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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 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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Christmas is ComingBy I Dear Santa; Bring Us : ;

Richard Lloyd Jones


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We see once moro the vision of Bethlehem
Yes, Christmas is coming, sometime It is that homely manger in which there came to a

when Christmas is a life and not a day; whenit us tho baby Jesus with wondrous eyes illuminated .+

is an abiding spirit and not a one day in the '1 s-.A, by the soul of God. 'Tis Christmas time ,tarother

year manifestation; when it is conduct and nota I gt; : Christmas, with others yet to cone +

seeming; when it is a habit and not an exer- ; and pass into eternity-nnd still with all the

tion; when it is something within us and not I years there thunders:, down the ages: the message ,

without. of the Saviour, "Peace on garth, Goodwill

Christmas is coming when at all times we I Ij 1i to Man." The message; now remembered, now

j love to give more than we love to get ; when we forgotten for the moment, but growing in power .

love to serve at least as much as we love to be and strength with cacti succeeding genera.E
served. I t tion. It is the inevitable, it is The Word, the 1

avalanche of truth before which all obstacles
Christmas is coming when not only some
must resolve themselves into their original ele '
homes but all homes are happy when the spiritof I
ments to be merged into the current of divinity'
good cheer binds all homes in its wonderful,
I'I that sweeps ever onward for the salvation: of
and inclusive radiance and good homes
warm +'
I mankind. .,,
are no longer bound within themselves.
How better would ho our weak humanity
Christmas is when all children can
coming
were we able to read aright that word which
play; when all homes are sunny and warm ; clime to us in all its fullnel'll'e ponder on '

when all tables are /spread with. bounty ; when that infant child wo see the growth to man-
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all stockings are full. hood we try to sense the underlying and determined -
standards into"whole image we are destined -
Christmas is coming when our associated W '
to ourselves.
shape
Q mrSr JCTRg.iiHgsK. ** r&wifft
charities' will no longer have to dispense dollsto 46P r J I
We resolve again and then again to more
the little daughters of drunken fathers; .Wit t 4 5l Gi9 MJm4gSgj properly reflect Ills great simplicity, His unconquerable -
when not allowed to rich by rob- ,
men are grow
wT 4fe 4 courage and force. Here was determination -
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ing children and mothers ; by demoralizingweak '
husbands. l fiKflfe iSft I in action, here was: kindly sympa
fathers and thy in full expression, but here, too, was bravery -
, Christmas is coming when men are brave and nn uncompromising; warfare on all that ,
enough and true enough to help their brothers j/ i .y wt was hollow and a mockery. We fain would t,
stand up soldier-like and fight the sordid powr sense it, but we weakly fail.

ers that seek their selfish pots of gold by bring- I Have we today one who lashes the moneychangers
ing men to shame and women and children to 1R'
from the do rather 4.
;*m I : temple or we compromise -
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suffering and want.Christmas with conscience for the cash? Do we
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is coming when we allow no one ,j r t a,+1 t a" 1 lay up our treasures immortal or Meek to hide
to capitalize human weaknesses to beggar the I'" ; a tit utn Mx JG" R },.' r R Y as them in the safe deposit vault? Do we act iu
1\ individual and debauch public morals. '+ 4a 'r"n' a superficials arid only think in fundamentals? a

Christmas is coming when every laborer k 't What is this Charity that i is left to us a

1 can look forward to an old age without fear; heritage-surely but a guide post pointing
,I'' when widowed mothers do not have to live ink I down the lane of Justice which once traveled
,; dread lest some "benevolent" asylum will rob leaves the signpost far behind unneeded in the
i:' her of her children. further march Ah, Christmas time has little
f meaning if we cannot garner from it more than ",
I, Christmas is coming when judges look for I sentimental yearning of the hour.It a"1
justice and not for loopholes and petty technical I
errors in the law. is the season of the child of course! -the r
,rr time for happy hearts-the strange enchant-
Christmas is coming when men seek not to I ing moment that thrilled us in the years gone
take unfair advantage one of another but to by in the land of toys and the mystery of our '

dwell in harmony, learning to love one anotheras -. ,, Santa Claus. ;
lie urges us to do; when- men no longer suf .i
: fer commercialized gambling places; when men Hut it i.s: our season! too, even today. Aye,
V no longer, with sunken eyes and fevered brain, think in the sear arid yellow leaf we are not too
F clutch at each other's throats for gold; when cold to write another letter, to watch with slip l'
iI'' stony faces no longer sneer at breaking hearts; pered feet by the burning embers for the gift
\ when men are no longer set adrift on the waters I we would prize /HO much. Then let us write: k,
fickle fortune when their Between Friends
of misery by ;
and
Dear Santa: Bring to us bravery
J;; wailing voices are no longer lost in the rumbling I' give us understanding of our great complexi-

1; roar of greed.Christmas I I ties. What we want most! i is strength to do,

(i is coming when frail human 93k ounige to curry on, and Love for humanity, ,
,. moths are no longer lured to flutter about falser based on understanding. Hring u.s thi.s holy,
lights and drop at last, burned and bruised, on gift, for this is Christmas time.

.\:" the cold gray stones of dissipation. .R
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: Christmas is coming when women no longer Christmas time i.s the season of memories ;

,t, let themselves drift easily down the river some Hud, some glad. Memories of days long
._ of foolish fashion which has its end in the sea I Ii about 1
, gone come trooping back to U., unbidden perhaps
choice would all be Nobody knows anything
: of unrest and where the false god of envywaits. Had we our we pros- buried. in the r!+
i\; but Memories deep
!\ perous and generous, enjoying the glow of satisfaction : I .origin of Christmas! us a festival time ; who, present. ;
( that': accompanies the kindly IIt'ed.Ve first celebrated it, or when or how. Nobody heart through the long year, comes back at the

i Christmas is coming when we grow toler- are taught that it i is more blessed to'give thanto !knows if December 2; is the right anniversary Christmas: time to haunt u.s, or make us glad. .
. ant; when our wasting jealousis are woven into receive. The truth is, it i i.s often far easier I of Christ's birth. Like u child's face pressed to the window,
\ wistful taking in the Christrmw joys, t
:" love and helpfulness. to give than to receive and far more pleasant.At eyes '
, against the windows: of our hearts are pressed 'ell
times there is a magnificent moral couragein I Julius set the date at December 25; ,
is Pope /
C; Christmas is coming when democracy those memories-some sad, some glad.
' within rather than without our churches ; when receiving. find established the festival at Home on that
>t we follow the Master and not some sectarian I date. This is the date of the winter solstice,
interpreter of the Master; when all our churches Many of the most important symbols and when winter begins to decline toward spring, Ai the individual outlook has grown from i
: grow strong through !simple sincerity and as practices of Christmas observance are of distinctly i which for centuries before Christ had been celebrated love of self to love of others: /) must the nationalistic -
in His name. by Druids and other pagans as the viewpoint widen to take in the world
; lie would have us, become one pagan origin, the result of the early ,
chief: festival: of the year. wide brotherhood of men. The! truth that
heathen converts by auopt-
is at his best every day church reconciling
When every man harmless features of their feativ- Christ taught centuries! ago I p.mst!' beginningto
m the year and just one day in to the live year, then when will!! ties.ing the Mistletoe more was! an object of special vene- The Yule Log of Old England! began in the 4 I I dawn upon the minds of nations' We are
we LIVE as Christ taught us I ration with the Druids Druiilic bonfires celebrating the Yule fesi: val! learning that we are our brother'keeper,
Christmas come:

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Tuesday by not GRAhAM
providing
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| : protection of 1 its
1 News Florida in Short
,y Paragraphs |I employes.] While working on a rmt.il Graham, Dec. 21.-Williard Smithof

Y pole which had metal cross army, ]Ir- Savannah, Ga., Is visiting his father -
ish's elbow came into contact with u at Allenhurst. A Gift That I II

,,t O-----------i j high voltage wire and he was instantly Mrs. Anna Youngblood and niece, ,
jt killed. It was stated in the \er- of Waldo, were visitors here Wednes I
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u | diet that rubber aprons should have day.

Told by Our Exchanges. | been provided for covering the unin-- Messrs. L. G. Barry, C. B. Roberts I' : Will Last.

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I' >' Mayor\ Alsop of Jacksonville, has During/ the eleven months of this I _. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry and 1:0'I :'
1 taken steps to curtail the issuance of I year ending with November, ION prig i I daughters, Dorothea and Telma, were :
I Harry Thomas, 28, a salesman] of '
beggar permits to operate on the | oners: escaped from the road camps ,) Tampa, was drowned in Luke Worrell Sunday guests of Mr .and Mrs. Louis I A Weekly Letter From Home :1
streets of Jacksonville. I as compared with ten that left the I' Byrd of Hampton.Miss .
I near New Port Richey, where with I ,9
Raiford farm. A Bonnie Graves the week !
/great many of the spent
two companions he had
week
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I gone on
r Falling against bathtub in her escapes that /get away from both the end with Mrs. Anna Youngblood at \
a end
hunting and
fishing The
trip. For
I $2.00 send the Tele I:
road I Waldo. can
8 home, Mrs. James Pndgvtt'! of Ft. camp and the farm are recap (boat, in which he and one of his companions you :
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'I >.' Lauderdale] suffered injuries to her turcd. were fishing, capsized when I at Jesse the county Ogden seat.spent Friday evening : graph to Your Friends for 1 15 months. "
't heRd from which she died within 15 I I Thomas tried to take a fish off his

{.;' minutes S. I. Kevell, who was sentenced toj! {I hook. His companion swam ashore I Gentry Sunday.Bill Cail .was a visitor to LaCrosse i A Christmas Present to cause them to >
..; "* three years and three months for embezzlement to divest himself of his clothing and i ;<

I \T. The work of grinding! the 40' acre of funds while clerk of return for Thomas, but when he I visitor Hires here ,Wednesday.of Cooter Pond, was a Thank you every week. '
the circuit court of Liberty county, started back, both Thomas and the ,
S cane crop at the G. M. Myers farm j I Christmas Tree Program I ,
:t has been /granted a pardon to become boat had disappeared. The body,vase "
near Chipley began last week and it Following is given the to '"
'' effective January 1. He has served I recovered. program 11,
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estimated that the yield will bet
I be rendered December 24th at the
\ around 10,000 gallons. about six months of the sentence. The _______ I
pardon carries with it restoration of Polk Christmas tree: This Special Offer Will !j jI
'I' j'' citizenship. I county Friday outlawed the Song by choir, No Room in the Inn. Only

\.; Florida] peppers are in demand ev- I open range by an unofficial majorityof Song by Girls, Welcome, Glad] Xmas
i, erywhere and they are going North i nearly 3 to 1. With only minor Time. Last a Short Time Longer
I I 'V' from Fort Myers and vicinity in carload Joseph W. Woodward, former clerkof precincts to be heard from, the open I Lord's Prayer.
the Polk county board of instruction range had 591 out of total of 1717, I J
I ]lots. One carload a few days public a 'I Welcome Address-:Prof. J. I. Og
v4' Ii ago sold for $5 a crate. recently pardoned after he votes. Even though the districts liS' den. '

i41 a I had served the greater part of his j3 I yet unheard from are admitted strong Song by girls.RecitationMabel. .
sentence of two years at Raiford for I 'holds of the open-range advocates, ] Surrency. i
1 { 1 :After dragging the river since late misfeasance in office, committed sui- ;, I it Is admitted by the no-fence opponents Tableau] -Four girls. }hrrhee. Age adds no value to an egg; neither '((1 .

Thursday night, searchers Saturday cide at the home of his brother i in', 'i' that the range of the ticky cow Recitation-Liola Fogg, Ruby Mae Song-Choir. is character improved by attempting :, )
,, found the body of Frank Lewis, 30, Bartow by drinking several] of 'j *has been ordered under fence. Jones, Ruby Everybody invited to attend. to beat a man who is "a bad :
)- of Jacksonville, who fell from a light. ounces Broughton, Mamie Mills: .
carbolic acid. 4 Drill-Twelve egg. 1
t girls.
rr. er at the Merrill-Stevens plant on the ;' !
St. Johns river. A contract has been awarded by the Recitation-Lillian Fogg, Ethel] The man who sees more to do than ;
f v/' The acquirement by a Tampa company I Orange county commissioners for the Dyal], Jettie Thomas, Cleo Reynolds.] he is able to do is the man who does The Quinine Tisf Dot "Not' Affect 'I'|'f* tt c JBerattan :
/ I of Its tonic and laxative earn L .,\>\
The A. C. L. recently handled 1149 of '589 square miles of ]land i in construction of a steel bridge over the 'I Dialogue-The School. more than he thinks himself able to WK BROMO QUININE:- (Tab'.ts) can b.lull i .;;
I' St. Tableau, Rock of Ages Frances by anyone without caunind nervnuanes*"r r'utf: j.
Johns do.
'1 i :rI t freight cars in and out of Fort Myers Santo Domingo, containing the finest river to ]link the Orange f I ill the head .E.W.CROVES I'aMtuntn.! '1 ;
44L1 :y, in one week. Forty six of the cars and largest supply of hardwoods to I and Brevard county laps of the Or. : '.
be found anywhere in the I ]lando to east coast I [
were loaded with peppers cucumbers world, with highway. This 1.- '...\
cr" tomatoes and other winter vegetables the purpose of using this material to, I j road has been under construction for -
j I for the Northern markets. : operate a great furniture manufacturing I I nearly two years and will be opened

/ plant] in this city, is one of the, :I for through travel as soon as the big ,

r ." Archie K. Purdy, president of the most notable industrial] items ever !i! bridge is completed.] Work on the .. .. ,
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Aliichua Dehydrating Co., of Alnchua printed) in Florida.] start as soon as materials -

i T purchased a three story building ut can be manufactured and sent ;
to the
/ 1; that place] for the new company. The lion. Frank l K. Jennings, of Jack site. I
r work of installing machinery will be sonville, announced this week that he _
started in time to complete same for would, shortly issue n challenge to A bond issue of $1,000,000 will be Money Helps to MakeA
the spring crops. l Hon. John W. :Martin' to joint debate I passed upon at the polls next Febru-

upon the Issues and records InvolvedIn 1 ary :20! by the voters of Polk county, +r,
t I11 The Pasco county commissioners the race for governor. The cam- j'J 'the. proceeds to bo useJ in road) improvemcnts. '
I huvo issued an edict banishing road J pnlgn has narrowed down to a race I I I I A proposition to widen ChristmasHERE'S
signs in the county. Not only will between these two candidates and] n I: nil county nine foot roads to fifteen Merry

- no more signs be allowed to be erected 'debate' would add spice to the fight i'j feet: with four inch concrete curb; .
on the highways, but those already I and to ]lay 100 miles of new fifteen I II
placed] must he removed under provisions The county commissioners of Leo,1 I I 'foot roads with four inch curb, will
4 of the ruling. 'llendr)', Chides and Palm Roach''''be'. incocrporated in the election. The
I counties have organized an nssocia-! 'I'new[ project will cover all connecting THE WAY TO HAVE BOTH ;'

j It Is said that $75,000; worth of tion to promote the early completion 'highways to adjoining counties. "
boo/.e was seized in Jacksonville last l of gaps in automobile roads between I I i "

week and big seizures: are reported Palm Bench and Fort : I'ers.bout I 1 I i .
r9'y Piles Cu.cu in o to I !
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all the state well the
over
as as coun twenty miles of hard-surf.icing re-
DruYAletlreMndmnvvlfPA7001NTuENifau!!! ,
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"' ,, try at large and still it does not seem i mains to be done and< provide a road Mcure Ituhtnt'.llJinil Jlcertin'*r'rorudln41'11. I
t 1 to be trouble to it In '| /liistamlv:: .,.rclli-viB l : -hii.i+ : '!:1!. t ami can i it. 1:1:
any get even our on which the Florida peninsula: can I'I'i awl -' .i utter U> Drat euLllrnaen.: Pried u I \
own beautiful little city and county. i be crossed in eight hours. },

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Dewey Thomas, 18, of :Macclenny" : For the fourth time since 1918, I!
\ was fatally injured and Eddie Sweat, JJ!, Mrs. Grace V. Howell, tried for four I I I I' I 1J
:20, of Marietta, was slightly hurt. I times for the murder of her husband.| I[ Bradford, Dec. :21.-Mrs. Lou Cone, 1Jr
when the automobile] in which they 1 1 i In February, 1918, disappeared from of Alachua, was he guest of her brother I
were riding, was wrecked on the Lake t the. state asylum for the insane a t''' C. :M. Andrea, part of last week i ii .l:.lj )
City highway sixteen miles west ofii f i Chattahoochee where she was taken I I'I)i Miss Josephine Chesser, of Brook- ,
Jacksonville. I' I cr, was the guest of relatives in this j
II I after i she had been adjudged insane a '
I section I Hundreds are flocking to join Christmas j
ir i week ago by a lunacy commission.Lo- 'I Wednesday night. our Savings ;
There seems to ;;: mistaken idea teal I! < police sent out warnings, accom- Carl Ward, Misses Clara Cone and I I Club, which started December 1 10th and you should not let the I, 1

that there is to be a great increase i in ]pooled by a description of the woman if i Miina: Andreu of Brooker, were in our chance go by.Costs'nothing. .
acreage planted to early Irish pota- j i to all sections of Florida] asking the''' community Sunday. I I xi
s toes this coming! season, but a checkup of the actual acreage reveals the I I i I Springs passed through here Friday : : to become a member-no fees no fines nothing i 'f

fact that just a normal] crop is to bej.| Death has claimed John C. Trice, | enroute to Brooker, where they hadf to I lose ''
planted, or about 15,000 acres in the II'' 'veteran newspaper man and one o j ia gam: with the B. B. C. ,;,,
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immediate Hastings potato belt. I the best known 1 egislative '
E j pendents of the South. For cotter more-|'i were N. G.visiting Hayes in and Brooker Malcolm Sunday] Harrell af- It will enable you to save when you could'nt do it other- ; ,.i'
Wm. Bratcher 21 of while
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Century
than
a score of years Mr. Trice has ternoon. wise. '
riding in an automobile playing a I I represented the Times-Union at ]leg- |] Miss Lois I sdI
harp died in the machine. The car islative sessions in Tallahassee and i I Gainey of Brooker, motored I I "I

went over a bump in the road and | during that long period had become I'i' was accompanied over to our section home by Friday.her She You'll have money for Christmas or other use and wonder : t tl''

