Bradford County telegraph
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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 25, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02313
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Established 1879.__ cription-l'er Year $1.50_' ; Six Months,_75c.-Payable-i in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Owner.: ,
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erry Christmas TO YOU .

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i (far Record Saves Air Officer From POSTAL CLERK'S WORK OVERTIME'To -
I Meager detals of: shooting scrapeat .tt1T11'1'AGS Ml'ST HE ONCARS MD'.MES: I'ANICIIKN: F1RE-: rallahaHsee, 1 Dei 22.--: Governor
Extreme .'rnalt !MOVE ;MAILS
) i I I Ruiford Wednesday were learned BEFORE JANUARY 13 MEN: : ENTER in'n.DIM) :' ; .lohn W. :Martin' !today immed his annual -

1 late Wednesday, when it was reported ChirHtmnsi prol' Hmlltloll. In It
4 ,Washington Dec. 17.-A verdict of Flood of Express Business Turned to l that Adam Tiaon had been shot Sheriff, W. J. Epperson puts all auto ) and Girls Tramul the governor railed attention to the
all specifications and the I'osloffices Created Worst 'lie- owners notice that January 1!" .CIUO Boys Piny-
Ilty on three times and seriously woundedby on prosperity of the state hns enjoyed I
eneral charge coupled with ounce I IK the lust day owners of curs and mates Under: Fret in Mad lluah.
n up in State's lIiKtor). Bus Nobles and companions. It during the year und the high hopesfor ,
of :suspension for five years was alleged that the two men had trucks will have to secure their 1020 continued development through- ,

om "rank command, and duty," in Tampa, Dec. :1.! -Relief from the j some difficulty, resulting in a rough license tairs. Time will not be extended Erie, I'u. i 11t)('. 22.:! -An u Chrixlmtis out 11)2(1) ( and urges tho citizens to

army was found tonight against express embargo in South Florida and tumble in which Tison was worsted this year, us in the pust, on party fur 6,000 children bocamn, a remember the unfortunates panned

|>I. William Mitchell by the court- which the interstate commerce commission l. and' he left the scone saying he account of the state establishing agencies : madhouse of terror, three youngsterwore over by the general good fortune

',Krtial which has been conducing his Monday promised would come would come back prepared. in eiuh county to distribute tags. trampled' to death anI"f scores The text of thu proclamation follows .

a trial for insubordination since Oct. 28. "within twenty-four hours" was not j When Tison reappeared with a gun Every: auto owner in Bradford county more injured in the Erie: aicnu hero : .

r' he "military record of the accus- in sight Tuesday, according to local he was met wth a volley and fell with can secure! his tag by applying to C. lato Tuesday, afternon. "To the people of Florida:

e' during the world war" probably officials of the American Railway Express -|I three wounds No report could be had A. Futch, Starke, or to Tallahassee\ Thu panic came with the cracking
I The
,. aired him from a more severe sentence. Company. his condition up to 'press time, except direct but application must be itiado of a bunch. The boys and girls, invited approach of the Yulctldu sou-
' [ That was indicated by the The avalanche of business turnedto I Ion, that it was believed he had a In time to have tag in place before to the party by an Erie: newspaper Non fort ot112\ ) :; brings to our minds the

ieQ rt when it announced that the the mails as a result of the express I chance to recover. It was also reported that date.Sheriff. were absorbing an entertainment that centuries ago, in a modest

lading "is thus lenient." embargo has caused the greatest postal :' that he refused to have war- Epperson stated Tuesday of Vaudeville acts und Christ- manger bom-nth the star of Itethleheni

ifaj. Gen. Robert L>. Howze, presi- tie-up in the history of the state, 'rants issued for his assailant or as- that those owners who do not carry inns music und were looking forward the Saviour was born. For y..urp.'ople
nt of the court, and, the nine other with postal clerks working day and sailants. the proper tugs will have to tell it to with all\ the joy of <( night in effort to the thou the county judge after the fifteenthAs /he coming of the Redeemer
mbers cloned the court at 3:45 this move ticipation to the distributon of candies
erternoon, for findings. At precisely sands of holiday parcels. I INFANT OF O. 1', DYALI it tften costs the visitors more and other seasonal gifts. by worship and by lCenpralrl.Joil'inlC.
; than the of Horda, this year, Is looking
Meanwhile the express stuation at cost the tag to tell Judge
[Jt34, or two hours and fifty four min Such a huge crowd of children hail forward
Jacksonville I I The friends of Mr. Gardiner "Good to Christmas time with the
\ the center of congestionwas many and Mrs. Morning play safo ,
fee the and verdictre
for the
later, sentence gathered public party that horn
relieved O. P. who live 1835 Swift and get from plentifully filled. and' with eager
announced in these words: being slightly, according Dyal at your tug today your fireman and' policemen hud, decidedto hearts In
to reorts. In spite of messages from street, will be greived to learn of the county tux agent, rather than risk anticipation of the coming
a' The court upon secret written bal. Washington quoting the intercalate death of their infant daughter, which being delayed by sending.. your moneyto which clear hud the become aisle of.packed the auditorium This attempt I I period of enjoyment."We .
of members
s, two-thirds the pres-
' commerce commission as predictingthe occurred last evening. Besides the Tallahassee.: must not forget the reel purpose
nt at the time the vote was taken .. was accompanied by the cracking
--- of the
those who survive sister observance howovrLet
embargo would be lifted by the parents are a ,
/ncurring in each finding of guilt OLD WAVE SWEEPING: of the bench und the surmpedobroke
end of this week, local officials of the Mary Louise and a brother, OwenJr. and I us pause In our merry makingto
folds the accused guilty of all specifications -, express company were doubtful that Mr. Dyal is a postal clerk at the TOWARD FLORIDA ASTEMPERATURES spread. reflect upon the real meaning of

[ and the charge, upon secret any great measure of relief would local post office. The body was taken : DROP Thousands of children made for the day; let us bring into our hearts

tten ballots. come by that time. this morning to Starke, Florida for the exits, trampling those who fell Him who gave his life that we might

"The" court sentence the accused to Relief given the east coast of the funeral services and interment. The Colder Weather and Frost PredictedFor under their feet in the rush. I be saved, and let us express with

,.5 suspended from rank, command state Monday by allowing fruit shipments Seashole Funeral Parlors were in All Sections! of State The adults who wore in the arena \I fervent prayer, our welcome to the
alid duty with forfeiture of pay anddllUowance north brought protests from the charge: of the arrangements.-Jack tried to stem thu terrified mob of Nativity.

' for five years. west coast. Discrimination was char ( sonville Journal Dec. 18th. Tampa lJec.22-A cold youngsters 1lIIIto divert Home of thorn s j "I hope that the less fortunate ofour
wave was
The court is thus lenient because ged by C. S. lloskins traffic manager Mr. and Mrs. Dyal have many friends toward Florida through other exits, but the bench )I state will be remembered. I sin.

ft the military record of the accused of the Tampa board of trade, in a here who sympathize with them in i 1(I sweeping night-just 19 since the Tuesday south broke with a loud crush and the panicof cerely wish that I could give to each
d the world war, two-thirds of I years
ng their bereavement. Mrs. the children so increased that noth- and
wire to W. S. McFarland, general Dyal was ern of the ittatu hud its lust every one of them those things
members who were present at manager of the express company at formerly Miss Lorena Alvarez, part ing could stop their struggle toward'the which would strike, In their \bosoms

time" the vote was taken concur- Atlanta, Ga. I' ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. daugh-I snow.Falling\ temperatures with light doors. I the gladness which Is rightfully their

fl. While I local officials of the Atlantic this place, and Mr. Dyal was a former frost in the southern and heavy frost A minute before the children hud! at a time whim. nil mankind rejoices"

Mitchell) Smiles Coast Line have been expecting momentarily resident here. lIe Is a nephew of Mrs. in the central and northern sectionsof looking forward to the arrival of I extend to I the '.....pl".f Floridamy
lonel Mitchell, ,standing the de-
announced with as Mrs. to hear that an embargo had O. J. Griffin.STRANGER I the state were forecast by the Santa Claim with his ling-now they most hearty and sincere wishes
on was
been declared on loss t han carload 'weather liurcuu.. sought nothing but safety. I I for joyous Christmas and a New Yearof
t chell his side smiled.
at freight on that road, which they declare HAS NARROW Severe cold warnings have been Furniture, tables and benches were happiness; and prosperity
Meanwhile. Colonel Mitchell remains
: has been needed greatly for several ESCAPE AT CROSSING issued for the northern part with overturned und broken as the children (Signed) John W. Martin.
officer under tech-
'the statue of an
-c41 I arrest since the court's verdict days they had received no noticeof To A\oid Being lilt by "....eIlV," much cooler weather in the southern crushed and trampled. Children \ .
such action Tuesday night. They who were attempting to crowd, into "HI'I' ,AM Rl'N" DUIVKR
Turns Car Into Deep Ditt-h. part of the peninsula. The temperature
ItS be only made effective by Presl-
,! Coolidge't endorsement. say, however, that the freight situa- at Tampa wes expected by the the building, meanwhile, were impedIng ) ITTS RlTfK IN DITCH

I the tion is growing worse rapidly and an Monday morning during: the rain a weather bureau to drop to 46 degrees the progress! of the frantic onus
.Q view 'of this situation and
embargo on this class of freight is almost a big Chandler automobile with its from the Inside.Ambulances .
t..t refusal of the accused to comment early Wednesday morning. > John Browning Reported Injured
b1lcly concerning his future plans certain to come within u few occupants had a narrow escape when The front predicted in the southern muilo fast trips to and
day the driver failed -ail- \\ hen I'liMNinK Car Sideswiped -
to notko the
= ntll after the President has taken i part of the state was not expectedto a nearby hospital, currying u

final action there was some belief on Arthur Williams has had the nteriorof road crossing: and the ippro.iching cause damage to the citrus fruit full loud each time. About 20 children Truck

[ the|,art of the colonel's closest friend his cafe handsomely refinished with train until only a few feet from the crop. I I were injured seriously enough'to
tracks. The driver seeing that it require hospital Kiiru. Six or seven Reports that John Browning of
[that,;he would quietly await the out- tinted stucco. Carpenters are still\ I
[come* and if that failed to relieve busy with the task of touching up the was impossible to stop his car, Jam- row escape were not injured. With were Injured snriouxly and one or two I.awtcy\ hud been injured' in an accident -

.'blm',from the five year suspension walls, and floors.MI' med on his brakes and turned to the the aid of a block and tackle the auto perhaps fatally. that his truck in the ditch

'>..he might offer the President his reslg- right, dropping almost five feet in was finally pulled back on the high-I ---.- near the crossing/ of the state farm
the ditch alongside the railroad. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Corbett of Plant
?'!n tlon from the way and the Journey resumed. I railroad reached here Wudncudny. Both
army. and !Mrs. T. W. Baker and J. '
Luckily for the occupant the car I City came Tuesday to spend the holidays I machines' were going In the direction

iIrI..hlngton, Dec.; 18.-The MitchlTt II. Lawrence of Keystone Heights, remained upright and outside of a J. J. Rigdon and son Lacy, spent ) here with Mrs. Corhett's parents I of Jacksonville! an.lln passing: UrowninlC'K

*!| Court-martial! case came. to .the were visitors to Starke Wednesday. I few bruises and the chock of -the nee Tuesday in Jacksonvlle. Mr. und Mrs. J. J. Rigdun.AT1ON"SANT.A i ii truck the heavy touring car

:Yjoer of the house for the first time vocate of the court, who directed his -- -- .. - i I struck tho front wheel of the Ford
2;' when Representative Tillman truck and it crated In the ditch before
questions at assertions the air officer
otocrat, Arkansas, charged that 1 the driver could regain control Both'
hal made in the San Antonio state BROADCASTING By A. B. CHAPIN | '
vtiourt was organized to "get the ments which precipitated bin court Browning and .companions were .e*
e>tel l and that its verdict "insults r TT xnly| shaken up und bruised
I martial, and to statements along .nmilnr .
ffAlmerica' -
{ : lines made during that trial. I4. IN COUNTY Jt'lXiK'S; ; C'OL'KT'
call; upon the granitefaced and I These statements Included assertions W n
,.. te-soul",1 of this
president Just- I ,
that the Shenandoah was1)' .1 i'.. lluvd
shooting game on Sun-
e-Io.-tng nation he said "to miti-
per cent overweight, and it had ,carrieda tiny !
I ; ; charge iliHiniHHi'il at request of
ytati :or squash harsh sentence. ,
corrosive anti-freezing mixture and, game warden.
The court edict suspending the air
that a whitewash board was inquiring Ailuin ThoinnM
I having intoxicating
officer from rank and for five
'yeatil because of his attack on govern- into the case for the nav>. "liiiinr| in hm poHHpHHion, ; plead guilty
h'lni'd I $rill and costs four months.
_ment1 aviation policies, :Mr. Tillman I Washington Dec. 22.-The 'long
I uke
Hi-Sue, having
continued "was shameless and cruel." I I inquiry Into the Shenandoah disasti't Intoxicatinghquur /
_'J1My fought to affix a gag,". heidjj"an 1'' was ended today. h t hw '" ti Ins pnHHPHKlon' ; plead guilty;
F Him" d! {I and rusts HO ,
a ae at days
.. I Jerr ., Parks, Jr. maliciu. inIm
hkhim in -
and his family. It seems that the of "inevitable
I category; an aciii .f, ha rue with drawn.
IIrtbis trial the usual military pro&dgta i'dent." Lieut. Commander Charles E
Fred. King' non-support of wife and
was not allowed to take its i| Rosendahl, senior surviving officerof bud
' ; charge withdrawn
ordinary course. the dirigible In Ohio last September,
.' 1''\WMle Mr Tillman '' henry Taylor petit larceny; plea
was speaking declared today in final argument before ,1 r r
truiltv "ft..ohnlC shirt
R .r two from
Representative Black Democrat New the naval court of inquiry into a
i elothcm line. Fined $50: and costs or six
[f."od';: introduced a resolution seeking the accident in speaking for the surviving months.

I to place congress on record as favor officers and men of the ship. --. -
ing'retention of rank for Colonel "Indisputable evidence shows," ('.:II.\lc KEY BRANCHGETH

" itchell. The resoluton said that Commander Rosendahl asserted, "thatin Y'- : DAYLIGHT:I TRAIN

' verdici' "of the c-ourt-martial were spite of heroic measures taken the

\ IIIJ)01Vf'd'< tand that congress no disaster could not have been averted." llroni.in.. Dei22: For the firit'inn
Iaoger ,rid
. f5&Jfj nilitary information from Milwaukee, Dec. 22.-Protesting .I l-ni, between Archer and Cedar Keys

armt officer because they would be the court martial of Col. William in- enjoying a daylight passenger/

. afraid of bringing/ disgrace upon Mitchell, Lieut. Harry C. llogan. .uervui'i between Jacksonville and Ce-

themselves Bridgeport: ., has sent in his. resignation 'lai Key Thin service was inaugu-

'if" f as an officer in the reserve rr rated yesterday und the first train

Washington Dec. 21.-The charges aviation corps, he announced here under this' schedule( passed through

$ad* by Col. William Mitchell in eon- Tuesday. Hogan served under Colonel l. hortly\ after 1 o'clock in the afternoon.

Iftetion with the fatal flight of thegible Mitchell in the world war and was The tram was n charge of Conduc.r .

Shenandoah into the middle flying instructor at Isaodum and Arthur luring, and Engineer J.

[Jlrns* last September were baaed upon | Tours, France. I, MrCauley engine No. 165. Mr.

formation from what he considered His resignation letter said in part MrTaulry has burn an engineer for

eUahle sources and his own deductions "I have no desire to be further the Seaboard Air Line on thio branchfor

ha testified today before the I identified with the United States HZr. over a quarter of a century and
Jljanl court of inquiry into the Sheandoah army which I. nothing more than a is one of the most valued end trusted

disaster. bw:!;- _f aid public: servants in which employe of the Systran. Mr. Boringis

Testifying in spit of the advice of the bureaucrats in control can so also' one of the most popular' and

Colonel that the five-year iiupenbm'ientence thwart the design of the public, who 1i 1 courteous conductors on the Florida

hanging over him gave pay their salaries, as to attempt to ,P" ,-... r 'division of the Seaboard. In addition -

bias fapecial; status Colonel Mitchell muzzle and persecute any man or .! a .rr. 4.a for the first time in forty years,

ubmitted to a two-hour examination officer within the army who dare to ... >JJlII this territory has double daily patrn *-.
Major Henry Leonard, judge ad- spear the truth." I ._ ,,,rvl e.
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i 5 S ,! i58i speculation has taken place in Florida.A .
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High School JournalEUGENE 125,000,000 state other with uses available!!35,000,000, with only for some acres agriculturaland 2,000-with l >> ,

i 2 j I I invite 000 under speculation.cultivation" will necessarily kmrs'I

Too much emphasis cannot be laidon
MATTHEWS SAMMY 8TERNBEBQAuoclat.. Kdllor OWEN Athl.tle GRIFFIN EdItor WILLIAM Jok.DUNCAN Editor I the part the railroads are taking I '

Kdltor-In-CMrf ---- -- in developing the new Florida. About I Sallie
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0 rtJ n $75,000,000 is bing this
spent year on ,
B. H. S. on the seal sale. The first i j i improvements by the three railroads .
second and third grades worked to that serve the state!! ; the SeaboardAir I 1--
II exicll the fourth, fifth, and sixth Line, Atlantic Coast Line and the .
;grades! nd the latter superintended by i I Florida" East Coast Line. Double ; be.hn' tioo C<< nfessions

Mis. S. M. Cox sold the most seals!!, I track is being installed and new yards @jt'a. new wife ...
% and got the forfeit money $loGO from and terminal facilities built. And -b j jJ
the teachers of the other side. This
according to a representative of the '
J 'iprizo is applied on the seal sale!! to )Florida State Railroad Commission, IUU81EdLdbJPaUIR141hl5Ofl% $Bah

help get the scales. the programs of the three roads for ,, J Copyright 1921 by Puhllihtra I AutocjuUr ...-iW
Iit The itcvertth' grade and eighth grndesconstestetl : g next year contemplate the expenditure ,.
and the eighth won. of $12 SALLIE AND CURTISS
RJ1 .OOO.OOO. both men und* women, >sipping liquors,
The high\ school classes contested ;::;: ;"- f}:
.. It is the new construction of the I ON T1IEIK HONEYMOON: a noiuNHBry drink all over the continent -
against each other and the Freshmen [J: Seaboard Air Line that makes the I after dinner. '
I won. The prize was!! $6.00 from theteachers Orange Blossom CarloT"
Special possible. "Monte We
approached the next but,
to be applied on the scales I r.;;.' ;? ;? ;? 2S25"a5i.52Si! :, room
t ,! !''ii'S2'i5C5G"lr'i252S .5iS25252Si! From Coleman to East Palm Beach, We alighted in front of the Hotel de without special card, were not allowed
I njRI.ST.MAS SPIRIT PREVAILS I I proposition. S did you Die" by Cooke, and "Ju' t upward of 200 miles is all new track Paris and I gave a happy little sigh to enter.
EXAMS!" 'Fore Christmas," by Eugene Fields, just completed a year ago. Another signifying my delight at having arrived "Why all the red tape I inquired
Christmas bells, wreaths, holly, 'I I and have given three plays. short stretch of new track west of at the !place which had always. while Curtiss fi-ns giving the historyof
4 music and radiant countenances proclaim I'1 I B. II. S. for "t'h"P'ast week has Ourlast meeting was the most interesting Lake Wales completed a direct cross- intrigued me more than any of the Riviera our lives n exchange for the magic
L the Christmas spirit throughout I'1 I been in the throes of mid-term exams, we have had. After we hud Florida route from St. Petersburg to resorts, each of which annually card of admittance."So .
? our school. We realize that Christmas ''I and those students (quite a few too) attended to the business we devotedthe West Palm Beach. Extension of tho draws devotees from all parts of the they'll know where t6 ship tbe
commemorates one of the greatest I i i who were not exemped on account it rest of the time to tellng Chi I road from West Palm Beach to Miamiof world. body," he answered and it seemed to
I events of all times, as it is a time of I j', having too many demerits were often mas stories. Grace Wood told a veryi the Seaboard, and only last Mon. Inside, our suite overlooked the Ca. me that his tone was almost ill-hum
? happiness, gladness, and joy, we are I!I xo.-n kicking themselves on the sly I i intproHtintr story and GusleIae! and to Florida City is the present task sino on the right and across the central ored.
I I.I glad to see every room put on a holi- I j I and chewing the: desk tops when the Bennett told ;'Why We Have Christ- day President Warfield was in Lake square witlf its tropical palms I then recalled stories of suicides
day appearance. 'II I teachers' back was turned. They had mas." She surprised us all by -telling: Worth in connection with some difficulties and hibiscus blossoms was the Cafe do which had been committed in the .gardena -
I 4 Through the seriousness of our j I a general expression! between part of I and proving that there is a Santa Ins road is encountering in Paris, famous for its continental atmosphere of Monte Carlo by those who had
studies we must not lose sight of the '1 one who has lost hill best friend and Claus. We are all convinced that getting the necessary right of way. its celebrated wine and Its lost everything at the tables. I shud-
spiritual and ultural values of the j one who has eaten too many green !Snnty'! does exist, and we are sure you All this is expected to be ironed out small table! set in the garden under dered. But my fear was gone in a

Christmas season. i iv 1 apples. Statistics prove that ten out would have been too, if you had heard shortly. the stars. I,( moment. The outer rooms were filled
:: We as a newspaper club wish each of every ten of these students are Gussio Mae's splendid talk. I Operate Luxurious Train I stood by the long, casement!! window wth people intent on their several

and every one a merry, merry ChristI I planning to make New Year" Reso- Fredrika Struth, Reporter. ], __The first regular trip of the Orange watching _the tourists as they. l Barnes and I started in the direction of
/I mall.o __ lutions to the effect that under no -- -- Blossom Special: a week ago Saturdaywas walked from the Casino to the Cafe the center roulette table.
; I conditions will they gut over ten demerits (ilee Uluo: a big event for the Seabard and back again. One woman leavingthe "Wait honey" said Curtis, "only
t p. SENIORS ANJ) SOPHOMORES( WIN I in any one month after Christ The Glee Club met In the auditor- President Warfield himself accompan_ Casino was pitifully uncertain as the bourgeoisie play here. I also secured -

t ,l l' The Seniors and-:Sophomores:; won in mall; however resolutions have a hab lum last Tuesday a. m. at 10:45. ied the party Washington.. Other she descended the stair The brilliant cards for the 'salon prvee.' It.
the last part of the health tag sale. it of being broken-will these ? Time I I The meeting was called to order officials who rode the train all or part light from the doorway mingled there you'll see the celebrated gamb
': The high school teachers and pupils will tell,_time will tell. i iby the.president Grace Wood. After 'of the way included C.B. Ryan, passenger with that of the arc-lumps of the park lers."
li II -- I, which the roll was cnllpd. The re- (
have now sold fifteen dollars worth of I I traffic manager: C. E. Bell. and clearly illuminated her face. The private rooms were smaller than
.I i sealx, whith amount goes toward securing 3 J I ,mainini period was spent in practicing 'superintendent( of dining cars; J. C. "Look Curtis, she's iIIl"! I exclaimed the first ones we had entered and were-

I t 'I" a forty dollar set of scale, Reports From %g 3 The Christmas interest! songs.in this work is rapid. Johnson Philadelphia district passenger motioning him to my side. I frequented by a class which was noticeably
and also helps to overcome tubereuJ" ] agent; J. B. Brown, Baltimore "Probably drunk or doped, he replied more exclusive. All the men
\ ,"'I losis in the Btllte.t ] ly increasing and it is hoped that the district passenger agent. "you'll see many of that type | were in full-dress or wore their Tux.
- I The Ciubsl]j club will appear In public before long.The The Orange Blossom Special is as and even worse" he added, "before we edos and the women were in evening
t JUNIOR LOSE ACLASS[ :MEMBER: jj club include the following. members luxuriously equipped as any limited leave." This sounded uncharitable attire.

j I II .i.5! 5252.52525252i252.5i.525i5i.5i,5252.! ! !.'}|I : Gussie :Mae Bennett, Florence fain that ever pulled out of New York coming from Curtis who was always'II We walked over to the roulette
all much to have 'Andrews Grace Wood Lucille Johns '
-D- rft! We regret. very Its all-steel era were speciallyor-i kind. Himself above petty frailties table.
_ _. I I one of our juniors, Eva Leatherwood Equitette Club Ethel Moore, Edna l\I nning. Elise I dered by the Seaboard from the Pullman of the flesh, he never sat in judgement'j / '! As Curtis had predicted, not an
leave us this week. Eva came here Our lust meetng was the most in- Jones, Harriet Ritch Virginia Weeks, '' '
Company and, In addition to being j'on those who were less!! strong. j eye left the 'green light's brilliant
_ from Lake Junulaska, N. C. in Sep.I reading of an article "Christmas in I I Lucille :Mitchell, Hazel Middle-ton, tastefully decorated I "Just the I wait area. I
contain a barbershop same can hardly to saw an incongruous numberof
tember and entered wholeheartedlyinto my Home," which appeared in theII1..t Thclnwi Sntllgrove Elizabeth Ken- and a men's bath and all the.usual .try my luck" I avowed. "I wonder women with bobbed white hair and
all our work and play She was American magazine.. It inspiredus I t drick, Fredrika Struth, -Ruby Pres-1 I lounge and writing facilities. It is what I should wear." I Ii avid expressions. They smoked
elected cheer-leader for the .girls basket to he considerate!! of others and to cott. I unceasingly -
manned by a Philipino attendant. ,i "You are beautiful to me in any.thing and- only left occasionally
I& J ball club and reporter for the lit. enter Christmas! with the giving; spirit,' Elizabeth Kendrick, Reporter. i IS The diner I I I and far for drink
is!! a new type car equipped as as the Casino is' a of cognac or b"randy.) I
II! j erary cub. WP hope she will get and to be happy, and remember if Sixth Grade I to seat 36 persons. It has refrigerator -I|I concerned, they'll never even know watched the men with their quit
in her school at don't will be unhappy.The .
I! along as new we someone "
space twice that of the you are there. Softening his drawn faces, of them
LII I Aubumdale, (Florida. club suggests. that everyone who The sixth!! grade has a new pupil and ordinary re many making
diner and its own mark with a smile. painstaking records in little
waterfiltering books
I should read Mr. Guest's article, as we are very glad to have him. His sys- of
can | tem. The tiled floor the "I don't think I like the last the winners.
I j TO ALL STUDENTS it is good as it would spoil the name is!! John James Rooks. i iWe paneled wall part
very ; "
decorated with flowers of that sentnce I
effect. are sorry that we have not been t that bloom in complained "They're working out a system to
I As we approach the end, your first able to babe our meetings in the | Florida, the side lighting. ; all combineto you think I'm unattactive\ that Iwon't break the bank," Curtis whispered
Joseph Malpas Reporter. ,
semester let feel happy over our give the be noticed all."
us at
1 last two or three weeks. We expectto atmosphere of a regular I "and have probably been doing it for
I, achievements for this semester and Literary Club buy material enough to fix our restaurant.!! j 1 I "Of course!! not, little goose you several years," he continued.
be ready to enter the next half with Tho Literary Cub met in Miss! room like the ninth grade room. ,j 33 1-2 Hoar Run to Palm BeachA I always cause a flutter when you enter Then only did the other occupants

