Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02260
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER t'J.! 1921. "---c. ./.

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of ',radford MEETING_County A1k.AWTEY amber. of: r Give $.5SQOOPOO / C. C. Will Hold I Almost I'erfect EVKRYOXE: I :\' OKEEK PUTS-IN:: FOR ONE1)t :/ TAXES

C erce met at LawteV at 8:00: I
Government Costs
g SlatedTen
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-' 7 Hill ion a Year.
_- of the last meaUg wer Hearing In Jax '

rea j [:'approved. ft I Government costs the United
thjf nembernitteo : States
resident urged 910,000,000,000
1 u year!
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Ti n to secure Il': mom It costs you $100) u
cbl-ct dues Jacksonville, Dec. 13.: Growers i I DON'T:/ I'SK: SMALL ENVKLOI'ES: I year.
her ible, and also \to Approximately onu-sixth of the
n and :shippers of perishable fruits iind f i I
fro timbers who have no paid. total income of all the American \Incontinental
M ore, of the tnpiher.hio p ) (I vegetables who have been denied the The Shop Early: Mini Knriy: eumpai.Lrn Mvf tinted: States is taken

", read! a letter 'Jim the. privileKU of placing ice on top of ': inauk'tu, ati-d by Pot masterlienernl by the /OVI.'I'llIlIent-clty, county, .
"'eab' ,:Air I.me,, oTliciala Tt'tive' to their shipments to northern marketfrom New last year proved to han I state, federal
liradi Jacksonville and other Florida unqualified success. It was o You therefore
hi strawberries ,
njt of frpi ( '' work one day a
tor (Tunty, and it was i ":I.l!.-red j points have been grunted a hearing great benefit to the people and also I week for government
"" I of their case by the Interstate Com- enabled post office employees to deliver
'ha Jlettur be referrc4J": ( :Mr. Thu average family of five
I:au.\i\ attorney for th* .''lll'oadomln. mare Commission all the Christmas: mail before I :T j: 00 a year Into the public pays
> Word 1 received noon on December 2fi./ Thu
was by wire this Department i I'he burden is continually!
made a mutiun.hnt t he j learning by J. Curtis Robinson, sec again this year asks the hearty The average family increasing.
retary-manager of the Growers and cooperation of the public in order pays enough
to the SoptJ "tern ,iniuiall.In
I taxes to make lint
f ,I ;: ., relative! to (.fi"il1tt'awh I Shippers League from Chief Examiner that the record made last year may rlIS I on a small home, or to buy payment alight -
iliiK-h Butler in that lie equaled, if not excelled,
ics. as far as WutiluFton. ) or Washington I automobile ,
faltipfote, by express. anti! reight the hearing at which both theSihipl :! When you shop early and mail Your share of the public debt i*
fro ere to destination. :M Thedi> l pees and the railroads will be represented I early you are helping the clerks i In $;.J2i:! ); your family's share, $1,600. '
iecOlthe\ motion and it JJ'S car will be held in the Chamber of Itho I post office to eat their dinner !Coverninent! has contracted this debt ;

rte _' JA9.DUKEa. I II ( onimeree headquarters on Main homo and you are greatly benefiting for you. You pay thu Interest You
retary was directed, > 1 se-, street. yourselves. You have a greater I I I will retire the principal.

cur_l'_.Jr the possible infotlatlllnaboutltbe The hearing is scheduled for tomorrow chance to secure a better selection Thu public debt total $:120.000000
kind of cotton to plut ill morning, according to the of gifts from the stores, you have t 1100. The federal/ I government hail
thiavj suction! and where to I i'g'J' the telegraphic communication receive more time to wrap them securely and trimmed its debt since the war, but
ieed, tb.,information to be furished I by Mr. Robinson. It is said to be of'' and you are sure that they will ariveat bond issues of cities, counties and.
to thof"rmers of the couqtj) Mr. vital importance to the shippers! here. their destination in time to ht I states shove the total over! nlghtr.

MatthgWi suggested that thy be : .a The hearing follows one recentlyheld opened Christmas morning, You art f ,Wr You are always paying taxes
fumigated, if possible, before: ihip- .k h11 in Los Angeles, California, in also relieving the burdens on the every day, every week.

pinjjytollhia territory. The sectarywasjFntnicted which the California growers and : clerks behind the counters in the Usuillly you don't know when you
to secure inf&nation shippers complained of the same restrictions stores! and you are giving a practical r Md are paying them.

about"seed corn, as. to where lau how placed upon them by the demonstration of the good will When! you buy u cigarette you
<''amafoould be secured. J'.1Itiwa : railroads. The roads object to the that Christmas time signifies Acting pay three-tenths of a cent In tuxes

*"also suggested thin new J placing of extra iceing on top of Postmaster General, John II Tint total of all these throu-tenths! of
marKeU'Jbe opened If ponsibltiff tBe I itoodt.! placed on board their refrigerator Bartlett requests., that you refrain a cent collected from you and other
nandiinffTof corn so that f jhe ft ply I cars, which vegetable and fruit from using small envelopes in send Americans. is moro than two hundred
ma j-I,not exceed the demand. I I ;grower believe is necessary to protect ing your Christmas curds as this very Inez Hardenif Missi-sippi \\ -i million dollars n year.
ItiWjwiliBuggested that the toad their goods from spoiling before greatly retards the sorting and distributing over .'toO.OOO ompi-titois as turnout You pay taxes indirectly when you

:omwiisslon secure rates on [j.'awriST I I I'I 'delivery at northern terminals. of the mails. Let all of us for 1l2 perfect! a. Slui f.-nm. 'K'rl'111 ''II the lJ..!S buy u steak at tho butcher hop--';;j.

betH!!. $o, the southern mark' I e I It is contended that great loss will pull together this year, do our shopping 117jj pound' i n-.jvurHweigh .I I (U 5 u:'I., the tuxes of the cattle grower, of *
TlBkyO"motion: and second it IWIiI order ::1 be I sustained by the growers here unless early and do our mulling early, 2 in tall. She tliinls a 'quart) ""r f the railroad the meat packing plant II,
;'tblot% the meeting be he atStark I, the let's make it genuine old.fullhlonp(1Chrlatma't milk' ,t the \
commission reverses their a 'd\lIy! und Klet-iii J H) |h"i q automobiles that hauled. tbe'. t ,
text Friday. show i iThejgecretary's I .s j former ruling. celebration. every! night., She Mu led boot:, i meat, of tho butcher who sold It you"'s .
report : re- Mr. Robinson, of the Growers and ---+---.-- cent! pctfucl.IEA'I'll) Federal. taxes of the direct varictyj?*.' <. h

ceipt lto-'date( ; for dues, : 2-O) ; I Shippers League, it was stated thisorning 1'ARKEK-GRIFFIS:: h ittvo gone ,down of late. tMlnco
buiments,, $: 9,4.j; bala on I has collected voluminous } : OF MU. LONG:' UK:!I the national government '
Mr Alvin Parker of North
hats$\,19.5G.) I I1 ,data and information to support the has reduced Its operating expenses
'\' and Miss Gladys Griflis of
ClIl'nl'/1/ iii.Li5i) tt +utruincnts of the growers of Florida Starke, were united In marriage by Mr. F. II Long died at his home, by two million dollars. It basalso
1 \ in their contentions for the continuance In Sloike, on Tuesday afternoon! from piiid olF two and three-quarter
Judge U. A. Green; at the court house
'1'h ryiceh of the church SS. n- I of the extra Iceing practice objected December 12th. an attack of pneumonia with other billion dollars of the national debt,

da"l 1l relate to the glait Ch t- rrw FJSl'l1ANOO'O'.TE'i wr" .. ; to by' the railroads. While Mr. Parker has been in serious complications. While Mr, thus looping, inooooouu: from Interest .

mal '' SrtKon.< The Bible whorl l <7t tHjot t taih -< James B. Duke, Power and Tobacco Senator J. E. Calkins, of the railroad Starke only a short while, ho has Lung's death was not unexpected It payment.
m., with clauses fc HQe I magnate of North Carolina, commission, will employ these proven his. industry by working up toa came, nevertheless, us n severe blow Income taxes have been trimmed, 6
Ita- >.''are glad to welcome* i. and Geoiije/ Eastman, Kodak king facts and other information which Tie responsible position with the Con- to his family and friends, who have but Internal and Indirect tuxes re-
totr itir school each Sunday. Or 'e of New \' ork. unbeknown to each JaM on hand in support of the Florida sumers Lumber Company.: His brides the sincere sympathy of their acquaintances main. ,

Wo", p-fai 1 II I 00: when the par I other, on the same day announced growers' case in presenting it i the pretty young daughter of Mm.. all over the state. Tnriir is n tax, denounced' oy Dem-
wi I W. for his gifts of their millions to charity band jefore, the Interstate Commerce Commission oeralH
subject, "Thefll.i-J tducational institutions. Mr. Ester Milliard They will reside at Thu funeral services were conducted as HO cxhorbitantly high 'It
het; JTiis will be a helpful hi'1J Duke gave $40,000,000 and Mr. at the hearing tomorrow. Starke. in thu family resilience. Wodnrs' 'raises the cost of living, defended by

ft pon the wonderful ,xperk e Eastman $15,000,000. The latter, day afternoon at three o'clock, and Republicans, as n protection for
'., ung people meet at '6I::,p ,", some 38000000. FOR NEXT WEEK KINGSLEY: friends and acquaintances, many of Hut federal taxes arc the least of

m.. ore. Intermediates und, ''Jr- Advertising copy and news items them coming from Jacksonville. (I'..- your worries.
ors tunjr people! are reque 1 1irl Ito ntendcd 'for publication in nextvepk's Mr. Edward Burns has purchased atka and (Gainesville, Uov. L. W. Municipal, county and state taxes
fn Sunday in special CUjKiiereises. + WORK( ON ItALDUINMAXVILLKiJKOAI : : I issue of the Telegraph must :he Hob Richard property on Kings-/ Kickliter conducted thu last Had rites, they got your money.Keilcrul .

mali The evening ) HALF COMPLETEDi: i h>'e in not later than Tuesday noon. ley lake the deal being cloned Wed- assisted by Rov. I I. 11. Simpson, and 1 tuxes, at least the direct
; ;the subject being, I The: Telegraph will be published on I nesday. This place was built two a quartette composed of Mrs. A. Z. ones, have been going down, but local -
)+f.th Wlee> Men." There c State Road Department to Complete Wednesday In order to give the office :years ago by Mr. Richard and i ill one Vdkins, Miss Hilda Struth Messrs.\ taxes have net new altitude no
speds music at each Sl'I"atQ ] Section Through Clay County l orce Thursday off for Christmas. uf the prettiest summer cottages on [* F. Smith and! John Powell, softly onls in all parts of the country.
.)ub11. welcome to share with -- :this lake. Mr. Richard owns other lake I sang, "Nearer, My God, to Thin" (','nl the:' things that the Work of laying. the concrete pavement / Mussel dSrger is a popular name I property and, will probably build his liev. Kicklitvr read the llth Chapter since llU!) state tuxes have Incroad *.
Ihip iGod offers, especially at 'doy4ax I on state road number thirteen 'or' the California gray whale. hlrd: cottage there before summer.METHODIST of Job and other! comforting pun- <- IHli:! per cent, county taxes 142 per
2. aeon of the year. from Baldwin to the Clay county sagas from the Bible, paid I tribute to emit and. city taxes HO per cant.
I line was practically completed for he virtues of the deceased and' gave Principal, reason for this. increaseIs
COTTON:/ CROP THISYEAR :one-half its distance last Saturday.This 1- loving admonition to tho living. In the sale of bonds. Local and
fLlim IS 22,000 .\ (.s road consists of a sixteen foot Chamber Commerce IL state governvmnts have trebled their
of Meeting Felix llurdin Long was born in
--- C concrete surface, of the type used in .bonded induhtedness! since 11)12.
of cotton in Fda'thisTyear '. c constructing the Jacksonville-Lake lIke City, Florida, April Hth, 187!), It Is so easy to finance a public
IS now placed at 22 I 9) City highway. This portion of the J and therefore ut tho time of his douth project by n bond issue Hut
iale.7with a total of 19,321 bales ifCrofted "- I road will be opened to traffic within Starve Tonight Friday 8:00 lad reached the age of forty-live building built that way Is paid every for

,by.the, Bureau of the Cenv, t thirty; days according: to the conractor's \ yearn" eight months and two days twice---paid for once In bond Interest -
J 1 la was the son of Judiro and Mrs. T.
ss **Jnl'been\ ginned up to Decan. t; estimate. I once In retiring the
her! ';}JTbe8e figures! do "not inclild-: The stretch of road thirteen pass- T. Long, the family originally com ._ -\ principal
the, otfor; "* grown in Florida this year ing through Clay county, being graded SERVICES: AT SAXTON :: ing to Florida from Virginia. On CHRISTMAS( AND: Sl-JW: AUTOS
I but '$hlpped out of tho state fprgltln ( by state convicts, will in all prob. I December 4th, 1U01\ Mr. Long was Christmas this year will bring
,rwhich a. would make tai, ability be ready for travel by the Services will be held next Sundayat Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. E. K. married to Miss Cornelia Peek, und automobile ownership to thousand
8ta total still more. time the hard-surfacing is completed Saxton church, Rev.-1). L. Phillips, Pcrryman, superintendent. to this union was born eight children, of persons who never before even
- reage planted trf cotton til in Duval county. The state road de- of Lawtey, conducting the services. Preaching/ at 11:00: a. m. and 7:30: otiu of whom, Felix, Jr., died In In. thought they would enjoy such a
; ye ,'teVfsed to 81,000, 4 per cent partment has advised that thoy-proI I Song service will start at 2:30: p. m., p. m. by the new pastor, Rev. C. F. fancy. The deceased! was. noted for thing.Of .

" at4eh,1W" abandoned, leaving 81,0 I,ose to commence work on that por preaching at 3 o'clock. All invited to Starnes. In the evening the Presbyterian his devotion to his family, working : course, the giving of an automobile -
. aClelli: pki.d. This is the smallest cr tion of this road between Maxville i attend.MAKSHIIURN. congregation will worship unceasingly for their welfare. I nt Christmas time hal beena
i tonf-rea e planted In Florida with the Methodist, to welcome the practice for Families have
; f md the Clay county line within the The burial took place! in Crosby years.
. sora'ye;! and a production of 2: next few days. : I'IIYSICIAN incoming pastor, Rev. Starnes.A Cemetery beside loved ones who had bought now automobiles" to replace
.. OOO haleaJfrom this acreage is a vecredjf11bklYield )I n. i m|JL,_ I AT STATE FARMI 1 1I cordial invitation extended to preceded him, and the pallbearerswere old ones, the thoughtful husband ha*

t 1, an average of l': SA'oITA: CLAUS LETTERS all. active: F. F. Stump, D. K.; surprised. his wife with u new car and
ttr. E. Marshburn of
I R. Crestvlew
; poender otlint: to the acre. Favorab has been appointed physician, at the, Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- Knight, J. F. Kickliter, J. M, Mitchell indulgent yet practical fathers, to
: and little damage l t 'car Santa Claus: Florida State Farm the resignation nlng at 7:30.: A. M. Darby and 11. C. Richard, retain larger cars for family Us*,
t. thOc'rupfromgrgbrtfgtwather boll weeVil My name is Marcus Hosier and 1 upon --- J Bitch have played the rolu of Sunta Claus
mfestatiowte of Dr. J. L. Chalker, who has U. C. V. REUNION:/ DATES::: of f'alatka; honorary : N. T. ,
a ;jarg* factor, in the heavy yie'hi "AC on road 14 from Lawtey near the billed the position for a considerable ARE; MAY 12 1O. IS G. W. Alderman, A. / Adkum, J. M!. and presented! sons. and daughter!
. 't *iiirjlThis yield is p irticular.nceuragiAB 'Davis' school and I am 0 years old period. iJr. Chalker has moved to Truby, M. Goethe, of Manning, Frank with Kurd rumihouU or coupe a*
t ; coming as it does afte ,rod in the fourth grade at school. Ocala I I New Orleans, Dec. 8-Major General I Browning' of I'alatku. Many and personal curs, u practice, which by
where he has
bob; the.ktrnoirnially low yield of last yea j I: .\, it is near Christmas I thought I for practice, of medicine opened and offices Hampden Osborn, of Columbus beautiful were the floral gift corning thi- way, is becoming "quitu popular.

t raJElti000!; ; acres produced but 13, uld write" you and tell you what I The farm physician surgery in Miss., recently appointed adjutant I from _frlerid uwuy and. at home, Hut for those to whom the owner- t
t lou UatesilB yield of only -10 pound \.nt. this time: I want a knife and favorably ne'f.Itate known through this general and chief of staff United the grave being covered! with the whip of un automobile halt heretofore
e )J LnUtalthe! acnThis years pro- un and a little gun, an orange, an section Confederate Veterans, announced to- choicest roses, Japonicim, narcissus seemed impossible, the Ford Weekly
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a 4naU ,acreage m also highly crcdi I have one little ulster 4 years old this as the dates for the Dallas re handsome pieces wax a largo wreath role I of !Santa: Claus Thousand of
city and he and his have
t Vhentcompared with the averse has just started to school and she union. from the Klynn-IIarrn-Bullord. Company I persons, who enrolled under the plan
visited in Starke several times durIng .nrlv .In.. fht.... nnrl... .mnjfa..... ,6.cl.
t ; -d1.i'1 },OOO bales produced for the. ,- n the primmer and I want you to the few oi jacKsonvinu, one uucuueu '-- .vttfi--* .- -..-.-
.s pct? /fiy& .years. ng her a doll and doll bed and a past years. l'IIESIIY"fEiIANSunday being one of their trusted salesmen.Mr. weekly payments will this Christ-

t 1"h4.'ten\m&te of the cotton crop ,*" <. piano and I have a baby brother I I I FOUNDATION: POURED<< ; school at 10 a. m. Long leaves to mourn his untimely mae take delivery of their can, and II

I oi' gVaited. States as. a whole i iI! 1 ted 40dward; he is 1 year old he ', FOR NEW BUILDING: Preaching at 11 a. m. by Dr. death his. devoted wife, seven receive a Christmas: gift that give
i BW-placed at 13,153,000 bales, ot :-" tq a horse and a little train and I Tucker. children, namely: T. T. Long of year 'round fllI'lI"ul'e.Appruxlmat"ly .

