Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
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 10, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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>.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04576
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
alephbibnum - 000579551
electronic_aleph - 003298621
electronic_oclc - 60662535
lccn - sn 95047406
lccn - sn 95047406
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
'----'r --- -.--.- ,--,--_ ...,- '
lay-r, '- '
.. ."" -W'\. \.
"" . ... .
.' t..t 'o-.1\"t\'I: .>j ..'r'iw. _.,....I'.t.n-< -_'.r.. .;;: ,,)01't. .. "' >;I( , f,. :., ';..r", '1. ... ., .. ,1., '""'fj' f f .- .' ,, ', ', v

.. .
t" .;.

: ,
.. ..

1Brtt fnrb

; __- Subscription-Per Year $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable-.;;in' Advance. = E. S. Matlhevrs..EdUjji> ttd'lvroprietor.'

j Established 1879. ._ .


" 4(" -.,...- ................ j"



.. I il .,: :! :
OF ;
.' WHEELS .. S. Army Inspector Well Pleased AFTERNOON-OFFICERS --- \
; .I PASSENGER TRAIN IN The Woman'. Club .of 'Starke met APPROPRIATION AGGREGATING ,. With CompanyThe FIND HUGE STILLS ON FARM I The farmer have long been accustomed : '
LOCAL YARDS. Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock 4653000000.. -- to doing business on a small l
i at the residence of Mrs. Roacoe Me- '- 4th seperate company infantry, I margin of profit. In fact few of them :i.

t; Courier) Lane the hostesses for the afternoon Washington Dec. 6..-.-Congress- .re-I, N. G., F., underwent an inspection at \1.ckaonville.'Dec. 9.-ErneHt Van have had the habit of doing businessin
(Plant City being Mrs. McLane and Mr*. J. M. convened today with the customary the armory Monday night by Major Boor, 50, and Maxie Bunch 20, white a business-like way. The average
I;If, The verdict of the coroner' jury in Mitchell. The double parlor of this brief and routine opening sessions I Moore of the.U. S. regular infantry: farmers were hot and killed about farmer. If he gets through the year
the case of the body of II. C*_ urreney pretty bungalow home were attractively I which were attended by great crowd. I''The inspection was the most thoroughthat three mile. from Whitehouse at about with hi. debt paid or his mortgage .
who wss killed by a Seaboard Air decorated. with crimson and and marked by an address, in the senate ,! has ever taken place in Stark 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Immediately moderately reduced, and has small
41f line train Wednesday morning, was gold autumn leave., holly and vases President-elect Harding, as a and each man had to answer numerous after the double killing Dan sum to bank, feel that he is making . -
his death through and brothers well money and lets it At that. Not .
that he came to of choice roses. historic feature. Senator question bearingon matters a John Ilyaler and go
unique and
failure to notice the approach of the The newly elected president, Mrs. Harding took hi. answered his soldier must know.-But.:Major Moore known in that section of the county one |In 100 could tell what it costs to
'train. Mr. Surrency wal struck by W. E .Middleton. occupied the chair when the senate roll was called 1 treatment of the men was of such an surrendered to the authorities and produce a bushel of wheat or corn, or .\ :
name ,.
t> the Bartow "short" passenger train and conducted the meeting in an able and made brief address from the agreeable! nature that'the boy were were brought to this city and placedin fatten a beef or hog for market. Very '\1'
at a lIBing.oppo.ite the Warnell manner and was assisted by the secretary rostrum. .a ,favorably Impressed. . the Duval county jail. They are few ever give the farm any" credit for .
mill at bout 10:30: in the morningand Mrs. L. A. Davis. After transacting 'I'i'i At the conclusion of the inspection brothers of Tom Hysler a deputy the living of the family which comas .4
was killed almost instantly. The considerable busines the club Other features of the'opening Major Moore expressed himself sat sheriffof Duval county.. I from the farm, and w'htch form* 'avery I
entire train with the exception of the had the pleasure of hearing an address the third and final session of the six-: j i. isfied with the company, both as to Sheriff W. II. Dowlmg's office was important Item in the expense -. ,
rear trucks of the last. coach passed from Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Law- ty-sixth congress were receipt of annual ,'appearance and soldierly knowledge notified of the shooting and Deputy the city man has to meet.' -

t over his body.Engineer toy who I I. state secretary of the bureau appropriation estimate and introduction aggre-i. Jt would be hard. Indeed to find a Sheriffs Mead Hunt J. A. McCloud But the farmer. are fast waking up .
J. S. Haven testified at of information. Mr*. Moore talk- gating $4,653,000,000, finer company of soldier outside, of and Al limes immediately went to the to the necessity of figuring productioncosts.
r1. the 'coroner'** inquest in the office of ed charmingly in regard to club of an unusual volume of new ]I the show _regiments of the regular scene .The Hyslers claim self-de The complete elimination of the
Coroner J... D.. Smith Wednesday work and also gave a summary of the tills and resolutions. army. Many of the soldiers are ex- fence It is said they had been attacked handsome profits which they figured
i-_ afternoon. He. said that he- was engineer annual convention of F. F. W. C., Senators held u'p their bills .until |!service men, but they all look and by the two men. on making on this year' crops has
on Seaboard train No. 402 which was held in Tallahassee last ''tomorrow in accordance with the custom drill as veterans. The body of the younger man was set them to thinking as never before. )
. known a* the Bartow "ihort," which month. of limiting the- first day to formal - -. found dead about ten feet I inside of They know that they have produced '

wa dawn by engine No. 174, which During the social l period little Miss convocation. .ELMER: MCMILLAN'S BIRTHDAY the front gate of the VanBoor farm record crops in most instances, and
truck' Mr. Surrency. Mr. Haven ;, Lucile Mitchell recited in a beautiful The principal business of today' PARTY I I and the body of the elder man was they have a vivid recollection of the ; -
stated: I If manner the..poem, "My Shadow." session was to arrange for receipt tomorrow I! lying near the house, and about fifty hard labor and big expense, involvedin '
"When approaching the Warnell This little girl has a decided talent of President Wilson' opening Saturday afternoon, Dec 4th, Elmer yards from the !gate. the production of those crops under -
!>; mill their dummy was'switching and for expression, and her readings are messsge. A joint committee called I McMillan entertained a small number An ax was lying beside the body of discouraging circumstances. Now.when !' \,
.! I was running about 12 miles per hour always enjoyed by her audience. upon the president at the White of his friends at a birthday party given j I Maxie Busch and a heavy 'piece of they are looking for tho; rcwt4 '.
" : I was within 75 or 100 feet of the Mrs. McLane and Mrs. Mitchell House and the latter receiving them j I by his parents at their home on wood-evidently the singletree of a for all their excessive toil"And expense : f
; man before I saw him Hi. back was assisted by Mrs. J. E. Wilson and I in the Blue Room told them he would,Thompson Street celebrating his 10th plow- or a wagon-was found near they are met with prices which I
, turned toward the engine and he was Mrs. A.z.., Adkins, served a beauti- have a communication tomorrow. lie I Ii birthday.The VanBoor' body., mean serious loss. The fall in price ,
I;. standing: on the crossing when Itruck.I fully appointed salad. course composed i; did not state whether he would send j I living room and dining room Both 'were' shot III the head, only which the city dweller greet .with Joy :. i
The bell was ringing: and I blew the of chicken salad olives, saltines, coffee or read his message, but it was understood were decorated with potted plants and one bullet taking effect in each body. and gladness carries a,, different mos- J
, whistle when I saw him.' The engine and whipped cream. the favor for that the former course would 1 i cut flowers the color scheme of red The Hysler brothers gave themselves I sage to his country brother. To"him
: ? wa very close to him when I law each guest being a boutonniere pf be pursued. j I and green being carried out. After up to the ,deputies who first I it means more than the loss on this
him. We are not required to flag that Christmas holly. While refreshment The .senate was in session ,twenty, many game. were played the childrenwere :arrived! on the. scene. TlBsp; officers year' crop.? It mean that he must .' .
crossing, but I applied the brakes immediately were being served a number of exquisite :-five minutes and the house notwithstanding invited to the dining room and I' immediately .communicated with the draw on the surplus of previous year' ,
i, upon seeing the man and selections were rendered on its longer roll call, only I/ refreshments served consisting of I I sheriff' office by telephone and Sheriff profits, If he would keep his bead .
every effort was made to stop the the victrola. twice: as long. New members elected grape juice, cake and marshmallows. ,I Dowling, William Vinrant, Jr., and above water. It mean an increase of .. : .
train before striking him.* .- ..- -e- ____ last November to fill 'vacancies were Don Hoover received a box of candy I'others went to the faim. and made a the mortgage stricter ,economy and 1
Engineer Haven and Fireman Henry MISS VIVIRETTE FLOYD ENTERTAINS sworn in "and adjournment taken un. |, as a prize for throwing the most ringson complete investigation. heavier taxes to be met from a 'decreased t
Johneonn who were on the engine ; til noon tomorrow when both bodies the'crown's nose Mrs. G. C. Sweat Still DiMrovered revenue., Little woniW that !

- when it struck Mr. Surrency, completed i plan after receiving the president's assisted in entertaining the young These officers discovered that the the farmer generally are dissatisfied. r 4
their run to Tampa after the to to work. folks. Little wonder that
Saturday evening Miss Vivlrette message, proceed Van Door farm of they are looking -
.' accident Wednesday morning, but returned Floyd celebrated her fifteenth birthday As usualthe senate session proceeded .. i -i tion for the manufacture was a seat of opera illicit everywhere for relief, appealing U
to Plant City for the inquest by giving a theatre party to a with dignified calm and the SERGEANT PEEK PROMOTED A the 'govf>rnment and the banks for .
whiskey. still of
Wednesday afternoon. The train did Few of her friends. After enjoyingthe' house with.,boisterous confusion. :The copper 125 gallons money to hold their crops oft the mar- ii
ii not move from over the remains of pictures at the Gaiety Theatre tatter's roll call was taken amid a At an election at the armory last capacity, two copper stills of fifty RH In 'the vain hopoto force prices '
' the unfortunate.jnan however until the party went to Mitchell' 'drugstore j bedlam of felicitations of returning Thursday night First Sergeant JulIan gallon capacity_ and one still of up to'.a point thaVwlll at least, return
Coroner Smith had impanneled a jury and enjoyed delicious refresh members and conversation of members -I L. I'eek was elected second lieu j"mash"forty gallon: capacity, 1,500 gallons of to them thivrost of ;pioduction.
' .and begun an investigation. ments followed by a jolly automobileride. I and spectator tenant: of Company F, first infantry (crude substance from which They have sccn* the government exercise
* . Other evidence produced: at the .inquest ., Galleries of' both bodies were Jam-I N. G. F., which Is the designation for whiskey Is distilled) contained in 27 its great power. frequently i I. -
,' Wednesday afternoon wee to The guests included Misses Ethel med and thousands of persons stood i I the local military company. Second I large: barrels and about ten gallons behalf of the laboring man, forcing
{; the effect that Mr.' Surrensy had been Griffin Audrey. Johns, Margaret Long In the halls. to catch glimpses and Lieutenant W. M. Wainwright had of ises.whiskey being found on the prem the price of labor to till the fields -

tl talking to Charlie Winston near the' Elizabeth Brownlee, Iris 'Epperson sounds of the proceeding within.) resigned, hence the vacancy. The result The up to a prohibitive point and,with It,
. crossing on the Warnell side of the Messrs. Charlie Johns Harry Canova About the capitol conference of par- of the.election was sent to Adju. ,I burned officers destroyed tho stills and all the necessities of the farms, TJicy
; Seaboard main line; that he had been Levy Canova Telfair Long, Thomas ty leaders cafe dinner parties and tant General Cotta, who has confirmed the mash and containers A cannot understand why ,their own
I waiting for the Warnell engine,which Limbaugh Joe Wainwright. Mla surging crowds in the, corridors furnished the nomination under special order I building about 20x40 fuel used as a government should be so considerateto
t was switching, to pass and that when Haggle Dakle and Mr. Harold Wall other opening session atmos No. 101. .The many friends of consumed distillery, "also the caught Ire and .vau organized labor, and so stern and -
the Warnell engine had passed he acted as chaperoned. .' I I phere. Lieutenant Peek congratulate him on by flames.Brother harsh to the appeal of the farmers

started to'cross the Seaboard main The program for tomorrow's inauguration his promotion. ;Make StatementIn It looks unfair to them -an4 they
line. The evidence showed that Mr.urrency'e .-----. -
of actual work called for debate commenting the shouting discrimina
upon are grumbling over the
attention -was attracted by AT PINE FORESTRev. In the senate on the bill for fed- CARD OF THANKS Deputy Sheriff Hysler last night said: tion. Never since the fir.t'o't.llbA-
the Warnell engine. eral regulation of the meat Industry I "1 have had
not an opportunity total tion of central grain market have
Henry Johnson, fireman on the Bar- John Mullady will preach- and for the launching of immigrationrestriction We wfirh to thank the people of at with brother However .
length my varied have
price so greatly as they
Pine Forest school house Saturday -
tow testified Brooker and surrounding communityfor
"short. substantially legislation In the house. I
I know they fired upon Van in the past few months.* Wheat which
the same as the engineer except he night Dec. 11th. All are Invited.ST. The house immigration committee bill the kindness and assistance shown
,hoer when these men attacked sold above $3 per bushel In the Kan-
Mid, that he did not see the accident during our sickness.
prohibiting immigration two year us them
with and the
: one an ax las City market last June J. now- eU.illg -
as he was on the opposite side of the MARK'S was reported out today and the rule. D. W. flaxen and Family.BAPTIST . 1 Other with a heavy piece of wood. around $I.8O, and'10'cents lower
\ engine from that which Mr. Sur- - ----.----
on --- committee tomorrow will consider a "
, 1 am aware that VanBoor and his fur December delivery. Corn in car-
rency was standing. He stated that Third Sunday in Advent. Morning rule for its immediate consideration, companion have for some time expected lots sold close to $2 per busheln
the engineer blew.the whitttecontin.uoueiy service at 11 a. m. A cordial welcomeis under limitation of debate.
officers of the law
were goingto ,
June. Is with
It about 90 cents
and that the bell was ringing.J. extended. More than 360 new bills and resolutions 'I Sunday school 10 a. m. ,
raid their stills, and I told
was the below .
December price 70 cent
A. Walworth the first witness,, REV. A. E. DUNHAM, were dropped into the house Preaching 11 a. m. and.7:30: p. m.
that they prepared to resist such .
, were ,
Cotton has fallen from over $40 a
testified that when he first law Mr. Rector.A hopper today and a flow of similar .. B. Y. P. U. chapters 6:30 p. m.
raid. It that
a seems they expected ,
bale to less than $16. Those prices
Surrency it-was after the latter had Mid-week engagement 1st service
tomorrow in ,
proportions i I. expected .
that I and other deputies' were
been struck and the of *of the 7:30 leader Col. Futch chairman prepared spell loss and ruin to the farmer but ,
following m.
. was on pilot jury composed the senate. The new house measure p. I to make this raid momentarily."My .
the engine and that the engine was wa drawnby Coroner Smith: W. C dealt with almost every conceivable -of deacons.- (Pastor attending they have as yet brought appreciable
brothers John and wentto
about feet from the He foreman R, Daniels Florida State Convention at reduction to the ultimate con
sixty witnea*. Lipacxunb, ; L. subject, including proposals for repealof Baptist
the farm yesterday to for I
said he saw Mr. Surrency's body roll W. G. Thompson J. C. Cain, F. M. war laws, for appropriation of Kisslmmee). some chickens they had bought pay from sumer.the fcasi Bread of wheat.still apparently oa .f
off the pilot and saw the engine Sanderson and Guy O. Parker. millions of dollar for a myriad of VanBoor occasion I $3 ,
wheel. pass over it. Their verdict reads: purpose, pensions and many "meas I session." 1 aM positive upon that a Van previous Boor and Busch. Th farmer have at last gone to .. ;.,'
'Charley Winston the second witness "From the evidence we conclude ures for farmers' relief. Asked how' soon the extra session figuring cost for themselves. Over .. .
believed brothers the .
testified that he had just finished that H. C, Surrency came to his death might be expected to follow his Inauguration my came to 2,000 farmers in Kansas have figured
house member of
' talking to Mr. Surrency when the through his failure' to notice the approach Washington Dec. 6.-"Our governmental tie replied that the exact time officer as ," concluded a the raiding deputy.partyof the cost of the 1910 wheat crop at ,( .
"dummy" engine wa passing. He of the northbound Dartow good fortune" Mr. Harding had not been fixed but that he thoughit Tom Hysler engaged Attorney Wil- more than $2 per bushel. Missouri .,
said Mr. Surrency waited until it had short line passenger train his atten- said today "does not lies In any surrender would "come very soon." liam A. Hallowes Jr. his farmer have found the same crop to .
passed then started across the track,.. tion seeming to be taken up with the at either end of the avenue In discussion. of foreign affair brothers to represent have cost an average of $2.05 per '
- when the "short" struck him. The Warnell dummy engine which: was but in the coordination and cooperation with those who called upon him the "At this time I have made bushel and the cost of the entire
witness stated that he heard the whistle switching and moving in an opposite which becomes the two in a great president-elect 1 ii, understood to have of not the a United,Ktates crop for 1019 is placed I
w blow twice but that he had no timeto direction at the time of the accident. and truly representative popular gov indicated no definite plan for an association complete investigation facts, at $2.16 per bushel. Today we doubt
and have statement at the I
caution Mr Surrency. He said the The evidence shows that the train was ernment. We are facing no easy task of nation but to have shown no present if the entire crop would average the
time said Mr. Hallowes. Hal-
: brakes were applied immediately and not exceeding fifteen miles an hourat I am sure that the necessity of'wise confidence that his conferencCson the Mr. farmers $1.f>0 per bushel. A tremendous -
, *. that the train wa | going: about 16 the time of the accident and that solution will Inspire us to work together subject to begin in Marlon next week lowe,Added that Tom Hysler liad told loss i. impending' from which

miles an hour when it struck Mr. the train crew made every effort to ,'to take common counsel to be would furnish ball for agreement."I hint self defense.that the hooting was an .act of there seems to be no escape.!:! The.government .! .
1\ Surrency in the back -and that the stop the train and avoid the accident." tolerant of one another and to give am trying," he said tonight "to cannot, if It would hold the
: latter was about two or three fret to The body WUK horribly mangled the best that is in all of us." find a line where we can essentially Bodien Brought Here prices up above its normal level as
one side of the crossing at the time. having been severed at the wa\st and Applause from both sides of the get together on matters of foreign re- The bodies t>{ the two dead men gauged by the world's production.
| -This witness did not see the engineer. neck and cut up badly. chamber answered him and after the lations. J am trying to .get.together were brought to the city by Funeral Nor can the farmer even though theywere ,
4g J. C. Washington, the third witness, Mr. SurreAcy was a native of brief senate session adjourned Republicans with the senate because of ,4s coordinate Director Marcus Conant and are at granted enormous loan to boil I"
testified that he heard the whistle and Brooker, Fla., and was visiting his and Democrat crowded around power In the ratification of the stabliahment of the undertakers their crop. off the market. Nature' "
2!'2 looked towards the engine In time to children in this city. lie had two him to shake hi. hand and offer their treaties." on Laura street.' I law are immutable and unchangeableand ,
:.. see Mr. Surrency falling from the pilot sons and a daughter here who are J. congratulationsr Everywhere he went Among the domestic Issues discussed Mr. Conant said last night that arrangement work with unerring certainty. W.
4)) '" : under the wheels of the engine. L. Surrency a foreman at the War. about the capitol he was besieged by in the conferences taxation and the for the funeral would be can sea no way but for the farmers 1"to
'1' <,. He was about 50 yards from the place nell mills L. F. Surrency also em. crowds and scores of callers swarmed tariff were foremost. .It i* understood announced later. It appears that Van i' should a great loss.-Tampa DailyTimes.
;y 'of the accident at the time but 'did ployed at the Warnell mills and Mrs. about his office all day In the hopeof that although he,did no ten. Boor and Busch have no relatives in t",
not hear the bell ringing. He stated Maigaret Roberts. Messrs. J. L. andL. a conference with him. courage an attempt to'frame, tariff the Whltehouae section where they ..-- I

that this was about 10:30: a. m. F. Surrency live on South Collins The president elect' talk with congressional legislation the present session, he are said to have residod. or about
i Will Butler the fourth witness the railroad from twelve months. It is maid II C. Richard one of Starke's most
street, just across leaders and with his political suggested that both senate and house ihey were "
. ald he heard the whistle blow once the Warnell and the '- of Gorman origin. prominent citizens, has recently moved "
plant near sceneof advisers cook place in the office of might well begin hearing on the subject '
and, looking towards the engine, saw the accident. Senator Lodge where he went as soon to provide data for use after It was announced last night: that t to Palatka where he will engage: 1'1't
'- Mr. Surrency falling from the pilot The remains were p pared by Un. as he reached the capitol and remained March 4th. lie i I. said to have expressed Justice of the Peac4'J. S. Geiger had In the general insuriftico business. II. j
under the wheels of the engine: but dertaker L. M. Futch of Wells & Sons most of the dax,- hope that a budget bill wouldbe impaneled a coroner's jury and that was engaged in this. line In Starke
did not see the engine strike him. Will Company and forwarded to Brooker "1 preached throughout the campaign passed at the present session and the inquest i i..* to be held within the for several years prior to the volunteering -
I, Bailer heard 'no bell and did not know where Interment was made Thursday the gospel of understanding," that action on some of the nomina- next day or two of services in the world war,
the speed of the train. He said that and Is known among the Insurance
morning. said Mr. Harding tonight in explaining nation submitted by the Democratic No WltndiHeH
:, the "dummy" had gone at the time. Other survivors are two sons anda the purpose! of his visit, "and I administration be delayed until the The authorities report that so far people as one of the most capable and '-.
City Marshal Hampton said that stepson A. B. Surrency of Brook. am trying to put It into practice im. new congress/ corned. into office as they could determine while at the careful men engaged In the business
the train which struck Mr. Surrencywas er, and J. A. Surrency of Add Ga.; mediately. I don't want these. three Senator Calder requested that Mr. scene of the shooting there wore no In Florida. Starke regrets exceedingly -
Seaboard Air Line No. 402 with and Joe Douglass, of Alachua Fla.;: months to be wasted in gaining any Harding give attention to the coal! witnesses other than those Involved. to lose Mr. Richard as a citUnn"'
t engine 174 drawing it and that It was and two daughters Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I and congratulates Palatka on his acquisition.
- partisan advantage. I have asked situation with a view to framing relief For some time the authorities have
the passenger train" known .. the and Mrs. R. T. Osteen both of senators particularly to expedite the measure promptly when he become been receiving: reports that a numberof .
"Bartow short line. Brooker. The wife of' the late Mr. appropriation bills so that none) of president, and several others moonshiner were operating in the CI
None other of the crew was present Surrency I*.dead. them shall go over to the next session woh called presented in detail other Whltehouse section and extensive I It wa impossible last night to s" 4
i and the names of the street and rrosslingn - Mr. Surreney was seventytwoyears and so that we shall have the I problems likely to come before the I preparations have boon made ti> puta cure a statement from the Hysler ,' ,
were not known" old. decks clear for a very likely extra new administration. stop to such violation\ of the law. :I brothers. i,


....._ ... . .. .. ..... .
.. , . .
,. _._ .1" .
1rI .
1.-",.. ......_.....< ".0:... .... -
c-u-- ...... . !'
IIr t ii

--- .
----j--. ."---- . - --- -.
---------- - -. -p----,
'" .....,' \ .. ft.. .. '"

.. '

( s I".J.\ ."........ .',..\.'

l', .


J IId .
; .t. i .,.
.. .. <
,, 'I
.':.t4'km' '
,) '.qrw.r. ;
.; t
.. ;" .. ". i
7ixx .

_.. '. ." :.: IIIIIIII IIIIIII!xxxr H HI :.'.

," ':.,:'::.:. ;. I 3Cd

.. ,
! ,
r .. ."irrjf.: j("-:
.. 'J".. a, ','<.". r. 4
. .
.. '
\ j
r r rr rt
"f:'" ; :
t ,' ,,, '.)1".rl. l - :-

4 ;1"'" _', .
fr E -:> $I"... ." r J$ 44J

'C,J.. .:..... . .
.. c:.'. .
1 ...:.. I 1i'
; ,
... '
i'' k1 .IY,..f.I.r'-' ,. .r'.."./ fr "4 I

; ... -.-< .-, .

:. Christmas Joy!

: : :
: ..",
,;r, 1 .. : Music that charms, music that
." "ssI soothes, music that exalts and inspires, '
music that sets the pulses leaping with
swaying rhythms-that is why music 1
: IIIIIIiI is typical of the joy spirit of Christ- 'J J ''t + s
R .. mastide. '

,.M, Wreaths, gifts, candles 'land even .4w ,
trees are not more'expressive: the f;t ,
-. real holiday spirit than music. f
-: '. ... The Brunswick opens wide to ..1
{ all the greatest music the world has
'.; produced. 4
.. ..


PRICE:: $125.00
PRICE: $150.00 '
Six Records Free
.14' The new Brunswick method of Six Record Free
......s,: reproduction permits play re- ",:
"' LI : cords of any style and make. The' '.
t .
""- rte" Ultona-a scientific creation-is an all-
.. . '." '..-- in-one reproducer for playing any record \ f, '
1 The all-wood oval
tone amplifier -
. ,
.. ; -' is the vibari t throat of the instrument -
\ ..
.m which gives to the tone of the
'. ,- The Brunswick its rich, velvety re- ,
sonance and sweetness. +a

Shop early...Shop here

Come and hear The Brunswickit -
is the only way to judge the super-
iority of this superb phonograph. And
come early, it[ you want your Bruns- f I i

I l l l ,

J, : _. I_ "Give Her a Brunswick for This Christmas. Ji1 r j 4'r ,.

'j _

4 :: I V ji_ _ 1 4 it


I r PRICE: $310.00 PRICE: $250.00
Twelve Records Free Twelve Records Free




., I


-- ---1''"" ""' '''''''' "': -
--J'i.--:: ._ ----
: ....;;; -' . ; '
." ,.. M . } 1y i;"; ; 1 :(itr ; '; .. jfvi; : r ; n.--4
:( : ; ;; .... .",...4./\J/ T".tIIf'! :' .. ,7tJ' ill!iIiI/Jllh.; :, .: 'J'


a'a ,



,:, .

f I _a, - ;- .



4 T B. AldmoaI Evelyn Lee I It Alvah Jordan Garth Ccolb Langdoa May Annuity Rigdon! OtJlu Franc* PfciflWB. '"

W..l. N. . UnionVT .> (GI: nn. W..t.rn Newspapel 1'nloo.> .I Ilr,), tern W..ra N.wepalsr Unton' ) < late Western Newspaper tnlon) ....
y e ! Ifit Vt.!>tp p r ....

I WAS dins before! Christmas ANTA CLAUS wait expected CUE wan a past Christmaseve UERE had come a great
t N OLD man sat dreamily HR1STMAS comes but once change
of and Jsetta' Doane had to arrive In prodigious that stood out In bold ever Judson Marsh i
gazing Into the fireplace a year, a-id: Uugh Powers, during tbe brief
furnished It us been .left alone In the !tfonse: grandeur around Helmsby prominence lu the mind of space of a
richly Just
a room. "and It's n2U upon
, and Cedar
' ky,4 Christmas and a except for the servants. Us- Corner. The name applied Ross Evans ns he lounged /r'year' Grove manveiled.
was eve You're going to spend
Ii l\ now. Marsh
to/a block of tenements a his had usually
'ually her favorite playmate in a luxurious chair In
Marvin Hughes was looking with Daltlel "
the day us, ,
made tbe
I, 4 buck over the year of bis that's settled. I'm counting Cora Wai tace, living nearby goofe' denl, above squalor room at the hotel and wove riotous holidays a wild, ,

'7 life and was grave and Baddened on ;you to act Krlss Krlngl ,v called for her and they and tbe general unslghtU- fond reminiscent and then such as "shoottnF' revelry,
't took a stroll, or visited a ness of the slums although 4 hopeful anticipatory dreams. up they
I : as he realized that he chubby, "handsome full ofpep town," distributing
neighbor or Inspected the Its population mainly represented Evans was a successful circus time and
had neither chick child the
\j jou'll Just capture money tquanderlngly In
I of his the echo of shop on the next street Cora had poor while thrifty people man but not of the ring type. With. 'I games of
own as fancy of the assembled guests""Now chance. Indulging In a fist fight
music and the voices of rollicking children see here Powers..interrupted not appeared, and taking her dolly The men were hard working in two years be had won the envious generally maintaining a dally
Netta wandered about tbe upper p''r- >er, the women Industrious and rarely distinction of being: a leader In his line terrorizing In-
In the apurtment overhead were Ernest Dalzlel, "I'm a modest unassuming fluence. Always had he disdained
!I tlon of the house' In a desultory ways slatternly. In fact old John helms- as advance agent and advertising the
borne to his eara. man and verging on to an gentle cheer of Christmas and
It was In her sister Winifred's room by> who owned tbe square of buildings nieu. the
The recognition of the fact that he old bachelorhood where 'ense and dIg- good pledges of New Year's but
that Netta received) a suggestion that had selected a reputable clientele 'The shows were off/ of the road for this
was something In life that might make she proceeded to carry out. That, as to tenantry, and In lower circles the winter season now, i"u a few remained
person" his
lady In her haste to Join her Helmsby Corner held a'certain Cbrltlmoa quietly on ranch had deBated -
young days before there came a
c him better end happier appealed to Ernest Dalrlel would have likedto freely to charity and only his
mother In tour had left 'aIr of
a shopping aristocracy.Ivan .
wanderer seethe
great: longing to the to
him powerfully) this Christmas eve. have asked Powers an Important eagle eye had flashed and his lips
>I her Jewel case open Iq full eight VIdal was a decldett\ Institution old friends at home. There wasMrs
lie bad distributed the It uttered
mechanically question. It would have been I became stern and firm as some derisive
at' "I'll fix you all up for a grand party. of the\' place, Old residents could Alice Dalrymple whose husband
'F Usual Christmas largesse (lie office. : "And Miss Portia !Moore I pal of the past sneeringly Intimatedthat
Dolly, prattled Netta ; and then and remember him back for ten'yeara.. He Evani '
( hud been the best friend ever
Homeward hound he had neglected nor haven't seen tier for a year. Does she he had reformed and had taken
there In turn a sunburst a necklaceand was a little bright-eyed man whose had. There her house full of lit
appeal fiom" the street mendicant still go to parties And Powers "the goody, goody pledge!

