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 26, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04739
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1879. Subscription-1'er Year. $!..>() ; Six :.Months, 75 C"tnts. I'.iyuble in Advance. E. S. Mutt hewn, Editor: and Proprietor I

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J OP' MISS: CORN; TO I 11GIIT: CLl'HS IN COUNTY MKKKINGIDi.M I I : C i : I, L,\\\'1iiLaw : 1

1.1.. AND J :SIR. JO Ei1JQulI't : I I ,

Agent Traxlrr :Successful" in Creating ,' A iflrrrif{ (filjnatuuui MMPeople I Ivilli-d \Mu-u train Runs 'toy. 11(.('. Jd \Ih.! J. T. :Slooie J

/ but beautiful event of yeserday Interest Into .\uto at Crossing: was shopping In Jacksonville Tuesday.Rev. .

; nftctnoon thl' marriage of 'I I I I II. C. Tnjlur went to Jacksonville

MI I.I LaRuby Gornto, daughter of :Sir.ind County AKOIT'J. O.:Traxler ropoits nub Jacksonville, Dec. 'JJ. Fin''re Saturday<< to meet his daughter, 1

Mrs, David :Sladison Gornto andWr. that eight! agricultuuil clubs are now ; killed and another fatally injured ntI I Estelle fl'OIlllaltllll1I1, who will spend

Frank Lewis Jones which was organized in several parts of the county .1 I : 10) o'clock ycHterdii.afternoon when the holidays heie.Sir. .
lolemnized at 4 o'clock at the home of I composed of members of the corn, 1jtt! t tJ 5\Tinn llcar the Atlantic I'oust Line railway passenger I : nnd! :\11'''. Silas FUt<'ll wore visitors -

;he bride :10 Went Seventeenth street, peanut and sweet potato clubs. In tram :No..: 8:>, southbound, i to Starke Friday.Sirs. .

Springfield.,: Rev, :Slitchell, pastor of these localities the membership H sufficient crashed 1 into it seven-passenger/ automobile : W. H. Edwards. ", and! :SIiss Wilmi -
which the bride. is a member performed for which regular monthly meetings I economic and social strifo, yet Christmas is with us again, the old. Orange" Paik road in Rt.1 the /first part of the week to purchase

the nuptial ceremony, which have been arranged imd at which time' and the halo that surrounds this season obscures all the turmoil Johns Park about live miles southwest presents' for Grace :.Methodist Sunday

waa witnessed by relatives and a few the members will be visited and! given: and allows only the pleasing features to be seen. This I ", of this .'ity.I school Christmas tree.Mr .

:Intimate friends of the bride and bride instruction in club work. Ii Christnias will be as merry as any that has preceded it ; The dead are :Mrs. W B Talley ; ami :\11'''. Henry Bennett, of

rroom4The :Sir. Traxler hopes that by the middle there is a plenty of all the good things and light will come I Herbeit Simmons, 1 Ralph "':\lllIlIn,1 Jacksonville. were called. to Lawteyon

'. I living room wheie the wedlinfc'took of January the county will be well even in the dark places. James Selby Kobcita! H. Cravey, SarI iic-count of the illness'' of the for

: place, was beautifully decorated covered with these organized clubs, in I I"h Talley, 1 1:1:! yours .old daughter ofi 1 mer's mother. :Sirs. Hiram Bennett.

with hugi yellow chrysitnthenoiUs. order that the club members will get The Telegraph has nothing but good will to all and our i Sirs."" Talley. who was killed was, tai :She" was considerable better the lat- -*" .

: palms anil. ferns. The ceienony the most from the work and that much best wishes are extended to ('ver 'uoll '. Hut beside our well- i ken to theRivershje: hospital in a ilying tor pait of the \\"c-ek and wont to

: took plae-c before an improvis- good can be accomplished along these wishes vie also tender our thanks to those \\ho through condition. Jacksonville to I spend a few days.

Id tar of greenery with a backjrwftid lines, during the ,coming season lie II IIrh ('n l It. BD\' I
; their patronage, allowed us to ride through the storm of the Hl'110)1'1', pastor of the Baptist
"f ferns At either side was is devoting much time and effort to also The automobile, a Inige .Mitchell ,church moved here with his family
to ellicient gatherers the
;year, our news throughout
t till] pedestal suppotting vase of club work and with the (co-operation I cur, was diivcn by little llcibeit Simmons. last t'l'k. They are pleasantly located .
of the school teachers and others whoa county, who helped us to make the Telegraph interesting.May ,: The
>inlt: g-11I.lula.. ', I J piuty had been in the in :\11'''. T S. Stalk's cott-\go
! Hi,;, Robert Lei Hutchmson pro- 1'(' interested, i is meeting,: with success. they all, young and old, enjoy a merry Yuletide I :| woods gathering hollj and Cluistinasevcigiecns near the :Slethodist parsonage.Sirs. / .

I;tided nt the' piam>. tendering,: a progami I We give below the names of I K'en as the shepherds sang His praise ) nnd was ictiirnmg,: to the : James Slicpard and children .

II I of wedding music, and just bo'or j those who have joined the clubs up to When Kethlehem's star in glory shone, I I"":''city", when the tingedy occulted.Due 'I v\oro visitors to Jacksonville Satur- .

!' the' l"eremonII'; : T. Ervvm Peccmber 20th : I to the inclement weather the '
latch well sang d'l lank-lot's Be-c'uusc. i id'At Corn nub So let our voices joyful raise 'stoiiu "III.tuill"1',' up on the automobile day.E.
This Christmas in i I:. R. Williams, of .lacicsoiiville
day reverent tone.
Carl Andrews Baxter 1
the appointed hour the (couple Harvey Roy and this fact undoubtedly, obstiuctert -

,intered the room unattended to the Brooks, Vullon Brooks llollis Bower, The year now passing will be remembered in our his the view of the occupants; of home spent of11'several: anil S.week B. Gnllli al ths,

*rains of the- Bridal Chorus from I HOI .oIl,>nA'rin rendered by :Sirs. Hutch- I.ce demons Owen Carter, Jessie I doubtful if of the
any paity saw
boiled nnd for sit List burst
surged many years through OWil'confinements i i. I.. Futch was transacting, business
M>n.The. Pukes HowlinA', Henry the otll'lI..hinJ'lIin/ until it was
? Arthur Douglass. I.nuru Durban and spread: their black smoke over the la 1d. '' ill Stiu'ke Tuesday.Sir. '' .
bride lovely in her truvelItf l- the closed car.The .
Yet with Jod's help we have been enabled to reach the third : and :SIis. J. II. :SInore were visitors
Clinch Eden He Id
suit of brown chiffon velvet, with Fred 1 Kntminger/ Ell-I automobile I i 1 was 1 struck with ateinfic
ji essoric-s to match Her hat was aae die Frolic, Frolic Luther rung on the ladder of our national life. We have made good( clash and was I splintc-ied J topieces to Jacksonville- first of the

/ model in brown velvet, trimmed Aubrey Gaskin Clevey Griflis, Albert our boast that the American people rule this country. An l some of the wreckage": being"flagged w'cok.Shs. I

th an orange feather and her flow- | Griflis, Roy Griflis, Albert Hardee, I intelligent press and wise and firm statesmen: have brought ,: .some distance fiom. the spot :\ A. H. Hniley and :Sirs. V. R.

were orchids and white sweetpoas.r Joe Hendricks,! Oscar Hunter, Joe us through the clouds, and we again see the sun shining and where the inachine was struck. ,Reddish: went to Jacksonville Saturday
to purchase for the SI,
only ornament was a diamond la- j Hardin Bertha Hainugc Joe Harrell are full of hope for the future The I'tIim.'J',: instantly applied the piesents
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E 'hlll''h school Christmastiei
,,11 I icre, the gift of the bridegroom Hubbanl.! Hurley, Roy Joyner, Carl emergency/ In'akes ami I stopped his Sunday

'ollowing the impiessive ceremony I Johnson, Victor Kickliter Powdy :SIul- Yes, we are hopeful that the year 1)20! will bring the I train as' soon as possible. The last -.

( nuptial benediction, an informal j len Albert :Slizell Clyde( :Slanning,: KIlery : joy that cometh in the morning, after five years of dread (car of the tram stopped about two Sirs. W. E.: Tormlo and. :Mrs' Bigg:

ption was held during which the i ing :Moore, Robert :Sloore, and struggle. We are "over the hill," and with moderation hundred feet from thu dossing.The / wi>nshopping m Jacksonville", Friday.Sirs. ,
I :Slathis :Slinton Ieaman \Valltll'e'l : Dock :Norman': of I Raiford, ,
couple were showered with'ijratulations. J. O and intelligent endeavor we will forge ahead to bodies of :Mrs.' Talle.s' and Hcrbeit ).
Receiving with the'' Peail Purmenter, Tison (' Clllr-I now prosperity. KinimoiiH i who occupied the front spe-nl, last v\eek at the homo of :Sir. j
Let old conditions
us forget -they are a thing of find :Sirs. C. I R. ': .
Ie and bridegroom were the for1's ence Rhnden !Slouricc Rhoden seat of the- automobile. uiie scoopedup Sapp.R.
the past "Let the dead bury the dead Let look
plu'"ntl'11': ami. :Sirs. Gornto.; Ritch Ruhr RobeitEarl, Holwrt..1| us at on the pilot of I the engine together I R. Thede was transacting business

the latter's mother :Sirs. :Slary H. ( Clyde Rowe, Altn Rogers Ellis: Shaw, our new national life with frank and fearless eyes and let with pulls of thewiccked 111'. m Jacksonville We-dnesduy.. .; .
I IIr Ilitzel Sweat Hoy Tillis, Hubert Warren us fojlow where it leads with confidence not with di trut.
I", ". Both weie dead when they were le- C'ull'oot'n was a 1 business!'! visitor i

-. Gornto. motnei of the I Jule Ware. And for this happy consummation we wish to all u prosperous \ movc'd from the pilot. A long rugged, to Staike the first of tho week.Sirs. \ I'
ia gown of orchid tulle over pale i iu Sweet Potato Club | new year "lit ,'nlil'dy laid open the- face of the : '' J. V. :Slayo\ was a visitor to ;'

.- satin, with trimmings of I' demons, :Slin-i' boy his 11'k'IJ" broken and, his body I .lac'!ksonvillc' last week.Sltss \

14 blue panne velvet.airing me Leo> demons, :Slack was badly bruised.Sirs. : NellieStrickland! one of theiiKHiHtiints .'
Wilton Conner, Pearl Clirmichu'I'I' - ---- : Tnllej'x skull fractured.
the tec-option hour a (1,>Ii- I was in the \\'uwtey school, N 1
Douglass.' Jessie pukes, Epin ( und :she was alno b.idl.v bruised about the with relatives
1 course, witserved in the ,: BROOK; I.Uj B. II. S. 1I\-'I'j.'I': ; : BM.LTIOAMIN: : "ponding holidays
ll mr' loom. viInchviis; ,ilnpni-fitof Hugh \Dukes pearl pees, Alton
" |fc'' i hrysanthemtims; :; ;;; a'I; Howard lirrthaHarnagc I
Bit table (laid,. with lace Howard I GRIIM;J I ; were1 shoppers in
K vv.n a Leila Harris, Berry Johns, I i W. Haxon were shopping, in Staikelast boyteam of I he BI'Ilt'III'.IIII/h( / I '
(>tj, and centered with a cut glass School i well Jacksonville Saturday.JelV ..
w'k.11' i is on th 1'.1| luwanl the
Thomas Lee, A 11"1'1Iilll'r.: RobertSloore Graham DecL'J: :Sir. and MrsMurphy
r ,,tail nf. vi-llow' i'hi'>'sunthcmums..Assisting : :Mollie :Slinton. J. G. :Slinton, ;|: :\ and :\11'1<. L. A. IIl'0wlllln.1lis8: stale championship in basket hull.I : Prico. Kilc.v" Wiisdm weie in Picvutt and family moved. toCampvillo I
/ in receiving/ fie /guests Last I lust week when* he hits socured -
I !Eunice Hu/.en vu-ie sh"I'pinJin Saturday at Ot'ul" Hie Iliadford I
JI'nn"th.ttl": ; CUI.jol'mlln.: ; ,,
II. ", ClevyNoiman Hampton on business :Slonday.Chesley .
ptr Mrs. :Maude Brotherton and :Mr. I High employment.J. .
I. (Gainesville Saturday. by of
:': !Jel'hel.t.I'lI1all.:.: Truby Parrish a score C
G, :MooreAssisting Fogg wa.s in Gainesville L. E.; :SI.\ Rafuso down
( Fonzo Prevntt, Tiaon Reaves, J.j I I II. Warren' made a hu"ine"'l4J'ip"' \ 3J to II, Recently they also defeated and came
> the serving were :Mrs. J. P. Rimes Johnnie ', to Campville one day last week. | Alachua by a score of I'l: to 10. The Slonday holidit.vs at the home of her parents,
Willie R.tuloron
"# ..D1Jl''uncIrs., I. C. Jenkins; :Miss Rimes Slorgan: made u business trip to victonous players in Sntuidiiy's game R.V.. Warren and son, Harvey, Sir., IIl1d1: I'll. ,\. :SI. P.lanclianT.Prof .

