Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 23, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04630
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Bra fnrb jjtomfas tielegrapq! l .I

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-- Subscription-Per Year, $2.00; Six Months\ $t.OO. -Payabl In Advance --
Sstabllehed 1879. E. S. Matthews. Editor and Proprietor.
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CHASE GUILTY"Marshal I Derry Griffis man about 88 years Car Stealer, I( .
Wound From Stranger Caused Muom.Mnern and
r Mal Ordinary The!' services of the church on Sunday
old much and well knownin \
Death of W. M. Howe Mrs. MirY Louise Chase, wife of Foch Was Offered No Wine respected Pilferers in Toils
will be In harmony with the sea-
this found dead in the
the late D. C. Chase Sr., died at 1:00a. While Guest of PresidentThe section was I
lion of
I school
the The Bible
On Ject'mher"'iMh year.
stable the Davis Cason ,
at place near
W. M.- Howe died at the home of m. the 19th inst., at the home of Mr. Wasdm. of! Oote at 9:45! a. m. for the social Stu- "
following from a paper, name Ralford, last Saturday morning.: Mr. Graham, phoned Sheriff J.I J.
I Idy
Arthur in
her Mr. Epperson
father-in-law W. H. Norman on son, Chase | of the Word
ItI God
of it relates
I as 'J
unknown to has caused a slight Griffin who lived on the O. J. Griffin that there was :.
of us. a negro/: at his '
interest western town. place to
ITeller street Monday. The part the visit .,f the Wise Men"to the
was in charge of Funeral Direc- Rev. A. E. Dunham rector of St.Mark' stir in temperance circles: place, near Starke had been asked by trying to sell him a Ford car for $50. Bah of Bethlehem. I
All Honor to Marshal Foch his brother Dick Griffl, who lives in The sheriff and c deputy _.. _
vt 1>. C. Jones and took place at Dyal church, conducted the funeral immediately Divine worship at li00: when _the .
We print below a clipping: from a the Itaiford section to come with a went to Graham nnd arrested thu I
service afternoon at 2
metery. Dr. J. J. Bullen conducted Monday ncgrro. pastor will have for the subject of his .
which Marshal Foch team and his household It was found that '
in goodsto
e obsequies.The from the family residence and she paper car hud sermon, "Bethlehem\ of Judea.'No' .
deceased was born in Michigan was laid to rest in lot in one of France's delegates to the disarmament Starke. Berry Griffis borrowed j I been stolen at Sanford. Two white \ other community in the world U hon- ' .

|uly 2 1853. He spent his later were C. A. Futch, C. F. Hoover, J. It. conference is reported to mule and wagon from J. W. Edwards men were also Implicated, but they nrl'lln such a universal way as In this r (
ears traveling and trading and after Hitch G. M. Si trunk, G. M. Bennettand have declined the wine which President of Starke, Friday and put up the 'left the negro at Brooker and headed little Judcnti town, and we shall J
Arriving in this section he married D. C. Jones. Harding had mistakenly set before team at the Cason! place over night. I I' for North Carolina. Sheriff Hand, of !:I Rider the reasons for this. world-wide eon.I #
him at a banquet and expressing It was first believed that he Sanford, was notified of the
came Interest.
ilies Ella Norman daughter of Mr. Mrs. Chase was noted as being the arrest There will bo special munle
himself as proposing while here to I to his death from a kick by mule I and naked to come and get: the I' ,
knd Mrs. W. H. Norman. A daughter oldest person in Bradford county being a .nriuoner. .-- ,! by the choir and a iovous. holnful ..t
pas born to the union. Mrs. Howe and 05 years of age at he time of her respect the laws of this country.We and news to that effect was immediately i! /service Is looked for. 7'
little daughter generally made their death. She was born in Sedgewick applaud his fine and properspirit i I j I spread. Drs. Mann and Maine I j' Tuesday afternoon Sheriff 1'ppernon': The hour of evening worship Is 7:30( 1 ;

jiome( with her parents here, While Mr Me., Nov. 26, 1820. at which time Wm.P. and commend it to some of our of Lake Butler.were summoned The land Deputy Balsden went out I In the i and 1 at his. service the \Masonic Lodge:
owe was traveling about and trading Duval was governor of Florida. own misguided citizens who seem to J I physicians could find no sifrn of external 'place of John Tison, colored\, ami' of Starke, and all veiling Masons
; sometimes they made trips with Previous to hen marriage she was think they do well when they contemn II(J I Injury and gave it as their opin. 'found a still of the lard can variety '\, will be the guests of the churrh. The.
Miss Mary Louise Gammons, and in and trample under foot our prohibition -I I ion that Mr.\ Griffis had died from j running on full time. Also a bArrel of i proximity of St.: John's Day will make

fcim.On the night of December 8th, Mr. September 1849 she was married to laws. I j I heart trouble brought about, per- mash and two quarts of finished moon''nhint ('\! this ocrniiion one of special signin-
owe found himself in Baker county David C. Chase. In early girlhoodshe Here is the item referred to: I I I haps, by excitement in evading a kick''' >. Tison was arrested. canoe and will insure a full turn out

[lot far from Macclenpy"; having decid- Joined the Episcopal church, and Foch "Respects Law" Declines Hard- from a mule. Officials of Union roun-I i I From there the officers went to the "f members of the fraternity. Dr. .1

to stay overnight with a man who all through her long life was a woman Ing's 'VineOne ty came to hold an inquest but after place of Isaac Dell colored, nearby Bullen\ will address the men upon the
ved alone with his son. The precise of unbounded industry, literally "do- of the guests at the luncheon conversation with the physicians they There under a horse trough they; subject oC "The ).aw of Life." I "
articulars of what followed will ing with her might what her hands in honor of Marshal Foch in the White considered that it was unnecessary. found burled eight quarts of liquid Winter visitors to Starkn' are ai. .I a

probably never be known, but from found to do." With her husband she House yesterday remarked that the The' deceased was unmarried. He dynamite.Dell ways welcome to the services of the i 1
he incoherent account that Mr. Howe moved to Florida in 1881, when Geo. marshal did not touch his wine. leaves four brothers'and three sinters was also arrested and the prisoners church. TliSs) |III ? family church the t'

tally wounded and very ill, gave afer F. Drew was governor of the state. "While I am in the States I mean other relatives and many friend to were brought to Starke. When children being much) In evidence| : at all\
his arrival in Starke it was in Mrs. Chase leaves the following to, respect strictly the laws of the mourn his untimely' death. The interment tried before<< Judgo Green they both times. Conic with your family and

ubstance as follows: children to mourn her departure: D. country of which I am the guest," the was at Evergreen cemetery Sun- plead guilty and were fined JloO and friends. The Church of the Glad Hand ,,

He carried a considerable sum of C. and George Chase, of Palatka; E. marshal explained. "As a matter of' I day. coats each. welcomes you.
noney on his person firmly secured in Frank Chase, of South Jacksonville; fact, during the whole of my life 1 Deputy Rainden went to Jacksonville

t |is pants and as a safety measure Arthur and Fred Chase, of Starke; only drank at meals an occasional few !MR. WALL GIVES DINNER PARTY Monday and brought hack Clarence ST.' MAm 's Clll'ltCII

y down partly dressed in the samed Mrs. R. P. Mattox of Jacksonville; drops of Bordeaux wine mixed with Manning, charged with stealing a -
as the boy. Being tired from a and Mrs. S. F. Mutt of Waycross, much water. As far as I am concerned Harold C. Wall celebrated his twen lady's hot from F F. Stump's store.A . Christmas Day. IJ

4 nil' horseback ride he soon fell asleep prohibition is not a scarlficc." ty-first birthday by giving a dinner Service at 7:30 p. m.
Ga.All of the above Miss May Peck who is worker in party on Wednesday, the 14th inst. I' Holy Communion
fter a while lie awoke on account of named relatives attended I SUCCESSFUL FARMERMr. on St Stephen's
" ojsy talk in the 'room. Besides the the funeral also Mr.' and Mrs.L. the Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion fat the home of his parents, Mr. and Day at 8 a. m. wAll

t; ild man and his boy he found four F. Emery, of Jacksonville. read the above article and | Mrs. W. L. Wall, on Cherry street. '! '. P. A. Jolinnson hall contributedsome people are looking forward' tll< ,,
There beautiful floral offerings wrote to Mrs.' Harding in regard to 1 The rooms were bright with Christmas Christmas. Is It
her men there. They dragged him were many spednii-nii of sugar cane to the an anticipation or
i y rom the bed, throwing him down and from friends and relatives, same, and in reply received the following I decorations of holly and red roses agricultural] exhibit lit the flank of a mere holiday? Advent means com S

ai eating him, saying that he was a rev- and the grave was banked with the letter: and the guests were entertainedwith Starke. Mr. Johanson grows both inr:. Let's try to appreciate better i

nue officer in disguise spying on choice blossoms. The White House, Washington games music and an elegant the green; and the red varieties of cone what; Christ's coming meant. The on- 4"

f hem. They dragged him out and out December 9, 1921.//course Sinner The favors were doc- and like evn.thi'lRe\ grown on tlJohurimm }\ Iy peoleho -appreciated the ,first

,: |ide the yard fence, continually bcatng DINNER PARTY FOR W. A. SCOTTIn Miss Julia May Peck, orated! cups containing nuts Mrs. farm, It l is grown ot perfection. Christmas were those few shepherds _
{, and kicking and cursing him. Mr.' Starke, Fla. Wall was assisted in nerving by Mrs. The dtalks left fit the bank' who had been looking forward
lowe, who despite his age was a honor of Wilbur A. Scott's 2 lot My dear Miss Peek! I J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville and M'ss measure clone to nine feet in length and preparing for it In their hearts.

|trong and alert man, seeing that they birthday his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harding has received your letter Aileen Alvarez. and one weighs not lens than live Die! real (celebration of thin festival- -. --
q ad saddled his horse and tied him F. A. Scott, gave an elegant dinner I of November 26th, and asks me to Covers were laid for twelve, and besides pound. Is In the church and at the- altar* \

{ i the fence fought himself free and party Tuesday evening, at their homeon say that she docs not understand from I the popular young boat there \Mr. Jolmnnon ia a living exampleof Tht-re we try to arrive at-the true
an to the horse. He succeeded in un- Ninth street. I what source such a clipping as the one were present Misses Ethel' Griffin, Audrey what run bo done with Bradford manning of the Day. What give to '

ing the animal and mounting, but The hall and parlor were gay with you enclosed could have emanated. Johns! Margaret Long, Iris Ep county soil in the hands of an Intelligent God 1 that which enables man to see
fore he could get away one of the Christmas decorations of red and Though doubtless> Marshal Foch may I person Madge Middleton, Vlvirelte- Industrious man lie came to Urn is the Incarnation. In the Godhead -

pen drove a knife into his abdomen, green, holly being used in profusion have made on some( occasion the statement Floyd, Aileen Alvarez, Messrs. Kirk. Starko: several years ago from Worcester " ia a familiar figure, the figure of
tar the backbone, and cut some other also red bells and vases of fragrant which is attributed to him, he Lewis, Telfair Long, Joo Wainwright, Mans. During the !first{ six man. The Son' of Man who is also
eeJ gashes in his back. white narclstum.! In the dining rooma could not well refuse what was not offered John Powell, Powell Carpenter Mrs. 'I months litter his arrival he fenced( the Son of God. It was this that absorbed

t ; lIe made his escape and found a color motif of red and green was him here for no' wine was served I J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville. : and cleared\ his farm, built\ a comfortable tho attention of the dying-

ood samaritan who gave him assis- used, which contrasted beautifully nor will be served at any banquetat i: home, and grew a money crop. Stephen.: Tho Son of Man standing j
nce and notified the sheriff. The with the sheen of silver and white table the White House. DINNER PARTY FOR MRS. LONG His first planting was Irish potatoes. on God's right hand, was the vision '
irounded man wished to come to linen. Directly over the table was Mrs. Harding will thank you to con- AND MRS. RITCH '| Not long ago ho told the writer of that enthralled him as the stones bat-

,tarke to his wife, who was with her suspended a large red bell, and from vey the substance of this letter to the I| these lines that he made a good profit erect out his life. And it Is this same
rents<< and he reached the Norman the bell streamers of red and green paper you mention with the suggestion At their home on West Madison I on that first crop and that his farm vision that makes the unseen world a

borne the following night. Dr. Mid- extended to the corners of the room. that a religious publication ought; street Mrs. C. L. Peck and her daughter -' has been paying him good dividends reality to men now Let this then be
eton was summoned but the serious The table was centered by a French to make sure of ouch a statement boo i I Mrs. E. K. Perryman gave a fam- I.' every season since. out Christmas lesson.

ture of the wounds and the man'se basket of glowing red roses, the place fore giving it publicity to its readers. fly dinner party Friday evening in' Wo regret that the issue of The .

made a cure impossible. curds were ornamented with poinsettia Sincerely yours, honor of the birthdays of Mrs. F. .H. j:'j HAMPTON Reminder is again delayed. t
i. The money that Mr. Howe had seared And the favors were cunning red LAURA HARLAN, Long and Mrs J. II. Ritch. 4 I The Christmas offering is for the
In his clothes baskets red Secretary. The table was beautiful with i'!'
had been stolenm containing and green Christmas Hampton, Dec. 23.-Miss Lucille minting fund.
him by his assailants, but a mints. The large white birthday cake decorations of holly and roses,1 I Johns, of Starke, is the guest of her
torse containing a small sum, was 6n which burned twenty-one redta- CREWS WELL FIXED and was centered by a large white | cousin Miss Erma: Johns this week PRKSIIYTEKIAN
und in his shirt pocket. It is thoughtt pers, was placed in front of the popu- cake ornamented with candles and 1>t. Mann of Lake Butler, has peenattending -

he had money in a bank some- lar young host. J. G. Crews, a well known progressive holly. The favors placed: at each plate to professional buslncHN in Schedule for Christmas Day.

i' 'here, but no papers to prove it could The menu for this four course dinner farmer living west of Starke, has were small bouquets of roses. town this week.The Sabbath school at 10 a. m. t

') found. He had been anxious to was oyster cocktail; cream chicken lately bought of J. W. Andrews Jr., The family party enjoying this dinner North Florida Trucking Association I Sermon at 1 11 J a. m. Subject "Jey M
ake a weighty communication seval on toast pear salad; "cream pota. owner of the Ford Garage in Starke, were! Col.] and ;l\Irs. C., L, Peek perfected a permanent orJ\'an-1 at Christmas." +

times, but his weak state causedm toes and English peas, beet pickles; a Fordflon tractor, a disc harrow anda Mr. and Mrs. E. K.- Perryman Mr. ization at a meeting: cif the directors Song rehearsal at 3:30: m. to rp.
to fail in his efforts. red and white brick ice cream with sawmill. and Mrs. F. II. Long, Mr. and \Mrs. J. from the various locals, which was i which<< all members of the p. *
His surviving relatives have the nut cake; coffee demi-tasse and fruit The tractor furnishes him as much II. Bitch Miss May Peek Mr. and held at Hampton lust Friday evening. and Sabbath school are congregation invited.

pnpathy. of the entire community cake. Mrs. Scott was assisted in serving power, whether for draft or for run. Mrs. J. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. S. L. The following officers were elected: 7:30: p. m. The pastor's last
jid-lt is hoped' that the ruffians whoK by her sister, Mrs. J. T. Quigley. ning machinery as'Mr. Crews will ever Perk. I President L. J. Wynn, Hampton. mon. On account of failing health ner- I
>k his life will meet with Between the dinner several need on his farm. The
Just pun- tractor will Vice\ [President L. C. Smith, Gra he will retire from the active work of 1'
ment. of the guests read words of wisdom toa draw logs to the mill, then furnish TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS ham. }
the ministry at once. He will J..a..etor
young man, and Mr F. A. Scott the power for the mill so that its r Treasurer, A. A. Futch Hampton. KIsKlinmeo Tuesday at 11 a. so.Ills .
NOTICE TO MASONS; read a poem entitled "21." After din. owner can saw lumber and shingles The Telegraph's regular correspondents Secretary J. F, Houner, ] successor, Rev. A. A. Post, formerly
ner music and games were enjoyed for his own use and to sell
ran throughout Bradford and This association Is \' Hampton'j of St. Andrews, will the t
[ Masons belonging to lodges in this also a fish contest and a clever guessing also do ditching and pull stumps with Union counties are kindly requested clusively to give assistance pulpit Jan 1st. occupy

d adjoining counties are Invited to contest called "Starke People. the tractor, run tho cane mill and other to sign their names at the end of their I mers of North Florida in growing and ChrlMtmas; tree at the church Mom-
pet with Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. The fortunate guests at this din- machinery as well as convert the letters. This In to assure us that the + marketing their crops of fruit and day nt 7:30 m.
,A. M., next Sunday evening, Dec. ner were Misses Mona Alderman roughest land into smooth fields by statements given are true and to enable vegetables to best advantage It is p.

th, at 7 p. m., and worship withm Free Wynn, Doris Scott May Jones, means of plows and harrows drawn us to send stationery when such conducted on the most rigid business METHODIST
at the Starke Baptist church. of Hampton; Olga Schmidt, of Ar-' by the tractor. appears to be wanted to the proper' principles and will doubtless solve along -
Dr. J. J. Bullen, pastor of the Bap- mond; Messrs. John Powell Thomas The possession of a tractor by parties.
ev felt want of our farmers Iii this Sunday school 10 a. m., E. K FVr- .
't church is a noted speaker and a Limbaugh, Carr Col ley, S. E. Ritch,, ery farmer tilling 80 acres of land or Sometimes we have to look througha I section. Every' farmer of Bradford ryman superintendent.There .
|son, and members of the frater-" L. A. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. J. T. more, would revolutionize I
Quig- farming, as letter from a particular locality and county should avail themselves of the i will bo a Chriiitmas tree for
jty attending this service will enjoy ley. much that keeps it back is the lack may have to open half a dozen before I advantages offered by this associa the Sunday school at the church Sat.

address. of power that is elastic enough to we find the one we want. To save us i tion. urday evening at 7 o'clock.
I). II. S. DEFEATS BALDWIN cover every case. The Fordnon is the trouble in this I Dr. W. E. Middleton of Starke
SUCCESSFUL respect we ask that ,, was Preaching1 at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
BOX SUPPER solution and should be more generallyused. each correspondent put his or her a professional visitor here Saturday. m. Subject for morning, "Prince of

Saturday afternoon Bradford High name on the envelope.The Sheriff Epperson, of Starke wan attending Peace;" subject. for evening, "The i
A box
| : supper was held at the home School and Baldwin'met in Starke to
above requests are only to those to official business here this Babe of Bethlehem."
J. K. Harris Tuesday night, for decide who was ''> be the final victors
are habit of omitting sig week. ChHut's birthday the twenty-fifth,
benefit of Florida Mr. In basket ball The
orphans. a Starke
game. natures. Several of Miss Ida Merritt of Lake Butler
our correspond comes on Sunday this Let ns
arris proposed the raising of money boys played a fiat. game, and their last Friday night Dec. lath the ents fulfill all year.
e > I requirements! unasked. is visiting her sister here. come out this day and celebrate thu
selling suppers. All who attended team work rendered Baldwin a help local camp W. O. W. held their election
I I : Misses Vera Long and MIlls Juan- birth of our Saviour, earth's true kingIn
urtlly enjoyed themselves. The less victim. The score 30 to 3 in of
was officers for the ensuing NEW
year SETTLERS ARRIVEMr ita flirt were shopping: In Starke last the spirit of prayer and thanks-
s, heat price paid for a box was $4.75. favor of Starke. The star players the result being as follows: Monday. giving.A .

, e upper brought in a net sum of were Crosby, Johns and Rigdon. Even D. L. Rigby, C. C. ', F. Pattee and family, of Portsmouth t Roscoe Rahme of Ocala, Is visiting : ChristmaN to
+u; The boxes were sold by G. W. with the odds against her Baldwin's Everett Miner A. I* Va., arrived in Starke Monday friend and relatives here this week merry M. L. SMITH

p and D. Boree.HOLIDAY. fighting spirit was never found lagging Charlie Johns, Banker They had a car full of household Eli Hicks and daughter Miss Emma Pastor.

' :. J. W. Morgan, Clerk.B. goods, a fine Guernsey bull, other cat. left Tuesday for Plant City be.
MONDAY Watch for the games that will be T. Tlllis Escort.D. tie and horses.
They have bought ing'called there to timer bedside of his visitor to Starke this week
played after Christmas. Help sup E. Knight, Watchman.A. through tho E. A. Strout Farm Agen daughter Mrs. Penny who Is very ill There will be a union Christmas
e Bank of Starke and the Brad- port your team by attending the L. Alvarez, Sentry.A. cy the J. F. Canova farm near the at this writing.L. tree at the schoolhouse Saturday eve.

