Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02206
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $2.00; SIx.Months. $1.00-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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Irks Railroad CommUnion to Require .la>'ksnii\'ilU>, U.,.". ;.1:1. Sensational

Improvements. to Depot G. Enjoys I I developments in the gubernatorial' '
: I "THE THREE WISE MEN" race were noticeably lilt'kindurlnlt/!, "
The city council of Starke met in tho past week, none of the rumors of .

regular! session December 4th, with I Fine Supper I Ii now candidates having! materialized, 'J'I

ill members present. After the rearing i II I into anything definite. s .

and approval of the minutes of I I The feeling,: that the field. is made Cup +

ho last meeting, they proceeded to I On last Wednesday evening:, the r ALLU4KINPA as it stands is growing among ',;-.

net( down to business in regard to the regular drill night for Co. G of the'151th HINT V I most of the men who are best Informed # ,

Carious new matters before them. infantry the members of the YBP, MOAA as to Florida; politics, whilo there '

At the last meeting an ordinance company had a 100 per cent /good THINK I STILL / AROUND .BOUT t GOTTA6OOV are many who look for at least two "'

prohibiting the cows from running at time. Under the able direction of 4"/ BELIEVE THERE' A LETTER SCHEME I IA additional withdrawals within a few "f

large on the streets of the city was Mess Sgt. Lacy R. Edwards, who by ) weeks! '

introduced and referred to the proper I thi way has had about 20 years experience I ." SANTA; CLAUS, TO 6AMTA AM1L.ET I ALLUS MAKE \ Up to this time* Jl'nningll.furLln: s- .

committee. A report was called for in the National Guard and I -' SO i JUST PAP 5EEn THREE COPIES OF and Catts are the only aspirants who ,f '

from the committee which report resulted who knows what sets good under the I 'e PLAV-OUMei/ MVWClTIM' LETTER AN'e7. have shown sufficient strength to

in a substitute ordinance pro- I soldiers' belt, an excellent chicken '; 'EM make their cunduiaciex at all serious.
for zones within the city limits and oyster was serve In ; _
viding supper 0 ,J !Haines and Spencer both have numerous -
from which cows should be kept, being true army style the boys lined up and I AROuMt y 4', .I I I friends: but aro not consideredas

proposed. After discussion the with their mess kits passed by the 1, : really in the running. Tramincll'itsupport

proposed substitute WAS rejected and kitchen and the justice they did to i : o.. V\ Is large an unknown quantity
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discussion reverted to the original or- the heap of good things that filled the 1 ;..'i .
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dinance. After discussion the making dishes speaks louder than words. ; :: H' :formidable
of minor amendments( the ordi- There were about fifty of the company .'\ .. -I
'J."i\! As was. naturally to bo exported,
nance was passed prohibiting cows present. After the "feed" the .
: in (consequence' df the formal announcement -
and other animals from roaming at regular drill practice was held, with ';'1"t i I
of his platform and the
large within tho city limits. The effective tl'e result that in the competitive drill A 1 9 adoption' of more active measures in
date was set as 90 days after first honors were won by Sgt. Ben J.
his campaign, Jennings has been
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approval by the mayor. i i S.arhnp. At the conclusion of the pel'IlInl'l'I .Y,
I more in tho public mind for the ,
evening a one-half mile race was held .
Crews authorized '
City Attorney was 'past two weeks than any of tho other ,'
to settle with the owner the balance sprinting with guns and under, full candidates. The fact that during k
equipment the race was won by Corp.
of funds on hand received for
I this period tho Jo nnings strength } ,
the.ale of two mules, which were Russell McIJao.\ luis shown greater increase' thnn that

told by the mar hal during tho monthof The members of the StarKe com- I of either of his chief opponents, does' ;
; He was also instructed to pany are showing splendid interestin I er
April i i nut, necessarily mean that it will con '"
I look into the matter of persons peddling the work of the company and arc I limit to grow with sullloient rapidity ,

;: oranges in the town and reportif to be highly commended for their interest 1 tn give! him tho nomination.

they were subject to license. The citizens, of Starke should i '
1 !Martin probably is I the l limiting can .4
i be proud of our Co. G. They have nn "
clulatci today us regaidi. Ii ret'rhoice
Railroad Commission envlablo reputation among the other '
Resolution to the 1 k
votus but this' not ocr nay definite as- 4
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companies state. Recently an ---- -
I urn that Im will win. Tho !Martin si ..
inspection was given the company by I
The council passed following
: campaign has been nclivuly under
resolution to tho railroad commission Capt. J. L. Callard Inf. (D. O. L.) v
way for a longer timu than ,any othrp -
asking them to require tho m-cos-ary and a most favorable report was sent nod it is rcimnnablc to consider. his

improvements to the depot in Starke: into headquarters we understand, ENGINEER SAKES REPORT ONe support more neatly uncovered than

The town council of the town of commending the work of the companyand is that of other candidates. It' ri1- ,
the 4th Copt J. L. Peek company com
Starke, in regular session on
I mains i to lie! seen whether Jackson
day of December A. D. 1923, passedthe mander. I vIII.,'" former mayor ran maintain tho ,, '

following resolution: | HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTIONTEN : apparent" load ho has nsminieil I by early -

Whereas the town of Sturke dur- LAKE BUTLER I o amioiinooniont and active cam ,

ing the past several years have bond- I'u Iltnlng.I .

"II for large( sums of money to in- One of our hog and hominy farm- _. -- I Calls admittedly IIIIM failed HO far

tall electric lights, waterworks, pavIng ers had been trying to get rich for At the meeting! of the bond trustees to nioasuru up to the) expectations' of e x
sewer and other improvements in years on an eighty acres without any DOLLARS thin week Engineer Neff made 'HONOR ROLL his ardent. friend us a vote getter In

said town and done many things for success. Last August ho told, the his regular report on the progress! I tliu
and his
pending campaign equally
the convenience necessity comfort eighty for ten dollars nn acre. Pay- FOR BEST ESSAYThe Unit js being mado on the various OF B. H. S. I pronounced I enemies have! been greatly ad

and sanitation of tho said town, and ment was not to be made till certain roods in the improved road Hyst4>m gratified by tho degree in which he

required its citizens to install such conditions had been complied with. that is covering Bradford. county. : has shown inability to marshal the

improvements; and These conditions were not satisfied wheels of progress are turningin While a great share of this report I"lr"tCrall" Dorothy White, Lou- forces that carried l him to victory Hyrnrx 4

Whereas Many complaints hnvo until Nov. 28th. The purchaser had Bradford county. Located In Bradford dealt with elftiiils, yet then are portions IHU Brown Louiu .and Louisa Brown, ago. Only the most sanguine!

been made to the members of this gone ahead, and stumped a portion of county is much of tho richest of it that will l ho of Interest to Marion Williams Edith Thornton (>f tho Catts supporters now contend

rown council, both as officers of said the land spending $200 thereon. Thenhe land in the state, land that is -ad ipted the citizens. of the county. Klmilu-lli: Hcillmgswcirth Cora Hollo that hill first choice voto will be at ;

,"own and as citizens, as to the size, planted this portion to bourn. As to practically every crop, lie it gen The work is progressing very nicely Strickland, MnhcThornton/ (ieorginHaynos largo as that/ of either Jennings or

'unsightly unsanitary, inadequacy and time of payment arrived he hud har- eral or special, that tit raised in the' and( on many of the roads. every possible Kd: Nell" Jr. !Miss Olive Ray Martin, though tho ex-governor still

'inaccomodating condition of the Sea- vested the beans and sold them. The South. Some of our very best and! force is being used to rush their tout'her..Second. asserts, ho is limply able to grab olf

'oard Air Line railway depot in the proceeds from the bean crop on a richest lands are effected adversely completion. Mr. Mft.ood haw increased Jrn.lu-H. It. Johns Jr., the nomination. r I

aid town; andWhereas. small portion of the place paid for during a rainy season. This bringsup his forces of both men and mules Sinclair Peek, Jr., Charles Henry Mc- ( '
Shrewd political observers who in
tho members of the street stumping, fertilizer and cultivation, tho question of some sort of a und has tho ITactor and grader working Millan Lois Ailkins, Kunicu: Cunovu

ommittee of the town council of tho and paid for the whole place, and the drainage system, the value of it, and in good I shape. His forces consist !Martha Bruwnlce, Lois Long, Marguerite yet hove no particular preference In I *{
the that the factors
town of Starke have mado investigation new owner had left therefrom in ad- tho need of it. There is no questionbut of construction gangs on roads Prcviitt, Paulino Miner, Dorothy rare argue /

of such complaints! and found dition to this $1,000 with which to what Bradford county has the No. 1 and 9, and also right-of-way RiUh Thelma Wulkinx. Minn are yet in tho mdeinlthntI sn
while tho leading held ti
them well founded and that the said start the next year's crop. All this soil and with a proper drainage sys- gangs" on roads No. 12, 13 and 4. He Ethel Oridin teacher. 'I era
byp Jennings and Martin with little
-tenet is in need of enlarging and can be verified by any ono who cares tem the whole county can be made Into is expecting his forces to be increased Third grado-Mary Brownlee, ('111111 chance of / material change In

modern improvements to be made for to investigate. Are there any opportunities the real garden spot of the state. with additional men and more Singley, Margart-t Brown, Lucilu Milwunls : any
thin respect if there lire no more candidates -
the comfort and convenience of the In Florida for the man of:t Under the supervision of H. I). mules on road No. !0 during the week. Sara Hope llaynoH, Hurry Edwards ; neither now has enough of I
travel or passengers for the trains of moderate moans? This would Indi-I Wiggins/ county superintendent of The fence gangs are keeping well in GruUiin Cooper. Miss Jessie" coirimllled strength to win. Those 0 0i .

said railroad. That the said depot is rate that plenty of them are left. I public schools a contest is now open. front of the construction work in thlltthc.y Thomas, teacher. i wi'll-lnformed. men point out the) fact C
in- The county commissioners jester- for tho best paper or essay on tho have thesetting i
poorly lighted no toilets or sewer I 0 practically completed Fourth grade. Ethel White Merrill that considerable portion of
shelled, no heat furnished for the ncimmoclation day fixed tho amount of bond to be subject of "Drainage for DrorJrord'c'ountyo" back of fences on all the lateral Florida
Williams, R. L. Thomas, Jou voters have not mudo 1 up their
A of
and comfort of passengers given by the newly elected bond trus- competent set judgeswill roads that lire not under contract.
Brown Kvelyn: Stump, Sarah Overutroet : as to whom they will finally support
while waiting for trains at theo tees. The bond trustees met and arranged bo selected to pass. on the various Tho convict gang on the stn Uo .(
Lester !l'rie Robinson, Paul Including, large numbers, of people
said conditions for their bonds. They will papers submitted and to the writer of road Is the dirt and It Is
-I depot and that making fly
DuboHo firace; Alvarez Etta: who interested In having F
Fay are sincerely
hI i' existed for a long time and that meet for permanent, organization on tho essay which In the opinion of the proliable that this force of men will I
Gill, Thelma Seals, i'hrynr to Stroup, the' best man nominated as well ascertain
first in at which judges is the bent, a prize of ten dol-
'h mid matters have been taken: up the Monday January bu increased in the very near future,
Ramona Watkins: \Miss\ Nellie Stearns: influential/ interest which
said railroad but time the county commissioners will lars will ha given. The amount of that the work forward with
w ''h officials of the so can go I .. but "ti
teacher. wish to "go with the crowd" are
n( result or relief obtained. : hand l over all road and bridge; funds, tho prize is now in the hands of Mr. still greater speed.

oerefore the following resolution 0 and all road building equipment and Wiggins!, having been donated by n'l} Hard Surfacing Slate Highway Fifth; grade Jamm Richard Wuin- waiting *
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nn< been presented and adopted by material belonging to the county as M. Inman, and will be awarded Im- I wright/ (;Ie'nnVood.. Miss Isabel merit

thi- 'hoard of town council of the townof I 0 provided in the bill approved at the mediately upon the decision of the All the information that wee required !Bullon teacher. i The! nt>

meeting on election last October. judges. by the state department/ previous Sixth grade Louise Hayes Tint- seemingly' ,;

'hi Starke at its regular The contest i is! open to every citizen to tho letting of bid; for the hard mIl Andreu lively: Strickland, !Pearl : up on y
above date. surt1dnlof the state highway has Manning Lois Collcy frill Brown 'lone that ,
the town councilof -man, woman or child of Brad ,
Be it Resolved, by NEW SETTLERA.
in session ford county. A'j i a suggestion the essay gone( forward to that deportment. Leila lieu Andrews Clara Louisa \\y '" .
the regular
town of Starke
D. should contain: Reasons, effects/ I Loot week we carried in the Telegraph Peek, June Dull,-", Merrill McMillan', I|'d.itos they
this 4th day of.December, A. M. Rollins of Boston M .a.... l Kns
l lids
tho information that !
xiatnt I. values of a drainage system, feasible ; Alphus Mead, Odin Hardee Thcodoro :[i of tho
"923. the conditions now C .
hat bought the holdings of G. W. Lewis,
plans of constru ,tlon, advantages obtained would be let in the very near futurefor Young. Miss Mildred Crosby, teachor. tine is the
smallness I
ag. to the inadequacy j Situated on both side's of the SeaboarJ this work and that tho work 1
!! ing
: by drains in relation to any
: e gen-
ughts water sewer, about two miles north of
track would bo under at ns early -
eral and spee-iul farming, live stock gotten way Seventh I'rllflu-FtlmL: Strickland, Inlluc-nco
tightly unsanitary and poor accommodations -: fctarke. This is fine farm of about
a :
date With thin Information -
bo raising, forestry, health etc. The con- It as possible. Ruth Sternberg. E.: Thorn..u.nt.teae'hpr. tin onn
or the like of the same, 80 acres with good buildings and the
In the hands of
I now ht
It Is'
test will close Saturday night before
on ;
ailed of the memo I
to the attention side.
road along its western
bens commissioners of I new state Christmas Dec. 22nd. All papers state road department wo are practically -' Eighth: gradu-Ruth Bower, Alien i long n
Of the railroad I The new owner is a man of means assured that It wil\ lonly bo a
th and that the said should bo handed or sent to Mr. Pattee, Clarence Andreu Carlyle pers will accident."V
state of Florida and and will improve his
be energy Wiggins in Starke. comparatively short time until we Bitch Mrs. Bessie McGruder, teacher I and the ti
board commissioners
of railroad I holdings. We welcome him and wish I
will the hard surface -
into these matters The Telegraph Is for anything and actually see j them will
requested to look
and Seaboard Air Line him success. everything for the benefit of Brad laid on the Bradford county link Ninth R'ra'-r.u""le. Mao Bennett I tin Is
of the
require I
Railroad Company to 10 inlarge repair ford county and will co-operate in of the main Jacksonville-Tampa high I Clay Norman. Mrs S. S. Howling,. and

build to the said clerk of this council shall serve a''' this: contest by printing in our columns way. The concrete oulvort gang handled teacher. In the !

depot, construct to meet the or growing needs of copy of this resolution with the boardof I the prize winning paper. Thisis by Mesnr Davis & Quigley, Twelfth grado--Blanche Alderman aggressive "

the and surrounding the railroad commissioners of the state a subject that every citizen of the which has been working/ on Starke- Iris Epperson Eunice Perkins Hugh the (; I

town people of Starke in and that the said 'of Florida and also a copy upon the 0 county can write upon and is a splen Lawtey section wil! (have their work Brownlee Jr., Isabel Fe anrlez. S. net and

railroad company be further required Seaboard Air Line railway company. I 0 did opportunity for !someone to win a practically completed and will itiyt Dowling Mrs. Ceo. C. White S'I' On the !

to install such lights, toilets and Passed in regular session this the prize of $10 for Christmas. It is also work on the Starke-IIampton section. Carolyn Fripp teachers. enlisted

beating devises as is necessary for 4th day of December A. D. 1923. I a question that is of vital Interest I I Following is a list of the various burg ti

the needs comfort and cci. iiwnce of C. F. HOOVER, I 'to every Bradford county person and i'roads now under contract and th. Iii the space of thirty minutes. Sat. Courier,

said and InL Chairman. I one that everybody has Ideas upon.r. ./I gang that are working on each: urday afternoon following the foot. ,
its depot
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passengers .- .. ,, ., .. hall ... D.6' "* t *">
.! -n" vi-r bridge !
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B. it further resolved That that I I'Q' Clerk. ._ |I'Wife-gin Ir1r (Continued on Page 8) automobiles crossed the St. Johns rl-j| ;jam or an -- -- f


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0 News of Florida In Short Paragraphs "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! Is a specially, I First Picture of Crown Prince Home Again
Tonic-LaxaMve for I labitim THE TAm'AIOH"lISG; : TRIBUNE 1
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Constipation. It relieves promptly! |,
1I should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 r Live State News to induce regular action. It Stimulate .milK I The Tampa Morning\ Tribune is the I
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r ticular attention to the Commercial ,
I 'k Told by Our Exchanges. J.I
Monday morning Mr. Marvin | Industrial! Agricultural Horticultural

.1 lammxmnmmmmmmmmmmrnllmlunmm. > tQ mmmmmmmmmmwI1lIII1lIUllmmDJlI> !] Harris was very seriously injured in | Political and Social Events; as they |
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a naccident at Sunnyoide, Clay coun- | occur in every town, city and hamlet''
The first shipment ">f the new crop Hundreds of IIilLsborough county '
i It of Florida. ; strawberries, consisting of people formed a continuous line at ty. His brother, Bill, was driving a'' in the state of Florida. 'I

4. ,r eighty quarts, arrived In New York the ofllce/ of county tax collector on cart heavily loaded with logs. Marvin | Send in yOUsubscription to The '' n
Harris from the Tribune or hand it to your 1 local< dealer
Wednesday of lust week and l sold at Friday in an effort to take advantageof jumped cart |
I tripped and fell in a stump hole, and i so that you can enjoy readingFloridn's
+ $2.CO per quart. tho /final day to !save 2 per.cent on I
the rolled his chest Greatest Newspaper. One ,
a wheel of cart on !
their stnt-c and county taxes. Clerks
{ hL t until the animals $8.00, six months $1.00, three
and rested there year >Ya' aI k4v
in rush looking y
were kept speed y
top I a v
A .shipment of 500,000() pounds offish drawing the cart could be unhitched months $2.00 and one month 75c I 4
information receiving taxes
tt in three days was made from up another 12-7-2 '
and hitched to the cart at angle -
and! issuing receipts. At times the I
Fort Pierce. The of mackerel
lino of taxpayers reached half across to pull the wheel from his body. ,
ha sstarted! and shipments will probably For a time it was thought he could I the Quinine Itt Dots Met I:'ect if inrrmiHft 1
the long corridor of the courthouse.
t average five thousand! pounds offish live short time.A of its tora'rsml, Irt-fr'vo' ofTo't .1\. ,I
only a TIURO, : OLJI/ :uil I i "
a day. by jnyonr vttmiut. rauwlfl n,'''''''IIK" '.. r i tiUntiiliLnil .. .
f Dr. T. S. Anderson returned home
new wrinkle in tracking rum run- .
g SUlltainingHev'ral fractures to the I to Live Oak Sunday: :rom Jacksonville ners has been tried by the chief of JI

f ,,0 skull Thursday night when the auto where they had been attending the Florida-Porto Rico district. lIe

( ': mobile he was driving skidded off the I the state fair. The doctor brought has reported to the commissioner his untbtttt5; .I !

road and turned turtle In a ditch,' experience in "spearing" for Inca
home 41 premiums received on his 30 }
a Frank Moody, 22, of Panama Park, mummies in South America has enabled J
r ,ii T died in St. Luke's hospital.! entries of Spotted Poland China hogs. him to uncover big caches of I Jy

