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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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isSubscriptionPer Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75&--Payable In Advance E. S. Matthews Owner. ". ..,: :
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LU ORTT-SEVEN ", STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1921. Nl'MBKR: TWENTY-SEVEN:'/: ;" \
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Uvers in Bradford County: .
IS.\. TOTAL LOSS
harged With the Shooting. I --

Fire Sunday Destroyed Baker County

-Jllvers, of Lake Butler, Standard in AUcclrnny.
ght ci Sturke early Friday !
and lodged in the county !1 % Fire Sunday afternoon totally destroyed -

ed with the shooting of the t tdo-story frame structure -

edman md another young in Aiacclenny, which housed the .

on if ,I S. Howard,' of Baker County Standard,,and the Masonic -

frtho itrei'ta of Lake Butler Odd Fellows and Eastern Star

highi Lodges. -. I The blaze originated about 2 1
lull >f rlu affair Friedman Ii
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o clock on the roof of the structure,

ibofrpitwi. m.tfiLts laeksonvilla of bullet suf- and spread with great rapidity. The ; i
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flames could not bo checked with the .
f I Iug.r automatic enderneuth
rman .1 limited lire lighting facilities at hand. .
his left shoulder,
The upper floor was used by the
downward and emerging
f breast While ho'is not be- fraternal organizations, while the vir
newspaper plant was located, on tho
be fatally wounded, physi-
lower floor. Editor Avery Powell, of )
c t >_ hospital have not yKm
? the Standard, also maintained his
) out ..if danger Young /
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residence on the first floor. The only :
+ ceived flesh wound above
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things saved from the structure were
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the jail Tuesday, Mr.Jisclaimed r i
en at hU newspaper plant being a total 1 ,
t any knowledgearprof Ions.'

the ihnoting, except that The fraternal organizations sus- c I II

bid b> the sheriff ho was tained a loss of $5,000 in equipment, / -: 'W ( I I
raw Jwith The shooting and woulde'wube while Mr. Powell valued his newspaper '

plaei d under arrest. Mr.ya6ts''a plant at $2,000. He carried $700 '

mi'inb. i "f u prominent Insurance on lh i 4r liter fiiniiK md is connected 1 k .
given of the loss on the structure / w
th the iverh Motor Co., of that which was built in 1887, and wa? % Ott ,

I I I formerly used as the Baker Count' (
eepoy from 1 Lake Butler on the courthouse. \\4 I :,',

httiQgare u< the effect that Ho"' --- -- ---- e
j t Friedman, were members1iarty WOULD CUT COST IN:'/ DISTRIBUTION f

engaged in shooting fire- |j OF MERCHANDISE ..
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Conference to Consider All Factors
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ai .* thi Bnpti-t parsonage, in Distribution "From Producerto
Uvera arts lunms, the shooting I ,
icker+ iiiu rferred'with the Consumer. I.J i '
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r liuir was enjoying.*I Washington, Dec 20-C'onsidera I ; ,
gram tion of all the factors entering into 1. '
(aged mn the constant firing
the distribution merchandise
of from
Drkr '.in. +mi ,'n-rod Rivera that "
the producer to the consumer will be
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d I >>n the: car carrying <
given at a conference here In' January -
land I hi man i "wounding,
of representatives of retail, .
'I Irver wholesale I and
manufacturing inter
? will he allowed to five ests in an effort to find a means of
!s uppearaiiLC at the -prefhearinii -
t cutting down the expenses in this
us soon if? the field with ultimate saving to the

report young Friedman "

Linger. j jiS i public.The chamber oil commerce of (he sArrest I II I' > '

SI SPENDS United States, in announcing plans I .. x

for the conference tonight, said the v .
IIOLlfAYS
_JRK OVER undertaking was tho Just of its kind t I .

AFTER GOO RECORD. from the point of view of the distrib-I r

i utor. It will be in' charge of the I ... 11 "
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;jve|, Accomplishments During chamber's department of domestic I,I UNUSUAL: DEVELOPMENT IS ('iIUm .IIlJGFS: St.\ .\ : '
I Three Weeks of Short distribution, and various phases of
PROPOSED AT CEDAR KEY
Bbion Now I nder Wayat J|I the investigation into-such costs, :MODERN:'/ VENICE PLANNED r The beautiful country home of !Mr. I

Washington. which Mnvestigators have held and, Mrs. W. R. HodgcM nuar Itrookcr Baltimore

i represent approximately one-half of I De\elopers Plan Reviving of Gulf was the scout of a pretty wedding board Air' rc"t'
Dec. 20 Congress the for various artlcles afternoon at two' o'clock, I
ngton price paid \ by Shipping Direct Route From I Tuesday here today (
l |k toda for over the Christ- t the consumer, wjll be entrusted to Middle West to Cedar Key when their attractive daughter, Luc- ida Western ,
rdi4' days after setting up what representative committees of business I rosy bucamd.J the bride of Mr. Dave 1 an
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i gardfd is a good record of > men anti economists.HecommendatIons Proposed.Following p J. Cirvcn. The brido was attended, I Florida. to 1 II

Iq1 9 ye ni.-'impliahment in the of ,these com- two of! by Miss Gertrude PurrUh. of Dukes, I 'cross I| ;
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}f (So we"k- nt its present short mittees, it was stated, will be takenup the and a resort days' survey of while Air.\ DeHinond Dukes of Dukes,I the .state by: i l t
port possibilities 1
at a final conference, of merchandise I was bent. man. Miss' Pearl Green sister .
St. :
Cedar Key, C. II. Harwood, .
xi -of thi nun annual supply distributor; with a view to mapping Chicago capital, and GeorgeT. representing |, of the !groom softly playad tho Wost Palm |j .
a definite course of action. wedVjmg march. ,
1)Ittt hgete pas.'ii< Iy the house and Lewis recent! purchaser of the time from
"Few subjects relating to what, is The bride, the oldest. daughter of
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and are well advanced with est to the average man or woman as service to revive brunette and was never more lovely I' January 11. :
k on a second one. what happens in the spread of price through harbor there. shipping than on her wedding day. The !groom'' I
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J. itsjienute/ passed two important between producer and consumer," New Orleans, wholesalers will bo is an upright! and prosperous young {KKKSTKD:. :'/ :'/ I .

d Vffls left over from the last aesl said the announcement. given first chance to fill orders already farmer. I!I. uf$
,l he $100,000.000 bill !for mod- "Periods of high prices bring aboutan obtained from Gainesville job- I The .cOl'emony was attended by a William {
insistent demand that the public large circle of relatives and friends distance ,
the battle fleet and the con- bers. !
of eight additional light shall !>u. shown why the cost of articles Regarding tho resort developments, I of the contracting parties. It was !i Surfaced rou< j' +
generally speaking should be performed by Judge It. A. Green, ,
Li.eraiand the Sl,000,000 I delici- :Mr. Harwood said: "Sketches have' by officers ;|
doubled, or even trebled, between cousin of the groom. charge .
on a ,
bill funds for s
putting
carrying gone forward to my people depicting I !
producer and There
lOldiers consumer. are liquors in :
bonus into
i operation Cedar Key as transformed into a I
HOLMES-DROWNING) : ( 1: ,,
j 5i bling a reclamation policy very god .reasons why this situation modem Venice. Some of the companies Ions of I'> .
lafaddition' congress approved the should be uppermost in the mind of and palaces of the Italian city I!I officers, all t
&* 4ebtc settlements with Poland tho average pern", since the cost of Mr. Joseph William Holmes, of''*ida tho |
Mil bo adapted, together with a Gulf
ndfJLithunla and sent to the presi- living is about CO per cent above that front esplanade. _. White Springs, and Mills Mully Marine 'I concealed by I s'' +

lentfiTfafit resolution appropriating prevailing in 1113. I Browning, uf Lawtey, were mar- bee been set : 91 4
IIOQ, 045 for use in curbing the "The complaint does not stop there. "The canals of the proposed' modern ried by Judge Green at hm otllce Mr. Sapp III ( I J ,

2urop: nT't'! fowl plague and other Profits not only seem too large but Venice tldai'of will be real, carrying a natural Tuesday at 11 o'clock. 1 appearance

oultry&idiseaseK. Four the public suspects that too many pure ocean water as op- !Mr. Holmes i Is a young man of -- !
new rum '
''n&tfc-ghost with France-Canada, people are !getting them, and it U posed to the stagnant and ill-odor- splendid. standing and integrity, now j :
Netherlands and eagerly trying to arrive at an understanding ous"xloughs. of the famed original. i connected with the road forces of + ;

-,nate and Panamaweretiflettbythi a number of distribution comparable, "Negotiations have"been quietly in Bradford county, while his bride, the 1 J, F. I I (r

at least, to the understanding which progress for some time looking to a I daughter of Mr. and Mm. Dud limning i tra fine I r
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% aeA iires "minor importance. the jublm has' of production." direct route to Chicago. We will be is a charming and attractive ''ring !grown ,,v
pereSPj' >ass.d bv .a.ch house. able 'u short a &K
( i While bankers, insurance com- to put Chicago tourists into young lady. The many friends of the i '
( AftofJJKe, ': iu.I""lay recess, the house panies and manufacturers are provid- Florida in half the time it would taketo young couple wish them.all happiness, one instance t g w
'tU.tnrl\ to' a fourth Nappropriation reach California. plying the .
ed with the for their
I IiQ i I means studying
) ,,' atlfor th p..- senate will continue 0U'1FITSmith's raise turnips "- ,
ods, it was explained distributors are Interested with Mr. Lewis practically pia 4'
.::0" a :ration of the Muscle ShoalsEajryYinUanuur.s M I( spring to
of the entire .
merchandise!, ax a single body, riparian right covel'80ll'le i
has completed the
Jtie r.on.". five hundred Cedar Garage :fewraise in !
wh.en faced with problems common acres and of i
'I installation of Hobard motor '
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It will act to all large groups of business men' Key, once' the principal port of Florida I ator set fur imttery charging.: gencr-Thin I i 1 I ship in the' i .' ,
Florida.
:$iWwnt'.*vetc ,of the postal employataafajry "are found least able to defend them- anil destined!, in my opinion, to be 'I !
I modem machine it combined motor
bill and after Muscle, selves from unjust charges, or to the most attractive resort in Florida."Where I a vith Ice tR

S 1&1''"put out of the way it will escape! from many of the conditions other resorts are wholly and generator to handle and.Ixteen"automobll.of sulllcient capacity II I destination .

t ...uj'the Isle ,f I'mes treaty, un- which form an obstruction to the"i artificial\ our landscape artists are Mr. Kahr
batteries at time. One of the' .
one
4 -tmsutlmou < onsent agreement ji j i most Wneient. merchandising prac- fascinated by the present scenic attractions distinctive features of this outfit ,U Purple Top Is
i ar action on this convention\ tices." which lend themselves to acreage .
Cuba! which albs been pending In this connection the departmentnoted development into a panorama of the short time necessary to roiharjra :I I been .
o ,years. II that owners of establishments I marvelous beauty. a battery, eight tours> being all the mand and v ,
timu needed to restore a battery to barrels to
on j. Motion .>f these matters employed distribution constitutethe i 'From New Orleans we mail go to JU full'strength o
appropriation i hills the sen- largest single class of businessmen Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago to GAINEY :

'gram' is indefinite. Outlin- in the country, numbering not /complete negotations! already tena- STOLEN CAR FOUND

for the house after the boll.a less than 1,500,000."As ,Lively agreed upon." NEAR HIGHLAND II. P. ,t
:*present tive Longworth of practical result of the contemplated r slashed three ( II ,

.Republican, leader, said that serve it is possible," the SUWANNEE RIVER WORK The Ford coupe belonging to Herbert men Friday
opply; measure would con- statement said, "that material savings GETS ADVERSE REPORT : Rltch. stolen the night of Dec. I ters, a ;

a oi'3ave' the right of way, the may be accomplished by reducing 7th from the garage in the rear of i was reported

000 rivers and harbors bill the amount and number of failures Washington Brigadier/ General his horn on Walnut street, was found of Mr. '

;jce A ched about January 15.Itjoorlty throughout all industry, by reducing Taylor! cbeif of array; engineers In Saturday by hunters in the woods ed J to b* the

leader said also that the costs of doing business reports submitted to congress advised near Highland. Th}' car was not dam- ty between

a4den bill\ permitting nati- and the ultimate price to the con- against expenditure oT federal" aged. Apparently it was taken by Mr.

to establish branches sumer,. and by placing the distributor funds to deepen the Sowannee river some one with only. a joy-ride in view by Dr. E. L.

'taken up some time during is 4 better relation T. to hit custom between Branford, and channel No. 4, I and when that was over was abandoned ,JEpperson
ers." near Cedar Xey. in the wood no arrests
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AY. DECEMBER 26, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
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of Florida in Short ParagraphsrLive HAI.I.'S CATARHH MF.IMCfVn wilt I service and merited attention, Governor I e
do what we claim for 'It-rM your system
.iiraMMiiMBiiir _OM inr immmmmmmmwnm*.nMniir..JT. CTIM. % of Catarrh or Duufness sauced. by: Hnnleo stated unit the board _
Catarrh.IIAElle. K anted i conditional pardons to twelve

1|Alsta of an CATARRH Ointment MrniCITfKI which QuicklyRelleves con1 and paroled thrl>e. Among the number i SI

jj State NewsJ 1 the catarrhal inflammation und whose eases were acted upon i I > _
L the Internal Modlr-lnp, a Tonic, which ""'
i Sets through the Hloofl on the Mucous was that of Claude: Cook, aoung I
wN.wew. r I 1. Surfaces thus restoring. normal contSltlona. married man from South Carolina. D.l...

Told by Our Exchanges. ,| Sold. br druggists' for Aver0 Tears. His pardon was granted on the fourth 'HI.in.
F..1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo Ohio birthday of his baby.

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necessary the spring! the inspector
it* City-This city Is to have a from among the government men on I stated, to finally check out. GainesvilleThe'chemistry department ,
ow' apartment hotel in the near fu- duty in this city will meet the Uni- of the Experiment Stationof ASPitNSAY
Gainesville II. B. Lansden; poultry the University of Florida Is now
fj/erected by a corporation of local versity of Havana team in Havana Ir -
xenL on December 26, according to present I specialist, and John R. Springer, engaged in trying to determine tho

;*. plans. A return game will be played field specialist in control of insectsof mineral content of grains, grasses
llearwater Gas been turned into here during the first week in January. fruit and truck and diseases of and the forage crops of Florida. It is

i name from Clearwater's new truck, have resigned from the servo also trying to determine by comparison -

"(kunkipftl eras plant, the culmination Bradenton-Dowling and Sons here ice of the Florida extension division. the content of the same materialsof

*fi.gitation over several years. are constructing nine barges which Professor Lansden is now on the other sections of tho United

K."",,1 are to be used in the construction of stuff of agricultural workers in Du- States. The chemists also are working "BAYER ASPIRIN"and INSIST !

, >aytona-An attendance of 2,000 a state bridge across Manatee river. val county, and Professor Springerhas with the sale pork problem in regard -

|eAcher from over Florida of is the expect-Flor- The barges will be ready for action I returned to the State Plant to the effect of feeding peanuts Unless \ou :>..v the "Ri\.\ t'r (cdoss"till; tablets von arc
ahe annual meeting early in January. Two hundred thou Board from which he was employed. and other feeds to hugs and are

w. Jucationnl( Association here sand feet of lumber will be used in He will be located ut Orlando. 'I' finding quite a few differences in not getting the genuine Dwyer Aspirin: Proved' safe

tatter\ part of this month. the manufacture of the boats. I hereditary characteristics. by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years: for
Bradcnton-:M. O. Harrison, mem-
Yna The Tallahassee
asses Fort Myers-A get-together meet- ber of the Florida legislature and Tampa Thw; South Florida Fair
house has just been
lgantryclub Completed at the golf links. The direc- ing is planned by Moore Haven, La- | president of the Florida Fish and Association through its executive Colds Headache Neuralgia LumbagoPain

Belle, Fort Myers and points that Game Protective Association, has Committee, has declined .accept reimbursement -
the Toothache Neuritis;
tors.thls: week were fitting new : Rheumatism:
will be opened to the east coast by visited various districts in south for damages done to
with fixtures.
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f up completion of the Palm Beach county Florida in interest of a state game fair ground buildings! by u prematureblast

g est-The P. & O. .steamer plans a bond election on January 15, commission. Mr. Harrison is an advocate I' on Armistice Day. The legion Accept only "n.iVL'r" package:

hich operates between Key in order that a united effort may be of a comprehensive system. of had voluntarily assumed responsibility Scy which contains pro, directions.