This was not soul-sutlxfylng! however.It would have answered : "Oh, we a'diamond pin were attachpd'tothe constant smile and eager friendlyways tle children and Ivy Clnry's peerless I No one could trace the cause of th.
clothing of the doll. Innocent, artless scattered sunshine."I .
bad downed upon him that he bad couldn't get: along without Portia. beauty and grace, who had come Into remarkable alteration In manner and
Netta never realizing that aha have to won hard. I have a big '
I brought: hla Isolation upon himself; I And then Dalzlel would have sought Ms life as a winning spirit of gentle deed except Marsh himself and he
was pla'llIwltb a small fortune. know. Ivan delighted totell
/ family,
t you
; that there were at least two persons I some plausible excuse to prevent his the ness. 1 was a close mouthed man. Perhaps
"Now we'll ride to the party In And
\ strangers and new
It remembranceof
because of his
the of kith and the was Revere
In great clty-wlio were own appearance en scene. Gladys suspected but If so
automobile. announced Netta further then he would count oh his fingers(
kin and he set to summing up the He. was sensitive about Miss Portia I his last Christmas eve In Weston she said nobloShe/ had come to

be owed them that he thought.of her n.'iwHow: fervently the crude wild
duty settlement
( Moore She was, like himself past to teach

l ."I hove been no closer to them than thirty. For some month*'In the year school.

,A If I were-nn utter stranger" he soliloquized past those two hud been In consider I The Marsh ranch was ten miles from

"It Is my fault I suppose forI able evidence at social functions and de the settlement and there was no School

have encouraged: neither; for yearsI the gosslpers' predicted an engagement In Its imuediale'vlcinlty. Its owner

have simply sent them the usual holiday It did not come about bowe'er.- wall a young man not over twenty.five

dlr<,k. When I am through with ruptly the two persons apparently so years of age, but he maintained quite

...- what I hove It must. go to others. adapted to one another drifted apart an establishment. Ills widowed sister

t '; P Which, of the two deserves recognition To Dalzlel this unexpected ending to and she put on Dolly's coat, covering had lived with him until she died

If a -Etta Humes or Alberta Morris the one lovely day dream of his ex. her opulent adornment. Just then "Grandpa, Grandma, and the five lit leaving a shy puny little girl Madeline

The first. named was a widow and Istence bad come us a seemingly heartless Up there was a call outside and Netta tIe children! and the lovcllght would he recalled the merry hours who was idolized by !Marsh.

second cousin Hughes had supplied I cruel blow. Effectively' Miss hastened downstairs fo Join Cora come Into his eyes as he .enumerated with the brood of little Dulrj'tuples, "I have come to see you about my

the capital to start her In a boarding 1 Moore, one day bad shut heart and waiting for her at the door. Passing them specifically "Rebecca Rachel and one Incident that had tinged his little niece Miss Revere" spoke.

house at her urgent/ request and sb* I I borne against; him. There was no ex. her mother's room Netta noticed an Ruth Jacob and Levl." whole career, when he and Ivy were Mai'sh, and lil face and manner did

had nionnged to make a living out of cube or explanation given. open box lying: on the bed. It held a Hut the big family did not entirely alone trimming the Christmas tree. not belle what she had heard of his

It I"'or a time he called and she, had "She had just tired of me. I don't lovely new doll and In an Instant *hknew represent kith and kin of the generous She wore a rose. colored, broad ribbon being a well educated member of a

v put herself out to make upon him an wonder., Tnt not much," Dalzlel soliloquized that It was to be her Christmas hearted fellow who had come from belt and he was steadying her on a prominent. Eastern family "She Is

1 Iniprtsiilon'' of admiration of his successful his home across. the water with a wife,, lonesome where we live; never Im
to himself In a fit of depression.For present, for'a pew one had been prom. stool. As she was adjusting some tinsel -
business. record of gratitude a time he threw himself In the ised. Impetuously she snatched It up t. lose her In a year, and to have her Its perfumed ends swept his face. any young companions. I have heard

for Ma financial operation, of her aged father and mother neither now of jour kindly care. for these little
1. way of the lady In question but .he "Oh. Cora I" exclaimed Netta. appearing With an Impulse he could not analyse

ti, love and devotion for him the last gave him no encouragement Dalzlel before her friend "look' I look 1 fit for hard work, as pensioners upon Evans put out one hand seized the ones. Won't you Cud her a good
near relative she had In the world. his bounty. How gladly and unselfishly boarding place In the town and sort of
t did not go: about wearing his heart on My new Christmas dolly. We'll go bit of finery and pressed It to his
Then too, she had appealed. to him this was awarded, the uniform lank after her?"
bin he did get
.11'k-r. but not quickly right over and show It to Alice Lisle
' !I. a strong way. Once she had taken l over tbe hurt oftl Incident that made The old one Is no good now." and she willing kindness and care of Ivan lips."Re careful 1" he muttered quickly "She shall be as an own sliter" ,
him .draperled niche off the manifested to all the world. He did (repliedMiss Revere spontaneously
to ,
him wary and suspicious. of woman's recklessly flung It Into the street, withno for Ivy had nearly lost her balance. "
' sitting room, and had showed Jilm a caprices. I thought/ of the Jewelry It wore. not earn much and their quarter She had witnessed the fervent gestureof !taking the lillY reticent child I In a r

llfe-slrnd oil painting of bis dead were confined but not only did he ,tender embrace and the result wa
Ko of ,
I with no Intimation the fact Five minutes later a ragged Hi. tie Evans In the mirror. She steppedto
mother \ that In bis breast Hugh Powers guarded I urchin picked. up the discarded dull manage: to make the old people comfortable the floor, her face crimson, her eyes jthal little Madeline became an occupant !

e '"Shewas like n sister to me." said secret he would have given worlds) "That'll be a fine present for sister but when a close friend a showing half fright and breathless of the home where Miss Revert

Mrs. Ifarres pathetically, "and you I widower died Ivan adopted his five boarded I
1 Lou," 'lie declared and made for thetent'mellt with emotion In Intense tones hewhispered
know brother Willis was quite a porV little ones. t Once a week Judson Marsh called to
six distant- :
squares carryIng ,
', his find to a home possessing/( a "I have. none ; they shall be as my ,"I- am thinking-. >. of leaving Weston, ,pnss half an hour with Madeline tip.

J ul I I marked .contrast to the! elegant maVslon own," he pledged himself, and neverfailed I but If you cure for me-" and then I

"''* 8 that had hnilbed the discarded In the sacred pledge. Mrs. Dalrymple abruptly entered the

dl d II Netta Doane. Ivan was a peddler of panel needles,
If' 1 aI pet of capricious romp and Evans .had no further opportunity

i 1111 There was a vast commotion at the yarn and hose. I' of seeing Ivy alone. The 5cIlfi

I Doane home that evening \\lllls
6 .. i.j.i :I Who woe the accented, lover of I'rcttyWlnlfrpd months before Christmas that gave/; wan o'lTt.r'.dand( 'lie"gave I heed "to" the \ \/

: ,:'-: j Donate 'Wde his usual 'call to Ivana secret to keep hut the resultof A.R
. '.1 , to learn, Dal/lvl made due preparation. | coil of ambition. 11 Nr : 'rat
I lot be met with teers"by hla fiancee. Some which he did not, experience until I r 1It It//II/ a
I'i having a royal /good time with tile. Ills eyes clo\\e'dno\v, and there was L 7
halt( artlBt. I have nlwajs treasured had the house and IIIK later. One day quite a distance from I
one entered
I ,
family. If Dalzlel had only known It, a rapt smile on his face as he took
t it as the one precious memento of my I ":clever friendly Mrs. towers bad pur- rifled her Jewel <'lIapl I Father had reported tbeo'city., seated entire his humble up n pencil and filled In a telegraph tOil eu<_li succeeding'visit It pleOMjJ!, Inui p:

1\\ life." rJjotiely/ Invited Miss Moore to thin It .to the police, but the recovery lunch on the veranda of'a road house blank. It was to Mrs. Dalrymple. It rto note the change for the better In

Hughes was duly touched. but the house to once more meet him-and i of the gems deemed hopeless. he overheard two men talking. They read : ,the child. Her devotion to her teacher '

Impression was not lasting There |I. Portia w;py willing I It was only a fewweeks 'I Willis condoled with Winifred hut mentioned a name that caused Ivanto "Santa Claus will drop In on your was OIllt"lhlnpathetic./ 'l'hiM11..

{was something artificial and Insincere 1 before Christmas that I'ortla bad/ a professional coil to make IIn
about Etta lames.I Under the Influ- ,' had learned bf a fatal error she hud early He was a .)'oung. rising phytil Alma Helmshy the daughter of his inns eve Have them ready for the changed his course of life. A time too

once of his present. emotions, howev. | committed She had so coldly
.r. his softened spirit, longed for loyIII missed Dalzlel because of a story told to receive good news as to a patient witted pieced together the facts pretty cousin of yours Is' still with Miss Revere seemed to cuHse him to

IvulpaglonNhtp.r I I by a Jealous friend. It Involved Dal- I of long/ standing Mrs. Mary Steadley named and comprehended that one of I you." lift his bead higher and the Influence
r "1'1I do It I" spoke Hugbes. "I shall the men expected to have Miss Helms-\ noticeable
Elel In an escapade of which he could He found -her on the road to recovery, "It can't offend/ her" reflected Evans. of a worthy resolve was
i.' rail upon Mrs. Homes and Alberta. I and told her so, and her daughter and 'by meet him soon In her 'automobile : :In"bis bronzed Impressive face
I been
never have guilty, but the false }t may remind. Dear !girl 1 the big
' One or the other 1 will endow with the other children! and and they were elope. Enough Christ,11108
I tory was so well formulated and< eerned I Paul Martina to was success I have made shrinks very I It was about a month before -
fortune and I hope to truce out someI, I regular visitor at the house, were gleaned by Ivan to confirm the fact when the settlement 'waslilted '-
conviction. Then, at a late (laythe small when I think of her prpcloullwort'h
real! nnVctlnu/ for me ; a genuine /glad- truth of the motive came out Portia made happy at the thought, of the that the fellow was a merciless scoundrel ," and Evans': arose to greet the 'by Marsh on horseback. There was

' ; lieai to welcome sue as a member. of convalescence of their loved due. already married, and only after something about him that reminded of ;
s. Moore felt ashamed and humiliated man who had charge of the show'swinter
,their household during my remaining of her to "There Is the balance of your hill. the money of the rich heiress. his old time briskness and forcible
a sense deep Injustice quarters
' few )'('ar.." Dalrlel a sorrowful belief that her Dr Frere," spoke Martin taking him ( It was by pure circumstance that an "I've followed your orders< Mr. 'Imperative ways. In turn he visited

wAn hour later he f'hlrred the home folly had cost her a love worth the Into the next room, "The doctors who hour later Ivan tame upon Miss Evans" he said. "The reindeers are !twenty of the leading men and presented

of Mrs. Harness He was told that she' having operated I have paid, too and the bos Helmohy III her automobile. In his III excellent shape I've trimmed them to each his proposition. Time

L '\va* out on an errand and was shown :'was when anything Marsh suggestedwas !
J "You must mend It all uV under a
/ Into a sitting room. Involuntarily carried out from motives of policy.In .
Christmas) tree, dear. Mrs. Powers bid
{ c memory directed him to the niche II rJ.pltal the present Instance he found willIng qR
advised but Portia shook her head for
where he hnd viewed hl'lI mother's portrait \ll U I auditors., Interested and sympa
lornly. She was busy during the first ,
It ,1111 not In place.. Then astie thetic.
hour of the evening assisting Mrs.
r a glanced Into the room beyond Powers with the arrangement of the "It'a about a Christmas piesent for ,

I ; d, 'I}arnes now It lying/ ocroxe'two! chairs, I festal table, and entered the libraryon r ,Miss Revere" said Marsh. "I understand

used hoard. The shock. musician,
us an Ironing she Is a proficient
her way to the parlors, after Dalslel -
', drove him to his! feet. He had fathoiwd and there !Isn't a piano In the place.
had reused up all hands with the
the Insincerity of this unworthyrein She has been good to all of our
4 frolic and Jollity for which he was fa bill Is all settled. It's the only lame,, but convincing way lie told her royally
r live. lie was half-minded to return as suggested. The wardrobe I.children. little Madeline among them.
mous.. She half turned to steady herself Christmas present we shall see around of the true character of her nance. up you

i: home. A memory of the la.t'I for the anticipated! meeting. Polslel here this year, but Isn't It enough 10 She believed him, and pale and In has a Santo Claus outfit so you're all I'll head tbe subscription list. >
time he had her husband i out the Inlllru'J'J
i Keen Alberta right. "Alld'hll'lI pick
her but did not at hearts raflther w..11out'e tears home
saw once recognize (- make our glad- returned offering hintmoney '
" and hllilien, however.: Influenced "Good !I" nodded. Evans briskly, "ril ment?" one of the town committeemen J'
'I her Hugh Powers stole Ub to morel You know I had saved 'up for his service, which Ivan refused
him to follow out his have asked.
prescribed to start 10W..ton butpeople
him enough to marry Martha this Christmas and Imploring him to keep the
t I will I .oh I'll to the city and attemlto :,
plan. them
suppose am giving ( go
have stood the entire
d "That looks like mistletoe on the but 1 gladly erpense matter secret. :
They had ulwa.v lived humbly butrvtpectably. an advance advertising stunt. Some that >'ou can trust me boys, ;
library chandelier, Dalrlel," be whis of her mother's slcknevs, r 0 Ivan had forgotten all about this Incident -. '
From the that Alflen clasp to eh?" answered Marsh readily "I was
day mv scheme
Great chance.. 1 there will have to he a postponement.
pered. "Pretty girl. >0fount.lf as time passed on. It was near-
Norrls hud married Alberta he "You something of a player myself years. .
tire always
t original commented .r
"We will call the bill
proud and Dalzlel exuberantly square on lug holiday time when be came home "
r bad but one thought In, hli mind-her former last payment insisted the obi circus man. ago. Now then this Is to be a secretuntil
darted forward. your from one of his trips with a bag fullof1 tt
comfort and contentment' and that of f One of the favorite "stunts" of RosIIp.'nll" Christmas. t;
Dr. Frere touched by the faithfulness.
lie clasped his arms about the lady farm plunder for the little ones ;
{ the little ones who ciime to them as "' hnd'been" to make his advance t I That was agreed upon. Also It was T' ,;;
of the innn "What are these 1
In the half shadowed room, and Imprinted young and a great fat white goose. It was Eve: '
tile years passed on. n gentle kiss upon her lips *, he added as Martin lifted a box from to signalize their Christmas dinner route with the high; single-seated ,arranged so that on Christmas W
Well Hughes, knew the house, the a stand. (I.tie. ,; v and n \pair of the circus reindeer .the scholars gave a concert In honor I
"How darf'dOU !I" cried Portlu. and was an object of Immense Inter-
, room brilliantly llthleil,. whence echoed "And It Isn't mistletoe at all. JUKI apiece "It Is something I wanted to ask you eat to the expectant children. Little *, I lie was proud of his team.It jhf their, devoted\ teacher. The plane at r:
...i} sounds of jollity and excitement. 1 about" replied Martin. 'This morn- "'an' H 20'mile drive to Weston. ,had been smuggled" Into the home
green paper trimming. Buy, Levi had set some hay under the fowl
Its window) was for venrilutlon. I I./ltl' In the ''dusk while she was at the schoolliouse. :1
open In
il afternoon arrayed
hog little Ned found a doll In the "
Dalzlel done It I" shouted
you've now "to lay an egg on, he put It and the It was
'1 and his eyes dimmed as he viewed the street and brought It home for Lou !';jntti Claim rowttmae Evans started on She came home oU>nc. as
Powers ,
spirit of the season Infected all hands
<< noticed
' I'". 1IIII'l'y.fllc'I..1| Alberta unit her husband. But wise. man Ihal\: he was he left who noticed all that Jewelry, pinned to Then a queer thing happened. John his\, trip :\Ir... luilr.vmple had the lit- planned that she shot)
It. We ore hOIll'.t'IIt'ollle mid I want Ti,' ii'ieo. p'lx'etl: at the windows and
_ the two alone, and diverted,the attention llehuHby,, dropped In several times
you to advise me how I shall go about the Christmas tree was -lighted. At
the week lie evinced
I during
a new
Muinil, of bells I
'" finding the owner. the "' sleigh she switched
mid mysterious Interest In his sour
\ Y I>r. Frere could scarcely believe his on the outside\ electric light. Into the i
'te>unnl. Then Just a day before.
eyesight. In an Instant he recognized yard road", n\ came the most ravlshltig- tl"n
Christmas: he brought his
tbe jewels belonging< to his fiancee. I It << I ly delightful Krlss Krlngle with his
him. Mr. Helmnby had been told
was too Intense a circumstance to wonderful reindeers bedecked and dasEllng -
t all about the goose and the expectantegg
I analyze all at once ; Its strangeness: with gleaming tinsel and holly
r and his daughter had to be shown
Its Importance. He hurried back to It was like ajUeam. those ensuingtwo

the two little girls, and a baby crawl- the Dunne h.ii.p and told the story the! priced fowl by little Levl. hours. And Ivy assisted, and It light In'the house as she neared ,It.

I log about. cooing with animation. of Paul Martin. She gave Ivan an Intense look as Ief'me.lllke. a paradise, to the wandererto ';'As she fitted the key to the door a

"Keep' Marvin away from the caufllos of onlookers. D/lslel stood like- "A worthy, honest man." observer she departed, and tile honest peddler revel amidst such joyous friendliness. stream of pretty music met her ear

Alden" he beard Alberta speak one stunned, regarding Portia. "1 did Winifred's father, "These poor people was in)stifled just then. Not later.howr'r. And when tile !little ones had [The next moment she stood at the

and his heart thrilled. This last child not know," he atanitneroil. "I am al- Interest me. What, do you say to this on Christmas morning, when gone to bed, as "on that other Christmas parlor threshold.

then was his nnmcaakeI I ways doing the wrong/ thing. It seems grand !Martin man having his wedding Levi burst Into tile room excitedly eve. he stood beside Ivy There lit the piano sat Ju'l'on ti
lie collie Into the house to 'receive Won't you forgive me?" Just a* he expected this Christmas" I I with. the Incredible announcement : "I am /going to tell you what my Marsh lit was softly play In< "LovesOld -4, '

"piI the' usual earnest welcome always be- I I Her eyes were filled with tears, "It Then back lo !Martin went tire doc 'Oh. father father the goose has heart longed to Impart to you Just two Sweet !Sung"' Gladys noted' a.

Mowed UIMIII him "Alberta" he said Is I wh needs forgiveness" she subbed tor. The pour fellow's appreciation I laid a golden eggl": : I years ago/ tonight. he said wreath on the piano holding a rnrrt "T:,

'I am lonely uml ilnhapp' }', I have le- I I "I, have wronged you all tliexerears. of what the Doanes designed\ fairly I And there In his hand wan the evi "Walt. she fluttered, "I can guess honrd disc rending: Ir

solved to week Miiuie congenial, lulveli I have something< to tell you" overcamehim.. Next dny Winifred and dt'nt't'-tl glided: pnpte'r-mache egg and for I had l hnya+d. and she flitted from "Merry C'h'rllltllloA token of love ',

I where love and Sinpnih/ will bring 1 I, Mrs. .'0\\ere tiptoed Into the, room her mother spent decorating the bumble !i Inside. of .It wile found two $1 I.OIHI> bills the room Itwas to return wearing ,from the people' of Cedar Grove }

, me peace' and contentment. In It and 1 closed the communicating door to tenement rooms and arranging for I 1111'ldal'lI reward for saving a the rose-colore'd' nosh. Oh' II l I" Impossible bejrao :
the wedding young girl from a lifetime of misery, OII1 and broke down from e'nn
I hero!? the parlor lie knew ,lt wax. his answer as she <1)'R.
With open urnm she greeted him. "Now Portia, free confession she It teas: a royal gift to honest need, '1 and keeping; his knowledge n secret. hid her blushing face As ho drew her I tin, And then. n* the hand of Judson r;;";

and amid Christmas beer and the lov- spoke, mid disappeared and tie most' contented, hearts In nil' The poor, honest. fellow wept for to his arms a peal of merry ChrHtmns 1 :Marsh gently clasped her, own \\ lIb a

tag tenderness of true. honest souls, And ,011'11. like two wounded. doves, the great city that Christmas night i| Joy as he realized I how much the great I bells echoed forth. And amid the Joy '''downcast eves and happy, happy 'c.

that Chrltrtiuus eve Murvln lluch I these ardent lovers faltered forth, the were those that had bestowed slice sift meant to himself and those he I and glamor and 'love of that radiant 1 heart she listened to his ferventInvowal

u II. warded the longing Desire of his repressed love so nearly destroyed.with signal\ happiness opoaj a worthy, nr-' loved upon that blessed, happy Christmas hour neither saw the shadow of another of the love that had D111tte

beart Yuletide glory all about theta..w fail family morn. parting. him n better man.

w h



IY gyp, Yfrh F 4} ,Aa1.I+'

., ,. - .,...,................... ---" --_- .. -
-- . ..
..." ...". ... -."' .., . ..........- .. ."4.7" ,, .w....... I .. ..
,, .
?'-.v ...,-.....,._, .,, _,- ,.,,,,,,,,'...' .. ,, ', .'n">, T"1 ,





For 15 Big
Co. at
Lawtey '
Days we H A V E YOU PICTURED M. <"

lose the SUCH A WANTON SLAUGHTER OF THE is selling merchandise F

money, but FINEST MERCHANDISE. at 4 flr

gain your good
will. This is

Amoskeag Dress Ginghams__________ .20 I 30 per cent reduction on all high grade convinced. Wewill
no fake We are Hickory Stripe Shirting ___________- -2Q Sweaters
Our stock of Serges and Woolen Goods are
500 yds Dress Ginghams and Dark Out- oft 30 per cent for this sale.; also I offerings
not deceiving ings at, per yd ------------------- .16 '
40 per cent reductions on Men and Boys'Unbleached
Muslin or Sheeting,yd.___ .16 Caps and HatsGROCERY you a complete ,
Fancy Striped Heavy Weight Outings .22 '."
Regular 75c Children's Hose, size 9 to line of
11, at, pair ..43with . SATURDAY Toys
per ------------------
falsestatements.I 12 Ibs Self Rising Flour .. 79
All our Ladies High Grade Lisle Hose ---- ------
Regular$1.25 and$1.50 value______ .79 24 lbs Self Rising Flour ------------ 1.58 during this .
lIudnuts Grits, Ib "
All stock Grade ------------------ .04
our .of High McElroy
Sloan Shoes offered at cost during this sale Hudnuts Meal, Ib ------------------ .04 SALE.ThedeMoore .
Children's Lifeline and Billiken Shoes 2.98 Best Blue Rose Rice ________________ .08
25 per cent Reduction on our entire line of Compound Lard, Ib -________________ .18
Cluott-Peabody Arrow Brand Shirts. Lard Cans, sale price ....____.....__ .69




... n'
: t tiJ

. -
k -

l I

Christmas StoreDARBY'S" Gifts for ChristmasIf 4:14:


your diamond is loose or the setting worn

badly take them to Miner's who has a good line
Christmas Gifts for
everyone of new mountings. You will also find an assortment -

on displayDOLLS of pretty Hand Carved Cameos in

I Brooches La vallieres and Scarf Pins. Owing

1 to the conditions which require-a reduction in
,all grades TRAINS .
DOLL CARRIAGES ''FIRE TRUCKS prices we have reduced the prices 20 [per cent

TOYS, all kind TEA SETS on this line.

GLASS LEMONADE SETS TINKER TOYSALUMINUM We have a variety of wrist watches at
MAYONAISE SETS CHECKER BOARDS reduced prices. Elgin, Waltham, South
CUPS and SAUCERS GARDEN SETS Bend, Illinois and Ingersoll Watches at
WAGONS established prices. A few of
CAP PISTOLS KNITTED CAPS and SCARFS All-Plated Silverware. Vest chains Stand-

AIR POP RIFLES GUNSMECHANICAL ALL CRIB WOOL BLANKETS BLANKETS ard makes at as low prices as possible including t

TOYS SILK HOSIERY war tax. We have a fine line

PAINT MUSICAL BOX TOPS SETS LINEN COVERSTIN TABLE SCARFS and of box Stationery of the best makes. ;;

HORNS MEN'S BELTS Flashlights and Batteries. We also repair -

A full line of "Sunshine" Fruit Cakes- i U D. MINER

These are the real thing.

I Starke, Florida

----- -
- --
I __6


e N+S ,,., aa.u.a
w r: ..
+t'1 5 *fdb+n0 J.u pew ? ).

. I 1.J'

____%___ ._ -. ... -;-.-.---- . --- . .------. ,--vi----- -.-..___._,--- -,--. -- ---'-'--- ------.r-- '-*- -1w------,. -, ,. I ...",ac 1 t T] : .

_:' -. ...: 'f'. i.; .... .Ji .\ ;: ... : ''fII\. '.'.. ': I L. ,W,: ",, ''J; ,..4-tft .:* ' :_:I-fW: :_.* ; '<," /? '.nIL-' _.If_ _


H fl!
10. 1.
I PAGE ) _ 2O.
, ,:!t' -- "
:. -- .,
, MEETING OP MONDAY Richard Hague of Brooker was a were in Lake Butler Tuesday CROSS

" visitor to town Monday afternoon. on business.