$t I. lIe was in competition with the big liquor around Fernandina. The run-

tR ? In the space of thirty minute. Saturday breeders from other states whose ners hid their wares under the sand, I !-

It afternoon following the football herds of exhibition stock were con the vicinity of Fernandina being a k r

,I game at Southside park 1,200 tenders for all honors.In favorite with the runners' because of ? vjfMkt

automobiles crossed the St. Johns river I its adequate harbor, many navigable \

't j bridge without a single traffic tributaries and various hiding places. I 'fJ. '.

jam or an accident. Hillsborough/ county the acre Their wares were walled up by the """ '" ..
yt ,; age of strawberries in the Plant City smugglers with a bole left at the top Ve1cMA.MatthelrsnnF"r.u. rg

section has not been definitely deter- just large enough for a. man. This I Ii I 'ft + I c.eTC ,. t 1
One dead and four injured was the mined but it is believed to be slightly cairn was covered with sand and aboard i WTg warub .. MV J
automobile toll at Tampa Sunday. Mere Is the first and exdnalve picture of the German former .
i + under that of last year. In Polk the top that camouflaged Crown :
in the placed over I Prince at home again. With him Is his wife who stayed in German I !1j
Three of the still
injured are and Osceola counties the acreage remains the is done THE CONSPIRACYThere 'f
it. Sounding pits through; bra five years of exile In Holland. This picture was taken at ;
t i hospital. The police are searching about the same. Weather con- with a long iron rod. :was formed the greatest Orta. where they are now living Sa his castle there f 1.
t r for two drivers who were in the accidents ditions have not been as favorable as against the
j conspiracy resurrection! I
y r and who drove away without last year and plants generally are I
the of Jesus Christ the world has ever i
I aid the victims. Railway mail clerks serving on
attempting smaller in size with prospects of an known. They lirlbed the who
Charlotte Harbor division of the Atlantic I
average/ yield 25 per cent below that were at the torah and manufactured motored state farm
Belle Moore to J
y ( Saturday, J. C. Fletcher of Live of lust Coast Line rebelled Monday be- a ridiculous lie In order that they the bride's parents, and was attend-I ? the '
}' Oak, bought a carload of turkeys: at year cause the railway furnished them might create doubt concerning the I ed by a large circle of Sunday {

b Branford, at a cost of $2,073.05 and, with a rickety wooden mail car which resumption of Jesus. The resurrec. friends Rev. J. F. Conway, of Green C. M. Click of Jacksonville, am0 :I'

'" .hipped them to St. Petersburg, and W. It. Asher was found! guilty of I they considered unsafe. They refusedto thin therefore of Jeans the Christ conspirators woe a fact had and to I Cove Springs, performed the cere- Jack Coble of Daytona w re1'i ,- 'r

., !i will ship out two more carloads for first degree murder in connection work in the car with the consequence I explain the fact away, or In some mony. After congratulations and tors hem Saturday.Mr. /
the Christmas trade. with the death of his friend and fellow that railroad authorities sealed i manner destroy belief In Its supernaturalness. best wishes for the young couple refreshments and Mrs. F. D. Lang, :Mr. and 1 I:

I b taxicab: driver, H. I). Miles on the car and sent it through to Ft. conference .and Therefore, they held a of ice cream and cake :Mrs L. W. Winkinson, Miss Kutt .
In spite of the fact that this sen- the night/ of April 21, by a jury in :Myers where it was opened by the of deception which has \been a program carried were served and later in the after- Wilkinson William Lang Buddy Wilkinson .:-1 f

son's citrus fruit crop is about two circuit court nt Miami, after an hour I postmaster and the mail distributed. I down through the ages, and( the rationalistic noon Mr.[ and Mrs. Wilkinson left in and G. II. Barker attended the :

weeks latcr'thun last!' year's fruit in and! thirteen minutes deliberation. No After un exchange of telegrams between unresencriitrd/ forces of their car for a honey moon trip.E. Wilkinson-Bell wedding at Yellow i

)' t I maturing, shipments from the state recommendation for mercy was made I the clerks and their superiorsin I I and today are are members still propagntjng of that' conspiracy.the lie, Wilkinson was a business visi- Water Sunday. i

up to November 21, were 2,187 carloads and! the verdict carries. a death sen Jacksonville, peace was patched up "The original program Involved. tor to Lawtey Saturday.E. E. Wilkinson visited relatives! it j

in excess of last season's movement I I tence. Asher received the verdict and the clerks resumed their work on bribery, the use of (power and. money. V. Gunn was transacting busi- Maxville Monday. f

; at this time.Aubrey calmly. Tuesday. ,I They rehearsed their story, memorized ness in Starke Monday. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss[ Ethel J

I I !; It and Instructed the people(, Mr. and !Mrs. J. D. Moore, Mr. and Ricks and G. H. Barker motored t ti
q bow to repeat It. That same policy
+ \ Lee Nickels will be hangedin Tom Parkin, deputy tax collectorof Medical assistance by wireless was Is being-. followed todnv.-. Mrs. W. A. Thomas and Miss Lillie Jacksonville Tuesday.

I I VoluMa! county on Friday. Dec.) }.I, Pinellus county, died! in a hospital sent to a ship on the high seas by the The original program of bribery J
Governor Hnrdee having issued the I conspiracy, ling and attack upon' I L ,.- j
at St. Petersburg Friday from thu Gulf Radio Service of Tampa Thurs-
the tomb of Jesus Christ Is .1
Sheriff Lee being- I.
death warrant, calling on effects of poison is was reported, after day morning, but the call for help curried l on today. nut only against
Morris of Volusia to execute Nickels having been found! earlier in the; came too late to save the steward of the tomb but Hgnlimt the Church I C't
!: on that date between the hours of 10 day on the grave of his wife. It was the steamship Chester Valley from 1:' and her ftiiidtiiiicntal' diietrlnps., Tin) '.4< dt'

I I a. m. and 2 p. m. v said that he made a will the days ago dying. The station picked up the call 'I I I purpose very' elect.,, of curse<< The'' article In to ''ilccehc' of I the the SEDANLjJJ

leaving his property to a woman ic- for medical advice about 9:30: the i I Church are being imed.. educational, .
The H. J. Jordan Tobacco Company siding in Ohio. Reports were Unit I he ship reporting that the steward was 1 institution ore being Invaded the
I has taken charge of the tobacco packing information I ,power of money Is liclng' employed
was engaged to be married and the apparently dead and giving some .
I and the trout ('evangelical fundamental
and has already I
house of Monticello -
belief that his fiancee's about the The
was expressed symptoms. doctrines. tire being' attacked II I
received a shipment of tobacco refusal to carry out the contract was local station immediately called up a l liy im.iiil.ern. of the most dmmmMv+ ,
to be stripped and packed. Not less I 1 conspiracy(, the world
I the cause of his act. physician and wirelessed his pre ever saw. The J
r than fifty hands will be employed during I scription. However, within a few 1!I empty battle tomb.Is being waged! around the

the season called back that the
( minutes the
ship There Is
Payment of $20,000 has been made no hlsfoilenl fact moro
man's pulse had stopped and the body I perfectly extnblinlied.. .
than the
by the Putnam Lumber Co. of Wisconsin
A new record for Florida real estate -I of Jesus
N turning cold. Christ and yet In-
was ;
transactions was set this weekIn to the family of Martin Ta- I famous perjuring rationalistic.

.. Orlando when a couple from PennSylvania bert, of Munich, N. D., who died in a regenerate preachers! and. teachws;; ;

landed in Orlando and in convict camp"conducted by the company Deputy Sheriff Garner captured two I are denying. the supernatural, bodily I,,
resurrection of Jesus 'c
) I just 110 minutes had, looked over the I in this state following a flogging escaped negro convicts at Arcadia on are members of this Infamous Christ. Tbey con. I

properties, compared value and opportunities \ given by Walter Higginbotham, Tuesday morning after an exciting I splra('". .. I II

e and had purchased and "whipping boss. This payment has experience with the two "bucks" who Real Christians should awake to I

paid for a 17-room apartment house been accepted by the Tabert family are known as dangerous characters. the fact, hp aroused to the crime
from L. W. Nelson. as settlement of its claims againstthe The two blacks escaped from soiltary I andn. .c o the coiKj.lrarors. and

lumber company doing away with confinement at the Bermon camp FULLYDETROIT
herding townsite, embracing about any necessity for court action. where they had been placed for in- 590 EQUIPPED

1, f ten block of government land in this surbordination. After the deputy had

$ er tate, situated north of Miami beach Sam Taylor 15, negro boy of Tam handcuffed the two negroes togetherone I I' CHXLDBCN'S FATAL DISEASES

and bordering on the Atlantic ocean pa who Friday emerged from the of them reached for the officer's Worm and parasites In the intestine The Lowest Priced'Sedan

will be open for public occupation on I i I county jail where he had been held gun. The same stunt was repeatedin of children undermine health and to '
i Feb. 12th. The townaite, named after for some! days at the direction of the the course of a walk for the deputy.s weaken their vitality that they are unable IN the Tudor Sedan a an open in every safer
to resist the disease so fatal to child life. new Ford body direction make for
f President Harding will be divided I juvenile court averred that automobile. In driving* to town
t << I county ,
The safe course is to (five A few doses of type is ottered American driving and greater motor-
into 13.1 lots appraised at from I he is justly entitled to the name of the deputy placed the negroes in the,i White'. Cream It destroysand
motorist .
$350 to $1,000 each, and offered fort J "Needle Eater" Probation officers car beside him and by using his right expels the worms without the alight- ing enjoyment.It

J sale at public auction. I Friday related a story of how the hand to guide the car he was enabledto nt injury to the health or activity of the It ia distinguished by a $590 this ia the lowest
child. Price 35o. Sold by
| young negro managed to get hold oft I II keep them covered with his revol- i All Drug Store. compact ybotdytapriced! Sedan ever placed
witte doors or-
Deputy Sheriff Coleman arrived at number of five cent packages of ver in his left.CLOCCED. opening on the American marketfront
t i ward and folding right
Bushnell with William\ Crammer and steel sewing needles while in the jail HIGHLANDHighland of broad appeal
t Beat. It ia! a car
white married men, un- and which according to fellow
Bill Geiger, prisoners value.
der charges respectively with embezzling and Sam himself he chewed up THROATSWhen Dec-:7"A.: A. Uersereau Large windows affording and compelling
wind is .but off and
and mortgaging stolen property and swallowed. The assistant jailor breathing your difficult you try to raise the of Skowhegan, Me., has purchasedthe 'J1ri. ear tan *.aklanuj lbr.ut tk. Ford Weekly fwnkaM Plan.Authorized .

a touring car of the Center hilt stated Friday night the prisoners had lungs by suddenly contracting the Bennett farm just west of here
of which Gram- complained of the and forcing air through the Dealers
r Maxwell Company disconcerting noises -
throat. ThU I I.* hard on your limn through G. M. Inman of Starke, He
q mer was manager. The men were matte'' by Sam as he ground up Jha end ;your throat and dilutes the blood has moved his family In and already ANDREWS A WAINWRIGHT I
arrested at Junction City, Kan., Cole- needles between his. molars. The jailer vessels. Clogged throats are easily and
I started improvements.The .
quickly opened, rained and the
man going disguised on the same said that when he asked Sam why throat Is soothed Phlegm healed by Leon- many friends through: this see i'
train with Grammer's wife. When ( he ate needles the young negro replied anli's Cough: Syrup (Crewotnl I). Itp"'Vl'nta
tion of Jack Wilkinson will be interested
straining burking and a
removed his because he like 'em. The !
iC 4 she alighted Coleman jailer valuable antiseptic: action. Beat remedy I to learn of his marriage Sun- R.S J.
disguise placed the men under arrest -I further stated that Sam did not appear for coughs colds, bronchitis, day afternoon to Miss Dumpie Bell, CARS r C J.J

and left for Bushnell by next any worse for his very choice. ,iii.rif-pe. ,sure ands pleunant.whooping At yeas of Yellow Water the wedding taking J \

i train. diet. druggUt. place at four o'clock at the home of

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-Just a XNewLabel r Prof and Mrs. W. O. Duval spent I !Mrs\ \V. A. Harrett, of Jacksonville J. K. Kddms of Uainesville, wn FOR 30' years(.iuild'a.physicians, Pepto-Man-. have
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Thanksgiving day and the remainder spent Sunday here with her ) transuding I business in town Tues because it contains a form
r of l thu week at Hampton with rela !Mrs.\ M. E. Edwards.Mrs. motllt'r'j day. of iron which is rouilily, absorbed,
tives. does not upset tho stomach or alTO j
the tooth and is a splendid tonia
forth. J z f Francis Wiggins, of Jacksonville Miss Eunice Dink in*, of Jacksonville I anti blood' onrlc-her. At your drug vt ,, .
.Good old flJJ II ;:-' Its J. II. Mooro and son, Robert, were was the guest last week of her is spending it few days here this gist's, in both liquid mid tablets. ,
Stcndby. r visitors to Jacksonville Sunday and mother Mrs. Louisa Trial T" "' 'nureolfthe I
Lowery.W. Free
week Tablets : 'i.f: :\:
Healing Oils with her parents, Mr.\ and !Mrs. uh.f>uiiiiinc.
Monday. Charles Dinkins. value. of fudr'a. IVptO'Mnntiiin.' ...rite tiKiny S
SontheINSTANTLY II. Edwards was transacting i I for wnvroua Trial 1'Hrkuirt of,Tabli't. Suntino v
mnney-lust mini HIII! niMreiiii to
k T\ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLcuil spent business in Starke Monday.Mr. M. J. llroitunlim'h Co., 03 Wurron St.. N. Y.
Thanksgiving in 'Jacksonville, the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were
i_ Mustang Liniment penetrates to guests of Mr. and Mrs. George White transacting business in Starke !Monday Gude'speptoMangan
,, 'a1Q t 'e bane! That' why pain is re- and :Mrs. J.V.. llurber. were II
l !li i ved quickly by rubbing in !Musta I '. |
called ,
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r : g, which thereby permeates the Mr. and Mrs. W. '.. Bryan visited Macrlenny Monday on account -
i.. a 4oh n vr' si/s :m and hastens healing. Unlike relatives in Starke Sunday I of the death of a relative. I h;::. J. Huberts and son, G'orV..,
othi liniments. is made, of Tonic
Mustang wore visitors: to Kturko! Sunday, and Blood EnricherPREVENTION "
I heah ?flf oils -- no alcohol, acids or I _
,+ ( eI? 6 pepp r used. Mustang never burns, Joe Grime, of Starke wan transacting Walter Ueyu, commission merchant ..y
n'x w1i paw w ty or si arts, not even when applied to businea sin town Tuesday. of New York WitS the guest lust week }\1IltlIlIOI'U! of Jacksonville i was
.. ,, .lr open \vnund-; Over 71 years success of Mr. the week-end of his
rpng ?I and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. guest ,parentMr. I-, ;t.
: stirs JI'I/. lan as brst forIAN! ,
guar <7
LIV) STOCK and POULTRY. inn and Mrs. J. II. CurroJine spent and Mrs.! J. II. Moore hitter than cure Tutt'n Pill taken In 'M'

'I 78o Rottln' ,dllu.tret.d.efuel.I..l! Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville. Mr. iiiul :Mrs L. A. Mnrr and children tuuo.oie not only remedy fur but. provant k'

Y .y- floe I attIM hold:3 ",n........much spent Sunday with relatives in'' Miss! Long, of Jacksonville! wax a SICK HEADACHE 'it"Mou'
s $&.OO Bottl hold A tlm much ... and ....
.. .,.. """ip.u"n tunJm) itiM>n ;.,t:,
iw. % Q a.e Mr and Mrs. J. W. Barber and children Sanderson. guest this week of her moceMrs.!

.+R fREE Virile; for hrmllifiil: BDUVPNlll: PEN- spent Thanksgiving day with George Anderson. i Tuft's Pills '
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f L.Mnt| /uehadpheeanhr( >mi'>Mitttrmttani > t ;
for unlnq' Muni, "*I inmi, I tfm-fitmllv relatives in Macclenny. Mrs. George \V. Roberts spent several !
Bilrnt( nu, and for litunturk ono ixiullry. lyon
Miit Co.,4i South Ciflh 1St...,'.Brooklyn. NY days of last week in Do Land Miss EVil V'utch returned to Jack- j'Ii'Iisonvill. -

Mr. May Ebersol, of Jacksonville, with her !parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. ... Monday after upending' a I :
grnndsan, M. L. Jr. mill Mrs.\ Ama la
visited relatives her Saturday and Tatum. few days hero with her < : .u
MUSTANG I Miller, cf Palatka. .
Sunday.Mr. I and Mrs. G. I L. KuUh.Tho part'ntsIr.,1, "". .
I Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, was
CXf Good Old S.ndbVsinc.131S"LINIMENT and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, of Starke I the guest Monday of her sister, Mrs. I local high school team went to There will be n special program of

motored to Lawtey Sunday after- George Anderson.Rev. Green Cove Springs Friday for a return -I songs and, service at the Christian

noon. game with the G. C. S. basketball church Saturday before the preaching/

E. W. Cramer, of Luke Butler, team. The score was 22 to 11 in I service, by tho Ladies Council xMr

SOLD BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES Miss Daisy Moore, of the Lawtey filled his regular appointment at tho favor of the Lawtey team. '

school faculty, spent Thanksgivingday Methodist church south Sunday. lie I' 1II\lI\II'R.! J. II. Saxon who havebean
-- with her at Theressa. Mrs Cramer. Jim Williams, about 80
rI'r--- parents was accompanied by negro years visiting friends and relatives at
of fell dead the street Wednesday
age, on
.. Pompano, returned l to their home in
% ------ --- -- John Roberts, of Jacksonville, was Rev. 1 Eaton, of Jacksonville, sup- morning. lIe had complainedof I this town recently.T. .

I To Cure a Cold ,n One hay Avoid Sc Relieve here several days of last week with plied the pulpit at the Baptist church not feeling well II few minutes before !

Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE(Tablets > relatives Sunday.. he died. I
and iiuailarha and work* off! . KH'StheCouHh M. his l .
B.W. GROVE'," .iduetureeneauh: : box. Sec< COLDS Hairnn imprived< hi.4
j property on !Main street by adding" a

iNFLUENZA garage, which he hat painted and put

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Riches are not an. evil w'itbln

i themselves. There Is 110 inherent BY TAKING -- / Y

wickedness In money It Is the lovo I Junior Endeavor ProgramThe Rev Jones preached at the 1 lIa()- Rev. Haugherty, of Stnrke, will beat ; s\ ;

of money that is tho root of all ITI1'S following program was -ren- I tist church Sunday morning, Kev. N. tho Christian. ihurvh next Saturday .

