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 30, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04631
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Established: 1879. Subscription-.Per Year, $2.0
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I \ FORTY.TUREB; STARKE, FLORIDA, 11Y. nucEMIIElt 30. 1921. urtltrreVR _
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COMPANY "G" HAVE BANQUET I((1ItoantiCul [ TONY REFRICJEKATOR! RAISE CHILD FATALLY lIUtNE ;, ''II 1SK FROM ItKOTIIFR MINISTER lull INCOMK: TAX
I' j CANCELLED UY THE I. C. C. I + P \ \ lals: ST. MARK'S CHURCH t
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' Spread at Armory Was a1 CIa rill". Crosby, Aged C, of Worthington i The following atatcmeiit .IK issued Joi

: Joyous Occasion Tallahassee, Dec. 26.-Notice of the Spring" Dies in Hospital Jl.Telegraph: by Collector of Internal Revenue D 'i Sunday, after Christmas Day t.1 ,

; order cancelling the express compa "Sir: 1 am sure you wlil give T. Gerow, district (,If Florida : I\ rnsl of the Circumcision. k'I

Thursday night of last week Co. nies' recent schedules increasing the your columns to a word from With the approach, of the Services ut 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. '
period for We
"C,*" Starke' soldier boys, had a banquet weight and charges on pony rcf rig- I I clergyman, prompted by tho I filing, income UIK returns, January+ Ito continue to celebrate the Christ ':-( ( '
-1 the It had been decided I I'I |Jerators used by Florida strawberry auto HeaHon until the I'c-imt of the Epiphany }J' l
at armory. ', c tieDavi from our community of Dr. March 15, J'.iaa\ : taxpayers\ me 'advised !- next l Friday.'
some' time ago that, if the ad. growers: ; was received by the Florida ; Jder, pastor of the local to lose no tune in the conq.ilx- I 'i.;

'; jutant general pronounced the company Railroad Commission here today from I 1\1\ church lien of their accounts for tlio year'1VYl '' The New Year begins with the Bao- t ,

.t. the best in the state, after their the Interstate Commerce Commission.The To ", Ijinder wan': to admire I \ A new and important, 1'I'\'i".1; I red! name of our Lord Jesus, which' :

: performance at the encampment and message, which brings word of ; t" l him was to love him; to ion of the Revenue Ai t or 11121! ,js that| j means' Savior It m the nummary of

at the inspections held during the another rate fight won for the Florida hi, '' to believe him. I Imo ( every person whose nn.sMI. | ,??,, fur, the Jesus Gospel.! "Thou uliult cull hill name

year, they would do honor to them- ;producers, reads: The f., I caught sight of i 1921! was $5,000 or over, ,h'lltilt.. \ a :! from ,their for bo shall xuvc his pvoplul II

" nelves with a spread long to be re- '',I "Increases in estimate weights-on was t \Bond day 1 had been in 'return, regardless of tilt mi..um, ,,, "f'l sins. That coupe! stumlnI'cfore
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R membered. A \letter from the adjutant berries in pony refrigerators, proposed A1 Veerly 1 man, bearing all : net income upon 'whirl the ijivseMsoii. h It,. I '.. UH as the note fur t the whole
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,,' general, received lately, was so in tariffs of American Railway Express imu-ki entleman; passed on Returns are required .if ,-". h which CII'l'unwi"ion8ft" rile by,

flattering; that this spread came to Company found not justified. ( ho other -I t (tbu street with a single person whose net income' wit' tbo Jewish a child wits nmdo u member' of ,

. pass. Suspended j I schedules ordered cancelled. \ lautflii/ '\\Ohhn!: him by the $1,1100 or over and every marruM\ i iI "'' UIIH from the c'luirch. The Israelite boy ..- ,

\ The viands were furnished l>y the ." \( Childl l, std age blended so'V > I I son living with husband or wife vl h..". curliest years to grow a Si

I Juanita. As it was impracticable for !' Heretofore strawberries in pony refrigerator )', an.1 appeared so ImpUhe net income was $2,000 or over \\' "I! up!1.<. in the continual rcmeml/ruiico that
in the I wits foMKccrutcd I to find and ('III t.
the restaurant to set all the tables at have moved by express at I I'I'e"1 i other! Hint I i own,. amt widowers and persona seP\ S' d! to. the blcHttingH of the t' ,.

once, one platoon silt down at a time. plated estimated weights. The American I of a I' ''IIy the! mi mo ofVis "rated or divorced from husband 01'1 ,ni It ; cai.ni.t/

The second platoon, which had received Railway Express Company issued I gentleman then that I[ I I wife, ore regarded us single!! persons. I
} special mention, was given the and filed with the Interstate Commerce I | .I a_ d_to know I I' lades, although 11 Net income, is -gross income, leescertain II-I i h, dhl"'lIliun w,.... .. I.u'h.. ., ... .1,1....... ,
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f honor of the first table.It Commission effective June 1, i | was some weeks. tt t before 1 had l 'I / deductions for business expenses ('C" mint,,,.. lelatioim w,' h ftiwl; .1I.ty
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is said that hope' is the last to 1921, supplement 2 to I. C. C. No. opportunity. t.? mfc,third, mye\t:\ to losses, tuxes!, etc. Irons income shoulil il n.t,.' I he HO in till ChrlHtii.ndlspetiaiH'r ..

.' desert the average man. The last 1435 which provided for the application |' [ 1My includes practically all income received : rlirisl instituted Huptl ?

to desert the soldier is appetite. Arthur ' of actual weight, less 25 per cent I acquaintance' a hitjm' I though: 1 b y the taxpayer during the year, .m in the |pin., e of (Circumcision! in ,s a
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\' the proprietor of the Juanita, for ice. This was subsequently! amended ', : confirmed m> i fc\oJ't.\ ,,r huh,, ', in the cane of the wage earner; sal- the new "nvi.niuit between God and t

well knew this and had provided for to actual weight, less 33 1.3 percent I I' hiM in a mower, :i''lfcnj, glimpse j Utica,, wage bonuses and! commissions; man. Our l ,,,u.1 i l told\ N'.codcnniA:\ Unit

it. The tables created and sapped: for ice. The proposed change: | his courtly bearing I l\>tdly, facts l in the cane of professional men, all he n.ust be h.",m .II'" n. md. when hj'
love
under their burdens of oysters in would have resulted in increase of I for a lilt Wild, UK wo'! amounts received( for I'rofo'lIlIlonalll'r.'k" wniiUd to know UK i".o'c,
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three styles, chicken, several stylesof from 30 to 45: per cent in express (' each other on op,, 4t(sides of I \ ,,; in tho sand of farmers all prof- to know, what 'I..d.
potatoes, condiments, preserves, charges on pony refrigerators : Street God bless n\! j felt\ j I] ilK from the salo of farm products, him that he must t "he born "f water x

{ coffee, cake, ice cream, etc., etc. Captain The Florida Railroad Commissionat here was n brulhei II.,. ttt'lu (;Josi ; and rental or sale of land. at.d the spirit F! ", "'n. i i... njila-- a,

DeWitt C. Jones sent up several once asked. for the suspension of i ministry to whom I I''\t UC 111- In the snaking <"..' nn income.. tux return size the new birth \utimut,. riving, the
boxes of good cigars, and those who this tariff which ,; h bearing a differcir' ,1\inninn-,
: was granted, find whole is
$ I ( for tbo year 11)21) every taxpayer story to do 'm" inuotier< ton
were not eating were smoking. The the case was heard on its merits in | name from mine.ink." I jm, should 1 present to himself the following congregation We want !the whole 4 ,b

boys wielded knives and forks as valiantly Tampa on Sept. 27th, before Examiner that if I should consult mrXnth- questions\ : gospel, not a mutilated "<",<

I< as they would have used their Carter of the Interstate Commerce I I ministers in Slarke, Drs \Uu\!low What worttrout'' your profits from

bayonets in "going over the top" Commission, and was argued before I]! OIK.S;

against an enemy. The time passed the Interstate" Commerce Commission same experience, in their yua| n. I ? .

'i pleasantly with eatingsmoking: and Washington by Senator Calkins, i with Dr. Ijinder. JL, I Dili, evasive Interest ---
/ J Tbe you any on Christmas Sunday wall cla
Joking. counsel for the Florida Commission I inflrrnilios of age alone 'inptJ' ilbaiik I dopouits, ? a > unit

The commissioned officers, in their on Nov. 18. j I I retirement from the active JM *J Have fl'oll"hlch nit in attendance upon tho services "I i i
fli I you III1Yr"l'l'l.ty\ tho church will remember for
', much to the a Lunyrt0.a
regret not onh ''
spick and uniforms and the "
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enlisted
span 'ou received rentUid ?
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men appearing at their best, A NEW YEAR SERMON! I j j I .. members of the church over vvh,. > Tho members turned out n,
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I receive income in the
>I presided l with such marked you any goodly numbers, several being brought ?;r'3|
nbilil'
U; presented a scene good to look upon.We { ''Viti of;
dividend or interest stocks
believe this was the first banquetever "A Noble Resolution"/ will he the, I i I j i Christian grace, but to all in tln 'VoildH in automobiles to join in the worship
subject of Elder \V. E. |' whoso lives ? of God on the glad, festive day. The
held by Starke soldiers during Dougherty's were enriched I 1 l\\, ,
<< the thirty years the organization has sermon Sunday at It a. m., at the l lila presence and 'liis ministry.: it,.. you? receive any bonuses during music by thc t'holr\va. a special and

existed. Hut then, at no time has| Christian church."Faithfulness". j The poet wrote: "A Christian is the I'i' 'I&r much enjoyed! feature of both sorvi-
'H'.II make any profit on I the ' Tho members of
; ( ( s Bradford
there been such an esprit du corps as will be, the theme at ; style of a man" In every.1 sale Lodge
.fyitoelist bonds oilier
or property )0'. & A M. responded well
7 : i ('( Dr. Lander to tho invitation
bore
at present. The officers are efficient; 7:30: p. nSunday night. All arc | the minks of ,reft! personal ?
or
to attend in body the
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and and the, cordially invited to attend. Christian. evening
popular every man in Pidou I
net broker
company is working: for it to occupy It is also our purpose to reorganize I I I shall miss him, but I count i It tl'/III""l'li/ from OH which n rewivodAre In any service They made a fine ppt'iinince \
I while to have you / and gave the closest attention -
the place of honor the known him If
among organizations the Bible school at 10 a. m. next Lord'f on- rommitisugs ?
of the state. The citizens o day. This we can du if member j 'j I i for a month or two. We shall meet you Interested to the sermon. Their participant
every .
In
any partnership Itn t in all parts of the service
In.
Blessed was
Starke : hope!
knowing this are very proudof will come, and la'lagtheir children, or, ntbi'. ? firm from which ,
yon rereived generous and hearty Come often
Co.lOG" and will cheerfully respond and be present promptly at 10 i J. J. BULLEN, ,
m.
a. any income?
to any call for assistance thnt I know "we are weak. I also know j Pastor Baptist Church. Have brethren, with your families and
you any income from \al-
J> r" friends
the boys may find necessary to make that "God hath chosen) the weak jl r------ ties or piilenls ? w
' from time to time.WINKLERFEKIiUSON. things: of the world to confound ththings e : i BUTLER you any minor! children alto services both morning and evening A
-- which are mighty.; I Cor. 1 : worry."I i iI are working?
I I full' attendance of the members of thee
) : ( !'; 27. Resides, weak things often be- Ito
I The you appropriate: or' have Ili church! In looked. for
'come strong, and herein is their glory I anticipation of electric I lights right to In the morning,
I city was relllb.,1Vt'dll"dIlY eve appropriate, the, earnlm.-- IIf since It will be the\ first service in the i

. Mr. Austin Winkler and Miss Resale: "[ )' The current was turned such children If no, I the 111I1"lInt new year, soul the ordinance of theL"r.1'1I +
f tut we are so few; we are so little on must be ,
M. Ferguson married in Gainesville included. in the ?
: were we can't have ,j half past five and everything return of inconn Supper:: will "bo administered. 't
Sunday School.
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at 4:15: p. m., December 25th, ; 4'
(' perfectly. A number of Tho pastor will speak on the words v'"He
I Justice Well]), one beauty of little things i is 1 res- Has ,
, Warren performing the cere- I your wife any Income from .
they can j were wired and prepared. for any \ took bread and gave thanks; likewise
Why not ]
grow. get a new ,
mony. The following invited guests )( Bourco whatsoever? If
I which will BO It mint be iilxo Die "
make them : Several
start with the New Year, and let this I a bright cup. new members
Included'
f" witnessed the marriage: : Misses Alice : to last all the your return or reporter! inn i will be received.!
city watch year.--Lnke
Glisson us grow? Why rot, be I I
Susie Ferguson, l Katie Ferguson Times. wparute return of Income, '
Mr. Thrasher and family, tees,. faithful to our Divine Lord that we : Did you receive/ any dlrectoi fees The ,'vl'lIilllllllrvl'l'; at 7:30: will be .j!|

srs. M. M. George: Holstein, Bcnnettt, may hear Him saying to us, as He CARD OF or trustees'' fees in the of for the, young people of the church :i\\
Coors the
t KHid to His THANKSWe und town.. The senior and
.t" Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson. '>' disciples in Luke 12:32, year, junior departments
"Fear not little i of the 11. Y. I'.
The groom is well known in Starkeas flock; for it is titFather's e wish to express our thanks and Do you bold' any office in a benefit U. will attend
good pleasure to in a body, souls being reserved
t give thkingdom.
you e
a. valued employe of the Starke society from
to all who' rendered l which you 'mcplve! income
aid
: This is a great saying of for them and their friends. Dr. Ilul-
t.t Telephone Co. The bride is a popular sympathy 7AnswerI
ty
us during
Jesus. Take the death Ira will have
and none from other Bible a special rncsiiage fore
accomplished daughter of Mr. and
: our beloved to all of
daughter "
"'HO
and question
sister '
t I Mrs. O. G. Ferguson of Micanopy. Afl' -i schools save your own children, and ] ids" Penny. We also are riecugHury! to deti'inino | l 'them/ on "Sowing arid Reaping," Wo ,,
those who are ( should i like to have
/t'rale.1 the
members of of
tpr the were our school parents all
and congratulations ed i ,,
ceremony : for the a person has .
|, beautiful nn 1 In .me suml'ic'ntllore '
wreaths of I
before } tha(
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Mr. you disbanded. young folk present let this ser
and Mrs. Winkler ,
departed for to
require that a return lie. filed
l' Starke by auto. They have gone tohousekeeping Regular attendance at church amiIlible I I i'| Hicks and Family. und may I be, I the means/ of avoiding, ! vice.for 1 Kverybody: some We arC 'looking .

here, and their many school upon the part of parents tho heavy pennll '' i imposed! fur failure a very unusual time in the
friends wish them : and children "is the only to build 1 WilY of attendance and 1 interest. There '
all
way
happiness. j jS : to do
\lp and maintain a church and Bible .'j, if I 1'RICES WITH: NOT ADVENT TO HU KBDUCED ed. si! ) within the time fires. .riht will bu special music by the choir and
HI1 2
V. I'. U.1'h .
school -- 'fit
It is the
"S' INCREASED RAlfeS ON FLORIDA only way to developi I I --
i i and build Christian character. Nothing ' : --- (' Hiblu school Is a food J nluce toupend
BERRIES NOT JUSTIFIEDSI articles and. FAMILY REUNION r
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rumors to
I vt 1 hour
t' : can be substituted In the church 1, effect that there nn on Sunday mornings
Is to be
i or the city for true Christian manhood / the a drop I'uy us a visit at 9:45: and sec for
price of Mrs. E. 'I.
Ford automobiles YVuinwriiriil bud f
/ Washington, Dec. 20.-The proposal and womanhood; simply because! I Jan. a +un- yourself All present and former
were fly reunion Christmas
of the American Railway Express nothing is of equal value" in the church effectively spiked yesterday children on day, and her members of the II. Y. I 1'. U. are asked
1 Company to increase tIc, estimated announcement from Slocum Mall, Mid grandchildren: came from to
iitoct
city, state or nation. at 6:30: so as to receive! Instruction .
Weight or manager of tho far and near to take dinner
berries Ford Motor ut }Ic'rhmpilthie
on bhlppod or express- j The glory of about their place and
1 I : any city is not in its I I's for ., bon part
rd. Those
4.'d in pony refrigerators from points Industries, factories!, shops, business Georgia and Florida,I ) enjoying this in the evening service. "0 come, let
headquarters rvuni"n N. I f1.
t in Florida to destination at Jacksonville were Wuinwrlnlit andfamily "
throughout blocks ,
stately buildings of brick and us worship. Let us make the first
I the United States has been held : such reports are positively with Mr. arid Mrs.! 11. T. Clark, of
/I by stone and its bank deposits, but in its foundation. Jacksonville Lord's Day, and the first day in therll'w

Ii i the Interstate Commerce Commission j(.consistent, heroic, consecrated, liberal His tclugpuphic com ; Jack Wainwrlght and year! a wonderful day in our lives.MKTIIODIST .
to Harry Dodd daughter, biro! lligginbotham
to be not justified. The complaint men and women. president of .

against the express company's proposal I The city that has the greatest\ number the 'Dodd Motor Company, one of Oiiinesville; Mrs. Alice Langford and '

was made by the Florida railway I of these has the greatest cause I Ford dealers, stated that the son, Maurice of Alucliua; Dun Wain -

j commission, the Tampa board of j j for glorying. The church that has the : Motor Company U not even con- wright of Tierce; Truby Wulnwright I Sunday! school at 10 a. m., F:. K,
1 trade any change of I arid family, of l.awtey.SIWIC'I' I
and shippers and growers of greatest number has the greatest prices! ferryman, superintendent,

j strawberries in Florida. I! cause for rejoicing. rumors are foolish the I Chil.IrC'n's! a".vl.!! 'c nt 1f n'f'lwk.\ Mrs

+ Sensible people think that any city of Ford them," Mr. Dodd state' be COURSE: IN SI.NG1M; Smith will lead the service.

[ HAI'TIST S. S. ENTERTAINMENT | is a poor place to invest their money, the cars right: now arc rating All of the Kpworth League 6:45: I'. m., Miss
prices which prevailed be grades Bradford High
Hilda
i build a home, develop a Christian Struth, president
. I the war, when one takes School have recrietly hud tho advantage
time to -
I character, and work out a noble destiny j We shall go over Sunday eveningto
The Christmas tree and entertainment :i that the standard car of today' of a short course in night and
j where God's house is forsaken .. worship with our Presbyterianbrethren
t on Saturday night: were a splen- I|II W. E. PAUGHERTY. I with starter and demount rote singing, through the kindness of and Join with them In welcoming

,Mid, success The program was well I rim*. These were not standard Mills May Peek, who has been visiting their new pastor, Brother

j 'endered, a surprise feature being the I I Miss Isabel Rullen, of Knoxville F. ) before the war and deduct relatives here for several weeks Pout. "Hehold how good and how
endltion of "Cinderella," by Miss their price, the past. Miss I'eek is
Ttnn., has been visiting her car of today is an experienced well for brethren to dwell together in
une Bullen, who represented the different + Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen, during parents the, cheaper than It was in teacher, of piano and sight singing, unity." .
characters with good effect. having studied in Boston and CblcuKO. ,
7:39:
E j holidays Prayer meeting:, Wednesday! ,
!'C church was filled with happy chil- i! : p. m.
t [jHtren and equally happy and to wooden posts in the The recital in the
parents> i( Mrs. L. H. Eastman is visiting her street In- auditorium, the M. L. SMITH,
riends. G. W. Alderman acted theIJflfcit Intended to make 16th inst.
sister Mrs. Chas Register, at Lake travel was very interesting, c/iri-; Pastor.If .
of Santa Claus and one would Butler. have been replaced! with con Misting as it did of amusing motion .

,(ink he had been taking the part alls the markers. These are low and ; Hongs, patriotic airs and beautiful it Is true that all things come tit

life, ao well did he entertain oldI i I voice. Gifts, with candy and oranges ] conspicuous than the posts, but Christmas carols, according! to the him who waits, we intend to keep

young by his movements and were given the scholars of the achool. of not cause damage to cars that progrm printed In the Telegraph. of right on moving. There are soma
run against thorn. the pith inst. things we don't want.
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hmu it hup ,I..M-, .,. ,. 111 lit"" I 'j ? .
firiJ 'iTrri '>'IT! o'f the hous
.1 :'. 1 lYfi < One of 'her kite1 i i.m' '. "i-atijrht In Gaining, the top of the ilrst ridge, he \ over the system of road and 'r, .
h.'IIIIt> 1 iniu. He
I i. hi
i I i (wj'li lid r-oi HIM'111'o.v >iili8 aud big wore ulinbhymji. the current, uf t -'" 'he opentf'"' (paused nnd' looked back at Hie t-vblu I I The officials and citizens of Brad |I building recently I the realizat, .

I bin ilift-p WH" Bometblne; In bill door.l.lt'\\,,,>.f n ,nli.iuk., He, i imemhered r the, little brown house that he had ford county may not realize, perhaps, that the material of a road should r i

BHJK--I' Him inaOe! tier ask : bet. < '. ni.ui.v,' II wintry ,' built almost fifteen years ago. He remembered I that through the sum of $550,000, be capable of absorbing water, .

S. buttoned Into .Hi-t KUI| u crisp app"". that It was In Uie beginning
sters ":-01; eolug? which they are reported as .contem I waterproofed. Not only does tl i '
"Yi-H, I'm I" radiantly l''i-' ; and hrixk In tier klflion a sort of experiment' ; hli mother and I and
going now he aia.Phu .. spending or as votlnjr to spend percolate through destroy a fl,,
be'pr.
I ; rc'Klvd tier broom stirring '""d chopping!, moving ""- too much alone" 'In ,, their big platnl !
aRalntt the but when frost
1 I ICJ3 thick trunk of Uie j Ktantly hem ecu More find table ulth city house, and "tie bud' 1I1I1tJ.ted.wll tho near future for county TOld comes it heavetn(

I II old bnuUsia, an< strong!!: bund, Mill (showing trn i"of rare wlxdom that nfl he did] rot improvements, they will share t no pavement and foundation. Proloned

} flour khe' tvijuld: come to Bit. besluV" > him care for soHety, nnd! OR 'bis, travels al little extent in carrying out the greater j drought is also very harmul pUia j

at the piano, to piny, a duet vi'.h her \\'alI'llnt; great 'loneliness for her era of road building 'and street macadam surfaces' which become dm,.