.. t ihdftl.225,025; hales have already iMer, but bring us what you think Pouring of the foundation for the Prayer meeting Wednesday eve Chicago, Miss Margaret Long/ Comer 1,0,00(1/ () persons already .

. yen gtouie< ,\This compares with the "' need. new concrete block building for II. A. ning at 7:30.: Choir meeting at closeof Allen, Richard, Lois and Wily have secured their cars under
e Ir.al'ai1lJ1i.np last year of 10,140,00 MARCUS ROSIER. Bishop was completed during the meeting.A I' Long; a brother, Judge! A. V. Long, the F'r'i i Weekly Purchase Plan and
as ";re i'anincrease! of slightly morlaTMLAa. -- past week. Work on the walls will prayer cordial Invitation to attend the of I'alatka, and, other relatives. ,. this Mimb' ..r will be materially increa
ttal1} I.LEGE GIRLS RETURNINGTONIGHT :/ the out of town attending ed before the close of the approAch.
: ,0C7.000. start within the next few days. above services i h* extended to all. Among persons
the funeral were: Judge and Inle' Christmas season.

+j ( ENTERTAINMENTThe Returning to their homes for the ;' SMALL FIRE FRIDAY The manufacture of tacks wan a Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, Annie,
I William" Murdock, an English engineer
an Sunday Ch household industry in New Englandtill Mr. and !Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon, Mr.
jPr* byt school nut mas holiday from the Wom- Sparks from the chimney Ignitedthe was the first to employ coal
; / well Into the nineteenth and Mrs. H. C. Richard, Frank
rJl: bxddtltaf. Christmas 411' Tallahassee century.
i entertain. College, are the roof of T. J. Griffin's residence on gas as an IllumJnnnt.
lid Chrfatmas Eve, at 7;30 p. m. following' < popular young ladies of I North Walnut street last Friday afternoon The Egyptians had vessels largeenough Drowning, all of Palatka; T. T. Long,
e of Chicago; Mrs." C. F. Sayles, of It is sUb houM
M ffn.lptogr.m I is being prepared Starfce: Misses Blanche: and Mona The blaze easy common /-
discovered before
was be
to called ships about 3,000
e Miami; P. A. Holt and daughter, lies with ice pick or some slmlar -
s& ,rraugeraent< ar* made for Alderman Isabel Fernandez, Iris it had time to spread and was B.C. an
Mis Agnes Molt Mr. Thompson, of
; MuitTnlldecorBtions. In addition to Epperson and Madge Middleton. extinguished with enly small damage instrument. _
Co. Miss
tti IntmreUaag part the children and to the roof. The herring fishery, the most important the Flynn-Harris-Bullard ,
jemtAei1plalww;% take there will COMMUNITY CIIRISTMASnSERV- branch of May Peek, all of Jacksonville; Mr. Sheriff Ramsey, of Gainesville; Judge
be deep-aea flitting, .
A. H. J. O. Cannon Will Cannon
, i pod 1It1 *i Cannon GOBI Matter
John ,
bt, dOatrfbated as long 1 it l I. broad. Mr. Goethe and son, Henry of Manning ,
pta as than
-"lij to the chI] 600,000 .
, "bft':SBeat, ClaIUl. Everybody Cd *: All are iaritec this' service at St. Mark's church on The Robert W. A. Williams, R. J. Hancock! Ran..
r stgeth1'thta iartca greatest depth of the MedIterranean wereno window. In ancient: C. Adkins, Evans Haila. Col. I
. Christmas Day at 10 a. m. Sea .U 14,439 feet Greek houeeeu E. Dart and wife, Tom FleMing, daD Well, of FalaUo. -
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9 head. All thought left me, I was con- regular appointment at the First 1\Theressa /as a visitor: \'

scious only of a drowsy sense of in- Baptist church here last .Sunday i last Tue IY. ,

toxication. His fingers cupped my morning and evening. I L. B. HI1, of Center Hill, who( hag
chin and and he kissed Mrs.: C. W. Pallet, was a business
: again again recently ten the guest c* his father '
me. some ins visitor to Waldo last Tuesday.F. H. H. Hal has returned to his honu//:

: ,} w1tnptPol4 (To be continued) vE{ and A. M.\ Holds Annual Election The mile of Howard Moore\ sixth >
f FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL see December 12. grade Btu--nt of the Hampton school, I

REVIEW The following omcers were elected: was omntted, through error, form
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II. B. Wiggins, W. M. the honoiroll published in the Tele.!
'\ : WHICH SALLIE IS KISSED "No, why?" I answered his ques- Palmetto Orange and grapefruit I A. A. Durden, S. W. graph. J

that father tion. "I shipments from district averaging --"", D. W. Moore, J. W. Mr. ofli.Mrs. C. L. Houser have ref ,
1 Dr. Gray assured me Nothing/ he responded.
i 25 cars daily. C. E. Harper, brn visitors to
Secretary.J. cently
bad rested well during my absence shouldn't have asked. It's none of my Jacksonville.BUt' [
o F. Johnson .
o and was a little surpristed at my business and it would have served Ocala-Construction of new fire- ,
early arrival. ma right if you had reminded me of proof hospital practically assured. (;"' tOR sheet beauty ofcJ' E. McRae. J. D. COLLECTION FREEIILL'S

"Why, It's just about the time that it." line, design-for T. J. Perry, Tyler. 'LORIDA
you usually start out for your dunces "Oh," I changed the subject, "I Crystal Springs-Hillaborough valley balance, for writing efficiency Herbert Home, of Louise, was a SEED
," he remarked, glancing at his wanted to tell you that the reason 1 drainage district, in process of there is no other pencilto business visitor here last Friday. COLLCTION (12 PKTS) $1.00

watch and making ready for his de- went tonight was by Doctor Gray' organization, to be increased by ad- equal the JJwW Evcrshnrp. Mrs. H. B. Peeples and daughters, MILL'S IOME GARDEN VEGETBLE :.

I I parture. "Your father will sleepS orders. I'd rather have gone with! dition of 20,000 acres. Misses Annie Ruth and Virginia, are COLLECTION
S he told "so to your him "ten million We have n wlJe assortment spending this week in Jacksonvillewith
soundly, me, go you, glancing up at Crescent City Approximately (15 PKTS) $1.00
and dream of sweethearts, time rather." of sifts and designs{? in gold- friends. r
i room roses. $140,000 to be spent for additional filled or silver. All are tluar- Dr. )Mlddleton, of Starke, has made 6 Mljib SPECIAL BULBS FREE!
moonlight and he '
"I'm glad you explained, con- paving work.ApopkaWekiwa. anteedmechanicallyperfecr.We
Christ several visits here this WIJI EACH COLLECTIONM
The night was entrancing.: tlnued, and his voice sounded happy. professional

., mss Eve and yet the air was balmy "I wa peeved like a school lad whenI Springs to be shall be glad to show week. L'S SEED STORE
warmth and delicacy of Mrs. J. R. Hodges returned to her
with the had thA thoroughly developed and placed on
saw given me merry; the
starlight, forth you you new ImprovementS home here, after visit with her CJIS. W. ZAUN MANAGKIi:
i April There was only ha-ha and gone on out with Billings.. market. Evenhnrp.. Buy one for a
moon was a slender, insignificant More silence Then faintly waftedby younclf buy them for gift daughter, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, of ,P.,'. Box 102, Jacksonville. I Hi.

rim of gold by violet gauze suspend- the midnight breeze came the Pensacola-Contract to be awarded -for bridge parties.MITCHELL'S Starke.Mr. I
for construction of 10-mila section Dobbs of Ft. Ala. has
, ed. sound of young boys singing Payne, : 3othvYHITE&C0aaaYlltx
0 held unhushablo of Pcnsacola-Flomaton road. accepted a position with the firm of I
The shadows
SI-I-lent Night"The
"Ho-oly Night,
Thp hl W rrTFiCTEDWNIJ : ,aY.
A. A. Durden & Co. here.
i i music. I must go out. I could at least harmony was lovely, a husky Avon Park-New drainage: district, 3 Mrs. J. M. s i. tall !Y ka y1rva
Maxwell has
: wander in the .garden. Winding a blend of youthful tones that reached including holdings of Pine Ranch: El/EllSf/ARP recently
Spanish shawl, that was wholly enveloping one's inner being. Cattle Company, being organized. ) :> cJ been visiting relatives and friends! in v P"'d
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
around my shoulders, I Mr. Wright took my hand and heldit -" RawFurs
was soon out in the breeze-swept closely. Lake Wales-Building activities : II. D. May, postmaster at

place with its narrow brick walks, "Christmas Carols," he said softly. valued at $500,000, under way at \'\ PrIces --
I \ '
I rose trellises and myriad flowers. Wo sat enraptured. present time.Tampa$135,000. \ \\ -
; I do not know how long I sat on 1 $l up
"Shall we stroll ? I whispered, apartment houseto
the marble bench bathing my senses
i with the passing into the night of the be constructed Davis Island.
In the still beauty of the starlight, on 1
j tinkers! lie signified his approval by Cushman Motors
r .f when, to my before astonishment! Curtiss I rising quickly, and arm In arm, with Bradentown Bradentown Bank Offst{
met made & Trust Company to build seven-
the wind in our we a
I "The door was and I felt that ,
bank and office
I tour of the walks and hedges. Thenwe story building. tFor
for .
you were not fur away, some
\ reason," he apologized for his sudden paused beside a rose tree in blos- Lakeland-New addition to Simmons DRUG STOREThe
I som. Tiptoeing, I pulled a deepening ;
hotel practically ready for oc I
I:. appearance. red bloom from one of the taU Rexalt Store
"Oh, I'm glad you came! gave cupancy.
him welcome and moved the deep branches. STARKE, FLA.
I f crimson fringe of my shawl so that "With that in your hair, you will Tampa Bryson Construction
S he could sit beside me. be the perfect Senorita," Mr. Wright Company to build large number of need of funds to( continue its great IntertyplSLinotYPG
'I "You ran away early," he suggested suggested. Then taking the rose from homes. State-wide, Non-Sectarian work,

I after a pause, "long before my fingers he fastened It with my Sarasota-Plans formulating for which has provided for over 1400 lit-
,, the others. burette and stood back, In open admi- tle Florida children in need alreadythis
erection of $3,000,000 hotel.
I His words. brought back the Windsor ration. year, In fact unless funds are and':
and Anne Coddington. I did not You are beautiful," he announced Dade City-Construction of new Pent! in promptly there will be scores

's ', I r reply and in a few moments he again slowly, as if some power were drawIng -' post office building completed.Key of little ones, who have never known LinograhsThe

,, i broke the silence. the word from him. a real Christmas, who will be sadly .

1 "Sallie, may I ask you something "Oh, do you, do you really thinkso West-300-ucre tract on grieved and disappointed on Christmas J

o' ?" ?" I was eager, starved for one Torch key to be developed and con- Morn. last word in : Cnpact unit. Quickly
j Ji 1 I nodded. word of his approval. verted into modern winter resort. The Home Society will gladly welcome power. |

"Do you like Billings?" "How could I help it?" he respond Port Orange-Contract awardedfor staple provisions, meat, chickens installed. Simple : operation.One .

, i -' ( 'Ted?" I questioned, and involuntarily ed. construction of new school build- canned goods, jelliespreserves,

I I shuddered and drew my Then, as if by common impulse, Ing. syrup, honey, fruits, vegetables C'r
f. ; shawl closer. Curtiss Wright wallr' I his arms closed about me. He pushed any other eatables. of those motors has just be added to the Bradford

'I t watching. I my hair gently back from my! fore- Lake Worth-Modern grade school Childrens garments, shoes hats, County Telegrnptequipment.

building being erected. caps, stockings, sweaters, ties, rub-
., -
,0 bers, underwear, bed clothing, will
*l ,! Ilaines City-Graham park to be all be keenly apprecin'ed. Write foe D'iU
J '. Improved and subdivided at cost of candies nuts
Toys, dolls, games, ,
,r $100,000. goodies of all kinds will find a royal

,1 ,! Why Not II pany Key to West spend-Thompson$75,000 Ice enlarging Com- welcome Society Avenue Receiving at The Jacksonville.Home Children's, 1001) Riverside Home- ,I CUSHMAN ELICTRIC CO.

I All checks or money orders should' I Concord.

i Plant City- Post; ;; office building be sent to R. V. Covington, Treasurer -

A Real Gift for the being remodeled and enlarged. 428 St. James Building, Jackson-
ville and all applications for childrento

r Bradentown-Contract awarded for Marcus C. (Daddy) Fagg, at the -
construction of Palma Solo Park same address.

Whole Family County clubhouse. Make your own Christmas happierby

i doing something for these little
Madison-l,6J.i bales of 1921 cot-
tots, who have no home, no friends, .-
This Year? ton crop ginned in Madison county
who are waiting for the good hearted -
r j prior to November 14.
folks of Florida to give them a

Tampa-Work to start on 27-foot lift on Christmas Day.

channel project in Tampa bay. HAMPTON

m Tarpon Springs-Contract awarded Hampton, Dec. 19-P. J. I Pearce Is
at $1,025,571.1)0 for paving 113
making a tour of South Florida this
miles of road in DeSoto county; workto
week. .
: be started within 30 days. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent last Mon- ;
W- with her Cleveland Sullivan \
., Jacksonville -- Approximately six day son,
miles of streets to be paved in Mur- Mrs. O. Haynes, Mrs. P. B. Hunt, 'i t

ray Hill subdivision at cost of $140- Mrs. P. J. Pearce and daughter, Annie .

000. Mae, motored to Gainesville last .

H Ir Tuesday.The .
i I
Clearwater Building permits issued Annual Methodist Conferencemet ..

1925'FORD from January 1, 1924, to November in Jacksonville\ December Oth +

j 25, totaled $1,000,000. and 10th. The report of the meeting *! ;-fret

showed that Rev. Windham, of Wal-
llIamlCornelius Vanderbilt Jr. YN
/ i do, had been reassigned as pastor of t _
establish in this
daily newspaper +
i the Methodist church in our town. .
city. Rev. Windham's work has been very ( :;

Tampa-New building projects tobe satisfactory here and all denomina- I +

undertaken, including Cass and tions are glad to have him return < > A Carpenter

I Now Ready For You Platt street bridges, fishing pier and and help hold up the banner for I

pavilion, at Ballast Point park. Christ. We wish him another success- :
L ful year.D. *>
Jacksonville-Modern store building W. Moore, of Theressa, was a -..

being erected on St. Johns avenue I business visitor here this week. -
__ Mrs. E. L. Johns, postmaster at The young Carpenter of Nn-eth was a worker who loved

i Sampson City, was a visitor here last I Joyousness", and beauty, even as i heart overflowed with sympathy ..
l\Ianatee--Propo extension and Sunday.Rev. : for the weary toilers w\ passed before his workshop .

l Improvement of. waterworks system Crescent, of Clearwater, will j door. '' 'tit ( .
to cost $90,000.Bradentown
preach at the Christian church next <*t
He may have been a man nnany sorrows, but It I I" equally .
Sunday morning and evening.
+ Actual constructionof body is invited. Every- :; true that lie was also! a mn.f many joys. They welcomed .
n one-mile of reinforced concrete .0) Him at feasts
wedding ; childrcvent to him Instinctively the
bridge over Manatee river to start H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was ; .
at once. looking after his real estate here last .t.t common people heard Ilia gi"ord-t: that lightened their burdens .
Tuesday. : and the wise men listen ? Him| attentively because he !

St. Petersburg-Local building Miss Bessie Maxwell" who has been I.tI had a secret beside. which the-
I averaging approximately $1,000,000 for several days with her sister, Miss : wind. .
I What better time of the than Christmas thrill J> .
year to )month. Julia Maxwell, of Jacksonville, returned -
I member ------- to her home here last The centuries have rolled and his command survives !
every of the family with an automobile? You Sunday.Rev. :;
A .CHRISTMAS APPEAL FOR Hicks of r to love one another. And it Wi ?ie who taught us that the. I
\ Waldo, filled his
cannot hope to drive better than the Ford. The
a car n.OHID.KWIHJoS I.V NEEDIf > greatest It he who serves mss I

new 1925 is the acme of mechanical perfection, featuringmany you are only interested In little SEABOARD TIME TABLE I Ohe>ing these commands, Us all open our hearts-to the .

added improvements. Give the car now. Thereare children in need in far away lands- ( beauty in the world and the Idleness and essential goodness 1 '
many beautiful motoring days throughout the winter this appeal for the little orphan- (In effect November( 16, 11>24.) tt of the men and women In lt.'f t
Southbound .
I 1'' and in early spring. We will drive it, spic, and homeless and needy children of Flor- -. .| :May all learn 4
No.1 we
span da almost will reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. that tliwho give mo'.t and that those .
own step
upon your
I shining new---all holly bedecked--.to your door on not find a place in your heart-but No. 3, 11:02: ., m. who offer themselves romplet in service to their fellows find ...

Christmas morn. It you are interested in little children No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. S.' their hearts flooded with pea vhich passeth understanding. ;t

in distress and need everywhere No. 7, Limited, 2:10 p. m. > On His birthday let each} .
Of us dedicate our lives to car-
PRICESRoadder. Northbound- :;
-thi'n you will welcome a chance to :
vying forward His
message ,lace! on earth, good will to all .
help these scores of little' Florida No. 2 reaches Starke 4:13 a. m. .
F men. \< ; \ t. 1
$338.59 Coupe, $608.99 I Kiddies-under the care of The Chil- No. 4, 4:29 p. m. :*> .

'1'/ Touring, $369.59 4-Dcor Sedan 754.59All I dren's Home Society of Florida No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. J> men. K- E. T. S. <*y

which has its headquarters at 423 No. 104 Limited, 5r: ;>7 p. m. .Jft Dater 23 .
Price Delivered St. James Building, Jacksonville. Wannee Branch .

,, r There can be no Christmas happiness No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m. ,t;,
or good cheer for these scores of No. 102 arrives Starke 8:15:
p. m. ftt
W. ANDREWS, Jr. little homeless unfortunates, unless (Daily except Sunday) : '

each of the readers of this article, T. J. GRIFFIN, B an4f Starke i
Lincoln* Ford, Fordson and others all through Florida, are y Agent ,t )

willing and will /give a bit of ;your 1

STARKE. FLORIDA money, your food, your clothing, or '
I To Cure Cold .
a One Day >>
best of all a good home Tor some of f Service .'
these little helpless children. Mof th. Conah and Hr.dwha lad .ork.cn th. r_ !
The Home Society is In desperate C kI. E. W. bKO E'! wgiwturaooractlbox. 30c. a. as.t. +...t+*"" 'i...!-.i+t.a+.t+.............a.
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superintendent of public instruction, I HOW'S THIS? Suggestions have been made an effort

and Prof. R. M. Sealey state high IIAI.I..H C4TAMIUI NIKItirtVR Wilt be directed toward the securueof : .

