Group 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 31, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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BIKTUDAY'Wednesday"1'1"00" i! illS PARDON: APPLICATION JUNIOR B. Vi P. V.! j jl
The sad news went forth about 8 '' The which the
of the loveliest Christmas holidayseanon, song i ----- ,
the 22nd inst. o'clock Monday evening; December dances was given Christmas evening calls "Happiest season of the, year" I j Tallahassee, Dec. 2S.-U was olli- ..aot Sunday evening the JunlorIB.'! 1

Joseph' William Edwards Jr., .celebrated 27th that !Mrs. J. W.- Andrews, Sr, I in the atVtiory, 'and greatly: enjoyed but which heads of families put in I I daily announced this afternoon from y; rU.\ elected I officers as follows!! a

his fourth birthday by giving had just breathed her last. She had by all who attended. The walls were: class A. A, (annual agony) is now the governor's office that the application president Jessie Ma B s isden.e j I .

a party to a large number of little been an invalid for some months, being adorned with Christmas berries and over. It was truly a time of goodwill i for tho Mendenhall pardon scheduled Vice president Hugh Brownlee.SerrctaryIric ,I

people, at the home of his parent, a victim of a complication of diseases ceiling entwined with crepe paper, to all and as far as we have to take< place Wednesday,. Dee Epperson. .1

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards,' Ser., and her death was not unexpected forming one large cluster, with red heard, no disturbances took place to 2th! had been withdrawn.This I Treasurer, Eunice: Perkins. | ..

on N. Cherry street. : ; yet having been with us so crepe paper streamers, centered with mar the peace. information was learned from 'Librarian, Tliclma Snellgrove.Corresponding ': I
The rooms were decorated in a festive long till all had learned to love her,' Christmas bells and the pretty girls The trade in Starke was very lively the secrj-tary; of the board, who wait secretary FannlaDarby

manner indicating that Christmas the news of her demise came like a I in their decollete dresses added muchto nil lank week, but especially so on just in receipt of a letter from I\Itln- I , J
was near a profusion of holly shock and filled)] all with sadness. the scene. Music was furnished bya Friday Our merchants had goods of denhall himself in which the letter ChoristerEthel Griffin. _

and red bells being used, and the color .Mrs.! Araminta D. Andrews was Jacksonville orchestra every conceivable description and the stated that he had concluded that this Captain of group one, Eunice Per*, t

scheme of red and green was carried born near Trail Ridge, now Highland, Chaperoning were Mr. and Mrs. W. customers had the money to pay for was not the proper' time to make the kins.

out in every detail. Clay county, February 19, 1856, her C, Powell, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Har'vard what they wanted. The little folks application for pardon' Captain of group twiV Laura Wynn.

The handsome young host happily parents being Mr. and Mrs. Hiram and Mrs. J. M. Alvarcr. The invited received toys, fruit and candies in The secretary also stated that the Manager Miss Ina Alderman. '.

received his many guests and as each Prescott. In 1880 she was married tb guests were Misses Martha Ti- profusion but it was noted that mostof cane would not come up for t-onhid- The meeting pf this organization

gift was presented it was unwrapped Mr. J. W. Andrews, and had lived in ,' son, Bessie McCormick, of Gainesville the goods bought to be given away oration during the I present adminis- are held every Sunday evening 0:30:

and hung on a beautiful cedar tree, Starke ever since. Of near relatives Gladys Thornton, of Jacksonville, was of a better and more useful kind t ration.MRS. at the .Baptist) church. : ; ,
which was lighted with numerous can- she is survived by her kusband, a Hilda Lewis than former occasions. the .
of Jasper Florence Matthews on Though ----- ,-..,.-. -.-., --r "' -- /.
dles. The birthday cake was steeple daughter' of a former marriage Kathleen Alvarez, Margaret stores that carried toys and knickknacks SURPRISE<< PARTY FOR MUS.I'
iced in' white' and decprated (Markley), Mrs. A. M, of POWELL ENTERTAINS: JR.
shaped Pettit Long Jeannette Matthews Aileen 'Al had ._ their goods the most McLANK ( '
with four lav' red tapers. From a Starke a son; Mr. J. W. Andrews, varez Anna Canova, Vivirette Floyd temptingly displayed ,the more pro B. v; P. If. rt
large Christmas bell. over' :the table Jr., a brother/Mr. S. J. Prescott of sale .:..--
of Starke Miss Juanita Foster, of grocery, hardware, clothing 9 i After, thu picture show Tuesday
were suspended red and green candles Sampson City and .a sister, Mrs J. Hendersonville, N. C], Mesdames B. stores, meat markets and the bakery Mrs W. C. Powell entertained the evening, a number Mrs. McLano's

which shed their twinkling light over P. Bennett, of South Florida. Of M. Hodges, of Jacksonville O. W, Alvarez were well 'patronized. Junior B.: Y, P.' U. ThUl'sday'enin<<, friend gave'' her, a, lurprise party t

the merry scene.'Afur :playing gameson more distant relatives there are quitea of Jacksonville, W. S. Yelving- The podtodice', express office and the the J23rd Inst, from'8 to 11 o'clock, at which proved to he a delightful im-
the lawn the children were served number and they ay have the hearty ton. of Hastings: G. W. Wilder of barber shops wore racing. The bars her 'pretty home on N. Walnut street. promptu affair. 'AVatchlrtf a dazzling

refreshments of cake ice cream and sympathy of many friends in their Orlando, C. Mizelle, of Washington; her shop won by a -"head" all' theY. Holly! ,and polnsettla gave the holiday display of fireworks and dancing to

home made candy. bereavement.The D. C., W. B. Harvard. W. C,. Powell/ ha dno time limit Al day) Friday; touch to the rooms;of the,) lower. floor, the sweet strains of the.'vlctrola was f
Mrs. Edwards was assisted in entertaining funeral services were held at N. Sternberg, Messrs. Merchant! of they; were crowded. The man who saw which'vfei* thrown rnsuite. much enjoyed by the party.. :At late
and serving by Mra. R. 0, the late home of the deceased, on W. Gainesville Roberts and .Strll'klandj! aTdoEen jhead of him, Games and tnusle with 'llocia! fon- hour the charming hostess served d&ilick

Daniel of Jacksonville Mrs.; W. K. Madison street, at 2 p. /m. Wednesday 'of Waldo, Allen Canova, of Jacksonville ed himself with a. lunchto, keep up vt'f' tiori made a pleasant. l evening tot e >ui) refreshment, '- Itt

Wilder, SI Orlando, end Mills Kathleen Rev. J.C.; Diggs, of the First Methodist Morgan Darby, Carr'Colley! ,' Kirk! life till his lime camej to be served! alt!ie' ,'Mrs, t'owellserv). '4-.... .'-.-.--"" -- },

Alvarez. church. .officiating. The interment Lewis. Harold Wall, Telfalr Long;' Locks of more or Jess gaudy, hope cove ed a tempting salad courso.TJie ', ZIFF : 't

Guests Invited were,' Mary Eliza I was at Crosby cemetery in Clifton Brown, Powell Carpenter; '1'r.. tired the floors and.raxors.were, 'vorn : )pUt of town gUC td who enjoyed ; J' 1

beth Simpson Gainesville; Martyle charge, of Funeral Director D. <3. Clarvoe and Walter' McDonald.i out on beards as hard AS piano wire. thit, )1e.lulr! V>elal. ,, were. MlMfirsZenith1 Zlff, 'Dw': '''SI.Servlce were! held

Willis and Lucile Edwards, of Jack-: Jones The cortege that escorted the Starke correspondence. to the. Times- The postoffic I iperomchad! to workas ..$ ArmiitroiVg' Ina, Mona) andBlanche at'Rock ('hurch' Saturdal') 'and Sunday

sonville; Frances King, of Vienna remains,'to their last resting place Union. though fighting lire, receiving and Alderman. MfssrB. (). K.'and by Rev. J. II. Kelly W. M.-Moody; J.

Ga.; Vera Claire Robinson Eloise aniDorothy was very large and the floral offering '- --------.- - -- r sending letter*, greeting:. card elnd Noble ArTnstronjr'' ,,all of I.nkc'ButJer.. R.: Dukes and Henry Maricey. '

Ritch Lois Long, Clara Louise Mrs.1I profuse and,beautiful. , HIGHLAND parcels. Express Agent Hoffmaq and 1'1 e ,' .; A Christmas dinner "'all"grwn' ''at;
Peek, Elizabeth and Leila flea Andrews Andrews was a true Christian assistants, work .their tongues
the home
JIAMPTON* C. M. Kelly Saturday. Atl
/ Evelyn and Marjorie Stump, lady, a good wife and mother cheerful I hangin ut but had complaint ;
Highland << tqmakeaslong
Betty McLane, Martha Brownlee Eu under fefTliction, generous and sympathetic { Deo 81.-Mrs. Nancy Pei |ino .......... of his children'were' present and on*
s the packages were of1
his '
sisters there
returned Wednesday from visit being Mr andMrs.
ty '
nice Canova Mary Brownlee Eliza Shewas therefore beloved by a Hampton Dec. 31. Griffin of ;
properly wrapped andaddressed. ; -Percy:
with her alsterMrIWillis .McCucn Kelly and chlldnrti, 'Mr.'ana .
beth Hollingsworth, Della Rosenberg and while her many friends deplore qf Glen StlMary.\' YesChrist.lllas; moans pleasuretoi1atw Jacksonville, was the guest of his parents Mrs. Charlie', Kelly and children Mr.
Martha Powell, Sara Hope and Glor. .her death they know ,that, she. Gilbert H., Barker ,>hard' work formany, and .mpr 1dt. nll"Mrll. W. iI 1' Grlffitl/ last and Mrs. Miles Kelly and ,

gia Haynes Murla Weeks, Alice Fernandez has. gone, to her eward. Thursday spend went the to Jacksonfville ; ty "nockcts for al.| The womenfolks) we. .k.' ' . i Mm.'Mary Browning and lone children.Tampa :

Pauline Miner, Etta Fay Gill .---n with his sister Mrs E. -R. holiday: had {worked hard for, weeks, cleaning, 'Mrs'-Iva' 'Bowden, of Macon; Is the Mrs. Nannie Prescott ahd children,
Etholin White Hazel and Lois Ad- ? *taking guesfof her slater Mrs. J. F. Johrt-
WATERMILL cake Christ
Mrs. It. G/\y'iraberly and up ,. *, etc'l for, as ', of Earleton, Mr: >and 'Mrs.rHtrry,
klns Lillian Sternberg; Thelma. An- ,s day had prepared cY, turkeys,.or son,'thU''week
-""- Mica Winifred ;jwere' J* Howard land .children, ;of J Qainasville.
dreu Dorothy Turner Florence Gill Watermill, Dec. 31. -Miss! Clarice Jacksonville! : Thursday.Mr fhoppiog. chlctens.or,hams {or dinneron that >
Elise Jones, Patsy Brinson Clarice Carter,.of Starke, is here on a visit and Mrs. Oscar McCormick anchildren'Pf dayyet! many of folkswere the 'guest of! his' parents, Mr and this section Mr. and Mrs, L. R.,Lew'is
Gill, Elaine Edwards Mildred Gill, BO unappreciative .take off Mrs" A., M. Williams Saturday and
with her mother, Mrs. Viola Thomas. Lllhia. spent several) days as to a trip . and dau&'hter. Inez:,'Mrs; Binltty;and
EugeneKing, of Vienna Ga.; Lester Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Parrish.of Lake with her on Christmas day, to escape! ,the surfeiting Sunday' ,of
Mt. endMrs.; F. M... son. Palatku, and clhera. ,''I;
Price Wall tarentll. ,
Robinson A. E. Jr., Eld- Butler food they would have been Mr and Mrs. R. D. Rawleyof;
spent Friday night here with ()rewl. Mr and M..'..+'Math Dukes and Me.Shep .
ridge Robinson, Paul Knight, Prescott Mrs, W, R Hodges compelled to eat at home, and be enabled Green Cove Springs, spent Xmas with of .
Mesrs'Marlpn\ Crews of flaford.nd Dukes Dukes, attended s.""-
Gill, S. R. Johns, Jr., Arthur Darby ,Mr. to choose their viands which their daughter Mrs. M. V. Rawley.
and Mrs. A..T. Thomas and children W,- G.' Crews,' of Lithta( own ivJl'e.J.t.ftoekfunday". (; --t. .mr
Jones, Ben Sternberg, W; T. Weeks, Brent would not make thorn ill. James Maxwell who has been in
Xmas ,,
spent day with Mrs. Ra- Christmas here!with relatives.; Mr; ,Mid Mrs.' Wade, ThomasokGainesvlle
Jr., Leslie Biggs,, James Richard By this time It la all We have school at Lake Butler' this '
chel Prevatt, of Graham. .W. F.:Grand, of Jacksonville: 'was oVer. |spent woejc attended church','at Bock
Wainwright Charles ;
Lucian Kickli- J. II. Brown and daughters Rhoda old friends recovered from our gluttony the toys with hill/parents.J .
greeting here Monday.' Sunday ,
ter, Walter McDonald, Jr., Julian and are broken the punltw J W. II. Jones of SUrke, is the guest
Reba, were those who ;. are puzzles no
among at. Roy Lord of Jacksonville, arrived Mr. and Mrs. G. W, blazon, Mr. and
Peek Jr., A. M. Pettit, Jr., Billy Fra- tended the Christmas at Brook- mora,. our whiskers have sprouted of'.his .sister, Mrs, W. B, AIt'.JIander.tble , ;
ham Marion tree Sunday for a few. days ,visit with Geo. ; Mrs. L. R. Gainey and children, Mr. I
Pettit Roscoe McLane ,
And hail week
er Saturday night. again we \ with delight the ,
Parker; I and Mrs II. P. Gainey. children and
Richard Harvard, Merrill McMillan ,Miss Alvah Thomas of Vanderbilt man with turnips to sell. 'The stores Mis* Mabel Seals, of Jacksonville, mother of
James Hollingsworth, Richard Long is Mlsa Etta, Carter, 'of'' Green Cove have resumed bacon and is visiting friends In this Urooker Herman Moody
spending the holidays. with Ceiling plain :, Hampton
of LaCrosse
Stanley Bennett, Silas Kite Jr., Herbert enta.. Springs, came Wednesday for a wee's grits and we feel in our jiockrU( in wei>k. Harry: Eddy, of Louisa, ;)

Roberts, J. O. Turner Jr., Russell Evan Hodge attended the Christmas. visitwith h Miss Maggie lrewsLodge'No. .. vain for a stray nickel. Christmas' Misses Lizzie and I.ouistRowt'\ of Percy and Jewel.Moody, of LaCrosse,
Daniel,' of Jacksonville '75 F. A. A.M. held were among J those attending"church ,
Glenn and a
only how Jacksonville visited friends here
tree at Brooker comes onoe a year )lovely Hun- J
Charles Henry McMillan, .Elbert' Edwards Mr. Saturday night. meeting Friday night and elected the ._ . ... .., -? day. at Rock Sunday. .c ,. ..' ,
Mr.and Mrs.- Wm. Edwards and Mrs Jack Goodge and nn, following'"officers to serve during the : Riley lU don, of Ix-enburg spent ,
Eugene spent the week-end with Mr. . PARKER'S PERTUBATIONAs1 I I J II, Saxon has had hU dwelling I
holidays with Mr. and .
coming Mrs
Mrs. R. O. Daniel, .of Jacksonville year: Main street repaired and enclosed \,
and Mrs Jasper Brown of by '
Sampson. J. B. Thomas '
Mrs. W. K. Wilder of Orlando Misses Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren of F. M. Crews, W M. J.rry.Parker, colored,, wan peaceably a1 ,'rew",fence, adding greatly 'to the T ,
Lena Yates and Kathleen Alvarez. Uas. H. Sapp,' 8, Vf.- Mr. and Mrs\ ,Jack John, of Starke.,
look of
-_ _. Ziff. spent Xmas day. with. the for.ser'a' walking along :!Saturday morning pJa't'Milia pent Christina here with" theirdaughter
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parents Harry CMWimberly'Jr., J. W. another colored swatted him one Ruby- Rowe of Macclcnny Is .
man ,
Mr. and Mrs. ,
O. W. II. C. Wimberly, Treasurer Mrs. J W. Lcwiav. ,. .....
Thomas. on the nose, flattening" that organ the I guest Of her aunt! Mrs W, L.BIII'R The ? was 'we .
DOUBLE WEDDING Miss Berta Thomas of Crescent E., W. Wilkinson. secretary: even more than nature intended it.It thW weok. following program '
View, is spending awhile .with her They will hold installation. services. hurt 'so bad till the tears ran doWnon ,1) L..'Dugg:.' of Jacksonville, hasbtOl1 carried out Thursday evening' ('Deep. .
Home 23rd at tho literary society.! ,:
of A. O. Strickland.Invaded by parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas Monday. each aide of it and Jerry swore ,to 'visiting friends and relatives in. ,
Hymen Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robt. T>. crews and Song by school. ...., I;,, ?.
Duggar Jones, of Sampson get even 130 he ,started to run amuck HJwnpton;, N, a
children of Hampton: spent Christmas .!' the :'Mrs. M."L.:Watson;; Ga. Is Recitation-I.ydia Groover; <; .
was the guest t>f'friends here Sunday among dusky portion of the pop pf Rome Recitation Wood Lltchfleld.
'The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. here with relatives' ulation until Chief Kite arrested "1m. the guest of. her father and brother row ,

Strickland west of Stark, was the Ellery Thomas and Pervis Lewis, of 'John It Marr was visitor to Jacksonville lie was released on'a cash bond, but M.. rs.. H. .II. and U' B.;'' Hall this Recitation Recitation=-J.Beulah P, Mill Itwin.l':"
scene of unusual festivities Ziff Saturday.B. his still 1V t'k. : j IIt. I- .
Sunday were visitors In our auction Sun none .was, hurting and he I
afternoon for at that time two of day. H. Hicks, of.Ft. Lauderdale, arrived started another punitive expedition. B. Wecst who has been (several Reading- 19

their daughters Misses Ruby and E.' Lewis'was visiting In the Ziff Thursday for a couple of weeks lie was'again arrested and assignedto : months I In' New:York;, returned to his Recitation-Joshua Groover. '')
Nelliewere given In marriage to their section Sunday.Mr. visit with" II.' C.' Wimberly' and fdm- 'an apartment' In Hotel de Kite home! here Friday;'. Recitation-A. Z, Padgett. '

true loves, the first nameM to Mr. C. and Mrs. John Trowell of ily.Miss where he was kept till Monday,'when {The ladle of ;the Christian, church Recitation-Rufus Padgett. ,
E. Shuttler. and the latter to Mr; A. Georgia spent a few.days of last week 'Rcna' Mar and -W. E, Marr Mayor Davis informed'' hint ''that he gave,RoVj-.Mullady a surprise pound Dialogue-Ruby Kully,' Coleman
C. Oliver. .The parlor had been taste- with'A.' T. Thomas were visitors to Starke Saturday.G. wan indebted to the 'town of StarkeIn party.Thuredayievening i ; at his home. Padgett, Inland Lttchfleld, Irving

filly decorated toe the occasion and Lee Gainey and lion 'Royce, of H.; Barker of Meredith, was the the Bum of,$24 and casts 'The fine lie was pounded with fresh meats', Padgett; Rufus Prescott Lloyd Pad.'
a large crowd of relatives Brooker guest of II. C.: Wimberly Tuesday.Mrs. fruit gett. ,
and friends! was here Sunday. f was paid. cannedgoods< and most everything '
were present to witness,the' interesting 'John Shaw Hardy Padgett and children ' 'i Recitation-Avy St rJing.'
of Alachua, was .here .that was !good! to eat, This do '
eyent. Both the brides Sunday left'Tuesday for Jacksonville to visit nation Rl't'ltatlon--Ceor lroncott.
were hand afternoon. CROSBY LAKE not only Knows' the appreciation
some coat suits'and accessor W. R. Hodge and daughter;' Creacy her'' mother,'' Mrs.' Jones for1 a few of the service rendered 1>y Rev Sonpc-Avy Starling heulah'L will.RecitationMartha' ,,

fell to match; The ceremony was per were shopping in Brooker Thursday days: 'Crosby Lake: ? Dec: 81.:-Mr.: and Mullftdyln the'ehurcb the pant fl'abut : Groov r!

formed by Rev F. B. Johns,of Starke. afUrnoon. Miss Ollie Marr went to Starke on Mrs. T: N. Norman, of Jacksonville, yvars, it shows how he Is honored Redtation.-.ooleman Padgett.' >
After (congratulations: Tuesday for a visit with her sinter, Recitation-Lfnnle Parker i iRt'dtatlon..I..eJahd'Llt.cMeld
were over who have been visiting relatives. .here and esteemed by the members of '
Mrs ).
I L. Rigby.
all those present Invited returned home Sunday.' his churchr
were to' the CARD OF THANKS 1 Song Jy school! '
dining room to partake of wedding f -i Barney McRae attended the double Rev. Mullady will preach at the Vera .
Critic MJMS '
take and orangeade,after which the To those who shared their Christ- BANKS. WILL. BE CLOSED SAT.URDAY wedding at the home of A. 0: Strick Christian church'next' Sunday at 11 -, --&-. -Surrsncy.---... .

respective -newly wedded. couples took. mas dinner with our afflicted mother, land Sunday! a. m. and 7p. m. PRESBYTKKIAN'<< ,
> their-departure. Mrs.: Catherine Rahme God bless Mrs.Green, of Jacksonville !'III visiting Saturday Mrs. J, Allen gave a par --J..o//
I Mr. Oliver is a farmer of this count and and repay may them for their 'The Bradford County Hank and the her daughter; Mrs.. B. >S. Ed ty for the young people ot Hampton Rev.
J ty and is a young: man 'Of well known :prosper\ '- Bank 'of Starke' will. tibnervp New wards.HRussell.- : The ,occasion .was yvll attended and hereafter Landers services, of Kfmilmmce will
1 industry and probity. Mr. Shuttler is Thankfully Year's day as a'holiday"and will not. McRae was a.visitor to Dayton enjoyed. Refreshments were served hold every
< In business inrJauksonv4Uewhere he be open for business1 Saturday! a 1ant'weelc and was accompanied at the conclusion. the Presbyterian church\ at the usual
MR. AND MRS. R. B. '
hours. {
All Invited to attend.
J is much beteetned J htnonKJ; ; *- large clricle Thercssav Florida; I WM w4 M* MM home by' his grandmother, Mrs. KJi-; J. M. Hllliard and family are leav are I

of friendsdfof'hielsterlinglquail.i ' ai AS TO STRAWBERRIES tie lionton. ing for Miami this week where they Mr. and Mrs'' T. M. Hagan. r

ties. Both the brides are popular CIIRISTl'IAS'CAROLS r-- The Christmas tree at Pine -Level 1 expect to make their future home. If. li. Wiggins and MUs\ Eva WII- 1
| OUI1",Jadi swf\&' >vai' 1>.'much missed Starke Is not far behind Plant City was a success and enjoyed by all. Mr.' and Mrs. David Jones who llama attended the teachers aS8ooftl.tilln

I*?! ;their:.as4octateMr.| ,, ; ..,[ and 11 re. Christmas in having ripe strawberries.' ''Several T-' """ have been! visiting their daughters, in Tallahassee this week, .
|0liver\' 'and 'MA 'and Mrs.! Shuttler dawned morning before the day quarts were shipped Monday C. 8.Durllng BAITIST Mrs. J. C. Dubone and Mrs. A.I,. Sullivan t Mr and Mrs. C. P. Sasser and I lit.)f It*

have the best wishes of their numerous from their many slumbers persons were 'awakened who paid 50 cents per quart of South ,Florida returned 6 o tlc daughter, Clara May, of ValdosU,

friends' far, long. and happy. marled SWeet strains; by hearing.the- and another-consignment left Starke The Lord's Supper at 11 a.' m. their home here Monday. were visiting friends and ,relatives ?fn I

fives',: .. "Joy to the Thursday, while '''more will probably 10 a. tn., Sunday schooL L. L. King Jamos ,F. Stephens of Camp Hum Hampton this week. } ,
world-the 'If,
J" 'l came, !" Lord. be'.J' $t>ped today.It' < superintendent; :J. T. Quigley assistant phrey Va. Is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J. C. Thomas, of V.l- '

.RMUr..PH I And as the singers is said by those who know that superintendent. ,, Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stephens, dusts, Gu., were .guests, of Mrs. Thom
angelic hymn "Silent passed on the there never was a better prospect 'for Preaching:! at 11 a. m. and 7:30'p... this week.Rev. as' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes,

Services next Sunday 'as follows:. wafted on the air' 'Night" was an early and heavy crop of strawberries m. Burke of Waldo filled hi.! this week '
by the
11 a.''m., 'subject,'. "An. much. as the young voices who later"caroled splendid the for this section than,ls presented Junior H. Y. P. U., A:30: p. m., Miss regular appointment at the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. 101, 1 I. Watterson were. re

ible revt'a1s'of Cod." ; words of Charles Wesley; : now. Alderman superintendent.Senior church Sunday morning and evening.Ilcv. visitors to Jacksonville Monday. .