I kind of evil. When oIl' sets his LJNTERSM I dered by the Junior Endeavor last T. King preaching at H )p. m. night, Sunday morning and eve-

heart on money, lie then becomes a Friday evening at the Christian ning.
menace to himself and to the world. It f. a R.f/ab// /. Central InoloollnlTonic :1 church ...
: Junior It. Y. 1'. U. "Program
r When bo determines that his whole Song, Hock of Ages. The rendered There will be an oyster! rand chicken .
following wan -
e mind shall be absorbed! I program
In the
thought ft being rich then he becomes !G G I Subject, Help the Unfortunate by the Junior U. Y. 1', U. last :;un- supper served. at I till! city' hall t tonight -
How and ?
I Why beginning lit 5:110:: p. m. The
dishonest. When} he trusts In I duy evening: >
riches, then it becomes imposulblaJpr 'Scripture lesson Luke II.33. Jas. Song, America. proceeds will be used for tho benefit

i hliu to enter the gates of heaven. "Feeling : 1:27-Mrs.: W. II. Grimn.I I'ruY"I'-llerbert Durtlon.! of the Methodist! church. Kveryboily:
'r Jews Christ never condemned) Prayer-Mrs. J. II. I\kGrcdel'
I I Song 'Tis Our Own 1J. Y. P. U. invited.
' riches. He condemned the
riches. He condemned covetous- II I Fine !" Scripture Quotations 01 tho subject! Reading, Glad( That Jesuu Came- Grind Our Own Lenses ;
;t He condemned the misuse of I -Juniors
! nesa; I Mary IVarce. Mr. and. Mrs .1. Allen had us their NODELAYCainesdille.
I} riches. He denounced:, the dlihouwj; Help the sick Luke I') :It.'i-'M.:\ :) 1\I11"ic--llildll Durden.
\ map; the unfaithful steward the the Clients during Thanksgiving, their
\j I t "1 wt pile and thin, hardly Help sorrowing, Luke 10:1.9.help : Heading, I am Thankful-!Margti- I Florida. '
i, plan who exploited his own taTcnts I ,daughter, Mrs. M. I,, liawley and .
the Lust Thes. 41318.
able to go. says Mrs. BtMleBearden : ,
" to rob Uod. It Is Just ns true today rct Price.A
i ,' a* It was when CUrlijtitterpj, \ "IJ lufferwhen, of Central I S.stood C. "1 Because we have been helped John Story of u Praying Tree.-Herbert w.
is easier for a camel to thronglj would on 1:9.& !)
ftd : :
! 1. tIle eye of a needle\ than for a rlr Tit my feet bearing-down Durden. "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
to enter the kingdom of heav pain iD m/)/body.I af en.marg That means, it Is easier for part of my did not rest providing work, Matt.!\ 2017.: Jo over 35 yeara the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company.han f furninlietl. Florida
no a.Soijg
the Impossible' to take/ place than It well and didn' want. anything Sentence prayers led by Mrs. W. trowera with f ftrlili*..... The continued patronage of experienced growers IIi"..
tMy Eo of was bad and Brighten the Cur nor.Heading .
I is for a man who trusts in rlrhea, op felt miserable. A friend 01 H. Griffin and closed. by Mrs. J. II. proof of satisfactory ,...ulla,
| -La mar Price.
who-makes riches his kingdom, who
; mlHt told me of McGruder. COULD IIKTTY FKItTlM/.KIt UK MADE WE WOOD MAKE IT.
I makes( wealth his god to enter the Heading, A Happy ThanksgivingJohn ,
I ,.rklnKiloifl/ of heat' Jt. I Business period.Benediction I.utly Wheeler.A Writ For N.w fall Prle I.1.', Juan rued 'I' Ywq
'Christ really taught that Leaven by all. ,
Grateful Wish Clco Price.
wag a condition in which a Christina I, ___ E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jjckionville, Fla
might find himself, and in CARDUIi Dialogue Long Ago-Billy Wynn
J. which be might faithfully servo Hod I i: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mouser of Ala- and Virginia Pecples. '

I' and attain the highest' rank In Christian |I chua, were the guests of Mrs. 1I0us.I Special l\Iusic-llt'I'bert Uurdvn. I IIIIIVIV nnIImIInII IIIIllQII1f1III111flI milmm illmllllll IVIINVIVVVIVVVVV lmllllmpul pt r 1qa

character. Christ regarded! crX mother, Mrs. J. !M. Maxwell this Heading, Olden Times-Annie KuthPceples. i v { r Ihll@Ir"m. --wnsllgltl yJ
riches as a stewardship. A man'swealth I I ; : Pfv
The Woman's Tonic! I
must IJit administered not : week. j

tor his own ease and! pleasure, nor : and I then re.nembered my Dialogue I Our first Thanksgiving ,
tor any selfish end, but for the gloryof I : Lee Wrest, f
mother used to take it. After -Mary Wynn, Kathryn
.J Mrs. T'ranklyn Brown of Palutka,
Clod oP .
and the benefit humanity.In I
I better. I
the first bottle was and Ruth Williams. '

talent the la teachings to he us hero Satur Heading, Christ: in Cicthaumane This Valuable Book JMr .>

service. When Christ said, "Lay healthy color i 111m feeling fine. Ada Nimmo, leader. ; ,'
\o not np for yourselves treasures on Itook twelve bottles(of Cardui) Song, When Love Shines In. | 'pIII' '11 s
$; !Mrs II. B. Wcest !
Miss Free liji; ,
;, earth He put the emphasis on and haven't had bit of trouble >> FREE "ill r
"yourselves." Lay not tip for Dour since." and Miss Eva Williams;who are employed -

telves, but lay up 1111 an honest Industrious Thousands of other women in the school here, attendedthe 1'. E. Johns, of Starke, win a visitor This valuable,interest. I II, y'
steward treasures fir God have had similar experiences In i to
teachers association at Sturko on here Sunday. |
;, and. for God't rnunt.Itlohe the use of Cardul, which has compelling book will be y
cnn lip (rotten rlgTiteonnly."Vo brought relief where others I Friday, and l Kiiturday. I' Kent absolutely without t- ,a)
i .', I on*. sin ro'illv, r.., .I y If you suffer from; female !Mrs J. A. Thomas and children, fcHHiuna! visitor hero Tuesday.( 1 1L. 4 your part. e I
\; ments, take C;:rdul. It ,
Lorene and Herbert of Valdosta
t woman's medicine. It may are I It tell, in plain Ian. ..
j'JSt what you ne"d. ailI I'guests of Mrs. Thomas parents, r. (j. Johns visited his little daughter guage, how vegetable

At your druggist's or dea and Mrs. O. Haynes. Geraldine, who is attending public -
Wilds. Causa dirt!' dn 1 I school in Starke. j
profits Tells how to
!: femoveihr .
QUIMNETiblets @ Mr! II. F. Chesscr has returned
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of in
Thorn Is only one 9-"I": Oulnlre. -0 dispose goods
tw.G'tOVE'Salrnamr.nnbox.: 31k. home after a visit with her sister, Mrs. I. J. Priest was a business visitor a market that 'con (

_. .- :Mrs. Fennell, of Jacksonville.Mr. to Starke Friday. umes 8,415,200,000()) I ( t tlbs.
of food stuff. 1
i, Carr,, postmaster at Urooklyn, Hev. Burke, of Waldo, filled his appointment annually. Expl.im.
was a }business visitor here last !Mon at the Methodist church on selling meth
That iI i day. Sunday morning and evening. played by most of the large shippers Tells how some concerns in- 'k
Gift creased sales 2M( )"!{, or more Points. out how to receive the full l r

I market price for your vcgplable Explain how to get< your

I : money within twenty.four hours after sale. Tells how to ehmin.ite! ?

i rejected carl, etc
Will Last'j' iI

iI I @ More Dollars for Fruit Growers i,.,.

I in the title of thin Interesting book. It la a veritable s "a

. I encyclopedia on the subject of Bulling farm products.No / J .

A Weekly Letter From Home i ir iI matter whether you are a grower, a shipper, a ,

at receiver or a dealer, you will find this a* Instructive m

I I Gene J'TO been wearin', glasses, t- 00111mand 3SrM Z as a text book.
I a better view, of myself an' my mir- 17J 9> bo Our only reason for tending thin book without J 6

r: I For $2.00 you can send the Telegraph nuulln'a than my naked aye could do. Q ieftlyt '; charge Is because It also tells why public sale ,
They have broadened ray partpcctlf in arr.tl.f7ln' arrtt Is the best method of disposing of your goods

to Your Friends for 15 I months way' -till mjr neighbors pay attention 1 fi C tf / I
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to most anything I say (

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"Where are the carpetbag politicians -, oped to meet the teaching needs of their time as they can to religious G. B. and Gerald Adkins motored to I didn't Jntend to pay before "" .1
9 t Bradford County Telegraph who, fifty years ago, smoked I the church. It takes its real originIn I work. The services are different in Brooker Thursday I had it running in my head that yesterday I

?" asks editor. We don't the old Jewish which full that the talks given'by' these Chris- Misses Alphie Ina Minnie and "
'. :.-=-= _:_.._':"'::--=.:....=: and fumed an year, was was Sunday.
know. Probably still smoking and of special ceremonial observances In tian men deal with the Christian life Rosa Hodges spent Thanksgiving./ in "You must have a great deal of

Published weekly and. entered as fuming. I connection with a well-rounded plan I from the. practical viewpoint of the the Ziff section veneration 'for Thanksgiving Day ..

; second class matter, at the post of feast and fast days. Our Lord business man. You will want to hear Ray Goodge, of Lake City, motored then 1""No '

f) office at Starke, Florida. Now is the time for the tramping)'i Himself seems to have accepted them Mr. Noble Sunday morning.PRESBYTERIAN. here Sunday evening. it isn't exactly that; but you

I t f\ A <-=:---=0= -" -- fakers to Inveigle gullible businessmen j I without question, objecting only to Archie Brown visited friends in : see, I spent all of yesterday fishing"
in the life of the church the first day Brooker Thursday. .
\b'' rG. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner to invest in advertising that docs
not advertise., To have your ad on a of the week began to be recognized as Mr. and Mrs. David Parnell have NOTICE .

j map or a clock or a blotter is as ef- I the Christian Lord's Day because it You laugh at prohibition laws; the been in Palatka at the bedside of

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY fective as to nail it to a tree in the was the resurrection day, and Easter I' libertine laughs at the marriage laws their son, Horace, who passed away To Whom it May Concern
j : I ,
I wl'
woods. Better place it in the Telegraph as an annual feast must have been the anarchist laughs at the property Wednesday. not be responsible for

f where it will be read.A very early in use also, because toward I laws-watch out that your son does Mrs. J. P. Lindscy has as her guest any debtsaccounts <>
RATE of wife
1 SUBSCRIPTION the end of the second century ); not laugh at all lawstLet's! quit her mother, Mrs Porter, of New 'my Addie Hall.

!s V Per Year _____________________$:tOO LAYMAN'S VIEWS where they were carried to unnoccsBIIry I laughing at any l law!-Col. Dan Mor- York. A.IIALL.iIETIfoDIST .

-- .-.- extremes: as in the Sabbath Day gan Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Thomas, of

regulations.Three I The eighteenth amendment is the Brooker, motored here Sunday. \ )
Editor Telegraph: The Indianapolis
t W. rw great feast dIY constitutethe will of America and must be sustained

+ Star, one of the daily papers article published that- framework upon which the Chris by the government and public The proper spraying with lime sul- Sunday school at 10 a. m., E. K.
in that city, prints an !
I built- Christmas! Easter opinion else contempt for law will Perryman, superintendent.
i might be of interest to other than tian Year is phur would bring! the peach back into I
44 ,
'3. y It and Whitsunday, or Pentecost It undermine our very foundation. i I its own in Florida. In the absence of the pastor, 11.1,
of this
readers particular paper. seems!: quite certain that Easter was Warren G. Harding.Snuclay I I Fred B. Noble, president of the Hi'! '
appears that the /general manager of I
school at 10 Sunday Club of Jacksonville", w ,
I Iminllltt'r's the first season to be generally adopted a. m.
the Altoona Tribune read before the '
: for annual Christian observance : Preaching services at 11 and 7:30: Piles Cuiuu in o to 14 DrysDrujWlsMrcfnnrt : conduct services at 11:00: a. m.

I association results of of that his city a : From the beginning the resurrectionwas o'clock. to am. lit; .i, :,d.Bltuii:motley' 71cedtllttort I If PA20o1NTMI'NTfr.Ilnrudloal'dl; : Epworth League Sunday evening n'i iGJ3.
; puper giving Intcr- Christian Cordial invitation to the public.T. l.iitnntiv' leilpvj lichlnrt,' PiU-,, DJ.il you con iKulljU'etuafter : ; .
the annouJ'ement"if \
great ,
views with one hundred laymen runpecting 1./1'/ lu-t nuulicnUna Prlulkl
i. No. 4051 I Christ be not risen, then J. HEDGES, I Prayer meeting: Wednesday e\"''lIn*'
I what they desired to hear I
t J
t 'i'' lI: s i (Membership in National Highway from the pulpit when they ,jro toi I; hour preaching vain." Very early: Minister. INTERESTING RELIC 'at 7:30.::::

Association) church. The substance of tho answers there was a gravo difference of opin- I
t ion as to the exact date of its NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED E. D. Card has in his possession the WOMAN'S CLUB BAZAAR
is follows
a ( as : servance. Gradually the other ob-I UNDER SECTION 57} OF TUB assessment roll for Pittsfield, Otsego, '
" want tho plain unadulterated -
IN UNION IS HTRENttT "They without sons began to make their appearance CENEIVL( STATUTES county, N. Y., dated June 23, 1801. The annual bazaar of the Woman' .
preaching of the Gospel, )I
I ft' !J r I I the prevailing psychological or sen- until at last we find eight of them,, purchaser Ilrreliy notice of tnx It .Palo tlvcn I rcrtlOunlrfl thnt f tout I.,nmabctwlrnpoctivrly H. Hill I i Though over 122 years old, the hand Club will be held Friday, the 14th at

Places in Florida and elsewhere, besides certain special days to l'om.1 174. 108 find 212 fatnil liy the 'made paper has not yellowed much the club house, 3 p. m. Beaut-f; ,
sational effusions./ Several said "We ,tnx collector of Urailford county, Fkii-Mn. ,
which' have become noted KB shipping want that touch life as we memmorate particular events or in add. certihcale number 171 being cllltod. At-R. i and the beautiful writing, made with /gifts of all kinds at reasonable n-i 1
jt points where /good prices arc obtained remembrance of those great Christian : 2. luUH. and mill. certificate* numbered' lea : a quill pen and oak gall ink, is clear ces will) be displayed.!'
home. !
find it today, and that strike and 212 bring doled July 4. 19 1. him fl'od I
II for products, where transportation leaders whom we call "saints." enid ccrtlllcalttt in my ofTIco and has irmdanpnlicntlnn ,' and distinct, showing; that the old tax''' At 6 o'clock a delicious supper m
Several said: "We expect to hear sermons for tax deed to inaue In uccortluncowith .
in efficient and cheap and where many in which Christ figures as the Advent Sunday is the beginning; of law. i assessor was a very careful man. On !I chicken pilau, bread and butter, pickleg

other advantages are enjoyed by the of the Christian Year. It is always the j Snld I cortiflcntci rtwpoctivply cmhrat'pn, the, the roll appears the name of Jonathan -.' boiled ham and salad, coffee am;
I Redeemer, manifesting the love following lamb In Bradford county ] Inrliln I
trucker, arc places where cooperation Sunday nearest to St. Andrew's Day,, lUtHfHflCMl at thu date of the lim,,,tnce of etch Card, grandfather of our Mr.Card's cocoa, pie, ice cream and cake wit!,
} ar 1 and organization hold sway. The : God and inspiring to holy living. ci-rtillcaten In the names rcftpcctivuty. hetrinMfttr 1 1I :
Nov. JJOth be served cafeteria style.
There others who looked for which comes regularly on I fmrttoularly nt>t forth tOrlJflcnte I grandfather.
man who has a home market for what were The earliest record of Advent comes No. 174 embrace South Half I Taxes were not high those dayj..I Among the various attractions will
I sermons that would take them away of lot 12 In Woodlawn. hea. 14. Tp. 6 S. R. I
1 ho produces can get along on his own from the fourth century. It is a sea- 22 E.. 10 here,, aniimtiied Leonard A. Wilnon. One landholder was assessed only 601 be the ever poular "country store
from their worldly cares and worri- I CertinratB No. 103 embrace North Mnlf. I
hook, but Florida farmers and truckers them the cheer and son of personal preparation to welcome of Lot 12 In WooJlBwn. S,'.. 14. Tp. 5, S. K. cents on 1000 acres. One man, who ,: and a fish pond, the delight of III)!
almost invariably have to sell the ments and bring "coming" of Lord. Our 22 E, 5 carpe, RMfleaned Cllve Clemona.Certlnrnt had returned his personal children.
the our property
consolations of the Gospel. "Tha ; I .. No 212 embrace W. 5 A of
result of their labors at distant points Lord's birthday, Christmas, dates to I'North Half of North went quarter of Northwp as worth $10, had to shell out seven :I Everybody invited to come and
himself farm- shadow of the Cross, said one, \\ot .t Quarter See. 26, Tp. 6, S. H. 22 E.. Iacrnt
I Acting by the average all the the third century, though it was not aiuiesNed T. L. Guerry. cents in tax. A "non-resident" owning I bring their friends. A fine time IP
I I er is an a child in the hands of those still more potent new the I UnleNM said, certificate shall ba Ti'nVvmpd miss it.
,.' i ,, [ theologies about which some men celebrated everywhere on exactly according to law tax d..d will twice thereonon property worth $10, was not taken anticipated. Don't
who take charge of his produce after same day. Epiphany is as old as the the 7th day of January A. D. 1124.Witnefi >>: advantage of; he was let off witha

I t it leaves hill hands-he is all at sea j rave. entire 100 said: fourth century, meaning& the "mani- the 6th, day* my of otrlolal 1I..m..rt..A..alirnature D. and 1!>21.*t at till tax of two cents. As the American HOUSE BURNED
Nearly the men
and must rely the hoped for honel61Y G. w. ALDERM N.
: on festation" of Christ and being the trait of grumbling was well developed -
Clerk Circuit Court.
"We want a minister who will take a (8ea1)( )
r' \ of those who consider it their great missionary season. Lent as we By> C. A. KNIGHT even in those early days, it may About 5:30: p. m. Thanksgiving day
it and not turn
text and stick to 12-7-5-1-4 Deputy Clerk
business to take all sorts of advantapes. field." understand it is first definitely mentioned > be presumed that the down-trodden a tenant house on the land owned by

to roam in a ten-acre '
U a' I r, s tot '. ,,' .. I These were almost their exact word : in the early fourth century,, NEW RIVER taxpayer kicked vigorously .at ,what I I Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, a short
'.ii t I But if he belonga to an organization I 1 I though a period of fasting before C he considered outrageous taxation. distance outside of the southwest cor-
1,+1i 1 I' They were pretty weil'; 'agreed that I i.
I' he Is strong and knowing. What minister to "sugar- 'Easter had been a custom for more New River, Dee. 1,-S. V. Andrews, Mr. Card also has a number of pa ''I' ner of the Starke corporation, was
i they wanted no I
h I {! ,,1 l one man cannot do by himself, many less than a century before that. Easterwe of Brooker, motored here Sunday. pen dated from the War Between the found to be ablaze. The building was
I coat ein" and "make mean- )I
\} can do. The organization can set prices ingless. Some suggested that all have already mentioned. About Messrs Raymond! Brown and Geo. States, concerning/ his father', who:'I not occupied, so that no alarm was

a ,,1, { b procure better ad cheaper transportation questionable indulgences be denounced -'the middle of the fourth century we Parrish of Starke, attended the B. was the colonel of a New York regi- given before the whole structure was

I 4 .II and ascertain where' the in no uncertain voice. One said find the earliest records of Ascension Y. P. U. Sunday evening. ment, which are of much interest. in flames. It burned to the ground.

good markets are. By co-operative that "The preacher should acquaint tide, which of course is a particular Raiford Parnell and sister, Sadie, I Being situated close toy the public

I i : buying/ in carload lots, fertilizers, himself enough/ with his people to commemoration of our Saviour's as- of Jacksonville, are visiting friends! FORCE OF HABIT I road, it is thought that a cigar stub

