Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 17, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Harold of Lawtey looses Eye ('it-run. Auction Sale and Shopping on ,
Poaree,
; ;; Gun Caunen Lad t Week I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek their
Handling At the morning exercises Friday, I'romtra: )' f ShotA \ Between two and three millions of Program eit gave
to IA.e Life the little I1l1n. Sinclair, Jr.u lovely birthday -
: I I the Bradford High School observedthe workers sly .out of employment, -
: of I i birthday of Lieut. Richard Ray hunting accident, happened nearLuwlcy ,department 'elf labor has estimated, Next 'week will lie a lively one for party on Monday\ afternoon, from
!, Markillie Johnson a lad 14 yearl D. White one of the former pupils of Thursday which though: havIng ,i and others consider,the estimate con liU'kt'1.11.111): ', of course, will see 3 to 5 o'clock. The house was opened
1'E e. living with Mr. and Mrs.! E.west I, the school. Ray White was born December serious consequences cannot be :i servative.The crowds of farmers coming to town t.(* cnsuite and docomtc.l with holly etc., I
and one half miles I Iera. Is trade as Is their wont. Tuesday the suggestive of the Christmas season.
.teh one by the 11, 1891 and gave his life for laid to any carelessness of the hunt. ernploym-ntdivislon preparing
( La 'tey. was fatally Injured Satur-,I'i. his country at the battle of St. Mihiel Harold Pearce and ,J. G. God-i to m kc'nation-wide survey and II aag' circus will be here and it willlaturally The hHiiJsoino little host welcomed

: idental discharge of his gun from hi. 'on Sept. 12,1918. win, two well known :young men of ; will act in an endeavor to avert the draw big crowd. Kinir- with fhilillike grari the large numberof ,. '
iy forenoon, and dlcd. Flags, potted planta and roses decorated Lawtey were out hunting together.
i.I nunds early' Sunday had morning.been out gun- the picture of Lt. White, and When they had reached good quail' < soup kitchens and hunger riots ne-so waarthog are not to !I... swn ev him on this haJ'lIYct'a ion. and an .
"Young Johnson going for the coming winter unless steps eryday. each guest brought un attractive
the steps to the following program was carriedout ground, they separated Pearce { present
.;:.' Ing and in getting up his slnj'lebarIm'led : on one side of a thickly wooded pond j are taken Immediately to check what Wednesday there will be another the lattle gentleman received a i..
: porch of his home in, some way dis- Opening remarks by Prof. S. S. and Godwin on the other. Pretty soon they claim is the worst wave of non- attraction, for then Mr. Inman will collection of unusually beautiful gifts

: shotgun was muzrle was pointing Dowling. Godwin'sxiog flushed a covey of quail, nn ploy men t since 1907. hell goods by auction. Mr. Inmiui l in The children merrily played circle *
; while its The wound was \ Song, Flag of the Free-School. which flew toward the ,pond and he A warning that conditions such as irresistible, and he can sell anythingyou games until they were invited into '
? his stomach. his stomach to Reading 82nd Psalm and prater, fired. A few minutes later he learned exist at present will breed Bolshevism want him to sell' for you. Como the dining room to view the wonderful I
"Rightful} and tore in the house Prof. Dowling. to his sorrow that two of his spent was Issued by the executive council of and bring your wife. You are sure to birthday cake.

"'r.Ieces.: There was members no one of the fam- Reading A Question-Carl Hough.' shot had struck his companion. One the AmekanFederation of Labor, find\ something at this .sale that you The dining table was laid with a ,.

'i'.t} the time, but to the scene and Im- Reading, Our Noble Dead Who shot had struck just above the left and it will fall upon the unions to resist are badly in need of. Farmer Brown cluny lace cloth and centered by the

,;"Jncdiately Uy soon came summoned Dr. Brown oft.awtey Made the Supreme Sacrifice-Miss eye and ranged upward, another had the nation-wide slashing of wag and Rumuntlm will be there, and if birthday cake with four tiny lighted .

; telephone. But: Dr. Brown Doris Law. entered the eyeball. I es. Snyder does not get hold of them first e Ildle.. From the chandelier was "
'! by from home, and Drs. Mid- Song When Circles Are Broken- The young men hurried home and According to the department of labor .hey-will have no funds left for Jones nusponded red and green satin ribbon.
,..aa away Mr. Pearce carried to the Riverside officials, conditions will not be Hardware.
and Biggs, of Starke, were School. was which extended: to the edge of the table -
\ti 4Ieton lIed. They soon arrived but saw at Mr .Hough's impressive question Sanitarium, Jacksonville.- was I permitted to reach. Thursday and Friday will not be and were caught with sprays- of

.1! that it would be a hopeless task was: found that the eye could not be saved ,The alarming state forecasted by without attractions by any means for holly. Four shaded candles were placed .
i) mce to heal the wound. However Can we whose homes were never hurt and it was removed. The patient returned the labor leaders by the public against: there will be crowds In town to trade on the table, and after the room
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"'II'with*o try the assistance l of a physician By balls the 'termane: sent home, Sunday. j|buying is the underlying' cause of the and to 'meet friends. The 'taterg-' are was darkened all the candles were

iJM from Gainesville an operation was atmpted. Live gaily on and ne'er assert Mr. Piercc's many friends regret present slump in industry they said. dug the syrup made, tho hogs killed lighted making a beautiful effect.A .

,: which however, proved to The gratitude we-owe. to those who the accident that maimed him for life j i At the Washington headquarters of !and the ;sausage are hanging in tho small Christmas tree wa.' placedIn
\ ,4 fruitless. Everything was done to went.Enduring but in view of the circumstances no ,the National Industrial Conference'! I Hmokfhouso, so why should not a farmer the living room ,and decorated in

l ease the lad' pain until he expired. mud shot shell and gas, blame. can be attached to either of Board which represents the, big em- man take a breathing spell? tinsel (candles etc. From' ,this tree
{' Markillie\ Johnson wan an orphan Making the supreme sacrifice at last? the hunters. I' ployers of the country, It was said' The merchants' have taken great each child received a rod bag of homemade ,
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and had been living with Mr. and Mrs. Can we forget Nay it were cow- pains netting Christmas table for candies which brought an added ...

Futch for several years. Of near relatives \ ardly to forget. I ANDERSON, VISITS- -*' STARKECaptain I !serious as it appears, ; that a readjust and them and all that heart..can desire delight to the heart of each merry ;
ment of prices taking place
he leaves two sisters and one I was will be found for Bale at reasonable little guest. After enjoying the tree ,
student of the A, C Anderson of Chicago, that the retailers wore bound. to follow '
brother. He was a I POI'PELL-HART prices.: While many things are on pa-I' the children were seated on the lawa fei I
well remembered here since the time the downward trend of wholesale
Lawtey high school a good boy and I rade iii the windows, yet those are and nerved a birthday feast, of ice
had many friends, who join the'! Popular Young Couple to Wed at he conducted "Anderson's Resort" on I pi'ices. S ly a few of the attractions found in I cream and pound cake. Mrs. Peek
.reaved relatives and Mr. and be-I Lakeland December 27th. Kingsloy lake, was in Starke Monday There ts enough work, the board the stores. Go {inside and look around : assisted in serving them by Mr*. if'WR
Futch In deploring his untimely death. Captain Anderson who is much in claims, but the unemployed workers articles both little '
" The stores abound in D. C. Jones, Mrs. J. U. Rltelu ,
"\: The interment was at Sapp cemetery Cards bearing the following an- love with Florida, l is on a prospect refuse to accept jobs at reduced wag useful 'entertaining, and even if M limes Fannie Darby, Harriett Rltch
Sunday Rev. Brown, of Lawtcy conducting out tour, and his visit to Starke waR for ea. % allthu.pretty I .-
nouncement arc; : you do not wish to buy looking at and Mildred Gill ,
the obsequies.MEETING the purpose of looking into a hotel Th<<< department of labor says that
s"Mrs. James Andrew Hart requeststhe lit genuine pleadure. -'
things
.. I proposition. Though nothing was settled the InffustricH chiefly hit are thoseof a The invited, guests included Cha t
honor of at the
: : OF CITY COUNCIL. marriage of her your daughter presence, Nora, to it l is not unlikely that negotiations textile) automobile,",rubber and machine W. Chalker. of RQ'kford", Eloise .
in the matter will turn out so tools. Through comparing 'and averaging hUtch, Vera Claire Robinson, Prescott
Monday
c, The city council met in regular session Mr. Thomas December Jefferson 27th, at Poppell 12 First favorably that he can return here. He i The' increasing flow of immigration the weather prognostications of a dozen Gill, Paul Knight Lois Long, Clara .

Dec. 7th, with the following Methodist' church, Lakeland noon., Fla." is an experienced hotelman and very I,has complicated! the' present employment different almanac., we have come Louine- I'rok- Harriet Rlt h, A._ E.
" : problem. to the conclusion that every night Wall. Jr.. Julian Peek, Jr.; Walter "
members present: S. A. Bryan J. F. Mr. Poppell now in business at El .nprll' tie. He is at present' in Jacksonville ,
weekwill be bright with moonlight McDonald. Jr. Charles Luclan Klckli-
Colley, J. W. White. Upon -motion Paso Texas is from Bradford county with his family. I next ,
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Mr. Whtie acted chairman tern --_. "IINlIT'L;; (not moonshine wo hope). So ter, Elise Jones Elholin White; Ar- 1
as pro a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poppell, HOARD .
MANCOUNTRY take family to the picture thur Darby Jones S. R. John.,1
A. L. Alvarez was re-elected night ; NEWSPA1'ERSIORCEDTO you can your ,
of Starke well known over the state MEETINGS DURING MONTH
. marshal. educator. prospective\ bride SUSPEND !I I If iihows. Next week will be four Lillian Kternberg, lien Htembel'g.AliceA .
H %n '
show nights-Tu'ellday. Thursday Femmmaides Lola anti hazel Ad-
I J. T. Quigley was elected a mem- Is1 apbpuUr and accomplished young f Board met in regular. session with' .! !! ,
, ber of the board of bond trustees fora 'lady whose portrait in the Sunday In an article on "Newspaper all member to-wit Chair Friday and Saturday and the same kins, Mary ifrbwnlee/Pauline Miner ,

term of three years. Times-Union, denotes her to be both tality," the Boston News Mor-I man L. C. Powell present, P.,M. Padgett: and week after next. The managers of W. T.. Weeks, Jr., Murla Weeks, Sara. S

, W. L. Wall was re-elected fire chief 'handsome and charming. a current issue nays: I A, />.. Hazcn. the Gaiety will provide Interesting I Hope Ilaynan Georgia Haynen James.
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Upon motion the treasurer was ordered 'I' "The narrow margin of profit which I pictures, and give you the worth of. Richard Walnwright( Leslie Biggn, ,
to transfer $GOO from' the general BAPTIST exists in the newspaper business between Minutes,,' of last meeting rend and your monoy, I William IHincan, Joe Edwards Jr., ''

fund to the road and bridge fund "; publishing cost and selling approved a* read. - .-- .._---- J I Martha Powell Richard Long, Dorothy -

The treasurer was also ordered to I I Sunday school:l' a. m., L. L. King price has, been wiped .out in a very Moved and carried'that Miller be PINE HILL Ritch, Allen Long, Delia Rosen S
transfer $500 from the general fund. superintendent. large 'number of rases by* the steady allowed an extra month running of berg; Itlch.'rd, Harvard, Merrill Futch,

to the waterworks fund. Preaching.I 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. upward march of contract prices for I, school as It was necessary to grant Pine Hill Doc. 17.-Minx Mae Cle-! A. M. PcttftJr., Charles Durby Hamilton -
:!" The clerk was ordered to issue scrip B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. newsprint. Many publications are now name for it to maintain its standing moos, of Mac'clenny spent the weekend Bitch, Fannlo' C.nskltU Uflfby.: .
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\_ to the bond trustees on the waterworks -' Mid-week engagements, Wednesday retailing on the streets for very nearly ,' as a rural graded school. ] with her parents, Mr .and Mrs.J. :Evelyn and Marjorie Stump) t V11z."
fund for $500. night. the cost of the blank paper on I i i'I The bill of Judge Gardiner for hun E. demons. both and Leila Doa Andrew, Betty
The town treasurer reported to the Prayer'and praise service, 7:30 p. which they are printed. ters' lice lUll' blanks was ordered paid, ; und Roscoe McLanc, Martha Brown-
town council that the following named m. "Naturally this rising tide has I|I as all the proceeds f1mthe, sale of Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Surrency spent lop Billy Graham,' Frances Lee Peek
property owners in said town to- Teachers' caught and drowned publishers Friday in Brooker guests of Mr. and Lester Price
matinee, 8:00 P. -m. many same comes to the school fund. Robinson EMrldge Rob-
wit: J. P. Tomlinson, H. L. Gray Choir rehearsal, 8:30 p. m. who were not strong enough either'to i i I I The board asked that all teachers Mrs, H. T. O teen. mann Wilfred Phillips, Jr.. Georgia

Estate of Wm. Tison, Mrs. Eunice E., The preference that laymen often climb above it by raising their prices who were teaching on temporary! ceri Quite, a 'crowd of Brooker's young Emily PhillipH James Ilollingsworth,
Canova, Dan Boree had not paid their participate in the Sunday services or to keep themselves afloat on the ,i, tifirnten and did not attend the teach- people enjoyed the (cane grinding at James l'oPJll'li. Carlyle Hitch Billy

paving assessment, due against said was voiced by a representative audi earnings of more profitable years In i ers examination held at Lake Butler (n. W. Ilazen'n Saturday night. Long, Eunice': Canova Mn and Mrs. t

property. Upon motion by the town ence Sunday night, after J. F. Kick- the past. I I I on Dec. 7th, to suspend school as they J. B. demon and son, Alvin, were C. I L. Peek, Mm. A. M. Darby and
eauncil the clerk was ordered to no- liter had "The magnitude of this flood tide visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon.
spoken with grace and help were JIot qualified to draw public Mrs. S, F, Ilamrlck,
tify the town attorney to proceed at fulne s. and the number of its victims is Indicated I funds Mr. end Mrs. 0, C, Mills were In . t.
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once tp enforce the paving liens Gifts! of money, 'clothing and foodstuffs by the decline in registrationsof The board took a recess until December Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.The "
against the property of each and every are brought for the Baptist orphanage second class publications with the 15th at which ,-time it was people of our section were SERIOUS AUTO ACCIDENT 1
one of the above named parties. or the Christmas eve prog- post office department. agreed that the depositories should be grieved Friday when news reached -
The council adjourned to the next ram and the Sunday school. "Decrease' from previous fiscal declared for the next fiscal and here that .Mr*. Murphy Price of Mrn. Snyder and Little' Daughter

| regular meeting. -- .4 .*, years 1919, 1,158; 1918, 1,183; t917 any other business that might year prop Hrooker had passed to the great be Painfully Injured Wednesday ,
MUCH ADO FOR NOThING 91. erly come before the board. yond. We sympathize: with the bereaved -

HER FAITH IN SANTA "These of course are net' figures; Hoard met in recessed meeting on ones. x Wednesday afternoon Mr;: and Mm/

Saturday night about 7 o'clock Chas. that i is, they do not measure the number Doc 15th with' all members present Ralph Hazen and Alvin demons at- II. M. Snyder and little daughter, Louise

Little Alice Fernandez sent a let- Crutchfield, who l is very fond of shoot of publications which went out to-wit: I. C. Powell chairman :' p, tended B. Y. P.; U. 'service at Brook were traveling northward .oa
-;.r to Santa Claus in our care. But ing, was reading an article in a sport of business without offsetting it with Padgett and A. A. Har.cn. er Sunday night. Walnut street In their car,a\a mod

when we opened the envelope it contained ing magazine about the great abundance the new publications registering, for After much discussion it was unan Miss Daisy Lewis, of Brooker spent erate npeed. Mr. Snyder wan driving
nothing but a blank sheet of of quail in Siberia. But Siberiais the first time. I'M. agreed to make the Bradford part of last week with her aunt, Mr. and swerved to the left to pass a

|papcr. Thin will probably puzzle the a cold country ,and Mr. Crutchfield "The full'measure of discontinuation Bank the depository for the Lou Cone; car on the right. Just then a car.
old gentleman, but as the Lord made shuddered at the thought and put another of established publication Is following' funds: General school fund A. B. Surrency was a business visitor driven by Mrs. E. L. Biggs! ahead of

heaven and earth out of nothing so fat piece of wood on the fire. contained in the figures of Messrs. I special tax district funds of all to Brooker Saturday, them, started to turn around thee
an Santa also make much out of this Presently there was a loud knockat Ayers & Son, of Philadelphia. Their tax districts numbered from special 1 to Miss Lucile Harrell is nick at this blocking the utreet. Mrs Snyder had

etter. The writer of it knows that the door and someone, out of breath compilations show the following suspensions 31, both inclusive, and the Interest writing. to either run against Mrn. Bigg': car
ants canV find her without givingim asked him if he knew the roof of his net listings, and net losses and sinking funds of the following Cephus Harrell attended church at or cine run against the curbing and
her address and she thinks bean house was afire. Mr. Crutchfield eiz. for the three years: bonded district as follows: No.3. Bradford Sunday.G. she quickly chose the latter alternative

i: choose gifts for her better than ed a bucketful of water and ran out I Publication .uspended-1919, 1- Starke; No. 22, Ralford; No. 2S: Lake Dcgrue wan in Brooker one day an carrying the least risk Although
phe can herself. And Santa, it may side. The soot In the ihimney was R09; 1918, 1.954; 1917 1,659. Butler No. 25, Lawtey. last week., the speed of the car waR slow S
i presumed, proud of the confidence afire and the flame shot out several New publications listed-1919, I,- The above action was taken by the ------ the car climbed the curbing and raa

.i OWn him, will not forget her. feet. Sparks had set a small spot of 043: 1918 778; 1917 1043. board on the grounds that raid bank S'ALK OF CHRISTMAS SEALS into an oak tree with such force a.

the roof ablaze. Mr. Crutchfield had Net loss-1919, 646; 1918 1,178; was the only institution that had an to drive the crankshaft into the'oak.
HOPSON\ VISITS SON IN JAil. a ladder ready for just such an emergency 1917 616."Only application before the board asking Bradford county In making an exfcllent The sudden stoppage caused Louise to

r climbed up on the roof, dashedon a few of the largest metro: for all of the funds and making' application record In selling the anti-tu be thrown against the windshield,
[Macon, Ga., Dec. 12.-B. B. Hopson some water and the fire was out. politan dallies have their own print for same. berculosis Christmas "('lIls. A number breaking It and tier face being cull

Akron Ohio, former husband of While he was on the roof Officer mills; only the largest publications- Moved and carried that the chair of chairmen from the varlou badly by the glann. Mr. Snyder sustained

Eugene Elmer, and father of Er- Alvarez fired his pistol Chief Kite relatively few In. number--contract man and secretary meet jolptly with towns have sent back to Mm. FT; A, many painful bruises.
:. st Hopson, one of the four persons rang the fire bell and the power house direct with producing companies for Cot. J. E. Futch and Mr. N. T. Ritch Scott, county chairman for a larger Little Louise wan brought to Dr.

arged with murder in connection whistle boomed out its announcementthat their supplies at the published contract and thin. committee agree on the future supply of stamps, and the local committee Middleton, who stitched up her
; |th the death of Fred Sheppard, end there wounds and she and her mother
was fire somewheros. But prices. plans of thin board as to the securing have sold a large number of are
,? ond husband of Mrs. Elmer has when the alert fire boys reached the "The greater number of publications Mr Ritch against loans and stamp in Starke. rlolng well. The car was considerably

t ived here to attend the hearing place there was nothing'for them to get their newsprint through jobbers the carrying on of the public schools Over 200,000 children in the United damaged and wan taken to Smith'.
esday on applications for bail for do. Mr. Crutchfield his hand. and middlemen and Garage for repair.
washed some of Upon motion the secretary and States are left orphan!! every year on .
defendants. Mr. Hopson< declared and resumed reading about Siberian them do not even have contracts. chairman were ordered to off' all account of tuberculosis, which causesat .- -
pay
4 Ji vv questions have been drawn quails. These are the consumers whoso need I teachers who have a month in teaching least 150,000 death every year. Tt CORRECTION
come to Macon to do what ho -------.---
drives
Id in his behalf. them to pay the "snot" prices made by Deec. 23, 1920. Is especially fitting at thin season of -