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs school inspector, which was read before do whAt wo clnlm for It-rid your system federal aid in building the road I It '.,
the meeting at Memphis. Tenn., On'srrh.nf Cnurrh or L'-afnca caused by also bus been suggested! that an item I,
---- ---- v ----1 last week of the Southern Associa- IIAI.I.'S CATAIIHII MKIMCINH conftlHtA for this purpose be incorporated 111:
tion of Supervisors of Secondary .:d. of nn Olmnn-nt whlrh. Quickly the
state-wide bond I issue for rand
I ll"II"v"s the cMarrhnl Inflammation and
; : Live ;tate News ucation. This development, it is the InternnI Medlrie, a Tonic which if an issue of this character is submitted --
(pointed out, has been coincident with Surface acts through. thus the restoring niooil on normal the Murotie condi. to the people. -
....m. .p i the period 'during which the General: t/SSold ..;.
Toil by Our Exchange Education Board has promoted sec- 11.by druggists for over 40 PFsre. Tampa-Forest Park, adjacent in. m,
V. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio ...
ondary education in this taje. I Plant City, is in a fair way to have
, its authority to arrest uutomobilists, t
, West Palm Beach-A campaign $1.2:>0,000, it is stated following a who travel over the Tampa-Plttm -- -
r f 5 aIm Beach- Tax flections intention of erecting a million dollar for the issuance of $1,800,000 in meeting of the county school board. City highway curtailed. Judge L. L. the tielil; meet announced! todnji, Fifteen -

i 1 each during: the oonth of combination theater, store buildingand bonds for this special road and bridge !. This Is due It is stated to unprcce-I Parks, of circuit court has ruled' iitus, l anil towns ,..f| Klondii. and
amounted to J60JOO, ac- office building here. In lieu of the dented I in of the ieoima!:' will ininpcte .it the Held day
No er district, believed to be one of the | growth every part that a half mile strip on tho eatt
Collector J Bore- office space, it is indicated, he may I I meet I to \lie 'held. in .llId'I1\'ll1c and
cot p Tax ? greatest highway building projectsin county. W. It. Ittner, of St. Louis, a side of Forest Park which embraces'I I
ma provide for apartments or an apart- South Florida, has been launched.A specialist on school building, has all residences, public buildings and!' reduced rules on all railioiuls will be "

,,_' local mortgage concern ment hotel. resolution has been passed askingthe I' been engaged by the board It make I improved property, is legally and I in street
p lease om build- Clearwater An appropriation of board of county commissioners to la survey of conditions an J epurl constitutionally a part of Plant City'I
n ke.iTa 09-year and WayetteI $2,500 has been voted by the boardof order a special election. It apparently 1 his findings. It In said that most of Forest Park's A firm lining inside the pockets of
In ai!llFranklin chsldera- county commissioners of Pinellaa is the concensus of opinion that officials live in this 1I
I ere involving a this action i is necessary to successfully j, Tallahassee]Herman Gunter state ruling practically abolishes that keep" thorn tl'nl1.trl.tchlna.r anti tear
rl04 l ree million\ dollarafor the county to defray expenses of an ex- I geologist, has just received from placoas ing.,
hibit at the Madison Square Garden facilitate transportation and reclamation a result it in declared. The mat-I
ed 'John W. Davis, of Lucanto --
Florida Exposition, proposed again in this district. tvr will be carried to the state supreme ..
Ut I county, an almost perfectly preserve I To Stop n Cough Quid
cold storage to court however, it in indicated.\
C p ey-A for next February. The voting of the
flSWl the meats of onii.ls\ kill- amount the condition that I Tallahassee-State Treasurer J. C.Luning ed s"bi>r-tooth tiger tusk, (Fines and bonds aggregating $t 1.0011 'take. IIA YES' HE AUNT! HONEY: a
Ilall was
upon believed to bo at least ::! !
,000 years cough medicine which ale by
New York
in this week
to ben was have been
is expects exacted from alleged
itKhW section the contribute automobile Irritated
d rest of the county a
old, since these tigers became extinct) I healing the Inllnmed l and tissues.A .
T. J.1)a1eliO I where he is to the midwinter
operi&t.'on' here very soo like sum. preside over speeders since the town wan
Jin the Pleistocene age. The tusk is I box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE
will have charg >f the meeting of the national con- established in April of this year, it ii
[:scimitar in and inches SALVE for Chest Culls Vend Colds and
today. Miami The city commissionershave I vention of Insurance CommlsHoiners. I Ii shape eight j claimed.
In length. It is one and a quarter inches __ ___ Croup: Is enclosed. with every bottle of
and Mr. elected of
approved a paving, sewer i Luning was president HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
N. rown, broad nt the middle and aboutan KI 1 ELlT'nA. V"
J. I
sidewalk program for the south and this organization at the Seattle MlJim should'" lie rubbed! on tho chest end throat
of rincllas aunty, southwest sections of Miami that will meeting last July. While in New inch thick at that point. Enamelon of children, sulTeriiirt from n Cold. or Croup.
,0untlUditor, recorder of d kls and involve expenditures aggregatingone I York, Mr. Luning will address the the tusk extends buck about four A unique type of medal in to lu The Ili-xllnrt\ effect of Haw llrntlnallnmyIn-
ieHnquent tax collector, hi been million dollars. The city manager Association of Life Insurance Presidents inches and is in a !good state of presented to the winners of event ftilio 1 I theihrimt mintilni l.ntvr'n I'm Trnlii Solve tlmiuilll the ufht
Ilame president of the local lumber has been authorized:: to obtain estimates -I I on the subject of "Life Insur- preservation. in the second annual police und fireheld I i ..In rem ntuiii.II itiuitli pores
1 1D meet to be staged at the fairgrounds I Ihiih rrintMlifA are |1.1 l In one carton And the
f rce. on the work, which is expected ance anti Essential Feature of the f rout of the ,.lIlIhl1..II..all".lIt .lit SSc.
c1 Orlando IMans made
-- are being A
Rockefe Sr. to begin at an early date. The pro- Stability of the State's Citizenship" on January 1st, Jacksonville, Just Ask your druggist for HA YES'
yt6na--John D. for/ a gala event on the occasion of Fred 11.'aIE. general chairman of
gram adopted calls for $788,000 to he said before leaving Tallahasseelast I IIKALINc: : I HONEY.
L du$t* arrive at his winter >me- opening the new Chenuy-Oixio) highway -
be spent on paving; $80,000 on storm week-end.
the I from here the
the Casements-on extending to
sewers, and $80,000 on sidewalks.
Halljaxfriver December 18. J ocean, which will take place on Wednesday -
!Miami Knuto Rocknc, famous
already have rived I December being The South's Greatest
his rvnts HI. Plans are
Tallahassee-The board ol com Notre Dame football couch, will
and rlf'iaaking ready for the ming nmdo for a barbecue to take care
missioners of the Everglades drainage spend a part of the winter in Holly-
'of thatyeteran oil financier. \ I : district advertised for scaled. \vood-by-the-Bfa near Miami Rockno of 4,000 persons at a celebration at Athletic Tournament '

I, Euat' -The local Rotaryl Club bids which will be opened here January has many friends among the Indian- Indian River City in Broward county.

! which holds a handsome trop' for I Ii stwlce \14 for excavation of approxi- apolis residents of Hollywood and Completion of the section that will
bo the distance
to International mately 660,000 cubic yards of earth expects to come here for a few weeks opened cuts between
i cent strong, has and 1,117,000 cubic yards of rock in I his team returns from Its game on I! Orlando and Titusvillo to 38 miles,
per fenItioM'l00 and makes the
*d Itself to attend the Distri the improvement of north New River the Pacific Coast on New Year's Day an easy route between .

tary Confernce at West Palm( canal. The excavation work is to be- against: the Leland Stanford University east and wept\ coasts. L1T'ffTIre. G I

,m March with Its full membenp. gin at or near the north boundary of eleven. I I Miami Specialists representing "

Bal Broward county and will extend I I 1 I both the federal and the state governments -
West Palm Beach-The ) of southeasterly through the canal to Fort 1\1)'ers--The highway travers- have arrived here to begin

Lake Worth has bought the en* issue l its junction with New river, a distance ing Carlstrom Aviation Field, be- experiments in a war on nailheadrust
of school bonds for the flrl in tomatoes. The work will be .. 1
'rich, of Palm Beach county, amnt- I i kept open for the use of tho public
divided into soil of IC
analysis, study
to $50,000, for $50,070. Tl is Tallahassee--The state treasuryhad 1 Secretary A. Cavalli, of the Fort '
ng fertilizers texts of formu- '
said to be the highest premiu ver a balance of $2,418!,573.9J: on Myers Chamber of Commerce, has las. :Several::; and two-iioro plots spray of ground SECOND ANNUAL f
paidfor; school bonds in South or- hand at tho close of business Novem- been informed -Major-General W.

,Ids.; ber 30, it was shown by the monthly H. Hart, U. S. A. Tho field has been in will different be used parts for the of experiment Dude county I Hybrid ( 1 I r FIRE AKD: POLICE FIELD DAY L

Allok statement of disbursements, receiptsand leased for two years by tho govern- ..
Crestview-Mrs. Thomas V ?rs balances for last month. With the | ment to R. A. Holdson, and a rumor varieties of tomatoes supposed January: 1st 1925 8
to be diHOURe-roKistant also will be ,
and:Miss Vesta Powell, of Dkis, I larger part of taxes paid for tho year has spread that the highway through
Okaloosa county, claim the cl p- I 'the receipts continued to fall shortof the field would be cut otf on December grown in an effort to find tomatoes i
I immune from the rust. STATE FAIR RACE TRACK
lonship for the best squirrel hu s, '' disbursements the figures for 0. Major Hart made it plain that !

went],In to the woods, leaving at a. these two items for all funds being the government lease called for the Tallahassee Presbyterians of ;I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 8al g

m. and returning at 3 p. m., d respectively, $1,153,830.14 .and $1- road to remain open at all times. Tallahassee who are raising $73,000 ,

cam aback with nine fox so ,I. 085,43.1.68. I :: to go toward the expense of erectinga al!
be II i St. Petersburg 'The authorities of 34 BIG EVENTS o
The )t>oth are said to expert II I I $150,000 church began their drive
wlthfrlfles. Tallahassee Unprecedented development Pinellas county find themselves faced
this week. A total of $20,800 10:00 Indian 8.00
was Btfiaemg at m.
i reported : A m. p. gI
I in the field of secondary ,, with the problem of i providing for an
$t 'Petersburg-A, New k''I II education in Florida is shown in a'' immediate expansion of school facili- tohave been raised by the :
'I campaign committees, during the Boxing 120-220-44U yard Dashes, Discus, o
''' ,
has announced a'
I thea cal man
paper prepared by W. S. Cawthon, tics that, will cost approxinmtlyFOR I
_. first half day of the drive. I'resby- : Pole Vaults, Hurdling, Wall Scaling,
tcrlanx hero are anxious that this
-- --
--Te."R-- = JavelingBingville Police and
church be- erected so that Presbyterian 1 l
I lIII students attending the Florida : Fire xtruvaKHn/u. !

I State College may have adequate religious :
accommodations The Presbyterians (uckbotivilliPolici- will, Ho\ 1..1Idn11'IOn, | I

also| t + of West: I'alni K'MLh ;
56FTION ore raining money t '- ;
t through the state for Palmer College, -::. Rl.i>(Jtol: 1) tAKES ON All I INKS '

the denominational school at Dofuni- iio.vr. Hiss 1'1'I: 'i ,
uk Springs.lirmlfntown. '" ,
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A Il y 1'"
M. O. Ilarrmon .
"' '''''''
member of the Florida legislature, I.., '; IIf i'!.. .! = j

and Judgu W. T. Harrison, his brother d :' ; v. "
; ; -
have ,purchased the historic Gamble .
mansion hero and the grounds,
:surrounding it. The mansion once :.

( was a refuge for Judah P. llenjamin,
\ t- : } secretary of state of the Confederacy -
i1 on his escape from the United
prM States after the close of the war between BIGSALE

the states. The immediate occasion -

TilE CIIILDHE for the purchase was to sine' '

DOLLS AND TOYS 0 R. d the old! homcstea'i from sale to. a_.development .
a erALL company. It was said. It is
expected that the mansion will bo restored -I

KINDS and preserved us a !shrine

h". That the last days are here.If Miami-All rcproscntativun and Men's and Boys' SHOES

you are undecided what to give for Christmas: tenutors-rlect from the several coun-
let us help you. ties in the RvcrgludiM are to be called
into conference here sometime before
long to discuss plans for u program
+ FOR MEN designed to speed up drainage

Socks 10, 15;; and 25c.; work in the Everglade district A .

Everwear Sox 35; ;30; and 7oc.;; preliminary meeting hall been culled 10 Only
Ties 50c and $1.00. for December! 15 to make arrangements I Days

Shirts $1.00, $1.50;) and up. for the full gathering at a later -
date. It JM proposed to frame a
Handkerchiefs in Xmas boxes.
bill prior to the next legislative i ,> ::fr /

.ion HO this can be put through mil Dec. 30d.ltyanrl'
Dec. 20 to
FOR LADIES needed relief furnished developer of

/''/:.'' Handkerchiefs lOc and up. the farming sections now subject to

Everwear Silk Hose, in all colors, 79c to $2.75.: overflow. i

Handbags from $1.00 up. Tallahassee-Persons who put oT
, I
filing descriptions of their places of I

FOK THE CHILDREN business and neglect to pay license, i I For ten days, beginning Saturday, Dec. 20th, you can buy
required under laws governing '/r-i
' Dolls and Toys of all kinds.
, ation of hotels, rooming houses, I'|: a Solid Leather Shoe with our Money Back Guarantee of
Also Wearring Apparel apartment houses and restaurant j
, in Florida I I i Saving. Lack of does not permitan
SHOES SHOES! SHOES! are subject to prosecution Quality, at a Big space
, with a maximum penalty of f.;>0 fine i of Men's
a Nothing like a new pair of shoes for the holidays. or thirty days in jail, or both, according itemized list. but my entire stock of 500 pairs

We carry only the best and the prices are the lowest. to an opinion given Jerry Carter, I and Boys' Shoes must at this sale.
Men's Shoes from $1.98 up. .state hotel cominmnioner, by Attor go

. Ladies Shoes from $1.98 ney-General Buford. Tho commis-
Come in
S \ Also a dandy line of children's shoes at remarkably sioner has 10 notified all of his field My new Spring and Summer Line arriving daily.

:! low price considering the quality. formation men and instructed with the them local to authority file in, and Look them over. It will pay you to visit this Sale.

YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AT $22.50 and cause the arrect of such <

rl That can't be beat quents. I""n-I stern

c LADIES' COATS as cheap as $8.98 and LADIES' Key West-For the purpose of coordinating ''\la1rncnll '!

! DRESSES from $10.00 up. ideas as to the bent way Remember the Dates .\\M-uifid*

! We also take this means of thanking you for your the project may be furthered, a

II kind patronage during the past year and hope to'be movement has been started here fur

. worthy of a continuance of the .ime.' the formation of "A Road-to-the-
;,t Mainland Association." There are Dec. 20 to Dec. 30

? It n The Store everybody knows Some who believe it will cant around

1 .'.5H $14,000,000 to complete the highway _

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AJl cblldrao troubled with Worm hays in no-
: H ST 8MBE.HG ......,color which tadkaue poor bknd. cod .*srots.
n th.re U more or teM stomach dlauirtwoo. SHOPF.
. far two thra weeks wUI enrich ibe Maud. Imprare -
RKE FLA. I I the dMMtfca.end Art se a Cmml StmutbaJnf -
. f Toni..the whole r...... ,...... will lb.. STARKE, FLAB
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,. PAftK POUR 19. 1921.
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I' "" at cost in order to insure the boats I of their Own volame. ama canal to the people of this ra- SkeletonS bf a lowly sea( animal
not coming back and taking it. "What's back of all this misinformation tion-Just one way and that Is for green. dy'

:f e>c.a..i "But the railroads say they are, ? Just, this: The railroads, of the house of representatives this A com fete set of
confining their efforts entirely to the the United State can brook no com winter to Senate Bill 2327, the measures Is kept in weights n
& i.ei west bound tonnage. They they petition. They are being given a lit- sealed cases
QlOsca4h say and short haul bill.! the of
j + are not interested in the eastbound tle competition by the intercoastal Goodin, long : ,in Wasbir.
: tonnage. boat lines that are using the Panama This bill has already passed the sen- ton. I

"Of the total Panama canal ton- canal,and competition to the Amcri- ate by a vote of B1 to 23." BureF woman to ",', h a sent,
-- -------- canrailroads is that is not
something the
-- ont
nage lust year, 3,095,000 tons were Legislature
UJ! llltd J 011 westbound.\ If the Pacific coast terminal to be endured. The so-called "air plants" sold In Robertson, ,jq :Sir,

.:...----- -------- railroads got all the westbound "The jailronds want to stamp out many curio shops are merely the I woman Jf Brattleboro pr""lIIJ"lIt ,I..
MRS. SAUEttS: ENTERTAINS: posed of Mesdames H. II. Young, H. tonnage that went through the canal i I the Panama canal competition effectually I
: MISSIONARY SOCIETY A. Tucker and J. M. Mitchell. Miss last year they would increase their I and completely. They want I r
Mable Weller has charge( of the dec gross i.iiiens less than 1 1-2 per I Ito drive the boats out of the canal -
a : Mrs. Ada Sat(erB WUH hostess Monday orations, and J. M. Truby has charge cent. And they want to do that addi- 1 just as they have driven the boats off GET YOUR MONEY 'PROMPTLY
afternoon at the meeting of the of Santa Clnus'] supplies. tional business at cost. I lof the Mississippi river. They want a

