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 24, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ANTS ACQUITTED OF CHARGE Wednesday about-noon, a peculiar Stray Shot Nearly' Destroys Eye of Location of Starke) Tends to Healthful Rapid Sale of Goods l It" Expert Auctioneer Little Boy Shoots at And Injure HI.

sht'p.1 looking automobile was discovered in Cljde Mott and Agreeable Living Condition on "Market I)a>" Plajmate her Marble ,
te Failed to Make A Case In Starke, driving up and down the I I iI
ard Poison Plot streets It was easily noticeable that Saturday Clyde, 15-year old son of Wednesday afternoon; G. M. Inman week
Mr. L. H. Eastman, of West Call Friday of last
something was wrong with the driver Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mott," who lives inaugurated "market day""or Starke I Walter, -)' I
Anton, Ga., Dec. 19.-The state is : and some of our citizens immediately near the high school, was out hunting; street, and Prof. Barry, who has 'i A stand had been erected near Hull's old son of Mrs J. C. Ricks, and Oscar }
with him (
?cted to conclude its evidence here went the preliminary In- the of the dilemma his good distance temperature fiddler and ( ; with marbles on Weller street-!
rrow in hearing possible cause companions was a relation by were a jolly a banjo
that of other Florida town
the death of Fred D. Shepard; the and to furnish whatever aid might be away, but when he shot at some birds Prof. Barry to believing that it was cold. I player The first goods brought; to I Ion which their parents live. A dispute j
uston county peach grower, and necessary. in Clyde' direction, some of the shot the auctioneer were some Georgiaknit arose about the ownership1 a ,
ged victim of,a poison plot by his The occupants of the car were Mr. went far enough to strike the latterin er Staike, while had\Mr. warmwinter Eastman held weatheras that socks, a lamp and some "cotton marble, which both boys claimed. The f

dow and others seeking to get poe H. S. Pinkston, driver, accompaniedby the face. One shot, lodged in his most of the as towns of the state. In ;':picker" shoes, also a white rooster marble was in Oscar's possession, and !
sion of his fortune. Miss Avice Beatrice Pepper and right eyeball, was the most dangerous. order be able to his I The band played and Mr Inmnn'a persuasive I Walter, who thought he would not
hale a chemist and a pathologist Miss Thelma Pinkston, of Dukes, also Mr. Eastman prove certified assertion talk and pleasant smile soon rive it up, became angry and ran .
tUlt'd that mercuric poison was Miss Evelyn Demaree, of Gainesville, The wounded boy' father was notified procured a disposed of the goods. The band home. Thero he grabbed a shotgun
thermometer On December 16th
nd in Shepard' viscera, it was anted and Mr. Clifford Richard, of Lake at soon as possible and he carried '8 his instrument showed al /played again and more goods wore offered nnd shot at his playmate: Whetherthe <
today from an authoritative Butler. After several 'questions and Clyde to Jacksonville, where a noted p. m., a tem for oalo. A man brought a shotgun gun was too heavy to handle, or ,.
of above
rce that the defense is prepared promises "not to tell," it was finally surgeon was given charge of the case. I When perature the next degrees Timc -Unlon zero. to tho auctioneer to be sold. After he couldn't sight straight; or the distance -
A introduce evidence 'of its expertst made known that they were in searchof The shots were soon extracted, even I day's arrived Mr. Inman had praised the qualityof too great, only a few of the ,t
Shepard was not poisoned.n Judge Gardiner's office. They were the one in the eye ball The patient its weather bulletin was scan- the, gun ands expatiated on the shots took effect-striking Oscar 'In
addition to statements of Dr. quickly conducted to the courthouseand I is getting along well and it is confidently ned, and it was found that on the ICth !great profit it was sure to bring the the fare and on the shoulder They t
gar Everhart, chemist, and Dr. Jas into the judge's office.: lIe was I believed that his eyesight will I at 8 p. showed m. only two higher of the points recorded owner by killing chickendestroyinghawks were easily extracted and did but lit* \, i

ke, pathologist, that poison was very busy at the time but a glancewas not be Impaired. Starke. a Key West temperaturethan the and winning turkeys at the tie harm. I,
nistered to Shepard, the prelimi- all that was necessary to tell him I This should be a new warning to Gulf stream and with ,insular near climate shoots that were about to start, the Walter clMms he thought the gun:
hearing on application of the something had to be done. At firstit shooters, young and 01<,i. It is generally showed, ifi degrees" an and Ft. Lauderdale man decided the gun was too good to was not loaded and that he only wanted
bondants for discharge from cus- was hard to tell who the guilty believed that shot, because they with the Gulf in part with and withdrew it from sale. to frighten his playmate '
py or for release on bail has been parties were, but as quick as the gen- lull birds at only short distances, will recorded fib To the sight, I" But the goods did not come in fast ..
ked by the testimony of a num- ial judge had time to properly ad- not travel far. Yet the shot from the ,Bartow degrees.south contrary, enough for the rapid-fire auctioneer, IN MEMORIAMMr
t of witnesses that Mr*. Annie just hls eye glasses, he had them picked center of the charge will go long distances degrees, way Miami washed had only 42 and -4\t last they ceased! altogether. j .
itts, one of the defendants, had re.led out, and with all the smiles and and only one may be enough by the Gulf The merchants were too busy to fur -
to them last spring that plan dignity that a judge is allowed to put to put out an eye. Fortunately shotgun stream, 48, and Gainesville, south of nish him material and but little had '' II. C Surrcncy departed this
e afoot to kill Shepard. Ion, he told Mr. Pinkston and Miss | charges are generally fired at a Starke, 88 degrees come in from the country, as those life Dec 1, 1920.Mi. .
Pepper to come forward. They being high angle, which causes the spent The temperatures shown by the Surrt'ncy was killed by a loco
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uperlor Court Judge prong I weather bureau who hud articles to sell wanted to wait
ruled that the testimony that armed with the proper credentials the J shot to come almost straight down, follows report above mentioned until the first market day had 'passed. I motive while walking; through the
Cutts had told of a plot to poi- magic words were soon spoken that when there Is little chance for injuryof were as : This Mr. Inman had foreseen and he railway yards at Plant City, where he
Shepard was applicable to her made them one. any person that may be in the Bartow ________....._...__? 42 not discouraged. The next salts | was visiting at the home of his son,
'I Eustis __________ ____ was Mr. Lee
only and not to the other defend- The bride is a charming and pleasing way. ? _____. 44 day will be more lively Surrency
i, Shepard's widow, now Mrs. Pan- young lady of 17 summers and ---. i r i -- Fort ,Lkuderdale ._n___r_____ f>0 Mr. Surrcncy was 70 years of age,
Elmer, her son, Ernest Ilopson, 'while only being resident of this CHRISTMAS AT THE SUNDAY Fort Myers ?_____._________ 46 .-- was born In the state of Georgia but
I her sister, Mrs. lona Henry. i[:county about a year her calm and SCHOOLSThe Fort PierceGainesville ........._____.... 40 WOMEN IN JURY ROOMA spent the greater: part of his life in
hile the state is seeking to have lovable disposition has won for her I _n_______________ 38 Bradford county, where he was well
four defendants bound over to thejid friends equal to that, of her acquain Baptist and Methodist Sunday Key West-Clear. ____._nu_1 Ort reporter who covered a cane In >| known and esteemed as a good man, a
jury without bail, charged that tance. I,schools will observe the anniversary Miami-Clear __.__...._____. 48 the district court of Orange' N. J., In i I faithful member of the Free Will
S Shepard estate, estimated at sev- '1, The groom is a young man of the of the birth of Christ with suitable Orlando' .__.______.....__..._ 42 which the jurors were all women, Baptist church and a staunch Mason.
million dollars, was the motive hustling type and a substantial farmer exercises on Friday evening, at 7:30, Pensacola . -__.__.._...____?_ 40 avers that, sticking around after the''I, His tragic death was a great shock
the alleged plot, the defense onexamination of the Dukes section, where they ,,at their respective churches. Sanford ..____..__.________._ 42 Jury had retired to consider its verdict -,, to hit relatives> and his many friendsI
has sought to bring will make their future home. He is I i The Baptist Sunday school will\ makean Tampa-Clear .._____.._____. 50Titusville he heard these remarks floating I I !here and at Plant City. His remain
that Mrs. Alice Crandall, Shep- well ,known over the county, coming offering of money and supplies for -Clear ____________ 24 through; the transom i were.brought to Brooker and carriedto
s; sister, initiated the investigationder from one of the oldest and best families i the orphans home at Arcadia, and a Starke (Eastman' observation). 49 "Anyway, he's too nice to be guilty"/ I the home of Mrs P. M Barefoot,
to obtain more money for her of the west end of Bradford. He treat will be given each pupil of the So much for the winter tempera "He is guilty, so there." his daughter, with whom he made his
ily by discrediting Shepard'a wid- was one of the boys to do his bit school. A beautiful Christmas cantata ture. The high elevation of Starke I; "He is not!" I home for many years.
,and her relatives over seas during the world war. !!entitled "Inasmuch" will be rendered modifies the heat in summer and fog "He i ill, too!" I Rev. E. II. Joyner conducted the .
rs. Henry was returned to here Together with their friends we wish by the choir and school, also other arc.rarely seen. The humidHy is so "Ha I..." funeral services, after which the Mason
in I'erfy for Sunday In custody them a happy wedded life. i I('Interesting numbers. Mrs. O. G. Cooper low till the air is sometime "Nearly as "He "n't1"! i took charge and used the beautiful
k deputy sheriff, and Hopson whoBin ; and Miss Jessie Thomas are directing dry as at Ft. Yuma, California, where "Yezzeizl" Masonic service
custody of Sheriff Winn, of state. the exercises. the ink will at times dry between the And so on for 20 minute, until All of Mr Surrency' children were
Eton county, who has taken him In cases where a person lives more I The Methodist school will\ have a inkstand and the paper. All this "from out of the malstrom of altissl- present at the funeral except one
Be to'the Houston county jail eachHit than forty-eight hours after becoming tree for the pupils, and have also invited makes the climate here ideal, and climatic mo forensics," came this ultimatum: daughter, Mrs. T. B. Parker, who lives
was reported to have accompa- ill, as it was contended Shepard did, : all unfortunate children in the diseases seldom originate here. "You girl can stay here all day If at Hopkins, Mich.
the sheriff to Fitzgerald today traces of mercuric poisoning would be I town. There will\ be a program of HAMPTON. you want to. My husband I is goingto A largo concourse of people were
ummon two witnesses for the found in the kidneys and liver as well special Christmas music and a number BOOMING be mad if dinner Isn't ready, and present at the house and the cemeteryand
as in the intestines In the opinion of of recitations by charming chil I'm going to beat it right now and the floral offerings were beautiful
Hspatches from Fitzgerald said Dr. Harrold and Dr. W. J. Little, of .dren. Everyone cordially ,invited to I A number of farm were sold eiiJ run over to the delicatessen store" The United Daughters of the Confederacy -
son and the sheriff came there, Macon. Dr. Little declared that there attend. families located in the Hampton section Two minutes later the jury brought; sent a beautiful wreath and*
officer seeking Gordon Roberts, aButy were instances In which calomel had j Last Sunday morning the members by J. F. Homer, Hampton' real in a verdict of guilty. But it wasn't friends at Plant City sent flowers, besides .
who arrested Mrs. Cutts, and caused fatal poisoning but on cross-'( of the Christian Sunday school gave estate man, in the past few day*. Mr. altogether the aforesaid ultimatum many from Brooker ,
Bi Roland, a taxicab driver, whofe examination Dr. Harrold said he knewof gifts to one another, and Mr. C. Van Alatine, of Park Fall that did it the reporter intimates. The interment was mad' 'at Dedan.
the automobile in which she wasBight no such case. __ Wis., Mr., and Mrs C. Hartline, of Thu attorney 'for the defense had -
to Macon after her arrest. Dewey McCraney, of Abbeville, after SUCCESSFUL TEACHERS IN OUR. Rising Fawn, Ga.; L. A. Wheeler and made the tactical mistake of declarIng REQUESTS HOOKS TO BE RE- t t.1
sheriff's purpose in taking Hop- declaring that Peterson had,told COUNTY family and J. L. Williams and family, in summing up his case, "I appeal TURNEDThe
along could not be learned T>re. him he expected to get $5,000 as a of Fabius, Ala., have moved to Hampton I' .to you as women of average intelligence
result of "furnishing" evidence for According to the report of the state to make It their permanent home following books belonging to
aeon, Ga., Dec. 20.-Fred D. Shep- Mrs. Crandall and was going to see board of examiner filed in the office' and other are planning to go there Now, to make the picture complete, the U, D. C. library have been borrowed
K died of natural causes instead ofBon her about it, declared that Peterson' of the state superintendent of public soon. We extend to all these a hearty let some veracious adminiatered by his wife andHers character was "bad," and that he instruction, the following Bradford welcome and wish them success in process by which an ordinary male your/; books and see If they ore among
according to testimony Introfend would not believe him on oath. He county teacher successfully passedthe their new home jury arrives ,at its verdict.-St. Pet them.
here by the defense today leave the same character testimony examination held In Lake Butler --. ersburg Time The Southerners, presented by Mrs.
testimony to the effect that J. J. regarding Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Turner Dec. 7th to 9th: BAPTISTP. . ' J. M. Brownlee.
non, one of the state's witnesses, and their son, J. A. Turner, Jr., and State and special certificates-F. D. FIVE MILE Two Great Southerners, presentedby
said he "expected" to get: $5,000 some tenants on the Cutts farm. All Schell, Miss Jessie Lillian Wilson, H. Dover and F, 10', Flume will -- Mrs. D. E. Knight.
Kn Mrs Alice Crandall, Shepard' four of these had testified for the I Miss Lillie Barrlnpau, Lake Butler; take care of the gift to the orphan. Five' Mile, 'T) '!c. 24.-Wilbur Rime Surry of Eagle's Nest, presented by ''t
ier, for "furnishing testimony" for state that Mrs. Cutts had told themof I and S. S. Dowling, of Starke. visited his uncle, P. 1'. ,Dekle. Friday. Mrs J. E. Futch. ,
I prosecution and was going to see a plot to kill I Shepard and young First grade-T. B. Pinholster, age.The stated services for Sunday and H, B. Crosby and Evan Hodge visited Battle Ground Adventures of the '
I regarding the matter, also wasreduced. Turner had asserted she tried to employ Brooker; Miss Ada Register: Lake Wednesday. The night church services relative and friends here Fridayand Civil War, presented by Mrs.. Tomlln- ;
Other testimony was to him to poison Shepard.On Butler; Wilbur A. Scott, Starke. are at 7:30. Saturday son
I effect that Peterson had said if cross-examination: Solicitor Gen. Second grade..Mrs. Elva Abernathy The special Christmas program is Five Mile school closed last Friday. The Clansman,
did not get anything; he would "go' eral Garrett asked McCraney many Brooklyn; Miss Mildred K. Cros at 7:30 Friday evening. The gifts are A nice program was rendered by the The Victim, presented by Mrs. T.
IT to the other side. questions about an alleged midnight by, Mrs. Ella Green Minton, Barney devoted to the orphanage. pupil In the evening and was well at. N. Limbaugh.With .
Dr. C. C. Harrold-of Macon, whoprated conference between Mrs. Henry, Mrs. McRae, Starke; Miss Kathryn Dekle, Mr. L. L. King was buck at him post tended by patrons.R. Lee in Virginia ((2 copies),
on Shepard shortly before Cutts and Ernest Hopson, after the Lake Butler; Mrs. Beatrice Futch, Sunday, superintending the Sunday D. Faircloth and sister, Angelica, presented by Mrs J. L. Brownlee and
I death here June 1st, declared the first exhumation of Shepard's body. Raiford; Miss. Ollie Hague, Brooker; school. During,his absence Mr. J. T. of Lake Butler, attended the closing Mrs Emily Phillips
Bi died of general peritonitis and afcalyzed McCraney answered Solicitor Gar- Elisha W. Wilkinson, Sapp. Qbigley has very capably conductedthe exercises of Five Mile school Friday Leopard's Spots, presented by Pat-
condition of a portion of the rett's questions with, "Don't know as Third grade-Miss Mabel Brown, sessions evening. ton-Anderxon Chapter U. D. C. .
stine. He said he had no suspi- I remember," so often that even the Miss Cassie Cole, Miss Clara Dukes, Mrs. T. J. Dekle and son, Nelson, Return books to Lucia S. Alvarez, .
n at the time that Shepard was judge smiled, and finally\ when Mr. Mrs. Era __. Roberts, Miss Cora DOBSON and Cecil Gaskins, were guests of Mr. Past Historian
boned, declared that the calomel Garrett asked, "Who told you to nay Zeigler, Lake Butler; Miss Bertie arid Mrs. P. P. Dekle Sunday. I -.- ----.. ,_
med to have been given him by anifr that?" he replied, "Don't know as I Thomas, Miss Dora M. Cady, Starke I Dobson, Dec. 24.-Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Mis Marshall Proctor, of Lake MANNING'S CLOSE! CALL
physician shortly before death remember." Miss Ozelle Carver, Charlie I. Turner fowling were visitors to Olustee Butler was a guest of her sister, Mrs. I -
Hd I account for the presence of anil I Pine' Mount; Mrs. Annie Moore, Monday p P. Dekle, Thursday and Friday of Monday at noon, as the southbound
quantity of salt of .mercury Macon, Ga:, Dec. 21.-All four of Lulu; Mrs. Annie H, Willoure, Rai Johnnie Mike) attended church at last week. I express was Hearing' the depot Dave
H>d in the intestinal analysis, andBed the defendants_ charged: with poison I ford. Cypress Grove Sunday. Tom Hendrix and family have returned Manning, who lives north of Starke): "
that in Shepard's case poiion- ing Fred D. Shepard for his money, Mr. and Mrs Judson Hurst were to Five Mile ,'Tonlied the tracks with his wagon. ::J ,
Rfrom bichloride of mercury would were discharged here late tonight by METHODIST visitor to the Palestine section Mon. Ancil Parrish has moved to the Little When just on the main track: h. stopped L
b left trace in the kidneys and livIwo Judge Mathews. The judge held that
day. Springs neighborhood' i to light his pipe, not seeing that v
even granting that Shepard was poisoned Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Messrs. Judson Hurst and father, T. J. Dukes made a business trip to the train ,was only a hundred feet
experts for the state had test-! the state had not presented sufficient Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. M. IJ. Hurst, were business visitorsto Raiford Saturday. i away, Chief Kite saw the man's dun-
there were no traces of mercury evidence to connect them with Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Lake Butler Saturday. II. L. Duke and Math Dukes were ''Ilor and shouted to him to bet out of t
Bio kidneys and liver, but the find- the deed. He also declared testimonyof I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. Farmer of our section are busy shopping In Dukes Monday. the way. Manning gave his mule a
of salts in the intestines led Dr. experts regarding the alleged poisoning m. killing hog and grinding cane. Mr. Florence Gainey I I. visiting relative severe 'cut with the whip, and the
BKC, pathologist, of Atlanta, to atfcte was conflicting.The I The public cordially Invited to attend Miss Kathryn Dekle, teacher of our here 'wagon cleared the track just In time ) ,
death to birhloride of mercury courtroom which had been well all services. school, returned to her home in Met- Irvin Water wa a business visitor to avert a collision.\ :Manning calmly
trough Dr, Harrold the defense filled throughout the hearing was I 'J. C. DIGGS, calf to spend the holidays. here Monday ,{ struck another match and finished ,
pht out that in his own opinion crowded. tonight and friends of the ,;I N Pastor. I Mis Mae Johnson, of this section, N. G. Hayes, Sr., was here on busyness i i lighting his cob pipe. ...
re a man lived more than forty.defendants crowded around to congratulate : last week. : .
spent Friday night with her aunt - -----
Bt hours after becoming ill from them. As they left the CALL MEETING OF THE WOM- Mrs. Belle howling, of Lake Butler., Mr. F. L. Drawdy I Is confined to I Dennis Argo was a business visitor.
Bjoride poisoning, as it is contend courthouse, they were halted again on AN'S CLUB John Hurst was n visitor to Lake her bed with Jagrippe to Luke Butler\ Monday.
piepard did that traces would. beI the sidewalk to receive congratulations Butler Saturday Miss Norma Dolt! I e was the guest of |I I U. L. Duke and family were guests
'I in the liver and kidneys. !. Tuesday afternoon there was a Invitation are being received for' Miss Mae Duke Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle Monday
tense counsel in Baking. for dis- While counsel for the defense were meeting of the Woman's Club to determine the approaching; marriage of Miss Ardell Drawdy, Misses Mae Duke< afternoon '
Becontended that no competent congratulating each other Solicitor- the standing of this organization Susie Ella Hurst, daughter of Mr. and Norma Dekle attended a candy Norman PurrUh vlsltod In the Ft.
Btnco of guilt had been introduced. General Garrett, on being asked in regard to the pardoning of and Mr. M. H. Hurst, to Mr. Marshall pull at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. I/. Call section Sunday.
Bj" the court refused to entertain whether the grand Jury would Investigate Mendenhall. A letter wan read from Dobbs, son of Mr. and Mr. J. D. I G. Richardson Saturday. IL.. Drawdy and son, T. I,. were
motions, a recess was taken While\ the case, issued a statement ,In Mrs. Amos H. Norris, state chairmanof Dobbs, of Baker county, the marriageto Dana Duke was the guest of Klrke guests of Mr and Mrs. Ralph lover
Bpcf>nj considered. Evidence by which he said: social welfare, F. F. W. C., setting take place at the home of the bride. i and Julian Deklu Saturday night. Sunday.
Jh the state sought to show thatpt "I am satlafied that I have done my out the fact sin the caoe. After going ----.- -" Oren), Kirko and Julian Duklo were Miss Lurlln Vamcs returned! to her
ITopson was in possession of duty. What the future handling of over the matter it was unanimously "Mrs. Roscoe McLane returned Sun guest of Dana Duke Sunday. home In Johnstown Saturday.
I than $2,000 shortly before ShcpBJ the matter will be I have no opinionto voted that the Starke Woman' dub day afternoon from Orlando where Prof, and Mrs. L. H. Futch, having! Russell Varnes visited relatives in
death and that he had no gainful express It will be shaped largelyby go on record ax emphatically opposedto she spent several days visiting rela closed l a successful term of school thin section and attended the closing
ation was introduced by the circumstoneti. the pardon of J. J. M !nd nhall. tives. here, have returned to their home at exercises of our school Friday.