. .--- CHRISTIAN for prlnt--eomet'mell as high as Matter of art extra teacher wan taken the year that a fight bo .made to help In the 'minute of tho December
twelve and fifteen cents a pound. A up with the board by the trustee stamp out this terrible disease. Prominent of
meeting the commissioners.
REV. RETURNED county
DIGGS
There will be Sunday school at the few years ago! newsprint sold onder of Starke district. Same wan laid individual and organization
published in our last Issue the Pank
: Christian church every .Sunday morn three cents a pound. :I over for further Investigation. over the country are working to sell ,
lev. J. t of Starke omltte.amonA' .
c accidentally
Diggs returned to Starke ing at 10 o'clock. Preaching every "The passing of the country newspaper : Report of Mr. Padgett on repairs the double barred Christmas seals. was 'S
day the banks which had filed
aftr I
? a week' (spent. in Talla- 'second Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 will meanthe, loss of a unique S to Midway schoolhoune was made. Went Virginia and Florida are run- applications S
and
ep.
where
he as county depositories'
1 had attended the p. m. ft American molder of public opinion as Board ring race to which sell the
; al conference. lie j accepted same and Mr. Padgettwas a nee can been accepted an nuch. The Bradford
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wan returned ---- --'-- well as the loss of of the
one things, excused. largest number of stamps, and the
i arke in C Bank and Bank of Starke of
answer to the earnest ST. MARK'S which helps to keep the worker the I I workers
kn on There being no further business the prominent In our state are
In Mr. Dig .' behalf from Starke, and Farmers & Dealers' Bank
I Jo soil. When country newspapers go board adjourned until the first Monday using every effort/ to come out aheadIn of Lake
Butter were designated by
people both
Methodist and Services, next Sunday at 7:80 p. m. out of business, the exodus from the In January 1021. the contest.

f"i the During hearts his of stay all and here he he was has All. are invited. farm larger It Is feared", will reach even I,I I I. C. J POWELL: Seal your holiday mail with the the commissioners for tho year 1921.NOTICE as county. depositories -

proportions. Attest: Chairman. stamp of health. .,
Jp'y welcomed home All ---.----
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are glad METHODIST -- --- - --- |I E.': R. POPPELL ? --.--fc
him -
r and his I
gve estimable
"J' u. for family CHRISTMAS DANCK Soc'y and Superintendent. HANKS WILL CLOSE CHRISTMAS:
at least
another
year. Sunday school 9:45 a, m. j .
J cnrany.. f : with Mr, DiggR was Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. j, The young men of Starke'! will giveS I i AT RANDOLPH The two banks In Stance will be All member of Farmers' Union No.
-t re.atlvt tF ott.. who came to Starke Epworth LcagQc 6:15 p. m.. j I dance at. the armory Christmas I II cloned on Christmas day and persons I. 509 are requested, to hI pruttnt at the

to Sutherland. Mr. Scott was re- Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 I night. Thl will be an eclat alTatr( II ). Bible proof that :Saturday:; the Jew- who need money for payrolls should next regular meeting Saturday, D5

a 1 made mission where I.ftI.) I and an orchestra from Jacksonville IIIb Sabbath, has nasesd away with the, attend. to the matter on Friday the cember_18, 1920: an officer/ for ensuing -
capable himself greatly beloved I Come out and hear the new (old) I will furnish the music AU are invited -I, rest of tho Jewish law. Come oat. I 24th. The ntoren will probably remain year will be elected.A. .
minister I
and g"nerom pastor, J. C. DIGGS. to attend. J. THOMAS:
Rtbetle in.p Another dance will be Sunday, Dae. 12th at 11 a. m. I IR open during the morning but close lathe
Pastor. given on Dec. 80th. D. BOWER. afternoon. Secretary.

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|I LONG BRIDGE I My Dear Santa Claus: visit my home and bring me some DII!: : = ..
11 I Bring me a rubber ball and boy presents. I will not make any selection "

: I I Long Bridge, Dec 17.-Mr. and' doll. That is all 1 ask for, my dear myself. I will appreciate any APED
i 1 Mrs. Sam Crews, Mr. Lacy Johns, l II Santa Claus. presents you ,bring, good old Santa.
i! Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner, Jim Ad- Your little friend, MAGGIE VARNES.

1 I II III kins and daughters, Grace and June, I'I WOODROW IIICKS. tJ.; . 1 I
FARNHAM.
+| and Grrnld Adklns, Mr. and Mr*. B. Dear Old Santa:

I I.'. H'nfroe, were among. the. visitors My Dear Santa Claus: I would like for you to bring me '
I : ; !I Lake Butler Saturday I I Bring me a rubber ball and a boy 1 something f6r Christmas. I want a Grunt Flakier nnxlonsl- cnn -v\,\ ,

Imurestlna- Mr.' and M I'll. Ira SIcrritt, of Jacksonville doll and that in. nil I ask for. I dull, doll carriage, some candy, ap- his watch und qjloktn.tlie! aped| at of 'cy

1 1I are visiting; his parents, Mr. OLEN LESTER HICKS. ples and nuts. I have a little sister. his car n* lie .swept on frwuril the
I and Mr. K. V. Merritt.. I Her name is Ruth. line would like a lights:: nf Grwnvlllp" showing In the dlo.tsncp. .

1 I'liiiney Crews returned to his homo My Dear Santa Claus: doll, too. All lie entered the town the tig.
?U -LAKE I last work after a visit in South Flor I BrinK me a doll and carriage. Thatis RUBY VARNES. ore of it girl walking" along the tU.V. .
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y i f: "' i ida. all I will ask for Bye, bye> my --. walk, caught hi* ('}'e' lIdd"lIl)' axtrp J o ..

r j, I!| Mr*. Ken Sapp was railed to Jacksonville dear Santa Claus. Ing down liralde her he IItnl'Pd the '
I I Lake' Ilutlor, Lh'c. l7. 'I I Wednesday on business. Your little friend, Perfectly COIprehenlll'ble.The car."Do : i,
.f Johnstown, 1 following made bya yon rtngr1
speech nnn
twit. t WILLIE FAY .
1UcKS.j
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johns and Ruby
Visitor to lake Butler ; ]I ... .. lawyer, on behalf of liin client whose She turned and stared iionu-whit
[ Johns visitors to the state farm -- - .
,1 t J. I 1) Major returned : ,' cow hud been killed l I.Y n trams : "it dumbly. Then she niHlHoil."Jump w
+ "iiasson, Tuesday Saturday night LAKE BUTLER lie tn.lii hud been run ns It .hl.mlj! 1 have In- tl aen." And before she

.1 14 Attended this Florida (' 'I Mrs. Plinney Crews and little' twit run or If the bull, kind Inu' rung knew exuctly what" lied< happened> | f"II> i
jf ]Major will he with the ) dnughtrr\ Cloo, arc ,spending weekIn I Dear) Old Santa, : os II should' hive bi-"'!, rung "' It the was' sitting by his. sWe\ as they' rolled
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church iinother year.Mesdnmes 1 t Gainesville with her sister, 1 am a little gia'l,' 11 years old. I whistle! bud lifcii l lown UH It t-liuuld on uonrer untl n.'norIII"1 <' -1111'' uf the
',' ta' II, !I"'. R. 'I F. Turner II'I'I go to Brannen school. My teacher'sname have IMTO blew, both of xvhx'li ," y did town.

d le \VI$e spent Tuftsday in t Pierce Crews and brother is Mrs. Lee and I am in the neither, the cow would not ,kin'n bees Finally the, car stopped rp t
11. I.. Sprinkle, of I I were attending business in ,i fourth grade. I .would like for you to 1 .tJnrs'<1 when xlio was kills, (L" building! with the, anrds "Gr" ',' 1t'\11e\
Brvetlng friend in tew ,; | : 1 Butler Monday.Mr. I theater" In blueing: letters iiliove Jt.
Culler Lloyd, of and Mrs. R. J. Turner and children I I The girl cure. a sigh of relief on she
a business' visitor In e have returned |o their home in saw" that thin was her, ruptnr's dentin
: Gainesville, after spending awhile in tlon. A few minutes later
471 Tuesday. UTHE AMERICAN RED CROSS the hud
Oscar !Rimes, of Pive this .section with relatives.Pavie passed with him through the stage entrance

1 tending to business; in Rivers was numbered on the IN PEACE TIME $F* Into the theater and was listening 7

morning sick list. last week. 4N 'r. $ .. to the explanation' of his niy.i 4
!Mabel\ Crews" Is numbered on the 1
Mi. and Mrs. B. 1)). I Extern Europe riots conduct.
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sick list this week .
li-cn, are visiting in "It"'alldl''III.. net-slnclng. Hjsoprabo's r
week., Jessie fowling left last week with 1wo gone hark on me. I nin't
1 The following her aunt, .Mrs. A. P. Moore, to. attend IIfjIt sing alone tonight. Ifs something oat

C.: T. U. wa. rendered : ''school at Apopka. of the. ordinary, and rye got to make
The thrill of history !' W. M. Hodges, of Starkor; was in a good Impreiulon. Can't "hlln:1'! mj
our burg last week. Do know., ,,
Song.SeYlj'tvirc.. prollnlll: now you all these
1, ,
Malt, 2113.: | Ray Goodge of Sampson City, was P songs?' I.
Prayer. Iin our section last week. She glanced: through! .severalef sbw.s
> The organ!tat Ion of I i Mis. Math Sapp and daughter left s music! thrust Into her "hands MAl .
b -Miss Marshall last. week to spend a while with her I I right," she. Bald l calmly, T know. the* ",
A Sketch of the Life j jWilUrd I mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. Richard, of a If"Ortod ,

-Mrs. Major If I IOpM \ ( Lake Butler. t "a Here's the ...".IUmeH.M ;f.
,, | >rtunIties Then People around here are busy grinding s t makeup.;. Wear the Irish\ one Own, l'
Look Uarkward, the cane and killing hogs. -. you kno...... Four minutes."
?,, f Mrs. Maines. Miller Johns of New River was visiting ,' : Fa Grant had ennn to he excited. Outthere ,f:.
s the home of Mr. and !Mrs.\ .
Vocal :Solo: The How at In the audience< a* fie had urarv- 4;
l>on-Mra. Strickland.V. Sam Crews Sunday.A ___ e I ly :.. hours ago learned' through

+ T. Stevens of | : large crowd attended prayer meeting rnnnd-al>ont means a, scout of a famous
.w..ral. l days whit D. at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ben. opera company wan IIlttlo Fie
h VM'k.lien. i \ Sapp Saturday nightThere had come there to hear him sing< win!
puke, of Five i'' will be church services at his ""pnDO.luddpnl!\ Grant felt a j
town last. week \ Long Bridge: Saturday night and Sunday chill of horror and fear creep aver:

t bass a<
Mr and Mrs. Jesse I Come.Sheriff Americans .wbo coatrlbot to the Red- Cress would feel amply repaid tOmr-'Dt, after all. and! canned the! '
I
6 l'rovM.m'r. motored to Epperson, of Starke, was in f.r their generosity If they could see .what It mean to hundreds of thousands act to be a failure? What chance then
Vriday. | this section last week. I' .f war weary sufferers In the Balkans. Here Is a widowed Roumanian mother would be have of making!!: a goad hnprsslon .
H" sure and attend I with her five. children just after a visit to a Red Cress relief station. AH arMrefs . upon that scout' and hecomlnf +
i at the high school !\ I''I lion. A. V. Long of Palstka "' ..1 .t and the hey at the I left Is wearing clcthes" mad ot scraps from the a singer in. opera" instead of a met' .t,,

evening, l>ec. 17th. in Starke Thursday.Remember I battletiald.l They have. Just received' winter clothing, food and condensed! vaudeville artist fie turned to th.*
The bauar and i SBllk far the haby. Similar work Is being done for Russian refugees. driven girl with some, vague Idea of telling!
en last. Friday by the sale by the ladies of ere- bomb her that she wa'mt wanted after an. .
church was" a splendid he Baptist church this afternoon at But Just then the curtain went< op an*

... A. K.: Proctor visited : Jones Hardware Store. Beautiful fancy :1 I "Thine Is the Glory"s ]J h* heard the piano begin the opening, al alHe
tropolis Tuesdayevening articles! will be on display all this : .measures of the song
Mrs. Joe Crews has < morning but the Nile does not commence forgot all about his. fear In tt*
"With the Cut. Price until three this afternoon. s next: moment as. her strong!!, thrillingvoice !

Mra. 11. N. Stanton .. Come and buy something pretty to rose' with his. Man alive! Itnf
a 'J list this week. wear and something good to "at. ,, he ever thought b* had a gnnd m-
prano before? The appliin row' kt i
B. Y .P. U. met P .
rendered. an interetlng ,; !Mrs. J. 1'. Halligan: has written a M + wr 1T volume. of sound as the last encore was
Forrest Orawdy, of !\ friend' here th.t.tit',. have located finished.. Behind the! scenes Grant
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transacting business" in in Whittier, California, that they hada found .01',41'1'1 Inadequate ta express
Tue Uy afternoon. wonderful trip out there and like : bill emotion
he 4 tllrwbw You can't Itaow.be began "..hatyou've
country much. Mr. and Mrs.
very
v ;
Rev harper of St.
hare e done for me tonight. Ton has r
Halligan
I numbers of friends here
a conducting: a meeting a wonderful< voice. Ton ought to who _
r, ,1 tian are always glad to hear from
rb\lITb.-
a t. .e'aMta'M'I something with It. Have yoo ewe' '
'. t' Mr. and Mra. .'. them. Their address" Is Bolt 1JU. canF. "
ie.<< G. thought of It?
Simmons. Whittier, Calif.
f' relatives' In "Yen. I have naught of It," the pWanswered I
"b'. t IK W. Reruns bus LtTLUDear slowly.Suddenly .
,\ dMrw
to Lake Butler ltu"i. Grant .realized that the flare '

Mr. and Mra. Santa: In clinging green was a moot ado x.- ,

< ton Saturday. 1 am writing you a "letter to tell don't eien know; your Dime yet,"
'. henry Stewart, of you what I want for Chrutmas. I he said. ")ly name I Is Grant Fisher." see

greeting, : friend' in want a little train that runs on a "If you don't mind" replied. the" gut s
t eta! days" of this week 1 track and a little car. 1 want some 1 think I will get dressed." "

guest: of Mr. and Mr. fire crackers" and some fruit and some ; "I'm a fool !T* be exclaimed. "'..
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t send while here, caps to shoot in a pistol I am sure bad some Important eacaretneot ar>4
Mr Stuart, of . i you will not forget me. Good-bye. rye mad yov break ItIs tt ears -
11 guest of her , Santa. thing that can sttH be attended nT"I '
+d n
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Kinsey Tpwuasmi this
VEXTRICE OSTKEN. was only CMclng her." she *. 4
Miss ElisaNpth and .
...el"l'dtIll a little' smile "1 ass! to*
Mnd. spent Friday in J Dear Santa Claus: late anyway" to see but half t1r tat
Rev. G. W. S. Ware I am writing you a kter to. tell I show and I tad the rare experiM: ,
ton, was a visitor her ? yon what I want for Christmas, I f taking pan la the vaudeville Thai
r (toon.WiUnire. want a tricycle and a bugle. I wanta Arty ron for that.'
Break of I +'
r Itttl car and some Ire works anda She bowed In farewell and wet ''ksway

nabit.al. tpet Good little Santa car' and some fire works and leaving Hm 1. a state of bvfdtiuteut. -

ta 14 toll i .
> "'\.AX-CS. WIT1I '. 1. W. OSTEEX- This painting. wMcfc binge I. Xattcoal nead.oartr or the America For the< next lw days Gnat t""*
.e4varedSyrwpTcs Red Cresa Washlacln. depicts to* bn>ac* *f Amvrtca's Ccbtlnf BO to half his spare time: la scoorler t A>*
p-lI'atkU It l Dear Santa Clans: nM'rkallDaboo4 a* mvMItsed foe service In the World War by this streets of Greenville. Ia bl* retdsaw ,J
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saoukt tar take ic(a>artr I am writing yon a Utter to tellyou OfTI\Ru.aU u la tn* \.borathC' scientific! aid art creation of Vla>*r snxkxtt: : for another gllnp of thot eJrl!
W indue* n uUr SKUOU. \ what I want for Christmas. 1 Joseph any K1t... U. late of the Ueoeral Staff, C S. A, and F Lois !tors.of the other half b* was riding! fret
Kc utotea. Vary . want a wrist watch and a ring' and the New York School o>f Art. The face *f ib* central figure Is a compodte from OreeovUle' to his headqcarwat '
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I Per' butte. some fruit. I know you won't forget .f the feature. of a tbouMOd Red Cr...a worker *..l ctd for the. purpo- the city, always oo the watch for,
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m*. Go d-t-.e. Santa fh* "'nCf'd.r.JDl1'N" from tbs. .psis

._ KUBV OSTEEN. ee... ..r-.,.
\IJHE! AMERICAN
- RED CROSS
At fc *t tb. mnnnons came and sr
RAirORD I the ..1'IonIn'l'dr be was bef* s**'

;- i fe IN PEACE TIME (ff rrr* taro an .fflo* where were. t- ,6}
Dear .
Santa Class\ rieX. xl nt>* of which at thMr 1IIPtf!
I am a little girl seven rears old. I I Disease Prevention 1---.rs 0 '

go to school and 1 am in the firstgrade. I -: lr*Iwor.- raid Mr. Towsw' i
I lore my teacher. Fleas' ..
I ft .. first: Urn* to latrrdne. Jellt. ;
bring roe a Ball a doll bedstead and .. 'Bc'*
.. ,. r .'-l"ind man. Mw. l7..
sate> candy and oranges and apple I. , ,, U* -v ;
f too.: Be sure to com. Santa, T 4g I. '. 'ui-rd Sensed Ih* oUer d i nt
Your 1 the friend.
'w
GEORGIA ANDERSON. I I4 rt!,.t-.war'.at the iflrt.. Sao.Ww' of kaI N N.ma.e +
S ; s BJ.IU4, I- eel I ..I..tX
\\4 S .: I ., ..nen. ,-s. wit* to masse! tae .
Dear
Santa Claas
I : :9tt puUl rrwark tit Ta'a' '
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WE t an a ttttle: girl seven yeas .M.I ?wsd. wear E Eats
V I C'O' to raol and I an w the fleet\ 4I .
r L rbl f nacre '
r..m. 1M
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SIZE 4 I ]ko"
gr tcnr. Pteas.
my "
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I your -.au hr. ]tr. n tr.tewr.
I bring me a ct..u. a ring and soso* can. 1 L'I ofI
r ebea
sad
another
',' iy and nuts. Be sure to roar San I uiri I !'be
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i pee" t xnl Has: Ra r t&"r Utt.1e friend.DOR1S .. I bas tafermed see Oat ..e. 1"8.1" till
LEE MOORE.IVar .
j wttbovt row : sad a* .h* Wttroe -**-'? Is a'tmpoetaat
boa SO egeanq eh. i< iP'' oar1 1'1'tewrrr
Santa
I Chas: J
11- a4 .
a
It.. a MtJ trap tea" years .*L 1 n .r 1 ta cwswawtl ,,h
'r w ', to tehocj and I an in ti* first gra Mated toward Ou
1 _T* te dw rJeu' Gnat
OEJT bring ta* a '1. e
: to eyebe a rar bat riS 4&IChT4 to yet bee/ tA1.T .. rt
a and fir ru J
seat -
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rrae.rs and 0 candy.i Mr. To *"f" .. --r. btW the
!'t"f
far a oseiMtetBC ..*. .t eh* ,
CLARENCE' CHASE "
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R. I> ar &a fta times: : rt, Heats S.-.tee tV* JLiaerieaji :Red Crww taa began a rails, eompeay. the tyt .sre L I,