Wes Havana and Tampa, has gone made to assist in an early consummation game conservation and the restocking for the damages resulting from lljin.lv.' "Hnyer' laws of 12 tablets

o Ie to go on the drydock for of the work. of lakes and streams with fish. the explosion that occurred during .\1 H, hot tlvs. of :9mind 100-Druggists.

hauling for the winter schedule. I the celebration on November 11. In Aspirin U Lb. tritto mart of Uaj.r UaimfBrturit. "f M"""".,,,' ,m. .i.Unti-r <>r 8011.,11.,.<1"
pv West Palm Beach-Captain Ed- Miami-A delegation of Cuban educators .declining/ accept payment from the .

EJrendenton The Westminster win S. Saunders, 88/ year aid, of Saginaw are scheduled to arrive here legion, President W. O. Brorein, of

'byterian' church here has obtaine4lTO,000 Mich., died here of senility. lie at midnight on New Year's Eve and I the fair association, said "vrp feel "GOULD&; BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE IL"Jsb

pledged for the construction had been coming to this point to spend January 1 and 2 in the city according -I that the legion boys were not really Uttt PHMll ef the oM reliable 1IMON PURE" .n., "GKM BRANDS" MrM _

ffef" a church edifice, work\: to be- rend his winters for thepast 18 to Francisco Johunet, director responsible for this damage." ,,*>. eMtalnlns FALL PU1CB3. Blmmtmrt of QCAtlTV for u.. put forty: jwn wttb
. j'lrtVanuary or as soon as plans I< years. During the Civil War Saunders of statistics and publications for Flu.... C-.<... Ftl_ rikt-Hi"UQr ceadder ) et u.. .h.._.-... u.. BUT fee r'emta.

, organized and captained the 2'Jth'' I the Cuban department of public Instruction Tampa-"I'm not a Blue Sunday AtrA pct prlMlUt INSBCTlCIDKa.! BPBATBR8 PUSTBIta .." DU8T8.

Michigan Infantry which ho led and fine arts. lie has been law advocate I have been
as reputedto E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville FU
me.it st.-Fishermen here are form- throughout the war I here completing details for their en- be, und I do not intend to close

of the Isaac Walton tertainment. Prior to coming hero the picture houses and such like on Sunday -

Joane: of America with the expectation I Lake Worth-Twenty-seven ,thousand Cubans will visit the University of ," declares L. M. Hiers, who takes -
1 'ot going to the state convention acres of land in the Lal'i.Worth Florida, and will\ go to Orlando, St. n
ollice on January 0 as sheriff of .:sallie's tt \Jr :
-(MJ Orlando in January with a large drainage district has been advertisedfor I Augustine and Daytona. Hillsborough county for a fouryearterm i DA'
Biembarship the fish-story record of sale January 5 because of non- ( ., :
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Bradenton-Two hundred thousand, any- ,
of taxes 1920 1921
payment drainlge ,
hii be hard to duplicate.
.h\wlll\ thing detrimental to the bent interests
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and 1922. Most of the land lies from dollars for a municipal gas plant, TwCmptat1c' S
; of the community und that is
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.s.ritord-City court fines for the one to five miles west of Military 1 $350,000 for water works plant, with violation of the law must In this -:0
rat eleven months of this year to- Trail, but there are many tracts in new source of supply giving soft welter go.
$UOOOO for sanitary connection he mentioned slot machines "== ----- =
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Bled 23,224 in this city. During the the eastern part of the district to be ]I ; -- -- "
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urns: period 1,571 arrests were made, included in the sale, it Is said. sewers, $72,000 for storm sewers open gambling, INI11CII: HA I.I.IK) : I "I'm nut,surprised.. about your father.
violation ut the laws
ordlng to the reports of Chief of I and $20,000 construction of prohibition (,'OSl'l'I1'I.1'JoSllJfll: : : I'vn hud daily wires of bin condition -
D ic. Roy G. Williams. St. Petersburg-Consideration is small bridges across Ware's creek at smuggling of aliens, narcotic traffic from tr. iruy. That's ono ruanoil -

being given this city as the locationfor I Cherokee, Hayden and Monroe and other immorality.West "Oh, Sallie, little Sallie, what Imvo I I went to New York" ho continued

.. ..upiey If ;; ; market is4abnahed the new million-dollar hospital to streets covered I done?" he murmured and suddenly
.. a tobacco are projects in $78),- Palm Beach-Twenty-nine .., slightly ,'mmrrll: here, buyers probably will be built by the Methodist of Florida, 000 bond issue to be voted on herd civic bodies affiliated with the city rcleiiMod me. "I couldn't," ho breathed ,loot like to go ahead with the job
Richmond and oth- according to Dr. W. S. Walker, local next looked beautiful ami-.
.beaenk here from Friday. welfare federation have been invited "you so we're! doing until ho has completely
b aints, its was revealed when A. Methodist pastor. Dr. Walker saysan I Christmas and lovely. I'm sorry." recovered."
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!((Wells and C. B. Dunn returned effort will be made to overcome Da.tona-l\Irs. Charles Rae, of program to be given in City I resented the swift change in his Then ho hadn't run away just be-
t "Week from a visit to Virginia to any objections that may be raised Washington, D. C., a national organ of
izer of Parent-Teachers' Associations park Monday evening{, DvcemU! 22. manner. My spirit pride wan returning c-iiuBe of the scene in the garden. I
that far
St.Petersburg is too from -
Lpytervlyw I interests there. I The celebration will bring together wile HO happy. I wanted to Ing and
will make the address
other sections of the state which will principal
City-Cities of the central use the institution. i ion the P. T. A. program which for all the varied interests of the city in ""'hy ?" I flung up at him, "bu- al"aut1011 whistle

fiI{ of Florida, including Flor-ida' the cocoon cause, which those sponsoring cause you disapprove of flappers" Ho madu, ready to leave. "May: [ I

Gainesville\ Eustis, Ocala, I Tampa-Plans have been practically educational circles will be givena the affair hope will become an "I'leaso don't," he urged and he I have, about three dancer In a row'"

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4immarclal( : ) body to be known as the I by Tampa of West Tampa, en Jan convention program here Decem- Christmas tree but bearing no pre understand a lot of things, Salllo, .'nes. those New Year's rusolutlons."

iattit Central of Florida Chamber uary 1, according to W. L. Brown, ber 2730. Mrs. L. M. Anderson, of ents and minus Santa Claus, will bo In spite of your 20th century: sophls- ((1'0 bo continued)

':I> Commerce.ha.ssee. I I city manager. Police and fire departments Tampa, state president of the body, placed in the park. The program has tioution. Conic," he continued otter

will be consolidated and fire and other delegates also are scheduled been arranged so as to reflect the ing his arm, "let me take you buck to Tallahassee! Uenjumln C. Chall'e,

-Judgment of the DuP I., ami- police call boxes connected to for talks.Clearwater. serious aspect of Christmas in a the house you should be sweetly charged with murdur, In connection

tfoeuit' court in awarding $t.;>,000 the main department exchange. i beautiful, solemn, inspiring way, it is dreaming." with the death of E. U. Manning( hoe

d. Sages to Mrs. Nora Leo against Provision for consolidation of the two I Announcement is declared. Trying to lose consciousness! in been declared iiiHane' by a sanity

rt J Wilson and Toomer Fertilizerp cities has been previously made. made here of the purchase by an Indiana sleep was no easy matter. commlHHion appointed by Judge }J. O.
( ny for loss of her husband by I concern of 120 acres of land Gainesville-The Florida Press Association I lived the moments over and over. The
Love of the circuit court. com-
" jtl.. from an elevated scaffold at West Palm Beach-Destruction of near Old Tampa Bay, just west of will hold Its next annual Remembering his kisses my heart mission, composed, of [Ira. O. It

. Company's!! plant was upheld by. three dipping vats with dynamite was the present Safety Harbor bridge as meeting/ the University of Florid palpitated and my pulso quickened. Sr.was 11. /J. Uond and Mr,
11.premecourt. reported by Dr. II. E. Arundel, U. S. the location for a professional automobile next March l according to a state I had: come for one brief momunt upon .ivvynn, Chalr

{ veterinary inspector of tick eradica- speedway one mile in length ment by Ralph Stoutamire, chairman the fullness' of Joy, Hipped it, announced Webb. [Early his taut summer fur sheriff

1 ahassee--Convlctlon in Cal- tion in Palm Beach county. One of and a half mile track for horses are of the executive committee of found It sweet and suddenly it hud) candidacy the lint of

>1 aTclrcuit court and sentence of the vats was located at Indiantown, planned by the purchasers, it is stat- the association und professor of vanished. uf Loon county.buut
\ lie withdrew his candidacy announcing
Pitts to life imprisonment in in the Everglades, and one at Pine ed. The automobile track will be of journalism at the university. The association Ixwe-mnklng and petting parties May

11r.31 with the killing of Rich- Island and one at Barber, also in the the bowl type, similar to those at will be in session for three at dances hud for me been u frivolous / hlA reason for so doing Wall
that bin health Upon returning
J, was upheld by the supreme glades. Officials from Jacksonville, Indianapolis and Charlotte. days. Practical assurance has been and) light-huurted pastime a was poor.,
from trip to Birmingham,
a
was a minor but over 18 Dr.Arundel said probably will makean received by Mr. Stoutamiru that thing that had left mo serenely un- !I Francisco und,)
f'Pit: iof age at the time of the kill- investigation. I Clearwater-Mayor Frank J. Booth Dean Walter Williams, school of hanged on if such episodes! had not New Orleans San
other large cities, ho went directlyto
and Commissioner J. N. andJ.
McClug journalism, University of Missouri touched the real Salliu.
Chipley-R. S. English\ supervising L. Kelley will hold office as the will attend the meeting and an interesting But those precious minutes with the home of J. (C. McQueen hU. t

)Wp.stA football. team picked inspector of cattle tickeradication heads of the city's affairs for another program is to be built urou.lIl CurtiHH Wright in the garden! I wlfe'H father at which time and placo
work In Zone 13, announces thata term. When they met for the I the shooting took place for which ho
pur- him. Many other notables have been woro a little superior air 11* if I were
: part of the zone has been released pose of accepting/ petitions for namesto Invited and lire expected to take parton glad it hud happtMicd. At last I realized wan indicted) for murder by the Loon

',:666 from quarantine, effective December be placed on the ballot for tho city the program.Tampa how love could,] make possiblo co..ntyCrand. jury lust week.

23. Territory released includes all of election papers signed by nearly all great tragedies/ or shining achieve-

ii a proscription for Holmes county, about threefourthsof the voters in the city asking that the The query, "What are ments. rullota--l\Ien and women of every: t

f 14., Grippe, Dengue Headachts Jackson, all of Washington north incumbents be placed on the ballots 'them big wagons running about with Hut what of him who hud awakened civic, social and church organization

Constipation, Biliousness. of Hard Labor creek and west of for re-election were the only ones re out any horses" put in wldeeyoc me? have formed an organization hurt

IS* I*,tin most spredf remedy we snow Holmes. A few more dippings will be ceived. I amazement:: proved the undoing of My cheeks (flushed In the darknuss. which on Christina evening will
serenade homo In Sarasota and
Vclmer Chesner's plans to run away I recalled his stilted, impersonal every
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Pcnsacola-Rapid progress is being vicinity where a candle in" window
from his home the
in of
vicinity words when he had seemed, to come
made on the million-dollar KH- I l bids them welcome and In the poorer
South's Hrooksville. As the result of the question to his Benson. I had heard of men beIng -
c Greatest r cambia Bay bridge, spanning the last Velmer Is now in the custody of swept off their feet by the sight 'tllurterHhere candles may not be
unbridgcd stream of any great size Karl ,present.! The carolers' who will number -
Stump, Hillsborough county whom hud
of they
woman
Home
hletic Tournament between this city and the Suwanneo about IOUUr..uns/ altogether,
probation oflicer to whom ho
was thought, for the moment, lovely.
river on State Road No. 1. R. L. Ban- will go in uiiiln of ton each, making
turned motorist who hud
over by a Perhaps he really didn't are for
nerman, division has of / units. Where candle
engineer, com it Uital 100 a
nicked up the ,.lud as he trudged me at all, I reasoned and, the thought
pleted an inspection of the work already '1.1 placed in a window a plate will be
along the highway near this city. Followed of
brought sadness. a night
done and that for Christmas offering to I
state bids on punned a
The lad's his first
question at > sight dream-tossed rentlusnt
the 700 feet of steel work soon are to I the Emergency; lloiipitul/ Fund. inter
1)f street led the motorist! to from
1 % a car The next day I found out
7 t be advertised for by the state road in thu evening the .Hingurs, will conk'rcgute -
trl1 auk questions that developed he had
was Mom Nellie that Mr. Wright gone
department. The dredged fi1an.j\ about) two huge Christmas
i a runaway. Efforts are now being to New York business Although
on
timber treating Is Raid to be moro I Imes I one in the park by the hay_ and
made find
/ to his parents. Fath,' condition was undeniably!
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: than half finished. theother in the negro quarter of the
inprovod, after Ann C'ocJdington'Hpcn
TaTpon Springs Pirates have "ity" where Home :1,000: worth ofpresents
GalnesvilleThe reproach at the Windsor, I do-
total enrollment /
been operating in this suction of to the children will be handd -
I!' .. of the engineering college of the University Florida. They have Invaded this city idud to stay away from parties ,. out by Santa Claim and his annintiintH. -
c of Florida has Walks. near the house, new books
reached 231, and rubbed a hardware store several Santa will arrive by airplane
r 9 SECOND ANNUAL accrding to figures given out by Dr. days ago, afterward making their and telephone convermitloru constituted early in the evening, ncatterlng men-
J. R. Benton, dean of the my only amusement.
college. escape in a pirate craft that sped iUK'"< that he i is on his way
} FIRE AND POLICE FIELD DAY This shows a slight Increase over away into the Gulf of Mexico Jack Then came New Year' Eve.

oo the enrollment for last year, and Is Strickland and R. G. Lawrence, deputies "Happy New Year and a penny fur SUIiSCKIliK TO
the largest attendance ever recordedin ) I your thouirhttt," cried Curtis Wright, THK TKLKiKAI'H I ;
l January 1st 1925 aA' attached to the forces of Sheriff ;,
this department of the university. who had tiptoed out MO lightly that
niUey. weref, ailed in, however, and
e 0 The freshman class of the engineering I did not hear him enter. No, Worm In a Healthy Child;
STATE FAIR RACE TRACK college this year is slightly : speedily ended invasions of the ma Although I had not hoard from All children traaMnl.. with l Worm held M m.b 3 ,
smaller than those of former I rauders. Patting to sea in a power him ince that eventful night! I was ..lliiy valor wbk.b hvtkmtvit via l bkral...!u e
FLORIDA year, boat the deputies soon overhauledthe him. He chatted min. ll..,. hi miini or lr... "l.m'".h illMitrlaum.KUVCSTA.S1ME.SSihmT w
JACKSONVILLE 8 overjoyed at seeing
numbering 03. The
seniors .
number pirate vessel which it was found <, 22, juniors 31, sophmores 80 and gayly of the new plays on Hruud-/ thfr wrrtl will furk h the Mind liltPC.FV. -
o special 5.TallahasseeThe. Was occupied by two or three white way, and bits of good music while I the| dieeetlea..nd...-t mr.l-mrnt blmiinllnlnil -
; : 34 BIG EVENTS boys in their early 'teens who hal] : T'inio, K)the wh.Jn irMoin. N..ui.will!!>..
listened intensely. Ihnm olt M dbprl. Hit ..."me. .orl IJl"< HIM will .
.' BMUUIM it 10:00 .. .., tidiif a 00 p. .v e I State Board of carried aboard a small negro boy as Then, finally "What's on tonight! ?" la prthct: tumllb. riMMui cu..... IDa va hKita.