I an even !greater zeal and enthusiasm Brown's! room Friday at physical edu- Last Friday afternoon after our j' spacious observation car, a maid- :I any place but over-there theyre1 I of the table give us a glance and it
"-r for our !great privilege, the opportunity cation period. Our club has been exams, we had a few stories told, 'II manicurists!! who is also a nurse, a !I too absorbed to lift their eyes from was more in the nature of reprimand
.I of !getting: an educuton.t. "smart" this term. We have learned then talked about Christmas a few ladles bath and lounge. are among 'I the business at hand. You'll see later because we had broken\ the unearthly
I CHRISTMAS: SEAL S CONTEST how to memorize a poem. Important | minutes then we had a "Xmas box." j other features of the train. The como what I mean." ,j I silence.
I elements in public speaking. We have We all received nice little gifts! from'I' parment cars are arranged so that ,I Notwithstanding his reasoning I ', I took the only chair which was va.
There were three contests in the also memorized two poems : "How'each other. several compartments can be conected wore the gown of my trousseau which cant.
d I if there is a larire nartv trnvolina together. -I was most exotic and bizarre. It was I II !I Beinlta, novice at roulette it was
t ------- ------ -- --------- --- : The heat can be controlled in; an imported copy of one worn by an I only a question of a short time before
; }<'umm.ImLmVE8 INDUSTRIES round residents in 1924, to 6,000 this natural to expect the industries to be ; each compartment and tho wash basins Egyptian princess and its colours I lost my hundred dollars.
WILL STABILIZE BOOM year. So great was the rush of visi- developed before the people arrived are all of porcelian.The were blended in odd tones of mauve "Next time stick "
I '
to the colours
tors last summer that could not be en masse. I present schedule calls for a I and green. Gold sandals and a closely whispered ,
1 See Bright Future With Population taken care of that the Greater Palm The great citrus fruit industry! Is' 3.:; 1-2 hour run from New York to fitted headdress of semipreciousstones French, whose a woman, in
Beach Chamber of Commerce askedS. first and then to West Palm Beach !! completed I eyes glittered with an
to ,
L Sufficient to Develop State's always pointed I leaving Penn Station my attire. |I unnatural light. In
Resources D. Davis of New York to open his! the various others, already under development at 9:30: a. m., and arriving thereat "Well, don't you like me ?" I demanded ledge of Frenrch spite of my know
new hotel the Royal Daneli, fronting but susceptible of huge 9 p. m., the following night. The of Curtis when I realized that at college I failed I had guind
;;. A group of more or less skepticalI Lake Worth in Palm Beach, to meet enlargment, including. phopphate mining I, return trip leaves West Palm Beachat j he was not going to compliment my 'i She repeated in English.tp understand her
want-to-be-shown Northern Newspaper the situation. Although this was an lumbering, fishing and sea food 10:25: a. m. and arrives in New |I gown. I
; paid a flying visit last week to unheard of thing, !Mr. Davis says!! he generally, agriculture but particularly 1 York City the following. night at 9:55.: "Why, of course I do, sweetheart, I "You see I've worked out a system
1 Palm Beach and Miami, the centers of has been able to make a profit in the raising vegetables and fruits. One'of This constitutes, the fastest time ever I thought 1 had just flinched: a little by the law of averages and I know
the East Coast portion of the !great out-of-season months. What Flor- the undeveloped industries to which made to the .great East!! Coast resort speech having to do with my adora. when to play the reds. Try it."
.' Florida boom. iduns are aiming at is making it an reference was made in several quartersis and the Special started in by being. exactly tion for you in any sort of gown-. I I I looked for Curtiss. lie was

I I They came away with varying Impressions all-year-round, not just a winter season in taning shark hides for leather. I on time. Previously there have "Oh, Cutris that's so vague. I would ,I standing apart watching the room and
Reclamation of the Everglades is I always been like for its occupants with the luke-warm Interest
II of the situation, which might proposition. two nights on the road, you to at least comment on' -
I I be summed up us follows: Boom Start at Baldwin reported preceding at .great expense!! and the Saboard officials particularly some of the things I wear. 1 mean, of I of an observer.
I. Amazement on the part of those From the moment the train hit and the soil there is said to be of the I 'emphasized that the Orange Blossom course of the things if you really think I motioned to him.

I who had been in Florida before at tho south from Baldwin evidences of the richest. Special makes Palm Beach only night. the're becoming." j I "Will you buy me some more chips T
fl great physical changes that have tak- boom were to be seen on every hand.I Visit Developments.The I''out from New York City.-Brooklyn "I guess you're right but I feel I r I feel like I'll win this time surely."
en place In the past three or four From the train window could be seen party visited several well. 'Daily Eagle New York, November as if pretty compliments were super-I I "Broke already ?" he smiled, :'well
years;; villages grown into cities some of the big developments at known developments in various stages!! j 29. ficial now that you're mine. Persi I, your 2000 lasted; twice as long. as I
grown up where only forests!! and Ocala, Winter Haven, Lake Wales, of completion and were amazed at the i, S flage between us seems so unnecessary thought it would at that." If you want
swamps and dense undergrowth stood. Sebring. Streets were laid out, houses extent of the operations. At Boca GRAHAM -so empty for me to admire a any more, I'll be over loader," he
Realization by all that the much were going up. There were occasional Raton, about 25 miles south of Palm certain character and soul which deliver added indulgently as he placed In my
'. talked of big developments are not tent cities with small cars and Beach, was seen a 13,000-acre development T..Graham Wasdin Dec. 23.: -Mr. and Mrs. W. my entire heart into your keeping hand the amount that I declared would
.i I mere paper plans, but actualities being trailers about, evidently where Northerners under way less than six and children of Waldo, more Certainly; than all the gowns in be my Imit.
I pushed. forward at tremendous speed with small capital had motored months. Thousands of darkies and I spent Mr.Sunday afternoon with his parents the Rue de l la Paix." i I Not once did he remind m'e of my
f : with thousands of men at work and down, possibly with their: families and mules were at work on every hand and II. D. Wasdin. I "All right old fogey-man. The famous promise, though I knew he must have
millions of dollars being spent. all their wordly goods, to seek their literally transforming a wilderness in- ';I Cecil Rafuse was a 'visitor here Dr. Gaines told me each nighton remembered.Oh .
1 Convictions! that the days of making fortunes in the modern Klondike rush. to a modern community with sewer. Thursday night. the boat how er, er, nice I looked well, what difference did it
4 huge fortunes over night have pas The streets of all the towns and In, streets laid out. One hotel was un-i Claude Saunders left Friday for -only he made it much stronger," I make ? I thought. It would probably
*.: sed.!! Talks of fabolous profits are cities passed by train to West Palm er construction a site for another was ]his home in Tampa. added. I i be a long time before-1 got to Monte
J., (I. heard on every side, but the general Beach and by motor from there to staked out. Millions of dollars were! I Mrs. Hose Jones and children, of "Dr. Gaines ?" Curtis raised his I Carlo again and besides; I argued, life
!Miami were lined with real estate offices being spent. I :Nichols, arrived here eyebrows and his tone was
:" impression was that the greatest!! sky. Sunday to spend was one of inI I so short that one might as well
rocketing of land values had passed and there were no Indications of At Hollywood, farther south, was I I the: holidays! __with_ her parents Mr. and quiry. I I II have a little fun whil It la.fo-i!
and that it was the early bird who any slackening business. All were seen a development in a more advan- Mrs. LI. J. Byrd.i I "You know the famous surgeon from "I'm going' to bet it- all! ;-"i said
I? reaped the greatest!! gains. ,crowded. Every other person you ced stage. Streets wre paved. A hotel i Mrs. Bunie Easterling. of Winde- New York, whom everybody raved to the hard-faced woman. )
: A general impression however, that I[meet seems to have land to sell. The was built and occupied; golf courese ''mere is spending a while with her about. He asked me to dance every I "If you win-you get double." \\
\ opportunitities for good substantial whole atmosphere!! is charged with ex..ritement was completed. A bathing caano: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Graves. single night. I thought you'd be hopelessly Because of the large amount placed \\
r i profits probably beyond what would ., over land speculation. fronting the strand! was in opL' 'ation. Misses Irma and Bethel Thomas, jealous and especially on our on one colour I was watched by even '
be expected in the more fully developed I I The one outstanding. topic of con- Another huge hotel was nearing com of Brooker, and Ethel Varnes spent honeymoon and now you don't even the most blase players. i
\ sections of the country, still I vrsation in the big bustling city of pletion. Hundreds of houses were Saturday afternoon with Ruby Dyal. remember his name! Dam!" I The wheel turned. The ball cavorted '
del, provided the investor aboun-I['Miami with its hundred thousand built or building A town of 4,000, we I'' Gentry Cail and Lee Dyal, of Tampaare "Sallie ?" "round its unfathomable bump it :|
l ( want to unload almost over night. I souls is real estate. It would be Impossible were told, had sprung!! up where but I spending while here here with "Uh-huh?" absent-mindedly adjust slipped silently into a number. !
4 FJI A conviction: that the shoestring... investors to get only such group elsewhere three years ago was but a tangle of :[! friends and relatives.Mrs. ing several bracelts. (To be continued) i
I i. and the fellow up north who of a fraction of the size!! whose tropical undergrowth. i I O. W. Dyal spent Friday night "Don't swear, please." Next week-Sallfe meets the most .
I I is buying sight! unseen are running !thoughts so nearly unite on one topic. Whet Carl G. Fisher,. who is now j, at Ziff with her son, T. D. Dyal. "I didn't." handsome man she has *
I great risks. The big development I Probably the nearest thing to it would going to develop Montauk Point L. 1.1 j|I I. L. Ogden, of Pompano, was here "Yea you did. You oaid 'dam'." womanlike she _-_J.I ever? seen-and ..j";,
C managers and real estate promoter i be the great throngs of 00,000 to 80- has done to make a finished resort at one day last week. "Oh, yes that's right I did. but I
% generally are anxious to get tho JOOO who storm our football stadiums Miami Beach was seen before going i,i Charlie Thomas of Tampa, Is homeor haven't in such a long time. And H. 1Z
,. I Notherners down to see their properties I and think and talk of practically nothing :into Miami proper. Miami itself was ( a few days. I did make me mad." For Golfing Friend ']
k confident that their physical lay but football for an afternoon. an eye-opener, a great modern city I Earl Saxon of Pompano and Misses!! "How mad?".playf ally. For one's ,,'
golfing friend. nice }
t out will win visitors over. Expect Industries Next with many skyscrapers and aparently j Alma Dyal and Lois Delk of Hampton "Well, you'll see, sir. I'm going to would be a small a gift
Confident of Future. The great question in the minds a bee ive of activity, all centeringon were the guest of Ruby Dyal make.you notice some man wrist It score pad In a leather )
paying at- strap.
There is something in the air in I of the .group of newspaper men was: I''i real estate. So great are the crow:It I Sunday evening. tention to me before this night a over. keeping one' own score a that space of lbS for I '
What great industries will Florida >and so narrow are the streets that the i Sheriff Epperson 'j
Florida that hits a Northerner as soon I and Deputy Bals- At least he'll make enough impression opponent, and the
as he arrives. t is an absolute conidence I!.,provide to keep busy the hundreds of'' / in the future of this new thousands of new inhabitants who are'' :i New York's. business here Friday. name." --
try-the last frontier in coun-1, as 'pouring into the State from all parts Everywhere the question asked by | Prof and Mrs. Lonnie Vutch will "All .right, Miss Cleopatra Better
t some like to describe it. Every of the country? '! "' ",irthemer is 'Iow long will the spend the holidays at their home in come along though, you won't have Teat
''r t raidiatea it. Wherever the question was asked It'l'!1 I boom last And everywhere the ( Lawtey. time to lose those two thousand "He ha* proposed, but does he real'j'j
I i And small wonder the visitor one//was met with the same gtneral re-11]Horidan answers confidently that it'' One Thomas, of Brooker, was a francs, f we don't hurry." ly love mer
V r.round. Went Palm Beach more sponse, absolute confidence in the industrlal i i IS I is just under way and the possibilitiesf visitor here Thursday.John I I had voluntarily promised not to II for"WJt and see what be lend yon
1 doubled In permanent population in future of the State. A* one It his State are unlimited. As S. McKinney was attending to lose more than the equivalent of Oirlstmas" gjjiie. Then give him
the past two years from 10.000 to of the MR development managers puts I Iit Davie Warfield, president of the business in Starke Saturday. hundred dollars. one your answer.

,, 35,000; its bank deposit more than history shows that as the country i 3taboard Air Line Railway, put* it: I School closed here Friday until af "Oh, I'm so thrilled! I squeezed -
.., tripod ''lone year, from $12.490.000 developed industries have always 11 "The' Seaboard (i. investing some 930- ter Christmas the teachers enter Curtis arm as we entered the Christmas ETC Bread
to$43.952,000, an of Sept. 30 last. grown up wherever big groups of peoIC I 100,000) in Florida. This would not tained the schtlars with a Xmas tree coos hall of the Casino. On spa.I According to an old superstition
Palm Beach jumped from 1,500 year- pie settled. Ha felt it would be un.'t'I i ve I done on the basis of a 'boom'. Land Friday afternoon. was the well-stocked bar, crowded one side by bread baked. on Christmas Ere will
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t MeV i9P1f: Wi CHRISTMAS : ,I Grandmother,-

; and an Odd Tree -- Compares i* J I

Christmas for CHRISTMAS: bushels;; filial i;, Present With Long Ago I

6f cheer X : ; and her great grandmother
Adults as t t6 U ): One Surprise Package That 111 SSS1 Money jlntrllng gaily with no !J,_ JKNNY hating n little chat while

harn Bonner Brought Joy to Entire 1t mercenary hiirdnesn. about It. JJ!I they milted for the annomii' 'etncnt from
/ I I Sleigh bells tinkling In the i''i the mould that ('hrl t"'lI" dinner
'\ ;! was
1 / t \a i Family. clear. pure air. .1.'i{ reud,>'. (Irandmu' Smith hud been born
HKKE: wasn't u sin b 1t1i !: \ 'j Shops alight/ and Oiled with !Jcpeople. and, reared l In the South She waspending

ale child In the I By GERTRUDE WALTONT K. the holidays with her daughter
i I'II m I I v now and '" A-CjJ/ r I People with countless bundles jj i! In the North Grandmother wit

Christmas, they all bl /f 13 plain to we (. lied ribbon, wreath, Christ- jlj 1 h In her early nineties. !but n remarkable
agreed, was a time / I t that for till* Chrlst- jj( Iliac cards selected at the last !{ noniHD for, her nge" Tall erect, spry: ,
I' for chtio1ren1 I. I IluKwMfc m&pent&i Iliac there will be moment Jj! Rhe would never !grow old mentally for

any rate thy all J no tree-I mean Christmas greetings on every /J J J"P. ebe was .inn prouieMslve In her' thinkIng -
'" '"Id, ,that) !tt one that Isn't made p J1? .
I ET us think of Christmas in tenm ofet i
They bad sent-( ,, Awg } from n basket or a Light\ In windows of houses.f{ i I ".,..nIlY. us I looked around the house
t d as families sometimes ilo, and love. Touch the fabric of its mystic !story tahle-no real tree. Trees decorated< with tinsel }. 1 Just now I '>"111.111'1 help' but realise

t Hose,left In the town were two older and we find ourselves enthralled by its !spell. '..t ': Any kind of a Santa Ji and toys. /ti what a difference( n generation or two
fralltCs. Tea It was quite true. Therewasn't In its and I Claug. aa well all J 1 Shadows' dancing between the :it has. made In our 'mode of living I
'' a single/ child In the familynfew warp woof is woven a colorful, masterpiece! !I,I :reds, would die In this terrible place |> fireplace, ami the tree !.V [ couldn't, keep from comparing thin day

> *|They hud nieces und nephews I Ialnat i -a picture too great for even a Raphael to porlrayy' | ) I I It would be nior bearable If JameH 1 Christmas decorations, never'S/ and home" with n Christmas May and|

children they knew and wer with justice / were home," Midi: Lee exclaimed Impatiently |I i out of style always lovely JJJ home I knew lung ago You know

filndff I to whom they would give pref/ ;: 'VIET I a* aha looked lovingly at a Jl 1 Chrlflttnns plants. bunches) ofIi'{ i I Jenny, Andrew end. I were marrlxil on
ell ,They would l give nice present photograph of her elder son, Jamei, r flowers" boxes of candy. !,* one Christmas.curs. ago. Andrew

t+& I ? it is/only the simple story of love., I who because of government service '. All being\ bought delivered or /! 1 built a little cabin on u plot of groundhe

ftbe" themselves' would be sensible. I Deep and {;7. over the .sea cot'ld not spend Christma I arriving /1 ij ijI : owned. It was perched up vn a
snows not
jingling sleighbells are 1
Ttteylwould not give presents to each with his hot'i<' circle. I Doorbells ringing *.'{ i hill. thought II woe the loveliest,
et&ef:J They were grow n.up. Why typical of Christmas.! Toys and tiiisil but / A* she looked out over the treeless 1 I Surprises It most beautiful robin ever built la the

loold they go In for something that represent its superficial side. Feasting does not bey snow-covered prales of her northern 1 I Friend remembering/ W i i whole world. And it was It will the

Fdistinctly a possession of child- I ppeak of its holiness its ranch home, eighteen 1 1 Loyalties emphasized. i last word In cohome architecture
ITbetether would have Christinas dinner 'I' town where tit I 1\\ 1 :I Christmas Eve !-Mary Graham -Jj I!,I and a few piece of hickory furniture ?

That they had finally decMed I That M ChriMnias! season's drought I \\t : \ I lIonn..,. ;i' which Andrew had made I wove all
,, they could not forego. Oh, the I had robbed them V. I !/ (1Q.:) Ittl, W..t.rn Newspaper Union ) fpresent the linens and other cloth which weused.

'ether,, ruling was very sensible and ifOVE which kindles the sparlT within' of garden, and 1 I I j ..M.h ""'..,?-'---.J.i'.h-.h"tJ .. We were so happy We hail. a

thttyjall agreed, but-well. It was I ; that peculiar flash which makes/ lile anon__._, .".-_... ...."_......-. I I \. I big home wedding line of my wedding .

'.alt1"sensible. Children belonged to I whole world one's kin. No we have neve / rose to an excited | present was u tin cup That cup
Cbrlotmas: Christmas to children. Let j I really exclamation them with a tree and Santa was a pH/ed possession much talked 1
It remain that way seen Christmas. We have felt itl! / \ J which brought Claim for Chrlntimis live;" Mrs. Lee, I about and envied by my neighbors.

'jtTbe family who lived down by the I twelve year-old (i laughed. I I I SoiiiHlliues I wonder, we lived so slmj -

eldmill| were ""-\1" ,' the Christmasnner. C e s T Clara from an t { Mm. Lee sung nil the next morning |j ply-and happily- nod now how com-
at lii-r bilking, after (lie had lucked ''1 plea areThe --"
family were comWe onetday, adjoining room to
te It and were going to bring the I T WERE a dull life if only i h'i1 hear the secret ; I her husbund und Ien-jear-old l Lester I|I dinner gong boomed forth a welcome -

MUM pies and the plum puddings as more than three hundred were vibrantXwilChristmas' her mother re In the sled, for their long drive. In sound. The family gathered and
their part of the Chrlstmai fea t. They vealed. I the afternoon, with u liusket on her with Joyful clintieilng hurried In to
wanted to do something about a line. Kindliness-,lhe crude!, "Let us be n arm and some small package fastened the festively nmmiivd I Christens dinner

Christmas dinner-there wasn't any synonymn for Qjri tmas--flashes) as v ellxmider a tree-and a Santa | over her coat, 10 sbe would r..pr..lt. ,1 table. Klennor 10. King.
I a tree, Mrs Leo and Clurii <0, tell W..l.rn Newspaper VtI'.">)>
tpecUl reasnn for It but midsummer \ Claus Yon, started
they wanted sun, in great cenTers.cf business,. in too. 'i I I
to d .. to the wngon to curry Christmas to
> something.WTet he Santo .
pleasure-places of society, and) in the humbleljiorne.UTierever ., may 4 f'4 the ..
) tshle was set the night before. Clou and t will

here I wasn't much to do Christmas we find the desire to help.-to serye, to : D r be a tree laden I While Mrs. Lee put the wagon In V.JN ""'f\.H':404'.J, ,

'%! minister perhaps only to bring a f smile to a careworn 1 with packages which you may tak (order Clara tucked up tilts of Christ'mas LETTER GOT THERE

''!1 face-there we will) discover Christmas / from me and glee to the boys at ttxsheepherders' color she had clipped from mngn- I -
'ffl "'"-. wagon tomorrow. Father tines nr liad designed friim paper.

n'AI and Lester will be gone to towi I On the way home !\IrB. I..... und SIIH didn't hUll Santa Olau'
r:_ tQ, 1929,W..ui. N.e.p.p.. .. v_ all day and we MM, visit the hoya ant Clara planned to hare their Christum .IHAHU... bill "K A knew thai tAunt \

: ...... "* -, packages fastened over Mr. Law, who Mary mulct have It, aO she ,
I Maple Popcorn Balls 1 wrote the following letter tr .
1t would serve a* a tree while Lester
.Q- .;;:, =-h :h i :h i :rt V Pop three quart.* of corn und din I a* Santa Claus, would distribute the I him and .sent II In'care of "Aunt
Mary, New York, having first 1 1read
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card hard l kern Melt'
unjdoruiltg. ,II one tnblei gifts. Upon arriving home they were
1 It to her mother'
Later they would l go to I i spoonful of butter In a miucepan, add surprised to find Mr. Lee and Lester : .
tnareb and Join in singing the Christ i i The Christmas S one cupful of maple| sirup/ nnd one,liulf who had expected to to awny until "Dear"I Hants Clnun-:
hope well Are ?
Shopper you lire you ,
fauui cupful of sugar I ring to Moiling
(hymns.: That would be suitable point dark. There wait greater surprise
Won't hate tyear
i you to come this
to!.the day-te the holiday holy day, I I. and let boll until mixture will become when they found the chore done and In
T Slv r ; brittle when trlei In cold water. Pour upper reply your nil-plain, or your

(But there was a time In between I : ,,]r mixture gradually, stirring all the "Lot us have our tree and Santa atomobllvT Here Is my list! .1
e> before when the children had hit while over corn n Men (has been sprlu Claus arch" Mr.\ Lee .Raid when ho "Too teddy I hear* In dresse' .

