11.PRUNING. The regular routine of business was I secret of economical and dependabletransportation. ) /'
? transacted. in each territory, when necessary, by ,
lsceo11l-0ur growers association ; (\..
t ESSENTIAL TO SUCCESSFUL sent President Harding two quarts of Melvin and Lon ie Prescott, of / '. dealers' who are especially equipped to r.r '1
.. To insure the operation of Lincoln cars render high ,1
P Highland grade service in with
were in town Saturday. keeping
\ ( FRUIT GROWING; strawberries :for his Thanksgivingdinner. Ji of satisfaction
as a source uninterrupted
the character
W. E. Torode bus. of the product.
was transacting
Ho responded at once, thank. I and enjoyment through the medium of ,
->" \ In the rush of your packing and ing the growers sriying that the berries i lieu a in Jacksonville Wednesday. : adequate and convenient service f.lCI1iVe believe 1
that the Lincoln will
The Ladies Aid of Grace run
: shipping season, do noforget that were of excellent quality... Society '
: .''I' ; ties, it is the purpose: of the Ford Motor farther and less 'mechanical
Methodist church held bazaar .Saturday require
lurk in The a
roves. -
) 'r, your that dealer '
'j Company its entire orgnnization attention than 1'1I
Volusia ] association and a nice sum was: realized. any other car in the
farsighted grower takes precautions -A local to further be equipped to render efficient
Mrs. Carrie Starling and son,, of I : world. .It'is significant and a matter of
against the diseases which are sure the grape industry was formed ant intelligent service to Lincoln erwncra. j
tI I'' to oppear next spring. The bent timet last week. It will be known as the Highland] spent Sunday wjth relatives. utmost importance to prospective owners
r y v t () do this Is during the few weeks Volusia Vineyard Company. | 413 t Thousands of Ford Dealers in the United of quality cars that the incomparable 1
"when the trees arc semi-dormant. E.'J. Roberts spent several days in States are being equipped with specially world-wide facilities of the Ford Motor

:_ Specialists of the Florida Experiment :; LAWTEY St. George, Ga., last week looking after trained Lincoln men competent to make Company should make the ownership
Station advise ,that all dead or business Interests. minor adjustments! and of providing for of a Lincoln even more desirable than
_ i ::" diseased wood be pruned from the Lawtey, Dec. 15i-Dr. and :Mrs. W. C. Dupree' of Jacksonville, was the ordinary service requirements. ever before.
grove during the next few weeks. The J. Chandler, of South Orange. N. J., guest of Mr.;, and\ Mrs. J. W. Byrd on
rl I arrived here last week and will be tho Sunday. I
dead:! wood harbors insect and fungous LINCOLN MOTOR COMPANY .
I enemies. Scab, melanoso and with- !guests of Mr. And 1Irs.V.. F. Godwinfor Mrs M. E. Edwards visited relatives IHrljian of 1M
I !'rtlp.ftnd protection in dead tissues.It several weeks. Dr. Chandler la: in Gainesville Saturday. FORD MOTOR COMPANY HlI,
( is imperative that this wood be confined to the house most of the time Rev.,Louis Donnerly of Starke. was Detroit Michigan ,
j taken out and destroyed before new having not fully recovered from injur- a visitor here Saturday. J. W. ANDREWS JR. DEALER I
growth starts, because otherwise the ies received in an automobile accidentin Sheriff' W. J. Epperson, of Starke, ,
'disease organisms will attack the tender Chicago: recently.Mr. was in town on business Thursday. Fordson Tractor, Ford and Lincoln Cart .

\ growth as boon as it appears. and Mrs. Maxie Peek, of Me- Mr. and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of

1 Melanose will .start. with, the new Clellan, Ark., spent Thursday with Jacksonville, spent Sunday at the "9-->' .. _'.. =- -' '- .. _
_I \ &growth: and it will be too late then to Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright horn of Mr. and Mrs M. Padgett. -
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FRIDAY. ----'
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) the great cost makes it less remuner the' human system; but you are / NOTICK TO inimp.us .
them were elected to enforce the law, Scaled hldfl will bo received 1 by the JVnt-i .
: oiniixr STAKE winked at outrages: committed ative. "IM. in that you ore continuing /ltill"" of liond 'IriutfM' of UroilfuM County, Florida
instruction that the coming ut the ciRfr.) uf the Secretary of IWnnnri
I by their hooded brothers. The ) at Slnrlnu Floi'liln. until t o'clock P. .
I tionx may bo fortified against liquor. I M.. Jnmmry 9. 11188,< and at that lima puMlcnropimeil

FOR KILLING PERRY TEACHER a missing World men War are veteran Fillmore, and Daniel T. F., Richards 42, W. C. T. ,U. COLUMN "1 apt sure that there can never bu I forAtutPuxiinutflly' forty thourmnd feut bomra1mcnimro

the Amendment of creosoted pine lumber anil noM
._.. of I a repeal of Eighteenth -
32, married and tho father huniliNMl mid Klxteen! twenty-foot vmiaotatft pies
'UOl\l' CUSTODY OF TAY- OPEN!? WARFARE ON KLAN two children."I GIVES TlmnrT;: (, W. ''C. '.1'. U. und I do not believe there will tiller, JII... to bo received, F. O. II. II........
TAKEN be any modification! of the Volstead I Iad. All lumbi'l and ptlea and material and tmtUi
COUNTY SHERIFF AND had no idea of calling on the oils of treatment to conform. Btadfora

: LOK p\U| PENALTY FOK BRUTAL Battle Against "Invisible Empire"May federal government for troops!," said Before! the hour for services beganon "To. There must tho not be.of prohibition I County Thi.' Board*.nwfiilloatU t reserves>na. the rlidit "to rajinit i.nyor