I cliararterlfcllc\ dnsh] arid flnlf-h, '..nl ly to he should have a little eyrie of hli construction in history and Ire helpI ty and ravel
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KATHLEEN Jump up 'In sudden rompuncll"H. with own to wblch'he might retreat whenever | injr their fellow Americans realir.c I Impact is a new and destructive CT. '
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an exclamation : "Oh my ''lf'kll--l'd the fancy touched him. I ]laudable ambition to make American emy of pavements When a loaded i
NORRIS little She liked Del :Monte and Tabne herself
them I Oh the
: forgotten poor
I i I highways the 'finest in the world. I motor truck weighing with iU
wretches' !" but she had come to Mill Valley lod

I And she would be gone, leaving a now and then In the dny of his first I: Curefully compiled statistics laud 22,50 pounds and moving at a rate

I streak of wet, fresh air tlirwugh the wild, delight In Its freedom and beauty | upon reports received durinpr Auprust, I of fifteen miles an hour encounter an

_.e. ....... warm house from the open door, and silk-gowned; and white-gloved and September, October and November, obstacle on the highway sufficient to

he would perliaps glance from a win very much disliking dust. She, had 1P21 from 1201 states, counties, I give the rear wheel a drop of one

I dow to see her rough!) coated and sent him plants roses, and fruit trees townships, and municipalities show inch the effect upon the road is practlcally.

booted ploughing,' < about Itt>r duck yard and she hud told him one duy that hn that the industrial depression that hal I the same though the -

CHAPTER I.-With Mi two, 4tutnt| r delving Into barrels of grain turning had a neighbor 'in the valley who was a ttl
Aim and Cherry, the latter Juat elKtitoenarii existed during the pat year has effected weight were multiplied by six i
/ old friend of ber Doctor Strickland
> old.. and tils nl.oe. Ann*, Dorter on faucets., wielding! a stubby old an n the truck becomes
but
Strickland rotlrrd. !la llvlji* at Mill Vall broom. a widower Ith children.He | the road building program sense a projectile:
l lev. a iiliort CII.ta.nc.l from San billion and the
Francl.co. sliirhtly. With more than one baUer pavement by a _
Hi he mused with remembered sauntering up the
cloicit friend !I. Peter Joyce, aomethln She loved tier life
> *,/ of a recluiie.. VlnltJni In, the vlJ'nlty a Mtter heartache m he stood' hereIn opposite canyon to duly call upon this dollars available, nil told and the new cession of mighty Impact

rail' In Martin love with Uoyd.and.mlnlnc aecretly enirlneer.becomes. her empty room. Sometimes he had 'Inventor-physician, one day, and his Federal Aid law now in effect and I Two method of resisting lmpa

enlaced to Cherry.. marveled at the complete. and unquestioning delight: upon finding well-rend, mu ,I making $75,000,000 in new funds have been developed among hifhwa-

CHAPTER n.-Whll. the family la Joy she. hilt.! brought; to It. Peter sic-loving philosophic, errutle man, I available in Federal Aid during the I engineers, one being to design H !

.peculating aa to LJoyd'l Intention. (;b... reminded lilnelf" that never In who had at once recognized n kindred, coming ;year) the country has neverexperienced structure which will withstand ril. |
\. ry bring him to spirit and who had mode the : th.
upuer practically announclnr their years together; had he heard her younger;
her engagement to him. man warmly welcome. such a road building boom impact as armor plate is expected [ ,
unythlng. to
about
complain or seem
as the of 1022 promises to inaugurate withstand the
IT; spring This
; CHAPTER. III.-Doctor Strickland feel feel bored or nt a loss."We've !. I'resently, on the first call nn enchanting proj..cie mttlod .
Cherry la too young to marry and urge* little In f-rtmrk is an effort to ( the strength j jof
girl nhnbby
her to wait at loaat a year, but the girl alwm-' thought/: of Cherry, as !!: H
t coaxea him Into agreeing. to an Immediate. the child !" I.. I bought. "Hut I II! 'WIII\ had come In-a Iltlle girl all dimples, Reports show that during the past the destructive agent with an pqua''

wedding. and tile ceremony. take place, dcmureneKs! nnd untouched I four months streets and or superior strength the
boyish new on
the couple. loavlng at once (or ICI l Nldo, Khe, Allx:, who" was the real clilld. She \ road part if
where. Martin I I. employedCHAPTER never grew 'up.' She never entered 'Into beauty. She hud stild that "Anne wath I projects were announced as contemplated 'the defensive agent. It calls, for j ,

the. lime of innodH.:! and self-analysts mad wlv her nnd! that Allx-" she hut not yet voted to I grand I constantly increasing thicknom ,r'

"' , ver, Clierry begin IV.-TI to* honeymoon feel a vague day aimatliracUon *- end jealonl"s. and' <1e..lrps She would managed:: to lisp"the, inline, ""'nlh up total of $242,!!9-l23(! of which the slab and more' reinforcement, mm i< t

I' wit b Martin and th.* monotony "Yea, I'm Going, Now!" He Mid.rulilicd have play-, and picnicked all her In the madrono !
of is for and and '
sum $211,180,700 more powerful
of her d.'i.ly life.CHA.PTEM . I rllIO I guns increasinp; "
"
.' life A sotnewhnt older\ child named Allx
hor two liands tocctlior, and $31,813,1)23) for streets. In addition, effective armor piercing projectile! f
V.-At Mill Valley JuaUnUttle I \Mis h".>I't pressed'. like a dull pnln n freckled, leggy:: little persnn with
:/,' lawyer, berumea engaged. to Anne, clinic to tli<* to|> of thp titcps' to Kay ,. he enormous front teeth! had provod, the the American taxpayers;) durinA August ('ul for thicker armor.
tn his chest. Dully quietly went
I "( the wedding bnlng. a.t cor September, good-liy. And 11111 tiding there, under September, November This method has found
i ome. nmnlh dlataiitAllx vlalu CnTiyat : I out to ''he fire again, and dully find claim by falling out of the mudrone Octber considerate:" j
El Nldo and the two flrl. coax Martin tlit, riiNe tree HI! <* llnltod her arm about quietly moved through/: the dny. Her and hud received no sympathy;) for's actually voted $238,0 ))0,13fi favor in the Eastern elates but ,nut orI
hum for
.'f,. Anne Into.* wedding allowing., Cherry ', It, looking up tliroiiili the urancheu: books and music might/: stand as they bump, but a-to him-rather.. surprising for new streets and roods and the the Pacific coast highway)' engineer]

where Hie sbnlib.v" folluge! of last year : censure. He hud yet to realize public officials' sold' $110G.riRg( worth
{ 'I were, her potted ferns and her scattered : have for the past' quarter of a century -;
father1 hou, lingered."How.
( CHAPTER VL-IiTher *
m Cherry. contrait the peaceful. h"I'PY> > life fnxi It's nlnc-e that small lIosHelslons-lhp sewing- that nothing ever hurt Allz, btit that of road and street( improvement bund?, "been practicing another method''!

I there with her rather aordld existence at grown basket that she always bandied with she always ruined her clothes and For streets the sum of $37,330,174 wnsvot
to which
Ell Nldo and realize* that her marriagenaa I terrific pi-iiiiliin' WP Ioave: It all tliat frequently hurt other ntid other of cOllItt'ueion. they point j)
\ been lomethlng. of a failure. Doctor lone/: time IIKO !" she tin 101.I a boy's awkwardness' and the camera persons : Strickland, feeling that Cherry la not being she used so well-should keep, their thln H. He found her n spirited, enthusiastic 'I.f't
fair to MarLlii, In tliat aha la unduly "I.lltle! lucre tlinn Klx yi'iirs ago For roflds sum voted was problem
little extremely'
I Rut he went to her desk :person ;
places. ,
., ,, her vlalt 1 I fl r Anne'i wedIng "
Clierry! lie. reminded her. < and the bonds sold]
; .urge* her to return to her hunhand.. thinking In this long/ solitary evening, ticulate' and quite iinself-cousclotis $201,59,102 were In California and Oregon the einoers ;

,/" ', She make* preparatloni for her departure. "Only Mix )'I'OrRShe wan obviously to destroy various papers that slip and! she had entertultied him with. nn $14. The reports showed new do not attempt to stop the In"

11111117.t>II. "It doexn't seem ponBlble excited: account of a sex fpnd thnt wns street improvements to be contemplated of the truck
; :: CHATTER VII.-Peter Joyce. lella. Cherry might wish destroyed before the, rnbln pact motor in it.s trails
Hint all till hUll '
;( he haw had cine. "grand paxalon"' In hi* IIIII'I"'lIl'd>i In Biz was deserted. And here he found her I being:: pushed with some violence at her or actually under way in SHO so to spenk, but they cushion '
I life, but the woirmn WHB nut for Mm. II* yenrR olio exclnlined.lie school nnd bad used expressions' that tb'l
doe not reveal tier. name. Cherry rejoin did, not ntixtter... lie had her letter. cites and towns shock. They construct nn l'IIMtl ',' ,
ber tiuaband.CWAPTKfl. I : \fie found It only after, be! bud somewhat I. rather shocked Peter. A quiet third
hand niece
the different //:1t'I-a / joined
j explored small I
\ VIJI-TI,. young ", lto'. die.atlefactlon thu though; I uf thohe short Ills expended next year, over nnd above, I grade beneath and it adsorbs Ih"\:\'
Inrrnanl* and ther la the group', n girl wlih brtiids nnd l clear
an drawers and pigeonholes of the desk, I
I : moat open break., Martin ha* a brief ..I\i\ I years hud come nlso the thought thnf drawers und pigeonholes. which were bunds., \\ ho elucidated : i amounts previously] authorized it can 'shock of impact by;) slightly: }yielding ,

: '; of *ickne for him fl and return Homethlng* to Cherry.: of her old feeling this slender! (Ixnre In the housewife,/ to his MirprlNti; all In astonishing order ]I "Allx nnd I don't like our toucher !" I I be readily seen that the American ThE wsetcrn engineers argui tba'

blue linen. this exquisite little lieaO.o for Allx. 1 \'f'I'ylhlngllll marked, ":';he's u. sneak and n skunk !I" Alll ,, people are in earnest about this mat- If you put shock absorbers in ''hi \

I trlcKen CHAPTER\ *udil nly IK.-with Iioctur what Btrlckland all perceive I* trim and demure despite nil it"'. tied pocketed' ; her accounts were, Inilunced I hud frankly contributed. Cherry, now ![ ter of good l'ondO und are taking to hide why not put them in the t '* t'i'

I* A fatal III"e.... Altx ummun* Cherry: reliel tendrils of t;old.l l thin lovel'> face und If hhe hud anywhere lel'l quietly established. In her father's. "lup, |! heart the fact that eighty-five percent They point to repeated tents, whi i

to 10.'her. deiith fiLllii'r'n. It la deathbed.cllacovcret After tlmt yeurii the. doc-ego mill the. fiico of a child will] a chllc!'. private' papers. they were ut 'least, nowhere had smiled with mischievous enjoyment of our highways are ;yet to he suri have fchown that an elastic or "i. I 1

he hud borrowed money. from. Anne'* fa triiNtliiK, uplirteil ryes IIIIKht liitviitieeu to be found.! ; nobody else, to IVter's kurprlM'' ?, faced nnd mn.de practicable for mod- slab inn do of and uton. ,h ]
t)I.er ntid Huemlntcly the debt wan never 1 i asphal \ '
lilH. Tlio old home tiiinlit( hove hud puld' Ihl!!!) exlruordlnury renmrk the
Seeing In all this a drfiid continuation
1 rllBctiurired.Vlth' accumulated Internetthe crn motor traflic.i more than the resistant.
amount practically COIIHIIUI''H all the liecu their home, and 11I'llUlllt-wha! of his first suspicion' of .her. death, slightest attention. He remembered' \
the clootor. left. JtiHtln IJttle That our cities are' making trcmcn- shattering by. heavy blows than ha<|
money i I
knowH', there" might have hrcn a new I'eter nev.'I.tll"I"SIi! experienced! , u "shock, thut he bud funded only the smallest: i'
makes It manlfeftt 'that he will InnlHt' onIM '
,1 |. wife'* clttlmii.: It means that the two Clierry und a new I'eter hc lnniiiK to when he found her letter I of these children and hnd been glnd:: I dons strides in street paving is indi been shown by;) I rigid slab (ifnv\ '*>

'" \ < girl ,ate loft with practically nothing.CHAITBH look eiigerly out at life through the! : It hud been placed In an empty when they all \1'1'1110111 of the room. l'ntoc in I'ellot'l from city engineers thickness and design. I

X,-Peter Joyce, who haa screen of the old rose vine drawer face! up', tmU nun" sealed', und Looking down at the cnhln, ihe the Asphalt Association, New At Visalia, California, I Is. iud, j '

h'," been.. on, u trip prartlcally around the Too lute now. A flnglc Instant oftliooe addressed simply, with his iiuiue, I jHe j yours, slipped. past' him like a flying York, which indicates that over thirty pavement composed of seven tichc:
: v-orld returiiH not having Inurnad of the
!\ l o" doctor'* death. He hrare. of Ann.'. noiltlon lout yearH might have brought' sut holding/, In Mb bund and Dim, ntid it wus/ the present again: und million square' 'arl equivalent to of stone and asphalt, laid in IX'4'' a: '.
\ ,,S-, : with ronnrd to In' money with deep him all I this, but there was no going before he could Allx-Allx: wus gone.
;. I I ",".A" dtatfUHt.a fair AUx linn aliiKlnff.the homo Joyce unti. IH making her buck. He put hln' arm about "her, and momenta. puswd" openIt. He roused I himself, spoke to the dog, 1.75 miles of asphaltic pavement, 30 in good condition today with m"> .op. .
living urge
feet
wide laid
. :!ii to marry him. RIIH t'onHtmt* anil they klg cd her forehead, and Hulcl, : "(Jixl So It had been true, then; the fear and they went on tllt'lruY ngalu. were on city streets lay for maintenance during 27 'par ",
r, rt. have. a tilmnle weuMliiR anil' EO to Joyce'* bless Cherry'" 1 Mud squelched beneiitb Peter's boots this year. Reports from state highway More than 12,000,000 yarcb "' ./
\? home to hvo. 1 Ideally Imppy.CHAPTER you. that he had tried all thl'Hee..ks to
< ) "Ood lilesH you, dour I" Blie unswercd cruxliV lie hud been weighing, measuring In the roudwuy ; the, dog sprung lightly : departments indicate that 23- Ho-callod "black base" type m I in. -

leave Kl. ;Nldd: XI.and-- 1\I'lh.o, to lU-d and Creek Clierry, a gravely. !She watched the tall / remembering, until Ills very from clump (to clump of dried grass. :] 000,000'square )'arlf were ]laid on the ment have been laid on the 1'ar '

J :change nomuwhui I ftii: the twttnr, but figure, with! lts little lluip mid with soul was sick, with Uie uncertainty. Hut when they left the road 1\\lid cut I state hlchwoys, while the nrca laid coast and over four-fifths of thi

\ f'heiry, reinltiH the old fcrllritf of. dlMHatlafuctlun. the dog !leaping' and circling about It straight across the, rise of the hillside, in and other
Him: vlHlla 1'eter and AHa, and Ills mind bud been a confused: web of counties district will large yardage is not over 5 in' w'
i while there. cornea to a rvallKatlun' tII..tIIhe In ecHtiiHy until the redwooila cUmcd memories, of tblM casual word und U":1'lIlIn,1,,: wus tinner and the two flgures bring the total to 1 08,000,000 square total thickness.
love* peter. Though .11.. hu* never. moved th> durknight.
around him. Then ulie took the swiftly through
knoun it, t'hcrry I la the woman whom up thut look, of whut, f-lie.luid, possibly' I I ) equivalent to 6,000 miles of
; 1'cter had In mind, when 1i told her ofhla broum again: and slowly and thoughtfully heard hud prububly keen, hud suspected The early stars came out find 'or.s.
I "Krand. puiutlun." lie haa never croHNed the old porch and nhut showed them, silhouetted ngalnst the, asphalt pavements 18 feet wide. This
t I ccuand. ID love he., and the altuatlon nowbucuniva -know n- I is than sufficient to build The Author's Pest.
sky above Allx'a he.loved more one
J the door.I'eter TiiinuIpalH,
I i tragic.CHAPTER I Mow hu would know. He tore open I
walking with lUll A,' HII'lde8.1 the man's cruet form with Its! slight asphalt road eighteen feet wide from I'hlllp CurtlsH, niitlior 01 l II"t|. 'u
the and the dozen written
t .. I envelope' ', "
: :\ : :x n.-I'et. confoiims 111* nnd with furrowed brow and absent' limp, the dog following faithfully! his Augusta Me. to San Francisco "lietwcen Two Worlds. "i.. Wlthnt
love to ('Ieny.. .and. Mhe admit .a like feeling a lines were 'before his ejes. The letter Cat
for him. A. ,Huatlon bordering on eyett cnmncd the ,vlllnge! and climbedouce was dated a most unusual thing'/ plump tall and feathered ruff showing and another from Me., thoUKh he, like nil writercontact n<
J '' hidden. guilt In created. In the doctor'* a dull luster In the starlight.Cherry [ Augusta with pt'uplo, of nil t! ;
l *d to
the old trail that < I.lld11
\ Ulbl Allx flnd a receipt for Uie money more up for Ails to tlo, and "Saturday, one New Orleans
,. : with her violet nnd Is Just one chiHH wlilcl) h<|
lie had horrowpd. Aniiv'a claim fall* to the cuhln. I o'clock" was written under the. dale. eyes 1.0lcul.e
t' ',' ', l., the ground and Allx and Cherry ar* It %xas diluted, orderly complete ; he I corn-colored hnlr. Cherry, with her lit would run n 111'. "The KrouteBt paij ,
J nnanclnlly Ihclol>.hlellt. Heartbroken over It wus till day of her death.He .
,
I r 111" 'E'leiiTly I soTt TTisli. oT tVie *
tle bands mn la u writer's life. Bald Mr. Curto
: thlr tragic poaillon., Peter, vainly .Keek and Alix might liave left It yewterday.Kow read : gathered. In his, and her I
haiiplnena of Cherry. and htmault but : hud tieen him coming he! thollht.and ,,: "I'eter I 1"IIt-Don't feel, too badly If beating,; against heart gigantic 111 Ilwl'f siiyv 'I
quiet breathing.
\ ;' j ther utoiiia' no. wayCHAPTIOR hud had time to light the !fire: I nnd a stupid way out I've been I! Allx his chum his companion, his I I could only write tip a thing Ilia ,Ol.')\
which freshly to the comrade ou, so many night walks under happened to my woulii :
UUH blazing up 11'lt.
thinking, for several duys about It, I
.; XIII. Mr*. North, Martin she tie
again to '
ft'tu"l 14oyd'a aunt. hait her .BuHplcloti. concernIng chimney's great throat He sat dowlI.I You've done so much for we, and after the stars-he had 'lost them both. I beside Suddenly him. He seined 111" the the fireutest story you ever rnm
'. :, )I. ';.1 Peter and Cherry" and the lover* feltli Blaring at the flauieii. there's but But It wus Allz who was closest.. to his to see dark -
you, of course, no one ,
danger of the BUuutlon.CHAPTIOR animated fuce the slender, tall girl
I the thoughts tonight( Allx. tlie thought of ,'
1 tl Duck imtthed open swinging Cherry She' could be free now 'hecouiuu't
; '. .. .... whom wnu irrndllnll ortnitlnir ,hl.. I wrapped In her big, rough coat. Heeemed
\ XlV.-Joyce Ctlerryto door between the and the Hit In
: urge pantry - Unhappy Friendship
: "
J;; to *leave ome remote Martin part and of go the away. world with where him ] ting room, and came In, a question" In face, a few prevent" minutes u. wnen ago I i knew caw your we heart andolll with i ; new ;pain.: I I . heur her vibrating voice, Many people expect too much fr*{

they can live their live togcthnr. rlhe tils bright eyes, his great plumy, tall couldn't tight It. Itemuuiber this Is Allx wus his own ; Cherry had never their friends. They jnny thcm"111''
,\' Anally ronnenm. ., feeling. that Allx will forKive. been his! It for him to
and 1'eter iimheji, anauKfineni' fur beating, the floor an he lay down at our secret. And always re-member Hint own.' wus comfort I be so thoroughly: gi'tiulue anil sloCi

heir journey. I'eter'a side. Presently the dog laid I want you to be 'happy because' I love Cherry, It had. always been his tat they expect nil Illr'rl.uJa/ '" M,.,

I Ills nose on I'eter'u knee and poured. f you so I" mission to comfort Cherry since tbedays same, and whll I .' 'IRTI
\
CHAI'TlilU XV.-The dny of thrlr departure
urrlvu* Putur. hud gone Into &nI forth a faint sound that was not quite It wax unsigned. of 'her broken dolls and cut fin little faults In tlitlr Idols thu. to i>

i \:' I-*atirlHro, whore, Clu'rry wai to mitet him a whine, not quite a High and rouerextlomly I'eter sat staring at It for a while gers. Hut Allz was his own comforter &Rappolnttiiont most acute!} !', **'v,'

',1'.; on. the hont: ateamer.I tMuTry, Actually ritettta Martin on! her, who way haa toth and went to the cloned door without moving, without the sllr' of n and Allx might! have, been laughing pitch your stiiurlurd too high, iln !"

