Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 3, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Volume ID: VID04575
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Henry C. Surrency Killed by Train at Hampton, Dm. S.-Mr. and Mrs E Onsen Derided in (heir "'a\or' In County
For many year it has been the custom I'lant City Wednesday I' C. Williams have returned from Lake Judge'; Court
in Starke to have a union Thanks. The Telegraph invites little boys and girls Jo write letters to Butler, where they had been visiting

giving service, and this year the exercises Thursday morning the sad news C. Santa Claus and we will print dhem if sent to us during the follow-' relatives and friends for the past two Another batch of damage suits :
Starke that Henry weeks
at the Methodist church were was eproud !in against the railroads were tried in
unusually instructive and beautiful.An Surrency, well known and beloved by ing weeks. Santa is an old gentleman, and he is so burdened with Rev. N. T. King \left Monday for I the county judge' court Monday. And -
appreciative congregation thoroughly all, had been killed by a train at Plant Alachua county where he will spend i in all but one the defendants came out
clothes that it is hard for him find his therefore write
enjoyed the fine music, excel City the day before. The few partic- to specs, plainly the remainder of the week. on top. They arc still wondering how

lent sermon by Rev. B. D. Law, of the ulars about the accident that we have with soft pencil, and on only one side of the paper. The plainer J.V.. Ninimo, of Clearwater, it happelled.I .
Baptist church, and other Interesting i been able to gather are to the effect spent Thanksgiving with relativesand ,| E. Parrinh vs Seaboard Air Line
features. A beautiful and helpful part that Mr. Surrency, who: now lives, at I the letters are written, the more likely they ate to bring the gifts asked friends, returning to Clearwater railway, damageen flO!). Dismissed

of the service was the repeated rendi. : Plant City, had been to the railway for. Sunday. I.I upon motion by plaintiff. -
tion of the sacred cantata "The Landing yards, to watch the switching of cars. Miss Eva Williams was attending'' I E.: Parrish vs Seaboard Air Line

of the Pilgrims," by Felicia Ha- As he was following the movements ofa to business in Starke Saturday.E. I railway, damages $!91.! Tried by jury +

mans, which had been the feature of switch engine, he stepped onto the r D.I Smith and daughter, Mist I )Defendant found not guilty and plain

the church-military celcbratlon'on main track just as a train was coming CONDITIONS THEFARMERS Rachel, of Fjtbius, Ala., who have been tiir to pay costa

Armistice Day. "America, the Beau in from Bartow. The engine i stopping at the Mouser Hotel for several G. W. listen vs director general of

tiful" and Gounod's "Praise Ye the knocked him down) killing him instantly months, left Saturday for their railroads, damages $100. Jury found i

Father," also a selected solo by Mrs. and the body was considerably home. defendant not guilty and plaintiff to

Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, were mangled.The Mrs; W. B. Alexander and daughter, pay costa!
very acceptably rendered at suitable remains arrived in Starke on FACE Miss Wilma have returned from JackHonville (!l. W, listen vs director general of 'w

pauses in the program, which was as the 4:55: morning train Thursday, accompanied where they attended the fair railroad. damages ''.19. Jury found I I.

follows: by L. F. Surrency, a son find also heard Billy Sunday preach. for plaintiff and awarded damages of 1f

Thanksgiving Story-Rev. B. D. of the deceased, Jesse Forsyth and Sam J. White and family returned $25 for the killing of a belfer.D. .

others. They were later put on the TO BE PROBED from Alachua Wednesday, after a E. Knight Esq., was attorney

Law.Hymn, Come Thou Almighty King. Wannee branch 'train for Brooker, the visit with !Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. for the plaintiffs and E. M. Johns,
Psalm of praise read by Rev. A. E. former home of the deceased, to be r-.,..i,..?. Esq., represented the defendants

Dunham, of the Episcopal church interred with Masonic honors. -- A. A. Durden has been transacting .

Anthem, Praise Ye the Father Mr. Surrency was one of the oldest Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 1.-Governors I business in Jacksonville
Mesdames E. M. Johns, J. E. Futch, citizens of the county, a Confederate and governors-elect representingmore \'p 4 . 4' 4. 'I 4'. t' f' Mrs. W. U. Alexander and Mrs. I. PASTE THIS IN YOUtt'lIATTho

A. Z. Adkins, E. K. Perrymann, D. E. veteran and a man well known and than half the states of the union ?> H. Hunter motored to Waldo recently -
Knight, Jack Briggs, A. E. Wall, Miss liked by all. His death is much regretted voted at their annual conference W. T. Saxon and family attended following changes in the time
Doris Law, Messrs. B. I). Law, John and the sympathy of the entire !, here today to begin an inquiry into <* TWO DOLLARS A YEAH the carnival in Starke' Thanksgiving of arrival of Seaboard) passenger

Powell and Wilbur Scott Mrs. De- county goes out to the bereaved what was variously called the "acute" ;> ______ 4 Misses I Eva Williams, Ethel Hunt, trains took place at 12:01: Sunday

Witt C. Jones, accompanist. relatives. I I "alarminc" and "trairic" situation facing <*> The publisher of the Telegraph Byre: Mullady and Mrs.K.; Harper j morning. The new schedule differs
Reading, President Wilson's Proclamation -- farmers of the- country, with a t 'were among those attending the fair I(I very little from the lost.Southbound. '' I',
and Thanksgiving Quota WORKERS AGAINST! TUBERCULOSIS view to recommending federal legislation finds it necessary to *; in Jacksonville i

tions from Billy Sunday-Rev. J. C. to assist them. : advance the subscription *' Mrs. M. I.. Watterson, Mrs J. W. No. 1 arrives at 12:09: a. m.No. .

Diggs. As a first step toward carrying; out *. price to $2 per year, begin->* IVdenbaugh nude Miss Emma Hicks S at 11:37 a. m. .
Cantata, Landing of the Pilgrims With the school children, the Modern their plan, which was suggested by f nine January 1, 1921. We'* were the recent guests of !Mrs. W. E. No. 21, Cedar Key twiin, at 4:58: p.
By Choir. Health Crusaders, the Women's Baker of No. 16, Limited, at 2:17: p. m.
Gov. L. Brooklyn.
W Harding, of Iowa, the '
have held out
Hymn, America-By Congregation Clubs, the medical societies, the social conference appointed a committee against !Miss Heiberger: of Brooklyn, wn" Northbound
and Choir. agencies, public health agencies, consisting of Govs. Harding, Bick- advancing price of paper transacting business hero Friday. No. 2 arrives 4:6/: /) n. m.

An offering for the poor of the prominent business and professional c'tt, of North Carolina, Holcombe, of " with the hope that there J. F. Houner was in Starke on business No. 4 at 4:00: ( p. m.

town. men, church people, the Salvation Connecticut, Parker of Louisiana, and would be a decline but there Monday No. 20, Cedar Key train 9:62: a. m.
Solo, Selected-Mrs. Jack Briggs. Army, all lined up in active supportof Goodrich of Indiana, to make a preliminary Mrs. Lillian Geiger was shopping No. 1(>, Limited, arrives 6:55:/ p. m.
to <
Sermon, Text, All things work together the work of the Tuberculosis Association survey and report back be- seems be no relief in In Starke Tuesday. Wanner Branch

for good to them who love the it is expected that all records fore the conclusion of the
Lord-Rev. B. D. Law. in sales of Christmas seals will After that it Is conterence.1 *' that.paper never will be as professional visitor to Hampton Mon Arirves at 8:15: p. m. tf

Song, America the Beautiful be broken. the committee to Washington to urge 2' cheap again as it was before *
day.The '
Choir. i For those who wish to-make large: legislation before congress which convenes the war. .*. services at the Christian COMMITTEES Jolt SALE OF THE .j
Benediction-Rev. L. W. Kickliter. contributions, and who could use on- this month. church this week arc bring well attended CHRISTMAS .SEALSAs :
ly a few dollars worth of stamps, The > Up until about four years:! A't and much interest -manif.tlt.. "
of the
state executives
U/D. there are health bonds! for sale; bonds ago we bought print paper ed. County Chairman for Bradford
C. MEETS WITH MRS. WALL which in said to be without parallelin "
which will insure improvement in. individual the history of American government at 2 1-2 cents a pound. A Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was" a professional County, Mrs. F. A. Scott hall been

Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock interest and community, with is for the organization of governors shipment just received cost visitor to Hampton Tues appointed by the Florida Tuberculosis

the local chapter U. D. C., was entertained Commander coupons Evangeline Booth of to suggest to congress and actively us 10, 1-4 cents a pound. day. Association Their object Is to sell I
by Mrs. W. L. Wall, in her advocate passage of legislation! It. L. Crews and family, who have the double barred Christmas seals,
the Salvation Army has issued instructions This to to be *
seems us a
'been and the ,
spending several raised
usual hospitable manner. necessary to refund the debts of farm. works in Tam thereby will
to all] officers, stair members ers who sufficient explanation of the pa, returned,) to their home here Sun be uHcd in the eradication of tubercu
The are pinched by
president Mrs Luther G. Pow. falling markets
cadets and other workers in the <*' I
with., increase in our subscription loafs Mrs. Scott has appointed the
ell, presided graciously over the Salvation from heavy stocks of surplus day.J.
Army the Atlantic to
meeting and Mrs. L. A. Davis, the the Pacific, numbering between 30,000 products on hand, so as to give: thema price. V. Jones wan transacting busl- following chairmen/ of committees for

newly elected secretary, dischargedthe ; and 40,000 men and women, to participate year or more in which to recoup <*'' During the month of December '*' nest in Starke Saturday, the county:
duties of her office. After roll definitely in the Christmas Seal losses and faith for a strengthening i *!. subscribers will be M. L. Watterson started) to Sturke Lake Butler: Woman's Club, Mrs. '.
call and reading the minutes of previous Sale. market. It is proposed to do this : 4. Monday to trade He had heard of the A. C. Strickland, president. Special ';
allowed to *! Ii\\
extension pay one year good bargains Farmer Drown sale chairman Mrs. II. N. Stanton.
meeting, considerable businesswas through or adaption of the was
Buy Christmas seals :
transacted. Arrangements were chairman from your local federal reserve system.A in advance at the old rate of getting up there. When he got to the Hampton: Mrs. A. A. Durden.lUiford .
and in this
made for sending: a Christmas box to : work of stamping out the white great second proposal also scheduled $1.50 per year. This applies Prevail branch, his car bogged" and : Mrs. H. W. Raiford, assisted t

the veterans of the Old Soldiers Homein plague of tuberculosis. to receive consideration by the committee '*. to subscribers whose time while quite a ways from' town he by Mrs. D. R. Handley oi;
was not lonely as nix. other unfortunate Starke: Mrs. E.; M. Johns, attainted
Jacksonville. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, is another by Gov. Harding expires at time during
Mrs. L. any cars were parked near tho by Mrs. A. W. Anderson.Iawtey ".
A. Davis and Mrs. O. L. TELEGRAI'II'S HONOR ROLL that a foreign trade corporation be ';;
< the coming year. Payment name place. He returned to : Mrs J. T. Moors
Haynes were appointed a committeeto formed to finance purchases of Amer. Hampton "M.
arrange the packages and ship the Names. of Those Who I'aid Subwcrip- Iran farm products by foreign countries for only one year in advance very much disappointed. He nays he Ilrooker: Mrs. John Shrlver. )

box. {ion During November unable, through; present lack of will be received at likes cheap hardware stores, cheap Graham: Mrs. DrirfcV Roberts.

\ The chapter historian, Miss Amelia -- funds, to come into the American the. old rate. can and cheap roads, but he don't Providence: Mrs. J, J. Hiulling..

Ray, gave a summary of the general L. A. Brown, R. M. Alvarez, H. L. market : 41 4, like cheap .mud holes. Bradford county will work in concert ..

'1 convention, which was held in Asheville Lewis, A. E. Beasley, J. H. Cason, J. Acting( on Gov. Harding's The Hampton W. M. U. will hold] with organizations, committee
suggestion 4'4'4'ai4'a4'I)4AJZ
> t v'r 4HA their and
I the past month. Florida had six Vernon Jones, T. L. Rowe, W. F. Har- Gov. Bickett introduced a resolution annual bazaar today, with oysters all over the United ,
'/ [ delegates present and made a splen- nagc, R. A. Andrews, W. L. Clark, providing for appointment of and a general supper. Doors States, from November 26th, to D.- tt

.{. did showing. The next general; convention R. F. Demorest, J. B. Florrid, B. G. the committee to act under instructions I'TIST will open promptly at 2 p. m. and supper camber 25th, and every Deal sold Is "
: will be held in St. Louis. Dyal, W. W. Fouts, Geo. Weimann, of the conference and take the nerved from 6 to 6:30: p. m. step on the road to success in not only -
'+ During the social half hour Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, Brady Thomas, C. L. 'propositions with direct. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Sam J. White, former State Evangelist stamping out tuberculosis, the
Wall, assisted by her sister, Mrs. J. Triest, M. M. Dennison, P. J. J. Kerce : This motion up received congress Preaching[ 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. of Florida for eight years, i Is dreaded white plague, but in all communities -
a second and
I M. Erownleee, served a tempting sal- Joe S. Griffis A. Lb Alvarez, E. T. was about to be voted upon when it : .11. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30p. : now in a revival here and five made- it will \tend to make healthIer -. / {-

lad course consisting of hot chocolateand Stewart, P. L. Thomas, S. J. Keith, was objected that the constitution of m.Midweek confession last night. Splendid crowds safer places to live.
{ whipped Lawtey State Bank I. engagements, 1st service, are in attendance at each service -1 -+
cream, chicken salad, L. Ogden, J. P. the governors' conference forbade I
saltines, pickles and sandwiches, and Padgett, C. C. Johns, C. Niles, M. Z. formal resolutions or action of the 7:30, Wednesday. This is the first visit Evangelist LIVERY BARN TORN DOWN
|the favor on each plate was a yellow Sullivan, W. R. Canova, H. L. Brown- sort. At this, Gov. Sproul of Pennsylvania The state convention for Florida White has made to this state In nine -
hrysanthemum.The lee, G. C. Driggers, F. II. Douglass, I Baptists meets this year at Kisslmimee years and everyone is delighted to The livery barn west of the court
regular business meeting will Jr., T. E. Murrhee, S. W. Baylor, W. formal action pointed out that no such December 6-9. The first day have hinj hold the .meeting. Mr. White house, owned by J. W. Andrews & I

'be held on the first Wednesday In E. Jones, Mrs. J. R. Richard, Roger the call of Gov.was Bamberger necessary of, and Utah at j I is for the laymen. This being the lived four years in Savannah Ga., and Son, has been torn down by D. D. ( '

January at the home of Mrs. J. M. Wells, II. F. Redding, P. S. Smith, who presided, a vote was taken the, I first Baptist laymen rally it is im- five years in Mississippi. Ho expects Woodard, contractor, and the lumber
on I
Uvarez. E. L. Prescott, J. II. Williams, S. suggestion pcrative that this church have a manor to go from here to Clarendon, Texason will be removed. '_
to appoint the
Griffls, Mrs R. M. Prevatt. F. M. Witt informally. Approbation committee j I two there to represent tho fact Dec 6th and take charge of the The !barn was built years ago by /J'

DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT Julian Tyre, H. W. Weeks, E. J. Cunningham was overwhelming.One ( .of the. covcrnors I' t.hfltwo are interested- in rflitrinn.- -- .-... n i In, First Christian church as pastor Ev.: Igciu & Henderson( of Eutitis: who .r i

Ii'' R. M. Johnson, Mrs. Chas. voice, that of Gov. Edwards of progress and in real work.IJLANCHAKD erybody invited to the meeting this had a branch here for the Hale of hor. ,i

Mrs. Sarah Lucretia Varnes, wife Dinkins, L. L. Leach, J. M, Dubose, New Jersey, was raised in objection. I I D. LAW, week, the meeting running until Sun sea and vehicles. !Later It wan dis ;'.
\ f Jacob Varnes, of Johnstown, A. G. Brown O. Prescott, II, D. Mott, The eastern executive who Is banker Pastor. day night. There are beautiful pic C'mt.lnuf'rIInd\ the structure and lot
bed I' pass- N. W. Littlefield, C. O. Carroll R. P. a -. : tures every night beginning at sever bought by J. W. Andrews & Son The '
away on paid he
t I" Saturday last and was thought federal legislationsuch the visitor by the Harrisburg Chamber
" Messrs.
.J::1''uncd at the Varnes cemetery be- Lewis J, D. Goodman, R. M. Cason, as is contemplated by his col l. of Commerce.Gov. o'clock and lasting fifteen minutes Andrews lined it for years for
;ween Johnstown and Lake Butler on J. R. Townsend, Wm. Reddish, Dr. A. leagues would be "economically Robertson told of huge The meetings are enjoyed by everyone their large stock and vehicle business,
J. Boss, A. L. Driggers supplies who hears and those who mist but for the pant two years it has fol.ten

. t,unday afternoon. !Mrs. Varnes was A. L. Roberts wrong. Conditions should be left to ofgrains and foodstuffs well a service
arried in Lake Butler to the huefan Mm. S. E. Jones, J. E. Cone, J. adjust themselves, he declared. I as cotton, which he said have crowded are missing something that will ] Into misuse. Humphrey & Andrews
, F. Dyoss, G. A. benefit and uplift life. bought the roof of it some time
d who survives her more than fifty Epperson, I). I. Blume Apprehension regarding agricultural warehouses in the Southwest follow every
.tears ago and during all that time Sam Summers, J. C. Prevatt, W. A. and industrial conditions throughout ing bumper which could be Memorial linen In .memory of Mr. ago to use the material on building '*>
'as been a residnt of Bradford coun- Werts, Nat Williams, H. A. Prescott, the country characterized: most of moved from crops their points of not originwhen :I Wiley Jones, who departed this life at their Whitehouse still, and then .1 1J
f 'ty. She was Ira L. Riley. the one year ago. the body of the structure wan bought
seventy-seven years of expressions by speakers addressing prices were still high
.' on account by W. A. Hutson claim
d ",,sge. and had lived an exemplary M the governors today. of the car shortage, while present prices I often sit and think of thee the Seaboard; agent for
railway who will
'Christian DIST use
life during all the years the Several states, represented by their received for the commodities are When I am all alone, the lumber In building
writer hall been acquainted with her, chief executives or governors-elect, not sufficient to pay expense of production For memory is the only thing, Pablo Beach. operations at
lend! her friends were all who knew Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. were reported in a condition verging; and transportation to the That grief: can call its own. 4
'bt r. Four children Preaching and communion, 11 a. m. on the
were born to her extremely critical, while the I markets National Field Council
but only George and l John survive Epworth League 6:45 p. m. spokesmen for most ot,the others assented i The same fears were echoed by Gov. Dearest huKhbnd" we have laid thee MHH! Mary E. Kifer,
tl1eba Preaching recently returned
7:30 -
( Anderson, a granddaughter who p. m. to the general J. H. Bartlett In the peaceful
" brae proposition that' of New Hampshire, and grave's embrace, from orphanage work in the
1'' err lived with her grandparents all Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 there is genuine call for alarm in the Uov. R. A. Cooper of South Carolina, But thy memory will be cherished Near Kant. u

,; 1\ the life V 'III also loft to mourn her 'loss< p. Preaching m. at outlook who added that Ida misgivings extended Till I see thy heavenly face. N. A. Boyajiun; a native of liar-
bereaved husband today, 7:30: p Conditions in Iowa
,"'', Save and family m. Gov. Harding into other fields of noceimary pout, Armenia
f' the sympathy of the whole com. Come and agricultural Industry. He urged on production as well. God called thee home, it was His will, "The conference will be the greatest "
,i' : tsransient unity in their loss, but time is only worship with us. said, menace the very existence of the Gov. Cooper emphasized the needto But in my heart I love thee still; opportunity that the state of Flor.

'r 1,?:will; ? while heaven where they J. C. DIGGS, I every state official the necessity of preserve the morale of '\ho country Thy memory is as sweet today Ida hun ever had to become acquainted -
Rev meet again is eternal Pastor. emergency legislation to protect far in facing the difficult situation growing As in the. hour you passed away. at drat hand with the actual coridUtiorm
Armstrong of the Lake But- i| Mr mers from impending ruin. out of disproportionate relations - -+ in AsiuBtic Turkey and the BIble
Baptist .and Mrs. E. I). Card
of DeI Few
church conducted the fu- people, he said, realize the ex- existing between supply and demand NEAIt: EAST "
eral services I trait Mich., are the visitors CONFKKENCKIn : land, commented! Dr. Shive; ,, "andto
at the grave.x'ain I among tent to which they are dependent complicated by labor ,
upon and
I in Starke, and will probably become the transportation hear first hand reports of the work
and suffering now are past. permanent residents. I farmers. Most cities, he declaredare ] conditions preparation for the state conference accomplished by contributions from

5 And the morning light appears; I I tiating for the property They of are the nego- "within" forty-eight hours of star He said necessary readjustments at Jacksonville hoc 7th and at Florida's people. A nation has been
Capt. vation.{
icon they'll meet on heaven's shore J. C. Richard estate and the deal will The farmers, he warned, are cannot take place without casualties! Tampa, Dec. 8th. Dr. B. M. Shive, director ''fI.IvedInri it In remarkable in gazing
And forget the > facing conditions under which they adding that it was foolhardy to think of Near l East
troubled years. I|I likely be closed within a few Relief for Florida over the certified amounts of expenditures
days. will be
h -- I unable to supply cities with the present economic storms could bo arrived in Jacksonville .
I I I Mr. Card has for a number of November to realize what has been accomplished ,
ATI RANDOLPH j been the lumber purchasing years j'I necessities of life. weathered "without some bankruptcies :ifOth and wont into conference with with every cent contribut
and dis-
Production "
of foodstuffs will .
positively his "
I I burring representatives ed.
j agent for the
Spiritualism as It is regarded by Car Company. He Is seeking Motor lora- erase In the Mississippi valley j Other activities of the conference Invitations for the conference have Among the local people interestedIn
f) prophets, Jesus and the apostles. 'j'i tinn away from the severe Northern a | within the next two years if better i today included a discussion of the been issued, calling those who have Near East Relief arc the following, :

7V' out Sunday morning, Dec. 8th. winters and I III so much >' conditions are not quickly brought Kansas court of industrial relations been active on behalf of the Near East': Hov. J. C. Higgs: Mrs. F. A. Scott
g\ 11'cloct.! Starke that he is planning pleased to make with about. Gov J. D. R. Robertson of Ok. I by Gov. Allen of Kansas, and a dinner Relief to meet the following dole- 1. II. Rltch, F. .... Stump, Prof. R. S.