'I MURDER OF WOMAN: : lie Carried to Polls in 1921 the governor In commenting on his Sunday' morning, Philadelphia's make cause *1l hlu. '
i triumphant ought wo not to have. tru- j E. S. MATTHEWS:
,) trip to Washington. "Law enforce- beautiful church of the Holy Trinitywas C. A. Firrcir Cbal._....
i l>uc. S-Charlie Wright, negro Governor John M. Purker, of Louisiana ment has not broken down in Louisiana filled with members of tho congregation I mcndoun courage and a great duturmunition / ;> Nocntary. U- .8t.I" .
Perry, will send forthwith .
mild to havo confessed the mur- has opened his war on the Ku as tho Ku Klux Klan or any oth- delegates to the great conventions I which us j' -- -- -
renewed strVngth! There\ I Is NOTiriC OK" APPIICATION: FOIl TAX !flSWS: .
der of Miss Ruby Hendry, young I Klux Klan by offering a reward of i|r masked men that slink aboWnunder of the World's and National UM>RK: HriTlOV' 871 OK THE .
much about conditions. .
teacher was taken from the $500 for the arrest of the five masked: cover to commit outrages against our Woman's Christian Temperance Union questioning C.KNKKAI., : STATUTES
Bfhool I :, We are apt to get a little! Notice U hereby given thai D. B: Knlmae.purrhne.il. .
stake at the men in Ulan regalia who kidnappednve citizens will learn. We havo fearless and As chimes c'eased I
sheriff and burned at a | visitors. .tjio because of these ,' of tax cirrttllcato No. 1 (). dut"-. !
of the crime early tonight by a citizens of Ncr Rouge, La., on men hi this state, who can be depend. the notes of the great organ softly gloomy nt times, \ tim" 2nd dny of AIIHIIIII. A. I). 1020. 10... filednnl.i
scene: must have faith the has ,,,.10
conditions. Wo \ cvrUttcuto in my ntllai'' end "
mob estimated at several thousand the night of Aug. 21. Two of the cap- I| ed upon to bring to justice tho 'das sounded, and tho beautiful voices f nptilluAtinn for tax dcnl to litauo In acoord
I tives have not been heard from and 1 tardly cowards who murdered Dan- of unseen singers filled the air. toil's, faith to look forward, not buck; out I core with law. Sitld, oortinrato nmbrAce l u..
men. not In not down; and lend a hand. | follctwlnff ,",....rllo,1 piopurty attunUMl 'InXlrnilford
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murdered.The up
Albert are believed to have been and Richards." manifest t.. the to.wltiSollthwiat
The Wright, along with iels presence was very County, Vloruln '
negro sink down
returned to When trouble causes us to : Quarter of Houthw, Quarter. ,
Young, negro, was taken from !] gov'rnor'ecently waiting multitude.Dr. It i is time to look up to God and to \ Six' All, T|>. r>. S. K. 21 .K, 41)) ..".... Bnld Ian4
sheriff and his party as they returned !I! Louisiana from Washington whero he WATERMILLWaterinill Floyd Tomkins, Holy Trinity's bi'lnir tuwrwied. nt the ilnta of the tmiunnaa of
the laid before President Harding the Ku i ] say, not 'I hope,' or even 'I trust, but uch. cortlncnto In tha nnli of K.\: IS Uroen.Unlotui .
to Perry to lodge the two men ] rector, who la known almost throughout all and I nld oertltlcau* elicit "ba rcdeeae4accordlnii
'I know for in Him is power,
Klux Klan situation in hia htate, and to tnw tax itimd. 1 will Iwun thcruea
Wright had been arrested at I Dec. 10.-J. II. Brown the world, welcomed all to tho
in jail. wo safely leave it to Him to on the sib dny of January A. D. 1IU.1.WltneM .
Madison early in the day and Young I asked federal co-operation in driving and J. W. L. Pinholster were business church, telling his visitors that every may We too i my otTtalnl. aittniiture' and peal ta-a
klan out of existence. lIe denied of bring the best to pass. are the Hlh tiny of PnM'inber... A. 1) lll 2.
taken at Kindalou, Gn. Captureof the visitors to tho county seat one day one should feel at home in the Father's W. ALHEUMAN.Seal .
was easily led away by fear, but Wl'must I 11 I.
after n six- reports that the klan ruled the state, last week. house. ( ) Clerk Circuit. Court.
the two came
negroes that have nothing to remember we HT C. A.
day search in which hundreds of men I making the state officials helpless, butsaid O: W. Thomas is in Gainesville' taking The sermon of the morning based with the winning, only the doing. i-pilly Clerk..
counties that federal co-operation ftrentment. tho wonderful words of Paul ,
from Florida and Georgia; medical on cautioning PWBUCATfOM
"Friends. of the Woman's Christian ORDER FOR
had participated at one time or an- deprive tho klansmen of help from Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green were tho Romans, "that no man put God guide In Circuit. Court ptnta of Hornlii. EluathJudlclul .
Temperance Union, may ; Circuit, llmcUortl. Cuunly. In Chancrry.
other. other states. transacting business in Lake Butler a stumbling block 0'1' an occasion to tasks Hehua _
of the greatest
both takento Has Political Tinge [ fall in his brother's wan couched you in one U. L. Row.
Wright and Young were Saturday. : way, fur to do. May 1 Hu make Complainant.Hdlth .
a- small stream a, few hundred The situation in Louisiana admit Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes spent a in simple yet scholarly form, and you v. I

yarda outside the town, where last tedly has a political aspect, as it is few, days of last week hero visiting while it gave full credit to I.ho work your hands strong In thu, even work as He your has liowe, Oafunilnnt. i iU