I .1'1.' ,. left hla el Unit Ion nt Urd. Cro..k and, I I. oil of Allx's room, and pawed It, his eager changing exprcssUm on his face. Then nnd stumbling: and chattering! beside are h-ss likely to have l **
hla to hor. Tvrroialrh'ken' nhe matiitgea YOU
way him ,
here In fhc dark
'. i., "' to get word to I'.I.r and guna back nose to the threshold."Not he folded It up\, und put U lu the pock, wet womls full teed Try to remember thin i''' "" 'j,

I'' ,', to AU,,'. home, with .Murtln. cln thn way here, old fellow I" I'eter nald. et of his coat, and went out to the of a child's happy Infliction In the will never dlMiippoInt us If 'I'<' '.'.""11 tl'I
audloleiit to tull him
K' ; :1 eh.th* truth niunter abdul courage lier, reulinff f<.r him. !IIarc stroking the nllky head under his back yard, \vlu-re Iowas: feeding.: the moment und confidence In the mor two simple rules : ((1) to tli"' <. ,IJ

\ tin profenaea hlmitelf. unable to uuuerxtand hand.He. chickens Th wet durk clay wus endIng row. what they ar(; (2) to 'xpcci then'.
1 her. .rl..van. hud not been In this room since "Allx my wife I" he suld softly
brilliantly In a wash of red nun- ,1Ult tiut.IIOUY .
I .: ('HAM'EIXVI.Al>I>rloll'g' Allx of th* the day of her death. It struck him sot light; that sent long shadows from aloud. "Ipd' Cherry-always. Hut I
'
'
I between hlmtioir und I.h".y.11arlln : wore mine- iiilue, Webelonged
\ altuatlon as struiiKuly changed/ strangely and you you were
InHlnuaU'a' that antneoiie" haa been. the young: fruit trees, und touch..dtvtry I OF 1OI V
heartrendlngly rlt III 11I0 r. The windows to each other-for better and lUmEnm
making love to c'hurry. Allx> Indignantlyrcpituiatua twig with u dull glow '\1
thu Idea, and, Marlin liua no for \\'ol's.--alld I have. let WHITE rOUNIJ NEAR
I
1 \ were cloned as Ails had never hud "1:0l'I'ter: you so lAN
said after effort
I an
0"1,11011 of the real truth.' Loiter, aomooharrvuilotia
""
{ I J ,
< iniult* by Martin, andl her them cloved, whiter or summer rain to speak thut was unsuccessful. The He went, on and on and on. They I

,; own Intuition [orre Allx to a reitlUutlun or sunshine. Her books' stood la their Chinese boy looked at him solicitously were plunging down hill now. under (Concluded From Pagi i
I
leti and
between
llicny.COl'! the" love 1I..1I'lb'ok..h.oxlHtlng >llt> I..l.. th* old order her ntudent'M Shakespeare. ; for 1'oter's face was tislien and the trees. He would see a light after --- .

night wamlei'hiir In the wooda, nimble, tom..k. and some of her girlhood's hooks, about his mouth were drawn lines a while nnd sleep for a few hours IIndIII1'e I patch from Columbus report-" ,
I up her mind a* to tli* coin-nd" *h* "Little Women," and "Uncle Maz." In a hunter's breakfast find be gone ,,
will purau. "Kow," be said, "I go now !I' Mrs. Allison says that about .1 "II
,I the closet, which exhaled a dump antiwo..dy again. And he knew that for weeks
: "Go now otlier house? Kow nodded, ago she received a letter from '"
11'1>TIn: XVII. Cherry get* an anooynuMi .
= smell were one or two of the for months-perhaps for years lie
.
glancing toward the i
letter from. Itod Creok coupling valley.Itut son advising her that he was- dr.ID
I Klartln'* name wit!) thut of a wotnunnamed hoylNh-looklng. hats he had HO often 1'eler jerked his bead Inllt..adto''ItI' would wander so, through the great
J I llutty Woodi. She ahowa the let.ter seen her crush 'tirelessly on her dark the bure ridge mountains, with their snow and theirforests back to Columbus and would .llr
und the lalter qiieltlonlng 5fn'
Martin to, Allx lie. practically. .admit the truth hair, iind the big belted coat thut wan "No, I go now-not come back !" 'he over the seas In strange cities home shortly before Christmi'", ,s ,

, of the accusation. IMvorcw In now openly as plain all his own, and the big boots said Holinas and stranger solitudes. Always alone, Allison is quoted as suyin '"" ;', '
briefly. "Tonight-maybe -
of Peter., and Cherry arrange to go .
,, \ talked away together Sunday, two' day Ulataiit.CHAPTER die wore when she: tramped about the -tomorrow, Inverness. I don't always moving, always remembering. did not know what had 'I ,"'' , '

morning poultry yard, still spattered with pale., know. Ity and by the big mountains( That would be his life Aud some day Bloom, but presumed that he. wa> :

\ I XVIII.-S..I".d&y,,' andamblguoua dry mud Her father's worn little Ul- Kow -some day perhaps he would come her **' "
Peter. reallaea. from All manner -by and by I foigetl" turning to Columbus with
_.,' : remark that *he la aware of ble lay on the table and beside! It another Tears glittered In the Chinese hack to the valley she had loved-
boy'a band
I the 'lo not tell I Clierry.JUU book "Duck for the Hut even now he recoiled 'In distaste Suddenly She Seemed Again
'da .Io'III1JI'.P"! : ; H&tslng to Be "
: ; : for Peter'* cabin In eyes, but he mulled with a great air Another somewhat '' 1 I
.. .' the autumotille. leavlni Peter and Cherry Market" with the marks of muddy of cheer from that hour To see' the familiar Bride Him. grutt.n" ','
to follow them on fool. On the way they and mealy hand still lingering on Its "I faces to come up to the cabin of speculation is this: I \li'o "i
house I"
he
who, on th* verge keep promised. with '
Hint .
met by I"1'
lender
i. :.re hyuterlc 8."ln't : : them. th*' car, with cover. The dog came aud again, to touch the music ant the 1"\\ note la It that murderer shot him through th. '
fawning springIng he had noticed
Martin ha* gone over a precipice. books when the last spoke to .
Allx and Suddenly evoked by these silent with a which must hav( !t
I from the ,
nnd and Martin *o utables. and I'eter whin- him rife ;
They
It; badly: Injured: I.. illrt 1at".l I: death would witnesses to her busy and liappy life, tied to him."Come Worse, to find Cherry a little older "I'll home ahead almost instantaneous death "hI' ,

\ ha a happy relea. **. the bole womun seemed to stand beside on Buck 1 We're going now I" happy and busy In her life of sacrifice ondalt go for there'I"of you I'tter. it necessary for him to mutiln'1 *
;you)
.'J ,(" I'eter, the tall eager, vital woman He opened, the fimnyiird !gate where not needing' him' not very much thr -. .
C':1T"PTfiJXIXAlLlaoulI"! hopelemilyrrlppled Tears suddenly body by BO crushing in
flooded ,
: / who had been at homo here, who had wanting the reminder of the old tragic Ills eyes, and "
thut Murtlti
' the d*>ctore announce her hand had so often! rested, croMII..dthe
;, , will live. 'lurry, ti'lla Peter' aim.. (eel* ruled the cabin with a splendid and times lie put his bund nver 'hem and pressed, breaklnl the Jaw bone teantit'J: \

I J'' .tt ahe liuubnnd, inuat and tlevoto she her aiul.life f'eter to caring part.rllAr'TKU .for tier. vital personality, lie> seemed to feel gate, muddy and 1 struck corriil off,across opened the another darkening An owl cried In the woods ; the of It thl'rl.tender, Htmidlng still, while the wave part of the ear and makinr 'I' ,

i mournful sound floated old poignant and exquisite gash' in the left cheek?
and drifted
her near him again to see the Interested world townrd l the, The
lust
I ;:':. : XX.-ln lila cabin PeterCud eyes, the high cheek-bonos ridge away Into utter silence Some'; small memories broke over him. Dr. Louis Stinson, count, 1 1
Allx the sunlight crest aud "
I \ u titite wrltton 'to him by on lingered:; on tree-top on, Uuck"
I., ,'I'. lAnilmt uf her duuth. In the note ahe touched with scarlet, the wisp of hall I tangled Itself redly' 'In the uppermost animal, meeting the death Its brief 'looking'Ye'l go he whispered cion, who performed nn an''. '
tAi him it her Intention to ,commit aulCT. life had evaded times up through the trees at a' '.'
< hundred
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," I that would full across her fiice sometimes a .'
," uml take M..Un1111 lii-r. Fooling brunches of a few tall redwoods nnd etrlp of dark sky; representatives of the Con" j
Illo la tided. 1'eter. with when she was deep In baking, screamed shrilly, and was silent. spangled with cold "
him I
tor tha '
t that was gone. Twilight long twilight :
.tars "We'll taking say ::
l "" /i.:;'" dUll, Uuck. her coimtunt << niuiniiin| or preserving, or poultry-farming. and Great branches stirred by the night go oll. Sbe's-she' I eltahlthm'nt
which hua no <|HHIInatlon. that had In It ome hint of spring; -lay waiting for that '" !
r 1 u Journey us was
8.1" uui mi wind, moved high above his head, and somewhere old fel- every appearance :
hei that the would brush with the
< away
Cherry talie* up martyr4om
and &OnlY Jii'iT the jnlley ; the mountain: low'1" thi >, "1 <:d
>/I with her crlpplod> huauanU. of an Impatient Jiand. only to when ._therewas!. !_. Jitter gjlence. Teterk mobile had rolled over 'I'Iof
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEr.r..4.P STARKE. FLORIDA ritlDAR. DECEMBER) 50. mi.

st 1 ii ..'GF.oOoIX --'--- . -
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4'1tJl I+ "I --- )) I rains. JJ ever this disadvantage Is not suffl 'I crowded and everyone appeared to Miss Lucille Harrell was the &:,:tt t

.. } 1 ,l1 t .. ... ...-----...... 'I If the plants show need for additional -I ant to off-set the advantages to be thoroughly enjoy the evening. of Miss Georgia, Edwards W'dll".da'
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.... .. --- -- fertilizer few weeks afar the, ,. lined through reasons Bet forth' In night.
a who is employed
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| picking has commenced' top dress with'!,: 0\e. This disadvantage may be Jacksonville] is visiting: relatives] here J. V. Edwards and family attended
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"' "" Bradford I| a light application of nitrate of soda., argely overcome by planting] oats or i this week. the :funeral of little Claricy] Crosby
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lti1'i;' l' I With The I This will be particularly good if 200 rye at time of breaking the land or I W. M., Graham /if South Jacksonville ct Dedan cemetery Sunday afternoon.

f' ; ,. I ':| pounds sulphate of potash is appliei,. by harrowing them under soon after was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Miss Geneva Ilarrell and brother

i 11: I Farmers 'In addition to the second regular] aI'; ward. The growing plants take up A. I). Andrews Sunday. Malcolm were visitors to Raiford on

' I : St I I County plication of fertilizer. the plant food as it becomes availableand I>r. and Mrs. W. W. Farnell rnd lit Saturday night.

:Iv ::1 ...... ......-........-' '" " .,, ,..---.........J thus prevent its being wasted. tie son, Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrna Among those attending the cane
CABBAGE0':118
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J ............... CONTROLLING are spending the Christmas holidays grinding at the home of T, B. [,j.

.. !,:. ,, I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS here guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. wards Wednesday night were MIMII!
I Ii K Poison the worms that pester ,Four Jones. Georgia and Virginia Edwards, Cent,
J 1'11" RITE': cW .\ I'I'JJHml it piled up in order to prevent the escape -, cabbage( with arsenical] prepara'ion, Alachua-Considerable pork has va and Lucille Harrell, Mrs.
h of which rich in 1>1''. Kinof! Lake Butler, was! a M D,
i, 4 gases: are plant is the advice" of Prof. J. R. V tson, been killed during the week. Due to professional visitor here last week. Harrell of LaCrosse, Mc" rs. N G ''

' I J'h jHcaH, housewives, store keep- food; as of ten.as practical s&tter haul] the entomologist of the Florida txperl-:: low market prices for hogs, most of'' Miss Sybil Hitch is visiting relatives Hayes, Richard Hague, Cephus Luther .
r manure to the fields and immediately -
, / h I trs, farmers arid many others call ] plow it under., However, I Iment Station. The winter ninths is the farmers are turning their meat and friends in Staike this week. and Valburn Harrell, Rand Crest
t the Florida Experiment Statioll' the season when caterpillar of cer- into sausages and lard. Charlie Waters, Mr. and Mrs.
by upon if manure is to be plowed under, the Herbert Hitch, of Starke, was a visitor J. c
l specialists; for information ant] should ,Itain butterflies cause much trouble to .here Monday\ afternoon.The Willourc Mr. and Mrs. J, y jy.
advice along many and vnried lines. I planting of crops on that land water :I I cabbage growers and precautions Polk,Farmers are preparing ]land young; folks]), enjoyed a party at wards.T. .
Y months at least not be too long delayed because should be taken them. for .
Csr, Within the ]last few soluble at once against watermelons. Strawberries and the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Ca- L. Willis moved his family to
the
from rains much of
rt ;t .' + four requests have come in for information cause Lead or calcium arsenate' or paris all truck crops are doing well. Thereare son Monday night. Music and danc- Midway last week.
j is
food leach if there no
plant to out
' concerning MM mack Widow green is sure death to these pests. more backyard gardens in our ing were the chief amusements of the Mrs. W. M. Harrell was a businei 1
+ {to + is a a spider and the remr.1yfor its bite. available] growing: crop tu take up the Put 1 pound lead arnena'i into 50 gal county this year than ]last. ,, evening. All the young folks were visitor to Worthington\ Salurdiv

w a 4' This is the only dangeroui tv-p'der in plant food. reinforced by lons water; add from to 10 pounds present and spent a very pleasanttime. ] Claude) Crosby, of Drof.k..r.lU8! o
Farm be 1
i Florida] It Is small witn somewhat manure may caustic whale-oil or fit./, oil soap as a Marion-All packing houses are through here Tuesday en'out tcVorlhington.

/t{ ;: I long; legs for its size (about half an adding raw phosphate orbate" sticker and up reader'oil; "' ) a few min- running at full capacity. Our cream- I l
i mixed with
black with Lime should never be manure utes in order that lie and is
inch), Its color in jet a powder ery expected to begin operations

v' N t ., blight; scarlet spot 0the itnjcrside since a chemical reaction mixed tak..11place and soap will go into soh lion. Spray with about the first of the new year. BRADFORD It's a wise woman who praises the
two
when these are
n ;, and a few silver marMngs. The scar any good spraying machine, prefera- good qualities of her husband
of hour- much substance passes< off in the form bly Commercial Palm Keach-We organized Bradford, Dec. SO.-Mr. and Mrs. curlew'
let mark is of the iliapo t.n a power mal'/ilne. a new tally when she wants a new gown.
ii \i glasH] and makes os-ilMe: its I easy Of gases./: lime-sulphur 1 fallen to 60 gallon community council at Boca Ratonc H. C. Edwards, of Palatka spent the --

"t" { I II identification.\ Thousands and millions go to waste water; or flour juste, 2 pound flour ]last week. holidays here with Mr. Edwards' parents In the good old days it was the
because rod
on American farms every year Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards.
) The bite of this spider is very poi- boiled with 2 gallons' water and this that made the boys smart, but' G
/v t f"r I I'' sonous. It has been Known even to farmers fail to properly take mixture added tl'< 50 gallons spray so- Clay-Fifty boys and girls have !Mrs.' M. D. Harrell of LaCrosse i is modern youngster needs the '

{ .. t I cause! death. A typical] case is' that care of the animal manures of their j lution are goo: substitutes for soapas been enrolled in the pig.corn, potato visiting her parents here this week. tance. no ass;.
!}' which by a physician u ) farms. They fail to realize, it seems, a sticker ana spreader. and poultry clubs for next year. Mrs Cecil Cook and ]little son, Earl] I P
was
1 \ p ;1.? reported that herein lies one of the greatest Lead ium of Tort White are visiting at the homeof IL
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j// l few weeks ago: "At iist the patient I or en arsenate may be A fellow blew into our office the
: !1 r'"fr dil'not feel much pain, but in the\ assets of their farms. used as a dust i If applied when the Duval-Good quality farm productsnever Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell for a I other day and reeled off a rambling
the pain br I cabbage are wet with dew rain. It go begging in Jacksonville. The few days.C. .
; course of an hour pr t\vo or discourse on the subject of i
} I ' '.!', ,. and th- patient r lilt\l CURING MEAT AT HOME is well to use equal amounts of cheap complainer of poor markets here has .. W. Barry of Jacksonville, is I nothing
I' came very severe 'a"jI' He was speaking of the heart of a
in danger of his life for several flour or an-slaked] lime as a filler. poor quality wares. spending the holidays here with rela-
; .'. coquette.
b .I'I :!, ,-t It was a week ,before ho entirely re How to Retain Original Flavor; How Some persons' fear using arsenical tives.Messrs.
tt 1, t',1.+:; I covered. There were cxtrme muscular to Prevent Souring compounds on cabbage because of the Brevard-To date more than 300 J. C. Cone and P. M. Barefoot :l ti -

i contractions particularly in the supposed danger to the consumer. A boxes of Christmas fruits have been of firooker, were visitors at the
i : packed and shipped under directionof home of J. V. Edwards COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
? abdominal] region." Many farmers have difficulty in curing prominent'/ entomologist has estimated Monday IIf-1 I
rh4 t ,t i i'' ''.. I The four patients who were !brought meat and at the name time in retaining thai it would be necessary for one the county agent. ternoon. a Full Line of

,, : .J ": : : to our attention during the past year' its original] flavor. Even more to cat H dozen heads of cabbage; to get W M.\ Andreu, of Jacksonville>, is l/ni/erfa&er Supplies i

\:' were !bitten in outdoor closets, which have difficulty in preventing; the souring enough poison to produce death. However Taylor-Farmers are breaking their visiting his parents here this week

yry t "' ''a:"ty i I' is undoubtedly the most frequented \ of the meat close to the bone in if one fears the poison, stop applying lands for spring crops. Miss Georgia Edwards spent Xmas AUTOMOBILE HEARSE as\

d .; \' ; of these spider hams and shoulders. A simple method it two weeks before the cabbar" with Miss Clara Cone of Brooker. Always on hand. The best service ;

I''' 'J" I ;ty1 place The remedy for the !bite of this spider of dry curing, by which much of will be eaten. A good rain will I'utnam-Tu.sday I visited Crescent Wade Harrell] and family attendedthe at the lowest prices. Special 1,1 1

CJ t ', lr; if." I I1'1t fi : is potassium permanganate Ap- thin trouble can be avoided, is ht'reIliv..n. wash practically all the poison off. City and culled two flocks of show at the state farm Saturday attention to telegraph- orers. -

*: ..t I i 't. -.4l. externally find internally. The cabbage head is not formed by poultry. night Registered Embalmer '\,
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i '' U common fear of people for spi After the meat has thoroughly the folding up of the ]leaves as is sometimes J. V. Edwards was a business visi-

ders is unjustified, as the bite of most cooled and all animal heat has passed assumed, but entirely by internal induced Manatee-Many farmers their have been tor to Brooker Saturday. DeWTIT C. JONES'
/ to disinfect tomato seed
of them I ifno more serious than the out and the meat has been cut un', ] growth. Therefore, the poison will Misses Ruby and Elma Edwards STARKE, FLA "

J- j ( sting of a bee or the bite of a mos place each piece skin side down on "i 'not become incorporated into the interior against diseases.taken Prompt precautions and, brother, Ercelle, attended the e,,,,)I'If {JIf'W.IJJdlf' lIII'JU'Imllmft1Wl'Ja; > f
quito. That is particularly true of clean) bleached. muslin or flour sack of the head, but will always ho are being to stamp out an epidemic Christmas free at Brooker !Saturday'; fI I "l
\ of hog cholera.SJ. No Worms in a Healthy Child :i r.,
right.
.p those large spiders often found on covered 1 with newspapers Rub into on the outside leaves. These are removed -

, the walls of houses. Most spiders arc j I I the meat us much as it will take of a I before the cabbage is rooked. .. Johns-This week I talked to Malcolm Harrell, who is attending altliycolur Ail children, which troubled indicate with Worms poor blood have aud an u t'', "i r

r..lu.tnnt to bite. Only by teasing/! mixture of sugar salt and peppers! Nothing is to be feared by sprayingor eight civic and educational school ILl Fort White, is spending the rule there la more. or less stomach disturbance I IlI

n 4 RI.v. .. to JITI. extreme degree can they be in- prepared as follows: Mix thoroughly I dusting cabbage with arsenical Enrolled f>0 club members In gatherings the corn, holidays with his parents here. larly
kt iliiced to bite. Furthermore! they cnn 1 1 teacupful granulated sugar 2 tea I preparations. Much is to be gained. Irish and sweet clubs. Quito a crowd l attended the cane Improve the digestion,and act as a Rcneral Strocjttnenittfl .. }..
I potato grinding at the home of J. V. Tonic to the whole ayatero. Nature will the.. );
cupfuls salt, 2 tablespoonfnla black Ed-I
to such slight ex-1 ki'r
open their jaws a j ? I II thniwoff dispel the worrn.,and the. Child will,beIn I"
5't, I ,-r\ tent that they cannot get: a hold on a |I I pepper' 1 tablespoonful canne pep ', BREAK LAND "FOIL TilE SPRING;; Dude-A survey of the county thlwl..k wards Monday night. iwrfect lie a 1th. Pleasant to take... 75c per buute .'

y .-'t,'( person ekcept) in particular places, per., (This is amounts for a 15-pound j CROPS: IN WINTER indicates the heaviest acreage of 10I

Ir I N ,'j iyyp i: nu 'h as the skin between I the fingers! ha in.) I Ii tomatoes ever planted] in this section. .. .
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1 't1 ,: house spiders, are beneficial, in that fold the papers and cloth around the i I crop during the winter months, is advice 12,000. I ;:
t 4'' b ;. they catch myriads! of mosquitoes, meat, being careful thut no part is sent forth from the College of rr ;

} :r;,?' flies, cockroaches and other! pests. left exposed." Then hung in a cool, I I Agriculture I / University of Florida.] iAiroitiHaiford > UlL ,JIIfP

k, The black widow is the only dan- dry place. I I I I When one realizes how few farmers I .... Ii
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1 porous spider in Flotilla and one easily The advantage of this method is follow this practice, it is easy to see Dec :30.-Mrs. S. A. Whiteof '

i r recognized.\ It is found over most the meat holds its original flavor. This'I(|'I its importance. The habit of waitingtill Jacksonville, was ,"Isltinher! I ''I'II 'II'

of both North and South America method, however, should not be undertaken just before planting to prepare granddaughter, Mrs.\ W. II. Andrews, ,'
t Close lelatives are found in Europe unless the weather is cool. the land Is old 1 and unwise. Wednesday and Thursday. I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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a4! and Asia. :**&q? It is difficult to prevent souring of There should be enough time be- W. II. Andrews was a visitor to

-t l big heavy hams close to the bone especially tween breaking and planting for the Starke Wednesday. II III

f'l' CAniNG FOR FARM MANURES" during warm weather. If the soil] to become settled/ enough to permit Miss Wilma Andrews, who attends 'I

; curing material can be brought into ready germination of seed. After school at Lake Butler was visiting

.1 On farms where there are livestock direct contact with this interior part, I|I breaking the soil, there' is much air relatives and friend! here ]lust week I

Y t -and most farms should have live- it is not BO difficult. Some advocate 11 j: space which prevents capillarity, the Mrs.\ W. M. Graham of South Jacksonville

hK'k-lt is possible to eliminate IIf taking the bone out. This makes it I circulation of moisture through the spent several] days here last

I. f f great deal of the fertilizer .bill For possible to reach the interior with the (, soil. If seed arc planted while the soil week visiting her parents, Mi. and Ilm t .

t'' t the manure from the animals, if taken I seasoning.. However most people | is ]loo/e and before moisture can circulate Mrs. A. D. Andrews. S 1 V

I 'I" '. r t rare of, is rich in those elements prefer to retain the bone. To do this many of them fail to come up. L. C. White, recently f'OIIRotter. e v I 1' tp 7I II hk
W
I ', n. which make plants grow and produce i and, at the same time, prevent sour-j I In most cases if the soil is not too dam, Holland, was visiting his sister, n a ,

"'t I t. r: J 1 food for man and beast. ,I ing, it is necessary to inject the curing I J wet it is well to subsoil.' Have the Mrs. W. II. Andrews, several days of

..I I ,. .N DifTetent farmers have different i, material into the interior. Use a I II subsoil plow follow behind the soil last week. ,

l r /I ways and means of tUirinj.for\ their I hypodermic) syringe and a solution of1 I II plow in order that the subsoil is not Earl Whitten and Clarence Ritch

I ,t'.' barnyard manures, but suffice it to say i I weak brine and saltpeter A very brought to the surface. were visitors to Starke Thursday af- I II II II
i Rr -do not ]let it become exposed/ toy strong needle is necessary. I What is the value of subsoiling It ;ernoon. II

", the rain nor the sun; if possible, keep j| For more detailed information on breaks up and loosens the earth to a Mrs. W. M Whitten and daughter, II I

5)s II'. ; \ i meat curing, write to the College of +i[ greater depth than it is ordinarily Perla left Friday for St. Augustine, I yVA '

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t i it I ask fur Extension Bulletin 11, of advantages. The roots of the with Mrs. Whittcn's daughter, Mrs.J. .

plants can grow deeper and thus secure It. Denmark.