County Bank will observe Mon- I games. Z. Adklns", Manager. Sandersonroad, about four miles R. Birt was the guest of his
9, December 26th as a holiday and .They decided to have their annual northwest of Starke. This farm is in father W. P. Dirt, of Louise, last ning.Miss Emma Futch one of Florida's
4 not be for business that Mrs. J. E. Futch and Miss Elizabeth I
open on oyster next the
supper Friday night, Dec. Wateroak section and is Tuesday. experienced first grade teachers, who
Brownlee motored up from DeLand 30th.L. : very productive. J. R. Braddick Is lending a car of has a position at St. Petersburg, arrived -
last Saturday. They were accompanied We extend a hearty welcome to Mr. fine meat hogs here this week to be here Tuesday and will spend the
Irs. Emily. is in Mulberry from Ormond by W. A. Scott b
Philips C. Powell had business in the Pattee and
: family and wish them shipped to Jacksonville. holidays with her parents, Mr. and ,
ting her son, W. H. Philips.) Misses Olga Schmidt and Doris Scott. metropolis Wednesday. t
i prosperity (ill their new home: W. B. Alexander was a business Mrs. W, S. Futch.


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I ",J 'I wlrli h..r hHeht face Sobered ) the doctor m!' n J i. -, ; itio pulne we "Mind very much taking' rure (It. looked at her in Hllence, .chnnee"I II' to. lU..rt'" o, ,.....OIlu t)'1'''' It

-- I'r and sweet.' al "'"' talked lovingly, ffulnlnr. l." '!'i I,i ilif jitijimontb helpless until ail: >uur lilt.:?" lit) MLcd I )iuu;.ml l'MCIf; at the last Bicker of Uifire. any'; --
eagerly of her father I They had often fnlaJ flnnl -' >J'' <>TIIH were provlru with a bint of bis' old confident man fiball remember that I have a bu
I come here, Peter the more willingly neither fatnt ner. brother! she said.
n'r Tin-, tenth "You will change your mind aftet
Sisters because bhe was 'so sensible and would relax ; a doctor would" go IDene "011, Mart. I mind only for yon I" sbfsaid. while I" be said. The room was scented by the street'

I I Iippy ohout It ; she would pack lunch slip from I thr room ; Cher Peter standing behind tile doc! Cherry rose from the chair and of damp lull flowers. and by the good odor
i button Into ene of the crtsp looking anxloimly from" one fte tor" slipped from the room unnoticed stood with dropped bead and troubled there burning logs; yet to Per

I Mue ginghams, chatter, on the road another would breathe more ,Seii*:y. Late that evening" ", 'hpn Martin waisleep eyes, looking down ut the flame."No. was chill and desolatenesg |n the

In her usual ta hlon. And If. for a It WBB ine\.!liable, ..lIe knew tliat"ni*- Cherry came noiselessly frotr"O I shall uetrr change my air. Clierry took up the g18"S! |)0"l1 In
few both
$, fired moments, the train of memory but It was not to be this mint,:'' mind !I" she said, in a low tuue that the direction careful bunds, and went a war to
by the sight of tbe old doctor's was not to be this of the study but he
hour ) f 1\11.\ still l strangely: firm and final torbel' stood
grave Decani too poignant and tears "My dear-my dear!I'. P.ler Ma, l* ")o'or five or ten or twenty or at the window for a. long time nturkie

KATHLEEN came she always Molded herself with lier. one day when spent and (.taken thirty jeure I Miall always be where dully out at the battered chriIHbtfce!: _

that mixture of childish and rntternsl IIhe came stumbling from Mart"' *'"'" Martin Is, caring fur him, amusing the mums and the swishing branches, .nrt
MORRIS Impatience that was BO characteristic side and from steadily falling rain.A .
stood dazedly look"- him, making a life for him. And
of her, and that Peter bad Been'. her the window Into the eoaklrf Jctoher Cherry" islsed her' glorious' blue.eyes few days later, on a day of ?.
i certain
1 me to this very father years ajrofHo : I forest like a penon ntunn" from In which' then* wax. u pure itnd, an uplifted left them.sunt>To hlne and showers, Peter

remembered her, tall, awkward blow. "Hy poor little Cb"1 le l look that. 1'ettr hud never seen Cherry: Peter's E0jn.:

.. -....--- I girl, with a volume of .Dlckena slip i could spare you thlsl" there before. "It I I.. what I.,iM and brldee was a behind relief; It burned one "'are

.- I ping from her lap aa she sat on a hassock "Nobody can spare tar ow''" IIbewbl"llt'l'f'd. Ails would hate wished," xhe llnlfiied.!! In the she her. It continued. !a@f
j path had chosen
by the Ore, teasing tier father, And 't'e17imply and solemnly) "and I do it for thorn I" her spirit like the ; It \\'S8 to
CWAPT1BR\ I. -; -' j scolding and reproaching/ him. Klaitng quietly ehe added "It I haVe bPen a I'erer did hOt ansucr; and after a cap that marki the

A' a'.1d.Ch..7'lIf..II: : -With :lattr his two*" dau.llter.,1' red on her hlgti cheekbones' untidy fool-If I have be'n a ..',""h, wicked moment she went quietly and quickly black accepted coif student that replaces nurse the or like the

'trJcl.1..nd. "" Anns, factor black hair quick tongue and ready girl all my life I am fuilshedl I from the room with the new air x>f white veil of postulant'i
retired. Is prol>a lion.
ffli a ahort dl.tanc. IIVI"LU Frand Mill Val-_. laugh ; that was the Aliz of ttie old "Cherry I" he protean"1' heartsick to quiet rehponslblllty that the had worn lie had been In the
clomat fi-l.rul 1. Peter Joyce, om.. days, when' he hnd criticized and patronized see her so. ever since the accident. room downstairs\ bed.
tIIlnC of *.clu... Vetting in the viJU her and "Was to love talking with Martin, for !
** told her' that she It wrong!; for u. eachoth..r. ppr
I' raWln: :: I'.t: o ya. mlnln .n lne.r. I haps au hour; he had drawn ,.
d t'y : should be more like Anne and little IVterT" she ..t' ... rough sketch of the little
..a..d toCHAPTER Ch.rl' '. addltlo.
) Cherry I "I suppose It wasl, suppose It wait the house that t to

Il.-Whlla th* famJIr la tie remembered liclng. delegated, one But It never" !I'f'm..1.) as If-" she shut I'eter saw with a sort of stupefaction to bnlld next. to Cherry the meant some *.IT

IE011111, *! ? IJoyd-a Intention* Cbr. day, to take her. Into town to the dentist her eyes' and whli,"''d-""" If-this- that /life was satisfying her now Martin had been study. ,. and lie and

.ry ounclnaher Dfinaxilrn naracmnt to supper; practically to him. a\a- and that upon discovering that would come of It *ht whispered. as life had never sntlnfle] restless, exacting tails. CI'rry'IIS, discussing the de

tbe dentist was not. In his office, he had "This !" he ech'd aghast little Cherry before. dun-colored leaves" from sweeping the -t.

eb.rry Ill..-Doctor Strickland fIa taken her to the circus Instead. She "Oh, I think ''M* 'la punishment," She spent much of lier free time by when a sudden step In the tlie old !p*'ch

i .h.r to wait too at votingto leaat a year marry, but and tha ur sir>.a I I had tiecn' nhout thirteen, and had eaten Cherry continue: ''n, the eame llfeleKH, her. hiiRliund's side, amusing him as hind, ,hor' made!! her look up doorway, biv
ooaxea him Into aaraelng to an Immvillat too many peanuts, he' thought, and weary tone. skillfully as a mother/.. lie was getting

WfrdolnBand h* coupl: leaving tn* ceremony at once for takea Kl 1 plao*: had; 10llt a petticoat In full sight cf the There wall' slletxy. Tile rain so \popular that she had to he
where MarUn la employed. Nldo. run-Inland. Hut how, grateful and dripped and dripped from the redwoods ready for callers every duy. Would he (Continued Next Week)

hnppy.Hhe had been I the n,''ID In which they stood like her to )Keep George Sewull for
.vr. Cherry be IV.cine-;;The to honeymoon'feel a varu* dlaMtlsfacuon ayi- "Dear little old blue petticoat I" be was In twllt.! > even at noon. I'eter dinner, when" they could play dominoes BKADFOKI

with Martin an4 the tnonotony snlrt. "Pear little old madcap AllxTh..e -!" could think ot notlilng to say. Marti I Mind for alaln011(1]( lie like the table with, I -
of her d lit*. ,
was silence, the eilence of Said. the_ picture. _puzzle__ ? He would like Bradford. Dec. 23-Mrs. Dave Dnl.ppent ,
,, CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley, Juatln Inanition about him. He came to About tno "weeks after the accident Just to talk u ? > ery well ; they would the week with her daujIr'r' J
L4ttl the lawyer becomes enraged to Anne, himself with a start. lie was\ up on there wn a change In the tone of the the sick-room, to find Peter alone to talk. Mrs. Annie Harrell.W. ,

ome weddingbeing1 monthe distant.eel Allz for vlalta September Cherry" pliyslclau''" who had been tTlvlna almost the dimly lighted sitting room. lIe Martin's duy was so filled and .

at Ha Nldo and the t.* clrls coax Mar all their time to Martin's case. glanced: at her, feeling rather thar divided with small pleasure, that It II. llarrell and family were .. : .
tin Into allowing Cherry To "* home for TJ.rft111, / no visible change In Martin hearing her was apt to him I tors in Alachua .iHi:1':1'
M".'. wedding.'CHAPTER : presence, and called her amaze by passing too I Sunday, ,puesta "
bur that fact In lts If was so surprising "Come over here, will }011. Cherry 1 1I quickly. He hud special breakfasts Mrs. Ollie Thomas.

VI.-In "her father'* houa* that It 1\o'a8\ construed Into"lIe wont to speak. to you." he had his paper' hilt hair was brushed' I ..
Cherry contrast the peaceful, happy. life Miss Hattie Weeks, of Santa fc .
there with her rattier aordld exlatonc, at hope that h* would lire. She cnmc, with an Inquiring and yet I and his bed remade a dozen times a is visitinR her ,
n Nldo and realise. that her marrtag-e Not as he had lived, they warned cot wholly" unconscious look, to the day Cherry shared her mull, which cousin Miss Lucille

Strickland ha been comethlng-, feeling. that a Cherry failure. la not Doctor being his mfe. It would lie but a restricted fireside' and he stood up to greet her was always heavy now, with him ; she Ilnrrell.

fair to Martin. In that ihe le undulySrolonelng life, tied to hH. couch, or permitted "Tired?" he asked, In an unnatural flitted Into the Kick-room every few Mrs. O.y. .Barry is numberoe1 on
her vlalt after Anne'* wed- at '--est, to move about within small \' minutes with small
I her to retur to her huaband.Bhe a mt'SNnges or gifts the sick list this week.
make* preparations for her departure. bilUndary on crutch. "I-I was 1uwt coins to bed." she With her bare, bright head, her busy"
i r.' ;' f "Martini", his wife exclaimed plteounly. answered, hesitatingly.! But she sal white bands, her voice all motherly Mrs. W. M. llarrell was called to(

>, .' CHAPTER he lia* had VII one.-I-eicr"grand Joyce paaelon"1t.1I. In Cherry til* I when this was Drat dlsctinsed. I down, nevertheless ; "sank comfortably amusement and S'rnplllund hweetness Fort White Tuesday to be at the bed'

J. ''It' " \ Iff*, but the woman waa not for him. He 'lie has' always been no strong-so Into the chair opposite his own, ant she'had nexer seemed so much side of her little nephew, Earl Cook

J.: :: '"{ doe her huatand.CHAPTER.not reveal. tier name. Cherry joint independent! lie would rattier;;-tie stretched her little feet, crossed at the a wife. She bad the plea antest laugh who is sufTerinsr from an nttmk of

>, :' would Infinitely rather he dead !" But ankle, before hl'r. as If she were Indeed In the world and fche often laughed diptheria.Mrs. .
:;,I i VIII.- The young ..It.'* 41.! tier mind was busy granplng the tired.He The slck'oom118 kept with exquisite
Ii :
possibilities \
atlafartlnn Incrnaa. la Blanche Scarborough of
and there Jacksonvillc
't alnoat '
"f. an ,
; .. opfn. break Martin hae a brief epell too. "lie won't Buffer too knelt down 'beside her chair, and simplicity, with ,such frcbtinens, borei i .
( ,, I .f *lck ni'im and aomelhlng of her old feelIng much?" nhe. nuked IVarfulIy. gnthered. her cold hands Into one of ness, nnd order us' made It a place ofdelight. returned home after a .i Rit

't : 1 for him return to C erry. They hastened to assure her that his own. ""'hnt are you and I going ; One"day Cherry brought home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs\ r M.

Ii., CHAPTER IX.-Doctor Btrlrkland I* the chance of his even purtlal recovery to do?" he asked. a great Vlkory howl of silvery glass" Andreu.
\ trlcken aiiddenly with what all perceive I She 'looked nt him In terror. and n dozen
le a fatal lllnee. Allx, flummon Cherry was still slight, hut that In case goldfish nnd Martin Sumner Andreu and wife were vriting '): ,
to her father'' deathbed.. After the doo- of his. (comaleHrence! rtln need not "Hut all that Is (changed she snld. never tired of watching them. Idly in Jacksonville last week
I tor'a death It tn dlaeovered that yeur* ago necessarily suffer. quickly, fearfully, while he' listened to her' reading."Cherry .
lie. had burrowed money. from Anne. '. fa I T. B. Edwards made
ther. and aeemlnirly. the debt wa never. Another day or two went by In the "Why Is It changed?" he countered, ," Petor said, on n w-et January a business trip

t the dlBt.'hartfed.utnonnt With arcumulatad Intereat. Hllent, raln-wrnpped hoime under the "I love )'ou-I hove' nlways loved jon, day, when IIP carno upnn her In the to LaCrosse Monday.J. .
practically conatirnoa all (lie I
\ money the doctor left. Juatln littleniakre trees; days of quiet footsteps, nndwhlsperlnc since the, days' long ago. In this very dining room, contentedly arranging a W. Surrency spent the wcok-fn.

Mil, wlfe'e It manlfuat r'Inlm.I It that tnnane he. will Hint Inalat the. two on nnd the lisping of wood house I I can't. slop 1t now. And. you fragrant mass of wet violets, "I tlllnkMltrllll's with his family

girl are left with practically nothing.CHAlTEFt flrps. .Then Mart In suddenly was conscious love" me, Cherry!I" out of the woods now. I believe W. M. Ilarrcll and

knew his life, languidly smiled. "Yt'8, I shall nhvHjs love you," ...hI'nnsw'r'II I'll be mo vine along !I" family Vf W

., been on a trip X.I -practically Peter Joyce around, who tia tti, ** at her', thnnked the doctors for oc- agitatedly, nfter a pnuse In "Oh, but we want you always, I'e Raborn and family, Mr. and Mrs. H.

I. \ feurld: rettiriin, not having learned; of tha: cnRlounJ, ease. from\ I'oln."I'pt.rI'rft which she looked at him with troubledcjes. ! i ter!I" she said' innocently regretful. D. llarrell motored to Hawthorn till

'JtJ. doctor'' with* death.rt-iiaril He to h..u thu. money of Anne'with* poltlon deep- This Was Alix's sorry, Jt'B terrible for .. "Hut--but-joii must see that The' ghost of a pained smile flitted' Sunday to see their prandfuthcr -whia

dlag-uat. Allx. liu' the home and IH mak Grave, Newly Covered you-terrible 1" he Bald In his new, we cirtinot-enmint think of all IJmt across Ills face, in his 87th year but whose h >alf

), to ing marry a fair living him. Binning Rhe ..roitHcnt, Joyce and uricce thy her With Flowers. hoarse' gentle voIce'lll'n lie first saw now," slip iidiled with dllllrulty. "I "Thank you." he said gently. "But is good.

: 5 I"" have home: a fllmule wedding and go to Joyc*'* tbe hills, In thei l'Ptlll'lpry-thls wasAllz's I'eter. They marveled among themselves couldn't fall :Murtln] now uht>n he I think I111 go," he added, III 1(((1Iy. Mrs. N. G. Hayes is on the sick!
to live. Ideally
liuppy. needs) ..
that he knew that Allz wa me I" She made no further
'i grave, newJy covered with wiltIng protest. this week.ItEcorm.
CHAPTER XI. Martin and Cherry masses' of noners, and he was gone. Hut to Cherry, In one of the "He needs you now," peter conceded "Hut where' she asked nvirmnthetlcally. -

I i"n.II'.EI.-: ;:' ':':vI:and for K" to the Rvd better Creek, but a keeping everybody waiting. He murmured long hours that she spent' sitting beside "nnd I don't, nik you to do. any .

Clwiry. retalna the, old fueling, of dlanatlafactlon. an apoloio the watting men him and ,holding tils big, weak, thing thnt must dKtrt-ss him now. Hut "I don't know, I shall fake Buck- PRICES FOR \

there Bile.come vlalt to i'oter a realization and Allx, that andwhile were all kindness and sympathy strangely white hard, he explained : In. a fmOlllhH, when his mother start off toward the big mountains. I1EIWlwI\ ,;,

.he low* p"t..... Though ehe ha* never He got back Into the motor cur; ono duy. "I knew !the waa" killed" he cnrnes don for a visit you must tell I'll write you now nnd then, of course 1 Strawberries are
,1 I'eter known had It, Cherry 1* the woman; whom the snld. out of a sllcnre. "I thought we them honestly I that you care for me," I'm going home, first i" $2.15
In mlnil when he told her of man who drove them quickly toward per quart to the grower at lie
rraflcd lila "Krand love paHHlon.. He ha* never the valley talked eimllv. Imd both were I" he nnld. "Just now," Cherry mused, ..sadly platform, in Plant City!
to her, and the attuatlon
cow "How did she Cherry was trembling
ever happen to do
I ltT' vloll'ntly."Dllt ,
/ bciomo Peter "perhaps) It Is best for
tragic.CHAPTER steadily to attempting to Interest you-to getaway This record was attained
sold.. Ohe; how could I I
Cherry : she
was always to sure protested.! Now
him in tile afTiilrg-'of that Martin Is
BIIIUL no much
XII.-Peter confeBBe* 'III* water of herself> when she drove fast !" "Tell him thin 1 nm going nwny de- better' when early in the ,{Iay's dealing, the )
J f love to Cherry, and ehe admlta a like feelIng company\ In San Francisco. When they she added, In a little burst. "I
'J I 1 for him. A altuatlon bordering on got to the valley/ II city train was arrivIng "'I don't know," hf answered. "It Bert Ing him when he mnot,needs me !I" do feel so sorry for you. Peter! I price climbed from $1.25 to $2.1i:>. |i
1 hidden guilt I* created. In the dot-toi'* was' all Jlke a flash of course I Peter bad grown very pale. know how feel. I There were two lots! which commanded
litble Allx find* a receipt for the money and Peter snw people looking you shall miss her Iff
lie had borrowed. Anue'a claim fall to at him furtively and sorrowfully. He never watched' her' drive-I had such he stammered, his face always, of course," said Cherry, "but the high price-one lot of 23 quartsbroupht ,'I
,, the ground and. Allx and Cherry. are remembered" tbe confidence In her !I" cloMO! to hers-"hut you cunnot menu I have, him." I in by W. E. Bledsoe of Sydney
financially Independent. Heartbroken over many many times that this Is the end?" ,:F
I their tragic poeltlon, Peter vainly *eeka Allx had waited for him at the trains ; Ill* Interest dropped ; she saw that "1 try not to think of. her," I'eter and another of 16 quarts which :I '
a aolutlon which ehall make She moved her. : :1
fer the lips If she
tual bapplneaa of Cherry and but he glanced; toward the Mg madrone, the tide of pain was slowly rising bout to sp >uk ; looked at us him was said, flinging up bis head."When was brought in by A. D. Beaty !taiacity. ;.
t there .o..m. no way. I under which she always parked her gain, and ,III need lit tbe clock.It blankly. .
Teen you do, Cherry said, earnestly .
suddenly tears and she
cnme !
IJoyd'a CHAPTER aunt,, ha XIII.* her-Mr Norm,concern Martin car. She was usually deep In a book wall two ; he might not have relief wrenched her hands free ,from hU, giving him more of her attention'than I Just after dinner the offerings wre I'