1q11 ILL. t I .m a Hrtk lee reds y' a.r* ii I 'lde tee!rousted *f>jet In < .oytrai\ a* with .era s!. t-. re.rtes (< --' "",
g- *" NMeI mad. t gar IB 'tk* first iedee gist-y: : aa.. -r: r-r-- : c.. eawse t ?'f How eoeld see Beet ,w ya
:icra**. I less my ****%ft'. FtruetkHnr I -Z :se xr: .s :ttKtlN 001I) g \.Ja: tea I'a.: n j. OSV&r n* tt* way' Mr-I trwrfried *-t' a. rrp e
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1p BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA.
w> PAGE SIX FRIDAY, DECEMBER
17. 1n&u
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STRAWBERRY HINTS plants can grow deeper and thus! secure -:
a better foothold and come in "WELL OLD 1 I

s;.. Strawberries require liberal organic contact with more plant food. Hardpans ri'njiqirpr' fliibIi Let's settle ;
fertilization, 5 to 10 tons stable manure are broken which permits the MAN HOWARE
thoroughly: mixed with the soil drainage of excess water from the ; .
,. before planting. A. P. Spencer, vice surface, and on the other hand per ", I ri _

t .division director, of says the that agricultural in addition extension they mits water in dry to rise seasons.from below by capillarity -I I YOU? this right now !!

should'receive from 1,600 to 1,800 One danger of breaking: the land I I II
t pounds commercial fertilizer. Give ahead of time should. be pointed out II'.. YOUR BLOOD IS RICH AMIj I I 11 No man ever smoked a
this in two or three applications, a here. AI the plant food of turned- ,
RED YOU SAY, "FINE"'ENTHUSIASM
third before the plants are set, a third under vegetable matter decays and Is j I I better cigarette than Camel!
six weeks after the plants are set and dissolved, it begins leaching away. i' I I
;, a third when the first crop is setting.To However this disadvantage Is not sufficient I _is RED-BLOODED You'll find Camels unequalled by
t this last application should he to'..fT/ -1I<'t the advantages to be I
added 100 pounds nitrate of soda or gained: through: reasons set forth TRY PEPTO-MANGAN It''OU any cigarette in the world at any "
'
sulphate of ammonia. This fertilization above. { FEEL: WEAK AND LOOK r' price because Camels combine ,

, is will and increase prolong the the size bearing of the period.berries ' CONTROLLING----CABBAGE. WORMS, I _PALE ( .1jf, every feature that can make a

f r Good cultivation should be kept up Sometimes you are almost down cigarette supreme /

throughout the season. Poison the worms that pester your and out. You know you are not real- _
\ When the crop Is about mulch ready with to cabbage" with arsenical preparations, ly sick, but you have a petered-out Camels expert blend of choice \
r pick It is advisable to is the advice of Prof. J. R. Watson, feeling. You eat little. You drag d Turkish and choice Domestic :
This
dried or pine straw. pre _
.
grass entomologist: of the Florida Experiment ! along. In the morning you look at
vents the soil from drying: out and Station. The winter months is your face in the mirror. You feel I tobaccos puts Camels in a class by
) keeps the berries from the soil, making the season when caterpillars of cer- years older when you see how pale as themselves. Their I It
I clean smoothness
them cleaner and insuring a
: much trouble to and haggard are. "'
tain butterflies cause you
pack. It also prevents the berries I 'y "E ; 1 will
f beaten into the dirt during cabbage growers and precautions It is your blood. It needs red cor ,a appeal to you, and permit
from" heavy being:rains.Strawberries should be taken at once against them. puscles. Instead of poking along half I : -.- .. _' -- you to smoke liberally without tir-
into fields Lead or calcium arsenate may be sick why don't you try taking Pep- ,- .
picked
are packing shed and given: as sure death to these pests.Put to-Mangan, the blood tonic! It haJust _- -- ing your taste !
Caskets, taken to a
' baskets. 1 pound lead arsenate into 50 gallons: the ingredients: weak blood needs.
These sorted and packed arranged into into quart 24 or 32- water; add from 5 to 10 pounds caustic With red blood your energy and enthusiasm C Camels leave no unpleasant ciga- \
are _
,''v 1 whale oil or fish oil soap as a return. You eat better. -
quart ventilated crates, if to be shipped retty' aftertaste nor unpleasant ,.
f into f.O HO sticker and spreader; boil a few min You tackle work and achieve. ;
local markets or _
t quart to pony refrigerator; bexes, if to utes in order that the powder and Pepto-llangan\ widely and heart- -J' b1 cigaretty odor I IYou'll (
be shipped to distant markets In soap will go into the solution. Spray ily endrosed by physicians. It is effective -
the second case the boxes should contain with any good spraying machine, and easy to take. It is soldin prefer Camels blend to either I s
for ice.WINTER. (preferably a power machine. Commercial both liquid and tablet form. The kind of 1 1Sft
trays I tobacco
.
50 smoked straight 1 1c
_ -_ 1: lime-sulphur, 1 gallon to medicinal properties are identical. -'I--
PLOWING gallons water or flour paste, 2 pounds Sold at any drug store But be sure prI? E 7IC _,.oro moU...r.he_In ociontrilcollr momlftl
I flour boiled with 2 gallons water and to get" the genuine PeptoMangan"Glide's. 7URI aLND dai/e. of 3O a a.n.n..l or ton poeltmtmm (JOO
:
jRr.ak e ---I)t in
m ilfinpiioroonrod
carton. W. ,
your land for next year'lerop this mixture added to CO gallons spray ." Ask for it by the name and C otrontly rooommmnd lh.nlon far tho homo or f
l during the winter months, is the solution; are good substitutes for soap be sure the full name "Gude's Pepto omof fupplp or irhon you trmwol .,

advice of C. K. McQuarrie, state an a sticker and spreader. Mangan": is on the package.-Adv. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.WinitonS :., '
agent of the Florida agricultural extension Lead or calcium arsenate may be cm, N. C.
division. When one realizes used as a dust, if applied when the HIGHLAND I -
how few farmers follow this practice cabbage: are wet with dew or rain. It
r it is easy to see its importance. The is well to use equal amounts of cheap Highland, Dec. 17.-Mrs. W. J. 1 '
d habit of waiting till just before plant. flour or airslaked lime as a filler. Hardee and two interesting children, V'I
1 ing to prepare the land is old and un ', Some persons fear using arsenic of Micanopy, arrived Thursday for a
wise.. I I'I compounds on cabbage because of the visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
There should be enough time between supposed danger to the consumer. A M. Crews. H
, breaking and planting for the prominent entomologist has estimated Mrs. J. A. Starling spent several
soil to become settled enough to per !; that it would be necessary for one days last week with relatives at Law
mit ready germination of seed. After < to eat a dozen heads of cabbage to tey. L
% ;" ; breaking the soil, there is much airspace pet enough poison to produce death. Mr. and Mrs. Charles George and I ( '
which prevents capillarity, the However, if one fears the poison, stop baby< of Boyette, came Thursday to __ ..IW
circulation of moisture. through the i applying it two weeks before the cabbage spend the holidays with relatives. 1-T-: = = '
roil. If seed are planted while the will be eaten. A good rain will Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a :. Tl.z _f:
F noil is loose and before moisture. cnn wash practically all the poison off. business visitor here Friday.E. a
circulate, many of them fall to come 1 The cabbage: head is not formed by R. Keller, of Jacksonville, was __ '
up.In I the folding up of the leaves as is transacting: business here Saturdayand
1 most cases, if the soil is not tooL sometimes assumed, but entirely by again Tuesday. .. j
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I wet, it is well\ to subsoil. Have the internal growth. Therefore, the poison Marcus Brown, of Starke, hereon ..
was urday.F. ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crews. Mrs Andy Goolaby and children, .f
l subsoil plow follow behind the soil will not become incorporated into' business Saturday.Mrs. t I
plow in order that the subsoil is not I the interior of the head, but will always -' II. C. Wimborly, Misses Win I M. Crews spent Sunday in Hampton Messrs. Richard Lang, Carl Wil- West Jacksonville, is spending sons l'
; brought to the surface. I be only on the outside leaves. ifred and Beth Wimberly and Gilbert with his son, Robt. L. Crews kinson and J, I. Mart were visitors to time with J. T. Marr and family. :
,,. What is the value of subsoiling: It I These are removed before the cabbageis : Barker attended the LawteyMacclenny J. I. Mart' was a visitor to Jacksonville Starke Monday. Mr. Marr purchaseda Misses Ella and Rena Marr returned :
breaks up and loosens the earth to a cooked. Little is to be feared by basket ball game at Lawtey Sat I' Saturday. new Ford while there and drove it last week from Jacksonville. The
greater depth than it is ordinarily ', spraying, or dusting cabbage with arsenical '- urday. Miss Hazel Crews returned to her home. heard Billy Sunday preach and while ,
broken' thus making possible a number preparations.' Much is to begained. Mesdames E. Carter and Stearns home at Hampton Sunday, after a C. S. Thornton, of Jacksonville, wasa there were guests of their newly mar-
of advantages. The roots of the Moseley were shopping fn Starke Sat- week spent here with her grandpar- business visitor Saturday. I rTed cousin, L. A. Wilson

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FRIDAY. nECKMBER 17. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGtf SEVEN

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,. j,. PROVIDENCE -, J. E. Brown was a visitor to Starke in the! family burying grounds Saturday here Sunday with homefolks. ernlng thmu.h..m.the year Period IR2I.of The said liiard,.... will reeervre run known

t firnt of the week. afternoon. Johnnie Williamson of Lake Butler the right to rejiwt any and all t>td, .. I Southwest Certificate. Quarter No 201 and embrace.Weal Half East of 1.1 af. I

>Providence Dee. 17.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sasser. of Kingsley was a spent Sunday here with friends. Chairman hoard of County O. A. KOHERT8.Cornmlmloncr" eat .Quartet assessed, Xec.N. P 14.Cauthcn T... ,. 8. It. 2 E.. UPacres.

Buck DriRg-ers of Lake Butler! won! visitor to Lawtey Sunday. GRAHAM J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was in our Atlmt : Unless aald I eertlfleaUia ahall be redeeaud

the truest of the former brotheri I; Arthur Stokes of Jacksonville, wasa section Sunday afternoon.D. w. T. WEIKB. according to law, tax deed will Issue thcraon .,
fend family Sunday. visitor here Saturday. Graham. Dec. 17.-O. W. Dyal was Clrrk vf the Court 12-HMt-IZ-Sl. ('fl the XOlh day of n.I..r. A II. 1920.Ultneaa ,
W. Moore visitor to .
was a my and seat this
JMi Nita Blair has returned home, Ossie Prevail, of Jacksonville', was called to the bedside of his grandson Worthington Springs Sunday NOTICE OP APrMICATIOtJ TO SElL REAL ISth day of November." ..1..lu.. mo.

a' after having finished the :term ol r the guest of his mother Sunday. at lArgo, who is seriously' ill. ESTATE. OF that INFANTSHrntiy the utidi'mlgned.ne . W. T. WFEK8.
I given
j A basket ball team of girls from Messrs. P. M. Geiger, G. III. Bennett rtotire KlitalM-th G.I...,.. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County. Florida.
:School at Riverside. Ervin and Truby Dyal made a business guardian of the minor (Seal) Ily A. KNIGHT.ll19ot1217. .
the Macclenny high school played the and John Hall motored to the Maud i.ainey. liroward Gainer and .:*.1. Calnry 0
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,*."Mi s Mabel' Summer U at home to trip to the county seat Tuesday. aniilieatlon to the Honorable, Deputy CI..
will make
| the delight of her friends after a visit, Lawtey team Saturday; The score was Jesse Ogden is home again from county seat Monday on business. County Judge of llradford County. Florida NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SAKE I

., several months with her sister Ini I I f>9 to 4 in favor' of Macclenny. The South Florida. --.- at him office In Starke, ..1......... on the Hlh Thirty days after dale hereof. I. the underIgnvd -

local team will play a return game day of January IU ll. at 10 o'clock a. m.. .luard.n! for W. W. ".On.l. Jr.,
.;i:. mpa. Oliver Sparks was a visitor in our HAMPTON for authority to nell certain real relate ofald minor heir A. .- I
; ?Mis Ada Register, principal of our with the visitors in the near future section Tuesday. minor to-wlt ..,. will to the W.lan.1 A. Gardiner
The ..t Half of Southewt Quarter of Bee. ..1.11' l..t> .
the when they will make an effort to even r. Judge, and for BradfordCounty
& Chool!, U in Lake Butler taking little. Tate Prevatt ana wife made a business Hampton Dec. n.-The Masonic sIt .Houthweet Quarter of Notlhnut. Quarter rlorlda for an order aell at private 0
. While Mrs. A. L. up a and Northweet Quarter nf Southeast Quarter .
{.lamination. away aale .
a interest In
S trip to Sampson City Friday. lodge: held its annual election Friday and 8oulhwet Quarter of See. S6 eaovptthe and to the following one-eighth d.*uDdl"ld.. _

Wrippers: is teaching. Colson BI100KEIf)3rooker Truman Dyal and family were visiting evening. The following officer! were following land In the said BoulhwwtQuarter Mouth Half of Lt I and. I. and th* north
'.j4AlIiaon; Bielling Leonard of SectIon 88. lo-wlt i 111.1".1th.
his five feet of tot al Lot
Mr. Mrs. O. W. 7.
parents, and for e.eept
elected
the
ensuing : Westsue .
visitors year .. eentpr poet of Section (In and run
business the
South
ud Will Smith were ten feet, nil In Block A. of N. J.
'4t. Dec. 17.-Among those Dyal Tuesday. W. M., J. F. Houser fret to a liithtwood pout (no mark for Jones Addition, to tha To". of Stark, Brd.
Lake City Monday. SD degree -
South
l who to Friday afternoon Babe McKinney was a business visitor S. W. E. J. King.J. the place of beginning. tVienee ford County. .
motored Sampton F.ld.
'. ,Av'V'Mrg.: Math Douglass is visiting; her' _I. 1C40 fevt to a lightwood poaf (no Thla Seth ..
:' fcomefolks Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sum were Messrs. G. B. Colson here Monday. W., J. L. Perry. m.rkt. which I* sos feet caM of the onequarter dF DORA.F. UI.
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.j. ,Mers. Eldon Baxter and B. F. Hazen. Little J. C. Smith of Ocoee, is visiting Treasurer P. E. Henry. and 110.post thence on the South line Sao dividing feet to ftoetlone m lightwood hI-194t-15-1t.Guardian. for W. W. loDnel. Min..

.. .Mr. and Mrs. Grover Clyatt are ex- Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend his aunt, Mrs. L. G. Berry. Secretary, C. E. Harper. poet (no mark). thenfte Kant 164A feet

!\ ting to remove to this village soon. home. Willard Smith, of Natals. is visit- Miss Eva Williams visited friends to 18UO: a feet lightwood to the iwet 1,1.| ..1..0 of mark beginning). thence; the North.*- NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE

..'l,1irt3., M. Fralick who is operating: a Mr. Shacklcford of Lake City was Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I and relatives in Waldo Sunday. eeptlon containing about 50 ........ more or Thlr day after dale hereof I. th. untler-

.:$. Mwmill near Fort White spent the attending to business here Friday.J. Smith. Rev. Burnett of Gainesville filled leash. ..1I.\ In townahlp 4 South, Rang 15East. .I"nc.. ... Guardian for Nina U Walnwrlght. 0

,? week-end with homefolks. E. demons and son, Alvin were Harris Melvin, of New River, was his arpointment at the Baptist church Also the North Half of Northweet. Quarter ... minor Walnwrlght heir of and Julia Frank A. D. W.la.wl.b. -

>,4Meara.' Crockett Farnell, Baron in Starke Saturday. here Sunday. Sunday of flection I. In Towmihlp t South Ran.. decraaed. will apply! to the W.ln"ri..h'G.

'.rnell Neal Farnell and Will Paul. Mrs.\ Hubbard Crosby and son and I' Bob Surrency was a visitor to the IB Rat all of the Bald land Florida lying and and being . A. Gardiner. Ount Judge of Bradford Con
J. F. Johnson and family are mov- in Bradford County con.talnlng ty, },...fd. order to sell at
: aID were in our midst Wednesday. Jennie Maude Crosby spent part of county neat Saturday. tog to Hampton this week. They were In the aggregate V60 &cres. more or .at. a ."h undivided interest pr..I..

;p'"'Oscar Summers came up from Ocala last week with relatives in Lake City. Elgin Baxter of Brooker, was here at one time residents of our town and I.... NANCY E. OMNFY minor to-wltl In and tb following d..rb land

'' 'Mjst week attending to business. Mrs. Tiercy Roberts last week Sunday afternoon. 2-lfl-M-l-T A* Guardian of Bald Minor
spent I i have many friends here who are gladto South b.1 of ..t 6 and e. and tha North
>;', l\f1fMr. and Mrs. Hubert Tanner, of with her sister Mrs.\ Connelly of Murphy Price was here' Sunday. see them return. CASE five feet lot . all of Lot T. except

I{, JSlgh Springs I were guests of Mr. and Cooler Pond. Mrs. Trice and daughter Alma Mr. Hciberger: of Brooklyn was Notice I.COMMISSIONERS'hereby .I"'n that unci,.. and 101'"I..u. the Jones South Addition ten feet to the all Town In Block of dtarka A of, Brad N. J.

< Mrs.' R. A. Y. Roberts last week. Mrs. P. M.\ Barefoot and Miss Grace of Geofgia spent a few days here this transacting business here Monday. of a decree of partition .if the ('lreuItourt ford Cunlr. Ford.
(' of Florida In and for the county of
week. .
.r ,'$Mrs. Lola Smith and son, Manard Fogg spent Saturday in Alachua.J. Isham Ogden and son, Marvin Kradford. dated. on the 1t dy of I..mh. 0.1'CBCIL C. WAINWRIGHT.. 1920

',.. returned to Jacksonville last week after A. Douglass and family of Ala Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Parrish of were transacting business here lastweek. 1920: in a certain matter pending th.r.'ln.wherein Guardian fop Nina I* Walnwrlght.' (1. Clydc

'. a visit with friends and relatives. chua, were visitors here Sunday af Sampson City were here Monday.Mr. Charlea Emma V. Clyatt.N. Clyatt.minor Sallle by Emma Markhamand N. W.lnw.lhl and Frank D. Walnwrlght.

'f \\it.! D. C. Williams made a business trip ternoon. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn were here Clyatt hla .Buardlan and next friend Haael M.or 11.I9.lst1I.l1NOTICE !

to: High Springa Tuesday, taking a Rev Ridenour will fill his appoint Sunday afternoon. 0 Mr.the Blanton Houser, House of Alabama thla wl'ek.is a guestat Clyatt Maon and Walter Onear ('1".... minor | OF GUARDIAN BAI.E

quantity of Providence fruit-oranIges ment at the Missionary Baptist church Jack Padgett, Tommie Oldham Dan .. and 1>. C. Clyatt.: minor, liy llaael Cly Thlr day. after data hereof T. the under-
t ) -to market. next Sunday. Byrd visited the. county seat Satur. T. M. Hagan has purchased the att Maaon, their. next friend. are complain- *. Guardian for G. W. Illcka, Clarence I
anla. and Emma Theo Clyatt .la defendant Kick. Fay Hick. Woodrnw
.'j' t1 U>; Mra. Lewis Gay Jr., has gone to Tom Chastain of Lake Butler was day. grocery: store, meat market and rl'R- authwrlaina: the imd.>rlgned. .. eommlaalonerc . Hick annd Wii. ., minor heir of
; I ..Brooker for a few weeks' visit with in town last week. Berry Dyal attended church here taurant on Main street from W. T. to ell the following described property HIcks. deceased will apply to th* Honorable
sItuate In Bradford County.. Florida to-wlt.I Geo. A. Gardiner. County Judge of llradford 1
t- )er parents. I Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Sampson Saturday and Sunday. Saxon and will operate the business The Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter I County. Florida, for an to sell at private
'1llIenry Summers one of the cornunity's were here Friday.S. 1)c.>wey Murrhee is back with his in the same building.R. and the Southwest. Quarter cif SuutheaHtQuarter ale the ,hrdudl Intereat

... : :4" progressive farmers re- A. Bryan of Starke, passed thru parents after spending a few months E. Lee, of Theressa was transacting Quarter of and Roiithraet the, South. Quarter Half. all nf In Southeaat Section described each .of ald lande minor to-wlt In the following.
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4orta, > that he killed a Poland China here Monday enroute to Alachua. in the southern part of the state. : business here Saturday.The his. In Township 6 South Kange 17 FJut Iota. Five. SIx, Seven and Right.: In monk ..

