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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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VOLUME F ORTY-FOUR. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 1922.
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BRADFORD FOR I
A dance will be given at the Woman's -" ,*
Ca COUNTY TELEGRAPHS 'p The annual BRADFORD COUNTYHELP 0w
I election of the officers.
Club of !iStarkc Tuesday, Dec.
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Lodge No. :S5
was held
2th.! Invitations being received
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$ A size
rooms. good
1' 1i I "You are cordially invited to attenda 1lI"lIIlll'rshil|) waspresent. $ I
<$> Here is a gift that will prove 'V fonpal dance at the Woman's Club, The election resulted in the .* It in pleasing to announce a I :
?> interesting every day of the 0$> following election: Christmas present for Bradford I ;
Tuesday Dec. 26th 9 m.
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$ year-a year's subscription to v L. G. Powell W. M. county as a wholu-"Help. I
< !i Admittance the dance will be by This week the state convict ,*
S>> the Bradford County Telegraph. F. L. Turner, S. W. j
<$. It's a gift that never becomes invitation, although there will be a I E. W. Hayes, J.: W. *> camp, comprising u squad of JO 0 ,
small fee charged for those who '$> I
*> care convict laborers, arrived here w
tiresome-for it tells a different > F. F. Stump, Treasurer.N. .
'ta go and look on. Members of the and have marl! mile '
Woman's Club will be welcome ..*.> .
The Telegraph will be welcomed ; 1
e' by every member of the fam- J. Thomas, S. D. "*> "' of tools. and. equipment ,* I R-'

*5 ily or your friend's family, for j Bobby Swanson's dance orchestra j II. C. Wall, J. D. ,';' came in. Saturday morning work .* I
each of them have an interest In '>> ,. of Gainesville, has been engaged to Cyrus Sistrunk, S. S. v begins on our roads.. Capt. Me0\ l "

$ some way or other in the news <3> ( provide the music. Mr. Swinson's or- I C. C. Starling, J. S. > Neil is in charge of the camp. I ,>: I >-;J,
y columns of the county paper. ganization: has the reputation of beIng i Geo. W. Snellgrove, Tyler. *> Trujjr this is a beneficial Christ- ,* I 1i

i it I 3" We carry the news, the kind you
t > like to read e':ib s state. i installed on Wednesday l''cninloVl'c.\ May our gift: for Chilstmus I
Make Hostesses for the be 'a 192ben! !\ completed l series of S>
someone happy with a I occasion will 7th, beginning at 7:30: p. m.
0*> year's subscription to the Tele4 <*> Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Mrs. E. E. I Following the installation an oyster "' hard l roads, I

:i> graph. It's only $2.00 a year. Canova, Mrs. A. Z. Adkln.s, Mrs. P. E. supper will bo served. Tf lime in 0a Ii
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: '*" Subscribe now. <*> Canova, Mrs. J. IT. Ritch, Mrs. G. M. 'charge of arrangements/ are K. F. y. '!' F p p. t' .

I I. 0 ','Inman, Mrs. -Sternberg, Mrs. J. M. Stump, G.1\[. Inman, N, Sternberg.Mr. :'. i
a 0:i 40 0040' v0 it' !' $> p I I Alvarez. I MISS HTHUTH P.IVKH; :: IIKIDCK! I I Il + ,a f fI

UODSON-AN UREII'S The affair promises to be ono of I and Mrs. I U. T. Clark, of Jacksonville -. l',\nT"'
I I II 'the most brilliant of its kind ever heldin W. M. Wainwilght, of Tallahassee I :r

From the Gainesville Daily News I Starke. Refreshments will he and Newn Wamwnghl, t>If Miss Hilda Slruth delightfully entertained pn ;
I of the 4th inst., we take the follow. served, with a small fee attached, for the U. of F., will be holiday, ; guests ut the bridge club Thursday ,

: ing 'account of the marriage of Miss\ I II the benefit of the new and handsomeclub the home of their parents' Mr. and. evening/ the home of Mr.. and Mrs.

I Louise Andrews. Miss Andrews lived house. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, O, L. He'iisley. on Fight: l street.'

here with her parents a few years |,( Mrs. E. I,. Biggs/ made high score, I
i| Ago i and attended the B. H. S.: and! received, a set of table markers I

: "Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews an- A. C. CANOVA I with penells, and Marcus Brown made I '
j ounce \the marriage of their daughter VICTIMOF low and, received. ) u"l>ox of dominoes.At :

lrla Louise Antoinette, to Mr. Lewis the close of the game the hostess

: Charles Dodson, Sept. 7, 1022, at'I served delicious fruit salad, sand-,

i Clearwater,, Fla." II j AUTO ACCIDENT I wit hen, snltlm'N, and hot ihocolite. .
The above announcement will come II Those enjoying: the evening with n, I
I as a great surprise to the many!' I Miss Struth were Mr. and Mrs O. L. I vr'L' } Ili'r ,. ,s,.
I friends of the young couple, for they I I -- lleimley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Ailltm. ,
I I have succeeded in keeping their mar- Albert C. Canova, former resident ing table at St. Vinrent's hospital. ho I Mr. and, MrrF1. M\ .Johns, Or, and

riage a close secret, not revealing it of Starke, suffered injuries which resulted Huccumhod. i Mrs. I:. L. Biggs, Miss Nell Roberts! r
1 to their parents until Sunday night. in his death and two other men 'Oie train, Seaboard Air Line freight J. W. Andrews, Jr., !Marcus I I"'. Brown (
1 wcru slightly!: injured in a Seaboard No. t
Mrs. Dodson was reared in Gaines- 780, was in charge of Conductor
villo and is the grand-daughter of1MI' railroad crossing accident at 13th A. B. Harrison. It was driven by Engineer : ('lI1trST\1: Mol SOCIAL! .
and, Pearl streets, Jacksonville, at v
| L. L. Hill. She is a sweet and J. T. Morgan. A A ** "
9:30: o'clock on Tuesday morning. The I
I attractive young woman and possesses Canova would have completed one! Tho young/ people comprising the I !
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i deceased was born and raised in Bradford -
i a happy disposition, all of which has brothers here andi year's service with the city of Jacksonville I Baptist Young I'eople'H Union are' to I r j I II
county, %
I has endeared her to many in our city on January 1. He tesidcd! at I hold a Christmas party at the home I :
the of his death
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I and elsewhere, all of whom will joinin shock to thin' community.The Henry and Canter streets in the Lnck-I I uf J. I"'. Kickliter on Monday! night, I 1fMiI l
extending congratulations and Canovu awanna section. He was. a man of Dec. 2!:.th. This company of young I
late Mr. employedby
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:, wishing her every happiness. the Jacksonville Park Commission family and, according//: St. Elmo \V.I people know how to have a good: time : JI -

Mr. Dodson is the son of Mr. and and was riding on a city truck with Acosta, commissioner of !parks! was I logelhi', .... pin it i:_rl.io; have shown, .
j I Mrs. J. B. Dodson, who resides on W. ,I two other city employes. As they one of the most highly regarded em-' and thin. promises to be the best ever j I I ,;
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University avenue. He attends the ployes of the park department.Up I You/ig' people home on their vacation
started to cross' the crossing a freight .
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,S. I teachers college at the University of train, hidden by a box car bra the until a few years ago, the deceased I from college! are to bo special I guests.: I .
i I Florida, and is a splendid young man witch, came them. The auto resided in Starke. Ho win Thus Is one of the series of parties bo- I '
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j and popular with a host of friends. truck was demolished. Canova was well known, a young man of good: Ing held during the winter months ,I .
fsjr r Mr. and Mrs. Dodson are making i iI Ideals and loved which furnish
I r I knocked to the ground by the impact, standing, high by clean amusements' i
their home with Mrs. Isaac Parrish his head striking the railroad track, all. That he should be called to his wholesome company and all-around

until their home, which is under construction fracturing; his skull. His legs were death so soon in life is. deeply regretted ; good tlnice.CIIItIS'rMAS. ,, 1'"
Sw is,completed. by those who during his life In
I also crushed. The other two men )I
clung to the truck and in some miraculous Starke, learned to love and appreciate SHOPPING I t
REV. SIMPSON NEW METHODIST
him. THE BEST EVER
way ere thrown to safety.An I
PASTOR I I ambulance was rushed to the Paul E. Canova and t'. E. Canovu,
score of the accident, but before Mr. of this! city, are brothers of the deceasud. I Christmas shopping began in earnest ,

At the end of the annual Methodist Canova was placed upon the opuratDEATII II I I'' Saturday. Many people took advantage "
..j,, .conference, held at Tampa, among I I of the opportunity to buy I
t numerous other changes, was the as- Christmas: gifts early and at home, ""'-- .
I OF MR. THORNTON Besides his widow and three children \! where thin
signment of Rev. M,L. Smith to Au- largo stocks of merchants I
.I, cilia and Waukeenah, Jegeraon coun Mr. Tohrton leaven of near rela- could be aeen.Attractive .

ty. During the one and a half years Hardly had the funeral of his tives, three brothers, Mr. Wm. Thorn decorations, appropriate
i Mr. Smith and his excellent family daughter, Mrs. J. E., Coleman, taken ton, of Starke, and Messrs. Lawton to the Yuletide season, have always -

have been among us, they have endeared place before the sad news spread that and David Thornton, of Baker coun appeared l In Starke stores, but this .
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j themselves to all. Starke Is Mr. John Thornton had breathed his ty, and three sisters, Mrs. J. C. Man-,, year the merchants came out with ,. .
sorry to lose them, but wish them last at his residence in tarke. 'Ilia ning, of Starke, and Mesdames E. brilliant displays of color, featuring ;1 '
I happiness in their'new home. death took place December 8th, afteran Stafford and Mrs. W. K.: Bryan, of I their beautiful stock of Christmas I /

e The new pastor {in Rev. L. B. Simpson. illness of eighteen days of Influenza Baker county. goods., Their efforts were rewarded, "

He comes from the East Coast, which developed into pneumonia.The The deceased was a man of a quiet, by the favorable comment heard !i' ''' ,

.'. well recommended as an able preacher deceased was 47 years old at gentle and sympathetic nature, strictly about town for the past several duys.
and a good man. We extend to his death. He was born in Baker honorable in all his dealings, ont Hundreds of shoppers visited loam {
I him a warm welcome. county and spent his younger day i who made only friends. All who knew stores on Saturday and thus far this '
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Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, formerly of there. In 1899! he married Miss Cas- 'him deplore his going hence and cur week a record, busines shas been, I >"rl

Starke, late of Dade City, has been I tie Mann, also of Baker county. To entire community sympathize with made. Starka merchants have done I .
assigned: to New Smyrna. Rev. Geo. the union were born Ave children, f the bereaved family. I all in their power to satisfy the trade I "

F. Scott, his many friends here will three of whom, two sons and a Funeral Director n. C, Jones had l and by the large volume of business

be glad to learn, has again been assigned ter, survive their lather daugh-//charge of the Interment, which was I it evident that trading at home was. I \ '1tis:

.\ i a professor's chair at Southern teen years ago Mr. Thornton at South Prong cemetery, Baker adhered to. : .

\ ,,;,:.' College' ;Lakeland. to Starke with his family. Since .hid county, Saturday. The funeral rites i' With Christmas but three days 4
: 1. wJI. coming here he was a salesman in the away there should, be a heavy trade, r
."... ,,.. O. Brown, of Jacksonville, will mercantile store of J. C. Manning until were conducted by Elders Swartz and I tomorrow. Extra clerks have been i I i

...' \, arrive today to 'spend the holidays In about year ago, when he was engaged Chipman, of the Church of Jesus 1 employed in all the stores to handlo .

, k r Starke wjth his family. by W. M...Bryan i Christ of Latter Day Saints. the business.. 1 1wl


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tI PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEUR CRAP}: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1922.


l ,"' LAW ENFORCEMENT: PLANS I 'oratlon of beer and wine because this upbraid me, because our flivver's old. REFLECTIONS OF A TEACHER : such parents deem such expedients things that do not contribute to ) ,,

t I ., --- v.ould nullify the Eighteenth Amend- Among the village lasses you wantto I I an injustice to their children. If the I best in life is strong and scdueii

t, I The Eighteenth Amendment having ment and be an entering wedge for cut a swath; but we're in evil passes The conditions making for succells-I teacher keeps their children after;: and heedlessness\ with, which\
ful school work not school few times the parents ob many follow their passions ,
been1 incorporated in the constitution, its repeal. we hover o'er the broth. So walk,I are a reiaim:
1 i the enactment of an enforcement code 11. Increased] efforts for increased if you must travel, until your thewsare I ceived by roost of the patrons. If ject. If the teacher insists on having one auditor of the following line t>

.' was the duty of confess, and that membership, because every member wrung; your father scratched the I they were, surely those patrons would the work done in good order and arranged author of which is unknown, and' .
1, + code la known,as the Volstead act. is committed to total abstinence and gravel when he was fair and young." not violate them so much of the time methodically, the parents are whose identity three thousand ,',, .

I It Is the duty of every citizen to I law enforcement. "Oh, Pa," says Alice, bearing some and make the right kind of work impossible. il ready to insist that the teacher is lars were offered by an English | i ilisher. I.

fi obey the law, and of every official signs of youthful blues, "the girls at' cranky and has a hobby. They do not .

having sworn to uphold the constitu- THE FAMILY CIRCLE 'school are wearing:: such lovely tennis I There is one condition In particularly I consider that the teacher is far bet I, I have thrown the throttle open ,,I'd' ,.
tion to respect its provisions.It shoes. My shoes are made of leather, I that is very frequently and I I ter able than they are to judge of the am tearing down the track;

is the duty of executive officer "We'' must cut down expenses," Tired they're old and hard like stones, and grossly violated. I refer to the ab children's real abilities and needs. I have thrown it out to full speed ..-.d]
to anforco the law, and that of the Father sadly sighs; "It jars one's seven now I wonder whether you'll let me solute necessity that here bu"the right Thus they deprive their children of no hand can hbld me back!

courts to interpret the law without senses, the way the money flies. ,have three bones" I II I II attitude towards the teacher on the I much good they could otherwise get 'Tis my hand controls the CIILI: ,'.

prejudice. The monthly bills are frightful, my I I "My dear," says Father sadly, t'such part of the parents. Parents in general -' from the teacher. though another owns the mil.'

A ::1 Smugglers, rum runners, bootleg- credit's getting bad, the grocer's I topics are a bore; you need new footgear do not realize that the teacher And how few parents think to speaka But for once I'm in the open and tl,
gore and illicit manufacturers are law) talking spiteful, the butcher's boiling I badly, but I need kopecks more. is their helper in the great work of word of encouragement occasional yard lights pass and pale!

violators. mad. These bills, my spirit daunting, When I was young my sister wl'nt' preparing the children for the most ly to the teachers 1 How much ;food Green lights! Red lights! They bI',,,.

t All who buy, dispense, transport or have made me tired and blue; some- barefoot to and fro, until she grew a useful citizenship. Hence they very it does a teacher to know that the hung the signals out!

connive at such violations whether bodys: always wanting a parasol or blister and corn upon each toe. My I' often assume an antagonistic( attitude parents really feel that they are helping Caution here! Danger, ho'! \n\
rich or poor, are law breakers shoe; somebody's always needing a mother wore old slippers, which were towards] the teacher and his require the children! A sincere word of what's tho man about?
To create sentiment for law observance nightshirt or a sock; for thrift I'm the best she had; but nowadays young ments. Especially if the teacher has appreciation does a teacher more
and law enforcement l is the supreme always pleading, and you my plead- nippers must follow every fad. Pursued -! punished their children. They thinkof good than the money the teacher gets. 'Tis true he owns the engine, tq di .,,

c tank of the Woman's Chris- ing mock. When I was young a nickel by howling tinners, who clamor the teacher as being against them, And surely the teacher deserves such he has done

1 tian Temperance Union. would last me for a week, but now for their pay, by carpenters and spin- : and so put themselves against the a word!! If not, he deserves the word But how about the final word-wt'"

i To this end we recommend: the dollars trickle from many a fool- ners, throughout the livelong day, I teacher. i of criticism, which is just! as necessary he ends the run?

i 1. The observance of January 6, ish leak." come home in the gloaming, worn out I I If the teacher insists on the chil- in its place and just as much the Light lost! Life lost! Flag 0 I tLI! .;

1923, with enforcement rallies under "You always are complaining," as one who toils, and all my folks dren getting: to school in time for patron's duty to give when needed. the others back!

I r the auspices of the local unions. Fond Mother makes reply; "and yet are combing my 'raiment for the opening exercises, such parents takeit Think on these things, kind patrons Switch, the wreck! Ditch the wreck';

1 t t 2. A thorough study of our law I'm ever straining to lay some money spoils." as an arbitrary exaction and per who may read this. Apply its teach- 'Dare any block the track?
I' enforcement manual and of Federal And with this weary question the in time ing to own selves and do your ,
R e by. I wear a seedy bonnet that's mit the child to come barely your There creeps Into the Terminal th
and state enforcement laws. frayed and second-hand, while other ; sage must rack his dome, and ruin to begin his class work for the day. part. man who had his day,

3. The election and apointment of dames, doggone it, are dressed to beat his digestion: "Why do the young Not getting the benefit of the open- A TEACHER. But I wonder, 0 my soul, just \vh it

i officials favorable to prohibition in accordance the band. When I was young and : leave home?" ing exercises is a serious loss to any his God will say I *
e with the ''statement of Abraham I and there pnpil. The exercises are uplifting GREAT SERMONS
t g i. slender, in luxury grew; I IT WAS TEACIIER'4! FAULTA ,
Y. r Lincoln that "we must entrust was legal tender for every whim I and ennobling, and often constitutethe
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I No Worms In a Healthy Child
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a any cause to its friends. knew. My father was a dandy, no 'I only distinctively moral and spritual Life in Starke would be richer and
school teacher received the following -I All children troubled with Worm hove an unhealthy
4t t. 4. The establishment of friendly tightwad was he; he had the money note: "Dear Madam please' teaching of the day. fuller if everybody in town could have color,which Indlcatelpol.r blood and as a
relations between low enforcement Dr. ruin, there\. more or Ie.. stomach dlaturbatic
idea heard the preached by
whate'er wants might be. So resent the sermons .
committees and handy, my excuse my Tommy today he wont I many parents ) CKOVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regwlardy
superintendents or But now that I am aging, I seldom seea come to school because he is actingas I that their children are not doing !good Bullen last Sunday, in the Baptist for twoor three. weeks wIV enrich the bluwlimprove ,

officers responsible for law enforce- dime, and you are ranting, raging! timekeeper for his father and it 'work, so that when the teacher resorts church. Large audiences were present Tonic the to dlttestlon the wholo,and ayitrnt.act as a tteneratStrentitlitnlnft Nature will then
ment.
I of thrift, the whole blamed time" is fault. You gave hime a example to one expedient or another to and these were deeply impressed throw orrrr dispel'the worms,and tIJeCblldwlllhe
t, 5. Attendance at court, in liquor the "Our punk old bus," gays Willie, your if a field is 5 miles around how secure good work from their children, with! what they heard. The lure of to perfnct health. Pleasant*wJ_ .*Me per bottl
of drawing
the time
from I
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\i' until the close of the case. "is nothing but a sin; it fairly driven long will It take a man walking 3 1-2 _n'_ __ ___
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t 6. Commendations on the part of me silly; it's made of rusty tin. When miles an hour to walk 2 1-4 times -

' ;, \I individuals and unions of the heroic Father Noah owned it, it may have around it? Tommy ain't a man, no .
+ fi. been a beaut, before he went and his. father will walk round the field
I' ..I j lG: work of enforcement officers, who risk loaned it to cheap galoot. TheJohnson's Foremost Center
r their lives in this patriotic service. every 'and Tommy will time him but please Alachua County's Shopping ==
that makes
auto
have an
d'ont give him such examples again:
The modification of parole, probation -
,4 i 7. Ahrink with shame 'Get busy,' is '
; work
me because husband must to
laws] my RO:
and sentence
suspended their motto, 'Keep coming," is their Our Mail Order
y ; to apply to first offenders only, and every day to support his family Shop Through Department.
fines game. Oh, dad, you ought to buy ,"
u; increased penalties'includinl in ( one, to dodge the Johnsons', scorn I'l ii 1111 ti 11 i ttFFF I I I #t
and imprisonment other cases.
'J with and I saw
I now come me try one
.. The of the slogan, "ReverI I
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," on sale this morn.
'+ ence for Law" and to this end seek- Have Your Car Equipped
31 ; '- ,I\P I in? the co-operation of the home, the "When I was young," says Father, With a Qualify. '

ry :,' i Lincoln school and poster the church and good, and literature placing the ini "I fuss traveled and bother on my no parents feet, and then all would this ; : /'CYCLONE VAPORIZER" I Service 11i <::::7"-

: butcher and the baker Saves gasoline(7Des
The GAINESVILLEFLORIDA
meet.
and, other
libraries
schools
a i \ churches, more power I
day, the sad-eyed
,. f' public buildings. pursue me every Make starling eaii/
hl The circulation of literature undertaker insists upon his pay; the I

M' ) showing 9. the benefits of prohibition, coal man and the plumber, the doctor Price $4.50 Installed at Largest Stock, of Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and

and especially calling the attention of stern and pale, have chased me round BOREE'S GARAGE i

the public to'the benefits thereof locally. all summer, and still are on my trail. Notions in Central Florida.
J should aid me, our
And you, my son,
10. Active 'opposition to the res-' credit to uphold, but, William, you .PHI-I-111" I I II I'll' I I I Ill HI, I

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FRIDAY. nECEMUElt 22. 1922. RAlD..ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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i better then core. 'rut's PIIIs taken. In t,.e crest of the Konlyii hill we u.'ip <. "" ..
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] told us afterward that ho wax just
State News Tuft's Pills' taking our temper. I think he was a MOimeo.Bi.ag ds"
1. -.J: little worried Parker on the gas I : : .1
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Told Our where there is of he gave us a thrill on the t'urYl'111'11
by Exchanges.One any possibility pri- Should Not
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ces being cut. Now the county board he took it slightly above 6.. and stopped

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carload of St. Lucie county twill be ready to ship each day. Approximately own brick laying. ho turned the car. I
beans grown and shipped by J, D. Edward 1 50 carloads, or 50,000 I I I wiped the tears from m.ec* and
of Quay, brought in the New l cuses\vill; be shipped this season. The 'Stcnoshn Meaolina and Amos Pitt- said a few words in congratulation, CAIl.VMET.
York market Friday $10,800, sellingat house will be operated during the citrus I man, both negroes, were brought to intending to convey the utr.i. that I i iI I
$ol i) a crate for the 1,200 crates. season. the Duval county: jail and held for I I ala game/ bird. However, I hopedwe :
safekeeping: in connection with tho I I were through with the speed' test. The Economy SmilING POWDER :
I Threo killing of Ed Jones wealthy planter We skirted back. I had u cigarettein \ .
Lettuce Is now rolling to Northern carloads of mackerel, approximately I
j markets in carload Iota from Palmetto. -1 65,000 pounds, were I at Jacobs, near Marianna, Sunday my mouth and the wind broke it ofT .
The total shipment of fruits and shipped from Fort Pierce Saturday, i night. The negroes had been held at ''short where I held it. From 05; the TIz t's What Millions !

r vegetables will probably reach 5,233 composing the biggest catch of the I Tallahassee but authorities, fearing a I'I'I I BN| 'edometer climbed alt 7."i and almost oS Housewives Do
mob which is to have stormed touched HO as we came to the ,
curs from that vicinity. 1 local season thus far. Most of the reported -
i I fish were king and Spanish mackerel, the Marianna jail, would pro to the I top of the Kottlyn hill. know ,
-They that
William Russell Alexander, 10 year 'Caught with squid and line. It was capital city, moved them to Jacksonville Oh, baby! 1 saw that downwardgap ( e a 'f
old son of \V. R. Alexander of Tampa I the biggest catch with squid and line in the pavement and my thoughtsflew QP5 PO Good Baking Powder 1

a was. struck and almost instantly that has been made there in many back to tho days when I twisted can't be sold for less-
killed Wednesday forenoon by a truck i years. A verdict of not "guilty was broughtat broncs over at the X I Lnrrabce ranch
: belonging to' the Peerless Transfer midnight Saturday .at Dado Cityin on the Ruby in Montana. The name that "more for the money 'J i
company. The driver was arrestedand i The remains of'a gigantic aborigine the case of Paul Overstreet, who old void !Head) down, the saddle* horn fml-
means bnke-day::
is charged with manslaughter.Ed was unearthed at Cedar Key a few has been on trial charged with the disappeared and th'rl'00'11" nothing CCNTNT/It0. I,- .
I days ago in the midst of an Indian or assassination of J. V. Waters, prohibition there but the beautiful mountain air. ures, waste of time and