'lutelr'lpreaenta-while still they were kled with suit Shape Into bulls, using heard of the plan of a "man-trl'8" anda A doll' writing desk A doll i'
not a girl doll, A doll's houseIt ,
little .
.ibUdreD. before they had grown up or very pressure.Then hoy-Snnta Claus. Of course, every 1
( Is In the corner bookshop
tone away That time would be curl- one was willing. So the
: that Is kept by Miss !Sinclair).
sly, outatandingly empty. end Now some of which had been brought/ that
one bear brown and the other
No oDe talked about It. No cold The old fashioned 1 cloy from town, .
one hoy who used to were being fastenedover while, I think Unit Is all. Your I
I word. But none of them could quite get uu apple, an orange, u handful of Mr Lee as the tree, when ho loving friend' I

': ear' to think of that Christmas presat. s ti rte}., mixed nuts a dime's worth or powder sold, mlsdilevonslv, winking at Lestet, Th. letter must have arrived,

..; ..,time when the packages wereVend and shot or a new pair of liomeknltsocks I ""'1"0 don't forget the large package for the presents .did.-<1 O lisa-"" .t};
when there wa* curlons. eager for ChrlMtm i* now ha.* a grandson I Just brought for <)II! of you. It III I It. erd.

tJWtcltement; and pleasure, delight In who must have H sew car a the closet' '' IIII W....rn Newspaper Union., ) i i
>*aeVlown gifts and In the gift of I mond l ring, und a e'teck Times dla-I Mrs. Lee and Clara. ran excitedly 1'a, )f
,.' tber*,;; to the closet when a package-a tall Fi.NN ;..>

: Mo one said a word. No one knew At Christmas Time hoy-seized them .
\ I .
LWh,..| ch other ? + r
was thinkIng. Mr. Smiles Hi why du both In his arm.
you expect
Butltl&rl that morning one of the i I Through
a Chrlstmns box ,iron me? Surely I i ihave smothered Christmas Card That
fjtombers/ of the family down by the joy-cries
(mil no deal'' us with you? I I IYes of"James Ended
BtlJtelephoned| the other family and !< r I When His Loneliness
<>>- sir please. i1r.
ke 1 .l them to come down early yen i F did M\ernl '
you come? years' i Iri-uinslnnrei bad
I tripped over my "op IIIHI ueek.! I Ii FOil
!'IUilst flied: UP one r two little ., Mr. Leo explained ..finnesMngnll, move from
WnIl'So: said the one who had tel.I I MMM'1Ne'Ml1MM1M11IThe -- -- I that on a previous lawn to town mi that hi seemed) to lone

honed, a little hyly and to her own visit to town almiisl i lie entire' unneclliin with his

DJQ'; she snld the same. !: S r he had received past Hi was so in"euplpd with trade.
'het, came Every one gathered i New Year word that James lie did, not note the /pusslng yenra, nor

,boutlthe old table that had heenbrought I I I was coming homo renll/e that almost all hU hoolmatos
9j*f rencceO
; out >>ver\ Christmas It cue j j Come 'M-KlflfMMi Morton,In fm'hrlntmna.ll.kept "- now were. iuarrle p(!halt1 old table, but It somehow I ;.J: ChriHIen Advecel* the secret a* of thirty-,nv...

seamed to be a part of Chrl..ttnns And a happy surprise One Otirlstnms I hare, however, when
e NW I tNWN IIlI1'.V'1'dV'IIIIV' ..
t-aoitlme It was revered tt Ifh gifts 1 a' I I from :Mr*. Lee he returned In an empty hotel room
,Rtety'one hud nirreptltliiii l hue ..tI l.r OVER the sunlit hill of time I and Clara. Upon It wee with feelings that In aplte of bU

lnf.|%1p little present for each otherAqdthe f. tOut Now year comes on Joyful pretense of (retting business SIICC".H, noiuethliig, vital wa*
; table under It1or I lacking In hi* life
groaned Perhaps that was
">f the nlnht the sweet balls chime some gifts
k .elgl package tied with guy[ ; ,old r. Music >>f hope and promise sw.*t. for the children, why he dlslllteil I'hrlxlinm *.>. When .

bboos and tissue paper as of yore I with he and 1 Lester business eused. nuthln)( else remained
late the dead paMt our dead
.i; we agreed we wouldn't give lT w* th* old. old year away, ; had planned the In the solitude of hi* room, h.
0) Christmas presents to em-h othertMdtyear r IIopis "''e have had and tears we've I trip to town after Samoa. who waa opened the few. Christmas curds which

." they murmured from, tlmt M .he4. i now hungry and ready for supper."May till sought him out Kvery one bcanned
to time. : Each well, beloved yuted. \ I serve a* your tree this year .( he tossed aside. enept ouafrom

'-W. said we wouldn't hove a : All. all are In thy .....1... hand; with brunches. I hope, strong enough/ the drat girl he had ever'
purlstmas celebration now that wewer rA What once was ours now I. thin*. I to hold all the trust and confidence ..1011pla..e klMed. lie held. It tenderly and read
1 Where wrong mon the record si.nds It many time "You faithful .all In
grown up root U blot II with. they love dlvlnelRemember me all well a* to hold an;
hrlennac, we said was entirely .nar 1 package of love and service the real ke murmured, and going to the tele
for children" I e not the petty sin Bantu I! Claus allow me to carry to hi* phone Inquired when he could talch
1 Y4II, so they bad said. But' so deep- I It That marred our troubled ye.l.ra r.I (children everywhere Again I hope a train. He had decided to go home
B. with. us a. thin b vtn.
year and lee hi* friends
again am1 Bud
:\t Iywaa the Christmas celebration I And lead us on tor f.lr.r ", .,.. that I may be a worthy Santa. Clan*- a
) [around the shaky old table before the III* Nantes ClHII-tlJ distribute fib partner If he could to make life

t [MiiJSrepIace. 1 rooted In the heart of 1 Still hold the dream before our eyesEnvisioned [peace and (good will Jamee) said a* he really a success -.II Lucius Cook.fA .
and ..... Iff!. W. ., .
clear .e. *
ever j rn Nur.p4 r lr loa )
c ..ekl that they couldn't' In spite ofjyM4fc.r.e ji A star to bid our pints rise. l learned of the afternoon visit. to the

'1'r >tflvedo any, di 'erenUJ. A lantern to our etumbllne; feet I Ibrep-brrders' wagon. dlltsq kl_. ;.,.
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-- The Christmas: Dpint;

:lJ.Ylfl.S'J.SVlILVJ.S;:;: ::;: ; ::: :;:::::;:::::::::; :;lS: : ::;i:1JJJ.L::: ::: ;:;';:;:mq; : To Get and Give Most: ; Old Bill Hallons' .I It Can Never Be Cheap
: Pleasure at Christmas Over I Car Load of Toys A SHE worked in what was consider
II. r _, UNCLE JIM'SIL 1 Is Christmas generosity and Turning a j CHRISTMASBy second-rate store In a big ctrl
THERE To her, though, the store was a beuutl.
; 1 CHRISTMAS ; charity.; New H.F EMILY BURKS ADAMS ful one. And when It was decorated
But there should always be Christmas Leaf
BV MARION tCAQAN tact. How Lonely Man on Christmas I at Christmas time with Its tinsel and]

LII k.::h:{;::J.S:::A'N'J/.N.1SV.SS'llJ.S'J.SV..S::::::::: :;;::::: : ;::; :;:;:::::::::;::;:IYJJ.L r When you are giving to those who Eve Spree Brought HE beautifully decorated gay the most Christmas beautiful touches place, she on thought earth. It
have not as much aa you have do not
1 T WAS Just a week. i give your presents with condescendingmanner OW listen to me, Joy to Orphan. house, thel i I She loved the Jewelry that was loll
o, before Christmas. or with a patronizing air. ...pple," snld Hap- gently falling\ ,, there Sometimes she would hold i
The Jncksons Do !good Brown as he. snow the.. brisk at > bit of cardboard from which hung i
not act
aa though ;you were By MARION R. REAGAN I I'nollpht'rl' '
that Is to .sav. superior because ;you could give. Do e got: up from his the bur cheap earring to her ear and would

the J. .I.'s. the UH1' not attach a cold, haugtity. speech to easy chair to wleA LD DILL HALLO ry, and the expecting ( think that when she got her pay the

I''H and the W. J. your gtftSometimee e .byf ...... .the clock and putout H;, who had a : ; of loved ones, following week she might buy a pair

\ "NI'ft; .Tu. "l-sons: --hail, nil people can give "so that o ...:: ...... the cat and I reputation for beI J evidenced the presence They were certainly becoming and
vfllit' t met In the home all the glow that comes from'' the giftIs lock the back door. I I ing the tightest of Christmas. would be mere so when off the card.

of t the latter to the one they..; themselves receive because "Listen to me. It's man (in the county, :Merry laughter and hurried steps assured board.
dlMcuRII what was referred to ns thrlrVrfflllciiintMit. of their own feeling of having two days now till Ch rllt nl 0 II. Look at always broke away Mrs. Bearfoot that her adoredson > How crowded the store became
'' ." The oldest son of the been charitable. Sometimes such a that lot of packages/ over there on (the from his usualstinginess and daughter had arrived. around Christmas time. The people

b W. .I. .luckKotiH Inn) Just ;tore Into speech can extract ull the real pleasure sofy that I've got to play Sunty Claus at "Hello, mother u Merry Christmas would, look and admire and buy. She
business sumo, fe>\. "months before.. .and. out of the gift to the one receiving It. on. Think of the piles and piles of I Christmas! time and !" shouted Rose and Wayne. would be so busy. It was splendid to

Ills father., nnd '.''H two uncles., J. J Christmas Is the time for true charIty bundles< we've sent out already, ; big mode a practice of driving about on "You've heard about! Edithmother; st be busy, and even to be tired with the

71 and II I' '".oJ endofi'il. I !his! note In for that charity which comes from bundles and little bundles, to Jim's Christmas Eve distributing presents here she Is. I know you'll love her; Christmas rush There was somethingso I
I tbe meantime the bimlnem" had. frilled the heart, which loves one's.. fellow men folks and John's folks, :/.alry's folks to people whom he hud never seen I EdIth; ,does and I'm about to. Shake stimulating about' the Christmas

and, the .iMi'kxoiiN. were now ,culled onto and wants to do nil that, Is possibleto and Mandy's folks, the preacher the before. lie led a lonely life, and his hands with mother. Edith," continued rush.
mule, 'he note "ul.,! To pity :IH bring Joy wherever possible. orphans' home, the old< cobbler, the Christmas Eve sprees were the big Wayne, excitedly. There were several floor walkers lathe

they o>,i.ilnly. would !have to niennt Give as though It were a pleasure! washwoman and the. newsboy It's/ got gest events In his life. He usually I "Yes, we are so glad to have you, store-an extra one was added for.
to s.iiTlll'' i H what, little they tinil. and to give-not us though, you were being so that Christmas Is a nightmare. drove around, the slum districts with I Miss Durrow," said Mrs. Benrfoot as the Christmas; season. True, their
'j BOI.C, of tlU'm11' any too prosperous. noble. Accordingly the next" morning Hep- a car full of toys end clothing and she shook hands with Edith. gresence was not so magnificent ni f'
"l.n.\ nb: ut asking Uncle .Thn for Do not give us though you thoughtby : pie any Happy Brown started., out on ,I| stopped, Indiscriminately in front of I "Thank you I am delighted to he the floor walkers In the great, expensive

the l.ioieyV":' R. P. siHdresteil. "11 e'. giving you i lint) the right to assume their last shop houses and. tints\ leaving a few pnck- I here and to know you. What a thrill stores, but th..yVere grand ti :
i; rich" ,.u... -nil: and It wouldn't hurt him." a certain iittltinto, of disdain toward ping tour before *f v 1 ) ages on each doorstep. Fie never hod I'm having, I'm wild about Oklahoma. her Ami, she loved to say with i

"Vc .," 1Ilel..llpleo. ) Ms wife "but those who were somewhat beholdento Christmas A< accepted the proffers of hospitality Rose! and Wnyne think they have a beautiful manner :
r you .'orgct he's Just as tight as.. he's )'ou. /' they turned the t and refused always to go Inside. I Joke on me because I thought ull those last a moment, imidame ; I will call !
rich uncl there Isn't one of UI that's U you are more Fortunate In worldly' corner of the This Christmas Eve however he oil \\-elln were windmills." the floor walker."

even laid ,')' Countn WtlHam's goods It Is your opportunity to have main street they found, peculiar predlcanient. "Yes. mother," Interrupted Wnyne. And then this Christmas, greater t
death stout iy'exractQ ." the great pleiiiurp that Is derived by came upon tw o Ileestoppedn In front of a battered I "Killth said, 'How nil theses.. windmills happiness than ever came to her.t
"That's nil right: ," repllefl her husband giving. There I lire few greater pleasures children, aha>' old frame house, which he knew remind one of Holliind, most wonderful floor walker come ai '
"people.. get generous Impulses' when you give with the real and a girl, poorly \ I very wrll. It was the fourth year Iifind "Oh. well. I shall be ell the wiser an "extra" but they said he would b'''
at Christmas time nnd you never get ClirlHtnuiN, spirit. clad who stood ( '/' gone there with tops for the little I when I return to Chicago. I'm anxiousto taken on for good-he was such i

anything In this world unless you ask Theru\ In nirlHtmns generosity and' with their no..e.prealledolfaln.1. ry 'boy. lie had scarcely stepped out of see all the Indians Rose and Wayne capable man. Ii
t tor it" "ciirlHiiuiiK chari ty. i I And she took him on for good. For.
the car when little Johnnie came runS have told! me about. Are they Joking
Everyone agreed, that what K. P. Hut there should iilwnys he Christmas the window of a nlng out of the house, half crying. me about that too? I hope so, for I hadn't they fallen In love with each .
said was true !enough but none would, tact.-Mnry (Urahuiu. Homier. small shop wherein "What's the matter, won?" he asked I. nm mortally afraid of Indians, but of other at once?
i "stoop to ask a favor of him." It < UM. W..l.ru N.w..p.r Union) were displayedfew I "Oh, It's ma ; It's ma Q'wan in course the government. keeps them Oh, to some the store might seem

1 wouldn't do that was all. It wouldn't a cheap dolls an' look." guarded: cheap, the people In It might seem I
t do. and toys. Th.ywere I nations had no desire to go In and "Yes. Edith, if I may call you funny imitations of the people who
!f However, after the little meeting f't" ("' -V-L.1 ..,-. so engrossedIn look, but the child was so Insistent Edith:, and she caught the twinkle in belonged to the very expensive storei I
broke! up and the families went on Y their Inspection -- and so pathetic, with great tears her son's eye. "The'' Indians need But there was glorious Christmas happiness )
r+... their various ways., each had" the Ides 1!it.: CHRISTMAS i iIi of these articlesthat notching ; they are running WayneIs In that store. For It radiatedthe
'1 that after all it wouldn't hurt to try Ii; ii, they did not notice the man 'I n good athlete and will see that you Christmas spirit And the Christmas "
Uncle Jim. They would say nothing 1 i+f. GRILL air, the brilliance of tjL and woman who stopped behind them ; are not scalped, at least. .spirit ran never be cheap !-Mar;

i I to the rest and If It did not turn out |' I'd snow, carols ever- !I I'd |j' and listened to their childish "prattle I "Well I want to climb to the top of Graham Bonner. /

./ well, no one would ever know. ./I greens and fruiting. These con- I'! "There's a Noah's ark"" said the I one of those 'windmills.' All the wellsI .((1 B.:) 111!. W.at.roN.w.pap.FUnion.) J
; V stltute rhrlstiium to the |f1id "The could! with that
1 And so that night: three letters were senses it}| boy. baby play I know anything about go down and
Uncle Jim R. Hut deep within! there Is a lot There's animals Inside, and If
sent to -one from I' man iil i\j\' I shall still call th_e tall things' wind- [
..j one from W..1. and one from J. J. IIII! something whi<'h the hrlithtest: of .({ she'd play with one at a time It would I I and
mills. to
il 1 want see a tepee on Presents Do
Jackson, asking/ for M.fHH) ) to 111'.1'off +j carols cannot In Itself, awaken j//ti seem like new toys all the time." I Indian, chief too before I return Expensive
I'. : the note of the young Jackson, and, i: -a .sense of klnulilp with nil the ;59V / I "Yes but there ain't no dolly In I home" Not Give Most Pleasure :

thus save three families from utter world Hint expands. sad bios- j8' there," said the girl. "She wants a I Dinner was nerved. and Edith noticed AND MRS. GORSE were In
ruin. ,(,'! HnniH Into a spirit of reiil lirothy "'!{ dolly. How much money you got n the exquisite table service and MR. to spend Christmas with

Uncle Jim, nn Irate, extremely I erhuodmid tlilx 'Is ('hrilltlllla.I'!( Billy" m1)dal J r appointments. The drawing room was \tr. Corse's wealthy sister on her farm

close old bachelor, wee furious the Jj i W. i). Pennypuckera Carefully drawing his hands from I spacious and Edith marveled at the "But we can't ; we can't," Insisted Mn
of Peci'iuher !.H. ife I@ 1666. W.n' Newep.p.rUnion I ;(. his his
morning : paced III pants pocket, the boy opened magnificent furnishings' The rugs Gorse "Our rent has been raised thli
the floor, his fnco rrlinson three letkers : i.hv.-: ,;=_ ...;' _" ; fingers and slowly counted the few t : were Oriental : the pictures were done year, and living Is so dear In town we
a'' crouched In Ids list "11,. Ceorire; pieces of change In his palm "Thirty- master artists. of afford that her
t by : and the culture cannot presents even
i what. neivel" I The beeping henxta' !" !hexploited. i.. :t:>>:::r : two cents. Sissy. I haven't lost any I I children will enjoy."

He 'HI doun I to write a of it." i iI "It's us they want, and not our
j Saved to Buy Christmas "Thirty-two cents I My, that's a lot III ? i gifts," rejoined' Mr. Gorse. "You leave

1 Present for Her Daddy of money I A lot of money, Billy, and a- the presents to me."
it took a long time to earn It and save I
i1 i1si | ''T"M1K eldest nf the four childrenMIH it. But-but somehow It Isn't going to "Gee, It This Where Va Live, Mister?" t On Christmas Day the Gorsea drove
| now ten : their mother had. been Asked Johnnie. up to the big white country house ti
j buy much, is It, Billy I
their flivver. Such a welcome as th rl'
s | dead three yenrs. How the father hud\, ,,
"No, but thirty-two cents Is better received Not an Idle nor an embarrass.. ,
I 1 Kept such u yuuiiK family together WAil streaming down his cheeks that the
I' a miracle even to hIm, but with the than nothing. old man followed him into the house Ing moment-even for Mrs. Gorse who
help of the dUI nursery' he bad managed "Well, then you could get the Noah's The "house" consisted of one room, discarded so reluctantly the weight of
very.. well. ark : that's only twenty-five cents In the greatest disorder. At the far city poverty. Laughter, music, fun

| For the third, Christmas now the I Then you'd still" have money left-how side a woman was lying motionless Ina prevailed. And after dinner, when the
1 widower tucked the children snugly In much, Billy small Iron bed. nations knew at grown-ups peeked Into the nursery to

J f bed with u promise to cull them utdaybreuk. "Fifteen and ten, that's twenty-five" once she was dead."Look see what the children were doing; Mr j.
'1 ty Then he tiptoed to his own carefully separating a dime and three \ here, Johnnie," he said, turn. Gorse had his triumph. The children
I room. nickels from the rest of the little pile. I ing to the child "you run out and get had discarded their expensive ton I
"See, Sissy, that leaves only seven 1. and sat In a circle on the floor playing J
; i Half an hour Inter when the house into the car outside. Your mother is
was quiet, Santa Claus entered the cents to get something for you." very sick." Industriously with some ten-cent rang

tiny kitchen and proceeded to fill the "For me? Ho Never.. mind me. I \ Without a word the little fellow left I II nets he had brought.
I ft four little stocking( hanging In a row don't want anything I can dress the and got Into the machine. Hallons I "You know our children's likes bet
;, sl 1 fe behind the stove. Then suddenly he dolly, you know, nnd play It's mine came out soon after and assured "1'11 Count It a Mighty: Fine Chrhrt. ter than we do," said the charming 3
rt remembered that he had forgotten to when the baby's asleep. :Maybe we! Johnnie that everything was all right mal Prestnt. i i hostess, as she lead the Gorses back to

And On From J. J. Jackson Asking bring a present for the father of the can find something for mother. Oh. for that evening anyway. To( himself, the living room. "And nothing I r.. j
house. How Billy If we could of those the home was" In keeping with the elegant celved so much as the
ayy for ,000. disappointed the little get one however, he was wondering what on pleases me '.
ones would be tn have their father green wreaths with the red berries earth he would do. lie had the car furnishings. books you brought me, unless It la 10
terse note to each saying "No," definitely overlooked.. like thin. Why, they would wouldn't It be lovely !I" stop at the undertaker's and made arrangements Rose and her mother were visiting, have you here on Christmas day."

but found It a little difficult think he's not been .nod But it was "Motherpeeds stockings more than for the burial. Be purposed aa only a mother and daughter can Even Mrs. Gorse knew that hit\
i even lie--to be so col<1.1o'luolly he too late, now, to get: him anything. anything else. Besides, the greet saying nothing Johnnie aboutIt after .a four months' separation. "Oh. words rang true.-H. Lucius Cook. ;
: thought thu It'IIoI''Ml way to get out of Nothing could be 'ili"ne. wreaths cost more than seven cents until after Christmas but then- I mother. It's too funny I Edltb thinks ((ft. HIS. WMtvrn N.w.p.p.rUnlan.) ,

It gracefully would be to write Buy Ing Shortly after the house was quiet apiece: I'm afraid! Come on ; let's.. g< that he hlumelf hud lad reverses and once again, the little girl stole Into In end see what they have Kot." care to put him !In u home lie disliked her She Is a dear, and Wayne Is ,
J wan poorer than any one of them. To the kitchen and hung a stocking with a "Walt amI''> Institutions of any kind., I, crazy about her I think It Is mutual. GENEROSITY"I I
make It a !little more graphic\ he even package In U near the others. For ute" said Happy have I 1 however Her Idea of Indians so HIS :
"Do relatives son?
yon any
1.4 referred! to his 'void" gm' rl't." months she had saved her pennies so Brown, putting amuses us.
he asked suddenh. aunts
I Mrs. J. J. Jackson. appeared at the that when Christmas came again she his. hand on the Wnyne and Edith were visiting as
or anything
breakfast table next morning with a wonld be able to play Santa Clans to boy's shoulder."lvhere / If they, too, had been separated several
"No said 30hnnle."I nave
letter In her hn nl. daddy. "How surprised 'n happy he do you a months. "Well, Edith, what think I
In Ireland but I've
"From Uncle Jim," she answered, will be," she thought as she crept '1 t' children live" grandmother never you of Ponca now, and of mother She J
her ?
<1\\ limply to. her h m'Mml's'! luynlry. back to her room.-H. Lucius Cook. A ,,,. The boy's hand seen Is some mother, I tell you. You need I
"Nothing doing, I suppose!" he (. "1.. WMMrn N.w.pi Y closed tightly on "Oh, I Just wondered, he answered not fear the Indians, Now that you've ; *
I In front of
.1 asked. the few pieces of casually. They were the met mother and hare seen Pnncelaren't
old Hallont house .
I big now.
'* "Oh, It's much. worse than that money. you ready to give me that an
I "Gee 'Is this where live master" ))
'" Jack ; the !poor old man-read this.Isn't Burning the Yule Log "Rack on the ya sweet I'll count It a mighty fine :::=: ()
asked Johnnie, amazed and excited to
It too bad, after all he's had? next street, near Christmas present.
The burning of the Yule log at J think he was actually going to visit in
Invite him here' for I "Oh
"Let's Clirlsltiax the elevator. Why, ;: Wayne, you must wait until
Christmas (time, la parts of Englandand such a mansion. Ilallons assured himIt
:Mrs. J. after the
J. "it'st
+i/ dlnnpr.lIlII't'.tPll\ mister Where are communIty tree I want to
) pretty lined, on hi in, you know, being the continent Is a survival from i d you going?" was his house. "Gee whiz I" was see More of these natives. All good I

1 t, alone and old Mite that. ait ancient festival annually held k' .. Back on the all Johnnie could say to express his things are worth waiting !for you
t If1 1 It wns IIlI'rre.(1'11..' : J 1. ant down among the northern nations to celebrate !;i- .? next street, near admiration. know, and besides It Isn't time yet to
\ .
'!t and t wpot.the following : the return of the sun after the .,' "'- the elevator," said Inside, Hallon/ had a chance to give our presents." I hear that you are going to gin .
winter solstice (December 21)). The e: --- see.. his new frle-'l In i better light It automobile for
Pear Uncle Jim : ;:.: Happy, as he took was Christmas Eve, and Edith your( mother-in-law an
to have bothered. Yule log Is bought/: to bring good fortune He was extreme, .dirty and ragged. and "
,;J 'VI' are so sorry !' the boy's hand. "I ; Wayne werr talking of the community Christmas.
,I yon ,,'Ith0" note but we never knew and frequently part of It Is want to .see yoi.-r,!\ mother and the He had a sharp Intelligent little face! tree... 'My What a crowd "Yes" but It is guaranteed not to
saved to light the new one In the following with large, sparkling blue eves; Hal there I ber
of your-.reverses. Won't you' come bnhy. was, Wayne. The singing was run more than half way from
and spend the! Christmas holidays, with year. The Italians regard the "It uln't much of a place, mister... Ion liked him at once. lie ordered next to divine ; hut where were the house to mine without breaking"
ail! The enclosed Is a postal orderfor charred Yule log as a pre"entlnagllinst And iii.iilier'H washing, I guess. She a light supper to lie prepared and thdianar'"The, i down"
93.RO to cover the fA reo !'.> come \\J1I'ht nlnar. "Yule" Is an old "moat ninny Is." sent Johnnie upstairs with a servantto man who sang that beautiful

} a We are most anxious to see you word for Chrlntinu, and Is still soused "::10..\...,- mind, that. Come on, Hep- have him scrubbed. "Put him In a baritone solo was at one time aa Indian I ..