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Quite a number of the younger set HAMPTON Evelyn and Marion Jones, Wilma Al- Mrs. M. L. Rawley Mrs;. C. E. Har
enjoyed a social at the home of E. 'B. exander, Julia :Maxwell, Hilda Dur- ] per and Mrs W. B. Alexander

i ---._...., Andreu'Saturday night.Dr. Hampton Dec. 24.-A. J. Durden of den, Byrel Mullady, Leona Mullady, After: having enjoyed
II I- y Tribble was a professional cal Miami!, is the truest of his mother, Cecil Hall, Daisy Moore Vera Saxon, for several hours they; themselves
I ler here during the week. Mrs. J. IHirden, this week. Inez Drawdv. Bessie Maxwell, Reba little friends wished their t

,I ; County News items l Mesdames Reaves and Pons and Mrs. II. J. Cribbs is the guest of Maxwell, Nad>y Marcionny, Alma adelphla and a a Merry pleasant Christmas trip to Phil...
; children were visitors at the home of her daughter Mis. Annie Davis, of after
I'. Dyal, Margaret Houser, Lettie Johns, I! which they all left for the
G. M. Beville last week. Clear-water, this week. moving
-" Erma Johns, Mrs. E. C. Williams, picture show.
Miss Lubedia Pinholster spent the Mrs J. W. Bedenbaugh was shopping -
Interesting- fact Gathered DurlnC the Week by Our week-end in Starke, guest of her in Starke Tuesday. .

< Regular Correspondents. friend, Misi Pearl' Lewis. I Mrs Mary Hunter was attending'to

Mrs. Arrie Colson and daughter, business in Gainesville Monday

a,) ..., '-- "'--' Virginia, spent Saturday here with Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was
Mr. I. W. Pinholster. attending to professional business in

J .. LAKE BUTLER parents. Misses Grace and Leta Fogg spent our town Monday.
Miss Carrie Belle Brown returnedto the week-end at their home at Gra Mr. and Mrs. David Jones were at-
her home Friday afternoon to be ham. tending to business in Starke Tuesday.
i Lake Butler, Dec. 24.-The entertainment with home folks during tho holidays. fir
'\ the High School Hewitt of Five I S. A. Bryan of Starke, passed thru -
jtiv4nat Mr. and Mrs. Moss J. J. Brannen was in Starke on business
1 ,here last week crroute to Wannee.
was a splendid success and was well Mile, were looking after business matters Tuesday.
Chealey Fogg, of Graham, was here ) al
t Ay
+, attended. Butler Tuesday.: '
v i in Lake Mr. and Mrs. Hartlme were trans-
1 Saturday business.
( Miss Mamie Denmark, of Raiford, Mis. Garland Parnell, of Jackson- J. W on and acting busines sin Staike Friday.
Morgan family, accom
Client,, Tuesday with Mrs. John Crews. ville is the guest of her parents, Mr. % Jones Mrs. A. A. Futch and Mrs. K. B.
panit'd by Miss Ethel 1 and Mrs.
i .' Miss Sadie Grime, of Manning, spent and Mrs L. A. Duncan, this week. Emily Abbott wen shopping in the Watterson were shopping in Starke
k Tuesday in Lake Butler, Mrs. R. L. Hilton, of Jacksonville, I, Monday. iWd
seat Saturday.J. .
of the Chris- is the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. and
intermediate boys guest W. L. Finholnter was a visitor to Tceples daughters, /# t
tiun Sunday school met "at the home Mrs. F. M. Rivers. Starke afternoon.T. Virginia and Annie Ruth, are visiting ,
Friday "
of Mr.:and Mrs. John Crews Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Rawls and baby, L. Godwin spent Sunday with his friends and relatives in Hahira, Ga.,
r evening for the purpose of organizing of Worthington, were guests of Mr. family. this week.
40I.I a clans and Mrs. C. A. Robert. this week. A. M. Williams was in Starke on
-.I .. Tom Chastaln spent Tuesday even- Mrs. II. Long and children, of Five There will be services at the FreeWill business Saturday.

1 ing in Jacksonville. Mile, motored to Lake Butler Tues Baptist church Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper were attending
Mr and Mrs. Edgar Miller enter- day afternoon.Mrs. and evening by the pastor, E. B. Joy- to business matters in Gainesville
ner. The Saturday service has been
tamed; a number of their friends Mon- II. N. Stanton visited friends Monday.
d"/ from 8 to B at their home in honor in Tampa this week. lostponed. Miss Eva Hodges, who has been

\ of the GOth birthday of Mr. E. R. Rev. W. C. Armstrong delivered ,an from Mrs.malaria.M. P. Mathony is suffering. .pending several weeks with friends !?// . .

v', M Her. Many nice presents were re- able sermon Sunday morning and end relatives in Macclenny, returned
rc-ived and pictures were made of the evening and told of his trip to Kisgirnmoo Mr. and !wire. A. A. Hazen were home Monday.

f I guest. After a pleasant time spent where he attended the fonven- shopping in Starke last week. Mrs. Mag)?Tb Stuart, of Alton, has

together they were Invited into the '. Marion Malphurs, of Cooter Pond, been the guest of her parents, Mr.

dining loom where delicious punch i tion.Dick Davis,' of Five Mile, was in. was in town Monday morning. and Mrs. J. H. Cribbs.
l' and cake were served. town Saturday. Ben Crosby is at home again after W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was attending -
(I I teaching a very successful term of to business here Tuesday. I
r Those present were Mr. and Mrs.! R. M. Price is hte guest of Mrs. D. I
school at Sampson City J. B. Alexander was a business visitor -
Alderman Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong this.week.
G. W. Floyd '
1F Miss Edna Baxter spent the ",' ek- to Gainesville Monday,
'I I
/ Mr. and Mrs. II. 1.. Fowler, The W. M. U. met Wednesday afternoon I
end here with her parents. ., Misses May, Evelyn and Marion
lde8l1ri. S. S. Proctor, Joe Hill Williams Mrs.A. .
at the Baptist church,
". Mesdames II. Rosenberg, F. L. C, Strickland presiding. A union Xmas tree and short prog- ,Jones and Master Eugene Henry left
Sunday morning for to
ram will be carried out at the Baptist Philadelphia,
1 Seeber King Miss
WIRe E. Maine :, Red
I ThT! local branch of American
+ Ingram and Mrs. Edgar Miller.J.a'y church Saturday night Dec. 25th: spend the holidays with friends, and
Mr Cross will hold their election of offi- relatives. I 1
Varncs of Johnstown, motor-1 leers first Song-Choir,
for the ensuing the
year Mrs. W. B. Roper returned home ,
Prayer-Rev. J. W. Woods.
od( to Luke Butler Tuesday afternoon Tuesday in January. Each member ;.'
Sunday after spending several week
Old Testament ProphecyClaraCone.
Miss Ina Alderman spent Sunday
f requested to be present. Rev. Russell, of Jacksonville, delivered YALLElT
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Joe Doming, ir., of New River, was j interesting sermons At the Chris-
'. Alderman. 1 Introductory talk-E. L. Crosby.
business visitor hero Tuesday.
l a tan church Saturday evening and Suit- '
'+ Oulter Boyd, of Worthington, was W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was ,Music, Silent Night. day morning.Muses .
11 1 business visitor to Lake Butler Sat- in town Tuesday Recitation-Wilson Russ. OFGIANTS

#1 l ., \ urday. I i Mrs. M. E. Smith, of McRae, Ga., Birth of Christ-Hazel Warren Jones May, Evelyn and Marion
\ II. J., Stewart has returned to his matron of South" Georgia College, Song and March-Twelve Girls were given a surprise' party
and Christmas tree at the home of
home in Rradentown after jlcftsant Mrs. Recitation-Pearl Gainey.Christ's .
spent Sunday with her sister, R.
their friend, Mrs. W. B. Alexander,
s visit with Mr. and Mr,. Kinney Town- E. pell. Purposes-Lubedia Pinholster.
Friday. The girls were invited to
send. i Lake Butler Chapter Eastern Star v
; Mrs. Alexander's in the
P. P.: Dtklc and son, Julian, were met Dec. 14th and the following officers Talk on Christ's PurposesRev'. I early eveningand I
ushered into the ,
were parlor
shopping: In town Saturday. were elected: Woods. :: ." > -
I, Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appointment Worthy Matron, Mrs. R. E. Dell. Music I which was beautifully decorated with I
and ferns. In the of
at New River Saturday and Sun- Prayer-E. L. Crosby. poinsettia middle PETERKtNE' 1 1AVTLfOR
Worthy Patron, Dr. J. E Maines. I this beautiful parlor was the Christ :
.. day.Mrs. I, ABHO. Matron, Mrs. II. N. Stanton. C. Hodge, 'who lived on the farmof mas tree laden with for the I .
D. W. Borum and daughter, Secretary, Miss Marshall Proctor. John Colson, died suddenly Mon, I '' " ,
I ... Mary,and Miss Ruby Phillips spent Treasurer, Mrs. G. A. Epperson. day afternoon. He had been in bad guests. Santa, in his usual merry j H.r K '

aturdny In 1'ulatka shopping I Conductress, Mrs. Ii. F. Priester.Aeso. health for some time but had been mood A delivered the gifts. COPYRIGHT PAY .PETER-. KYNf 't Iw
.1 .. Miss Ruby Phillips left Sunday for Conductress, Mrs J. R. Chas active/up until his death. I conversation peanut contest was enjoyed,also social .
\ her home in Elco, Ga., where she will taln. He leaves a wife and several chil- and music was
j .' the dren of which all enjoyed after which the guests were "
spend holidays.P. 1 A. C Brannen died at his home on are about grown,
W. Borum spent Sunday in Val- Dekle street Tuesday afternoon. to mourn his departure. The community -.invited to the dining room, decoratedwith .

i1ollta.IIr.. I The house occupied by Willie Williams extends their sympathy to the ferns and poinsettia; Chocolateand '
1' and Mrs B. D. Harrell and children caught fire Saturday morningbut family in their bereavement. Those sandwiches were served. I A Romance of the RedwoodsIn

Ijavo returned to their home af was extinguished before much The funeral services ,were conducted present were Misses May, '
ter a visit with relatives in Georgia. by Rev. Joyner and interment in -
damage was done.
Your Money Back If Rat Snap Doesn't this stirring narrative of the
:A. E. Proctor was visitor to Jacksonville There will be a Xmas tree at the Dedan cemetery where a number of I I f
Come Up These ClaimsRAT
Friday evening. Methodist church Friday evening and friends met to pay their last'respects California forests men battle for a
SNAP is absolutely strong
\k R. E. Dell is home again after sev. old Santa will be there. to him.
\,' t eral days visit in Jacksonville last Mrs. Rafe Johns and Mrs. J. D. Pad Mr. Hodge lived in this community kill rats and mice. Cremates j section of country as big as a principality. The fight a,
Rodents killed with RAT
week. salesladies for several years and has many friends SNAP of the father hold the
gett are scerving as leave I Cardigans, and son, to Valleyof
: no smell. Rats all food
.M1 1 Misses Lizzie Townsend 'who regret to learn of his death. pass up
R. E Dell during the holidays.
and Mrs. DeWitt McGill _F to get at RAT SNAP. Their first I the Giants against the treachery of Colonel Pen-

motored to Stnike last week. ..R meal is their last. RAT SNAP comes nington, and the part played by the Colonel's niece in
in cakes. No mixing. Cats will
or dogs
Rev. S. S. Proctor was a visitor to Unhappy In Friendship
not touch it. 3 sizes 35c 65c $1.25. deciding the issue make a tale of unsurpassed interest
t to the State Farm Saturday. Brooker, Dec. 24.-Rev. Ridenour, Many people expect too much from ,
I Noble Armstrong, of Gainesville, is of Orange Heights, filled his appoint- their friend They may themselves Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones. The exhilarating breath of the big woods is
Ii at home for the holidays ment here at the Baptist church Sun be so thoroughly genuine and sincere I

I E. R. Poppell, of Starke, motored to day and Sunday night. that they:! expect nil their friend. to be Habitual la 14 Constipation to 21 Cored present on every page. The reader finishes with a sense
Luke Butler Saturday. Lewis Shriver business the same and when' they discover Days ,
was transacting ,' of having lived with big men
It't, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkins, of New in Gainesville Saturday after- little faults la their Idol they feel the prepared LAX-FOS SyrupTonialaxaSlveorHsbltual WITH PEPSIN" U a specially. and women in a big country. Our NeW C erla.0 I!

River, motored to town Monday aft noon. ( disappointment west acutely. Do not Constipation. It relieves promptly but

t, ,I ternoon. Mrs. H. S. Warren has been on the pitch your slaudurd too high then yon should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto I
j 1 i Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a sick list for the past week but is Im- are less likely to have your Idol shat induce regular action. It Stimulates and

visitor here Monday afternoon. proving at this writing.E. tered. Try to remember that friend : Regulates._ Very Pleasant to Tab.* 60c .
.. _. ..
.. Hubert Bennett, of Johnstown, was L. Stewart and family are on the will never disappoint us If we observe per bottle. '" -
a business visitor to Lake Butler on sick list this week. two simple, rules : (1) to find oat

n I r' :Monday M. D. Price was looking after business wtiat they are; (2) to expect them w'' r

.' : , Miss Lucile Varncs was a guest oft interests here part of last week.R. ** Jut that. f
(" Mrs. S. S. Proctor Saturday. A. Weeks and family spent last

'ji .' Marvin Varnes, of Johnstown} was Thursday in StarkerN. I I To Cure a Cold In One Day I 1t
in town Saturday looking after business . T, Ritch was here on business Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (T.btet.) It ", 1I
W4' affairs last week.A. stops. the Couth .nd Hmdach and ,.work off thSold. < t
"" J. (; E.W. GROVE;'," .IJD.t....on Milt, box. Me. --
E. Maines Jr., is at home for B. Shaw and family, of Gainesville -
i I the holidays. spent the week-end here with
l' L Casper Duncan 'it at home for a friends. a

kit vacation. CARDUI HELPED b

Walter Knight left Friday evening" Cold Cause hip ana Influenza ite.

'\ for his home. LAXATIVE:BROMO QUININE Tablets mnmthC i e.IC
James Maxwell left Friday for .UM. Then U only on* "&_ Quinine.' REGAIN STRENGTH THE UNIVERSAL CAR ICfr

i t. Hampton to spend Christmas with his C.W GROVE'S .l..n.> ion boa. aoc.I "
: t Genuine Ford SerVice---and parts '.

I i :.. Alabama La y WM Sick For Three s.1d
Yean, Suffering Pain N Nerrou Cs
; Give him d'box;'; of and Depressed-Real Her: Insut on genuine Ford part for your Ford car. Mail order houte tore. lvth

i Owe Story of Recovery. and garage*'sell imitation-counterfeit part which have not the quality of

I the genuine Ford part, but the Authorized Ford Dealers as well aa the tn I

Authorized Sales and Service Dealers sell only the genuine Ford-made parts i In

; : CIGARS You ore safe with them, while your car is mighty unsafe if repaired with [ isel.
\\l I I It hint Rock Ala.-Mrs. C M. Btegmll 1I [ .
: ... ; imitation parts. The real Ford parts are made from the same properly heat- I I I
,, tilf
'I rLL' ,,': 't' tot-ing treated steel as their counter-parts in the Ford car. Every part is heat- I ., yo0

.."A'. ',:. ,' ,:., I eO"1'71 "I was la a weakened con treated according to its use. Depending upon the service they perform.Ford byI
, :' \ Ii
dition. I wu sick: three years la bed I
{' : :" : WE NOW MAKE A of ferine a great tleal'of pain weu.D.eM'OUII i I a'
i :r ... , parts are tempered to insure the longest life. Tested after almost ev. urie
depressed. 'I was so weak.
[ ;{1' .". SIZE AT $2.25 THE1BOX OF 50L"I. I couldn't walk across the floor: Just ery operation while being manufactured, these parts present a vad/!' ,

CIGARS. ALSO AN EXT R A bad to lay and my little ones do IbeW0l'1I erence from those not manufactured under Ford supervision. Counterfeit "
:. I 'was almost dead. I tried
r SPECIAL AT every thing I heard of, and a bumber of parts range'from thirty to seventy-five per cent below the quality of the
{ $2.75 THE BOX OF doctors. Still 2 didn't get any. relief.I Ford standard. Don't take chances; demand Ford parts they are safer.

50 CIGARS. belfrre couldn't Tt I eat.hadn't and heard slept ef poorly and taken I I Bring your ford to us and thus make "assurance doubly sure." If you wanta I

Cartel I would! have died. I bought Ford car, truck or Ford son tractor leave your order with out delay, as lbA
six bottles, after a neighbor told me I
,,' what It did for her. I now we can make fairly prompt delivery Touring Cars, Coupes, Sedans,

Leave your order at "I began. to eat and sleep began to I Runabouts, Trucks and Fordson Tractors. Why not trop in and talk over

; gain lay strength; and am now well ?
4, I your wants ;
and strong. I haren't had any trouble

sine ... I sure can teeUrto the I I
good that Cardu.1 did me. I don't S
R. & R. CigarCompany think there Is"n' better tonic made I P
\ ,; and I believe it saved my life." The Ford Garage

For over 40 Tears, thousands of women II
have used Cardol successfully,
In the treatment of many womanly
aflmenU. I I STARKE A. W. & G. A. Anderson FLA. I .

If yon suffer as these women

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;. PUREBRED PIGS ] that nothing else is necessary. ness and prosperity end at Pine Hill!, guest of Miss Vera exercises. J. W. .Lewis --
I t I It l is only in rare cases that a soil Rer. Boyer filled his appointment Surrency. Church services Rock to the was a business visitor
at Saturday county scat Saturday.
There are tnany country and small I analysis will show the fertilizer needsof at the Baptist church Sunday. An interesting Christmas programwil and Sunday, by the pastor Rev. J. II. Miss Vera
Mk town boys who are anxious to become the soil. No one has yet devised a Sunday school Christmas tree exercises lie rendered at the school literary Jtelley. end Surrency spent the "wV
at Pine Hill
will be held at the Methodistand guest of her
be determined
the of pig. The wide-awake method by which can parent..
owner a
society this afternoon and all J. B. Thomas ika
I in Baptist churches Friday and Sat. patrons was In the Louise section John Thigpen
{ the available amount of plant was a visitor
tf boy has seen recent newspaper ac- to the !
are invited to be with
us during the Saturday.
counts about the winnings of club the soil. Until such a method is devised urday evenings, respectively. The I county seat Friday.

boys at county and state faire He Is a soil analysis is of little valuebecause Baptist and M. E. church, South, Sunday _ V - .- - .
naturally saying: to himself, "1f this it merely shows the total schools will hold their services - -' =

boy did that thing' I ran do it, too." amount of plant food present. together. ... -
The laurels won by his neighbor boy If those desiring information in re- B. L. Blanchard, of Jacksonville, ..