*$' Solomon :Miss Sara Jenkins and 1 Felix, Bryant Reddish William fienevu Lucilc Supp, I I I Staike Saturday.Prof. weie llollis, Knight/ and Walter Kuhl of Brooker, were in town Monday eriloiite Scldcn, pimcipal of thu Lawley l
Sappp, Sapp, to Gainesville.;
I.1st Martha Itrotheiton.: '!I. A. B.i foiuuids Willie : si'hool, is hpenilmg the holidays )
Eppeison center
;' Silcox. Alfred Smith Tillis : E. W. Caiter left Fliilay, afternoon ; ;
, i>W i.r and( the hi ulo's 1 aunt, :Mrs. W.Epperson Roy Slary {'II pt. Carr Colley ami. Roderick Cros- Jeff Padgett left :Slonday for Jacksonville with re-latives' at Titusville.
his home where'
| Tillis Clyde Wilkinson James Wes- for at Oxford
of <;;tarkl'. poured coffee.D wheio he will undergo the holidays @.I
1 ter. he will fcpend part of the holidays with hy. guards; Oiville Giillis, Joe Wain- an operation. David Reddish" is spending .

.1 ning the cur'j! (evening tne couple Peanut Club relatives. He will also attend the wiight nnd Hurry Canova, substitutes.Walter at the home of his parents, :Sir.ami i iI\

ft for a wed-irjr! trip down the East Wilber Brown. Carlos Cason Henry Teachers Association at Bradentown. Kuhl was star forward, scoring H. D. Wasdin, Jas. Revnolds. and :\Ir!!. Jesse' Roddixh.Prof. .
11ir,)8 t. and on tlie'r retuin. after Jan.t Powling :Slay Gainey, Emma Grif- !!I :SIiss Beadie Croft left Saturday. for twenty-two points Colley played I'.n. Frank, Oscar Dyal Tom Wasdin Albeit Dubose is I spending the .
(' they will be at home to their a splendid l at were the visitors to Storkedm holidays at his home in Starko.Sir. :.
/game /guaid.( among
| fis"" Allic Harnage, Alh..rtliu'li.: Albert !!I her home at Lulu where she will spend
tor' .I 120 \V Braver street .
nt tho week.Sir. : and :Sirs. .1. B. Dye and littlo
', | :Sliller J. G. :Slinton, Bryant the holidays. The next game will 1>e in Starke! ing
11 > 1 i ', i liaim iv >ounran Reddish Clarence Rhoden. 'i :SIiss ITAz..1"III'I''n., a student of with Duval High on Jan. :a i, 1J! : (), on : Phillips, has tinned to his J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville, spent) Christmas

)f > and )t. is a wide circle of ? .-- .. | the Bradford High i School Staike, i.sp'n.linA' isI the boys court at the school house. home in Alabama, after a week's visit day in Lawte-y at the home of
ui, who w.l' vx'sh; her ovcry baps' .1 here with his ;Sir. and Sirs. A1.: Blanc-hard.
daughter :Sirs. Frank
1 ANTHEM :NO. It I I the holidays with her par- The winner of the game will likely bu! ,
'1 in her ftiTie-d; life She atf -
: Abet'nuthy. Raymond: Hcss, of ksonville, was
winner of the state
('nt!!. championship as
I I1 |I
lIr l \Wesley i college/ in :Macon, I Roy lo'II'rtH.' of the VVnteroak a visitor to Litwtey Sunday.Sir. .
these section
Messrs. Russ Brown made teams are always foremost
and a eontenders. -
Inter att -"cling the ';-1.' rldn State :Sly country, you're )peach best ,
: Sirs. W. A. of
trip to Staike Sunday IIft<,rnoon. The home\ team deserves was heie Tuesday on business.Sir. !' and Ilarvey,
the brach This
ge for Women in Tallahassee pebble on I (contend : and :Sirs' f'tews of 1 Km ford. Baldwin, fipe-nt Sunday with relativesnear .
Sld andell p'en when the High Co--t nil of ,, :Misses Eunice: ami F.1I1i1111': Hit.en'spent jour suppoit. Come out nnd help loot
iv an accomplished pianist / queers .
II known in Jacksonville musical ( my later years, e'en when the profi- ': Monday in Aluchua shopping.I thi m to victory. were1 Wednesday on husiness. LawteyVuseoe :
Jim Kickliter Crawford of Jacksonville
find :Sirs. BlancheWills ,
:\ : Shriver and Inez
10II teers rob without end. Ijind of thePilA'rim' i 1i"S'KhlrlllI'rit( 1
l'S, I I Abernathy I spent Saturday in Alachun.I DOVT: KK'II'KN: SEIMIMT : of Still I'I lie, were visitors here' spent Sunday( with lelatives near our t
r. Jones is a well known youngness ! u I :Sir. and :Sirs. (i. B. Colson spent
known hide with the tail. I'll always
man nf Jacksonville and a goes ,
Irvin lla/.i-l Futch returned!
Sinn-hie, nf Oakland returned and '
who administer
Friday, in \Lake Ilutler shopping. peisons "! < "permitted to
nf i :\11'''. Han.v' :SI. ,Jones of this sing your praise even if bilking to his 'home Wednesday" where bet will from Jacksonville Sunday after spending 1 :
G. I II! Colson has purchased a "Ford hog cholera Hi-ium in Florida
lie also has host of friends. jays sting me in fifty wavs taking
a spi' 'nd (be holidays. a few days( with their sister, :Sirs.Ury !
will extend congratulations, my kale. Land where the income tax touring car.T. Thin: Dock Willfird lias, returned from Giinli; 'r. ;Sirs Gunter: returned 1
It Pmholsler made a business is to adviv tliai under no cirumstances -
automtic Ifwe
mong/ the out of town guests' at puts jacks under my .
South Florida wln-ie he has with them.
He <' will I the hoard take hack been employed
have trip to Hampton Saturday. was accompanied )
briefs and
\ J, woeproblems
w'dlinlr1'1'' : 11'V Eppor-: .
for the S.V.. Leach and family scveiiil (
l Grandma; Baxter who VII'.j.h'l'I'' .>d from thisotTire. past two or spent
hy any si-ium II! '
of St.-irki" aunt of the hr fIt.Irs.; : ami things like tho- ", sons on ourheads months. thr""I' days lust week in Lawtey ut the .
left foi Bowling Green: where' she will \;;
and let's look abroad!
rge Basse-It" of 1'lIll1tka11'; : De1 toes : the with her At the time J. A. J. ;SIcKiiiney; II fill wife, of home e>f Sir\ and !Mrs. A. A. Smith. ,: !
t Icin. 's Staiki- cousin of the Over on other ,shoit-s they hllII mil pend holidays daughter, vim sign/ applicationblanks _. ---_.- '
:\11'1<. W. A. Till I". for those o'd"ring"I'um and Sampson fiU. were henWednesday,
llegroom. lion where have hark
:SIN-cs Eva andpi'i'in. sores we
and the one
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guests of then daughter, Mrs. N. I ). f'lIUIST.\I.\S \\nii i 1'111: sr.Mv
VIMIH this fait that
to the the F.1.: lTaz'nn" u visitor to the "pli-ase mention so
of Starke cousins of fmeign howl see how
: peasant I
Wynn and while liore :IIOOLS; /
there be misunderstanding mrvices. -
briil"TimesUnion" Sunday. growls: wiping his!'! \leni-wel jowls rounty seat Tuesday.G. may no /
look at the- !Hun. If have scattered ,: W. Ha-en and family left Fri- the port of the purchaser.J. | .j
[Ins" marriage i i of interest to many we ,
for :Miami where' will Rwnlthp W. DeSIILLY Luther Hull of Hampton was here 'I ii-silny evening tho Baptists
diy they ,
Reds futile heads
ki(> people. :Sir. Jones', father batting their '
business.Sir. socud each
Tuesday on !' an enjoyable and personcarried
with relatives. State Veterinarian.
\ of th-' lateevton. : ; Jones of on a stone! wall they have their 1 legions holidays They i.
: and in white to
made the trip by auto.U. -- -- Sirs.' Arthur Brown, of ; 1 u parcel wrapped
I Kiaiul. i iu i-ou-in of Captp. DoC thero, arguing black despair n. Johns a progressive farmer, SM.I: or WAR si AMPS;; UILL m: Sampson City were here 'Ihursdayon > be givi-n to t the poor, of Starke. Wednesday :I
Jomof this city, The bride jnwsmiths with wind to spare, also, ,
II DIM: 'OMl.MTDTin : business..Messrs. evening/ the .Methodist Sunday .
IJ I uphtor uf Col. an.111'1': [I. i with ,gall. Sly (country soon or late, j jyou'll shipped to the a fine Tumpa coop markets of turkeys. Saturday : Hollis of Hampton attended ,,('h.t.,1 hllla beautiful tree nnd Christ
("rm"I'I"f this city, and a get things going straight, get I
: We to little Cnntev sale of War Savings Stamps dIUI'd Inhere) Thursday evening. mas music. N'ext Sunday morning tho
J j are sorry report -
in their will
things tune to jobs
of :SirW. J, Kpperson spent ; men .
Oliver suffering from a brokencollar will be discontinued ""C. ''list I IJI! !!). Frank Bcville: of Bellamy was n Piesbytenan Sunday Kdlo.1. will have
useless strike and m Starke ami is well hike cutting out ; ,
Thi-n fore all having unllll-/ visitor here- Thursday evening.II. a treo for their membership.
hone, the accident occurring at persons
mhored b\' many friends. Their for the love of :Mike, let it be soon !
ed curiN of thrift should Gainey, of Itrooker was here
school Friday. She was given treatment stumps complete on
wishes for '
cxterids the best
-' ph _ A - I by !Dr. Russell.Juck the filling of same anil.I exchange business Friday. the care their children were given by

