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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02157
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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', lUtKIAL AT MEK ItOl'UE I If citbfns are said to be moving about I 1 Unwit v.J T i at'tho = FRIDAY. DECEMI.Pi---.,. ,..,.. .,.,
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;? ; -I' KAILS TO CAUSE OUTBREAKi!, in vehicles and on foot with fire arms 1 tat cemetery.i| cd l by Dr. J. J. Bullen, of the Firs. day from Jacksonville ;:.!.
f I II where she had -
I their side. the, I i Baptist church of Starke. A l\fessr\ : Purvis ""
4, ; | Presbyterian church in J large Spent several days visiting her Lewis lend : .
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Citizens in Storehouse Parish. Carry II The Mer Rouge hab been divided J i I S'a' Fit nducted the funeral concourse of mourners, including the :Mrs. Elvah daughter Thomas, of Zi/f/ visited
friends
i Guns and Situation is 'fen'ie j jBustrop | into hostile camps since the events I The eaters were, Messrs.rites A. I children of the deceased, followed the Clemons Wagner, and son, J. Tuesday afternoon. !! b '

t t. La., .Dec. 24.-:Morehouse following last August, it is admitted. I I Swanbo :,,0. T. Nelson, A. Olson | remainsjto their last resting place, Mr. and Mrs Mr.: and lUrs. Willie
{!I and 1 D. E. Bell and chil- Reddish
was upending a quiet Christmas eve ''1, T. J. Burnett, the lone suspect to I A. Brotrt. The remains i and the floral-offerings were beautiful ,- dren motored Uealbronn, Spent Christmas ,
were to Cash ,
es Point !\ here
:' tonight in the midst of the startling {,|, reach the Parish jail, discussed today II j: corted to heir las resting place by and profuse. and spent the day with relatives.Monday 1\Ir.\ and Mrs G. W. Andrews Wi
Investigations instituted by the state with his attorneys the charge of mur1I I II : a numoris cortege and I R. Bill Richardson
I(I flowers in L. Crews, of Hampton, and H.-nr!
: ]last week to plear up the mystery of''j I I der he must fact at the open hearing abundai Were. visited I of Sanderson, ,'t,.
: given by i lIJGHLANDHighland : relatives here motored .
S Borrowing I I Christmas her, ,
the kidnapping case of last August,!)| net for' Jan. 5, by the attorney gcner-I. friends I .j i Mrs. Evan Wilkinson, day.Miss and attended the Christmas SLI",
when five citizens of Mer al. Visitors denied admittance '. Rosie : the t,I I' -
prominent were << home
:i I Wilkinson of R. J.
--r: Dec. 29 Mrs. J. B. Savage and Turner.
: Evan Wilkinson son were
Y Rouge abducted masked and. tie military the
were by today as patrolled
I HIT OF :MRS. visitors Howard
LEE and Mrs to Jacksonville Thomas,
George Tuesday. of
n T white robed men jail grounds which are flanked with Wilkinson Tampa ", ,
friends
.4t were shopping in Starke Wednesday J. F. Firkin, of Plant City, who has here during the ,
holiday
Bodies of two of the alleged victims machine gone.Burnett Mrs. L'ili'ed :
Miss
fjicy been
a her home morning. relieving Mrs. J. J. Smith Lula Mae
of the mob, blown up from the has made application thru on Churcrtroet: near the Miss second as and Mrs. Conner of UI; '"
Ap EpiscopalrhurchISy Rosie Wilkinson trick operator for the Ardell
r bottom of Lake LaFourche, Thursday his attorneys for a preliminary trial ; December 22nd. in-law, John > and brother- week, left for past sonville, Miss Abernathy, of I ty
: his
t r p ; :Mrs : B. Savage and two boys home Tuesday. Era Crews, ,
identified Watt Daniels and Thomas channels to thwart hact ofI", I, :
; as through regular Lte ba ill
) but a short time, but Carl and J. B. Jr., of Stuart, arrived W. M.\ Wimberly left Tuesday for :ry, are the guests of heir :
Richards buried the Daniels' grand
in the state's
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program. though -ivrthing was done to pro-i i I Friday to spend the holidays with Mr. Mulberry\ for a visit with friends. er, Mrs. D. J. Sapp i
family ground seven miles from The attorney! general has instructethe d I i i I l long her' I, high age and. a feeble I II and Mrs.\ E. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hood are the Frank farrell<< of Pine R
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Mer Rouge this afternoon side by aide district judge not to act on the Hill
4 ,# : constitutjtmade the best of care f u- | B. II.! Ricks, of West Palm Beach, proud parents of a son, born Dec. 'friends here Saturday afterno, I(
in the presence of a vast throng of petition for the present.A tilc- W is

I l relatives<< !, friends and. curiosity seek former deputy sheriff of More Mrs. Lcvas a daughter of Mr\ I i Wimberly spending and the family.holidays with H. C. 24th.Mr.\ and Mrs. Raymond Bell left on Alachua W. M.county Hodges Sunday.visited frirl.l',,., !

r erl.I house, a farm owner and a memberof James HUH and was born in Gcor 1Irs.V.. P. Crews Saturday for Cash Point for ,
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I 1 J, More than two hundred automobiles a well throught of family, Burnettis gia Janpa 5, 1848. She moved ,I W. L., were visitors to Starke Wed son with relatives. ,I to Lake Kelly made a bus.n.
c' and other vehicles were counted on declared to have with he.pnts to Butler Friday.
by enjoyed ,
many Florida, nesday. Mrs. J. A. "
i settling Starling and Mrs.
.. the roads leading to the cemetery. good and his friends in Putnam mty. In I .. ,.. J. E. .Tire. M.\ Tfwwi.. .. *e_ or .
a reputation arc OSL'AI'_ .., ..
t -.. 1863 she was i, I un -P".I._. HQ miu mew L.u, "1185 Bennett were visitors to Starko _Fri.. ---- ""D. .. 1 J
"" The crowds began to assemble at the coming to his assistance and state I I married[,*) G. W. Lee and about Purvis, of Keysville, LUCY : day. Mrs Belle Johns spent Mon.< ,

f 1, cemetery hours before the funeral I that he could not be implicated in i I 20 year.J.*hey moved to Starke. j I the home of :Mr.\ and are Mrs.\ visiting W. G.at Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sampson the guest of Mrs C. R, ,
I was scheduled. the alleged murders. I I j Sixteen yea go she was left a wid- j Crews this week. I Carruthersand Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hodge,
The Episcopal service was read and I At the conclusion of the open hear-:I ow, and ,iinJien she had made her J: L. Johnson I visited children, of West Jacksonville, Friday in Lake Butler. 'f l

Ir i a squad of national guard escortedthe ing, it was semi-oRlciallp announced home with daughter 1Iillil.Ia:\ | with relatives in spent Jacksonville.Christmas day H. C.relatives Wimberly here Jr.during the week. Russell Reddish, of Heilbr,,",,,,
bodies the sounded i was a busi- '
to graves, taps here the men, if indicted, will be i thilda Lee, tored here
mov- j tenderly cared for her I II. C. Saturday
Wimberly Jr. afternoon,
I arrived nes svisitor to
and fired aalute the bodies : Thurs- Lawtey Tuesday.
a as werelowered until
death
ed to some other parish for trial, i. day to The Christmas tree
i spend the at Mr. ,
holidays <
I with his and \
into their resting place of ,
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most likely Baton Rouge. The decea.embraced the R. T. Turners
Baptist [ parents, Mr. and :Mrs. II. C. Wim- NEW: RIVER Sunday aftermgreatly ,
earth, after having wallowed in the i faith in
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4 ; was ever a devoted -i berly. enjoyed. A nice time .
lush at the bottom of lake for four r v
r M a i DEATH OF MKS. ERICKSON: Christidoing good wherever j I Mrs. J. J. Smith ported.No .
1 months, wire bound and believed t n' ( she could,*be? humbly to the de- '! from a visit with returned Monday\ New River, Dec. 29.-Mrs. Pierce ,
I.t. t have been tied to u heavy iron weightDanieU :Dirs.' Margaret Erickson died at the i crees of the ter and cheerful un- ',I 1 and Tampa. relatives at Ocala. Crews and Mrs. C. A. Johns motored Worms In a nealthy Child

Served in War home of her daughter, :Mrs. P. A. I deg all crC: Dlces. She,leaves, of R. W. to Starke Sunday and spent the holi- All cblldreo troubled with Worm ha. +
Vaughn
Danels] was a iVorld war veteran, Johanson, northeast of Temples mill, near relativesree! :'''L. of Lawtey, and J. days: there. rule healthyculurwhk, Indicate poor bloo .
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sons, L. E. Lee Tidwell of there Is more I
Maxville "r ,1\
r j having seen service in the tank corps.He December 17th. lIer death was not( ', of Tampa.jT Lee, of Savannah ';' of Mr. were guests Mr. and Mrs E. B. Johns, of Ileil- J.KOVE; 'S TASTELESS CHILL es. Stomach TONIC 01 1 ,\
and
Mrs. '
,' wan, single. Richards was matf unexpected as she had been in pour( Ga., and l-o, x-e, of Starke, and I Christmas day. II. C. Wimberly on bronn, motored here and attend the lardy lortwoorthrea weeks wfl' earl' ft";,
rigid and the father of two children.Both health for some time, and though the three daughtt\IlssMathilda: ( \ Lee Mrs.\ G. W. Christmas tree at Mr. and :Mrs.\[ R. J. pnI04Tonlctothewho"uYI'em.rmpnvethedlar.Wm.audattaeaq" : Not n.. /"\
were members of families that best her I Mrs.' Parker returned Tues Turners Sunday afternoon. throw oRrrdispel thaworm. ''I'
:i care was given a constitut- and 1C Jffis, of Starke, and and'hc '
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IWrrhsihealth.
/' ,I I were pioneers in Morehouse.\ tion rendered weak! through high, age, Mrs. M.!\ M.' (, of Tampa. The I : Pleeaant-le.eeU la":
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t ) ended made recovery impossible. bereaved Velafjave the sympathy -- -
I" crowds started quietly for home without Mrs. Erickson was born in Toots- of all in their ,w. I -

',' j outward expression of feeling aker, northern Sweden, September 23, The funeral in charge: of Funeral ,
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; t that has been reported as surging 1811, being thus over 81 years of age Director Jones. The interment Alachua County's Foremost ;
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r I within the kin of the dead. Her husband, Mr. Olaf Erickson, died was agsley lake c me- I Shopping.CenterShop # -

t Fearing that pent up emotions many years ago, and in 1897! she emigrated (ery and the ores were conduct- ;, ,
y I I, might be loosed during the deathwatch to America with her son-in- I Through Our Mail "
/ ;} t last night and following the law and daughter, who settled i m + ." I 11 III .+++ Order Department. /: ,

I 'j I I funeral, today, Governor Parker late Worcester, Mass., and }made her home iIJ. I' .

., !11-d yesterday rescinded the order issued with them Ten years ago she again I ,R1ava.' o Equipped t ;
\. previously in the day for the MonroeI moved with them, this time to Florida. I
I I, \. national guards stationed at Mer Being of an energetic nature, <*' + uolt / .
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I'' fi::;. 1[: Rouge to proceed to join two national she helped her children all she couldwhile 1' "CYCLONORIZER"' $ Service 11iV. .
? i"' guard troops here guarding,the courthouse they were hewing out a homein $.".,.
y and jail square. the pine forest, and had the satisfaction I'I r (/tJ.w., i d ,

The governor: feared to leave Mer of l seeing their labor crowned 6145 .a.y :t CAINESVILLE.FIORIDA' 'Jt I

i r Rouge unprotected, It was announced. with blessings. She was of a'cheerful i PricejM.talled atBOREE'tRAGE :
f' 4 Citizens Carry Guns generous disposition and beloved $ I) Largest Stock of Ladies' "'1',

1 S i Stores and residences are generally] by. a host of friends. 1 I : [ \ J. Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and i:
'. reported as stocked with unusual supplies Funeral Director 1>. C. Jones haend '' .'

')tT'" '. .') ', of guns and ammunition, I charge of the funeral and the inter- +11 11 M,c.-.M i :tll Notions in Central Florida. # .

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i FRIDt COUNTY TELEGRAPH. $TARI"E. FLOUIDA i ii

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iSJ BnmMmffiBga t. Tho father failed to overtake them. To cur eontU n.i+ th. ilea '- .
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I ..j aunt contain tonlo. niter**/)* and 111I" r"R. lit ifall -= I'\(; 1'llrrE-
I The Christmas edition of the Tampa mhartio propwtlM. ;lfrR. :
i News of Florida in Short Paragruphs J. I'::. I -
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.. : Times is a fine number of that important i l:'oilll'' and drug MI'. Barney -1
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: .0'1' und excellent Florida news I .rhur""a.\: '. Stltrk hi.A .it ,ys4vant. sari !''flea r

; paper. It contains 132 pages attractively .. L. lJl'nnett torheir effort ,,7'i'.0 I'll Per, >
Live State \ th. qu>llllM.r an ill. of ( "'', '" ,
t: s J arranged In special section, function.. tor. to the bowels th 1 with his TltuIiVill". "1'11'Chrlstnills I ''"- / term be 1'0. The i"Way It "ue"Joyed .

L..._.__.__ u _r m which includes advertising and Infor- Mrs G. or. Bennett JIIII'Ot8. MI'. all 1. the and, everyone closed
mation regarding certain activitiesand : / his leaving! :' soma 't'nelters) return hayS
Told by Our Exchanges. of whiskey, and turn,", tollll\' home Iohdrlifor terns fur

.: industries of Tampa. Ono of the the car to Avon Park' h. h. '..1 1 I/-1.1"-/ and' Mrs U-. A. Jones 'Ie'l:C!

.'ilJMllJmIDmmmrnmmmlDWlDWmwl CIIImD1II!! IIJr number is a fine picture and description After obtainin'I'h \Voodurd. hour 1\Irs. S. H. appointment at the tilled hi"
s ;.Immigration officers arrived In I abolishment of the tourist camp and 1\ .'1'1'- Miss 11ampt III. I Saturday IIItilit ('hu1'\'h A
of the Times building whichis and on '
new Uhoda
rant, he searched the largo Sunday.
", the park to the of llennl'tt The
landed i converting use
Tampa with nineteen aliens I'I/tool' / has Theressn
to be erected at the corner of Wash passenger Studebaker found after n closed her I C. E.
,,J ak S n\bel island last night by an unknown -I Tampans. I t successful wits u Chrlst.I1l11S
ington and Franklin streets. loaded with turnl'l,! to her term nail I IIIII''I'SS in tree
whisker. homp 1'11-1)
every
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| craft. Three nationalities were 11r. here it to WilY( und
of Tampa who quarts in all. It'a fly/ 1'11'' -I/ and lIIrs. J. ot the flJl/pHt./ all
I represented In the catch. Henry Lopez, was Lulu G. tVilllnmaun l..ake City novo Jones
n (taken to the Gordon Keller hospital Since the first shrimp canned in coaled in the back and,] the i', Ir her are spending the holidlly of I concerning the gave lIn interesting talk,

:n. D. Williamson a Columbia count .Saturday night with a bullet hole inhis Florida were packed in Apalachicola seat the springs nnstl'l/ 1'1'g I I parrnll. Mr. and lifrs 111. 11nl.lIfrs. e with/ be celebrate'day > r31rs

< farmer, has been arrested, charged right temple, died there at 10:30\ less than ten years ago shrimp anti having been removed. WI''" l,'n I arl' visit/It/Louise/ '; t ineent and, chdl'Irnnni ; I;; A.. ru:_.._ .

i-with' the murder of Police Chief llartyA. Saturday night. Officers who Investigated packing has developed into one of the rack substituted, thing I' I "," I I w'l'k. /: r'IIII.lvl's in 01'11'' r holed+(yn' With' -/1 III spending the

t ? William- the believe that the leading industries of that city. Developing completing/ the I I. a'''" I lu. This :Mrs her parents
( Revels of Lake City. ; case man n. 111. Wr' and

( (201, is being !held for safe keeping; in I committed suicide, although they nay' from a mere trade" of insignificant license tags we' four,.. Ii-II IiIIana I Illlll1Pton as 1dll I HlljI.'an wets hoppinM' 'hl", Ronnett She 'lit t0"tJ"Vf ,
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Y i'the," Duval county jail. I there Is a possibility that he shot proportions the shrimp business I the equipment. lIIrs. C. SlItUl'dll, in NI'"t ,4ntnrdnforrly '
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f.' __ I himself accidentally or was shot from in Apalachicola now amounts to A.t.IllIl'Youngblood: ,'. Mrs.Morer : II. } \'l1tinll of the ( SuntlllY the) coo-

The season's first solid car of beans ambush. upwards of $350,000 a year, and employs Many thousand II 'h"/1.../ I,-I! i Sibley' W"l'l', / l.ynl.l// and Mrs' Jo?:. S.1'1. .111'11' <1"1',1, will hI''hriKlllln held churches ot t

"vas shipped from the South Okeecho-i' more than 600 persons. Four qtiors and' TOD galloijf'11' \I '.I" ", 1 I Iny. shopping in Stll"kl' hrl- ''' ,rhhrelr here at the ,l

1 Iteq: section Saturday by a Mr. Chap- II. Trovinchy has paid up $500 and largo/ packing plants are operated in destroyed Friday m ut! |/1.. : The ''(d.' (iveryht1y //Ilvit.

:'), ||>eJ. The 700 crates in the car are i I costs and leaves a $1,700 .automobile Apuluchicula and the shrimp business Duval I. county .mid 1 jj'f: "i-n." patrons/ "r Tlwrl'slIlI Wish I., -- ,

'f P'xpccted to net approximately $2- behind him following; his arrest on means that tha sea food packing industry insucd I liy Circuit j Inn, Ii... Wi"t. ---

0 ,(\OO.'V.I I the Avon Purk-Subrlng road before i \ in that place in a year-round The liquor m-ht-duj 'tru, ,: ; : '
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\ ;;rh Tampa Tribune came out Sun- I uty Sheriff J. R. Method. The load the criminal cum I Iuiigned liu,.. I -

'V.I(illy in regular metropolitan style, { of liquor found in the car was one of Because their fattier; ; II negro, of on ch.inj, ,'tins ,,;, ON 1923 TlONIII.

Atwth I 16-1 pages/ of excellent news. andy -''the fanciest assortments seen since Lakeland, beat them Sunday morninghis nation.il prohibit, at. t..' MOTOR

b 8 vial articles. It required n spefjcil the Christmas bars flourished before two sons, aged 8 and 12, sought red at HOoVo: ), llj '1'" e I I1Ii1in ::,: VEHICLE

', !! mail car and a special express I the days of tho Volstead act. It was revenge and when they caught the \ ? an>ongNonh b

!: :'r 'to carry the Tribune to the differ- bound for Orlando for distribution. father asleep they tied him to tho .. LICENSE i iu

ph r. ,'sfct south Florida: agencies .
: bed, shot him three times with n shotgun the
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,..r'' 1j IVliccmnn J. S. Meads, of Jacksonville and then set lire to the mattress of .. Itl Wehorn St.t. I
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l RUI. ConUlrnprr
..It 'ormal announcement of the build- narrowly escaped being shot and This was learned by a coroner's jury : Urges P
y: : of u new million dollar, hotel at a negro believed to be Fred McNally, upon Investigating the finding of the was mvitlj I rY nit,!I" E.rIJ.-x. I"/mHons' n. '
,' about 12 oVIocfi"1' ti-.vin" .. It'i1ef1
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.r Petersburg was made by former was instantly killed by another officer badly charred body on the inattrcsi to .br.'nk into S r'e I <:it.: I I LiccnNr 'fngs Will

"b \ of the Hotel Ifunt!n6ton. They early Sunday mOl'nlnJC.'hl'n the negro which was dragged/ into the! yard of n.I".sed HeAI'I'LIr'AT1 4 r
flf"1' winlookiiir '
Enled sleepin an / / n.
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actual work the 1511.
building
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opened I fire on tho officers us he his home. The boys were arrested '01'1mnn __ .

"' f, tamU! start Tuesday. The new strut was about to search him. Two bullets and are said by officials to have admitted from / ,1'J J ..
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sto-les from the negro's gun fired from the Killing. i ,. TliJ Mr. Iop, our "' Rr.A1ha.nvC'i !! .
sateen i. ..1 ''n ,
:i;; i Ids hip passed within a few inches of ____ i Club.. .fron, h"nk..early." Thor mar .It., I WI/A'r r,; A TR"CRt ,
,, ij who t i. t tiiriu'dBfin i rot. R "' / 1 'nnf.v u''o'''' A "Irurk ,,, .
the ofllcer.! His Street beggars I tlttlu; e mu I land, II ti ""Idrto" ., .
/ partner seeing the peddling and I CamptrUIer I for .
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10w..1 lnlluluixnuo. :
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'Peter: "
B. Dam of Jacksonville, tompained / ar ./
draw tho from his all forms of elms soliciting | I.
I p- negro gun hip by itine'j '.,.11. HUM'' "'"> lin.l. Fitt OUT Dl.M 1i I'f Ivnly' '' Willette '
to the police that "
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pocket fired two times. Doth bullets! rant professionals who work l'\. Remy 1.1.1'. to B..to.
n"h"h' boor
." Snow, whom he' befriended in May- been lfi l n.l hortlv/ I 11,,,,,",,,,,,..rear ft ,IN n"mNwr 'n"'..1 'hike nl "' ''L far
entered within a few inches of thoncgro'll Pierce year after year are prohibited' ot ", .. n Ileuk / ,
after t this, a 'Q' t'III"H';' i i lrun'l nl'ntleeiloot' I", nmr"t neltru'uliY ..rn I" .1' xrr or "..O"NO.j elti.nltJrxanqu ja V,
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part Monday night, disappeared ,
,,' heart.A by ordinance enacted by the city ,. for, IlnjnulblnNlei" "I mrnrvl' FY II""It n.r j /I ,
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lit dollars. Dam said he took 'TlII
sixty council Wednesday night, which '11 rexeh Y"U prvnplyannN'II/ emeaU ,1 1'ho ran/ J"'LU'. 4.