I, J ing peter and Cherry "8u1'lclon. tee) aa he rroNsed from the train but abe until four. In his own eyes Bhe sawt't'flt'cted and laid her arms about his neck. Oer hud been usual, of lute, "Here Is quite liberal many small lots con ,

I ( tI tli* danger of the situation.CHAPTWR would fling It Into the back seat and the apprehension.of her own. wet cheek was'pressed! to his own, and something to think, Peter. It'. this; ing* in, indicating that there is an appreciable J "

I XIV.-Joyc* urge* Cherry make room for him beside her. The "You might ask I'eter to play some be put his arms tightly; about the little we have so much to be thankful for, movement just ahead. Ono ',

,( j.' fJ' to"o some leave remote Martin part and of go the away world with where him dog would bound Into the tonncau, ot. that-that rainbly stuff he was shaken figure because "she nt'ver-knew! It was of the largest. lots yesterday was 107 1
mildness /
;,, .i they can live their live* together.. She Ails would hand her husband his playing. yesterday?" he suggested. "Peter I' she yhUpered, desolately. Cherry went ou, eagerly quarts from the Sam Alday farm. L. )
( finally ronnent. fi-i-llne; that. Allx, will forKlve mull, the Cherry only too hniipy to have him And "sheer madness-that Is clear uow. I 'r,
cur would after time when ?
I with
and Feiermake" for start a great a the violence of G. Couch was the highest bidder .ttiiiff /) ,
'. arrangement* dou't (t
'I. I their journey. plunge' toward the mountain-toward want anything, to have Mm helped by her sobs was lessened, and she was try to explain it, because It's all
the l lot
the cool garden hliiti up on the rldge'Cherry anything, flew to find Peter. Busy breathing more quietly she tuld \\tieen washed away by the filghtfuluiing / at $1.85 per quart, or ,\

f CHAI'TBH arrlvo XV.*. Peter-The hail day gone of thetr Into 6e\n departure '. . e with one of the trays that were really again : "I'eter 1 We can never dieuni' that happened. I'm different $197.95 for the 107 quarts. "-! '

i 1'YaticlHpo. where Cherry waa to meet him looked small and pathetic Inb'r beginning to Interest und please the that drrmu ago III." BOW; you're different don't know The movement last night ag-lO'rjllt.:

I, t the on the boat Btenmer t'hvrry Actually meet* Martin on her, who way ha to* fresh. black, and her face was Invalid now, she told herxclf that the "We Kliull dream It again," he corrected bow we e\er thought we could-" ed ten frl'ezl"rs-nlne" of the 80 quarts!!

left hi* lluatloll ut Red Creek and 1 I. on marked by secret Incessant weeping. lioiiee WHS a different jilace, now that her.Cherry There was a silence during/: which size and one 32 quart freezer. Thru"*
of hi* way to her. Te.'roulI'h-k..n, ehe manugca she looked him
d.lctors'cOIn. the
gonethe but
Hut one nurse was anxlousl,
word to and gropa back the nurses aud doctors could not did not answer for a long berries were distributed amongthe
I 11 to If'h;: with t; .t.n. On the way nay. enough for her self-coutroJ ; she lag only for brief calls and the dear title. Then. nhe gvutly, disengaged expression ou hla face did not alter, markets of Washington Philadelphia,
.h* muater courage avifllolent to tell him and he did
I th* truth about her fnultnK for him. Mar was itlwuis composed always quietly familiar sound of the old piano. echoing herself from his arms, and sat erocUllcr not speak. New York and Chicago.
1' ) { Un prof.eae.* hliuaelf unable. to underetani lielpful and culm when they saw tier, through the rooms. tears were ended now, and her "And what I think we ought to bethuukful The to
lier freezer of strawberries
I grievance_ nnd she. was tilwuys busy From earlymorning Martin come from the fiery furnace voice firmer and surer, for she resumed, "Is that
.. when changed In soul and body. It was a "No Allx would rather-she would rather be shipped from Plant City Contained
CnAI'TEJXVt.A'.prIHI. Allx of th* HIB.! clipped Into the ; never again\ 1" she toll] him.
situation between. liliiiulf and Cherry, nave It this way. :She told that eighty quarts which boujrht 10 T
Martin Inalnuattta. that aomeone han bfiAin nick-room, to stand looking at the unconscious thin gentle, strangely pntlont man "I've been thinking about it, all these me were
\ making love to Cherry. Allx IndlKiiatitlyrepudiate Martin lIh a troubled, Intent "bo'UII propped, In bed for his days, and I've come to see. what Is she would be heart-broken If there had J. S. Robinson Friday. The highr-nt
the I Idua, and. Murtln Inn, no4onoepiluii Thanksgiving dinner, and whose pain- been any actual separation between price fifty
I of thn real truth t iter, Home expression that the nurses cnme right, as I never did before. Allx paid far $2.05 a quart for
, ohMnrvatlnnB miule by Martin, and. her to know well, until night, oh* moved worn face turned with au appreciative never knew about UK, reter-nnd me and Martin, and bow much worse seven. quarts raised by S. II, Wilder
own Intuition tore Allx to a realization untiringly about Btnile to the decorations alld th gifts Unit's been that would have betm-what we
the the thlcE for which 1
f>r the 10e.Hlln.\ between.' ivtt-r and quiet, shaded one -) and Sam Allen. The remaining! twoa
\, alie house. She' ttiat made Ills room cheerful. could be thankful all planned, I mean. She was spared
I ,Vhrrry. Heartbroken paaHi>* the supervised the Chinese this time! But ty-four quarts cost Mr. Robinson $l.25
nlgiu. wan tnake up her mind a* to th,* count* *h* now-what a quart. Mr. Robinson snipped me
will puraue.CHUT10R. hours for rent and exercise, telephoned, but steadily ; Martlii had a long talk, that was that somehow Martin and I would have ruined both our
; dusted and arranged the rooms, saw dreaded by Cherry from the Brat hours would come to _well, to be nearer lives. We were brought to our senses, freezer to M. Plowaty & Son ChifaKO. -
XVII,-Cherry vet an anon- cullers of the accident, with his phy lclans. and the awakening only came a little .
1 moua letter from. ited Creek coupllng- sweetly and patiently, Oiled to each other, and that somehow lie
Martln'* mime with that of a woman" vast's with flowers.Kvery lie bore the ultimatum with unex and 1 would make a success ot our sooner than It would have come any A. H. Reublinp & Son bought all ef

named, to Hatty Alix, and Wood the. Hhe latter Dhow. tiueatloniitgMartln the letter - ) day she. had several vigils In peeled fortitude. murrluge, would spare. well, let's say way I"I'eter the berries which came in Satunfcy.

. ... lie practically admit the trutliof the slck-roorn.. and every day at least "Let me get this straight," he sal*! the family name, from all the disgrace had walked to the window There were sixty-four quarts Th
/ the accusation. IMvoiue la now opotily HlowJy. "The O. K. and tba and was looking out at the
and shabby
talked of. I'eter and Cherry arrange to BO one long talk with the doctors Every arm publicity of a divorce price paid was $1.G6 a quart Sat
.way together Sunday, two da>* UlatanUCHAPTER afternoon and evening' ) had Its caller ; leg, but the back-" "But, Cheiry, DIY clllldI'.tf'r expostulated. winter trees that were dripping rain, urday's berries in in lots of three
she and I'eter were rarely alone. Cherry kneeling lJe..lde> XVIII.-Saturday! morning' drenched or four each. Some lots were
Peter reallae I from Allx'* manner and Martin was utterly unconscious of tuuiclM on his drew a wincing breath ;your life to the fancy that DO one else chrysanthemums bad been
amblfuou. remaik that ah* la aware ot the life that flowed on about htm Martin reassured her with an Indulgent can take yoar place with him_" bowed to tbe soaked earth. tiouRht by other buyers and resold toMr.

the eltuatlon.and: Martin He dopart doe*for not i'eter'tell; cabin Cherry.Allx In. sooietlmefl he seemed to recognize; nod. "That," she said, steadily, "Is 'Just "Here In Dad's home," Clierry said- Reublin?, who shipped. to N*'"

the automobile, leaving f'eter and cherry Cherry and would star with palnfnl "I've known It right along 1" he told what I must do !I" coming to stand beside him, "I see York.-Plant City Courier, Dec it.
to fallow them on foot. On the way they lutontness Into her. He looked" at the doctors. "It'l I'eter looked at her for few bow wicked and how mad I was. In
*\r*' met by > woman who, on the verve her face, but after a a seconds
of hymertca, Informa them the car, wlltoAllx few seconds Ills gaze would wander no go?" without speaking.) another twenty-four hours It would STOCKHOLDERS MEETI>fi
and Martin ha* rune over a precl- to the strange "I don't see why I should deceive "You don't love him." be said. have been too late you don't know To the Stoekholdor* of th, Bradford
l>lce, They tlnd Allx" dead and Martin eo nurses, and the room tsr Alwtmet Company!
badly Injured. that it 1 I. felt death would tliat he had never known and with you, my dear boy," said the younget "No," she admitted, gravely. "Idon't how often I wuke up in the night and :Notic l> hiMt-ny g-lven that nn 1I.lordlLy.
be a happy releaa. / doctor who had md of shiver thinking that I tin Tib day of January. 19.S2. at .trn o..k.
f Aud
I a puzzled sigh he would close his eyes grown very < love him-not In the way you as It Is, of tho "'nek.
a. m. on .old day nwotinn .
TTie. twisted" low 1>raucliei of ollk again and drift back Into bill own him. "You can still heat' we at bridge, mean." I am here In tbe dear old house; and holder. of the Bradford County Abstract .--

tret'a threw Miailowa on tile ncme strange world of pain fever and unconsciousness. you know, you can read and write, nnd "He la nothing to you," Peter argued. Martin-well, ;you can see t1l11Pt even of pan the,. a Clerk corporation of th. Circuit will "b*Court.bold at In the the 011'eon"houni. "

when they tinaljy reacluKl It. and tiliecp come to the table after awhile ; you "As a matter of fact. It never wa' Martin's life Is going to be far happier at Stark*. Florida to ..Ieet l ofticorii for
were cropping ttie have devoted wife to k. what than It ever was It'8 the ywir and tranaaot other and all b..l-
watered ertins of Almost every day there wa* the your 'ep finding a marriage should. be. It was such a Joy to I n_ that any dvl"alil. W
the irrmeytirtl. The soft autumn IIky, sudden summons and panic In the old new things fur you to do I Next sum.oier always-always a mistake." me, she added, with the radiant look Ir..t al may..Id be meet'nucmuary'n.,. or

the drift of tinowy clouds acroxs tlie house, Peter going toward the sickroom now-a chulr out In the garden 11 "Yes," the conceded sadly: "It'a.. she often wore when her husband's I I It, G. W. ALDERM P..I.A N....

blue, the clour nhadowa. on l brown with a thick beating at his heart. Cherry was fearfully watching het always a mistake I" comfort was under consideration "to j

gratia under the oaks, all tburie were Cherry entering, white-faced and with husband's face. "Then there Is nothing to bind you feel that we need never worry about S. J. Howard, of Macclenny, secured

familiar. Hut I'eter mill looked dazedly i. terrified" eyes' doctors and nurses gathering ""'t"11" nil do what we can to make to him I" I'eter added. tbe money end of thing* there'* three fifty-pound cans of lard from

at hI. black cuff and at tile turn**] noiselessly near for the last It easy Marti" she. whispered! Ic: "No-and there Imi't Allx to distress enough for what we need forever!I" j' one hog last week. He killed several
... earth next to tbe doctor'* headstone, scene in the drama of Martin's suffer- U'uru.He. now !I" she agreed, thoughtfully "And must never worry about mon hog but ouly one that produced 150

telling-Jilmsolj!!! !..aguln! that.. thl* 1ft8 for Inj-::- JJut tht..r.U.l..J1j!: com*. looked at her with a whimsical yet," Ill! went J2P.,suddenly.! !!! "I do this ey. he told her. "And If ever yon pounds of lard. -it. it tt In a uell1.tD! n.J


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t. --.-.- .--- r canes in the falf Instead of bedding for some time, and will continue until -I jects, agricultural reading courses Po1i'eman-Lost' yer mutiny ';\

1 ......... them. In the southern part of the the home crop spoils the marketfor I' and civil service courses before February yer? Why didn't yer leep he. "I
I -------- state it is not too late to plant in mid the Florida grower The man who first. The Telegraph will be skirt T '{

.1 r---- winter This does away with contamination 'has been getting a dollar] per quart glad to have its readers take advan- Little Alfred-I cou'cou'couldrreach

k *J :' Bradford i ( in the bed. for his berries on the platform loses tage of this splendid opportunitywhich it.

i With/ The I I 4. Select the more resistant varieties interest in them when the price gets the state offers its citzens ev- -

N I for seed. down to 10 cents and ceases to pick. erywhere through the general exten- Let not your right hand know

? j Farmers 5. Burn all trash in the old bed, And yet we have known northern I fi'on' division. your left hand does. Each might what ,
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'f. t and all diseased cane. growers who thought themselves on the other.'
1 -.l lucky and making money if their Lor ,
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............-...-.... COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS ties averaged 10 cents for the season How long is it since!! you kissed your iRi
i through.
t wife? Give her a good
Highland, Dec. 23.--Misses Beth one the 1& f ,
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ij. I Taylor-Enrolling many boys in various Strawberries have brought muchmonf'Y before and what '
see a swell dinner'you
The varieties best!! adapted to and Winifred Wimbcrly, Mrs. II. C.
youraection clubs. Farmers harvesting
busy -
: 'I are
t : into Florida in the past and
ry' . if healthy and stunted, arc 'I and Wimberly, Gilbert] Darker and K.: W. get on Christmas.
)' s J s sr i I cane potatoes. will bring more in the future as the
r skimming the what want.
it comes to you business distributed --
When 1 gets more widely
market From December till the first of -JOIN WJIITE&anaansiR
the ,
the of Madison-Our farmers
cream right off top I are preparing for the two or three points whichare I.
little February is the ideal planting seaxon. Uohannun visited; relatives at
I I. the tilrawbrrry" is the greatest for a big watermelon acreage next known as strawberry centers haveno
from Set the trees out carefully, with Lawtey Tuesday and Wednesday. anar h as '
f l pct skimmer in the world. Reports) spring flub enrollments continue to monopoly of the business. Thereare
1 I in Florida show that the plenty of top soil packed well around increase.Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Engebretsen: are ,
\ I many points many other places in the state Leal Vie aw
offerings are bringing extra the roots, which should be spread out receiving congratulations on the arrival -
curly equally as well adapted to the grow-
fancy prices. A dollar a box on the pretty much as they grow originally. -Truck growers who have ing of berries as those which have of a fine boy, born at the home BivFers

r platform' is the way some of the reports i Dp: not pack fertilizer around the peppers growing now are feeling good made such remarkable successes at it. of its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.

I# 'i read. roots!! In transplanting. Monday the growers association sold Plant City had an income from its Wilkinson, Friday. Die Quinine Doca riot /Mat II lit jBrranse
Water the trees next spring; if dry, fancy in New York for $9 Miss Ollie Marr returned Sunday (
of Its tonic
I. .*' This Is story with a moral. There peppers berries of nearly half a million dollars and lal '!ve effort, ../..
i i 1 ., and mulch the soil clone to the trees and TIVK: UROMO QUININE (Tab .ta) can I I.,
t $10 a crate, while their choice from a visit with relatives at Starke. ruin
fr ,.
! cents without
at ten season of by , .
w is money In strawberries last and it was only one anyone .UOIl1!! nrrvou nr n, .
I. UBpd be consid- with rotted leaves, grass or any form crates went for $a.50. Ripe strawberries Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel lu the head. C.W.GKUVL: aUmatura\ ? :i?
+ ': a box. I In fact, that to several towns, which was engaged in
of decaying vegetable matter. are on the market. Extensive Kicks were visitors to Jacksonville I -
+ d Bred a fancy price It Is a comparatively the business. Other shipping cent..rewill To Stop a Cough Quick t ttaker
fi The has more deepgrowinganchor cabbage fields
pecan are being planted. Thursday. I
s'I' fruit to grow, and contrary eventually be established and the *
', t easy but its HAYES HEALING HONEY '
roots Hum most trees
"rt to the opinion of some of our business will spread over the state Rev. James Conway, of Green Cove cough medicine which stops the t
the surface, Paseo Local farmers have br
clone\ to
feeder roots are contracted -
friends it will grow about equally well for the shipping of ripe strawberries Springs, filled his regular appointment healing the inflamed and irritated tissuesA r. 1
+ just about the color of the soli and to grow 350 acres of spring t
box of GROVES O
church PEN
Saturday -
x S of FI"rlda.I in mid-winter will always he lucrativeand at Baptist
II I t# in every part easily tut by deep plowing.. Plowingand tomatoes. Them tomatoes will be morning SALVE for Chest Colds. Head CuldTalirt

Instead! of a few localities dt'fotej cultivation xhould be shallow. A sold for a dollar a crate at the packing Florida has a practical monopolyof ,1 and James Strickland and Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of '
1 inevery the mid-winter market. The state Mr. Mrs. HA YES' HEALING HONEY.
fruit il should be grown Tile salve
a to that mower or even a hoc, may bo, used to houses in Dade City and NewPort
Caleb. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson should be rubbed
Mr the
center and shipped I should grow more strawberries.-The non, on chest and throat ,'
1l agricultural : weeds' down.A Richcy.
cut keep Tampa Times. were business visitors over to of children suffering from a Cold or) Croup
c from every station. That might i few trees set out now will, withi V Starke Monday. The limllnn effect of Hayet Heallna: Hunr.n' | i'
the price below the present truly exorbitant mall amount of attention, give you I Polk-All crop are in good condi aide the' throat combined with the hallogeertd. '
Messrs. Wasdin of lien: St. Mary, drove a oI'.Drate Salvo through' the pores 2 .
t4; 4 j 'v figure, but the.ditrerl'ncl.. an abundance of nuts for home use inn tion. All packing houses are operat the skin soon stops a cough. I '
made in and C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, were Both remedlea am racked In one
than up carton and lilt
would lie far more
1 few years.IIKT1KK ing. visitors here Sunday.G. cost of the combined tr.wealla iUc. _
4 S the bulk of sales. Florida would get > Juet ask your druggist for HAYES'HEAUNG
H. Darker was a business visitor -
p j lots of money, and the outside world ; ACItlCUl/rUIcK<<; FOR Alathua-Crops of oats and rye When times are hard a person's opportunity to Jacksonville Tuesday. HONEY.
P 1)) i would get lots of the best fruit in the FLORIDA are being planted, tractor being used to find a position that pays --

; I """urld. for motive power in many cases.\ depends largely upon school training \\JUlcr.jlulDGj;

For the strawberry i is the, genuinequeen We hear and read almost every day and previous experience. At present But little feminine sympathy is | COFFINS & CASKETSAnd \

, of fruits. Raw or roam, munity councils in this from thirteen The young, ones absorb it all. a .
or fresh, with or without awaiting an agricultural and live our county to sixty-five are fitting '

y ''j { I the strawberry is alwaysclflieous.- stock future for Florida that will open week. themselves for better positions by Supplies
I'I's I ,
h the slightest idea how i._ getting more education at home thru The Christmas spirit is a Christian !
' t I Nobody has the eye of, the world. Our best agriculturists AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
f > many carloads it would take to sup.v and livestock men have such Clay-One hundred acres will be the General Extension Division of theUniversity spirit in which everyone should par- Always on hand. The beat arr.wire .

a ply the market, for, although: thl.'re't a faith in the possibiltines of our planted to cucumbers this year. Cluborsranizatlon' of Florida. I ticipate. at the lowest prices. Special :p

1 have been temporary "gluts" there htate that frequently they tell us we is proceeding encourag Until the first of February the Gcr\-\ attention to telegraph or-

?, t has never been a time when the Amor- can grow next to everything in way ingly. era!, Extension Division\ offers scholarships -: When a rich man can not find anything era. Registered Embalmer. .1

lean people in n whole; had all of this of farm crops and raise hogs and cattle to all citizens regardless of else fashionable enough to pay I '

a Jp; fruit they wanted) that will heat' those of the famed Duval-The great advantages of age or previous school advantages: he can always fall back on alimony.A DeWTIT C. JONES

There \is room in Florida for unlim Middle West.Certainly dairying and poultry raising in this who feel the need of more education. STARKE FLA