+J and friend has spurred him to a determination I,gard to fertilization would give other spent Sunday at his home. at

to show what he ran do. | necessary data, amore intclligent'an- Henry Burney was a visitor to I

Such a determination ia a fine thing swer could be given. In writing for Jacksonville Tuesday.S. .
advice answer the following ques- : \V. Leach and son, Edward, of
1 1 iu have. It should be encouraged by "
i' I Jacksonville visitors .
all fathers and mothers and teachers 'tion: were here Sun h Zr

and all others who are Interested< and What crops have you raised for the day. -
concerned in the welfare of the boy. last two or three years TVhat was
'V This is the characteristic which, if the yield t What was the appearanceof UOBSON -

properly nourished will result in the the crops as to health, size, color, -
etc.? Dobson, Dec. 21.-Marion\ Dowling, r
.A successful farmer
boy's becoming a of Lake Butler, visited his brother,
work What kind and how much fertilizerhas
The biggest
r 'y and business man. : Jesse' Dowling, of this section Mon
division been applied to the soil?
of the :
{ of the ntst is that of making better I Were there any abnormal conditionssuch day.Bert Christmas
Shaw; called to the bedside
cold -
as drought, wet weather t\
i farmers, and it has been found that I
of his brother Charlie Shaw of
which have influenced tho growthof ,
e the greatest: hope lies in the youth of may
the land. There is murh truth in the tho crop? Baker county, Saturday night. t
-- Mrs. Elizabeth Vining, of Baker Messenger- e t
teach old dog
maxim. You can't an
LAWTEY county has moved back to her old

I' -new tricks. home in this section. The residents \
Encourage the boy. Help him. l>o are glad to have her back again.
Lawtey, Dec. 24.-Mrs. E. D. Boyer
rot allow him to get a poor start. Such Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews arc
will result in failure and failure in was a visitor to Jacksonville the first spending this week in Jacksonville.

youth is destructive of faith and pluck part of the week.
/ Mr. and Mrs. ,Arthur Brannen, of
>} See that the boy gets the bent pig to Mrs. W. II. Miner was a visitor to Lake Butler, are moving back to their 'J

'l'' be had. Let nothing: stand in the way Jacksonville Friday. farm in Palestine section.J. :
Mrs. L. II. Hill and brother, Harold -
of this. Fathers will do well to scan '
D. Dobbs and son, Marshall, of -'
1 the pages of the farm papers to learn Pearce, were visitors to Jackson Baker county, were business visitorsto N Hirt _ns'r +

where purebred pigs can be purchas ville Wednesday. Lake Butler Monday.
Enoch Griffis was a visitor to the
ed. Early in January, on the 3rd and .Drew Beasley was in Lake Butler
d 4th, there will l>e a number of ,Duroc- county seat Friday. Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells returned
Jersey sales. There are by Highland
We are sorry to report the serious
Oaks Farm, Piorce, Florida, and Willie home the first part of last week from illness of Charlie Shaw. in

& Ramsey, Evinston, Florida. Ont their bridal trip down the East coast. Mrs. Earnie Mikell, of Lake City
Mrs. J. T. Moore and Mrs. W. H. v" '.
January 24th and 25th Poland Chinas
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
,. can be bought; of Suwannee Farms, Edwards were shopping in Jacksonville se Dowling one day last week. t

I, V Live Oak, Florida, and Beacham Stock Tuesday.W. Mrs Math Hurst and daughter,
L. of Plant City wasa
Farm, Aluchua, Fla. Overstreet
Miss Susie Hurst in
were shopping
visitor to Lawtey Tuesday of last .
The hogs that will be offered for Lake Butler Monday. ..... ..
ale by these hog men are good stock. Mrs. Lizzie Greene-of Sanderson,
..; Some of the animals from these farms Mrs Colon Miller and children spent
r spent last week in Lake Butler, the
I several days last week with relativesIn
: have established\ international records guest of her ''daughter Mrs. J. W.

i When you buy hogs, buy only purebred the Wateroak section. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Miller of Greenville

I and the best of them you can find R. D. Green was a business visitorto
i The best breeders in Florida are producing S. C., are guests for a few daysat Lake Butler last week. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. -
s as good stock as can be found. :
Mrs Emma Floyd and daughter, .
Santa Claus
oV --- Moore. ,, always carries candy-for 78 years he has ;
Miss Madie in Palat-
spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs Starling Peeples and r i .,
RED ROT OF SUGAR CANE ka. carried Whitman's-this 'i'
!4t children, of West Palm Beach, are i' year more than ever. Make up ;

Red rot of sugar cane is a fungous spending a few days at the home of THERESSA ,;r; your list"of Christmas candy now and trust us to deliver .' ;
\ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mathis.Mr. .
"f\ disease that may appear in any cane ". .
and Mrs. Joe Starling of Jack I the best candies in attractive :
field. It does not usually show itself Theressa, Dec.24.-Rev. C. J. Barnsof most packages This year ,
1 until after the has been bedded sonville, spent a few days last weekat ;
cane '
.,: a few months. It develops more rap the home of Mr. and Mrs. James the Lake Baptist City, filled church his Saturday appointmentat and :'i' J" put on your list for finest candies a few people who will

idly if the cane in the bed becomes dry Starling.Mr. Sunday, delivering' interesting ser appreciate them but who seldom are able to get them. tI
says A. P. Spencer, vice-director of and Mrs. Julius Eunice, of Mac- mon i V V

agricultural extension. For that read denny, were visitors at the home of Miss Elythe Collins has returnedto ; : I I

\ son cane will usually keep better if Mrs. R. M. Prevatt the first of the her home at Lakeside from New

bedded in shallow piles with nil the week. River, where she had been teaching
..' stalks lying close to the ground. Charles S. Hill, of Palmetto, spent school. Sold by

Red rot shows itself by red streaks Sunday at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sullivan of Starke .
located in the pith of the stalks. The L. 11. 11111.Robert were visitors here last week.
I red streaks border off into Moore was a visitor to the '
white spotsin SCOTT
Messrs. P..M .Geiger and Ben Hall DRUG CO. .
typical cases of led rot. If the county seat Saturday. were transacting business in Palatka
cane planted last year had any of thisappl'aranre Mrs II. R. Sapp was shopping in Wednesday.

and if any of the stalks Jacksonville Tuesday.J. Mrs Henry Koon and little Eugene
son, -
showed stunted growth, it is almost |B. Rowe was a business visitorto of Punta Gorda, arrived here 4

certain that it was infected.If Plant City Wednesday. Thursday to the
spend holidays with
diseased cane Is Inid in a bed with Mrs. T. J. Terry was shopping In her Mr. ir.:
parents, and Mrs. J. P. Pad
good: cane, the entire bed is likely to Jacksonville the first part of last week gett.
become diseased. Anyone suspectingred \ Mrs. W. E. Torode and children
Misses Eloise Owsley, Estelle Wood-
rot to be present in his field should were visitors to Starke Friday. ard Rhoda and
Eunice Bennett Messrs.
by all means avoid saving it for seed. William Addison, of South Florida, Ben Hall, Blanton Owsley, Calvin
At this time of tho year the disease was a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. ?
Triest Arthur
4 usually has not spread through the Miss Della Blanchard was a visitorto ard, John Hall and G. M. Bennett Two Dollars Year After
rnnes to make it worthless for syrup. Starke Friday.J. went to Hampton Friday night and a
Therefore the best disposition to make L. Hasrell was in Jacksonville on attended the
't f commencement exercisesof
of infected cane l is to grind: it for sy business Tuesday. the Hampton school.
rup. The following means of control A son was born to Mr and Mrs. Z.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace
have been recommended Cal Prevatt Dec. 12th.E. left
; Sunday afternoon for Worth Ga. Next Week
Plant only healthy canes. Any canes E. Burney was transacting business where they will visit relatives and .
showing even the slightest discoloration Tuesday. friends for sometime.Mrs. .
of the interior should bo discard- Roy Reddish was a visitor to the
.,1. E. A. Gaines and sister. Miss
1 county seat Friday.
Rhoda Bennett, were shopping in the
As an extra preventive the selectedranes Mrs. B. L. Blanchard was a visitorto
may bo dipped in bordeaux mixture Jacksonville Saturday. county metropolis Saturday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore attendedthe
,, just before being planted. This MCI. L. H. Hill was a visitor to exercises ,
at the
I will kill any fungus that may have Starke Friday. Hampton school Remember that
Friday night.P. the
"" Cotton onto the cut ends or surfaces. Doyle Boyer of Jacksonville,, is M. Getger those Tel'egraph's subscrip- A
was at
.'1 Whenever possible plant the cane spending a few days at the home of among

In the fall instead of bedding them: In his parents. the Henry county Woodard seat Saturday., of Lakeland, came tion price will be $2 per year after the closeof
I the southern part of the state it is Mrs. Louis Marr returned tome on
'j{ not too late to plant now This does Saturday from Sapp station where up Sunday afternoon to spend a few
I away with contamination in the bed. she has been spending several days.! days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. on December 31st. If you wish
B. Woodard.
$ Select tho more resistant varieties Mrs. Ury Gunter and little daughter -

,f for seed. of Jacksonville, are spending a spent Mr the and week-end Mrs. Jim with Koon her, of Waldo, to,make a saving of 50 cents on your nextyear's

Hum all trash"' in the old bed and few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.G. parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett.
all diseased L .Futch.
--cane.-. Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville P.,M. Geiger and Miss Florence Hall subscription make your remittance at .
were visitors to
SOIL ANALYSIS was visiting relatives here Sun. afternoon Hampton Saturday

M day and Monday. once.
Mrs. Ceo.: Adams and children left .
Do you ever wish to have your soil David Durban, Jr.. of Jacksonville;
Friday Miami,' where they will
analyzed for the purpose of learning spent Sunday at the home of his par. visit relatives awhile before'
what fertilizers it needs to enta.
produce to their home in Macon, Ga.
certain crops? Dr. R. W. Ruprecht, Mr. William Addison and Mixs Su- Arthur Bennett, of Winter Park, Is This advance was delayed for three yearsin
in charge of the C'hOmlcallabontories sic Lowery were quietly married last

at the Florida Experiment Station, Thursday. They will make their homein visiting M. lU nnett.his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. the hope 'that

says that farmers frequently send in South Florida at present and their ) paper
S. R. Swlndel
and daughter Gertie
for analysis samples of soil, believing many friends wish them much happlI ,
were among the visitors to Hampton price but :
Saturday. pre-war ,

+III I 11#++++*-M++11 M 11 111111111 ii I 1111 it 1111 All members of the Baptist churchare 91
requested to be present Sunday taking place, ,and the
afternoon for the election of officers

Seed Potatoes for the ensuing year. scription price beco
, people of our community are

; II f SPAULDINfiS No. I HOSE IRISH COBBLERS- the planning Christian to have church.a Christmas tree at .


i We are fortunate in our contracts which make it possible (Ewe's Tasteless ohm firth Address remittances I

I will to mtarM eorrgy bjr purify!** sod rii
,1 to quote lowest market prices. It pay ;you .
rlchlni! the blood. You ran soon feel b Plmitn
,I... get our Prices before buying and our Quality before |.
i planting. Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality

: Maine Grown; selected'! especially for seed. ZIFF .
*, V
Send for Free Catalogue and Seed Special, giving Ziff, Dec. 24.-Mrs. G. Dupree and

Revised Prices on new crop Seed,Mean*!. Peas Red Seal children, of Pine Hill, were :week-en4 l The

4 I Tomato, Cucumber" Seed" Pepper, Etc. We carry all the guests of her sister, Mrs. Miles Kclley. -

( leading nnd standard varieties of Seed that have been } ,

tested! and k own to he adapted to our soil and climate. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Kelley were .

; Seed Oats, Rye Vetch Rape Etc. The planting season I shopping in Brooker Saturday afternoon <

e ,1\\ is near at hand. Our information service is free. Call V'V. :
I Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was a
3 on us for any information on your crops ;you might professional caller in this section last : ":. ;

TIt think we can supply. Thursday. ,

OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA" j Mildred Thlgpen. was numbered on
the sick list last week. STARKE
Mr and Mrs. James \ ,
Padgett and _
E. A. Martin Seed Co. ,
children were in Brooker Saturday af

. J1 202.206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville;; Florida ternoon. I
Mrs J. B. Thoma!! and daughter,
i J HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS Lomie were among: those shopping in
Brookcr Saturday.

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1 Goodge, of Sampson, were' shopping Gerald] and' Grafton Adkins were, possible to, save the )patient." Court of Florida In and for the county of

Claus' Letters here Monday. visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.S. Extreme care should he taken in I .Bradford dated. on the let day of IXvrmber.aiajem .

: Santa O. W. Dyal and Joe Durchel, were C. Crews made a business tripto the handling of all (fireworks, Dr. .I wh.-M'ln, ftuinaed}.",m. N.aetiein Clyatt ulsija.faille I Markham uf 'orni

visitors to .Waldo Saturday. Raiford Saturday.Rev. Green advises. The smallest wound and "herl"-V. ( lysit. minor by Kmma N.

' J ---- SMell Byrd is back with his parents J. Mullady filled his appointment may result in lockjaw, and his warning <'Ir.", hi. guardian and next trirad React.
\ after spending several months in here Sunday.Mr. is ("1,... Mneon and Walter Occur Clyatt. minor .
t COLON. N. C. three dolls with long hair and a sleepy I being sent broadcast throughout .nd I). C ('1,1. minor, by llatri Cly (1
doll and I want them to have on slippers Ohio. and Mrs. R. J. Turner, little the state in an cgort to prevent itt Maeon. tlwir nmt frlrnd. are complain- ; *
.1 Ervin Dyal spent Sunday with his Hazel and brother are spending the Christmas fatalities. Tetanus antitoxin ante. and Rmma; Theo Clyatt U defendant
Old Santa and socks and I want three tea authorlitlnir the nndemlvnod. "mml..lnn.
Dear : ae "
. I will write you to tell you what I sets and three doll beds and three brother- T. D. Dyal, of Ziff. Xmas holidays with relatives near is furnished free by the State "".. trt ..ell the following drerrllied firoperty
here. altnate In Rrndford County. (f'lorliia ......wlt.
A crowd of relatives] and friends Board of Health.
roach comb of blue rib-
,want. Please bring me a carriages 'and two yards The R..lh..1 Quarter of Southweat Quarter
' .and a ring and some fruit. I will bon piece and I want three boxes of enjoyed a candy stew Saturday nigh and the Southwekt. Quarter of HoutheantQuarter
at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. Hiram MILLER HIGHLAND: and the South Half of 8oiithea
and too.
lose. A friend of youra.FLOKENE. chocolate candy some apples Uuarlrr of Soiitlua.t Quarter, all In Section
WARD. Santa .I want the dolls,to have on a Wasdin. Its. In Townehlp 6 South Range 11 Fa.t I

blue dress' and a red dress and a pink Little Dot Berry Is on the sick list Miller, Dec. 24.-Carl Brown and Highland] Dec. 24.-Miss Route Wilkinson Half aim of the Northweit Northra Quarter Quarter of and Section th. 1.Ea In>t

Dear Old Santa: dress. So bye-bye, Santa. Don't forget this week. Earl Peejiles] have arrived home to was a visitor to Lawtey Thursday lowimhlp fl South n."". 17 Pant containing

AS this is drawing near Christmastime us. We live on the Lake Butler Communion every Sunday at the spend the Xmas holidays with their In all 840 acres more or lt.., ... will In
i Bradford County, "" for site. end ,
I will tell you what I want you and Fort Call road, 22 miles from Christian church. parents. They are students of Georgia Brown Bennett, of Jacksonville] arrived pill the paid proiterty on the premiere durlnirthe

to bring me. Please bring me a big tarke. Misses Grade and Leta Fogg "pl'nt Tech, Atlanta. Wednesday to spend" the holidays legal' hour of eel, on Monday, the Srd

story book and a roach comb and IDA M. CARROLL, the week-end with relatives.] Miss Anna Belle' Preples' who is with his mother, Mrs, J. A. Star day beet of Itlddrr January for .,..h.1921 aaid to. eale the ttelnr hlirheat for and the

ome big red apples.] This is all I DAISY ELISE CARROLL, attending the High Springs school, ling.Mrs. bumoee of partition of said landa.

trill ask for. 'I CARRIE JANIE CARROLL. POPULATION OF UNITED has returned home to spend the holidays W, J. Hardee and.l children returned This IVevmbrr t, l 1980... f. FR I.ICK.

Your ]loving girl.STELLA. STATES NOW with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to their home at Micanopy on 8. 8. PI'MMFRS.!
MAE WARD. I Dear Santa Claus: I 105,708,771 II. C, Peeples. Wednesday, after a few days visit W. O. BROOKS.l .
with her !Mr. and !Mrs. F. M. -10-4t-12-81 Commlaalonera.ter .
-- I will write to you to let you know Population of the United States Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas, of parents, ,

LAKE BUTLER what I want for Christmas. I wanta on January 1 this year' as enumerated Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Crews. BALK
chest of carpenter tools. My fatheris in the fourteenth census, was. 105- Thomas, last week. !Miss I Ollie Marr waa'l ilor to Hereby notlr. t. given tiiat tinder and !byvirtu

Dear Old Santa Claus: a carpenter and a farmer and I 708,771, as announced by the census Mrs.. C. A. Clyatt and niece, Miss Starke Thursday. rlnaure. of maile that ky-tho certain indue final of decree the EIghth of fore Ju. II'
I want to bring me some or- want to make both myself and also r.. W. Wilkinson, of Sapp, was a '
you bureau for certification to congress Mabel] Brown, made a business tripto dlclal Circuit of Flnrldn. In ehaneery Bitting- ,-'
nges and apples and candy. Santa send me any my other brother a bunchof to form the basis for reapportionment Gainesville] one' day last week.N. .. business visitor here Saturday. In ii. Clreult Court for firadford. county.Florida ,
Robt. L. Crews of visited on the Jllth dar of Nnv. A. O. r. "V.
ring me a sleeping doll with black things for Christmas and send me of the members of the house of .. II. Stokes was a business visitorto Hampton 11120. In favor of 1. W. Andrew a Son i
hair and doll] chair and bed, too\ andou and my other brother a knife, a place representatives from the various Lake Butler Saturday.Rev. relatives here Saturday.Mr. eomritalnante. and niralnat I.... RtTnoM. ,.

| may bring me a doll cart along, with a chain on it and also a toy gun state E. B. Joiner, of Dukes, filled and Mrs. F. M. Crews were Vnlirht and Revnolrl.W. T., Weeka.Pranela defendant Remold.,, the D. tin-Jr.. J ..

00, so I can take my doll out to ride. apiece. Santa, I live 22 mHes from i The new figures show a gain of ill regular appointment at the FreeWill ohoppin gin Staike Monday. denlirned, ... Riuwlal Master, will offer for ,

ianla, I have got a little b.rother.Xou Starke on the Lake Butler and Fort I 25,663 over the preliminary figures Baptist church Sunday. !Mrs. Jerry Bohannan, who has been .Florida...IiIn\ front rl.rlnir of the the leiral eourthoti.hour of In..Stark.1.. on. i; 0 '

bay bring him a wagon. Call road. Don't forget me Christmas announced October 7th. Wiley Thomas and family, of quite ill is much improved and expects Mnndar January Sl"! A. n. 1021. to the ',

RUTH DENNISON. Santa. Bye-bye, Santa. These are the final population figures Rrooker, spent-Sunday with Mr. and to be out in a few dnys. hIghest .nd brat bidder. for rash, the followinr '.
diwrrllied to-wit :
property r
DENNIS CARROLL of the country and the states, !Mrs; I. E. Thomas. !Mrs. Wm. Starling and baby, of The Southwest Quarter of Northeaat Q...... ..
.ear Old Santa: BILL CARROLL. the statistics announced arly in October I I Auburndale have been spending a few (.. anil 8outhea.t Quarter of Northwest Q....'. u
Mrs C. F. Rivera and children
of S<<... IK, Tuwnahlp C. S.' Range. tt Kent.MA8TKICH .
\ I want you to bring me a knife with Santa, please bring me a box of .22 having been the preliminary Charles and Genevieve, of Lake Butler Jays with her parentsMr. and Mrs eontalnlnir HO acrea, more or I.... aani. tylnff ,

1 chain on It so I want lose it ad, 'a riflle cartridges.My compilations. The populations of the were the week-end guests of Mrs.T. Dennis Taylor and left Monday for and. twine In Bradford County, Florida. I
stick and postofflce is Dukes Fla. Jacksonville to visit relatives! before A. Z. ATtKINS.r .
untain pen and ink, a pin states is as follows: II. Rimes. :. M. JOHNS Sperlal I

[, tie, too, and some oranges and apes Alabama] 2348174. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Roberts, of Lake returning to her home. Solicitor: fur; ComplalnanU. -(.:t't"i; >r ,

too, and candy, too.WILBUR Dear Old Santa; Arizona, 333,902. Butler, were visiting in this communIty Mrs. E. Carter made a business 'i-' VIUTARIIIAN .