:i'' Snow to his room for the night but I : survey of thitrus fruit grove I vides a fine or jail sentence for 1'1'11-1 saying oIlI.d ho I hjwore n burred I 1'011 'rAL'nett; I v..hl"mule It vCrlaue.torte/ / "rhmrx,h. of 'Inwk' .,..//.... l' 1
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." 1}whh the coming of yesterday, both in Marion county just c mpletcd hy violators of its provisions. Pc ,lling'I' | l/t"/ for I'awN wIll la 14 to ,11..1 I Inrhulluu, ', Jrlmmltta, xvluht' nr e .
rul/ '
I ,. all /
I I hat I v.> b | xPpaaxlho'/ ." ,. mil I1h"mnilnltly 1 I. RltYnnwith' .er"" .
y, Snow and tho money had melted away the Marion county chamber, of con- without license is likewise. prohibited.If //11' ', w'Nrl U"'iI' rotvlvrvl. ,in Ilmt, dxru.Isle. IA,11," root I \1' mn'ke" "p r'I/r/ file,. ;
__ I body "in : ; lax. "'//011 ., iMc 1//01 I r xlven nlmuld,. I... .
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IThe morre gives an estijtted! total of 5.. the ordinance is enforced it will nut,,. ..rlfl!' .Inl,. h.INt. ". glue. nIl "" ".v"10"r goad. far I tier.n'ItiyR
dl und 1I> otlj It -
first car of cabbage, doubtless 155 acres In bearing and young: trees. undoubtedly rid 1 tho town of the professional 1Ir /(1.111"/, / with,. the I"w rot: W",,4'r .gnumnyou I ; N451i3: .". .
tio first from the state of Florida I was sell rer Jnn.Ytix6lfi"8 tea ,' tinlml R''.."",,,.... v
tiro
h not Including scattering trees on the beggars many of whom arc I '." KI, '' II.."".. I rim lug ell Y 'IIRIr /n ;
Wm. ( Ihu ar trod.Llunk .
,.; t, ill fall, was shipped from Coleman farms and around homes, and not In- fully able to earn a legitimate/ living, i and had urtj 'rot' h When' T.s'f"; S 11IrR ('''',. "type" Thlx''''''"1 anti h".rn.111I., ,..... 'It,' print, nr "
ni| .f
Inxur". f. .
I mter county, December ty, another Ii I' eluding groves in several section not but who have waxed fat ofF public n draft t. 'luge, furl, ,'the 'n" n"',,1-.51,5 rer, ,Ix onld 14" ehtI""H, hnndN. I 011111<'(1"Y o( Your Ing a."J' Red, 1,1'1411'rP .r '..
i( ,r following the next day. Prospects / I hi wilt" 1'".. Tx
reported. It is believed that the total charity.As .h"
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'""' Will IIthn. Ix"'I 1 tram! rtiwfute "" lOu..1NO1.LFlt
h good and cabbage will. be moving $253.! H.fl .. Citin Chums,' "", ,lit Nor
1,4\ will easily exceed 6000 acres. -I own Rhotihl, .r orvomxhl l" Tali teAhR:
WOI/III. ', ;
'i: not telli I ithough I bra Ixt/inhrlY' no" IA\Y. '
ght; along now from the famous I R a sequel to a pru-holiduy celebration / nnmlwr' "10.H'"I', / fl'""",,,. the I'rrrlu,. "
w"hn'.rh. 'tau enneR orl,,.
;.t, I arm Spring hammock land. One Hispano-Suiza airplane motor, ", 'V.I'. Fields, a law 'cr. ot t far'Irurk p.. NnNnnnunr. mr. .Ix fOjt"m'n hlx.tr.dn'uno.W ,.. ant hnlxldp' ." wn.Unlt' eprsro
I. ""' < roblsTher. hJr.. IhrI'rxu oee uwtor tint
r rer'1" vhlnla' ,. llmxronrlnln owners or '
taken to pieces but with all parts ''4 n Mlountstown and former member of toll"'' 1' for rnnmlli Iingwii 14'' In, Pul Ihu' bl tiler. //'HI// by (/,. .. ,u .. A
nT er'ro'1' tome
Oldsmar well No. 1 was "brought good-order, and said to be worth $7,_ the Florida" legislature from Cnlhoun' / 'h" Irurk ,h'g nr lxx for' rood.hln..//1. "n "eelISaapArlNNf4 k"I't 'In'"lnd,wmglroll"1I.t, uud' It .h..u"" Iw, .!
"u ,.,
.Id
Friday with every indication of a DOO, was found in a garage in West county is dead ns t tha result of resisting ( Inw. The' "nr".y net frume the :**
a
I tiled production of a thousand bar- I Tampa by Deputy United States marshals a deputy sheriff, according to Rre"t'.n:' .......".'fl.,. ,j,1,: I the, ""' "I"mUor' re wai111Y'unPr Ile' tq In ndvlNingat t.,:

i ; 'a; day, as soon as some minor re- 'I who seized the motor. Thproprietor witnesses at the. coroner's in<1u"Rt.Fh.ldll. fell. "I' SI I Ito ."r. to nand f tvcllnn nntrnnar r I.. plueo' U.nn Ito an.ptnalon \ !
I """ 0"11'1' nr Ihot '
}y' 1'irs are made, a badly cracked ens- told the officers he bough according( to the testimony, IVtersl, ltl"-'l 111.\' to I t",.,j''x'' murk over ''he linnplrnllvr, I mmwY. If YOIII I hire. ..,'. the"I .Inw relulltia. 'M r.Y inn 'd
"1/1/
lip near the bottom of the well is re- I| the motor from an agent of Capt. W while under the inlluence of liquor, I .,,pendlezumus -I I'II""nls" I f until'n" enuuxt the I'p"ynur.pCYm.ttt tux rni'ran', "it VIm'''' ..d./.".I not ly hero vlNlon' for hll'eOI'"I"'''I(' jlrrllr uvula mnlle' hy II".t the 'luulxh' ..r. ., cI +'

{ need and the well is put on the R. Maynard, commandant of Carl- obtained n gun and fired indiscriminately 1.-- '--1 amount IH rvpal..,..,. omFACio11r I Nrlxe"lIhl. .r'"o. end far"lIn"8.wndu' '. xhlet \"j J
I hni "'
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Tap. luenze I WUGUrs It' Ito nufnrma",,,, xhlah do, ck
strom and Door aviation fields near frightening pedestrians. Tin- Ccl A1tR LHF'U xnnde. workx InuvlnMpN' 'It he I"w ex III I

i I Arcadia. lie stated he paid $10 for deputy attempted to take him home I.AXAT1 .' rem w,. "l '" TMotr::: n rnting unlrwx:: ; .nh'wrlghlx: anti j tit nwnv.reNt pxnplr with' far wlJlrh ,nu "a un. a II..L h'
The government dredge derrick and to wrest the from him. (J'inu", "V/o"'II.'O/ In ,... ,enpnnity Nrnlxh,:: ,' U"O III" d'v', of nn "" '''''1'. '
tho motor, which hud been junked by gun Fieldtbocamo 'I,1''1 .0. 1 / more, Iwwrl' '" .. .not f/INIMRNIh1Y' ,nfnrrln, fh" J
(
hich left Jacksonville last Thursday ..Wt. I 'I' "r rmtrhln' Mn/nr"jr' Natuld r u' l bsn "" euhm, ,, III,,, nlry tlllihtItue i
Capt. raynllrd.I enraged it is said! and attempted I ninon vlnlnta, r
'..' ,,,iixriulil111vurwulmhl' f",. / .,,,,,,, "lw' ynur muh I u
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Miami in of the MerrillStay3 Plnlcmint Inros, Nn.. / .
r tow j to shoot the deputy who xoWd, intd I burr Ito "I".n ". or ,.. .'!.r i
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ia. ; rhlwNj LUpx 1 Ie .r +
Ixundx
1",1" Ih.
Chilly/ n. tow
s tug, Woodlawn is proceeding !I a'rlvhl'ta I.Mo ,,, I IwII1 Ihnt I
{ William M. Flinn and associates of shot the lawyer ii. J.ftoO ,,".1. wueIJ j ode : .."', III" .01".1.' 'I'buno "'rll''nl.' ..."
'( I"'u"d. w elnexnAVNI'A1. pvnln' ,
1 rn the insido water route and is ,, Cumden, N. J., closed a deal for the 6 'IIlllle or// "INI""II"n" turo..r" 1/,1'/ ',10".1....'..I"malmntltfnne..,...nl.'v., ,' ..'routh' ..,,1"J J I i
ected to reach its destination on < / RAT/It '
| purchase from F. M. Conrad of Day- Following tho dogs Thursday morn. =r", =-- ___ f'Il 'lI'rU'Il". '0 '
nuary 15. It will be used .n rcmov- !1 I tons Bert Fish, of DeLand of all of ing two hunters of Apopka when in I ------1 -- --_. LNH. I'AHNa.aic:! ('AItN ANI *

g boulders from the channel of the I Iilinmi I the dense Txo f- a m.- > 0"/111/8./,; rt
J the interests of the AHandale Com growth of a swamp on Hullu r" .. .
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'' harbor in the 20-foot deepen-j!!. pany, and the Harbor Point Land Co., island some two miles from Apopka, fhr, 'IT".. A Mnunr'rrlax; ;; ; ;; Tennu'xrro, f'"r par Pm .m '

project. the consideration being $500,000. The came upon the skeleton of human bit Rrr ..nr" 'If' I B Onto 1TIYI ; II Cldo-.--. .. Yu.n, '." "'" 1
I I'. Munnnuh,0. cc r.-- .. -..'."_ -Finn; ,,,,;:-:: wlI''L' ,
|'property consists of 1,000 acres of ing. There was no evidence of flush ell '. WMty4 t' I /Cnr far ,privuto. -.- __ Flat Inun -
btl ,. rite-
hlro. Not;;;;
!, .Sam }Ford negro employed by the land the bones identification II' "......8 ter ,.,..- -.- .-- -_ Ant numlwr, 11.110 ,
Irv I including the town of Allandale upon or papers F :"Itu.xne ... --- .h 7 1>"... x ,,,,, Nnnn !
,,rl t \V. Bond Co., was instantly killed I, with about fifty residences and a hotel or marks of any kind except two Ihlxxnx (1'0'far' Sl h'ro.'' Ix__ ----.---- ____._._ _.__ .N...'n iA "I'J1u.tang. / Anll. / .7/1.." ,pl

'i |>out 7:30 o'clock this morning when I i situated six miles south of Day- gold teeth in the mouth of the skeleton J\NSUAI. d"I".t nn'y-)-.-. .-=:._.1'_ 1/1 .,,,,,,._. /fl.7.M.... .9A' I 1 r '.

I was pitched off of the work train I'! tona on the Halifax river and the and the insignia on the hat which RATES O'll T'II'/II. ----------.11.(11)::;: .110 11IJ
ear the DeLand road !I I 7ItAI1115: A""I" >
miles
seven Dixie highway. might indicate Ile man was an army HF.M'-TIIAIUH.1.: +
|est of Daytona. Ford was riding on I I Ii' officer. The find was made in a section LI ?! Tat '

.i' flat "car when the car jumped tho I I A speeding Ford car which turned of the woods very rarely visited T I bee TYIro 'Lire. "F'm' "per" ,,. Imlwnluhl p."' nor,
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'ack. throwing him off and crushing' completely over and rested on its bock I by hunters. wnlxht' "ivrhlnl. '.. Wnfxttllmlt ?;
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I lit head in on the right side, causing rJ 14'Iveia: ;;; ; : .. of Yoldrln" alai Inu'I .hl. rwundx. ,
did not spoil the marriage of an elop- 11 "'.., ,. I'rurl -'-;-- cuyxchy' '
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5 DJtant!! death. ing couple! Monday afternoon The When citizens of Florida dedicate a ,y I r ''..r ..1'k/" 'rurk '-' Hr.I/14lumniilx"; -' : 11I

I accident monument January It marking the W, j F'nr .. /Truck ""lIn"."- 1.12
r happened near Dothan on the "r'.II'' -'tiled/., lAl/fxl y
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Protests of residents of East Tam- Fritter Springs road. The couple place where the first state constitutional Y tom Rlro .".. Pn."mllllo' lI.fto. ft ( IA'I XUVer '' r..

b'P ;, a'sub-division neighboring Desoto were being pursued by the girl's father convention wall held, one of the I"'e.br lllr.... .1"rll".. Hnlhl.1'nrumNUe' 7ft II.'I IAU! -Y"tat II.a".

yI'ark, ': Tampa's "Tin Can Tourist" ) it Is said when the wreck occur most unusual instances in modern -- ."-..... ,...n.,. ("xxlrf"". Wagon., .. ._ I I 12 r.a I Aatiu II..ao,., !f.q.rnl/'):1.110'eAnU

amp, against the alleged rowdyism j'' red. All they only sustained slight history will be recalled. With the exception II 1 .- --_ .F1n: !!!. r ''e, Uo OIJ 9M 1.00" fSSK I" !I:.11110 snd

'I" '}sad obscenity at the camp, has taken injuries the couple abandoned the car, of the dead (.lUes 'of- the, .. Mori. g -- .
f ;tki form of a voluminous petition to :i hired a taxi and sped onward to I of Mexico and of the Incas e ----- .

:Wtte
in American history of a city thai ft: ",

sprang into prominence in com mere. {''monthsea t

i and und then and 0// ='""- ""' ''''' ==
industry disappeore J 5 got/ :: ;::; .
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SICK TODAY I from the face of the earth, leavin Buffered ? ::- :::: -::-:: -.:= -::

little or no record of its existent- les-aBut fff [; :::

Much in the of the cc/ :: === :
case city of S i asgj; ; ::;. = ::.g .,
Joseph which stood on the shores rse. / ..:::.

St. Joseph's bay nearly a cent iJf "81" .

6 I TAKE NO CALOMELrlDodson's ago. me of 1


".\' C. W. Whiddun;;:-; prosperous far H HAROLD IIOIlf/ '

er and citrus grower, who lives a f I P-j".nt Wn. P. S'MMONS G

); miles southeast of Zolfo Springs, Beat Vi 1'rnld.nl n. A.
Liver Tone" Fer.ilizero MOANLtON
\ ,, Straightens You Up Better Than earthed in his grove last week w'' Insecticides S... .. Tr.CL Jr.

digging in an old mound several
g Supplies
Spraye.
Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't UpsetYouDon't etons and relics, the latter nupp flit Honest Goods Fair Poultry

to have been buried when the bu Prompt Prices
Lose a Day's Work-Read Shipment
Guarantee were placed in the ground. The I> ut could attar' A./c/ ,fi t

where the skeletons were found e how four n.iahLor.u.
Get knoxt
I 1 T iliwovorPi vegetable. compound ,! been in trees for m now Eo New F.ll prie. 'i.t
tongue, ague malaria, emir tnmacl many years, an O. Painter 8.or.
W work
doe the
of dangerous or other attentionrtcom- Fertilizer
Whidden
any dmtrni caused by a says that no '
.irkening' calomel and I want every torpid Ijver aa quickly w a do.1O] of >aid to the mound when the ertalnly C"J"l"
i paper buy a bottle vile, rnuwating calomel .beside I it will ,". Fla
'T a few cent< and if it down not make you sick or ncep' you froma was planted, but continual pi ::'ment. : II,

raighten you up better and quicker day's work.Calnmfl and working in the grove has ted' :

IIAn salivating calomel just go bark in POJHOIV-!it'. m..rcury-U the mound down until it Is now ''egahIe/
> the store and get back. f '
your money attack the honed often
causing rlieumatiKtn. with the -
other
soil. e
that for
guarantee ono spoonful of Calomel \III I
dangerous. It -
< oii'n Liver Tone will "I have GENERAL
yourlivrr icken -wlii]
Du.Lona'a -
Cut. my Liver Tone
Iii, gish to work and c yourrt" l.. safe pleasant and, harm! .... Eat'anything Saturday morning at three r*. 'and INSURANCE .. ,
feet of boweU of the bile '
sour afterward, because i it can Deputy Sheriff McLeod, while U too HAROLD
i<4 constipation poison which l t. not
tallTat ;
Give it to the' chililrmn t iii C.
egging: your system and making youmiserable. au it doenn't upset, lobe .t maeb lag from Eustis with a prison' she WALL .
I or hock the lirer. Take tured a gang of rum runners, I STARKE .
a
I guarantor that one spoonful of this tonight and wake up feeling spoonful line and the old Ashley gang In paid! r FLORIDA t
armleot liquid liver medicine will ready for a IllJlda i FIRE ,
tiers the headache biliouanew. coated jr wwk. ear at the tank just ouUld LIFE, BONDS

limits of Sebring, he caught j r AUTOMOelLE r'