'" -.- .to :Sir. ami. -:Sirs-.--Jonrs.K -- 10 SI 'IIM'KIDFltS: I Frost was a visitor here last for the $:iOll Certificate Stamps which Joe Camp of lit-Hamy was u 'business the teachers. Sir. Mint was present
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week and did considerable? damage to are inti-rest-bearing. Thm is important visitor here Thursday.Sir. and. made a interesting lecture to the
.NOTESSliller ,
: DEMONrK: : .VT1OV : -- : and :Sirs, Alvin school .
the gardens. ai thrift stamps are not redeemable SIcKmney arid
The for
11 : sewing with club the held folio, ' '''ng must bo subscription paid in advance the Look Telegraph at the On account of the bod weather Run- but the $."> stumps may be redeemed !sinter, :SIiss :Mabel SIcKmney: of J. A. J. SIcKmney, of :\llIunt'ochn.WII" ,
meeting ,
day there was no Sunday school at any time until date of matur Louise, attended church here Thursdavevenirig here- SunIIY.Willllrd ( .
ltd im-mbt-rs present: Anna date next to your name on the paper ,
ity. :Smith: of Wmdmere, has returned
ither church.H. .
I''. . Carrie Belle and -ste when subscription exI !
> pli -. purulent ; your <
(. C. Surrency returned Slonday A. Lam-, Wituehula, is he-re visiting ( to upend tilt) holidays with hU:

MICpresident; Elsie Stokes Grettistt I j:" pires." On is expiration due. We will a new wait advance"payment a reasonahle from a two weeks!'! visit with relatives few days visit with her pAr'ntKIr: his flllllJt'htt'rIrll.: Jim Dyal.SladiMun parents, Sir and :Sirs. I.. C. !Smith.SIiss =: .

t'I'Y' SaW Waters, at Plant CityI""danws and MI'''. J. E.; demons.Mr Thomas and Arthur Wilder : Georgia Edwards left Saturday
i:. -. Rosetta Duke-, Francis! Wa- '| !' time for this pajmcnt to (; :\ Colsun and Pinholsterspont and l Sirs. :SI. P. Slatheny, of Windmere', have returned home to for Fort White whe-'ro she will
( Allene Douglass, reach us, then if it i.. not forthcoming !II
I'ecil! Parrish,
Starke the "p'-nd the holidays.Sirs. the holidays with her nts.
Thursday and. Friday at Pine arrived Slonday to spend spend p'
m Douglass, Alma Douglass: Opa I we will take the delinquent name Hill, holidays at their home Sam Pons nnd son, :SLtlley, of Lacy Pre-vittt has returned from

iford. Pearl Crawford Pearl mailing list. :Sirs. E. 1.. Cro by returned from :\11'''. Boats and daughter, of LaCrosse :Slounteocha' were visitors!' hero Friday Plant City, where he has been employ-
r<. vn, :Slmnie Belle Waters.t Start the new year right by having i and Sirs. Pons attended C.Rev. the month two
Lake City Thursday.Mrs. spent part of last week with the W. eel for past or
Flora C, Scott, county agent, your subscription to the Telegraph her LitchfieldSirs. OfTit of :Sirs. of Rlackshear!' ,
Mrs. Dixon
.. in advance : II. S. Warren will have a* her daughter, Arkansas un evangelist Equilla
a lesson on hemming and paid up holiday guests!'! :SIiis Ina Strickland, P. :SI. Barefoot and daughter, is conducting a series of meeting Ga. Is visiting her parents. :Sir. and

in The club adjourned to meet | A special train of ten coaches filled of North Carolina, and her daughter, Inez, left Monday for a few days !stay I here Jlp delivered very interesting Sirs. II. D.I Wasdin.Frank .
January. with relatives in Plant City. sermon last week and Beville, of Bellamy, will
with about four hundred Chinese passed I :SIiss' Edith, of Jacksonville.G. | everyone cordially
le cold wave that arrived Sunday through the state :Monday enrouteto B. Colson made a trip to Starke Remember services!'! et the Free Will invited to attend the services spend the holidays hero with his par-
Rev. this week. .
Baptist church by the pastor. ant
Kt made the farmers bestir themItillmp Havana, Cuba. The Chinamen were Monday.Mr. Ruis made a business trip to Joyner, Saturday .evening and Sunday The school closed Friday afternoon :Sir. and Sirs. tf. D. Wynn Mre the
who landed in San Francisco about ten I,
es hogs, and those 'Starke Monday afternoon. Pine Hill lodge No. 9 F. & A. M.. for a two woeku vacation. proud parents of a flno boy arriving
I not their their lays and ara being taken to Cuba
yet cut cane or dug ago
installation the The little folks entertained
left for Plant City on will give a public at were Friday.
(toes!, got busy. The cold weather to work on sugar plantations. Each Joe Surrency where he has employment Masonic hall Saturday, Dec. 27th, at by a program and enjoyed a Christmas Miss Thelma Curry left Saturdayfor
la I I of the coaches securely locked Slonday,
much desired check on the too were will the
I 10 o'clock. Dinner served and vUiting tree. Quite a number of parents Micanopy where she spend
who In teaching
of U S. detectives. :SIm :Mae demons,
irious under -
and strong guard
growth of the strawberry a ,
U. I| in the Baldwin school, is home on a ,. brethren invited. were present and showed Interest In holidays with her parents.ft



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'oeiiiitv. i lime', dowi the, .stulrs. :Silgnts / profound, sadness.' He realized how I -' -

II she VMIS, and -ill'hi\ us he wns 'lie different his feelings were now from I north. Do Spnln. alive to rn,' ' ,

., Hiked straight/ / to him In the darkness what they had been when she knelt before ties of hi. venture. set tils !11,,,i 1'1"1.|I"" 1
Nan ff .,n.1.I -1'.1'11.|| ? 'hi'I 1\\ een his feet him In the diirkened, room and, not o'lll'nt forward to follmv u,, ''

\ oiinil, IK.i. limntill",! ",'iikh: his... two daring to plead for mercy for her uncle I along( the sand., \\ltli II.. 111'"I, \," ., 'I'

,.mis/ "I 1 Mean1' cver.vthlug:. Huiry." nsked, him I[ white Hurries he '
Music bad ti,,' 'u. l"o.lng| '. .Mi lnvolin i
niiiiiinii III'; that ho Iind "I.,10 slow In 1 snow less pocket us n vvori .>

'.\ -Mil ul protest' was his onlv I II to gi\e. Somelluiii: him advancing, HI..I. He hoped, f", , :'
I |1''i.a-i.'' "I was nlrnld ol a |1'1..1. ; 1''PI'llId"t Ing from .
Mountain now Tor his coldmH at Ih. 'moment' tlI"'op "i t ..II.M. ,1", .,
..1111-' .ton. I sla.ved ut the head ol \
1 i I Hi"it I.111101, line thought of In..ri cry moment "I respite 11'11 tin" i iIng
;I.., stuns. lleii[ '>'. 1 told .vou 'long: io whirl ..
a guln.
1 .. i 'un'I'rll ,'I'IIr. his own.i WI. and with Inclose ,
"if dlcnillu! thing: would "ionic" In. j on the trull ihut
while had 1'1. '
riding In this thatbis 111
i VMIS wiiy
I I : ,'.1 1// us- ", '"I1'lhll.11111/ our liiultnd l lui., .III/.r./: he urged, the .I,
eM-J. the i "
; .\ now \it lot.ies' to dush nir i up of r"II,1111 11..hllnl.lly Ilrl
/ null he VMIS aimlessly following: \\llMI IhO snow IIL'Ilill I'Ins, i|
ii:,|,,, 'ss uli.'.1 it is tilling. i ijslio WU/"I ,
BY'" 'lui 1' no reason other than that Itliioui ibout him ho culi'nlateil \11,,,
.stopped him. though for!,Iddeti, "nitlLll sS 'It 111... 1/1'/| ,
FRANK H !SPEARMAN : '! /: a little : n. |11.| ,
rtoiild sm' some' / little I word, I Hint hi
Author of "WHr PERJNO SMITH"Cupr'iautbrCiui rloser, to her-Jirresiod" his attention.He should lie vviililn n mile of n,, ,
would even pat' her head" or press In i
;( checked, bis hOI''' the Hint Van wns 1''I'1' to rein" h run. ,,
liniid but lie sal Ilki one stunned. "If | o"Hlhlll/
Hall told I.I'll.: Iind "1111"11.1. Page gnp to Sleepy ( /I. Hut 'ilh. f,,, .
:" :0.(0<000000..00 It could) hnve been" an>'thing/ but this"" I
hud, stopped( Ids burses. Page had. met ground straight ahead" would ,
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Hummer's(toutIho she pleaded low and sorrow Iull.v'. "Oil.: .
two men on coming/: tho. ,In i Irotu driving to it
.vlij' did jou not listen to me lictoiowe 1"'I'.II'le fl'III Ur..ty p
man f"l'lIn11'1111111/ / .dojioslted After Kin' must hold' to the _
slowly, were engulfed1! My deni lluir.v'Vou gap I 1.UI'for the horses \ rltiln. ,
; his angular bulk with nrnund I her ..,,, .
care tipon who've given me all the happiness' bad tramped 1"111"llh for "II'\'lnj 'I'II. I".j< ,.jr
} the little chair. "My I 1II1I1'-lu' thtt! one-thi' hud 11'11',1, < | lilt to I trail <'oiiiirrii'd I li," i.,,n.,. ,
the blood '
/ I have ever, had-' that ol ni.v \\1/01 "rlJI..t.I II
"i tenseness of the dark .the words own .should come against .vou ..milvours" f'UI the and I struck 'IH'IM.- 1 .. I A fresh drive of Hi. vvi I', i i I..'n

''' net-mod, to" carry added lIIy"tpry-"ls : The emotion she MTU.'d: ; !' d '-eit north : the tw > ""r"'II'I. or him us he turned, diioitlv i, 'i" )1.. "

I'I I',4' I'll rda loo. with null lought luiik", with nil thestionglh one, \\1 M led li'irse.( bad) "1111'1"0" h icli I ut luturvuls could lie "ct. ,.u.j uMIC .
"You've: got a brother-Joe Pnrda- for" the. :
I' I / ol hei" nature, rose m a iesistless Il1t. / .. Tlie ,
JOl"t"d, De WIIOI "h'pl. driving n I' 'V
/ Spain to trap him. .\l' tliN De Spain |
tide, Hint her In tin "I
svvipt on 11111'1"1I
compelled him 'than .
"No, I'vot brother 1101'" om e I '. "
j plain, Jim Pardaloe./: no I am Just ot Ills, -ilolieo! to di snail'. I out u..nIn0' ins hOI.-t outside, I ,'u''I I.' olIhlilj 11"1
Her iiren'h no longer nintrolled. "uuneluukciil.v I fiet Wlial did, It ? Taut 1'/1/ time I ho lost the ,efloi .
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"Sny what you have got to any, ,I .' and hoi.. V.MII,,, \tniullid' I "God Pity the Men That Put It Over." \ 11''" 1 : I I to .<"< "
Jim." 111I have fllll1 n ulth """10.11 ""' was more" prolongedt' nni. I I"

"The only Job I could,) gel In .tho gap "Vou. linve '1t"11 vif.v" lond (Iu me. I gers on his throat. 1 m1\1.., nnd' the gap', abandoned, his 1 |ob. umt; utod "They've Got Your Rig !" Cried De I (Olll'I.t. to ride I the '1..1'1 'm \