Jones* a prominent merchant of oyster shell mound. The skeleton agent, on Oct. 4th, lust. The Pull leather? Not me, I didn't have money-that Calumet 1
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t: Jacobs, who operates a large numberof measured over nine feet in length and verdict was received! with comparatively time. J
negroes, was called into the quar- his jaws were large enough to take in calmness by the large crowd Over the top we went at 75. "Good means economy. '
ters to settle a disturbance and a negro -I those of an ordinary person. Evidently -, which packed the court room to Its night, nurse" I mumbled I, nnJ( composed "
who was drinking, pulled a gun he was so fond of the Cedar doors and overflowed into the street. myself for an introduction to The salcsofCalumetnrc

and blew off the top of Jones' head, Key oysters that his last request was Judge/ McMullen had previously announced St. Peter.I over ir>O%, greater: than
escaping/ later. to be buried beneath tons of their that he would jail anyone was astonished, flabhcrg'istod and that of any other bak- t
tthulls. who caused an uproar. Preston Over. what-not the next 30 seconds. Instead ;

, Guilty of arson was the verdict returned -- street, Paul Overstreet's cousin, who of sitting on the steps at the pearly DES 3V REST ing powder. .

by the jury late Monday nightin Building activities in Lake City was placed on trial with him jointly, gates I found myself gliding smoothly | i -. _.-_._- i-
the case against George Cox and during the last ninety days have been was released Friday on an instructed over the dirt road at not more than TilE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER J
Walker Bryant, accused of setting i I unprecedented in the history of that verdict of nut guilty, the evidence not 15 miles. I don't know yet how it
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fire to the residence of W. T. Gouldof 'I dty Upward of fifty residences have being sufficient to connect him with happened. It's brakes or compressionor
Arcadia early on. the morning, of I been built during this period or at the death of Waters. Both men, how- something.. Let Chaste: tell you marks to work air> comvrninir n guy is and sisters, At ha and Opal, of ZuT, .,.
October 21. The jury deliberated only least are well toward completion. Owing ever, are still in custody, as they are about itThen who ddin't have bruins enough to were viisting relatives and friends in '
thirty minutes. I to the shortage of houses and being/ held for trial on the charge of the most wonderful experience come homo to cat So Dually I cot: this section Saturday( and (I.Sunday.Mr. .
apartments during the past two years killing A. F. Crcnshaw, who was assassinated of nil came to nut!. I was invited up courage enough to go buck to my I and Mrs. David 1 Shaw und

A company is now being organizedto I the Lake City and Columbia chamber with Waters. I IGlUS to drive the'car myself. I have a lot old love, Liz, patiently standing on daughter, I.orene, of Winter Haven, t
bridle the power of the Chipola I of commerce has waged a continuous of respect for the nerve of the other the corner. were here Saturday und .tiumlay.Mr. .
river by erecting a tumbling dam and I "own your own home" cam- : IN' I buddies of the! JI"rlythey elected! to But I am a chunked num. No longer and Mrs. P. S. Crews, of Lake
installing a modern light and power paign. ride with me. It wits a proud moment dii I envy tho birds with thu six- Huller, have lately moved here.!
plant. The company has purchasedthe I've been busy the last couple of of my life when I slid over nnto the cylinders and the noisy cut outs Not 10.; A, !iSapp and H. J. Turner; weru
Burton-Harris property on the i Several years ago Bushnell con- days-gl'innin'. Heat which Chase vacated in my honor m,'. I've driven u Lincoln and Juno business visitors to 'Starko' Monday.!
past side of the Chipola and a tract of tracted for electric current from the Funny birds, these fellows with the and eased my too on that wonderful 80' miles without making enough Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns gave u
land on the west side and will build a (: great hydroelectric plant near Dun- six-cylinder cars who delight in run- throttle. From 1 to :50 in double noise y> frighten u 1 concrete dam across the river. nellon on the Withlacunchee river, ning me off the pavement while they her length. The drive of it-the feel ,) BO when I hear three nixon large crowd wild present and reporteda
some forty-odd miles away. The demonstration whiz past at about 45; miles, cut-out of Ill! ? Words fail mi- -let Chime tell coming and they whiz by inu at their nice' ti mt'.
Found guilty of the charge of per- is so satisfactory that recently wide-! open, and making enough noise lueimly 4li!! I just draw olF to the Hide Mr. and Mrs. H. (). Rivers und fum-
forming a criminal operation in St. Center Hill and Webster tied for a machine gun corps in full,lie. you.I brought! her bark, to the garage and! grin I'm driving a cur miidc by ily are moving to Starke. We regret yes

Petersburg, Dr. Charles D. Hulbert, on to the service, the rate being only tion.For and cot;; out. Then I stood around.! I the seine man that makes n; Lincoln, to see them leave but wish them sue-
a graduate of the Rush Medical College ,,4 cents per kilowatt, as against 12 to a long time they had me bluffed stroked her; I patted her. I culled,! and that's good enough for me.-IIv cesH in their new homo, l}!
in 1902 was expelled Saturdayby 15 cents charged by steam plants ev- too. Not any longer, however.For her all the loving names of un t-xUi- Walt Williams In Washington flu J. P. Dowling was u visitor( to
the State Board of Medical Exam- erywhere, except at Jacksonville. just the other day I had an experience sive vocabulary I have been years in 1 Elum Er: 'ho, Starke: Saturday, and Monday, i

iners, after a hearing at St. Peters- which showed me what a real car is. getting together. I'd start/ away and M. T. Thomas, of Starke, wan heru !
burg. W A. Frazier, night engineer at I saw it, rode in it and drove It. return --to. the shrine. Finally they WOODLAWN Saturday
,I the Hotel McAllister, Miami, was shot I was picking away at my typewriter drove her away and left nn standing Mr. nnd Mrs ll. It. Kercc, of Union
News of a unfortunate accident i and killed by L. iS. Blocker, a sawmill and trying to let on to the rest of there. Wondlawn, Dec. 22.: --W. R. Torode, City, were vilnting relatives hero Sat
comes from Morrison telling of the operator of Homestead. Two shots the bunch that the stuff I was writ. ,' All this time I WitH supposed to bu! of Lnwtey, wan a liUHinenH visitor urday., .

instant death of young Clyde Tison were fired, one taking effect in Fra- ing was the most Important news of in Roslyn. Supper was waiting for here Tut'Hday. Mrs. Hunt left Sunday for Mulberry 7 n
who while working a pump gun, ac- zier's temple, the second in the hip. the season. It wasn't. A good bluff me. The leading lady would bu> wait J. T. Goodman and 1) L. Phillip )I after spending/ several days here, 4
cidently discharged a load in his Frazier came to Miami and rented a has its value. The thing about a bluff ing. 'She would have some choice re- were visitors to Stiirke Saturday. !guest of her mother, Mrs. B. J. Sapp.
throat. He was returning from a pond parking space on Northeast First however to know when it has been Mrs. (). J, Phillips and daughter, who is ill. I

Friday where he had gone to shoot street, where the shooting occurred. called. olds Cause urip and Influenza Elizabeth: of !Miami, were the guests A party wax enjoyed at the homo
ducks and was riding in a truck when They were having trouble, it is alleged The telephone bell rang and from LAXATIVE BTOMO! QUININE TVrfeUn' iv.HitcaiiM. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. of Mr. and Mrs. H, M. !Hodges Saturday -
the accident occurred. which resulted in a law suit, and force of habit I answered it. One of Them Id only One "'<->!". (Alllul .,.. Phillips. night;
it is thought; that the shooting occur- the boys at the Ford garage was on r W.GKOVL! oMn.'i.r., i.n box. VJu: Mrs. W. II. Norman was shopping : Mr. und Mrs. S. G. Stevens of Jacksonville
Lawrence Revels, confessed slayer red on this account. the wire and told me to come down in .iStarke Saturday. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.
of his wife and brother, of j, there. "We have a Lincoln on the Cures Malaria, Chills, Supt. U. II. Wiggins, of SUrke, was L. Johns.
asked police to give him a Leesburg'J']I The second of the two negroes arrested floor," he said, "and would like to 666 end Fever, Dengue or a visitor* here Thursday.Mrs. tjheritr Epperson, of Starke, was
and '/pet his execution at an early Friday in connection with the have you look her over." ISilious! Fever. H, Drury was a visitor to the hero Tuusduy. i
date. Revels shot and killed the two murder of Miss Ruby Hendry, school Sure thing! Looking over thingsIs county seat Thursday. 1
Sunday, according to a confession In'''teacher, of Perry, the previous Sat a specialty of mine, especially since Messrs Charlie Alvarez and l Lon- A TOPMICdrove'
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which he said he was half-crazed by, urday, was lynched Monday night. tfie Volstead act went into effect. I rbe Quinine '.-.t aou'fol/ Ailed |I4 r It....., nie Norman, of Vanderbilt, were visi- Tat leaa chill Tonic j
fancied .After killing them Arthur Young was taken from the can !look over more things and see o.wor In tome! end lecetve! rffa I. 1 .(A- tors hero Tuesday. reBtvnM t
wrongs. JIVE UROMO QUININE/ (Tali.BH) can lx Ukm Energy: and Vitality by Purifying sail
he waited for the police but was par I I officers as they were attempting to less than anybody about these parts.' In by the anyone head.without K.W.C.KOVL3liH3 cannim nrrvoinmriN iiret.lll nr,r'lKliid'. 'libLoimviLic Miss Delia Lee spent the weekendIn ) Enriching' the Blood. When you feel illtreniitnnninii.
ticular which. one arrested him. transfer him to another jail. Charlie So I went down to the !garage. Starke with her parents. .Invigorating effect lea how
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II Wright; was burned at stake Friday Quite a bunch of fellows were down Friday, II,,,,. 22nd, our school will It brings.. color to' the cheeks: and hw
The comptroller of the currency night after a mob of several thousand there and they were all cluttered JOHN WHITE& told the Florida bankers in banquetat I I men had taken him from the officersas 'around a big stripped car which was are "!t"'i'S':,, all patrons of the school attend that I appruclutit Its run tonic value. d
Gainesville that the Sixth Reserve they brought the tWo negroes into taking a bath in the corner. I didn't 4..blib..Jla 11131 a ::.ff-F- '-) day. Dinner will bu nerved on the Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic In simply

District, which includes Florida, had town. ask them, but I suppose they stripped .lb..rlm as1Pull ,::- 1I01 ,- ground. Iron and, tjiilnlno suspended in syrup S.
'given him less trouble than any other I I, it so it wouldn't get its clothes V.lue paW Nr < McudariK's W. H. Norman and (>. J. pluawml even children, like It. The blood.
; and that the banks of Florida had The county commissioners of Orange wet. Maybe it was so you could seethe Haw Furs 41 I Phillips, Misses Debbie. Phillips and need QUININE to Purify It and IKON to
shown a greater'increase in deposits,I I' county are giving serious consideration torque drive or the fact that the Marguerite Phillips were visitor to Enrich It. .Destroys Malarial germs and
in proportion to the population of the to the possibility of being big springs' were put there for riding the Vanderbilt section! !Sunday. Clip germs by Us Strentfthenlng/ Invl ir- t

state than the banks in any olher part I[ forced to undertake its own road comfort exclusively, and not for any G0i1)rJ G"1 sang, |(. Etlfvt. 9tk;.
of the building It that other purpose.As NEW IJIVKK: -
country. operations. seems bad
Do not take a blind guide nor a
the bids for brick paving are all too soon as I showed up I was introduced I "Feeling
One of the newest of Polk county high. This has led to insinuations in to II. P. Chase, whose main I New River, Dec. 22.-,Purvis Lew- adviser

industries the of the excuse for living just now seems to ---
is canning grapefruit public press that the makers of -
which will begin early in January paving brick are in a combine so be to chase this car around the map Fine !
: It has been estimated that 6001' strong ,it prevents the contractors and show her otf. He was an enthusiastic /

boxes containing; two dozen cans each from entering bids for paving work high-power little engine all on
his own account, and took the keenest "I wu pale l ..eI< thin hardly
.. Mr. BcHieBeardtB.
ibis to go, ,
delight in running over the fine pointsof
Central S. C. "I
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his machine and explaining themto would suffer when I stood onmy ji1Jfl1
IF BILIOUS SICK! an audience which understood possibly f bet, with beirlng-down
a sixteenth of what he said. So pals In my aide and the lower
part of my bod1 did not rt
much for the rapid advance of auto- well and didn't want anything .
mobile mechanics.Not to eat My color wu bad and
for the world would I attemptto I fell mtoenble. A friend .!
TAKE NO CALOMEL describe the Lincoln as Chase did mute toM me ol' 4N.

it. I !know I'm good at peddling the
tuff, but 1, also know when I'm hogtied H. HAROLD HUME' Wm.T. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.. 1
and laid over a barrel. CARDUITba P..d.nl Vlc.Prnid.nl Sqc. A Tr.a** ,;11, 1

The party got to going !good before Poultry
Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers
"Dodson's Liver Tone", Straightens You Up Better Than Jack Cadwell joined the throng. Jackis
Fair Prices
Supplies Honest Goods
a little walking! encyclopaedia on
A Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset mechanics himself, and knowing this Woman's Tonic Prompt Shipment "t

"I You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee and also knowing Jack, I took my cue and I then re.nembercd my Ask your neighbor--H. know.
and listened In. It was good the way Mthcr' used to take It. Alter
baited bottle I better. I Get New Fall price lid Before BuyingE.
Jack Chas and the way Chase the first was

You'tft. bilious! Your liver Is! lug- you a bottle of Doaiwm'* Liver Tone stole the bait without getting hook began: ]to fleihen strength up and and good I regained 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, JackiooTille, FU. ,
\, mocked I You fuel lazy, diwy and all for a few cents under my personal ed. healthy my color. I am feeling fine. b
out. Your bead In dull, your money-back guarantee that each. spoonful Then we went for a ride. L. II. I took twelve botOee(ol Cjrdul)
tongue it coated; breath ball) stomach will clean sluggish liver bettor o
your and haven't had n bit ol' trouble'
R. Gillett
Parker E. and II. R. Free-
four and bowels. constipated. Rut don't than a dove of nasty calomel and that lnce."
take salivating calomel. It make you it won't make you aick. man were in the bunch, end together Thousand! of other women a
.irk, you mar lose a tI.,'* work. Uodson' Liver Tone i I. real liver with Chase and myself the party was have had similar experience In ,.
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver medicine. You'll know it next morn- I complete. Freeman and Gillett stoodon flue me of Cardui, which has GENERAL INSURANCEI
r'fi, which cause necrosis. of the bones.M Ing because you will wake up furling brought relief;' :! where other
crashes into "illt like fine, liver will be the running board, one on each side
Calomel lour your working, your medicines! bad ,.?.lied.If ''
r dynamite.; breaking l it tip. That' when headache and dizziness gone, your stomach of the .two seats in front" Parker you suffer from female ailments HAROLD C. WALL ;
you eel that awful nausea and will I be sweet and your bowel selected the gas tank at the far end. take Cardui.. It is awoman' *,
4 cramping.' rftfiilar. You will feel like working*; Chase drove and my humble self sat medicine. It may be J t
If you want to .ij<>7 the nicest, you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and just what you ned.Al STARKE FLORIDA
gentlest liver and bowel cleaning you pn'ljition. alongside him and offered, sugges yww(dniggisr or.....'.. ,
ever mpprlrnrfd Just like a .poonfatif Dodiion'. Liver Tone i ie entirely tions. FIRE. LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
.. > nminlciM Dud MOn'. Liver Tuna to- vegetable, therefore barm...... and cannot After we hit the Roslyn-CIe Elum ....... ,
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L Bradford feet. That country is so important of the Christian Year there is thought her old' home and go and live with who stop because they think the sub- I here.It.
'f iJ" County Telegraph as a producer and a consumer/ of raw I of awakening.] "Now it is high time them. scription rate is too high, 6s because looks like a Bradford cow
,:: material], till the world's economical to awake out of sleep; for now is Mrs. Ellington always had strong they can borrow the paper from a strawberry year.
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-t Published weekly and entered as balance cannot reach equilibrium as our salvation] nearer than when we be religious tendencies. When eleven neighbor, who subscribes. ,Mr. Hum- htAN! FINED 7
( I long as she is starving. Bonar Law lieved. The night is far spent, the years old, she joined the Baptist phrey is an enlightened, public spirited -
second class matter at the
post $5.00 AND
makes this an occasion to hint\ that day is at hand: let us therefore castoft church and was a consistent memberof man, who recognizes the good the COURT COST
s' office at Starke, Florida. the inter-allied debt should also] be that sect until 1868 when her believes in -
.. the w6rks of darkness, and let us ,. convictions local paper does, and who
===== extinguished./ Well, as far as con- put on the armour of light." Then caused" her to adopt the doctrines the motto, "live and let live." Grover /Sweat, local saw mill ,mn
1 i E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner, cerns Uncle Sam, he never had much comes Bible 'Sunday, which has been of the Methodists, and she wasa er, was fined $5.00 and coats in ni
hope of collecting his portion. He observed as ]long as the Prayer Cook member of that church until her METHODIST NOTES city court on Monday morning '. ,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY will grumble, but will accept the inevitable has existed. "That we through pa- death. ,She kept faith with God and Mayor\ CI L. Peek.

F, Y ) Y SUBSCRIPTION RATE ] and charge it to profit and tience'and comfort of the 'Scriptures man and led the life of one who is a I I I Don't forget the Christmas tree on Sweat was arrested as the outc<,..n.

f' g J' :Per Year ____I._______________$2.00 loss. The ]lesson he learned was i might have hope." "Heaven and Christian in deeds as well as words, Saturday evening, but I know you of n street fight near the corner .<
worth it, and it will\ be long beforehe earth shall pass away: but my words and this gained for her many sincere I won't. Call and Walnut streets on Sunu..
again mixes himself up with European shall not pass away." Then follows 'riend1 afternoon. Sweat's opponent! uft'f"00 i
1 I STARKE, FLORIDA troubles.A the thought of the ministry. "Let a Mrs. Ellington had no children, butler I Brother Simpson, of Bronson, is the from his display of fistic ability.

Is the county Beat of Bradford county j I man so account of us, as ministers of two stepchildren were nurturedas new pastor for this church. It is very 1,
a town of 1500 population; located MERRY CHRISTMAS I Christ, and stewards of the mysteries tenderly by her as if she hud been I I probable that I will be here andpreach"Sunday. Carr Colley, of Jacksonville, !p 'I
i In the best agricultural section of I! of God. Then comes the immediate their, real mother. Of other relatives I shall have as my Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A .
the State. The Telegraph] wishes a merry holiday ]- reparation.; "Rejoice in the Lord always ] left to mourn her departure is a sister I subject, "God's Great Christmas Gift"As Colley.
+ t Starke la beautifully located; has season to all its patrons. We : and 1 again I say, Rejoice. The Mrs. C. S. Clyatt, of Providence, formerly announced we will return ,
wide paved streats:! lined with trees; hope nothing will happen to mar the 'Lord is at hand." John the Baptists- and a nephew, Mr. C. N. Cooper, of I the courtesy and fellowship of Urxvir isc... $_ -iciirestore ietrA
''r and ] of this time I the Presbyterian brethren in the eve *YI! llt '.m_ juoijy by >nrU>tai .
excellent light, water sewerage pleasures auspcious i comes with his stern call, "Repent ye; Starke. I ) i m)
I systems, well constructed building; which "comes but once a year." Sellers ]- for the kingdom of heaven in at Elzle] Chapel cemetery was chosenas ning by worshipping with them. They rlchlnt!the blood. You."0 soon r..lot,Stnnatimlna.
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with lavUoratlnil L'I" Prim" WaNands'chapped
and worshipped us
as grade and high school second to none; ] have done a big business and hand." "Then cometh Jesus from Gal- her final resting place, as her late I came over F
five churches, broom factory, nationally buyers are satisfied in having gifts ilee to the Jordan unto John to be husband and other relatives sleep I just before I went to conference.
known mineral spring and the best for their loved ones, storehouses are j I baptized 1 of him. And Jesus, when their last sleep there. The remains I M. L. SMITH,
'" stores in the country. Two railroads well Ailed and prospects for the future -I I he was baptized, went pp straightway were accompanied from her late homey Pastor.
I 4 supply] excellent transportation facilities. are bright; therefore we know I from the water: and lo, a voice > Mr. J. A. Ellington and family ?

I' It is one of the largest strawberry that our wish for a merry! Christmas out of the heavens, saying, This is my and Rev. Maines, who conducted the HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY
\ raising sections in the South. ;Ito all will be fulfilled. beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased ] obsequies. Many mourners and a profusion MENTHOIA7UMJieals t
I !" (Revised version). of flowers at the grave testis! Paul Ernest Knight celebrated] his quickly and ,
1 The semi-weekly Plant City Cour. THIS COUNTRY NEEDS Advent leads us to Christmas storyof fled to the love and esteem accordedthe tenth birthday Saturday afternoon, gently. ,\:
ier is one of the best papers publish l the birth of Immanuel (God With deceased. at the home of his parents, Col.! and i .!
i, 4 ed in the state. Editor F. M. Prew- What this country needs is not a | Us). The second person of the Trin- Mrs. D. E. Knight. This beautiful .... '1.
4; itt strives to make his production bet job for every man but a real] man for ity threw off the attributes of the DUPREE-BYRD home, which has-recently been redecorated ,,
; ter and better, and he succeeds. every job.What Godhead and came down and dwelt and newly furnished, was gay I ": ,
this country needs isn't to un.ong men so that men seeing! him Mr. W. J. Dupree, of Jacksonville, with Christmas decorations, poincet-
The league of nations, which has ret' more taxes from the people but I sand listening to his teachings might and Miss\ Nora Elizabeth Byrd, ofLaweey tias and potted plants. I >I
_ V, q never been composed of robust children for the people to get more from the | b t cr., wn to the Father. were united in marriage: by Two tables were laid for rook, )
Is threatened with total collapse .axes. e I Judge Green at his office at noon last which the young people enjoyed during -
x as Turkey wishes to become a What this country needs! Is not I DEATH OF MRS. ELLINGTONThe : Saturday. j the afternoon, the prize, a copy '
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member. If thut comes to pass, they more miles of territory but more Mr. Dupree -4s a native of Aineri- j of Arabian Nights, going: to Rich-
"unspeakable] Turk" will play such miles to the gallon. I many friends of the Ellington cus, Ga., but has made his home in ard Long for highest score.
havoc with the rag dolls and tin soldiers What this country needs isn't more family i i were saddened over the news Jacksonville; for the past few yearn 1 Misses\ : Lucile Mitchell and Hazel] '
si, y T in the nursery till the other young men making speed but more I of the death of Mrs. Laura E. Ellington lIe is a trusted and responsible em- Middleton] each gave readings to the e ''J'JWe
i $ brats will flee through the window. young men planting strawberries. at Ft. Meade, December 5th. HerI iloye] of the S. A. L. railway. His {I delight of those present, and also assisted r
; ,. What this country needs is more I death was quite suddfcn and was caused bride is the talented and charming Mrs. Knight in serving choc-
p The government says there 'was a paint on the old place and less painton by apoplexy. The local] undertakers daughter of Mr. J. W. Byrd of Law- c'ttf, ice cream and cake. grind Our Own Lenses It;!
waste In the building of army can- the young face. I prepared the remains for ship- tey, where she has resided for about Bcrides the young/ host, those en-
tonments. But it was considered trea- What this country needs isn't a ment to Starke, where they were giv- four are. She is highly esteemed j<'Jn6] the afternoon were Lucile NODELAYgaines'iille
-I4 son to suggest such a thing while the lower rate of interest on money buta : en in charge of Funeral] fyrector D. by> a large circle of friends. | J..hr-s, June Bullen!] Iris Brown, Hazel -
waste was going on-Greenville Pied higher interest in work. I C. Jones, and were l>x him conveyedto The couple left on the Seaboard Middleton, Lucile Mitchell Hazel] Florida s
mont. In the hysteria then prevailing What this country needs is to follow ] Elzie] Chapel, Union county, for Limited for Jacksonville where they I Ac'kins; Owen Griffin, Charles] Lucian I
the thieves succeeded in keeping the footsteps of father instead of I interment.The will reside. PicTiliter. Walter McDonald] :'r., Allan ] Iamt.lR )

I s ', up this sentiment until they had gotten the footsteps of the dancing master. deceased, whose maiden name and Richard Long. R COFFINS & CASKETS '