? Bratcher was seen to throw up his" widely known as not only a capablewriter in, Miss Lottie Gainey. cous- how you accumulated so much! I 'l
hands and sink down in the car. !
Phy-J but a fearless and impartial'
C. M. Andreu ,0\\"
and family] visiting
were
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p' sicians say the young man broke a I correspondent '

.blood] vessel while playing the harp. I, j, Miss in Lucile Brooker Harrell Saturday.was the guest It's a great co-operative plan. You get your share of the ,

oil- A municipal athletic field for Jack i: of her cousin, Miss Geneva Harrell : general benefit.
v r A big Texas truck officially' ,, with a grandstand having a the week-end. \

e ,., opened the bathing Reason at Big' seating capacity of 15,000 will be I I J. D. Baxter, of Brooker, was in .I Call for full particulars. Save for family and friends. ':I ;
Pottsburg creek at noon
Sunday on ready for the football season next' this section Tuesday.! your
the Pablo road,.when it took a header ; fall. This is the assurance sent the j I| Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harrell, of 1 I Save for any special purpose.BANK .
into the stream. It Is said that the; president of University of Florida i j New River, were in cur I
| community
'. truck was ]left standing in the road by the city commission. Plans for Sunday. I

j s while the driver went into a store to'j'' the municipal stadium are proceeding I j I J. P. Baxter spent the week-end at
fl make a purchase. In some the and officials
i way declare that they are Brooker with homefolks.] I,
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truck started moving down the steep>
sure a satisfactory site will be o btained. :
t, i i G. A. and I. W. Pinholster, Carl] and
incline leading to the creek and before '- ,
the driver could reach it the machine "I Clyde Ward, of Jacksonville passed .
J I -: j through here enroute to Brqoker Sat-
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had gained such momentum i it ;
| A-coroner jury Tuesday night held' urday.
plunged over the embankment and i into the Miami Bench Electric Company !'. __
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the water, leaving! only the top; to be guilty of criminal negligence i in i Take some bone out of your' head
\ showing. I the death of William Irish lineman I'
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 192X: nUADFOUD COUNTY TELK GRAPH STAUKE, FLORIDA PARK TI1KRB

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over 35 year the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company has furnished Florida bitter thAn cure. Tut1' Pills tlkrn In I,
tUI1..are sat Dilly a relnedy' fur but plovoDt
growers with fertilizers The continued patronage of experienced growers gives SICK HEADACHE

proof of satisfactory results. bdionaer., xun t est o. sad kindred .Ewan) FERTILIZERS

COULD BETTER FERTILIZER B3 MADE WE WOUD HAKE IT.
I Tutt's Pills I
Writ Per Nsw Fill Pita Lists Jut Ism

E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla I ; Buy your fertilizer from a man that can tell you not only what to buy for

.. .. Thu annual bazaar by the Liuluw : certain but what the that fertilizer -
-- -- -- --- -- Aid of Graco Methodist church, last! a crop to buy at certain time you want your

NEWS ITEMS 0 F BUSY LAWTEYCharles week was very successful, the sum also what to use if your crop is "backward" late and what to use for '"''

of $60.50 being realized, for which
the crop that is "forward". We can tell you--if you happen to think that
the ladies thankful.
are very I good fertilizer is always and for and all
-- I any good good every crop at seasons

F. Barber, of Macclenny, I :Miss Joyco Terry spent several' Wo omitted to mention last weekin : you will have another "think"coming..

was transacting business in Lawtey I days in Jacksonville last week.X. our items about tho prosperity of ._ ,
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a-veral days of last week. Whilo in : our little town that there were two === :: ====

town he was the guest of Mr. and i T. Hitch, Jr., and St. Clair Bryant first class garages, owned by \V. II. I FEEDS, HARDWARE, HARNESS CRATES, GOOD CLEAN

Mr, J. W. Barber. of Raiford, were guests Sundayof Edwards and George Anderson.J. STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES

i :Mrs. George Anderson and Miss\ Mr. and Mrs Truby L. Wainright. Andrews, Jr., of Staiko, vas ALL THE TIME, ESPECIALLY DURING TI"IE 1 1IOLIDAYS

a business:! visitor to Lawtey Monday I .
Moore in Jack-
Daisy were shopping Robert :Mooro in confined' to his

jnville Saturday.Mrs. room this week with measles. LAKE lU'TLEIt' HULL'S STORE '

Lake Butler, Dec :21:! .-Last Friday
A. A. Smith and :Mrs. Cath- i
Mrs\ George Anderson visited rel- e'enil1lt11': and :Mrs E.V.. Miller

,I hursday.rifle Teare were visitors to Starke atiies in Starko Sunday.A. entertained at their homo the members ALWAYSSQUARE- DEAL

of tho Christian Endeavor at

D. Cherry, of Robcrsonville, N" this l'lnec. A business meeting was I .
Mr. Smith, of Starke, reprcscntanve -
C., spent a few days here' last week. first called and officers were elected

of the Bradford County Telegraph :Mr. Cherry owns a large farm about for the ensuing term as follows:

1'u was transacting business here two miles west of town. I'V.. :Miller, president.T. .

Wednesday.Mrs. D. Proctor, first vice president HAMPTON NEWS NOTES lit

Prof and :Mrs. W. O. Duval spent \V. It. Taylor, second vice presidentMiss
M. E. Patterson was a visitorto
the week-end with
relatives in Hampton. Ruby Proctor, secretary.

Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Miss Genevieve Rivers, treasurer. Mrs. C. A. Dirt is the happy) motherof T. M. Hugun has placed u globe: of Wheeler!

t After this election of officers many a new boy, who arrived Dec. 15th. I Japanese goldllsh in his window and\ Joyful Entry-Leslie Futch. i
W. II. Biggs and Mrs. E. B. Mr. and Mrs.V.. also. has secured \ictrolu for his
C. Wooten and interesting games were played, followed n Psalms 21-HIM'bcrt burden

Wells were visitors to Starke Thurs- children motored to Lake Geneva on by delicious refreshments. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter store" Sentence Prayers led, by :Mary Lea +

day. Thursdy.A. A large crowd attended and all had Wilma, were visiting l in Waldo Wynn and, closed by Annie/ May y

Rev. Jones returned, to hn. home .
a very enjoyable evening.. Friday. 1\/1 1't' ;,
J. E. Goodfellow of Lakeland, spent M. hero after visit with his friend I D. 4
Blanchard was transacting Last Sunday Mrs. Sarah E. Wood 1 a Song/ Jesus Saves

Saturday and Sunday here. business in Starke Saturday.Mr. was eighty-one years old, and hud Prof and Mrs. W. O. Duval, of W. Moore, of Thoressn./ Benediction.

t+ not the least thought of how many Lawtey, were visiting friends and

Miss Mattie Barley, of Jacksonville and :Mrs. Charlie Wilkerson, of people were thinking of her and suddenly relatives here Sutuid.iy and Sunday :Mr. und :Mrs.. J. J. Brannon visited. ,
,
Mr. and :Mrs. II. II.Veest had as
r' was a week-end visitor of her :Maxville, were visitors here Saturday walked, in with a large basket. his brother, W. :M. Brimnon, of Lake

4 parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley. afternoon.Mr. full of goodies for dinner, and one Mrs. I. J. Priest wai n business visitor Butler, Sunday.Junior their guest Sunday, her nephew, Cecil -
:Moore, who recently graduated in 24
more good I soul was made happy by to Starke :llontiIlY.ClenllInti .
f telegraphy at Newniun, Ga and (Is
,
II. L. Brownlee, of Starke, was attending ;
d and Mrs. Fred Connor and children !- the presence of her son, P. D. Welch II. Y. P. U. Program aIli. a
to business here Thursday. of Jacksonville visited rela- Sullivan, of Thetessu, now holding u positiun at Sunshine
and family, Mrs P. D. Welch, Mr. The following program: was rendered -
tives here Saturday and Sunday and Mrs. Homer Welch, Thomas, Aubrey was a business visitor lucre this week
by the Junior H. Y. 1'. U. Doc20:
several in
W. E. Torode spent days
W. B. Watts of e
Charlie and Ethel Welch, also representative
; Cliiist.Prayer .
:Song, Loyalty to
Jacksonville last week on the U. S. I Mrs. M. L. Loa holtz visited relatives her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. Mrs Elmer nttIllIn,1 daughter have f(bert I burden, tho !Morriday, Optical Co, of Jacksonville -

grand jury. in Jacksonville several! days last Brown, of Starke. W. N. Welch lives been tho guest of :Mn. Rodd's, sister, Business period and 1 roll full. wus a business visitor here this 1

I week. with Mrs\ O. Haynes, this week. week.
with his mother, and together
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. :Mayo and little Song: :Sunshine::; in my Soul. it
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilson and MISH, ,
daughter Ada Marie, of Pollard, Recitation, What van: you do? --
; Misses Mabel Reddish and Shirley Evelyn Smith, friends of tho family, Mr. and, :Mrs. Lawrence, of Brooklyn f
Annie Ruth Peeples.IntroductionCleo.
Ala.! are spending;: a few days here Hutto, of Starke, were visitors to our enjoyed the repast. were business visitors here. tp
with Mr. and, :Mrs J. II. Moore. : 1'rici'. No More
town Tuesday evening.Mrs. r
:Miss Howard! olio of the Lake
lassie The Philistines. fight the I h"II'litgIIin'olnl'y !!* Hatchet
Butler's teachers spent Saturday and Emory Priest, of Green Cove, was 1 '
,
\ : Lee 'Y 'nn.
;' Roscoe Strickland and chil- a business visitor hero Friday. 1 for Sick FowlsMUSTANG
Howard
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. h -

Saul and His Son lull in Battle
l11'il1. .a.a..a> '
'' a I dren, of Wymauma, are spending! a of Dukes. Freil Ward. USE

few days here with her mother, Mrs. Klmrr' Ailkms. of Gainesville, M" Rev. Jones' preached at the Baptist
David Crowned( KinjC-.ulliM Wheeler.
t! Inactive.: Louise Lowery. I dent at the university, pent the weekend chxmh Sunday morning and evening. !illli"/ WE,Ml""!>Y for Pry. ris.
with homefolks. His I subject for tho morning service ft nilt*,SuW/rilMrtt/ I.<*itpl,tanA,,,
David Makes Jerusalem III I ( apt. t a4 "um.tbalnu, .erudn t.mb..lr.
Miss: Olivett Biggs/ of Georgetown was "The Pusso\er. For the evening I aM
till l John Lulty. Says .
was tho guest!: Sunday of her grandparents service his IIuhj.tVn" "Faith in TIll'? F n.>,aa. TawtPull .,.
liver"I 'I TIGHT COUGHSThe / David Builds!. Palace' for Himself 1 t 1 -"I| h.tvi- 'cI l 111.
k Mr. and Mrs. "". II. Biggs. God." Those subjects were presented a .Y can MiisCimic' I ininu-nt ,in my
I linnl 'liunkM of phli-cm/ that clog : Annie May Wheeler fur M/i'U in, My fulln' !
: your thn''>;it ninl, lump when ynii luivu' in a very interesting' manner und fr.t:: l p akl: | ,IS. who, nu,:r,stir:J 1
.. have had trouble with i I MISH Della Blanchard visited in a tight' I"IIIIIC") 'nuke viiir. br'Hilbiug; dif. enjoyed l hy the audience.Tho David Remembers] t the ArkVUul the uxrdumhr 1 iVi gig' sir yiiHln,nil of nhil Ilitmliinji I itlwn, )*, .
el tn'tilt ,nil .1 ui"c i fall t hound to lii>ul.It !, :I : If ::: ? i
:Maxville\ rriiMimiuifliil il In t Ihtt f friilfi' ,
an Inactive liver, wrote Mrs.S. ; Saturday. 1:'IHK I tke iihli'cm by tiniimk| p t ,
ilv It t* a *itltm curt for
easy U1I ,y J
tl m Nichols of 4412 Spencer I I "11I1 I *.ifc' WII)'. '1'ulte I.<'i,>Miirili'a Gulf Refining ('0., of Atlanta, l! t\ttllf', /lt4Hll/ttlH; >t tlHlt ftHflfllHunt 4r
.
41 Avoid Ac Relieve would, mull'link.. .
iilcumintcniiffli J not
!SMIIII (i'nvisnti'il I.' linn .itto
((1 Texas. "When James Godwin was a visitor to will establish an oil distributing station I
a St., Houston, .. PfiniMly r.'Ji''t'M, soothes, and k i'i'Iu] tmvlftwitlifint having A
:'i" a I would get constipated I would .- :: Jacksonville Saturday. hPIIIIt Is niiliHi<|itir, opens the air. hero within u few wpoks. J. 1louMer -' a.bualruIMuslaugbdoddybyyI k ) i
1'0".111'> t'lIlI the I iilili'Kin und prolt'et1the ] southern Express: for COLDS Writ* fir hriitiilfulin : '! :
Ih a. feel a light, dizzy feeling In my I I limp. n.! ,-t!, safest' /huh" surest agent: R E*-* i i n j VI'"Mil 145.11.,,, .
oil head. To get up in the morning IThedford's I I Freeman Johns, of Starke, was u inoil.lor, .',,|ils, '. i-miKlm: grippe|>! h..l11'1111" the Southern, will have charge of the INFLUENZA 2Sc 'tuiif lin: "i' 'i.on'ff t :'j : a Mtinluiic wtlit::, M 'I I1.1." ;:,: 1
e in head ando I I : whulIlinl'IIKh Ullll lie station. 500 n i I" i'm.in. iinil t r..r r
$& with a lightness the visitor to Lawtey Thursday. | : I'rnlll"| '
on for mifi"" mile, -gut a buttlu today $1.00 \VUllViiK' ,, :,': :-: 1I.. !Y'o.r'y': ,
is
a trembly feeling often a sign
m from jour dt'UlllliHt. I MALARIA General Store
and
that the stomach is out of order. :MrUry Gunter and little daughter :'oIl'Inti 1I1r Shaw: of Detroit, are Sold by Drug ,

.. For this 1 took Thedford'sBlackDraught I) Dorothy, of Wauchula, are guestsof BROOK! 1m /guests of her mother, ::11 rl<. .I'. II.C'heSHor. BY TAKINGtlflNTERSMlTH's v MEXICAN; ,M's

a and without her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brookpr, Dec. :21.-R.: A. Weeks .
doubt can say I have never .. Futch.
spent Wednesday in Jacksonville attending '
found its equal in any liver to business.G. Miss Cortez Douglass! of :Macon, 1k4c
4 C1 medicine. It not only cleans I id the of !Mrs. J. C. Cuchxell "
Will Stalling) of Raiford, was in M.: Inman, of Starke, was a bus truest If CHILL TONIC
if
the liver, but leaves you in such this week.Mr. .
town Saturday.
; a good condition. I have used .. mess visitor here Tuesday. /I ll a Rtttablt/ jinttal Imiliflallnn Tanle 344 r
Vaseoc' union motored to Worthington -
_
a R
it a long time when food does : Ira Wilson and. Allan Thornton, of :\ und Mrs. A. A. burden have
Wednesd.iy.
'':' m not seem to set well, or the their thin week I'" I I';. Henry ,
i Starke were visitors here Sunday. as guests
and L. L.
H. P. G.unoy Morgan mo
: "
= stomach is a little sour. ___ ,1
.. .. tored'to Hampton Wednesday.Mrs. ,! und, family, of Xophyrhills. = -: -'C'j .

0., I A few ripe strawberries were picked P. :M. Barefoot and! daughter, r 14"' "!' "1 wv
.
\ If isn't VI
,',. ttf: it tho Dr. :Mitchell of Jacksonville will '!
here last week, and if cold Juanita, of Starke, visited her sinter, ----- .;;;. ,, .
weather does not interfere there will preach at the Baptist church next I r" .
Mrs. R. T. Osteen, Wednesday.
\ }
(, a be several quarts picked by Christmas Mr. Byrd, of Graham, was a Sunday morning Everybody; invited, JI \ "''''Y t'l

k week. ness visitor hl'ro'edresday.. IJUSI-I to hear him. I. l f ;I//

.. | it isn't | .. i W. M. :Moody and Son; '. '!:l1rt; '/ ; AJ': !
Mrs.!! W. R. Jackson is shopping' in \\ / Ir':
.. Rev. Eaton, of Jacksonville\ wag LaCrosse transacted business here on' ff f! 1 "" ,I '

!; dBLAOC-DRAUGHTE :, called Sunday evening to fill vacancy Thursday. Valdosla this week. I /7 I4/11/ II ''ill k'", (

"i 1. as pastor of the First Baptist church, J. Morgan:\ and family spent Sunday notqe:+ r+4n on, 'vlllY"I" -"

I I I caused by tho resignation of Rev. E. at Five :Mile with her brother, F. C. L. Houser, of Alachim, Is the F+ /
< Medicine. ,
; ,
w I Liver j r .
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D. Boyer a few weeks ago.: Rev Eaton guest of friends[ und relatives here. "
J. Duke :
41 .. I has supplied the pulpit on several G. A. and I.v.. PinhoUter, Clyde : : ttw e.An wiring in !!
e
M. Wattcrsnn ii. building u port- 4 I :
occasions during the paste few weeks.Colgate's 4 Buick
.YWYW..G and Carl Ward, of Jacksonville, were i. carsis
I <
block for
able suwer Johnson'ynn

'""f week-end visitors here with relatives. & Co., that they muy carry tile *nw 1 r' : $'J1 r ji&. encored in : I Ii.
Tho Little Springs basket bull boys : ii iiMy
;W -- --- --- motored hero Friday afternoon and t s8W.,. the logs instead of the logs to tho )i. / 4<{.M f,1: rubber cnblcsuncl I P

I
Men's Gift Box played{ the Urookcr boys. The game 1 1; l: i I'uDUE1't
{ suited of 1, to 11 infuvorof --
; in a score '
I Brooker.. Mrs. Mary Holder, of There o, Is r. r gel f ommeta.t
I the guest of :Mrs. 1 I. J. I'llest this 1
MILTON="i"iI /
clone"
: "-now my task U. smoothly John Pinholster and slater, Miss Qhisisoncof I

Facial comfort for the man who gets up smiling.! A Gift that '! r.ulicdia, spent thu weekend with week. j I ., j .

