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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FORTY-FIVE. STARKE FLORIDA: FRIDAY: DECEMBER II, 1923.! NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE.:=/


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OPERETTA WILL BE GIVEN BY DEATH OF FRED LAGERGREN OIIIMSTM4S BAZAAR AND SUP. '

B. H. 8. STUDENTS I I'ER AT CLUIIHOUSK

Monday afternoon, December 10th, I THE "GOOD" UTilE BAD BOY

\kt Next Friday evening;, the 21st Inst. the sad news of the death of Fred W. This afternoon (Friday) at 3:30: ( p. i

:, pupil of the B. H. S. will give a Lagergren at Washington, reached I m., the ladies bazaar with all kinds f

',r r pleasing: operetta entitled "The Trial his relatives here. This announcement. : of beautiful fancy work and Christmas .

!. of John and Jane." Those taking: part had been preceded by telegrams, tel. !gifts! opens at 'the Woman's clubhouse

(1 in this pretty entertainment will be: I ling of his serious illness, and much ;33.ooo.ooo-- NOTHING The bazaar1 M fA being handled!

( Hugh Brownlee, Jr., Comer Long;, sympathy was bestowed on. the be- by l the ladies of the! club and they extend

Eugene Matthews, Alvin Beck, Hamilton reaved family. MsLLON ; i,; FOR YOUTHIS' .. K cordial, invitation to the general

I Hitch James William Brownlee 0 ', # public to call and look over their
( The deceased, a son of Mr. and Mrs TA !' i
Joe Sistrunk, Owen Griffin' Joseph H. E. Lagergren, was born near ) YEAR work. Boginnmg at 6:30: in the evening

Thomas, Glen Hedges, Mozelle Me- Starke in 1890.( During the threatening I / a very delicious supper will b.

Gruder, Merton Clark, Elmer McMil trouble with. Mexico, he had a pi.A r- SONNY/ served with lot of good, things to eat

lan, Don Hoover, Paul Knight, William great desire to become a soldier and It will bi handled in cafeteria styleso

; Duncan, Merrill Struth, Glenn after several unsuccessful applications that those attending can get what
Lucian Kickliter I! t they like moat and all that they want l
Wood, Charles Billy on account of his youth and immaturity Neee6arLAror

Graham, Ben Sternberg, Thomas : he was granted enlistmentin s t t ) f of it. r

.: Howze, Theodore Young, Misses Hazel I I April, 1915. lie was assigned to s l

I', Middleton, Harriet Ritch, Gusaie the 3rd Field Artillery at Fort Sam THE ROADS .

Mae Bennett, Mary Canova, Grace Houston, Texas. After about a year

,'., Wood, Isabel Fernandez, Florence spent in this regiment he was trans- Every progress that i is made. in the ':

Andrews, Beatrice Bullen, Mildred ferred to the 2nd Artillery and sent Qc work of constructing the Bradford ',

Gill, Elise Jones, Fanny Darby, Thel- to the Philippines. After four years' county system of improved road is

ma Snellgrove, Ethel Griffin, Blanche service there he was transferred to watched for and noted with great interest .

..f Alderman, Elizabeth Andrews, Thel- the recruiting; service at Angel Island by the citizens of the county

.l ma Andreu, June Bullen, Etta Fay California. particularly. Almost before we knowit

;. Gill, Alice Fernandez, Evelyn Stump, While in the Philippines a spinal JafNMrN our roads will be completed. In
Martha Powell ; an Interview with tho chief engineer,
Lois Adkins, Lois Long, trouble, probably originating while --=--
i Pauline Miner, Marjorie Stump. <1 a E. R. Nuts, a few facts of progress ti +
undergoing; the severe training in the ;;>-- t) --
I will be assisted : of the work were brought et '
The above pupils/ mounted service, began to be felt, --
I by John Powell, Harold Wall, S. E. and became more pronounced while Just at present the work of driving
DeWittC. tent piling at the Santa Fe river'
Claus. Mrs.
Ritch and Santa
I' he was in (:California. After receiv-
Jones will be at the piano. The ing an honorable discharge he went -- crossing at the county line between
N1A fjPs4c Bradford and, Alachua ( 1 in
of
operetta is under the direction 'quntl'Is
''j back east and worked until the inroads -
I Mrs. A. E. Wall, voice teacher for the of his trouble compelled him to progress. The ditching gang has begun
school. I I 60E Ess .-.. operation on the Kingitley lake
apply for hospital help from the government --
I -; ezel'DOUBLE road. For the number of days
Price of admission will be 25 cents past
and he was placed in a hospital .
I have been at work on road'! No.
for adults and 15 cents for children. at Gulfport, Miss. Eventuallythe gangs
Proceeds will be given to the school.( : physicians there confessed that U west from Lawtey, and just recently -
, I some teams have been added to
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: I his trouble was very unusual and baffling
the forces there. Thin means that
JOHN CHAPLINThe i and he was sent to Walter Reed .
-- the work.of grading that section 'wilt
, Hospital, Washington. After carefully
;. remains of John Chaplin arrived studying his condition there for DEATH IN GARDINER I I I DEATH OF !MRS. FLANAGAN I/ECEJIIIEU !MEETING: : tW! \\'<>.M- go forward with Creator spoed. Also '
I the past week n tlit'hinlllanr/ has
FAMILY! AN'S t'LUIl
afternoon from could not -
medical
In Starke Tuesday some time, the men ,)I
,, Mrs. A. J. Flanagan died at her been placed at work on this. road,
Jacksonville, accompanied by L. O. diagnose his case to their satisfac- -
Chaplin and Mrs. E. B. Croft, son tion, and he was sent to Johns Hopkins News reached Starke Thursday of I home in the Heenan William. settlement The Woman's Club held their ngular No. i 0, on the portion running past of
last week that Mrs. Hester Hood December 8th afteran afternoon lit Lawtry. Tho concrete culvert work
and daughter of the deceased. Funeral Hospital, Baltimore, celebratedas ,, Saturday, mt'l.tnllVelntlOday
Director D. C. Jones tool being the best in the country. He well remembered hero as Miss ]Hester ; illness of three weeks. the club hoiiHu. IIn tl'slOelOII': ''' between Starke and Lnwtcy on th.. "

charge, and the funeral cortege went was thero given radium treatment, Gardiner, had died at her homo in The deceased was born in West Virginia dame: L. D. Green] Nulls Hughes, N state highway hill been completed! r

I to Crosby cemetery, where the inter- and while in Starke a short time ago, Gainesville the same day. Mrs. Hood December 4, 1851. She WitS H. Hull, O. L. )Haynes, J. C. Hoover'>> and the contractors have moved their

ment took place in the family burial said that he was improving, and was was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. married, in 1878, and to thin union six i Frank Hoover and (J. M. (IInlllll. gangs on the section of the state

!. ground. Rev. T. J. Hedges, of the I hopeful that he would soon be able to F. Gardiner and was born in Starke children were.born. She came to thin. !Mrs. II. H. Young conducted the highway south of Stnrke. Contractor

First Presbyterian church ot Starke,, leave the hospital and resume his about 25 years ago. She leaves her section with her son' S. W. Flana class in parliamentary law tit 2\0!:!\() after Johns in moving the dirt about as )k

conducted the obsequies.John I work. But this was not to be. Soon husband, an infant, three brothers,, gan, about three years ago. She wag which a short businesH session I. rapidly/ as it ran bo moved between J k

Chaplin was born, at Mocks- meningitis set in, and, the spine already and one sister, and at the time of a true Christian and a loving mother followed. I Starko /and Hampton on the state
I her death her mother to her since here her trait. Tho educational In highway. Ills wheeler gang U. now: f, :
ville, N. C., in 1839. He joined the being_ effected, there was no mourn and coming good program was
Confederate army during the War Icparture. She was very popular nn made her many friends. Of near relatives charge of Mrs. L. A. Davis, who read nt work making the fill\ at tho Seaboard '[I'

Between the States and was color cure.The account of her talents and genial disposition she' is survived' by three son, a paper on Efficiency.: "In HMtii'iitloi crossing about 2 miles north ,:
deceased, was well liked on account -
bearer in Hoke's division. Forty and her many excellent who have the sympathy of all in their America Half( Not Fiiiled", wan the of Hampton. The bridge on the Ilcil- f
of his friendly, cheerful dispo-
t he moved to Florida, partof traits. bereavement. ,subject of n paper read, by Mrs. 10.: K. : bronn Springs read where thu road Ii]
aid
years ago sition and repugnance to accept
Interment in of Funeral Kdwurd: Ilurnrt din crosses the Wuteroak, in expected to u1,
the time living in Starke. About as long as he could possibly help him Monday news came to the effect was charge IVrryman. Mrs.
ten he moved to Jackson that Mrs. Hood's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Director D. C. Jones and wan at cussed tho subject, "When Doe I be completed this week 11I
years ago self. He was a member of the churchof .
These little advances that being
ville, after the death of his wife, by Christ. Of near relatives he leaves, Gardiner, had died! at a hospi Kingsley cemetery Sunday. Rev. F.. Health I Education Itegin7" I are
: made each week and which- j
whose side he now sleeps. He was a besides his parents, a sister, Mrs. Al- tal in Jacksonville, whence she had Williams conducted the obsequies.! Miss Hilda Struth; favored, the audience I may
small in forging
print are rapidly
seem -
of excellent character, industrious been removed from her home in with two lovely voice numbers
man McMillan of Jacksonville.The
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the links in tho rhaln which is
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and kind hearted. lie is survived Gainesville for the cure of a trouble FIVE MILE namely: Could. I (Tnnti) and (lund ,
casket containing the remains going tn give Bradford! county a ,
his L. O. Chaplin, Jacksonville long standing. The remains were I Night, Little Sunflower (Frederick, / SYII-
by son, a pf
i I arrived on the 12:16: train Thursday : tom of Improved road that will be ;
Five Mile )Deo. 11. Messrs.\ P. P. .
, business man, and a daughter, brought to Gainesville and depositedin Vanderpool) .
morning and were taken in charge by Dekle I). I. Illume G. W. and L. G. hostesses served second to none.
Mrs. E. B. Croft, of Hernando. Much the family vault in the Catholic I The tempting
Funeral Director D. C. Jones. The On last Tuesday the bond trustees
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Johnson killed last week. sandwiches hot chocolate with
sympathy is felt for them in their be I cemetery there Tuesday afternoon, at hogs and
funeral services took place st the with thc reavement.The the side of her daughter who had pre II. T.. Duke has returned, from Lake marsh mallow*.
Christian church at 2:30: p. m., con I niado an inspection! trip, looking over'
pallbearers at the funeral were ceded her in death only a few days. City where he has been engaged/ In -
I ducted by Rev. W. E. Daugherty, anda EXTRA MAIL 8KRVICK: the present and proposed. routes that
R. S. Humphrey, F. F. Stump, J. M., special choir sang beautifully. TIle Mrs. Gardiner was a daughter of work for several weeks. aru in question between Brooker and

Mitchell A. S. Crews, C. A. Futch, W. interment was in the family lot at the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kite, L. G. Johnson and Mrs. Barbara For the holiday rush of mails the Dukes Ferry. Both routes were studied
W. Baisden. The deceased hav- and was born on their homestead on Dukes are on the /nick list thin week. along with the chief
Crosby cemetery. pontoiricH in making the announcement carefully engineer
Sampson lake 65: years ago. In the !Mrs. P. P. Dekle Is recovering froma
ing been a member,of the local military that from December 15th to the and the final decision on the
i ATTENTION=/ AMERICAN! LEGIONThe company Captain J. L. Peek, curly 80's she was married to S. severe attack of lagrippe./ 25th the mail clerk who has the regular route will tin made ot the January

\ commanding; Co. G., detailed squadsto Francis Gardiner, who came hero T. H. Rimes, of !Miller, called on run from Waldo to Cedar, "Key meeting of the hoiird. *

.: American Legion will\ hold an act as pallbearers and perform in from Baltimore and engaged in the P. I>. Dekle Saturday. He had just will have his run extended, to Jack
Headquarters : of de. real estate business. To the union returned from trip to Palmetto and CARD OK THANKS
important meeting at Legion full such services in behalf a a sonville. In other words between the
" over W. L. Overstreet'a ceased member as are prescribed for were born three sons, Owen, Frank was enthusiastic in his estimate of above mentioned dates the Cedar Key

. store, adjoining the armory hall. Thin such occasions.The and Sim, and two daughters, Amanda conditions in that section.P. train will handle mail to and from all ,I We desire to express our profound)

place will be open day and night, and flower gifts were profuse and and Hester, all of whom, exceptthe P. Dekle spent Sunday in Bald local points between Jacksonville antI thanks to the I peojdo of Starke, who '

I within a short time will be furnished tasteful. The most conspicuous wasa last named survive her. She later Cn lar Key. HO' kindly assisted, un at our father'

with everything necessary for the large bouquet of most exquisite became a widow and when, a few win.T.. II. Itimes and son, Wilbur, visited burial, anti wo unsure them, that wa. ,',.
comfort of members of this post.. chrysanthemums, donated by President years ago, her sons decided to move relatives here Sunday. TOMATO GROWERS sincerely appreciate their food) offices. -

There will be a legion post sign and and !Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. And to Gainesville, she and her daughters )<

I 6 you can't get lost when.coming to thus, draped in Old Glory, surrounded also made that city their home. Times Oren force Dekle, of the Sunday Union here County with Those who wish to contract their I., f). Chaplin, Mrs. Mewl Croft. d
spent
i town. Call in and see how we are by flowers, another American soldier Mrs. Gardiner was a good wife and his parents.Mr. tomatoes and have the tilted and fertilizer .

l and leave your address!! whether you rests in peace. mother and reared her children to advanced, see A. R. Moore at AT 'I'llIIC: }; FACTORY
become good men and women. She and Mrs. James Goodge had at ,
l are a member or not. Starke, at once': so I can place your -, ,
We will hold our meeting Saturday RODE THE GOATOn was of a quiet disposition and, seldom guests Sunday Mrs. I). I. Blume, Misses want in time. I'll contract your tomatoes Carpenter and concrete" layer are )
All solders left her home, yet was always readyto Gertrude and Kxtelle Parrlih. the ire )Foundation
Dec. 15th, at 7:30: p. m. and furnish need and fertiliz limy at factory./
sailors\) and marines are invit last Wednesday, December r2th alleviate suffering and to sympathize Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke visited er. ItFUNCK I lit doing put down for a 75 h. p. Diesel -

ed. Look out for the big supper for nine of the citizens of Starke and I with those stricken with sor Mrs. Barbara )flukes /Sunday.' crudu! oil burning engine of tho

it is coming some time soon. We now Bradford county were introduced into row.Beside Mm. Barbara Morgan, of Brooker, =/ ; POSTS: : WANTEDThe typo u"etlnt the power, house, and repairs
have a membership of 25 men. but we the mysteries of the Shrine at Morocco I her children the deceased I visited relatives here Saturday and am being done.. Before the

want all who served In the World Temple in Jacksonville. At the leaves the following brothers and sisters i Sunday. r hoard of bond, trustees of Bradford work In completed H coM storage compartment -

War. time considerable concern was evidenced to mourn her departure: James Mrs. Josie Stewart, of Newberry, county will receive bidi on Dec., will probably be added.

r Membership Committee by different 'ones, but as far David Robert, Silas, Perry and Arch and Mrs. Hattie liranncn, of Luke 22, 102.1=1, for approximately 1/idO

i -- as we are able to learn all nine have Kite andIrs.. Avey Stilley, of Butler, were recent visitors here. fence posts on the Rosier road, between There has. been nome delay In the

1 DAILY CITRUS MARKET REVIEW returned safely. It is quite a feather Starke and Mrs. Hattie Hicks, Rosetta Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dukes visited state aid road No. 13 and, the work of connecting up the new light

in the cap of Bradford county thata Willison and Leata Austin, of relatives in Lake Butler Saturday. Granny Ford on New River. Pout to plant with the hutinen sanction of our

Tn keeping with its policy to give class of this size represented her in Jacksonville, all of whom were present Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy visited be six feet long and six in diameterat city due to the fact that an error occurred -

its readers the best obtainable in features the festivities. The following are the at the funeral. Much sympathy 'I relatives/ in Midway Sunday.M. the top, and to be heart pine or at the factory in shipping. theransformers.

and news, the Tampa Times has gentlemen who were honored, with the I.i being felt for' the bereaved family. A. Blackwelder closed a suc- heart black cypress. Hid to be filed\ l ; The company shipped

completed arrangements to publish a right to wear the fez: G. M. Sis- cessful five months term of school at with W. K.: Torode, Lawtey, Fla. 5 KW transformer* instead of the 15

daily letter from the Florida Citrus trunk, W. K.: Torode, G. M. Inman,"E. CARD OF THANKSWe Five Mile Dec. 12th. Sickness lowered KW size ordered. However, the com

Exchange. This letter will containan L. Biggs, W. :M. Wainwright, E. H. the average during the last month. Reckless tongues are like barbed pany has the right size on the way

authentic report on the conditions Smith, J. W. Andrews, Jr., L. W. well know that thanks are not Our section Is again visited with an arrows that fester with the poison of and very likely. it will bo only a few
and N. Sternberg. desired by those kind friends to whomwe days until they will arrive and be
of the citrus market, and, will be of Strickland epidemic of measles.Mr. hell where they lodge.
interest and real service to every citrus are indebted, yet we wish to express I Howell and son, of Union City, connected up so that the whole city '
REV. SIMPSON=/ RETURNED TO our appreciation for the services were visitors here Saturday. NOTICE will be enjoying the splendid! current