;,, I away with the goods.-Times-Un \was Miss Laura A. Cooper, was born HAS FAITH IN TELEGRAPH And a Full Line of r
ion.d ST. MARK'S CHURCH at Augusta, Ga., July 3, 1850. She 30 CRATES STRAWBERRIES Undtrtakmn' Supplies t
.. """""""**""' % later moved with her parents to'I Although R. S. Humphrey, of this SHIPPED LAST FRIDAYThe ,
,d o' !1The Missionary strawberry was a Service on Christmas eve at 7:31: ''I I Lowndes county and in 1868 clime to city, had his subscription paid up to AUTOMOBILE HEARSE \
1' r: .boon to this section. With mild fall p. in., and on Christmas day there, 1. Florida.] In 1883 she was married) to December 1, 1923, he came in the other largest shipment yet made of Always on band.! The beat scr-
weather, as we have had this season, will b'e the Lord's town service at 10 I''Mr.; R. A. Ellington, and soon after day and planked up enough to pay Bradford county strawberries was des at the lowest prices. Special .
ii.- ,tho Missionary matures so early. ] till a, n- they moved to Bradford county, settling for the Telegraph to December 1, made on Friday last when local ship attention to telegraph or-
:we can begin shipment almost as early While the general thought of vhis i I I near Temples] Mill. A few years 1920. Such treatment makes the pers sent 30 crates to Northern cities. ..L Registered. Embalmer.
l" as South Florida.] As long as we pi'Bi rt is the preparation for the first:: ago.she wad left a widow. Last year newspaper man feel that he is not The market price has dropped from ,
I, ,kept in the ruts of the Klondyke] this and for the second coming of OUILord 'her stepson,,J. A. Ellington, and fam- expending his labors on vain after I fifty cents to thirty-five. Present indications DeWITT C.: JONES I
j I ,was not possible, and we missed the there is special teaching foi' I ily, moved to Ft. Meade, and in Oc- all. It is 'enough to offset many disappointments are that the; 100 crate mark STARKE, FLA I',.
.I' P, {4' high prices paid for preChristmasberries' ,these Sundays. On the first Sundaj' tober !last she was persuaded to leave caused by subscribers will be reached before a freeze strikes 11
I Y ; :H1 'uuuuou..w."W\I" II""""",,"
d ., But in many 'other respects t.I..
4f ILj '' w we are still in the ruts. Let us get
j '" out and travel faster on the road to JANUARY! let WILL'mUNG had"several chances.'to trade for an

prosperity. .. ...JpIPORTANT I CHANGES; automobile but always replies, "Your .
automobile may go and your automo- .

t ,The wares of the grocer, butcher, The coming of the New Year will bile may stop,,bu tI l.keep ageing;: .. Y
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bring about several important chan-
baker and clothing merchants are a
I & needed all\ the time. Dishonest people ges in the ownership of local businesses IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DOWUR *
may escape paying their debts to it ,,1 is said. The changes will
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mean a couple of new merchants.
time but their delinquency The have been disposed
f ahem for some following cases "
1 will soon be made known of lately: ;
s ; I among all the merchants and credit CEMETERY WORKINGAll State vs Zonny Lee, charged with io SHOPPING HEREMal :
; : will\ be refused the shirker wherever having unlawfully a pistol] in his pos-
w : 'he goes und he will have to pay cash interested in Rosewood (better session. Plead guilty and was fined
f Y ; for the goods he daily needs. The known as Prevatt) cemetery are requested : $50 and coats. ""'
a + printer has not the advantage of the to meet there Friday, Jan. iState vs Charley Lee, charged with xf. I
w s. merchants in this respect. His products 5th, next, prepared to clear up and unlawfully] having in his possession a '.
are wanted only occasionally\ beautify the grounds. Bring full bas still for manufacturing liquor. He was ."
and men and women who do not intend kets for lunch on the premises.2t acquitted by a jury composed the t
-' to pay him may, under cover of L. W. KICK LITER. following citizens: G. H. Bennett" Ii
iI' L respectability, fool him to furnish 'foreman, J. G. Boyd James Godwin, 'I
fi 'P '";r r :"them enough of stationery or other STOCK PASSES TEST I J. B. Rhoden, R. B. Dickson _and. Tat<, e Your Selections Now '
r printed mutter to last them for years, (- 'Crosby t
'.then let him whistle for his pay. But Lorenzo Green, proprietors of I State vs' John Griffis, charged' with ,
'th" printers 'are also ', coming wary, Green's Dairy, Is the proud possessorof i selling intoxicating liquor. Case continued | i
".anJ I many who try to pose as ultra. a U. S. government certificate, I on account of illness of witnessfor Select those gifts that will stand the test of durability' .
i -trespectable' people are now put under showing that his herd of cows are in state. the j
appreciative gift. Our goods are of the same high :.
1k ': perfect condition. The test made
U : the same rule as utter strangers was State vs D. Demps, charged with I
I ft a..il notorious( Jeadbeats-they' must by a government veterinary the early passing a worthless] check. Case grade quality as' in former years and are sold with our

,' pay in advance or do without. sp part, of the week. netle pressed by state. usual guarantee.
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) [j What has become of the crickets MAKING. VIEWER .PIPE ':
that u ere"accused of harassing the '--:....:: LAKE BUTLER

strawberry fields some time ago? J. T. Quigley is busy making pipes To assist you, we suggest
., Nothing is heard about them now. for the storm water sewer that is to I Lake Butler] Dec. 22.-Rev. W.: T.
r 4.1 o i 1 Perhaps Imagination magnified thejdamage ''replace] the open ditch running from McGuire, of Ray City, Ga., has been FOR WOMEN CUT GLASS SHERBET SETS :
( :! they really! did while it was 'Cherry to Church street. This ditch conducting a revival meeting at the MANICURE SETS SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
r ( 'I. believed that the plenteous] mole has been a nuisance and expensive to Christian' church here. At one time IVORY COMBS AND BRUSHES CANDLE STICKS ,
+ : cricket was the culprit.] It may really keep up. The pipe, three feet inside he was the pastor of this church and IVORY TOILET SETS IN MANY FOR MENWAIIL'S
hevE"Eeefi"an> other insect in much diameter, is made of best concrete, did a great work. The meetings proved DESIGNS
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{' J smaller" numbers. Some berry grow- reinforced with heavy ''wire netting, a great success. Rev. McGuire is KODAKS i EVERSIIARP FOUNTAIN PENS
'era coitfplained{ ] but little; others made in lengths of five feet. "It will be put held in high esteem here and .bas PENCILS
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS '
I 4 thln .I-\ff much worse than they really ] in place as soon as made. many friends who'were, delighted to FLASHLIGHTS :. I
: FOUNTAIN PENSEVERSHARP SMOKERS' SETS 'x
: : ] ;;wefe; and the shiftless one s have him with them. He called a
PENCILS I
SAFETY RAZORS
v thought that in the crickets they had A HEAL FARMER meeting of the ladies of the church '
a peg otf""which to hang excuses if WITH GOOD HORSES and re-organized the Missionary so STATIONERY THERMOS BOTTLES ,"
CUT GLASS FINE "
PIPES
\'. 1; they were unable to pay their debts. ciety. Thq: members showed a great \
LARGE IVORY MIRRORS CIGARSSTATIONERY t .
t I ;Anyway, the immunity from insectswe There was a time when a farmerwas Interest in the. meeting and a steady PYREX'OVEN WARE .\.'
have enjoyed until lately, because not satisfied unless! he had a fine growth of the society is anticipated. AUCTION
t PINOCHLE SETS
.tof the newness of the country, could team of horses, but since' the advent Wednesday E. W. Miller was"ordained I'OCKET BOOKS
s f ,,+ .... not be expected to last forever." We of the Fords. and other automobiles, 1 as one of the elders:and W. H. CUT GLASS WATER SETS DUN'S FOUNTAIN PENS I

have to do like farmers of other sec.o the majority of the tillers of the soil Osborne ordained as deacon. A great .
JILi! Lions of the country-use sprays and have forgotten the good old teams. deal of enthusiasm is being shown by Candy.. ;
poison against Insects and other Not in every case, however, for W, the members and the church is in fine

v L : things injurious to vegetation. M. Parker, of New River, section,:Is shape. They have called Rev. McGuire Whitmans and Nunnallys Candies in attractive boxes.
a a still the lover of good horses and to fill the 'pulpit for the coming
.\, Prime Minister Bonar Law, of wouldn't be without his faithful anmats. !-, year. Our stock is the largest and best assortment of Candy ever .

!j a ;.; : Great Britain, says Germany is on C. W. Odom, of Jacksonville, arrived had in Starke.CHRISTMAS. '
', s h the brink of a complete collapse. lIe Mr. Parker has an elegant] farm, Sunday to spend the Christmas
I ,;''P urges Germany's creditors to be ]lenient land which grows the best of crops i holidays with his parents, Mr. ,and
J. in exacting the reparations, and each year, and this nets him a hand Mrs. F. Perry Odom. CARDS, SEALS AND TINSELS
I. he intimates that France is running some profit. He has managed, with i O. F. Tomlinson returned Thursday ,
,things into the ground by its Shylock. all his crops, to find time for breeding from Jacksonville where he had beento > ,
ian demands. He is right.\ Those horses. The cnoiceam which :' have one of his eyes removed. During MITCHELL'S DRUG
",(iw held up their hands,? in horror ovft he is now seen driving are handsome, his boyhood he accidentally stucka STORE. ,

? r Germany's .rapacity, cannot convince high-strung bays, three and four' knife in his, eye, ,.and has, always STARKE FLORIDA! "
the world that they are better years old, and they \ ,
any sure pull the buggy been affected. Lately] it has been giving .
I A4, if ;they: .t .""aelves are devoid of along.] It makes a person long him so much pain that he decided .
s t mercy.. Germany has sinned, but she for the good old days when Parker to undergo an operation for its. re, I
should] be allowed to get upon herM comes; along with his.teams. He has' moval.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA r PAGE FIVE' :

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Mr. and Mrs E. R. Poppell and I Grocery Co. I {V, A. Scott, teacher in the DeLand WANTED-We want a reliable man

children motored to Lake Butler Sat public school and coach of the girls' I to represent us in the sale of monuments i..
r urday to visit her parents, Mr. and The year 1023 will be a busy and I basket ball team, is assisting II. C. and headstones in Starke and
Bits of LocalInformation '.i Mrs. II. Tomlinson. interesting one for Bradford county I Wall in his insurance office for the surrounding; section. Permanentand
Learn what is going on by subscribIng week. Tho girls' basket ball team of profitable work. Write at once

The oyster supper given Friday for the Telegraph. Only $2 per DeLand is out for tho championship for agency. Atlas Marble Company,
evening by the Woman's Club, with yean. of the state, having won everythingthey Ball Ground Ga. 12-1-41
Mrs. G. M. Inman as chairman, clear- have played, which speaks well
ed the sum of 3220. Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and children, for !Mr.\ Scott, who is their coach. SEEDS-.1023 catalog. If not already
er-r--f..ee M o.M..rrf.c._a...as..,....T.._... asdt of Crestview, ,Fla., are here to spend I on our list send name and addressfor
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Horace Wilson, of the University the holiday with Mrs. Marshlmrn'aparents Dr. and Mrs. Ned C. Berry, former your ropy. This book will contain -

of Florida, will spend the holidays Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder-, residents of Starke' now living in .valuable information for both
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_. n ,with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ninn. Jacksonville, have many friends here the beginner und expert. Send t
II. C. Wall spent ,Saturday in Jack- Mrs. J. J. Bullen and da--I Wilson. I who will be interested to hear what name promptly. Kilirorc Seed Co., ,
Bonvllle. Misses Isabel and June, I Treat your feet to u pair of I their sons are doing.! The following I. .Plant City, Fla. 12-t-5t,
day in Jacksonvile. Dr. ana Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little W. L. Douglas shoes on sale' at clipping from the Times-Union of the

I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns spent (i son, Leslie, will be Christmas guests Sternberg's.Judge 20th states: Marion Berry, who is attending ]I FOR SALE-Froat Proof Vegetable) ,
Friday in Jacksonville. W. A Scott returned Saturday from of Mrs.! Biggs' father, Mr. Roberts, of the Presbyterian college in ;I| Plants For immediate Rhipmdnt ,t.
(' DeLand to spend the holidays with I Lawtey.G. : and Mrs. A. V. Long and Clinton, S. C., will arrive in Jacksonville ] extra fine stocky plants.' Early f
J. F. Ktckliter'a residence has received his parents, Mr. and Mrs/F. A. Scott. children] little Miss Annie Long, Gus the 20th to upend the holidays :I Jersey, Charleston, (Flat Dutch .
a.new coat of paint. D. Cox-E. M. Thomas and F. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon, with his parents, Df. and Mrs. Ned I cabbage, Big Boston, Iceberg
Mrs. R. 8. Powell returned Monday Flume have fine beet and carrot of Palatka, will be dinner guests on C. Berry. Ilia brother, Cadet LoganC. :I tuce, Early beets, Georgia let)1)1
Say it with handkerchifs, all kinds. from Cocoa, where she has been via- plantings from which shipments will Widnesiiay of Mrs. S. E. lirownleo Berry, U. S. Military Academy, head, Carolina Buncomb

Morgan.S : iting her daughter, Mrs. Carter. soon be made.C. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlve. West Point, N. Y., will arrive on ,I White Plume,celery. Prepaid mail

i Christmas tiny for 8 week's visit with 200 (JO,', 400 $1., 1000 $2.00. Express -
J. Prescott of :Sampson City, was I Mr. and Mrs. George M.-Marks\ 6f A. Futch, city clerk, was a visitor Prof and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and his parents.C. 2000) $Z.50, 5000 $5.00. Parker -
" in town Saturday. I New Smyrna, are the guests of her to Jacksonville on Tuesday. Mr. little daughter, Nettie, will leave this Farms, Atlanta, Ga. 12.22.2t'FOR
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Futch is having his eyes treated bya afternoon for Tallahassee, where they L. Hodges motored to Macclenny f

Get: your fireworks at Bryan's. specialist there. will spend! the holidays with Mrs. Monday. SALE-80 acre farm, -10 acres .

Miss Belle Crawford, of Orlando, Dowling's l'arentsl\lr. and! Mrs Stro- under fence, 25 cleared, 1 1..&
i M E. Hazen, of Brooker, was a spent the week-end as the guest of Mrs. U. J. Beckham and Mrs. M. C. man. Say it with those all-silk hosiery. miles from\ Redford, !good residence,

business! visitor in town Saturday.P. her cousins, land Mrs. J. W. White Tatum, of Hardeeville, S. C., are the Morgan.Dr. barns, smokehouse, etc. Pecan,
weekend visitors of Mr. L. C. Pow
peach, young orange trees and
J. E. Wilson Sat-
A. Crosby, of Brooker, was here Miss Elma Robinette will spend her ell. Mr. and Mrs. came O. L. Haynes spent Tuesday attending grape vines Good land far truckor
Pensacola where had!
I:) Tuessday looking after business. holiday vacation in Perry with her urday from they to business in Jacksonville. orchard. Will take good f
car as
been to attend the funeral of Mr.Wilson's .
:' parents, and will leave Starke today. Mr. and Mrs. La Vt'rne'Vhl'eler, first
mother.. While hero Mr. and first or part of payment; ono
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns spent I II I son and daughter, of New York, spent of her father 1 Dr. E. L Biggs visited his parents third down; balance to unit you.
Thursday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Col. W. T. Weeks and daughter, the past week here enroute to South I Mrs.Col.Wilson W. T.were Weeks.guest ut Lawtey Sunday. Price $ll>00. Apply to S. J. Den'i
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Mrs J. M. Brownlee, were visiting in Florida.
" marks Mulberry, Fla., or P. S. Denmark -
W J. 'Epperson spent Thurs- Jacksonville Thursday I\.frll.! L. A. Davis was a visitor to Raiford Fla. 12-22-31 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canovu, PaulE. "
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day in Jacksonville with relatives. '- Come to Stern's Garage for gas, Jacksonville lust Friday. .
Canova, Jr., Mr. and Mrs E. 10. -
Pearce popular tonsorial ar- washed and
Philip oil and reairs. Cars pol
"I Say it with a good winter coat for tist at he City Barber Shop, is on the ished. Vulcanizing. All sizes of- ires Canova and Mrs. Florence Powellwent Say it with Xmas cards. .MOrllln'8.CENTAVORD. '
t the wife or daughter. Morgan. sick list. changed. 1222tf. to Jacksonville Wednesday to 1886 fi
\ ______ ____ attend the funeral of Mr. Albert C.
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1(1'I II. H. Young made a business trip Mrs. O. L .Beasley is in Tampa Rev. M. L. Smith returned Monday Canova, who was killed in an auto I

'.,1 to Jacksonville Saturday. spending the holidays with her par- evening from Tamps where he attended mobile accident. \ DAVISINSURANCE
; ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. the annual conference of the
I 1', J. iL\Villia--ade;; a business trip Methodist church. W. A. Dubose, who was seriously I

'; to Lakeland the first of the week. Silk hose for men and women.Sternberg's. hurt in an automobile accident sij
Miss Flossie Rigdon has completedher weeks ago, is still in a Jacksonville

Men's flannel shirts, nil sizes, training at St. Luke's hospital' hospital, and slowly improving Mr. I i STARKE
t.i $1.25 to $3.00 at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. II.V.. Raiford, of Jacksonville, and is now at her homein Dubosp hopes to be ablu to return I
FOR SALE Ford light delivery !,
1 1tnla61I061tallNaip01t01on
i Raiford, were visiting friends and Starke. home in a few weeks
truck, in good condition. See K. II.
J. W. Andrews, Jr., received an- shopping in Starke Monday.The '
Smith Smith's I .
at Garage. It i1C1Ut0lWIttNDUllillotCrgN
other carload of Fords Tuesday. Wanted to locate John Thompson, Miss BoBBie' Pearl Tompkiim, who +

residence building on North who lived near Elarbee some 5 or 6 attends the B. II. S., will leave tomorrow STRAYED- ) OR STOLEN .Sablo and- When in Stark Sf iEAT
t Mrs. E. L. Biggs' spent :Friday in Walnut street, owned by J. W. Morgan years ago. D. E. Knight, Starke, to spend Christmas with her parents white female collie. Howard. 11.
r Jacksonville with relatives. is undergoing repairs. Fla. It. in Lake City. She will be accompanied L. Brownlee, Starke. 12-15-tf -
home by her cousin, !Miss I

h Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones was visitor James Kickhter, Harold Wall and II. M. Snyder, popular manager of Iris Brown, who will remain in Lake FOR SALE-Piano In good condition. BOWLING'S QUICK LUNCH

to Jacksonville on Monday. Abe Bessent, Jr., motored to Jack the Jones Hardware Store, is about City during the holidays.Mrs. First $100 takes it. Apply this of. W. ..rv. those delicious
sonville Sunday. < again, after having teen on the sick tide It. Hamburgr Sandwich..
Say it with table linen, towels, and list for several days. J. E. Futch and Miss 1 Elizabeth Apple and Banana
"sech." Morgan. Levy Canova and Joe Wainwright Brownlee, of DeLnnd, came Saturday .'Ol SALE:-Georgia Runner need' always on .al.

enjoyed the week-end fit Kingsleylake. The Outing Sale at Stump'sis to spend! the holidays with !Mr. and peanuts, at six rents per pound, Com I., Him. want. your ".J.
r'' When you motor to Jacksonville goby still in session. 10 cents a yardis Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Col. J. E. Futch cash F. M. White & Son, Lake Park
) way of Baldwin. The road this the sale price for 25c grades.Buy will arrive tomorrow and will be a Ga. 12-22-41 B. M. DOWLING, Prop.

way is.much better, Brandon McNair and daughter,, holiday: Ee.Bt of Mr. and Mrs Brown I )Clllnannmro IDIDQ1CDIDU'Q
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Miss OctavitC, of Jacksonville, passed a Gray car and save the dif lee. WANTED-Man with car to sell

L. C. Powell has, as usual, the finest through here Sunday in their car. en- ference. It's not necessary to spendon Tires and Tubes. Will arrange salnry .' Pile Cured In 6 to 1laVII<< ai
vegetable garden in this section. route to Gainesville. a Gray car. Dan Boree It* Mrs. Agnes! McCormick, Mms Bessie and expenses. with right man. DruWlI.'.ri-ftiml Wonoy If PAZO OIWfENTfj.i. GR
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McCormick, Bill McCormick, Alex Stcrlingworth Tire Co., 472 Main, tuaueltchinaluau( .nenrPnnridlniIPII. "
I liiMiniiiy tull I'vu* Inching sad unvnm"mmm"rnmmmmlllllHmllllllllDlD tunirul :t
; Double mesh hair nets, lOc at P. L. Gaakins of Jacksonville, and Good looking shoes for women Howe and mother, of Gainesville, E. Liverpool, Ohio. It'amncmnIDtawnimnfm.rsnmmnitammm : cW atur tli : Him *ui>1k u. ("riodr .

Sternberg's. H. C. Richard, of Palatka, went to at Sternberg's.Many paused! through here Sunday enrouteto f
!i p Kingsley lake Friday on a huntingand Lawtey for the day. The party @@.../'''*' __ __ --1"'"

F. A. Crowder will spend Christmas fishing! trip. subscriptions to the Telegraph was joined here by I' D. Carpenter,
' in Lake City with his family. expire the first of January who was also a guest' of Mrs A. A. !

Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Neff and chil- Start the new year right by promptly Smith, of Lawtey. Clearing Out at
Dr. O. L. Haynes motored to Jacksonville dren will go to Jacksonville tomorrowto renewing.Rev. .
on Tuesday. spend the Christmas holidays with The first Xmas tree to be seen in

Mr. and Mrs J. B. NefT. and Mrs. S. S. Turley, of Wi- Starke this season in one in the of-
y Men's pure linen handkerchiefs COc. nona Lake, Indiana, spent several fice of Dr. Middleton. Although it was CostBryan
Morgan Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and little son, days here, and Sunday morning: and' empty when viewed by the reporter, .
, of Tallahassee, will be holiday guestsof ; evening: Rev. Turley preached at the I the Doctor says he is sure than Santa
k DeWitt C. Jones was -Dusinesa visitor her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Presbyterian church. will have it filled by next Monday.
to Lake Butler / v
Money
is offering A full line of dry goods.Men' ,
MM. Sid Johnson and ion, Sid, Jr., A pair of Ralston shoes will Men's Shoe t
Ladies Shoes
Hat ,
J. A. J. McKinney;of Sampson City Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr., will .f Plant City, and William Struth, last 2 years.!! Get them at Stern. Children, Stocking
Ladies Stocking. .
was in Starke.. Monday motor to Fernandina tomorrow and Jr., of Jacksonville, will be the holiday -' berg's, Men'. S ck Ladies Undervett, Men's ''v
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spend Christmas with Mr. Davis' slater guests of their parents, Mr. and Underwear Men' Shirt' and Pant at
Dowling& Johns received carloadof Mrs. IIardee.Ginghams Mrs. George Collins entertained the ,
a -_ Mrs William Struth, Sr. ,. Coit. We have decided to close out this
fine horses Workers at her home on Mon-
on Friday last. ,. Merry
line of stock and to do *o we will let everything
worth 25: cents a Hollis Knight, who U attending day evening. \ An exceptionally fine .
i; S. F. Morgan has returned to Starke yard are now selling at 10 centsat Emory University, Atlanta, came evening was tyient by all. Mrs. Collins -I go at cost.

from a trip to North Carolina.A Stump's. home Wednesday night to spend the is fast gaining popularity as a I rz

Christmas vacation with his parents, hostess. This Means Bargains
nice line of toys at Stern- Misses Louise :Fernandez and Mona Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. I ,
,l i berg's. Alderman, who are attending the -* All kinds of building material at \ t
Woman's College in Tallahassee, are J. J. Truby, abed and Boree's Lumber Yard Prices that '" Everything in this line mutt be told be 4

'" '!If it ft shoes you need, look at at home for; the holidays. their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. KI1- save you money. It* I fore January 1.,. We are going.to tell

the values at Stump's, 98 centsto lian, of Black Mountain, N. C., motored regardless of what the goods bring. It
$2.98. Florence, Elizabeth and Leila Dea to Jacksonville Thursday for the Mrs. D. T, Clark, of Jacksonville it bargain time for you at Bryan's.Come .
Andrews will spend Christmas in day.: embroidered a handsome luncheon set in and buy what you need at your'r
III Mrs. W. E.Brown, of Raiford, was Jacksonville with their grandmother, j to be raffled off for the benefit of the I own price.BRYAN .