R. D. BOWER.n his home here in the future. lahomn. t"M the conference when ho tonight at the executive mansion gates from tho New York offices: Duwling' Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mm. C. E.
is u introduced at a luncheon tendered i, as the guests of Gov. and Mrs. Sprolll.r Dr.:: William E. Doughty, chairman i Ahuurn. I ''tr

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. Hr. Hubert Armstrong "direct.
-- - came
; .' ly to business. -W- -
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'I''I'l fo1 "Tour sketches bare for me a

i', ,double Interest, Miss Carroll be Bald:

"You have drawn remarkably some

|lot the happiest scenes of my hojhood. CKrisimas
i I 1 sceneswhich I am ashamed to say I

; had half-forgotten. The world of
\ business absorbs much of human. kind-

; ... \ness I am afraid, and sometimes a
'[tttruggle; for success causes us to leave

1 1I much that Is tender behind. I am \i }t;

111 1 grateful to you for awakening In me )
I that tenderness which I had almost fur was
;hUlif'd. ;
The man's voice broke huskily He Up. hi

drew forth en old sitting-room plciture. TTarly

"Peace on Earth" was the name she = ...: Graham
u f 1 !had given It. ?

gill' ... "Thnt," said Hubert Armstrong, "Is ... J Jonner'
the living room of my home In Ulll-
ONNIK looked down to the !I."rellt-tht' place where I' was born. HIS had no children. At

IIL1L /f ( busy street, through a blur This white-haired woman's profile Is Christmas time she esjie-'
i $, //t ,- \:% p of Know flakes. At least, i the peaceful profile of my long-lost dally .seemed to feel the
Connie told herself determinedly mother. That little bulging stocking need of them. It seemed

that snowflakes might have been my own stocking as though: every time she
wore accountable for the :Just as It used to hong there jears.ago turned around she shouldsee

blur; then, she wiped her Tell mehis tone was eager: a daughter or a son
t i "ax't eye. *. '"how did you come by your dream" or a small chubby child of

"It's Merry Christmastime "I visited last summer," Connie told her own-one of those sllll
." Connie said to her old yellow bud dreamed of
and Mho had never
,him, "In that same old house In 11111-
cat "Who heard of Christina stepped outside
ever of her dreams
crest with Mrs. Martha Snow, who Invited
'without the Merry So cheer up me." Yes I She, Gertrude Harding was a
1 Prowler, and let's join In Uie game." "born mother" to whom no children
The man nodded hastily
At the little "Shoppe" Just around bad been born.
the corner she< stood longest of aiL I "I see" lie said, "It Is quite simple But this year she had forgotten

And all at once Into Connie's bright after all. Martha Snow IB my moth something most Important to be done.
er's widowed sister." A dull red
eyes runic a speculative<< light. The creptto And It was only several days before
window was full of small framed pictures his cheek."I Christmas.She .

t most of them with the Christmas had almost forgotten that Aunt went down town, made her: purchase
spirit There were the usual Martha asked me Jeers ago to allow after quite a delay and left the
i night-clad children looking up broad her to continue on In the old home shop.

chimneys, there were landscapes! of stead. It was left mine by will. So Outside were three small children,
ftnowy fields with distant windows she's' there jet, and the church bell their faces close against the window
alight-Connie studied them all ; she still chimes out for Christmas I pane, their eyes gleaming' their small

was seeing: In vision the winding hill "You have sounded the memory ill-clad bodies tense and quivering
road of the place where she had spent bells for me, Miss Carroll. alai emotion.'

her lust summer vacation ; the church It deemed that the purchaser had "Aw, gee, look at !It stop at the stations
with Its swaying bell In the steeple, almost forgotten her In his musings. There, she's off the track fowl!
the queer little bridge over the deep Now that she looked at -him closely No, she ain't. She's back on again

and lionutlfnl stream-n bridge with his face wns threaded by lines of care, The second child was rending a sign
seats along: Its sides where countless his fine eyes sorrowful beneath their "They says that In this here Shop
lovers hnd fiat and courted. The old sternness. Connie put forth a friend that It's the land where the dreams of
lady who hud been Connie's volunteer ly hand. children come true. D'je suppose

hostess told her, with the pink coming Why," she said< "so you are Martha they's klddln'7"
and going In tier withered cheeks, Snow's nephew Then there can be The third child a little girl, who
about the lovers. For It was there no question of bargain between us, was clutching what once bad been a
that her own husband had asked, and the pictures are freely yours" doll was looking at one In the shop's
had been answered a question. The The window."If .
man spoke abruptly.
I could Jos' touch her hair." she
way fhnj Connie had chanced to visit "Tou paint to sell do you not?" he
; this beautiful country place and to asked. "Isn't that what .your studio sighed. >
meet there the 'dear old lady win quite la for" "Would you like to go Inside the
remarkable chance too. She had shop" Gertrude Harding asked the
Connie shook her head
; ? started out on the trolley car for one children.
"Mostly she replied fray studio Is They looked at her abruptly. "D'ya
Has. restful day In the country and had
e Just to live In." "
chosen this station at random. And
"And 'you live alone?"
when she had stopped to admire the. And' through the shop, straight to
wonderful roses. In the old lady's garden "I am quite alone In the world," she the children:' department she took
told him gravely. them.It .
and had
they spent some agreeable :
fI . time together-the old lady, Mrs. Then her Irrepressible smile broke was a revelation to her to realize

..,... Martha. Snow by name, had said : forth. the Joy that was derived by these
ERE is Old Santa with all kinds "My dear Why don't you come on "Unless," she added, "you would Children from the Intimate contact
t : of t6ys, and visit me for a week or two? I'm ,count Prowler" She caught the cat with toys they knew they could never.

I lonely for a young sweet face ;In her arms own.They
"I-live-alone-too," Hubert Armstrong had gone Inside one of the big'SbOPR
And Connie had that all.
' Some the and gone -
for girl-kids for the boys said and had been
some ; Half her later water colors had been slowly. treated as well as
glorified memories of that delightful "I know what It means There's not anybody ; they had not been afraid.

( visit. NQw Connie had a new Inspiration much difference between the gilded They had looked. to their heart's con

j' A wagon a steam engine train and nice blocks \\t ) She would paint the queer little walls of an apartment and these walls tent.
bridge over an Icy stream, and Its of yours here. "It's true-what they'a said" the
i seats should be covered with ."Not when It comes to loneliness," children agreed afterward, "In there It
Connie agreed. "We' were going to : Is the land all right, where children's
( Some dolls'magic lantern "hobb ) that rocks. She could fancy Just how the trees
: a look much cheerful dreams "
} would look waving naked branches. more she went come true For the reality of

And she'd paint the church In the hol- Fairyland had been expressed by the
low with fllt'htsln the windows gleaming marvelous and magical toys and games
'{/ot over the snow and the bell In the and gay decorations of the Christmas
', I .1 tower a-swavlng for Christmas shep.

t .. .... '-. Oh, Connie was very happy aivshe If Gertrude Harding told herself
hurried home to her attic, but there, afterward these children had so loved<
In the a trip Into the gayety of a children's
temperamental way artists
: Q.) there have, she began: to draw Instead, shop, were'there not others who would
k Ii' 9nder what Santa Claus has ? like to world at
I '" ] or m working In a fever of enthusiasmthe journey forth Into the
>I. fitting' : room of the old house .
' "h :, where she had been She thought It over And did not

I 1:1: I next year-would be just as goo as.coul Abe Martha Snow herself a vented guest In with the llJ stop number there.and asked She rang for the up matron a certain

:;j _._ firelight.: Just half of her peaceful profile
# "You're the matron of the Children's

"J I If he'd let me have all the things that I'd.sag), hair There showing, was beneath holly above Its halo the of old white fireplace '-- "4 jj'9.: dered hospital\ If, any aren't of you your? children Well, I would won

and a boy's stocking hanging; -I.r care to go with me tomorrow and take

there. Connie never stopped until she a trip through the children' toy sbogB'They're
But I he's watched last Christ-
s'pose me since had completed the picture, then ran most attractively fixed up this
: with It breathlessly to the "Shoppe" "-: year and some of them have special

mas Day. around the corner. attractions, a Santa Claus and many
1 other wondrous f features! ,
1'\11.. we will display It." a smiling
I ' old man Agreed. So Gertrude Harding called\ for the

The picture sold. Of course you children. There were 13: who were
were prepared for that; but the ""' %k axes able to go and of that IS: the majoritywere

i strange part was that before It was motherless.
i -'. sold Connie had added her other viewsto Connie Studied Them All. Such an afternoon aa Gertrude
- '.*...rarv! ; ,. . :.
n n the "Shoppe" window,"WInd her die on, "when you Interrupted us with Harding bad. And such an afternoon

, Our Store is Headquarters for all kinds of every cerning one.purchaser While had the other bought Christmas them- der your to knock rmng a I holly was wreath.climbing" the lad as Those the children In the shops bad. seemed especially

I ..' !! studies pleased him not at all ; "I, 't me, do It for you," the man anxious to do what they could for
Connie could not count the number of the children who were so obviously
said, Ilefoie! she could could refuse
; Christmas times that 'she passed that window, from home or hospital. The mechanical
I goods. his nxNlKTnnce' he was on the ladder,
first closing her eyes childishly in the the wreath In his handsr toys even seemed to put more
1 hope that her picture w'ould not be "Hint's better Connie told him as spirit Into their performances Gertrude
there when she larding thought.As .
opened them. And It ftlih/ lit xl.le they stood looking np at
A. D. ANDREWS COMPANY was the day but one before Christmas the rrlnir hprrles. they were coming: home several
that the "Shoppe" little hands found their Into both
manager seeing her "1"11 ,the, tlrst time In years," Hubert way
1 RAIFORD FLORIDA peeking about beckoned her inside Armstrong said with a boyish of Gertrude Hardlng's bands. One

1"'dt! ___.____ __ _ _ -- .---. --.- "You have pleased one of our best larch, "that I've done that sort of clutched a little finger, another ,had
- customers. sold the hold of her thumb It went
- - manager! "and ; BO
: thine Gives me a thrill of old Chlist-
t. ; GRAHAM Messrs. Will Jones, Bob and John Mr. and Mrs. Will'e' Price returnedto when we mentioned your peculiar condItion mina pukes me wish for a fireplace "Mrs." one of them ventured "l t's
I l' Surrency and family and Roy Roberts Kingsland: Ga., Friday after a visit of sale he suggested talking the with n tilted!! stocking before it The pretend we're all children from a kindergarten

Graham, Dec 10.-Rob Weeks, of attended the funeral of Mr. H. C. here with relatives and friends. matter over with you that you might fir. |t1n<* of your picture makes me and that you're our teach
I Brooker, was a business visitor here Surrency at Dedan Thursday. Mrs Jno. Surrency and children both come to a satisfactory bargain. lone to go skating on a creek-your er. Don't let's pretend we're from a
t Monday John Thomas, of Ziti, was in our spent the week-end with her parentsin Our customer thinks that you possess creek, back at Hlllcrest Makes me hospital., eh?"
I'' Miss Frances Murrhee is spending\ burg; Saturday, Brooker. wonderful artistic ability. We have want to taste turkey again over the "Yes, let's pretend that" she an

I i. a few days with relatives and friends F. J. Murrhee anj daughter, Mrs.L. Truby Dyal happened to a painful given him" your pddresa. old dining-room table." swered theta "Or how would It do to

,. in Tampa L. Smith, of Ocovc, were shoppingin accident Saturday afternoon when he "Is he asked "Connie falteringly, "Tesl"! breathed Connie "and hear pretend that I was your mother" and
t Messrs. and Bobby Starke "a philanthropist? the church bell '' that you were all my children
Abernathy Friday
I Duffy fell and fractured his left ann ring out across the
business visItors Some way she did not want her putchaaer "Would you-honest-would' you
i Surrency were to Messts. David Kelly: Uley Wasdin K/iy McKinney of Oak, spent the to be Just a philanthropist end snow. the pretend that?" one asked and the others
Hampton Monday. Eager-eyed man gazed Into
were transuctiiiK business in Starke week-end with his Mr and
' parent, spoil nil future ambitious hope looked at her hoping: hopIng -
R. S, Wnsdin made a business trip Thursday those other eager eyes beneath his
I' to Gainesville Monday Mrs. Alfred McKinney "Mr.! Armstrong Is a man who usually wn."Let's. hoping she would not refuse.
Messrs. Truby and Ervin Dyal were -:-- drives a pretty shrewd bargain," "That would be the best 'pretend'of
Mr. Fowler, of-Lake Butler, passed do It" he said Impulsively.
through here Monday enroute to Wal visitors to the county seat Saturday. USE uD AMOND DYES"Dye the "Shoppe") manager said. "Let us have a real. Joyful old-fash- all" she smiled at them.
Mrs. Kinnard and. family of Georgia So though It theywent
\ was early afternoon. So they "pretended" and so
loved sort of Christmas
do.Mr. are visiting; her sister, hire C. L. Connie hurried home to turn on a gas: you and I, back very happily from their
back: at Aunt Martha's. I will call her
and Mrs Arthur Drown spent
Smith right I Don't rink material blnze and don ,11..r most presentabledrens Christmas shopping trip.
on the phone. It would
Monday in Stuike on business. 0, VV. D>'al was a budncsg visitor . k:" ch package: of "]) amend so thnt she might make a favorable henrt" delight her I Once again she took them on the
Bob Jones, of Sampson, was a visitor to Brooker Dye*'' contain direction Impression as a successful young day before Christmas' It was hard
"It would be
: hero this week Mrs. Jim Dyal and children spent so simple that any wielder of the brush.' The purchaser I Connie sold Just "peace on earth'to getting through the crowds, but It was
Will Jones and Tom Mills were bus.iness Friday with her brother, Willis Dyul, woman can uinmonJ-dye anew might: arrlve'>,llny minute. Rut It wan me happily. worth every effort
rich, fadeless color Into And that Christmas eve __he gazed
} I visitois to Starke Tuesday of Starke. old garment, draperies" coverings the next afternoon when he came and wideawake' through her attic window I In one of the shops a gayly dressed
., DA'e. Cord Abernathy and son, Duffy Ed Parrish was a business visitorto i everything!:, whether, Connie was wearing a bungalow I the moon shone down through the ; clown led the children In a procession.
left Tuesday for Tampa Sampson Monday. > t wool, silk, linen, cotton or apron holly wreath. I Once In a while he turned and
Mrs. Jim Sloan was a busIness' visitor Will I'rice, of Kin tlland, Ga., I.spending I. I l mixed gods' The purchaser was young and tall "Merry Christmas" winked at them as though to say
to Gainesville Tuesday. : a few days hero with relative Buy Diamond; l)yi>." -no and good looking, and the golden cat i igreeted j while the old whispered Connie "We know what fun all this IS.don't .
the ,. other kind-then ;p,rf ct re- him with moon smiled be- of tile
Arthur Brown county a purring rub which ulgnly with we? We're In the secret
ultit! are guaranteed turn ifon a promise of happy
Mrs Alma Surrency, of Brooker was to Connie recommendation at Christmas
seat Friday. \ have never dyed before.Drutrgtat a a* Christmases to come fun that children can have
Lacy Prescott, of Ziff, was here on spent the week-end here with lela- has "PuimonJ.! Dyes Ito his honesty. (S\ ".0, WMttra N..p.._ OBIOB. time that the grown-ups know
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-- -- -- kir. Hubert Armstrong "
0'j .ly to business. -
))1enoryrtics "Tour sketches bar

(doable Interest, Miss Carroll .
"You have drawn .
lot| the happiest scenes of my
Scenes which I am ashamed
;, : had half-forgotten. The

,business absorbs much of'
''nes! I am afraid, and
'straggle for success causes /
much that Is tender
grateful to yon for
I' 'that tenderness which I JDr WJ\

yu -k (buried.The "man's voice broke ,

I drew forth an old : "
,itnre. ?
Peace on Earth" was the
41K I' P e {bad given It.
"That" said Hubert Arm 1 -'

.t s 97Y Y 14C f.[the living room of my
l r !k ONNIE looked down to the cl'elOt-thl' place where I' children. At
busy street through a blur JTbls white-haired woman's time she
t.. 6)r ', N\ of enow flakes. At least, ,the peaceful profile of my: to feel espe the
f Connie told herself deter- mother. That little bulging It seemed
minedly that snowflakes might have been my own every time she
were accountable for the just as It used to hang she should
blur; then, she wiped her .ago- Tell me-" his tone or a eon
eyes. '"how did ;you come by :your chubby child of
"It's. Merry Christina "I visited last summer" C of those slie
time Connie Bald to her old yellowcat. him, "In that same old who had never
"Who ever beard of Christina dream.
crest with Mrs. Martha
i' x4V.j without the Merry So cheer 1
up. vlted me." Harding, was a
Prowler, and let's join In the game." no children
The man nodded hastily
At the little "Shoppe" just around
"I see," he said, "It Is
the corner she stood longest of alL had forgotten
And all at once Into Connie's' bright after all. Martha Snow Is to be done.
eyes came a speculative light. The er's widowed sister." A dull days before
; ,
.r 1 1x window was full of small framed pictures to his cheek
4 / most of them with the Christmas "I bad almost forgotten made hen pur
spirit. There were the usual Martha asked me years ago and left the
night: -clad children looking up broad her to continue on in the
chimneys, there were landscapes of stead. It was left mine by small children,
r1s snowy fields with distant windows she's, there yet, and the the window
alight-Connie studied them all ; she till chimes out for I their small
was seeing In vision the winding hill "You have sounded the and quivering
road of the place where she had spent bells for me, Miss Cu&rro11"
her last summer vacation; the church It seemed that the : stop at the sta
with Its' swaying bell In the steeple almost forgotten her In his 1 the track now)
the queer little bridge over the deep Now that she looked at' on again."
and beautiful stream-a bridge with his face was threaded by rending a sign
s 1 4 seats along Its Rides where countless his fine eyes sorrowful this here shop
lovers had sat and courted. The old sternness. Connie put forth the dreams of
3t lady who bad been Connie's volunteer I ly hand. D'ye suppose

hostess told her with the pink coming "Why," she said "so you
and going In her withered cheeks, Snow's nephew. Then little girl who
about the lovers. For It was there no question of bargain he had been a
V. that her own husband had asked, and the pictures are freely In the shop'
had been answered-his question. The The man spoke abruptly.
way thnj Connie had chanced to visit her hair." she
"Ton paint to sell do you *
/ this beautiful country place and to asked. "Isn't, that what .
I meet there the Hear old lady was quite Is for?" go inside the
remarkable chance too. She had Connie shook her head asked tbe
started out the trolley car for one
: on "Mostly! ," she replied, vmy
restful day In the country and had abruptly. "D'ya
; Just to live in""And
\Has chosen this station at random. And "
\ live alone?"
when she had stopped to admire the. you straight to
"I am quite alone In the : she
wonderful roses In the old lady's gar ,
told him
den-and they had spent some agree- gravely .
able time together-the old lady, Mrs Then her Irrepressible to ber to realize
1 ' .. . Martha. Snow by came had said: forth. by these
ERE is Old Santa with all kinds of "My dear I Why: don't you come on "Unless. she added, contact
toys, and visit me for a week or two I'm count Prowler She could never.
lonely for a young sweet face. :In her arms
And Connie had gone, that was all.Half "I-live'-alone-too," one of the big
Some for the girl-kids and some for the boys; her later water colors had been strong said slowly. a* well ai
"I know what It means 11"0"A. been afraid.
glorified memories of that delightfulvisit.
f much difference between
A A wagon train and nice blocks Now Connie had a new Inspira walls of an apartment and heart's con

; a steam engine, tion.bridge! She over would an paint Icy stream the queer and little Its of your here." ,.' said. the

."Not when It come to ., "In there It
seats should be covered with snow.

Some dolls,'"magic. lantern a "Kobbp" that rocks. She would could look fancy waving just naked how the branches.trees look Connie much agreed.more "We cheerful.were" the children's reality of

/ And she'd paint the church In the hollow sed by the
with Tights In the windows gleamIng toys and !games
v over the snow and the bell In the the Chrlstmns
tower a-swnylng for Christmas.