' og that yielded five cans and three Virginia Weeks af Marvin Ogden was a visitor to aIm.. the Northeant Quarter and tha East Rleven. In the Town of l.mlton. Bradford
spent Friday
; Hampton school will close next Half 'of Northwest. Quarter of Section I. In County, Florida. according map of the
' 1? ns of lard. ternoon in Starke. Sampson City Sunday. Friday evening. Commencement exercises TownshIp South Hang* 1? Kant: containingIn Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad 8...
(. 4 Lewis Gay, Sr., also has a similar Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Jones and lit Jody Hilliard and family were here will be held auditorium. all A40 aorr more or 10..., w* will In 'C,. y
at the Itradford County. Florida offer for *al. and This the 10th day of November
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; i cord from the stock tie Thursday. lean.
same and daughter of
: (> re- Starke were visitors during
"i Everybody invited.R. *ell the maid property on the premises MRS CARRIE HICKS.
" \I' orts that he saved the hams which to our town Friday afternoon. Jesse and Marvin Ogden were bus the legal hours of ..I.. on Monday the Ard Guardian for O W. nl"k. Clarence

, .. .. eighed sixty-two pounds. Mrs. G. B. Colson was the sick iness visitors to Sampson City Thurs M. King of Theresas was attending day of January. 1V21. to the hlgheet and Woodrnw Hick. Wii. Fay Ilek..
,. on to business here this week. liet ttlddrr for rash ..I Jim Tomlin list day.
and have
family mov- last week. of partition of aald land

I to Providence and are located in Mr. Andreu, of New River was in Mrs. L. R. Byrd and sons., Guy and Mrs. Moody of Tampa, was the T..... December. 2. 19211. NOTICE TO AND (
e Tillia residence.W. town Tharon of Winter Garden guest of her brother George Hinson, I,. F. FKAI.IrK. A pennn DI TORf "RIJTOR .
Saturday afternoon. are visiting S. H. SKMMKIta' ; I th* f.o
? t W. F. Smith, of Jacksonville was Among those who enjoyed the cane her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tuesday. W. O. BROOKS II.on.. late of Bradford to eounty.* their Florida said "0

fv ttending to business here Monday. grinding at the home of G. W. Hazen Murrhee. Thomas Wandin, of Graham was 12-10-41-12-81 CommlMloner lt.1 : having clalma '.'

Saturday night were Misses Lets and. Jesse Ogden left Sunday for Lake transacting business here Saturday. MASTER'S SALE .againat.. .... the ame. duly

LAWTEY Grace Fogg Inez Abernathy Ha Belle Wales. Mrs. M. V. Rawley and children Hereby notice I* given that under and by within .llb on* year fern anderelimad* d... hereof admlnltratrlg or*- .\ .

Crosby Edythe Warren and Edna E. J. Murrhee was a visitor to the who have been spending the summer' virtue of that certain final oVcree of fnrecloaure they will b* forever harreo. f(

: Lawtey Dec. 17.-Mrs. E. D. Saylcs Baxter Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinhol- 'county neat Thursday. with Mr. and Mrs. R. I 1)) Rawley at diclal CircuIt made by of the Florida judge In of chancery the Eighth.111I.Ju.... ThIs 15th day or Ortolier MRS. C..142C A. MIXOW. ,

t rft Wednesday for Bradentown and ster.r Jr., Mp??.?.. *PIHnn,iu u ,n.'aA'..+'.'--', Un.marvin MsseR.Graci.e and Leta Fogg wereWeekend :Green Cove Springs returned to their Inthe Circuit Court for llradfnrd count' ,, Admln''r.lrl' of the K tate .f C. A.

f i ther points of interest in the south- Hazen, Clyde Ward and Rand I guests of homefolks.Chesley home here Monday. ..1..1.... on the 10th day. of No .ml.. .... A. T>. lo.lli.a_ __ ._11'0'.. .
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::L fcrn part of the state. She will return Crews. Fogg was a business visi complalnanta 1020 and ......Inol ....ae tteynold,. ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn
bout the first of I Dr. tor to Brooker ZIFF Francis Reymildn P. K.
.. January. I Tribble of LaCrosse was in Monday. Ranttom Reynold ('1.\IL Court, State of Florida F/lghth/
( Miss Mattie Harley who is assis- towi Friday. Blox Parrish and Ellis Starling of Knight and W.SpecIal T. Week Master. defendant, will offer the "for"- Judicial CI.ult. Bradford County In Chaa- 0

(; ant teacher in the Ileilbronn Springs 1 Maxie Kelly, of New River, was in Sampson City were here Sunday af Ziff DOC. 17.-Misses Rhoda and derelgned.tale In front a* of the enunh", ... In Starke, J.err T.!. I

ichool spent Saturday and Sunday at town last week on business ternoon. i Alva Thomas were numbered on the Florida during the legal hour* of pale. on M.r. I '
to the Coml.I.ln..t
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(home here. Paul Rev. Crosby filled sick list last week. Monday January Hrd. II I
his
; Stewart is suffering from a appointment' hlghent and beet bidder for rah, the fuiiW'low F.lvany M..
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Mrs. W. K. Torode visited relatives light attack of diphtheria. here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Newsom and deeeribed property tQ-wltt I

i Jacksonville Wednesday. I Mr. Green. of Tom Mills is building The Southweet Quarter of Northcait Quarter It apiiearlng l>y Il.nd.nt, to th.
Willeford was in a new garage (children of Jacksonville, spent last and Southeant Quarter of Northwent Quarter .111. .pl.ne'

l m. Mrs. Susan Teston was a visitor to town Saturday enroute to his home at Mr. and Mrs. Fate Prevatt spent week with Perry N(>wllom. nf S... 1 R. Townnhlp, 5, 8. Range.. Eii Fast: bill Mar,filed. the In .the.,.. .1".I.t.. I I. Elvany n nonnwldent -

::4r' tarke last week. Pine Hill. the week-end (with her parents at I R..B. Thomas was a visitor to Graham containing HO Bradford acre*. more County or I.. Florida.. same. lying of the State of ...n.m.. .ne far reeldene I.
; Sam and being In I Ia unknown and la ...
Mathis was a visitor to Mao- Miss Van Cone spent Sunday here Sampson City. Sunday.Mr. A. /. ADKINS' over oftwpnty.ona

lenny Saturday.C. with relatives.Messrs. Bob Jones of Sampson City, was and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and K. N. JOHNS. Complainant Biieelal' 12-A-Kt-ia-gt Maiter.0 saId non..ld..nt year |d.I..nd.nt It I* tb..ro.be nrd..r I ..ht,
for
Y. Mayo, of Milton, is spending C. M. and E. B. Andreu here Monday. children Solicitor required to appear to the hill of ..mpl.ln'llir
: few days here with his have been Don't spent the week-end at Waldo In *ald cauae on or before Monday the
i family at repairing the Masonic hall. forget our services: Communion with his brother Eli Prescott.J. day of Januanr., A. D. 11)21 otherwtoe the *
f. he home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. I E. B. Andreu was in the Midway 'every Lord's day. Bible schoolat W. Lewis GUARDIAN SALE OF LAND allegation of laid bill will b taken a* aonfe. .
was a visitor to Itrook- lay after. date hereof I. the undendgned . by paid
Mrs.
)4 Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville section Monday 3 o'clock. Christian Endeavor Thirty < d.r..nd.nt
morning. at 7 er Saturday.W. (;"....I..n of Irma (inlney. minor I I I. further o.d..d this order pub. 0
visited relatives in Lawtey several | Several of the families here and o'clock. i heir of F. IJ flalney. deei-aaed. will apply to l.b...n.a week for eight eonnecutlv b._
days last week. I I several of the young folks went Truby Dyal was a business visitor II. Shaw of ( Gainesville. spent the Honorable n..... A. (lanllnrr. County Juilue Bradford. County Telegraph, a ... l
Prof. Louis lIubbard of to the Sink out to Waldo Wednesday night with R. B. Thomas. of Bradford County Florida for an ordf-r. to paper I.blvh. In paid county and atat.
principal Hole Saturday.Joe .
Sunday afternoon. eel) at private ale a one-eighth undivided" In- ThIs 19, JttliO.
Messrs. Ob.I.
Ileilbronn school, spent Saturday and Several attended the cane grinding Durchel is stopping with O. W. R. B. and M. K. Thomas t -..t of aid minor in and to the follnwlnirdenrrlbed W. T. WREK8.

i Sunday at the home of his uncle and at Joe Kellys Monday night. Dyal) for a few weeks. were business visitors to Brookvr on land towltlCommencing (f..n) Clerk Circuit Cur
Saturday. two hundred and eeventeenfeet Dy C. A. KNIGHT.
un Mm. M. I). Price I'DHHOH Away *> from the earner of C. II. Ntf" >tihi'non'a Deputy Clerk.
Henry Bennett and daughters the After an illness of three weeks Til ER E.SSA Miss Xera Surrency spent the week land on the dividing" line of the Southwest I). K. KNIGHT.
Misses Pearl Carrabelle and EInora M. D. Price Mrs. end' at Pine Hill with her parents. Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the Solicitor for ("", m"I.ln.n\ IO-22-Ilt-lt-ll
quietly -
passed away on Southeast" Quarter of the Southweet Quarteron
: lof Jacksonville motored to Lawtey the morning of Doc. 10th at 7:20. Theressa, I>f'( 17-Rev. J. B. Crews J. li. Thomas made a businesn trip the right nf way of the S. A. L. Railway.
Saturday and Mrs. of to Louise and Graham Saturday- ('.... fa.. deweribctl. . In prevlou* lined. aa. 8 R.O ORDER OF' SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
Long
returned to Price
,1 Jacksonville II I had been in ill health for Bridge preached at the ternoon. .> R R> and running north from ...1"rl..bt I In the Clreult Court of the State of Florida,
Sunday. some time and her recovery was anticipated Christian church Sunday. .if way two hundred and aeventyfuurfeet In and for Bradford County.
Miss Eva Futch of Jacksonville is until few Messrs. C. A. SHow then. Wet on. hundred. feet thence Lulu M. I.anglcy
a days previous to Young-blood S. B.
aouth back to right of way of said Railroad
i upending a few days at her home here her death when all hopes fled. Dr. Woodard and son, Samuel were visi lying and being In th. Southweat Quarter of va Cmpl.I..ntI.n. I
this week. i I Tribble was the attending physician tora to the county metropolis last Big New' York Grocery Firm the Southwevt Quarter of Section Eight (III), J. Chrl I.tI..n. *t alhh'fendpnta..

Charlie George was a visitor here 'and the services of a trained nurse week.W.. Kwp8 Down Hats Townnhlp 20t .Heven....t. containing(1) South one-half of .Range acre.Twenty InH I NOTICE TO UNKNOWN fJFENnAN. 5..

|I.I.rlday. were employed and they did all possi C. McKinney has moved his Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese mil ford County Florida. Note. 1 I. hereby given. to .1 .ll..

David Moore has returned home ble to restore her to her much want. family back to his place near Starke. Merchants New York City euyss "We Till Seth day of November. lOCflANNIE (fIShNET. I). M."( ,Interest.. L.under M.' Little Jena, Mr. *.Ch.l.lt..n..

from Milton where he has been employed '. ': rd health. During the last week Dr. R. M. King was transacting business keep RAT SNAP in our cellar all the Guardian for Irma Galney ... T. J. Alderman, A. V. Long L. 1.1.tI.

\ and will remain here until af- Pickett of White Springs was with in Palatka Wednesday. time. It keeps down rats. We buy it ll-2 -flt-ia-24 Mln..r.NOTT"F. both Alderman doing L business..
*r the holidays. her. day and night until the end came. Mrs. W. W. Packham and children by the gross would not tie without M. Truliy. C. E. Harper. I'.nln.ul. Naval
II. Robertson of Jacksonville, was Mrs. Price was just spent Thursday at Waldo it." Farmers RAT SNAP OP APPIICATION POll TAX IIFEf)I Store Company Cillliert Roe. Kll.abetn
19 years of with rela use because ITNI>>>FR SFCTION: 175 OF THE: luw BurgMia and her hunbanri.. Dr. A. J.
,i visitor to Lawtey Sunday. age, leaving a husband Murphy D. tives. rats pass up all food for RAT SNAP. r.FNritAI HTATT'TfHHereby Iliirgea, J. m, Futcb." N. P. Cauthen. Ml*,
Geo. Cousins of Jacksonville Price and her Miss Rhoda notice I* given that T J. Alderman I nl. L Triplett. A. Wyatt. ,
.was a aged parents, Mr. and Bennett spent Tuesday 3 sizes, Sfic, flSc, $1.25. Sold and purchaner of toe ale eertlflrte; numhervdreeneetlvely I Houae, A. 7.. Adkln Harry, C flower.
isitor Durten
here recently. Mrs. West of White Springs besides and Wednesday in Lake Butler tak guaranteed by D. C. Jones Starke. 1511. 15. II. 1W. UK 119. 49.. CC,. F. L, John. n William. (Georg ChrUtlanon II Cor..
several' brothers and sisters'. ing the teachers' examination. 1111. IIIR and KOI, issued by the Tat Collector .. William J. Ho.

No Worms In a Healthy Child j Mrs. Price was loved by all who Jim Koon, of Waldo was a visitor To Cure Cold la One Day for Tlradford 1Hfl being County.dated the Florida.4th itny Said of certificate Sept, all .deceased. or any of them or oth "I ..

| All children troubled with Worms have an unkeaUliv knew her and made'many friends here here Tuesday. Take lAXATIVE I1ROMO QIIININP (TahlMi ) It A. D 1010. Said certificate 111 .being' dated thot2n" p "lh..... to.all heir*parties. ".,,,1.*,.'*.. el.I..n., granteea.
color which l IndlcmtM. poor blood.and day. of July A. Il 11)17 and ( rllf1..I..1 I any Internetwhatsoever
ss a who Misses toiie the Cough and lleadarhe and work off the 0
deeply Beatrice
into. then la more or leu atomach disturbance. sympathize with the be Harvey and Linnie! Cold. K. W. CKOVf* autualure ou....b bin. tIc.Mi' a. *7, DR. SO. 40. 04. 101. Ill*, and 2"! beingdated Northat In the land described .follow
BKOVL'S; TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given reaved ont'll.The Robinson, of lIampton attended services the Rth day. nf Augmt. A. T). IIIIK and ( quarter of .obth.t quarter
ngufcrly NEK of
HBU
) eellftn
for two ha filed the paid eertlflratea In offli-e' twenty.flv fist),
three my
or week will enrich the body here and
blood. was turned Sunday while towtMhlp la .
over to Fu. here ( <(0)) rang twenty-two
k>prove and baa made application for tan deed to I.. (211
dlaflttlon.aadao 55..a 5eflsrslStI5ngthlug neral Director 1>. C. Jones Were guests! of Miss Estelle Fred White Says 'ron'tIdkue. mith, half, of northeast quarter (CIA
Toolc to the of Starke Woodard. *" In accordance with law The paId certificate '
whole ,
ayttem. Nature will E'4I.> a.t half,
then af
brow "nd Mesdames. cause You Only See One Rat""I rennertlvHv. embrace. the followingland / northeut quarter of
*
prepared for
off R. M.
or dlaiiel the worm*.and the Child$ will be shipment to White Herscy and J. P. northwest quarter of NEK of
.. ).
.
In Itradfurd ( Florida' HedKt
perfect did .nt" a *e IE\ NW\
health. I found
Pleaaaoc take. 7Sc per butt.... Srrings Friday night and laid to rest Padgett-were shopping in Starke on pretty noon my cellar the date of the (MMianne ..I .,".h r.tlflcatmIn .' .U.n ,thrl".I" townehlp, al ).
full They ate notatoes. After range ((221) I aoulhweet
Thursday. mv the npmos ...spm'tl..rly. herwlrafter. partll.ularly Quarter of
Mrs. Hardce trying RAT SNAP'got C dl'acli';. ,) set forth l<..wtlCeMlflcate northeut. .quarter. 18W01 NEW aouth.weat .
of Hampton, was a No. un etnhrarca NorthwQuarter ,_' Q..n. of ..t..t quarter of tiorth-
visitor here Wednesday. The rest later They pass up the potatoes of N'lrtheHKt Quarter lees. S A In Nl west quarter (SW REV( of NW%), _
aeetlon _
to Coy; See Tp 7. fl. It F., eleven ( \, townshIp seven (7)).
Mrs. Jim Minton was in Lake But. eat RAT SNAP. If there TTnknown.Certificate.II. 22 : lid acres, aacMMed 0 rang twenty.two,.. (221 I wet quarter of 0
*
ler during last week taking teachers'';, are rats around your place follow No Ifl embraces. Southwest Queter .. northeMt quarter of n.rlh..t quarter (

examination. Mr. White'n example. Throe sires nf Northeast Qimrter.. See 10. Tp. B, RR of northraiit NI'4; of.,.NEII. northwest .,.....IW\ _ _
P. M. ?S5c fi5c 125. Sold and 2f> V SI) ........ ....*..d ITnknown half of ... (NWnl< NEV4I.. west
Geiger motored to Hampton guaranteedby /: Certificate No % embrace. North Half an, west half of .n.th..t iiuarter of
Wednesday afternoon. D. C. Jones Starke. Fast. Half of Southwest Quarter and BriHh NK'4)northcant. rthwe.t quarter (Wy, of WKj of BW(4( of _ _
Master Jambs eat Quarter M. Tp. 4. fl R. 21. K. Kill! quarter INWMI. north- a
Tricst Wrat of
spent tho week acres. ..._.. quarter "ulh".t quarter (NW44) of _ _
end in Palatka with NOTICE (II' JARIIIAN SALE!: tnkn..n. flWl'" ), west of southwest quarter of
relatives Cerilflrate No ... Com at NR Cni,0 hl
...... .. aouthwret ,
Thirty after C A. Youngblood was visitor chimed OuarilUn for of land ld to R KI. and run IRK ft, nine' ( ,
a to Myrtle Crron. C"lll ) U.n. UI) town.hlp eight ((5)), .
thence W IOR ft. S patti IflH ft,, ,
.n.
Hampton Wednesday. Green Eva O.n. Kfrle flrMn. Curtln ( ..,>nand twenty-two ( quarter. (
thence E ics tn beg See. in, 5. 12.Ih..t
Tp. 5 R. and ..
Anna I
Hell C tr.en, minor heir r M
L. W. Baylor and r K. 21 F.., amcoi'd A. 1, Crew.irtlSeat. outhea.t quarter
-4 family, of Brook. I'arnMrnU'r. .U.. ( of
( > *aii d. will apply to th. lion INW" HrJ'/JI. section fifteen ), town-
lyn attended church here Sunday. arabic County .lu"". of Bradford. County: ( No of U embrace N I-K of North- .hlp "hl. (ft,, rang. twenty-two (11)r aoutheant .
wept Qiart.r Northrant
Ben Florida, for an order to .ell at private. aalea Quarter II 1-H quarter of northwest
Hall! quarter )
of
DISCARDED Orlando arrived home one-fifty-fourth A also Com at SR Cor of Nnrthoa Quarter riW'/t. IHEo
undivIded IntorMl each of wet .I northwe.1 .
Saturday to spend the holidays aid minor* In the following, "faaerlhed( land of Northwest Quarter and run W 132 yard of NW'/ ), h.1 q" ( j
with S t.a yd., V ill? yd.. .. N Its I.a .I. "blh..1 quarter ISWVi). aeotlon -
.
AS his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall. to-wltl Ituat,, and koine In Bradford County Florida, beg 11, A.. See. 20. Tp. I. S. R 21 three, (HI. town.hlp. eight (5) rn..
twenty-two (22)) east half
i Miss Eatclle Woodard Lot Twenty-four Acre. ..._... fl C SappC.rtiflrat. F. I ter of ."th".t Quar
and of
DANGEROUSt sister (141 In flrthrast
fWtlon Thirty, ,. quarter Ed of HVVV4) of N
N ((19 embrace* fl I." of
Lucile two and Nnrth- r.'At.; .
were visitors to the (12) F.a..t Half of Lot HovenUwn .t half of wet of .'h..t
& tropolis county me < I7)), In ftatlon Thirty-one Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel Saturday Five III. 8 Kanire Twenty-two (2*. Eat, com at HR C'or Northeat Quarter. rf HW'4' of N'\: ). southeast "111 of northweet .
ii R. M. Hersey was a business visi according to map and 1.1... nf Woodlawn mrecorded Northwest Quarter and. run N 141 2-S yda. ". (SB'4 of NWUl west half of
acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When tor to Raiford In office of elerk of the dreutt:! Court W l 152 yde. I 1411 2.a.,la F. IM yd* tn heir. West half" of aouthweet quarter of ,ht
during
the 4 A. See .
week-end. Tp. t, it R.
Hlerke, 17
Hradford E.
4 acres. iiuarter (
County.
Florida W44j of
calomel comes into contact with sour bile it Mrs. P. M. Geiger and little son, Ibis the' 17lh day of 'toei-mbcr" 1120 ..*...'" A. T Sapp I ...t h.1 of went WH half of of .IWI of quarter HKVi; ) :

crashes into it Earl: and sister Miss Florence W. F., GH.F.KN.; rert'fleal* No 40 embrace North Half nf of th ."1.1 quarter of. W<4j of 0
causing cramping and Feet of 111
nausea. Hall lS-17-Bt-IJ-l. Guardian Quarter of North.at HWof ,
for Aforesaid MinorsNOTIC'Pi .. J.1 1..h.t ) lection t, (Ii?), town
were visitors .
'I. .d 1111.
to Lake Butler Satur .th of North n.1 of hlp five ) ". twenty.two ((22)) eartaming _ _
of ,
R..u.h..1 Quarter Northwewt .

Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 1If day.Miles Crews of Long Bridge was N"' ... !: In OF.beret STOCK,'HOI.DERg...n that the MEETING. ... ter North nf Half Southwest of South..n.1 of and Kniilhwe Wet' Half Quar.and of more And o In lea all*and. In one each Bradford thoueand of enu.forty. .. ((1040) acre
annual meeting of the etoekhnMere you hereby order
of Southeast .
a visitor here Sunday. Quarter of Smthw..t and ed to In the abtiv. .,
1.awt..y $ ... Hank will he hrld In lie .bl..j Northa Quarter Q".r. appear entitled court to
of
you feel bilious headachy, contiptUd and without Miss Ida Ing rkiuthra.t Quarter nf the hill of complaint lied
making you sick you Hagan was a visitor to room in l.awtey Florida, on Tu.* Southwest Quarter and West half of Sonth- 'IW.in ajralntyou
the ,
1 and afl knocked out just Hampton January II, 1921 at I p. m, to .. ....t Quarter of Soittheaet afr..oam..d cauee on the third ds
Just back and Saturday.Rev. Quarter and Bouth of Oil
gop go get your mOD"7.If board of dl_'.... for the eneulng and I .. .I.n".I. A. D. 111.
year of Nnrtn

to a.t Quarter of .
your drnggiu sad get a bottle ofDodjon'i you take calomel today you'llbe J. B. Crews preached a sermon transact much other bulna an may properly I.r..1 Hee 12. Tp 5, 22 K lulh..t. Quar. Itrdf..d Telegraph I* hereby

Liver Tone for a few cent., sick sad Batueatcd tomorrow; beside S it Brooklyn Sunday afternoon. r."m. before them. I. w. Unknown.f'ertlfliate .. I I aae.ned .d.l"n..oU. .h.1. .. p"I".h', n..p., ",.In"*which. *.*thl
; Nr f4! embraces .
which is it salivate John Hall of Waldo spent 18-H.gt. ARI'h" I".h..t Qtiaeler weeks ; 1. l.d of January, A. D.
a harmless vegetable subtituU may yon wM3 if h Sunday ""- of Northwest Quarter. I. II. S. B 1(21 4
i take Dodson's i ere with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R III R.: 40 aere*. anewied Wlllllama Witness
for Liver hand
dangerous calomel. Take yon Ton yon NOTICE OF LEArlK': OF C'OUNTV CONVICTS my and seal of office thl lt
rrrtlflcate .
U. Hall. No
111 I embrace K
10 A of day ol October, A. D ID20
a tmooful and will wake up feeling gnat, full of fknttheaiit Quarter. of rViuthweat _ _ _
if it doesn't startyw Cleveland Notice I. Quarter. Set) W. T WEEKS;
Hersey was a business hereby given that on Monday, 11. Tp 7, H R 20 R. 10 .
ambition and acre ae Un. Clerk of Circuit
li. ready for work or play. January ft. 1021. for Bradford taunty.
.r and straighUa "'isitor to Raiford the 1 lean* of all county eonvleta known C.u.t
you up during the week. Stale of .
batt.r It at fcarmleu, pleuaat end safe U of Ilradford county will be cold In front Certificate No lilt embrace Northeast h>
Quar (
and e al" By .
C. A.
quicker Asa of the mouth door of the' ,,
calomel court how In KNIflHT.Deputy
Btarke,
naMy ter of Northwest .
nd.Sam Quarter 4 R
to 12 A In Northwest
give children tbey; Ilk it Swindell Florida. to the hla-heet and bet bidder for 11....
of Quarter nf
Sampson City was said eoumv onvleta *ubjtto the I....* ..o". Nnrthweet Quarter. See. IZ. ('IA JIPf; A. POWFR.
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!': BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. iis. o
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I hills which meeting depends to a large extent the week. FOR SALE-Florida runner seed pea no delay in receiving yourOPT
Tallahassee red ,
while the
I have richest soil in the financial future-the whole immediate Eurie Drown made. a business tripto nuts, 4 cents; White Spanish, 5 when the book Is ready. Kilcow "$
probably the value of only $8.65 future of Florida schools. You Lake Butler Saturday cents per pound, f. o. Lake Park, Seed Co., Plant City, Fla 12-8-5t
state, has a crop Thomas visitor to Ga. Cash with order. F. M. White -
Denzil
in the valuesis have never failed when your children was a '
c per owing acre. mostly The difference to the amount of labor : needed you; can you fail them andn Worthington Saturday.N. & Son, Lake Park, Ga. 12-17-81 We believe Bradford It the best I'"'
in the wbrld.
Stokes Monday and county If do
II. spent you
In each fellow teachers now? not
and fertilizer' expended the richness of I your The next legislature will decide definitely Tuesday with his daughter, Mrs. Eu- AGENT:- WANTED IN STARKE- believe it, your lhas ta get ,'acclnat.d. :,
\ case, the difference in Watkins Remedies .- Come I
to be negligible.. whether Florida schools shall gene' Douglass, of St. Augustine. Sell the original to E. A. Strout Farm ,
the soils seeming hills is take first rank among those of the Misses Elsie Stoker and Mabel Spices, Extracts, etc. Necessitiesand Agency and get vaccinated. We fur ,

while the Leon expended
Thus on Welne.dayof repeaters. All or time. nish virus free. G. M. Inman .'
Brown spent Tuesday and spare Starke
f only $1.10 for labor, 29 cents South or whether they shall drop ,
fI I HEALTHY NEW VLAM for fertilizer and 15 cents for feed per from fourth place among the Southern last week in Lake Butler takingteach.rs Tenn.Write Watkins Co., 59 Memphis 1210.4t, manager. 12.3-t: ,

I the East Coast strip expends for states Not a county in Florida has examination.Fred .
,
Telegraph acre labor acre $30.10, for fertilizer money enough to pay its teachers in Bielling made a business tripto LOST-A yellow cow with one horn
Bradford County $27. 0,per and for feed $6.51, showingthe proportion to the high cost of living:, St. Augustine: last week. broken off about half way; marked r '
= value of intensive farming, for nor enough to fill all its schools withas Carrie Belle Brown, of the Lake FOR SALE-1.2 or 3 good farm mules crop split and underbit in one ear,
r-bUahf'd Weekly, and entered. .. sec- while the latter expended $64.51 for good teachers as were employedsix Butler high school, spent the week sound and in good condition. Will and underbit in the other. Suitable ''
post-office. atStarll. the three items mentioned against years ago. There are now probably end with homefolks. exchange for good syrup in barrelsat reward for delivery to me or information .
the
-d clans matter at 600 700 teachers short In the Mist Frances Waters spent the of whereabouts. C. A.
the former's $1.54 it is still $63.87 or 80 cents gallon E. E. Canova, Boyd,
9 .... FloridaJu. acre ahead. white schools; three months ago there week-end' with her sister, Mrs. Russell Starke, Fla. 12-10-81. Lake Butler, Fla. 12-17-2t
per
were more than 300 in 22 counties. Parrish, of Dukes.
: a. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner. Of course the milder climate along of Only legislative action can providethe Your Money Mack If Rat Snap Doc>en't;
WANTED-Several hundred
the East Coast allows the growing: pounds
\ Come Up to These '
fruits and vegetables, which bring: in money for better salaries and only BICYCLES good seedling pecan nuts for plant- Claims't't
::1 .. and though this has a legislative appropriation can ing Send sample and RAT SNAP is guaran
us
X,!.. ,r tog.I Il.rore r. t large returns purposes.
l I oern qualize salariesor the rural coun- teed to kill rats and mice. ;
l THid/tMERIr'A"iFRL: :: 9 St much to do with the differences cited, Those in need of bicycles are advised we will make you our best price. Cremate ,
\ it is not all. This is shown by the ties where the greatest shortage is. to call on us. We have several C. M. Griffing & Co., Jacksonville, them. Rodents killed with RAT SNAP ,;
;1 ; South Florida flatwoods! having the One thousand teachers at Tallahassee of the best makes on hand, but if you Fla. 12-10-31 leave no smell Rats pass up all food b
somewhat
I from Dec. 29 to 31 will kindle the to get at RAT SNAP. Their
Coast order what first
East
j same mild climate as the are tfbt suited we can you
street aeeing a linotype machine at strip and better soil. This region central fire from which can be lighteda want of any make. We repair bicycles meal is their last RAT SNAP comet "k
work in the Lake Region office went presents a product value per acre of fire in every county to wann the and keep tires for all makes. SEEDS--New: Spring seed catalogue in cakes. No mixing Cats or dogs will r'b'
made fish nets hearts of Florida's lawmakers toward will soon be ready for distribution.Send not touch it. 3 sizes S5c 65c
in and inquired if they only $50, because It epepnds only : Give your boy a bicycle for Christmas $1,25.
( there. Forget it, brother. What would $22.66 per acre for the three items her children. Don't you want to take and see our stock before you buy name at once so there will be Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones 4,

;\ you do if people came in and with quoted. the torch home and light: a hundred elsewhere. R. BURROWS. +
malice asked you to cash from It-a hundred torches of enthusiasm
prepense the richest
not infrequently Illinois, having perhaps in the minds and hearts of mothers I
" checks for them, as
( soil of state in the Union, has an ,
any
and fathers of town?
office?
in the Telegraph your
'. I' happens value of acre of
average crops per
The Florida Educational Association

:'.. $17.90 while the average value per fought through: the 10 mill PENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ[
I
Christmas editions are now appearing acre of Florida craps is $22.65. The amendment two years ago, and gave Market Day For rl'lu
,' on the exchange: table and the quality of soil has little to do with the people a chance to save the schools
Bradford County Telegraph must begiven the returns per acre, it is the enriching then. The opportunity and the duty
credit for arriving first. The I : and the tillage that counts. Even are again upon us. The college will '

v special Christmas edition of the Telegraph ', the cultivation of the common farm take care of CflO at $2 per day. Won'tyou StarkeDuring
;y'- which is published at Starke, crops is more intensive in Florida write me that you will goT FOR SALE-1500 bushels good seed
is enclosed! in a handsome lithographed I than in any other state, and then we Sincerely yours pinders. Henry Summers, Lulu, I .p
cover indicative of the gay Yule have a climate that allows us to grow BENJ. B. LANE, Fla. 12-3-5t
.V r l tide. There are many special advertisements something the year around.LETTERS . President. my recent trip North I was struck with
in the newspaper featuring FRESH COUNTRY EGGS-I want the
success and good results of the Market Days lately
and the issue is creditable I them. 'Will cash 70 cents
p holiday goods, : TO "SANTA"The :- HONOR ROLL pay you '
and interesting.-Times-Union. per dozen. C. S. Durling's Store. inaugurated there. I decided that such an institution '

:1;' letters to "Santa Claus,.' which Bradford High School for the Third 115tf. would be a good thing for Starke. It has already been n

4',' Former Kaiser Wilhelm Is said toI' I many papers publish for the children Month tried in several South Florida towns and given good
Castle FOR SALE:-No. 1 cypress: sningles
at Doom furnish interesting
live in high style just before Christmas,
lots of $7.50 per thousand; primes, $6 per satisfaction. To test the matter I procured an auc-
money of
Holland. Ke spends I reading to those a contemplative First! Grade-James Richard Wain-
and has a small army of servants. mind. Children are unaffected wright Hazel Adkins Grace Alvarez thousand. 'J. C. Crews,*Guilford tioneer's license and am now a licensed auctioneer. I k,

I From having boon despondent he is I and from their letters to "Santa. Betty McLane, Etholin White, Melba Fla] 101tf. hare decided onWednesday

now energetic and is having much : which are written in dead earnest, Silcox, Benny Sternberg, Fenella Sny-
work done. Who knows but that he one may judge of their characters to der, Merrill Williams, Willie Green, FOR SALE-Ford touring car. Engine -

]i. repaying Holland's hospitality by some extent, and also their bringing: Billy Graham, J. O. Turner, LeRoy .recently overhauled, runs good
preparing a German stronghold at up. One letter asks for gifts in a Wilson, Evelyn Stump.-Olive Ray, three new. tires. Cheap for cash. Dec. 22nd f
Dorn in castle of a future invasion? If peremptory manner, showing' the writer teacher Apply Ellery M. Davis. 12-3-tf ,
'.. he does it will be only history repeating to be self-assertive, cocksure and Second Grade--Herbert Roberts, rpJ
.' itself for similar instanceswere I I selfish, alsoMthat good: manners have Thelma: Silcox, Muriel Silcox, Rachel CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for a* a J

I' discovered in Belgium: France, I I not been taught: him. lie will shoulder -Silcox, Leah Struth, Eloise Ritch, prices and ship your ties of all
England: and the United States. !I his way through life and succeedin "'Clara Louise Peek, Glenn McMillan, grades to Gress Manufacturing Co., Market Day for StarkeFarmers

getting: what he wants of the I.I. D. Gnftls, Dora Manning, Vivian Jacksonville, Florida. 3-5-20-lyr,

If, Mrs MacSwmey, widow of the Cork l world's goods: but of love and esteem i Kite, George Inman, Wilson llajes, I

mayor who starved himself to death he will get but little. His counterpart I Louise Howe, Wilbur Gnffis, Laura WANTED-Light Brahma or Buff I Merchants, everybody, bring me anything
in prison, is now in this country, and is the I little boy or girl who modestly George: Leila Dea Andrews Vincent Cochin rooster. Wm. Adamson, R.
I I 'I 1 I F D. A Green Cove Springs Fla. you want to sell. It is a common saying that
,
Irish sympathizers are working: the avks for a few inexpensive gifts: Alvarez, Leon Alvarez, Comer Edwards ,
'J "martyr" dodge( for all it is worth. I land then pleads 'warmly for a little Wilma Edwards.-Mildred 12-17-lt anythingcitn It? sold,: in Starke. I believe to, too and

_, While congress and the bureaucratic brother or sister not to be forgotten. Crosby, teacher. confident I sell
am can your goods, products, Implements
authorities may not allow the wool to I This class will grow up to be generous Third Grad - ulla Canova, Estelle LOST OR STOLEN-One black female -
be pulled over their ryes and commit considerate, self-sacrificing: men Kendrick, Paul Knight, T. J. Watson fife\ tail and"cars cut off Reward furniture, etc., for you. You get the services ofa

acts that ran be construed as un- and women who, if they do not become Merrill McMillan. Jessie Thomas for information leading to professional auctioneer.For .
friendly toward England, it is notelling wealthy In a pecuniary sense, will teacher recovery. Geo. E. Andreu, Starke,
what the sentimental busy bodies I never lack for love and esteem and | Fourth Grade-Lois Collcy. Ruth Fla. 12-10-2t further particulars, see me at the E. A. Strout '

.. all over the country may do to sympathy which are, after all, the Stemberg, Merrill Struth, Charles Farm Agency Starke.
stultify the nation and bring on best things: on earth. Some writers Kickliter, Jr.,. Walter McDonald, Jr., WANTED-Several half croppers. ,
strained relations with a'friendlypower. 1 use a cajoling language and present Mildred Silcox. .Jessie Thomas Good live stock and good houses
their I claims for consideration seemingly teacher. l\fy J, Green, farm superintendent '
thinking: they can pull thl j woo 1 Fifth Grado-ORwell Green, Elmer Southern Cattle Feeding Company, G. M. I N MAN

A man in a Florida town named over old Santa's eyes When these, McMillan, Jacob Green Clarence Andrews Brlmore, Fla. 1217-21

hunter is a trouble hunter. The other 1 boys grow up to manhood they will I Carlyle Ritch, Donald Hoover,
day he was boating his wife and become good( drummers or office seekers Elise Jones, Elizabeth Kendrick, Ethel The Quinine That Does not Afiect The "...:JBwauw STARKE, FLORIDA

she railed the police-statlon for help. I or horse swappers, and when such I Moore, Bertha Wilson! Louise Mott Tl" F. URUMO of: It.QUNIM tonic and Tab lu"l _('>ve) ran effect IK LAX\t.
No officer was at hand at the time sn 1 girls grow up they will know how t o Pearl Manning. Lucile Johns Gladys anyone, without rau.in n.rvouaui .I I ori.,; ...rIn .. t'it
the Jiuud. tW.C.Ro\ S.lciuaur on 'b- \ ,
non was sent. Pretty soon another get tho "foller" they want. Their op. Russell, Mary Lee Wynn John Watson
tn'l.II lor help reached the xiuuon* *! time from Hunter who declared his a straightforward. manner and pro- i Brj' n.-Mrs B. McGruder, teacher FIRM: ( WINS
o mother-in-law was killing him. This mill to "try" to be good if Santa listens I Sixth Grade-Gussic Mae Bennett, VALUABLE PRIZE
cull was answered find hunter was arrested. to their prayers. They will make Mary Canova Edna !Manning Sammy ( RfCtIVIN"1 E ILEaII I " *'
After the doctor had plastered honest truthful men and women who Sll-rnb..rg.-Jnra! Law, teach..r.St'vel4tb News advices received this week
his bruises Hunter hud to answerto will not( promise more than they intend Grade-Sinah Moore,-Car- state that Mitchell's Drug Store has!
ii charge of disorderly conduct. I to keep. '4ie Holly, teacher been awarded the exclusive agency '
Mothei-in-luw is no joke to'him. I Many of the letters are marvels of Ninth Grade-Iris Epperson Isabel here for Puratone, the sensational I A ,t'iyr s I wtr
unconscious grncc-real Kate Gn-en- Fernandez, Eunice Perkins Laura new medicine which is said to be producing