I # I ,will find immediate use. Shaving Cream or the "Handy Grip". I'I their uncle, W. W. Baxter at Ken- M. L. Wattersort him recently beena II l i0 ,'1 the features
)
I drlck. : 1- I ,;
"
I business visitor to Alachua county.
I ;Mr. and :Mrs. H. S. Warren, of make
Toilet Water ;
Lilac Imperial i Waldo with the fat
Saturday
spent Next Monday evening, !Deo. 21th, /eV insurance
terns sister, ;Mrs. II. K.: Thomas. fo'II II 'r
I .
1 k'with there will be a union Christmas tree
its soothing fragrance. Amon gthose attending the party I .. rtSA"
'-'>-"
enr | at the city hall, 8 p. m A fIIJ'IruC-!
I :Mrs. Colson's Wednesday night
at ram will be rendered, by the your; I Buick is the ;
)
I li i were, Orvillo Ward, :Mana and Leila ,
I people and children rome
I Coleo soap that lathers plenti 'tI i Mac Andrews, Fred Green, Ira Colon Standard /Comparison ;_,
'1 .. Green nd
Pearl und Ruby Cantey

I ,, Oliver. !
fully. A distinctly; masculine; I ... .. S1XKSri lT,
.
I \ P -n Tmirinii $llO)' TlnTwo Pau..neer Sp n r
CAlm OF THANKS= j I I Pn...-..., IVo.'Utf r I 271 Kou'h"".' $16)5)
I I"YO P..wnrr 1I..I.n !9't5' pour P......, .: "rt I'
I I affair that will bring a chuckle This l is to express our heartfelt appreciation Five tk Pn*:rrtrr Ixrlan| lAujhl: ,'* T.mnn'. ". Iris I j
TVI. |Ie91
to the many friends whoa B.vfn Ci ...".., T>.,..,,,. lift BrouiilmmE tool.II .. HIS '
/ I .v n Pi ....,..r a..Im/ Ml FmirTwo Puwne.r C..up. IMSFOUHS
I "' me with offers of aid and sympathy M
I
of satisfaction.
j I{ during our recent sad bereavement, I'lyo ".....n..r Trnrrine, S 951 Five P........,IIooI.n! ,1149' '
and for the beautiful floral ogerings, I POII'O' "Qa//".. 913 Four Pukurntfrr C: tope I jvirur

I I and especially Dr. MIdJIeton. 1I r ",/ca. f.ob 0,,,, a 'a< '.., 4nntttrtt ,.. I /m AI/I/M"f
Price $1.50
W. S. Nabb and Family.JDHN'rVHITE&CO. f.lfI-"P,

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FULL LINE:= OF CHRISTMAS PACKAGES.Scott's I
LAKECITY BUICK COMPANY
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L=?:. :: &J We Grind Our Own Lenses''' J M. Smith, Mgr.

StoreDRUGS .Tft"rj. Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
,::; f,. NODELAYGainesville. I .
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AND:= SPECIALTIES .'If When better 4.. J,,w.ltles are built, Bnick will build them
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PARE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMIi&ll I 21, 1923.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS! o )port that the fuel consumption of the Two of a 1 Kind

I, n: drcr chilly Ttlegfilph:! I rti new plant is far below that of the I Speaking of white mule two rusticsports DON'T WAIT\ TiLLYOU'R

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=-- -t -- -= -::- Christmas is with us again. Before : old and it is estimated that as far as were uncertainly driving their

Published and entered the Christian era pater familias t put fuel consumption- concerned that ,I way home from the! county seat. I DOWN 1 \ SILK
weekly as busy several weeks beforehand t<" M the new plant can run both day and I "Bill," said ](I.'nry"I wancha to be

flrcond cla" s matter, at the post provide plenty of boar's meat and night on about 35: per cent of the cost very careful. Firs' thing y'know I I :: minute yon foM} :11\ '

I office at Starke, Florida his wife and daughters began to brew, 1 of tuc} consumed by the old plant for you'll hve us in the ditch." T under the \\eiuh'i '

t'} ---- -. I ale and mead.' Jf the wherewithalould night service alone. "Me: ?" aid Bill in astonishment. I'on't tie wait oJ: Gudu's till ya'iu Ptpii! ,

I ': f'. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I <' not be procured in an honest, I II I There is one thing sure, and that is "Why, I thought you was driving: Take Cudc'j nj a pnini u .' ,i ,
I what the matter with -if the citizens of Starke will the
way was \val- use ness!-it will vnnch your hl",1.! ,,l
tint a well to do neighbor on the. I I current, that alone will do as much Only One Thing For Him build up your cnty.: ;: \ "?, .
FRIDAY j ) ; head with a club and appropriate hid | guarantee/ the 21-hour service as (gist bus il.in both 1",i/"id and, t t.l,< .

-- ..-- stores? The end sanctified tho means 'I any other thing. The plant cannot A 300 pound man stood gazing at Free. Tml Tdbltts,-.", ';' ''n.,
.. ,. ,,', h1.,1
.1" "r ("hi I' \ .
"
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Christmas came but one* a year CRl' ttllelYS Income a losing proposition to the the nice things displayed in a haber- lur gen.4'uu'S' ri?. I'uK' ""u hi''I'i'' "\lb, ,
and there must be plenty.] I i i4e uly and as the number of patrons in- dasher's window for a markeddownsale. lio ni,'I,,< .' --j".t" n ,'I' ,....1 I old""
Year __ __ __ ____.__ 2.00i. II I .111. J. iliuiloni' Ui Co .J w' .,n n <:>,.. '
"IT ?
u no These days we provide the necessary re anara0.( n n'alle. the income for the plant will ] A friend stopped to inquire if

increase and that in turn will enablethe he thinking of buying shirts 61 4 -*
-- -- Christmas things! in a more gentle was or :; I.?;: O
CHRISTMAS
board to not only give the 21-hour
v manner. "The old man" sweats in I pajamas.
The )birth of Jesus Christ .' service but also make a greater reduction "Gosh nol"! the fat
.ryL I the held, the shop the store, the office replied man pep ""I gatTonC
.
r to get the shekels needed to meet I the world's greatest event. II' in tho rates. There should wistfully, "the only thing that fits Md ''Y i
men nt exactly what the angels >
: ''hi' d'. "Mimds' upon him that are sure lu their Hong "Joy to tbe trot i be no heoitancy on the part of prop- me rendy-mado is a handkerchief." o.r{.H1 ttr{ F.rr:,Tvrh

I to come at this time. ]lie grumblesand i acid it offered peace to a sln-cin. city owners within leach of the service 1p' """' ..1... ':": "_ _

i he shakes his fist at every picture and turbulent world. The w> to wire their buildings and arrange '
was In gloom It knew not to take the current, for by so --
.
<"n Santa C la lip that he sees. He resolves -

: 'w'ir1 not to be a blamed fool this I,, tidings inclining/ for of lie joy.was lie the brought Savior: ,i.. doing they can help in this matter, I 16 Year Old Boy With Bride: of 46 j
which is of utmost' importance to every -
time and fills his family full of haM Is the Savior of the world. .
.
I ,. ....
,
luck stories. Yet as the time of good, ciuuie to scatter the gloom; to hr citizen of Starke. -- -- -
.
th*> bonds to lift the burdens ,
1 will toward' all draws his erstwhile -' ::
No. 4951 nearer ',.
I loose the cords and set the o/j
< I f ;'LI'Io'Yj
(Membership in National Highway firm resolve Is attacked by dry live free. Joy to the world. DEAR OLD S.\:XTAI '." '.....' \. .....;.. ,--
/' < -;'; \.
I Association) I rot and falls to pieces. |: There wasn't peace, there i I '. .: I .r.:'. ->7. .: .
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a peace today and there never wont a checker board, an auto- 'w'. \it .. -
And notVha t'R the of : :
why use V'r '
"llSiroG
414 be peace until Jesus Christ c' matic cap pistol and some caps, a sol- ., .r .. ,
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I sweating and worrying if we cannot to reign In power. The indlrl'' : Iitr. .
'
1 I.'LOIUIJJlEI'Ii:' < ( get some joy out of it? Every | may Lave peace of soul 1C lie -
rightly constituted being finds :it cepU Jeans Christ as his pcrs' sure and bring me these things fi l "l4'
t WORLD) I Savior. There will come to Howard :Moore.\ I .B ,t/, r'-': : ;.) :
more blessed to give than to receive :;
the sweet calm and tit- <"
-- I peace BO r;Q .1
and faces beaming with .pleasure! over & &i .. I.tf' .. I
,
tt\ "At last Florida in being Hold 1 to Won which only Jcsm can gb< ... ... ic
I gifts bring more satisfaction to the e ChrIstmas morning brings to ."- '&' nJk-: J'' SS <:!f3t ** 4 W,""" *" ." '
, s 1 the whole world nt large," nays a world the light of the gospel Christmas I : .k-I'" r. ,I, ,, 1Jf1'f*. "' : '
: !
i ,donor than if he had kept the mon..yIn Operetta ,$ ; !" tl '
news letter recently sent out from Joy the bappluvfls and the I" tt lifi. ;11 r' 5M -'hsxii ,
his pocket expended it him I '
or upon ....
,/ Chicago, 1I11 "business literature," for that only tho Christian can i- fjt3&w*''l 86Lsu "faj3OJ :
self. lIe may sigh in agony when Let ( / ..... ; __ ; jo ;1 ;
rtence-and can dispense. e-- (
general information. The first sentence -I This EveningThis 2l &* ; .S:: iS >"'.' *,Ix. r". .# ./JcA.$ -> -3L. I
during a fleeting moment, he remem-I, home resound, to the music of .. ,:>... :;...' ( .
rends "Florida's efforts increase .. '
to '
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hers that he has obligations to meetlater '' birth *et every fireside j:' "'" <' ''''': 'il '
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her population are being; rc-I; with the light and warmth of : /'j.fII"tr(4I. ...
I j'f worded fur beyond the most sanguine on, yet the happiness he has tapplnc-Hrf" lie, bestows. Letstocking >" evening (Friday) at the high ,,__. .. ,,....../ ; ; $W1V. : !, 't; "
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'' I wrought through his liberality bringssurcease bo filled with gifts, mal; 1111111 -. .. ( 3t, ...
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g" expectations of her own boobters. It school auditorium the pupils will give I lUll' ... '
until ho shall!: again encounter glad tho hearts of children rein" IIIU IIIl! --... :
la said in the next that
I' paragraph I the cold reality. log the youth of tho aged: : a charming Christmas operetta entit- !
"automobile caravans are heading, the "The John f/
bringing the weetneaa, miii led Trial of and Jane.
The Christmas spirit makes all liberal
11 1\\ southward by every post road and and the laughter which he Tickets will be on sale at Turner's \t" \ .. ( r "
the railroads report continuallyaugmented and happy. It looks as though, offers) to Buffering and depravedmanlty. '/ >>1" .. ;oi! '* '
j a Drug Store. Prices 15 and 23 cents. ", '...
f since the time was instituted in com- I ,. "' .") ,;
l passenger! list. This can emmoration of Him, who brought Joyous Ohrlatmas, glorious Chr, Proceeds will be given to the school. .v' /ir '" I I.i It
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be verified by every individual who mas the best Christmas morn Come and see the original Santa \ .' ;t1S;; ?; )
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heaven to earth, He, in turn makes! it ; ,
y : i a has two eyes and is willing to see I la the history of the world. Claus. \ ":1 10, ... "';" Vr >>.1. :
'. i }\ what is taking place at this end of I" seaso nof love and good: will, a time cause all of the blessings that tk S i -
): when we throw off the sombre garbof previous Christniase have brour .... -t.; .
the line. j ,
t LODGE ELECTIONOn < -.I
,! worldly cares and don the pied focused upon this one and t t f.1. :', : 'If.. it
j :. t, .''f The article from which the foregoing clothes and the bells of the merry- Christmas) will send Ita rayslight .... '. < ;: "*i .>T? ... '?i>": ..; I
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1 I and love and promise, ?III <<
quotations made is entitled
are : last December10th
E maker. I And we lose nothing by it, prophesy across the ages to con, Monday evening, 1.I".. J/
t 100,000 People Headed for Florida. at the regular meeting of Brad- *- '
for the relaxation is good for the and again the angels' song shall .
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1 h 1 : They are arriving, as can be seen on soul. Buy give and be happy, is the beard around the globe "Joy to ford lodge No. 35, F. & A. M., the rifl hvJ. rt ..*.... v*,..
every public road leading into Jacksonville world" peace and good will to officers elected l"n. /" V *., ;
: following to
r t..? advice of the Telegraph. were M v :*. rq f.' iYr
and in the railroad terminals men who accept Him who was 1 f .J'. .%Vv iw '
serve during the coming : ,
tola day to be the Savior of mGnxUtmaa 10 year : R ,&. ir' ',,0 ,
{, in this city. It is no exaggeration to .- '<(
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fh lIi / I glorious Chrlstnn L. G. Powell W. M. t.- / Vfp CA TC
ffl' >. say that 100,000 people are headed Southern farmers heeded the ad- psatos your benediction upon ui E. W. Hayes, S. W. 'xt.V- _

: \\'r', this way. Many of them already have vice to grow less cotton and more J. W. Andrews Jr., J. W. ________
foodstuffs. But Western farmers insist -
arrived and other thousands
are comIng F. F. Stump Treasurer.
4 wheat thanthere i\eii: IlKiiiKli! his tlail. Postmaster Joseph' Tucker of South Essex
t ? within the next few weeks. By on growing more 21-HOUR CURRENT SERVICE N. Sternberg, Secretary.A. Mu*> ., 1 Is asUl.u. : 11I1'elll1l:1IIOII: and annulment ot his boy's marriage,
,M I'i' the first of January or soon thereafter is a demand for, and want congress BEING: NOW CONSIDERED:' J. Thomas S. D. 1Il'I'rm I S. Tucker. I'l yours old. says he wooed and won and loves his

J'1' it is more tha nlikely that at least to enable them to perpetuate G. M. Sistrunk J. D. 40-jiar-old bride, who was Mm. Susan O. Simpson: wealthy widow and
f thia unbusinesslike practice. Farm owner vt u bit hotel In :New: Yoik. g
a' 300,000 people, likely more than less, L. W. Kickliter .
) Trustees Propose I Reduction in Rates : Chaplain.G. I'klmos,. "ho111111 aud hU: bilde-also plioto"of brMc's
sub- saniiiier
is better thanship
'. will be in this state as visitors, prospective subsidy no After Careful Study of Situation :M. Inman, S. S. Inline at I:'loncextcr. ulnas
\y1y and permanent residents, and sidy and is doomed to failure. I J. A. Morgan J. S.

P i 'R as Investors. HENRY FORD DECLARES HE The welcome news that before long G. W. Snellgrove Tyler.A .

i. The fact, that thousands of people the second unit in the city .
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(( are coming to Florida is due to a WILL :NOT' OPPOSE COOLIDCJK plant will be installed and the plant I Deep Laid Plan t'h, (- .

knowledge of the state that has been will be ready to curry its full loud Is "Would you mind letting me off 15

,f 1 presented) to them in such form as tom a joy to every citizen of Starke. The minutes early after this, sir?" asked Brighten up :

4 J ;', be convincing. They would not come Washington !Stirred by :Manufacturer's ,I work of laying the cement, foundation the bookkeeper. "You see, I've moved "'
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ti if they did not believe what they have Declaration nf Support is now going forward and it is into the suburbs and I can't catch my rJ'r17 1 The Xmas 'J!

r \r\ heard and read''" concerning Florida I hoped tint: very little if any delay train unless I leave at u quarter) be- 1. Cornerwith

I its attractions and advantages. Theyare will occur in the installation. It has fore five o'clock." a ,

I not coming empty-handed, nor Detroit, Dec. ]!Declaring that I I been generally understood although "I suppose I'll have to," grumbledthe

i are they coming out of mere curiosity he believed the country "faced with Ino official announcement has been boss "but you should have Electric Tree

t" many'of them, at least. They are Coolidge". Henry Ford, automobile j I made that as soon as the second unit thought of that before you moved." \ OrnamentsElectrical

T coming to nee for themselves, to confirm manufacturer, whose name has been is installed that 21-hour service will "I did," confided the bookkeeper to i i }

U ,,1? ..31 that which hus been told<1 to them named us a possible candidate for I (bo, given. An interview with different the stenographer/ a little later, "and 5 !