Saturday afternoon tho young wom said the klan activities will be an issue the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. accomplished by the W. C. T. U., it hearts aro true niMiarlnti by afTUIttvIt' apiwmlcd to thaiPilltli the ---
given to do. I.Ill Mini In tlw above-elated came
an's body was' found by a passing in the gubernatorial campaign L. Green. j\ filled tho members of that oridtnUn- you Howe, the defendant therein named Ian

train crew. Both negroes were given 1921 which will open next year, and O. L. Thomas spent a few days at tion with a renewed sense of responsibility LKCION eimlji rtHldiMit' hi.mulf, \of ao the that stats ivrocpwi of PlorMn.uf uhpofma and eon ean-
and Wright is said to have it is already being'asserted that the Silver Springs last week on legal bus- and a sobering renlu.ition: of JOIN THE not bu served upon her, and la ovvv tao .a.reof
hearings klan will have a candidate to succeed ; MESSAGE: : iO EX.I'HmVJ'Jms: : twenty-one ",,"r. ; It In thurvfore nnk .r..ilthnt
exonerated young as the second negro I incus. what Is'yet needful. nail..1) mmiiildpiit ilrfondtint I." and .at
Governor Parker. However, it Is said ti> the bill of .n...- .'
who waylaid the young woman. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Goodge and son, "There aro many rensoni why we liimir| iVftuired to appear MIWIdny.
before "
if asked to help Illtid In vnld OHUMM on or
He Wright, committed the murder, .the governor: will not seek ro-cloction, Eugene, were guests of tho former's should work fortijo cause of temperance How many of you, plntnt. the let dny of January., A. I>. cmi). utta'ttrwlnu \
of his friends are some buddy of yours, that was in tho tha allnirailnnii of .abl bill will ba -
while although some Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown, Dr. Tompkins sitid in :
confessed part
he is said to have parents, shot taken aa aonfoamHl by Kwld defendant.. :
disabled by gas,
another negro robbed her. He.ilid not boosting him for the United States of Sampson Sunday. "some of them vel'Y00.1./ too, but outfit nnd was wouldrefuse It In further ordirnd that this or.lor ba wEeksIn l>ul..
in manner, week for four connomtlva
shell shock or any Hulled once a
name the other negro, but said it was senate. that given here by Paul is the one the Ilrndfnr l Ciiunly ''relnuraph a. ...-. <.
not Young. The present activities of the governor -i TALKS ON JEWELS against/( which no argument can prevaiL ? The response from I tho four poOer/ inihllHlmd, in said county and atata.Till" .
of tho United Novemlivr/ 27. lUUi.
cx-scrvice men
the klansmen million .of
talk the mob are Wo ma'y say thnt liquor is harmful O. W. ALDEUMAN.CHtial .
Following( of Morehouse parish in which Mer 81 4fes would be that every one ( \) Cluvk: Circuit Court.RI .
to strap him to a stake. IV that men must deny themselves When : C. A. K1ilt'r.Ouptity( .
:, proceeded [! Rouge is located. He has the roster the of their wouldja'l? his utmost for them. I Clork.A : .
'" Pine wood and grass were placed at I of klansmen in Morehouse and other In this our fourth talk on jewels to gratification personal appetites you jqnthe( American Legion you are Z. ADKINH.Siilloiliir : '

I ,, his feet and then set afire. His body parishes and declares that some of suy something of diamonds in general. that prosperity may' tome to duinifVJui that. Tho Legion Is tho fur IIIIIH(","WANTED,,\\olo.nl. 12-1-5-12-2U ;,

was burned to a crisp. I.- -... The word "Diamond" la derived the country, that prohibition has a big BirJ in the country today, Sealed bill Will, b.. received by the Doiinl of \''

'. Albert Young, the other negro, was jUflt inside the city limits, when Miss from the Greek word "adamas," which great economic value and! many other h&pf.! ; the power disabled men. Rvi-ry: bit 1 I Hnml January.1'.10".UiUU.' for on 41000 Mi:\ >nd.fret,,, th.U. M.-'nj I'-!dar! 'anilcviiroia atI

turned buck to the authorities and tonight Ruby Hendry, sister of 'Mrs. II. A. means indomitable. In the passageof things/ but here we have deeper and of ,l t'Ifj.ll1l1011( which hits \been j>n Heil I lumlwr Mxll"xin'and ind liiiwii p lii nit uinii.wIth \tlKhtwuiHl auornHi* -.

is in the county jail. Miller, with whom she made her homo time) it. became changed to "ilia- a higher reason for our .altitude, an.! by Cotokrufia. in behalf/ of the disabled or bltlit r> un, .*.itlll. Htrinicem' and oilier I: \hewn timHvnii) '.

Throughout the day parties of an- was brutally beaten with some blunt mas," hence our: word diamond. The this apPeal more than any other has roan, has been sponsored ami put, to bu between dvllvunril Itrooker aliniH anil llm I I.. A.Ktai'kallrookrrroatl Wl"n." .'.. P-

gry men had maintained a vigil on instrument and her throat cut in sucha Norwegian philosopher, Henrick Stef- converted peoples to prohibition.( One the American Legion. livi'rleii Ut bo mndi\ aa ordnrod by hot. Hoard.brirliinltiH .
through by artnr January 1, 1112'J.'I
the road leading from Perry to Madison horrible manner that death must fens, defines diamond as quartz raised may close his eyes to all other values Thnt Is and' will bo the main duty of 'In. btinrd on .or....'.v.. tha rlirht to n'je, ,,t guy

awaiting thQ coming of the sheriff have been instantaneous.Miss tog i self-consciousness. Quite n but when you tell him that he hns no thu American\ Legion at all times./ or nil bliln. B. 8. M\TT1IKWM.C. .