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'; r j. ,\\t t BRADFORD'' COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE. FLORIDA _________________________FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29.. 1922if BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA) .
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\ j I ,JirHlI IAY> DECEMBER) 29, 1922. -- --
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I ; WATEKMILLVatJniIl I membered' by all who were' present.!< NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ttmtl, or $$7.50 for the complete .. _- ---__.L -. -- -_'__ -- -- -- --- -- -- '
FOCR = "ax" _- --- --- .
PAGE. (I'' ... made short visit this week with her lie .
Sealed.! bide will b. .racrivml.... by the Board E.. S. ; a 80n .
A : 1923 \ I Next Sunday b beng<) the last in the of !Bund Tnwtecv. """, of Bradford County.. .Ptoiitla 1....- C A. FUTCH.. lot'T'fIlEWb. y- !sister! ', Mrs.. J. W. Morgan.. Mrs.. Peeler tm'npd' to t11l'il')(' ----=:::.-- PAGE .
-- I \ Dec. 2<>.-Mrs.\ D. J. O. year, we look, for another day of good I.. .. nt th.. offic of/ the Secretary.,. ,,. of the boardat -.tarv.. t2-2Y.Gto Chair..,. I City TlI'sduy.(' hOnJe 11 11l'IJlnt '""I ----=.-- 'Wr:
T I b\\ of\j' Stark. Florida, until 2 clock.. of was enroute.home from Tampa.Mr. day' :?t'hey JUdge( --- .
t: titity TE1etah\ months cycle>' p. m. flaiety TliepStarke [guests(\ were boll, anl Mrs.. --" :::::
radlOrdH '"I( children' Christmas "! with largely attended ,, of \ A..
ry Another twelve \We reel* spent things along January,, 3f>. 11)211) 8.. and at hat time, publicly' 11JIJ11w.t1CmI !: of Local eats, 1\lrll.. Johnston'a) ) V. Long..
.-..-- nearly passed>d away. i 1 I I Uny; \( county with relativeiK] ", .L services.. .otwnoil... for "ro" untrue tnr) *. or improving>" ,, .r thc Bits Mr.. IInlMrs./ par." -
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H -- 'time has barks in tor- j following roada or section"" of road in Bradford COFFINS & and Mrs.. L. A.. Davis returned Sr. Willlnnl J Col. "< \ nrr
I' entered as our frail }%Iri.; F. Turner and children, who j The Bible school meeta at 9:45: a. county i CASKETS Strutlt; ,I : l\ra.! .
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weeklY\ and have steered throunh( Road No. 0 0.. Law .. to the Crow' Roads.Approximate I f Tuesday' 'from Fernandina, where during Knigllt hlld
of us try *
t published I'I'cond some h Qve-'bn b in Alachua attending pubic m., with classes for all ag\!s. Two And Full Line the 811
post channels ,, a of MI'8..' holiday5
the S Imitih 4.8 mite InformationImj
; at tuous<> through/ I II IIa44 Christmas day with Mr. Flj The I Npls'/1 Dr.
\ class matter, judgment, many of us .". ':, '1 sch-i:-, returned home Friday.,! i ships are now flying side by side in Road< No 9.. Ia.rtcy! to the. Clay "county" Una. Underl"Fe'' Supplict! ,. tt they 'spent U.. 1)) C.:. will / City. ... ')/ R. Hunn) jf{ New' 'anll
Florida.FM wise .. I Approximate,. lentrth. 1 1.11 5 mU.a.. Davis' sister, Mrs.. Ilardee.! "' lIbel next< I (
Starke J \ .o.
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awkwardness. Mrs. VcJnrsday iiirtc
jd W. J. and the around the world. Interest t afternoon ( uann,
Goodie who
office at luck and }Mr son trip .. .. 8. --- --- tho few( () is
Road No a. Starke to the Cl'OIIl'Ro.ds. Approximnt .
"sheer is I .. ..'. II I """dock(' 3rd; 'month) a brills;
number)' ... 0. r. Just." *
_____ This ----- at !', IsI of .
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*' tho at /a ,a
if! ;, 1023.' \ 'werfV8 homefolks at Sampson in the contest does not seem to wane; '* length 70 mile AUTOMOBILE BEARS j (' 3 j nic'eo' of
; es 4t resilience' l Cdl!
; comes *5 IlIIs .
: and Now It cannot : Road No.. 4. Starke to N.w River. Approx. rPu.we / of 1\frR.\ : iWnw KmVfifanj : -
4.
nnE"'S' FAt r : < At the close of the Sunday evening\' S.. : '
M oak: stump. and for fine finish of Always' haiut. : : ; and E.fJrownee frit'nlls,;
much like a live than 1 MondaMr we ar" looking a 1m... length, 9 9.4 4 mil.... ) on The best .kr.. nJ4. .l-. vhT( ( Airs.. J.. M.. state', 1"lVil1 thl'oUKhoua' ;
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number higher( l Mrs.. Alfred Thomas and one of the ships in'a short time. Road No.8. Starke to New River. Approximate I-se. mt U,. lowest.. & prlceo..... -- -- ''flirTT..IThJ'J' : :T rrrrTr- -- : Birvico( It} St.. Mark's' church\ the rector will bo hostessed BrownJee(", // ..Q'rndullted' ( the
SP. := Ji '
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FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION \ \be split by pny thmux | I ,, .. length. 10.11 6 mIles.Roai 1 ,______ .:._-- '(('( for the' WOmltn'1$ front th..
nice
with College'
EVERY cross-grained daugb Onelta, were in Divine worship at 11:00, when tho ctJ" attention to telegraph b was presented a very One nftorioon. "','- ('/ ,
PUBLISHED even are' shopping : : No 13. Starke to the Clay county line >rt i Day'Satur w 1'1'101'' 1> Tllllllhl hiuts00<
1''. t f/1/ RATE I 1. But their uses.. The best mauls Brookaturday. I i pastor will have for his subject! "lIe Approximate. ...... length, .8 8,1. 1 mile. tar*. Registered& Embalm i ;'mi : I Mrs.. James Warren and son, McBride cowhide traveling bag. .. -'-'-- *tll her auni..,",.,,,,.. '*!, Mt
U''f Road No. \12. Road No. 13 to the Clay
, _____$$2.00) have stumps.. Let us j Edg'parks&; and slater Was the \World." All members ,, ... T | of Jacksonville, are tho guests twisty' J/lIII' -- '
: ______-_ \ of live oak Gracy, (ofLuuisiare f I in are county 11 Ifiic.:> Approximate' length 2 2.3 3 mil* --- / ', the Tho homo .
1 Year _____ -- .' t made driving( cntemu' |1 Tho total' quo..in i tie..*. of the itema on which DeWITT C. 1 of Mr.\ and Mrs. M.\ L. Johns.. of "oil lit N'al)' ComlllnY'4, of A.. K. -
PI!'r! maul. for here Saturday afternoon i I urged to be present on this the last .. desired.... .. JONES Lostsun4ay Mrs. S. L.J3troup, Crystal River, TUl'ner's' !' Call street Afoitt, on \ 0
'1 1023.,. as a -----.4' vuhiih...' h I proposal are are approximately a* I- Btlzet9peirs, white pin stripe. .I Drug Store ( WHS West\
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j, -- ? and! N.. E.. Andreu, of Jacksonville, are ..11 ntlll'h('; .. .__ !, uttrurt_ tho! '
a new prospum.! Sunday morning service in the year. follow: STARKE FLA Suitmolereward. i I\tt'nU.\ (' ...... family] necne( (' of a
" ." '": wedges. into through industry, better -\ jVVd8e. wn a visitor in Union Those who wish to unite with the (Clearing... .. and irrubbfnff. 2S3II.....6 acre. on streets' of Starke. { J. M.\ Darby, of Fort Myers, was visiting at the homo of their parents, \\Jiss' rinm' iMtt,-- ,.' /UIS( week. Little; I gathering' on (Olirfstmuq happy: -
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ST"\RKF.FLORIDA | '
;; create Excavation. 124,616 eu. yd* Return this oflke. It //'h'J guests,
; : \ county we can methods ( .. .., "'11ifj() >r1 :::. ._ the holiday guest of his parents, Mr.. [ ""'""to(. 1\'ek\ hi'll''>/<1 the I (for' the d day.I )'.
; seat of Bradford ant, business CHnnV'day, and Monday. church, either by baptism, letter or Road machine angling 2,085 Btatlon -l j Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Andreu. ticketf/ ( and, forT -i C.. P.. tiny were Me.. '
, Iii., i; 1,1" la the county population; located \ farming( Bradford county'sresources. and will be attendance in 24 Inch pipe.... \ 1700 lln. ft and Mrs. A. M.. I D? rby. I 4y r '.""-WMorof( jan"W tha Proud,, T.i.son. of Jmksonvllft'' nnd,..
\ in
.r t of! 1500 and advertising( -I JLer'asdin Marry Eddy, of experience or- Structure. .. 100,000, ) ft board measure. NeWHoin, of Lakeland, ia at } Mary and 1rs.. Charlie ; ';; Wr.\ '. ,
A4. ': ,::t. t;, a town 1 section oi latter is a vital neces- 1 G'.tuere'.. guests of friends here der to be received.. ('lay auifncintr''. material.. 4fl. 1.1- r;' > 'in 0 'the beat agricultural The __.._ ,nennla,. ,... hereverm.i. Mixing.. and nhapinir Band-.,lay.. surface..., ;I bFI gor the holidays.N. A NEW YEAR'S' RESOLUTION Alma of Jacksonville, 1111'' .".."....1. .,. ....... Will and, Orville Purbln{ ;
,
-- Mrs. McMillan
Snd .
,1 ; :,,. : .. bringing mui' '!' of S; ernoon.OJrMrs. The B. Y. l P. U. gathers at 6:30: p. 271.000 aq. yde. i "'''IFS S.. Jacksonville Moltt, .
k o...-.. \ for been ... It's' the l'l', L, P..k.'. !\\/llulell// of j jMe55
_- tre, "' ( ; 01'" has not ( :\ O. W. folk Each road or section af f road wllb\ b be 10cate(1 and d of
\ ) Thomas attend- m., a fine crowd young at- ; ,, Georgia, JMoitt
Pli ., ,I'' '*! I.. beautlfu\11 Such advertising with a\ a unit and the determination. of the T.. Ritch and Mrs. T. J.Oriffint.Rpent J. D.' Boree. It* I dinner to Leo((', of .In"lr",, __... ami.!
,vj ; Starke lined with trees(' ; heretofore, but now ', *:; tbTices at Rock church Sunder tend. Other young men and women low bidder will b be paved streets much use the en- All work 10 be done In accordance"" with the Friday in Jacksonville. I' /antI their( fantily; 1
wiJe sewerage\ road traversing ;' ard invited .to visit t the Union and see I ,. MrR.. C. :fOllOW.// Mr.. .
l hard surface plan and Inltru" on.. .general. provliilona"" --i > .**<' a"Mra 3f 'E r L. Peek, and, Mrs.. -
: \ excellent 13 constructed building; the other principal iJElihomas Mppclal provlalona' apecillestlona.i and ropoal> 1 A. W.. Milton, of Watertown, was a Clara Mae Shepard spent K.. M. anti! Gjiiiu. J. E..
I county, and of Ziff!, wa" here how things are conducted, and to en- : ::: f i i I Perryni10< Miss , .. Wilson/ of
..ystemll, to none; tire will\ bear fruit. ?i and contract of" Bradford 3 county. I school 8econd \ improved, it willl\ 1f1d..'rnoon.ttM.is ter membership with some of the best Each"" bid moat.... be accompanied""" .. by'' a .certl-... { as <>, lIIrs. C. of I II and (children. T. I Dell>
gtade and hh.lt factory, natlonal- roads through the county : .' and daughter, of Gra- young folk 'in Florida. anti. cheek on a bank In !Bradford... eounty i I ,)her l sister, Mrs.. Max Klosterman.. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges.Mr. and sister-in-law! Mr. and Mrs. Chns.. Miami, Carlyle F.. So 3'11'8' Mrs.. R. A. of ((7nim>svite! Mr.. ,
'S broom Motor travel cornIng made.. payable.. to E. 8. Matthew. ,*.. chairman. Peek, ot WeeJis% ". alh. churches \!
fhe spring' : and the best extensive, and If the travelers h'*tn-'i, ,,Jisiting' > (; relatives here last Evening worship at 7:30.: The Ma- Board<. of !Bond. Trutor.. <> for' five per' cent.. of Shepard, of Hilliard. 5TII Chicago i Hrooker' ) 7ilr.. anil children,' of
\ mineral i be supplied, with .. and Mrs.. J. C. Manning' were .. _.. i.i' : '' nntl,; Mrs.. ,
ly' known railroads be I, the amount bid. aa evidence of stood<1 faith and Elizabeth Johns left Friday c. ChiJ.1r00. ; I(' J. M.\ .
.country.. Two \1 from other states sons of Starke and vicinity are to be guarantee.. that It awarded the contract"" .' .:.. :, :. ;! (' of the 01 and children( Droun% .1
a* a <<
the resources peeki. '
I of Mr. and ''' '' sent Conf '
county's Christmas "
t stores in transportation facil-- telling( of the :' i.. Fowler, of Ziff!', was the the guests of the church at this ser the bidder' will execute.... the contract. and give :o isit t with relatives In Boston, guests on day C. F. Boyer and Miss Edna Man tf'1I' (d""nr8" to rllcy 11 linupr! guosta(' were Christmas day'
L supply excellent ? t straw. literature stop and investii !- \ W.. bond .aa. required.. | Mrs.. L. E. Moseley at Raiford.. ning motored to Williston on Christmas llonJe j In, nIl! 01"," Sol.Jil'l"I'. II i ml, of Col.,; 'W. T. 11 iice
will ieSs.< R. Bullen has made %
; : of the largest they : Hodge Sunday vice. Dr. prepara- The right& i II reserved.! to reject any or all Jacksonville;' for Mr.. and Mrs... Week", .
itles. It la one South. : otherwise are apt lr, * the they tion to speak a subject grind Lens t j boiiiilifiil' Waint'/ /,
11 1 sections in i ... whereas _._ ., the upon I' unl''i & ; ,
;ont._ .. for ( ,
raising ..< .4. v Flans and apecllheatlon may be aeefi at the J s I'Fred' Sapp, popular mechanic, ")lIon < rstool( home
berry n.leave us without being .j ---- iiWlad to report that O.. w'l be of special interest to members of office of the county engineer.. and conies! of r fnd Mrs.. T.. J.. Griffin were Sungucsts is the Christmas dinner wth. friends. ,' (<'* will b bo( (', to ChrfstllUl"f t / on (Cliciry I'''''' strt'i't.', ". "
,
to our the Ford Garage, spending( "" ff'VO' I
NODELAYQaincsVillc.
that With increased population Tho' ,improving at this the Masonic fraternity, the topic be- the specifications)'! may be obtained from theecretary ; of relatives in Jackson- an oy.ter' supj ; k"
Joe says { .
Port St. wiser. could of the board at '94&60 per copy.Cojie. Christmas vacation at Lcesburg. Th
\ we
I II An item from town that would be lessened and ing \ ing "The True.. Temple." The word of the plans may be obtained from < Mr.. and Mrs.. Bob Tanner, of Hulil-!- -- I II. 886 '
..
if F1oria Lna.
St. Joseph, a good-sized county many years l taxes many advantages that we now the I.'*'),{lda:) and Reba delightful- I i "temple" occupies a large place in the ecretary"" of the board at $$2.60 for each .. \ ''S Dolores Hires, of winfi, were here first of the week visiting A a'La.' a a''La ff5 .."-I.' !. m.'iiiuraiJuy;/, ( -- ;
enjoy of Miss\ Macclenny) evening the ,
flourished %in Bay record in the forego on account .lyerI 1 a large nmber' of their I Masonic!! thoutrht and sneech. :, and asp J. J.. Bullen and L.. C. Powell' her parents, Mr.. und Mrs. R. S.. expression claw,,,: musk'ind .'
on to --- --- -- -- of Mr. and Mrt.. of
have holiday guest \ Mrs..
i
,S ago; l in the only. that one has vanl bed. But present /small:! number of tax payers... : f'rieirday afternoon with ai i this subject is unfolded on Sunday 1"IItDtJlJtIl'HmTIt't'Ifllml([) ([) !!!! '''''''] '''') '!, ''''I( I'JJmtlmll1ll''nm'nnJn''II'1WIrur.I'] (!) ''' <( '''' '' .: g'isitors to Jacksonville Fridayt'Mus C.was. L.a Hodges. Powell, and other relatives, "live/' a beautiful; recital/ ;, which Huurlios, I DAVIS

;. 3. United StaU-8- only town that you*'. At a late hour the ] night, the Masons, will find it especially N'NaIl imirknMo( on account wns,, ,
not the I of Mr.\ '. and I 0"I 0 i ''in/ill of tile
St.. Joseph is honor,' 1\KE\ nU'f1.EIt r jjnejed: thanking the hostess ,: instructive and inspiring. Bring Herbert Hodges, son / (ihiltlren' (',, who number /
questionable :!.. of h. '
Prof, E. I R. Poppcll, principal who r thi ( took
this C, L. is sailor in finished part INSURANCE\
Mrs. Hodges ,
can claim the Mississippi\ '! -- I f Ot" ,'ion. I IACOULD l the family and visiting friends.I In' New Location V Mabel Weller and Mrs. J.. W.. a I manner/ (' in anil; / )
on \ Ro'at. the Melrose high school, is spending: which' ,
Napoleon, situated* river, officers (of,f the } : I the'' U.. S. navy, is expected home for / their they' exutod -
Arkansas followinlC I Illtwere shopping in Jacksonville music. anil,! /
: 1 mouth of the : The elected [ the holidays here with his family. New Year's.' i (expression' ,
I near(' the which not a yea Chapter No, 19 were 1 ) REMEMKEKninstrei I Ir1 Among the family gatherings ))1da4 \f"-'n; I STARKE

I ""_a u large town, of. ""'_0"4"".' nf* thEn SI Si e Arch.. n 1toorl..ter.: ,.. ... 11. P. '" |i many ..\ ,' JlJr! Rlllph! ; IH I-
"v nine. -- 'n. "= -- : on Christmas day was that of I Frank\ Pomeroy, of Jacksonville( I r// ) RhOj.5. .
i I tifte now remains swallowed, tho it entire E. J.. Johnson, }lv.. j"'Jte':' to the court, said i!|I i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Whitc/who,/ gave 1 wish to announce to the public that the 3SHPrcatorious. of Cocoa, was a was the guest Tuesday and \Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. "II. M. Snyder had Mr.aa H O W S 0 11"11I1'. ,on' Who hllVe h'eu)(' visithlSl'" ": lint! Jjt-/I/J ''II-)--! --- '

Waters" having small Scribe. ,, I, Electric Shoe Shop is now located in its week of Mr. and Mrs. Ev- dinner guests op Christmas day, of h'r(' pnrenis' .. at t /? /" GIIlIl11l10Cl1:1L: ;
had many J J.T B. Dowling, II IIJ. \,1 the-: -; attorney to a witness a turkey dinner to several members 'guetthis of Mr. and! Mrs.. J. M. Mitchell.\ If r JlJr.! nuJ I nllUlmlIICIIl"'ID1mQmlD"' ;!) )
; Florida once I j Walnut Street. S and Mrs..-A.. II. Green, 11. J. Thomas, :A1vart> Mrs. J. 1\\ ; O
.1 ly.. forgotten.( 'T.1' ?McGi\1\l, Treasurer. In:glicate little woman who of the family. :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. new home on on We are eret.finer.'S T."h.,,,, r't.tI/rue,1/ ,, to bolt !, Wh I. 0
D. / s,
k that are now Secretary, I ready to do all kindsof shoe repairing and Katy Belle Green and Nelson Green. i .... Ttie81t0 huml? in / Stark.. I
? '( towns A. D. Zacharias, ,seer to. possess sufficient!, 'White were arrjpng the guests and Truby Newmans and Buddy George '' > ", They U

?? : ,. young? people who intend come to in sit arc\wp\' OfficerS E. Proctor appoitltel, C.,. of were II.il. as B did trend II'ht,arid"exactly,nine o'clock what !;you on' ,',, day celebrated thirty-seven two ,anniversaries, as since the harness made possible repairing by on our short modern notice.up-to-date This is y' bolida jy/iChace/'' guest, of of Jacksonville his daughter,,was Mrs.they 3.'i J. sonville.spent Christmas with (friends in Jack- Mr.. and Mrs. P.. S. Denmark, of I ...tilt)/ ,.q;I ',',.. by their,Misll gtl.s(. Ail"I'n"for" 'were.\\1'/11'7"' / ,ic'illlOifljCtI "'IU, J -E4T- ;q

year was : years j '
the new A. Raiford, and Mr. and Mrs. \Win.Blnkeley S'IOtjfli0') ?)"
.and. watch that the time used for everyday F. Rivers, P. S.si. S. C. thk, : morning' in question/"' i 1 I their wedding day. electrical equipment. Our labor saving c jOver.. of Jacksonville( spent Ihu., S 0 (I .ruI/ot, /,,, A, "V. :. '1 r, AT OOWI) ING'S' QUICK( I UNCH, g

reminded(' Eastern time, Clair Bryant, R. A. [..." the witness, after I'' machinery enables us also to do our work -wnJtfr'ind-- Miss; Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonville ''Jlfj88' l.onlf, A. C. Long .. ;\i
is \ ,. ,
!' purposes\ minutes earlier \ 1&t.<: Vail.l.. Ir rnoction,;' t, "I washed I at reasonable prices. (tWe] are preparedfor Mrs.. A.. W. Anderson and with her mother, holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. W Afi.ss' t\rlnil'. Long', of antiS Hamburger. terve. those drliciau' ... ,
Dowling my Christmas Tulutkn .
is 2 28 j. E.. J.V.\ White has his home spent Annie\ S
place Baisden. left Sandwich i
\ Starke on ,.,..
which in 2nd Vail. I'twtid. the New Year to do better work at ,Au W. Jr., motored to Jatkson'VVU1 Long' left' g: *
the entrance got them ready forched >rip in Starke.Mr. P '\ '
Flora B. j
Mrs. 1\
by which H.. Rosenberg thirty-five bearing trees and I Cady /lilk; Wc'iiiU'Htlnv' ;, 'i"t'i' App''''. and) 1w.
pecan .
after .
time< U5flfl5
Vail. ; .
than nun Thiw' 3rd 'j rensojiable prices. { "Thursday. a visit* I : '
,'' I" the new year is computed. nt\ J J. W. Priester,Chaplain. > a button on Tomi ten orange trees, which are loaded j 4 _________________ Col. J. C.. Poppell and,! daughter, I They h 1\11'\ //llId M, 1'8. j. M.. at tlit'( hOIlI(. Iw.y.. on sale! '

of '1923 makes its debut here 1! d nrownlt'p.' TliP(' r Com, in... u//. want. ., J, '
1 the year is a few : I tidied I Ijs Cormne Ortagus, I homo fJf// I your 'frat/m/
h '
Lawtey it A. Epperson. member up my sit- Christmas with relatives in Jackson G; I'rownf.. by Mri.\ *
'S G. Starke his brother
U. At Is a also has a flourishing wintergarden her aunt, Mrs.. this week visiting ] >o, who S B. M. U
few been
a. 'who rlIeias! visiting ,
12:28: Mann, f\i\ii\' \ made two beds and : will be DOWL1NG
[ earlier and at Hampton\ \ ) J.. 11. Boarl. ha''fr'! re'turflel which goes to show what Bradford ville. E.. R. Poppell, and other relatives. n ituvft t ot Prop /j'
(
.
:; ; seconds. the wesaf Medical ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP JViJIoTman.tya "" Wifin.hnn"1'(/ 'I J 0
,, plants and '
jl'v/a-se; / glanced """*
Brooker :
Beconds later. At county", it i is of' the State PetersLurll, where bmeetini.1 .' ,i county soil will produce when it receives !: I < .__________ The : & ] .