"Your affertlonate niece provlnclully. pip" turning:; to his wife who was Just pair of my old pajamas when' lie's chief; the girl who gave that Impressive
clean and send him down ordered Coconut Balls
"ANN. behind "lth the girl's hand In hen oration was his grajddaugh-
The peculiar thing was that prerlsely Chocolate Caramels Their stay there was not long, but Hallons. ter. The Indians were all around you Into a saucepan put three cupfnli
t. ,.' the. same thing happened In the > Use one pound of brown sugar, oa.I was nioiui-iitoua for Illlly's mother and That night after the supper had Edith." of granulated sugar add two cupfnli!
home of the R. P.'.a and W. T.'.. with i fourth pound unsweetened chocolate her little brood. Happy Brown had been eaten Johnnie srtiepled up neat Edith's eyes.. opened-"Oh I I thoughtall cold water and boll until sugar spin
the result that Uncle Jim again received i shaved and one-half cupful of water. i made BUI) Hilly happy by placing a I the logflre In the lr "> '''ng room, a delightful Indians wore blankets and &\Inal"! thread from tip of fork dipped Into It 1.
three. letters from his nieces, Roll same a* fudge! and before removIng ; dollar bill In his hand and another la little figure .(net lost In the "Edith, the Indian of today is dye Into this sirup stir a good-sized .00

I., all enclosing the fare to Rvunmlllo. from fire. add a generous lump of Sissy's, and. telling them to go on with spacious! folds of Ml, pajamas. His Illzed. A race that has suffered, yes; coconut Jr1'atl"oI-the prepared dry coconut
.f' '.f for Christum dinner. butter and one cupful of walnut or their Christmas ..ho(>.....g. He had left face shone with eleneaa.:\! i i but a truly American race ; a race! that << does not answer the pnrpoM
Old Uncle Tim was genuinely other nut meats or they may be omit- I a yellow-backed bill on the table un Old Ilallons sat bll" ': in his comfortable was sent from plnre to place; a race quite as well-take saucepan at and
\' touched of all the things that might ted.. After It Is poured Into a buttered der a plate. As be and Hepple.. turned easy-chair' wanting the child. that fought and won. Only a small from Ore and turn contents into bowlor '
have happened certainly this was the pan cut It In squares before.. It portion of their where will cool
) the corner he pulled out a notebook He was more pleas; with the sight vast Inheritance was set saucepan candy
l' :' lasts/ he would have expected. gets hard and noted down as be muttered.. to than with anything li.. had ever known allotted them but that portion has quickly. When cool enough.. 'to ban ,
F; That night Christmas Ev*. the. himself.. : "Coal, blankets potatoes, before i I waxed rich In oil. I am an Indian, die make Into balls with the Bnger..
c rack lion. met stain at the J. J.'e to What to Give? ; canned goods apple*-here, Hepple, "See here Johnnk- "What would 'Edith nor would I conceal It I am roll In powdered sugar and wrap U

,I .. .,pppCC discuss what conld be done about the When one think. of what to give an I, take this money and get things for yon like most t? himfor Christmas I i bestowing.. upon you the highest honor waxed.. paper.
note which Lad to be met on the old friend for Christmas, the first 26th. They had not gotten far wfth Is. "Now what did I give him wsnt rm getting a few things the Johnnie stretched himself out on I become my wife. Edith-the wife of Common Type

1 f" their, plans when the noise of a hlrrh.i last year?" Perhaps that Is as good mother needs." the comfortable pillow In the attitude ,I an Indian-a man who would die for Jnd Tonkins says his folks .t"" ." l'

i powered motor was heard oauMe< and a way as any. to open the question of ;! .'T...., but, Happy I thought you'd I of one about to thlu. over a serious his race and you? If yon will promiseme put off: their Christmas arrangement .
the hell rang. New Year's resolutions. l worn off." proposition. "Well" he said at last; this will be the happiest Christmasof so that along about the 23rd of December ,
ZII..loulIiuCl... Jliu I" exclalmeilAirs. "I I'd like my life. .
( I think a house like thisJust both earl. )
"Hepple Brown this doesn't count they hare to shop
J. J.. wbn .she openers! the" door Santa a CuriosityJud I| Thla is an Investment." like this I want this Ore and "Yes Wayne. I promise I want to and late.-Washington Evening Star
w; "Of cuurxe. Uncle 31m;"' 1IIIIj| | the oln this pillow too." be the wife of an Indian-a Hevrfoot
Tuokla says he wishes therewere "An InnBtmentrI
11 Dlan."J 1 WHB only teusln yon when I ITallons smiled. "Very' good" he. Indian-with a brave athlete as
a Santa Clans, because It wo.Id safest and most satisfactory Investment my U Christmas
I wrote, that k'Uor. I had Intended said "all I'll ask Is pmtertor", The radio was
that share U tuned In
be such relief. to have a there It "He you I
a strangerdrive Happy. that merry
I I In due time we shall wish a
.ill,I .I.n" and! |wytn/ off the an"M..ry Christmas to "
coming with me, but It Is your home little aU. was l'l'It
up to the house and not try to rtveth t. the poor lontteth to the Christmas to everybody exceot 1b0l<
lltll ..ot... llore take the _Jiint a new i sell him IOmetllWa.abIDlJto. Zrrping Lord.1" man, from this time on." | the greeting.
who call It Xmas.
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NOTICE OF LEASE OF COUNTY CON. County Florida' SRI ', to i poet, North 905 ft. to a pott. Bait | Eat To Stop tt Cough Quick
Your Wife Afraid To
Anything r
V1CTS l 1R8 fl lo.-t on Section line thence South' j jUL
i "* ft of S... Town- take HAYFV IIPALIXG HONEY a
to point beiciniiinK 14
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Mistletoe Wisdom Notice .In hereby given" that on Monday Deputy: Clerk hip' 0. South Range 20 l!:.., 8 ....... | "I was afraid to ant because I al- I routth miMlic ,o which mops the 00114)1) by f
vista Unuary"f Bradford/ lli.'B. the county l av will af be the mold county In front eon- ;- The aid lend being. .awiaied at the date of I wnhail .stomach tumble itfttrwunN.Mme I healing the .it":II'imi'J and intuited tin".. .
I' Bg\ Violet A'lenm Storey, of thf Nuuth dour of the euirthou tn StarVe. I NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED t lie in* mote of such c..tlficata In the mime of :; inking \illcrika I can eat and I A I b- of GRI'IVE'S VVrN-TRATE:
s rlnrida. to the hluhnt and beat aliiiibla bidderfor UNDER SECTION ITS OF THE I nknuwn. Unieu laid 0' rtifieat..hall has ALVE ,IT' C.uat; .:ukK Heats vIJs; and
-... Montreal |-om V H..., governing tama Period of laid lease will
One spoonful Adlorika' removi GAS
run through the 1V U, The board IIA YES' HEAUNi. rtONEY. The naive
year rewviia I on the tub day of January A. Du I
the right to reject any and all bid. I Notice !. nereby'clven that M... V. B. Sapp.purchaur 1928. and often brings surprising relief to should be rubbed on the client and, throat
IE CHANCED!: to ipq a bunch of qreeu J. M. BROWNLEE 'I I 7th day of of Juna Tax A.eartlflcate D, I90D. has No.filed SO. dated laid certificaw the- Wltneaa my official signature and seal I thl. the stomach. Stops that full, bjoutedfeelinK. .if children suffering from a Cold or Croup.The .
.1 That hunq above hti bead Chairman Board of County Commlaalonera. j I In my ofdea and haa mad application the 11th day of December. A. D. 1925. II Removes old waste matter Hrallnfl effort of Hnvea' Ilealn! llone"In-
tod theft he looked at her ukance, Attest I for ta> deed to bauo In accordance with law O W. ALDERMAN from intestines and make: you feel side the throat enmhlnnd with' the healinaefffortnfdrove
-TWut to thai ?" ha Said certificate embrace the following d. Clerk Circuit Court BradfordCounty a P.D.T'.to Salve through the pure of
thing Mid.j G. W ALDERMAN. Clerk 12.18.8414.NOTICE erlbed property, situated In Bradford County happy ami hungry Excellent for obstinate he.kln soon itops omighUuih .
bluhad and shook bar learned look, I Florida to-wit" : Florida. Sold all leading rpiuedlri are parhMl one carton and the
tad turned her face aitdafe. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Benlnnlnc at a poet 888 ft. North of South- I By: C. A. KNIGHT I eon'tipation. by cat of the combined treatment la&'ic.JUKI .
that Is pert Interesting! UNDER SECTION ITS OF TUB east corner of Section Fourteen and run Wait l.Ml-Bt-1-8 Deputy Clerk. \ druggists\ ask your druggist for HAYES
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keep their sub from..tnfeAnd Notice U hereby. liven that I. W. Flobolnter.
sometimes they mould cat it dove Jr.. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. X. dated "
,Vilhiluei bladed knife. the 3rd day of July A. D. U22. ha filed. laid %
certificate In my office and has made appllca.then v
And one time Saldir of the None,
for tax deed to III... In accordance with ,
It*Or legend ti'l! "I K>. law Maid certificate embracea the following :I LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith THE AMERICAN LUNCH
|97ai shot until arrow' of It to described property, tltutated In Bradford ,
Some fear the munletoe." County, Florida, to-wit
The V.titls.oe Step out a bit. Eat half of Northeast quarter or North. '' i LOST THE KEY. HE WILL
I'm not afra'd' of tht*. cast quarter, Section 12 Townahlp %. South
Itunue ID Eaat 20 acna.Tho
fill tell iou] vital I know of)LaII.
.i told her with a kw. laid land being an-mied at the dtiof l.tY.COt'RTNEY .
.nuance of inch certificate In tha name
of A. O. Oowen Unluu aid certificate shall PEEK REALTY COMPANY
has redttmnl. accordion to law tax deed will and LIEBENO ,
'Not Too Late for'I ta-u-O, 1D29.thereon on the llth day of January, A. I !"Starke Fin

\\ ,... ? STARKE, FLORIDA ?.
"" my official ilunatura and meal thll I
Merry Christmas th. 9th day of Occembet, A. D 1926.
i, O W. .\LDERM\N .
Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I

Trip Home From Dance and

I Hard Jolt for Russwin i . '
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'Pi and Caroline. I II'V i
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,111' ,i 'IE moon rose clear
c$ and I bright over a'' i
freshly snow.laden i iFlorida's

world. It was the II Ideal Fertilizers

rhrlatmna evening of dance the big

nt the Trunket- i
rule town hall, an
{ event In which old
land young all over the countryside
{participated a night remembered
1 throughout the year and anticipated

[long The before couples Its fairly arrival flew around the II
Best For 30 Years
|hall, some spryly, others not quite ..0lmbly _
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Nevertheless there was an
I heroic effort about It that wan' appeal. ,
fag; to nay the leant The last strains
.t,)music died away promptly as the I
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,favor In this town.is I
'- i the couple filed out of the hall,
Corn Cotton Tobacco other Watermelons Sweet
6 Caroline and Russnln were the last you grow or staples, ,
[to leave. Arm In arm, apparently sotflrtent Whether

,1 o <,grossed unto- an themselves all-absorbing, deeply eon versa.enhi or truck crops, IDEAL FERTILIZERS can help you improve the Qual-

it Ion,' they approached t mall car
>' ity and increase the yield.
(parked near the hnll Kuvsnln opened
(the-duor of thp machine and helped
(Caroline In. Cloning the door he seat
1ad himself at the wheel and soon they i
were off down the road,

nU8swln"Engine's\ a
coughed and choke getting up speed.ITThat .
: wn a treat dnnce Always steady and continuous growth, the plant food they contain is well balanced and the perfect
faeems so good to see all the old cote .

liege grit my fellows four back yenrt.home even If I I never did have re mechanical condition due to our thorough seasoning and curing process will be especially

; to leave vow.. Yos" laughingly ho
(clipped his arm around Caroline as pleasing. '
|abe nodded her n ....nt.
Suddenly am with glaring headlights -
[ came around the bend In the

[road avoid blinding hitting RusHwIn'n the approaching, eyes. Tryingto car There is no need for experimenting when you are assured the highest possible quality in

( which was conilni at high speed, he

I turned out sortie little distance. AI I IDEAL BRANDS. They made to fit Florida and conditions and complete
(most before be knew what had hnp- are crops our

pelied the car was sliding down the
fellppcry snowbank. It landed In the plant and railroad facilities enable us to make prompt shipments. However, congested
;, bottom of the dlt 'h. and with a great

tange Caroline turned caught onto at Its RuMswIn's aide strong traffic conditions throughout Florida make it advisable to place your order early for

ttrm. She uttered not a sound but
I.gradually, as the car turned, her grasp
f relaxed and she formed merely a limp .
little heap along with .Bent cushions!
land other accessories which all tumbled II
Into a pile on the Inside of the
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sRusswIn'a only thought was ofCaroIllne. I
.: She made no reply to Russwin 'II
iej'he endeavored to free her. He I
wondered If she bad been made on
feonaclons by the awful jolt, or killed IDEAL FERTILIZERS

{!outright .
IBe beard the whir of an approach
[tngpq ear. Exerting: his remaining
strength, terror-stricken, he yelled: ,
the matter here?" came We are now prepared to quote prices on your Spring requirements
two hnsky voices
"Give me a lift : break the top or do
I something to get this girl out" I1I1 IliIIIi
With the help of the two men Russ .->$> = > f-s ,
trta"and Caroline were extricated and
they were speeding Caroline to the
t The doctors after pxnmtnntlon, and
f.bat seemed to Riistnln untold time, .
[brononnced Caroline uninjured and
littrlbnted her unconscious state to

Itenderly[[Hard merely rue Anmwln for fright Jolt our whispered gathering Merry.but I guess!Merry"Caroline.her we In Christmas.his still' It arms was are" '" Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CO. II III !I

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)ictW U hereby elv.n that all rdllon.dutrlbuuo .

I.U> deee..A an hcrobr requited to prnt their I!
duly -uth-nticaud to the Honorabl
I G.s.A. <; rrl.n.r County Judge. of UradfordICooM II.I
*. Florida, within on. rnr. Or thla JACKSONVILLE, Established 1893 FLORIDA II IIs
|nodes will W held In bar thereto; And all i Ii
I ea.aeeeaind.btd loaid E.tara ara required.
11* vr their -aid d-bu to She und-nln-d aollmlatntor
forthwith. I.I. '
Ilia the 17th day of ttacanbrr. 1925.
IL RHODEN.Admlniatrator. ''I I
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I of you !success in all of your undertakings on Christmas, and every. other (lay.I I Iq !sfJ
I for the coming New Year.
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;.;, I Accept our Season Greetings '
': .. Ii y.tth S In the good old fashioned/way, i closing year and wish' you a j jois a.
We wish you Joy and Happiness
:j :; On this Merry Christmas Day. I broadly, our commercial relatic.ips() l.Ir l lk

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I wish hppiness.Mitchell's .
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Merry Christmas be Yours
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a Joyful Yuletide.

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: ; :( rh 1 I Christmas, the jolly happy kind. j is'
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i't.' The Season's Greetings to you and all our J, .f:
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Sessional people of Starke, subscfyou --' .,-.- -,- -.-.._.._.._ _.._._._._.,_.,_._._..;, II
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nd happy Christmas. Seeing it J ,3L
The Season's Jest we send to you, : SMpJ* i !:
lave all been for the prosperity As Christmas! Day draws near, 'I *" Nto, 1 II
M&'Vscitizens& May Prosperity leave you everything \ 'rt'l'tgt 's ''jjMlj-C ,
,, ---so let us all be truly Is our Good \VUh for this Year. 0...: JfeK i I

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I you Its most cordial (;iroetings.Johnson's

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Greetings to the Good Citizens of Starke I appreciate the fine business the people of
for 13 years, and now we wish You the Bradford County have given me during throughout the coming. Year.
same. I this year. I !
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'' We're glad that Yuletide days here/
year is that your dealings with : are /
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as ours have been with you. Grrr May In its happy blessings share. "
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Church ServicesST. Valdosta-Tentative plans being I

It considered for enlarging Lowndes I

county courthouse i r Live State News I

,I ,} U 0 i establshed:Middleburg here.JacksonvilleThis-.New pottery plant I

lJaon 29I
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I CARD CLUB: ENTERTAINED:; MOTHERGod ',day services at 11:00 a. m. April 1926. I i ________ _. ... ,J
Jacksonville-City's new WJAX ra- I' "
A lovely social event of last Thursday took another :Mother to eternalrest dio broadcasting station goes on air. I Sarasota-Russel Holderman{ 101 Tampa-Sheriff L. M. Heirs has orf /',

attvinuonvu.. the bridge party and huppinss Sadness reigns i :Meets:\ every Lord's Day at 10 a. m. 1 cal aviator, has just achieved what he ,I dered higher bonds for bootleggers. f"
given b>. )Irl>. A. i. Adkms at her attractive over four homes this week in Safety for Bible Study and Scriptural Communion I Winter Haven-New Orange Shore believes to be a world's.. record for al-I Hereafter, the offcer said $1,500 will\ ta ..

home on Walnut street, to Harbor. The families have the sym See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. 11:1 subdivision opened. -I titude In a heavy hydroplane by climbIng I be the bail for'those taken for viola. ,"
of of the inhbaitants who share I ( feet. tion of the liquor laws, instead of .
members of the Thursday afternoon pathy 23-29 Green Cove Springs-Plans forming to more than 14.000 i $1, i.
t bridge club with them in their sorrow and loss. 1 for I 000. lie set an immediate example by
construction toll
The rooms were beautifully decorated Each time that God has deemed it FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH John's river. over St. I Daytona-Bill West who fell nearly placing the bond of a negro at $1 I.*>00.
with holly and the tables were best to take a :Mother I am reminded 2,000 feet from an aeroplane here I!

i centered with small red baskets filled of my r.lotherour Mother, every- Rev'Thomas Hansen Pastor Winter Park-New post office building when the parachute failed to open Pensacola-Police and county officers

n i with candles. body'.i Mother and this article is Sunday school 1CLOO,, a.m. assured. ;i and lived to tell the tale, has defied have conducted an unsuccessful

1 The high siure prize, a linen towel written that it may awaken in our :Morning worship. 11:00( a. m. |death again. I II search last nigh and today for two. I
was won by Mrs. J. M Mitchell while hearts a renewed resolution to try .it Sermon: Walking in Galilee.B. Okeechobee-Plans considered for I men claming to bo brothers and /giving
l the consolation prize, a dainty dish, least to pay a small part of what we Y. P. U. service 6130 p. m. widening North and South Park sts. j I I Tampa-:Mrs. Jessie;;;;;; ; L. Baird, of names of Calvin Demorey 30, and

waa given Mrs. J. L. Peek. owe our Mothers: -just a small part. Evening worship, 7:30: p. m. Okeechobee Bank; Brndonton, was electrocuted in her Lee Demorey 18, who last night sawed '
The hostess served her guests with We can never pay all. God' could not Sermon: A good Associate. of Okeechobee bathroom today when she came in contact their way to liberty from the city
to increase '
i Himself he left capital stock from $23-; with an electric heater, it be. jail.
refreshment Those present were: be here so uat on Mid-week service Wednesday 7:30: 000 to $100,000.
f Mesdames L. Wyman E. M. Johns, this earth the greatest agency for I j came known here today.

k'' 1 O. L. Beasley, J. C. Robinson Leroy good-Mother. !'rlothu-the one pm.We invite you to worship with us. 'I{j Kissimmee county will I West Palm Beach-The largest conj j L '
A Roane J. L. Peek, J. M. Mitchell Eva earthly\ mirror of immortal love. I build 86 additional miles hard road.I Jacksonville R. Gibson 31, tract in the history of Florida is besjj..;

;; Killian, F. L. Turner, S L. Peek, and :Mother-the most refining, enobling PRESBYTERIAN I !lof Pensacola, real estate salesman. lieved to have been awarded when the '
L Miss Aileen Alvarez influence in all the world. Rev. H. A. Tucker D. D. Minister.1 I Winter Havcn-{ = Remington-Caton I'and said l to be a former United States city let one for $1,745,525.75. The ?

Human nature never approaches the Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock a. m. Company constructing several new army balloon pilot during! the war is work will cover the entire north bur. '
BRXDFORI 'livine on earth save when a Mother Preaching service at. 11:00 o'clock a.j dwellings. dead' as the result of what authoritiesbelievm ough of the city. It brings to an\ end ,
holds that helpless unf.1cbloned. Unheeding i j to be "poison moonshine" several years of efforts on the -
Bradford, Dec.! 2T: -Mrs.\ :M. D babe at her breast. m. and 7:30: p. m. at 7.30'1 I' Bartow-Building permits totaling !i hlskey. part of citizens and commissoners I\
Prayer meeting Wednesday : $31,100 issued..
{ Harrell, and son, :M. D Jr., left last Who was it that packed our dinner during recent 10-day -
p. m. j I period. ; Howey-E. E. Widner" 25,, who was Tallahassee-St. Lucie: county will I
Wednesday for Sanford. She has been pail with pie and cookies when we Crlstlan Endeavor meets t I
society( confined to a cell on the fourth floor turn $200,000 to the state road '
I over
pending a few days here with her were kids going to school? !
7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior Endeavor Sarasota to extend city limits 66I
mothur-in-law, Mrs. W. :M. Harrell. .Who covered our books with calico I miles. of the Lake county court house, de- deportment for construction of the J

,1 Mr. Lloyd Johns, of Pine Hill, was u and! darned our mittens with wool? A cordial society invitation meets at 7:30 is: extended p. m. to,| I I'I elded that he would like to leave the new Dixie highway between Fort |

I visitor here Saturday afternoon. Who patched our pants with dad'soM all attend the above services Arcadia-Ridgewood subdivision to jail. He simply sent a 5-year-old boy Pierce: and Stuart according to a f
to to
:Miss Lucille Harrell left Sunday duds? I'' be developed. I|Ito a hardware store purchased. a saw message received today by Dr Fons

I for :Montbrook where she will spend Who scrubbed our ditry little feet ST. MARK'S CHURCH I land I sawed his way out. A. Hathaway chairman from the
Tarpon Springs-Fifty new residences board of commissioners.Plant .
i a few days with her cousin, Mrs. with soft soap and washed out our
being constructed in northern I Haines City-More than 100 new
L< : Louise Flowers. mouth with suds when we used
Christmas Day service at 10:30: a. part of city.Winter residences will be constructed in Golf City-Samuel Munro 30,
;X',. O. W. Barry was a visitor to Brook. some naughty word" ? m. Holy Communion hymns and Grounds Estates.PensacolaBids. World War veteran was accidentally I

-. er Saturday Who was it, in the spring, that gaveus short sermon. As this is the one timein Haven-Lake Eloise Park killed near here, while hunting/ today,

...: W. H. Harrell and son, Luther mo sulphur and momssesT the year when we have service and subdivision being developed. to be opened for, the victim of his own gun. The return
.. tored I to Waldo Saturday. Who worried, saved and finally sent others do not, for a number of .
years constructing 6.3 miles paved road be- of his clog about 1 oclock this afternoon
t 'it Misses Cantey Oliver us out nto the world with boiled Davenport Plans drawn for
\! and Virginia, a we have endeavored to make this it -- being tween here and Flomaton. without his master caused little
i r Colson of Pine Hill were the guests shirt, a small satchel and a bright community service. Also we would' hOW 28-apartment hotel, to cost $100 concern at first but later a search for

r \ of Miss Lucille Harrell, Friday and[ twenty-dollar goldpiece sewed in our like to emphasize the religious side I 000. :Mount Dora-This place to have ;i the hunter was started.
'i and Saturday. undershirt, right over our heart? of this Festival Day. new Methodist Church costing between -
;wF 1 Miss Geneva Harrell was a visitor '1 Who taught us to speak our first A cordial invitation Is extended. Tampa-Peninsular Motor Corpora- $75,000 and 100000. Tavares-Work of clearing the Ock-
tion will erect four buildings at
.1 to Gainesville last Wednesday. piece in school Bishop Juhan will officiate next Seventh Avenue new lawaha river, beween this place and
and 42nd St.
; John Scoff and Wilvur Rimes, of Who walked with us to Sunday Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Winter Haven-New, modern telephone Jacksonville of water hyacinths and

Worthington Springs were visitors school? The offering will be given to the Bradenton-New $150,000 bank or- system being'\ installed. vegetable growth is expected to begin
;} here Friday afternoon.Bob | Who. carried In the kitchen stove, community charity fund. ganized here. shortly. Tavares, Mount Dora, Eustis -

Brooker, of Waldo was a vinl- ,I wood while we played with the boys? Tampa-Plans approved for paving and Let tor here Friday. i Who gave us our life and who AT 'HIE METHODIST CHURCH Perry-Group of Chicago captalists Thirteenth and Osborne Avenues. ture jointly, it was decided recently

|watched over us for years? purchase 6,000 acres in Taylor county After being cleared the river will be
KKOOKER Who talked dud out of trouncing us? A program of beautiful Christmas for development. West Palm Beach-Post Publishing used for freight shpments.

UecZS: = We know better than anyone else. music has been arranged and will be Co., erecting new apartment house.
ro Brooker A. A. Hazen of : But I am not speaking of this presented Thursday evening at 7:30 Sarasota-Plans announced for Orlando-Police today were still

his Gainesville spent Sunday here with !Mother; I am referring/ To that old at the Methodist church. erection of 35: new homes n McClellan Marianna-City votes $100,000 for scratching their heads in preplexity ov

mother Mrs D. W. Hazen. lonely soul with work-knotted hands, Several orchestra selections will Park and Shadow Lawn. paving, and extension of water and er a situation of last night when they

) Sheriff W. J. Epperson and deputy slyer hair and faded lips I am think- add, greatly to the attrartions of the Sarasota-Elks light utilities. jailed R. G. Humbel for intoxication
Buisdeii! Investments Co.
of Starke, were business vis ing of Mother with her shrunken fin- entertainment and a Christmas tree and ten minutes later, another R. GIlumbel .
,itors arranging for immediate constructionof
fd last Thursday gers and furrowed face.I will delight the little folks present. Euntis Chamber of Commerce I i admitted vagrant walked into -
business block.
L. O. Hazen of Gainesville spent would picture to you a passingcortege :Mesdames A. Z. Adkins and D. E. 3-story raises $30,000( for publicity purposes. i headquarters and requested a bed.