.-- -- was with old Duke lol.Inll-l'v(. been" 'I. ,iv MIUVC. UL'tu Hie onli inau I've | talk to him, 1,1 him what I think .r.. for Sleepy ('ul hit this VMIS unlikely Spain.'I I I IrefIn find tlie I"'I." 'and 'il :

working; for him off and l ou. u.nl11"'U i> ever known that always! everywhere, I him-I might' know w hit I would want lie might I."." encountered 111 ",11" 111', '' 111 1.p lime when minutes miubi 'm. ":

thought/ ot me first, i told 1 you I didn't to do-\un mlghl'/ be there to see and lilies. been pointedly advised, to kei'p I I" .11' III,.*I\ ,t.. \ .' I 'IK-' I Hut ns long as he i onld he i lu,

log Dave the Sassoon rest ot mv Thenwere' (line with Halo ami dosi-rvo If, vvnsnt worthv of It-" judge between us. 1'0 he almost willIng away from the ''WI] and "uoiendcd" tostart I 1\, In .:,!t. t "., o, CM ,.dined, l)..1 the, stiiurgle to I Irnik hei \nth' |I.|

In flio three men Ills hands slippi,.d, silenllv, over her I to leave I things to her to ....ll. herself. I, for Sleepy (III. '0 avoid rouble Spain The II li-ln i I' 'tin- In-i"i linngInir HIW almost where I the sloini' had s: ?

put up the hnru-biiniing.job." / I Dave Snssooii minds. He gnlhered. her close Into his I I only want whll I'K right. Hut," ..' with thorn. 1..1111 tho ..cult 'he skv I i>|1| HI-| i..colored, in'ross his tho, two \1I)'flll"'I'''. Neltbei, h, i, '.

arms, and/ his tea'' fell/ ou her the on Hi that recorded his closingthreat more probable' i uni luslon, De spnln.absorbed ,i horse 'mil fi-rii'o. 1'Alpll. lollmvidbva wns I Insetisihle, to Its dnngi'rtinnixed -. \\ J' "

"11'-1111.\\here.' Is Dave Sussoon, now? turned, luce. UP-I I was ...11'.1.1' nnd, 1.111'. ..... "If ,) In bis spci-iilatlons. continued 'iostlt-r, 'p|" :1..0 i Ml ilie limn ,dnor. I him was that' I 'm.'in Ilk. I I'I'' ,..

/Itotli men were silent for n moment.esterdav any harm comes that girl now fl'ol i,' toward. the gup to see. whether he l'nUhll Hull 'loildeil, ,lie Spain. "Said they 1lOI'glli should be oi.t In It. Hi. 1 ,
"\ CHAPTER XXVII. I this wild, trip hack iiinong those wolves not pick up) the trull of Page's rig wanted to "e' there 111l'k. She lig'erd : -i spot where they hud halted and' wi,,I,

I De Spain reluctantly.morning's fight? asked I -<;"| pity the men that put It over. I'll I ther ou. fllr'l on 1 bavin' "i lew nilleK' ''iv strlklu' the' n start that i.becked tbe 1"'IIt,1 .II I .

.n..I'I....n sir., ...' Hone Forlorn. wipe out the whole accursed, clan, If Ihave \\'lllln \ mile u further hill 1'11 In. So 1 takes their horses heart, his eyes fell on Ilr footn' ,:

I "How did 1 he hnppiii, to eat<'h us ouHI There were, hoiiis In that, night that to swing for I right here In awaited hI 1. Tim two hor"II. who i and on 1 was hciidin' fur the gap.hen not yet obliterated, beside the WHC..Ctnuk. ..

I I Cn[lit 1111?" each hnd reason long to remember ; a Sleepy Cat !I" had 1111.1' for tin,, gap utter stopping I \\ they Iut out ofIght, I turucd'rouml .

"lie saw n Ure on Mimic inountntnnnil nlglit/ thnt seemed" to bilng them. In John J..te.r. .Jeffries, Scott In turn Pago/ had, I.f Hie I rlli. turned to "lieMiuth -" The sight/ of It was an electric shock.Throwing .

wntdied, the lower end of the spite of their devotion to tho end of took him In hUllc to hold\, him during d"wI u small draw, which wouldscreen UVCD us he spoke the'swift-rolling' himself! from his horse, he

all night. Sassoon) wus a vvldeavvnkoman. gap their drciint. They purled, Iale, each three days, to lestrain the fury of his I Ih..1 from sight uud bet out rurtiiln of mist ovelliend, blotted the kn..1 over It in the 1rl. olillvniiis, fi,ron

." I I Irving to soften the blow ns It fell onHie I r..lItn"nt. and keep him from riding across tho, desert.No I sun out of tho sky.Do instant of everything but that II '

"Well. I'm' sorry, I'u rJa, 10l'," conitlmied I other, l'II'h professing. il courage to the gap In a temper that each of trail und no habitation lay In theIIlr"l.tIII Spain. sprang from his saddle tracery meant her presence., when. IK

I I>o Spain) nfter a moment. "No- I which, In the face of the revelation, th.1 knew would mean only \ tragedy they hud taken-and Itheemed with u l'IIIIlnl old'I' to 1l.\IlII. "Getup now bent, hardly half nn hour IJfo", i ,

,lmdy could l cull It my fault. It was neither could clenily, feel.In worse than \\ hit had gone bl.tort. I clearer to De Spain that the a saddle-horse'! lie !swung, after u moment's k"1 ., i*..

eltfter ho or I-or t the life /of a woniiin the morning Jeffries brought Liven three days of tactful r'prts..ntu-I second horse was I 1..1 IwrlSt. There "A hlr..el". cried 1 the startled bllrt tiny, Into his saddle, with fresh I.80Iv. i I.

'|who never harmed, a hair of bN heiid. ,down to De Spain who had spent asleepless tion and patient ndmonltlou from cool- was 1 story In the Im'II'lt. but his Interest boss, \\ hlrlul on host I..r. "The Pressed. by the rising fury f '
innd l n woman I'm hound to protect. He'was .. night at the oflice, a letterfrom b.III.1 counselors did lot accomplish I lay In following Page's move strongest legs In "III hi.. and) don't the wind, the wayfarers had beeon-

running when he was hi I. It heJiad Nnu.De ul they hoped for In De Spain's uttl- ments, and he spurred swiftly forward lose u 1out! Lady Jane ; up with I from this point, De Spain saw "

got to cover again there was jioth- Spain' opened It with acute misgivings. tude. Ills rage subsided but only to i to see whether his messenger hud re her !I" Ie11..1.: bellowing his orders plainly, hardly, more than fugllli's.

..t lag to "stop' him from pkking: both ofvi Hardly uble, to believe his be followed by n nettled gloom that 8111l'l the gap trail and gone on with Jnto ('l'hllilhllllI/: with bis hands to Good ground to the. I.f. here th> ir

off." (')'l'+l. he blow ly read
"He was hit ID the bead." Pen rest-A wll.l hope lina cotnn to tne. anger at tiny moment. \IHt to the mountains, without recovering Spain In a second Mannon HeckerlLanion I ,! Their trllki wandered ou 1 Mi-

Do Spain was silent. I'tThupa we don't know Hi* truth of thla A report reached McAlpln that Gale any trace of Page's rig. lie Wbut In h-1 are you all do open desert like those who, losing' "lu.

"It was a soft-nose! bullet," continued should terrible be gtory condemning aa It really poor la Uncle Suppose Duke we Morgan wns making ready to return to hule. I was certain now thut Page ing?" he roured), rushing hack with a age, lose their course In the confUM.o'

Pnrdnloe.A without having the real facta? Saasoonwaa Music mountain with the remnant ofSandusky'a 111\1 not gone Into the gap. fusillade of ou ths. "Look ullve, every and fear of the Impending, peril.

pill a there was n pause.! "I'll tell a> wretch, Henry if ever one gang, to make a demand Perplexed anil annoyed 0e Spain botyr"! And with this II'rpn"llulc.rtnIIIY
a curse to everyone What IIVeel-1 on Duke for certain andpurtnersnip from the high ground which he satins "Coming !" lifter In their De Spain-.. "
you about thut. I'urdiiloe. DeSpnln property on yelled one voice anotlier -
; too.
could serve bv renpiLLlnir thin atorv. .LL '.L. L __ . d ... _. '. dlrcl'tol."III"h..c _. .
f ,: went on collectedly. "1 lost my lie muat have; kept very secret till now, I nujusrmenis.!: '.ms rumor norse, cast nis eyes far over the from tie depths of the distant nisi nopes or iracKing ineni. me HIMUI

r rifle before that man opened fire onus. don't know, but there. wan some reason. i he telephoned to .Jeffries. Before talking desert. The brilliant sunshine flooded stalls. swept. the desert now as u hurrlcnui'jsweeps ,

,5 Nan happened, to have her rltle 1 must know the whole truth-I eel that with De 81'1111. Jeffries went over It as far as the eye could reach. He De Spain run Into the office. Page the open sen, snatching I Hi" !
1, alone ran get hold of It, and that you I the Information with Lefever. The two scanned the vast fallen snow from tho face of the ear1at ,
with her-It she hadn't, he'd 've would approve what I urn doing If you space without detect caught his horse, stripped the rliln
.i dropped one or both of us off El Cnpl- were here with me In this little room agreed It wus right, la the circumstances ing a sign of life anywhere though from Its holster, and hurriedly began ) the sea-gale, flattening tho face. "!

''tiIO.'e were pinned< ugnlnst the wall where I am writing at daybreak to show that Do Spiiln should be nearer none better thun he knew that any uncmchlng. Hostlers running through the waters, rips the foam from i'' "

I Jlke n couple, of targets. If there were you I.onll my bi'fore heart. this I shall be than Sleepy Out to Nan. Moreover, abundance of It might be there. I5ut the barn called shrilly back and forth, frantic waves to drh'l It tn wild si ml,t. |

'soft-nose bullets In her rltlu It's bernuse I speeding toward you tlie get KnP. I am leolng the period of waiting she had enjoined 'I his gaze caught something of Interest and De Spain springing up the stairs ding frllm..llts across them.De .

she uses them on game bobcnts.iind to fnrl". puke to R'pt< from him the exact ou him was almost complete. ., on the farthest northern' horUun and to his room pro\idcd what he wanted Spain, l'llhlH/ horse. forwn'unbuckled "'

mountain lions. I never thought truth. Uncle Duke la breaking. -ban Without giving Do Spain the story ou this his scrutiny 1."I"11 long time. for his hurried I gh t. When ho .Int.o his rltle holster. t threw. \."

of It till this, minute. That Is It." come broken-a nIt and we now must thaI fm-e the very It, he worst will him tell fully the two men talking.: before him A soft brown curtain rose, Just nbove ,, down with con Is on his arm the hoofs the "l'lIhhlrt., and holding' 'the W"I") ,

; "What I dime up to tell you hUll to me what I oak Whether I can get him let the discussion dl'lf toward n proposal the earth line against tlie blue s.y.; Toward of Lady, Jane were dUt'-I'11I1 do\\n the I" In one hand. tired shot lifterli"

ilo with Dnve Sa--ot.ii. From what to repeat thin to you. to como to :you. to on his part' to go down to Cnlubasiis I the east It died, awny and toward long gangway A stable-boy slid from at m"u"lrpc Intervals to attract n

happened.. 'I today In the gnp I though: throw. I hlmmlf don't know nn y"r But pity It ,Is my for dearestOMB. this. Imn wl..rl he l'olllmore, easily keep the west It VMIS cut olt by the Superstition her' biuk on one sidu as Itull Pagu attention of the lui. I be "'llohl: Hihausted >

>ou ought: to know it now. Hale and 1 irnlni; to try und for I bi'B of track of any movement to or from the peaks.De threw the sndille nI..R'4 her from the his rltle iiniuiunKlon \II.! !