1 : l'' '" L.__.._....",., town. in the "....-,......... ( from St. .... a onl, ;. ovi?_paper. the proper attention.The ; F. Holling.worth Prop.siysax 4 f and Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. George Collins spent Mr. and ,Mrs. Lorenzo Green, 1 H.! J. S
a. ''' -- f<
( 'I'H)
aiaiAM Jackson-
than ftttenu id and set Christmas with relatives I VS
''r ,711.4 nearly one minute later moment, and. 1 11 11y ad, been to .l$$.l1\\ hta my parlor 13 _______________________________ ___ oil i G., were holiday guests of her in) Thomas, Miss Katy- Belle Green motored
: : I of no ( ( lold there. left'Frld' daY 1; in it, and washed ; ')/') "' :""" "" ) "''''' !)( ''' )(Dt''ru'/''''''''''''' ''')/; ville.( to Raiford Christmas and
: thin is really '!'lenefit of 1spoony 1 Proctor "' W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., her, Mrs.. Lnlla Chace, on
)! and combed
th Marshall
s ,
I ,
,, for < noiDeys my
1 y it only Mills- she will, btl witnessed the.exercises at the State
L, I we mention 'who will appreciate Richmond, Va.., where vlsltingirelV\ ;:, 'bat I sewed a button on sent a Christmas box filled with suit- 0 Miss Nellie Stearns has returned Th4ce Happy t

: \y.<.t, couples!,. for for several weeks ....' 'II''f one shoes; and then I Isvsont able gifts for the veterans of the Sol!- : mThe 1k. Coley! who is in business in home after an extended visit in Cocoa Prison Farm.E. New Year

4 r:: J-t,. the Information. gone lives; and friends. Knight;yjf' \! of. entry and brushed diers'' Home in'Jacksonville.: :Mrs. J. J Georgia, spent the holidays in /:' with her aunt, Mrs. Carter. .4jL'Mrs. B. Shipman and family spent the j

t ', --- of the arduous ( Mrs. D. E. ; the children's' Sun- M.\ Brownlee, assisted by Mrs.\ W. L. 1 0. with his family. 111 ,
and /
J. thought Col.\. --with relatives in this section.
,: ," ".,': .. ...t" Have you ever' work performed were visitors here InatiMonday. ft' \;, dawrote''a not t to Tom- Wall, Mrs. T. C. Morris, Mrs.\ S. E.j -. -5 '\ G. C, Sweat, wM' > has been the holidays. Crooked lake .
Starke, m Mr. lives at ,
$ and conscientious andI | } Brownlee and Miss Amelia Ray, rayton Colby, of Winter Haven, Shipman As the 1
% I r \
Mrs. 'Raulerson,
\ postotnccs 1 m'dJlJe'( her to excuse guest of her sister, old
the
..,,. .: i V"" by the employes of during the holiday ( eveninp:, Dec.(. 211t.t,. tM/ : hig at school .on. Moniy \ packed the box. The Chapter desires I Season's's / ''k j' Christmas with his parents, of Lake Butler, returned to h her home Polk' county, and( buys oranges for I a to year draws. to a close I
Thursday Ijiwe- an Greetings flj
+ offices large shipping) concern. extend Want
r, ", ,? :If the express extent the concert band will\ 'de d to thank those who contributed to the a Jtd d Mrs. W. A. Colley. Tuesday.Mr. my sincere; thanks ;
great Butler I1 ,
1 1'' ','1. ,' season, To a very depend on I Lake in the h high school au- box. I Bi i tomei.s. and ( to my cus." ..
bird and friends a
.
j M. that season\ entertainment )hardtoi canary H. B. Wiggins, county superintendent I
"" f" """j. pleasures' of bring( goodies [ They are working tit >* order, and 'I son Davis, of Miami, was here and Mrs.\ C. L. Hodges(' and instruction left. Tuesday and d ; their patronage'
L LIj :,r, .!!.,. only do they ''ditorium. Tba g man an r at the home of public assistance veVme iiiA
the week
Not visiting
.- I them. tables to our very doors.,,.. make it a thorough; success. of.II.II:' 8 sMc k porch-and then I It 'Influence on Character.In Another year is about to pass by, never to return.. 14k children were Christmas guests of for St.. Petersburg' where he will tire of ? during (
r .
shape R. Davis.Flossie en-
J.
for our and greet i be in the the molding< : of character nothing i father, J J.. R. Hodges ofHarap- business. in ifi .
e : will Mr. and Mrs. '
presents tertainmvnt\ sated:t for a few min- During the however have upheld attend the Florida Educational Asso- Starke' I. ,
,Ii./I" but they see that. ..--'__. n a (llstancisity ( ', .nn., '.",l., "The Merrymaker' ... .a. _. ..._ ........ matters so much i\i\'' Influence. It Is year, we our ,S PW'I ton.. 0 IUdance, 'that I i. wi.h. I
.;!"''!1 ings from, friends iivm' -. v n The work rt r r1 ..cm.Vlmstrel. These- -- .boys will ,endeavor?'' I-r t.Ja" 9kt y. the heart of nil. education-, the Inner good name by selling to the public the best goodsat Rigdon returned home ciation. T h i I of Starke lea v... the biiisjness.. field reIfl :.

their destinations. \. ,"t,f(J secret t of home nnd, f school. More ( rthay to attend the Corbett-Rig-- but feel
,) reach these men and women do is prodigious !- I II to; please the audience. JacksonvUU>, dazed lawyer, "Ex- than any wit -or gonfua(! Is the value right prices. We have kept our Hardware Store 0 tlding4nur Mr.. and Mrs. Bryant Hodges, of Mr.. and Mrs. Ellery Davis and little certain. 'that. wilh such S .

.
exactitude of
: that of the .J. Mullady, In :\\ltuSt get my breath lOt f Kli ) > ,'oodness, "moral Jacksonville, were guests this week daughter, Jean, left first of the competent. nuccessor iiiT
there plf () stocked with
''S : t and because Rev. held. / ( completely those things knew that as Mr.
: '! :: : f f i is very tiresome.. Yet attended, t the_ revival meeting week. ht3t, witnese.-Phll- thoughtfulneHH."" Surround' !] a life with we : and Lacy RiR'don' left Fri-- of Mrs.. Hodges''' parents, Mr.. and MrsA. week to visit her sister, Mrs.. C. II. that you will receive Bennett, III !;

,' .11:7'..'. I required( their hard tasks without and, the Christian church here last' Ith',the 'a"> Its rays and ,donmuit goodness will not our customers would buy. We have given you cl1o*; *'' a trip on the west coast, mak- P. Hoffman.' Reed, of Tarpon Springs.. They will treatment and the, same courteous" ," I Ia

t ; '- they>y perform thanks muuh pleased '/\7 full to come! to Mrfh' service. < another walks in also visit his brother, Bruce Davis) square fl ::
ri? t of Arcadia while
without extra pay. work going!!; on d\)\ the ,ICH BULLETINs r away. it'it'II '
"' ; Is elected. at shall not hestitate in do for /
resolving
tit I, generally working class officers files Cured In (6) to 14 Uuys to more our children, of Jacksonville, were holi-- ,
county Mrs. J.. L. Peek have .
? ',' I I"" who fear that the and ,demoralized The in November have Druggist)! refund money If PAZO oy'm.PN"'?. : T.'i-i'. !> customers. We will. enlarge stock will asriguest day guests( nt the homo of !Mr.\ and C. Long, of Palatka, whois I wish each III II;
election 'Augustus
:
t'tlntnnnnt.y our con Otwell of'Phiieach. .
IeI'th unprincipled general ,the s every respectne lu,cm o lulling.", Blind 31vedinu! i ? '\ ; becoming atter contemplating commissions'Jfrom.\ \ ."' relieves.."" ItchIng" PU...., d lyt'U."'''' cttt,' .* Mrs.. J. C. Robinson. the U. S. naval military joyoUS, happy
:; jut should, take conscientious new hope work of\received( their and assumed the',,,dutieS ,unTiia !'-' \ that will!] be re- B&vi& e r t!. .... ....,.-.. ',' tinue to give immediate service on all implements ) academy attending at 'West Point, was u guest Vear. New,,! #,I II

X
.t ,in'' i ...., ) the __-.-..4RR..'' employes.- ( governor.. "'*.'..;..- results-- from the tact. <.. -- I which we handle. Our r aim for I 1923 will be to Davis, of -Arcadia, was the J.. 'W.. Killian, who hues been a guest the first of. the week of his grandmother III l''
'v.'' .
41 J i Dl postoRke aIm without tier' same. under a' J DUG- (,. of J. M.\[. .,,4o:r:
hl the held for two weeks at 'the home 1\
work .
oRkers So for service Mrts.\ S. E. Brownlee.
E. M.
people generally to that ()hl # 'until' I serve. come to us. gue5t'Sunday of his brother, ; III ,
.1 These at all times appointment, holdln,1f9h1y, Truby, left Wednesday for Black '

us.JI supervision and have. \term I\uccellllorll should b. 1Qc ed.and I To our patrons and friends We extend the/ sea- ;' ... !MountuinI\ ; N. C. ,About this time the Starke kid has III ,

1',I..' cab I;, : I, use their Initiative. their qualit\eli.\\ The force at th."fourthouser'main4 .", w Year' Resolution son's' greeting for a most happy and prosperous k Clss 1 Josephine Thomas, of Stuart, decided which Is the most effective GROCERY 1'
: r L1 excePthmt\. : Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children will COj '
tf his ;
JI ;: .11! CHRISTMAS' the same, ,aase8l10r, New year. : yiaiting her grandparents, Rev. for hunting, his old sling shot or I
.
''. ;! I ( t tit leave tomorrow for New Smyrna, ::; :0
fea' ,
'IIr, becomes air rifle. For results he uses
i Johnson, Jr., did ot trs.. L. %W.. Kickliter.. new ___ ,
its : where she and Mr.. Pettit will make =
.' but pdgett1W0 .
bee\ '
\ M. the former.
is gone( P. I
"
s sr ,pre ,w Another;') Christmas Christmas is 1I n\ tluc"eellinll( ;vr\) jI/I/ #f'' DeWITT C. JONES their future home. s I I-- : e'
recleCti0I. R. A. Green was in Gaines'l .
I' still lingers. seek(' and Mary \ friendsfor je <
pro spirit) in the course Dave Richatel* this means of thanking our Miss\ Olive Ray is in St. Petersburg _
.. correction line; Math SapP, .QaO l(',()n HARDWARE STARKE ;''l:& aturday afternoon attending to -., /
1 of or Uv,' Miss Alice Knight of Bunnell, and
'th. .C'. I sort) may cool returned from bering attending the state teachers association .f

1 r eaR ,i.,.,, I. of the year friendships for we may gro\\*r Richard night where the ;had..bee ..a the pleasant... relations existing ,' ,, ness.' 'Walter Knight, of the University of this week. While there Miss Ray The B \

to be sought; ; Sunllay Jelat1ves, t Florida.. of their uncle, nk \
nothing their were (ruesta brother L.. C.
)L eho cease anil, selush.\ If there'; was feW days visiting Itar? the past year. ', Floyd Green was in Jackson- will be the guest of her of Starke .

c1' eve \ callous better feelings!I, ot the\Eastorn;\ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Col.! D. E. Knight Wednesday. Ray, of Dunedin. ,
ct; r up our At 1nlcetinjt\ .' ere 0 .IIII1II"tI"JImm"'DlDtuI! )( "" )(:"" ) : "' .=. "" "" "" '''''''=!D''''' n professional business during
1.. to) freshen_ _--..1 -..nni.i.. we. havCharles e ..- et-...4 fnnowinl'omC. !: r! time when we make resolutions tor .
of a wonu-- 1 Dec.. izin l:<; --- jek. The. of the Starke
sort far jM)1\\ regular meeting
what ) I fine
however ; Rev. M. L. Smith preached a
' ; I \''I few years hence? But come to ,elected: ", i< \\\r',r which lies before us. The coming 1- 0 Ministerial Association will be held the Methodist The Bank/
H at
will Christmas
'f EppersonW.MA. f sermon
I ( we '\ Carnell, of Ormond, was a //
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Dolly :
we may !RO astray and beset \) ( \W.;* ; and I at St. Mark's rectory next Monday. this being bin ofepjjSewcc,/
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the correction line, C. Strickland' )1'I''I' ly going to be just what you uring the holidays of Mr. and church last Sunday, \ /
Changed
\ Ownership 10:30: a. m.
"9 Christmas Chastain A. M:., A. Scott. farewell sermon before leaving for I Wishes/
Ethel make (
again. best
right greatest monitor in Mamcs, : every one will do their to his new charge at Aucilla. One and all 0
I is the i Salome '! Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Green and ,
Kindness without sans JBorjsIes
v acquire it Register; seize the ai..! Pauline Boyd, of Hardeeville, 01 J'J'W.
all An1)le) nductreS8.w' opportunity presented, l'loyd' a Merry .
can Green Sundayin
We and R. A. spent '
long .: very '
c. ,
life. a A. Scott and slater, Miss Doris andPro3pe,01,3 ;
it goes EpperlJlon fs at the h home< of her
of guest
a '
cost 'and "a little \ Georgia ConduCtrt5. take hold of it J' Lake Butler with R. S. Johns and to New Year 41-1 0 0
kindness and for St. Petersburg
of Johns, ABII't [with not 5t L. C. Powell. left Tuesday
., I S uiav." The atmosphere. .-11... -vmlinir. ,... ... Maud\ .____. flrean1BtEdna ''"3 t'',,!.' ;"' joy, r i i I I wish; to announce to my friends and the family. attend the Florida Educational As- 5''

4"' ? ,: I. iI.... and, good will\ that is u-fv -- (of tpper; '" Chaplain----- ., 7 as though it were paictcl duty toly that I have sedation which convened", there \Wed During ., S
I. .: blessed' season' is one Jewel Coleman, r.y public purchased the Bryan Grocery ; rt Ortagus, of Tampa, la visfc the ,
of Jacksonville, .
this Miss\ Bertha Moore year just :r
.'rl'IIT; ; L: :'(J ,;':"': during the triumphs (of Christianity. From are Ella Strickland. Marshal*r ; '\'" :. ly endured, but do all that is expected Co., and I intend to carrya- full line of staple and '::1 it t to.to.the. home of Mr... and Mrs. A. was the guest of her parents, Mr. and nesday. dosing We added .(., 'S
: we. Ada. S 1 many
:...' t, ', S1 1',";, indifference and collouanesa a new race of mortals Jennie Lizzie 05flbetg,1tth1.Dell, "j J t' ittle' bit more, and at the same time fancy groceries, also feed for your hoyse. cow and ---4lit' ,man. Mrs. L. V, Moore, during the holi-- Mrs. E. W. Hayes la visiting' rela-J As new accounts to our books. ;' .

i .4', ,r \\S transformed doing good into: deeds and having < Christine TownseDd"d;'Etbe(I ttle something 16 help the other f fel-l-- chickens. As I intend to sell strictly (for cash I '; .''and Mrs. E.. W. l Hayes spent days!, tives and friends near Ocala this uthcted people become better j:
Gifts It. and Wilson Hayes arcl' ;&
.... men.. Martha |taaa with his sister, Mrs. g. week. Louise ted with acquain.
I fellow Crews
i ''l sympathy for our friends, Matilda lects.4'. I; and happy. can save you the added cost that is attached to S Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.. H. A., Bishop have visiting their grandparents at Brook our methods ,4
close tor. all b be s n, near ,
. : and Ft< prosoero and
:j .' ,' to near relatives desire to help Marshall Wardef, "' ;, the credit system, and I wouln appreciate very "; ..i-i returned from a week's visit with her er, and E. W.._well, he says, he's' havIng j they like service ,I.>
Priester .
j all, \ to
: 1 to Stella \ ''Mr. Mrs. Prevatt, of
.- S kind greetings/: forgetfulness. Sentintll.. embodiecdin our resolution foray nd Mrs.. Harry Miner, of Jack- parents and the time of his life-batching.; itehid transact their
tt''j'' needed( }E. Dell, is 5 much the continued banking
: ) where help Is and, R. d.ibt1. \ t1 t1I ne patronage of Mr. Bryan's Green Cove Springs. basiness

,; J 1!:' ,':'.'' l ..01>i of f wrongs, eagerness( to renew I 11ev. ,so s. proctol'\ipreach'\ ber-e'ttund' :; : the time we resolve to customers and those were Christmas guests of f \ W.. J. Epperson ente, with us. qWc\ '
;r .J \ ( makes the church at same to that are not his custom 1' 1 Mrs.. U. D. Miner. Mr. and Mrs. share solicit
,
\\ IIJ'Ni', vt. ,' form. frlendlhlps-sucb! I First Baptist .'1t ". (ft.t > 1.;: .best Miss Hilda Struth will leave tomorrow tamed at Christmas dinner their son of tile a
.' .:;. -- happy.. evening. ,\1t-v" and customers the very ere come ann let me call cusomers. tdi'AUTfl: for two weeks'' vlsl *with her ,banking business
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1 : whole world of Christian E.. Donald, n.'Jrtttl"en'lland .: ; ''ds > you my j>' Canova, of Jacksonville, has a 'I Raiford Epperson, of St. Petersburg of all '

7t 4tLVu The greatest blessing greatest gift; Messrs. J. returned& 'hoir."' )Mon- service. On this basis we beei'guest* .' this week of his parentmMr. sister, Mrs.: Sid Johnston, of Plant and W. J J. Epperson, Jr., Mr. and M persons in our territory

I life i ia Christmas.\ Our Even A. T, Hale several ''days pent.: at t Or.,1\]king, Respectfully, [ and Mrs. E. E. Canova, City; I Geo. A. Anderson, of Lawtey, I.. mise that the pro.. "

I heathen\ Christmas.!\ day:' after claim\ ,too : banking business. I We will
to the Christ at that ftahinji. Th e1 y,: invtte your Miss !Iris Epperion.Mr. strive at all
: 1 the infidel"\ confesses which ange Springs .eaten as much :fisH\ \ ''and! Mrs. A.. S. Crews have gon4Iladison Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner returned : (ark to serve them times
spirit and I
. 'i H, time, for the Christmas him, have caught 5 could,' and'''brought. \ G. H. BENNETT to spend the holidays with Wednesday. from Jacksonville, ." and Mrs. Sid .Johnson and faithfully and

is the spirit of Christ, pervades as they possibly famDles for!' *nter, Mrs. J. R. Kelly. where t they) spent!! Christmas with hit..j I 'Ja": welL"

1 ; % p pack.iS '. Let us keep this spirit in (our back> enough to laatCthelr, "S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turner. 1 . .. . .

S ttL* tc I. too. will\ always be happy.. .," :" \< 6.. BANK ...
,IorIw* and we (days.I : COUNTY ; : It JtI- Bank
hearts
: 4 ,)RD I Raiford ''returned : PARKS r of I
. years MEKT1N&' STRAWBERRY CRATES AND CUPS Epperson to St. > W- B.
8TOCKBOLDBIUI Stayke
.1 \ carload of lIQt'd peanuts NoTICE or' Kir i. th.k..tw! M,*.ulft an... ANITA CAFE Petersburg; Tuesday after a visit with .4.. PHYSICIAN .&. SURGEON ''on" ofI }

I Hamilton-One bought and one ot hogs were llual 1 Nolle>l .mxtlnv...*. \1 U%herebY or( the .WckholHer. holtl.'*l In,.<,Its CM* baokinu Hwnp.......I w. T. WEEKS, J. II. RITCD. .. ALWAYS ON HAND .fr ] his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep- Telephone 72. ean. I It / ___
/: "W If Ofile/plul
will J J"S. ULAR% MEALS-SHORT ORDERS.rIlI.IIus1
,i ,'i"" cooperatively this ''week.I ton...Stau. Hampton Dank % "FI'..,.. "'"". ... TtMMto.ft boud, odlractnn I Vice Prea1Iet. Caahler. person. "t OFFICE, WALNUT STREr' .ctlnc; E. s.....u...., py Service I i
sbip\ed\ room In .... U> -' We ,
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_- .." ii 1"2" : and trucks to retail buyers Mr.. and Mrs. T. J J.. Terry. \ nl/nn./
Ford

r 11pg 1N., PAGE !i'IX' .. .. ST1 1WBERIUES| .s DEMAND) ) CONSTANT toes and the hay crops show heavy Rimes were Christmas guests of relatives. : Miss' L. J. kLKS 0J:"./ J JEWELS 1 of during carl the month I of November( John Roberts, of Jacksonville, is Garage Op "1..la". .: NoI.\'' I. lil'' ..-_-.
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i CARE increases both in acreage and pro- I homes I 100,327., This is a new high spending a few days with his father/ 1".1..-__ :::._ ._. Ie < \: 10rustp
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.. High Sprm,, .. totaled DN. J. ___._ a ,,
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,, ,,..,,..._..,, duction. Sweet potatoes, cow peas Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen, of i at the home i record.,that has never before B. J. Roberts.: I'a'liin' ,... 11"rl"l' ( -----h,.____."_ I
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i1 ,,,,.,,",,.,,..,,,,.,,,,.... Jafjiry the Time to Apply\ an Application -I| for grain, sorbhum for syrup and I Lake Butler, accompanied by Mr. and ]I erts. Mr. H.. \ \ jritet'n| > wondering, Mfr;. Editor would, been I approached by the company\ nt Mrs.. Ury Gunter ont Miss Eva tar.'...'1"" Nnv.""r'nl;'. 1 I.. 19 92t!. --1c.._ I__ __ J8,--44 :tll..: jaa5'1hi'5 at j;. ; 0Iri

: "" of }Fertili/er few minor varied little from Mrs. taders(' of these "Tals"! the year and one which Futch were shopping Jacksonville I have reopened a garini(--1 "' "."." hon.1 ::_:._ :_____ 95 / tsa.'g, J92 ,
J. M. 'I.
I crops Dukes) motored to Brook- i II. H. Peters' I Id this season 'I/ ..__ __ 1.1 '
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.T\ Bradford I of J.1u,,, I K ha ((0 Interested in learning of a 0' 1 I ..__.. .; : hoj" a
The lust yea, in production on about the er Sunday to visit their sister, Mrs. visitor here %Wednesdiu tvdtrHUStared' ', $ Gem" to which it is stands out marked contrast to the Saturday. filling station at the cot 01'/ ''11.0"" No.... IIII ..--___.___..:: 1.8'I 7 tirnat' vng'lw" fur 51Y,, hflI PUblIcly,

With otant and careful attention from same acreage. The corn crop is plac- Barbara Morgan. November, 1021, retail delivery figures Frank Green, of \Waldo, spent the' strcj '',1"" ," I. 19 4d No_.I 1 I bar f011t WCC1IoIIr, and
Alin \Walnut and South, Ind dlrl" < -- __. .
BoltV( t t marketing is the demand 'd' at 10,500,000, bushels with. a value Airs. P. P: Dekle was shopping in tended.. Clyatt a party and LOll, ,d.! ''I fsatcj, UiTex-Kiilser owes hia fall.folk. ,Thisirilflnnlyfbelivveti be- I which totaled slightly over 58-, first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. to handle I I .r/.nr/ .. ) I.uo": :"" l"Oltl__.-_.____._.__._.___._.__ 1,1, ,I I ealalItameni itt. t'it'j' CseojfnrIva,_
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near by some now prepared HInoI D. I. _
Farmers fiwberries. Fertilization forms of $7350000.. Lake Butler Saturday.Five night.. S 1\1"\ II ',, of OOO cars and Charles(' Dinkins. j '" '. 1922 _. i i"/1/ l0lfl..1fc".?' Bn"" wSB'.WW'. 1:7. 1-
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I County .J \ a4iOrtant part of the culture of Cotton, 25,000, bales, worth $$2,775-, Mile school closed a successful Mr. and Mrs.. C. cause",'otl' the History of which the this"Blaze stone i, For eight consecutive months, beginning L.. A. Marr and son, Lorenzo\' visited all kinds& of automobile ;: 11//('Ce,1.1." No\d"'i",'\ "J..1. It, "a RI-----------' '-". a 7.68 ''l'll' WlllCh'' 0 && fF&' ,

.. tiBInnt O. Ih, ,. GloryVj'the' name by & in Sanderson Sunday.Mr. tor First ) I 1::; I o"'h' ::--' "- "fll0 V* l.li. ,
repairing. t
... ."..-""" "" and, according to A. P. term Friday. Owing to the inclement to leave' diamond of unusual with April 1st of this year relatvel c14)rl ). ,; 1 .:__..-.-.- 111.78 I, i( a.. 0 0iPCtj00 $ 'SSS:
... -"" 000.Cow Tuesday to .f Is'known It I .1lii22-
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.... \ J.. Wyrick. \% and lit : I. ---- 3. laIn
... ... .. $ r of the }Florida Agricultural (for ) have exceeded 100-, \ Mrs. with reasonable | 1", ltQip, ,.
L.1. ..".........".."" -!) '..r pea grain 11,000,000, weather the entertainment on neir Plant' City and Hi ''I i iTrating [iustreJJarid for long shone as central retail deli\orlea\ prices. I lai::,, Zr 'NatO'tila' "' :: ::: I it,. rttt,1 CCt.CI( ( trIp 'Gii.1'Ii liue..

lxtion! Division.' late December I bushels, $:ZUO,000.' l Friday afternoon was not so well at- *S hi of !Prussia.> Whether -] (000 Ford cars ant trucks each month; tle daughter, 6f t Alexandria, Va., are I"" ,: ;:::i 1, :1525 l'n"'n.Nn nI5,: #1- .HI13.61. ,.roIIfltnres(, ,, Ilrni, a' lb4

l- = CANNING :MEATS\ AT Jon: 0., nuary mark the time for an Tame hay, 126,000, tons, $$2,572,000., tended but those present enjoyed a gem it, b had Ih, ':",part crown in the ruin of the Howe the accumulated' total for the first 1 spending the holidays with Mr. and Let me nil )your asfi I I I II II i' 1'' : .<"''C'''i,',J 't'ifl"th'' '-h :;::::::::::::$$4Og:: ,op all' Inser louse,. j, ,,, ,, salt,

UKl'OKTSOseoolu '() I .'.jjpption It of fertilizer. 4 41,028,000 $$2,2.16-. '' 1922 being approximately Mrs. T. J. Terry. ::: g.( I thc rIght
:"//'n' ; ": Peanut, pounds, real reat.. are not able months of ). ::::::::: o
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COUNTY() !' Aa the Housewife : od fertilization consists 000. : Organ Mechanic.. {dynasty tho Mrs. R. B.. Moseley is visiting relatives I 11)011' ." I.. ::: c::7. E. '
Whereby% plan I Mrn. C. L.. Varnes and family left 'Wheu l. the of the teem is 1,200,000., While company points '(0/.1/ I22 / 'It1'C1; '
ructions story ,
pled -\ I nut > SafelyAfter ylng a third, of the Irish bushels pneumatic power" i ,, !I not unusual for Ford and friends 1 in ''Micanopy this { ''''r'',), C 8""t4lry. %
The growers( have May 1'rettcrve' \' :Meat fertilizer potatoes, 2,600,000, Saturday for Jacksonville, where they struclloii of' tin'ii'Kiin- '' In., 'le ,( 1 history. out that it is ,t or .." ""J Ih.t> I ---------.