Sunday here wth his parents, :Mr and -would halt your mind' for a Knight have charge of the program. Jacksonville-Contract awarded at I for the night.
Mrs. G. W. Hazen. :Mr and :Mrs.' L. Groveland-Work of installing white
A. Davis have for
moment give you a glance get you chargeof $13,950 constructing addition to
Q Mrs. A. J. Pmholster returned here to look in your imagination, at a the tree. Woodstock Park School.TampaConstruction. way lighting system, under way. i I Keystone Heights Warrior and .
t to her home after spending several 'Hill Trailer dogs of J. E. Helm, led
days in Tampa with friends and rela' slow-moving carriage that carries the NOTICEThere pf streets and Kelsey City-New tile factory will in the Florida state fok hunt, which
sacred dust of some sainted Mother. .
L tives. I be opened here shortly. ended I here with
This should awaken soul. sidewalks, gas, electricity water and yesterday the bug
,/ Vance Russ was a business visitor to I :Mother is the holiest your thing ali'e-'! will be services at Saxton sewer lines to get under way in I Coral Gables$3,000000 homebuilding ICing of four fine foxes. Comparative
r Starke last Friday Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, by Rev. Winton Park. i fiures could: not be released by the
Safety Harbor Herald. announced for this
te, L. R. Gainey. was a business visitor,! J. V. Robinson of the Lawtey Metho- program judges last night as there was so many
._ .__ place
.. \ 'u ""'...n L.
Hugh Butler Crosby spent Friday to attend these services. Line Railway Co., will proceed Im- Lakeland-Atlantic Coast Line Railway was decided to make the hunt an annual -
I and Saturday In Jacksonville I :Mrs' H. F. Chesser, has recently mediately with construction of new rebuilding 140 miles track near affair in this state.

i t'\1 :Mr. Tom Sullivan, of Savannah, returned from Jacksonville where she CHARLES BERT AMES lines from this place to.Miami. here. I
Ga., is here visiting his sister, Mrs. has been the guest of her sister Mrs. I I Jacksonville-Sam S. Kerby enffij I j
/ K. .E. Baxter. I IMr I Anna Fen l1ell. Charles Albert Ames was born in Tampa-Gas Manufacturing Corn- I Melbourne Approximately 100 neer employed by the Jacksonville i

,I, nM :Mrs J. C Robinson andchildren Elder Haner, of the First Seneca county Ohio, October 8th. puny may be established here.Tampa" new homes will be constructed terminal company, today was berating
of "'rite 18H5.! He received his earlier edu Magnolia Park subdivision. his lack of roller skates when he had ,
mere' "IsitingIn Christian church here filled\ his -Development work in Mich.
i'j our section Sunday I regu. cation at the Academy of Republes, I I to walk home from Baldwin last night.
afternoon. Avenue
Ilar I! appointment last Sunday. The igan Estates progressing at KissimmeeCandler
Ohio and later DevelopmentCo. A rubber who andKerby's
T It. Pmholster. taught school in that i took $5 in cash
was a bhainess subject used for serbice i rapid rate.
visitor the
'I morning I
; $100,000,000 development -
to Starke district after which he went to North car at the point of a pistol
Saturday afternoon. wad, "The Lord is :My Shepherd. The
in Osceola !
E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville, was ,, comparisons used and the pictures Dakota where he practiced law. In Bartow-Ground broken for erec- project county. caused the inconvenience, accordingto
here. visiting fricnd-i and relatives drawn, were right to the point, which I87l he was married to Miss Neely tion of $500,000 hotel.TampaChicago Clermont-New boulevard lighting Kerby's report to police early this
P Friday and Saturday made Morris, of Republes and they made installed. morning.
| his subject interesting as well system I
Prof. C. II i Williams is spending, .us helpful. their home in .Minneapolis, Minn. capitalists purchase Iyers-Th"i'st;
Christmas He is survived by one sister, )Mrs. 3,500 acres land on Hillsborough Tallahassee-Florida Airways Cor- Fort obstacle in
holidays In Georgia with The subject fop the evening, wall.I the of the
i Louisa Anway of Republes and Pasco county lines.Sarasota315acre I path Seaboard Air Line's
friends Ohio charter. I
and relatives. i 'Ihu Lost Christ." In his uble poration receives '
entrance into Fort
i and a brother, David I. Ames Myers was re-
: ,
Miss Lillie Starke
II ; Anderson is at Lu ner, made the subject interesting tract .on Long Sarasota-City buys 20-acre tract moved when property owners who

lu Miss visiting her parents. and helpful, to a large audience who Fla.The funeral was held Sunday after- Boat Key purchased by Chicago n- near Avondale for erection of new have heretofore refused to set a priceon
Arden Brown a member of the never tired of the sweet old old vestors, for $2,047,500. the
land for
; school. required rightofwayand
I 1I high
school faculty is spending, Xmas holidays noon at o'clock at the home of D. I. -
i I story. Ames Rev. H. A. Tuiker of the Presbyterian temmals caught the spirit of a
in Daytona. Leeaburg-Telephone service to be
W. C. business Jacksonville-Chamber
Cochran was a vial.tor of Commerce greater Fort Myers and offered to sell
three Mr.: and Mrs L. A. Wynn ands I to Gainesville last :Monday. which the church body was tfficiating laid to ,rest after in greatly improved. planning to erect new building. at prices said to be satisfactory to the
daughters! Misses Free, Mary Mrs. P. B Hunt visited her daughter Sarasota Plans railroad.
Crosby forming for
Lee and Elaine, of Hampton were. vis Mrs. S. :M. Simmons, of Sparr, cemetery Undertaker DeWitt Titusville-Approximately $500,000
struction of
C. Jones Y. W. C.
new A.
in charge. building.
sting friends. worth of building construction under .
and relatives Sunday, af last :Monday.Rev. Tallahassee-Nine guards have been
ternoon. W. Hicks, pastor of the First ful.The The floral offerings were beautl. w -NOTICE' .- way here. employed at the Raiford penitentiaryand

Miss Ruth Smith is in Titusville Baptist church, will fill his regular family have many friends more will be added later according
here who Tarpon Springs Construction of
visitng. her parents. during holidays. appointment here next Sunday morn sympathize with them in 'The Starke Growers' Association to information at the state prison
bereavement. new muncipal recreation to
Curl Ward of Jacksonville, spent ing and evening. will meet at the court house on Saturday under pier get bureau here. The guards were en-

Sunday. afternoon here with his mother Mrs 1' B. Hunt and :Mrs. L. U. MRS. CF.LL1 : December 26th at :3 p. m. way. gaed after the board of commissioners
;. Mrs: T. P. Ward. Johns were shopping in Gainesvillethis -DBASE B Brooksville-W. \\-. Thompson will at a recent meeting decided that

I ;Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughters, week Gainesville, Dec. 20.( -Mrs. Celia SCONE MOUNTAIN COINSOn rect two new store buildings in the 'honor system" did not work effectively !

Stella :Mne and Florence and C. J. :Miss Cecil Hall, who has been teach Deae, mother of J. C. Prevatt died Howell Avenue. at the penitentiary. The .
account of bad weather and ,
} Crews were visitors to Gainesville ing in South Honda, is spending the at four o'clock yesterday afternoon at "honor system" was instituted during .t
}Jo'lday.WiI..on'RuslI. holidays with her parents, :Mr.' and the home of her son, corner East school not closed the sale of coins is Live Oak-Pecan crop in Suwannee the regime of Governor Catts. All

1 was visiting In Starke I Mrs I B. E. Hall. :Main and Arlington streets. Funeral postponed to begin Monday December county this season reported to be one guards were disarmed except two who

i, Saturday, Ms. and Mrs. C. A. Dirt :Miss Mary services will be held at the residenceat 2th, inst. C. L. of the best ever harvested. were kept on duty at night.
R. A. Weeks was a visitor to Starke :N; i in mo and J. \Watterson were 5 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. T. Peek chairman. .
; Saturday.Mr., visitors to Starke last :Monday. V. VtcCaul will officiate. TRAIN SCHEDULENew -- ,

: and :Mrs. Carl Atkinson, of W. C. Barber has opened up hill The following pall bearers will meet

Waldo are spending a few days here new real estate office on Main street at the residence! of Charles Prevatt at time table effective 12:01: a.
'. at the home of Vance Russ. opposite Johnson's Ever-ready Cafe. 5pm.; Sam :Mixon Sr., If( F. Watts December 20th, 1925. rn.1 GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

F ) Mr. and :Mrs Lewis demons and lrbin 1. Go\\<1u.nd. of New York, has Jr, J. :M. Oglme. W. G. Boltm, C. C. No. 1, Jacksonvlle to Tampa,
children. who have been spending several assumed charge of the office. Hiirginbotham, and William Hawkins.[ Starke 12:25: a. m. j &. RITCH
days here at the !home of :Mr. and J. 11. Croft of Dama, is visiting his Mrs: Dease leaves three stns J. C. 1 REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
:Mrs. J. J. Morgan returned to their daughter, :Mrs. Lynn Hall. Prevatt of Gainesville J O. Prevatt. No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa, due'StaAce INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE. a'''

4 home in Miami Friday morning. Miss :Maud Mitchell was a business of Williston and J. I. Prevatt of 12:52: p. m. ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE.
Amos Brannen of Lake Butler visitor to Starke last :Monday.< :Miami and two daughters Mrs. M. No. 15, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
was hero among friends! Sunday. C. H. Priest, one of the faculty of :M Beak of Chiefland and :Mrs. T. P. burg, due Starke, 12:22: p. m. ;

i'' + Ellec Lewis. and family of :Miami, Priest and Houxer Realty Co.. was Hilton of Bradford county and a num No. 303 Jacksonville to West Palm ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY .
are here visiting at the homo of !Mr. transacting business in Starke this her of grand children and great grandchildren Beach due Starke 10.02( a. m.
end! Mrs. R. J. lewis. week. also survive her. No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville due ,

Mrs Grady Kc-llev. of Qhincy i is B Y. Saxon and family of Pom Interment will be in Eyergreen cemetery Starke 4:28: a. m. a1f

her! visiting/ her mother Mrs E J. : pane, arrived here last Sunday. They The Thomas Undertaking No.4. Tampa to Jacksonville due :

ward. I expect to spend the winter here and Company have charge of arrangements Starke 4:20: p. m.
:'olr.. E. J. Want motored to Starke arc temporarily located in the large No. 301( St. Petersburg' to Jacksonville : We can charge ';'
iC ,
v HR
$ Sundav morning She was accomp Croft residence on :Slain street. .--_ due Starke 6:00 p. m. YES your
fa anted home by her husband E. J. Mr. and' Mrs. A. A. Futch and son Starke and Wannee Branch. 8

..g Ward who spent the day here at his I eshe, of St.Petersburg, visited Mrs." P. E. Griffin of South Florida, is No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40( a. m. 1 Storage Battery In 111W.Garage I

home.Mr.. I Futche's sister, Mrs. K. B. \\'att.crsonIut the guest of his uncle J. H. Saxon. No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.

and :Mrs. Arthur F. Robinson, Sunday. Little Geraldine Johns who has been TTJ. GRIFFIN, Agent
of Okeechobore here. spending D. W. :Moore and family of Theressa attending. school at Pompano Is spending Starke !
Xmas holidays at the home of Mr. and were visitors here last Sunday. the holidays with her parents Mr. Smith's
f > :Mrs. H. P. Ganluy. :'of". Robinson will 1! I| P. E. Johns and family, of I land Mrs: L. G. Johns. To Cure a CoM In UM Umyrk Fla .
he remembered( here Pompano'j I I LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tablets), It
as :Miss Lottie: are visiting friend and :Mrs. Josephine Sullivan attended I
MofMlh_ tough<< and HMdacfc- and ....-.atb.Gad. .
Gainer j jWMK0liiflsFtMJt I this.week. I II i(,church. at Theressa Sunday. ; E. W.cTkoves: >l.Danip>(nMchbaMr.. .

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ranty deeds retain titlenotes, turpentine .
leases, etc., for salo] at the Colds Cauau kip and Influenza Renew Your Healthby
Telegraph office. : % : LAXAflVE BROMO QUININE: Tablets rem_
rENT.A.WORn[ tSa: cavua. There U only one"Brumo Uulnlna,
Bits of LocalInforIl1atioI1 I E. W.GROVE: .1.0........go boa. San PurificationAny
Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and I

doughter, Miss Carrie, and Miss D. UCOLUMN
C. Blackburn are in Jacksonville! physician will tell you that

spending the holidays with Mr. and "Perfect Purification of the System

Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs. Uglow's daughter, Mrs. McDonald COFFINS & CASKETS is Nature's- foundation or:
.JMJ ] FOR SALE-Well-rooted rotes also Perfect Health Why not rid: i
Progrea of the County and Town. cut flowers. Mrs. T. P. Wall Rose- And a Fell Lin e'U.rt."ar. yourself of chronic ailments that

Misses Estelle Roscnburg, Per Beth mere, Starke, Fla. 12-4-41* --.' Sapptin ore undermining your vitality'

... Williams, Gladys] Brown, Nita Thom- Purify your entire system by taking '
union and Marcus Howard motoredto ,
E. H. Smith was a visitor to Jacksonville spending: the weekend here with his Staiku Friday night to see the per pound. Mail orders filled prompt Always en band. Th. beat ..,- ; a thorough course of Culotabs,
; Tuesday. family. play given by the Ona Williams Stock ly. U. W. Moore, Thercssa, Fla. 12- I vie* at the low_' price Special once or week for several
v-ks nml! .
w ( nee how Nikturo re-
18-2t. attention to telegraph or. .
Union \ as
Company.- CountJTilns. .
I I : d..... u HIM with houllh.
Itofbterad Embalms*. you ,
'y, Mr. and !Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent. :Miss Rhbie Mae Popell, of Mima LOST-One tan Gladstone traveling j
I iin tho of ells
uesday in Jacksonville\ is spending the holidays hero with her Misses Helen Caldwell and Cora bag:, between Lawtey and Baldwin, -- (greatest
Calhoun teachers in the school here DeWITT C. JONES .\ >,tiMii< purifier' Get a family
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Poppell. contains suits of clothes shirts,
j.f II. C. Wall was a business visitor I left Wednesday to spend the holidays collars auto-strap razor outfit, etc. I STARKE FLA parka, containing full directions -
to the with their parents. Miss Caldwell Reward I I, price :'l I,; eta. ; trial package!: ,
| metropolis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Dowling, of offered. 11. f. Futch, St. ..
Jacksonville are here on a visit with goes to Atlanta Ga., Miss Calhounto Albans Hotel Jacksonville, Flu. 12- I ". --"GIImmmmmaaxnmcu / 10 cts. At any drug store. (Ado)

J. %v. Andrews Jr, was a business relatives. Cottonwood, Alabama.Mrs. 1-S-2N. I

sitor 1 to Jacksonville Tuesday. J. O. Turner and throe children: "'Ol SALE Jersey WakvfirM L'nbbagre y -
:Miss Ixa Hodges, of New River has Eugene Annabelle and Hutson of
$1.50 thousand.A. 1.
(Mrs L A. Reynolds spent Tuesday been visiting. her sister, :Mra. Mallory Sarasota, are here visiting! Mrs. Tur P. planb\\, Lnwtey,per Fla. 1225.1 J. R. DAVIS &CO.INSURANCE
hopping; in Jacksonville. { Thomas this week. ner's sister Mrs. G. II. Bennett. The .

______________ I Turner's were former residents here FOR SALE-Hudson coach, 1921
Illegal blanks for sale at the Telegraph :Mrs D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville and they have many friend here who model. In splendid mechanical condition -

office. I IjO. Beach, is here visiting here parents, gladly welcome their visit. ; food tires C. N. Christy,
II I Mr. and :Mrs' N. D. Wamwright. Starko. It.
!Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer. of Bar-
W. Barry, of Brooker, was transacting -I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
tow the arrival of ,
business here Wednesday. Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children left are announcing a FOR SALE 1 Overland] coupe; 1
the first of the week to spend the son C. F. Boyer, Jr., Tuesday December Overland touring; 1 Ford coupe;

|;D. W. Kelly of New) River was In holidays at their home in Brooker. I bered 15th.here!Mrs.as :Miss Boyer will Ella lie Manning remem- 1 Ford touring; 1. Ford truck Qultf- STARKE FLA.
the first tf the week & Davis. Rtarke. It.
wn I daughter of :Mr. and !Mm. J. ('. Man- It-y- _
1 I Attorney H. O. Brown of Punta Ding.

Livingston Runs, of Waltlo, was Ii. I Gorda, is spending the holidays with llabitu.i! 'r.ui: ':a' ..-'i i.c, "tIn ,- _. .-J
wn one afternoon last week. his family. M |tn /I Dave
Go to J. C. Manning's Store for your --
x I "LAX-FOS WITH PKI'MM" is 1 ')1.eIIJII"-
r? J CHarvu of Jacksonville isupending famous Ballard & Dullard plain, and pri-piiruil SyrupTnnk -Liix.itlvu for tlnhttuu''
} Long, Mesdames, O. L. Beasley, J. M. self-rieing flour. Pancake and buck- Constipation It relieves promptly and
" .: the week here) with friends. ( Mitchell J. II Ritch, and J. L. Peek, wheat flour. There is none better, should be taken regularly( for 14 to 21 day Battery Charging

\' : spent Friday in Jacksonville. and the prices are right. Free de- 4O Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
/1 E. T. Osteen, of Brooker was In
livery. Phone 111. Regulates. Very Pleasant lo Taite.jo..,
during: the week-end. bottle.
., :Maurice Edward, of :Miami Bench, oer
i is> spending Christmas here with his C. B. Hayes and family, of Gainesville s Hours Servico S
+ < A. P. Schnell of Lawtey, was a vis.
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. M.( Edwards have moved to Starke and are -
Itor to Sturko during the week-end.
I occupying the Alvarez house, West :Meet !Me At
Call street. Mr. Hayes has charge Guaranteed Service and Satisfaction
Miss Johns of Pompano '
/ Little Beatrice ,
,Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph -
of the Hayes Chevrolet Co., recently American Lunch
\ office. is spending the holidays herewith
| opened here. EXIDE Batteries Phone 87STERN'S
-' her friend Louise Edwards. Agents: :
J1 I Where all the bays goSundwiihoH
E. L Crosby of Jacksonville\ was al I I
!Mrs R. F. Demorest returned Sat-
Mrs Earl Edwards of Jacksonville,
"VIsitor to town Saturday. ,
urday from Americus, Ga., where she i GARAGE
t spent the first of the week hers with -Cold Drinks and
spent two weeks with her parents
Short Orders.
T. of Brooker ,
B. Pinholster was
at-i Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson who accompanied -
tending; to business here Saturday. I COURTNEY: :< & L1E1JENO ----
her Starke the
to to spend)
-r, I Clyde Mott, of Miami. is spending
Bas Brinson, of the University of j Christmas here with Maurice Ed. holidays. Starke, Fla. !

({Florida in last Friday. wnrds.
was town i
:Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds! who n.fflOLTlIH&QWood

__|C, E. Harper of Hampton was a I I Le Baron of Lake Worth, was i In'' formerly resided. in Raleigh. N. C., WantedBeginning
have moved I where
recently to Florida
{business to Starke Tuesday. town the first of the week ]looking
Mr.: Reynolds holds an official .
I after business interests. Mr. Baron position
family to locate here with the S. A. L., with headquarters For Sale--- I
dr. and Mri Louis Hill, of Law. and expect soon
Wildwood.. Mrs Reynolds October 1st., we will pay $fi.OO per Cord
;ley, were visitors to town Tuesday.
i ip
_____ i ii !Mr. and :Mrs.' Leroy Roane, of who is here with her mother pent SUB DIVISION OF 22 LOTS I .
last week-end with Mr. Reynolds at 1O.. II. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood
the week-end here at
Christmas Methodist: church Tampa, spent
tree Wildwood. On Highway Within City Limits o suitable for retort and four foot otik
?Christmas EVe night. i the home of Mr. and :Mrs. A. Z. Ad- purposes,

: <, I kins. Hampton Fla.All wood, $5.00 per cord, F. O. H. Jacksonville.We .

Arthur 1. Gould of Hampton, was A TONIC ,
frtrmnsactinK business here Tuesday. I Four color lithoyraphed syrup label, Conveniences purchase coed twelve months In tbS year and always en.

is _______________ __ I i printed with your name and complyingwith drove's Tasteless chill Tonic: restores
---- deavor to give full measurements and make returns promptly.
[Syrup ]labels, all kinds and sizes, at the law, full length and half -tnerjjy! and Vitality by Purifying and
J the Telegraph office. size, at the Telegraph office. Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Florida Real Estate Co. When making shipments mail us copy of your bill of lading

strengthening Invigorating effect see howIt

1 VlIson Russ, of Brooker was !1 Mr. and Mrs C. D. Shank, of Jack- brings color to the cheeks and howit Box 534

Jn.;town Tueidny afternoon. sonville, are spending the wevk-em Improves the appetite you will titan. Macon, GeorgiaPAINTING Florida Wood Products Co.

i ''in Starke with her mother Mrs. R. L. appreciate its true tonic: value.

C. W. Andrew, of New River, was Lewis and sister, Mrs. J. C. Roblnsi Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply.
:'tr.nsa..tinIC busircsp here Tuesday. I Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So JACKSONVILLE: I LOIUOAmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmcmmmmmmmmmmmmmp

"c,;, Jim Godwin of Miami Beach, wasa pleasant even children like it. The blood
i>,Mr. and I :Mrs. J. L. Peck were vis'tori visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. God needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to

to Jacksonville Sunday. win and family are spending the holi- Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and .
it"'r, days at Lawtey with relatives.Mr Grip germs by its Strengthening!, Invigorating Finished contract painter will also do -
::;(Harold Priestcr. of Lake Butler, Effect. 600. repair work in connection with paintintf. -

'... a visitor here Wednesday. and :Mrs Horace Wilson anti 1 I

., .. baby of Gainesville, are visiting :Mr All work satisfactorily guaranteed.
ltlrs., E. Marshburn: of the State Wilson's pa1't'nts.Ir.! and Mrs: E. L. -----.-::- --=--_.. :----:-=:;;

Farm, was in town Tuesday afternoon. Wilson during the holidays. *ftr
J. J. Hall

Messrs L. R Gainey and R. H. Miss: Isabel Bullen of New Smyrna ,

transacting business in town. with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. J. WANTED
. l w Bullen. STARKE, FLORIDA dl hM a xW+ ," hry I
,\ ,...Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son \, 1' ,,,, ? la

, Clarancc, of Brooker, were in town :Miss Eulanae Cobb, of Miami, I Ii Is

Tuesday. i here on an extended visit with Mrs!
"" ( 'I Mary N. Bradshaw, at her home on FOR OVER
fl!1 Lacy Rigdon of !Miami is here on Cherry Street.
s visit with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs,'
J J J. Rigdon. 1 Mrs, Pippins, and two children, and "Coral Gables is going to open an zco YEARS

';;( Miss Louise Osteen, of Plant City, office in your city at once and woulJ
-,Mr. and :Mrs John K. Langford, oi were visitors at the home of Mr and haarlem oil has been a worldwide -
[Gainesville, visitors hero SaturIday. ., be glad to In touch with
were :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Tuesday.Mr. get anyone remedy for kidney, liver and

who would be interested in handlingthe bladder disorders rheumatism
and Mrs. L. F. Surrency off
\'Ir. and \I"R.: Juniua Smith, olIWatdo I Plant City, are spending the week-en' local office. For further information lumbago and uric acid conditions.

( were visiting friends here I here the guests of Mr. and. :Mrs. P. \1.: 0.1"1

Sunday afternoon. Barefoot.Mr. and personal interview, wire or r .
write I. A. Karris District
phn i BuiBcion. of Pensacola, is here and Mrs. C. It. Sistrunk, of manager,

visiting his parent Mr. and Mrs. W. Jacksonville are here visiting :Mr. Sis- Coral Gables office, Jacksonville, I jM'n"fa

Baisden trunk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. :MSistrunk. .
Florida." correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital End rite oi Christmas
O'gani.Three .lze..All drugglitta. Insist worry
Mrs. G. M. Inm...n attended to bust-

,'11... )naU,',"- in Gainesville and Jacksonville Mr. Chester Taylor of Miami, hm -_-______-_-_ -______-_'n____u____u_______ r. the original genuine OOLD MEDAL.\
. Tuesday.nMr. been here visiting his mother Mr*. ShoppingNothing
f<' Josephine Taylor. While here Mr. ,

and :Mrs J. S. Malpai were Taylor painted his mother's home -
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Day you could discover in a month of
among the visitors' to Gainesville which adds much to its
, appearance. OfuiUliitl refund mniv.If PA7O OINTMENT foil. Chrittma Stripping would he quite :.11 accept
TuHday In euro lichlnil. allna. blmxllng or Prmniillnt
.1 J, Earl Roberts, who is attending Tulane can Pita tat Innanily r *tful ilocp iHfov after* ltLhlo4 Ant':application Palm. cool too.you For able to the whole family ai a Detter Buick.If .

,.i>o. O Johns of Tampa Is spending University, New Orleans La" you wait until spring to buy it, you will lose
slew;. dav. with his mother, Mrs. E is in town this week visiting his .motors the satisfaction of having it iliirmu the holidays.Thi .

FjJohne. !Mrs. E. L. Bigg' and Mrs. J. l YOU MAY 1IAVEPELLAGRA I Christmas I in the time when it will bring the most
I W. Andrews Jr.
I pleasure to those you love-and to you.Pick
Mr. and :Mrs. N. <>. Smith and

[children of JackunnviIIe, were guests :Mi. and !Mrs. P. E. Johns of Pompano I I out their car today Make it possible to

ISanday of :Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. are spending the holidays hire FIREWORKS FRUITS. I II have their Better Buick at the curb on Christ

with relatives.They were former residents I I mat morning, waiting to wish them a Merrier ,
Mr.. A B Surrvncy and Mi's Vera here and are always welome AND NOT KNOW IT NUTS CHOCOLATES, I Christmas and the happiest of New Years
LIRE: .TWP'TOW..a.err.....,
fSorrercy. f Brooker Wednesday
> back
spent to our town. I
.lo ark Iro.bi.
In town t .... .r breath. de.po.ae.q..h..e........ h.f, ..... MAGAZINESThe BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MIC1LMalurt
I I thw.oa.1' O.anal Cwp.na.a
tlpatloa) .0" akin.
mr roach
Mr. and !Mrs R. F. Demorest Mr. ....11.. _....1.... ...flb..... I II I
lisa/ Lillian Stump, of Tampa, is and Mrs. O. C. Johnson spent Monday .,.11.. iii.......... Mss aff .!..... Isms

spending the holidays with her brother and Tuesday in Tampa.Ir.: ..C..IiI.w.ltbl.l..I..,....... ,.........of_awlwtnlaa1 wl,5 I... InVaa .r best in fruit and ; '-41 ar
FStump and _.. .. I II
family. Demorest being called there on account .,
of property interests. ) 4. Mat .... all f.... aMp I Candies for the holidaysat I
toaia l. fb. Wa-laala' *, feat Iff 'w
d Mr. and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones, and kava mmr .( tfc.a> Y1111 MAr M1VHFEi.i.t the most reasonable
i daughter, Elise, spent Wednesday in :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kick liter. Jr, J. <;R t. Mr rnKR BOOKLBI,
Jacksonville F Kickliter, Sr., Charles Lucian Kick- .v..lata. Mr _'...t IiIlff... I mm prices ,
V liter, anti Junior McDonald, left Wed .all .afk..... .a. < H. pbf.klu..d
__,jll..s Rosa Leviton, has accepted nesday for Stuart where they will a mmm4tf ..k. kava em.... ... Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
... ....4 Wr1" <. for .....aall.
|tli. position as stenographer in the of- spend the holidays with relatives. mad< ftee aof G M. Inman.James .

Contracts for deeds chattel mortgage W.C.ROUNTREH.M.D.TCXANKANA.

Sheppard of Grovcland. ,_. isasrry" blanks, option contracts, war. TEXAS "


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munity meeting Friday and made -

plans for a community fair. The

I ; meeting was attended by 75 people. r Grow Better Crops at Better Profit

k Farmers and F armin"i Citrus-At the Citrus school every

child is observing health habits and is

gaining as a rsult. Pleasant Grove

{ -- --- --- children are making good gains since Ideal FertilizersA
0D= they were treated for hookworm. The

t FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE = teachers report better class work.