DENNISON. I thought I would write you and Arkansas, 1752204. Sunday trip to Starke, Friday. ( HALE OF LAND "' J

tell you what I want you to bring me. California, 3,426,881. Olson Thomas made business tripto I Thirty daya after date hereof. I. the uai rj
a Jesse Davis Lamb deralrned ttuardlan: of Inns <..1".. minor 4
Santa Claus: Santa bring me a flashlight and Colorado 33,529.Connecticut:; aged forty-nine. J L:
ar Mr. a .
Starke last week. trlr of I' n. lainey, di..ea...... will apply to ,j
I will write you a few lines to letu kodak and all that belongs to it, and 1 08,63J. H. S. Miller visited his brother, prominent citrus and cattleman of the Honorable 0..... A. Gardiner, County Jutlir J '

know what I want: I want you a double barrel sixteen gauge shot Delaware, 223003. Albert] Miller of Valdosta] Ga. last Parrish, was fatally injured Sunday nf Bradford, County Florida, for an order to .. ..,
at private ale a one-el.hth undivided In-
bring me a kid body doll, a box of gun. Well, old Santa, I won't ask District of Columbia, 437,671. week. morning when Ills overcoufberame tercet of aald minor In and to the following j i

.cob's Chocolates, a tea set, applesd you to bring me any more f/>r I know Florida, 968470. entagled in one of the gears of de.rrtlM landa towltl 9Commenelnir
Mr. and !Mrs. T. H. Waters visited an orange packing ''machine and dragged two hundred and Seventeen b
other nice things. you are getting old and feeble. My Georgia, 2895832. their daughter Mrs. Russell Parrish feet from the corner of: C. h. Stephennon'a '
Love to you. occupation is farm work. Santa, I Idaho 431,866. him into the machinery. lie was land on the dividing line of the Soulhwent
ABBIE DOUGLASS. am in the fifth grade. Bye-bye, old Illinois 6485280. of Dukes, last week. rushed to Tampa and taken to the Quarter of tie Bouthweat Quarter and (ii.Snlth.aet *

Please don't forget me. Santa. Indiana, 2,920,390. D. L. Clyatt was among the visitors hospital but died without 'regainingconsciousness. on the rlirht Quarter of way of of the th.Boulhweet fl. A. L. Railway Quarter A 4

RAIFORD CARROLL. Iowa 2404021. to Lake Butler last week. ('.... (aa de.crilied In itrevloua deeds. aa B.! R. <
a _O R_ R) and runnttia north from sid ? a
ar Santa: Kansas 1,769,257. ? !Mrs. J. S. brown spent Friday with --- rlirht. of way two hundred. and aeventy.four 1

Bring me a doll, a doll chair and aII Dear Santa Claus: Kentucky, 2416630. her sister, Mrs. Frank Osteen/ of Prov- Billy Sunday, the evangelist, finished feet thence Wret on. hundred feet thamessmith
his six weeks revival in back to rlirht of way of paId Rnllroad. .
I trunk. I will close for some oth- Please bring me a long-haired anda !Louisiana 1,798,509. Idence. ..... campaign lylnir\ and being In the Soiilhweet! Quarter of :
little people will want something. sleepy doll and a tea set and a doll Maine, 678014.. .... Jacksonville Sunday and received the Southwest Quarter of fI..Unn'Eltlhl (M.). .

Love to you.BEADlE bed and two yards of red ribbon and Maryland, 1449661. TREATMENT .OF LOCKJAW from tho collection committeethe TownshIp till) ..11 Seven>01. containingonehalf. (7) South of Range. Twenty In
| DOUGLASS. Massachusetts sum of 'J388.fU1.:! the amount given Bradford' acre
two blue yards of, ribbon. Bye-bye, 3852356. County. Florida.
|Please bring my little brother a Santa. Michigan, 3,668,412; "Don't wait until symptoms of lockjaw to the evangelist representing the This gflth day of NnvemW IflZO. \

cycle, also candy and some fruit Santa, I want a doll carriage. Minnesota, 2387125. appear following injuries from collections on the ]last day of the revival Guardian. /pr ANNIE Inn OAINGV.Oalney.

both of us. LOLA CARROLL. Mississippi, 1,790,618. ire works," is the warning of Dr. the agreement being that Mr. ll-2 .Bt-ia-Z4 Minor.
9 Santa, '1 want ,a box of chocolate Missouri, 3404055. Ralph N. Green state health officer, Sunday should receive this as his ,

BROOKERar candy and some apples. Montana, 548,889. who is spreading before the holiday share ORDER FOB PUBLICATIONIn

Nebraska 1.296,872. eason a message of prcventation -
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Circuit < Slate of KfirhthJudicial
Court Florida.
Santa: STARKE Nevada,. 77,407. from thQ State Board of Health. "Af- Traveling 5,000 miles or more In a Circuit, Bradford County, In Chaneery. -

1 want a big doll and a carriage, a New Hampshire, 443,083. .ter ]lockjaw symptoms appear it is seventeen foot canoe was the feat decided .

nicure set, a little iron. some oran- Dear Santa: New Jersey, 3,155,800. often impossible to save the patient upon some months ago by cx- J. T. Marr, I IComplainant. I

i I and apples. I am writing you what I want for New Mexico, 360,350. However, lock-jaw can be prevented Captain Matter and ex-Lirutenant vi I

ESTELLE LEWIS. Xmas. I want a doll with long curly New York, 10,384,820. In a great majority of cases by the Goo in the interests of Field umi- Elvany) 101.... I I IDefendant.

hair and a wrist watch and some hair North Carolina, 2, 59.123. administration of tetanus (lock jaw) Stream, and the last named arrived at It apM>arlnir by affidavit" appended to the
ar Santa: ribbon. Well Santa is North Dakota. 645.680.! toxin." Vnsacola this morning, hi* frail craft Mil filed In the abov4itatcd 0...... that, Rlvany
that all I will
101. the ...
defendant therein I.
nam a nonreelilent
will write and tell you what I ask you for, as the roads are so badI Ohio, 5,759,394. The Christmas season always bring attracting much attention as he came of the Slat of Florida, and her realdene .

nt for Christmas. I want a Uttle know you can't bring much. I am a Oklahoma 2,028,283. a number of injuries from fireworks Into the bay and sought; a spot to la unknown and la over the air. of
r, an automatic pistol some fire and aeh hurt is of moor his canoe.Discharging twenty-nil* year I It I. therefor ordered. that
little girl 7 years old, in the first reader Oregon 783,389.Pennsylvania source great .nld noiureaident defendant he and hr hereby
ickers, apples and.l randy. My lit- live three miles from Starke, one- 8720017. danger. Dr. Greene nays that no required: to appear to the Mil. of complaintflled

sister, Flora Belle, wants a doll half mile from the railroad. So good Rhode Island 604397. matter how trivial an injury of this a shotgun by placing 8rd day In of.aid January.cause oil A.or D. before 11121 otherwla Monday, th the.

d I carriage. bye, Santa. Hope you a merry Xmas. South Carolina, 1,083,724. kind may appear immediate attention a forked slick against the trigger: ..allegation of said hill will b* taken .. on-
LAWAR THELMA CLARK. South Dakota. 636,547.( should.l be given. John Merrill a resident of Oiiunrc fiw.ed hy ...1.1 defendant.

Tennessee 2,337.885 "The first thing to da is' to thor county, committed suirMo Sunday. II.It...J.onee further.a week ordered for elirht that: till cr' .order*. .be week pub.

Santa: Dear Santa: Texas, 4,
Please bring me a sleepy] doll withe I am writing you what I want, for Utah, 449390. of iodine. Then call a doctor and the muzzle of the gun was placed ovCT l..Ihla,.... ttultll.lud October; ID In 1V20.sold county and .tat.

eyes and locket and ring. Look- Xmas. I want a little wagon and a Vermont, 352428. have tetanus antl-tuxin administered it. W. 1. WKRKS.
f for you Christmas eve.CRACKY .- This anti-toxin is (Seal) Clerk: Circuit 'Co".tn
little car and some apples.] I am a Virginia 2.30IJ,187.! not a cure for lock-
GREENE. little West jaw. but it Is a preventative and U NOTKE' OF CVAHWAH HAIK A. KNIGHT "
boy 2 old. So Virginia 1,463,701.
years good-bye, Thirty diiy ..r..,. Into hureof. I. the unilvr.lirn Deputy Clerk I.
Santa. Hope you a merry Xmas. Washington, 1.3G6.C31.) highly effective as such. After: tola OimrHInn for Myrllti fliwn. ('.,111.. n. K. KNIOHT _
bar Santa: SHIRLEY LEE TETSTONE.Dear Wisconsin, 2,632.067. nUll symptoms apJI.arit Is often Im fJ..n. Evil Orwn Kffln <3r*.m.. Curtis Onw Solicitor fur Complainant 10-23-111-18.81
Please bring comb and brush - nnd Anno ll.>ll Urwri.: minor ,1",1.. nf If._ I".
me a Wyoming 194402. -- I'S."".,, .... ..I.spl.rI.. will I uniny la urn nnnnrithlo ORiirn: op fiKiivKE nr rtnii.iOATiov )
Id glass and ring. I am 10 years old Santa: I The population of tho United States .:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:-.:.:.::.::.::. 5' ('...."Iy* Juilu ..t Hrndfuril, I r."unly.InrMn In ti.. Circuit' Court ,.r th. Bint of I"lorlila.,.
Id in the 5th grade but I am not >' for nit ortli tn mill. nt prlvnUi Null* In and. for Mriidfurd. .
'ling I am writing you what I want for with outlying possessions is 117,857- M alm-flfty-ffiurth\ .ndlvld",1" Int........ mrh .,, Lulu M. l.nnuliy County -
to school] now. Will look foru Xmas. I want a little wagon and a iOO, the outlying possessions totalling nuld minor* In tlin following d_cltKMl Innrln Cnmplulnant.VII .

Xmas eve. Wishing you a Mer- little car and some apples. I am a 2,148,738. These possessions are: !; The Valley j|1 ultimtn to-wlt und Icing, In Itrndford County, I'lorldn, I
Xmas to my Dear Santa from Jnn J. Chrl.tlan.on. et al,
little boy 2 years old. So good-bye, Alaska, 54,89! p. Ixit Twenty-four ((24) In 1I..II..n! Thirty Mfrndanirt.' .
VIRGINIA COLSON. Santa. Hope you a merry Xmas. American Samoa, 8056. I. two (S2') ..,,1 gist; lluir of I.nt t4..v..It..n NOT1CF: TO uNKNOWN IlKFENIJANTS
-- --.-.- j: 117) In Hcctlnn hlrly-ono 181), Town.Mu, Notln I. hereby. irlven to all turtles elalin.Inif ,' .
LULU IIUTTEN_LEE_ CLARK._ Guam. 18275.. of the Giants I i' Mv (fBI.) 8 K.nir. Twrlily-twn (22) Kn; .l. an Interest under 01..... J. Cltrl.tlnn.on,
-- Hawaii, 255,912.>> : reordlnir to tnnu and .tdnt of WuoHlnwn nnrfoorilfd 1) M flornio. I,. M. Mttlo. ""I... 1. M.
GRAHAM Panama Canal Zone 22,858. I, In nfTICM of elcrlc of the Circuit Court tip.. T. J. Aldermnn. A. V. tong, May Hell
'.' I filnrko. Bradford County. Florida. .. .
Bar Mr. Santa Alderman U O. 1-owell and W.O. I'owell. ,
1 : Porto Rico 1,299,809. :.: The first story to adequately J {.p.I 'I hi. Dm 17th ilny of |'".,'ml,.>r. mIt). luith .,..11,. hualneK aa Powell A 1'nwell. J.
am writing you what I want for Graham, Dec. 24.-J. R. Bcvill wasa Military and naval service nbrooM, : w. K: cwnrcN. M. Truhy C. ro.! Harper, I'linlnaulnr' Naval'
liristmas. I want 1 sleepy doll with business visitor to Hampton Thurs 117,238. ::: portray the majesty and :: 1 .I7. I-12.1. Ou.r.ll.n for Aforwmlil Minor rltorra Company fillliert W. Ron, Kll.aueth.
hair ..... llo. Ilurirea. and her hu.liand Dr. A. J.
ng and a doll carriage and a day. Philippine Islands, 10,350,640./ ::. grandeur of the big tree ':: NOTICE OP 1'11'0' <'KIIOI.IIMIH: MKKIINflNntlPo It".".... J. R. Ftlteh 'N. r. Cauthcn.: Mln.nle .
)x of chocolate candy. I am a littleil Mis. Myrtie McKinney visited relatives Virgin Inlands] of the United States : : : I IN h....'.." irlvun tint the rvirilliirnnnuul L, Trlpliitt A. Wyatt Harry C. llowen,
\ 10 years old. Santa, don't forget .:. section of California and to :it-:, reciting ..f Ito ntoekhnld'of Iho K. I., n...,... A. 7.. Adklna. llurlen II. ('....*
at Louise Monday. 26,051 L.wtcy Hint Hunk will (I... held, In It. Imnli- halt John H Wllllnnu, Cluorve Chrlatl'-n.:
e. I live on Lulu road. Mrs. Zeke Parrish was shopping in ---. '':'' use it as an effective setting g h,. ..""... In l.nwt.*y, l'lr>rdn| on '1'.01",. ..,n. William J. Jloe

DORRIE SMITH. our burg-Monday. LONG 111110CR; :-J; r for a stirring work of f fiction. :..': January It, hut, Mt S p. in.. to 01.0' all d.>...*...,.,, or any of them or otherwl' >
bniird of dlnwbin for the frn.ulnff lind cither ... ,
Bring me some oranges and apples 4 yar : helm. dnvlMec., clalmnnta, ranteoe,
Rev. Williams filled hi, appoint- , tritn.not nurh other buitlnmn MH may imiiMtrlycom ; and to all partlea elalmlnir,
id a gold locket and a lot of play- ment here Saturday and Sunday. Long Bridge, Dec. 24.-Mr. and *4, . before thvm. what.oever.. In the lanil. ,|..". .. ings.I : Peter B. : J. W. IIA K It R:It. "* ,,
: hoarier of 'h..Nt
Will Warren of Ziff.. was here on I !Mrs. S. L. Crews of Gainesville_ are : : Kyne : 12-17-St. Tiuhlur.NOTH : . II NRV blporOI? BKW aectlon I twenly-dv" quarter( ),

Thursday. spending a few days with friends and ,.. ,) ((6);,). rungs twenty-two gift| |
I DUKES John Starling and : :t R: Or KAHR: OP COUNTY CON. aoih half. of northrnet" uuarter (B'/j of N
family moved to : : in this principality of the : VICTNNotlr rl4l; I, "..( half of nnrtlirunt ijtiarler of
our town Wednesday.N. W. T. Turner made a bunincss trip : I. .linnlty ",rlv.n I h..1 on Monday. nO'lhw..t quarter 4 IF.ty of NEW' '
|car Santa: : : woods the redwood forests ::, January 8. Id'l.: the MII ..I nil .. NW'4),
Wynn business : ; <" county .n. Action thlrty ili 11Ift" l
was a visitor to to Lake Butler Saturday evening.Mr. ., ) towiiahlp' sic fem),
I1 will write to let hear ( vlrta y llrndford county will !>v aolii I In front ..n". twenty-two ((22) aoulrrtve.t
you ::: t
you Hampton Wednesday. and !Mrs. an area four hundred miles : of thii nuartnr if
P. B Crews have returned : Mouth door of the I nourt Itimito I In ftturkc. nnrthea.t mrlr (SW<
,hat I want for Christmas. Santa I Lacy Prevatt of Ziflf was here home after ] : : : .aid. I county, ...nv",'. .""J.t to the 1.wa irnvPlorlda ....t quarter of .otithva.t 4 of NK'4)of). aouth..
on a pleasant visit ini : long and of an :, manor northwe.t
rant 'Mm ,
a long, curly-haired sleepy doll Wednesday. : average to hlvhrat and hoot hlildi'P' forernlnir ijuarter (SWI4 of 81'4: of NWm I.

If aid blue a bed for Chrtslmas and 2 yards Mrs Neta Dyal, of Ziff, was shop I i Gainesville.Mrs. B. J. Sapp has returned homo ::;: width of thirty miles; has :;I lI the yrnr"'".I'HI 1U2I,,' 'paid)'h. lionrd hire 1 will nmervfatlw run auction.....". twenty.two eleven' (lii)((22), township) went seven quarter(7)of)

ribbon and I want inc a doll ping here Tuesday. i from Jacksonville after spending :::: introduced events and humanparticipants :; rlirht$ to n-Jcat any and all hid.. northea.t uuarter of northeMt, quarter. (W'i'
.1 a
hat !
can say mamma and Dear .' C. A. ItOflKRTfl. of MC'4 of NPV:' t. north.Ml .,unrt.-r of
pap. E. J. Murrhee was a business visitor few days there. , Chairman Hoard of County 'omnrilHMlon; liurthia.t .
tanla, I won't send for : : well in keepingwith quarter (NW(4( of NK(4t.' ( "' ..
much causeu to Hampton Saturday. | E. A. Sapp wag a business visitorto Ate..l'I.: half of went bnlf of .","Ihw.., quarter of
> are gelling old and feeble and, Mis. L. L. Smith ::: the stupendous environ55: T. WKKKS n.'rthsant uunrUr (WW of W% of tlWVi of
rippled all and children returned Luke Butler Saturday. :. dork: of the Court:'.i2.t.veorjex I. HK'/4: >, northwrat Q"......, INW4. north-
k. ChiiHlmag.up. forget me San- to their home In Ocoee Satur I Mrs. r. W. Kelly and little Marjor- ::. ment. The people I are t those J $ ---- went, quarter of aouthwvat. Q"....... INWItif
I live 22 miles from . OK AI'J'I.U'A1'IUN TO fUl. RKAL luw% ), wii.1 .half of aoilthwret : at
,tarke and on the Lake Butler and day.The I lie, of 'Lucerne Park, are visiting' relatives .:: who conquered a wilderness ," ... FHTA1K: OK INPAN1M aouthweat. uuarter (Wi4> of BwCj\ of 8WV)I.
' Graham school celebrated witha and friends .1.' notli'a In irlvn that the linnW.lirni'd." .eetion nine
"rt Call! road. near here for a ... IB), townnhlp eIght (fS). .......
Christmas tree Friday afternoon few weeks. ::: and hewed out a path for iriiHrdlan of thii rumor*. Klhidii'th; CJuln"yh twrnly-two (22), .outhwe.t quarter (SW'4
By-bl, Santa. Maud rinlny.: flroward CJulncy nnd. 1'.1.; | Uttlnry and ,nnrthweet quarter of .outhea.t
AGNES ELINOK all reported a good time 'and Santa I I A ]large crowd attended prayer meetIng ::: civilization-prototypes of :JJ* will m.k. at/llciitlon) in thi. llnnnmhliCuunty f INVVV of Sy4l I. ...U..n fifteen. liB),quarter town-
CARROLL. was very liberal. at Mrs. V. E. Sapp' home Wed. Judfta of Rradforit. County. shin ..",ht (8), ranire '''' ((221' i .
Dear Santa, I forget. Please bring Ulox and Punch Parrish of ;$; the 'forest giants against $ hi. ,.11'1.. In Rlarko, Morlriat on the SLit quarter, of northweet quarter (SBV of
ie a tan Sampson nesday night. lay of January 1U21 Ht in o'clock e. m. NW" ), weat half of nnrthwut
get and quarter (Wty
""x of chocolate some apples] and a City, attended a candy slew at the I 8. C. Crews was transacting business ::; which they prevailed. True ::: .for. authority, to Nell ....t.ln reel l .atat. of of NW'/ ), aouthwmt qnartur (BW'/ ), ...e-.

age. candy Your and little a doll home of Ed Parrish 'Friday night. in Jacksonville Monday. e .::: to itS locality and written :&: .101'..h.'minor.Est .Half to-wlt of r Bouthra.t. (Jtlartrr oftn R.e. twenty-ton Lion three (22)(fill.) east townnhln half of eight louthwnit(8)) ranir auar-.