," Monday December-6th the called board< Mrs. Onle Pens is on the sick list was Miss a visitor Mildred here Crosby Tuesday.of Starke, TO GIVE RURAL, HELP RAPIDLY EXPANDING WORKING AT HOME

commissioners was this week.
of county
Wilbur and Doris Scott, of Starke, -
t to order b yChalrman C. A. Roberts The Woodmen Circle met Dec. 2nd,
were in town first of the ,
in Starke at 10 and the following officers were elected -
i house
k at the court' S. W. Dubose, of Worthington, wasa Program for Public Health and This American Red Cross Work \
'; : with all members present : Production of Sound American
o'clock .* m., visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon -
ft 1 to-whT-J. mes Reynolds J. M. Mrs. Ethel Chastain, Guardian. ) Community Welfare $Is Now Flourishing, in Small Towns Citizenlhip the First Aim
Brownlee O. V.:' 'B <>*k,,: _nd Drew Adviser, Mrs. John Crews. Mrs. Alice Cox of Worthington ,

a i... ? Reddish '"Sk*, .. Chaplain, Mrs. Seeber King. wall. in town Tuesday Well Under-Way. Throughout Country. j- Says Dr. Farrand.

i: ;; Minutes. of 'last meeting were read Itaar Sentinel, Mrs. D. W Borumr 'Mri."MInnie Warren, of Dukes, was e _

F __ and approved. Attendant, Mrs., H. Scarborough. a visitor in town Tuesday. .Rural communities end towns of less More than 87,000 graduate manse 'On '
Assistant Mrs. Mo el the badge of every member of
I -- f Bonds were presented by the 'fol- Messrs. Cannon and Russell, of than 8.000 population benefit In a vet'J'largf' have been enrolled In the American
the Junior are'
Feinberg. j Cross the
r '. lowing county officers and approved : Mr. J. M/THano." -w. Worthington, were business visitors parr-tQ 'the' puTillc"'tiealth and Bed Cross to date and Its department "I worda
. I 2nd Manager Serve That tells the story of the
.. to townTuesday. community welfare work f Uie American -
f' by the board: Mre. R. E. Dell. ., at nurslnc'l. dally Increasing this -
3rd Manager acbool children's
: Messrs.. William, Henry and HarrxVatnes lied Cross. Almost all of the branch of the American -
Ceo. W. ,Alderman clerk circuit Outer Sentinel, Mra: Hv Rosenberg. and Hubert Bennett. "' 8.600 Red Cross chapters have some Red Cross jind Us effort to brief
z court. Sapt. E. R. I'oppell, of Starke, is I The department of nuralug baa been
n Jiere rom.Johnetown Tuesday rural section In their territory. Therefore - happiness to children throughout the
r' E. W. Hayes, tax, collector. conducting the county teachers examination I '" '- __ _- S the Red Cross Rural Berylce.Briefly authorized to maintain an adequate world.,

' 'N. D. Wainwright, tax assessor. here this week. Dr.-Mem' 'Morrison, of Adel, Ga., the purpose of Rural Service reserve of 'nurses for the army and Realizing that the time never

? 'II. B. Wiggins: county superintendent The ladies of the Methodist church spent. several days in Lake Butler U to assist people to get out of life navy it will continue to supply the .propitious right now-for was
1' of public instruction. will"hold their bazaar today. Everyone this week guest of J. W. Townsend. snore health wealth., and happiness. In needs of the United States Public king .(he highest Ideals of teach-
W. J. Epperson sheriff invited to attend and buy their citizenship
this Instructionand
---.-*- purpose public health Health Service/; to which It baa assigned the entire
present of
; t C. A. Roberts county commissioner Christmas S" program the Junior -
presents. educational
general progressof
TilE more than 1,000 nurses In the Red Cross has been framed under
er 2nd commissioner's district. Messrs. P. M. Padgett and C. A. both children and adults play a big laat the
r ;year.It very Inclusive phrase
i J. M. Brownlee 4th commissioner' Roberts motored to Starke Monday. part "Training
38 Woodmen of the World, for
: will aaalst In establishing Citizenship Through Service" for
:3 proper
district. H. F. Prlestcr spent Sunday witbhlN the Recreation la found to b. one of the
held their annual oyster feast at others
Since the
Red Cross .lathe
!service In
foreign conntrlei
I 5th commissioner's needs In rural life. "There lalackjof
;?? 11.1F. Gainey family.Mr. Juanita Cafe the night of Dec.
agency through which the American
t I. where the American Red Cross has organized I
Dekla Fair-
chlldren .
district. and Mrs. George sufficient play-life for the -
for annual
3rd, same being the time Red Cross reaches the schoolboys
of the let of Jacksonville are I snd social life for 'the adult hospitals dispensaries an<
.- C. R. Sapp justice peace doth and baby, election of officers for the ensuing and the schoolgirls, all Its activities
, E.-A. Sapp, JusUre of the peace, i Bob Green, this week. as well as friendly, for the various baseball leagues, community singing hygiene and care of the sick have been school program, and without creating regu.lar
district. Ancil Rance Parrish of Five and other social events which: bring started for
- 10th election and thousands of women who
offices wereindQlged in, adding greatly new courses or Increasing' the number -
F G. M. Richard, juBllce of the peace Mile, were In" town Monday morning: to .the enjoyment of the session. the people of surrounding communities have never received any education. of studies to lend its aid to vitalizing .

2nd election district. on business. 1 After the ballots were finally canvassed 'together have been organised and carried thla dlivctlon. Itural. nursing which the work of the schools
J, Johns constable < th election The English department of the Lake on under the guidance of Red
Jacob > I
it was found that the following was In Its Infancy a abort while ago "The thing that Is needed" says Dr.
School is to give Cross rural workers to great; ad van'tage
t district. Butler High going: '
has been ahead Livingston Farrane Chairman 4
were elected: put at least a decade of tli*
Roncoe Johns, constable, 2nd election the play, "A Little Clodhopper" in t In many Instance solving recleatlonul American
through the work of the Cross Central Committee -
J. F. Colley.
Consul Commander problems and getting people
district. the auditorium Friday evening,' December ,
I Turner of nursing and local 1 Red Cross "Is not a perpetuation of the JunIor -
J. O. be the
Adviser Lieutenant together proves to awakening
S R. D. Bennett constable< tion district. play is one of the best and wittiest Banker, L. E. Miner, re-elected. .f the community to other conditions chaptera. breeding of sound American training and
Clerk, J. W. Morgan, re-elected. which may be Improved by united Public health nursing has been extended citizenship
G. W. Sapp, constable, 10th publmhed. It will take two hours for Inspired by the true, fundamental
and chores Eacoit, G. C. .Sweat. sctl n. to many rural communities and
the special
district. presentation a Ideals of sound democracy. One of the
A., A. lI 7.en, member of school is being prepared to make the even- Watchman S. L. Alvarez. As a result of community organisa now flourishes actively. In hundreds of great conceptions In making the fled
tion, In which there had
board, 3rd district. InJl: .an enjoyable and entertaining Sentry, Mallory Thomas. townships small towns and counties. Nearly a Cross a contributor to better citizen

?. J, O.i, Dennison, member of school one. S Physicians, Dra. Middleton, Biggs\ : keen neither, plans have nor been Interest In thousand efficient nurses have already ship In our American democracy Is the
community ;
; ,board lit district. Mrs. Edwards of Btooker l Is taking' Wills. progress organIzed been realization
( to work together with the unified assigned te this kind of work. that after all\ the sole hop
Petition L. C. Powell and the examination for teachers this Auditor, 8 years D. E. Knight. of '
. ;; signed by purpose of bringing their community The department of nursing la unitIng any n.tionswith. the children ef
.. others asking that the name of Julius week and is the guest of her sister Sovereign Thomas and Sweat are up to the most enlightened;: standards. with other organizations In a year's the country. '"

; Barkowitz .be placed on pauper roll Mrs. C. F. Rivers. S among the latest additions to the Lecture and musical entertainmentcourses campaign In recruiting nurses for The plan. o( organization of the Junior

:wall presented and after. being con- Mrs. A. C. Strickland spent Satur- membership of the camp, and this is have been started as a result training schools In educating the general Red CroHs,makes the school-pub

.sidered by the board, it was ordered day in Jacksonville.W the second time that Sov. Sweat has of community meetings well as circulating public as to standards of nursing lie, parochial and private-the! unit

that he be paid $Ii per month. C. Armstrong visited the city been elected to office, as he was chosen libraries. Red Cross schools of educatlooand In allowing communitiestheir :. DOt the Individual pupUs. Mutual service .

.. 1'etition signed by W. F. Godwin metropolis last week. S on the night of his initiation to one Instruction In Home Nursing, Care of'' responsibility toward' schools of helpful, community work such as

nnd .'others Basking that the name of D. W. Borum spent. the weekendwith of the especially important offices, the Sick and First Aid. to the larger nursing. It will endeavor to meet alii I clean-up campaigns, care of the sick,

.. ]'.I rs. Agnes Howard be placed upon his family.' that of High Arch Commander, succeeding towns the need for restrooms and public these needs as well aa to Continue the promotion of health regulations, participation -

L' the pauper roll and assistance granted : I The Woodmen Circle was honoredby "Buddy" George. comfort stitlons Is being met. Playgrounds enrollment of dietitians .who will he ; 10. an4! patriotic: movements

her., was presented. After consideration I a visit from District Manager, District Manager L. C. Jones, of for the children. have been utilized as Instructors In home dletet- -all these creative agencies designed

by the board, it. was ordered Mrs. Winnie McDonald, of Jackson- Jacksonville was present and madean established and recreational. activities lea, In *developing nutritional .eUnice to translate Into life and action

I that she be paid $7.BO per month. \ille. interesting and instructive ad worked out for the year.In and In supplying. dietitians for the the regular school. program are parts

'; The name of Mrs. Bell Cottrell was A. E. Proctor attended the Masonic dress.. Among other things he started order that there may be concerted United States Public Health !Service' of the machinery which the Junior Red

I placed upon "pauper roll and the board meeting at Sapp Saturday evening. in to boom our present Consul effort In carrying:' on the programs of and the civilian hospitals. "I Cross places at the disposal 1 of the

; ordered that she be paid $5 per month Lewis Gay, of Providence was a Commander Knight for the office of the various welfare. agencies In the The Nursing Service will continue school authorities.

The allowance of Amanda Thomas, business visitor to Lake Butler Mon Head Consul for the state of Florida, rural districts Red Cross Rural Service offer to women and young girls the Graded study courses giving practical -

pauper, was increased from $10 to at the approaching convention to be helps the organizations already on opportunity .of securing Instruction In methods of civic training supplemented -

$15 per month. st. day.Levy Fralick and.WlIIshire Brooksof held in the early part of 1921. The the. ground. The main. object of the home hygiene and rare of the sick In by pamphlets and helpful Digestions

Petition signed by I). W. Moore and Providence, were in town transacting Camp Is right in behind on that prop service i Is to lend a hand everywhereand every community In the country. This are. supplied to the local
o. otheia wall presented asking the business Monday. osition, take the lend only where neces Instruction has not only 'laid the foun schools by the Junior Red Crows An 'm
hoard .. dation for public health but In elaborate plan for promoting an Interchange .
to grunt assistance for care of Allen Green, of Pine Hill, was In sary. aome
Mrs., J. Khunie. After-being: considered town looking after business affairs Promptly at 10 o'clpck some 60 or places has given Impetus to the establishment > of correspondence between children .

:,. by the board said petition re Monday.Jim 60[ Sovereigns repaired, axe in hand, JUNIOR RED CROSS of hospitals and community In different sections of the United
:, fused. Mott and Harry Pinkaton of to the Cafe, where they made a ferocious S school houses Statea as well as with children In foreign -

The lease of county convicts held Worthington, were in town Monday, onslaught on some 10 gallonsof ACTIVE, IN EUROPE "Aa a community profits by the work lands Is being devised and will\

l>y T. J. Knabb will expire January on business.J. oysters and other side dishes. Spe. of the nurse," says Miss! Clara D. take a prominent place In the established "

1, 1921 Upon motion, the clerk was S. Howard and children: of ,Dukes cial honorable mention should be Garden seeds for' Polish; orphans, Noyes. director of the department" of classroom program.In j
made of our valiant Consul Commander nursing, "It Is logical that the com promoting the general CHUM of
ordered by the board
< to prepare notice motored to town Monday afternoon. milk for anaemic Greek: babies; carpenters' -
l : f' and advertise said lease of county Rev. Purvis, of Baker county, was Knight and Sov J. A. Morgan, tools for Czeclio-SIoviiklan munlty should be aroused to Its respon.I child welfare, Red Cross courses i hi
convicts of this who were said to have been the first alblllty. The American Red Cross home hygiene' and care of the *tck
i county for the year greeting friends in Lake Butler Mon CrtEflIe5the55 are only a few of the
.J( 1021, in the Bradford County Tele- "over the top," with Sov. J. O. Turnera gifts that young Americana are vending I stands ready to help In a general campaign first aid and dieting may be established -
day.Mrs. close third. The- slaughter. was of recruiting and must have the In all Junior Red Cross. Aux
RI'aph. Said lease to be sold to the Jim Mott of Worthington was to the war-crushed children of the<
I t highest, best something terrific. After an engagement -. support, sympathy and understanding iliaries.
and bidder Old World.
on Monday, a visitor to Lake Butler Saturday af I
of the medical profession aa well as The Ideals and the objective of the
of some 60 or more minutes, '
Jan. 8, 1921 in front of the court ternoon. Through the Junior Red Cross thebys
the Intelligent co-operation of the Red" Cross embodied ,In the
the victorious Sovereigns retired to Junior -ore
loUse at 12 o'clock M. Gordon Johnson of Five Mile and girls of the United Statea
was "
people at large. of service which the pupil Hikes
the of their forest pledge
: Representatives fiom the several a business visitor to town Saturday.Joe are giving/: fresh start In life to little
. .' banks of the county; filed their applications fowling of New River, was in there to indulge in 'a smoker anda war orphans scattered all over Europe. I when he signs the membership roll aid
his coat the Junior's bailge./
as county depositories. After town Monday transacting: business. generally: good social chat. They have set up orphans' homes In HOME SERVICE: FOR pins on which binds service
aid. application* About 11:30 after voting It tho France. school colonies In Belgium and The pledge together
( were considered *>y Sam Crews, of New River, was in : NEED reads
the board, the Bradford County Bank, town Monday attending: to business most enjoyable occasion of its kind Montenegro, and day schools In Al- I EVERYBODY IN "We and will citizenship seek In all ways: to live tip
r. I'aimvrs & Dealeia) Bank of Lake Buiwr affairs., over nart.lrlnAtA/1 In hv CAme 13R.: the bania.
S I to the Ideals of the Junior Red Cross.
.u th i'd;; ; p; .ed fti They are sending dozens of
t were designated as the county Jesse liielling, of Providence, .motored i leaving young Do you know what the present day and devote ourselves to its service.
; '.- depositories for the year 1921, and to Lake Butler Monday. : ward at central to bo preparedfor Syrians, Montenegrins, and Albanians Home Service of the American Red< "We will strive never to bring discredit .
; upon tiling\ of bonds on' Miss numerous calls for the phy- t. American colleges In Constantinople Cross la 7 i
: proper Jan. Ollie Hague: of Brooker, wall camp to this, our country, hy any unworthy
#' 8, 1921, said bank designated: a guest of Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proc sicians. and Beirut, and maintaining more thana Many people do not know that, be- act. :

: i t county depositories. tor and family this week and took theteachers' On behalf of the Camp, I desire to hundred orphan. of French soldiers aides completing the work for ex-serv "We will revere and obey our couatry'a ::0
p :,'CupU DeWitt C Jones at colleges sad trade schools. In orphanages ice men, especially the disabled It .:
presentedto examinationn.Mesdumes extend our grateful appreciation to laws and do our best te Inspire a J
the board the following icsolutlon: Armour, of Micanopy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, for and farm schools up and ,, the same neighborly service to. like reverence and obedience In those .,
down the of .
peninsula Italy there
Be it resolved by the board that and Willmoure, of Brooker were their efficient and courteous service. are families In general that It formerly about us. '
COO wards ef
aeirlv American Juniors.Laat .
license bo refunded to the military among those taking the teachers examination J. W. MORGAN, winter a thousand French children -i gave families of soldiers sailors and "We will endeavor m all these warm, .
A company, tame being. for protection in marines"Home. I II A merits
t. town week, and were Clerk. from the aa good citizens to
Inadequate shelters
F ': of said military to the county of Brad guests of Rev. and Mrs.; S. S. Proctor. Later reports are to the effect that the devssted regions were sent by the of I I 'Service covers a wide and. greater better. and more beautiful than ;;
4 p ford at large and the state of Florida. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and ion, Julian, some few quarts of straggling oysters Junior Red Cross te spend the cold varied field says Frederick C. Mun-' she waD transmitted to us." ., .

The board considered same, and upon of Five Mile, were shopping in town were encountered by a small squad of months In warmer parts of France.At roe general manager of the AmericanRed At the foundation of this school program

._.J motion, said resolution was adopted Saturday \ sovereigns under the able leadershipof : the same time five thousand little Crosa. "It gives aM to families of the Junior Red Cross la a

I by the board and the clerk instructed Messrs. Stokes and Crawford of SOy. Hayes. The squad though' Belgians were having a hot lunch everyday i In solving marketing such problems as budgetplanning great love for America's children. .'
'1 I tiding over timesof .
to furnish* copy of the resolutions Miller, were pleasant visitors to Lake suffering: from intense exhaustion, at Junior Red Cross school canteens ,
I .' to the tax collector of said Butler Monday.Jim managed to round up everything in I t\nanolM tress, keeping children Jn CROSS ACTIVEIN
school, helping crippled children wld-
county. Shaller and John Ward, of sight, even to the cracker crumbs. No American school children have already -
wed and deserted mothers, children
Scrip issued for bills approved. Providence, were business visitors to casualties reported.We raised something like a million DISASTER RELIEFWhen
backward In school and children la
Board adjourned until 1st Monday town Monday. have it on the authority of no dellars for these enterprises, and they
conflict with the laws It renders service
in January 1921. Steve Cason, of New River, was in less person than Col. Knight: himself, are still hard at work. community
I to the homeless and transient, taI disaster bits a
----. town Monday looking after business that his gastronomic eminence was In China, through campaigns of education bad
I thai Illiterate explosion
-' \ to tenement dwellers to an, flood earthquake
The Baptist Sunday School Christ- affairs.H. 'laid low by Mr. A. C. Fling, who was the Junior Red Cross la helping ''.the unemployed and fives friendly assistance wreck or tornado-the American Red

was entertainment is set for Christ- S. Miller of Miller, was a visitor present and proved to be what Is te combat widely prevalent blindness and advice to foreign. speaking : Cross can be depended upon to follow
' was eve at the church. The gifts here Monday. known In camp parlance a "fivequartman. and cholera. groups." right at Ita heels with help for the

will consist of money and of every Fate Brown of Miller motored to ." Col. Knight states that when I In addition to helping families ,In stricken: people. Red Cross relief l.

ort of clothing and produce that can town Monday.The he had to surrender the belt, he is RED CROSS RELIEFIN the solution ef their own problems, almost Immediately forthcoming-food,

be used at the Orphanage. Every Woman's Club met in the club glad that it was to the discoverer and CENTRAL Home Service helps In strengtheningthe clothing, shelter and funds; doctors

member of the school will receive the room Monday afternoon. historian of "Farmer Brown," who EUROPE weak spots In the social life of nurses and special workers with long

I usual vtreat. Those who attend are Mrs. May, of Newberry, is the guest made'Tones' Hardware famous Like S communities. It Joins hands with others experience In handling similar trouble

1 asked to bring gifts. MISs Bessie of Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman this Mr. Larson's horse, "Dad" Fling came But for timely assistance of the to make communities safer elsewhere.

Thomas has general charge of the week.W. out head first. American Red Cross during the last healthier and happier. During the last year ending June 80

I program and the place. C. Armstrong: delivered an able year, a large proportion of the 20,000- I Organizing action along lines In there was an average of four disasters ;

sermon Sunday morning. Saturday afternoon while nroute 000 population. of the Balkan: States which the community Is already Interested I a month In the United States One

\ You can save from $1 to $.& by Miss Ada RegUler, of Providence from Tampa to his phosphate camp might have starved or perished from 1 I" one of the objects of Horn hundred and fifty communities I.I la

1\ ;' buying your Shoes at Stump's. spent the weekend with homefolks. near Coronet to pay off his men Dr.J. disease or exposure. Six million dollars Service. It has established community I twenty-seven statea suffered. Tbe

i. Mrs. Eastman of. Starke, was the Hj Pratt was shot twice by a so- worth of food clothing and medIcal meetings, patriotic celebrations, pageants largest and most destructive of these
I _: LAKE BUTLER guest of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Registerfor far undiscovered enemy in.' ambush. supplies have been sent to the Balkans and picnics. Rest rooms, recreation I I were the tidal wave at Corpus ChrlstU

'( ; several day of last week. lie is reported by hospital authorities -Roitffunla" Bulgaria Albania, facilities, play. supervisors and Texas, and tornadoes In Mississippi.

I Lak, Butler Dec.: 10.-W. II. 'Carlisle Sue and Martha Alderman, of Jacksonville as doing welt and there is hope of saving Uentenegro Serbia. Bosnia .and Greece moving pictures have been provided. Louisiana Alabama..,. Georgia,. Ohio
:! of New business since the!! beginning of Red Cross relief Home Service other Indiana and Illinois.In .
l River was a spent the week-end with biB eye. The'doctor received a Through agenciesare
u visitor here Thursday. their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W charge of No. 6 shot in the left, side operations In Central Europe, r Influenced to bring about Improved these events horror 830: J persons 4

,f Mr. Shultz, of the S. B. Hubbard C. Townsend. of his face endangering the use, of while millions of dollars worth of food commercial amusements and better 'were killed l.BOO were Injured. '

I Co., Jacksonville, waa in town Tues Mrs. Hester Parkham of Rome Ga., his left eye, and another in the back these alone has been sent to the needy In school fscintfoa and te promote traveling 18,000 were, tnade homeless about 80-

; : day. was in town Saturday and Monday In of JIll bead. lie immediately stoppedthe states. libraries as Well aa to secure county 000 families needed help, the property
The money expended by the!! RedOrG.1I and almost -
Frankie the sick list the interest of tho agricultural and borne demonstration loss was nearly $100,000,000
i Major was on Ridpath Chautauqua. car, jumped out with one of the In this .stricken portion of Eu. in relief funds, not Including
first of the week. two bags of money'he carried and ran agents. $1,000,000 .
has been used to aet
rope up hospitals, I was expended
Charlie Edward, of Brooker, spent Gordon Pierce, of Tampa was the for the camp. The bag that he left in orphanage' dispensaries, mobile medical Tl you need assistance at any time emergency supplies

Saturday evening and Sunday in Lake guest of Mrs. Mattie Markey during the car was undisturbed when men units and to help In the general reconstruction go to the secretary of tho nearest Red all disesteseT
Butler guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. last week. from the camp went to the machine. of devastated areas. Amerllcan i I Cross chapter and describe the situation. .I UTo the sufferers. from Red
c Rivera. I Lum Hewitt, of Sanford. spent several The ambush of palmettos and brushappeared tractors, and other farming Implements Your confidence will be sacredly during the. year,' the worth American of imp-
Tomlmaon of Johnstown days with his mother last have been for i respected and every possible effort will Cross sent flSO.OOO
Mark was week to arranged have been sent to the agricultural Cross norses and seen.
., In town. Tuesday afternoon looking Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at about two wctks: the branches being regions where aid baa been given I be made to aid you. piles, 110 relief Red' tratas. To meet time
business. the State Farm.R. dry and dead. It conceived I v i special
,' after I was In plowing the land. of the Stricken, the torr nl at1on
1 needs !
? Misses Johnnie Rimes, of Miller, E. Dell is attending court in and showed evidence of studied delib. By the last of this year! probablyall American Red Croas Roll Call. ten relief stations operated
Jessie Cole, Ncta Blair Nettles Edna!: I Jacksonville! this week. prate Intent. Its nearness to the campis American. Red Cross agencies administering Tbe Fourth Annual Roll Call of the up food canteena and a. many
Baxter Evelyn fernery are guests of Lester Plnholstor, o( Brooker, visited puzzling. relief\ In Central! Europe American. Red Cross will be held this hospitals. One hnndred

Mrs. A. C. Strickland this week. I In Lake Butler Sunday morning. will have withdrawn. By that time, It year from Armistice Day, November. and emergency twenty-flve. Red "Cross chaptera

g Mrs. B. F. Shaw, of Alachua, was Miss Clem Hampton of Tallahaa Williston road district has voted a Is believed the people will have approached 11. to Thanksgiving Day, November 2.1 disaster relief! eervlce.M .

L . the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivera I HOC, is in Lake Butler assisting with bond Issue of $100,000 for the purpose a normal state of living and Inclusive. During this period the men. gave disaster ever strikes this town or

e this week and while hero took'the the touchers' examination held in the I of building a hard surfaced road will be able through their own agencies and women. of the United States win county, the citizens can be absolutely

t4I*, teachers examination. hifh school building. from the Alachua county line on the which the Red Cross baa helped set ', pay their annual duos and renew theirmembership. sure the Red Cross will be right\ se

Rev. W. C. Armstrong left !Monday S Mesdamea Lou Futch and Tom north to the Marion county line on up to provide for themselves.SI ., i band to help them In every way.

morning for Klssinimee to attend the} Dukes of Five Mile, were in town.. the south, a distance of twenty-two ... C

State Baptist Convention In session i I this week. milei.
.. .,



\: - ,,_- .5-rI---- 5--,... S SSi.

11"::. I'!IJII.' ll h "i 1'0"" : t .". : i.-_ S_ # S -.-- S .'. .., ."""": >:......r."t'-'_," '- ." ,".,...".. _.'--. -.-. -. ...----".....,....'. .. .......". ...."'... ....t '".;;;:;;..,.' .

I!:; w---:
-._ . -- ,_ .

- - ..... - -

i "" rr



,- ... -
__.--- I ai-l ..- --

bribing; of. They taunt jnT icr n. Hand [well" put on the coin we get afterwards ,

fsI onc chare our secret together. end fh19h rye got another guy with A
7" Ton ,flivver that's ready to meet us about 2:

:r ADd then the clown beat upon his : o'clock this morning to haul away the

+ f drum and the clilldreu all marched stuff: as feat as we pass It dp to him

stiffly behind., 'through the alley wlndo,,:.. We've

4 When a magnificent Santa Clan t1 Cosrb got It all framed for a fake capture

s Baked the children to Ming with blmd and tying up of' our other pal, the QetingiaA

the voice of' the hospital children tight watchman, so that the bulls rant

ne out.with the rest Gertrude Hard get wise to Mm. We're willing to split

IB felt herself swelling, with pride. 111.isi.111 ,hour ways on tile swag If y' wanta go

} Later when Banta Claua perceived ,lpe In on It with us.: Whatcha say now,

Jthat one of the hospital children had !1>o, huh Safe and easy as falling off t

:Ir n unusually lovely voice be asked la log!I"The t

i Jib Ira to sing alone sinister appearance of tbe rut

" And tj''ere In the; shop he Rang, sang 1 /1. ,,flan repelled Tom, tnd tbe very
', rlth toV! thrill of' happiness that a thought of the crime they contemplate j-r'fr7iic: I

', Ird singe with when first ba feels the t ''ed' struck him with fright. It meant :

l' armth and sweet" fragrance of the I;' ale ,Jail, disgrace.; If they were raught.

',. t"J.rlDC.. I I ,'nut I-I never have dime anything \

; He had never been asked to sing before Ferree Cuss tike that In my life," lie slamtuttrud ,

In like this-In a big shop where [ weukly teeth chattering In the
Q people were and where people listened + v t ;kV
: biting w Ind. "It would be crfmlnal. $\
; i
. [Ito him not because be was being vis- HEN Tom left the farm togo (,The whisky doesn't belong to us. It .si \ \
Yted in a hospital and must do his part : to the city to make bis I
would be Illegal for us even to try to :
I f Ito entertain the visitors' but because o fortune be did It contraryto sell It afterwards."
'", ,(somehow or other they liked his voice the ominous bead- "Pahl" spat the ugly-vlsaged man, v k' J; Yxk x '"

It rang out true and strong HeBblftct shaking end phophecles
sllt>erlog.l)'. "You look pretty a bird
] the crutch which he had never of disaster of all the Ike
youse, talking Hint way aboutWhat's
without and which he would neighbors. Even his father -
teen nev- :
lawful and all that t Lots that
:er be without to the end of' his days, and mother with past these rich have cared how l
guys you ,
:and then be was asked to sing an ('0- years of toll rapidly beginning -
got along since you came to town,
to tell upon them, were pessimistic
(COre from the looks of' you They've got M nl "
Ilia face was flushed with the pleas- of his chances of success, nor \ y :
fine, worm homes aDd coin and every Y
,are of doing something which was could they resist expressing their fore thing. Wotta they'core whether poor .
liked In this big outside world. bodings. .
bums like us have to go hungry or .
He looked at Santa Claus and The old folks loved their boy too ; 91 ..
freeze: In the gutter on Christmas eve? : -' ; ..1
ibeatned.He well to reproach him for his desertionnow :
Why should you care nbont them when
had already sung a popular song In the first flush'of hIs young I .
they don't give a about ? ,
which he had learned from the squeaking manhood, but their hearts did ache at rap yonYou've 'W.
got to go.on living, ain't cha, -
talking machine which someone thought of the separation huh?" -
'bad given the hospital when It was no "You'll soon get tired of all that ;
Tom his
hunched shuddering shoulders
'longer fit for the home, and now he hurly-burly there In the city, Tom," '
thought lie would sing something bets the old father told him. "And when against the wind, trembling as .

ter. Somehow he felt It would be you do, I want )'011 always" to remember much because of his own moral Irresolution i.., .
as from the terrible cold :I:
proper and vaguely perhaps he felt It that we've still got a place for you
I "Well bo, how about It? Are y'on .,. 1.l
'would show a gratitude for Christmas back here at the old homestead. It "
or ore y' Ftlll so almighty .. : .
that went deeper. Dimly he thought mayn't be as tine and showy as lots particular t" 1 . ,

,these tilings. you'll fee there In the city, but It's t v

Someone had taught them a hymn more the sort that the good Lord Intended I- a c f?i :
.Jn the hospital, a hymn which he had you for. Ma and I are hoping: ,a a I

,, always loved. It made one feel better the best for you, son, but-when you

stronger, hiippler somehow. It do find out that your fortune's not t&: .

was a very glorious hymn be bad always : away off there-Just pocket jour pride : 4j'
thought. and come back here to ua who love + Ji..II L :

,I And be sang: you." 1/-/ :
So young Tom left the farm with

,, -It" That came Klorlous upon the song midnight of old clear Chining eyes and a high heart and adventured '
, From anKela bending near the earth Into the great, faraway city r I
, To touch their harps of gold; g 4. \
f Peace on the earth good will to men. In quest of fume and fortune. ( .
Krom heaven's alt..raclou king; How he fared there and all the sorry j
)r The world In solemn Rtlllneaa lay I disappointments that repeatedly
To hear the angels l sine." .
I- overtook of absence
him during that year ,
i Right to the end of' the hymn he o would be a long und harrowing .-4 II LIEU I -e ...