4 the\ Herbage(' of sprint? : -- the, plants are set, a third six $$4, 50OOO., will upend the holidays with her ,. the place. of the hydraulli, K: i., I.f'iayjjfcut to the tale about it, the retail sales to exceed the 100,000, week.Mrs.( Stern's Gale -: i,: ;,,'hnl t/'/"n..,.. ...1',.., ."tlO .. 1., I ,,5''Cd' ?tor,5c----,-- ;;; Se.Il 1))

) eil Il 1 to increase(' ( () buck- '..'1tl'r and the final\ third for ?' the und curly B. l E. Curley and baby, of I 0'' /.", d.bu..h.'u.' nft It S
.' (t! cucumbers, beans( potatoes I leave,' ribs and when Sugar cane ( syrup) 4,800,000, I daughter, Mrs. A. T. Carter. although, tln Invention "of) ,, '. given b by' King; Solomon mark during spring I!'" b'1' NO""n""r."" J .,,., 01 f/ ontj "IIIa. h.
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:' crops (of,f and pens.. I we from spare killing, there la hits are beginning to bloom\ gallons, $$2,4a6,000.Sweet I A shooting match at the home of meeluinlsni dm ox' from' ) th f, i iPf t|! ;'tlxfJ'Qiieen' of Sheba, having been(. j; summer months when the demand is Green' Cove Springs s. spent Christmas u. __ ._ ny ""n 921." ,., tuo 0".1. to....,. lin, /11_1',.a.511 .. r .''trt..,, 01' nr10,1,,, .........lbo ,,

1r \: tomatoes, (okra) ', hone) fresh hOI that airount," Prof.. Spencer, potatoes, 2,720,000, bushels, f the Inter' Hoiniin, , :' at its peak, the manner in which bus with her parents) Mr. and Mrs. David nanisuci. ,on""paul' N. 1. .f JJf., tilt. !Il, ''a'', rh.:
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Itirt for -
-| | < (hog meat) better than i L.. G. Johnson Saturday nfternoon( afforded iMiipcn u I I01;, ,, a .. )...cked'vby lt him from his turban ; In 14 to.U,. 1 l 1)0> ; --- -----,.-.. 1.11118.. I ..ti...,,l,, ,,hllftrp i' l(17( i,Iu'l;' till.. u011"1''y' of II.
f of f no meat and sweet.: In total 1800) pounds of $$2,557,000., amusement for those Jullnn. Km It WI8 onh) ., 'h-, .!t-,,.. : Curious carvings on mess has held up throughout the balance Durban.Mr. ---- "I-nt- m, thnt O'Cltwk ..
control, pruning pure a"hould" present. t |heydornnunt.*. '> "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"prepared "INANC". t '' .
kept Illili
Lee Rust mile ( the canned and the product for the aver- Tobacco/ 3,300,000, pounds, $$1,511-, century, when (OtTinuii.v' ,M, b bITh beI I of the.yeur is without precedent. and Mrs. Gn>vr Highamith '-:1: STA .-..- I rh.aaa,1l'.: lCI% f"i PIItahIi,
and \I meat is perhaps. \ Rev. and Mrs. S. S.. Proctor Mid |,t two7 o sides'. ;,of ure supposed' to Syrp Tonle-I.nxa'I / ""'Oily or I' ,,., llFl'S' ,, rho1111110,1t ,
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of It )
avoid melanone canning place Mr. and Mrs. Doyle '
children ,
antI 'nenc,5r ,
to fact, remarkable "Vlls "Iii I Ityrol
wood Cr'UHlantlnnpIo! this showing ( COu. I
(lend ,subjects,) discussed I it; so preserved g' (000. Mrs. I D.) 'W. Borum, of Lake Butler, ? b of the two ancient I I Credit for (C nttlpnlon. It relieves !S 1"' r"" .. It. ltlflb, CI. ,
of *njr.J
: j the to preserve organ building.. 'Hi. .. I II" ""' .1.;.atmnnt. ., t II to .
"' Jacksonville guests
were of .5
were a ,
( f fto lllfljf 0
best way aaldicJtokent Boyer
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\ ( ( and tex 1 : winter care of straw- The fourteen principal field is attributed by the Ford Motor Company t< regularly | I.. 'lt tea' rr.vl,1, ,
diseases utsing "
gum nicotines taste crops motored to Five Mile Saturday after ., J of the gem were car- : (; ''riithor" R."r"I ) otl, ,, flnf e dli,,
club original ; : ,
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citrus its .. .lnI8' Into | E. D.) Christ Induce regular 1 It ;;. H.SI
retains C''JI'' of Rev. and Mrs. Boyer ) '1. ?sr
three lately 0
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1.tion. / "and
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(" at the tProf.. Spencer : "Do not'lelizer were valued at $$33,585,000, nearly to the improvements ; '( melr15j
\ \ ,during various sized contain ,.e says rjeo1hitoFersia' ) where they excited many / K'-ri'ilaten.' Very |t 0 uu, / ( ,.,, lIlly Ctlflf0,01an, ,, ,
the "r'n. "
( : .that many communities ture.. And too close to the tender $$10,000,000 than the noon.Mrs. made on Ford cars and particular mas day. ( I ::;NIha,)' ''o.tl. T::: --- --. I.-. 111'sutrds ,,
greater -
in of its being put up .in convenient same James, Parrish is on. the sick To Cure a Cold' in > 'thegreed[, of the nomadic king El-lla- Jacksonville visited ucr [U>ttle. I 0-, I", .' .._. _._-.-_- -.--.-ffais / LIII 1'jIll' the
}r .week. ers permit ,f ,. It should be worked ,crops last year. list this week.. labs LAXATIVE PROMO til t robbed the Queen of ly to the new low level of Ford, prices Oscar Grill, of *- II",", .. Pifl.' inijj :__..H .1.1I I C. '1ht i "J.wt.
1 al0unt8. .) ., .tho"O'cuO, ,. n civtlfl,1Who/ ; relatives here Sunday.. ,''' Nov. .an",,,err.,11 1----,, -.-- -.. .., / FUICI, l'c.' say C
k k4't. ." "lops' ilfnilm S into effect. These new I. S.
i"v around ,
the 0
'hi plants with I himself recently put I
because '
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of seven I in the South, < Marcus Dekle' spent Saturday with '.,!Id d r w. 1" "lgiutu,' |r hebti'B grave to secure it for SEABOARD TRAIN dl I"" 1123 ..__ "und_ r-r
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Clifton Brown _
St.. Johns-An inspection health PartcularlY of the clmnte, the : Ugi king tool, care being taken IIAMPTO.V friends at Miller.. I GROl! "''Within-'two:' weeks thereafter he was low prices not only' broaden the field Earle Roberts and I I/nvo,, "//'t"'"' 1'1rn,1) ',' n'o'ul' '' ---::::.___::; 11.41II" i '- t-'halr M,

Ifiulini? dairies with the city of the %nnlness becomin In-I .noti-'ftk the roots. J. L. Dukes, of Little Springs [>' .slain his palace, and thereafter, of prospective Ford purchasers hut BO students of the university at Gaines I r ., ,, .' 1. j I.. l9n-----2 __ ____. 94 Ofl I'ty'
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sanitary 1 il Ell- injt 1..1. i ... "ilit'I' ,
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that much new of n1ats 3s>>.hallow cultivation should be EEPSOLD'''! and'rlnea'who further in making the Ford ear ville, are spending the holidays at (In effect(' Nov.. ,,.. Nov.' J, Io"d' FU"d __ ''vItil '
I' or
officer) shows installed, recent eanninl. Importnnt. home(' demon Hampton, Dec.. 29.-Miss Eva \Wil- und Murray Thomas!, 'of Miller, were j'jthroughjthe centuries, rulers Bti f Ill"\. 1122 -________ 114.01 ,, I,. ,
( here. d"II" .
4't. ? of their homes ; ___ lbS
; been (!reasinJly trough the : best value from the standpoint SoulhbmNo.1 "' : z ''onlh, ._. Row, ,,
has winter. :
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; the came .
called ( here :. __ I
.1 upon business. gem -
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equipment Saturday __
J health, officer extcmleil. ( congratulations. titratIon agents sire\' heinz .,L '_ .iKln.. .n a..a.< ....- 41.._ __. I. !- I hams, who has been teaching in south on I J, a '., acquired the retail buyer, that it has ever been. Mr. and Mrs.. J. \\V. Barber and I. ,n,... ,I. '. __ .. .__ 10.11:. -
The home,- can '- ." ifadi.ru LIIU' j4UW' Joe Williams of the Ft. Call 'WELL AND 1 reaches Stark I :
I
ly. \ to teach $! .. Iwi Florida, Is spending the holidays'with' section Sift tqv1cfTbmargrave' a,, j .. -- .. ndltn ContplnInent
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I and more { 'children the week-end with relatives ..
'' Ford factories have spent) ." 1 N"v. o.OlfldI- ,. -
more the .
; .
I ,
soda Although -
applying nitrate of ;
or I accompanied by his friend,. Elder 'I' ;} of BrandenburK, No.3 3, 10:69: a. m. Il" ", ,., I. 1123 ai a. "

: I .- hOI \ ning of meats.' not necessary f f(11J. <> n .acting ammonia" fertilizer(' h1 parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M.. Williams. N.. T. King', were' business visitors. THIN, pale. imp'' :j1tos'o 8 louse started, the Prussian d dystound '-I Ii been operating at capacity for thu in Macclenny. Jacksonville No. 21, Cedar Key ( '', 'W.".I":".',;,,':,',. ';":'u.11: "" naflItl--------'...,.'__,-_ .___..__ ,' / 'Itlll"' Il Ilit "i a'IsarInjr('.', I'V' air, '""'' '''lI I IEhit1
is of _
Miss Rose Andrews ,
'co-operative "it _
Madison, -Held( However ', homf| -bui'ditional' application of 200 S here Thursday. i the on a Jewish. : past eight months, sales have equall No. 15, Limited, 1 1:1NorthbJ: I n. I. 1022 -_ __._ ((110 "llwew, lhttltln.Irdthe .
,,
) gem; ,
Of thi(8 3 her \W. II. delicate. ( ___ II ,.
Maxwell jTias __ t.5
call ,
Tuesday.(' : housewife to upon has recently been I a I ed and judging from the is upending a few days with Mr. und ,, ''''"' No,.. I,"," ____::: ,: rrRlInt ;; l.t(rflijnt, "ala S S:1
the sulphate of will i production, / ,
Greenville : tli S
poi potash help margrave's
the .
: at ( Ni',J. teach. her t)8ri) ; business I Glde's I'epto-Mai Ajnerchant in one of f : I. J'and ? : ''ala.. : '
tale in agent to visitor to Jacksonville., I Mrs. G. L.. Futch. '"r''1I'ir 1121 -- .! ot Jj:,-:1: : 5mef
placed which orders ; -
hog ""old 127 were demonstration herself l lbbo tol good strong plant with a PROVIDENCE supply of p ld jftfo| Silesia, and seized it, duvilaringri unusual manner in are I"' ", ,I"' '.., 10.,1., -.'.---- : ;: dror,.. hit ,. 5It
212 } "od 0-4
fr.'jr
.
can do a ( C CiH : Mrs. I. J. Priest !left Saturday for I ( of thu I Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Dye and, J. B. No.2 2 arrives StarNo.4at4Ofip. I ) .-- .__ I ,(It !irr, ,
Trade.IVitk can meats; ? In'ing .surface, and make theien restores bodily strong he would it in the coming in at this season year l /'e.' ,I.. 1923; ----- ..--. I / I Ilg,,, Yr.1, aln Di can.
] } or
1 ( ( certain (directions I; McCull' where she will be the of color to the cheeks : g/1at; place : \Wilnui Blnnchard' of 4 : : I' -- JO'SI h,' u1"
-- will f follow( distrifjjl e '' arid better shippers.tjlants guest Providence Dec.. 2U.-Mr.' ? .1 i ; /t'' great kingdom he was to' Fbrd" dealers will be unable to accumulate Jr., and Miss /','R"," Nn,' I,Oru"";; "u"; :::::: ,, ,>1 1I' 1t4y,, ( ,,,,, S ;, 'r.for. '
i itnnch < and Mrs. 1
1
fruit a whole Ellen LeNoir, her daughter; Mrs.. Jessie 'Morgan. ( I wel-roumk'(flush S crow stock of cars during Jacksonville(' Miss Kn/.a: Blanchard, No. 20, Cedar Ke. ', ,,, .I" ( 23 -- ..._ sl'lear In he -
; Miss I tip -
_
Citrus al spoke! ( show need for addi-- merchant was instantfr'Iain an adequate I ":"" ,.< ''n ,",''h __._._ 11IIIJ '
Itessie .stAbIsh The ; .
Smith 30 h .
i hI of Lake ( ) f "
*
thi of Florida City, year. .111ha,1
Mrs. Bowden t .. ..l.'a miii.
shape ascent of Macon Ga. is the spent Louise Blunchard I I' .
better demonstration of Brooksville, No. 10 Limited -
for delivery .
months ,
"
I .
in -
and winter .,.
,. cleaner home |i \ttailizer, about picking time, Sunday with the latter's' Mr. Mangan has been r n" ,.t '' when he ventured to yemd.thecaptor the ( 1IK" / 1. I.. ---- --.-...::: '.( t.riilicoiz, Mo.
,
parents ;
this $flj guest of her sister 122 : / Of ,.
? Mrs. J. F. John % Clillfl ,
Christmas ,
I Ir when interviewed on queston. t 1vith light bf leading physicians as! evil influence next spring. of Macclenny, were guests 'Wannee 1""Inc.,, .. .\d.", I t I. i1 HelI by bill Oil
than previously. i i.i a application and Sam of the No\\ 01' tI, ,, WUl
j i Summers. v. r,05------. It.t'lt It.
r yr the' person son) this week' 11rs. enricher. 1" : I. '922 ;, oC",, tcroe flthint''.
refers ( Your dr' Mrs. A. Blanchard.Mr. t1'
Motor of Mr. und ] "
Ford 1. "nr' '
LeNoir of the ( _
I.d.
Miss soda have In the opinion No. 101 leaves Si : -- __ / .
Ir '
of to -- lit. ,
j ( or sulphate ,
nit am- It seems flIr net
A-J; otthaiamond. _
C.. S.. Piper of the U. S.. 1 ....ereKIU----.i' *.-< n.mmt*"..,-.,_,.,,'- SO, No. $! t I Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Birt have been at home.Jimmie' Gay remains quite ij liquid or tablets, as ;) b been"banded'' i| down the l Prussian line Company, November sales are an indication and Mrs.. S. B.' and family No. 104. arrives fff' J/ I;''":",1"":' ,';',.c"' .,10."O"tl.,---------a.: ;: 274.42),.' ) 'a,.,,! i''lni''' ,, ,,,_, ,,,,- '.,-,.?,.? aye
Sem'mole- wraith
,
Ilald
,
A. has found here ut Orlando and '>If f the state relation service, United. I t not 1portunt to provide good the guests of Mrs.. Birt's mother, 11'1 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey '3 udPcptoa{ untit'finally!' it reached the one time that many prospective purchasers of Jacksonville, visited relativeshere Limited train N rfll' 1.1.:,'.:, ; ,: No,.. I.""7'lIlar.Ijj.'' : :::::; 21 :J /I lJ0,0,1' 11123 t'lflty, 110,1, 11a'( ., S Sn
I n.). which of agriculture. Poolsby, of Alnchua' 1.. il", I. -- : ) 0.
wild county. I value : : .
112 w.SaJ
: .1 a growing States department( fuf Jrtr. strawberry beds. It only ( in retreat in Holland.. realizing! the exceptional( SUnay.'Rev. 11:22: p. m.., Jacktersburg. .. ""u", : -- _.___ Slus
c r6rnow _
who Lmper
Miami, a legume < to' ( Rev. arq teaching on the I East Coast, ; .. :.z, ::: _.._ ,
? South what instructive and helpful b Burke, pastor of the offered in Ford cars, are Louts' Donnelly, of Starke, wan I I Io,. .... ."" '''th :_._____ I CI1Il' '
.
he noHeveH, will be for the the North.. tracts, ; ) '" eannimj'joiijieat ',(f 'I roreW days to injure a crop, dist church, has been Melho./. are expected home to spend the holidays -I qa'a' i f Ult b 1.Jiiillaid.*,; that herr Zupkolhorn, a now being unusual visitor here Sunday. I I.. I. 'l(12j(" _.___._ ._,:.': ..31'I".n. I '1 z.itllClres. NNlcil-1.., S
,
for who I contemplates an a .
assiAne.1 / '' had 'learned beginning to Anticipate Limited train S-I.
alfalfa arc woman 'I nh h ground become water- learned's'antiquary' who n""o t"P'uly
< '
and with her ,,
ruadaXul Mr. and Mrs. Ch.rsSlllIuttor
parents, r .
clover I 1.'bc. / ,,
'
that pamphlet pastorial work here( for the Rev. Powell' left Slfinday foiOr- (0lnty' I. ,,, ,
therefore .
from ..I lr of the awl spring demand(' and are put 5 St. I .' '' JE2! .7 ,, V
poi. Rem : n. m. ( .r : ,
history
I jg : J Jesse Bielling. / TonieandBlrL the, fateful 15 l I I ,,. I'borI,5' ,, are,,,, lII, Illl't) l2.1S.i
: arrantceincnts 1 that in their orders during the full lando where he will spend a few dnys 1 I ..r ,., ,, ii,"1,1, I.., 3-59
follows: had forecast ville. ,
.
wade ( year.Mrs. .rl' 'l'rtl.C, "
,
\ form Drew who-lncsome' way tnl I.. t" 'I Ic J"Rr. '"-
and 'It 'h. -e
,
Have s
I Edgar Summers I r ,
,
often .J. were ( ,, 1111,1 lit
Jefferson C. Thomas and of ': He to return ry
cowpciundK children relatives. .
; I i: with weather bureau station "Poisonous) ) ;protein foodni 5 DI FOR NURSERY\ STOCK{ visitors to Lake City Saturday afternoon A 'TO i t I *\>in) jirould come to it owner between will continue to do so throughout\ with expects (These\ two t ti, j ,. I"b"r,., n'ror.1' ., n" ,..I""I"" ,"",. ''n...".", hl.1. ''Pr,, I"ml((143, fOr.,,, -1:1911: ? hi.I.'111)001..ly) ,.p, I
of .Valdosta Ga. nt ((0" it
1 of "' or ,
!-The local d are guests her parents \ I- the winter to avoid (disappointing delays to fill his Sunday appointments b'.r' 2. tii to aol 11$ SI. t'Ii' ,,
4 4I by wire. in the decomposition" B'MA(' ( HEAVY ,Jthejyea.w 1318 and 1 1922!> implored. Staike. Ocala a "", I ; s I I.IJ.' "o"lh..,, 1. o. t'ta" j t'llillg' o'ft Soil lJ.n.1; U
,1
daily reports likely} to oce-uipiSrii i' WEtS Mr.. and O. Haynes. drove's Tasteless' cliiu I While this ,church.. no.' t"Itr, .. ,,, toN" tirlr1.,, NlrIn ,,,, Iti'tvfl' nll..rn.10.
fur these re- 'This is especially Mrs., / to rid himself of in delivery later on. Grace only "' ., .,, .o'.t to I 11114 l'l' ,, Ila' .., I.
I '
announce thdvyoung stops they : 'F11. 1.'I.r hi.d
T ,,
... 1 lAnnt will and parti ularly''ieft. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May busi-- irmers are beginninl to prepare Energy and Vitality h. emperor Reddish and Gus Loiiilholtz ..'I IICIWpq,, ,, ", ,
sight i of meats were and that to 'will relieve the'situation' to some exI Bryant ( sonville Tai R ., I..., llrooka.t.. I I ob-m- ,
1 I' ', }, by whistle signals. else which spoil quickly. It I'ofthe .' '101[ nursery stock by the ness visitors to Gainesville lust t Tues their land for a tlck crop and next Enriching the Blood.. W!' i?l _jit t t |>''elo1 f his coronation, I tent it is pointed out that the steadily were visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. and ( i I .: t..j.I""".""f: ''i'Ihg' to nlai, ,. Intl 1,, a-3.,15.,,, -