<1t WIMI.R- :MANAGEMENT OP THE': a better foothold and, come in Mr and Mrs. D. C. Lennon and rhil-!

STKAWIlEKRinS contact with mote plant food. Hardpans dten, of South Florida are visiting

',tI-" ,. are broken which permits the relatives and friends here this week. I

',...' Constant cure from netting to pick- drainage, of excess water from the Miss Mildred Whitehead of Jacksonville I
; -f lug i : is the demand of strawberries. surface and on the other hand permits Is visiting her sister, Mrs.

l lt : 1 Under ordinary circumstances it is water to rise from! below by cap D.[ D. Andrews, this week. I Sound !

about time for the Florida strawberrygrower illarity in dry seasons The Christmas tree given; by the nvesmenty

t to make a second application One danger of breaking the land school here last Friday night! proveda I

t \ Instant Relief from Scald. of fertilizer. One good plan is to, apply ahead of time should be pointed out decidde success. The house was I
: y t 4 i about a third of the total fertilizer here As the plant food of turned- can you spend $355 '
Burns, Cuts Wounds etc.: WHERE
I'; before the plants are set, a third under vegetable matter decays and is CALOMEL !MAY TURN I
t Contain No A/ .."o'. Arldi or "."...r. I' I motor transportation where
t' s when the plants are beginning to your dollar will go as far as in the

I IT SOOTHESPainful bloom. On average ]und 1800() poundsof ASPIRINName Next Done You Take May Salivate I purchase of a Ford Touring car? "
injuries often result from commercial fertilizer to the acre and Start a World of Trouble ,
Accidents., Mustang Liniment kept y..
is not\ excessive.In
always at hand is cheapest and beat
i insurance.!. Made of purest oils,, it working fertilizer in at this season GenuineTake Calomel is mercury; quicksilver. It The initial outlay and the after ex- kw

r?'+ penetrates quickly, soothing and care should be taken not to get/: "Bayer" on crashes !into H<>ur bile like dynamite, : pense are so small that your Ford
healing the affected parts. it too close\ to the tender feeding cramping and sickening you. Calomel ] !
Rv. A. S. SinRI lnn. Txnvllle.'l Touring car will pay for itself many I Ii +
'l f" Says V'a,-"1 liiwc utwd your Menltan, roots of the plants. It should be worked attacks the bones and should never
'I Muutunu I.Inlnmit for :JO) yrara in carefully around the plants witha be put into your system. i times over whether used as a family
txst temttly in cuw ul ,
i and find It the I vrry
t cut, a bum, a -j fiut. lmo t any light working tool, being particularnot If you feel bilious headachy, constipated car for pleasure for business i
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p 1 ailmvnt. ."UI that 1 think cnn It be cured* Important by a limmrnt.Jn rub it to break off the roots of_the plant. and all knocked out just go I
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well Into the pores end. ..repeal the operationat Good cultivation should be kept up to your druggist and get a bottle of purposes or both. I
mtervalai I
j I frequent during\ the winter and this cultivation Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents
i <" 2Sc TRIAL BOTTLEr.rMf. II
a- ,. FREE WITH b.... ".Pu..T..k." should be very shallow. It is not desirable which is a harmless' vegetable sub I The sooner :
J >" TOh1DW6. -rue. Ihluluu./lint,' l."tlnlawwrlmld words ani.Nbe, to hasten the growth in winter stitute for dangerous calomel. Takea you place your order,
Trha
r KI .,, .oln.'n..roc..,....nd.....1..11.1". "..1..I..J1I start i the sooner you will be enjoying
doesn't
e jnt, Lyon M'.. Co.: .41 tM.lea a6. Ilklllll, N. by the excessive use of nitrate of A pirln only as told in..h package spoonful and If it your your
; 25c SOc $1.00 soda or any quick acting ammonia at genuine, Ilayor Tablet of Aspirin. liver and straighten you up better i Ford car. Terms can be arranged.J. .
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fertilizer but i Then will be following the difOl'tloneI.nd than calomel and
'f ,. {4" '. anything that can be you and quicker nasty
;: Sold by Drug and General Stores done to witha ( dosage worked out by physician' without sick, Justgo I
give a good strong plant during 21 ,, and proved we million making you you
"' .', / "I*. Cool OU Standby Since 1818"p large bearing surface will increase J *. Take yoaja no chancre with iiitmtitutM.. by back and get your money. '

MEXICAN the amount of fruit. If you see the Payer Gross on tablet, Don't take calomel! It makes you 'II W. Andrews, Jr. Dealer
,, yoj them without four for ,
p .( It is important that good drainagebe olds otin, H..laclle.l'l\uralia.take ,: Rheumatism, sick the next day; It lose you a day'swork. STARKE FLORIDA I ,

.l, provided for strawberry beds, for I ]')nra.di..., Toottux-ho. Lumbago and for Dod on'B Liver Tone straightens I i I
11 a they will not do well if land Is wet. 11tin.; Ilamly tin boxes of twelve talili-t you right up and you feel great. I ,
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I It cost few cents nniMUU also tell largerjwirkrmi'H salts Give it to the
two three No
111., only requires or days to necessary.
' A"pirin ia the trade mark of
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:" injure a Crop should it be Kept too leaver !Mnnitfni'turr of Monoiuieticiu'idof children because it is perfectly harm-

wet, particularly following heavy eater; Kalicjlicaoid.. less and cannot salivate.-Adv-04 -
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rRIDAH.DECEMIiEU. 30. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY\TELEGRAPn.\ STARhE. FUMUUA _PACE SEVEN
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zirrZiff I Frank Beville, Micanopy, spenti SAMPSON CITY \* ': sick list. I I I I Jaiknonville, where she will visit relatives since would have to be operated on. i

i Thursday and Friday with his parents J. JT. Adkins."'81 in New River on I for several days Ho said he couldn't heal it but could y

held attkhurch I Mr. and Mrs. John Beville. Sampson City, Pec. 30.-MiSSlis { SUIIIII! )'. Jit-Burn. James Shepard and Chns. change the growth of it, but the Lord

[ Dtc! 30.Service mid were Sunday bye j Mrs. Chesley FOKB and children Mamie Hall, Edith Sloan and Vnnn'. George Rivers was visitor to New Shepard, <.f Staike and Milliard respectively operated on it and it is gone.-Cor. to

Saturday tj.ont Tuesday with her other at Williams made a business trip to the j River Monday. , wereisitors! here Monday Live Oak Democrat
regular pastor, Rev J. II. Kelly.Vernon I Waldo.Messrs.. county scat Monday. .+ E. A. and G. W. Sapp were nttvndhe !- .
| Hunter, of Lake City, spent Sloan is to business in Starke last
Miss Ethic IIpndintile Tuvs- .
/ G.V. Parker, Jr. who
rood judgment
\ und Lord of People
holidays here with his aunt Mrs. I Frank Beville Robbie \ 111I Roy possess
4 Thomas.jMiBB I Uin and 1'rcf. Revels were business holidays with her grandmother nt dur.Kev. Jacksonville, spent Christmas" here all arc able to recognize the same quality
cry Louise. I Williams of Starke wil1l'rl'ach I the guests J of G. W. Parker In others.
of Avon Park visitors to the county seat Thursday. Rr.
Ora ,
( JIurgrave I Miss Edith Sloan spent )part of last at lane Bridge Saturday and Sunday R. W. Vautchn was a buHinet.:
Eddy of Wai Jo visi- visi
H spending a few days here, guest of Hairy was a
invited.P.II tom to
week at Louise. nvors'ono Jacksonville
: Miss Starling.a1csera. t( r here FYiday. Saturday Lost but not mourned-.1921.
friend Avy
tr Nabb and Williams New Saturday
Messrs. Dogan Lynk Cr\\'s''I\'lIl1ln River Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie
Jay Moody of New River, was :a \ Gnfus, of Mil,,-
Violas Reynolds, Ilarley of Hawthorne Friday afternoon vale 4t
spent) visited! relatives] here
visitor here rolls in it
Thursday. Sunday II | Every time a new year
Yarborough of Gram
and Edd -
omits at Starke. Little Barrel! Snpp was a visitor to
attended church at Rock Sundll)'. Irving and Lee Dyal spent Fridayin : Hogan Smith was a visitor to the New River Saturday. I{ Christmas, day F. M. Crews nnd family rgurstroll out again. '
Those 'who spent Sunday at thee Starkc on business entertained' Mr. and :'11'''. Itulx-tti i
county seat Friday.Mr.
of S. L. Prescott were, Mrs. EI- I Green Cail of Louise, was here on and Mrs. M. B. Harris are ri\i: MILE I and L. Crews Mr and and Mrs.children of i Hampton, !\ Hang intn your patience That !is
J. O. McCormkk one IIOHHCSKIUM of which no one cares
IfHarirraves and children Lloyd and bi.ni6S; Friday. spending the holidays with Mr. and and children ,:
of
Wildwood. to
rub -
byof Avon Park, Mr. and Mrs. itu- Jlei.srtt. Ray McKinney Percy and you. 1
Mrs. I. T. Thomas at Cooter Pond.
I
Mve Mile, Dec. oO.) Uncle Henry
Everett
Johnson and children of Graham, I Carl Jones were business visitors to Mrs. Eric Roberts of Alachua, I Vaughn, of Metropolis, 111.,
B. Ellen Padgett and daughter, lu- Waldo Friday. passed through here enroutc to NewRiver. Dowling, of Luke Butler, spent lustweek arrived Monday for a visit with his I Got n avouch tmlu> Bring it downtown ,

j |ia, Ora IIargruveB and Carl Cros- here with datives and friends.Mr. brother R. W. Vaughn. :, and! lose it among!: the new year
Mrs. Ella and .
Hargraves children *
' and Mrs I P. Dcklo were shopping L. A. Marr, of smile Vmir wife will .
I Luwtey, transacting
of Avon Park Hattie and Willie was nut object. !;
; AI'a. Carl and Ruby of Ft. Meude, Kirby. Smith, of Hawthorne, madea in Lake Butler Friday : business here Tuesday I' w
H, of Gainesville Alva Thomas. spent) I he holidays with Mr. and Mrs. business call here Wednesday Ardell Drawdy Math Dukes Mr.\
Butler Carter of West the
Jacksonville Pity spoiled child H
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IT. and Mrs. Wallace Thitrpen anilghter i Uufua Johnson. Lnk Williams of Hawthorne Is I , not responsible -
1 and !Mrs. D. I. Blumo and R. E.' 1'nrrih wall a visitor here TlII'4"" '. for its >urei\tn. '
Mildred of Graham spent ( Mrs. Sparks, Edgar, Oliver and spending the holidays with his mother were bUl'inl'sll"Illitors to Luke I | .
4 week-end with her mother Mrs. Grade, of Mounteocha were visitors Mrs. J. Hall.! Butler Friday -- I -- - --
. US:: AND TILE I loitlt NO1KC: (IF INI'''M ION 1<> AI'I'I.Y Hilt
pen. liero Friday. S. I. Long, of Tifton Ga., spent) a R. n. Page, of Vero, arrived Fri- I ('lu.nIUtI.I u,

Ik ank Reynolds, of Graham, spent Mrr. Jesse Cain, of Louise, wad a few days here! last week with friends. day and will spend some time 1 here, A holiness meeting- close! ,, I I nn ,tho ntitlrn ash In flu nln',if" .iHiiunry.tlml (In1 iindfritlpnftitwill A. .H. lirl.itinkr \ '
III I 1.11I.
'day here visiting friends. business! visitor here Friday Mrs! Blanche Robertson made a bus- guest pf his sister Mrs. D. I. Blumo. ; ni'lirntlnn trt (I, 1 lnl" iHli|1" A V. Ia+n..
caster Sunday night. The crowdeii' .luiliir' of the Circuit rourt of II do Kliilith: ) Juilitunt -
|r. and Mrs. J. W. Eddy of Ilamp- I MICROS' Erne Edmondson and HTieI ness trip to Starke last week Mrs. Douglass and children of Ft.. Clrruit of the "tnl" nf I lurlda.' . fur a
but the Lord ,
attended church lit Rock Satur- I Sloan, of Sampson were visitors here Mr. and Mrs. Newn Thomas were White, spent Christmas with her sister I j very largo ceiijimKblessed. : ilmrKr KtnrKirii.rliU.Ilionriwimtlnii. thr I l'l..t I llniillnt Clmrchi Air
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) Only a few were nt dohouse 1.
t ,i and Sunday. Friday! visitors to Starkc Saturday Mrs. II. L. Duke.J. . 1'lir rlniritfU and tilij.. .
    k I of K. G. Newman Satunl t >r I .'I xlion In til \iinittuitti Ilio wonliil* ..I .:
    Christmas tree for the children I 1\1<>ssrs. Frank Jones and Sol Thomas M. Dukes, Ardell l Mr. .
    Ocr school closed Friday after a Drawdy, night at the service. Only four Insides a.l: : and inn!ruction in lit** (lirlullnn rrlttflnn. -
    '; i i given at the home of T. D. Pynlnrdny successful term of four months taughtby made a business trip to Graham and Mrs. B. L. Duke, :Mrs.! Douglass, tho i-himtiun people and then .w.I IT..1..I ii n "niniti'Kin,.,',rttinK to tit*(to"anlwrnmrul nrtlrliw nf of fnltli.Itii farm loont i

    if night. Prof. Percy Revels of: Florahorn1, Friday.A. 1 Misses 1 Annie Douglass! and Mae Duke , < ." .anor.. Unit tt...mliii, of tlm Huiitint d...
    was u good meeting Some, danced .
    >" "in n I in the Untied Blntm of Aincrlr
    II. Howard of Gainesville! was V. Varnes and daughter attended the tent services 111.1. . :
    :[1'1. Mamie Bellie, of: Micanopy and Mira !gospel In some talked. in tongues but the best i I uMull. tmirtvitirv' Irxx.. hold Hud f
    ur section Monday Mrs. EquOla: Dixon of this place are visiting Mildred and Jim Varnes.Mr. Luke Butler Sunday evening.B. 0011".v., i.. iititrh. n..1 mul. |tri.oiuil imipprty
    of all was when God manifested Illspower onl ii n\ !I.> 11./ for a rliurrh. ehurrhyard
    hose attending the social ot the Miss Ruth Smith, who is tenchi'ij; and Mrs. Hogan Smith spent L Duke and son, Dana F. R. through Sister Daniels, the in..l.. i'h' i..n \Him \u, ...1.1 fur. a |H>rlud ofnlnrly..n
    ' 'e of S. L. Prescott Saturday Sunday at Hawthorne with Mr. and Drawdy and Cecil HI-H und to make liy.Uwii. and.
    it eve- the Dowling school near Raifcrd WR sons, Drew and preacher, and she, handled fire. She to rli were Misses Ora Har raves, of the holiday guest of her praentu. Mr. Mrs R. H. Smith. Marvin, were shopping. In Lake Butler first the i r...l.' ,. lor which odd cod(....
    look the flue ofT of the lamp .
    w Park, Hattie and Willie I'ons, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hunt Sundry Saturday. hull CKIMVt
    Smith. spent
    and Mrs. Charley I held it u little while and laid It on I I' W. 4'ItiKa: Rlmliv. FlorliU.I .
    Jaincnville Atha and Opal lewis, Messrs. Jesse and Harvin Ogden I at Hampton with Mr. and :Mrs! Mr. and Mrs. Davill.IiR8l8! Marshall .. (' I ,,IW |411.1.: sturki, rlorlilK..
    ' the dresser then picked up the lamp l'Eftl" l 1n i\ |-.u HUrkr. hirliU.'
    a, Tommie and Alva Thomas, were business visitors to the county P. B. Hunt. Proctor unit Charlotte Savage'I H. O. W.M\\.1.I -turki. IM.irl.l.i' .
    and carried! it nil over the house with U
    rs. Vernon Hunter, of Lake City seat Saturday.Miss Mrs.V.:! C. Hunt and Edith Sloan and Walter Ravage were guests of I J. I"'. hit I '10'.1'11.1 XlHrkr. !InrkU.
    her lingers!: in the flume. She turned T, N UMIlMU.il "Inrk,'. 1 li.rlilii 'N
    }c oy Wasdin, of Graham Carl Cros- Leta Fogg, who is attending I spent Saturday with Mrs. Frank Hicksof Mr. and !Mrs. "'. P. Dekle Thursday.Mrs. the lamp side down und 1 sideways, J. 1. JUIi.ll'siurk: ,,, I'lorulnII1D8 .

    Avon Park Purvis Lewis Dock |; School at Alachua, spent the holidayswith Hampton. Murphy and family were the and straight up tip, but kept ]
    every way
    k nas find Rufus Prescott ; her parents.Mr. I Rev. D. Crews, of New River filled guests of Mrs. L. G. Johnson :Sunday.Mr. ;; \NS1KIIliiruby !' : >

    R8 Avy Starling attended the en- Dixon of Itlackshenr, Ga., ij his regular appointment here Sunday, and !Mrs P. P. Dekle spent Sun- fia her III i inment and Christmas tree atm visiting his sister, Mrs. Kquilla Dix- I Misses Edith Brown and Viola Starling day with !Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Illume. and IH.I bldili-r tint eouuU( .,,...,M h'> ,.I .Itmilforil .- ,Ill
    .
    in her hand for blisters but found! Cunty: Florida niinii I. I I",1"\ for airnda .
    ,lp Friday night. on. of Graham, attended church hero The Christmas tree at the homo l of I' ( No. 1 and Urail Nu. uul, Hi ouuntrfiliynlrlan

    |br school will start Monday after Jlrs. Elva' Lee Abernathy, of Mooro Sunday* Mr. and !Mrs. P. P. Dekle) Sutuidnyevening not there a sign of real one.good ANn meeting.Sunday Nearly night j lu cutntimift. to for k
    ek's vacation during the holi- haven is spending the week with Mrs !Miss Eunice McKinney of Long was greatly enjoyed by those was u .l fur1..." fatlliful, \ twrformann. ..f tl,, con.trnrt .
    while
    I all\ the member' h'sllf'lnll'l fur li'aaltm ouch oonvieta
    Debby Surrency. Bridge, attended church here Sunday.Mr. I j>resent. i ''lhl IVcnmlior. ft, 1921.J. .
    the fell\ them and talked I
    on they .
    essrs. John Shaw, of LaCrosse, :Messrs. Chesley Fogg and Truby j I and Mrs. T. C. Thomas and Roland Thomas was the guest of in power tongues. S. J. Agner's was Hoard Countr M.CommlMiuiH RROw'Nl.ElCh.lrman. .IN: for

    Thomas and Purvis Lewis, ')yal spent Friday at Worthington (children of Palatka, spent the hulldays \- |i 1'. P. Dekle !Monday.Mr. healed of n ptyriglm which Dr.eye 11. M. Attmt llradford: County. 1'lurlda. 1
    ;
    oa Rhoda, Lomie and Alva Thom- lfrA.ViIlie Price and Robert of with Mrx John Hall. and Mrs. W. T. I'arrish Spent II W. ALDERMAN. -
    , ftttended the party at the home of Kin, sland, Ga., are visiting relative Volley McKinney of Gainesville, I'' the holidays with her parents, Mr Strickland told him only a few days' Clerk and Auilllor. J8.J3tl.. JO

    Nr' son Thomas of Cooter Pond Mon- and friends. spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and !Mrs. 1)). J. O. Green. --- I

    night. Leo Byrd of Jacksonville/ spent the ; and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney I I Mrs. Tom Hendricks spent Chrixt-

    holidays with his parents, Mr. and : Ernest McKinney made a business man with his mother, Mrs. i). Dyal.

    il'' GRAHAM; Mrs. D. J. Byrd.B'ib trip to Starke Christmas day. I Jesse Gainey left lust week for Or- Forason.

    4 Rurrency was a business caller\ i !Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney, of lando.Itir..

    sl; ,''jhihum, Dec. 30.-Messrs. Lewishews Ic Hampton Satuiday. : Graham, attended church hero Sun. Wilson and son, William, visit'

    and Joe Durchell were busi- | Misses Viola Starling and Edith,! day. I[:' ('d relatives here lust week, returningto ",

    t [ visitors to Waldo Monday. j Brown spent Sunday with relatives at 1 Miss Eva Jones of Gainesville is ,' Orlando Thursday. They weru u< TKA.CTOR

    'r jimmy Thomas, of Waldo, has pur- Sampson.Mr. spending a few days with her mother, :'compunied I !home by Mrs. Tommy Wnitcis \

    d I the J. r Barry place two miles und Mrs. Dan Warren and children !- Mrs. Sara Jones.M. I I who will Spend, Homo limn therewith / V

    ib i of here and has moved his fam- of Nassau, spent Christmas with Wiggins, Enda Juanita and! J. i relatives und friends(
    ,
    13 here. j Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. B. Smith, of Gainesville, are spending\ !I A l'h.1Ihawdy\ Seeber Stokes, andMiIIM M

    ' and Mrs Arthur Barry, of | Mr. nnc] Mrs. Tommy Wasdin and the holidays here, guests' of Mrs S. ,, 'x Mao Duke) Hattie and Rosetta ru y ,

    mpa, spent Monday and Tuesday ,j children, of: Waldo, Mr. and, Mrs. Truman | E. J OIll'S. I Dukcp attended n cane grinding nt the

    [ th relatives at New River. | Dyul) and,! children, of Ziff Rev.I IBcrrynn )DockVarie'n, of Sin'ke, spent/ Sunday ':''home of Mr. mill Mrs. P. P. DekliTuemliiy -

    i ,wls Matthewt. und family have Dyal and wife, of Sampson i I here with lehitlves. j I evening.(
    ed to Waldoieadames I the homo of Mr. and j Lob: Warren of In here Conner
    v spent Sunday nt I Pultitka on IVrry and son, Corbel. t.
    Yf' John Lovelace, J. C. Bar- I Mrs. O. W. Dyul. a visit were buxincss visitors here Satur II I

    $} rfind(. Arthur and Jesse Byrd left 1 I{ ado and Mrs. Walter Rdmomlion, I' day. II I

    ?' dnesduy for Tampa and l family spent Sunday, with her LONG: BUII IIJ.: : I Mrs. If. Long and 1 children motored

    Biggs! of Starkc made a busi- ,' patents !Mr. and !Mrs. Alfred McKin: to Lake Butler Friday afternoon, II I t

    e BBjtrlp j here Tuesday and I WednesDyal | Long Bridge, 11l'(. :30.-!Mr. and I Mr. Howard la visiting his laughter y i

    YY ney.Edgar Sparks and sitter, Grace, ofMounteocha Mrs. David Shuw and daughter Io- Mts. II. S. Long. rr I r%

    : :w. and Lee Dyal were busi-j i attended. Sunday school rene, of LaCrosse spent tho holidays Torn DulioHC) ) and family of Avon I ----- ,
    (visitors here with the lutter's parents Mr. and Mrs. I
    to Sampson Tuesday. I Sunday.Odell Park spent! the holidays here with $625F.
    hn Starting of Sampson, spent Abernathy: spent the holidays H. O. Rivers. Mr. mid Mrs. Davis. YesIVemore a

    ny and Wednesday with Mr. nnd I with his sister Mrs Bobby Surrency.IVrmnn Mr. und! Mrs. Claude Brown and i,I Aunt Creasy" Roberts has returned 0.11. D.lrut k

    1 ;Ed Parrish.jpssrs. Roberts, of Tallahassee, Is son, of Dasher' Ga., spent the weekend I i home' from nn extended visit with relatives --

    Chesley Foprp and Truby j I visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs C. 1 here with relatives and friends j in tho southern portion of the :
    rt ..Y Were business visitors to New B. Roberta. If. O. Rivers and J. E. Adkins mo !utatc.Fred.

    v,' Lake Duller! and BrooKer TuesI I Junior Christian Endeavor will Cored to SUuke Saturday.Mrs. I Bielling and Leroy Micelle\ 1 lisiefbrMyself .