'! seed, crates, feed, groceries can be know just what kind of message they cension, marking Ills final and com- and relatives here this week.B. I thrown away by some passing auto-

3 had much cheaper than when bought most need." Another wants him to plete triumph. Whitsuntide is a Christianized Johns, of Heilbronn, motored "Confound it all," said one Starke mobilist, had ignited the dead weeds

l u' i at retail. The organization will help without observance of the Jewish here Monday. man to another last Friday morning,I'around the house and caused the
Bible truth
& ..I i negotiate loans at the banks. Those fear or favor, and "hit squarely be- Pentecost or "Feast of Weeks," and I Messrs. M. P. and J. C.| Wiggins, "I went and paid a bill_just now that blaze.

tjf who read the Farmers Column in the is especially dedicated\ to the Holy .
tween the More than one
eyes. -
t r Telegraph, which includes the re- Spirit. Records of Whitsuntide appear ----
wants Christ to be the center of all
ports of the county agents, must have about the end of the second century ,

', noticed how organization, cooperation preaching.The man's conclusionsare Trinity Sunday as a special
is becoming more and more in newspaper feast day is the latest of all. It dates
4 e given in these words: "In the
t ) vogue, (and the great savings, both in long run, the strength of the minis- from somewhere around the tenth -, -
buying and selling, that it brings century, though a long period of instruction ,
try lies in the fresh, stirring sermon,
i About. in Christian living/ which : -
the one the minister has to sweat
i Bradford county farmers have HO occupies ,the Trinity season filled out .
blood to Such sermon creates -
t .\. far, to an unaccountable extent, been its own live title. The greatest the year long before. I i Are Yon
But single- There a time when the Puritans. Getting Money
\ reluctant to co-operatp. was
I need of the hour 1 is> personal religion.
\1( blessedness will no longer do. We That Is the remedy for all our ills. strenuously objected to the whole I Ii ']

two but for I i idea of the Christian Year. It is quite
have an organization or make hi,.
The preacher who wishes to i
lack of membership they true that the calendar had been bad
greatest/ contribution to: the religiouslife
I For Christmas This Year?
overloaded in the days immediately -
I have not been able to accomplishmuch. t ti of the community will focus\ his ly
the Reformation and
i Join the unions already organized efforts/ upon clean living and a Christ preceding

I or start new ones. Many farmers like profession and action on the part I that many customs of doubtful spir I
sold their homes and itual benefit had gathered about some
here have "
i of those within the church itself. 1l
thatn I of the observances. Instead of remedying -
gone to places for advantages
This, Mr. Editor, is so splendid,
If the situation, however, the
brings/ they n i "
and coming from a newspaper man
ling to throw their lot with total Puritans attempted to do away with
I of some prominence, I felt both you
I r ''I V strangers, why should they not do and the many readers of your paper I it altogether. They objected to mak- I Those Who Joined the Christmas

Ow. the same with people) they know? would. enjoy the layman's points of ing any difference in days and at the

Discard narrofvminijdnesii, dSstru view. same time clung fiercely to an inspired I

and prejudice, have faith in your fel- J. J. BULLEN. i Old Testament which was full oft Club Are !

low men, help them bear their burdens the very thing they so soundly con- I II

1\\ and they will help you in re- +-IMMMHIH. +++MH I IM--M demned. Fortunately that old antagonism I,

turn. In union in strength. which made it a crime, for In- ..- .

stance to observe Christmas Day, has I I
I but I Church Services I : been almost entirely outgrown, and I .
Bradford) county needs settlers,
of tho right kind. Those whocomo i more seasons and more are every receiving year these Christian sacred Our Christmas Club for 1924 opens December

here with small means! no energy and Ir..III.IIIIIIIIIIIIII.II. '

no knowledge of farming*, are not I IS1' recognition. : 10 Deposit a certain amount each week and have

S wanted. They produce nothing, their I
j! means are soon wasted and they go
and give this section a bad I at the end of the year :
away The service for the second :Sunday:; Public worship is not only based

name. The misguided real farmers in Advent will be at 7:30: p. m. upon divine command It also rests I I II

who sell their places to them, left The special thought for this Sun- upon our own human instinct. Worship I !
for Christmas
fields of flourishing Their successors Money
I crops. day is that of the Holy Scriptures, is the satisfaction of a deep-
leave fields full of weeds
and no this i is called Bible Sunday mud seated impulse of our nature. By no and I
tumble down buildings and fence. ', Money for Taxes Insurance
: full ..,
Is so recognized by the American Bl- other human act can we"do such .

ear, f We need men of energy, who will ble Society.No justice to Augustine' golden words: e. for Vacations
clear wlands who have the :5 Money
ne men
better explanation of the Chris- 0 Lord, thou madest us for thyself, .

stamina to stay until they reap the tian year could be found than the and our heart is restless until it repose w....,. Mdney Account '
+ to start a Saving
reward that hard and well directed ,
following article: a in thee.

": work is sure to bring. As a money- Human nature everywhere seems The hours of worship are 11:00., the Habit
Most all Learn
l ,':''j making country for the workers this :iof Saving
"s to be gifted with some sense of the m. and 7:30 p. m. At the morning .
tf county has no superior but as an asylum 071) ;
dramatic. All races and peoples have hour the pastor will present a' sermon {I
rt, .for the indigent it is a failure. developed their;'own '.ceremonial customs on The'Highway to Knowledge"In lithe\
each week and have it the'end
just because,, it ,was a natural the evening the sermon will be the Just a you at

I f, Out in Tacoma Thanksgiving day, way by which to express themselves. first in a series on "Three Things to dlJ"I

j 1 ,3 i .-unemployed laborer felt BO disgusted The savage war dance is of the same Avoid." The topic will be of interest; pfthe, year Without realizing where it came from.

jjj with life till he decided to end essence a* the modern American drama since it makes an appeal to us all. I

.- it and jumped into the bay to drown religious rites 9:45 i'l' .;ItS
q ,- just as heathen / Bible school meets at : .

t i H himself. But he had a wooden leg, are an expression of the same dra- white the Senior and Junior B. Y. p, ra/.

and it refused to sink, but stood up matic sense which prompts twentieth U. gather at 6:30: in the evening. S Start 'Now

out of the water like the float on a century Christians to forms of public -

fish line. A bridge tender saw it and worship.The SPECIAL SERVICEOn ...,,,'1 $

rescued the would-be suicide. But no Christian Year, then, ia a per- .

romance attended the event. No mil fectly natural phenomenon in our next Sunday, Fred B. Noble, of

lionaire's daughter was present to In- church life. For it brings back in Jacksonville, will have charge of the

duce her father to make the unhappy annual dramatic remembrance the morning service at the Methodist) BANK .OF STARKE I
r, '" man Ms} manager at 910,000 per. On- principal events in the life of our hurch. Everybody Is cordially Invited ,

ly.a hard-boiled bridge tender asking Lord 'and the' moet,,prominent features to attend. Mr. Noble is president -' I

i foul.questions.!!: But such is life; just of our Christian faith. As long of the Billy'' Sunday Club of II I .

Uone. blamed. thing after another as we observe the Christian Year, we Jacksonville' and a very splendid service i-- -- -. --- .- --
.. I r can't; depart fart from the essential is looked forward to. The Billy .1,

The best backbone is the one'that truths of Christianity. oj' Sunday Club is not a club of preachers e

a reaches all the way across, as well as As one might expect the Christian but is made up of business men

1 all the way up and down. iJ Year was a growth which was devrlJl of th. city who devote as much of .


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i- b' W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, was in Hand Painted1 .. -

I town Tuesday looking after business. 1

0 iiils oi Local @ Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent Monday in I IANn. IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1w

Information TUBE;' AND TOYS

Miss Hilda Struth spent Friday In lilULKiE !PHIZESHANI

Concerning Our People, Business ana Jacksonville. I ) TINTED XMAS: CARDS Electric Irons, Perculators Toasters, Hot

: o Progress in the County and Town. "0 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green, of Pla.es. Chritmas Tree Decorations

"I Jacksonville, are here visiting their 'i1
parents. :.MRS. ED U. =NEFK I :
II !Phone. 11.1IIAKDINT I

:Seed; rye at Kickliter's. | Lard cans at Kicklitcr's. Mrs. Grace Hildritch Watson, Mrs. 1 I Lveiything Electrical -

Robert L. Hutchinson and Mrs. Jesse : IIRU.LSSOG1.: ( .\
The best grade Liquid Smoke In Dolton Carter, of Lawtey, had. business Williams, of Jacksonville, were TION

ton n at Turner's Drug Store. : In StarU Monday. guests of Mrs. L. A. Davis Monday
Subscription Week Beginning December -
Meat Smoke at Kickliter's. I P. A. Crosby, Ute Brooker m-er- Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children !- Ninth I"l.

chant, was a business visitor to town Lois and A. Z. Jr., spent the I PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS ;

L, A. Brown, ono of Brooker's solid : Monday. day Thanksgiving In Gainesville with .Tho Hording.( Memorial Association I ,.p

bu ,mess", men, was a visitor to Starke I II -- ; ;; Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. i is incorporated 1 under! tho laws of -----. =,-' "
I \Ve represent Ocala Steam Laundry Ohio. The
Monday. incorpornlors are twenty-
J. F. Kickliter. Misses Frederikn! and Leah Struth BUNCH (mAI'.S--TI.co Blueberries ..
i six In number, and at tho present ..
Col. P. L. Gaskins prominent Jacksonville I I spent. Thanksgiving! ,: week end In time con,!titute the association. rENT-A-WnR and blackberries All varieties suitable ?
Thanksgiving'I R. S. Fernandez, of Tampa, spenta I; Plant City with their sister, Mrs. Sid! The 1\ "nciatiol1VIIS<> incorporatedfor 1 for home or commercial plant .
lawyer, spent portion of last week with his family I illlLm'' osl nurseries
Johnson. \ !> Vigorous, \)
the of
( \erecting memorial -
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.Mr. purpose
with ,' here. lJCOLUMNrL well rooted. plants insure good ear ale1
to Warren inm.iliel Harding' ,
i I Ii Mra. O. I,. Beasley's grandfather, twenty-ninth president! of the United 1 ly proiiu. For full Information and ::
\ and Mrs G. M.\ Sistrunk are I i Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Paul Mr. Drondnwny, who has been visiting I States. illu.itinled catalog No. 10, writs

visiting their son, C. ]II. Sistrunk, at Ernest, spent Saturday in Jackson- here, left Friday for his home in The 1 letters 1 of incorporation (rive Southern Adapted Nurseries, Bar- '*

EuMiK this week I ville. Albany, Gu. lie was accompanied, by authority to: WANTED> Rospunsihkninn, to work tow, Flo. 127tf.
for and. take of farm
wages euro -
Mrs. Beasley! as far as Jacksonville. (a) Erect anti,I maintain in perpetuity f
:20:: head of mUle and two mules. children +
Mrs. A. It. Schilko 1 .
Mrs. C.V.. Knight and son, of Raisins, dates, figs, citron, orange/; at :Marion, Ohio, a mausoleum One with small family desired! ":t
here visiting her aunt, peel, etc., for fruit cake at Kickliter's: Before Tires have returned homo after spending
Itronker, lire buying see Smith wherein to place the remains\ of tho Place 1 1.2 miles west of Lnwtoy.
MrsP.[ M. Barefoot for prices.Dr. : Into President larding and of Florence T. Wainwright, Lawtoy, Flu several months in Philadelphia with t( .,"
Syrup cans and barrels at J. F. her parents.Mr. .
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Kling. Harding, his widow, when' '
Kicklitcr's.; E. L. Biggs is attending the i
Misses Inez Abernathy and Gussie ; .
she shall have passed nwny; and hold ---- --- --- -
Seaboard Surgeons Convention in I I'I and, Mrs.\ O. W. Alderman, !III;. 1M
Mac Bennett were visitors to Brooker in perpetuity, l hy> deed, gift: or pur- LOST-White collio dog\ Reward, for I
afternoon. A slight shower last Thursday Havana, Cuba.Fuighum 'I sea Carolyn Fripp, Blanche Aldermanand
Sunday chase the necessary real estate on return by J. F. Kickliter. It
night broke the long drouth and ail :M.irgnrrt Long returned, Saturday
which said mausoleum and
to place \ \,
plants have taken a new start. '. and ninety days rustproofseed < after upending' several! days in
Mr. and Mrs R. T. Osteen, of on which to lay out road, ways, places FOR SALE-Guaranteed hemstitching ", !
out at Kicklitcr's.Dr. Tallahassee. ,
Brooker, spent Sunday here with Mr. and l parks for its proper improve and plcotinyr attachment. Fits:.
II. S. and
B. Wiggins S. Dowling
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. i I ment and beautincation. any sewing machine. $2.50: prepaidor <1
L. B. Simpson motored to Catnpville; I Frnzee, the specialist from '
I (b) Acquire tho home of the late sent C. O D. Literature
D. Boree has lately completed a Thursday afternoon. Lake City, will be In Starke December Warren Gamaliel hurtling on Mt. testimonials free. Pleating/:, cover- '

new bungalow on Wellcr street in I 7th and 8th. He is making his Vernon avenue, in the city of Marion, ed buttons, hemstitching, etc., to BIG BARGAIN
We want your eggs and chickens.J. headquarters at Dr. Park's office. Call
d Livingston, Truby & Co's. addition. Ohio, and such other property as is order. LaFleih Hemstitching, Co., I
F. Kickliter. and see him about your eyes. deemed 1 necessary for conversion intoa Dept. 2, Sedaliq, Mo. It* ,

Misses Free and Elaine Wynn, of shrine wherein nil personal effects, II I
You cannot grow pecans and mosson Dr. J. K. Fulks, dean of the collegeof LOST Between Ileilbronn Springs !
Hampton, spent Friday and Saturdaywith books, speeches, mementos and belongings
the same trees. Where moss has education in the University of
and state farm or about said farm,,
their aunt, Mrs. F. A. Scott. ,: of the late president of the
taken a hold, remove it. Florida, was here Saturday and lectured of
United States may be preserved in one pair eye .glasses In black Ha Ta r
to the teachers who are takinga case in which was a piece of rib- I
George C. White, state bank exam affectionate memory and understanding ,
'The w: C. T. U. will meet Tuesday
special training course. bon for cleaning glasses, with name '
iner, pent Thanksgiving day with his and to which all people may go tr
afternoon o'clock at the Methodist -
wife. 3:00: for and address of Dr. Dan Calvin
church.. Mrs. A. M. Darby entertained cir inspiration Anyone finding( / them return to N.
(c) Endow a Warren Can.iel
cles one and two of the Baptist Mis-
Mn. T. N. Limbaugh returned chair of diplomacy and functions ofgovernml'nt D. Wainwright, Starke\ Fin.
Rev. L. B. Simpson is' in Braden- sionary union on Monday afternoon, 1 M
home Saturday after spending six
in connection with some
town 'attending the annual conferenceof at her home on Thompson street. After WANTED-Man to share crop on
week. with relatives and friends in I
existing university.
the Methodist church.P. disposing of business a social half farm. Good place for a good man. I ItcI
Dunedin, Largo and Arcadia. (d) Hold property, real and per
hour and the hostess Write
was enjoyed, to A. F. Petterson, Starke,
sonal for the of
Miss May Peek returned to JaCk- E. Cai.ova and son, Paul E. Jr., served cocoa. and .fancy cakes. said, places purpose mentioned above.perpetuating or flee me at Manning's Store Saturday
returned Friday from a business tripto afternoon. It''
sonville Monday after spending several
Please note that it is the thought
Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Smith and
days with her brother, Col. C. L. children, of Aucilla, came Tuesday to and desire of those interested to erectat FARM WANTED-Wanted, to hear its

Peek. Dr. W. E. Middleton attended an visit Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. Mr. Marion, Ohio, a mausoleum-substantial from owner of farm or good unim I 11111 bra I 4a
Smith stable, t'mlurinjt-at tho lowest proved land( for sale, this vicinity.
went Bradentown
important meeting of the Shriners in I to Wednesday LM Y '.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of Hampton reasonable cost, and, on property t tIL
Jacksonville Wednesday evening.Mrs. to attend the annual conference Isley Realty Company, ]lox! JiT.I-fi.'J: : ,I
spent Monday here and were din- of the Methodist church, while Mrs. which will be selected by Mrs. Hard Newton, Illinois It. QII 1 #'
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I
ing as a fitting location. --
Scott. K. W. Harris and children, of Smith and children remained here for Heretofore it has been the custom FOR SALE-A real bargain.;;; New

Jacksonville, returned home Friday !a week's visit with friends. to keep the things made,\<< interestingand $75.00 cane mill for only $65.00; New $75 Cane Mill

Mrs. L. C. Ray returned Wednesday after a visit with her mother, Mrs. I important l by association with I $15 syrup kettle for $!>.CO. Sea i D.
The public is pleasantly anticipating -
after several Irene Wills. C. Jones, Starko, at once. It for few
afternoon spending a Christmas operetta given by the lives of the presidents, In tho days only
weeks in Jacksonville with her sisters
. Earl Middleton, of Live Oak, spent pupils of the I). II. S. under the direction I mausoleums to which their remains I FOR SALE-Pure bred Jersey cow,
the Misses Allbritton. I the Thanksgiving holidays with hia of Mrs. A. E. Wall, voice teacherfo were consigned.! This Is not considered :3 1-2 years old, 32 pound milk daily $55DeWitt

parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. rthe school. Mrs. Wall is assisted desirable: in the case: of President ) 1 1-2 pounds butter daily. A
has moved her board
Mrs. Motes
in training the children by Mrs. Geo. )Harding.,: I bargain: if taken at once. F. C. s 16
ing house to the 12-room residence C. White and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jonesas Since the family residence ut !Marion Hollingsworth, Phono 71, Starke, C. Jones

just completed by L. II. Partridge< on American fence wire. Bought in car piuno accompanist. The operetta Ohio, which was occupied for so Fla. ( *
the site of the old Commercial Hotel. lower ninny years l by the president, hns already Starke l1
load lots. let's us sell to you will be given! at the school auditoriumon
than we can buy in local lots. Hull's the evening,: of the 21st inst. The become a place of historic Interest s:
Last week at a meeting of the Flor- Store. proceeds of the entertainment will he where many visitors call dailyto Imcma1lIJmmmmWQJ\1WOwwmJmlDwmOIDlIInIJaft() ( ida Public Health Association, Mrs.F. II
given to the school. pny tribute to their fellow countryman
A. Scott was elected one of the directors With every purchase, except drugs: and to learn of the simplicity of

of the association for the com- and fountain, Turner' Drug Store, He fore buying Tired see Smith his life from his place of abode, the

ing year. you get a number and chance on the for prices. perpetuation of the old. home seems
big Christmas Doll. essential and most fitting. I SAFETY FIRST
Mr. and Mrs Lee Allen arrived in J In Ilillsborough county the acreage There h'lve been so many interest- I ,

Starke Sunday night. They wil' Mr. and :Mrs. F. S. Collins, Misses of strawberries in the Plant City I in); mementos and !souvenirs of various _.,
spend the winter in Starke, viih Mrs. Shea Fields, Jean Taylor and C. B. section has not been definitely deter kinds presented to President I -- '-- 6, .