As tljq day wore on, the numberwas Ruby left her home at the Miller striking definition! Although not, right to be a stumbling block in hisbrother's Another important duty which the A. FUTCIT.,. ll-ll-Tt-U-M Chnlrawa8i.en.lary. :

augmented by men arriving from residence just outside the city 1 Urn- strictly speaking! a atone, its .material way you have a different Louion has net out to iK'i'omplmli il I* rilllMCATION

other coihmunitles.l Its, northwest of the city, and known entitles it to a place nearer the argument, ono impoHsiUe to circum tho complete Americnnb.allon of. all i In Circuit lISPER Court FOlt Bliihth ,Juillelnl ClrO'itt.nrndford : .

l Sheriff Lrpscomb apparently got Hollow at world than other mineral vent. nwtloniil County Klorldiii In Chancery.
as Sleepy Poultry Farm, organic( any citizens of our nation. TM 11111 to Kemova Cloud (inlet Title and Otaur
word that he could not fret through half past three to come to town. Her substance. It occupies a unique position "This tempcranct1 work wan' originally committee on Americanization:. In: carrying Rull'f. p
the human barrier before he county I, I Although tho outgrowth of tho effort of attain II. M. Inman.
body jwas found at twenty minutes to in many respects. out a splendid 1 program to Complainant.

jail and early tonight the word was five, the discovery being made by the termed carbon, it differs in one respect the strong to help thu wenk. Miss this end. Itallmad.. Company, a Cor 0

passed around that he had already freight train crew or/ the South Georgia from carbon. Whilst carbon Frances E.: Willard, with a rare In- What are they Retting out of the to.rnlk.n Klorliln. .lainea I'lokli'a: Mary J.
and with her : Jamca: 1>. Juno, Annie
lodged the two negroes in the Perry railroad as the train was leavingfor conducts electricity the diamond to a sight and spirituality) Legion The siitlHfuclion of nccomplinhing M.Mitchell; llitrrlHon C. F. I'ace., Max

jail and that he and his deputies were Quitman. The crew, on discoveryof non-conductor. It is the only stone great 'do-everything JlUlky'-thut IH, u worth while tunic. They My *r, and Unknown Persons.lnfenlsnt'I.. .

barricaded with them well preparedto the body, returned to thai depot, that is perfectly transparent to tho as I take It, everything which could are helping Homo of our bUlJ
ward off any attack. The report telephoning the sheriff. Roentgen ray. It is self-luminous; possibly bear on the ono great; purpose Bradford county ex- ervlee men get lilnlnt,\ apltearlnir In tho, above by the."aworn".. that bill thnra eoivv are

''served to divert some, but others held I Sheriff Lipscomb and Chief Parker that is, after exposure to sunshine it -saw a glorious vision which behind them 100 per cent strong and known named pomona thi'rnln believed duecrlbed to ba wnuaaplnae lnr.mtsI *

steady their watch on the road, and were immediately the scene, find- will give out in tho dark what it takes spread to others. To the women, and the satisfaction we will all feel will : In of the realilenca property la unknown, and: eomptaia-; I
with them in the work ... therein that ha does not know,
when the sheriff came into view with ing the body in a pool of blood on the in in the light. Its appcaranco, thorough the men joined bo what we get out of tho Legion.To ant and .11'after. dllliient Inquiry Iou not been ahla
in the in which he I arabic. more and moro clearly came the vision If of the known, named.. per
car of aMovrlaln
I the negroes east side of the track among the tall is like a piece gum be eligible to tho American to any believed to ba InteriitedIn .
had covered many miles since>Sunday I grass. Scenes of a struggle from tho It Is the hardest known substance, I of a.nation refusing to do anything Legion, you must have served Homo .I ona auld or corporation prolM" '''. I.! in exletenca. or I. dead

::. the mob was quick to act. Sheriff tend of the path leading to the railroad but although so hard it can be burnt which would put a stumbling brunch of the service' either in the or Moved nlive tu, and lie Intercated that theja.In are aald other.prounrty pumona oth.he-

Lipscomb and his deputies'were powerless track up the opposite bank and with oxygen at a temperature of block in the way of anyone of ita military or naval forces of the Unit. then thn known realdrnoa, namiifl.of .such defendHiiu. persona*. and are un 1.5.ilIflte ..

I ,; to resist the attack. to where 'the body was found were about fourteen hundred degrees Fahrenheit. weakest citizens, nntil! we secured the oil State* or any of her allies, between \n..", ,,and to tl,. complainant and In Bald bill\
1 and of the crowd enactment of the Ellhlt'unlhlmend- .relUV IH .prayed .....I".t alien known, named.
hoots yells
The discernible until the big crowd which the dates of April 41 I, 1U17, and November and unknown pereona.
heralded the two negroes' capture. diamond has. ment. difference IIKIlh.rDIIK.I .It In ordered. that nil per.
soon surcrcd: on the field obliteratedall The origin of the until 11 1U1H. It makes no GI.lml"lI..nl"" In*
r Although comprised of men from other -' traces.; very recently, been a perfect mys "But some are so blind that they whether, you served in franco( or 'tirmt.n": ;; .nmt. iindi'r i, ,l ; o.or*> all. throiuih DerMina them or eli'tlivni '..... or
counties, including some from the It was the matter of nearly a half tery. India has been the only sourceof cannot see that any good can come to the United States as long( as you served ,. or any olhvrwiae.interest antI In all the unknown property" penonaclnlinlnic herein, .