    I meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clo'k.1) C. A. Johns spent the holidays visited lends here lust week.

    3 itle Eugene McKinney Is on the Sundoy school every Sunday at 3[ i j, in Sttitkr' guest of relatives and jlL

    \, [1st this week. i o'clock.\ Everybody invited. iF friends.Mr. HIGHLAND
    and Mrs. 11. It. Hunt and son,
    Suicea
    t
    of Mulberry anent the week-end here Highland, Dec 30.-Miss Major" +6, f t I
    [I'with' relatives and friends. Crews was shopping In Starkc last S
    I
    I Mrs. Era Roberts spent' the weekend 7'hursday. GtFordson"

    guest of grandparents, Mr. Everett Bennett wan a business visitor -
    |Loss of Pep 'and :Mrs.! B. J. Sapp. to Jacksonville Thursday

    I, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Shirley of Miami nre O. II. Darker spent Tuesday and

    tor guests of their daughter, Mrs. Hollar Wednesday at Meredith looking lifter

    Rapp. business Interests.

    Lloyd Clark was attending to business H. C. Wimherly Jr., returned Wednesday I Tbl Forrlsoa Tractor in taking much of the"I

    I in New River Monday. from a visit with relatives at cl'L/"ryvutoffarmliff'i! /!: ; It is solving the labor
    do not realize that a cord" Donald Adkins and George Rivers Madison I I proW-'m; it n reducing the cost of preparing ,
    Motorists
    iany l
    often were visitors to Luke Butler lust Sun I W. J .Dohannan Mact-lcnny! .Ii/ii! land by almost one half of what it was with avi
    carburetor is
    r ed or dirty was / ....
    I day. : h. find it third
    t a vlstior here Thursday. Ui; it saving one to one half
    ,r the cause of the loss of *'pep'sIn their 111 S. C. Crews was attending to business B. H. Ricks, of Canal Point, arrived i/1. of ,:'e farmer's time and making farm life

    I cars which annoys them so much. Yet i Donle in Starkc Rivers Friday.is spending a while I with Saturday his nieces to Mrs upend II. the C. Wimherly holidays' m'Ihy ro Fordson attractive will run your threshing machine rsII

    this is a very vital fart. nt New, River, guest of her sister, Mrs and Miss Ethel hicks II\II I -and,] at the most opportune time for you. It

    jy P S. Crews. I T. n. EnfrcbrcUon: returned to his I"", wu;; c-j/i-iaic the milking machines, aw your

    The carburetor is very delicate and must Onie Rivers spent Friday in New' home at Stuart Thursday after spending ,"I''f'' v/on'l, fill :your s.ilo. pump the water, and take
    River several I days hero rar' of very!! hind oJ belt work-

    'k'L be clean at all times and properly adjusted W M. Hodirea and daughters, Ivn and Mrs. E. Wilkinson, guest of Mr. Ti f i"I":I I fr.rl' c'c-n't fort,ct-it will!l plow six to eight

    "t otherwise your engine will not run and Minnie, of Starke were In this O II. Darker spent the week-end :;!; ucrrs in n ten hour day, handling two plows

    section Friday. I with his sister, Mrs. E. S. Carpenter, j t I'' I wit( : a (iar.Thi. :.
    u smoothly. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges were the In South Jacksonville. r : !I'I tlu! tau: A'ordbon is the ideal year-round trac-

    Carburetor work receives special attentionat I guests of Mrs. Rachel Tyson of New W. Max Wimberly spent' the weekend g ; 1'1 Ii I A tor. It will puy lor its fall und winter keep in
    River Saturday and Sunday. here! with his wa ".
    parents, Mr. and i tt1I', I,. many ?
    this It better service Dollar Sapp Is moving the Brooker Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, I leaving Monday : :
    garage means I !!, : : : ; :
    section
    for Mulberry for a few days visIt Fordrr'aar;f
    from and enjoyment for Tony Testone, of Pine Hill I I & <
    car greater and with friend '
    your before returning to ; f Or K i y< a n<- 'r, telephone or drop us a cardmid
    Adam Tyson (If New River, were in his homo In _"
    yourself. i Jacksonville. wu Wi'l: bring. ; them to you.
    lour section Monday. i Mrs. O W. Parker left Sunday fortL.vy !,,
    I.
    j L. L. Johns' of Pine Hill, was in ----- .... ,.
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    this section Tuesday. a . ... .. ..t...
    I TuceloM cMU TMtormujret I I .i
    i Mrs Rachel: Tyson passed, through vitality , -
    man gaunt l>r partfyte cud e A
    BATTERIES 'this section last week enroute to New 'L'liliiK' the bl<*xl. You.wn wwa foe tu Ptrwiai* -
    ,, EPAIRED River. "i .a r ivM' '''r>(.T .,11'l, l
    ,, EBUILT S Smith's i t Garage Mack Johns of New River was in V

    i this section Monday.
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    J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
    ECHARGED P. S. Crews of New River was In 666 ,

    STARKE FLORIDA this, -<-tion this week. AUTHORIZED
    Mrs. B. Sepp and Mrs. Everett

    New Clark' River were Monday.attending to business In fifinpe Will; break quicker a Cold than Fever unvthfncrwr and Ford andFordson Dealer

    know preventing, pneumonia
    If O. Rivers STARKE FLORIDA
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    "'I ; I BRADFORD ,COUNTY TELE GRAPJ1. flTARKE FLORIDA TKIDAR. DECEMBER 30, 1921.
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    :j fr j ; lj :'mlny's;;; creditor into further---- -lenient .- It is considered improbable thata -- 'INavlAL; STATrMKN'T FUNDS COUNTY SCHOOL! .

    : : BradfordCounty f Telcgrapli i l ; desire for money was the moths, Oo, ,y uperlnUndenf titan..... C

    o, I InOIiV, OP r.rt"WEIClWOUNG because those who bare! in automobiles No of,., ,ber..Dty im.nehool fund for the montn "of
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    j and entered as; I WHITE !MAN\ fOIINU NEAR JAKI do not, as a u- I thing, carry Oeneral !School! Fund I o}
    '. JI + Published! weekly Ha ce Nov. 1. lull _.__un___ 76.MR. !
    second class matter, at the pot I fat bankrolls with thorn. It is known, int. during month _,.._.._ __.4846.48 As expression of our appreciation of
    : Had liullrt Wound in fiead and Left however: that AllNon vn"J an auto i V rant hued ---_..-...._..____.4764,16 an
    4I' I t office at Slarke Flonda.iTs. I 17 anc, Dee. 1, 1921 _._.___ 169.10
    i Side of Face Crushed mobile. It W.,'" nif"i robaoy i a Ford -'. Pl.trlct Ae.1 i, your esteemed good will we wish to thank

    machine Wot Palm Beach ,lance Nov. 1. 1921 ___?__._.______ 29.40wcclpt
    1t .i : MATTHEWS Editor and Ownerti41W I I as :" DeL during month ____...._.-... 1.20 for patronage duringthe
    _ I >H'halled j parts> for' rush k car Allison )] iVarranta Inaued -a________. 17.90 you your very generous
    'i il Jacksonville Dec. 28.-The body oi'I mechanic Valance Dee 1. 1921 __.__ ___. 2.70Balance
    ' J white was just a ay trude, and nialdrt S.. S past year.
    l 1922 I Ii a young man, apparently 26 I
    i' of course he was not waking vhi'traveling. !< Nov. 1. 1921 __..._?___. 278.84 ''
    I pears of age, neatly dressed and witha KeeiilMa during month.v--___. 1.20
    i morning; In the bowl of bunch of keys bearing the It is improbable; that 1 1' W..r.nta taitied ___________.____._ 25,00 .
    For V:
    Awake! name had much money. Balance Dee. 1. 1921 ______________ 24V,64 A feeling of good fellowship accompanies -
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    I I M. Allison 200 Moeller I
    v firM street Columbus DiMrirt Ne. (
    ; i'' the!. stone that makes the 0. found Rut where i ill Allison's missing J. Balance Nov. 1, 1921 ____n_.??._.. 7.12 our transaction and we are making
    //t ; Has flung! was by a negroits! Receipt during month __ __ _. 277.00I every
    EEY BUr take flight' : yesterday at 1:30 p. m., about fifty tomubile? The car has vanished ci'npletcly I I Warranta fucued ..___- -T-n_?,.._?._., 809,98 the which
    '- '"' t ,. I And lo! the Hunter of the East has feet off the old Orange Park road, ? II i Overdraft Itee. Dintrlct 1. 1921 !_'i._.___.._. 2861 service paramount quality upon
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    '' i caught seven miles south of Jacksonville. The I This fact it is said dispels oar the- : Balance Nov. 1. 1921 ._______. 187.12 the foundation of our institution is built.
    I turret in a noose of light! Recelpta. during month _
    I Thu sultan's man had been murdered. ory and asserts another lie night'Warrant iasued ....____.::::: 8000
    u
    f. the Persian poet of old. There have been the victim of a rotter, orrobbers :i Balance Dec 1. 1921 ____ ___ 187.12 wishes for
    So fling was a bullet wound in his Di'lrlrt ".. f I With sincere good a prosperous -
    m 1 The quartrain may be interpreted Indifferent head, and the left side of his fare was lie may not have beer killed Balance Nov. 1. 1921 ..______ 148,85 f
    ways.Ve choose to make it i by any person who acted in It spirit Receipt during month .___._._. 1,SO new we are
    badly crushed.! The body was foundIn |! Warrant leaned _._- .... 2t> 00 year, ,
    y;' .,Y a theme in our well wishes to our a shallow hole carpeted with pine of revenge. |I' Balance Decal 1921 ====--_ 127.81: :

    } '+ friends end patrons for the New Year. boughs and been dead for some time According! to press dispatches received j Balance Nov. 1 Diet, 1921 drtN._.._. _1__.___ 162.891' Yours cordially
    iL t May their sorrows and troubles last night from Columbus, O., ftroelpta during month _..___._ I very ,
    / -probably several days. WarranU luued ___._____.__.__.. 1,00
    take flight as darkness on morn's ap The authorities confront. Allison, left his wife and two small ''Kalanc, D<... 1. 1921 _-" -__. 127.89
    I are again daughters in Columbus three I| Dbtrlet: Ne.' : 10 I
    proach. May the "hunter of the east months
    ed with a mysterious murder-the Balance Nor 1. 1921 .-.-..--..---,. 172.18 MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE'A.
    1 f on his fleet steed, throw around them ago lit search for work "s an automobile j i Keeclpta during month ...._.__ __.
    ,,1 r second to occur here within the past l I Warrant futied, .__......__.__... .... QO. tl
    the sunlight of joy and prosperity and five days. mechanic. j Balance Dee. 1. 1941.. .------. nUB :? J + JfcxySTARKE.
    1922 stand out in In with Elmer Bloom al.1 I| ni trlrt --i i
    may: glory in the company ,
    The found by Balance Nov. 1. 19X1 __._.__._____ 11292 i'
    hr memory of after years like "the sultan's body wn Margaret so of Columbus, it Is .aid he drove to'' 1I..ia.t. during month ..._____ FLA. '
    Moore a middle aged negress who Riviera West Beach Warrant luund ...-----------.. 4.60
    turret is near Palm in
    .J the sincere wish of lives Johnston. She hastened an Balance Dec 1. 1921 _____....__... 108,42DI.trl" I
    the Telegraph! near Camp automobile where, i' seems he had :, Ne. IS ,
    home and reported the matterto been The Balance Nov. 1. 1921 _.__._._... 265.64 I
    previously employed. disContinued -1 Receipt during month .. ..___._ '
    J i i"y J. L. Paul, a white man, residingat Warrant uiaued ..__..__-___ 11110
    " 4 The other day a bank teller in St. Camp Johnston. Mr. Paul telephoned ;:; I| Balance Dee. 1. 1921DUtrlet__________._?_ 24e." 4
    f> s Petersburg was "frozen" when he was ( Page 8)). Ne. If
    founty Detective Henry Lili- j Nov 1. 191 ___._.._.___ 6814 .
    "
    .', handed a $10,000 bill to change. It enthal and he together with Sheriff ,\Iltrerlpte during month ......_?_.. 1,60 ,
    I ' would not have affected editor that FINANCIAL BTATFWENT OP COUNTY I Warrant luufd. _...-.__._____.. 17,42 It
    I ? an Meintt and Deputy Carlisle. proceeded FUNDS Balance Dee. 1. 1921 _______.____.. 87.24Diatdrt
    ; ;/ way. lie would have mistaken the Monthly flnancf! itatrtnent of Bradford 1 N. )' _mmm<,xnm""rrnnr"'JfI''Wnt1''I''IIi" ' ''' '' IDID'n'D 1 i to the scene. The found the body County. for the month' of November 1921. i iCrnrral Balance Nov. 1. 1921 _._a___.____ 162
    bill for a stock certificate of a bogus 'without dimcult).. It was in a shallow : Fan j{I )Reeeipt' during month ....._....____ I
    ,' t, oil and written thundering Balance Nov. 1. '21 ------_._.____.8840,74 Warranit la>ued .._.__ .__...__. 22,80 .
    $ e ---
    company, a -
    ,l hole, which appeared to be an ex- RncelpU durinir month .._??....._ 811,87 Balance Dee. 1. 1921 .______.____ 8922 +
    //J'' editorial on the folly of spending cnvation from the removal of a tree Balance Warrant Dre.luucrf I 1921-- .=::=..-...::_ 650:OS I,I Dlntrirt Ne 17 Sam y
    .4002.08 Balance Nov. 1. 1921 _________. 1,86 Rosenberg
    ; ; ; money speculating in uncertainties. some time in the past. Freshly broken Fine and For/ritor Fund i Receipt during month ......_...... 7.80
    I Vyy Balance Nov. 1921 -._._..___-8176,06 : Warranta faftued -_.._..............
    pine boughs! were spread in the Rmlpti ildrlnr month -__??.___. 422.36 Balance Des 1. 1921 _______....... 9,45Olllrlet
    The last of the grand old Americans !bottom of the improvised PineLouhB Warrants laiurd .___.?.__??__.__. 481.50 N. IB I
    grave. Balance Dee 1, 1921 !66.7S .. .... '
    ' is fearless ------?? ?? Balance Nov. 1. 1921 7817
    , + gone. Henry Watterson, were also placed over the head Road FondBalance : R't'olnle'! during month _--.-...-......-.. ,
    t'i' of + 1 U fighter, journalist wise counsel of the victim. Undoubtedly the No 1. 1921 _._.__?.?_. 44,86 Warrant lowed ...............,... Cordially thanks the public for generous ..
    i'a i murderer KocctpU donna month .........?_.. 46.66 Balance Dee. 1. 1921 .._._ 78.17 '
    r. : no --- ---
    bar, Is more. Though rugged like or murderers took particular Warrant Uaucd ---_ T _. ,I Dlmriet N. It patronage during the year now closing,
    the maple on his native Kentucky of'the Balance V.c. 1. 1021 90.42 Balance Nov. 1. 1921 _____._____..__. 68.87
    ;n,' pains to dispose body after the . ;;w'F------; Receipt during month .............. .60 and extends his earnest wishes for
    y hills,yet as the tree yields sweet juice killing. Balance Nov. 1. 1B21 _________...__. 876.83 'Warrant imiued __u _-.__..._.-.._
    Receipt, durinir month -.._.__...._._ ,.Balance Dec.. 1921 .
    f' i so overflowed his heart with kind The officers\ removed the body from Warrant' balled _.__...?......._.. Ipl. t21: ----?- 113.1171
    ))1i & ness. lie answered the rail when his its Kalanci 0.... 1. 1921 __._____?.-_..__ 816.88 Balance Nov. 1, 1D21 _______________ 19405Receipt
    resting place and carefully exam Dralnate Fund during month ._......_.._. 1,20W.rnontlo
    a / d country needed a man; ho has now ined it. The man was about 6 feet Ilalanet Nov.- 1. 1921 ......._....__ 120.90 iuued ---__.__..__..____ 60,00 A Happy and Prosperous New Year '
    been called to hear tho words from ICeciipU during month nn .- ? Balance Dec. 1. 1921Dintrlct__________._._. 136,25
    a and 1 inch in height, of slender but Warrant inwedRalance _____.____. No. Ill
    +7v'i; Him who judges and rewards, "Well athletic build Dec. 1. 1021 ___...___?____ 120.00 Balance Nov. 1. 1921 -- _. 180.70 I! 1
    and
    probably weighing Widow. Fenalon Fpnd ItrcrlPta: rturinir month :::::::::::: ,
    I
    67 f done, thou good and faithful ser about 16rt to 170 pounds. Although Balance Nov. 1.1 1921 -..-___?_.____.1112,Bl Warrant* dewed. ___.................:. 67,44 By trading at the' Cash Department Store
    vant." I !(.",i ipta during month ..__...*....___. B.70 Balance' D<... 1. 1921 ________.__.__ 112.76
    f h 1 I the head was horribly mutilated, it I Warrant laiuod ____.......__________ 182.00 Dlntrlet N. II I Starke, we can help you to make 1922
    could be seen that the man's featureshad I Itulanoe Dee. 1. 1921 __...___________ 986.81 Balance Nov 1. 1021 -- __ ______ 191.71 i
    ( MAMMOTH NKWSPAPEK: December 18, 1921. Recelpta during month ...:::::...... I : both happy and
    been well formed and handsome Bradford County, Warrant leeuedBelanc. ----.___...._.-_ prosperous.'i
    Stale, of Florida. __.. ..____
    He had dark brown '' Dec. 1, 1921 181.71
    t, The Christmas edition of the Tam. hair inclined to'' I hereby; certify that' the roreirolnir: : atatement,, December 1. 1921. !
    : : ::
    '+ of the rreeipta and diaburaeinenta of the i I BRADFORD COI'NTY' '
    Times
    was of monstrous size. It t'
    pa curl.The fund. of Bradford County for the month of STATE: OF FLORIDA.
    MI ', fi ., was of ten sections, each section! of entire left side of the head and November lu.il. .la true and correct to the bent I hereby certify that the foregoing .t...- Sam
    face of my knowledge! and belief." mvnl of the receipt and dmbumeraenta. of Rosenberg
    twelvepages, and a copy wrapped for was crushed, the skull being O. W. ALDERMAN. the school fund of Bradford County, for the
    mailing/ weighed nearly four pounds. fractured and left side of the, jawshattered. ((84.82) Clerk Circuit Court. month of November. 11121. la true and correct ,t I'74r' '
    I Bradford County.By to the beat of my knowledge and belief it
    prvl I. Well selected reading matter, well illustrated There was a deep ''ut in C. A. KNIGHT. H U.. WlUGlf.S. u t
    ?r .: ., composed about one-half of the left cheek, end a part of the left --_ - Deouty Clerk. Superintendent of Public Initructlon.'S!!JJUtI:
    ra G b .' the contents, the rest was advertise ear was missing. About 'mie inch -- ,- ---- - -- -- ------ --- - -- :It'.

    +o,+ r "j ments. Tampa is n good field for above the left car was a hol.' where a .
    ... . .
    newspapers to forage in and tho : bullet had( entered and on the right i ibel n'.::.: ,_ ,.: -. ''".:. ,,;, :, _.. : .',,, :_';: :::> : ,: :: .... ,, \ : ,. .: ,'-' :.:';;:w. Ill, '. '__ -ji;i.iro( '';''--;-,..it'c', ''iiir: : ':: ',:-: :- : : "!,,'.: .: ,";":: '

    I!! Times is a good fornger. ;'side was the jagged wound where the ,:

    t ht .,'< The rapid) upbuilding of Tampa and I bullet came out of the skull. ; .i

    } Ie q 1 !ty the whole of South Florida is to no I.I About six inches from the body was ... '1

    C f"} small extent due to the efforts! df .the found an empty brass shell, which '\.

    ; two great papers the Times and th? I apparently had been fired from a 32- r t

    Tribune. Their routine issues, which calibre Winchester rifle "

    I ;a t 1 boost all of South Florida, go all over' Whoever killed the man deliberately

    y the country; then occasionally special found a grave for him. They made a

    11 f editions appear, which strike trip carpet of pine needles in the bottomof

    t! hammer blows in holding out the advantages the hole and carefully placed the Essex

    r r of that favored section. The body in the grave, face up. His cap AnnouncesM

    ,I \ write-ups are not doubted for the pic- Was beside him.
    '
    ? I
    I turcs testify to their veracity, and the The body was dressed in a blue suit

    many adwrtiaemcnts show that something of good material
    a cap of blue material .
    I
    is doing down there, also n silk shirt tan low quarter -

    1 shoes. Inside' the coat i III tho IA.