The grower.subscription price of The Times STARKEAt ; and sympathy we were the recipients Many of our farmers are busy preparing furnished by the new plant.
$3 for of during our late bereavement. land for extensive Irish potato This is to inform the public that I
by mail in Florida is $6 a year;
delivered the annual Methodist confer Especially: to Capt. Peek and his sol planting- have severed my connection with the Everything: human he/m-i" in a mistake -
2c day
six less than a
months
mail box.Subecriptlon ence, just ended at Bradentown, Rev.L dier boys, the ladies who donated the Starke Woman' Christian ITnlon. In but the biggest, mistake I Is to

to your orders should be addressed B. Simpson was returned to this exquisite flowers and 'to those who CARD OF THANKS the future my membership will be in begin nothing for' fear of making. a

Circulation Dept., Tampa church. This news will be received had a part In the beautiful church the state union. I wish to sincerely mistake at the beginning.
to
12-14-tf with great pleasure by all, no matter service. I wish to extern my heartfelt thank everyone who has in any way ,
Fla.
Times, Tampa, what denomination they belong! : to ne Lagergren Family. punks to all who so kindly assisted co-operated with me In this Important The piece of your mind that you

road to comfort- as Mr. Simpson, through his hearty, me during my sad bereavement, as Christian work during the past twenty give your neighbor Is not the place r?
There are two I .. :U... F. A. Scott St-.1 like to acknowledge, ... tat
-Jil! end less -"" '. :ixifv; he* endeared himself Tis more royal to be kindly thanto well as fir the beautiful flowers ye. 'f .
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earn rare f' -. ;;. ? I I
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I t Ito all. be kingly. I S. W. Flanagan.' Fla. .
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Safety Razors
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Spoons For the Sportsman t f1


Coffee Spoons for Small I ryli

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+ 'A Chest of Silver is M Individual Salad or Pastry SILK LINES Gifts This Season .;

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PLATE IRONS;/ !
Knife and Fork Seta "

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the 'Baby's
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Lemon or Relish Forks

: Olive or Salted Nut Spoons

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a n.e state, that mail from his office ad- system to haul greater loads. town section of Fort Myers. Jeal- apparently unconscious condition. lie

dressed to Popham, had been returned ously prompted the act, police stated. sent a hurry call to police headiiuar
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph with the notation: "fraudulent, no Frank Johnson, 60, of Molino, did, tern and before the arrival of officers :
i h mail delivered to party," on the envelope from the effects of injuries sustained effected an entrance through the win .J'
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Clifton Wadsworth, 15, died at
4 -------------1: 1L The Daily Democrat, of Tal- in an automobile accident Monday, Madison following gunshot woundhe dow. Noticing a distinct odor of gas '
lahassee, also announced in today's when he was hit by a car driven by a when he raised he window, the physician t ,
I received while out Friday.
ve StateJNews: --I edition that copies of the paper ad- E. E. Johnson. The driver was place hunting hastily dragged the three members t
The lad, in with other boys,
e ......_. ...... dressed to Mr. Popham had been returned ed in jail on a charge of driving a car company railroad track of the family to the front porch
i4. with a similar notation on while under the influence of liquor, was walking along a where he administered a stimulant. ;
Told by Our Exchanges. carrying the gun with the barrel in i
them. and following the death of his victim Rushed to a hospital the trio quickly
front. He stumbled and the gun,
-. --.... ------- the charge of manslaughter was added revived and tonight are none the
tilting forward, struck on the rail,
Brooksville was visited by another The Lake City commissioners en Aubrey Lee Nickels was given an- discharging and the shot struck him worse for their experience.

band of thieves some time last week, tered into a contract with Roberts & other lease on life when the state supreme Ed Turner, of Mulberry, broke the in the left leg just below the groin. I
;f L it being discovered on Thursday by Co., of Atlanta, the past week, in court ordered that its mandatebe strawberry price record of this sea- Sound principles are more to be desired ;

Capt. Hobbs that a thief or thieves preparation of the many needed'pub- recalled from the circuit court of son today by selling between fifty and Presence of mind of an Orlando than savory

r'i 1 a had entered the armory and stolen lie improvements which have been Volusia county, the case be reinstatedon sixty quarts of berries at $1.90 per physician and emergency treatmentat policies.'I'
I belonging to the under consideration for some time. the docket of the court and that a Habitual 'I
valuable property quart. Last Tuesday he sold 68 baskets a local hospital prevented the extermination In 14 to :
national guard. The thieves gained The company has a force of men on rehearing be granted on the questionof for $1.30 each. of a family of three here "LAX-FOS WITH
entrance by boring a hole in the door the job making a thorough survey,, whether a writ of error coram no- Thursday. Summoned to the homefo : preparedSyrupTonic-Laxs'JveforHabiiua! '

large: enough for a man's hand to go drawing plans and estimating costs bie should have been granted in the Walter Johns, 25, of Sheboygan, rthe treatment of a young child, I Constipation. It relieves ;promptly but. 'J.
of should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day.
through. The hole in the door war for the entire program contem case. Wis., shot and killed his wife, 21, ser- Dr. Edwards was unable to effect an It Stimulates and
to induce regular action.
r''' +4 covered up by a placard thereby cause plated public: improvement projects iously wounded his sister-inlaw, and 'I entrance. Looking through a windowthe Regulates. a Very Pleasant to TUJ.e 60c ,'
ing the discovery not being made until necessary for the calling of a, city First truck load of winter grown then committed suicide near the down physician saw the family in an per bottle. 'J

e the thieves had made a getaway. bond election. roasting ears was marketed in Brad-
Forty of the sixty lockers in the drill --. entown Saturday. The corn was

room had been rifled and the supply Carolyn Ilazzard, aged ante-bellum brought in O. L. Carmichael of One- ;1
i ( room was broken into and 21 Colts negress, passed away at the home of co, and was fine and luscious. Mr. {
automatic pistols of the 45 calibre her daughter in Alachua Wednesday. Carmichael grows green corn plant-
1 together with blankets The deceased born in Alabama in real '
type were stolen, was ings: for market and frequently
shoes and other apparel, to a the year 1815, and the record of age izes $400 profit to the acre.
F estimated value of $1,000. and life history as indicated by the Chi
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L ,7' death certificate, is evidence of her -
More than 1,500 plants are out andgrowing
Aaron Bennett, white an employe correct age.Gainesville's. in the new banana groves ", f. ;
of land of Daytona, was have been started in Lake coun- 9" .
company that :
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fatally wounded when it loud of shot ty, and the acreage will be greatly 0 ......::;. :
the Alachua County Cream -: ,
was discharged into his right leg just increased this winter. -=..... ;
ery Company, is now open for business -, .
""g above the knee, completely shuttering :.. ::: I
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and bright
the to a prospects are very ,i
the leg. lie died on way mile ,
for it. Manufacture[ of butter, store Saturday night/ near the ten '. I" ,
hospital. His 14 year old son was road in the ,
on the flatwoodg .
with two age and curing 'of meats and other post 'a
r also taken to the hospital Ills functions of the plant will be started northern end of Columbia county, t '
pistol shot wounds in hoth feet. shot and instantly I .
the products arrive from Goo. Waldron was eiPIR O
as soon us ,
wounds are not considered serious. I killed by his cousin, Uley Keen. It I MyeM.
tho farmers" within tho territory to be J
I The shooting took place in Bennett'shome served by the t'reuniery, which is said ; is not known what brought/ on the
settlement onT
at Clarks, u small to bu one of the finest in the state. difficulty, and only one person witnessed : '(\
''e the PeLnnd road near this city I the uffuir, being a son of the I

_ ,I )Five rum runners, two of them man who was killed. Fireworks High Grade Toilet Articles s'j j
The Illinois Central railroad has women in two automobiles, fired :
greatly assisted, in relieving the rofriucrutor eight shots at two policemen during i New hands are being added dailyto Eastman Kodaks Thermos Bottles .
car shortage in Floridahaving a chase through Springfield, Jack- the construction work on the Flor- i
? allotted, 11 total of 725 curs, sonville. The rum runners" escaped. ida East Coast railway bridge which
most of which have already arrived Speeding south on Pearl street, to- is under construction in .TacksonViJIe'i Genuine Ivory Goods Fountain Pens \ !

in the state. 'wards Springfield Park, the runners I J
_______ I opened fire on the officers who were : George D. Rou, of Reddick, was run i Military Sets Beautiful Stationery I

It is certain, according to the Florida pursuing them in a roadster. The over and killed by a freight' train at
board of medical' examiners that first of the bullets fired at the policecar I.that place. He was deaf and! dumb Johnson's Equisite Candies
there are practicing in Florida\ a ,' split the top. One of the officers and did! not see the on coming train. :I

f I number of /graduates of so-called beganIring/ emptying his revolver. : -
medical colleges which are known to Four of.the shots !struck the rear of Engineer Hunt, 56, died Thursday
i' the medical fraternity as "diploma. I the touring' car. The woman began morning at a Jacksonville hospital,
mills." These colleges it is alleged, screaming. The second bullet hit the as the result of severe burns and .

sell diplomas to any one for a price, fender of the police car. scalds inflicted when Atlantic Coast ,I
regardless of whether the purchaser Line train No. 96, St. Petersburg to i

has any knowledge on the subject Voters of Putnam county have !goneon Jacksonville} was derailed Wednesday -
r named in the diploma or not. A good record as overwhelmingly in favorof night near McPherson, Baker

start hns been made in !getting rid of issuing $500,000 in bonds for constructing county. I With Every Purchase be Sure to Get Your Chance on 1
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these fakers and the work is to be a new bridge across the St. _
1 followed up, according to the secre- Johns river at Palatka, and at the C. E. Sudwall, owner of the Gulf I
tary of the board. some-time voted in a new system of I Telephone and Telegraph system of' The :1
Walking Talkingand
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road administration. Milton and owner of the Marianna :

The St. Andrews Ray Lumber Co., I telephone system, was shot and killed ,
closed a contract last week in Jacknonville The first hunting season fatality there in a garage W. C. Rhodes, of
r ,p for the purchase of a large occurred Thursday afternoon in the' Flomaton, Ala., is held in jail charged -: Sleeping DOLLTurner's !

.1 4 amount of timber in South Florida. swamp near Mayport when Ralph with the shooting. Both men are {
This tract is one of the largest of Weeks, an employe of the CheekNealCoffee prominent and the shooting is said to ,
standing timber in the entire South, Co., was aclcdentally! shot and be the outcome of bitter enmity that' j
,r and comprises between six and sevens killed by W. W. Swain, an old resident had existed for months. I

hundred million feet of timber. It is of South Jacksonville. It is stated 6..
situated in St. Lucie county and that neither had knowledge of the J. R. Mays, proprietor of a restau-
Okeechobee county and was bought I presence of the other in the woods, rant in Dothan, Ala., is dead, and Sid : ,
from the Industrial Land Company. I and both were standing on opposite : Carlisle, a resident of Daytona, is in
sides of a tree, attempting: to get :3 I a hospital seriously wounded as a result -
Notice of the discontinuance of two shot at a squirrel, when Swain fired of a shooting scrape which occurred StoreI
postofflces in Florida rf vc lve Hoc.IBth at the squirrel as, Weeks stepped out in a reputed gambling houseat Drug

'. was received yesterday by Post from behind the tree directly in line Daytona Beach.

".'. Master Herbert E. Roes from the of fire.
postoffice department at Washington. Five new mountain type, or extra
p ia.r The two offices which will\ be discon The fraud order issued by the United large locomotives, have been received J. E. CORPENINGDay

r tinued are at Louise, AUchua county. States post office department" and put into service on the Florida
Mail and money order records from against William Lee Popham, tht self East Coast railway. These tremendous Phone 14 Night Phone 130

{ this office will be sent to Graham. The styled oyster king of Apalach 'la, engines, the most powerful usedon
f \\I. ; postoffice at Turkey Creek, in Hills- has already begun to function. It I modern railroads, are capable of

;t borough county, will also be abandon. was made known here today by T. R. developing much more speed than the

\ ed on that date. Hodges, shellfish\ commissioner of theo I ordinary type and will. enable that
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 14. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELERRAl'II, STARKE FLORIDA PACK TIIRKK!

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Tile BEST Emerfmn- : :-Remedy I I I work They on are cheap selling safe them flying in machines.Germany, 'NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEYi I


for Man and Beast all metal, safe, doing sixty miles an I .

I hour, less than u gallon of gas for ,

Says Wni. nlulaf k. Lyndnwi. sixty miles-price $1,100. Miss Joyce Terry returned home on Church lU/nar I Announcement!
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N. C.- have utitKl Mixki
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fond; Mubtuniatiimont lor nil kim Farmers, salesmen, buy the machines Saturday from Alexandria, where The liulLps of (;rUl'l' Methodist
old H. ruin un I Ici thousands. she several months with her
nfihtf by spent church will hold! their annual IHlzllllrSlItur.ln
endbthVCrele1Iwt
\, r. ubentIra. sinter, !Mrs. Lois Wyrick. ', Dec. 16th in the
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1H4&9 ment now in use 1 I koi i> it < i It is the Policy of our firm to give our patronsthe
niyhotiite illthptimt .ind mnn Ford could soil of Dr. l.rown's office. There
them for $500. This
Is mend it to nil n.lb./M'SItmniont
furu1ipSiY sow," country needs them. Texas especially. Birth of Daughter/ will lie fancy articles of various kinds very best passible: Service and at as REASONABLE -

Mustang Liniment ia composed,,, Where is the young Ford to do A daughter was born to !Mr. and There will also be nice things to et.t. RATES as possible.
of vnothmK. healing tale Hi
f'4 when rubbed tn, pr-netraic the i. for America in the air what. Ford has Mrs. A. Ii. Harley, December 5th. Visit the place Saturday
r tihHue to the hoiu-t I bhlvtanu The of
contains alcohol,aside er \\tv\i\ done on earth? carrying accounts on our books necessitates
% and does not matt Marriage: Announcements
\I per( vrtingt Col. and !Mrs, A. Z. Adkins and a greater overhead expense to our business.

\ '. it t,, FREE' of WrirornrhinnH-| suLVr.nnt The "three estates" of olden: time, children, of Stnrko, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reddish aresl'nlinlC As we are able to cut down overhead
v f* 1'I-Ml our we are
IL.iH> aheululny.e.Ith out invitations this week announcing -
,. Mrs M. E Edwards afternoon
comi>hta Jan tnu for a trinity ruling all earth's/ affairs- Sunday -
I + MiiMtnnir i.lmnent ) the marriage! of their able to the saving along to
sump pass our patrons.
'\ Hilmtint aul l ft illvvntiick were Royalty, Nobility, Clergy.
1 i ) nnd noiillry daughter Eva: James
!Mae, to Garland
1t I yon Mfu ".. Yrl Journalism
was recognized, in a
l (totithKiflliBt?brook Godwin, Wednesday\ the 19th For this reason, beginning January 1st, 1924, we
r4 l Ire N. Y condescending way, as "the fourth Mr. and Mrs E. E. Burney and children -
; of December, at 4 clock' at the First will
P-f Sold by Drug and estate." visited relative in Jacksonville carry our business on a Strictly Cash basis.

G.n.rdfSlor.. John Galsworthy, writing for the Wednesday.W. Baptist church of Lawtey. All Repair work, sale of Parts. Accessories,'Tires,

RICAN London Times thought about, fair says play that in the International E. Torode and George Andersonwere The Sunday schools of our churches Tubes, Gas and Oil will be sold Strictly for Cash.

throe estates now ruling mankind are in Jacksonville last week serving are practicing/ interesting prog- This change of System in no way effects our partial
-I 1 rams for the Christmas tree entertainments
Science, Finance and the Press. as jurors in U. S. court
on Christmas even. The Payment Pans for the Sale of Ford Cars.

-oOf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of two \Methodist schools will join forcesat

,I, the three, science is incomparably Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of Grace church.

:i the greatest Newspapers come \Mr. and Mrs A. M. Blanchard. ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHTAUTHORIZED
second, finance third. Newspaperscan J. J. McLcod was transaC"tingbUR-

overrule all the power of financeif ines sin Jacksonville Tuesday,
Rev. Louis Donnerly, of Starkc,
the happen to be in the
newspapers FORD DEALERS
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was Lawtey Sunday.
This eels right. Newspapers and finance com- Mrs. R. It. Think. Entertains.
bined can do nothing science Starke, Florida. .
against James Austin, of Kingslay' was The Ladies Aid of Grace Methodist

, except postpone its benefits. transacting business in town Friday. church was delightfully entertainedat I'

I the home of Mr. and Mrs! R. R. "C

There are nearly seven thousand A. II. Harley spent several days Thede, Thursday, Dec 5th. The pur-

million dollars in our savings banks. pose of the gathering was to make up
last week in Union and Columbia
( All peanuts are not found growing.
Deposits have increased more than counties transacting business. the gifts that the ladies had made all I PREVENTION I
in the ground; some are found walking -
t five hundred millions In the last year. through the year for the bazaar. I better HUB core. Tntt'l Pttli takes .laI
That sounds urn...:.nut only a rmody: lor but proraotI on it.
prosperous. Savings Quite a large number of ladies were
C. B. Bennett, G. II. Barker and E'I I SICK HEADACHE
bank depositors alone, if they drew present and enjoyed the occasion. ,"
1 W. Cox were transacting business in' I Ldi_ COUUPMM ..J ludrd. &M1M
1111 By Arthur Brubane out their savings all at once, would Lawtey Monday. After this part of the meeting was Take "it" out of "polite" and you

II call for nearly all\ the money in the finished, the meeting was opened for Tutt's Pills leave a "pole." Yet one may bo po- r

country-only eight billions is the to- lito, and bo no more human than a
members and Mrs. Burch
EXPECT GREAT THINGS. Andrew Crews, of Highland, was a j I new Chas.