England in t being blamed by Fiance away pen pictures, and have such a Wynn. Elizabeth Brownlee. Huch remarkable results on'1
for being a "good 1 forgetter;" inis- charm till Santa cannot po', ibly have Eleventh Grade-Paul Canova, Nellie about which so many prominent people
much as lirltNh officer* nti'l scientific the heart to resist them. Stearns have made public statements in
men fraternize with their German Some petitioners 'want the world Twelfth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, the newspapers of the S- .th. It i1
I ItJ
brethren and the government is others are very moderate. Among!!: the Levy Canova. Orville Griffis, Maggie: stilted that thousands of people in all

,; smoothing tlif-' way for the Germans latter are some who chiefly ask for Maxwell\ Ruby Poppell. -
) to get on their! feet again. The Rncr- fruit: and candy from which it maybe . .-..---- Plea Cured In 6 to 14 Drrsfr
,_. do Inferred Chat they do not often IC1ISM i '\",4 If Pn20o'rrt.ERIt r ft'
lich sire practical people who not RAITORDKaiford runnul
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Ii. >'h orl'iiltudr .
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also taste such delicacies. It is to be hoped _, ,. .
milk. -
cry over spilt They are .11 "" !'bin" PI I I.' '01 you/ ,c
1. good: business won and wish to resume they will nave pleNty of it duringthe ))oc. 17.-Mr. and Mrs. W. rt '_ I.. j. *'

trade relations with Goimnny.Trance o\jdnl'\ ) .. Fruit Is cheaper thn II. Andrews and Sadie Simmons were

forgets that ,she in 1870 started it has been for yenrs; it is necessary visitors to Starke Tuesday. GtCr.C2CCaCgI ;: :;:: :
much for the. welfare of the body therefore Mr. Mrs. _
to do unto Germany pretty and U. It. Roberts of
what Germany ili.l to her later; hate parents should not withhold. it from Worthinglon, were visitors here Fri- I tIJ C 1I \

i* is the word with her and she can't their cauldron) -or from themselves day. I es .. c
'. understand. why oil other nations cannot either. Earl: Whitfcn was a visitor to the I. cstion : The last l lap of the Old Year seta one naturally to '
hate her enemy as she does. Her Many letters show from their def musts seat Tuesday g gDI viewing the past. I
implacable severity in demanding the crl'lItal'l"ouC'hillll'; that their writers"\ Wilbur Scott of Starke. was in I -
pound of flesh from Germany causes are taught! good! manners at home. town Frldn yafternoon. Many persons, otherwise CiE3 As a result of this mental block taking one finds; h -

'. her to lose sympathy and support.OI'I't)1'ft'iTIiS The graceful "please" is. so easy to Sirs W. M. Graham of Jacksonville rigorous/ and healthy, are f."jQ self in the frame of mind to make: new and d ;eJ'tn.I i:. d''

say and is a o potent for making a 1 is the guest of her parents Mr. bothered occasionally with 2Q iutions for the coming )ellr.
h.> 1H'I'lm: IO'Il:' fnvornblo impression on a prospectivedonor and M1'.. A. I). Andrew I ladlMition.! The effects of
a
faM Why not consider the of Checking see
opening
that it should never be omitted He'i..lrin.., of Gainesville, filled! a
The very fact of depression, caused "A Ilk. and ye shall he' .given:" hw regular appointment here nt the : disordered stomach on the, C with this institution among jour other progress-!-. c H'

\1 by falling' prices! has brought with! it Bays the good book. Few fin'01'* ar,' Advent church! Sunday fcj Q system are clangorous IndlsesS3, and Year plans '

opportunities for saving. The man rained by clumori:,jt for them in a R. "'. Sweat, of Hnynca City, wn Q tlon prompt II ImpO'Lu.lt.NTbe treatment: of only! ( The public has confidence in our institution: ..nd" ,y
who goes to th.Itr"l't'ry store and commanding manner! The lack of the work-end. guest. of his family hor :
fa medicine I bare needed has ft that we are truly Bradford County's financial strongho I
finds I sugar, flour coffee, moats and good mnnnprn .shown in some letter Quite a crowd of folks from her, been something to aid dlgesO '-' LON;
....... other articles very 'much reduced can is a criterion of that teaching themto attended he burial of Markillic John. tlon and clean the liver," i JjP because OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST
save the difference and put It aside ,I the children is noglcctcd1 in the son at Dval cemetery Sunday after- writes Mr. Fred Akhby, a m :, FROM ANY CAUSE.
for a rainy day- The difference which homes! which again suggests/: that the McKinney. Texas, farmer. .*.*..
may be saved on food clothing and parents thpmsvlves lack: this accomplishment noon.Miss Doris Scott was the week-em I U "My medicine toy U

.. other necessaries will be a safety fund so necessary in the intercourse guest of her parents in Starke. ; LAKE BUTLER BANKState
:1 to protect the.owner against possible with our fellow men.1'O''IlE |i K. J. Tyson of Green Cove Springs I Thedford's' I.LAKE I.
I. f,:.:; reduction of income, if that should result was the weekend guest of his famil :
County Di.lrictr nd ; Depository }
1 City
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C,' from the general' decline in val. : \CHElK OF FLORIDAYour h..rp.I' .

., 'f.. ues. | Dr. Handley and Miller Dowhns:' : BLACK-DRAUGHT BUTLER, FtA. mow,
Cicero spoke a truth fit for all time association meets in Tallahm- were visitors to Lake City.Sunday.I \
sir a when he said "Economy is of itself sec on the 29th Inst. Are you going | A. D. Andrews was a visitor to 1 I -

great revenue." It is a dependable' If you realize the importance of that JaC'kllonvllle'l'dne8day., i n for Indigestion and stomach awe'
I:
revenue which may be relied upon to meetingto you individually and to Miss Lees Johnson, of Frostproofii I trouble of any kind. I bars I
supplement other sources" of income every other teacher in Florida you the guest of her aunt Mrs. Ty.. i D never found anything that UQ I
which, are not so dependable.Bron- cannot be kept away,-,you will go in son. touches the spot like Black n .
y son Times-Democrat. 1 spite of everything 1 Rev. Armstrong of Jacksonville.j, S Draught. I take It la broke JJM aM&ma
I The ,executive committee has prepared conducted services" here at the BaptU 1 t down after meals. For a Ions K9 J. R. DAVIS & CO. ;
I I Q time I tried pills> which griped Q
' Gb FLORIDA SAM ALL RIGHTs a first-class program and hnssecured church Sunday.
I practical and inspiring speakers I --- 1 K gm* results.and didn't HT the liver good D I r .

<(< We have received an extract of a from outside the state. And this j MILLER I medicine Is Black-Draught easy t. take easy Q Not Simply an Insurance Agency but one of F.j
", late bulletin of the state departmentof alone will be worth to you what it will ''a to keep Inexpeaslr
Roland M. cost, to Perhaps feel that I Miller Dec. Bradford County's oldest business
agriculture written by go. you alower I 17.-Miss Evelyn Dem Get from ifI :
I a P**: *** TOOT i
"" harper. It contains a talk on the salary than you merit makes 1 ery, of Worthington, spent the week. ,I Jf ImKctit today-Ask: for and U Institutions. I
.:' comparative productiveness of soils going: almost impossible If so. thatis (I end with Misses Johnnie and Trumi,e j a D ,". ,
Insist upon Thwilord's-th.
.. in different poprthuis of Florida, and the very reason you should go; this I Rimes.
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a the money yield per acre of Florida meeting will mean more to you than t I. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Brown visit aoils compared with those of several to the teacher who receives more than.>. Mrs, Maggie Wainwright of Wa\ ri ; Get L.It today. ,
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t other states. Thus the East Coast you. For, upon the number enthusiasm i I oak. Sunday. .1 EH ', II" ..

strip composed largely of sand dunes, and unflagging: spirit of the, I Albert MI\1t'r\ attended the b yi ..a.aaa.....
"r has crop value of $137 per acre, teachers who'go to the Tallahassee, short course held in Gainesville las t



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FITS u;'

wnmAY. nEPEMHER 17. 1928. -- -

will -be appreciated and will receive I I January. He and his estimable famIly -. In it the entire nutritive value of ford I I!i winter month. It might take the

prompt attention. I will be cordially welcomed to, ('81be saved. Silage is succulent, place of the pasture in summer during 1j

Its LOUSE FERNANDEZ. I Starke. furnishing green feed through the droughts


Ii Bits of' LocalInformation bL Xmas nuts, candies, raisins, etc. J. Cups,. Saucers, Plates and other..11" .
F. Kickliter's. It pieces make fine Christmas pros f 1 1 }#+++++n m +H n ii"++'+M-1++4iTIULL'S .1+..
ents. Hull's Store is the only place

ilk II Many subscribtlons will expire Jan you will find them.J. ,

L\1 \ II uary 1st. If they are renewed before

: that date it will be at the old priceof E. demons, a well known citizen DEPT. STORE I
** ** .4 till '('of the Brooker suction, has purchased -
M w :._...:- T_ $I.liO per year. If you wait ,
p1 te.f January 1st the price will be 12 per the Gasklns residence on Madison
street. For the immediate future it
year.
,) ..--. ______*__ is understood place will be occupied For the Holidays we have many useful articles. By

.ftf\-. ... Weare closing out our Cloaks by Dr W. II. demons, who will getting our order in Nix months ahead we have Home

'M.; Bennett of Theressa, was i in You can save from at$1 Stump's.J. to $4 by. and Coat Suits very cheap, at come here from Key West to engageIn especially nice Cups, Saucers'; Hates, Howls, Etc. Will '"
Shoes j
$' rn Monday. buying your Stump's.New the practice of dentistry. Dr. demons have our usual splendid assortment of Fireworks and "..j

" is well- known in Starke andthroughout Firecrackers. We have a lot of Army Comforts not 1.fiUed .
well known farmer ,
8. S. Andrews
a
of New River was in ,
J. Sapp. Bradford and his
county,
of the Lawtey section ,made a syrup barrels. J. F. KlckliterMr. with shoddy, but Oiled with pure\ white cotton
Saturday. friends will be to know
,,'town' pleasant call at our office Tuesday. many glad that will not bunch and roll up. Remember the horse -
11"1 that he Intends to become a citizen of
7 Every day is bargain day: at - and Mrs. E. D. Card have mov- the county again. and mule, too, and have them in sleek condition for the

i.Stump's. Allan Canova of Jacksonville will ed into their new purchase, the old J. heavy work that is coming. We have in a big shipment

' spend the holidays in Statke with his C. Richard residence. Mr. Card was hiss; Anna Canova and brother Leo, of Medicated Stock Salt, just the thing to put them in

;![:p. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, was I parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova.To in Brooker Tuesday and ordered 30,- are expected: home today after spending fine shape. 11
. 000 feet of lumber to be used in build-
'V s. town Wednesday. break a cold take 666. 2-11 ing and repair around the premises.Mr. the season with the Adams Floating Our Grocery Department is In fine shape. })rlcc"I
Theatre. These gifted young musicians right in line and do not hold prices
are we as pricesgo
: of had business I up
Sapp, -Sapp, have been so popular in their
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'John Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane and ai.d Mrs. J. R. Merritt of Miami profession and have done so much down. < ,4

A'f children have been spending several I have been visiting his parents, strenuous work that it III i necessaryfor We took our medicine on sugar, too. ..
To prevent a cold take 666. days of this week in Jacksonville with : Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt of Lake them to have several months rest,

- relative Butler, during the past week. Mr. Ho they have returned to the homeof SATURDAY SPECIAL

:,,,/J. W. Caldwell, of Lawtey, called at - Merritt is a prominent young contractor their parents, Mr and Mrs J: F.

*'.ar'oml"e Wednesday. Good Self Rising Flour, guaran- of Magic City. Canova, much to the delight of their lb. lOc

I.* teed to please or money refunded, at numerous friends here. For the past t Sugar,

.:* 8ryan handles the famous Gardner Bryan's. $1.59 per 24 lb. sack. Buy your bulk candy at N. B. Hull's two weeks they have been visiting

I e of Cakes, all kinds,. 45c lb. Store. friends in Philadelphia and New York.
lJ Dr. E. L. Biggs hall had his office We have a good stock of Armour's Fertilizers, the

if I Truby Dyal, of Graham, was a vis remodeled and a number of fixtures Tate Powell, of Jacksonville, was in We are closing"out our Cloaks kind- that make crops grow.

I ..trr to Starke Wednesday. added.well It is conveniently arrangedand Staike Monday lie is a Starke boy, and Coat Suits-very cheap, at Feeds of all kinds at prices the lowest, quality considered -,

P '| nWMa.v

a B v M** equipped. and though absent from here for sev Stump's. : Hardware, Harness, Syrup Cans, Gun Shells,"
Y
tl'> Fruit cake, 66 cents a pound, at Pried Fruits of all kinds and at eral years, his many friends had not in fact,' except dry goods and shoes, we have most any-
1' urner's Bakery. 1119tf. forgotten him and were glad to shake DIVERSIFICATION IS THE KEYNOTE thing want.
lowest prices. Hull's. you
lands with him and his relatives were TO SUCCESS

;!if Seal your mail with the seal of glad to greet him. Plenty of wood for the stove, heaters and fireplace.We I

IV alth-the double barred, seal. bought W C.the Cogwell Sydbot, of! Dayton cottage, Ohio on Cherry has- Diversity, including the raising: of have an especially low price on dry cypress wood. !!

street through the E. A. Strout Seal your' Christmas mail with the livestock, is without doubt, the key- Yours for, a square deal.HULL'S .
Christmas candies at Hull's. stamp of health and help stamp out note to successful farming./ Any one'! I

Farm Agency.Have the white. plague of tuberculosis. crop, choose what you may, is sure to

New syrup in large quantities is bought some of the pret- Tail in the long run. The man witha STORE
ming into town daily. ty double you barred Christmas seals "Peggy" had to run an extra Sun- variety of crops is almost certain _
day for the purpose of hauling/ of a substantial income, says Prof. J.
Each seal sold helps to work againstthe
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent Saturday steam boiler and other machinery to VI. Scott, of the Florida Experiment .
Jacksonville"with friends. much dreaded tuberculosis. Norwell, where the Downing Phos- Station. With the one-crop man the Ml I I I I I I I I I M I UMIH .. . . Illl IIIXmas . . III++ '

l I.- < f phate Co. are starting up work again, same thing is not true. If the one
Friends here 01-Roger Droke regretto /
Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey real es- learn that he has recently .lost his after dismantling their plant about crop fails or if the market for it Is

ste and insurance man, was in town wife, at their home near Chattanooga, the time the world war began: poor, much is lost. farmer of the

(on day, Tenn. me-crop type must depend on the
Men's Suits as cheap as they bank or fertilizer company to carry

Men's Suits as cheap as they Mrs. D. E. Knight spent several were before the war. Stump's. him through another year when he

ere before'the war. Stump's. days in Jacksonvxille this week and strikes a bad year. If he had diversi- JewelryMany
Eggs and chickens wanted. J. F. led,. his chances would have been
of her
while there was the guest
J. S. Starling, well known citizenf Kickliter. more numerous. lie would have had
friend, Mrs. J. C. Stribling.Men's .
Lawtey, had business in Starke I hogs and cattle to sell. He would
fonday. 85c Friends here have received cards have had eggs and poultry to sell. He l

$1.50Vork Shirts announcing the birth of Donald Math- would have had corn, potatoes, etch '
at Stump's. Suitable Gifts, some not carried by Other Stores
Mrs: T. A. Brfnoon and daughters/ Ison Sahlman, son of Mr. and Mrs All of these things would help to tiduover t

1138 Hulda harry Suhlmnn of Fcrnandina. Mrs. the bad "
and Patsy, spent Friday year. ,
C. J. Waller, of Cleveland, 0., in in DIAMONDS #
tahlmon is remembered here Miss
Fit tone. as! The farmer who grows a variety of
Starke and has bought the J. P. Hil-
burn place in southwest Starke thru tellm Math IRon. crops and has livestock on his farm The Finest Line in Florida 1 \
666 relieves I will be able much his I \
quickly a cold. to convert of a .
the E. A. Strout Farm Agency
Seed onts and ry(>. Kicklitcr's.The crops into meat and milk and eggs: VVATCIIKS<; ,
1
Mensrs.j\ T. Quigley, B\ A. Scottnd Print N formerly cost "us 2 r and at the same time turn l nck to !

| H. M; Clarvoc motored to Jack- cents a pound.paper .It costs us 10 1-4 now ladies of the Baptist church the soil valuable plant food for future All Kinds

onville on a business trip Monday. That Is the cause for the advance in will open their bazaar Bale this afternoon I crops. This is a practice general t

the; Telpgruph's subscription price. at D. C. Jones Hardware store. farmers must follow if they want to CUT CLASS CHINA LEATHER GOODS '.
Plenty of Candy at Hull's. Fancy I and useful articles suitable for live at home and board! at the same

Christmas presents for salo, also do- place. The farm that gets: a large por-
Miss Grace Shelldrake, of Philadel remedy GCifi(; breaks we know.a cold quicker than 2-11 any iclous chicken pilau, ('ake. pies, baked I tion of its food, fond, for man and Hundreds of Keautiful Articles await your Approval i

phia, is, visiting her sister, Mrs. A. beans and the finest of homemade beast and Roll, from elsewhere! can floods sent for selection to those furnishing satisfactory ,
Anderson andy. hardly be called I a real farm. "
Chief Silas Kit and family have reference
into 1n order to carry stock through per-
moved the cottage Cfoerry
on
You can save from $1 to $1 by street lately occupied by A. E. Wall S. H. Strickland, of Jacksonville! : fads when pastures lire scant, ample
>u>'ing jour Shoes at Stump's. and family. ,was! attending to business In f'torkp' provision must be made for storing

-<- - ---- Thursday. ford. Corn cribs houses
potato haymows
Prof, I':. A. Kennedy. l of Lake Ge- Hess
The show windows of our stores areemptingly or sheds, and silos! nro ticruHsary. &
Slager
eva, transacted business in Starke arrayed with toys and all j W. C. Harris, H venerable and well : Tho silo lit possibly j tho most '
ednesday. of is j known citizen of Maxvillc*, formerly economical, Kuver of feed! for cattle.
orts goodies. And
as money |
,
(of this section, was a visitor to Starke A
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Urjun handles the famous Gardner plentiful.trade is brisk I U Thursday. | $2 APTFIt!" JAMTAKV h.t I '

in)< oC Cakes, all kinds, 45c lb. \ '
Go to Turner's bakery for cream ] I JacksorioilleDon't
]Ladies' Hats at about half price ;
of !
Many the Ti'legraph's milmcrib-
bread, 10, 15 and 20 cent loaves .
Mis. Gladys Thornton, of Jackson day 11.19tf.Rev : ::it Stump's. c cI ers are taking/ advantage! of thn "9-
ille, spent several days of this weekI cry ev-I, I i day: notice of the advance in the xubscription f
I Staike \Mrs. J, A. Llln ford left Monday pricq by paying ahead for a
Rufus A. Russell will J> '
_
- ---- --- For Port Pierce to upend the winter' ,
I Jppr. We purposely gave the HO-dav
at the Christian church Sunday lJij'ht.at 'v
Auto tops and auto painting. M. \ ftilh her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Lar-' ;
7:30 o'clork. Come out and hear I notice! of the advance in order that M
ovili, n, Sturke. 1119tf. s him. I\ son. She hits spent the past fow' all might take advantage of tho oM'lite '.. f
--- ----- rEveiy in Starko with her daughter, ''I if they. wished to. The udvunre Ito I I )
Mrs J. L. lirownlce will to I'a- Mrs.. D. E. Knight, and while here
go 1 $2. per year will bocpmo effective ;
ftl-a to spend the holidays with her tump't day is bargain day at 'I nude many friends
tuhter!; Mrs. A. V. Long. .... .t the close of business on December