.- Oh. Connie was very happy had told herself loved
hurried home her so
to attic, but there,
In the artists of a children's
temperamental way .
thereor have, she !began to draw Instead, tr. who would
I wonder what Santa Claus has mg? working In a fever of enthusiasmthe the world If

fitting\ room of the old house
where the had been And did not
a guest, with
I next year-xvould be just asgoocLtiscoul be Martha Snow herself seated In the the up matron.a certain

firelight:: just half of her peaceful profile c
# showing< beneath Its halo of white the Children'

I If he'd let me have all the things that I'd.sag. hair.There wns holly above the old fireplace '- ; children Well I would won

and B hoy's stocking hanging and take

{: But I s'pose he's, watched me since last Christ'mas there.had completed Connie never the picture stopped, then'ran until she fixed" toy up shons this?

with It breathlessly to the "Shopp have special
around the and many
Day. corner.
: \ I"
"Tex. we will display It," a smiling
r old man agreed. called\ for the
-I 13 who were
The picture sold. Of course you
I were prepared for that; but the + IS tbe majority
strange: part was that before It was
Connie Studied Them
-.- sold Connie had added her other viewsto a* Gertrude
*rarnt ..:.r'.IS' ..0:," the "Shoppe" window,land her discerning on, "when you Interrupted an afternoon

I Our Store is for all kinds of purchaser had bought them your knock. I was climbing especial
Headquarters every one. While the other Christmas der to hang a holly wreath.
; studies pleased him not at all; "'IA't me, do It for you" they could for
Connie could not count the number of said Kefnre she could so obviously
, Christmas goods. .' times that 'she passed that window, his assistance he was on The mechan
first her to put more
closing eyes childishly In the the wreath In his hands/
: I hope that her' picture would not be "Tlinfs, better" Connie Ger
there when she opened them. And It stile hv side they stood
A.D.ANDREWSCOMPANY was the day but one before Christmasthat the. rrllllNolIrrlps.. home several
the "Shoppe" Into both
manager seeing her "lt> the first time In way
RAIFORD, FLORIDA peeking about beckoned her Inside. bert Armstrong said with hands One

. _ __. _._ ._ "You have pleased one of our best liiitL'h. "that I've done that another .bad
u .h --- .. .. "
: :::.....- T - ---- -- customers laid> the manager, "and thins. (:lives me a thrill of It went
f F GRAHAM Messrs. Will Jones, Bob and John Mr and Mrs. Willie Price returnedto when we mentioned your peculiar condition ninn. Mnke. me wish for a ventured, "let's
Surrency and family and Roy Roberta Kingsland Ga., Friday after a visit of sale he suggested talking the with it filled stocking before from a kin-
I Graham, Dec. 10.-Rob Weeks, of attended the funeral of Mr. II. C. here with relatives and friends matter over with you that you might: fir.plnre of your picture : our teach
Brooker, was a business visitor here Surrency at Dedan Thursday. Mrs Jno. Surrency and children both come to a satisfactory bargain. long to RO skating on a we're from a
Monday John Thomas, of Ziff, was in our spent the week-end with her parents Our customer thinks that :yon possess creek, hack at Merest.( & "
wonderful artistic she an
Miss Frances Murrhee is spending burg Saturday in Brooker ability. We have want to taste turkey again that.
s a few day with relatives and friendsIn E. J. Murrhee and daughter. Mrs. Truby Dyal happened to a painful given"Is Mm he" :your asked address.Connie" old dlning-room table." would mother It do and to

Tampa. L. L.. Smith, of Ocoee, were. shoppingin accident Saturday afternoon when he "a falteringly, "Ten 1" breathed Connie ?"
I Messrs. Duffy Abernathy and Bob. Staike Friday. fell and fractured his left arm. pbl1allthropllU"80me the church bell ring out
way she !aid not want her punchaser -would you
by Surrency were business visitors to Messrs. David Kelly Rley Wa din R/ty McKinney, of Oak spent the to be Just a philanthropist and snow"Eagereyed and the oth
Hampton Monday.R. : the man
were transuding business in Staike week-end with his parent Mr. and spoil all future ambitious hope. hoping hop-
S. Wasdin made a business trip Thursday.Messrs.. those other eager eyes
Mrs. Alfred McKinney. "Mr. Is
to Gainesville Monday. Armstrong a man who usual awn not refuse.
Truby and Ervin Dyal! --- + drives
were ly shrewd bestpretend'
Mr owler; of-Lake Butler, paused : a pretty bargain"the "Let's do It." be said
through here Monday cnroute to Wal visitors to the county seat Saturday. USE'' "DIAMOND DYES"Dy "Shoppe" manager\ said. "Let us have a real. joyful .
Mrs. Kinnard ant family of Georgia So. though It was early afternoon toned sort of Christmas, ,. and so they
do.Mr. are visiting her sister, Mr*. C. L. Connie hurried home to turn on a gas back from their
at Aunt Martha's, I will I
and Mrs. Arthur Brown
spent Smith.O. blaze and don her moat .
righi I Don't risk ma- presentable on the phone. It would
Monday in Starke on business. Vf. Dyal was a business "visitor terial. I'a: eh package of "Dia- dress so that she might! make a favor heart" them on the
Bob Jones, of Sampson was a vii to lirooker. mond Dye1' contain direction able Impression is a successful young "It It was hard
would be Just 'peace
itor here this week. Mrs. Jim I)yal and children spent so simple that any wielder of the bruin. The purchaser to me" Connie said happily ., but It was
Will Jones and Tom Mills were bus. Friday with her brother, Willis Dyal, I i woman can diamond-dye aI might; arrlvesanj. minute. But It was And that Christmas ..
rich fadeless color into eve s
iness visitors to Starke Tuesday of Starke. new, the next afternoon when he came and wideawake | gayly dressed
oov.t'rinlo" her
oM garment: draperies, through, attic
Mrs. Cord Abernathy and son, Duffy Ed Tarrish was a business visitorto i i whether Connie was wearing a bungalow the moon shone down :i In a proces
left Tuesday for Tampa. Sampson Monday .. I wool l'v..rfthh'K.cotton or apron. holly wreath he turned and
Mrs. Jim Sloan was a business' visItor Will ITlcc, of ::ingsland, Ga., is mixed gasde-] The purchaser was young and tall 1 "Merry Christmas" (' to say:
to Gainesville Tuesday spending a few days here with rela- Bay "Diamond Dye*"-no and po: Arthur Brown visited. the county tives. other kind-then perfect re- greeted him with a purring rob which utgnly with a promise secret of the
seat Friday. Mrs. Alma Surrency, of Broker, tulU have are! guaranteed never( dyed even iKfore.l if. wa to Connie a recommendation as Christmases to come. have at Christ-

Lacy Prescott, of Ziff, was here on spent the! week-end hero with relative vou>niigit, bets "Dia lon.J Pyts Ito his honesty U*k ..... WM.ra Nwipapu know
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unusual Line of Christmas Gifts of Quality.

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Dupont Ivory Pyralin Toilet Ware,
American Cutglass, Gifts in Sterling Silver -
"* 111I1 Waterman Fountain Pens, Eversharp
SALAD FORKS 111I1 Pencils, Nunnally's, Liggett'and Whit-.

TABLE SPOONS mans Candies,Fine Stationery, Complete
TEA SPOONS Toilet Sets containing Mary Garden Djer '

t ;' ICE TEA SPOONS Kiss,Jonteel, Mavis,Cara Nome and many
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KINDS A complete line of Greeting Cards, Post Cards, Folders, .
I Tags, Seals and Tissue Paper. ,
Come in and, let us show you what we have.

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-a;,., We are wishing and making this a merry Xmas for you, by smashing
prices to suit the times. CHRISTMASPreWar
The manufacturers of Foreign Dyed Suits have alloted us 12 serge
suits absolutely guaradteed,worth $65 to $75. We are offering all our $50, I Gift PricesAt
$60 and $65 suits for

' $37.5 Cash Department Store i.. > i

1! As a Special price for Xm s week all our overcoats, worth SALE NOW ON IN FULL BLAST I *
The people of Bradford County know where they can go to ;
$35.00 FOR
get real Clothing, Shoes, and Ready-to-wear for i ,.,
the whole family. I':' ':

JUST ARRIVED MEN'S PANTS, Groceriesat 'r' .

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Our Shoes are money-savers. All sold with SATISFACTION GUARAN. the lowest prices quoted anywhere, the best brands at the : :
TEED, no rubbish sold by us. I lowest prices. We below just a few of the prices in ,
s. force during our Sale.

OUR GOODS ARE FROM 50 to 100 PER CENT CHEAPER. DON'T BE $15.00 Ladies High Top Tan and Black Shoes
MISLEAD. AS WE STARTED THIS MONEY SAVING CAMPAIGN, Gift Sale Price ----_-- _ __------_$4.49 :
$50.00 Men's Flannel and Serge Suits
r Gift Sale Price $29.95

: LOOK AT OUR FANCY LINE OF CANNED GOODS. THE GREATEST $35.00 Gift Men's Sale Price Suits _____________ $17.9 5 1 j i
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:. MOST COMPLETE GROCERY LINE IN TOWN. I $1.50 Gift Men's Sale Price Work_Shirts___________________________ 93c ?;
$5.00 and $6.00 Men's Hats
Come look at this Great Reduction Sale, save money Gift Sale Price ________________________$2.95 i! j'
$5.00,$6.00 and$7.00 Douglas Shoes .
and enjoy a Merry Xmas. Gift Sale Price $2.95
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% 30c and S5c Apron Ginghams i ia
t Gift Sale Price_____________________________ 17 C :
WE THANK YOU I I S5c Homespun
a' Gift Sale Price_____________________________ 17c

,; S5c Gift Outing Sale Price_________________________..___23c :
I $35.00 Ladies Coats and Suits 1
Gift Sale Price ...$18.95CASH
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told me all! about the old-1 Christmases he had 4$(

When he was but six or eight, and I just a teenie-weenie lad; .
Said theY didn't have much, candp and not very? many> toys u' ,;
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,. Things old Santa Claus had brought him, just to make a wee bop; glad! '

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' Nice like little train that little track ubb
(ci toys m$ runs along a. ;
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'- And the kids would wrap up warm an d slide down hill on grandpas sled ?

And there was the old melodeon that was played ,bjJ Auntie Sue..
4. ,- Little pedals worked the bellows whic h was old and leaks too; ,
"Shall We Gather at the River?" the,9 would sing, and "Happ$ Da' \ .,

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. I (children Midway: were visiting rclatives ;

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the Misses Moon of Midway are .

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" InUrcttlnf facts Citherct During the .'cek by Our ? L W. Pinholster, Sr., and non Lester .
Regular Corrr.pondents.1HERESSA R. T. Osteen, Eldon Baxter and I We made this cigarette 4r
r. II Rand Crews attended Graham lodgeSaturday

.1 afternoon I V to meet t

t': Edjth: Warren Spent Sunday in .
\' Staiku; with friends.
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!Several': members of Pine Hill Masonic your
;I I I Lodge made Mr. Hardy of An- :;

The'iesHB. Dec. 3.-Mrs. T. tioch, a visit Sunday afternoon Mr. ;i

has returned from Larkins, I Hardy has been in failing health for J

t: eral days visit there with sometime and has been unable to at- I|

: and friend I tend the lodge meetings.: | .I"

\: Miss Myrtle Homey, of | : Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Lewis are receiving

lor, spent a few days last I congratulations over the arrival -
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.: Mr. and Mr-. U. M. Herscy. of a daughter, born Nov. 23.

Calvin Triest and John t :: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts, of Graham -

visitors to Slarke Suturduy.; | Miss Ethel Byrd and Mrs. Willie |
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. "'' Arthur !Moorer ha* (' Price spent Sunday afternoon with >

: I; from Jacksonville, where he Mrs. M. n. Price | M

; few days Inking in the fair. Miss Edna Baxter spent Thanksgiving | 1,

..r. :Mrs K. C. Hersey spent l and the remainder of the week r

'. days last week at bake with her parents. I',

relatives.Minn I Mrs. I... A. Brown is on the sick list I ,

. ;. Stella Clovcrsettle this week.I .
"(: ed to Grandin after several I ). W. llazen and members of the I

i,'' it here with her parent I, family arc suffering with malariathis have wonder-
. i :Miss EstelleVoodard In 1 week. i i CAMELS l I

; n while in Slarko' with . |I S. A. Bryan made a business trip mellow- ;j

.. f i'iondH. I through here Monday afternoon. II | mildness and a flavor as

Tuesday, night of last .!' 'I Sunday school next Sunday at the

.. crowd enjoyed a tackey Baptist church at 2:30: p. .m. i, refreshing as it is new.

home nf Mr. and Mrs. S. K. 1 Cheslcy Fogg, of Graham atended
Miss Extellv Woodard and the play here Wednesday night/ I Camels quality and Camels expert .w g
wen awarded the pri-/es. Chester Andreu of New River was blend of choice Turkish and choice "y '

hour the crowd departed : a visitor here Wednesday. 1 F
good time Misses Grace and Let Fogg spent Domestic tobaccos win you on merits.

R I'red CIo\cmettle was a I the weekend at their home at Gra i "
b ;' Camels blend never tires your taste. And _-.
the county metropolis ', ham
i Mrs K. M. llersey has Chcsley Fogg accompanied by his \ Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste .,

from Lake Butler, where daughter, Miss Linnine, were visitors nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I
day or two with relatives here Sunday afternoon. '

Theressa Nov. 26.-Rev. Quite a crowd enjoyed the picnic at What Camels quality and expert blend can ,. .

nor, of Lake City filled his the Scout Hole Thanksgiving.
, ment at the nuplJHt! church Dr. Ti'bble; made a professionalcall mean to your satisfaction you should find

'. I and Sunday, preaching here during the week.J. out at once I It will prove our say-so when t

sermons to appreciative S. Forsyth left Monday for pointsin
tions. you compare Camels with any cigarette
South Florida.
k. It. M. Mersey was a Mr. and Mrs. J, Sowell spent part in the world at any price (4I

..' county Victor seat Crosby Wednesday., of Hal of last week with their son at Cooler c.....,. mrm mold .v.rrwA.M in mofonlificmtty' _*l.d p.or 30ctgtrmltmft 7C7Rjl sN
Pond.!'.) in 4l_muino-pmp reovnHictrtan. li
Visitor here several) days ago.Mr. Wo .._..... 8L DOMfS
1 J. Shriver and Lewis were -Urongly fats carton Fur itio homo or otttom c TIC '
and Mrs; I' M. ,,; l'Ion. .apply or "/.n :you Era...lK. r c lyp*
visitors to Starke last week. r.
g tie son, Earl, were visitors C, M. Andreu and family of Bradford J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. s

J Friday. attended church here Saturday Win.ton-S.l n,>. N. C. _
Mr. and Mrs. Bert'Hagan -

and_ Sunday.__ .. .
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J. Morgan and family and
R days 'last week with r.lativlll.MII'III end in Starke with homefolks. Ii
Ethel Jones attended services at Rock ,
IF 1 Eloise Owsley and / Sunday. Missus Georgia and late Epperson I

Charlie, were visitors to 1 spent several days in Starke visiting r
R. W Surrency, of Graham was a
day. \ ; visitor here Sunday afternoon.An I relatives and friends When Buying ,Furniture "
Miss Stella \
; Cloversettle interesting program is being J. E. !Maines Jr., spent Thanksgiving .

in, spent a fewlays \here prepared for the literary society Frl- at home. |I It pays to deal with an old and reputable firm-Nearly
Mr. and Mrs.
, Nettle parents, ( flay afternoon and all parents and visitors Mr. andII'S.! R. E. Dell have add-i :30 years we have devoted to furnishing homes with fine

Samuel Woodard are invited to be present. ed to their stock a line of ready made I j
was a
'p s' Hampton Saturday I. W. Pinholster motored to Worth.' clothing and will have in dry goodsin I "GRAND RAPIDS"Furniture

Arthur Moorer left inngton Sunday afternoon. a few days. ") I;
!Mrs Jno. Surrency and children, of as well as the more medium priced lines. Also
Jacksonville where he will I). W. Borum of Hampton spent the
Sunday here with her Floor Coverings Draperies etc.
Graham spent ,
few days at the state fair. week-end with his family.
parents Mr. and !Mrs R. T. Osteen.
Mrs. Geo. Adams and Clyde Ward of Jacksonville is visiting Hardy Dowling returned to his Columbia Talking Machine and Columbia RecordsLet
home in Madison last week.J. .
}Macon Ga., arrived
relatives and friends here.
a while with relatives and Ben Crosby of Sampson, spent the S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to us continue to serve you. Mail Orders a specialty.

i R. 1 Jersey, of Lake week-end here with his parents town Monday afternoon
Sunday; here with his O. E. S, memorial services were
!Mr Green, of Lake Butler spent a CHAD WICK'S
Hcirey. held Sunday afternoon in the Masonic
few days of last week here.
S. K.:'l; i among Mrs. G. W Andreu and son, of NlwRlVI'T. Hall at it! o'clock. 7 & 9 E Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
.' who . ,' Misses Alberta and Lola Bielling
riit a"'e ads grinding I
vie-k I'I were here Thursday afternoon. spent the week-end at their home in k\vll-26 The store convenient for shoppers ____ V/V
I Sumner Andreu attended church 1
Mrs. L. A. Hall was a [' here Sunday. Providence.
Hampton Saturday .. I | L, E. Parrish spent the week-end
.\, Cephus Harrcll was in here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Hill Piisey afternoon. with his family.

dren, of Valdosta, Ga., were : Hazen in Jacksonvillepart 11. L. Fowler and sister, Miss Hattie I, ''
Harley was
?"i relatives here during the of last week. attended the funeral of their aunt, W. C. Armstrong spent the weekend day in Jacksonville, guests of Mrs

N Mrs S. Woo.hird and Resale Colson Mrs. Susan Whitsom, at Hawthorn at Crystal River. I' Abbie Eppes.
We are glad to see Monday i I|I John Mott visited relatives in Wa- Mrs. A Scott of
, were visitors to :Stance: 'oat 'able to be in school again: after suf F. Starke spent
'tJ Wesley Hcrscy. of ; f..rinlofor about month with dip- Mrs H. C. locket and daughter: I teroak Tuesday. Wednesday in Raiford in the interests
,:. ; spent Sunday here with '(' a I Elinor and mother Mrs. J. B. Smith : Casper Duncan of Gainesville, visi of the sale of Christmas seals
+t':., Lawton Baylor of : and Mrs. George Coleman.Rev. I: Duncan last week. of Mrs.
in our town Saturday Vera of Pine Hill, were in I I While here she was the guest
Sam Swindel, of Sampson! town: Friday, enroute to Alachua. S. S. Proctor filled his regular A. E. Proctor made a business trip M. W Raiford. '

f fled his parent hers during - -.-.-| -| | appointment at Antioch Saturdayand to Sapp Monday.FIVE. Miss Lucy'>erry and Miss Bertha
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end.M. LAKE BUTLER Daniel were visitors to Jacksonville
l' (Hall is spending a (. Mrs P. P. Dekle and son Marcus :; MILE last week-end, 'enjoying the attractions -

Fairbanks on business. I Lake Butler, Dec 3.-Among those of Five Mile, were in town Saturday of the state fair and hearing the
Miss Klythe Collins, of on business I|I Five Mile Dec. 3.-Mrs. R. E. Par
atetnding the state fair last week Billy Sunday preach.
the week-end with Mildred Roberts spent the week-end rish and sister, Mrs. Reuben Crawi .
spent ,
Dr. Mrs J, E. Maine Mrs. Starke on
were and Miss Doris Scott left for
with her ; ford visiting relatives in Kissim- "
Miller. are
l>r. Fortner and W. B. grandparents at "
W. M. Jonston and daughter Willie I i Wednesday afternoon to spend the
Brooklyn were in town Mrs. Rafe Johns is visiting relatives mee.
Mae, Mrs J M. Mann and son, Howard day Thanksgiving with homcfolks. t"t"'f;
;' Johnnie ''Williamson of at Starke this week I I I Ardell Drawdy returned Tuesday :.i
Misses Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Ed- from Homeland. The Raiford school' rendered the '
was a visitor here Sunday\ I Fritz Townsend visited In Jacksonville
Mrs R. !M. Mersey and I gar Miller Misses Wilson. Barringer and Friday and Saturday.S. i I Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Marcus following program: at the literary society -

tSr t..T. Nettie, left Sunday\ for Estelle Rosenberg, P. M. Padgett S. Proctor spent Wednesday in visited relatives in Lake Butler Sat Nov. 24th. The stage was taste
Mona Alderman
children Mrs. Onie Pens, -
I decorated with
4 ler, where they will spend u Jacksonville. urday. fully and beautifully
during the week with ( Onie Scarborough Laur..1ArmlltTong. Sidney Padgett, of Okeechobce was Nelson and Romeo Dekle visited pine boughs, pot plants and cut flowers
I Adkins Mrs See-
John Hall of Waldo, : Elmer here to spend Thanksgiving: with his relatives and friends here during the as well as several big, ripe pump
and Mrs G. W. Alderman
her King Mr. -
day' night and Sunday here mother week-end.
and children. kins.Each
j , folks J. W. townsend Mr. and :Mrs. Tommie Hewitt have B. L. Duke and son, Wewcy were number given showed thor-
Mrs. Harris Tomlinson, of Lulu, it
W. A. Jones was among returned to Lake Butler after a pleas business visitors to Lake Butler Sat- ough preparation on the part of those
the guest of her daughter Mrs Dub-
to the county metropolis ant trip to Ferman, S. C. urday. participating, and withal it was a decided

Saturday Mr. and Mrs. ,I IlY.JeJl" Cason of New River was attending Mrs. Joe Crews, of Guilford, has :Math Dukes was visiting relatives success. Many visitors wer

gave a general family to business here Tuesday moved into the house with Mrs Arthur in Dukes Sunday afternoon present to enjoy the occasion.
home. Several relatives I Brannen. Dewey Duke and Raymond Hewitt -
Billy Roberts and Mrs. Math Roberts The Raiford school, under the management
... ta, Ga., had come down to of Five Mile were shopping in Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle'and son, Henry were visitors to Midway Sunday.Mr. of Miss! Bertha Daniel, of
Cane grinding niul enjoyed town Tuesday spent the week-end with her parents and Mrs L. H. Futch spent Chipley, is doing excellent work and

Mrs. Hcssio Andveu and I II Allen of bus. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Townsend. several days last week in Raiford. all concerned are Justly proud of the
Green Brooker was a
St. Petersburg were also ; Mrs J. W. Townsend and children Marcus Dekle was the guest of relatives efficient of teachers of the
Lake Butler Tuesday. corps
I incas visitor to
si ro dance and a bountiful :Mrs. Guy, of Tarpon Springs spent. spent Friday and Saturday at Orange: in! Johnstown Thanksgiving.Miss school.
i served. Several relatives Springs Lucile Varnes returned Sat
I Saturday and Sunday with Mrs P. M. Wl'lcome-I.oui Handley.
Also present making u Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rawls and family urday evening from a visit with home I Labor"Socit'tyRecitation.
Padgett. "Reward
of folks to be together I of Hahira Ga., are visiting their folks at Johnstown. Song, Thanksgiving
Mr. Black of visited! Mr. :
Jasper "Lonny's
oughly enjoy the day. lust friends here this week. They are Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle delightfully ,
and Mrs P. M. Padgett week. Nauright.
tiYL J. K. Owsley gave a very moving to Tampa, where he has accepted entertained the young folks Sat- Trouble"-Ralph Mirelle. -
Mrs. F. Y. Smith of Alachua was I Story of Thankgiving-Alb..rt
dinner for quite a crowd I work. urday evening Among those present -
the guest of Mrs 1'. M. Padgett last .
enjoyed the two days and Little Howard Williams spent last were Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke "Thnnk8jt'iving"WiI.bur .

they can all meet again in : week. week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. 1[. Futch Mrs C. R. Recitation .
Ina Alderman of Starke and
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. ; Miss Mrs Preston Williams of New River. Hewitt Misses Mae and Gladys Duke Sapp.
moved here from I Carl Alderman of Gainesville, spent Mrs. II. F. Priester and children Lucile Varnes, Josephine Blume, Hat. Spelling "Thanksgiving".Twelvspupils L

they will make their future I Sunday with their parents Mr. and spent Thursday, Friday and Saturdayin tie Dukes Mabel Hewitt, Norma Do. | from Misg Scott's room.
!Mrs.' G. W. Aldl'rman.Oulll.r Advice"RuthMizelle.
welcome them to our town.GRAHAM Jacksonville attending the state kle Messrs. Dewey Duke, Romeo De i, Recitation "DolI "s
t ... Boyd, of Worthington was .
------- fair. kle Math Dukes, Raymond Hewitt
looking after business in Lake Butler Harde
: 1\11'11. C. L. Varnes, of Johnstown, Julius Parrish Marcus Dekle, Dana Thanksgiving Dialogue Mi-
Tuesday.Claude. was a visitor to Lake Butler Wednesday Duke, Fred Bielling and Clarence Wil lJandll' '. Alfonso Sate, Violet
Graham Dec 3.-Mrs. I Epperson spent Tuesday in afternoon.Mr. llama i zelle. Bertha DowlingJ
Jacksonville.Rev. Twelve
nathy and daughter, Bessie., : : Mcrritt, of New River was a :Mr. Harper was a business visitor Thanksgiving: Song- .
1.. A. Rawls the
was guest: from Miss PPrrroom. J
grade girls
seat visitor Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. here Monday. i
itors the county to
to I
Tuesday of Rev. S. S. Proctor and 1 Vlne"I )
"The Magic
j Math Wasilin was n bU> and :Mrs PrestonVilliams, of L. S. Dekle of Lake 'Butler, was
, to Louise Wednesday.Messrs. | family. New River spent Sunday with Mr. here Saturday I :Minnie Alvarez.
John P Sapp of Sapp, was lookingafter ; Turkey"l"Dowling.
j'i Roy Robert and i business Interests, in town Tues and Mrs. Willie Williams. C. R. Hewitt and family spent Sat. Reading, "A Rig
erts spent Monday in I day. Rev. Major preached an interesting urday in Lake Butler.RAIFORIt. Browning.

i c Eula Wilson was a [ Herbert Edwards pf Tampa spent sermon Sunday morning lit the Song Recitation-Alfonso, "Fill the Baskets Up"_Mi II -
Methodist church .
Tuesday. II
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J to E. J. MurrhPe visited '. I Saturday and Sunday visiting home relative Misses Ina Alderman .and Wilson i es Anna May Anderson, Lorcna Johnson

Frank, at Hawthorne Wl'.h" >* and frlt'nJtI. returning on and Carl Alderman, motored to the Raiford Dec. 3.-Mrs. Drew Hand. | Margaret Anderson.