I Hike 'ipinileled Jesterday over the way your Invn: tho love of I'Ihl\: v been I gap, and, this they approved. De Spain, 1 Spnln without giving the weather other ; hostlcis caught at the ,'llId1II. ,, eliciting any answer. The wild .h" ,

things turned out they were pretty I HI him" pl'O"'I-lh..1 until! I ut least vou will li-nrn let everything me stay with ami I already ( baling under I hardly en signs much thlllllht. r"l'ol-'llzl't: Illil'hUIO.t. I while others buriledly. rubbed, the I.I I with I roar iigalnst which even I i .'

bitter. This afternoon. (iale took It tip inn hrlnir! I the vhnlo( Htory to you. 1C I i 111,1, restraint, lost no time In starting hit mind was tilledith, of 1.lh''rl'l: mare. De Spain, his I report could lumllj, carry' nnd, r H'MIOVV

again with Ids untie, and it ended, InDuke's cun hrlnir lilm 1 will, I for Calabasas, di'.ctllli Lefever to 1 own anxieties mid he rode smartly I .11 r'AIIln'l,"I"'r.U"" giving swept ,down I the sinks in I nblast. '

J tll'l\ IlIg him clean out of the.Klip. And I hnll lie> M"f.. with him-perfectlysafe follow next day.It Inn-It( toward l111I1' because he purling Injunctions, and the Flakes torn In-. the fur. "I tligale ,.

." ... ." .. 1 Unle know haa I inn been trust driven and nvvay he will limlitloe be- added nothing to his P"ICt ofmind was lot at ease over the plzzh'l in the burn boss, I..uo cot ked down, and eyes were ln"'I..d lithe bitter \I i::

: "Where hits he gone?" under) the roof with me 1'101"0. do not In the morning to learn definitely trail. When he re" tidied I the depression cant furtively on the scattering snow- Into powdered Ice I that stung horse 1111rider. '

"Nobody: knows >...t. I'd:. Wlckwlre try to com. to me It might ruin everything from I..AIII that Hale Morgan, within where the IlrHl'lll bail, without anyapparent Hakes outside, was listening with an at Oistlng iiwai' the tisoli s- i r
told. me that father Only forgive me. nnd I shall be be Unit recorded hly blue, and pressing his horse to .
once >our was shot twentj-four hours, bad really r..l.o. 1\1.1 ""llh. halt 1'nl"l Ind1 every
1'iicli nlth what I hope for or what I tllp
from ambush u good( many jears ago.It r"lIr.ery., very soon Not till then can peared, from l'lllhll"lu .1. Should he follow them or turn uttered sellable.Once I limit of her ..1'clI.h and enduniti

wns not'111 of Medicine, Bend on a I bear to (nol< Into your .eyes You have any kind had, come t"lc mountain north to follow I'I// wanderings? IfPago only he Interrupted : "( the un.vleldlng pui m-i" "rode In 1 grColling ,

much near the Peace river ; that .voun .a bitter rlKht than anyone. In the world. for 111)'n: one at Calabasas had been slr.,1, a way fl'III the you're rlillii' out Into tills thing "lIrY'1 11..1.' Into the storm to
to Itnnw the whole truth cost what It ,
: found out who killed him gap. for time, he had don't do In, If ahead, of Its \i.i" ,
'f"' "vcr and may, Hu patient fur only( a little whllu was aware even that Nan had gone I [probably' no In I It. i lu"I.le.
(. that one reason why Jciu came up Into with NAN.It Into the gap again. Itob Il'Of was ut f.I'IIIIIIII that De Spain wanted, and "1 can't help It." snapped te) Spain firing' U"OI shot from" ln,. n \ ,
thl"l'ulllllry to keep an eve out for wns Jcflrlcs( who snld afterward! Thief Hlver. De Spain t..h'phlwc to I I.. Spain knew his "lunlll111 persistence impatiently."It's '.

u clue." lio, hoped< never again to be tlie .bearer him to come up on the early stage, nnd well enough II I" (.llld"lt I man killer." '

"\\biit about It?" asked De Spnln, I of a letter! sutb us that. :Never: until turned, bis attention toward, getting Information ho would bo, biuk ou the gap road, and "I cnn't help It."

, '. ..... his tone burdening."I lie hnil., rend and /grasped: ) the contentsof I from Music mountain without \\lhll the cover of the mountains, before "Hob S""I." If ho, w'" hero, 'ud, never :

mis riding: home one right: nhoiitII :Nun's note had Jeffries. seen tbu violating! :Nan's Injunction lot to I Morm should overtake him. Ontbe let ..von ill It. I'l ride, wl' >'i tnvsc'lf.Henry. . i
month ngo troin!! 1'"I"IIu"lIlilIh Sns.on. I north the curtain had risen I worked, for "
bundle, of resource and, nerve und, frl..trllt. her most delicate effort with hrl\1 .vour tllwr-
I\'I *<. He'd. been drinking. 1 let hli.l sinew, Hint /11"1elllh'eI Henry
'' tto tlie talking. He begun tisslng you :Spain) go to (lit........ 1'cir once, troubleoverbore I possible senut to look Into herpresent /peaks of the range. r..lilhi"/: horsestretch "Ilonrv[ '-"

put, unit. talked prctl)' hard about whnt him.Uheii nnd report, on It, McAlpln [ Its neck, lie hesitated I moInel "Don't talk t In mo"! Do as I t1 jou !" >:
Jou'd done, nnd what he'd done, and ,11111111 I IOI.r tr.viug to ,dot.Ide whether thundered, De : '
.. he wns aide to spenk he told ,'uIIII point, only to Hull Pago/: -ull. :
.1\. Wbut ho was going; to ,do-" :Nothing, to I..How the men to tlie south or the honed his head. I I"Ketidy
Jeffries cver.v, 'lhln;:. "It Is my fault liull \\IIi u ready In-IrlllllIt. but his 1.\I,11 !
It seemed.., would I lull'ry the story.'Tl : wagon to the north. A woman might "
ho snld. value become :
hopelessly. "I was so crippled present as an assistant hl,1 jelled Pago, buckling therltle
., nn Ily. Snssoon sn.vs : 'That hound> .. have done 111"1'. P.ut no IoUI uugelVMIS holster In ....
so stunned she must have thought : n matter of doubt, since prac 1,11. Still talking. and.
flout I know vet who bis dad. I Itwns there to guide bis
got see It now-that I was making ready I tl'lly'ry man In the gap bud, ,1''I"lon. and In with 1\r.11I glued to his ..I how. JI" ,
Duke Mm" gun ; that's who got him.I to ride out by d a.v break and 1 .shootDuke I Ihr"ll'n,1lhll the week to blow his another moment he wns riding rapidly Spiiln vaulted Into I the saddle. caughttlie
\ vva.s with Duke' uhei: he turned the to tbe south with the even( brown,
down It's, the head off though Hull felt lines .
ou sight. price a : hll"llt no from lul'" hlll.I. and
t..lele.'t'. rode down to lie spnln man must pay, JttTrles. for the ability ! scruples against/ tniiUIng/: an attempt to misty cloud behind him rolling higher steadied. the l.mlv as she sidesteppednorviitsiv

riitub" one night: to look up a rustUr.' to defend, himself ngalnst this reach Music mountain and get bnck |I Into the lortl..r sky.CHAPTER -McAlpln, following closinnd '

.1' Ilint. concluded Pardnloo" "was ull bunch of holdup. 111"11111.1. assassins.Because iigaln. I was proposed. by the ciinnvMcAlpln dodging tl > diiiiclng hoofs as Inliin1 .

Silssoon would say. they can't get mo, I'm u 'gun to send him In with u h'lm XXVIII.Oe !,. il i ,UN,,-ily' up to l'II1'h the last
lie, . He, .
stopped.. seemed tn wait.
man'--' and light wagon, ostensibly to bring ttnri i I I" ,mill tour beil the horse with

There was no word of answer none of ":\'>, >"ou're not a 'gunman. out his trunk which. If 1 had not h..1;, Spain Ride Alone. I tlie Mm -. she leaped" I through the ,door. > 1 1J

comment from the man sitting near "A /gunman and nothing else. 'Hint'swhat fed, to the horses, was still In Duke's He had ridden' the trail but J short ,\'iv.' ii'"' n" rnIsI( I backward hnl.1II
It him.. P.ut for 011" at least who henidtho time \\ It led him In wide. .
r everybody, friends and/ enemies, barn. As soon as I rig/ could be got up I h1 I angle/: 'I I hlii'l' Ituiinlng outslrlo the.
passionless' monotonous recital ofa backward ami,
reckon' mi_ ):u 1111I11 II. You put, me Page started out. around towllr.1 Calabasas ,d"iii, i veiled. I < burns of cries
1- murder. of the long there followed .. nnd he .
found .

ago presently, that tho .
af '
here to cleiin out this. Cabibnsas gang It was 11111''l.tlIhl'r.: A fur, clear \fl''llvllll( Iwr"t'lll. and I
1 n silence, as relentless. ns fate, I I.11"1 ho wns riding after were
nut because of lilY good looks, but ulr drew the snow-capped, ranges; apparently ''i" i n in. "x'lr..1ro/ , watched
a silence shrouded' In the m.vstery oftho beinusu" I've. been so tar a fl'IIt'II"n of I sharply down to the. pje of the h"11111111 for the stage hlrll... Inthe tfi". I '. 1th a do/.en great .strides !j "' 'v SiSij

1 darkness nnd striking despair into If the lighted I tw 11..111. curtain had' ,dark "r"im'l' II" < ,ilnl.asas trail! iind :
two h"II.t"-1I, II second" 'quicker on n trigger/: than I us speckles* sky t..rt-1 ((1..lIp.1
silence more fearful ened. Toward, Cat Hie J
i SIt..p> landscape poni vvi'h: her rider Into the
; these eI'I\lhlt..I-d\ crooks. radiant sun, were but I 1
i" than any word.Pnrdnloe \\hlrllll
was obliterated.
It. tho
rigged to trli k the retina. De already I I IMi
.J Jeffries, from behind bis pipe, regnriled 'r..lulolll 'I"W t
shullled his feet. Hi south the sun shone, the
air .
In tho In front of tlu' hit hl.1 ,' f< II ut Into an reachIng
easy -
Do Spain's) random talk 11111I1). .1.111. Ir. Hoping Anew
Againit for an
ciMubed, ,, but ,be evoked, no "I suddenly anil, In the Hope
response. growl .1,1. sharp .. I lie. ,
J. dc barn' his broad hit brim set on the stop. 1'lln. busy with hisretle
"I feel hard
thought over my 1 1I De 1'
/: jou was entitled I to know tlllllr'l drop Spain rcall/ii-d 1 what .
.:.- I be, said ,dentil," In* went on "Who I I Impassive lov..1 l of the wet-tern horseman. I His coin < n.iiis tinrdly. gme thought to.. and purling his ear Intently ngiitho ..1
11111111)0'" Unit Sassoon will I 1"lIly. thought' wns of the
wouldn't? meant I his lips seeming to compress( his I 11."t "olth. what she wn" 'doing/:. nnd, little more to wind for tlie faint hope of unsw ,
to forget
1 'i1 never talk any more. I H"t me ern stages, which must be warned, and I
'o.," >\ 11 K ,'v. w'iiiii, 11I"1'1UI'I' . Ill's.. .v.u> lieu I It, why ,did II put this mark on myfnco : thoughts, , his lines. over. his or"lIrl'l! I what was 1,1111 on about' him. er., el
'. he Ids I Jeff? I did talk pretty strong to I ami ins' miiKis Illr''III'I'110' tnopockets .10 "'\1' iiiiire' r'I..t" me linpiisslve MKIiIenij tlie Lndv. stumDieil' I 11.b ."
spoke voice was cracked amihiirsli !I Nun about. It on Music mountain.[ of bis snug leather coat, a be gnlloped III to Hg burn with this I II.r.. Mum n ,horscnitin' of the <. \ us if with what ho had I
heard thought In
I he watched, Page with Ids light wagon and he saw, HIIII.IIII In mountains, on u long ride. Though s. /: the face of "'
hnd suddenly, old. I "I feel for a long time, llkpto 'rllhllullnl
"grown 11,1 1,1 the doorwiiy. Hull Pugo.De I
1 horses drive n..v..rwlft.horn. Hie from
away. I man. looking 11. Spain.
| .
"You kill I with my own mini 1'111"1
are right Pnrdaloe. I thank hllll. I Spnln' regarded, him
Idling around, ( he neighborhood oftho with IIHt"I' neither to the right/ nor to tbe I back, .steadied her " "" "
)'011. I-when' 1-in the morning.. ) Pnrilnloe that IIIlrI'r.1 my father, JetT. My ishment. "How ,,11.1 I joii get here? I..ft.
I I mother must have realized that her burns In the saddle, De Spain saw wnsbis moving evenly nnd stiituellke agalnsf looked underfoot. The mar
tor (Ih. present go bnck' to I thognp. i iliiibo.
i 1 If n \\ doomed to I him gradually recede Into the long/: sharp question. the sky. a part of tin- wiry beast under. I struck the rock of the 11(1(1"1 lavDrawing
will talk witli Wlckwlrc IIII'.hll.l. "
tomorrow Page (lot
: what
t' f Irllll..I. 1 was lifter. ,- Mm. presents" the I his fir. d .
," life of bloodshed. Ive been tl.ving to desert perspective, t the perspective I very pUture of InilllTerenee revolver, he
nnd c'm'
which almost alone enabled the back """llr'l I expectedIlnlfwuy to the world, him.Tho shots. from where he stood I It:
:t "( think riost of the night w watch1er /rolll.1 ,
light Mr.[ do Spnln. hit '
Ihe.t I to thf .
to he his | over /gnp 1 luor Duke swift wind. nut. be far, he theof .
ns e es spreading I
d" "(iiiod. night. Pnrdaloe." want me to do now. I don't know \\ II/t r"lIlz. .trtllll..1 > and the Ir."t. 0\,1 k.lfrll
.. >'ung gal in horseback headed ) the ileserr .. the ,desert
: I behind their long:, steady lushes from etnptltil on It snow "laden two great triuCalabasas '
0 lending forward limp. In his ,' 1 l'11 'do, or cnn't 'do, when 1 set eyes ,: the blnzlni sun that It was n good bit f i iof for Cnliibnsiis. 1 bey pulled IIi. I )imffs, Hint whirled nnd urupped a cb>u<"l ,' rond and the gap road I