.'1 g ,i Pardons at un informal) hearing, the rook. All but one, said to be the he aiiked. "!* there a party?" :, ---

Boxing, 120-220-440 yard Dashes, Discus, o : last before Governor Hardee retire leader, were captured. "Naturally," I replied eagerly I To Stop a Cough Quick

: : 4 Pole Vaults, Hurdling, Wall Scaling, g '1 from office, considered of Its own Initiative I Miami-The state has advertisedfor "one has to make New Year's reso take II A YS' HEALINO HONEY, a 'I

:. # 'k Javeling, Bingville Police and : I the cases of several. hospital sale 1,317 acres of submerged lutions." cough healing/ nifldiclna the Inllamed which: end ntowi irritated the rough H...u.by,..
/ "Where will the bunch gather
land in Dade It lies between
::1 I Fire Extravaganza. I ii. L. FRAZKBATTORNBT Matheson's Point county and Chicken Key, "Here," I aouwcred. "They've tak- Awx/ of GROVE'S Cold Head O-PEN-TRATE Cold endiAYCS'11IEALING
:SALVE for Cheat
Police will Box Champion AND COUN3ELLOJI and followers the shore line from the en dad to the Inn at Atlantic Beach. /
: Jacksonville IfOYEY.ryThetsalve
The ocean breeze will be good for '
of the water back through the
of West Palm Beach ; AT LAWrOSTOFFICB edge : / :
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. : mangrove swamp. Portions of the him during his convalescence. .hould I* rubhed on the chest. end throat ak
; REDUCED FARES ON ALL wets BUILDING land are said to be parts of the estateof "And you?" ot children suffering., from a Cold or Croup..

I '- DONT MISS IT : 8TABXB, FLA. W. J. Matheaon and Charles Deer- "It war Father's wish that I should The IfHlln eeert of If.,...'he' Il.hli.-allndNoneIn.Id. 0'
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0 lag, the belief being expressed that have the crowd.over for a party, I lnrreI6P.e-lisle liel_ Ihn.dii the poise oa.

. 'I : the isle) was a legal formality to collect hurried on. "You'll com play withus ...s-:.=IISeara. ..: n A.. and 'M
Colds c.... and loflMazalAJCATIYZ testm.ol Sae"a
1 drip certain taxes that might have won't you? I Inquired anxiously: met o'ihe --.s Y

I : BOMO QUDONZ: TcMeU raw been overlooked and that the owners "Ill be delighted," he respondedafter Just *.k your druggist for HAYJS'

gas Tko to tmtr MM**BneM Qntateo." would bid 'in the land. a moment' consideration. r-LAt/rl: HONEY. ..
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/ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAYDECEMBEU28,182 t.PJlOIlCM .

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L r'; Influence of enthusiastic proponents FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL and I wish} you' a merry Christmas. Lakeland, are the guests of Mrs-\--

! i I of.the idea they have come to be applied REVIEW CLIFTON BROWNING Prevatt, Mrs. Fancher's mother and
i. i1 to the handling of all sorts of -' and Mrs.\ J. F. Johnson her
) sister.
: <::>c:. .. materials.The Claremont-City to order pavingof HAMPTON: Rev. Crossent preached at tho

department made a studyof additional streets approximately Hampton, Dec. 28-Mrs. B. Johns Christian church last Sunday morning

: .. C')=><=i.eiJ the many contributions to the two miles. is spending this week with her grand- and evep ing.

( technology of canning and these results Eustts Value of building construction mother, Mrs. M. E. Kirby, of Glen- Miss( Daisy Moore, who is teach
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are given in the hope that they for past G months totals ville, Ca.Miss ing In New River, arrived here lust
i'l. -- -- --- -- will help in clearing away the confu- Saturday. She Was
$389,200. Cecil Hall, who .is teaching inVest on her way to
: IIIUI. LO1)) sion and assist In the improvementand > Theressa
J f 21) Palm Beach, is spending the where she will spend In i
standardization of canning methods bill wIth and vacation with her
Jacksonville-Congress passes holidays her parents, SIr parents, Mr. and
I. // ;WIM: -KEEN Lice or tendencies in 'flff*w choice: of > the department states. appropriating funds for building Mrs B. E. Hall. ,Mrs. D. W. Moore.

.. electrical system and'type of motive I In the preparation of fresh vegetables bridge over St. Mary's river, loca- Herbert Durden, who is attending Miss Nettle IIarrls, of Reedsvllle,

., VTf i Mr. and Mrs. Archibald hardy, power unit for the railroad. for canning, a preliminary tion to be determined later. school in Tampa, arlved here last I North Carolina, is spending: thisweek

, I Green, of Starke, Florida, announce Tho locomotive is not only novelin scalding, in most cases, results in a Saturday and will spend the holidays with her friend, Mrs. E. J. bowling

, ,J i the manage/ of their daughter, Katie electrical design, but embodies I /greater or lean reduction In bulk, due Avon Park-Mutual Crate Company with his parents, Mr. and hire A. A. She is on her way to Cuba and will
\ /' Belle to Mr. Wallace Maxwell Wim many new and important 'ideas in I i: to loss of turgidity of the tissues and buys 40,000,000 ft. of stumpage, sufficient Durden. visit many points of interest in South

berly, of Highland, Florida, the mar- mechanical design. In size it will be i I the expulsion of air. This reduction to keep mill here operatingfo Miss Mary Nimmo was a business Florida before her return.

I riage having; taken place in Jackson- prodigious. It will weigh 31X( tons, ]I(1, nay amount to from 50 ,to 00 per another 7 years.TampaWork visitor to the county site last Tues- lli .-'J. P. Sullivan was a busines

:. vlllu, Florida, Friday, December the will be 117 feet long, fifteen feet/, cent in the case of spinach, or to as visitor to Starke this week.
: ? 19th, 192-1, at the Methodist parsonage I! little as 6 to 15 per cent in the case started on Davis day.Mrs.
high l and ten feet wide. What is more I, Josephine Sullivan, attended Mr. Murree, of Graham, was shopping
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Kev. W, }':1>unkle officiating. of peas. In general this shrinkagepenraits Island project; temporary bridge being
4 interesting still, it will have sixteen I preaching service oe:> Theressa! last here this week.
Thin announcement came as quitea connected to a closer and more attractive built at cost of $25,000.()
surprise to the friends of the cont pair wer motors pack. Scalding hag. very little effecton I Sunday. Rev. Hicks, of Waldo, will preach
; sixteen of driving wheels and I' the flavor and Ocala-High school building to 'be Mrs. Ousley, of Theressa, was shop- at the Baptist church here next Sunday
Green taste of vegetablespacked
; :\ q tracting: parties. Miss was '[ will be capable of hauling a train of erected' cost of $85,000.: ping here last Tuesday. morning and .
; raised in Starke and Is a popular I' in glass jars. When canned evening.Mr.
.. ,. 150 or more loaded box cars. I George Conway, of Pnlatka, visi-
,t I a ii r member of the younger set, while Mr. I The engine will not be built for ,I in tins the unscalded product is Tampa-City to sell $1,000,000, ted his uncle, J. F. Johnson, last visitors! and to Mrs.Lawtey C. E.this Harper week we' ,

\ / Wimberly belongs to a prominent ;speed, the puposo being to use it for superior in flavor. worth of bonds to finance 12 civic improvements Sunday.Mr. .

t t family of Highland/ and' is employed freight service exclusively. Its run- Chilling!/: cold water following including new fire sta- and Mrs. Milo\ Fancher, of SUBSCRIBE i TO THE TELEGRAPH

! .' I by the Seaboard Air Line Railway I II nir.tf speed, will be 17 miles an hour I scalding has no appreciable beneficial tion and incinerator building upon

I ,' 'i....:' 1 '. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly will make I i and maximum, speed 35 miles an effect on. the quality,, flavor, or appearance" which work will start at once. -
11 1! their home in Jacksonville. 'hour. j of the finished product. It '- 'I.

'I l' The Telegraph joins their friends One of the unique features of this 1 results in further loss of food fnateI I Tarpon Springs-Contracts totalIng -

I :la I :1 I I in extending congratulations I great electric motive units Is that it I! rial, makes more operations neces-' $0,538! awarded for building base. One
' sary and \Is therefore an expensive ball grandstand and club house. Day Battery
f converter station.
i carries its own !! I
.! CHKISTMAS'KVK: : WITH TilE The
operation. value
I This eliminates establishment of sub- | only to chilling ,
SUNDAY SCHOOLS I of fruit
Tampa-Shipments grape
I i far as these investigations have
stations along the route practice at iso
a
from Florida for entire total
season
i 1 Christmas eve the Presbyterian i present general In railroad electrifi indicated! Is temporary hardening of boxes. ServiceSaves
the pulp of certain fruits 21,000,000 Charging
and
i Sunday school had n charming program cation. i vege-
ij'' of music and recitations, and Through a regenerative braking tables which must! be peeled by.. tr.rd. Orlando-Tract of 800 acres on

from Santa Claus. Ford locomotive will have for subdivision _._
later a visit system the Cheney highway purchased -'--' --- ---
FIGHT TO ENACT: ;: BLUE LAWS .
i The Methodist\ Sunday school had the ability to develop electric energyat WETS UNDKIt) WAY into fruit farms. Time aryl Money For You
j 1 decorated and short from the maximum to ANEW
I j a gaily tree a ( any speed I II
r program suitable to the occasion! the practically a standstill. Propaganda Newest. Method of Inducing Canal Point-This place, to have Get your Batter' in before 9 a. m. and it is featly by 5p. m.

{ ,-1 l exercises being under the direction j The mechanical parts of tho new Action Hy Congress, -All I first freight trajn service by December -I the same day with, u better, longer lived charge than you

,4 of Mrs.\ E. K. Perryman, Mrs A. Z. locomotive are being designed!; and Same Phraseology. 1, I ever had before.
: -Adklns and Mrs. D. 13.I Knight. I built by the Ford Motor Company, '
x .r 'I ,.,-. \ The Baptist school also had a tree I while the electrical equipment is be- j Washington, Dec. 21- Propagandists / Safety Harbor-Earth fill being No Long Expensive Waits or Rentals

and a beautiful, musical program under t 1 injf built by the Westinghouse Electric have begun/ anew! the fight tg. en- I constructed preparatory to building /.t With Our
I the direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall. ,. & Manufacturing Company under act Sunday blue laws. Espirltu Santo hotel. Constant Potential Battery j

j 't) END RAY ./ ..----- Ford supervision and according Ever since the present session of I Sarasota -=---Sarasota-Fruitvillu ChargerOur ,

I --'-ilt |Ito Ford specifications.I ._ congress began petitions have been drainage district organized to reclaim
1Elil I Ir I Another feature of importance is pouring in from various equipment i is recommended all
'I points scattered [r2 ,,OOO to 20,000 acres of land; con- by the leading battery((
l ; I r -- I that the trolley voltage adopted for through\ the country demand- tract for work awarded at close to manufacturers. This improved charging method lengthen
\ ; l Brooker Dot. 20! -L. L. .J ohn8, of the Detroit & Ironton railroad electrification 'I ing passage of what is known as the $750,000. battery life and cannot possibly harm the

business" is 22,000 volts 25 cycles, Jones act to clamp down a lid an the i ii bakery.
I
I Ij 'alternating current a trolley voltage i District of Columbia that would forbid Arcadia-Business men launch .
j II. 1' Gainey, It. I' L'ewl3lmd; John project A WELL CHARGED BATTERY GIVES YOUR CAR
!I' ', twice ai high us any prcviosly all business and entertainment, to build modern tourist hotel
t" Thomas. were all attending to bus 1f 1- used in this country. including golf and motion
pictureson 'cosjing 200,000. More
: ness in SturRe Wednesday. I I the Sabbath. i:, Power---Brighter Lights :
f .
j Mr.\ Drew Kcddrsh, of Lawtey, was I :MILLIONS: Hilt HESEAlfciII Thd propaganda bears the mark of I I 1\I1aml-Amerlcan Legion to build

\ ; visiting his sinter, !Mrs. John Cone, ijXiOO.OOO home Quick Start Plenty of :
I I Science is tho; ;next; In line for a one guiding influence, for petitions four-story on bay Pep ,
I., Wednesday. front.
'I from Oregon and Washington have
: Mrs M. r'. Hazen, of Santos, spent windfall of millionaire munificence. the same telltale phraseology Try our One Day Battery Service just once and you'll always i
.. : of last week here with her Coming on the heels! of, the Duke and as one I Plant City-Paving of additional
part have
parents from this
Maine or Florida. Every mail your battery charged by improved method. 1 1SMITH'S
Eastman !
I millions for education, the (
streets
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone. I brings fresh batches to the offices of purchase of land for golf
I
Mrs. B. 1"'. llazcn, of Lawtey, was appropriation by the Carnegie In- course, widening of business streets, "'
senators and I
representatives. Back of !
stitution of Washington of $1,381,573for GARAGE .
I't; I visiting her sister Miss Cantey them all appears to be the Lord's improvement and extension of sewer
Oliver, here Sunday. scientific research makes this 'system and water system and purchase Phone 120 :
December record month in educa- I day alliance, chief agitator for tho ,
a
Mrs. Hogan Smith, of Sampson blue law blanket. I of tracts for park use urgedin Starke, Florida.
her Uonal philanthropy. The Carnegie mayor's plan for civic t
City, will visiting sister, Mrs. L. Improve-
Morgan, hero Sunday. largess is for the benefit of subjects .I Experienced\ legislators have been ment program. 1
that are quite new even among scientists watching the progress of the propaganda ,
1 C. N. Shaw iind family are spending -
the Christmas holidays in Plant and altogether alien to common I with unusual interest, remarking I Madison-New residents to open 1t

City with relatives. thought. To- begin with, there is embryology on tho similarity between the modern dairy plant. t
present sporadic
agjtatlon stirred
Following\ that are gene-I up
Tom Stewart: and, son, Paul, were in small Live Oak-Construction
communities in remote of tobacco
tics sections -
astronomy, nutrition, plant phy-
attending to business !In Starke
and that which warehouse planned.
the
siology. Our generation has as yet was unsuspected -
; \I. Thursday. "' ,
a. forerunner of
prohibition.
John I'lnholster of only a meager conception of the significance New Port Richey-Work
I t Tampa, is visiting They foresee a continuing progress;
J his mother, 'Mrs. Jack PinholBtcr. of these enormous gifts for presuro ing rapidly) on construction of hotel. 1
; tho promotion of knowledge in such upon congress until Jones (R. Wash.) :
recondite studies. bill is put across. That would be tho I Gainesville Contracts
being made
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Tom Dukes and of
family, Five
December 18th 1921. Tho world I opening wedge. The next move for Florida sweet potatoes, some ;i
Mile friends
were visiting and relatives a"l
would be bill to force '(
here this week. |'was astonished last; week by the announcement a strict Sun- high as $5 per barrel for big-stem C .
I \ 11n
kt, of two large gifts made day regulations and blue laws on the Jerseys.
It. A. Weeks was attending to business by two leaders in the world of busi army and navy, and thereafter the j ]
in Starko .
Thursday.G. ness..Jumes It. Duke, of Summerville, f island possessions as Porto Rico, Safety Harbor-Steel framing; delivered -
B. olson; nnd J. II. Kelly and ,
Hawaii the for In l
and Philippines. use building St. James
l'I Now Jersey, head of tho tobacco interests .
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sun, ClytU, wore attending to business ,
hotel
I of this aside With inroads successfully made in ; structure to bo completed by
country, set a
in Gainesville Monday. /ft| trust fund of 40OUOUOO for education I this way the movement would then end of present year. "
G. W.
Ilazen is
Improvingthe be launched to spread the blue law
and benevolent chieflyfor j
looks of our town by building a' new causes regulations Fernandia-Oysters being trans- t
the' beuedt, (! of his native State of ,,. to the states, ending finally planted from
name, which will be completed befortlong. In a federal law. That -n other counties to restock _
North Carolina George Eastman, of the : _
.. beds in this county.
., I Rochester, NeW York whose benevolences plan and strategy seen behind the >
Guy Long wan attending to busiTiess : I + '
Jones !
in Now River Thursday. reach tho stupendous' !! sum of bill. I I Bagdad'Bagdad Lan* and Lumber ): f lrT1M l/!