.I Thursday. : Sunday evening.: the week countysuet Sundayafternoon.. ley and son, Tom spent Thanksgiving Rl'cltation-Cohen Bamett.
... Miss Eva Epperson spent I
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Ij JI Florida's Prison Institution THE FIRST-THANKSGIVINGThe --- -=--

Pilgrims) were a people who' T7OU certainly want to

were persecuted "in England on account JL save money, and you
of their religious faith. They would like to have better bakings.
(Florida Times-Union) of buildings probably as completely and perfectly went to Holland and lived there about
Then Calumet. It's the
111 Florida's biggest farm is operated by con- equipped as any in the South. All the milk is thirteen years, and although Englandhad biggest use thing you can do to Improve
: separated at milking time, and about thirty gallons not been kind to them, they loved the quality of your hairfngt
\icts. their native country and were grieved -and lower baking costs.
of cream a day is now being sold to a cream- to sec their children growing
With only a superintendent and eight paid up Calumet is made in the larg
l assistants to direct their efforts prisoners at the ery. Of the skim milk, fifty gallons a day is to manhood und womanhood to be est most sanitary Baking Powder
used in the stockades as part of the menu of the more Dutch than English. Factories In the World. No Bak.
1' llorida State Farm, under the "honor" system offielfdiscipline 'I Soon they would be falling in love inK Powder Is made under better
t t' instituted about three years ago prisoners, and the remainder is fed to the calves. with Dutch boys and girls and marrying condition*--none can be better in

The revenue from this dairy herd, from cream Dutch instead of English, and quality.It .
t 4 ere cultivating 4,000 acres of field and garden month. Individual of course this would displease the contains only such ingredient .
sales about $1,000 a
now runs
sp crops, conducting a model dairy, an up-to-date parents for they wanted their descendants M have been officially _
dozen records are kept of the milk and butter produc- to be English. dorsed b*athAn S. Pure Food
poultry farm that ships to market 1,000 Au absolute
I h sawmill and various tion of each cow, and the champion Jersey of the They soon left Holland and returned teethat ft I)* pore.RAISES p&nD-
month operating a
egg! a ,
herd produced 7,000 pounds of milk in seven to England, took passage! in the
'' ether industrial] enterprises, the sum of which Mayflower and sought homes in the

;' i has made the institution self-supporting and months, which averaged 6.2 per cent butter fat. wilderness of a new world a home in THE QUALITY LOWERS THE COST
I The feeding and milking house, separator and which they could worship God as they
to "
make it of revenue '
rromises to soon a source thought right. OF ALL BAKINGS
cooling rooms, maternity barn and calf nursery, a
the state. They landed on the dreary coast of
A visit to this institution which is the Flor- and the big rest room where the cows are sheltered New England at Plymouth Mass., on rsJ'
and given their hay and silage in bad weather, Dec. 31, 1620.() The number of these
ida equivalent of a state prison, and a few hours
brave souls as a later writer tells us,
all screened, the sanitary arrangements are
spent with J. S. Blitch, its superintendent leaves was one hundred one.
i K; the visitor in doubt, especially if he is a writer, as perfect, and there isn't a bad smell, a fly or a "This little settlement, so weak BO'
its industrial mosquito to be found in the entire dairy. humble so lawly and so impoverishedwas CALUMETBAKING
rA to whether its most interesting feature at first only considered the
rI ] and agricultural enterprises, or the advanced -| I had been driving for several hours across world's doorstep," but in reality when --.vrnr*

and humane ideas as to the care and treat- country, where on the roadsides and in the woodsI the: Pilgrims landed at Plymouth they IPO'IVDER

; ment of convicts upon which the methods in had seen hundreds of the poor little degenerat'ed laid first the cornerstone they slept under of a great rough nation.At tents.

vogue 'at the farm are based and to which Mr. and tick-infested native cattle that .make up or bushes. They worked rapidly to It received highest Awards

3 I mitch atttributes their success. ;,the bulk of Florida's beef supply. At the state build (houses Dor th"mllelvt>'s, andthere ; World'Pure Food Exposition, Chicago
Part Expo. don. Paris
I Worth Visit farm dairy the first thing that attracted my eye were about seven houses that -positive proof of its super
a Furnished shelter Fran
and "home"
''I I' ''was a pair of oxen in the yard used for hauling I, was for ,;
11 Just as a farm, and without other considerat CO....
; It is used housewives
1 by more
One of these
silage and hay for the dairy cows.
No Indians
of buildings surrounded by vast I were seen for sometime
this .
t group and domestic scientists than ttada
t ;' fields of is worth a visit. Located near white monsters, raised on the fprm, was as tall but when at a later time they \ any other brand. :-1 coosp atr9
crops, did the Pilgrims friendly flour a Ind lei
fi' I 'as a man, and weighed over a ton. It didn't seem appear were It is sold ata moderate price. e
there is nothing un-
Jlaiford Bradford county, and in many ways the Indian, were icy
It possible he could have belonged to the same specieas All yon bave to do .Is to compare :butter.--
helpful to the Pilgrims. cup afeup
themselves. They
[ usual about the farm lands costs to determine how much you d aua.r
loam soils to be found the native cattle. They gave corn to the Pilgrims and can save by buying Calumet. f.'u..ota: eRR"iI
g are just ordinary sandy also taught; them how to cultivate it
I', generally throughout North Florida] and the While the dairy herd at the farm is a source by putting; flesh in each hill for fertilizer Gluten Is the muscle building part UMPOOO V&ff&KSi't era o(e
of pride to the superintendent the expert of flourwhich Uof greatimportance. extnct. TboonBx
great ,
if he
first impression made upon the visitor, or To be if' in bakings to ttw ntulu WDJo 4
r ( she is at all interested in the agricultural development dairyman who has it in charge, and his corps of The first winter was a season of I- use sure plain you flour get andgood your bating

y. of the state, is probably one of amazement : efficient convict assistants, Superintendent sorrow the ul'ninland winter's: snow hardships.had melted Before powder, (not eelf-rising flour
I: J over the crops themselves, followed by won 'Blitch is showing the natives that Bradford away they hud suffered from hunger; ,

''"' der as he or she mentally compares the methods 1 :ounty may t do as well with beef cattle as with i (cold lack of good shelter and many
'milch' : of the comforts of life. !Many a grave
here with those cows and 125 handsome.big Polled Angusare
employed and results obtained was opened some loved form interred ..
commonly seen on lands farmed by free men. the nucleus of a much larger.herd which in therein and the winter's soft deep -- -

Judged just as a farm, probably the first definite 1 future years will not alone supply the institution pure white snow had spread its cover
'1'{ : ''itself with beef but will make possible beef sales ing over the graves. About half the
.; conclusion arrived at by the visitor is that number left the land of hunger: cold Christmas Gift Suggestion
} ,. farming methods employed on the state farm to.add to its revenues. Grazing alongside these and want. God bade them to come :
Y might well be studied and copied to advantage by thoroughbreds were 300 native cattle, being bred home to the higher, better land.

Florida farmers generally. up with thoroughbred bulls, which are showing in In the spring fresh hope sprang up Give
I In the hearts of the survivors with a Bicycle. It is
the second generation the posibilities of such
.' Big Crops!! Growing even I the comings of the green leaves and useful economical vyt '
r at grading for bigger and better herds. flowers, the warm sunshine the gentle i
.. What farming on a big as
breezes the singing of the birds '
the state farm really means, may be fairly judged I Rice, Paying Crop. and the season when the human fam- convenient a %lfgph ,;/

by a glance at the following figures, which Rice has proved an excellent and paying crop ily must needs plant and make foodin means of healthful, -

:, tell the story of the crops now growing at Raiford. ,at the farm. Although the variety planted is up- ishment order upon that they which might to live.have nour- s t,, pleasant moderate: 1: i errS -'

{: Two thousand five hundred acres of corn, ]land, which does not require flooding, much of The Pilgrims felt this call and the outdoor cxcr"isl

-I with velvet beans and peanuts planted between the planting is done on low ground too wet for stir of life within them and with p ;. r" i

r the rows. 'other crops at some seasons. The cleaned rice hope, courage: and brave hearts they ".. I' I IA
began their task of clearing the fields
e Five hundred acres of upland rice. (forms an important staple of diet in the stockades, and planting, so that in time of hra- -

Two hundred and fifty acres of Porto Rican as do the big, juicy red Porto Rican yams. Enough vest there might be something for

,I \t, sweet potatoes. syrup is made at the farm every year to supplythe the mto reap.

sb; f. One hundred acres of sugar cane. / tables both in the stockades and at the houses Out of the voiceless past if we )ei '
could call them perhaps they would
Two hundred acres of sorghum and Texas of the superintendent and his assistants. tell us that each tree which was felled 131!

j f seeded ribbon cane. I' Some meat is being purchased at present, each dod of soil that was broken,

"i. The other 450 acres on'the'' farm this year includes but a sizable ice and cold storage plant is under each seed that was planted in the bos. : ,oA a$.
of earth had its
om prayers its toils,
; 100 acres of rape for poultry, feed and construction, and when this is completed, it is its hopes, and tears. .to Z S

' \" pasture, 25 acres of Irish potatoes, 10 acres of ]!planned to have the farm supply all the meat used Truly truly these heroic Pilgrims.:.

i \. cabbage and garden patches, running from a few by the inmates throughout the year. must Lord, the have work i ferventfly of our prayed hands' establish 'Oh

rows to 20 acres or more each of beans, turnips I I A sawmill with capacity of fifteen thousand Thou it," and never has a prayerin

:I/ cucumbers, squash and other vegetables. I feet of lumber a day, and a planing mill that can the history of a nation's life been

, And here are some of last year's crop figures, turn out 20,000 feet, manufacture all the lumber more God grandly blessed sublimely the first answered.crop they ' 1a-ik IOI )r 'r rI

as a suggestion of the farm's production: I I seeded for use on the farm, from timber cut planted rains came in due season, the

I,; Fifty thousand pounds of rice. on the 16,000 acres of uncleared land included in summer sun shone i the: seed sprang up to life and giew.
;{ Fifteen thousand bushels of sweet potatoes.
I the state farm tract. A power house, completely The autumn season brought its full
:; Four 180-ton silos filled with corn and Texas equipped and up to date, supplies lights for all ; harvest to the few colonists who were a

Seeded cane. |:buildings and power for the various industrial the survivors of the winter's cold. As
they saw the Indian corn in the fields
Five hundred and forty hogs butchered. |plants on the place. The engineers and electric-
ripening its golden; grain; and as they,
y' Twelve] thousand dozen eggs marketed. ians, like all other workmen on the place, are pris- gathered; in their crops of peas and B. LILIENBLUM

The convict farmers harvested and shelled oners. A shoe' shop woodworking shop, black- golden; yellow punmpklns and thought "

1,000 bushels of velvet beans, 500 bushels of field smith and machine not of the hardships and suffering of thepast
shop, shop, only give em- year they felt thankful to God
) peas and 250 bushels of peanuts for seed, and the''I ployment to prisoners trained in these trades, but that they had food for another year. GAINESVILLE FLA. }

remainder of these crops were harvested in the also furnish instructions in vocational work for Their governor appointed a day for ,

fields by the hogs, of which there are now 1,200on thanksgiving after the harvest was
men who ,lack trades. All the buildings on the
gathered Four men were sent out day. I Misses Virgie and Ruby Thomas, of
the farm, most of them blooded Poland Chinas. place are built by prisoners, as are the many miles in search of game for the feast. We Mr. and Mrs. Birt Shaw visited his Alachua spent the week-end with

Five hundred Head Chickens!! | of roads and ditches which extend in every direction read that they had an abundance of 'mother, Mrs. Susan Shaw Sunday. Miss Carrie Belle Brown.
.I I game turkey deer, besides many Mrs. Beadie Dowling and Miss Albert Miller attended the fair at
There are 500 standard bred hens and roosters through the farm. A of how
"r.. suggestion good things; cooked. Doubtless some Kathryn Dekle were visitors to Lake Jacksonville last week.
. I: in the big breeding and laying house at the many roads and ditches are needed, and how much people would have thought this feast Butler Saturday. | Miss Johnie Rimes, who Is teaching

I, poultry farm divided into pens of ten hens and work it takes to cultivate this 4,000 acres may be was not so very elaborate but these Judson Hurst, of Palestine, madea at Rising;, spent Thanksgiving with
poor souls who had suffered for food business trip to Macclcnny last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
one cock each, and the surplus; of eggs not used gained from the statement that it is five miles thought; this repast sumptuous. week.G. Rimes.

'' on the farm for hatching or food are sold to a : across the farm in one direction and eight miles A message was sent forth to invite A. Johnson was a business visi- |I George II. Miller made a business

p Jacksonville customer, who buys them under con- the other way. Every field is fenced with wire, the Indians to come to the feast and tor to Lake Butler Friday. trip to Jacksonville Friday.
give thanks to God. For many things Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bryan visited I Algar; Thomas was a visitor to Lake
tract at 70 cents dozen the year around. Although every building is painted, and there is hardly a her
they gave thanks, thanked Him for parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hurst, Butler Saturday.
all the poultrymcn on the place are convicts field that cannot be reached over a good automo- the hope of one day in a better heavenly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Russell Parrish visited -

I d- except the poultry superintendent<<: i it would bile highway. land, meeting their loved ones Mr. and Mrs. Oad Dobbs visited his the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs.
.. who were dead and thanked Him for parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Dobbs last T. II. Waters. Sunday.
,} be difficult to find a more thoroughly, although The flower Gardens the harvest and the many blessings Sunday.Mr. .
B. E. Brown and son Eurie, spent I
/] Inexpensively equipped plant in the South. Trap It' would be hard to find more attractive He hud given them. and Mrs. Gordon Johnsonwere Wednesday and Thursday, of last
nests are used exclusively in the laying houses, Much reason have we to rejoice in visitors to Mr. and Mrs. John week at the state fair.
... flower gardens than those around the superinten- the fact that a day of thanksgivinghas Green of Baker county last week.
hen is numbered and individual Mr. Mrs. II. B. of Live
where an ,
every dent's house, tended by convict gardeners, nor is been kept for each harvest time Mrs. C. E. Vining;, of Baker county and Clyatt week
record Kept of her production. The champion hen this continent has seen. At first the is spending a while with her son, Oak spent several days of last
the effort to make the
prison surroundings little
as Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt.
is little White day was only observed at PPlymouthbut Jesse Vining.
of the state farm flock a Leghorn, Miss Mildred of Lake Butler
unattractive as possible confined to this spot. now from the Atlantic to the Pacific Among those attending' church at Roberts
:which from June 30, 1919, to June SO, J20) laid spent Thanksgiving with her
There are flower beds everywhere, about the from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico Cypress Grove Sunday were Misses H
j white weighing nearly] forty pounds, I Mae and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T
822 big eggs i grounds and offices-not elaborate but Thanksgiving Day Is kept. It is Agnes Johnson Miss Susie
times her weight. Another sugges- our national holiday. Hurst, Messrs. Masse Hurst Dennis Rimes
about ten own
or tive of color and beauty. In the of the office Miss Lydia Price, of High Springs:
rear The United States is the only na. Finley, of Palestine, Mr. and Mrs. Joe .
, [White Leghorn, bred from the farm's own strain, I and working shops is set apart a tract of land tion in which the ruler appoints and Brannen, !Mr. and 'Mrs. Judson Hurst was the week-end guest of Miss Anna

made a record of 309 eggs for the year, and ten where issues a proclamation for one day to !\Ipssr Johnnie Hurst, Raiford and Belle Peeples.
4 who wishes
prisoner be allotted Dukes
any Miss Gertrude Parrish of
recordof be kept by the nation for universally Felton Brannen.Mr. .
flock showed
(hens' in the an average
other ,a plot of ground to plant in any way his fancy giving thanks to God. For all Ills and Mrs. S. M, Driggers, of spent Sunday with Miss Francis Wa

f" 279 eggs each. dictates, and ]here are flowers i in profusion, and goodness, blessings and many mercies Macclenny visited their daughter, ters.
f Two 3,000-cgg incubators are operated many efforts at vegetable growing. Within the let us give thanks on this the day !Mrs N T. Powell, Saturday.
through the winter and spring in connection witha set apart for so doing "Oh, let us To Remove the Mote.
stockades the prison buildings-plain and ugly give thnnVs unto God, for lie is good; MILLER Wben traveling<< one should al"871"
series of brooder houses covering an acre or frame structures, formerly stood in the midstI and Ills mercy endureth forever." beer In mind thnt cinders are apt t*

more of ground and 5,000 pullets are now growingup I of EDITH A. S. Miller, Dec. 8.-Mr. and! :Mrs. Russell And their way Into the ryes.; An eyl
burning, glaring t stretches:. of white sand. Now
Peoples of Tavarcs Mr. lotion for and 8 fen
houses from which next year's laying and Mrs cop a bathing
in colony these sands are gradually' covered with green nonsoNDotaott :; : W. B, Feagle and Miss Anna Belle Baxseed should be Included In your

hens will be selected. I carpets of lawn grass, which take away much of Peeplei, of High; Springs, and Mrs. package.: A boroclc acid solution will
Jersey Cattle ,the Doc. 3.-Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sinigal Holder, of Miami, spent the be found soothing for eyes thut are In
prison makes the
appearance buildingslook Vining of Lake Butler visited his day Thanksgiving with their parents !earned! from dust, wind or foreign costa
! d There ore sixty full-blooded Jersey cattle at almost homelike. I mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Seining, Sun- Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples. (er.

present in the dairy herd which is housed in a seta (Concluded Next Week)

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..., .... .. BRADFORD COUNTY . -
.m'" u- "' ..1>1:' OJ .o"n. .. .
"IUlln I. iIt ... nnpsata. a." -- ---- ---- ------ ----- - - ---
-- --
alligation of paid bill will taken al eon-
- and for llradfordCounty b
--- Gerald Adkins was in LaKe Butler diner. County Jude In feaM-d by paid
to cell at .*.-
Florida for an
.ntr. .
Intereet In It I. fur... r this order be pub.
Saturday. vat. aale a one-rlirhth undh'ldN
for conaecutive wka
llabed one a eight
Mack Johns. of New River was in and South to the rol..ln. 0..1.. 1..010 In the ,.. w.1 County Telegraph a new., '

section Sunday morning.Pierce five fret Ixit l.t.5. and al lof Lot 1. ....'.,.t fiaper 1.,1111.0 In aaid county and .tat*.
I our Thla IB. 1920.
In llliH-k A. vf N. J.
the South ten f Cr'wal transacting business .lonea Addition, to tb.1 Town of SI..k. llrad W. 1. WFEK8.
) in Luke liutler Saturday. ford County, Florida II. ]) fly A. KNIGHT.I.nll Cu.
November. 10SO. C
Thla Ittlh day of Deputy Clerk.r .
Dock Harris of near Dukes, spent nORA F. K1CKIITER.
> r. KNIGHT.
the latter part of last week here. I Guardian for W. W. M.Umrll. Jr. MI.o"l.l.6l.12.1. Solicitor for ('...m..I.lnanl 10-22-111-12-1:1:

in the Sampson --- .
Joe Moody was
City section Sunday afternoon.Prayer ,tTI( E OF CITAROIAN SAl.K In Circuit (.u. fl.PUDUCATIO.' RlcnthJudicial

meeting was well attended Thirty daya after data hereof. 1. the underahinnd. f.ult. County, In Chan

.. tluardian fur Nina \\alnwrlnht.. err?.
t Saturday night Miss Mabel Crows. U. Id. Walnwrliiht and Frank I), Wainwrlvhl I'. R. flatten, I IComplainant. .

tI I leader. minor helra of Julia A. W.lnw.hfh" J '
eeaatd. will apply to the lunorhlr ; I I .'
H. O. Itivers was visiting Judge of County v
A. ( ...ln. County 1..dfr Palsy Patten.
near Lake Butler Saturday. ., ., for an order to .11 I.r' I
I !. undivided Internet of aaidmlnora ., by affidavit appended to IV.
and ;Mrs. Rafe Johns and Bon, a one-elKht I "
Mr. described land . .
In and to the following the above Hated cause that Daullatttn.
of Lake Butler passed through ourburg towit'Suulh( the defendant therein named, la i

I Sunday afternoon.Mr. of lx u S and 6. and tha North efdent of the State of Florida and eoncea'aheraelf .
1 five feet ,.I Lot H., and all of Lot 1, except, no that .. of vubpoena cannot leaered
and Mis. Gurney Cie\\s spent the South tin feel, In Illork A of N. ..1.Jone. upon ber. and la over the ago of twn

; I i, the week-end with the la tt. r'tI pI!Tent Addition to al Town of St..k.1..d. ty-on yea.i fondant It la that aaUnonrealdent r.'-
Florida. .01 h.\y
ford County "
j1l >, Mr. anj Mr*. Clemons '.t the Thla IDUi day, nf No..m'211.' quired to appear to the bill) of complaint' rV" 'I I

, ; Wnteroak sect'on.' CECIL C. WAINWrGIT. In paid eauae on or before Monday the Aft
Ouardlan for Kina 1 dnY of IVeeml.... A. I). 1920. otherwla the \'
W.ln..I"b. Cd.
N r, Page, of, Is spen J.Inlt' W.'o.rlhl.' and.t'rnk 1. W.llw.lh\ allegation of paid 1.1 will he taken aa confeaaed -
daughter ;\lrII. by aaid
while with his 1.11.6t.II-I
a MiO" It la rurt'.r' od. order le

P. D. Welch: of this section. NOTICE OF .UAKIHAN HAI KThIHy publlahed once a ...k.fl'1..t 111.. conaecntlweek \*

A In the Bradford County Telegraph ancwapaiwr
-- -
---- -- daya after 0.1. hi-rcof. 1. the unnVralirlivd I.nbloho In acid County and SI.I.