southern part of Georgia, it is under I hour before the blood stained and supply' until discovered in Ilruzll in a nation that denies Itself for the at some time between thu above nfl*r ",'."rllo.I. or any" part thereof aurp..ratlufl.leu.s inidee.
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stood, its common purpose gave the hruisud face was recognized as.being 1728. Although usually found in beds weak, and. so they say I that prohibition date' and received an honorable( clUhurge \ Die.. Horldii.\ I'lukli', Men J. Mlli'hill.' Jamea !J.
No'' Is a failure. You remember the .'louis, AnnIe 13. )\\.1."", C. K. Taoe MatMyir. .
: mob an organized appearance. that of Miss Hendry, popular young of rivers and adjacent places, in both ( or either of them or othvrwlne, anilmi :
,:I' time was lost in rustling the negroes '! school teacher, and one of the beloved these countries wherever found it was story of the man who met n little gui Attend the meeting of Wllliic Jones pumorta known. named: :or unknown.heerib.d elaun-

(f to the scene of the murder. I young ladies of the community, and always recognized as an immigrantand carrying whin-key. Upon hu asking Pont Thursday night of this week and, Inc properly'an' Inlurmt or any ,n part the thereof hereinafter, lying and be:
I mob well in. her what she was doing with it, she 1 mi:: In llradford county,, Slate of Florida, dtf
_ ic Lute tonight the was the shock and enormity of the crime not in its native place. This was Hlgn up. The dues for the year aro urilieil .. follow

tho way of breaking up. The precision frenzied the whole crowd, tho' news evident from the fact that it was always replied that it was for her father. 2.00. Join now. 'l.I,., Nortliiant Quarter of the( NorthnauttuMrter 'Io..n.hh
$ 2U). *
Twentynlnn" |
; 2 :with which it acted in dealing soon spreading over' the city and the non-adherent, none of them having 'But", ,' said he, 'your father promised .| BU of(18J Section) Mouth Uanuo Twenty-two UK '

differently with the 'two negroes led county where she well known flat sides indicating that they had only last week that he would drink no hoy Kntt. exnent. ala ...... In the Houtheant vornur
1, was "Why do you cull my II poor .,..1 on. .... In the Southwest corner.
belief that it considered its vengeance I other body but moro whiskey.. 'Bui thin isn't to at tin. Houlheaiit eorner nl
to the and loved by all. beenl broken off any nut?" queried an Indignant; mother, Atnn bruuinlnir Wuar.tir .
accomplished and that there Business down town en mo'' to a were found just as one might pick up drink,' said,! the child.] 'Hi-! dips his who confronted] the dietitian of a New the Muuthraet of "" .11....tlnnrler Twenly of" 4JOI the( .,UoutheaKt Towtianip. Sic

1 Would be no further disorder.I standstill and searching parties went a stray coin in the sands of the seashore bread in it./ And there: are some who Jeruey charitIes unf.oclatlon the other I run(HI I South North Kanim Hid: feat Twenty-two* Welt 5)0:2m 1 feet.Hiuil' South and "

; In tho sporadic disorders of the in every direction. No definite clue that had been dropped by accident try in the same way to !get around morning at her office door' And theaLt.r HIH/ r..I. Bant 6'lli: feet to beulnnlntr.Do complaint. on

.. past few days the negro settlement was obtained as to who the party or or carried in by the action of the testimony of the courts, jails, institutions ? has not yet found a way of convincing or bef'tr' appear'. to unit the anld ilit* bill of January of A. D.

here has lost four of Its public build be found until the It remained however for banks, commercial interests nut"on 11123.' the .n' twinS a rule day of this eourt
parties might, was the water. Mrs. Caruso that "poor' maul bill will he taken aa .O"r...... aualnmyou
ings. A negro church Is said to have nt'xt'' day. what is known an the, dry digging of that prohibition hat resulted in the fact of Atigelu's citnl MtumU nr ..n.t\ hut thla order be pul>weekly lI.h.,1 in newe thalirailforil *

been burned1 last night, while a schoolhouse The services which were held Sun- South Africa, interpreted in the light : so much gaod. for nutrition.-Survey.NOTICK :liniier :of: County general.TetvurRph.alreulntion.I o publ.ehed: l la
building and amusement afternoon I the desired "My friend of the \1,'. C. T. U., you poor Hlnrkt llradford. aounty" vlorlduWITNIOHH .
4 a lodge day at three o'clock, were of the laboratory, to give 'Hi* Koiinrnbla A. V. faa.
hall burned earlier in the of These stoneshad have been very wise in the past In TO IIInIIFIII ali| Circuit. Court and alan. the
were attended by the largest concourse j key as to their origin. Ht'ulixl 1 I.i.i... will \hit ..".,1..1 br" the donnlof .judve of the > of the olurk aa well a* tha
week. people ever seen "In Taylor county, I I been discovered In 1870, some' your training of the young peoploconn'rnln. 'Hr,n white the effectH of alcohol on/ Hi On* olY' .... of the Hi'Oiflnry of th'Howl .. A. D. 1V2Z.
hundred being I the funeral I after bubble had .: I'I ( Uctolwr
over a cars ig -I tl-reu years a 1 .t Htnt-1.' Kir.rl.ln. until.. t_o'clock: !: U.W. ALDERMANCUrK !: .
Particulars of the Crime procession as it wended its way b.anpicked up and taken by an Irish TRAIN SCHEDULE M. JKinmrr" *--. P2I.: aim .-. '''d t *.i..... ,.ImllaUV, ('lr..l1.. Court: ,
The particulars of i.he crime for. from Perry to the old Hendry cemetery ostrich hunter, or trader, to Cape SEABOARD UIH nmi ,forAuuroxlmiitaly" 4M9 f.nre .- t.. lx ili'llvml A. It$...CRRWS.IIeIi.r fur Complainant llradford ounly.((8i" al">1.. '