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Qoatright arepending $:;;,1>,000,000, paid the 2,500,000:; that That was the plan of attack care- Company to install ice plant. I ISarnsota I 'J
fully ,worked out 'and
the Christmas' he recently subscribed. the ?10- pursued by the I
holiday at
prohibition influences:! which resolved < -Fireproof 120
their old! Graham OUO/HH cumpnlgn\ for tlio University I garage; L .
home Qa. i iMr. I to put over the Eighteenth amendment by IQpJfeet, nearing completion will. '
of Itucht'Mtoi, and i ih' ,
surf! i "id I dviojenE. >
and .Mrs. A. J. Wnsden
are '
store 00
::4i"J5
cars. .
!Kush I'hevs and tli.> utln ,r leathers in i | '
pending' tni; Olniituinsi holidays with / ,
i From the speculating j --- ,
that drive by;' adding to Ia.-. gift to petitions. be'
her mother, Mrs'. Taylor. j I Is already evident t Lafteland-Site of 1,700 acres to
the University $6, OOOuu( to be die that converts are 1
Mrs ti. R. Gainey and developed national I
as
j j > family are j I tributed ns-foHowsva,000lOt being easily won through tho West home for retired t ...
) for the
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visiting relatives in Plant thin members of United I
City i to the Idea of trying out the Brother-i 1 ;
Eastman School f Music Sunday'"rust"
() $1,500,000
Week. hood ,of Carpenters
laws on the District of Colum- and Joiners. I : I i
for tho School of Medicine and Dentistry 1[ i I
LeRoy Waidin, 9* Mauling!, spent bin and
,
Friday .evening-ti re.,- and $1,600,1)00') for the Wom already numerous congressf f Orlando--Construction of junior I
Processor J. A. Boatright enter- en's Collegeto become available after men, assuming their constituentsthink high school building contemplated. I II
tao that way, are disposed in favor I
\ college! for men has been I
I talned the, from his
pupils last ,
room J established of the Jones act. Plant City-Citrus exchange formed
on the Oak Hill site At I -
Monday night Tames wore played: the I' As u. counter to this widely engineered 41: members pledge 100,000
lIme time Mr. Eastman boxes I
until a lute hour, when a supper was '' gave pressure ia a strong force of of fruit. A New YearMortal S H2
f,400OoU'to
if the Massachusetts In1otituta ,
served. Among the ones present, i i resistance seominjU l.I guided in ___ I ,
oF a ,
Technology and
were: Lolomuu Andrews, Cantey Ol- $1,000,0001':I similar way from one major Safety Harbor-sjThis.: town gets
,. I liver, Htellnm.iu Ward!, Ruble Gainey, each to the llumpujji and Tuskegao'In.t and reflected in petitions denouncing; source first through road provided by $2- I ,.
LoW and Toledo tutes, the la..t'Itt. to become 7',0,000 man is '
Gainey, Virginia I the Jones act. Daily batches of these county bond issue, completed' annually inspired
Colson, Royce Innley Wilbur and inutlnMo if those institutions succeed opposing between Clearwater and Safety with the advent of fear.
petitions are also a New It is
ill [ '
Ilarlete rlli"intlelr" fund of $8,000OUO by I coming bor. '
Guy Harvey and Grady Boxtre 7 I1l\r-j
December 31, 1025. Jt has been said congress. human nature-and it is good. For !
i i Lyon Crosby, and Alph Hazen. ----
On
I that Mr. Eastman to' Saturday as an Illustration, I, Winter Haven
The Brooker school rendered a was indeed ; Senators -Eagle Lake citrus many it has marked a turning point
Borah
.- -. Christmas program which deserves make this additional gift of $6,000-1 ,-Ferris and tapper 'canning plant to reopen about Jan- i for better times.
much praise last Friday night UOOtu, the University of Rochester by ppt into the retford petitions "remon- j uary 1, giving employment to 200 .
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I Ij the marvelous ofthe citizens I Htrolinu'I against the pRllsalle'of leg worker -
i Play-Christmas Carol response I I' I A little keen
islation study of
for such lives
providing
Play The Negro Trial. 'of Rochester in the-rocont successful compulsory j I
Song- drive for $7,500,000 in ten days. Nearly ;Sunday observance" in the District of i Key West-Ground being cleared I soon discloses the secret of success,. I .

Drill-Primary Grade. : 14,006 people contributed to that Columbia Likewise tho house re-1 ifor i construction of ftstorjthotel at It I is energy, plus will-to-nchiere.plus i
I i-eived its daily of Duval and Fleming '
quota petitions street
Fund, on i
among them being several l lafai :
moderation
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,. FOHO-iItTILJHNGLAUGE< .i>r orgawi eations with amounts t the subject. j I daily living, plus a sav 1i j
t ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE I ing from $" to 1000. vary- While no chance exists of the Jones ,1 Fort Pierce-City to award contracts ing of part of that acquired. i 4..;

1 --.- --_ I bill KCttlnjr through nt thin .hn.t apcroximatinir. U"_ tinnnnn T----_" *.n-.- I

I Henry Ford is doing the unusual VALUABLE TIPS-- I! session, the propagandists 'behind iit 1 street. pacing.\ ____ r I In this civilization money \1; our "

again. This time, he is building the IN CANNLNO: FOOD emu evidently swinging into line, for |I I'almett-Developl\1ent of method of exchange. The with ,....
\ man
pork
, i largest and most powerful electric !'R campaign during the next few
II + I locomotive in the world which, when Experience in the canning of food years. The present evidences of their /:issue contemplated to finance.!, proposed $12J)00) bond I a bank account is a better workman I

I i ,. completed, will be used on the Detroit products has indicated that scalding j| activity are more widespread than bpr"0'" mind is free to achieve I
'
r & Ironton Railway, the latest I ty( freshly prepared raw food materials ever. I j; SANTA CLAUS LETTER I and enjoy better things.
1 addition. to his railway interests and in boiling water, or exposing! I A few years ago when the blue law I
r i operating them to the action of live steam fora drive j Dear Santa Claus: I :
in conjunction with the was first initiated, there was a You know the truth of these ;
k f Detroit, Toledo &: Ironton Railroad. short time, has distinct advantages, I disapproving! uproar from all parts I I am a little boy 11.*r3. old. I statement :

t This super engine, which ia now according to information from the of tho nation. But the agitators have ,. have no daddy and my mamma is j Why don't you resolve now to <

under construction in the powerhouse United State department. of agriculture I waited for the first antipathy of the sick. I'KO to school I om in the fourth make 1925 a more successful year? 'r

at the Highland Park plant of the bureau. public to subside! and are now at it grade. I have;<< a.-brother and sister, I' This Institution is willing .'
A Ford Motor, Company, presents a I This procedure, which Is commonly again with redoubled vigor. I, they go to. Vchool too. Brother. is in to and anious ;/
most important development in the I but said to be erroneously called, I the sixth grade And sisteiis| in the assist and serve you. f.

electrification of steam railroads. and I blanching is. widely practiced j among Tallahassee-The supreme court af clasp\ with me. I :' .
at the same time a radical departureIn both home and commercial canners. firmed conviction of Tom Ammond-t Mamma works in the Telephone s

locomotive cOII Lruction. Commonly associated with it 'is another in Broward county circuit court of i exchange when BOO js well but she The Bank of StarkeThe

As might be expected, Mr.\ Ford operation, namely\ the chillingof second tlogree murder in connection can't work now. Santa I know you -
has not been restricted by past prac- the freshly scalded materials in with the killing! of W. T. Williams I will bring me something, if you do Bank 7

.: cold water before packing into the last December. Ammondj was I not, I know I will not get any thing of Helpful Service

t / To Cure a Cold In One Day jars and cans. These twoiteps, it !Is farmer on the plantation of ,at all for poor dear old grandmother __. I
..rd. in the preliminary treatment and the. killing resulted from disagreement aj[is dead and grandfather Is '0 .
T k LAXATIVC: BROMO QUININE. : (t bl.' '.). It a at uncle ,'
/ anMthe'eurh end Hr.deche aDd work j off th. wer at first applied, to a few specific ,; over money matters, Da\Id's. \ > .

,j,4 I .:,I Cold E.; W.CI\OVES; .t.W..Ndcbu.. SUo.. materials, but largely through. the cording to records In the, case. 'i Please don't forget me dear Santa ,t.l tt }s'A: : -1

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DECEMUER 26. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA

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\ ADVICE TO THE AGED IAl. rez and LucUe Mitchell I;, Mrs J. M. for S. A. L. railway,-arrived-- Satur----" new collar- on" ,please return to .
II I brtat.tannnlH,.. .lah I Mitchell:: Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, -I day with SI. Johns, Starko. Florida
bowcll. w...Jt I da..uch.wta CTW. I Mr.;; and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. a force of men and has ceive liberal reward. No and re
started work questions
relaying tho
1 track
Bits of LOCtlII1.JorllllltioIl Tutt's Pills through the curves north ol here. asked-all I wAnt is the dog
METHODIST ..
II. C. Wimberly, Jr. waa transact- 1.0ST-OR
..... in$ business in STOLEN-A small dog,
Jacksonville
.
apariyitt ffct tti Friday.
Mt M Sunday school at 10:00: Sun- w
M.mulattn., lh. bowel ..*.. ..tumlcUoo. I every Mr. and Mrs. W. M. partly bull dog; yellow or rod spotted :.
.... ,day morning. E. K. Wlmberly, of
.
taffftt T
Concerning Our People, Business oj Mii\ with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bible intendent.class Last held Sunday their annual tho electionof Wesley Sunday- the return of him, or $1 to know !::
:
Progres of the County and Town I Bullen. Miss Bullen is a student! of officers, which are as follows: H. /Ieloggawae a visitor to Jacksonville Fla.Where he la. J. L. Ogden, Graham, ",

Norman Junior College: Norman President! S. S. Dovrling. Monday.B. 12-10-2t t'I
Park, Go. Vice B. Williams, of Jacksonville
persident H. M. FOR
I Snyder. SALE
-Grape vines
I rooted i
was n visitor here Sundny. ;
Secretary and treasurer, O. W. ono and two
'JuniuH Smith of Waldo was in I Kirk Lewis, Abe (sent, Joe Tru- Miss Carolyn Fripp left Sunday White. H. I). (Carter of Maxville was hero Italian Concord.year old Improved '

own Tuesday. I by, Powell Curpes. eiloe Griffls, Bill afternoon for Klssimmee, where she Teacher, Mrs A. Wood. with n force of men this week worth a dozen, $10 1-ycnr hundred old: $1.60 '
... ft" _________ Epperson and HaroUVall motored will spend! the holidays with her Assistant teacher, L. C. Prcscott. ing on the road (coin the railroad $2 a dozen per$20 ;hundred.2yearold

i Mrs. E. M. Johns spent SaturdayI I to Jacksonville Sund.i' eve ing. mother, Mrs. W. J. Fripp. Social committee: Mrs..]!. M. Sny This crossing has to been connect with the highway. Dom Frlgo Lnwtoy, per Fla. 12-10-41
B I Jacksonville. I der, Mrs. J. F. Colley. a bad stretch through
Mrs. V. L. Sanders t Id three children At Christmas time when all the I Lookout committee: Mrs. R. F. here and is quite an improvement. -
Mrs. C. II. Brown has returned of New Yorkjiave arrived folks are home is the time to have Clark. Mrs. J. H. Bitch and S. E.. Miss Maggie Crews was shopping',\
from a trip to Jacksonville. here and are with he-parents, Mr. pictures made. Don't put it off until Ritch. i in Starke Saturday. ,I
next yellr-There will be next for I Mr. and Mrs. Wingate and children,
+ and :Mrs. Church. no The Wesley Bible class extends a I
as Villa Struth returned Satur- some of us. Hoover Bros. StudIo. 'cordial invitation to visitors. motored to Jacksonville Saturday.
Jacksonville. """""""-" ">"" l I J. Lewis and It. Matthews, Clyde;
day from a trip to Mrs. A. E. Morris daughter! of i Preaching Sunday morning at 11,1 ,Jones
and
Hendersonville, N. C., e guests of Mr. and :Mrs. T. D. Clark, of Jack- | and Sunday evening at 7:30: by tho '11 Ike Jones loft Saturday
for
r awls Shriver and Charles Wadavorth Mr. and Mrs. T. P. WaMrs. Morris sonvlllo\ are Christmas guests of her pastor Rev. C. F.* Starnes. their homes at Madison arid Pensacola !'
of Brooker, spent Sunday here. ia Mrs. Wall's mother. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- You are always welcome nt the to spend! the holidays. /I
f 1_ Wright. I i little stone church on the corner.PRESRYTEK1AN Mr. and !Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and!
I ]Miss\ Winifred
Wimberly motored to'
Ir. and Sirs. C. B. Catley. of Tame ,
Mr. and Mrs. George! Flynn, of Starke
e Jare Christmas guests of Mr. and Titusville, are Chrlstmi'guests' at Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner and I Sunday.

Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. (I the home of Mr. and M. Paul E. daughter, Pauline, of New Smyrna, Last Sunday was an interesting F R'h MILE\ I
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs t'
barlvai Strandburg and Marie 'I Canova.' ,- U. I). !Miner. They were accompanied I day house in wn the! well Presbyterian tilled with t; urch.people The Five Mile, Dec. iiti-Ruxsoll Varnen, Iof I 4'Lt. .

Brown went to Jacksonville Friday I' home by Miss\ Nellie Stearns who who were interested in seeing the Jacksonville, visited his aunt, Mrs. j
[Afternoon. Miss Frances Battler Albany :I will spend the holidays in New Smyr- prosperity of the Lords Kingdom.: P l P. Dekle, here last weak I'| .\
Ga., was a weekend gUiof\ Mrs. -
ao
i.1 I O. L. Beasley, at'her hom'h N. Walnut ( I The music was inspiring. After the Mr. and Mrs Marion Dowllng, of I ...".
I Lake Butler ....
Uvin Beck, of St. Petersburg, opening services a business session wore guests! of Mr. and ..
[spending the holidays with his par street. I r 15. S. Ilardan: in front: of. S. was held for the election of two Mrs B. 1.. Duke, Thursday I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus grown, of i I cigarettes lunches and I two excellent men were chosen, by I in aka Butler guest of Mr. and Mrs I
11. A. Weeks and daughter, Tampa, are Christmas guU of her | soft drinks. 12.12.3t j unanimous vote to (till this offlco. tl. P. Ucklc. Wishing!! You a I
{its Virginia, spent Saturday in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eg. Matthews Then the minister read the names of Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Dowling and I[ -
Jacksonville. 1 I Mrs M, E. Edwards and daughter ,:eight adult persons who had been ion. of Sanford, who are spending i "ryI"rry: ChrUtmai sand
] Miss Mabel Edwards, and Mrs. A. Z.i i' recommended for membership by tho t ho holidays here, visited Mr. and I' Truly
a Happy
Miss Gertrude Adams, of St. Louis, Mr.Mrs. Lace and Adkins, of Starke\ spent Saturday in'I' I session, and they were heartily wel- llrs., B. I.. Duke last week. I j
[Mo'., is the guest of Mrs. II. A. Tucker, Rev. and Mrs. Morey, el eystone the city visiting with Mrs.\ J. C. AIII' I comed into the fellowship of tho Mr. and Mrs. B. I.. 1 IHikJ have IIII! Now Year.
fltfjthf munsc. Heights, were visitors t t | incwooil kins and shopping! Miss Mabel Edwards .church. With the coming in of new guests: thei daughters, Mrs.' Dell
I Poultry Farm last Frida I will remain in the city for a I j uflicers und new members the church Villinmn, of Darlington,, S. C. and
Miss Hilda Lewis! of Jacksonville, visit!! of several days.-Gainesville j: i 1 is greatly encouraged and there Allis, !Mae I Juke, of Florence S. C., e.A..UTCHCity
,, Is 1 the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. I 1I1r. and lIlrs. T. N. Lh have (Sun.. I j seems u bright prospect for the also two !graixldaughturs, Missed An- ,
L'i: Lcw.-. on West Madison street. all Christmas guests thel Ith Tom | church to accomplish much good i ill lie [Hazel Williams, of Darlington, S. I Clerk
Limbault. of Sarasota, 1\ 1 1. and Rev. and Mrs C. F. Starnes and the community. C.: and Ruby Whitilims, of Florence,
?;Mrs. M. f;, Edwards and daughter, Mrs J. E. Futch, of DeL. baby daughter; came up Tuesday from 'I The Sunday School Is' growing and S I.: C.Mr. .
'Miss :Malikspent Tuesday shopping I Ocala and have moved into the soon there will be organized a Young and Mrs. L. (l i. Johnson had us ,
....i'In,1.Jack-O/l1dlle. Clifford Butch, who is i dent in Methodist parsonage on Pine Street.' People's Society. guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. B.I j I ,
Sunday morning and evening Rev. Johns!, Mr. find Mrs.' It.
:. Vanderbilt University, ashville, Next Sunday Dr. Tucker announc JOhnson,1 I
'
?Mr. and :Mrs Gerge M. Marks, ofJ't Tenn., visited his coif Hugh Starnes preached most excellent ser ed ho would preach a Chrwtmas ser M Irs. Millio' Touchton and .
g Movers, are Christmas guests of Brownlee Jr., last Monda; I. mons to attentive congregations, aiM mon. A cordial invitation is extended Mr. and 1 Mrs Q I. Blumo had as
111"" and Mrs. A. :M. Darby. he and his wife have been warmly to all to attend these services You ucsts Friday, Mrs. R. K. Parrlshnd :
I A daughter; wus born to r. and welcomed to Starke. will be made welcome.lttl'1'IS'i' Mrs.\ Sarah DriggorH. -