( ited expansion. The ,grower: of moderate all this enthusiasm is not vicinity are being preached by us to These scholarships> cover'the common bishop wants to know if we arc ,

e t Im;(I I nieuna and modest ambitions, by for naught.! We are convinced that : many ,who. enquire as to our possibil school branches, not only for boys and to make Peggy Joyces or Frances ,a fMI'II\f"s m R lmtlRN'+ntnxAAa' 1

I i [. combining Ktiuwherries with beta and such future awaits us. In fact, that itles. girls who cannot go to school but Willards of our girls.! But that should No Worms in a Healthy '6

f { Sd poultry, keeping the latter closely future will come to us whenever we -- men and women who want more edu, not worry him. Either kind would be AU children troubled with Worms have. an uo.hialtbyculor. r

J + t'ontined in the picking rlt"IMOn, can I will that it should. It remains for I Orange,: -Gave a talk this week be- cation. All papers are handled confidentially sure of breaking into print. rule, there .It.more which or lodicatoi lees stomach>OOr blood dinurluna,and" MI

; S "J'' 'make, more clear money on 1\\ fiveacrefnnn the men and women of Florida to fore the local Rotary Club. Received and citizens who feel the GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given ni :

'l\: r'I ;" than he could dig out of forty make themselves proficient in the art I la cordial reception. The rotarians need of more education can get it in It may be more blessed to give thanto .larly Improve for thedlgeMlon.aod two or. three weeks act will as a eorkh cnoral! the smug! bent,l lenlnfl > :

d" p acres' in the northern fanning regions and the science of jt'rowinJcrops anti showed a keen interest in our work this way without embarasBment or receive but some people have no Tonic to the whole eyitem.., Nature will 1 thnthruw .

and, enjoy a &good: dent more of life raising the various classes of livestock I and seemed to appreciate the Infor- loss of time. scruples about taking. 111 perfect olt or health.dl nel Pleaaaot the worms to,take.and Uir"75c Child PIT loule wlllho M1'

; o while! doing It.=Lakeland Telegram.roit When this art has been mastered mation I gave them. In the name way high school coursesarc ,i;

t .f J I given to those who desire them.
and this science which underlies I
1'OINIEKSTHKS1KAWIIEKKV: 'i'UKiKOXVKIt PECAN ,I Volusia -In company with two car Review offered to teachers
: } .1\1 ,. /' it attained then will we have this courses are ::
I ( future. loads of farmers I visited the Stokely in preparation for state or special n

t '' ,.,!,'," --- Much pioneer work has been done I banana' plantings at Mt. Dora this teachers (',certificates and civil service : '
'' 4 )/' soil Is adaptable to week. AVj gained much valuableknowledge
rP ,,: !'F Mont Florida and is being done. Hut the way IH courses lire given' which will assist 1

"t ..j pecan growing.Vherever' the hickory long1, and cannot be made in a few thereby. the student seeking a >iftvt-rnment

k \ .''I /, grows, the peenn will grow, and generations. All generations and all I position The covering PiiT
not naturally Liberty-Many cf our farmers are
which in
windy soil of
&w institutions must contribute.The every phase agriculture will be

: f'' adapted to the hickory will\ grow pc- college,: of agriculture at Gainesville I' (having cholera..their hogs ,inoculated against found of ,great: value to busy young

ran, if proper attention IH given to is to offer a short course for I I people and men and women on the '

Y cover crepe and mulching.If frfrm everywhere.Tell '
formers and farm women on January
t high and woll-dinin- REFRIGERATION HEARING TODE friends; ;
have a
S you your that Bradford
5 5 3-13. One of the main things to
55 tdllmtaround the home which With-I taught is the new agriculture for "I' REOPENED KARLY DATE county is entitled to fifty scholarshipsin THE UNIVERSAL CAR i,

I dt''p'hy, or even sand sulmoil state and the better methods of raising review' courses, high school sub-
' /I rock too close\ Tallahassee Dec. 15. It learned '
/ out water or was 1 I'
I i livestock. Hundreds of our farmers
I nurfaoe:, plant a few pecan trees on today at the offices of the railroad '
l I and farm women should take advantage II'
r'' it. of this opportunity to learn commission that the hearing in the ASPIRIN :
p Get your trees from the nonrest reliable matter of the railroad commissioners
how to do better farming. The instructors -
: nursery\ and do not try to jet against the railroads, known as the : '11
they will meet at Gainesville
the biggest nut t they have. Ask for I \ have in Refrigerator Hearing, will be reopened Name "Bayer" on Genuine I 1
spent masteringtheir
varieties! which are known to do well in Jacksonville on Jan. 8th. The President i l
specialties. They have much to
"' In your part of the state and which offer. If you desire an opportunity, The hearing: will be held before At- $355 the Ford Motor Co : '

can he depended upon to produce. on- : here it Is.UEIl torney Examiner Ho well of the interstate '

fluid crops of a medium to Urge size commerce commission.It .

paper shell pecan. If several treeaI]I HOT OP SUGAR CANE is understood that the issue involved PQ if / J Mr.\ Edsel B. i :

get two varieties rather is the reasonableness of .
are planted, refrigerator .

than one. Red rot of sugar cane Is a problem] charges on Florida perishables.The Ford says- I ',
s I' As H rule it does not pay to try to with many farmers and one which deserves matter was first heard about a ,

nave money! In buying pecan trees. year ago. ",
serious stud:{ and prompt "We are taking ad- I
treatment. It \ill a fungus disease
S of
a ,' that may appear in any cane field. It Bewares I Unless you see the none in
; known economy '
does not usually show itself until after STRAWI1ERKIES Bayer on package or on tabl t. II I
I n : you 'I :
r of I I
are not #getting the manufacture 4, ,
( the cane has been bedded a few genuine Aspirin pro i
months. It develops more rapidly if When old Isaac Walton, the guide, scribed and Jy physician' for 1 s'- our products in order I 1
yearn proved safe |
t'i the cane in the bed becomes dry, says philosopher and friend of alt the fishermen Aspirin only ? told in tile hy millions.B yw pnckajre Take $660 that we may give I
6 i A, P. Spencer, vice-director of agricultural that came after him, gave: utterance for Ool i ; t. ; to the sentiment that "Doubt- tnmi. Earache, Toothache Lumbago, and
Proofs '
extension. For that reason :I" ,'
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I. .H.and'r tin boxes. of twelve a the possible / ,
\ cane will usually keep best when bedded less God could make a better berry Tablets of Bayer
d 1 f" Aspirin cent few cents DriurKiirt do- :
,,, S p I are found I in shallow piles with all the stalks than; the strawberry, but doubtless He : also IIMI l<1rgt\r packaged: Aspirin- price, and by so II ill

.1 vM only in lying close to the ground. never did," he spoke in all reverence ia th. trade mark of flayer Mnnu facture ing we feel that we I'',

tt: and sincerity, for he spoke the solemn of Mon_ t1cacid..t r of SaJicylioacid. doing the one big I
Healthy Livestock Red rot shows itself by red streaks, .__ .. \ are
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,,located in the pith of the stalk. These truth and all the generations since CALOMEL SALIVATES $595 thing which will help I

I t' 11 Old etopslossesbykeepingetockhealthy.Reliable Mustang Liniment: red streaks border oT( Into white spotsin his day have confirmed his opinion. AND LOOSENS) : TEETH this country into ,: '

$ u SOOTHES while CURING I i typical cases of red rot. If the And yet we doubt if old Sir Isaac had more prosperous II Ii i i'li3i.

\ \ N. AlcoholNo Sling No Tartan cane planted lust year had any of this ever tasted a strawberry such as growon The Very Next Dose of This Treacherous are '
S e made of pure appearance and If any of the stalks Florida soil, and ripen under the Drug May Start Trouble People
{I'' healing oils. When rubbed freely I showed stunted growth it is almost genial influence of a Florida's* win (A' $295 interested in prices, : ; ,

into the hide, it penetrates muscle certain that it was infected.If ter's sun, producing delicious\ berriesin You know what calomel Is. It's and are buying when :
t I and tissue to the bone,thereby over. ,
coming theillsof cattle,hogs,sheep, diseased cane Is laid in a bed with great abundance from late November mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan prices! are right." !

mules, horses, etc. good cane, the entire bed is likely'to -Thanksgiving-until the following gerous. It crashes in BOUT bile like .

Says ,,tills\ "scksonVi11.. Ca- become diseased. Anyone suspectingred June. He probably formed his dynamite, cramping\ and sickening: The enormous de-
D | used your extcan liniment rot to be in his field should opinion from such wild specimens as $445 wA Fords I
.6 on a cow of mine that waa .uft.r nil from present you. Calomel attacks the bones and mand for ,
a caked nddftr. She was relieved. in I day by all avoid saving cane from he found growing in English meadows I
lie, into that Mr.Fordis
from auftrrinK and completely cured in should never put your sys!! proves i.
about 5 to II da"l.." this field for seed. on some of his fishing: trips. It must : I

Inhn H Fisher New \ i\' bune wa..o badly atova up In hla If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated I' I
tore'kpandahouiderthatwecouldnn' une has usually not spread through the grwon under favoring conditions
reasonably ,
: him. llyuiing, MealcsnMustangLimment and all knocked out, just go For
on him he waa completely cured and re- canes to make it worthless for syrup. }possesses a sweetness and aroma that :
1 1 ,' stored to the, bat of condition." Therefore' the best disposition to fully justifies the old fishermen'spraise. to your druggist and get a bottle of prompt delivery, @@I,,1

f fa 1 FREE WITH_ ZSc TRIAL"BOTTLE make of Infected cane Is to \grind it I It is even better in those Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents $625 place your order :
.olid braaa ).nand-
I Take" TODDLE TOP. Latent crwe-iet j for syrup. The following means of 'qualities' than its cultivated' descend' which ia a harmless veetable' substitute Special ...11.. or__.tIc ... now. Terms if desired. I
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noel Send 25 rents In pa or coin lor I' calomel. Take > euppbedAll "
Trial BottleHmurhold( Siiei:\Mustang Iin.Im"t control have been recommended: ants. We have sacrificed!! somethingof : for dangerous a --. r.O.B. Detroit I :
1 and g"t T'nddleTop"laalitUiy tm.N, .. 1. Plant only.healthy canes. Canes those desirable qualities in favor of spoonful and if it doesn't start your: I I
v41StFUth"'LWkhra Y.25c5Ocl.OO I'
5,5 II yuaMlg.a showing even the slightest discoloration \ size and productiveness. But the liver and straighten you up better and 1.

, of the interior should be discard\ strawberry still remains the acknowledged quicker than nasty calomel and with-

Sold by Drug and General Store. ied. queen of berries, and Florida is out making you sick, just go back and J. W. Andrews Jr. Dealer i: :

,' -'maCoed OldSfandbySisa18I8"I 1 I 2. As an extra preventive the selected its favorite homo. Nowhere else in get your money.
l Don't take calomel! It makes '
MEXICAN i canes may be diped in bordeaux America is this dolicous berry produced you STARKE, FLORIDA I ''IIJ I
I+ I sick the next day; it loses you a day'swork.
mixture Just before being planted. in such profusion to grace the Dodson's Liver Tone straightens '

This will kill any fungus that may : Thanksgiving and Christmas tables you right up and you feel great. ;t

I have gotten into the cut ends or surf of the wealthy, as in Florida. Ship. No salts necessary. Give it to the j f

I faces ments are already rolling northwardIn children because It is!! perfectly harm- -.._---_-_.____ ..
3. Whenever possible plant the considerable volume, and have been ,less and cannot salivate.-Adv-60.! -_ - -

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LONG BlillGEEng 'visitor", to town Saturday. THE HETl'ltS1' YULETI; Miss Mae Duke left Tuesday after.on t
I ,- i Mrs. G. M. Beville Is visiting relatives 1 for her home in Five Mile ler Mrs winning train. l : :: : : t 0.
Bridge, Dec. :23.-Miss Ruby in Trenton Christmas comes and the old w ..roy Mizelle and Tommie I'han-\'was u visitor AVillnrd Parker, of New \
;r.)4 Johns and mother Mrs. S. N. Mrs. Ida'Raney has been on the sick turns V! I motored to Five Mile Sunday uftcr Ing. to town Monday .

J g, were attending to business in list but is somewhat improved. Fondly back to its fairy i'I. 1'1 River Friday afternoon I I Services will be held next Sundayat Days that saw Him whose upletid t \ Boyd, Worthington, wan ',, termion Aftor a short met ImnineM Monday l S
' { ev. Williams, of Starke, filled his the Free Will Baptist church by burns t 11t\,88 visitor here Saturday. Clan a program was : .
.4 nintmcnt hero Saturday and Sun. the pastor E. B. Joyner, of Dukes. Bright through ears of murk and 1 Seth Roberts and baby are the I ic being Mother. rendered the f N
( ... :' Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Johns and maze; lI.f Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Dekle. Delicious! refreshments. '
4 undve Adkiim and. Miss Mary ': children of Alachua, passed!, through; Back to the Star whose speaking rays i I Srndy Brown and children mo- by Mcstliimcx Dirk) Hewitt weie 'jeivi l r _
'S ble were visitors to Lake ''Butlerurday. here Sunday. Wise men spied ns it beckoned thl'1II I t' t..their homo at Miller Friday. Hewitt und! \V. M .liOinfon. \ .. '

';8 | Lucian Hazcn, of) Bland Is here on Over Judca's winding ways-- j***. Mann made A professional Math l>uki-, and .sister Miss \
\" Sapp was transacting bus-! I| a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Back to the Babe of Bethlehem! al' *: fl in Starke Thursday. i[ G. W. Hazen.I I),'3C.rull> and daughter, Fran. business in town, Tuehday. I I / ; \ '
Ali |r. and Mrs R. J. Turner and chil- I Jos. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, spent I Christmas comes, and the old heart ecu, tMlitindaY at Lake Geneva. Mr. Stone, nf Ilssttnga; U r|>"' :: : ,'
s al of Live Oak, are spending? a )'Monday transacting business here. goes: Hoi) e in the guest of his' (ing the week with his falllil '. ;, ., :.; } .
e here with relatives and friends. Messrs. C. E. Crosby, M. P. Ma- back l'rolhl"J, I I 1
Gaily to the dear days past- \ ]h Lee, this week. II ; u 1 jl
M : Johns and J. J. Thomas of New I theny, Collins Malphurs L. A. Brown Days whose breath of the budding Rev. S.Ware filled the pulpitat I After careful investigation we f \ ; '
r, were in this community Sun. and family spent Monday afternoon in t rose the V church Sunday morning that high finance i ilt objectionable[ ::: 1} : I Js; f
% da' Starke. Scents the years that have followed and r s. to those who lose or have no finger : : . \ .r '1 r
ns Eunice McKinney entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter fast; Prof. A by and Miss Crouch the pIe. f II, ,. J'
a mber of young folks Thursday Ona Rita of Gainesville, spent Back to the Star whoso spell was cast left for thl': Les In South Ca1'olina'l'dnt'sda --- -- ; I
''tni t. A large number were piynent Sunday afternoon here with relatives.A. Over young: ryes and dazzled: : them \\ )', I Shaw and Holder If we are to :follow the te I \ ;1Po." li!
Y an {reported a nice time. H. Shaw and I. W. Pinholster, Filling rapt youth with a wonder vast, for Madison iss Dekle for her of the good book and love mir ne : ; "
li s. Julia St. Alfred and children Jr., spent Monday afternoon in Back to the Babe of Bethlehem. home in Mcip k. bors as ourselves this Christmas, .
t Lpopka, spent Saturday and Sun. Gainesville. Miss Omie }
rough returned ried men should be careful l<> n' / ,
da |here with friends and relatives Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children Mary Christmas comes, and the old faith home Friday l'I..for the holidays the good looking ones. \ .
r. and Mrs P. S. Crews, of New and Woodrow of Gainesville, spent Ih'ell.Summont.d Messrs. Math I land Marcus De- l \ .

i r, attended church here Saturday Monday here with friends. back from the days. gone kle, of Five Mil. ,\on. were visi- Keep your troubles to yourself f ij y ,
*n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Andrews and .by- tors to town Rllt\l y a few days. Your friends want to r'
r. and Mrs. \V. M. HoJgcs and children, of Winter Haven were visitors Days begemmed with the joy that I C. C. McCall of I/Iord. motored joy a pleasant Christmas.We r..r.n"I, ,
"de liter, Clarice of to Lake utter Satui '
( VTateroak pass- here Sunday gives '. rough our burg Tliursdsy.fester Mrs. flyer, of }Miami is here on a Mortals balm for their cob and sigh; J. S. Howard of s, motored take issue with a brother I I ,
Andreu and Howard Thorn- visit with relatives. Back is the Star in the smiling sky, I to town Tuesday who suggests that people do not I : l L -,
,sa r New River, attended church Mrs. Ranee Andrews. to be expensively dressed.Tho' I'! ( *
F. A. Andreu, of New River spent Pilgrims haste as it urges' them filler, motored *
'he | Sunday. Saturday here on business' On to the haven ever nigh- to town Monday. forbids nudity.Speculators |; : :: : : | .
O. Rivers and eon, George! were Mrs J. D. Baxter left Monday for Back to the Babe of Bethlehem) I Clarence Roberts timid Xcs Ruby r, $%
vi ting in Starke Saturday and Sun- Plant City where the has gone to beat Phillips and Frank! Pr, t motor- and middlemen are : : teed
the bedside of her sister Mrs. J. Christmas! Come, when the world ed to the State Farm Si, after- coming HO numerous and
B. Boner Sapp and danphter, Iva, A. Abbott who is seriously ill. shall go noon. I..hooIht' rest of us to get into r M
'a pending awhile in Brooker Raleigh hiding and class in order to kick the rascals
the list
P. A. Crosby, O. W. Barry and II. Bounding back to the beet of daysDays lisnca
of her brother W. Shirley.L. P. Gainey spent Monday afternoon in when lie in a manger lowSarl'lll'harm.d Alberta and Lots, motored their 1. ... Ar
( Johns, of Brooker, attended Staike transacting business. into) prayer and praise. home at Providence FridayJ. 666 is a prescription for . 1 : S
clt here Sunday night.Ie John Finholster of LaCrosse, spent Buck to the Star whose speaking rays E. Maines\ will be at home ["intr Fever and Inrippe.! It's i I r
Kelly of New River the most "speedy, remedy we i .
attcndkurch Sunday here with friends. All men spy as it beckoned them \
here Sunday night! Messrs. Dave Green and Tom Mar- Over Judea's winding ways- John Langford of GaincMviltp\a! \ Adv. I
th $, JR.: Phillips of New River puss- key, of Pine Hill, were visitors here Back to the Babe of) Bethlehem! visiting friends in town this w eIfugh L \ :; 1 : '::: :
' Cured In 6 to 14 .
Piles Days
'etd ough our burg Friday to
enruute Sunday.Mr. James C. McNally, in St, Louis Post Register of Gainesville, Vi\ OINTMrNT I .
i Dniililliitu
La Butler. spend the holidays at home with : ; :: :: ; t'rmruillim; ,
and Mrs. W. Andreu of New Dispatch. M?i tuiiite Ili-hlnil ril ii'ilrMua llnil or .
1M. left ivii t'um, und yin <" ,
McKinney Sunday i-iorn- \\lufttHittly
River parents. : ., : .
+ passed through here Saturday \\lrnUul rte+'e r 'at .uHutv P
f fot Graham where he will" visit Mr.-- and Mrs.- Harris and '' - -. ::: : !
H .C. demons, one of our former THE TUBEKCULOt'S' COW baby 1'1\ -- -- I I : t: \ ,
hi rents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mc- citizens passed away at Alachua last : Wednesday for South Carolina t"l, I IKOTICE OP INTENTION! OIAIITHIn : : TO APPLY tp