Allen's sister, Mrs. Elmer Lazone, Hanks, of Jacksonville, were Thanksgiving mined but it is believed to be slightly Hllr.lin", and there are so many expressions I
and at other points In this state. Day guests at the home of Mr. I under that of last year. In Polk of love and appreciation,

and Mrs. G. A. Collins.B. and Osceola counties the acreage remains and so many honks and records of I
Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, who is about the same. Weather con- such importance accumulated by the' I Protect Your Valuables \

att -"dinr; school in DeLand, came M. Dowling visited points in ditions have not been as favorable as family, that it is thought prudent ui:

home Wednesday afternoon and spent South Florida some time ago and returned last year and plants generally are special fire proof building be erected

the Thanksgiving holidays with her home ill. He has been confined smaller in.size with prospects of an in which to place them. This structure I|I

parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown- to his room since then but is now average yield 25 per cent below that in connection with the residencewill Get of
lee. improving. of last year. become the hurtling Shrine and : one our safety deposit boxes and you can

will be kept in perpetuity as a placeof say: ,
The stores along Call street have Mrs. Eleanor Martin, of Redlands, Interest and Inspiration to all who I

had their show windows decoratedand left Tuesday after spending a week Auto tTopics visit It.The r

filled with holiday goods, artistically with her sister, Mrs. N. B. Hull. Mrs. week beginning December 9th "Now I lay me down to sleep, (

displayed. Many of the articles Martin formerly lived in Starke and hat been set aside by the association Bradford County Bank guard 1' '

offered are high class, which her old friends were glad! to see her I as a time for receiving donationi.
show that we are growing in taste again. Iffl( 3 % These subscriptions may be made my lumber deep, r

as well as wealth. through the local representatives of My valuable are safe, I'm 1q
"It was a fine rain. Now if your the Memorial Association In your
W. will (tire away free at 9:00: strawberry plants are small or you home community, through the religious not concerned.

Christina Ere the big doll to the still want to set some out, set them educational, civic, or fraternal If my haute catcher fire,

person holding the lucky number. A out and fertilize with 10 per cent organizations to which you belong, they won't be burned. "
umber will be given with every pur- Tankage (blood and bone) and you through your bank, or" you may send i.Y i

c except drug and fountain. Burl/ will have as fine plants as the fel them direct to the treasurer of the .
{ "old
p If'the boat" gets rattly
Y your face powder, Uilet water, per. low who set early, and plenty of fruit up association, Hon. Andrew W, Mellon. The small fee for on-"a .
front do not procrastinate we charge a year's rent
: fiste
kodak supplies, razor too. Hall's Store. Provision in your will for participation -
1 'ate, and get a number at Turner's pairs cost less than funeral ex by bequests If a substantial safety deposit box is a mere trifle compared to the

J)r.f Store. ')Irs. S. E. Brownlee, Mr. and Mr!*. penses. Go over the front hubs, donation cannot be made now, will Insure "
J. M. Brownlee and children motoredto spindles ti eroda and steering your part. anxiety ,experienced, or the risk you run in leaving '

Those who admire fine art will be Palatka last Thursday and spent rod connections. You may crash: What you five will be free from your valuable papers lying around the house, in your
.pleased with Hoover Bros picture three days with Judge and Mrs. A. through a store front or ram taxation under the general ruling!

display. These gentlemen are true ar- V. Long. another car if you delay. that !gift of this nature ar."exempt desk drawer or some other place of insecurity.Get .

;itUts, for money consideration seems Even if your car I. in fine up to fifteen per cent of your income.
'not to be to them so much an object Mrs. C:;II. Knight, of Jacksonville, shape, crashes are likely to Checks should be made payable to
a. good work. All their pictures are returned, 'home Tuesday after spend occur.! Insurance will make the Harding Memorial Association, one of these boxes, where you may have ac
good Ions, both for the
'good, but the tinted ones are especially ing several days with her sister-in- damage your to your car and to I 1414 F. Street, N. W., Washington, cess to it at any time during banking hours, in a
so, and we have never seen them law, Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. the person or" property of D. C.
surpassed or even equalled.Mr other if Involved In a mill; : Governor Hardee has ben appointed I.' good fire and burglar proof vault.
". and Mrs. T. A. Brinson and op. as honorary state chairman and

and Mrs. W. W. Baisden, Mr. daughter, of Fiftone, and Ras Erin- he has in turn appointed i). T. Uerow
and Miss Ion,-of the U. of j;'., and Mrs. B. M. Dowling of Jacksonville as the active state [DON'T
Thelma Alvarez lately spent ten days day with Mr. and Mrs J. E. covering fire, theft, collision, liability chairman. N. I). Hull, of Starke has I LEAVE IT TO CHANCE ANY LONGER |

0 ''in South Florida. They made the trip Corpening.N. and property damage: been appointed as the county chair 4&HBHHBHHHHHBHHHHBHHBHHMIHBMHHniBHHBHHBIHBHBBBH

by Ford car and report that they hada man. Any information that Is desired

very pleasant trip and that they T. Ritch has purchased from T. J. R. Davis & Co. In relation to the association and Bradford County BankI'
saw some of the most beautiful coun J. Griffin the Sternberg residence on its work can be obtained from Mr. j I

try in Florida, especially In Polk North Cherry street, and will move Agency Established 1886 Boll, who Is asking the cooperationof

county. t his family there next month. -- STARKE FLA. all the citizens of Bradford county.j!,wKaallN@t0@0f@tClLm@@IDm0@SQmOlmOfm@@O1C1@1 : ---mmaIIJIIIlDI: A" m t st



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; I HENS: DUEl TO LAY WHEN: OPPOSITION OF IGNORANCE business visitors to Alachua I

; Bradford EGGS ARE HIGH IN I'RICEWhat In a general MMM one mIght day. satur-I ASPIRINSay I

I' i With The make the broad statement, It I I. Reside! Colson was a visitor
il4 i I
criminal to be ignorant, or, Ignorance /: Crosse Saturday. I '
poultrymen want most is a "Bayer" and Insist!
Is a crime" This would npfl. Will Brown and sister, Rhoda, were

FarmersEXTRACTS hen that will lay lots of eggs when to this eountr)'. No one In our visitors to Graham and Waldo Saturday -

eggs are ordinarily scarce. The fair land In forced to be Ignorant ; .

f, breeding work in poultry at the Florida ao one has a right to remain ig- Miss Ella\ Mae Hazen spent Thurs-
College of agriculture has been norant. Therefore, he who remit Int i
I day and'Friday in Gainesville with
directed to that very end. That it i Is Ignorant convmiu: a crime ami: last
OK 'merit of agriculture has made a studyof ami friends.J. .
+ FROM ItEl'OI'rsCOUNTY succeeding is indicated by the follow- himself, against Ills family I I WAS
milk distribution
the effect of highways on against his Btate.Flr"The .
R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was a
AGENTS(! ; from Dr. N. W. Sanborn,
which ing report
I the results of em- opposition of a it-rtnln visitor here one day last week. i
'phasize that good roads lower milk professor of poultry hdsbandry. group to the public> schools I IH I urn
Osceola-Much time this week was costs milk hauling by truck "We have a non-selected pen of 11 of ignorance: or, It is born of cilmlDallty. Wilma Surrency, of LaSrosse, was '
regarding hauling The schools of Hill. the week-end of Opal Hazen.
public guest
I spent advising interested persons becomes larger each year and that Rhode Island lied hens, all out of the I
bananas country are the most (dciiiocrntli'! Misses Shaw Inez Moitt
land for Mary ,
I \,M suitable ] the motor trucks adds yearly a much same rooster and four different hens. useful and In.\lHIIOIIIIIIII\ | orcni: \ :iitlons -
and methods of growing them. Sev greater, proportion of dairy productsto These hens have ]laid 2,201 eggs for ever created 1 In the coming. Mildred and Julia Tompkins, of the i

eral people from other sections have ;' the total hauling done by it in be- the year ending October 31, last, a Any one who opposes them' Is IIl-t University City, spent Sunday with ,
information on this subject iiorunt, vicious or uiereeiiiirj.flerond Ella\ Mae Hazen. '
F been in for half of the farmer. yearly average for each hen of 203.9:; I
'i! \ and several have bought land on shed'show (plus-to be exact). -Ignorance Is niiiklni a Virginia Weeks spent this week in Unless. you see the name "Bayer" on
Studies in the 'Baltimore milk persistent attack upon fre> ltmsolr!}'. package or on tablet you ore not getting
which to plant. that farmers on improved high "Their mothers averaged 170 for a Free masonry !In an nuclont iu-H- Starke with friends. I the genuine Bayer product prsen ..

in this area pay :3 cents a gallonfor year, under identical conditions. This tutlon fonniled upon( tin lll! li>, Miss Eunice Hazen of! Island Grove lied by physicians over twenty-
houses ways tl'll<'hllllt a great monil! (>Allie!. cLiti.INblns relatives. anal proved safe by millions for
is the week-end with years
St. Lucie-All citrus packing hauling milk, on the average haul increase of 35 eggs significant."In : a lirotlieihoixl. l.eiiellclnl. 'In spent I

,1 are busy shipping( fruit. Much activity while the farmer on the unimproved November of last year, which the liKlirltliml, and, constrtifU MVlnMielleiiil Vascoe Hazen motored to Hampton olds Headacho

is being shown in truck fields rond pays half a cent more. month was included in their year's I to setter, Thixcvl'( <> Wednesday afternoon. I Toothache Earache Lumbago Rheumatism

now; carload shipments of beans, and record, these 11 hens laid 110 eggs. oppoHO nuiKoiiry are. litiioritut 1 nf, luInennlni Misses Lois and Lottie Gainey, Ol- Neuralgia Pain, Pain .

: peppers and eggplants: going forward And in December they laid 177 eggs. N I necomillHhliiK.;:, prurtlreM Tlii'lr mill, the iuuoi':0'" i,I. <;It" lie Hague, Vera Surrency and Messrs Accept "Uayer Tablet of 'tspiris"only

d '' 11 daily. Many growers preparing to HOW'S THIS? During the first ten months of this leiiilx tti 'iii to make,, ful-t'l -' ", .. Wilkinson and T. B. Pinholster attended : Each unbroken package contam-"

i +,1\,.\ plant tomatoes, the acreage of which HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will calendar year they laid 1,978 eggs inputs cotiferultiK iniisiinry. irs err, the teachers institute in the I proper\ dirt. tions. Handy UOXOH ..,.;itwelve
will be greater than last winter, and do what We claim for It-rid your system "Six of these eleven hens have nev- gilt Itx purpose Its. inorallt> Mini, Friday tablet cent few ci'nb, Druggists
I' Deafnusa. caused by high: school building at Starke alto. sell botttv of 24 and 100
F ; I the biggest of or of going In good/: No well informed, i pi"' s )itWDiiM ;
shown tendency
winter's was
last crop er any
Catarrh make attack Aspirin is the trade murk of Bnyirbfanafaetura
W CATARRH MEDICINE con- ever an uponmasonry I I
HALES being everlastingly on tha of Monoacoticacidester ofSalicvlicnoid.
ever broody
( of An Ointment which UUlcklVUrliuvoa I rThlrri of Five Mile was a
T. J. Dukes ,
,t Ucai'; ; ,:j.j; i inflammation; i and job all the time. i I" .
i -TRnornnrp/: a I
which here
interested the Internal Medicine a Tonic visitor Friday. I
Lake-Farmers at Mascotte are nrtH through. the Hlnni on the Mucous "Another hen, out of the same mal clinl'olienl' attack upon the C"MIIIifll''nl Mrs. R. A. Weeks was a visitor to '
in banana culture; met Sat- Surfaces thus aBamllnic, to restore nor of 190 for the ( church In tbla country Thohureh
subject mal con5tllons.Hold laid an average eggs In a nuriprnatnral orinnlxution. Worthington Friday. tion and to do all they could to get: a
this I
with them to discuss for over 40 Tears.F. .
urday by druggists and from her cam
now out J. Cheney &: Co., Toledo O. same year, eggs in the world for gupcrnatun Mrs. Turner and children, of Alachua packing house here in order to ship
y ; over 1500 plants are six pullets, hatched in April of this pMrfioNPH. and Is Hiipernntiirnllv( ilofended. were visitors here Thursday. i produce in carload lots.
,l'' and growing, and the acreage will be year, having to their credit for the It Is tile only InHtltutlmi In
greatly increased this winter. Checks The world owes a living to no one, first 25 days of November an aver the world In whli'li all i-l.i hui mid Lucille Harrell spent Friday night I I R. A. Weeks was elected temporarychairman
clearly indicate rnnilltlnns of people <-nnit'i. here with relatives. and M. P. Matheny, secro-
in this county most who helps
made but it helps the man of 13
will\ control mela- age eggs. .li i t Iiho/ 'lUintl t>r J(>4ii<4 Christ ,Quite a crowd from here enjoyed a I tary. On account of some of the
1 that bordeaux-oil himself most. "Of another pen of 27 ] 1 -it down, ,ii. ti"" .11' "f: .i''", liite fish\ fry at the Scout Hole Thanksgiving not being present the meet-
APrl-hatch-1 growers
citrus. 1 h', v-i- >11") '
nose on -r O 10 e ni.|I' | I
1v ed pullets, the average day. until
-- I 'I i ,i' ,d i In ing was adjourned ,
y I The soil is that which furnishes 25 days of November was 14 eggs. of Louise visitor
iI Seminole-From 150 to 200 cars of top I ,IPGrove's Mr. Lane, was a I the 8th inst.Everybody.
mhere Thanksgiving most of the food for your plants. One pullet died, but this average was here Sunday. invited to attend, and

i, lettuce week.will roll fro Protect it; don't let the rains washor figured for the entire 27 birds. ". ... Mana and Leila Mae Andrews en-I especially truck growers. The principal !-

leach it away. "Producing eggs in this manner, tertained a number of their friends on crops to be'grown here next

Columbia-Assisted-in marketing when they are scarce and high In Friday night with a social at the 1 spring will be tomatoes and cucum

price is what the poultryman wants A TONIC home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. .
for t
r 1 200 turkeys; will carry over 1,000 Doc. Hillcr says: Watch your pre- I
j) Christmas. The poultry association judices. The best man is not infrequently We have reasons to be encouraged: over Tasteless chill: Tonic: restore V. Andrews. Games were played i

brought; in 08 dozen eggs; Saturday to turned down because some- the results being secured." Energy and Vitality by Purifying and and! dancing was enjoyed. Those attending : ,.-o.. ..." 0 -Ae1"
Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its this pleasant aalr were Lois :mllt n"j."ot"V.A.S: i' :
be graded and packed for shipment. one has harbored foolish notions con- '
1 f I ,invigorating effect,see how Clara Cone HY. 1.
at Ft. White met on cerning: him. strengthening Gainey, Lucile Harrell, LOUISVU.E 4..S.
Poultry owners l
FOB HOME AND STABLE and how .....0..1. IIIST:0... .!
their\ it brings color to the cheeks Stella\ Mae and Florence Ward, Mana -a
I Thursday and decided to hold The. extraordinary Borozono treatment will] that 1 __..... ,
it improves, the appetite, you and Leila Mae Andrews, Reddish An- VlYeas.. Mrs Nr :
lsa .
turkeys for better prices for flesh woilndt, cute, sores, galls, burn '
appreciate its true tonic value. Harrell\
; aud ticnlda is just as effective in the stablad drews, Malcolm and Wilbur t
Haw Furs 'It
last four weeks have held bottlo of IFcrbino on the shelf at in tho home. Horse flesh\ heals will Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply; Livingston and Dilson Russ, and oth-
I .vy-In homo it like having: a doctor in Ilia house Si
remarkable SH-ecl| under its. powerful in- Iron rind Quinine suspended syrup.
d three fairs, one a community fair atWilliston all tho time. It gives: instant relief whenrho ers. v011t
1.l The blixx
flueneo.\ ( Thu treatment i I" the same for pleasant even children like it.
out of order tho G. A. and I. W. Pinholster, of Jacksonville i
or h
another II county fair at digpNtion: pots animaU as for hurnans. 1'irst wash out needs QUININE=" to Purify it and IRON t.. '
ll 1 ,! Brormon, the first in history of roan bowels fail to net. One or two dunes is infectious germs: with liquid Uorozonr, Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs ant spent Sunday here with rel-
all that i id tl<) start things moving -
.i ty, and sent an exhibit to the state and restore that fine feeling of pxlnlli and the Borozono Powder completes thj Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invlgo'.. atives. I
\ fit which l>oIOIIIM healing process.' Pried (liquid) 30p 60-- Effrcr ,0a J. J. Morgan and family, L. R. and
fair. rut. ion anJ'uoynnl'Y xjiinta Nuid\ :11I0//
and$1.20. Powder:JOe and 60c. / by
.' only to perfect liculth.. I'r'eo; COc. ; II. P. Gainey, D. W. and A. A. Hazen _

., / S Duval Week profitably spent lulling Hol<.lly, All Drug Stores attended church at New Hope Sun- 1" T1
: All StoresPUT
: h hundreds of people. about Duval I day.A. !
7 r 1 county possibilities tit the state fair. : Mrs. Stribling Boosts B. Shaw, of Gainesville\ was a I
At the fair we won a largo/ number of I Her Fighting Son business visitor here Saturday. :

I t 1 awards, and our exhibit was declared COUNTRY HOME I The home-.of E. M. Hazen, one mile fAVARisTYSalta k
I .
11j I '"I'!' the best from an educational standpoint I I Contempt Decision north of town, was destroyed by fire ai "evlgryJ'tlr' tlYR

} I (By Spuds Johnson) Stirs Public Monday night.: Origin unknown. i
i 2 i/rw
ad :
Those having business at the coun- ? ; MOMa 'n'WH 1APER,
t A country home all lighted up at
I'lIsl'o-Thls county was opened to ty seat Monday were G. W. and E. M O"krei" fwtvpef news aytd"adr'A
night when seen from a distance, is
W f the world on November 22 in the Hazen, II. P. Gainey, P. A. Crosbyand
restful to the eye. a country
I yowTK'r.BflKi
t opening a fthe new highway. We entertained home equipped with electric lights A. A. Hazen.

a ] 3r>00 people, in Dado\( City. means not only something good to 7r k L. R. Gainey, L. A. Brown, G. W. rrl .
after agrlcultur- and E. :M Hazen S V. Andrews G. B. at;>
I'' ;, I'asco Is going more look at from a distance, but comfort ,

'+ +, .t. alal development. and much convenience for its occu- Colson and others attended to busi- lJ
Si matters in Starke Tuesday.
I I Putnam-The value of irrigation pants. Truck Growers Organize: NOMaTbWN

( for truck has been forcibly demonstrated Last week I told how we fitted( our The vegetable growers of this bapsA
house out with running water. About i< ae r
.\ here this fall; where it is in place met together Saturday after-

i practice the outlook is bright, where u year after this was done, we got noon for the purpose of organizing a

_I not practiced the outlook U not good. busy and strung up a few insulated truck growers association. The meet- .\
-"I bulbs connected, them
wires and light ,
ing was well attended and much interest -
Hamilton-Our syrup mills and with a new generator and gave the was aroused. Twenty-seven of

boilers have been running at hiuhppecd I wood saw gasoline engine mother .l KAt our truck growers joined and pledged ,',

\ this week, and under favorable I job. themselves to support the associa- ,

j conditions. I That gave us lights at night, lights; ."

I Ir.l without thll danger of a burn-up from e

r To Stop a Cough Quick I I a turned over lamp and without the % ",
eternal trouble of and] .. r '
washing, filling
tal.o 3ONEY> a MK
'' cough! medicine which stops the cough! by I, trimming wicks. And it has always f ito

healing the Inllamed and irrititted tissues been a better lighting system a sys- r rI > ? ,', '

t A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE tern that we can depend upon. No itfU1' {
SALVE for Chest Cold*. Head Colds and MfMfvy
blowing out of the light] little
., J Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of : by a S S. ,
IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve puff of wind, nor having to hold u eClutrles I % ;

I should be rubbed on the chest and throat lump for this and that. We have suf- e ( '" ,

_ of children suffering. from a CoM! or Croup\ ficient lights: About the house and the ;! )
The honllnH..("...t of !hive* Ileullnrt Honey Inliln '
the thnmt( comhlnoil. with the homingcITivt ut I burn to take care of any night work

(the".vets tikln u-P noon stops-Trslft a couith.Uot Salve. through the puree 01 at either by merely turning a switch.As I ,'.

h remmlln. are pSI'kedl", l one carton end the would have been expected the v ? II ''j
COM of the combined treatment I I.u 33c. vroc.cTC1Young ; s"
A leighbors had another hullabaloo I. above 4t
Craig ( ) Comptroller
Just ask druggist for IIA YES'liJoAUNG
1 HONEY.your I gossiping spell. It was the same old of the City of New York, StrtMIng, 100 wound' high e
rowd: that had! the big say about the through a decision of the U. S. Su school heavyweight of Oeorglu. who sb y,'. ytrVA'r+e ,rj .t, l: :a), k .lMIrl'T
Arena Court must serve sixty days recently fought, n Henxiitlonal battle
MILK DELIVERY COSTS CUT HY waterworks. It is always that crowd In Juil for contempt of court unions with Mike !McTltrue. light rx avr.

( HARD ROYDS that nags progress, and tries to dis- public opinion now rallying to Iila weight champion tomes of strong; a.
oimitro those who want to do progressive support forces a pardon liplow 1* stock as Is proved In the above
f public things Justice Julius tnir, of New York, photo. Ma\ :StrlMInK In with her
The. bureau roads, depart- \\UoKcileclflon, almost three years mm" In Boston while III trains fur
But in unite of all- the smart thin g s. neo, was upheld by the feigner court ftuht. I '

vy, .. .. 'lt they had to say; about it, our lights i Prominent men -- --
continued: violation of the principal of free Car That'sAlso
'i f I 11 I have results. When to give the us Initial'and: satisfactory speech and free prea. P The business

1 id ik.t i ] I'up-keep costs are figured together, I ItKOOKER a Family Car ;:\.

d am sure our lights cost no more thanif IS'o Worm In a Healthy CiiiltlAJIclilhlrrn ,"

FIRE we used the old i lamp and! oil system. troubled! with Worm. hive An unleaitliycukir. Brooker, Dec. 7.-A. B. Surrency

1i .which liitlluilea poor blush ant aaitlr S made a business trip to Starke Friday exttaprdinary utility of the Buick five- ii''
there i la more or I I.oft stomach dluturbfl'u. .
I mainUito that we people who live !:HOVE S TASITLES3: CHILL IONIC liven r..iu- ; tiur cylinder Touring Car makes
In the count. ') have, as much right to any mprovetrKdlii'iitlnn.andartanaHiwralSiKnDtlfnlna for two nr thrw weeks wiC enrich the blood: Toledo Gainey spent Friday and passenger needs

t a few ]luxuries .and comforts as the Tonlu tothewhole tvtrm. Nature..tllheD'! Saturday! with relatives In Lacrosse. this model particularly suited to serve the:

Is it Your House; ? It I city folks. Bill there. are a few such hmwnftrrdtotwl health. PlesMut.saSeeoperMxtkSEABOARD b.worms,aad the ChlM, wtll haaperfect John Pinholster, of LaCrosse, wasa cf bu.ir.ess. Its rugged chassis and powerful

have without any visitor here Friday.Mr. .
t II things that we c4rt head engine insure uninterruptedservice.
Our business is to protect i unusual or burdensome expense. Alighting TRAIN SCHEDULE and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and tn. four-wheel brakes
system is 1e the9 And son, Paul, were visitors to Worthington Its proved Buick
k + --large and small i pi
you safe to
three or four hundred dollars will I Thursday.L. make this car more than ordinarily

Best Reliable Companies I pay /of and Install a pre ":r7 good out- SouthboundNo. (In effect- Nov. 11, 1923)) R. Gainey was a visitor to the drive. Yet with all of its ''advantages, the

Quick Adjustments I fit. Almost ten years of 'iv1n! In a 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. county seat Saturday. Car is very low in
home wfth such -.>'-1vlncesme I Miss Lorene Hazen, of Raiford, is Buick Four Touring I
a system ,. No. 3, 10:59: a. m.
DON'T LOSE that ft it worth more than i'** cost No. 21, Cedar Key: 5:00: p. m. visiting: relatives here.P. first cost, in upkeep costs; and is as satisfyingfor

SEE US -to say notMng about the less '*ned No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m. M. Barefoot of Starke, attended family use: as for business purposes.
Northbound- the Masonic meeting here Satur- ..
danger from fli'''>; R-t.-te" P'
No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m.

9 Peek & Perryman THE FLORIDA- SANITARIUM No. 4, 4:26 p. m. day.Mrs.. CoJson Knight is spending; BUICK COMPANYJ
-- No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. some time in Starke with relatives. LAKE CITY

J Telephone 83 Florida] Sanitarium an.r .0. 16 Limited, 5:57 p. m. Elmo Brown, who has been In the M. Smith M....

Orlando Fla. Battle Creek Hospital methods., ," <.. Branch- navy for a period of three years, returned Baker, Bradford. Columbia and Union Counties
'01 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m.
rl Starke Medical Surgical WaNnL home Saturday and will spend
: \ Matertlty. Deep '
SUrk 3:15 m.
4 arrives : p.
r rs R Ray therapy. Capacity 100 pat- ,No10, T. .;. GRIFFIN sometime LWI.I1'h. !' relatives. When better automobiles are built Bnick will build them

ents. Rest, diet, physiological thewipeutica. Agent S. M. Mott and Ruby Games were
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NOTITB OP ADMINISTRATRIX FOR FINAL 'I." feet, .the'net- South to the couth aide of I "hi! final di>cro<>, the following d'oe.I":1" : real HDTLKU better.! Ilo will soon be able to return ...
DISCHARGE Kiilil quarter Kitl.m. thence Went ZJO< feet uI > ramie lying and being In Urittlfurd county, It4WNl.1C'@C.1wJtu@tlll.'ftttllCJYrfT'7R1tAGNntDf! ) : ) )) .
Notice, Is hereby, (riven to all whom It may :In- I.UKI:, rate:: of' 1"F.::: and Samlonion: rood I Florida U..wltlCommi'licinir with her to her homo inct| R '
concern that on the ll th tiny nj PvcomlH-r th. nee Northerly l ilriu of aid madu. 315 fort from the NorllltmfitPttrnrr Use COFFINS &. CASKETS .
A, D 192.1: I ahull apply to the Honorable .. ,iliiWent lino of nail. Section TwentyoneiMi I of Hroiitl\Hy and Hoyf. ittrcH>tji. on the Luke linilor 7.-Jlrs.\ Rogers! Berlin I Ind
1{ \ G", 'n. Judge of said! court M jwltre of I tinnoNorlh clung Went line, to place I North .lilo nf Iloyt et net. and run north lOB shopping in .\ a Full Line of al
j,i, i-n'i I for my final dittcharjro an adminiHtra-, of l"'I" fort to IloytHtrctt nml MillowBrd were -- "
t '" % "..f thr slate of Henry darner, deceased ; t thp ,.Soutliweet jmirter of demon Twtnty-onQ_ I thence w:nt rise foci to liovlnnliur:: : Jackdonvillf Saturday.Miss Undgrekrrs'uppliea !
,".,d I ,ir .d at the same lime I will present myth I'iJli' luwnKhln Six, nil i South Range Twcnlylwo Alas Lots 20. !x(6) > SI 3-. H.I. .14. HA unit 90."f TUl'Ililny. Nov. 27th Mrs Homer[ '
,i''' ,Hi-count BJI admlnlHtrHtrlx of sold vain I ((22)) EMU Lllock 'Ihn-o (131.) In R N. nowlmit'i ail',S. ,. .:
Mill,, fink for their ..p"rovnl.p".1 Suid rule bring. mailo Hiilijcrt to thp Urine tli>n to Town of Slnrko. All of the lave IwIIIH Welch\ of New River and, Miss Ruth AUIUMUHILU: ItL.tkSE .
October 19. A. D. 11\ 23. llm now i'xl tlnu In faoiof tho owner of In lli. Town of Stniko, and In SrctlunJ Kiissoll. Rivers .spent Snturilny I
IRENE O \RNER.i I thaI CL'rlnin mirtKiii7O. vxi>cu1iMl by D. M. !'. 'l.iwnKhlp it South Ultimo Twunty-two Richard of I.iiUo 1 Butler, were united I I Always on hand. The bent M>r- ;
i <."-t-112-14 AdminiHtratrlx.MASTER'S Smith, nml Alma Smith' to W. T. "''....k.. dated 'U2): ) Kiuit: ; in lliiih) springs visiting,: her brother, k.t the low' rut price 8..*. '
_--- -- --.. Xnrll I 21. :\. I D. 1IU2. end ivcorilnl. In mortgage in inurria e, Judgo It. A. Green, of.Starke
BALK book numlirr one. at luau" 400. of the : AKO| Nortlirnut Qimrtcr of Sonthwrat Qunrt 1' C. UiM-rn., gal attention to t..I"Io\a"h or- '
I'uhllc KMnnlH of Bnulfonl county. Ploililn.nlxo ..r of SnuiluoHt Qunilor, nf Section 34' Townnli ) ofllrlutinK. :Mr. WIItil .. .
avery :
\",ilce m h..hy nclvrn Dint under and hy Hiilijret to tho lion crc-nl<'il n liv thn two <|> q) South, ItnilMo 22 Knnl.Alwo I KeiMt| rrtl. Knibvlmrr.DeWITT ,

,HUH, '"in' of mode that nail certain ifmlcrtd Final on Decree November of Form 22, not din,,.' duo coinulninunt by tho Uffviidiinta not ,N"rth"R.I 10 Quurtvr In.of Southeast the S..uthwi..tQtlnrttr Miss Kalhryn: F.I'J>ersoll spent (ho estimable young; 111:111.: TU> bride, 1 ..

\ |IJ 10J8. by honorable,, W. S. Htillnck.. J). E. KNIUHT. of Suction oscrpt tl. Township.eons 7 S.iulll llanuo cornrr 22 Thnnk3ri\( ing holidays with her pirenta bliss Ktith Kiihard IM n very popula" ,, C. JONES
of lflh Circuit of Klori.i.i
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Mimtvr .
Special In :
Honornbla A. V. Lone. jmU/o of tho S. CHEWS Clmncrry.A Knot.Ainu: Northwrnt Uunrtrr. of the Northeast. here young Indy of ( Uika Butler Their1 I tI t STARKFILA I r1W'IJtMQhOGHDWWuWdiNibtStIUelWBIftES .

F.irhth: .......1.1.1 Circuit wherein being the diiunlinfl., ht Solicitor for Complainunt.12.7.6t1.4. Ouiirior. ,wept| 10 ncr4. in Southwmt corner \ host of friends wish them ninny ycai\ d
Federal land
'that' certain cauno I ----------- --- -- --- of 8t ctiin O.I To\viiHhl| 7 Hutith. Unntru 2a ) !)\ ( )\ \ was
Hank nf Columbia a corporal Inn. la com of happiness and prosperity.
i ,Irnnt and J.II.. Starling and Nettie\ filnri MASTKK'S SALE Emit. D. K.' KNIOIIT, Mrs. Lilly Ukluml, Mini Mary Hi.I :
\ and the LnwU'V National{ Fnrm Notice hereby .given that' under I .
''' bin wife i and hy Special Master in Chancery chart) Master David Rielmrd hire
dufcndantH. the 'tiif of tint ,
I I. an AwHocIniton arc under vii. i certain 'InoD.'Crco\ of Fore A. S. CREWS
AiRtied, will offer for Bale and will\ fU to thuhiirluat i locum,, ,intuit and rendered. November" 22 Solicitor fur Complainant. 12-7-Bt-l-l and 111'14.1.: J. :Snpp: motored over to
and l beast bidder for .""h. In front of A. U. 1(121.( : by honorable A. V. Fong Jiiilxeof
thr courthouse door In St..rko' Hrndford counI'loililii I I he Eighth: Judicial Circuit In and forBradford Stnrko to attend the WeU-h-Hiohnrd | New German Ch.ln..-: Ilor Was War Plotter '
\ on Motiiltiy. the 7th day oT January county Florida." In that c..rt..lnrn" OKDKIt FOR Pl'BI.ICTIOVIn 11.
A. I>. 1021. daring the html hour of ... herein the llrndford County Dank a bruit Court.Slate: of Klorliln, Eighth': wedding.)
sale,, for of nttnfyinr( said finalriccrw I' con>oratlon. !la complainant end l .1. A. Tyler Judicial Circuit.. Uradford. County in Chan 2 t hr> llelnrli-li, l''. Allieil. who H'oiii'ii yf* rgr yF..at .w x
the following dtficnbtnt. real ontHto lylnir and bin wife are ik-fendnntl eery.It. 4t +
cnliiiuu In and being In Bradford county .Florida to* The "' ''I.r..n..1. !. will olfer for nlo. and will\ niiponrlnir by nfflilnvit\ appended, to the The good! old days of hog killlnir n new ,tr
wit : I Mel! to the highest' and bent bidder l for eanh, Mil nii'd in the ulx, > ..-atted crow that LenaHitch I full blast .51ISnq, wax In V.'n n privy eoim- vf.4
The SoiithuMt Quarter of the Southeast In front of tho courthouhe door In HtarkH.Kradfonl I the difvnilutit thprvin nnm.'... !i. A nonnoidi'nt and 1 vane grinding) are .In (1 Cur In the: Oi-iinaii Ministry of ? aJt
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter;: and the county Florida on Monday the 7th of the itaw of Florliln. and I ahe UrpHidi e now. the Interior, ut'I< lunnnie onu of 4ryj
Southeast" Quarter of the Southwest/' Quarter day of January A. I n. inUI. during the lenalhoura / .nt of Troy stele of North Carolina )
if the Northeast Quarter; and the North Half of Rale for the purpoHe, or Hatlnfylntf nml i i. over the "e of twenty..intt yearn ; it (the text! kiiuuii tivrinuiiH In Ainerlea. -
of Northeast. naid flnnl decree, the following dencrllied. real I 11 lu to i\ew York the '
i"f Northwest Quarter Quarterf IK therefor ordered that said non-rmldent du will nil! his came aa S
.> Southeast Quarter : and the North Half ofNorthriuft rotate, lying. and being In Bradford. county fimilnnt bo and In heruhy required to aiiptar Rev. W. T. McGuire ieiri'Hentatlv| of the "Central ,
Quarter of Northwwt Quarter of lorldn. to.wlt: to the hill of complaint I filed m said cause onor regular appointment at the Christian a r
Southeast" Quarter, all in Section Thlrty-aU. The Northeast Quarter of the NnrthweBt h..ro.IIondnv., the 7th day of January. I'nrchaaliiK Coiiiiniiiy, and tooU
< ) Quarter" of Section Three ((3) Township Six A. D. 1124.\ otherwise the .1I"I c3BIn" the South Half of Southwrwt Quarterof Ix I ) South, Ranna Twenty-two ((22)) East I. hill will be taken aH conf..RcU by nnld do. which first directed Its Die ngalimtAmeilcun
of /Section' MO ., lean.Kaid R
Southeast Quarter Twenty-fotir containing Forty ) ncrea moro or ft'lidiint.
12.,'. all above briny. In Townnhp! Five (61, aal. bring. made aubject to the prior lien It l. further ordered.. that this order be MaxmiH: Elect: OllirerH! neuNimuera and then 4
South of Ran?** Twenty-two <1221. Ea.t of Tallahawtoe now existing in favor. of the owner of thatcertain ptililhihiMl 1 once Hweek for four coniuvutivoweektt iipun the (loveriinipiit ItHulf. $f'i
Meridian, containing In the aufirv- mortKatce executed by J. A. Tyler and In the Bradford County Televraph. MnvwHiiaper At n meeting of the Providence Later bin force rei ante 60 acre, Hattie Tyler, hi. wife, over nail! lan 1st
n. E. KNIGHT. October HO. A. I n. 1918 and recorded.. In ,mnrt- I I 'I'hlH December 4. A. D. 1023.i. Masonic lodge. Dec. following. (
Special Master in Chancery gage book Two (2)). at page Twenty-two ((22) ;i. W. ALDERMAN. officers were elected : and dually to open detlaueo and
A. S. CREWS of the public recorda of Bradford oounty ((1'1..1)' ) Chirk Circuit Court. violation. It was proved that he #lC Xk' v
Solicitor for Complainant. 12.75114MASTER'S Florida... : Hy C. A. KNIGHT. W. O. Brooks W. M. advanced money, from We Gorman
Also tho following dencrlbed" penional properly I Deputy Clerk.A .
L. F. Fralick S. W. Government to Dr.
SALE in Bradford county to-wit : S. CREWS Kumley
Notice .la hereby .given that under and by One gray hone about twelve years old I Solicitor for Complainant. 12-7-51-1-4 W. U. Mammons, J.V.. to help buy the New York Hvenlnic -
virtue of that certain Final Deere of Foro- weighing about twelve hundred (12001( ) launch Mall lie ban held many Imo yA 'M
named (;....rRe. I II. K. Brown Treasurer.
nloiiurtt madn and rendered on November 22. iMtrlAiit Uermau posts, cud at one Y '
of A. D.the lOliH.Eighth' by Honorable Judicial Circuit A. V. Long In and, Judge fur Special' Master In Chancery, J. W. Osteen, Secretary. time was Ambassador to the U. R, ea'r .

Bradford eOllnt,. Florida. In that certain' A, S. CREWS. M. A. Weeks, R. D. 12
Inman IB complainant Solicitor for Complainant. 1275114MASTER'S
wherein ease and PanuaU Tlrno and Mary Tlrno are d.* I J. F.. Cay, J. I). Mk

fenilanta SALE LUDENSMENTHOL 1 W. J. Markham S. S.
Tim undemlKned will offer for pale. and willsell Notice I ie hereby given hat tinder and by II M
!) to the highest and bent bidder for cant, virtue, of that certain Final Decree of Fore* I Peter Graham J. S.
tn front of the courthouae door In "'Starke closure maittt and rendered on November 2-t "
Kradfortl county Florida, on Monday, the 7th A. D I 1'123. by Honorable A. V. Fong Judge L. F Gay, Chaplain.J. RICHARD LLOYD JOMS .
day of January. A. D. 1924 during the legal of the Eighth. Judicial Circuit In and for COUGH DROPS J. Nettles Tyler.
ho urn of unlit, for the purpone of ntlnfyinitaid Bradford county, F'10''''.. in that certain 3AYS --
final decree, the following dtftcrlbud real caimo wherein the Bradford County Bank acorporation. I / (c
estate lying and beintr In Bradford county In complainant, \ and C. II. Marks /or nose a/tct fttvafn
Miss Ethel Brooks. of New Berlin J '
and Fannie Marka, his wife are defendants. ,
Florida, to-wlf
Eleven, wens more or less beginning. at 'IHie undi rf>itrniMl will offer for aalo and will I arrived last week to visit her )grandfather I Justice is the Goal of Civilizaiion 'k. ;
the Northwest corner of the Quartr < cell to the hlwhent and bent biditur fur cnah
of the Southweat Quart4:-'hft""Section, I In front of the courthouse: door: In Starke.: 1 J. U. Terrell, who has been ;
Twenty-one (21) Township Six: (f61 South I I Bradford county. Florida, on Monday, the 7th much
Ran ice Twenty-two ((221 East and run Foat I day of January A, D. 1024, during the legal ';t'rMick; but at this time Is llnilM ltd. tniest usI|>rpesluu In jutllciur ; '. I.I'' >III the North line of said quarter, action houra of Bale for the |puriswe of anliafyngAdd .
along .
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empty| words uul'.tt..y. rent niini| ,|IINII.| | \\101'', ? IM 'llmfr..in j xl

I - I, I trim iirliiclplu, for liiiniuiilly. Seiumile' 111"1"I', [ "I.| JimMri

.. "" ;; I anil Jielllier. eiin Mtanil., The |>IIHKIIII| ol' nil urr.il .' l I- Ilii ininlicutVlituu
'''' '''' A't l all ages, IIIIM ITCH' for Juwllcc.I 4.
---..,., :,!II'= ''''' "'= =. ;, ..-: : :. I RICHARD LLOYD JONES r I It IK the oiu. '-woril li-lliilttoti\ .l lli<> 0..10.11; | | Ittilc. IIvii\ ....t only r4

StoNi > 8)
t SAYS *& propliotH.' I'.ncli: In lilt turn and, I lime 'and In her nun \\u\ mill) Hut HUM in ..

to the strength of men, not to the weakness of men. ) I thing' Confucius put It : "WJiat. I ilo not \\ I"h men .to lilt l. inn, 1 IIHI| '> t }

Your Face I wish not to il') to them."
{Thoughts Sculpture JiiMiIcili' \lrllc.. ; It IM never |IIISHVI| > or liulllTcicnt. It U I Hit truth ;
American Heiresses \ I In action. .liiHllir may hi >'lnlri, >ni' ; II In nlun.VH xlulctil' to 'Hit one whit

Save The Silly I un'e uds It. \\l- way' pt'lge| HIll'I'CHH, l-OVrt. w"n II h. HI>I-U lllllll.l1' Illlt IIOIlKuf f f y'?