16 MARRIES 60-NOT SO BAD. | tal. visitor here Saturday. (joined this faithful band of workers. pole.
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WAKE UP, HENRY FORD I This will interest millions of husbands refreshments.Mrs. VTOODLAWNWoodlawn :- I Sound conviction in blunder convicted -
Fred Starling was a visitor to High-
) IEAD TOGETHER-AND HAPPY. and wives more than any other and converted.
land Saturday.Mr. .
WHICH IS GREATEST I news of the day: Gussie Mae Bennett and \Miss Dec 1 II. -W. 11. Norman
I The luuat active and the least .
Jean us -
Francois Pennel and his wife
Belle of of Jacksonville, Thursday
and Mrs. Charlie Wilkerson, of Anna Turner, Starke, were spent
Under Monroe, Florida was addedto Marie, died at their home near Lille I ful nwn la the man who does not feel
Maxville, were visitors to Lawtcy on with his family hure.
guests Sunday of M.r. and Mrs. J. A.
United States territory in 1820 by |Iin France at exactly the. same min I I the driving power of a need.
Saturday Mesdames Katie Drury and Floy
treaty with Spain. That should be ute. Howe. I
gratefully remembered by ladiea and !1 111 in separate rooms, neither knew Bennett! wore' shopping in Starke on ,I A tadpole is all head and no heart.
W. C. T. U. ReorganizedThe
buying midsummer ;of the other's illness. Wednesday I (How much like it ant its descendants
gentlemen now
I W. C T. U. Lawty ProsperingAs -
Lawtey was reorganized ,
Roy Reddish, of Lawtey, win a visitor -tho evolutionists.
to be worn in midwinterAt Where did those two souls that had
garments December 4th! with twelve the year 1112:1 1!> : is rapidly drawing I here .
Jacksonville St. Augustine, Miami lived so long together as they left Sunday.IteT. '
go
i new members. Mrs. J. B. Rowe was to u clone we cannot fail to note I
Palm Beach and a thousand other the earth :simultaneously: ? and, Mrs. L. W. KickliUT, of I War is. not hell, it in the ripe fruit
| elected! president, Mrs. J. W. Barber, the many signs of prosperity of this ,
places in wonderful Florida. By the I How fast did they travel and indirection Starko, were visitors! here Sunday. of human passion Hell\ takes In no
vice and Mrs. J. II. Moore the At
president during
community past
II year.
the season there begins earlier 'what ? Mice Louivhvlle. Carter was a vii-I I man who does not belong there; war y ysmites 1
1 way secretary The ladies are very much the beginning of the year Dr. Drown
'. every year; it has begun now, I Did the souls recognize/ each other enthused and are looking forward to had his olliie remodeled, into an up- to rto Lawtey Saturday. | good and bad alike.
Butfalo at his started off? What they Carl Ito iur and sister MiMI Ruby,
of they ,
I I' W. J. Connors, Ias i are
a good year for 1921, with no other to-date new one, and the remodeling
risk has built an doing and ? I attended! the cane grinding. tit the 1----
I own expense and 1! saying now hope only to work for the Muster, of several residences. have kept the .. ..,...,. ",","- -" .-.. J
, road from Miami to Cnn they talk without vocal cords home of T. Norman, in the Walcrouk 1I !
admirable motor help keep the laws enforced and, make carpenters busy during the entire I e/11111r111' .41xLV.
,? the West Coast. See Florida. I I the town a better place for our boy year. section Thursday night. Lo".aVILL' KY. rY.e 1'Qi "J : '
--o-- I- and Mrs. Leon Conner, of Rising! spent, rt'. II.WI.ID7 ('kysMSfl; ; ?a-.! 1.
girls.! Last week ground wag broken for
This is a growing country, and bus .united at last, never to be separated, an up-to-date Mroonhunl1.'aluw for Sunday with her undo, J. \IT- I tMII lI.m".._ .p'.._Mr'."tI''f.) 0' :M el' >' -1<0',

iness grows much faster than the J to live through all\ eternity, never Mr. and Mrs. William Baker and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts This 11I11 n. '!': .:

population. In 1900 the population worried, never ill, never poor, above II. A. Bishop, of Starka, WAI a bus 8311 Furs ,
Larramore Khoden, of Jacksonville, building.\ when completed will bo one
was 75,000,000. It has grown to 110- all\, never jealous? iness visitor here lust week. I f
spent Sunday here at the home of of the handsomest in town. Mr. Roberts
I" 000,000) in twenty-three years, about -0- Otis Rhoden. is one of the (leading general novo D. L. I'hillips will till his. appointment ,

1 45 per cent; not bad. I The poxtal deficit is cut thirty mil- merchants here. at Saxton church Sunday ,/

But consider steel. In 1900! this', lions. And ,if the post office charged E. V. Gunn and Melvin Moore, of Other progressive. merchants here afternoon. .'

country produced 10,000,000 tons in the people one quarter as much as a Highland, were in town Saturday.Mr. I arc Cone & Wells, furniture and ..

I a year Now it produces 40,000,000tons private corporation would charge, the I hardware; ,V. E. Torode general merchandise Avoid Sc Relieve

an increase of 300 per cent. post office profits would amount to and \Mrs. O. L. Anderson, of ; R. M Tracy, drugs and toi-

If you sell this country "short" you hundreds of millions. Bear that in Jacksonville, were siesta Saturdayand let articles. ; H. R. Thede, general GODS ,i!

1 will lose. And don't listen to any mind when you discuss public owner- Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. J, Mc-: merchandise; K. ,K. Burney, moat

, talk about a "bad presidential year." ship. r'ti :Jl Lvod. market and groceries, ; Goo. F Young INFLUENZA "n

/ Prepare for good times, in the words -0- dry goods, notions! and groceries; G.
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of the distinguished optimist Mr. Up- I You know that about 70 per cent Misses Beth and Winifred Wimhor- W. Roberts, general merchandise; H.R. MJlLJlRIJI I I

"expect great things." of the world's automobiles are in the ly of Highland visitors here I
percut, were on Sapp, general store; J. B. Rowe,
-oi --- ''U. S. A. Saturday. meat market and groceries; M. LIjoudholtz BY T AKINCtlf1NTERSMIT" ,
A boy, sixteen, marries a widow Did you know, also, that New York
I meat market and
i groceries We Our' Own Lenses
Grind
old who owns a ho- City uses more telephones than all of \Mrs I II.
lady, fifty years E. Boyer and children, ; Howe & Bryan, general merchandise -
, Great Britain and Ireland? I Fred and; Jewel, are spending a few !;y NODELAYtinesville.
tel.The I ; L. II. (Hill[ real estate and Insurance ,
lady puts $10,000 in trust for This is an up-to-date country- I days with relatives Jacksonville. Henry Burney and Leonard VT CHILLTONICll .

the young husband when he reaches wonderful in mechanical efficiency. I Taylor, barbers; Abe Myrs, colored, It a Hfllahli Ctntral Invltoratlns Tunic' Florida.
But it doesn't do enough thinking I- ;;
twenty-one. | Paul Moore confined to his home restaurant and market; W. C. Green,

, apart from material problems. I this week with mpavles. 'I (colored groceries. .

;,, The boy's parents, shocked, would -- -- I All of the merchants say that bus-I

set aside the marriage The business! man's "bad! presidential I Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville\ is iness is futrly good.! J. W. ,

j Yet the widow only carried out Plato's year" will not be a bad year unless -1,, transacting business here this week cashier of the Lnwtey/ / State Bank,I
merchants. and people combineto I
idea. He thought middle aged says that institution was never in

women should keep very young war- make it so. better shape.With
after A good depends: on good! buy- I w*?."** W.a.lasaael"Well
riors out of mischief by looking / year | the advent of the hard !surfaced -
ing. Nothing in the election of a pres- I
them. There is no greater problem
roads a new era is promised us. "
than the management of a bay from ident prevents people buying! the usual I The road from Starke is already -!
supplies, from ice cream sodas! to
fifteen to marriage. : graded. to the town line and ready for L Sfml "
-0--- fur coats, from factory sites to bunlC- .
I the surfacing. ,
Wake up, Henry Ford, and get to alows. Strong I, Much has been written in the past

'about whnt can bo raised here. We ,

Mrs. Anna Clover,of R. P. D. i i find only one reason why anything in "
5, Winfield, Kar% lays: "1 and
the truck Imp cannot be ruined
began to luffor some month I
N I ago with womanly troubles, and that is not to plant it. On strength

I WM afraid I was going: to get 1of this belief, A A. Smith and It. II.

t In bed. Each month I suffered ( Smith are putting out H" few acres oIL
r. Sy I with my head,back and tides-a
I weak, aching, nervous celery thin fall.
) I Ii' I I begin to try feeuni I I There are several hundrcdacres of

knew I wit.getting I strawberries planted this. season and
', I did not seem to And the right looking favorable for a good crop. To Be Used and Enjoyed Throughout the
' remedy until someone told tae of
! (I i The acreage would have been much Whole Year .

but the weather unfavorable
larger was
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t for planting. A large acreageof REAL COMFORT IN

I : CAROUI beans and corn ia anticipated for PETERS'Solid

,, I the- spring crop, following the berries. -

I I Leather Shoes for Men and Boys

----- I The Woman's' Tonic Mrs. Malley! Prevatt and children Sold tin"..Mon.* Bad (,..a.a.'..Quality and S.r.;..

'o'I I I uaed two bottles before I could returned home Saturday from Na-

), Comfort Quality tee any great change, but after hunta, Ga., where they spent the past High-clats ShoeRepairing'-OM Ones Made like New \
Style -- -- that I it wa remarkable how two month with relatives.
much better I got I am now Electric Shoe ShopPhone
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well" and strong. I 1pn recom-

All these qualities are found in our excellent mend Cardul, "for It certainly ledge ElectionOn 74 Shoe Shine Parlor for the Ladies

line of footwear. Our stock must be seen to be benefited If hate me.been Tuesday, Dec. 4th, the Lawtey I 4 il
you experimentIng -
189 F. tit A. M., met in
II lodge No. regular / -
Colonial .the love- I on yourself with all kind of -
The distinquished ,
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appreciated. dmerent remedies better get communication, electing the fol- u -- ---

ly short vamp sandal, one and two strap pumps I beck to good, old, reliable lowing officers for the coming year: "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR--HE KNOWS"For

and other styles may be had in the attractive Cardui, the medicine for J. W. Barber, W. M.
many F women about which jro- have over 35 rears the E. O. Punter Fertiliser! Company ha furnished florid. .
ihades of the always heard which bar Ernest B.! Well, S. W.
season. helped with fartitixart. Th. continued patronage of ipanencad grower (iv..
many thousands of others, and W. C. Wooten, F. M. grower*
I which should help you. too. W. F. Godwin, Treasurer.W proof ol satisfactory r....It..
ROBERTS Ask: your neighbor: about H; she ; COULD BTTH rBRTILIZBB BK MADE W. WOUD KaU IT.
E. Torode Secretary.A.
G. W. i has probably used It. ,
I I For sale everywhere II. Harley, S. D. Will '.r N.' Fall' Prix U.l. JaM !...*.

LAFV.I ? M'I. K. M. Tracy, J. D. JackiooTilJe rla.
II I I E. 0. r ialer Fertilizer Co. ,
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PARK FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER It.. 1923.Bradford ..
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; [ ing to see you Xmas eve night. From GUILFORDDear
; r County Telegraph IHAMPTON NEWS NOTESI Wilbur McCall.

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Dear Santa-Will you please bringme big talking doll at A. C. Strickland-

Published weekly and entered as Bazaar a Success Saturday evening, Sunday and Sun- I Junior B. .Y I'. U. Program I a goat wagon, a drum, a canary store, a willow doll carriage, a ro..o1 1

second class matter, at the post Tho bazaar given at the city hall day evening.: The services were well I The following program; was ren- bird whistle and. a toy rugby football. story took sewing basket, and a ba
attended,) and much interest manifested. Hoping to see you Xmas eve night. ket of artificial flowers. Please
office at Starke Florida.
last Friday evening, was a great suc- dered by the Junior D. Y. P. U. last remember
These services close Rev. Daugh- From Charles McCall. me. Irene 'McCull.
== cesB. The color scheme of green and Thursday evening:
K. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner red walt tastefully curried out, palms crty'a pastoral work here. Ho and Leader of group 2, John Hagan, in

und poinsettias being used extensively. his family have many friends here I charge.' -- ---- -- -- -- -- --_... --- --- -_. ----------- --
A booth with red who regret to see him give up the I
FRIDAY candy draped Subject, True Stories of Brazil.
PUBLISHED EVERY and green, was placed on one side of work. Rev. J. I. L. Jinkina, of McIntosh Song :My Wonderful Dream. Colgate's Men's Gift Box t
called by the church to
tho entrance and a booth for linen was Prayer-Annie May Wheeler.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE was placed opposite, decorated in the tako up the pastorial work for the Business period.QuotationsMary. "-now my task ID smoothly done"- MILTON\ ="
prevailing color scheme. ensuing year, and he comes highly Pearce.
t, !t Per Year ____________- ______$2.00 The candies were furnished by G. rl'commt ndeL Introduction-John Hagan.A Facial comfort for the man who gets up smiling. A Gift that
will find immediate use. Shaving Cream or the "Handy Grip".
Hayes, who conducts a candy kitchenin Brazilian Welcome-Ruth Price.A .
Rev. Jones will fill his appointmenthere
Gainesville. The linen booth con- Junior Boy and His BibleMinnieMay
tained many beautiful and useful articles next Sunday at the First Baptist Cheshire. Lilac Imperial Toilet Water

and sold readily. church. Jose-Ada Nimmo.A .

The "..,,)per was delicious! and well Faithful Washwoman-Novilla h
with its
, patronized. The little table draped( in The Methodist annual conference King,: I soothing fragrance. vy

white linen and centered with palms convened at Bradentown this week, A Bandit is Converted-Hilda Dur-

Ni and poinsettias made a very beautiful and Rev. J. W. Indham was given the den.An I Colro soap that lathers plenti
s picture. The supper consisted of pastorial work of of the Methodist Answer to Prayfcr-Mary Lee d
i e (chicken fried and baked, oysters, all churches at Waldo and Hampton, and Wynn. I

styles, salads pickles, cake and am- Rev. R. E. Burke, who has served the Special Music, Sweet Peace-Annie fully. A distinctly masculine E
No. 495 brosia pilau. circuit so( faithfully as pastor for May Wheeler and Hilda Durden. I

4 (Membership in National Highway The net proceeds amounted to $140 three years was sent to Chatta- Sentence Prayers-Led by Herbert
I Association) all of which will be used for the ben- hoochee. Durden and closed by John Hagan. affair t that will bring a chuckle

efit of the Methodist church. Song, More About Jesus.

TRADE AT HOME Those in attendance from out of Mr. Ritch of Starke attended ser- Benediction.ball of satisfaction l- a
r town were Mrs. Chittendon and< vices here Sunday evening.
daughters Mrs. Maceo Hicks aad
Starke has thirty-three stores for I
t Mrs. Ingram of Waldo, Mrs. Hayes Gerald Middleton, of Starke, was a for my little sister, Francis. Price $1.50
the sale of groceries dry goods: andt
r and daughter of Gainesville Mrs. S. business! visitor here Friday. Russell Conner.
; clothing, drugs, furniture and hardware -
:" I M. Simmons of Maxwell Mr. and FULL TIME: DURING=" THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
Where there is much
so competition ,
Mrs. B. S. Mack, Mr. and Mrs. John Child Burned to Death Dear Santa-Please bring me a ball .
natural that each DRUGS AND="
is SPECIALTIES
4 it mer-
Lawrence and others of Keystone Charlotte and knife and a big bag of candy.
Last Thursday evening,
chant must do his level best not only :
Would like to have nuts too.
some ,
Heights. of flame
to keep up with the procession but Davis! ten year old aughter Scott's
K. D. Conner. Store
i shown Davis, colored while playing arounda <
i to be at the head. This is by
P. H. Neal of Thercssa was a bus- burned
the large and varied stocks of goods. fire in the yard, was fatally -
The show windows look inviting iness visitor here last Tuesday. Ha when her clothing caught fire. LAKE BUTLER ______ __ _h_ ____ .__ __. _ _______ .
I states that he has a large strawberry Medical assistance rendered to
was
warrant examination of
enough to an
1 the interiors, and it will be found( any patch, the plants of which are in the sufferer, and a physician secured Dear Santa-Will you please bringme QlIII''IJII"' ( '"'" "","'"'"'"',,... !' :" "" '""'"' '''"''''" )( "' !
good condition. Some of the plants from Starke but the burns were too a toy Cadillac car, a forward ball t13fa
reasonable desire in the of goods :
i It way have grown berries that are becomingrosy after bearing' coaster fluffy jump-j I i
t
I -from a baby's rattle to an automobile severe for her recovery, dying wagon a
cheeked. ing rabbit and toy book set. Hop- llll HOUSEWIVES
from a pair of boys' overalls to five hours of suffering. a KNOW

a silk dress or fur coat, can be satisfied -
1 Dr. Middleton of Starke was a
'. : in Starke. Goods of many kinds CmLDBEN'9 FATAL DISEASES
not before set'n'ht're, becauso there professional visitor here last Friday. and in intestines
} .vt Letters to SantaNEW Worms parasites the
;' was not enough sale for them, are of children undermine health and so our Clean Sanitary Market---
I 'ii'' Edgar Price, who has been in Lees- weaken their vitality that they are unable
{
+ to be had, because both buying
npw burg for several months returned to RIVER to resist the diseases BO fatal to child J life. and Our Good' Service
i and taste have been improved.
t 1II power The sofo course is to give a. few doses of
ti s r, Even many of the food products listed his home here Sunday. Dear Santa-Please bring me a White's Cream Vermifu It destroys

tI) J w as "delicatessen" are kept for sale shoes and stock and expels tho worms without the slightest -
I'', Rev. Jones is spending this weekat new dress a pair of injury to the health or activity of the OUR SPECIALS
: ; here. Branford. He is pastor of the First ings and a hat and lots of other pret- Child. PricoSSo. Sold by
rr i In this issue of the Telegraph is I nine 01 All Stores
6 ] ty things. am only years <11 Drug
Baptist church there and preaches CREAMERY BUTTER 5Oc
qcn a large array of advertisements twice month. and in the fifth grade: I help mama I -
i ." from merchants anxious to get your per work and do lots of little things. San SUGAR CURED HAMS 28c

trade. lie who has enough: business! Seaboard Building Siding ta, pleas bring me a big doll and I j I I

acumen! to solicit your trade, will be Hampton has a better railroad ser- many other things./ Your little girl. Be Merry and PORK BEEF
?" sure to treat you so well that you become -
Essie
c vice than the town of its size. Sapp. Pork Ham .20
,. average
a steady customer. We have ---------- 3 Ib Rib Stew ___u___ .25
The Seaboard and Southern cross at Pork Shoulder .15
1i ;, :full faith in the integrity of our advertisers Dear Santa-Will you brings me ------ Chuck Steak ___-_____ .15
this About the Pork
point. a year ago Chops .20
r ---------
s I i j and bespeak patronage forJ company placed a Y here to facili- what I want? I want a suit of does Pork Stew .15 Chuck Roast _________ .15
-
i ,J: ,", them.ul People living at a distance will tate handling of trains. The Seaboardis an a gold watch an a box of candyan Happyat Pork ,Sausage ----------7__u___- .25' Round Steak _j____:-__ .20 1'
find shopping expedition to Starke
i ; both and Do not placing a long siding between here a ten gadge shot gun and collie Western Pork Chops .. .25 Loiij Steak __________ .2.>.
,. pleasant profitable. dog blue tie an a box
and Waldo, which will soon be placed an a cap an a
hesitate to bring the ladies and chil- in service. of fire creckers an a fuesse an a pairof

i : !" dren along. Tho Woman's Club furnishes gloves an a box of toathsope an a Christmas and all the time. by PICNIC HAMS ________________ ___________________ 25