\ missionary society of the Baptist ---- "The railroads today have an application II I{monopoly on the transportation busi- INMAN & RICH
)' s' .. church. 1)ISCRIMINATORYFREICIIT: before the interstate com- [ness of the nation. The little freight
Fw4, Mrs. A. M. Darby conducted the RATES merce commission, asking for per- I I that goes through the Panama canal REPRESENT THE BEST BEADING
devotional exercise, which was followed mission to put in discriminatory I amounts to nothing to these rail ; INSURANCE CO IPANI3, FIRE,
by a business session. During Spokane. Wash., Dec. 10.-"If you I rates against the intermountain I roads. If they got it all they would ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
I the year 1921 thu society has raised had an opportunity to increase your country on 47 commodities in order :I never be able to find it In their revenue BONDS, LIABILI'Y
w for missions and benevolent purposes ,I business one half of one per cent of ti grab off some of the traffic that is :I figures, it would be so small. ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
the of Envelopes were your gross volume and to accomplish "Is it
; sum G82.U1. I going westbound through/ the canal. any wonder that congress
distributed for the Lottie Moon I' this you did this increased businessat These commodities rep"'o2c>"t only 70 last year had to appropriate moneyto -
Christmas offering, which will ba used cost, how much would it increase" per cent of the westbound tonnage of i make up a deficit for the canal?
j ; i for work in China. the net profits of jour business? the canal, and railroad officials on ,; There isn't enough business going =
t,' I Mrs. G. C. White was elected superintendent This question is asked in a state- the witness stand before the como through it to pay the expenses of
,.'- l of the Girls Auxiliary, ment issued here by the IntermediateRate merce commission testified they ,' operating, and yet the railroads wantto J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

I which is a very important work Association, representing seven wanted to get only about 50 per cent j grab that little bit.
million residents of Western statesIn
I among the young: people. of the tonnage involved in the 47 "The western railroads have beenso
.. is. Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh, Mrs. F. A. resisting efforts of western trans- commodities. Seventy per cent of tho fostered by the federal govern- INSURANCE
railroads discriminatory
1 r / Scott and Mrs. J. J. Mullen, who were continental to impose westbound tonnage is 2,107,500 tons ment that they have become pampered -
r; j E delegates to the Baptist Convention freight rates upon the and 50 per cent of that is 1,083,750 pets. The Union Pacific and the
, of the United States
whole part ex-
in Lakeland, gave interesting reports tons, or the part the railroads say Northern Pacific were given immense ,
f ;F I of the convention. iI j cept for a small strip of territory they really want to take away from land grants by the government-.land AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
j along the Pacific coast. .
At the close of the afternoon Mrs. the boats. I
t : | In other words, these west- grants! that have proven to be worth
1 \ Sauernvserved hot chocolate and ba The rate association's statement ern terminal railroads are trying to. millions of dollars. The railroads. STARKE ALA.c
t I cake. brands this railroad effort to make .
: nana discriminate against the western have been favored at every turn of
I discriminatory freifrht rates aaralnst
" { 8. 8. CLASS DIEF.1'151: I the intermountain states a bold at- ter mountain country to "get businethat in-I the rondo
amounts to 5-10] of '
one per "There is
to the
tempt to "stamp out canal competition i one way save Pan-
Mrs. W. J. Epperson's Sunday _.
I I. effectually and completely and -- ...- --
school class met iTiiluy afternoon 1 -
make the of the interior _
people ---
) with little Miss Lena Hello Shepard the bill." pay __-._- __ -:- .:-_ ___ -_ :- = U ':.' :-:=_-=- .-:-.::..' .:._:: _-_ :-,=-=-=_ :=:..:= '==--":'-::'_ --' -==.=
I as hostess, and held an interesting j I'
"The proposition to increase one'sj I
meeting with all class members presI .
j business one half of one per cent and
I ent.After handle the Increased business at
studying the Bible lesson the ThatShowThouahtMlnefin
cost is sensible than the
more one
class drew names for the coming I
the western railroads are now putting -
I Christmas tree. The hostess, assisted
'. by her sister, Mrs. C. A. Knight, served up to the people of the United
I States in their claim that they must!
: hot chocolate and wafers. ,
I' be permitted to take some of tho r Choosing
I CHRISTMAS EVE WITH THE tragic that is now going through the II
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4r, ]'UE 'IYTBlUAN Panama canal and haul it at 'out of -" -" I

SUNDAY SCHOOL pocket' cost or they cannot continueto
do business at a profit," the state- i
\ Christmas eve at 7:30 the Presbyterian ment continues. Furniture Gift Mirrors the True Spirit
as a Christnas
I., Sunday school will give the "Excluding: non-competitive tankeroil I
/ following entertainment suitable to tonnage, there were 5,531,002 tons
{ the season: of freight, eastbound! and westbound, I
j' ... : Processional, by the school. carried through the Panama canal in
j. Welcome Drill, by seven children. 1023.: During the same year, the nine Furnish the Living Room !
Recitation by Katie Mary Williams American railroads reaching the pacific -
: and Margaret 'Williams. coast hauled 225,700,000 tons of
Reading, Uncle Skinflint's Christmas freight; which was an increase of I
I Gift, by Miss Lucile Mitchell. 38,000,000 tons over the business of There it a great art in )

'! : The Star-Alice Fernandez; 11)22. The increase in tonnage for the I I'' furnishing a living room so .' a+.k i ito
]lowed by Bethlehem's Cradle
Song-- year alone was practically seven ,
Evelyn Stump, Margaret Williams, times the total tonnage of freight I I it looks comfortable, coiy y ,
( Florence Haanett, Thelma Seals. that moved through the Panama canal II and restful, and not as "'
Group of songs by the choir. last year. i I I' though a lot of furniture
Recitation, Her Christmas Gift- "Now, if by some process of gov- ', I l I 6 ,, e i I had just been moved in. Let Victrolas and
Florence Hassett. ernmental sanction which "1 '
I ,, help in
r us you this pleasure- ;
verse-Marlon Williams. Records
western railroads are seeking, every ,L-4. :
Joint recitation by Evelyn Stump pound of tonnage that went throughthe : jp able problem with a cane I

and Tommie Williams. Panama canal last year, both 'Y eti and mahogany lining room ', THE CROWDS
I ,, ,
Song by the school. I eastbound and westbound, were hand- 4- s suite. As low as
I Instrumental solo-Miss Isabel ed over to these roads alone, and all I II >..Lb r. w .a wr Ji-GET FIRST CHOICE I

; Fernandez.Pilgrim other roads were ordered to keep I 'I :
$75.00 t
1 9t and Guide-N. B. Hull and their hands off, these western roads, I! SHOP EARLY

.1\\ I t 0 T. S. Williams. reaching the Pacific coast would increase I
I.4 Sermon tte-ReY. H. A, Tucker. i their gross tonnage just! 2 1-2 wiillt "allllllllllfllliaa 'illlww WIW w u
I Santa Claus.Bendiction. per cent. -- ----- -- ------ :
Bear in mind that the railroads I

vi:.f.I The program committee is com want to haul this increased tonnage I A Handsome 9 Piece French Walnut Dining ,=\ CEDAR CHEST I

'y'... 'IIH \ FLOOR LAMP I.
.' Room Suite
. 1 / -a" -
conn nn Only $38 Cash )
$5.00: a Week Qc+ 1:1: TABLE LAMP

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10 Percent Discount for Cash F H I

. rIr H -I' q ttt I 1 L, ,. A SPINET DESK
i Finished in a ]light French Walnuts I
': the suite consists of a 68-inch buffet, '"'t' gt, i l CABINET

(, c'A II I 'a large, roomy china cabinet five A TEA WAGON :

I :'. I tapestry seat side chairs and one arm A PIANO I II I
;. 1 I chair. See this suite in our window.

.1 ii; i .We can't begin to tell you how pretty A CONSOLE SET ...


t ., .,. ,. ? 3-Piece Bedroom Suite in Ivory $98.00' ---; A SET OF DISHES I


', r O Only $12 cash, $3 a week. '
M ; i/// 10 GIFTS FOR HIM I
percent discount for. I I

tt ; k Think of it! A large vanity A READING LAMP
oi /
I-- dresser, a roomy chiffonier A ROYAL EASY
:L"-I l, it 'c and a beautiful decorated
d yy :4 CHAIR
;lr N
i There is a keen sense of satisfaction for both ;,.--i, II tr r 7i r r w f; it bed for $J8. This is a special A CHIFFOROBE

.' donor and recipient of Christmas remembrances r Xmas. number and only a

:" i bearing the stamp of a recognized dealer. ''I '' ..t few are left. Let us set A COSTUMER

A Christmas gift from :Marguerite's: Shpppe yours aside. A SMOKING: STANDA 11.

', .. carries with it the stamp of quality. Make your
gift selections now. Give a personal present which MIRROR
will be guarded and cherished for years to come. As i A BOOK CASEA I/
suggestion- it r .


Hat Boxes: Gold Tipped Bill Folders i : VICTROLA
f? And
Silk and Lace Scarfs Fountain Pens '
LaTusca j Let us put selec r' RECORDS "
Pearls Silver Pencils I ;jour 1

'I Silk Underarm Hose" Bags Watch Watch Chains Fobs, 'I' I I tions aside now. We will b A t ,R ; ', A HAND BAG

,;; Linen Handkerchiefs Cuff Links i I deliver it before Christ- "= 'a w A TRUNK
Boudoir Lamps Gold; Knives I I { ."
than 10
not -
'j mas more
China I
and Glass Ware'C Linen Handkerchiefs
r i!loves II '
Kings i I miles IH\a)".
; Silk Umberellas Scarf Pins i I Any selection delivered

I to :your door in perfect .

,if.i Marguerite's Shoppe II 1 '- condition. Ask your ;

l friends who have trad. I

); I. ) Winter hats formrely priced up to $18.00 III ed with
now $4.95 15 DISCOUNT ON ORIENTAL RS(; :

Wool Dresses and Coats at a great reduction GAINESVILLE


.: II W Wt The Largest Furniture-_ Store in Central Floridt Ij I



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> IF YOU HAVEM.Iok.Ptl.BkhHwd.eheCed.SvIf ( The striped beetle and flea beetleare I Wire nails were first made in the 'I The Chinese are believed to be the

I I .. \1 r serious pests of mU kmelons. United States in 1852. first people to use steel noville
Bow)..Dumb A.u.. Sou.Stomach
,I ..ad.. BilcHinu. your.._food do.. aotImil.t 1-- \
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Concerning Our People, Business and \ next year-There will be no next for HULL'S STORE \f
- Progrea of the County and Town. I some of us. Hoover Bros.'! Studio.

- ";' Mrs. C. II. Register and daughter
Julia of Lake Butler, and Miss'
rhermos bottles at Mitchell's with Mr. and Mrs. O. f. Griffin. Francis Elery, of Jacksonville, spent! i I
Sunday and Monday with Mrs. L. II.

_./. G. Hemingway was- a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Smith, Mr. and Eastman Mrs. Regitvr' 'Mvr.It. Saturday pecial \
Jacksonville Sunday Mrs. Jim Kickliter Jr., motored to
Jacksonville Sunday and spent tho S. Htirdan in front of S.It. .
Pecans wanted, all grades, alckliter's. day. Johns.!' Xmas candies, fruits! ,
clears, cigarettes, lunches and'
Useful gifts for older members ol soft drinks. 12-12-3t I II
Irs. T. J. Griffin returned from Atnta the family on display at Darby's I For Christmas
- Sunday night. Store. Messrs. W: Y. and P. D. !Sandlin: \ Saturday Only
r ___ M. W of Jasper were visitors to Stnrka I II \
Splendid line of groceries for holly Jack Howe, of Lawtey, was attending Monday. These gentlemen have so-
use at Hull's Store. .. to business matters in Stark-I cured the services of G. B. Newsom i .

Thursday. at superintendent of their large farm ,( 24-pound Sack High Grade Self-Rising Flour $1.10. J ;
Irs. O. L. Boasley spent Tuesday near Jasper' Mr. Newsom and family i.' .

[Jacksonville\ shopping. was Dr.here Jelks Tuesday, of Riverside on professional Hospital,, day.leaving! for their new. home Wednes-i j, This price is under wholesale cost today. Not more

Full line of Christmas novel- business. I
than 2 sacks each
t ifes at Mitchell's.A. | to customer at this price.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Minnctto, of

Davis, Jr., spent Monday in I pair Children's and up at shoes Stump's.$1.00 per Mr.Sprlnfleldlass.and Mrs.! K. S.., were Clark guests Tuesday.of I]j, 4-pound Handled Ax, worth $2.00.. One to a customer ::
Jacksonville attending to business. '
Mr. Minnette is general foreman of i|
Special at Hull's Store 'Saturday the New York Central railway shopsof Saturday only
ake Darby's store your CMzb tmas Regular $2.00 one for 100. Springfield.Mrs. .

rs headquarters.of thu family.Gifts for all mem- Cranberries and fruit cake materials !- A. P. Hofl'manfr.! and Mrs. Big value 75c Broom, 4 string, for Saturday, 50c. .

at Kickliter'sJ. I B. W. Hodges( and daughter, Evelyn, i! I..
- elect your gifts from J. M. AItr of Jacksonville, left, Saturday for Cups and Saucers 10 and 15c I for Saturday plates
... rez'a store for men and boys. F. Col If y and little bliss Katie Tampa where they spent several days I ,
Colley returned Monday morning visiting relatives. Mr. and Sirs.Iiodgbs .
F. L. Turner has spent the past from a visit with relatives at Bron- will spend the Christmas! same. price. I .
Wank here with his wife. Ion. holidays in Starke with Mr. and Mrs |
IIotTmnn. One lot medium and heavy undewear, 2 piece and union I
E. M. Johns made a business trip Don'l decide on your Chirst-
ItolSaraaota this week. mas Gifts until :you ha>'looked. I It. S. Hardan, in front of S. suits, mostly large sizes. A few for children. Everythingat
in Mitchell's window. Johns Xmas candies, fruits,
Miss Lucile Deal left Wednesday In.{ cigarettes, lunches! and HALF PRICE.
for her home in Canton, Ohio. Christmas time Is picture time- soft drinks. I2-12-3t
While the folks are home and all are
Dr' and Airs. J. II. Carradine, of well and happy-that is the time to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. F. Demorest
Lawtey, wore in town Wednesday. go to Hoover Bros. Studio. left yesterday for Jacksonville and I Our Grocery stock is in fine shape. Specials for

Americus Ga., where they will spend
|J. M. Abernathy, of Baltimore, wasere Hamilton Ritch came up from Tl- the holidays with friends and relnI I Holiday trade. I
i the first of the week visiting re- tusville Saturday and will be at home tives.' '
[Utives. until after the holidays. _.. i'
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowlinjr and All kinds of Feed and Fertilizers. .J
Irs-. E. M. Johns and little daugh- Judge R. A. Green and Dr. W. B. little daughter, Nettie, will leave tomorrow I
er, Gloria, spent Wednesday in Jack- Parks attended the memorial of the for Tallahassee where they Brick and Lime. Wood to suit stove or fireplace "*
[ onville.ook. af- any ,
Elks Lodge at Gainesville Sunday will spend the holidays with Mrs.
tcjnoon.Mr. Dowling' parents, Mr. and Sirs W. delivered
over the line of medium and __ S. Stromnn. promptly.
[heavy underwear at Hull's Store and Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake
lies cut less than one-half. Butler, Mrs. F. B. Johns, Mrs Emma The bazaar given by the Ladies
Green and, Col. Floyd Green motoredover Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church
Irs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, is the to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. netted the sum of 51.(; A few articles I
[truest" of her parents, Col. and Mrs. of beautiful fancy work that were ,
Peek. Nunnally's Fine Candies in not sold last week, will be on sale The Square Deal Store
Christmas wrappings .at Mitch Saturday afternoon, at three o'clock :I
Plate engraved greetings at I ell's. at.Hull's Store. Come and, see these
{Mitchell's. choice hand-made articles I I

I Mrs. W. H. Green is spending a N. B. HULL Prop.
r. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. few days with her daughter, Mrs R It. S. Hardan in front of S. ': ,
Jades Shepard and children spent S. Johns, of Lake 'Butler. R. Johns. Xmas candies fruits, '::1
Tuesday afternoon in Gainesville. cigars cigarettes, lunches and'
Come in early and select your soft drinks. 12-12-.1t _
Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Puatka Christmas gifts before the rush I ---

nesday., were visitors to SUrko Wed Darby's store. One lot of men's solid leather .i. t..t..t..t..t..s..i.... '...'... .... .I.... .,.!t... i. ...t.,.".t... ,.".....
slippers at $1.98 at Slump's.Father "!> .
John W. Abernathy, of Baltimore,, i
Toys of all kinds for the kiddies Md.f was in town last Thursday af- may not be as handsome as
fcarfbe found at Darby's.Rev ternoon visiting his daughter, Miss he was thirty years ago, but you 1,
Inez Abernathy.Mrs. would rather have a portrait of himas On Christmas Morn!
and Mrs M. L. Smith, who he is today. While he has n littleeisurc s

{formerly lived here, are rejoicing !M. Leviton and daughter,, time during the Holidays, .
over'the' birth of a son, born the 5th.Iadies'shoe Miss Rosa, and Miss Florence Andrews bring him in and have a portrait -. -
motored to Gainesville Tues made of him "Secure the shadow ere -.
sale $1.00 pert day afternoon. the substance fades." Hoover Bros. ..
I [pair> and up at Stump's. Ptudio. .-- J ..

iMrs. Julio* "Clason-" of New York, The new makes Cara Nome suitable single N. T. Ritch returned Saturday .. -
compact a
[came'Friday to spend the winter very from Atlanta, where he was called on 4-
Mitchell's.: .
Christmas (; -
I I jyith.'her son, W. M. Clason. account of the serious illness of his -.