1\ I'n, nichnril MansfleM\ was! once naked Ui/ name (lie gr.-nttat. myi- : .Ilii-Hn run HHllMl.i iinlisN, I hi'S iiiini* I Ilironuli" Joshua. nHe c'

Confession of that unspeakable cad Count ]ton: I I'ry, In life nml Interrogator exiectci| the cTutonuirj: imMwer "<.li'i th." IM grout' who, I'ur .I11M'It'l"| | sake can fniuct" lili'inN" I.In, m>ir.Ini'i'eattillto -
The article tells under his own tile c'liilniMit. actor iiroinptly. reilie| l I. "The hnmiin face.-MWJ n face onc I I ( Haut for, or to work.. fur Unit wlili'h' N rlulit fur mad, her, 11HlriniKir

de Custellanc: who in n published: her million> i fwd you can find It union* millions It U the door |plate> or Inillvldintl- HTliMpN( .or eii'ii mi t'lieniy.' Wo caiinul HIM'tiic luiilir' fur "" '-
and ,
name how he plotted to marry Anna ( lonlil try:. Hchi'N I IhroiiKli .10'11) Iliac JiiHtli(' I., olherM. It U mil in .MM* "iilcr, of llilllKM! ,

should prove not only a warning to seir-rcspccting! AinoricaiiKirls ( The fn.'" Is.the mirror of inoodn. It In the whi of the heart. No I tor JiiHtli'i- U foiiMlHteiit" Iniiuirtliil, and alwiijM fair.

it should provide a guide post forIUCI'i11Il lesisl.-itoM urtlit can' 1 paint It* cliiinxlntf e jiiiiten nct>--no Hctencu, him found' tea Though JiiNlliii U linimrtlal It IM not Mind.\ :Science\" IM !Ko> <>rni-il )>yilM

-- to nn end, once and for 1I"lIll'tnr'tl|> I power, of the mind to mouM! It. lllWN. '
the ability
who Lave\ in their power 1 KiiceH lire in Icitllilu an lioukH. llchlnd each U a Hlory' of ex|>rcHHcir.niirt'8HiMl I Tint initloii Hint IO\CH liberty inoHt "h" 'rl.I, ami Hint I'.iclitH: only\ for.

all time to the deluding\ of the countrywomen and the exploitation | or latent power and romance. In every human' eonnleniincnlli'n liiiiiian jiiHtlct* IK Hi-liliiin found. In llm lii'iilnl' 4'riliiin.lfiiicniH.,, of' war mnl' t

fortunes. then, only 11111 lictilKiiiinltir' hunle holy l.y .the iiniHlon for Jnxlli-c. 'I liu ,
American a hlxlory or n "propht ey.
of who: know the history of the Gould accumulations The face IN the Bate' throiiKh which children and dogs lln.l itcnilitnnd nut Inn Hint COVI-IM' property wind '".11. 'Unit si-fkH .Jo enrich, Itself liy ,ilcvai, '. }

There are few people with the escapades that havo KcnerotiH HOiil Sail:, heads' will drift to u Herenj face HM u 1I.1\\'r till' INK,, Hit iii-lirlilior.... IM found. nidMt nflfii In the. throi-M of war cud, llii'ii
and who are familiar IfiiiiH toward, the for tin Hlianicl'nl I nod ,immill, ,, l'\. Intf eml, of Imlilly ilifyliiK; Jimlli'i', And

marked the lives of some of the earlier generations who havo Mirth given im warm the nnnnirUed HUD. outline of a face' which It U the mlsHloiiof .H \vltll urnos" MO with) Illl-ll, Such( tlllUollM .-..1111' III lll> 1.1. (I I'llll, t

regarded the Gould family with a certain! measure of rrgret. 1II/>" to (111 In for tilt Thu fucult that ralxeN UK u* human helngttin MUM', e" Miilil luinlcl Welmlir. "li. the.. KrcuteHt Interest, of limn on
uot fortune driven to thoime". Ihllt"t' mirth. It /IM this ligament whli li liolilM clvlll/ l.i-lnus' cud' flvlll/.o
of the "cboom to
recall how Jay Gould founder the faculty of y the "uy WtI ..
They and the lamp- nnike tares and our mmlx. O tloti. Mcwther\ .
the or nmr our
cover by an angry( mob barely escaped! Grand rope House on The soul U the eztKtlDK tyrant ..f tho face. She make It to milthcrxelf Ftappt5t.ss and proxreNH/ ore MiK'iircil only when Jnvlloo| | N honored.. tSi
old Opera
post by barricading himself in the for the Hud to reflect her H"litcHt whIm. Should the mad I IIf sullen .. Copyright, 1913. by nioliard Lloyd Jonas a

Eighth Avenue, New York. It has! remained however, Hhe at unit moulds. the features to tell her mood.Tin1 .

allied with the Goulds--the husband of thediminutive anal wrlteti upon the fat ". what .she C-IUMIWH. When weary of
blood of Europe and leaven her lnd,>llbl ------- -._ -
taken flight
Anna to descend to the depth of degradation ticliitf hoiiHed In the body the HOII

the record, on the fnc...
for a few paltry dollars to write for the public prints and It IM coininon practice to yearn tor our departed youth. Youth la I

of his) shame and of his wife's unfortunate stupidity vanity. but, I.rnlulorudJty., Ilonorad Iw. the soul that early "cluxHtw to WITH YOUR PRINTING I

Boni whose father frequented the cheap dram shops c:>I"io..t the art of conduct that leave the least regret and little wlahiiiK '
-Co nt
houses of Paris in the hope of picking upa that "It might have. b en."
and tawdry gaming while his son plotted the In the arrest Henna the noblest nm of ute la aa Riukln would say, t

free drink or an easy franc or two the to picture' 'The good the true and the beantlrar on year !....
control of the great American fortune, admits his profligacy,

sneering with a cheap snobbishness at American barbaricTaste Coprrtgbt. IBM -By RJchard Lloyd Jones

distasteful of American for-
He writes himself the most
tune hunters but he is by no means unique. The others are

shrewd enough to keep their inner feelings to themselves!

amply Surely the time has arrived to put an end to the operation. of *

these Let tawdry Congress profligates.and every state pass a law cheating the estate (iEJ@1) "

of American girls who sacrifice themselves on the altar of a

"-God save the word! There is a !generalSSSiion ,

that the law of inheritance is one of inalienable\ ,

is not the fact. The law of inheritance is based on Our I mil/1 in' mm hare ever tolled (q = -t,;

right. This state l legiHlaturapWaSw the wheel.* of progress olld V
let Congress or a .
enactment.escheating the Once' estates of American girls who wed the eWe End '..11I. uitlve day or night Rotnehow holdla' .)., fIt....".,..,_ rightfully expect more than a mere following of your r '
auinln1 They
aloft thflr lljht.; 1 YOU
of alien nobility, and we will have an end to three disgraceful never scent to tlie at heniiln' coal onWlwloni'M ;;;. ., : when from this
scions an printing shop.
We have laws far the preservation of every. lire There nln't no realm -=- p 7 I II you get i
intrigues. statutes aimed at lo mortal ken that al..l" It door on the _::::- .
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thing from hogs to angle worms. against themlelvell For I I leoiKn' nun =- ...: I We promise you service. Service includes an intelligent

safeguarding nae' the let weak us have and a Incompetent law that will protect American heir. I clout The round.MKKfHt the huh| |I'rlo'ln'' on earth preee.I !guess, la A 1'. I study of manuscript; the proper faces of type to be used; perfection

asses! from their own folly. This done, the trash of Europe will tell..,'* moot Important' .......is H *.iti.d >>y ? I in alignment; exact quality of paper; how to cut it, print I I F

knocking at the door. the thlnit he rcada--uuleaa. perelirtii'-e h" .
not long I nub, It bad, -and then fir.'a. chaniro. or 'n, o ,. and fold it. I II

himself batb "ld I wish lie liiid1: The prc-M' nu"" i rl.*. fir i 1 1I
Sbow me the man with a soul 10 deed who never to falter then', l.y.. li.it It f< .1.} :iu ..'Ir Iwu1IO'x.... 9 s I for '
Is a pretty good friend after all. I No job to small our .
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the home town paper men. ,
I.. c: I Quality Printing Standards
Bread. wtl"" is' rte,- w. "Ivt.
wrote that latior. while all earth hm Ita commit In heaven. If nrtalti i.. r"lurl' ,'t li i .\ ltH-.1, z Jlav '1s '

Carlyle he would change labor for the coat of llvtnif. I o' i "<' '. M'."' "III..r'tI t I !
i be were writing today fund i oi.m i 1v Bradford
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A pretty wedding took place at the '
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bohannan I : Style
I 'I II of Plant City, Sunday afternoon, December :

4th, when their daughter,,,
Miss Ethel Bohannan, was given in I and Comfort Wr

marriage to Mr. Joshua Alderman.

The bride looked lovely in white satin

with trimmings to match. The ceremony I
.I was performed by Elder( C. M.
.. 1 Miley of the Second Advent churchof yo can rrove to

Tampa. I yourself that comfort

The bride formerly lived!at Law. and awkwardness 9oq 1
toy and is a popular and accomplished do not necessarily go
young lady. The groom Is a rising together. Just look
over our line of fashionable -
young man o: the Midway section
well known and respected. Tlx. and well-fit-

I many friends of Mr. and !Mrs. Alder. ting shoes, and-- The beauty and the -/ ":,
man wish them all happiness. qualities of this well known branaretraditionnlEVERWEARecon -,
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..rr-! cmy is merely incidental. Visit our "
: WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING/ Hosiery Department next time you
I arc in the store i
;l', i, 'I' Regular meeting;: of Woman's Club i

1 will be held Wednesday at 3 o'clockat Best Hose on the Market I Satisfaction GuaranteedSternberg's 1
6 f the club house. A program will be
t rendered by the education committee. o
Those in parliamentary class are requested s'

to be there at 2 o'clock. All

J S'f i 3f >N"tf s members urged to be present.GRANTSMITH t .

Hqj( STARKE, FLA.l1'I'Ifmt""n.R.R. .

; ....... ,wu""u"' ''' IWIHIHIItImmIIW! A wedding of much local interestwas
that solemnized Saturday eve c

ning at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. ;LADIES AUXILIARY TO HOLD j! DeWitt C. Jones: L. G. Powell, J. v? /.

and Mrs. T. J. Marshall, 28 Rohde avenue BAZAARThe !, Edwards, G. !M. Bennett, L. H. BUM'

1 I when Mr. Haynes Grant and man, S. L. Peek, Connie McNeul {

I. Miss Gladys Smith, of Jacksonville, Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres- Misses Etta Tison, Jessie Thomas] '

were united in marriage, Rev. J. J.Trcadwell byterian: church will hold their sale Mildred Crosby, Virginia McNeal. r.
_ of this city performing the in the Paul Tire Sales Co. store Sat. N11RS.

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I Ll $. i Miss\ Hildrc-d Marshall played the Fancy and useful articles, homemade -

g: t wedding march from Lohengrin. 1\Ir'l candies, and cooked food will Mrs. L. A. Davis charmingly I ,
s tJ 'Q Grant had as his best man, Mr. Carl be offered. Sandwiches with hot tea tertained the W. T. Weeks chap! <', ,,11

t o Marshall of this city, and the bride and coffee will be served during the U. D. C., Wednesday afternoon at ii, r I',
y \ voE'E was attended by Miss Adah Belle i afternoon. home on West Madison street.

\ :, fix. ap Quinlin, of Jacksonville. The bride This will be an opportunity to purchase The president, Mrs. J. M. Bro, i I'

"a r who is an attractive young woman, dainty gift, buy somethinggood lee, presided over the meeting i '
p 11 ";I trI' was becomingly dressed in a handsome 'I for the Sunday dinner, get some Mrs.\ O. L. Beasley transacted the ,' ,.' r.

'1'"', I, brown, satin-back, crepe frock, delicious\ sweets, and also enjoy a ties'of secretary. After business I ibeen I

., with hat and other accessories of drink from the "cup which cheers but I disposed of, 'a social half h.wr,

1 ; brown. I does not inebriate." Remember the was enjoyed, and during' this per ,.r rf!
1 i\\ : :Mr. Grart is the son of Mrs. W. J. date-Dec. 8th. the hostess served tempting fruit '-

.., Grant, of Jacksonville, and the late I nd, saltines, hot chocolate and wh'-

W. J. Grant, former well-known residents THE LAW mmE CLASS ENTERTAIN ;/ pc-d cream. Huge yellow chrysann
of St. Augustine, and the many II mums were used as decoration in 'I"' ..
friends of the family here will learn living$ room.

1 of his marriage with great Interest I The January meeting: will be h<-'Mat 1 i
t and will extend congratulations id I The Law Bible Class delightfully the home of Miss\ Etta Tison and

him and his bride. The bride is well I entertained the men's Bible class of Mrs. L. G. Powell.WOMAN'S .

kr."wOIn Jacksonville where she has the Baptist church.at the hospitablehome -- ___ ______
r I for some time' and has many of Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Quigley [ .- MISSIONARY SOCIETY :-

t I Tuesday evening. ELECT OFFICERS

: ,is originally planned for the I The reception hall was inviting arranged -1---- '
t '. to take place later in the with beautiful red and white Monday afternoon at a mectinir! "f t
1 yQal tihA but on account of the illness i I roses, the class colors, while all thru the Woman's !Missionary Society "f .

bride's mother the event was the house artistic vases of cut flowers tho Methodist church the following I
tioaro ; >; 'rl. It was decided to have a lent their beauty and fragrance : officers were elected for the coming
I .I ,. ;'aal I Bedding in the Ancient City,, to the restfulness of this attractive year: -
.... I tigjrs; r4 yJ: Nt" Qx ar rr LNrv; Y i and !Mrs. Marshall being life- home. President, Mrs. W. E. Middler..n.

li, jnds of the Grant family, the Shortly after the guests arrived n 1st vice president, Mrs. Arthur

I J ceremony was performed in their brief business meeting was held by Wood.
f J I. -. home. each class, after which the social 2nd vice president, Mrs. L. A. Dav

<\\ The mother of the groom( and many hour was entered( into heartily, and : is.
/ Santa Claus I is anxious to know cgraph. Be sure to write it right print your lector so that>> he can Wed reads friends of the couple from Jackson- I during the evening the following ,i Recording secretary, Mrs. J, W.
week. Send id m before
t, what you want.for Christmas. Send away so that ho will have time to it next ville and this city were present on numbers were rendered: : White. 1

'I' your letter to him in care of the Tel- make what you want. We want to nesday of next week.. ._- ---. the occasion. The happily married I Voice, Teach Me to Pray-Miss Jessie I Corresponding secretary, Mrs. C r.I f.
I -- couple registered at the Bennett Hotel ; Thomas, with Mrs. A. E. Wall, I Peck.

J" ENGINEER MAKE HIS REPORT Mrs E. R. Marshburn, II. R. Sapp, J. I It takes a good judge of a wrong and after spending several days piano. I Treasurer, Mrs. E. K. Pcrryman.
1 M. Brownlee, J. Vernon Jones, J. II.I thing to let it alone. here will return to Jacksonville, to I Rending, Homo-Mrs. Luther G.I I Leader of study circle, Miss Amelia -

r ON HIGHWAY I I Williams, J. L Stevens, J. L. Tormentor make their home.-St. Augustine I Powell. Ray.
N 1I 1\.\ W. A. Browning, T. A. Andrews, Many a stroke of genius is called Record. Voice, Hold Thou My HandMrs.A. Chairman social service committee,

I ).... (Continued From Page 1)) J. I.. Brooks, A. J. Cowart, Lawrence: madness-until it succeeds. E. Well, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Mrs. J. II. Ritch.CONCEItT 3

b Ij, Road No.1, grader gang! bridge Dev. Co., II. B. Aultman, Mrs. Martha SILCOX-LEE piano. '
I' gang, team gang, finishing gang, Morgan, A. B. Surrency, L. C. Some people are like a pinpointed Reading, When the Frost is on the I AT WOMAN'S CLUB "I
b if claying gang. I Powell, Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, Miss M. one way and headed another. Mr. Walter L. Silcox, of Starke, Pumpkin-Mrs. L. H. Eastman. I

\ I Road No. 3, right-of-way gang. Gaskins, P.;:. M. Barefoot, F. E. Henry and Miss Delia Lee, of Plant City, I A contest in Bible characters resulted Mrs. Grace Ilildritch Watson sang/
/II Road No. 12, right-of-way gang. Geo. F. Scott, P. L. Thomas, T. D.I I It is easier to find fault with a were married in the presence of a in Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones guessing to an appreciative audience Monday

k Road No.4, right-of-way gang, Dyal, M. F. Wiggins, A. O. Strick man than to find a man without a few intimate friends! and relatives at I, the largest number. This game evening" at the Woman's Club, for the
\I 1/1 fence gang. land, R. C. Groover, E. S. Gainey, R. fault. the home of Judge R. A. Green last I afforded much entertainment besides benefit of the club house fund.