: f rest rooms for them where all Oscar Tate of Fort Payne Ala., is brush an a cane an a little brush an buying Your Gas and Oil and having BOILED HAMS _______________ ___________________ .CO
kinds of conveniences are at hand and(
d ,\1i j invited to make visiting here this week. Mr. Tate a little cracker jack an a bycicle an a BREAKFAST BACON, 1 Ib Carton n_________________ .oJ:)
they cordially
are use
t flash light. Hassie Rhoden. dear
c\\, of them. was here last summer and his friends Your Car Repaired where the work la BONELESS PICKLED PIG FEET ______u___________ 30:
glad to him again. santa pleas bring me all I ask you
were see
a 'J. for. Hassie Rhoden. I MACKEREL 2 for __________ __ ________________n_ .25

p J AS TO TilE STATE MAPThe Christian Church Calls New Pastor done right. EGGS Per Dozen ______u____ ___ ___--_______--_____ .53

9 '. Rev. Dougherty: of Starke, preached Dear Santa-Will you bring me
r { : Telegraph is much pleased over at the First Christian church last what I wont? a suit and a pocket
c "i the receipt of the new state map, knife with a chane on it and a box of Meat
issued by the Florida. agricultural candy and a box of crackers and a Variety MarketNext
It is of tho size of the that has been I
department. same perfections one pore of shoes and stockings and a
ii c {t and layout as the 102:2: map but hm used for years be remedied. To begin bugel. dear Santa I want you to bring Stern's Garage

i ,, several features not found in the lat- / with, that line of big green dots, ma a stocking and fill it full. I wanta to Bank of Starke Phone 124

j t ter. Hendry and! Collier .counties are looking like it string of spawn' laid by box of toothpace and a brush anti'u ,
J shown, also the real'boundary of the n certain amphibious animal noted hat. I want you to bring me some STARKE, FLA. I "I1'It. "D=(IJlIIcnm iina( Ba> } { 'oaHULL'S

;:. Everglades/ two Indian reservations for its edible hind legs, reaching from oranges and some apples and a few
find the Ocala forest reservation und the East': Coast to
Key
Mnyport along - -
bananes please. Santa bring me a - - - -
? three new departments of statistical West, and, denoting,: the inside navigation ring and a little comb too come my _ -u-- _ _ _ _ __ _

}I information have been added. The route, needs tinkering' with. As here, dear Santa bring me a cocanut

? .i,: I index to places in the state which on it IK, it hides! in ninny places just Your friend, Andrew Rhoden.
r : the mop next preceding held 1025 what it was intended! to show, and it STORE

( names, now holds nearly .10 more, plays the mischief with the East LAWTEY

(,' which shows the state's wonderful Coast railway causing one to wonder I ,

4' q.y. growth. whether it in a marine or n dry Dear Santa-Here I am after a ,
: The map is good and sufficient, but land road. The water courses should, year. I want you to bring me this

I t l' when a new plate for the skeleton of"I be drawn bolder and the gaps existing I year a trycycle, a fire engine and a I!

it be engraved, we hope that the im- in sonic of them filled out. Yetit bugle.! Please have a gong on the A DealWhy
is not of much use as long,: as the I trycycle. I would like for you to Always Square

J unnecessarily heavy lines denoting bring niy grandpa a pipe and, some
f the railroads, partly obscure these shaving soap. Simeon D. Phillips.
"I streams. According to the scale of Not

SPECIALSWe the map, these lines are half a mile Dear old Santy Claus-I want you aNice

broad. It is also time that our biggest to come to see us Xmas an bring sister Rocker
cities be represented by their Maud and '
myself a large sleepy
;
: corporation boundaries, instead of by doll and a doll bed and) oh how gladwe Ladies Writing Desk

i ri mere round dots. The tinted strips will be. Nettie Ruth Willis. ,
Cedar ChestSomething
showing county boundaries nerd have
Ij I' hare a real bargain in FLOURfor only one-third of their present width.It BROOK ER Nice in CupsSaucers

your Christmas Oaken Pastries, should be remembered that the

}I 1 etc map also shows townships and sec- Dear Sant Claus-I am righten a and Plates
k y tions and that all are not drummers few lines. I want a ring with my Inl-

_ who care for only the railroad, lines til in it and I want pair of bed room
MANY OTHER
and the towns, but that many value slippirs in size 12 and colored blew USEUFL PRESENTS
_ 1 ,, Make it a "Sure-Naff" Christmas by the map for the sectionizing; therefore and I want a pair of gloves black or

t thing'tending to obscure the brown and I want a box of choclate
using "Sure-Nuff" FLOUR.
section lines should be made no heavier candy. Veda Andrews. I will close DON'T FORGETThe

,) Buy a big supply at these price than necessary. In this connection for this time. age nine years old.
_ r the old land grant lines, most of

j 21 pound____ _______________75c which are now obsolete, should be re- LACROSSEDear faithful Horse or Mule. Discard that worn out and unsafe -
moved. Modern surveys have made
_
'i 'i, 48 pounds. _____u_____ ______$1.50 most of the old 1 grants conform with Santa Claus-I want a doll remnant of a harness and get a New Harness, Bridle,
the government mode of laying out and toy home and wagon for Xmas.

58 pounds ____ ______ __ ____$2.90S. land, even to the extent of giving, I see an add in telegraph and thoughtI : Saddle or whatever you may need.

I some townships more than the regulation might reach you by sending my let
i 3i5 sections. This matter could ter in care of telegraph. Essie Mc-
iI I be straightened out in the commis- Clellan.
All Kinds of Cake "Fixins" Fruit and Fancy
sioner's office by the field l note clerkor ,

else in the land office at Gainesville Dear Santa Claus-I want a doll
f Groceries for the Christmas Season. Christmas CandiesN.
We think the above suggestions will and
; S. R. Johns bracelet and a ring. Once Mc-
: ; i. $ be endorsed by the commissioner of Clellan.

1 I agriculture as he has always been
,
anxious: to get the state maps as cor- RAIFORD B." HULL

rect and serviceable as possible. The .

Next to DepotSTARKE state is both able and willing! to bear Dear Santa Claus-I want a tooth

the additonal( expense of an improved brush and some tooth paste and also !
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,. map. bring me a air rifle. Bring a big red ,
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DECEMBER: I1. 1923.\ BRADFORD' COUNTY TELE GRAPIi. 'RTARKE. FLORIDA PACK FIVE
FRIDAY. .. -- ... .
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--- i-R 1 I- i mouth MauJo Woodard. NOTICE OF lEASR': OP COUNT co.yaCTs :TNullco .
drum and
marbles
'. and Mrs M. L. Smith and children pony, top, I
who have been visiting Mr. and organ. Wilbur wants a drum\ too. In hiTvliy itlvvn Hint on Send,,,
Mrs II. M. Snyder and other friends"", Dot wants a doll baby and a rocking Dear Santa Clause-I wish you : Jmiunry 7. 1"_'., tho lea* of ho county eon :rNat.
@ for Aucillu, chair. Wilbur, Paul, Dot Mott. anda '. of Urmlforit county will bo sold In front r
jo Bits oi" LocalInformation left Tetiesd.iy" morning would brang me a car and a train
of the I eeulh door of tho courthoiiM In Starfc,
and after staying there a few days' pistol. "'oodrowVoodllrd.. Klorlilft.. t.. ) the hhh..., and brat eligible' bliijer
will go to Kingston, where :Mr. Smith Dear Santa Claus!-1 will drope youa fi.r .>'U i'.uniy eonvlcl. luMrct to tho lavsKoi
has. charge of the :Methodist church ft.willl'\ ,; to let you no to bring >rnlnir Ham>. FtfrloU of mid (rue will
Dear Santa Clause-I wish you 9. ,
The bonrd
I run thrnuuh tin* 1521. ro.
your
I for the coming year. thing for me at Christmas Bring and nil bl\ y
I would brnng mo soma ribbon 'and a Mr\i tho rittlil to n>jict ttnv \ y l
Concerning Our People, Business ana me a big sleepy doll for Xmas and a dress and too handkerchief LuciUJ. Chairman! Itnnn of J. County M. lIUOWNI.hK' Cummlaiunero..tu. : ,
0 Sale on young men's, suits: :atStump's <,carriage and a pair of socks and Rome '' t yt
and Town. Woodard.
Progress in the County Mitchell'sDrug "i. W. AU'\IWM.\N.) lull.. 12-U-8
opposite fruit and some candy. to eat Xrmts.Mary

I I Store. Rivers ____ .. ._ ,
u ---- ------------ -- ------
I n yiHWTKPnMT rcfJMDflHbffltngXflPSKHow \
:Now syrup. Hull's store. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright spent Wednesday Rev. M. L. Smith, former Metho- I Dear Santa Clitu, *-I will drop! you II !
in Jacksonville with herdaughter dist pastor of Starke, was here Wednesday a few lines to I let you know to bring I
Mr. Smith, who has hart' for Christmas.! Bring
me some toys
K. S. Rosier of Lawtey, paid ouroffi'e Mrs. D. T. Clark. About Me?
pleasant visit Tuesday. charge of the Aucilla pastorate! has mo a mouth harp) for Christmas! and 1

a Mrs. It. A. Weeks and Miss Marguerite been assigned to Daytona by the some fruit and & knife with a chainon
Methodist conference lately held at it and some marbles for Christi i I
Geo. E. Andreu, of Dinsmore, baa Shrivcr of" Brooker, spent
Bradentown.Rev. mas and a pistol. Bill\ River I
town during the veok. Monday hero with friends.
been in I I CHECK UP

and :Mrs J. J. Bullen art attending Dear Santa Cluus-I will drop you j
oats and at Kickliter's. Good sweet 15c dozen atUull's I
Seed rya oranges ,
/ the meeting of the Florida a few lines to let you n,) to bzring I '
store. State Convention, at DeLnnd.! They something for mo at Christmas and Every progressive or prosperous institution

Don't forget the bazaar and supper the special, representatives sack of marbles and some I
have faring
Mrs. J. C. Adkins and Miss Fronds gone as me a take inventory, or "check themselve up"at regular
Club this afternoon.Mrs.
at the Woman's of the Baptist church In Starke. fruit and camly and a pistol for
Waugh, of Gainesville, spent", monday I
Christmas! and a knife with a chainon !I intervals to see where they stand, to see if the are
with Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins.
: L. A. Davis spending\ several :Mrs. A. II. Freeman and son, !Edwin : it and a pencil to carry to school |I making losing .
or
Buys in Jacksonville. motored here Thursday! and were with mo. JIl'ksoRiver.... I money.It
Mrs.: T. S. Williams returned Wednesday !
from Jacksonville, where she guests of :Mrs. Freeman's sister, Mrs.C. is just as important for individuals to take
Feeds and fertilizers. N. B. Hull.( ,V. Liddon. Edwin Freeman is in Dear Santy Claim, -Bring u* something -
was the guest of :Mrs. R. II. Barbour. ornamental. periodical inventories to determine their condition v?
Florida from Toronto, Canada, nmk- useful as well aa

Mrs E. M. Johns sport Monday in ing a !short visit to hU! parents! Dr. Don't bring us something that nobody morally physically spiritually and financially.Are tit
,
Get the children's Christmas Don't the doll's bo-
Jacksonville and :Mrs. A. II. Freeman, of Jackson else wants forget
shoes on "special sale at Stump's ville. citutu mont of our old dolls are worn you contented with your present condi--

Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent Friday in -opposite Mitchell's. out and dead and done had their fu- tion and ?
Jacksonville.Sale neral's. We like to play jack'a. Bringus .: accomplishments

on Men's Suits at Stump's Mesdames W. E. Middleton, E. s.\\ "The Shoppe Elite" lot of things' pause wp" are goingto jl Is your condition better or worse than it wasa a
Opposite Mitchell's. Matthews, L K.: Miner J. M. have a Chrintmua tree. Bring ufl .
and A. Z. Adkins motored to Invites You threw square\ meals a day and we year ago?

R. A. Green was in Gainesvill. on ville Thursday and spent the GaineS-\\ To a Christmas Sale in their New won't run away.and Put a Bumping elca jack Are you reaching out for success or are you
business Monday afternoon. on the tree anything prettythat
Good sweet oranges, 15c dozen at i, ANNEX you have got for I do not know just merely drifting with the tide?

Syrup cans and barrels at Kickli- Hull's store. Watch their attractive windows! for everything you have. From your lov- t
ter's. ing children, Etholin, Dorothy and If the later is true, your condition is daily growing
Gifts
in lovely !
ideas and sggestiona
Mrs. William Struth called to Carol White. I
was ,
for constantly losing
worse, you'are an opportunity -
W.V.. Va is den, of Jacksonville, Plant City Thursday on account of for Everybody.
pent some time in Starke last week. the illness of her little grandson, Sid Dear Sant Clauue-Will you send to better yourself and help your fellow man.
Johnson, Jr. HanderchirfaHose me a tool cheat to mako a home for
W. II. Dowling, of the Dowling Co., ,. dan and some lumber to Eldredg Reach out for success, but do not confuss success -

of Odessa, was in Starke on business Col. and Mrs. Floyd Green, who Glove Robinson .with mere Money-getting, for after all it is not
Wednesday.Mr. few with
have been spending a days
relatives, have returned to their homein Hafts: Baskets Dear Santa Claus-I want a horn, altogether what you make, but what you save that
and Mrs. B. W. (Hodges of Jack- Jacksonville.} Jerseys, Petticoats, knife, tool chest, little car that can

Bonville, have been visiting relatives' ,- *B llMMI H K toMaMMMH Hand Painted Novelties pedal, Home candy, story (book, firecrackers counts.

and friends during the week. Miss Louise Fernandez has returned Vanity Fair Bloomer an roaming candles 1 have No life is complete that docs not contribute to
home after completing a steno- Parasols been orful sick having measeln, but
American steel wire fencing. Lower graphic/ course' at the Jacksonville SlippersBaby always said my prayer and I shure the happiness of others. Are you daily contributing -

prices. N. B. Hull. Business College. am trying hard to be a good. So
the happiness of those around ?
to
i Caps pleat dear Santa Claus, com to see you ,

Constable Jacob Johns had the mis- Mrs. E. L. Biggs will entertain the Electric Lam pi* me. I sure do want a fire wagon. Ian We want to contribute to your happiness by

fortune the other day of breaking his study circle of the Methodist missionary a little boy. Frank, S. Innvan.HAMPTON '
i,I arm while cranking an automobile. society next Monday afternoon, We are closing out lot of nice helping you to get ahead in this world.
.
Stump's.Letters
3:30: at her home on N. Walnut. wool blankets.
B. M. Dowling is now able to be out Bradford County Bank
again, to the delight of his many Good sweet oranges, 15c dozen at Dear Santa Clause-I wish you
friends. Hull's store. to would bring me Rome ribbon and a

\\ dress and too handkerchief. Jennie 1Ul1O<<\wvIwwm..I'I""alCDHCDalCDIlllllIIIIIIw...,_......_. "' 'IV"' --

Judge R. A. Green spent Sunday in Go to Stump's for special' bargains .. -- -- ---.
Live Oak, the guest of lIon. W. R. in wool serges. Santa Claus I --- --.

Dorman and family. -
,
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick 'will open IIII

Fruits, nuts, candies and all kinds I her kindergarten class after Christmas -

. of cake "fixins." Hull's store. at her home on LaFayette street. STAKKE

-
Dr. M. II. Cowperthwaite, of Jacksonville All kinds of fancy articles and suitable Dear Santa Claus-I will drop you a I

visited in Starke during the gifts for the holidays will be sold few lines to let you know to bring me
past week. at the bazaar at the Woman's club something for Christmas. Bring/ moa t rI y

1' today.A. big walking/ and sleeping doll for
Special sale on men's shoe: Xmas and carriage to ride it in and

and suits at Stump's--opposite A. Johns, of Frostproof, has Home fruit and nome candy teat and

:-Mitchell's Drug Store. been in Starke during the week,, visit a pair of Rocks and a looking glass: f/4 4LI
ing relatives and looking after prop- for Xmas. Donie Rivers, Box 157.