.! or whch they have learned by reading president in '1I2.J. declared here today members of the board of bond ,that's the reason I moved." L.\ /(1p1 bulbs mean

Florida adveitisvmonts and, literature that he would, not oppose President : trustees indicates that there is very \ SAFETY, they elimi

generally. Coolidge. Air. Ford pointed, out that little if any doubt but what the day The Same Old Hours ,, 1\ nate the danger of fire
J! Now that have I and service will he extended so many people the presidential election was reputed night |I V .ti from lighted candles. 1
t been convinced that there \is merit in to have a disturbing elfett: on business although it has not been officially an She was a widow who was trying to r

Florida, there is very important work conditions and that there was no nounced. The bond I trustees are mak- get in touch with her deceased hus- 1

;! for Florida people to do and that ia to reason why business should be disturbed ing an exhaustive and careful studyof band. '

\ i make the conviction permanent. In lie said further he did not the situation with the view of The medium after n good deal of Simmons -Stringf ellow 4'J,

.b : other word, it is exceedingly important believe the president should be required making n rate reduction. While they futile work, said to her:

,,; l that the thousands, of people to take any of his time or have not completed their study it appears "The conditions this evening seem Phone 33I C Cp

now coming to Florida should he give to have reached the point wherea unfavorable. I can't seem to estab- ;;; :: :
strength for any sort of political :; ; ; ; :; = ===:: I
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J) ; en every possible facility to confirm campaign. substantial decrease in rates is lish communications with :Mr. Smith, "";- ,,,,, .,.. ..

i ,, their previous favorable impression The announcement of :Mr. Ford'support practically assured. At a recent meeting ma'am." ,

:li; ,of the state. There should! not be it ,. of President Coolidge came ; the chief engineer made a report "Well, I'm not surprised" said the YOU WILL ENJOY

single instance of desire to mislead, !simultaneously! with the filing in Lansing which contained very good new. and :, widow with a glance at the clock. iTHE "

_ I( to give information that is not absolutely ; of petitions to place :Mr. Ford's! seems to make more certain the fact i i "It's only half past eight now, and J

''i true. This, because there is BO name on the :Michigan ballots next that the rates will be materially re :John never did show up till about 3 S

\j very much in Florida that is alto spring! duced. It was brought out in the re-1 I' a. m. MEATS FROM OUR MARKET

Io'l'th'rlood./ that there is no need ---- .--- .---- I .
; whatever to go beyond the truth in r
fj Washington Dec. 19.-Political : CLEAN AND SANITARY
., presenting its advantages( to !strnn-! camps w're'isibly stirred today by ,
: : in Florida who hns G. O. P. Convention Cleveland
gore Everybody the declaration of'Henry Ford in !support at In 1924 *, \
} the best interests of the state atj
very !!
.. of President Coolidge for 1921.It I.
j heart will realize that what is suggested / :
unconcealed elation
r brought to OUR SPECIALS
is the to. do.
f"j j only proper thing administration leaders interested in

I Florida has made a name for itself Mr. Cooli _ ,1 a name that's being more widely
leaders said there was satisfactionthat + '
t and better known than ever before.J %?4tao'S SUGAR CURED HAMS 28c ;
1 { :Mr. Ford was out in the op..nand "
Q .j Let it not be said, at the conclusionof e
apparently self-eliminated as a
I Y' the season beginning, thatanything J
ryi\v PORK BEEF
presidential possibility next )'ear.Presldt.nt at
J has been said or done that
k'' will tarnish Florida's reputation and Coolidge plans to expresshis t V o'S Pork Ham 20e 3 Ib Rib Stew 2Se i
personal appreciation of Ford'aaction .
+ fame. Rather let there be effort ,
1 every by sending the manufacturer a .rM Pork Shoulder ISe Chuck Steak ISe ,
to add the to which
to prestige telegram/ which will not be made pub Pork Chops 20e ikPork
Florida has attained.-Times-Union. Y Chuck Rout I ISe 'ff
; lic here. it'p -,.,, ; Stew 15c I,
r Comment on Mr. Ford's !statement! Round Steak '20e
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t _._ Pork Sausage 2Se
'Ve see on sale-articles that are of however, is withheld by all avowed
use because conditions Western Pork Chops 2Se Loin Steak 2Se
no necessaryto presidential candidates here. Representative p. ,;( tt.r ,
make them useful are lacking. But Cordell Hull] of Tennessee, I"I..
2e
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i ': we have not seen a single typewriterin chairman of the democratic national PICNIC HAMS
:..i BOILED HAMS 60e
: any show window. Florida legislatures committee also declined to make a
4e
t h"'. can do wonders at making formal statement, but in reply to a BREAKFAST BACON I lb Carton -

4 ;' laws, and we hope the next will, make question said that Ford "is a free BONELESS PICKLED PIG FEET 30e to;
25c
f:' it obligatory on each family to own : American citizen and is entitled. to MACKEREL 2 for Se
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r:, a typewriter, and to forbid the sale his personal preference the same as EGGS Per Dozen -

; 'J!. of the hard cheap pencils that every anyone else."

?1 I" ,' correspondent to a newspaper insists Mr. Ford's action is looked upon by I.

4 .< in using.! Typewritten copy is always all the leaders aa removing the possibility -, uTOr1.iT[ : Variety Meat Market
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,1 r a 'give nconaideration and accorded thet" of a new party movement with =
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necessary editing if it Is otherwise him at the helm possibility that forI -
;. a
,"t suitable for }publication but busy men some months has made him one of > c Republican will nominate their 1M4 Presidential candidate In Next Door to Bank of Starke Phone J 124't

r t"4{ give scant courtesy to missives writ- : the great enigmas of national poli- J I CIe\Fliimr, new SMHIOO.UIO Public Hall. Photo shows interior e! hall,
which will !cut! 1-Hioo.:: Insert ts of the exterior ... ...
.;., ten with deaf and dumb pencils.F' tics.! snip: ,", I"m.,

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rillDAY, DECEMBER: 21 1W.I.!:! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. !STARKE.' FLORIDA
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1 New syrup Hull's store Auto committee, but will expedite consideration I -
Topics I
of all of the subjects mentioned
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h : Bits of LocalInformation (g) spent Mr. the and week-end Mrs. George in Jacksonville.C. White ffi1 1 -'>- .1 1'-." > :.7''t Whether membership above.a "majority will of be the inclined committee to WHY WORRY? ;'


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I at.\ \ \ .._'I." \, ,,1 accept the program outlined by Mr.
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Give an Eastman Kodak for Christ .r''', / J''
\ : / Green and apI1rorby\ Representative
mas present. Turner's Drug Store. -- 1 _I &i /i!\ it\ o" Longworth, tho republican It'nd.i'i New Stylish'n

II I Concerning People, Business ana 'lhicn fhL'"' IlWiiJi\, \ er; and various republicans on the

; 'ti Progress in the County and Town. ) Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Tuesday in l{; committee, is problematical Dresses
Water Boils
Jacksonville.Col. i iAn The senate will resume its battle i|

II of ballots tomorrow, but with the rev Capes
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D. E. Knight and L. C.: Ray I publican insurgents apparently diVld-I'
Dulls 1 : and toys at .Sternberg's.n Send oats and rye at Kickliter's. spent Wednesday in Jacksonville.L. overheated engine not only \'d, and the Christmas recess Coats ,

I indicates the need of oil, water ; days away it appeared likely that the | ,tr

< A. Green wits in Gaines. Fruits, nuts, candies and all kinds or mechanical mljustmcnt lo. contest would go over until after tho I Iholidays. Silk Hosiery .
:A. Davis will weekend
n business Monday.I of cake "tixins." Hull's store. spend tha prevent damage-it is a "tiresignal" I Thus far 23: ballots have | twrF
with his mother, Mrs. L. A. Davis
I that should not be ig been taken for
Sr in Fertiandina. I
i I and fertilizers N. D. Hull. Mrs0.: L. Ueasley spent Saturdayin nored. I Keep t the enginecool- Senator, Smith, dl'lIIocrllt'uth:; ,:

Jacksonville (the gasoline! wood and cloth in'. Cimillna, continued to lend on every

American steel wire fencing. Lowest your car are easily i ignited. ballot today, but ha failed ut any time, HER CHRISTMASat

11 Irene Wills mid daughter Airs prices. N. B. hull -- to draw more than three insurgent ,
Mrs. J.V.. Andrews Jr., spent last 'I hero arc other common ; i
Smith, motored to Jackson- I votes and never w'as closer than four
Tuesday in Jacksonville.Full cause of lire, some of which
Monday and spent the day. Mrs. Alma :McMillan: who spend cannot be easily detected.ien I. votes to the necessary. I11n.iurityO'lE'I' i

last week. with her parents, returned : minor l blaze in your
line Christmas presents at :\ I'LAN TO (OPEN l RESOLUTION ; MORGAN'Sbeen
II\\ Emma O'Eerry, of Lncoochoe,, Turner's Drug Store. Sunday; to Jacksonville.\ mi* or garage means nn out-

in' on a visit with her parents, lit: \ of dish For repairs. Iti. : IN: LT. S. EXPOSED:; : II'r..lt.t'riall |

Mrs. W. L. Ovcritruct.e .
id!
i. wise to insure cur
Sale on :Men's Suits at Stump'sOpposite Shoe hale at Stumpsopposite your !
Mitchell's Drug Store. nuninst such loss.. Rebellion instructions
: Mitchell's.Mr. .
are closing out lot of nice ..
Glade: : Public \\nvhintftnn \ expressed in n satisfactory
wool blankets_ :Stump's.ami :: (;let Automobile Insurance here I broad nnd real
and :Mrs DeWitt C. Jones Mr. and :Mrs.: Lee Allen. und baby covering (tire theft collision! liability / revolutionary work.
Washington, Dec. 19.-!Intercepted I'artieularly !pleasing to us is the fact
have to Arcadia to visit her sis-
!spent Friday in Jacksonvjlle.Good gone and a
Mrs. J. E. Futch and Miss lei Mrs\ Demorcst. property damage.J. instruction from" soviet Russia to thin i that ulllliosR'nllionR'xl"tinlt up to tho '

nlieth Brownlee, of DcLund, are workers! party of America, outlining present lime in tho ranks of tho party r'

-ted today to spend the holidays sweet oranges, 15c dozen athull's R. Davis & Co.Ajt'n..y !plans for a prolcteriun revolution in have finally been liquidated< and, wa

't i Mi, and Mrs. 11. L. Brownlee.M store. Good sweet oranges, 15c dozen atlull's America to "rime (the red Hag over hope that tho W. 1'. A., the advance,

) store.Itorace Established 18SI5 the White\ IIIIU ('" were inndi"> public I gourd of the revolutionary proletariat -

Etta Tison, John Powell, :Mrs. Mrs. William Struth, Sr., and STARK:. FLA. today, by the state\ department in sup of the United States of North,

s. Limbaugh and Tom Limbuuirhu daughter, Hilda, spent Saturday In Wilson and family and John port of Secretary Hushes' refusal to I America will (tow moro Htuocssfully +"

.-d to Jacksonville Tuesday for Jacksonville. I Watson spent Christim s here with enter into any II<'Jtulllllilll1K'h'I'llIv conduct, its revolutionary work among

lay. E.: L. Wilson nnd family.; LandVanted with !Soviet Russia. I tho millions of American prolctnrInns. .,

Shirts, knit ties and silk hose ;The department's announcement ."

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and for men at Sternberg's. For your Christmas candy-John- Out of town party wants to buy -10 said the department of justice 'has I Stcklov's article, as quoted| outlined ,

Nettie will the ston's high grade chocolates. Turner's assured the state of the n,
nth daughter, spend' to 80 acres wc-ll drained i mostly cleared department I instructions "fur morn Intensive
1 'lIda/8) in Tallahassee with her par :Mr and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Ta- .. Drug Store. high und dry land on highway. authenticity of these instructions" revolutionary work." Soma of those
Intka of :Mr. and
were guests Sunday Parts of the outlined
mts. Extensive improvements not desired.. program pro outlined provided for directing the
:Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer {ozone will vided for the industrial
organization
:Must be within three miles of Sturke among! activity of the party at the present

Sale on young men's suits atStump's leave tomorrow for several weeks Willing to pay what land is worth workers in the United Statesof time among/ tho workers of the largo )'
Mitchell'sDrug E. K. Perryman, II. M. Snyder, L.B. stay in South Florida."Tiny" "fighting" units.
t opposite but imaginary vnluon cannot be con- industries, und! organizing among! tho
Simpson and D.Y.. Cox motoredto "The members of the fighting unitsin
J Store. sidered.' Will be in Starke within workers "unitH of ten" for tho purpose

Jacksonville'dnehday.. Randall, of University of next two weeks to inspect. Leave addition to nil other matters," the of studying "tho communist

Mrs C. D. Williams, of Charlotte, Georgia football fame, is spendingthe your name, locution of land and price instructions said, "must once a week 1"'I1JtI'tnJtno! other revolutionary lit.erlllur

N C., was the week-end guest of her Bargain sale on all shoes litStump's. holidays with friends in Starke.Mr. with Bank of Sturke. This adv will be given instructions in shooting and ('." R yeTWO

) | Muter, :Mrs, L. D. Green. appear! but once. receive some instructions in pioneerwork

: and :Mrs: X. L .Bennett, of (sapper work)." AUK I DEAD>> I.UJTO: (CRASH '

:Mrs. Maud McMullen, of Tampa,:IB ,Mr. and !Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake I Minis, are visiting his parents, Mr. Summarizing the results to he oli-
COIWIS-HlmmSII;
visiting her, parents, !Mr.\ and Mrs. W, Butler, were guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. and Mrs. James H. Bennett. tined, the document said : AT OA\TONA IIEACII V

and will remain W," II. Green Sunday ",
L Overstreet over A very beautiful wedding! cere- v" are firmly convinced that workin
Sf" I Good sweet oranges! 15c dozen atlIull's the direction will Flu. Dec.
the holidays. took place in Lawtey at four designed by us Daytona, 18.-Two per-
; mony
is return
L. Wyman expected to store. afternoon when give enormous results in the sense of sons were killed and three Injured\ inn S ,
o'clo'k'edne duy ,
Pecans, cabbage, dressed hogs, eggs home today from a business trip to Godwin of Mr. and preparing thousand of new propagandists head on automobile collision on thebrash
James
Mr. non
and thickens sent from Starke this! New Orleans. Klim is the coming/ milk. Nothingelse mili- 1J
Mrs. W. .. Godwin and Miss Eva May future leaders\ of the here tonight. The dead are: ,
week have helped feed the populationof as pure and good. Try it once of Mr. and Mrs. tary forces of the party anti faithful W. Kane, of Trenton, N. J, und ,

Florida's metropolis. Good sweet oranges, loo dozen atnull's and you will <+. V. R. were marringe. -
store. distributor for Stark.. It Communixt. Lender QuotedThe Tho injured are T. O. Worth, chauffeur
The wedding party consistejof
V J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, will state department's IInnuunCI"ment of Daytonn, Miss Louise Freer ,
Mrs. J. !M. Brownlee and !Mrs. J. the children's Xmas Mm.',Bryant Reddish, Miss Mary c p
Get '
come tomorrow to spend the holidayshere quoted ?Mteklov, member of the man, of Tnmpn, and! unknown sailor. +
E. Wilson motored to Gainesville\ on sale at Boyer, Messrs. Jim :Klickliter and
and Mrs. shoes on !special Stump'sopposite '
with his wife. Mr. Russian communist party and of tho Kann was head bellboy nt a localhotel
of !Mrs.S. Fred Moore. The little flower girls
and guests
Wednesday Mitchell's.Mrs.
were .
Wilson are K uests at the home of Col Misses Doris Verney and Jewel all-Russian central executive committee and it In alleged hail stolen the
T. Dell. were I
W T Weeks I of and editor of the Uvewthi, ofllciul car )/10 was driving front a guest of ,
C. W. Liddon went to Jacksonville Boyer. Rev. E. D. Boyer, )pastor
i the organ of the Soviet rl'I(' 1l1e. Tho quo the hotel, for n joy ride. No ono nc-
Mr. and Mrs. Dryden Thrower, :Mr. Tuesday to visit her daughterMrs. the Baptist church, performed
The will hold\ n ves- olllcinl ,. .
Presbyterians tations were taken from this companied him in the cur.
and !Mrs W. II. Lane and children' ot, G. W. :Mozo. ceremony.The .
p.,1'i service at 5 o'clock Sunday evening paper. Undo rthe heading "instrucU..nll" The two women aro recent arrival
Jacksonville, motored here Wednesday home was beautifully decorated -
I at which time the children will\ the announcement read. : in the city and/ little Information was'
Syrup cans and barrels at Kkkliter's. ferns and
and! visited friends.! with chrysanthemums,
1 gt' their Christmas program in songan "The communist iiiternationtls note obtained. regarding them, other than
candles, carrying out the yellow nd
,' ;tory. with great satisfaction that the work that they went riding with Worth
Go to Stump's for special bargains white color scheme.' Mrs. W. II. Edwards : .
I 1r'
of the W. P. A. for the past year has and the sailor. '
:Miss Tommie May :McMillan, of
\Ii and Mrs.! A. C. Durden and I in wool ser es.I rendered, Lohengrin's weddingmarch

n,, 'hters, Misses Jeannette and Clai Helena, Gn., is visiting !Mr. and Mrs. aol Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of .

i Mac, of Tampa, will\ be Christmas: I Mr trod, l\lrK. S. C.: Cornell, of Or- P. S. McMillan.Mrs. : Starke, sang the selection, 0 Promise OUIlwallDQJWmmWCJmmmmcnmmmaJ.WlIlIDfDfIIWmWmc"

mood and W. A. Scott, of DeLand,
IP >t' next week of :Mr. nnd !Mrs.\ O. t
J. It. Davis and James of Mo.Tli"
I is- asley. .j will come Monday to spend Christmas son, JrollllWitS dressed in conventional )

| day with :Mr. nnd :Mrs. F. A. Scott. Lake Steams, were guests last week black and the hrl.ll'VII" beau \ /

of !Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sweat. I ,
w(, 'e, Ethel Gritlin, Audrey Johns I tifullyCownl..1/ in while cnnlon crepe, 1 ... \ '
i II I :Miss Eva Powell who is teaching with wedding veil caught ...... '; ::... I
'til, Floyd and l Clara :Mae t4hepr n silvery ... .,
r ,tended a luncheon Saturday at I nt F.au Gallic, will spend the holidays Special sale on men's' shoes! with orange blossoms ,. ) .1\,.P

I. ev, given by Mrs. Louis 11. Hill with her parents, ?>Ir. and :Mira.Robert and Mitchell's f suits Drug at Htump's-olpo Store. Out-of-town guests were :Mrs. Henry ---'m' "K'" : :

[ i 1 nor of Miss Reddish.\ S. Powell. Register, of Jacksonville, Mrx J. I I .