Mi "*y. Thursday with heart trouble. He had '' Out in Edgar; County Illinois spend tho holidays Ven-hx nntiri \In Rlvi>n that the .,.... |
y *>, and Mrs. P. Yarborough, of 'I' a Rev. S. S. Proctor Suncliu, Vt\ on tho fifth day of ..Intiunry A. n. I : '
been in spent :
bad health for time. Mr. :
Rr d some farmer had his herd of cattle testedfor | HUta nm.Hrntnin to the llnnnrRhl A. V. ::
are building resilience !*
a n Clemons was once a resident of this I tuberculosis. with friends at Bruoker ,'*ti' of thp Circuit; Cmirl of ton Kliihth
Ui ction and it will soon be com' One cow reacted. < Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. New
town and has friends and rein Colson of , .
many Now the farmer thought he knew eh.ttw Itieiirimratliiii I the I'lmt 11e'ILI.| {
pI lives here who mourn his departure about the River, motored to Luke Butler Satur ot HUrl,.: I'Inrldn.Y'kahnrnrtrr I::: 1 e
more value of tuberculin ,
id 1 and .IJ..L of tho mihl
\ Tyson of Raifort! attended
c1 b lie leaves a wife and three children tests than the state inspector He, day.Mr. 'IMI""UM" will|| )Iro, to iiruinnt rim, ....... ( ,
here Sunday night. and Mrs. t.u' e t limtrticllun In his Chrlntliin e
besides Steve of New
Beorge Rivers and Gerald Adkins other relatives who have the thereupon, removed the ear tag from *.lnu>iii the, itovprnmont of In I :
w I)among those attending to busi- sympathy of all, his infected cow and with much seeming River, were shopping in town Satur oil,ic. -y ,,ninK| til the urtlchw of faith

New M. Gillyard has a couple of potatoes generosity, presented her to his day.Miss
n( i River Saturday.
he is showing that the hired Ruby Phillips left Wednesdayfor lr
grew man for wag's.There 1
Nelson of New River, was in farm of M. P. Mathcny one weighing her home nt Rico, Ga., where she ,
were children in the
of tion Wednesday. :
61 2 pounds and the other fi 12. Thisis hired man's family, his wife, a pig\ anda will spend the holidays. 'po
O. Rivers was numbered on the Miss Norma Dekle and Miss ;
!good farming and shows that our cat. All save two of) the (children RubyProctor ;
-d list last week. section is will spend the holidays at the
capable of producing the the farmer and his wife drank milk I \ fl'
dish, Andreu of New River was i best of crops from the tubercular former's home at Five Mile. \, :
cow. Tho five
-tn burg Sunday. I The n.'Y. P. U. Is giving an entertainment children the pig and the cat have all I A. E. Proctor spent this week In '

and Xmas tree Saturday contracted the diseaxe. This seemingly Doe Run, Ga., the guest of his cousin T./e, 0'h,I : : ; e,
IIKOOKERoker night! The public cordially invitedto generous farmer has Mrs, It A. ]Hancock. .S "J
attend. Following is the : been responsible for intro thl'rd'1 Moss Hewitt, of Five" Mile, was lit.I ,- -, -- I
lice. 23.-Mr. Shncklefordke Introduction. prog'TRml// a poor family a disease which is high I, tending to )liUNinessin! town Tuesday - 1

of City, was a business visitor Song by the choir. ly infectious. He may even b(! the morning '
h Tuesday.J'King I I Scripture reading 'Indirect cause of a resulting/ death and i G. W. Alderman and ,daughter Miss : Do :

of Luke Butler, made n I D..l'amntion-Wlhmn! Russ. be liable to the charge of manslaughter. rtlaiicho of Starke, motored here last 11/ I.
of Wednesday.. I Rel'ltation-Calltl'Y Oliver. Tuesday. --=
V. Pinliolster, of LaCrosse, was a Mixed quartette.ReadingThelma. Authorities accept thu fact nowadays Col. T. W. Fielding of Gainesville! ina D
y fir here Tuesday afternoon Thomns. that tuberculosis! may be communicated was greeting friends In town Mon IA

srs. Fred llazen and Claude Tableau Rock of Ages.Song from cow to human beings day. Do It I :
C y, Misses Mamie nnd Willie Mae -Small Girls but human beings cannot give tuberculosis ) Casper Duncan visited in Palatka ,
O and Eunice: !! spent Fri- dtation-JlvlnJt'ston HUlls.Hl'lIdinjt' to rows. and Jacksonville. this week. t

d, ternoon in Gainesville. with musical accompaniment -. t Rev. Smith will preach at the Baptist .
Marguerite Shriver who is "Abide With Me. WHAT Aim YOU DOING:? church the first Sunday in Jan- 1 One man with a I t .
61 the faculty of the B. If. S., of Class exercise by six boys and six nary All cordially Invited to attend. TRACTOR can i
S |c e, is viditing! her parent, Mr. !rlrls.R'citaHonClara. What are you doing to make the world Th: high school' gave n box supperat work easier and
ai its. Jno. Shriver. Cone. better? C the club rooms Monday evening and I expense than '
Moody of Drill-Twelve girls. $(6! was realized I, do ,
LaCrosse was a Say! What are you doing I ask ? with homes.
Closing address-Hnrvey Baxter. Are you helping tile ones who are Shelton Loadholtz, of Miami, is the I that you with o I ,
f% Ta tele..*.. cMn terse ______ bound by a fetter? guest of his mother Mrs. J. C. Crews. TRACTOR can ;
P vitality oaortfr by parltylng mod r'tp Possibly it in true that- pride goes Are you easing life's wearisome! Miss Anna Belle Pt-eples of Mil. raise more crops I I I
.., k the blood You censeafseILtrietrrnaie... before a fall but most people feel task ? ler, visited friends in town last week. work and lens!! I a 9
avbforatJnil CfTrct
r rrh..u. sheepish after picking them elves up. Mrs. 11. L. Sprinkle and son and this means that
Are you singing a song, us you're Miss Sheally of Floruhome, spent the will be greater
pursing along ? week-end with Mrs. Susie Townsend. hours of work. 'J '

Have you eased same heart of its Ramie Dekle is at work with the Beside. Hi. \
pain ? I TomlinHon-Muines! Drug Co. ay care of ....r,. power
The following officers Wl'reI"t"d farm. Il la Ught, . '
otorists[ Would you be missed, from earth'svast control and ...
throng? in bake Butler Masonic Iiodge No. f 2: power and .
Or have you been living in vain? Charles R'v,18lt'r.V.. M. J)
A. C. Strickland; S. W. Too ahonld the
.I work to_ppred l.
Are at the end of their wits to know Arc you sowing the seed of the tangled F. T.. Wise, T. W. ful capabilltic*. W.
: weed ? D. T. McGill, Treasurer.A. fiv. .
where they can have the repair work And expecting wheat to 7.. Za<"harl s, SccrctaryfR. ark. for th.m.lth.r
call, phone v> |>ut
on their car properly done-how to When the summer! in i past, and the E. 1).11. S. D. y' r
harvest at last G. ,V. Coleman] J. D 'W

4ti(, avoid the absolute butchery that is often (- You will reap just what you sow. J. E. Manes' S. S. > 'II<.": I","
J. W. Priester J. ,01 rJ:
,, S, (
upon cars by incompetent A. E.
The I low of the universe is this, Tyler.
; persons who hang out a sign and call Each thing must create its kind, H. Blake, Chaplain,)

f t themselves} "motor mechanics." A And frown they for a never frown, will a kiss change for u you'll kiss F.The M.following Rivers, Marnhal.officers, were! fleeted

This find. to serve the I local lodge W. O. W.: 62522.CX
garage offers the W. M.
you opportunity Johnson, C. C. I. a.twee

k t, to have your repairs made in the proper So if that you've been sowing the woods. J.T. W.E. Prlester Dekle, A., Banker L. ?
are growing
manner by mechanics who do know Along the pathways you have trod Charles W. Register! Clerk. C."r

4 their business and who have long since Oh! hasten today, uproot them I say, G.Drs.W. Phillips, Escort. w,,, s--f
And plant some heal't'aKe in the King, Maines and Mann Physiclans. -
passed the experimental stages in motor sod. S'TSfll
mechanics. -Arthur H. Schilke. I>. B. Forsyth, Sentinel. r rI rr
R J. Johns, Watchman.M. .

You pay only! (for the actual time hon- LAKE-ISUTLEIC: The. Feinberg little daughter! manager,\ of Mr.3 years.and Mrs.

estly consumed in the work.Smith's Lake Butler Dec. 23.-Oscar Rimes' C. F. Rivers is very ill this week.
Ardell rowdy and Frank Doyle of Saturday afternoon tho.Lake Butler,
Five Mile were In town Tuesday. basket/: ball team played the Gaines.I
Marion Dowling, Elmer P/ rrlnh villa University team the Lake But- I I a e se
W *; BATTERIES and Mrs. Jesse Dowlinif motored to ler team wlnni/ig. Monday afternoon

EPAIRED Five Mile Sunday afternoon and were another game won played, Lake liut-
!R EBUILTECHARGED Garage guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duke. -

Mr. and Mrs. Marion fowling) left
Tuesday afternoon for Jacksonville. 666.Will J. W.

j' STARKE, FLORIDA Mrs. Dowling has been in failing :
health for some time and will have
) r to undergo an operation. break a Cold. Fever find Ford and
Ben Duke of Five Mile, was a bus- Grippe; quicker than anything!
we know preventing pneumoniaAdv.

p mess visitor here this week. STAKE,

B: "*a
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ii I no pain to boost i C:* LAWTEY and one for Monday evening. I Methodist Sunday school will

Telegraph heart and spares TRAr 1rr1ElL ASIS{ Enoch Crime\ was transacting business I have a Christmas tree Saturday
nt'y Bradford County
progress. Lawtey, Dec. 23.-The little seven- in Jacksonville first of the week. lag at '7:00 and the Presbyterian

f _o y*KM Eli A BUSY MAN year old son of 1>11'. and Mrs. Buddy The Lawtey school will finish its i school will have their tree Monday
1 i/ Published weekly and entered ass Prevatt met with a painful accidentat four months terra of school sometime evening: at 7:30.:

second class matter at the post J A certain college professor has lost AID FOR ORPHANS school one day last week. Whileat this week.B. .

office at Starke .Florida.. much sleep lately trying to invent play on the campus with other children !* L. Blanchard of Jacksonville

- ;- -- ionic way by which the farmer's mo- one-of his shoulders became dis spent Sunday with his family here. fENTAiUCOLUMN U
i located. His teacher immediatelytook
F. s. notonous existence may be amelior Mrs. Ethel Gunter and little daughter

7 the two ated. He believes that the tiller of PLIGHT OF ARMENIA him to Dr. G. W. Brown's office of Jacksonville, are spending a

; Bradford and Union are ida. But I the soil has, no change In his work for treatment. few days at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs

lti'' a . smallest counties In that willlodge and that his thoughts, therefore must Rev. J. J. Treadwell. of St. Augustine G. L. Futch.
w i "t'p 4, t .' else cute: iea.point la also very small run in the same channel all the time was in Lawtey Friday holdingthe WANTED-Purchaser for one or two

f on Pin potent and valuable. causing his brain to become lopsided.lie Orphan Of Martyr( Who Died For fourth quarterly conference. The employes of the Telegraph are good mules. D. E. Knight Starke
: but 0, how at last found the It is for valuable Christ-
way Christianity Depend On Messrs. Enoch and Jesse Griffis were truly grateful over a Fla. ll-25-4t.;

t,e to Rube Ally" has a "double" the farmer to adopt a "hobby" of America For Lift called to Jacksonville last week on account mas gift. It is a ton of newsprint ,

Units makeup man cf the Tampa Times some kind, which will allow his of the shooting of their brother paper that will not fall to pieces .by WANTED-Renter for small farm

,' rnmmoth the Christmas edition 'must thoughts to temporarily leave the While the Christmas spirit Is sweepIng R. L. Griflis on Sunday evening, being looked at. For some time past either sure rent or part of crop. D.;:

h ?f l ;i', )t. have gotten some cuts transposed and sandy lanes for a gambol 'midxt! flowers the Everglade; state the Florida' which resulted in death last Thurs- the Telegraph has been printed on i E. Knight, Starke Fla. 11-25-4t.!

I thus! representing Rube as the president and brooks. For a hobby he especially Division, Near Fast Keller has just day'morning.. The remains were paper imported from Belgium, havingthe i

of the Sunset Club. From no "recommends the collection of sent to all prominent citizens of this brought to Lawtey Friday and burial same strength as spider's web and WANTED-Trade good farms for

lit e face but our old friend Rube's could. postage stamps. county an appeal to remember the took place in the family lot at Kings- causing endless trouble in printingand town or city property. D. E. Knight

4 f such a genial smile beam forth. Our Imagination balks when we try orphans of Armenia made homelessand ley lake Friday afternoon.Mrs. folding but it was the only paperto Starke, Fla. 11.25-4t

C' v r r"L to picture a Bradford county farmer, tion's destitute refusal through to renounce that: Christ martyr and na W. A. Colley of Starke."'visit be had. This !issue is printed on WANTED-Renters for good farms
,A v smilingly pasting ed relatives in Lawtey first of last made in the good old U. S. A., ,
There is a new movement on foot on a hot night, become .converts to the religion of paper who will pay rents by improving

r r for removing the state capitol .from stamps from Swat and Mesopotamia the unspeakable Turk-Mobammedanlam. week.J. "all to. the mustard." property D. E. Knight Starke,

'+ Tallahassee. However as most all Into'an album. But he is already an L. Harrell was'transacting bus Fla. 11-25-4C
enthusiastic and successful collector Senator Park Tramm llof Lakeland, GARAGEd::! TO CLOSE SUNDAYThe
t Y are satisfied with having it where it iness in Jacksonville Wednesday.
of oblong bits of paper of a greenishhue : one of the foremost figurer in Florida' Mrs Lois left for
is, except those towns that would like Galloway Friday FOR SALE-Stock and farming toolson
; public life, has signed tt>. 1821 Xinaa undersigned will close theirplaces
with V's and X's. Let
to stamped her home in Kentucky, after spending
possess' and working get
it are appeal letter, which has the endorsement of business Sunday, Christmas my farm near John Ellington'*
f It Tallahassee is likely to remain the it go at that. several weeks with her parents Mr. place. Eva Pianga Starke
of nearly every high government day and the traveling public i ii askedto ,
The learned professor should stay and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. Mrs. Din-
capital city. and state official. Woodrow Wilson J2-23-2t
) bear this
in mind.SMITH'S .
5sfr s : with one of our farmers A few days and President larding bare given kins accompanied her,. as far as Jacksonville I I

photograph of a gallows ((7)) on and he would leave with a book full their unqualified endorsement to this GARAGE, LOST-A little bunch of goats, mark

S e. .. which American soldiers in (France of notes. He would find thai the farmer great humanitarian work. Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Orlando visited FREEMAN REGISTER, I ed crop split and under bit in each

h .. were said to have been hung, Is one has many things to attend to, and William Jennings Bryan, three times friends in Lawtey Saturday and R. BURROWS, ear, with a bell. Will pay a reward.
f candidate for Provident of the United J..W. { ANDREWS JR.
+ of the most cherished possessions of so many problems to solve, till his Sunday.Mrs. R. A. Newsom Starke. 11-SMf.
he uses it thoughts necessarily' must run in as States, and now a prominent citizen
Senator Tom Watson as E. D. Sayles returned home
with moM or less telling effect in his many channels as the water of the pf Florida, ,baa endorsed the appeal wltb Saturday from Bradentown where she TO SANTA CLAUS STOLEN-From a residence on W.
a.11 the well-known of hi
vigor '
crue1t-to. oldlera investigation. He I Platte river at a low stage. His hand personality. Dr. A. A. *Mur-remarkable spent several days with relatives and Call street, gold watch Waltham

1 I has probably had the picture insured must be skilled in many ways.'hls pbree, president of the University of friends. I Dear Santa: 14-size case engraved. Reward for

''+, Now comes a member of an engineering brain must solve innumerable problems Florida, is state: chairman of this Geo. F. Young; was transacting business Please send me a few moonshiners recovery at this cfllce." its

4 . corps and declares: that he had the his judgment must be good for "work, and Mrs. W. S. Jennings of in Hampton Saturday.Mr. to arrest or a few tramps, I feel so

,k. ( photograph taken, and that it Is not often the line that separates success ,?aekeoavlll.! who war recently appointed and Mrs. R. M. Tracey were I lonesome. And please send me a few WANTED-Renter for good farm 40

of a gallows but of a harmless hardworking from failure is as fine as a spider's by President larding a member visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.S. nice pumpkins and a trap to catch the acres cleared who will build residence

ri 'l, crane that he invented and web. The farmer is a producer, a of the Disarmament. Parliament W. Leach of Jacksonville was a ,bullfrog that is hollering in my ditch. and improve the farm for
unloading of gasoline manufacturer and business la vice-chairman. I If you can't find where I live, please '
built for the a man. lIe visitor} to Lawtey Sunday rental. D. E. Knight Starke Ka.
j containers from the cars. We may must be versed in natural history, Senator Tramuiell's letter calling attention put it in the calaboose also a drum 11.254t.WANTEDPurchaser.
ti Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor to
to tbe fact that every flte dol
"' next expect that somebody claims it know something about veterinary i to drum up business with and I will
lars ($5.00)) given naves the life of a Jacksonville Thursday. .
+ is the picture of a Trail Ridge mail practice be an engineer and a meter- child for a month follows: A? A. Crews, of Highland, was a ;be a good boy. for 2 1-4 acres

u :' crane. The Investigation grows in interest. ologist. If all these problems do not Washington, Dee 15, 1921. vistlor to Lawtey Saturday. SILAS KITE. of land and good 6 room dwelling

keep his mind from stagnating, then Dear Sir Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill and L. II. 100 foot pump of good water, in
the fact that his neighbor is ditch- Jr. CARD OF THANKSWe Lake Butler. D. E. Knight, Starke
STMAS We are all thinking In terms of were visiotrs Jacksonville last
ing water onto his land a jackleg sur- giving at this time. Th. childrenof Thursday. Fla. 11254t.
runs line through his front the undersigned, tender our sin
veyor a
arc Joyously looking A.,R. Bowden of Jacksonville, wasa
Christmas is with us again. The yard a tie skinner cuts some of his forward to the coming holidays, visitor to Lawtey Saturday and cere thanks to the many friends who SEEDS-Big new :Spring catalog a

''i i T year soon to be ended has been a timber and a candidate for office while far across the sea In the assisted us during the last illness of revelation to the beginner and a

prosperous one for this section. The comes and takes up his time when he oldest Christian nation In the Sunday our mother and after her death. May reference book for the practical
Miss Wilma
b t 1)), \l'' crops have been good in spite of the is very busy, will stir it up sufficient world-Armenia-come* the cry to* Jacksonville Blanchard was a visitor God reward them. trucker. Send name and address

i I' _, severest drouth ever known here we ly. All of which shows that it is not not for toys, but for bread. They Thursday. I George Chase D. C. Chase, E. Frank today for your copy which will soon
M. L.
s have not suffered from storms and the necessary for a farmer to be a stampcollector want just enough to take away Loadholtz of Jacksonville !' Chase 'Arthur Chase Fred Chase be ready. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
/' } health has been good. In a political the stinging panga of hunger. spent Saturday end Sunday at his j Mrs. R. P. Mattox Mrs. S. F. Mott. City Fla. 12-2-61
There are 110,000 children In the home here. I
event which would sooner orlater
a way an 229 Near East Relief orphanages Mrs. Rivers and I
Mary Mrs. B. E.
i and long Rub-My-Tism antiseptic and
have come to pass, as
MILLER In Armenia and Syria, committedto
; "', undecided tended to disturb Curley of Green Cove Springs were I pain killer, for infected sores,
1+ r' ,;: : as it was the sacred care of the American
} ,\ ,>>-' thesatisfaction guests last week of their parents Mr.and "The Babe of Bethlehem" will be tetter sprains, neuralgia rheu-
; .' the harmony, has been settled to Miller Dec. 23.-At people. Theee children would die
'Jl regular
a communication Mrs. David Durban.
"t..J' ,.:' ;, 7,: of all. The first step toward of Worthington Lodge No. by thousands If American relief I jftrs. the subject of Elder W. E. Dougherjty's { matism.Adv.Only .
: II. R. visitor
Sapp to
was a
) +' the for were discontinued. There sermon at the Christian church
real voting are as | One "BROMO QUININE"
ft.'" P progress 63, F. & A. M., the following officers Starke Wednesday.P. .
roads-has been taken many more outside the 'gates of next Sunday at 11 a. m. No servicesat
bonds for good
To the ffronlne,cult for full acme, LAXA
t were elected to serve during the get
L. of Jacksonville
and'all are willing to pull for Bradford ; these orphanages starving to ;spent night on account of the special services ;, BKOMOQUIN1NB.' Xooklor.isnalurtoi
,\ year.J. B. W.CKOVIi. Cures a CoW: In One pay. Slow
\ i death and dying of disease while Sunday with his family.
1 county. for the Masons at the Baptist niifh cud headache, mail workoft 'old.> 250E. :
'..ti jt, These andv many other blessings .' F. Williams, W. M. they clamor for admission. The Ernest Norman was a visitor toStarke fhurch. No Sunday school until the ..
J. V. Edwards S. W orphanages are already over Saturday.Dixie I '
the Giverof New Year comes. All invited to come.
should make UB thankful to
S 'r. W. ] crowded.
lj B. Mizolle J. W. Bowen of Jacksonville visit
all'good gifts and our gratefulness W. D. holder S. D. You can feed one of theee orphans ed
relatives near Lawtey Sunday.
t should show itself in the sharingof R. J. Davis J. D. whose father was murderedand SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMASTREES K.PERRYM\N
Jules Eunice, of Port Tampa', spent
1 our bounties with others. When E. W. Holder, S. S. whose mother was carried Sunday at his home near town. ATTORNEY-AT; LAW
R our largesse cause faces around us away to a Turkish harem merelybecause STARKE, FLORIDA
I Mr. J. S.
Stanley The street committee of the town The
+ the Armenians have for Baptist Sunday school will havea
to beam with happiness, we are re
N. G.
Hayes Chaplain. 1,000 years refused to renounce council are doing some much needed tree Saturday evening at 7:30.: The
The dollar in
,1 I / paid a hundredfold. J. J. Cox, Treasurer.D. Christ and all that H. stood for work trimming the shade trees and I i
pocket Is the key that unlocks: I
) II. Dukes Secretary.J. and become Mohammedan., for adding a lot to the appearance of the i
.s I 'J' treasure houses, full of wonderful L.Ward, Tyler. only five dollars ($5.00)) a month. streets.