Hillsborough-Tha poultry show in-
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY & vited club members to attend, and the greater number of the better and more profitable crops of Florida

___________________ (c r: rural school supervisor granted the during the last thirty years have been made with IDEAL BRANDS.
r.Q i" 57S44" r;?SZ5ZStf .:i: .::.O>d5 5 Se5S5Z5Z5dH5 5E5S525E5Eifi: girls a holiday for this purpose. Directors Service

If' TRANSPLANT CITRUS Later the interest in livestock increased of tho poultry show are now Consult Our OrganizationThe

f TREES; NOW AVOIDINJURY ( and HO the livestock roundup decided to add a girls' club deprtment services of our Horticulturist, Prof. B. F. Floyd and Dr. M. D.
to the show next
become' an annual event at the Univer- year.
BY APUIDSGainesville Leonard, Entomologist and Plant Pathologist, associated with our subsi !1-
sity. The first livestock meeting of, Columbia-The Rotary Club andWoman's iary, the Florida Agricultural Supply Company are at your command.
1 Flu." -Transplant citrus this nature seems to have been held on ,
Club invited me to meet with -
1 trees during January and avoid in- December! 17 to 1 them this week, and pledged their support -
the trues by nphhlK.I just. a general livestock round-up., The '
Jury to
young I
j I to my work. Also met recently
Thin (is the hint being given to growers first of these annual meetings to be I with the county commissioners and,

f by J. R. Watson, entomologist of culled a roundup was held in 1916. I|I they voted to give me $15 for demon- Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer CompanyManufacturers
Station. Mr. In 1018! the citrus seminar
Florida Experiment and
the livestock | ration work each month. Thin. will I
that aphids do round-up held at the
observed were
Watson has
be help in getting ,demonstrations
a great
up Fertilizers
y not attack the first growth of young time but had different programs. i ,

trees that have been transplanted ear- 1022 the meetings were combined under e Established 1893
ly, although they may he present on one program with different sec t
J' older trees. in the vicinity and may tions and called Farmers' and Fruit EXTRACTS FROM I COUNTY

'" attack trees transplanted late in the rowers'; Week. This has been an an- AGENTS REPORTS '

I spring.Anewering. ual event ever since. The attendance a a -
) v an inquiry by a grower has steadily increased and the 1U2. Hardoe-At an enthusiastic meet-
I I :t>lr. Watson says on this subject: Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Week ing of the Potash community a com- and the result was not easy to mIIDBlue! CATARRHAL DEAFNESS

"Our experience last year was tint: was attended by nearly tWO men and mittee of farmers was appointtd to go Mecklin i,
)' cast. Judge wan tore-j la often caused by nn Inflamed condition
I ap'iidn did not attack a transplanted women from all sectons of the .state I before the county commissioners and the first Mayor and M I 1 tree, provided it is not put out too The State Legislature appropriatesfunds request that they buy and install in Lawrence! James Hauser and I Tube. When this tuba ,la Inflamed you

I ," late in the .spring. This was one of to defray expenses of Farmers' I the county agent's office a radio .set Larsen, were, elected councilman F. I' I nave hearing.a rumbling Unless toe sound Inflammation or Imperfect can

! M; ; the !great surprises of the past year. Week each year. for the purpose of getting a daily D. Hornbeck was chosen city clerk be reduced, your hearing may be destroyed -

' 't" 1" V- I personally put out several hundred ,, I market report in Wauchula. ; and treasurer, with V. VVinans tax i HALL'S forever.CATARRH MKDICINE: will

/ is. ', l tanneries in December a year ago and CHIPS collector, C. P. Marshall Tax collector I SurveyingH. 1 do what we claim fur It-rid y our system
t but Marion-A great deal of interestl of Catarrh or [Uc.ifn. ss caused by
." first class fight to
I ,
expected a Read in order that you may know l being shown In the newly organized and Carl Nelson, was elected as Catarrh. HALL'S CAT\11RH MEDICINE
my suprise not an aphid 1 attacked I gratifying to i has been successful i I'i ho tre&tment cf
{j", of more, be more, do more; books will dairy associations. Two such associations I shal. It was most Mar-I' I Catarrh for over Forty \ ire.I .
them although there were plenty -
1" the interest that was takken by
I t help accomplish these things. j are now t'ormlln this county I I Sold by all drugelateF.
;... I aphids in the neighborhood on older the I'I'I'ennlman. | A poultry association was organized citizens in the lection and the I J. Cheney & Co., To ,do. O.
: trees. Observations throughout of votes that were cast.

a i" state showed that this condition was OlericulturistH of the Illinois College ] organizations at: Anthony are this community week.associa-These Judges percentage of election were James Me. A. Lee & Co. I ,

{ I general. Aphid.. did not attack the of Agriculture have found that ride S. Hutchinson, and Ray Law. 1---- =- -

41i.. 'e' young sprouts of trees put out during ,, selling apples by tho pound decreases )l tlons. rence. The polls were open at eight Inc rporst.dThomas

t ',I '!f December and January. Some of those consumption of this food products. | RlminoleThe Seminolo County o'clock and coined at six, the election FLORIDA OLD AND NEW
t I
,,1' ; trees transplanted Inter in the sp-ing I Bulb Growers' Association was formed being held in the Woman's building. BuildingGAINESVILLE
at { Miss Bertha Henry, home demoni ,,
.t however, were attacked. I I recently and plans to market the The new council and other city of- FLORIDA A Complete and Up-to-Date
1 .. !Mr. Watson is at a loss to accountfor i ntration agent in Okaloosa county; output of its members and perform claIR will meet in the near future for I
Florida: has found chocolate 'I Handbook
t the Immunity of young! drops
apparent such other functions us conditions an organization: meeting and get; downto P. O. Boa 121
made by rolling divinity into balls and
wAS trees transplanted during December ,
might warrant. A contract has already heal business of the year.
c and January, but thinks that growers coating them with chocolate melted been made for marketing of the XJj,, :I"'m'I"'mrnml'J'mmI: Reliable information regarding:
paper As climax the election
hot water is easier than a to soils climate schools churches
(h- should take advantage" of this Immunity over using white narcissus bulb ,
I and transplant early. He add the fondant in making candy I city officers the Lawrence Developing population, roads, railroads, banks
is advisable I Pasco Thin. week agricultural Company gave a dinner to all the I deposits and real estate.
t that early transplating our
Lake City was host to every club men of the city at Keystone Inn. Din Old Too Fast?
for other reasons also. council organiztion was completed. Growing Everyone of the sixty-six
boy and girl in Columbia County on ner being served, at seven o'clock. This
tic Twelve representatives from the different counties in Florida treated in a
December 10 at a Christmas tree. The meeting was also for the puropes of
nir.niN1 IN sections of th country were selected separate chapter with full
tf business of Lake the and electing officers of Starke .
t men City !gave I reorganizing Many Folks Feel Older and
VII. Farmers and fruit Growers; Go tree, and pledged funds for its supportto these men to serve.met and organized.a call meeting Committees the Board of Trade for the coming Slower Than They Should. map.Also
{ Mrs. Mary S. Shook, the county year. About sixty men were In attendance a double page map showing -
To School, for Week Each YeAr home demonstration agent./ were appointed on each project and much enthusiasm was Are you weak, tired, all worn-out? the location of the countiesof
to be undertaken the Do feel older than other
county you years Florida a second double
8 .t shown by all present. folks of ? page
Then look
Farmers and farm women are busy eI agent during the coming year. ProJects your age to your indicating the roads of the
people and do not have time to got I 1 HOME: DEMONSTRATION were outlined and discussed. The After a fine dinner President Lar- kidneys! The kidneys are the blood- map state, hard-surfaced, semi-sur,

to school as do farm boys and girU. AGENTS' REPORTS council has been endorsed by the coun. sen called the meeting together and filters and if they weaken the effect faced, graded and unimproved
l Is quickly felt. You have constant ;
Introduced Judge; Mecklin: as the first
However, new things are constantly ty commissioners. The elo- backache headaches, dizziness and and a third double page map
being learned about farming and speaker. Judge gave: a most
Jackson-The county Federation of urinary troubles. You feel lame, stiff showing the railways of Floridain
he Duval-Considerable nterest i is manifested : quent talk on the responsibility that
if farmers and would
and >
growe-s women's clubs five achy-all nlayed miP n *ait"! operation or to be constructed.Size .
I ? gave scholarshipsto
in setting vines and, tree fruits had to the citizens fKeystone
t thoroughly up to date, it is necessory come o Use Doan's Pills-a stimulant diuretic
i !J that they: keep on the afert for new the Girls; Club Short Course at Ta- for home orchards. Ten poultry farmers Heights in the organization of a city to the kidneys. Read what this Starke 8x11. ISO Pages

and better infonmtion. r luhassee next summer. I are noW rendering this office a S resident says: More than 100 beautiful reproductions -
monthly coxt-of-production records. L. II. Eastman retired traveling
Realizing: this necessity, the Agricultural / Pasco-All club girls are interestedin GRAHAM I man, Main St., says: "I had trouble of Florida scenery.

e Extension; Division of the pine needle vases as gifts. Membersof Under with mv kidneys. There was norfrt""' Price $2.00 per copy, including
University of Florida several years women's clubs are interested In I Graham Dec. 18.-Services were held Hen v- my back and I felt pretty lame. cost of mailing.
of artificial light, reports !gross egg here Sunday at the Baptist church by I suffered with I
ago started the custom of inviting making citrus products and gift pack severe pains in my
r growers and farmers to come to the receipts of 16,461 !gross sales income Rev. Kickliter, of Starke. At the head, too. Doan's. Pills helped me I Rufus R. WilsonPublisher
b,. University and spend n week each ages. of $H9I, feed cost $278 profit over noon hour dinner was sprea on the from the "start. One box of Doan's

of year in school. During this week the J'olk-One of the club !girls who is feed cost. ,$(Jl6. ground and a large crowd attended. cured Price me 60c at all dealers. Don't

n facilities. of the college of agricuture away at school is making her own RURAL COMMON' SENSEBy Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woadin and chil. simply auk for a kidney remedy-'get I Orlando, Florida

i # and its extension Division and Experiment spending money by sewing for the dren, of waldo, spent Sunday, here Doan sPills the same that Mr. AGENTS WANTED

' ,. Stution ore open to the visitors. other girls. ( Spuds Johnson) with his sister, Mr'!(. W. J. Jones I Eastman lad Fuater-Milburn Co., .

Visitors also meet others from other l.uke-ThIK week we have had candy 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal. of Ziff, Mfrs.. Buffalo, N, Y. .. --------::=1

sections of the state, and exchange lessons for club members. The wom- MERRY CHRISTMAS spent Sunday afternoon here.

ideas. en are just. as interested as the girlsin > "Christmas comes but once a""yearAnd -i i
At first these meetings included learning'" to make more wholesome when it conies it brings !good
"Could Be Made
I only citrus growers <>( the .state andwere candies cheer." No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll I Better Fe rtilizer ?

called citrus seminars. The first. children. troubled with Worms have to an-
I Christmas: time Is a time of which Indicate blood.sod
merrymaking healthy color : poor sac
t' citrus seminar was held at the Uni- larhun-The Junior Demonstration and happiness for everybody. rule, there Is more or less stomach disturbance. It"
We Woul d I Make
vesity April 18 to 23, !tHO.! Cluh of Newhprry held a com- GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly'
I I lit is well that such is the the case. For for two or three weeks will enrich: the blood. tm
Christmas> celebrates the birth of prove the dlilesdon,and art ..a General Strcnstn-
J Christ, and His birth is just reason Suing Tonic to the whole system Mantra will thea SIMON PURE A>l D GEM BRANDSind
Chief Sounds I throw off or,dispel" the worm*,and the Child will be '"TIme Tried Crop Tested"i
Inspector Keynote
to for commemoration, and celebration. In perfect health. Pleaaaoc to uke 800 par bouts.
This season should bring joy to all of New PRICE LIST of regular brand i just issued. Get same before placing

Purifying Nation's Milk Supply us. order. Send; orders now for future r equipments, nave delays and be ready

1 However, we should. not lose' sightof : when fertilizer, is needed. Transport at!ion In slow and may be worse.

the fact that such is the case. For Penetrates Throughthe QUALITY first. FAIR prices! 'rompt Shipment.

i Christmas. U a time when we are celebrating -
+V j ay the birth of the Most Holy E. O. PAINTER FE TILIZER COMPANY
rt Skin Clearto
'. I Of Course we should l think about Him Jacksonville, Du, County Florida
and His life all the but
if' to through year, : ,
Christmas is a time when we should the Bone -- -

y I give! especial thought to Him.

r'I'C And in thinking of Him we should

Ilry to follow His example He was Liniment Called Mexican

I'C i t t ''k'ka I always. one to serve other peoplei Mustang has Strange Power
i thinking always ether people first
I and bringing joy to them. His -
groatftt A lam.. bark, a strnlni-d muscle or nrhIHK -
joy came in seeing others made / Joints Mill Mop paining and becom WANTEDParties
joyful. And so we, who are fortunate limber and natural If you 1 will apply a
should not think only of ourselves Uttluofthntold-rafiblonvd liniment knownas
Mexican Mustang UruKfrists' and
but should remember others other authorities agree that Its great I
especially those less fortunate than power to rollevo pain li due to Its n' i lcuMnetratlnrt <
| e.tlon-It BOOM through the
ourselves Try this and if
once see outer latent of the akin without burning
it does not make your Christmas amore tir a trace of blister right to the lore spot
"- Mrrfar ./ a MUll Putnriiinf ,.""' .. I.appy one. It I I" not like the umartlpg. strong' I
burning mixtures. u'n lly known. llnl- .
At .the Uth annual convention of, Milk In Cleveland must be sold Of course we always send a fewi menu No matter If nil other outsidepplicatlons
-. the International Association of I within 88 hours of piiHteurtzlnf.Mr i presents to especial friends and to rel- .. have fallod. you will not be I
Dairy ami Milk\ Inspo'-tor, held at J V 'julpli' dairy .adviser atives. We get lots of fun out of disappointed. with :Mexican MiutanK with trucks to contract the cut-
.s Indlunnpoll, recently leading au- Kiinsus 'or i I'onsumero' League.KunaAS that. But that Is not enough. We Liniment -It also. heap. cuts, burn and I
,. thorltii or tinI'nltud{ Kt.Uii and s'lis.( Mo. follow. cl I with an Korea. and KO makes a valuable remedy 10
should remember those who will probably hare In he home at all 11101'111 druggists and of Lath
Canada submitted Interesting and Informative a cuunt of the work of purlfylnj the I ting hauling Cypress
; receive few and and wholesalers self Militant Liniment
papers reliitlvo to the purification milk supply of that city. very presents, It for
of the nation's milk supply. I lie stated that milk produced In some who may even be in want. What or can get you. I ii0C Blocks furnish the timber. Average
cp to
dairies where they follow all sanitary counts ts, we -
In the closing session\ of the series
\ of meetings Dr. Roy F. Leslie Chief regulations such a* clean stables I "Not what w.> !give but what we share 0=0'- 1
haul 4
? Meat and Dairy Inwpoctor of Cleveland clipped udders and flanks df For the gift without the giver is bare" '

I ,r 1 Ohio, emphasized, the great milk cows, thorough proomlngand Christmas is also a time for a BICYCLES"The .el
brushing of the animal before mllk- II

Importance the producer of co-operutlve la the production mennuresby of \log brought end to periodical producers tests In for the bacteria league 3 mixing.greater community Nearly everybody friendship visits and We also buy Cypress]| Blocks f. o. b.
clean milk.
"1 cents to S cents! more per quart of somebody else or has sot.tebody elseas Ideal Xmas
"With co-operation on the part: of milk than Is received by those who > visitors. We should l certainly arrange p Gilt"q q ,; cars your loading point. Write or see
the milk producers, raid Dr. Leslie were not members of the Kansas to attend the community Christmas o
'much be done alone this line City Consumers'
can Lcairue.
tree with the folks and To
that would otherwise be Impossible." Throughout the series of meetings, young to $35 $40
e He then told of bow the public was stress was laid upon the rapid strides get around to other community gath- I
kept Informed of steps taken to control being made towards a thorough and erings during the holiday season. i
the milk supply with a view to comprehensive Inspection program, of This wil help us and also help to
safeguarding the health of all who the milk supply of cities throughout brighten up life in the community.And Seep
due milk and dairy product the I'ntted states and Canada.It so we say, "Merry Christmas." D LUMBER MANUFACTURING
"'n Cleveland.;' sold Dr. Leelle. Is certain that the results of this .
"more than T04 of the milk la sold work are reflected to a great extent KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :NEWSOn F. Clark
In the lnoroa">d consumption of milk Merton
at one or another of u system of
chain stores where the curtomor U by the pu.'t i lo of the ITnlted States, December eighth the first mun- 1 COMPANY

I given an allowance of Z cents on the and this Increased consumption la icipal election was held at Keystone -

:! purchase of each quart of milk." I sure to be for rebated both the In monetary producer and advantages Heights and in spite of the fact thatit U Bicycle LIp U GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

The J cent allowed coven the coat the distributer. High quality will\ Increase rained nearly all day there was a and Accessories
I of delivery In the home and represent I.I.I milk consumption and high heavy vote cast being only three registered Repairs p I
a a saving of about 12tt to the consumption of milk will keen the voters that did not vote. Much OJ
consumer milk market steady. Interest was shown during the election Sioi -OCiO- OCi

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I Starke Florida December, 23, 1923!J. I sworn bill at complaint exhibIted. aulnilpTalnant '-the County at State of Florida which

It liii ( lit ( lii ii It il-i-I itt t t-t-It: : I Dear Santa Claus:- I said """* by the above ".m"1 cot"' i landa are 0'B.d'tor.tul particularly described

I Trimming the Please bring: me a pocket-knife (I 'Tile: Hrailrord. County TeleKraph. a weeklynenapaiwr I a follows' Item I. .

That's all I wnnt for Christmas. I publlahcd In the town of Stark ,
Bradford County, "...rld.. I. : : fractional Section 2$. ""molm.referred to
I Luther Topln. hereby dealanat- a* lots. I. 3. :'I. and 4. )
3F1apjij NtlU 'tur! Tree i I CS rI be "published ihTLUS"1"1 for !four ln whIch eoruemillxc this n..l'...west'h"1'' fractional Northeast QI..'nl.lnh'o. IA".4_acre IS.

ByFrances Gnnstead ; Lake Butler, Flu.Dear The cIlIa described In saul hill of complaint i inmctimv, Hit r..r..1 to at ,. 1 h.it.on;
'stilling ) in acres : fractional Ea>t
In .iild oaiwe. to which complnlnant .......
Claua to
santa '
: I I'IK Northweat quarter, referred
quiet title and .,,,, amalm. .
remove "1. .lire an follow, .
IlilIhlIl 1 1I I III I I I I 1111 1 I I will write you a few lines. Plea to-wlt i .. 'lot .1, except A acre 10uth"'. corner .
I 1111111 I I 1 I I I liii 1 I I-H"I !' I I 1-1 I I I I 1 of eald, tract of Section .
I HK: tlei'oriiu-il I"epn. I bring/ use for Christmas a piano and th.Ehe Northeast Sail hal or Ih,..*....hw...t quarter of 60.)IT acru Nnrthw.it iiuartrr of the.on..lol Noel),<-

vroiiml) whlrh our it harp. chit, 'il South. Raniii uuarler Hi .I Kaal.Stvuull or. I Iota la.. |Tuwn-. anil I uiKt, quarter.. Snuthweat quarter of the North,

: 'iirlsinuiM hulldity' By Nettie Ruth Willis.r. SO of Robert M. Smith aub-dlvlnlon of aald vest quarter quarter., NOrl..1 Soiitheaal quarter quarter of of the the Northweet Soulnwot ,) .-

enter, has anuritiln I S. I have a sister Maud and the action public township records .and.f Hradfonl ranire. County.a> recorded Florida In, I I quarter ... S.rthw.1. quarter of ..h.S.lt..1 .,

-' olilcr than bring her a stove and a doll and 1 II and containing twenty II...... mope or l less ) quarter of' Ni rtl.n 8a.;f\. BOI'TII.'..'"',

I 5. ( 'liristlaiilty Itself. have brother and WII-NK88; The Honorable A. i. Adkl .. I I It( \.LIN: 1'0\0'1' T.
'S a Leo. he wants a ubie.. aa alio O W. Alderman. (Clork. and 'NUl TWtN'rY.ONI ( I lW"

A In lUiount .duyitrePs ball. this .,-al of this court h, the oily of Stan,. I I ... A2\1 acres.Rent
? I "forlila, tlib the luth day of December S.
i 1 were livid ailcrod A. I
Nettle Ruth WUIte.i
: llflcBi 11'1 I Thi. Northt'a.t quarter nf tho Soullun .t
I ) to v n r I Iou. I -- O. W. ALOBRMAN: ..nuai'U'r.. Soulhwcel inlHrler of the South'u.tquarter

good 1 MUll evil spirIts and offering to 'i NOTICB ,lah.XLl Clt-rk-. and the Sosithess. uuarter, of the Smith.w .
I U. E.: KNU1HT. Starke. Florida I, r. l iiuarter of Section Id. North half of the
them were!' hung upon live brunches.. i In Circuit Court flradford County, Florida. :Solicitor! for Complainant. l.-'o-St-l-iJ V Mhcml I iiimricr 1I.I.hrn' ounrter of Hi*

To Hie TeutoiiK the fir tree, with. It* ., In t'hmsney. t M'thwent' omutet. '. Fail of the Soulliivi-at,
S. H John. N TIC.'K .. Soulhwee-t ,' of the 8outhvHluuarter.
yinim'trlnit .si|.r."h.l I I .! hunchl'8.ns iinnrlt. hInd
mialnnnt.! ; ,, nud the Weet hair of the South"Mimrlirof i -!
n aymbnl of i ih' sun I1n.thttY\
\ I lie wlnti goii .nn by ilocklpg H .McClenny, el at. t In Chancery. I quarter, of iho Norlhwi-Ht qua i I .r'
I Uefemlnnla. K. I F. Clark and l.uclnla Claik bin wife oith 'Imlf of Southwofll quarter and 8.'it'','
It In tinsel\ lln erB. toys and other or-i Tin. following l hOse and unknown ili-finj. Complainant ,I'IIMI. oitnrtcr,, of II,.. Snuthia.t nuarter of HIH*.

. noinpnts.ChrNHnii. I ant In the sims. nlUl cause u.wlt : Can va I lion .3.: NortbeMHt iiunuer, of the Sotithv, .ct
B McClenny ansi sif".. Ala McClenny, An. Laura D. Thompnon, et al., itunrtor., South Imlf,. of tlie Southwest ,quart r
nap < : the tree ijrmbolirobnl tlonelto. \\'lIbllr.nh""I'" W. JuOaon at tu Unfendanl. I 'I"I.r SU'ftlon 81 ,Fail:. half of the nmnunrter .

.h. | *'!snn In ilpriiuiny. but there .i J. MnrahHll Juilaon. lu r huauand, N. l 11. Ha a. T. the known nnd unktinKti defendants of Section u I. Northweefc QIAI'r l..r'h. of

,xlorlnv.' of tile first OlirlnfUIII8 man Harrol. hcunnii, Catherine) W. rVarIliK .'" above .tyled. <.".". to-wlt : Laura D. lit,* NnrthtfB.l ., South half ..,'"It.ra'it -
are ninny und Mn A. 11:. ir IIv, If rhomi... and ImiHwml. larh'r.
I "' An. "" and on Samunl. II. Thuntpun. I quarter, West of Nnrlheaet iiunitfi,
tretun,. I IM ilint Martin T-.uifier dead., thiir, unknown !u.h... des I." .. lenateeior 8. M. Morton. H Mni > Norton flertrtldo ,' I., the Nnrlhea.l ,, h.1 and the North..I ..l lounrlor
walking undor Hi tnm on" Chrlnt- I vrantiH'n. and the Hondo, Lund and Immluratlon W. Van .Colt, If alive, nnd. If dead, to their! of thIs Northwest' qilartar of Hevtlon i
Company a uoriMration if the cvtatviico. helm. dovlNve.. .Ipgal,',-* 01. uraiiteuv.. and Iall lo '' '. .M.I. I IV TOWNSHIP SIX I lfl> Slsl'i'll.llNrr .
mils } "l'. \vn. IUOMM! by Ih'lrvOl""" I and If not. tin leaal repn'.enlatlveeiliwiMevN. pirauu havlnil or claimlmi ...y' Intercal ? TWKNTY-ONK i.Mt BART

as a revrlntlon! of the nciirnrra nf Unit 10..1"'.', 01 iintee, and nil l>emoni. in I hi- lamia hereinafter dencrlbed. Item 3.

. p to IIIl1n.VI1t'n"'i rcurbeil liomp h,' haIIIK or clalmitiM any, interest I In thu Ian. brertlniiiYou I The Norlhw,*,! qitartor." nf the Sotitl.i, I lurelnnftir. ik crlbvdCmUn Und each of you ure hereby reiiulred' lo ,, nf htnrt I." I" 'r.r..n.1 Norths -intinrler
took u ,lttl he fir tn-" nnd put I UurUii-il *>.i bo and appeal. before Iho Juilm' ..r Hie Clr- I except the E... uuarter the Norllienal -

I candles on (IIH l>n ..-'leu) to explain hlthoilRbt .ill aol each) .., II are hendty. reiiulnHu cult Court of. the Elahlh\ Judicial. Circuit of quarter of Ihe Nnrthwct quarter fractional -
Lu niui, upiM'nr, bofo.II.. Judge of tin Hie Hlale of Florida. In nnd fur llnidford. Soot Iwest, uuarter, nnd the South half)

1 to I lu' children.With i Ch-ciilt) loiiil of i the .:,,,hlh J"dl.I..1Ir.ull. County, on the ivth! day ..r .laniiniy, .5. I I' I'of r rartlonul. ". .h,..., 'fuiarlur of Seclloii. 2 n
1I I iiRtnlil ffrtlniw; behind It.I I IIs \II. ,.t Ii ho Mini. uf Florida on the l6th day olJanuary. HUH. at the .....rt.h..v In Mild louiilt.. in ,ihetown :, .nil fractional '.'o KaNt l half of North-I .