) sang and the people thanked him and story to tell. He chased his rainbow + tcttAs '

a Santa Claus told him It bad been loveIly to UN end, yet found the fabled pot of r ,

1 and gave him a man-like clap on' gold not there as he had so confidently L1- l .

the back and blatantly expected. _:: r
r Gertrude Harding had felt a lumpIn Tom nnide applications for all sorts t.

her throat and had smiled with of otllce positions only to find himself.

I .eyes that were misty. i quickly I rejected, because of bin lack "yrr<.'
So the angels did bend near the ,,01'' experience In those specific HIM I
l' earth-even In 'these days-and evenover i" '+zrr
\\ell, anyway, J'ra young and husky _
hospitals where crippled; and 111 -
and used to hard manual labor ,
L children were. It was the humans, "How'd Y'Like the Idea "
I Tom consoled himself. "I can at least Huh
not the angels, who
forgot and who '
get o job with a'contractlng gang, as
\\I- I went through life not thinking!II a .pointer, or plumber's assistant, or about how y' bundle the stuff belong

Hack to the hospital she took the tenmslef. That will suffice to keep me log to all them rich guys?" ,,

r, children late late that afternoon. The going for a while until Jbe sort of position God I" groaned. poor Tom In .the

hospital was In semi-darkness. Chll- I want turns up." abyss of his wretchedness. "Yes, I'll.
do III I I wlllt I "
i; Bat even In those lines of work the will )

4 green country boy. found himself suddenly The other clapped him roughly on

brought up short. against a blank the shoulder with a saturnine leer and
1 attempt at jocular fellowship . .
wall. He had no references as to past -
city employment and 'nobody would "Well, I thought chit would," heraap..d .....,
I / hoarsely "We'll meet cha at .''I\'M'a'\ ....';.
hire him after once finding out that he . '.. "
the corner by the lumber yard at 130. .... ,
bed no union curd.Ilmldled A> :<
Don't full to be there + C'xR'vr Ras "lia ,-' ...i;, 1""< I
In his shabby overcoat on you now !I" t ?r 4 '< ,sd ,' .
""'1.; .. jJ..t;.
t a street corner In the squalid sectionof "I'won'tl I I'll be there-all. right!I" A" ... "; "" '" .. .,. 7' .. '

the city-the Icy wind whistling Tom muttered brokenly Already In .1". ...'I>' ," ,. ',... ..... '. ,.(..,j-:'; """<.' "':
I ,
his .w "F{ ;
cringing soul he felt like the .
around him and biting through bill thief c-- ":I. 7:" -
Y 1 %, threadbare larm'nlpoor: Tom stood he had pledged himself to become. Oh ( ...1..r.

heaven If only- R "M.-J. r t? .
on the evening before Christmas, wondering y ; ..t'

f : where he might find a shelter hour To, he kill dug time his until numb the hands appointed deeper 'W zIl. ... ,'a" '.. ....;;,:,)kisay..>>..: "..:.o. a,4+...'*S.+l

, In which to sleep that night without
down Into bis pockets and
j wandered

freezing.Just how long be had stood there, aimlessly on. He had no particular n ci always come to visit you at Christmas-time-each '..
shivering In the chill wind on the objective mind nave only the need '

street corner-bitterness against the to keep, moving lest he freeze: or go

great, unfeeling: city rankling In his mad with the strain of' waiting. lie rlEI But every time. I come along I miss a face that's dear;
shrank from I
letting himself
heart-Tom did not know; lie was think

hearing startled a from hoarse his, wheedling moody reverie voice by at party.the deed to which he was about to be Some girlie is woman grown, some boy is now a man.

bis very elbow, saying what was Intended Involuntarily his dragging footsteps
took him back Into the But while the of kiddies lasts I'll ;
as a confidential tone"now' :- more brilliantly crop the best I ca.Jb.
I lighted retell shopping district \
Their Day' of Dreamed-of Pleasure y'lIke a nice hot feed and ,
some coin to jingle In yer pants botAin't where the crowds. already had thinned, To make
shout instead
dren who had been too recently operated hungry are 1ft," hurrying home to their families and ]Jio you cry, y :
happy, expectant klddlns with the holi-
upon or who could not leave Whirling ebout, Tom saw that his t

their beds sat up as boat they couldto accoster was an under-sized, burly fellow day The celebration hours In mind And make you laugh instead of sigh !!
dragged slowly It ,
with by.
hear of the news of the outside a tough truculent visage and
world. baud shoved deep Into the tilde pock- came near the hour for the stores to

Little white-clad figures listened to ets of his coat. He wore a battered close. But still there was time If 4 .
<<) /
i with tile poor Tom bad only had money, to '
the glowing accounts brought to them cap visor pulled low down "/ f.f;
of the great life which went on beyondthe over his eyes and spat malevolentlyupon hove rushed In; bought the presents ow. '
he wanted for v.. ,, ,
ward. the sidewalk each time before be the old folks and children

And for every little child who bad spoke. and caught the midnight train W. 'ft.

to stay In the hospital, Gertrude Hard- "How'd ,.'lIke the Idea, huh?" he reIterated back to the country. He easily could

Inc had brought a small present, only In bis raucous, grating voice, reach there by morning and appear. asa You will find
a trifling one, but a remembrance from sidling closer as he spoke and casting joyous surprise' to them- all your Xmas needs here. Santa Claus is still

j the great world. a wary eye up and down the nearly lint ah 1 Why drive himself to distraction -

Then the hospital rules which had deserted gloomy wind-suept Street there by thinking of that when on the job, and if you are looking for prices come and let

I been lifted for a few minutes after Tom regarded him with distaste and was no chance that- ,

t the ones who had been out so late had undisguised mlstrhst. He looked likea It And right then, suddenly, he espied us shpw you. We have the prices and stock select fro
[come back were In order again, and typical thug. But misery cannot be lying there, almost at his very feet- to m
i there too fastidious shout, the a big, fat wallet, with not a person in DRY
was silence In the ward and company GOODS SHOES
soon there would come sleep keeps Finally Tom scowled blackfy nearer than a hundred yards of him. NOTIONS & GROCERIES.
and answered : Plainly someone had lost It In their
K she
got home that evening,
K'tired but very, very happy, she Bald "What's that to )you anyway mad haste to get born THE SHRIVER
"Well, stopped and scooped It likea COMPANY
o herself: you're outta luck ain't cha, I up
"There pall Vrr on yer uppers, stony broke flush. Around the corner he surrep ,
are born I
mothers, I And
yes titiously l .
examined It.
and maybe with an Bills-both
empty belly, too
are born FLORIDA '
children toot 1 Chil
hub hot Well, I guessed that rnnch.I green and yellow, of large; .denominations ,
dren who need to be loved much ..__ .L . . _
women who need as as nln't blind yet 1 ain't I Well I --uiey rainy slurred It I There
children to love. And
'hough there, need a pal for a little job tonight and were seven hundred dollars or morela HIGHLAND -
Is a difference between Jacksonville
small fortune the arrived Saturday for
bone we both can make a lotta Jack of' to miserable boy a
of one's very own, and those -- out who had not even eaten for visit with relatives K K It S
It, s er .fourteen:
*ho Highland Dec. Miss
are 10 Ollie Marr
not. It -
seems as though none hours. Miss
who In n "born mother" should go "You-you mean-burglary?" Tom Far r.roneJ'1tofone.1 than, I \ Money I spent' several days last week> guest of with her MaA'I'I.Crewa brother '* Hy-Tcst Seed for
rough life muttered hesitantly, with an Involuntary possibly could need her sister Mrs. D. L. Kitfby of ood Results
walking blindly by the even In his :
(any motherless contracton: of his heart most extravagant dreams Starke.Mr. Iterman
children. With a gurgling Tom Mrs. I Potatoes and Onion
"Humph 1 Not anything like safecracking cry stuffed tbe ,
"For every childless mother there Is or breaking Into a house, I- wad of' bHli Into his trousers pocket, and Mrs. L. A. Curruthers of Dora, returned to eHt and Oldest Estab-

Bve motherless child to whom one can don't. Too many people, staying (I I threw away the fine leather purse and Jacksonville, spent the week-end here sonville Friday after Douse in the State.
some of the love and Interest ande with the kid over Christmas. trees to- made a mad dash for the nearest department with Mrs. Carruthers' sinter, Miss with her parents ; Field Seed for Fall
pride which would otherwise go te store. Ruth Parker Wilkinson. Seed Oats liar-
ate" night. I ain't keen on takln' fool Rye
tin her chunre like that. I'm tellln' gal r Now, No need now to keep his .sinister Miss Lillian Mackery, of Lawtey Miss Hen Murr New crop Turnip.

Kirtstmnn sleep she seemed to hear the this I wantrha for Is something soft ; criminal l appointment, more necessity was the week-end truest of Mr. and from a visit with rt> Egg Plant' Pepper

tad carol which the hOSf.ltollad safe and easy as falling off a lug. You fore Mrs. James Strickland. Dr. G. W Brown, FALL CATALOG
sung and she knew what had been e e e Mrs. David
'Wveale know the big prices people are willing e Lang Mrs. Fred IanA'and business visitor

| IShe 1 had to h"- to pay for real bonze since the country But the most gladsome fcu\iire of Messrs. Lon Moselcy{ and C. M : Mrs. II. C. I SEED CO.,
traveled Into the 'land of young Tom's norm-coming that Hudson were business visitors to
blldren went dry, don't cha? Well right: next WimU-rly and Miss!
tolled the at Christmas time and bad near here, 1 know a certain warehouse day was his blushing announcement to UiwU-y Saturday.J. tended u "Hilly 1'S FLORIDA

Sien "mile' that cnn be smllexl I that's got 20 cease of whisky stored In the old folks that tie hAd had nongb Ii I. :Marr visited friend at Bron- Jacksonville Sunday
get. a look ------ ---
at the heart tit a the buNi'inetit. Real bonded stuntThe of the biff city : that he bad com son Saturday.
plldl I It0 W. Max Wimberly
home trip and
: till. w....... ....._ ,'.".. 'watchman Is an old pal o' mine stay u they had prayed b" Gilbert II. barker visited relatives berry Wednesday QUININE:T.hlen nroov the

aid In willing to lei' n* SHIJM* n if ... ."e '"'-'.'" .............. CaIa J in Jacksonville Sunday. I weeks spent. with his only ODe "Broom Quinine"

I Mr. and Mrs John Padgett, of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. 'n.m...on boa 300. /r'

.!>I'J. .... _' .,., ...r '
> >

t *

-- .-- -,-. '
_ii r ii'ni "*,' in ,,i
r K. J'.W'/ w. ..

t .


r -


p --- THERESSA evangelist, Sam J. White, preach. 'I I barrels to the acre. It can readily be

I. Florida's Prison Institution I Johnnie Williamson, of Hampton, seen that even with potash selling
Theresita, Dec. 10.-Mis*' Estelle was a visitor here Sunday._afternoon. I'i from $3.60 to $4 a'unit it will pay' to
Woodard returned Saturday from the S i i use it. It should also be remembered
county seat after several days visit WATERMILL j| that .it costs just as much to
(Continued From Last Week) her how she liked life at the farm."I there with relatives. I the land, cultivate the plants prepare and i

1 have visited hundreds of prisons and in. wouldn't want a better place to live, if I Mrs. K. N. Cain and granddaughters Watermill, Dec. 10.-Rev. Crosby,ithe!|.I I crop that yields 25 barrels dig an
I of the United States. Irene and Thelma, of Louise, of Sampson City' filled his appointment acre as that )'Ieldina100 barrels.A .
etitutions in every part was only free, was her'reply.But '
were guests of daughter, Mrs S. : at Dedan Saturday and Sunday. A fertilizer
Nowhere have I ever found more cleanly, sanitary there was no suggestion any where that B. Woodard, several day ago. I O. W. Thomas and Willie Fowler, ammonia, 6 to testing 8 per 4 cent to I 6 available per cent

conditions than in these stockades and dormitories there Is any pampering of prisoners or any play- A Sullivan spent Saturday night I were business visitors to Starke Fri I'I phosphoric acid and 3 to 5 per cent*

i''' where Florida's criminals are housed. ing of favorites. Long hours, hard work plain and Sunday at Hampton with his day.W. i. potash has given good results. At
daughter, Mrs. E. F. Hardoe. I R. Hodge and family Mrs Vio- I least 1 percent of the
'r'' Nowhere have I found conditions more orderly, food and plenty of it, and fair treatment are the J. E. Phillips was a visitor. to the .la Thomas attended church at Dedan f be derived from sulphate ammonia of should

N" :and nowhere have I found less of the prison smell rules at the farm. Working hours from daylightto county seat Friday. Saturday and Sunday. I lor. nitrate of .soda with the ammonia balance

or observed less of the prison attitude among the dark summer and winter, and everybody works S. B. Woodard has returned from Mrs: J. H. Brown was shopping in I from organic sources, such as tank-
Orlando and will be home with his Brooker Tuesday afternoon. age, cottonseed meal or blood. Prob-
the state
prisoners themselves. These men at who is able to work Sunday is the only recrea- '
family until after the Christmas holidays. -:: Little Miss Creacy hedge was a.ably the best source of potash is the
farm, confined .for offenses against the law, do tion time allowed. There is a hospital, clean but visitor to Brooker school Friday. sulphate, either high or low grade. "'

not give onE! the impression of being convicts. severely plain, where prisoners on the sick list M. W. Lee, of Lakeside, was transacting A. L. Green and daughter: Pearl,I In buying seed be sure that it is
like business in the county metropolis attended the funeral of H. C. Surren- free<< from disease and before
They stand up and look you in the eye men, get good treatment, but no encouragement to planting; 6
Friday: .. cy Friday afternoon.J. disinfect them by either of the follow
d or at least most of them do, and when they shake sham sickness. On a knoll some distance from the There will be preaching; at the II. Brown was a visitor to Brook ing methods: ((1)) soak seed for 2

hands, they give you a real manly grip-not the main building a new tuberculosis sanitarium, Christian church Sunday. Everybody er Sunday morning!, II hours! in cold formaldehyde, 1 pint

; limp, flabby hand one is accustomed to in so mostly windows and porches is being erected, for invited to attend. Mrs. W, R. Hodges was shopping to 30 gallons water; or: (2) soak the
Mr. and **rs. R. M. Hersey were In Brooker Monday morning. seed for 30 minutes in a 1 to 1000 ea.
afflicted with the white and
institutions. prisoners plague
many endchildren lution corrosive sublimate.
among the visitors to Starke Satur Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes
All of which, to me, was impressive; because if there is any spot in Florida where sick people were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Disinfecting the seed will not pre. fJ f1'

I had heard many awful tales, up to a few may get well, it should be this spot, so far as pure day.Mr.. and Mrs. Pry, of Hampton, mo- Gene Surrency of Pine Hill Sunday. I I vent blights but will prevent scab
of tored to our section Sunday afternoon Mrs E. A.. Fowler left last week except in badly infected soil. To ;
years ago, of the brutal treatment prisonersat air and wholesome food go.I' for Starke, blights spray with bordeaux: mix-control ,

this same state farm--of how men were beaten Mr. Blitch TalksI Miles Crews, of Long Bridge was a D. J. o. Green, of Willeford spent ture. For detailed spraying directions

to death and shot down by armed guards for asked Superintendent Blitch 'to tell me visitor here Saturday and Sunday.J. the week-end here with his family.L. write for Extension Circular II,
bread S. Griner of Brooklyn was in A. Fowler, of Starke, spent the e_ --
nlight i infractions of prison rules; kept on what changes he had made, why he had made our town Monday. week-end here with his parents, Mr. Ifl..

and water, allowed to sicken and die without them, how many more he hoped or proposed to The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. F. S., Fowler. I I Power of Mr..i ,mprenIC"a I',

proper medical attention, and generally, more make, and whether or not the ,reforms he has D. J. Phillips has been on the sick D. D. Thomas, of Ziff, was in our ID spite of it., f..rt thnt she has '

like beasts than human beings. Of course I made are planning out as he had hoped. list but is improving at this time. section, Saturday I I I often barn' cnrrw taj our fair young .It
read the Mrs. R. M. Hersey,was a visitor to friend Chlor'ti'lii still calls It tl'.c> ". '
of'us know news-
knew'as most 'I "When I took this job," he explained, "I Starke Monday.G. IRISH POTATO AND .l pMrnu ( .In.r. !f'=mtj -

papers, that in recent,years Florida: has abolished had no fanciful theories about prison reform. I M. Bennett was transacting business SEED TREATMENT
many of these horrors, that state prisoners at Long Bridge first of the week I j I To Stop a Cough Quick
; farmer
had been and somewhat of Dn-R. W of the Florida
a a politician, School has closed here until' after Ruprecht, HAYES'
and take HEALING
are no longer sold to turpentine contractors Experiment Station, that now is' HONEY, a
and I. thought I knew some things about people Christmas on account of a case of says which stops the cough br
lumbermen under contract, and that many re- and human nature, and that's all the training I :diptherla in the home of Mr. and Mrs. .the time for Irish potato growers; to healing the inflamed and irritated tissue*. A
{ forms had been instituted, but I had not realized :G. W. Hinson, the patient being the order their fertilizers.In A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
x FJoridans have realized had for the place. But-I was sure that men were ;infant daughter of Mrs. Gnann, who an experiment' station potato SALVE for Cheat Cold. Head Colds and r.
other ,
and I imagine few men and women were women, even if they had I passed away into the great beyond a bulletin now on the press are given: Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
i that within the last five years Florida's entire few weeks ago. We hope,the title I results of three years experiments' HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
made mistakes, and I didn't believe that they were should be rubbed the chest
on and
;with this crop in the Hastings; ipft'on.The throatof
that to. will have
has undergone such.change one a speedy recovery.
penal policy wholly bad or hopeless, just, because they had experiments have shown that In children Buffering from a Cold or Croup.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, '
this state in the treatment of its convicts, The healing effa-t. of H. ..' Healing Hon
\ day :order to produce the best yield, a fertilizer . r In-
made mistakes. In other words, I never have be- were week-end guests of her parents idothe ttiroucombined with the besting effect of
has become one of the most progressive in the Mr and Mrs J. P. Padgett.The containing at least :3 per rent (.rov.'e O-PeD-Trau Salve through the pom of
lieved in the idea that there is such a thing as a potash should be used. The Increasein he nkla aoon nop*a cough. _
a B. Y. P. U. Js Itoth .
union. getting along remedies are lNU'InMIID one carton and the
.born or confirmed criminal, who prefers crime to nicely. yield of the plots where 3 per cent cot of the combined treatment to SSo.

Roofed Sentry Boxes .'decent living, if he has a chance for the latter. SoI Johnnie Williamson, of Hampton, potash was used over those where no Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Scattered over the big farms are dozens of potash was used amounted to, 15.7 HEALING HONEY.
was the of friends here Saturday
guest -
when I came here, I got all the prisoners together,
roofed sentry boxes or guard houses, where in I night.; -
= -- ----- -- -- - -- -- -
\ asked them how we could work together to make
former guards armed with shotguns or Some of our farmers are still' busy
years 'things better for them, and they told me. We grinding cane.Saturday .
rifles stood guard over men and women, whitei afternoon, Boyd, the lit 1x
\ arrived at a good understanding. I told the men
i ''I and black, who did the work in the fields. These tie son of Mr. and Mrs Ed Sullivan
\ I would trust them. The guards and the
guards were political hirelings, given full authority guns was laid to rest here in Hope cemetery -
t went, and the prisoners were put"on their honor after several weeks of illness
to shoot when they considered necessary. at the home of his Mr. and
;to live up to the regulations and help, me to keep parents
P Today the sentry boxes are empty, mute witnesses Mm. Allen Strickland near Starke. B
discipline. We have tried it out now for three All that loving, hands and tender
of the changed policy brought into the man- I
I years, and the system has proved the right one. hearts could do was done to prolong f
under the
agement of the his life, but all to avail and he
We still have rulesstrict ones, too, and occas- ,
of Superintendent and Mrs. Blitch. In everyLuitding passed away quietly Friday night.
t I talked with prisoners who were underI ionally a man has to be punished, but punishment Boyd being the only child, had become .
i is meted out with justice, and it's usually the new- the joy and pride of the home
I I the eyes of no guards or paid employees and ask- 'comers' who haven't yet learned' they will 'get but he was only given to them to
,, .nd them whether they were well treated, and brighten' the home for five yearn' and
', justice who break the rules. They soon learn that then passed into that better
.t:1 every one of them assured me, and seemed to takegenuine I away land
: the deal prevails here however and and "over there," where and
j square agony sorrow -
pride in the statement, that they did '
is never known. The funeral' services 00
then there is no more trouble. We have fewer
.., not believe there was a prison anywhere where were conducted by Rev. J. T.
men got a squarer deal. Men in charge of ,the attempted escapes than when we,had the guards Barnes, who spoke comfort to the sorrowing -
i land and for what parents, and other relatives
! guns, you can judge yourself
various workshops, men working at the sawmill, 1
' lie leaves'
to his
the honor system is doing for the men. I couldn't mourn untimely
in the fields-everywhere on the placepointedout death,'his parents, grandparents five ,
with pride the lustiness of the crops, the fine( be happy among men who slunk away from meet I aunts Misses Ethel' Ruby and Nellie k
ing others, and who had been so cowed and degraded -; Strickland, of Jacksonville, Mrs. R. MI f
y, conditions of the cattle and poultry, the cleanliness .....-
Crosby, of
, they had lost their self-respect. Mulberry, and Mrs. E. F.I i I IHardee
of the dormitories the kitchens the bake-
I of Hampton besides a host
l shop and the grounds. | "What we are trying to do here ISnot, simply .t f other relatives. The entire community I

to punish men! for breaking the law but to build extends their heartfelt sympathy i
", After lunch, Mr. hutch was called away temporarily to the bereaved I
I"' a by some business. calling a man from a Jup' their health, their-morals, their'habits of industry The pallbearers were ones.Messrs. D. c.1|J L Ii

: 1' nearby building, he introduced him remarking: and their self-reliance so that they won't Jones Abner Gordon, and Barney t-7
t "' ,be so likely to come back again after they have McRae.
:;. "Mr. will take you around until I can get loose. Mrs. R.M.. Hersey holds the record
I, .i Through The Plant served their terms. We think we are making for growing the largest' turnip havIng -

:' !headway. There are still some things I hope to raised one in her garden weighing
. The sturdy, fine-looking man thus named as
change and I believe will come'in 5 pounds. |
they time.
: my guide escorted me through the building, introduced Mrs John Phillips and son, Char- BUY A
.' me to the baker, the cook, the engineer "Such as what? I queried. lie, left Monday for Miami Buena BICYCLEr

j and men in charge of the workshops, drove me to "Well," said Mr. Blitch, very seriously and Vista and other South Florida points

several fields to inspect growing crops, showed thoughtfully, "I have never believed that put- where visit they with expect relatives to enjoy an extended

"""j tone the auditorium where there are picture shows.ting stripes on-a man is good for him. My belief II. D. May is moving! his family to from

: and concerts every Saturday night, pointed out is that the prison stripes sink into a man's with Cyril the this week, where he III connected

I I ., the baseball grounds and told me with enthusiasm I'I'I soul, and that he-can never be quite the same man A party turpentine.composed business.of Mr. and Mrs.

: of the fine baseball game played the previous Sun again with quite the same"self-respect after wear- W. T. Wallace Blanton and Charlie B. LILIENBLUM

, day between two teams of prisoners, unlocked for (,ing them. Like the lockstep, the whipping post Owsley Hall, Calvin and Eloise Triest Owsley Misses Florence -

. my inspection the bookcases made by prisoners and the armed guards, I believe modern society Hampton Wednesday night and went had to

|n which the books comprising the prison's circulating I(and methods. have.. out- grown them,0 ,, and that theyshould the pleasure of hearing the noted GAl N ESVI LLE FLA.I

\ library are kept, told me of the pleasure of I' be abolished, because the state cannot afford - I

Pie men in reading and the need for donations of to be unfair to any of its citizens, even if en, even though they are in prison
'i'i are still men world without and
often without clothes,
I money,
anon; books ; told of the two string bands which they have broken the laws. They must have and women, and are entitled to be treated branded
as as jailbirds. Why shouldn't they comeback
i (Furnished music for the Saturday evening con- their chance to make good. I have several times such." I
? What
terts, and of the hope of having a real brass band recommended to the state board that stripes be "What do you mean?" I asked. else can you expect?

I before long. [abolished, but so far the board has not seen fit "This," said the superintendent "I the I There is a Southern state that has made much M?
the I to adopt the recommendation. I believe of the fact that its prison farm in one year earned
"And what is your job on payroll however, day may soon come when, by putting this farm
' finally asked.' I it will come, and I hope soon." a paying basis, it will be possible to on more than a million dollars profit, which was used y,

he in "I thought "And how is the honor system working out pay prisoners to reduce the taxes. I asked Mr. Blitch what he
'm "Oh, said surprise, you i iI for their work. It does not seem right to me
' in results the farm?" I asked. thought of this record.
Jtnew that I am a prisoner. that when a man who is the bread-winner of

Another man, in another building, told me "Since we abolished the guns and substituted family makes. a mistake, the wife and children a.. "As a farm record,.it's fine," he said. "As a social -

Confidentially that he hoped to be pardoned in a fair play and honor for fear and punishment, should bear the heavier burden of the punishment. and economic policy; I think it's very wrong

f few days. A few minutes, later in explainingthe we have doubled the efficiency of the prisonersin as is now the case. The law requires a man to for the state to compel men deprived of their liberty -

plans for the new ice and cold storage plant, their work," was the surprising reply., "Free support his family while he is free. The state to help support those who are free."

he said: "We are going to have a pretty complete labor is always superior to enforced labor, and should see to it that they are supported by his toil An interesting man js Superintendent Blitch,

system of self-supply when we get the plant the nearer we can come to establishing prison while he is in prison. Prisoners should be given and an interesting place is the state farm, whether j

finished." I conditions that put men on their own initiativeand remunerative labor, and required to perform it. you think of it just as a farm, or as a place i.

"But why do you say 'we' when you expect honor the better work and the more work If they have families, an allowance should be madeto where Florida is trying to work out one of the Y

f ir to ,leave soon?" I asked :(they will do. This farm is now practically self-' the families equal to the value of their services.If most serious problems of civilization-that of ",+!

"Well," he replied soberly, "I have been here supporting. We have about 470 men and women they have no families, their wages should be making criminals over. into honest, useful memo ;

three years, and I expected to have a pretty hard here, black and white, in addition to the convicts put into the bank for them, so that at the end of bers of society. ? ,.

time when I came to prison, but aside from the working in the road camps. Since we must util- their terms they will have. a nest egg with whichto And whichever feature'of the institution you t

fact that I am a prisoner, I haven't had a bad time ize this labor, we are doing much work by hand make a new ,start in life. Under the present consider to be the most important and interesting, ,

'i at nil, and I think :you'll find that most of us are undoubtedly that could be done by machinery, and system, the state sends a man to prison, deprives.. it is certainly a remarkable fact that 470 convtc-<

pretty proud of this farm. You see, most men it will not be many years before, we will be able his family of his support, and actually, in many 1 ed criminals, under the direction of a superinteii- 5 5I s'

are proud of their own work,When its good work, to show a balance on the profit side of the ledger. cases! ; sentences the wife and children to lives of I dent and only eight salaried assistants, are doing 4'!

, ''i and we are the fellows who arc making this farm 1 I for the farm's operations." crime or immorality. Thai{ is not right. It is not i the work on a 4,000-acre farm, and making a success -
',r, ''r what it is. So why shouldn't we'be proud of it?" "And what" then?" I asked. just! and it is not Christian. We bring men here, i t. of it. On most jobs it would require a larger w.

A neat, attractive colored woman waited on I "Then, went on Mr. DUtch, "I hope we may keep them for years, and at the end of their terms!' I. number of foremen, timekeepers and bosses to direct ;t..

t, Ii the table at lunch. Mr. Blitch explained that sho take a longer step than any we have yet taken towards regardless of what their conduct and usefulnesshave f the efforts of the same number of free wage 7.,'

was serving a life sentence for murder I asked recognition of the fact that men and wom- been while here: turn them loose into the workers. .

i I i., ,
-- "


... .