luimlH.Nuppiiiiing,' his III'u,1'lIl'lInlly on his ou the old ",'olllr1 He's got to tell a way to the foot of the great out-1. pulled, up. Obi Duke looked) kind o' of ihikoH: nhout, horsiam) rider In the t..1 sure Nan could not have got

think lie'tr.viug spnln: to heard think Pardaloe's and fearing to (lie. truth that's. all I say now. If hello : post of the Superstition( rlnlo(". I| 1'nl'd. nnd It ""II.J, like 1'111 wns In symbol of shroud. De S|>nln gave north of this! for he hnd ridden M

tread the measured I / lifter \\ hit ho made, my mother De Spain's restlessness. prevented his I I considerable huiry to get to :Sleepy no h..1| to those .Mklrrnl-hlag .. i pcratlon to get ubrenst of or '
: on descending steps' ', ntlft'er he eiiuht. to die-like u ,' Cat with him, and' ho umldn't') stand but be knew -
nnd listened. tbe .1"110mu".r remaining quietly nnyvvhere for long whnt was 'In-hind .I'U"'I her. uud If she were south. \h.u..L'I.
mechanically to retreating who I be .Is. i i"I : th."1Ill. Anywaj.)'. Ih.'y11" nnd for the wind I he In the '"
of God 'a.
i. e< lines. ot his footsteps down As the morning n.I.III..1 he canteredout : h"1111 onlv wished It name cur :
( ilnn'i want to break Nun's heart.What for Calubiisns to K"f" / rig | might keep tbe In the I Icnijght .
the shulI..oI11"1.i Minute l after minute on the Music[ mnmtnln trail thinking t.I. snow ulr till he
.. f," passed. De 1'1I1111111<1.. no moveV "\I I do? Hanging him here In of ami wl.hlnt for. a sight of Nan. I pin. I knoweil 1,1(111111,1 never I i sight' of Nun. i I (Continued Next Week ) N(
Cat. If I could, do
... step 10 light thut It coulJ only Iiuve I."y It. wouldn'tN'lp The deadly shock of Pardaloe's story ,, gtre old Puk& n rir, not If he won I! Tim even reiifh of the horse brought

been the step of u delicate girlhood u her feelings' a whole" lot. I Ipnuld hnil been dulled by days and nights ofpain. n-dvln1 In the saddle.. Mm "to the 1.111. whore Nim hl.I''' The Quinine Tfcat Doe !Not Alfect rtiBfraus
the fellow
step free ns the footfall of youth. .. Spain'shiitids Ills deep-rooted. love and hisloneliness "They've got your' rig !" cried changed to rim stngo wngon. Without .of Ita tnnir: nnd laxprlve *ff".t .'
""' ".'*. HH-tho.. spread before him on the table, hail, his for Spain.Tli. le break In her T1VE bROMO QLIMNE (Tab t ) canpr ._:.
:: : If..11.1 yf w..m'hon.tun'l! quieted Impulse long stride. Lady .nyona without nrrvouimvM or t'.fo
drew up tltfht, "U I could fla- .IQt .u.lnl "
get uiy repll'PPle. aojl. Qyert>ftrji JUm .lt- '; gal naked: insjf I'd WllrlCr fook lint hint of her Iwtrvln. rider, i tbe b..d. E ala..QD

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-- ', I town and buy Christmas toys The I his tsar of having to (leave! this good ... -- --
Florida Resells were at breakfast' and! the little wand I | with its fried. chicken and !but- ,
J'\.f;\ I; : News of in Short Paragraphs. t girl followed her father and us he ( tinnilk, for he was suieit was (Sub- !

I brought her back to the Resells home net's trumpet he Iw/u'
: 1"---------1 was fired upon bv KevclU. After killing ,gut ther'd in, the church and the prcuchei s ,

r. : Live State 'I his friends 1 Ri'\ells went into the prayed more fervently than ever r a
It:: : 'L house and shot himself in the side. andI I.fortlw burden of his pru e-i. 1

<, , _...._.._..._....._<. '' Told by Our Exchanges. ;, Paris giecn l'hysieisns. pumped out little longe-i, us neither the pieuihti
.. I.. _. I his stomach and state his wound will himself nor any one else. wen fit to I
I not prove fatal unless complications fare judgment day All this while! the
I set in. noise was plainly hen rd.
Island! which a few Thursday II0: about
Jupiter years muining at : ( ---
I Finally a man of a "speculative mind
ago Bold! for $7r>,ODO has been resold l live miles east of Curlstlom Field two I :Messrs. \mdhum and Summerullswen \ emboldened! because the sound did,! not

for $(j1iO.000. scout planes were 1.000 feet in the air, rounding up a herd of cattle in uppe-iir to come any' ueurcrasked tlu-
i i when one of the plum's made. a dive IVSoto ,'uunty'Iwn :Mr Sumnierull preacher' this :
Af One of the most successful orange and the pilot not seeing the plane below noticed u huge rattler almost under "
[growers in UeSoto has a kumquat him crashed into it, resulting in his horse's feet He threw his mount \\hen the, Angel! Gabriel" comes,
p tree which has produced ten crates of I the death of one flyer and seriously" I in "high" with a none too gentle punch doe he rump with swiftness?!

|t[ the fruit, selling for $60. injury of another with the spurs and was soon out of "He doth ride" on the wings of Unwind m. Nl..y..1' u. s,. .tA.a one-thud
brother the : :; ;
I was answer ..NIw ... hell I oy. the .rid Th.
-- reach of the snake. Mr. Windham secured "And don't the he ..ny a y..rlr 1 C.11I. .. w.o1 ....,.. tie.. thol. dW
I Scriptures
The title to the Heard building in ] A special train of ten coaches filled a pole and began a hunt for the say olJ.: o.ry,,. the! ea u rally: .e bed. l.r r.wp.rrp. .
i comes from the easf""She ... a.a.. e.y t.. w.r M .mble.d -
[Jacksonville has gone to the new owner with about four hundred Chinese pa sled reptile lie was not long in locatingit i eel .,,11 II 4_ e.' .pp..rh. .b.
::'; sure ,tlo"eoncuru'd the Preacher ... ... ... .
be .
f and hereafter the building will | through the state :Monday enrouteto or rather it was not long/ in locating A. ben Ar.a r.l..y.v.
.'_ ...... .....e C./...
[ the Graham building.
known as Havana, Cuba. The Chinamen were I him, for as he parted, the pal- "Hut t
this don't
r ( landed in San Francisco about ten mettoes with the pole, ho saw the tooting come any"
_, The Salvation Army in Pensucola { days ago and are! being taken to Cuba I snake making for him. When' in reach nearer and it comes from the north
the brother.A I
[will provide a great Christmas dinner I to work on sugar plantations. Each ho made a quick job of killing it and pursued 1 Ask Any Doughboy Who
| for the poor children of that city, of the coaches were securely lu'h.dunler i while thus engaged heard a rattlingand discussion now anise whether
, .* well as a big Christmas tree I hissing few feet there was any sense in what the brother -
and a strong guard of U. S. :r,. | investigation he found that the noise had: remarkedhon a lull came Was"Over There"and
...j, Within the next few weeks Hills- I was being made by u pile of snakes the noise had ccuse-d and all were leussuied -
borough county will have the most that were ,'oiledund striking in I 'Thepreue'her averred that
While there
[substantial and beautiful concrete citrus fruits were hfty-four from carlotsof Plant I( direction. Having f finished t the mother"mike his praving hud, ought" It about he will t tell you that American railroads are

1 bridge that spans, any stream in the City in the three shipped he turned his attention to her I II The next morning a man came fromH.eUer the best in the world.
past days, compared I
fatale. brood and killed all but one. Upon) county and told the news that
with for the He the roads in England anti
i' sixty previous thl''eIIIY1"'POl't. |''counting t the reptiles he found he had I the big' new F.ppmger A." Kussell sawmill !yaw' foreign -
there was> in reality a greater i France the best in and I in other Continental
To take eareof the multitude of I killed twelve of the half'grown snakes near Olustee-, was ready' for blt>'l. Kurone - -
number of boxes the
[Visitors arriving in Kissmimee the loaded to (capacity shipped carrying, as cmsaie 1't2!:! and the mother \\ hl'has eight. feetin ness. "And you oughtel seewhat II Countries-and lie knows.
council! has employed a represtntItlvc big whistle they have1'mi! can hear
[ city to10!; ( boxes against a normal load of length. : for The part railroads have played, in lhe development -
to meet all trains and assist the I II it fifteen miles, jin' they kept it
:\liO!( () boxes
( strangers in finding ae-comnioelations. i KM= ) 01' UOKI.II 11'1' I tooting all yesterday afte-rnoon" of t tlii United States is beyond measure.

.:.' I Whoever is responsible for the condition 'I This Story' e-oiiie-s. font Georgia : American railroads have achieved high standards .