Mr Carl V. Anderson, of Worcester, ,1Mass. Hist no' Milmriptlons will bo taken .
nnd Mm U. C. Richal"dlhi.d
( Yard wide yellow homespun:; their .. \, ., has arrived in Starke and will at the old rate. Art flOW If you
household PaInt!
goods during .
|2 l-2c at Stump's. the week and left to Thursday" formt b''t' n guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Jo- ,M want to save f>0pnln on your next I I Happen.
hanson I
I Ithe northeast of town for the !vesr'e' subscription..
G }. W. Ilazen of city, where they will irsulo in i winter Mr. Anderson t _
Urooker, one oft I !' came here for II
future. !\
,e extensive farmers in tho I the mike of his h"nlth and has no r\ I I

ant, Will in Starke 'Wednesday.l doubt but that it will be improved by I
W. C. Powell, Jr., of the Flynn, I our glorious climate. y Checks I Will something/ happen to make you licit/ I

| a oi'tment of Christmas CanV lianas, liullard few Co.here, of JIt'ksonVille'l I I ; : It's a long chance t that Mud an event will takeplace. I /
ul Hi'.il's Store. pent a days Yard wide J o& 1 I
yellow At
.
homespun any rate it doesn't to v/ait. The menwho I III
pay
the guest of his cousin, John Powell. S/$
1 112 l-2cat Stump's. <.::1 i have advanced steadily in matter
are
1, (. 1 ,":eI'1 Scott of Sutherland,, _,, I money "I
t day after /lp..ndingleveral Special for Friday and Saturday- !I The tranic;; on the Seaboard in very I II the ones who started( having eaily irt{ life.Ituilding .
SUGAR at lOc. lb. All next week Because "f> her : cheeks
Iij brother nsy unu
.
I" A. Scott. | heavy at present. Tuesday at noon 1 1I
- '--' same price. IIuU's, Store. i j I IHon't three freight: traina, each! more than I satin skin a woman attracts flu' I a hank account is I!I he( best,, way to II

fi< w des OGO break a cold. i' a quarter of a mile long, were crowding save .
forget the bazaar this afternoon 1'I admiration of all men. When then
eniji other on the side trucks, and I
ir C'lristman mail with the o'clock.at Jones Fancy Hardware and useful Store articlus.I three ;I iwhon i the lordly southbound expreneiarrived ; youngwOLnaI An account with a good (bank gives you not I II

ii I ut uhaia) i double burred seals also ilfiicious! eats will be on sale. I I it had to ignominiously enter rd; in her I only the advantage of jour own Having/ !, but a lias- :
ld t the '
ju < right touch. a side track and wait while two I peers
I I "t J I Is lor borrowing additional capital when the opportunity 1

"''in Popp tl, of El Paso, Texas, Is Prof. B. B. Lane and Dr. Kirk, I I: freights unheard ft.passed by-something almost I _n' \ / glass, she may comes (to make good use of Home ready

+' .ting his patents and brother, members of the state school exam.nation I j I .. 11\ / secpimpies I i: money. I
t l: committee, were guests Friday | '
R ,
Poppell.RubMyTism .
The/lirlntmas seals sort out by the --r' ";.J'1
and blotches
evening/ Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. I
Anti-tuberculosis Association are -,,:- I' Thin bank makes a specialty of taking care of

relieves Rheumatism very attractive little affair and will :,' ''':;"'-- 'l and site i n- the money needs! of worthy person who keep a deposit y
Mrs J, F. Canova went to Jacksonville "'
'Ijria, Sprains. -
2-11-21 odd Just the right touch to your holi> account with us.
this morning to meet the 'mcdiately '
day letters and packages. goe i ;f.
!
n'h Griffls Clyde Line steamer on which her son
and little the
grandson, to drug store for paint,
pow-
ism Wooten and daughter sailed from New York.Men's .
,; of Lawtey in "
,
were -"Charley, a horse that hud! beenowned I
ders and
k( Wednesday beauty creams, when she
by Mrs. Adaline Huisden for

$1.501Vork Shirts, 85c, many years, died Saturday, aged/ 23: should go there for a blood medicine i
ct promptly if you wish( to save at Stump's.Olin years. Charley refused to show old 'I and BANK OF STARKEE. I
*nts on sf.nach: Iterative knownas
your
next year's lIub
crip- age/ and acted like a two-year old
up
to the Telegraph. to Jacksonville! W. White Thursday made a business and !whilein trip to the day of his death. lie was a pet, "GoHcn. Medical/ Dis'covtry." S. Matthews, 'Pres. Ceo C White, Cashier

not only of Mrs. Baisden and famiy! ,
cold C. the hoard Sun- This vegetable tonic end blood
| Wall made a business city the .noted Hilly but of many others who knew .Sis .
? to Jacksonville the latter part of day preach to an immense congrega good alterative clears j
', many : qualities. It Is needless to the skin, beautifies -- -- -
Past week tion. ,
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say that the death of this
faithful old ..
horse is it, increases the blood supply
regretted by many.Ladies' .
'Cold! In the Head" Mrs. C. A. Mixon returned Friday and the circulation while pimples .
. from visit with relatives in Gainesville ,
.ute attars a Hats
ol Kasal at
about half
.--. will auh.ettt 10 Ir..quO' "cold.Catarrh In the Ga. She was accompanied by her Stump's.G. priceat boils and eruptions; vanish quickly.Ask GENERAL INSURANCE ;
kRIl and hint tae use, .I H.\LL'" nephew, B. B. Tanner who will spend ,
.
I41DICINM
whit build up the your nearest druggist for Dr.Pierce' .
e'n.Iu.I.- U>e liluod aat """" .. several weeks here.RubMyTism W. Alderman, county elerk-clrct
,
Ruble
HAROLD
10 f Js. C. WALL
iiep.a'od
at Golden Medical Discovery
M 01 Icuta Catarrh wall here during the week to complete
I nay I"ad to
bruises -
rra t.frriHHrt.u afiana' tt' cures (cuts arrangements for removal to Starke in tablet or liquid form or send
':;'; 'na.4N .1yj-.l\ICI"tm Ii: I t. burn. 'Bores. ., tetter.. . etc. 2-11-21 He and his family will move here ear STARKE FLORIDA 1, '
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thus ',. ,: M''r' ::e. fu t fh r :; hjr after Christmas and will the lOc.( for trial l package of tablets to
occupy
.
"It "orm..1 reduuna..naJlrlona U Inll..mm"oD. and. Remember a magazine sent your Francis residence on 'Walnut street Dr. Pierce'* Invalid Hotel iaBuffalo. FIRE, LIFE,,.. "3ONDS, AUTOMOBILE ,
.1. r>lTcul"" free. friend for a year makes a most acceptable Mr. Alderman; will annum the duties .*.' . .
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17. 1920 J

My Dear Santa Claus: TIIERESSA I] were shopping in Worthington! Satur. ler in the Miller section Sunday. -
I I will write to let know what I day afternoon.G. .
Santa Claus LettersLAKE you J. V. Edwards
rt want. I want a little boy doll and a Pear Santa Claus; : j I j W. Raborn of Hague, spent Sunday tor to Grooker Saturday.was a business visi 1,

carriage to ride him in and I would Pleace bring me a pretty doll that with his daughter, Mrs. W. M.Harrell. .

-- like some candy and Borne fruit andI wil! Igo to sleep some nice candy and -

LAKE BUTLER WORTHING) will close, hoping you merry Xmas Jots of fireworks and fruit. After you I Rev. J. T. Barnes filled his regular A TONIC

eve. ret this just bring me anything else appointment here Saturday but on account Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores ..
SARA WILLYS. that you want me to have. Your .of his absence Sunday, Rev. G. Energy and Vitality by Purifying \
J hear( Santa Claus and
Dear Santa :iI
: --- ---. friend LUCILE little W. S. Ware filled the pulpit and delivered Enriching the Blood. When
Please send me a mouth harp and am a little girl eight years old. you feel III
PLANT CITY an interesting sermon. strengthening
and Santa I going tell what to ,Invigorating effect.,eee how
a big doll and an apple a orange am to ,)'OU
Dear Santa Claus: Mrs. Lois Raborn was shopping in
and two pack of chew gum and a bring me Xmas. I want a sleepy doll It brings color to the cheeks and how
Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl six years old and Worthington Thursday.
crochet hook. As loving with curly hair, blue and it improves the appetite,
( ever" your eyes rosy you will then
I am a school boy 10 years old. My ro to school every day and I want W. II. Edwards of Palmetto, visited !
little girl. cheeks, also a buggy to carry it to appreciate iu true tonic value.Grove'l .
teacher is Miss Jennie Howell. I want you to bring me a nice little pair of relatives here Thursday.Mr. .
WILLIE HALL. ride in. Oh! I want a silver tea set Tasteless chill Tonic is
f : you to bring me a Christmas present. hoes, some candy, fruit and lots of and Mrs. C. M. Andreu visited simply
and candy, apples and Iron and Quinine
sonic oranges.Santa I[ want a ball a bugle, toy pistol and fireworks, and if you like you may friends at Dukes Sunday.Mr. suspended in syrup So
I in the second grade. pleasant
Pear Santa: am Well even children like it. The tlooo
some I want some apples and bring me a pretty little doll and anything -
; Please send me a mouth harp and I am looking for you to visit roe caps. .' and Mrs. C. H. Newsom and needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
else for I will
that
candies want to
y vase and a sack of crackers, tea set From a little girl.: HENRY BROWNING. appreciate them you all. A little friend. children are visiting relatives at Gra- Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
" and a checker board and a pocket PAULINE SUSIE ROBERTS ham this week. Grip germs by iu Strengthening lnvigo
JANIE MAUDE WOODARD.
'\ book. A loving little girl. Sumner Andreu was a pleasant cal acing Effect. 75r 1 1'
Pear Santa: Dear Santa Claus: \
LEILA MAY HALL.
This is a little girl seven years old I will write you what I want. I My Dear Santa Claus:

. 1l and her name is Irene and she wantsa am going to school every day and I am writing you to tell you what
Claus
Dear Santa
: learning fast. My teacher is Mrs. I: want for Xmas. Now, Santa dear,
r We are going to tell you what we sleeping doll and a little bed, too
; Maggie: Taylor. She is a good teacher. don't neglect some other little boys
and little bull and little
,. want for Christmas. Bring me a doll a dog a toy
First I want a Testament next and girls for me, but after you have
train and if do have them send
with yellow curly, hair, and bring Lu. you I[ want a box of cartridges to kill jay been to all the others please, if you 1
me six and if have them
1 cite one with black curly hair. We oranges you ,
n send me a rubber ball and send me' birds. Now good old Santa bring me have them, bring me a wrist watch
want to bring a doll carriage
us
you will fruit. Please don'tforget
Home fire crackers. I hope you some candy and
two apples. So I will close for this
and doll bed. storybooks
Bring us Home
. time. bring all the rest of the girls and boys my little brothers and sisters.
d'\\oi' some fruit and candy and a IRENE WARD. something, too. I live 3 miles from I I am twelve years old. I must close.

. ;W. little rocking chair. FromLIZELLE Plant City, Fla. I want a negro doll TOREZA BENNETT. ,
and .
Pear Santa Claus to play with.
LUCILE DOUGLASS. :
\/. I am a little girl 10 years old and R. L. BROWNING CROSBY LAKE ,
I Crosby Lake, Dec 17.-Rev. T. J.
Dear Santa Cla--;; ; in the second reader and my name is
Barnes candidates
I nine old. I Wretha. If you have a sleeping doll ALACHUA baptized two Sun.
little girl
I am a years
into the Pine Level
Dear Old Santa Claus: day Baptist
t have been a good little girl this year.I and a little bed and a little toy train
and if do have them send six I am writing just a few lines to let church.
have been going: to school all this you me
and like my teacher fine. Now, oranges and I want a 'little rubber you know what I would like to have H. M. McRae attended church at
year ball I for Christmas. 1 would like to havea Fairbanks Saturday night./
and want and
dear old Santa, please bring: me what some candy apples -
I ask for. Bring me a doll twenty- and some raisins. So I will) close little stove and a doll and a box of Leroy Norman of Wateroak, was

four inches high and a twenty key for this time, candy and some oranges and apples a visitor here Wednesday afternoon. :
piano and some candy and fruit. Iwon't WRETIIA WARD. and a little doll trunk. I am a little Wesley McRae is suffering from la- let
girl six years old. I am going to grippe.
ask for much III have
other boys you and girls to visit you Don't Dear Santa Claus: school and in the primer. I have beena Prayer meeting at B. J. Starling's

forget me now. Your little girl friend. I am a little boy and have tried good little girl now dear Santa. I Sunday night.
EDNA WERTS. hard to be good all the year. Will you will close saying that my stockingwill .

please, Santa, remember me and close, hoping to get a bicycle for Ofwr*** Tasteless cMU TMfcre Doesn't Half
"Happiness"
Dear Santa Claus: bring: me some pretty Christmas name is cn vitality and energy by purifytM and.> ,

v I am writing you what to bring me presents and a little horse and wagon.I NINA. MAE MOTT. rlcblnl\ the blood. You can arm tnl k*Strroav It !
I will - nl.ML InvUoraUnt CVr. PYlct. Express
Xmas. Santa, I want you to bringme hope see you Xmas. I will
a toy gun and caps and a little close with many good wishes. Yours BROOK ER

wagon and bring! my little brother a truly SILAS JONES. Dear Santa: Why Mr.Trainer Joe Armstrong Uses Rat, CelebratedDog Snap The supreme joy of the growing boy

little teddy bear and also me one too
I will write you a few lines to tell over his Christmas bicycle cannot be
"Noticed kennels
and bring my little sister, Ruby a Dear Santa Claus: rats around my ,
doll with long hair. Good old Santa, Please bring me a toy pistol and you what I am looking for you to having hundreds of prise dogs could described. No other Christmas quite

don't forget me Xmas. I will close some candy and some fire crackers. bring me Xmas. I have to go to not take chances. Tried RAT SNAP;
the when with this
school every day and don't have timeto equals one gift P
in three weeks
this time. Bring me a knife with a chain to it. I every rat disappeared. ,
see you. I want a box'of caps for Noticed that the make him of all out-doors
WOODROW EDENFIELD.Dear am in the second grade. dogs never went near you master ,
my pistol a nice new knife, a blue
RAT SNAP. I tell friends about
-, AVERY WATERS. my
Santa Claus: cap a little train to make the baby RAT SNAP." Use this sure rodent free to go and come quickly to work

1 am writing you a letter to let you Pear Santa: laugh as I have a'sweet her little sister soft, I exterminator, it's safe. Comes in cake and play. A bicycle>> is a gift that helpsto

know what to bring me for Xmas. I want you to send me a baby dolly and want you to bring some I form. 3 sizes, 35c, 65c, 125. Sold build his health and character. '
little doll
Santa, bring me a dolt with long hair and a pretty little carnage to rideit candy a big red apple and a and guaranteed by D. C. Jones Starke
to play with that has yellow curly
and doll carriage and some fruit anda in and fruits of all kind. I have
little stove and a little tea set a been a good little girl mind papa and hair. I will close, hoping to see you BRADFORD This Christmas a Bicycle i
A little friend of Santa's. ;
1r rocking: chair for my loll.\ I will close mama all the time. I go to school soon.
t'' for other boys and girls: will want ''I every day and in the first reader. Am J. V. EDWARDSJR.Dear ..Bradford Dec. 17.-Mr. and Mrs.C. .

something too. I am 8 years old 7 years old and mind my teacher real Santa Claus F. Rivers, of Lake Butler were
and in the third grade/ and a locket nice. My teacher's name Is Miss Vir. : guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
B.LILIENBLUMGAINESVILLE
q, and chain and a little ring and some gie Rogers I will close. Your friend I am a little boy that is wishing to Edwards.

ribbon, too. RETHA THOMAS. see you before long. As I have to go Mabry Harrell of Jacksonville,

1 , CORA BLACKWELDER. to school every day and have to study spent the week-end with his parents,
WALOO hard, I am asking you to bring me a Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell. FLA.

.' Dear Santa Claus: .. nice new knife, a box of caps for my Mrs. T. Willis and Mrs. Chesser ,
;'\,)', I will write let know pistol a tablet and pencil and a nice
/" ;.; you to you Pear Old Santna:
I I book to read and also some fruit ton
,. what to bring me for Xmas. PJcase ?' I am going: to school and lam i I :
(
.' eat. I will close hoping to
see
;: bring me a doll and a doll\ carriage the fourth grade. I am twelve you
\t and a bracelet ring, gold/ locket and old. I do like my teacher fine. years Santa soon. A little friend of Santa'B.SHELTON .

a teaset and a little stove and a rock I want me a bicycle for Christmas EDWARDS.
", ing chair for doll and two boxes of
my as I have a long way to go to
: chocolate candy and that is all.\ school but if you can't give me one, STARKE

!1 CHARLOTTE BLACKWELDER.Please give me something but do not miss i
bring what I told you. the little boys and girls for me. Will Dear Santa: Gifts for Christmas
I I want you to bring me a wheel for
close hoping to
r' get a bicycle: for
; Pear Old! Santa: Christmas. Wishing Xmas and a horn and a big wagon
: you a merry and a clown.
I want a wagon and 7 packs of Christmas andn a happy New Yearfrom
J. O. TURNER.FARMERJJROWN.
chewing gum and a whip and a rubber .

ball and a horse and some chocolate E. E. WAS DIN,
candy and twelve apples and Home -

' cherries and twelve oranges and 12 Dear Old Santa Claus: ;

bananas and a box of powder and a I am a little girl ten years old. I

box of paint that you paint your face am in the fourth grade, at school. I\ CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO OLD
with and five boxes of crayons, all col am going to school and SANTA
: Hike to go to If diamond is loose or the setting worn
ors, to Clayton, Tom. Cornt.lius. Julius school. Santa old dear, I want a big your

-all\ of them is Blackwelders. old sleepy doll and a doll\ bed. Please\ Mr. Santa Claus: I badly take them to Miner's who has good line
Y' do bring them to me but do not skip, I see by the papers little boys and a ,

PUKES any little girls and boys but I guess, girls are writing you for what they
i of f You will also find '
t Dear Santa: you are getting old and cannot see want for Christmas. new mountings. an assortment -

I am a little boy 3 )years old very good. Wishing you a merry Christ Now Samantha and me don't want
fond of sport and I want you to bring mas and a happy New Year from anything. She's got all she wants. I i of pretty Hand Carved Cameos in tt{

,, me a train and an air rifle and a wag Til ELM: A GUNTER. got her one pair Seemore silk stockings

on so I can keep mama plenty of and a pair of high heeled toe I Brooches La vallieres and Scarf Pins. Owingto
wood Lots'of love to Santa. Pear Old Santa Claus: slippers. Now she can roll the stockings ,

t ZEDRA McLEOD. I am going: : to tflll' you what I want l down below the knee, put on the I theconditions which require a reduction''
for Christmas. I am six years old and I slippers and she's up-to-date. ,

I Dear Santa: I am going to school and in the As fur me I've got a new pipe and reduced the
I am a little girl 7 )years old. 'I like primer class. I sure do like my teach. tobacco-I'm fixed. It don't take much prices we have prices 20 per cent

; to go to school fine and my teacher'a er fine. I want a big old sleepy doll| fur some folks. Some want all they
name is 111""lrl1.'ie Rogers. Dear for Christmas and a doll carriage. But; can get-others want all\ they've got. on this line. f

; j Santa I want you to remember mp if you have not got' but one for me, When you come over the big: pond I
Xmas and send me a sleepy doll and why alright. Wishing you a merry after you've given the Germans what

a little doll carriage. I won't write Xmas and a happy New Year from they need, you may be short of some We have a variety of wrist watches at
for much as there are so many little LEILA MAE GUNTER. things. If BO just stop at DeWitt, C.
girls and boys, and I hope none will Jones Hardware Store. You mought

' be overlooked Pear Old Santa Claus: find what you need there to fill np reduced prices. Elgin, Waltham, South

IVA McLEOD. I am a little boy seven years old| your pack such as .22 rifles and car !
and I am going: to school. I sure do i trldges: air rifles and pop guns jock Bend, Illinois and Ingersoll Watches at

Pear Santa: like teacher fine. I knives coon shotguns and
my am in the traps
q I am a little boy seven years old. Iant primer soon will be in the first grade shells He hain't got sleepy dolls or 1 the established prices. A few pieces of

going to school studying the first Santa, I want you to please( bring mea overalls for girls. If you come in the i

grade. Please bring me a gun and : little stock farm and animals with i night he won't be there and Snyder All-Plated Silverware. Vest chains Stand-

some mittens and a little train and a I it. If you have not got' them bringme will be gone home, so come early before -

bicycle, and a car. From a little boy. a gun and little tin soldiers but t things get all sold out. J makes at as low prices as possible including ''
GARNET PUKES. do not miss any girls and boys I[ He's got a lot of Silverware for the

will close, wishing you a Merry Xmasand women folks, and lots of little Jim We have fine line
Dear Santa: a happy New Year cracks women want about the kitchen war tax. a

I am a little boy only seven years ERNEST WASDIN. and he's" got a few Dalion Talking
; ' old and am studying the first grade. Machines left, but maybe you could of box Stationery of the best makes.