W. Andrews< Jr., :Mrs A. Z. AdkinsMissen ,

Miss Hilda Struth went to Plant Fancy and staple groceries. (Hull's Start your Christmas savings: ac- : Vivirette Floyd, Ethel: Grillm ? lnl
count at the Bunk of Ktiirko today. = ;
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iiIlOQ1wowalt
''u Monday to visit her sister, :Mrs. store. and Harold Wall, of Starke. I
Deposits of 10 cents and. up are! taken ffr.
u '151* Johnson, and next week Miss r--- :
L. Deasley left yesterdayto < on these accounts. :
Mrs.! O.
truth will /go to Miami to be the several days in Tampa with TAX (iuisrioAND: : IIIK: SOL-

4, :uo < of Miss Elma Robinette. spend mElt BOM'S: c'Ai'KK; TA:4fiI.J'(; ;
her parents :Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Dur- The K. K. Klub will give an auc- 1

tion bridge party complimentary to \7tFJ. 4tS
it C Coleman has; returned to den. Senate Continue*" Efforts: I lo Elect I the
their husbands! and a number of
J i tuties in the navy, after spending Chairman of Commerce Committee ''''"'' ] I II
make of friends, next Thursday evening at
Everwear )lose< are
with his k ]
urlough pleasantly par i
; } 1IWt
'r. :Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. Coleman. real silk and you can buy them the Woman's Club Washington, Dee. 1H.--Tux reduction .. -, ..rp1'l : ; J)'

ty II i wined the navy a year ago and at Sternberg's.Mr. soldiers', bonus becameentangled llmflpmt7Dnorcirafm f ,
The following )'oungladi..s, students und the t'WIHl'1I I st))19t1twwwclcI:7r7w: : .stg
I kp the service well. He is station-
I in the house today while
I : and Mrs. Ged'': A. Marks, of at the Woman's College: ,. Tallahassee

: id i Philadelphia. DeLand, Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Chalker arrived Thursday evening/ to the senate continued its efforts' to

rhe 1924 Christmas Club at the and children, of Columbus, Ga., :Mr. spend the holidays with their parents elect a chairman of the Interstate A CarpenterThe
of Fort Misses :Mona Alderman, Florence commerce commUnion committee but
'ank of Starke is now open and rea- and :Mrs. J. :Morgan Darby,
will be Christmas guests of :Matthews, Eleanor Hedge and without result; after nine ballots. e
4 ) to receive deposits. Don't neg..cs / Myers,
this opportunity to save for next :Mr. and :Mrs. A. :M. Darby. Madge Middleton. Under a program approved by ma- young Carpenter of Nd/arrlh was a worker who laved/ joyousness -
jority leaders, action by the house on
1k ear Next Christmas will have its and Lt'aul.evt'n as Hit heart overflowed with sympathy for
revision
make E. E. Canova, special deputy auto the administration's tax proposal
f erplexities just as this one has. Everwear Silk Hose On sale atSternberg's. theft agent, for the state at large ,would be deferred until a de- the weary toilers. who panned before hu workshop door.
!ht will dandy Xmas gifts. yr
Christmas account I
savings last week in Jacksonville attending cision is reached by the republican ''h
a spent
Me
have
been of
f' the off of may a man many morrows but it is equally true yh4rr'
worry you. si soldier bonus.
to
to business. Mr. Canova was membership as
that t le was a man of joyi. They welcomed I .lim wedding '
many at
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went to Jacksonville\ appointed to fill this office by Governor This plan will be laid before the ways
ie. J. :M. Truby
Spell "Klim" backwards and it will feasts; children went to him instinctively the heard his'
people
to meet his daughter, Mrs.J. Hardee, in accordance with the i and mean committee tomorrow by ; common

". J* milk. And so it Is-sweet, un- Tuesday. W. Killian, of Black Mountain, N. law enacted by the last legislature.! Chairman Green who called off a magic words that lightened their burden, and the wise men listened to elf' ,

Jkiiruned"t all milk in powder form, /good milk C., who will spend the holidays at the It would be well for all automobilend committee session scheduled for today Him attentively because had a secret beside! ? which" their knowledge

purposes where ordinary truck to interview Mr. Ca- when it became apparent a drive
home of her 'father. Mrs. Killian's owners wa a* dust before wind.
used. J. C. Manning is the distri- friends here are delighted to nova relative to license, numbers, etc. was on to give the bonus priority.Mr. .

futor for Starke. See him. It many her again. Green in a statement declared The centuries have rolled by and bit command IUI"inl-lo, love
i see
The CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CHECKS that "the logical order of the proceedings one another. And it was He who taught us that the greatest is he i+W
world's Klim. It il
best food is \
Gardiner has assumed of the committee hould ,be who "
most.
eet milk in form nutritious Judge Geo. A. serves

"* delicious. powder See J. C. Manning, for a very stiff demeanor of late but On December 10th the Bank of to take up first the administrative Obeying these commands, let u* all open our hearts to the beautyin
unintentional. lIe wearsa Starke" mailed out checks to all persons features of the treasury bill, then to
Mrticulars lIe is the distributor it has! been the world and the loveableness and essential ,
s whether bonus bulls to goodness of the men and s
carbuncle on his neck several! sizes who had Christmas savings accounts I determine a ,
Starke. ItS
| too large./ Even handshaking, with it. The recipients of the be considered and reported, and In women in it.

| A Williamson has returned home though/ he is a candidate, has given checks are about the most satisfied : accordance with the determination of May we all learn that those who give most and that those who of-

F" loined his family at their farm him a pain. lIe has been compelledto people in town, for they have their these two matters, to make "a reduction fer ihemaelwei completely in service to then fellows t find their hearts Y

utheast of Starke. Mr. Williamson sleep In a chair at night for he Christmas expenditures all providedfor in taxation accordingly. flooded with peace which passeth understanding.
t' '., bear the persuasive and there is no worrY about the "It probably will require ten daysor I
of ,
lad house couldn't even fV
., Tela charge Railway of Co.the,power at Tela., lIon- touch of a feather pillow. money they wish to use during the two weeks of working time," the On I lit birthday IL. each one clue dedicateour! Iiv to carrying wd,

>' The climate down there is holiday season. The Christmas sayings statement continues "to properly forward Mil menage of peace on earth good will to all men.
I'n Smith club idea is growing throughout consider the administrative provis
Tires
trying and he Is glad to be back Reforc buying see
i '"d's wm henceforth for prices. the country. Everyone who tries it ions. This will afford an opportunity December 25 E. 1'. s. Rt''
country lIe
once is pleased with it, and every for a conference of all of the republican
"o his time and truck:
.>ng.Before. farming Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bi.ggs: and lit year there is an Increasing numberof members of the house, which appears Bradford County Bank

1 I tle son, Johnny, of Jacksonville, were people who find this the best method to be desired by many. The

week-end guests of Col. and :Mrs. A. of providing for the Christmas expenditures. plan I propose not only presents. the I
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I PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTARKEFLORIDA. FRID.\Y, bECE11QEtt: 21, 1l2! ;
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1 lemon juice to dissolve it;and boil to SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE -


; With The Brad so the that consistency it appears of brittle thick when syrup,drop-and I J Perfect Health I II (In effect-Nov. 11, 1923)) ASPIRINSay

ped in cold water. Drop this on but- I Southbound-

tered plates in drops; Bet away to No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 '
: a. m. "Bayer" and Insist!
cool and harden. I
ford Farmers No. 3, 10:69: a. m.

: No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m.
1 No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m.

1I' A TONIC ... NorthboundNo. -
ir SORRY drove's Tasteless chill Tonic: restores 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m.
EXTRACTS: FROM. : REPORTS OK WON'T JET: YOU ANYWHERE Energy, and Vitality by Purifying and rc No. 4, 4:26: p. m. ,.

COUNTY AGENTS: : Enriching the Blood. When you fee! It, % -No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. ,

strengthening,invigorating effect gee how Iit I No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m. 9-

St. Johns-Material has been ordered (By Spuds Johnson) brings color to the cheeks and howIt Wannee BranchNo. :
I 101 leaves Starke 7:45
a. m.
''I I l for tho erection of a building Just before our recent dry spell ended Improves the appetite, you will then No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. '.

SOxCO feet for agricultural exhibits I was over to Abe Larkins' placeone appreciate Its true tonic value. T. J. GRIFFIN,
f at the Hastings community fair; interest Sunday afternoon. The young Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Agent.

f in this fair is growing rapid folks were down at the schoolhouseattending Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like It. The blood II
1
1 ly. the singing, and I was at needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Gladys I Hughes of Sunflower, Miss-

I Abe's waiting for them. Enrich it.' Destroys Malarial germ ant 811'sl(1plYou first honors as the most t 'I Unl088 you see tho, name "Bayor m
t Palm Beach-A winter truck crop Abe had planted a fall crop of cucumbers Grip germs by its Strengthening 'Invlgo perfect> farm girl In the United I $20OOO Per Year'' ptw-kapw or on ta.ulot41 l t you are n,' Gt
I exceeding fiOOO acres has been planted and beans and the outlookwasn't :lung Effect. Sue.Coolidge's. State: She scored (itt>. ting the genuine Bayer pro ,
r in the Everglades area of the by physicians over tl'I'n.W.! ..,
encouraging. There hadn'tbeen years ami' proved safo by milli. i -
An annual farmers' day celebration -
county. rain for weeks and the wSw
any Headache
was recently held upon the ground was like ashes. Abe didn't 1 Manager (No Worms In a Healthy Child Toothache folds Lumbago

} completion of a hard-surfaced road come out any too well:J with his spring All children troubled with Worms liave. an unhealthy Earache Rheumatism
{ Beach to Belle ---- cols which Indicates pour blood and ass
from West Palm .. Pain, Pain
Neuralgia
truck crops and he had had consider- !::::: ,.. rule, there '19 more or I ere stomach disturbance
LLi Glade. able sickness in the family. Therefore #:: CKOVKS TASTELESS: 'HILL 'IONIC given rcHuart Accept "Hayer Tablet. of X-
f AJtp. / fur two or three works. wil1 enrich Lh' blood only. Each unbroken package. .,nprol''r ,
i Seminole-About 575 cars of lettuce the present situation wasn'thelping Improve the e.tloo.llod act" as a flencrii:Stroufilh directions. Handy box,
.. I his feelings in the least. : cnfnft Tonic the whole system. Nature wilt then cost few eent )n
i twelve tablet
rq have rolled to date Shipping: ; >It WI' throw off"r dispel( the wormsand theChlld wilt >aIn
certification "You needn't tell me we farm In' r perfect health. Pleasant _*a..(We iwrboltla (fiat* also ,sell bottles of 21 and
point inspection and by is tho trade mark of R
Aspirin
the bureau of agricultural' economics folks ain't going' to the devil," he 45 ....,.".. f Mannftu,turn of Moi> aocticaonl.Salicylicocid. .-*>
1 in conjunction with the state market- said. "No crop worth gathering this: "'!?''''' ;;..w"", .ii FORD FACTORY ;MANUFACTURING .
No a'tall. Then <,.. N. > f
ing bureau are given in most cases, spring. money taxes ; h I OWN GLASS -
while all lettuce is signed up for in come, a pilin' higher' and higher every ,\.". .. ,, ', +.t i
year. Now with seed in th' groundit's .' 'ti I incomes of more than $5,000.
spection.
/ drier'n dust. I jest don't see any ;Z
hopes fer us kind o' folks no way" '" /.' ., Ford Motor\ Company's plant at River
*
y Walton-This county took a front """ income will be sent to persons who "
/ ''' Rouge and brings the
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seat at the Inter-state fair although' Well, to tell he truth, things ,were / 'trt. company an-
1 ; n : ..'< other further in its filed similar returns for the year IU2J\ : .
., t we won only fourth in the general looking pretty dark for Abe, anti Ididn't ...;?ow )j step program to
f P I .; ..'1 control the manufacture of practical. It being impossible to determine this "
farm exhibits, we won five individual say, anything until he had had ,( j'
i firsts. his say. You know, if you won't helpa 3 .. '" ly everything entering into its prod year the form desired by the taxpay-: ) 1j:

fellow quarrel, he'll soon run out. ucts.With f oo t rc d er-whether he be a man whoso n- I4 Ip

t::1 t Dade-Our county commissioners Anything you say while he is red hot the new factory in operationthe Miss Mna W. West of Port Huron/ come was derived chiefly from salan :t'or :
have for tubercu- Is just that much kindling on the fire. third and largest /glass producingunit Conant 'j
,t appropriated $1750 : Midi., direct kin of Roger wages, or from business, profusion l
," losis-eradication work among' the dairy Finally I said, "Abe, I learned a of the company comes into being first Governor of Massachusetts Colony
+1'I' herds of the county, being asked lesson a long' time ago that I think uoe.ere1Yut. and the! Ford method, of making glass has been*voted a salary of. or other taxable sources, the" ,t

I, to do so by the president and secre you need right now. I know you havehad n. which is a marvel to experts and establishes $20,000 per of the year Women's ns Supreme Benefit Commander As. taxpayer will receive both form anu

,: tary, who is also the county agent' of it hard this year, but all the wor- M. Build of ;dfassnchnaetta, an epoch in the industry, etg'lanou.. is advised to note carefully tl1n.\ .

rl the local dairy association. This work rying you can do won' make the sail member, of the Kepubllcan National attains to higher and more efficient structions regarding' their use I

':. will be done under the live stock sanitary ing any smoother. Committee and n OooHdjre: friend. ot standards.

I' \ .. board and will be started in the "Years ago a little poem in a paper dent's many years campaign, will for inanaite the 1021 the I'rosl tioinl) One furnace is now operating in INCOME TAX INFORMATION: FLORIDA GROWERS GET REDUCTION

fir sec.. u near future. ) caught/; my eye. It was by a fellow tin Ilnn. the Rouge factory, fires have been IN EXPRESS] CHARf.ES; :

,,.. by the name of Oswald J. Smith, lighted under the second and the remaining Assured by the bureau of internal .

Putnam-Our second fair, held this and a few snatches of it run like two, it is expected, will be revenue of prompt service in furnish- -

tf :' z i week, was a great success socially this: takeN To Stop a Cough Quick going shortly after the first of the ing the necessary forms, taxpayers Express rates on all Florida >'"> ''I h

a educationally, financially and the Be a little patient, worry will not cough medicine JlA YES' which HEALING the HONEY.cough by a year. When the factory gets in full need experience no delay in the filingof fruits, shrubberies, pineapples iti

.,t '*- foundation for a better fair next year hurry. healing the inflamed and stops Irritated tissues.. operation it will have an annual capacity their income tax returns for the vegetables will be reduced prints",

'I was laid by the exhibitors. Keep the music ringing in soul. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE of more than 10,000,000 square year 1023. The filing period is from 13 1-2 per cent, effective Februar .

your SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and fete of glass. January 1, to March 13:>, 1924. On 1921 I, according to information red <

fly Suwannee-About 200 acres of sun Worry never paid tho rent, Croup Is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES' The company's glass plant at Glass-! January 2, the 1st being 'a holiday, by the state railroad comnm
Found earned cent.
a nor a HEALING HONEY. Tho solve
Il 1 .',I! tobacco will be planted here next year Then why job not let Maker have should be rubbed on the chest and throatof mere, fa., has an annual output of forms for filing:( individual, corpora- This reduction is the result 'of i -

rrl and farmers are preparing seedbeds: control? your children suffering from a Cold or Croup 7,000,000lqullre/ feet while the smaller tion, partnership, person-service corporation cent decision handed down by) th,

.;d 1, and building' barns. The besting effect of Hayes' Honllni Honey IDdo plant at Highland Park, started information, fiduciary, and terstnte commerce commission ">
01[ the throat combined with the effect of
healioit
..' Dwell the bright side don't get (Irove O-Pen-Trme Salve through the} pun ol about four years ago as an experiment other returns required by the revenue case in which the Florida rm c
Duval-J. II. Clark, of Baldwin, upon ; the skill Mxm stops a counh. and where the Ford method of act will be available at the office of commission intervened on b..>hnit!
j in flurry Hut h remedies In and the
a are packed one carton
3 ,.: has just finished banking 1000 bushels cost of the combined treatment I*35o. glass making was developed, daily collector of internal revenue, Jacksonville Florida shippers and made: n ii/h'

',. I ; ,' of nice Porto Rico yams from six Though your plans are fading all vJust. ask your druggist for HAYES' produces 0,500 square feet of glass.\ Fla., and the following offices substantial reduction on all >>xi.!