Miss May Peek, of Jacksonville, is Mrs. L. W. Strickland, ot,' 0, Sunday --'- .---- Hill Andreu, of New River was I
I Dec. 21st. Mrs. Strickl is the Rev. :: CHURCH BULLETIN: :' here on business Saturday.Mrs. .
A oast at the home of her brother, and Mrs.! C. II. Summers, of
ICoJ, f. 1.. Peek. 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs Manning West Palm Beach, will arrive in tho The services -wore; ; well attended !. Hattie Drawdy spent Satur- ,
tiny in
of Starke. Worthington guest of her
city Friday. Rev.
Summers has
; accepted last Sunday the
despite
weather
rother, T. II.[ WIIICS.Tal1lpnMollt .
fudge R. A.. Green, was in Jackson- I the presiding eldership of the Special music by the choir was well
lie Thursday attending the Shrine Hollis Knight, Gary En Carr ,Methodist church and comes to take received, and upon request will bo of the morn : e
COD
and Carl Johns stu his duties. or -
cetemsninl. Colley ts at 'up Rev. Summers
was repeated on Sunday both
I next, morning Baptist Sunday ,schools of Florida
fcfllr. the University of Florida, a pending 'formerly tho Methodist minister in and evening will send
.md Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Miss the holidays here with tives'. Gainesville and will receive a warm The Bible school, which meets at 1 rural Southern representatives Baptist to Organized the un- ,.

Ufeeti Alvarez and Billy Graham welcome.-Gainesville Sun. 0:45;: a. m., keeps its record in attend- Bible (Clnis Conference; in /Shruvt'-
nctor, d to Jacksonville Sunday. [ Mr. and Mrs. Everett 1'1., of ance wull, and visitors find welcome. .
a putt, f.+t January' ii: to 1 l.r, it was anlunccd
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You
1 1n 'New Smyrna, spent several < of cannot keep the babies as they Prof. Wiggins the superintendent in church' circlen here. \
r.Griffin and Miss. Hilda this week in Starke with his ents, are today-but you can keep beauti looks for a number of 100 cent --
truthM "re visitors to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Miner. : I I fill portraits of them: "Secure the classes next Sunday. per I

I shadow ere the substance fades." I Divine worship at 11:00: when tho
d'I'.d Mr. and Mrs Max\ WJmbi-t of Hoover Bros. Studio.. pastor will have for his sermon, PENTAJCOLUMN- o OR With CordialGreetings

( Green, of Brooker, was Jacksonville, were here Sund with I "Keep the Heart Fires! Burning." This I rr n nu
4 gr i "f her aunt, Mrs. W. II. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins have will be an inspirational survieo, preparatory for a

4ei I I i.lay.In Green. I the following relatives as Christmas to entering upon tho Nw Merry Chrlntm.
F guests: Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins I Year.

i I. I II. Hitch returned home Glenn Brown, of Sewanee, and (children of Gainesville; Edward The Senior, Intermediate and,' Junior and a Prosperous.

tin.. i after spending two weeks spent Christmas!! Day with his ,n"1. and Laurie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Y. P. U. gather at 0:30: and a ___ _____. .. .
r a' I taft.is .. Hollis Knight, who is at home A ho I I L. Briggs; and son, Johnny, Mrs. Annie full attendance Is looked for. All boys i" (:H li S.U.K-An: Ei'enian: 3 lube New Year.lAIi4JCCliTE'9 .. .. .

holiday season. I B. Barrett and daughter, Stella, nnd girls bo present at this lust service radio" Met that h.'n bran ti-itnd. I
I :Moitt, of Jacksonville, I all of Jacksonville; Mra. M. E. Edwards of the old year. t.o: I Dunliiini., It'A'I.
p6nt eck-cnd here with relaJacks I' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns r, and \Miss Stable Edwards. Evening worship. nt 7'il:: The pns- :\ SHOri'K:
es. and Mrs. H. H. Young and son, / tur will present the first in a series I f. :>ST, STKAVKli: solid; r-j;:: Ladles' tteudy-to-Wcar!
dore, motored to Jacksonville M: yard Mr. F. F. Clark left Tuesday for of picture sermons' '=', the luhject will Setter dog 15: months "Jwith/

r. I :?irJack Murden, of spent the day. .Sknrke, where he will spend the holl-''I bo "The Land Where Jesus: Was e --- '" '0" '. .. .. .
''e. .uc I t! t- <'JC hupa dnya! with his son, Mr. Robt. F.' Clark !j Born." Ono hundred beautiful colored
tents ,i.l.111rt: > .ll\arez.r I Mrs. Q. L. BAaley left Tuil who is superintendent of the munlci-1 I;t slides will bo shown upon the screen, ."'"
--- .-- for Tampa where she is spcndii |, mil light/ plant there. Mr. Clnrk has "! from which wu> shall obtain u fairly
"I I .l. \\ l.dudrds, and I few days with her parents, Mr. j jiint completed the strenoun work of good idea/ iif the, country "'o familiar
the .' nt several Mrs. A. C. Durden. I harvesting a crop of J peanuts on Ma flit i our Savior.: Wo cannot visit Paled- s t r1ra
I
ae 'l If.I ''I... I pinto south of town and felt the need but it la possible to bring tho
4 Mi- and Mrs.,=, J. F. KtcWiteron. ?!' ret and some good "ents.." He willet I, sacred country tu Starke by mcatv' t.. '

tr L .' )1' IMS" Jr., ali'' Charles L.ucian, and Junior K both at "Bob's."-Green Cove' of sere I'ictuirn' 114 will bo ,dmpl.ijod, /'

ci I :1 pe' I" .i I : 1'.ut of tho lJunald, motored to Stuart., to s fl Sprinl:2'i:: aril tho, tic> :m ...___ I
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da I l.\l' U i > i. 1 i.' moth, i .' ':rat days with Lacy Kickliter of the lifu of 1"111BrlnJl'' Ii IiII
I'it '' ,....... IJdrI ; R. Hardnn, in front of S. ,- the fhildrr-n, iiforur with your friundx, ,
-- -- I1. Johns. Xmns candles, fruit!gwLer; the l tint :Sitbb.-ith; in the year find,'
r. nine !i'a. ml is in I i :):kM Kay, who is a student 'cigars cigarettes, lunches and' nil in' th- place/ of worship. I 1

e > i ill, c' ,daughtl .: V. rk University, of New Yo soft drinkS. 12-12-.1t: ---- HIGHLAND -TIlii'hl ---- -- -------- .. -
IMIliSO' ,, t f' vill; come next week to visit I II
1 1o
I'I. I',' .. '1'Amelia' and Olive." Rr| Among the recent Stark. visitors rid i ', \1150. 4- Is (flier j r"y, aflldh I I "it,; '! el "I '.,' 'i" alts ,I.apa I. Limbaugh: Mrs. F. A. Scott Mr! : ,: IIx Midi pl- iMirMi very true I II

idt !lid I I lative: \\ !I' I 1 >.m-miin. of Tampa, was Uu S. Fernandez: / Mrs. A. F':. Murri, in. ,, I A-lt ;,M I II. SI,.'nht rbunl l .1. .,,1 -t'. M./ 'I 1-1. llc.irl. \\1 t !it.I" .ntt. .
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---- i ...f e ?I. and Mrs. L). E. Knlgi'i I' T. P. Wall, J. C. MannintMn, : ,rrir1vei., .- bit<1I1': '"I. vi I"ILH"I lure'I'rld'y. > !Ii
}. r 1 lIt> Junes aniK I ." !I..y '11'. IJ'i'.vnmri in a real estat l f.. Brownl" Mills Mali!,, Edward. I I It : I "A Mi-rrv. I Im niai.VhoIiiiik ."
111' tend' t I, ''er, :and l ha;; offices/ at Tampa an t nrli"! Darby, Misiies Aileen Alvo- hilt" Win,' at.oxtr.i, ,, "r cnng, 'fart intact' | : I I

a at ,I.duys 01'I seats. ---- --- .-- -- -. '...
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Knight, Paul Ernest W. A. Scott of fie Land. came Tuesday \ L Daddy, He 'Turn I
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several
h > t "1\ Long; motored to evening to spend- days )
with his Mrs F. A.
U Ht ; div.M parents, Mr. and
Scott. Mr. :ScTft; i < employed! in De- \ : (.orct-ry: I I'C.
I! .rdan: in front of S. Land in the Volusia County; Bank. -j

Ili, Jo) i-. \ in as candles, fruIt, i r ._.....- tta
cf ar: ""; .IIt'ttes, lunches ana Miss Gertrude Adams of Nashville x7 -- -- I
>Oof$ d 'a1. -. 12-12-31 Illinois!, arrived in Starke last ar--- -I:1:it itryF
Saturday and will spend some time in y
IChri -. tote is picture time- Sunny Florid She Is the guest of -
s ie are home and awareell'at Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Tucker at the' .. :( ; I
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,1,1 (p., -that is the time to Presbyterian manse. ?- ">1 J. .
gd' & 1.l c'I Itrod.! Studio. \ .."
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$. M.lit hews and daughter, Miss Setter dog 15 months old, with new ;
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lay larger eggs and are not so susceptible cane planted in this 5eetiol'\thiS I ------r --.r-' ----- -_,

I to fall diseases. and the production has been .'ur FOUR KILLED BY DYNAMITKBLAST :< .ny. a ""1""Ion.; We DIshman. N. D.
ir. I JEALOUSY ( M SKThroe : liaganian. Mary KacheIhoopop' Kach.li'Ol'rr.
Another point in favor of I ; henry 2Iat.'r: : IJ. atwhrnham :
fjARMERS1 FARMNG strong Hillsborough-Quite u few ref..... I I .\ K.U.y. i'n,. T. T.ro,. Ci.llian.
early hatching is that you can sell ators of berries are going out u\, r- Negro Women and 0.Ian :, .Ion.'a. Jam. .F. 1\1": \ "t..10 r. Doh.lll, '
: the cockerels as early broilers at I J..r 1 I Blown Into Shred at Barlow I 'Mary' J Gfloiaprliua. M. r. llrown. Wm. O.
and bringing fancy priceS on the I \ ''''''''' 1.1..1.. y Ynun.. Wm. C. Y.n..r.
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about double price Suspect .lftrol' C. l-.lcr slid Cha.. F. I'.o.
cal market. oar. of
platform Eggplants are I ; ''
hatched under hens in March and \ hwn parth', .. I? IIvln. mel. if desd. all
RMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE still being sold on the platform mar- Dec 12-Four Hi :'.., i lire tOrti.Claiming .n 1..1..1 an.... salt

I ARTICLES OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDtOnE April. ket while we have cabbage: turnips, de ( hi and one so' seriour.\ 'injured or known'h.rwl'8' 1'.1110.: "n,1 avid.11 rah of th.m. I..d.

BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. You cannot depend! on hens get- mustard English peas squash and the It his death Is mome'i.tii' :! .I|lv ox.us ..T., under, '. .* partios John, claiming W"' Cn nr...b In.>.

.. ___ .1 ting broody at this time and tho only peppers for the local market. pee tOt! the result of CII.>i explosion fl.". .r..Rieh"ril. and. """hlb.ld! II. John.. each
--- of otherwise: >m| Charles P. p....
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P& r- safe and sure way having icv ral sticks' of dy":":":tl' allotted I f..\"A..I I.'an.. M.mlo 1'... .ml, Hml. P....

BETTOR t'........ : HAYS ARE AHEADFOIt working day or our all-year weather broilers and fall pullets is to use an I Henilry-Part of tho crops ""atFvlda to h.i h r-"vc' been Planted .I v .i joalous nni W5S1.. nlni PVJ!* taw.1.1",1".n' uf' <.... B1 Interest''"... < .._... ,

BEEF CATTLE MEN conditions. incubator. You cannot make a more are selling for ns much as and undei the real In.. o of John- '.,i'L 1 1 ?;"'". ':. rff '"_" or oth.rwU.under i

,.0' ;" -k't" "Add! to this the absence of rain profitable investment. You can pay $d50 per acre and the whole acreageis nie one of the ''It'lll1l' <, at 2:30Johnnie I I: ,.'. .11"'unknown 1llo.. rmlihiwe. .re unknown ) an.o ..

LJIi;' in the cool months the absence of for it with early broilers and have averaging as much na $500 per this The de'd' Ire, I! In innI h..ln after imrtlrn*.-eliUmln." .'... ?? Int.r.,1 ,

Beef cattle production may be a.deadIssue the pullets the incubator and! brooder in driHK. ,1 tIlIi.i,,!, UIIF.KTINf : ,
? winds during heavy summer showersand acre. This Is a clear profit of from I
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right now. WowEaveritndications i ii \ men of > u nr, hereby nxiulrxl 1 !
in Flrida actual the very few stormy days we all to the good. $350 to U l.'t() per acre and improves < \ TI\Ylor'l to tw un.! (.1'b..-',>... the J..d... of the
point to the think how 1-11'<'''" *'"ul1 for tins l",..hth
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from a cat- have, and you will see that Floridais < Did you ever stop to the ground for spring planting. I Thoma Wmu 11II nearby I .., Kl'-rUta., ;In .11,1) fr limlf.rtt Comr.,
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(cleaning up of No other valuable are lost under Ih,. nil ,, .:
haveS 'a real chicken country. many eggs no badlj 'ijnnd by flying liny f Fcltrunry. A. D. tact.! .i Ih. a

.tI-Uck. standpoint. Experts state can equal it." old "fussy" hens 7 If you would keep Duval-Boys In the rural schools debris, carried thr .... i Ins bod! roomy Court 1.1. I.,booM nnmtiir, |In n,..101 bill c.ninlT.of complaint In Stark. I'lor-

Ivoiced'the opinion that producing --- I account and charge/ against the lien, I have i indicated o desire to work in wlnlow ,, the foil., ; t ih.' oxploMion, a' 'kh.l' ,".i, !In .nlt', t'.t. b, J. M. AI.oxliibh..J....... .I
IbeefJca'ttla in Florida will be a profitfablelbusiness "CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCEA as you would the incubator you the corn, sweet potato, Irish potato that ho 'Ih,, liin.lfoi-,1: (Vunlr Telmmph. n "
within half a dozen cr YEAR"By I A :I notel'd: } | ni Ii:\. : rn'wsni.-r il.i.i, ::.,| in atnrk.. Hr .iror3: \
theo I would never set'another old hen. It pig calf and ben clubs. net: ro known .1 i, )li I.,."Oli was )In ('minly. I 1'\,1.\ l I. hi'lvhr itntliiniiliNl. M