K. M. Hazen, G. W. llazen and J. erty interests. '
i
i G i
K. Clemons were Brooker visitors to Dear Santa Claus-I will drop youa I

Starke Monda)'. Dr. E. I. Biggs returned Monday few lines to bring something for me j :%:. 1Ii
I from Havana, Cuba, where he attended Christmas. Bring me one rattler and i tar i t t'" l

J. T. Wills> Jr., of Waldo, was in ed the Seaboard Surgeons Convention some fruit and a doll for Xmas and If .:i' ) I

Starke Monday to visit his mother, ; a pair of socks and more of toys for sa A Jh,
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr. I Xmus. Santa bring mo some fruit 1 r n
Allen Canova, of Winston- lIll.'m, and candy and a waggin to wridn in.

Fancy and staple groceries. ]Hull's N. C., spent several days lust week W. S. Rivers.
with his parents, Mr.! and Mrs. E. E. ar
store. -
Canova.Mr. Dear old Santa Claus-We, Wilbur r r 4 I .

Paul Baisden and family, of Jacksonville Paul, Dorothy, will write you a little
relatives and Mrs.! Fred n. Noble, of want
spent Sunday with letter to let you know what we
Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof Christmas. Wilbui
hi Starke. you to bring us
Mr. and Mrs. H. :M. Snyder. train and track a
wants a bicycle,
Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, Noble is :'II r. Snyder's cousin. Irs'l top and some marbles. Paul wants aAuto.

will be a week-end guest of her sister Anticipation! Ah that is one-half the joy of Christmas! Withit

Mrs A. Z. Adkins. Shoe Sale at Stump'snppo.site Topicsfllll that is be GOOD...because old Santa
Mitchell's Drug Store. .. al vays is that certainty to typifies

Before buying Tires see Smith the generous heart.
for prices. Mr. and Mrs.! Elmer Lazone, Mr.
and Mrs Lee Allen motored to Jack- a I So come one...come all\ ...to Toyland, where Santa has grouped
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, sonville Wednesday. Mr. Lazone attended p
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and thrills for kiddies hearts.
W. L. joys
is visiting her sister, Mrs. the Shriners meeting Wednes- } .

Wall. day evening.'! Every day now he sits in his great "Welcome"chair as host to all I

Good sweet oranges, 15c dozen at The following, all of Jacksonville, bne'ank who will honor him with a visit. I

Hull's store. jrren attended Thursday the funeral: Mrs.of Mary Fred Burnsed Lager-, 1t7 zs' el Amongst the talking, crying sleeping and walking dolls; or midst

Earl Middleton, of Live Oak, spent Mrs. M. S. Jordan, Mrs. Geo. Low- the autos, trains, horns, drums, you'll find the one thing you want most..
with his parents Mr. and. There are a number of practical I
Sunday ens and Mr. Ed Burnsed. and old Santa will see and know.
Starke. be used to
Mrs. W. E. Middleton in devices that can

Rev. L. B. Simpson returned Tuesday !prevent the theft of your car. It
Big Christmas Clearance Sale of I from Bradentown where he at- I
conference of the 'ili it good plan to use a steering Good Things To Eat
DRESSES tended the annual
HATS AND wheel transmission or i ignition
Methodist church. Mrs. Simpson and "
Will Start at the children have also returned home after lock of approved type. One protects CRANBERRIES: OLIVES::
CELERY: FRUIT !SALAD= !
the week past at White against amateur
spending you
"SHOPPE ELITE"SATURDAY I RANGES: GRA1'EFltJ11'AI''LFS : (
Springs with friends. thieves and reckless joyriders. RAIL: MFIATTOMATOES :

MINCE:'; : MEATKKKNC'll :
You else secure a lower premium
sale all shoes at
Bargain on : 1'\o\:\SCOn"FE
rate on your theft In- MAYO.MNALSB: DRESSING
Stump's. Murancv. Hut a lock cann..tprevent : PRESERVESFKESH :

Dresses formerly priced at $20.00in Mrs. J. L. Traxler, of St. Augustine the theft of your car : KILLED TENNESSEE: : : TURKEYS. ORDER YOURS NOW r
Paint Twill. Jersey and Silks at auto thief
,, and :Mrs. C. C. Shaw and daughter by a professional t
will he return it. Insure -
Marlyn, of Pensacola, are guent.sof Nor
$10.95 val
Mrs. W. E. Middleton: thin week. It-and recover its
f ue if Ktolvn.

Hat Value up to $10.00 at at Mr. and Mrs. R. H.: Barbour and Automobile Insurance here A. M.
Get;
children, of Jacksonville, and Mr. DarbySTARKE
.
$2.95 and $4.95 Robert Boucher, of New York, were covering fire, theft, collision, liability

week-end guests of Mr. and 'olrll.: T. and property damage.J. .
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Kid Gloves all Color and Sizes at S. Williams. R. Davis & Co. FLORIDA

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Li With The" Bradford Grove's Tasteless A TONIC chili Tonic restores SAMPSON CITY l tll l@ 'JChY1 '_ e 5' I f ASPIRIN

Energy! and Vitality by Purifying and Sampson City, Dec. 14.-Judge and

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Mrs. W. M. Koberson and son, Joe, oi MAY THE pe, >.\.<; OF JOY

strengthening,invigorating effect Bee howit Nahunta, Ga., and, Mrs. Audrey Say "Bayer" and Insist!
AND LAUGHTER PUT THS
iL Farmers brings color to the cheeks! and how Hrooker and two little daughters! Lo-

It Improve the appetite, you! v/ill then: rene und Phyllis, have returned tc "''Nil IN YOUR 7-fl

appreciate Its true tonic value. their home after u few days visit with. CHRISTMAS DINNER.

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply his sister Mrs. Josie Hall. -

REPORTS OF take from the fire. Pour the cook- 'Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnes and -z---C;
EXTRACTS FROM 1 children like It. The blond!
ed, hot candy on buttered tins. Mark pleuHiiril even daughter Bessie, of Waldo, spent
AGENTS needs Purify it and IRON to
COUNTY QUININE to
oft in squares before it gets too cool. Monday here, guests of Mr. and Mrs
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs am

Sugar Nut Candy Grip (germs by its Stren tbenlng, Invfgo- Jim Varnus.
leaving Friday witha C. n. Brown motored to Starke on .J
Madison-Am 1 EfTtft ,(Ik' "
1 Mix 3 pounds of white sugar, cup :Gong
!Madison\ county club boy for Chicago Friday.Mr. .
1-4
of water, 1 cup of vinegar/ poundof
where we go to attend the International butter. Bring to a boil. When it MILLEIt and Mrs. Parnell are here and

: Livestock show, the boy winning : 1' of are located with Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mi .
l Begins to thicken, add pound I r
the trip as a reward for first : Florida hickory nut, walnut or pecanornelH. Miller, Dec. 14.-T. II. Rimes returned Parnell has accepted employment at

honors in the fat barrow club at the little bit last week from a visit with the store of Williams & Harris.
< Test by dropping a ITnlosa you are the name "Bayer1 m
uI-. The county agent getA the It. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent ..
state fair. of the syrup) into cold water; remove his family at Allenton. .A "i A package/ or on tablet you are not R'-

trip because this county stood first in from the fire the moment the littlearticles B. E. Brown and N. E. Roberts, of Sunday here guest of Miss Mamie ting the genuine Bayer product [>nearilxxl '

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'I y the state contest at the fair' brittle. Pour into but Lake Butler, made a business trip to Hall. by physicians over twonty'.wwyears
are safe by milhoiii-
provod :rr
II I cool. Trenton last! week.O. G. L. Sapp, of Starke, spent Friday Of Course

I for the coming tered tins and Candy S. Thomas visited relatives here and Saturday here guest of T. V. Williams It's absurd, this habit of working Colds. Kpaxlacho
Cocoanut
j St. Johns-Fertilizer Toothache LumbagoKaracha
day and night to hold job. Iwouldn't
last week your
'. potato crop is arriving daily by One Florida, cocoanut and 3 cups Rheumatism
t 1 bought deli- J. L. Brown and daughter! Carrie Little Odus Edwin Brown fell last think of It.WellI'm Neuralgia Pain, Pain
train loads, ; much of it was of granulated sugar will make a
Belle motored to Lake Butler Satur week and broke hie arm. sure I didn't. The boss
co-oporatively. cious candy. Mix sugar and milk of Accept "Bayer Tablets of Anpir!
t Mrs. R. L. Brown and little daughter did. only. Each unbroken package rontaiproper /> .
cocoanut, beat slowly until the sugaris day.Mr.
festival is to be boll five minutes. Add and Mrs. D. B. Thomas visited Murl Willie Nan, of Tampa, are directions. Handy boxes o-
Polk-An orange melted, then cent few centa. nruir
And That's That tablets
twelve
here of the death of her
account
held at Winter Haven soon. Preparations cocoanut (finely grated), boil 10 min- relatives at New River Sunday. on gist also poll bottles of 24 and Ion'

are being made for Tampa and utes longer, stirring constantly to H. C. Peeples made a business trip mother, Mrs. W. S. Nabb. Literary-Have you read "To Our Aspirin i. the trado mark of flit)'

I all\ butteredtins to Dukes Saturday. Joe S. Williams! and Mr. Parnell Bovinfc(, Friends?" Manufacture' of Mowoaretlcaolilonler" ? \ "'
New York fairs. Nearly packinghouses keep from burning. Pour on
h are doing business. and cut into squares. It will take Dr. Maines, of Lake Butler, was a motored to Starke Saturday after Earthy-Nope-I never even tried.I S,1I1'1 Ii caet d.

i harden. professional visitor here Sunday af noon. don't think they would listen.
about to
two days
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Taylor-This county; is preparing Florida Pop Cora Candy ternoon. Death of Mrs. W. S. NabbA auto tire from 380 E. Piccadilly St.

j Miss Rose Johnson, of New River, It Head Like This will call\, he can get the five blowout
''r sun-cured
7 to grow about 200 acres of Put into a large sauce pan or iron deep gloom was cast over out
1(: \ tablespoons is the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. B. Wanted-Wide awake young patches which belong to it.-Winchester -
tobacco next year. kettle, 1 tablespoon of butter, 3 community early Sunday morning

i 'y'" of water, and 1 cup of whit Thomas, this week. when news spread that Mrs. W. S. man accustomed to complaintsfor (Va.) Star.

II' ,' Lake-Assillted in forming comK..r sugar. Boil until ready to candy, Wilbur Brown, of Alachua, is visiting Nabb had passed to the great beyond.She .. our information bureau.It .
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homefolks this week. might a
mum!)' play ground: for Tavares ami then add 3 quarts of nicely popped had been in failing health for
Miss Vera Osteen, of Providence, ii young father of twins got the Job. The Stork delivered a fine baby boy
is bed
: community. Much fine fruit going corn. Stir vigorously until the sugar some time, being confined to her
[ week.N. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Buzzard one
to
Miss Pearl Brown this
visiting
,' to market; prices reported as satis Is evenly distributed over the corn; for a number of weeks and her death
II. Stokes attended the meeting So ParticularAnd day last week.-Summerville (W
<; factory. Growers are fertilizing and take the kettle from the fire and stir was not unexpected. The cause ol
1' of the truck association at did visit Italy-and eat Va.) Chronicle.The .
i, cultivating groves and banking young until it cools a little and in this way growers death was internal cancer. Every you

trees to protect them from cold. you may have each kernel separate Dukes Friday. thing that kind friends and loving some of those wonderful doughnuts:
Mrs. Frank Osteen, of Providence,, fried on the sidewalk of Florence? Business BuilderAunt
6 and all coated with sugar. You will hands could do to prolong her lif
e I Mrs. J. S. Brown No-I wasn't that hungry. Bobby-Bobby, remember, I
is visiting her sister -
winter
of God loved
C Walton-Large acreage like any nuts prepared this way. was done but to no avail.

IFrl d d'e' cover crops is going in here. More who Is very ill. her beat and took her home where gave you a penny to be still yester-

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McLeod visited And Re Got It day.
tractors than ever before are in use To Stop a Cough" Quick there is no more sorrow and pain.
31' relatives near Worthington one day Old Gentleman (meeting 5 year tot Bobby-Yes, auntie, but this Is today
breaking land. FarmaM are going take JlA YES. HEALING HONEY. She was a faithful member of the
last week. on aidewalk-Ah-Good) morning, and I am just showing you that
strong on high grade fertilizers, the cough medicine which stops the cough by Free Will Baptist church, a loving

F i ,F deep breaking of land and shallow healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. mother and a generous neighbor, always young sir. You're a mighty fine you got your money's worth yester

t cultivation. A box of GROVE'S oPENTRATESALVE willing to do her part. The young gentleman and a credit to the day.

for Chest Colds Head Colds and IT IS SERIOUS country-and how did you sleep last
deceased at the time of her death was
is enclosed with bottle of
: Croup every night? Not So Positive as Negative!
1ll ( Ponco-Much development( agricul HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The solve 51 years old. Before her marriageto to
should be rubbed the chest and throat Some Starke Fail to Realize Little One-Inna bed. Itel'bee-Was her answer your
I e j turally, Is going on on the west coast on People W. S. Nabb she was Miss Willie
4 of children suffering from a Cold or CroupThe proposal positive?
i of county. the Seriousness of a Bad Back. Elmira Darley and to this union waa:
i our hpflllnjl effect of Hayes* Healing.Honey la- You Tell 'EmI Jeebee-Yes.
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side the throat combined with the healing effect oftirove The constant aching or a bad back born six children, four of whom survive
: s O-Pea-Trme Salve through the pores oltho The wetrlnesL! the tire, feeling. her. like you new gown m'dearItfits Itelbee-What was it?
Marion-Most successful county] skin cough I
g //i I fair ever was held here this weekEverybody Both remedies soon.stops are parked In one carton and the The pains and aches of kidney Ills She was laid to rest Sunday afternoon perfectly. Jeebee-Negative.

f. cost of the combined treatment Is iSa. May result aer.ously, : if neglected. Funeral Y e, it does fit well-but not nearly
make it everybodj at New Hope cemetery,
helped ,
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'ItF.AlJNG Dangerous urlnar" troubles often as perfect as the fit George had with The Parrot Brand
'. enjoyed it, and everybody left enthusiastic HONEY. Director DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke ,
follow. line will
Yes siree
Salesman our
the bill. ,
j ;,' about it. Exhibits were up to A SturkH citizen shows you what to I in charge.; Rev. Butler had charge of speak for itself

1' .)j standard; all available space filled CONTROL:' TOMATO WILT do. .: the funeral services.Of i Sup-
Blonde Bees Opine. Bored Customer-All right.
: Citrus show was especially !good; and BY PREVENTIVE MEANS Ask your neighbor: near relatives "she, leaves to : for few
minds all right-If that keep still a
Open are one you
\ never a better display.. We bad I a Mrs. S.lad Kilo;: Cherry St., says: mourn her departure, her husband,, pose
r could only find them with closed minutes and give it a chance.
It 9 Jam-up fair. Tomato growers are cautioned to "I was all run down and Buffered, W. S. Nabb, three daughters: Mrs.

provide against the dangers of wilt from kidney iliso! der. I couldn't get Lonnie Morgan, of Brooker, Mrs. R.. mouths. His PaN.