(rhrlstninii' A. U 1U1I6 at tbo court houn.. .if Siarke.' Florldn. to. answer ii,.. .worn ,' ,'sOt ,uuarter 1'rl"l J7. fraetlunal Houthi I .
., fitting! ihnt I Ii. 0'1'111 In Mild county, In Ihi town uf Stark.,. Fist. bill: of complaint exhibited auainat you In III. .t qunrler, nnd"Fait. of frnrtl..mil
tree In thpKP dll)'" In ilefornlcd) tirelfor 'b Ida. 10 aiuwer, a sworn bill of eomplHlnt ..,. abo\v styled cauav. ,"I Sths'ssl, qunrler of hul 11 ;: South hnlfor ,

tin- snke of IIHvn lieiinty Mmiill IllbiUd aualnat. you by 111,, complainant In III.al'tive ., Th.. llradford Uiiinly Toli'uiaph.' a weeklyo r SiiMloil '.'H. Southivar.1.'|iuirtr of tlie I rlout'i.Ml '' .
l styled eauao.'i w.linp.publUhed' In I She lown of Stark of S.flion 21) : Fal half nr th.
I II II iinrt) ttrncofiil. It < 'i"n I ntnniln nn thu l.in.lforcl County Tali'graph a west I Iliodfiinl County. Flnrlda. i I. hereby de.lirna|. :', Ct" ,h'nst'"lrh'r quarter of Section :ill! : fracl onalNxrtli .1I

I II library I liibl. irl't l fc"iiieil| unniiiO UKlm newspaper nubllnhnl in the town of Stark 1,1. n. the nen.piiper' In which thu. ,,utig., ahallH. half antI Soulhwewt quarter. of Soulliat I..
I the landlord. ...'nly. Florida I. hereby itoalnnatil : | |.hll.h,1) fur. four connecullvo "....ko. TheInnih I I .- nnarli'r, anil,. frnetloliul ,Kiinl h I,t's.iiunrd' .
inlnl.'l form )
I "P. or In 1'(' irriit-pg > II. II In which Ihla dmerllHil. In .aid .
iifWHuaimr nolleu ulrnl lull of conu.li.lnt.) the ,'.f, the South of Section S. all fiacnonnlSittlnn '
dinIng! tnhle, the outer of ohwr until |M> publfiihi'd. for four consecutIve weeks. Tn. title li, which, .aid complainant, _'k. to iiulel ,' : N.rlh hnl Ji.ir or fincllonal Noilh.u s'I l lrraetlonnl

re"1'11"'". If I: In tn alilru' In thrineniorlen liind, dmcrlbeil I In nailbill, uf complaint ox and remoticloud., In I hi. null nre .> follown. ..IIINPIi.r I 0"1 C,nrhonh N.rIt IS5I..) .,,,.,r. ,,, I
lul) lid aunlnitt you III ald abovu styled ciiuai. ti..wlt : Soulli, 'I half North of the S. V. I..
of rhlliln tlirminh your to by unlit. complainant. the title tu winch ...101 .Lola 3, 6. 7, M and II of lUnch '8. of Uv- TnlKvav Section d. M.I. IN TOWNI! I'
I ciitne list ornin "its miint tip hmiii complainant' ,tievka to iiulel .mid. remove clomt.Liifrum. i Ina.lon. ) Trilby A Company'. Addition In III,. ', SIX lfl> SOUTH. 1'\\IF' TWICNIY O'.F
,IH an (00 *.i '.....n of Hlarka. llradfonl County. Florida. RAST all ? ,. ..pt North
with IIH nnirb thoiubt' HK ever the 1111I 1 I Ill,at ;Nniu ">l and '.0" I and 2 nt HIss WITNKNS The Honorable A. Z.dki..... I'I ,1 1 I 11 North half of Northmt., 'tnrt'r. ..( SIsal ...

-' I Teuton gave I. ,h,,. plm-lnic nf tholrnnfratlvnl J.: all In Templc'a Ait itt.,, to the town I ulSlarKV JiolM.. iu aim, U. W Aldurmnn. iirk ,tithe ,i t I all fractional Section 2 nil fiacllotinl Sec.
-- Thp ec'et of dec- I In Bradford. < "unl)'. Florida.WITNKS.S. neal of lid. court In Ihe city of Mlnrko, Plum n. mock. A. C. I. 2. 'I 1. I. S. .'V'.VI. ,
I gifts : the Honorable A. :A. Ailkln.. :I'loilda this IKth day of rveembrr. A. I I') I MA. IRA I. Lola l I. end di I ,.. .>.
oratIng n. tree .11""lh..ly" |I.. to innke Judiie.. an also ti W Alderman. Clerk ..nd 1021.; l'l'\ 1Nand" 1 I I.. A II. ('. ..n.11 l
I M l.i'vilmi. thins eurtnlm .. .. .... lino Its (X'orntlon li .K :IK If they grrivtbnrp. the neat of this coon In the city of Starku (I. W. AI.I>KIIM\N 11.\,, .. of Ixit 17 and, RO test on the 1.,
SCHOOL noAitn3cr.fi I 1'iiMH'r: i I'rintlnu Co wlddow'n lien blk S noI'or l :.h. 'iii. luth day of Dinumbor. A. I DII. IHKAI.I': Clerk. Lot III In. Illnck *) and all Hindi '.

A teachem .....__''- '_ -_-. 1011.00 I tne 'seeri nf Ihitt IK to plnrotl 11125.; H. I':. KNIfillT. Stark Florida I... lOt I I l "'I 1 and Ijit. I. -
.,. I l'"or trunMportHtlon _. ..u B5R.00K e eIrflhllnl-nI" 'it I I- ,imlntH of ,ifrnwtt,. W. ALUKIIMANi Solicitor, for Complainant. 1 u- D-ftt-l-UJ. t .lUnch .1111",1. I"t. 2. H. and 4 in Bio.
met in regular session with M ....hn.. loval wrvloe ._- .. -.- __ 6211 SHA L i Clerk.II l.il 3 ami 4 In lIbel 'n end '."'* ?
: I,. R. Kriwariln.: truck Irani ... 1 50 l I 1C IvNKiHT. Sturke.Kloriila.Solicitor III. anil '
I I and, t.ol'. S and 4 In -
ill nmbers viz: L. W. Kick- __ __ K2.00 for NOTICK und 4 In mock II. "nrk
present J. A. Jnn... toaohlnir ..n' "- Complalonnt. 1226.61.IVINUn I t 1 1 and 4 l In Pinch in. and .
.7)iISlIer. j !i. and ::
liter,, O. M. Inman and J. A. Wasdin. Thenhclnir no further bunlnmui the board. l ;1 and 4. A-' IK and I al In rllocl 14. and !.">
In Januaryllniniilon.
first Monday
"" adjourned to jncet In Circuit Court. Bradfonl' Stale ofFlorida. 2. 4. II.I H II, n I and 13 and 8ub.llvl.lon. 5.
County, I
.j|Minutes of last meeting/ read and Starlce. teaehlnu. Uaahinic i .:. :: :.:.::::::::' 2lO.no B0.no: ) I m1' ii' 1'7 :A ( E I C and n nf. hot. in In 1'10.1) l Ill. and 'sIthlock "
,, it. C. situ
read.Depositories Thu Plhils '
National Bank of Petembiira, IK excei-t
approved us W. R. Thornton janitor S----------_ SO.llO) : In Cucult Court U adfonl County: Floridalu .. cnrparatlon.flalntlff. I nnd F of tot I Alan\ ",,. *,
a lot II "lviaion.
__..__._. 19.00FIOII'y )) .I
Alderman 4 Chancery. .
for 102 were desig- H. trannn. ? I 1 and "" n.r
of Lot I.
,. Koalvr tenchlnic 0 __.--.____-. n.nn }, { .1 A. W. 1'0"'y.Complaia.lIl." II. C and Hob.llvl.lon. A ant fl
**tsdas follows: Bank of Starke to Jan (iH.kln. wood. 5 -_.h____-_-____ BOO f\\ VII and' \ of I.II) and and Sulnllvl.lon A 'I1I
;; Subs. .________.___ 1.00 K. B. Illnckla, of Lot and Lot 8 .".
fund 5
hv.'ne hull il' reiieral J H. Kmler. wood vaJamtxi nl' W..I' 'h..lr.r i I. '"
Defendant. l
Anthony Moore Janitor 11. ____.___._ 11.00 C. Cullan at al., 1..1"I I 1..1 1\ Subllvl.lrm ofInt
4 I r 18 Luwtcy Bond andpresent Civil Action I ami l.ol. Kar.,1
\Z..8: ; I J. T. llarnva. ti'.chln) 10 20.00I. LHifundanta.Tw t. II. ( I Illock
of Starke Bond. .n. "- 15011Mr. ) )) ., I tbe llnil,. ,hr, nn It .'\\lit'retbp, Damages Ho.nno flu" Ill( and I... and' K and Uit. Jl In
holding .. N. Kulch. teaching the known unknown fendmiU ami
and I inIho Iltock H a
II----------- Hlnckle .. 6 and 8 In
Bank to have one .. I.. H. Kulnh .... 10.00 twigs U-m<' the '-ninclieB, : the utll..r ..|.>\,. styled iialue balk' :: James C. Culleu. To R.; E. and all olher Iniermted I.. I '7. and lid.. 1 I. of lOt and' Ixiul.e st.eei.,

(Bradford County It Cncmiohacl. ....ohln... 52-------- 4K.00OIHe Is ,In.'c' HIM, Unit look heitvy John, Alexnmk'1\ (,drahani James I I.. MinnYou and\ eaeh. of will ,,, lake notice, Imlf loli acr* In and"rn.It In nlock It and. lau :. Bami
to nmniiM I.h' H
6-17 inclu.llve'and __ __ you nr.,1 \
nerttl Fund Sub ___. it 00 .
1 ..
tcnchinn 12 In
alfIJ5 ) UnO'u. -- iul bHinuL'l C 1..1 le. J. U. MeLumortt JU that null by attachment. has been In.ltuted Subdlvl.lon A and of lot I I.
a St and I .
itt- present holding of Starke Hlf McCf-uder. Leaching IS------- 40.00 nlii'rtHie tree" looks strongest! well hart.; J.. J. C. tkluy. '1'. W l-ltta, Charlei In the Circuit Court of Bradford County.Stale Itlix-l. Illock 9*. 29. 3". "I 112, at 34.Ill. .
T. B HlnholBter. teaching 14. ______ 20.00 hi.cit on the( I',. n ..H nnd tuwnril the 'ltol>eru. W. R. I.... F. I. MoCall. Donald) .'f Florida by the National. Bank ________ 4H.OO .1
Uorn4.Bond. A MeRge. teaching 18. .on McKnu ami Charles i i. luttle. If alive and I II Rant: end of "a""*
.... I'eteniburK.' a corporation plaintiff. and auulnittK S A. I.. Hallway In
1.10 lowe oi) tin inIt Ihe
( for Bradford County Bank R O. MiMon. stove pipe. 16--------- purl dead to thvir unknown hvlra. devlaeva, leiiatweior I: K Illnckli.. an defundant. and the follow.Inic ) Cihy. all .twIne In Ceetifl 4. Towo.hIp"sen
Finolo Chm. Co. floor all. 5--------- 120.90 IK It K,,oil. film to Thy out the grantees the rlorida.. Uallroad. !;om".ny. a deaeribed Innila of Mtid defendnnt. lylntt OIl 7.ulh.) <. 'Pwenly.l'ne 121'I Fiat
a.lIet at 15000.00 and Bank of .Bradford County TvUvraph. Prntg. 3. 29.00 if in .-.,........ and It iukuai / Inl
coriHiration not, .
mnterlHln for ile. >' 'sit ion with those of and lielnif in .aid llradrord ( unl y. FInrIshis I CIly. .
._ __ ___. 1.2ft
$tark. at 1000000. Election held in I). C. Jones stove pipeS, n leilessslatmtt.a. and assigns O. W i .been attached. under. and !>y virtue of thatirlaln Iloml.on at cptcr of (1. 5 A 2'. ttallw'V
O. Jonei. brooms 10------------- .50 I like I 'slilsip nnd i'i liir l"Il'lh..r and tn and I'aullne from
I) liiylon. wire Clayton und alliunmnN ) writ of attachment Uaued In said unit I opponltim'le' ial l marked S44
Jjrooker, Bradford and Ziff canvassedwl I) r. .lonea. close pipe 15----------- .50 kIn! ilecornllonn nt havinu nr aimlmi' any interuat I II itint. |I" mck I and run B..l
handle one .t I a .. "I
of nnd) unili Ii hand and aeal of Ihe and 41
_________. B.45) out' r Mc >n frm.1..1.
follows.\ Brad .. S. Norman rapalra 16 I .* ,.,''low", ,, dencribid. lamia. AV feet to a point
returns showed us ,
,, 1
Clerk of anlil Court .wlt. track
.I H Norman switch S------_____. .50 time. In this wu.v It la easy to distribute l.rcellniiBtYou rullway W't
None 1 The of. Heellon NinaTownship I thence South ford :for consolidation 4, against, ; The flhriwr Co. crayon 10--------- .55 musses of trTiiiinliitf und Spot and eaeh of you are hereby reuulrcito Northeast iiuartor of t."lnnln. l 1.12 fat to 8. A. I.. 11.-
Seven 8outh. Rang TwentyoneKaat.
2lff howed fIve for and 7 against. I J W. Morgan, erayon, 6. l.0 the different be and appuar Us.fi. o the Juilutf uf thv Clr 7 14 \orlh .iiA. thence 71 deicree. ea.l "n.h.
: bookl 14: :::::::::: 6.54 of color evenly in II to see tlnit : and the KaHt three-fourlhii' of Mortar.IINHer t right v
W Morvan. 4HJr
the hth Judicial Circuit
or ti: olFlorida. thence
eleven for and none suit' Court nf Norlhw.t .,., of Section Ten I ciii right of way :MIV7 feel:
showed .rt'r
Prooker .1.. W. MorHan. ..i..... 10 __ ___ .16 kinds are well InlermlnKled. It In and for Bradford County Hurliluon Section 4 :
t anil ten mills! weer voted to be J. S. Normnn. rapalra 15______________ 9.411C. A. U. Townahlp) Mix )Houth llanwe Twenty-two Fa.t r. ,.| t,, point' :of: heginlinst:: :In of live .
fjkgaln Roberta, wood II. ___ 14.110 In I a common mist le to plane moat of th, -'Mil day of January. 26. athi 'rh.... Mill ..d.f.ndiinl, F.: K Hlnckle.. and all\ I Ml I P th.. Hmilheaat, quart, r South .III"
Mfie* ed against the consolidated illstrtct B. -- .uu- the ornaments on the tip ends of tile court hoUNt. In null i county.. In the ",wn other' |>ennnn Interealed. nhall appear to the > I Hallway .nnd Ii,.- N..rlh'no ","orl' .rI
O. W. Kmaon. wood 1-------------- 2-50 of Hluike. Florida to annwcr a Nworn bit .....d action at the office of the Clerk of tha, ,," Moiilhwe.1' ,,".rt.r and the """" hat'
,, H C. Harley wood H---------------- 25.00) branches under the Impression that ..f ci.miilaint ,',hIMh'"' In ....d! court I In aboviI'otnliil raid eourt at Stark Bradford. County, ?l.r- Soulhwfwl uuarlor and East: hair I. 'ti"

Trustees elected for consolidateddistrict I There being no further business th* board they will show in heat there. A* II cmwe. by t <. complainant. A. Wriur I'I Ida. on Monday the furs, day. nf February. A. I ::I:,: P'irthw.'xt: : quarter of IhMI and. jusr-I "
> The Bradfoid. County Teleuraph. i. l>. lli'jn or judnment, will lie entered scales l.r and I. t25.'' N..rtlw.l |
E. :M. Hnzen, G. K. Coluon, adjourned. to meat the first Monday In Janlary matter of fact at.ornnm..nts well \M4-hly ne\iHiap| ,'r publlnhcd In the uiwn oHlnrke. you. I I -. h"l..r the Norlhea. '

JF.-J" orlC..n. Moved by :Mr. VVasdin 1926.sAri'uttur'ih. placed! on) the h"d.i of the tree art Bradford. Cio,, nly. Florida. la bervh, ri\en under my hand and official feat atHtarke. oiiarter.u r'HI..nnl l. .. North .' of Ilrn.'"'.".

: Inman that the more effective than If they are scattered di'Nlvnuud ,.. the nuwpaper, in .whlah tbliIK Bradford County fflau' of Florid., 'I.r.l. ..rer.I') nt I lo ..1.. nf Siimlwon, (I.. "
and iBeconded byIr. I .'.. hall lie |iubli.he.l for four conaecutiviH.kH this 2nd day of December. 19H8. I I.t.t t lot. In Section 4 ,
Superintendent and Chairman borrow on the outer circumference.The n.W.AI..PRM'\N: Nri 1,.'..lh' II? I:lie Southeast quarter

needed for today's payroll renmlnder of Unlit reflected 'I In* .land deNOribi'd. ,n eaid bill uf complain! Clerk of Circuit Court: I..,nI.lL I If I) .ere* in the Soulhi'ii.t corner and th*
Moneyif 'I Problem Solved.A tin- (iii.. to which the aid eomplalnant Heekito I Bradford' County rlorldit SiUlh, 1,1 II Ihe. Posh'), half of th. Inu\h..1
nd for the superintendent an.l from various orin'tnent should also oloud therefrom In thl Hnulhea.t uuarter
also, II.I and remove F.PPERSON ?," $ 'Ihe .nt .
of lolls
chairman to meet the morning of Dec. clone' "tully aau crop be considered. ; tbMP with glanay, surface ,,III. are an follown. to-wlf I ,,:rlr Bradford County, "tlC, of ,Il.. Norlhw..t .luarler .. Sovitlio

bows Unit the relntlou IH purely nut with different clow from riurraotlonal W...t half of Section Jl: State of .Florida.. 12.4.111-1.19. o 'nr'ir of flection 8. .
22nd and borrow sufficient money toay ural In that sh"wlrg a prefer- n \viiMltlp. ; $..,ith. Pangs 21 Eat: excel I N... ll.eat. iiuarler of Ihe Norlhcaat 'I".r..r
$ all teachers who have a month cropH that ol' tinsel end upple) oranges and the Hoiilhwi'Ht. iiuartv, of the Northwest uuar.trr "ur Suction 61: andIhe
.:ice for u certnln. mill Is dui entirely cornucopias of candy must not be expected thereof" which lu.ld vmbracv lota 3. 4. I NOIICK Northeast ".. of uthea.l quarter ofHrtNo"rlhw

imadeiat that time. to the deinii.Kls. ..f I lisse cropit for a 6 so' I U. or iiald .<.cl nn, townshIp and ramieami rJonlb half Ir th. Seulh..l uuaflar
I to rnuntvrbulanre brighter suprnee iiUo the Wofhali of the Southwest uuarter I -
IThe'followinlC bills were audited and definite iinioiint ofutui uud wui''ilh: .*, So !!distribute the ilecorutlonthaving nf the Norlheu uuarter, of aald nectlontn In n ha Circuit Court EIghth Judicial CIr ....t uuarter of Ih. Norlh.a.t quarter

Ordered paid : Plant fowl Is u ftprnniltiry, cnfi.ldiT.i., dlfferetii kind of atirface. ,, iii hii| and ranuv.Wl .cult. In and For the Countty of Bradford. .nd the North half of the Northwest "u..rl r

.__.__ bi 01lleil. a I'NKHH The Ho.iorablc> A /. Adklna.luiUi. I State of Florida. In Chancery.IlKKVAIlU ..sill the North half of the loithesat u.rr
ijb B. Wl.wh.. .. .- -- l-'OOOO lIon. :.11.1 I MM llu- rim fHMlly INC. -
I'KOI'KliriEH.: nf
The glassy on"III'nt8111 relieve the MIS o nL'' B.WUrvinn.. incid .n. ._ ._ _- ,.*n by nun '1.. piolili'tii, la MO!, dark musses of the tree If they are "I l uf 'ihlK court In the city of Slarke. Florida. n eoruorallon orvanlieri and I .,, .r..r. ..f I Ih,. Northea .r.
fir, Board Service . H on I I i I hiIH'h, day of Dec mber" A. I). HUD exlulinir under I Ihe lawn of Florida ",I North half of th. Northeast 'Iu.r'.r
hung well bock In It, !but dull-surfaced O. W. ALDERMAN Complainant. the North half of th. $.". w .t quarUJ
I..d "
'1 .. objects. If not too large, should be ,iSKAI.i Clerk v. tIle ,, quartor and th. n.ir
I I' .:. KNK1HT H'arke FlnrlilaHolirltor \ C. I.. Peek. et. alDetenants. Norlhwmt quarter. and, the North
: sung In nearer view A good pluce for ) for Com pia nant. I U--J5-51-I-J2' ) of, the Houlh h.1 of the N..hw..t nu.rt.r

fruits, a tutu are heavy but too dull I Order of Herclca by Publication f S..llnn 12 1 1S lltfl'IlI.
to show In the body of the tree unless MlfKK P.S. IN 'rowNCltll' Ills FACT:
I "
and fnknawn DefemlanteNutle 141-ICR TWRNfY-ONB
Nnlire to Known
there la a break In the foliage Is on : I I. hereby given In C. I.. Peek a realdent South nl the North hilt of the. North-
Court.-UUrd;;;: Florida.n 1.1 ..., .. rrra..
the sturdy lower limbs In Circuit County. of Slnrke. Bradford County. Florida : ..Ill 'jUDrl.r Roll Ih. ,," w "aretf
Chancery. Alenandor II. Tulll. I not known. to camels n- H".lhw..1 "iusO"r an.) tho Southwest '
The small eleclrlc lights which have I) K KnlKht.Complainant.. I ant whether dead. or alive) and'or' all\ peraon.rlnlminic Section II 111.1. ,IN 'ltiWNltlP 14.VF':

superseded candl s for the Chrlitrnas ,. any Interefl under hm, In and tothoiie .,7'I MJPJTIt. ItA NIlE! iwF.NrY.rwoEAST. I I

vaIlinjumin certain piece. pareelw or tractS of handereinafter .
tree should/ be arranged In orderly.
Kite et al.I""end.nll.l di...erlbed. either a. h..I... devlneee.vranteea Item <.
gradation from Hi" lower limbs to the .. or. otherwUe.: Mumuel A. Hw.no. i t4rlheaat ouarl.r of the Northeal nuarf"lhlh8ouVhe..lq't.art.r -
top. A pretty effect Is produced If I., the in following the above known..,Ied and cause unknown. towitMillanl I I re.ldence unknown lo complainant! Pier dalilrnai .. C Nnlhw.1 .."..r or the Nrlhes.t 'I".r.lr .
sills unknown lo eompliilnanti of the Northeast qua.
tiny white bulbv are substituted. for F Uruwn. Be jamin Kite. tone frunhyVolni'y Company realdent of (islnes.it 80UI..t "t.IMrI-er q..r."o"ll..t .
I W It Thoma. a quarter of the
It alive, 1..h..t
the varl-colored that Usually J Shlpman. Henry Taibird. Florida David, I. Alvarea. I. 1. N."h.
ones unknown heln.rtevlMe i *. ).. Alaehi r.ul" ""....r. of Rn'hw.l ..rl.
their .
utol .r dead, to ,
\jA."YE make up these rlrrults 1 and each light i, Act, n "r Ir.nt.ee. sol l.. all persons havlnir .f aa Brown.atlmlnl.lralor decea.ed. .of .n"Ih.'"1.1. of penon.Millard ... .' nf the Southeast qunr"r. 1..h..
nr Southeast
herelnii ._ q..I.r
lands 'I".r..r
enclosed In a oninll paper cone of soft ,"i clalmlflK any interest In the laming any Interest under, him In and lo the )\

yellow or orange. Th."e cones projecting ii( deacnlHrd.. land h..in.I"r d..rl... either aa heirs 21 I.PfortIsst' quarter ot lh. Costhsa.t qu.r..r.N"d.wt .
,. .. Jamea "'siltresidence Sth.a.t. quarter.
M I. vranteee I 0' the
downwiinl ilTc much the tame lind each .., you are "hereby miulredi unknown. ,to complalnantl ThnmaeM ,5uae'er the flotlhws't quarter.'Ii ,
( or
ImprPHslon a* the vertical effect of .,, .be Circuit and. appear Court "before of the the EIghth JwlKe Judicial of.he I KnlKht rMtldonce unknown to ...ml.I.ln.nl. ., .II.h..1 the M.uthweet,5SisrtCP quarter or 1..1 110cr'e

candles. Circuit of the :lIsle uf Florida. in and Thomaa J. Purdln, (realdenee unknown to .m.1.1"ln.nl .. or Section aa I .
of Hlarke.Bradford qIlsOrt'
W. .;. Knlaht. a realdent 0' .ho N..hw.t
Chains of tinsel and colored! paper ,i llrudford. County, rlorida. on the iftth..day County. FlorIda. M llonlo a ... e.ulh..r. of tha qu..r
., hoes In I .
are effective des, ,.rations If they are r lanuary.: In A the D. \\VU.town at of the Ktarke.oort.t10rl.... to dent of Jacksonville.. Duvl Coun" Florida : A.V a..h..t 'I..r.r Northwest qua'.'
exhibitedHKxnit t..n" 1
ailed rightly Th \ abonld. not too, ,sins.iy n..r a worn bill ..f Complllnt Alderman. a reaidwnt of Starke. llradford Court
the aboveMlyle three.isrters
'In '
the complainant
by rllrWtWSsns
,! eaiweI'h. you ly. Florida. : flortilm Hart (Irealdenee unknownto nf f.. "ou.h..1 .