Volley McKinney was here Satur. II. O. Rivers spent part of last week : ; by who has lived $ ,, Houthwmtt (JuarU'r of J N".th.-t Qimrtttr >,;' ot northea.t quarter ,IR,.{, of HWV of N ,
day night. near Lake Butler with one among : : and NorthwvMt tjuartr of 4Juartir l"/4): weaL half of wept .half of .",,' ..tquarter a
' ar Santa Claus: s relatives! and ::! and been of the life & and HouthwMt Quarter of fi.o. SA, except of. 110"10.) .., quarter (Wty of W44 of
Mrs. O. W. Dyal and a part : : ,.... .
I am writing to let know son, Truby, i ii friends following land In the aald HouthwentJuarUr Wl/i of Nt4': I I. eotilheaiit '.....1.., of north
'r Christmas you what i were visitors to the county seat Wed. I Mr. and Mrs. John Crews and chiIdrf'n'ChaTI..y ! :SjJ: he so delightfully pictures :JjJI of !Ttlon flit. tnwlt : (H.rtln".t -!tIt nuartir 'IHF'4: of NWV>, weet "half of
we want. Bring us nesday. the center: noHt, of flirctlon R4 and run Wfwt woet half of (outhweat. quarter of ..,...h..1
- - ----- .-- '- I Rivers Mrs. Alice Ad. ::;! it is one of the big books :*! ADO fort to a llyhtt-ood' mmt (no mark ) for quarter (Wt(, of Wlo(, of $WV of BK\4n,
L. C. Smith, Truby and Lee Dyal kins .and Richard Richard attended the blune of hoiflnnlnir, Ihcitac South. HI) lIe.ersee east half of w..t half of quarterof
To Stop a Couch Quickke were business visitors to Sampson ''I services here Sunday. !:. of American romanceactionand Ij! ....t. le111 fpvt to a Hirh'wuod poet (In" the ulhea.t quarter (F'/i: of WH of
m.rk.I which I I. 40* foot emit of the oneluurter ,4wuof 111'4): ). auction twelve (lit,
HAYI HEALING HONEY, a City Saturday. I'|, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins were :$: incident. To know ::: poet on the line dividing Hnctlona, All ..hlpIv.* (I). range twenty-two ((22)) town.eo,.
ugh medicine which stops the cough by 0. W. Dyal returned to his home. attending business In Starke Sat. :$: Kyne in of his stories :$: and 81, thence Houth 1S2II) fevt to llrht- talnlnir In all one th..u..",., forty ((1040 acre
aling the Inflamed and any wood poet (Ino n..kl.) tlwlw Fact 1440 feet nior or le.a. In Bradford county.
A bas of irritated tissues. Monday, after spending a few days I urday. :$: is wholesome know :X: I.. a liphtwond post. (Ino mark), thence North And you and earn of you' are hereby "........
GROVES 0-PEN-TRATE with his son, Wesley, of Largo. I Pierce Crews and Smith Johns ; to liz) feet to the 1,1... of |Klnnlnii ; the ... *d to appear. In th. .,"'v. entitled court tnaniwer
U.VE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and Jesse Surrency and family of Tam. were fl: : "The Valley of the Giants" : c ,f,tlon eontalnlnv alwut 00 arrea. mom or the bill of eornnlalnt tIled atialnalyou
attending to business in Lake Butler ; % Ieee .
P Is enclosed with bottle I : all In tvwn.hlp 4 South, 1) In the afore-named cause, on the third d..
A.YES' HEALING HONEY.every The of pa, are spending a few days with his I Saturday. >!: is exhilarating in the f highij : Eaat.AIM. of January A. D. 1U21 /
ouId be rubbed salve parents' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Surrency. It .c. the North Half of Northwest Quar.icr The Itradfnrd County Tlilea-raiirl I I. hereby __ _
on the chest and throat est degree. .:< of Section I, In Townnhlp 5 South Kanire ueelirnated' .. the OMW.,'."" In which thi. '
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children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mackery have I No Worm. In a Healthy Child : : 111 .:..t; all of the .."1 land lyIng and ha- unties ahall b. puhllahed for twrlv auoci.lve
n.. .. gone: to Punta Gorda for a short stay All:children troubled : : : Inc In liradfurd County, }Florida and eon. week prior. to .aid Srd day of January, A. U.I _
STroa1! Heallnl: Honey towe. with Worm. havo !
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Read It alnlnv In the itS)
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aores. more or
C >. ,,_ .lua Jim Dyal the healthy eofcjf. wblca in :fjj 1021.Wltnee
. O-Peo-1..te*$.Iv! . effect of spent week-end with I todlcaie poor blood and u. ..... my hand and Mat of office this lit
.klla soon .tci,,a c'sdb. uuaa.b tbe pece III his family. 1GKOVE-S rain there .. mar or 1_ stomach oUMurbaac '.' Paper '.' NANCY E.: flAINKV. day of October, A. D. IV20
Botb remaft....are packed In_ Fate Prevatt and wife I TASTELESS. : CHILL TONIC tfvtn ntuieuly : 2-ll-6t-l-7 Aa Cluardlnn of Bald Minor. W. T. Wr. KI.
.t of elle a1151404kH&rtdzugglst retina and tII. spent theweekendwith fur two. three weak will rartch the Muni. Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford County,
.JUIit --e leI&:. her parents at Sampson :! Im prove thediiwtlon.and act a**"enerl Strerurt b- :| Our New Serial :I COMMIMHIONF.RII' BALK!: fit... of YI".hl.1' ..
iAUNo *. HAYES City. ...u.*- TooJc to the what .,..... 'Naur will the* : : : : Notice U hereby ,Inn that uniler, and hy Seal By C. A. KNIGHT.
; ttmm off ec dIspel the........and tne Child sal b 'Irt... of a decree of partition of Die .Circuit: Deputy Cleret.
Mrs. Blanche Roberson and Mrs. In porrIect beaItb. ... .....-............ - . . . I UIARf.Jr.II A. rOWERfl
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Graham returned to her home in Jack- I A. J. Andrews, of Jacksonville !II
:WHAT ARE sonville Saturday after spending several the guest of his parent, Mr. and l\ir..
eI days here with her parents, Mr. i A. 1). Andrews. ,
and Mrs. A.D. Andrews. ,I Dennis and Clifton Roberts, ci
i* l YOUR CHANCESOF i Worthington
Mrs. C. B. Macclenny, of Macclen- :' Springs, were guests <,f

$\( ny week., was transacting business here this I,Mr.Tyson and Mrs.Ritch W., of H.St.Andrews Augustine Sunday, was,

SUCCESS? I: visiting relatives ;and' friends her
Mrs. Rebecca Andrews and son, M. last weekend.Rev. .
1 D., of Day,' were the week-end guestsof J I .
Barnes of Miller
I DO YOU STEP OUT WITH SNAP Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews. was In our
; AND VIGOR ARE YOU ABLE Judge Farris, of Jacksonville, was town Sunday.
tI TO GET THINGS DONE the guest of A. D. Andrews Tuesday.E. Mrs. C: Douglass, of Alachua, was
J. Tyson, of Green Cove Springs, visiting: friends here last week-end
: DONT STAND IN YOUR OWN WAY Mrs. W. W. Farnell and little
OIo nub spent Sunday here with his family. son,
ftou lours Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrna are the
PEOPLE WITH THIN WEAK Perla Whitten, who has been attending is- guests of Mr and Mrs. J. C. T'son.
school in St. Augustine
A I Loca Anderson, who has been teach.
the guest of her parents, Mr. and inOcala
t OF IT. THEY SHOULD I ing is the guest of her parents .
TAKE PEPTOMANGANLook W. M. Whitten.B. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson. 1t
OUR CHRISTMAS WISH I. Taylor, of Jacksonville, spent }:art'Whitten, Loca Anderson, and
: Thursday and Friday here with his Perla Whitten were visitors
) at the facts of your health.So I over to
tip Lt much depends on having red blood. friends. Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.

,If you stand up in front of your work . - - - ---- -
with half starved blood in your system -
TTT REQUIRES not the occasion of you are standing in your own -
:way. You are blocking your own
m Christmas with its joys, cheer and prevalent progress.: GENERAL INSURANCE 1
Thin blood makes dull It
JL good will, to arouse in us a sense of makes you, pale. You you take no enjoyment HAROLD WALL
: out of your work. It is only
the appreciation due patrons of this paper. half as good as it should be. STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
You can remedy that condition so
In our hearts and minds are gratitude and easily. Begin taking that fine tonic'j LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE i

good thoughts for you during every day of the for Pepto-Mangan awhile. Your today blood and will keep become up 1 4

-I year; but Christmas hallows our ,sentiments ?) blood nourished.corpuscles.Pepto-Mangan You will get makes energy red - - -
I +++++++++#+/Ft4 III IIHULL'S
'., and strong power of resistance -
their and
and makes wady
expression fitting timely. stead of standing in your own ,
l ,you will push yourself ahead becauseof
Such have and
as we accomplished greater vitality.But DEPT. STORE

good as may be traceable to our efforts would sure you It ia i get put the up genuine in both .

liquid and tablet form. Ask for ,
6 have been without
not possible sustaining
; your "Gude's" and be sure that the nameis *

44 : Power and co-operation. If in any sense wet on the package. The tablets or the Fine large army Blankets, wool $6.50
liquid have the same medicinal value.
beacon have oil -Adv. Army Comforts, white cotton filled 3.00
4 :t- have upheld a you supplied
Army Bridles new best leather special t
very ,
: for the lamp. If ours has been a chariot, .. BIG EGG YIELD price this week.Fireworks.

'"" has been the motive element which hast "From a small flock of hens I now
: yours
I get 20 to 25 eggs per day, ,whereas and Firecrackers fine
: t kept it on its way. before giving them Dr. LeGear's Poul ,
Prescription, I only received threeor
: : characters appealing to or endeavoring four. Its cost has been repaid to i
me over and over." So writes Mrs.J. .
!. to entertain the public, must be given a certain W. Montgomery, Tunnel Hill, Ga. Medicated stock Salt, 50 pound bags, value t

I meed of applause or they cannot exist. With I\ while You prices should are increase high your, through yield now Dr. $4.00, special for Friday and Saturday, 50 cents.

Li'Gear's Poultry Prescription. It is i
those engaged in publishing a newspaper, the a tonic which builds up the her!' ., Sugar 1 Ib. lOc t "

applause comes in the interest which readers strength egg-producing and vitality organs.and stimulatesthe ,

for 28 years Dr. LeGear has been
in its columns and in occasional
manifest an a
recognized as America's foremost Expert -
Groceries, Dried Fruit, Fresh Fruits, Nuts'r '
'. word of approval. The practical help of sub- Poultry Any time Breeder your poultry and Veterinarian. or stock- ; and Candies.

scribers and advertisers has. enabled are ailing, it will )pay you to get the
us to proper Dr. LeGchr Remedy from your Seed Oats, Rye, Garden Seed.
maintain standard their dealer. It must give satisfaction or
: a publication ; encour- your dealer will refund your money. I Corn, Oats, Hay, Bran, Shorts, and other Feeds. I; ;
has the -Adv.
: agement furnished degree of pleasure
+ Hardware, Tinware, Chinaware, and Furniture. ; ;

} necessary an incentive to our daily tasks. RAIFORD I
Armours Fertilizer, the kind that makes crops.
May the spirit of Christmas work for Kaifoid, Dec. 24,-Mrs. Walter M.
,II I you I Yours for a square deal.HULL'S .

t; the full degree of its bountifulness. May you I' i

..\ be enabled to get the same amount of pleasure 'l PE'T'ER Be DYNE I STORE

and benefit from these columns that we have i iI I ,

1 :;" derived from making them. I'll++++I++++I++++Mil+++++++*>..+++++++++I++++++I++I+++++ j


t a Busy Days ,

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i v In anticipation of the biggest event of
had refused to accept a consignmentof prayeth best who loveth best. Let -
sugar ordered by them. When contracted us celebrate Christmas with beaming the year--the celebration of Christmas '. i;
i'\ for, the price was to be 22 faces and open hands.I -December days are crammed full of I:
-: cents a pound, as the ruling retail I The Telegraph thanks the many,
;' price was then 35 cents. But while who th ugh their patronage and goodwill activity.At t\.j\
the sugar was in transit the price i have enabled us to bring another K 3Fa .'
1 J tumbled, hence the refusal to accept I year to a successful conclusion, and times like this our banking-by-mail '

(' .,. the consignments. But the court or- we extend to them all our heartfelt system, safe, convenient and time saving f-
dered the defendants to pay the price wishes for a merry Christmas.
HtALlMV. NEW YEAR agreed upon, and though they will is keenly appreciated.'I\ :
lose millions of dollars they have no WATERMILL .,i'f;'
redress. Which shows that, after all, LI= Our patrons know that banking-by- '

l.. r >Bradford County Telegraph the domnition country bowwows is not ,yet for going justice to the is ,and Watermill.Tommy Markey Dec. 24.-Evan attended the lodge party _I mail business is given the same prompt t 1>.

--'- -- still triumphant.:"' and efficient
| at Dock Andrews Saturday. handling as personally conducted 1.0.
I .hI U..II..d Meekly' and entered a. see \\
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown, of transactions. \
end at the post-office at CHRISTMAS Haines City, are home on a visit with This remarkabltt" product of California -
Starke. Florida.E. [their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. ,jumped into fame overnight. To friends and extend
.Brown. While a clerk in a country atore he patrons; we '"
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;. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. groveling in the dust, of limited vls- I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown and sisters sent a story to a San Francisco mag- best wishes for a Christmas of joy and a (
lion, playthings of chance. "What is Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown, azine. It was ao original that the New Year made happy by the realization '
.. I man that Thou thinkcst of him?" Yet !were visitors to New River section publication accepted it with enthusiasm -
The Tnillionairca of the new crop ,heaven and earth contrived to produce Sunday. and printed a query to readers of their brightest hopes.
are able and willing to pay well for a being who could suffer like a man I Willie Fowler was a business visitor ". as to the identity of the author. No
anything that tickles their palates. I and reign like a I\'od-one who redeemed to Starke Saturday. one had ever heard of him as a writer, OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS :.
I Thus a man on one of the Florida I Eury Johns business visitor
the human race and, lowly as I was a
4 keys has been able to contract hta it is,' made it capable to enter the I to Brooker Saturday. but in a short time the magazine be- FROM ANY CAUSE. WE PAY 5 PER CENT ;
I the backwoods
I entire crop of asparagus at from S2to tralms of angels. While we worship | Clara and Clyde Cone of Brooker, gan to receive replies from ON TIME DEPOSITS
wherein he lived with
!/ : $4 per pound. the Son of Mary the year round, there .spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. "
i and Mr. Will Andrews. original anecdotes about "Pete. .
is a particular season set aside for the
I 'r .i' Dictating: to newspapers does not telcbratlon of His birth, when Geth- I I Evan Hodge attended the exercisesat Several more short stories from his LAKE BUTLER BANK
+ always bring the results desired. A I..nemane and Golgotha are temporarily Five Mile school Friday night. pen appeared and then the publishers -
r \ 'man in Jacksonville tried it the other forgotten: and we only remember the .Dave Green was. a visitor to NeW and editors began to camp on "" s i
9 :.a .1\i,. day, and got for his trouble a new'I' manger. River Sunday. his. doorstep. His "Cappy Ricks" State, County District'and City Depository .
snit of garments: which, if not accord. The time is Christmas, hallowed by Pearl and Dave Green and Ray An- sketches have been received with delight !\
' ,'' 'I lr ing to the latest styles, was at least ,all Christians. In some countries is drews attended church at New River in all portions of the country, LAKE BUTLER, FLA. 't :
,i :. unique. And he does not feel "just a week of rejoicing, in others a Sunday have been dramatized, put into 'motion 1{,
''I.i ; like a bird" over it either. month; with us it may be but a day- Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes Mr. pictures and run as serials. Preeminent .
I i: .r.. but what a glorious dayl! Our cares and Mrs. Horace Stokes and children in the short story field he q--- -- -- i
I '.)' Some fathers would do well to Imitate are then forgotten and our heart Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge attendedthe has done some excellent novels, of
t i i I t!i' their children. While they complain purged of everything but good will to cane grinding at Mr. and Mrs. J. which "The Valley of the Giants"is m
,t'' over their hard lot and seize eVe all. The Influence of the child of II. Brown Tuesday afternoon. probably the best. It will appear
; '.... .. ery opportunity to shirk work, their Bethlehem makes children of all of Fate Prevatt. of Graham held services serially In this paper. Do not miss J. R. DAVIS & CO.
I N J''... children do their tasks ungrudgingly.It us-makes us forget the sorrows of at A. T. Thomas Saturday night any part of It. :
t Z J..: It,'Is a great sacrifice for a child to yesterday and the cares of tomorrow, and a large crowd attended.
forsake play for work of any kind, :only to t{ ,r and when a little boy or girl brings I As the star that guided the wise The annual STOCKHOLDERS mec>tlnir of the MEETING tockholdera of Down Rats '
i!: J home a good report from the teacher, men of the east filled\ them with hope : the Lake Buffer Bank. Lake Butter. Flu. will. Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese Bradford County's oldest business'
.\: ae to scholarship, deportment and attendance and joy, so let the vision of Christmas be held Wednesday.In the .banking January room IX. 121.of laid a i80 Institution a. m. Merchants New York City, says: "We Ins itutions. .'', ' -'
d I, f' the child has done its level fill us with love and liberality and for the: purpme of electing a board of director* keep RAT SNAP in our cellar all the - "
p 't Lest, according to its ability. Do thou bliss. and other" officer. for the .n.ulaa rear, end time. It keeps down rats.'We buy 'it .I
ej'' .; .' .. likewise. God likes to see His children happy to .tranaart.before the any_other I....bualneaa that mlahtoom. by the gross, would 'not' *>*' without STARKE FLORIDA'
..1' I-Christ likes to see His brethren JNO. U SMITH.Cuhler.. It." Farmers use RAT SNAP because ,. ,.....
t. a Twenty-four oppressed sugar pro- joyful. Why then, should we not "1 rats pass up all food for RAT SNAP. : :. ... ..
{ I .'" Steers were haled before the United ,throw our own dull cares away and H. W. Raiford, -of Raiford was;in S ises 36c, 65c, $1.25. Sold andguaranteed >:' .
States supreme court because ,they spread sunshine all around o\1s' "lie town Wednesday. by D. C...Jones, Starke. .

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Christmas candies nuts, fruits and Fireworks at Hull's Store. from Lake Butler 1 I Good live stock and good houses.

dried fruit Hull's. Your loving friend j M. J. Green, farm superintendent {
Feeding Company
Mrs. R. B. Neal and little step- PLANT IN SOUTH SEAS!' -- =# : I IMmore, Fla. 1217-2t
} Bits of LocalInformation daughter Prances Neal, of Roanoke, EPISCOPAL. I
Va., came Saturday to spend the holidays FOR SALE-Florida *
According to John Pomeroy, a runner' seed peanuts f
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.J traveler who has spent years among 4 cents; White Spanish 5 ft
f C. Wills. Mrs. E. W. Harris and the savages and half-savage tribes of Sunday after Christmas services, I cents per pound, f. o. b. Lake Park
son,. Billy, of Dinsmore are also 11 a. im. and 7:30 p. m. Ga.
the South Sea islands many valuable Cash with order. F. M. White
f, &LIt II S.-.say. 0- ........ se.Aa.... ... i guests at this family reunion secrets are possessed by these natives A email church paper appropriatefor I & Son, Lake Parks Ga. 12-17-8t ;
:5. 1 PNtI- M M. c._.. -ad I regarding certain plants which are Advent has been issued. If the
I Ij The Bradford router Adv. Co. has said to have rare medicinal postmaster general will consent to the AGENT WANTED IN STAItKE-

-J erected a mammoth poster board on was recently announced by Pomeroythat transfer to this post office as second I Sell the original Watkins Remedies,
1 n I Cherry street opposite J. O. Turner's. he had learned of one of these class matter it is expected to continue I Spices Extracts, etc. Necessitiesand

| Mrs.,E. Markley Johns spent Tuesday Horace Wilson is home from the It has. four faces, arranged in diamond plant which when combined with its publication.REV. repeaters. All or spare time.
l'> in Jacksonville. University of Florida to spend the form and posters on them can other vegetable ingredients known to A. E. DUNHAM Write Watkins Co., 59 Memphis,

'i) holidays with -hjs parents, Mr. and be seen from all directions. These be valuable, produced amazing results Rector. Tenn. 12-10-41

..',. L. A. Davis, Jr., war transacting Mrs. E. L. Wilson. boards will be used to display com- in cases of stomach trouble and the e i ...
',1.. business In Jacksonville Tuesday. mercial posters. many ailments which generally go I
t Yellow homespun LL quality {I I with this lIe introduced a new med Copper In Ancient Day FOR SALE-1,2 or 8 good farm mules .
, To prevent- a cold take 666. and a yard wide, 15c yard, at Men's Kid Gloves at Stern- trine of this kind which is called Pura- Copper, among the ancient Hebrews, sound and in good condition. Will '.