    ," i it ; IS THERE GERMAN: HUMOR? I; "Delmonico, Cincinnati, 0.," us, Lower Prices

    ( I well as the name W. M.\ Allison.A .
    '
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    I
    Ger-i letter was found in one ot the
    : mans drt not possess\ a sense of humor p..k.ts written
    by
    a woman. The .
    : ;i '.. at leant of the kind that can be under- letter written nt West Palm Beach

    ;1 stood and enjoyed by other nations. follow: \

    w, r ;, Yet
    an occasional flash penetrates the
    t'', '' "Please write as soon as you getthere -
    fog of liner! fumes and tobacco smoke.
    and don't forget
    t The latest of these is to the effect your one trucj
    r friend. Anyway, one who did
    e that German chemists have\: discovered thing to hold you near. Some ivory- Effective December 24th
    day
    )n a a way to make gold from base motBis. .
    will
    you wish}; j-pu had taken me at
    r We may imagine the rotund\ abdomens my -
    word.! Until Donna"
    death
    I! : of the Inventors of this boat
    shaking The same hand wrote a well known
    with guttural laughter, when
    they think of the poem which was found neatly foldedin
    scare it will throw

    a 1 I ; into the "balance! of the world. For The a pocket.hams of Prices of all Essex Models including the New Coach I

    \ < when gold could be made ad libituty the writer of the poem ,

    ; I !all values would be destroyed and the and ]letter is known to the local authorities
    ;: but i is withheld from publi are reduced as follows:
    t e'onomicI'Btems of the world would
    r I cation. It 'is said there is reason to!
    a I ; be turned topsyturvy. To begin with,
    i I believe she is married and that she
    J I
    debt
    Germany could pay her enormous
    Vas spending a short while in West
    ., ae ie j ol 132 billions of cold marks, and this I
    Palm Beach. An address fou1on
    ; small mountain of gold would be the
    Allison's body indicates that htr $1095
    ,, a ,, ;rst..aIM step aa In disorganizing: : the world'sRut ,manent home U 'In Tennessee. per \ Touring !

    "W Standing o\'('tt&4, bough strewn '
    there i ill no cause for fear' The Coach 1345
    German chortlst, are Very clever but hole fn the woods from which the bodyof

    they cannot make gold. New metals, Allison\ had been taken the eyes .
    j
    of three officers of the law
    opened
    1, e>r alloys have been made from the Sedan 1895
    wide 'When Detective Lilienthal
    Henry
    "' primary ones but no one has yet succecdod .
    scanned the poem taken from a pocket u
    f' In primary metal' '1
    I' making a f. o. b. Detroit
    and read it aloud.
    I ,
    ( ;, ynthetically. The making of diamonds

    1, ,.1' : '.1; should be a comparatively easy Did some man follow Allison to .
    I
    Job, yet it has never been accomplished Jacksonville bent upon murder In the

    although the best chemists have spirit of rev..nlte' The investigators d '. ,, t't'w

    I ( tried it for years. I say such a theory is plausible Was

    r+y ti Let us suppose gold could really be. Allison followed out uothe}' \ lonely ,

    t ma.le.Yould the Germans, who are road that leads to Orange Park, way

    .t noted for their ability to keep secrets laid and murdered tty: such a man?

    I let it be known beforehand, or at any Was it fiendish. exaltation on the partof

    time? The financiers\ of that cnun the. murderer That made him so' Smith's Garage STARKE

    pB" try well know the
    (gold supply would have on Germany to place the empty deatb-caMhaJ."e

    ;, an well as on the rest of the world, for beside the- bloody head of his 'Victim 'f

    the process would not long; remain a Such tit present' is only Cwnjectvre.: E. H. Smith Dealer FLORIDA
    I
    1
    4 secret. The manufacture would be It is said to he reasonable to presume bl alf

    prohibited and those who knew the that loving hands, carpeted the little

    4 process/! caused to be "spurlos\ vcreankt. hollow with green boughs. and tenderly '

    I ." The whole thing: is probably placed the foliage over the head,

    k .. nothing but another piece of German and again that both ..peculatlons'may ; =;'";.'''ij\\'''="='''''''=ti l. -
    . l l--!! ilJr.o. : ;!_i I J1b1im .
    propaganda intended to bluff Ger. be wrong. --:::J!"_. 1111l [ 1-- -.-. - -

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    1'IUDAR. riECEMUER: 30. 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TE ECRAPII, STARKE. FLORIDA PACE FI\"K N s
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    -- A HUDSON AND) ESSEX PH1CE.EDl'CTlON J FOR SALE-Stock and farming tools I'1 1on roil s\tn-At Lawtey, Fla.) two Only One .'IU OMO QUININE"
    my' farm near John Efington'a'place \ ,
    Eva Pianga Starke. I house with two acres of land; 251"'lIn To art he BTBulnv.'alt, for full name, T.AXA,

    Local jfr I 1223.21WANTEDExperienced:! I K-iirlnis trees. J. B. McCul- I g riVK. W.CHOVK.UKnMOVt'JNINR.: e".... Cold I..In xikforalitnaturciWI OniKay.. (Hop*
    Bits of Acting on infurmatiun obtain \ II I' 1 Iy l'.M7\ Spearing St., Jacksonville, ; touch and beadacbe, and work- oft raid r.c

    ) through a nation-wide/ survey of conditions J'1". 12-30-2t 1
    man fursteady
    I which has disclosed the certainty I
    Information work on farm. Sec IVter- ; : !
    t that the automobile> business is SEEDSBig mw :Spring catalog a

    rapidly approaching its pre-war stride \son at Brownleo Jewelry. Store, revelation to the beginner and a ,

    ......aAOo r..A. 1uFrer..aIIl .. Roy D. Chapin, president of the Hudson 1t" r"f'rellebook for the practical! ,', E.K.. FERRYMAN
    vy..e.e e4 C..O' .4It J
    Motor Car trurker. Send unmo and l
    Company, announces address
    WANTED-Renter for good farm, 40turret "du.for l I ATTORNFY.AT LAW
    that sweeping reductions are being 1 cleared, who will build residence I" your copy which will sunnndy. STAKKK, FLORIDA
    < r .
    -' made Kilgore Seed Co.
    -- on every model produced by and improve the farm for Plant
    be if nights are made miserable liy> both companies effective at City' Wa' 12-2-51.
    IjMay your heart's desire yours in your once."with rental. D. E. Knight, Starke, Fla. r .,
    2. indigestion. You failed to take Tan- business down to the pre-war 11-86-41.

    lac. Turner's Drug Store, Starke. level of labor and material costs," .

    *dins May Peek left Sunday aftern Mr. Chapin said, "manufacturers arc FOR SALE-Farquhar sawmill com- I Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed ,

    to visit friends in Boston, Ga. Irish potato seed at Kickliter's.T. able to get back to the fundamental 25
    plete0:!( horsepower engine, Sosnowski
    .I MM H MW MMM-WHMKV principles of American merchandizing Wilt-Resistant
    Variety.
    horsepower boiler. Belting: !saw Second from
    Ion. J. B. Crews, of Lake Butler, J. Alderman, of Waldo, and Lest year
    basing prices to the public
    on outfit, price $I;!50 cal 's in Starke Tuesday. lie Futch, of Hampton, spent Christ! volume
    Added
    production. to the
    M. Lake Butler Fla. Ilea
    mas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. steady demand that Hudson and Es Richard Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll Weevil.

    jeputy W. ,v. Baisden was in Lake G. W. Alderman.Miss have )
    sex maintained Price
    throughout the WANTED- Purchaser for 2 1-4 acre $2.50 per bushel in two bushel bagsf. I
    tier Wednesday on business. readjustment period, we have such a
    of land and good Groom dwelling,
    .
    Mildred who Is at- volume o. b. Hawthorn Fla.
    ,
    i-rosny of orders already booked for 100 foot pump of good water, in \
    ruce Davis, of Arcadia, was thefit tending the Woman's College in Tallahassee 1P22{ by distributors
    our and dealers
    Lake Butler.;' D. E. Knight Starkc '.
    ,
    of relatives in Starke Christ. spent the holidays with her in every part of the country that we Fla.) ; 11-26-41. The A. P. Brantley Co:, Blackshear Ga. '

    mother, Mrs. W. A. Crosby. arc able to puns on to buyers a new ,

    mark in lowered manufacturing costs - ---- ---- -
    fake Tanlac and eat three square Mrs. A. M. Pettit and (children of "Consequently B4Xm 'PiPflg ro'IE''KP ffl "
    we arc releasing anew '.
    Is a day. Turner's Drug Store, Lake Wales, returned home last 1922 price schedule whereby the fIr

    ke. Thursday after a visit here with her cars we build will cost the user from

    t mm .' brother> J. W. Andrews, Jr. $100 1.0 $245; !Ins than previously ; 7iNe;;
    Jr. pnd Mrs. L. V. Moore spent the h".li

    ek-end with relatives in Jackson- Mrs. A. Price and grandson, Walter "Today materials we that ate purchasing America makes thp finest at Begin

    Trice, went to Plant City last Friday a lower figure than ever before in the a
    and spent Christmas. at the home of .
    Beo. W Baisden and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. I1r wn. history of the automobile industrya -
    Christmas with concession to which the buyer is l'n.1
    Ili ksonvillc, spent
    -- titled and which is made available
    , d ativea here, Mrs. Nelle Hughes, our new price schedule." Rightw .
    i i ii"Jr. came Saturday to spend the holidays i '

    t and Mrs. F. L. Turner spent I with her mother, Mrs. S. F. Ham-[ The reductions announced by Mr.

    ristmas at Macclenny with rclaJrs. rick. Chapin arc as follows: I;

    s. Hudson phaeton $200; seven I passenger ;"

    4 The U. D. C. will met next Wednesday phateon $160; cabriolet $200

    Oscar Alvarez and son, J. C., afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the coupe $200; sedan $245; touring limousine 1 1922 is the day of all days upon which you should

    .ne Monday to visit her mother, residence of 1\1n. S. E. and J. M. $200. January open a savings account at this bank.

    Brownlee. I'Ksex-tourlng' car $100; coach $150 i '
    *. Lalla Chace. I and sedan $100. \ Let the turning of a new leaf in the book of time signalize the turning of

    :' _wson Davis, of Miami, was the Rev. A. A. Post, formerly of St. : a new leaf in your book of life

    day guest at the home of his par- Andrew, will preach his first sermonat 110...... ,

    ,. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis. the Presbyterian church next Sun- 12-80-2t. J. w. JlAnmn.Canhlrr.: ,i Let this new leaf of yours be on the credit side of the savings ledger of

    C ..day morning, and in the futuro willserve I this bank. .F'
    Christin of this congregation. PETITION TO HAVE': IIONPS' VALIDATED
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    tiss Josie Hoffman spent as pastor
    In Circuit Court, Flirlith Judicial Circuit
    Jacksonville at the home of In and for Bradford County. Florida in See that your name is written across the top of that page, and every U

    [father, Lee Hoffman. Oat Seed for Bale at Kickliter'sDr. Clmnnery Hradford County. Florida. and Hoard week add something to the column of credits that appears below.' Start right ,'
    : of Rood Truntiva of Raid County

    fr.{ and Mrs. Klosterman, of Eus- and Mrs. U. G. Turner, and VI Complainant. stay right and you will always be right. ,

    K spent Sunday with his brother, father, \V. M. Turner, of South Jack- The State. of Florida,
    Defendant
    : Klosterman. sonville, were gvesst) of Mr. and Mrs. IVtitlon, to Have Bend Validnfd.

    tJ F. L. Turner last Friday and Satur Notice to the Taxparrra anil (- .off the
    County of Bradford and State I
    i AT. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and lit- day. 'Iorld.Tllkt BANK OF STARKE
    JTdaughter, the holidays with notice that the County of Bradford, 1
    t i spent ono of the county unit of Florida, and the ,
    t;:parents in Green Cove. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robinson' and Hoard of Itond Trustees of said county nanfllfd

    ..r$ 1- granddaughter: Edna Mills, of Jack- d.r dale n petition the, 22nd In the day above of entitled iVarmlMT ration A., un-P. 7 Ac Dank: of Htfpful Sm'ke.fQrocnmmmmmmmmmmmQlDIDIDOrIlIDmmmaIIDf."DlCJfJDlWma E

    1 k'I<'. Collcy, who at present is -n- sonville, Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Lewis, 1021 U> have the issue of Flvr lluniln-d Fifty : I

    (.d in work at Ellenton, spent the Miss Hilda Lewis and brother, James, Irondit.Thousand: niith: llollnm. riiM: >d liy, (iRr.O.dOO.OO Chanter )"fl2-o: nf' the of ]I :

    i. uys with his family here. I of Jasper, were holiday gucBHt at the 8n-cinl 10.11: I and Acts' by of An tho cltrtion I4-cts inure held on or OrtithiT Honda 1R of, e ) > ! > >< > DIDQlWUIDCJalC1lmmmcummmC/lt/ )(,JiOtlCnIIItDCDIDmmmOODrolGlWrJlanIlII1.IIamJWI( ( ) ( )( .- '

    4 home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kohinson. :I A. I). 11)21) In which i-U-rtinn a larva major. .
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    1$. and Mrs. U. i). Miner spent I Ity of the qualitUfl olitctotn. voting tUin>at --
    voted for the innimnrr of bond In tho Hum of
    I turns day at Jacksonville, guestsir Mr. and !Mrs. T. J. Griffin went to I five Hun>*J fly Tlioiumiul nollum UMO.- I ..
    : son, H. L. Miner. Jacksonville Sunday to meet Mr. Grif- IHX 11.001 for hn-d ''urfMclnir and Improving r<>rtitln III'
    I public rondo' an firnvldrd for hy Rid rhnpt :
    :,''t fin's sister, Mrs. J. K. Coibett, of Co- I >r fl22.. valldul/ and cunflrmpd hy .locrw. ;I

    John W. Baisden and daughter, Miss lumbia, S. C. Mrs. Corbett will bo of .std. court. : Der-mber.l I ,
    I And that nil thA"Tird dny of '
    by, of Keenansville, spent the holi- their guest for sonic time. She is A. I>. lOlil an order Itmuml out of the -iNtil j
    here with relatives. convalescing after n long illness. court, atralntit the State of rioridn, .CluJ..n'| '
    .' It, through" the Honnrnliltr A. H. {'"*w" PHfiulro. -
    'I!;:. __ I State Attorney ff Lice Eighth JudlrlH '

    4rs. Hilda Williams, of Lakeland Mrs. W. N. Armor, of Atlanta, Mrs. Circuit HnnorMlilo of Florida to nhnw. CUOMO hrfnra, that,,
    A. V. Long Judos of Hmd court
    ,, nt Saturday and Sunday at thee Alice Lungford, of) Alachua, and! B.i at 1'alutka. In Putnam County, Florida, acounty Announcement

    4 of her father, P. E. Canova, Sr. K. Wainwright, of Pierce,, spent the I' day of In.',,"uary.the aforesaid A. I IX 111.circuit:!.!, nt on ton Ihn o'clnc'c nth I I

    it. tiny PhrlatinnRwith their mother. I mi. m. why sold( '...n.lv should' nut I... ..,..11..........h..<.<.land I rate
    y I .;; ;ii.md'm'; :
    ames L. Frazee, of New York, was Mrs.: E.: :J.: Wainwright.i ''
    TlicHU therefore are to coininand and require -
    ristmas guest of his mother-in- you and each cif you : and you and euohof

    +' Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez.i Mr. and Mrs I). T. Clink, of Jacksonville you am hereby required, to appear before
    If1, the Honornlili' A. V. Long, Judge of sold Cr
    f
    ; W. M. Wainwright:: of Tallahassee cull at the County Court lloune In I'alntka. I. H. C. TRACTORI
    i Alice Glisson who is emii !- In Putnam County .riorldn rm the 11>th day of
    i Jr.
    and N. D. Wainwright:: January, A. 1*. 11122.! at ten o'clock a. m..
    i In the telephone office, spent of Jacksonville, spent Christmas with and show rouse If any you have, why said'
    bonds should 1.. validated ,
    not and confirmed
    , spay at her home in Gainesville. their parents, Mr. and Mrs N. D. otherwise the alleirntlona of the Raid petitioners
    \ Wainwright.The will ho taken an eonfeiwetl by you.
    t1ft. It la ordered that thia, notice .be pulillnhed.
    (l". and !Mrs George Marks, of New once each week for three conMecutive weeks

    a, spent the holidays with her demand for Tanlac has broken iM-fore the said Kith day of January A. D.1U22 .
    : In the Bradford County 'IdcKraph, a I
    '1 Sits, Mr. and Mrs. A .M. Darby. allworld's records Over Twenty Mil- weekly newnpaKT published In Starke, Bradford I
    { lion bottles have been County riorldn, and that the firs of
    J sold since it
    1
    Maid publication Im
    Jn. leant lirh-
    G. C Sweat went to Lulu to was placed on the market six years leon dayH iM'furv the ldb : hdd..a,1 January, !j

    ;' the holidays with her parents, ago.:: Turner's Drug Store Starke. A n. 1022.WltneeU .
    my hand and official anal, this 20th
    nd Mrs. J. B. Davis. tiny of December" A. I>. 11121. I

    1, 'I Professor E. K. Poppell and fam- O. W. ALDERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court for Bradford Coun
    K. Annie Brown Barrett and lit- ily, of Venus, Highlands county, are ty.. Klorida.<< 1
    Mrs. Stella visiting my
    ii tighter, are among the holiday visitors to Starke, Bradford County, Florida)
    tt's sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, having come to spend the vacation 12-ao-8t-l-18.
    with relatives Mr. Poppell is prin- friends that I now have in stock

    Anna Murrhco spent Christi cipal of the school at Venus.
    the famous International Harvestor
    i Jacksonville with her sons, PENT-A-WORn\ -

    j by tr. and Gabe Murrhee. Florida peanut need at Klcklit(>r's. Company 8-16 Tractor, and


    and Mrs. Sam Green, of Jack- Rev. David Lander left Tuesday COLUMN
    demonstrations
    am ready to give
    He, spent Christmas with rela- morning for hit home in Kissimmee. '
    '
    i,|tn Starke and vicinity. The members of the Presbyterianchurch I
    of its work and
    >X1\\3 and the town in general regret LOST-A white and black speckledcur superior makeup.See .

    a Jessie Thomas, who is teach- that failing health dog about nine months old. Notify I
    \ compelledRev.
    ; ftt Lake Wales, spent the holidays Lander to give up his work in J. G. Boyd,_Starke, Fla.. It* me if you want some plow-
    -- - .
    th i ber brother, Capt. A. J. Thomas. Starke.
    i ..t-ix' WANTED-Purchaser for one or two ing.

    rXr..nd' Mrs. Max Klosterman and good mules. D. E. Knight, Starke, I
    The first shipment of strawberries
    dren motored to Gainesville last Fla. 11-25-41.
    of the season from Starke was made I .
    bfiday to attend at the'Catholic
    mass Wednesday by C. S. Durling. It was WANTED-Renter for small farm; I ',1DeWitt

    naturally small and came from several either sure rent or part of crop. D.

    different planters, who received E. Knight, Starke, Fla. 11-26-41.
    ,"prod Mrs. W. J. Grant and Bull,
    good:: prices. If we escape! cold weather ;
    s, of Jacksonville, were Christ the shipping season will begin very WANTED-Trade good farms for

    tests at the home of Pr. J. O. early. town or city property. D. E. Knight

    11teg. Starke, Fla. 11-25-41
    i'nT/ I

    {; blame anybody but yourself NOTICE OF BTOCKHOr.DERS MRETIMRNntlen WANTED-Renters for good farms, I
    U .hereby .I".n that th. mrular an who will rents by improving
    A nual mnnlntf of the Nlorkholfler. .if lh. flrad- pay
    j: 1 ford County Bank will b. .held In its bank In" property. D. E. Knight, Starke,
    ,- In F'lortda, . ,
    room Starke. on TuMtday January
    Fla.
    ; 10. IMZ2. at 7RO p. m.. to elm" a board* ofdl"'ra 11.25.4t.RutrMy'1'I'm .
    ; ItARRIIAL DEAFNESS for the. enfluintr year and tramiactuch C. Jones
    other builn.. aa m.y eomn fwrnn. thorn antiseptic and
    f .
    t H. HITCH
    treat.aHAf4JB
    12-110-21 CashierNOTICE pain killer for infected sores,
    .
    a wmiiotuttonul I. rnndy. Catarrhal fetter sprains! neuralgia rheu-
    fna.A la caused Inflamed HTorKiiru.iTEKH i: '
    fit the miK. u. rnl'r; : of the Ku cnn-.ta- Notice I.tie hereby jrivcn that th.I rtrular MF.KTING: : anniml matism.-Adv. ' Agent for entire I. H. C. Line
    'rube.I h..n thU tube \m\ lnUamif
    a. < meeting. or the ntnekhnHfira! nf th. Law- -
    ..". a rumtihni ouiid or Imporfortngi icy Ktatr lank will IMI held In Ita bank In" .
    No Worms In a nc itiy! Child
    ; and when '' In entirely (limert,
    mom In I.awt.y, Florida, on T..d..". Jan. STARKE FLA.
    IHMA :.. the r, T nlAKM the. In. nary 10, Mi.: at 7 -BO r>. m.. to .1.l *t a board. AJlrhlld.cn trm.ht.wlth Urn'i.ovt. ati e' ,
    nxnwtlon an tx ran 'd. linirtniro '
    . < your of dlnetom eeartbytuerf.wuki.IudluWnho.'o\ '.
    for the ensuing and "h.
    ,, ", d..N>y.>rl .r'vpr. IrALISA year transact ,.' ".
    + )"'AtIUl aueh othvr. bualnraa a* may com. baton ute then ii men *.r I "J .to.>.p/i t i- r.cKOVEH
    MrCDiriKl at i throiiKh th. .
    .. ,j TAJSlrT.: C"' ".' I
    tons an'th tau.o.t'n rncv tif the .9e-
    teya thus rnduclnir tin Inflammation and Colds Cause tlrip and Influenza jrly fortwo.ir'!... *" .. "
    .......Mme Nature In r* "inrlng1 normal con mpn ".tU << ....... LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tablets trmov lhraiiae. < 'nluW Tn,!.."? '
    ''r reddrs tnI. All P"op ..b.J .. lharo la Calf one *Ti' 4Wnira. .brow QIJI' 'f fI.r . .. ; .
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    S ): : : I .' )1' LA\V1KYLawtey holtz accompanied her home a'id ployed at Plymouth; visiting at the !I spent Christmas with Misses Johnnie 'guest their daughter, Mrs. J. C Th'us -",["J'"
    of Valdosta.
    Y'e I"j.i spent Sunday here. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. FARMERJJROWN and Trumle Rimes. ,
    I Lake Butler J Miss Lucille Johns, of Stark.
    In !
    ;' I Dec 30.-Mr. and Mrs. L.j James Brown, of Jacksonville, spot( M. Bennett. I N. II. Stokes was WI.
    ) I j ,.. in Starke onI I Sunday with his Mr. and of Starke vis Saturday on business. the guest of her cousin, Mi r-:
    ' 1\\ t J II. Hill were bhopping> parents, Mrs Mrs. Laura Finley, losefus Brown, where have you j Johns this week.
    visited ,
    1 ./ ', ,I'I'v Wednesday. B. D. Browning Ited her brother, S. B. Woodard, Wednesday en all day long? Haven't lout I I I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown
    you
    and Mrs. D. I and ,, the former's sister, Mrs. II. T. Bennett | Mr. and Mrs. Cross: and so." ,
    1 born to Mr. Thursday. j '
    : afternoon
    $ ; I A loon was Miss Eva Flitch, ot Jacksonville, nough time from your farm workoing 1 .,
    ; of Bland Sunday. for and Dickie, of Chattanooga ,
    1'i,
    21st. Mrs. II. S. Roebuck
    Dec. and an;
    ) t.. Higginbothum; on is spending the holidays at the home Mr. ,' away to the state fair without
    j Mrs. W. II. Miner and children: were I,'of her parents. children, of Gainesville, spent Xmn I being gone ell day long? Miss Ruby Parrish, who is teachingat tire guests of J. L. Williams at '! fa.,