Osreoln-"Strawberries: are on the before the winter crops are planted.The up or down: without help because: of L. Brown, of Tampa, and Mrs. W. H.. Picking such

local market every day now, and firs)) seed! should be treated with cor- the misery through/ the small <'( my Smi'h nnd Dogan Nabb of this place;; Sausage to Verne Mother-Harold, stop using
a back. kldn' noted too freelyand Nine little awful language.
shipment will be mink- InI few days rosive sublimate and the seedbeds My ys one 'irother. Bryant Darley, and five sausages
I sufTerud! from terrible pains In Sizzling on a plate Harold-Well, mom, Shakespear.1uses
sterilized before planting, accordingto JrrlllJciaughtcrs.' The flowers were
the back of my he-id. I heard aboutDoan'8 I Down came the boarders it.
5 t Ilornando-Vegetable shipments be Dr. G. F. Weber of the Florida Experiment profane and beautiful. The bereaved
I rills and three \boxes, with
And than they wera at. Mother-W\, then, don't play
; ginning Helped loud a car this week Station. which I biusht at :M.tchPll'a: \>rus relative. have the sympathy of the that naughty Shakespeare boy any

for the markets. "Resistant and early maturing varieties Store gave me ndertul. relief. entiiv community. Head Work more.

should bo selected for the coming Price 60r. at all dloora.Jon't\
Hubby (sitting in back scat and -
Putnom-Fijlht: communities are crop, and land which has not simply oak lev a kidney f\'II1t'dy-get To Cure a Cold in One I Pay wife driving)-What's the matter? Beneath the Hay

exhibiting, ut our county fair next grown tomatoes before should be selected Doan's 1'111"tile name that Tulle '.fiVE RROMOQI'INNETablets( ( ) ,
week Pull and Mrs. KIt In d.I Foster MKburn: Co. Atoita < tiurth and tiin
;i for a seedbed. up Indication Mfrs nufralo.: N. Y. r.ild \. GROVE'sidua'ureuucuthbus.:: | 3'Jt' Hubby-What? Can't you stop it? an overturned load of hay. A neigh.
burn all which show
plants any
ri I Wife (excitedly)-No-Ol! boring farmer, noticed his prl'ditII'ment

( 1 HOW'S TIllS? of wilt. No spray or fertilizer mUIIAGrllhnm !\! Hubby-Then run into something and as it was dinner time, invited
plant that shows tha
can save a
,, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will ('!J.p. hhn to eat, explaining that they
do what we claim fur It-rl.l your ayitem disease, because the fungus" is alreadyin after-
\ of Catarrh or DeaCnuss. caused by the sap and is carried to all\ partsof Dec. 14.-Messrs. Geiger I The Beauty Winner would take care of the hay
Catarrh motored to Gifts With Advice wards. i
Hurry and C. B. Roberts
IIALL'S CATARRH !MEDICINE( : con- the plant, regardless! of any fertilizing -
sets of an Oinlinont whkh Quickly Starke Monday. Ed Purdy wail writing to his son in The boy hesitated, but finally ac 1''
Jlcllovi'S the catarrhal Inlliimmutlon. and or spraying! the grower is 'Y 'ig TH
D. J. Byrd is home after visiting college: cepted.
fi the lnt..rnll1II0dil'lno.\ a Tunic, which advised.
art through the HI..ml I on the Mucous relatives In South Florida.Mr. : li \ "-.and you kin remember Ebner, During the meal the boy was very
+ 'i I Kurfacea, thus asmsiliiK i to rostora normal Tomato! wilt is common in Florida ,. that
1 condliluiiH.Holil I considered and Mrs L. G. Barry and Mrs.E. \ ..... :J-\' that college bred doesn't mean a four nervous. and several times said "
4. < by clriiKitlnts( for aver ea Years. and causes! great losses, being I /..: .... \ wouldn't like it. On being i
J. Murrhee Friday in Hampton r" to year loaf. With vest! and other regards his father
ll *. J. Cheney A Co. of the spent ...
h h. Toledo O. one of the worst diseases % rq:4 [ .. fath
., tomato in many districts of the state. with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Byrd. (wV; ; -. .&, Pa." urged to give the reason for his t

O. W. and daughter Miss 1 er's objection, he said:
Dyal ,
}\i HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Because it is subject only to preventive v vrrr .
that
it is difficult to Ruby, were visitors to the county seat .-1/: :"'"; .. Dumb Dan HimselfMirandyGoodnesa "Well\, you see, dad is under

measures very Friday.Mr. I, ;:''. me, Si, what load of hay." I
Home Dt'mon"tratlonp'hlll..t the '
j Weekly From control. The fungus which causes! :
Tallahassee and Mrs. Henry Saxon, of you painting the inside of the chicken -
disease lives in the soil from one season ,4A'r '
the home for? Such a Relief
Hampton, spent Friday at coop
to another, which makes crop ro- '
) \ Candies make good and appreciated tation necessary. Tomatoes should of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden.Mr. My Silas-Why, to keep the chickens The chronic borrower met the we1- I
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from the out of the known tight wad.
and Mrs. Willard Smith and pickin grain !
t "' holiday gifts as well as at other times! be planted on "sick" soil only once need th'-'
have considerable little son, of Savannah, Ga., are visiting wood. "Oh," said the C. B., "I Ii
food
I As they four
a every years. haven"the
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r dollars\ the worst way, and
value also. Below wo give recipes and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 8
r Practical Gal least idea where I will get it.
.' Graves.
t
andies.
various
Others methods!will for bo making given next weak. : FOR HOME AND STABLE Messrs. Schell Byrd, Violas Reynolds 'ri, np ,Serious minded young man (after "Fine," snapped the w. k. t. w., OIfl>!' ;

Theo extraordinary Itorozona\ treatmentfor and Ellis Starling, spent Saturday proposing)-But can you cook? A minute I thought you ,thought \ '> S
Nut Molasses Candy tlenh woundrut* burns
sores' gall: '
When making molasses! candy: add and BraM.H it*just mt cltoctivo in tho stable afternoon'at Gainesville.Mr. Modern! Business GirlVellIet'stake could borrow it from me. J

roasted Florida peanuts, pecans, walnuts as in tho home., Horse Ill-nil heal with and Mrs. Lewis\ Byrd and children these questions up in their regular r

which remurkabin's. ; -cd under I its powerful in- of Hampton, spent the week-end order. The matter of cooking is Colds Cause trip and Influenza I
or any other nuts, you fluptirp. Tho U for "
treatment" tho
sama here with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry. not the first to be considered. LAXATIVE BROMO QtENINETshet1!: wmovrcause.
may have. Put them in after the syrup animals as fur IIUIIVUIH. First. wjmli out ""-."'" On'' J Jpo.

t has\ thickened and is ready to infectious germs with liquid llorozono, Miss Mattie Ogden, teacher of the S. M. Y. M.-Then, what is first? W.GSOVE'S Them e'Hf I is' >only...-nn one bo*. 3IH-

and tho lUiroxono Powder completes tho Crpstview school, spent the weekendwith V OO.TL M. B. G.-Can you provide the stuffto

1k I healing: nrurraH. I'rii-o, (liquid) 30> 600 her parents here.. be cooked? .
Bold\
i an<$1.20. I'uwderSOoondtiOc. :: by .
Mrs. Stokes and children, Everett --
j I' AH Drug Stores UresHod comparatively nlal%
e I : and Eytelle 'a'\4.lin, of Waldo, spent Norina NlMock. of Toronto. Canada Co-operation r AO\'J:1tTItm'lO ALPlIADfTZ"

q I Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs stepped into New York lastweekand Farmer Boy (alighting from old OUR

: 1 I SEA1IOAH1) TRAIN SCIIEDULE O. W. Dyal.. won over 87 Amerlcan.lX'Butles gray mare-One) of them city boarders .

FIRE I S. ,V. Thomas was a business visitor from at many cities In a North has just hung himself down therein
effect- : American beauty conte"t.CHILDREN'S "
(In Nov. 11, 1923)\ ) to Hampton Saturday. I the woods.FatherlIe.
I
gee SouthboundNo. Truman Dyal and family, of Ziff, has? Did you cut him

I 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. down? it'

No. 3, 10:59! \ a. m. COUGHS Farmer not. He wasn'tdead
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. Boy-I guess
Is it Your House? No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. Children throats are delicate and to'. ZERO
Limited 1:16 Rev. Dock Crews, of Long Bridge! Getmitlve. 'In |play, at srhnnl' or work yet.
No. 15 : p. m.
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l' will preach at the Christian churck tilt'n: r. exposed to chilling drafts. ,.oIAin4 -".,, lR"r.
j NorthboundNo. their little bodies arc overheated, from neani"J
!. Our business is to protect 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. Sunday morning and evening. exercise they cool oil too quick and n Oh, That's Different! TJa.JJ 'W" wJ o do
No. 4. 4:26: p. m. There will be a Christmas tree ,at cold nets in. The miiiuto your child Fearful One-Well, believe me, I
t ... small
,I. you large and No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m. the Christian church. Misses Leta romnieni-es T/vonnrdi's. to rough get a bottle of never want to get down and out. .
Cough (Creosoted .
Syrup
) scoreG
{ ;:' Best Reliable Companies No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m. Fogg and Bunnie Graves are in It U good for children's, delicate Literal Len-Don't be too sure of z.1i/y J-tS u.S' ,.

:' Wannee BranchNo. charge of the program. Time will be throats, protects the lungs, raises the that. Suppose you" were up in an air
.'" Quick Adjustments 101 leaves Starke 7:45: : a. m. Phlegm, and, gives quick relief. A ?
announced later. ( plane )
barmleis. cute, pleasant remedy for : yceu
i Starke 3:15
lot arrives : m.
DON'T LOSE't No. p. Messrs.! L. G. Barry and Dewey coughs cold, grippe! croup, whooping! g
T. J. GRIFFIN
l and
bl'oachitltb'"t
cough Is
Murrhee motored to Starke and to healing Our Want Ad DepartmentFor 0a
Agent.No nod soothing. Fine for adults too. '
SEE US Hampton Saturday. For sale at your druggist Sale or Trade-Good touringcar

I Frank Warren of Gainesville, was in fine condition for cattle or hogs

Peek & Ferryman Worms In a nealthy Child visiting friends here Sunday. A backbone that is no bigger than Livingston (Mont.) Enterprise.For : ;
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All children troubled with Worms have an
business outfit
wishbone makes headbone Sale-Complete
b..altbycolo': which Indicates poor blood and as* Miss Cola Fogg, of New Hampshire a a good

't Telephone' 83Staike rule, there M more or I ess stomach disturbance. is spending the winter here pinhead. -first class hound dog, meat rack, v;

i t GROVES lorly fur twoor TASTELESS three weeks.CHILL pat TONIC enrich given the blood.reitu- with her brother. Her many friendsare sausage cooking pot (37 gals.) Apply

improve the
H in 'is' 'f w.' lihen' ::...- ..;"* C spent in New Hamp ru.tter of more concern than a blot Post Telegram.
I throw 0.'rr 1 t .. In l ;pcrtcft health. Pleasant.._!...o sic IOCr 4da shire. an the soul. Personal-If the party who took


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DIVORCEThe BKOOKEU by Union county expiring J.-tnvury 1 ilivrrv, tinfollnwlna ili" ontipd, n-al mint 11In. /. I
1 .* and bring In Bradford county, Florida, to.
1921 tho clerk ordered to I
was
prepare wit :
greatest evil that faces the
: Brooker Dec. 14. notice advertise for' tho The Southnml Quarter of the Southeant II
-G. W. and E. M. and
QunrUT of the ,
Nun tired ,
world today Is the divorce[ Wunrtor and Ihn I WITH YOUR
Ho.'inl' Hazen were visitors to Starke Satur lease of county convicts for tho year Southcaiit t .' nn""r. the Hoiilhwmt Ounrtnruf PRINTING
the .. ,. nnd tho North; Unit
o\il, day. .Said lease to be sold to the! of Northui'Ht Quarter of Nonl.boast r

I li I I li perfectly clear thnt the Bible\ Charlie :Marks of Alachua, was' a highest and best bidder of any county of Northi.aut Pout hem.yiimi t qunvior., r of: and Norlhwiwl tinNorth llillf ofSoutheast of I R
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,1 I.( ...., not permit of divorce and reii visitor here Thursd.iy. in the state on Monday, January ( ) : WiuiitiT.. all I In Section 'fhirty.eIxt99) i =.. "' .. ......... "

J. J. Rlffdon and son, Arthur, of 7, 1921. And tho South. llnlf of Southwest Quarter. [:.t:' ", '
ground I :
),?iiiiM-'c: ( mi nay except onp, of SoitthciiHt. Quarter. of Beetion Twenty.four .ft
that whosoever: puiu-th nway Starke, attended to business here on There being no further business, :::4.11\ aliovn helnir In Township Five (5)), i _.: -......- L. \, Pt. ;,
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nml Wednesday.Mrs. board adjourned to meet the first South of Knniro rwvnty-two ((221. East. of TaN I _: 1J7o'q .., -
willailiiK for the cause of for- lahHMee Mintllan, conlnlnltiK" In the aunrvKMtc ...:' \
hiv, Berths Hosier "" '' .
and of 6U
urns
baby Monday in January 19.! I, in regular : '

,,. ,,'UI 1..11.. maUotli her an adulterer' Lawtey, are guests of her mother, session. Special D. Master E. KNIGHT'In Chana'ry.A I ff\ '- "< :

!Mrs O. W. Thomas. S. CREWS. i1I-
anil if ho marries another ho lilmsuli G. W. ALDERMAN: So11eitia\ for Complitlnmnt.! 12-T-P-I-4 I \ .'

commits udultl'r)'. This iiiuohti !\Irll.\ A. J. PinhoTster of LaCrosse, Clerk and Auditor. I **! :: Lm WI
moved here last
Thursday Mrs. Pin- MASTEK'H!: PAI.E \
plain' in: day namely, that there
holster Notice 'm hereby filvrn that under nod byvlrtiw
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was resident of
: a this .
ono Scriptural ground for place You cannot live for self and expect of that DMIVO I > -I
!I" only I cert n m Kinnl of Koivrhmurt' ....... !
before
gwnn to LaCrosse niHilinnd tvndi-rt.
and we aro on Nmi-mlNT 2J. ,
l"rC't'11,1 rMimrrliiKe! -Impurity glad. to I others to live for you. A. D. 1152x" : |by honorable A. V. Ixmir. .luiltro ,
the part of tlm other' party. welcome her back. I of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In and for I
on Sheriff, Epperson and Jtim.fori! c. u"'IFiori.' .... In that rt>rtiiinciiiti .
Hut, what artyou ,Botnir; to do Deputy BaU- /, Don't simply hold the truth; let the 0 v ht-M-in U. M. Innmti In ounutlniniint rightfully than following of
expect more mere
den were business visitors here last hold and PfiAtiHlo Ttrna and Mary Tlrmi are .It- a your
\r1u-ii divorce has really becofiie> ) ; a truth you. frnilnnlnThu -- YOU

pnsflnio? Some are treating It as Tuesday I untlt' .t.iuht'tl. will over for MHO! an.1) will when you get printing from this shop.!
!Mr. Lyman of mil U. the luuhiwt' and b but a passing cxperlciu'e.: Social Alachua was a visitor What is open to question 1 is neveropt'n In front ..r the rouHhoiiHU itoor In Star kit,
bl'rp't'hwllday.. Hrnilfoitl' Inrttttt, M it ilny. thn 7th We
to Indulgence Ctniniy' on n promise service. Service includes intelligent
lUion' are being. broken moral gtand- I day of .'"nu".y. \. D 1024 thirlntl. the legal you an
Mr. Dyal> of Jacksonville, was at- hour of ,,1.: '. for the nf HntinfylntrHHitl
shattered children MI purpose
aria are being I. tending to business: here Wednesday. ) finnl ilit'ii-o, the folUiw.nu itiitcribtMl. rent 1 1I i study of manuscript; the proper faces of type to be used; perfection '
are being: cured homes are being I estate I) lust and bt-tnt In Urndfonl county

Crolieu up, and wen and women aro Little The basket ball girls motored to i EtiQ.uettent "Kloriiln KU-vcn: It.nritw-.. |It .:, moro or Ira beginning, lit i in alignment; exact quality of paper; how to cut it, print .1.1i