I L Wyman will return tomorrow little son, N. T. Jr. .- -.
[Place your order with Kickliter for from a few weeks stay in New Or- .- .?
., [that" Christmas turkey. S5c a pound. leans, where he went in connectionwith Get your tooth brush from Corpen- m f -
388IF'' State Forestry work. ing's. Pay the regular price of SOc .
[Miss Josephinb Urinaon, of Fiftone, for it and get a SOc tube of tooth + *
llvisiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Cor- paste free.Gf'orge ... -
You cannot keep the babies as they f
are today-but you can keep beautiful -. R .
portraits of them. "Secure the C. White came up from i -
Special at Hull's Store Saturday shadow ere the substance fades." Miami and spent Sunday with his .
[Good quality -i-string broom, BOc. HocA-er: Bros. Studio., wife and Monday left for Tampa, -. -.
where he is looking after-etate bank -
(Howard Bracken, Gary Ennis and business.Mrs. .
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee have returned -
IRollis Knight, of the U. of F., spent from t
home a motor trip to
|sunday here with relatives and Greensboro, N. C., where they visited E. K. Perryman returned .:; .
4iends. their son.Special. Friday from Jacksonville, where she .Nothrn6 Finey 'U.
l has been with her sister, Mrs. J. H .., -
Shoe Sale at Ritch. +
at Hull's Store Saturday-
21. lb. sack high grade self rising Y_ MANICUUK; SETSIVOKY XMAS CANDIES) '
)lrH. Annie B. Barrett, of Jackson flour $1.10. Under wholesale price. Mrs. J. W. Killian, of Black Moun- q SETS 4T.1'1'IONFIYM1r.ITAKY : 4
He, was here Sunday with her tain, N. C., (Is the guest of her father '
[mother Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Rev. L. B. Simpson and family J. M.: Truby. Mrs. Killian will remain SETS TOILET: SETS *

left yesterday for Crescent City, until after the holidays, muchto -4
Symphony Lawn Stationery where Mr. Simpson will have chargeof the delight of her friend here.J. .- 4

it i Mitchell's. i tomIJlJ the year.:Methodist( church for I the II. Ritch and little daughters, f.f.Thcrc is a keen[sensC'of; satisfaction for both donor and recipient

Judge R. A. Green and Orville --- Eloise and Dorothy, spent Sunday in
Grifi were in Raiford Tuesday eve- Ladies' Millinery half priceat Jacksonville with Mrs. Hitch, who is of Christmas remembrances carrying the stamp of quality, and !
ilng. Stump's. In Riverside Hospital recovering
from an operation for appendicitis. I a heap of satisfaction comes with the knowledge of a gift rightly ;
Give practical gifts this Christ Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. Ritch's many friends are delighted
spas. See the splendid lines of men's little son, A. Z. ,Jr., motored to to know that she is doing f and carefully chosen. Only a selected line of gifts suitable for !
f'- [socks and ties at J. M. Alvarez Jacksonville Wednesday evening and well.
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. both and carried from which to make your selection. i
Ir. and Mrs W. J. Griffin, of Briggs. For alimited number of days ; men women .
Jacksonville? were here -WednesdayORDER -- I Corpenlnar' Drug Store will sell youa I .. r
-. A full line of Chri."! tma* _accessories tube of Colonial Club shaving
tags, seals, tinsel and cream at the regular price of Soc and I i Eastman, Kodaks and Supplies i
LM1/IN1 ribbon. tissue! paper, boxes and give frees Gillette safety razor. .

iiffPfJPk e ONE: cards.: :Mitchell s*. I PLAY COMING j' No. 2 Brownie Outfits in a Christmas Box ; .
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; C. P. Lewis and family, have mov- On Friday night, January lath, the ) See Special Xma Rox for Men. :
CIllilSFMASFROM eif'here from College: Park, Ga., and interesting farce} "Th Hoodoo," ; our .
+ I north of Starke. will be presented1! at the Woman' offered for Xmas Sro
are living: on a farm Toilet Requisites---the best we have ever GJftsCORPENING'S
Full line of
I Their little daughter, lye, hall en- Club by local talent. This play will -.
tered tho flr Mrs. c> Miss Alice Tharin. I .

.I Silk ,socks make splendid Christmas I The program committee, which Is 1 1I DRUG STORE i
1 R. F. Clark gifts for menfolk. J. M. Alvarezhas composed of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, .
just received a new line. Misses Florence Matthews and AUeen I 4
BOX 312, I I Alvarez, is sponsoring this entertainment 4 The NyalStore STARKE FLA. J. E. Corpening Prop ?!

STARK At Christmas time when all the and the proceeds derived A. hiZ
" is the tine to have from the play will go toward the 11s1lHH1i1f1i1t18..1..r .
folkt home i .
; are ... : .s1i 1 .... .N 1 f
club fund. .. I.
also A Grate for the Howrer Cleaner pictures made. Don't put it off until ,I +1.J+4+ J.

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.1 lightful Christmas tree entertain is spending a while here with her ed by a few relatives and friends. \1
f EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY :ment. parents. They are making their home in Jack- I't
'' AGENTS' REPORTS I sonville.\!
'I i/ A ERS aJ Ltd FARMING . . . David Moore, of Jacksonville.", Crosby-Groover 1; ...
spent Sunday here with his parents, -
Mr. Eugene Crosby and Miss Lydia
y Broward-Beans began moving by Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. J. L. FRAZEB
Groover both of Brooker were ,
express this week; prices satisfacto -i.
,. : AI; The Lawtey Baptist basket ball .
'I I ;
bride's Mrs.
: ,.tTICLES OF FARM team went to Starke Monday afternoon
If,. i BE BEST SUITED TO OUR . ) GO is installing fixtures for Elder J. II. Kelley joined them in $
good trouncing to get even for the ,
meat market in addition to its already trouncing they received from the the holy bonds of wedlock, witness- STARKE. FLA. ..

/SELECT BREEDING HENS control. The fungus which causes the First large grocery department. Starke team when they came here a -- -- -- ----_u- --- ,
1 i strawberry shipment moved r
0/ / EARLY WINTER MONTHS disease lives in the soil from one sea- : this week bringing fancy prices. few days ago.
son to the next, which makes crop /
../ Over half the profits! from Florida rotation necessary. Tomatoes shouldbe Okeechobee-\Many acres are be- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and # ;

J. poultry comes from tho sale of eating planted on "sick" soil only once ing planted to beans, peas and Irish family spent Sunday with relativesin
eggs. To get a full share of this every four years. potatoes and many being preparedfor Baldwin and Jacksonville.

pullets should be hatched and grown I tomatoes. Citrus is moving in a Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts visited
BO as to begin laying around early FLORIDA FARMERS HELP hurry now, all passing through local Waldo and Gainesville Sunday.J. .
November. The pullets catch the WITH FARM CROP TESTS growers' association packing house.
high prices of November and December T, Mooro and T. J. Terry wer
I and are still laying through the More than a hundred Florida farmers Duval \Mr. LanaJen, our new transacting business in Jacksonville
( profitable months of next August, are aiding and cooperating in efforts poultry specialist arrived and put inn Tuesday.
i September and October. Tho poultry to find and determine the most busy week with our poultry raisers A\-

't> department of the College of Agriculture suitable and practicable varieties of this week, answering calls that had BROOKER
I at Gainesville, breeds, hatches I field crops, grazing crops, green manure been made even before his arrival.
j and rears pullets to do this. t crops, pasture crops etc., to use I Brooker, Dec. 19-Mr. and Mrs
I Dr. N. W. Sanborn, professor of under varying conditions in this Dade-Initial steps to start investigations It. P. Gainey were visiting at Ver

1 poultry husbandry, outlines this stutf. I in nail head rust of tomatoes and Okuechobce last week.
1 plan, us follows: These farmers are scattered from were made this week, Florida Mrs. U. G. Stroyhorn, of Waldo,
"Select during the early winter Jackson to Palm Beach Counties. 1 Experiment Station, United States visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. .

''I months those pupate that have come Some took the initiative themselvesto I Department of Agriculture, the coun- \M. Huzen, Sunday.
Into laying by at least November 15, I cooperate in this way, while others ty anti the growers cooperating. Guy Long spent the week-end i in SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST 1
that lay over 40 eggs in the three I were asked to. Among those enlistedin Jacksonville.Mrs. .
\ I months following laying/ of the first this work are 'B. F. Floyd, Orlando I Alnchua-Assisted picture makerin Bell Thomas, of Pine Hill, Unless the Cross" tablets
" 11V see "Bayer on
I egg, that do not stop laying any ten ; S. F. Poole, Lake Alfred; Capt. filming motion pictures of various spent Saturday here with her dough you you are
consecutive days in that period. Mute Kmmcrt: C. Sayles, Myukka City; C. agricultural activities of the county. ter. \Mrs. l'l. E. Thomas. not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe

these selected pullets to an early-ma F. Leach, Monticello; C. S. Russell\, Mrs. A. I.. Crosby and children o f millions
: turing male from a dam of same Dade City; H. S. Pennock Jupiter; Marion\ -Busy week with farmers, Vero, are visiting her parents here.H. by and prescribed by physicians 24 years for

quality of tho pullets. J. B. Simonton, Miconopy; E. C. baling hay, thrashing peanuts and 1'. Gainey and Mr. Hough are
I "Hatch so as to get chicks out at Pearson, A. Prescott and B. F. Wil- plowing in small grain. Although it attending to business in Jacksonville Colds Headache
a date that will bring the pullets to liamson, Alachua; F. D. Couldin, takes much lecturing, we are on the this week
laying maturity by early November Muriunna; J. II. Wells, Baldwin; II. road to good hogs; 11 animals deliv- Horace, John and Birt Stokes, o f:
I or the last of October. At Gaines II. Simmons, Jacksonville\ ; W. A. Ses- ered and 19 others engaged; these to New River, were attending to business !- Pain Neuralgia

ville wo get best results from American Moms, Bonifay, and D. A. Hunt, Lake be used for foundation stock. here Monday.
breeds when the chicks are Wales. Miss Eunice Perkins, of Starke, eP Q: Toothache Lumbago
Walton-Sold Another
hatched between March 22 and April This work is directed from the sweet carload of was visiting friends here Friday.
I b, 6; from Leghorns when hatched Florida Experiment Station at have potatoes cooperatively; farm- Tom Dukes, of Five Mile, was visiting Neuritis
ers sold their
around thu middle or end of April. entire crop at a relatives here Friday.Mr. at"
Gainesville\ and W. E. Stokes "
grass |
fancy price
,, r, We have pullets now (December 0)) and forage crops specialist, is directly and are delighted; they and \Mrs. L. II. Futch, of Law "
that have laid over 45 eggs each dare( strong on cooperative buying and tcy, spent Sunday here with her
in charge of it. The work is new selling. pa- Accept only Bayer" package: which contains proven directions.
a hatched in late March. These very and necessarily has to be done on a rents, \Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.Mr. .
fall the of Starke Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets-ALto bottles of 21 f and 100.-Druggists.Arplrla .
: high-laying pullets are same small scale, but it is being expanded Okaloosa-Our farmers shipped King, was attendingto .
r ones that are most likely to be still as fast as possible to include many three carload of sweet potatoes. co- business here Friday.Mr. U the tride mark of Doter Manufacture of Uonoacvtlcacldeiter"" of SallcrllcarM

I on the job next summer and fall. different crops and to cover all areas operatively this week. \ and \Mrs. J. A. Boatwright, -
i Such are your big ]layers! We have of the State. \Misses Mattie Ogden, Laura Wynn,

q r' such a pen now mated, after a year'strap These farmers agree to accept seedor Ilendry-Growers at Felda are and Addie Minis spent Saturday in

nesting, of ten females that have plants and to plant and, care for picking and shipping cucumbers; Gainesville.Miss .
averaged over 231 eggs each in 12 them after directions given by Pro through assistance of agent they are Marguritte Shriver, of Starke, '

months. fessor Stokes. All crops produced belong getting $.1 I for 28-quart hampers f. o. Delicious! .
,, t "The College plant has a fe 'v sur to them; they do nothing more I Ib., which means considerable saving.I Colds C....<* Grip and Influenza ;

plus cockerels of thia sort of breedIng than follow directions, keep careful I Bay We LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove
I i in Buff Wyundottes, S. C. R. I. notes of growth, yield, etc, and fur carloads- of expect to ship several the cause. Then .U only one"Bromo Quinine." Simply Delicious!
I I. Ii. Reds and S. C. White Leghorns. nish detailed reports to the Experi- I"winter. cabbage from here this Eo W. GROVE'S-I.Uoature on bo*. :30ft

1 f. 4 BY PREVENTIVE MEANS Effort is made to select farmers Lake-Fern growers are uniting A Talk With a Starke CAKES, COOKIES AND BUNS i
11" r who will take the greatest possible to advertise and market ferns grownin
I Tomato growers are cautioned to Interest in seeing that the tests aro this vicinity. Man CAKES !

provide algainst the dangers of wilt properly curried out and that every FRESH ROLLS DAILY

';,, before the winter crops are planted. crop ia given the best possible LAW1EY .)
'I '. The accd'nhould bo treated with corrosive i'hunco. Effort: is also made to select Mr. Daugherty /Telia Something of
, I Lawtey, Dec. 19-Mrs. Henry Reg- Order yours now for Christmas. They will be delivered fresh- J
! I sublimate and the seedbeds these men from such areas of the Interest to Starke I'olks.There's .
ister Jacksonville\ l last 1
I spent
I State that soil baked on the day before.
l Bterlized before planting, accordingto every and climate' con- week here
with her
' '.. Dr. G. F. Weber of the Florida Experiment dition will be represented. From the F. Godwin.Mr. nothing more convincing
i Station. Information gathered it Is believed than the statement of someone you
know and have confidence in. That's
. "Resistant And early maturing varieties very interesting, practical and safe and Mrs. W. M. Bryant visited why this talk with \Mr. Dausherty of: OUR SPECIALS
J should be selected! for the com I recommendations can bo made to all relatives in Starke Sunday. Cherry street should be mighty help- Butter Cream Coffee Cakes 10 cents each ,
ing crop, und land which has not farmers to the State within a few ful in Starke. ,
I grown tomatoes before should be selected I| years. Leslie Turner, of Starke, was a W E. Daugherty minister! Cherry i. Cinnamon 1 nuns< 15 cents doz. '

for a seedbed. Pull up and burn I Besides the work being done in visitor to Lawtey Sunday. St., Starke says: "I suffered from Drop Cakes 20 cents doz.
p nil plants which show indication this way through cooperative experimenters terrible backaches. It was ilifllcu't: toRet
Mrs Lem of Angel Food Cakes 25 40 60c each
of wilt. No spray or fertilizer can more extensive and detailed Sapp, Jacksonville, around and I couldn't work much ,
I' I'i was transacting business in Lawtey my garden with the tL-rn'jle:' painsin Layer Cake 25 40 '60c each
save a plant that shows the disease, plantings are made und followed up Wednesday.E. my buck. The kidney secretions ,
because the fungus is already in the at the main and the three branch experiment I passel: too often. I used Doan's Pills\ Fruit Cakes 60 cents poundDon't ]
f Blip and is carried to all parts of the stations of Florida. S. l\latthe-t: ;; Starke, was a and v.'as cured of tl,e attack."
plant, regardless of any spraying or -- business visitor to Lawtey Friday \Mr. DnuKherty is only ono of many
fertilizing Star''," people who have !
the efiily
grower Is advised. gin en-
I Tomato wilt is common in Florida Mrs. W A. Colley and daughter 'dorcol Donn's Pills. If your backaches forget to take a Loaf of Delicious Butter-Nut

an.'caUlles great losses, being considered 666 Miss Lois, of Starke, were guests I -if your kidneys bother youdon't Bread along
simply ask for a kidney
one of tho worst diseases of tho Saturday and Sunday of her sister, -ask distinctly for POA.VS:; PILL
!10 .
,). tomato in many districts of the state. Colds, Grippe prescription, Uvnjtue.for Headaches Miss, JZebccca Whitehead. the same that :Mr.! Dnuglv riy had- STARKE BAKERY .
I, Because it is subject only to preventive the remedy backed by hens testi
Constipation, Biliousness. Misses Madalicn and ,
. Adaline Pad
GO) cents. at all Foster.
, it is difficult to mony. stores.
measures very
II U the moil ptdy
rm0d know.
I. I wa gett of Anthony, were week-end Mllburn: Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y, H. R. Nobles, Prop.
------- visitors 'ut the home of their grand. "When Your flack is Lame-Remember
mother, Mr. M. Padgett. the Name"

Mrs. J. A. Hinson, of Pitts Ga., Kaa.DDDaa a D"e> -
Is spending a few days here with hereon uaas 0Blinding
Prof. W. O. DuVall, and wife. I n III _
11th Prietll.t 01 thi oU nil.bit "SIMON PURE" and 'CKM BRANDS" n.w
II. C. Wimberly, of Highland, at- (I :: ,..q. -.lntna FALL PRICES. Staadari of tCALITY for Ui. put forty raanFlarMa wits "t .
I tend the Lawtey State Bank meeting ......... Prices rltkt-quality .....Id..xi JOt'll the ehaapaat-bat the BEST Iff ra
Tuesday.Mrs. I Headaches .nil*. AJM out "rlnnot INSECTICIDES BPBATBRfl. DUSTERS and DUSTS.E. .

M. E. Edwards and daughter 11 "For about twenty years mR1 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FlaQP.rl

Mis Mabel, of Starke, were visitors It says 1\11' P. A.Walker, a wellM::
here Monday.Mrs. known citizen of ,
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C. Dinkins and \Mrs. J. II. tome-
Moore went" to Jacksonville the first II use I it It
of the week to buy their presents II for colds, biliousness. sour q
stomach and '
for the Grace M. E. Sunday school H was subject Indigestion.to headachee iii
Christmas tree. when liver would q
I my get out U
of order. I would have
Chief of Police Silas Kite was a blinding headaches and II
The COACI-I business visitor to Lawtey Thursday. q II couldn't stoop about my work, M q :$
just couldn't I used
13 go.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rowe spent p

Sunday with relatives in Jackson! '
5 Thedford's i
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i as Buick builds It J. A. Hinson,-of Pitts, Ga., was the

guest Sunday at the home of Prof BLAGKDBAUGHTand {
and Mrs. W. A. DuVall. -

t Th COACH Maittr Six is a smart-looking 1 closed 1 Billie\ and, James \Moore Edwards n it relieved me. 'it'r aC

of Jacksonville, are spending a few II "About eight years ago my W
1 SI49STtifSlanJjrJSa car. Its Fisher-Built days here with relatives. iii wife got down with liver and n
Body l0 stomach trouble. We tried M
Dave Durban came home from n all week to help her but n
presents the same attractive Jacksonville and spent Sunday with Y1 she didn't get any better. ::II ..
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David 11 One day I said to the doctor, N "
COACH contours as other Buick Durban. U 'I believe I will try Black-: rI
I ? ; $1295: D Draught it helps my liver.' II A Soild Year of Interesting News
l'j 1 closed models. Prof. W. O. DuVall and W. C. R He said that I might try it q
t :::::;.!;I" *. 5.r* This body Vooten were visitors to Hampton and to follow directions. q .
I _"C..JJN" 'Friday She was nauseated and q A gift that will be appreciated by
:,i. p IS moulded to shape, with I couldn't eat or rest. She bea every member of the family for fifty-

; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Sr., and gars taking in two days Black-Draught she d q two times in the year Is a sub crip- .

r "A."C.'-ftenrlkiM
..... frotfi for day afternoon. 'a week: "he was up." r for you, about you and your friends
o h".dr.-.o unfinished Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy Try Black-Draught Iteostaonlf and is chock-full of interesting and

) appearance.VUUVA w. W. Baisden were business visitors R one cent sv dos*. Sold truthful facts which are uncolored .
a r ) to Lawtey Friday. : everywhere. _c.o-? I by prejudice.