    ./ r visitors i to Starke Friday. II here with her mother, Mrs. Mary H' [ Hollywood, is visiting her parents. ily.
    ; Miss Eva Reddish was a visitor to Why, Samantha. I've been to see _
    Fred made business tripto ,
    Middle'burg, was a Biclling a
    of trip by auto.
    makingthe
    , O. B. Green, Starko Tuesday. der, / the tractor demonstration. You see 11'OUILAII'N
    i )' visitor to Luwtcy Sunday. Henry and Samuel Woodardvvisitors / it's Starke Saturday. i
    ,f, I If a long
    j Situ ways- .
    : Futch went to St. Augustine business visitor
    N : '' i :Mrs.! Hiram Bennett is spending a to Starke Friday.. f : Secber Stokes was a I -
    I
    .
    'I Say tell about the state
    :1:1t pa, me
    1 few weeks Jacksonville as the guest Saturday Jo bring home his little | Miss Daisy Moore and brother .c* fair. to Lake Butler Friday.Mr. Woodlawn, Dec. 30.-Jam p. uroB|

    9 f I" of her son, Henry Bennett. I' daughter who is attending the deaf ci ll), )left Thursday for Vero, ere and Mrs. W. B. Feagle are visiting ing of Jacksonville, spent) Chri, tm
    and dumb institute in that city arid with Sliver, don't you fciiow a little boy the letter's parents, Mr. and ?
    i Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Tracey spent they arc spending the holiday \ ,here with his parents, Mr. and N.
    l I' from aturday to Tuesday with relatives I she will spend the holidays here. I I relatives. j should be seen and not heard?s Mrs. II. C. Peeples. D. B. Browning

    t 1 in Macclenny. J, W. Andrews of Starke, was a I Mr and Mrs. R. Burrow* :. J Bon, When your ma and I are conversing Miss Janie Bielling, of Orangedale, I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew! Dekle is student in visitor to Lawtey Monday.\ Sunday you should not break in. is visiting home-folks. I'
    ty who
    t : Milmot Brown a Willie Clyde, of Starke, spent Butler! spent Monday here, gUed' .
    1 t if the medical college at Albany, Ga., I is Miss Dora Clark, of Waterouk, visited here at the home of Mr. arc Mrs. S. But ma said you won a turkey. Murray Thomas made a business. (her sister, Mrs. Fred Waters.
    Shut I don't
    want to
    I" spending the holidays in Lawtey at i relatives here Sunday. B. Woodaid. up. you say trip to Jacksonville Monday.\ I Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawte)'. '\\III
    t p:' the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. I J. J. McLeod was transiting busi- Quite a number of the:. JS folks turkey to me.Samantha Denzil Thomas spent the week-end visitor here Sunday.Mr. j jI
    .
    ';7 '.," : G. W. Brown. nes sin Starke Wednesday.Mrs. from here attended the Cli'],' -tmas entertainment as I was saying:, it is a with his sister, Mrs. W. M. Thomas, I \ and Mrs. J. M. Normal,

    ' a j,. 1 Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little Hattie Black, of Wateroak, at Hamptoi Saturday long way over there, and I wanted to of Long Bridge. I daughters, Mrs. W. II. Norman WI'III:
    r Leslie Christmas in visited relatives in Kawtcy Sunday. resent were see them work that tractor as longas
    j y, son, spent day night Among those shopping in Starke Friday.
    "t 1 ,' if." ,a Lawtey at the home of E. J. Roberts. Larramore Rhodcn of Jacksonville, Misses Margaret O ns, Estelle I was there, and it made me late. HAMPTON: I Miss Elva Starling of Jackconvu';

    't t I Miss Enza Blanchard, of Brooks- spent Christmas with his father. Woodard, Rhoda Benm,' r i. Henry and Was there much of a turn out? I)I spent Christmas with her par<'b'

    ti "ill i ville, is spending the holidays at the Mr. and Mrs. Jlighsmith, of Jack Samuel Woodard, /,Ihur Bennett, Turnoutl! I should say! They not Hampton, Dec. 30.-Mrs. J. D. Pry Mr.\ and Mrs. J. S. Starling.

    rj s home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. sonville, are spending the holidays I Norman Collins, Ray drown ando Jim only turned out but came running. and children are visiting her motherat Misses\ Lois and Myrtle Norm

    1t t. } J M. Blanchard with Rev. and #Irs. F.. D. Boyer. Phillips. When DeWitt, C. Jones sends special Omega, Ga. spent the holidays at Wildwood, t tf}

    t : f Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Montgomery and Mrs. Louis Marr and children left 'I Lee Burrows, of- ,:arke, visited at invitation cards and advertiseshe Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Prevatt, of guests of their aunt, Mrs J. M Hi\

    M : '( family of Griffin Ga., are spending Monday for Macelenny where they will i the home of his ur ''a and aunt, Mr. has something to sell or show the Starke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I son

    i l 11/I'.' I. '.4 I; the holidays In Lawtey at the home of visit reliitivse.. and Mrs. S. B. "',odard, during the people of course they turn out. There I, Frank Johnson Sunday. I Larramore Roden, of Jacksotiv:

    .. ': Mr. and Mrs. W. I"'. Godwin. Several quarts of strawberries were I week-end. was a big crowd and it was well worth Leslie Futch is visiting his uncle, is upending two weeks' vacation ht

    ' I .t > W. E. Torode was transacting business on the market here Saturday. They I A party compo'i'd of Messrs. D. W. all the time I spent. f'Chas. Rivers, of Lake Butler, this ''with his father, O. E. Rodvnr .

    1. I Isrj 1 + in Jacksonville Tuesday. were brought: in by L. Johns, who livesa I-Woodard and ugene Finley of ,Now I know what I want.,_ for I week. - The many friends of Mrs. Fred ffj

    ;d' ., !. :" Mrs. Pearl Jones was a visitor to I short distance west of Lawtey and Gainesville, Dcifcy and Gus Finley"and watched it work. i j B. J. Johns was a business visitor I ters are glad to know she i Is impror

    ? i Starke Tuesday. were of fine quality.- If the warm I). D. Wiwdard of Starke, mo- You did not buy a tractor, did you? to Starke this week. I I ing after a long illness.

    i .t. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Alvarez and weather continues it will only be a tored here Sunday afternoon and were No; not yet, but he Is going to order I Mrs.\ M. L. Rawley, who has been ,!. Mr and Mrs. C. L. Milliard spw ''

    I I children, of Starke, spent Christmas few weeks )before the strawberry season supper guest at the home of Mr. and one for me right away. That is ''In Green Cove Springs for several Christmas with her parents, Mr ani l

    t v' y day in Lawtey at the home of Mr will be in full swing. I Mrs. S. B. vioodard. the farm machine that is going to rev. weeks, is spending the holidays with ( Mrs. II. Byrd, of Raiford.

    1 '' Louise Lowery. I B. L. Blanchard Is home from Jacksonville _ lutionlze the farming business. Why her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen. I Miss Morine Browning is in !R.,,

    P' r '. t J. L. Harrell was transacting business I on the sick list, but
    ,j I f 1 in Jacksonville Saturday. be able to return to his work next more if he had them there. Why, Samantha Norwood and Wiley Hitks of Plant i Crews.

    t'f J i ,. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'B. Rowe and children 'I week Brooker, Dec. SO.-Misa Lottie Jor- I can learn you how to run City, attended the funeral of their I' Mrs. W. II. Norman and baby, <'

    tt !' r spent Christmas day with rela' The Christmas tree exercises at the dan, of,Trenton, spent the week-end, It; in jio time., Then you can do all sister, Mrs. Penny, here Monday.\ Jacksonville, spent the holiday hei-

    S I' three churches carried out with. with friends. She has many friends plowing.. of with relatives.
    { tlves in Macclenny. were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rawley, i
    7v : Mrs. J. E. Brown and daughter, out a hitch and were highly enjoyedby here who are always glad to welcome No, you don't. I've got plenty todo Green Cove Springs, are visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs.\ D. B. Browning: ape,
    I ,.,.ti
    .,\ Miss Flora, of Waycross, Ga., spent all. her. in the house. I and friends here this week. i Friday in Raiford, guests of ths
    'r I; N r I the Christmas holidays at their home S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a visitor Mrs I. W. Pinholster and Claude Say, pa ,did you win a turkey? I The union Xmas tree was quite a : daughter, Mrs. Arthur Crews
    \ ; Cross> spent Friday in Gainesville. Sliver what did I tell
    e here. to Lawtey Sunday you? success and the entertainment pre-
    /4 I t.! \ Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville, Is Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr and children Len, Byrd, of Jacksonville, was a You didn't tell me anything. Wasn't I ceding It received many compliments. ,I Many a man owes his popularity

    oy', I I spending a few days in Lawtey at the were visitors to Starke Monday visitor here late Saturday afternoon. here anything but turkeys there? Miss Alta Newsome is the guest of his ability to hold his tongue.
    i t Guy; Pinholster and Clyde Ward, of If you say turkey to me again, I'll
    II home of their parents, Sev. and Mrs. evening. her sister, Mrs L. L. Bcdenbaugh. j .
    k Miss Ruby Redding, of Jacksonville Jacksonville, are spending this week1I'l'e take you out to the barn and tan your little
    Poor innocent 1922!
    k' p .1 E. D. Boyer.Mr. with relatives. Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a professional i I Doom,::
    l ; and Mrs. J. II. Dye and little is visiting relatives in Lawtey thiswel.k. mde. visitor here Tuesday.J. I to die within the year!

    dt son, of Jacksonville]) spent Christmas Miss Vera Surrency, of LaCrosse, I won't nay turkey again. R. Bevill, of Graham, has beena I

    1'a' day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Higginbotham and sister, spent Monday afternoon here. Josefus Brown, I think it is about visitor here.L. It's fortunate we do not see son
    M. Blanchard. Miss Myrtle, of"Maxville, were guests i Claude Crosby was a visitor to time you let up on buying go much |
    Lake Butler i R. Kalch attended the school women too early in the mormnir! H\
    N Y Misses Florrie and Bessie Terry, of Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. Higgin- Monday afternoon. farm machinery. closing and Xmas tree at Brooker on might not recognize them.
    r I Jacksonville, spent Christmas day at botham. Mr. and Mrs. A. Warren, of Rai- Samantha, I must keep up with the lust Friday evening. I

    t j 4 the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith was transacting biM- ford, spent. the week-end here withrelatives. times. We have pegged along on I i W. E. Daugherty will preach at tho They say a new broom sweep wr
    i la T. J. ; ness in Jacksonville Friday. these little farms long enough. Just 1
    Terry Christian church Sunday morning and We hope it applies to year as- wet)
    r a Marcus Brown, of Starke, spent Clifton Brown, of Gainesville, spent Mrs. T. B. Parker find children, barely making a living. Now, I'm going evening.

    II Christmas day with his parents, Dr. the holidays at the home of hi1 parents Imogcne and Henry, of Tavares, are to clear up all my land and try I II. B. Peeples and family are visiting 666 is a prescription for Cold-
    Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown here on a visit with relatives.G. I to make some money. It can be done
    h and Mrs. G. W. Drown friends and relatives at Ilahirn, Fever and LaGrippe. It's the i
    "'. Miss Nellie Roberts and Edwin To. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rivers, cf> Green B. Colson made n business tripto with proper machinery and I'm the ,1, Go., this week. most speedy remedy \vc knovAdn '
    Cove Springs:\ spent Christmas here Hampton Thursday.The ad that is going to do it. Now watch '
    fi I ""i rode were visitors to Stuike Friday. i Mrs. C. P. Sasser and daughter,
    4" Xmas entertainment and tree smoke.
    k. / C. S. Hill of Palmetto, is the guest with Mr. and Mrs. David Durban. my Clara May, of Valdosta, Ga., are the
    ) : t of Mr. and 1 Mrs. L. II. Hill for the Marion Reddish' and family, of Wn- was a success. Tell me about the state fair, pu. I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days i
    thisweek.
    / . : guests! of her father, P. B. Hunt,
    "'
    It ,: r teroak, spent Sunday witn relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Surrency, of won't say anything about turkey. Druggists I .refund money \If PAZ OINTV-' ii 1
    .
    holidays.Mr ] '
    i t here. Graham, spent Sunday here with rel DeWitt C. Jones' hardware store I !toeareilChfwr. Blind ,9tecdlntorI':
    .... und !Mrs. Henry Mr. mid Mrs.\ O. Haynes have as a
    children of Winter Haven, are spen.I-1 Mr. and !Mrs. 'E. E. Burney and atives. looks real good. They have slicked i
    ,
    ,
    M. Mr. and !Mrs. W. Andrea and
    the with relatives here. children spent! Sunday mind: Monday in daughter up right smart. Got in a lot of new '
    s n '. ing Miss Jessie holidays Futch, of Jacksonville, ;: Jacksonville with rclanves.' MrsO.. B. Hazcn, and children, goods and were busy as bees. aruI1..lmIDt)11'OIDw.JI; !m1.ImIWIGjU.JJliHJ.IlIlIDJUl! ;; : !; \;: ;: ; ! WIWlijJlIDIr.f': : : '. :: 'I'I
    j of New River, spent Saturday afternoon -
    Say I
    Miss Louise BInnchiird, of Jackson- pa-
    t / is spending u few days with relatives ,, 'i
    here.
    ., I ville, spent' Christmas at the home of
    s ", near Luwtey. her Lori u io Morgan, of Gainesville, wasa \ .
    1 .1 tllt8Gao d fellow, of South Florida parents. JomUiy.Miss !
    I the holidays with his family | Enoch Griflls spent several days In visitor here Saturday.Mr. . Georgia Edwards of Bradford, I "
    spent
    Jacksonville this week transactingbu'dm'ss. and l Mrs. E. L. Crosby, of Jack- here of her '' ,
    \ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber were spent Saturday guest cousin -
    sonville, are spending this week here.L. .
    ; shopping:( in Starke :Tuesday. : Clara Cone y I '
    I Flank Green returned! to Plant M fs I !, 1lr.ln1l Mrs. A. J, Lowery and A. Leila Mac: Andreu is spending this r
    \
    Monday after spending Christmas at attending to business in Starke. week ILt with
    f a J. Jr., of Jacksonville spent ChristI, : Midway relatives.
    1 day with relatives.Mr. the home\ of Mr. and Mrs.\ CharlesDinklir Mr. and !Mrs. Grady Kelly and lit. Mr. aqd Mrs. F. A. Andrews, of ,

    J mils and Mrs Ury Gunter and little I tic daughter, Man nice\ of Gainesville, New River., spent _Monday____ __. here _at_ the .....

    -11, daughter! of Jacksonville, spent the Henry Burrey returned Sunday fromCr'stal are spending the holidays here with home of their son, S. V. Andreu. I I ; \.

    Jf J holidays with relatives. I River, where he has been friends. C. M. Andreu, of Jacksonville, attended Eiberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE i
    ,
    ; spending several weeks. Little Claricy, the six year old church here Sunday
    (. +\ Mr. and Mrs. II, II. muck and bah> I i
    : Capt. Black was transacting buslncs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Crosby Remember B. Y. P. U. next Sunday I STONE ETERNAL": I Ii sAnd
    .' are spending the holidays with relatives ,,
    ,
    I of Jacksonville, who severely
    was
    I sin Jacksonville<] Monday.Mrs. night at 7:30. make !
    Ocala. in its various shades !
    GEORGIA
    near i MARBLE
    i burned laid to rest
    1 J. T. Moore\ was a visitor to > Friday night, was ,
    {l I ; !< Mr. and Mrs. Cox, of Macclenny I Il Staiko Tuesday here Sunday afternoon at Dedan. Rev. MILLER

    ;t i ; were guests Friday" and Saturday of I'I't James M. Starling was a visitor toJud..sonville Joyner of Dukes! conducted the last MEMORIALS I'I ,
    Mr.\ and Mrs. H. M.\ Tracey.
    Pi, i a Tuesday. sad rites.Abe t Miller, Dec. 30.-Supt. and Mrs. O.

    s r. h Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber and. Paul Dinkina of Jacksonville, spent Crosby, of Jacksonville, spent L. Mizclle, of Lake Butler, were in Renowned I )
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    Itt +, children spent from Saturday to Tuesday Monday hero with friends. I
    a Christmas with his family. this community Sunday.M. .
    I 'I ., with relatives in Macclenny.G. Miss Mandy Futch, of Jacksonville, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonnie Futch are hereon W. Douglass and family, of FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY I .

    Ii I A. Chulker, of Middleburg, was spent Christmas day with relatives a visit with the latter's parents, Trenton, spent the Christmas holidays and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE .
    : visitor to Lawtey Friday" He was I I
    f a here. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. with relatives in this section.J. .

    G yn 1 enrouto to Gainesville. I Ij' I I Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, was Miss Alva Thomas, of Starke, spent I L. Brown was a business \lsitor I
    Three essential factors to be considered in buying monuments
    t John Roberts, of Jacksonville, is '
    > Tuesday here at the home of her
    visitor to Tuesday. to Lake Butler last week.
    )"' spending the holidays !here at the a Lawtey :BEAUTY PERMANENCY, APPROP II
    j" I( Mrs. R. II. Wiggins, of Jacksonville grandmother, Mrs. Ticrcy Roberts. Clifton Robert, of Worthington, are,
    _. 1 '. .L homo of his father, E. J. Roberts of this [combination
    have the
    t ', spent last week with relatives here. Mrs. T P. Ward and sons, R swell :was in this community Sunday after- RIATENESS. You assurance
    I. Mrs. Pearl Jones was a visitor to' and T. P. Jr. returned last
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    Dr. G. W. Brown was a professional Saturday noon. when buying our material.
    ;;', Jacksonville Friday and Saturday. from Colon, N. C. They expect to I
    II visitor to Maxvillu Tuesday J. F. Williams visited relatives at
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    1 j Miss Virginia Peace, of Jacksonville j COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON Gf. .
    l"1 I t f .' \ Edwin Leach, of Jacksonville, Is make their future home here and we High Springs; Sunday. ,

    t. a is spending) the holidays here as spending; a few days In Lawtey. I II welcome them to our town. Nick and Ed Thomas, of Starke, Leading Manufacturer of the SouthField

    f' r .11 e '; the guest of Miss Flora" Brown. I Bert .l'nA ge tt' of &n''n.....o ny, 'n'0) ,pen nnL... Pine Hill Lodge No. 9, F. & A. M., visited relatives here Sunday. or Special Representative,
    \ f ': Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Griffis, of Max. : held its Installation of officers Tues I '
    ing a few duys in Lawtey this week Murray Thomas made a business W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE, FLA.
    J ville were guests: of Mr. and Mrs i day morning at the Masonic hall. 1
    9 at the homo of his parents Mr. and trip to Starke Saturday.
    Louis Marr Sunday. !Mrs. II. C. Clemons of Alachua and -- "
    '" s .,Mrs. M. Padgett. Miss Francis Rawls, of Alachua, ammmmtrn umCJ'' m J. T. Reddish was transacting business daughter; Mrs. R. A. Andrews and

    4 in Jacksonville first of the week. TIIEIIESSA children, of Winter Haven, spent Mon -

    I ; II B. Bennett spent Christmas day day here with relatives.E. .

    in Jacksonville at the home of his son, Theressn, Dec. 30.-Ben Hall, of St. J. Ward and family, of Gaines
    Come Central Florida's Busiest StoreIf
    sl llenCy.t Petersburg, is spending the Christmas ville, spent the week-end here. to

    t ,,, ; r Miss Rachel Boycr of Jacksonville, holidays with his parents here, !Mr John Finholster, of LaCrosse, was
    t. I spent Sunday with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. M. Hall. visitor here .
    I a Saturday morning.Mrs. shop
    does wanu'ccma community
    local merchant not here in :
    i your carry your Many women your
    r 1, I and Mrs. }J. D. Boyer.Mrs. S. B. Woodurd was a business visitor R. A. Weeks and children spent hrw.Our aim is to at all times render good service, maintain a high quality of seeds .cd!,un at realist

    1 Albert Moselcy\ of Clay Hill, to Starke first of last week. Tuesday with friends in Starke. prices popiible. Our*stocks a;:equal in size of any store in tl,e date with, the exccf ticn of cue city.
    ,. visited relatives here Thursday. Several of the young folks enjoyeda Miss, Marguerite Shriver is spend I

    r -' Miss Ella Marr, of Starke, visited candy pulling nt the home of !Mr ing this week in Whigham: Ga., the

    : I ,. relatives in Luwtcy Sunday. and !Mrs. II D. May one night last guest of Miss Sara Jordan.

    Mrs R. D. Bennett was shopping week, given by Mr .and Mrs. T. BTricst Mr and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son,

    e' : In Stark Wednesday. Rosie, and Inez Abernathy, were visitors Quality II
    1"1 Miss Rose Andrews is a guest of R. L. Lee of Lakeside visitor afternoon - //1
    i was a to Worthington Monday -
    L ": r Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch this week. to Hampton Friday.W. ,' .x Ser\>ice I f

    \ : W. II. Hurt was a visitor to Jack. I II W. Packhatn was a visitor to Herman Moody and Misses Bessie GAINESVILLEFLORIDAAll

    I sonville 'V.'siny. Waldo Saturday. and Carrie Belle Weeks, Jewel Moodyof \

    % ....... .' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp and children Henry Woodard who has been LaCrosse, were visitors here Sat-
    '1 I }. of Starke, spent the week-end spending several, months past in Or. urday.
    Paid
    Postage Charges
    r'' By Us On mail OrdersAn
    ::1 t I at their home here. angc county, is home on a visit will Eldcin Baxter of Alachua: spending .

    ) i ,; Mrs. M.\ I. LoodholU was visitor his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wood this week at the home of his parents -

    ' i !', to Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. Lond- art!. ', exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced sbofperI -'

    % j k i e Christmas passed off very quietlyin Mrs. S. L. McMillan and Casey and
    To Cure a Cold In One Day Let her shop for you...Just writer
    l our community. Shooting matches, Carroll Atkinson spent Monday .in I ,
    1 :; T.k.. LAXATIVE 11ROMO QUININE (Tahlrt) : .
    usual in. Staike.
    t loin Ill*youth amt HnulBi-lie. and. work. on th as were indulged I ---
    i t... Culd. f W. CROV; _..1 I"'slguanaovucacakua.8afr :; :. : : Arthur Bennett who has been em- Mr. Parker, of LaCrosse was here -
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    DECEMBER 30.I 1921. -- -- of
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    ,1 I \found who arrived on the they will invariably want the whole.
    The or,
    i\t ; road late Friday. body w scene about \i.i-i week oil business'
    I I by a small negro boy, \\hu'Vlin\ ,, Ui i' time and demmdvd', that &he cat Little Miss Bertha Roberts, who hast ,-- --

    )d of Florida in ,short Paragraph ': along the road had stopped 4j the out the comedy !! In Jmol at High :Springs: U at A pucccsuful I ootlejr rer never wears

    Newt stream for a drink of water. Kxfyi" 1- I h "in.. f., \ -,("allon. to the delight uf boots. He doesn't believe in advertising

    aaa.ea..s.ware's e + -s" jug his body over the bank the nsgru Manuel Head owner ..f u coffiv I her daR llllItell. and they don't hold enough. .