,ht 1 The crate mill at Kissimmoe began of the St. Augustine road just i:'nl.ttl'nd.tI1f on Itogus ('ald",- :Many had' years tign a ceitam icligioussect of public! >rvic,. by far-sighted and courageous -
set the of
end the
manufacturing crate material lust the other side of Elkton, where a di,>- I it>' i'ropnesiesF.vcry WUI'I.fOl'\ aceituin
day. They had quit work and investment of capital, and by the constantstriving .
week and the owners expert to keep tour
[ was arranged! while a bridge waybeing 'i i ----- '
' around. All kinds of spent the time praying A trnv0lingpeddler of and men for rewards! for work
Jit going the year repaired, is ,coming in for a :i : few yours cither a .comet managers
C J crates und! baskets for shipping fruitsami storm of abuse from the hundreds of ;I some' religious sect or some fake pnnrnosticutor had 'Il..h.d. their belief, and well done. ;
'I when the fatal hour tienred 1 he- filledhimself !
will be madeThe -. ue'
[ vegetables motorists who have occasion to that the worldwill
k 'rr up with potent Chailton county We have the best! railroad in the world we
the road every day as well as another be ,certain butso
destroyed on a day,
Ii ". Fountain of Youth Company, of hundred now stuck in the mud of the far all signs have failed! The last I moonshine for and laid down by his must continue to have the best.
r curt the last Some
. St. Augustine, will erect a hotel and swamp which the detour traverses R. scare thrown into ignorant humanitywas who believed, sleep in jollywags But they must grow. .
in that city costing L. Gibson, who managed to draw his nothing clime
: bungalow colony by Prof. I'oitu a would-he astron
a along, saw the peddler's and To the Invested
1 < plight $40,000,000,000 now ifi our
. more than $7,000,000.() They also plan car through. said that there are! no omer. He based! his assumption on
: .. a large summer resort at North Beach less than a hundred cars stuck at vn- the fact that five planets woul.h\ ,' knew the fun cause. They decided to have railroads, there will have to be added in the next 1
and from
some the curt took
_ ([across the bay. rious plates in the swamp. about opposite. the! sun on December couple of cowhides und spread. them a few years to keep pace with the nation's business.!

,, ', 17th to 20th. The great attraction, orI'x"',1 over the sleeping merchant Then billions more for additional tracks !stations t and
.: :More than a half million acres of Sunday evening a senov'.. accident (suction, by planets on t the sun
they built a fire on top of the hides, terminals and electric houses
{Florida land have been bought by occurred near the north gate leading shell would, he contended cause n ears engines, power
iiiul sprinkled! thereon, few hundfuls
. :{Northern capital in the past six or into Carlstrom Fuld, in which EnsignJ. partial bursting, thus letting out such I of the peddler's store. of a sulphur, and and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the I

f Sleight works for the planting of sugarcane C. Flood was killed and Lieut. Paul I great volumes of gases that the air wiihdiew! behind a bush to await de- elimination of grade crossings-and! for reconstruction -

r. HolTncr seriously injured\ They were :I disturbances engendered would reach I lopnie-nts and l engineering economies! that will reduce .
from the earth and, partly or wholly destroyit.
returning to
" a cross-countiy trip After
I a while the heat begun to be-
,. A large shipment of rosin will beD Daytona when their! ship struck the The real! astronomers did not i felt bv the sleeping man and he begun the cost of transportation.To 1

!sent out from I'ensacola on the steamcr earth about one-eighth of a mile ninth '' agree with him and now they have the* I to squirm Soon it became unbearable-. attract to the railroads in the. future the in-

|> Lake Savus l. which will be in excess of the held. The exact cftuse, of the accident satisfaction: of telling him, "I fold, you I Iso" rind hi. emcigtel fiom Ins covering'Sieinir vestmentfundsof many thrifty citi/ens, the directing .f'
.. lof two thousand, barrels and a consulIterable has not been distovtied Ensign : I'
lot of tuipentine nothing but fire and, smelling genius of the most; capable builders and managers .;
, Flood was horribly crushed and : Ignorant people ull over the world. the, hrnn.tane
,d. died Sunday evening Lieut Hiirncr !: waited in four and trembling for the : in his "Y"t-, e'tclairned i fumes, be: with horror and the skill and loyalty of the }best workmen -
Sunday m'w"'a" >' le-e'eivcd that oil painfully, but I'' to materialize, and for somiI I t
,s was very not fatally injuied ".Iu>i .is I ixpc'itid', ill ll llhv I think in competition with other industries bidding -
bud been discovcre-el in the well being time I Ito
,? to come incidents of of'thcwiuth "
'r! for and the railroad
and while' it capital, managers men\ j
'I 11; drilled near Chipley, was come" will be chlonielc-d' in the :
,f ':not a gusher!' theoil was there in :Much to his own uma/.ernont disgust papers. The must interesting we have : - industry must hold out fair rewards to capital to

. goodly quantitle-K and flight, Charlie Daniels, a lead! so far are the following: I managers unit to the men.American !

,It negro of Tampa backed, a two-ton :Miami Ok III., Dec 17 -Seveial PeptoManganFor railroads will continue to set world f
W. II. Clark a long time resident truck off the :Mallory docks into twen mines in the Miami zinc and lead, :
F()f the Annutallagga Hammock, near ty-four feet! of cold water Thursday I fi..loIllr,' closed 1 today because the miners standards adequately !serve the Nation's needs 'Y

iStalTord was struck by a falling tree morning.. Both Charlie end the truck refused to go down into the ground Pale SchoolChildren i if they continue to be built and operated on the i

,Thursday afternoon and died shortly shot under the oily suifuce The machine : with the prospect of the world, crumbling American principle of rewards. for work well done. ;

'afterward.Charged. not; being a sea.going truck, to pieces while they were lit
stayed at the bottom. The negro came work. }

with holding up the cashier up for air presently, but started down Indianapolis! Ind, Dec. 17.-One El1zi4 '
: of the bank at Laurel and obtaining for the second time.. One of the dock long weird, shri'kinwhi>'tll', then I adwrliJU1Unt l1' pub.iJI'Cd! hy lccTA.
between $1.I OJ and $:!,OOO, two hands, less excited than the other negroes others leas strident, finally practicallyall PEPTH.1.'IiC: : .\'Ii: GIVES: 'tin I': C:

!young men giving: their name as Bass kindly threw overboard a sticko sirens in the city, mingled with the I III.I.P:: 1'111BOII: Elms TOM if8m1WaJ ;X"<
> and Williams were arrested at Lock- flumber for the driver to hang on ringing of a number of bells, broke the I.\I..I': 'mi': IU'II( itii:

hart, Ala. Monday. stillness of the early morning in In- Itl.OOII .,. d..irisy ....,......t... .....rely IA. railroad ..,w- I
I 1 The pupils of the Palmetto high/ diannqolis today. This was followedby mht ..." dl... Ittfratitrt kf tmtinf ,. TAr .4uonavK -
%, Another fine grove changed hands school threatened to go on a strike as the continual jangling of telephonehells =N\MK "'<:.UI>K'S" onvi.m:' : : 1 t
< / ftftltfmf jr mftm, II B.<>atI. ,. New York
,I'' lln the Winter Haven vicinity last week shown by the following ultimatum delivered in local newspapers offices 1'\'K.U; inrs: SOLD

. [when Z. A Doughtery purchased the to the faculty: "Clumsy Gates, "I guess it's now the end l of the
19.acre Dunn grove for $r>;5,000. The W O.V.? do hereby demand of the world," said one woman, "the whistlesare SOLD! it*' imrricisis: ; IN= itoniI 01i J

grove- i io one of the finest in Polk very unjust faculty that the school calling the people to church und I.!KH'ID .\='iU TAKI.F.r: I OKMMI.DICINAL

county and has an immense crop of'I' hours be shortened, the noon hour 1 j I'm going." It developed l later that a : = VlltrilKSMO : i

' fruit on it. lengthened, lessons be made ea"i'r,1| throttle on a whistle at u railroad i : Tin:: SVMI: '
/. that two rest period be given, each one roundhouse had become stuck ,
Shipping syrup by the carload is be- hour, one before noon and one after, ing the din, in which the other "tllrt-I The lessons are hard, and l the children i 1

coming a very frequent occurrence that two extra lunch periods be given, I los joined are! jtrowillt.Vntch their health :
: fat Live Oak. Saturday Mizelle &rEvans each 30 minutes, one before dinner That the "fool killer's", oflice has I and 1 if they become pale' and listless

shipped a car containing 90 and one after dinner, that the school not jet been rendered superfluous cull and don't want to. work or play, consult !
[ barrels and F.1.: Greene on Wednesday week be shortened, to four days instead he seen by the following item : I a good physician' at mare if you I

shipped one which contained (00 of five., anti that time and a half I Cleveland] Ohio. lion. 17"._rUiurlna' suspect any serious ailment The I t
[ barrels time be given for all overtime" Johnson, 65(: farmer:; ': living i : nt West; : !splendid, tonic, I'cptn-:1lhogun, if given -
m Salem was in Cleveland. today with 11 daily, fur a few weeks l. will in most ,
Passenger clII'ryinlnnl: stunt flying :Much "x'it'm"nt'a... furnished pus. reserved sent ticket so us to be ill t the eases restore the stie-nglh. und' stall ,I I
|1. the regular program at Pablo Reach sengc-rs on the A. c. I.. train arriving front tow when the world unn- to anc 1 the young folks on t tin' loud to good '

foil' Sunday afternoons now. The birdmen at St. Petersburg :Sunday:'; morning by ;: 'nd.\ I health again. Youth lespomlquick ,
[ an' the. \'irlury Flyers who haveIOt'utl'd the actions of an elderly woman, :Mrs. I After going to a house wherethe- Iy. You can buy I'rlit., -Mangan: n, '; !f

[ in .lacksonville for the winter S. \\'. Hastings, of OsagiIowa, who I "beginning of the en d"wus to bo staged :j! tlll.t-t! or li'IlIlI1 flll'/11 nf your druggist '
Tin'i.' will npe'n a school of /flying lost her mind during the .journey. She and finding that no one theread: 1 ', unit inn always ht suer of t the ;,

and will, .iKci sell aeroplanes tiled. twice to jump from the fast moving even heard the* end was at hand Johnson ,, genuine, by lacking fur the mane
train and hail to be forcibly} de- complained to the police. I I i "(iud,,',," Oil the pukuge. \Vithllut
(At an...' tinir' here today of the Republican tllilll"SIlt\ said
[ state central committee!, a to kill herself and kept the whole- car und ,sold me a reserved ,rut for $I l.r! I'|' :\( It IK a tine- tonic it nil blood

(call ua- 'issued for the state convention of passengers! upset during the jour : h. said 'fh'y toM, un. :.ll tin' n | maker for the wlmlefamily: I'hv-i
at Palatka on January :29.!! At ney. She had been in bad health und hers of my religious beli.-f wereto ,'ilur everywhinhave" used it for
[tbut tim >i presidential candidate will the strain of making the long journey 'wait for the end in Cleveland. I I In nearly thirty jears.--Adv.
ll>e endorsed l and candidates nominated from I -----. -
Iowa unbalanced her mind She | .\ amusing incident, took place ill
["for state offices. was cared for by friends and it is believed the Palestine lake section of Bradford 'I l 10( sl'lInUIII'lfS: ):

I ,) that rest will restore her mind county many years IIj'O.'e may as
a n Km out ,vn.UE to normal. i iI well relate it, as it is Chistmus tim Subse-nbe-rs wishing to have the> I

I IIn'way.nnd stories sue in order then: Telegraph! sent to a new addiiss. will
[Ounce of Prevention Hotter Than a Officers of the law assisted by em A preacher in that se-elion ne-vc-r often HUVCus mush. trouble by stating Chln"'I

Pound of ('ur(' ployes of an undertaking establishi lost an opportunity to impress on his their former address. Subscribers

i! most, early Friday night exhumed the audiences that the- end of the world wishing to renew their suh "l'i"tiulI", ;
With influen/a again making in- bodies of a man, a girl I and two small was near and| might take place any whether they write II letter or cull in ;