, No \Voim In a Healthy Child aa Guardian O. W. lllrka.VtiMtdrowHlcka Clarence Ihla 0... 21h. IDCO -
Willie Pay llicka, W. T.
I Ij All children\ troubled with worm base an unhealthy annd
color, wlilili Indicate poor blond and *.a Hicka. will apply to the Honorableten. By C. A. KN10JHT.Deputy 4
( there U lea atnmach dlaturhanre.GROVE'S ... Judira of llradfordCounty. .
rule, more or (; A. (!ardiner. County CI..
I TASTELESS: rl.lll TONIC given...,,,Iarl, Florida, for an order to cull at rrl- A. 7. A1'IKINSSolicitor .

\ ;_ t : tot two or three wcrk will enrich the Mood. ini rate pale theoneaitth undUldcd Ititereatacli for.. Complainant. 10-20-61-12-1

t prove the dliicatlun. sod art u. Grncrel l SercmithenhiBlcmlc of aaid minor In and to thu followlnirdiarrllKd --
to the vhule ayalem. Nature vlll then l..n.1 towItLola ,

t thwwetTor dl"tp<* I the. Child wilt!: I In, Five, Rlv. fI'rn and Eiicht. In flinch NOTICE
.wrfoct health. l'Mnnnt. ",,I.k.Ilk, lrlntliNOTICE I r.le\en.. In the Town of Hampton. Bradford Notice hereby given that the tindrralirno'1 i
according to a man of the Cora I.. Caaon. a* administratrix of the ...'.
C..u.I', Florida and Florida Itallroad Bur. of ,. ,.. P. ('...... diveftaed, on DecembiIK. r i I
!: Oeorula floul.1 1II2IV at 10 oclock In tIm ......' iwn of *a' I ,

Take notice that I will >>., January II. 1021. eyThla the lllth day of Notcmlicr 1020. day. ..1 itreaent and nink a final return I.
thereafter .. 1 may IN hoard m. MRS CAHItllC HICKR.Guardian the .I" \ ,' A. Canliner. CountJudge
or M Boon ; Iou )
A. Crnhnnt.; who hicks, Clarence 'i\r, Florida at hit
lily fur a iiMritiui' for Ctuwtor f. O. W. 11.1.
tl cunvirtt'd ni the spend t'rni ..r thllrndfotil Woodrow Hirka., Willie Fay Hick rhamliera ,'urlhn.. of paid county I In "
was circuit court In July 11114. of m"'". OlIn Hltka. Mlnora. ll-IH-M-12-17 the Town II..r"", Florida of her repoiand I ,>

ltr In th> ntond! dcfrrv Anyone "1 lechrlisin.ey I I IMAITER'S accnunta .rl admlnlatratrlv of .a 4ealal
>, and ,, tber apply to acIdJntge .
l then be hoitrd tin the nwriu of the upi'itcsthon. BAMNotice .I l.rn
for h. .. touch .
dl..h..a .I.lnl.h.
I that under and by
I. "I..n I trlx.
WM. c. IfODC1EA. made
. of decree of forecloaura ated at Rtarke Florbl. thla OctoberIK
12-8-SI-12-10. Attorney fur . ..... r.MASTF.W8 virtue a 101.1 O. A. Thraaher. Juuisof on
and rendered 1920.
Avenue Ion. ,
Fifth o. .10.1,10. and
i r h. Circuit 1f CORA I. CA80M
SAlEltere.y r.drn.d County. .n the 22nd day o' Octo.her. 10-lB-Ct-12-10. A* Aforeaald.OKI .

under Itnd byvirtu ]\20. wherein. J. W. l'ettylohn w.... eom.. .
111k notice In riven that and M's. I. O. h'arker
of th.t certain final decree of foreeUmure J T 8lk. humland. T n. >KK OF SFKVICK ItT PITIUCATION
made by the juduo of the Ktirhth Ju. I'.ko.. .010. E h'arker. I... l'ark.r. 1.1. J. In the Circuit Court. of I he fl...r 'orid.
jL O dlclil Circuit of Florida. In chancery nittinK\ , I'arker and C. C. larker. hwy huetuand. It.lIay In and for Bradford County.
for 1'radford county.Florida and It.Oguinn. l.ulo M.
0 I.anglry.
Circuit Vak.r.
the (
In 1..1. .
of November. A. P.1B2Q. 11. .. J. (' !
linh day .
on the h'r I.rk.
A Son.eomplulnnntH. Icr.her
In fnvnr of J. W. Andrew l'orter i'arkrr, h..l. .t law of V* I Ii
and atralnMt Iiinne Heynoldn.Kaimnm . doccaend. M. Franc.. 1arker. Karma Jen J. Chrlatlanaon, et al,
X&rrprrxr X r -r Ki-ynoUK, Frond. Reynold*. l>. K.Knlirhl .. I'.k. Verlie {.... heroic I'.rk. a mlflar Defendant*.
I and W. T. WeeVn, dcfendnnta, the underniirned. Ruby Parker. a mlno. Ciesie I'.k.r.l..n" NOTICE TO UNKNOWN nEFNOANI
an Rltccinl Maitter. will offer forernie .are a minor and Imo".n. h'arker. NotIce I. hereby given to .1 I..rtl..1.1.(
in front of the eourthnufto In Ptarke, ... and A. 7. Adktn guardian ad II- log an Inlereat under lena Chrlatlanann
ARRESTS FOLLOW DEATH I that Florida, duringthe Icpal houra of pIe, on for acid mlnora, heir at law of T. II.Parker I>. M. Oornto. U M. Itl. Mr*. I.. M. 1.1!
Monday, January Rrd A. 1) 1021. to the .m an heir at law of the relate of II. O. tie. T. J. Alderman. Long. May IlrllAlderman.
OF GEORGIA PEACH KING the hiKtient and bent bidder for eanh, the follow- Parker deceaaed. D. O Melvin and Prudene 1.. O. 1'0..1 and W. C. Powell

Inc deiirrllted rotterty, to-wltl A Melvln. hla wife. O. W. Melvln. II. The Southwnit Quarter of Norlheaat Quarter River and Emma Rivera hi. wl.. J. W. M. Truhy. C. K. Harper, Penlnaular NavnlRtorea
Two of the Arretitod Parties Were gans and ftimtheaMt Quarter of Northweat Quarter t'.d".." and Creary Padgett, hi .I... .. Company, Cillliert W. R.. KllaabelHHoa S

Known by Starkc People of fI..... 18. Townnhlp n. R. Ranire 22 Kant defendant. I. A. H. Crewa, *pe.ll .l. In Burgeaa and her huahanri. Dr. A. .1. \
large containing HO ..". .... more or .leaa. acme lylnff ehaneery have levied upon the following deacribcd ', Futrh. N. I'. Cauthen. Mln.nlo '1
and brinK In llradford County. Florida. lamia altuated In Itradford County L.'T'IIrt.; A. Wyalt, Harry C. Bowrra,
The following account of the after. cury. A. r.. ADKINR.E. Morlda .. follow*, IRouthweat K. L A. 7.. Adklna. Purten H. ('.0..-
murder of FredD. JOHNS.'! Bpeelitl. Manter.Solicitor 1.11. William, Cieorg Chrlatlan.
muth of the alleged M. Quarter (SWVi of NnltheaatQuarter I.
lt-! > .
Shepard the "Georgia Peach I for ComnlalnanU. (NE 4)) I Northwest Quarter (NWVil I con WII.m R.
I Quarter (SBI I I NortheaatQuarter all deecaaed.. or any of them, or 01..1...
King" appeared in last Sunday's : I of 80ulh..I(NGVi of Routhweat Quarter (SWVit either a. heir, 01..1.... claimants *.

Times-Union. It will be of interestto ry GUARDIAN SALE!: OF LAND and Boutheaat Quarter (*SEW of northweatQuarter and to all I..rtl. claiming any Intereatwhataoever
I dnya ftfter dnte. hereof t. the undeniirned and Northeaat. QuarterNF.Vi In the 1.0,1 dcaerthed .follow
Thirty INWMIi
Starke because two of those ( .
people .
.. .
: t.uardian of Irma tialney. minor : of Northwest Quarter (NWV4M and Northeaat q. outheaat quarter
arrested once had relatives here and I heir of F. l>. (;ialney, deeeaaed.. will apply to Twelve< ) ((121) acrea on the, Raat aid of Northweat (NEVi of 8EU aoctlon twenty-flv (2BI

through their visits became acquaint. the Honorable (;ien. A. Ciardinee. County Judirnof Quarter (NW%) of Northweat QuarterINW'A townablp ax( ((6), rang twenty-two ((22) taouth
Bradford County, ....rld... for an order to ) of Section Twenty-two (2 2)) i and half of nnrthcaat quarter 48 iof N
ed with many of our citizens: pelt at private cab one-c-tichth undivided, Intereat Ten I ((10 Acre nn Bouth Bide of RoutheaatQuarter KVeaat\ half of noifhraat quarter ofnorthweat

rett. of paid minor In and, to the thlowlncdtorrht'ed (RR' of Routhweat Quarter Fort Valley Ga. Nov. 27.-War. I i landa to-wlt being One Hundred 4) Ten ((110) Yarda wldaaeroaa ectlon thlrty-al <$<,), townahlp (1\
hundred and aeventoen. Fifteen rang* twenty-two louthweat quarter .
rants charging murder in connectionwith Commencing two Acre* of Reetltin 1211
i the corner of C. 1*. Stefihenaon'aland .10 For Seven (7) Bouth Rang northeaat quarter of aouth.weat .
Icon all NJC\I.
the death last June under T.ahlp .. ,.
on the divldlnic line ... the Houl hweatQuarter and will the aam before quarter of "Ulh..0 0. non)
mys'l three Twenty (20)
terious circumstances of }' : of the Southweat Quarter and the.Southeaat the v. "" door .I Rtarfce, Bradford Wet quarter < BICI4 of NW\I.
able Quarteron .nun aectlon eleven (It), townahlp ., ,
of the legal
known 'as the "Georgia County: FI.rida. between lh ho. (.
Shepard Railway twenty-two. (22)) wet fnortheaat
the rIght of way of the H. A. I. the 6th of rn. I quarter
a i of *ale. on Monday '.1.
peach king" were served tonight on I Co. (hut ileMCrihed. in prevlntia di'mla aa 8. fl. tier, 1R20, to and pay ..101 dacre quarter of lurh..1. quarter (W'i\
Mrs. F. E. Elmer former wife of the A t Q It RI) and running north from aaldrlitH and property to h* cold a. of Nl:>4 of NE'xJI. nnrthw.. nuarter, ofnorlheant
I I the of two hundred. and aeventy-four Term .... quarter (INW") of : ) weat
i way the defendant NI'\I.
peach grower Mrs. lone Henry sister Weat one hundred feet thenceaouth the proiiorty. of A. 8. CKRWR. half of wet h.1 ..olhw..1. . rfnortheaat

of Mrs. Elmer and Ernest Hop- hack to rla-ht of way of aald Itallroad" ll.B-Kt-12-8. Bnerlal Mauler In Chancery.PPECIAI . qu... (WVi of WH of 8W14 ofNK
of '. ), northweat north-
ties. the Southweat Quarter
and twIne In Qu..I'
lying INW\i.
son, son of Mrs. Elmer by a marriage i the Routhweat Quarter of "....Unn F.lrht: (5)). vet quarter f ," ( ', of

previous to that with Shepard.The |I To.nahlp rleven (7) South of Itanire Twenty MARTrR'R SAI.E HWm), tf' of aelllhweat quarter of
ordered I now o.l"1 1201aat) containing one-half acre InHrailffird that tinder and by ou'hw.1 .. ,.(IWof> HW >4 of WVi '.
arrest of all three was Notice la hereby given ,
cha County: Florida. mad and renderedrietolier aection nine (ii), townatilp eight (ell). ram**
r i virtue of that final decree
after a pathologist and chemist of Thia) 2mh day. ..f Novemtier. 11120.ANNIE IB A. 1>. 11120. by the judge of the twenty-two (22)) anllthwrnt tpiarter (BWVi
: OAINRY: and nnrthweat' quartt'r of aoutheaNt quarterINW'4
Atlanta had testified coroner'sInvestigation Bradford
at a Guardian for Irma Gainey. Circuit Court In and for Co.nly. I of HE<4))I. acrtlon fIfteen (IB), town
: that certain eaua
" here today that a post ll-6.flt-12-24 Minor. Florida. In chancery. In ahip eight (CHI.) range ((22)) I aoutheaat -
I I.
will. wherein A. M. complainant
l..n..h.nt quarter of northweat quarter .AE.r
mortem examination of Shepard'8body <
and A. J. I', and d.fndanie.ti
which I NWV. wet half of northwret quarter (Wig
had revealed the presence of poison NOTICE OF APP IfATION FOR TAX nEED ,* underalgned .vpeclal m. .. wi ofe of NWVi), aouthweat quart-T 18WU.n ). aeo-
in the viscera. was UNDFR: KFCT1HN, ITS OF THE for aal* .rnr the eourthoua door three IRI.) township eight (S)\ ranfotwentytao
the legal hour of aal on
the "t..n
(221) t east half of aouthwMit quarter
Mrs. Elmer who took charge ofSht'pBrd's Hereby notice la riven that T. J. Alderman Monday December Sth A II. 1020. to the of northeaat quarter of BWDr MK14I
of tn pale eertlrlcalea numberedrcaiMtlvely hlicheat and beat bidder for caah the following IE\
purrhaaor wet half of wet of authwmtiartt'r
property after his death on IT UK SO. 40 ... di .crlhed! tiroperty In llradford county .
had I(fill. IS, II. >* .Il..l of northeaat quarter (Wy of WMi "f,
the grounds that he died intestate was 151. IAS and znl laaued by the Tan Collector Florida ..It. Nr:'4) aoulheaat' qurti-r of north

arrested as she was leaving the courtroom for Bradford ('''''',011". Florida Said .. .UII. Th 8"lh..t Quarter of the NortheaatQuarter fWuf w.1 """ ( of NW'41. wet half ,.f
cab. ins lielnir tinted the 41 h day of Rept of the Houthwect quarter of Befl. SB. weat of 181'1 .. quarter of aouhea
where the coroner's investigation A. D 1\1If1. Ra'd certificate 18 helnir dated the To.n.hll fi Bnuth. Rang 22 F.t. containing h.I Wit of W'(. of 8WM of 8KW :

was held. The first charge plac- 2nd day of July. A. I>. 1 1>17. and Certiflratea) "n Inure or 1 lea*. east half of,weat half of aouthweat quartie:
to 5. *?. SS. 5(4. 40. fl4. 1 1. l 1111 and 2111 brIng D. B KNIGn. of the aoulheaat quarter (Evi of W''* <.f
ed against her was illegal appropriation dated. the Mh day of Auvuat. A. D Ittlfl and 1..1.1 M.... *.tWi4 of SIC% )I. aectlon twelve ( town '
of Shepard's Several hai filed the paid eertiAcatea In mv office A. R. (2.
property. fRIWI. ahlp five (la). rang twenty-two ) containing .1
edge and has made application for ta" d,.e Sllel. thouaand forty
hours later she wasserved with a war. was rfue' In ae..ordanne with law. The aald, certlflcatea more or le oi. In one county. ( ) acrv

rant charging her with murder in reeo'vtlvHy. embrace the fi.lli,wlnlanda NOTICE And you and .Ir.Mur hereby, ordered
connection with Shepard's death. Mrs. In Hradfnrd County. Florida. aaHtaaedMt In the Circuit of the Stat of Flor to '.' In the above entitled Court tit
Cur .1"
his the date of the lamiunne of eillth eertlflratet ida. In and for anawer of .complaint filed. agalnntyou
Henry and Hopson were arrested at In the namea. 'l'IpN'tl".I hereinafter Y>artl3.t'larly Lola M. I In t.* 11 cause, on the third day ,
their homes in Terry near here. art forth tuwlttr.ertincate Complainant. I of '
by I Nn. ills embracea NorthweatQuarler j ... , County Telegraph la beech rdealgnated
Dr. John Funke Atlanta pathologist the or Northeast Quarter 1 leaa S A In NE. Jena J. Ch.I.U..ul.v et al. I I aa the newatianer In which thia

who was one of the witnesses attoday's been Cor. Bee S. Tn 7, B. It. 22 E., 8ft, .. Hefendanbi. I Iontirn notice ahall he fuihliahed for twelve auceeaalr.

aeaaed TTnfcnnwn.Certlflrat hearing, testified that tracesof and ; No 1A ..mhr..e_ Rniithwrat Quarter IF.RVIfE nFFKNIlANTS .10

poison was, found in Shepard's ter of NnrtheaHt Qu......,. Re.. 10. Tp. 6. BR To A. Wyatt. realdlng In the city of Rl Ilrl.Wln..... my hand and Real of office, thl. 1>I

body. His testimony was supplemented 20 F. 40 aerea. aaaeaaed. Unknown. I'aao. In the .tal of ColoradniI. OolnlH' A. r,. J1 0.
Half and
; Certificate Nn II emhraeea North M. Mr. U M. reaIdInn W. T. WEEKS
by that of Dr. Edgar Everhart an one. Rant Half ..f Aouthweat, Quarter and Bouth In .010 Dublin, In Utt. of I Clerk of CI."lt Court for Bradford Cnunl
Atlanta chemist who told the jury ther rat Quarter, Hre lii. Tp. 4. 8. R. It K':.. IS 10aerea (:ieorgla I Slate of Florida.Real ,
...........1 Unknown.CertiSrate W. floe realdlng In the city of I ( By C. A. KNIOHT.
boy No n embracea Com at KK: Cor fl.rt ., In the Blata of Wlaeonaln' : I Deputy
NOTICE TO DEBTORS of land .,,101 to E 1(1 I.. and run N 10K ft William. J. Roe.. realdlng In the city of I CHARI.RR A. POWERS CI..rl
thrnre W lOll ft. R along ..101 line lOfl ft. Oahkoah In the of Wlaeonaln. Rolteltor for Complainant. 10. -31.12.wl
after thrnre K 115 ft to If*. Ree. III. Tp. R, R. R Harry C. ..l.t. reldlng In city of

I wish to say to those who owe ne to 21 P.. ........01 A. I. Crewa .n.. In I.tale. of C.lordu.I IEllxaheth th OKDEH OF SERViCE IIY A TION
Certificate No SS embracea N 1.11 of North. Plml.11
huaband. DrA
for practice done for them prior to .. . Roe Rurgeaa and In the Court of the Florida.,
wet Quarter of Northeaat. Q".. .. .. Ill 1-1 J. Iturgeaa, both realdinr, In the city of In and CI.ul II.l.
' my entry into the army service or Upon A chin Com at BR Cor of Nrthcat Quarterof Milwaukee, In the atate of Wlaaonaln I.ulu M. 1..d..r County.

since my return to civil life that I he Northweat. Quarter/ and run. W 1D2 yarda. Minnie I... Trlplett, r.-alillnir In the ely of I.nll..y,
R 14ft 2-S yda. K: 12 yda. N. 14S 2-11 yda to Mllllken. In the elate of I 1
would prefer to settle with you personally ( ).er. 4 A.. Ree 211. Ti". B, 8. K 21 K., 17 I I. hereby .d..d and each of Complainant"
I Jena J, et al., I
t (I. C RappCertificate Chrl.t..n. t
but owing to my removal to Aeri. aaneaae< you appear on the nth day of A. o..reotonic.NOTI'II I
of North.
R 1-8 .
No DO emliracea herein
the bill of
Jacksonville it will be impossible to ...... D. I20. t .mlI.lnt TO KNOWN FKNPANTS: :
weal Quarter of Northeat Q.,... 18 ].11 A ; . In the above entitled eau**.
you To Jen. J. ...
see all of you. I will retain these accounts l alnn com. at Quarter rR Cor and Northeaat run N 144 Quarter 3-8 yda.W fifNorthweat .Th Itradford County. Telegraph la herebydcalirnated /. Adklna. Burten Chrlatlanaon.II. CorWtt K K..lon.leoriChrlatlanaon A.-*
the In which thla
for a short time that those As aa newapaper th, realdence of whom each aol
so 182 yda. H '14* 2-8 ,d.. R 1R2 yule to bev. notIce ahall b* publlahed for four eonaeculiv

who wish may either remit to me direct an 4 A. rW A.211.T RappCertificate 1'... 8, 8. R. 21 8.. 17 aerea.aawaaed w1 prior to ..10 nth day of December, A. f every,1 hereby unknown.It ordered. that you and each of

or leave at the Bank of Starketo year the of
North Half titFaxt you appear hill complaint filed herein
N. 49 embraeea t
Wltnea hand and ...1 of office thl
be placed to my credit. At the ml'r. '. of Routheaxt ., of Northeaat my : agalnat you In the above entitled caur, ui '.
1.1 Qu.r. 20th day of October A. D iota.
the nth of December .
day A. 1) 1910.
proper time I will place my accounts Q....., South. .. .r North Half ofRouthweat W. T. WEEKS. The County Telegraph la herel. r
of Northweat Quarter and Ir.M"re
in the hands of an attorney for collec leo, N'irth Half Q".r.of Half of I..w.l Qiar.fey Clerk Circuit, HI.C.ur Florida.In and for BradfordCounty ...1..1..0 newl'aicr In which th a \ I,

tion. Pay now and save expense. of Routhweat Quarter .. ? of Tlv C. A. KN1II. nnt.weeka b. .,,hl.h..d for eight conaecu-
IR.I prior to day of December
Routheaat. Quarter of Routhweat Quarter coil 8h
DR. ALBERT II. FREEMAN, | An 'OfRnuthweat "put, A. D 1920.
NerthraMt Quarter of Routheaat Quarter
A nl.F.R A. )
412 I'OWER. Wltn.tny hand and ...1 of office (hi. lt>t
St| James Bldg., Jacksonville Fla.1t124t. from ( Quarter and Weat Half of Solicitor 10.28-tll-12-8
Quarler of Routheaat Quarter and South day of October, A. 0. 1120.
| : of of Quar W. T. WKKKS.
n.1 N..rth..1 110"11 AND Clerk Circuit Court In
NT TtOrR and for llradfoijCounty
t.. See 12. Tn C. I .H. 2 E. acrea. aa- the .tl of O. A.Micon Klate.of .
Cold Cause Influenza .01 Unknown.Certificate .. rieceaaed. FI"rd.
drip ana I .. late of llradford .ni. A.
I No. S4 emhratiea Rriutheaat Qua.. are reriueated pay .. aaid' debt ly KN'rIT.
t (PICA ) .
LAXATIVE BROMO QUINT .bleu remove LbS I ser of Northweat Quarter. in. Tn.' 5. B.H. forthwith peraona having claim 1'.ul ,.
.nd.1 CHAKLR8 A. POWFH8.Hollollor .
COil.... There it only on. "'Bror"o Qulnlr.' I just IK K. 40 aerea, anaeaaed llurk, Wlllllama ftiralnat ..10 .I. .h.1 file the aam*. duly for Complainant. 10-N-UI-I3