'1 I things that will gladden the recipients I T. II. Rimes was a business visitorto May I suggest that If you are Ernest Norman returned to his home Trappers, Hunters and Cattle-
-so do not draw the strings able
purse Gainesville last week. to complete this task which
\ I near Raiford Saturday afternoon after
\' I too( tight. If you cannot give youIt' I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of LakeButler bleee, every giver and save a human spending about one month at the
can by smiles and kind words show life for a month or for alonger menAt
I visited the latter's parents!!, send your home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp.
good wishes to all. you contribution
.1 S your Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas, Sun. The strawberry plants in this vicinity I
I its readers and friends for a merry to the state treasurerfor Cocoa I am establishing a Zoo. It is my desire to securerfor -

)II day Florida Mr A. P. Anthony 505 are looking fine consideringthe \ this Zoo kind of native wild animal such as
holiday season
,' 4 J. S. Brown attended U. S. court in Clark Building, Jacksonville. time they were put out. every

NEW STATE MAP Jacksonville last week. Sincerely yours, Many patches are white with bloom I Bears Deer, Wild Cats, Coons Alligators, Snakes of all kinds

J I, l Miss Anna Belle Peeples who is attending (Signed) PARK TRAM WELL. and the plants are as large as they and all kinds of fowl and birds.

I.- 3- We have received the 1922 map of school in Miami, is visitingher Henorary State Chairman.It generally are in February. I Write me what you have or can get for me, and your

k Florida issued by the state agricultural parents.Murray is hoped that the coming year Christmas tree entertainments are I price and I will appreciate the same very much.
department. The large sectional Thomas made a business will be the last one required Ho care booked fot all of the churches in town

) map of 1920 was issued as soon as trip to Worthington "Saturday. for the 6CO.OUO refugees Who are being one for Friday evening, one Saturday GUS C. EDWARDS, COCOA, FLORIDA
Mr. Hannan of Gainesville, was fed at the Near Eaat Relief soup .
the government census figures for
t here on business last week. kitchens la Armenia and Syria every ..t11IIlmmmm'l11nrn..lHI1mmlmhn"'DWU1tDlIlIl
Florida were available. It presented
+ II' Carl Brown of the University of day. The Turk sere Just driven out mi 'l
the all in and had all
i,, : state one piece of Armenia
Florida the week-end last August but duringtbelr
spent with
, ..j i the more interesting census figures homefolks.Rev. occupation they have looted and 'rh I('

it I but what was of still more importance destroyed homes, made fields unproductive i ;
B. Joyner filled his regularappointment
1 f { it had an index by which some 2,000 carried off stock and cattle,
If i t J' -" I places on the map could be readily at Harmony church Saturday and demolished all Industries.Men .

4. l: found. This map .was 44x50 inches, and Sunday. found in their homes have (been Our Appreciation ;

'r'< f .' printed on good paper. It was sufficient i Walter Knight, of Gainesville, visited murdered young girls and mothers of

"i ', until the seven new counties friends in this community Sun families outraged and carried off to
Turkish barons and children turned
!' were created when a new wait
: t map day.Raleigh
1' I out to perlah. More than 110,000of ,
Bielling, of Providence visited "
found desirable. The 1922 map is
; I them have "', similar In size and features to its friends in this community SurP the 229 orphanage now being maintained 1'I'I'IY i

55 4 predecessor, except that it also shows day. by the Near East Relief in the
and and
but the
''t sr' ,j the boundaries and present capitals of Misses Mabel and Neta Blair, primary Bible lands from money donated by come, go, are forgotten, loyal support

the new counties and some recently teachers of Miller school, spent generous-hearted Americana. There given to \this bank by the citizens of this community from t
t i established new pontofllces have been the week-end with homefolks at Prov are as many more children outside ears

added to the index. Some! minor corrections -i Ide nee.11. tbe gatea dying while they clamor for year to year remains fixed in the memory of its officers {

not readily discernible at a Stokes was a business visitorto admission which. 4s denied them because and directors. S

casual glance have probably also been Worthington Monday. these instrtutlona are already

; miule. All these features make the Earle Pecples, a student of the University taxed beyond their capacity;
i S.\ I: map complete and of great value toevery I spent the week-end with his Nat Governor Dial and Robert Congressman A. Cooper A. ,F.Senator Lever, Again it is our imperative duty and a sincere pleasure to

. f I) 'J t i Floridian. I parents. .__ of South Carolina; Jompbus Daniels offer you our grateful ,appreciation of your co-operation r"
, 'j l Commissioner W. A. McRae strives and Governor Cameron Morrison of .

ert : S Sl to make his department superior\ to CARD OF THANKSWe North Carolina; Congressman WilliamD. and support, and to express the wish that all future years

i : i that of any other state and has succeeded Upsbaw, of Florida; Governor
ti J.. I \' admirably. Florida is still in wish to extend our sincere appreciation Westmoreland Davla"Goveroor-elect E. CHRISTMAS may ,remain as green in your memory as your loyalty to

J \ an experimental stage, and her department for the many acts of kind Lee Trtnkle and Senators Claude A. 1 9 Z I' this institution remains in ours. '
s '" 'r' of agriculture is of immense ness and loving sympathy in our great ftwanaon and Carter. Glass, of Virginia, ,
loan are among the blg&earted men; of Lb. "
, v4 :' benefit to the farmers it could be
i ; .
". (' Dr. J. O. Haynes and Family. South Atlantic states, who are workIng
s still more so if it were made of
'.'I use heart and soul for the Near East
II"" more, as all letters asking for Information The annual Relief.
s breaking-up season of
i \ i" are courteously and fully answered.
the "sweeties" the
I f' opens day after
A great settlers
t '?;:t brought to the state through this department Christmas. f When your wife becomes unduly '

+ sweet it is time to look out for a
; as it constantly receives inquiries Angry Wife-Are all men fools T touch or an explosion.Two Bradford County Bank
from intending
-No, dear; some are bach
.J conditions in the state. These elors.
..!Iways answered and such "\ hundred and twenty-five car- STARKE, FLORIDA
J loads ;
-| of citrus fruit Is 'the total of
may* be on bend is Some people are so keen on the .citrus fruit shipments from St. Lucie 'J

,_ "Hon. Mr. Me- borrow they include both
money and I'county to date and the movement is

about. "tate at trouble |II now' at the rate to fifty cars a week. < ... mmmmmm"'mmtDmml1Dl1mlIIlIIm .... JMJImII.! -
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mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. :mal. F.with Cauova.their Leo parent! has, 1 Just>tr. and returned Mr.J. .. I I Mr, J. L. Lawrence is president of.. Starke. I i. dill! I.?' .1.' '

and North he Brooklyn Development Company, 1
Elizabethand from Kentucky Carolina
Little Misses Florence, ,
Leila Dea Andrews will, spend'I where, he hat spent the last year I and has charge of the extensive Somebody get a doctor-1921 I.I dy
Bits of Localinformation that are being made In the ing.
the holidays in ,Jacksonville with their! Brooklyn
grandmother, Mrs. Emma Alvarez. Look over the line of Glassware at. section ,
Darby's, before making! your selections - Jud Tunkins says one reason a fat
Mm. A. Z. Adkins, Mils Jeannette for Christmas presents. Dunlsh thAt awful insomnia that man gets the reputation of being good "

Matthews and M. F. Brown motoredto worries you every night. LK your natured is that if trouble starts be
i ... fm.fl.. ,-'-- fist kid who first had roller skates : sleep l'e and '
.. Jacksonville Saturday and spent The lee 78lful rI'ell1inl Tan- is not in shape either to run :fast or <
tC..MI,._ .. at* CMr r days .
V the day. this week gathered procelytes faster Tumor's Drug Store, defend himself. .

Ii than Joseph Smith. The boy who ... .. "
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Have you bought a supply of the are not skating, wish they had skates

John Sapp, of Sapp- station, was mankind there is nothing equal Tan- Christmas Seals from the local com and our merchants have been compelled N .,

chopping In Starke Monday. lac. Turner's Drug Store, Starke. mittee The; anti-tuberculosis seals to put in orders for more. ,,

Get your salt at Bryan's. s.I Mrs. Alma McMillan of DeLand, add to any present' you may nend. When in need of Shoes, tee Bryan. Christmas Greetings .

will come today to spend the holiday That good' old Ballard's Flour at He has a nice line at low prices for ;. :.

Miss Eva Barrs left Friday to spendthe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Bryan's. ladles, men and children. 'rrc

holidays with her parents in Lar-: Lagergren.R. I ;'
I Mrs. E. L. Ulggs and Mrs. A. Price k
> kin. and ii. ,t
Tanlac is purely vegetable I
to Jacksonville where

You will find gifts that will be appreciated some. S.time Fernandez traveling, wfeo is home bad again spent made from and barks the most bnown beneficial to sl'rootstierbs ent'e.Turner's ., went kfrs. Price met her grandson Monday,,Walter To our old\ friends, loyal and true: to ,, -'\,

at J. M. Alvarez's. Null's Price, of Kingston, Pa., who will
and is a salesman in Depart- valued
Drug Store. spend our new f friends and those' :
ment Store.A the holidays here with his :--- to '

Miss Etta Tison is at home again rrandmother. whose
Mrs. Attie Lamar and son, Philip, friendship we strive to deserve
after spending several weeks in Jack- fine line of candy at Bryan's.
sonville. and Mrs. K. M. Duval, of Quincy, will Mrs. R. P. Mattox and brother, E. we heartily wish unmeasured
arrive tomorrow to spend the holidays happinessand M
Hollis Knight is home :from.Emory; Frank Chase, who have been' here several -

Mrs. Arthur Murrhee, who has been College, Atlanta, to spend the holidays with Mrs. F. P. Shaffer and Mrs weeks on account of the illness I good fortune throughout the coming

; visiting relatives here, returned last with his parents, Col. and Mrs J. M. Mitchell.Mr and death of their mother, :Mrs. D. C.

week to hey hpme |in Charleston.A E. Knight. Chase? Sr., returned Monday afternoon years. x
Jacksonville ;
ID.I and Mrs. L. F. Emery, of to their homes in Jacksonville.

nice line of Christmas toys at Mr. and Mrs,' Owen Dyal announce they returned having home come to Tuesday Starketo With grateful appreciation for all the .
morning:, Miss Olga Schmidt, of Ormond, who
|Bryan's. the birth of a little girl, Saturday, attend the funeral of Mrs. Emery's hat been visiting Miss Doris Scott, returned favors received by us {from and for *
the 17th, at the home of her :father, you, f
grandmother, Mrs. D. C. Chase, Sr. to her homo Wednesday. She
Miss Josie Hoffman spent SundayIn A. L. Alvarez. that priceless though intangible
was accompanied an far as Jacksonville asset,
of her
Jacksonville at the
|father Lee Hoffman. Christmas seals qn sale at all of Bryan's.Everything' for your fruit cake at by W. A. Scott. your good-will which we prize beyond

the drug stores also at Stump's store

Prof., B. B. Lane went to Tallahassee Buy these seals and help the Florida Miss Marguerite Sbriver, who is a whom Bill nothing Williams but a good colored was ever man spoken of- measure, we seek to merit your continued .e

Tuesday to spend the Christmas Public Health Association. teacher in B. II. S., left for Brooker died at his home, near Temple'sHill confidence and aim to serve
| with his wife and son. you
holidays she will spend the
Saturday, where : Tuesday. When Temple's mill
Miss of Vivirett this week Floyd visiting spent friends several In holidays with her parents, Mr, and was running Williams was the head .. helpfully in the future.SCOTT'S *'
Toys of all kinds, for all ages, can Mrs. John Shriver. block man and had the strength of
home Wednesday
Jacksonville, returning -
|be found at Darby's store.
Of late ,
afternoon. four ordinary men. years an
"Honor thy father and thy mother" affection of his limbs made him an

f' Miss Evelyn Demaree has gone to has been faithfully lived up to by Invalid and this trouble caused his STORE '
|Gainesville to spend her two weeks' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Starke's email boys this week. It
death. lie about 75 old.
was years ,,
[vacation with her parents. Gainesville, will\ spend the holidays won't do to be anything but good and -
here at the home of her father Col., obedient so near Xmas. FORMERLY SCOTT DRUG COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lawrence and tIDIGmIDmiCmmmmmIDmlOmtlmmltlltdlfiID
I Paw's principal occupation this week W. T. Weeks.A '
J. H. Lawrence, of Brooklyn, were
YIs I| to stick his hand into his trouser- Take a look at Bryan's shoes. \
business visntors to Starke Monday, r
f loon pocket and pull out the coin. Christmas gift appreciated by old .

and young-the Bradford County Mrs. C. S. McCormick and little Bon, ,,

; Fulgrum seed oats at Bryan's. Telegraph. A year's subscription of St. Charles, 111., left Monday for / .................. BOHK) r..

'1 costs only $2. their home after spending a few .,'
1 ::
.ill ... ,
LaMira Graham, of Atlanta, weeks in and around Starke with old :
,(lcame' Tuesday to visit her parents, From now until Xmas you can buy friends.W. : f;

and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. any article in my store at 10 percentoff. S k J, t' .
,4Mr., Shoes, men's hats clothing.J. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville' Begin The New :' '', i 4 : r

.?I Seal your Christmas mall with the M. Alvarez.,. ". spent the week-end in Starke with rel- Attlj." '

stamp of health and help in the fight tives. "Willie" Is making good at .. .
tuberculosis. Mrs. J. II. Smith, of Culpepper,, '.' (
against railroading and his many friends here '. ( ,,""I''r.U t: ';
,1 Va., arrived last week to spend the to shake hands with him. : i
1 were glad
;} Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh returned Sun- whiter with her daughter, Mrs. T. S. \ .,; ,
day afternoon from a visit in Jacksonville Williams. Bryan keeps everything in the feed ear RightF
\'; with Mrs. C. R. Ensey. :
line. c ,
\. Mrs. R. P. Mattox, of Jacksonville,, /

,, Buy your Christmas Gifts at J. M.Uvarez's. has been here for the past two weeks Postmaster M. P. Matheny, of

10 per cent off all goods. helping to nurse her mother, Mrs. D.
Starke Monday
through ,
; C. Chase Sr., who is very ill. irooker,his passed to Plant City. lieI- I i is the day of all days upon which you
on way
1 1 1922 ? "
B. R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville,
bowed us a sweet potato grown on open a savings account at this bank.
fl 81 i a guest at the home of his sister, Baby dolls and doll babies at 0 1-2
his place that weighed nearly
Irs. E. S. Matthews, this week. Bryan's. pounds. I Let the turning of a new leaf in the book of time signalize the turning ofa

leaf in book of life.
All kinds of fire works at Bryan's. Rubber scraps, firecracker hulls and new your
Mrs. J. O. Traxler, of St. Augustine -

Jr. of Jacksonville orange peel furnish the staple food has been visiting Mrs. W. E. : Let this new leaf of yours be on the credit side of the savings ledger of
Frank Pomeroy,
for the cattle roaming the street. The
I .Tiddk'ton. Mrs. Traxler returned
has been visiting at the home this bank.
acorns are gone. v .
Monday accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. I tome
The Seaboard southbound limited Miss[ Hazel Middleton, who is expected See that your name is written across the top of that page, and every ? N

a [ W. J. Griffin, who had been visit- arrives in Starke at 2:17 p. m. Its to return home today. ( week add something to the column of credits that appears below. Start right, +asy
hm brother O. J. Griffin, returned
:;tk g his home, Jacksonville, Wednesday. arrival was erroneously given at 3:17 Miss Florence Matthews Is home stay right, and you will always be right.
In our last issue from the Florida State College: at

Tallahassee to spend the holidays ... '
ii Phone 19, Wynn's Market, Wall and
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. son,
and E. S.
with her Mr. Mrs.
'h diner. parents,
tressed thickens for your Xmas A. E. Jr., and Mrs. W. L. Wall motored '
Also Pork hams ll-10-2t. to Jacksonville last week and Matthews[ BANK STARKE

visited relatives. Many subscriptions for the Telegraph -
is the holi-
Levy Canova spending
'ip iy's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. You tell 'em. Shriver has the Xmas expire the first of January next The [Janlt of Helpful Sen'lce.y
Start: the new year right by renewing .
f E. Canova. for old and young. i
I 'our subscription promptly on expi-

i14' | A nice line of Christmas toys at Mr, and Mrs. L. II. HtH and son, of ration. WI ts tmmmmmmasmtm) 'mmfsmmmtsmintawmtooomfnmtammmnfrlmmulmmrommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmss) mmt 1 n

an's. Lawtey, spent some time in Jackson- ,. 1 ;
Dr. J. J. Bullen, pastor of the local --
o, ville last week, guests. at Hotel Semi-
Baptist church, preached at the State '
|Mrs. S. E. Brownlee will go to Pa- nole. ft
Prison on Sunday afternoon last.
tka tomorrow to spend Christmas I n
Quite number of Starke people took
kith her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Long. See Bryan's line of Christmas hand a ,w
I V the trip and enjoyed the service.
kerchiefs and stationery.

,I I. |Bring the children to see SantaI
He has arrived at 'Shriver's Miss Anna Canova will have as her Fireworks at Bryan's. ?

I ore, Brooker.I guests for the holidays, Miss' Violet
Newell and Miss Gretchen Shumaker, "Now is the time to subscribe." Begin -

I.Gifts that will please old and young, of Jacksonville. the New Year right by subscribing -
for the Bradford Tele 1
en, women and children, are on .
graph. It gives the news, the information +
y at Darby's. Gus Beasley, a, law student at the I
of Florida Gainesville is and the ideas. Only $2 per
University .., ,
i E. C. Warren, who is teaching in home for the holidays with his father, I

il 4 dison, Is at home with his family 7. L. Beasley.For year.W. -
F. Edwards has supplied Starke
I'1 the holidays. 'For Women ; For Men---
HIM-Xmas Gifts of quality. I of late with new Irish potatoes. Mr. ; ,

Bryan about your fertilizer. Everything In Men's Furnishing at i Edwards has a small but productivefarm

I J. M. Alvarez's. You save 10 percent. a short distance south of Starke, A TOILET SET .,{ .;, PIPES AND TOBACCOSCOMPLEXION '
M |'ltr. and Mrs. Louis Putnam of I II I from which he makes a good living SPECIALTIES :' CIGARS ':.