.w r'n' wnwwa .....".' ...,... ._- . .. -.. """. '. ..... ".' ,' ._' ..... -.,. "--'. 7io" .,.,,.'- ..'-, ,............:..: ..-.--. t...

. : .,' .. .. .. . .. .. .... ' ''' '' .. "" ..... ... -. "' 01, .,.... '' '' 4Tflj ,.. '.' .
: .
;. : : _
,. .-". >...;..: *-_ :" .-7 : '. ,.. : .: .! . ; ,



FRIDAY. DFXEMBER: 10.1920. u___ --__ _-._ __ ___-__ _ _-_

ed hi. brothers J. V. and T. B. Ed. attending to business here Saturday.J. woxMt-Kiet (no ,nsrk. thenoe. Eaut 10.0 feet diner.\ County Judy.., In and for Bradford. S
'< mark). thence North ., for order sell at .
LAWTEY !I tn a llhtwond poet no an t "
FARMERBROWNFarmer I wards last week. lie was accompanied L. Williams of Fables Ala., who 1820 feet to the place of brnlnnlna the election Cu"llI.I..rd.., ..dlvd. tntereet In ,
home by his nephew. Secber Ed recently purchased the Witt farm east eontalnlnn (bout to aor a. tnora or and to the followinc d.r. to-wltt
Lawtey Dec. 10.-Mn. Fred Scott ... arrived l lr..: all In town.Mp 4 South. Ra".. It South Half of Lot. and I
K wards.W. of town Monday and expectsto .idl:1
Eftet.AIM. five feet of 'and Lot T. .
of Starke, was a visitor to Lawtey one Brown sat in hU easy armchair H. Harrell attended to .business take possession of his property im. the North Halt of Northwest Quarter the South '.,. .1 In Shock A, : : S 5

;c day last week in front of the fireplace in deep in Gainesville Friday. mediately. of Section 1. In Townehlp S Boulh Ramie June. Addtn", to th Town of .. -.
__ 1* Eaits I all of the sId lande lying and II. tw ford Florida.Thl. .
. m Mrs. M. E. Todd, of Fort. Myers.'as ".... ,. Florida and eon. Cu"III. November 1920.
meditation. Mrs. W. M. Harrell and daughter Calvin Hartline, of South Georgia, inin Bradford { "I l1lh day of '
a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. By heckl! What an old fool I've been Geneva were shopping in Worthington is in town this week. He is lookingfor tainlnc In the anrriat* SCO ...... moN or DORA F. KICKUTER.Guardian .
for W. W.
resident here for a '**" Min.n.INtI.n.
Todd M.D..11
Mrs. was a all these years, and he spat spitefully Saturday. his family to arrive in a few days NANCY E. QAINEY. t

umber of years and her many into the fire. Levy Norman and sister Mrs. Bloods- anti expects to make Hampton his lI-10-Kt-l-T -A. Guardian of Bald Minor. ,

' riends"are always glad to see her.K By heckl I knowed it but just putit worth and mother were guests at the home. S COMMISSIONERS' BALK NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE

Rev. ;> C. Diggs of Starke filled off, and he stooped down and unlac. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards Rev. Burke of Waldo pastor of the Not lot .. hereby Irlven that under and byvirtue Thirty day after data hereof. I. tha D"d. S
the Lawtey Meth. -" of deem IIr partition of the Circuit a. Guardian for Nina S
bis appointment at turned his big feet a .lln.d. L W.lnwrl.h.
ed his shoes and Thursday. Methodist church here, was a visitor Court <>f Florida In and for the county of 'lld. Welnwrliht and F."k .
odist church Friday evening. These up to the fire and began to wiggle his This community was made to feel Tuesday. Bradford dated on the let day i.f December.1KO. ..r.hl "... heir of Julia A. W.lnw.b. ,
look. thrn,4n.wherrIn . will apply to the S
semi-monthly appointments are In a certain matter pendlnit
much interest as toes. sad Wednesday when news reached Mrs. Annie Johns and children have Emma N. Clyatt Sallle Markhnm A. Gardiner, County Jud... of Bradford Coun
fed forward to By heck I I'll do it sure this spring. here of the death of Henry C. Surren. moved to the cottage owned by Rev. and Chance V. Clyatt. minor by Emma N. ty Florida, for an order to sell at privatocat f
Kilt filled with spiritual friend llaxrl onl undivided Intemt of acid
eermons are Samantha-Brown, go and get me cy. Mr. Surrency leaves a large number Clyatt. hi* guardian and next a

dvlce that is uplifting and beneficial some wood. of friends here who extend theirdeepest Rawls. I Olyatt III....... and Walter Oscar Clrett. minor minor towitiSouth In and to the following drlb land
E. E. lIardin and family leaving -I Haael Clyatt
and D. C. minor. l>y
community.Mrs. .
church and
to the of Lota S and 8, anf'th North
I'm busy. .
Get it yourself; sympathy to the bereavedones. 1 V. friend. oomplalnanta. h.1
and Mawn. tht-lr t are
this week for Jacksonville .
Dock Norman and Miss Nelfije feet Lot and all of 1. .xeeit
defendant I.
Theo Clyatt U L
Norman of Raiford. attended the What are. you doing with your shoes expect to make their home there. autliotillna-. and Emma tind-Tilimed.. aa enmmlaelonera South ten .1 In Block of N. J. S
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Raborn were .... Jon Addition to Town of Stark. Brad
'-: uneral of Miss Polly Ann Redding off? They will be greatly missed here and to cell the fullowlnii. akrl. propertyItuala ford.County,

Just meditating and thinking whatan chopping in Brooker Saturday. their Hampton friends wish them success In Bradford (County of Bollthweat Florida to-wlt.Quarter This lth d.Forid.. .'. 1920
Friday.m The Southrent Quarter
; 'Mrs. M. A. Torode was a visitor towBtarke old fool I've been all these years. Miss Eva Edwards returned Friday in their new home.A. and the Southoeet. Quarter of SoutheutQuarter CECIL.. U C. WAINWRIGH.. S
from an extended visit with relativesand and the South Half .of Boulheaat Q.rdl.n 11. C.
Monday. Umph I could have told you that A. Durden was transacting business and Frank D. S
In Heetloa
all W."wlhl
Quarter of Southeast Quarter W.I..wr.
friends in South Florida.
fA.. M. Blanchard returned home on without your taking off your shoes. in Starke Tuesday.Rev. 5*. In Townahlp S South. Rant 17 Kaatl .
where, Tell me what's on your mind 1 Miss Ollie Hague is spending a few clan. lb. Northeaet Quarter ..ndba East p '.
Wednesday from Jacksonville, I days in Lake teachers' C. P. Young of Bradentown, Half of Northweat Quarter of Heetlon 1. In NOTICE OF GUARDIAN BALE
; be had spent several days with his Well you see, I was down to Lo Butler taking I is visiting relatives and friends here Townehlp S South R."... 1? Eaet. aontalnlnc I Thirty dare after date hereof, I. the ."d.

daughter Mrs. J. B. Dye. renzo Green's, the town milkman and examination.C. this week.C. In all S4O acra more or leu, w* will In .Ipe. .Guardian for a. W. Rick. .
he showed what he's feeding his M. Andreu in Brooker Sat Bradford. County. i'lorlda. offer for sale and Hie" Willie Pay Illcka. Woodrow1llrl.a
3A j Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Randall, of Or. me was B. Roberts, of Graham, was in ...11 the acId property. on the rremliw* durlnir Olin Hick*, minor heir of O. W.
llando, were visitors to Lawtey last milk cows for a fall and winter feed. urday attending to business. the lelral hour of .. ., on Monday the Srd Hb. deoeaaed. will apply to tb* Honorable
Say it knocked me silly. What do O. W. Barry was a business visitorot Hampton Monday. day of January. 1821. to the. hiiiheet and G. A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford
[week. Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke was beet bidder for rash laid .. .belnit. for the County Florid*. for an order 1 sell at private .
you thinklie's got a little patch of Worthington Wednesday. of partition of aald land aal* thonealxth Inter* ,
Mrs. Volley Reddish left Friday forpplant the of her cousin Miss Erma puifio* u.dlvld'
guest each of acid minor ....
Japanese sugar cane he growed for Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards attend. This Dumber .. m. In I..Uowi. S
where she will spend a Johns Saturday and deeerlbed
City Sunday. I.. F. FRAI.1K.fl. landa to-wltt
few days with relatives. his milk cows, hogs stock cattle anda ed the funeral of their nephew Rufus R. 'E. Lee of Theressa was trans. 8. BUMMERS. I Lola Five, MX. Seven. and Eight, In "1.1
bunch of calves and they all look Reddish, of Wateroak Friday. Their W. O. BROOKS. Eleven In ibm Town of Hampton. ... : ."
c | Miss Myrtle Sapp returned home liner He has a hand cutter and can friends deeply sympathize with themin acting business here Friday and Sat 12-10-41-12-11 Conmmiasloners.NOTICE . County Florida aoeordln te a map of ,h" SGeorgia
Southern and Florid Railroad .
from Jacksonville the first of the week cut aeveral. .talks at once. lie cuts their loss. urday. ? .

| after spending two weeks visiting.. the cane in small kits for the cows and Mr. and Mrs. Graham Moyd and R. Mr. Youngblood, of Thereasa, was : vey.Thl* th. mh dy of November 120. !
visitor here. Tel". notice I that I will on litl. MRS. CARRIE '
of Jackson. "
I" I Mrs. Francis Wiggins, a ::1.I
they eat it with relish and bawl for A. Newsom of Starke were visiting or aa soon thereafter aa 1 may apply Guardian for O. W. "I..b. ...HCK" ;
vile, spent Sunday with relatives in more. He feeds the whole stalk to at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.' M. E. J. King was transacting business for pardon far Oheatar. A. Graham who Woodrow Hick. Willie! Fay ... JI.a. 'il
|Lawtey. in Alachua county Monday. wee ooneleted at the special term of the Olin II.. Minor,. 11-lv-tt-lz-lT I '
the other'stock. lie uses other fe.dfor Andreu Tuesday. Bradford circuit. court In July. 114. of murder 5

, I Rev. H. J. Thomas of Jacksonville, the milch OWl and gives the cane C. W. Edward. spent the week-end In the aeoond decree. Anyone dealrtne; NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND r '

>. was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. for roughage. Now he does not haveto with relatives in Lake Butler. HEALTH RESTORED m.y then be heard. on the merit of ,h. ap- All peraona Indebted to the *(lt.RRDITf1. I
Mrs. John Smith of Miami, is pll..tlon., Mlxon late of Bradford eourty., 4V -
plant it but once in several years. This week everybody'can't enjoyeverybody'a WM. 0. HODGES. Ford.
, a few days with relatives-In "My horse was in such run down Attorney for retltloner reaped are reo.ue.tecT to pay their. "pbl
I spending It spreads and grows thicker each cane grindinaas every. 12-1-St.ll-lO. lortbwlb. .. peraona barmy I
S and near Lawtey. year. In the fall he strips it, cuts body will be grinding. condition 1 thought he would die. .hall ate the .._..duly t t
J. E. Brown was a visitor to Starke After feeding him Dr. LcGear's Stock MASTERS SALEHereby : authenticated the anderalined admlakttratrix (
i the stalks and lays in windrows, cover nolle la .lven that under and by within on. year from date or !
; Friday. with leaves and feeds from the field.It ZIFF Powders,. he is a. well as ever and is virtue of that .....In Coal decree. ..f ror*. they wilt b* forever bl h.r. I

Henry! Bennett of Jacksonville was lasts all wniter wben there is no now as good looking a horse as there el...... made by the Judge of the Etehti alttlmi.In Jo. Thl 16th day of lift. I

transacting business in Jacksonville. feed. Neal Bros. the is in this section."-J. C. Huste, Rock.brid&e dlelal CIrcuit I'ld"i.: :: .In Bradford ehanrery wanly: Administratrix MRS. C. A. MtXON. I '.
.".* other green on Ziff!, Dec. 10Rev.: Crosby of the of the Eclat n 0. A. MI. .. .t ; .
Friday and 'Saturday. Baths Va. of November. A. I19ZO. > -. ':
old Wm. Underhill farm have been Florida on the ll1th d- 10.1&-I.I-le. 4 {
Sampson, filled his regular appoint Andrew *. Son
Frank Green of Plant City spent In favor of J. W. I
it for Here I've been Dr. LeGear's Stock Powders build ,
growing laaa Reynolds .
years. arahut '
ment at Dedan Saturday and Sunday. complainant and ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I .
of Mr. and Mrs. I
the home
Sunday at letting stock half starve throughthe up the body vitality and muscular Ransom Heynolda' Franela Reynold D. E.
my ,Vf .L. Thigpen is much improved defendant.. 'h. n.denlcned. In Circuit Court, State of florida EI.htbJudlelal
Charles Dinkins. I it of horses and mules Insure Knlnht and W. T. Week Bradford In Ch.neery.
winter because thought was at this writingMr. energy your Special Maeter. will offer for County, -
Lawrence' GriMe\ of Jacksonville, meat with less :feed from aa _rtho.... In BUrta S
too much work.I and Mrs. L. A. Fowler and mere ..U IB front of the J. T. Mar, I IComplainant.

vlsite4 relatives in of Lawtey Friday. knowed It all the time but was too children of Starke spent the week your hogs, sheep and cattle, and help Florida Monday during January the ard.lesal A./ hour D. 1991.of .ale.l" the on I

Alex: Williams, Jacksonville wasa doggone lazy to grow and bother withit end here with relatives and .friends. your cows produce more and richer Mirheet and neat bidder for rash the follow. Elvany Marr.w L
visitor to Lawtey Saturday and to-wlt I S
and let the cattle rustle like everyone Misses I la Belle and Jennie Maude milk.Mr. In. described property Quarter of TJorlheMt Q.arter lf."t.I I
Sunday. Huste's small expenditure saved The Bouthwe.1 appearing by to Ui.
I stock Quarter
else. When saw the Crosby of Brooker attenndud churchat and 8outheat Quarter of JoInrthw..t p"
J. B. Mizell, of Baldwin, was visit. :..t. filed In the .. that ElvanyMarr.
horse. Le- Fame II .b..tet
him the price of a Dr. of Bee IS Townihlp B. f.
and knew the cane did it, I just went Dedan Sunday. lylnr. the ." .. a non
ing friends In Lawtey Sunday. Gear can also help you. For 28 yearsas contalnlnar iO acre, more or ame the State of FI l.m., her real-
behind the barn and kicked myself; R. P. Lewis and James Padgettwere Bradford County. Florida. r
Tom Crawford of Jacksonville visited and being In l unknown, and la th. eg* of t
Veterinary Surgeon and Expert ADKINS. :
relatives Sunday. that's what I did, doggone: it. in Sampson City Friday morn a A. Z. Maeter.. "t. year. ( I hi* ordered that
near Lawtey Special
One acre of cane will feed 25 or 30iead"all Poultry Breeder he has devoted him E. M. JOHNS.for com I.I..."... lZ-t-Bt-ll-81 ..h .*>nt ... and la hereby
Henry Bedding of Raiford was a ing.Mr. self to the compounding/ of remediesfor Solicitor to to the bill of complaint
visitor to Lawtey Sunday winter and they will stay at and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and sons r.l.IIIi aald .1".. on or befnr. M..II. the
home. I'm going to put out two acres spent the week-end at Brooker guests ailments of stock and poultry. OF LAND day of Januanr, A. D. lull . the
S. W. Leach of Jacksonville was a GUARDIAN BALK:
Whenever you have an ailment among allegation of said bill will taken -
this spring of friends and relatives. .e.
visitor to Lawtey Sunday. ; Thirty day after date hereof. T. the underpinned I. by **ld defendant.
Hiram returned I went around by Starke to see John Thomas made a business trip your stock or poultry get the properDr. Guardian of Irma Oalney. minorhair further ordered that till order b* Pub.lUhed .
B. Bennett
Mrs. to Graham Saturday.J. LeGear Remedy from your deal of F. D.. (dainty. .............. will apply to one a week fO might eonaeeutlv wekn
home last week from South Florida about syrup and like everything else flardlner. County Jud.... _
er. It must satisfy or mon tha Honorable Ceo. A. In th Bradford County Telegraph, a n* -
where she spent several days with hat's; going down, but DeWitt Jonesis H. Kelly attended the funeral of you your af' Bradford County. Florida for an order to paper pubiuhed In acid .0u"l and *tet..

relatives. work; to get the farmer the best Mr. Reddish at Wateroak. ey will be refunded.-Adv. tareet loll at of private:acid: minor.ale a In one-eighth and: to the nndlvlded followingdenrrlhed : :In- Till October IV 1M. W. T. WEEKS S

; Doyle Moyer, 'of Jacksonville is market he can find. He runs up to Misses Altha and Opal Lewis attended : ADDITIONAL CHAIRMEN t'ORCIIIUS1'MAS land towltlCommeneln (Seal) Clerk Circuit Coort.By .

spending a few days here at the homeof Jacksonville every few days to keepin church at Dedan Sunday. SEAL SALEIn feet from the* corner two hundred of C. B.and II..I.h..seventeen"*..,,'. C. A. KNIGHT Deputy, I

his parents.R. touch with the syrup market. He J. R. Hodges'and children attended land on th. dlvldlnc line of the Houthwet D. F. KNIGf. CI.O'I
do for than do services at Dedan Sunday.J. of the. Houthweat Quarter and the Complainant 10-22-1 lt-lt-81
C. Lisle, of Jacksonville was a can more us we can the last issue of the Telegraphthere Quarter Southweet. Quarteron . 11.lto ;
for ourselves. He's not trying to S. Forsyth was visiting friends in Houtheaet Quarter of I
visitor to Lawtey Sunday. : appeared a list of county workers I the riirht of way. of the B. A. 1.. Hallway S
Charles II. Church l.. of Jacksonville make money on our syrup but is try. South Florida last week. I Co. (a* deeerlbed In previous deed .. 8. Rat NOnC
for the sale of Christmas seals to
runnlnanorth from paid NotIce I I. hereby the undcrnlirned, ,
Edd of fl It III and
the market. Crosby Brooker attended )
best .
was visitor to Lawtey first of ing to help us onto ...... .. S
a help in the eradication of tuberculosis.The rlitht of way two hundred and "III.IourII. Cora" L. Canon, admlnl.tratrlx nf the relate
the week. fle's got a big line of GalvanizedTubs church at Dedan Sunday. following additional chairmen thence We.t one hundred feet theneeeouth of Charlee P. Caon. deceased, on fl.ermbreIs.
Wednesday and Buckets Lard Cans at 75c Ellery Thomas of Jacksonville is hack to rlffht of way of paid Railroadlylna . 11120. at 10 nelnek In the forenoon of acid
for debate the
Subject home have been appointed: and .bring In tha Houthweet Quarter of day, will prcnvnt and ..,.k. a flnal return to
evening prayer service at the al Ikinds of Enameled Ware, Gun on a visit with his parents, Mr. Worthington Mrs. I!. C. Harrison. the Southwet Quarter of Section ElRht (III. the Honorable Georire A. (Jardine,. CountyJudffe

Baptist church was "Salvation Ever Shells, all gauges: and kinds Sausage and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Township Seven ((11 South, of hangs Twenty of Bradford County, Florida, at hi.
attachments'U.50 Messrs. Ellery Thomas Motion pictures and slides, J. C. (20)) .aat. eonUlnlnu one-half acre, In In the Courthouee nf acid county In
Stuffer and Purvis
lasting. These debates are very help. Mills, $5 and $6, Robinson (chairman assisted by G. Bradford County. Florida. the Town of Stark. Florid, of her report
ful and interesting. Everybody invited. $ new lot of Brinley Plows, Cul- Lewis were visitors in the Pine Hill Kirk Lewis. Thla. 2111h day of Novemlier. 1920.ANNIE and ...un.. a* such admlnlntratrlx, of alil
tlvators etc. section Sunday afternoon.J. OMNEY ..1.1. and ..I then and there apply to acid
County chairman of finance. GeorgeC. Guardian for I Irma Onlney. ... for 1. dlichawe .. lutih .dmlnl.t.
The good people of Lawtey gave His Harness, Collars, Saddles and W. Eddy and son, Harry, of White. ll-8 -Bt-12-24 M h"r., Irlx.Dated
all Harness 10 cent f\'. Louise, were in burg at Horlila on this October
the pastor of the Baptist church a parts are per () our Saturdaymorning. I County chajrman of publicity, Miss IB. 1920. B.k.
Wants to close out the Dr. Thomas' NOTICE OF APPLICATiON FOR TAX: DEED *
pounding all kinds of good thingsto . I Amelia Ray. THE CORA L. CA8ON.
Powders at HandSaws -. UNDER HF.rTION Ill OF 10-lB- t-12-10. A* Admlnlalratrlx Afon>*alil.
Hog $3 bucket
eat and $150 in cashthe day before per The committees are al Idolng good GENERAL: BTATItTESHereby

Thanksgiving, which were very acceptable Cross Cut Saws, Broad Axes, HAMPTON, work and there i III reason to believe notice la elven that T. J. Aldermantiurehaner .
I every .. mrttneale numlwr.dvamwrtI.Iy
all sizes and weights. He's got: his -
to the pastor and his family that Bradford county wUI make ill;. 13. .. 17. aft 8ft. 40. 14. In the Circuit Court of the Slate of "') .
and more so because the donations store chuck full of all kinds of Hardware Hampton Dec. 10.-A, B. Surrency a splendid showing at the end of the 11 1. IAS and 201. lueued by the Tx Collectorfor In and for Bradford Oiunty. lrd.

were not made by his flock alone but and prices are right. The boysare of Brooker was a visitor. to Hampton Bradford ("", ..nuo. Florida.. Said eertlfleata I.ulu M. Lancley
duted the 4th day Sept. I
15B being Complainant.
by friends of every denomination in all going to' stand by him and Saturday. I I A. I>. Kiln. Ha'd' .artn! >ate 11 below dated the .
town. what we do not want to buy or shipin Dr. Biggs of Starke has been called : -- 2nd day of July A. I). IB 17. and ('rrtmflrairua. J...* J. Chrlatlanion, rt al.tlefend.ntA.. I

The death of Miss Polly Ann 'Redding case lots, we will buy of him. Let's to Hampton on professional .business .' CROSBY LAKE dated. 97. the RR. Mh R*. day 40. ft of.AUKII.I.181. 1RI A.and I). 201 KIR briny and NOTICE TO UNKNOWN .

occurred at the home of her slater all work together, or we'll be like the several days this week. tie. lied the aalil certlfleatea In my nfflee Notice la hereby riven to l'EPNDANT.

Mrs. John Smith, in Miami, on colored man that did not believe there Mr. Hciberger of Brooklyn was in Crosby Lake, Dec. 10.-W. M. Ed. and baa, made application for tv deed to I I.. Ins an interact under Jan*.1. 1.rtl.. ... .
In aoeordane with law. Th. ald certificate r>. M L. .
atie Gxirnto M.'Llttle. Mm. L. M. Littie.
Nov. 30th, and the body was broughtto was a heaven or hell. town Sunday. wards has rented his farm here to re.."...11..1.. embrace the followlnw T. J. Alderman. A. V. txinv, My HellMilnrman

Lawtey and buried in the family There was a colored lodge funeral. I The bazaar which was given by the Mr. Cobbs and is moving his familyto land In Bred/on) County- Florida, ameeeedtit I. O. l'ow.1 and W. C. Powell
the the master of the Ladies Aid last Friday Plant City. the data of the iMuanne of fluch eertlflfltea both riolne bl.I". t. I'owell J.
cemetery Friday. Miss Polly Ann was grave lodge I evening was In the name* re."peell..ely her.lnafter .arti3.. M. Truhy. C. E. Pow,1 -.. .. Naval
born in Bradford county 60 years invited all that wished' view the a success. Many beautiful and expensive j Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, of tl.rill act forth tu-wltl Store* Company, ...W.

ago and has lived here nearly all her remains of the departed brother to pieces of hand work were ex Jacksonville are guests of II. M. Me- Certificate No. Iftft embrace* NorthwratQusrt.r ) Hoe llurirree and her .." .. .
of NorthoMt Quarter 1 lea 8 A In NKCor. : Ilureje**, J. E. Futeh N. Cauthen, Mia- Snit
life and was on a visit'to her sister march around the grave in dud! form. hibited and sold. Supper was served II..... R. Tp. V, S.' R. M E., HI ....... aiae L Trlplott A. Wyatt, Harry C. flower*.

whencalled to the great beyond. As one member came to the coffin, he from 5 p. m. to 6:30: p m. and en- Rae.P.. B. Bryant will move' to Plant *.ed Unknown. B. t.. HOUM. A. 7. Adkln. Ilurten H. Cor- S
I Certificate No II Qmartoy twIt John If. Wllllama .
. Funeral services were conducted by stopped, looked, and burst out in aloud joyed by all. The nice sum of $140 City tomorrow where he will reside of Northeast Qu......,. fI..... 10 Tp. 5, B.It. ann, William I. Ro*. Genie Cbrl.U.1

Rev. Brown, of Grace Methodist laugh. The master called out: was raised which will be used for with his family. 2e 11:.. 49 norm, .**..*..11 Unknown. all deeeaaed. or any of them, or othnrwbav

church, assisted by Rev. J. C. piggs 4 Brother, whyfor you laugh at the church purposes. Those in attendancefrom Walter Underhill and family left East CertlfleaU Half\ of No Southweat II embrace Quarter. North and Half South-and either a. ""In.*, cllmnt. (ranteea.

of the Methodist church. South and departed brother? THs am a funeraland out of town were Mrs. Kate for their home at Frostproof Wednes. eat Quarter. Re.. Rl. Tp. 4. 8. R. 21 E., nun and to all In p." .1.lm'dencrlned'". any aa follow Intereatwhauioever

Rev. E. D. Boyer of the Baptist very solemn. 'Splane yourself. Sparkman, Mrs. Wesley Mrs. Raul. day, after spending a few day. here. ........ aMeed Unknown.Certificate Northeast quarter of southeast Quarter t
R7 embrace Com at NE Cornf S
church. She was a consistent Chris Why brother it am like dis. A few erson, and Misses Ruth and Era Scar. Prayer meetingicxt Sunday nightat land old to T. Kile and run N 101 ft.. township(NEU of.1.BEV4)(01.)) section.. twentf-Hv (261.) I
ran twenty-two
tian and has gone to her reward. Besides days ago a bunch of us colored gen- borough, of Waldo Mrs. F, A. Scott the home of J. N. Yates. thence W loa ft. S alonr acid line ft.thenea south half of northeast oo.rter (8'4 (.1.N
about heaven and Mrs. T. N. E loa to heir See 18, Tp. 6. 8. R. K<4l. cut of northrant
I of
I many friends and near relatives men were discussing Limbaugh of Starke. SI E.. aueaied. A. I. Crew northweit h.1 quarter

i she leaves to mourn two brothers and hell. One said he did net believeIn The Ladies Aid wishes to thank 4 Sl.)>.

and three sisters W. M. Redding, (of either. Well when I looked in de and everyone who helped to make the You See One Rat""I went Quarter of NortheaM. Quarter, II 1-R ranee 'W."tll"W(m t onthwe quarter nf S
cause Only A. alan Com at RE Coy of Quarterof
Redding coffin dar him are all dressed bazaar a success. ( N..rh..t quarter (SWt4 of NE4)! )I. aouthwet -
of .
Henry Raiford up Nnrthweat Quarter yard,
did, pretty soon I found my cellar rn quarter ef eontheut of north-
| Miss Redding, of Lawtey Mrs. Dock and no place to go.BRADFORD. Rev. W. A. Harp, state evangelistof S 14< Z-R y.ia.. E 182 ,.. Its .-ft yd, tobe we.t. quarter ( of 8R.r< NW'4
full. ate After
Norman --. the Christian They my potatoes. *. 4 A., $on. 10. Tp. 5. B. R tl E. ITAerea. aectlon eJeven IW1( ) tewuhlp ( -A
| of Raiford and Mrs." John church. attended the trying RAT SNAP 1 got B dead rats. anaeaved O. C 1.,1 ranirfc twenty.two ((2211) wmt .quarter. T.
I Smith of Miami. revival services here Saturday. lIe ( No *R .hr. ft 18 nf North- of
.rtlll..1 quarter northeiet
. The later. the noh-t quarter W"4
They -
- | > was on his way to Jacksonville where patm up potatoes w.. .. ., of Northeast Quarter. 18 I-S Ai NF.U of NE( ), northwest iuarter, ornortheaet
to RAT SNAP." If there ., com at SE Cor Northeast Quarter of !
quarter ( nf NE'w
I No Worms In a Healthy Child Bradford Dec. 10.-Mr. and Mrs.C. he will take up evangelistic work. rats around place follow Northweat Quarter,and run N 140 2-R yd*. half of weet NW\ iuarter ofnerthea S

I 8 All children troubled with Worm. have H. Newsom, of Jacksonville are Miss Estella Wasdin, of Waldo was are your W 112 yd*, S 14D 8yd*. E IR2 yd to bee. .t qn...hal. W, of V/Vi..of 8WNEI41 of
so tmK the Mr. White's, example. Three sizes 4 A. S... 20. Tp. a, 8. R. E., IT area, quarter (NWM.
healthy color few with homefolks.J. of 2
which pool blood .nil u S spending a days guest Miss Linnle Robinson aaa.aeed A. T SappCertlfleat norh.. "orth
nJe. "."* .. inn.. .* 'I.... stomach dYt_. W. Ward, of Wauchuia was hereon Sunday. 86c, fifjr/ $1.25. Sold and guaranteedby No 40 embrace* North n.1 of .ua..r. weat lotithwent of louthwent quarter quarter( of

|<.KOVE'S for: two TASTELESS...thro week CHILL will TONIC enrich given th. blood ntoliarly business this week. Rev. Burnett of Gainesville, will D. C. Jones, Starke.N4ITIC'1 ._ East n.1 /1".I Quarter of North of Nnrh..tu.rI. .section"ulhw.. .. qu.. h.1(Wtt of HW4 of SWVil.