E.W: OROVF-S: r'.i' bo*. 3IK. M. Certificate Jill embrace A offtotttheaat I IIS. .ulh..nt..d. with underalgned admlnl
(": of Routhweat t.:. 01cc. trt.. one year ,.. d.t hereof, or
I Tp 7. R. E. 10 acrea, Un. they will forever ... NOTICE OF IN.,. DISfH AHOKfllxty I-

USE "DIAMOND DYES" I flown This day of Oet.l'-.. 192CMRS. dava after date hereof, I. the und.e.algned -
1 Certificate, No 1n emhraeea N..r".t. Quarter C. A. MIXON. aa admlnlatrator of the dale of M.
of Northweet Quarter R North I Admlnlatratrln of the Katat ..r C. A. Mlaon C Croft dt-ceaaed. will preaent my "..u.h.'*
weat Quarter ,if Northweat. Quarter flee 22. deeraaed 10.1-0t-11.10. and final account to the Honorable ( .
i 7. 8 R 20 R. aaaeaaed Un. "
acrea. : Judge of Bradford Countv.
Ds .ii. t r. material. both 5 r.lln. e".y
rlrbt i knownCertiorate. FOR PUBLICATION, lorldn. .. nak to be dl.r..d .. uch ad
: .. of ;)1" f'UIF1
pui-kn; i ) No SAl embrace F..t.lf of ministratorThla' .
mnnd J'ea" rontuinilir<"'- Routhweat Quarter and Weat Half of Hoiithea In Circuit Cour. Plate' nf Florida. Eighth Hth day of Otlober IK20.

tions to simple that utrwoman / ;, the / : Quarter. H. 84. Tp 7. 8 K 2 R. 1M Judla'al / ... County. In Chan- N. K: PPARCFiAilmlnlalralor

dinmonil-ilyo. anew that a.-,,.. a.aeaae>| I Caul hen eery of F '.l of M. C. Croft. Deeeaaed -
can I .
Unliea Maid h* redeemedactnrdlnr J. T. M.r. lO$4't.123Y'JOTlE
.t rich. ftulck'H color Into i to .e..rt.II.. d.d. .h.1 laaue thereon I Ion ]

old garment, drjpcripa, roverinag tody : I he 20th day of peeemher. A l>. 1920 I I vKltany < ,
".I".UHT. Wltneaa mv official denature and aeal thfaHth : Me.. I '
after date hereof. I. the -
t'verftblng. Defendant. I IIt 'sya
of Hmn I
A. \
wool. colt t rr, ard day N"I.r. W WKKKS.rirrk I appearing by affidavit appended to the aigne.1 admlnlatrator ef the elate. ef He.ler .

;-' miseil ff..18. I .., ,;. County Florida' ,hill filed In the ahov-atated cauite that KlvanyMarr. Wynn. late of llradford ...."nl. I'lorK1' .
"' -. rlrli Curt 1 : named, i I. "i.ceaad. will .UI my '. and (fn"1accounla )
I 11111 'Diumnml T>VM i Si-all |ity C. 'P.11111.HI.IJ.17 . the defendant therein a nonrealdent .
[ the lion Ron A. riardlnor$ Coun *
other kind. -then pundit r', I Ita.pllty Clerk. of the Slate of Florida and her I;
1 of Judire of flrad'ord? Florid and *
t I. unknown and I la over age county
4, suits are guaranteed\ r\."i if ; It la therefore ordered that itt l I.e dlncharwad aurh admlnlatratoy.Thl .
have dyed Ix-inr Fred I "OT'C'/ twenty-one. hereby the Hth of Onlober. IIK0!
J YOU never I Thin, flat hereof. I. nnderatuned aald n< ." .>nt fendnnt be and la
Jlrupgjat lion "niamottJ fls.'s this tt. the bill of A. M. WII.l.IAMS.Adninlutrctnr .
Ouardlan f"r W. W. Mf Jr. required to appear to complaint Wynideceaaed. ,
10.1st. of Heater
r Color Catd'-l 1 1'1 1 r'.Ion' 'i ' minor h..l. of Julia A Wa'nnwrlirht.' dre.. 11.1 In acid eauae on or before Monday the of the 10-H-rVlI
ed. will apply to the Honorable leo A. CJar- day of January. A. D loll, othorwla the Ifi

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1 ish, and it is being hinted that some I 20 bushels of sweet potatoes; Mr. I 1 things as we do. His business I The merchant buys on the best market
/\p pertinent /questions about it will\ be I IT TAKES THESTARCH Oleson has 100 bushels; Sy Perkinsgot grown in the last few years and -haa'' for cash the best goods he ran

asked u*. How nice it is, in such a 200 bushels; fellow over the other grow more if we stick together.I i find and sell at a living profit. By

t'ase. to be able to tell the intnroga'i I side of Starke got 50 bushels andso Now, there's the, point. We must selling more goods he will make more
,r tors in a polite way to mind on. Well, we bunch up. Our man all stick together, farmers. Grow and money same as we will. Let's all
business. From present indications I finds out how n.any want to ship and market the very beat farm products. 'II stick together!

the millennium is as yet very far I OF A FELLOW 'then he writes to the head of the
away and it is well to be prepared for I I, farmers' order at Jacksonville. They

what may happen. If we do not take find a buyer at top prices. Man comes ------

HEALTHY NEW YEAR care of ourselves, Japan and Englandwill I WORKING HARD EVF.ItDAY down when the potatoes come in and I '. 1
he und our man inspect the potatoes
I surely not do BO. WITHOUT LET-UP WEARS
I together. If they are good they are
Bradford family Telegraph MINER'S. STOKE FOR GIFTS I YOU OUT IN TIME weighed; and the farmer gets a check r.

for his money at the top price that Give Her a _
SOMETIMES YOU NEED A TONIC the head order got; for us, and the
I Pnbluihfd Weekly and entered as nee:. Those who desire to buy gifts of deal ii closed. We save two middle-

cad class: matter at the post-office at lasting value and utility You will should be examine PEI'TO-MANGAN MAKES RICH I men's profits and don't have to wait -

Florida. our goods. sure RED BLOOD AND LU'TS'OU for our money or get our potatoes BrunswickThis
SUrke, want the following -
t i to find what you among
OUT OF BAD IIEALTII sidetracked and take a week or ten
: Watches, clocks watch RUTS days to get them to Jacksonville.Then .
E JE. B. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner, guards, rinks! brooches, bracelets, cut if a lot of us want a car of

glass table cutlery, spoons miscel There are days when feel down corn and other feed, we bunch up
laneous goods We also have fancy you ChristmasGladden ::
"j' ""rnro.rn; Advrrll.ini'R-;,pre.*n..llvnrHEAMLHICANPHisaAjS'XjA'l and right sick. You think you couldn't agree how much we will take. The
i : : 10-; stationery souvenirs games head order then buys on the market
k feel Yet, as far as
y \ --- books for children flash lights, and any worse. you
good and it to Starke. We
corn ships
hundreds of things too numerous to' know, there's nothing the matter with
go: in, our man sees what each man
From the time in
mention suitable as'gifts for you. you up
[ Imprisoned young has ordered delivers his order and
Santo Domingo
A poet, the morning till you go to bed at
and old.
t i by the United States government, Is U. D. MINER. : night you are tired. You feel as takes the cash, remitting it all to the \

i on a hunger itrike. This means that ,I I though: you'd like to sit down and do head order and the deal is closed.So ,

w a he is. pursuing the even tenor of his How Big New York Grocery Firm I, nothing. You look tired and pale it goes. Anything we can bunchup
''i a life. and haggard. You get careless about on and have the cash to'pay for
Keeps Down Rats your dress. when we get the goods. This way n

We have received the first numberof Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese No wonder I Your blood is all clog we can help each other and help our-

the Florida Industrial Record. This Merchants, New York City, says: "We ged up with poison. Your power of selves.'

monthly published at Tampa promises keep RAT SNAP in our cellar all the resistance is at a low ebb. Your The head order finds the market to

c 4,, 'I 1 I to keep tab on the different works time. It keeps down rats. We buy it 'blood needs food. It needs the help buy or sel! on and that way gets the I

going on in the state and to promote by the gross would not fce'without that the vitalizing tonic, Pepto-Man- best possible prices. We don't haveto
progress. It is a handsome 68-page it." Farmers HBO RAT SNAP because gan will give it. Instead of feeling sell or buy unless we have given

1 : quarto beautifully printed and illustrated rats pass up all food for RAT SNAP. exhausted and tired out for months, the order and we know beforehand
I i and full of interesting matter. 3 sizes, 3C>c, 6Ge, $1.25. Sold and you will soon pick right up and feel what the cost will be. We don't wantto
guaranteed by D C. Jones, Starke. well and strong again. And with hurt any business or business man

Big cargoes of nitrate and kainit good red blood you are able to fight but to help to build it up for what r
arrive at our ports frequently. Phosphate ZIFF off ailments. helps the farmer helps the towns. One

we have in plenty and noon wet Pepto-Mangan Is widely and heart can't prosper without the other. Thisis
will have all the fertilizers we need Ziff Dec. 3.--Miss Lomie Thomas is ily endorsed by pliysicians. It is effective not an experiment. It is an order,
reasonable The partial recovering from her recent illness.: nation-wide and does millions of business
"- and at prices. and easy to take. It is prepared
lack of the ingredients to our soils Services were held at Rock Saturday ,in both liquid and tablet form, annually this way for we have the hearts of the whole family.

that the chemicals furnish has constituted and Sunday by the pastor ElderJ. and you can take one or the other and over three and a half million\ memo '

a great drawback during the H. Kelley. receive the same benefits. Nothing will give them more pleasure
last four years and has been one of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and children Sold at any drug store. But be get on the water wagon and day in the Year than
i v of farm of Gainesville, were the week every a
of the curtailing
the causes Reddick lure you get the genuine PeptoMangan jine. What's good for the goose is
her brother
w and truck crops. end guests ="Gude's". Ask for it by the good for the gander. Theres' lots of

Thomas. full name and be sure the full name, other things for the benefit of the .
?1 We laugh at the monkey for imlI Purvis Lewis was a business visitorto "Gude's Pepto-Mangan"' is on the farmers, such as new law and many BrunswickAs

I tailing everything he sees, and yet Waldo Saturday.Mr. package.-Adv. other things that will come before the
v Mrs. II. II. Howard and
the average person thinks of nothing and order for the bentfi of the farmersall
else but doing as others do. They daughters of Gainesville, spent the I HIGHLAND over the country. This is no "one- .>*

must dress as everyone else does or weekend here with her father C, M. boss business." Here we are only a a special inducement for you to make

do as they do, or are miserable. That Kelley. small order but we bunch up with
%. : is the cause of so much poverty. Thatis Raleigh Waldron, of Bay Lake, and here Highland attending, Dec.the 3.-fair Some In few Jackson-from many other small orders and make this a musical Christmas we are goingto

the reason that so many leave families sister, Mrs. Clara Geiger of Jacksonville ville last week were Mrs. H. C. Wim- one grand order and we all work to offer
to starve after they are gone. attended church at Rock Sunday berly Misses Beth and Winifred Wim- gether. Come out and let's get ac
People should always remember that .
berly Messrs. J. I. W. E. Marr quainted.
\ than their Herman Moody and Rev. W. M. Marrj
if ill
they spend or more Now that there are so many men
and L. Wilkinson.Rev.
'incomes, they must make debts and Moody, of LaCrosse, attended servicesat W.J. L. Strickland. filled his out of employment and everything Six Records freewith
appointment -
'' be hounded for the money. We would Rock Sunday. church' coming back to normal it is well to
i 'prefer to live in a straw-thatched Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter and and at Manning Baptist be organized to protect ourselves.

,, ranch, and have it paid for than to son, Ira, of Hague, spent the weekendhere Saturday Sunday. Wages; are bound now to come down,
dwell in a palace and have notes falling with her sister Mrs. R. B. Thom were Steams visitors Moseley to Starke and Saturday.daughter ; so the farmers can get': help at living every $125.00 and $150.00 in

due when unable to meet them. As prices. We have had to pay such high strument.
,I t genius can be.measured by the work as.R.. B. Thomas was numbered on the Cane all grindings the; around and syrup here boilings for the; wages we had to curtail our farmingto

: } one does so can one's prosperity be sick 1 list; last week are past two weeks go and will continue what the family could handle. Now We have been alloted just ,'a certain
i ; known by one's power to save-Ft. Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse was a there will be millions of men Idle in
three weeks
Lauderdale Sentinel. professional caller in our section Sunday about longer. number of Brunswicks for the season
the cities
;; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children big and a big share will ,
; of Starke, visited relatives 'here have to come back to the farm. I and orders for Xmas delivery shouldbe
; Florida now holds out more promises W. L. Thigpen; is very ill with a Thursday and Friday. 1! see where Detroit, gives; 75,000 men ..

than any other state, and as a case of typhoid fever at his mother's W. Max Wimberly of is out of employment, Cleveland 100,000and placed now.CONSUMER'S.
consequence a number of wildcat home Mrs S. E. Thigpen.; Mulberry there are other manufacturingcities
visiting; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II.
schemes to trap the unwary are being Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott and children C. Wimberly for couple of weeks. doubtless in the same fix. We
,\ Bet afoot here. Some of the schemesare Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gainey and Mrs. David, Lang a and granddaughter farmers will have to feed ourselvesand
\ for no other purpose than to make (children Mr and Mrs. Homer Gain Miss Irene Wilkinson these men, too, so let them come
were shopping
I the gullible part with their money, ey, mother and children, of Brooker, in Starke Friday. home and help.

.i.b '? others are honestly meant, but basedon attended church at Rock Sunday. Butler II. Carter, of Jacksonville, i Yes, that looks all right, but how STARKE, FLORIDAThe

ignorance of conditions they haveto Miss Vera Surnency" spent the weekend visited relatives here several days of i about your friend, DeWitt C. Jones?
deal with. It docs not much matter at Pine Hill with her .parents Mr. last week Hain't thought: of him have you? P

whether the projects are honest or and Mrs. A. B. Surrency. C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was', What helps the farmer helps the
not, to him who loses by them Avoid Miss Rhoda Thomas spent Sunday transacting business here Friday. I business man. We don't want to hurt

t + all get-i'ich-quick iHcliemes and now evening at Brooker with.Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. II. C.; Wimberly and daughter; , the business man or towns. They will

matter how plausible a proposition Homer Gainey. Miss Winifred, were visitors to Jack. go: on just the same. We will havean
+ looks or what prominent men are connected John Shaw of LaCrosse, spent Sun sonville Monday. open market, raise more farm

s I , o with it, investigate it careful day with Purvis Lewis. H. C. Wimberly Jr., made a trip to : products to sell, because we've got : igceTwHUF c .?! fII
t.i\i + ly before you contribute a cent, for R. B. Thbmas made a business trip Jacksonville Saturday. '< I the market and we'll have the cash to .

even prominent men arc sometimes to Brooker Friday. _. _. i I pay the merchant. He will handle
'" led astray. If you have money to invest The school had a vacation Thursdayand WATERMILL more goods because we will have the ,' r5 -

'ww, you will find plenty of legitimate Friday of last week on accountof I cash to pay for them and he will '1 S L I 4
J Jit
propositions In your own (community, ,
; Thanksgiving Watermill Doc. 3. Mrs. Plenia not have all his capital scattered over
\ and if the profits arc not large, they Mrs Ll7zie Howard and( children, Parrish and, Tommic- of Lake the county in credit and ran then <
son ,
t have the advantage of being sure. of Gainesville with her .
spent Sunday Butler, spent part of last week here have the cash to buy in carload lots
\ ','1f daughter Mrs. R. B. Thomas./ to sell us cheaper and make moremoney
with her sinter, Mrs. W. R. Hodge.
The question of a mandate over Armenia --- for himself.Let' .
f Mrs Ida Goodge: and son, Eugene: ,
': Is still unsettled, as mandating
;t Dreaming of an Absent One. Misses Merrell and Verlie Thomas attended jine. Let's get busy, wake up
does not seem to be a popular sport, absence and make bigger farms.
I' To dream of grieving over the the cane grinding at W. R. Everythingis
but it is still hoped that
of anyone Is wild to be a our Hodges Saturday afternoon. changing. Why not the farmer? M
l may be cajoled l into accepting it. Hissupposed sign that the person you dream of will\ If the farmer quits the world must
will be I D. J. O. Green, of ,spent I
p cupidity played upon soon return nnd with rrlt>mJllne H or the week-end here with his family. starve DeWitt C. Jones sees these
-the league; will promise to pay alltXpl'lISI'S
I incurred. But the league be. love grown nil the stronger: through G. II. Fowler and son, Willie returned :
; jjflpr(
absence. Hut to ilrt'iun of rejoicing atanyone's
home last week from a week'svisit
1 ing composed of a lot of bankrupts,
absence' means that you will in Georgia.Mr i
in the first
a Its checks are no good: ,
shortly receive news' you would father and Mrs T. C. Carter of Lake w
place, and if they were, they could
do without. A Tonic
Butler of last week here
not pay ofr the lives lost and the sorrow part I
-. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges
.,1 and, suffering entailed on mothers, s
last lap of the Old Year sets one naturally to reviewing
'wives and children of the soldiers who They Qo Together. Jack Goodge was a business visitorto ,
Brooker afternoon. \ For Women I : the past.
would be sacrificed for doubtful good. Be who would gather roses moat Saturday
How happy those nations who fear not fear thorns. Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown As a result of this'mental stock taking one finds himself vt
if could fasten that Old were visitors in the Pine Hill section! in the determined
t Turkey they I frame of mind to make new, and resolutions
Sunday afternoon 1 was hardly able to I
Man of the Sl'athe mandate over drag, for the coming
S Armenia, on Uncle\ Sam and compel MICKIE SAYS The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan was so weakened" writes Mrs. year.

him to keep upward of fiO.OOO soldiers . passed into the Croat Beyond Friday W. F. Ray, of Easley S. C. Why not consider the opening of a Checking Account
in the near fast all the time! Butl' VOU .NOW.Rlsbt0.4.SiME11MES morning at the age of five weeks. "The doctor treated me for about with this institution among your other progressive New
t I' Uncle has read all those fables bearIng i t 1044ER'BOUI l4NOS't The funeral service took place Sunday t two months still! I didn't get Year plans
I ,4e1, OOV4'601T MV 11. BUT JtftTTHB
morning at New River cemeteryand
he Is wise better. I
on the matter and too any had a large famIly -
6..NIii."E. \ YOU ALL FINE The has confidence in institution and know
chestnuts of the fire was attended by a large numberof and public our
to pull the out felt I surely must do
I for the Scheming! OIlt'R.TilE r4 \ VSIOUUO'tsfT. VMOW.K. NOWHERESQR.OVM friends who came to pay their trib- something to enable me to take that we are truly Bradford County's financial stronghold
I !Lei eu1' HGRG'N. WHEN 1 ute of love and respect to the family. care of little I because OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS ,
e Mr UP 'M ootMo TOME NAVE We extend sympathy to the bereaved my ones. had
'" VM6 PAPER OF NVN OWN, parents
t \18ccHERt

The league; of nations, sitting; at FARMER BROWNWhat LAKE BUTLER BANKState

"w M Geneva, tries to collect Membership CARDUI t
dues from Spain by ordering her to
County Dutrict'and City Depository
fiend troop to Lithuania, a cold 1 and paper are you reading,

marshy country. The Spaniards do W Brown? LAKE BUTLER, FLA.,
tt not like to be thus ordered about and Times-Union Samantha. The Woman's Tonic
< r are kicking! against; the order If Give me half of it. I like to read.
their ruler obeys the mandate then Better read the home news. Read ,
"If' J the soldiers will refuse to go-and this article about the Catt family\ ? "I 1 decided to try it," continues I.:+,..

there you are. Well, of all the gall. What do you Mrs. Ray . "I took

The fact that the United States o know about that? Do all Catts act i eight bottles in aU . I regained -
rq navy is being increased is a thorn in r n like that? my strength; and have FR.

the side of the Japanese and the Brit- H'm sometimes; especially if theyare had no more trouble with womanly ; DAVIS & co.Not .

,_ sick and can't find the catnip bed weakness. I have ten t
J Mr. Fred Whit..'SaYM. "Don't Idle Because sometimes! children and am able to do all

You Only See One Rat" Say, Brown going to join that farmer my housework and a lot outdoors Simply an Insurance Agency but one of

11 1 "I did, pretty soon I found my cellar secret order? . I can sure recommend Bradford County's oldest business
full They ate .my potatoes. After T'aint no secret order. Just agreeto Cardut"
trying RAT SNAP I got 5 dead rats. do things, and work together, to Institutions.