/. uJJitum to Buitk bus _AI.lebo *.* Charlie Burck came home from 1.> ...DDD.aa.aaaaa.le It la full of classified and display .

.. *,,.t syrbrwadl.Bakkmlorr.tlosfi- Jacksonville and spent Sunday with ,. advertising that tell you about the
his family. Habitual Constipation Cured bargains It is every store in Starke
LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY la 14 toll Days I brought Cato your home.
d I Clayton and Broward Strickland "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- It will cost
J M Smith, Maoajar. and two listers, of Kingsley spent ; prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual only $1.50 a year.
Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties Sunday with friend here. Constipation. 'It relieves promptly and
1 should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Bradford
t When better automobile are built. Buick will build them The Baptist and Methodist Sunday to induce regular action. It Stimulates and I County Telegraph i

\ .schools are busy preparing for a de per Regulate botttok Very Pteaeant to Take. .60o ,

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IIDAY, DECEMBER: 19. 1921. _ _ _- PAGE SE\ EN
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That will do two things. It will ing school at Lawtey spent tho RHEUMATISM ENDEDDon't I R....-l1Ia| durlnii month -..._.. a corporation. Wm. DUkman., -- N-D. I

put the ten million dollars through week-end with her parents hero. Wurrnnu' IUUM during month t"..S2Ovrnlritrt I Hiny. !Mary Karhnlhoonvr J. M. KnoheU ,
I i. the university, Into the bUilding suffer any longer from rheu th*. 1 I. 1014. -.. 10.03 hooper. Henry Baxter, W..U-y w.idnmn \
better brains. A good use for MILLER matism. Why endure such intense Kutrtit N.. U Abraham Bailey.. Wm. T. Taylnr.! CKWan ,
This! Week] of pains in the muscles n.l. Nov. I. 1111)4) .- 19..B7 Jonea Jama. .'. r.rirrin. Alonio IDoheitt,
the money. SIt nerves and RccolpK. durlnu. month -._-_. 8.SH Mary J. Unoaapcll. !M. F. Mrown. Wm O. ,'
will give sharks that lire on Miller Dec. 19-Mrs. C. G. Barks- joints? Wnrranoj. luuuil durIng month n_... 5.S.1 Vouna- Un.lt F. Yuiinir Wm. 4'. Yaiu'ry, ,,

fools a text to use in the selling dale and brother Murray Thomas The poisons of rheumatism are Dnl. l I"rt. I. 1924 ... 19(1.117 Jacob C. I'aak-r sail Cha.. P. I.... ..".. of \
carried in the blood. LEONARDI'S IH.trtot N.. 17 known"' partM It IIvln.! .01.1! Ir ",..01. all S
of worthless mining were visitors to Lake City Saturday. I1nl. Nov. 1. IOU ._ 88.0fl vartli.. ,. olalmlnu an Intaraat. Color aahl "

Miss Annie Howard of Dukes ELIXIR FOR TilE BLOOD combats Ht'''fiptii' durinir month _____n_______ known ""rtl.. anti each of ...
Edison has his mind on flyln I these poisons drives them out \\Hirnntii iMwd ilnrlna month ...... .110 or oiherwUei; ana nil partIes claiming an !ni :::-
it be before he spent' Sunday with Miss Carrie Belle of the system. The rheumatism llnl I.> I- May many years n
l 1".Irld, .ti.... It John Richard nml Archlliald, II. John. rash
starts his great flight. Brown. vanishes. You can go about your 11.1. Nov. I. 11)24) sit deevI. or otlii-rwliw anil Charlna K. Pace, \ ...,:

The helicopter will let men rise Mr. and Mrs. Percy McLcod of daily tanks freely happily. KttviptN. ilunntf, month __....._.. ties K.lwaril: Peer, Manila I'mx, nn.l Hrai| 1...,.
straight from the earth. Eagle.can't Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. LEONARDTS ELIXIR FOR Wnminm 'i.i. ,-.I I ilurlnic month ___... 18.11th..I..rt ula hrln. at law .,r . E Taop d.........,. .
]', :: do that. K. McLcod last Friday.B. THE BLOOD does more than this luo.mb.r 1. 101.1. anlil CS.: ,.. F.. l'ncr. ... .... or ..th..lao
I We shall fly at speed un- E. Brown was a visitor to Jack- for you. It builds new strength/ R'r"T nil' ""I.un", each of WI,..... rraldcnoo are )unhnown and:
Arthur Brisbane dreamed of now and the flying and vitality. Its use insures against CIMINTY or IJItADFORI !" all .nkn.n' i>.'U.. clalmlnic nn Inlnnat.
By machine will revoluionizo civilisation. sonville one day last week. recurrence of attacks. I h..b' certify. that tli. fon>caln> ol.t.( In Jjnrt" h.riln attar ilraorlhcrt,
1 Albert: Smith of Providence, visited mont of the ......It'.. ant dl.hu..m.nte! of i..Kr Try LEONARDI'S ELIXIR the cliool fun.|. nf Urxirord Count for the Vim end rnoh uf you are hereby .r.....llra..
[QUEER DANGEROUS DAYS. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglass une day FOR TUB BLOOD now. Refuse month or No. UI24. in u true, nnd oorrMt t<> !>.; ami, :umvnibpfnn! : the Juilie of tha

OVE THE BANDITS. All that he says is true and last week. substitutes. At all druggists.S.Ni' to the hoot of mr knowld. .nd b.ll.fII "W iV""r,,' f< r I")'" Rl hlh J"< l.lClr.ull
B. WIGC1INS. Horldf. in ami. (or llrndfnril County on
much more. But tbe revolution in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass of the .'
ilnv of Krhruary. A. D.
Count .
Sue.rtnt.nd.nt.BiLLS 18:15: at th.
[CHEAPER SUGAR. PLEASE. civilization will come in mcii'sbrains Watertown visited Mr. and Mrs.V.. .\ CLAl'S' I.E'l"lElSDear : 4urt ,lu.iwn, ,' In .alii. County. In Ht.i-k. Fla,,.
and come slowly. It won't .lila. I lo niiewer, a bill nf comiilklnt exhibited
through machinery, althoughthat D. Dukes Sunday.L. Santa Claus : waln.t y.,"" In .al.) -ort,, by J. M. Ah."...
come I'h) ,. llrn.lfonl ,,
SCHOOL no.vun fmty ivreklV
II. Gay visited relatives at Teleirraph., a
will help. I want you to brinK mo, a big gun fl'W.la. .I i.Mi, ,. euhliulr.l| || | | i I., Stark, llrailrord.
We live in queer dangerous .Providence Sunday.Mr. and some boxing gloves tint! erwrect-i r.xint> "n.iiin., i. h.h, .lealvnaliHl. aa tho

fdays.Iwants In Seattle dismantel the an Government innocent Men invented machines that iinil. Mrs. Henry Bennett, of tcra set and a picture machine and' The following bills were audited I:0"llpflp..r f.ir rliiht'In: twhlch noniitfcullvv, lhl"' noUc: wr.ka.shall 'bn P bll.hni -

to broadcasting station. ought to have freed the slaves. Bland, visited relatives here Sunday.Hal some fire crackers. cap pistol and if i and ordered paid\ by school board at riir), luiui.. .1.1." in the bill of complain

looking But they fastened wage slaves to I Memos, of Lake Butler, visi- December meeting: In tin. eats, It)?. dtlo to which I. ."
Every evening a lady wife of the the machines. They Invented flying you bring mo thoso things I will bo !b., qulftnl. aralniit the il.fi
proprietor, sent through the air a machine and their first real visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. good and nay my prayers every night From .nvral Fund- :moil, auM niiiuht to bo eanci-M I ovpr imrlhi'i)
-jautiful bed-time story. What and and Mrs. M. C. DuKes were I l.mirn. Joynrr. lonchlna eo.no, i-f nami- Ore ae folluwa, towif I South, talC: of
N. T.
use was droppinaT.. and help mamma bring in wood and T. C. Inwhorn. tmehlnv isn.no N".U".I mmrt.'r, ami Soot.. h".t quarter <
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innocent <
ould be purer more poison gas on other white men and visitiors' to Lake Butler Saturday. wash dishes. Hrll. WvMt. ti-nphlnn fl.no Nnrtheaiit quarter of Si-cllon ll>. Townahli

a.-' The Government says MANY on R. T. Thomas made a business Maul Mltehrlt. tonohlnc o.oo I II South Ranu Si Kiut. and South half if,
could be innocent fore savages. JOHN S. INMAN. S. 8. Powllnif. trurhlna too.ootoo.oo Northuaat, North
things more brain .1 I quarter h.lt..t SniLhravtqtIltpIrr
Science moves swiftly the trip to Alavhua one day recently.
bed-time story sent out confined Florcnn* Mt thew,.. tcuehinir Rout hwr.t quarter nf South...t
information for boot moves slowly and civilization E. 11. Dougla made a business Dear Santa Claus : Cnntlyn Frll"| p. trnehlnic 100.00 .|,,..1.... Well quarter of Southeast quart, i
V code moves slowly with it. Lake MNMI! Aldprmnn, Unehlnir 100.00 "f .Houlheiut qunrlvr, South viut ,,u.r...,', .of
eggers. That's queer. trip to City Monday.Miss I want you to onng mo a stove, llnulcMrclruiler.' tonehlng 70.00 Nnrthwi'it quurlor. and Nnrthvait qiiartrr ..f
Carrie Belle Brown of Lake Moil I1't.u.l tmehlnic 0.00 Southwest quarter all In /Neatl..,, ,,
box of tinker 21. an.I
a (carriage a toys a
E. of France on Mnhpl I : i ; : N. W, .
week a firm on Long Dr. D. Germ I Butler the week-end with her I'Mwanlii. touching 55.60 quarter 2' "Nnrlhoant quarter ..t 80. .
H Every spent trycirle some candy mouth Isabel| lion 2S. all In
his way to America should haveas a organ, liullon. tcnrhlntf en.ooii.no IWnahln 6 South Ranga. .' I
[bland sends a 5.000. payroU toNew welcome as we usually parents. and If you bring me those things I Nvlllp Kti: >nrn.. t nehlnR Gael, .anil, "ronlalnln' In all sn U aorn, 'm.rv .
Jersey by flying machine. warm Miss Susie D. Townsend of Lake Allco TliHiln., to. hlnw ((18.00 1.". sod lyIng. sod .brIne 'In nri"'rori1' rou"
The Idea fit: to keep above the reserve for princes and others that will be Rood, and say my prayer!' ever Kthrl' irl; n tmehlnitKunle 8B.OO ly FI"'d.' |

ndlts. In due time bandits alsotwill never did a day's work. Butler, pent the weekendvith Miss night and, help mnmmn tout in wood IVrklnn.. .; tniehinir/ BB.OI: WltnoM m, hanil anil oral of unld Comt,,
Olive Ra '. tnwhlnit. I ibis t the Hnl day of December
Dr. Gerln comes to demonstratea Fuyree Brown. ) 70.00 A. I). 1924.II. .
get flying machines, just asthey method of and wash dishes.VOND I|I Knrnvy M.Ra.. Iruehlnir, Sfl.oo W. Al.r>KRMAW.
treating -
got high-powered automo- new pneumonia AE. 1 INMAN. I.IIHo Anilvrnnn' tonohinir' 60,00 (Suall ("rierh Circuit Couit
IRlea.I before the members of the HIGHLAND I I I (: .\. 1IInn. tonehlnitLoin o.oo By C. A Knlirht..
New York State Physicians' Or- ------ -- Hk h.rdji' "n. traahlnn 80.00 1/.11-01.1.90: ) UopulyOHDER CI..k
Highland Dec. 19D. L. Rigby LOCAL: SYNDICATEIJUYS
With this method T II. I'Ulliolltor., Irnthtnv 0.00
I President Coolidge Is conslder- ganization.hundred of new pneumonia, spent the week-end here with .rela COOK ACKKAGK Itn Foint. tonchtnv 80.00 roil rV I.IATION
tog the tariff on sugar. That l.lllinn ?tJlOkttry, trnahlna 110.00 In Circuit, .uiit. 8tnl' of Florldn. I!:
tariff' so high, i is a hardship on were treated without one death. tives.Mrs. I Oulny Moore. tvflchlnir TO.AO .hwlloisl:: l l Circuit.I :;: Urndfoiil, 1 County., In Cnall"r..
Lake Dec. 12.-\nnounce-
friends in Cuba. Cuba coniIplains Dr. Germ also treats pernicious Ma B. Williams of Plant City, City J( 1W..lln.. (teachIng eo.oo111. 'cry.rh. .
|our than it anaemia without blood transfusion. was here several days last week looking ment was made this morning that a (\ .* Ilnnui\ tvnchinirW. eO.llo ('111"01. Rank of Itnirord
that it is higher Graham. trnchlnit. m.oo a roriM.rntion. ..eomnlalnnnt
I need be to give profit to sugar after her property. local syndicate: has closed contractfor I 1",118 "."1'. ......hl"" 40.00 ...

growers in the United States. H. T. Boggs returned Monday the purchase of theVIII Cook We loy Mi-Rno. trnohlnaninnehe 60.00 Si-rum, Dyal. (uldow) ot al. Dvfenilanl.,

kt is to the May wheat has passed 1.84.. It) the Gainesville highway Rilwanla I trashing o.no tn1,1 ."I'T'" *?""? hy.mil' .v" inpendi'd to the I''''
property on
Sugar necessary from a three week's visit with rela- .1. A. Ilimtwrlulit, K'HchlnaMr lanooin .. ,In tIlt nlmv. ,. .tnlv.l health and !growth of children "will sell higher.< Farmers are tives In South Carolina. nnd has a frontage of threc-tjuarterfi '*. Moalw rlwlit.. .teaching ( .nono.no Rllrh.. and John Rltch lu-r husband the

1 necessary, also, by the way, to rushing their grain to marketnow of mile on the Lake Butler rood 1-aura Wynn. 10 ",'hln... drfrmlnnle Ih '",'I,, named nr.mmrwidanU.
I those that obey the Constitution feeling that these prices will l Clydo Jones and Ike Jones drove u Mattlo llitdon.' li-nchlni 80.on of I hit Statiof. Klorlda.! ami they am ...1.

land do their distilling inside of do. You will remember that this through to Madison and spent the and a quarter mile on the paved I Oladya Aa""... Jnyner.Wamlin, tpnehlnicJimnltN traehlnn 80 4800 on ili.nl.. .Hint of I ho CII, of Vn"I".,.. III.... of OeorBi .
The tract i ill of the thuy are over the nun of twintyonoyearn.
column predicted $1.50 wheat week-end with .relatives and fri nils. one ll.illtind.
heir own bodies. lenehlnK so.oo It |I. llwn'fore ...,..In..d that vail nonmalilfiit -
sKThe President undoubtedly will when the price was below $1.20. B. B. Williams, of Jacksonville finest along the highway, being beautifully Flneelo I4I'r., l.nehlnir 80.00 ...lefi'inl,,',, ba and they ..... h.......
gamblers have with anti oaks W. 1'. DuMill. tinrhlnvMm. 18800on miulrfd lo nl'I'.., to the hlll..r I ..."'pllnt
the question having Unfortunately wooiled pines'
fiettle ,
sugar was a visitor hero Sunday.Mr. rerklmi. tiinchlnirMra .noto.on fllml In ealil cot,... on or l.fon.> Monday, tha
Its mind the needs of millions of probably made more than farmers, and Mrs. K Hoggs and smallson level in port and rolling Into ridges Andvninn. ti'arhlnirMin. 5th lay oor January' A. I). 1\1125. otherwlno thaallfiintliiitii

|American mothers. although the farmers, for whom at the extreme oust side. M.".... teauhlnirJnyro 0(10( of .iii.l bill will hu eaken aa con.fvaeud .
in Jacksonville
Tucker were shopping ,
this is written, have also profited Terry o.on by aald defemltint.
: This story comes from Ann Ar- ,.-thoso that held their wheat.A Saturday.Mrs. Just what the new owners will d.) I A. l*. Jenklna, aohinic 80.00 .It I la further nnlerad thai. lila onlnr' .hn. pubjl -
!! 4. r4. Jenklna. tennhlnirr 40.00 .h.il
with their purchase halO not been Riv once a work for four. oonaecutlva w..k.
or concerning the magnificent S. A. Bryun, of Baldwin visited ,,ra 'K..II: ,' U'aahlnir' 4fl.no 'In tho llradford County Telnaranh S.
Diversity of Michigan. Twenty first-class gross business of relatives here last week. en out, but is i I" understood that a M. I,, rant r. teachlnir\. 40.00: "per liubllahwl In saul, County and 8ta.a nawapa....

I Tears ago a mining property atILlgoma six thousand million dollars a year E.: W. Cornic-k and 11. C. Wimberly.Jr. grape! and I !pecan( acreage will be Mnrlo Klo..l WillIams Keller trmhlnirAlllo .. ..htnll. 8n.no 8H.no I" Thli Dvdember, ard, IVW4.