*tdosen years and they say that I would be a blessing to the poultry industry 'the dyti.mited 1 .1:..ilin,,; but Iliihni n. ..I.; .:.,: In which ihl nehru shall I,, pub"
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'. wlnnlnlC busts is before the rush. 'There was a country lad I knew in ever bred out of every hen. If you models for modern poultry to Boy lit rally :II.IM i i in frng'nt.g. In this ..".r, the llllo to wlilpli u aught I.,
of Scouts Duval Arm I i Ita 'iilted. ....ln.lh.. lrrmlanl.' ansI) renal..
prac- Annual at
Mzywhu have had years childhood who made it a special will compute how chicks hatch Rally A nohm ,
many kr."I'
made my ro, i t. t the poluo find to mortvavM sought to be cano>I M over portion'
itfcatfixperience in or who have rule to get all 'lickercd"! up once a from a dozen hens and how many ory. I net hbor' .1. -iiui-I Taylor Itusr.i.n "' same "'e follow,, towlf South half of
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convinced that breeding up native Christmas as the time. In fact he I with the same number of eggs put in I Columbia-Marketed six barrels of lima o th' \i':i.i. 'ion, planted tho |; R ",,,,''h. lUnno M Kant ana South half of

f.tockl<9 the safest and cheapest will often made the statement that he a good incubator you will almost syrup for farmers. Turkey marketing I dynamoxplod e I" "I 1".1, | tho fuse which I Ili I, il.mrt.T Nrth.-a.t, Roiithwmt qilarlcr. North'|".rl.r half of of a.Sonlhi.a.1."thmutiiiarlt.r.
method of obtaining a held that drunk Is the principal topic of interest. ",' W,".t .
\\ felt then the only time to get surely find results in favor of the in- I gimrlor of -. "'- r
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writ- Di.iithi.ait quart"
:jpaylmost in the long run. A number his bounden duty not to rubntor. Then with the machine the t'It, 'iuartr. South rant .r
that it was ; Hamilton--Sold two cars hag this 'I'' 'T" manor of the I'liosmico Ni.rihunii ""arl... ..n,' Nnl.n.t qimrtir of
, ';I,of I hints of this nature offered by let Christmas pass without "steam- chicks are all of the same age. Witha week and cottonseedmeal Tom I". ] $,'uihw' .... quarter all In Swtlon. 2|. asI|
bought one car << > I'h.'iihato'
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M. Scott of the Florida operaj j quarlrr of Northon.t .prnrlor of 8...
EPtofJJohn: 'fng up till she pops olT, for, he said, good brooder this means a little cooperatively. Assisted In torn Il l'i:.'I in }lir hiul boon I It tlon :s. nil in Towmhlp (R Ho.nh Itniiuc'I
-Experiment{ Station follow: "Christmas comes but once a year." more but less aggravating work rattle feed. In th" emploYl"I'1' Rant, ansi roninlnlnv In all Him "''''''. mon or
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3jDo not use a to think than with dozen hens in ] (011"-
: The fool! He didn't stop a us many to ko I iwii'o from the IV. Pl.riht, .

*adejor a crosi> between two pure- that any day comes but once a year. coops or boxes scattered about to Lake-Assisted this week in put- punyti'imin ., away comwa. I Wliii. my |h.,1, ,| ?..1! .,..1, of said Curl:
keeping and! of his ,.
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bred1; Idea of chase in time dark cloud Lake Show ,
This may be most people's I every a ting on County Poultry in .,i \, lion ho found that ho !I II.> Al.UKRM.VN..
. _'. tio not over-crowd! the summer Christmas but I can't make myself comes up.Your Eustis. hail los ,iniliioiKo, '"''."I Clerk. Circuit Court

Osf winter) range. believe it is. More people may be getting county agent has been sup- I I 'itttan o41 I li> i II! all.! Taylor ovor her has, not to'i imo I II I3o-it..ia| | :! 'Hv C A.U.Knlnht.puty a,!*.

IJDo not expect livestock to obtain a share of the "licker" moneyas I plied with plans for better brooder WISH HUME: FOR CHIOSTMAS? ie'.e. I I t tho oxploxioii though I

rood living on open range or among a result of prohibition but I am house fireless brooder and! brood POSMVH ar for I oitnnt ron I'tmi.irATioN
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Iptnafitrces, during winter; supply convinced fewer are sharing in the coops. See them and have them<< show lie little knew the sorrow that wan ..The: fug ". was kniiun as CliP ofnnors Jullnlal.! rlr Circuit."11 I'omt.llra Slat
Itheo 1with nutritious feed in addition I, drinking. And, what is of more con- you how they should be built. in his vacant chair; the best rury.
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I to"*hat they get on the range or pas- sequence people nowadays are think- He never /guessed they'd miss him, orhe'd of the hy. iiiln:,, gUlls used In thephosphat a Corunmtlun. complainant.Scrftna .

C turefivelvet beans and Japanese caneS ling of and celebrating Christmas in Lespedeza is to the pastures of the surely' have been there; ,,, .. I ..
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Pral. "'* blue couldn't his mother or the Dchnilanl.
"*iiri (COod winter feeds. a different way than twenty-flve South what whito clover Is to He see that s< JI1.f i I londii,' whet phosihlLte I KIlV I! '","""'!","!? by.irW...'( ."""n..1. to hc

S tASDo: not select the sire from with- I years ago.But / grass pastures. It grows well with lump that filled her throat ", jlll, d'hd.I t I.. I 11<' was known I ,. illicit lll.nl in ant I th. ,..lm.|l..". stated camo that Flurrl -
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[thejherd a new bull from another world! who carpet grass and is a fattening pasture Or the tears that started fulling as to t' hnnt.and the
; I of all people in the 11>1 II', a, <'up shooter he Issai' il..r.nlniu thi'n-lii namuil nr.. non-rwMwita "
f herd' and strain will infuse new of this and it is best in the fall when she read his hasty note to h. .. [b-, i of 'n 10.. Slate, ,,f Horida.' ami. 'h.,. an n.1_
ought to make more great ':n gotl, workman .
: nit- a I l.ti. of I the 'iiy ,,f Valilivla. 111.'.. of O.c.r.
his father
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blood into your herd.KplCiDo I, day the farmers come first. Now woods grasses fail. And see : and/his emp&verll( thllu'Kht well of Hln thnt i tluy, an. ovrr II",. ..... of lw.ntyony .
tine sorrowful and dumb, hiiii. It i bell. .... : II I I. thrrrfon.. onlrwl that
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not select a to all rules ,,
there are exceptions (that the .ijnamito\ r.-.llit i.fptuniii| ,| .
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Trim the straw of an old broom oT( Or he never would have written thnt in y art hmby
(,better than the one being discarded { generally speaking we farm people used carrying 'lit his ',lnn to enl, .1"1..1' l'> a,'."-.r to the bill of complaint
can't do better short, cut a deep rectangle in the he thought he couldn't come. his domestic trout. flint I In nalil raim,11 or hpfoiw Monilay, th.
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exchanged; you get less out of everything comes Willi IItoll.n, by ,,
center shorten the handle, fasten to nth day f .Ion"... A. '). isis, othi-rwlu the
.5 njibt, as well not exchange. along than any other class. Taylor from the POr house of the all.wntl'i.s, or .,iiid| | 1,111 will b.- lak.n a. .on.
and good have the back steps and! you have a shoe lie little knew the gladness that hispresence concern by which he0 I '....,' .by. ...1 li| "lrr.nlnnt.
blood improves will not' a
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probably oliujiov..i' It i U 'u.,h..r .ir.l,,ml thnt thin
| cleaner hard to beat. would have made, ordor b* puh-
] hed.?does its part, but both together | chance to read this until after ChristI That an unusally!! large nrlfo was'" llnhrd ones it wn-k for four connraullvv wwka
And the joy it would have given or used. is attested by havoc In thr llra.ir..n| County THegraph .
|.LH- work wonders in improving native -| day, but the Christmas season .ujht. n "01' -
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I Two or three strips of bacon addedto he never would have stayed. ,| ,'r iMibllih In nll' County and 8UU
[ Florida beef cattle. does not end with the 23th:; of Decem- The house was completely ",?ked I Thin IVernibiT" .Ir.lfjl.\ .
and
dish of macaroni cheese
K5'7' Native stock is good foundation ber. That's one of the points; we may the lie didn't know how hungry had the and the bodies of the victims ','... I O. W. ',['lCRM'N,
before it in the will ( )
just putting oven little mother Cl" Circuit Collrt.
grown torn limb from limb ,, STL'ADKINS.
this main necessity eata absolutely .
(material; beyond a stop for a day or long enough to A .
flavor.EXTRACTS .
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U a good bull. Two successive big dinner but in most cases we improve Once again to see her baby and to scattered over a great area. Tbou.,., Sollcllor for Complainant., 125-51.1.2.

f crosses on native stock, if the aniIrnal even miss the spirit of that one day. S S S S S S S S claim him for her own. the explosion occurred when the en. ; --mi ) ml'iiHPIJ 111.11' ruiN

!* .are properly fed and cared for i With the right attitude the entire FROM COUNTY lIe didn't guess the meaning of his tire city was supposed to be asleep,' Jii x:; \ *..I1j' V<) visit Christmas Day, hundreds. were aroused and rushed to,'I..'riI"1 "l">.11, Urailford County. In hiinO -
'will;Improve the herd almost beyond I holiday season, could mean so !much S AGENTS' REPORTS Or he would have written that ..trA.. ,, .
never the Hcenq. ""<.n. Complainant,
llrecognition.HENS in lives. Christmas should .
more our S S S S S S S S S S S S
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be the occasion of reinspirationto
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[ DO WELL IN FLORIDA serve those about us and to give/; Madison Solicited! names for Habitual Constipation CuredIn I hill It file app,) .In"\""C\" ..MHdavIt ai.punilml to the

S. 'f; FOR SAME REASON MEN DO loading car of potatoes neat week. He couldn't see the fading of the 14 to 21 Day Dun..n the :.I ; of what we have to thpae in n<*pd. cheeks that "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially non-.I.I". of ",. .. ...In n.mni.. I. a
All down the line we've got to once were pink prepared Syrup TOlIll'.l.axlJtlve fur I lubilualConstipation. a reailsnt. 0' I,. s\ "f Flriia ant he
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I'l'h '.ame thing that gives Pasco-Business men of Dade! City And the silver in the tresses; and! hodidn't It relieves |>ri>inp ly and II. Cuyahnira. Bt. ,I' ;,' .rl..n", Coniy:
and country
drawing power over people also keep country people appreciated the Poultry Show very stop to think. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days aye of .nlr..n.. ,:, ".1 l h. I. o.er
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life wholesome and appreciative I. thereto ord..i.
Iraaie_|it an ideal state for raising much and! were willing to handle a How tho years are passing swiftly, to Induce regular aetion. It 8tlmllll\lella",1 ......'..nt d.r.n"t be .n' s, ssll. non-
poultry. Money has been and can be these finer and better things' of deficit but the Poultry Association and next Christmas. it might be Regulates. Very Plunsiint to Toko. COoper ,,1..., 10 .pp..r to the blil ',k".h, ....
ofttjitfjsame civilization. We must never lose In asIsi. cauaa on 0' ....'0.. y", -'01"111",1
made from poultry here by reason would not accept assistance. There would be no home to visit and bottle. .IN' "r January A. D. IVU 0"",:: ".. 11th
conditions which influencetnenufand sight of the fact that "the hicks dear .......II..n. ur mid bill will he t..... ,, ...
to flock to the Florlldajlplaygrounda from the sticks" have the responsibility Putnam Large incubator pur no mother to s (!- STAY"YOUNG ".,1 i b. said ,tlel..n. ..t..
[ women He didn't think about It I'll nut say .
It U further or.L.r.d. that thl. onu. \
of keeping the higher professionsand chased by the county chamber of ,. .
from the colder he didn't Lack of health strength/: end energy llnhril once a w.... fop four aunaiwuti.: TIn
industries supplied with the commerce will start receiving eggs care; show* Itself In lines. In the face I ho llrailfonl County iv.virr.ipn a : : ?
lsortb4
thinkers and doers. Part of this is in for hatching January 1. lie was heedless and! forgetful or flesh and lack of muscular Poe imlilliihi In nalil, Cminty and. "tete.u'"
|Tbat opinion was recently expressedJbrDr. he'd surely have been there. flabby Thin 1.I"r. 8r.l 1VU4.
'
Christmas in the right ---- '
celebrating activity.LEONARDI'S. W. AIDHBMAM.ADRINfl. .
N. W. Sanborn professor remembering/ and Imitatingthe Manatee-Truck crops are growing ELIXIR FOR ,,1'1".1)' ) Clerk Circuit' Caurt
way
poultry husbandry at the FloridaCollege example of the Christ wrin was nicely and! lettuce is beginning to Are you going home for Christmas, ? TilE BLOOD builds! health A. Z.Hollollor' for. Complainant. 12-8Btl-2.

of Agriculture in answering the world's greatest server.liver/ move to market in carlots-some- Have you written you'll lie there? strength and energy. It keeps the

qtlnquiry; as to poultry conditions and lover. thing like 200 acres in county in Going home to kiss the muther and flesh hard and firm. the eyes clear MAHTKKH HALE:

.I\.ot.r ( good condition and of good quality. to show her that you care ? and bright. It puts color in the Nile|! (I. |"....hy l irlv' ..n thut un
{People from the southeast are LET INCUBATOR REPLACE Going home to greet the father in a cheeks, a sparkle in the eye and yin,,,.. of tliiit ....I.ln Jlnul 01...... of for**

', omma' to this state in summer, be- BROODY UNRELIABLE: : liENS Leon-The colored agents and fa- way to make him glnd,) ? I flesh on tho body. It is the ideal A"miro l> I I'UI nimln: liy*ntrntli\lion A.r.'I|y.nr N.::tvmnl'.. Jmlkt,*F 17th* of,