Springs Friday afternoon to I tho Northwest corner of tho Northwmt (Jnari'r
of for the
losing/ all dense regard playa The of the Sotttliwp (Iun ..-.. of StationTventy4 i and fold it. i'
frame. resulted
Hcredness of tho marrlnge vow .> game in a >ni> i 121)) Township Six (16\ South
score of 10 to 3 in favor of Little Knnico Twfiity-two (ZJ' Fast end l run Fast
Of course, where one party la 1 along the North line nf until quarter simian No job to small for our
Spring' 4-0 fort tlu'ncci South to the noiith line of
guilty the Innocent party bas News of the death of :Mrs.: W. S. unlit gorier ....lI..". thonn Wtut H-0 fret t<. Quality Printing Standards .
the* East rule if Stnrkv and 1 Snndprnon road
right to re-marry, and tho (
perfect N'ahb of Sampson City was received d.air4 os :thence Nonhrrty along I : Feet:: .tldo of nld moilto I
Innocent party onght to Rot a di RtaJrrt "t ptriitial ,. .. the \\i'L lino of snit 8tTtltm Twenty-one
too here Sunday morning Her many tOO".' of fits.". *""'' afl.." ((21)). thonro North along. We t line, U> lilac Bradford County Telegraph
vorce. But, there are many peo. .
friends sympathize with the bereaved metn*, Hut A. L.da. core of IKI of boirlniuiirin thn Nmtliwwtt Quarter of
pie deliberately committing the offense i .,....,..,,,.. inclettnf golf a4.1.,4 the Sotithwcut ijimrtfr of !Huctitm: weal one ,
children i .ad Jf,-Pld< ** .I fc>l.. (lill.) 'lowtiohlp; : Sea ,Mil, South Range Twon- "Printing Matter of the Better Kind"
In order that they may secure y-two (ULM) ia: .t. I I
Miss' Lulu Shaw daughter of Mr. Said milf lu-inu mntlt. wubjirt to .tlm prior' I
the divorce. They are deliberately> and Mrs. C. N. DBAB A. LKTIA-: lion now fxldluiir( In fnxt>r of 'th<* owner of
and JWa
Shaw .
the cause for the that "' .. ..1" nun 'taw fMTutttl blU.. M. rv
creating purpose to put
teri were united in marriage Wednesday Is It necessary for f> man Smith 0",11m... !Smith toV T. Wifkn. ,100..1A"'II ,
of being separated. his chulr under too table at the 2... ,\. l H. It.JJ, unit cnrdtMl. In nort.1t'1Ul" and Hnttle Tvlcr. hi. wife are defendants-- :':, nwienMtHl nt the tlnto of Iho iNHUiinoti of lt.lli'
by Judge K. A. Green, of of meal? book nurnhrr one nt piuroIflO. of the. l I 'I'ho mull-ruin. l will olfor. for nail and will >rtillrnliN In lln nnme .....1".11..11h'ln.-
a
Nearly sixty per> cent of the divorces Starke.Messrs.. conclusion Tublio K.-cnnljt. of Hrndford county" .riurfiln : sill to the htuhmtt and "brat. bidder fur cash sifter imrtlnulHrly. forth. towlttVrllllento s
of today have been' brought' It. M. utHO mibjiTt. to the lion crimUil by tht. two> In front of lhi> rourthouMe door, In SMurrti! ( No 174 vnthmcvn Soulll Unit :
E. S. Matthews, N. T. RitchJ. dliilmc nt homo or nt>t<.. duo cotnplninHnt hlth... irt'iidnnu| not. Itrndfttrd county, Florida on M"n.lnllho 7th of .Lot 12 'In Woodlnwn. 1-1..... 14. Tl, (I. S. 'U.'J 1'
about by the parties premedltatedly No. t'nl slut slay of January, A. I). 1024 during the. Irtfnl I K ID. iionw, KrainuiiHl IrfHinnnl. A. Wllnoii.fiTtlllenlo '.
II. Ritch and Ed R. NeflT, of Starke at a friends b where this Is D. t:. KNKiHT. hour of aalo. for the imrmwo of nlitifyln.r No. HII: ul11hr....... North llnlf s1
creating: the cause for the divorce. were transacting business in this section the custom .1"1 not lo no. Spool I Maittvr in i'hanciry.A. Maid find dec re.*. the following( dittmlmd. real .Lot .IJ In ", .""II"wn. 1'1.... 14. '1',. fir S. K.
Wby don't the Christian forcesof S. CREW3.for ntae, lying" and bolntr In Hrndford, ""' '''1/1 I I..r F.; r eons awtiwuiHl Cllva Clemonn.IVilllli'HIo .
Tuesday "" .. Complnlnnnt. 12-7.Rt-l-4 Hf.rldu. t vw1t : ; No 1U! emliinern. W.I/ A of rv
.
and -- -- ---- Tho Northeast Quarter of the Northwest .
the country speak suppress A. LKD"a : North Ilulf of Northwiwt tMnrter of Northwmt
A. A. Durden of Hampton, was in .Ut. what. Is the OKDFH FOR PUUMCATION Quarter of HiNttlon 'Ihrvu <181.!! TowimhliSix Uuurtiir. "..... lid '1',.. B, S. >L 2i 1 F< .. /8ncrv
I I
Will kindly
this in II ? ;you lea South Range Twenty-two' ((22)) Kant: ,
our town Tuesday. In Circuit fnurt, Stele of Klnritln. KluhthJiidiclul *. MHHenMed T. I,. Gurry.UnlfM .
correct thing for a man to uy to Circuit UmdforU Co..ntlIn Chaneery. containing Forty ((40)) actvn, morn or I Lsa.
Those having business in the enid. sub" twinir mile ubji'ct to the prior lion I I sushi cifrtitlent' shall Ire n>iliH'metlncronhnir !
rl't"'l.tlml.tA
county the wedding ,
the bride at t seat Tuesday were Messrs. G. W. >>o what might a womaa say If hill It filed npiM-ftrinit in the by.bovo-ntaU'tl ntTldnvtt. .1..1..1 arum. |that I to I..the nKttch cortHln now pnuitlnir.mortgage. In, favor evpcutnl of by the J.owner A. Tyler of thnt andllattie thn 7th .....1.r .Innunry. A. I). 11121.Wltnetn ',
official nlunnlur and jieiil thin
and E M. Hazen J. E. A. lbe 111 not an Intimate friend of the tho defendant thir,>ln named la % non Tyler, bin wife over until lender. dntalOetoie.r my .
demons I the Mh ''''1tit December, A. T> 1H21.U.
I l Hi( A. 1>. 1U1R, and oordHl tn mortKiiKe -
Files Cu.eu in o 10 1.f Days: bride's. ? rfwitlf nt of the "t.t. of Florida. and she .U ftrmldont W. ALDERMAN
B. L. R. book Two (2), at Twrniy-two, U21!
Surrency and Gainey. of North Carollnaend pnw
of Troy. state
Druggists refund money If PA7.O OINTMENT full R. Lv of She pubto) ivconln of Hrndford oounty.Moridu. I (Road' (Murk Circuit Court
to. earn Uchinit.. Blinil liucdinucrPrntrudinp. I'llt'it Roswell Ward of Tampa spent the in over tho nice of twenty-one yen. I It. t Dy C. A. KNKilll'.
InHtanuy relieve I Itching Fllus. and yuu ran, reception a mail (I" thprrforw or..d. that said. non-rmldi'nt do 12-7-0-I-4/ l"'p"1'I.rk..
..tlultee.:: ; uarr th I..t 1an1etma; Pals.. t. day here with relatives Saturday. At K wadding the bride ou fondant be and I.i hereby required to appear l AHI| the. following. .. duecriMd. l pornonnl prop.t
t In Bradford '1to..wi'l
usually sompUmenU to the bill of complaint filed in said l eauM on eel """
Miss Lorene Hazen returned to Rai- "pray the of I On hone utmtit twelve ytwrw old,
or he may say or before Monday day January I
her appearance h'lnr": :
food wt hf..'. A. I>. 11124. othvrwuiv' th".1 :..t ., of alit w.' ." twelve hunilrvd, ((1200)' |M>unilitnamml (CDI
ford
to her schoolwork alnoereet
SCHOOL, BOARD MEETING Sunday resume aocept my bill will be taken an conft.wwl by said de- ieoni: .
after a week's visit with rela The woman could say to the bride fendant.It I>. K.: KNir.HT. COFFINS & CASKETS
net me wish you every hupvtuetw la further ordered. hat thui. order bpuhllnhed Sti>fclnl Maier In ChuncMiry
tives. A. S. CREWS
since a week for four conmcutiv
the
In married life, and to Sollcllor for Compllilnnnt. 12-7-61-1-4/ And a FaD Line ofUnd.rtaA.ra'
Board met in regular session Dec Lewis Shriver motored to Gaines your "I ? weeka in the Hrndfonl. Ctninty Telegraph, a
thl effect onKratulate -
(frwoin words to newspaper publifthi| in nnid county and) Htate.Thin Sapphtf
3rd with all members present, viz: L. ville Friday. you most heartily on the December 4, A. D. 1923. NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOIL| TAX IIEEI

W. Kickliter, A. A. Hazen and L. J. Misses Ella Mae Hazen, Virginia good fortune that. l I". yours tads,:' Seat) (.. W.Clerk I ALDERMAN Cirru.t. Court. UNDER SECTION ITS OK" TILE AUTOMOBILE DEABSBAlway

Wynn. Weeks, Mattie Lois Hawkins were By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk. GENERAL STATUTES on baud The beat mutvt -

Minutes of l last meeting read and visitors to Alachua Sunday.Mrs. DEAB A. LED : audienMduring A. S. CREWS. llrrrby nonce l in given that Loull II. Illll' at the lowMt priee. Spo4al -
the for Complainant. 12-7-6t-l-4
approved as read. I. W. Pinholster Miss Lubedia If one ban friend In Solicitor purchaser ,nf tat sate etrtlrtrnl4n; numberelnwp.ettv.ly l .
_U to telegraph ar.an
right to 1C0 att n
a play III It all I 1T4. Illll mil 211, liuiial liy the
The board agreed for Supt. Wig. Pinholster and John Pinholster had and sit wIth them during an MASTER'S BALK tax colleelor' of Redford county. Florida.I Registered EmbaliDeWITT .
over Notice J In heifby irtven that under and by nniil' eertinent numWr 174 being iNteil A"II.I .
I
all laid
gins and Mr. Kickliter to pay business in Gainesville Monday.Mr. Intermission? 2.: If two men '
virtue of that certain Final Decree of Fore- 1. \\U'20.\ and aid enHIHante niimbvriNl :
teachers who have a month made by and Mrs. M. P. Matheny mo two women are at a play tom-ther III I closure made and rendered on November 23. I and IJ12 being ilnUnl July 4. 11)21. has C. JONES
for the men to( leave A. D. 11>211.! by Honorable A. V. Konir Judge sushi errtltlcnten In my offlcv .nil ha* ,,,IU'I
Saturday before Christmas.The tored to Gainesville Monday. It permissible durum nf the Eighth Judicial Circuit. In and for nppllcntlon for .tux d..1) | to lassie In ... .
smoke FLAIGJIDmlDlJlClllIKJImUIIIIUJIIlIHDlIIIQ.
the women to K<> and Bradford county, Florida. in that certain with. Inw. STARKE
board designated the depositories Messrs R. A. Weeks, T. C. Hazen, an IntermliHlonl 7! 3. H i>l>oHjiif| there cause wherein. the Hrndfonl. County Rank a Saul eertinratew. renpeetlvety pmh.....'.* She I
as follows : Bradford County H. D. Lynn and II. P. Gainey had Is just a man and a woman .ulonu corporation. I. complainant, and J. A, Tyler \ ffillowinx litniln In Itrntlford county' Fiends .....""""" .......... ,

Bank and the Bank of Starke. The business in Starke Tuesday. docs the Hiune rule hold, ? -. -.- -. ----. .- --- - -
funds to remain as last year. a. AN IWTEBEHTKDTPS : jtEAflba."" 1 ,

Widows pension claim of Ruby On one ...."'Utl.n---wh"11 Is.
-
nl,,\U> wtii.othiTWlHi .
have
Green was granted and she was allowed Balks Paying that your frli'iiil
.
at tInt In hI'
M>n Bhoiild\ "'>
$5 per month.( 3. "C .'s
)
loMiy. to.i vi' ll. U.o 4. ,
I limn xhoiilil i"',f 1c'lnp a wuiniirwaliMl
uliMiiIn. tlio /111.11.1.! .

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Money Helps To Make j

1 .--A liifO. MlinttipiM.' nill.o
..t.
I iniiili ly l dlsiiihiiiK ii fill"\

Ih.f Onom pare riiHlIlp miap In will..,.. 'j'" lime' )

LyG it In n Jelly it'iifNIPiny ""0 our I riiit' ,
pDt WDERY of water tt> ii rake' of soap. I* "ll"

Is. very IIII) wn-.li onro a westr

I every two ilii) ". OflnrwlHi- sure A Merry Christmas d
Y Mmnuli "'
II every tl.rt'O \\'.'( kn It
1 T --. +w dtlicr oit-u- be 1, sue to rliine tliur-

I bl ljaflerwaird.! *.

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:Mrs. Mary Summertime, of Do-

fret collected her III1AhRIII! FO: --- I-IEHE'S THE WAY TO I-lAVE BOTH
nnnve, > (.lfI"hlllt1'1'11..10"' l fr, ,II.) .,. MASTER'S BALE
w Notice la her>hy gluon that under and by .
virtue of that certain Flnnl Decree of KbrerloNuro I'
mail* and rendem on November" JJ.
A. I). 11121: by Honorable A. V. Long. Judge
of thn Elulith Judicial( Circuit In god for
MINUTES: : : OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ; : : Hrndford. oounty. rlorliln, in that certainciiunt '
wherein the Bradford County flunk a I
: MEETINGThe corporation, In complnlnant, and C.: H MnrkB
and Fannfti Marks hit wife ar. defenilanta -
Tht 1 > undersigned will offer for nal" will
board of county( commisisoners Hell to thff hlvheHt and bent bidder. for .leIn :. I
front of the court h...... door In Stark
met in regular session December 3, Ifrnilfonl. County Morltla. on Monday, the 7th
any of January A. D. 1024. during tbo lenalhourn "
1923: with all members present, as nf alt for the purpiwe of tutiiifyinif t

35 years of un" follows: J. M. Brownlee, chairman old l final di...re>. the following described. reale alt lll.I .
service Louis II. Hill S. J. Prescott, James ,late. lying/ and being In Bradford county
failing Plorldn. towitCnnmonclnw I
:
ReynoM). and II. P. Gainey.
\
Klff fret from the Northcantcornnr
serviceonbake.aUMET Minutes of last meeting read and of Hroadway and lliiyt atreeta. nn th. "
North nidv of Hoyt .'...*.1. and run north 105/

WORLDS approved.Notary public bond of E. E. Canova .:-.t.E;: thence IJU,Went t/l2'/ '/.,u tI0 to feet bwlnnlnv to Hoyt Christmas Savings Club i

Also Lola 2i, a.. 81, 3J. HI, 84. 85/ and 66/ .
presented and approved. of block Three (1) In R. N Dowlln'a addition
WORLDSBpKNG to Town of Starke. All of the above beinit -
Petition received from citizens of 'In the Town of atarke, and In Section
Brooker and vicinity asking that C. 21, Township 0 South Kanice Twnnty-two Hundreds are flocking to join our Christmas Savings I d
(122)) eat
i F. Wilson be placed upon pauper roll, AlHo NortheaHt; Quarter of Sonthweat Quarter Club, which started December 10th and you should not let the I

Retains its great and after consideration he was placed of Southeant Quarter of Section 61. Township -
/* South Kanue 22 Eait chance by. '
go :
ni"- upon said roll at $3 per month. Abo Northeast Quarter of th. 8outhwMtQuartnr.
The matter of petition for an allowance axcept 13 acne In Northwest corner
.ttength in eVC7 for Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan of Eait.Section 2. Township 1 South' Han*. 22 Costs nothing to become a member-no fees, no fines, I
to
: Also] Northwest Quarter nf the Nor heat
cUmate lose.It
rut. was taken: up and after due consideration Quarter eiicept 10 acre In Southeast. corner nothing to .
very tasu'd"nd- refused. of Section 9, Township 1 South, Hn ue lit
same

able and pure.eN Richard, Robinson appeared before Eait. D. (1;. KNIGHT will enable you to save when you could'nt do it

.
Special MaaUir in Chancery.A. ;
the board and asked to be placed upon S. CREWS otherwise.

the pauper roll, and after l learning Solicitor for Complainant 1S-7-5H-4 I IY

that he had no relatives to look NOTICE: or ADMINISTRATRIX DISCHARGE FOR FINAL ou'll have money for Christmas or other use and wonder I

after him, his name ordered placed Notice .la hereby given to all whom It mar how accumulated much!
CAiU1yJI upon said roll at $2 per month. concern, that. on the 19th day of t1_... you so
A. D. 1023. I shall apply to the Honorable
Mrs. Ruby Green, of Starke, was K. A. Green Judge. of aalil court,, aa Jndice of It's You share of the
esn .r.a granted widow's pension at the rat. prohat. for my final dlachanr aa admin,. ... eat co-operative plan. get you :
Lrix of the _tat of Henry Garner, _...Id land benefit.Call
of $5 per month for the school term. that at the aame time 1 will preaent my general ;
final aceounU aa admlnlatratrlx of aaid ea-
The matter of janitor's salary for( .
tare and auk for their approval
the winter months was considered, Dated October. n. A.IRENE D. 192S.GARNER for full particulars. Save for your family and friend:

41kA p04E and he was allowed $35:>> per month and for 10-19-91-12-14 AdmlnlatratHx. Save for any special purpore y

January
the months of December MASTER'S SALE

February and $30 per month for balance Notice fa( hereby given that under and by
virtue of that certain final Decree of Porclfjaure .. S
of year to Dec. 1, 1924. made. and rendered. on November 22: .
The Bradford County Bank and A. D. 19 :1. by Honorahln W. S. Bullock. BANK OF STARKE
.
Jnda-e of the fifth Judicial Circuit of FInr.Ida.
Bank of Starke were designated m Honorable A. V. Long, judve of 'h.EI"ht" .
Judicial Circuit. b.tnui. dlaqnalifled.. In
:: county depositories for the year 1921and that certain call- wherein the Federal and

es as bond named at $5,000:>> each. Bank of Columbia, a corporation .la complainant I
and J. M. Starling, and Nettle !Rtarlintf. -
any The following reports filed: R. A. his wife, and the Lawt.y National Farm
otherhbr F .
loan oclatlon. are defendant the
Green county judge; Geo. A. Gar. signed will offer for aate and will ell 00..1

diner, justice of peace, and T. B. hitchefit and .beat bidder. for ...h. in '.
the courthouse door In Starke. Bradford cnun- K
Johns, state prison inspector.The ty Florida on Monday, the 7th day of Jan
BEST BY TEST u..". A. D. 1924. during the Iwial hour of
held
lease of county convicts ale for the purpose of aatlafyiair laid final irrY

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t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 1i|. 1923ir .

I PAGE EIGHT -
..- -- -- -- -- ----- a lovely present, and after the pres- devotion to his Master's intersta, ol -- -.-- ..
---
ents were examined all played gameson definiteness in plan and purpose, and .
p I I the lawn. Misses Hazel Middle- fidelity to the system which ia to "' -
II ton and Eunice Perkins assisted Mrs. make these plans effective.' ; : i

I Colley in entertaining the children, ary Survey.
4Qf1T1t and Mrs. Fred Sapp, Mrs. G. C. Sweat Sunday school, 10 a. m. I
and Mrs. M. L. Smith assisted in Preaching services at : : : I. !

serving ice cream, individual cakes and 7:30: p. m. h-.
Last and home made candy. Favors of toy I Cordial invitation to the :
Will jumping jacks were given each little T. J. !:


'I guest The dining room was attractively

decorated with pink and white trap( CHURCH I

A Weekly Letter From Home paper and pink roses, the table being i I
1 centered by a large white cake on The little band of
which burned four pink tapers. The will meet next Lord's day Madras
cake was placed on a reflector and 11 to honor and
a. m.
For $2.00 you can send the Telegraph surrounded by sprays of dainty fern Matchless Man of Galilee I

for 1 15 months. and pink geraniums. I ing Ills word) celebrating:
.. Your Friends invited to
1 \, M to Thirty-five children were in the communion and and
ay this jolly party.RECEPTION. gospel which seems to up i iI
A Christmas Present to cause them to
as millenniums pass, and I
week. FOR MRS. SMITH has the power, promise ( Shirts
Thank I
you every of eternity in it.
Mrs. II. M. Snyder gave a reception Jesus lived, loved, I OOI
Thursday afternoon at the club housein .
died, in one of the I
honor of Mrs. M. L. Smith, of Au- known to history, yet he I
cilia. Last year Rev. and Mrs. Smith al (Hands loved all nations
,
Will Only
: This Special Offer were stationed in Starke, and by her gard to races or color, I

pleasing personality and earnest Himself as "the Son of r
Time Longer work for the church Mrs. Smith endeared in ;
And
Last a Short here. manity's son. i ,9
I herself to many persons put all notions, every
Mrs. Arthur Wood made a short wel- universal
I cluded things- !
come address, and Mrs. Smith responded truth, righteousness, faith
_.u u. _u_ ____ ---- in a happy manner. She also -
-- -- and pointed out the divine
.. - married by R. told of their work the past year,, ties, God, the Holy Spirit
section, were
r I tlll E ergreen and spoke of the privilege and joy it I
self. Thus he revealed
judge, at his office
1 A. Green, county is to be a worker in Christ's kingdom. all of the realities and the I

.1 j g -- 'ntidtt -- I IIIIIIWIIIIIlIIlllilWlllamwaumnwmmcnalw'Dwtbt Tuesday Mr. Starling morning is,a Dec.prosperous 11th. young The hostess served home-made and assisted cake of the heavenly world.
highly respected by his sandwiches and cocoa was disciples in all lands are
business men,
in serving by Mrs. J. II. Ritch,,
Christmas
associates, while his bride is th programs.
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Wood and Mrs. G. C.. in the U. S. A. respect the
i '
Sweat.
SHOWER FOR MISS REDDISH season. ""
John B. Griffis. I
make their home In Jack- Preaching next Lord's ,
They will i IM.I Minimum MI i +.tiM
f Miss Clara Mae Shepard gave a sonville. m. and at 7:30: p. m. All
kitchen and dining room shower on attend.. Silk Hose
.' Tuesday afternoon, at the Woman's M Church Services W. E.
FUGATE-MOTT
.
e : .... Club, complimentary to Miss Eva 75c

4., :." ? Reddish, of Lawtey, whose marriage Mr. Herschel ,
Nell Mott and
to Mr James Godwin will be an eventof Miss >1'111111111111111111111111 i i METHODIST Silk Hose
Thursday
quietly married -
19th inst. Fugate were ; -
the
afternoon, Dec. 6th, at 4:30: in 98c to $3
I The club rooms were gay with holiday Orlando, at the home of the bride's BROWN-WELCH Rev. L. B. Simpson will
t 1 decorations:; ,of holly and poin-I aunt, Mrs. T. A. Martin. n.tt Sunday morning ,
Q I)' ccttias. A contest resulted in Mrs. J. L. of
Briggs,
merry is the daughter of Mr ,
Mrs. Fugate Mr. Raymond Brown, of Starke,, $8
+(i the honor guest, Miss Reddish, win- will be the soloist for
and
of Starke,
Molt
and Mrs. W. F. ,, and Miss Grace Welch, of New River
ning the prize. The following beautiful went to Orlando to service. : $25 value
five months ago were joined in marriage by Judge R. ,
c:1: It musical numbers were enjoyedby Mrs. Martin, and Sunday school.at 10 a. I
her aunt
live with A. Green at his home Sunday at 8 I Styless
the guests: while there was employed in The o'clock p. m. bers urged to be present ,

Piano solo, To Spring (Grieg--) Persons Company store She was a The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs Epworth League
Miss Iris Epperson. popular member of the younger set, Henry Brown and comes from one of 0:45.