.. HraiUord ounty Teleuraph. a wevlily I ..mpl.lnaf.) Ambler Lumber Company. q,1a14.r
town ul Htarke.Hritiirord suits unknown '0 complainant' ) Pmpln ;
iubli.hed in the N'.rth.
"e" iBper. | '
t )I. hereby detlKDat-. Lumber Company with ofr.eea and Atrent atStarke. 4 4it
County If rsttrrrt-h'e.. N'r'h-
1 Donald L.M.Kay pZ quarter.
shall County. "
this notice' DrM..d
n <>, ,n.. *H.ij.r in which Fo.I. Northwest quartor. Hnr'h. '
iiwldenee' of Ih.
four coi'secutise cooks llu .nkn..wn I. romplalnantl quarter Norththe
pbiih''i. 'or w.1 .
.. said I b'll of complaint ei'hlhlte.1 Edward M Dick.nmn (not known lo complainant ,. .f the Northwest qu.. INWNIIil'
When .ole dxcribwl l In ..r. S "LL
against you In Mid above styled .au..j jI whether dead or allvel, and. or .1 penone ", Ha'. Fe River. 0' Section :; ItAiflK
1 .aldcomplainant Palming' 'Intenal under him and tothfM ill IIlITH.
1i ., .1 ", ..m"I.ln.nt.h.. title u. which any ) I.V.N you and
v certain pleeee. parcela or tracla of landhereinafter EAST :
....k. to quiet and to remove ti n
deacrlbed either ae heln. devlneee.vrant 1N'r.INI. ordered to .P "'
You Spend Less '. ,U a. followi. towlt'louth : h..b. I'll
hair ..r Northeant quarter of 8 etlon ..a or .I.r".. L. D Wall (..I.n. ...hi above .11. r.up. to In" 'J' .',", .
) P I you
unknown to M.t .
pi strung around the tree, weighing .4. L.wn.hip. Br.dford T South County Range. rlorlilaWirNKSH lKa>t lylna and tie Wlnlwrv Thomas.mnl.ln..t'W William and CharlenItAberta : ,.om.1' rn.plalnl..... .n 1.d .ru. .I. 4.h lay 01 ,ltn.uc.

Than You Make on the tips of Its branches, 10 that r nit in The Honorable A. Z. Ailkln.. 'Ireeldencea of each' and every on.linawn .. \. D. IWV8. T.I.llr."h., a pr.eiieii.

they seem to fet' er It. It they wind I Indue I .. aU& the of Hlarke, rlor- an this
., of Ihi. Snort In city wh.h
branches. as a vine might, they useniI I"VI.O. each and every In and lo lho certain piece t.. as the n.wslatwn 'n
r Irn"'r. A. 1> 5skiy
lo.h *. senses"
and Bank the of tract of land hereinafter d..d. b. published for
belong In the I frets.Toy. W. ALIKKMANSF.A rarcela "ties shell or
CUrk.r either .. he'r' ,t.v..... aranlaea or mh..I.; lushes P5'kI tO said 4th dsg J.nu.
may have! their place on the i I. i Mark II Wynn in.' known to complainant D.. "
Itself If the are decorative An K KNIOHT. Btarke..iHolior .. "Iorl"11-311011"1.22. I whether dead or .lv., and'or all ron. claim. 2.WI'I.K" m. band and ..1 of offIce this
tree ,
DifferienceBank for fomMamant.NOTICE f any interest ". him In and to tho* .. l'e--mber A 1 19VII.
musing doll pet i .-lied! on a limb arlght.rnlored certain' pleee parcels. l or tract of land here.In.ftr 0, W. ALDERMNC.
horn gleaming In the : I d .rlt.,. either aa h.,. devl.eec, of the CI..t Court fr

lj shadow, a rubber ball suspended high 'I.r.n.unknown. or to otherwise. : f. .StronaInaMenae t J SWrnlierir.rraldenw .) I B..tford r".nt". ida.ISEALI .. of .1..r.
In I the branch.. will delight the chil In Circuit Court. Bradford County. Florida. unknown I '. J. C.. I B, C. ". KNIGHT
In Chancery.M MsL.noee. J. B. Karl, I Clerk.
e. C. IJind. J. I' Deputy
it Here: We will dren. U Lanaford.Complainant.. .A. W Pitt Irreldeneet) .of each and .r POWRRS

pay The grOWO-tIp who trim II Ctrlatr known to complainant' andlor' .1 ..>of I I IIA8. for A. Complainant 1.4..1.1

chance for va aiming any InU rest .nd.. them 0.1. 1.I.lr ._ _'-'
In tll.year
r> tree has a once I -
Robert M .rnllh. et. al In and to tho*.
That It andveer.
you 4 per cent Helps to be an artlxt-with the most appreciative [Jefeadanu.To them nleee*. .each pereolr or tracts .f land "hereinafter or- P: uTica TO DKBTOBl* AM CMlllTORI
the known and unknown ilefendaat. InIh. I .. Soles. .devl.ee. or -
public' In the world. The .lwoi., either '
Now To Do It! I It. I. abfive ."Ied cause u-wt Kobvrt M. Jesse Reddl.h. (r.atdrfsse unknown to hereby Iven Ih.. all ..redlses.al..e. .
Resolve : ,. 4 (
10'ho.I. Hotl *
:' %.Grow--- children on (f'hrlntm morning will "mith if alive'and: If dead to hi. unknown .n".r.1I per on. claiming any and all pPsofls hatiea5t05

(. recognize his work u. a masfen>lece If "*.irs ....vl...*. I....... and "..n_. and .ompl.ln.nl* him 'In and to those ..""InpleceT .,'., .againat du.tribIees the "'ate .f S J PreSs' .

I be only remembers two rule : First, .to nit all In persona the following having de or enbd claiming" .landa.brtlntt .any. Inter- .. aeribed.parcel either or trait heirs.of ..hand'...hereinafter grsntaesetherala. '0.....dlli. are 5otbetltfr5ted hereby required' to lo the'..nl., the.

tbe tree' the thing : It must be treated. I... Haney.T... (yesil.sCe unknown is, of B.o..r" ouet5. PI.rt" withisrear.
Jif ,. .hereby mulredr be told in
You and sash you a all per.ons .1.lmln. notiCe alP
a.I a unit and every bit of dernrntlon be and appear before the Jab,. of the Mrlult 1. .mI.ln.nU' .'ad'..I In .nd t.. those certain ,Dn. And. er all,tsrs.'fls .iiIehisd w isi'I .

'L Bank of Sfarke must further the total effect Second loon of the fclvhth Judicial' Circuit ofthe .n. parcels nr'. .r land hereinafter ,th. required to l'ay Ihete sahI debts fertk'lx
AIsle of Florida In and for Hradford sleelsaca. grantms or : .l. umJrstsfnCd. ..
don't overload It ; If It I* Bot smothered either .bel. the a"'nl..I.
County. ....rI.... on she. ISth day of In.. soS all persons known or unkn'lea 215th d.. of 0".
with trimming the n- lUelf 1 I la ho.... In alil : 10 and Ti. th DIIYDE2f.
\. I>. I.S4. at she court .n"'I' ... interest or nt.eesta t. MRS aLlt""a'rl .. ..
the very best part of the decoration. In the Iowa of Hlarke, Florida to '.In.r... Ieserbe'i land and o. situate an. ha ,v.10.t12.U

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tatlon as a "hot-air artist lie hasn't Remained Cook WHY FRORIDA ATTRACTS Read In order that you may know

Bradford County Telegraph the common sense of Bob Green, and as I PRACTICAL PEOPLE more, be more, do more; books will ,

\ -- ..:= i .h das more genunie Democracy under and Her New Year help accomplish these things. 666

l'I I the nail of his big toe than Otis There is abundant evidence for say- -Pennlman.Olericulturists
tr! r Published weekly and entered as Wingo has in his whole heart, and ng that Florida attracts large numbers Is a prescription for

second class matter, at the post mind.It Artist i' of practical people. The tempa- of the Illinois College -I COLDS. GRIPPE, FLU DENGUE. ''
Culinary Agreed to
Florida tion that Florida attracts : of Agriculture have found that
office at Starke, is simply the policy of Congressto was to say

-=_.-- :', ''''' -: .--- -.= '" sit down on new members and Stay, but Added "Mr. 'big" men. It does. Bat it must be selling apples by the pound-decreases It kills the germs.NEW .

e. .. HATTU.W.O..w. an ar.ii like Wingo is usually chosen to to Her Name. l understood that "big," in this instance consumption of this food products. .-.
e 57 57 57 57 e 7 57 57
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I. C: BOBINSON_________M..selaa HIM. administer rebukes. (does not mean only men of 'great oI8!! '
Wealth. The word indicates men of Miss Bertha Henry, home demonstration -
Smithwick, Drane and Sears should By MARION R. REAQAT* of agent in Okaloosa county A
moderate means, possessed
PUBLISHED EVERY!: FRIDAY have warned "Bob" Green of the
It. MALLOTIN Will of Florida has found chodolate! drops
ideas good
and knowledge
:practical ,
and of the
and the
trap, I :- finishing his morn ;judgement. It may mean even those made by rolling divinity into balls and YEAR
break into
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Wingoes, and jingoes, lag meal with the :who only are "big" in energy and enterprise coating them with chocolate melted

{ 1 Per YwS3T& _.... .. .-...... $1.50i Congress. Green's effort should not sense of satUfao although possessors of very over hot water is easier than using OPPORTUNITYWANTEDManagers
But I tiou that belong ,;1 ttle m 1 i Months _________________ 750 be "wasted on the desert air," regardless only to thorn men it: the sense here intended. These are for Mia si4
West Palm Beach real
estate office
__ ---- of where he got it. Ninety percent I who have a palate the men; to whom Florida makes the Lake City was host to every club which not in full *
are cperaton and
i of his fellow-members get their that knows good strongest! sort of appeal, is making it 'boy and girl in Columbia County on making money. Mut be producers
.ideas and eloquence in the same way. food and the digestive The
I now and will continivk.' 3o to do us longas December 19 at a Christmas tree. 34 Florida branch offices. Free
The Telegraph can not give space toIII process. to appreciate It, when there is qpportunity and room in I business men of Lake City gave the Also field mo-
of Congressman Green's "flight" the dining room door opened Mrs its one manager to visit our
Florida: for men of wealth and, also, tree, and pledged funds for supportto tor from
I: bin! hurkon to the following, ye Floridian i Bell, who had been his cook for some for men of ability and energy to op Mrs. :Mary S. Shook, the county trips : every point Floridato

-'and realize that Florida has one I Ii fifteen years, stood In the doorway ,erate. I home demonstration agent Davenport, Polk county.

i ""lCrl!,, man ready to fight even ifI| fidgeting nervously with her apron, In the sixteen page Florida section | Begin work January 1. Splendid opportunity .
it doe" violence to the customs of a i! "Mr. Mallotln" she began timidly, I to connect with substantial
which! the New Sun issued lust Sat- Sarasota-315-acre tract on Long
4 hunch of arrogant cusses, who find "I've come to give you a month's no paying organization, liberal com.
urday number of "big" told why| I
a men Boat Key purchased by Chicago n- missions references
humiliation of new mem- I tice. After the first I any bank ,.n
'i'n in a of the year Flflrica( attracted their attnetion and I vestors, for $2,047,500.FOR I Florida.
ber. I I think you'll have to be looking for Small investment required
their the number being -
No. 4934 In part-and very small part, Con- I i another rook." August Heckscher, who RENT Furnished 5 I This may be the opportunity formaking
some years I house! ,
I /grcssman\ : ago began making extensive invest rooms, $30 per month. Inquire of life.
r Association) "I know that of old when Ceclia and I;I "You're going to leave What's the ments in Florida-because the Florida A. S. Crews. i

:{ Seraphs were fascinated and men I matter-aren't you satisfied with your appeal reached him earlier) than it did I' I WRITE OR WIRE

f"it l Science givex. us artificul rain andynvtheliual. were enraptured; I know Timothus I I wages I was just thinking the other many others. Mr. Hecksclier[ has given FOR SALE-One 1924 model Ford LOUIS W. WALTRIgr.!: .

a with magic strain led rocks, trees, and I I day of raising your sulnry. Is there the Sun various reasons for his touring car, in good conditoin. Has

-0- beast to follow him; I know that the i I anything belief in Florida. lie nays that the not been driven a great deal. No Branch Offices
... 1- I There are no statutes of men who notes of Orpheus entranced men and I I I "Oh, no, air, It's nothing like that. "advantages cff Floridathat I long trips. Will sell/ cheap; $75:00: Holly Hill Grovf & Fruit Company,

: % t felt sorry for themselves enthralled the underworld and caused i I It's Just that-" thut I'm going to be "have been recognized!\ in the pant," cash, balance easy payments. E. W. I DAVENPORT!: FLORIDA

_o- the gods: to gaze thereon with envy, j i I married again. 'arc: I Hayes, Starke. It. :
: S Much that pusses for philosophy Is'I' and I know that David drew from his i Mnllntln, fifty-seven, was a tactlessbachelor Climate first, wmch ir.cludes an ,
I I "At your age I" be exclaimed: )
,1 t I no more than a gooddigestion.A harp a chord which swept the gloom 'I abundant rainfall well distributed and I '

: f -0-- from the brow of Saul and flooded )I I Mrs. Hell drew herself un IndlJuantly.I- the vast and constant reservoir of wa- .t-- -,.-.-.----.-.-_'____.________._"'
'I' pipe is reully cheaper, and is, Israel's palaces with music and laulth-I "I'm forty.nlx, :Sir. Mallotln, but I ter in the lakes, some of them of enor-I t
should think of
don't, ter but if all these | one your age would!
if ,
much to be preferred you were consider It young" mous size, that dot a good two-thirds j I I A
i mind solitude. single rhapsody too great for the handp p of the peninsula. Fertility of the soil I

9,'1t ---0- of mortal man that it would not equal i j ji next; almost anything will grow and I

t a A woman's declining years comet i the majesty and the spendor of the ripen in Florida. Thirdly, thousands I To our Friends and Patrons-

,. i before the age of 30. After that she Old Suwannee River played on the of miles of fine beaches on the At-I

U glad to accept. ukelelo anl hummed by the bright- lantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico ]' ...
't' I'eyed Florida maids underneath the ...! .
-- many bays, many harbors and fertile "
.,... Wisdom is merely tho reaction that; sweet magnolia trees, with the soothing I islands. The most marvelous fishing, There are days for ending nerchan.

/ follows contemplation of, receipted i odor gushing forth in a blazing yachting/ and mntorboatlng on lake I dice )

J bills.a November moonlight river and ocean under summer skies. | And days to send a* bijl.,

#i''! _0-_ "I would tell you more of the magic ; The soil, the climate, the ocean front- But this one day of all the year
Every normal youngster passes charms of Florida if time permitted. age, the lakes stocked with fish, the

: I'I through an age when it seems that But this is a serious matter, to be great phosphate beds in the interiorof We send you Just-

.13 ; the cross old world can't understand. panned upon by serious minds. When the peninsua have been largely' neglected / -I "Good WilL"

-0- your citizenship are bent with years until the hand of man by inten-

}1 \6t' Thee meek shall inherit the earth. and desire a new lease of life, they sive development, the exploiting of Yes, its Christmas time again-

.t>! Hilt there won't be much fun in a pledge their fortunes and head their harbiiks, the building of good roads, and we want to take this opportunity

I world peopled exclusively by henpecked minds and intentions southward, and I the omnipresent automobile, the plant- of wishing you the compliments of p

: ', husbands. Florida I is their destination; and peo- i ing of some of the soil' and the keen the season-A !Merry, !Merry Christmas -

J -0y ple are sounding! their warning notes I .. longing for rest and recreation have and a Happy New Year.

ii The problem of the son and daughter from the States where the snow lies brought an entire naticm to the threshold We've appreciated the business sent

.' I who go out every evening 'Isn't deep, complaining that your citizenry of this promised land.Is our way during 1925-we have tried I

i'. I, much more distressing than the same have taken their wealth and gone to 'Why, You're Old Enough to Be His' it any wonder that August Heck. mighty hard to please you-and we p

m kind of furnace. my State and are living there in peace Mother." ,scher has Investd! hundreds of thou- hope to number you as a friend in the
and happiness and splendor, and will sands dollars to p
r "r'0 in Florida land and years ome.
"A under
/If man sixty very "
r welcome
there to visit them. Be
\ ," These statutes to Christopher Co- careful when you young," S I,
: lumbus in various parts of the country which will you enact legislationhere nlty. "May I ask who the fortunate ;faith in this state, and that his son is your good will in the past, and the

t commemorate a prominent foreigner jeopardize their for- gentleman Is?" following in his footsteps 1 Not at all. best of (wishes for your prosperity, I
tunes. You know
have abandoned
1 ;; a who didn't come over here to lecture. their homes they Mrs. Bell hesitated a minute. "Ar Florida climate and soil made their health and happiness in 1926. I
and Invested inFlorida.'Tampa
...,. \ thur forage, In Pack's grocery," she first appeal to Mr. Heckscher. The
a THINGS Telegraph Dec. 19.
IT MAKES ALL NEW .. answered. 'other sources of appeal, as indicatedby Sincerely yours (
r "That young chap" asked Mallo- him in the Sun, are secondary, but I
While it seems. imposuible to NEW CAR, GREEN; I
> sayanything tin. "Why, you're old enough to be 'none the less strong. t
1 neon the subject of Christ- DRIVER. TROUBLEA !: his mother." Other "big" men, like Mr. Jlechscher

I I. mas celebration, the miracle of the 1 "Mr. T Jacob Ruppert, George E. Merrick.
Nash sedan filled Mallotln mine In here this ; HULL'S STOREAnd
new with colored
ih season is that the custom of nearly evening to say I was leaving after |W.\ Young, Barron Collier, John McE.

1 2,000( years makes practically all ville women delegates :from Jackson-I January 1st-not to be Insulted." Bowman, amc'+ig the, testify throughthe
to the annual
things: new. The aged, become young. meeting With that MI"! Roll! slammed, the dinIng Sun, of the grip that Florida has
f again through their rejoicing in t'.ie: ciety in Gainesville, met with grief them. These all
room door and disappeared leavIng 'on are outstanding I the Force
.' delights of the grand-children with Wednesday afternoon on its return I '
her employer In a state of com- men whose great wealth has
1} the things that once made their own trip to the metropolis. From what plete bewilderment. 'been amassed in various business en. I
could be learned the had been I
eyes open wide in wonder-memories car It was not long however, that the 'terpriaes. Their good judgment has
/ of their own childhood also. come backto presented to .the fast grand dame of excellent: brain of Mr Mallotln remaIned 'enabled them to succeed. It is likely
them.It lodge and it was her first attempt -
that their .
of muddled. He simply had to judgment concerning Florida
is not simply a just that aIt driving. Crossing Call street i Ii faulty? Not all. Their .
papa find a way of retaining !Mrs Bell. : at judment - e
-1 so likes to for some reason she applied the brakes I 1575' ne r e r e e e e r c nnnea4'j 5i .,
piny- even though he may There was not another cook In all with reference to Florida is just as
t say it is Just to test thi>m-with the with sufficient force to stall the car. New York who could
toys be buys for the youngsters. Thus, On getting under way again, and with her. He must have her. With i reference to their other business enterprises t a

I while the hol'duy' la particularly a festival while still moving in low gear, the determination In his eyes he left the and, to them, Florida offers'j n

d I' for the children, emphasizing Nash smashed into the rear of a Ford house and started off In the direction''

the story of the Babe in the !Manger belonging to A. E Dunham, rector of I of Pack's grocery Iy appreciate, as is evidenced 'by the [-

I it also has for the ciders its pleasuresand the Episcopal church, parked along. Arthur forage a young man about i millions of dollars they have invested
the wider significance! [ of that side the curb. The force of the collision | twenty-six was arranging cans on the :in this state. [

;; l -,. world-inspiring. event in Bethlehem wheel threw and. frame Mr. Dunham of the against the counter Mallotln drew him off( to a I It is worth nothing that where sue* [ Mera llwbt
car, bruising '
-- him about the head I corner of the store, and the two cessful' business men cast their lots [
AN ARKANSAS "JAYHAWKER"The talked together quietly for over an
the for
Opportunities profitable invest [
: lIe was taken to the office of Dr.
.., Parks where he given hour. Finally Mallotln pulled out his ment are best; also, that there are [
+,:: >, second Congressional Dsitirct The Nash came with treutment.1 checkbook, scribbled: something on It those with less of money may find ( better Xm s G
l Florida "Bob" and handed a narrow slip of white their If will [
sent Green to Congress. bumper and bent fender while the opportunities they use .
r ,
1,) \ They became weary of Frank Clark Ford hud to be towed to the Ford Garage paper to the eager Ilorage who held good judgment and wise caution. Evento I [ "
\ "I"t their brilliant representative for IS for No I It out to read the amount more care those. who have nothing to invest [ PilsentcoIItd "
repairs. charge was r
pre- ?
fully. Mallotln left the store a happY'maD. [ ,
years, who when he arose in the House fered by Dr. )Dunham and the delegates but their skill and, experience, Florida
I of Representatives, commanded atten were ullowed to on their He had never spent two bun-' makes appeal. The state needs labor [ M1
way dred dollar so welL : [ f,
I tion. after paying tho damage done and. n It had been even more than it needs money. The
"Bob" Green was just a plain, fine for reckless driving. just s he had sns- latter is assured, because the Florida [ q u. e than

"cracker boy." He was good looking, pected. Young forage was marrying> attractions. are irresistible. Having I

he,was excellent hand-shaker. The woo :Mr. and !Mrs Paul Baisden, of Jacksonville Mrs. Hen entirely for the sake of the and getting the money, Florida now GW

men all liked him too. spent .several days 9f this, money she had saved. She was to j and always needs builders, men whose I C
People generally like an ambitious week in Starke with relatives. have started him In business. MalloMn' I work is needed on the farms and in the f an tW
other of two
hundred dollars
} boy) There were thousand that admired cities: and towns of this state. For all ,
the nerve of Fred De Berry when J. W. Andrews the Ford dealer, received looked so good to him. however, that i( who are worthy the rewards are am- [
he was willing to forego his wife [ ipY
S he wanted to be Second Assistant another shipment) of Fords this, and ple -Florida Times-Union. this Bank?
her take the two [
dowry, hundred and
Post Master General. Congressman week for Christnmt delivery. e
make off to Cleveland as Mallotln
however made the fatal error so many I (rC s
had specified. "Now, to flz It with rC
_.. new members make. Only in his seat News item for publication should [C '
a few days he had an attack of furor be phoned or,handed to the office bo. Mrs. Bell. said Mullotln. This he J [C "My: success started the day I made '. ''

loquendi. lie had a speech in his fore Thursday noon of each week to>> thought would bt quite simple.pins Mm. [C my first deposit at the bank and received -
I Bell would be grateful to for saving -
l explosion system, and would it had result.to come Hut out, or an insure publication.. Call 29. her from such a foolish step and [[C C this little book. It wasn't long I ,

congress would willingly agree& to continue: In C until I was ready to hear and fitted ;
i j does not tolerate speeches from new Morgan Darby, of Fort Myers, spent 'his service. And he
was knocked.-An.t-
up C when, she :
i members. short while in Starke opportunity
a Wednesday {
to a certain point. Mrs. Bell was will. C
1' Congressmen with relatives.Mr. I have learned that opportunity knocks
Baby are supposed to I
lag to give up her erstwhile suitor [
\ keep quiet, during their first session, with only a little regret lint most | pie thoughtful little gift and sueprices often for the fellow with money in ,
but not with "Bob" Green and !Mrs. Im-I "that Christmas should be
rp. so because! Robert Daniel, and I portent of all to :Mnllntln,, was for the bank" '
f r l? I "Bob" la a precocious political kl 1.o 1.ti I. .on, Russell of Sarasota, will spend willing to stay on In his service. | every" one. No one I Is too old to enjoy [

lie reared and snorted. He was de- the week-end In Rtarko with !Mrs. I I "You I It. "

4 I1 1 feting Florida from "death-taxes." Daniel's mother, !Mrs. Josephine here :Mr.see Mallotln, get: Fm rather tired lonesome of this i And bow proudly they said to their The above Is but one of the many testimonials "

Ilia mission was good, and his speechwas wnrds.Mr friends as they met after church: we might tell you about. Tht.lelloW' *
dreary Jlte, and even' If I don't marry C
euquent--his heart honest "You must come In and see oar prevent
fJ'1 Arthur forage there are other menI C point the way to ease-of-mind
"Bob" Green ia : and :Mrs. .. *. We got lovely things last
I not an educatedman A. S. Crews are expect to get married." C comfort and a later life of plenty If
but somehow he had caputredsome ing the holidays In Madison with !\ what we wanted I"C
Mr. Vallotla
< then became a little .....
(& )ere w. NtwiptMrUnloa.) you will follow his suggestion. Wepay
classics and made the Halls of Crews'
brother Judge J. R. Kelly'I: M&tlmeDtal himself He laid his hand C
with and 4 cent interest on saving accounts -
I Congress ring golden words. He family. tenderly on Sirs. Bell's shoulder. Christmas WisdomA C per
put it over. The other Congressmenpplauded I certificates of deposit
P Look! here, Mrs. Bell did It everocesr foolish 1 or
man one who doean'tnow
:.t in belief that :Mr. De Bevoise '
he was a of Jacksonville,
to what
you a lonely life I lead what hi* wife wants, so he
prodigy. But when it was all over, was a visitor to Starke Tuesday and I here? Did yon ever think how much and r:
toe get It-probably clothes
.l' Otis Wingo! an Arkansas Congressman Wl'dnt'.dRYIr.. De Bevol.se is the a C
, j I more life might mesa to me If t bad a wringer.A. J
and a "Smart-Alex" who claimsto ) owner of the former Card propertyIn I
fine wife-like-well like jronnwlt. to
wise know his wife
I' bo a Democrat,, without knowing the rasten! part of town. This | look after merlira need G
pair of arctic: bat bit wit enough to J Bradford County Bank
the meaning of true Democracy arose, tract has been cut up into lots and i Bell turned to him aDd smiled. buy her double-decker Jade ntngit I G

a And administered a severe rebuke to contract let for Improving the streets. "Well. HI stay on then-after Jan Martha Banning Thomas r.) I

Congressman Green. I nary 1st! -but we'll begin<< the New C) Bradford County' Financial ,
Wingo haa been io congress for 14 Daytona-Bill West who fell nearly I Year as Mr. and II'I. Mallotln. Mistletoe [;J Stronghold.

i ;years, hence he thinks it audacious: 2,000 feet from an aeroplane here | w. notf shall (}J

1 I for a new memher to talk., He's 8 jayhawker when the parachute failed to open' We shall was MtlloUn1 Mlittotee, when not suspended 1* r.. !J:JJ JJ J

who was a country schoolteacher and lived to tell the tale, has defied and emphatic response' gerded! by the uperstlttous as a harbinger !}J

j -l where he had won the "Puj'r Heath again. (A. ISM wwiia "' ....".*_RN.a/ of bad lack.-London Tit-Bit SZSZSZ1Z25ZS2S' \

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