Thought I would write you what to Dear Old Santa Claus: not ,get that on your pack. If you

bring me Xmas Please bring a little I am nine years old and I am goingto : should happen to come in the night: Flashlights and Batteries. We also repair -

gun some mittens a little wagon school and in the fourth grade. I[ you'll find the store on the east side .
some candy and apples and nuts. A want a biC'yfor\ Xmas as I havea of the Bradford County Bank, but he flashlights.

E little boy friend. long ways to go to school but dIJnot won't be there, go come early Don't I '

CARL DUKES. miss all the little boys and girls. bring any sleds for boys or snowshoes

You have not given lots of anything:, for it don't snow here in Florida. If
Pear Santa Claus: but I guess you are getting old. I 1 you want to trade reindeers for boss- I ,

I want you to bring: me a sleep wil Ido"... hoping to get a bicycle for es, you'll find me at the old stand and .
doll and a bed for it to lay on and Xmas. Winning: you a Merry Xmas i my name is Farmer Brown. ,

some apples and candy, too. and a little and Happy New Year. P. S.-Pad Fling don't want anything I

s tea set too, and a stove and some W. H. GUNTER. either He has had a shower

pots for to fit my stove Well I will ._ __u_ ___ already. Mrs. Ford of Michigan has
< atop From littleBINA GRAHAM brought him a beautiful Irish blackthorn UD.MINERStarke

\VATERS.Little Pear Santa Claus: walking: cane and say, it's a i

Springs School. Good-bye. I will write to let you know whatI t beauty and he is as proud) as a lame

want. I want a little car and a lit- turkey over it, and friends from Jacksonville -
Pear Santa Claus: tle bicycle. I will dose for this time. sent him a canvas folding

i Xmas will soon be here and I hope From yours truly. chair. He sets around all day now. Florida

{ you will bring me a gun and a little RICH MILLS. You won't find him at the store either, ,

hone and wagon. If you have some Answer soon don't seem to want to work anymore
extra' drums I would like to have one And I want to kiss you when you Kiss Grandma. Santa for me. J

'.>d>," of them. Yours truly. come. Yours .eternally i
. C. JOE BROWN. And I will kiss you eight times FARMER BROWN.

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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1120. t
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News of Florida in Short Paragraph the Everglades without a guide. Los. I j .

I .. _____....________.r..s+..+ ____wwI lAg their way after crossing into Dade I i ,
county, the party, in two touring cars '"
and with a truck for their baggage,
I Live State NewsTold plowed for an entire day through wa-

________ _______&A______ ----- -. ----- ter ankle deep. Emerging from the .
water they became stalled in deep Mitchell's Store
.1 by Our Exchanges. I muck in a hammock in the swamp. Drug

-._____ .. __ They spent that night the next day
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'1i.LYtlt -- .------ - --- --- = and the following night in the mud,

': J. Hunnicut. 26, a brakeman on the matter to the police. Attentionwas unable to make any headway. The

'... A. C. L.. wa killed while coup- given him immediately but he second morning; a Seminole happened
..... cars at Youmans Wednesday afrisrnoun was too far gone for nourishment to along with a yoke of oxen: and hauled ANNOUNCES
I do him any good. them to firm ground, but could five
them no directions as to the route.

irida strawberries are beginning Luther Wilson, 36 years old, white, The party followed one faint track -

noticed and the Plant City Cour- who was serving a term at the state' after another, often through deep Water -
r': *says that a few berries were offer- prison at Raiford, on a charge, of Their food gave out, and then An unusual Line of Christmas Gifts of Quality.

"e4:in that market recently and sold criminally assaulting a girl relativein their water supply was exhausted
*S for 66 cents a quart. Pasco county and later killing Dep- while on a stretch of hammock somewhere "

iJteAJ uty Sheriff Wilcox, of Lake county in the swamp, and they dug I'

l.jBIanca Ayala, 10, of West Tampa escaped from the prison Friday. He i holes in the moist earth and dippedup
utie instantly killed when a revolver is reported to have left the farm in the water that seeped in. Finallythe

'whlC'h her father was cleaning ex- prison stripes and mounted on a small party reached a road and a farm

;, Mtoded, the bullet entering the child's bay mare colt with a star on forehead 'Mad at she stood a few feet from him and two white rings on one leg. first meal they had eaten for more ,
than thirty-six hours. The latter part ,
jfiJ \ The authorities are offering a rewardof
! W;:lThe dairies of Fort Pierce are dorftig $100 for his arrest. of the trip out of the swamp 'as''
made the truck the
on as gasolinehad I
business and are general-
a great run low and the tanks of the two
Vb* making extensions and hoping not A sugar company that has its headquarters
touring cars had been drained to furnish : Dupont Ivory Pyralin Toilet Ware
>poly to supply the local demand but in Kansas Is planning to establish -
' sufficient fuel to enable them to ,
S"t4: produce enough dairy products to a sugar cane plantation in proceed on the baggage truck I American Cutglass. Gifts in Sterling Silver
7 tiable some to be shipped Florida and to erect a sugar mill for .
\ ; the manufacture of standard granu-
MENDENHALL MADE HIS Waterman Fountain Pens, Eversltarp
J[Mayor Stevens of Bradentown, reIeillvt'd lated sugar direct, from cane juice, OWN

{ word last of the week that his and Is considering locating near Ar- APPLICATION FOR PARDON Pencils, Nunnally's. Liggett' and Whit-
.city had been donated one of the old cadia. The plant will also do some i .

, Held artillery guns now at Ft. Dade. fruit canning, preserving and jelly Two Women Have Asked Pardon man's Candies, Fine Stationery
rTfe gun will be shipped to BradCn- making, this work being done with a Board to Allow Him Hearing I Complete

,' town and placed in one of the most part of the machinery during the idle II I Toilet Sets containing Mary Garden Djer
conspicuous places in the city. season J
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Tallahassee, Dec. 13.-There has
k -- been no application presented in the Kiss, Jonteel!, Mavis, Cara Nome and many :
Application has been made to the
4 A million dollars worth of Moorish Mendenhall case He personally wrotein
'I fellings! have been planned for St. board of pardons by interested parties some time ago requesting a hear- other makes of excellent qualty. Manicure !
tersburg. The Victory Land Com- for the presentation of the case ing. That request has been renewedby
fly is arranging to start work on a'' of J. J. Mendenhall, convicted in Pi- him and the pardoning board has Sets.

rge number of new houses that will nellas county several years ago of set Dec. 29th for appearing, at which !
constructed on the Moorish style the murder of two women. The board
time an application will be presented
set Wednesday, Dec 29th the date .
f architecture as\ I providing he takes advantage of the ,
for the hearing. A strong effort will
'opportunity.. Hut before the application
Dan Anderson and Wallace McClel- be made for a pardon or parole for can be presented he must publish

on, two white men working in West Mendenhall, and it is understood that for two weeks notice! of his intention
Bay Mill got into a drunken row on the opposition will be equally as de to make application for a pardon. One
; aturday night and Anderson hit Mc- termined. The case is one of the most notice would have to be published this

lellon over the head with a club. famous in the criminal annals of the week and another next week or he
cClellon died Monday and Anderson state and the action of the board on
cannot his application the I
present on
rag arrested and placed in the coun- the application will doubtless be !
jail. awaited with interest throughout the 29th.There I
is a provision In law or a ruling ' .
state. '
of the pardoning board that A complete line of Greeting Cards Post Cards Folders
Mrs S. W. Howe, wife of the casher '
of an Orlando bank, was chloro- Reed Branning, marshal of Safety where a person Is BO poverty stricken "r
ormed and robbed of her jewelry, Harbor, attempted to enforce a decision that they cannot pay for a notice in Tags, Seals and Tissue Paper. !
fter which the of the the paper that posting will be sufficient :
thief cut off a large city to lay certain streetsin
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ortion of her back hair, while en- that town, one of which was to notice "

ute on a Pullman car to Cincinnati pass through the front yard of the Owing to the extraordinary interestin I ,
ucsday night, just out of Jackson- Booth home place. The marshal and this case, it is said to be the policy I

ille. assistant proceeded! to remove the of the pardoning board that no mistake Come in and let us show what we have. J 1 It
fence and start operations in spite of in the letter of the law will be you

The largest individual grove saleer the protests of the womenfolks. The made The pardoning board will knowin < :
made in the state was consum- laws of our land says one's home Is three or four days whether he expects -

nated Saturday when the title to the their castle and they should defendit to carry out his request and actually f

Vynchburg Groves, Winter Haven, so Mrs. Booth and her daughtersdid present the petition on the 1 r "

allled from the syndicate of local the only thjng left them to do- 29th.A.
men to C. K. Smith, of Worcester, that was to defend' their home. When prisoner can make a request for
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ass The consideration is not made the battle was over, the marshal and an application hearing without being .'
ublic, but it is understood to be well his assistant presented a deplorable represented by his attorney. Whena

ward the half-million mark. sight. They were completely routed. request Is made, however, every against any leniency being shown Chester Andreu, of New River and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. ,

person having filed a written protest Mendenh l1. I Dave Green, of Tine Hill, were in our Waters, of Lake Butler Archie
Col. Mitchell; commander of Fort Preliminary steps in the cor lit ruction against his or her pardon is given no. section Sunday The ,
ads, has announced the inaugurationf of the tice by the board as to the exact date farmers of our suction are just
$1,500,000 Gandy bridge To Stop a Cough Quick W. R. Hodge and son Even
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spent finishing their
a special boat service between Ft. across Tampa bay, connecting St. Petersburg the application will be heard so they cano grinding.
ade and St. Petersburg for soldiers. and Tampa will be made may be present to protest. take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a ,
lie announcement followed publica- Notice of the 29th as the date set cough medicine which stops the cough by
Tuesday. The bridge will run in a
healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissue ,
of Is said to have been sent to Mrs J.
jion a report that St. Petersburg northeasterly direction across the bay A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE '
ad been selected as a supply and receation touching the other shore at a point W, McCollum, at Gainesville, and to SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and I Kill That Cold
base for the fort. Facilities one and one-half miles north of Port Mrs. Amos II. Norris, at Tamps. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of With i i iLt
or landing of government sea planes Tampa. The distance from the Tam Miss Helen McArline, of Jackson- IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
'11 be obtained.A pa end of the bridge to the city of ville, a social welfare worker, and should be rubbed on the chest and throat !I \ ':
Tampa is just seven miles. The bridge Mrs. John W. Mahood, of Kaiford of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. I + .
party of hunters which had just being six mile makes the distance have been before the pardoning boardIn The tiMlins effort. of He"",.' Hoallnll Horn (IBI I
across -
lid the throat comblnod wltb the at
beeiky.meet I
turned from Bayou Casotte, Escam- between the two cities eighteen an informal way asking that Men- Grove. -...D.1r.t. b.lv. throusb il pore of ,!
|ia county, report that their saw an miles. The distance by road from St. denhall be given a hearing. the skin"' moan Mop.comb. CASCA Aa
llligator Both rmnmllf.....ptcfcad la one outoo!mod ta.. ,i QUININE
prepare to attack a weasel, Petersburg" to Tampa at present is oust o(lh.oomUiMd treatment U Sao I,
hereupon the weasel with rcmarkalo 63 miles by way of Clearwater, and Tampa Attorneys Not Interested Just ask your druggist for HAYES* I!
( alarrity leaped into the gator's 45 miles by way of Safety Harbor Tampa Dec 13.-The attorneys who HEALING HONEY. 'I I FOR AND

tended: jaws and slid down into its The new bridge will mean a saving put up a bitter fight for Mendenhall Gelds, Coughs OM\O L. Grippe

>omach. According to the hunterse of 68 miles on a roundtrip. After the five years ago have disclaimed all WATERMILL i I i iWatcrmill

fondness for eggs prompted the bridge is completed motorists will be knowledge of the effort to get their I Neglected Colds are Dangerous:
ender animal to take its chances Ine able to reach Tampa in less than half former client out ot prison at this T.k. no ch.nc. Beep this standard
Dec 17.-Mr. and Mrs. remedy handy for th. n..t __... '
alligator's insides. an hour, as compared to two hoursat time. Edwin R. Dickenson and WillB. Markey, of Waycross, Ga., has bought; I I i BrMks up cold In 24 hours_R.II.,..

I Gainesville's the present time. Dickenson who, with Attorney the farm and mill from E. A, Fowler Grippe InS dajB-Excellent fof Hwtdoch

ded in the population will be re Thomas Palmer waged the hard fight Mr. Markey and family have recently. Qulnln. In hi. form doe. nol .tr.et tb. ....,,-c..c... .M ...., Tate
,B flO government census as Friday afternoon a number of men against insurmountable odd.. for Men- moved here. I lA..dNo Oplll' In ifill'
instead of 6.28(5, the number given on the vegetable shipping platform denhall, have stated that their first Information
the first tabulation in Mr .and Mrs A. II Warren, of Ziff,
Septem- in Wauchula were horrified to of the appeal for pardon ALL DRUGGISTS
r, according to announcement madea see a spent the week-end here with the for. SELL IT
letter received from the i little girl wilk deliberately in front came through the publicity given the mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. WI' w'
reau census of a freight train backing rapidly on affair Thomas. 1
advising
that the
ntly made resulted in a recheck substantia-re- I the Coast Line tracks. The child ap Rumor has it, however, that Gov. E. L. Crosby and daughter, Jennie .1
peared unconscious of its danger, the Catts, whose utter disregard for pub i Maude
on of the claims made by the cham- and Mrs Blanche Crosby and r
r of commerce that the original engineer was at the other end of the : lic sentiment in the state over which eon, Raymond, passed through here I .
umeration train and could not see the child, and I he presides, has been! exhibited on Sunday cnroute. to Itrooker. ---
was an unjust and under-
titnatcd one. owing to the distance the men on the many a previous occasion has adjusted Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Hodges and I I
platform were helpless. It looked as his mental processes to a favorable children attended the cane grinding at fljItfltj'CUBES :

("Uncle" Tom Green, an aged: negro, though nothing could be done to stop view of the Mendenhall application Mr. and Mrs. t.'. S. Fowler's Thurn-
a horrible tragedy. But flag and has succeeded in lining two
|aid to have starved to death in a negro! up day.
man saw the child and realized its members of the pardon board, of I
nt City He wet discovered by a Mrs D. Parker and daughter, IAn FIT "OVERSIZE" CASINGSi
red drayman in a destitute con- danger. Although, some distance from which he Is a member by virtue of his nie, of Ziff, were attending to business .
|on in the, sand house beside the the child he did not hesitate a mo- office, to look with some degree of favor here Saturday afternoon.Mr. .

board track The drayman gave ment but made a swoop for tho''childlike on the application.But and Mrs. A. L. Thomas and
something a hawk striking a chicken and as while much "fog": seems to children
to few
eat and reported spent a days of last weekIn
he rushed across the track he had the shroud the efforts being made to give Five Mile section visiting B. J.
little girl in his arms, the wheels of Mendenhnll his freedom, there is a Thomas and family Michelin Tubes are qta lr'ii ,

ASPIRIN the rapidly moving box' car not missing very outspoken and very distinct clamor W. K, Hodge and son, Evan, were full Mile In cruHNwctloru -
the child more than a bare six In opposition to any such action, business visitors to Hrooker Saturday.Mr. and are
inches. The name of this colored he- which may not in the least affect the and Mrs. therefore not
O. W. Thomas and!
Name "Bayer" ro is Henry Milton and both he and governor, who is, so soon to sing his daughter, Anna Belle, and Mr. and stretched thin under 4agys
on Genuine the little girl owe their lives to the swan song from public life but which Mrs. A. II. Warren attended churchat Inflation. Ibis

watchfulness of the engineer, for the seems distinct enough to rattle the Little Springs Sunday. advantage Is especially "'I
engineer saw Milton make his rush I aural drums of anybody with ore was a visitor in the '
and knew something was wrong and to the ground for the murmuring; of Ziff section Sunday when buying tubes tk.+ .?:
I mnnj'ng.II.
Instantly applied the emergency and what the people want I. -Oatlin, of Starke, was In our for Cord tire, N", %' '
in what seemed a twinkling of the Women's clubs throughout! the state burg; Friday afternoon. all "oversize." I,. "

eye had succeeded in slightly slowing will take a leading part in the fight 0, W. Thomas and Gentry Stokes SMITHS GARAGE /,a u, _tfie*
ll'.ref the train by the time Milton had f'
were business visitors to the
eounty Starke. Fla. ,
u reached the little girl. cnmtrmmCJlllQmt seat Tuesday fr I ,ir; f

COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Mrs. Viola Thomas and children
Lost for three days in the Everglades were weekend visitors of Mrs. Rachel
foodless for forty-eight hours a Full Line flfUnd.r' prevatt, of Griiham.

Unlr.s: you see the Hama and without water other than seepage ""*,,,' Supplies Mr. Smythe, of Brookcr, was a yill.
not on Package' or on tablets you from the swamp, and finally rescuedby j itor hero Sunday morning.Mrs. .
Betting Y genuine A.piria re. a Seminole Indian with a yoke of AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I Mamie Hodge and laughter, ;

swat physicians safe fee twentYoOIJe I oxen, was the terrifying experience Always m hand. The best BUI, spent Sunday guest 'of Mrs. Ida j .!
i"o..l'o..1: by million. Take ct J. K. Clark, wife and two sons of tice at the lowest prices. Special Goodge. j i
\\CoJ hi lSe.dne he,In N..uralll'the Bayerp.rkage i, Grand Rapids, Mich., a few days ago. attention to telegraph or- 1 Dig) Reduction I In Prices You will make a mistake
; Toothache RbeuIn I The family now Is located In Miami, vr*. Registered Embalmer i if you order your fertilizer
atH::d : Lumbago : Flnoernall Statistics.
y tm bnxp. 01 And i rmn the worse for the trying exper I without getting our new price li.stx Just I IM Nu.d. Plentyof
t. twelve Bayer It ha, been nmuted. I'
f
Ae by a sctentelthat
1110 pirin cost 1- "oasts ience. The Clarks, who traveled from DeW7ft Materials!! prompt shipment. Order now. I'ertili/ers, InNecticides .
& tlf'/J Druff.tradfl C. JONES I In a lifetime of 70 years a mangrows
... Grand Rapids to Fort Myers recentIv
mar ; /.adl.a/t.: A.pirln. nulls which. If It were pOIIMJhle Sprayers, Poultry Supplifw.
( without mishap STARKE, FLA. I J
started for Miami
.. aaesticacid, ate, of &.,J,,,)licaold. t." ,.1' camping at Fort Myer.i fin a II I to fir'n,-rM' them uncut, would rcncb E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER ('0.
IIf! III9 the "".'1i "' 7 feet 0 U'ctifk' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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