[improve tbedIesUo..edsets.agerIStyengh.| Mrs. W. W. Raborn and Mrs. Annie fill his appointment at the Baptist : or I.KAKE OF COUNTT ('(IN. ".uth..I Quarter of N..thw.t Q...n.1 and ' (22))I., outhwet township clirht quarter(RI.) ((8W'4 rana-ei>

- Bmlni Tonic to the whole .y...... Nature will then. Kersey are visiting relatives here this church next Sunday. VICT8 North Half of South f.1 of "thw.t Q"*,. northweet quarter of southeast. quarter S
||.a.'.' .<>n_dispel the worm....DdtbeCbDd will be Notice !. hereby. irfvt'nth.t on Monday.January I., .Southweet Q" ." of INWU of SE14I. Hetlun flrteen ( IB). lowa-
to.perfect bealth..Pleasant to take. Tic per-boul .week.W.. W. E. Baker of Brooklyn was attending R. 11121 the (rue of .11 .....ntll convict. Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter andNortheaeft .hlp aluht (R), ran.. twenty.two
S. Edwards, of Palmetto, visit- to business here Tuesday. of Bradford county will be sold In front Quarter of Southeast Quarter of rant quarter of northweit .12.oul.'
, I NOTICE TO DEBTORS / Mrs. S. R. Johns of Starke nt the eolith door of the court hnii** In Strk. Southweet Quarter and Weet Half of Southeast NWUI.)I. weat half of nortbwMt q.. 111(Wt
spent "Florida Iti. hlirhtet end bent bldnVr for Quarter of Southeast Quarter and South of NW(4>, aouthweet quarter (8W14). Mellon
EARLIEST HIGH TirE WATSON I the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. acid County ...".Iet. .hJ..t. te the lawn BOVrrnlnir Half of Nnrtheaiit Quarter of Bnutheaet Quarter. three UI. township ..I"h'111., ran*.
I wish to say to those who owe ne MELON BEST FOR ALL PURPOSESTo I Johns. eemo. .1' eelS Wen will run See. 12. TP. B, 8 .R. n E.. ice acre*, a*- twenty-two 32)) t et hl of conthweet qua,.
through the .. 152*. The hoard reeerve* eeed ten of northeaet
y. Unkn..w. Qu. EUj of BWV4 of N
for practice done for them prior tony market growers of melons who :' Mr. and Mrs. M. V. ()yal, of Jacksonville the rlicht to rvjMt any anil all ,14.. CaII...Nn 44 embraee Southeast Quar EMI. weet half of we.t half of *outhwtquarter

entry into the army service or do not buy this seed of me six: teed are guests, of her mother C. A. ROBERTS'<< .I Quarter Be*. IS, Tn. I. H.R of nnrtheaet quarter (IWH of WH efHW
laince Chairman n..rd of County Cvmmieelonera. IN E.. 40 acre*. aaaewed Buck Wlllllam .1 of NEM. oulheet quarter of north-
my return to civil I will be to Mrs. Annie this
life that given on request, plantings Johns week. Atteet. : Certlfleate No. Ill emhraae 8' 10 A nfRolitheaet wart\quarter (SKK of NWU wrat he If of
c frrould prefer to ser le with you per. be 10 ftxlO ft., one seed per hill, after The revival services at the Christian .- W, T. WKKK8.: Quarter. of Houthweet Quarter See. weat. half of outhwe quarter of ...uth._.

. tonally, but owing to my removal to frost danger past fertilization liberal church closed Sunday evening. Clerk of the Court 12.I0.4HZ-H1. I*..._Tp.. 7. S R 20 E.. 10 Mrea, ae.ed t'n- east quarter half(WH of wart of W01 half of cnuthweet BWH of quarter 8Kt4 l

Jacksonville it will be impossible to. cultivation thorough that production This meeting which was conducted by NOTICE OF APrMCATION TO fKLt' REAL Certificate. No 118 embrace. Nort.....' Quarter of the outheaat quarter of of

& Me all of you. I will retain these accounts at rate ear and half per acre may ho Rev. White, was a success. Eleven ESTATE OF INFANT of Northweat Q..r.a E 12 A In North SWU of 1'\1.! _lon 11\ ( Wl. ...
Hereby notice In ..Innbat the unflenilfrnea' .
weet Quarter of Quarter Bee. 22, hip five ">. ), ao1'S
for a short time so that those proven or yield of three melons per additions were made to the church, .. mianlian Af the minor*. Elisabeth Gainer. T. S R 20 K;. 1: acre. aaed Un. taming In all ..n. thoueand forty. (1040)
,fc-oo wish may either remit to me dimect hill averaging about 84, 88 and 40 Ibs. all of whom were young people. Nine Maud Gain..... tlroward Clainry and Keele: Ciain.ey. known.Certificate. more or lea.. la Bradford .unt. S

or leave at the Bank of Starke In fact seed! of the six distinguished were baptized at 2 will make application tf* the liwtoraliUi. No. 201 embrace Fact Half nf And you each of .hereby ordered
one p. tn. Sunday. County Jul". of Bradford ('.."unty. Florida. ftoultiwet. Quarter and Weel Half of South.eaet to .n. the above entitled Court
Bo be placed to my credit.' At theKfC1 by ink cross should yield melon Rev. White and family left Monday at hi. nfflee In ",.,k.. Florida on the Sth __,. Beo. 4. To 7. 8. R. 2 E., ISO anewer the bill of complaint II I' aiialnatyon .
day of January. 1H2I. at ill( o'clock a. m.. aerea, aeed N. P CautnenUnlnM In the afore-named th
I er time I will Place accounts 52 inches long weighing 81 lbs morning for CIa rend 011 Texas caua* on day
my ,
for authority to cell eertaln real entate. of said *.."III..t. hall hv redeemedaceordlnr of January. A. D. 1D2I.
n the hands of an attorney for collee.on. guard, it, this seed alone worth $1. where they will make their future aid. mfnora. to-wlt: to law. tax deed will leue thereon The Bradford County Tl..raph I I. hereby
Pay now and cave expense. Five hundred to thousand dollars carnet home. The Feat Half of Houtheaet Quarter of on the SOth day. of December. A D. loss.WItnn.a deli>nted aa the new>i>aper In which IM*
flouthwent. Quarter of Northeaet Quarter my official, and seal thla notlrf publlened I for twelve *ue eelveweeka
DR. ALBERT H. FREEMAN 1920. Thirty years experience I Those who united with the Christian and Northweat Quarter of Houtheant Quarter IRth day of November,.1..n.Iu.A. ft leio I : :eald lcd day of January A. D.

2 St| James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.1.124t. thousand acres planted repeatedly. church during ths recent revival and Roirthweet Quarter of Ito. .. HO. exact W. T. W'FKI.: 1111. :
the following land In the laid fiouthwent Clerk Circuit Court Bradford ) hand and Real of offle thl 11
r Write for cultural method and how were, Mrs. Elms Futch Claud Hall Quarter, of fteetlon 04. ...-..It: lltertln..t fareD By C. A C"oun" FoleI.. day of.October A, D. 1920.

compound to greatly cheapen high- Misses Lettie Johns Erma Johns, Alta the center pout of Heetlon afl and run WeetHID 1-11.11.12.t. Deputy. Clerk.. w. T. Wr'KI.
-' feet la a !Uvhtwoml pnat To Cure a Cold ID One Day grade fertilizer. Seed 1.25 Ib in Robinson Beatrice Harvey Beulah the plaei of hrirlnnlnv.: thenoe ftouth. H9 de. NOTICE OF GuARDIAN SALE Bute of 11..d ( ,

... LAXATiVE: BROMO OU1NJNE(Tsbleta I II any quantity. Harvey Ruby Harvey Inez Drawdy S vreea veet. IS40 feet to a Ilirhtvood< poet (no Thirty day after date hereof. I. the under (Seal) Ilold. By C. A. KNIGHT. S
' the{'ouh .... worh ofth4 L. A. STONEY Alma Dyal 'and Clemmie Hall. mark I, whleh. la 404 feet eaat of the on. . for W. W. McDonell. Jr.. Deputy CI.'.
aW.C r alaualuo.eeeb.b<> No. quarter poet on the line dlvldlnir fieettona 10 minor heir of Julia A. -.*. CHARLES A. POWIR.:
ALLENDALE!" It. S. C. Sheriff Epperson of Starke was and >.. thene South 1120 feet to a Imht-, ed. will apply to the W.I" 0. A. Gar Solicitor ( ,' ." 10.R-1RI-12-81
-- -
.. .::' -


'- ; -.
- "':" .. & , SO/SS '

- r=t' t,_,


f .,.......... .:"-.: ....... ..... ._ _"t. .. -. ---.- .
....... .. ,.............. ., ... .. .......... . .... . .". ,... -
.. .
'0' , ""l".c" .. ,. ,, ,, '- ".., .rl\l"" ..-. ."''"'! .''. ,,.. --- ..-. t'ia+ !'t.>.,; ,"f/-, "


r ,

I It'



r". let thetrrdo' their own buying. If you I ITHA Everything for the fruit cake such walka'of life are now taking the new How Big New-'York Grocery Firm
as raisins, currants figs, dates, citron medicine and that some of the worst
relatives to Keeps Down Rata
I 1 have no children or that all IT ISN'T FAIR and spices. of all kinds. Bryan's.Mr. case of stomach trouble and the ail- ..
give presentsremember Vroome & Co.., Butter & Cheese
humana are brothers, and you do not ments which go with it are being re- Merchants!, New York City
W. Foster and says: "We
and Mrs George
lieved. Many have been amaz-
.,' have to look far before you cheered see someone by- T'5 ALL! daughter. Miss Juanita Foster, of Al- ed at the results.persons It is also announced keep RAT SNAP In our cellar all the
that can be helped or time. It keeps down rats. We
to buy It
C. arrived Wednesday
ken S. that arrangements have been made i I!
your bounty. the winter in Starke. The by the gross*would not be without
spend for the public to secure Puratone at
Has it ever struck you that the ''it." Farmers RAT SNAP
TO YOUR FAMILY TO YOUR have rooms at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth the following other places in Brad use because
buying mania' before the holidays Johns. The Fosters are friendsof I I rats pass up all food for RAT SNAP.

HEALTHY MEW Yl 1 ... teaches your children the value of FRIENDS YOURSELF Mr. L. H..Eastman, who lived fora ford county U. Roberta., Graham. | Sizes, 86c,_ 65c, $1.25., Sold and

work and incites them to industry? -GOING AROUND HALF number of year at Aiken before -Adv. It. guaranteed! by.D..C Jones, Starke.

Bradford County Telegraph Yet!things this is that a fact.they cannot Seeing get numberof on account SICK coming to. Florida.about Mr. Eastman and located T .. .. -- rI -' '., '. , .._ _
in Starke ago
of lack of funds, but knowing a year .. II I I I I I I II I II I I I 11.1 I I r II I I iiiiimiiiiniiiijSeed I I J
'em' TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH is so well pleased with the town that
I that "pa can get because pa he is recommending it to his friends I
Pvbushed and entered as Med -
Weekly works," cannot but stimulate a desire -
.. class. matter at the poat-offle at for work. IF YOUR BLOOD IS WEAK AND as a place to spend the winter. He I PotatoesSPAULDINGS
CLOGGED WITH POISONS.PEI'1'O.IANGAN says there is no reason why
Slarke. Florida. All things seem to indicate that the ,
i number of
should not a large
coming holiday season will be a time i 'WILL No. 4 ROSE IRISH COBBLERS '
winter visitors, if we will make preparations -
t be. I .
... MATTHEWS.. Editor and Owner.Ferelpn of plenty and pleasure. So'mote it STRENGTHEN AND to take care of them. EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH -

_... .. PURIFY IT
-" We fortunate in wIRch
T Optimistic Thought. are our contracts make It pos-

( THt AMLHICANPRt-aSASSOCIAli AdvertLinp: I. Repn.entahe ION 1 When you get over-tired day after The surest way not to till , determine sible to quote lowest market prices. It will pay you to
: .:!. . Weeks was
Brooker Dec. 10.-R. A.
Prices before
get and
day, your system has to get rid of so to succeed. our buying our'Quality before
i The newspapers of this state made attending to business at Ocala partof much waste that it can't create new planting. ,Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality

,but slight increase in rates for circulation last week. suffering energy last enough. The result is The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heel Maine Grown selected especially for seed.
and advertising when faced Mrs.' G. B. Colson has been that your blood is filled with waste Bearer of ft. tonic and laxMHw! "", ,,,,,. LAXATIVE .
'1T from tonsilitis, UROMO QUININE IT.beta) can be taken Send for Free Catalogue and Seed', Special giving
with the enormous cost of paper and visited matter. It becomes clogged. You are by anyone without canning nmvouimtu or rluglndin Revised Prices
G Quite a number from here : on new crop Seed Beans Peas, Red Seal
tlie bead. EW.GROYEB.btuaturecubuy. SUr
{ the steadily increasing cost of labor I' trying to get/ around a lot
the county seat Monday. Tomato Cucumber Seed Pepper, Etc. We carry all the
-Ie. than 10 cent, while facing poison your system
100 per cent increase per in both paper E. J. Ward and Stfirke family were after-business I You look bad, you feel poorly.): You I I LOCAL FIRM WINS leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been

and labor. Did any business other than visitors to* : Friday get out of patience easily. Ambitions VALUABLE PRIZE tested and known to be adapted" to our soil and climate.

I the newspaper publishing business try noon.Fred Hazen made a trip near New lost. You just. don't care about I I advice- ;; Seed Oats, Rye Vetch Rape Etc. The planting seasonis
to get/ across the financial chasm. on a afternoon. anything. News received this week near at hand. Our information service is free. Call))
River Monday
of Increase less than 10 That is to live. Your blood state that Mitchell's Drug Store has "
percentage!: Mrs. S. J. Kelly spent a few days no way on us for any information on your crops you'"might
per cent- Tampa :Tribune. needs help for a time. It is starved. been-"awarded the exclusive agency think
of New we can supply.
her Kelly
with son Wiley ,
You will find help in that fine tonic here for Puratone, the sensational

DOES IT PAY River.L. business tripto Pepto-Mangan. Pepto-Mangan purifies new medicine which is said to be pro- OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA J
R. Gainey made a the blood and fills it with red cor. ducing such remarkable results and

f Does advertising pay T Always, and Mrs.Johnstown G. M. Beville Friday.has been suffering puscles. In a little while you'll have about which so many prominent peo- E. A., Martin Seed'C

M sometimes it makes a fortune for the from malaria for the past two plenty of rich red blood, and you I ple have made public statements in .
won't know yourself. It isn't a magic the newspapers of the- South. It is
Atlanta 202-206 E.
n man who foots the bill. An weeks. Bay Street Jacksonville Florida.
I stated that thousands of people in all
medicine. It contains iron and
soft drink concern, with its modest The infant" Mr. and Mrs. L. A. r HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS
other ingredients that feed starved
capitalization of $50,000, increased its Brown was laid to rest in Dedan cemetery : a, -
tr. assets by (1,370,000 in its last statement I Thursday morning.Mrs. /. blood and make it rich and red. Physicians I Pile. Cured la 6 to 14 Day Irlllllllll
e and is now worth 6572647. It i nave prescribed PeptoMangan DniCitlsti refund money If PAZO: OINTMENT fall '
is ill at .
M. D. Price critically .
y locum l-chlng,Blind Blmdinit I or PrmradlnS FUr* .. .
in real estate and *2924.898 for years.PeptoMangan"is ,.. -
I. has $3,283,000 a ,- this writing. Itchier Ptlei and yuu tan pteetfulale'ac' ---
f sold in liquid and "r tb. Out anvllaiUun. Price f*
all built .adver '
surplus on Mrs. W. 11. Pin holster. of Jacksonville sf
tising. An automobile corporation is spending a few days here tablet form. Take either kind you vt
reports increased sales of over $13- with relatives and attending to' busi prefer. One acts the same as the '
Give him
000,000 last year-due to increased; ness. other. Both contain the same ingred WEAK NERVOUS a box ofCIGARS

advertising. A cereal company reports Clyde Ward made a business tripto ients. But be sure to get"the genuine ,

a gain in gross earnings of $1- Worthington Saturday morning.Dr. Pepto-Mangan: -"Gude"s. The full 1
866,972 or 67 per cent increase in two D. C.. Witt, of Alachua, was a name "Gude's Pepto-Mangan must ALL RUNDOWNMiMoari
years., Advertising did it. On the professional caller here Saturday af be on the package.-Adv.

I other hand a biscuit company, which ternoon.D. .
r reduced its advertising appropriationfor day afternoon and the following offi-
W. Hazen and family are greatly -
last year; shows profits shrunk improved at this writing.,I cers were elected: Lad> Suffered Until SU

, from $731,172 to $422,871. Truby Pinholster left Tuesday for R. T. Osteen, W. M. .
J. W: L. Pinholeter, Senior WardenN. Tried "Remit
Tbese figures will prove interesting Lake Butler where he is taking teach- Cudui.-Sa
ti both'to advertisers and non-advertls- ers' examination this week. Miss E. Baxter, Junior Warden.
% ers.-St. Augustine Record. Edythe Warren Is supplying his placein I. W. Pinholster Sr., Treasurer. Was SarprWa--Cot Aloq- WE NOW MAKE A SPECIAL

':. ", the school here. -h A. Brown, Secretary. sP. Fine Became Normal
M. Barefoot, Senior Deacon. SIZE AT $2.25 THE. BOX 6F 50
IIARRY M.. GANN Quite a number of out of town peo
Rand Crews Junior Deacon.C. .
ple attended the funeral of H. C. Sur- and Healthy.
M. Andreu Senior Steward.U. EXTRA .
The news of the death in th's city rency here Friday. Among them wereJ. Johns Junior Steward.P. -
of Harry M. Gann, veteran editor of S. Howard and family and Rev. E. A.D. Crosby, Chaplain.D. t SPECIAL AT $2.75 THE BOX OF
+ r, : the ,Lake Wales Highlander, will be a B. Joyner, of Dukes A. E. Proctor, Marshal. Springfield Mo.-"My back was so
J. Byrd, weak I could hardly stand and I 50 CIGARS.
sad surprise for his Mr. Strickland, J. Parrish and mother > up ,
newspaper J. II. Ralney Tyler. would have and
of Lake Butler R. Roberta. Will
; friends elsewhere, and to all who have
The installation will take place on Mrs.D. .
waa not well at any time. says
Jones, D. J. Byrd and wife and others,
I loved him for his fine qualities. It Dec. 27th. V. Williams wife of a well-known
'was not generally known that he was of Graham. Card of Thanks farmer on Rout 6, this place. "I Leave order
; Mrs. Price of Kingsland, Ga., is your at.
even ill. Certainly no one who could We desire to thank the people of kept getting headaches and baring togo
I' rare at the bedside of her daughter; "
have seen him up to a few weeks ago: Brooker and elsewhere for the many to bed. ooatlnuM Mrs. Williams .
Mrs. M. D. Price. describing the troubles from which
; and caught: the cheerfulness of his kindnesses shown during the sudden -
Chesley Fogg of Graham made a us she obtained relief through the use of
;, spirit would have imagined that he
was bearing his crosss and nearing' fan here Sunday afternoon.N. 'death of eur dear father, also for Cardul. "My husband baring heard
,1' his Golgotha T. Ritch, of Starke was looking the many beautiful floral offerings of Cardul proposed Retting: it for me. R. & R. CigarCompany
' I sent us b'lfrlends.( May the Lord "I saw after taking some Cardul ,
after business interests here Monday.
A of the old school,
newspaper bless each that I was Improrlng. The result
r, richly every one.
i he of the in this state R. A.. Weeks and family spent last was
was many J. A. Surrency A. B. Surrency, L. surprising. I felt like a different
Tuesday in Starke with relatives.E. -
who' have"endeared themselves to person..
F. Surrency J. L. Surrency Mrs. R.
B. Andreu was a business visitorto "Later I suffered from weaknessand
their readers by their fund of humor,
T. Osteen, Mrs. T. B. Mrs. P.
their t'ndleBs'pursuit of the best in Willcford lust week. Parker "" weak: back, and felt all run-down.
of M. Barefoot. I did not rest well at night, I was so
news and life. and their ability to so J. A. Surrency and son, Henry .
Adel Ga.; L. F. and J. L. Surrency nervous and cross. My husband said
sift the true from the false in news
Your Money Back if Rat Snap Doesn'tCome be would get me some Cardul, which
II. T. It. L. R. Osteen, of
E. and
Hint to read their papers is a refreshing .. ,-
Up to These,Claims he did. It strengthened me . My '
I ? venture into u reality of I'lant City attended the burial of their RAT SNAP is absolutely guaranteed : doctor said I got along fin*. I was la
f father and grandfather here Thursday
cleanliness and truth. to kill rats and mice. Cremates food healthy condition. J. cannot
will bo missed his of last week. too for It."
Hairy Gann ; sort say much ttn"o .
them. Rodents killed with RAT SNAP eats "
Alvin Clemona'motored to Worth- Thousands of women have Buffered Y I uI dii i
always are. They are scarce, today. ,
leave smell. Rats all food "li
-Tampa Tribune. Ington Saturday afternoon. pass up as Mrs. Williams describes, until they ,
Carl' Ward of Jacksonville spent to get at RAT SNAP. Their first found relief from the use of Cardul. .
CHRISTMAS the week-end here and attended the meal is their last. RAT SNAP comesin Sine It has helped so many /yon bt
BUYING Masonic lodge. cakes. No mixing. Cats or dogs will Should not hesitate to try Cardul tf I :
a not touch it. 3 sizes 35c 65c, $1.25. troubled with womanly ailments. "
) The current issue of the Telegraphis D. J. Byrd, of Graham, was here I : '
Saturday. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.,Jones. For sale everywhere. K.8J t I
Its Christnas number issued early e '
enough to direct holiday shoppers to Inez Abernathy spent Sunday a' : r 'IIt

i the stores where they can find what Pine Hill with her cousin, Rosa Sur ,;:

E they want at*reasonable prices. The rency. -uJJ , ssl :' '(
a merchant fills an important place in Van Cone, of Pine Hill, spent Mon- ? :.'
Q the community, as he gathers from day here with her sister, Mrs S. V. IIUMI :) 'IWr'JHLI

every corner of the earth its manifold Andreu. '
products, utilitarian, OInamental; and Livingston Russ motored to Hampton Market' Day For .

entertaining Without the merchantswe Friday.
would still be barbarians. What Mrs. Gainey visited .her son, E. S. : ;rf

would Christmas be without the traders Gainey, "of LaCrorifee, a few days of P f

who sell us coffee from Brazil last week. ; Starke ,
tea from Ceylon chocolate from Cen- Dogan Nabb, of Sampson spent the

tral America, dales from Algiers, figs latter part of last week here with his

from Syria, .spices from Oceanica slitter, ,Mrs. L. L. Johns.
recent North I struck with The last lap of the Old Year sets one naturally)) to reviewing -
toys from Europe, precious stones Mrs. Jno. Surrency and son of Gra- During my trip was

I from! Australia silks from China, ham, are visiting her parents Mr. the success and good results of the Market Days lately the past. :

works of art prom Japan, eatables and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, this week. inaugurated there. I decided that such an institution As a result of this mental stock taking one finds him "

fruits, delicacies' candies, manufac- Roy Roberts', of Graham was in self in the frame of mind to make new and determined reso-
tures from every state of our Union town Thursday. would'be a good thing for Starke. It has already been lutions for the coming

As, Confucius, who was a great admirer S. V. Andreu is on the sick list this tried' In'several South Florida towns and given good year.

of good living, instituted a week. Why not consider the opening of a Checkin.ccountwith
cooks': holiday for China, so should Louis Thomas of Cooler Pond, was satisfaction. To test the matter J procured an auc- this institution among your other progressive New

Christmas be a merchants' holiday in in town last week. tioneer's license and am now a licensed auctioneer. I Year plans?
this country. Ralph Hazen was in S arke Wed. have decided
. tet; us patronize the merchants neaday. onWednesday" '. The public has cpnfidence in our institution and know

;, within the limits of sanity_if we can. R. W. Surrency, of Graham was in that we are truly Bradford County's financial stronghold

But if we go broke, never mind; it is town Saturday because OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS I
only our normal state after Christmas There will be no services at the Dec. 22nd FROM ANY CAUSE. i
an way. Missionary Baptist church Sunday ,

.The; only unhappy man at Christ- but there will be on the third Sunday.Be r

mat should be he who has nobody on sure and attend the literary. society as a LAKE h
whom to bestow gifts.: On the other this afternoon. )hIt,:

hand, he who scatters blessings right C. M. Andreu of Bradford, attend. Market for StarkeFarmers .
and left in the way of gifts cannot ed the lodge meeting here Saturday.Mr. ? Day : State, County, Di.trictand City Depository ,

fail to be happy. A wise old doctor Sparks, of Monteocha attendedthe .
once said that man needs change and installation of new,officers at the .. Merchants' LAKE BUTLER, flA. i
Masonic lodge here Saturday afternoon everybody, bring me anything
relaxation occasionally to keep hIm .
' from mental stagnation and that ev- you ,want to sell.. It is a common saying that 1

en a "spree" is better than no relax. Pine Hill Masonic lodge met Satur- anything can be Hold in Starke. I believe to, too and - -

+ ation. The "spree" of buying In ,
confident I sell))
which most of us indulge before MINER'S STORE FOR GIFTS nm can your goods, products, implements -

Christmas. Is a good mental tonic, and furniture etc., for you. You get the services of i k,

viewing the empty pockets after the Those who desire to buy gifts of a professional auctioneer.For J. R. DAVIS & CO.

holidays is a powerful stimulant for lasting value and utility, should examine
"'" good: New Years' resolutions. The our goods. You will be sure further particulars, see me at the E. A. Strout. as

I Telegraph not infrequently has advised to find what you want among the fol. Farm Agency, Starke. Not Simply an Insurance Agency but'one of ':
economy and saving, but as the lowing: Watches clocks, watch ..... ,
holidays approach it is of no use guards, rings brooches, bracelets cut Bradford County's oldest business !

preaching a doctrine in which no one glass table cutlery spoons, miscellaneous O.M.INMAN Institutions. '
believes for the time bein goods. We also have fancy

J Money is generally plentiful,. and stationery souvenirs games and

r where It can make hearts glad and books for children flash lights, and STARKE FLORIDA

fi eyes sparkle don't withhold it. If hundreds of things, too numerous to STARKE, FLORIDA ,
e 'you are. in doubt about what to buy mention, ,suitable as gift. for young I ."',,,
for those nearest to you to please and old. .

them the best, give them money'and U. D. MINER.

g:1: I IiiIIIi',I\

, '
t' \ ,
Y"A t ..". w--'" u. :-r: : :::: "": :;: .: ..,h._' ......'J'o''J..t''"'"''L'",..__... "' ,1
, '

'- .'""--.,, '...., -*,_...."....._....+, ., -., .- -......,'-.I.-' '...,.....1'I\/h1Z";- / ....-...... 'III-. -01'''.:.".,'' "I""f''f::..-<..,-.' .... '.' ,'..... .. .. ":. '. '.:,..". ';'! "



"'- -
... r
.. :-= "
------- == =
.' :;yi
-'Ii who pay during the month of December J. F. Klckliter left Saturday for From DeLand Mr. Klckliter went to ,

will have the advantage of the old PENT-A-WOim DcLand where he visited his son, Jim, ; KIsslmmeu as a delegate to the Baptist -
rate. You may pay for an additionalyear who is attending Stetson University. I State Convention.
at $''GO, no matter what month 'j".y
Bits of Local your subscription expires in, if the

payment if made during: December COLUMN .1(

Ladies Hats at about half priceStump's.
WII11 II InformationW at FOR SALE:-l&dO bushels good seed

V pinders. Henry Summers, Lulu,

C..47.. r_ ef the Fla. 12-3-Bt* Xmasewelry- $
I IL rr. W G. M. Inman, of Starke branchof _

--- the E. -Strout Farm Agency, haa FRESH COUNTRY EGGS-I want ..,

. --. decided on Wednesday, December 22, them. Will, pay you cash, 70 cents .. -;- ... .
r r' as a market day for Starke. Mr tn- I per dozen. C. S. Durling't Store. ...... .
4' See Bryan about it. Pillsburg. Flour, tI-76 for 24 Ibs,, man is a live wire, and will sell any- i 11-6-tf. Many Suitable Gifts, some not carried j>y,Other Stores l f.
at Bryan's.Col. thing brought to him for sale, or we .
; f
.j. Mrs ,E. M. Johns spent Saturday j miss our guess. See his advertisement FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress Mingles 4U. :
"4 in Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. "-. Z. Adkins and chit. I I elsewhere for particulars. I $7.60 per thousand: primes, 96 per -DIAMONDSThe \ .