.
olt foods( 1 of North and : 1 t 'Jntreaty, William replied: 'Trains Nos. 7 ''I 1, .
therefore,1\ growers will be I.- '5 C. ArIZrr.L:2l.intY" :! !"' "fli'r' ,
% : .
I" : 'tsrI
: weel peas planted by R. M. anti ,,.. ,,. -
( Eng'1sh for Ford cars and Mrs. '-' .
carlond of seed pea- utmost importance and i are greater than day.Mr. \ L. ttrengteninglnvlguruti" ;: Vputmust" understand that. I am increasing demand 11. Tracy Hampton to St i -- 0C0,11- ., I li'ii 1,1,1., ,,. -rue l.-,7.,,, 'I.; 11)22) "
meat. ,
such the .' Charles Clyatt and, brings color the christmas lo
..j only Charles and Miss Genevieve' to > neveilheless to create'an acute daughter, Doris, spent ,, ('Irrt I ('S rt'Jret'
0\\ canning the.vt1r'o (
0"i : and is sure
for of (God \ ': A.
V
'
Iluniton-One of hogs, were use abaolutel p-lly in this state, accord- 'If by the Spirit leaving MnmptiR n.I"( m, E. .
Drew .
-
one t tu be' Rivers of Lake Butler Sq.inmers.Manard it improves the *appetit We in Macclenny.T. !. ; Mvnpiiiii
tho < with relatives
advances. IFPOIT
,
known are guests I the season : day < ,
''IUt this week. fish as are llnirts, reaching the state '. l'.my. people.' The Ilohenzollerfl5jt.ietendure shortage as R arriving Ilunifl g in ., or Ih,,, ,. )' I
I '/ I :.& ; 'of their Smith expects to leave on appreciate its true tonic \ < \ ) of 'Wuycrosa' Ga., enf ror, C'.r"' or, /."" ">11''"
shipped, co-operatively fresh and clean. grandparents, Mr. Mrs.. i iGrove's ': f forever. No curse of evil Accordingly, the Ford sales organization D. \Weuren, through tr, a",toll, itrCiffOrd." t.. (O'ir.u I '922. I IIlrpl.l.t
: I
l lf Florida and the Flor- ant : nro ,
.' \\J I canned before spoiling ; -I ,W. S. Futch. S Saturday to visit his brother, \Wilbur ,' Tasteless chill T.. ; is urging prospective Ford spent a few (days here this week' with a'\ ""_,...,COlnl"rur,, .,. Fop'I.', ." / i. ,
of is nn
meat 'if Cincinnati Uhi; t It ,
harm dynasty. > ,
meeting "When\\ tdait station.llal ,) our I" co.// ( :
tl.t Voluaia-At the annual treated, in an Mr.. and Mrs. P. E. Taylor, of in Jacksonville. Ion and' Quinine ouspcmU 1 ,fan his purchasers to arrange for delivery friends. 1.. w.v'.r' I 0122./ I ; ,, I,, ( C1le..,
Bureau the secretary has set in, ab80lut: demand has led to pleasant children ito V r' kept the gem in crown ( Too. n.o,"l,, : P. ,,,
Stanton even ?
t< Farm Gainesville, Owsley will visit in Jack- 1, months in order Pearce Jones of Jacksonville(' was C.t.t.. *' s.U. I ; ,
UeLand in were visiting relatives '
f the packed tllbt If. to have during the winter .'. ,J afll'l .
of $717.fiO. ; on ly manner, : the plant board termite needs QUININE to Purify. "M c -.1. reported, saving clan and ;; and friends here this week. qunville during the holidays.Mrs. (; demand next spring will b bit the Christmas of relatives.. ,,, '1" ""0" "P., I -
I the guest :
that
1 returns ?- sealed properly ** I Enrich it. S Malaria I" .,..., I
Destroys
situation .
containers for tl; Coml,111Ifl51"
satisfactory on ac- 'UGdp .1. I ,
I :;,:, and very dinner' { .', !' ''W. P. Dirt and family, of Louise, Hubert Tanner and children, relieved far possible. W.. II. Hurt, of Hawthorne, spent To Sto I)..,, :::::.' I1DIIO. Iloft.,
as
purchases lo of as .
pressure by its (act worthy men- 1..r. Ill I II ,
steam I. ,
} germs Strengthenatinrt \ (
"
,
in l'Orfliltn ,
of 10 Comttn
." zed a introducing in- ; .
Hi ,
; anger ; haj ,
# Irene : ( 1 ,,
.
sales. t and AVilbur l\ J la Collar j title 88,1 um
with friends. ,
co-operative I yard here II
on b spent last Tuesday with relatives and apd 113'lte \ of the week ,, I'ICII,,, Cor.
? temperature given t. with these part tako UA ,,
,
j1',11
-
crystals N. .
and IIn. '
> ) i"
"; .the time ..to. 'erious insect pests and j jipU IL Elt if nn\onnectlon* ; YE' ,I.. and S I S
; 1' Mr&Uiti& friends' here. Rev Powell filled his appointmentat "y ,,, t aa "o 0r410r'' '100171" ,
ti ol product being one S rough Is that some LAWTEY 'ough "R", 'j",, ; 'II t 51Yt.r, 'Zrw, *s&&
l
-k carload the resulting [ pI of citrus there has been |< ",, -- I 'CCA
'bll a : Inlttl 0"1" -'
Shipped' L tho .
Columbia shown to bo* good lev. A.. S.. Jones, of Lake City, was of the hand Saxton Methodist t church Sunday healing ,,.. "m S
warmth I 'ro
m'' \ 1 for the farmer? )I experience has i| in-'irantine prohibiting the -- __. II" i I>tiflie$3ven$Jl the A box of f 0 I."*' '. 'to ,It.,",, --------Ioo.o. ''I, I AIj Wb,, fl.p,0,111011,. J
a
k I 1 : corn co-operatively orilci. ; 't visiting here :Monday.. -- :: ,' ''cause them to fly to splinters af-- Lawtey, Dec. 29..-Mrs. M. E. Todd afternoon. R. R. Thcde accompanied( ., d". '_ __.8. t it, IIltftCNrIflW C,0,0,, ,, (
', to 'i'ithjthe state of citrus j&'Wpi SALVE for ChMv.v. P1.1,11 by
food. (
arranged( toe""I"
nur ,
Th'e n\A.I.\ .;j..,1', thin week' und have "Salt may be added, for ,, 't Mrs. C. \W. Shaw, of Flint, Mich., ;.- --- 1'j" -- :7: lijj'tjir'jWfei'nV, ', taken from the clay, owing, of Fort Myers, spent thn Christmas' him.C.. Croup In' encli'V'il'' .n't,' ',''nt 'd""I"i--.J; 4. --Il'i-... '" StHAYES' I- / ,,,,%,_ In LI,,, a'b0g tha trm.lfn Ittli '

; ( fertilizers co-opcrativcly.' be. smoked to, flavoi l e. : is the guest of her mother, Mrs. II. F. I either to their oripti- here with friends.Mr. S. Hill and son, of Pa\m.to\ lIE; 0,1, '" '"'I ._..:' ------.--- dl..,,.. hi lit. Itl'r' ,, ,,..u'.t' tiler0 C11.i. I
'' holidays
meat may *;: '- J3 l'mlirly to ,,
i f
81'' : \ or the .the demand for nursery I.. "-- ____ > ,, 1i"reIn ,., .
Inja
r'Jt.i.aUPPCKed' L. 0 I .
.
and Mrs. blumlcl lie rut ilail ,
of Mr. > I sot
forj; te Chesser. to the Ritch Jr. of were guests I. 'I",' ali.e, ,, Is ,
( commend hut neither is necessary .gt ., been strained, or and Mrs.. N. T. _816.41 I "0,1, 1'rm.In' llOflW, ,,, Wlk. tI
va" r.. Local( )bank has it, ''commerclaservation. ..1 ; Mrs. -- I l tI
Sullivan ,
Flagler- of Josephine left this condensed of Mr. ( 'll -
last week 1"
county and slut a The use I ii the state inconveniare j" :I' f presence of highly (tax Raiford, were guests t ha'nlLnat l'y) "m't t 'RIPi'. .,"" T.. 84(135.1( ,:, I 11lfl It in lfltlilI.y, h, ''lot hoo It
,
showing in cannin:1* week for Vero Ellen Alford, of Sanderson( is T" 0./,1/ ,, -"--" ; or or lit. bran '
in where when
she will the
kind be
our this throat -- IlflWil
ed III
piL1 of any 1rltbltbem./ For reason and Mrs.. Truby Wainwright. -- /' as.

_____ ''U ; "I'J'J x wurk, this year and baa placed) fair(( itlel plar-9 i. preservatives'('not only unnecessary but inayvb:ilpt! Appealing to ''the guest of her son, A. L. ''Sullivan. : :,'I j so;*suspected) they are always shipped I \Wilinot Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Marr .' ,, .! ,..lo.n'I",, ,l ,.. .-- ---.-..--/1"0--_: "_ tlI.'hvo.oP"n. I I ,..,.CIII.,,nitl,,,Iiri.itrriy nl., I In ,, 1 ,"eI Ifllert.lad sw,.
year's is rpnpnl amend < t thrr,, J -
l WC j : behind next '. I I > or it.. The Christmas tree under the < other subAs'afready this week.. Both ,In"fV! I. ---- .I t Illfl, Ito are ('(hIar, or t ''St..j.
\ given with his 10 wlnii.i- ,
,
I
;
squarely the
potato or holidays ; ------3822iii: jl
I .,.," ...nn ? iatsuma ; ; \ enclosed !in a raw spending. par ".t ,"" ;; kn,,,,,, in 5ftl I'Civo0.' ,, I II
j I'u' .. .. --- .the,, I trees may 1 be of M ErmVoml\ and George Richardson, Ct olbe cn I" .., '- -- a"I"lne fltl Ufll4, t"iarly, SI
\'' ---l... ." I" .. instructions require US\\ 1 auspices the Masonic lodge was I I ents, Dr.. and Mrs. G. \W. Brown. .JUMt t k /." : "'_ /I I lilOW,, PiIiln, ,. , .
,
.gib.1c. ; "These becaiusaiith $ "I Alabama, MisissippiIdV quite a I I n theJhome'of is of f Sanderson, pent' Monday here visiting a.. '.'' I. ", I ,, -- --..--_..2201". :110 t I,, (Ii oOnlu.ai..01, h.
success. stated India spendIng .
I' from a citizen \ f pressure cnnnera I !J was I Mr.. Hof ma of Tallahassee, tlUG Laj'. "g",,., _78".23" ,. Prayt, ARC.1,, ,,,,,, In ,' ''a'a"I.

Clay-Got a letter from 0 steam Is necessary"for' the. 'W. E. Hutchenson is the guest of : |, ':.' the diamond until the year the holidays here with friends.. relatives. '.v. J. ,n ('oun',-'-"-- -------2121'4 "IItlSfiiJ) I'Uraon' ,, Illiab known, lsii'II.t I ..t"s
P.ji.
I notice temperature 'u" : ,
t' ,
"I I 0 himg"I I ,
recently and he said, that ) sterilization of meats.Suchunnern :", C $1 I just consideration his (daughter, Mrs. Ben Chriuhlo, of :. $| J72Sj{when discovered(' in prazil, these j Mrs.. Pearl Jones, who is teaching 11HIf1( Beulah and Julia Sapp, ofStarce FINANCIAl. a". .0l.'t". "/,_,.: : --..----- I I.;"ri,,, iillnJl,,(, op ,It i nrlr.l, iliet
1c in the county paper (omplete Jrotrt'li'; ii t t the state plant board I : are spending the holidays :----...-. 70(1.00/11( /I "It, i3ial,. ( elalmIflat aI S
: your articles real county should be purchased i Jacksonville.Dr. LOWEST ; -. .two countries dividing the honors un- I school in Fort Myers, is spending the Colir.tyfif ,. a. I I. -to ""n'- -"'lii --- .' lifljg 0th flr01111 (hi,0,., SII t.. -
I .
trying to be 1 I 5bou1&b4l b<3 3ible } a public hearing atTallahassee '% with friends here. F county ..--., .tire, .__en_,., and,_ or ,ehilt,, I
are Il '
; to
uiit00
-you I believe company.. They < Middleton, of Starke, was aprofessional il'ihdiscovery r,; ,? of the Kimberley holidays at her home here. ,, ''I ", n ..c,o,- :- '' ---- .-, or .i.-S. ,,- .., C,,. -- .. '
.ai4 1 nnd, 1 am with you. reliable 42O' t at 10 a. 't time in Mr. and Mrs. E. E.. Burney and children ant n"l. "'ja., ._'''no'' I he l"l..rll.. lIt, 0,_, tlCtdrty, I'r1100.,,,,,,, ,,
JBfjto friends' _
agent of at least ) visitor here.this. week. |,;l% ; 1870. At the present I George Roberts visited ( OtlIIl,,,.,, --- _.__ ile.nl, ,, tftrt
the part to (develop : ,, ___ .... .,,. ( n ,,,,,,
,
on -
the : itlin relatives, lta'lncs N. < / ,,
[1923. with 523(1i'avemle'r.
N 1 a lack of co-operation ,misunderstanding of steam pressure, and 'aUould Misses Ruth and Llzzip Rowe, of !: .';', the Kimberley and othermIaaf Jacksonville Sunday. spent Christmas lt.'eeipta'.' d .. I. ,, ,l.i,. ,,, .___..___- 280.1(' 7.4. i lall.. Aflill, 7 ,Mry IharrI1 j, M.ttIt1t1. tltrlor.11, ,,,, .

farmers is more ounds i-onsiderable'' lghe' I announcement of the Jacksonville of Africa really thefl3ourceS of Starke visitor in Jacksonville. Warrnntt., I.,. .- Or,, nil,,., ,, ,, i,,
: many for a ( were guests Mrs. IF.. I : ..Jn South are I Ed Thomas, was a ,, -", I.. 10 I" Srh.,,.,---- --. ;i'i' SIOV( .A--- sr..
tested -- irwai
[ -
)>e 'lhls.el' (
.hat inter- I''H'"t nnt'1 : 1 "
II antloniHm. 'ot( the any person PRICESIn Whilst the of "n 10" i hi ,
safety to'
;' ... than to insure the ',: B. Peeples.F. i; of supply. Lawtey Saturday, guest ..ol.rl. -- __________. i"l'i.rIy, Or ,, tn I(I. Or,, ,lanhouwn, eI.,, ,
:; !pressure 'fji j ir and be heard by the A.. Scott of Starke ''. before their divcovertr in who is his local n"l.no. I "_" ._.___ .4 U.7:I I iiti In larialfnrt, a t'ari' ,, (e'rrlJ '
Metamorphosis. operator. was a business ;. I"S/'iiyfrafife I Truby Wainwright, ,.,,..,'. .. I. '," lea I ,,' .. ./ urllk.,1., ,, rt,1111,, ,on,0, I3'iflg' .

it "', t Moro have hobby. Now L '" 1eats are ready for prcpfttatiori* ,er in person or by his visitor h here this week. I, ..)x'-fi7djw'i',;':* 6i about sixty thousand carats commission agent.. Not cf' COl....,. but' tllh. ''v''.(,II., '...'"'la,.,". ,2"/1 I j II,,,, N.rih0,1., ,, SlsI ,,f ,, no.1I ,, e. s_ ad.,
uaet to I .
i; )Man used la 0 a bug. soon a! the/anhlai% Ojcials say that, Master Merrill Johns, returned : \\.1. r'1:' annum, during; the next twentyt I Mrs. A. Z. Ailkins( and children, of nree courses H6'iIth, ? to bIID CM.Mstomury .. nl,, t, "n' .''h'n',, '' .hl'.."., .EutgWarrant. ,-,-, 4,10.3H 3 3lt.IItt. I 01,11, Hj f ltIltell,0,, QtlSrier,.. ot ho. ft ,.
hobby, for the canner U ,0'.1' I III) ,, Nerlhsetter t
h* has a i disappeared., For horn.*' an' i wishes. use every from Cumpville last Friday where he the History of the anj/thnt" ',:/ is from 1870 to 1890, the Starke, Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children menu( In medieval' time foe ,, c. I. '_'. .._SIOO.1.I.ne. (.is I'fl.l, ,,, ,v.le,.(. at ''VWrnty1( ''row _

; tTI ._. heat has meats should be copkedSAwti-r: \uution to prevent the has been spending a week with his Ii .i t;: ((k |5t.tJputput, of Africa was forty- I Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett and l state bur.iitiet. I'HI veremonlal,nnd privet feanU IO'veljls" ', 5 t bat, '"'it",0 -. '' 'l9I.OvarIaft I 'Io,, ll..aj.aleC. ,,,,,,In,, lit. In tI, ,, ,. ,. t'r'((25t,,
no
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ning italy two. ,
comprising ,
\ I H crn
J II
''I roasted( baked ,oi; stewed -' the state of dangerous sister, Mrs. Lee Parker.Mr. If'' rae carats, that is, an aver- little daughter, of Gainesville, Mrs. ../; U. W. :l : ,, Qltrlor, 01,1,
Remembered. each ALDIIIN.W..n' ,
broiled, lion dinner fliers ]Put court "'. 5CrlIt of ,,

,4 Today Lines is to your Be' iluy? &mid, mine ; tht fried-just, aa W9uld be (done/Jor( /:<*f immediate nects and diseases, it and Mrs. J. II. Saxon, Mr. and Ford Motor Company !; j jI ''}4,,q (tover two million carats per un- Jack Briggs, 'of Jacksonville, and Miss might comprise laura" rrom 01", .,i'lght to o doien ., .,,1.. I" C. A. //N/rr." :' Cou'l.1.lune. rite(Ill .4"ati, ,, ((2ita in ,SotlIliemiicr ,( n4 0I 0-..