1 they have learned that at this season culty of the A. & M. College visitedour If you're not I hope there'll never tonic. ? LKONARDI'S th. circuit, ......1. In ansi| for Hr.Hfnr.| county.
It is time to start the incubator Stay young by uslnlf I lorlttii.. i In that certain "un. wh*>rn A. 1C.Hunlmm .
I much real comfort home farm and showedintelligent h"d.I' .
they Jean enjoy as Friday coma a time you'll wish you ELIXIR FOR THD I. niilnlnnt ami' A. If. ftahllk
?here as anywhere else in the country work on the poultry farm, and to, interest in poultry dairy, Just sit down and write a letterit I BLOOD. It invigorates and ansi Ninn V. Hrhtlkw. hi. wir nr. get rid of the broody hen. In the I' iha ..itnilcmlnni .*> HpmtiAl' Mniit.r, will nf
:.>\ the letter read. "That summer hogs silos and home grinding und will make their heartstrings hum strengthen the whole system, make far for mil'' will' sell! for rash to th' ,
*arnfort is as good, for hens as' forlan.fli South January and February hatched mixing of feeds for the animals. With a tune of perfect gladness-if rich red blood. acts gently on the ilkthfMt, ansi :...11 hliMrr. In front of the Courtfitinv :
chicks do best. liver anil kidneys. Insist oaLEONARDI'S. door In Ht.rhi*, llrndford only Flu r. I Ilor.
for you'll tell them you'll come! I others.At ... ,,n MomUy tin ath. tiny of Jnnimry A. I II
JaJThe hen has an ideal working day The main reason for early hatchIng Liberty -- Preparing land Edgur A Guest. Refuse all > I pil'lt, tlurlnitt thn Irani huiir nf sale, for
S is to secure early chicks. Good next year's crop has begun. aU druggists. Ii hipuriMMM nf tlnryin.f' nld flnnl ar,>*i,
In her working ---- --- : :
Ifl'I3lorida. January :I th\::: frillowlnii. diiir>rile.i), | real l mtnt. lylnir I iinillilnir '
early hatched pullets make good SUBSCRIBE TO TilE TELEGRAPH ...... ... .
4811la over an hour and a half 10nlCetJtUn Baker Cane made into I In I1rn ir'tr being
'S New York Massachu- j early fall layers, while the old hens" is lot*. On. (HI.) Two (3)). Thro. (Si), Twlv
in
or syrup. There was a good amount of A TONIC JC N WHITE& i siI i. Thirteen f list ansi Foiirlrn ((14)) nf
ifcietts. And it is the long winter work- are taking a vacation and puttingon CO.r4i Murk,, "I'lfi' ....n, or lll.ipk "V". In Trmpl. *,1.lItI. !- .
dress for winter. At this : l.OU'IVIUK.lty. ''J .... f II,.* Town nf fltarh. _
a new Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores" "
that for it is then Piles Cured In o to 14
ling'day counts Days _
rI .
{ ....101>.1.1113'I ; Si.' ill MAI* to t," nm'ltt MulijMtk to the )II.ncr
[tha eggs are most in demand and time egg prices always jump upward.The BraiUlMa refund money If PAZ( OINTMPNI I falls Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I ...,...... ::i ,'.f",1| by the 'rhr.. nnUii of which one of
kk1rk best The summer worktulitclay. late hatcher, or he who dependson la euro Iti'hlnd, .,. Bloeilin or Protruding Enriching the Blood. When feel Its : (hi* m<.t'flair*** w.. vlvnn 'to ...".., to A. B.fiunhnm .
prices. rile. Instantly relIeves Itchlnil Plies sod you you which N nut y.t tlif, ..
; however is long enough the old broody hen will not be in cau get n.Uul IiMp after flrot application.' Bite. | strengthening& Invigorating effect see how Ba; FL'rs'tX H B. IfVIGIIT.
55 '.. the running for these high prices Special. M..... InCh.n...,.
it brings color to the check and how
*''I CREWS.s.Ilutlr .
A.
..Ft o.rida'8 mornings and evenings says II. B. Lansden. formerly Flor.Ida'lI G GO&GCG (fjMj@I It Improves the appetite you will then -- -NOTICE-- TO- MlllllKltHi.aw -- -- for eomplttlnnnt.ftVtvhy 1I.1I.1It-1..
S extension poultryman now .
,re.Jo; clear, so free from cloud and I appreciate Its true tonic values 14..1... will b. noli.il i I.. Ihn llnarilof MAsTr-145C: ; 'IIoCrrO; ;s.tl.K
.t ,,_ hens are up and out long working in Duval county. DcsideHthis | Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply I, lloml rrr'aS.. .., llrailforil ('<,,.n'". .' .. -
[hftforn and after sunset. It early-hatched pullets always Practical I Ida at th<- uffloo of I lh.. Mirvtnry of thHoanl noilr i h irNftt thnt unilur Hn sunrise make and breeders. I Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So at Htarkt. Florist. unlll 2 o'clock pm virtu.* ,,f that certain final i|l.ersof for**
woQ)f/ be hard to improve on our larger, stronger I pleasant even children like It. The blood JanuarY Blh I02B ami: itt hat tlm pubIlily .'l.sir.omash. hy ih. Jiuin| (if Ito BlithtllJuillrial /
oiwnrti for It.. following .....Ipm...' : i Circuit I In. And for Rrailfonl County,
..; Nurse Tells :J need. qUININE to Purify it and IRON to Two ,.". tort truck. with. ...,.1 Ulimp hnfllM Flon.lu on lli.r I'ltb.' "lay of Nov.mbir A. LI.
t.-; i 1_ Ull I 8 .! Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germ and Otto Ki.nl tourlna' car. .1021, ,In favor <*f Ilrarffonl. County Dank. Irni.onslin
_iiri r i and mralnvt Ada Phiilipe .| .10! ,
\ In xchanii
m\air4 to taki.
\H Grip germs by It. Strengthening Invigorating Dl'lil'i. will hv \
.Mrs. N. E. Snow of Rout
ifffi'lantM.Thm .
the ahoy two ....,,",1 hand Ponl truck
L 1. Paris Tenn. tells the Effect 600. m ,.. .ni.-eain.'i.| 1'1.1| Master, will
near .1 two Mconrf haml K"nl >rln* can nn | <
tory of her experience M I --- --- ---- The" board will pay the balance. ...".. lhwnml i.fTr for ..1!** In frunl of th* Court booms. *
Motors ..... ami irmlm In .rain In Slarlto Kl"r.n( *JnHnii th. tn..! hour ofalu
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hand
[Ciishman Offset follows: -.0..." J.Xj1l 5i305 .. It:. ran th. rIght to rej.cl any .n Monitor Jan nth. lESS to the hl.hmt -
"I am 62 years old and I I Tb.hoard, rSrVSN and. heat hi.'...-. r..r cash the followlmrImrrlhrd
0 have been a practical nun ". all Lids. I B.!: 8. MATTHKWH .. ,..,,'...rty Jjrln, and being 'In llradfur -
i. Chairman.r. .l (...on.., r'lnrUla towit t
for more than 20 years, taking ., I A ad a Full Line ..f "n flfifinrtlnir' nl thi northvait corner nf th.
mostly maternity cases. A. YUTCfl.5.er.ti'y.. I2...&.-,-, .....lh.iut 'issartcr of f h. northeast qtiartr ufMotion
1 For One of my daughters suffered (JRJ.fOkr9'Sppii4SAflMlilLE tX RA In Tuwnnhlii. 7. Sooth nf Ramr
from at She I -- 22: SasS find run Sooth Jill ,....., th..nc.t
cramping '
acorN FOR PVIIUCATIONIn ...,.,
.. Wxt 290 yar U, thne<* North liD .
would just bend double and HEARS {flAlwara rinult Court. B.... of "0.1.... Blirhth: 'h.".. FoUl i'20 ya..... to ih* point) of \**\ .
have to go to bed. I on hand Th. IM-M *vrat Judicial Circuit Bradford County. In Chan- fling and enntalnlnir .IIv. acres more or Ira.
nt th' Snot) .....t corn.. 'ifh
'I ... th" loixil prices.rI.mi !Hr""- ..,,. AUo b-lnnlnif *
northaaat "un.la..f northvaat) quarterf
*
IntertypesLinotypes .st.ntky So t.I.rvpi, asRi'i..tered Sarah E: Plank...Complainant.M'.lllo cold "Section 1A. Townhip 7, flonth Ran.fi*
S 22 Kaat anSI run Wiat 410 yard to the' Weal
ra. Embalmer.DeWITT 8. "10...... oC at" Drfunrfant. line( nf laid. nnrtlicMt. ".......'r of narthatUart
5 CARGUIo I --- It .",....In" hy affidavit'. In th. bill ftl..1In ... thfnef north on nni'f' Hn. 1A yard
: 9 111 Inn ab..v. dated' .ai..... 110.folil.. 8Hlnvwn. l"'n." East. 440 ,...* to (h.' Kant line ofsaisi
C. JONES David f.:. mo",... .n.1| M..nt n...- rthiMt nf northra iiuartrr.hn .
and Mitt th. ....r."d."'. Ih.r.ln ...m.,1... nnn.rMlrfmta .> South >n'rrln!;;( 0(1( yard to tht. I
-1 STARKE.SEAIIUARD viA nf Ih. H.... nf "10''''.. and r..I.IM .- ......1 ..f Positioning ansi l rnntnlnlrm' Hvo acre.mu *) ...::.l
!$I .. ?..Hnws : Mollln H ni.iw.r. and .* or .I-**. el..> "-irlnnln.f ,M5 yartla north r.;;::
Linographs The Woman's Tonic .-ws '' -r...." David K.: ....... now ....101... a'. Cla llepl.1Cllr. u.n.Ohlu ..f .oiithttaat r,'.rnir of *,nbt' ni.rth aat <|tu rtfrf
.10'' at
I and Mont Ill-tt now r>ortht Muaricr sni l run North .775 yard
TIME: TABLE M..hl.an. aid ar. "..r lila ,,' iwcntvaiw ;:, tlu() nrtrtht, .a,t ri>rnT *if laid .nortmaatIHrt'r S
'a was recommended to her and r.ara.: It ,la th..r..fur.. ordrrfd IbM ald. ". of n"ftbr.mt ".r.,-.. thence West
.
she only had to take about ann.rwld.nt .bfmdanta "lm and ar hwbyrnniltvd 22/1 yard... more nr 1 I.... > thence South 78 yar..1..h..r. .

"I The last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly two bottles, when the hardly (In effect November 16, 1021.) .!a.aaW If> appmr BUM on In 1'oe'". ..bill.,'...of Mnn-lav.nimiilalntllrd tnJhU I ,. .''n.<*>if"..hrviniur., 230 yflfilK and morv fontalnlnii or !less ten to Mere th.
>'
knew that it was ., aM SouthboundNo. 0' 'I I .... TownahlpH.U.N 7.
installed. of d.r I..MAN!? .Tt SKTSm m. .r I 1*M. all in' Sestlon 35.
operation. ..
Simple .
suffered! .-
,1 "M y youngest daughter No. 3, 11:02: a. m. I..VtiSU%.....5rtSi.. nrd.... b.puhllshd R.Special A. .nanN Miwlrr.F .
.
wan nm-ilov.n. weak and a ..aafc. for four r..n ant
M
added the Bradford and looked like she No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m. llradford County T.I-rr.Dh.. a JOHNS' .1254112.r4oTici .
[One cf those motor ha* just been to nervous J In th. and "Hnl.dtar' lu. r..iinpJ.ln i.t.OF
S 2:16 m. .. ...! .In taM County
didn't have a bit. of blood No. 7, Limited : p. nrw.p- r publtah -, -- --- -
County Telegraph equipment. I .. p'oa fINAL
skeleton! AWtlCATIOKWtlllAHO
walking .
left-jut a NorthboundNo. '1'1>" D.e.'mb.r 2nd. A. D. IM<
S no appetite ar.J tired. all th. reaches Starka 4:15 a. m. I. O. w. Al.DBRHAN. *

i time. I gave her two bottles '_1' CI...., ClMull Court Notice I. aar.liy-;;..;: tomay .11 ...... it
4:28
: Writ for Detaila of (Carflu: I It built her up No. 4, : p. m. By C. A. Knightbvpury .' oiw.rn that un the Zml lay of January

a"I l ,,."" h.*!/"tti eating anil No. 20 Orfur Key, 8W:! a. W. Clark.R. A I) ilmn. I ahaif "uiSf'of nV.dfonl lion lionorabla sean-'

I ir. weight, and .-.. 101. limited. 5:57:::; p. m. A. fJHrEN. ISoWI-I.2. R. 't :; count rtnaldlMhjtnr
''.u.i: ;:8"1' "SnllatWr fur Compllananl. t,. Klorlda.n.. *". of Prolate, for air
has be"n no w-ll nce." Wannea Branch __. _e. aa airmlnlatralor, of the ..,.t. of J.

CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. Card Ji. the Woman' Tonic No. 101 leaves Star 7:40 a. m. ORDER YOu PlTBUCATIOf M. ...r..will_11.plomeat........my.. and he that ImsoultiS al the..Seilsetim. ....

ha-j helped suffering women No. 102 arrives Starke 3:13: p. m. In riMolt,' Court for Dradford County.l mi......'... of. ..lsI ....... 5553 ..k fer their..
for over forty years. Try It .'i- .r Flarlita In Chanc.tr.

: Concord, N. H. S At all druggUts'. (Daily except Sunday) J. M .\1...... Complainant.., nm 10 E-100 V J. GRIFFIN.
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FRIDAY DECEMBER 26, 1921. r
'. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, S'rAUKE, FLORIDA :.
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PAGE )EIGnT -
here the
at home of his
< E. J. Roberts.At .
the filth\ and sixth zones he advocated :

11. Bradford County Telegraph a 1 nt raise, while present rates NEW FIELD FOR THE STOVlvLEAGUERS" the annual election of officers

would < ,,,"itinue in the seventh and r A Lawtey Lodge F. & A. M., which

eighth z its held on 'December 6 the follow-
\' Published weekly and entered as New a commended a 25 per rLETS were elected for the! year 1925.

. second class'matter, at the post per cent ,\-e m' the rate applied to Charles Dinkins, W. M.

Florida. the readli ',utter, in magazines anti '-
office at Starke, SER- W. C. Wooten, S. W.
::- :' = -. -" :... = = ',=="-= all other i publications, excc'ptir{ T. T. Blackburn, J. W.

i B. B. MATTHEWS___________________Owner. newspapers, which are conducted ) AFoOR \..vrreRWOttt SEND W. E. Torode, Treasurer.E. .
J. C. ROBIN80N'.I.n.lllna; Editor. print./ lIe a..I.1 1 the present i ate SOMETHING -- '>4) DONT TO TH B. Wells, Secretary.

11-2 cents ii'r pound. He rue I KNOW A DERN = ITS A A. II. Harley, S. D.
t RUNS- _
FRIDAY mended contij tune of the pre' THAT r ABOUT G. A. Anderson, J. D.
PUBLISHED EVERY rate on readin: portions of m"\ I WONDfcR. >T >TS THING NBPHiw D. L. Philips, Chaplin.A. .

d pel" and such -tientilk public, ns t-1-s- o THESE CROSS- Doss = C. Pearce, S, S.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE OB"are not eond'i 'tal for profit. WORD : II. C. Padgett, J. S.

Per Year ___.. _________u___ $1.60 he As also a means-of joint' t," 1 piill\, rr it'', L. A. JIarr, Tyler. /
tu
urged coi :rcn ip.i j

", Six Months _____ _--________ 76c parcel post to thi ,hiimiintpapers t.1' T. D. Huddleson, of Columbia, S.
.; I ? and majjaznu! lie urge hat of the Federal Land Loan, was
-- --- the parcel post t ', t fe d business in Lawtcy Tues- .

,. .. whenever bundles of 'i. .IYU. j .
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''- ,, ld ad- day.L.
"'" ,' ,
'I I II
'" papers were sei t -
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.. i II. Hill was business
"'T. -- ;l. '\ 'h-Ls-iu.-Apulachlcola t ti l,10 ,, transacting .
;r'-'r- dJ"; ; I Jacksonville Monday. J
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iI'I '. .,_ :, ,:;;. ,/ I i i MU1U- FLORIDA t> ,til\ Assisting postmaster W. II Biggs !}
1''i
I t; 1 .1<, ,-. ''," ,''''' INi01'f5:; OWN on exhibition Sunday morning a.1pound
I
"
!'If which Postmaster "
; _t ,,' cr.' '--, I opossum
\ I than
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1
Lciau tho people qfIHH ,had killed Saturday night
I\ J- k. .t"t, // ( J l.ions) of Florida have pr- in the act of eatjifg; one of their tJ
.
P .,,,'. 1\ ,, 'JfC! ',."' ". jj.. ,_ KiciMive, have built rouds liver-' 1.i

\y : j ( !Ii u. 4U& i iI tilled widely the udvaatab'h- \ ,)i
c Geo. F. Young was n business visi- ,
I (MeiuoerHhip in National Highway tractions that that portiavstate -
'.. I t\ "4 Association) has for, tho homu-aeo fiVCtl- to Starke Tuesday. 'j
\ tor and visitor, the trend of T' Bt's -- :-1
Florida All the Death of Troy lent on :,'
I 1 t; A CHIUSTMAS: EDITORIAL has been to .Southern portIOn The death of Troy, the 10 year old
I of than
; r things said in praise ) ,
I I I of Mr. and Mrs. Illume lton,
I TUB DEATH OF EATH of the state have been afso ute.y '
said Monday morning( at the 1
THE LIFE OF LOVE 'true. Much moro could huvo.etn; his
of parents The funeral
I varying
the lines withof
'' along same held at ,the home Tuesday and
Christmas be-lls ors near to tingling i'I from the truth. It la a great section
the stars ( opportunities body was interred in the awtey
look Into unt'ujnou
so let uii I with a multiplicity of ;
y Like eyes of Heaven, watchful but it is not!; the only !
The deceased has been afflicted ,
I throughout the night, they seem to section of the state 1t'ith'utatandtngadvantages L
silent to uifer infancy. The family has the
their
from
i smile upon us und attiaeti3))
places, glistening with tears of sor- to ,the home-seeker, tlli.nhve&tlU'ttan. of the entire community.

the frailty of our poor humanity L'I -
row at the visitor North or.
1 I LAKE BUTLERLake
; yet look again! There i IB one tions, charms end< advant.' 8 dwt'nc- CHECKER '' i "

that shines in !greater grandeur, one ly its own, and wise buyer,/of Florida I BOARD Butler, Dec. 20-The' Lake
that lights anew out hope, one that l real estate are coming an ap- cam"" SA{' 'IRF1 --- High school closed Friday for ,

i'y t beckons us, as it beckoned, tho wise pieciatlon of these. \Va hBAthrouKn Christmas holidays.ome:; of the

I men of Judea, on to the manger where this section the absolutely \<1f'1 climate --- _. -- .--- and scholars have to
gone
.
j, I lay messnge tho infant of Peace Jesus on, bringing Earth, Good the we mean of the that United there:States;are'c'e y y this k 8 ,. . > o * * . . .1 i LAW"' .and other palces visiting t

1 Will to Men. Well nigh two thou- in the year when wc-at conditionare ,. Lawtey, Dec. 20- !Mrs. W. T. Jennings and grand- '1
' sand have passed since those conducive to rf>'lt than anywhere ;
years co .. CHRISTMAS dleton, of Starke, er, Mrs. A. Cumbcrlander, T
wise men marched onward to closer else this *U*/ll'Y.i> \\u enjoya (,
in al visitor here "\
last week with friends in Oca-
from insect 0 ,
with their
\ understanding and contact wonderful r.dOIlI' I

I I God, but the glory of- The Light ro- pests. Their i II al\ ibuiidance of the \ (J. J. Bullen.) j I Wilmot Brwon .