.: dren motored to Gainesville Saturday thousand. J. C. Crews Guilford, Finest ,Line in Florida .', 1
Mrs. E. U. Smith made a buainesi afternoon and spent Sunday.with Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 'Jennings left Fla. .,,_ 10.1-tf.
? "
trip to Raiford Friday.To Adkins' mother, Mr*. M. E. EdwardsA Tuesday for Ft Lauderdale, where WATCHES .,' -1 J t .

Mr. Jennings will buy and consign FOR SALE-Ford' touring car. Engine '_ All Kinds .
prevent a cold take 666. few dose 666 break a cold. vegetables for the well known commission recently overhauled, runs good .I' ,

house of J. 11. Weishaar &: three new Urea. Cheap for cash.
Lester. Pinholster, of Brooker, was Miss Inez ]Moitt has returned froma Co., Chicago. lie will later return to Apply Ellery M. Davis CUT GLASS CHINA LEATHER GOODShundreds "
in town Monday lengthy visit to her sisters, Mrs. P. Starke and become a member of the 123tf'I
E. Johns, JIardwood and Miss Clara "strawberry push /I
Fruit Cake, 1 to 5 IDS. Darby's. Moitt, of Jacksonville. prices and ship your ties of all' of Beautiful Articles await your Approval.

No. .2 Tomatoes 10 cents per can grades to Cress Manufacturing Co., I Goods sent; for selection to those furnishing satisfactory
Louis H. Hill, of, Lawtey, was+ in Men's $1.50 Work Shirts, 85c, at Bryan'l.Envoy Jacksonville, Florida.' 8-6-20-lyr* reference
> town Wednesday. at Stump s. ,1W
A. B. McDonald, of the Salvation FOR SALE-4 months registered
J. E. demons
is bargain day atStump's. one of the leading
Every day
citizens of the Brooker section was army, was in Starke Tuesdayand prize winning mother prize winner,
business visitor Wednesday in the interest of the Poland-China pigs. Write owner
a to Starke Wednes Hess 6-
day. winter relief work of this neetIon. He for prices and information. Albert Stager
EJbert II. Smith sold a handsome
was well impressed with Starke and Miller, Lake Butler 12-3-2t
Essex car to Bob Demorest Saturday. .
" Best grade work shirts, 93 cent. at.Bryan' surprised at the great amount of business .
.. 11-26-tf. transacted here. Mr. McDonald LOST OR STOLEN-One black female .
Bring Bryan eggs.,
asks. for your hearty cooperationwith fice, tail and ears cut'' off Re-

Mrs. J .T. Wills spent Sunday in Messrs. H. S. Warren and R. A. bin noble institution in this section ward for information leading to JacksonvilleHULL'S .
Waldo with relatives. Weeks"the Brooker turpentine opera. headquarters at Gainesville. recovery. Geo. E. Andreu, Starke, ',

o tore, were visitors to Starke'Wednes Fla. 12-10-2t ,

l9- Mr. and }dr..' N. T. Bitch were visitors day. The ladies of the Baptist church

y to.Jacksonville .last week. will hold their annual bazaar and food FOR SALE-Two barred Rock'cock- .. I
We are closing out our Cloaks sale on Friday afternoon, Dec. 17th, erells, $2 each. Not good enough, -- - -- .,, -" - -- -

''Men's Suits as cheap aa they and Coat Suits very cheap, at at D. C. Jones Hardware-Store. The but good. Also want one 111 11 III M I 11 I 111 I Ml M M I'l I Ml 11III, I I I I I I I I 111 11 '
were before the war. Stump's. : Stump's. sale of fancy articles will begin at barred Rock cockerel or cock not '

-- I three o'clock. Those who have fancy over two years old, aft good as mineor

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Tuesday I Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, Billy, work to donate are requested to bring better J. W. Caldwell, Lawtey; .
v in Jacksonville. of Jacksonville, spent the week-end or send same to the regular meetingof Fla. lte DEFT. STOREFor .
t .' I with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. the Ladies Aid, Tuesday afternoonat

666 quickly relieves a cold. Wills. 3 o'clock, the 14th lnt., at the AGENT WANTED IN STARKE-

1 , home of Mrs. T. N.: Limbaugh. Sell the original Watkins Remedies,
Miss Hilda Struth was a visitor to To break a cold take 666. 211R. H . Spices, Extracts, etc. Necessities the Holidays we have many useful articles. Ily
Jacksonville the first of the week. Beat grade bleaching at a bargainat and repeaters. All or spare time., getting our order in six months ahead we have. some '

O. Daniel, of Jacksonville, came Bryan's. Write Watkins, Co., 69 Memphis, especially nice Cups, Saucers, Plates, Howls Etc. Will
Yard wide ,yelloW'" homespun to Starke last Friday to attend the Tenn. 12-10-41 have our usual splendid assortment of, Fireworks and '

12 l-2c at Stu''P'iG. meeting and supper of the local W O. Mrs. A. Price and Mrs. N. B. Hull Firecrackers. We have a lot of Army Comforts,.not .
W. camp went to Plant City last week to visit '
filled with shoddy; but filled with pure white cotton
W 'Alderman, clerk of court. Mrs. Jay elect, was In Starke on business Tues Fruit Cake, 1 to 5 Ibs. Darby's. motored over to Lake 'Alfred to see sound and in good condition. Will
nnd mule, too, and have them In sleek condition for the' :
day. Rev. and Mrs. H G. Dennison. Mr. exchange for good in barrelsat ..
Have you bought some of th& pretty Dennison is planning to sell his prop. 80 cents gallon..syrup E. E. Canova, heavy, work that is coming. We have In a big shipment.

Fruit cake. GS cents a pound, at double barred Christmas .ealsT erty in Lake Alfred and hereafter Starke, Fla. 12-10-81. of Medicated Stock Salt, just the thing to put them in ;
Turner's Bakery. llltf. Each seal sold help. to work against spend his) summers in Kalamazoo, I fine ehape. a

the much dreaded tuberculosis. Mich., and his winters in Starke. The WANTED-Several hundred pounds Our Grocery Department is in fine shape. Pricesare 1
W. E.' has people here will be delighted to have good seedling nuts for plant.
Yarborough purchased pecan right in line and we do not hold prices up as pricesgo .
a handsome Essex touring car from to Turner's bakery for cream this popular minister and his wife Ing purposes. Send us sample and down. "
Smith's Garage. bread, 10, 15 and 20 cent loaves. ev* with them again.. we will make you our best price. ',: "

ery day. llltf. C, M.. Grilling &: Co., Jacksonville, We took our medicine on sugar, too. .,,:

Use Liquid Smoke Preserver on Men's Suits as cheap: as they Fla 12-10-3t .
your bacon.. For sale by J. W. White Mrs. T. J. Griffin entertained at a were before the war. Stump's.A SATURDAY SPECIAL
&: Son. 12-3-21 bazaar shower: yesterday afternoonat
Spring need cataloguewill
three o'clock, at her home on N. horse ran away in Starke Sat- soon be ready for distribution. Sugar lb. lOc

Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, was Walnut street. urday. No one was hurt, but the Send name at once no there will be ;
the gliest Wednesday of her cousin, wagon to which the animal was hitch: no delay in receiving'
Mrs. A. Z, Adkins. -- Get your gun shells at Bryan's. ed struck, Chief Kite's assistant traf- > ,when the book: l If ready.your Kilo copy; reSeed We have n good stock of Armour's Fertilizers, the t,
fic police, the intersec-
standing at
Co., Plant City, Fla. 12-8-6t.; kind that make crops grow.
You can save from $1 to $4 by W. M. Wainwright has accepted a tion of Call and "Walnut streets, and .
buying your Shoes at Stump's.The position with the E. A. Strout Farm broke it off even with,the pavement.This Feeds of all kinds", at prices! the lowest, quality con
Agency. Mr. Wainwright Is a hustler, post served a good purpose in FOR RF.N1'-Will rent my farm, 2 sidered. Hardware, Harness, Syrup Cans', dun Shells,

Ford Garage has received dur capable and courteous and will do his preventing collisions and should ,be: miles from Starke, to desirable in fact, except dry goods' and shoes, we have most any..
part to add to the popularity of this replaced family the year 1921 80 acres :
ing the week three carloads of Ford as soon as possible. thing want.
cars and trucks. new institution for Starke. thoroughly stumped; two sets of you ..:-

Ladies 76 cent hose for 45 cents at bujldmgs; new 2-horse steel mill; : Plenty of wood for the stove, heaters and fireplace.We .

Fruit Cake, 1 to 5 Iba. Darby's.G. Ladies'Stump's.Hats at about half priceat Bryan's.\ furnace Paul E.; 9,000 Canova seed, Starke cane ,bank.Fla. :, have an especially low price on dry cypress wood. ' 1 :
Yours for deal.HULL'S -
...... .. 11-26-3te a square .
M. Inman returned Tuesday i Monday afternoon the W. C. T. li" :

from Charlotte, Va.,. where he had 666 breaks, a cold quicker than any held an Interesting meeting with Mrs. We believe Bradford is the bent : "
been looking after property interests. .remedy. we know. 241Rev'W A. Z. Adkins as leader. The subjectwas county In the world. If you do not STORE S /

"A Lno Backward and Forwaid" believe it, you'l lhave ta get vlccinat- :
Men's E. Dougherty, of Rock.. Mrs. E. M. John and Mrs. Adkina .
$150 Work Shirts, 85c, ed. Come to E. A. Strout Farm ft)
at Stump's..Seal wood, Texas, will spend Christmas sang two beautiful selections The Agency and vaccinated.
with Rev. Elliott Williams,, Mr. W. C. '1'. U. purchased a five dollar virus free.get!: G. M. Inman We Starke furnish : I III III Mill I IIIIIMI I I'l' III II II sss.+++HII I I II V?,
your Christmas mail with the Dougherty is a Christian minister health bond from the Florida Anti- manager. J23tf. t rDon't
of who lived Hampton many tuberculosis Association .
stamp and
health and help stamp out years num. -- -- -'- -- -- -- --- -- ------
the white plague of tuberculosis. ago, and is still remembered by many ber of individuals purchased the dou. Habitual constipation CuredIn -- -----. 1ft

here ble barred Christmas scale. 14 to 2 1 Day

; Auto tops and auto painting. M. LAX-POS WITH PEPSIN" Is a spnclaliy- Wait For To
Leviton Starke. Il-19-tf. The Christmas seals sent out by the We are closing out our Cloaks prepared[ Syrup Tonic-La ve for Habitual Something ft

,,- Anti-tuberculosis Association are nnd Coat Suits very cheap at Constipation. It relieves promptly but 1>A.rm.
Rev. B. D. Law left Tuesday for very, attractive little affairs and will Stump's.Attorney. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
Kissimmee, where he attended the add just the right touch to your holiday __ to induce regular action. It Stimulates and Happen.

Baptist State Convention, letters and packages. E. M. Johns and Dr. E. L. Regulates.bottle.A . Very Pleasant to Taki BOc
Biggs have bought the A. V. Long r \
Hon. John P. Coffin of Johnstown, Best grade overalls and jumpers, office building on Call street. They

had business before the county boards $2.40 each, at Bryan's. have been occupying thejmilding foracme off.-y .cnt Wom.n'7

Monday. time and bought it in order that Will something happen to make you rich?
;The Lake Alfred News, Maynard C. they might have
permanent quarters
It's a long chance that such an event will take
Good green coffee, 8 pounds for $1 Froemke, editor and publisher, is aninteresting there. It la one of the best appoint. S+J 1 1"w i -i
place. At any rate It doesn't pay to wait. The men
new weekly that" has
at Bryan's. re- ed office buildings in town and they
,, cently made its appearance. Among are to be congratulated on acquiring cei who have advanced steadily in money matters are &

Rev. J. c. Diggs is attending the the editorial staff we note the name the property.If the ones who started saving early in life.

.. annual conference of the Methodist of Rev. H. G. Dennison, who was at 'T

church 'at Tallahassee. one time pastor of the Starke Pres you are having to buy feed of Building a bank account is the best'' way to .

byterian church. any .kind see Bryan. the .

Every day is bargain day at r.I.

'.' Stump's. 121.2c Yard at wide Stump's.yellow homespun last When week the Telegraph went to press woman's fondest hope Is,to stay An account with a good bank gives you not .. '

negotiation. were pending young. Site often resorts to paints, only the advantage of your own savings, but a basis .
Mrs. between
J. E. Mr. E. Card
. Wilson, of Gainesville, D. of Detroit,
was the guest of her sister Mrs. W. Rev J. C. Diggs l left Tuesday for Mich., and the heirs of Capt. John C. powders and connM, cs to bide her for borrowing additional capital when the opportunity

L. Wall, Wednesday Tallahassee where he went to attend Richard for the purchase of the Richard yews Borne women pay large sums to.o.ealled comes to make good use of some ready

the annual conference of the Methodist residence on Water street and "Beauty Doctors" &lu the belief money
' Rub-My-TIsm relieves Rheumatism, church of Florida. Mr. Diggs is the adjoining 33 acre. of land. The that will buy Other. y
Neuralgia Sprains. 2-11-21 very popular in Starke and his church deal has now been closed and Mr. money yQ This bank makes a specialty of taking care of
has requested,that ho be returned here Card is the wear girlish dresnos, thinking they Bas
owner of this desirable the money needs of worthy persons who keep a de.pOfilt
. Mr..and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins and little for the coming year. property. lIe will begin soon to make fool the world about their age. But account with us. .

daughter, Lots, pent yesterday improvements, including the repainting no one is deceived, The more you try '
and today .laJackorwiesr'; The ladies of the Methodist church of the building and necessary re to tide your age, the more |It sbows... .
will open their bazaar sale this afternoon Starke
pairs. is glad to have these
There 1. batave thing tbay bolds old
Just a few very beautiful Hand col. a't 2 o'clock at the office of the good people as citizens, and the Telegraph back
ored oil Bradford Obunty Abstract Company. is age and that is health; 'Sirltn...
photographs of
Kingsley lakeat sure they will never have
Hoover( Bros. studio. The ideal Many beautiful and useful articles I reason to- regret selecting our town and weakness" bring old alf' early inUfa BANK OF STARKEE.
Christmas gift. 1%-3-2t will be on sale and it will be Just the as a place of residence. Dr. 'Pl7ree's Favorite Proscription .
time to select choice Christmas '
4 A year'. gifts. Orav 1s a building-op medicine for S. Matthews, 'Pres. Ceo: C While, Cashier
subscription the Tele Tasteless
to cWO TullTr.wane.haaty ,"oaIBn. It mates them healthy and
: graph will be a most' acceptable Xmas Rub-My-Tism cures bruises cuts, I

,f present for your absent friend or rel- burns, sores, tetter, etc. 2.11.21 rlchln the blood.ana Y energy m CM br seen partfrfatf feel lu(ma uj**, strong when they suffer from,women's ----1._______ _- ._ _ __ __.
ath'e. C I ...1".. Invltmclol Cfr.*. .... at* troubles. It keels them looking young ------ -- -- -- -- - -- _' -- -. .. -
Save money by paying your subscription by keeping them well.' It If a. "O 1an'*
--.Cold tbe'1iead.. I
.. to before January 1st next. Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, CelebratedDog tonic for the frail the d llra..e and .
an & d" wmbe d hat Q< any time during 1921. On "Noticed thoM who are nervous, dizzy and who
"':ue .* IAtaha' rats around my kennels, b... backache and GENERAL INSURANCE '
CATAfUUi January 1 1921, the / drawing pains.
MEDICINE m0l| .build up th. subscription having hundreds of prize dogs could
hem hy.tem IM cleanse u..ble| to'ha eou t11sbd. Repeated and render t.c"rTh price for the Telegraph will be! raised not take chances Tried RAT SNAP; Favorite Prescription la altogether HAROLD C. WALL
Chronic tacks ot Aeuta may lead to to $2 per year. / In three weeks every rat disappeared. vegetable and without a particle of
Catanoh. '
Noticed that the dogs never went near alcohol. It is safe to take. Try it
i VenLJrMW'ATARBn....MEDICINE.a. ugh the\t Octagon Soap, 2 bars for 15 cents RAT SNAP. I tell my friends about STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
I !Hood of now. la tablet liquid form at all ,
tern, thue nn 'he loIu"ou.! the ay.. at Bryan'.. RAT SNAP." Use this sure rodent or
red".ln& the'4ef''a"matlon and druggists, send lOe for trial
re.torMg normal on.llIon.. exterminator, it's safe. Comes in caVe package LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
All!,.tJ.Do-UII'.lete, Circular fr.e. Remember that the Telegraph will form. 3 sizes, 35e, 6Bc, $1.26. Sold of the tablets to Dr. Pierce'. Ia*.JioV
Cheney Co.. Toledo' Ohio. be '
J $2 per year after January. Those
. -- -- I guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Starke JIat.lla Buffalo N. Y.
... r-- l {

t/, ,



.... '" ,," , .. .. .. .. ..., .. .
c. ', ''iII."'_ "",, \r. ;J ' u " ,.,.. '
t- \i"" 'i , < I I ,'If' .... ., '_'',''' ,....... ..'.."4'.. i' Y 'i--f
I. 'iI ,j "
." r.J. ".


'" j't' ,..'.: .... 'i ,*!\.f. "" l" '''""f . _.:t"'':' 1"Y." .' 't1N'! . .(' .,.4. _. .Jr.I,. :':,.. '. ,7 ;r'f'.;' .'."-.- "r..- "I,#.fJ. :/. I

-:: .

f I'i ,


' --

and try to be a good boy. I want you a few lines to let ';you know what I

to remember me this Christmas and would like to have for you to bringme
'ri Santa Claus LettersSTARKE I bring me an air rifle, 'an automatic for Christmas. First, I want a

pistol, come, marble; nuts, applet, large box of chocolate and next I

oranges, bananas and other nice would like to have a box of stationeryand o/lbout One-Eleven
i -- things. I will be a good boy and mind also a large black middy tie. I

you to bring me a little curly headed papa and mamma. guess will close and quit begging you

'- doll and !gold locket and two yards of TIIOS. S. WILLIAMS, JR. for those good things for Christmas.I I "
Santa Claus blue ribbon for Christmas. I am 10
Dear : am goingn to put my stocking out
r I want you to bring me a train, a years old and I am in the}; fourth grade Dear Santa Claus: fin the front porch so you can easily ,

' Noah's ark, and a good horn and lot and I like my; teacher fine and I live I am a little girl of six and would f I I put'my presents in it, but see here, 20cigarettes15JUST <=

i of playthings Bring Joe something 4 miles north of Staike on the Starke like to have a doll with long hair. Santa, please don't fall down before

nice, too. Bring me a trick mouse. and Raiford road and please, Santa MURIEL SILCOX. you get to my stocking, because if
MERRILL FUTCH. don't forget all my toys and don'tforget
you do my candy; would all be sandy
where I live. and stationery would be scattered -
Dear Santa Claus: my;
Dear Mr. Santa Claus: DELLA CRAWFORD. from mud hole to the other
I would like to have a nice tool box one
inside word about One
I am a little girl and want you to for Christmas. and my middy tie would be hung on an

bring me three dolls, two boxes of Dear Mr. Santa Claus: LOIS NEWMANS.Dear the stump beside< the road, and away The American To.

chocolate candy, a tea set, a doll carriage I am writing ;you what I want ;you would go my Christmas presents. bacco Company has served the
and some fruit. Now, Santa, I to bring me for Christmas. I want REBA BROWN.
p4' have been a good little girl all these you to bring me a gun that will shoot Santa Claus public with fine tobaccos for

fj .,c, long days and will you please fill my stoppers and a bouncing ball and a I am a little girl of eight and would Dear Santa Claus: many years. It commands the
bill little knife with a chain and a bugle. like to have a nice typewriter for
and skill
fully.MARGUERITE Please give me a dozen coon traps experience to prepare
believe education.
Christmas I in
PREVATT. I am Cyears old. I am going to school a.
RACHELSILCOX.. that don't stick in the joints or are and know good cigarettes.The .
and I am in the chart class. I am

j\ Dear Santa Claus; good at school. I haven't got no whip so easy spring on them.the trigger I want till them woodratscan this American Tobacco Com.

1 want a car with top and lights, pings at school. I like my teacherfine. LAKE BUTLER would not give the addressof
Christmas, not the Christmas of next pany
\\1 glass, two shifts and a steering wheel Please, Santa, don't forget all .
t for then there will be no coons its home office the of
)year, as name
,oil where I live.I '
and rubber tires and gas and a place my toys and don't forget Dear Santa Claus:
In the the moonshiners scaring
'to tell how many miles I've run and live 4 miles from Starke on the I will write you a letter to let you bays, a new cigarette if it did not believe
' them all Also give
me a good,
a gallon of gasoline and I want the Starke and Raiford road. know what to bring me. Bring me a tight smoke away. for polecats.B. that the blend would please you.
.' name Essex on it and I want a pompadour ODOM CRAWFORD. finger nail set and a doll and lots of gun
.' brush. With love. other things and bring me a ring, too. -
And if there is anything else you I am a little boy even years old My Dear Old Santa Claus:
As I heard that all little boys and
would like to give me I would like to and go to school every; day. rant Dear Santa Claus: ; FlNALLY-
girls were welcome to write to you, so .,
have it. automatic pistol I little 6 old just
;you to bring me an cap am a boy years ,
I[ am writing. I am a little boy eight
an air rifle, some marbles, candy, started to school. I want ;you to bringme 'school try them
old to day.
Dear Santa Claus t tI nuts, oranges, grape. and other good a"necktie'lnd a new pair of overalls years ,, go every --
Santa I know have time tryingto
am writing you what I want for things. I will look forward to this and If ;you have any tricycles you a I
visit all little boys and girls so ill
a Christina I want some fire crackersand and be a good little boy. bring me one, and I want you to bringme ,
ask for few Dear
Just a presents.
a .22 rifle and a box of cartridgesand YANCEY S. WILLIAMS. 'a pretty, sweet little blue-eyed;
Old Santa will
please bring mea
I want a knife with. chain.' Iam ***"***" % baby, one that can laugh and play. you
12 years old and in the third grade Dear Friend SantalI Yours in haste. pop gun, a toy train, a story book s
and I would like /
t and I like my bather fine and I live am a little girl six years old and J. L.'' GOODMAN. fruit some and crayons candy. I live five miles some ,

V 4 milts north of Starke on the Starke go to school every day. I went to kindergarten Y -
east of Brooker and three miles westof
1 and Raiford road and don't forget all last year. I want you to Dear Santa Claus: Graham. Ill hang my stocking on ;J

f my toy; and please don't forget whereI bring me a doll, some jacks, nuts, Please bring me a sleepy doll anda the left side of the fire place and I'll !
live. and locket chain and also doll .::.
candy, oranges, apples, grapes a car leave the door unlocked. Wishing
JAMES MILTON CRAWFORD. bananas ball. 'I wish and bring little brother a you 'th.tII feat''
and ;you a very riage my y -which means rot
all the folks Xmas anda .
and a Merry likt "rll" c....._.; ro. CM ..* i
merry Christmas. doll: too. Well, Santa, I will closeas hapy New Year. Don't forget me foot money bus from .h. ...... "
+ Dear Mr. Santa Clans: MARGARET WILLIAMS.Dear other little' boys and girls wants Christmas. ,

I am writing you to bring, me a something, too. Be cure and bring GEORGE PRESCOTT. -I

little gun that will shoot stoppers and I Santa: 'all I asked for. = -
' a little knife and a bouncing ball and I I am a little boy three ;years old. SUSIE D. TOWNSEND.Dear -'- -- .

a bugle and some fire crackers. I am My brothers and sister go to school Dear Old"Santa Claus: -

7 years old. 'I go to school. I am In. every day and I get lonesome by myself Santa Claua: Guess most all other boys; are writ. Santa, I want ;you to bring me some dies because tuberculosis has exacted

chart class. I like my teacher fine. so I want ;you'to bring me an engine 1 want a sleepy doll;a doll cart anda ing YOUi guess 111 do so. Well, old nice candy, fruit and a wrist watch, his toll of 150,000 lives this ;year in '

tp Dear Santa, don't forget all my toys and some cars, some nuts, oranges stove, and you will find some cake I k am ten ;years old, go to a watch that I can tell the time of our country alone. Over 200,000 chil ,

and don't forget where I live. I live I bananas, apples, candy and other on the dresser. school, like my teacher fine, am in day, a rinK with my birthstone, whichis dren' in the United States are left

4 miles from Starke on the Starke and good things. I will be a good boy FRANCES BORUM. the seventh grade, the name of my a ruby, also a nice locket and neck orphans every year on account of this

Raiford road. 'I. and look for you. ---- S- school is Ziff. Dear Santa, if you chain. There are lots of other things dreadful white plague. \ ''i

SPENCER CRAWFORD. ., MARION WILLIAMS.Dear BROOKERDear haven't any bad luck do you think I would like to have but there are other Each penny seal helps finance your 1

I 'you'll visit nit' Xmas 7 If so ;you can j boys; and girls so I will stop, as local, state and national tuberculosis t 1

L Dear Mr. Santa Claus: Santa Claus: Old Santa Claus: please leave
I am writing ;you what I want ;you I am a little boy; nine years old and As the hours are soaring away into dictionary, a story book and a nice enough for all. Wishing you a Merry science and human devotion have in i

to bring me for Christmas. I want go to school ever yday. I study hard another beautiful day, I will write youre' neck tie. As I know you are gettingold : Christmas and a Happy New Year. them to combat this preventable and '

____ _m___ and all crippled up, I. won't ask Your little girl friend. curable scourge. )!

", for much. NEALIE 'YOUNGBLOOD. The Florida Tuberculosis Association } ,
Old Santa, I have four brothers and
\ is planning to do the following 4
sister. Guess lots of
one want
I BRADFORD work in 1921: To provision
1 r
( .. Xmas presents but I want touch on
.... .
for at least four sanatoria .
1' more ; to
. I that subject but I'll leave that up to Dear Santa I
( : employ at least six more full time tuberculosis J
. t tii you and them. Santa, don't forgetme Please bring me a big sleeping doll nurses; to continue the em t
Xmas. Ill leave the unlocked .
door '
and a carriage and a tea set and a ployment of two field nurses; to make
vH and my stocking will be hanging: big teddy; bear. Well, Dear Santa, surveys of tuberculosis conditions in + tat
on the'rl&ht side of the fire place. I .,
will close for this time. Answer soon least twelve more counties; to increase .
live five miles east of Brooker three
LONNY the of and
use moving picture
f7.r ,, miles east of Graham:
I w r RUFUS PRESCOTT. And a little wagon and a box of stereopticons in schools meetings of t ,.

handkerchiefs. physicians nurses, teachers and oth

ers; to offer stronger courses for the ,;
I Dear Santa Claus: Qear Santa Claus: teachers in summer schools of the ; "

Well, here are two little boys writ. Please' bring me a wagon and a state; to enroll another 20,000 schoolchildren ; 1

4t < ing to good old Santa to let him know horse and a doll and a flag and a in modern health crusade; to a

h 9 V what we want him to bring us .for teddy bear and a pretty pin. Well, I establish an itinerant clinic with ser

Christmas. We are two little boys. will close for this time, to my :dear vices of tuberculosis: specialists. j
I Woodrow, is five old and I,
years Santa. r
t1\ Buy and all the Christmas Seals
Y 4t1 \Tt is three years old. Santa, BILLY BRYAN.
now will you please visit us Xmas you can afford.
1 Ye eve night We will tell you what we RAIFORD S

want. We will choose a little wagon THE BEGINNER-IN BREEDING: l

apiece, a bugle, apiece, a rubber ball Dear Santa Claus: LIVESTOCKProf. 1
apiece and a garden set apiece, and '
Please bring me a bicycle, and a
1 now good old Santa, we won't ask fountain pen. Please bring-my dear J. M. Scott, of the Florida j.