1 the guest of Mrs. II. L. Brownlee on Mrs. Emma Alvarez. J. W, Goodwin and J. R. Crane of Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs. J. J.

i Monday. i Jacksonville, representatives of the Williams, of Jacksonville, held the
, Buy him a shirt and tie at Journal of that city, were here duringthe fortunate number and received the GROCERY COMPANY '

Miss Florence Matthews spent the Sternberg's. past week .in the interest of their luncheon set, which brought $50.00 by ...
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week-end in Jacksonville with her paper. the Hale of tickets.Wednesday Starke, Florida ...*
aunt, Mrs. Annie Richard. Carlyle Peek will arrive tomorrow
t from Chicago and spend the holidays Mrn. J. C. Robinson and little was a dismal day, a UKiHiwflWffiaKDaKmiKoanMHBnnMnmflfB lIIOIIDWGImIJXDJ)OSS1aNf0AlIpOb6iCWlCIDipmmtaIDUitpO

.', Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. daughter, Vera Claire, were in Jack. cold rain falling the entire day. At ,
Col. E. K. Perryman motored to Lake Peek. nonville Friday, and while there were this writing, Thursday, it Is cloudy, mnHi mmjHijmflpnmffl ,"",mm aRIIIIIIIIIIClHllC aImt.D.
'< Butler Monday. guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Robin but no indications. of cold weather t
Mrs. t* A; Davis, Sr., who has been son. ( coming soon. The rain was welcomedas '
Oscar, the painter, has beautified visiting at the home of her son, L. A. it helped oats, vegetables. and the Xmas
y i the Interior of the court house with Davis, Jr., left Wednesday for her ,' Mrs. C. F. Say leu, of Miami, and strawberries. Local weather prophets Merry ,
big brush. home in Fernandina.* Miss May Peek, of Jacksonville, will I think the holidays will be cool and

x arrive here tomorrow to spend the clear
" Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catherine At the last meeting of the local W. holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S' '
Teare, of Lawtey, were shopping I C. T. U., the organization !gave $3. C. L. Peek. The Methodist Sunday school will To my 'many friends and patrons whom I have
in Starke Friday. to the Children's Home in Jackson- hove a Christmas tree and musical the
served the past year and to those I hope to serve
ville. Mrs. LaMira Graham, 'of Jackson. program Saturday evening! 7:30: at '
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coming I wish joyful and happy Christmas.In
a
and year,
,. The Bradford High School will ville, will attend the Christmas ball the church. The Presbyterian
close today for a, two weeks Christ- Mrs..Nelle Hughes will leave today given at the clubhouse, and while Baptist schools will each have a tree my market I sell the highest quality meats and
i, mas vacation, reopening January 8th. For Savannah, where she will spend be and a splendid Christmas program, at always
I here will the guest of her parents, all kinds of vegetables In season. My prices are
'i :*' Christmas with her sister, Mrs.! C. W.f I I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. their respective churches, on Sunday, fair.
L. II. Partridge'will go to Lake Denny. veiling, which is Christmas eve.

City to spend Christmas with his + Visiting Masons are Invited to join Buy your meats and vegetables here.

,: family, returning. to Starke Tuesday. Mrs. A. E. Fields, of Youngstown, I.with Bradford lodge in attending the Starke father to little son-Every FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND NUTS FOR CHHWrMAS:
Ohio, !is spending the winter with her special sermon to be delivered at the time;[ I try to tell you something about ,
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f :GUI Beasley, of the University of counin Mrs., Ada Sauers, on'Sanderson Baptist church, Sunday evening. Dec. the world's wonder, you lay you (fl.
.i! Florida' arrived yesterday to visitrtiatives. 'street. Hit. ," han. already seers it in the movies. Hemingway's Market
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\ blessed thing you
there a
w* AvMW B W M. BHVMa I Now, ia
I" Mill Aileen Alvarez and nephew, : We have one lot of firework and a iaven'*' seen in the movies T Son- F. G. HEMINGWAY, PROP.Telephone 19
j, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and daughter, Billy Graham, returned Sunday froma small let of Christmas toys, also a Dunno, paw. But if you'll let me go :
. it Hazel, spent ;Saturday in Jacksonville visit in Jacksonville -vth! Mri. La. few vaaei.y that.will be sold at rea- every time there'. a show mebbe I _. .... r ..._... .-

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Bradford
,r County Telegraph a producer and a consumer of r awakenfng.( "Now it is high time them rate is too high, oe because It looks like a Bradford coun.

; 4 material, till the world's | to awake out of sleep' ; for now is Mrs. Ellington always had strong they can borrow tho paper from a strawberry year.

f -":, Published weekly and entered as balance cannot reach equilibrium our salvation nearer than when we be- religious tendencies. When eleven neighbor, who subscribes. ,Mr. Hum LOCAL MAN FINED
' long as she is starving. Bonar lieved. The night is far spent, the years old, she joined the Baptist phrey is an enlightened, public spirited ,
+ second class matter at the post $5.00 AND
1 make this all occasion to hint day is at hand: let us therefore castoff church and was consistent memberof man, who recognizes the good the COURT COST
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r' office at Starke Florida.._ the inter-allied debt should also the w6rks of darkness, and let us that sect until 1868,when her con- local paper does, and who believes in -
-,=--==:-.-=- -- extinguished.! Well, as fur as put on the armour of light. Then 'ictions caused her to adopt the doe- the motto, "live and, let live." Grover Sweat, local saw miller mn
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner cerns Uncle Sam, he never had comes Bible ''Sunday, which has been trines of the Methodists, and she was was fined $5.00 and costs in m

i hope of collecting his portion. observed as l long as the Prayer Book a member of that church until her METHODIST NOTES city court on Monday morning '.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY will grumble, but will accept the has existed. "That we through pa- death. ,She kept faith with God and Mayor Ct L. Peek.

:fit 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE evitable and charge it to profit tience'and comfort of the ''Scriptures man and led the life of one who is a Don't forget the Christmas tree on Sweat was arrested as the OUtc"lD.of <

I Per Year ____: _______..u$2.00 loss. The lesson he learned I might have hope." Ieaven and Christian in deeds as well as words, Saturday evening, but I know youwon't. n street fight near the corner s>
worth it, and it will be long earth shall pass away: but my words and this gained for her many sincere Call and Walnut streets on Sunauv
he again mixes himself up with shall not pass away." Then follows 'riends. I I afternoon. ,Sweat's opponent !suflVod!
'+ STARKE, FLORIDA ropean troubles.A the thought of the ministry. "Let a Mrs. Ellington had no children, but Brother Simpson, of Bronson, is the from his display of fistic ability.
Is: the county seat' of Bradford coun- I man so account of us, as ministers of her two stepchildren were nurtured :knew I pastor for this church. It is very

ty, a town of 1500 population; b located !MERRY CHRISTMAS I I Christ, and stewards of the mysteriesof as tenderly by her as if she had been :I probable that I will be here and Carr Colley, of Jacksonville, spa,, }
In the beet agricultural section of i I God." Then comes the immediate their real mother. Of other relatives preach Sunday. I shall have as my Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W 4.

the State. The Telegraph wishes a merry I reparation.; "Rejoice in the Lord always left to mourn her departure is a sillter I(I subject, "God's Great Christmas Gift"As Colley.
announced will return -
1 Stark Is beautifully located; has iday season to all I its patrons. : and again I say, Rejol e. The Mrs.\ C. S. Clyatt, of Providence, formerly we
". wide paved streets lined with trees; hope nothing will happen to mar Lord is, at hand." John the Baptist' and a nephew, Mr. C. N. Cooper, of I the courtesy and fellowship of Uriw,a 1'&&'>4.' *;_ M;:;:i s Bra

I r j excellent light, water and sewerage pleasures of this auapcioua I I comes with his stern call, "Repent ye; Starke. I the Presbyterian brethren in the eve nat-.rei vitality*nu many by i-orlfylcm and

f systems well constructed building; which "comes but once a year." for the kingdom of heaven is at Elzic Chapel cemetery was chosenas ning by worshipping with them.with They rli.hlnU entnenvleoratlox the! \!blood. You Lfl,....an.. Prim BOOQ htlJH sea Stnauat"
and worshipped us
'6 grade and high school second to none; lers have done a big business hand." "Then Cometh Jesus from Gal- her final resting place, liS her late I came over t
p five churches, broom factory, nationally buyers are satisfied in having ilee to the Jordan unto John to be husband and other relatives sleep I just before I went to conference.M. .
.: known mineral spring and the best for their loved ones, storehouses 't baptized of him. And Jesus, when their last sleep there. The remains L. SMITH,

j1. ,,-,' stores in the country. Two railroads well filled\ and prospects for the he was baptized, went pp straightwayfrom were accompanied from her late homey Pastor.
q supply excellent transportation facilities. ture are bright; therefore we the water; and lo, a voice > Mr. J. A Ellington and family Hands chapped?

k \ It is one of the largest strawberry that our wish for a merry j i out of the heavens, saying, This is my and Rev. Maines, who conducted the HAPPY BIRTHDAY I'ARTY t
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MENTHOLA7UMheals
I'' j\\\'\ ,r raising sections In the South. to all will be fulfilled. beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased obsequies. Many mourners and a profusion a
,1 ,"t" I !" (Revised version). of flowers at the grave testified Paul Ernest Knight celebrated his I quickly and

1 The semi-weekly Plant City Courier THIS COUNTRY NEEDS Advent leads us to Christmas storyof to the love and esteem accordedthe tenth, birthday Saturday afternoon, gently. ,
c is one of the best papery published _____ I' the birth of Immanuel (God With : deceased. at the home of his parents, Col. and
K' G' ; ed in the state. ,Editor F. M. Prew- What this country needs is not Us). The second person of the Trin- Mrs. D. E. Knight. This beautiful ..... "
7 itt strives to make his production better job for every man but a real man ity threw off the attributes of the DUPREE-BYKD home, which has'recently been redec- I,
,i and better, and he succeeds. ''every job.What Godhead and came down and dwelt orat&l 1 and newly furnished, was gay ,
: this country needs isn't an.ong men so that men seeing him Mr. W. J. Dupree, of Jacksonville, with Christmas decorations, poineet-

s "; The league of nations, which has get more taxes from the people and listening{ to his teachings mightb and Miss Nora Elizabeth Byrd, of ties and potted plants.
4 '- never been composed of robust children for the people to get more from I r ('v. wn to the Father. j Lawtey, were united in marriage by Two tables were laid for rook,
is threatened with total col- taxes 4 Judge Green at his office at noon last which the young people enjoyed during 1 1d
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A 1'ipse, as Turkey wishes to become a What this country needs is DEATH OF MRS. ELLINGTON Saturday.Mr. the afternoon, the prize, copy
a ";. member. If that comes to pass, the more miles of territory but I Dupree{ a native of Ameri- I lof Arabian Nights, going to Richard -

-+ ; "unspeakable Turk" will play such miles to the gallon. I The many friends of the Ellington cus, Ga., but has made his home in I Long for highest score. "' 1I
havoc with the rag dolls and tin soldiers What this country needs isn't i I family were saddened over the news Jacksonville for the past few years I Misses Lucile Mitchell and Hazel ,\
' rk; I in the nursery till the other young men making speed but ,i of the death of Mrs. Laura E. Elling- He is a trusted and responsible em- I Middleton each gave readings to the .
p -' brats will flee through the window. young men planting strawberries. j i ton at Ft. Meade, December 6th. Her : ploye of the S. A. L. railway. His i l delight of those present, and also assisted ':\

Y h What this country needs is j II death was quite suddt-n and was caus- bride is the talented and charming I I Mrs. Knight in serving choc- "II.I
The government says there 'was a. paint on the old place and less ed by apoplexy. The local undertakers daughter of Mr. J. W. Byrd, of Law- c'ate. ice cream and cake. We Our Lenses
Own :
waste in the building of army can on the young face. i I prepared the remains for ship- tey, where she has resided for about I Derides the young host, those en- Cjrind ::
i!+i lr tonments. But it was considered treason What this country needs isn't ment to Starke, where they were given four years. She is highly esteemed jtying the afternoon were Lucile NODELAYQainesVille. ,1\t\
f", suggest' such a thing while the lower rate of interest on money : in charge of Funeral Iyrector D. by a large circle of friends. J'Jir-s, June Bullen!! irk Brown, Ha- '
"f' waste was going on-Greenville Pied- higher interest in work. I I C. Jones, and were bj him conveyedto The. couple left on the Seaboard zel Middleton, Lucile Mitchell, Hazel Florida -
:' mont. In the hysteria then prevailing What this country needs is to Elzie Chapel, Union County, for limited for Jacksonville where they Aokins: Owen Griffin, Charles Lucian f rd$
+ the of father instead will reside. McDonald :'r. Al- 1JUiUI'J>qm"nma 1W1t!t1
4 {, the thieves succeeded in keeping low footsteps I interment.The Piokliter, Walter ,
,r. r, ', up this sentiment until they had got- : the footsteps of the dancing deceased, whose maiden name lan and Richard Long. COFFINS & CASKETS i
&1, '; ; I away with the goods.-Times-Un- was Miss Laura A.; Cooper, was bornat HAS FAITH IN TELEGRAPH I And a Full Line ofUndertakers' "
','' ten. ST. MARK'S CHURCH Augusta, Ga., July 3, 1850. She 30 CRATES STRAWBERRIES
:', 'r' .. later moved withher parents to Although R. S. Humphrey, of this SHIPPED LAST FRIDAYThe .. Supplies t ,t.+,.

t i sl j I" The Missionary strawberry was a Service on Christmas eve at I Low rules county and in 1RR8 ClIme to city, had his subscription paid up to AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
f -boon to this section. With mild fall p. m., and on Christmas day Florida. In 1883 she was married to December 1, 1923, he came In the other -, largest shipment yet made of Always on band. The best ser-
''i. weather, as wo have had this season, will be the Lord's ,own service at I Mr. R. A. Ellington, and soon after day and planked up enough to pay : Bradford county strawberries was vlr at the lowest prices. Spe-
.. :the, Missionary matures so early till n. n/ 1 they moved to Bradford county, set- for the Telegraph to December 1, made on Friday last when local ship- dal attention to telegraph/ oral 0',
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U'f' 1 we can begin shipment almost 'as early While the general thought of I tling near Temples Mill. A few years 1920. Such treatment makes the pers sent 30 crates to Northern cities. Registered Embalmer.
,1. as South Florida. As long as we nei'Bi rt is the preparation for the ago.she was' left a widow. Last year newspaper man feel that he is not The market price has dropped from

:J kept in the ruts of the Klondyke this and for the second coming of her stepson,,J. A. Ellington, and famIly expending his labors on vain after fifty cents to thirty-five. Present Indications '- DeWITT C.: JONES I .1
was not possible, and we missed the Lord, there is special teaching I moved to Ft. Meade, and in October all. It is 'enough to offset many disappointments are that the; 100 crate mark STARKE, FLA
,', l ; high prices paid for pre-Christmas ,these Sundays. On the first last she was persuaded to leave caused by subscribers will be reached before a freeze strikes !J I IHnwWW
7J }y.: berrl ll.. But in many other respects _. has'I : we are still in the ruts. Let us get -- -
rl JAN.UARY! lit WILL'BRING hadTievcVal
1 chances-to trade for an
faster road to
the
out, and travel on
prosperity. .. (''UU'OItTANT.- -. .ClI. automobile but always replies, "Your .
t k automobile may go and your automo- .

'? butcher The coming of the New Year bile may stopJbut t.I...!keep a-going.;: I
e Y F'i," The wares of the grocer, bring about several important ..
baker and clothing merchants are
j needed all the time. Dishonest people ges in the ownership of local b IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DO R 4
nesses, it ,1" said. The changes
'nay escape paying their debts to
mean a couple of new merchants.
f them for some time, but their delinquency The following cases have been disposed 4r
1 will soon be made known of lately:
yf w i among all the merchants and credit CEMETERY WORKING State vs Zonny Lee, charged with SHOPPING HERE7 7
;t ( will be refused the shirker wherever having unlawfully a pistol> in his pos- r
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J t he goes and he will have to pay cash All interested in Rosewood ( session. Plead guilty and was fined io :
rj4 for the goods he daily needs. The known as Prevatt) cemetery are $50 and costs f1 I
f printer has not the advantage of the quested to meet there Friday, iState vs Charley Lee, charged with ,;.-. t
+ k. merchants in this respect. Ills prod- 6th, next, prepared to clear up unlawfully having in his possession a ,f1a4'
''ucts are .wanted only occasionally, beautify the grounds. Bring full still for manufacturing liquor.'He was a4 I
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: "and men and women who do not intend kets for lunch on the premises.2t acquitted by a jury composed of the ,

+ ,.' to pay him may, under cover; of L. W. KICKLITER. following citizens: G. II. Bennett, I,'
fs ', 'respectability, fool him to furnish foreman, J. G. Boyd, James Godwin; rv

n ,A 't (,, 'tliem enough of stationery or otheri STOCK ,PASSES TEST J. B. Rhoden, R. B. Dickson and, Tate< Make 'Your Selections Now
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printed matter to last them for years, Crosby. I I
,i then let him whistle for his pay. But Lorenzo Green, proprietor State vs John Griffis, charged with :
a'' '" 'the, printers 'are also becoming wary, Green's Dairy, is the proud selling intoxicating liquor. Case continued <*, I k
r ultra- of a U. S. government Select those gifts that will stand the of j
!and: many who try to pose as on account of illness of witness test durability ':
respectable people are now put under showing that his herd of cows for state. the '
i A appreciative gift. Our goods are of the same high (
perfect condition. The test
strangers was
;: the fame rule as utter State vs D. Demps, charged; with
5 + 1 kiirt'1' notorious Joadbeats' -they must by a government veterinary the passing a worthless check.. Case grade quality asx in former years and are sold with our ,i
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Ib' gkiy'i'% ,pay In advance or do without. ( part I of the week. netle pressed by state. usual guarantee. v '
I Ibat fn ... ,
r n of the crickets !MAKING NEWER PIPEr
>!>J d \\- has become -" LAKE: BUTLER \
!Vthateie.accuscd of harassing the
y, t, ';;\strawberry fields some time ago? J. T. Quigley is busy making To assist you, toe suggestFOR
L Nothing is heard about them now. for the storm water sewer that Lake Butler, Dec. 22.: -Rev. W; T
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//I : i Perhaps imagination magnified; the I replace the open ditch running / : McGuire, of Ray City, Ga., has been WOMEN CUT GLASS SHERBET SETS
+ j damage they really! did while It was I Cherry to Church street. This conducting a revival meeting at the MANICURE SETS SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
t| believed that the plenteous mole has been a nuisance and Christian' church here. At one time IVORY COMBS AND BRUSHES CANDLE STICKS .

ti crickat was the culprit. It may really keep up. The pipe, three feet he was the pastor of this church and IVORY TOILET SETS IN MANY FOR MENWAIIL'S '
a' KavffTTeen'"'an other Insect in much 'diameter, is made of best did a great work. The meetings proved DESIGNS
I FOUNTAIN PENS .
'1 Smaller numbers. Some berry growers reinforced with heavy '''wire a great success. Rev; McGuire is KODAKS ,t EVERSIIARP PENCILS
4; ; .' coitfplained[ but little; others made in lengths of five feet. It will be held in high esteem here and has PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS FLASHLIGHTSSMOKERS'

I \ thlnlllf- l iroich worse than they real. in place as"soon as made., many friends who'were. delighted to FOUNTAIN PENSEVERSHARP SETS .,I ,j
I ly ;vcre," and) the shiftless ones have him with them. lie called a PENCILS SAFETY RAZORS
thought that in the crickets they hut A REAL FARMER meeting of the ladies of the church STATIONERY
THERMOS
BOTTLES
fir, ; Y a peg oTTTVhich to, hang excuses If WITH GOOD and re-organized the Missionary so- CUT GLASS FINE PIPES ,
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'\, they were unable to pay their debts. ciety. The members showed a great LARGE IVORY MIRRORS :
CIGARSSTATIONERY 'i ,
+?r t :Anyway, the Immunity from insects There was" a timo when a interest in the. meeting and a steady PYREX'OVEN WARE !,.. "
I we have enjoyed until lately, because was not satisfied unless he had a growth of the society is ,anticipated. AUCTION PINOCHLE SETS "
POCKET \
BOOKSDUN'S
S", ,of the newness of the country, could team of horses, but since the Wednesday E. W. Miller jvas11 ordain- CUT GLASS WATER SETS .
,......_ not be expected: to last forever.' We of the Fords and other ed as one of the elders, and W. II. FOUNTAIN PENS _
have to do like farmers of other sections the majority of the tillers of the Oaborne ordained as deacon. A great

d ,i. ;' of the country-use sprays and have forgotten the good old deal of enthusiasm is being shown by Candy.. :. 1
poisons against insects and other Not In every case, however, for the members and the church I is in fine

d .., things injurious to vegetation. M. Parker, of New River, section shape. They,' have called Rev. McGuire Whitmans' Nunnallys Candies in attractive boxes.
\\, '. still the lover of good horses to fill the "pu'pit' for the coming

'. ._.. Prime Minister Bonar Law, of wouldn't be without his faithful year.C. Our stock is the largest and best assortment of Candy ever..

: s Great Britain, says Germany is on : mals. W. Odom, of Jacksonville, arrived had in Starke.CHRISTMAS.
? ;h ; the brink of a complete,collapse., lie I Mr. Parker has an elegant fa '' Sunday to spend the Christmas
wi( urges Germany's creditors to be lenient land which grows the best of I holidays with his parents, Mr..and
f in exacting the reparations, and! each year, and this nets him a Mrs. F. Perry*Odom. \ CARDS SEALS AND TINSELS

I va he intimates that France is running some profit. He has managed, j, O. F. Tomlinson returned Thursday '" '

;r .y ',' 'I':: ,.J. ,things Into the ground by its ,Shylock- all his crops, to find time for from Jacksonville where he had beento '.' ,
,; \; a ian demands. lie is right. Those log horses. The cnoice gram, :: have one of his eyes removed. Dur- MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
I, '1t ?,tLo held up their hands in .horror ov- he is now seen driving are : ing his boyhood he accidentally stucka
ft Germany's rapacity; cannot coaVjnce high-strung bays, three and knife in his?eye, and has..always STARKE. .
6j.a ( the world* that they are any better years old, and they .sure pull the been affected. Lately it has been giving \ FLORIDA1
i if :they-J eBJMlves are devoid of gy, along. It makes a person ) him so much pain that he decidedto "
to I -nercy. Germany has sinned, but she for the good old days when I I undergo an operation for Us removal I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922. PAGE FIVE: l
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I Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Poppell and I I Grocery Co. I I W. A. Scott, teacher in the'DeLand WANTED-We want a reliable man-
children motored to Lake Butler Sat- public school
and coach of tho girls' I to represent us in the sale of monuments
urday to visit her parents. Mr. and The year 1923 will be a busy and I basket ball team, la assisting H. C. and headstones in Starke and-
Bits of LocalInformation Mrs. H. Tornlinson. interesting one for Bradford county. Wall in his insurance office for the surrounding section. Permanent;
4' Learn what is going on by subscrib- week. The girls' basket ball team of and profitable work. Write at once
The oyster supper given Friday ing for the Telegraph. Only $2 per DeLand is out for tho championship for agency. Atlas Marble Company
evening by the Woman's Club, with yeah? of tho state having won everythingthey Bull Ground, Ga. 12-1-41
Mrs. G. M. Inman as chairman clear- have played, which speaks well
ed the of $32.20. Mrs. E. R Marshburn and children, for SEEDS 1923!
Mr.
sum who If
Scott is their coach. catalog not alreadyon
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j f.w M ... c._ tr ... T_ of Crestview tf''lu., are here to spend I I our list send name and address
Horace Wilson of the University the holidays with Mrs. Murahtmrn's Dr. and Mrs. Ned C. Berry, former for your copy. This book will con
of Florida will spend the holidays parents, Mr. and Mr. G. W. Alder- residents of Starke now living in tain'valuable information for both
-- with his parents Mr. and !Mrs. E. L. man. I Jacksonville, have many friends here the beginner and) expert. Send
II. C. Wall spent Saturday in Jack Mrs. J. J. Bullen and daughters, I Wilson.! I who will be interested to hear what name promptly. Kilgore Seed Co.?
sonville. Misses Isabel and June spent Satur- Treat your feet to a pair of I their sons are doing. The following ..Plnnt City, Fla.: 12-I-5t,
day in Jacksonvilc. Dr. an'd !Mrs. :E. L. Biggs and little \V. L. Douglas shoes on sale at ,' clipping from the Times-Union of the )I,

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns spent I(!son, Leslie will be Christmas guests Sternberg's.Judge 20th states: Marion Berry who Is attending FflR SALE-Frost Proof VegetuWa/ ,
Friday In Jacksonville.J. W. A. Scott returned Saturday from of Mrs. Biggs' father, Mr. Roberts, of the Presbyterian college in Plants. For immediate shipment