Slernberg's. berg's. I tone and his statements seems' to be was used In making helmets npi-ar exchange for good syrup in barrels "j J
Col. J. E. Futch had legal business ,verified' by a large number of people and other Implements of war. The expression at 80 cents gallon. E. E. Canova
in Jacksonville Tuesday Special prices balance of this weekon Charlie Beaslef, of Chapel Hill,. N. who have been praising this medicinein "bow of steel," found lu Job, Starke Fla. 12-10-St.
I army riding bridles, new. Hull's C.i MiMI Clara Moitt and Mrs. C. P. public. newspaper statements. According should be rendered "how of ..oPPel'-
t Buy the double barred seals for Store. _':} Tyson, of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. to these statements the results Copper could nut have been applied to WANTED-Several hundred pounds
your Xmas packages. P. E. Johns and little daughter, Beatrice are remarkable. Arrangements these UM>H without the artisans per good seedling pecan nuts for planting .
Carr Colley Horace Wilson and of Hardwood; and Orville Moittof have been made for the public to be ee"slng name forgotten secret for rendering purposes. Send us sample and t
t) Mrs. W. B. Harvard spent Sunday Gary Ennis, who are attending the Jacksonville, will arrive today to supplied with Puratone here 'by the metal harder aud inure clan we will make you our best price. ."", '..
i with her mother at Waldo. University of Florida, are at home spend Christmas with A. E. Moitt and Mitchell' Drug Store; in Graham by.. tic than we curt make (it today. C. M. Gritting &: Co., Jacksonville, n.
for the Christmas holidays.Mrs. family. C. B. Roberts.-Adv..' I Fla. 12-10-8t '

Auto tops and auto painting. M. .- The Quinine That Dots Not! Ailed The HeadBoraitM

Leviton, Starke. 11-19-tf. Roy Turner and little daughter D. W. Moore, of Theressa, one of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crews, of Highland of It* tonic and I..atl.r"'t, LAXA. SEEDS-New Spring seed cataloguewill f
of Sumner Levy county, areruests the county's most progressive farmers were among the Christmas shoppers T1VK 1IROMO QUININE (l.bM.) ran tw '......0 soon bo ready for distribution. ,
Miss Emma Powell is home from at the home of Mr. and Mrs. has recently put in an acetylene in Starke Monday. by.anynnc' without. E.W.CH munlnd<.>VtS nrrvounnrM.utn lui uo U>rlnelnl. illc : Send name at once so there wil] bono '
Baldwin to spend the holidays. Barnard Johns for the holidays. lighting system on his premises. 1 1I delay In receiving your copy i ,

While his residence is elaborately 'Mollie when the book is ready. Kilgore "
Knight is
E. M. Thomas and family arc here Fruit cake, 65) CentS a pound, atTurner's lighted, it does not stop there. Theyardg Emory University, Atlanta attending arrived Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 123ot.Wo .
from Orlando to spend the holidays. Bakery 1119tf. .
and outbuildings also
are light.ed Tuesday to spend the Christmas vacation PENT-A-WORn
Firecrackers. Hull's.Col. .
up. with his parents, Col. and Mrs. I believe Bradford is the best
Candies, nuts and fruits. Hull'sStore county In the world. If you do not
I). E. .
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and We have Knight. ( believe'! it, you'l: ]lhavo ta get vaccinat '&!'k
something like 500 subscribers UcOLUMNlJ
children will motor to Gainesville this I
ed. Come to E. A.
( Farm
whose Misses Strout ,
time expires during May Belle Fountain of ,
Closing out al winter goods afternoon to spend the holidays with and ..
the first Agency get: vaccinated. We furnish
three months of the Jacksonville and Lubedia Pinholster
new ,
her mother, Mrs M. E. Edwards. year
cheap at Sternberg's.Mrs. virus free G. .
M. Inman
.\ Each one of these may nave 50 cents of Brooker, spent the week-end with FOR SALE-1COO bUBh'ls.good seed Starkemnnnpcr. 1
.. .
box of by renewing during: the coming week. Miss Pearl Lewis north of town. Summers Lulu 12-3-tf. .
Emily Abbott, of Brooker, was Buy a oranges to ship to pinders. Henry' '
friends. Hull. is a case where you can play : Fla. 12.9 bt* ,
among the visitors to. Starke Saturday your Ik
Santa Claus and cave; money by so i LOST-A yellow cow with ono horn

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, doing. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Daniel and son, FRESH COUNTRY EGGS-I want broken oft about half way; marked It
'aul Ernest spent Sunday in Jackson- Russell, of Jacksonville, are Christmas them. Will pay you cash, 70( cents crop split and! underbit in one ear, f
relieves cold.
666 r quickly a vile attending the closing services Hon. E. D. Prevatt returned to his guests. at the home of Mr. and per dozen. 'c. S. Durling's StOMa and underbit in the other. Suitable.
I ot the home at .Green Cove Springs Thursday Mrs. Wm. Edwards. 11-6-tf. reward for delivery to me or information
Mrs.; W. F. Floyd, of Havana, is Billy Sunday meeting. "
after spend ing'several days hereas of whereabouts. C. A. Boyd
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ..
Judge and Mrs. George A. Gardiner a guest of his daughter Mrs. JI. TO SANTA CLAUS FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles Lake Butler, Fin 12-17-21
T. A. Brinson.
, have as Christmas guests, Mr. and A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop went $7.CO( per thousand; primes, $6 per i .
Seal mail with the stamp of Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. to Green Cove with him to spend the Lake Butler thousand. J. C. Crews, Guilford, FOR SALE-Hull buggy and harness,
your Christmas and harness and two-homo
holidays.At Dear Santa Clans Fla. .10-1-tf. wagon
W. S. Yelvington and little son, of I
health-buy the double-barred anti-
I Hastings.The I will write you a few lines to let plow, all in good (condition cheap
tuberculosis seal.
the recent quarterly meeting of you know what I want you to bring FOR SALE-Ford touring car. En- for catih. Write or nee me. Route.

') W. Ff| .Godwin and party of Law- anti-tuberculosis association of he pardon board at Tallahassee, Bis- me Christmas. I am a little girl, 9 gine recently overhauled, runs good A, Starke* co| W. E. Yurborough.
tey were shopping in Starke Tues- Florida are doing splendid work in bee DeSue, colored convicted at the years old, and I am in the 3rd! grade three new tires. Cheap for cash. 12-24-41
day. helping to stamp out the white plague : spring term 100!) of Bradford county and am learning well. I love my teacher Apply Ellery M. Davis. 12-3-tf f
Have you bought their Christmas ,circuit court and sentenced to life im and her name is Miss Kathryn Poklo. )rOil SALE OK UF.NT-30 acres two

, I Seal your mail with the seal of seals for your packages and letters? I prisonment for murder, was granted I love to go to school and I want CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for miles west of I.awtey, 25/ acres In "t
,,' health-the double barred seal. ia t (conditional pardon. you to bring: me a doll and Home nuts prices and ship your ties of aU!) cultivation; good buildings. Easy :
Sugar, 10 cents a lb. Hull's. and fruit, but don't give me nil you grades to Gress Manufacturing Co., terms to purchaser. II. J. Thomas,
N. B. Hull and C. S. Durling are I Mrs D .E. Knight spent several have for all the rest of the little children !- Jacksonville Florida. 8-5-20-lyr 200!) Everegrcen, Jacksonville, Flo.12.24.2t' .

still -sending strawberry plants to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. KIckliter have days In Jacksonville last week and will want .something, too.I .
' {South Florida points. as holiday; guests. their son, Jim Kick- ;(With her friend, Mrs. J. C. Stribling, have a little ulster /C yours old. FOR SALE-12 acre farm clone to '
" liter, of Stetson University, DeLand, ,was n guest at the Shriners' festlvi- fihe Raid to tell you she wanted a doll town, equipped with farming\ Implements :ron SALE-Wataon melon producing,

': Firecrackers, large and small. Hull's and her brother Lucian Wainright lea, including a beautifully. appointed and Nome toys, too. Her name is Ar- and stork Cheap for a three per hill approximating 34,
i Store. ot Jacksonville. uncheon at the Windsor hotel follow. vie Hurst. I will close Dour Santa. quick sale! J. Manning! 12-24-31 88, 40 Iba.? 1 1-2 cars acre Seed
/; d by a special matinee at the Palace. Don't forget: us. We live one mile $1.25 Ib. Reference Allcndulo) Bank I

S t :Miss Mabel Wcller and her cousin Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Chalker and ''More than three hundred ladies from from the Dobson school, eight miles WANTED-Several half croppers.' L. A. Stone.. ), Allendale S. C. It*

. J. J. little son, Charles W. Jr., of Rockford Joints in the state enjoyed this occas _.t Qk ) .
. Truby, motored to Jacksonville ion. .,- . ._-
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Thursday on a shopping tour. Ill, will arrive Sunday to visit at the
home of her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Darby. I Mrs. II. C. Richard left Friday to
Outing 15c
' a yard at Stern join her husband in Palatka where
Men's Silk Shirts, Collars and they will make their future home. It
J. H. Baiwden, of Whittier, Osceola Ties at Sternherg'e.Messrs. Is with deep regret that Starke loses
Mr. and Mrs. Richard!, as they
'ount is are
), spending the holidays with ,
elatives in Starke. W. L. Summers, W. O. the finest type of citizens and for a '
Brooks, and Lonnie Summers, well number of years past have been closely .
known citizens of the Providence ]' identified with the public and prl-
"The Valley of the Giants" section
lin this issue of the Telegraph. SeePage were. transacting business in .vate life of our town. They have Merry Christmas 1!
| 2. Starke Monday. many warm friends hero who wish
for them the best things in life.

Rub-My-Tlsm relieves Rheumatism Mr and Mrs. George Marks, of
[Neuralgia Sprains. 2-11-2:, Daytona, will arrive today to spend Above all "The Valley of the Giants" .... .
the holidays with Mr. and !Mrs. A. M. fie i an instructive story. To be sure, it

Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and children, of Darby. I the little love affair running
through it to give spice
Jacksonville are guests of Mrs. M. and hold the
|L. Johns for the holidays.Mrs. "The Valley of the Giants" is .a attention of the reader, but It is worth
wholesome, instructive story that ev- while reading merely for the information -

: W. C. Powell and Miss Kath ery member of the family will enjoy. to be gained.
leen Alvarez spent Tuesday in Jack- First installment on page 2 of today's .
onville. Telegraph. Seal your Christmas mail with the
i Anti-Tuberculosis double barred seals

The strawberry patches are full of I Cfifi breaks a cold quicker than any -they add just the right touch. As we approach the close of one of the best years in the his-

loom and there will probably be remedy we know. 2-11
erries for Christmas. some Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescott hare tory of this institution, we would fail to do justice to our feelings
Buy the double barred Christmas ,i returned from Homestead, where they

Go to Turner's bakery for cream ,seals and help stamp out tuberculosis.' spent several months. They have as if we did not make this public expression of our gratitude to

bread, 10, 15 and 20 cent loaves They are on sale at J. W. Morgan's guests for the holidays their son, Mr.
everyday. -
11.19-tf. store. F. F. Stump, Scott Drug Co., I Ford Prescott and family of Elmira, those who have favored us with their patronage. _
Mitchell Drug Store. N. Y. Young Mr. Prescott has many

T. H. Rimes, one of the substantial t friends here who will be pleased to I
(armers of the "Everbest" Oleo the finest made. know of his successful career as a
Dukes section, trans. We have retained our old friends and added l new ones
cted busines sin Starke Wednesday.Send Made In Elkin, Ill., and churned with mechanical engineer rile is designer many
the whole milk not skimmed milk.Hull's for the American LaFrance Fire Engine
during the year, which leads us to believe that our efforts to he
in your remittance now if Store. Company one of the largest concerns -
insh to save 60 cents on next year's of its kind in the country. Mr. of real service to the community are being more and more ap-.
Prescott is
ubscription to the Telegraph. We are sure our readers will enjoy a graduate in mechanical I
"The Valley of the Giants." It is one engineering from the University of I
I predated. We are proud of this for our conception of the bank-
Army blankets and comforts. Hull' of the big story successes of the year Florida, and both he and his alma mater ,
tore. and everyone who has read it gives it are to be congratulated on his fine ,
the highest praise. I advancement. ing business has always been that a bank's duty is not alone to

A few doses 666 break a cold. Misses Kathleen Alvarez, Florence I Price raising ;is generally done I make dividends for its stockholders, but that its higher duty is to

Dressed hogs, chickens turkeys Matthews and Josephine Brlnsont who without advance notice to the render' service its and its
eese and eggs are shipped from are attending the Woman's College, but the TeleRraphhas PUbliC'j helpful to patrons individually' to community -

'tarke in large quantities daily. Tallahassee returned home Saturday give thirty days' notice to : .
to spend the holiday vacation with scribers' In order that they may avail collectively. :. w. '

To break a cold take 666. 2-11 homefolks. themselves of theold price If they ...
wish to. Everyone has now had fair I
Mr and Mrs: E' K. Prryman. of A new building has been erected at notice. and an opportunity to renew '- We sincerely wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy Pros'u

'anford, are spending Christmas the poultry farm of L. A. Davis Jr., for a year at the old rate. The new I ., -
he home of her parents, Mr. and at It is intended for office, incubatorroom rate goes into effect at the close of .. perous New Year to all Starke and Bradford County.BANK .

Irs. C. L. Peek. and storage for the many differ business on December 81st .
ent feeds supplied the chickens. "t '

William Struth, Jr.. who is employ. NO MORE CREDIT I ,
d by Swift *: Coin Jacksonville In Bradford county during the past '
pent Sunday here with his month there has been a large sale of After January lit I will 'discontin
r.. and anti-tuberculosis Christmas seals: ue the credit business
Mrs. William Struth,,, St. and. will sell '
They give an attractive touch to letters goods for cash only. j ,
J. L Matthews of Bland, and T. and packages, and each one Experience has shown me 'that the ,
*. Rimes, of the Dukes section were 'bought helpe in a good cause.Col.and I losses In the credit business. compel

guslnew, visiton'to Starke Wednes- the charging of higher prices, and I
Mrs. Lee M. Hammel and intend hereafter to sell for cash !in order I
daughter. Miss Huldah. of Wauchula, I I that I may give my customers the
are holiday guests\ of Rev. and Mrs. benefit of the lowest possible prices OF STARKE
Catarrh Can Be Cured B. D. Law. Col. and Mrs. Hammel lAnd business conducted on this basis ;

Catarrh to a local d...,... IITU" Influ- :are Mrs. Law's parents. will prove more satisfactory all
n eel. reequaetlr.atuconaltUNodealn.. If ents. I around. I
t. HALL'S MEDICINE' r_tCATAHKU -: I appreciate the patronage I have E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. WHITE, Cashier"f '

taken Nlood lnt4rDallJ' and acta through Rub- fy-Tlsm cures bruises, cuts;! 'had in the past and solicit a continuance -
: .t.m.011I' the' Mu"oUB; CATARRH Surfaow. ofEDa burn,..does. tetter4,etc. 2-11-21 with the assurance that my j .
::.IL'rh. ;
dI.Ce..e( foundation oft prices will;** asJow....s Jt Js possible !
:: the I"nt:1; health and gaw1.t8 Pile. Cared la 6 to 14 0.,.. to make them ;: 1 i .. .n
ire I" dolllif I.. ..... Watch u ,.
U D ueai.ta .k. Drugtlletirehtadmoott If PAZO OnCTMENT fall* j for lIpric". in the Telegraph
I. Chewy ., ( Irculer. free.' Blind Blcodlnl, oc Prauvdla Puss after January 1st.
Co,. Toledo Ohio."risrw. u ly r.:' rn 'hchLui' Elle.' sii dd I
t.u4.u a..yax ti; 1.y. IJ"il.} : 12-24-2t W. M. BRYAN. ..:



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: ,00. Working short-handed, we for a city pert aO hidden away here fewteea year old there occurred a* -
t; coo'.da't get any ftIJII.... on her tosik .., f Important event tn his life. In a com- ration, the young lady rtlnrt1 ,jp ?, ,
A at.Sbe gate and .
scraml/Ied .
e of-)'rog.uyage. Sew know, and loved It. XtcTavUh '1...* oar Deodable effort to Increase his Income when Into e* ;;, I I

1 : the rest< to the
< fl To
: ; MVALLEY9fO -And jou'r* a rt-claft A. B-" she ail I meter-I-ran a bit foolish 14! house and her oo a Saturday mom- able time did be give that t, -:. ', '!

t-: :: t" ; ; rniUed. If you're tanking for a berth I[ fe r. bat I found rest and comfort leg while down on his knees weeding |i before back tot tbe the call booe of duty and bn '. _.:.' '. 3 ..j
my father win be dad to ship yon. here. IfcTavUb' even before I met carrots be chanced to look up and ; ed
:-.t "Sorry, bat I can't go*" be called a* her and Fm thinking HI nave to come! discovered a young lady gazing at him i crop of carrots.: When be a ,.. -,
\ be toward the ladder here often |i tactfully: however that It v . .,,
THEGIANTSJ: toned companion ; for the same. Sbe wa through the picket fence. She wa a 1 *
I Tm Cardigan, and I own this like this sunbeam. UcTavUh. Sbe- few years his Junior, and a stranger I I necessary: that his guest an/j : : ,jt
\ sawm':: and must stay here and look I a.h separate, a difficulty: arose ->,
f! tbt I| Sumner refused point black :
after It. I "Aye. murmured McTavUh buskfly"I s-a
., There wa a tight exultant feeling tea Te wonldna gee her a common tie premlaes. She liked Erjfv. : L:,

, : In his middle-aged heart as be scampered ; or a public spa In which. to wait for j ji : hair and became be had. been !aj,
I to tier he
.r The bad An ; was a stranger in s.-, j !u
'. along the deck. girl: i ye. yell be .shuttle down the "\i;; and now that she ,
wonderful dark auburn hair and brown j mill an' totrgln'-camp* aa* laylo off the bad found a: -r*.

eyes, with a mllk-wtrte skin that fun bonds In her honor for a bit! able companion It wu far fr<,c:. let
I .. I i ,Intention to desert
and wind had sought In vain to blemish. Tntn after the funeral UcTovUh. biro '.
" \ PETERB.KYNE And for aQ her girlhood she was I And ten your men they'll be paid for So Miss Sumner stayed antep: .e d J
i Bryce weed his '"
woman-bred from a race (his own the lost time. That will be all lad. carrot, and kite* u '
i \ j,1 -.Al777fOJ:2 Or "t:4"PPY: RICffc5"3' people) to whom danger and despair t When UcTavUh' was gone. John j a voluntary laborer she was at .earl i

: COPry P>lf3HT>. Yi PFTER.B.KY! merely famished a tonic for their Cardigan sat down' on a small sugar worth her board, at noon Era ', n ,
\ | I brought her la
'.\ w Mr Tully ;
.. courage What a mate for a man! pine windfall his bead held slightly
And be looked at him pridefully. to one side while he listened to that j I request for luncheon. When ne vent" 1;%Ito

t ) I.r' CHAPTER It was a tiny mm.Judged by pwaeni- i, 'which In the redwood 1* not sound : the mill to carry la tie t :. :Mit .it, i
i for .
day standards for in a foorteen-boar They were married before the ship | but rather the absence of It. And a* the cook the young lady ret.rued f Y

.1 tbe summer of 1V> a topsail working 3y John Cardigan aDd bis was loaded and on a knoll of tbeloggedover be listened be absorbed a subtle comfort 1 rather sorrowfully to the Hotel r :

. acbooner: slipped Into tte: core under oxen could not cot more than twenty lands back of the town i from those huge brown trees so I t Sequoia with a fervent promise r, let

'" Trinidad head and dropped anchor at thousand feet cf lumber. Nererlbelesa and commanding' a view of the bay, I' emblematic of Immortality; In the him the next day. kbt did. aca Bon: '" ;

; the edge of the kelp-field Fifteen when Cardigan looted at bla mm.. with the ark-forested bills In back I thought be grew dose to his Maker, took ber for a long ride up ': v the [ ,

'r1 j minute later her smaU-bn deposited his great heart would swell with and the second-growth redwood I, and presently found that peace which I Valley of the Giants and show: *} her .:: .

i on the beach a Bum armed with lone pride."Ilere. flocrlfthlng In the front yard be built : be sought Love such as theirs could I 1 his mother' grave They put tome t '

,.' t,! squirrel rifle and an axe, and carrying ," laid John Cardigan to blm- her the finest home la Sequoia. Here never die. . The tears came: at j flowers on the grove, and when they ,

food and clothing In a brown eaava* elf exultingly when a long-drawn his son RI'7Ct'II.! born, and here, two Last :. returned to town and Bryce was \unsaddling .

I I park. From the beach be watched wan told him his circular" saw "was days later, the new-made made ; At sundown be walked home bearIng 0 the ponies. Shirley drew! t

i : the boat return and aaw the acbooner biting Into the first redwood log to be '' the supreme sacrifice of maternity. T;I I on armful of rhododendrons and Midget' nose down' to her and kissed I
weigh anchor and stand"oat to *ea mined since tbe world began "I shall It. Then she commenced to
f For halt a day following the de j jI i ierrtKtioa I dogwood blossoms which be arranged! seep ,
r 'r. before the Dortkwest trade Wb n bund a city and can .It fceqoota. BT'I of bis Eden John: Cardigan f I In the room where abe lay. Then he rather violently. 1

;: abe had disappeared from his ken beswung to-morrow I shall have cut svfflclent sat dumbly beside: his wife, his. great :, ought the nurse who bad attended ire "What are yon crying about i
his pack to his broad and pow timber to make a start First I shall bard band caressing the auburn head i, ber. Bryce demanded Girls were so bard .

erful bark .and strode resolutely Into build for my employees! better homes whose every thought for three yearn Td tike to bold my son" he saidgenU jeHello to understand "u

: the timber at the mouth of the river. than the rude attacks. and tent-bxnues ; had been his happiness and comfort ,.. May ir v Tm go-going b-b-bhomo tomorrow,

\ The man was John Cardigan; la they now occupy; rtien I shall build. j I Then the doctor came to him and men. She brought him the baby and she bowled.He .