! i artanburg, S. C., will be Christmas Albert Peterson, of Dayton, Ohio, I I IVORY TOILET WARE I : CIGARETTES

, V tele of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. baa bought the Willie Brown place on i Messrs. II. D. and II. M. Wasdin, CUT GLASS .. SAFETY RAZORS

i'ji tl the Theressa road, through the E. A. prominent farmers of the Graham FINE PERFUMES SHAVING MIRRORS

1 ) me and do your Xmas shopping Strout Farm Agency. section, were delivering turkeys and MANICURE SETS FOUNTAIN I'ENS

4 4 jl I Shriver's. You can find all you doing holiday trading in Starke Wed STATIONERYCHINA GOLD AND SILVER PENCILS

,Z; nt. Darby has a splendid line of books nesday. I WAKE GENTLEMEN'S STATIONERY

." suitable for Christmas present. WALL VASES MILITARY IJICUSIIESJ.ADlESI'ENS

;' or 1 the common every day. ills of Mrs. R. W. Deen, of Norfolk, Va., AND ENCILS IVORY COMBS

.; I Miss Mona Alderman, who /is attending and her mother, Mrs. W. M. Turner, VANITY CASES IVORY BRUSHES

s TARRIIAL DEAFNESS : the Woman's College in Tallahassee of South Jacksonville, were guests of

i r.1. Uyreltev.d. constitutional treat- returned home Friday to Mr. and Mrs. F' L. Turner part of
I' lit. HAI.L.B CATARRH MFDICIMSeonetltuttoluU spend the holiday vacation.DaUard' last week. I We have many other suitable gifts that are well adapted to the require-

fn"ae la eaueed by remedy an Inflamed Catarrhal con-. ments of the public. All new stock just from the factories. This affords youa
n of the mu*ou. lining of the Hu taTube. Leo Canova Miss Anna Canova and
Flour is the best of all ,
t When thla tube le Innam..d'haya splendid oyportunity to secure something useful at an economical price.MITCHELL'S .
a rumbllnir/ Hound or ImperfertHnir. It's at Bryan's.Col. Harry L. Canova will spend Christso :
and when It l I. entirely <'loMd.JtncM .
le the ....ult. Unless the In-
latlon can be reduced, your h..nlft. . A. Z. Adkins and"family will Worm In.. ru,_:
aetroy iforwver. HALL'StARRH
: arts through the leave this aftcrnon for Gainesville All i hildi.n" troahlml' with"'/.>Hi DRUG STOREStarke
fl on the MKnic-INR mucous aurfaree of the aYa- .... (.'.......... ",..iot.: laiilcaiufl. i*._. .
thua rmlurlnir the Inflammation and to: spend Christmas with Mrs. Adkins'Colds .rule. tlioro :1 mart or I'is ....
I..C: Nature In restoring normal con- (I.KOVES; TATrtt'$110'! *1I I., :2xa.ea L Florida
j t ... /"l
I. Cause Urtp and Influenza .ally luown. urn wet.mlaro.nthed'1e'n
t t rutar* tree. All nru..tftetll.i
Li. Cheney *. Co., Toledo, Ohio. LAXATIVE BKOMO!\ QUININE:ToUet nram thtcee'a ''' "tnla.linr'
Then I* only ooa "2 ee- Oulnlc*.' throw fAt or iM\**..
i m Eo W CROVSTS>> etanMiM" M box.: Jar an,.''*!.IIM.. 'Ir'.r.' .

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"f.w' i\' f, I.' .. YOU S OULO ADl'EItTISEClassified Healthful VigorIn and leave them in my stocking/: FARMER BROWN "",,:e have an abundance of petro- saying it with'' flowers. We hope they
f1' Yours ;
very truly, ,leum," says 'a news dispatch. Motorists don't wither.
+ : Ads In Telegraph Promo- HENRY BROWNING,
; I ILet.'s l know !it without told. '
i being
'm tin Of Trade Blood Plant City
''f I Ip Strong go in this building, Samantha. Cheer up and you'll make Chr.>,

4r 'if t The relejrraph's classified adver- TIIEKESSAThercssa : Why, doggone my cats, this is the'' The English and the Irish are now mat more cheerful for'others.
same place where the fellow eel-
"i ' ).d, ,tiecmcnU bring r'sultll-al1 who have men ItEl BLOOD BUILT UP BY ling coffee free. Let's have some was more.4 I -

' r I : ,i tried them will acknowledge that. PEI'TO-MANGAN] -LIQUID t Dec. 23.-S. B. Woodard No, come on. We've been here be ""''''''. {''' '''''' ''''''''' ,,,''''''' ''' ''''''''': .,, '''''' .."'""" !a-: ..,, .'

41 1 1 .' Why not, then, make more use of OK TABLETfilood spent a few days last week at Orlando fore. I want to see the ladies department "
f r.d i them? Every has something
1 and Ocoee on business. of fancy works.
'\ : to 111.11.) or wish to buy or trade some is strong and full of life-giv-
W.V.. Packham was a visitor to Christmas
..r thing; why not iidvertisc your need intr vigor when there are plenty of recells d Waldo Thursday. Here is your fancy department. Now Shopping '
rl ( In the Telegraph. The ndvertldementttare / In it. Anaemic people have little you look this over while I go to see a
1 i t Mr and Mrs. A. A. Durden and children man, and close here till I
I x I cure to be read und many read strength because ther are not sufficient comeback
;, / ; ''I' them first of all. red cells in the blood. It I is friends of here Hampton Sunday, were afternoon guests of Economical and

e. Our charges are 25 rents a word thin and watery. Weak blood makes :Mr. Josefus Brown, you are not going PleasingThere
l Ballinger, our new merchant, I
L. : a when the ad' contains 25 words ur :faces pale, pulls down the strength was a visitor to Hampton Friday af to sneak back to play that wheel any
'I''\. ;'" for lens! and leaves the body tired more.
over, and 25 cents anything ) : weak, and ternoon.
r. ji t r r'; than, 25 words-that 1 il4, we insert no sickly. Miss Florence Hall has returned No; just going to see a man. You
1 ad for less than 25 cents. By a word I A course in Glide's Pepto-Mangan home stay here. I
Y from Waldo, after a few days will be no wild splurges in Christmas shopping
\I ', Is meant, also, each initial and each restores weak blood to its normal visit with relatives. Howdy do, sir. They tell me a man
I'k :t ,r ,>I word In the address. The price is for strength. Taken regularly for a Mr. and Mrs. Harper of Hampton by the name of Johnny Jones has a this year as occurred during the past few years

I one Insertion, or one week only. while it adds red cells to the blood. were visitors here Sunday afternoon., show here. I'd like to meet him. when everpbody all over the country was "on the

i "\ For those who have an account with Then with good blood, the strength Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Burrows and Well, sir, I am Jones. spend."
'. + till advance payment Is not necessary, and vigor of health return. There is children Well, now. That's so. Be you any
+ 1 ';' : a but all others meet pay cash in advance pleasure in living, with good blood the home, of of Mr.Starke, were visitors at relation of DeWitt C. Jones, of We realized this when we placed our orders for !
and Mrs.
S. B. Wood .
, r or the advertisement will not running through the veins. Gude's I' ard Saturday night. Starke our Christmas stock of goods. We bought to fit the

be consld'red.Vrte/ out what you Pcpto-Mangan is put up in liquid and Cleveland Lee, Misses Elythe Collins I might be a brother.Is times and the mind of the people. The result is that
g. "r1 ; wish to have printed, and do not omit in tablet form. They are the same that so?.
: the of
t1' : and Eva Lee, of Lakeside, motored we are prepared to spirit economy which
' your full address. Then count the medicinally. Physicians have prescribed to I What are you trying to do with
town without either
our Sunday afternoon. prevails sacrificing or the
s y' 1 ; words, counting each initial or group Cude'a Pepto-Mangan for Jake Kinard and grandson, of Wai- those walnut shells you are shoving .economy va.riety'of -
of figures as one word and send nap years. The name "Glide's Pepto-Man do, in around on that little table? our goods.Shopping .
our community
Frt; what it amounts to with the ad. But gan", is on the package.-Adv. enroute to Lake Geneva I I I, Oh, just passing the time away until rte will not be especiplly curtailed this '
; if the writing does not reach 25 words
I the show See if
4 r send 25 cents, as no ad is inserted 10 OLD SANTA Mrs. ]Laura Malphurs and daughter tell which shell opens has up.this little you black can Christmas but it will be done with great care and a
of St.
', ,,, ;+ t for leas. If you wish the advertisement \ day to Augustine visit relatives., arrived here Satur pea under it. Now look. keen eye to values. We are ready to meet you on

l *l; ' to appear in more issues, then Dear Old Santa: Johnnie Williamson spent Sunday in Why, that one. I !, these terms.

) vend enough to cover all Insertions I will tonight write you to let you town with friends. No; it's this one. .

a : Our rate is flat, whether you advertise know what I want Christmas. I want Mrs S. B. Woodard and son, Sam- But I saw you put it under this 1 If'
: one time or 52 times, the. price for you to bring me a little wagon, so I uel, were visitors to the county metropolis onel! I : Make it Something in Hardware
each insertion is the same. I can pull in wood. I like to play witha Saturday Now, look sharp We will put it '

'' little wagon and I want you to bringme Claude Houser and Miss Maggie under this one and I will move them '
THE AFTER EFFECTS OF WAR a little mouth organ and please Maxwell, of Hampton were visitors around BO. Now which one is it? I I for Christmas

C t 1 '( bring me some nuta and a whole lots here Sunday afternoon. Why this one. I

;1 t The tragic end of Lieut.-Col. 'Whittlesey of other things to 'eat. So Santa, I Mr.'and Mrs S. B. Triest were attending (Another man steps up) I say it is II

'q noted hero of the "Lost Bat have Rot: to close. You come to see to business in Starke Wednes this one. "
talion" who is supposed to have jumped me. Good night. Your loving little Pick up your shell old man, and see I

overboard from a steamer enroute boy. day.The people of our community are which is right. I The wife is
3y b' to Cuba, suggests how heavy a burden JOHNNIE LEWIS. planning to have a Xmas tree Saturday Why, dog my cats, I was sure it

e many of the ex-soldiers are carrying night. was this one. I : always pleased
+ as the result of their war experiences. Dearest Old Santa: S. B. Woodard made a business tripto You both were wrong. Here it Is. .

'-R ' i l a q Col Whittlesey had a very I will .tonight while: I am thinking/ Hampton Monday. Now, I will move them again. j with an addition '

sensitive nature, and the horrors of of you will'tell you what I want for Elmo and Theodore Padgett were Brown now sees the black pea stickIng '
:; a d 1 war are supposed to have preyed upon Christmas. I want you to bring mea visitors in the Waldo section Saturday out from under the shell)) and puts' ; to her dining r) E I

a his mind. little wagon/: BO I can pull in wood. his finger on it. i ; .'

Some; people may have supposed But, dear Santa, don't bother yourself Now, which} one ? j or

) that when the soldiers who had been about bringing me a little doll, for I ZIFF This one. I say this one. kitchen sets. !

under fire hoard the joyful news of have one, so bring me some nuts and You are both wrong. I -
I Armistice day, they would be ready one 'little piano I I'll bet you $10 I'm right. '
'' can play my doll Ziff, Dec. 23.-Mr, end Mrs. J. W. I z
!I "t to resume normal life again just music Do Ill take you. I
I' as some come to see me. Lewis were shopping in Waldo Fri :
I /:. they loft it. But for a lot of them, Goodnight to you, dear Santa. day. I'll bet you $20 I'm' right. I,

+ \ '..oj' the horror of war had been too deeplyscared Your loving little friend. Frazier Thomas, of Cooter Pond, Turn your shells COMMUNITY SILVER

y ,.,'; into their souls. They cannot LUE MAE LEWIS. was attending to business here Fri- Both wrong. Want to try again? XMAS
i I I s. lie the same men yet, and some will ciay. Josefus Brown, what are you doing.)'

., t .+ \ i, .' never be. Dear Old Santa: A crowd of young folks enjoyed the Gambling again? Come away. PACKAGE
i' .
(., . A man with calm and I will write to tell Young man, you had better come .
,I a philosophical If I- you you what I cane grinding at the home of J. W. .
f.,.f ( f ", I ; / temperament m'ght'/ go( through want you to bring me Christmas. I Lewis Thursday night. down to Starke and work for DeWittC. ." I

"I't'., : ''J "" ', this awful hell, and yet come out none want you to bring me a little wagon Mr. and Mrs. Perry"Newsom and Jones and ]learn to be an honest : llf 1\ga7MMrlNfl'1'l' "i,; /. Ii
II If 3 J1 J1I" the worst. But and little sinter man. He has built up a nice hard- i 'if9.
fI..' anyone with a sensitive HO me my and broth- children and sister, Miss\ Alta New- '" r rh1r

',;. I and imaginative nature would ers can pull in wood. Please bringme pom, attended church at Grahai.i last ware business that way. ,( 10"" .' ",.1 '1'.' \fjflfPOCKET ,
. not rubber bull and What has he to Bell)) ? ,
fc' ( pass through the experience a bring me a little Sunday. ( m.i'io'l!) !\ ),! "',
,, : BO lightly.\ Those sights and sounds' mouth organ so I can play it and Ellery ,Thomas, of Broker, spenta Why he Keeps everything Hint is :

r.... / of horror would haunt his mind. In dance. I am just a little boy about few days of last week here with kept in a first clans hardware store, (

: 1 many cases severe nervous strain has I eight years old. Well, Santa, cpme }homefolks.We All kinds of stoves, turkey roasters, : KNIVES I FLASH LIGHTS
+ persisted and the men having had this I to see me and bring( me some nuts. are very sorry to report that large size at $3.50./ ( blue enameled'

e p experience find themselves in constant Your loving little boy. Miss Lubedia Pinholster has had to roasters at $3.90, aluminum roasters | ELECTRIC READING

kvt f mental anguish.: I L. O. LEWIS. miss several days of school on account at $4.75. Xmas package pocket I LAMPS

j;'k Tho existence. of many men in this of sickness. Miss Rhoda Thomas knives $1 to 3.50, safety razors for _..
., : ;, condition should lead the government Dear> Santa: is filling her place as teacher during $1 He is agent for Lowe Bros. Co. : r ,, :: .-

t .' to do its utmost to see that cases of I Will you please bring( me a tricyclefor her absence. paints and varnishes and Fixall paints I ;r.1,- -....._... t't j 1i,.por c_ .J:", ;.:.::.$ ." ......) \ ..
) J ; shell shock and other similar troubles XMUS? I will not ask for much Frank Reynolds, of Graham, was tie has the best 4 quart Enterprise j ,--- < iIJ' ;";,: : .f'I' I I'I r

f" : "t i get attention from the most skilled an I know you have got lots of little visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. combination lard press and sausage! I I f.Jt """ .1' .1'Jr ...-=: '
l specialists. bays and girls to go to see. I am and Mrs. Charley Kelly and stuffer for $11. Now, say, won't you I __,_.. 1
The friends of men who underwent I nine years old, go to school and I am children spent Sunday tho home of please give back my $20 : ....;;;;;:;._ ._ ._ _ I

}J r, these severe nervous strains should In the second grade. Like my teacher I Rev and Mrs. J. II. Kelly. Nothing doing, stranger.\ This is I

r not feel disheartened if their progress I fine. Her name is Miss Ellha lUcks Inez Lewis was the guest of her part of the show. 1 : ALUMINUM ROASTERS ALUMINUM !-

seems slow. Usually nature will heal Wishing you ,a Merry Xmas and a cousin, Lomio Thomas, Ftiday, Come on, Samantha, let's go home. I ,

I .' these exhausted nerves. The rest of Happy New Year A crowd of young/: folks enjoyed a DeWitt C. Jones is going to have a i WARE ALL KINDS AND A
( ,r'I:( us who were far from the line of battle ERNEST WASDIN, )play at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Perry i tractor demonstration over at Hcenan

t c\ have no conception of what such Waldo, Fla. Newsom last Tuesday night. Those I Williams farm northeast of Starke, FULL LINE OF GENERAL HARD-
.M men have borne for us. Their service present were Misses Ethel and Ruby i and I want to get back to Starke in

r F',; r and mental suffering represent a Dear Santa: Dyal, Neta, Viola and Avy Stalling, time for that. I may buy one to do i WARE. .
'!ix I;!:' great sacrifice that their fellow countrymen Please bring mo a bicycle and some Lomie, Rhoda and Alva Thomas, Alta my plowing with. i,

'1: '1i ". should never forget.-Gainesville gun( shells. I won't ask you for much Newsom, Messrs. Frank and Violice How are you going to pay for it? I
News. I an I know you have lots of boys and Reynolds, Henry Padgett':, Leroy .Vus- Why, I will sell nome critters or :
eyC ,'t girls to go to see. I am thirteen years din, of Graham, 'Ellery Thomas, Eugene trade old Rastus in on one. They are : :: : iI

1 "tv, .\ I Even the worst of us find it easy old. Wishing you a Merry Xmas anda end Hugh Butler Crosby, of great things to have on the farm. I .

v'hf .. j to suggest a remedy for the faults o a Happy New Year Brooker, Harley and Dock Purvis wish I knew how to do that shell ; ''hi 'V.. ' ,,,,,, ... , ,, "y p ,, ti I.,,,, ?", .. .. "
rV' 1" ; otnera.t EDDIE WASDIN, Lewis. game.
I Waldo, Fla. Rev. E. J. Cunningham and ron, I

The wise malt realizes his imperfections Edwin, of Plant City, spent .last week "Your honor," said the prosecuting\

j r until a Lilly girl gets hold of Dear Santa Claus!: end here attending to bus'incis. attorney, "your bull] pup has went and 1
: t j b-, ,. '} him. I Please' bring me a little rifle, rubber Misses Rhoda and Lomie Thomas chawed up the court Bible.' I

c' :. I ball, a little wagon and bring me spent Thursday at Pine Hill with Miss "Well," grumbled the court, "make DeWitt C. Jones

r It's no wonder masculine styles in I some fruit and nuts. Bring me a box Pearl Greene. the witness kiss the pup; we can't ad- I

,, : dress seldom clangs We pay the of candy. To your little friend, We are sorry to report the illnessof jurn court to get a new Bible.". '

bills. i| WOODROW DENFIELD, Uncle pave Kelly. ;
I I Lake Butler, Florida. J. B. Thomas was attending to business To Cure a Cold In One Day : HARDWARE
in Brooker Wednesday Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tablets) "-
\ MOM the(:UU h end At'adel'he tiuii work off t"
Dour Santa Claus
KEEP YOUNGPeople : ,p Miss Ruby Dyal, of Graham, spent bold. I:.W, OKOVf, liauotureou each kux. :30c
Please bring me a little rubber ball Sunday here with the Misses Thomas. 1
with bud backs laid weak and a box of candy and some fruit -
Mrs. Gladys Strickland and laby, -
kldueyi are apt|' to foil t ., and some nuts. Bring: to your little of Graham the week-end here
i Many old f lk 811)1 i."g kidney spent
r, Pills help them keep young Here' boy, guests of her brother, Truman I'yal.
,4; 'ik a Starke cuss: SEEBRON EDENFIELD Misses Hattie and Willie Pong, of Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

i 1 I Mrs. Luc)' lti">iiuiisvftI I st., Lake Butler, Florida. Gainesville: are spending; this week

w and Broadway says: "I suffered here with their aunt, Mrs. S. L. Pres- '
;i greatly from a lame und aching buck Dear Santa Claus: cott. If yourlocal[ merchant.does not carry your wants come here. Many women in your community shop

and I could hardly got around. It Please) bring me a doll that will go R. B. Thomas was attending to buss h...... Our aim ia to at all time render good service, maintain a high quality of good andf.elJ, !! at smallest
hurt me to stoop or lift aim my kidM to sleep and long curly hair and face sin Brooker pr'icpf.ible. 'Our.stock re;cqual in size of any store in the lUte with the excretion: of tone city:
e \ >y. didn't act a.3. they uhnuld.. I box of dainty water paint and bring
t p also had headaches und felt generally/ my little doll two little willow chairs Miss Lois Moody, sr I tnli erable. 1 began taking Dona's the play at Mr. Ncwsom's last "
and a little cradle, and of bed-
a pair
Kklney Pills und they /gave me splendid Tuesday. night. ,
s v '. relief. Continued use made me room slippers. Bring to your little Ellery Thomas and John Shaw, of QuorUh'I I

feel! like ft different, person." (Statement girl, LaCrosse, were visitors here Sunday Irfl
I given March 10. 1911.) RUBY EDENFIELD, afternoon. SerVice f VIIV"

? RELIES ON IKJAN'S. Lake Butler, Florida. There will be services at Rock Sat ..- I
r On April SO, 1918, Mrs Hemingway GAINeSVILLE.
urday and Sunday by the Rev.J. FLORIDA
: Bald: "I now con Him rill! that I for Dear Santa Claus: pastor,
II. -
; merly acid in favor of Douu'c Kidney: I want for a Gmas present an air rifle Kelly.
If Jill. i have had no return of uiy and Miss Alice Surrency, of Pine Hill, All :
a knife. I want
some small Postage Charges: Paid Us
By On
former complaint. shot to go with the rifle. Please bringme was called to the bedside of her father mail Orders
Price 60c. at nil dealers Don't Mr. Dave Kelly .Wednesday. .
some nice fruit and .
some candy. I ..
f I Doau's ftluiply ask Kidney(or a Pills kidney-the I'cmody-cet same that want a pocket purse. Please think of The difference between a doughnut An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced shopperLet -

Mm HeuUugway, had. Foster-Mil burn the other little boys and girls, too, i and a dreadnought ls not BO great her shop for you--Just write r'n4
:' Co.. Mfra, Buffalo, N. Y. And bring: them something for Xmas. i after all. One has a hole in it and
--- Bring my teacher some face
," cream the other gets a hole shot into it. -
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DECEMBER 23, 1921. :-:
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""THh. >'D' '''''''' '''' ''''Dru'D'D'DI=;>(Jlmlm!' m"nn.m.'m.. were handled. To do this it-was necessary from the East. M. Ma, rwilt'joars .., Miss Rena Thomas was a visitor to, the Baptist church. .

to work up to sixteen hours some old.Rev . Hamilton Saturday.Itev. ) Miss Loca Johnson, of Lake Butler .