DeLand to spend the holidays with II Lawtey. and Mrs. A. V. Long and Clinton, S. C., will arrive in Jacksonville extra fine stocky plants. Early
F. Kickliter's residence has received his parents Mr. and Mrs/F. A. Scott. children, little Miss Annie long/ Gus tho 20th to spend the holidays Jersey, Charleston, Flat Dutch
anew coat of paint. G. D. Cox-E. M. Thomas and F. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon with his 'parents, Dr. and Mrs NedC. cabbage, Big Boston, Iceberg lettuce -
Mrs. R. S. Powell returned Monday Flume have fine beet and carrot of Palatka, will bo dinner guests on Berry. His brother, Cadet! LoganC. Early beets, Georgia Whitehead -
Say it with handkerchifs all kinds. from Cocoa, where she has been visiting plantings from which shipments! will Wednesday of Mrs. S. E. Brownleeand Berry, U. S. Military Academy Carolina Buncomb collard .

r Morgan. her daughter, Mrs. Carter. soon be made. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hrownlee. West Point N. Y., will arrive on White Plume,celery. Prepaid mail

f Christmas day for a wt''k's1111t with 200 lOc\ 400 $1., 1000 $2.00. Express
S J. Prescott of Sampson City was Mr. and !Mrs. George M...Marks, 6f C, A. Futch, city clerk was a visi- Prof and Mrs. S. S. Howling and his parents. 2000 $ .50, 1 5000 $5.00.) Parker -
in town Saturday.Get New Smyrna, are the guests of her tor to Jacksonville on Tuesday. Mr.
little daughter, Nettle, will leave this Farms, Atlanta, Ga. 12.22.21'FOR
parents Mr. and Mrs. A: M.Darby. Futch is having his eyes treated bya afternoon for Tallahassee where they C. L. Hodges motored to Mncclen-
: fireworks at Bryan's.H .
your specialist there. will spend the holidays with Mrs. ny Monday. SALE-80( acre farm 40 acres.
Miss Belle Crawford, of Orlando,
Dowling's parents Mr. and Mrs. Stro- I under fence, 25 cleared, 1 1-,t
i E. Hazen of Brooker, was a spent the week-end as the guest of Mrs. U. J. Betkham and !Mrs. M. C. man. Say it with those all-silk hosiery. miles from Raiford good residence
I busiresa visitor in town Saturday. her cousins M/1. and !Mrs. J. W. White Tatum, of Hardeeville S. C., are the Morgan. barns, smokehouse, etc. Pecan,, +
week-end visitors of Mr. L. C. Pow
' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson clime Saturday peach, young orange trees anti
A. of here Robinette will her
P. Crosby Brooker was Miss Elma spend ell. Dr. O. L. Haynes spent Tuesday attending
vines. Good, land for truck
from Pensacola where they had grape :
Tuessday looking: after business. holiday vacation in Perry with her to business in Jacksonville. {
been to attend the funeral of Mr. or orchard. Will take good car as
will leave Starke today.
and
parents Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Wheeler w
Wilson's mother. While here Mr. and first or part of first payment; unt!
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns spent I' son and daughter, of New York spent Dr. E. I.. Biggs visited his parentsat
,
third down balance
Thursday in Jacksonville. Col. W. T. Weeks and daughter tho past week here enroute to South Mrs. Wilson were guests of her father Lawtey Sunday. ; to suit J'uu. 1
+ in Col. W. T. Weeks. Price $1500. Apply to S. J. Denmark
!Mrs. J. M. Brownlee were visiting Florida.
Mulberry FIn I' S. Denmark
or -
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Mrs. W J. 'Epperson spent Thursday Jacksonville Thursday.
Mrs L. A. Davis was a visitor to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cnnovu, Paul Raiford, Flu 12-22-3t
in Jacksonville with relatives.
for
r Come to Stern's Garage gas, Jacksonville last Friday. .
__ Pearce popular tonsorial artist washed and E. Canovn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.\ E. F. -
MW> HK HKBBKMHMM l> H H MB Philip oil and reairs. Cars pol-
" Say it with a good winter coat for at he City Barber Shop, is on the ished. Vulcanizing. All sizes of tires Canova and Mrs. 1 Florence' Powell)) Say it with Xmas cards Morgan's.
I the wife or daughter. Morgan. sick list. changed. 1222tf. went to Jacksonville Wednesday, to 1886
-Bwi-i><(_ ___ I attend the funeral of Mr. Albert C.
\ II. H. Young made a business tripto Mrs. O. L .Beasley is in Tampa Rev. M. L. SmiK returned Monday Canova, who was killed in an automobile -

Jacksonville Saturday.J. spending the holidays with her par- eveningfrom Tampa, where he attended accident. % ] DAVISINSURANCE"r
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. the annual conference of the. ENTAVORI
II. Williams made a business. trip Methodist church. W. A. Dubose who wait seriouslyhurt '
1 to Lakeland the first of the week. Silk hose for men and women. in an automobile accident sij I

1 Sternberg's. Miss Flossie Rigdon has completedher weeks ago la still in a Jacksonville 1
: Men's flannel shirts, tall sizes I training at St. Luke's hospital, hospital, and slowly improving. Mr. STARKE
: $1.25: to $3.00 at Stump's.! 'Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Raiford, of : Jacksonville and is now at her,home Duboxp hopes to be nblu to return I, ',
, B B BBBMVM B Raiford, were visiting friends and in Starke. home in a few weeks FOR SALE-Ford !ight.lIvt'ry\ i
J. W. Andrews Jr. received truck, in good condition. See E. H.
i an- shopping in Starke Monday. I'
other carload of Fords Tuesday. Wanted to locate John Thompson, Miss BeHsiu ]1'c.url Tompkins| who Smith at Smith's Garage. It It, ( 6lpowoo0oowQwamootumm: ( ) *joe
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i The residence building on North who lived near Elarbee some 5 or C attends the B. II. S., will leave tomor- STRAYED OR STOLEN_Sable and- When in Stark
; Mrs. E. L. Biggs'spent Friday in Walnut street, owned by JV.. Morgan years ago. D. E. Knight Starke, toW to spend Christmas with her parents whitu female collie. Reward. II.
, Jacksonville with relatives. is undergoing lepairs. Fla. It. in Lake City. She will, be accompanied L. Brownlee Starke. 12-15-tf -EAT-
I home by her. cousin, Miss e i

Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones was visitor James Kickliter, Harold Wall and H. M. Snyder, popular manager of Iris I'.rown, who will remain in Luke FOR SALE-Piano in good condition. AT OWUNG'S QUICK LUNCH

to Jacksonville on Monday. Abe Bossent, Jr., motored to Jacksonville the Jones Hardware Store, is about City during the holidnys. First $100() takes it. Apply this of. W. ..n. thoic delicious i
Sunday. < I again after having been on the sick fice. It. Hamburgir Sandwich..
Say it with table linen towels and list for several days. Mrs. J. E. Futch and Miss Elizabeth Apple and Banana
"sech." Morgan. Levy Canova and Joe Wainwright Brownlee of DeLnnd, came Saturday FOIl SALE-Georgia Runner seed Jway on *al.

enjoyed the week-end itt Kingsley The Outing Sale at Stump'sis I to spend the holidays with Mr. and peanuts, at six rents per pound, Com in. want tfatff .
turn your
When you motor to Jacksonville goby : lake. I, still in session. 10 cents a yardis 'Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Col. J. :E. Futch cash. F. M. White & Son, Lake Park
way of Baldwin. The road this .., the sale price for 25c grades.Buy I will arrive tomorrow and will be a Ga. 12-22-41 B. M. DOWL1NG, Prop.IIIDmwmmCUll1lMJCllGllnlDmdllllmCI .
way is,much ,better Blandon: McNair and daughter .holldayguest of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee. ) / IIIIIGIDIIICI\tI
Miss Octavitf of Jacksonville passed a Gray car and save the dif- ." WANTED-Man with car to sell

1 L. C. Powell has, as usual the finest through here Sunday in their car. en- ference. It's not necessary'to spendon Tires and Tubes. Will arran fo Piles Cured 'la. A to 14 Days
vegetable garden in this .section. route to Gainesville. a Gray car. Dan Bores It* t Mrs. Agnes McCormick Mms Bessie ary and expenses with right sal-1 Dnllt l.t.rvftmd hinncr If PAZO fWNTt'ENTfU.i; ,
I McCormick, Bill McCormick Alex Sterlingworth Tire Co., 472 \ lu euro iLihlni Olluil/ 'llnedlM or Pnitnullua! HI .. .,,'
1 Double mesh hair nets, lOc aSternberg's. P. L. Gaskins of Jacksonville and I Good looking shoes for women : Howe and mother, of Gainesville E. Liverpool Ohio. It'taQNtaIDtaQNtaIDQQatafQatQtlm1QIDiIIQtD10 talr.I::{ ; :.( :th Ittbtnii:: t Paen nui.Ucn.iou.. .ml you frwarClearing cin Lu +

H. C. Richard, of Palatka, went to at Sternberg's. passed. through here Sunday enrouteto 'M"IDaffiIOl01CiQIDtA
Kingsley lake Friday on a huntingand Lawtey for tho dny. The party r ( II c!> ; 'In
F A. Crowder will spend Christmas fihing trip. Many subscriptions to the Tele- was joined here by P, D. Carpenter '
in Lake City with his family.Dr. graph expire the first of January. who was also a guest of Mrs. A. A. !
Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Neff and chil- Start the new year right by promptly Smith of Lawtey. Out at
O. L. Haynes motored to Jack- dren will go to Jacksonville tomorrowto renewing.Rev. .
' sonville on Tuesday. spend the Christmas holidays with The first Xmas tree to be. seen in
, ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Net and Mrs. S. S. Turley of' Wi- Starke this season Is one in the office -
} Men's pure linen handkerchiefs 50c. nona Lake Indiana spent several of Dr. Middleton. Although it was CostBryan
Morgan,' Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and little son, days here, and Sunday morning and empty: when viewed by the reporter
of Tallahassee will be holiday guests evening Rev. Turley preached at tne the Doctor says he is sure than Santa ,
DeWitt C. Jones was Business visitor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- Presbyterian church. will have it filled by next Monday.
to Lake Butler Monday. / varez. v
Mr J. ''Sid Johnson and 80n. Sid, Jr., A pair of Ralston shoes will' is offering full line of dry goods,
J. A. J. McKinney 'Sampson City Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Jr., will af Plant City, and William S|ruth, last 2 years. Get them at Stern- Men's Hats Ladies Shoes Men's Shoes + '

was in Starke, Monday. motor to Fernandina tomorrow and Jr., of Jacksonville will be the holiday berg's, Ladies Stockings Children. Stockings t
.spend Christmas with. Mr. Davis' sister guests of their parents Mr. and Men. Sjacks, Ladies Undervests, Men'sUnderwear

Dowling & Johns received a carload ___Mrs. Hardee.Ginghams Mrs William Struth, Sr. Mrs. George Collins entertained the Men's Shirt', and Pants at I
We have decided close out this
of fine horses on Friday last. > "* Merry :Workers at her home on Mon- Cost. to SFs
'. worth 25; cents a Hollls Knight, who is attending day evning. 1 An exceptionally fine line of stock and to do so we will let every '

S S. F. Morgan has returned to Starke yard are now selling at 10 centsat Emory University Atlanta came evening was f pent by all. Mrs. Collins thing go at cost.

: I from a trip to North Carolina. Stump's. home Wednesday night to spend the Is fast gaining popularity as 11hQstesll. 9 as

" Christmas vacation with his parents This Means Bargains
A nice line of toys at Stern- Misses Louise Fernandez and Mona Col. and, Mrs. D. E. Knight.
berg's. Alderman who are attending the _t All kinds of building material at
: Woman's College in Tallahassee, are J. J. Truby, Miss Mabel Weller and i Boree's Lumber Yard. Prices that .. Everything in this line mutt be told before 4+
'!If it IS shoes you need, look at at home for: the holidays. their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kil- 'save you money. It* j January Is!. We are going to tell
the values at Stump's 98 centsto I lian, of Black Mountain N. C., motored regardless of what the good bring. It
$2.98. Florence Elizabeth and Leila Dea i to Jacksonville Thursday for the Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville i* bargain time for you at Bryan't. .
Andrews will spend Christmas in day.' embroidered a handsome luncheon set Come in and buy what you need at your
F
Mrs. W. E.'Brown. of Raiford, was Jacksonville with their grandmother to be raffled off for the benefit of the I own price.
the guest of Mrs. II. L. Brownlee on Mrs. Emma Alvarez. J. W, Goodwin and J. R. Crane, of Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs. J. J.
I Monday. i Jacksonville, representatives of the Williams of Jacksonville, held the
Buy him a shirt and tie at Journal of that city were here duringthe fortunate number and received the BRYAN GROCERY COMPANY
T Miss Florence Matthews spent' the Sternberg's. past week in the interest of their luncheon set, which brought f 50.00 by v
s week-end in Jacksonville( with her paper. the sale of tickets.WedneBday Starke, Florida +' .
aunt, Mrs. Annie Richard. Carlyle Peek will arrive tomorrow I IIJCJUDIIUIIiDWaIImJClf
from Chicago and Spend the holidays Mrs. J. C. Robinson and little was a dismal day a / li'lllftllmCIIIDmlJCDfJmCDIDIIGIIDIIIUIWfDJIDCDCIIW! ) CDGJJlJIfI)
:\ Col. and Mra.. D. E, Knight and with hill :parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. daughter; Vera Claire were in Jack. cold rain falling the entire day. At I
': Col.) E. K. Perryman motored to Lake Thursday it is cloudy, .
Peek. sonville Friday and while there were this writing ClllDIIII1\VH' lMk"'lJ"\l\ 1lllllllllllDl1II< I 4 Butler Monday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W..P. Robinson. but no Indications of cold weather I .
Mrs L. AT Davis Sr., who has been coming soon. The rain was welcomedas !
;, Oscar, the painter has beautified visiting at the home of her son, L. A. It helped oats vegetables and the Xnias
1\' I:, the interior of the court house with Davis, Jr., left Wednesday. for her Mrs. C. F. !Sayles, of Miami and strawberries. Local weather prophets Merry
t, bis brush. home in Fernandina.* Miss May Peek of Jacksonville will think the holidays will be cool and
',
ay' arrive here tomorrow to spend the clear.
Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catherine At the last meeting of the local W. holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J'
t; Teare of Lawtey were' shopping C. T. U., the organization gave |:5. : C. L. Peek. The Methodist Sunday school will To my 'many friends and patron whom I have '
':,1:: : in Starke Friday. to the Children's Home in Jackson have a Christmas tree and musical
the
served the punt year and to thoHe I hope to serve
ville. Mrs. LaMira Graham at Jacksonville Saturday evening 7:30: at
program '
The Bradford High School will ,will attend the Christmas ball the church. The Presbyterian and coming year I wish a joyful and happy Christmas.In .

close today for atwo weeks Christ Mrs..Nelle Hughes will leave today given: at the club house and while Baptist school. will each have a tree I my market I well the highest! quality meats and

mac vacation, reopening January 8th.: for Savannah, where she will spend here will be the guest of her parents, and a splendid Christmas program at all kind: of vegetables In neason. My prices are always
*' H M .WM HHBL. Christmas with her sister Mrs. C. w.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. their respective ,churches on Sunday
.' H. Partridge' will go to Lake Denny. evening, which Is Christmas. eve. fair.

City to spend Christmas with his _________ Visiting Masons are invited to Join Buy your meat and vegetables here.
family, returning to Starke Tuesday. Mrs. A. E. Fields of Youngstown with Bradford lodge In attending the ,Starke father to little son-Every
FULL LINE OF FRUIT AND NUTS FOB CIIRISTMASHemingway's
'I' Ohio Is' spending the winter with her special sermon to be delivered at the time I try to tell you something about ,
: Gus Beasley of the University of cousin, Mrs. Ada Saners on 'Sander- Baptist church 'Sunday evening Dec. the world's wonders you say you .c.! I
i : Florida; arrived yesterday to visit eon 'street.Mis 31st. ," have, already seen it In the movies. MarketF.
*relatives. Now, Is there a blessed thing you

Aileen Alvarez and nephew, We have one lot of fireworks and a haven't' seen In the movies Son-- G. HEMINGWAY, PROP.Telephone 19
; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughter Billy Graham, returned Sunday from small lot of Christmas toys, also) a Dunno, paw. But if you'll let me go "

Hazel, spent Saturday in Jacksonville a visit in Jacksonville with Mrs. La- few vats,fthat..will be sold at reasonable every time there's a show mebbe I ; JG890KI JII.h.,.."""""" ",, dur r ..g.g'.' .1IIIIIIIIIDf '
Y with Mra..J. D. Carlton. mira Graham. '.price* "at: thi- time, Bryan can find out. A /
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'I 'PAGE SIX BRADFORD I COUNTY TELEGR PII. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 22. 19'>_".
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I 1: "I. ,J TALKS- ON JEWELSV eluded such concerns as the Colt:f Jules Eunice, of Orlando, spent-

41 .,, / Arms Company, the Underwood I Sunday here with his family. HOW TO GET BACK
I, ..1 11;,,. : I -----.......-....-.--............... ..---.........-.-.-..} Typewriter Company, Cheneys ''Silk Mr. and Mrs. Emory Wood, of San-

\ :' i Many expressions of appreciatlorof Mills, manufacturers of clocks and I derson, spent 'Sunday here with relatives THE "JOY OF LIFE
,
i ;< With The Bradford these "Talks on Jewels" ebelts I contractors and builders and *

1111 reached the writer, who is thus en.1 I decorators and a score of other lines Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, LIFE isn't "ortb living if you're M
couraged amid other duties to give I of work and production. Hartford is wa sin town on business Monday.Mrs. and fun down yoU can hard!}

County Farmers the time necessary to the preparationof l in the center of industry and the cap S. A. Bryan and sister, Miss If drag the rich yourself red blood around., full of health

flV the "Talks." ital of an industrial state of promi- Ollie Marr of ,Starke, visited relatives and vigor, were pumping through your
1 Last week I told of the great African nence and importance. The open shop here Friday. veins, the joy of life would come baCk
: !1. .__._. *_ *.* { soon hr! Cude's Pepta-Mancon
II.i': diamond mines, and the formationof I is getting to be popular there, and l has work this magic for thousands(

J the earth in vjhich the gems are, will spread all over New England.As TIIERESSA it: will do the same for you. Take
aJ found. It might be interesting at this the chairman of the railway labor ---- it for a short time and see how your ;,'
COUNTY AGENTS'; REPORTS Winter is the best time, the proper point to say that the latest efforts of, board has lately declared the rail Theressa, Dec. 22.-Miss Blanche health and strength improve. Your '
+ time, to break land for general spring scientist to manufacture genuine di way union leaders have shown their Humphrey Is visiting relatives in druggist has it-liquid or tablets, as

Flagler-Our potato growers', us- crops, according to specialists of the amonds has resulted in failure. This! desire to interfere and obstruct they Dothan, Ala. you prefer.

Bociation hus just ordered its first Florida College of Agriculture. Tot is the'announcement recently made b operation of the railroads df the coun- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger and lit Grade's

l shipment of fertilizer and seed. In many farmers are inclined to wait William I. Roscnfeld, vice presidentof try in a way that would be considered tie son, Earl, of Waldo visited her

i view of northern market conditions i until just before crop-planting timeto the American Jewelers' Protective brazen In any other circumstance. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall, Saturday -
; tha potato acreage: hug been reduce break their land. This practice, Association and director of the ,jew That the controlling group-the highly and Sunday. pepto-Man.gan; i iI ;

to>> be consistent' with safe farming successful farmers say, la old and unwise elers' vigilance committee.The paid and ambitious union officials H. S. Roebuck and G. M. Bennett I Tonic and Blood Enricher

practice. and. some of them even jay it is committee, he said, has madean -are desirous of crippling transportation were eransacting business in Gaines

I by far too general in this state. exhaustive investigation of the reported and then demanding a returnto ville Saturday. I Mine Avy

A' p Columbia-An enthusiastic faro There should be enough/ time be, discovery of a diamond making government operation, or ownership Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood were Gainesville Saturday.Starling was a visitor II i

I bureau meeting gave birth to plan! twocn breaking and planting for the formula by a German/ scientist, and operation is easily apparentThe shopping Hampton Monday. I
p for n dairy calf club for the county soil to become settled enough to per- and is now convinced that the for- people, understanding now the John Hall, of St. Petersburg, Is visiting Those pretk'nt! at tne cane mrmln '
mit of seed. After j at the home of T. D. Dyal last
this year and also orders were placed ready/ germination mula will not produce gems equal to outrageous abuses of power when the his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wed-
1 I for more than two hundred tons of breaking the soil l, there is much nature's/ product. Report of this roads were in the hands of the gov- Hall. j nentlay night were as follows, Misses i

fertilizer at the meeting. These will air space which prevents capillarity, "German discovery" several weeks ernment and when union labor did as H. E. Moorer and soni; Arthur, were Mattie Moody and Lois Starling, '"
the circulation of moisture through Rosenfeld mild startled the little besides double business in Cooter Pond, Ollie Kelly, Avy Stiu,
be purchased co-operatively. ago/ Mr. / drawing pay as attending to Hampton on
,r I'I In the soil. If seed are planted while ling, Rhoda and Alva Thomas.
jewelry and precious-stone trade was possible, will never consent to Friday.C. .
j the soil is loose and before moisture the world and if such condition A. and Mr and Mrs. M. A. !Starling Mr.
{ __ Hamilton-Another carload of hog throughout proved a again. Youngblood/ daughter,
.
7 i I of moved out this I, can circulate, many. of them will fail true, would have revolutionized the Open shop is looming up on the Mrs. E. S. Sibley and Miss Nealie and Mrs. Dewey Starling, of CooU'i\ ,
.and one potatoes
; Pond, were guests Sunday of Mr.
to come up. I precious stone industry. Thus an- horizon and it has been long in com were visitors to Starke (Saturday.Mr. .1 und
f' week by the co-operative route.
i
Mrs. S. L. Prescott.Don't .
Farmers In most cases, if the soil is not too other German claim has gone the way ing. When it comes there will be and Mrs. R. T. Kennedy, of i
Liberty- are already preparing -
}' ,,t S r for next year's crops, breakIng wet, it is well to subsoil. Have the I of other fakes. again a demand for efficiency and a I Brooklyn, were visitors to our town I Dedan church forget/ Dec the 29-31st.union meeting at

t land, repairing fences, etc. subsoil plow follow behind the soil '''The diamond, as I have said, is car- man's or a woman's work will be paid Thursday.The .
1, t I plow in order that the subsoil is not' bon. Cnrcoul is carbon, too, but of for according to the laws of supply Theressa C. E. is to have a

t "r j I Wakulla-Tho satxuma orange idea brought to the surface. an ordinary kind. If any chemist, or and demand" and the expert will re- Xmas tree at the Christian church The Bank of Starke is distributingto

k J I him hit Home of our farmers and a The question is asked, "What is the I student of chemistry, should read ceive more pay than the lazy dolt who Saturday night./ Everyone invited.Mr. its many patrons and friends a

'ft 't number are arranging to make plant- value of subsoiling It is answer : he.selines, he will know that graphite : now demands and gets the pay of an and Mrs. Jim Koon and little calendar; for 1023. It is a well exe-

I ings. Several are also going to plant ed by the agricultural experts of the is the same substance modified by expert, conscientious worker under daughter, Dorothy, visited her parents cuted piece of work having for the

i /! cotton this state's university, this va ue lies in strong! heat apart from extraordinary i union rules-and defrauds the people Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett, Sat- center piece 4 picture entitled "The
I. year.- that subsoiling breaks up and loosens pressure, whilst the diamond is the Open shop is the only possible con- urday. Birth of Old Glory," This bank's cal'i''i\

: 1 I.I. ,. Osceolu-Peppers and eggplants the earth to a greater depth than it outcome of high temperature combined dition for fair play and means that endars, depicting scenes of American '

"A'' I a, : are bringing: the growers fine returns Is ordinarily broken, thus making with high pressure. This fact an army of walking delegates, agent ZIFF history, are becoming so popular till S\

f > j Truck 'glowers are planting aid pre possible a number of advantages. The the laboratory has demonstrated for officials and other leeches, too, will requests for them are very numerous. J
j
land for spring roots of the plants can grow deeper us. It has also shown us that iron some day have to work or starve.- Ziff, Dec. 22.-S. L. Prescott was
: paring crops.
'f
'f I +I and thus secure a better foothold and! fused' will dissolve carbon at a temperature Times-Union. called Friday to Graham to the bedside To Cure a Cold In One Day

1 Manatee-At their own request I come in contact with more plant food. ,of 3,500 centigrade, that is, of his mother, Mrs. ]llardpans are broken, which permits about LAWTEY (,ROVE'" eluuoiure acct box. 30u ,
{ worked out'a contract for our strawberry 6,330 Fahrenheit, a temperature who is ill. add J W. oa 1 ,i
f; a the drainage of excess water from the beside which our sweltering "100legrees -
growers whereby they may ._
t i f market their berries through organized surface and, on the other hand, permits in the shade" seems quite re- Lawtey, Dec. :22.:! -Ur. and Mrs. J, .. H
.iUAum !]tDtDIDtTRlJmlntJtDJItI =I'I"I' [ >
"' < llfl'I lIiflllllDwa"Dqf'
'Si effort.: in dry seasons. into water there is formed a thin friends at Orange Heights.