(- ) / mains. Still it leads/ the way to harmony pw' 'est of \.."t9 f olituinuble at little '' from Augusta, Ga., I Mrs. Susan Elwes, son, Fred, and

: i' with nature, forever it makes expense. WW-'" ,IUM good sell, and in -. -"- holidays with Ins Frances, aiM I Mr. and :Mrs.

\ ," martyrdom sublime and turns suffering addition, "V"J'Y> other iidvantage any )Mrs.\[ G. W. Crown. Itr. Coleman and children, of Jack
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I into triumphant glory. other soirtiun ul the state oll'ers. People : \\ Acre the guests of "'11'. and

?4 Jesus brought to us the all eternal me'beginning) to appreciate these, f' Mr. and Mrs. L. \Ire. J. E. Harper last Sunday. They
I gift, the Death of Death, tho Life oft ,l they'lire >>e.hi lining to have visions of The spirit of Christmas is one, though the moods don Jones were through.

Love. Christmas awake: Salute th.'r ttif great material development of brought to the day and the modes of its observance are ville Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Maines and daughter,

happy morn! Anso from your lum- this -ettion of the state along the St. many They make no mistake who let the ruling principle I qf Sanford, are the guests of Mi: and
boys this ChristimistitUt'tht hearts Johns river, specially' and they are Mr. and Mrs. A. J, E. Maines.
in nil the seasonal festivity be the of chil- *
$ I :e of children/ ; mingle: with that! *" I hiMiinini-, make wise investments happiness tie daughter Loraine \ Mr. Dowllng's crew have eompU

I : "'' simplicity and listen, to the'a with> in piuperty We are convinced that dren and the love of home and family. and Miss Helen .d cutting the right-of-way for the

". Ringing in your heart-he'ong' ten years from today it will be possible For ifc is not to be forgotten that, whatever else tors to Starke road leading from Long: Irid! -(c>

I him of Nii/au'tli Let UII the plat:>;e tur.atop"f I to buy a desirable home site Christmas means, it means, first of all, the Birthday of- I I' A daughter I was L- < to Lake Butler.
the St. Johns between Jacksonville
lacing -
'' W. T. Harrison andon
I. nKhiK'ITu< swaYing a Child. The glory and the joy commingle the radiance Mrs. W. O. DuVall Mrs. ,
: and Sanford for ten times
1' George, of Sparta, Ga, are visiting
,
!
Jo S witb, threads r.HUer limbs and in of I what they can be bought for today, is concentric, ,about a baby in a mother's arm For I| Deputy W. W. o'i"Mrs. Mattie Markey. Mrs. Harrisonis
Its
"J t' Ito'', and UPO" raI I and thousands of acres of adjacent and the Infant there '' sister of Mrs.
$' ring''. ,111' shimmoring Mary were not even the comforts was in town Friday I a Markey.
t dinnt :
col property will find a ready sale. The
I Mrs. M.\ D. Saunders, trained
9 \" d -'Dbul of our faith, our that are known in many of the poorest of our homes to- .1 a
,plwresr a idea that only property lower down | Charles, Perry, nuriTc, of Gainesville, is with Mrs.
i andiio"'t, syro b ul8 immoitaltU J of our,.fa.th Again, our the sLate can be sold is rapidly dis day. Rich and wise men came from afar, led by the .1 ford Dinkins were Mattie Markey, who has beenerv \
j
J canb4t Yi': on.' with Him who notes the WP 'appearing. Real estate boosters build streaming starlight ; humble shepherds came and knelt i to istnjke Saturday. ill, but at the present is !lomcuhat

I II communities and these are seeing in adoration while the chorus The better.
.pair full. Each of us can spread angel was singing. E C. and '
tho possibilities this section of the Burney
I ''" He spread life, for Lifts uLove .. Mr. Williams, of Starke, who I is in 'I
life and the
state oilers. They have made u study gifts of the kings simple-minded herdsmen were I were shopping in '
the real estate business visitor
I was a
for all who strive beneath that
i''' ,,', of the advantages and conditions and as one to Mary and-the burden in her arms that was hu- nesday hero last week.
... '"j;f4 .tai I' of Ucthlehem. The embers of
; .. \,' :3, rx" p., ( the Christmas log may fade into I they are with investing the their money of hand-andenergy man and divine. To the Mother and the Child that first I Mr and Mr8.-J.E: : Mrs J. E. Harper, who has! been
r assurance
r: :i '.'I''('if \"t, ;1 dust I and into ashes but that :star of some profits. ..... Christmas was not in the things that were laid before *.daughters, Ruth and spending a few days in Jacksonville, i'

I ;, I \': '-{' av jf Hope will always shl tri States Attorney Col. J. C. Adkms
: ; ft
'i .: !;". nating God's golden .efuge/ muml-'I here this week.
f't'" \-\ !\', soul. Look into the I'lart and foremost editorial writer of the breath of kine for the sole warmth of it, and straw such i I I and family, of Gainesville, spent last

,1 again about the Dtuth/of Death the Uhlted States, says the growth and Mrs. Nellie Futch Sunday with his parents Mr anlIra.! .
J; : 1' ; development of Florida is in its as the cattle used, to be the coverlid.
Life of Love. .Syndnate. I '[ spent a few days II. S. Adklns. \
earliest and that the real in the communion of their i
: infancy, Their Christmas was own elie home of Mr. \ Mrs. Herbert Kendall, of Jacksonville '
--
;' NEWSI'.\PEits AltK TO HEAR boom is not for to be the confined state is yet to particular como..It hearts. Their light-beyond the watching eyes of the I!\ Futch. was the guest of her parents.Mr. '

te' i1IIUNT) OK POSTAGE' HOOSr section, but will be to state-wide.any That starry hosts of heaven-was the light of their own love *j'I I Earl Roberts and and Mrs. II. S. Adklns, last San- i

f In the face of---a threatened rate means that this section of Florida '*t that shone in her face as she beheld the'Child and He \vere visitors to day.Mrs.. Foster Eddy and daughter, of i'

war in congress, Postmaster General has revelation.great things stored up for future looked up at her in peace and trust, just as any other I Mr. and Mrs. II. uMachua, are spending the Christmas _

New recommended a series of Increases I There may be "flashc-s in the pan." child looks into the face of his mother on this Christmas -.. children, of Miami, holidays with her parents! Mr. and '
in postal rates to finance the I ing a few days here Mrs. G. A. Epperson.
Towns in Florida and +
may spring up morning.
r.
$68,000,000 advance to Miss who teaching
wage postof-I Kate Epperson, is
i ,' fice employes. The new !, car make phenomenal growth, but Jacksonville Though nearly two thousand years have passed, I Rev. R. D. Bevis, school in Alachua, is home speeding !-
will always retain its position i- ,
rying tho approval of PresidentCoolulgo I Leod and Mrs. T. J. Christmas with her .
\ .. as the great city of the state, the the light of that Christmas in Bethlehem hits not waned. parents.Mr.
would increase the I Jacksonville
rotes on | Friday Wm. J. Brown and wife, also
simple reason that it has tho locationno all its and its failures its vanities *
1 second class, third class and parcel : The world, with triumphs 'ents for the Baptist Mr. Wm. Vanderbilt spent last Sun-

; post mail matter, and on registered other place can take from it. That and glories, its wars and pestilence and black hate I Christmas tree. day in Jacksonville. '
I that for
means miles around
r ance letters and, money C. O. D.orders service., postal Insur- ''I the country will many build up and grow. of man to man, has not been able to crowd off the scene I Doc Hood, of is Mr.visiting George in Lake Walters Butler.Mr. of .Mississippi, /1/8

Lund will become valuable becauseIt of the in the Judean hills. here
The brunt, however, would be that'tender picture<; holy night Saturday. Culvc.', of Cleveland, Ohio,

borne by American newspapers and city is.-in Green close Cove proximity l Springs> to Times.a great There was no room at the inn for the little family ; but Enoch Grim-was stopped over a few days In Lake But

magazines duo to a proposed 100 percent -- ever since the world has been expanding its boundaries ness in Jac ler. He was on his way to Bradenton.
r ralto on second class mall within \
the first and second zones. 1 r 'HIE DIRECT ROVD TO and widening its horizons to make room for Love and last week. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH .

ji t The postmaster general sent His JACKSONVILLE: Life as these came to earth ,in that Birthday that has I Mrs. W. E. Torode FINANCIAL dTATRMBNT or COUNTY V

'1'-' recommendations to Senator Start We went to Jacksonville a few days changed the spirit of mankind and shaped the destiny I ter, Mary, were FUNDS ;
: Zing, Republican, of South Dakota, Friday. Monthly flningUI' tuumcrt of r. t ago by automobile We went through of nations. County for the month of November, 1921. '"
chairman of the senate postofllce
... A
C r l rued
< committce.vshortly after the senate High Springs and Lake City over the Therefore, today the children remember that it was a Clyde Rowe came \ Bill Nov. 1, 1021, _____--_______...320895 splendid hard surfaced road and the I' mi Sunday and will ReorlpU durlnu month _.--___-_ _n_ 914.0? ,j
had refused to postpone until Jan- child who came even before Santa Claus ; and the good Warrant (miicd during month .. 8096"
uary 8 a vote on President Coolidge's distance is something like one hundred days I at the home of Hal. Dec 1. 1924 _._.___.__..___n__3.213,16
'; veto of the pay bill. The postponement and fifteen miles. 'One glides .. saint in his sleigh, with the jingling reindeer, is the almoner i and Mrs. J. B. Fin ind Forfeiture Fond
Unl !*ov 1. MH 302 2JTtcHpK
was blocked by Senator Heed, over that splendid road ao smoothly of His bounty. That Child of long ago is still a : ; 'ilurtmr :;,o-.th--; :::-::::::?--:1.:06.76:
> and with so much ease and comfort Mr. and Mrs Ury Win-runts 18.u'd l during month ..__ 111,78
Democrat, of Missouri, and Dill, the distance hardly counts. Child today, and He invites children from everywhere children and E. M. Bill O..e. 1. 11)24 -un____._ _____1 1008.25No.d
Democrat, of Washington who
charged the administration sought to I Hut there is something. better in rich or poor-to be the sharers in Ills festival. Let all '. Futch, of Bal.l Nov. 1. 1024 __._Fund__._____0000_ 73.11
(II I store for Gainesville people who wish children ', the Christmas Receipt!* durlnor. month n___ .__..h_ 120.64
r defeat the pay bill b>' linking it to a of any 'age, who> keep'the hearts and minds of Warrens Issued during month ______
visit the "i" home of Mr. and
metiopoliThe direct
> ___ .
M measure raising the icvenue. I Ito Bal Dee 1. li 4 nh- 793.75
1 \ hard suifated road I from Gainesville, accept fin invitation and draw near. Let all the shelter- UnlldJnt Find
In his message, New proposed! to I 11.1.l Nov. 1. 10J4 ___ __..._______ 7.58 -t
Miss\ Mathis of On
raise the $68,000,000 from the following -( through Waldo, Starke, Lawtey and less and lonely let those whom felicity_has missed, R* eiptji during. month nh______ ...
Baldwin and guest at the home WftrrfnU Issued during month __....
is now nearly completed
s sources: 10.8tJ7.000 from in- I it has the luhaiitan'- being some- whom love seems to<; have passed by, approach and find W. Roberts. 11.1.l D .c. 1. 1024 _______00_________ 7.58 ,

creases on second clues matter; $18- thing like forty miles nearer. Except in the presence of the Christ Child on His day their joyful *1. lIa1.l Nov. 1. 1824 Outstanding____00/ Font-_______-..1.899. 1Receipts
000,000 from third elms; $12,000- Sheriff W. J. during month __.. ____ 28.49 ''
for of and Year. ---
: a about fifteen miles New J
gap their glad
Christmas <
I 000 from parcel post; $12,500,000 was in town Warrants Issued during. month .___h1.000.0a ..
from between Highland and lialdwin it iscomplete. Jlal Bee 1. 1924 ?_____--_________1,02819Drainafs
postcards $1,000,000 .
from ; registered ;
0 letters; $Jr>00,000 from We, came back that way in I Mrs. Charles Nov 1. 1 )24. _____.FffndBal. ________00_. 7S,50
f money order; $3,038,000:: from Insurance spite of the unfinished gap. In less + + + . . . . I were visitors to Receipt during. month -.____________ 4.04 <
than six months it will be finished Warrenta Issued during month
,. f and $1,103,000 from the C. O. D. Hal Dee. 1. 1K24. ___ 77.81 Jd
_. .---- -----00
and Jacksonville will be in easy two I W E. Torode and .: ,,''Oft.. r.= ...... rend= ,
service, all representing sharply increased hours reach of us going even at B. E. Hall, of Hampton.Mr. er, Clyde, were shopping in Hampton '\ were business Bal Nov. I, 1924. __-.________.____00 46815Ttveelpta
rates. during. month _____._____ B,69
On second class matter devoted moderate speed.-Gainesville' Sun. and Mrs. George Ambrose and Fjiday. ville Thursday.B. Warrants Issued during month __:.___ 192.00 j
) : baby and Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Waldo, Misses ClemmIe and Lucile Hall Bal Dee. 1. 1924. ______-___________ 28184 '\
: exclusively to newspapers, magazines PINE HILL the guests of their sister, Mrs. Airlcaltaral fmmi *
r .. and other publications, the postmaster v were the guests of Mr. and Mrs A. C. were E. L. Youngblood Sunday afternoon. Austin, of Bal No.. 1. 1U24 _-_..__.._.._.____ 1.11 ifReceipts ,
tor to .
Law.tey i
general recommended increaseson Pine 11111, Dec. 28-Mr. and Mri. Hall Saturday night. Tommy Oldham and Jack Padgett, Warrants During Issued Month during month __..i .

f all rates from the first to sixth Albert Stringer, of High Springswere Calvin Davis, of Gainesville spent of Graham, were business visitors at Silas Futch went Bal Dee. 1. 1924 __________.______ 1.1*

zones, on the advertising portions. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sunday afternoon here with friends. the home of Mr and Mrs. A. 0. Hall.Winter the first %>f the County. December 1. 1 24Bradford

He urged a 2-cent a pound raise for Hall and family one day last week.A Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling were fc T his daughter, Edna SUts at Flo"'".

< the first and second zones, Increasing small crowd from here attendedthe visitors to Starke one day last week.A Haven-The board of governors Christmas holidays) .(I .the....10'nvslpta ttrutr Ua and tks dl...foraaVsasoliaiiM..a_' ./. .< ata

" I! the present 2 cents) rate to 4 cents little Christmas tree at Graham large crowd from Hampton attend of the chamber of commerce Is a student at the uada at Bradford Counts far tW asoatk, ..

!I per pound. In the third zone, he recommended Friday evening. All reported a nice the cane grinding at the home of have added their approval to a pro Institute at St.' November d eat of 1924.kaowi.dso la t....and and ba4trf comet, to tile .
mjr
t! an Increase from 3 to' 5 time.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ;tall last Thurs- posal to issue $250,000 In bonds for ALD81ULUf. ,r
ac1.FrY.
I I cents per pound and in the fourth and Mrs. A. C. Hall and chil- day night. erection of a more adequate plant in Earl Roberts, of (UAL) Onsrft. ItNI Coes aRT...
Aw.
Br.
zone from 5 to 6 cents; per pound. In dren spent Monday with his brother Miss Clemmie Hall and little broth- Winter Haven. ty, of New Orleans .po Qo oII.nnf'M .


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