DT I 00 ucrus; the potatoes were set in June away.Worry. HEALING HONEY. And all this great production is Miami and Pensacola. After the rates.

j e r i and July after cotton crop had been never made it right necessary to meet the manufacturing 2nd of January, a copy of the form

t N ruined by excessive rains. Cleared the way nor won the fight, FI.OUIU.COTTOX FARMERS requirements of the company which desired may be obtained on written

1.C 'Tis yours to will that worry shall liOTHEREI BY FEW DISEASESThe at present call for more than 20,500- request. DO YOUR WANT TO SELL

,]p Hamilton-Our farmers planted not sway. 000( square feet of glass a year, due Form 1010A, heretofore used for

many pecan trees, satsuma and hlu- I believe\ Abe Larkins got a sparkof cotton farmer in Florida has to the increased production of Ford filing returns of individual net incomeof YOUR FARM OR GROVE?

berry trees this week. hope out of those lines. But whether cars and the constantly growing dernnnd $,;,000 and less, from whatever
but few diseases of this crop to worry
he did or not, there are many for enclosed types. source derived, has been revised and
about. There but four which is
arc
J'fTerMn-Our farmers have decided sparks of hope in them. If we farmers Glass manufacture has been simplified, in the interests of the lar-
threatening to give him serious trou placedon
c to plant about 200 acres of cigarette as well as all other people, would ger class of taxpayers, salaried per-
day and night
a continuous
ble. These are wilt, anthrncnose, angular production
tobacco next spring. Cabbage\ get this lesson, our loads would be basis sons and wage earners. The new form iy1
leuf spot and damping olT. through the Ford process rV ;
acreage/ is increasing! rapidly and indications much lighter Abo said his would be. will be used for reporting net income
and
as carried out in tho
Tho control of wilt lies in growingwilt new
t point to early and heavy Mine are. resistant varieties. The non factory at River Rouge it presents! an for the year )1923 of $:>,000 and less

1 shipments planting of cotton on land known to industrial accomplishment of vast importance derived chiefly from salaries and

HOW'S TillS? he and entailing Interesting wages. Reducing to a minimum the
infested with this disease is: hard. operations -
Lake-Organized\ a citrus club of
problem of
1 HAUL'S CATARRH MRDICINE will ly practical, since the fungus may to laymen and expert alike. correctly making out an
26( boys at the Montverde Industrial
do what we chum for It-rid your system income tax return, Form 1010A con-
) school. of Catarrh or Ltaufatisa uuuauil by live for six or seven years in the soil. Every 15 minutes 850:> pounds of
Ctitarrh. Such a long period in which no cotJ the mixture is fed into the furnace sists of a single sheet in which space
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE: con- is provided for three
to only
4 Isls or an Ointment which Quickly ton is grown would not fit well with opening and these constant additionsto answers
FOIl HOME: : AND: STAItl.K: Relieves the catarrhal Inllnmmntlun, and the usual rotation systems in practicein the fiery mass within permit a nev- questions in relation to income: salaries
Tho extraordinary Boropbno the Internal Medicine a Tonic which wages, commissions, etc. Interest -
treatment ;
er-ending flow of molten
nets through tho Hlcmil on the Mucous the state. glass from
I for llexh wounds, (cuts sorcx, gall: burns Surfaces, thus aasmilnjf to feature normal the on bank deposits, notes, mortgages -
and wiilj.-i in just ax effective in the stable conditions. Using delinted seed is probably the mouth of the furnace at the opposite We have many inquiries from ""*-
an in the hoot,. Horw lush heals with Hold by druggists for over 40 Tears.F. best method of preventing losses by side. and corporation bonds, and
have
r remurkablu J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, o.lI1TS other income. On the side tern and northern farmers who
reverse are
speed under its In-
anthrncnose, if disease-free seed are As it comes from the furnace flowing
IPowerful written that send them
asking we
fluenro.' Tlio treatment it t fort instructions. Formerly Form 10 lOA us
: animiil.4 as for humans. First wuoh out : TO HOUSEWIVES not available. Seed selection has not like molasses front a tank, the consisted! of six pages, the questions the description of general farm
infection* Rernn:, with liquid Korozom, as yet proved an effective means of molten glass is caught up under a properties groves and undeveloped! ,
pertaining not only to salaries and
and the Domzoiio Powder completes the controlling anthracnose, except in obtaining roller spread 1 out and sent
on to k-ttrr
Weekly From Home Demonstration a land in tl.la section, also( many
healing Prieo wages, but to income from business,
/ tiroceHS. (liquid I) 30c, 600
of disease free seed. solid ribbon
a supply 400 feet
long at rate of
a cities,
of large
and$1.20. l'owder30camI600. from business men our
Sold sales
by Specialists, Tallahassee professions, of real estate, and
Angular loaf spot is a serious cot- 5 feet, ,1 inches, every minute. the foreign born
besides
All Drug Stores other sources. It is estimated that many among
ton trouble in Florida. Using delint- The molten glass leaves the furnace of the thrifty northern Europe nat
Tho recoipe for sweets given be- for the year 1923 more than 4,000,000
cd seed and seed from disease-free
HOW TO ( OIU.1'EI1ES: :: : low are a continuation of those be- mouth 2,150 degrees Fahrenheit, persons, or 70 per cent of those who ionalities.
t OF( HUSH POTATO TOLDIN ) gun last week in anticipation of a demand plants are recommended! methods of I has cooled to 1,000 degrees by the annually are required to file incometax If you are anxious for a quick sale
this
in check
preventing:( or holding time it before
: EXP. STA. BULLETIN) for such for holiday gifts and disease. passes under the roller and returns, will use the new form. and want your property placed

feasts. 'As far as possible use Flor- proceeds through a long oven or lehr Persons, any part of whose income these buyers, write UH and "e

How to combat the serious diseases Ida products, products made at home. The killing of young' plants be by the under lessening degreed/ of heat untilit for the year 1023 was derived from will have our representative rail and

and insect enemies of tho Irish po They are just as good and will be vented damping-off in wet fungus weather cannot, and it is: necessary pre There moves it out at the end at 70 degrees. business or profession, farming, sale make the necessary arrangements i

tato Is told! in a bulletin just issued\ found cheaper in the long run. therefore Is cut into lengths.The of property or rents, regardless of Sales Co.
to use large quantities Florida Farm & Groves
by the Corn Balls roller system as devised by the amount, will be to
Florida Experiment: Station. Pop : -Mix 1 cup of molasses of seed in order to obtain a required use "'laFIRE
All of the common troubles are taken 1 cup of light brown or white stand of plants, if the early growing the Ford Motor Company gives a uniform the larger form, 1010. The use of 217 Realty Uldg. Jacksonville -

up separately I described and their sugar and! 1 tablespoon of vinegar. months are wet. thickness to the glass, eliminates Form 1040 will be required, also, in

\ methods of control explained. Boil until it will harden in water. These facts were brought out by the so-called 1 "waves" and at cases where the net income was In -- l

Methods! of preparing various solutions Pour on well-popped corn. Stir until Dr. A. F. Camp, cotton-disease Investigator I the same time saves about 25: per cent excess of $5,000, whether from salary

for spraying) or dusting mix well mixed and then mould into of the State Plant Board of in materials at the very start as com business, profession or other taxable

4 tures, for controlling both diseases! balls with tho hand. Florida pared with other manufacture where sources. Formerly Form 1010 was
at a recent gathering of ag j.
1 1 and insects, are explained. Results Candied Oranges-A Florida can ricultural experts and officials at the /great pots of molten !glass are lifted used 1 only for reporting individual net

from several tests,,in which various died orange is a great delicacy, and Florida College of Agriculture. from tho furnace and poured out on.

r prays. and dusts nnd varieties of po- is easily made. Peel and quarter the Polishing also is on the Ford sys-

tatoes were used, are given in the oranges. Make a syrup in the pro- AN EXI1ILAB.VTEVG EFFECTA tem of continuous production and it I. Death Fraud' I IKcl. I 4Is
bulletin.In proceeds along direct route until _
portion of 1 pound of sugar to 1 pint bottle of Herbino on the shelf at a
_ gathering' the material for this of water. Let it boil until it will homn is liko, having doctor in the house the glass emerges highly polished... it Your House?

) bulletin, special effort was made to harden in water. Take from fire and all the time It Rives; innt.ant relief! when These grinding and polishing machines n

l make the tests approach actual field dip the quarters of oranges into the tho digestion gets out of order or the were devised by Ford engineers ck
i bowels fail to act. One or two( doors is Our business is to protect
conditions. And, as matter of fact, syrup. Then let them drain on a fine all that is necessary to start things moving and Ford products utilized in J r f a' 3

most of the material was gathered sieve placed over a platter, so that and restore that tine feeling of exhilaration their construction. For: instance, the you-.large and small
I from field! of well-known potato the syrup will not be wasted. When and buoyancy of spirits which b e- Ford car steering wheel connected i
longs health. Best Reliable Companies
to l'ri600.
.
only perfect:
growers near Hastings and Falatka.to these have cooled the sugar will crystallize :Soli: by with a Ford driving rod which extendto o

) The bulletin was written by Dr. G. Candied oranges: are fine All Stores a Ford rear axle gear, regulates I Quick Adjustments
Drug
) F. Weber, associate plant pathologist' served with the last course of dinner I the polishing discs which Is operatedby DON'T LOSE

who spent several months of the last Orange Drops-Grate the rind of a Fordson tractor worm drive.
4
year and a half studying potato disease one Florida orange and squeeze the The state cannot ultimately pros Every step of Ford glass manufacture I SEE US ,dal

i 1 in the Hastings district. The juice; remove the seed; and add a per without a constant development la accompanied by the most ex-
'
f section which deals with Insects was pinch of tartaric acid; then stir in of agricultural possibilities nor with acting standards. All through the en- I Peek & Ferryman I

j 1 written by Prof. J. R. Watson, ento confectioner's sugar until it Is stiff out constant efforts to Improve the tire process from the careful si'lec- """OC T

t mologist. enough to form into balls the size ofa home life of its rural districts. tion; and preparation of ingrilfcnts : J. Sall..w.1 l of tall: Claire, Wisconsin Telephone 83

Persons interested should write to small marble. This Is delicious can until the glass emerges ready for installation coiifraxen after ciiptureajtorohblnit

Colds! Cause Orip and Influenza a grove, burning bin cottiiu-e Starke
the experiment station, Gainesville, dy. in cars there \is -onstant and el.phlJ'Itll hid stenographer, j
and request a of Bulletin 160 Lemon of finely tARATIVE PROMO OtTTJIIN1I'' "' Met! :, remove'h while his
Drops-Upon wife
copy n cup inspection to see that every nere: is utonrnml' the charred
i* s*. li: rt'walutheu
Diseases. ..d-Insect of Potatoes powdered sugar pour just enough :. W.C'tO\"E': sdnemee! eo beL :JUo. of the highest quality remarried.


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Itu.\\'. DECEMBER: 21 mn BRADFORD COUNTY TEU (.R.\pn. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SE1'EYddCiaf4' : :

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.. -- -- _._ IN :MEMOIUAM: :\ I decree. the following described real, e tnto Iy-r'
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-- -- -- -- Inir and befim in IJ.ad.ord count>'. l'l"rld"0\ '
wit :
I Die Southwest Quarter of the Southeast

How blest the righteous( when he dies I Quarter Southeast of Quarter tho Noriheant of the Southwest Quarter; and Quarter tho : WITH YOUR PRINTING i '

:1 When i-inks his weary soul to rest. I of the Norlhrwt Quarter t ; and the North Half i
$ : of Northwiiit Qmtrter of Northeast Quarter .. 4
How mildly beams his closing t'
'ell. of
Smitliiwt Quarter: and the North Half of
How gently] li'iives the expiring breath Northeast Quarter of North'entjllnrl... of JL ........... "..,. --.....
Rota beast' Qunit.r. nil In Section, Thlrty-alx -- --1 ,,
iJ Thus paused) <<1 away from our midst 136) ; 1 l .1 .J 1.r rI
And the !South: Half of Southwest Quarter .1 .
on Sunday morning at 3 o'clock! December of l'I"uth..tjllarl.r' of Soct.m Twenty-four V 7 R { 'Qk
S IJ) 1U23 after long and pain- ((24>. all 1 ,lave bring In Tow i.Bbtn I FiSt.( I tr _.r
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l h'd South of Rnniru 1'wentyt.1o (f2)i ), East of Tal _
: j y e rl ful illness the beloved wife of Mr. 'V.S lahaMeu Mer.dian, containing in the aggregate -'

C +9ryg7 t I IF Nabb, of Sampson City. She loaves I I: ftO acre*. n. B. KNIGHT j

I Spec In t Mistier In Chancery! x7 a
devoted' husband three daughters: i'
a I A. fl CREWS. (W
O Il lern, n terI Mrs Lonnie Morgan Breaker, Mrs.! Solicitor Gar<. Complainant 12.7-St-1.4MASTER'S

R L. Brown, Tampa, Mrs. Hognn \ SALE I IN..tlce !

I I Smith, Sampson City; one son( Dogan la hereby given that tinder and by> .
Nnbb and\ five grandchildren and ono \lrtiu of that certain Final, Decree of Fontclonuru "
Ib made and rendered on November 2J.
... brother\ T. B. Barley, of Dublin, Ga., A. 1>. IWirt.\ by Hunor"bl* A. V. Ionir, Jud.. I I
ti. of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for .
who miss her devoted lovo
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;II ..1 so sadly Hradford l county Florida, in that certain i
I y and carp, as well as a large circle of artist nherwlii 11. M. Inman 'la complnlnnnt rightfully expect more than a mere following of your!
nnd Fa.uali Tiruo and Mary Time are do- YOU
: relatives) and, friends whose hearts t'nll"I' [
Tho undrm',.'icd will offer fnr inlo and will when you get printing from this shop. '
the
filled
with at thoughtof
are sorrow sell to ilifi I h lu-.t and l.e.t bidder for onuh.
1 her nbsonro. All was done that I,I in front, otI"",- courthouse door In Starke,
q I Uradtord coon, Florida on Monday, the 7th \V(' promise you service. Service includes an intelligent
; ]loving hearts and hands could do. but tiny of Jnnuiux, (\, D. 10.14, during the legal

1 j r h to no avail. I said house) flnnl of unit1 di-ct.i for', the the r"II".ln"purpose, described of untinfyin, 1 rentititnte. .1i..I study of manuscript; the proper faces of type: to be used! ; perfection ;
A
.. lying und being In Uradfurd county, I
k Her life's work was dono find she 1: to-wlt t in of how it I
I alignment; exact juality paper; to cut print
i scorned like one who had finished her Ehen ace -. more or lc.. beginning at I
1 ; tho Northwest. cornur of the Northwent. Quarter '
work and wits waiting for the message of Um Southwest Quarter. of Sort InnTcntyonu and fold it. ..
i 1'1) Town.h.IIlx: ((6)) South,
to come up higher. She had beena Knnuo. Twentv two ((22) I'Mvi; and nm Kant:
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-for Christmas faithful and consistent. member of along the Noiih lint of said quaiter portion No job to mall (for our
420 feet thence South tt> the poulh I,ma of
the Free Will Baptist church for n said qutirter. .. ell".., I thence We'nt 1JO! foot to Quality Printing Standards

:.1 TT IS not at all surprisL value at its present price' number of years, and l her daily\ walk I thence the: East North side*.rly'f along Stnrke East:and: side Sanderaon of aald.1r roa<,lt<1 l

ing that the new Fordor -$685, lully equipped. in life proved her to bo one of the to the Went line of aald Section Twenty-one Bradford County Telegraph
(t2thenoo) North noting West line to placeof I
Sedan is I proving ex noblest of Christians. She seemed to heir inning In the Northwest Quarter of
Inspect this Fordor
o tremely popular as a Sedan at your new t first! opportunity I be (>nl"wl.with\ wisdom and strength 'i the( I.Southwetti lownnh! ; ,'P Qnnrtt'r SIN: ;Hit nt Smith.Section I Range TttentyonaJli. Twen 1 "Printing Matter of the Better, Kind"