H fi'r' for anything else, but we have a little brother a doll. His name Is Cary Experiment Station says the man who \;i

;4 Itkll smaller little) brother and if you; don't Barnett. I will be a better boy.; I am I contemplates being a breeder of livestock :;f

mind you can bring him a little rubber eleven years old and in the fourth has many things to learn. Muchof I
.1.1I .
: doll and rattle box. His is
a name grade. his education will come only thru

: ./ ,. rIF Carl. Now we will close, wishing yo. COHEN BARNETT. experience. In the.first place it must t
I .
'". ...... a Merry Xmas. Our names are remembered that only about one ;

\ J'' .I. :1 ... " WOODROW PRESCOTT, HIGHLAND per cent of those who attempt to j'

. ''I, "I t }- ,;.,.;..1, WILLIE PRESCOTT. breed animals make a financial suc
\ -.
'" There why l'
cess. are many reasons
,i. I I f)' $ GRAHAM Dear Santa Claus: fail. t
the 99 per cent
I want an air rifle that shoots BB }
, '' shot and a wagon and a drum and a Many do not use good judgment in
'". .... Dear Santa Claus: their foundation stock. Too 1
I. .. electric train and track and a pistol selecting
. ',r:-.. I am a big boy; 5 years old and I am are satisfied with the animals 1
I.r't with belt and holster many
f' I ;::,.. 'h. come smart boy as I get wood for CLARENCE BOHANNAN. they purchase because of their pedi '
mama and I want you to bring me a that
''''f .. gree. Of course, It is important
rifle and a bicycle. Now be to
cure bred animals in
one use only
Dear Santa Claus: pure
l ', bring them as I am good boy and
a but it should be remembered -
J7t I will write you a few lines to let breeding,
ii = cal ]jh know you will bring them. So good I
tar t : :you know what I want for Christmas. that the pedigree does not mean
bye Santa for this time.
Please, Santa, bring me a doll car- everything.A .
\ riage and a nice doll and a tea set knowledge of correct type and
: 4" Dear Santa: and I will try so hard to be a good conformation is necessary. If the be.
little girl. I am eight years old and ginner lacks this knowledge, It Is
am a little boy 2 old and I
) years 'n the second grade. I like my; teach necessary that be get it before spending
< want you to bring me a rocking horse
er, too. And please Santa bring much
j and a whistle. I am going to be a my money.
t f, little brother, Ray, a nice present and I The qualifications of a successful
I -1:.' good boy so be sure to bring them to I
I" me. Good night Santa Claus.R. also my little baby'; sister, Esther. breeder are many, almost without
f lr V. SMITH. She would like a doll for a present, so number. The more qualified a man

I I"t'I ; by by Dear Santa. : Is, and the nearer he putsinto practice -

j. ... I ERNAMAE BOHANNAN. what he knows, the more success
Dear Santa Claus: __. I
ful will he be. There are dozens and
"1 t >1 I am a big girl eight ;years old. MHO JACKSONVILLEDear hundreds of cattlemen, swinemen and
go: to school every day. I am t'tMQY'for handsome
In Florida making
I .,'. 'l r the third grade and my; teacner Santa Claus: fortunes. Others can do likewise.

., t .. says I am a smart girl. So don't you I thank you for the toys you gave But in order to do likewise ..

s- L\?]i : .),'. think''' so, too? Now, listen Santa, me last year. This year I would like these others must become qualified
.,1'. please, bring me "nice sleepy doll very much to have a mouth organ, for the business as their predecessor I

,,<,1-\. and some other toys So good night, tome apples, some oranges, candy, have done. .

''( Santa, now, pleasant dreams. doll, some flowers for mama. Merry

} .... . It THELMA BARRY. Christmas to ;you. voids Cause unp ana Influenza -
.. ., Dear Old Santa Claus: cam Thus U only on* "1Jro >o tetra

,(I'' ,..". '.'..' I am a little girl 4 years old. I Slat sit Brentwood Ave. t;.W GROVE'S .!......-no bf... It*

--.I don't go to school. I stay with my
; mama and I want you to bring me a Dear Santa Claus: A TONIO

'1' 1_ sleepy doll and lots of fruit and will I thank you for the toys you gave roe' T. teess chill Tonic restores

close and look for my dolly. Good me last year. I would like to have a ihcrfiy;; end Vitality by Purifying and

night and good, luck to ;you, Santa few things this year. Please bringme I, Snrk-hbi the fcUiod.; When you feel l Its
Claus. a nice story book, a basket ball, how
DOT BARRY. some fruit and nuts. My little brother trnujth >tr.g.lf.vljlorotlng! how
t brim: c.i.r %o the uieel: a and
wants a gun, a bicycle, and some
sill* thentpprouatc
't ttniwovi tho atwrtte. you
TIIERESSA nuts and fruit and candy.
-- PALMER sir GLADYS WILLIAMS: iu t.uo tJ j.c val'ie.!

Dear Santa Claus: 31st & Brentwood Ave. t'.ve'. TittM.: a ; '1:.>nfc is sJl\ply:

As it is most Christmas I am writing .n end Ouii.i.Ji: >ended In ivnjy, *"

to tell you who I am and where I BUY TUBERCULOSIS CHRISTMAS air :vf.s i110"; It. '.r t..odftI1

WVBtfote live so you will not miss our home SEALS 1:< Ow".';,1'I: :':', it .sd :i' f"'* to

this Christmas. I live at Theressa. I .,Ic\t.\ .r"mttY4'h.iiIkisl! i t.yrs. ..lId>

hope you will not pass by my house.I Christmas morning will dawn bleak "V fc inu cy'u $tr..tpltes.cL tr..r-!

.w )-, am a little girl 11 years old ana, and gray for thousands of little kid- .....* Effect.! .9t: '.


.. :t:
,. t ..

, ., "

,, 41 , '- ., .
. .h. .. .. ._.. .' > ;\", "a.t :" .!',\ : 'h1'I1 .\ :"' 1'___.','" 'JI...'..\\.1.: ''"'iI'' '.Tj"] : : I'

'.. .... '_ ,. .' '. iii< ., \;".. ,.....; .., .;., .-. \141. ; : ::.... ... ... " , ""' ''-'' '' '' .a: ""rl .1iz.;...... 1'ti :,:;..._'

..._ , ... ... _ _' _- ._ _fl' _'._. '''_'_ '_''-'- '"'-. .- - _-. ,-- "--- -" ''''- ,. .,_,-:,;:". _._'."Y'1. .,. .,:>:.............r.\-. ..-i1; .''''...... ,..,..-;( 'J.... .,..,' : '".
.-- .. .. .. "
. ,. '" ', C' ..J."r. .._ I- .. ... ..ew "['Y"h m.I" "" : ". ''- .t 'r' 11\: "

I' "


-------,- ---- ---- -- -. were killed. at a saw mill near Nara.nja, and at hipper of a plainly marked leaky'']fat Sardis Saturdays morning.

-- once took him to the woman's resi car relieves the carrier of responsi- :I I Mrs Alice Oliver land daughter

: : """ New of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I Shortly after the concrete had been dence. She identified him. The mob ll'ty' for any damage to contents !Cantey, were_guests of her brother, I.

IRSIfJ.f- '..---..eS----f-rrlalwse- poured' into the forma Thursday a then led Harris to a thicket a quarter arising from injury because of condition i W. Pinholster. Jr., of Brooker, Su.-
i r. : 25-foot span of the Charlotte Harbor mile away and hanged him. No of the car. Shippers who have day. .

l News I bridge near Punta Gorda, gave way shots were.fired. refused to chip perishables in leaky I J. A. Surrency and son, Henry
Li ve end the entire section went into the care are now selling up a counterclaim spent the latter part of the week with

II{ L .. ..:. *-*.. '**mmmmmmmM bay> taking two workmen with It.One The case of Delia Groves, wife of and propose to hold the railroads relatives in Pine Hill and Brooker.
m-mt -
**mjinfc-i mm I of the men who went down with William Groves, was tried In the circuit responsible for damage to their I Miss Lucile Han-ell ,attended scrviccsc -

; Told by Our Exchanges.George the mass of concrete, lumber, steel court. Mr. Groves sued the Seaboard fruit held in packing houses when. at New Hope Sunday morning.

,. -," '" and wire, caught his foot in the tan- for $30,000 for the death of her unable to secure promised cars at the I Ralph Hazen, Alvin Clemons Mal-
------ ,- ---= -- gee and taken under the water time. The head of one of the lie
--- ------- was husband, and it developed during the proper Surrency and Cephus Harrelt

F. Austin, former postmaster large his facilities by putting in additional but managed to keep his head above testimony that Morrison & Co., who largest citrus shipping factors at this I I were visitors to BrooVer Sunday af

At Panama City, was found !guilty machinery to manufacture the surface until extricated. operated a big mill concern at Mor- point said to The Packer representative : ternoon.

in United States court.on three count certain articles of furniture and other riston where the accident happened a day or two ago: 'I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and

.f embezzlement as charged by the things that are in popular demand. Jack Mahoney, prominent clubman were using the Seaboard tracks in "Following the meeting of citrus I daughter, Inei, were week-end visitors

government. of Tampa and manager of the Rhodes-- hauling their own lumber with their interests and the railroad men on the at the home of A. II. Surrency.

Underorden to put a definite stop Mahoney Furniture_ Company, .was own train crew, and while in performance matter of bulge pack, S. A, Stockard. | \Mallie Surrency and Alvin Clemons
There were 1,001 bales of cotton to the smuggling in of intoxicating drowned Tuesday night about midnight of this duty backed one of assistant general superintendent of 1 were in Lake Butler Sunday morning.

Tinned in Jefferson county, from the liquors from Bimini and other islandsin when his car fell down the ship their trains into the village of Mor- transportation of the A. C. L. and J. i Evan hedge was in Brooker Sunday

crop of 1920 prior to November 14, the Bahaman group a large forceof landing slip at the Mallory docks andwt'nt riston, running over and killing Wil- C. Weston of the S. A. 1..., called a afternoon.A. .

1920, as compared with 1fl59 bales government agent has arrived in into the twenty-eight foot channel liam J. Groves. Plaintiff's "evidence meeting of the citrus shippers at I' E. Surrency left Monday morn-

Tinned to Nov. 14, 1019. Miami. This new force will work Charles J. Smith, of St. Petersturfi further showed that the seen in either which both asked for the co-operation ing for Brooksville, where he will seek f

with the internal revenue officers and miraculously escaped a similar direction for, two miles and that thelaintuT's of shippers with the object of conserve employment

The sale is announced of the Lakeland the coast guard service. ate by jumping just as the car entered > deceased husband withoutooking ing the supply of refrigerator carqulpment. I A, B. Surrency was a business via i

Evening Telegram by M. F. the water and was uninjured. went to and upon the track They asked shippers to itor Starke .
Hetherington to Harry L. Brown, of Friday afternoon Tom Robinson of immediately in front of the backing use ,ventilator cars wherever and and
H. Harrell
St. Augustine The consideration is Verna, got into an argument with his W. A. Adams a former resident of train. ,, whenever this could be done in orderto visitors, In Lake W.Butler Saturday were A'

.( Mid to be 65000.: i brother over who was the rightful Reading, Pa., but who has lived In give the more perishable commodi- Mrs. Mollie Plnholster.! and grandson ,
owner of sixty-two cents. Tom
saw 0
Bradentown the last four was That more attempts at intimidation ties refrigerator catservice when
years, no ; Clyde ward, are visiting relative
,, The fifteen months old baby of to that hla the dispute would not be settled found dead under the city dock by the or the resorting to violence by most needed. All {the shippers agreed In Brooker and Pine Hill this week. s
James H. Granger of ,Melrose satisfaction and so he broughrt to do this under -
Capt. night watchmari. The old man had carry their point against promise on behalf .
fell into a pot of boiling cane syrup his automatic shotgun into play which been worried for several weeks about the cigar factory owners will be tolerated of the railroads that adequate ventilator '

Thursday night and died a short while soon settled the matter to his satisfaction his financial troubles and it is thought ; was the message conveyed in cars would be furnished. The situation LONG BRIDGE

after from the effect of the burns because he blew the top of that he took'this means of gettingout person to the strike leaders in Tampa Is worse now than it was then.

his brother'] head off.' of his misery. The fact that the when a delegation of fifty' rerpre- We can get all the "leaky roof" equip Long Bridge, Dec. 10.-Mr. Pierce

- Phil Carmichael, of Webster; a boy suicide: was premeditated Is proven bya sentatlve business men visited the clgarmakerf meat, but safe cats are not available Crews, eon of Mr. and Mr*. Sam

ef.sixteen was accidentally killed yea More than a million tonaTbf phosphate letter that was found. pinned to his hall on Eight- *enue. 'J.A. when wanted. I Crews, and Miss Fronie Rivera, the,

tcrday afternoon while Bunting in have been shipped from Tampa hat addressed to his wife, in whichhe Griffin acted as spokesman for the "It seems to us that there can be daughter of Mr. and Mrs II. O., Rivers -

company with Leroy Bridges, another port in, the first three-quarters of told her to look for a letter he had delegation and told Louis Entheimer, co-operation where only one sides I were quietly married Saturday

.: boy of about the same age. 1920. i According io the figures! compiled written her. representing the clgarmakers international willing. Both the A. C. L. and the evening Dec. 4th, at six o'clock by
- by the traffic/ manager of the i 1-:. A, Sapp. A small number witnessed -
.! '- union and the American federa. S.! A. L. lines as well as the F, E, C.
Grace Hovrell! has escaped punishment board of trade, the total for the nine the ceremony and wished the young
tion of labor that repetition of
Itllburn hampered with
Col. S. J. to Pa- any are a lot'of worn-out
by the disagreement of the JuryIn months ending Sept. 30th is 1,804,081 couple 'a long and happy life. The
It latka from Texas where he has been recent acts of violence against strikebreakers equipment This stock encumbers the
the fourth trial just tons. bride dressed in dark blue
stood ten for for the last two months looking after or attempts at intimidation racks throughout the ataUcand adds wag crepe
Is understood that they do chine dress
and bridegroomwore
would not be tolerated. Entheimerwas t o- cost.of
matters pertaining to his oil holdings. movement and expense of
guilty and two for insanity. Local Manager Miller, of the Jax- Experts in Texas now regard the told that he delegation waiting growers and shippers at a time when a dark grey suit. Those pres-

Daytona boat line, stated that plans tract as the most valuable in the Lone upon him would hold him personally expedition count for something. The I ant were Mr and Mrs G. W Sapp.

The body of J. C. Matthews was had been completed for the adding ofa Star state, and expect It to make new responsible for anything of the kind loss to the citrus interests of this Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Sapp, Mrs Clark

.1 washed ashore on Long Point and second freight boat to the river ser- records for oil production. Before he that may occur. lie is recognized as tate by reason of delay due to an effort : and children, Mr and Mrs. S. M.

r found Wednesday. Sheriff Russ hastened vice between these two cities, in order left Col. Hilburn had the pleasure of the brains behind the strike now In of the railroads to use worn-out I, Johns, Mrs. 11c>lIe Johns, Mr. and Mrs.

to the scene but so far no retailsare to take care of the fast increasing seeing the fourth well on his property its eighth month. I' equipment will amount to hundreds of J. L. Dowlmg, John hedge, Mabel i
available to determine how the accident business due Crews, Mrs. M. F. Thomas and children '
to a Jowef freight rate -
come In and three additional wells thousands of dollars and the piling' upof I ?
I occurred. by water than by rail. tarted. He will have about fifteen Saturday afternoon while
.- wells on his property in another six from Tampa to his phosphate camp the settlement. j I Johns. .
Key West factories made nearly ten The orange crop of Florida outclasses months. near Coronet to pay off his men Dr. Mr, and Mrs J, L. Johns made a 4
Million cigars during the month of "Up to this date Inadequate equipment I I i business trip to Lake Butler Saturday. ; "
the California crop this year J, H. Pratt was shot twice by a so is
,1 November, the exact number being by seven points, according to the Uni- Hundreds motorists who have far undiscovered enemy in ambush the holiday responsible market for keeping thousands off I, T J, Andrews passed through oar :

q 729863.. This is the banner record ted States department of agriculture.The been accustomed to making the trip lIe is reported by hospital authorities of boxes of citrus fruits.many This moans ''tlur'R' Saturday enroute to Starke, 1r l.

for any one month for the past three Florida crop is estimated at 90, from Jacksonville down, the East as doing well and there is hope of saving an Increased supply for the Christmastrade I Mr., and Mrs. Pierce Crows were I
years and more. while that of California his The received : guests of Mrs. H. O. Rivers Sunday p
is rated at Coast by way of St. Augustine, are eye. doctor a and a further loss to shippers I I .s
83. It is ,understood that the point. : now taking advantage of the road charge of No. 6 shot in the left side due to overloaded ,', evening: '.." ,
markets. We have '
Otdsmar has been selected by representatives are based on quantity' and quality, : between Jacksonville and Palatka via of his fare endangering the use of S. C. Crews was transacting buei- sness I ..,
a right to expect adequate a..rvl..efrom
of the U.S. department the normal or perfection, being 100. : Green Cove Springs thereby Having his left eye, and another in the back in Starke Monday. ""
the carriers in
these of
ef agriculture as collaborator in Florida days G. W.
Sapp business visitor
i bout twenty' miles and also"having: of his head. He immediately stoppedhe burdensome tariffs' and enhancedcosta. was a "f"r
of the
the highest
for production to Starke
The Suwannee packing plant has the benefit of a road that is in much car, jumped out with one of the Thursday
, grade of sugar beet seed. announced that.tile plant will be completed letter condition than the one by way two bags of money he carried and ran I H. O. Rivera has been very ill with

and ready for business about oC the Ancient City During the last for the camp. The bag that he left in "A vigorous protest against the the mumps but in Improving.
Arthur Gossman was instantly kill. proffer of leaky cars has been madeon Mr. and Mrs.
December 15th. This announcementwill two weeks motorists from practically the car was undisturbed when men M. J. Sapp; tire vmlt-
ed and Ford Greer and Emerson be good news to those farmerson every state in the Union have been from the camp went to the machine. behalf of the chippers to the interstate big relatives in this section for. a few
.. Shrader all farmers in the southern Commerce" Commission at '
: days.
The ambush of
the county who are depending upon passing through Palatka. palmettos and
"part of Dade county, were seriously Washington/ and this may result in P. B Is his
a bringing their meat to this plant I appeared to have been arranged for ;, Crews visiting brother
injured when motorcycles they were I weeks relief for us later on. We fail to Stafford In Gainesville this week
for curing. Miss Carrie Sloan, one of the teach- about two the branches being
riding collided on the Dixie highway. ers In the Okeechobee public school, dry and dead. It was conceived, : see, however, why a leaky car should Miss Winnie Mae Canon entcrtaiae _-

CBcamhia county'exhibit in the agricultural was painfully shot in the left arm and showed evidence of studied, delib. I bo allowed to roll and continue a menace l a crowd of young: folks lust Tues- t''

One man was Instantly killed and division at the state fair in Sunday afternoon when the car in erate intent. Its nearness to the'camps to a big" industry In its most cr't-' ,, day night: with a party All reported
three others seriously burned and injured cal
Jacksonville won the diploma for the which she was riding was held up and puzzling. period., a nice time.
when the boiler on s switch engine *> ---.-- ---- '
Jesse Cason is finishing his build- ;
first grand prize medal, and $400 in fired on by two white men. Miss :
exploded in the terminal Jacksonville yards gold. It was not the cup-winning exhibit Sloan with another lady and a little A big touring car with a negro PINK: HILL I in)?: this week.
Seaboard Air Line
the at -
\ of -. ----'-----.--
however, for the coveted cup child were riding with J. E. Nash, chauffeur aped past the corner of '
: went to St. Lucie county, which'aleowon when' they were accosted by two men Florida avenue and Madison streets Pine Hill, Dec. 10.-Mm. Alice Sur. Madison Shaw was among: the
the for medal who rency and son, Mallie, attended church Brooker visitors to Starke Monday. .
. Sunday there were two murders in first grand prize appeared to have been drinking, In Tampa Saturday afternoon about

, 'J"j Bay county all parties being colored. and $400 in gold: in the horticulture- seeing. which Mr. Nash drove on to dusk and crashed Into a boby buggy

A man named Grayson killed tils division. avoid any unpleasant controversy.One being pushed by an old negro mammy .
of the men drew a pistol and fir- horrified bystanders shuddered while
brother in quarrel at Bellisle, and
t at.Day Harbor a Henry Brown killed Another saw fish snout over H feet ed, the bullet passing through the the quick thinkers rushed to the spotto "IL

:3' kis brother-in-law, N. Jackson. long is on display in Snyder's real es back of the car and striking MissSioan'a pick up a mangled little form lying r Kill That Cold With I

tate office at Ft. Lauderdale This arm.Circumstances. blecded on the paved street. Women

t' fish would have been a wicked oppon- screamed strong men turned pale "
Movement of St. Lucie county's big II .
ent for 'bather to encounter. The surrounding the \ .
r bean is now underway, shipments a : and the big touring car dashed on,
crop snout is between .three four inch. death of Mrs. Alberta Hawkins 20
going forward daily to the one frightened look of the driver afterwards -
I: wide and armed with of 22 years old, whose body found in
markets of the nodth. Plantings having es a row was was enough to make him
,";, been made at intervals the shipments I; teeth on each side, standing straightout : an empty bath tub in a Miami apart- step on the accelerator and make his

i. will continue throughout the' from the snout, some of whichare ment house Sunday will be investigated getaway. The old negro woman in CASCARA Ejf QUININE

I"' winter and on to April. 1 1-4 inches long. by a coroner's jury. Although: whose charge the precious contents

no mark of violence was upon the of the baby buggy was, was sending vow

+ Williston road district has voted a Terminating a long fight for Increased jody, the police requested a thorough: her wails to high heavens.. It was a Colds; Coifkt O.M%O La Grippe AND

', bond issue of $100,000 for the purpose carfares the railroad commission investigation of the actions of the pathetic scene and enough to make ,

: of building a hard surfaced road of Florida authorized the Jacksonville young woman and her husband priorto any grown up gasp for breath. The Neglected Colds
are Dangerous
i Traction Company to place in her death, having aroused doubt
from the Alachua .line the old mammy was shouting, "Now look
county on
north to the Marion county line, on effect on December 16th a sevencentrate. that she died of natural causes. Her and see what you did to the Missy's Take no chances.. Keep this standard remedy handy for the Bret ........

the south, a distance of twenty-two This rate applies on all\ linen husband has not yet been located by clean cloChes." And to the relief of Breaks op a cold In 24 hour-R.IlcvMOripp

f miles.t' of the company within or without the the authorities. two; score bystanders? it developed In 9 days-Excellent for H.adacb* '

corporate limits of the city, with the i hat the old negro woman had invented Quinine In Ibis form dose not effect the bad-Caacara U bear Tonic

. Florida is just entering a big buildIng exception of the Camp Johnston line. Thursday afternoon two hold up a novel way of carrying home the l.aaatiw-No Opiate In Hill's.

activity in which churches, business The rate on thin line will be 21 cents men entered the store of L. J. Scl- Saturday washing by pushing It in a

... houses and sc.hoo1.swill be erected for continuous passage: from any lars at Spring Lake and held up the baby carriage. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

on a larger scale than ever in history point on other lines to Camp John- proprietor, and took all the cash in l

; in the opinion of W. R. Fuller, ston. the store and five gallons of gasoline. FLORIDA REFRIGERATOR CAR

wholesale dealer in all\ kinds of build When the crooks had gone he phonedthe SITUATION WORST IN IIISTOItY ,
ing supplies.L. The grand: jury investigating the sheriff' office and the sheriff with
recent Ocoee riot whel'l.' two white two deputies left for the scene, and
Railroads Roof" Car.
,:, men and at lea.t five negroes were : had not reached halfway when they Spot "Leaky
Oliver, lumber dealer and owner for Fruit Shipment
of the Punta Gorda mill is much encouraged killed, In its report was unable to met the hold-up men in a Ford road -' _ICRa

: by the steady increase in place the blame upon any individualor ster. The hold-up men evidently desiring Orlando.-Florida growers and nOX3
group of individuals for the kill further trouble into the
and has decided to en- shippers of citrus fruits and vegvta
ing. While the bodies of five
only sheriff's car and tore one wheel off,
negroes: were identified after the riot whereupon the officers fired at the bees are up against a situation with I

A LEOPARD[ D CANNOT which-startcd as a result of a dispute roadster, and the occupants left it Ina respect to ventilator car equipmentthat \
is declared to be the worst ever
started by a negro at the polls Nov. hurry and took to the woods.
2nd, said many other negroes known in the state. This is a bald

statement and a bold one, but It has
-- -- -- J. Harris
CHANGE ITS SPOTS negro, was lynched behind it ample' proof of fact and
Wednesday near Princeton 25 miles made of the
ASPIRINName figures. Out of 50 cars offered shippers Small size Michelins are '
south of Miami, after a white woman ;
r of citrus fruit. at this point name quality materials, by the same
; had identified him as the man who had modern
careful workmen. In the Mme
alone in the period between November -
,Mr. Dodjon the "Lirer Tone" attempted to attack her several hours that have made Michelin
y 12 and 19, there were 16 cars absolutely
." "Bayer" on Genuine earlier. Harris admitted he entered IUnr. haped Tubes and other MlcheUK -
Man, Tells the Treachery unfit for use. A part of the !
the woman's
rroom to She
faraoua.SMITH'S .
remainder was accepted under vigorous product
of OalomeL
had lain down during he forenoon to
It is asserted that at
U protest.
sleep and was awakened by the negro.
t least 35 per cent of the ventilator car
G=.1 Although knowing her husband was
Calomel low you a dayl) You know absent, she called to him to come equipment now available in Florida
what calomel Is. It's mercury quick- his la unsafe for the shipment' of citrus
quickly ana< bring Harris
ulrer. Calomel is dangerous. It gun. fruits. It Is further declared that 'M
t trashes Into ran from the house, mounted his bicycle -
sour bile like dynamite these "leaky roof" cars are a distinct
cramping and sickening you. Calomelattacks and fled. The mob found him menace to the movement since
the bone and should crop
put Into never be they encumber the tracks and delay
your syttcm. lI.v
When you feel billons, sluggish! constipated the progress of the "fit" cars at all GARAGE '
and all knocked out and believe COFFINS & CASKETSAnd points along the line. Shippers assert r

you ..ed a dose of dangerous calomel that cars are forced into various sidIngs Starke Fla.
lust remember that sell I a Fall Line of ,
your druggist Warning I Union the : at packing house points marked
for a few centi a large: bottle of Dodton's you see name I Undrlaltr' Supplies hauler __
"Bayer" "leaky roof" and have to ,bo
on package or oa taLk-to
Liver Tone, which In you ,
entirely vageUbl 'are not getting I ---- because will not -
and plnaiwnt to take and I ia gonuJne Aspirin prescribed out shippers accept
substitute for calomel. It Is a perfect l>y physicians for AUTOMOBILE HEARSE them for loading. In a number of! J I

to start your liver without guaranteed and proved .af* by mlllioTM. Take Always on hand.. The beet service instances! brought to the notice of The
up inside and can not salivate. you : Aftpirinonly *. told in the Bayer packJ I at the lowest prices. Special I'acker representative, shippers of oranges i reduction I In Prices You will make a mistake
e for O ads
: IfaadMOie Big
: :
J fertilizer
, order
Don't take attention it
calomel I It can not be l lUiouroatUim. Earache Toothache) I to telegraph or- ( and grapefruit have been forced you your

trusted wild-cat.any"Take more than a leopard or a and for Pain. Handy: tin tees, Lumliajfo of- en. Registered Embalmer. to carry their packed fruit from without getting our new price lists just lusued.! : Plentyof

which straightens Dodoon's Liver up'and Ton twelve Bayer TaUotaof Aspirin coat few j one to three days before suitable car Materials prompt Bhipmont. Order now. ertili/erH, inHecticidcs -

nuke you feel Give right it to the ii-iKt.. Ilnugglet. also sell larger padtngMi. DeWTIT C. JONES equipment could be secured. It is as. ', Sprayer"" Poultry Supplien.
Aspirin fa the
childcabecame !it is trade mark of serted, also, that the railroads haveprotected
perfectly harmlessand'doom't CO.JACKSONVIL'LI
Manufurture of Moooaoatioacid-: STARKE, FLA. themselves by issuing notice K. O. PAINTER '
gripe a
*ser o( H.licylio.eid.b. . I-LORIUA
-.," UIfJII to the effect that acceptance by a ,
.1 J

4 ::1

tarpr .,ark ?L. .nvdW R.yA 1. .. ...." .- '.".'-"" as"w.........,..dw. .a ...-; \.., ''-. ;"."fotowi4I',. ," e. "'-,. .. -- "' -. ". ::Jb --'-'-" "
... ,
... ..__._. ,, "" """ ,
!!!! ,.. hqI"! '" L""" 1Jo- --_ '!I'/'__', .. :!It!tt----'r." ,. :,j ..'" '

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs