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 16, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1879.JLUME Subscription r Year, $2.00; s-is Months, $1.00.-Payable in Advance' '
E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor

FORTY-THREE STARKB, FLORIDA, ...FRIDAY DECEMBER 16,. 121.bUahed .
NUMBER TVVENTVFIVK.CHRISTMAS .

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CONCERTice WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINED TRADE LI'ELStarkeo'a \" DEATH OF MRS. J. O. HAYNES ''[ITRLSTKKS' To -- M r ;
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I I : FS1I: :\I1t!<\. EPPERSON ENTERTAINED
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BY MRS. ROBINSON NE1t' l'Ott'Elt:
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> Musical Treat to be Given by Merchants Well PatronizedBy Mrs. Georgia Haynes, wife of Dr. *<:4 h' ,

School Children I The Woman's Club met Wednesday Local and' Outside Buyers '1J. O. Haynes; passed quietly away to Tree, Tou.hinK street feed Mrs. -- t a ,

afternoon at four o'clock at the prettynew I the great be)"last..Sunday] aCter- I .Wires I. to lie Trimmed Out tlThe Daughters W. J. Epperson entertained .,

e public at large and (especially' home of Mrs. J. C. Robinson on During the week the trade in Starke noon. 'She had been an invalid for I 'I., .. _ I first of the Confederacy the

I parents of children are invited to West Madison street. Hostesses for has been very lively. Besides two im many years and death came as a re- city council met In regular ?.?. Wednesday on East In the month, at'her'home 1 '' "I.,

j Christmas concert, Friday morn- the afternoon were Mrs. Robinson, portant sales going on, all the merchants -I leane fromher weary sufferings. i.ion withall" member" )present Dec. large parlor Madison street ..Th. j3' "., ,
o'clock December 16th have made extraordinary bids "0 Death the Healer <6 th. was made more attract:' : ; '
at 9 sharp, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman tier with vanes of
the Bradford High School. Miss Marguerite Shriven and for trade by stocking up with holi- Of cureless ills thou art Mr. Powell of tin rem,|"'. Chcmieu! e s and chrysanthe.mumn pink Killsrney-Vos- ., 'x(

''ollowinjr is the program which Miss Jeannette Matthews.The day goods of all kinds and selling The one physician. Co., made a proposition to :Sl>11 the, ,ly number' of U. n I C, workers, and a good*
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appear long, but songs are very rooms were decorated charmingly cheap. The run of custom has compelled Rev.! M. L. Smith, of the Methodist' 'town sanitary outfits for .mtmcli tin- the afternoon with enjoyed ff.
the ;
i with roses and chrysanthemums, them to double and treble their church, conducted the funeral service 'lets not in reach'of sewi-rasi. The 1 hoKteis gracious ; L

|arch-Mrs. J. F. Canova. and a large crowd of ladies enjoyed i usual number of,clerks. Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the family 'matter was referred to the xuntiui. received I
'rapture son-R'v. A, E. Dunrayer this unusually interesting meeting. Buyers come from all directions, ] residence and a large number of 1 committee' and the city attorn..\ ,into the hupter by a demit from Jefferson '

The out-of-town guests were Mrs. J. sometimes from far away, for they datives and sympathizing friends The council authorized the I tin +h? .r \ County: Chapter of -

-Rev. Dr. Bullen.a T. Moore and Mrs. G. W. Brown, of know that they can get what they came to pay their respects to this 'to contract with Eureka Fire II",. I", \Mini. Mrs, 'urrndint was Fayette,

-( ) Scale Song; (b) Time to Lawtey, and Mrs. L. F. Emery, of want in Starke. After having,: purchased good woman. Rev. Smith based his for 400 feet of Red Cross fire how mil\ " \I. omed 1 !into the W. T. Weeks warmly. a
chapas
:; (c) Rockaby Babyj (d) Snowing Jacksonville, who is the house guest holiday gifts, they think they impressive and comforting remarks 'necessary. supplies for the fire 'I.jiartnicnt. .. '1""r,. kilo is un (experienced worker I ,

; (e) Father Xmas; (n) SomeDay of Mrs. H. M. Snyder. may as well get needed'groceries, on the verse "I have fought a good '' .tI"' ",,''K i V. I 11. C. Imps] and will be
( ) Christmas (h) clothing, dry goods and hardware A motion was carried to refund tithe '''" It a
; g Song; The president, Mrs. W. E. Middle- fight, I have finished my course, I have < addition\ to this chapter
First teacher here, for they nee displayed just what military company 50.00( paid for The I )
Night. grade .
; ton, occupied the chair and the session kept the faith. 2nd. Timothy 4 ::7. president l Mrs L. G. Powell '
Olive Ray.a was crowded with business Mrs.J. they desiro.This The pallbearers were A. M. ]al'br, 'amusement park license said lice'nsto o'rlpVninled!: the following committees; w
( ) A Birdie With a Golden Bill number of the Telegraph contain \ S. to surrendered to the city. inum,,". Mr :
F. Canova suggested that a "joy J. 11> Mitchell E. Matthews, F. I". / I I.. A. IInvl"| Mrs. O. L.
fHa, Ha, Ha, Laughs the Rill; (c) box" be prepared for the Children's advertisements of many of the Stump, A. S. Crews, J. II. Ritch, G. Upon motion( the condemnation proceedings Ifs) : .InI Mr J. Il. Krownlee

Little Girls-Boys; (d) The Big Orphan Home in Jacksonville, and the menhants. Those who spend money I W. Alderman, J. F. Kkklltt'r.I against. property was suspended ..1 CredeIlIIl, ., M"" Olive! Hay, Mr.! w;: r

;! (e) The Reason Why; (f) Oh, president requested that each member for i inviting: trade, may be relied on The interment was in Crosby cem- j for thirty clays, from December 1r Wall and\ l\\\.r ;"II'lia, ItIIY. "
le Town of Bethlehem. Second to appreciate your custom and do the and the made 15, 11)21.) Accordllljr to, . e
a "joy box" for these unfortunate I ctery newly grave wascovered I Ih.; ,", IIHIIIII custom
prepare ,
3e. teacher, Miss Evalyn Dcmaree. children best they can for you. wiht a wealth of choice flow. The bond trustees were rt'quelltedto I the chapter will ",",,1'I\ ChrHtrnw

.-(a) The Dairy Maids; (b) Wood. Judging from the enormous amountof j ore vent by :friends in Starke, Jacksonville trim all trees clear of electric light b box: to the Old :""1011?.?, nm in JackR

_ er; (c) The Young Musician; (d) Mrs E. K. P.rryman, who was one goods at the depot, consigned to and St. Augustine. The W. wires to save' the trees from electrocution '' IIonvlIle. This I I.,," wll,,,i ,,.,,tan, "

nt Night. Third and fourth grades; of the delegates to the annual convention interesting our merchants, they do not intend to T.Vcfks Chapter, United Daughters \, and also to save electricity to .candy apples, oinne", t tl., \ .,r,0. handkerchief mils.,
Gainesville r
in gave a very
er, Miss Marguerite Shriver. run out of goods. Late buyers need of the Confederacy, also sent n handsome the town. | and sock, th, i,.," ,? tl ,hI''
and "
convention was
,, -(a) Time to Rise; (b) Eveningt report, not, therefore, hesitate to come to I floral piece. The bond l trustees were requested to packed the 17th brat i?. ,Ih j ,. h""II',, !
ofa
The Orchestra d followed by Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey Starke to trade, for fear that there. 'compile plans, estimates< etc. with Mrs. W. L. ,
; (c) ; ( ) Christ- Mrs. Haynes before her marriage Wall who Jilt, \ t I"I', ,
of district I .t,1
',Carol Fourth and fifth grades; who l is vice president will not be enough to choose from-- was Miss' Georgia! Temple, daughter view ii. calling u bond election for the i by Mrs J, M. Brownlec,, Mi, n.; .?. A

er, Miss Eva Barrs. five. Mrs. Moore gave: a inspiring Mrs.F. :. there will be plenty for you. (,I of 41 r. and Mrs. Simon J. Temple) ] 'election of a new light plant. Anderson, Mrs L. G. 1'w.n Mra.
work. .
'; ra) Song of the Soldier; (b) address regarding club All you need in toys, toilet articles, who were prominent early settlers of A L. Alvarez was retained as night A. Z. Adklns and Mri. L. A. III\\1M,
!. Firemen It Came theght I, A. Scott county chairman of the sporting goods, fireworks, phonographs i 'marshal nt a salary of $70 month. 1 During the
; (c) Upon Christmas seal sale talk concerning Starke and Temple's Mill. She was )per social half hour lilt., i I h.. ..
t Clear; (d) Holy Night gave work.a groceries, fruit, dry Jt'OOIR,1 also) a cousin of the late W. C. Temple W. L. Wall was re-elected file chief less, assisted' by her daughter, Mr .
her branch of
, S grade; teacher Mr. Sapp. clothing, hats, shoes, millinery, hardware i \ ] who at one time was president of 'for the current year.Bids i< fGeo A. Anderson, nerved a tcmi.tinr\ "

';';-(a) The Little Elf; (b) Lullaby; Mrs. N. D. Wainwright presentedthe furniture, you will find in the Florida Citrus Growcsr AssocluI on repairs to the city hull were salad course
'r"'r""I' club with the deed to the new Starke In all varieties and in great deferred to the next I The
e There's Someone Tapping on the I Lion At the time of her death Mrs. regular meeting. first meeting of the year 19'J2! :!

: : Tree; (d) The Firemen; (e) I I club house lot, corner of Walnut and plenty. I'oople living elsewhere will Haynes i j I was sixty-four. years old, and Report of bond trustees for month will be hold January 4th, at the home.

'Thev Drum.The Jefferson streets. This lot was formerly nave time and trouble] by coming here, I|I since, girlhood has been a member of 'cif November ordered\ tiled. of Mesdames R. E. and J. M. Brown- (}
I' occupied by the old school and local people, if they inspect the Report of the lee .
" \{/ Herald Angels Sing; i I th?' !Methodist church. treasurer rind collector *ttI
::4l: jCbristnuis Carol. I|I building and was deeded by the county I goods for sale, will find that a trip She in survived by her husband Dr. fur( the month of November ordered A '
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**itSeventh grade; teacher, Miss Eva I school board to the Woman's Glut. to a big city is not necessary in order I I ,J. 0. Haynes and two children, Mrs. < 1iI'd.III1Nt'TER. i I I'TISl' CHURCH ':

,I"f P well. I I I Mrs. C. A. Futch, treasurer gave an to find the goods they want, and W. J, Grant, of Jacksonville, and ))1'. I NOTES ...

', v-(a) Bingo Wn Hill Name; .i(b) I(lad, interesting: report, which was follow-A. Z. at the lowest possible prices I I0. L, Hayne-K, of this city, and three OP COMMISSIONERS Splendid congregations! were in at-.,:<"-v .'" .
from Mrs.
. .1 e; Bottle Hymn of the Republic; by a good report sisters' Mrs. W. It. llaynes, of Vltlalm, MICK'11 NT. j tendance upon the services of the '
G ( ..* Holy Night. Eighth grade I Adkins, chairman of finance. Gn.j Mis.' E. Clenry of Blnckfoot
lo'i\tf\ ; !METIIOIIS7'Sunday ; church lust Sunday which gave ''
m er, Mrs. McGruder.a I During the social half hour Miss Idaho, and another sister' residing In board of county t'lmimiittiiotieis" met encouragement! of good times .ahead every: ,

-( ) Jingle, Bells; (b) Boys' Jeannette Matthews gave a reading: school at 10 a. m., K.: K. Savannah. ]pursuant to adjournment Monday, for the church. It li the consecrated

as, Girls' Chorus; (c) America, land little Misses Hazel Middleton and Perryman, sUI'erintenc1'nt.Vut'h our Out of town relatives attending the Dec. 5lh, with the following members und sacrificial life that will win for'I .

eautiful; (d) Christmas Carol; i I| Lucille Mitchell recited and theseharming Sunday school growl! No; come and funeral were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. :present, to-wtt! : J. M. Ilrownlce,, God und the church, and the Cross of i

high school; teachers, !Mrs. Ba- c' numbers were followed by sec' It R'rowl! Ilajnen, son and daughter, of Vidal. Miss Matthews, Mr. Lane. beautiful violin selections by Mrs. M. I la Ga. Mr. and Mrs W. J. J[r. Hill
Tile pnn'or has returned from conference ; Grant and U. P. Gainey and James Reynolds ( women for this sort of life.

II- L. Smith. where ho hud n pleasant time. 'i< son, Huyncs, of Jacksonville; Mrs. i I On Sunday next the .
pastor will
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occupy
.L ; JT ST MARK'S CIIUSCII The hostesses served a delicious salad 'I
:
t F; It wus a season of great spiritual' Edwards of Jacksonville; O. O. Minutes of ]last' 'meeting rend and the pulpit, und, both morningi
: with hot chocolate and the
)} course ITayncs Mrs.' Bculah) Hunt and dnu'h.t'r
f ,
rr? refilling.Preaching' ,approved. i evening will
fourth Sunday in Advent. favors were of holly tied with present messages
sprays Miss Ethel Hunt all of
I at 11 Hampton
and 7:30 !
a. m. :
p. t and
Clerk timely
reported that old nt upon necessary subjects.
{vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. red ribbon I papers
rls Advent season is intended to m. by the pastor old courthouse were old lax returns, At 11 a. m. there will be divine wor xt
Subject In the morning, "Abraham, old tux receipt stubs old registration ship. with n sermon cm "The. Cull toService.
,
re our minds for the celebration REV. SMITH! TO STARKF God'n SUGAR\ HOUSE BURNED ;
i coming of our Lord in the flesh I Man. books and Hint nil were destroyed, ." As tho country called for

wlx'' ;Saviour and to warn us of the At the annual conference of the I: Jesus Subject Christ for! the evening, "Who in J. M. Norman, of tho Wuteroak section being 20 years old. the service of her sons, so God rails

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8ge. It is impossible for us to Orlando, Rev. M. L. Smith was asigned effort of building containing his sugar furnace, were rained: Mrs. LlzxicJlnli inspiration of the call.
I prayer and labor with
.,into the joy of Christmas unve to Starke for another year. pastor and his wife and make this your i many tools and about 100 gallons of from $3 to $10 per month; Martha [ The evening! service at 7:30 Is cvangelistic. .

realize the object for which I This in good news to Starke people, banner for the Starke Methodist a syrup destroyed early Thursday McDonald from $2 to $3 per' : Last Sunday night there
year
, { came into the world, viz., to II whether Methodists or not. Mr. Smith morning of last week month. were nine to respond to the Invitationto
Church, so that the day will soon como
choose the 1 better, while
.s not only from the consequen- is an earnest, vigorous minister, capable ,here in Starke that and It is very clear that the fire was of Cost bill of county judge in case way, others -
sons
\ < ut: from the power of sin. The of making friends of those he .daughters; will be born many Into God's incendiary origin, but Mr. Norman is stale of Florida VH Kile Millard was 1 we are curt will soon step over the +

''! ht presented last Sunday and comes in contact with. During their kingdom because at a ]loss to know who the wretch was refused. i' line. Dr. Dulles will preach another
our church has lived
unday is that of John the short here Mr. Smith and his sermon on the subject; of Inst Sunday ,
I that
Bap- stay excellent up to its name, obligation and respon did it, as he cannot think of any Th! Drduford County Bunk and' nl
the herald of Christ. He have endeared themselves night, niiraely, "The Glorious GOBpel. -
: came family sibility. action"of his that could ,,havo made Bank of Starke, Sturko Florida, were "
his This will be nti appeal to the
stern warning, "Repent to all.
ye an enemy for him. There is
M. I. SMITII no man designated us county depositories and'
E i kingdom of heaven is at hand" Other appointments of interest to Pastor., anywhere more respected than he is bond fixed at $5,000 each. best that Is in UR, and it is hoped) that

,, ch season comes we shall see the people of this section, were: for his industry, square dealing, many will put themselves In the way t
generosity I
w e church emphasizes all the Rev. G. F. Scott was returned to and the fact that he strictly The following. resolution was adopt of receiving the benefits of such an

al truths of the Gospel in due I Southern College mission, Clearwa. SEABOARD ANNOUNCES ITS minds his own business. Though the ed: rippeal. Come with your families and

? .ion. ter.Rev. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATE loss to him In a pecuniary way is heavy I We, the board of county commissioners any friends who may be visiting you.

are asked to keep in mind the J. C. Diggs was appointed to as ho is not a wealthy man, it i Is of Bradford county, 1 Florida, Bible school at 9:30 a. m. There is

r'' ilgrn for proportionate givers upper South Carolina conference.Rev. Resumption of holiday rates by the not of so much consequence to him as hereby request) the comptroller) of the a class waiting to welcome you. Come,

erccssors.f T. L. Z. Burr was returned to Seaboard Air Line railroad was announced the knowledge] that ho ban the ill will state of Florida. to cancel the bond, i I tell us your name and age, and we'll '
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. f;:Christmas offering is for paint Dade City for another year. by G. Z. Phillips, assistant of some one. Ills many frend! feel held liy> the state of Florida given bLake y place you.

rectory. The paint has been Rev. J. D. Major was returned to passenger traffic manager, recently I hurt over the occurrence and are Butler Hank and Farmers and I I

but we need funds for the Lake Butler This is the first season in several quietly working to find out who tho Dealers Bank of Luke Butler, Florida, I'I.I ASANT IIIIUIIDAY PARTY nI
In all our Christmas giving year. that such rates have been effec incendiary was. as county depositories for Bradford

H jinot forget the greatest of all RIG RATTLER KILLED tive. ,j county funds, for lire reason that all I I Th! home of Sen, und Mrs. D. E.
lions.! Christmas holiday rates will be on 1 such funds have been used.
I THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEED i Knight was the scene, of a happy
The other day, when J. J. Truby was the basis of one and one-half fares I Commissioners Itrownlee and Andrews I ;gathering! Tuesday afternoon when


'\ scrub he saw a commotion in the long sold December 22, 23, 24 and 25, with W. E. Daugherty'B sermon next Sun at old jail site for $10. tamed u number of his friends celebrating

nto Effect at 12:01 A. M. Last grass by a palmetto. Carefully investigating final return limited to January 1. day at 11 a. m., at the Church of The clerk was ordered to advertise his ninth birthday. A pink

Sunday he found It to be a large: rattlesnake Christ or Christian church, in this for bids< for county convicts on Jan. and white! color schema was followed

swinging his musical instrument MASONS TO ATTEND CHURCH city. 2, 1022, in two !grades, No. 1 and No. in decorations and also In the refreshments .

new Seaboard train schedule In the grass lIe coaxed the CIIIUSTMAS EVENING "The Power of a Purpose" will l lethe 2. which consisted< of pink andwhlt.e '

ot' materially differ from the reptile to stick his head out long theme! of tho discourse at 2:30: p. Upon motion, it was ordered that pound cake and delicious ice

( one, except that the south- enough to have it shot off The dead Bradford Lodge, Free and Accepted m.. the county physician shall determine cream
k; trains Nos. 1 and 3 arrive in snake was dragged out and measured. Masons, are to be the guests of Splendid
audiences greeted the who are No. 1 and No. 2 convicts. The Mrs. Knight was assisted< in looking .
{ earlier than before. The new It was very nearly seven feet long and Dr. J. J. Bullen and the members of preacher last Sunday, and all are two grades to be considered. after the little folks by Miss

a i is now in effect. had fifteen rattles. the Baptist church on Sunday evening, cordially !invited to attend the services Bonds of the county bond trustees I Blanche Alderman. Prizes In the

'' Southboundreaches Mr. Truby would have liked to have Dec. ZCth. Not only is God recognized next Sunday. A special Invitation of the several commissioners districtsfixed "Dnnk y Contest" were won by Chan.
(_ Starke at 10:40: p. m. the beautiful skin of his quarry, but in all regular meeting of Masonic is extended to the
: boys and girlsyoung at $1,000 car! Lucia Klcklitcr and, Miss Ruth
.., 10:59 a. m.rl. the disagreeable musky smell emitted lodges, it is also a custom of the fraternity '
men and women to attend th!! Board ordered t each: county officer Sterna} 'rg.
yt \ "Cedar Key train; 4:68: p. did not allow of skinning. to attend in a body, at least Sunday night sermon, ai the minis present theirrte to board before

i'! once a year, service in the House of ter feels sure he has a helpful message buying, anything for courthouseor Chief Kite's pumpkin vine keeps on
tI.i "Limited," 3:17 p. m. MRS. ANDERSON ENTERTAINED God. It is hoped all members of the for them. jail beginning first Monday in January growing worse than Jonah's gourd

.'' Northbound MISSIONARY SOCIETY local lodge together with Masons of Bible] school at 10 a. m. I 1922. vine on Jack of the Beanstalk's bean
4' "t. arrives Starke at 4C5 a. m. whatever lodge, will meet at the lodge ''
Come and bring one with you. The following widow's pension j vine. lIe is cutting his cane this
, 4 at 4:06: m.k'ao Mrs. A. W. Anderson entertained hall Sunday
p. I'
evening, Christmas
day, claims were approved: (j, week, and the unlucky darkey who
; "Cedar Train 0:47 the members of the at 7 o'clock
Key Methodist
mill in
: a. order
to march in
a PRESBYTERIAN Mrs, Lizzie Johns Starke has the Is
..." j $4 per job compelled! to step high
:,. sionary society for their December body to the church. We are sure of a month. I land carefully, as Mr. Kite has cn-
,18. "Limited," 6:55 p. m. meeting. Officers were elected as fol- hearty welcome, and all who have
'I',' r '. Wannee Branch lows heard Dr. Schedule for Sunday, December 18: Mrs R. M. Prcvatt, Lawtey, $4 per joined him to not hurt the vine which
Bullen
are equally sure ofa Sabbath school at 10 month has all the The
a. m. spread over place.
i iI
''I '\ 'If+ :i leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. President, Mrs. L. A. Davis. sermon that will be helpful to u.. 11 I I
a. m., sermon by pastor. Subject notoriety given it by the Telegraph
.0.1104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. Vice President, Mr. O. I. Haynes.Secretary I
Christmas
"The Soul's Appraisement. seals are on sale at all I 1 and the Times-Union cause many tot
'ChdptmtaMcated by T. J. Griffin, agent. Mrs. J. W. White. Th bazaar last week given by the 7:39 p. nt., sermon.' Subject "Tho, the drug stores In town, also at t come and look at this vegetable wonder. .

)1 ""'- Treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. ladies of the Methodist church wa Man That Moved to Town and What; Stump's store, The ]local committee, .
J'.1 Byrd, Confederate veteran Agent for Missionary Voice Mm. a decided to'Eveorybody
auccess. The amount real Came of It. assisted by a number of school children
$' 'Kominent man of the Graham A. W. Anderson '
'j ized was 11100. This money will Invited. ere busy this week Belling seals I I Mrs. L. S. Enibrey, cif Jacksonville
J'een, had business in Starke Mon- der.Supt. of Supplies, Mr. n. M. Sny be ailed to help pay for the improvement Yours in !His service, t Stamp your Christmas mail with the i spent several day lust week with Mrs

on the parsonage. DAVID LANDER seal of health. H. M. Snyder.






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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER\ if., 18:1 1.
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ii flierry mine 1<> limo door to say WHEN NERVES -
r I r "DiK-tor! on n tint or| ''ear*. Till
" i pli.Milrlutm 4ci>,r"1 at once h. the' MAKE THIS A
Y I Ij study, and Fvfr, Immediately Bum- ARE UNSTRUNG
H SistersKATHLEEN recited |In "i,"l"t them In handling the
MK frame''' of the patient. Martin wntlioroiidlily -
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r. U.. GUDE'S I'EPTO-MANGAN
: conscious' now; Ills fare
j C'",,II.l white. Terry, aJ4.nht'd.! : l kntttIxKlrie VIGOR; AND STRENGTH -
i the bed her frightened. /: eyes I 7
t' r r, By 1II0"lnlfrom/: tare to face.. There are times when men and

1 1 There' was a brief cotmulutlon;. then) women cannot help Joiinff .strength. PHONOCTrAPHS. AND RECORDSCHRISTMAS _
H Cherry and Peter were banlNhed. I They try to do too much or they lose
Peter watched her, with.a confused sloop or do not eat enough food that
,1 r I / t sense that the whole frightful, (18Y(l lied:'' 1 nourifcbcB. Blood becomes .sluggish, "
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l NORRIS .been a dr am. Once she looked '
tip 'Faces
because clog it.
I poisons
JI q. grow
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,; and met lilt eyes."lie .,
pale and pasty looking. It is not long h
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can't live she said In a wile.per. -
Y before nerves get unstrung. i _
a.natNawm..anra.t Terimpn' not," Peter answeredvery The.Lest way to start a change for I '
M \\r r.+!: '.c low. Cherry returned to her mini- the better is to take a course of
+ her muRlng.:. Glide's Pepto-Mangan. It builds,, the
; You""lnilnt. t llAv eiu.il Cit) as U "We didn't thin end to It, did ,
nee blood. The weakness from a lack of "i pllh a t
t'o 1l 1 roumee" lie answered Hliuply. we'" Bhe Maid with I pitiful nnillc' y
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4 ; I.I. red cells in the blood is overcome.Gude' .
1 I IVtrr nodded, folded Ills arms across after a long: wMle.
f J ,; d,. Ms client, and Blared Into the early Pepto-Mangan sends a fresh!
o'.j. P'IVtor shutting
4 w "Oh no -no! sold /:
supply of red cells 8treamlng'througnthe
dark.: There. was other to
no
I way go hit eyes and will, n fiilut, negative
t 1 r than pant the very spot where the horror movement of his! IK-IK) blood. Good blood, pure and free
t 5 i + I ; liad' occurred. but Thompson told I I "Poor Cherr-It I ennui spare. you from ,poisons, starts bguilding vigor 1 sII t l t
w his, wife later that Joyce) had not is better -. ..
y i poor and strength. Sleep appetite :-'--
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l t all tills! knot IJtug his l>l tlnin-r und feelIng =----"'--
Mtumed( to know It, when they posited for the lirsi, ilinf tinplUk of lilt keener, so that the body becomes -
$ i }, It, Nor. did be give any evidence of ter tears iipiliiKt 1 MH cjcllilM."Oh .. properly nourished. Druggists have -. .-.........;.:;.:
a t+ 'Y motion when they reached the old
t w + there, In ii'ilhliiK you cnn ilo," Gude's Pepto-Mangan/ in both liquid
Y"I Strickland house and entered the bid
1 I .; ,. hallway whore Cherry had come nylng she. sold l rnlnily and) ui>nrll>' after nnlillo and tablet form. The name "Gudc's
And xlinhlspei, red!, UK If to is, the 10
In, a few short years a 1/:0./: with Mar. Pepto-Mangan" on .package.Adv. II ] I. ,
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I 1 tin's first kiss upon her llpa. her'-rll'' "'Nothing-nothing; -nothing'! _
+ Two doctors, summoned from Ban i '
It 7 } I "Francisco were here, nnd two nurses CHAPTER XIX.It w'ho, lied lo 'eil Tier, T71! TVlcT liml The most economical andenduring
!' t'' ; Martin had been, In Id upon a hastilymoed two or three men alone followed her f { tt
t ( lied' In the old study, to bpsIlOn.a nun till 8tran/o and !1"'I\'lIdprlnlr, down along tin winding rood! Hint led I Christmas !gift you xg r J ,
tliiiuirlit Peter, It wn, not JIUo iinyililuc can buy is a Brunswick. ?
the utalrs. The }
narrow room to the old cemetery Cherry was I l
's"' was metatuwphosed, the whole house he hllli't'r oomicelol In hli hanging over the bedside. of her husband I It is the one !gift that will, I ; "
moved about It as about pivot. /nnd thoughts; with Alit jet It wait 1111 for who sllll miraculously lingered, 'f rqj please all the family, from 0 N

there was DO thought l>ut for the inun I Is i her.The. through hours of pain' but ug I'eier, r (I j grandmother to the baby V : ) -
Or who lay, sometimes moaning and some I| tiny WIIH, wnrm, und mill, und responsive to a touch on hits arm 'I 1 : : 1 You can obtain one on tt
r times ominously ctlll, waiting fur I the little church wn parked with crossed the church, porch to blindly
loners( and parked' with people., "' I terms to suit jour convenience 1
Id death I 011I- enter the walling 'motor ear, he saw,
l a "He cannot live I" whispered" Cherry, en were cryIng, und men were cry lug, erect and grove/ on the front sent I so no large! initial outlay
t c t t ghastly of face and with' the. utter ton riither, to Ills ,dazed surpilie.' The In Ids, decent holiday black'and with IH required. 1 ,1 1w
l' 1 n chaos of her soul and brain expressed I organ( was Hti'Hlnlng though then his felt hat held<1 In his hands ""OIV, I IclnlmliiK r'
'by her tumbled frock and the curelessly / | warm, fragrant air, and) the old ( his rlcht to Blnnd beside the
'IPrlt3"1 I Three Brunswick
pushed buck and biiotled! masses,,,,' of | man, whose M'liernhlo. leonine ] grate of the mistress he hud loved Popular
r' her hair "Ills arm broken\ ( Peter, I In its crown of snowy hair, Peter could l and served so lulthfull. The slglmt of Models
and Ills" leg< crushed, -Ihej don't, dareouch I him, In Ills, clumsy( black !Instead of _
*<'(' clearly, In
spoke voice that
a wii
him I And' the / thespine
t lIurIC.'flnl3'S the usual crisp( w11110t and with a suet
Yx A lliltkfiifilllli, I euro. Strangers, orl I Note that The Brunswick
, 1 ', too-nnd you me lilt head 1 Oh, and teiir-NtnliuMl (mire shook Peter
God I It In so terrllile.\ ," ...1"| said, 'In almost/ xtriiiiKei-H, hud bash luurhluu fitrangelj, but he did not show _n sign I I Plays all Records costa no more than an ordinary li
I ,r l I agony, thr>itit.'h: Hhiit loctli", knotting I'etc-r'a liiind respectfully timidly had'I.ton of puln.. phonograph. Note also Sweeter Tone
P Ijt ,A. her hands ,ol1l'IIII'rl; "It Is tun 'terrible I 'pnilxliiK'' AJIz.: : She, had been"Kituit" I mContinued Brunswick plays all makes of its exclusive features. Then
, { that lie, !I" "lirentlilnK! / now. Hint' life In .I to thin one, "good" to that one, ---- I records without attachments. '
a in for demonsration. '
rt f come a Another exclusive Brunswick
they lull him she had) been
; always MO
there nou. mid 'Hint they cannot hold
. "Inlem'es, ( Next Week) This means that with a Bruns1'ou will, not he urged to buy.
It." Pd" and so "hnl'IIY.|' > feature i is the Oval Tone Ampli-
I
Fluleil; I'etcr Into the Bill Inn room Her coflin uug burled In flower, wick in your home you can ennllt after hearing a Brunsfiner or horn, made entirely of
fi 'a where the ,I"clonprl' wnltlnff. inuny ol them the pluln (lowers she Frank Reid, white, 22, late of llol- joy all the great artists, regardless wick, we know you will never wood and moulded like a fine
i .. "111 there nny hopeV' he smoked, when loved the KlIlli'H; \ iinil steak and \'erlielni hater, and one negro whose name tif the make of records for b.* satiHfied unless you own old violin. It is responsible formuch
Mj t t Cherry hnd (tone away on one of the and even the meet, sober>l> wallflimpru could not be learned, were blown to which' they record. (one of the wonderously beautiful .
if 1 resiles1, unneoesmirj/ journeys with Hint were Hoiuehi like hei- bits by n premature explosion of dynnmite I This'i is accomplished by the Brunswick
s which' she was fllllnc& the endless self. limit It wits I the runes thul mvnted) that occurred sixteen miles | tone.
Ultona-a of The Brunswick
, hours One man/ shook 1,1IIII'lid., nod In the, whole' world'' for Allx today, and, west of Fort I'ierce, where dredging j part
,' 1 the sUcnre they )heard Martin "1'111111. I'lOHli noiinij'' tituls hud been pluciilbetween operations[ are under way on the St. -not an "attachment.
t' "It Is possible, he limy' / weather It, the wuxni lingers Aunt Mtlll
Lucie river drainage district, one other
t"" I of (,course" the older man/ said doubt-, that riiillunt, hxik of tiluiiiplinnt, love
;: ," fully "Me Is coinliiff, out of that first lliiKOU'i') on her quiet fare, nml MlIJI negro being injured and will probe Consumers Lumber Company II
,' t :' stupor nnd we may lie able to tell better the faint rliiist( of A smile touched I the ably die. The )party of three Wall engaged
i pe':.>' In a short time. Tlie. fact that he once kindly mid hurry mouili.' in blasting stumps ahead of
;: rec... Is living at nil Indlciitpn' a tremendous They. sold, (gaud by to her at the the dredge. The cause of the explosion
jt y' (church! I. the! \'llhier8! | and old_ friends could not be ascertained.
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/ j 35c Ginghams. Sale Price ___________________ .15 $35.00 Suits, Brown, Blue and Green $2.50 Work Pants,, Pin Check, All Colors

."d. i 25c Stripes and Colors, 10 yd. Bundles __________ .98 Sale Price _______________-___________$22.50 Sale Price -----------___________________$1.39
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h, 25c. Yellow Homespun. 10 yd. bundles ________ ,9a75c $25.00 Suits, A Splendid Value- $5.50 Men's Worsted Mixed Pants tI

I ;.! a,i Sale Price ____________________________$18.50 Sale Price --------____________________-$2.85.
Serge, Green,
$15.00 Suits-a Bargain at that Price- $7.50 Serge. Gray with Blue Stripe

L? ..' Blue and. Brown Reduced to ____________________________$ 9.50 Sale I Price ----------____________________$1'0'>:.49
; SIP nce, yd .49 Ladies' Coats-A Fine Assortment- $6.50 Men's Good Grade Pants I'm

ti? a $2.00 Blue, Green, Sale Price ________.:.___________________$ 4.95 Sale Price --------------________________$4.95

Black and Navy,

Sale Price, yd. .89 WAISTS HOUSE DRESSES ETC. THE BEST IN OVERALLS

.'' ' 4'f' I I, 25c Striped Percales $2.50 Ladies'i House Dresses $2.50 Best Overalls-AU Sizes- .
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" Sale Price .98 Sale Price ______________
ti 36 in width.at .18 ----------------------------- ---------------- $1.49
I I '''lt ..' $4.50 House Dresses $1.50 Good Grade of Overalls .

I 15c Percales, all colors Sale Price _____________________________$2.43 Sale Price ______________________________ .89 ,
1 dark and light $2.50 Muslin and Flannel Gowns Fine Grade Boys' Overalls, $1.50 Value f '

t Sale Price, yd. ,07 Sale Price ______________________________ .98 Sale Price ____________._________________ .93 !
i'' I Sale on Blankets, Bed Spreads, Comforts. $1.50 Underskirts, Good Value $1.00 Grade Boys' Overalls

l ,; i Sale Price ______________________________ .69 Sale Price _____________________--------- .43
r"k" BOYS' SHIRTS $12.00 Ladies' Skirts-Silk and Serge- $1.25 Men's Good Grade Suspenders

b' I $1.00 Boys Dress Shirts-The Best- Up from _______-_______________________$2.95 Sale Price -------____.__________________ .39

',' Sale Price ______________________________ .69 $7.50 and $10.00 Georgette and Tricolette Men's Suspenders, Good Quality r

Q 4l I I 75c Blouse Shirts-See These Waists, up from ______.__________________$2.49 Sale Price --------_____________________. .33 '

0 x' Sale Price __________________________:___ .49 The Latest inthe Season's Offerings in Ladies Hats. 25c Outing Flannels, 10 yds -_______________$1.19

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t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBEIt III
1921
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dt; ......-.......................-..... .- - Christmas Shopping at Wilson's Saves You Much
and
I Farmers are Killing hogs cur

:, With The Bradford ing meat. Many are interested in Money, Come or Write.
brine-curing and are asking for the

I latest information on this method. In

t' County Farmers order to furnish this information the Gifts for Her Gifts for Him

I staff cif the Agricultural Extension a
J the of Florida Silk Hosiery. Card Cases.
4iW ........................._........._..n......n'.... .. ,., ...-.......- has Division) prepared! of the University following for distribution Neckwear. 3ath Robes.

: Boudoir Caps. Smart Ties.

WV. I 1 t-! -_ I Silk Scarfs. 'nitial and Plain
P r -- "AfUr meat has been cut up and Handkerchiefs.
F Fr" FARMERS DESIRE LARCElt I'EACII CROPS:
;: '.. FREE: { L'I1SES'L'I1SES Hut trimmed, lay it out on clean muslinor Plush Scarfs. Shirt Patterns of Silk and Madras
i I. ANIi FARM! WOMEN SPRAY other Wool Scarfs. Umbrellas.
some clean surface, sprinkle .
Feather Boas. J N
) q with salt, and let it lie from 24 to 48
and farm women of Florda Felt
; Farmers Why is it that do not have the hours, or until it is thoroly cooled. Slippers. .
January we
the
a'. will have opportunity Leather Moccasins.
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l 1 l f!I'.' 3-13: of attending the agricultural college loads of peaches we used to have in Meat lying in this condition for that Kid FOR THE nor
time will lose much bloody water and
home Florida
orchards here In
a/ at Gainesville! where"all the resources lour Handkerchiefs for Women. ,
), ) of the college will be turned That question bas worried many of will thus avoid the necessity of Ornamental Comb Sturdy Mackinaw

; to them for the study of such ( our farmers and( housekeepers., In the changing the brine after the meat Bag Frames and
l' over Tops. ei 4 Overcoat
has been placed in the solution. Meat
subjects as agriculture; and animal light that scientists and practical or- Ivory Pieces.
Ichardists throw the subject it that has not been thoroly chilled, or
Sweaters.
,I' husbandry, poultry husbrandry, beekeeping I upon Pocketbooks.Beaded Coats.
that retains some of the animal heat,
that the to this
ll' ,. and vegetable growing and seems answer question Bags Sweaters.
4 I is enemies. and diseases is likely to sour or become tainted Dlouses.
insect plant
41 culture. I Leather Silk Underwear
citrus
______ t Bags.
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near the bone, particularly large
They destroy the trees and
r authorities Sash Ribbons. Muslin Underwear. Ties.
Once a year the college
; hams.
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y M rot the fruit. IVofcssor II. E. Stevens
ik >.'. arrange; for and provide these coursesfor I now county agent of Lee County "After cooling provide thoroughlyclean Royal Society Packages Brassieres. All Wool Suits.
Toilette Give "Circlet
Early Requisites. a
farmers and farm women.
barrels or boxes and pack the
r r'' is selected because it isbelieved but for ninny years plant pathologist Bead and Leather Girdles. House IJresp(- All-Wool Caps.
January of the Florida Experiment Sta meat in them, after having washed off .
I Parasols Bath Rubes.
and Umbrellas.
the
1 that no other period of
; the salt and the Then
bloody water.
i tion hitfthe following to in Stitched
regard Wool
Kay Hats.
"t Novelty Baskets these. Millinery.\
and more sec ,
f is. more appropriate
+ year | to some of the things which cover with the following solution:
convenient to the farmers of the Salt, 30 pounds. Beads. Wool Middies. Wash Suits.Dashing .
keep our peach yields down to a min- Regulation Middies.
i/lt state. The courses are made short imum Saltpeter, 5 ounces. Skirts
t ) and the greatest possible amount of : Soda, 8 oun'es.Brown Waists. Kimonos, Belts. f
"The time during which the dill- Negligees.
wr t instruction packed into them, because sugar, ]10 pound! ; or molas- Handkechlefs.Suits. .
Dresses of Silk and Wool.
farm canes of the peach can be combatted Furs. .
all -
+ it is realized that of people ea, 1 gallon.
W ers are less able to spend long ppiiod( j". so short that prompt action is Water, 20 gallons. Perfumes for Children. Stockings. Ji't+
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to do efficient
necessary work. In
t l away from their businesses. I 1 (This should be enough for 400 or Blankets.
Fancy Towels.
addition to the scale insects and the
iii'i During those ten days much that I, root-knot 600 pounds of meat. Increase in pro Comforts. Towel Sets.
organisms, the peach has
science has discovered and many of several enemies. portion.) Put the solution in a large Satin Bedspreads. Gifts I f for t the Linen Tablecloths.
fungus Among these }
EMI the so-called "short cuts" in agricul-I| kettle and let it come to a boil. Remove Hemmed Sheets. Linen
are the lematium which is outwardly Napkins.
4 t' ture will be discussed and the farmers the fire and skim. When cooled Hemmed Pillow Cases. Home
| indicated by a spotting of the twigs, Draperies. ,,
given the opportunity of fumilintizJng 'and the diplodia which causes a yum- pour the solution onto the meat and Madeira Scarfs, Centers, Luncheon Scrims and Nets.
) themselves with them. The FlorIda miny. let stand for five weeks. The larger Sets. Auto Robe t+

,1 College of Agriculture, with its pieces will require a little longer than Linen Towels. hath
Mat .
station and extensionwork "These two fungi i kill the branches/ I'
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+ experiment this, and the smaller ones not quiteso

y sr, agricultural, has gathered information! much which valuable is of and They sap may the be energy controlled/ from by the sprayingwith tree. that long are 1 tainted Do not or put have in begun any to pieces sour Every Little wish of Baby can Be Satisfied in our Baby Shop.Hot .

unlimited value to the farming people' a solution of 1 part of commercial for they are useless and will spoil Bottle (land Made Carriage Straps, Rosettes ,
state Those who attend these lime-sulphur to !9) parts! of water: Hand Painted Comb and Brush i
t of this all the meat in the box, if left a weekor Sets. to Match.
e t tla courses will have the advantages of This strong solution must not be applied longer Rattles in all shapes. Carriage Robes, pink and blue
and of In except when leaves and blossoms Baby's Record Hooks. ,
; Qt all this information coming "It is important that every part of Sttcnteis, light and dark colors
J : close conflict with men who gatheredit are absent The same spray the meat be well covered in the solu- Hand made Bootees and Mittens. f
will control the San Jose I Leggins\ and Cups to Match. (
and who are in a position to teach scale tion; a 10 pound ham should stand Silk and Wool Caps.

1 i t t..; It "If homemade lime-sulphur l is used, I j about 40 days a 15-pound ham GO Bath Robes in light and dark colors. (Kid Button Shoes.
) it l Is to be weaker than the I Hand Embroidered Uwings for Baby,
apt Coats.
d If you are a farmer, I if you are a commercial days The brine should be examined 1
t 1il farm woman, if you arc a housekeeper which tests about 32 degrees I every week, ns there) is always some 'I Ruby Blankets, all wool, pink and blue :ilaby! Baskets, painted in Ivory.

; ti ( I > or if you are interested, in the ISuunie. If it is weaker, use about 1 I possibility of its souring, which would Stripes. Rompers and Drosses, hand finished :

J farm and the farm home, it will lio' part to 8 or 7 of water. All dead or spoil the meat. If the brine is found :

;:- well for you to attend this short sickly looking/ twigs or hranch""hould ;/( I to be pour, remove all of it, wash the I'I'I '
I course. January 3-13th Is the time. 'j moat and the box and then make afresh -

t Gainesville is the place. Whiito to he pruned out and burned. solution. If a mold appears on QUdIlfy rI tlnnhoun t),

y t'' r!,, Dean, College of Agriculture, Gainesville Dead wood harbors not only fungus I the surface, skim it off. SerJice j 7 '

) a, 1o'ioridll,1nr further information. diseases but insect pests as well" I "The next step in the curing pro- t d'y

l cons is to hang the meat up for drying GAINESVILLE,FLORIDA kt

for three four after whichit
I. or days,

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J writing for agricultural extension --- ----,-- -- --- - --
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't 7 ue I II,4 bulletin 11, will open' up some of the best vegetable -- -

y and( fruit lands of, the state. ro

} COUNTY AGENTS': REPORTS GENERAL INSURANCE' '

Taylor-Fall gardens arc at their

r A tats Alachua-This week was spent at "<,,,t. Many pastures for hogs are being I HAROLD C. WALL

I" m, u l o J II, .THE !UNIVERSAL CAR A; i tt the International Livestock Show in prepared and herds for next year :I I

11' p Chicago where I hud an excellent opportunity lire being increased. i i STARKE FLORIDA

If to study types and breeds ,
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t* (I n I mo ,II. n II% s of animals. I1'lInilton-Thc. truck crop acreage FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
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i ? rM? of this county is being materially in.

Madison-I am sure my trip this creased.
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Show has been of material benefit tome Bay-We held our first club contest the limb off close to the branch or

'I ;" I have been greatly inspired by this week. Several prizes were do- body of the tree. The cut surface 1 1886 .it ;\
Iit what I saw nated by the business men of Panama should not be at right angles with the

.) City. All members declared it their axis of the branch pruned, but parallel )

-t t Polk-Several hundred acres of land desire to continue in the work next to the axis of the parent branch. '

...' (I i is being/ prepared for the spring year. This will give a larger wound but it DAVISINSURANCE I .J

.I \ planting/ of watermelons. Plans for --- will heal without a stub. Paint the

)1. : the Tampa fair are progressing St. Johns-We are already making larger cuts with some moisture-proof

I preparations for our exhibit at the covering so that disease cannot enter
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f '.... .!. St. Lucie-This week! we formed a Tampa fair. Farmers are giving and to prevent evaporation from the .

I'I'! "' y'I temporary farm bureau organizationin much assistance and co-operating wound during the healing process.
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'1 this county. heartily.GadsdenMonday. i Pruning will a long toward ...'
J I ,!{ i ,. go way ,:
.1. I preventing the various diseases caused -
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Osceola-Our local growers: co-op and Tuesday we I by organisms./ The grower may STARKE

/ ; erative association ill functions successfully. ,vIsited several) schools where, with not think that he has time to do the V \:j

One carload of peppers and the' landscape artist and representatives work now, but when the diseases apPear l lt:
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,' eggplants" rolled to northern markets of the schools? we 'vent into the it will be too late. ,. r:,
'b 1'/ -.' this week Today L. M.\ Rhodes addressed wood and gave instructions for selecting '.' /aMt2QfliIDIItIIt1NDdW'tLL/ !! !! ) .itliu l )

: 4 I an audience estimated to and transplanting trees and MAKING A GLORIOUS) RECORD: COFFINS & CASKETS .,

number 4,000 persons!, speaking on cooperation shrubs for beautifying the school! 1 .
: And .a Full Line of -ti.!f+:
'J 3 grounds
; $454.51 is! the snug little sum made Undtrtahtrm' Supplies ',lth
Cut Delivery Cosisr
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Jj' lake-Thill county will soon build I'Rt'NING ESSENTIAL TO SUCCESSFUL as clear profit in one season by Miss\ I'I

several new sand-clay roads' which FRUIT GROWING Lucille Ellis, an Alachua county girl, AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
1 ---.- from'alock'/ of poultry.' Always on hand. The bent! ser | ;II
; ,i THE Ford chassis at only $295 now CALOMEL SALIVATES Lucille is a club girl and has been vice at the low at prices. Special : \
f ': In the rush of your packing and attention to telegraph orera. )JI
: p ; possible a light motor delivery EVEN WHEN CAREFUL for a number of years. For two years
shipping season, Mr, Citrus Grower, Registered Embalmer. '
W ; car at n cost so low that merchants can- do not forget that diseases lurk in -last year and this year-she has .,'.f.

E_ not afford to overlook it. And the noted Treacherous And Next Drug Pose Cannot May be Start Trusted your groves. The far-sighted grower won scholarships to the girls'; short DeWTIT C. JONES.;

:w; dependability of Ford products means a Trouble ti.kes. precautions against the diseases I course given at the state college for STARKE FLA .\
women at Tallahassee by the home !..
; surer delivery service. hick are sure to appear next year Y.
demonstration of that in IIIIU1mII! mmaJ '
department aJu'tii9tDlitOTo !
The best time to do this is during the _
Calomel is dangerous. It may sal'ivnto ._ ,I,
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stitution. In fact last she
With a body to meet your particular requirements you and make you suffer fear. few weeks when the trees are ..emi- year won
two of these but of
scholarships, ,
Ct''ln' One Day
fully from soreness of gums tenderness dormant < Cure a
f which we can supply at a of and teeth course, could not use them both. This Take. LAXATIVE HROMO QIINiNETehIete.! .
I jaws swollen tongue Specialists of the Florida Experiment off
nominal there is , iouilli: and Hi-adac .lia' and work'' L.
figure, nothing that will and excessive saliva dripping year she h < won three scholarshipsbut stops. < ..*
Station advise that *H dead or Cold; l.W.:: CRCWf" Ulimtureoncaihl'
sao you so much in time, help and actual from the mouth. Don't trust calomel. diseased wood be pnnu-1 ;rt.lthe ns bef'she can use only one. -

: cash as a Ford delivery car. It is mercury; quicksilver.If grove during the next few weeks. Lucille tl. year wins first prize in ".

n you feel bilious headachy, constipated Such wood harbors insect and fungus Alachua in the sewing, pig and poul-
and all knocked out, just go try clubs. In fact, according to those Who Cared
If you are operating a merchandise delivery enemies. Scab, melanose and wither. possessed
i to your druggist and get a bottle ofDodson'lI in a position to know she is just aboutas Queen Elisabeth, It is said .
let us show you how the Ford tip find protection in dead tissues. It OB as S, Kx( ) gowns nt on timaAll
Liver
Tone for few cents many
.1'r .1 a good a club girl: us! l is to be found.It .
' is that this wood be taken stunk
chassis its low imperative made of the richest
at which is harmless were
extremely operating a vegetable substitute i is certain from her record, that she Bwt
out and destroyed before new growth trimmed with luc, embroidery and
for
ri cost will handle your deliveries quickly dangerous calomel Take a deserves a place in the hall of fame, I
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i spoonful and if it doesn't start starts, because otherwise the disease ( wel .
and at a minimum expense. your when it comes to point of individual
tr attack the tender
liver and straighten you up better organisms will
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achievements. Gainesville Sun.
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and quicker than nasty calomel, and growth as soon as It anpears. Melan-i How Spain' Got Nsm 4

without making you sick, you just go will start with the new growth Spain etymologically mean na*
back and get your money.f land I it will be too late then to do any I' bit Peninsula. The word Is according a
: J ig J. W. Andrews, Jr. Dealer you take calomel today you'll be' pruning.Not I Reducing fie Household. to good authority derives 'roffl!
sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit Some little folks were plnylne\ the Punic Shafaa-rabblt. Thl' nil"
wood but
the dead
only
STARKE, FLORIDA may salivate you, while if you take any keeping: house." Robert was papa mal liDS been very! numerous In the '.
other of the tree which show a
Dod on'lI Liver Tone you will wakeup parts Jane nmimna. After much difficulty Ir country, often destroying whole"
) feeling great. No salts necessary. diseased or unthrifty condition shouldbe managing large/ brood 1'nlIHob. crops- African Tenets were kW' to

-.I Give it to the children because it is eliminated. Do not leave stubs ert flujilly t Burst "nl. with : "Sny. thert drive the onlnialu\. out of their b tlea

= =!' r" ::'=' _._ I perfectly harmless and cannot salivate. even of living branches. These will lire Km in.uiy < in, ''I', /I/ In the finally We Dud the rabbit often represent"
rf,14 .-Adv.-63. die and be a source of infection. Cut JI I vne ut I u>u till L..e 10 be the dogta on old ,6i>aul l> coins.t. .





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FlOltllJt> \ \ '
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1921. PAGE SEVENLONG
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BRIDGE; Mr. II. Wilkerson and son, of A. B. Surrency was here Friday afternoon R. E. Lee O. of Theresa. WM H visitor I' I last wwkr:' V convey .fl much teal and ppnon".l property
Cooter Pond. r here last week. I only bfl n w for .church churchyard
I vnroute to J. Ma may aMirjr II
.
highland, were visitor to Lawtey the I 1 Moody was a business visitor and jiaatarJum, to rxuit tar a period of
H. B. Wiggins and
Fred Hazen and Claude] Crosby spentFriday Supt. family, of to Luke
Riversis firnt part of the week Butler Monday. ninrty-nim ycara and to make ny-lawn, and
Long Bridge, Dec. 1C.-Mary attended services hero from time lime '
afternoon in Starke. Starke Sun.\ Earl to elect ofTicen to to carry
the sick licit this week. J, J,. Eddirw, of Gainesville wastransacting .. \\hitt nand John Holling out the ruriKiavaor which odd corporation
on II business in and near Law- Mrs. L. \'". Sowell of Alachua was day. Worth were visitors to Lake Butler hall rxhtt.
U. D. Johns and wife, of Pine .lIil1. in town a few days of last week with Mrs. Matt Hall of TheresBw. was a during th.'l''k. I II W. T. WEEKS. Starko, Florida.
panned through here Sunday. tey last Thursday.j I 1.. C. I'GWFLL. Starkc. rlorlda.I'ERRV .
Saturday. ,
visitor here ,
and Mrs. J. W. Barber and chilI relatives wn'llltor. POVrft.: Starkc. Florida
to
Butler] St.u'kJh.Kt'T"1
Crews in Lake j
Pierce was Mesdames D. D. Weeks and M. D. J. D. Pry Is a business visitor to 1 M. C. WALL MtarkB. Florida.
last Wednesday. were visitors to Starke Satur- J, K K1CKLITGK tit.rke. rlorlda.T. .
business
on jdieti I 1 I Ilarrell of LaCrosse, were visitors to Atlanta this week.A. 'rote '1I N. II MSAIIil' (, Htarki. rlorlda.,
David Shaw of LaCrosse was the day.Enoch A. McDonald was a visitor to : : mll"k. lit '.nKl' .\It'r., was J. T (.UJGLEY'. SUrko. Florida
town Thursday. a li.itur" '
guest of Mr. and Mrs H O. Rivers i Griffis was a business visitorto here Tuesday. --
Green Cove Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. I..W. Pinholster] Jr., Starke Sunday.R. '' H Moore IUDS WANTED
last Tuesday. I Springs L. Crews and family returned to wa.'I"ilo.. t? Uk. Hereby notice I. rlvrn that on Monday
River' Ernest Wells was transacting business were in Gainesville Tuesday after Butler! rc>rt>ntlSmoeth>.. I..."..,. r. rata! .... will l I..... to the highest
Gerald Adkins was in New their home here Sunday, after a visit and IN.at bidder the eounrty eonvlcta' of Urad- i
in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. noon.Mr. Id'nr.ny., Florida earn to Iw hid for ..
Saturday.S. with friends and relatives] at .
Matthew of Jacksonville! was ','.01.l No .
and Mrs. C. R. Sapp of Starke, HighI'land. | and tirade No. e arid the scaly
J. Moody of New River wan here Work. I ,>ht.Man t.. afternoon were visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. transacting business Friday. That Job i 10 1"-1, I i.omiim. 1,. i r one. year and 1_.. to rlv
.
seriously injured last Saturday Mrs J. B. Bremen of Jacksonvillewho I done at which tho to."" r. Ih. r.llhlul
r
by a horse running over him. Louis Mart was shopping in Several from here attended the has been the guest of her mother 'tbonaing I. t.1,,_, h,?, ,'\\h'l\'e.-AIIall\, mil,I Iliin I In 1 1. ,,M. K ...rh performanoa eonvlcta. of th. eon- F1
IVremlM'r ft. ,
Jacksonville Saturday. cane grinding at the home of It. II. ;Journnl 1081. a
Among those attending to business>> !! Mrs. M. E. Manaire returned to J M. BROWNLKE.f"unj
C'llai.m... ?., . I
,
of Pine Hill
Greene
Smith W. E. Torode was transacting business -, Thursdaynight. I - nuns\ f"1"'"""" for ,.
in New River Monday were I her home Sunday :r.M..rtl I ', "1'IorlJa.' ,
.
W. \\'. Thomas of Cooter Pond.IIp.nt NOTICE OF : \ ,. ,\tt., : w 1
Johns, N. G. Moody, J. E. Adkins, in Jacksonville Wednesday.Rev. V. B. Wheeler] and family! have mov- IN\l II Aii c'II IITn AI-PIY Millllerrlty is; W. ,ALDFRMAN
I II. II. Black] was a business Friday afternoon here.N. I'Inl. ,
and notice la unit
Gerald Adkiiis J. Moody Wesley Main K ittn A.olt l. i-H-llt-li-SO
ed to the Ben Saxon residence on '?"+?' '?
visitor to Jacksonville from Thursday T. Ritch of Starke, was a visitor will\ on the fifth day .a I,.,,.,.?. ,. t (I'. I.1f1",71make I -.- -___ .
C. A. Strickland.Mr. .
street this week. aplillratlon\ to tli II "ii,.,i. \ \' ixinvJudire ,',',
to Saturday. I here Thursday of the Clreult l..,.,." I "11OTICE: ',, '
i II. I, In
? thU Coma
L. J. Johns and daughter Rev. of preachedat Ju.dlelal or Cooley
and Mrs. Butler Campville, Jud" 81.1 ..
Clreult of the Bm rat Ilorld. '
.Ih'i i ,., nradf.N
Esie, Annie Mae Johns Jesse Ca- Mrs. James Rafuse and baby, Otis, Miss Hattie Weeks, of LaCrosse, the Baptist church last Sunday.Mr. charter IneonioratlnK. thy I i i hr,, ,'"' irrh,f, I[ tlounty V'm Tl""n-

son and son, Elmo, were in New River pent. several days in Lawtey last spent Friday here. and Mrs. W. E Duugherty arc of the Starke character, Morlda.and objocl , rv.urern Nnt'lee'h'npn'. that 1'h.aloe.by yearn. 110 all whom minor..It nu t
,,
I''' TSon
.
Saturday. week with relatives. Mr. Douling, of Hampton was a spending this week lit Staike. IHimllon will be to promote .. ",,," ,111',' "I x Ulan, u, 1'1."", minor' will|\*"no"*the"on' 22nd.r'
Inntruetlon In the Cl: dray of neoedwc. | .
Mrs Percy Kelly and little daughter "'. M. Rl"dding'Isited relatives in business visitor here Friday afternoon Mrs. 1' B. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. and Cod to and maintain the Kovernmi'iiicffincra ."" "I''I,".nl 1.1", , R. A. Gnrn A. U.. ciiunly 1u91. jutl"a""IJ'" "| In to and the

Jacksonville! Sunday.A. anwrdlna- the artlcl n, i .". rount. fit hi. officij In eourthouiie I d'
attended the funeral of Mrs.J.
Margie of Lucerne, are visitingher llaynes/ worahln of the i II lit Rlurk. In add
of Kovrrnmrnt I and ? county and .tale. .t 10 i r
!
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parents, Mr. and Mrs J. E. Ad- I M. Blanchard was a visitor to Rev. Proctor of Lake Butler, will O. Hayncs., of Staike Tuesday. nomination In the United. States ol \.. ., .. r.l.wk" eon e. m.I.,. or hr-I.ao Sam "l''l''y...r ". the
for .
lease i
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sell. mortgage to "
Green Cove Springs Saturday al o to buy. ?''' I nidte a .t
fill his appointment' here Saturday and I lOr 1"lv. ..|.. 1M .' .d
kins. .
Harold Pearce wag a business visitor UAirORlfKaiford - -- .li'-'ilm'r"1' ' the !'...'>".rly of W ilium"il"n'won,
the
Sunday at Missionary Baptist !
II. T. Parnell. was in our section I to Jacksonville Thursday. church. .I'\\..:I'd.? add lnaitt 1 " "' of I'.adlurd' and ..talI e '


Sunday I I \V, H.{ Edwards went to Jacksonville?- I Mr. Rlgdon and daughter: of Starko Dec. 1C.-Mr, and Mrs R. ASPIRINName ,,"l",,"", lent.Bud' 171lflri.r:! I ..|,. 17 and In 'Z'o'rta'naUow0.' .
New : a'h.f
of
and Mrs. C. A. Johns >
Mr. \ .
the first of the week to serve as a and two children Ruth t\i"u \'I..rhl.! widr1 ai>|il>raliiui. will l>*
' River, attended the party at the home were visitors here Friday afternoon.Mr. B. Roberts 'i.t I m ii\UI!:\ ::' ':'rt1 pallhoo for ....h, "lo now o.I .
United States court t "
the
of Miss Winnie Mae Colson] Thursday petit juror in Long, of Gainesville was a visitor and Wesley] of Worthington spent "Bayer" on Genuine IInl.\ N,,- "'. \lesi.

but was excused until after the holi here ]lust week. Sunday here visiting relatives. I E. M ,IOIIN. 1iIEGnOl4a< 1'11101't..rn ':.

night.A days. Dave Durban was also sum- !Messrs. W. H. Andrews A. T. Ml- .. \ Gnardlxn.
party was given at the home of Julian Peek, of Starke, was attending III at-12.16,
moned as a petit juror but was un- zelle business visitors to Lake -.
J ., Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason Thursday : to business here Saturday. : were - - -

r night in honor of their daughter Miss able to attend on account of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency spent Butler] Monday lr=J 1 In _..HI"ll..., ,' Hill PI. HIirATIOSeery.1 .
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"
; Miss Mittle Padgett was a visitorto "" >;' '"rllllO. Kialtk
': Winnie Mae. A large crowd attendedand Saturday afternoon here with relatives ] Misses Ruth Roberts Adine Watson CQWarningl ; U'',',,,", ''",""''"' aunty. '" Chan. '
Jacksonville .
Saturday.M. While and Wilma Andrews .
nice time. Evelyn M... Sarah I
.
reported a McMiUi.lt' i
i L. Loadholtz and son, of Jacksonville : were visitors to the State Farm t ,,.., +" '.."' I
L'ytik
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe passed spent Sunday at their home Williams and Hogan: Smith, v. 1
,
Sunday afternoon. John W. MgMlllui
I IIMnln
through our burg Saturday enroute to here. of Sampson were here Saturday af- who Is attending ,,I I I

\. the home of her sister Mrs. Sam ternoon.Mr. Miss Wilma Andrews Tt appearing by i i.. t" ., ,., I 1..1 Ito the
Carter and moved
George family 1 school at Lake Butler spent bill flled In the ebm, .
'i. Whitehead, whose child Is very ill here from the Wateroak section last I : and Mrs. Reesmun, of FortM'er : W. McMillan the ...i "t, ut oened john. .
the week-end visiting her grandparents I. non-r.allnt of ,.
a iii , and
here business Io
.}., with diphtheria. I week and are located in one of Enoch are attending to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews.Mr. h. la a resident of Sill Mrnlnnton I .in Wil.
,
I North/ Carolina,
II. O. Rivers and son, George were Griffis' cottages near the depot. affairs. Unless son the iuun .. < ?' the '
you
a" of twcnty ine year* , ,,. 4.
,J attending to business in New River Marvin Hazen spent the weekendIn and Mrs. Jim iJownng and children "&)'01'" on package or on t..I>k>te you lured that old non-rvaldiint. i I. r.iii.l,.)
The tacky party which was given Jacksonville. Edna and Cecil, attended the ore net getting g< ulne. Aspirin Pro, I I. herrhy required to aiuuucomplaint .f
?, Saturday. by Mrs. 1 H.{ 11. Black at the Methodist filed In laid eaumMonday I i
show at the State Farm Saturday BrnlxM l>y physicians for twentyon.years '. th,. 19th II'.
: J. E. Adkins motored to Starke Sat- W. Andrew and daughter: Mrs. O. \ day of Il i '
;;t parsonage; Thursday evening was enjoyed and proved Mia by million Take mill! olhrrwla. . th. alliiRatloiwwill + , i ,, I
k.urday.. the crowd and II. Ilazen were visitors here Saturday night.V. .\al'arln| icily as told In the llnycr pluck* \ h* taken aa eonfmaed by ..I. ,.. ,
'1 Mrs. II. O. Rivers and children by large present, from New River .'. H. Andrews and J. R. Nauright: ago for (\01<1.., II"iuUlie, hnuralgka, It I. further ordered that this orulinhrd ".
the who awarded the once a week lop four ,
judges prizes to onMeul
t spent the week-end in Starke, guests Mrs. S. W. Andreu and daughter iinJ J sons, Ralph and Jack were visitors lUiinimatiinn, EarmclMV T"ULtllld.tLuID' In the Bradford County Telegraph "
'f" Miss Wilma Blanchard and Volley ; hugo and for INiln. Tandy tin l boxer oftwelve In said ,,
the Farm liaprr ptihlUhed county and atllili < P
to State
Saturday
itY. of htr mother Mrs.' J. W. Johns, and Reddish as the most up-to-date ]lady Louise, spent the week-end at Worthington even I Bayer TalifiiiBof, Acpirirast few November lath im.Q. .

Thomas. the guests of relatives.S. ing.' ,, W. ALDERMAN
sister Mrs. Mallory (f''''''. lr uggi.ta also sell larger "" *
j. !(, II. O. Rivers was attending to bus- and gentleman "tnckies" of the occasion V. Andreu was in Worthington Mr. and Mrs S. T. !howling and ages. A"(.rin Is the trade m&r.ofM..Ml'.urn (Boat\) O.Clerk A. ClreultBy KNKiHT.: <::0 i

',,)' inese in Lake Butler Wednesday are being highly commended on Thursday. (children Clarke und Dollie, of Lake (liiiyvr. of MOO. F. KNIGHT Deputy Clpr1Io1I.1t0r
their good judgment; After spendinga .IdtC' of $.Uieylioackd fur Complainant. &11-lM-ot-lZ-l
i.. Mrs. Gertrude Moore and little son Eldon Baxter who is employed in Butler were visiting in town Sunday]
) very delightful] two hours, the visitors .
----
: of Miami, spent ]last week here with Alachua spent the week-end herewith afternoon . !
I returned to their
respectivehomes. .
"1 relatives and frineds. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1) Prof 1 hoi'nqut'Ht spent last\ weekend I '

J J. J. Thomas, of New River was in I Baxter.A in Starke with relaliv('fI. ,, (. +
At the box supper given by the ladies Erri
; our section Saturday. birthday the Earl Whitten was a visitor to Starke Fordson. ."t'h'
of the Baptist Sunday school] to party was given at "
y f. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. ColsonSaturday ] '
\ raise funds for the Christmas tree 'I
666 1 is for 1
Colds
a prescription f
Chester Andreu, of New River attended night, the honorees being: ,
presents Friday evening $12 was real- Fever and
ICs
\ LaGrippe. (hemost ,
\It', the party at Jesse. Cason's oni't Misses Rosa Surrency Inez Abernathy -
speedy: remedy we know-
1 1 Thursday night ized.The and Mrs G. B. Colson. Music ..
annual election of officers ol Adv. A .
1WP ,
t Miss Mary Humbel and sinter Mrs. was furnished by the Edison: severalselections _. Ta
Lawtey Lodge 189 F. & A. M.
was rr=::;: alb scale Nadi dada'e0lrF.
motored held last Thursday evening as follows ]- rendered on the piano. Tho Plies Cured In 6 to I
: ] : honorees received ninny beautiful' rrfond money) If PA7O: OlNTMFNTfnll. I
\
; noon. gifts. Cake and chocolate] I.unl/etdn2.HUnl. ;-UnMlfiiil or 1""lrlldlugl'lh"!
were B'rv.I'd
A. II. Harley] W. M. tit,' i Iatel.' t I It,'tilitii lihs. find' you tfii
:
Ij
Mrs. W T. Turner is spending a ;':; : : : 'gnlitl/gam I {,
'. II. C. Padgett, S. W. at a late hour by Mesdames G. 13. .lfnli sa eC rte r4 j .o.l'lbtrytt r
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while in Live Oak of her - -
guest son,
C. Dinkins J. W. Colson and I. W. Pinholster. Those ; .
.1 R. J. Turner. present on this occasion were Missel
W. F. Godwin, Treasurer. Are You a Weak
Joe fowling was transacting business
'j Rosa and Vera
E. B. Wells, Secretary.Rev. Surrency, of LaCrosse

in New River Saturday. K.I} I'. Boyer, chaplain.Geo. Eunice Ilazen, Mamie and Willie Mae and Ailing; Woman ?

Mrs. P. S. Crews spent Tuesday and Oliver, IVarl Greene of Pine Hill
F. Young S. I D. ,
/ Beauty and Health Go Hand in (Hand
; t4 J Wednesday' with her Mr. and
parents Mona
: R. M. Tracey, J. D. arid Leila Mae Aridreu, Thelma
II. O. Rivers. Thomas 1-jrt Ilinmiifl. Ky.- "Soveriil:; yiurnitc
and Inez Abernathy, Messrs.'
L. A. Marr, S. S. mmy&
rtfrs.' I).' Crews was a business' visitor Fred Hazen 1 laud iM'foino w> I.oor| and weak' from
Lewis Shrlver Frwl 1 and
J. L. Ilarrell, J. S. trvtil' >le of a f'millillthU'lu"'r, that I
River Saturday afternoon. Jesse Reddish Tyler. Jd'(> Greene, of Pine (Hill, Hand Crews co'ldllol wail' around, :J in my room willim1 %&

j iii X, A ]large crowd ntttendud the cane Eldon Baxter of Alachua, Claude < luiMniK to the fiirinliirn; ; or IIIIVIIIKui

'';9)t grinding at the home of U. F. RenfroeThursday KKOOKRItIJrooker Crosby, Ralph Hazen, John Pinhol- a, uiiito luMwt ui<>. l vim air nervous
at I limes I could I hardly ciul.im nny' one
,': ;
"J\ night. liter and Percy Moody and Willie Cey. wAlkintt iirrowj l tliu fl.xir 1 finally I Iaa'gtntr : '

'[\ 'n J| Mr. and Mrs, Gurney Crews and ))('c. 1G.-Messrs. ]M. P. Ions of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs J.V.. kmg: 1'r I'erl. 'ft's 1'avtiriii. I'nwiiij'lion, ; 'a<

.';, 'ton, John, of Miami spent last week i Matheny and J. D. Baxter spent Saturday Pinholster, Jr., Mrs. Geo. Faircloth, and in tlimi. fniinUiH' tune'' I itaintHl) 29pnnuis. ( Henry

;;. ere with relatives and friends. of Jacksonville.The | \ | 1 t'nlltlllll4lIlL"in' lint incilii'ina
f I transacting business in Lake
.t until. 1 was untirrly will I. Dr. 14ena'efavorite
,' Butler. 13. Y. P. U. have arranged a ,...... i"'rl"illl.v_ Hiivt1*! my Ford

;' I.AWTEY program and tree for Xmas. The life."-M 1'tI. ]hors .I\II 1..Ir'r.| | .IS Oak !Ht.lli'iillli r

0- rateln cbHlrnxtorca .Tarts program was arranged by the must in'l"lflt"ll[ to you Do
two
,+1 Lawtey, Dec. 26.-Mrs. V. R. ,R.Ii : not lu'itli'vt it. OliUtin ,linn, I'riwnption, .
Ish Christmas in vitality sac moray by purifying and ''t I leaders who have the work in charge.R. of Dr. l'illr.'II"ow., in bgnid| l or tiifilrln./' Was Right 1 ,
,: was chopping P
;' i rlflilnU! the blixid. You can iinin I""liI.f tningia A. Weeks spent the first of the from your, rtiKKixt l : : tire.lIoJ Kki for I trial)
\ tarke Saturday. ...,tit 1 jvUorauntf C': "'In. riAn I ir. '
week attending to business in Jack [nkic./; of lul>I'IH to I'lcTce'M Iiivulidn'
I"I'" ',.i- sonville. I Ilolul in llufTulo, N. Y, or writo fur Jr,., 'r 4 ( When ;
"' tile. h'sl] nilvii-e.,
i : :, 'V Fred Ilazen Is attending to business ,/

in Jacksonville with this week No Worm in m Healthy ChildAll He Said-

Mrs. Connelly of Center Pond, is children) troubled with Wurrni have" an unhealthy

t a'; visiting her sinter Mrs Tiercy Roberts color, wlik.b Indicate poor' blond, and sac
MotoristsAre ruin, them l Is mine or' l Inn atumach dlaturbanuo." 'The Tractor will enable the farmer to
this week.
.
1 .KOVfcS TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given Kllu.larly
Mrs S. J. Kelly is having her home fur two or time. weeks will ranch. the bl od. work fewer hours in the day giving him

recovered this week Messrs. J. D. rn\nt ImiirovotliedlimtloD.aodaotaiailnueralStroDilfli-\ Tmlc la the whole,,,.'''m. Nature will then more lime to enjoy life. I believe the trace

at the end of their wits to know Baxter and C. W. Colson are doingthe I Ihniw perle.tbsalh offor dlmwl. Plea.aslat.ke the. worma,.nd.the- 760 Child per will bottle.IwUi tor will make farming what it ought to be
work.

''I' where:: they can have the repair workon G. n. Colson was a visitor to Lake - - -the mod pleasant, the most healthful

their car properly done-how to City Sunday. JOHN uxjmmt.WJIlTE&.CO. the most profitable basinets, on earth'."


t avoid the absolute butchery that is of- HAMPTON: ....-.... : This tractor has done much-very muchin -

wZw' 'a' t bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in

ten inflicted upon cars by incompetentpersons Hampton n..<,. J<5.--The Masonic err it is u machine which has harnessed one of

who hang out a sign and call lodge met Friday evening, Dec 9th, Bav Furs the most dependable, efficient, adaptable,

themselves "motor mechanics." for the purpose of electing their officers economical sources of power in the worlda -

for the ensuing year Officers die Quinine ,... Dot hot Affect TM. 'leLf machine that from
saves thirty to fifty '
elected] an follows: "Fl yiiw> rf Its limtr and InxMivn .".-t. LrtXA-
4s This garage offers you the opportunity W. M., A. A. Durden.S. llVf.: IIKOMO without UUININK: Tabirtn) ran !... taanoay per cent of the farmer's time a machine
anyunr r auht rii-rnHiiiiiMn or rlntlln,
{I; to have repairs made in the W., D. W. Moore.J. In tlio litad. b.W.Gk: (>V.SaUoalureoalj.ix W:, which many farmers claim plows, harrowsor
your
proper W., J. F. Johnson. drills as much ground in the same timeas
manner by mechanics who do know Treasurer F. E. To Stop a Cough 'Quick
Henry take four, sits or even eight horses.; And morea

their business and who have long since The Secretary home C. E. Harper cough medicine HAYES' which HEALING stops the HONEYR cough by a machine that takes care of every power
of Mrs. J, .
W. Hagan .
wa jealing the Inflamed and irritated tUnuna. tho farm.
passed the experimental Stages in mo- the scene of an enjoyable affair Tuesday I A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE job on

Dec. 6th, when her son, Johnny SALVE for Client Cold. Head Colds and Call and let's talk it over
or
tor mechanics. I U telephone or
enclosed
entertained number Croup with every bottle of
a of his
honor friends In If A YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve drop us a card and we will brine the facts to you

You only for the actual time hon- of his twelfth birthday. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof

pay eating games were played In Int"r"I' children suffering from a Gold or Croup

Herbert Durden was the winner. The.hralln*effort of Harea lleallnil Honoy la-
estly consumed in the work. able the throat:amblaed, with the liealloa. rn":cl of ".
dining room was tastefully decorateda (...,.,. r Oreo-Irate Halve tbmutfb the Woe of II'" a

color scheme of green and I the sale anon atopaa oouilli.fluth ,. .. ', '
pink I
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renMrilre. .re pat'ked In one carton and theant .
rl being carried out. Potted ferns and of the ctmbiaed treatment iSa. g

BATTERIES roses were used in profusion. The wjiut ask your drugfcMut for HAYES1

h EPAIRED Smith's ( dining/ table was centered with a ]large/ HEALING liON!:.Y. . --
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1, [LECHARCED EBUILT fiarageSTARKE (| white candles.cake At, the carrying conclusion twelve cake lighted/, can. - --


dy and punch was served. Mrs. Ha- 666Will

; FLORIDA ran was assisted in entertaining by J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. l

Mrs. William and her sister, Mrs. ..
Hannah Swindel, of Starke. break a Cold. Fever and AUTHORIZED

J. J. Collins of Grippe quicker than anything Ford andFordson DealerSTARKE
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'of Wauthula] Hardee county and i I.,snot Mrs. Annie Register, Treasurer. success something that ;your children the reptile and his face near the | that the poison had affected his
\ Bradford County' Telegraph Ii'readers, for grand stand play r Mrs. Ethel Chastain, Conductress. will remember with pleasure for and throat and although he eyes.
when
f ;'t\I I of screen wire front of the cage wariously '.
members editorial:
I to please any Miss Georgia Associate to
Epperson come
years
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the snake struck at him BO hard that ] ill, he expected him to ret
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1 Published weekly'and' entered i as .mutual admiration society. Conductress. The entertainment will Le given at poison from its fangs dashed into the The snake which had nine rattle
at the post The contestants were free to pick Gospel service ut the tent in the the schoolhouse Friday evening, Dec.
I second class matter,
I eyes of its tormentor. Dr. Fenn, who holoroformcd and preserved in
t out the, numbers of their papers possessing park this week. 23rd, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.' There a
Florida.
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"J I office at Slarke, was called to treat the man, found hoi.i .
} 1 1rf rpccial; value; Bro. Goolsby] Mr. and !Mri-. T II. Rimes, of Mil- will be a beautiful tree, and the pub-

I 'r I E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner [ nlmply+ took the first copy at hand, ler, motored to Lake Butler Saturday. 'lic is invited' to put presents on it for -

__ for the issues of the Advocate are Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was a their friends. A hearty invitation is
I "" of St. Peterburir *- I'singularly uniform both In appear- visitor to Lake Butler Saturday.D. extended to all to attend. i Trappers Hunters and Cattlemen .
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llp-jrod man
r A mid ,
< lance and
departments and excellence E, Knight, of Starke, motored Sincerely,
d :. ) found a ten I In his Bi-j! I'Iof I
,,1 the other dullu'leiIl' thinks his I contents. We congratulate him on ]here ]last week. ERNEST THORNQUEST :

:j i ids moat have put it there when his achevement; he worked for superiority Kev. J. D. Major )* attending conference Principal. ,
mother and, it has been ,
the acknowledged.HELP this week. .
It r she KSMhim, then a young man Zoo. It is
JZev. S. S. Proctor received At Cocoa I am establishing a my desire to Ie.I .
i Bible., Nuf ced. a teleJ J I A convict of the Orange county
EDUCATE YOUR CHIDREN !. for this Zoo kind of native wild animal
I i gram Saturday afternoon stating his'''camp I cure every such aa
I near Lake Oa: has been seriooi1 ;: I
t has been nephew, A. II. Hancock, of Doe Run Deer Wild Cat Coons Alligators Snakes of all
k It Is said that peaco declared I IGa. ill as a result of receiving ir the I j I Bears kinds,
fr S S:'; l between England and Ireland ., had died. :Mr. Proctor left Sat- ,,eyes' a charge of rattlesnake f'ton: and all kinds of fowls and bird
that the latter country has been Fathers and mothers who have children urday evening for that place to attend : which what have for
and in an enraged reptile hur'e\t at Write me you or can get me, and your
school should help them with the funeral which took
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autonomy. This means that place Sunday
granted him last week. Another convict
their lessons. Often the captured price and I will appreciate the same very much.
parents afternoon. Mr.
Hancock had
the Irish will fight among: themselves visited the snake and placed it In a eaeThe
until they get tired, when they will from knowing the children intimately relatives in Lake Butler many times : man who was injured wra teasing GUS C. EDWARDS, COCOA, FLORIDA
pain tackle England. There is no are able to show them how to solve and his friends here will be sad to

,i : r r IJ, such word as peace in the Irish dictionary problems, which the teachers, with learn of his death.J. I - --

the limited time at their disposal, and S. Howard, of Dukes' motored to

ii. 1 r f1r I ignorant of the peculiarities of some town Tuesday morning.\ I

1r fo ,, In Sumter county the other day, a i pupils, are unable to do. Many chil- The ladies of the Methodist church z
.
man was killed by another for calling dren suffer from selfconsciousnesswhen will hold a bazaar at he club room >

him an "old man." If it has really under the eyes of the teachers Friday afternoon and a chicken supper Coi1Headquarters
become crime and 'become confused. In the family Friday evening. .
i rr'ti a disgrace or to be old,
a r, then Dr. Osier was right when he circle they arc calm and have a firm Mark Tomlin, of Johnstown, was

fs w Y recommended that every man should hold on their wits. Some children are in Lake Butler Saturday.

4 be Jholorformcd: when he reached six. unfortunate enough to not receive assistance Mr. McCall, of Guilford, motoredto I

u ''q 'r o,\ ty years of age. The greatest crime from their parents because Lake Butler Saturday. for .

of many old men is that they support parents themselves have had no I'I'th& Mr Howard, of Ludiwici, Ga., was
,'' r able-bodied sons who will not work. schooling. This is bad nough; but it ,the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mann this

'e The murderer in the case! cited was }is worse yet when such parents week. -

t probably a never-to-well who lived on clare that what is taught the de-I'' Math Dukes, of Dukes, was in town
r i )his father's bounty, 1 is not essential. This is a doctrine !Sunday. Santa ClausDo

+ Sri" :that the children will readily] embrace, Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, visited

William Jennings Bryan is in a terrible -(/with the result of slow progress and relatives in town Sunday. l

il, at against the Darwinian evolution poor attendance.Our Misses Ruby Proctor and Norma
i', rate theory, and will try to have the school curriculum may not be Dekle spent the week-end at the home your Christmas shopping at our store. a v,

k rJ'1 s next Florida legislature pass a law perfect but is tho best devised so of Mr. and Mrs 1', P. Dekle, of Five

''i to forbid the teaching of it in the far. Some problems especially in Mile.Romie Here you will find many gifts to select from ,

t schools of the state. He failed to cvo arithmetic, seem needless, but they Dekle motored to Five Mile

lute into a president, and the part of are intended to develop the thinking Saturday.

the theory which deals with "the survival powers of the children and concentration Olen] Hale was a business visitor Thermos Bottles Rifles
of the Attest" must be especial of mind, just as their'play' develops to town Saturday.Mrs. .

t ly obnoxious to him. lie need] not their muscles. To the untaught J. E. Maine visited in Jack- Thermos Jugs Shotguns ii

take things no seriously, for no one / grammar appears an pure sonville last Friday. .
a with any judgment believes in Darwinian nonesense, yet it Is the foundation upon Mrs. Susie Townsend visited her Pocket Knives 0 Hunting Clothes .

'' aj H' evolution, but the survival of which the language Is, built. and daughter, Mrs. J. D. Alderman, of t

i the fittest i Is acknowledged on every inability to use good English/ will Jacksonville, Friday. Safety Razors m Fishing Tackle

+ hand..;-and he might as well acknowl- hamper us all through life. If you Mrs H. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry, } ;

edge I it, too. cannot help your child, at least do accompanied by Miss Sheally of Flo Ingersoll Watches Basket Balls ipy
not make matters' worse by belittlingthe rahome spent the week-end at home.

i That old 1 fire-eater' Senator Tom benefit' of the school work. I A. E. Proctor. was a visitor to Sapp Roller Skates Tennis Rackets

Watson, of Gco'K'a' sub, tile other day Teachers are poorly paid in pro- I Tu!' da)'. .

r y +/ threatened to slap an army officer in poriton to the importance of their Steve Cason, of New River, wan Lveready Flashlights Baseball Goods . I
1 i + the fare for staring at him in an iso- work and have the most unthankful looking after business affairs here on (

t lent ,.,"tier, during\ the now famous occupation of all. Don't add to their Saturday Marbles Punching Bags f

t 1f I r rf investigation about alleged bad treatment burden by working against/ them in Messrs. Joe Dowlmg, Dock' Crews

i of our soldiers in France. Well, I any way, but try to help them' all you and son, Gurney, of New River, motored tr B. B. Rifles Boxing Gloves !
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", J +, hut'would' the senator have. A "sol can. Their path is full of thorns and to town Saturday. '
the roses are few.' A little .

# ', and dierly overbearing,hl'arlnindud'a\ demeanor a and truculent an insolent than shown them, if in no other appreciation way CHRISTMAS IS COMING \I TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!! a aC =+
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{ y ::) utare-they have to "look their I by impressing on the children the '
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r i t calling! ," Vet, hereafter, when an officer value of education, urging them to dotheir See DeWitt C. Jones big adv. You s e }i

ia around Tom Watson he will best and to attend school regularly / will find what you want there In a r We have a complete line of GOOD Toys at the right

probably temper the brims of his i] will be thankfully acknowledged present for your father, mother, sister the children in and let them :w
+ by the teachers prices. Bring pick out -
1 d Tom Watson have their uses, even if Don't miss reading it. what they want Santa Claus to bring them. A com
r they bad'k up tho wrong tree nt tines.i LAKE BUTLER I
plete line of Kiddie Cars Automobile Wagons Ve-
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Hate been to the sale atRternberg'i
you
i : According to the Lake City Reporter Lake Butler' Doc. 1C-A box
, supper
: i { tho l housing problem in Lake City will be given at the club room Monday /! ? locipedes, etc.FIREWORKS'. i

i I'I'i'l' ia Berlotm. There is not house room evening for the benefit of the school.. TO OLD SANTA-- ;

h S i' i for all the families there, some must Willie Rielling! spent Sunday at hiM A sM

v)* : live in tents, and many from elsewhere ]home at Miller. Lake Butler, Fla.,
r who would like to spend the Tommie Chancey, who hoi been .,
December r-
t 9 1921.
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at t t! , ,winter in that good old Florida town working! at Gainesville, returned home Mr. Santa Claus e- (
1 J, j ) are turned away, from lack of> accom Sunday Dear Santa, will: you please bring ; Our fireworks stand will be open three days before \

, , t modation. Starke', if it is not already Mrs Jane Croft ,left ]last week fora 'me a doll with ]long, curly' hair, and! > Xmas. We have a complete line.
in in similar dilemma, will noun) he. We visit with relatives' at Fort Meade j
I will
\\1 go to Bleep, and a box of dainty
recommend that number of Mrs.
a new cote Brady Brown and children
water paint. Bring me a cradle for b
(. taRN! bo built, as this is essential for spent the week-end at their home at I my doll, two little willow chairs and : CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY
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i keeplngup Miller.
our present population and
\ I table and
: { rockinsr chair. Bring me a
I,J'. I ',' adding\ to it. If the uncertainty of Misses Alberta and Lola Bielling (box of sparklers \
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',. being able to rent or sell new residences and brother, Rollie, spent the weekend -;
I,, to' IRENE McCALL. -
q \ has hitherto been a valid, l'ellson'' at their' home in Providence. I

is for not building\ here) thin can no longer Johnnie Nichols returned lust week I Dear Santa Claus:

?, iI J :, be a deterrent. Wo hopS that as from Michigan, and will spend the
( Please
bring me a doll with ]long,
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x )',;"-I,;.' are soon completed as the present and the building workmen project disengaged winter Mrs.\ at P. his M. Padgett home' here'is visiting rela I I,golden, hair, and will go to sleep[ anda ) _______n______ ______u__ n_ _. n__ __n'n ___ _ _________ __ ___, __. ___ __ _
-'i." pair of bedroom slippers, a box of
1 I, they will immediately be reemployed tives at Holly Hill, S. C. (I I
I ii M1 ,. dainty water paint and a cradle fur. ,
/ in the erection! of new cot Lake Butler ''
people were made to'
: ,''. my doll. Bring\ me a box of spark
tages.
,' feel sad last Thursday evening when lers.

,..g i 4 :''to::(.. There Is probably place In Florida they learned of the death of Miss MILDRED McCALL.
no Belle
Townsend, who died at her home Jewelry Makes the Ideal
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where the efforts of
a of
newspaper
pneumonia. She
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.1 so evidenced' as in Green days developed ,
pneumonia. She
:t t i, I t ;1.-..;; Cove springs ir our readers tea any loved by all who knew her, for was her: To the Patrons of the Raiford School]: j I Christmas Git
\ thing in the Times they like (
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f they never kind and
s I << fail to I Christian! life; Miss Bell, Dear Patrons-Your children have ,
;' M1'' ,; express their appreciation | was a member of the Baptist church. instated that our school give a Christ- j
: to the
A editor. If they
; see
3 anything The entire
a ,.' they don't like I town extend deepest sympathy mas entertainment. But now quite a'<
1 they charge it up to to '
i the sorrowing\ family. few of the i
younger pupils are saying -
the editor's
i ignorance and
say nothing The funeral services were conducted| | "I can't be there because the
ff about it. Nobody ever tries' to at Dekle IN civilzed nation of the globe jewelry is recognized the ideal
: 1 cemetery' by Rev. S. S. Proc forks are not going." You r every a*
s .tt j Ii", whip the editor, for all of which wore tor. that if can understand -' gift for relative or close friend at Christmas time. There i is no real +
: you neglect helping,
devoutly thankful.. It is that take its place.
4'n' t Mr joy to a real Sinclair Townsend visited' his parents the entertainment cannot be the suc r substitute-nothing can li

,t i 1 :- community run for a newspaper such a people.in -such Green air Mr. and Mrs Joe Townsend, last cess you want for the children. 'We' Make it jewelry this Christmas. Give something that will be both useful -
week.
,I, Cove Times. Thrice blessed is Green teachers are freely willing to do the ) and ornamental, and yet be an object of lasting pleasure to the:re-
1 Cove Lake Butler basket ball team played extra work it means for us in order cipient. rr
I for being ..
one hundred :
years Alachua ,' p.
team last that "
Friday afternoon your children may be made happy
ahead of other communities. If the at Alachua. Several cars load There is no personal benefit what- :; 0' ,At our store you will find a carefully selected and complete stock of )

r lamb lion public lies' down with the editoru! ed with young people] motored to gee ever in it to us. | jewelry suitable for holiday remembrances. You can buy an expensive -
M in Green Cove, it wouldleem the : suited the modest
w game Surely you want children 'to present, or one to most purse. But whatever it
that Starke, being the nearest town Lake Butler chapter No. 40, O. K. have the opportunity your to celebrate is, it will be the real article and not an imitation. The only thing
to it that has a newspaper, would be S. .' about this stock is the which
k met in regular session Friday nrd Christmas happily? No such "cheap" price at we are selling it. The
4; next in opportunity
line for
promotion. However, the prices low--very low this w
are
e following officers war elected: will\ be afforded except through year.
do .
4 we not for that
pray day to come ,
\ -we would not feel right if praised. Mrs. Stella 1'rlost'r, Worthy Ma our school as there is no Sunday The "once over" is all you need to satisfy your mind a* to the advise
I school Jn position,to do it. Therefore it .1-
of
7! As long us our renders are silent, that' tron.Mr.. tability "making jewelry.
f Forrest Wise, 1
is all the praise we care for Worthy Patron. I beg you to enter heartily into'our' '0,
i Matron.Mrs. Ollie Epperson, Assistant plans, furnish your children the small Wrist Watches Waltham Hamilton and Elgin.

sum of money necessary, plan to attend
GOOD WORK KK\VAIU:i>
Mrs Ella Strickland, Secretary.E. and let us make it a worthy md
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and
1 of Waurhula, should win the pain killer for infected]

I first prize for his Advocate, as the tetter sprains neuralgia,
best all-round paper of the Florida) 0 K, FERRYMAN matism.' -Adv. U.D.MINER.-

weeklies entered in the recent newspaper ATTORNFY-AT LAW -, , 8oreS'1 I :::

1 contestfle has always strivx' j'ST, RKE'J1'LORUJ; A Only One "BROMO j ,; . ....,
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en to make thi.'Advoeate a real news-. / i To ( the r-aulnt.citt for '''II same "
.. riVhIIKOMOal'ININE.' I.ookfor. clltC'
", paper. His editorials are for the good I. W.(;ltO"K, ..rn. Cold: In 0"01>". C'I''
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FRIDAY1. DECEMBER 16, ) . BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARK_ F,Llil1llA '( ','" ,, ", PAGE FIVK
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-- J. F. Colley)] left Wednesday :for EI. ear, with a bell. Will pay a Teward .- 21.2S-4C h{
acres cleared! who.will build rest Fla.]
lington, where he will be In business U. A. Newsom Starke ii-9-tf.
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deuce mid Improve the farm for 1
c rl'ntnl 1). n' Starke Fla. SEEDS-Big new :Sprlrtfc catalog a
Bits of Local ><& Have you been to the sale aStern FOR SALE-One double barnipj 20\ 11.25.4t.WANTEIpurchaser. Knight, revelation] to the beginner and a
berg's? gauge hammerlcsa] L. C. Smith shot 1 -,. reference book for the practical
Will Roll cheap. Apply to I
gun. for 2 1.4 acresof trucker. Send name and address
Fred W. Lagcj-gren, of Plant City, Geo. A. Gardiner, Starke. 12-0-tf land and
1f Information I, good o room dwelling, today for your copy which will) soon
Is visiting relatives in Starke. 111" font p'Jmpf good be Seed Co. Plant
WANTED-Renter for good farm 40 I lake Bailor. ,. water, In ready. Kilgore ,
?..e..At/ Off T..I.. >1..M.as ..Jr'etf I E Knlht, Starke, City Fla.] 1225t.
r ar w 6..w ..d 1..r. jl Over a quarter of a million well.
known men and women from different

4'__ ....-." --T- -- parts of the country have signed written J(1UilQHlW ;)CiDit1! endorsements for Tanlac. Tur
Get your salt at Bryan's.B. i come home Sunday to spend the holidays ner's Drug Store. ;;:
with their parents, Mr.. and Mrs t

F. Renfroe of New River, was F. A. Scott.Ballard's MASONS HOLD ANNUAL ELEC.TION Old Santa Has Arrived (

in town Saturday.! I AND BANQUET at
I Flour is the best of all. I'
Have you been to the sale at It's at Bryan's. Monday night being the regular

Stern. here's? x annual election night and banquet for **

I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight, of Buffalo Bradford Lodge No. 35. F. & A. M.,
A, nice line of Christmas toys atBryan's.
N. Y., have come to Starke to a large numlxr-of the members and SHRIVER'Sr
I make their home, and have purchase! visitors from other lodges of the
the Paul E. Canova farm between county Wl'Te'Ju'l'8'nt. work in the mas-
of all kinds for all
Toys can
ages '
Starke and Heilbronn Springs. ter's degree and banquet proving tobe ,
be found at Darby's store.
strong drawing cards.

Fulgrum seed outs at Bryan's. Let's go to Fred Tallman for good< After the routine business had been Bring the children to our toy counter. It will be

j' work and low prices, on all kinds of: disposed of, election of officers for the them. There

t' Have you been to the sale atSlernberg's work. All work done satisfactorily ensuing year was taken up, resulting Ej, a great treat to is no end to the little i
Motto Mack's old stand. as follows:
that will be
? inexpensive things
; L. G. Powell, W. M. a continuous source r

Have been to the sale at F. L. Turner, S. W. i of them. "
From now until Xmas, you can buy you W. C. Powell) J. W. delight to
any article in my store at 10 percent Sternbergs! ?
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F. F. Stump, Treasurer.E. .
,' off Shoes, men's huts, clothing. I II )
I 'Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, wasa W. Hayes, Secretary. .
A. J. Thomas S. D. But don't' Our is well stocked
at store with
r E. Frank Chase, of Jack.onville,1 visitor here Wednesday, and whilein stop toys. use r
J. L. Peek J. D.
|has been in Starke during the wl'ek' town attended the.meeting of the ,
G. M. Sistrunk S. S. ( ful for of all and conditions
.?looking after his interests here. Woman's Club held at the residence gifts people ages ---gifts that fur- :
J. W. Andrews, Jr., J. S. g
of Mrs. J. C. Robinson.
: Look over the line of Glassware at G. W. Snellgrove, Tyler.L. nish great joy and yet are moderate in price.

|DarbY'a, before making your selecgtions That good old Ballard's Flour at W. Kickliter Chaplain.Dr. 0i
for Christmas presents. Bryan's.A. Bullen, pastor of the First Bapist .
"!.Y ti church, was present, and extended t i
':' .Ys C. Roland and family, of Crock. an invitation to the lodge to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone left
. ett, Texas, have bought a farm north services at his church Sunday evening g
/ {Monday for points in South Florida, .ThSh-
[where they will spend the winter. of.Starke and will make it their home. Dec. 25th. The Invitation was CompanyBrooker :'
"We welcome them among our citizen unanimously accepted, and members ,
I if Masonic lodges elsewhere invited .
are )
ship.
All kinds of fire works at Bryan's.Mrs. 1
,' : to meet with Bradford Lodgeat i' '

"I!l: J. F. Colley returned home You can't work well without a good 7 p. m. at the lodge rooms and ; Fla., .1... .t
y'' last week from a visit in Ocala with point on your plow iand; to get a good march in a body to the church.A .: l\\

'j'I her aunt, Mrs. Weaver point let Fred Tallman put it on for generous donation was made the 1
you. Mose Mack's old stand. Thildren's Home Society of Jacksonville ""
i Tanlac's best advertising comes at this and the preceding'mect- gIijJDIIItD.( ) > RD! 1001mmlD0QIDttl>lm1mmtruOlIIIIIJOOI1DmIDmtDmmtD1Dcnmtll/ ; ::) m \JIO t

j&'ji I from people who have actually used Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, Billy Ing.
ft,; It. Turner's Drug Store. who have been visiting at the home of At 11 o'clock the members and vis- 1 1lCImII: Dm I.ll DJmDIDJl1IIiDIHOOI1OOlIDCDtDlDID.IIHIW1IJ)1mID! !! ltDtDtDtDmmmmmmmmmmmmwmtDGII: > Qmmmmlll.lln mllJlDll] 4,i ,'t her parents, Dr. and Mrs.' J. C. Wills, Itors were seated at the Juanita Cafe;

: ;4' For HIM-Xmas Gifts of quality. have returned to their home in Dins- to partake of another of the banquets stt' Qc,
11. Everything in Men's Furnishing atJ"l. more. that have made this popular (cafe fa a p;

!; M. Alvarez's. You save 10 percent. mous. Serving in courses, nothingwas
/:. You will find gifts that will be appreciated left] undone by the management Why Not Bank ;

fc-;' Phone 19, Wynn's Market, for at J. M. Alvarez's. to satisfy the appetites of the hungry a Bookt.i
''J' men.
)dressed chickens for your Xmas din. ,
nero Also Pork hams. ll-10-2t. Everything for your fruit cake at ,
Bryan's. Automobile license tags are now ;:;
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'. A nice line of Christmas toys at ready at the comptroller's 'office, Tal- ', For Christmas? :
'/Bryan's. "Now is the time to subscribe" Begin ahassee. Attend to this little matter : ,

-.".'"',' the New Year right by subscribing before January 1st and avoid trouble I "..

Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop returned I for the Bradford County Telegraph '
*' Orlando It gives the news, the information Robert Cone has sold his residence
| first of the week from 'I
where several and the ideas Only $2 per on Tenth street to A. II. Schilke, of
days.Sec
i: they spent -
IIIkhlJ.'an.fr.! Schilke is would like better than 1
year. busy moving CAN you conceive of anything your son or daughter

r{ | Bryan about your fertilizer. into his new purchase with his 1: to receive a nice new bank book on Christmas morning, arid 1 reali/e that he or .
| Take a look at Bryan's shoes family. Mr. Cone and family have of bank ... like
i I ': she is tuddendly and unexpectedly possessed a account "just :
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moved to the southwestern
(Buy Christmas seals from the local portion o( .,."
Mrs.' J. L. Peek and children Clara Stark grown-ups .
.nmittee and help the Florida Pub- I ( I. I i
Ie Health Association in their work Louise and Julian, Jr., have returned : Think of the incentive it would be to the young one to save, and accumulate,
against the White Plague. from Palm Beach, where they spent Succumbing to the abdominal wound
and watch it
"/| : several weeks on account of the illness received Tuesday night while drug1 f: grow. I a

}, Darby has a splendid line of books of Mrs. Peck's mother, Mrs Ot- ('ling with Ray Johnson, of Tampa, Think, also of the valuable lesson of life it would be to a child or a young ,.
.tillable for Christmas present. well. for the possession of Johnson's revolver :
man, or a girl y,
rI( "" Horace Alien died at Gordon : ':

,1<'<#">'I-.JSeal: your Christmas mail ,with the Have you been to the Hale at Keller hospital. Johnson, who claims '::I Think' of all of these things-.then make the deposit and get the book. .

j stamp of health and help in the light Stern berg's? to have found Allen under the bed of 1 I Ihi8 : "
,;gainst tuberculosis.. home upon returning from work I:t I I
I/J;. ,,: __ I Bryan Keeps everything in the feed Tuesday night, is being held in the ::t II I
;.(CiJ. C. Manning and family and John' line. county jail without bond. :

|i.Thornton' and family motored to Jack- t: BANK OF STARKEI CI
|,:nonville Sunday to meet relatives and Captain J. T. Hickey has sold his Colds Cause Urip and influenza I

I: friends. farm, a short distance southeast of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:Tibleta remove Un :I I i fah
Starke, to Mr. Brownlpc, of New Jer CAU.. There IB only en.'r'"* Oululr' !I It The Hank of Helpful Service. '
j1 ;.W GROVE'S: .'''''e".M nn ho*. IlL'
fine line of candy at Bryan's.w. sey. The new owner is well pleased .
I, : ______________________ I' with his purchase and will live here y I I od! Mif'l

)' M. L. Smith returned Monday' with his family. Mr. Brownlee is a wARalxill! fOl IDiZ0T0lpIDID0lN1atll1D10190f0iiDOlt00ftfOf0110Ip1U0701Jt1: ) / / .) )IIIIJIC"Jlm"fDWfUfllf1lIDWmmmmlDlllwlllnwtDWCIII: !: ( ,

\ Orlando, where he attended the Jeweler is a jeweler and may start a FENT-A4OR1WANTED-Purchaser [ ..._ 1 ..ylA'
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: ,,a Dual conference of the Methodist jewelry! store in Starke. .
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Fireworks Bryan's.
Ii enty million people have taken

, ad with the most gratifying re- Rev. F. B. Johns, besides looking to
Turner's Drug Store. the spiritual welfare of the for one or two
has supplied the market with people excel., Fla.rood mules. D. E. Knight,11.25.4t.Starke, WHAT FOR CHRISTMAS?

aby dolls and doll babies at lent country sausage "for the stom

Kit's. ach's sake." He has many hogs on WANTED-Renter for-small-farm- ;

his new River farm and they have had either sure rent or part of crop. D. -
ellis V. Knight is expected home access to acorns and hickory 'nuts, E. Knight, Starke, Fla. ll-2S-4t. WE SUGGEST
week from Emory University, besides corn and pinders, which givesa
nta, Ga., to spend the holidays fine flavor to the pork products. WANTED-Salesman] with car to call ,
his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. on dealers with a low priced 6,000

ht. When in need of Shoes, see Bryan. mile fabric and 10,000 mile cord tire -

L He has a nice line at low prices for $100 a week with extra commissions I For Women--- ': \ For Men---
Bryan's line of Christmas hand- ladies, met) and children. Universal Tire & Rubber Co., Michigan ,: ; I

hiefs and stationery. City, Indiana It* ' ''
A A Christmas gift appreciated by old A TOILET SETCOMPLEXION :. PIPES; AND 1OIIACCOH) .
jfU that will please old and young, and young-the Bradford County WANTED-Trade good farms for ; SPECIALTIES :: ' WAitS t

m i\women and children, are on dis- Tt.lt>graph. A year's subscriptioncosts town or city property. D. E. Knight IVOKV TOILET WAitE i 1 I, (,; CIGARETTES '
pl at Darby's. only $2. Starke, Fla.] 11-25-41 CUT GLASSFINE SAFETY' RAZORS/
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WANTED-Renters for PERFUMES .1. 8IIAV1NC MIRRORS '
farms
good ,
your Christmas Gifts at J. M. The members of the Telegraphforce who will pay rents by Improving MANICURE SETS ;, FOUNTAIN PENS
Al ex's. 10 per cent oft all goods. are experts at guessing the D. E.. STATIONERYCHINA (:OM) ANTI SILVER: PENCILSr.'ENTI.KMKN'S
property. Knight Starke, i. .
,' 1. meaning of bizarre writing and theycan Fla. ll-25-4t. WAKK :' STATIONARY
, |lire Scott and sister, Miss Doris, also interpret writing in cipher |, WALL, VASES! MILITARY IlKUKIIICB

w t teaching in Ormond, will only that they have no time for it. If WANTED-Representative for fast LAmES PENS AND'ENCILS IVORY COM; IISIVORY
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you are a poor writer, or are in the selling line of auto accessories.. Motion VANITY CASES ItltUSHES!
habit of disguising your letters I.} picture for advertising furnished. '
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ourishes, that you cannot understand $350.00 up per month. Box 2715, i C We have other suitable gifts that well adapted to the
TARRIIAL DEAFNESS yourself after the writing bpcomei St. Joseph, Mich. It* many are require
toe II klly i, HAU./8 relieved. CATARRH bv rormntullonal MKI.WIMSinlltutlontl tr...oti cold, use a typewriter, or ask s .mo- ments of the public. All new stock just from the factories. This affords youa
b r one who writes a ]legible hand *o putit LOST-A little bunch of goats, mark
dot t.tho!. caused t>llnlnir: an Inflamed of; the KtmtautM ron- down: for you. It is no trouble for ed crop split and under bit in each i iNo splendid oyportunity to secure something useful at an economical price.MITCHELL'S .
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) ",..It; ). V'h.t tube I Is Inflamed us to find matter to "fill up" with, and
:you ,fera>v* a nimblinif" Sound or Imp rfeet
hear i ommunlcations hard to read |/ Worms) In a noitiiy Child )
.I.ft\f.\ on,'when 4t l I. entirely closed_ are
ruM-tn*** \\m *he result fnlcn" the Innnnnwtlon : consigned to the viastebasketi) AHchi'd.en' troubiml. with Worms !have an aniwill.ilr DRUG STORE
*n be reduced, your hetrlnrmares > culut, wliu, d indicates pout blow,and..a I'
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the MKHiriNR mucous: nurfnren acts through of the eya-thebl..1 Hemstitching and picoting, all .t:Wfc' .:.,.I-3TH. ..0..1 BfcS C'lll, t "0', ,: ",, _,parr'n ,..... Starke rA. $. Z Stmmt Florida

a Natur.reducing In the restoring Inflammation normal con and kinds, 10 cents per yard with thread ..,..wts....' 'Mlpet.iariMtsorrelfSn n"ai',," 'eaetb bbnsl
furnished. Mrs\ L. E. Miner, Starke ,
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i'e' t ----I'UKCIIASIMJ- -- i'Altll I proved: machinery and it is-often di."- 1 Florida who are eligible for this son, were visitors here- Saturday.Mr. Song. Mizpah. earning the .living.

f ficult to harvest the crops and remov s ic. Many of them would be much! Lloyd and family, of Orange When a fellow's sins find him
Fertility of Land ff Importance, l but them from the land by the usual: benefitted by the treatment ]Heights, have moved into our town, THERESSA he i is generally willing to
C go are Living and Social Conditions methods. This is particularly true in in it. It is to be hoped that as manyas I j i also Mr. Powell and family, of .Sampson. - stay ir

loading. hay and grain on steep hill'. possible will avail themselves of Theressa, Dec. 1C.-J. P. Hall, of
The wise election of II farm III vital Smaller loads have to be drawn thanon this offer. Edgar Sparks, of Mounteocha, was Jacksonville, has been visiting relatives The shortest sermons are often t It[;
+ to the succeHS and satisfaction of level land, and it requires more The necessary' blanks which are used a business visitor here Saturday af- and friends here the past week, most effective. They have a
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farm life. Choosing a farrn often time in loading. Such fields can be in applying for this free treatmentmay ternoon. returning to Jacksonville Saturday.C. to fink in.Beware .

b'f means choosing a place, in which to worked, of course, but the cost of pro. I be obtained, upon application to A. Youngblood was attending to
Mrs. : and Eu-
Ray McKinney
} son,
I live and work for a life time. It is im- ducing crops on them is necessarily" the state health officer. business in Palatka Friday.Mr. of the stranger who ffu
her mother Mrs.
gene, are visiting !
portant of course, to decide wisely inbuying higher than on fields where labor andmachlnl'ry I his hand.
Ively offers you He "
Sparks, of Mounteocha.O. and Mrs. Don Packham are receiving ""n'
for Investment, say the United can be more efficiently usI I' GRAHAM ;
in
I to put something it.
+ States department of agriculture, ed. I W. Dyal was a business visitorto congratulations over the arrival you

t fut in making a nrluction for, a home Physical Conditions Graham, Dec. 16.--.1. R. and Mamie Waldo Saturday.The of a son. He has been named

$ "\ it Is doubly important to consider various The physical condition of the soil lieville were business visitors to the Junior Christian Endeavor met George Julian.
features that may have a decided is important. Frequently, even on '('ountyI..at Monday. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Messrs. Albert Beck and Jerry Keenof
the farm business or 30 present, and several visitors. The Hampton, were visiting friends in
bearing on high grade farms, soils get into very' Ed Parrish and Viola Starling were
1i't 1 ," that may make the home life attract poor condition through a few years'':, visitors to Sampson Monday, spending program was well prepared by Aileen I this section Sunday.R. .
Surrency. After the meeting was over C. and daughters,
tive. of mismanagement, such as improper ; the day with relatives. Heiberger
ki t Home and Business lunch was served. All enjoyed be- Louise and of Brooklyn,
tillage or careless" handling. It usual. j John Starling, of Sampson, was a Marguerite,
.fr, The home side of the question must Jy takes several years to correct such' 'business, visitor here Monday. ing present Misses Ethel Byrd and were in our town Sunday. 1 1I 1It

I' ti always be kept in mind for the farm injury, many times resulting/: lit loss (! Jesse Olden was a business visitor Frances Murrhee were toastmistresses. Dave Swindel, of Hampton, was a L

x home and the farm business are In of profit. Then, too the matter of to the county seat Tuesday and Wed visitor here Sunday.

1 r separable. The d desirable farm froma drainage should be looked into, as to nesday.Dr. Messrs. Arthur Brown, E. J. Mur- Miss Ida Hagan returned to her I ,
business standpoint many times f.t Is the natural drainage of the fields first j Cox, of Sampson, was a business J. rhee and Irving Dyal were business home in Palatka Thursday, after visiting :i.11.11I ne1'IId.tltl '
'fit found undesirable if it has no social and second to the possibility of drainIng caller here Tuesday.Mrs. visitors to the county seat Saturday.Rev. relatives here.C. : IliII It j} f.rllll .

4 or community advantages. On the them, if need be, artificially.The j Henry Miller, of Waldo, spent Colonel Crosby will preach at M. Humphrey, of Brooklyn, was II I
> a other hand desirable living conditions experienced farmer in select-I I the week with her daughter, Mrs. the Baptist church Saturday and Sun. In town Sunday.G. I : :

M, s l I: are of little advantage unless supplemented I ing a farm generally looks first! Lewis Matthews I day. C. Lee, Miss Elythe Collins and I Rub It In for

(: by a successful farm business. source and dependability of the water Bob Surrency was a business visitor Mrs. Louie Wasdin left Tuesday Miss Eva Lee, of Lakeside, motoredto I Colds in the Chest, -
if hi ,, ; In selecting a farm it should be supply. He knows that a farm without to Hampton Tuesday. for Windemerc where she.will spend our town Sunday afternoon. Sir Threat nil
Grippe
4 ; borne in mind that it requires a farm : an adequate supply of water is Roy Roberts was a visitor to the the winter.; I Mr. and Mrs P. M. Geiger, of Wal lofluunatioa of Aijr Kind(
'I I business of considerable size to provide i mont undesirable. Attention should county seat Tuesday. The many friends of Miss Ruth do, were visiting friends here Tuesdayand
$:' ,' Y" an income that will merely cover be directed to the quality of the water Mrs. Newn Thomas, of Sampson, Smith are glad to see her home again, I' Wednesday. The meet pure soothe nil.inBtantly In Mexican, 1r net Mustang rate linckly lint

; ; maintenance charges, and that these I the question of whether the sup was here Tuesday enroute to Waldo. after several months absence, teaching I Miss Estelle Woodard was visiting 10 and perurulerlpeNrclrve reduce; swelling of viand in *. N,'l,ldi:,,
trentmv irT
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r I charges are relatively larger for email ply is dependable at all Reasons of Earney Dowling, of Hampton, wasa school near Willeford.D. relatives! in Starke the past week. Diphtheria. Kneurontmtn,Limiting' .K.r+.
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farms than Alarm and the cost of hit. .Cute. Burn .I.-BII nilinemi that
for large ones. the year, to obtaining business caller here Tuesday. J. Byrd was a visitor to Brooker can piiMibly be reached by 1111 txirnml,
G. M. and C. A. Youngblood
a must be of such a size as to furnish it. The cost of upkeep and supply of Simmy Thomas spent Wednesdayat Saturday.Will were remedy. Contain no alcohol-\JOl1S 4
NOT bMART OR STING. 73 .
I 4 most of the supplies needed in the water on a farm is often a big item. Hampton on business. Sloan, of Sampson, spent several In Starke. Saturday.J. business visitorto No home should be wlthuut yenro'. it. autceaa. '
P. Padgett was a
i farmer's living, such as garden und j Messrs. Bob Surrency and B. McKinney days here last week. Starke Doctor Prescribe It-Read Thii .
a fruit, and enough income to pay the FOR TREATMENT OF CANCERCol. Friday. "
were visitors to the
x county Schell Byrd of Plant City, is home M. M. Brinson and George Neal returned Dr.. have pree \,
Unless, I cr.bedyourlMexuclnMustaang!
taxes and running
r A expenses. seat Saturday. I for a few days, visiting his parents. I to their home here last week Jniment fur : 'l: : '.
r however, there is a margin above !. Raymond C. Turck has madean Miss Irene Thomas spent Tuesdayin md the reaultswere enurrlysatafactoty.! '
Mrs. Ttuman Dyal and children and I from Florahome.
1 think
i very highly of it. ,
these annual maintenance charges, no interesting/ announcement regardIng Waldo attending to business.
Miss Avy Starling, of Ziff, Mr. arid Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard entertained
progress can be made toward accumulating the state radium clinic for the Messrs.!! John and Frazier Shaw of FREE WITH....2Be... TRIAL,.. BOTTLE ...t
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Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and children, of a number of their friends Friday ....,.... u._ ...a.ollJ I ..,"U I .".....d,m.wua-1-- '"u". "*
a surplus. treatment of cancer. Brooker, were visitors to our section Waldo, spent Sunday at the home of Music -.,, .In.4i''"'''II.T..' \ ".''n'.. .... .. '". .f.
with chicken
.' Another Feature This clinic, which was established Saturday afternoon. night a pilau. -i 4u llw'v,..............,-ra...5. ."j
a Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal.
and games were enjoyed and at a I
Another feature which the farm about a year ago by Dr. Ralph N. Mrs. Frank Beville, primary teacher l 25c-50c-$1.00:t
Chesley Fogg was a business visitor l. late hour all departed thanking Mr.
?M seeker should see to l is that prospects i Greene, state health officer, and Dr. of our school, spent the week-end to Orange: Heights Thursday. and Mrs. Woodard for their kindness.! Sold by Drug and General Store" r
fJ for crop yields nre more than sufficient i Gerry R. Holden, of Jacksonville, has with her parents at Micanopy. The Junior C. E. will begin Sunday i i Miss Florence Hall left Sunday for 'Th.Good Old Standby Since 1848" \ .
to balance the cost of production up until now treated only cases of Inoperable Earnest McKinney, of Sampson, MEXICAN
h I night/: promptly at 0:45. Ruby Mae Waldo, where she will visit relatives '
a't Soils of low fertility arc handicappedsome cancer in women. Col. Turck spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Jones, leader -
I and friends. :
+ are found to he a positive liability now states that both men and women Lizzie Wynn. Prayer.SongViola. ( MUSTANGLINIMENT
if it Is necessary to farm them. suffering from any form of cancer John Starling, of Sampson, spent :
; Starling. Look into the home life of the fellow -
t 4 i It is well to inquire thoroughly into which can be benefitted by radium, Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Ed. Recitations by Aileen Surrency, who claims that nothing ever I
crop yields, not only those that have will be accepted for treatment. I| Parrlnh. Onie
Mae Smith and Mae
t Ruby Jones. worries him. Possibly his wife is
i . been obtained on the farm itself for The conditions under which these Mr. and Mrs. Acy Starling, of Ziff, .
t''', -1 a period of years but those realized are given are few and simple. Th spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J r

} f t. S- on adjacent farms. patient must be a bona fide resident Murray Parrish. 1C""D Learn whether poor crops are due of the state of Florida. Also he must Harley Thomas, of Ziff was a visi- .
h "1' to poor soil or to bad management.If be financially unable to pay for for tor here Monday.

1- yields are very high, inquire carefully any medical services which he may re- Mrs. Equilla Dixon spent Saturday >y
i as to how they are obtained and quire. It is not the intention of the afternoon at the county seat

'i.I I judge of the economy of the methods state board of health to enter into Blox Parrish, of Sampson, visited COLD STORAGE
'' t t'I. ;: ::: 1 used. If the yields have been very I competition with private physicians, his brother, Ed, Sunday.Mr. .
",: low it may be that better management in treatment of disease. Therefore, and Mrs Willie McKinney and
.L ;"" 'or Improved methods, which I patients who are in moderate circumstances children, of the Wateroak section,
+ l'' ' may be put into effect, will make pos and yet able to make some spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs I f
I / t sible the production of profitable payment for medical services are not (I Alfred McKinney. I .
f l l"e( .r crops; but before buying in such a I eligible for this treatment, Messrs. Will' Jones and Roy Roberts I II
".tI" case it i is well to make sure that the Inasmuch as the state board of I were business visitors to the county t
J land is capable of improvement. Ito | health is not legally empowered to seat Friday. 1
Equally essential to the success of I spend its funds for the treatment of Messrs. Frank Jones and Sol Thorn-

i the farm business is high quality of disease unless especially authorized, as!, of Sampson, were visitors here I Our Cold Storage and Ice
''\1: the live stock enterprise. To handle i: this clinic has been made possible :Saturday;

f, live stock so it will pay for feed, cure I If j ly through the courtesy of Dr. ilolden'I' Truman Thomas and son, Harley, :
and labor is more than a mere mutter I Il' I donating,: his own services and theuse I I of ZifT, w're'Isitors here Saturday Plant is now open and readyfor
of management, for it is dependentnot !, of his radium to this work. This j afternoon.A .

only on cheap roughage pasture, is entirely an act of charity on Dr. crowd of young folks enjoyed a
market and securing,: labor at reasonable I, Ilolden's part, as he receives no financial candy pulling at the home of John I business at prevailing

", J '. rates, but also on the quality of : remuneration whatsoever.The Thomas Tuesday night at Ziff. i

t the animals kept. value of radium in the treat Dock Thomas, of Ziff, was a business market prices.
I.andIuRt! Yield I ment of cancer is recognized today by caller here Thursday afternoon. t '

\ Crop land in itself is of little value the majority of physic-lung. It is especially Messrs. Carl McKinney and Miriam I '.
i unless it is so situated that it can be adapted in treating those Wynn were business visitor over to t, 'I

'", made to yield profitable returns thru : cases in which, for one reason or another Hampton Saturday !i
f1 the use of labor and machinery. A I operation cannot be performed. Messrs. Frank and Viola Reynolds .,
farm of 100 acres, valued at $toO ana For example, many cases of cancers attended the social at the home of ,

acre, may be a much better' purchase" i peculiar to women first come to the I Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thomas, of Looter }'
-a if practically all of the l land can bo ,, doctor only when the growth is so far I Pond Friday night. f1 r
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I put to some profitable l use, than another [ advanced that an operation Is impos-j I' Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal : J. S. BLITCH
rr r I farm of 160 acres at $50 an acre i I siblp Also there are forms of super spent Thursday with their brother, SUPT. ;
of which large areas are practically ficial cancer which on account of the 'I Truman, at Ziff. ,

I useless, owing to streams and swamps, I location' of the disease cannot be Jay Moody, of New River, is spending STATE FAR M /
that cannot be drained, or rough, (I treated by operation. In these, and '! the week with his ,grandparents: ,
: tony tracts poorly suited even for I in many other forms of cancer( treat1 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney.John RAIFORD
FLORIDA
I pasture. 1 merit by radium gives by far the best I j 1 Surrency and Alfred McKinney ,
Another factor is ease of cultiva results. were visitors to Hampton and
C tion. If the land Is very steep or broken I 1 There are undoubtedly very many ]Starke Saturday. I I

I it in not practicable to use" im j unfortunates throughout the state of Lonnie Goodge and son, of Sump-I
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obtainableit

New of Florida in Short Paragraph From seems the that beat the information two were talking 11 '1I'' Illlltj

when Ctfcowitch called Johnson an old

n.w.rr..r..r.a.rr.wa \ man. Johnson became offended and

I told Cocowitch not to call him an old
[Live i State News J man any more. Cocowitch, it la i alleged -

Johnson it to him '
told wa up VII
to prevent, whereupon Johnson drew
j Told by Our Exchanges. I his pistol, shot Cocowitch dead and

/ ..nmm "n'D" "' '''' .............mnu=,,,='.....nm''U'.'_'_' "' made good his escape. :.

carried signs of warning -
Florida IB rapidly becoming a corn marchers doers. There were 120 Frank Reid, white, 22, late of Hol- (,
against wrong "
growing state. The bushels annual production Klansmen in the parade, which was lister, and one negro whoso name V 't

Is about 13,500,000 witnessed by several thousand per could not be learned, were blown to

bits by a premature explosion of dynamite -
of sons.
and farmers
Three business men
that occurred sixteen miles
will undertake to put in 300 .
Williston .
where dredging
west of Fort Pierce,
acres of melons and thirty acres or Two Moore Haven citizens hate under on the St. \ "I ''iI
operations are way
more of cucumbers this season. formed a partnership for the purposeof ''f
Lucie river drainage district, one other -
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selling Florida meats and produce. .
negro bring injured and will prob- x :.!
will have special storage placeat
little They a ;
Plant] City strawberries are a of three I
ably die. The party was engaged -
o- of the Florida Ice and
the works
later than usual but prospects are in ahead of somewhere .f'
blasting stumps
Power Company and will\ buy and sell You'll get
the best :
excellent for one of seasonsin the dredge. The cause of the explosion -
I Florida beef, pork and mutton. They
of the industry.
the history ascertained.
could not be
will also buy produce, vegetables and .

While making a landing in Fcnsa- '',I nuts.poultry, syrups, corn, hay and pea Sheriff Baker of Palm Beach, has- with a. pipe i and P. A.!!

afternoon at a late'
cola Bay Tuesday "
tily summoned one day last week to

;: hour, a seaplane the hit was a damaged porpoise beyond soP B. Barthle of the St. Joe neighborhood Gomez to round up a mail !pouch rob- Start fresh all over again at the beginning! Get a

ti hard that plane brought in this season's first ber discovered that the "bandit" wa r 1and forget every smoke
and had to be towed back to experience you ever had a ,
use
the station.. quart of strawberries last Saturdayand a !passing freight, train. The marine _.;)idled the beans For :a jimmy pipe, packed:

y"e won by an easy margin the cash stationed on a pusonper train as mail frinco Albert Im .,. ...,ful with Prince Albert, will trim degree of '
guard reported that a pouch which any
offered tho Bank of Dade
by rod
sold in
r Overcome by gas escaping from n i prize for the first quart of the season was supposed to be hanging on a mail bees lUy loppy rod Hit*, smokejoy you ever registered! It's a revelation! i
4 water heater in the bathroom of the City .nl..m.: pound
I!I' These berries were large and well crane there had disappeared find the and halt pound tin
at Daytona, Mr. and Mrs.E. Put in here! Prince Albert
apartment humidor and in the a pin can't bite
sherifT summoned to the .
colored and shipments will begin soon wall fctne.The ...,..t.I glaum your
pound
well known aged couple I
B. Smith, a found from his farm. pouch later. was found lying be- humidor with tongue or parch your throat. Both 1 arc cut out by ourexclusive .itsp.
Laporte, Ind., were molttonor .
from opango
dead early Saturday morning. side the track a short. distance away patented process. So, just pass up any old

I Colonel C. S. Coe, appointed city having been hooked by some object idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke :a !'

4, The Christmas fruit shipments from manager of Miami on Aug. 2nd, at a ahead protruding of the from u freight, train just. pipe! We tell you that you can-and just (have the time <
1t the last three days salary of $10,000 a year, was T'I1IOV't'd passenger.The '
Plant City during of your life on every fire-up-if you play Prince Albert
the commissioners Frank
by city
heavy, amounting :
have been unusually
for
I !
to fifty-seven cars. This brings II. Wharton, a former mayor, was appointed counties of Charlotte, Glades, packing
I I to succeed him. Inefficient Highland, DeSoto and Hare are
the season's shipments and to half 340 months cars, management of the city's administration made defendants in a suit for $40OO4)( ) What P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a

,, over a space of two- a I was given as the cause of his re damages filed at Tampa by the Hich- i home-made cigarette! Gee-but you'll have a lot of

4'' t A Sanford girl was redecorating her moval. mond Trust Co., of Richmond, Va. i fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch

room. She had some trouble in hanging The complainant] charges that obligations because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put!

+. the picture of her sweetheart. At The largest. shipment of naval stores entered into. by DeSoto county

last' she succeeded and sat down to from Pensacola for some time was recorded prior to its being divided! up into the

4j' < view the effect. "Now everything I Saturday when the schooner) five counties. named, and under which

y lovely," she said "and the goose hangs T. N. Darnadall cleared for New York $100,000 was borrowed for the Mur. RINEE ALBERT

+ high." with a cargo of 0,8IS barrels of rosinon dock drainage district, have not been
1921
I board. This cargo is the product met. No steps have been taken by by CopyrlrM ft. J. Reynold

An injunction to prevent any work of the Newport Turpentine Companyand the taxing. districts. to raise moneyto Wlat.1 obacco a'Co..m' smoke
the attonal joy
_ t upon the proposed extension of the was shipped through!! the agencyof meet interest or principal on those N.C. 1.

state capitol will be sought: if the the Fillette-Green Company. bonds, it is alleged.A . --

r; board of commissioners__ state institutions riVK MILK= I .. ... .. .-. .
I award a contract, 11. M. Mrs. J. P. Holder] of Archer, while convict of the Orange county I - --- "-

Hampton and Anderson A Anderson, sitting in a Ford Wednesday on the camp near Lake Olu has been nrriiiut- Five\ Mile, 11(,('. 16.-Mrs. 1J. I,. 'i r

Ocala attorneys, notified the board north side of the squire in Gainesville ly ill as a result of receiving in the Duke, !Mr. and Mrs. I.. (( Johnsonwere

formally Saturday. I awaiting the return of a relative eyes a charge of rattlesnake' poison guests of !Mr. and Mrs. ... P. DokU .

who had gone in a store to make a which an enraged reptile hurled at > Tuesday. I ISupt.
.
a ; Charles S. Marcy, an aged ana respected purchase, dropped dead"of heart failure him last week. Another convict captured I ] O. I* Mizclle visited Five';, dlll@E '

i'' citizen and merchant, was Mrs. Holder went to Gainesvillefor I the snake nnd placed it in a cake Mile school Wednesday I I

-+ stacked in his store on King,: street in the purpose of consulting a physician -I The man who waq injured was teasingthe i T. J. Dukes was a visitor to. Luke

+ New Aueur.tine and cruelly beaten as to her physical condition she I reptile and his face near the Butler Monday !'

; over the head, evidently with a club, having been in bad health for some I screen; wire front of the cage when Mr and !Mrs T. II, I Rimes were''

? from which injuries he died shortly. time. I II the snake s''wt't! him! ":3 hard that here on business Saturday : THC UNIVERSAL CAR '
after the noon hour Wednesday poison from its. fangs dashed into the i
F Mr. and Mrs. I' P. Dekle Mr. and
!Murray Gordon, formerly a memo eyes of its tormentor. Dr. Fenn, who i
i I !Mrs. P. Harris Mr. and Mrs. I G.I I
i Construction. work on a modern san- I I her of the 68th aero squadron, employed was called to treat the man, found PricesF.
/ itarium to be erected in the Dunedin ] in St. p.tt'rflhurhas been requested -I that tho poison had affected his eyes Johnson, and D. Argo attended a cane : New

section will bgein shortly after Jan. j I by U. S. Senator Tom Watson land throat. and although. he was seriously grinding at the home of 1) I. Ultimo I'|' I r

1, according: Dr. M. W Pressley, | to send affidavits showing his alleged ill, he expected him to recover. Wednesday evening.\ O..B. DETROIT
i ;. + for whom the sanitarium will bo built ill treatment. at the hands of prison The snake which had nine rattles was Mrs. It. K.: Parrish and duaghtcr; ,

; It will be a brick and stucco structure | guards while serving time at Rue St I holoroformed and preserved in alco Miss Gertrude, were guests of Mrs. Chassis $29
I IH.
three stories in height, located in the [Aun prison in Paris. Gordon declares hol. Illume Tuesday I k

i' Kdgewater,: court. It will cost about that ho witnessed scores of soldiers L. Duke spent the week-end here Runabout $32 '
+ I I.
60000.( I unmercifully beaten at the prison and )Friendship precious\ as long as with. his family, returning to his workat .

q charges that he laid in a cell for :24! you can turn it to account. Lake Ilutler Monday. |I Touring Car $355 I

; At a tent camp in Seminole Heights I hours without food. Gordon was one Miss Norma Dekle, Ruby Proctor Truck Chassis $445
!, near the Hillsborough river, Tampa I of the men who testified at the senate Some people keep a light burningIn and Mae Duke spent the week-end'

detectives found a farm of 200 head hearing of Frank (Hardboiled) Smith their room at night in order to bo here with. hornefolks.] I I Coupe $595'

of stolen chickens and the general last year.Volusia. able] to BOO in the dark. Mills Hattie Dukes entertained n

1 headquarters of two youths who, the. few friends Saturday. evening I Sedan $660
habitual constipation Cured I
+a |? detectives say, have confessed to a county is fairly floodedwith 1_ In 14 to 21 Day Ardell Drawdy and Raymond Hew- ,I,

number of recent local house robber. contraband whiskey, according the! LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" a nrx-plil./ itt spent Saturday at the State Farm. I These are the lowest prices of Ford cars 'in

q'+.9 ., ies. recent findings of the grand jury. The prepared Syrup Tonle-t.axntlve for I lalnninCoiiNtipution. A R. Dekle, of Lake Duller, was I the history the Ford Motor Company.

14i illicit whiskey traffic, the grand jury It relieves promptly bin' here on business Saturday. I I

; );' From preparations that are now going found is prevalent] the operation of 'should o induce be regular taken regularly action. It for Stimulate"14 to 21 dni anc) Anril Purrivh I is suffering from an Orders are coming in fast, so, place yours

i \, ; forward (it is a conservative t'stl-I moonshine stills adding to the stream I RcgulatesVery Pleasant to TakJe (Hfc attack of blood poisoning promptly to insure earl delivery.J. .
i mato that at least 250: acres will be said to be pouring in from Bimini. err bottle. Mrs. Lena Drawdy, who has been

p, planted to watermelons In and around I The grand jury reported that its investigations quite ill for several days, is very much W. ANDREWS JR.
Bronson the coming spring. There had been handicapped by improved at this
writing.
< will be some cukes planted, but the I I the dearth of witnesses called to testify SOUR STOMACH I I Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hendricks I Dealer, STARKE

acreage,: has not been decided upon. I because of threatened reprisals. are! building an addition to their homo |I ,

t ''J INDIGESTION! and otherwise improving their property .... --.. ,':-::::: :: . w.n-n-. ==41
. -- ... -.- --
1 The Cummer Cypress Company area i Succumbing to the abdominal wound -- -- --- '
|I
1 cloning out their lodging,: camp at received Tuesday night while struggling I I J. M. Dukes and M. I>. Dekle were
: Fowler's Bluff] on the Suwannee river with. Johnson of I II
I Ray Tampa, I business visitors to Lake! Duller lost. I
and will move the entire camp outfit for the possession of Johnson's revolver tledford' Black-Dranght Hif.Uj Thursday, i I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

| with large force of men to Otter ] Horace Allen died Gordon '
a at
Recommended by Tenneneo Will Dukes and P. Thomas, of the OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED IIOUSE IN FLORIDA
4t Creek, from .which point the logging Keller hospital Johnson' who claimsto !Miller section '
: were here Friday
on
t. t operations for the big Sumner. mill have found Allen under the bed of Grocer for Troubles Resulting business I I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

i r ); I!,will be conducted. his home upon returning from work from Torpid Dr. King, of Lake Duller, was a I I SEED POTATOES

,, Tuesday night, is being held in the Liver. professional] visitor. here last week. '! Spaulding Number 4 Rote, Early Red Bin. Triumph and Irish Cobbler W. are
Following a discussion that lastedmore county jail without bond. Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle now ready 10 quota contract price. for December and January delivery.Our .
I, than one hour, the Florida annual were : Seed Pot toe. are the highest quality, Maine grown, .elected aeed. Ad....

I conference of the M. E. church, Mhos. Higgs,: merchant, of Key looking after. business Interests at 'I quantity and variety you will w.ml. .
Eat Nashville Tenn. The effto Dukes Saturday. MARTIN'S IIY TEST SEEDS
.south, formally adopted the report of "West, committed suicide at his homein
col- fancy of Thedford'i Black-Draught, the I Have made good with both the small gardener and farr er and the one ....
.;the board of trustees of Southern
the of members
( of his
? presence thousand of Plant with Martin' Tent S..ed..nd
genuine: herb, liver medicine, b plant acre yourfall crop fly a.
lege, which locates the college at family. He had been despondent as reault
sure
Touched for br Mr. W. N. Fanoni, I !
Lakeland. The adoption was by an the result] of a nervous breakdown Dally Thought. FALL CATALOGUE
tracer of this city.alt It without A single grateful thought turned
j overwhelming majority. several months ago. While seated in doubt the belt liver medicine, and Iflont heavenward In the must perfect prays'Lessinr. I I Martin'.Fall Seed Catalogue i* now ready. Write for it. Evaryone interested
their presence he complained] of a pain in Florida fall and winter crop should avail themaelve* of information contained
believe I cold get along without .
4 ,w; Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, in in the head, picked up a pistol lying: in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to tho. who lend In their
I It I take It our itomacb bead- name. promptly. Writ. for it today.
J white robes and carrying torchlights, I,
nearby and turned it upon himself before ache bad ii, IsJlscitlon, and all HIGHLAND
n it j paraded silently and impressively he could he prevented and fired other troubles that are th. result ol E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
|!through the main business section of twice.St. .
S torpid liver Highland, Dec. 1(1.-Miss Maggie
1 Sanford Some of theA
night.
r : Monday 1 hare known and used It for rear Crews left Thursday for Drooker to mistake

Petersburg this winter possesses and can and do highly] recommend tl visit her sister, Mrs. W. J. Itardcc. Dig as Reduction In Prices If You will order make a fertilizer l-
TONIC you your
a business house which occupiesthe to every one. I won't go to bed without Mrs. J. E. Dohannan and daughters,
without getting our new price lists", just Issued. Plentyof
i. [ drove's Tasteless chili: Tonic restores. smallest quarters of any concernin It la the house. It win do all U Misses Ernie May and Esther, were
and Vitality by Purifying and Florida if not in the entire south Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides
_____ Energy! !! elating to do. I can't lay enough foe visitors to Starke Thursday.
I Enriching: the Blood. When you fool Its a frontage of only 28 inches. It is a It" Miss Ollie Marr returned Wednes- Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

I strengthening,Invigorating effect, see how bead shop on Central ave., sandwiched ) Many other men and women throughput day from a short visit with her sister, E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

lit brings color to the cheeks, and how in the space between two buildings.The the country have found Black: Mrs. D. L. Rigby, at Starke. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

lit Improve the appetite, you vila then little store has been fitted at- Draught just a. Mr Fanona deicrtbei Mr. and Mr*. Robert L. Crews and Get December 1st. 1021, reduced price lists before buying.

appreciate Its true tonic value. tractively with racks and display win- valuable] In regulating the liver U children, of Hampton, arrived Fridayfor

I!Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply dows'and the stork includes\ a large Ita normal functions, and In cleanilci a visit with F. M. Crews and fam- Jacksonville Monday. | Sunday

Iron pleasant and oven Quinine children suspended like it.In syrup The blood 8>uI assortment of loose beads and Japanese tie bowels of Impurities. ily. Mrs. V. L. Hlgby and children and ; Hay Vaughn, of Tampa, arrived oa

needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to necklaces. Thedford'a Black-Draught liver medl Mrs. H. C. Wlmbcrly and Miss Win- Miss Ella Marr, of Stark, are visit- !'! Tuesday to relieve C. A. Gibson as

I Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ! and sine to the original and only genuine Ifred Wimberly were visitors to the lag relatives] here for a few days. night operator for the Seaboard.Mrs. .

[Grip germs by Us Strengthening, Invlgor Mack Cocowitch, Jr., was shot and Accept no Imitations or anbatltute metropolis Monday. Walter Ferris, of iMvriny, was II O. A. Gibson left Tuesday for Olua-

[ting LfTect. \OC. killed by a man named Johnson at Alwajra ak tor TUedford'a & G. A. Gibson visited relatives in5.r' the guest of Mrs. II. C. Wlmburly on tee, where tie will be locutod.FRIDAV. .
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