I For this from above to Know how to guide her ty-two ((22)) Haat. .
II Christmas gift. and arrange lor it* II'II'I Said sale I.1 in" made Htdijttt' lo the prior "", c .,
I handsome closed delivery Christmas family ill the pathway of rectitudeand l lien( now exUtinK In favor of the owner nf c
type on I that certain moitKauv. ttccuted by D.II.\ ,
body in a truly exceptional morning. honor. Who can picture the lonosomenoKS Smith nnd A mn :Smith to W T. Wevka dated and, tattle TyltT. MB wife. are ,1.r'nIIIn"-! a........ il lot the dale of the (InBilnni-it of nich '
i and sadness in the home April 21. A. O. 11122. end roeordod. in mortgage the umk'ntluniMl will offer for sale and will ,'rlllleqt<" In tht nam<* reaperIvuly. hereinafter
thii the ford },.,. ii' book nutnbi one at pairu 410* of the cell to the hli"h..t and brat hailer,\ fur exalt particularly net forth towlttl.ilinial 'tti
car'fhropgb P..r. PUn
You can buy n'tikly the hushof door l In Start.
of Bradford Florltla of courthouse
caused! by the vacant chuir, I'ubtlo PecottlH county : In front (ten .e
No 174 embrace South Unit
also puhjfct to the lien .......tA.d by the two Hnulfonl. county, Florida, on Monday>, the 7th .< .1'
of Lot 12 m Woodlnwn.' Nee. 14. Ti. 0, 8. It.
the kindly l voice and the absenceof |
Ilio legal
I ANDREWS & W.\I-1WUlGIIT tiot due complainant by> the dufcndnnta not tiny of Jnmmry. A, D. 1924.> ilurlnit JJ 41.: lu) aorro, aanmattd Leonard. A. Wllion.CVrtlllrale .
the dear form of a loving! wife and """. I hunts of aali. for the tmrpiwo nf MnUHfym reel No III! ,) emliraci North Hnlf
D. K. KNIGHT. the following ili sail! final decree
; Authorized I of lot 12 In Woorilawn. 810. 14. Tp. e. S. K.It .
one> of the best and noblest of moth- Special Minter In Chancery estate. lying' and bclnit In Bradford l county, K. fi Nerve, aapeanad Clive CUmonn.tVrtlfleala .
A. S. CREWS. Hurlda. t..lt''fh. No KI2 embraceV.. B A of i
l'rs. Solicitor for Complainant. 12-7-Bt-l-4 Northeast Quarter of thn Norlh..tQllart..r North llnlf of Northwrat Quarter of Nnrlhwiwt y. ,b
I Ii -- of Section Three (8), Townahlp Six Duarl.T. 1'1.' ... 8(1.( Tp. 0. 8. X. 12 13. tacrra.
i rrttllli' ORDER FOR PUBUCATIOV 0 ,tot South, Range Twenty-two ((22)!) F...l. aHarnatd T. L. Guorry.Unli t;
To Cure a Cold In One Day In Circuit Court StnU* of Florida. ElirhthJudicial containing Forty HO) acrri, more or l Iroe.: : I I >.. cold evrlincate shall lm fili'ttmeil,\ L
Circuit, Bradford County', In Chancery sand sale being mad aubject to the prior' bennow '
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> deed will.rue/ thcrt'Olt
i I Tak LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE! (Tnhlutu l according to law tax
In favor of tho of that
1 ctxlnttntr owner
1 8toi>8 the t oiliih' and tltrailni'lie and works oil inCtiiu. : on Urn 7th day> of .Ianll."" A. U. llljl.
W.: ROVahplotureueachbut.: :Silt It appear, In tr by affidavit appended to the nrtAin mortgage .ruled l by J. A. Tyler> amillnttln Witness otTtclal signature andcl thl Nq
t" l bill filed in the above-atAted that Lena hla wife, said lands data, ) my
CAJLS TR.UCK4 TRACTOK. cause TvliT. over lit, Mh tiny of A. D. 1U21
Hitch the defendant therein named I. a nun- Ik-taker. s9. A. O. IU1H. and raoord. In miirt111110 December O. W. Al.DKUMAN. }
resident of the Gate of Florida. and who la Rrt'Mldent book, Two ((2)). at p.". Twenty-two <1221!) Seal cleiX Circuit Court.
NOTICE OF LEA1E OF COUNTY CON. of of North Carolina I. Bradford I >
.-- --- ...-- ---- virraNotice Troy' state of tho public rworda of county. ny c. A. KNIGHT
--- and In over the age of twenty-one> yeam;; It' Florida i I i 12-7-8-1-4 Deputy Clerk.lDlaiDf00IDIIQ .
r 'b hereby given that on Monday> In therefore ordered that aald non-realdent da* MHO the following dirribi) personal proprrtv I a
,, fondant; be and la hereby required, to appearto In Bradford county, to-wit
I January 7. 1024, the lease of the county> evn- the bill 1 nf complaint filed In add cause on 1 I One gray hone about twelve yearn> old I
fiermen too $ for each practis and : vleta of Bradford county will be cold In frontof or before Monday: the 7th day of January weighing lout twelve hundred ((12001 pound
fore $ for each fier, for we sure nede the south door of the courthouae In Starke. A. U. \U24.\ otherwise the allegations of ..ahi1011I named Letters to will bo taken aH cunfesnc! by Bald du.l j I R. KNioirr.8l .
the doe. We have bene extry gude Florida, to tbe. hliiheit and brat eligible bidder fondant >eetal Meter In Chancery.A. ; COFFINS & CASKETS ;
for aald county convict, subject to the lawaKoxernlnir It i further ordered that thin ortl.r be'IiubllHheti s. CREWS
fur a hole year and you not forgitus. erne. Period of said leaae will one a week for four Consecutive' i iwake 1 Solicitor' for Complainant.. 12-7-61-1-4 And a Full Iln of

Bring Frank a juice harp and run thrniinh the year> 1024. The board reaurvoa In the publiMhcd Bradford in mid.County county Telegraph and atat anewnpaptr I Undofah.ra' SuppIOaAUTOMOBILE

Santa Claus me a mouth orgin as Frank gives out the right. to J.reject M. BROWNLEE.any> and all blda. Thin December, 4. A. I>. 1028. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL| TAX liRE
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I (;. W. ALDERMAN.
: of air to quick. We are in hy schule Chairman Board of County> Commhtaionera.Attent (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. I UNDER SECTION 57J OF TUB HEARSE

& tether says we will mak the wurld G.: W. ALDERMAN. Clerk. 12-14-St By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT Clerk.A. GENERAL STATUTES Always on hard The belt ....-

set and tak notis when we finish -- --- S. CREWS. lowest *.. SpotaUl ik .
TUEKESSA up Hereby notice la given that LuIs H. mil.' vie* at tfc prlc )
MASTER'S SALE Solicitor for. Complainant 12-7 ftt-l4 : : numberelnsmrtlvely ; 1
schule] wich we hope will be sune. purchaser' of tax case I rertlfleatea Miration to UUgraph or-
: Notice l I. hereby given that under anil by> I > 114, lOa and lit issued liy theta
Pleso dont forgit to bring us a tin virtue of that certain Final Decree of Foreclosure MASTER'S SALE < collector of Bradford county, Florid., RcgUtored Kmbalmor.DeWITT .
Tear Santa Claus-I'm a little boy made, and rendered on November 22. Notice In hereby given that under and by> sold certiorate number 174 being dated AUK.
school hat apeace for our fier dril, & we will A. D. ion' by Honorable A. V. Ixinu. Ju''',. vlrtua of that certain Final Decree of For** 2, lll-'n, and laid certificate* numbered lilt I
nearly] six yearn old. I go to take enything else you have left. We nf the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for elonure' made and rendered on November 22, anil 21,1 being dated July 4, 1021, haa fl'ed C. JONES rSTARKE.
ard like it fine Now, Santa, I'm a llradford county Florida. In that certain A. P. li>2.1: by Honornhl A. V. Iconic. Judge until certtllcaUia! In my> office and ban made
cloz for this tim. 2 broko fiermens cause wherein the Bradford County flank a of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, In and fur application fur tax deed. to luua In accordancewith I FLA ,
good little boy and I want you to corpnrntlnn. in rnmplainant. and C. II. Marks Bradford county.> Florida in that certain law.Sold ,
Gerald and Frank. and Fannie Marks, wife, are defendantsrho case wherein the Bradford County Bank a certificate renpeetlvely embrace the r
bring me a telephone and a little wagon undersigned: I will: otTer for sal i and will corporation la complainant and J. A. Tyler \ fiiilitwlnic lanes In Bradford county', Florida' li! :7 l llDtl llGl lmmmmUltlllllwWIl'IIlJIIIlUlIlW\II\UUoW
with and Hell to the hivtuftt and bent bidder for eaah.
that I play you -
can ... .
In front of the courthouae d o In Starke.llradford -- '
may bring" me a gun also. Now, dear TB ERESS.1 County Florida on Monday tho 7th i - -
I dny of January.! A. D. 1924. during the legal '
Santa I wish you a Merry Xmas and hour of rule for the purpomr of aatlafyinntin -"

hope you don't break your toe when Dear Santa Claus-Will you please final decree, the following described real hr

you onie down the chimney. I'll put bring me a sleepy doll, piano, tea But estate.Flnrfda.lying to-wit and: being In Bradford County

all ihi fire out. Your little friend, and lots of candy and apples. Thelma Commnnclnir 'fllff feet from the Northeast

VTihon Foch May.PLANT. corner of ltron<,lway and Hoyt street, on the irk
Barry. North aide of Hoyt atre.>t. and nm north 105f
"et. K:..t CJ'j feet South 10K feet to Hoyttrei > I '
CITY .t. thence Went. 62.,. feet to boutnnlnir; a 'yl
Dear Old 1 Santa Claus-Plouse to AI' o Lots 21.!> 8u. 81, flj, JM: 14. 35 and Rfl, 1
of Iilook Three (151>. In R. N. >wlin'i addition I 1
bring me a largo sleepy doll\ with i to Town of Stnrke :All or.the nbme being '
i j. .u- Santa Claus-I am writing a in the Town of fltarke. and In Suction'
few black curly hair, tea set, dull carriage I'll. InwnMliIp 6 South, Kiinuc. Twonty-two' (;j )
f, of things .
ass telling you a
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and a piano, and I lots of fruit rt21) Fast: j i
I I" rid like to have for Christmas. Alto Northeast, Quarter Snuthwent/ Quarter ':
and candy. Dorothea harry of :Snuthrat Quarter of Section 34, Town. ,
I i ,it you to send me a mouthharp, ship 6 South Range 22 East '

.1 mk pistol and s.ome large nice MHO Northeast Quarter nf the Southwest 'I woa
Dvar Santa Claus-Pleain bring Quarter, uarrpt 1'1 1 acres In Northwest corm .
i ,','rs.1"0 a good pocketknife of Section' 2. Township I 7 South, Uanvo "-" I s
in I will need the mo a doll\ and cart, some candy and I
pocket purse. l.iiKtAluo .
I NorthweRt Quarter of the Nnrthen t
pocket purse as.the berries are conimi toys, and a new dress. Don't forget: Jnnrtur. exetpt 10 acres In Southeast corner '
Mildred nf Section, ". Township T South Knaue JJ
and I am going to work hard 'me. Santa. Your little girl,

Henry Browning. 1 Griffla. E'Wt'D.. E KNIGlir,
an* good boy.
a Special, Meter. In Chancery t
A. S' CREWS. .
Solicitor fur Complulnant.. 12-7-6t-l- I
STAKKE Habitual Con Upanon cured

In 14 to :71 Days NOTICE OF IMSTIHTRIK FOIl IfTNAL

I'I;, ar Santa Claus--I want a story -LAX-FOS SyrupTomc-Laxa'jve WITH PEPSIN" Is for 1lI HabituaConblfpation. ;wcinlJy.' Notlco I.! hereby given niMCHAKGE to all whom It may I'

'I" and horn and bycycle, also prepared concern that on the Ittth day> of U,-eember,
a but
It relieves promptly A. I), 102.1.: I ihal! apply to the Honorable
-01\\" tools. Be sure and bring them. should be taken regularly for 14 ti< 21 days It. A. Green, judge of ald court aa judge of '
Cna".. McMillan. to induce regular action. It Stimulates\ and .probate, for my final discharge na admln.tra.I, I ,
Henry Garner. dc-iu>aHfld
,. trlx of the eMato of Henry ; I '..
toTak 60t
Regulates a Very Pleasant I and that at the acme time I will present my I
per bottle. final\ account an admlnlRtratrln of add ca*
I,. 'tr Santa Claus-Please bring I this t and l nnk' for their approval.
i iI Dated October 19, A. D: 1 23.IKENE .
| 'am doll, pony and a ball. Good-bye, 'm ERESSA OAnNER. I
Admlnlatrntrlx.MISTER'S Ifdr
10-19-01-12-14
amn' Thelma Watkins. __ .. I
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Theressa, Dec. 21.-J. P. Hall\ returned SALE That
writing Notice in hereby given that under and by please
!D Claus-I am
"ar Santa to his home in Jacksonville on \lrtue of that certain Final Decree of Form

IT letter. I want you to bring mea Saturday, after a few days visit with closure. mmle' and rendered 1 on Noveml 22. YNunnally'S
A. D. 19.il. by Honorable W. S. Ililllnck.Judue t
bit doll that will walk and talk. relatives here. of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor.
.ids. Honorable A. V. I.onir, Judge of the
1'a a u dear girlie, Annie Murrhee. Eugene Heiberger' Mrs. Chas. For- Eighth: Judicial Circuit bring dinqualined.. In '

syth, Mrs. II. E. Moorcr and Mrs. D. that Bank certain of Columbia caunft" wherein a corporation the Federal, la Land complainant Candies Hand Decorated Candles

:lIear) Santa Claus-I want you to J. Phillips were shopping in Gaines and J. M. Starling and Nettle fttar'

bfl"1me a doll that can walk and ville Thursday.Mr. iin Loan*. bin Annneiatlon wife and, are the Lawtey defendants National, the undrraliined Farm. Kodaks and Albums Candle Sticks q..

I talk, also a sewing machine and also and Mrs. J. P. Padgett and will offer for ale and will pelt to the
biiihrnt and bent bidder for rah, In front of Perfume Combinations
I *me hats for my dolls. Thanks. Eu-- family visited their daughter, Mrs the courthnune door In :the., Bradford eoun Imported Perfumes
I ty, Florida, on Monday>. 7th day of January
met Canova. Jim Koon, of Waldo, Sunday.Mr. A D. I9Z4. during the legal hour* of
and Mrs. W. W. Packham and ale, for the purpon of satisfying Bald final Combination Coffretts f Wahl PensSmokers

Pear Santa Claus-I want a doll, Mrs. P. M. Geiger were visitors to

and a doll stove, also a doll swing. Gainesville Friday.E. H I I 11 I I I I M j M I I I l I ItllllUMHIMIIIHHtiiai Waterman Fountain Pens SuppliesCut

le.le Adkins. S. Sibley and Mrs. II. E. Moorer t-
I Glass Ivory WareElectrical
were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. ;

Dear Santy-Please bring me a bicycle and Mrs. Mark Clemons movedto HUPMOBILES Cards
Gifts Engraved Greeting
for Xmas, and a gun, also some ( Worthington' Spring last Satur

I nuts Solomon Underbill.

day.Mr.' and Mrs. II. D .May motoredto "We have a few reconditioned f,
Dear bring this lit-

tit boy a Santy-Please tool chest, a cap pistol and The Gainesville Christian Friday.Sunday school will and repainted Hupmo- Our line of Accessories for preparing Christmas Packages includes Tinsel r,

I a football. Thanks. S. R. Johns, Jr. the Chris- biles for tale at attractive
have a Christmas tree at Cord, Tissue in all Colors, Christmas Ribbon, Tags and Seals lei
tian church next Monday night. Everyone prices; also one or two demonstrators -

Dear Old ,Santa Claus-I want adoll welcome. priced right andon

l, trycycle, and a doll carriage I Geo. Neal and nephew, Lewis, were attractive terms."

"il' be dad Is you can bring these shopping In Starke Monday.Mr. '

I lhlnrL Marguerite Prevatt. and :Mrs Cyril Manire visited SEE OUR WINDOW YMitchell's

I relatives in Hampton Sunday. Newkirk
Thompson -
want:
I bear Santy a BB gun, a

Wagon and a jumping jack. Candy
'S FATAL DISEASES
erafQeg and apples will be accepted. CIDLDB in the intestmn Motor Co.
Worms and par!am tea
Jar Hollingswonh.itcy of children undermine health and *> Drug Store .

weaken their vitality tha*, they ore unabloto Hupmobile Distributors :.4a
little resist the diseases' fatal to child life.
/'' dear-I want a top, a 1.
The safe course ii to give a few down ofWhite' Used Car Dept.
tar lastly
horn ,
football mitt and a ,
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Cream Vcrnufur. It de tro>sand
a rain and cars. Thanks. JameiIf CYpcLi tho worms without the slightest Jacksonville, Fla Opposite Stmps' rY

rues injury to the health nr activity bf the t
child. Price 3oc. Sold( r by
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER: .
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RIFLE: RACKS FOR ARMORY: ment hold them fast. Each rack ttSil ttttttttf+ttttttttttt t I together in amity and peace until

+ holds twenty rifles, and on the tops they have good will toward each oth- F Where Nine Lost Their Lives in Century Wreck '

Company G have lately received are recesses for the automatics, Church er Good will Is an unselfish bond -
I Services "
{ throe racks for their rifles! and pis which can be locked. I I that binds, us together in such way 110=_ 'f';; \. -- -", .. _

Had the Brooksville\ military company that makes life worth living. It js i ;; '. '
tols. The racks lire of iron, round at :: .1 'I
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been provided with similar ti'+ttttttttttttttttt'N I +tBAPTIST H oil on the journal of life that keeps ". ." 1
bottom and top. Around the top are racks, the stealing of 20 automatics, down friction and makes the home, lY PL '

recesses for the ends of tho barrels I a short time ago, valued at over $1- church or civic.life run smooth. .. //.f
CHURCH BULLETIN
I of the guns, iind n locking arrange! I II 000, had been The desire fir good will to ascend I ;

I -- -- -- ---_-__ .-___- impossible .--- --.- Next Sunday -promises to bo a day the throne should strike deep into every -
of gludncs sin our work and wor'hl!,. heart, not only during Christmastime V
but for all tim,, so peace may '
The Christmas spirit will prevail in
prevail rule and ,
may reign throughout -
all the exercises of the day. It will
all the earth. JLr
o. begin at the Bible school hour, 9:45a. '
And to this end, a'n
appropriate
L That which make., a man great i. lh. power la give otbar. power. m., extend through the morning Christmas program and tree will be
worship at 11
a. m., gather momentum
1 given next Lord's day at 7:30: p. m. 4s.
at the meetings of the senior and s
by the Bible school. Come .
junior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: und find
I The FarmerVon't Be Fooled consummation in the evening serviceat Bible study at 10 a. m.

Sermon at 11 a. m. Text, Psalms
7:30.: Everybody is welcome to
Whatever may be public opinion in reference to a soldiers' share in the blessings of the House 51:10-17./; : I ai 5r

bonus, whether uppro'vul spring from the welling of gratitude in of God. All cordially invited to come. I

the American heart, or flmflpproxjil come from calm examination At the morning service, the pastor W. E. DAUGHERTY, r

of the country's finances, Senator Smoot, who opposes the bonus: will speak on "The First Christmas/ Minister. .