4 which the negro suffered a terrible' near her former home at Shady Town. atimir tho rued.>n "its,....follnwa8tnrltSnnilvn 1.<)>011 :|,nt.l.HWtvyOfwii II.S..11I.20.. ____ __
but just punishment is told In the Grove, where the last sad rites'were This part of Africa la known as the (In effect Nov. 12, 1922) : Kond. flOft post.lt.rk..Ralf.r.P NOTI( K TO DHITOlia: AND CREDITOIM

':fr current number. of the ,Perry Herald held at the grave, Dr. J. S. Chapman, Karoo r Formation, supposed to have SouthboundNo. *HUrUl.ol" llutlnr",.d....,1.8110..,1.)BOO ix..po t t.HturknMliMlclMlrtf Miuwell All p<',niolia lala Indebted of llradford. lo tho/cimuty estate! of Florida' J:, !M.:

aol HUrUo I'wik run>l.. ilecvaiMril. I, r.u. .'*tvd lv> pay" the r mid 'Mtaforthwith
follows before ara
::4 as ; I of the Methodist Episcopal church, been a great Inland sea ages 1 reaches Starke at 10.38: p. in. .nd.1I wmona havlnir elalnoiauainit .

One of the most atrocious crimes being assisted .by Rev. Jl M. Hundry, man appeared upon the earth. At thU No. 3, 10:59: a. m. .8(111) pent.Tint to boo .1 lx fort tonic' .n.1 l not h'I ,. thun ..l" ealala hall file the ...m.. duly.

g in the annals of' Taylor county occurred I Rev.. F. P. McCall and Mr. J. J. Jus particular part Is centered! within a No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. mNo. l's Inch pine. In or eypremi.'I dlamcbtr. nt the toe> inil to !5.ht authenticated bIrder within. with..". the year uridareinned from data hereof.Iml.,

Saturday 'afternoon. about 3:30: tice. radius. of a few miles the Kimberley, 15, Limited, 1:18: p. m. "Hoard..... renervn the right .U> .J..L. iris ur Tlrta I...."87th will day ba of forever October barred. A.. O. IU22.
Dubeers, Dutoitspan, BulfontelnVe- Northbound or E. 8. MATTIIKWH.: W. if, MAXWFXL: ,
tholnnan.HveraUiry. Admlnlntrator 'E tata J.: M Mnxwell I ....
lelton, Leicester, Kaffirfontein, Jag- C. A. MJTCH .... ... lO-27-Ut-l.-i.
C ersfont and Excelsior mines. One No 2 arrives Starke 1:35: a, m. U.H-Ot'l- -- .- _ .5

No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. MO'rue TO nu>i>EiMRfnM ORDER Kill 1''Itl.lf'A' no"
in that
thing to be borne in mind even Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. n. \ M in this district the gems are not Icat- No. 20, of Hnml Truli. of llfmtfiinl County, Klo- Clreuit llrailfo.l County in (.5...
$ MOTHER MOVE ft' 5:55 m. the olflca of the "'", mar, of thIhmrl .. c..ry.T'iwn. 4
U! 10 Limited M nl
tered indiscriminately .but in shootsor No. p. lit Hltrk. Plorliln.' until 2 o'lluek. I'. of Rtarka a I

pipes extending down into the bowel Wannee Branch M, January V. 11\2J. anil at that time, publlaly Corporation munl.I"I I I I li.

i ,, of the earth. One other fact worthy No. 101 leaves Starke 7:"'. a. m. opi'nil Ona,tan fur to twenty .IO.I. pnwar 1.,11.|| and varinrunta I

: of notice la that these pipe are No. 104 arrive Stark 3:15: p. B*. hnbtlnir niffna for mounting on pila dri.holfttIntf ..-, : Kreyormunth Frvyermunth;: : .hla and wife i Catherlna amiJ. i

CHILD'SBOELS : ,3 filled throughout with tha same ort Limited train No. -!9 due at Starke or, 0"onirlna. to twenty for tha" hnma same pow.imrpotta" aaaollna, HI,.. will J.. N H:.. rutch Illitch aa T...N.....uw.Mmbauirh. of the and ee*. ,I

.... rmaivfltl both now soil flurfmilhnmlmiuipmant. ......... I
of clay and not with the various lt22; p. m., Jacksonville to St. Petersburg RliMor wIll be r..uulr.d to fur.nWIt 'liila of N. A. Butch /enlenu.01. I t

( t strata of the earth as might ba expected atMtalflcatioiif anti complttta lint of .....h,-. app'arlniby' afTulnvit auiiendeii to tha .
., mrnt on whIsh ha .....10m I.. bids ami to truarantra bll'll Hied: In the above-elated':: raise, taaKlurantM >
; whilst the excavations In Limited train No. 10 due at tha tnktlnfaatory operation uf the acme. Freyermunth and. Catherine, Kreyer" .
Jackson- ha matin until after miuipnwnt hla wtfe, tha' defendanta therein" nam
have reached two Petersburg to faymant" will nut munth
some instances 5:45: a. m., St. tlia" ; ,.. nf KlorKla. ,
: \. ham hairn ....1..1 and tried out by oil 'an nun-reelilxnta of the 8lal
California Fig Syrup" is .. thousand feet below'the surface, the ville. II....... of Hunil Truatm of tlrailford County" attrl are renldenta of II.. ('Ity of WMhintftoa..
.... I W.. and are acer
tha Klml 'Htreat N.
\ determined to l> C. ItO
I blue clay Is identical with that turnedby (These two trains do not stop at I IStarh. or Ita fltneea of tha tarwli.o Board. I the. atfe. of twentywine veers .it .I la thereforenrilereif 5