""j' -Some farmers; ; are preparing One danger of breaking the land layer of iron enclosing a substance A daughter: was born to Mr. and A PLEASING GIFT
t ahead of time is: As the plant food of which expands as it crystallizes, as Mrs. L. A. Marr
land and planting Irish potatoes. on December 12th.
S turned-under vegetable matter decays Nothing would please a husband, father, a brother or ja
thus disengaging
does water when it freezes,
fall fer George Roberts and sister Mrs. W.
Citrus! arc applying ,
growers sweetheart for Christmas th box of A. P. H.
and is dissolved, it begins leaching the crystal from the iron a more an a or
tilizers. There is n good co-operative : II Miner, motored to Starke Sunday
A. P. H. Club House
ih away However, this disadvantage in about The Cigars.
spirit in this county. hell two weeks' largest afh rnoon.
I ijl S .not sufficient to offset the advantages crystals yet produced are but ono-fif- I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson spent The fragrance and aroma of these Cigars is essential )

POISON YOUR GARBAGE; WORMS to be gained. tieth- of an, inch. in diameter, and, went" Sunday with relative sin Starke. STARKE 'CIGAR COMPANY j
to in about three months, but
pieces Rev. E. D. Boyer and J. J. McLeod
-
'T i ,: Si Certain worms will cat your cabbages Subscribe for the Telegraph. I was quite sufficient to explain the process were visitors to Baldwin Thursday ALL PURR Manufacfurer HAVANA of CIGARS

.t.....I whether you grow them com as carried on in the centre of the Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and son, Robert
( CURING PORK BY TilE JIltlNE earth, Nature's laboratory I ,
.," ,' mercially or merely for home use were shopping in iStarke Wednesday -
)
I ,... But there In no reason why you can ,METHOD It is, of course, a recognized fact, -
I 1 that the earth has for been cooling ,
1 : feed' the little poison ages
not a"
i'..' worms J.-L. Harrell spent: several days at-
'If and. make their period of cabbage- Farmers are killing hogs and curing from the surface and even at tending to business in Georgia last -- ---91
I eating very brief. meat. Many are interested in present at the centre it is a molten week.
a. : brine curing and the latest information mass. The origin of the diamond is
Lead or calcium arsenate or paris Mrs. Will Alford and father, Mr.
I''i; greed; is sure death to the cabbage on this method. In order to!'sup attributed to the filtering through of Richardson, of Sanderson, spent; Sun

1 worm and is recommended for this ply this demand, the staff of the Agricultural the water of these long extinct seas, day with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr.
< d i J. R. entomologist Extension Division of*the which acting upon the carbides, that "
purpose by Watson Mrs J. L. Harrell visited relativesin il
fr of theFlorida Experiment Sta. University of Florida. has issued the Is, the carbon fused with metal, formed Gainesville Saturday: and Sunday. '
!
tion. Put 1 pound of lead arsenate following: the crystals which, by gases so Mr. and 1\11'11..1.. H. Hill were visitors ,
u-h < into 60 gallons of water; add from /5 "Afjfcr( meat has been cut up and generated were expelled through the to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. I

t' ; to 10 pounds of caustic whale-oil or trimmed. lay it out on clean muslinor pipes or shoots, carrying with them A. II. Harley and Mrs Charles SEDANNew Ii

t/'s fish-oil soap as a sticker and spread some other clean surface, sprinkle this substance known as the blue Dinkins went to .Jacksonville Thurs "I

s i er; boil a few minutes in order that with salt, and let it lie from 24 to -18 earth of Kimberley. day on business. < "

%: the powder and soap may go into so- hours or until it is thoroughly cooled. I Although this is the only point at Alex Howe, Mrs. W. II. McCormickand '
Meat this which diamonds are! now found, scientists Price \,
lution. Spray with any good spray lying in condition for that daughter, Miss Agnes, of Gaines
a time will lose much that there is no valid reason -
und
bloody water agree ville
I Mrs. J. Howe, of Kingsley, were
ma-6' will thus avoid necessity of changing to suppose that they may not be guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. A. A. Smith
{ p Lead or calcium arsenate may be the brine after the meat has been found in almost any other part of the Sunday.

used as a dust, if applied when the placed in the solution. Meat that has I world where similar volcanic actionIs Roy Powell, of Birmingham, Ala.t ,

a;' j + cabbage are wet with dew or rain. tot been thoroughly chilled, or that | evident. It is still a mystery where arrived Saturday and preached his
y
i S There ''is positively no danger.to be retains some of the animal heat, is the diamonds of Brazil and India had initial sermon at Grace Methodist

,, ; 't feared I in eating cabbage that have likely to sour or become tainted near their birth, but certain it is that downin church Sunday evening.

t been sprayed or dusted. with arsenical the, bone, particularly large hams. the depths of the earth> far beyond Kirk Lewis, of Starke, was a visi-
4, a \ preparations to kill the worms. A "Pack the meat in thoroughly clean the reach of man, they lie in tor hole<< Sunday.

} J prominent entomologist has estimated barrels or boxes after it has cooled abundance, awaiting some volcanic Mrs. W. E. Torode and Miss Nelle

Ii 1 that it would be necessary'for.one to and after having washed off the'salt action to send them forth. Roberts were visitors to Jacksonville

i, p ;, A(4r( eat a dozen heads of cabbage to get I and bloody water. Then cover with Monday.Mrs. \ )
enough/ poison o produce death. However the following solution: AMERICAN "OJ>EN SHOP" COMING Geo. Anderson and Mrs. J. L.

"n if any one has any fear along Salt _________________ .30 pounds Harrell were shopping in Jacksonville
1; this line, he may stop applying the Saltpeter ------------------0 ounces Thursday.

i i poison two weeks before the cabbage Soda -------a.--____?.__ 8 ounces Certainty coming and perhaps at no Felix Long, of Starke was transacting -
I. Is to bo eaten.PREI'ARE Brown sugar ___._. ____-_10 pounds great distance away is 'open shop" business in Lawtey Saturday F. O. B. I II

i or molasses .-..-..___.....1 gallon for America and those who perhaps Co!. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children

r TilE FIELDS IN WIN Water ...._.,.__?_,..._____. 20 gallons give }little thought to unions and to of Starke, were guests Sundayof DETROIT'r
1 TER FOR SPRING: CROPS This should be enough for from 400 strikes except when the troubles reach Mrs.' M. E. Edwards. ,

I I to, 600 pounds of meat. Increase In them clearly as in the past summer Mrs E. L. Biggs, of Starke, spent
I proportion. Put the solution in a when trains were attacked and trestles : Sunday here with relatives. i

..1. ASPIRINSay large kettle and let it come to a boil. blown'up, and non-union miners' Mrs Catherine Teare was a business

Remove the fire and skim. When were killed in groups by union strikers visitor to 'Starke'Thursday.

f. i tI cooled pour the solution on the meat will perhaps be surprised to Clifton Brown of Gainesville' spent
: and let it stand for five weeks. The know that steadily the work of Americanizing the week-end here with his parents

': ,. "Bayer" and Insist! large pieces will require a little longer Industry In this country is Dr. and Mrs. Ct! W. Brown.J. a

than this, and the smaller ones going forward.' The failure of the I. Dubose, of Starke, was in town
not quite so long. Do not put in any shopmen's strike is something that Is Friday.

pieces that are tainted or have begun fairly fresh in the public mind-but Frank Williams, who had his right
to sour, for they are useless and will there were far more widespread effects leg broken in an auto accident in ,

4'j spoil all the meat in the box, if left than merely the readjustmentof Plant City recently was brought here i

1t for a week longer. that difficulty. : last week and is confined to his room ,
w "It is important that every part of Unionism, unchecked, and very .of I, at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. B. At the new low price the Ford I
'F the meat be well covered in the solution ten unbridled, has overreached' In Rowe.T Sedan
Qa represents a greater val--
; a 10-pound ham should stand many instance in the recent past and J. Terry was a visitor" Fort
about 40 days; a 15-pound ham 60 more and more the industrious and White Saturday. ue than has ever been offered.'I )
f-- '
.:,. \ '." The brine should be'examined and workers of the .
: ays. peaceful willing Robert Dinkins, of Tampa, arrived It enclosed '
a ) .J"' \ every week as there is always some country are breaking away from the Friday for the Christmas holidays. provides car comfort \
; "
.. (<'. possibility of its souring which would organization that means so much for D. C. Hood was a visitor to Starke ,in a dependable, quality "4 .
P spoil the meat. If the brine is found Samuel Gowipers and his like, and so Sunday.A. '
I product at a minimum cost. ,
to be sour, remove all of it, wash the little for the men who do the work.In R. Bowden of Jacksonville "
'4. I'nless I' the vase "Bayer" .. was
urn
I you meat and the box, and then make a the South it may not thatgreat here 1
Sunday. order
I piu.kiit< or on tablnta yon are twit 1; ** Y9ur placed now will
I, fresh solution. If mold on attention has been drawn to the ..
open
appears
the
ting genuine Bayer product proHorihod Elder H. V. ''Skipper of Jacksonville, insure
.. l hr phymriam over twentyyearn **.. the surface, skim it off. shop matter but in New England It filled his appointment at the Advent reasonably prompt de- /1

t //S proved mfe by milkon fc. "The next step in the curing procl'lls'ls Is becoming something to be noticed.In church Thursday and Friday. livery. Terms if desired. '1,. '

Colds! Headache to hang the meat up for dry- the Hartford Courant recently Max Wimberly, of Highland, was In d

//J i Tnothwh' Rheumatism J.umbaao1o'1'8..he ing for three or four days, after two pages were devoted to comment town: Sunday. 't;'!:
'
1 Neuralgia Pain, Pain which time. it will be ready for smoking. upon the open shop proposition and Rev: L. W. Kickliter of Starke, J. W. Andrews Dealer x
Tablet of Aspirin1* ." by far the greater part of the argument preached the commencement sermon "k
Accept "Bayer I.
only. Each unbrokm package contain Further information may be secured was in regular advertisingcards of the Lawtey school Sunday morningat Fordson Tractors, Ford and I

i, c"r proper'' direction Handy boxes Aot\ by writing to the College of Agriculture showing that ono hundred and 11 o'clock. Prof. Thornquest Intro- \ Lincoln Car
/ twelve tabluU cost few cf nU. Drug Gainesville and asking for thirteen firms, corporations mills, duced the speaker. Rev. Powell of I
k ', Rillt6 aim wit bottlra of 84 andIOO. extension bulletin 11. companies and shops in Hartford and
Anpiria i* the trade mu-fc of BOJWT.Manufactura Grace church offered the opening

of Monoooetioaoidooter at vicinity were operated on the principle prayer and Rev, E. D. Boyer of the ._" ., ..
.SaOiovlioadd. Be Wise-Advertise .of the open shop. The list In- Baptist church the benediction.' -

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}'IUDA Y. DECEMBER 22. 1922. -.- PAGE SEVEN: ,
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SANTA CLAUS LETTERS) 18 PT lid W. M. Hodges visited friends i'. ,cIiolarH.) It's going to be --
t 1 a great ser- or Horn Tni.t+ .
of
Sunday. Hiad'nrd
Pine Hill
Action 'jet', and the parents at tht office, nf County, Florlifa .
are the
Dowling \\hfc is at I asked to Hoard Hccrvtnry of the
Miss Jessie 4t ftark*. Florida
Santa Clauae uTonipuny the little ones. Come M., January until :3 o'cltick' P. S
tf !
IP .
liutir ear- !, and
Lake at that
school in
tending span i lime
old. Ploaeebring 'y and opened, publicly'
I am a girl of ten years secure your seat, for for
the weekend here with hi,ij pnrentv, we expecti Ono ten to twenty Mona
Merry.Xmas me a big doll and a doll car ,i Sl i crowded house. ho.Mtfntr vntrlnu for power boiler and
Messrs. Donald! Crllfh.1I i tad J0' | At the 01 ..n" to mountlntr on pile driver.
ridge a nice school dress an a littje/ close of the> service the twenty har.o power gasoline
Adkins and Pledger John Jittendi*"{I I' young :InK: {:ntino for the same hnlnU
umbrella and a box of candy an Dome people and choir of the church willing wngl; : I nnw purpiwo.: bole will
iitf eilbroiii, nrntilitilor
the school entertainment at vurious |> will bw nipuinrtot. ,
fruit. so by by. points in town. Christ ninh HptclftcHtlinn | ..*
evening.Mr. !' I and complete
Springs Friday liNt
of
55 MARY DEAN. ulna carols are neon un which he equip a
and the last days Ken.f>f Unit being prepared, and mibmiU olds and. to Muse*
Today tomorrow are Brooker, Flu. and Mrs. Ben 1 the eve of the birth of the world's I I nntt-41 I'aynent the Mill Blnr: oIirr operation of the same.

that to make some- City, visited friends here fnduy. Saviour is men ban lawn not 1m made until aftr.qutp.
I an received
!
can appropriate! and
time tried
prepare .
to out
you
,
pro- Hi by tha
Donald Adkins visited 'lenls j Mini of Itond TruMlvua .
.n Hi'nt. nf .. "
one's Christmas happpy. Take advantage Santa Clause these enrols, upon the streets of or Im fltnj...n oihirwinn ,hderminrl to rheumy.
Raiford Sunday afternooi+ the I 14fcetlun of tho .
110.....
to school at community. Come
Dear santa I going and
am
for Christmascomes motored 'u'k share in i Th t Hoard "-..'rV.A th.,
of the J. E. AdkinH "II the right to
season tvjocfc t
Brooker and please bring/ me a nice good things of the day I I Ii nr all lids. any

but once a year. Make it a dress and hat to wait Christmus day Monday.C. II C. A. PI\ITCH. K.: S. M 0TTI!F.WS.
A. Johns, G. VV. And 'e and '''II I H., Chnlrnmn. \
Merry, Merry Christmas. an two pair of silk hosiery a box of Reddish, motored to Jackf villa Sun i Tifrwday, Starke did herself proud -..-" rT-r-- --Y. --- le.a.tse.a
face powder with a powder puff and in tho -
of
way
shipping
day. provinionn. NOTU'K!: TO 1U1>I>KK8

a purse with! a looking/ glass in it. so Roman Alvarez, of V 'rhill mu- Dressed hugs, turkeys, chickens, eggs of 9nl'il iMiml 'Iruahwa bt4ln' will of b. reeflvmt, by the s.......

by.by. Front tored here Sunday. potatoes and green peas were sent to Ida Ht the otricit of tlrmlford the\ itiTrvtnry County. Flor
| of
Gifts for the Entire Family JENNIE DEAN. Florida I Hoard at Starkff. Florida, the
1 Brooker Fla.Dear :Floyd Wiggins made Mint'ss trip points, and in order to remind M., January u 11HII.; and at until thnt o'clock time 'publicly P. '
,
those in o.H'npd. torA"I.'oxmlt.I"
to StarKe( Saturday afiu'' i. the frozen north that a land

'rlll'l' of sunshine exists, thirty-one bushels im>iuiurv i of forty thouitaml. fret, hoard
Mr. and Mrs. Roar have creosoted pine

Come to Hodges and you need not go Santa: announced that there J1"!, a Xmas of strawberries were sent In refrigerators l// .htimlix'd,11...'. 'Ilida and to nixiintn b. received twentydNt( lumber. erconot and.d put on*

further as we have gifts for young and I will write you what I wont for tree at their homo Suf night Everybody ; I to northern points ode All lumbar of treatment and pllm and material F 'O.'* B.and.Saxton meth ,

old useful and ormantel as well 'as a Christmas I wont a wagon and a gun cordially inv to attend. County KHctli<)atlnn.to. conform to Bradford. t

and some candy I am seven years old. Be Wise-Advertise rhtf HnHrnl rraorvv* tile riant' to rj"et
I null bl.... any
complete stock of toys. Select a giftat Your friend, I ACCHENTAlJ'l-INi:' E. S.TTIfF.Vs..
D.[ A
EVERETT GAINEY, Habitual FUTCH.ORDER. Ch..I_.
our store. Constipation;; Cured S..Ia'7. '._.._.00.. .....
Brooker, Fla. In 14 -- ,
Ccphua Stanley VIJ of IgnorantUse to 31 Days -
:: II I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is FOR P1TBLICATIOV.
vt a specially
..
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual! Judlatid, l'inult.IRtadfo I* Cnmty.. in. Eluhtk...
Chit
Reasonable PricesGifts Dear ''Santal: Constipation. It relieves
promptly but a.r.t. I
I will write what I wont for should bo taken Row.. I
you regularly for 14 to 21
I Sunday days S
I News to 1St mnrn-
Complainant.
came to induce regular I ,
Christmas I wont a doll bed and some action. It Stimuintr and va 1
the effect! tf i'l>hus Stanley RefiulateH. Edith: Row
this ing to co Very Pleasant to ?ak, Ilk *,
reasonable old. Your
I five
were never so as candy am years Jlst of tier bottle I n.'h "
Litwtey
friend. VERA GAINEY a negro/ living s : j It p.arlnir i> by affulavit, aiHHndFT, '
,I year. People of- this community have and a man of gjrFpuiation.: poor -.---- -- Min! tl\l<*<| tn the abo-atat<'d caiwi.to that the 'r0t
Brooker Fla. Edith:
NOTICE Row*. the
dpfrmlant
Or
of hon I been killed! the ni .fort by another FINAL DI8CUAKGR: N resident. them named ui
of
learned to gotoour store a place Nollp ,is htrrby nlvon tn the elate of Florida, and) con i
nil
\ cull drink Concern that whom It may cralfl herself ao hat iirnowui of .ubM.. .,
1 Zonny J't on the na n
negro 6th -
day nf
We giving full value Dear ,Santa Claus; U 1 teas I ahull February, A. not be curtail anon her .and la over I In r
est dealing are stand kept in t| vilKHIMIIOII 1 t-n.; jinlwif' apply to Hun irnnnraltln' K A. of tw.nly-ono' years; it lit age
tit therrfon
for dollar here. I I, will write you a line to let you by D. J. B6yettJ"rei'Juitt',' how for my Onnl: dliK-hnrua nni::!| court.HA .dmintstrau.r f 'j : probate 1 that said 1 non-rmldtmt, defendant b* ord.nd and 10

every spent KWw .what I want you to bring to me I not 'I'I estate:: of 8. P. Dukrn hcrseol i and (lint nf the lit j I hrivbv n'oulrpd. to appear to th. hill of complnlnt .
it had happens learnedat the 0nnn) time I wilt i lltd) In sat,! cause on or before
I want an air rifle and a climbing was conk' HH .......lnl.I."lor pn'vent of unlil my.Innl AO 1 day, the let day of January A. 1). 1525.Man-oth
first. Zonn arrested by malt for o tiil f end l **rwlH' the
.
have their iipprnval., allegation of alit, bill
monkey and would be glad to a J will Lm
Sheriff EpperBf' Deputy Buisilenanil + JONATHAN M. PUKES taken an cmfrt.Bi d by aid defendant. r R
watch. With love to Santa Claus. 12-g.lu 2 And It la further orderm, that thfa order
b
I lotlm-ii in funtv J"Stan"' + Dnud December Cth. A. D. 1022.A.lmlnl.lrltlor. ]: onra a connecutiv pitfcIlHhed -
C. L. HODGES PURVIS HAZEN, In th* r'o: weeks .
''i had'ot "t'l'ately' but died T I.M>M.paper < .
df, '-
BrookerFa.) Icy -- -- puttllnhi. 'in laid. county and;;;; ;;tt*:
d'n4
o nthe way tjke, where friend f I NOTICE: OF LEASE: OF COUNTY CONVICTS Thla November 27l1 !2.

Jin for II II I Notice .U hereby l given O. W. ALDERMAN. i
\ 1 h / thnt
intendud, to 1114- nn Mumluy (Seal)
FLA. cal Jnnnwry 1 1. Clerk' t .
Cash HMl.! the
STARKE The Store Dear (Santa Claus. was then 'lotum of nil onunty aonvlotn 'llghf.rt. .
Tlto of Rrntlfiini By C' A.
eistunce.
enmity will tin
Please bring me a sleeping doll, a or tho .. unlit tn front I .... ,
his form'Monday '. '. .uN"' (Irntp of tho anurth"ue 'in Clarke, A. /. ADKINS. Deputy Cl ,
MnrlifH. a
bugle a doll bed, and a doll trunk and County Hiild tn ho hlHlimt and l brat bidder' for Solicitor for rornptafnnnt.
I Judge: R, cniinly cunvlrtM. Mubjm't ti> tho law 12-1-8-U-tJ:
doll chairs. I am a girl of 12 yearn nnniu. I'ol'l"d..r frovvrninir i HIUH WANtED:
tll nwitl li> will .
coroner, went iu n run Sealrd blda .
to will be .
A. Green, 1 Ihr""h hn year 1t12) Tin tvceiwd hy the Hoard of
b..n.d
MYRTLE McCLELLAN, hooting the right vemcrvvm Ilrmd TniNlee on Monday. the 'Jnd day. ./
to to .
investi- rvjfct
( any | nil
the scent nt mil IN. January ll>2i.;, for 411000 fret II. M. pin and t
Brooker, Fin. ed ln 1 J. M. HKOWNl.RE. I cyi>r'M 1 lumber and lOx
/gate lIe jury composed\ ChHlrninn' Iltmrtl nf County (:..mlnl..Ie........ bids. on 21tt ;6"xU"xlfT: hewn plllnit.I pine.with' Hirhtw alternai.ie4

of J. A. 1 I rt'mlln, A. SI. Hlaii- Attest O.: W or cypreen. ntrfi Hem and! other hewn 11m""" .....
9/r old. ALDERMAN Clark 12-lrt-8t.l2-2l) tn 1 be dullverrl. dung' the
J. StarkIIronli
Santa chart!, G.ce, T. Reddish, E.Terry. '- ,rt.lld. between lleoiiltwr... -.n.l... -I.... .A.. ".'./,-..._..'-.. .ft.- .'l.
Dear
: Six witn"KII !- hverli'fi' tn b* mdn. a* ordered. by the Boar
Please bring/ me a doll, a little piano I }L Borne f'd!, who all / bi'irlnnlnv. on or aftnr January 1. 1UU3, *
MOTHER! MOVECHILD'S were testified l Garage OpenI Th bimnl. iirrva the right to reject ear
and a mouth organ. I am seven thlearned or all bit...
""" following r'E. ,
very muf' 8. MATTHRWfl.Cbalraia: .
years old. : C A. FUTCH. ..

NINA LEE McCLELLAN poetical Stanl.an I: automatic pistol Heeretary. t1.17-7 It. .e1

Brooker, Fla. of which he : ORDER FOR PITIILICATIOM 'ill
had
BOWELS the mi1dently evilearnccl. In Circuit Court Rltfhth Judicial' drew, ,
; He and Lee have ",ford! County. Florida. In Clianaery
Dear Santa: reopened a garage and Hill to Remove Cloud. Qul..t Ttl! and* Otali'llef. ....
U II store, and Ie .
I want a doll a piano and a doll bed l, were a how him how the IIlk1ell filling station at the corner of G.- M. Inman,
itr pin-'
and some little socks. I am six years >Stn wot ley went out behind tho / Walnut and South wtrect.s.. and Complainant.va

old. You are a good Santa. tol rt>m(>vci1 the now prepared to handle Florida Railroad Company a Cortxtration. -
store. mngaziiu' any and { Jme IMohlva. Man J. I

"California Fig Syrupis f' ANNIE MAE McCLELLAN Brooker Fla.' from /rain' then handel it to /nil kinds of automobile and tree S.Mdrh llarrliion" Il. James C. D.P.Jones I'ar,#.Annla Max '

,|"im i to work !**, peasant t tor Myer and Unknown Parnona,
Lee repairing. First class work
Child's Best Laxative .. _u. I>ef ndanta.
.,
Mnpiy lie did not know
j\u Whom It May Concern
IIONOIt ROLL OF B. II. S. FOR Inq with reasonable prices. It Ireetlnvt
Imber still contained I appvarlnv by th* sworn bill of _
that a plaint' 10 the above c..... that there
MONTH aw
THIRD /t first the weapon would Let me fill tank.Stern's known named "NOO. believed. to be In.....
Hurry Mother I A teaspoonful of right! out of the stomach anil bowels cart t then your gas recd in the prn0.rty; therein deerlhrd whose
tanley himself! niovf pica of reshl.ne. is :;
unknown
"California and
Fur Syrup" now will thoroughly without griping or upsetting the child. Turner Merrill rmplala. '
First grade-Dorothy lever ant alienee therein that h doe. .
from not
"on" to 'off"Cd know
clean the bowels
little and in Tell
a want the
your druggist/ you only L and after dlllirent Inquiry' haa not ben
few hours you have a well playful child genuine "California Fig Syrup" which Edwards, Ernest Fowler Florence d when Lee again pulled tit aacertaln' if any of the known named, per able

again. Even if cross feverish, bilious, has directions for babiee and childrenof Haasett, Verna Wagner, Lois the cartr'' ''n theI OHM In or corporation. believed to b* inlitH ,
/Ka said d'
conatipatod, or full of cold, children' all tattle :Mother Mur-\ 1 I jth property/ In **l.ten >*( or i* dead u .
ages printed on Long, Sinclair Peek Jr., Annie ploded, while the muzzle. or alive, and thai the,'. air* other pecan be. "
love iU taste, and mothers must "California." I t'1, lleved to b
"fruity" can you eay Kvfuso any Jones Mercel Garage Interested In said property, other
Arthur
rest easy because it never fails to work imitation. rhee, Darby h o be pointing at iStunli'y'u than. the known named defendant, and th. .

all the souring food and nasty bllo Hit-key, Julia Tyson Miss Olive Ray, II he fatal bullet entered his known" .m. and to th realilne* complainant'of auohl and persona In raid ar,* un bill 35'

teacher. 1 nley was able to talk soon SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE relief, l. prayed aicalnat such known named reel
--- -- -- -- unknown '
persons.
Second Brown Orat-
'grade-Mary accident and said that Lee 'IMKUICKOKrO.: 'It la ordered that all
per .
tan Cooper, Mary Brownlee, Palmer tend to shoot him. ion* named or all pnjon claiming any Inerenl .