1 .; that lonely, hostile land be was the myself a fine residence with six: !' cloned the matter of funeral arrangements placed It la his great arm that Little BoIII )'." 'was stricken with dlsu:10and:: ,

\ first pioneer. This I..* the tale ofCardg.n rooms and tike room that faces the trembled so; he sat down and gazed Sequoia. Ensued the following bode her desist from ber vain repli.!
: and Cardigan sou. for In bay chap be the partor. When I can togs But ber heart
was broken
Cardigan looked at him blankly. end
.\ Ii up long and earnestly at this flesh of hit conversation : "Hello little boy.
Us chow- tend the nloneer leader In afford It. I strait build more houses omehow-Bryce
\ Funeral arrangements? He passed appeared to act auto
g flesh and blood of bla blood Toallbave "Hello yourself I I ain't a little
l} ;i\ the glgmnt- task of hewing a path I shall encourage' tradesmen to set up his gnarled band over hi leonine bet hair and skin and .,.ea." be boy." m.Uca1IJ'-be: bad his arm around

: \ was to know the bliss of _oma '* lore la business In Sequoia and/ to my city I| had "Ah, yea, I suppose so. I shall murmured. "My son my eon. I shall She Ignored the COI'n'ctIoa.what' her "Don't cry Shirley. be plraded.
, f and of pareotbood. and the sorrow I stall present: a church and a scbool- j I attend to it." "It breaks my bean to see yon
love you N, for now I must love for are yon doing T"
"'I that coos of the loss of a perfect boose. We shall have a volunteer fire He rose' and left the hoaR, walking | 1Sort'ow I sball keep from "Weedln' carrot Do yon want Midget 111 give her to
department and If God Is I I I I you CaD't.ou seer "
) i mate; be wa to know the trwneodocs ,good with bowed bead out of Sequoia up you.
please God and happiness and worldlycomfort "What forrBryce
Joy of occonpllrtkment and worldly shad at a later date get out some i i the abandoned and decaying skid- Between sobs Shirley confe* tl that
shall I leave you when I highly incensed'
go at having
, 4 s nece** after Infinite labor; and tty loog-lenrtb fu-tlmber and build a ; road through the second-growth' red- the prospect of parting with. biro and
to her.n.. nuzzled! his grizzledcheek been designated little
' a boy this
, j the sunset of life be was' to know the schooner to freight my lumber to j wonds: to the dork green blur that against the baby's face. "Just superior damsel his by not Midget 'was provocative of her
li doll despair of failure and rain. Hecanae market And she shall lure three I marked' the' old timber the skid- saw opportunityto woe. This staggered Bryce and
up pleased
you treeV be whispered. silence here "Cat's
, masts .Instead/ of and halt ) tny for kitten
of tbene things there la a tale twos carry road recently swamped from the landIng him Immensely. ADd at
"just nd trees to help me breeches" be retorted partlnf
I ,;+: to be told the tale of Cardigan's on, a million feet of lumber! Instead of totbe down timber where the you + my -without any she kissed him good-bye
j reiterating
't :
: I to bang on 0. plucky: finish. evidence! of originality, we must c oboe when his sire Ml In tbe fray two hundred thonxand. First. hw- crosscut men and ber opinion that be '
\ : I barkpeelers were at For love and paternity. bad come to Less,, and for the space of several minutes was the nicest,
took op the fight to avehis herltsgea ever, I must build a steam toft-oat to | work, oo Into the green timber where kindest boy she bad ever met
I or hopedto
f him late la life and so bad his first gave all) his attention to his
f tale of life with Its lore and bate. tow my vchoooer In and out over the wooc>>-boaa and his men werechopping. crop. meet.
Its battle Tlctory: defeat, labor. Joy. Unmboldt bar. And after* that-ah. J I great sorrow; wherefore, since be was And presently the visitor spoke again When Shirley and her uncle

and sorrow. a tale of that ulM'ooqu.rable well That Is sufficient for the [ "Come 'with Dot accustomed to these heritages of "I like your hair little boy. If* a aunt boarded the end
I : me, McTavUh. he saidto I steamer for San
I all flesh, he would here to adjust himself pretty red.
spirit of youth which ipurredBryce present.
I his "woods>o L They passed! Francisco Bryce! itood'' dlaconsnfateon
to the change. But his son and That settled the Issue between
Cardigan to lead a forlorn Thus did John Cardigan: dream and through the dock and
l t' : a. narrow gap between two I bit tree*-ah. yea they would help. them. To be hailed as little to SMrley
i ;, hope for the sake not of wealth but as be dreamed be worked. The city low hills and boy was unto be could
emerged a long narrow no longer discern heron
"I of an Ideal Hark then, to this tale of Sequoia was born with the Argo-: valley where the' redwoods grewthickly 1 I And be would gather more redwoods bad enough but to be reminded of his the dent He thought of his elfin
of Cardigan' redwood: naat'a six-rootn manxlon of rough redwood ;, now 1 crowning misfortune was adding Insultto I
and where the companion
smallest tree very frequently for a week,
board and dozen three-room CHAPTER II. Injury. He rose and
.I Along the roast of California a ,
J was not less than fifteen feet In diameter and be lost his appetite, very much to
cabins with lfan-to kitchens and the approached the fence with the Intention
J through the secret valleys and over ; '
and two hundred and fifty feet I Mrs. tulle_ concernT' __in__ th__.
the tumbled foothills of the Coast tradespeople came when<< John Card talL A young calf-breed Digger woman of pinching the Impudent stronger nu
McTavUh teelhead
followed his I trout began to
at In Eelriver
'j(, run
: range, extend. a belt of timber of gun with something of the largeness I matter's heels I ICt'O.e. who bad suffered the loss of the latestof suddenly and surreptitiously, and i
4 as they penetrated this j and the sweetest event that canoccur
,} an overage width of thirty miles. In of his own redwood trees gave them making their. way with dlffl- !, her numerous progeny two day sending bet away weeping. As his 1i In any boy's Ul11eDC'e-tha IUddt'n >
approaching It from the culty the
through underbrush natn awakening to the
I wonder and
a the first" tree loom suddenly agalimt the building of their' enter I jprints. ,I I Installed In the house as nurse to John wicked mUslon. the little miss lookedat beauty of life
so poignantly I realized
the horizon-an outpost a* It were, of Also the dream of the schoolhouse Cardigan's son. whom be called Bryce him In friendly fashion and queried : la his first HI1l'alr--w. lost !
the boot of giant whose! column and the church came true, as I Ii Ir the family nrme of his .mother's peo "What's your no me 7"t sight
of by IVyce. In month
a he had for-
tretcbea south nearly four hundred did the steam tugboat and schooner pie A Mrs. Tully widow of Cardi Braces bond hesitated "Bryce '
",. . mile to where the last. of the rearguard with tt.r.-e mast gene fret engineer In the mill wo Cardigan. answered gruffly gotten the Incident ; In six months he
had forgotten Shirley' Sumner.
"fI>.; maintains eternal sentry-go on At forty Jbn Cardigan 'was younger engaged as housekeeper and cook ; and Tm Shirley Sumner. aLe ventured

'i the crest: of the mountains overlooking than at!est iiien at thirty, albeit! be N with his domestic establishment reorganized "Let's be friends.
hr; the Interior of worked fourteen hours r these. "When did (Continued Next Week'! '.
Monterey bay Far In a day, slept along simple lines you come to live in
I)' the state be>.ond the! futile Sun eight, and consumed the remainingtwo Jon! Cardigan turned with added Sequoia tie demanded

.11.'' Joaquin ,valley, the allies of this vast at leis meals.. Hut through all eagerness to his business affairs hop "I done live here. I'm Just visiting! Fingernail Statistic .

army hold a small sector on the west those fruitful years of toll be bad I.I I.Ii I.. lag;!: between them, and his boy to here with toy aunt and uncle. We're It Las been esUiu.ted by a u::.Titlrt \

%Iope of the SUerras. still found time to dream and the .salvage as much a* possible from staying at be hotel and there's nobody that In a lifetime '(If 70 year a man
There are the redwood forests of spell| of the redwoods had lost none what seemed to biro. In the first .pangsof : i to play with. My uncle's name grows nails which If It were p,..- 'Me :

California the only tree of their of Its pole .cy- his loneliness and desolation the Is Penn'ngon.! ) go's my aunt's. He's to press-rvc" them uncut wcr.i 'cb '

J kind in the world and I Indigenous onlyto At forty-two Cardigan was the first wreckage; of bus life out here baying: timber and we live the tenph ..f 7 feet 9 lorhw 1

'. these two area within the state. mayor of Sequoia. At forty-four be "V\hil ISrjee was In swaddlingHothea In Michigan." I .

"( Notwithstanding sixty years of attrition was standing on his dock one dar he ',\.a known only to those Her gaze wandered pa"c't Bryce to Why Mr. Joe Armstrong c.'d.rate' l ::.

there, remain In fhl* section of watching his tug kick Into her berth female of Sequoia to whom his half- where his Indian pony stood with her Dog Trainer, r_ Rat !Sn "> f\

tbe redo d bolt thousand upon the first! witiHtf-rlKKPd ship that bad rcvl' foster mother proudly exhibited head out rif tbe window of ber box "Noticed rats around m\ ;;. ,

J'" tbon..ands of acre of virgin timber ever come to Humboldt bay to load a Lira f when taking bill abroad for an stele conUintilatlns her master. having; hundreds of prize 'I.- ir

I that lad already attained a vigorousgrowth cargo of clear redwood for foreinjVllvery. airing In his perambulator. With his -Oh. fill i a dear. little bone r' not take chances. Tried RAT \ tin ; i

'when, Clirlot was crucified. ( She was a big P.ath-I'llIt advent Into rompers however and the Shirley Sumner exclaimed.bose three weeks, every rot u -. '! r r

In iris** ranging\ from ft..eto twenty, dipper| and her master a lusty f, iwnRaster I assumption of his American prerogative is her Noticed that the dogs never v. .. .,

feet la diameter, the brown trunks"' :: a widower with one daughtrt ) of free speech, his father developed Taint o he. It'. a clue And RAT SNAP. I tell my fr" ? :f.!
rise prri-oxl'cularly' to a height: of who had come with him around the the habit of bringing the child she belongs to me." RAT SNAP." Use this *.- ,. "II'

1 from ninety to a hundred and fifty, Horn. Join) Cardigan saw this girt: down to tbe mill office to which be "Do you ride herr exterminator it's safe C,."*'* ,I"'

.."'T. + feet before putting forth a single | come up on the quarter-deck: end added a playroom that connected: with Sot: very often now. Tro getting form S sizes 35c 65c, I'' - ,1' t.

limb, which frequently U more maw j stand by with a hearing-line' In bet his private offices Hence prior to his too heavy for her so Dad' bought mea and guaranteed by D. C Ji,,' .; 'h' .'

1:, see than the growth which men rail : hand l : calmly she fixed her glance : second birthday, Bryce divined that horse tLat weighs nine hundred "

'. a tree In the forest of Mlchlgiin.Scattered upon him and as the ship was shunted his father was closer to him than pounds. Widget only weighs the A TONIC ; I

: ': t' t"tween the giants, like In closer to the dock, she made the Ii motherly Mrs Tully or the balf-breed hundred. He considered her a moment Grove's
Tasteless chill Tonic restore It
r I.,, ubjwts around their. king, one finds cart to Cartlsan, He caught the I 1 girl. Moreover Us father took him on while clue gazed In awe upon and
I noble fir'e. or i>In<-., with some light hen.nIng! .line hauled la the wonderful Journeys which no other this man with two horses "Can .yon Energy and Vitality by Purifying I'

,,:; 'alrmralno live oak! bla) fc oak' pepperwood heavy handle stem-line to wblcb 'They Came at Length tin''mlwr of the household bad even ride a pony?" he asked., for no reason Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu ..
to a Little Amphitheater
I, tnadrone. yew, and cedar. It wee attached, and slipped tbe loop suggested that he was aware of. strengthening.Invigorating effect! see how

mot!, John Cardigan nettled In Humtoldt i if Of the tUOOrlnff-cnttt* nwpr n the-- nlr.hln--..'-.- i Of all their adventures together j She sighed shaking tier bead resignedly. it brings color to the cheeks and bow
county, where the sequoia" erclr. I at the end of tbd "We haven't it improves the appetite you will thed '
I sea, ; r they came at length to a little amphitheater however, thowe which: occurred on theirfrequent any room to (i'!
,' tOil; attains \be pinnacle of Its glory Some men wanted aft here to take : a < wring perhaps. a hundred excursion' up to the Valleyof keep a puny at our houe In Detroit. appreciate its true tonic value.

and with the hint for conquest hot 1 Inbis up the slack of tbe stern-line on the : fet In diameter! OYaJ-6Ia(>eoll and the Giant Impressed themselves she! explained., and added Hopefully: Grove Tasteless chill Tonic it umpl

r blood, lie, Bled upon| a quarter- windless, sir. be shouted to tbe surrounded by a wall of redwood* of imperishably,, upon ttryce's memory! "But I'd love to ride Midget I suppose Iron and Quinine suspended In tyrup So I

1 section of the timber almost on the skipper I wbo was walking around on : such dimensions that even McTavlsh How! well!I he remembered' tbelr first I could. learn to ride If somebody I pleasant even children like it. ITtood.

shore of Ituroboldt be-Iand upon top of tile bt.u.naat girl ftln't'I wtoo w-as no stranger to these naturalmarvels top. seated. astride his father'sl taught me how- I, need QUININE to Purify it and IROS to
which | haul her In alone." ... lIe looked at her agtiln. Enrich it. Destroy Malarial germ and ,
a city subwHjnently was to he I i I i I wa struck with wonder.llcTarlsh. miders with hU sturdy little leg At that
-g built. With his double-bitted axe and Cant. r m short.banded" theskipper :i ," Cardigan jtroiiad 1 CiirdlLiin's neck. and his chubby period of his life be was Inclined to : Grip germs by iu Strengthening In\11101-'
$ crosscut saw John: Cardigan brought replied.! "Jump aboard and : died this morning" "sh Retie hands clasping the old man's i regard girls so a necessary evil. For I sung Eft'75c'

the first of the redwood giant cnub help her. I Tm nor distressed for sir" ears they. had gone op the abandon some Immutable reaoa they .existed ,
ing to tbe earth above which It had Cardigan made a long: leap from the the woods-boss answered yon -go:! and< into the seml-"
7.c l towered for twenty centuries, and in dock to the sblp'a rail balanced there I whisper"' In theo camp yesterday"We'd that the a ...... of the. forest terminating sod It was Mt hope U,at be would .get

i the. form of split i-"its, railroad ties, lightly; a moment and sprang( to the : his 'was like to tjp In a bad dunk! In a shower of sunshine that through; life and see as little as possible

pickets, and shako the fallen giant deck: Il. Inserted a belaylng-pin In : Cardigan scoffed way. fell tn tii OIK-U K|,,ice wl ere a boy of tile exRKperatln:; sex. !Neverthelesa. ,

was hauled to tidewater In oz-dnwn the windlass, .paused. and looked at' dear space! la the with brown his foot a cr..>i fitter.
wag"ns. and shipped to San Francisco the' girl. -"RalKe a chantey" tae sop j jgrotetl. I Take two men from the dins. Iry.-e looked forward: with some miss through the palings, he was j

In the! UttSe. two-mutl"ol coastingschooner Instantly abe lifted a sweet ': McTavlfb, ." he ordered section-gang.and eag! <*n.e....> to three frequent trips with sensible of a sneaking desire to IIn"ta..or I

: of the! period Here, by the contralto In that rollicking old ballad j I them dig her grave here" ,then have Mt father '''0 the pJac where Mother In her eyes-also' equally "PD"" '., Mr. Dodaon. the "Liver Tone'
oc abominable magic of barter and trade of the s.a-"niow the Men TK>wn." j a trail through : swamp dear went in besv) _." ble of tile fact that tile path to that

tbe dismembered tree "wo* transmutedInto Round the wlndla" s Cardigan walk i j out to th* donker-Iaadlng.the underbrush' and When ttryce was six years... old, bis desirable end lay'between. himself and |!' Man Responsible for Change t
dollars and rent:' and returned ed, steadily and easily and the' so we can Midget i '
JI:1r1..j: j carry her in. The funeral father sent him to the public school for the Better'
i to Mumholdt county to assist' John eyes widened in wonder all he the I e: private. be la Sequoia with lie children of his I "Well I suppose If yon want a ride

Cardigan In his task of. hewing an work of three powerful rn n. When ]I t McTavinh logger and tnni-hands. thus laying nfhsve. to give It to gnu" he crnm- I I
empire out of a ", 'UdpmI'1'LTlmt the ship bad been warped In and the I orders! sir?* (1tSt'd..aT further the foundation for a democratic education i bled I
John slack of the line I morning great filling{ off in the sale! m ot
passed Cardigan no < made fast op the "'T... When all too Infrequent with the win :.
longer swung nn axe or dragged a hilts, she said : i gap la the hill you come to that little of men rated .. mllllnnll''..... Bryce's I., "Oh. I think you're *o nice. she declared. They. all give the same rea o?
crixs-cut saw through a fallen redwood "PI....... run fnr'd and I cease your logdag Liver Tone i* taking' its phI
help '
my and bear off yondor." lie was much the same as that "Ckkimel I. dangerous and pIt t y
lie was an employer' of labor father with the bowlines.! Tou',. I band. "I'm not going waved the his of other lad to Sequoia, save that in'' A thrill shot through him that was ," Dodmn's Liver Tone b t

r now well known In San Francisco asa worth Mire. foremast hands. Indtnvd. I I f ber in this valley. You to cut tim the matter uf tort and later gun, I akin to pain ; wti- difficulty did be guaranteed by ever druppi-' So

v, rnnuufnctarer cf split-redwood! products I didn't expect to see a sailor on thin i what It I*. Tbe! trees here see McTavtch. .\tlblne.rod. dolts and ponies be'wa a restrain' an Impulse to Bush wildly it. A large bottle doesn't .cx. t

1. the purchases sending their dock." j I ha vent the heart to' -ah. man. source' of- envy to his fellows. After Into the table and saddle MldgeCln/ But if it fails to give easy reicm : .,:-!
own dchooners for the "I hat) to destroy Goofsmost furious haste Instead' ** of liver lugginhnea ..u'r
cargo. And t'f'mEaroun" the Horn wonderful bis tenth year his father. placed blot be walked to ,";

presently John Cardigan mortgaged to pet here." Miss" he explained, and she loved: this! .spot.handiwork.UcTarlKh Pestdem 00 the mill pay on. and on .payday the !born slowly and with extreme! ,, tion just. ask.Liver for your Ton monrDodsoa'a u s\ 'want.ira-

1 all of his timber holdings with a San; when a man hara't money to pay for called the valley her and she be was wont to line up with the milcrew dignity: When he reappeared, be was tasting, purely vegetable rem -

Francisco bank, made a heap of bis bIll passage, he needs must work It." Giants.. I-I gave It to Valley her of the to receive his modest stipend often leading Midget: a little allverpolnt' less to both children and ..dL. ,J Takr

1 winnings and like, a true' adventurer "rm the second mate" she explain ding prevent because she for a wed. dollars for carrying to kindling to runt of a Ktamath Indian pony, and a spoonful at night and waki. uK, ,1

; staked. his all on a new venturetheQrst ed. "We had a succession of galesfrom a dream that some day bad the a bit of the cook! In the mill kitchen each day Closes! a sturdy pinto cayuse from the .ntomatb bUiousneiw, tick hes bow<- ."J II 1
sawmill in Ilnmloldt the' Falkland' town I cattle In or eoutipatcd
\ county. to the Evangvllstas. started would after school. range over Trinity county' .pie ATtW
." The timbers for It were hewed' out by and there! the mate! got her and when that grow time came op to and yonder gap i, This otherwise' needless arrangement "191 hav* to ride with goat he an the doeuit next gripe like or sun violent I-calomel

'l l land ; the board and planks were In Irons and she took three his ones afford It. twas In her mind we to could was old Card1gana way of teaching' : tlounC' D't let a tenderfoot like a dose of day calomel: today and tomorto', '

,,! tvhlpeawed.S over_ __the taffrall and cost us eight her \ of the Giants t* ct..e'al1t'1 his boy financial responsibility you go out alone on )(Idnt." feel weak kk and asutos
I Sequoia Cwill
e a i When Inane Cisrdlfsn..' ._wins shoal_ Al> aflutter with dollentrnl tntlci- a day. k''



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FARMERBROWN have found vs. They thought we were 1

fi News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I At The State FarmSunday 1 lost. oWe '

-- -4 .,, W.-. __ Say, Brown, what' all going on at I!I wasn't, just been asleep. Say. I:
= = Starke today Get me any chewinggum won't it seem funny to have good i

M. [] iM News or candy for Christmas? ,'straight roads, good big farms all \
? = No dear DeWitt Jones doesn't cleared \II'ith good fences all over
t : afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. I but the rain prevented this pastime my ,
___ --- AA&AAAA&aATold M. Alvarez, their daughter, Mis taking place. Along one side of a carry any of that trash in his[ stock. | them good crops winter and summer

by Our Exchanges.Car Kathleen, little grandson, William large! yard runs a well appointed lie's on hand. with solid stuff', like all something to show them snow diggerswhen
down this It'll
. Graham Mr. Leo Canova and a Telegraph grandstand, where spectators may enjoy kinds of hardware and say, he's selling they come way.
.. -- .___-_-_-_-_- .ju. I mighty make 'em stl.'tc1their eyes to seeestrawbelrles
-_ -.-._-__ ---- ----- cc representative made a trip to the frames. i /: it, too. Keeps Snyder |'! !in bloom hero in Jan-
sleeping, he rushed to the owner's the State Farm. The scribe had not It would require a week to take in busy trucking in and trucking out (
+i E. Johnson met 'Uory cabbage lettuce, !fc-arrots, all
J. ,
Inspector kinds of stoves and such. Cookstoves
in four and
visited the
room, caught him by the arm, barked place years all the details of the State Farm. Our
tlmost the Lakeland rutabagas
instant death in kinds -of greens, turnips, .
noted a good many more buildingsthan heating stoves, oil stoves, oil j|
and did a number of things convince time was limited and the men folks i '
>arils when he was caught cheating Irish potatoes and such. f'J ;
the former time necessitated stoves New goods coming inmost
the man that his life was in of the party could only take a look at
freight Tara.Joaeph danger. en account of the increased acreage the many splendid draft animals kept every da)'. Don't keep them on I I 1 Oh. 'my, won't. it make their mouths 1,
the shelves until you Ret used to seeing water t Wake up, let's do it; we can.
cultivated. there
-' English, lineman in,the emoy One of the new buildingsis to draw implements over the
+ of the Western Union, was hita Forty-five students of the University n tuberculosis hospital. From a thousands of acres of cultivated land. them in the sane place, same a. ,Then our land will bring three times
r. shuttle train in Jacksonville and of Florida at Gainesville were indefinitely distance the place looks like a man One is amazed to sec nearly all of you do the old woman around' the as much as it will all grown up to

$, id a shortly after being taken to St. suspended on charges of ufacturing village, because of its the prisoners walk about as they house No, air, lie sells 'cm. weeds, not )plowed under yet from lastear's i' '
of the He feels so good about it hers got }' crop, but put in something to *
:fi Lakes' hospital. hazing. The suspension students many smoke stacks tanks and towers. please without guards watching them ) r
came after a thorough investigation It was raining and cold, end the with guns in* their hands. This is on on a smile like a coon dog when you look green. Then when you show a
I'Over a thousand hampers of beans by the faculty into the charge party gladly accepted the invitationto account of the honor system which take thQ, old Run down and say "('011I0 man your farm, he'11)) say right olT,

,ere handled from Fort Lauderdale of general hazing on the university listen to a sermon in the large hall Superintendent J. S. 131itch has on, Boneg. Of course, it's most "This l is the place night here wo )

.t yt lit week. Besides this there were campus which have been recently going that answers as a <,church lecture brought about. Yet if there was nothing Christmas time and the stock's getting camp. Good farming country cheap a

.true amount of potatoes, peppers and the rounds of the state press. The room and theatre. Rev S. Bcnham, to hold them to the place but their thinned down some, but guess it lands', plenty of wood, good water ..