\ Child's Best Laxative the pickaxe on the surface some Ocala and Plant City are the I faction( TI,.. llfiarit nriwrvea tha rlrtht to> rajeat, any | ara. that hereby nai.l" reiiulretl non.risideni lo| |appear.defendanta to the bill hxanr

... thirty years ago. Yet another fact is only stops they make between Jacksonville i or all bid... E. 8. MVnilRWfl. nf complaint. the let aleil day in of laid January souse on A.or L*.befiireMiinday 1HU1.;

that these different choots have been and Tampa., C. A. FDTCH Chairman.Secretary. la.lI- t'I-G! ..lh.rwl.e the allegation of .aid bill will betaken

; Even a tick child lovw tha "fruity" well playful child again. applied from different source or under Trains Noa. 7 and 8 operated. from I.! I.a further' ..,nr_onlxr-.l... by that sail this defendnnu. onler ba p.o.hiked .
'10 /tMte of "California Fig Syrup." If the, Million of mother "California I weekaIn
keep slightly different conditions Inasmuch to St. Petersburg./ No.7' core a week far four eonaeeutiva
little stomach IK uport. tongue/ (coated Fig Syrup" handy. They know' a t"a- Hampton the Bradford County" T.lrwramb a newspaper
or if your chili I.I erotti feverish, full pnonfol today Haven a nick child to- aa an expert hall little difficultyin leaving Hampton 11:50: p. m. and/ No. piibliehed in. eaid eounty and atate.ThU .

., of DUll, or ha colic, a .......poonful will morrow. Ask your tirnpgmt for genuine detecting from what particularmine 8 arriving Hampton 5:10: a. m. These 666. November. 85 Ml.O.. W. ALDKftMAN.S : .

never fail to open the bowel In a few "California Fig Syrup" which ha direction thestobs. come, because of are through trains, St. Petersburg. to ( ) Clark CIrcuIt; Court
hour* you can ... for yourself hovrthoroughlr. I for babim and children of all at!** its color and finally it Is to be noted Cincinnati Ohio. la a Prescription: / for Cold, Fever and I ILaCrippe. B, a A. KNitmr.Deputy Clark.
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It work all the constipation printed on bottln. Mother You must It'.. the maul *pee little bowel. and "California1 an that at the lowest depth toe supply la T. J. GRIFFIN, p.. M JOHNS. U-l-o-ll-J' ,
tender; give you a say or you nay get i know preventing/ Pneumonia. SoliCitor far Complainant.'
poison. ioiir bile aait waste from the imitation fig r/rup, greater than at the surface, although. Agent. edy we. t'fa
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name promptly Kilgore Seed < "
T Plant City, Fha. 18-1-"H/"

: SHOPPING IlEADQUARTIRS: u I PICKED UP-I Have shut ul|' ,77, ., -

I premises, the Geo. Livingston p',., ,
St by the Pace bridge, one blue !",".
| ted gilt, which hog I am holdnu! ; I "
I j damages. Owner may have .'IIt"
t I I I by paying for damage and i 1"1', ,.,,..,
I fees Joe B. Johns. j I'

liert Wall..of Jacksonville' as"7 7
Starke last week, visiting retain"
"---1'-- Mr. Wall is a former Starke boy l l"has b '
r { I I not visited his native town f.,-
": We also prepare for the Christmas Season. It is the time of year to which we give personal attentions. We are the headquarters many years. He now travel'I for, .

f t for numerous gifts ranging from toys for the children to the conservative presents for elders. Satisfaction is what you/seek! when buying wholesale grocery house, it ,1111111,, 1

i ,; Christmas Gifts: come to Darby's, select and be satisfied. From our our tasteful. stock you can find exactly what you want. 'i iI and has one child Ills mum ,
friends were /glad to greet him
1 t r\\,: '.'," WE HAVE WE HAVE I Prof. Pryor's chorus, comp .

I .'.4' GOBLETS CANDLR STICKS. Antique T.OYS' TOOL CHESTS Starke's most talented "mnger, .
'J' 1 SIIEKHETS 'SMOKERS' SETS CHILDREN POCKETHOOKS aratory to putting on a concert
il., CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS CUT GLASS PIECES > FOOTBALLS January for benefit of the club h" ,
TEA SETS, Large and Small SEWING MACHINES {fund. This chorus is now nflllm" ,
9r HOOKS OF FICTION HOLLER SKATES I with the music department .>f "
c Neatly'Hound' TESTAMENTS RAG BOOKS club, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, hiurn,
LADIES' WORK BASKETS PICTURE BOOKS Prof. Lymnn T. Pryor, director Mi,
: PERFUMES DOLLS' PIANO' D. C. Jones, accompanist, Mrs[ f O +
I .. CANDLE STICKS, Mahogany DOLL CARRIAGES BALLOONS Knight, treasurer, and Mrs E. '!
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librarian.The .
t. -We Are Certain to Please YouGROCERY \ .
I II many advertisements! In th
# r DEPARTMENT week's Telegraph have Encroached ,nr
our space to such an extent that w,
r, I In our Grocery department we carry the very best line of foodstuff. We cater to the quality demand of our customers have been compelled to leave 'out
and give them .atid ction. For Christmas we have all delica: ie from plum pudding, to the ingredients' for fruit cakes. muc'h matter, but which will be published .