$ $ $ i $ .$ $ $ $ $ $ $ Williams Cason; Joe, Sara Wiggins.Hope Haynea, Thomas la diet of the jury wan: (In effect/ Southbound Nov. 12; 1922) th..m.ilHimlnir or under any otherwise. or.fnt,th rt. route and In It all the them unknown property or either person herwiifter ot*. II

.
Stanley came to his death drerrlliefl, or any part th.nmf, under
Third grade B Minnie Starling, lot would indicted by a pinI No. 1 reaches Starko at 10:38: p. m. J..m.the h'lorhls 1.I..kl.' lhdlread. Mary- .J.. ,.....". a eorl.onU. rF,,
M'kh..11' J.mee
James Poppell. Miss Jessie Thomamj I in the hands of Zonny Lee, No. 3, 10:59 a. m. Juno. A""I. R. Harrl.on' C. .... I'lto.. Mae D. A

teacher. I said wound was inflicted acy. No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:58 p. IlL aul My.r.Iwreuns or ether known of, n.mrd them..or or unknown otherwise., alai Cad,.. F

Third grade A-Etholin White/ ." No. 15, Limited, 1:18: m. i h," .n, Inl".1 'Q the. h..It'ltr" d..eribsd. r

Julian Peek Jr., Evelyn Stump, Me/us released from custody, but NorthboundNo. p. .low inopirty: In, Ilndford.,. nr any county part ,thereof Slate: ,or''rw"' :: .: dcribeil b**-.

rill Williams, J6e Bryan, Ben Star Tested on the charge of hnv- Tho' Nnrthraxt f"Iluwat t QuarUr of the S < 'I t

at r.LAST berg, Comer Edwards, Ted Stilley./,i itol without license No. arrives Starke 4:35: a. m. nlilp(\Ju 1..rt Hfx.'r of 1I""lIun Tw.ntynlna <2O.!Northvut Town. ," I tiJ. ,'
Adki/ 4 at 4:00: p. m. 161 Mouth. !tang.awmiy.MO (2J
Fourth grade B-Hazel No. K'HNt.: .x.*pt .1.! aerofi In th* Routheant 0orn_ __ __" '.. ; I' ., ,
All '' 20, Cedar Key Train, 8n.. m and ona acra In tha fiouthwaat n II' ,
Ava Lou Poppell
corner.
Richard Long, ?1ST CIIUKCH .
HUI.I.KIINervices : Alan' hi'icinnln, f vLr
at the Hi
uthi
> Fernandez, James Richard Wi/ No. 16, Limited, 6i5: p. m. the Routbesct quartar, 6f the Hmilhniuit just, .tl
Sil/ Wannee Mr of Huctlnn Twenty li< ,, Township sic j
e wright, Rachel ,Silcox, Muriel IU, continue to be largely Branch ,tel Smith. Jtanaa Twenty-two lfi Rat, and

Billy Graham, ,St. Elmo Struth. ed and of inspiring nature. The )No. 101 leaves Starke 7:43 a. m. run'KIA' fort North, East 100 H.'IO feet fart west to beginning ate. 1_.. Soul

Marguerite/ Shrjver, teacher. scl howl is hovering near the two No. 104 arrives' Starke 3:15 p. m. Oo'brims aiiprnr to the said. bill of euinptaint' an
or
Fourth grade B-Elton Cone, cd mark. We hope to reach this Limited train No. 0 duo at Starke 111'21the: clime the .Ming ant, day. ru''of. day January.of tide A.aourt 1>.

ard CoUon Merrill Futch, .T ter on Sunday. All meinhem of 11:22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. I'e- or you nalj, and bill that will this ba taken order aa be confessed p..bll.h..1 l .".1.... j

Gill, Pasco Rowe, Thomas Wil] ChurRundi ch are invited to the school ';ernbur r.Limited. | Jlratifurd, County T-l"'vrai",h. weekly In n._the .

,I Beatrice Johns. i ty, whit h meets at !1:45: a. mIB train NI). 10 due at Starke IH..k"itnijar,. of llrailfurd general. ......unt atnulallon,. Ilor1ila., publiahad', !ia ,

CALLTO Fifth 'grade-Theodore Your. in! u history of the church have 6:15: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson Judge Wll'NKHH.of the old The Circuit ifonorabla Court A.and V.alao tan*. .

Brown Clara Louise Peek Ij nun ibers /gathered for the study ville.\ oirialal" alunatura of the .,..k. aa wall aa the the

McMillan, Louise Hayes,. June I he W ord of (;od. Capable! and in- (These two Jtrains do not stop at of.ilflrlal Ocloliar' "aral, A.of D.this 1922.....10.., this the 80th day

JOIN Isabel Kaszynskl' Leila Des Agvttted teachers and officers are Starke. Ocala and I'lant City are the tt.Clerk W. ALDERMAN! .

Miss Isabel Duller teacher. only 0\. H. ORKWfl.: Circuit Court I
king the work effective. stops they make between Jack Hnllrllnr llradford ounty. Da. '

Sixth (trade-Ruth Sternb l oivineUtor worship at 11:00: when the sonville and Tampa., II.t.Ot-12_;9. fur Complainant. ((8aal'

BANK OF STARKE aie Pearl Tompkins.* Mrs. A wi ill have a special Christmas Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated. from NOTICE!: TO DKHTOHH: AND CHEPITOfW: .

eon, teacher. rmon nho m' "The Dignity of Chrlstirents Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 Ma All.wll pern, .'late.n* Indebted to th. elate of J. M. .,

''Seventh grade-Ralph a." P especially should hear I leaving Hampton 11:50 p. m. and No. ff.>*cra.e
J I Miss Eva Powell teacher. measHrhlldr ge.: There will he a part for j 8 arriving Hampton /fiIO a. m. These maln.it forthwith said' and**tat all* shall......0.fll.. th having. claim' **

CHRISTMAS Eighth grade. -Owen G he ; en also Special Christmasthe I are through trains, St. Petersburg to ,intrator juthntlcautd with th. umlerniitned* cam admin duly' .

my Sternberir', Frank Pa nude by choir. I Cincinnati, Ohio. or they will within be forever on. year barrd.from data hereof

Green, Joseph Thomas, C The people do turn out !in T. J. GRIFFIN, Thi 27th day of October A. D. 1922. ., ,

Mary Canova, Ethel 1 M' (rood nu stubers t to the B. Y. 1'. U. More i ACent.NOTU'JI Atlmfnl-tralor KitaU w.:J.: "i.M Ma.WELL w*||: ,,!.. ,
*"***d 5
SAVINGS CLUBIf Mae Bennett, Eliso Jone than fort)1 were present on Sunday 10.27.Ut-U.2a S .
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HIIMIEHH -
sie McGruder, teacher. lastw TheTenth leader would like all to be R" .1.l fl .hid. will be r.c.lv..l by the Fbwrd. ORDER ff>H PI'HMrATIOV I".tJ
Hugh Jon of Hon.I .... .... In Circuit' Court, fltat
grade- I'out iSui nday, because of the nature of Krmiltunt County, Klor- Judicial. of Florldn., Eighth '
Circuit'
)I.l t the olflr' of th. Brcivtary of the Prarffwrd County. 'in Chaacry.
Eleventh 6trale-Eun of the eve nlng service in the church, Iliunl lit Ht.rk.. Fliirlila.' until 2 o'clock. 1'. Town ttf ,

I .. you're not already a member JOIN AT Claudia Terry, Isabel F which will bring the children early. I fMrniNl.M.. January forAnprnilmaUly 8. 923, an'l at that Urn publicly Corporation.HI..ke. a municipal y

ONCE. Full particulars can be obtained at the Epperson Blanche AId The eve nlng: service will be in 4HIIO f.n>a poat to be dvlloifHl v* Complainant.' .
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alone
Bank. Cost nothing to join. Means money Twelfth ifrade-Joyc' charge of the Bible school, when the Htarka-H.the nil.r roaila nn mad aa l,followat 1.100 i peat erln Flo' rant Kreyermunth* Fr-yrmunth And Cath I k t

for Christmas or special nor Hedges. Mm.! '( Christmasof exerciftes will be In charge I.awtry-C'rona, "".d. 800 ",_t. J. H. Hl.teh. T N., EJmbautfh his wife, and and I
any Htarha-Ralford nuul' .
1.100 J. .
post ; F'uteh
Mattbe a e .
Florence i-eiitori of
of th
simplest and easiest system of saving an'1lfet. Supt. Quigley and his host of Starha-Lalia Ilutlcr road HtO past 1"1. of N. A. Witch deaetl a

ting interest at same time. Dowling, high school ...Htarka-MuMlcbur!. and Hlark. f...fc. ......*. _. lJer"ndnnU.appearing t-I
oir'r unac.Prjat '
l To Stop a Cough Quicktakes to be al* feet lone and not ,laaa than hli', Aiad! In the by affidavit a ov -alat apifani'lad d; :.:au .,ta that tha
Save part of your earnings, save for the family NEW RI eta I inches In diameter. at the top( and to be h'Innnt. Prp eflnunth anti HAYES' HEALING heart plna or Ifl. wife. the
HONEY. aypraaa. drfenlsnta' therein
or friends, combine with others for some special -Ins. cough medicine which stops the cough by Th. Hoard raaarvva the right' Ut rebel any .01 are "..n..nl.. .r the lit... .t Florida nom.. '
fund. I New River Dec healing the or all hi.... and are resident. 0' Ih. City ot Wsehinsk.n
led Inflamed and irritated tissues. 11:. 8. MATTHRW8.: 1' C.. 1411 Ftnl Street N. W.. sad m over
} A box the are .t I..n', .,...
motored to Starke of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE; C. A. Ftn'CH. Chairman. peso : i* la cncrviora '

3.1 quarts 'of fine and, SALVE!: for Chest Cold. Head Colds and I H.er....... U-D-St-l and nrler.d are that harvhy said. required non-rvaidant. to appear dufondanta to tha bill be,

Messrs. Everett I Croup Is enclomd with every bottle o/ NOTICE TO HfUDBAS of complaint III.| d In aid, ...... on fjbur- [ HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve *...!..! tibia. will be ,.........{ by lha Hoard. "Monday'h...,..,.the lha lit allniallona day of January." A. D. VIM.
Ernest Tyson,, Raft der- should be rubbed the of said bill will aa
on chest and throat tahan aa aonf.a..d by aaf'l dvfvadnnla. .
BANK OF STARKE ner attended the p of children sulfuring from a Cold or Croup. It la further onfa-nd. that this opts be pul>.

I bilt section Frida The h..Un effort of Ham* Kmtlln* Horn I InM baited one a week for four aon'''culiva ......
Ziff lb.throat cnnMunl with lh.healing tthxt at In the Hradford ounty Talanrauh. a naw..
Mr. and Mrs. J sr.: t.......'. O-Pm-Trac. Sa'" UifMMIh U>. inn. cf 666 papar pubJJahrd' In said aunty and .ta... ,
the tkla. MOO IIOIM a oauDb. This Navanibar 90, Wt
were< the guests Bath .."""' '" eel to C. W. ALDERMAN.
ter, Mrs. W. M. owe of tin eorabiiwd mm UMUMHC pwt I on*:Xa.*arras? sad the Is a Prescription for Colds.' Fever and <.&all Clark (:.....11 Court. '

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ S $ E. B. Johns. n) rayed Just ask your druggist for llA YES'lUAUNa LaCrlppe. It'* the mont speedy remedy By C. A. Drpaty aNIOn Clark. I"f;
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HONEY.S ; we know, preventing Pneumonia. .r. M JOHNS. '?I' e {
here Sunday. Solicitor, lot ComulalnuU' 13-1-J-1J-2 "
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i: : *ft L. Cone, of Alachua spent I

: *<-end here visiting her daugh. I .

H ; :: Mi. S. V. Andreti. ;

:' Andreu, of New River, VUbfOrhE Gr Utt Qt1

11 sitor here Friday. e

SI ] Irt.. ':. J.. Crews, who: was taken F ; !

: last Monday for treatment, .
I I
I I .... an operation for appendi-- E Everv _

< 1>>" ''a Friday afternoon. She is Established 1879. Subscription-l I'er' Year, $$2.00 Sis.Months" \ Piijle Cm in ; --= _
, t 1 U l Ia&a'eednl& ? ( nicely I) and' her ; $$1.00- y \\rfvance': ., =. ::-: '_= '_

1 lit *. I r2.; '>pe to see her home soon.many I II I \ ar'i1111.ii.i'' = VOLUME FORTY-FOUR. -;STARKE;: "FLORIDA, "FI IDAY) DECEMKKIi) \ I :2i), j. = -- ---_ E. S. 1Zathews' ,. d '
;. :'>Ison. of Lake City, was a I :J f1
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; ,' I : 1L--. :: ; I'' r le> last week at the home of NIJiiHEIt' % ,
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'" '' FIVE .. son, B. Colson.Rev.Iker \IIIIU'', I BIG CHICISTMAS\ BUSINESS STATE TEACHERS!,1< ASSOCIATION() ( ::

f,): --- \} of Abbeville, Ga., will .. I ; CHRISTMAS ENDS / H.\NCB) \ AT TIlE' CLUJI' HOUSE -- >
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Five Mile, Dec. 22, \ bispointment here next Sun- .. I (EnC'<'im Quantities" of Goods f Sold; A large number of Florida teachers I -- A'CIJE( ) .\ ,)

..r. her at Freewill -- I For. the Holidays met in St. Petersburg on Wednesday The Christmas
: dance
visiting Baptist church.
in on .
I ..Ji Starke B. }F. Gainey, who I )nie Simmons has been on I In: i: to attend the Florida Educational s- on evening",'N.. at he 'Woman's' Club Tuesda, house(! ;0',' Lady Known, j In f;
In-Lnw
grippe. sicHjc t for the past few days. : ..1 ; holiday trade, always lively\ in soclation, which will close there to- WITH BATTLE RFAL R( i I Walnut% / street' was all that Ii at \'
promised
\ Miss Norma Dekle )Ir. 1I aiMrs.1 M., P. Matheny and >'tarke, this season surpassed all oth. night. Arrangements: for the enter-|I ( to) b be in point of a brilliani Monday\!
with her F: \<1 Stella Mae Ward rlo! Provisions and dainties wt'ro'' tainnient of teachers(' was under the I entertainment. Bobby ,
spent Swanson's\\ (
here ,
end' ,
dunce family)
( I had
,
1, is ; { Gainesville |>ought ..in enormous quantities, so direction cf. George M.\ Lynch, super I I orchestra(' of Gainesville'' a a ( ,,
F Fi Duke
; :,1, Miss Mae .. shopping. .. / (', fur-I I home
i : : B Bradford d STARKE'S; CHIEF OF POLICE( ANII> tROll street( on his tin i nished the I of Claudius]
I 'and friends in Lake |i )Mliton. of Starke, was a ca1.i ere all\ kinds of apparel. The cheap intendent of St. Petersburg schools, I pons 111'1'I mimic, ami the( (' ,' Ida, ,
.,' NIGHT<: MARSHAL\ PLACED. ) iff walked back, ti.-. danct-d' ('(' company avenue, '
: r ( town I until .
went off like I Ir and chief his aides the .
/ hot cakes but the ni ( % .
t Duke i here/nday, afternoon. oys toys among "WB* woe, small ,
'f i Gladys hours '
)Miss UNDER BONIJ) OF. $$1,000,() met t Chief, Kite i A.. I lvnit., tlui of (li-r'- the imience/ '
I I morning. of
I '! i, Shaw and children left if r the better kinds, though more high teachers' of Pine lias county. J Ind( .
list. > inC4d, had a still better sale.. The Gov. Gary' A.. Hardee& was tha chief Officer Johns., IlefJ. theh' ",'ijjf' Tin1 hostesses.. > l for the I !room( 1 nmi< ', -, ,
)Mrs. J J. ) weear Tavares where ((- ,, ,
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m-cnsfon
)jMr. and they iniveraal 'I I > Chief of Police Silas Kite, Night!.\' reached(' Call street .he hi"'.mi" Mrs. J.. M. Alvarez weri( > at\ his wif(-, firing' '
? ( resid the* motor car brought' buyers speaker at the opening session \Wednesday ; <1- n !, Mrs. J.. ,
J aunt, ture. H.i
the tatter's C Marshal\! A.. L. Alvarez and Special I barrage of shots. 'shot". Mrs.. G. 1l M. Hitch' with n revolver.. ,
: % Messr&W. rn1aar' and after buying what ( night.{ Ho shared( honors withC. n ,ill Ionian, Mrs. N. ( ..
OUDty"
last
Barefoot R. T. D.). ..
k day Os- % Ills '
Wuln-
f1 Butler)Mrs.,D.one I. Blume ) J. 3.:..., syth and W. P.. Atkin- ..... hey' came f"r., there were so many ]I'' R. M. Sheppard, of DeLancI) super Officer under Claytpn Johns, of ,Starke, 'are :i'rettion.' said, were being' fiijAndrcu's nJ's'\ ,|Ii.,- [wright'mu Mrs.. J.K.. F.. (Oimwi' () Mrs.\ P. K.. to )wifo'ei, mother) { /)'.', h ,k
; I arrest t, charged with assault; At any s.iui, \, >YtI, Mrs A prevent" further, '
atten4iurch ther tempting offers, till they keptn intendent of schools of Voluala: county .. 7., Adkins, -
,. guests 'of.:ilrs.,l B. t .. at Harmony last buying as l long ns their purses I who spoke briefly as president( of with intent to kill, ns a result of H (dreu( hOot. I. n hasty 1 iff .UPI M%lit: to,,,''II .Si.. Slernhow.' ,' ('. and Mrs. of (Im. bullets' !!,

1 )Mrs.:'C. Lv Varjies ) Canv i old out-and they were generally I the association, and W. S. Ctiwthon! Christmas. night nhontinK' ail'ruy' i I street! to to the h ho, nis< broth, ,i. Keli-cshments' (of punch and. .she. (fell. ui.ii-)_..... '.,.. '

'were.. week-end I ? _- J>....ifo d.J d. a vis.1 here Sunday at the Starke. George Andreu local' that '..e> .., l hy> Mcsd.'iMn'K\( Him parlor "l/uul, hut .... '
I ) ) """ \ The clerks worked as if they were I who made the to ( horse quested: the call.I, .(?lHI! ( fl.. !M. died .. .
response '
-J 4ra.( : P. P. Dekle of SKndrews.Mr. trader, upon whose complaint the of- I I awaited, Sheriir on',". .. Burns' I.K.:. 1 L... fnman, I'I-'dwunl- \\' ," tln-ro.' ..
ii itinir!) :' fires, but the most busy ones I II the address of welcome. Among' the *\ "IMIV..Ii'h \ !. I HIJTU and l
; ; C I i tor! to Lake Butler } \ :\, andtlT. J. Baxter and lit- Yict'rs' II 1 \ < A.. X. """kilu"IIOIlIt' i ". I i ,After\ ,..
of ,
Vere .. I tliti law were arrested, is the Upon the sheriff"I Antlr.oo' those ( n desperate
the and Kxren noted Dr. J. J. \ '
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postoffice people speakers Tiger Unnoinjf< .,
10 is I were (!! (; ", ,
L. G. Johnson son, of jl nville were here' the Have I Agent A.. P.. Hoffman' and his U. S. conimisisoner of education, of other member( of the shooting(' match.. I pinned1) that lie ? SimitI.., ,,It f "-" Inoz. Moift, Mabel \\Vl'Ill''were I', \! Mlsxis was snhducd by A\. ( ) '
i ..(ee.' f of the J visiting relatives. Kite', Alvarez and\ Johns each' waived' tI.c'.!' chief of 1IIII'ht' ,' [fling, :'. Ifulda, Unritnret ) ('i'i--fn-iw- '; .
9 lalUaU/!, Carrier llolt endorf< who Washington! I U.) C.., Dr.. Bruce' It.. ( I p poll<, 111111'-11 I'i : llriiiHon, Klorom-e"" and h ho( .
Kirk and Julian ( I ", | Miss ANa nas, of Starke, was |therwlse' rests between the trninsA Payne, president of Peabody College(' preliminary examination in the coun--i,| and( the special' IT f,. 'pluilit''''''' ,d g (hews, Alirlam/ (OrtaifiiH) ( Mnt- I'lilii-cnuin' Ilorniun' / ,, ( ,

c school again after a I .. I I town )Ion nroute to her home ,rryinjf mails, was kept. busy", trans- I for teachers, Nashville.! Tenn., and ty court and were released( in $$1,000, ) I,i hi.-, fully) loaded(. ''I.rov. ,. ''hilt, h... ..Sternberif, Messrs.\ \Will hErs, N.. /I ,ed, 'and<1 arrested/ tho / .
Mr. and Mrs. Pine HifL] I bond each to appear before the grand had not fired.,. n S'vt'i,:" g /.. M.Vninwrffrht. \\',, t EpjiersonV., \ | vld( WHS badly hurt !>:
I I'f' t | ; and boxes all clay \long\ Dr. It. S. Otis, specialist in school \ I If.1 C. ,) '
1 # moved to the farm S.. B. }Motr I Jacksonville, was '" ,' ', rd d no wall Express' Deliveryman} I' physiology.) (' t jury in May. cal men exam "" WI'UII(' >(to>I! :111111I Wainwriifht, Kua Wall', ,, head", b by (Gibson's: / ) ( I
I ,'f'' Butler Bank. We ,pa. here ..,:. The shooting took I found, ] It ['urponlt-r':' ",. Ilrinnon, JU"f'' that (Gibson) .'
l. place on Madison it i is Wall ( had
Friday. N.
s
I homas. That no packages' went BH- The chamber of commerce arranjjed -,, I //I i Il"''" S t'I'lIh'l'll.' ( Kirk\ been' I '
: fly among us. : ,: R- E. Foi* was transacting ,): "' j |ay shows thutrPootmnstcr; Hull and' to take all of the teachers,' in cars' 4 street ''about tI o'clock' on/ Christians'' pistol and h h.'r"' h'n)( (' liI''d'.' I"riiiH: lloii'jU'y" '\ (,' ', of' Starke,. ', Dr. '' 'FI' .short. while before... ', ,' ") '
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and l ,
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",f ) ,: 'in JJigton last Thurs ./ II< I Jrs.'!\ Fernandez, his alls I.taht. and, to Pnss-n-Grille Beach(' and, the Wo night.. The number of'shots fired in Sheriff' I Kpperdreu's '" l'' hearing/:' .ttfl- I L.,. I'rldjfi'on' 111''iIrs. Ifiitfh' '< Mrs, 'ii-lf', but for some! (' /,' & '

: I .. C .: 1, | 3k:. I ,.ir extra help, Mr.. Hoffman and his man's' Club also< grave n reception' for a qnegliun' (' but listeners allege the! I,I story II 1111 to go, Im h""II'', .ilrn.,,I .Jaint s <(!runner('(' Mrs.\( P.IMi. Ttirnpr, I>'It told, tit tho trial, wAe