,f is likely{ to stub hm tow in his proposition to meet the emergency! Carol." This is a part of the most

k g by establishing a "sales/ tux Ami, he is not likely to fool the astonishing narrative in universal lit- BASKETBALL GAME: T[

p farmer by alluding to his }1I'op'J'Il'IIJillu4, an expenditure tax." erature. Christianity came in with a Above are remains ot the death!! conch on the second 11..11.. 'J
; i The people arc nlivmly/ taxed ti
; The farmer already i is! suffering severely from having to pay we shall gather:, inspiration on song Sun- there will be a double header of basket of the third section near Kile. 1'", Nine were Ulllm1.! ,n +

3 Cxhorbitant prices! for the !things/\ lie bus! to buy while obtaining, day morning. ball-Starke girls vs girls of the.

,; I very low prices' for what tIll' has' to sell{ and, unquestionably a At the evening service the life of Hawthorne school; Starke boys vs

sales tax will not lessen this burden' The Senator who, ad- Christ will be given in pictures. As boys of Hawthorne fImmlUlDn"'nmmImmlff.dr! II'I r I| NO RURAL DELIVKIU: i ni !

mittedly is one of the, country's" foremost experts in taxation, wo never grow tired of hearing of the The games will be played. on down I ;MAS DAY

trM to cross this' bridge and, iissii.igo the farmer by providingthat Saviour town court. Admission 10 and 15c. -
\ so we never tiro of looking I II
nil expenditures!' below !$0,000 f< shall 'be exempt from the proposed -, upon illustrations of His wonderfullife. Everybody come. -- nrirtu!! -- The postmaster neini.il, ,l[ h.i.

r, tax, but it is difficult to see how this will affect the farmer Forty-eight beautifully colored proved an amendment to<> )I""lal..

any more than any other'class of our citizens slides will present a complete picture A HOLIDAY GREETING ., Kreromlmmf..lW'CfIaroIm.ID'CRmIlIDcmlImfJL1t: (: :!! I I ulations as the result ..i i uln", h '

The expenditures of the farmer as a fact are usually on a I carriers will be grunted < |
,, and these, with the songs, make more :MRS. imrs; ; ENTERTAINED I has
larger scale than the expenditures! of men personally engaged real tc us the Divine One. In sucha To all of its friends of other years i day Is'a holiday.

tin in miiny other industries!' Moreover, :Senator:: !Smoot should remember service the youngest may share, as and to the many new friends made Mrs. E. L. Biggs delightfully en- Patrons of the roux- >h,",'old
characteristic that stands out in the during the year just ending, the : this in mind! and .
if there is one man well as those who find it hard to hear, i tertained( the reading circle of the arrant-: for'
with the hoe it is the spirit of fair play which always bespeaks for all have eyes through which the Starke Telephone Co. extends greetings Methodist Missionary society Mon-\ I mailing of CIt'' stn1l1 i i<'kajri.

re. opposition to class legislation. The farmer's cry is for a square pictures make. their appeal to the of the season. May they find on dy afternoon, at her home on North other matter.
deal.'IIe does not ask l to discriminate in his favor. All Christmas day that peace which was
anyone soul. '
Bring your families, your Walnut street. Vases of choice red, I t
he asks is that the shall not discriminate against promised by the angels to men of
tr' government friends and your guests. white and pink roses were used to add !,
)how sincere the senator from Utah be the good will, and( may 1924 bring them a rThe
him. No matter may ,
The number of Bible verses read to the attractiveness of the rooms of Grocer
, I b a farmwfwill not silently agree to be placed! l in a position where and reported last week were 10,510.: full measure of health, prosperity and tho lower boor of this pleasant! home. I Peoples

f' he may bb pointed, to as accepting benefits!' under, a system off Splendid, readers! "Let the word of happiness.! "Tho Distinctive Opportunity in i

class! logisltition when he has! consistently! and persistently protested Christ dwell in you." Starke Telephone Co., H. A Bish- India", was the subject of the lesson I Xmas OfferWe

t4' against! this sort of thing. lie knows, too, the ills from The Christmas entertainment and i op, Manager. for the fternoon. At the close of thel'

which he suffers' never can be soled by any sales! tax, and that gift-giving will be held en Monday lesson there was, a social period which I

b the pioposcd exemption is aimed only at obtaining his approvalof evening, Christmas eve., at '00.. All was much enjoyed by all- Mrs. J. W.
a o /a measure that/ will add<<1a still greater burden to the American are welcome. Andrews, Jr., accompanied by Miss appreciate to the higf

ai l'.' people.\ rENT+wDRfl Florence Andrews, favored the com- for the
n soldiers'I your support
i / I If Senator Smoot wants to find' a way to meet the CHRISTMAS PROGRAM OF THE pany with two beautiful voice numbers -

I t + 1 IF.. bonus problem, let him approach the task from a different angle. CHRISTIAN BIBLE SCHOOL I.JCOLUMNLOSTOne Tears of Christ (Vinah) and I and reflect it in the
1 The farmer is opposed to a sales tax, call it what you will, and I Sunshine and Rain (Blumenthal). year

: N '1' r he won't he misled) by the exemption clause) Sunday, Dec. 23rd, at 7:30: p. m. The hostess, assisted by her sister, lowing prices for Saturd

Mrs. J, W. Andrews Jr. I
Words! of welcome, nd Miss
I. llnnHiuir lull 10.0f)0.000) ago! have Just
TI>,Twenty-five u'III',1, the great!: Motropolltnn eggs MIIMMHH In New years York. Here Is cold Song, Joy to the World. pair of tortoise shell rim Florence Andrews, served a tempting and Monday.

IIlIIJ'UlClt with U \.eiiHLaiiie.nro; Scripture reading and prayer. glasses! rather heavy mottled shell. course of saltines!, olives, fruit salad( ,
t It Came fruit cake and hot chocolate with
Song, Upon the Midnight Lost the latter part of last week.
df''f' Ah''I'UM"II"n, trn'lo nnnoiinoementu thnt effort' almost every Clear whipped cream.
4 : ,. phase>l < and luiiir of our lives The folks who don't rend, tbem low out to Reading, The Wise Men. Finder please return to Eugene Those attending were Mesdames L. I Market SpecialsWestern
+ + the fellowvlio drn| 'x. lie buys better and conxtautly adds to bin store of Matthews. I
A.
Davis
kllo'h'I"'II"b l < Is education Christmas recitation by class. II II I W. E. Middleton, T. J.
_______ Christmas Happiness, a dialogue. I Howze, J. W. White, J. W. Andrews, I loin steak Ib - |
FOR
SALE
t'i 1I1"tl>l'c"l'h policemen should wear uniforms. The eight of a uniform Looking For Santa Claus. -One fine stock bull, 3-1 I Jr., II. M. Snyder, L. C Ray, A. Wood, Western T-bone steak, ll> __

stoles' Hpivdliif. That Is tho alma of the luw-not to trap reckless drivers Song, Hail to the King. Jersey and 1-4 Durham. Write or I G. C. Sweat, F. II. Long D. E. Knight Western pork chops, Ib _____.

11'111 I KUIluT In flues to ease up IIXMI! taxes, Where' the Christmas Spirit Shines phone Capt. E. F. Andrews, Hope J. F. Colley, Misses Olive and Amelia Lamb roast or chops, Ib .._ .

Gift service.' Hall, Hampton, Fla. 12-14-4t Ray. Kingan sliced bacon, Ib boxKingan __
Tt in n v Interest newspaper readers to !know that the book of
i reference trout IIM MI| In a newspaper office IK, the Bible. Milton Song, Gifts for the King. WANTED-Responsible man or wo- pure pork sausage, IbRinnan's
a cntncM second with Rhake'peart, u close third. Once la a while we Talk by the pastor. man in every community in South WOMAN'S: CLUB BAZAAROn liver pudding in sau

r L IIMU the Coniireitlontil Hwuril Song, Glory to God. Florida to take subscriptions for sage casing, Ib __u_ __ __ _

t tw Distribution of presents. the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal last Friday the Woman's Club Country make fresh sausage, Ii
+ I Hog head cheese, Ib __ .
t I, Benediction. of u
.A commissions, all or spare time. For Starke held a bazaar and supper
tl RICHARD LLOYD JONES particulars, write Circulation De- which was a success in every partic- Simon's pure leaf lard, Ib print
Indiana smoked bacon, lbKingan's ..
The ular. The slightly inclement weather
PRESBYTERIAN partment, Tampa Times, Tam-
SAYS reliable picnic ham, a!b
pa, Fla. 12-14-tf probably kept a few away, but those I
Kingan's/ Peerless butter, Ib _
Blow of -- who attended thoroughly enjoyed every ,
bugles battle the marches
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,
( is the Door-Plalo of 1 feature. The Baltimore Sealdshipt oysters,
r Envy Ignorance of peace WANTED-Man to share crop on receipts totaled approximately -

J, East, west, north and south, let tho farm. Good place for a good man. $170.00 All of the pie-

: : long quarrel cease; Write to A, F. Petterson, Starke, ces of fancy work were not sold and )
r j Inferiority 1 I. the root of all envy. The ntroug covet the respect of what FLORIDA MEAD
Sing the song of great joy that the or see me at Manning's Store Sat- was left is still on sale. It Is ,
others, not tfculr envy. For envy Is Otm rebellion of the Incompetent.:
ta weed angels began, urday afternoon. Its expected that with the sale of the remaining Pork ham Ib
,r + Ono envy In permitted to take root It crowd out ambition a* a ---- -
., I kill a cultural plant. Envy benumbs and ntuplflcn determination. It Sing of glory to God and of good will pieces with total amount of I Pork shoulders Ib ___ .. _

: Is a confession of denpalr. It products nothing. It yield no return. to man!-Whittier. FOR SALE-20 acres, 2 story house, I cash will pass the $200 (nark. The I Pork chops lb ____ ___
To submit to It U to bankrupt endeavor. known ladies to be
as the Henry Norman placeon are highly commendedon
_
Pork stew Ib _____
force. You battle with \8fI1 anDut -
Hatred has the virtue of can
envy lay down all arms. Irreconcilable, It cannot even be offendedi' I heard the bells on Christmas Day the Lnwtey-Raiford road is go- the success of their undertaking. Rib stew Ib _______

Into action. Their old familiar carols play, ing: to b6 sacrificed at your own During the evening a beautiful Chuck steak, 2 Ibs __ ___ .__"

They who are unwilling to hear good tidings of a neighbor and can And wild and sweet price. We are going to sell it for luncheon set was given away, Mr. Chuck roast, 2 lbs __ _____-__..
[r find happiness only In swing other depressed to a level with themselves The words repeatOf the highest offer. Bids open until Edward Burns being the lucky man Round steak, 2 Ibs ___ __ _.-
the mOAt hopeleraly lost to the work of the world. Their Miry 1 I. a n -
1 pamlnn are so full of cowardice that even they have not the confidence, to peace on earth, good will to menLongfellow! December 28th. Must, shall and go- to receive it. Loin steak, 2 Ibs ."______.____

I openly own It. The weakest are reluctant to pose as foes of diameter. ing to be sold. George M. Inman, Ground, meat, 2 Ibs ...____-_.
Envy.li a secret vice. agent. 12-21-21 ALTMANPADGETTMr. : We have prepared for your Ch
Upon all occasions! that ought to give him pleasure the envious man In the beauty of its breaking, in the mas wants--so come visit us.
wilfully\ puts himself In pain. Ho converts what should be life's relish music of its dawn, A PROFITABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT Jesse Altman, of Starke, and '
satisfaction
Into secret al1 Llllh. Thorn things! which give\ the highest
to other give him the quickest iMtngs. To him all the perfection of Like an angel chorus waking when H the modern knitting machine Miss Jerry-Delle Padgett, of Hampton -

fellow creatures are odious. Youth, beauty, valor, Integrity and wisdom the heavenly day is born- which can be purchased! from Jack were married by Judge R. A. VEGETABLES AND FKt'lT

provocations/ for his displeasure Comes again the day of promise, Inman at just one-half the original Green at his office Sunday morning. at
To be offended with excellence, to hate a DIn n1I11M1 the worldapprovl'lI 11 o'clock. 10 lbs Irish _
Comes again the Christmas morn. cost. 15 pounds of yarn and a potatoes -- -
Is liut, the faint praise of a wretched M>ul.
knitting contract for the sale of Mr. Altman is an Industrious Fancy Col. celery, extra +IIrje
So false to all good U envy that no man can ,1..It\JIM! It more than young I
t lUI who envies Dlll t. As a ulare to a drug he would rise above It If Beam, bright eastern sky in glory, knitted socks. A chance to make man employed by the Andrews-Wain- size, 20c and .._____ .-'

he could, and envies no one so much R. he can. till our doubt clouds roll away; some money at home for a small wright' Motor Co., while his bride is I Iceberg lettuce, head, loc am': .
Envy hurt,only the povNowor.!' Like a scorpion confined within a Ring, sweet Christmas bells, the story investment. It the charming young daughter of Mr. :!' Fresh tomatoes, Ib 2 Ibs
of fire It sting. itself to U ath.
circle The truest evidence" of character 1 is. to be without a touch of envy, -ring forever and for aye LOST-Two mules black and Mrs. A, W. Padgett, of Hampton. | Fancy red eating apples one one
Y Till our living be but loving : Cranberries for that turkey and
Copyright, 1933-By Richard Lloyd; Jones colored. Finder
mouse please no-
And our dying be but day The young couple will reside in meats, quart u_.__
tify J. S. Andrews, Lawtey. It* Starke. .
-John Trotwood
Moore.
I Bananas, per doz, large Jizt
Sunday school at 10 a. m. LOST-On the graded road between Sun Maid raisins, 1 Ib pkj

Preaching services at 11 o'clock. .Starke and Lawtey, a Goodyeartire ENGAGEMENT: : ANNOUNCED: : Oranges, Grapefruit, Tmte

t b Cordial invitation to the public<< tire rack, license tag and rear Kumquats, Brazil Nuts, Engi''sb'l>
@ T. J, HEDGES Mr. and Mrs. William ;Mayrant I 1
fit-( light. Finder will be suitably rewarded : nuts, Almonds and everything
Minister. Perry, of Columbia, S. C., have announced
by returning same to W. E. to eat. Prices to satisfy the I I
engagement and
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Torode approaching
W Lawtey. 12-21-22 ', men for Christmas.
1 CHURCH OF CHRIST :NOTES marriage of their daughter rove

11 Ho'. only some five nn' a hnlf year old -MMS SEEDS-New spring catalog ready.If Mabel Varn, to Mr. Fred Lewis I The big truck went tc 1ak'
hU size. T TPUfaCft/ I tl< have not received send Morrow, of Ja"ksonvllThe\ : come see what it brought
1. -an' they nay ho'. bright fer Christmas means love, good will you copy mar ,,
.
t lie never forget a thing he' told, nor *Q9,W T O and giving. In the trio definition given name and address today for this riage will take place in Jacksonville.Mr. i, Christmas eats.
'Q
vi but he may Kllmi' with his eyesSo ,- 4 well illustrated and instructive Morrow is connected with the I We thank you all and expect (
good will\ is the link words and
to be keorfnl of what I do 1 tt
I've got o planting guide for 1924. Will be Seaboard Air Line and is at service :for whatever 00'
railway your
In front of my offspring guw t.-for I'm gd p. why shouldn't it be? For good will Is :
the one that he keep In vtew-thin feller '.n I y J 2 one of the most important and pow delighted to send copy. Kilgore well known in Starke, having a host -Service, Satisfaction.Say .

that known. me Utttt, qf'a b Vt + o erful forces in the world. The will is Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 1221.4t of friends here who are offering him l' Get a Merita Fruit oak
)..,.11 tluiib on the arm of my Morrl- v, v the man their congratulation of all imported( fruits for '""
.' know whole in action. It repre- WANTED TO BUY-A '
cheer, with eyes wide open :ye ; good riding lb. On sale Saturday t' ""
irKnt it toao -herr, an' sents his attitude towards the problems '' I per
an' hc'U ant me 1 horse with saddle and bridle. Must
Aa I' Subscribe for the Telegraph. I Phone bell: See you later.
of life
why does nay whlnker grow ; towards his fellow man be a bargain. Write, box No. 10, -
he'll uwbb enquire afore has through, and towards Gad. ''
vest lie' a little Brooklyn, Fla. 12-21-2t
r -
why'ilou't t button my
/ It definitely means the casting of Influence -
aristocrat, staunch an' true-thl. feller '9
bent.' a man has on the right side
that know me
PROMPTLYINMAN
a n I'vo !cot to look i>l<>"i'ant amend the of things. The man' of intensified, LOST! GET YOUR MONEY

r "rI hOIlMan' cultivate manner new, sanctified\ good will disdains merely
: It beat. the. world<< how this little mouse selfish! interests and works for the &. RITCH
Ladies Wrist Watch
will the thine I do. I ten ye- Waltham;
I'mvln'copy\ a constant prayer, with an ans-: general good; the good of the town I name "Gertrude" engraved on back. REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

f J ious heart In my breast, but, I reckon \ and country in which he lives. Reward for return to O. L. Beasley, INSURANCE COMPANIES. FIRE,
It ain't no rnore'n fair, to the f Uer that There Is a great and sore need of Starke. ACCIDENT. LIFE. AUTOMOBILE,

f know Dl8 best t personal community, state, nationaland BONDS, LIABILITY

I t; o.r ei international good will just now. Take florae bone out of your head ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

Individuals nor nations cannot dwell and put in in your back.

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