    News sighted the body just as he dipped*>s shop in Key West, shut and killed\ Mr. and Mrs Raymond liobertswere

    1 Live State ; face into the watr. In additionV ,, William Decker, prominent "eyVest the donaters of a bountiful turkey -J Pity the fellow who is always kickinff .

    ; LJ the gun shot wounds the man's skill 1 resident Christmas morning, chile J dinner with its accompaniments j his own country. He doesn't know

    I'I' was fractured. A log: had been placooj out driving near the Cuban clul.houHo. last Sunday and those included in the what others think of him.
    } Exchange.
    .'t' } Told by Our across the body to hold it down in the'The police were notified and an angry; enjoyment of same were as follows: I) .

    ,t --_.. stream. County authorities immed-1 mob was soon on the scene of the Me>.srs. Paul Graham wife and chil-! j

    key F", r nnmmmfiUUwa.mrrm..u leased from custody following the in- lately l started an investigation but ] rapedy in hot pursuit of Head. Bend dren of Riverside, Hubeit Tanner JOIN WnI&tir.l11Ma W.elldartt .

    .if,'Shipment, ; of St. Lucie county' winftier had been "held in the as yet have found no clues as to how Iron to the rear of a residence and wife and son, of MikcBville\ Mr. and! /
    bean crop is now in full swing and quest. The girl since the right of tho the man met his death. Apparentlyhe climbed to the cupola which was above Mrs. Will Vinrant and daughter, (Her- ra 1 1

    .large f -'n-nments' are going out county jail had been dead 24 hours. He. seemed i the second story. lie commenced fir- nice, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tanner and M

    ;=rom allpoillt.. shooting. to be about 25 years old and was lag i one bullet prating the car of the : children, of High Springs, n. C. Wil

    .1 "1",1''"''''! moderately dressed.In captain in charge of the night police. Hams, David, Varnes Newton Thompson Raw Fere
    fire\ of the A solid trainload of 41 cars of citrus
    by I and
    14 The recent destruction Head's fire was returned by the angry Russell Roberts -
    'kVego Hair Factory at Talatka was a I fruit left Orlando Friday night tropical countries natives depend crowd and the cupola was rid. MCSMT '\". I.. Summer, ::;rover The Quinine .Ut. Dot Mot Affect: Tr? Nee* ..

    .A .Ut. wide disaster in as much as It for the northern market representingthe upon pet snakes to keep down the rat \lh bullet but none struck the and Olin 'lyatt were visitors to Lake Ifermin nf Its Innlr' and I.....'.. rtlret. LlXAllVh .
    Idled
    of the largest shipment to go forwardin | \ IlKUMO UlllMSK: (T.btet.) rao 1. IckoBby
    r bought moss from every part and mouse birthrate in their homes fugitive. loiter I he was induced to City Friday ttnyour wtttimit iniininil nrrvtMiiin***or ratting
    It one day out of that section in ten { in the head' b.W.i.KON t S Utavlureud li into
    1 tate. The JOBS was about $50,000. while in other parts of the world the surrender to a deputy' vlieritf and ht Mr. and Mrs J. O. } ral l'k and
    '!.' not known whether It will be rev : years. The trainload was composedof Me.Alliater. daughter, Guild. ..f I'aUtka
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    twenty-two cars under ,'.ventilation/ folks depend upon cats William was escorted to jail by a detachment spent To Stop a Cough Quick
    J ;b tiyilt, e I. twelve iced and seven precoolcd. The of Orange Glade has elaborated -j lof marine, The shooting was the rL'I Saturday with Mi-. 1. :M. Fralick taker HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a

    'ate'n7h'L'r I week's from Orlando on the scheme of keeping a cat cult of the whipping of Head by a Mrs. lice RO "I', who IHIR b"c'ng\ (cough! medicine which mope, the cough by
    Samuel Ilayter residing three I shipping was and has a half grown tame wild cat |I masked band last Friday iiitlit. Head j j icing her daughter Mta., who is in healing the inflamed und irritated tunnies.

    i Oniles east of Largo was bitten on the I 200 cars, with over GOO cars movingout as boss rat catcher. McAllister killed !'tore the musks off three of his nsHuil !I school at Kllenton is 'e-t, ,'i h-iuu* A box of GROVE'S, VPEN-TRATE
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    of Orange county at large. I SALVE:: for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
    jfrurht hand by a rattlesnake. He received t.helothl'r of the bob cat while on ants at that time and vowed vonjjoniui' i next week. Croup: Is enclosed with every bottle of

    ,," no medical attention for about a hunting trip in the Everglades und 1 Marines\ from the Key West I The IJ. V. P. U. hull ,"K r.M-ular 1 I HAYES': HEALING HONEY. 1'he salvo
    '.. -tw:; hours and was admitted to t.he'I As the result of a series of moonshine the kitten BO young that its eyes had levy yard /guarded: the county J jail at.llead's I! meeting Sunday nIJtll.t" th ..bouttwenty should be rubbed\ on the chest and throat r
    still raids Friday at Whitehousein of children suffering: from a Gold or(}tuft
    follow.
    :Marion P. Plant hospital the not opened was brought to his home ter capture' until the moll persons present. I'hina. the ,
    +, which eight stills were captured The lirallnH melt tif levee limiting llnni-y' In- i
    Kin*. day and died shortly afterwards, where it was reared on a bottle until :I which formed after Pecker's murder 1'ar-away Land was the *"i'..,'.1 i .nil l >.dr' the thriNil combined with the lirallu en.vt; <>f
    't't ', +' I i and nearly 11,000 gallon of mash I proved interesting under th< I '....n. U IVn-1 rail Salve Ihruutth the ptJt'I!. of
    it was old enough to lap milk from a I broke f- HITof -
    'I ''t\1 three i ups They Ja'ell) shortly the>attn soon slops e ouunh.IkKh .
    alleged
    .A.. bond election of $1,009,000 wan were destroyed moon- saucer. The I'al. which grew up about ter 2 n. in. to deputies' who put rolled hip Mrs. A. I.. rl/tg''rs./ remedtra are Larked' In one carton end the
    favorably by'I shiners are in the Duval county jail ; "ouwt III'l I he ctilliliUiiHl In>IImtloll.u.c.: f.limt
    recently voted on very the house, knows nothing of wild life outside the jailVord Hint the
    t'j maIrines _
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    i ask druggist for hhAYES'itF.AUNG
    and the "white mule" industry of that your
    Dural county. This amount will bci kit. I Some men are always yelping I i.i. a'
    'I''I'I and is as playfuPas on ordinary : had been relieved\ l lvas punned HONEY.
    -t (;used for the betterment of cclucation- I comity has been damaged to the extent ten. During the day it is ]kept in a about and the crowd leathered! nvuin.i : justice 11 nil if they rot it they'd ytl I",

    r II.t(: work and will (rive the county nine I of $10,000 according to estimatesof cage but at nightfall it is given the ;i ApprouchiiiR the jail, one of the leHil- I still louder..

    X'1tew\' school buildings to handle the I'I'I the prohibition enforcement officers t- freedom of the house, a procedurethat ;, era called for Shi'nfT Curry and when I 1886
    who headed the raiding party
    \ overtaxed communities. There be something! in theory
    I "prment has made life miserable fur rataand ho opened| the door a dozen men forced may
    ?"yn which left Jacksonville at 4 a. m. '
    but to it out.
    U I mice. their way in, overpowered him and it requires practice dig

    t.v, ''",ro hold a first! grade certificate to i the jailer obtained the keys to Mend's ,I
    ,,., teach: in Florida is no small atttainllm'ent -I Conductor A. A. Stone in charge ofa Chased by a huge elephant white I, cell and made fur their victim lead i Covering a coflin with llowern is n DAVISINSURANCE F

    ; and Superintendent Sheats has northbound A. C. L. freight train, traveling on the Dixie highway in an shot twice- before taken beautiful It'ihuleIut, the deceasednever
    was Icing
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    1f Tstannouncod; that such a certificate has I and making his last trip before. retiring automobile Mr. Rodriguez, a F. K. C. way. He was then placed In an nu- ( appreciates' it.

    I'juat'been' issued from his office to from railroad work, was instant trainman motoring from New Smyr tomohile and taken far out
    on a county -
    of the 14- ly killed at Inverness nhortly after Fort Pierce the other began '| We always feel for the
    Sopchoppy to
    ,,, 1IJOJlDY Roberts )' na day road near old] I.'uttIurt.eJlo.\ nnd sorry poor
    :yeiar" dd son of :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas midnight Monday when he stepped in to think his time was up. Mr. there strung toga I i boob who I IK! called 1 n thief. It la so
    telephone" pole.
    ..l, [/ /Roberts of I that place.itlj4ttempting the path of a southbound train. On Rodriguez was traveling! jauntily on Twenty-two bullet\ wound* were found! | much more aristocratic to Ie> termeda

    : Ji-i.!: the arrival at High Springs, the end the highway: merrily occupied with in the body when It was cut down this kleptomaniac
    e | ,! to dress unaided the of his run, Mr. Stone planned to go to pleasant thoughts when all of a sudden morning. STARKE 1
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    iround made by an old operation E, Macon Ga., to upend Christmas with as he turned a curve thl'rewall a (live: norm people half u chance and
    .;-M.rsball of Omaha Neb, impor.ter : his mother and had told friend i at whole circus ahead of him-and threebig I! I'KOVIDKN'Ci- : I
    ; I Lakeland that he intended to retire.A I ----- --- ,
    I tof oriental rugs Buffered a hetnor- elephants were among the troupe.

    i iige and died alone in his room ind' :I Believing, no doubt that he had been Providence Dec, t0.! ;Mm'mn Douglass !
    the i11sboro hotel Tampa after an consignment of a carload of Waterman suddenly transported into the land of
    of '
    and family Trenton spent a GENERAL INSURANCE
    l|,.Ineffectual> attempt to reach t.he11'- ink reached KustiH: this week fancy Mr. Rodriguez merely honked few last week with relatives
    \\!Jlbone'and summon aid. from New York City for the local his horn and days I.
    proceeded to the
    ? 1 pass
    of the .
    Henry I'elem, metiupull" HAROLD C. WALL
    1 branch of the L. Waterman
    ;' \ Pen
    !\'r I II circus. ail went well until Susie! one IUIHUIOHH hereVrle(
    traiiHulciiiK
    N '.I tree i of the largest polecats ever en- Company of that city and from that of the hue" a elephants with the Hoaar wile

    f teed the open door of a sleeping) room I point,wlII be distributed to Southern/ circus heard the honk honk of the nesday.lidded Duncan of, Luke Butler! vi'i I STARKE FLORIDAFiRE
    ,l'Q.\1 \Ft. LauderdaleVednesdny night dealers of this writing fluid. The parent Susie little out of sorts
    cur. was a '
    !Mr. and MrsA. .
    iced his uncle und
    aunt BONDS AUTOMOBILE
    LIFE
    qEadc' ,!I awakened the sleeper by knockingover company in New York in takingadvantage that morning and every time she hud I ,
    : L. IhiirjirerH Saturday.II.
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    of the Climatic
    A flash light showed Mr: conditions of road for
    !! j can. to get out the nn automobile .
    M. Williams wife and little Annie
    1 looking the place over of that section, where there is absolutely made her I
    ,v Cat:leisurely it angry. This was the Christmas with .
    Pastern spent.! --- -
    d tbe.'walking out He was very much no danger of this commodity I straw that made her accumulated anger Madison.
    be inferred.tits. freezing, and from Kustis will supplyits relatives near .. =
    hi 1ie't"{ alone, as might burst forth Into action. With 11. -- -:: r'
    \\1-; ( Southern trade, that city being thj loud "Whoofl" she swung into actionIn After a most duliKhtful: Visit, with

    - '. ; R. A. Foster was run down and headquarters for the distribution of I chance of the pesky old car, whichitself relatives Romeo Hii'lliriK(, wife and II"
    . of hero its ink. children have returned to Dundee.
    - .distantly: killed in the presence was of rather ancient vintage.
    A. I.. and
    o ?<,,. '?..,. daughter Saturday right as When Mr. Rodriguez glanced back MI'lrad Mrs Drimrera
    I(''s thf'rpeft} a tent show in Dade City. An open slop valve on the sprinkling and realized what was going on, hoI children were visitors to Lake Butler

    'I*: --Thethree{ started across the street hose connected with the :Injector I I also got into action lie pulled the Sunday. I
    when an automobile driven 1 by Han of the engine on passenger train speed lever honked for n clear track Mr. and Mm. J. W. TomlitiHnn nr1interesting

    - :'t Oreotzmocher struck Mrs. Foster No. 602 on the Seaboard Air Line, ahead und implored his fireman to / little RODS, Kenneth anti'

    ? knocking her to the ground and pnssf was the cause of Engineer W. II. Porter give him more steam. He was makinga Eli rlge, visi toil telullven near Palestine -

    o'''fing' f over her body. being severely scalded Tuesday af grand and glorious] dash for safety Sunday.To .

    .' .!, ; ternoon. The accident' occurred at when all of a sudden while glancing the regret of hilt many friends THE UNIVERSAL CAR '

    ; j\\< MrDel'lsie Fitch of Little laver! Turkey Creek station while the fireman buck to note the sflitus of things, h. W. F>. lllair contemplates, moving his!

    I '1 "who} was fatally injured at Miami ( was sprinkling the coal in the headed the gas wagon into a clump ofpalmettos CHtimahto farm ;near Ft. Call.

    J, :.whenishe stepped from a jitney In''I tender and resulted in the engineer ] und Rinnshcd it into a thousand MiMfc Maliel! Summers left a few New PricesF. M

    i front of a passing automobile driven l being severely scalded from the waist pieces more or 11.1111.Vhl'rc'ul"- days pant for Tampa whore the will K

    by.' Robert Lnmpkin came to her downward. A physician was hurriedly on he began his final prayers. At visit her sister Mrs. John rinhuUter

    i .death through her own carelessness summoned from Plant City and the which Susie was o convulsed with until after Oanpaiillit" week. O..B..DETROIT +

    i t"a'coroner's'' jury found. !Mr. Lamp- injured man was later brought to the laughter that the finally consented! to Mr. and Mrs. I'urvls Mull and baby

    : kli\;'stopped his car after the IIcd- Gordon Keller hospital. Physicians in yield to the importunities of her train ore visiting relutives. Mrs. Molt la Chassis $29

    den! ,and took Mrs. Fitch to a hospl- charge report that Mr. Porter will be pleasantly remembered us Miss Maud Runabout $32

    ,' tal)i';>, I able to resume his duties in a few HabitualOnji'jji; 'i1 n CuredIn Jo'rIllkklnd her many friends arc glad
    14 to :21
    : Days
    I JJ'ilr, t" weeks. to set her.Farmers. Car $355
    }' I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyfirm Touring
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    t I/Today) Orlando) contains more splenSto mrcd Svrun Tonic-LaxaMve for Hiikutiia' throughout our loculity.. "
    did race horses than any other city in II I A verdict that Mrs. Robert Pierson Constipation.; :- -It relieves-- ,). nlplYbut! after a most prolific yield of crops Truck: Chassis $445

    Iiif' Florida' There are nearly sixty hl.adff.'froY and Aston Durrance, slain Saturday thould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 cny! s I| and sufficient stored for +another, year,

    t '.all parts of the country wlntcrttthe night during a dunce lit Sutherland to K.:Induce ulatcs.regular. Very action.Pleasant It Stimulates to 1.ak...* and liOtfcu I are already beginning to dig In Mother Coupe $595.

    i, fair grounds. Their ownon'11have met their deaths at'thc hands of Carter bottle JOurth: in preparation of coiribiitting Sedan $660 I

    sought Orlundo because of Pearson wan returned at Clearwater with Mr. Boll Weevil next year. Some

    i ,; j'tralning excellence Here is a by a coroner's jury followingthe of our farmers were fortunate in p'l't- I These are the lowest prices of Ford cars *in
    \ track to work them on, High al- exhumation of the bodies. The WEAK< NERVOUS i ting u fairly rood yield of cotton
    attitude the history of the Ford Motor Company. rr
    amid swaying pines and oaks same calibre bullet that killed Dur- while others failed. Corn wan a bumper I

    I ,' 'li//' od'feed nnd water adequate sta- retire was found in the body of the ALL RUN-DOWN crop. Curie und syrup a sore spotto I Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
    Jblea and other desirable things. woman the found.
    .t. jury County Judge one and all. rotators not nearly
    promptly to insure early delivery.J. .
    Bird issued the order for disinterring so good as lust year. Finders excel I
    rI1.'B 'rtel. an Alabama farmer paidfine the bodies because no inquest had lent. Hog: in great numbers and a I'

    II 11', of $10 and costs to Escnrnbla been' held before the burial. A telegram Missouri Lady Suffered Until She remarkable yield of oranges. W. ANDREWS JR.

    'aonntyfor! having violated the state was received by Sheriff Mndey One or two of our farmers realized Dealer STARKE

    land federal plant act. The farmer's of I'inellas county, from Kentucky : Tried CarduL Says Result a nice little Hum from bananas I

    II' {truck was searched by I'lnnt] Inspcc- ordering him to hold Piernon Crown in our vicinity. I II
    Was Surprising.-Cot Along ... -.. ._ = ---
    \'tot' Knight and several sacks of satsu-! saying that the man was wanted In Jluphey SiHtrurik and sinter, Mae, '--' -- ; -:- -- ;

    -">'mal.rown';,: In Alabama were found. Jackson county Kentucky, on the Fine, Became Normal were visitors here Sunday. 1

    '. inspector,: immediately got out u charge, of murder Next Sunday Rev. John Dicks begins

    '/f..' ,warrant against Bartel for unlawfully and Healthy. serving the Haptlnt bringing citrus fruits into the state William Jyroe colored, was drowned this place.
    : :frojrt'Alabama' and the man paid the in Alachua sink near Haile's siding Mrs Levy Frulick and daughter OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
    Bprincfleld Mo.-"M back
    wag M
    !'?!. fin :for the violation. in the Tampa and Jacksonville have JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    .- " _< L weak: I could hardly stand UP. and I Louise returned from a visit
    .-- ., '-'I'1'Jj1'Ji: ; railroad. Henry Waits superintendent would have bearing-down .palm and with Mrs. Hugh Markham near Olus- SEED POTATOES
    That the killing of R. L. GriflTis 49, of the road who had taken Jyroe with' wa not wall at any time. nays Mr. tee
    wko wool! shot and mortally wounded him D. V. Williams wife of a well-known Sptulding Number 4 Ro.e, Early Red Bli. Triumph and Irish Cobbleri. W. are
    to
    r row a boat while he searchedfor farmer on Route C. this place. "1 J. M. Fralick who operates a sawmill now ready 10 quote contract price for December and January delivery.Our .
    j'f,, (In the night of Dec 1st, was justifirable some lost fishing tackle had a kept getting headache and baring; t. near Ft. White is spending Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Maine grown telected .eed. Advice
    '! homicide, was the verdict ren'deredlat' narrow escape from drowning when go to bed." continue Mr. William few days with his family. quantity and variety you will want.
    ([ the inquest conducted by the boat capsized throwing both into describing the trouble from wblch U. Horton I MARTIN'S IIY TEST SEEDS
    of Dundee has
    ."\ "$..,Craig of Duval county. Mrs. the water The sink at this point abe obtained relief through the use of purchased Have made: good with both the email gardener and farm er and the ones. .10.
    "jCar;; Call a 16-year old girl chargI comes close to the tracks. CarduL "Mr husband baring beard; a farm near here and moved his plant thousands of acre. Plant your fall crop with Martin' lly Teat Seed. and i.-
    up Engineer of
    \ CardoJ. proponed fretting It for me. family to our miilnt. sure reiulti.
    ,,eft I with_ _firing the fatal shots was re- Hudson he "1 saw after taking eome Cardnl
    a r, .. .. as passed the point Mr. and Mrs Perry Brown and children FALL CATALOGUE

    -. noticed Waite in . . tbat I was ImproTlor. The result
    .. "",\'IiaqoA: TONIC the water struggling was aurprlilng. I felt like a different of Columbia City are visiting Martins Fall Seed Catalogue i i. now ready. Writ. for It. Everyone interested!
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    '} .\' and clinging to the side of the person. the la tier's parents Mr. und Mr!. In Florida fall and winter crops should avail themselves of information contained
    11\-\ Grove Tasteless chill Tonic restores capsized/! boat. He stopped his train "Later I suffered from weakness: Charlie Clyatt.To in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who send In tlieM,
    J;: Cn: M' Enrlcbln the Blood. When feel l iutroiigibenlng. In I did not rent well at nl< you Mr.
    reaching Waits MARTIN SEED
    in a nervous and cronn. My husband said Fred Sheely and children of Jacksonville E. A. CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
    \Ij$\ .Invigorating effect see how row boat which was found on tho edgeof be would get me nome Cardul, which are visiting relatives here this
    It fcriog*1 color to the cheeks and how the sink and brought him to shore he did. It strengthened me . My week.
    .i,it tauawee the appetite, you will then in an exhausted condition.The doctor said I got alone floe I was la You will ( -
    Mrs. J. F. Johnson Reduction In Prices
    b'' and children are Big kor'"f :
    ,;appreciate Its true tonic valuerCrove'a good healthy condition. I cannot If you order J
    say too much for It." upending the holidays with her
    'iron Tasteless chill Tonic is simply body of an unidentified white Thousands of woman bars suffered at Sparks Ga. parents zer without getting our new price lists! just Issued. Plentyof

    ", and Quinine suspended In syrup.The blood Soi.plea4atteven man bearing two (run shot wounds in as Mrs. Williams dnncrlbei. until they Mr. and Mrs Cameron TIson ofI Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. 1"firtlHzers. Insecticides
    : children like It.
    oho back and two in the head found relief fmm the use of CardnL !: Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
    t saseda QUININE to I'urlfy It and IRON to was 'Since It fans helped so many, yon I{ I'errlchare visiting their parents this
    Ea lth J t DMtroY8 Malarial germs and found thoroughly submerged In a should not hesitate to try -Card 111 U I i week. I E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
    drip germ? by its Strengthening! Invigor- small stream about five miles from troubled with womanly ailments. I Allison Bidling, has returned from JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
    Effect. uoc. Jacksonville the 'I For sale II
    }lug on St., Augustine everywhere. K.U Jacksonville where he spent part of Get December 1st,1921 reduced price 'juts before buying) j 1 1jj

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