Ontarla, was deeded tothe for the big first-class railroads ., were business visitors to Luwtcy established with some of the work HIM tfnehlnifI. 8A.Ofl (Seel") o. Clerk w. AI..F.R\UN.CI.,1t: COII.I.

| university. The giving of the ought to make sOne profits possible :Monday.L. probably starting at once. Names of I.. 'It .:,,1..,...... t..n''A.t..Unn'' 78.AO I A. Z. :''So.
mine was then looked upon as a with reasonable economy aqd A. A. 8okm( trnnH|>itrtntlnn 10.00 Solicitor ; Cumplalnnnt. W-ll-51-l.a.
H. Hill and Clyde Jones were those interested in the syndicate have II. A. I'rtwcntt tmnnimrtAtlnnA III."1
modern methods.
Joke; It hadnt any value.JrBut I I.. flrcen, tmnniiorintion. 73.110
been OIIDFK "P'IlOpljltI.iA
not ,mmle
public.A ThIN
business visitors and
the Board of Regents of However it is so much easier i W. II llarrvll. I trniiHiiortAtlim, 40.00 In CIrcuit ,'"...1. Ul. of Klorl.ln, EIghth

Ithe university will soon give de- to raise heIght and passenger Ocala Monday. :' ('levy Nnrmnn tranvporlntlon 80.0(1( JiullcUl, Clrault. llra.lfi.nl. County.: In .h.neery. -

|taiK* of the discovery that the' rates than it is to economize or Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Misses Beth TONIC Hiirmnn, '. Ahl.rmnn, trnnnpnrtiitlon 80.110 .
It. ( 1I..h..or.
trnnnportntlonl. 18.00
nine* is worth..tan. million dollars. keep up to date especially when and Winifred Wimberly. Martha l....t..r JithitH, trannportatlonI. 4.00 Dunvan. Complainant 9aI. ,

you have no real competition. Mcrsereau and Ethel Ricks Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores .. w. Moklltitr. hniril, ..'..1.. ".111 ... Dunian Drfondant. r-4

were I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and ''A. A. llnten harI ....10. M.OO' It ."','..rlnll by affidavit. appemkul" to (ha
----- shopping in Starke Monday.A. I. J. Wynn. hnartl ....1.. 840 bill filed In the ahova elaUd. ...... that Le.
', A. Crews, of Lcesburg\', arrived Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its II. II. Wluuln. IneldunUUII U.M' Ulinaan the defendant then-ln nameil ,la a
i ZIFF Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas left last II. Wliiirlnii unlnrr nupt.. 7A.IHI) non-rralili-nt of tha Htata. nf Florida. and ha)
strengthening Invigorating howIt
Sunday for Graham to spend awhile Sunday for a few days visit here effect see II II WliiKllw unlary .,,,ot. 1490' I. it realilrmt. .of tha City: of Cleveland County

ZDec. 19 Mr. R. A. Weeks of with his' father F. M. Crews.E. brings color to the cheeks and howIt A. I.. <*....n. trnnMiiorlHtioiiII 1,1\1) iif Cu'.h....., Slot, of Ohio and h. I. over
with Mr. Reynolds' parents A. rnwciilt t rnnRimrtnUonHomi 1.00' the .... of twimty-ona. yeara.
Okar, was here Wednesday on Mr. and, Mrs. James Reynolds. W. Cornick left Tuesday for his Improves the appetite. you will then .r I ayum.. tiiclilni 7I ,00 It I. therefon. ordered.. that. Raid nnn-

t--. home at St. Petersburg after a stayof appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's Dfliklc I'hlllpi. tuKohlnitAim SO.OO _hl..nt dnfeiidnnt,' I In and. ha la hereby. required -
tfliliimnn.. .pfllntlnir trunk top 2.75 lo annear, to the bill of eomplnlnt flle.l .
."i; Billy Hines, of Tampa, is WOODLAWNWoodluwn Severn! weeks here. I Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply K: M. Jo ho... Iciml nvrvle iLls :In aald,I COIL' on or befon, Mondny. 'MN
.ywlsitinir her parents Mr and Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So (I. W. AnilriWM. lrnnnnrlatlnn| n'.aa dny I of January A. D 11UIII( .:; :.: l.ath'.h.' alImiatlona I-
SAMUEL: KO.UPEK3: PRESIDENT: I C I c. WlirirloM. trnn.i.nrUitlon" B.OO .of nalil bill will h.. taken aa confmieil ,
ItftJBf8'L. Prescott. Dec. 10-Mr. J. S. Nor. pleasant even children like It. The blood From Huh. FundiiClly -* by ald di'iitmliint..

&fleThomaa, of Pine Hill, wasJitthgfriends man and daughter Miss Lois Nor- AMERICAN:\ LAKOR FEDERATION needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to l.lnvl l-lnnl,' w.l SUCCUMBS: :. H. Miittlii'WH., billOw piano l 18.00
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial and llahiMl once a weak for four oonewmllvti weoha
here Friday after- man, were business visitors to Starke I germs Anne J'tyni'r. UfaahlnvJuanllo 15.00 In th. "...Mn.d County Teleirranh, a newiipa-
*wo and Lawtey Saturday afternoon. !Mexico\ City, ])ec. 11.-Samuel Grip germs by Its Strengthening.,, Invigorating ) Holland., toaohlnu 18.00 per .publlihml. 'In aald 1 County and HlaU.

Rompers 71-year-old president of Effect. 600.COFFINS. W II. H.irrHI. trnniiiortatlon: 11.00 ThIs l i'crnib.r.. aol. lU'lt.
Lewis wan in Starke Wednes- Messrs. Maurice Edwards: and Kel A. I.Mmr.nn, 'U'nohtnir *5.00F. O. W. Afr.RsttN.: ''

a 1 business. son Green of Starke, were visitors i the American Federation of labor II. riiilml.UT. '...hlnll 111.00 (18..1)) Clerk Circuit C..I.
<%)fO !DOII (I..t* Komi l.-.irhlnu 10.00 A. ADKINS.
and for 21 L year leader in the labor .
I Waldo last here Friday.
w in
Lewis .
: was J. A. Wiw.lln. Icarhlnvllli 40.00 Solicitor for CumplHlnant. U-B-At-l-.
uesday' vlsitinjr old friends. Misses Debbie Beatrice and Marguerite thought and activities of the world & CASKETSAnd (> .. HIIUIII-, .linrhlnit 10.00
is dead. J W R 'Ilininlon, jnnllorKniih 70.00 MAHl KNit 8AI.ENi
land Mrs. I. W. Dyal, of Cmmllpent -- Phillips, Lois and Gladys Full Line of ..r Starkr. mmlraW Ul. O

Sunday here with her Norman and Louie llelle Carter were Death came on train upon which a : II.: llnrroll.: I IraniiHirtatlonM. : : 10.00 ..tlci* I. h..ifhy given that under unit, hjrvirtu

Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis. Water Oak section the labor captain was being hurried U"d.,taken' Smpplitt II K.lw.r.ln.: wood) 75.00II. : of (hut .....1" Hnnt. "|.*..r.. ..f foiftvloaura -
visitors in
arents. the ,
--- ) W. Andnwn. traniiitortatlanR. 10.00 mini and ..".t...... on Nov.mbr 17tl
from Mexican
M.jand Mrs. II. E. Thomas andittieon Friday night at the party given by capital to the, United C. llHllmruir. IranaportlltlnnII 10.00 A. l IJ. lt.4.4. .by Hon.. A. V. feonir.. JmUe of
of Brooker States. The altitudes of central AUTOMOBILE HEARSE A. Mpllholtl, bmomt 1.00 the olreutt, ...".1. I In unit. IW llruilfi.nl cnunty,
Floyd, spent Mr. Kobe Norman. Mexico had affected his heart and Alwejs on hand. The best! *..' .1 (' Mannlnir. hriHimd ..nll ..1..1.... In I hut etrlaln muse whwln. A. .,. (,
ISfiturday here with his Mr. school Tom llotlifp. repaint 0.00 .
parents, Woodlawn is closing today Dun hum U complr.ln.tnt ttml A. If Hnhllkwnn
death before the vi r. at the lowest prlrcs. 8i>av W K. Mlilillelon.. m.dltal ..rvl.. ao.on
came speedingtrain ,l Nlnn V Rrl.Hhv. bin wIfe are ,|lf.nI.i.la.the .
[AMd.'Mrs. J. B. Thomas. after excellent term of five
an K.l.lll.iwl.: .. huokrtJ ..60I
del l attention to l .
t.li.grsph Master. of-
| .r1m umlewliintHl n HitiniiMl will
could reach
fUrjand Mrs. J. \V. Lewis and son, months. The children have succeeded the lower levels. [)J{ .. ( W. Hurry.. tr.inai,,..rtatloli 0000 Per for sale( nml. will aell!) for each In the
The end wa 1ohn were visitors to Starke Mon- wonderfully and sincerty to I if out Ami brut liltMrr. In front nt 'th" Court
we hope
.1 W. Moriran. crayon I 1.04''
houii. d..nr In Stark. flrmlfonl e.iiintr. Mor
station San :1 -- -
[tUylftWhile there they were the have another such term here next Nicholas near San Louis [: .1 I W. M'""". booka 1H.B8 hi.... on MonJny the nth. ilny of January, A.

FaTuestatof Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr. year, only much longer. Potesi. C. JONES .1 W. Muriran. arayon I 1.00J II. 10UA durIng the liitnl. hoiira of isle. f..rlh
W. noKO.eO
arayon 1 .
I .iiiiriHMi of HKlfNfylnir nM/ flnnl iliar *.
[and Mr 4IW., J. Johns. Miss Louie Belle Carter is visitingher SUIiSCRIRE TO m STARKE, FLA I> (' Jiintm. rfpairallradfortl I Lh. fulluwlng ..1..11..1. real ...1.... lying all

tfr auid Mrs. R. B. Thomas and little sister, Mrs. Willian Stringfellow, Co Hank. not 12710 I'In" In tlrmiroril. aounty, Flnrtilti.. to.wtIrMa i
f'lnylon' John. frt.Anthony 19.11 .
"'oIDftlln" "u."n."JJoGI"'I" (Ill Two (2)) Three ( .
daughter, Hazel, were shopping of Starke this week. Moor., Janitor I M.OO M2|, ThIrteen ''HI) nn.| Fourteen (04') nfMlo '

, Brooker Saturday afternoon. Mr. Mack Carmichael and mother Pile Cured In a to 14 DaysDniMfsti SUPKRINTENDENT'8 REPOKT Mrailford! K' Collier C::0. *Tnkiirouh.Him. !book prlntlntfL 0.00 g.oo lItton'.k ttftiwn.to tIle I, Town or MliM-h of Htrk"I-*".. In T.mpl' ..-. .,1-( 'I .

M.r.tand Mrs. F. AV. Reynoldn and attended to business in Lawtey Sat refund '? r."J.I If PAZO OINTMF.NTriIls' ; Ouur.ty fuperlntendenra 0'...*)., atat.anent W. KICKI.ITRIt, $ail. .*.. to h<* male l ubJKi, ) to the lie. ,

twolittI i sons who have been spend- urday. to euro Itchlm t Dlmtillnif nr Pnxruillnn nr county ,.hlMll funda r... th, ....OIl.. of ChairnmnIf. tr. *.t.*. by the ThrM not. of which ont nflh
Pile Inalantlr' relieves Itching P11, .. anil ruucan m'trtnn.fiNi. was irlvvn to ....u.... to A. KDunham .
whll Io here with their parents, Miss Ruble Rosier who is attend- gel reacful. alcap! after Bret application.; Ala, November. 1024.C....., ScWel FusS II.* WIGGINS!''I. which, I I. nut jr et Hu' *.

Dal Nov. 1. 1824 ,_ _.____, .U_ .____, 411921 Srcretnry) and Suuprlntendent. l.>. R.' KNIGIIT. .
-- -- -- --- ---I TU'Cidpta durinir month u__ ____---__4114 ItS _. __._uo_ 8pvef.il. MiwWr lnCh.in.....
Warranta I... ... tlurin month44T& A, TKKWH
I 7 OHIT'AIMT! GOe4A\ fHe1..o vEQ-' : llnl. Dra. I I. 1024 ______ n n SUS.IJS NOTICIt!: TO llinilKim ,.ollrltor for vompliilniint.NOTUK' l2.fl.IIt.i4 "
I DID 'OJ FsD % l>l.tri.. We.' | Sealetl hlda will bo rmrelwd. hv the hoard ---M Ar.lrlJ- -- '
OLKS RAIN NO MO' A -' I as,. I. 1024. --- -- ,n_ __ IJ.KiHselpta of HunI. T.u.(..... of llradford' County. .'101". or BALK h
JJ I NM.ig Po I vdu .ln : _::: : l .. of
rr I month 1.84 1.1. at th* nrie( of the erritary" thalloanl ,
AINT' GONNA Hirt nolle U viv.nthat' uniiWr unit by
'lEa .'oursP.. ,Warrant laaueil during month _... at 8l t rk.. Florida, o'alock' am.
-- rerfHJn. .
[ d : nnl.tl; virtue of hut final loirea of for-
INCUR RAIN NO MO J' 'fT ? \ aih 1025 and) publlely
IMelrlrt Ne. I January at r Ii.u peed.It- l h the Jud... of the RfuntNJiiiKrl.il ,,
nut y
OM HOVIN TH t % ,Overdraft Ko.. 1. 1024 n___________ "3.'3 opvnvfl' for thi. ''' I.i'.i' .* ., r'rrtilt.'. In ami for tlmrffortl Count '
4o'riti' :: :::
I F HECK 00 TH1 01. Kl 1..1"01. the I'Hh icy of N..m"" A. O.IflM.
_____ Ford ....
TOWN ? FOLKS IT 1 IrauwJ during month AH 1") tourlnii In for .if. ttrfttlfoH County" Bunk a
I VOULD 'lOLl Jv.rdr.ft Vto<. I. 11124-------------- 1:18.27: Rldilora will rruulrail' to taka In ...h.n.... e".n.. nml. against Ails Phillip *t ml.! .
AlNT &OMNA RAIN J.) .. CuHlM'S. '''.101.1 No.' I on the above. two .N""e..n.l hand Ford. truekaanil ili.ffnili.nt.1

Ci, NO MO'J rial Nov. 1. IOU _____ --_--__-_____. 327.8: two '_,0101 han'l Ford touring, ..... Tb. until r.l.in..l.. M Special. | Mnntfrr, will
Ibcallita ilurlnif, fmmth, -. ... __ 47.9 1I.. hoard will pay tha balan0 abova the .effwr for .1.! In front of lh. Oitirt; hitterI. ,
Pop _ iVarranta iaeued" during month ..____ 817.1- a.rond hand ear and trtMtka In eaah.Thi. (I" Htarh*. FlnrUn$ ilurlnv th. 'Inrnl hour of .
( Inl. 1_. I 1. 1934-------------- SH.V2 board natrvaa I II ho rlllht to reject any ...,.. on Mnmlny Jnn 1911,. 1U2S to the hl.h.1 -
I I. A Bit *! nielrlet N.. I "' all bll- I..1. .....l l<.tit hl'Mrr' for. e.iiti tlit. fallow.nirIrll.I
u 'lal. Nov. I. IBM '_____ _h.n_____ ffl.31 f:. 8. MATTIIKWS.: trt'i rty lylnir and 'leilig In flps.l.fr .-
Literal rcelpta durlfw swath ______,..._.._ Chairman .i ('.."n'y' l"rt.I.| tnwltir
) Varranta 'IMUM! durinir month _-'_ R7.no C A. "UTCH.lIoa..t. "o"'nnlor' ) l.t tho n..rth..ot euIer. nl I.... .
Inl. I**. I I. 392-4---------------- 24.39 ...... U-S-St-l-2 ..r.uth*..it iimr'.r i.f thu north. .**! .|......... ...PN.'clfon
rol.1 riot N.. ( Townkhlii) T. Mouth of 'Itanir
Int. Nov. 1. I MM: __. __ .___ _. __-__ III.M 2'8 Seat 3.n'n: rnn Mouth: : 1 110 ynrda. thi-nn**
By Eecelpta. durIng month .. _ IN H7Varranta ,. .
Writ 120) thence North I 110' ynnlH.hna
I.....d. durinir month .- 10.00 In Ctreult Court Slate. at .,.,.101.. Eliihth: .:..r.;'JII< yitt: to the point t begIn.;( :
1' Ic : ,..I. Df. I. 1521------------------, 9U.IUI Judicial Clreult, Bradford. County In Cham- nlnir' unit e....I..nlna. ( flvi saris. rn'Or. .,f Nm..
Edward'McCullough .
; r>'.Iald i 1''. T aery.Sarah. Also "hfiilnnlnif. nt the South KIK-I:. .'n.r nf.
(1.1. Nov. I. IllS 51 11:. Plank. Complainant.Mnllla the northrnut. quarter| nf n'trlhiwl' q j ...1..
; durlnr t'onth :::::::::::::: ,
b* elpta 4.44 .s "f said "H* Hon I tl,. TnvitHrilti, 7 -J>."u. '- H.nj.
Varranta "laauea) during month ._--_- 700 8. 81.._... at ale! Dot.n"."".. 22 r.-it. and| run W..t I II"' r... I. t I.. W.. flln .
__ .__.____ ISSM ..
"AUTOCASTER tnl D c. 1. 1914 It aupearlnif. by affidavit.. to the bill filed of ml>rth. not .,iunrtrr,, .4 i r li-nnt
Illilrirt N' .. In tha above luted ....... that Mollla HRl'iwere .|,,..I.r, fh.nc*,> north on tml't Mn '> vtrtlt.thfn .
'11. Nov. I. 1014 _. --__.____u._.- "1247 David B.: Blown and Mont Ha.. .i. Rn: .t 140 y. "). (to th> ,Knxt: l I.>f.' of.all
dories month _____ _______ .
>celpia dnfendanta. .therein named" n.nrMrdanla norttrf-wt. | .*..*. of r..r'lvi.' t j i.rttrthuiitf'
Warrant ........ durIng month ,_ ._ *..50lai Mil the Ht. nf Florida. and ..- Hoiith ..n .m.tt, linn r.9 yn> I I- '.. thr-
of the le
.____ ._ ___ __ ___ 7IHelrlel .
1' r .. 1121. ias ,,
.lr- ( 7 VOUft IS J e I. .,.... .. follow : Mol.la 8. Dluwera and |Sri nt ..f "'orl"'J .01't t-mtnlnirw '*r "tm
sos LIT OH- Ma. tvonlraft reilil.I at Claj'ton.Ohio ..r. nr l I.... .1", "buflnninyr, II"' .' '-orthnf
I' M fl4ip FEDI_ rVM* VEft WiFE BOYS No.' I. SOft __. ..._.__._u 2." David and K. Hunt Blower tlaeaett now now nalilea at Rapid ...' 1110....* I-M, r of ini.l n.1. u i 1..rtO'.
._ ( ) during month .. ,,, ., .' *.
N rih
13 LIZA SO WHVDONTCHA ecelpta and age of twenty northiri't MI-' nnil I run '
Michigan over
jiM M Warrant* bailed. durinir -nth;; :::::- 1.10''City. la therefore, are ........... that ...."! I t.. .,h,,. II> I i irm r ft .>. I I"a.l
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Bradford County Telegraph( ''newspapers' must sooner or later many games, were played refresh crew been several days Youngblood were visitors at Graham daughter Alice Katherint"< of Graham '
give way and stand aside. ments were served. A large crowdattended working *" ... Monday.Mr. I were the guests of !Mrfiand Mrs