Road No.9, right-of-way gang, 1 F. Pcmorest, Mrs. Annie Wood, Mrs. Thursday at 6 o'clock.Mr. being' instructive.Mr The stage was elaborately decorated
\ ditching gang, bridge gang. ,M. E. Edwards, J. W. White, Mrs. A. I How many people there are who Silcox is one of Bradford coun- I and Mrs. Quigley were assisted with chrysanthemums, making) a

Road No. 8, bridge gang. I G. Dudley, J. II. Cason, J. B. Rowe, G. mistake the band for the parade. ty's most promising young men, be- in receiving and looking after the j I charming setting for the talented sin

State road No. 13, north of Law. 'C. Cady, C. B. Roberts Mrs I. L. Pin- ing at present employed in the mercantile pleasure of their guests by Dr. and ger, who was gowned In silver bro
J holster T. L. Wainwright, James I Don't worry about making a mark establishment of G. II. Ben Mrs. J. J. Bullen. At the close of the caded cloth, with which she wore /silver
tey, right-of-way gang, grading gang I: I
r'I,' State road No. 13, Stnrke to Law- Hornsby, Mrs. T. E. Underhill, !Mrs.B. on the world; look out for the mark nett, near the depot. evening refreshments of home-made,, slippers and bandeau.Mrs. .
the world makes on you. His bride is the youngest daughterof cake coffee and was accompanied by or
l tey, concrete culvert gang, pipe, manhole E. Jones.AU'nnlOlUl.E. cocoa, whipped cream { Watson '
\ and catch basin I Mr. and Mrs. General Lee, of Plant were served, in which service the \ Mrs. Robert L. Hutchinson at the pi- -
f gang. I
State road No. 13, Starke to Hampton ; OWNERS ATTENTION Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight motored City, but until recently citizens of hostess! was assisted by Mrs. Geo. C. nno. The feature of the evening was I

1 ''i wheeler gang, fence gang, ditching I to Macclenny Sunday. Starke. The bride was one of Brad- I White, Mrs. Luther G. Powell, Mrs. an aria from Madam Butterfly, "One
;"f.f-> ford county's valued teachers and DeWitt C. Jones and !Mrs. J. M.1! Fine Day," In which the singer's rich :
; I : gang, grader gang. Bridge gang '
this woek. possesses a sweet and charming personality 1 Brownlee. The favors were art cardswith contralto voice delighted her audi! ,
I will start
Ex-Senator E. E. Canova has been I
which has won her a large each tied with Other number meeting
to Scripture verses, ence.
State road No. 13 Hampton I
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I Inspector
by Gov. Ilardee as an
appointed circle of friends. dainty bow of red ribbon. special favor were: Trees, A Birth- r
I Santa Fe river, elip gang, ditch gang. to look after the enforcement
The couple will make Starke their Those enjoying the evening's entertainment I tiny; Lindy Lou, I've Done Seen n
There has> been some agitation relating of the automobile license and registration I
future home. ] were: Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Calico Mule.A .
the location of the road T"'tf.j
to lawn of the state of Florida.
from Brooker to Dukes Ferry, the Bullen, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter
.. Under this appointment it is the dutyof i
t WELCH-RICHARD Mr. and !Mrs. Philip Gnaw, Mr. and new record for Florida: real estate -
present route as surveyed running by !Mr. Canova to see that all persona weekIn
'" the Hazen and not conforming t : !Mrs. A. M.\ Darby, Mr. and Mrs. H. transactions was set this y
property license .
t their automobile and ; '
pay Homer Alvin Welch of New A.I Orlando when couple from Pennsylvania
Mr. L. Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. F. a
to the old road. At this meetinga
I > and with the registration
1 comply River, and Miss Ruth Lillie Richard, Scott, Mr and Mrs. J. M. landed in Orlando and in i
delegation of citizens from that section laws by the last legisla- J''J-. DrownleeI
passed the
of Lake Butler united in marriage Klckliter Mr. and 110 minutes had looked over
and ask were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. lust
i# !, I, { ed that of the the county route be appeared changed to con ,ture Mr., Canok'arequests; the Telegraphto 1flt d HO.... 'NWH ''''151, by Judge R. A. Green at his office Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, :Mr. and Mrs. E" I properties, compared values and opportunities ""

form more or less to the old road. caution all : who have not kreian'ixrtas; ArKS' and"ads' Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.Mr. D. Card, Mr. and Mrs. G W Alderman and had ,purchased ar.diaid '. -
.' took action persons Welch Is the son of P. D. Welch F. O. Peterson, B. A. Kite, Men- for a 17-room apartment house
: I While the board no with these laws, -e;
i tho already complied yowY1bwN and is a prosperous young farmer of lames T. N. Limbaugh, A. E. Wall, L. W. Nelson. II.from B
neither rescinding present survey that they should do so at once, as he j
noted for his
the Bridge section
Long ,
,! nor designating the route asked for has instructions to see that they are t :> f'IJ > _
honesty and integrity, while his brideIs r
by the committee, they did arrange strictly enforced.Mr. .
1 to make a trip next Tuesday for the Canova is well qualified to fill the charming and accomplishedyoung MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
daughter of !Mrs G. M. Richardof GET YOUR
of looking over both routes.TELEGRAPH'S .
;" \ q purpose this position and no( doubt the appointment -
,, Lake Butler. She Is a very popular -
will\ meet with approval of '
of that
ROLL member of the young set
U, -HONOR the citizens .generally. city and her marriage was a surpriseto \REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING 1
,ot.;... ', Names of Those Who Paid Subscription SPECKS her many friends. INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,
'I During November A The young: couple will make their ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

home on the groorabride'i farm. _, BONDS, LIABILITY
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1 1.Indsey, R. S. Fernandez H..." Annie A poor memory makes a good,pessimist. Eefn.e l>;.:j'.r.s: (Tires bee Smith'for

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and, a babe has her career cut out for they sped\ along a great commercial

her by the Almighty. She has the I highway in a metropolis that before iiiii'LDREr

true! gold, and can well afford to give I (the: eighteenth amendment became
W. E. Yarbrough R. D. BowerY up for it the tinsel. It must' be exhilarating operative was notorious because of V1Eit AND STRONFCIJ
to1 gifted woman to be ablo its 7OHO saloons and numerous breweries

to sway the feelings of vast audiences and distilleries. ( d..l! ,''en who an1vi," ,1.), I'' ,
with her song. But it is more du !e4' \IVptd-.Mai: i;:..,
"Here t the devastation begins\ ," remarked 1 .iiU.il, (tit,, 11'. ll "OIlI'J i:! ,
God-like for her to soothe her own ( tin quiet man, pointing to u i/'onh/ I ,}' n, i.ll'n', pure I liluml.I, I I, ?|, '
little one to sleep with a lullaby. Rip- line up-to-ilatu bank building. "On ttuicy: : !>i."l,">! lirni, wilnl IK. h. \
ples and roars of applause are sweet Ihn (an.'on'vety' '' Child \\ill 1 I",
this site where the bank
you see us ,
by li'lti'i''! it. At
but the lisping of a woman's own i ; your din; ;
fur back 1 remember there in ,,
as can liquid and\ ] labii-l flu 111.
child are of all things infinitely I
__ k sweeter. 0 for more little corners j stood" before prohibition nn unsightly Free Trial Tafclas S..r/';; :: /rm:,; o otallit. V
saloon) where !gathered every night "r Citnl.I '. I'M.Ma'uMn' ', '
in God's creation that we call home! and hundredsof tar) HI lll'Illl, 'I, Tl.t" .1 t I' ,tl I U.1VM-, l>f 'l-.l,' ,
( especially ,
pay ,
So at this season of the we nu mum' \ j n.inu at' .1' ., .
r year men who deposited their weekly M. J. luxjUrJm 'i C". ,8 W..iiL-i, ;rf't; ; ,
stand again about the look I
earnings und received in return
ing into the face of the little child de'sPpto4anan
quid poison that turned them :,
) who has honored all childhood, difini- II-I
',>' beasts. Observe the men who nre
fled all womanhood, and sanctified the ,
tering this place-many cf them
home relationsh. We ought to walk
r :same 'ones who formerly frequented
[ with firmer 'tread we ought to'lIve Tonic and ',
_ / ; the saloon.: See them with bunk Blood Enrichet ;
In a better atmosphere; we ought to vocfvnoo**J a.u i _,_ "-
books in making their :
hand deposits. I'
: :(;: find! I it difficult to sin, and easily'pos- j
Bankers tell us.that savings have increased -
,1//!!" Bible to''''right.because of the Bethlehem
.,.)!*". 'over 4Q> per cent since prohibition ly to let his companion oat, I ";
story; .The whole world oughtto
-4 ;" speak a new language\ seeing that began. /'WhAt do-you" think of sight,: of little folks crowding II'' \
: that sort of, devastation. ? I neat little candy and fruit shop,,
""''',h we are'not'only part of it, but m'asters' v
'.' :. \ of it, 'since the Maker is our "I never dreamedbegan the citizen' hug to .spend their !pennies. for 1tI'

: ""': Father and ,His ,Son is our Brother: who, did. noti'think'' but his com-I some npples, oranges or sweet. l ''
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Hail,*Son of. ,Man, Son of God, panion gave. him 'no () ''ained the quiet man. "Th; ; '"

'' Father ,manifest In our flesh! Great I[finish hie sentence:!, where now the children fniiiiu, "

> '. '; :. U the mystery wonderful the fact" "Please observe that fine grocery used to be a beer emporium d">? ,>I i '

,} ,. gladdening the, joy of it all! across the street and the delicatessen ed most of the time with it, pr.l.,. | J

{- .' '. I tore in the middle of,tho block, and in the form of unsightly, ,01| i ,,11

: : THE CITIZEN WHO mo NOT the tlothing store on the!..opposite eor- ':, human beings in various - As A Christmas Gilt, i
; THINK ,, nre," proceeded the quiet'man. "The ." 1

.', first! you may not recognize as what "Enough, enough!!" criedv\

I. was known in anti-prohibition daysas zen who did not think. "ITIIi \',' \non \ .
? ( As 'he; lounged in the comfortable Jim Dnly's joint raided nearly every I me, man. I spoke hastily I ,

Practical 'and :Useful ;; club,room,, the'citizen who did not month for tho disorderly. conductof i i er have taken the time to im> -' ,.t J,
think"was freeing what mind he had
its customers. The second, now
I and learn the facts. The nervy' ViI
on.the: prohibtlon question "An im patronized by housewives, was Czar- I have told me the prohibition )In ,A ;.}
: position-that Volstead law," he necki's barroom which decent ,,
: Tube
; A Red Air-Gaffe Inner no so poorly enforced it was a i n '
; stormed. "Ruining the country everything' I
; woman dared pass! 'after dark. The to the' City; it was ruining Im, [;
going to the dogs: Most third, where now, mothers go to get 'and the people."
: foolish''; niove'the United State's ever their Johnnies Tommies outfitted '
and .. I
"No man who is privileged i. I
"j. made; What wouldn't I give to have
for school was a ,saloon with a disreputable : citizen the f

41 The tube is made af the heaviest' andbest, ,rubber.., ,'The Air-Gage.is'rightVbn:: the good old times, back." 'ladies', entrance where 'world ought of to greatest let his republic rewwpai ,\ >
The quiet man in the tapped started her downward
corner girl'
a on '
the tube and is guaranteed not to .I leak'there being a;'$ 1 OO.Guarantee witheach gently :Ion ,the arm of his chair and path many to ruin.,, :, quiet his civic man.thinking for him," quill) .I'I'

looked!, thoughtful. "If I had only known' began the
Id. ': "You aro'right," confessed tl., -
one sol . \' "Making us the laughing stock of citizen -who"..did not:, think, but tho ,.
." .. : izen! who did not think. "I d" in.'
) ) the'' world," ranted the citizen who quiet man Interrupted: him. "I.c>t me ,
nerve to be a titizen. I am WMI-P i .
: ,:' ; does not think. "Look what 'ts done show you"one more sample of,the destruction .
the most ignorant foreigner/: in I Hi I. i idid't1ot'tt'yto
1 "" to this city/ pl'fhibition'hus wrought! in '
I know the truth. Pi',
ti i Ift, :, Every
; (,. ed to action. "Yes, let's look," he the stock yard:'!' district, a place to begin.to counteract the infliifii 1 .
proposed gently but decisively."Come |r notorious for.yards as Whiskey Row F.
Own Inner Tubes : I have been exerting against the j jhibition
:;. with me, will you? My car is at the.I "See that beautiful day nursery? law, and let my ii"',<

; .' : door. We'll go on a tour of Inspec- ]'t Look'at: that group of happy boys and know the truth as you have "h"! .
tion and see what devastation actually girls That nursery and tho grounds I to me.j."
has been wrought by prohibition." where the..<-hildren play occupy the I '"q'

The citizen who did not think was space-ouce: used for fifteen saloons

iJ4r.t a bit taken aback by the suddeness of before prohibition. Delightful piece )
The Quinine That Docs" Not" Affect I ICC lie I IBrcopiif
Paul Tire Sales "
Company the proposition, but being a good devastation! isn't it? of Its tonic end lannlwe caret I IT1VF.
sport he followed the quiet man to 'rThe car whirled around the corner !: UROMO QUININE! ; (Tab ,-..) can I In-',," '
I I j jI ,
I bylyiin- without raiiHini') nrrvonxnr.a i
his cnr, took a seat by his. side and hand the quiet man stopped it abrupt- t :! k. -..;. E.W.iKOVESU. : iiiii,<- ;'ui

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THE DIGNITY OF CHRISTMAS for any special nK'lon.of.. .the ,earth. toil ofherhome! ; and the burden of II :.tJ/1i/.tl:! !. I,

I tie did not come''to form some local ber;little ones, looks out through the ",; ,4K: ,; ',: '

(By J. J. Bullen)' attainments!, or to create some limited curtained,windows and "eees other \r "" ',' I'I't
sentiments. ne was a cosmopolitan women moving'In'' the gay and happy u' st
The story that never grows'old win child. Ha came to be the delivererof throng, and wishes that she were not I

"thousands+ all men, *o that the'whole world tied down'so fast'to. home and fam '.;'

can claim relationship with Him. His ily. Tea, her burden is heavy, we all )1'S
the days of the week before us. For blood 'la the royal blood of humanity; recognize, it; but, mother rememberit .

t nineteen centuries' it has' been told and because of this, the story of Ills i.. the most dignified and precious! I ,..' .., ,
1 and retold, yet" the ,te1linof/ ,fit";today birth appeals to the love,of all races burden ever, borne by the:children of ,";'T'' ?::1 .

attracts and inspires'' men as and conditions of men., "He' is the men It"must'bave" been some suchthouiht (; : ) .. ;
when first told by' the' wonderingshepherds'who Saviour .of 'all men."' as this,,that 'tha poet,had in ,, ""
had stood in the natal \Sju

But have you ever thought of how mind when", he wrote_: ; ,
chamber in Bethlehem ,Judea f.
much Christmas dignifies some of the I .
and looked upon the infant form, of 0 great heart"of God! whose lovingCannot
common experiences of life? Perhaps
hindered be crossed _
the Son of the Highest. or 1 1I
t it la because these experiences Will not weary-will not l1
And why should it be otherwise? even
are so common that we the more easily In death itself be lost-
? our r#" "
Indeed, how could it be otherwise
forget them.'Christmas Love divine!'of such great loving 3 z-,'.:: I
We .never grow tired of seeing the
morning/! light Three hundred end sheds dignity; upon the Only mothers know the cost;. ,1
child. Bethlehem has made childhood 'ost of love which all love \
passing! : .
sixty-live times a year it dawns, yet j i
forever memorable and worthy of thehilt'h."t Gave Son to the lost" '
l a !lave! \
each morning is as new and bright:
',r and sweet and welcome us any of the respect. What a common And'then think of how Christmas .J 1 -- .it: \
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thing, after all, i ilt child. Childrenare ,
'' mornings we have alroadly seen and a has dignified < the home. There is a h .
t born every day, and though the need to teach afresh ,
rnjoyed. Neither can we !grow weary great ,today thedllt'nity J "V' "
story is old, it is ever new in the .! ; .
and honor the
with the telli K of tho story of theworld's placed upon '. ;
Redeemer. Today, it is anew home where the child appears. Childhood home by the Bethlehem story. Thereis ... .t ,i.
is the mastering influence in all ..
and. sweet and, welcome to us ns a phase of Socialism that aims directly r "
L when first\ heard in the early years life. When ehildhood goes: out of the "at the destruction of the home "' ,," *' I,
p of our childhood; and the older we world and the home, the light of life I Idea Then the growing customs in :,::-- : --- That Please .:T .
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dies out, and life itself ceases from our large cities make it ; ".. !
grow: the more welcome to na is the I increasingly I
the earth. And it is the child spirit :'! t
- / day and the story of the wonderful difficult to .,maintain the sanctities of I
that we must seek and possess if we I the old-time home. Candies
birth. People are living Nunnally's Hand Decorated Candles
would be accepted at the door of the i ;
In heap. There the crowded
So for a few days wo shall bo traveling a are
hack, in thought, to old Judea, Kingdom. It all reminds one of the tenements for the poor and equal Kodaks and Albums ,Candle Sticks: i7
I' !
words! of Ernest Warburton Shurt- "
ly crowded for the rich
and once more look in upon the home- apartments ; '
ly picture in the cattle stall; and aswe I liff', when he said: There is the central dining room and Imported"Perfumes Perfume Combinations> "

do so, we shall! see in the plain- "O little one, smile and bless me! restaurant in each apartment house, <': TO. -> >iO4'k' II

iieM and simplicity of it all a gran- For somehow know not whyI the influence of which is to break Combination Coffretts f .1.E'i inevotationery i; '{,

t dour, which it could never have possessed feel in my soul, when children smile down the old time privacies and sacred ,: ; : I

had the place and conditions That angels. are passing by; )privileges of the home. But in Everysharp Pencils "fWanlPerir: ?''': :'_: ;

l of the birth been any different from I feel that the gates! of heaven the Bethlehem story the home atmos I'

what they were. The picture, Just as Are nearer than r knew, phereis sanctified, and one seems to Waterman Fountain Pens "-c': ., 1 Smokers", Supplies i ::1

God has set it, is the joy of the ar- That the light! and the hope of that feel again that the true home is the '

s tist. He tells iia that he would be sweeter worMLike gateway to heaven, indeed that it is Cut GlassElectrical Ivory Ware.. r f'

unspeakably', disappointed, and the the dawn, are breaking thru. heaven on earth. Let the Christ' child I

picture he nothing to him, had it been Then it is wonderful to behold the come into the home; let Him be not Gifts Engraved, Greeting ,Cards I, ;

le without the lowly manger, the hum dignity that Christmas has shed up only a visitor at he Christmas season

Me shepherds, and even the cattle on motherhood. To the mother has but let Him be the permanent guestin : i I

!standing' by to add to the simplicity come the !greatest crowning of wom the home. For so doth Bethlehem Our line of Accessories for preparing Christmas Packages includes Tinsel '

of tho occasion. So every lover of anhood. Coleridge sang: "A mother dignify the home.
Tissue in all Colors Christmas Ribbon
Cord Tags and Seals I
art finds the highest satisfaction. in is a mother still The holiest thing In this connection I should like to II
the manger story and the Babe of alive." quote the words of a popular actress, I

Hethlehem for the verdict of art is who has given successful
; Motherhood is a royal domain up a can'orfor

that no splendid! attendants! no magnificent where the reign is absolute. It is motherhood and the home. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY ,

apartments, no "royal" child still true that "th hand that rocks "Let us not talk about art," she
could have ever done for the world of hand that rules the
the cradle is the said as she prepared for her final ap

art what Jesus the lowly child did world." And it is the Bethlehem' story pl'arancC'Vbat is art compared to MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE

1 when He came, born of the Virgin; that places the sceptre where it the home? I have a home and a ba-

?4 Mary, in the old! City of David. belongs./ The holiest service to which by. Applause is mine today; tomor-

., But not only does the world of art God has called woman is motherhood. row it goes to someone else. But my

1 find its fullest satisfaction in the story The greatest honor given to woman- home and my baby are my own, mine Opposite Stumps

and birth of Jesus, it satisfies also hood is the fact that the Son of God indeed, and they are the things worth
the great world of humanity. It came to earth, born of a woman to while in life." J

appeals to the love of all men. In it tell the sweetest story of live the What a wise head and a true heart! I J1 J1u

the poor and the rich find equal sat- world has: ever known. Would God many other women could

isfaction. The Child was not given Many a mother, crowded with the realize it! A woman who has a home _

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