Voice (a) Sing On (Denza) (b) A and both young people have a wide the oldest families of the county and '
; ., d ) May Morning (Denza)-Mrs. A. Z. circle of friends who wish them much is liked by all who know him. His LAKE BUTLER

Adkins.I happiness.Mr. bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
"1 I Miss Lena Belle Shepard came Into Fugate is with the Orlando P. D. Welch, of the New River sec Lake Butler, Dec. 14.- y
the room and informed the honor Pharmacy, and Is rising rapidly in tion. She pos eses a sweet and Leman Rivers have

guest that Santa Claus wished to see his business. charming personality and never looked their wedding tour of the .-. t
i her in the sun parlor, and there on a Immediately after the reception Mr lovelier than on her wedding day. While) away they visited
charmingly decorated tree were hung and Mrs. Fugate leffc in their car for The ceremony was witnessed by a and _report a very pleasant -
;' the shower of gifts for the brida-to- i short wedding Journey, after which large circle of friends and relatives I missing. Owner
be. Miss Cleo Shepard was dressed I they will make their home in Orlando. of the contracting parties which !Mr. and Mrs. George paying for trouble

as Santa Claus and presented the col- shows the esteem in which they are ed over from Alachua and i Lacy Simmon It*

) lection of gifts. held. day with their parents, ; Timber cart, one
Near the close of the afternoon the KATIE COLLEY'S BIRTHDAY G. A. Epperson.Miss J'V, car in good shape a"

t,IltitJ hostess served fruit gelatine, saltines PARTY WATEI S-SIIAW nearly new, at bar- f
p and hot chocolate, the favors being I Ethel Brooks, who Starke.
sprays of holly on each plate. Little Miss Katie Fugate Colleywas Mr. Joseph E. Waters and Miss Lulu the guest for sometime of ,
The out of town guests were Mrs. the happiest little girl in town Shaw, both of Brooker, were unitedin ]Harper, has returned to
r ri Louis II. Hill, Mrs. Volley Reddish Monday afternoon when her aunt, marriage by Judge Green at his New Berlin. i! thoroughbred 1 Ii.: .
Mrs. J. F. Colley, gave her a beau at $2 each if ta :
a Lawtry. office on Wednesday, Dec. 5th, at twop. I
tiful birthday party, the little lady Izzy Friedman visited \ A. Sponholtz, Route
m.Mr. High Springs for several Hailbronn. En ,
being four years of age. Waters is at present engagedin r.
i STARL1NC-GKIFFIS Pink roses were used for decorations the timber business at Brooker, & Son's store
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and white Jose Lowe was looking ,
in tho dining room and his bride is the popular daughterof I
t Mr. Raiford Starling, of Maxville, roses in the living ropm and hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw. The ness interests in High .:.
and Miss Eva May Griftis, of the Ev- Each guest brought the little hostess Shaw family is one of the oldest of week.J. I man or w>"-
i community in South ;S
the community and highly respected. I
E. Harper, who has a subscriptions for .r
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( The happy young couple are
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home to their many friends at Brooker. "
day. or spare time. For i
Circulation D,'- t;
J. R. Terrell, who has Times, Tam- .'i
Tampa '
II III IVll l III BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe ing some time in Lake 12-14-tf :

turned to his home in New
$t services of the church will be Mrs. E. V. Smith has -
TRADE-One pair '.
conducted on Sunday next as usual. ing several days among fat. Real bar-
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The pastor will\ be back from De-. er friends. / quick. D. W. AI- *
Land where he is attending the State 12-U-tf }"'
1'i Convention, and will at the morning' Brown-Welch

service give a report of the meetings. Miss Grace Welch and BUY-Good second .
i This will be of interest to the memo mond Brown were married farm wagon
i bers of the church and congregationwho I day evening in Starke, only for cash. N. D. .
have been supporting the workof atives being present, It.
the denomination in Florida. Green officiated. Miss -
( VIII I r l piliiiiuu In the evening the second sermon lovely daughter of Mr. P. .
i in the series on "Three Things to of New River, and Mr.
Avoid" will be given. The value of young business man of ;
these discourses is seen in the number The young couple will White with bm'.n
Give One For Christmas of worshippers who attend the home in Starke. They ; ; bob-tailed. IJ+- ,,
service. Bring another with you. Friends here who wish for return to F. V.
# n The Tudor Sedan is a gift radiator, broad cowl sun Bible school at 9:15: a. m. Worshipat In; life. Fla. !It #
every member the f.lmvisor, and large windows 11 a. mi. and 7:30: p. m. Senior andIntermediate
ily will share. It adds to make it stylish in appear B. Y. P. U at 6:30: a m. Rlnr .nobert.. IS GODLINESS *!
daily happiness. It will ance. Yet it ia sold at the The Bible readers are keeping up Tuesday! afternoon at
it extend the joyous spirit of lowest price ever asked for with the profitable exercise of read- December 4th, in the a complete san/ '- .
Christmas to every day of a Sedan-only $5 W Lab ing daily the Word of (',od. Last church, two of Union I with ant. I

Y the year. Detroit. week nearly 12,000 verses were read. prominent and well : insect kept out '

1-' This new Ford typo is of Therichpermanentlusteran The average attendance at the week. people were united in i with me to Starke
exceptionally pleasing ofitsfinishthequietgooddesign. night services last month was 84. ST. G. Doyle officiating. most wonderful re

/: Wide doors open taste of its upholstery, and This Is a good attendance in spite of ing parties were Miss : : that you push a
ing forward folding right the ornamental treatment the prevailing sicknesses. Next Wed- erts, eldest daughter of groceries come fr'''"

i I front seat, and a roomy of its full-nickeled:: hard nesday is senior B. Y. P. U. night, Mrs A, C. Strickland, to paper bag 'It
J interior make it a convenware, all help to make it a and these young people will have in man I. Rivers, youngest only complete : ient car to use; its high car you are proud drive. charge the program of the evening. and Mrs. F. M. Rivers. is where I trad J- ,
The bride's costume
t Ford H'tekty Purthait Plan, I
I. Tha Car tan b*obtainrdshroaehh. PRESBYTERIAN creation of soft gray -

with large picture hat and
ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHT
Stewardship DefinedA to match. She carried an
Authorized
? p steward Is one who serves in a quet of bride's roses and

.*7** position of trust. He represents his Messrs. Eldred Duncan ,.

1 'i Master in a position of responsible Rivers, a nephew of the
lervice. As such ha receives rewardfor as ushers, and preceded
faithful service and these cervices the altar.
groom to
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V46 make gain for the Matter's work. Miss Oats Scarborough
CA] ,
i' : ,. The ration of gain for the Master' W. H. Lee rendered .;

to the cost of the stewardship deter ano and violin duet ". V
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I Hot Tamale King. I I I sintering plant which has just begun I I In "mr Lnken.Names .

Exclusive operations and which forms another Democratic Choice J 1 III mi ii'li'ltgiven. \ In tin Ti'lciitaphil and aililrr Hos of tint Inspector h

highly interesting feature of the River was staled' l hy Nalliiin :Mn\n' the ( are UK followH ?I\

-I M .RS kr' Rouge activities.The .., new i'iimniis-iioncr' of atrrn: 'ultiire I lint Kiln: tt'ofldworlh'l'sinpa.\ y,

Gifts k x I sintering plant, a model of elll- the. in ;'''lIolI, of gmuline and' sermstations I. \Vim, St. AugimtinA. 't

I i,-.ivncv, m erected in close proximityto I In w I)nit. nn atli'iiliori' has: .(. It. linn
Cut Glass the two big blast furnaces nml 91 I beeM KlVell: llullllir the |lllht few A. M I.evvri, IIl1rlaOlIlt.Overstreet 4

I" joins the giant ore bins from which month*, lies been" established. \. nod, f
SilverwareWrist
-C the furnaces arc fed. that. a reasonably strict r onlpluiui'|'

i i Watches IS I The furnace dust, caught up in suction with the full requirements. of the, gas J

? Men's Watches I conveyors, is carried directly to nlinn ill"p"C.tioll law ihapter 7Mlf! ) :t tI

I Watch Chains I the t sintering plant and there is mix lull t of 1919! : will. I IK ,demanded, nn I tho' Special

, Jewelry edvith cast iron... borings gathered part of nianufai turiTH and distributors I +
: ,g front. the various Ford manufacturing of gasoline anil oiN. s+
. units. The department now has, I the mii denuinc; I 'nnliili! WorMnl! Suit
,)( Toys and Games for the I missioner four I t"
I Conveyors also carry the mixed uT Hinted rose! III for /men and Young Mm in Navy

t Kiddies : I dust and borings to the plant and t ? the. field, one, ill each coiigiessinnalilntrn Blue ,.i $2O.OOI'.very
'I, whose duty it is, among ether -
dump the mixture into the t sinteringpan \
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Get Something Different rx-U'T: ; line anil submit them to the slate' '
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., A gas flame of intense heat \n\ passed \\ | absolutely, up| In the
I chemist for for the
. analysis purpose' '
; .\ friend gave Win. A. J'>e. ofSVtehfa over the dust and action of the Minute, and) Cuiiranleeil! Cum
lianas. a hot tamale and i coke! under thin heat and the auction'draft '! rongrcHHiimn' Finis "i'lrrett. ofMMW. of determining whether or not I the
; M NE-R'S- clillo. cnn carne recipe. 15 years H (O. I fuses the mixture into hunks )I .fe11' cliokf .'f ,iMMiiocriitleiKmlnl 4u ni' comes lip" to flu Htamlaril llxri) look tlirm over.
lie I hrro".J l money nod started aihile ''' fur Bpenker of the lloiiwf liy ",w.
Ktanil. As soon ax )x>Hnll>le he I"f suflicierit size and weight for use 'II liei.rPHpiitalUcs' of the. presentViiiicreHH. Alito Vrlvct( I inuli I I'relu h Wravr
1 it slated, will also
Inspectors I is

r I STARKE started ailtertliuuK In the new*' the furnace and thus the Iron ore \\11" I"! I'V former" speakeriilllelt I
I"( 1\1"/1 and
Young
: paM'r. Tixlny he doss $tO.XX) a year in the dust in reclaimed. tltep' ) l'.v only threw' \om < ran fully I'xannrii' anil inspeit all I Mine Serge
"" 1 business and la wholesaling chile Ford sinter at the the tlrsl l-allef. measuring" pumps at nervier; stations., Men I .awl Selling Hlue SrrurGarnirnl
produced newRiver
I'r'' from his new *7..mK: > as
factory
their territories, who
respective,
in the' WoiM.
/ Rouge' plant Is of finer quality : f'I in I
1' IIIOIILANO: have been ,lirel'l..ttll\ condemn ami ,
than any on the market running between j I
I close nil. which, found) '
up pumps\ an : ;
nmll I KAC'IOKV l'III.I/KS; Ill'S'I' 70 and 75 per cent iron. It is AN );KMIII.AKATIM U''t'T: I
; HiKhlaml Htf. 14.-Mrs.I Ida K. ', i considered an important blast furnace A Ixillln nf Ilerbiiin on I fun. ) shelf nt I to I lu irued nrnte, and 1 to report, nil I thefarts W.L.Overstreet i
\1 .Hiams Francos and Gor- ilixtor ill bo. bonneall I In the "IIInmiKHi"'r of agricul. :
! and !sons, material and because of its porous homo M like having ,
For more than three years the FordMotor iiiHtitnt r'h.f v\ln'nIx.wvls lure in order that prosecution might II I ,
It
tho tune
n. left Tuesday for a visit with nature permits better and more gives HTAICKK.I .. I LA. J'I
its River Rouge .. "f order the I ,
: Company at the diJl"Io"(1'1": / out "r instituted against the" trinity par
11 mis in Jaekjonville.
plant at )iH'troit) has been saving lust. effective operation of the blast withthe fed to nil. (One or Iw ilones In"-, iri iiiie the fact, arul I conditions I
H. B. Bennett, of IjHwtcyi was aiuie veritable mountain of result that the furnace product is all Unit is iiPipsunrv to shirt ,Rings, ", 1"1
until today a I I
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/; here more uniform and therefore ing and restore, that lino feeling if rthilarid
H visitor Thursilay.Mr a higher
it, containing at least! .10,1100) tons, ion and l.uoynney tof MunU which !I.< _'H.m ___
and Mrs. J. T. Marr nnnounce quality iron for the castingn. liualtU. J'r"-o OVa .
'' stands out in imposing! proportionsat longs only to js-rfcct I
1 t '", birth of daughter, December one place on the plant grounds.Of An average of fifty tons of blast. Sold by I
r 11th.'i furnace dust comes from the two furnaces Store.Ilon't .
t.!. H. Barker motored to Jniksionn courxr, it isn't dust in the ordinarily daily. The sintering plant wiltproduce All Drug i and Christmas
A Safe
much
accepted terms but a Happy
:' Friday, returning :-aturlla; )'. valuable! property.It (I ) more than U.'iO;; tons of sintera he like R needle ron.p,1 t"
y Mrs II. C. Wimherly, MISH Wini- more day duo to the mixture of iron horings .
is hla-"t furnace dust a fine, and and ,dust which 'In, your work. I
d Wimherly! K. V. Gunn, Miss I speeds up the
? Wimherly and E. W. Cox were like substance! which is blown from process reducing the sintering period I Use Our Electric Christmas Tree Decorations
the furnaces in the blast and utterly from 20 to 30 minutes under
; hrs to Lawtey Friday. ordinary -
H. G. Moore and E. V. Gunn made worthiest in that state but valuable circumstances to about seven min "Wolf_Woman" and do away with/ the Dangerof
because fifty per cent of it is iron utrll.t least 100 tons .
'usiness' trip to Lawtey Saturday are being taken
1 uthbert I'udsrett pent the week- ore. The other fifty percent is. coke every day from the great mountain I Fire; from the lighted Candles

I with his family in Gainesville. dust. of dut which the company ban
Mr, and :Mrs. J. ;M. Sexton, of So. i :So; the Ford Motor Company has! been saving(' and is estimated that at I --

. ksonville, were guests of her sis- I been saving! it until the time came this. rate it wall take a year and. a
An Electric Christmas
; Mrs..T.: I). Moore, Sunday. when the iron ore could be reclaimed),' half to use up the mountain and turnit
. Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Lang and and in examples of the value of little into Ford iron. Ideal i
Plates from
this certainly stands out as \ Percolators. Toasters, Hot are
i "'''y: Middleburir: spent the week- savings l
.. 'oj 1 with :Mr. and :Mrs. D. Lantr.H among the most strikinjr. It is not you speaking the truth but practical Cilta'

B. Williams!, of Glen St. Mary, A moment's< figuring will show it. the truth speaking through you that
.' Of the 50.000 tons! in the dust mountain counts.
M-itinir relatives here. ..slyt
Mrs. Richard English, of Del-nnd, at River Rouge 1)0 per cent or I
/ I med( :Monday to spend the holidays 2.;;;,000) tons is iron ore in dust form. Courtesy, like your countenance, i is ( SimmonsStringfellowPLUMBING

're with her part'nttIr.: and :MrT The .'orrlIurlel: T cylinder casting I Ito, be a part of you--one to he 1If'4'n.

Griflfi I when finished weighs *2 pounds, and the other to be sensed. ( -oc.Fcr1Ntlien AND ELECTRIC CONTRACTORSPhone 1''

'I' II. L. Layton spent the week-end reclaiming! of the 23,000: tons of iron "
ith friends near Starke. I ore dust mean sufficient iron for There's many a man, who, when he lie slum 'Wolf, r'oiiumH JJ
castings.I lifts his hat leaven of HI 'Ali' 4
, B. B. Williams made a business I' more than 600,000 cylinder nothing value
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. I I Th. company now has started to above his tare i -h
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