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph fi days. -- and Mrs. Ben-jan Dyal, of- came home Friday afternoon and

..."...- ----_ A. II. Freeman, .olored. Wail P.,nipMin, were guests of Mr. and Mrs will spend the holidays with her aunt, '
Lieut. Commander 11. C. Micke", and of the Army Rescue llome Of Jack. 'O. W. 11)111 Sunday. Mrs. 'Dora .Tyson.

D Live State NewsS j two companions of the naval air station sonville, was shot five time Sunday Mr. and Mrs Dock Andrews, of W, H. Andrews was a visitor to

J at Pensacola, spent one night recently night at 11 o'clock, and Is in a dying i Brkor- were visitors here Sunday. Wateroak Sunday

drifting to sea in an HS-2 naval condition at Breweter hospital rrcc. |I The Junior Christian Endeavor will Among those who attended the N picture

Told by Our Exchange aea plane. The plane, during a man was returning from church with \\m'l.t Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, show at,the prison farm Satur-

flight was forced to alight in the water several boys who are inmates of the January 2nd. Edith Brown, leader. day night Were Dr. and Mrs. Hand-

B38KDBKU and when it failed to return, vessel home at the time of the shooting it I Mrs IVwi-y Strickland\ and dau-h- lay, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews,

i The Oklawaha Valley Railway has build it, and a surplus of $9,098 above was sent in search of it. The par was stated that Freeman took in vux. I ter, Eunice', and Ruby Djal Bent, the Mr. and Mrs. Jim bowling, Mrs. W.'

snmed its run between Palatka and expenses. Altogether" up to Dec. 1, ty located the disabled machine but tody a young negro boy at Beaver .,week-end There at Ziff. with Truman Dyal. t. Roberts, Misses' Helen Nauright,

Silver Springs, after a shut down of the revenue was $76,724.05, while the could not catch up with it because It'' street, who had been" committed to the Xmas will bo an entertainment" and Eva: Nelle White, Edna Dowling, Earl

several months. expense of operation was only $20- : was drifting so rapidly. A sub-chaser home by the judge of the Juvenile Friday tree at the Christian chunh on hitten" Marion Browning:, John Holmgsworth. .

246.49. and tug set out shortly before day- court, but who had escaped several exening at 7:10: oVlnxk. The S t'
The officers had days ago. Three negro men followed J public III invited to put
light the next day. the presents on Miss Ix>ca Anderson, who teaches
. the cold but Freeman" and overtook him a short for their" children. and
Little Arthur Shaw, The five-year- suffered from exposure to Messrs. friends.\ at Klfers, arrived Monday afternoonto
[ed three fifty-pound cans
.one hog last week. He killed several old son of Mrs. J. S. Shaw, of Quincy, otherwise were in good condition. distance from Klnga road and Davis Padgett were Uy McKinney and Jack spend the holidays with her'pal'-.
drew visitors
street. One of the men a pistol to Sampson on. ents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
that 150nnds was the unfortunate victim of a sad W And.rsoq.Mrs. .
hogs, but only one produced Sunday'hll1rlllng,
and shot him five times the bullets
of lard. accident when the little fellow, while Contracts have been let for the erection W. I. Roberts was a visitor to

playing in a neighbor's yard with a of a 300 room hotel and a large entering his nock, side and chest. itA---I1'OHII---- Starke recently

: Two hundred and twenty-five car- party of children, picked up a small block of residences" on the new Howey GRAHAM I -- W. II. Andrews spent two days I lastweek .

, loads of citrus fruit is the total of rifle. The gun was accidently die townsite, one of the biggest building Raiford, Dec, :23.-:! -Mr. Kendrick in Jal'ks01lille.'f; '
charged and the bullet took effect in contracts ever awarded in the state. I of The Little Springs basket ball boys .
from St. Lucie Dec-23: = Starke 'a business.
fruit shipments .was :
k -itrns Graham, Mossni. GeifrerBarry visitor here
his body. He died ten minutes later. The new town of Howey is located on came over Friday- / and played out boys
,t county to date, and the movement II the west shore of Lake Harris, four Bob Surrcncy, Simmy Thomas j Tuesday.Carl The wore" was 8 to 12 in favor of tho

,1, low at the rate fo fifty cars a week. Monday morning found only 6,000 teen miles south of Leesburg, where and Jtiae Byrd: were business visitors McClenny and son, John, of visiting team."

Mr. Howey purchased, just before the to Hampton and Gainesville Monday. Macdenny, were visitors to town hint Miss Gertrude Anderson" came last
barrels or bags on the railroad tracks
in Orlando cut the price Tuesday
k Arbitrators Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd were visors !- Friday to
outbreak of the world war, 80,000 spend the holidays her
f the water and light properties proIposed and at an average of $0 each there A. D. Andrews" and son,'Hump with
to the county scat \ were \parents Mr.
Monday. and
acres of citrus lands, of which 10,000 Mrs. G. W. Anderson.
were only $30,000 to nothing of all ,
d; to be taken and operated by the business visitors to Lake Bull
Messrs. Will Jones" Tommy Old' i tu hst ;
has already been set out to
acres newgro'ell
the fertilizer" on the tracks. The value ,
from the more than a million Thursday.
oat city I and sold. ham and C. B. Roberta were" business _ _
l'I asked for by the owners to $600,000. of fertilizer and need potatoes that visitors to-the county\ seat Tuesday Wilson Bryaut.-'of Baker couiilv.1 When a nuin'swallows his own words
have /
already reached Hastings would
Math Wasdin made a business" trip was a business visitor here Thursday he" generally\ gulps' down those of the
1, The Florida State Swine Growers mount to large figures. At this timeit Of the 7,007,563 Baptists In theUnlh.d to Sampson Tuesday. W. II. Andrews and Wilson Bryant other fellow! us well

Association will meet in Ocala Jan. is impossible to give a correct" esti- States and (1.102,500 in the were visitors to Starke Thursday af
and daughter"
Geiger Barry
fS8' and 19th. The meeting gives promise mate of the value, but somebody is South, a total of 153,553 reside within ternoon. ,
of of the most interesting putting out considerable money. the state of Florida, according to n Dorothea" returned to Tampa TU.aday. -
being one. Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a
and best attended meetings of the survey" just completed" by Dr. F.. P, Edmondsonand professional" visitor here during last 1886. >
Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter
Alldredge", secretary of the survey, -
association.Mf.'laft The big vegetable canning factoryat week.
children, of Sampson, spent Tuesday -" _
statistics and information of the Baptist -
Long Branch is now very busy can- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crews are receiving -
at the home of her parents, Mr.
;' The beautiful spring in Green Coves ning sweet potatoes. Long Branch is Sunday school board. The survey congratulations on the birth DAVISINSURANCE
and Mrs. Alfred McKinney.
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undergoing repairs, new cement only a few miles from Green Cove covers the century from 1821 to I of a eon, Dec. 14th.
Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyal business
(' work is being put around the waters Springs and the acreage that has been 1921 and shows that the Baptist gain visitors to Waldo Tuesday were, ,I Miss Adino Watson spent last weekend
''I and the entire place to sweet in that for the country during that time was !
, Of the spring soon given potatoes section In Starke visiting her mother.
ji' .will be in first class condition. The the past season was extensive." Many 2,907 per cent, whereas the gain in Mrs Henry Wilson, of Waldo daughter i| S. T, Dowling and family, of Lake
rst'part of the week with her
population was only 025 cent, The
visitors to per
pring is attracting many carloads of fine potatoes are being Butler, were visiting in town Sunday.W. .
preen Cove. shipped from the factory, all neatly Baptist increase in the South for the Mrs Lewis Matthews i I I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, was F
century was 5,019 per cent. Messrs. Irving, Truby, Lee and Ruby
and in and
attractively put up cans in town last week.Rtv. .

P" Forty oil leases were filed with City ready for the market. Dyal, Violas and Frank Reynolds, Barnes, of Watcroak, filled hi* STARKE
Visitors to Silver Springs; this winter ilisses Lois Moody, Neta and Viola
lark A. J. Burnside Monday for re- regular appointment here Sunday at
will not be the only ones who will Starling attended" the cane grinding ,
land out
rding. They are on just The holiday movement of fruit is
have the opportunity to view" the fish at Terry Newsom's Tuesday night. --
limits of Dade City
1 the corporate brisk at Plant City and all packing
and marine vegetable life in the clear Charley Smith, of Sampson, was a
Rollin V. Hill
nd are made out to houses are very busy. The golden I
waters of the state. E V. Stiles and UHinoss visitor here Wednesday.
ho> Is now drilling for oil at Oldsmar fruit is going out in a great stream, GENERAL INSURANCE. k.
Brother, of this place, have completeda Alvin McKinney, of Louise was'
Ind to John R. Calkins, of Pittsfield, North, East and Went, and the checks
plus nbottom vessel 65 feet In length" ''h'reVt'dm'IIday,
e, coming back are quite satisfactory to
the Plant has and 21 feet wide. In the center is a Chcsley Fogg was a business visi-
growers City shippednearly
well 10x34 feet containing a series of tor: to Starke Wptlnoiidny.
j, County Agent Mcrrin cf Dade coun- four hundred carloads of or. til
f reports great Interest in tomato nngcs and grapefruit.The floating trays with plate glass bottoms O. W. Dyal and daughter, Ruby, STARKE FLORIDA : .'
all overhead" light' being" excluded. were visitors to Starke Thursday. ..
[ rowing and new signers to the Lee BONDS
Because no light but that coming; Mrs. Riifune and children. of'jienrtarke ,
ontracts are being! obtained ev'ry'y first refrigerator of strawberries '

J from below enters the vessel's Interior" ? -'
were visiting. at the home of
until it now that; the
appears of the season left Wauchula and
submarine flora with fish and other" !IIr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown during
|crcage of tomatoes this Reason in the sold for $1 per" quart at the shipping --- -- --- --- -
marine life of every hue and shape ant week.
mediate Dade City territory will platform. They were" raised by Walker -
stand out with brilliancy seldom seen Mr. and Mrs. Duvid Kelly and famly -
.j *coed 250 acres. & McEwen and have all they can
. ;pa I in ordinary glass bottom boats. /The have moved to the Waterook nee"
( \ until Christmas sold
i produce at
'i $1 vessel will be used along the east ion. .'
a .Strawberry shipments are expected per quart. The Wauchula section will ,, ;
; coast and cruises the Frank
on among keys I Abernathy and Jesse Woods
start from Plant City the latter
cut more figure in the strawberrygame e
rt of the week. Competition" will this year than ever" before, for wore business visitors to Hampton on
keen and prices high this weeken Albertus Vogt, the famous discoverer Saturday.
there" is a much larger! acreage I
) most of the Christmas berriesill of phosphate in Florida, died at Aubrey nnd I Kmory Sloan and Mrs

be bought. These holiday prods Reports from Fort Pierce show that his home In Jacksonville Monday and Blanche Roberson, of Sampson, wore !J7e
I the body taken to Ocala for burial. visitors here Saturday
brought 1111 high as $1.21: a quart fifteen. and a quarter miles jot highways I
;' 1st Christmas -have been- asphalted, a consider- Vogt was sinking a well at Dunnellonon Mrs Dquillu Dixon: and 1'rof. Rev .

able mileage rock-shouldered and May 1,1880! when he found a phos- rls spent Saturday in Gainesville on '

([After writing a note to his brother locked" rolled and repaired" and excellent phate deposit. He later sold the property I business. Till UNIVERSAL

'd one to the police, Maurice Block, progress- generally being made in for 200000. lie was a nativeof Robby Wandin was a visitor to .

'7 Montgomery" Ala., blew out his St. Lucie county under the provisionsof South Carolina, a Confederate veteran Hampton Friday. Prices ',:

4v Ins on a park bench in Jackson- the recent bond issue. St. Lucie authorized and before settling in Florida! Messrs." Rebel! Byrd and Rufus Jones New _,

Hle and died almost instantly Hehve something over" half a million had surveyed railroad routes in Mex" spent part of the week" in Plant City .

t'' as his reason that he was tired dollars expended 'on now roads ico. Later" he became chief of the Mrs. Mamie Bovine, primary teach- F. O.B.
[, Jiving. A note from a woman was and improvements in the county. ( Southern" Pacific railroad engineeringcorps er, spent. the weekend with her parents ;

't tri ) and in his pocket. and directed the selection of a in Mlcanopy. Chassis $29

ri '1 Aubrey Nichols, of Greenwood, S. route for that line into Los Angeles Mr. Parncll, of New River, was here .

here was weeping and wailing and C., alias James W. Tucker" of Savannah Habitual oonvupstton cured Saturday looking after the Interests Runabout $32

' lehing of teeth from a varied as- 20, arrested at Jacksonville last In M to 21 Days of the farmers" association. '.. -

: ant of spectators in front of the Tuesday night us a suspicious character LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially. Messrs. Chesley Fogg and Truby Touring Car .::4'i i" [ $355 a

tona city hall Tuesday when 70 confessed to entering the home ofa prepared Syrup Tonlc-Laxa.Jve for HaWtua' Dyal were business visitors to Starke "

)i .rte of liquid dynamite, manufacd resident" of DeLand on December 8, Constipation. It relieves promptly but and Lawtey Saturday Truck Chassis $445 ..
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
and sold despite the Eighteenth while posing ai a plumber and assaulting Induce regular action. It Stimulates and Percy" Jones and niece, Mls Neta Coupe $595

ndment, gurgled into the sewer" the resident's" wife. After Regulates Very Pleasant to Talus sot Starling, spent Sunday with relatives

set the fish capering in the Hali- leaving the unfortunate woman in an ear bottle. at IjiCrosso. Sedan $660

;.river unconscious condition, he escaped with Mr. and Mrs. O. W.. Dyal spent> Sat HJ

I r jewelry secured" In .the home. urday at Waldo on busincs/i. These are the lowest prices of Ford cars :Jin {

l enty-five hundred quarts of bond.' James Reynolds! wall a visitor to the history of the Ford Motor Company. ,-

hickey found on the yacht Glen-i Aunt Ellen Williams, said by: persons . Starke Saturday. a

i; fl', which burned and sank in St. i who had known her many years, A T oDic Mr. and Mrs Lewis Matthews and Orders are coming in fast/ so place yours :

n rows bay Saturday morning, have to be 112 years old, died at her home Joe Durchell enjoyed" a fishing trip'to promptly to insure early delivery.J. ;

destroyed by Federal Prohibition I two miles from Captola! last week.George For Women"I Newman's lake Thursday and Friday I

tits. The liquor confiscated val. Footman said he had known Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and I' _

t |tat more than $00,000, is believed tier 47 years and that she'was living granddaughter, Stella Smith, .of Wal- W. ANDREWS, JR.

it' nve been the largest haul ever near Centervillo when" he first saw her X was hardly able to drag I do, spent Sunday at the homo of Lew. Dealer, STARKE

e in this district by federal pro- She had been blind the last few years was weakened," writes Mrs. III Matthews. ..

I lion officers.he of her life. Mr. Footman said he did W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown spent .I_
"The -..-..,....- ._.'-. -, -. .
I not know to whom she belonged whena treated me for about Saturday in Starke on business.. ::"' --- -- -

;' hamper and veneering plant of slave. Her husband died thirty two months, still I didn't get Hlox Parrlsh, of Sampson, was- a

[ Bronson Manufacturing Company years ago. She had no children of any better. I had a large family Business visitor here Saturday

$ gain in operation) after a tempo- her own, but raised six orphans.The and felt I surely must do A crowd of young folks enjoyed a E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.OLDF..sT .
have been
re- to enable
? something me to take
candy pulling at the home of Mr and AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA '
I by Manager Kimble for of little
?I orange Moore Haven Sugar Corpora care my ones. I bad Mrs. Arthur Brown Friday
f',material and other fruit and heard of JACKSONVILLE
veg- tion, a million dollar concern, which Rev. Dock Crews filled hi. 'appoint. FLA.
ite carriers" and it take sev- I
wills already has of the
one largest cane ment at the Christian church SEED POTATOES
j months to cut and deliver the or- Sunday
: sugar factories in the south in op- morning and evening Spaulding Number 4 ROM, Early Red BUis Triumph and Irish Cobbler W. are
[?:now on eration here will convert" its syrup CAROUITho Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblopd now ready 10 quote contract price. for December and January delivery.Our .

mill into a stock feed factory as soon and children, of Waldo Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Main. grown, elected seed. Advise
attended services -
[ a county toll bridge across St. as the new sugar mill is completedThe here quantity and variety you will want.
river at Jacksonville, opened in Sunday. MARTIN'S MY TEST SEEDS
by-products of the
|" has earned enough during the will be utilized in big the sugar manufacture factory $ Charlie McKinney, of New River, Have made good with both the small gardener and farnr er and the one. whe

'1_ onths of its operation to retire of sweet feeds for cattle. This Woman's Tonic I and spent" Mrs.Sunday Alfred with his parents, Mr. plant results.thousands of acres. Plant your fall crop with Martini My Te.t Seed.! and iaaure -

0 worth of the bonds! floated to McKinney o J|
will give: an immense output of cheap "I decided FALL CATALOGUE
to try It, continues Harry Eddy, of Mounteocha, was a
r, TO1MIG stork feed" to add to the abundance of Mrs. Kay . "I 1 took: visitor here Sunday. Martin'.Fan Seed Catalogue now ready. Writ. for it. Everyone interestedin

A 8.1'8ln.and grasses which this county eight bottles In all . I regained Walter Edmondson and son, Clyde, Florida fall and winter crop. should avail themselves of Information containedin
is 'a Tasteless chill Tonic restore is now producing. and of our descriptive catalogue. Supplied (KLE: on request to those who end In their
my strength have Sampson, wera visitors here Sunday

and Vitality by Purifying and name. promptly.I Writ. for it today.
had no more trouble with womanly afternoon.
y' Mng the Blood When you feel iu Setting a new record for citrus fruit weakness. I have ten Math Wasdin was a visitor over to E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-2OG E. BAY ST.

'r ptbenlng.Invigorating effect see bow shipments in any one packing house children and am able to do an Sampson Sunday, -
am color to the cheeks and bow in that section the
housework .
my and a lot outdoors Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson and
r, ttptovea the appetite you will then last week sent You will make a mistake
thirty-five . I can sure t come children, and Mrs. Rachel Prevatt of Big Reduction In Prices
i ,
$rllate Its true tonic value.
carloads of oranges, grapefruit and mend CarduL" If you order your fertilizer
;min's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply tangerines. Mos tof the shipment was X spent Sunday afternoon at the without getting our new price lists Just itwued. Plenty
trot (tart Quinine suspended In So Take Cardul today. II nay homo of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Odgcn.
r, syrup.
oranges. The rated capacity of the of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides
eatleMt even children like It. The blond be Just what you need. Arthur Barry, of Tampa, la visitng .
establishment" is 1,400 boxes in ten Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
sraal QUININE to Purify It and IRON to At an druggists. his mother, Mrs J. C. Barry.
lit, Destroys Malarial germs and hours, but far the week ending last Messrs. Dewey and Acy Starling, O. PAINTEIt FERTILIZER CO.

rs tfeaat) by Its Strengthening. InvitfurKOOOL Friday night a1 total of 12,000 boxes BSI of Monnte.ocha, were" visitors here on JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA

\ ,oc. or an average of 2,000 boxes a day Saturday. Get December: 1st, 1921, reduced prie e Unt before buying.! ,1


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