"on _.
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.PreP llt 1041
day we h have ; iluday in which serving, to preserve not restrict the growthS Mrs. V. B., Wheeyer and children motored :. : \ "!& Mabel Edwards, of Macon, Ga., were different, tllhlie''. Thus at the \wedding. % NOT't"R' .' _/) ;,C'k.11.I"n. (,, 6lti:feet, till f2t sr.; ., -, Sftnj

i pronhj4i 1'' only our part.. \Whiit, our part may but the home cooke flav.. unless restriction is to Starke Monday.Mr. $ hough there. were at one time Christmas guests of their mother, banquet (of llvnry' V there wrr,' onlj Illtnce,, >' .. ,. b"'by" 0.' ". D'RCI.lGg' tr baf'tre flt'lirar' to II,. feet 501,1, t i1euInnn,
piny meat lC'rfl"' lb. bIll

that 'we Ignlty in the great t whole we may !, ly the well. *' ':$ $$& '-I 1'' protection of the in- and Mrs. Lee Parker, of Camp- VioI'stte'i1', .'{!a number of mine claims in Mrs. M. E. Edwards. three C"lrll'H.,' yet over' :'H iii> different' latlunca I 1123 1''halon,' ,,,, 1'.n's Oi,,, .e.10, / "h"1 ., 12.?nIl,(hp Ollfl, ili.lflg''iot ,j,, of Jint ap, tiilltIgsIn,,, ,, a '

f : eat but \\vt-- are here to or as rdwIpe $$235 :,.. all consoli44n few daysin lixlteg: nif/itiont-il/ In the record, .' ,' ''n.. ]J'.Ie.,'.. 'nl,, RI'Itly"' >/ t,, I""" I,"., ;oh ,,, la ,, ,
these ,
lark
not understand, ( ; meafc Trim yule, are the guests of Mrs.. Parker's Chassis 'U/Afrlcl&: t, were Rev. E. D. Boyer Spent a ) .. t 'NlI.. Ih. (' ,''' A.I IW"r"n' j jI aj ti (flke (hi5C
roast
1..h/u
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T This we "To can ( wtiws.Ls'e"ta I.. ,, U. ,\. raIt.r,, ( ,,,
eftOUrI into""what fruit "lchnme OrIer ,,,
Is our I IsJmoas of etc ( ,, ,
ami umv llI. Plece --- '- the 1889 last week. e ali ,, of 8. 0'f '" I 5ataa
1 ,: play i, cot of with to ,damp cloth the select father, fl. Johns. t I 4 ;;! year Inglis r.lt.cl, : ealmi, j;. 1"hr. "" ., "'. .l Itrotnp.1Octar > .I'' ,, ,, bitItIiIIt.d, in lihIln

L : ever1 know : I is a \purl t love, notcynicism. Heat some, grease /\ *r0a5t .\Ur; OF.OKIDA Miss Elizabeth Douglass, of Macon, $ : the De Beers Consolidated, Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter and little (rh."t'.I.NOTICE &' fliti" ,.,. urn JlInIfa'" ,,, ,,, 'wit 7i! :.' ::,t"" n'' 0'' I'.r5., ,, ,cIl'allalntftn, i Wel ItIy. n,,t,
,) I Is n piirt' of of meat. ( () ,. for ",.,."l';, my nn,1:: :,! ''II,.c,1015, I''10r1115WI'I'NEHS pubI.j,,
atoeari| Cecil Rhodes Wauchula h. rtI.
whlollI/ fur ux express' love put in the meat i, ? \ FARM CIWPSI" Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 269 o'1i/tn'/'l hich: the celebrated daughter, Dorothy, \ are OF HTOCKIIOUIEKH() ) MEKTING' WrraIlun li" ("ipp51, aa'lg",, .I.. Ion allah p ,, (' '1"i'lirfliI' A, i.
Is' t inp; pan .rd tearNjcd Runabout and which in a with Mr. andMrs. Notice t In h .by lven thai the rrirulai* annual "'Ot.2 .0'11 thl j IIgflctlr( 'Ir ''It V.gut. .
I This all aides M moving spirit, spending a few days <.. (,, "" JONATI'\N'\ '"'.tnflilnnr o "art_ .,
1 to of human& htrullCIK. quickly, turning so meatjuice R. Jackson this week.B. 1w m.Un., of thit,. Hbickhnlilem, ., of thu,, I.aw.t. "".. ') I. I "Il'ft'cpl () ,, ai.r SlS t,5
in terms .( '( from losaiif t I"utl!< Holh Field and Fruit ''k\ ensure gave him the strong G. L ..Futch. Him. will. In 1U banking l1'.mbrr A. A"I'nl.I'.I"" tioIlpr, COurt, ,
the i \1 Hunk
,
: know.'. for, wi.> lmvi> llnr1111 d (this prevents -! J. Prevatt and wife, of Starke, J try' b h.ld U"lnn, 111. n. io 1925, thIs lIt,
*' ; we nther course AaSfootijJasiwell 1', I nt $SCO,650,000, f he held in the affairs of thatjfORSALES Miss Mary \Williams, of Mucclenny, .''n In Law., Flo.ld. on Tu..d.l. W
expt'i'leiH'e' (' (but mi.v during cooking) I : the guests of his sister, Mrs. J.. / : I II.). I 1925.U at 2 ) p. m. to .h.! of I Wsrr or : c--- *j' ,
BOo Uecity" und waste. > withlf Ire ,. .,. visited relatives and friends here first for the year and. trannnct.', I "1,. g. '' i va.. wV, rH nvMNT
uU"l! LI 1 T .
life lead \\ seared sprinkle \ 1'. "" ". 298 > d'.lo' .n.uln.. I""r" 'SrSF' ,. ( 'kiiMw/ ,
.
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> ( ] I .. .".. Touring ,;; o such other bWI. ,., may coma, beforethem. I. : I tOrCQmj terijs&iu ,
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Jonliin. -.5- p1.1' 22.-An .increased "Y, of the week. of ( '. ., flht501,
Mtarr ,
.
avld! .n.. t .
i -T> to taste -UU .; : T. G. Futch and family, of Lees- Vitals, h. .,,1'0', t ,
4 pepper th. > than ,\ RECORD BROKEN R. R. was transacting business S J. W. BARBER ntl,"a 0",,,, "unl" ""1 b 11 rllqnt., 1, Cnfl.a ./ (: ( '
re $ of
in $14,500,000, Moseley ''Q.. .01.1' To
to the ,I'Tea e a8tinipan. burg, were the guests of Mr.. Futch's r Canhlur.. 1H 'ts. Ihu I. ')altr---,
: 2-m-.1t-1- I.nt '
water ,
'J ASPIRIN:! Baste frequently.,' -/TuT/'; :;, a icipol Florida' crops Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futch, ( 1i 1 in Hawthorne Wednesday.Miss !! ,, ,. '''W eounl"' cUfl,15"hlggr.u, ." COI"hou.nnI.,. b.t bil.i j In,' Bt.".. ,, t ilIlt A.j? ) '
; ; : roast .<>, parent TrckChais 380 / \ issued of Jacksonville, NOTICE.: OP 8TOCKIIOM> MEETING alma, "l'CrII' "hJ"1 tho rur I Ot ( CI
.' meat from time to'time and i last year, of which this ) ;I .?\ ing to a statement by Bessie Terry, Notice,, I In,, hereby, given, that (the irular> an 11,11, ""I th. Y..r of .,..Id, ,/lea,. ''a.. IOv.U"h. ; ;,' 1 1'l'eI' Colafl,011
until meats t Motor Company, deliveries the week-end with her parents, ,. KrHil- 128. '(he,,, wlgJ". all Itdiy l :
'. :;:; : browned., Cook 000 reflects the es- Mrs. C. P. Sasser and (daughter, > ).ld, apent ( Dual m..Un.. of the .wekt.old.. of the ., rl"ht. .. .. botI, ,, ,., ,, ,
it is nicely S I I \ rod, Bunk,, wil ,Ihft held. In Ita nanklnif Ccii all hI.lItrr. 'v. 4 111101 ,,
'' and Insist.T not beted, f :1p .th* n the value of the > < .. Coun ,, .,. Jan.. w. //a/m.n/ ,, ,, J. M. III. ;: n.elIjr
: Say Bayer is done (it should of Valdosta, Ga., are guests of Mrs. ". *4., ..' room Stark Florida on. 1'u.da, CMI t H,5g, .,, Coun'"lOWNfEF. ,, :; ; S
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.. I :' ''without cooking .MjjJentirely\ i reported today by Sasser's' parents, Mr.-. and Mrs.. P. B. 530 ,.r.'J.' ''h' I A. IU23, nt 7:3O 1 : p. m.. U> vli'Ct' a, ho.d. ofdl.tr (;. W. r:Ce,. Cat. in'
;'; 1'' (center' ) I for UH year end trannaet a,,, AipEa1 of 1barrt.j, ,
ff,, 'rJ, Slice and pack !lnfc TisJto.,t | of crop estimates Hunt.. Coupe '? 3 S JJ .u,1, ., bu.in.n"uln.Ma aa.may eom,, before a, -.-.--.Cla.r5- .., I' ()Ck 4
,
-- 'nMtr.,0
), I : /1r\ t\1er. inch from, topWAddvth( ., > r.. view. Charles, Earl, Cecil and 'LMt J. wt,, airf, bItI.Nrnra( iv, ----------' Fm,1 IC.M4( *1922.WM4
:, within an S It ,,, h. ,
Me8lrs. I. RI'rCI. ,
: : / i.'wltfi ,. ,,
,T, v \ ( hler. Triaet.p PccCIl 5, .
; the ontingaflboiling \ not include pine- of Jacksonville l2-2a-at-1..1 alt 5.
from Cyril Manaire, t. it. ,.
gravy spent 010 ,,
Coy'
fl c00,1
.f-iOTllER! MOVE a of ,
:
water added soit, barely' and some otheron Christmas with their mother, Mrs. M. Sedan 595 ( fr. ORDER) FOR PUBLICATION it Stark. I"itlrl.ia. th of"br. ,zI4i-l ;S
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L J ; .;, '."' I'' em the meat. (Leave at leasb'a!''.quarj the fruit crop E. Manaire. I IAt ( Judicial In. (Circuit,, (Viurt, Bradford, Stat.t, of County.Klorliln, in. Fhbtl, It t --.1.'fl'liry, ( aanj, until Ibis 2 '''loak Or i ..,,,

1 between : : 1t4il4D's Clr"lt "'lmat,. 9Ubllly '" In'r.l.rn
of dol--
millions *
inch gavy to 41100 ,
; ,. space .0:8 ry.T. ClOflg tsne. .
4 j ./. tor of an '$$' : the All l Prices i Detroit J. (fiay.: I rt.. ...,.,._tit.. ro..j. _-._- ,... to b. "-I,.. rnJnlt, ,
,, and top of can). (, i nmif,
-
V Compl.ln.n. ,
1.000
.' "To completely sterlliae ?, cannel ''led.' ) BOWELS I \ rkmR5g0> ,, Himl, am() poet.poet.IwwtjyOoMi Comp51. f I _____
J J.iuuie. l.' Gay.Defendant. \
the I mail,
.. ;' JJ I. 1.000.
tip and process-in on both field and Mile Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. these low and ( font.lUflitl.itkH 91. S S
meats cap followaV*, }:'' 'I'''jfT: Five lowest of prices apDearinir b by affidavit, appended.' ..1 to the '/ ,- mad., WOO puet.rfceMM'liburir /
steam pressure as 1 of which were at P. P. Dekle had as guests Christmas : bill I filrU In the ahove-att. l that Jww!. anil Shirk 'eok' In,,
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6 '
tle-v with the refinement : ft:4 ci .W. to -
1-i'W -. 40 minutes'At. 230.( '' many new j 5- ( the ,defendant, therein named" larvttldpnt a ,, bm glx (ffvl rosl S' I CS
..1' "No.1. 1 cans, '.000. as compared day T. D. Proctor, 'Dewey Duke, Cecil Lee iay tel In long anil. deeeapej,
,
: | of } and! conceal clfami'ter, mat 5' I ,
pAL of' the alatv //fv
ot steam pres1 t'loron. '' : .,
\ F. or 15 pounds .t. The cit-- Ford cars bigger value today f r'fiv or, at the top, the : r..r1"w. it
<\ ... (trees 7", > H._ year. Drawdy and Mr. Adaline Blume. are a % California Jig Syrup" is h..1 to that, ,. her provena and t I. "the* cannot atfoof llnaril, eypre anil Lu II; 911'fltmunIJ,
ova rnerrn
: ,..!I It ,, y fully 15,000,000, and family of Ft. be .". upim> hlij llie right ,, ,
: ; sure. to 50',,'t C. A. Douglass than ever before. Now is twenty-one year [ It l I. therefore 0,1..1th.t i t raJret/ S/ 5,1, &
jarar'45 n
.-t: ,' Tnl! w you? two Uu> name "Dayr" nn '"No.2 2 cans, or pint 15'1 '''i the review, aa White, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. S\\ aald non-rraldent. .' defendant and la 1 FUTCH.' y B.. S. / :
: ,
; \ F. 1 ,. of AMTTIfEWJ
or Ld eom-
\ the
order a
.a : or on .tabl.t. you get, \ minutes at 250 degree.,/', .1 I "10,000, boxes l last t Duke, Sunday. the time to place your Child's Best Laxative plaint hereby',filed"""nl. In"saul to appear caoaeon. or befit,. Monday cr51.l ,ry, ChaIrmen/ I in. I. n, ''lam.

1. ITiiL t.. pklll' genuine Bayer proilct pre of steam pressure...,:,. n tnnted value set for delivery I I the 4th day of .'.br.. A. D. I I3.' I IJ.H./lt-/ |. I orI., ,.
I LLcka'' k f !by' over twenty.two: pounds: 55 ''to 60 was Mr. and Mra. Roland Thomas were reasonably prompt I I the alleitatlnna of saul bill will be fml ,JVOTfCK,, TO(, .04 ,. .m
bIg
ra ; rib..l I. .1hYilRf.. ..l hv_ n\iion\ fOI "No.3 3 cans, or (quaT:' ja1* suet $$22.375,000K guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. M.. Terms o\.r.. eonfeae'. by, eaid .d.r.nd.nt.I will lie roci.lvnl HlllHKHH,. ,- :r"" der.fl,7,
if desired. h bilioua kn .
::L S ye.rO' !" I" -- -- .. 11 Eve* if cross, feverish, cone4.d Million vf f mothers keep "CaliforniaFig la farther ordered. that' Ih,, order he by the flouraf ,_
250 /
Jtetviaehe minutes at aeS--( >K 'itrua crops the day. of cold, children love .. ,four consesutivaweek / / lhj
Coldi ; :\\ Mott Christmas or full tiyriip" liunily. They know a ti'u-' once a week for

( 1i q eRre S ., Toothache Lumbago, pounds of steam prela"time;': ot processing I\ reduction was Mr. and Mrs J. D. Goodman, of I I' ..rity., taste of ""California "Figlit" spoOnful' today' kavi\:..>. .sick child" to 'in. the Bradford, .county Mid,d Telegraph county* an.<'P j jnewapaner *"* ? ": 2

S Rheumati. meat is fat, A teaifMX* > >nful never fail morrow. Auk drui/Kint t tor pubU.b. ,
/
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case "'a* J.w. Andrews Dealer f. ( t ) genuina"California
Eargchi "In mini: alight in- Mrs. Millie Touch : l your h
'1 ri3- t"%"., Neuralgia l'oin' rain must prolonged 10 ''" ,ini -ry.. Lake Butler, and a the liver and, 1".pl... In a "Kig' Hyrup"' which hint., 'nir c-- itkte.Thla D..mb.2 28., t 1022 00're ,, l ':r rhi Pe_
.b marked In-
M." D.
; ., : tone guests of Mr. and for yourself howluufthly tion for balnc, ; O. W. ALDK.1MAN. "
.' tf, ..Ataplrln"only. i .:H\. \ n yj were Mr. Fordson Ford and -a I you can nee and eliilUrca or .1 age \ l'hI.SD hi, "i''. S
1 $ -S Mcopt ""n.y.r. Tab.\package contin.. utes." -t--r ; ibo't'' i in other crops, I I. illume Sunday. Tracor 'I it .work* all the souring: printed.' 'on 'liottlo. Mo'1' i t \CH niurtar t (IS..I) By Clerk C. A. Circuit KNI'< 'our I Ippe. (for Cold, }Fever "!> f. .5
Erich bile out of the atotnacbbo "California" I. It'g l/i/ and// f*real
ho the I and nasty or j< i may y get an Deputy' < moxt ) 0.
: } J. O. Green and family were
C anlly ort D. :
T djratiOflC.' Druggiat QuAtattoneJ WiTo I and you have a well, play- imitation fi ., ''f 'know) SPeedy rem-
While | ; : fg A. / ADKINS.
; 11b prop COlt few 'cpnt. Worth- t teed k't'in!' standpoint the week-end guests of their daughter, "uld...1.. nll : fur % U-21.GtI.? preventing Pneumonia ,
E twelve tlMuI ttott.i). of 2$ and 100. be' 'Is nobl"trat to I late k II 4 : Ig&lu Solicitor Cmpl.'nat B sf_ ,20UNS. zjs4Owr; .
/ \ oPJ all I"\\ trade mark of Beyr)4anUta'thtT io U ,nobl I peanuts, rice Mrs. LJnnie Parrish.Mr. I *""".' *, Vp517naJi.
good _. -
P \ tttt A.ptrtfl t Il">A 1omoacetioactde6tr, of .thers b TwI. '.' ;$*''ibacco' are short and Mrs. A. 1 Green, Mr. and J ?- 1 CorniI5I 12.J4.44 '

:: \ .pltInL )__.iucyUoa4)td.t ) o S'r tee. -'. -" .,,1 I 'ton, Irish pota- Mrs..E Lewis, Mr.. and Mr. O. A. -._......__ --5-- -t S

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I B1UFOED) COUNTY TELBGRAPlf. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMliEK 29). ,,., ,
I !AGFEIGIIT': SS ...
-- 0II. _- THE BOOKSTALL EASY- TRACE
'I "- JO EVOLUTlOi!i i

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II. 1. ::: .__..... 't "ft I> :,-i and restful windingstreet.nook Probably That of the Horse |II b,

\ "lI from the endlong. beat Most Perfect of Which Thei-t

i FI 1. _.. noisy )heart of Trade; Is Evidence.
The never a spot more cool
County News Item? Oi"0t, midsummer day -
brink of There Is on reevrd no
By a forest pool. more 'prr, ..,
: Of bank of a example. of evolution .
:;- crystal brook I than tli, i I"'r,,'

JI 'in'1'1] the maples'book(itall breeiy old hade and gray.Belie /'nAr'( GPAHA1' ONNR tTtider the able direction: Or p"''''
Our ,
Week bj o- Henry Fnlrlleld
l.J Interesting Tacts Gathered During the : SUN NIWM1* v" Onborn the 'I"I\, ti

Regular Correspondent precious gems of thought gulshed president of .the .\11''rl'I' ,
I n Tl-vere quarried, lone ago ROBBIE RACCOON"I THE CIRCUS RHINOCEROS Museum of Natural history, tin.. Kfl2:
,
i 1& -- Bon vellum bound and wrought
est collection
'1tteim[ fossil! horses i 111,, 1\\\
.. .--- .:...1iI'IIo' ,.-:,..._, -- " \
t Lt ---"'- -- Hel.* dttys. Besides I have about $111<' Uncollected '*Aj>rchanre an KUevIr; sleeping aud renting," said Rubble should ask, und in case no one the museum. We have so cltMiuied I

UI Li 1.1ir: '. ;, \ :ST. MARK'S: CIII'IUI! messages handled on phone.T. ,feAl H..Parchment* countless folio"mos" of chaff Raccoon, and ItaJph Raccoon said: (dues, ask I will tell\ them anyway 1 record that the complete, evolution ?I<*\

"So have I." won't be bndly treated. I have a lotof the horse from the
sI tiny five-toed
,
-- that ,
J. GRIFFIN BU jave are cracked with col<* to, ,
;; "You ," said Hobble "when ppunk that \I IIY. I like to be pet ,
The noivkcs for the Sunday after ,Dickered and brown and rar.Iipf see we c-st-llviug, cretaceouj ancestor to Mal| :
S live up North and winters are cold It ted.', o* War, the most perfect \living '
C iristmas will be nt 11 1 n. in. and, LOFTON NEAR. I lion,,
day ))
( J. I,. KH.I.KI all'i e and rlltnetfjie
k Is too much for us, to be out all the "Indeed I love ti> he petted. Nowthere Is there for all to trace, write, n
5 I ( mona N'ha! of the brain ,,
7x0! TUKSIIAYVife ) :
p. in. \WTIIOKNE LAST time. Down In southern who don't thloka Chapman
S S Lad! lords or prose and rhyme, more climatesthe I are many people Andrews In Asia Mum! lb',, t
S.. S We are still in the Christmas sear .. g> tfter the long taut sleep. raccoons' never bother to sleep and< rhinoceros has any affection but The horse, we know origin"i",>p| 'j t

r 0 nun and it will continue till Jan. '/th. \ Confc-Hses, to. Killing Ater OlhCvrt I'H' .>'* to the kings of earth I I rest but keep. busy all winter long I they don't know me. I l l(1ve pettlnp. Wyoming und adjacent< part ,ur,f Ill;( ,
.
Aie1r names
which in early England was called ''I thi"oiich have passed away, rushing here and there and every- and anyone can di,> anything with me West. At first he was u shy. rwirnj
1'reHned
InquiriesGainesville ; i JRul ( death and birth; 1
Twelfth Night. We want the ,sprit thrones of their domain where. If they're kind to me. creature, no larger than u terrier. u\.1,,

g1 of Christinas to continuo as long ns :! whore the shades are deep, "How I do love to be about though "I won't stand bud treatment as I five toes on feet adapted( to tin,.. s,,'. ;

: S possible }because it is the spirIt! of Dec.) :127..! --:5. L. Loftonj_' ""1.8 j old -clInton and gray: Scollarfl.PL' now that It Is getting a bit warm sold before. And my keeper says he springy ground of the forestiu\ ,II p,

ii ; S the Kingdom\ of God. There arc parents residing three miles south of Ilaw4 .. er. I have been having a nice walk ndmlrex lime lie ndmlres a creature wooded area' began to decrensi. in,, ""f I

S : who fear that the 1 idea of Snnta thorne, was instantly killed at hij WON PROMISED BRIDE along". the brooks and nvers nearby. who \\on't be treated] badly but who tent, the horse. perforce cluiu.i, > Ii,,,'!
,
J ; theirchildren home Tuesday afternoon by three pil'i| I found some goodies inside shells will do things If treated, well. IH habits, becoinlng. moreand, i\'ur"' ,,[
the faith of
will wreck
S f J -' Claus tot shots; two bullets lodging in his "' W too I I hail. a regular feast and so did says that ought: to show people thnt plalns-lUIuK,: nnliunl depemli,I, : I
I. once the time arrives when -nan's Lowe Proved Equal tejyivhat speed to protect him from '
of In the
head and one in the region of th.. some my relatives. kindness N the grcntoot< thing i I. ,,
S the illusion is discovered.{ If parents j | Severe Teat to Which "Good" sold Ralph Raccoon "I world Since his five-toed Teet wenni"i .1 .