..y gplant. Fort Lauderdale is expect. faculty investigation committee, af- of Milliard, gave an excellent discourse given word, few would) probably remain will last until he can haul up newstuiT good !live town, good railroads and a

.. I to ship a tremendous amount of ter sifting down the evidence in the to the most attentive and best -unions they wanted to. But from the depot. Everyone in good live farmers' organization for ,
potables during the season. reports, centered their charges on the behaved audience we have ever" seenif 'there are other inducements for stay- town seems to be pretty busy and all the best markets; to buy and sell In r
recent head-shaving acts which numbers - the floor had not been covered Ing. Well trained bloodhounds are soiling u lot of jim cracks for Christ : carload lots all kinds of farm products -

,'-Dn motion of the defense the case of members of the freshman with sawdust one could have heard n kept, but should a fugitive evade the mas. to be shipped to the best market R,
!; f Dr. Paul C. Perry, prominent Jack- class were subjected to recently. pin drop. After the sermon came a hound ,-every officer of the law in the Don't see where Santa's coining in. and not to glutted market. That's

vile physician, charged, with man- hymn, well rendered by the powerful state would know of the escape an They'll all 1)C> stocked with presents what the farmers hero and nil over .
ughter as the result of an opera- While at work on the Lakeland coal' voices of the colored men and women, hour later and bo on the lookout. But before he gets around They're all the U. S. are going to do and are do-

performed on Mrs B. D. I..ahe chute at the Atlantic Coast Line shops I hundreds of them, who occupied one the greatest inducement is the good got on a broad smile, except the printer ing now. Tell 'em the governmentnow ,

;11 of Merritts! Island, was con- Lloyd Roach, colored, got\ his foot on I side of the hall. I treatment and comradeship. The prls- and the sheriff. The printer Rays is bound to help the farmer or .

}I' |med until the March term of court a live wire and was killed almost in After the audience had left and on- 'loners arc not overworked or abused some folks think it don't pay to ad. go hungry. There will be new laws. 4..

order to give the defendant time' stantly. The cable which carries the ef a few visitors remalneS a young inmate In any way; they are well fed and vertise because every one knows we'ro passed Id protect the producer1 and ..
f'secure expert testimony. coal buckets to the elevator became of the institution seated himselfat 'when ill are under the care of good here and got the goods Now I don't stop this profiteering! and scalping
entangled and Roach went to the top the piano and rendered a selection 'doctors. They are allowed amusements believe that. I've been here in this what the farmer produces" r''

Because of countless acts of unfair. to see what was the matter and in or two. Mr. Canova then volunteeredto are well treated by visitors[ man's country 20 years and I founda We can all have a nice winter garden ,

;t upon' the part cf labor leaders, some way placed his shoe over against sing to the player's accompanimentand -and the religious services are calculated store today that I never saw or if we try (not halt try). I can i
|ls claimed Tampa is now heralded the live wire which the company had his rich, clear baritone brought to cheer them up and inspire heard 0(!. Say and it was quite a show you a winter garden in this ',

+i er the entire United States as an placed there for power and lights, and repeated applause. He has charmed faith and hope. And continued good store, too but somehow never noticedit man's town that is so nice and green ... tit

: ,en shop" city; and the business in- although he called to other helpers many audiences with his singing but {! behavior will bring pardon sooner or before.' Never say anything aboutIt would almost make a snow digger 'i
ate of that city are taking ford. several time. to cut off the current, ha probably never expected to per- later. The wide fields give tho f'X-j j in the paper but he's there just the kiss his. nnother-in-lew. Almost. '

r steps to rid the community of the he was electrocuted in a few seconds form in a place"of this character. 1|I I tended views whict tend to lighten same and some folks know it. Don't forget" to get a calendar .
of progress-the walking dele- 'with 2,200 volts.! Mrs. Alvarez is a frequent visitorto tile heart. And as there we men of I Starke taking on quite a boom now --- --.
-- all occupations and of That man, Inman been stirring them
te. the State Farm and brings the every WOOHLAWNI \
JACKSONVILLE MAN TARRED prisoners books and magazines *and I|I society, each man can find congenial Up with A long pole and some are beginning
FEATHERED AND DUMPED spirits to associate with in. this to roll over in their sloop like 1 j
ollowing a report from the state shows them many other kindnesses i i very I Woodlawn, Doc. 24.-Mr. and Mrs. .
mist that sulphate of lead had been FROM CAR NEAR FORSYTII She was greeted with pleased! looks'and ': democratic community, which privilege Kip Van Winkle. They'll wake up/ Herbert Bradley of El Paso, Texas'!, '
I pretty soon and find. their old houses
; cannot always be had in the
.id in samples of sugar submittedim deference wherever she outside
great art here visiting her sister Mrs. D.B. .
Robert J. Black, Jr., teller of Objected to Metropolis Using Word, went. Under the guidance of Inspector world. all rotted down and new men coming Browning .
i,+ pt. Petersburg bank, was arrested "Hun" in Its News" Columns Moseley we visited the quarters of We noted on the way that the public In and building new houses all about |1 .
I Mrs. William Stanton of Jacksonville
them and the farmers when ,
He at work charged with attempt- bridge New they
the white women prisoners. It was road across River near
lk r. to poison his wife. Black, who I. Jacksonville, Dec. 20.John D. Bis- clean and simply but comfortably the State Farm, is decidedly on the | wake up will not know the way around t arrived here' Sunday to spend
inent socially, l is in jail in de- choff', a real estate dealer of this city furnished, had a table containing I| "hog." It has been slightly repaired |i the bays because new men have comeIn the holidays with her mother, Mrs. E.

1A t; of $10POO bond. with offices at No. 8 Baldwin build. some feminine knickknacks, a warm recently but the whole structure j and cleared up the land, put In't u. urn.U. .

Ing, securely bound and gagged and heater and, of course a cat. While 1 needs rebuilding. The bridge across ditches that will take care of the water li. Browning wasa business visitor .

i the election at Green Cove Tues- covered with a coat of tar and feathers Master Billy took charge of the cat, the Alligator, some distance further and the bays are all gone; no to' Jacksonville Tuesday. I
Al the town cow met her Waterloo was dumped from an automobilo Mrs. Alvarez talked to the women in 'south, Is not much better When place to make moonshine; road all Miss Elv Starling left Saturdayfor
at 8:40 o'clock last straightened, out, new painted houses Jacksonville where she will spend
decisive expression of the vo- : night a tthe coi an encouraging and cheerful The bridge builders learn to use spikes of
r The question was submitted inform ner of Laura and Forsyth streets. dismal weather and surroundings sufficient length for flooring, and to and barns. He'll rub hi. eyes and say, the holidays with relatives.

of an ordinance adopted by Bi choff's head was covered with a found them rather cheerless at first, !| drive them slantwise instead of perpendicular "Am I amml or whore amml ," Mr. and Mrs. Crews, of Miami
,commission and provided for the black bag and glued to his bag was a but the visitor's cheering talk soon we will have better and It's coming sure as Christmas ,and spent la't week with her relatives
nsion from free range of the city placard reading, "I am a Hun." The made eyes glisten and smiles light I I'inore'' lasting bridges. there's where HcWitt C. Jones comes leaving Sunday for Ilaiford where '
r ets all grazing animals. machine, which dropped Bischoff' at cheeks. In. He's got the hardware store in a they will make their future home.
wan We are glad to record We had the pleasure of samplingsome )
the street intersection, is said to have that the Inmates numbered three.Some good location, just beside 'the bank Mr. and Mnt, J. L. Parmenter, of
only of :Mrs. B. n. Damon's tangerine
[ie Irish potato crop in the Bun. contained four masked men. License appropriate gifts were distrib- and they the where the newcomers wild come to do Jacksonville arc here, guests of her
oranges were juiciestand
.district will be greatly curtailed numbers on the car were concealed. uted and received with much appreciation sweetest we have ever tasted. business and they'll sec his big windows parents Mr. and Mrji. J..S. Mathls.Mr. .
year. It l is estimated that the Coming south on Laura 'street the and the and a big stork of hardware.
women very reluct- Mrs Damon makes of her living
will be car slowed down at the intersection I part They'll)) right off "Hero's Fred "
age not more than forty antly at last said good-bye to her who from her citrus trees. One tree Bay DeWitt White Says }Jon't Idle Ik-,
4 cent of that planted last s>ason. long enough to push the tar and feathered had spread sunshine in a dark place. ( small satsuma, [is said to have had C. Jones Hardware store" They don't! cause You Only See One Rat"

w : crop was raised last season and victim-practically nudeIntothe Sunday afternoons, after the services -I between 4000 and GOH( ) this have to go down Home back alley "I did, pretty soon t found my cellar
arket seemed good, yet few of stl't'Ptl then speeded up again and ball games are usually played oranges hunting for some old wooden building full. They ate .my potatoes. After
(I year. E. ,
1 armors made any money and are In a twinkling was lost in the maze where the rent l in cheap trying to look trying RAT SNA I' t got 5 dead rats.
ding to give their attention to of traffic toward Bay street. Bischoff's" through the windows but can't for The rest Inter. They pass op the potatoes -

things this coming spring. clothes tied up in a gunny sack- Was Polite I I lis "alleged 'that there was an abundance aid fly specks and dirt to eat HAT SNAP." If there

were dropped into the street as the Yet withal Disch off was polite and of feathers on hand. The four No, Samantha, I begin to wake up are ruts around your place follow

re human bodies, some of them machine sped away. gentlemanly, and, in a most affable ,, men took their time and seemed to nysolf. We've all been waiting for Mr White's example Three sizes
bly mangled, and others'! practic- Bischoff, who resides at 719 Oak manner, answered numerous questions enjoy making their task completely Gabriel to' toot Ills horn bu the hain't 3fic/ 61ic. $1.25. Sold and guaranteedby .
|[,blown to bits are being held inter street, Riverside, was the ofa i)'I done it It's tooled itself
subject propounded to him in an effort to determine artistic. ......yet, so. Just...... D. C. Jones Starko.
r pending hopes of identifies- first page editorial la the Florida his Identity and what it all I -
as, the result of an accidental Metropolis on last Saturday afternoonIn meant. I|I The handcuffs were then removed ,
{ from Mr. Bischoff's wrists and his
ion on open ground which was connection with a letter which he As soon as the police learned the j
I,hands were tied behind him. His cloth.
broken for a new phosphatemine had written to an advertising solicitorof facts, Mr. BiwcholT was taken to his
near the plant of the that paper protesting against the homo in the police patrol by Police I I j ing was then gathered up and placed Kill That Cold With I'
can, Cyanamid Company. Three' use of the word Hun in its columns, Officer John Tipton. Jin, a gunny sack.

e dead'are white men, two are and threatening to cease advertisingwit The. following account of the affair Received Lecture .,

f+ .. hthe Metropolis unless it at once wag gleaned from- BixchofT' and others Then "it is alleged" BiHchofT' received +\LLS

i agreed to stop referring to the Germans who were on the scene. a very profound lecture. I,
e of the most picturesque drivese as Huns. Last evening This lecture "it is said," dwelt upon
world, and a road, which will Crowd" Gathers Bischoff his[ home someone telephoned the subject that the word "II un"
at and stated that
h the utmost importance in con. Within a few moments after the he was a "Mr. Cummings" and desire is a perfectly good word-very applicable .CASCAItA.i QUININE

ng the Florida keys with the grotesque figure was dumped into the ed Binchoff to meet him tho and may properly be used. It
land, will be started as a result IItTl'et. floundering about with his James hotel talk at St. also contained the advice that anyone kl .
' e Monroe county election which head in the bag Bischoff to over an Important who is AND
was surrounded business matter.Accordingly not satisfied with Uncle Sam's Cold.O
'ted in an almost unanimous'! vote by a large crowd "people, BluchofT ways should straightway return to Coughs OM\O La Grippe

aA ending the county for $400,000 who plied him with questions concernIng the hotel and proceeded to any other realm that he chose to call
ild eleven miles of his when he arrived in frontof Neglected Colds are Dangerous
county high. plight. Naturally, the excitement his own. !
|across the keys, the first link ofersea and general rush of the crowdsto this hostelry, on West Monroe he The oration low but apparently Take no cbMRcvs. K.ep this standard remedy handy for th. areI an*....
was accosted
by a man-who asked,
I, road system. one of the principal corners in the "Are you Mr. Bischoff"?" somewhat eloquent, touched upon One Breaks up a cold in 24 hour- Relieves
business center, caused someone ex- Hundred Per Grippe In 3 days-Bcellenl for Headache
"Yes Cent Americanillm.mentlon'd
I 1
i board of trade of Clermont has itedly to the police station with the "The, party am, who Bischoff sent replied.for has an awful conflict across, Quinine In this form does not affect the headCaicara I I. beet Tonic
i on as a side line the Information you
building of _
that "something uanadve-No Opiate in Hill's.
very hurt his leg and he is sitting that the seas; made allusion to the Stars
nces and
selling them to settlers serious "
tual was' going on there. automobile. lie wants you to come ;and Stripes and the height that it
cost. Not
a moneymakinge Accordingly an automobile filled ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
to the shall keep and at last hut not least
but over machine and talk with | ; ,
a movement that will with detectives and
as- policemen rushed
him," was the next statement from did homage to the big Bald Eagle-
settling up the town by sup- to the scene, but in the meantime
'' the stranger. the King of the feathered tribe!
'g a home for those who though had
some one picked up Bischoff in a
Bed with the town, must move on private automobile and took him to HiflchofT politely assented and walked ; Label Came I.nt ,
front of a house This is the case the police station toward the car-a big machine This done the lubel was pasted on

vcr the state, and the Clermont Lieut, J. R. Lyons and officers on without lights or numbers, that stood Iii! choT'( buck and next he was found .. .-

Us a good one for other boardsde duty at the station stared in bewilder- conveniently by the curb. But just floundering about at the intersection
to adopt. ment as Bischoff entered headquar before he reached the car he became of two of the most prominent streetsin

ters. They appeared not to be determined suspicious and stopped and drew back. the business center NICR__

hen "King a fine St. Bernard :: in their own minds whether a Instantly four revolvers were thrust I BiHchoff' says he has been told that I

i owned by Robert Hall/ an actor, 'magnified and highly decorated impersonation into IJiHchofTs face he will be killed if he tries to describe
vered that flames threatened the of Edgar Allan Poe's "Step into the car! Step lively-, any of the four men. TUBES FIT "OVERSIZE" CASINGS

k uction of the Jefferson hotel, at "Raven" had come to perch upon a and keep quiet! "I think they would do it, t.oo. and
_W st. where his master was "bust" within the portals of the "cooler Was Snatched' Away I 'will keep quiet" he said late lust tz::
commands drown. night
or whether an Indian chieftain, ed'In were at _police headquarters ,
attired a of low hoarse cam- .
in full war dress, had steppedin
ASPIRIN to "shimmy" off a war dance.It mends And, before that were BischofT all to' the could same point. BRADFORD Michelin Tubes are 1 A

is probable that had the feathered say one full Klze lit croHNMecllcm. -
figure flown to the ceiling: and begun word-he was forced into the ma. Bradford, Dec. 24.-Malcolm liar. and i''' w
r- ie 'Bayer" on Genuine to warble the latest songs from chine and the driver pulled the car in rell left Sunday for a few days' visit therefore not are ''i1

"Bird Land," he 'could not have created high and it sped away over a route with relatives in Jack onville. stretched thin Under .
a greater sensation. lie looked that lead through deserted streets. Rand Crews and Miss Geneva liar- Inflation This

1r most like a species of the feathered Meanwhile one of the strange: men nIl were shopping in Gainesville last advantage U especially lf
flopped black
over Thursday,
Ql trib*- for an abundance of "pluck.Ings" important ;I'
from turkeys, hens, ducks and head, and two others snapped hand. Sumner Andreu left Monday for when buying tulx-n '
cuffs on his wrists. Jacksonville where he has
accepted a
geese literally obliterated a for
Cord tires,
Then out
human they went, leaving the city position. "
appearance. all '
crossing a bridge! _stopping once Henry Illume, of Jacksonville visited : :

hSR to await the passing of a train that at the home of Steve Hague last SMITHS GARAGE _'i" isStarke
.... blocked the road.-and then to a secluded week. Henry has many friend! hero Fla.
COFFINS & CASKETSAnd woodland spot! who are always glad to nee him.

ke Aspirin! only aa told I in each peekgenuine a Full Line ofUndertaken' The night was somewhat bright, Mrs Willard Raborn and little
,',. r4 Bayer TabU-U of Aspirin. despite the fog, and furnished a sufficient daughter, left Friday for a few week! ,
you will be following the direction- Supptiti/ light. visit with relatives in St. Petersburg
do""C'O wanted out by physicians --- First every particle of BischofTs" C. M. Andreu attended business

8 Take 21 years, and proved rate by mil- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE clothing were removed while he shivered in Jacksonville Saturday, returning
..... the no chancy with autMtftute*, Always on hand. The best service in the chilling breezes that blew Sunday.

e.n take tj"a Payer without Cross on fear tAbI for U. at the lowest prices. Spe- upon him from a nearby stream of C. W. Edwards and Willard Reborn .

Headache JJcuralgia, Rheumatism cial attention to'telegraph or- water. were in Starke Monday on business. You will make mistake:'
' TaAharhB. Lumbago and for ers. Registered Embalmer. The first part of the task was then Big Reduction In Prices fertilizer .
if order
zn liasdy tm box.., of twelve tablets accomplished. It consisted in coating Mr. and Mrs Arthur Edward.* and you your
meta" flrtiggiete also) without getting our new price lists:' just issued.' Plenty
> sell larger DeWTIT JONES Blschoff's body with liquid roofing tar sister, Miss Georgia, attended churchat
, '
"" ? f"'plrift is the .
I\hlim'arture trade mark of -the kind which" may be poured from Worthington Sunday of Materials, prompt shipment Order now. Fertilizers: Insecticides

1 .>01 l&lI..rlioa of Monoaeetlcmid STARKE FLA. a bucket as freely as molasses. C. If. Newsom was here business! Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

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