,r Our Motto: a A.'M D AR B Y Quality Store ;l lof Among Mrs.Jater.,Laura thIs' are Ellington two obituaries, who died, one at

Satisfaction. Fort Meade, December 5th, and one

_ I "'---- of Mr. John Thornton, who died at i
? \ >, Starke November 8th. They will appear -

KNITTING US TOGETHER to go to work at once, residents of and dealt with and times'> too much Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned I surrounding section.. Permanent in) our next issue. r
rc Bradford county realize that the bond publicity would be detrimental rather Wednesday from: Hastings where she and profitable work. Write at once Qur readers are aware that a news-
.. than helpful. The bond trustees were had been at the bedside of her daugh- i for agency. Atlas Marble Company, paper must appear on time. Between
Tho policy of the board of bond trustees were right.. elected' were entrusted to see that ters, Mesdames W. S. Yelvington andZ. Ball Ground, Ga. 12-l-4t the two dilemmas pf belatinjr/ the paper .
l trustees is working out well and now In managing so large an undertaking \ Bradford county roads were built and J. Roberta, who were both ill. They or leaving out certain items, the
r that convict'labor has been procured many things have to be considered with the support\ of: the public it is I had improved much when Mrs. Gardiner SEEDS .1923: catalog. If not already country ,publisher must choose the
certain that this capable and efficient left, and they will: be her guest"* on our list send name and address latter

:i'I body will not disregard county Inter- during the Christmas holidays.Mr. .

{'k[ o r ests.As

these newly constructed roads and Mrs. Elmer Lazone, Mr. eAli'
become completed Starke will be knit. and Mrs. Dick Mason and daughter,
Hill--- ted together with the surrounding 'Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Harvey
)Wt Up towns in the county. have returned to Starke to spend the-
The Bradford,County Telegraph has winter, after having completed a successful -
r already taken a step toward making tour of the Central states.
Bradford county a "friendly county." They will leave this week for'a short
Down ? The interesting news from our surrounding tour of: the"southern part of the state. ,.
or towns is Row a regular feature '"
of our paper and is proving a I ,

...... great attraction not only to our out o
of town subscribers but also to Starke ]
""t'y None of us are standing still. In these modern and residents.It rENT-A-WORD .
i 1 strenuous times there is no middle ground. We are '
; is somewhat of a to
k l' ..... surprise tL; The Fine
', either progressing or retrograding; we are either going note how much the townships of : Points Ot Dress

r' forward or backward. To which class, do you belong Bradford county' have in common. Often it's the so-called "little things" that go
The residents of these trfwns come FOR SALE Forl farthest toward
.' light delivery making a man appear stylish
? .yf 4'I Sm to Starke to the.theatre, to the lodges truck; in good condition. 'See E. II. and welldressed.Our .
yr tIS< the Woman's Club, to see Starke Smith at Sm h'8 Garage. It
Are you spending more than you make? If you are girls. showing of men's furnishings is unusually completeat

doing this, or even if you are merely spending all you They trade in our store*;*they are FOR SALE-Ford light delivery this time-in styles patterns and sizes. Whether.it
treated by our physicians, they are truck, in good condition. See E. II. be a hat, tie, some new collars or a box of Everwear I
M make, you belong to the down hill class, for you are .i ilJ attendance at the court sessions. Smith at ''Smith's,Garage. It Hosiery, here you will find what you want. I
l losing the opportunity to lay up something for the future Our interests are in common, only
1 every day that passes. "The mill will never grind should be more so. The coming of STRAYED OR STOLEN.-Sable and Stop in today and see our interesting offerings. I
white female collie. Reward. di.
good roads will make it more so. .
jfu! with the water that has passed." Good roads will place Bradford county L. Brownlee Starke. 12-15-tf ,

in the race for laurels as being a Nat Sternberg
.. On the other hand: if you are saving persistently progressive county, of the fastest LOST-English setter, white, with ,

'' and systematically be it ever so little, you are in the growing state in the Union. name lemon of colored"Don.ears" Missing; answers since to Dec.the Starke, FloridaA

.:' up hill, or progressive class ; you are not a drone but 2nd. Notify J. L. Peek, Starke. It ,
Paul Canova, Jr., Ras Brinson, Joe
are on the road to independence, and will some, day be' Wainwright, Ed and Laurie 'Edwards FOR SALE-Cow and 2 months old --- ---------- ---- .

a power in the land, for there never was a truer saying motored to Gainesville Saturday to calf. Cow mixed Holstein and Jer- "_U''U 'Dnmmmm"JO"'lm''mUJ' attend the foot ball game between sey, excellent milker. J. O. Turner,
r than "money is power. Duval and" the Gainesville. high Starke. 12-8ttf. PLEASING GIFT'
h'p I schools.
,' ', : Let us help you on the up-hill or progressive road. WANTED-Iron safe; second hand,
l. i it! ''n first class condition. The large Nothing would please a husband, father, a brother or
Capt. and Mrs. Charles Chalker and book space''' must not be less than a sweetheart more for Christina than a box of A. P. H. or
j i little sons left Friday to visit his par- A. P. H. Club House Cigars. .
10x15 inches would
prefer one that
COUNTY BANK ents in MIddleburg, and on Monday :
; BRADFORD they will start from Middleburg to would take a book 20x23 inches. E. The fragrance and aroma of these Cigars it essential
W. Hayes Starke, Fla. It ,
-J'l Denver, Colorado, where they will STARKE CIGAR COMPANY
9 : : N. T. RITCU, W. T. WEEKS J. II. BITCH, make their home. Capt. and 'Mrs. WANTED-We want a reliable man <* .nuf.cfur.r. of

t President. J"Vice President. Cashier. Chalker have been here visiting her to represent us in the sale of monuments ALL PURR HAVANA CIGARS

e parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. and headstones In Starke and Ifmmmmmmm

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Only Seven More Shopping: Days to Christmas '

Useful Gifts. ,Gifts that will last the '
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tl'. day linger by giving a useful gift.

A new Cook Stove or Range" / COMMUNITY
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