1 always as wise as Mr. Church, heart. Considerable speculation sur* $ Father-ln-Law Put It. have been tilt too this ed for swift running on hurl! ,
A were feasting t "Of course I otn uirly. I am not a t t..t I' '
S who wrote some years ago tht famous rounds the crime and Mrs. Lofton Wuti :J'J -- ;year." thins,: of lipnuty, but. after nil wecan't the middle toe gradually devi'!, ;I'' d'i ,

J editorial in the New York Sun, brought to this city last night, being- < ., fit Slghtcertllin Sussex "They say that we're very curious nil he object! of beauty. AndI hoof and the sldn ,digits UK n\';"
held l by !Sheriff Ramsey pending :))1 : eems to tand rather strango"d except for the so-called "spln! > I Io" -,,.
t t, "Is'Therc, a Santa Claus ?" in answer thtijduttonie amid and hiqulslthe! \ and I believe It Is time something; I" he very proud
"some plowed fields. '
'S : .
of the investigation coin true. I never Nee nnythlng, ," continued of-very proud of Indeed.l In horses as we Know them I i. I S ,
;
to iletter of inquiry from little Virginia pretty 1 legend, of true love ,
% ip .
f # mericc'd( last night hj' the coroner's Robbie I "(lint I don't want to know( "Ho tell us \\lnil t limit. 'iii," "said' the causes that forced the evolun. 'n, "r u. ,
L 1, O'JIanlon! nil such danger e',:> was once situated/ a cornerdutiful I horse are In certain .
"
what It Is."Especially. rcKpevi-'
jury. Ii I Spotted( Ifyenn. from Africa, who was
'it t I would J be With ) park. writes a corresponIany -
< mitigated. a mysticalinsight to those thnt we ii-e" offeclivo! ,
I like to know about tile III
The facts as brought out in the testimony *! looUiiig rather ii-iumeil: because of
.S 1 years ago a squire oft
5 ,. he sketched, with exquisite things which shine brightly. Some of had been man evolution
I talk I the Ithlnnct-rns; :; clvlng.
taken showed that Mr.
( Lofton ;:::>1 wooed a nobleman's!! daughN ,
Many theories
1 : t'\ul'h. the ultimate reality of the father my family have been caught that way "[Ii) tell us," saul I ho Camels, ns thC''o'IIlIt concerning/ tltlon
55 found dead in tho house with N refused
wan his consent
f; c things which we cnn not see or touch. aOICfl : But I am very cnieful. nenrliv., l'Il wllInn.1! mo\ln3, ; their of man lime been 1111'I\ I .,
S knife beside his Mrs. Lof- I !II i iBrrlage. After' a long time ,.,
) body. eminent scientists. That I
prul
t We can tell our children at he "How I do .n.lnutlngl" mouths from side ta side."Do I | "
proper r by the would-be '
ton testified that sho had left t' m ; bridegroom'sr'flttIC ; the late E'rof. Joseph' Darren ,,f \ ,
"So do I, paid
"Let's talk
time. of the spirit of kindness, nndliiiHelfishneas Ralph. tell mis." MId the Indian Tlgrens -
j e 'I house (t.P( tro to a nearby building :for $, and never dreaming that about food for a blf." ... __ Ou.._ .__,._ ..u._ 1 university baa much to give It -U"I'" >' ..
r that is abroad at Christmas Jf.joiin.| ::, man uuuld sacrifice one of n neauiirui I I < ,reiiiure Willi w" ( Professor' liarrell believed i '

;'@ S time; a spirit that love little!< I some bhiichs just before the /shots JI! tL,,IP*' beauties' of his extensive es- "All right-snld'Robbie.; "I couldn't In the next cage. | the forests decreased and i t'' ,
were heard. Three "iun were seen to rhl' lobleman' tat* about It so cheerfully were It not The HOIIM were n leep, their pans : "
1 ': children; a "spirit' that \is nvore real | t' nave consent on tho45ea1.I thropold apes could no ]onjll'1 i i
climb over the fence by :Mrs. Loft b; i Impossible condition that for the fact that I hate just eaten well placed over each oilier and they looked] \
-St I \ than any material Santa Claus; nnd, I southward! because of the grvui' i i""MIH
S according to her statement as ih'was < 'I", '[lilt pair should and so am not hungry.: a gentle ns they lept. They, were j j3r
,; t '_, that it is at one with the spirit of walk] overfyjtd "I like very I of the lllmolnyu mountains, tii. m-rj .
: :1 Christ. leaving the premises, and sboj: his to the church. Full ofj nn.Mhlng/ to eat. I enjoy : nming;: sweet liont' dreams of raw forced to adapt theniRcl\es t Ii I i I'- (

I after she heard three uhots. A\ ri i", delighted young squire at fresh-water clnmv Frogs and turtles I meat and were not' paying any 'attention upon the ground. Whether or n i, \

What a wonderful world we would I Lofton was enable to say whether t.h ,jj s a orders the stately trees and eggs, I like. Nuts'" and fruit to< the I tii I nocprms.( i did this from necessity or <,: >' .

4 S S ]have if the spirit of Chrislmaa-tide men were white or colored. On reading jdiuli; felled and the greensward end vegetables I ('1111 nlfio cut. "Well," saId the Rhinoceros, "111m'' seems almost sure tliut the n\' :. '".

'S would prevail throughout the year! the house she stated that she itztw! :: and, alien the'church stood "Oreen corn, I especially' like. 1 told that they have used my picture of man was a 'Vronna Ilpe"1'p \'.
sa will ,
.
even venture near farmhouses so
To be sure there Is muchof the commercial ''1: P vi belt of acres upon acres of an the posters they hAve around town.'if tare living. on nuts! and rn, s ,m!
S a man leaving the building by one as to get the corn that Is growln
spirit feasting, frivplity- i',hli Tied soil siiylv led to It the I when In danger, tunnluu to n,<. trot
windows and A nearby -
the the fence.
jump '
? : ,. much against which Lord uttered lip "' le wen by a plow. for safety. As he ,crmlunll.i I .> >ii tIIhettel"
) our "I
Lar she found that her husband w runTrent/ risks for green corn. of the
foreHt he
1 protest; but stm here would he inS "So do T," said Ralph. I had m
dead she sent at for and
once help : quire the means of prntectl'v, ; >10"i ,
"
1)ractice-morc than in meie sentimental "I do.. most of my marketing at
doctor was later summoned to tbsCI'nc' and of combating I he cncnik" "f f II.,
talk-the night, mild Roliblo."Yes .
message of love, '
\ ground This led to u cotnnini i I..
theh cart of childhood ,
.
S older lives. Think what the Gospel of 'I' : said Ralph.. "III f u t I like the' night. which to grip sticks nnd stun, ii., I"*

.Sh r Good Will.Xvould mean among/ the (distressed (C..III'c.IIH..M (Crime ,time better than fie' .daytime anyway.. used In defense, an erect posun.' ., ana '

.fr f S ,' people' of Europe<; in bad industrial Gainesville 1 Dec. 27.-Admitting though I the nm not wholly" a night creature font adopted to swift and iusi ". "
as owl Is.
5, I conditions, in homes that that she I''red' the shots that killed heJ running.! These bodily changes. \ill
"The cii tile Is true of tile, ,laid Rot
f F know not the deeper meaning of husband, J. L. Loftin, who was foun|; ble. / were of profound Importance ,mat,, I
have taken
S Christmas. The spread of the Christmas dead,, in their home near Hnwthor place very slowly-In ban
\VeII, to continue my talk on food' dreds of thousands. of jeurs 'HIP-
ft .t; : o spirit throughout the year is tho yesterday Mrs. Loftin is being he I he snld, "I.alway.. like to wash my physical adaptations carried wi'

: ) 1&i spread of the ideal of the family of in the county- lull here. ::1Il T0 ItEET THE fond 1 and have It nice nnn clean' An,1, them H mental le\clopnient .'err,
EMERGENCY
i Gorf.. I When the body;( of Loftin; was fouTN, nt Cuitomert What' the Idea, spondlngly rcmarkiible. Thus n wt

a i' : !
PWiE 1" wti'. J; TO THE I'UItLIC suited from bullets fired at eto bytht loaf? I 1 verged from the parent ape-stock.
: __
;%f range two of which lodged in:,, Mi I' Thi Bakery Man: Just for thla I "A Great Attraction." --
!
,
4 f ',,.:vJ ., There are no arrangements In effect head and, one in the region of'ihli:; I morning. My baker didn't put I Age of Discretion.
%1 ': enough yeast In this batch and it : Of course they have pictures of manyof People of mature years! n 'I i <>JI H
to handle telegrams the heart. An knife clutched it''!
was ( 1
over phone or open I limed ut heavy.
\ > .
II nt, but there are always a good people understand, but slmph( 'c'upi
S,1: send his right hand. ,
( messenger for them. I don'tmind t II In the pkture. out of the first flush of foolish .\mu(>
\f handling messages occasionally After spending last night In tbc'' Telepathic Saancee Forbidden. I many" I' do occasionally get their Inningto/:

_ I 9 t .I ),r on the phone but most people seem county jail Mrs. Loftin was closef;. !I' it there" lias recently been :ow, I have had my picture madeall be sure, they sometimes rend ''II h.<
don't that I
I
I by myself. mean
I to think it goes with the job and they questioned this morning by Sh wlrtiInterest'. In public clemon- i public prints about "an old hid) ,'
have made all
< my own picture by my.
_ I.F have swamped me in the past few Ramsey in the presence of two strut But1./ > .,Tects telepathy and hypnotism.and I self. Hut I menu that the picture fifty-lhe" which, though admitted(! !'
She had insisted that upon spectators I I evidently absurd, la nevertheless IIItUI'blng >
nellses. ;: In the poster H of me alone. No': '
mtxllini" i ere so bad that several liwhllu
to the morals. And once >
knew nothing of how or when') times 'I 1" I other jinlmal Is with me. )
got into tne courts. In one tliefe Is a manifestly crronuoiu, ;
crime was actually committed, stu I''''' ,pnotNr could not arouse "I'm alone In my noble glory." "
: ty head line about the death of an "le'
ing to her story that she had I a his nIelIl" from the trance ; In others I "Thnt sounds flnp." laid one of the wan who turns out to be u person

rENT-A-WORD three men ,climb over the fence as actual "i "IPS were attempted through :I I1.'A bears, "but It doesn't mean much." | Just In his prime ; sixty-two; suj

I was leaving the house! to go to I bvpiiini iluence: and many nervous. I i ....\.,( ...-,. "It means a lot," !saul the Rhinoceros i :Hut ns we started to say, observe

; i nearby building for some shucks ajl person tere seriously; deranged. I! "for It means that they think I'm 01''j the Kansas;: City 'Star, there U bRIm "

S that soon afterwards she heard It 'I|I- ,f these facts the board of Regular Fea.t." enough Importance In, have a postet In Ollead. Pictures of A. J Bulf'mr,

_ : health ;m. forbidden< all such demon- I given up entirely to me. Only my' no Sir Arthur ro Karl Balfour, an.
shots> and returning found ri I like to make It soft and
FOR SALE Poland upon squashy, i
S China" male hog itratlon-- Henceforth only physicians I l picture Is on these posters- >ne picture now* In circulation, showing him In is oj
? ... husband lyirg on the floor, dead w too. I have been brought up by; my
S S weight about 125 Ibs. Price $6.00. fflll he 'irensed. to use such methods, mother to do this." of meon each poster I active game of tennis at Cannes.! Tee tDis.
the knife his
in hand.
: E. D. Card. Its right mil then only for treating their pa- "There are other posters with lot as every one knows, Is a game for I
When Sheriff Ramsey insisted, (1I tEStS "I'oiumerclallzed; sensationalism "Just as I have been, saId! Ralph. of you animals on thorn, but there I U ;youngsters. No elderly person cU

I: 1. I FOR SALE.-.''Six cylinder Oakland footprints leading from the LoffM 1 I Is <'oniip.tnntMl! as a nuisance and Is "We're said to be verY- Intelligent.- -." only one poster' of the Rhinoceros, cover a court. This -gay young/ Org I'

'S Mj "tourln" car in good running order home to a nearby pqnd where 'a 'pi.; to De st"PP.d said Rabble. "and I do believe we're with his picture alone on the poster"I shown chasing a ball with a racket, I U '

S f tot was found of the same califct bright."I am something that attracts peopleto seventy-four.
cheap., See Freeman Register. It
r \ think It Is sensible of us to come
bS as tho bullets causing Lofton's deli Skillful; Mountain Climber. the circus. In other words I am s "The days of our age are thrci

S $50.00 CASH buys Ford touring car were without doubt made bylshrs"1 M 1. Smmie! Turner F. B. G. S., who back to the snrne hollow trees wherewe great attraction all by myself. And score years and ten ." hush: Tlut 1
make our dens and to do this until
.I arrived In England". recently, alone they speak of me ns the only rhinoceros was long ago./ We are doing lUnch
Mrs. Loftin : l
by the womflle.gsa
that like and worn ,
tt runs a new one is a we're gentleman and lady
planted, 'lir British ensign. on the grown-up of my kind In any circus. They better than they did In the time 01
I bargain. See Freeman Register. It I to waver In her story and finaK'! summit of Mount Cook, New Zealand. raccoons. speak of my fine horns and they know Moses. When we reach seventy"tare

said: &$& It took "We wait until we're really groWnup that Just showing the! picture of mt of discretion. Art ,
him 72 hours without sleep, only at years
; : PIGS FOR SALE-Eight nice shoals "Gentlemen I will tell the ot f fit too We don't consider we're
trutlf
i4 46 hours \vblch was actual climbing ', will bring people 10 the circus. Earl Eulfour.
1 .I,r about! twelve months old. Write or : if it kills me. lIe (Loftln)' ,. as I Bid J4 of ,it step cutting. The suowiafiii grown up when we're only a few "It Is a great honor. A very )treat

, : :t.1 call C. Letnch., Route A, Box 40-A.( coming at me with a knife and I; .110t i limbing' be has accomplished months old. We have to be a few honor. But I deserve It. Physical Chemistry

: 'pi I It.FOR. him. I ha. suffered worse/' -an I, (during his
,, ill: death a thousand times by MIJ.'t. It Is siitw-(]_ nt him for the Mount. up. very smart the way they walk on theli American centers of learning by Pf ;.

SALE-Georgia Runner seed treatment; by his cursings anbeatings. QiR I Everestsedition.! ; "Our dear mothers suy they like to hind flappers and balance balls and< F.V.. Aston of Cambridge niflrt, I

I peanuts 'at six cents per pound, My life has been madajjerablo ,i! bring np about four or six little rap- play Instruments which make musicThey notable contribution to the ,general .

S S cash. F. M. White & S i, Lake Park and if I have to suffer It1 lIb Tribute to Wilbur Wright. coons a year. They say "they cnn do can climb ladders aad balance knowledge of the remarkable advuniwiof 1

__ Ga. 12-22-4t For tti. purpose' of handling air-- this and train them well. poles on their nooes. That Is, each the moment In physical chemistry'
I for this it will be much better bl
1v: i ic Craft at 'Ph<, anti giving a greater "I suppose every one knows what we one can balance a pole on his none More and more it Is! coinIng If''

SEEDS-11)23:) catalog. If not already th.. life I have led." range II(, mt vision of those In command look like," raid Ralph, "with out I don't mean that any of them have taken for granted that the chemical ,

\ ''. ;' 11 on our list send name and address : The two children of the '" ,I'r tl| (. maneuvers of battleship bushy tails and our hind feet which more thnn one noie. elements are made nfl of IdentlonlU !

<. I for your py. This book will contain boy and a girl, were In I" ii ,, 'Qllndr'm J ( ',e United States navy; H I are flat on the ground like a bear's "Their keeper and master Is kInd the same stuff anti that they 'Illief

: valuable Information for both the time of the tragedy and ''It/Ii/ adding -" tl (flotilla| of ships a balloon Of course they aren't flat on tin to them aol, rewards tbem with only In their structural arranp-mend "

S '. : the give no direct information as. 'n "ml, 'iirpini,, carrier. The vessel Is I ground unless we are walking; on the goodies! to ent after .they have done More and more the passage from 801'
1: beginner and expert. Send That Is understood of another which so dun*
'f I shooting or what preceded it. : nnmwt! rbe!, to Wilbur Wright ground. their tricks. element to ,
It- ., 4k1 name promptly, Kllgore Seed Co.. from thuge .i>nus| the development of.. course." "The bears can walk on stilts and _fnnnriert______ _rlonoe_ when It was first\ nbnn II-

: i' I Plant City Fla. 12-l-5t, VISITING HERE 5ViI' .., rtx.elj go much of It. Itn- I "Of course," sold Robbie. ride bicycles nna skate on roller skates .ervetitnkingplace spontaneously
'A i'l''a' .,_. _ _ !Ptii"! "And I suppose every one know and do( many different tricks, though coming to be a matter of course ultimately un r,

\ i ; FOR SALE-Frost Proof VegetablePlants. I that our tracks look very much like I don't believe they like to do all those something which we may '
Miss Lenora of Ha control.'I'It'ntlflcmerlo''IIII'
1 Cady ( rd : the trucks of a small child. I suppose hope to !
E ; For immediate shipment Chang wrought by Peace. tricks and I don't blame them. I wish V
Conn. is the holiday
spending With they know thnt too.
Din
rowboats they wouldn't make the bears ride
t .. extra fine stocky ',} war the ;
\\ plants. Early her mother Mrs. Flora B. Cad 111s oorlcs. iinirpipg. and small\ catboats on "I don't Ininjrlne: they (do," said Rob those )great high bicycles. It Is toe More Work for Wlndmilli. '.,,.
:; Jersey, Charleston Flat Dutch ii. court in th ('on Ormi bie "as I've heard( of people who have will be giY t
-. S. Cady .,n reporter '< ''lit>, ,hay( ran largely to such dangerous and bears were never meant The old farm windmill
1 k cabbage Big Boston Iceberg let necticut Circuit Court. i names, II perdreadnanght III, In- said : to do such things. a new Job If the engineering ePn'

S s' tuce. Early beets Georgia Whitehead -, I ?Inclbl, .rr.( poiub. Rapid Fire and ''Some child has been walklni] "The sea-lions enjoy what they; have menu that are now beingmade at.W""

1L' -', Carolina Buncomb collards, ,Scout \ow me sees painted on the along here' and they; have pointed te to do and It Isn't hard, for them to do Iowa station prove to be .uCCI'SIItn:

c ( I'' White Plume celery. Prepaid mail Unhappy In Frlend.1 tern 'of Mmlinr craft: Peaceful Polly. the tracks of one of our family." their tricks, but I don't like all those Turning a dynamo to produce electnc
lieki
I 200 60c 400 $1., 1000 $2.00. Express : Many people expect too mo trim SaIl, LUnD sster: Sue and Margery "Well" said Ralph "It may have difficult tricks the bears have to do lights on the farm Is th5 Idea l !

I,' t 5r 2000 $2.50, 5000 $3.00. Parker their friends." They uiay the I'N yew\ York Evening". Post. been a child, but a raccoon child and "But, oh. the great Joy Is to be s tested by F. C. Fenton agrlciiltur electrw\

V ; Farms be and 1 not a little boy or a little girl. But rhinoceros, and to have nice : engineer, and E. a Kurtz,
c Atlanta Ga. 12-22-2t so thoroughly; !genuine: 1't -i -- t a keepeiand coUI'''''
'. L I ____ ___ that they expect all their friend to lit She Knew.Golden.Iiar54 what say you to another meal now* to have one's picture on a postei engineer, at the Iowa State orm-"
_ .' SALE the same and when" they 'G'fI Virginia Of three- FT* got my spring appetite." with not'another picture of any othei The test .Is being made with an .
: 80
S I FOR acre farm 40 acres little fnulf In their 1 Idols< they; "I Ih. nd'one.half veiirs, asked her mother "So have I," agreed Robbie. creature on the poster !S" nary windmill which turns a genernwr.and In bat'
under fence, 23 cleared 1 1-4 Is stored
toe the electricity j jterles
'
;t \ \ disappointment iu<>st acutely.; 0 not meaning of airplane. Not waiting to he
miles from Raiford good residence ( to Spell. until nse3. If It proves
or
liD Funny Way
Sc ,4 >ltcb. ;your standard too high, t ii loa answer' tIne said : "Mother. Terrible Jimmy. PO'1*"'
;4 Jbarns: smokehouse etc Pecan don't James went to a movie theater wit practical, engineers see the
S S S are less likely to have ;your Id llat. you Think It is called airplane Jimmy, somewhat of a braggart avalUb"
'; peach, young orange trees and lent!. Try to remember that| 'I'odt, pecan, *. It la Uij: In the air and plain to his Annt Florence.' was telling M* father and 1 mother, ot ties of muklnit cheap lights

1 1 grbpe vines. Good land for truck will never disappoint us U we J ,serv. t b\> a'I'II' He had been In school but a short his experience> while out camping.: on the" farm.

; 1 :. orchard. Will as'' to ,I time and was learning to spell. Ill
rules (1)
or take good car two "Dimple : ( Ollt "All at once I
LU'4'2 2 ,first or part of first payment; one I what they are ; (2) ,to expect | I ; While tie knew those well.\ There was a tRIo The beautiful motorist, *toPPef..i
tuiS < that.WlthoulTiluUjef". 0 a few days: ;
V5 S. rooster
M Just
third down balance to suit cleaning a '
S p ; you. the that contained "How did you know it wafs a rattlesnake ;
screen account
a C", nny reader she found shown upon the traffic cop on of
Price $1500. Apply to S. J. "" jjnnituna the word "worse." I JImmy; asked Ills father ikep turned her gaze full upon blDlo

j4ec, : j' ,, i S mark Mulberry Fla., or P. S. Den-l', Danger"turmounted. aot 'little Dirt''I'i! hail ,two( otherwise hearts.: One they was,were a t ,James said : "Oh. say Aunt Flor tlcally: trouble"Tour Mamp,,' aVe all right.' laId till

4r mark, Raiford, Fla. -! j. both> alike'SIII1\lh'r' \ together by a ttny cents 1 Isn't: tbat a funny way to spel': "I could bear Its teeth chatter* susceptible young omcer. "Drive eu>
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juied "
t "..-,' ; tube. 'bor ,' with a w' the minute he saw me. -Boston Transcript.
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