I : : : 4 A% ChristmaaviH be given Sat. -" .. S S ", (Ipers, kept strict tab on everything the 'teacher! number was more' 'tan twelve. For" which lit? did.'] '1 Irs.,. (C'l/iuclc' / .. Spaihman. MJ-IMCS tillS, : Raiford, Dec. 22 con-1 night at'ree \Will Baptist ; tunutely for all concerned none of the \Wednesdaycounsel(( .\; lipton''' lI"v > -:trl<'klainl, Adelln/ (' Alicu" ill\ rs. (Gore, ', who '
I I juturday night the (treat: rush was Starke was represented' at the educational ) "f f. (Donne) I hints thus (' ( ''i,
of Worthington, EverJ,, invited to at- ver' and they went home to rest on I Iioir gathering: b by) II. II. Wiggins' shots took, effect.. And, e (Out) WIII'I'lIlIt' "'..V, MiMite' ,( O. Daniels' / Miss !Atunson\ I Ifeii-(< t imt'ly!' death' ails' '

tor) jn town : WRev. laurels-if they were' not tool county superintendent' \ A. Scott, The story of the shouting as told for the urn,' '. alk'g.1j'' ".,,1 II *RI.I.., J\\las I \\\ilson\ ., Mms\[ !I Houndtroi' ,',* ... (tnrkv' by many, as / '

I :Mr.\ and Mrs. W. :: J. A. t'Pif'".,f Georgia, will ., .w. T''... "' ,... ,.... r .. ,.. I I IAlImV ran 1 to chose what to rest on. Misses\ Olive Ray and Doris) Scott.; ) : I.by a county official,. t to() a Telegraph nnt'' 7charirii(' .' assault wit h J;,imiH! Strickland/( IVtu' Ilt-nley' .,.,Messrs' 'n inie,' hero(' on u visit.. [ ,,

; several days in I It' his regula<;\Vment here next Well, all\ were satisfied, the mer- representative is at... follows: intent to I,, ..warrants' Wore" ,. raniri-i'':" ', Tom. si"'{.".",.. .., .> ... n Alack. !! f III>.1 lirt-y' her' broihm1-, ; ,., .,..... .. .. \ '
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A. D. Andrews I I and flat, the Freewill (4 L n: I'K' I 1J:: 1 MASPRESENT S ant, wth: their sales, the buyers CHIUSTMAS\ 1'Altri\ Sheriff PPe'sun was called.. from. .served. bv Iiheritr ltai/jl'II/ ,! ,,' Hd( Millican% John--.n.!L'ntenza' .1.' J K., Jioiintr Juiilus,''I \%''iia.. about, f Ii/>/5) years' --, -., ,) ..

p t t' I Gainesville one day (' 1 I ChurCh: b bodY, invited to ,tit the goods and the carrier peo- a comfortable seat'' in the Caiety 'When area ilo'e County Jlldu".. ,dl Smith' of \Walf
I I Miss Helen(' : | t these net le with work well (done. Th< chil- The young people, of the I n.! Y. P. Theatre by a messenger from Night.' GI'I', (>n., all -tI}(> d"r"'Jolnllh." i Kurnetlo/ < It Misses! Xillin., IJodui.Thptnm( ,re' ,, I"K." (owned) ( H I l.'irire.:' I trui-t' of' L

I : ale Sapp were i F. L. ''Crosby: icgonvj11.i( was n'-n', had, the time of their live;, with U.. had merry' Chrintmns party on I Marshal Alvarez. Sheriff Eppersonwent () waiveil pi-) -, il, exfloflinhltltci[ (and, Dullard) Mary/ !JI AlcCornuck!< Mosaics / Ilrmlfnril.." ( county)", '/ \,
s ler Friday. the nrst' **t"\k"\ ( to the corner of \Walnut 'lund bail) fi )fO)0 each.iinn Joe /IVrry" Dock) .quonlly, snld,1 1 to '
was < her
I Je attending [I ondies>( toys() and fireworks.: Chrifitias '\ the evening of the 25th inst., nt the ( 1 Duly> Slud, Ludvvld. 'r '
,, :Mr. and }Mrs. S. business affal') Call streets where he saw Marshal\ No C' ( ,\\ndreu, ''J. U. "Li'onard(' brother
but of? ,'
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I comes once a year, and it home of Mr.. and Mrs. J. r.F. Kickhter' Gainesville' ', 1'Vanlc'" in ,
,, S... daughter, )Miss I )Sirs. F._A., Ater.' New'.. River, ,ever' fails\ to come to Starke. on N. Walnut street.. Alvarez and George Andreu in con Up ut-oti', ''thiN paper'''', went, Pomeroy'''' '',)', ..1 Jr.'., Mr.. 'Turner', of ,Jnrkdonvillo Air. t C.. AI\ Humphrey.')', ,

t _' : I, ii here Sunday. here nrst (nji.jj visiting at The rooms of the! lower floor of this versation.. As the sheriff came up to press of t tiny "kind," htlJ(l !( I'L.. (I''. I Itamloll"'. ( ( She, i IM. survived..... by ninp ;

'* C W.. L Roberts of j jon home of herv"/ Andreu, II RRSHYTl/'tJ.\N/' \ SERVICES pretty home were thrown together Alvarez' stepped(' away.. The sheriff' been. mod, .\imlreu" Georgia' Alins.. rjufh: (Otwi'll) UnlviTMity.': ,((of f % of.' ) of whom' live nt x
.. .day last Royce Gainey} talked with Andreu but saw nothing() A ,' lea are.' ill, Palm' I Cewh' Alias ( On learning'/ '
t : itor to Lake I und nutf.n rircula- Bias : of his '
: decorated' with -
LARGELY ATTENDED" ) ) gracefully a pro oldie' : ,'.
Jl '' Sunday.. > about his actions tD, of the., ,Jasper. ('WI.l/I, / Air.' 1 it(. S... ,
w hure' 'II } I % i fusion of holly and( mistletoe. The to warrant 'an arrest \ lie t fracas Thot Mr.r find Atrx.' J J.. \W.\ Ri{ Humphrey" ) ,
'!; Mrs. .Dora Mr. Stewart, studentswho' homo but did advise Andreu to go: above st, J by a county olD- of Iflark Mountain* N. '. 1 sonville) He returned', ,' to .
3utler college at (
I i was p annuaf:! were Ann'iistim-, \ ..
I 11 J Lake Butler one |i ', visitor to our tway< '' > The Christmas exercises (of)f for the holidays were guests of honor homo.). Andreu left the' sherUf,;promising cia I and 'ken fop what it isI IMJ\K, \ f Pulalkn' / Miss Afaliel I nosclay(' : to mako .. %
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) I ", ,. Miss Lace<' [I. } j!l I Miss Inez,:McDaj\ tg, Pond ____________________ .01'. ',.' [eld IB Presbyterian on Christmas) Sunday eve at School the Prci-were on this happy occasion, which was to go home and started up ModI worth. I .wahl.-i.: Monars. Charlie(\ IIII1, \VVilniot\ << / I funeral.. 'The Marcus ,

: ler, spent last I w... a visitor to o lLle day last :':. ----< 5 : terian church. The church was I arranged by John Powell and Hiss ;,//1,1't'dl'r. Urown". D.-ivid).:-, . C" i
K. nuiiiiii
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.''It, ents here. week. \\I wl! 44f e5 Isabel Bullen, committee enter' Saylps!, of Atiiinii, Mr.. prepared(' ) ('( for seloult ,
on ( I ,
,. I, .(: ,Etcked with children of the school;, \ CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY) I (GIANT gnu SFIZEI) and Airs.II funeral' .
Andrews I Bryant .
: a 'W. S. Fred flaxen, of:. pent Sun: -\ .' tainment.... I INTo IlmlK,,T; Minn.. Corinne Or- (i-ortefi|." arrived.
} cir and I 'l'IIR ,
friends
% g parents and seated CUSTODV( ) i tho
i I II I .
B tnjsne) in I day here with home -- '. '''v.t 1 Good music and jolly caused tujus( of Jacksonville, ((7ilhi. a. in.. express."' ."' ,
'" 1: i.Rt. a glad array of Yuletide deco- I games j!Ii Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Beck had, great ; >it Or- )
"'"'' tuifiis I rector I II.)
f"- of r
r C.
x "
,, n. week.Mrs.) Nabb,. of !' I i WATERWatermill. -t 1- '- ". ,,,, tions, coupled with hearts filled I i the evening(' to', pass quickly(' away, I'! pleasure in entertaining a select party (- ity Odirers lire I -Tnmpn. I (the* proc'ession"' ,, Jones ,to
aI Friday r'z' I \ I ith cheer at this time of )year' the and shortly before the. good: nights$( i I of young people"' Tuesday evening, ng Ai'poriit' OPKICKHS) .." (01I.I --' -------- llnptist: "church' wended', Its
in town ,
el IUtAIWOIW, where'
S were said a beautifully appointed ice j I December> 2< at their home "Oak I ,
rropriate exercises most 2Hth., .
were duly I > .
)Mr. and Mrs. \ Dec. 33 2 () (;J.K: NO."; 3... Advpntlst( minister,; of
) course was served. Forty ] INSTALLEDI \ /
and Mrs. Thomas |j>preciated. young peo- i Crest Cottage, in honor of the eighteenth -i I Jncl '. 2H<-A triple : preaihi'il' ,'. (lie ,
______ children :. ... .. l of Gainesville, .pe 2 eelc-end I j The picturesque! scene, of theiV li< w >is tors to ,, + with homefolfcs.Mr Mrs. J. J.. Bullen.. Mr.. and Mrs. J.. F. II .I newly' elected- remains '
oflit-ers! (
filled with ,I Alvin Arthur' Back.. A k"lightful I / of Drud, ,
Ilistillery .
I Eitht-t |e ones joy, (deeply effect son, very < il illic'il' ( outfit ford, ,. (ed.f to
afternoon. and Mrs.[ J'JIer, e or come t to Kickhter Plant (ever\ J Ioilifi" '( No. 3.1" Crosby' cemetery for .. ,
; Pt ) and our the older folks, present. They were Col. J. C. Poppell' of U evening passed too quicklyin "'I."iw: Itionof the state., was'.. installi-d. I.K & A., 11 AI..[., were, The /
pallbearers(' ,
Ritch, Grah ,
i Herbert of ( on were, AI.. ,
daughter, ..isitors .. City. Wt-dncNd'iy.( ( (' ,
ado to recall their the of instrumental .and AlarICe
r happy' days of enjoyment I local afternoon W..
iiml" .
!4 V three inembprHhip>/ Huisden& ( r-rSo:.. .
;t town Sunday here Sunday.. office I hildhood, when had vocal.. music, and talks, interspersed I I,ted and I wart" in attendance.' '/ The "' .
in they expectantly games a mule ICt-ndrick( '
and d men anti () ( J J..
oyster" .
::4 p n :Mrs\ D. W. i )Mrs. Tiercy Robertoki f () m' S person get your ''oked forward to the coming of (CORKETT-KHiDON() ) with refreshments of icu wao... fized( ns jfoveinment(( intr of supper) ) : Ncheduloil( ( for the dOM.i,. A long ....H. fiLth,' H.. .
dakatives. ; { the
to Lowell. of a few d I' .. I ( procession of
is spending ceremony
I : h firistmas.. It was truly feeling of cream, cake, candies and nuts. Tho wile ,'pontponud') !, profuse
of Mrs. A. D. W a The home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. pro I to the rcari't' .' of .. "floral gift, ,, ,
( many, until t >
I tmstmas that celebrant the of a s future
l Joha? present.t It.is absolutely b I I free joy gripped the an I was recipient numerous : -'J J fey already under? ',date. regard(' In which tho .
week. Mrs. ,. ,
p Cr last :Mr.and\ (| d nce in the candl -li hted church as Rigdon was the scene of a quiet, but useful gifts and many hearty Rudolph % / held.
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A Geora.rs'"o* ..rsa rsaour CO! Williams Luther G. .. ,
Powell..
.. Andrews of ..
A.'D. children beautiful(: wedding last Thursday evening --, "wn.i.e' .:,.. "'n
exercises wishes all of which cherished
e began. good( are II .w..u.* mas
; ltnM' nUlle. negro, ter' ..
$t were.. visitors to section this week.! I If f write I ddenly the murmurs of the au- at Co'clock' when their daughter very highly, not alone, for their tuWo| oqy< on charges of were.' ( was in charge' of the Installation, .
enclose vio- and (
I In Alva ,;," you t t two Marie became the bride of acted(' .!( an LirilVOMKN\ .\ ":
4 .. afternoon. Miss Thoma1- J ht ;, flee were quelled( as the voices of Docia intrinsic value but for the kindly and 1 I lnBlonu'' prohibition! laws installing officer.. Tho ))""XIAf.; %, .:
.. ch }Misses Kate 'I a successful tenn' of;;', el-' S!seemingly far off chorus was heard Mr. Julius L. Corbett. Rev.. Bullen-, ) much prized feelings of friendship I'a rcerated in the (ceremonies( ( were performed, in a most.. WAK ,
'I 1c. Kennedy spent i bronn Springs, return*; Christmas As of the First'Baptist church, of Starke which the .. Those county InipresHivp manner' and appreciated' ?' l'1fys l'-'.
aringg
( ; on- cent t stamp t t to for anting; hymns. the prompted giving. 'j/Jo/ today.. by the '
,t ; _us. =1:1' \ d lay. j. pay postage.t banting ceased a charming young performed the nuptial ceremony, and' present, besides the host and hostess I I In Operation-... ( ,, stulled, /,'( visiting' brethren(- .. Those.. in. Given\'(' Film. .. (' '
I n __ Mrs. B. Thomas js lip, was witnessed only by relatives of the j were: lit.. ''Come "
___ VI' Prl stepped to the pulpit proudly and and the celebrant, Included the following ire in operation l n.C'.'" '

I J3i'; "" ::1'\:1'r'\ I r'j" r- days 0. W.in Thomas.Gainesville with tI We want t our young readers d he ited last"That line of First the recitation Christmas was Mprn"not room popular was young tastefully couple.dec.rated The( living with ,j, Misses: Beatrice Bullen.Jf,' Blanche)I 'hen were they at the,>were- stills,loeatJ.TI the.. and(
F J J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M.1 d ard as the ''chorus resounded the flowers and ferns, carrying out the | Alderman, Mildred Gill, Isabel (Fernandez .opt to make their I I"F." .F.. W. ("Fatty) Arbuckle(' '
daughter,\Martha, were r and d their friends d h have "a 'krmonious strains of "Adeste Fi- green and pink motif. Rosa Leviton, Fannie ''Darby,: I-ected. jf''a-' < N. Stump, treasurer.. mahiiifr, ready" for his .

J I Sunday.J. to lis,:"' followed by "0 Come All, Ye The bride was lovely] in her travel.. Alma Sapp, Eunice Perkins, Free n.1 I information \\0 L. W.Sternbcrir. Secretary' .. pictures. ,'"\ after January I,

H. Brown visited' C .aitbful." ing suit of broWn, with, hat and accessories \Wynn/ Elnoru Hedges' Leila Sapp, ; working, partly xunts Kickliter r., chaplain. I.loots. of the. 1.0/, Angeles'
A. /
out of( J J. Thomas
: I Saturday and Sunday. something t to study t d about b |1 The exercises were divided in three of gray. The bride Bradford is a charming .James and Hugh Brownlt, ,,..Jr., Arne state director' ,, In Tumjm tho. If. G. Wall, J..,I D.S.). I D.) eratu/, / women's' clubs.
k J. L.. Turner was a t bust> \ on iris I, each of which was vividly por- : young lady of the High: 'Wiggins: Comer Long, J J.. C. B ami. agents' from Cyrus t they "could' "not ''recedo';'(' from (' '
headmvil
Jacksonville one dal1;li ayed by "characters. The first part! School(' and has a wide circle' of ac Duugherty, Frank Carpenter, Tom the %W. Slotrtmk, S. S. position"; to> his, ,plan.. .

-. .. I Misses.. Rhoda and Reba> 1 Christmas t Day. he Holy Child" showed the scene quaintances here and( elsewhere who Morris, Thomas Limbaugh.{ iterdny( morning.er raiding.( party, G.. \W.G. Stn n cfellow/ J J.8.,' After,' Will ii. Havs., tic.il.-_ ._,.'_.... .h.,,. ,.
t ,.,'fo; will'wish her every happiness in her Snellgrove, Tyler. t the ? n
''p I guests of Edith .Brown ., Bethlehem at the time the Christ < noon when motion picture Industry, ,, ,
l $*. married life.. the Electric Shoe 'Shop, has move they finally Members of the lodge and ,, (ed' here
Saturday night. 4- hild 'was born. Young ladies; of the ; he still".. The' brethren visiting/(' yesterday that .
4' .1 I is Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ano eel united in singing: "Ljttle. Town The" groom is a eon of W.. L. Cor-i into his new brick house on Wnlni'| .then party sep- are requested' to meet,( at the I been' given another hanco"'

1'' : Of all visiting in Brooker Mondal \ ; \ Bethlehem," followed by the little bett, of 'Wilmington: N. C., and! is a !, street, just south of J. W. White marched( Into the hull" on Sunday/' night, December} Hint, (Tond, the Los,,, Angeles' d( .

M It is Miss Edith Brown deligU. .. "}' t tII s, who created all sorts.of pride in well known young: business man of Son's' grocery store. The building j nl ter St.at 7 o'clock' to attend in a body' thtJ, I rAton adopted.." II resolution' 1',

; most tertained a large number.\ ': > ,'\ ''IZ,... eir parents by singing "Away In anger Plant City. lie likewi has hosts of modern and.the. interior is roomy m In'''Hie/ of a small swamp in I i church.Johns'' service(' at the> (Baptist I lug 1 previous one. ('
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r.. ... .. friends who will extend their : well lighted. Mr. Hollingswor Height section, 12'' ohJ't'tlnl .
'
versary in honor .-of Misses Reba\a; \ No Crib for His Bed." con- { reappearance" ( ,, in ''r
; ____. :. Brown, of Brooker, Satuxd: -,'' 1 % }oJ> '\\J'e':: i second part Gloria in ExcelsU, gratulations. j I through go&d& work and low pri ever I - home near Grahj 'Was impressively acted. The I (' In the J J. C..
Urquhart
her \\f
l noon at <,I/. \ very raters Jon.. IlreM .' F
q. near
future..
: ; .\ ". e5 5 ;.,f" wedding and delicious refreshment* be glad to serve old and new cut : They formed a par (th hu ,
excellent and ,
The guests played game [iging was credit is ( In diNtrll federation' said, ( .
It is .0" search of
; .; f): Mr. and Mrs. Corbett tit t his quarters. tha stills, ,
: I joyed themselves thoroughl i. :: the efforts of all. were served, new TIlock "There' was pinty of th'IUAh' Arbu'-kl'- / nt hil* third .
/ .
S l
tting the
c ) .' : left the following evening for a trip,! three stills, (of.,fnflsruted cane Juice, .. .
t hearts the'guesta were invited into tnae: i third part, "The Visit of Magi" COO! said{ Mr.\ Moore, "and a load, (of Sln Francisco), had been; '
,
; 141 barrels candy
s' PURCHASES PROPERTY) j of 1
the East their return
l on Coast and on r
. InOl.....< room_.m where refreshme .'was.. followed. by the entire SundayBradford Ucam' boiler None went short." ruusinl tho (death(' of Virginia '. .
.t ,
who will be home St. one hydruulk
at 209 W. .
Cherry --- ('
served; ; consisting of pies"c; anooL marching down the aisles In1kiniph. I 'I Those present' at Moore's' ireen. actress' the testimony
r' S it departed t and Plant City. I I F. A.. Crowder, proprietor of (J Jtier's twenty-vvo gallon of tht'tare say they such(' a (character
The Happily thankfully they going '
the one, candies. guests : If run into fi five again, as Tom I 11.1 ''such / as to bar him
gallon
i ,, thanking the hostess for the,i received. the gifts from Santa Claus Big Store has pure. hasp j the : hot-;''j- good" .entertainer. ; a er from Appearing,' before a ',
:. L .. CAR!) OF THANKS Futch building from J. .E. "Kutclj"' officers arrived at the 1
: mons to occasion. JSa, .*.I the event wilt live long in their L IIE'lf-relpeclnl public, ,
I B d |mmory, to be later recalled as. the! I sale price was not mentioned.' % PO.\inKOUS' : ? PONDEROKA' )); truthfully ,:"' sho d
( !< nay (
: In the Tenny Randall,'tar qurter. C County piest hours of their lives. We tender our heartfelt thanks to Work was immediately star one or the bent outfits I be- ed, "thnt the club' women of( k

!14 the university of Georgia4team t 'to Mrs. Hedges, wife of the pas-- the many friends, who assisted ua by | remodeling the building by Mr.t t I II Ins,. ever been seized in this James- Hornsby(, ', a farmer country wou'' not commend
..: will to kind deeds and alleviated our sorrow der. His intentions are not kn[ f I I'ad the state," George living a bucklo
I ir for'the K,
t i, is the holiday west ot a4l credit' d is due excellent* Gay, short (distance (cast' of Ilms and. I ,do not think
L ,, ; : ; :: ; : ; : with their sympathy during the illness I 1, declare,"last Starke, Is one! film P
powing night "No of will
'.. standing, iS Starke. M. of the school'' at. large. The thoHO who show what sinceed(' without our
i: and after the death of our be- JUDGE GREEN"; BUYS PRO J,i I'I'the source of I can be done rncndutlon.. "
,
.. :? rclaes, so pleasingly invested are much of on tho ]lands( of this, section '
: be -Miss Blanche McNeil T. I just reward to her untiring efforts.. loved mother. May God bless ,them.L. I villi,B'shlrte, for the stills had ,' Ii Is"; small, but Intensive Ills, farm Arbuckle- who was barred from ,

! the holidays in Starke IS8fi' Telegraph h' E. Lee and Family. County Judge R. A. Green i ily aeft;'y'.of turning out many,! makes it blossom as the cultivation I screen last April by Air. Ifayen, .
I II
I. of! rose, and
memy at
bought the following gallons a day. I I tie '
pa all !
j
k er, Capt. McNeil.\ g: fHW YEARS DANCE .me, times of the year Mr..Hornxbv, ha.h_. I : re-employed by Joseph' M. (
CARD OF THANKS r I Is (f6
I I land near the court house be tried in -- n '
__ >;,"'. "AT WOMAN'S' CLUB : the crimt something to sell.! producer( It was. announced.. The
of Jacks 4- The R. S. Johns residenc 1ft Ot t February 2 In connection The latest median; said: "I am
,
: Allan Canova, Ii fll? I, notable product. from 'ery ':,'
the holidays,with!' b1s;*,j : d': We wish to express, through the Jackson and Sanderson .stre' 'Ie all eged enticing of a young I farm Is a ponderosa lemon his I all those who are, helpm' rrlteful me( I
spending A New Year's' dance will be held Telegraph' our'' most heartfelt thanksto The Austin lo h,one.) weighing' will .
STARKE Lacy U, Jua0"1the Dewey Griflls 4 I
; ents Mr. and )Mrs. E. E. Can FLORIDA ,f ", cDon, Dv. pounds( and 2 ounces.. It l il.l of prove myself. worthy 01' '
: ftt t the Woman's Club on Tuesday eve- all who so kindly assisted us during property mentioned a*| ell, a young woman, and form, rich symmetrical faith." f
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..?i *:,: ?,.-. '. lag, January, 2nd. Admittance will\ I the last illness and after the deathof derson street. Got*>ibread\! are also being' beautiful fruit,. The ponilerosa color and! U a i
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.I ha
> w ;- by invitation only. our beloved mother.Mr. Aim the lot between the I II lame case.., rather thick' a t

1 L ,. JUAN1TACAFREGULAR 7e.% County Paper:: .. Bobby Swanson's' orchestra, "the I and Mrs. P. A''. Johanson. church and the J Hickey'plal{ ) that of the lemon rind,of but its juice I'S like PREHHYTKIIIAN,\ : I'I'I'
J '- commerce. Thos
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: ;*r'' unsic$ makers: will furnish music for I I fereon street. still.spreadinll joy. Christma who have tried It I
j here
I .
tl N. T. MEALS-SHORT O! the h occasion. HOLLINGSWORTH IN NEW LOCATION ,not t complete without a candy success; It t is hardy and have. had MOod The subjects-e {' '; '

' .- TV* WM pUc ta at! it Staiks ..so successful was the Christmas I '!" CANDYPULLCANE\ !nd'calle grind. Tom Moore, out grown by every farmer.. should be church for both morning and :

j'-c; ri: L I dance, that it was decided to .start 5 J:ellbronn Springs, handled the ,display' at Mr. KickliUr's' .store The one on services will 0(suggestive (for

L'' gis he'"New Year rll'ht. Frank Hollingvworth h., proprietor> of] Tuesday night and the 1 and .a merry time was had. ;largest- -we..have seen. -Is the New Cordial Year invltatloirvto thought*. the public <3'


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