All cordiaUy invited. "Hark the herald angels B. Y, P. IT. 4h30 p. on., Miss liurke has been very successful I Berber Newsom, of Brooker"was
lng.MThe i PRODUCTIVE PECAN TREE Crosby, superintendent. in his work here it II i '
R. D. BOWER, young men who and hoped. by transacting business here Monday.
'were Rev | .
Pastor B. D. Law, Wilbur Scott sang John i -. The presence of many former residents tho members of the Methodist church Mrs. M. V. Dyal, of Jacksonville' ,
-- Holllr Knight B. B lIon. N. D. Wainwrlght, county tax of Starke and of the college students and by the people In general that he who has been with" her mother Mrs.
METHODIST'' Gainesville Ga. Tanner, of assessor, showed the Telegraph man a at home on vacation gave pleasure will be again assigned to the Hampton Annie Johns, for several weeks, returned -
:t check for $115.60 that be had just re" at last Sunday's services church. to her home Sunday '

sunday school 0:41: a. m.' TCAJ<< OWNERS'! |j jOwners' ceived for the product of one pecan 7:30 to 8 p, m., Wednesday, prayer A Christmas dinner was given .at Mr. and Mrs L. A, Dyal, of Alachua
,Preaching: and communion, 11 a. m. tree la his orchard. six miles north of i and praJHe.ft the home of j). J Johns Sunday. Those were visiting friends and relatives ;'

,Epworth League 6:41> p. m. of automobiles- Starke. This particular tree is 25 to. 8:30 p. m., T acher.' meeting present were P. E. John and family, here! during: the holidays!: ''I,
adling, -7:80 p. m. ed to fulfill the are request years old and has been yielding its for the Sunday school,. i L.. G. Johns and family J. V. Jones Dr. Middleton. of Starker! was attending
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 and have their requirements of Jaw j owner a large revenue every season I 6:30 p. m., Wednesday choir prac- and Mrs. Kite of Starke. bountiful I to professional business here
cars properly tagged: for a number of 'eafl. It is "Riving. .
m a tice.
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|:Com arid worship with us. A New 4BJt by requirement January let In time By looking to this j : Seedling," the stock having been __ _.,. -.---+ ___ -- -- I those present Sunday.J. P. Roberts of Graham was attending

nrs' welcome i. awaiting you. trouble. ... they will save 1 bought by the father ,of Mr. Wainwright Mr.; ,Carr Gulley had as a guest I T. G. Futch of Lf'esburg, spent this to business here Sunday. >

.. C. DIGGS, '.. 'W. j. |' from the late J. M. Rising thepioneer during the Chriatrraa holidays his week with friends. and relatives J. D. Pry and family are visiting

'. Pastor 1 t. Sheriff! EPPERSON Bradford ; > pecan, .grower yf Bradford college friend' Mrr harry Merchant. I Mr. -,Andrews and :family of here'j relatives and friends. in Omega, Ga.,
County county.' of jGalnotville, : burg. were {he guests of her l> this: week.
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county Tuesday.The I and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., H. S.Warren ; Cephus Harrell. was in here Sunday'aflernoon. town .Wednesday. Louis afternoon,
n I first attraction of the Alkahest 1 Misses Edyth Warren and of New River spent of Miami, are and cb'ld, ,
.. Veda Watson, Messrs. Guy Andrews, spending the i hf :
-w..... Lyceum system for this season will be Inez Abernathy, Andreu. with her ,
his cousin, Troy parents Mr
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Ward Eldon Baxter, Lewis Friday ana Mrs
1 'f given at }he school auditorium Mon- Clyde Little Dan Hazen, who has been ill Morgan. i.
On account of sickness I Shriver, I II
F : the progiam'evening. has been changed and Several of the folks here enjoyedthe for the past week, Is better at his Charlie Litchfield, of Cla 'no '
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the Hawaiians will not be with us but chicken pilau supper given at the writing.Mr. Friday attending to W" *il
this attraction will be first class and 'home of J. V. Edwards Thursday Smith and family motored to A. E. Surrency, of Drooks\'ile! .* J
friend with night. Starke Friday. Friday afternoon, *,]
Bring a
sure to please.
OurRegular and help make this entertainmenta Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andreu, of J. S. Forgyth and family spent Saturday H. R. Brown was transacting {d
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@ i Correspondent success, lending your support to the New River, were in town Saturday. here with relatives.D. : ness in Starke one day last reef! 1
efforts of the Woman's Club that we Schell and Lee Byrd, of Graham, i J. Byrd, of Graham. was in our Mrs. Matheny it able to u ii \
T' may have clean amusements were here Saturday morning, visiting! town Saturday. i again,after her recent illness w
relatives friends. J. E. demons and family were here Charlie /
< and Edwards, of
Mr. Bradford
Elizabeth and
Miss Townsend I
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birthday. They carried along marriedat U. D. Johns, of New River, attended Saturday enroute to Gainesville. 'ed through here Sunday afteriio'Mrs. nw
1 teenth John L. Smith were quietly ,
E. T, Stewart was on
meeting held here Mon Mrs W.
the Lodge Harrell
their fishing tackle and everything, the home 'of the bride' parents, and daughter
S of--- weather man saw fit for the Townsend in the list last week. cile., of Bradford, were here 14 j'
yr Doc. 31.-Rev. Elliott but the Mr. and :Mrs J. W. day.Mrs. and family attended g I0'
There sa, G. W. Larramore and children H. P. Gainey day afternoon.
be moving very
, j nteetling dark blue clouds to of a few friends and relatives -
.' William of Starke, preached [ presence here visit church at Little Rock Sunday. "
direction and it was of St. Petersburg, are on a Blanche Crews
Christian church swiftly in every Friday afternoon; The cere' the of Bradford ,
at Christmas tree given at 1
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sermon with relatives.Mr. I
not long before the rain began to fall was performed by Rev. W. C, Sunday with her 1I.IInlra: 'a
t .Saturday. Sunday and Sunday Anight. family had to return mony and Mrs Henry Sowell and Missionary Baptist church Saturday eon / G ,Bo,
; people nave and the Armstrong..
This is the first time our they could children, of Cooter Pond, spent Sat- night was a success. The program ,
? v., of hearing him and to their home where The, bride _was charmingly gownedin nicely.Mr. ] Louis Thomas, of Cooter Pond l
had the pleasure tent. urday here at the home of his. parents, was carried out ? h'
... .. i everyone was well pleased ,with his find a better shelter. than a brown charmeuse, beaded' in black I Mr. and Mrs. A. J..Sowell.-' I and Mrs. Mills are visiting in in-town one day last week I'r'

1 .'I t i c "ircoureer.t LAKE and accessories to match. I Miss Mamie Oliver, of Jacksonville, Live Oak this week. I L. Gainev attended church at U,ft ,,''i
, Kilmer Woodard of Lakeland, spent BUTLER: They left on the afternoon train for' was in town Sunday afternoon en- M. P. Matheny motored to Starke Rock Sunday. /

the Xman :holiday hen! with his patent Jacksonville where they spent Friday route to Worthing n. Thursday afternoon School will open Monda) Jan 3H *l
,.. *, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard. Lake Butler, Dec.; 81"-The membersof and Saturday, returning home' Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu' and Mr Johnson motored to Worthington -I Don't forget to attend SUnday "j'''
i. Cloversettle, of Grand- of Red Cross are -*.-mnr.. The couple will be in school
Ming Stella the local branch children attended church here. Sunday Friday afternoon. next Sunday afternoon, at 8:11 t: \'
tn, is spending her vacation here with requested to meet at the club room the town for"a while and are; at heme ;with Mrs. Litchfield, of Clayno, was in and B. Y. P. U. Sunday night at ':V ,h
her parents, Mr, and Mr*. Fred Clo- first Monday in 'January for the elec. the bride's parents. I''
r' } _"" Their friends congratulate th'm'and
.M ypriwttle. tion of often, -
: t ,. Mr. and Mrs. S." B, Woodard and Rev> G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington wish both happiness and prosperity..
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\ children were shopping was tiansacting! !
I : Tuesday and while there attended 1 the Butler Tuesday. BROOK ER
'" C.:Willour, of WorthIngton :
Heap show i Mr. and Mrs.
k' 'i i ', Mr. and Mrs Lee Geiger, of Gainesville ,were guests!; of Mr. and Mrs.S. Brooker, Dec. 31.-Mr,, and Mrs. R. FISHERMEN: LOOK
+ , : motored here Xmas dajL S. Proctor and ;family Monday and T. Osteen spent the. -holidays with
'j I). W:' Moore was a visitot) to the 'Tuesday. their daughter, Mrs Jno.,' .Surrency, _
J 'county seat Jast week. Ray Wilson, of Columbia pity;was of Graham. ,
: ; ,l', C. A. Youngblodd.was! a visitor toj' greeting: : friends herelast week. Mr. and Mrs. I. W.Pinholatet, Jr.;
e'f; Hampton ,Thursday ". U The Xmas! tree was'a success, and and J. W, I.. Pinholster:.' spent Friday ;
' a Mr. and Mis.. L. W., Baylor' and greatly enjoyed by,,all. afternoon In Starke", 'HERE':
I < daughter, Ella, of Brooklyn, attended 'Jesse'Johnllton of,Coloradol is the Eldon Baxter was' in'. Worthington ; II! .
.f church here Sunday:. guest of hisfather, Jesse Johnston., Friday afternoon. ,f
} ( :*: l Mr and 'Mr*. P. M. Geiger: motored this week. Lester Shaw, spent the holidays in !
r 1 \ to Starke on business Thursday after- I II Lacy Varnes, of Johnstown, was in Brooker with his mother, Mrs.:Bryant : '

,r t..,1,I ; .. ," :J .noon.Mr.. -and :Mr: C. Sullivan and chil- town Dr. Sunday'morning.Seeber>King made a professional Shaw.,-R.' W. Surrency, of"'Graham' 'was 2nd Annual Prize, Bass Contest !

; fir dren, were among our visitors the toJJohnsto'wn Sunday here Saturday._ .. . -, : .'

t i i 'it .county, ,!rieat'Tuenday.: Mills Flora Sapp, of.Sapp, was the I Fred: Hazen was in Johnstown, Fri-: : \ *
; _' Henry Woodard ball turned; to guest of friends in' town this week. I tag: '". '

,I j It )lakeland: where ,he ig employed, after S. S. Proctor ,spent ',the weekendat Lem Anderson of Cooter Pond, was $ AOPIRI: : Z ES \\
s ,a short visit here'with his! par- Antioch. in ;ltowhjSunday enroute, to 'Worth- d
t : ':'t ents, Mr, and Mr. S. B.,'Woodard. Mr"Yarborougb: of High Springs, ington.: i j \!
,, I. ; The community Xmas tree1.wa*' a was the guest. of. friends here Sunday Mr. and. Mrs. G. W. Hazen passed 'I

. \, \I'iM.p,!' perfect .rucce s. Old ,Santa in his usual afternoon.: t through here Sunday enroute. to Lit 1st Prize 1 Dowagiac Reel l $16.00
, : y 'At way was'' right on the,, 'Job'and' Oscar Rimes, of Worthington, was.a tie'Rock.Ilr < , ,. ,
" : ,. i t many useful and pretty gifts'were received business visitor here Tuesday. ) .-W.; H. demons, '\>t Jacksonville: 1 "
'i ., I n. W. Borum visited relative in spent the weekend'with his parents, 1 Royal Rod: 8:50:

'J I Mr.' and Mr*. ,Shepard Adking, of Macon Sunday Mr and Mrs. J.. E. demons.E. .' '
t ;;r 'Adam': Park, Ga., spent! Xmas, herewith Mills Thelma Schell spent the holidays /:. J. Ward and daughter ;Rita 1 Simson Line'I' 2:50':

4 bin sinter, Mm. R, M. llersey.Mesir at home with her parents, Mr.. motored to Worthington Friday, afternoon. . 1
I 1"I""I"I *. S. B. Woodard, P. M. Geiger and Mrs F. G. Schell.;', : L I i' 1 Lure : T 1.00 i

I f, :I C. A. Youngblood and Ben Hall Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams visited Eustis Kelly and Dave. Green were ;
motored to the county metropolis onFrirfuv. Mr;:And Mrs.- II, Li; fowler during In town Friday. < < i

.' '4 f. I it't -< "* the holidays. I G. B. Colson was a business visitor : Total value $28:00::. ,,
.1 M. Itersey and J., P. of Worthington, was Staike afternoon. *
) i ; Mesdames R. MOBS Hewitt, I to Thursday 1 .
{i Padgett were'vlsitois' lake Butler transacting business In ,town. Satur: Mrs. Annie Murrhee, of Starke,, : :
: i Friday. day. spent the holidays here-with"her moth.. 2nd ':Prize, 1 Dowagiae: Rod \ $8.00:

J: ? 3&n.. 3. E .Owsley and sons, Blan- Dock Harris, of Five Mile, was a er, Mrs S. J. Kelly. !
.. : ( ton ,and Charlie, were visitors<< to the business! visitor here Tuesday. Fred Hazen motored 'to Starke.. on Donatad by Jas. Heddons Sons CcC: f.EI EI3rd :

I I': county eat last week. Mehdames A. C. Strickland and C. Monday. r .. r,
'i 1"f -H, E,, Moorur was transacting busili F.' Rivers spent Sunday in Alachua Joe Warren, of Guilford, spent the '
.'" ....,in Jacksonville Thursday with Mrs Joe Shaw. week-end here at the home of his Prize, 6 Al Foss Lures $6.00 :
1 I r Mr. and Mn. Berry Kelly, of Palat. Sidney Padgett spent the holidays brother, If. S. Warren .
.'; I :' I, , ,,ika, were vinitors Sunday at the home with his mother, Mrs. J. D. Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chi\-- .... .1 Donated by AI Foss .\\1
,\ I ''t of her ulster, Mrs. G. M. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Alderman and dren spent the week-end with relatives "
t' ,I I-fe Geiger, of Gainesville, Ben family moved to Starke this week and in Starka.'I"' I

".. Johns and Florence fall mo'ored'to Lake' Butler, feels that one of her Clarence Scaff' was a visitor. to CUT CONTEST BEGINS"JANUARY 1st 1921.
A'''I'( Starke Tuesday .night and attended best families have gone, yet we wish town Sunday afternoon. '
( the show tht'm-fltU'e1lB in their new home. Rev Joyner, of Dukes, filled his '. "
I S. Bv, Woodard wa a visitor to' Mr. and Mrs. Jay Alderman, of regular .appointment here Sunday at 1st 1921'All
:'Ji" Hampton Wednesday. Dunnellon spent ,Xmas with Mr.and the Free Will Baptist church. -
Bennie Roebuck was among our Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. Messrs. Jesse Shirley, Guy Pinhol
: I' visitors to Starke Tuesday and attended R. L' Watson, of Barnes, Ga., ster, Lucian Hazen, Roland Anderson' Bass must be brought to our Store and weighed. All Bass ;
i the show. was a guest of her sister! , Mrs. Wm. and Walter Baxter' spent the week-
J ;I r Jesse and Johnnie Adkin of Adam Johnston, last week. end with homefolks. 'must be caught with rod, reel and. artificial lures. ;?

i, : Park.Ga., spent several days during Mr. Traxler has moved his family L. Morgan of Gainesville,. was a
1 the holidays with their sister, Mr. to Rochelle. visitor to town Sunday. ,
1\\ I R..M.- Hereey. Mr. and Mrs. J.; W. Townsend and Miss Olga Ward, of Gainesville,
I t. i'l I i"" Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor-to' family Visited Orange Springs this spent the holidays here with her. parents. CONSUMER'S, : LUMBER CO. h

: i' Starke..Thursday. week. :
i j i iI i I 1'' Mr."and'Mre. W. T. Wallace have .Xmas passed off' quietly ,and pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. Garrett,' of'JfMcksonville / r
'It' returned home from Worth, Ga., after in 'Lake Butler. spent the week-end here with ,
I ,spending Reveral days with her A joint installation the blue lodge her' patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cros
1 r parents. and Eastern Star chapter was held on by.
.I '! 'i Den Hall spent Saturday and Sunday Monday evening: at the' Masonic hall. Mrs. Jim Abbott and children, of
\\j : at Lulu with friends. After the installation a delicious supper Plant City are here visiting relatives
1 ;. I Arthur Moorer, Calvin Trlect and was served. The following visi and friends. ,

f, }If 1li j ''Jim Phillipll: ,, were visitors to. Starke tore'were present: Mra.'J. D. Padgett, JS. E. demons and .son, Alvin, were mr '
,\-I' ,j ',Thursday./ Mrs. Wise, Mrs. McGill, Mrs. Smith, In Starke Thursday.
Mr., and Mrs. E. Frank ChaRe, of Mrs. Willoure, Misses Flora Sapp, Miss\ Iris Godwin, of Alachua, was
i Starko, spent Xmas with her brother, Mildred Roberts, Kate Epperson and in here Wednesday afternoon;: _
. ., Fred Clover ettle.i Messrs. R. ,E. ,Dell and Clifford Wil- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell' spent .
i l'_i tr, S. I! .Woodard WaR a visitor to the louse_ the holidays with the former's parents -

county eat Monday. The following officers were installed Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell. 1.
t'a' i .' Air. and Mrs Jim Koon, of Waldo, : Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colion 'entertained .
, spent Xmas here with her parents, Mrs R. E., Den, worthy matron. a few of the young folks Friday ...... 'I
1 Mr., and Mrs. J.. P. Padgett. Dr. J. E. Maines, worthy patron. nighty with a social. Games were ,7. THE "
\ I'n.d Clovf>rneUle was a visitor to Mrs. H. M. Stanton, assistant. matron played and music furnished by the ; UNIVERSAL CAR ;,;M ,

r 'i., l i I '1 Hampton Monday. : Edison until a late hour. Those present ''It
Marshall Proctor-Secretary. Misses Lorene, Ellamae and I
' ,' E. A. Galnes, of Tampa, spent Saturday Miss were
and Sunday here with his family Mrs. Dollle\ Epperson, Treasurer Eunice Hazen, Veda Watson ,Virgie That Ford Quality.
' '' at the home of her parents, Mr, Miss Edna Epperson, Adah. Hunter, Myrta Morgan Lottie Gain- Dependable '
I' \f. and Mra.' G. M. Bennett.; Mrs. Matilda Crews, Martha. ey'and Inez Abernathy,' Messrs. Vas-

I' I r r. I\.'t :. Shooting matches were -enjoyed by Mrs. N. E. Roberts Warder. coe, Ralph Lucian and Marvin Ha. Ford durability began back in 1903 when Henry Ford started ex
I big, little, old and 'young during the Mrs. Salome Maines, Esther. zen, Rand Crews, Ben Ardell and '
; knew
i a\ .; holiday, A. E. Proctor, W. M. Hugh Butler Crosby Hoyt Watson, perimenting: with Vanadium steel and heattreating'prc'.c aaea. He "

I I Mr. and. Mrs. Adam. Kelsey and C. 11. Register, S. W. Lewis'Shriver and Roland Anderson that a more exact tempering of,steel for motor car building must be worked ,

: "' ; children, of Palatka, pent the Xmas A. C. Strickland, J. W. A Masonic meeting was held here out. Vunadium, it was learned when added to molten steel, gives to ,
holiday here ,with her parents, Mr, A. D. Zacharias, Secretary. Monday for the installation of new ; '
I .!' .. and Mr. T. B.; Trlest.' ? ."' D. T, McGill, Treasurer. officers.Mrs. that steel a greater toughness and adhesiveness. And,'now other alloys
1' Sunday afternoon, the following of. S. S. Proctor, Chaplain.N. J. W. Surrency and children have been found which are superior to Vanadium. With the Ford Motor I

I 1: fU' r* 'were elected and re-elected for E. Roberts, Sr. .Deacon. spent Monday here with relatives. Company constant progress i is the daily companion. The Ford product
the Baptist Sunday school! : Lee Mann. Jr.,, Deacon Hogan Smith, of Sampson,, was in
,. ; i 1 .' ,i Superintendent, M. W. Lee. J. R. Chastain, Sr Steward. town Saturday afternoon.' Car, Truck, Tractor".grow in quality daily. Heat-treating tempers

I 1" ..' Aesistant'eupeflntendent( P. W. Mose Frinbei-R.( Jr. Steward. George and Ruby Crosby, of'Jack- I I part so that it will best withstand the wear or tear to'which it is subjected

;\ "' ;I Moor*. G. A,. Epperson, Tyler. sonville, spent the holidays here with 'Ford chemists and analysts have created formulas and standard specifications
I ..1 ,.,) 'Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Es- Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Pinholster, of( their parents, Vf. and Mrs'E.. L. but
i for individual of the Ford for the steel
r", true Woodard. Frostproof, and Misses Alberta and Crosby. every part car-not only
Bible class leader G. M. Bennett Lola Bielling motored from Providence Frank Cone attended church here for everything from pneumatic tires to top, *

i j'' ; Senior,class teacher, I D. W Moor Tuesday afternoon. Sunday. i
j '.. Junior class teacher, Mrs. Floy SulItvan. Mesl,,'r. Orland and Noble Armstrong Misses Van Cone, Iva Colson and of t""
'1 spent tho holidays here. Pearl Green, and Me8ll1'll..Tom Markey Ford durability isn't a matter of accident, it NU a, matter' painstaking

Card clan teacher G. M. Bennett. Mrs. M. E. Smith, of McRae, Ga.,, Dave Green and Eustis Kelly, of Pine thoroughness in laboratory and factory. The Ford is a car, of precision 1}
'Let vvery' member attend and try spent. Xmas vacation with her sister,, Hill attended church here !Sunday? : of standardized values. Order No matter '
,, car now. 1
,. Mrs. R. E. Dell. night.:
,to make the New Year more progressive
than before. Lawton Howard, of Ludiwici, Ga.,, Reddish Andreu, of New River, was how fast they may be made the demand multiplies faster. Order todayfor .1\i\

Johnnie Williamson, of Lake Butler spent lasteek with his sister, Mrs. in hero Saturday afternoon. we can make fairly prompt deliveries-Runabout, Touring par, Coupe r
spent Sunday here with fiiends' J, M. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Kelly spent the Sedan Truck and Fordson 1
', James Triest went to Palatka Sunday (>, '"i. Howard, of Arcadia, spent the, week-end here with the latter's parents Tractor. :'" l
to spend the week with relatives. wuoknd with Dr. and \Mrs. J. M\. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward. ; t I

C. A. Youngblood and daughter Mann. CheHley Fogg, of Graham, was in j
Miiis Nealie and Miss! Estelle Wood- IIolli Knight, of Starke, visited J town Thursday afternoon. !

ard were, visitors to Hampton Xmas E. Maines, Jr., this week. Clyde Ward was in Alachua Friday. The Ford 'Garage ''j
fttrnoon, Hugh Register spent<< Xmas at hit I afternoon. !

nave Swindel and Albert Dock, of home here.J. II. S. Warren' was in Starke Mon I
., 'ilurnpton, were visitor here Sunday E. Mainea is visiting relatives Ir day r '
i \ Sanford this *'Week. A social was given at the horn of STARKE A. W. & G. A. Anderson FLA

\' .>': , _9r afternoon.D. W. Moore and f"mily't'nt out Mr. and Mrs. T. G .Futch, of Lees-' S. V. Andreu Friday night.' Several ), ''I'I '
F burg *r* guests of Dr. and Mrs. J E,. were present. 1
I ..'" on ,the lake Monday with the Intontion } '
> and to cele-' ''Maines this week. i \ Among those who were In Worth-' I
'of spending the day ,
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i r ; SUWANNEE COUNTY'S' DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICINFORMATION Louis Brown spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Hazen. Mrs. Aileen Thlgpen and baby, of ing at J. E. Clemons this week-!
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.t. NEW PACKING HOUSE I IS AT WORKEslablbhed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clement Alvin Palatka, are spending a few days.with Dr. W. II. demons of JaCQonfU .I',

\ :". .f(t Misses Carrie Belle and Elnora Ben Clemons, Mrs. G. C. Mills and Mrs. L. her mother. Mrs. R. J. Oliver. returned home Monday after I fry :

I '-; ; Cures Smoke and Wraps Meats for by General Extension Division nett, of Jacksonville, are spending M. Gay spent Saturday in Gainesvillewith Several of the Pine Hill young people days visit with hU Parents, llr

,''It.,;;: the FarmersA to Help Florida PeopleTo this week with relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kensey. enjoyed a social given at A. L. J. E Clemons. s'l 1Mn. 1\\

nt;. I here.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Sr. and Greene's Saturday night.A. Cephul "arre" W" 'In Brmkerq 1 k(

,;:' . +. new packing house is being constructed assist In finding answers to a E. E. Burney and children are son, Ray, and Miss Tave Andreu, of E. Surrency, of Brooksville, is Sunday,

) r I. " I. at Live Oak by the Suwan- 'hundred and one perplexed problems spending the holidays at Live Oak at Brooker, spent the week-end with Mrs spending this week with his family. Charlie Cone was in th(> \ ate I.''
the home of Elder H. V. is visit section !II1iJ] .1'
+ 'f.$ nee lacking Company. Prof. J. B. which confront the citizens" and communities Skipper. Lou Cone. L. M. Gay, of Providence, Monday afternoon. .

1 Thompson, of the University of Flor of Florida the general ex- Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville, $I""o,
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ida agricultural extension division, spent Christmas with her parents. __ -_ -- ;
tcnsjon of the University of Florida .
i recently visited this plant and speaks Mr. and Mrs P. L. Dinkins and

enthusiastically of it. has established a clearing: house for children of Jacksonville, spent Christmas
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\ all kinds information. In man-
on speakingof with .
1 He says tKht the business methods relatives in Lawtey.
the work B. C. Riley director of
/J. '.. of this company differ distinctly from C. R. Sapp was a business visitor to b6
the general: extension division, : made this
C f.; those of ordinary packing houses in says Starke Thursday.Mr. we :
"In dealing with questions it is the
that the animals are not purchased by and Mrs. Marion Oliver, of for '
purpose of the bureau to acquaint the cigarette
:. the company. The plant is operated Baldwin, spent Christmas with relatives you
It with his
inquirer rights in asking for
. solely for the purpose of curing! in Lawtey.Arthur
information and to put him in touch
\ i smoking and wrapping meat for out.i Miss
1, with the agencies that him. Sapp and sister Myrtle
: can help
A f' fide parties a fixed charge: being levI motored Jacksonville .
I i' The general extension division will to Saturday ai, .
led on the bull! of weight: for all returning Sunday. 7 x+ o ,
I not attempt to answer questions concerning .
f meat handled. At present the charges Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs: of Starke, rM' .
agriculture and home ,
i vary from 3 cents a pound for ordi because: these questions economics taken visited relatives here Sunday, ,
nary salt curing to as high: as 8 cents care of by the agricultural college .Miss Rose Andrews of Jacksonville, ,
a pound for meat given: the complete and visited friends here Saturday.
experiment station; neither willit
1 sugar-curing: process? be possible for the division to take Miss Florrie Terry, of Starke, was .
, The advantages claimed by theB' the guest of her parents here during
J' the
.. ; company for their process over ordinary up questions which would ordinarily Christmas.. >
involve the hiring of an attorney -
home curing are: A better Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, spent
an engineer or some
specialistwho "
I I. J glade of meat as a result of the !cold Saturday and Sunday with relatives ,
must be on the job in order to
the is unifrom and 0
f storage; ;
handle the situation. Questions corn here.Charlie .
salable shrinkage is less, sufficiently
. more ; George, of Wauchula, wasa
. I ing: through the division must be moreor
t. 1 IC.BS to cover most of the cur- visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
: 'f\ less of a general nature nevertheless Ky
I'J J .. in? cost. With a high! class product much Information In the form of Alex Ott and A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville
t and a uniform standard grade; visited relatives here Sun.
j bulletins, circulars and letters will be
, i' that may be turned out with their facilities
4 secured by the division and supplied M
..!. 1\1 the Belling! problem will be directly to the individual requestingthe \ and Mrs. Ted Lewis, of Brooker _

; 1, 'I simplified. In this way the company their information as well as direct answers spent Christmas at the home of Mr. .1 4hCAMELS
is assisting the
'', i J 'l product. to questions which can be taken and Mrs. M. Padgett. -

I I. Prot Thompson believes that this care of by the force of specialists Vascoe Crawford and Oscar Griffis, *' \
'I V ''' 1 plant will be able to handle 250,000 found on the campus of the university of Jacksonville, were visiting relatives fit your cigarette de- H
1 '' of the State College for Women.
t. here Sunday.At .
'. pounds of 'meat a month when com completely you'll
All kinds of
L. 'i 1 J pleted. Although: still under construction questions concerning the annual election of officers of agree

t; +,.. the doors have already been community and welfare development public service Lawtey Lodge F. & A. M., Thursday they were made to meet your taste!

nI opened and much meat has been cur have already passed night, the following were elected for

.., i:I l Ci ed. division through; staff the and hands have of been the extension answeredfor the ensuing year: Unique flavor,fragrance and mel- ,;;:

. I C. R. Sapp, W. M.
1.1! GET INTO THE DOG BUSINESS people living in Florida or those II. C. Padgett, S. W. .. low-mild-body: due to Camels qual- it,:

) I I";, WHILE PRICES ARE LOW interested in of the state. Since the establishment R. D. Griffis, J. W. ity and expert blend of choice TurkI I
the extension division

;' Get in and Have--Hogs- to Sell When last October, many people have gotten : E.W. B.F. Wells Godwin, Secretary.A. Treasurer.. j' ; ish and choice. Domestic tobaccos ".'.

I I i Prices are High the impression that general extension II. Harley, S. D. '40F j are a revelation! You will prefer the : .

l I --- work study consists however mainly of correspondence J. L. Harrell J. D. ''l Camel blend to either kind of tobacm ;.is
", Farmers, in producing hogs for ; many E. D. Boyer, Chaplain. .

ka i"I market, have made nice profits during activities have been started and several Charles Dinkins, S. S, .-'--.- % I smoked straight!
new bureaus will be established --
::1 the last few years. The hog crop \is L. A. Marr J. !S.: .
short time.
a }) one of the staples, a crop in the production a very Geo. Futch, Marshal. ; .y&& With Camels you can go the limit <:

l j ; of which many advantages: Jesse Reddish, Tyler. 0
LAWTEY c without :
i j I exist in Florida, and it is a crop nor -. tiring your taste. They

{ L'' mally profitable injuring Lawtey, Dec. 31.--Mr. and Mrs. W. FIVE MILE leave no unpleasant cigaretty after- >

j 1.I The temporary.this low prices it is are human II. Edwards and children spent Xmas taste; no unple sant'cigaretty odorl
industry as
1 day with relatives in Gainesville. Five Mile, Dec. 31.-Mr. and Mrs.

4 ;I nature when prices to want are to at get: the In top a business and to Mr.Alexandria and Mrs., J.Va.P., are Wyrick spending and :babyof the B.Butler L. Duke Thursday.were shopping. in Lake 'I To get a line on why Camels win

Black] up efforts when prices near the holidays at the home of Mr/and Mrs.T. Ardell Drawdy spent Friday in Lake you so completely compare them
The business is which
I : "

,I'; I will stay. It la the business where .Mr.J. Teiry.James Shepard and family Butler.L.. G.. Johnson and Marcus Dekle Rusy G, el C.m.M1 .... Bold ...ryworo.... puff-for-puff with any cigarette inteSSZ5SZiZl .i.

'I the man who prospers most is the moved to Starke the first of the week. were ]looking after business interests Q< I I E ;: man who sticks steadily. The man ., <**> > ,,.
have in Lake Butler
They been Tuesday.
residents of Lawtey : :'d'"td"urfon.'Mrfon.:
fer to
w. quality !
I who hogs: to sell when they are coupons or premiums :
for a number of years and their many Dewey Duke, after spending Xmas rronf/jr' rcommn 01. 4
J high: I well as when they are low in cm Ran for thm Aom or aMos e
[ friends here to lose with friends and relatives here, returned -
regret them. R. REYNOLDS TOBACCO >,, '
price Is the successful hog raiser. supplr ar h.nym tae.L J. CO. Win-ti I"m N r "
j'// Mrs. W. A. Torode left last week to his work at Plant City
While prices are low l is the time to
t for her home in Alabama after Tuesday
.1 I strengthen breeding stock' by the addition
of several months with her son W. Marcus Dekle and Ardell Drawdy
of few good gilts ,
a or sows or .
1. 'i E. Torode. left Saturday for Kathleen.A .1k
a good: boar. During low prices the
Miss Nellie Roberts merrycrowd of folks
hhe was a visitorto young enjoyed
packing houses always make
., Jacksonville first of the week. an old fashioned candy pull at I
discrimination In the grades,
N. Miss Cole, one of our teachers, is the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. De II I
and the man with well bred hogs secures
in the spending the holidays at her home in kle last Friday evening.. Among those .
an advantage price over
I' Anthony. present Were Misses Mae Duke, Nor- ,
with mixed lot of indifferent
a Mrs. L. II. Hill and Mrs. Pearl Jones ma Dekle:, Etta and Mattie Waters,

I ,' hogs At: the present time several of the were visitors to Starke Thursday.Mr. Hattie Dukes, Messrs. John Waters, i Two Dollars Year After

, .' best breeders of the state are having: and Mrs. J. B. Dye and children Dewey Duke, Ardell Drawdy, Math a

auction sales of purebred hogs. They of Jacksonville, spent the holidays Dukes, Marcus Dekle, Kellum Parker j I "
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Victor Stewart, Tommie Dekle
are not anticipating: as high prices as
M. Blanchard. and Romeo Dekle.

I ,;... ii', have farmers been received will do in well the past to attend Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell were Mr. and Mrs. William Blume of December 31st.

I visitors to Starke Thursday.Geo. Palatka visited relatives here during
these sale little
secure a
j pureblood .
L. the .
Futch holidays.L. -
M and family moved : --
J from them with which to improve
!, fr: ; their herds at home. last week to their farm about one and G. Johnson made a business trip
M h;".. ---. one-half miles west of Lawtey. to Palatka Monday.

I I.,', DRY CURING MEAT AT HOME I II Rollie Brown and wife, of Jacksonville William Cone, of Lake Butler, was I I

I 1'. --- are spending a few days at the I the guest: of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle
1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown. ; Monday.
.q, t' How to Retain Original Flavor and
; How to Prevent Souring Mr. and Mrs. Highsmith and baby, Mr. Herndon, of Lake Butler, visited Remember that the Telegraph's subscription
f of Jacksonville, spent Christmas at in this section Saturday. -

p l I;" t. --- the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boy. Raymond Hewitt and Dewey Duke
; Many farmers have difficulty in the r
jv will
I.. : '\ . ).. curing of meat and at the same timer er. visited in Midway Sunday. price $2 per year after the closeof

I..." ., retaining the original !flavor. Even Mrs. T. J. Terry was a visitor to Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle spent
Starke Thursday.Misses Thursday afternoon in Lake Butler.T. business on December 31st. If 'wish
e ''I''... more difficulty in preventing sour you
H. Rimes
Mackery and Cole visitors and Angus
" ing of the meat close to the bone in were Biellingwere
hams and shoulders. Prof. A. to Starke Thursday.W here on business Saturday. make
Spencer to of 50
I E. Torode Xmas a saving cents on nextyear's
vice director of agricultural extension was a business visitor passed very quietly here, just your
I; has to Jacksonville first of the week. an exchange of the usual greetings
in Florida, given a few
I Dimple methods of dry curing by Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, among friends and cheerful letters subscription make your remittance at
I was a business visitor from absent loved .
here Thursday. one Soon the
which much of this trouble can be
l. :y } t avoided. J. C. Cone, of Brooker, was a visitor New Year will be ushered in. Let us
f ; After the meat has thoroughly cooled . to Lawtey Thursday. hope it will be a prosperous one, each

u :t "IKt" and all animal heat has passed out, Reason LastingeT of Hastings, was and all trying to do their bit to mike
a visitor here Thursday.Mrs. some less favored one happy.
', I ; place] each piece, skin down, on a
.I i t. I 1 l" clean bleached muslin or flour sack W. E. Torode, Mrs. W. H. Min --. This advance
er and Miss Nellie Your Back if was delayed for three
U covered with newspapers. With the I Roberts were visitors Money Rat Snap Doesn't yearsin
: 1' to Starke Wednesday Come Up to These Claims
hands rub Into the meat as much as

{f-i: j : it will take of a mixture of sugar/: salt Chas. Hess, who has been at Orlando RAT SNAP is absolutely guaran the hope that paper would go back to the
for the nine teed kill
f. and peppers, prepared as follows: past months, spent to and mice. Cremates

l r 1, '' t't' Mix sugar:together, 2 teacupfuls 1 teacupful salt,granulated 2 tablespoonfuls - from getting Friday his household to Tuesday furniture in Lawtey ready, them leave no Rodents smell.killed Rats with pass RAT up all SNAP food I pre-war price, but there is no hope of this

I to ship to Cocoanut Grove, where he to get at RAT SNAP. Their first

I { I' ) cayenne black pepper pepper(This 1 tablespoonful is amounts- will go to farming.W. meal is their last. RAT SNAP comes taking place, and the advance in our sub-

J M. Jones of In cakes. No
_. for a 15-pound ham). It is necessary Hampton visited mixing. Cats or dogs will

t . t that this be done well, both the preparation relatives and friends in Lawtey on not touch it. 3 sizes 35c, 65c, $1.25. scription price becomes necessity s
Xmas day. Sold a ,
1 of the seasoning and the applying and guaranteed by D. C. Jones.

:. r of it. John Roberts, of Jacksonville, wasa
l ,
visitor here during Christmas day. PINE HILL
When the rubbing has been done,
." Ir fold the papers and cloth around the Bryant Reddish of Plant City, spent -
meat, being careful that no part of Christmas with his parents,, Mr. and Pine Hill Dec. 31.-Mr. and Mrs. remittances to
, Mrs. V. R. Reddish. T. L. Godwin
the Then spent the week-end in
.. meat is left exposed. hang
f :\ a .' in a cool place Charlie Sapp and daughter, Beu- Alachua, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave

r n The advantage of this method in lah, were visiting near Raiford Fri. Duke 1 the meat holds its original flavor. day.Miss Misses Pearl Greene, Vera and Rosa J

.. : : This method however, should not be Enza Blanchard, of Palmetto, Surrency, Van Cone, Messrs. Eustis
'' 'J undertaken unless the weather is cool. Is spending the holidays at the home Kelly, Dave Green, Frank and Charlie
4-\.1\ }/t of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cone Mallie Surrency, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
is difficult to souring
It prevent
r 'j i M close to the bone of big heavy hams Blanchard. B. Surrency, Mrs. Cone were The Bradford

'k t and shoulders, especially; during the L. L. Sapp and son, Arthur of Miami among those at the cane grinding at County
Christmas here. Mr. E. B. Andreu Sr.
Mr weather. If the curing material spent Sapp Thursday night.
'"i;, warm be brought into direct contact will move his family to that city this Me. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Lake s h
' can
, '. I, -, with this Interior part, it Ha not BO week. Butler spent Saturday with her par
; '' the Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green. Telegraph

1 difficult. Some advocate taking Jacksonville, spent Christmas with Messrs. Lem Anderson, of LaCrosse
makes it to
: bone out. This possible
t. /'. reach the Interior with the seasoning relatives in Lawtey. and Lloyd Johns, of New River, were ,
guests of J. E. demons
Sunday after
1 However, most people prefer to retain the different methods of curing meat, noon.

... the bone. In order to do this write to the College/: of Agriculture, Francis Cone, of Willcford STARKE
h. I' and prevent souring at the same time Gainesville, and ask for extension bulletin the week-end with his mother, Mrs. FLORIDA 1

,: "It is necessary to Inject the curing ] 11. Lou Cone. .
' material] Into the Interior. Use a hypodermic o
Misses Vera and Rosa [
I ., s,; I syringe and a solution of o.w.r. Tlutele chip Tails Blanche Crews and Francis Surrency Cone attended ., !

; weak brine and saltpeter. A very rwtorairttaUty energy by parifytnj: and." church at Brooker Sunday. II I

I strong needle is necessary. tfc-h In*tlM Mood. You HM!k*t tm> .* Lucian flaxen, of Jacksonville,
For more detailed information onj ntna, jnvlttoratinu: CTIMw: "
the week-end
spent with his parents,
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V. DECEMBER 31. 1920. PAC.I!: SEVEN_ .._

Tom Pyal do ____ 100 W W Bal.den wanning at j.1 _.._____. a W Watnwrlght do 16 ....._ '
AS EXERCISES AT I The Quinine That Dee. !Not Affect The Head 1.M. par.h Rlidon d____ I "0 W W llatedrn guard at J.I __.. 40 0 Bradford Co. Tel. printing 8 f

LAWTEY CHURCHES ..-an.,1. Its tonic end luattve effect. LAXATWE Kate Collina do .. ................... t 00 W J E"I.nn feeding . 81. l N II Tyson janitor I ....___ :
IE UROMO QUININE (Tablet. ) can be liken Kate Premier d_________ I.PO W J Epl"n do) era reform achool. 60 00 City Light IMant water I I '
by anyone without Mining nervouaneu or rin" lnflullieliead. Jerry John ________ '.0 Turner' Dru. 8tr medicine j.1 ._ 8.1! W M .;d..1 -____
bristmai tree exercises! at .W.GOV t s an.tu.bus. 3Uc Banner Pyal do ..?_,_.__ .._._ G.O F F ..jail ________._--._ 76.M K N Col.m.n wo____._______ \
and Baph M. M. Hndion do _-._..___ J W White H n supplies jail _-__ 1.41V. J W VMiite, *. tkm meld do .
Grace "Methodist Carrie Albert do _________?-. S 00 Idow PenaloK FendMra. Fred Creen janitor ___._n I '
at Lawtey Thursday and FINANCIAL STATEMENT COuNTY SCHOOL J. H. Moore clerk and del box dist 1.. '.2 S.llle Blackwlder ____.._____ 1000 W I* Murk, do 2* __1___._u__ ,
were FUNDS J. L. Harrrll manager __._..._-_- Mr*. Mamie Lu ".m.........._. 10.00 T5tflrugCotncidl5 _.___ I I
veningB. respectively Count auperlntendint'a firianeial *tternen1of A. H. Harley do ._d_____ 4 60 Mollie Hicks ........._ ...__n____ BOO W M Welch wood 25 ___.__. \
_ _ ded and enjoyed by all. The county school lund for th* month of A. M. ?....?...._._ 4 DO Mra Joeephine McNeal .....u_____ 600 C O Meek, do 28 ...--._.,.__ (
recitations were excellent November 1980. Volley I1.nrh.r d do .____- I.26 Honor C. Crew u______....?__. H.00Mra Arthur Moore janitor Id ___.._ I
_J General School Foil Win Johnson clerk do__......-_._ BOO Mangle 1'"wnlnl ....__..__ 10.00Mra Charlie Clark wood 26 ...-- ,
able for the occasion. While 1.I.n.Nov. I, 1980 -____ 286.68 C V manager and del box I_ 11 M U P bO. ._?..__?..._.. 1000 I, I C Wlmbt-rley teaching 26 --
all good we will especially during mouth'...__...-__..12805.O3 C A I'hlh. do .___. ..00 1.lul. Bhadd ...-.................* '.00 i K S.IIP do I.........__ ( )
rs Warrant loue_______11HS9 61 Rev. lnn..r.__.,...__ 8 00 Mra. Mary Jane Kit _._--_.--._ 800 I 1'carle June 2& ..__..... (
One recitation by Rev. Boyer, Balance 1920 ______ ____ 868.00 I Ar.trn. do _____ 8.00 .. ............ 12.00
.aptlst church, who represent- v (o" N.. 1 1 ,P'.1.1 ...pui del box dial-8- .-. 8 00Wealry ;Martha bne-.*.. ......=. 6.0: I Total ... ..............__ !
and Baptist Sunday Balance Nov. 1. ________ 894.11Receipt William manager _____ 8 00 '
....... . .
I Zetb05t during month Henry do __..___ 5.00Gordon BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD NOTICE
,was "decrated"e W..nb lulled __________ U 48 Net. do _..._......___ 800 General Sceaol Fend !
neckties, one around his B.lne. D. 1. 1>20 __________ S61.78 A A rwuglaa deputy do __________:.. I 00 1.. C I-owell hr services _______ 6 Florida.In County Judne'i .ur ) '

below each knee: DUtrlet S X 0 Ibook e".1 4k dpi box diet 4.... ftO I M '. ......-__..._ --. '.1. In Admlnbtration
1 one just Overdraft Nov. 1. 1920 V_--_* 19.2S I..nnl. manager d.._.... 8 80 A Haarn dr _______________.____ 7 00 Nixon., of ,
the Receipt during month .1.... W L Blair d___________ 8.50 C A Knight clerical work _........ 86 OH D.e.CITATION
all about as happy as fanned ._____.__.,__ 1.0 j E Gay do _....._........._.... 8 60 IE R 1'0".1 asian __.______...._____ 16000 Hereby notice I. j
r would have us be, I O.r.f D. 1. 120 __________ 2.82 J F Wllliama d.utJ do _______..._ 860 J R .0p.1 t.v.ln. expeniH ....... 26.00 to Ann. Mlxon, Btarke given Florida. j
: took up collection for they District N. L A Brown . .. box dial t .... 8 00 R ." orrl.__.......... 1091 A. ) Luvcnia Itymes.
Balance Nov. 1. 1920 ._?..__. S47.H8 J V Edwards manager do *.._----. 4.00< Kldridue: Reddish teaching .._.._... ".oe Florida MI..nll daughter of
Christmas tree. Receipt* during month --__.... ..66Warranta A n Burreney d-_...........??.. 4 00 Mra A H d..._..___...... 6800 Virginia Avenue deevaned.'
Wlmo. ,
trouble came around and bailed ___ 468.57Overdraft I M Bantnot _____..__. 4 0 I POint .?.........?..__ 60.00 of ) > amp
D. 1. 1920 _________ 210.98II.trlrt (N Bhaw deputy do ______________ 4.0 Mary d ........_.......... 66.00Alice ..d-ll m.. bryan and
ped us left and right, 4 home rent do .__-.___ 1_ "0 -_ .-______..____--._____ 6600F of St.k._'lo.ld In( }
be Xmas _.........._ J !reek clerk dist S ______________ 10.00 I.nd
"There won't any Balance Nov. 1. 1920 1. 66 G Sehell d.. __... __________ ) and | '
fin Lawtey Xmas night." Receipt* during month _..?..... W M Wainwriirht manager d___ 10.00 Mra J E Adkl. do __. .____......... 7.00. .0untJ. FI..ld.being: all I of t each,.. I :: ;
W..nb Issued _____._.._..____ 82.110 T N Kendrick dc ______ 10.00 U Q do .____._________.__ 200.00 .ly iMMMwalon th
other Barber made a reach n.ln. 1. 120 ____--_- UI.le F }' ShaRer do __________ ___ 10.tH Mary lol.nd In..m do ........__._.- 1(1000( .I.m.n.or to any the r.he "
Crabbed a pair of boots, District I J W Andrew. Jr do ________ 10.00 Jessie WI"n do ___.....__........... 100O 0'any part land .Anna
.____._ W W BaUoVn deputy do ______ ____ 10.00 tb..r. tl1 !
1.lne. No. 1. 1920 ???. Mary d_... ........ .4 of the of I
i twp linen dusters and three R..I' during month _-__-_. 21.0' Arthur Wllliama meal for dist 6 ____ 1010 Mary Johniion ......___________ 1.) mlnl.t.t Mlxon deeeaavd .
'ng Sunday suitspen i Warrant* iuued _.,__................. t.40 J E Futch hot,.* rent d____.._- I 00 F\a Epperaon do ._...._________._ 76 01 Petition. In .. tiled .In
he around B.I.n. Dee. 1, 1820 .____.._..?.. 225.66 Ovid H.rn.manager del box dist 7 20 Edna Epperaon do .....______.. wriin. dull "
Rowe, pranced niotrlri .s Luther W..tnn clerk d___-__. 8.60 Mae MeKinney do .____________.. 2.0. .p"yldr. order be .. ,
wed he'd go to prison, Balance Nov. 1. 1B20 -?.___..._____ P J l'r..manager do ..___........ 1.50 Kathryn Harrison ..____________. 75.00Ellis I''Y. an and made
Receipts durn. month ______ 11.1 H H do ________________.___. '.10 : Whitwonh do d....______._.__._ H6 00 ."..erlll! take authurialng h.
tor Barber brought him down Warrant* ._______________ 10.10 B Joh. deputy do __.._.......... 8 & I..ura Wllkln.on do ...___________ U.OOH eetate t of said possession estate
wore the boots were )zls'n.ter Balance .ue. 1920._____ A Durden houae rent d_.__... 2.0 C Wimnerly do __________.____ 160.00 of nrlllng. to the I I
D. District TBalance 12.8 J W NI.hl m.n..r A box dist 8 7.70 L A do _____.___._____ 7600 which paid pay j
Rowe, she grabbed a dress Nov. 1. 1820 _.._ ___. 176.66 S A 1..nt ... 8 ?_-_.__ 4 .0( C R d..e. .___.______.____.__ 7600 d..drne '
started on the run Receipt month- _?____?__, __ S H Mo.manager d._......_... 4 60 '.. .do _.___.___________ 76.00 *l
rBrown In town and du.l" _____... .. ... 4.44 D C Can do ..__. ......._?..._ 4 60Jamea Kllubeth Cole do ......_____________ 78.00Bertha Lot number Tw and North : 1 I
was W..nnb b.. ..._ .- .- 171.11 Dowling deputy do _..._....... 4.64Jamea Daniel d ,.... .________. 260.80J Th. III Block Three In :, .
er stopped the fun. Bl. 120. ?S?? ? Dowlinir ".kln.booth e do.. 1.Rf F Crewa do ..._____.___________ 180.00LI addition to the T.w. of .

"Twas meant for me that Nov. 1,"..N.......___.... H C Peeplca .. box 9.__. 8app do ...._______________ 110.00 Known by the map or plat of
1.I.n. during month ._...... 11.08 EL Roger m.n..r d............. 8 60 Doris sot do ..____...____ __._. Ion recorded In th lu.11 :
>, as well as more," .Ip. _____.__.__..___ .. 1480 T H Rime ......................_ 8.60 Lucy I. do .....__.____________ 180.00 Bradford County ;

1n i the two went rolling like W.rnn" I.ue. 120 ._______......?.. L O Dubou do _______________.____ 8.(0 M. J J Handler d__.__________. situated It I further In rltarke, Bradford
D. Dldriet S 8.1 A I honey dnuty do ......__........ 8 < fowling do ....________.______ 200.00 that the* reprMented In
.n on the floor.ster Balance No,. 1, 1920 __N.._........___ 72.09 i Adklna clerk ft del box dlat 10___ I fOB G Jeannette Matthews do __________ 100.0 relate I. prraonal' ,' 1..r) j
Barber said her gal deed RfHwIpt dnrlnr month.______ F Rnrr manager d_......._.._ Ina Alderman do ____________ of said 'nuR t
the biggest doll Warranta ______________ O W And. do .___....____........ 1.1 Mr B D Law d_________________ too.oo aald eatat and it la :
B.I.n. ba. 1920 ....___ ______ .1 H T Parnell do ____________.____ .& Carrie Holly d......_._______..____ IG.OO nea In order t pay
con Bennett said he guessed D. District N I*. 88.1, S C Crew deputy do -._-- --- 8 Mra J C do _______________ 'G.OO* *

r.and she'd not get none at all. Balance Nov. 1. 1920 __.______...?. 1".8S W T McEver manager ft del rt'i 11 6:10I I IJ Doris Law do -------.__________ ) Now. therefore .1 and each
ter Barber went for him and R.el.b du.ln. month .- ..?-,, I R Revllle clerk do _...... ._ 8.00D Beul McGrudt-r do ..-_____________ 7.011 inbefore named, ..d all other ______..____..?_ 4.71 J Byrd manager do.....-_...--.. I 00 Jenle Tbtm. do .___.____________ 7600 eeted In th. said land., or any ,
ked: him on the neck, v 1. 120 ....._______,_ tlO.K H D Waaden d _______________ 800 Mildred d____.____________ 76.00 hereby .. commanded to .,.,.
stood worse than did the boy District I Nlram Wynn d.put do ............. 8 00 Olive Ray d. ,_.___________________ 8600' County Judge or '
- Balance Nov. 1. 1920 ___.._....... 188.68 R C Helberger ft del box dint 12. 8.00 W A Scott do ________________ 6000 IIr.dror County. '

he burning deck. Receipts during month _______ do ............. 8.oil Alva Th.m.d____.___________.__ 6500 rourttiouMe In Bradford
arrell said all this squabbling Warrant .ue________________ I. O Wil. m.n..e.________________.___ 5.00liDMaydo L J Huhb.r ____________________ 87..10n..I. ida at 10 o'clock a. m.. on
Balance 120 .____...._______ D Mo. .________ 55.507reds February. A. D. 1V21.
D. 11.1 __________________.___ 8.00 Rdl.I d
e is no fun, of you or either of you have,
N. ....________ __" I do _________ .. 8 __ 1660
_ the Buick, Joe and get usa Ralanee Nov. 1. ....__ ....... 888.SO a M Week Bennett deputy bone and ticket... 17.00 o Dolorea lOonier do 27.60 IN-tltlon .hould not be granted.Witneu .
Receipts during month .__.... W T 1.lnl i Ada RegUiter do .. 6600 the Honorable (ieo.
?? board ..__. *.RO
run. W..nb teraed T- ....__ 17.4 J M ". .n..lno _________ 40 Mr A L Drira 66.00 Cuni Judge of Bradford
__ _
C A Roberta do J --------------1- the pest of said court
shook his head and said 1920 ..._______..___
Bl.n. D. 1. 810.HO C A Knight do ________________-._ 5.00 Nina Wllliama do .onn 16th mo at ,
sir- reel" .18Balance Oeo. A. Gardiner do _________.____ ..00 F 0 Srhell do __ ".00 Strk. Flo.ld.. A.
Nov. 1, ........_..... ___.___....... 4.17 Ellthe Collins __ 8600
Bill and Keiffe going to t8.01 J 0 Will co phyiilelan d County Judge for
are : Receipt du.lnl month .________._ W T Week clerk and auditor ...__-- 152.96C 1. I Futrh do _.__.....___._________ 415.00Mr. ( Seal) 1.dfor
I till everything is off this W.rnn. I.ue.__......___________ 1.42 A Knight boy reg .......___.___- .OB L H Futch d...________ 6500 -Or..I.1---- .
itmas tree." B.ln.. D. -------- tUS I'hone Co. rent _________.____ 5.10 K W Wilkinson ....____________ 65.00
:-j;H flake. Co supplies clerk __..___ 7197Win. ). ." I.w' do ---'...________...... 60.00 FINANCIAL BTATKMKNT
Ister Reddish jumped up and Balance Nov. 1. __________ Z28.07 Mann ..........___...___- H.*'. Annie M'M'do ___--____.___..____.__ Its 48Ella "UN.
need around and said, "By Receipt durinir monthWarrant .............. John Mack janitor __...___..._. __ 86.OnE Mlnton do ..................... 10.00 Monthly .. alatement
I Issued ------_------- 24(4 : M John. eo .___...___._ J J Rhoda I.nn.t do ................... County for the month of "..
B.I.n. Dee. 1. 1920 .....___..___... 04.48 C A Knight wo..ttm. and dee 10.0 Eyder .................... 6600 General .d *
s.11 don't keep quiet I'll go out District It D B John. burial p"m.pauper...___l.n_..__- Era Crew do ...._.-_..___._____.. 66 On Balanee Nov. 1, 1820 __ _..
get Volley." Balance Nov. 1. 1920 ___._-_-.-.._-- 14.72RreelpU City, Light I'lant _____________ ".n Klva Abernathy do ____?-_-n..._ -_ 6600 Receipt du.ln. month .- .
my during month .......___. Bradford pub 10.25 Alderman d.....____........ 5600 Warrant ___...__....
ft Harley, he arose, and with Issued ___........_____... its W T C.east bill et et ..1.-.__ .e.. 82.54 H II Wiggins d..._______-_____--.-. D6.00 Balance v ..4. 1820 ....._
wful frown 1. 1920 _______________; Con.umar'. booths diet e.. 5 00 Belle Weeet _.._____............. 6600 Pin. and"
D. metric No. ISIlaisne. l.e Drew L"mb..C__.__________ 1.0R Eva William do ................._. 65.00 Balance Nov. I. .-.-..-.._
he known that all this hul- Nov. 1. 1920 _____________ 81.84 D C C.uppl. .______ 24.95 Kathryn Dekle do .__....__._.-....__ n.IO Rerelit* during month .___. '
Joo his wife ten children and Receipts during month-....._.. W J F.iper.on Jon.1lumbln.Jury elrult e ___.._ 5160 NIL Blair do ............___....... 66.00 W.r.nt I.ue ____......._. '
itself have in issued ,-___...___......M.____. 88.26 W J Epperaon sums gr ju.cur.ln_ 76.60 J T ......_....-_-'.....-___ Ill Oi'' v. 1V20 ________ i
would stayed the . 1. 1920 ___._______..... W J Kpperaon Jury _.____ 10'.71 1.1.1 1".n do ................_..._ 65.00 Head Fan
end of town. D. District 17 .e W J Epperson elll eur. ...... do ..._.....____ _....... 65.00 Balance Nov. 2. 1U20 .........- I
Biggs and Ma Overdraft Nov. 1. 1920 .............._ 8.08 W J Eppernon sums apeelal venire et et '00 Doris Norman do _....._..._......... Receipt during month .._ .... I
Biggs got Receipt, during month _______ W W Bal.den dl.t cattle dip ______ 10.00 Vera flurreney d ...................._ 66.00Ktlye Warrants Issued _nu ...._. J!
and tried to say Warranta issued .....- W W B.l.den t et ._____.____ 21.00WIle 1'.1. do ._____-,__-.___-.... 6500 11..n., l) 1 1V20 ------
ne it! Quit your fighting un- Overdraft Dec. 1.- 1920 ::::::::=:=: U8DI.trrt ": bllr...,--.---------- 18.00 Barney .do -.,..--.___-..___.__ 6600Cora outstanding Fan I
No ISOverdraft Crew.plKn"n do __________________ 910 EdgIer do ...................... 65 00 llalanr( Nov. 1. 1D20 .._____...
re get Ernest and Mae. Nov. .___________ 85.14 fieo A Gardiner Inq Charley Smith ___ 4.20Eni Pearl lewis. do .................... 6600Elnlo during month __..... :
other Godwin he stood up al- Receipt* duringmonth ________ Epperson 40 ______-_________ B.OO do _...........-._.__ 66.00 W..rnu t..II.t l..ued __..__....__.
gh he discreet Warrant 1flnued *-.-...._..._....... Co..Teiegrsph pub notices e rz 11.00w A J O.I"1 ....-_...........___. 11600 Ila'ance' Dee. 1. 10CO _. _..._.
was very Ov.r.f Dee. 1. 1920 ____________ 68.14 J Eppenon 1 day with board ._.___ 4 00 Dora do .-._____...___ ".00 Drainage Fan) I
rab for Jimmie and Billy and District No It W W Coli-man wood .______.___.____ 8.110 8 8 Knight do _?-_.-__....__ _... 06.(idllertle liaIson Nov. 1. 1920 __________ I
vise Marguerite. Overdraft Nov. 1. 1920 .............. 6.00 Amanda Thomas raise pauper ___.____ 8.00 Thoma* do ..__.-...........--, soon Itfcelitl during month ........ I
Receipt durlnl month ________ Cottrell pauper .____--.___-___- 800 R T Cnxby do ___.-_.......__..... 86.00Mra luuedJ .-.-._-.
I parson's wife arose, weigh- Warrant .__..-..-._.._.._.. lel Brooks 1 day with boar dand mil 8 60 R II Warren do .__..-....___. H6.00 W..nnl' ) 1, IOU,.________- 1
1'200 pounds or more Overdraft Dee. 1. 1920 ._______..... 6.60 J M Brownlee do ...?_..___.-..-___ 4 BO Caule Cole: do ..__.________ ____... 6600Kvelyn \Ido. I.n.lo"
what N. 2* C A Roberta do ._________________- 840 Ih>maree do ____.___...______ 6600Virirle Balance ". ? *
all she'd do to anyone Balance Nov. 1, ................ Drew do ___. _______.___- s.40 Ioh.e do ................... 6600 1"'II.t du.lnl month .._-._ I ;
ing over her little two by _.I"t. during month ____ r--rLT 19.11 Jim Rddl.h do _?_--____,........__' f JjJ* Ornrle -............_...?. 260.00 War.n" n__......... __..I''I', ;
W.rr.n. issued ____.__....- .?._ -T_ '.2R Julius Harkowlta pauper ___...._.___ J. T B Plnholxler do ......______?_-.-. 16000Ethel .ue. H.( --------
B.I.n.D. 1. 1920 __________....?.. Agnes do ____..._________. J JJ Joni do .......____........... 1.10.00Kunlee 1. iNtilnlier 1,
the organ Joyce and play District N. 12.88 : W l.w.r tax collector __...___ 1180" Hnu d .--.__._____-.-,.- 1011 Bradford County
all your might 1.I.n.Nov. 1, 1920 .__..1?._..._._ 44.9* F D bal due 1920 tax hook A <) Jenkin. do _--_-__ _______ rltat of Florida.I .
1..1"1. during month ...._... _... W.' Forfeiture Fund Sarah Jenkins do .__..............._ 66.00Hfiphie hereby' certify th.t the .
e's .. .
going to be a hot time In . lulled ______..______. __ 8.88 W J can* Albeit Starling .. 17.00 Mascnh..rg do -._ ___....___ 65 00IUu'1 nf reeelpl and dl ". ( )
|,old town tonight. Balance D. 1. 1920 .______....?... 86.S8 W T PI"n t do .__________.-__ 1.90 Hixiprr do ._ _____-_....... 9500 "tl.* of II.d..d County. fn.
m.t n" N. C leo A W.k .. Cliff 108 Joule Keller do .____..._n.......... &.P .. I* true and
srley, who was the master j Balance No,. 1. 1920 -____I_..? 1S.1S W J Epperaon do .......____Du.I._ ... 29.BOW W L Laws. do ______._0 __________ knowledge and .
nonics then announced that' ReeelpU during month ...........?... 2.40 T W"k. coat ct Ct do __.__..___ 1.01 J A Jon. do ___. ____--._____._ ___ 06 OCI T hl.l.W. ,
Warranta bue ___................. 18.70 W J do .___-.............___ 1.00 W E Jenkins do .____.?...______... 6500Volla (REAL) Clerk ,
am had been changed some- Balance 2.011 A E".non. ease R C Davis .....- 1 SB William do ................... 6600 $ .
It was intended for old Sa/ita D. Ihj II------- W Gt J ______?.....- _..._- I K Kelltty do ____?___________ 75.OO By C. A.
Overdraft Nov. ;.......... Ill.JIB W T ...met. et ct do ___.-__-___ 194 F 1.1..1 do _________.._________. 86 00
come in immediately after ReeelpU during month .............. 1.20 W J W..k.Eppemon do __________-___.____ 28.65ho <* I. ____n............. 611 Oil -
recitation, but Instead old W.rr.nt I..ue .____......_.... ( A Gardiner cane Arthur Stokta _. 880 ".U. mure do .....__............__ an (inKutille I
the O"e.d., D. 1. 1920 _____.....?..?.. W J do ---------------.--- 1'.HJ Keller do ....___............. 4000( NoTICE ITCC'IIUI.IFRR
last recitation came in N 14 10.1 A L Ep.nn. .It do ____________.___ I.CO I' Ida l.nk.non do .._................. 66 00* Notice I. .I".n !
'me time. . .. Nov. _.......... _. 17820 J P do ____"________________ 1.40 ('.rl'.n' do _.....___._...__ 1.0W annual meeting of /. I
tny gifts then Receipt. du.ln. month ......._?____?__ W J 1.1.Eppermon do ..__.____________ >.JJ K 1llnion do ______ _........._. Ilr.d"r County l.nk will be
present- W.rr.nt ___..........________ B.RS Willie do ________._____________ l.ula GlUon do ____..-..._____...--.. 8f.00 I..nkln...m. In ., Florida '
I went to their homes happy. 1.I.n. D'. 1820 .....___________ Perry Kit do ____________________ 1.00 Pannle Jone do _.........--......... .IO II. 1921 at 7lHO 1..m. ,
N. SI IG.22 V J Wiley do ____________.____ 1.0' Ida Chandler: do .._._............... 66.00Sophie b.rd of dlreeUira for the "
1.I.n. Nov. 1 DI.t..t. .....__...._.. '1.4' Buddy George do ....._.__-_______ 1 00 Tlmmon. do .................. 6500 tr.n."t a.h nh.. b.ln. .
du.ln. month ..___......_.. do ________________. 1..0 Lillian Cooper do ....._..__........ 66.00Hertha e.m. them. ,
duelna the Household Warrants ..___...-.__....... 2B6.40 Fd R.ynold OOt.t et do _____?...__ ."1 N.I..n do .................... 70.01 _,. ? ?? W.k.
Overdraft ______ G Mason meld ....._._........... 12-81-St.
D. 1920 ....-_....... 214.98 W J do ____________ .1.00CI. J IS 10
little E"Pnon
.; folks were playlnt D.trd N. leo A .. Joe holmeS\ _____ '.42 I II.r.r C printing warrant .. 41.41 .
bouse." Robert was 1.I.n. Nov. __.___I_.______ W J .rln. do........._u___.____ 20.00 HI.m trannporlation .... 66 no RTOIHOUERI
papa. !.I"t during month .__ ._ 10.P J C Jernlnan. witness ....__-____.____ 110 J W Morgan free took. ._?....... 275 T. mln. .r the .
uma. After much difficulty IPso W..nt I. ___...--,....?....?_... 411.78 C A Stephens do .-.-__________.____ 220 Baird Had Co heater ...__..._?___ 65.7S th I.k 1011. l.nk. I.k Hill
If large u brood Papa HobUy B.I.n. D... 1920 -.?.-.. .. 94.21 Frank Murphy do _____________ .____ 220 J J Nettliw work on toilet ........_ 20 lilt .m nf
burst N. ST ? ? Henry Buttle do .___________.__._-_____ 1.20 u.mwh. Add C payment .......... 26 III" tlon Wednesday. January 12 102. :
,, mil' with : "Suy. there Overdraft ._...._... 18.4* J.m. do ______ __________ 1.20 Ni Incid __.____.__....__ __ 8 HO I I for the purpiwe of .1..Un. a
: "y chlHivu In the family Receipts' during month ._._...._?__. Wi J.m. doClarenre ____________________n 220 n l Jon. d 0 ___ _..__n_____ 810 and other offlcera .
tvo will inn* to u. the doer"* W..nb issued ..__.......__...___._ 15.04 Butler _______________ 2.20 R H.I.lop ..1. ?_.. .__n__ ____ 1616 I I to transact any other bufitneMi,
Oy.r., DM. 1. 1920 _____________ John Wllliama d______________.____ 1.10 J C Cone lucid ...__.........__... 1825 come before the m.eting.JNO.
District N 18 S4.G W T Weeks cost ct ..........__ .It (ronnumera Lum Co, Ineld ............ 4.40 I L.
I'NO: MORE CREDIT R.I.n.Nov. 1. 1920 .....____....... 160.61 W. J. F.nper.on do ..e__d___............ 100 I Keen .pu"In. dw .1 .....-_... 11.80 I ,
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Ferlpt F during month ____ W..nt l.ue4 -.__._...._.______. 80.0 W J Eppemon do .....O..--....____..--- 7.60 llxhhle I'hll. __________.__.-__ ".00 I OF GUARDIAN I
January __._ S.6H M A .. do ._____...... 11000 NOTII
1st I will diseontlnl B.I.n. D. 1920 ._.. ____ r.eo A (. cane Madison H.I I date hereof, I.
? ----- 180.1 .rn. I J do ______ ___.____ .
District W J do .,.._ _, .___... 17.60B K.le ___ 6600 Thr)
credit business ? ?- Guardian for Myrtle I
l and will sell 1.I.n. Nov. 1. 1820 ...,.__I...... _. C OI.y EI'.nn .................. 1 On ............... 66.00Mra I I Green. Eva Green Effle; Green .
or cash only. ? 111.1 ________._ O JMhnM'J' ............... 76(10Maroia )
l.el"t during month .............. S E Trlent do _0____ __. J J" and Ann. Bell Green, minor .
rience has shown me that then W..nb l.u.4 ___...-.?.._...... 8.40 Calvin Trl.t do ______.__.__.____ ......___..._ 06.00Maxln will apply )
? do __._...... .. . I I'.r"n" d..rd. (
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B.I.n. D. 1. 1920 ._______ __.__ W T Week met ct ct do ______.__n 1.25 Wil. 86 00Tommle County Judge of ( ,
the credit business compel Dletrlet I ? 122.1 W J _____...________ FA. do ._... .....__.. 80.10 0..1.
.J.fOG fur to eii!! at .1.I.
No Fp.nn d Jones .____.. ._.... .... 'I.rd. an ord.
Urging of higher prices, and I 1.I.n.No. 1. 1920 ..- ._._._.._ 9S.18 A ; Em.t __ S. Rim. d undivided
? ? CI..n Nit. Blair do __..._....____.___ B on.-lly.rourh !
hereafter sell Relp. during month .__...._ W I | do .___________ ______ 800 66 ouOllle |I..
to for cash in or- ? Fp..n Hague do ______ __ ._. 11000Jeule mloo. tl. f.lo.ln. .. ) (
issued ....._..____ W T t do .._._.._. n -
W..nt ____ 11.87 1.1 and being .
4 I may give my customers the 8.I.n. D. 1. 1920 .....___......_ W J W..k. ..a a McElvln. ___ butch do .______..........____ If.OO to-wltt Ir.dr.rd .
Floule .__________ ____ .
11.28 ...___ R/ieler
|of the lowest possible ni.trirl Ne. SI J 0 ( -_ witneu -...?._ 1 8n) d h I Lot ". (241 In
iness prices. 8.I.n.Nov. 1. 1820 ___._.__ ?._ M14 Fred Fnumln.. do .........__.____ ISO Bradford Co. interest _____ _-- 87666 I ITotl two.(82)Twenty-foiir) and Eaut: Half of" ,
conducted on this basis _____________ .
r du.ln. month _____ __ J A 1.10 In Bectlnn
___ .._......_______ ___ 117)) (81)) ,
rove more satisfactory all W..nt bue _____._.?_....__ ).81 Ceo. rra' .. do _________________ ? 104K2. 7 Five (6)) )
1920 --- _._ to.83 Anna McElvln do _________--__..._ 200 paid 1..1.. I ftb. .r.lo. : I Rn. "Tw"n..t.o plate of (
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P M Pailiiett board ___ _____ 11 20 .o'.ln.
December W J east et ct do ___ .._ 60 rl.
I. 1.20. Epperaon - In office of clerk, of the
predate the patronage I have IR W J Eppernon JefT Johns .. _. S0.80 L C Pow.1 do .._......._..__.... 4 20 .0.1.. <
the\ OFIO"COIN'I.. 1 P Peeple witness. ________?_ 1.40 A A H..n do _______h___________ 1.11) f'.rk. Bradford County. Florida. )
past and solicit ITT 0' 0 the 17th day of December
a contin- E R office meld .. .._ ..... '
certify that foregoing *t*_ itIlDyaldo _________ _____ 140 1'01.1 ? W. E.
with the assurance that my ment nf th Receipt th of Arthur Hick d ........____...... 1.70 Goo. lucid .-_...?..__ 1.601 Guardian for Afore ( ( )
vill be as low as it Is possible the fund* Dhune.n. h W H Hlek. do ___________...-_--....- 1.70 llalrd Hwd C w.1 caning _...._____ 1687 112-1-1t12.1. ( )
of 8..for mnl J I Water Midway ...... BH.611
I W J F.pp.raoneestctetdo.._.._ .60 .p.l. t
them. l best 1120. I and true tiellef.and correct to W J F.ppenon race Allen Yate ...?... IS.46J J S Norman ................... S.70Drew NOTICE fir HT()('K IIOI.IXrKS ) )
for knowle. Co. . ...__._.__ 2625 I. Notice I. here),, given that )
my prices in the Tele- R. C witness ._-_______- "rnUnl - -
Superintendent POPPPLL MoAn do ....____. 1.00 C ------- 27.76 annual meeting nf the .t..k .,
lifter January 1st. In.trton. J.hnnl. "* ----- M Klvra ; Co Work :::::::: 2 811 I lwtey State hank held )
Ella MeClenrinn do ... ......______ __ l : .II :
W. M. BRYAN. J C Will do ____ _. ___.__ 111 A Havaw* d _____........_____.. 4000 lag . In 1,... Florida, ) )
PAID BY COUNTY -- ??- 1.01 r. .' .. ......______ ( ) )
BILL COMMISSIONERS Dan Elleraon do _.____.. ___._ 1.10Frank ) .upl.l. 22H IK January II. 1921 8 p. m.
General Griffin ft _. ..___ __ of director for the . ( :
Bryant ___._____...... 1.00 Jobn d -- 1.80. .
at KM,. Bay, at Horn. Amanda Tom.. up. ..'.....__. 10.e Rlla. Kite do .d__________....,.?.. 1.00 s: W A RowlM _____________ 14 8.j tr.n..e.r such other business .
l 1. D . ._.___. W J Epperaon sort et _ __ .60 J A Ellington work --..------...... ,OO come .r".them.
>oy. would run away from N..y Connor do _______ W J A T a d_____n__ 11070 I J. W. (
CI i ffenjtf tu.. tyranny If they Martha Rigga do _______ 1.0. W E F'.nn eras witness 1.11__ __..__ 4 40Mr. .-___-_.___________....11110.06 t.I'-2L
". Hagan do. ... _..,,.,__ Special Fend <
S 60
> Iwmril.. L ? .. W E Yarhorough do _______ __ 4 40 .
rviiuim nnd cloth" to . Hunter do ____.-..?.._ 4.00 Minnie loe Yarbnrough __.__.____ 140 Edna Frallck teaching z' ....._.__ 1600 NOTICE ( I.EAII' ('
.I''rl >\'''rlli' :Xtiir ,'....',.,.,,'.. Elliaheth Hunter do _______. 4 00 Johnnie Yarbnrough. do ..,.. . .. S.40 F Q Eehell d 4 _________ 28.01)
Warren Kereey d____ 8.00 A T do ...._..____- .__-_-_-_ 241 Laura. Wlklno ndo 14 n__ _______ 16.III! Notice I. hereby given that
Attic( Roott do __..__-_.._i.B S.00 11.1 do _._.__ _. .. S.40 I r G 8"1 _______.______.____ 26 (IDEllthe January 8. 1K2I the !I..... of .1 )
JTo Stop a Couch Quick lua Clark do -_. ______ 1.00 W.J. coat et et do-____-__--- .60 do 1____________.. 16.110 vlrt. of Bradford county will t. .. ( ( )
Hannah Rarria do .___-.-TI -m_ I.80 W J rnpenon Epperaon: eaae Marvin Allen ____-_ 15761 L H futch do 80 ____________ 1000 of the south door of the eourt ) (
pAYJS' HEALING HONEY Martha WllklnMin d__________ Lob W J Enperaon et do 601 His: M.n"J do 1 _----_--._--____._ 1600 said. county convict, .uhji-et to
a W. N. Newman -------- .: Knight do 24 .00 ., .1.1.. and lien l
__, 16 to highest
S which 1.00 (leo A MeCntehuon S:00 ) ----------------- th.
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t the inflamed atop the cough by Mr. Nora Rwln do .____.? S 60 W J Epperaon =__ _____ 1tteo / .Surreney do 2_______ ________ 2000Kttye I emlng .mmn' Period of n4! 1.
and irritated tissues. Susan ______.._.._____ n sri,. S 10.00Itsen.y through year hIll, The '
1.1. 10 00 A Gardiner N ___ 221 I th .
T* LGROVE-S 0-PEN-TRATE Martha do .......j---_ I.e W J Fpnenon do.______._Ho..r_ _________ 11.7Rfteo ld i.-::::::::::::::: 1500: I IKlaie the right reject any and .1 .
,for Qesi Colds. Head Colds and John Wright do _...____..__.. A <;ardlner Adam Thoma. S 00 d 20 _-______ ______ 6 HO I I IK C. :

>- enclosed with every bottle of W.d. Wynn Box d.___________ 4.0 (W leo J A Epperann, ._John...___H.__.Smith___h____ 1.121 8 W W 1) 11, "I:II-_::::::::::::::: 24 WIlT:00 I IJ I Au.t.CI.lrm.n Board of County" <; t

HEALING HONEY- The Jve J. '.00 W J ______ _______. 17.60 ----------- WFFKI.CI.rk
be robbed on the cheat and throat Erin Rlgglnhotham d ________ 1.80 Jacob John" wit John?WeCutcheaon- MIO K 1.0. meld .-___________ ___ 2.'"I ,* Court
a Buffering trota m Colder Newman. Children d _____ 1.00 (>.". A. Gardiner Will Moor .. I tOw A .. Co. mold I______._-... ..
'-' -" Croup. Martha McDonald do ._._____ 100 J Epperaon do I.IS A I) A" .. Co. d _____________ SOU( NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO )
thro (Combined of fly *- Heallns Honerla- Al. Bryant do __________ I.SO W J r.pperaon wit--::::::=::--:::::- 1.00 I W C Whitwn Co S_________ 6.40 F8TATK OF IN.ANTH !
with tb* haalbul effect ofHAYES P. lied do Gao A John Green-- __- J W Morgan free book 28 __.__--_ 8.10O H.niby notice I. given t.

thxugh the pores of'sea .. F. Melvln d?_ ___--._ 1.0. W t C.rln.. ..-_..-______ .____ 1.0. L luk.wo SO _______________. 7.04)Mami. .guardian of the ml"". .
Catherine do .____ 4 80 ( A. d W. M. Baakln.. S.00 teaching SI ..__.... 8000 Maud Galney. Brow.rd r.ln.J and
sad lb.S Margaret Rhr d......__ .0 W lao.J Epperaon G.'ne' e._________ *** I Moan!. H/iler do 14 .____............ 70.00 ey. .II make .,.,. .. the
Wii M.rln d -_.. Jamb J. witness ___n. 1.00 Toml Edward do 16 ._____.___ 10.00 {. I" ". of Bradford (
< J. NOtl _ ._n._ _ 1.00 W J Epperaon J"hn. Oeo. Farriah __ VM.7Hull' Jonnl Rime do ____-_____?-.- 6.00 hi. office In Starke, Florida
n I C Smith wood 6 8 60 day of January 11121 at 10 '.
Jon. d 1.00 tMrvt copout* jail __ iRS 1 _-------
Mr. Mary d_ 400 .lt..Wiuner Job_ _- I.80 IVI 8 Spires lucid I ____. 1.01 for authority t sell certain real ,

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; County Telegraph I release him from the wheel. Those YOU LOVE I and Friday in Jasper with parents.A Home Economics Departmentof ceipt of two slips taken from i. ,3-

::. -= -1; who gave first aid said his body was the Calumet Baking Powder Co., cans of Calumet Baking Powder and 1-

L1k 11; fY,' t'sMlahed Weekly, tnd entered aa sea squeezed up, where the clothing: held, HOME COURSE IN DOMESTIC 4100-28 Fillmore 'St., Chicago 111. :20! cents to cover cost of postage *)

until it was not much larger than aman's LIFE SCIENCE this book In packing.,. .M :>
: end. elans matter at the pout-office) at will be pleased to place \
arm, and when he was releaseda ;
,. 1L fi Starke Florid" great deal of blood came from his "Twenty Lessons in. Domestic i

p --=-"-_ .r----- mouth, which would indicate that he TAKES ON A ) Science," by Marion Cole Fisher has 7

"4" y 1 .;. R. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner. had been seriously injured Internally.The WHEN YOUR BLOOD recently been received by us for review iI

:, Ii northbound twain fortunately Wean AND FREE FROM: v GENERAL Elr

hour later Saturday and Mr. Lamb SON This is a complete advanced coursein
4 : Those who Imbibed "moonshine"Christmas was put on board and rushed to- the domestic science and home economics -

night, and then saw the hospital, where en operation was per TRY TAKING PEPTO. :'/ boiled down to meet the) Requirements HAROLD G. r

full moon twice as big at it generally formed. Dr. LLM Lamb, a relative, of the housewife and The stu- ..,'

la, were probably scared enough to accompanied Mr. Lamb to Tampa and T IF YOU FEEL LISTLESS dent. STARKE FLORIDA i,
.' swear off on New Year's day. Gentle PRESSED YOUR ,
: was present and assisted Dr. CarltonIn i The entire course consists of twenty
1. Luna then happened to be as near It found that CLOGGED AND hundred :::1
the operation. was practical lessons-one pa- FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
the'earth as it can come and the decreased GISH
the Fkull had been crushed in many ges filled with the most valuable Information fl''J

I I distance made it loom up large places, and three. pieces of bone, .the the housewife can possess

I er than usual. size of a quarter, one the size of a Without knowing why heretofore taught only In domestic = ',

j, half dollar and one the size 'of a dol- yourself feeling unhappy. science schools > *

The latest begging project that has lar were removed. Everything in around day after day helf Do you know the relative value 'of

reached our waste basket Is intended medical skill was done for the patient terest in what is going on food, which fruits to use for cooking:, .1I

I i to make the American public open its blTt to no avail and he passed I lags and life becomes dull. what purpose salads serve, the correctuse

I w)+ 'I purse and furnish the wherewith to away about 6 o'clock, without having ty of radiant sunshine, ] of condiments, about proper kitchen SYRUP mhi
cathedral in Lon. WANTED
put Westminster retrained consciousness.The ers and the entrancing equipments, about U. S. govern-

don, in"repair.. We do not believe body was embalmed by. he Reed 'life, you miss entirely. ment's bulletins, how 'to reduce the I

, that the proud Britishers would beg undertaking e establishment and was ing, sleeping, .become more high cost of living, how to promoteand ,,:1
:, / money; of other nations for such a placed in a metallic coffin and shipped a bore. protect your own and your families barrels and

I'j' r, purpose, and the thing may be a conIderice to his home and sorrowing: relativesand That is what clogged : health, how to make housekeeping 10-gallon cans, thisseason's

1 : scheme. I friends in Parish, reaching there blood does to you. It poi simpler] and more economical and make. Write.' /

t 1 Sunday morning thoughts. You are only pleasant by utilizing modern science I ,
4 Prewitt who life inV
Cricket began
I" The funeral was held from the Baptist You need, agood in the home. I
.. Starke setting in P. W. Corr'sprintery .
'. I, I t" , later published type a little paper church in Parrish Monday morn- I tonic. Take Pepto-Mangan This book we note, Is priced at $21 P. O. Box 41 {.

I j' at Waldo, tben went to Callahan ing at 10 o'clock, the sermon being by weeks and notice' he bit per copy and from what we understand
1. \ Rev Cary Sparkman who preacheda Pepto-Mangan is an it contains a complete $100 college -
..1 l- and for edited the Leader
> many years FLA'
IItronand comforting\ sermon and ic, and is heartily, LEESBURG t
IV 1': which he owned, has now bought the ] : course, condensed, and it is practically .
paid a high and glowing tribute to siclans. house..
r Fernandina News-Record and consolidated free to every interested 1 .,
. .t 1\\. the life of their best beloved citizen
. It with the Leader, and the combined Your druggist has quoting all cash prices, delivered at :.:
who had been called to Us Maker,
; "I will henceforth be published both liquid or tablet NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS MEETING .
; paper while in the prime of life, and while whichever you prefer one Notice Is hereby .Iven that the wrolsrannual station.Bryan's .
: II"; at Fernandina. Mr. Prewitt is ; railway .
meeting of the stockholders of the your
I t 'I.. ( :_ a born newspaper man and we wish doing so much good for his fellowmen ly the same effect as the I Hampton State Rsnk will bo "held In Its bsnkInn .
J 1 1' t' him continued IIUCCt'' Jesse D. Lamb was born in Bradford sure you get the genuine romns In Hampton, Fla., on Tumley.Jsnusrr .

,; county, Fla., Oct. 18, 1871, and /gan.: Ask for "Gude's" I, of 11.directors 1921. for at the 7 p.ensuing m.. to year elect and aboard

< r TIME FOR RESOLUTIONS was 49 years and two months old at the full name "Gude's transact such other business as may properlycome .
i )ti the time of his death. When a young gan" on the package.-Adv. before them. :-- -- ., \

i boy, his father, Rev. J. B. Lamb, moved l2.81.2t.'A.. A. FLITCH j.
dt .1 t' The holidays are over, even to the Cashier.STATEMENT "
t r' his family near Rye in this county, fifteen years of age, when (1 n
l A
shouting. new steps in tomorrow -
.. where he settled lived until about to Parrish.
{iI' I t and with empty pockets it is OP OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT -
ETC.. REQUIRED I ACT OF Spot Prices r'
11>, 1 ; easy to make good resolutions. We -- ---- I CONGRESS OF Al'G.' 14, Kit.Of ;

::,. do this every new year's day, but Bradfot0 County Telegraph, published
I I': this time let us make an additional SNYNOPSISof JB20.weekly at Starke. Florida for October 1.

r ,I i ,; onto keep our resolutions. Plate of FlorMs County of Bradford!, a.Vetere Until further notice the following spot cash ;;
me a Notary Public, In and for the
l of have been industrious
Many us not over -
: state and county aforesaid' personally prices will be in force '
during the year. Let us our which will E. 8. Matthews, who, having been duly at my store: >:
r ; '' light: the torch of Industry-it will Story worn according to law depones" .nd says that
j he I. the owner of the nr.dford County Teleirraiih -
flV ; / show us the doors to all the.blesLingn. and that the following Is, to the beat White Side Bacon 23c Ib.
, r. 'land in hand ,with industry, must of his knowledge. and belief a true ststrmen
weekly of the ownership management. of the afore- Compound Lard 17c lb.
a Those who d'd
t economy. not aid piiblicstlon for the. dste shown above
l ; t i lone their heats while extravagance Publisher E. S. Matthews. Stark. Fla. Best Meal 4c lb. I,
. Editor E. S. Matthews.
Srarke. Fl.
1 ruled the but their -- --- --;-
i If country, put sparemoney Uudness manager, E. S. Matthews. Starke Hudnut Grits 4e lb.

r away for a rainy day, have ,0 Fla.That Apple Sun Cured Tobacco
i been trebly rewarded. Their pocketsare the owns are t 25c a plug
: R. S. Matthews, sole owner Starks Fla.
11' not empty,' the dollars that were That the known bondholders mort"....... Brown Mule Tobacco 25c a plug

%, L worth only fifty-cents each when! put I and None.other. security holders. ere! Fine Granulated Sugar lOc lb. ,

I away are now worth double of what E. S. '"'
VALLEYGIANTS MATTHEWS Self Rising Flour $1.55 for 24 Ib sack
they were then. The third advantage Sworn to and subscribed" before. me this

I enjoyed by the savers is, that they do 22 day of December 19211.GEO. C. WHITE Octagon Soap 2 bar for 15c

not have to reproach themselves. with (Seal) Notary Public. No. 2 Tomatoes 9c :
a can
1 ;I not having grasped opportunity while My commission expires Jan. 14 1928.

I i.. "It was within their reach. But times OF THE J1 _- Maxwell House Coffee 38c a can f

i are still good and those who decide\ ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn Gold Coin Coffee 36c a can 1.-
Circuit Court. State of Florida, Eighth
: on industry and economy can yet have Judicial' Circuit, Bradford County, In chan Best Butter ( 60ca lb. :
I l'; their innings. cery.LaMIra. ,.
Weed Graham,

. I I i/'..,' make Among Is that: other to pay good our resolution debts] proirpti toy A vs Complainant 1. Your patronage is respectfully solicited, and I guaran. t

14 i ry. (.Nt>glectlng to do this just act Involves Willie Henry Graham, Defendant. tee satisfactory service. ;..,

f loss to the 'debtor as well asto It appearing by affidavit appended to the
I ,., bill filed In the above-stated These prices are for csh. Don't ask to credit 'i
j t)., :i the c, ditor. There is no characteristic .. ..JPETER Henry Graham the defendant cause therein that named Willie us

i 11"y a person possesses which our 1'I I. a non-resident of the state of Florida, ;
\ 1 i. fellow! men values no much as that of D.KYNE and his residence ,ll unknown and Is over the
age of twenty-one years) It Is therefore ordered you.W..M.
: i honesty in our dt>ali gs, and the good: JUTTTfOIZ OF 't 4P.Y that said non-resident defendant be and BRYAN
1 f point we may possess are overshadowed Is hereby required to appear. to the bill of STARKEBusy 5-
COPYRIGHT. BV PETER S.KYNE complaint flint In said cause on or before .
by reputation for being
I i .s a Monday, the 7th day of March, A. D. 1921.
", / about paying our debts. And i if .. the allegations of said bill will be 'JI'
we are true to ourselves and others In . as confessed by sadl defendant.
I ; CHAPTER Xii.- Burk" It Is further" ordered that thl. order be -
thls'respcct, It will cause us to be true CHAPTER.. III.-While Bryce U at col- I builder-of the projected I once a week for eight consecutive -
I. John -
Cardigan meet with heavy forma A Oregon ...k. In the Bradford :
railroad Telegraph
t in a
I every way. will tlie business losses and for the lint time views MoTavleh and Is much ". ._".,,,,. published In said, county and state.
future i
I. The last resolution. wo! propoi C with uncertainty. and hla father make plans for This December. 29. 1920.
is to not change; habitation. Thou CHAPTER IV.-Afl..r I. rraui'hlae for the line from W. T. WEEKS.
graduation 'from .
council. ISeal
4 ) Clerk Circuit Court.
j ? who are In business for themsdlvcn liS oollvKe, and a trip abroad. Bryce Carolgan By C. A. KNIGHT,
f." farmers or otherwise, should not look come home. On the train he meet CHAPTER.XIII.-Ogtlvy. In Deputy Clerk
y Bumner, on her way to Sequoia to Interview, favorably Impresses .E. KNIGHT DaysIn
i ; to strange gods but stay at their task make her home; there with her uncle. and later engage that official'. Solicitor for Complainant. .12-Sl.10t.S-4
'; with the determination to succeed. A Col. Pennine-ton. Bryre' learn. that his torney for the neeroad.. I \
I h' father1: eyeslKht hai failed I and that Col. they obtain the temporary - - I \
'k' , man who has a foothold in Bradford PenningtonI..e.king to la advantage Pennlngton. finally convinced -- -- -
h' t i i' county and cannot succeed, is apt to the old man's buelnesi misfortune Cardigan Interest are behind !

.. a do worse yet in a section where he, I Is CHAPTER V.-In the | gets to work to balk them.
Valley of the anticipation of the of
; i'a stranger. Success does not depend Giants young Cardigan find a tree relied CHAPTER XIV.- event
rJ- ; business the location directly across hi. mother. grave. Indication BryceIh.. use of a locomotive the I'
r so much on the or year--the celebration of Christmas
are that It to
wee cut down to secure move equipment for laying I Tired '
l.i / as upon the man. If you do not the burl, and evidence seems to show that and Hryce and Ogllvy plan to 1 1"I \. I
.-. y ',', succeed, take stock of yourself and Pennine-ton and hi. wood.-DOM. Jules and during the night put In I III December days are crammed full of
Ir Rondeau, are Implicated In the. outrage. rutting pennmutton's track. In iM r
:ioo find out where you are deficient, then Pennlturton bribes Mayor activity.At ,
go to work and remedy the deficiency CHAPTER VI.Dlnln..Ith E Col. Pen Ignore' the temporary was weak and run-down,"
\\1J. : nlngton and his niece, Bryce flnde the and to refuse a permanent
room paneled; with redwood burl, confirmIng night Pennlngton hears the relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of times like'this our bankingbymailsystem t
.... ?? JESSE I). LAMB OP'PAKKISII hli susiilolons of I'ennlngton'e guilt track laying crew at work and Dalton, Ga. "I was thin andjust
., In a diplomatic way unpercolved. by Shirley -t I the ..pot.I I safe
f DIES FROM INJURIES RKCEIVEI) the two men declare war.,. felt tired, all the time. convenient and time saving I:

I CHAPTER XV.-Bryce. and II I didn't rest welL I is keenly
I Ib wasn't ktj
Was : CHAPTER VII.-Pennlngton"... to" gard Pennlngton'. flfnslttd .. appreciatedOur -
\ Horn In Bradford
County renew'" his logging; contract with the Cardl-, and continue work but the surer' hungry. .I knew by M
t 1 : Drawn into Machinery and Crushed 1 gene, believing hie ,action mean bank1ruptcy I word to the Mayor and also this know
for the latter. Bryce force. Ron- I,1 I desperado to shoot llryce. I I needed a tonic and mm patrons that banking-by- y'
1 { aeau to cor fen. he felled the tree In the!: eil. Work on the track la as there Is none better thanI R
; ; mail
AI ; ..' The Hradt> of Deeorrttier Valley of the Giant., at I'ennlngton's I or. '' Chief of police.. Shirley accu.ea : : business is given the same prompt
i Oer. After punishing the of conniving ..t the murder of
man Bryce
I 22nd contained the. following)) ac1 -
1. : f hurl him at Col. the Colonel leaves and efficient
Pennlngton who, with for San handling
jj: \ count of the tragic death of Jesse 'D as personally conducted N
n 1 Shirley: had wltne.aed the fight. Pennlngton safeguard hi. Interest
i ,! Lamb, one of the most prominent clt order.I. humiliated llryce to leave, and her the and girl,forget Indignant; their, I I legal proceedings.CHAPTER 'I tranaac ions.
::1 irons of Manatee county: friendship.. He leaves, but refuse to>> XVI.-Anticipating 'CARDUIIThe I

i:', I. Lust Saturday morning, about 8 cept dtimlaial. ao.'II'|1 I' menti ton'. action to secure, Otrllvy a restraining.has made To friends and patrons, we extend

i i o'clock, the entire county was shocked CHAPTER VIII.-Returning to Sequoia, the federal' courts enjoining best wishes for
the train which from Interfering a Christmas of joy and a
: and grieved when the news was flashed on Bhlrley her uncle, and with' the

I j' i I j! to different section that Jesse D. the Bryce locomotive are traveling, and Bryce break who away could from haveemaped their plainly line.In sight.CHAPTER Victory. for the" : New Year made happy by the) realization '

Lamb, of ParrUh, had caught his overcoat at the rl.k of ht. life cut out e Woman's Tonic
i j ;11 in of the machinery in his the caboose and eaves. them from certain XV1I-l/nAer/ the of their brightest hopes. 1
( some death being painfully Injured In doing ao of a United States deputy
I packing house. and received serious Cardigan trucks are laid across I

' injuries, from which he died the same CHAPTER friend of IX.llryce;: Molra and McTevlnh employed' In>hllunood his- ton's being In powerless.CHAPTER Sequoia., the Colonel'" . I began using Cardul." OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS ii

i day, about 0 o'clock In the evening,, office. make.. Bhlrley. acquaintance and continues Mrs Burnett"After FROM '
in the Haysldo hospital in Tampa, the two become frlende Needing money XVMI.-When ANY CAUSE. WE PAY 5 PER CENT I
badly. John Cardigan offer to act) I'en.eingttm turn. from San Francisco.. my first bottle I slept
t, r where he had been taken for an operation the Valley of the Olante. but the him she ha. decided to take better and ate better. I took ON TIME DEPOSITS
in the that it might Colonel I, property mu.t euon agement of her financial affairs ,
hope :
save t :: r'hnth.
I IK be hi.I bankruptcy of his l hand., and ends III. protests by four bottles. Now I'm well. I
his life. Mr. Lamb never regained enenile.. contemptuouely .... u.... Unknown him ol her knowledge of ., :::
consciousness to her uncle. Shirley buy the transaction of hi. In the ...... feel Just fine, eat and sleep LAKE
: I Valley and the (Cardigan have a new to retire and l leave. California. my skin Is clear and I have I BUTLER BANK
' The accident was one that has taken lease of bu.lneea life. They Interest Cap by the Interview . I
l, the life of one of the most prominent tal and decide: on a scheme to: parallel Valley of the Jilante."y.h: :;: : gained and sure feel that
I" I'ennlngton' logging railroad. John Cardigan and he draw. Cardul Is the beet tonic I State, County Dutrict'and
'f; citizens of the county, and one who fact that she. ll the pun-rmsrr. ever City .Depository
1', r was universally loved and respected CHAPTER Buchanan Ogllvy railroad \ and timber he lov... ao much. made." ,
'I contractor apes Ilryre'e college friend Interrupted by the arrival of I LAKE BUTLER FLA.
"> by all who knew him. le decided on by the Cardigan a* the John Cardigan: arrange: that : Thousands of other women ,
,' f Mr. Lamb had gone to throw In theclutch man to figure a* the builder of the propn.ed people be left alone. A m..r.. hare found Cardul Just as I -
railroad. Bryce goes to San Ftan. earls, and business Interest of
.,,A' on the machinery, and, it is to meet him. digan and .Fennlnfrtons, la Mrs. Burnett did. It should -
supposed simply pushed his leg 1 ,
g help
r CHAPTER XI. -ORitey oatentatloual. nCTIA you. I
against the clutch to throw it ofT, begin work of surveying for the line TF R .- all druggists.
1 which is the customary way of pushing route.which, l I. announced a* a proposed: through Molra to take pity on \\Ylo.r: ii'.A.t

'7( .:y I ,1} the clutch on or ofT. The morning to Pennlngton.block operation vaguely by making alarmed f It, Impoutble decide - she IV'h.consents. .A Valley few dl.IhaI ::;

1 ,. was cold, and he was wearing his overcoat to Recur. a franchise. for the. line tnke his father home finds h .a&1 J. R. DAVIS & CO.
'i through Sequoia In this he plans to .... already gone 'home dying I
which was caught in the clutch ".t the aid of the mayor Pound.tone. .. aanepg the tree so dear to his .
or.wheel and wound around the shaft ...
.- turning Mr. Lamb's body round anti - Big New York Grocery FirmKeeps Not Simply of
round like a wheel. A heavy oak ta If your subscription has expired or Down Rata an Insurance Agency but one

p '' close V.roome & Co., Butter & Cheese Bradford County's oldest business
1/k: bte or stand was just enough tot ,
; _the) ':wheel l that when he was whirled] expire, renew.TODAY. RAT,SNAP New York City, saysi "We ''. Institutions.
in our cellar all i
around his head and legs struck the the .. ,. ,
: It keeps down rats We
!, buy -it
J --,' A r oak bench. Ills legs were broken in ;ii{ the gross,, would not be without
Several places and his body badly
'. Farmers Q RAT.. SNAP became STARKE, FLORIDAi.
squeezed from his clothing being
pass top all food for RAT SNAP.

'' The wound around the shaft stopped of the immedi-clutch.... so you 'wiD"not miss an issue sizes 8Sc,' 65c, $1.28. Spld: and
machinery was
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!Vt'. r 'eo : by D. C. Jones, Starke

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Y. DECEMBER 31. 1920. u "f;,

and ,hire J. C. Diggs. I'l'f>ClatNi.J. ditlon has improved. 'j town, equipped with farming implements -
W. Andrew Sr., and Fanjily. A party was given' at the home of i and stock. Cheap for a
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane hada. < Miss Winnie Mae Cason Thursday) quick sale. J. C. :Manning. 12-21-St
Flits Christmas guest. her sister Mrs Ability of the big sharks that haunt night A large crowd attended find I(
of LocalInformation Clyde Minell, of Washington D. C., the deep water off the gulf Coast to reported a nice time. i FOIl SALE-Florida runner seed P"-' r
and her brother, William McNair, of wallow animals and objects of large Grettis Thomas and Dentil Thomasof ,I nuts, 4 cents; White Spanish 6
Honduras. size is bring proven almost every day ,I Worthington, spent Christmas with cents per pound f. o. b. Lake Park,
M riII\ II at the plant of the Ocean Leather Co., I their sister, Mrs Thomas ,i Ga. Cash with order. F. M. White
w New cypress syrup barrels at J. FKickliter's. on Sanibel Island Sharks ranging I George Rivers was a business .visi & Son Lake Park. Ga. 12.17-8t .
+ 123121. up to a length of twenty-five feet or Itot I to Lake Butler Saturday. I
C..arr.h4 Trw.sJ ii Os ab r.c.r.-l.,'". a..n.uI 7__ more are being caught in the com Mrs. I.. Johns was in Lake Butler FOR SALJ.r-.Ullf'd disc harrow Al .
Mrs., Wm. Edward! and daughter lany'8lig deep nets and investigation Thursday. | condition. Don't need it, am now
Mrs. R. O. Daniel of Jacksonville of the interior of these sharks Plinney Crews was attending to : using tractor and tractor disc. J. f ,
-- -- -- .. left Sunday morning for Miami to often result in surprising finds. A business in Lake Butler Thursday.. I I1l'rnan'iI1lamll, phone Starke, R.
School will Misses Jeannette. Matthews and visit Mrs. Edwards' daughter Mrs. few day ago a huge shark capturedin Mrs. J. E. Adkins and children were F. D. A .12-31-81.
.dford High open Ruth Diggs left Tuesday afternoonfor Henry Freeman. one of the heavy nets several miles visitors to Macclenny] Saturday and !
day morning. Tallahassee where they attendedthe out in the gulf, was" cut open at the Sunday. AGENT WANTED IN STARKESell ,
company's plant and a whole deer was Pierce Crews business the original Watkins Remedies, 1 '
of Raiford, had bust state teachers association. Watson melon producing three per was attending to -
utch, found the carcass not yet having been in Lake Butler Spices, Extracts etc
rke Tuesday. (hill approximating 84, 88, 40 Ibs., 1 Thursday NecelSltiea't'.
Rub-My-Tism cures bruises, cuts, 1-2 cars acre. Seed 80c lb. Reference digested.! II. O. Rivers was in Lake Butler on |I and repeaters. All or spare time.
M etc. 2-11-21 Allendale Bank L. A. Allen business Thursday. Write Watkins Co., CO Memphis,
doses 066 break a cold. burns, Bores, tetter Stoney, ,
1_ dale, S. C. its LONG BRIDGE Lulu May Cone, of Hastings; spent I Tenn. 12-10-41

Brown, of Lake Butler,. was Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and son, J. G., Saturday night with Maude Crews.
Starke Tuesday. spent the holidays with her mother Mr.. and Mrs. D. Boree spent the Long Bridge, Dec. 81,.-Among those I
.M S. Mrs. Lalla Chace, and aunt, Mrs. J. holiday. with her mother Mr. and Who attended the state farm Saturday I SEEDS-New Spring) seed catalogue ,
Mrs L. F. Turner spent W. Morgan. Mrs. M. Q. Grille Mr. Boree has night were! Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, i will soon be ready for distribution. *
a day In Jacksonville. sold out his business in Jacksonvilleand Mr and Mrs. G. W. Sapp, Mrs. A. D. Send once so there will be {
M Mrs. G. W. Brown and daughter is looking for an opening here Conner and daughter: Lula May, of'' rENT-A-WORD no delay In receiving your copy \,
Colley returned to Mulberry Mrs. J. T Moore, and little son, of Hastings" and Maud Crews. j when the book is ready. Kilgoro
>liday visit with his family Lawtey were shopping! here Thurs- The Bradford County Bank has on Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp prepared i Seed Co., Plant City Fla. 12-3-f.t.
day. exhibition some fossil bones of large a nice Christmas dinner at their home I
f I E. Knight spent Tuesday in prehistoric animals. They had been Saturday and a large crowd attended.! FOR SALE OR RENT-30 acres two.
le on professional business. Mrs. J. W. Fields and little son, found in a Mulberry phosphate mine Among those present were Mr. end FOR SALE-1500 bushels good seed miles west of Lawtey, 25 acres in .
Charles, of Lawton Mich., spent the and were brought here by Captain J. Mrs. S. C. Crews and children, Mr pinders. Henry Summers, Lulu, cultivation; good buildings." Easy ,
e foe. J. F. Kickliter's 12-31-2 holidays with her parents Mr. and F. Hickcy. and Mrs, E. A. Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Fla. 12-3-6t terms to' purchaser H, J. Thomas '
Mrs. R. S. Powell. Ben Sapp, Mrs. A. D. Conner and 2009! Everegroen, Jacksonville Fla.
, pon'ca bushes in Mrs. T. Nb'g Mrs. Nelle Hughes win come from daughter of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs: LOST-White pointer pitch, long ]lemon 12-24.21" > .
front yard are covered Misses Elizabeth Brownlee andMargaret Washington to spend two weeks with Pierce Crews colored ears. $5 reward. It. L.
itiful rolieS.teenberg Long went to Palatka the her mother Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick Mrs. Charley Cason and children, Brownlee. It* WANTED-Cypress blocks 8 1-2 feet .
first of'the week to visit relatives and She is expected to reach here tomorrow of Jacksonville, spent last week with - long, 7 to 15 inches diameter; must
and family, of Keynt friends. relatives and friends FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles be solid and straight. grain; white *
Christmas with relatives I E. A. Sapp and Miss Mabel Crews 17.60 per thousand; primes, |6 )per cypress preferred. Will pay $7 per '
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard and were quietly married at the home of thousand. J. C. Crews. Guilford, cord laid down on our wharf Cooper < v:
spent the past week with family of Lawtey, have moved to the bride' parents,Mr. and Mrs S. Fla. 101tf. & Snellgrove, Starke, 12-31-tf. .
', ak a cold take 666. 2-11 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Starke and are living in the Livingston C. Crews. .Thursday afternoon at 8 *
cottage on West Call street. Mr. o'clock. The bride was dressed-In a CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for FOR KENT-In Wateroak section, 1 '
Kenney and Paul Balsden Shepard is a railroad man, in the employ blue t serge dress and the groom -worea prices and ship your ties of aJ mile! east of lleilbronn Springs 20
jonville, spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Colley- of the Seaboard, and moved hereto blue serge suit. A. Z. Adkins per grades to Gress Manufacturing Co., acre farm, good; buildings and wire
C',A. Baisden. Winter Haven spent Christmas with be nearer his work. formed the ceremony and a large Jacksonville Florida. $-5.20.1yr0 fences. Will rent one year for JU>
his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Col- number of people assembled to wit. j Address J... A. Davis, Talla- '
Ilda Lewis,>of Jasper is ley. Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism ness the marriage. We wish the young FOR SALE-12 acre farm close to hassi' Fla. ,1231.3t

this week in Starke with Neuralgia Sprains 21121G. couple a long and happy life I --
r, Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ? L.. L. King has returne dafter a Mrs. Pink Willis and children, of > -
trip to Duft'alo. N. Y., where he was W. Alderman and family came Graham, have been spending a whil ,
Ilfred H. Phillips nad chil-! called on' account of the fatal illness over Tuesday from Lake Butler and with her brother J. E. Adkins. oI)
last week to join Mr. Phil- of his father. have started housekeeping at the )Mrs\ A. D. Conner and children, of Coca Cola"
is employed at Standard. / .. __ *M. ___ ___ Francis residence on Walnut street lasting, have been spending a while
To prevent a cold take 6C6.; Mr. Alderman will assume his duties here with her mother, Mrs. B. J. Sapp. .
. K. Wilder, of Orlando as clerk of the circuit court on next Prayer meeting was held at the '
e holidays with her parents, The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tuesday.The home of Mr. and Mrs. Pliancy Crews
Mrs.. S. J, Prescott Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Saturday night. A large: crowd Bl.I in bottles ':
r''"' Methodist church. Law EnforcementIs Vanderbilt school enjoyed a tended I now
I? cake, (5 cents a pound, at the subject for January. Christmas tree on the afternoon of Mrs, V. Sapp is on the sick lint this
"k bakery; 11-19-tf, the 23rd inst. The teacher in charge: week. '
:Mr. and .Mrs. E. K. Perryman left Wilbur A. Scott arranged an excel- Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was, a '
bd Mrs. D. W. Moore; of There Tuesday for their home in Sanford lent program and a large crowd came professional caller in our section Sat. 6. at all';
visitors to Starke Thurs- after spending the holidays here with to see Santa Claus and enjoy the festive urday.

relatives.T. occasion. ,, Bill Rivers has been seriously {UI I
for the past' several days but his con.
[!Geneva McCabe and Miss P. Ward, o"f Colon, N. C., was D. B. Warren was in Starke Wednesday

alsden of Jacksonville, spent in Starke Monday. Mr. Ward spent to look after business interests To Cure a Cold In One Day Dealers
_ _ lays with friends in Starke. the holidays with relatives at Brooker. and renew acquaintances. ,, He Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tnl.let.J It ]
has hitherto lived at Fernandina, but tone Cough end He.derhe suit wicks oft the
i '' .old. C'r W CKOVL; (liiiMiuieou: cacti bun Sea
Estelle' Leila Dyal ofrille was on his way to Melbourne, on the
are visiting their cousin, The missionary society of the East'Coast, where he will. make his J 4 -- *. -.
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hel Griffin.FtMnner ; Methodist church will meet Thursday future home( -r r-
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the resi- I

who has been visiting dence of Mrs. C. L.. Peek. :Mrs. Emmett Freeman, of Oak Ir I

p_i, Mrs. Anna Mixon left Tuee-! I Creek, Colo., left Sunday afternoonto 4 -
his home in Gainesville Ga. Harry Merchant, of Gainesville return to her western home after
spent the week-end with Carr Col- spending several weeks with her
;tW. B. Harvard has a guestk ley. Both young men are students moths, Mrs. J. L. Warren. 'Mrs.Frecemun .
Miss Sallie Phoebe McCor- at the University of Florida. I was accompanied as far as ..
[ Live Oak. Jacksonville by her sister Miss Lot '
Miss Lottie Warren, who is one of I tie Warren.
Here's To 1921Let'sMake
t nil !lfrs.( B. W. Hodges off the faculty of the High Springs high I : ..
tile, spent the Christmas hol- school, is spendin+g her vacation. with For Sale-N. C. or Florida Runner ,
1th relatives in Starke. relatives in this section.J. seed peanuts. We offer for prompt

acceptance and cash with order the
W. B. Harvard had air a guest Heenan Williams, one of our N. CJor Florida Runner seed peanutsat It a Good YearThe

>)st ma time her mother, Mrs. progressive: farmers has bought a $1.00 per bushel ((4c per Ib) put up ,
Jolly, of Waldo.. Fordson' tractor to do the work on his in new sacks f. o. b. Lowell, Fla. II.
farm' that a tractor can do. T. Hall Co., Lowell Fla. 12-81-tf
sickly relieves a cold.

New cypress syrup barrels at J. F. Allen Canova one of Starke's young ,e
hum and 90 day '!Iced oats. J. Kickliter's. 12-81-21. men who is making good as a memberof
kilter's. 12$1.2tfurrows the office force of Ballard & Com- , I
Rawson J. ,Davis office managerfor pany Jacksonville spent Christmasin
of the Starke Vulca- Swift & Company at Miami was a Starke. with his parents, Mr. and '
R Works, is visiting South Flor- guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova. !. ,Bank of Starke .extends New Year greeting to .
nts this week.Florence Mrs. J. R. Davis.
', ' one'and all, with the hope that 1921 may b. the best
Prof. R. A. Green, of Brooksville 1_ {
Matthews has as a Auto tops and auto painting. M. spent Christmas! with relative. in
her f year In the history of Starke and Bradford County.
school friend, Miss Alice Leviton Starke. 1119tf. Starke. lie will soon wind up his t.f
lie, of Birmingham Ala. school interests in Brooksville and assume

Vivirette, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman returned they, county judgeship of Brad- i There is really no reason why the New Year should I
Floyd spent several Wednesday from Virginia. Friends ford county to which he has been
i Jacksonville last week visiting will be pleased to know that Mrs. In- elected.Is not be a good one. The country is passing through a
annie Howell. man' health Is much improved.Mrs. .
Starke getting back to first principles .' I period of readjustment, it is true, but this gives no real
Ruby Mae Poppell to A. Z. Adkins children '
went and
returned ? Tuesday night a wild rabbit,
nd this week to attend the Pop home today from Gainesville was killed by an automobile on Cher. : cause for halting, or even faltering, in our business oper

art marriage. where they spent the past week with street, flying squirrels play havoc
ry ations. What we sell will bring less, but what we haveto
Mrs. Adkins' mother. Mrs M. E. Edward in Mr. Truby's corn crib and the other ,]
Anna Mixon and Miss Mil- .. day a man ,came into our office and buy will cost us less. That is about all there is to ,
osby went to Jacksonville to I .
asked what we charge to' fix "wt'fPI
,fiends and relatives Tuesday I the period of readjustment.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson of ens"
'Gainesville returned home Wednesday I ,
jHces will be held at St.. Mark's afternoon after spending Christmas Mrs. B. B. Hopson of Akron, Ohio,
-next Sunday at 11 a. m. No at the home of her father, Col.] is in Starke visiting relatives. She Let us all drive ahead and make it ag ood vear.
service.U. .
W. T. Weeks. was accompanied on the journey by .
eBe viMii Mr. HopHon as far as Macon, Ga. Mrs. I '
D. C. will meet next Wed.afternoon 606 breaks a cold quicker than any HO Ron had to come to Florida to escape i I ..; ,. If you are a customer of {this bank you may expect

/ Jan. Bth, at 3:30, remedy we know. 2-11 the severe climate prevailing In '. the service have had in the If .
residence good past.
{ of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Ohio. She made a short stay in Jacksonville i, same you you .. '

I to Turner's E. L. Crosby of Brooker, was a visitor before coming hero. Her I' are not a customer you are cordially invited to give u/
_ bakery for cream to Starke Tuesday Mr. Crosby many Starke friends have greeted her 't
10, 15 and 20 cent loaves eVe has rented his farm and will go to warmly"and they will be glad; to know-( at least a part of your banking business. '

y' 11.19tf.and Jacksonville to take up his old trades I that she. will remain here three weeks II
a cigar maker. j
[ Mrs. E. M. Davis are spend.e I A gray; woodpecker has taken up his ,
week in
Gainesville and Ar- Mrs. Curtis Buxton of DesMoines quarters in Starke and gone into the
f guests relatives Iowa who visited Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Business of pecking: holes In the elee. j I S -
Utica Snyder, of this city, last spring and trie light poles. Chief Kite has to sc
t several Langford of Lake Butler, made many friends here! died .at her let him be, for while Starke has or. ..
days in Starke with his
home few dinances against everything
Mrs. D. E. a days ago. ellle.1
f Knight. '
there are none against

His Knight spent Mr and :Mrs. George: Marks returned lie does not even come under! the head BANK OF STARKE .
the first of the
in Lake, Butler Sunday afternoon to their of "domestic animal" All the officer -
Hal Maines.itarrh guest of J. E. home in Daytona after spending the can do, Is to tell the bird to "moveon.
weekend with Mrs. Mark's parents I ." ...
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. The Bank of Helpful Service
Can Be Cured J. J. truby Jack Howe and George >
a Ia local Miss) Emma Powell returned Sun- Hornsby have gone to Tituiville for *
I Ly a S.aeaae> l-'condition eretUy InUaoon.tluitnt It- day afternoon to resume teaching in a week's duck shooting: E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. C. WI' I ITE. Cashier
ore" ?"".. COBBtiluUoiml trot. the Baldwin school. Miss Powell spent .1
ken*n4rMninyT padSets through,'.:I the holiday. with her parents Mr. CARD OF THANKSWe
|blood on the MuroO. Surface* of and Mrs. Robert Powell. I -

f ICrtNN5: deett the CATAKAHoya 'ta1re.this method of thankingthe .
fmintetloo of
1-.... glvea! the patient Strength. by MIes.J4ae4m''DiRgsi L[who is.teach lag marry friend: who during 1 ;
..Stag ln doing the general In work health and assists. in Tampa and Miss Ruth Diggs, who thtl'illness'oftoor' dear departed '

_ Circular* fr *. teaches In Palmetto! spent the Christ- one, fend' we assure''t.hem'bat' their ]I
> J. Cb+oey 00.. Toledo. Ohio. mas vacation with their ntRev. tender ministrations highly ,
psr: were ap-
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,JT'', "I ':; 1 : Tailed lo "ecognlza her and 1f.y Is TJrjte Cardigan anal T beard a word about It: If ] -
station imme
;; : uiIJo world .Cirr'ebatdTs; only as strong as I I'I> |Illt j. I
rail connection. tnth the I
;' its weakest link and a log-boom Is a was evidently dazzled when followedby live In Sequoia when I'm at home. 1 never would have taken that two-year 1

(, -J + so we are forced to ship our lumber chsplet of email 10"., linked end to the maid, struggling with two "Of Cardigan's redwoods: she Jaunt around the world. And you say
by water. But some day a railroad '
end by means of short chains; hence suit-cases, she approached him and In questioned. He nodded "I've heardof I this man Colonel Pennlngton and my
will be built In from the outh-from
,,* t"J': when the van-guard of' logs on the pure though alien English Inquiredthe you, I think,5 she continued. "I father have been having trouble
$ The San Francisco and when It comes, the "
{ lip of that flood reached( the log- location of the best hotel and the am Shirley Sumner. "Yes---- Here George Sea Otter
route for It to travel Is through '
.' ,, only boom the Impetus of the charge was hour and point of departure of the "You do not Ihe In Sequoia gracefully unburdened hlum-lf" of i
: our timber In the Sun Hedrtn valley. too great" to be resisted. Straight automobile stage for San nedrin. "No but I'm going to hereafter. I feneiit curse directed at Shlrleyi

r 1 : VALLEY I've accumulated that ten thousand through the wcakcxt link In this boom The youth bad answered her* first I was there about ten years ago." avuncular relative; whereupon that 'J'
for for the railroad
j ( acres you my son the huge saw-logs crashed and out question end was about to answer the He grinned and thrust out a great young lody promptly left the window
will be built In day. ItdoeRlI'
theGIANTS never my over Ilumboldt bar to the broad Pacific. second when George Sea Otter, In all band which she surveyed gravely fora nnd, heard DO more.Continued .
of matter son. You will still be With the ebb tide some of them his barbaric splendor came pussyfooting minute before Inserting hers In It e t e .

i logging there fifty years from now. came bark while others caught In around the corner of the station "I wonder," he said "If It Is to be my
And when the railroad people come to ( Next Week !
x cross-currents, bohhed about the bay In old man Cardigan's regal duty to give you a ride every time you )
yon for a right!: of way my boy giveIt
Sequoia The last time you
all night and finally beached at widely touring-car. come to !
.' to them. Don't charge them a cent scattered points. Out of the 'Of teen The Highest Living! Authority following were there you wheedled me Into giving GRAHAM
It has always been t my policy to encourage -
million feet of logs less than three the gaze of the baggagesmasher you a ride on my pony an
the development of this million were salvaged, and this task turned and behela George known as Midget Do you, by any Graham Dec. 31,-Lacy Reynoldi
Br PETER B. KYNE county and I want you to be a forward Incldent7"She and family, of White Springs
In Itself was an expensive operation. Set Otter. Beyond a doubt he was of chance recall that spent
>looklne, public-spirited citizen. the West westward She noted the at him wonderingly; the holidays herewith his
't Author of John Cardigan. received the news looked '
That's I'm sending Cast to Mr. and Mrs. James
"Cappy Rick*" why yon and rained calmly. He turned from the manager rifle-stock projecting from the scat- -Why-why, you're the boy with the Reynolds.
been born Odell
collegeYou've and walked through his logged- bard and a vision of a stage hold-up beautiful auburn hair" she declared. Abernathy, of Jacksonville,
In this and must see more away has been
i town you over lands, across the little divide !flashed across her mind. Ah, yes, of He lifted his hat and revealed his visiting relatives here this
of the world. Listen to me, IOn.Yoo're week.
and down Into the quarter-section ofgrel'n course-the express messenger's weapon thick thatch In all Its glory "I'm not

{ ofI .. fete only a boy and you can't Understand timber he had told McTavlsb no doubt I And further to clinch so sensitive about it now," be explain Mr. Willis and family have moved
Ooprriitat f KmeSYNOPSIS. I tell but
everything you Dot to cut Once In the Valley of the her Instant assumption that here was eeL "When we first met reference to to Rodman where he is employed

some day understanding will come who to i Giants, he followed a well-worn foot- the Sequoia 'motor-stage, there was iny hair was apt to rile me." He Miss Ruth Smith who has been
I You mustn't fall the people
fj you. path to the little amphitheater and the pennant adorning the wind-shield I shook her Uttie band with cordial teaching a sccessful term of schoolat
work, for you-'Ilo are dependent upon
Bell is home for few
and brains and enterprise where the sunlight filtered through Dismissing the baggage-smasher witha good-nature. "George, suppose you a days.
CHAPTER Pioneer In the California your strength like a halo and fell on a plain little gracious smile, the Highest. Living pile Miss Sumner's hand-baggage In T. W.-Wasdin and family of Wai-
to furnish them with an
C 1 redwood rKlon John Cardigan, at forty OppOI'tunlty
seven, la the leading citizen. of Bequol. for life liberty and the pursuit white marble monument be paused Authority approached George Sea the tonneau and then pile In there dog spent the week-end at the home :
owner of mill, .hlp., sad many acre. of and sat down on the now almost decayed Otter noting, the while, further evidence yourself and keep Marcelle company. of O. W. Dyal. j
of When the boss
timber, a widower after three happiness. you are
year that this car was a public conveyance In front
windfall. Til drive ; and you can sit up Blox Parrish of
N'f married life, and father of wo-day-old of Cardigan's mill you must keep the sugar-pIne Sampson, pent j
Bryce. Cardigan | wheels turning; you must never shut "I've come for a little comfort, for the young man who bad with me. Miss Sumner snug behind Saturday with his brother.

CHAPTER II.-At fourteen Bryce makes down the mill or the. loggingcampsIn sweetheart he murmured to her who been her fellow-passenger WU bead- the wind-shield where you'll not be Dock Milliard of Miami spent the

v the acquaintance of r, a via. dull times just to avoid a loss fan slept beneath the atone. Then he log toward the automobile also. She blown about holidays here with his family.
.i, Itor to Sequoia, and hi* Junior: by a few leaned back redwood tree heard him say: He went through his gears, and the Truby Dyal and sister
I Tear*. Together they vi. Valley of can stand better than your employees"Hi. against a Ruby, spent :
the Olanta, sacred to John and "Uello George yon radiant red on Its journey. "By in Gainesville
Cardlsan old band closed removed his hat and closed his eyes, car glided away Saturday
,Yf i hi* eon ae the burial place. of Bryce's hard trembling recall I'm mighty glad to see you he
he said suddenly as left
O. W. i
holding his great gray head the while the way Dyal Friday for Largo
"OOtLtf, with mutual be ,
eng! part regret. over the boy's, "I want you to abrave
1 and honorable man" be con a little to one side In a listening attI- boy. Shakel"They turned west toward the distant blue where he was called to the bedside of j''

., I F CHAPTER III. I I cluded. tude. Long he sat there, a great shook George Sea Otter'sdark mountains of Trinity county: "how (did( his grandson. .
I L time-bitten the shrine of eyes and white teeth flashing to connect me with Cardi Mr. of Waldo
devotee at you happen Johnson has moved
I True to his word when John Cardigan ,
: .i i' j Throughout the happy years of I finished his logging In his old, his comfort: and presently the. harried pleasurably. Bryce tossed his bag Into gan's red woods". his family here.

1 Bryce's boyhood bla father continuedto to look left his strong kind face the tonneau ; the half-breed opened "I've heard my u ncle. Colonel Seth Ethel and Leo Dyal of Ziff, jnt'

t, I i '; enlarge and Improve Iii lawmlll. original and Bill holdings Henderson's adjacent Squaw Sequoia creek and was replaced( by a little prescient the front door; and the young master Pennlngton speak 'of them. Christmas with their grandparents _

1 I J I smile of bad his foot on the running-board and "Colonel Seth Pennington means Rev
acquire timber he quietly moved south with -the sort smile worn by one B. Dyal and wife of Sampson,
., \;I '. his Squaw creek woods-gang and joined who through bitter years has sought was about to enter the car when a nothing In my young life. I never spent Saturday at the home of 0. W
the purchase of which by Cardigan a I I soft voice spoke at his elbow:
out something very very precious and heard of him before; so I dare say Dyal.
the already getting togs
: r : decade before had caused bli neigh- has at length discovered It "Driver this Is the' stage for he's a newcomer In our county.: I've Bob Jones of Sampson, was a vise
Ji j' In the San Hedrln watershed. Not ,
'I I I ;
bora to Impugn hit Judgment, now nntll them did Bill Henderson realize Sequoia, .Is It not? been away: six: years" be added In ex itor here Thursday 7
; Sea Otter could scarcely
developed strategical Importance. George '
that John Cardigan bad called his IV. planation. Dr. Middleton of
A.I "This Starke was a
credit his
; a result those lands necessary to I auditory nerves.
1, "We're from Michigan. Uncle was '
bluff-whereat he cursed himself for visitor to our burg Saturday.
, solidate his own holdings came to I I a fool and a poor judge of human na It was on the day that John Cardigan formerly In the lumber business there Mr and Mrs T. D. Dyal, of Ziff,
hIm his while his ad- .
.. at own price received the "
telegram Bryce
1 ture. Be bad tried a hold-up game but he's logged out now spent Saturday at the home of 0. W, ;
,'1 verse holdings that blocked the lo&I I i I and bad failed ; a dollar a.thou land saying that following four years at "I see. So tie came west, I suppose Dyal. _

v Sing\ operations of his competitorswent feet stumpage was a fair price; for Princeton and two years of travel 1 and bought a lot of redwood E. J. Murrhee was a business visitor '
from him-also at his price. I I
abroad, he was returning to Sequoia to
years he bad needed the money; andnow lumber cheep from some old croaker to Waldo Friday
In fact, all well-laid plans matured when It was too late he realized take over his redwood heritage-that who never could see any future to the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith Duggar and
with the of
satisfactorily exception I I bis error Luck was with Henderson, he discovered that a stranger and not redwood lumber Industry.. Personally, Hiram Jones-of Sampson spent Sun
?.r and since It has a definite
one very
there the flesh of his flesh and the blood of I don't think be could have made a
:: however for shortly thereafter b' day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H
bearlnt on the story the for
necessity his blood to the reward of .
came again to Sequoia one Colonel was reap better Investment I hope I shall D. Wasdin. ,
Ii' It Is I I
explaining paramount. his of .
fifty endeavor.For
{'. fennlngton, a millionaire white-pine years have the pleasure of making his acquaintance Miss Frances Murrhee
.. Contiguous to Cardigan's loggingoperations lethargic returned on i
( a long time he sat there
when I deliver to him.
.' operator from Michigan. From a you
Friday from Hampton where she has j
to the east and north of withmisery.. Eventually he
i I I chair-warmer on the porch of the Perhaps you may be a neighbor of been the past three weeks. "
and comparatively close In,
Sequoia, roused himself reached for the desk "
Hotel Sequoia! the Colonel had beard mine. Hope so. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Byrd of Winter .
i lay a block of two thousand acres and a button on I
telephone pressed .
.., the tale of how stiff-necked old John At this juncture George Sea < Garden left Thursday for Glen !
of splendid Umber, the natural feasible the office exchange-station.: His manager
Cardigan had called the bluff of equally who had been an Interested listenerto St. Marys.
and Inexpensive outlet for which \
one Thomas Sinclair answered.
stiff-necked Bill Henderson ; so forI U. conversation essayed a grunt
John of Ziff visitorto
when It should be logged was the "Thomas," he said calmly "you Thigpen was a
from the rear seat Instantly te
< Valley of the Giants. For thirtyyears I know of course, that Bryce Is coming our town Saturday.
Sumner's vast her y
Shirley surprise,
Math Wasdin Sun.
was Sampson
John Cardigan had played a home. Tell George to take the !
I host grunted also whereupon George
waiting game with the owner of that I big car and go over to Bed Bluff for day.Mr. )
Sea Otter broke Into a series of
,J I timber, for the latter was as fully : him." and Mrs. Tom Osteen of UrooTc-
and guttural exclamations
1 obsessed with the belief that he was George Sea Otter son of Bryce grunts er, spent the week-end with their

; going to sell It to John Cardigan at a Cardigan's old half-breed nurse, was which evidently appeared quite Intelligible daughter, Mrs John Surrency.
to her host for be slowed
I dollar and a half per thousand feet a person In whose nature struggledthe Mr and Mrs J. D. Kirk of Jack.
down to five miles an hour and cocked
1 stumpage as Cardigan was certain he white's predilection for advertisement I sonville, spent the week-end with her ._
2Id going to buy It for a dollar a and civic pride and the red one ear to the rear; apparently he parents Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Seville .

I 1'' ousand-when he should be ready man's Instinct for adornment Forthreeyears was profoundly Interested In whatever Messrs. Frank and Bob Jones, of '
Information his henchman bad
I to do so and not one second sooner, I he had been old man to Im Sampson were visitors here Sunday
i eventually the time for acquiring Cardigan's chauffeur and man-of-all- part. When George Sea Otter finished

I\ more timber arrived John Cardigan, work about the letter's old-fashioned his harangue, Bryce nodded and once No Worms la a Healthy Child

meeting his neighbor on the street, 1 1I home and In the former capacity be more gave his attention to tossing the All children troubled with Wormi have an unhealthy
miles behind him
accosted him thus : drove John Cardigan's single evidenceof color,which Indicates poor blood,and ai a
"Look here, Bill. Isn't It time we extravagancNapier car which "What language was that?" Shirley.Sumner rule, there la more. or lees nomach dimurbaoctGROVE'S .
j/f' I i cot together on that timber of your" was very Justly regarded by George This Is the Stage for Sequoia la Inquired consumed with for two or three weeks will enrich the blood
You know )ou've been holding It to Sea Otter as the king of automobiles, "* curiosity. un prove the digestion,and act asaoeneralStKotib-. '
I ..+r block ule and force me to buy at your since It was the only Imported car In It Not? I "PlKger Indian. be I't"plled."Genr"fI'l suing Tonic to the whole.,_\11. Nature will thm .
throw off or dispel the worm,end the Child will be
I'' figure I'll give you a dollar a thousand the county. Upon receipt of orders, ear!" be demanded bluntly _tha mother was my nurse and la perfect. health. Pleasant to zeta 7Sc per boas

i . stumpage (or your timber, lUll therefore from Sinclair to drive the Sequoia stage! Take a look lady. I he nut.. I grew up together. So.

"I want a dollar and a half." Napier over to Red Bluff and meet This here's a Napier imported automobile can't very well help speaking the language Why Mr. Joe Armstrong Celebrated

I 'Y' "A dollar Is my absolute limit his. future boss and one-time play It's a private car and belongs of the tribe." Dog Trainer Uses Rat Snap ,

x:. "Then I'll keep my timber." I fellow George Sea Otter arrayed him to my boss here. They chattered volubly on many "Noticed rats around my kennels, j

I "And I'll keep my money When aI self In a pair of new black corduroy Bryce turned and !lfteo-hui hat subjects for the first twenty miles ; having hundreds of prize dogs, could ,

t\ ; I finish logging In my present holdIngs I trousers, yellow button shoes a blue "Quite naturally 'you thought It was then the road narrowed and commenced not take chances Tried RAT SNAP;

,Ii '1 ( I'm going/ to pull out of that woolen shirt with a large scarlet silk the Sequoln stage." He turned a to climb steadily and thereafter in three weeks every rat disappeared.'

t country and log twenty miles south handkerchief' tied around the neck a smoldering glance upon George Sea Bryce gave all of his attentionto Noticed that the dogs never went near

,' of Sequoia. Heuiernber. mil, the man pair of beaded buckskin gloves with Otter. "George," be declared ominously the car for a deviation of a foot RAT SNAP. I tell my friends about

1 :": ..., who buys your timber will have to log fringe dependent from the gauntlet I but with a sly wink that drew from the wheel-rut on the' outside of RAT SNAP." Use this sure rodent

\';" 'S It through my land-and I'm not goIng and a broad white beaver hat with a the sting from his words, "If you're the road would have sent them hurtling exterminator it's safe Comes in cake }

I... 1 ty -i:; to log that quarter-section In the; .. rattlesnake-skin band. Across' the =j anxious to hold down your job the over the !grade Into the deep- form. 3 sides, 35c 65c, $1.25. Sold

St 'f.! valley Hence there will be no outlet \- Dlnna See How I'm to Keep the windshield of the Napier be fastened next Ume a lady speaks to you and timbered canyons below. By reason of and guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Starke

'.,c' ," for your timber In back Mill Runnln'I" an orange-colored pennant bearingIn asks you a simple question, you answer the fact that Bryce's gaze never
y "Not going to log Itt Why what bright green letters the legend : yes or no and refrain from sarcastic wavered from the road ImmediatelyIn A TONIC

//.i are you going to do with. "" the next; few weeks the Colonel, under !MY CITY-SEQUOIA. As a lofet,. remarks. Don't let ;roar .f'D- front of the car. .he bad a chanceto

.:. "I'm Just going to let It stay there pretense of going hunting or ashing first precaution against man and thuslasm for this car run away with appraise him critically while pretending Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restoreEnergy

until I die. When my will Is filed for on Squaw creek managed to make a beast. en route, he buckled a gun- yon." He faced the girl again "Was to look past him to the and Vitality by Purifying and

i probate your curiosity will be satisfied fairly accurate cursory cruise of the Icabbard to the spare tires on the It your Intention to go to Sequoia on tumbled snow-covered ranges to their Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu '

s. ; I' -Imt not until then. Better take Henderson timber-following which running-board and slipped a rifle into the next trip of the stager rlptit. strengthening Invigorating& effect see how

F u a dollar, lUll It's a good fair price, he purchased It from the delighted the scabbard within quick and easy She nodded. She law a big,. supple powerful it brings color to the cheeks and bow

\ 5 u the market on redwood timber .Is BUI for a dollar and a quarter per reach of his hand ; and arrayed thus "That means you will have to wait man of twenty-five or six. with the It Improves the appetite, you will theo

now and you'll be making an even thousand feet stumpage George descended upon Red Bluff at here three days until the atage returns hearing and general demeanor of one appreciate Its true tonic value.

j. i i hundred per rent on :your Investment the helm of the king of automobiles. from Sequoia Bryce replied.. many years his elder Ills nose was Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply '

I j' s iwuuejnber, BUI. If I don't buy your No man Is infallible and In\ planning When tho overland train coasted A shade of annoyance passed over high of medium thickness and just a Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So

f .... timber youll never log It yourself I his logging operations In the Ran Into Red Bluff and slid to a grinding the classic: features of the Highest trifle long-the none of a thinker pleasant even children like It. The blood :

I i.::1 ; and neither will anybody else. You'll Iledrln watershed John Cardigan bait Bryce Cardigan saw that the LMn Authorltv. "Oh. dear." atwcomplained. ills earn .were large, with full lobes- needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to +

be stuck with It for the next forty presently made the discovery that he Highest Living Authority bad descended Jiow. fearfully awkward I the ears of generous man. The Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and

l years-and taxes aren't getting any had erred In judgment. That season from the train also He bad Now I shall have to take the next mouth, full-lipped but firm, the heavy Grip germs by iu Strengthening! Invi *-

:' I lower from May to November his woodscrew elected to designate her thus In the train to San Francisco and book passage jaw and square chin the great hands sung Effect 7Se.SOUTflS'TURNING'.

"HI bang on a little longer. I put thirty million feet CJf loge absence of any Information anent her on the steamer to Sequoia-and (most amazingly free from freckles) _

I , think." Into the San Iledrln river, while the Christian and family names, and for Uarcelle Is such a poor sailor Oh. denoted the man who would not avoida

I "I think so, too" John Cardigan re mill sawed on a reserve supply of logs the further reason that quite obviously dear l"Bryce! fight worth while.

\, I plied. And that night as was his taken from the last of the old! chop- she was a very superior person. bad an Inspiration and hastened Upon their arrival at the rest-house" ,

q I wont, even though he realized that It pines adjacent to Squaw creek. That Bryce could see that she was the to reveal, 1 It. Bryce during dinner was very attentive

. t 1 was not possible for Bryce to gain a year however, the rainfall In the Sao little daughter of some large rich "We are about to start for Sequoia and mildly amusing although AGAINST CALOMH

profound understanding of the business Iledrln country was fifty per cent man. :The sparslty of Jewelry and now, although the lateness of our start Shirley's keen wits assured her that

y problems to which he was heir. John 1 less than normal and by the Brat of the rich simplicity of her attire proved will compel us to put np tonight at this was merely a clever pose and _

$ ,tk", Cardigan discussed, the Squaw creek" May of the following year Cardigan's that, and moreover she was accompanied the rest-house-on the south fork of sustained with difficulty. She was Tone"

k ; ,' timber with hi. son relating to him woods-crew had succeeded In (driving by: a French maid to whom Trinity river and continue the journey: confirmed In this assumption when Mr. Dodion. the "Liver

a j r, the detail. of his conversation with slightly leas than half of the cut of she spoke In Frencb In a manner In the morning. However this rest- after dinner she complained of being Man, Responsible for Change

, f the owner. the preceding year to the boom on which testified that before acquiringthe house hi eminently respectable and weary and bade him good-night She for the Better.

>. Bryce pondered "But Isn't It tidewater at the mouth of the river. French maid she bad been In the the food and .accommodations are extraordinarily had scarcely left him when be called :

cheaper to give him his price on Squaw "Unless the Lord'll gT us a lot more custody of a French nurse. She peesesaed good for mountains ; so.If "George

I, creek: Umber than go logging.: In the water In the river" the woods-boss poise. For the rest she bad an Invitation to occupy the tonnean Tbebalf.breed slid out of the darkness Every drugglat In town has noticed eg
\ San Iledrln and have to build twenty McTnvlsn complained "1 dlnna see wonderful jet-black hair 'violet eyes, of my car will not be construed as and sat down beside him. A eat falling off In the sale of calomelt :

w miles of logging railroad to get your bow I'm to keep the mill nmnln'." and milk-white skin a correct oosa an Impertinence coining as It does moment later, through the open They aU give the same reason. Vadw

f logs to the mill r He was taking John Cardigan up the but a somewhat generous mouth. from a total stranger you are at window of her room just above the Liver Tone Is taking Its' pUce. knee
r r "It would be son. If I had to build river bank and explaining the situa Bryce guessed she was twenty or. Jlberty to regard this ear ss to all porch where Bryce and George Sea It."Calomel" Codaon's Is dangerous Liver Tone and U proo*0

s the railroad. Fortunately I do not. tion. "The heavy butt-logs hue sunkto twenty-one years old and that she bada Intents and purposes the public conveyance Otter sat Shirley beard the former I guaranteed by every drugget "bo ..III,

ril just shoot the logs down the hillside the bottom," be continued. "Wle a temper susceptible of being aroused. ,,'hlcb.o scandalously. declined say : It. A large bottle doesn't coot very curb.

to the San nedrin river and normal head o' water the lada'll move The fact that this remarkable to wait for you this morning. "George when did you first notice I But If It falls to give easy relief In a i"*'.

drive them Oown,the stream to a loge them but wT the drapple we have the young woman had( also left the train She looked at him searcblngly fora that my father's sight was beginning ca.. of liver sluggishness and cook!UI

I boom on tidewater. nee-" He threw up his bamllke at Red Bluff further Interested him, brief Instant ; then with a peculiarly to fail r"About tlon. Just ask for your money 'i. to

Bryce looked at his father admiringly. hands despairingly.- for he knew Red Bluff and while giving 'winning smile and a graceful Inclina two years ago Bryce. He Dodson'B Liver Ton is remedy a P barm'1
"I guess Dan Keyes Is rIght Three days later cloud-burst filled credit to the many: lovely damselsof tion' of her bead she thanked him began to walk with his hands held less tasting to both purely chlldrea and ..dultt.r..lt1 ,

7 i'* V Dad" he sold "Dan says you're the river to the brim ; It came at night that little ambitious city. Bryce and accepted his hospitality-thus: out In front of him and sometimes a spoonful at night and \J

.r J ",, crasy-like a fox. Now I know why: and swept the river clean of Cardl- had a suspicion that no former Red I "Why. certainly not I You are sexy he lined Ms feet too high" feel DO biliousness, sick headacheacjt'

you've been picking up claims In the gan's clear logs. An army of Juggernauts Bluff Fir! would dare to Invade the kind and I shall bet eternally: grate- "Can he see at all now, George stomach orgripe constipated be."'. all|1 1doesnt '

, t'l, Ban Uedrln watershed." they swept down on the old home town with a French maid fill. "011. yes, a little bit-enough to or cause IDcon".nlnc.e calumet ; .'
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..,. "No, you don't, Bryce. I've nevertold boiling torrent to tidewater, reaching He noted, as further evidence of the I I "Thank you for that vote of confi make his way to the office and back I the next day like violent today and tumortvM
the bay shortly after the tide badcommented correctness of his assumption, that dance It makes feel I "Poor old a dose of calomel aaaeatad. .
you but Til tell you now the me that have ,governor I George until will feel weak, sick and

.., : --.00. Ilumboldt county has no to-ebb.- the jouthful?.baggage-smasher at the your permission to Introduce myself. this afternoon. I hadn't Dont you lose a day.

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fore she could recover from her surprise -,, were waiting, firing: several shots after WOOLA] WN Colds Cause '" .
she had been bitten below the the men, one bullet taking effectin Urip and Influenza .J

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs.Live knee. The dog first seized the lady I the back of the car The men rushed Woodlawn, Dec 31.-Christmas services LAXATIVE Thrre BROMO!. QUININE T.blrt. _the \ .
auto :
only one 'Broma Quinine. <0
----------- by her left arm but her heavy coat Hames, Sr., west on the Delanc were held at Heilbronn church C.W.GROVES signs.....aa eel sea t
m gj-sj-yg s>ay J yw rww -------------1 saved her from injury, the beast evidently I road followed by deputy sheriffs and Saturday. A short program was ren I tt.1;>1 1I .

New having aimed at her throat. police officers on motorcycles, the officers dered by the children and a sermon I
State ) The dog's head was sent to the state I losing the trail of the cars west by Rev. D. L. Phillips, after which KAI10UORaifoid I

,. board of health and the board immed- of DeLand. The men took Hames toa dinner was served on the ground toa I t.
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|< C------.. --- . .-------mmmm-mm iately sent treatment for the lady between and v
a ,, point DeLeon Springs! large crowd. i I Dec 31.-Mrs. W. II. An-

Told by Our Exchanges. which counteracts the poison and Barberville, where they are allege Misses Lois : ';onnan and Beatrice drewi and Son, John Arthur, returned ,

----I" renders the system immune from ra to have tied him to a log and beaten Phillips were vUfting in l.awtry Sun- home Monday afternoon after spending ',,:'0i
------- bies. The board of health advised him with after hit-
severely straps, day afternoon. i a few days in Ocala.

E Burglars robbed the Millsap Cloth- follow is unusually attractive. that the dog was .in the last stage ofrabi..II. ting him in the head with the butt Mrs Maggie Browning and children Mr. and Mrs. W I. Roberts were
.. end of their There they left visitors to
Company of Plant City of about guns. spent Christmas with her father Worthington Springs: last
00 worth of clothing and other Countless bales of cotton afloat in him. Later he managed to reach the in the Wateroak section. week-end.

Idea last night, according to the the gulf were reported by the captainof A wave of crime seems to have resulted main road where he was picked up O. J. Phillips, of Miami, spent Maude Farnell, of Providence, was

nager. the fishing smack Louise Harper, from the visit of the Rhoda and returned to Daytona Beach. Feeling Christmas with his parent, Mr and the week-end guest! of Mr. and Mrs

who brought a bale to Pensacola this Royal circus wherever. the aggregation : was running high by this time and Mrs 1). L. Phillips, returning to MIami J. C, Jones.Mr. ..
ov. Catts ha;received'and accept- morning and made a formal report to has exhibited in this county. The eight deputies arriving from DeLand Sunday and Mrs. Walter M. Graham

t the resignation of Sidney J. Calls, the custom house. The bale had a label night of the performance several robberies at the call of Marshal Young:, rushed Miss Debbie Phillips wa* a visitorto of Jacksonville, were week-end ,

o as adjutant general of the state attached and was turned over the were perpetrated. in Gainesville Hames to the county jail at DeLand, Starke Monday of their I>artntaIr.: und :Mrs.guest A. D.
Florida, effective at midnight ofuarl the collector of customs. It seems to while after the show visited Trenton where he is reposing: for safe keeping, Ed Davis and family, of Johnstown Andrews.,
have been originally shipped from robberies were reported for miles in the officers fearing that a lynching of: ,
S, 1921. spent Christmas here with his sister, Mr. and !Mrs., E. J. Tyson/ left Fri.
Cuero, Texas.Carnivals the vicinity of that little town. And the man would result by his being returned Mrs. J, B. Browning. day for Jacksonville
where will
section has the from hei'. The boy Grady was rushed .
lona-Fort Myers now comes, report Ncwberry
i e It. II. firrrn:" of Jacksonville spend u few days t
ped fifteen carloads of peppers are to be barred from St. that last Wednesday night, the occasion to the hospital, although no hopo Christmas spent I.
From three acres at lo- of Rhoda Royal's performancein was held out for his recovery. lie here with his parents, Mr. Wilmn Andrews, of Jacksonville, Is 'f
season. Petersburg: this season and every sea- and Mrs. Arthur
Uroen.MesdAmeg the of her .
700 crates of peppers were picked son as long as Noel A. Mitchell is that town, S. A. Dixon, merchant, died at 7:20 without having: regained guest grandparents, Mr. ,
J. SI. and 3. S. Norman and :Mra. A. 11 Andrews.
[ 'pickings..Jarlon Bros waa "doped" and robbed of $200 on consciousness. It was stated that several -
[two mayor. lIe closed up the Miller
were shopping in Starke Curl
here when told the show grounds, while the safe of of the party of assailants are Saturday. Andrt'waturm'd home Sun-
"carnival" he flatly
known beach Arthur Sapp, of Miami, and !Misses county citrus fruits are top- the show people that no raffle or Mayor W. R. Chevcs was robbed of well at the and that sensational Eva
Futch and
Myrtle of Law- in Jacksonville.Mr.
New York Mon- developments be expected. Sapp, .
market. In about $60.Drivers. may
pg-tho of chance would be allowed
game ley, were visitors here Mrs e
from the Several suspects are expected to Sunday.Mr. and W. W. Farnell and
y, Blshop-Hoyt oranges the grounds. The show quit, claiming: and Mrs Frank Crawford of lion Jr. of New
and Wartmann groves at Cit- be arrested soon. The spokesman of Smyrna, are V ,
sby it would not be able to meet expenses of a truck load of contra- Jacksonville, visiting their tho of Mr and
" sold for as high at $14.26 a box the party, when they attacked Hames are daughter guests Mrs. J. C. Jones
I averaged $8. without the games. band liquor at Ft. Pierce Sunday night in his apartment, is alleged: to have Mrs. T. C, Williams. Joe llendricks spent the weekendin

got in an awful hurry for same rea- jJatod his name was Anderson and --. Jacksonville .
The closed has been theost ;" During: the past few days- .""very son or other. Early morning pedestrians i" that he was a Jacksonville lawyer ImAInUlU Ilorlfce Jacobs, of South Carolina,
year just large wolf has been slain in the northern Monday found line of broken U .
in the history of a Several of the men were strangers to the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
d mar.prosperous The. sales of land haven part of Santa Rosa county, a bottles and smashed cases extending any who saw them. Hames refused to Bradford, D -c. 31.-Mrs. Ara Crawford Jones,

more than 400 per cent greater young man named Parker bringingthe from Orange avenue out two or three talk to the press at the DeLand Jail! of Starke Is visiting friends in Mr. and Mrs. Ti<1wl'Iof\ Alabama, ",'.
destructive animal to his doom. miles the White road.,Whether section.
1920 than in 1919 or 1918. on City this morning our are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
The wolf has been ranging in the there was 8 chase by would-be Mabry Harrcll. of Jacksonville, is Whitton. 4

.. shipment of lettuce from Pal- county for more than eight years and highwaymen o"r whether the drivers spending the holidays with his parents Dora Tyson is visiting: in Jacksonville 1
jstto started out in earnest this weekit is said to have been known to crossover were just "tooting it up" for the fun FARMEJTBROWNWell Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell.Mr. this week. .

it was expected that eighty or into Escambia county. Sheep of the thing is not known to the public = ., and Mrs. Qlen Scarborough, of Mr. and Mr. S. II. Denmark are

ore cars would have rolled by Sat- and hog raisers are said to have lost but the rumor that a good portion I Jacksonville, spent the weekend with moving Into the Denmark cottage

day night, but the price dropped upward of $10,000' worth of stock by o fthe cargo was finally stolen might Christmas is over and I'm all the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs C. Mrs. Charlie Douglass: of Alachua,
denly, slowing up the shipments. his activities Indicate that the former wa,.the case. swelled up like a pizen!!: pup. We sure M. Andreu. was in town Wednesday.
Anyway, whiskey to the vauTe of several I had a surprise. I told Santa we did Mrs. W. M. Harrell visited relativesat
Mildred Kicklitrr
of Jacksonville
|*:A spectacular fire occurred at Pa- The government has put the hos- hundred dollars was spilled when not need anything as We were fixed, Fort White last week. I sthc of her Mr. and,
a City Monday morning when the pital at Lake City into operation. It the cases slipped from the loaded vehicle but seems that he did not pay much Vernon Rodgers Is visiting relativesIn Mrs. Kickliter guest: parents, ..

ooner Ronald caught fire and burnto will be remembered that the government I and smashed on the hard road- attention; mcbby didn't get the pa- Jacksonville.
the waters edge. It burned at the close of the world war, bed. Eleven cases altogether are reported per. Anyhow, as Samantha and I sot : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards spent Mr and Mrs. George Perry of (;t'or-

st of the day and the masts did needing extensive hospital equipment tto have smashed on the peacefully before the fire one eveningIn : I the week-end with relatives at Ual- gin, were the week-end guests of Mr. I
sick ground and for a day or two there of Cy Perkins boys with and Mrs W. II. Raiford.
drop for six or seven hours. The for the proper care of the men, comes one I ford.Ruby
taro and crew escaped. and wounded in the service, acquiredby was a sweetness pervading the at- a note but as I could not see to readIt Edwards, who has been attending Herbert Hitch, af Starke, was in

purchase, the former Columbia mosphere of the highway. Samantha got my specs and this is school jn Palmetto, Is spending town Sunday.U .

Jr. J. B. Knott, escaped murderer, College property in Lake City and what it said: the holidays with her parents, I. Taylor, of Jacksonville, was In

ring a life sentence in the peniten- proceeded to adapt the buildings, for- Sheriff Whitaker and deputies of Mr. John Brown and Lady.. You are Mr. and Mrs T .11. Edwurds. town Tuesday

of Alabama, was arrested in ly used for educational purposes, to Escambia county, flushed a covey ofmoonshiners Invited to come over to our house on A chicken pilau was enjoyed at the Mr. Steptoe, of Worthington: was

ando today by police, just as he the needs of a hospital. out Myrtle Grove way Christmas night Dec. 25th, at 2 I home of Mr. and Mr.. J. V. Edwardsby : In town-Monday.----..

i preparing: to board the afternoon and came near being hurt in their o'clock (or previous p. m. afternoon) a large crowd Thursday night.

kin for Jacksonville. Two boys of Dade City found a yel- manhunt, for the trio of alleged shine I to eat Christmas dinner with u. Mr. Mrs. O. W. Barry and children spent Habitual 14 Constipation toll: DayLAXFOS *curedIn

low jackets nest in the woods just be- makers resented the destruction of and Mrs. Cy Perkins the week-end with relatives,at High -
|37 refrigerator: boxes of atrawber- yond their home on the St. Joseph their "buck," the demolition of their i There, Samantha, what do you thinkof Springs. Syrup Tonlo"'xa( for speciallyprepared Habitual

have been schipped from' Plant road.. They killed the Insects with bi- apparatus and the confiscation of the ; that? Soeber Edwards returned Sunday Constipation. It relieves promptly but

since Monday, a total of 10,324 sulphide of carbon and then dug out 200 gallon copper still and about sixty Read that about the invite. Who is from a visit with relatives in Palmvt- should be taken regularly for 14 to SI days

rte During: this time prices rang- the nest. It was two or three inches feet of copper piping, which the officers invited T to. .., to I Induce reguleraction. It Stimulates and

om 48 to 55 cent. Thursday, 55 I below the surface with a clear space ran up on. The plant appearedto Why, John Brown and lady. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards and Regulate Very Pleasant to Tail. goo

was the highest price paid and between the earth and top of the nest. have been in operation getting: a Whose lady Willard Raborn motored to Hampton tier/ bottle.

ents the lowest. After digging all around it and cut- stock of Christmas liquor ready, on Why, you dunce, it's you, of course. Sunday -
ting many tree roots that ran through: which the operators had evidently Intended Hain't you got any eddiratlonT Mr and Mrs. C. W Edwards and Mr. Fred White Say, "Don't Idle Be-

he Wauchula truckers are reap- it the boys lifted it out. It measured making a "killing" during the My name ain't lady.It little daughter\ Corcne, were guests rauMe You Only See One Rat"

.another rich harvest. From seven three and a half feet in diameter and holiday season, for there were six don't say lady; it's lady, you, my Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rlmvs, "I did pretty soon I found my cellar
line hundred crates of vegetables was over a foot in thickness. barrels already for the customers.The wife. See of Dukes. full. They ate .my potatoes. After

[leaving here daily and the grow- approach of the officers, however, Oh, I thought you said lady. Clarence Seaffof Worthington, was trying RAT SNAP I got /5 dead rats.

.find ready sale for them at the Following a notice that if he did became known and the alleged operators Well, what do you say? In this section Sunday. The rest later. They pass up the potatoes -

ping platform* Egg anfts !tare not close his business and leave Jacksonville left in a hurry. In taking their Well, boy, you can tell your ma ---.. to cat RAT SNAP." If there

;ing $3.50, peppers $3, beans $3, before 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon hurried departure they endeavored to we all will be there with both feet and : Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDrtHUlInU are rats around your place follow

bore $3.75, okra $3 and squash he would be dealt with accordingly wreak some damage on the persons of we're excrushently well pleased to rrfund rmmry If PAZOOINTMENT.H I Mr. White's example. Three sizes,
Benj. Loeffler, proprietor of their disturbers and opened fire with lost,. luihlnl. :19ls..llns, nr Protruding fairs :.Ilic, CGc, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed
liuimnlly tmk-vui Itching I'llm.' and yuu <-an >>
the Fifth Avenue gown shop, on one gun: and pistol on the officer. Possibly come.Well, we went-went real early, : MHO ntnr Ik ttnrt\ evullunum. Prier jnwthil by D. C. Jones, Starke.

ester Logan, who confessed tore of the principal downtown streets, I twenty-five shots were exchanged in and such a dinner we sot down to. We

in Lyerly, Ga., that he killed left for New York, obeying: the imys- I all but the officers never did get near had a nice young: pig: roasted whole

Doerler in Tarpon Springs five terious; instructions. A "closed" sign enough to the thine makers to identify with an ear of corn in his mouth and

ago and to having: robbed the hung on the door shortly after noon. I them. standing straight his four legs,
.\ office and express office in Ozona I Loeffler owns a similar business in a big: chicken roasted and resting: on Kill That Cold With

that time, was landed safely in I Newport R. I. Several days ago he One of the most exciting acts of his back with his head cut off, mince

ounty jail at Clearwater Sunday : was kidnapped from the store here by the Rhoda Royal Shows at Perry was pie, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, 'Ll. '
masked and taken to the outskirts .
ning. men -
down the and happened < +
not on program: chicken pilau, rice pudding.
1 of the city and severely beaten. far from the white tops and the
Well all sot. Cy cut the pig
Sallie Meeks aged lady of No known for the action. we
rs. an : cause was crowd of About noon
large spectators.
and chicken and helped us all to abig
Bon, died Thursday afternoon at i one of the wolves in the side show.,rot; (
| home of Frank Faircloth afteral Ability of the big: sharks that haunt out of its cage and when first noticedit piece. Then they began but to pass CASCAtA.a QUININE
around the other stuff my plate
hours of intense suffering the deep water off the Gulf Coast to out of the north entranceto
was going
was full already so I told Cy to ring .
burns. Mrs. Meeks had a firee swallow animals and objects of large
fair grounds and didn't take AND
stove when .she that size is almost day the off for a spell, which he did, and thenwe Co.d.O
got up being proven every time to stop for a return ticket. Chase I'm Coigns OM\O La Grippe .
work. Well gladdidn't
all went to ,
ing, and when found she was at the plant of the Ocean Leather Co., was immediately given, the wolf lead- for
across the stove with her cloth- on Sanibel Island. Sharks rangingup I have any larger capacity
ing the way to Burton-Swartz mill. I never slept a bit that night: nor Sa- Neglected Colds are DangerousTake :
nearly burned off her body: to a length of twenty-five feet or around
n in the There the chase continued the mantha either. Don't pears as tho no chance lisp this standard remedy handy for the Am .n.....
more are being caught: company's -
the wolf finally legging -
mill and houses
urnishing his home with electricr big deep nets and investigation : it toward,town again and out I should want anything to eat for Breeks up a cold In 24 hours- Relieve.
: : quite a spell or longer. Grippe In S days-Eieellent for Headache
by the harnessing of an artes- of the interior of these sharks Dr. Gardner
Dixie Highway.
ell is what J. II. Parris is doing often results in surprising finds. A the in his car and several Well, we made that pig: and chicken Quinine In this form does not affect the head-Cascara I t. beet TonicL.ndv.No
his home near Fellsmere. Mr. few days ago a huge shark capturedIn happened along and the and such look as though we'd been Opiate In 11I'..
of the show people piled on
there and I felt so, too.
Is is installing an overshot wheel one of the heavy nets several miles
"" race began in earnest. Out the highway Finally Cy took pity on me and led ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
[(With this expects to run a dynamo out in th "kulf, was cut open at thecompany's went the wolf and pursuers and
rating sufficient power to light: plant and a whole deer was me very gently to the fire place, gave
when the wolf was ,. a cow-
(arm and furnish power for other found, the carcass not yet having been the running me his big chair and a corn cob pipe
who riding on
boy was
needed and I felt I was more than fixed, and
see as on an up-to-date digested.
Wolf the tail
board grabbed: Mr. by so was Samantha.Well .
swinging: : It onto the running board. drifted to
the talk finally
Arrested the released ,
by sheriff
The fastened a whip lash he -- --- --------
ns for the inauguration of Gov. captured by citizens, tarred and around the wolf's neck Starke. He'd been down there that
dee at Tallahassee was carrying morning and heard Snyder mention to
are being corn feathered, released and rearrested
First it
ed and it seems that. the occasion again and lodged in Jail-these were and then the scrap began.: I a man that the year was about up, NIC.JIlLIB.TUBES
then it the cow
the wolf and was
was he had
ping to attract en unusually large the kaleidoscopic high lights crowded soon would be 1921, and as
the running board and on
er of visitors from all the boy, over not paid anything on his bill fur sometime
over into four hours of life for Jose Fuyla,
of hood but the cowboy stay
A record breaking: crowd ispg have been top the or longer thought he better take ''
a Spaniard, who is said to ed with the beast and it was at last FlTbVERSIZECASINGS
prepared for by Tallahassee guilty of indecent exposure and of insulting in shew It all up, for it was beginning: : to wear .
in the the
pie and the program for the inaug- some young girls in Plant placed safely cage hands lac- whiskers all over it. And the man t i'
ion and the festivities which will Park Friday. Following his second tent. The cowboy's were said. Yes, that's si e, everybody oughtto
and bledpro
erated in places
many their bills at least once a year,
arrest near the Tribune office, Fulyawas
lodged in the police station where fusely. The chase was an exciting but his year was not quite up yet.He'd f:...
ASPIRIN one, in which people in cars, peopleon '
and It next 'tater harvest Michelin Tubes 1'luufalieia
several hundred people passed in and bicycles. try pay are
horseback and boys on '
out during the afternoon hours to view sure. Going to put in as much full size in ero"- l; 'll M

the odd spectacle which he presentedin joined. as an acre if he could get the vines. section and are r ,i t ti

ie "Bayer" on Genuine his cell. Later Fulya was provided Yes, said Snyder, but that won't therefore not d-M, } '
with a quantity of gasoline with Grady names, 19, of Daytona Beach buy goods: on the market. We've got stretched thin under 5" w

which he removed the evidence .f died Monday morning at .a hospital, to have our money now, or sooner. Inflation. This"p r'Z

Glr his punishment. while his father, Arthur Hames, is in He said it rocjlum firm, if not moreso advantage la especially ?1
the county jail at DeLand for safekeeping and the man kinder squirmed and Important y +t{'; j

Thursday afternoon, as Mrs. J. M. following an attack on the said, Yes, I spose so. Then Snyderhad when buying. tubes "; ?
Southard, of Bronson, was passing the latter at the flames apartment in the to wait on another customer and for Cord tires, it tr:'

courthouse on her way up town, she Ohio house Sunday evening by eight the feller slipped out.I all "oversice. 'f, "h'y
be- unknown assailants. Grady wall shot hope that feller don't get any FI 9 ',tl
was attacked by a strange dog: and '
r,, three times In a scuffle in which he Christmas dinner or any dinner until SMITHS GARAGE'r

Ir1Srningl IZIIDI attempted to protect his father from he pays that bill. Ill bet the cuss Starke. Fla. ': ,j1 C:

the men, who it is said told him they owes bills all over town and will pay

COFFINS & CASKETSAnd had come to lynch him for alleged when he grows a crop of 'taters or

Full Line of misconduct in his own home. Eight: gets a few coon hides or something. ]

& } Unless yen see the aims a men, unmasked, presented themselvesat .r Snyder will get mad at that kind of
OQ &ck&f1'8' or 00 tabl.et8 you'SupplidAUTOMOBILE the beach apartment at 10:30 Sun- chap pretty soon and won't speak i

Dot by get :lag genuine -'A lpirin pre day evening: and told Hames that to them, never, no never. Everyone

&lid pby.icilLM' for ttY-Gle HEARSE they were there to lynch him for not I should see that his accounts are alt ,
proved **'. bf million Take Always on hand. The best service their warning of earlier in I with
rip aJy .. told iD the paid up at the end of the year,
for' (kids Heulacbe, Bayer Neuralgl.padr. at the lowest prices. Spe- the week, when the same men are the cash or a poor note-that will be RediKtion In Prices I You will make a mistake
atlem, -:___ TootLscke Lum-. cial attention to telegraph or said to have taken Hames to a point better than nothing. Big U you order your fertill

&< for T sdo. Mandy tin boxes or ers. Registered Embalmer. west of Ormond. In the struggle: "with You know DeWitt C. Jones! hardware zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof

1e r abIM I Aspirin coM afew. the men, his son, Grady, who was store don't rive hut ::10< days Material prompt shipment. Order now. fertilizers: Insecticides -
aspirin in.Ie aleoo ...U Jarger DeWTIT C. JONES present, was shot three times by one I credit, but some folks thing 30 days Supplies.
liahwif.r.the trade mark01 of the men and left to die. The daughter Is anytime when it Is convenient to Sprayers, Poultry
of MODdaoMieacld- STARKE FLA.KJjUV ,
.f F alicytiaackt, rushed out after the men who took themselves, or when they raise a good E. O. I'AINTEK FERTILIZER CO.

her father. in one of their ears, which crop of 'taters. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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