The rest later. They pass up the potatoes get better prices for what we grow Take Cardui today. It may
t' to cut RAT SNAP." If there and what we buy in carload lots. Just what yod need.

are rats around your place follow ,........ Ain't obliged to sell or buy thru At all druggists. STARKE, FLORIDA
Mr. White's example. Three sizes, this ,order,.but. if you are a member
I 86c,-65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteedby you Scan get the benefit of bunchingup e

D. C. Jones Starke. together. For instance, I've got




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, for Buffalo, N. Y., being called I every modern convenience Both up- meeting' Wednesday afternoon at 3 r The basket ball team of Lnwtey

1 thereby a message stating that his per and lower flats are equipped o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Roscoe school came over Friday afternoon

1I, 11 1 father was dangerously ill. throughout with new furnishings.The :McLane. Hostesses for the after to. play the Raiford team. There was i
I noon Mrs. McLune and Mrs. J. M. a misunderstanding about Lawtcy

Bits of LocalInformation t J iGC breaks a cold.quicker than any Telegraph will be $2 per year Mitchell. The subject for the afternoon coining over, and they did not play.

remedy we know. 2-11 after January 1st. is "Civics" and the motto, "We "'. W. Rice, of Istahatchee, is

I are confronted with two t'ndsue spending a few days here with his
iii I .
JLrTW Mm. L. E. Jordan and little eon Good green coffee, 8 pounds for $1 cess' or failure. To win tho former It family. ,1'

; who have been visiting her sister at Br>'an's. requires of us labor and perseverance. G. C. Sapp has moved his family '

Mrs. T. J. Griffin left Monday morning ." Into the Johns cottage.Dr. .
Omr !%. (.. >.*"* ..* 9rw
r.rniW '
:, for their home in Oviedo Those interested in Near East Relief A. J. Johnson of
... .. e._ r aA4 T .s.ll : Jacksonville
are cordially invited to attend the Print paper costs four times as was in town Monday. '

-- Just a few very beautiful hand colored conference and luncheon, scheduledas much now as it did at the outbreak of Louis Thompson, of Jacksonville,
I\ 'V -"."""" .:... .---' oil photographs of Kingsley lakeat follows, according to yourr pleasure the war. The Telegraph's advance in was in town Sunday.Jim f

: Chcsley Fogg of Graham was In Through error the name of James1 Hoover Bros studio. The {ideal : Jacksonville, December 7th; subscription price is small by comparison. i fowling and family have mov 0

town Thursday. Poppell was omitted from the honor Christmas gift. 12-S-2t i I Tampa December 8th. iI I ed into the Wells cottage near .the

roll for the second month of school.A I Baptist church.
To prevent a cold take 666. Everything1 the fruit cake. such Oh, sweetheart how nice these biscuit The ladies of the Methodist church I Oslo Forsyth, of Jacksonville, is the "

t few doses 666 break a cold. as raisins, currants figs dates, cit are! Where and when did you will hold their bazaar on Friday af- guest of friends.
' of ron and spices of all kinds. Bryan's. learn to cook ao good Answer- I I Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Jacobs were vis.
! R. A. Weeks, naval stores man ternoon, the 10th innt. AH who have .
No have the finest flour Dearie, I only bought a sack of that itors to Lake City Thanksgiving. ;
joke we
I Brooker was in town Monday. fancy or useful articles to donate are ".t
I ever brought to Starke-Picnic, at Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent good Picnic Flour from People's Gro requested to send them in by Satur- Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dowling have 'f

eggs. People's Grocery Co. Thanksgiving day in Green Cove with cery. day to Mrs. T. J. Griffin, chairman moved out to the farm about four
; Bring Bryan your
Mrs. BUhop's parents, and on Friday bazaar committee. At this bazaar miles northwest of town on the Lake ''Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs, of Jack went to Jacksonville to see the big Mrs. E. B. Freeman, of Oak Creek i will have an excellent Butler and Sanderson road.ENCTRD.
you -
r Fruit cake, 65 cents a pound atTurner's sonville spent Thursday and Friday fair and hear Billy Sunday preach.G. Colo., arrived last week to upend a opportunity
to purchase dainty hand made
, 1119tf. articles -
Bakery. while with her mother Mrs. J. L.
with Col and Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsn. suitable for Christmas .
, local Warren. It has been seven since presents.Do
M. Inman representativeof years
: not forget the. date.
Miss Eva Epperson spent Friday !Men's $1.50 Work Shirts, 85c, the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, left Mrs.. Freeman's last visit to Florida '
in Jacksonville with relatives. at Wednesday for a business trip to and she has many friends here who ] -
Stump s.
Charlotte, Va. He will return to will be glad to nee her again./ Attorney E. K.: Perryman has located .

The prices are lower at Sternberg' Miss Lucile Tatum, of Jacksonville Starke in a few days.Ladles' in Sanford after casting around

came down Wednesday to visit Miss Every day Js bargain: day at for a satisfactory location. He and

, Hulda Brinson.Go Hats at about half priceat Stump's.Mr. I Mrs. Perryman will shortly establish
Seal your mail with the Stamp of Stump's. I their residence in the "Celery City,"

i Health-Tuberculosis Christmas Seals Joe Dursherl Oklahoma and we congratulate Sanford on se- FOR SALE: Bottles pints and C
to Turner's bakery for cream formerly of quarts
\ bread, 10, 15 and 20 cent loaves every Mrs. J. C. Diggs and daughters, who recently bought the Dock curing them as cititens. Mr. Perry- any quantity. J. A. Morgan Slarko.
Yard wide yellow homespun man is a graduate of the Universityof
day. 1119tf. Misses Helen and Louisa, went to Milliard farm near Graham was a
t 12 l-2c at Stump's. Jacksonville Thursday afternoon and visitor to Starke Tuesday. Mr. Dur- Florida Law School and is a young FOR SALF-1600/ bushels good seed rc

while there the fair and hearing man of the highest type of character. pinders. Henry Summers Lulu,
I Miss Estelle Woodard, of Theresa enjoyed sherl is delighted with our climate r
} Col. D. E. Knight was a profes- That he will prove a worthy and able Fla. 12-3-fit
l has been in Starke during the Billy Sunday preach. and sees big opportunities here in
It Gainesville member bar -
aional visitor to Monday. of the is the prediction of
week, visiting relatives. farming and stock raising FRESH COUNTRY EGGS-I want
those who know his
of excellent
\ Pillsburg Flour $1.75 for 24 Ibs., qualifications -
If lr B. C. Scarborough, Jacksonville, them. Will pay you cash 70 t'"ntsper
at I
i! has been-in Starke during the week. Before buying, investigate the i Bryan's.Carr. Misses Gladys! Thornton, and The- dozen. C. S. Durling'a Store.
f prices at Sternberg's. Tessa Derry, of Jacksonville spent 115tf. "
} Colley who is attending the Monday night in Starke, giving their W. N. LaDue, formerly of South ,

{ Best grade. work shirts, 93 11-26-tf.cents atBryan's. 24 Ib sack of best Self Rising Flour University o>a Florida, spent the weekly instruction in dancing. The Wayne WIs., has bought from P. U. FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress mingle

| for $1.50 at A. D. Andrews Com Thanksgiving holidays with his mother class will meet Tuesday night of next Bryant what is known as the Cone $7.50 per thousand; primes, $5 per \'

'I Fresh shipment of Whitman's Candies pany, Raiford, Fla. It. Mrs. W. A. Colley returning to week owing to military matters tak- place on Crosby lake and will become thousand. J. C. Crews, Gull ford,
the a permanent citizen of Starke. The
of the
Gainesville afternoon. ing use
Sunday armory. Fla. 101tf.
received. SCt ) it
f just ,. drug Co
Best grade bleaching at a bargainat purchase was made through G. M. In

1 Bryan's.Rev. Picnic Flour strictly nothing but Try a sack of picnic Flour fromPeople's man, local] representative of the E. A.
h relieves cold. FOR SALE Ford
666 quickly a touring car. Engine -
Strout Farm
Mr. will
Agency LaDue
100 whole be Grocery and if feel like
I. percent pure can purchased you ,
recently overhauled, runs rood 'li
f J. C. Diggs spent Tuesday In at People' Grocery. Price you have not received your money' engage In general farming and stock
11. C. Richard came' up from Pat three new tiros. Cheap for cash. (
latka Friday to visit his wife and at- Jacksonville and while there heard reasonable worth when your wife places the first raising, and will also take advantageof Apply Ellery M. Davis. 12-3-tf

\ tend to business. two sermons from Billy Sunday. baking on the table, we will absolutely the splendid opportunity offeredby I ,
t Mrs. E. K. Perryman left Wcdnes- refund every cent of your money to this section for the poultry busi .

.t t t.t The prices are lower at Stern- You can save from $1 to $1 by day afternoon to join her husband in you. ness. He is an experienced farmer CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Writ* for
price and ship ties of all
and we expect to him make your
buying Shoes at Stump's.Rev. Sanford where they will make their sue a success
i your '
1 f.: berg'sGet from the start.' grades to Gress Manufacturing Co.,
, future home. Their many friends The E. A. $trout Farm Agency sold ,

I your gun shells at Bryan's. H. M. Denham of Syracuse, here regret to lone them, but Starlce's 428 farms last month, a gain of 27 MMWMMMR-l _M_ -M_" v De-I J i Jacksonville Florida. 3-5-20.lyr" s

N. Y., arrived last week to act as loss is Sanford's gain. over the month preceding. Farms Subscribers who pay during

.k E. K. Perryman left Sunday' after- rector of St. Mark's Episcopal church. sold during the pant twelve months i cember will have the benefit of the FOR SALE-4 months registered

,' noon for Sanford, where he has open] Men'sSuits as cheap as they 4472. This agency is a live wire and old rate of $1.59 per year. After prize winning mother prize winner,

; ed a law office. To break a cold take 666. 2-11 were before the war. Stump's.Among will sell your farm for you, or sell January let the subscription price of I for I'oland-Chinui pigs.information.Writer ,pwner
$ you a suitable place if you >want to the Telegraph will be $2 per year prices and Albert -

Auto tops and auto painting. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson visited the week-end visitors to buy. G. M. Inman, Starke represent Miller Lake Butler. 12-3,2t-

Leviton, Starke. 1119tf. Mrs. W. L. Wall Tuesday, returningto Jacksonville on business and pleasure ative. J t. KAIPORD
j Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. bent were: Rev. and Mrs. B. I). Law SERDS 1 :: -New Spring seed cataloguewill

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, L. A. A family reunion was held Thanks soon be ready for distribution.
New. syrup is in the market at a Dec. 3.-Mrs. W. M. Graham ..
' lower price than syrup has sold for Ladies 75 cent hose for 45 cents at Wynn, Mrs. F. 'A. Scott, Misses Doris giving day at the home of Col. W. of Jacksonville, was the guestof Send name at'once so there will bono

lately. Bryan's.Mrs. Scott and Lena Quigley. T. Weeks and the dinner was enjoyedby her parents Mr and Mrs. A. D. delay in receiving.. your copy
the following] persons, : Mr. and Andrews Wednesday and Thumlay. when the book Is ready. Kilgora

Supt. E. R. Poppell has returned Snyder, mother of II. M. Snyder Rub-My-Tism cures bruises, cuts Mrs.. W. L. Wall and son, Harold; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Roberts and Seed Co., Plant City, Fltt. 12-3-51.

!, from an automobile trip to Sanford I had the misfortune to fall Wednesday burns, sores, tetter, etc. 2.11.21 and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. family, of Worthington; Springs, were

and Orlando. afternoon and break her arm. J: M. Brownlee) and children; Mr, and the guests of Mr and Mrs. A. D. Andrews FOR RENT-Will rent my farm 2
Ladies' Hats at about half priceat Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, of Thanksgiving.Cora ,miles from Starke, to desirable

Yard wide yellow homespun People's Grocery at depot will sell Stump's. Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. S. T. nt.1and\ Thompson of Jacksonville, is family for the year 1921. 80 acres

12 l-2c at Stump's. you fresh groceries hay grain and children of Gainesville; Mr. and l Mrs. the guest of Lorn Leo Canon. thoroughly stumped; two Bet of

sweet feed as cheap as anyone. Chas. F. Tatum a competent pharmacist William G. Rtringfellow. Helen Nuuright was a visitor to. buildings; new 2-hofHO steel mill;

C. L. Peek will return home tomor. late of Pensacola, is now at Jacksonville Friday new. furnace; 0,000 seed cane bank-
row after an absence of two weeks in Mrs. Ellery M. Davis who is teaching Turner's Drug Store. lie is a courteous Bargains in Dry Goods, Shoes! Loca Lee Canon was a victor to ed. Paul E.: Canova, Starke,. Fla.
Jacksonville. near Orlando, spent the Thanks gentleman and will be glad to and Heady-to-Wear at Stern- Lake Butler Tuesday, 11-2(1-31
giving holidays here with her hus- wait on customers and fill physicians' be rg's.
band.: prcHcriptions. Mr and Mrs A. J. Hohbs) of Macon "ourfont'y! Hack if Rat Simp Doesn't
24 Ib sack of best Self Rising Flour da., are the of Mr. and .
guests .
Rev A. E. Dunham, late rector of Come Up to .1'1.... Claims
for $1.50 at A. D. Andrews Company
Raiford Fla. You can save from $1 to $1 by With eggs/ at 70 cent a dozen, it Fayetteville church, Syracuse N. Y., Mrs. D. C. Canon. RAT SNAP IH absolutely guarun-
It. buying your Shoes at Stump's.Mrs. I takes only 26( to pay for a year's subscription is in Starke assigned to this point Mr and Mrs. l':. J. Tyson, Mr. and teed to kill ruts and mice. Cremates

I for the Telegraph./ Share by Bishop Weed of the Episcopal Mrs W. M. Whittcn, Earl WhitU-n them Rodents killed\ with RAT SNAP
Buy Christmas I
seals to fight tu I
berculosis. This disease is preventableand S. T. Dell and children of Home of your prosperity with the church. Mr. Dunham, Is a dingle man. and hump Andrews attended 1 the state leave no smelh Rats pass up all foodto

curable. Gainesville, spent Thanksgiving day I. printer by subscribing for the Telegraph I He has taken up his abode at the fair in Jacksonville Thursday ret nt RAT SNAI' Their first
at the home of her father Col. W. T. Episcopal parsonage Church street Iioca Lea Cason spent a couple of meal. Is their hint. RAT SNAV comes

The W. Weeks. and will supply Staike, Waldo Cedar days In Jacksonville during the week in cakes. No niKing. Cats or dogs will
B. .
Haynes cottage West
on -
Madison street has been rcshingled Prices reduced every day at Key Melrose and the State Farm E.: M. Johnson of Jacksonville was not touch it. 3.I1.t., Sic Otic, $1.25. ,'
and otherwise repaired. Knockers and pessimists, come to SlernbergVt.: the guest of friends<< Sunday. Sold and guaranteed by 4 1). C. Jones. 'Ir
the E. A. Strout Farm Starke
Agency We are closing out our Cloaks"
and get under the umbrella of opU Someone who must have hated water and Coat Suits ,
very cheap at - '
Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism "
'i ... ..
cism. M\ .
Neuralgia Sprains. 2-11-21 G. Inman Manager.Mrs. knocked over the public drinking Stump's.The -- ----- -- ---- -- ----- - -- 0 I

fountain during circuit court week. -- .

Special Saturday only, we offer nice L. A. Wynn and children spent Isn't it time the bond trustees have it Woman's Club will hold their' Don't
Wait For
]large apples at 35c a dozen., People's several days last Week in Jacksonville set up again, to furnish a thirsty pub. Something To '
Grocery Co. visiting her slater, Mrs. E. N. lie with hot or cold water, accordingto Unave s I aasele.e shill Tauac
Alexander. the season ronton vlt.lllu0,. canny by inirlfytof aDd %
Best grade overalls and jumpers, rkhlD*tha bluod. You urn faaa foal fc*Btrvfiaul"lufl. Happen.Will
$2.40 each, at Bryan's.T. You can positively save mon See Bryan about it. ID.1..d tfr: .,.',, Prlrela.\ .
ey by buying at Sternbel" 's.

G. Futch Esq., of Leesburg, had On Thanksgiving day the following IN YE OLDEN TIME
The W. C. T U. will
business in Starke the latter part of meet next party enjoyed a quail dinner on the
last week. Monday afternoon at three o'clock at banks of Santa Fe Lake: Mr. and Hoop "something happen to make rich?
the Methodist church. Mrs. A. Z. Ad. Mrs. I.. J. Wynn Dr. II. M. Clarvoc skirts you
were It'
a long chance that such an event will take
Men's $1.50 Work Shirts, 85c, king, leader. Mr. and Mrs. Will McEver 1.. A. W
r by place. At any rate it doenn't pay to wait. The men
at Stump's. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Miss t
If you are having to buy feed of Doris Scott and Wilbur Scott. those who who have advanced steadily in money matters are

Octagon Soap, 2 bars for 15 centsat any kind see Bryan -I first asked 0 the ones who started saving early in life

Bryan's. Every wife desires to please her 1 \ tho druggist

Mrs. James H. Ritch returned on husband. Give her a chance by taking for, and ineisted Building: a bank account ix" the l best way to

Paul E. Canova Jr., and Levy Ca. Thursday from Atlanta where she home a sack of Fancy. Picnic Flour on Have ,
nova spent Friday in Jacksonville at- had been visiting at the home of her from People's Grocery Co. f having;, tho

tending the big fair. brother Carlyle Peek I i' penulneGolden;
I' An account with Rood bank
We bt-lievc Bradford is the best 4 1 a gives you not

The prices are lower at Stern- We are closing out our Cloaks county in the world. If you do not 'L' Medical only the advantage: of your own savings, hut n bas

berg's. and Coat Suits very cheap, at believe it, you'l Ihave ta get vaccinatad. .. "'" Discovery is for borrowing additional capital when the opportunity -

Stump's. Come to E. A. Strout Farm put up by comes! to make good use of some ready r
Capt. and Mrs. Charles Chalker of Agency and get vaccinated. We furnish Dr. Pierce over fifty money.
Rockford Ill., announce the advent ofa Miss Jeannette Matthews spent the virus free. G. M. Inman, Starke- Dress has years
igo. changed
son on the 23rd Thanksgiving holidays with her sis I manager./ 12.3-tf.! ; very This hank makes
ult. of
ter at the Florida State College for much since then! But !Jr.) 1'ierco's I H specialty taking care of t
I j the needs/ of who deposit
Use Women Tallahassee. medicines contain tho same dependable money worthy persons keep a
, Liquid Smoke Preserver on 'Men's Suits as cheap as they account with UHf
' ingredients.
: your bacon. For sale by J. W. White were before the war. Stump's. They are l
& Son. 12-3.2t Among the week-end visitors to -- - standard today just as they were

.' .' .' Jacksonville were Mesdames J. M. Expert workmen have completed a fifty years ago.

No. 2 Tomatoes 10 cents per cant Alvarez W. J. Epperson, !Mr. and thorough remodeling of the residence Dr. Pit-roe's Golden Medical\ t

Bryan's.R. Mrs. W. E. Davis. known as the River's home on Madison Discovery for the stomach and

street, having fitted up two new blood cannot be surpassed byway BANK OF STARKE i I II

( A. Weeks and family, of Brook- Have jour shoe repaired by W. 12Trier. baths installed lights, sewage and remedy today.
i er, spent Thanksgiving day here at I Shop in the) Odd Fellows build Dr. 8 Favorite ,
| the home of Col. W. T. Weeks ing. First class materials and first Why Mr. Joe Armstrong Celebrated tion for weak women has Prescrip never I I E. S. Matthews Pres. Gto. C While Cashier 'f I lye
class workmar"h!|>. 112721Mr.
Dog Trainer, UMKat Snap Ix-cn equalled for tho distressing: I I I
Every day is bargain day at Noticed rats around my kennels complaint* incident to woman- _
and Mrs N.
T. Limbough and
j Stump's. having hundreds of prize dogs could hood. What others
Miss Alma McMillan motored Jacksonville fay:
to not take chances
" ."Cold; In the Uca Friday to take in the attractions In throe weeks every rat disappeared.; COLUMBUS: GA.-Tor a quarterof .

fa an \ frugal Catarrh of the state fair.Don't Noticed that the dogs a century I have considered Dr.
Th' UbiSci incfreq never went near
" ae .
'iii "cold In tliB I'ierce's Golden Mudicnl
"' headwin" '' and l that the u... or HAI.I.e RAT SNAP. I tell my friends about Discovery GENERAL INSURANCE
CAI'\JtIUf MI-.UiCINhJ will build up th.. forget that we are underselling RAT SNAP" Use this, sure rodent one of my favorite remedies. When
Kr.'l. _"..< U,. Hlmjd and rrn-lei, them all. Sternberg'sL. I was teaching school I
: exterminator it's safe. spent eight
'ft lens ImblH to "..:Ja. lt.pealed| l ulAcuia Comes in cake HAROLD C. WALL
b.. .! Catarrh ",ay lead tnl <> form. 3 sires, :3Gc, 05e, $1.25. Sold years in a malarial, swampy section,
H re'\'LL'9" l'.torrh t'ATAlinH, L. King ,left Wednesday after- and guaranteed by D. c. Jones, Starke and to keep my system In a condition
load'.,. Internally. sad aces through i)h. to ward off the malaria I used<< STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
,un. thu.Dn II.ri.. lL Sturm<"nK tl.n 8nrl.IO..r. Inllammatlun the fly.- Pile Cared In 6 to 1 4 Days The Quinine That Docs Not Affect The Head to take the 'Golden Medical Discov ,

lorinII'' normal inndltlmia. and DnuNtltt rrfan mm.y If PAZO OINTMENT lllto fcT*".."JT *. ">DIr end !lu.rlve off_. LAX A. ery.' This tonic kept min splendid LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
: Pt'
All' .u"'intl..ia rirculara triHt. curr, lu-lilnl.: Blmit UltMxHn, t.M PcMrwIlull TlVt: BROMO OUNINE O_.u> "".. to ..... health." '' I
*. J. 'b" .ntlv reqItrh 1 n0. Pi..... .nd benyoow eaLot4uu.M. -MRS. O. HENDEIWON.
Chetwy A DU run Yr h.naa..eur
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.f.3., 'i The Pre-War Christmas Gift Sale starts Saturday, Dec. 4thand lasts until Christmas Ever



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{ STARKE. Sam Rosenberg, Prop. FLORIDA I


a" i I This is the only man that gives you a Genuine Christmas Gift Sale, Sam Rosenberg, who bring prices of High- f"f"j

j class Merchandise to your door at a saving of 50 cents on the dollar. Come. Come and be convinced. A full ,.

line of Toys will be displayed, and gifts suitable for your children and friends. J

:' / A Special gift price on Clothing, Shoes, Men, Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear. This poster will allowus

to mention only a few of the many bargains offered to the buying public during this Christmas Gift Sale.

.( Come and see for yourself the many bargains displayed for your advantage. 4

$15.00 Ladies High Top Tan and Black Shoes $4.00 Men's $5.50 Lot of Shoes ((1

.,' Gift Sale Price ________________________ $4 49 Gift Sale Shoes.vJ. Gift Sale Price ________________________ $2.95

$ O.OO Men's Flannel and Serge Suits 55c Dress Ginghams $5.00 Ladies Shoes one lot
Gift Sale Price _____________________ dt-29.95 Gift Sale Price _____________________________ 31 C Gift Sale Price ________________________ $2.95

," $35.00 Men's Suits 40c .Ginghams. $3.00 Men's Overalls ''.

,, Gift Sale Price .____________________ $17.95 Gift Sale Price _____________________________ 22c Gift Sale Price ________________________ $ 1 .89 '
a .1
: ,* $2.25" Value Overalls, andn Serviceable
> Strong

-..: $15.00 Gift Men's Sale Price Serge__Pants______________________ $6..95 30c Gift and Sale 35c Price Apron__Ginghams___________________________ 1 l J C Gift Sale Price ________________________ $1 63 ,. ,
1 ,. $2.00 Boys' Overalls, the kind that lasts :' IGift j

+ I... $10.00 Men's Sale Price Pants________I__-.11._+ ____________'$4.6 5 35c Gift Homespun Sale Price35c _____________________________ 17 C Gift Sale Price ____________ $1 ,49 r I:,

'I+ $3.00 Men Work Pants OutingSale $1.50 Overalls $1 2 9 "
$1.79 23 Gift Sale Price
'( Gift Sale Price--------------4--------- Gift Price C
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;(,(a $1.50 Men's Work Shirts Cases $2.00 Boys' Shirts > Q
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__________________.... 9. $1.95 Gift Sale Price ------------------------ *fl> 3/
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x'u:' Gift Sale Price _ Price ________________________...
; $2.50 Men's Dress Shirts
{ $2.00 Men's Work Shirts $2.00 Suit Good Grade 'Gift Sale Price _______________________' $ .:2 9
Gift Sale Price ._____<._..-______________'$119 Gift Sale Price ________________________._____.98c -
Men's Neck Ties
, $1.50 Fleece Lined Underwear, garment $35.00 Ladies Coats and Suits Gift Sale PriceMen's 49c <
89c -----------------------------
; Gift Sale Price _________________________... Gift Sale Price. -----------------------$18.95 Caps t ti+

\L $1.50 Men's Elastic Seam Drawers 89c $15.00 Ladies Dresses, all sizes Gift Sale Price ____________-________________ 69c <:
Gift Sale Price -----------------------__... Gift Sale Price _:.._________________________$ .95 ;1
Men's Leather Gloves l
$5.00 and $6.00 Men's Hats $15.00 Ladies Skirts, all wool ___ .$1.29 f
1 Gift Sale Price --_._________ i__________ $2.95 Gift Sale Price _______________________. $8.45 Gift Sale Price ,--------------. ---------

$3.00 Boys' Hats $10.00 and $12.00 Ladies Silk Skirts $3.00 Gift Ladies'Sale Price Hose._______________________....$' .95
Gift Sale Price ________________________ ...95c Gift Sale Price _______________________...$5.95 .
Ladies' $2.25 Hose
$15.00 Men's Shoes, High Top, Tan and Black $6 99 $15.00 Ladies Waists, all colors' $5 98 Gift Sale Price _______________________________98c
r Gift Sale Price ----------,..-------------- Gift Sale Price _______________________... .
h Ladies' $1.00 Hose
$8.00 Work Shoes, Guaranteed $10.00 Ladies Silver and Gold Trimmed TricotineGift Gift Sal.e Price _______________________________49c
Gift Sale Price _________________________ $3.89 Sale Price -----_______________________$4. .79
I 75c Ladies Silk Hose
$4.00 Work Shoes $2 85 $6.00 Lot Ladies Crepe, Voile and Silk Waists 89 Gift Sale Price _________ ______________....23c
Gift Sale Price Gift Sale Price .
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75c Ladies Lisle Hose, Black'
I 1 7/ $10.00 Men's Silk Shirts Good Quality $12.00 Ladies Slip-over Underskirt sr 95 Gift Sale Price ________________________....18c
r. Gift Sale Price _________________________. $4.29 Gift Sale Price ________________________ $ .

'V: t $2.00 Gift Men's Sale; Sweaters Price .. __ ________________._$'j .19. $15.00 Gift Lot Sale Ladies Price Coat_Suits_______________.$5.49 Zl/ Ib. Best Self Rising Flour _____________________$1.69
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fl;, ( 15c Rice _______,.________________________________ .08 .,
I: 75c Men's Socks 47 C $10.00 Lot Sport Coats $2 95 15c Sugar lb ________________________________ .12 1-2 ,
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Gift Sale Price Gift Sale Price, from
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r 15c Tomatoes, No. 2 Cans _______________________ -09
1 50c Men's Hose $3.00 Ladies Fleeced Underwear, garment Gift Sale Price ____________________________ ...3C Gift Sale Price ------------------------ -*fi> 1. JL V 6c :Meal pr per lb __-=_--==___=_==---=-=_=__=_=-_j__- .04

25c Men's Hose $1.00 Ladies Stockings Green Coffee, per lb ________________.____________ .13 ,
Gift Sale Price ____________________________ 11 C Gift Sale Price ____________________________ 59e Ground Coffee, per Ib ___________________________ .19 ;',
Charmers Coffee can .___ .30
15c Men's Handnkerchiefs Thread, per spool ----- ----------------
Gift Sale Price ________________________________9c Gift Sale Price _______________________________ 4e :Maxwell House Coffee, lb _________________________ .40 .
lOc Pepper and Spices .04
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$6.00 and $7.00 Douglas Shoes $10.00 Ladies Hats 'j
$5.00 Gift Sale Price $2.95 Gift Sale Price $4.7 5 Corn, per sack ----______________________________ 2.85 ,
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Jelly, per glass _n_______________________________ .13
I $2.00 Gift Sale Price ________________n______. .69c THOSE WHO PAY THEIR BILLS BY JANUARY 1, 192V Syrup, per gallon ----____________________________ .93

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This isthe only Man and the Store offering a Cut Price Christmas Gift Sale to the Public .

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A. V. Lane, of Eustis exhibited a I
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. large diamond back rattlesnake Mon-

r ww______.._+__________ ._rY rwwww day which he had captured near town s
While walking up from the lake groveto
News his house! Mr. Lane noticed the Here's f
t..LiveStaje snake in a ditch, his attention being somefhiitg4o
..J attracted by its striking at his bird
dog which was ahead of him. lie
Told by Our Exchanges. called to Mrs. Lane to bring the gun,

.. but later decided to the lei
.. _----- capture rep- soak in
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tile alive. Mrs. Lane kept watch -
W. II. Lewis one of Fort Mead's lando, was fleeced of $1,900 by clever while he made wire lasso arrangementwith
cattle kings, shipped three carload. of manipulation of a fake stock ex- which he succeeded in lassoing /
cattle through the country to W. A. change transaction. So far as is and capturing the snake, which is a WHILE I. was. overseas THAT POCKETS could bold, i x
Johnson of Fort Ogden. known no arrests were .made and genuine diamond back rattler, seven USED lick. s e eWE
While one steamship;; is finishingthe happened.Martin is still wondnering how it all feet long and with eight rattles. l water.. .
jokea. them.
last of a large cargo of kalnit Mrs Mary Loughnot filed suit for . *
from Germany, another vessel put in- Construction of stockyards and an $50,000 ramaees; against the St. Petersburg n / / ABOUT ARMY raincoats. WAS RUINED. :
to port at Pensacola with a cargo of abbatoir of approximately $75,000 in Lighting Company for the 4 n .

kainit.A cost is under way near the city limits death of her husband, who was electrocuted BUT FRANCE is very moist. EXCEPT MY cigarette. f
of Jacksonville .
for Farris & Co., several weeks in the
carload of grapefruit pool candywas wholesale meat dealers. The ago I AND ALL our stuff. LUCKILY THEY wero.
cty$ yard of the home of his wife'
par .
shipped to the north by the Car-
commission hag ordered the laying of r
ents. Loughnott went into the yardto WAS ALWAYS wet "SATISFY" SMOKES.
ley & Robinson factory at St. Petersburg anyway.SO
8-inch main the
an to plant. Construe
see what was the effect of a broken e *
2,000 pounds of the candy is
tion work will be rushed with all ,
pos- lighting company wire that had been IT didn't matter. WRAPPED NEATLY up. \ :
made in the factory every day. sible speed. .
blown down in a storm and had crossed -
the secondary wire leading to the BUT WHEN I cot borne.I IN GLASSINE paper.
With fine granulated sugar quotedat Not since the last week in April, house. The chicken wire fence in the . * m
$8.75 to $9 on the new York mar- 1910, has there been such of DIDN'T know enough. SO ITS a cinch.
a run yard was highly charged with electricity
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kets, a local echo'was the offering of mackerel St. Andrews
at there and
as he kept away from that, TO STAY Inside. YOU WANT the smokes.
this very necessary household :productat was one day recently. It is estimated but the steel rod of his umbrella came e . e
ten cents per pound in Pensacola that over 200,000 pounds were taken in contact with a wire clothes line WHEN IT rained. THAT "SATISFY.

Thursday. I i by the fishermen. Two carloads were that was also charged and he was instantly . .
sent to New York, a large quantity killed. BUT WORE the old slicker.ESPECIALLY WHEN wearing,
Erection of a big new phosphate to Jacksonville and every point south I '_ . .
elevator at Tampa and dredging the of the Ohio river supplied with ship- A strange incident happened at OUT IN the rain. AN O. D. raincoat:
entire canal to a depth of 27 feet instead ments. Cleveland Friday morning. A h
of the 24 1-2 feet at present, man NOW
J .AND know.
apparently a tourist from abroad, ; t
I tear' off the glaaalna
which the Atlantic Coast NEVER
are Under a charge of murder, Matt armed with an axe, came up there ) Open your package of -
Line is now working on, to be completed Dennis was arrested at his home near i from Fort Myers, went to the water THOSE JOKES held water. Chesterfields at the top only. The
s this winter. I Tallahassee and placed in the county front where the yacht "Fern" was outer covering of waxed paper protects
i, I"jail. lie was charged with the mur- lying, boarded the vessel and deliberately .. AND SO do the costa the cigarettes from moisture
The first message via wireless fromSt. der of John Holley, another negro chopped a hole in her bottom, while in your pocket and preserves
Inside. the
"satisfy" flavors of those
Petersburg's $100,000 naval radio who had been shot by Dennis a week causing it to sink. lie was and is the . Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. fine
station was flashed at 6 o'clock Sunday ago. The shooting occurred at a saw owner of the yacht, it is said. Being AND I never know. matter what the weather, Chester
t afternoon. Among the "pickups"of mill but the affair was kept quiet by notified that he would not be permitted . S fields always "sofisfyf"a
the station during the day was ones friends of the two men until Holley to sink her in the channel, he engaged '
from Seattle, Wash./which had started died. a power boat and had her tow-
;ti 3,500 miles from St. Petersburg. I ed out of the channel to the spot
Forty two-room bungalows are be- where he sunk her. On arriving at
Wholesale quantities of whiskey ing erected on the shore of Lake Jackson Cleveland, he announced his Intention
, have been landed at Oldsmar recently ,,; at Sebring and will be rented to to sink the yacht; whereupon llcstetfi.14 r'gr
and taken to Tampa by automobile :,winter, visitors. While email these several gentlemen tried earnestly to
trucks: in the middle of the night. |I houses are provided with every con- dissuade him from doing such a thing
Prohibition officers from Tampa have venience for light housekeeping.. A urging him to either present the ves-
been on the scene attempting to cap- large number of houses and bungalows sel to some worthy charity, or sell it I
ture the operators but have been un- 1; have been erected at Sebring and give the proceeds to some deserv. CIGARETTES

successful.! J i, during the past few months and ma- ing cause, but they failed to swerve ,
i t terial is on the ground for many him from his determination and so he 4 a/.d1a..t
The airplane passenger; between more. proceeded to sink the yacht. After ; ;,

I Miami! and Eimini, Cuba, Jacksonville I having carried out, his .intention, heboarded
ann Palm Beach will otIe maintainedthis I i The Jacksonville police are of the me southbound noon train D 11

winter, according to Officials of i opinion that there are more crooks, and returned to Fort Myers taking
the companies announcement. Twelve I]i thieves and confidence men of all descriptions the axe with him. It is stated that a cent visitors to Jacksonville. -

passenger airplanes, three of them. j! in that city at present than few weeks ago he paid $ROOO cash Mr. and Mrs. V. R., Reddish, Miss
carrying fifteen passengers each, will i j" ever before in the history of Jackson- for the yacht. After buying itl he Cora Mae Reddish
be put in service early in December I i ville. It is said that hundreds of"rata" sent or took it to the shipyard at and Mrs. R. R. Thede were Roy visitors to, Kill That Cold With
have followed the fair Cleveland for
state to an overhauling, and it Starke and Raiford Friday
The capture last night of the Peer this city. It is known that there area had been there two weeks awaiting Mrs. J. Ferris has ..

,o less, a small schooner, brings the to- I number of very "smooth ,boys" attention; but the yard was and is after spending several weeks returned with home relatives ... 'Lt:
tal number of craft there. rushed with +
engaged in the work and could not give in Chicago.
bootlegging! game between Bimini prompt attention to the "Fern. This
,and Miami taken by the federal authorities A large school of blue fish were delay, some suppose, may have so exasperated Mrs. Ben Rowe and children were r
in the last three weeks to sporting off shore at Las Olas beach the owner that he "lout his visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday. CASCAItA.a "
five, according to a statement by the Tuesday and the bathers enjoyed the head" and did the ridiculous thing he Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of QUININE

authorities. sport of driving them in so close to did. He never, however, gave any Jacksonville, spent several days in
I I the shore than the breaking waves reason for the deed. Law ley with Mr and Mrs. A. M. AND i

William Murphy, who was recently ', landed them high and dry and then --- Blanchard.Dr. Colds, Conchs OM\O La Grippe
l' sentenced to thirty days on the road the bathers had to rush to get them LAWTEY G. W. Brown andn son, Clifton
; gang for beating his way on a rail- further in before the next wave carried attended the fair at Jacksonville last Neglected Colds are DangerousTake

road train wan shot and instantly them out again. A great many Lawtey, Dec. 3J. E. Brown visit- Thursday. no chances. K...p this standard remedy handy for th. Aral _...
killed in New Augustine Monday by fish were caught but the novelty of ed relatives in Gainesville the first Mrs. Alex Williams, of Jacksonville Breaks .n
Convict the has been the guest of Mr. and up a cold In 24 hour- ROlli."..
Guard Frank Quigley while sport, not the fish, was the at- part of last week. Orippa In 3
da-Eac.U.nt for
the prisoner was! making an attack on traction. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Edwards I' Mrs. G. W. Stokes. Headache .
were In .
Quinine this form
do .
the officer. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss Mary Boyer was a visitor to L.x. not affect the bead-Caeca r a I. b..t Tonic
I Opiate In Hill's.
I i Capt. II. A. Johns, representative of Mr. and Mrs J. W Barber and Raiford Friday. j, ALL
The Western Union made an attempt ['the United Sugar Corporation at Pa- children were visitors to Jacksonville A. M. Blanchard is visiting rein- : DRUGGISTS
to connect the newly laid cable latka, has received notice that 1,000 Wednesday. lives in Jacksonville this week I I SELL IT lI

f to the Barbadoes. When the Western I tons of the finest need cane :procurable Mrs E. L. Biggs, of Starke, visited Mrs. Colon Miller and children, of.,
Union crew made their appearance had been shipped and will be furnished relatives in Lawtey Thursday. North Georgia arrived Tuesday and
the government patrol boat met to those who have agreed to plant Jesse Reddish was a visitor to the will spend several weeks at the home ,
r them and the officer forbade further for the sugar refinery at Palatka. The Wateroak section first of the week. of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Reddish. I
\ work. Armed marines were stationed ; United Sugar Corporation is going Miss Joyce Terry spent: several days Mike Futch returned home from ,
on the barge containing the cable. | right ahead with its plans for the establishment with relatives in Jacksonville last Jacksonville last week.
of a refinery and the con. week. G. M. Joyner and family moved to i IKzztOX3. *
( Recently William Martin, of St. tract for the erection of the mill will Fred and Robert Moore attended Plant City first of the week.
, ( Cloud, Minn., a winter visitor at Or- I'' he awarded in Philadelphia early in the state fair in Jacksonville Satur- Mrs. Charles Dinkinn and sons,
:' I December. Robert and Lawrence, spent Thinks-
SEEDSPlant day.Rev. giving day in Jacksonville with rela-
Drown was a visitor to Jacksonville -
Martin's Hy-Test Seed for I Joseph Turton, an automobile me- Wednesday.Mrs. tives.Marcus
1,, Good Results I chanic, was arrested at Tampa on a Ben Rowe was a visitor to Drown, of Starke, spent
, charge of effecting the death of his : Starke first of the week. Sunday in Lawtcy at the home of his
Beans. Peas, Potatoes and Onion]'I wife by poison. The arrest was ,made Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede were re- parents. .
; Sets. Largest and Oldest Established -I tat the instance of the parents of his W. E. Torode! and non, Edwin, attended I "SS_ Small size Michelin. are made of the
t Seed House in the State '1 wife who live in Methuen, Mass., who the fair in Jacksonville on name quality material, by the same
) garden and Field Seed for Fall' came here recently and engaged a de- ASPIRINName Thanksgiving day. careful workmen In the name modern
f:l Plant Inc. Seed Oats!!, Rve, Rar-i I I tective to go into the case. They said Enoch Griffin spent Wednesday and factory that have made Michelin
,.\ ley Millet. New crop Turnip, they became suspicious when Turton Thursday in Jacksonville.Ed Ring-ahaped Tubes and other Miche- 4 4n

,I' Cabbage, Egg Plant, Pepper j i telegraphed them Oct. 4th, that his "Bayer" on Genuine Rigdon and family moved to lie product. famoull.SMITH'S .
wife had died Plant City last week
: SEND FOK FALl. CATALOG in a hospital. of some
'1"1 unknown"' disease," and later wired Mrs. Lowery visited. relatives in
. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO., them that her death was the result of Starke Tuesday
PA (ACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA sleeping sickness Mr. and Mrs E. E. liurricy attended -
f', the fair last week.A. !$

v R B. Prcvatt, of Jacksonville is
Spending a few days with relatives
\11. ,,lr? I here.David

..:. asp Durban, Jr., of Jacksonville,
.:.:. 6-lJ - ; spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. GARAGE I
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Starke Fla.
Take ,
Aspirin :
only a. told in each pack- e
Af1:11: of genuine Ito er Tmblvts of Aspirin.
Tiara you will be following the direction You Do More Work, < .
s, I sad do"AgO! worked out *>5 physiouLiB You are more ambitious and you Ret more
during 21 ywirs, and proved safe by millions enjoyment out of everything when your .
j Take no chance with ubstftuU. blood is in good condition. Impurities In
v If you am the Bayer Gross on tablet, the blood have a very depressing effect on Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
RI 4 ,.. p7 ppqj'rd / ] K\A\ .can take. them! without fear for the system, causing weakness, laziness if you order your fcrtiliyer -
IdIoIUPx hMrantin> JIdarhI'J., 'fexrth NfluraJlI.'la, Khoumatiem i nervousness and sicknens.JROVE'S without getting: our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
/-lie Lumlmgn! andfor ( TASTELESS Chill TONIC Materials prompt shipment. Order
Pm. now. I'ertili/erx: In-
, Itll soon fee in Museums cart few Hand? tin boxm of twelve| tablet restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying secticides Sprayers .
l'entL Dniggiatn also!. sell)) |larger! and Enriching the blood. When you feel Supplies.
Bayer Man faciturresofh oaajasr.Idr Its strengthening, invigorating effect: see E. O. PAINTER>> FKKTILIZEIt CO.:

Calomel Ipses you a day! You know what calomel Is. It's ester of $ it how It brings color to the climks and how JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
improves the appetite, you will then
; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous. It crashes Into appreciate Its true tonic value.

sour bile like dynamite cramping and sickening you. Calomel 1ID u c>ntnm lIIf.'XDIDmauDalfIRDmc GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC : and Mrs I1 I Durban. Habitual' constipation; Cured

ik attacks the bones and should never be put into COFFINS & CASKETS Is IRON not and a patent medicine., It la simply MlHH Mackery wan a visitor to Jack- In 14 to 21 Maya r
your system. : So QUININE suni> ridnd In Syrup sonville Wednesday.Elder "LAX-FOS WITH I'EPSSN" U' a 1Ip""IIs1.yJ"'I'oredSyrup -
And Full Line pleasant even children like it. The Tonic.Laxa'ive Habitual',
a of
" Take "Dodson's blood nwidii Quinine to Purify end IRON 1 If(. V. Skipper, of Live Oak, CoiiHlipation. It relieves promptly hut
Liver Tone" Instead I Undertaken' Supplies to Enrich IL These reliable tonic prop filled hit appointment at the Advent should be taken regularly tot 14 to 21 days
When ---- erties never fall to drive out impurities in church Thursday and Friday induce action..
you feel blliou. the blwjd. evening to regular It Stimulate and
sluggish, calomel. It ia guaranteed to start AUTOMOIilLE IIEARSE *. J Ketiulatns. Very Pleasant to Tak* GUciwr
conatipated and all knocked out and your liver without stirring Always on hand. The best nor- The StrenfthlkeatingPowerof! GROVE'S Mis Ui-Jlji 'h ,ttle.
you up TASTrXLSS Chill IONIC has I oH and Helen Blanchard
believe you need a <]o,. of dangerous Inside, and can not salivate. vice at the lowest prices. Spe- lie favorite tonic In thousands of mad home li- attended the fair in Jacksonville on .

calomel Jut remember that your Don't take calomtll It makes yon cial attention to telegraph or- More than thirty-five yeure ngn, fulk. Thanksgiving day. ---

druggist eella for a few cents large sick the next day; it loses you a day's en. Registered Embalmer. would TASTELESS ride; a long Chill distnrirn to !gem, (.KOVIi J:;.': Messrs. I). Howe, Louis Marr, Arthur I Why Bank Of'lclala Get Gray
work TONIC:
bottle of Dodeon'a Liver Tone, which Dodaon's Liver Tone atralgbt- member uf their family had Mnluria when II Pearce and J. T Reddish motored "Jy! the way, Alrll. Hrnull ttiut Uiuck
fa l entirely vcgetatl and pleaaant. to en. you right up and you feel great DcWTIT C. JONES needed n bmfv-building.' st-cngtli-giving M to Jacksonville Thursday to attend yon li-riOHltcit (lie. otluT dny clinic back a
tk and I I. a perfect ub.tltut. Give It to the children because It la STARKE, FLA. tonic ',The formula is just the slime today the fair. marked, 'No funds'i( tliafilul I
perfectly k.rmlu. and doeav'l gripe. anal you can got It from any drug Karl Roberta was a visitor to Kill- won't del>"Mll It title Unto I'U cash It j
I Mare hOn per bottle ford Friday. IOIlI"ud.-LlCe. .


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