I I Within the past few years several ,.an
ti t'uhlinhed' weekly and entered as thousand new newspapers have been dined .b the Rellim Saturday.Mr. Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bell I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. YOLu toed
second class .started In this country; but not all A radio party was given -at the | Igadon Friedman, manager of Johns. i ... I I and son Lawton, of Graham) ,t era
matter lof .
at the post
j them have lived long. Some faded'away home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Rivers her Mr. )
I* the L. Joselove Dry Goods Co., spent | Rosa Johns of Sampson, spent the the guests of parents nd
i.. .... .office.. at H\rb:! Florida. after the first few issues, and Saturday night. A splendid program the weekend with home folks in week-end here with her mother, Mrs. I Mrs. A, C. Hall Tuesday
tffi -." -;:;--=-==- -=,- -- .' others lasted six months or a year was heard by a crowd of young folks High Springs.Mr. I Bell Johns. I Miss\ Lucile Hall is the guest ,?*
E. fl, :MATTHEWS.Owiwr.: und then appeared no more. Duringa and all had a good time. The following I and Mrs. Listman, from Lansing Inez and Thelma Brannen and her -sister, Mrs. E. L. Youngblo.. ,|, of''

I J. C. ROBINSON_.___.-.Managinc &dttor.I year or two some of the newspapers were present: Mis.ses Aileen Mich., arrived Monday night to :ijRonnie Johns of Lake Butler, attended i Graham this week.
that had stood the test of time Josie and Lena Bennett | ,' I
---- -- Knight spend a few days at the Rellim. the party at Mr. Johns' Friday
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION I and become well known in sections Ruby and Mattie Driggers, Frances' They are enroute to the southern night. I The Natchitoches an extinct tribe

_____ ____ 1 far from home, were ,"bought'out" or Eluen Amelia Harper Julia Register 'I part of the state Orlando being their Dave and Roy Green and Vasco I of Indians, who lived on the Red( ,l
consolidated with other papers, and Ethel Spires and Addle Mae destination. Hazen, of Brooker, attended the river in Louisiana dwelt in perma.I -
KATE one now appears where previouslytwo Raulerson Messrs. Clyde Crews I Messrs. Joplin, of Jacksonville, party here Friday nignt. ,, rent houses covered with sods
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Per Year .- __...____ $1.60 had sought to give the news and Clevis Dollins Fennie Spires Chas. Binem, of Ocala and Gailliard, of Monuments recently unearthed ,,it
.1i I furnish the views. New York was Kates, Clarence Sheffield, Arthur Live Oak spent Monday night at the i I Quite a crowd of young folks attended |,I Thebes and in the upper valley of the
''i r Six Months _ 75c particularly hard hit in the cane grinding at Mr. and
1 -- ---- this latter McGuire, of Ray City Ga., also Relhm. I' I Nile contain representations of harps
'respect 1 ; six prominent newspapers Mrs. J. C. Raulerson and Rev. W. T. I Mrs B. F. Renfroo's Monday night.
-- -- and flutes.
I -- -- J. W. Prissier, our agent at the A.
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\ i have become three-but tho Is
public .
ef! 1 McGuire.Mr. C. L. depot, is spending a while in :I PINE HILL Constipation Cured
J yet well served.In Habitual
and Mrs. P. M. Padgett who I II ''
all of Georgia hunting. Jie is a good shot In 14 to :21 Days
1 parts the where
country have been visiting in South Florida and many of his friends say they are I 1 Pine Hill Dec. 1U-Miss Leila Dryden "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! !ia a npeclallyprepoid -
development ia
I be in progress there will have returned home. 'expecting a turkey when he gets I I is visiting friends and relatives I Ii II SyrupTonlc-Laxattvefor Habitual
naturally I
:ij \ newspapers springingup. Dr. T. S. Anderson of Live Oak back in Graham this week. i Constipation. It relieves promptly; and
If the i I
: development is steady and Lake'' J. C. Priester Is had should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
I wax transacting business in filling the agent'sposition I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall as
1Y i. ubstuntiul the best of the two or I II at the while his father their their to induce regular: action. It Stimulates undRegulates.
Butler Friday.< j guests Sunday parents Take,
three |
\ : publications coming into life I Very Pleasant to site:
I "" will, endure Mr. Cecil Smart and Willie Crews I' J. W. Preister is absent. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hall of Hampton,
and become I bottle.
the of.pinning
i : / means to ho have been working in the Everglades I II I and Mr. and Mrs.\ A. O. Hall, of per---- _
'f r >' : many things of public in'el"l. spent a few days with relatives NEW RIVER I I I Waldo.
:1i Printing is
- _.. like a newspaper very I here, They are on their way to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller and
No. 4ii 4Meiunerohip other business uzi ertakings, New River Dec. 19-Mr. and !Mrs. ''I In''
but them Georgia to. spend Christmas: with family, of Graham were visitors o
( in NationalAssociation IIllhwayi. ( must be faith and hope added I relatives. IC.II { C. Johns and children, of Starke, our section Sunday. [
to the mathematical calculations ENT-A-WDRD
i ) when The stores in Lake Butler are decorated spent Sunday here with friends. I Miss Jessie Mae Harvey of Hampton -
launching a new I
t tf newspaper and filled with toys awaiting I< Mr. and !Mrs. Mallery Thomas, was the guest of Odell Wilson
project. The demands of the
day are Alphie Hodges Onle Rivera and Per-
; (ADVERTISING; orders from Santa Claus. last week.
serious lie world.and In competition is now with Mrs. Davis and little son, Jim of, vis Lewis of Starke spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and family -
Newspapers are frequently asked! the partsof llamas City spent Sunday with her here.Mr. spent Saturday with his brother,
f the business people of their com country the. big dailies enter and Mrs. John McKinney of .
by into the home sister-in-law, Mrs.. J. C. Raulerson.The W. H. Hall and family, of Hampton.Mr.
munities to bring to their readers life-and the cquntry many friends of Mrs. D. F. Graham were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and FOR SALE-Horse and Wale"tIboth -
I of Home land newspaper must be far better thanit I. L. here and in u-1 condition. L. H. Dobb-
the advantages trading at Floyd will be glad to know that she I Youngblood Saturday family were visiting freinds at Graham
"TraJe at Homo" la often given was ten years ago or get no pat is improving. Mrs. Floyd has been Sunday. Sunday. Inquire at Mrs. Ilagan's store

r r as a slogan. Bat whatever the newspapers I I ronage. very ill.The I W. M. Hodges and II. T. Parnell Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall' Hampton. Price on application. It*

may say in their news columns newspapers Florida had a short nearly time two, hundred the state hotel inspector, of Tallahassee I made a business trip to Starke Sat spent Wednesday of last week LOST OR" .EA small i.I K i ,

1 their readers are going to number is ago; I spent the night at the Rellim urday. with their sister Mrs. C. L. Young. partly bull dog; white and yellow
tradu, where they can get the goods .thcr a little less now and as in while on his inspection tour of hotels Among those who spent Sunday at blood, of Graham.Mr. pll'l ell, bobtailed. Will give $3: for
: they want, and at the most reasonable | sections they come and go I Brooker were: Mr. and Mrs. Jeff .
',vith the tides of the and boarding houses in Lake Butler. and Mrs. Dryden had as their the return of him, or $1 to know
prices. And, it ia largely through Florida population. Mr. Hendry representing the R. J. Davis Minnie Hodges, 'Carol and guests Sunday Mrs. Charlie Padgettand Where he is. J. L. Ogden, Graham
advertisements that they know whore newspapers average a little Casey Atkinson, Floyd and Crystal
Reynolds Tobaoco Co. spent a few Mrs. Ed Parrish, of Graham.Mr. Fla. 12-13-21
.. I they will find those things. If the local :'lof higher the than the. publications in most days at the Rellim this week. I Wiggins. and Mrs. Owen Bryant, Mrs.
state In the smaller
merchants those who want the '' the towns Mr. Johnson, one of the carpentersof Livingston and Wilson Russ and Oscar Estes and little son, Raymond FOR SALE-Grape vines, rooted;
people to tradu at home, will keep the newspapers are often ahead of the new jail bid the folks of the !Troy Andrews, of Brooker, spent of Waldo and Miss Ruby Harvey of one and two year old Improved
i the kind of goods the people want I with general excellent progress of the place, Rellim goodbye this week departingfor Sunday afternoon here. Hampton. attended the cane grinding Italian Concord. 1-year old, $1.50

and advertise BO that the people will mechanical equipmentand the South. We are sorry to report little Mer- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. a dozen $10 per hundred; 2-year
,.t know what they have, there will be means to secure the news of I Western Union Telegraph Com lee Sapp is ill. C. Hall one day last week. old $2 a dozen $20 per hundred.

no trouble about their securing the and town, state and county. The editors pany cars left here this morning. The Mr. Carol Atkinson and Walton Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Oldham and Dom Frigo Lnwtey Fla. 12.1J4t"bd !)
owners are men and
it trade. But rather than go from one women of .
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.. to whether they can find what they 1 combine to make a mighty force to + -+S+!+t+H# needl'peol'le are going where they exploit the wonders and advantages +

know they can pet it, or are going to of Florida. Improvement along all
:d f, Bend where they know they can get I I I lines ia demanded by the age and the ., S Christmas
it takes newspapers that will remain and continue Suggestions !
; 11. t -it.: The automobile( shoppers to _
'' |I to do their important work will
''j..n!' s. .' town, or the store where they can ,
\ i be the ones reaching out for better
get'what they want and it also takes 'I
j them away from the town or the service and steadily advancing along '
all from De Witt C. Jones
Icgitmate Ij
ei i J : store whero they cannot get it, or
r' : I' :'" where they are doubtful of petting LAKE "BUTLER .

1 f"' ,# it. A good stock of good: well advertised Thoughtful gift givers who seriously consider appropriate Christmas selections
r' : will draw trade not only from Luke Butler Dec. 19--!Mr. and !Mrs' !
', home but from a distance, in these Lucas mack and son, Bob, also Giles I are more and more turning to home furnishings as a seasonable remembrance (.)

I days of easy transportation. And Fowler, of .Gainesville spent Sunda> f which all members of the family may enjoy through every day, of many years to ;
, poor stock of goads or goods not advertised here the quests of I' M. I'adgett and + ,
so that the people know family.Hal Z" come. +

about them, will send, the shoppers I Maine, of the U. of F., spent ",
i to the neighboring town where they Sunday here with friends. tI.I. :
know, from the advertisements, that I Harold Wall
and Miss Ethel Graf I'
I I they can get the goods.-PcLand fin, uf Starke were in our town Sun Electrical Gifts i

ij 1 NewII.I' ,day afternoon.
C. II. Harrison, of Worthington .
I f''r J. SACRIFICE LAKE I Springs, was attending to business I. Always Appreciated
TO SAVE LANI it I hero Monday morning. -1 j
t I | J. W.
Townsend .
spent Sunday
Reports from the recent Hoods 01 n at
Orange Springs. Why Not an ._ ---
I East Coast and th ;
j lower peninsula Indicate very strong r.0 ', of C.Guilford C.; McCall and daughter Thelma,, I IRON 54 i
shopping here
. ly that satisfactory living condition'IS !
Tuesday morning. 'I'i This Year?
". I can never prevail In u large part o|f I I Mr.\ and 1\1 fS. II. C. ( 0 'i ;
that region until better drainage is j i Pecplea of Many women prefer to do ;
Miller -
established.That wero in town Saturday. their own fine pieces of apparel
'Ihoa. L>. Proctor, of Starke, spent :j; and the best manner
can come in just one way: I Monday
i morning hero of ironing them is with an I
Any disinterested engineer, given th Ie !Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. .s
) Proctor electric iron. One
returned be
talking can
of the Victor A
; facts but no Indication of what nor t All Models r" 'jr bl
Sunday after
attending thE and terms purchased at our shop for
of solution !is machines/--Prites
required, would sn Y I Southern .
Baptist Convention at reach of all. Ask for "s.1 r w $5.00: to $7.50
without hesitation that the only plai n Lakeland. within ", $ ? '
offering safe prospects of relief 1 is> :a I Mills Julia demonstration. r
Register and Misaie
; Cheap-EfficientIa i
sea level canal. That would do th,
Elies spent Sunday i in :t -(
trick. It would drain an Immen 10', Starke the a coffee percolator. It .
guests of the formers ,
area. It would leave room for the eu r- aunt, Mrs. Kastman.e brews the delicious beverage -
plus waters to flow away. At thi <<) right on the table and li ,
i I Joe Kohncr, of tho U. of F. V PLATEINDIVIDUAL
J dame time, it would ruin Lake Okee t- Sunday hero with friends. spent Perfection ,yf.-:.:. I is a gift that will last for tOil it" .
chobee the largest body of fresh v.a many years. .
I Walter
ter in the South.Sentimental Knight and John Lang =? tp We are selling them this
ford, of the U. of et c PIECES AT Z
reasons, howeverwould afternoonhl're with friends., spent Sunday z ;fit Heaters ::?\l1\, I ./ Christmas for

r1 i not suffice to protect the lake, Mrs. Raymond Cowart, of Madison, $6.73 to ;> $9.00 to $15.00 PRICES FROM $1.23; UP
1 It may be safely assumed that economic ,. ia visiting her TilE GIFT SUPREME
grandmother, Mrs. J. i"'""e" $lUO i
interests, stronger than thos,e II. Dowling, who is very ill. t !! -- Simply Delicious ,
I concerned In the reclamation of th,e Mr. lionner, of St. Augustine ands : Wgod Coffee can be brewed in COMMUNITY\ ER '%

land are holding back this obvious, Miss Margaret lekle) spent Sunday Heaters this Georgian style percola CHESTS 72 PIECES ;
J.i solution, and imposing upon all engineering morning in Starke. 'V tor. It cannot get out of order iJ
:e rt
authority tackling the jot) W. M. Wainwright, of Stark $2.50 to \ and there is no need of
i P the task of trying to discover a way nwua I in Lake Butler Saturday nforn- $2:>.00 lifting the pot because of $123.00Whether :;
": to drain the Everglades without t.ing.t Mr. Wainwright hud started \ the tiny spigot at the bot

spoiling tho lake, a task, we believe., ''on a hunting trip. tom under which the cups t
(a which is beyond human science. Mr. and Mrs. 'Stafford Crews, of a can be placed. she is a bride-to-be, .

Potentially, the Everglades and the New liiver, spent 'Saturday here the "'wa' $1:>.00 to $27.75 a bride or the mother of ten, <*>

l ; surrounding territory constitute the guests of Mrs. Crews sister, Mrs. ; her
heart will thrill !
woman on
most fruitful Loadholtz.Mra. Toast
IF area of land of equal 1 Your Shins

size in America. Practically, they are Arthur Williams of New Feel the restful warmth Christmas morn it she sees this

almost worthless! and state authors Smyrna, was the guest of hen mother steal into jour body, by new silverware for her table. t
ty ought to be used to Mrs. C. A.
prevent the Roberta, Sunday. New placing one of our heaters .
j sale of these lands, under presentconditions l I Mrs. T. O. Ruwis, of Worthington Perfection near your chair. Mother -:- :;

to unsuspecting strangr Springs, spent Sunday here with ruljatives. Oil Cook Stoves would surely enjoy one as a POCKET KNIVES, lOc TO $3.50 ,.'
are :
It is one of those questions which Mr. Jopling who is with Church- i .g $17.00 *.n'.4'4 Ing them this Christmas. EVERREADV FLASHLIGHTS, ALL .

ought to Re decided on its merits, regardless well BC9. in Jacksonville, was call- T PRICES :;
of personal interests involved. ing on his customers here Tuesday. to ".

: .-Plant! City Courier. Mr. Ervin Dcklc who ia employedwith t $28.00

the Columbia 1'hormuey in PLEASURE i
"t his parents. + Possibly someone in your family wishes particu :;
Mrs. Wesley Andrews and mother, larly for a Radio this Christmas .
Should it it yIfl
; John' W. CunlifTe, director of the Mrs. M. they get
f i school of journalism. Columbia university shopping in Roberta Lake City.spent Monday will)) be a pleasure for all. :

i has declared that the trendy Jeaso Johnson spent Friday In e L ,,1 l I Get them a genuine Atwater-Kent and every one t
::1 'I : Is toward fewer and better newspapers Jacksonville. In the family will be pleased and entertained for years.

f 1 public In by the President United States.Nicholas This made Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle' and Miss r I The twatel>Kent radio sets* are famous for theirquality.

r, Butler and as the big Institution Murray 1 in Margaret Townsend, of Ocala, spent You can get long distances clearly and selecT I

New York has every opportunity to Saturday,. and Sunday here with relative tively.."\oudonot want a set that will get "everyf.thing. ,

secure information it may be taken ,
b' for granted that the finding and prediction Dewey Duke, of Oluatee spent You want a set that will)) get one station at a tim ,
1 i of the head of the newspaperdivision spent Sunday here with relatives. 2 $ clearly and without interference from other station

ti I is correct. That there will 1 Mr C. A. Savage, who ia working o The Atwater-Kent will do this.
l \ ultimately be only well-established at Oluatee, spent Sunday here with t I.,

\, and reliable newspaper supplying his family. 1. Complete for $165.00 .+.

fN, the demand for world news and I local 1 II. Rosenburg spent Tuesday in I I, Cabinet Sets to $350.00 f

W, information is certain. The class publications Jacksonville. Y

i spit sheets and enterprises Friday night a party WM given at .. DeWitt ) i
I .'t%,! which have only a selfish purpose the homa of Mr. and Mrs. Willie \ C. Jones .

and offer little in turn for the subscription Knight for the senior Sunday school \

', price, incorrectly classed as classes of the Christian church. After ------L- HARDWARE .J

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