I:Toads'! into the health of the country, infants, which had been buried about day. One pleasant afternoon when I person, will kindly state their names i

tile old adage, "un ounce of prevention sixty feet from the public highway, I the wind was slightly from the mirth, and postoHie-e-s. us these particulars. ;
is better than a pound of cure," m'arul1l'rief: ( Springs The bodies Ilin ominous>, booming sound l was heurd, may not be- known to us Our .subxeription 1

[never meant more! than it does now. ore those of white people. U win announced I The noise kept on in using and fullingiudencen list is too voluminous fur
A :3-ounce bottle of Dr. Williams that thiii gruesome find will > according' to the strength of us to know every subscriber and his

flOl Tonic will save many pounds of result in an immediate and thorough the wind and thc people bccumeularmod postoiriec

|ellre. 101 Tonic contains 'Quinine, investigation in an effort to identifythe !. Pretty soon tinpieurher arrived ,,Also if you intend l to change( your
[Iron and Magnesia. This Is a proper bodies Frulav a small boy whois ; The satisfaction of being cornit pcjstoffiee addri-sM, let us know it b'foro -.
[Combination where cases of Colds, : said to have been. hunting near the in his forecasts did not outweigh; the change is made, and you will

ILaGrippt', Fever and :Malaria, as well spot, discovered what he thought to not miss" any copies. I I :
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fan" "Flu" are to be treated or wardedoff. be a newly made grave, and reportedthe
( /'. matter to the Duval county sheriff. State of Ohio. City of Toledo L.UCU MOUK: 'IHVN:' Ti.N::= FEET: :
During the Influenza epidemic Frank J Chenry make. oath that h. Unlor
COV-I' .. ". :Moving Picture Producer (
r rinjr the country in October, 1 partner of the firm of 1- J. Cheney
One of the worst tragedies in the ft Co. doing buslnufi In the City' of To half I is the star) : Confound it I
the sales of 101 Tonic increased bounty .
more 'lido and Stat aforc "l'1 and that
[than COO per cent. This that history of DeSoto county occurred on aid firm will pay the Hum of ONE! HUN That leading man IH flirting with my | '
101 proves Wednesday when John W. Revels bhot DRED DOLLARS for any cam of Catarrh wifp alain. They've held that kissa I
1[this Tonic disease!is an effective treatment for and killed his neighbor, I). D. Gamage. I that HALLS cannot CATARRH: be cured MEDICINE!:rty the! uee of foot too long'!-Cartoons Maga : i t ;

Revels fired two shots! from a FRANK J. CHENEY!: !: zine.
.X101 Tonic not only treats the disease I Sworn to before me and eubeTlhed In :
shotgun, nearly (severing the head of >
I my presence, this 6tt day of December
[ but acts as! a general tonic. his! victim from his body. Insanity is l IAD lest They both liked music.

Get 101 Tonic at your drug store the only explanation of the tragedy. I (rl..t'9 A CATARRH W. Oleaeon.MEDICINE Notary Publlo It 'talt-. Each was fond, of the theatre. /
l -25c and 50c bottles. Accept no sub- Revells and Gainage were the beet of en Internally and acte throuvh ttie 4DrulIcl.t. They adored children. ||
Vatltutes for there I'I on the Mucous Surface* of the ayetem. '
no medical friends.
prep- Yesterday morning Gainage .. TSo Testimonial. free. Roth loved! books.
[ aration sold which is like Dr. Williams called at the Revells home and left I r. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Oblo. They liked nature.
I No. 101 Tonic.-Adv.-2 his daughter there, expecting to go to Each wanted ji home


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e: Bradford County 1 I I if we are compelled; : to use airships go whore he! is ordered Had the warlasted ', til the time of the collaspe of the New doctor was a very unpractical man. so hard l for. The American, '.

r and submiinnei-.-riant City Courier. longer perhaps all of the ,drafted Smyrna colony and of Turnbull, the Instead of clearing land and planting tion had now started, and, tit,. I ..1'

{. =-..: I That's the way to talk, Bro. I'rewitt : men and volunteers would have founder of the colony It ill a historyof quickly maturing crops for the feed wanted 1 to make them sold, ',- rm-l,|, I"n'" ,

4 PnbliNhed \\ ....III)', and entered "and damn'd. be he who first rios hold :, booni o"'r""M. incapacity of the loader on the one ing of the people, he not only !spent the Americans while '\men' ,, ., ,. ,':'"t'" I

v, .ml cluHW matter at the DDNI- < immgh': !' Hut it might have proven In our opinion one soldier 1 alive or hum,) and of patient work under uderse an immense(' amount of work in reclaiming pathiners; tried to enlist, (him", ,,, n.r''
1 expensive Asbestos. wrappers for pa- dead i" no less of a hero than another. \' umstnnii's. ending with a : swamps, that there was no I cause. The :Minori.iiis" '
Florida. .
Klarke. '
e pi is going, to a hot climate are very TIH'Ull"/ when. the> were called blow, for I liberty on the other. I i mediate need of, but had a great inrds, and 1 ounsiden("'g tint t th, "' '
cnstlxSumo', and wont where they wore ordered, Very little has before been writtenon number of canals< and ditches. dug soloI been ill-treated, ) "'''
' i.E.. 8, \TTHKWS.. Editor and __. _' '______ whether the service was. at home, digging Ily, for litigation long before m. |l.i n f :
the subject and l even that has come I I purposes English/ peaking!' people.. '] i .1 i'
J. C. ROBINSON- Associate '<< time! ago the Telegraph, in an trenches in "France. or on the bat- from unreliable and biased sources. Ithe i I i fields they wore to servo. had been looked, as though Dr/ liiinbull, '' '
i'litoriul mentioned thut Congressman tlefield. W,. honor them nil alike I i, cll'ored.8 a result! he spent' his ownI
:! .. This hook is U connected history of 1 sorted( them They hoinitn' ii h"I ,. .
.b' Drane hud brought about are.I -- ---- ----- facts found in numerous< authentic I I I I means and what his partners would and in June 17T7) left. the plant ,'

>t l DECEMBER. 1 1I ] I MII-V, 'ey of certain townships of DeSoto ZIFI"' documents. filed with the Florida Historical ''1'furnish, for provisions. and, cloHiing bag and baggage, and I went t 11 "I j i iAugustine

i county, the news coming as well asi Society, papers in the Butisharchives for! his 1500 people. In 170S! nearly though Turnbuliv !
c E i' Irn't i 11&.W. 'IIF lily, I L" J /iff. Dee :Messrs.. I 11. D. Thomas i :, .I i
y i MX we can remember from the Tampa in London, and other reliable i j 100( people died 1 from the scurvy, I'n"YF tried, to keep them to th , .
-!- 1' 2 3 4'; 5 : TI'ibulw.Oow: n friend tells us that and Leon Lewis were visitors to ,sources. The book is highly interesting I caused from lack: of vegetables and by force. n v .i
1 I the of the credit should Sunko Friday. returning Sunday. fruits. About the time insur- '
major portion and, is written entirely without \ same on When Turnbull ,1
at Inst ,,
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'. 1 9 '' ( In. given Senator )Fletcher for this!! Among those who attended, the bias. What we give below is all taken I section broke out among the Greeks, broken in spirit and il11po\'I"h i | ,| .,,.'
,$ 'ii-ason( : Senator Fletcher originated 1 1 Christmas< program ut our school Friday from the book. and Italians. and the instigators were Fair that his coloni/ntion bubbl, .*
the, and it senate bill it afternoon were :Messrs. Rand '''executed Indians. stole from the .
bill was a : sctI .
IJllr t.I.,
In 17il! I. after England: had lie had no po.vorful ,
soon aequired | f" >
1 1 t. 14' 15,l6 $ passed, that body, and was sent to the Crews, Walter Baxter and :Miss Thelmu I tiers and caused, 1 uneasiness.." by their '(but Tonyn "n I'
Florida from the was u poweiful
Spaniards, ,,,
Ward of lirooker :Mrs. .1. B! I md 8l i ,
house. There Congressman 11 lieIIn1l'nll,1 behavior.
ro I'n stops were taken for colonizing; East I cable enemy. Ho could d"|,, n.i, I,, !
s ? t 2122.2324iJj26cf[ ? |; {): It so as to include a township :Miss Thomas Rhoda, :Mrs.Thomas.C. F. Litchfield and Florida and 1 bounties offered for theproduction ||I I| I During the first half of the colony's His partners in the entiiiu-,. ? :j
in I'olk When it
county. was returned '
existence. GI'antVIIS 3Ie Mend' and their heirs
of silk governor. hnd .
cotton and indigo in fll'oI,,,
; : 2'Q'29' :: O 31-w] ., -.- to the senate, Senator. Fletcher Frank I'olk and illlter.lo9s: [ Eliza: At that time there lived in London'' was an able and l good l man and helped ''it and,} would not help' Tumi, ,ill I
; of Bell last
I .J "er" author, nccepted I it and it bo- spent week with relatives Tuinbull all he could. both with his .
arid! friends.L. Andrew Turnbull, u Scotch physician. ?,, \ by protecting ,.oil' < family to <("h.n'Ii .i j
(came a law.VI' have no doubt that the colony from the I Indians 1 and in (r whole, he made
who was well to do. He had been a < a living: bv, ,
p i Wo feel koiry: fur tho niir' information is correct and therefine U. fininey afternoon passed through ourburg great" traveler and his wife was! (the procuring provisions, nnd interceding, ( medicine Hi'- <'olorists, ui I f
L hasten to let the matter be known Friday enroute to the of Greek trader of with the government to grant him ''ed about going, to the I
tt", they have to govern the seat. daughter a Sm 'I'- many : l'
; a longer, and xvo pity them if I! so that proper credit may 1 be given county( I.. A. Fowler' visitor to the. na, in Asia Minor. Dr. Turnliullconceixed m i(HP mOIl" .'. It is. plain he thought I!! But soon after Mi.iida. u .
xvas a
where It is due. I
ii' i thorn louse fur themselves.-- \ ( I seat the idea of procuring a landsome that Turn-bull's. mlmini-tiation was :I I ceded, to the Spanmid: l -. ,in',d| f fi
I county Friday
null-nit". You have (ho I R. gru 8t i;.t ."I or.I.I"(... n..".1 s t'ttl a.- t:'t tv.(th not n wian- nun and thnt-' no felt in tintv ,i, :\...!.....',.*ana return/I I t,1... .l""i. I.
n. Thomas
In u nut slll'lI. brother j The agricultural editor, of the' Tnm- 1:Graham < made a business! tripto of his wife's countrymen. 1 He bound 1 to ;;;;;'dhe countiy's;; i interestin ; : : .I..and soon eonstituti.d si-i, l lI 1

_. Tribune is feasting on celery, let Saturday. the 'olnn '. Things did not well. I[portion of that f
I '! :\frlnd Mrs..1; W. Lewis made a found two partners' applied, for grantsand ( go iitx's ml I
//1"1(' ', strawberries' beans peppers, egg Though one much corn was | Through hard ,, ,
J.I How have the mighty fallen'! business to Waldo each received a certificate forJD.OOO year so u oik .ml "
I oubbtiRo, sweet and Irish! potatoes trip Friday. made that amull could bo {
Willnrd former heavy-weight Mr. and ;Mrs. Jack Johns returnedto : acres of land Later on the arch i I shipload I I they and their do-.ii nltur'!:
pion hi- of the long coat and !, onions, tomatoes! radishes! turnips their home in Stnrke last. week after / xvns< enlarged by grants to embrace ,sent away it seems that the colonials Wealth and promiiumi' j
pipe hut bus figured in u (' oranges! grapefruit and kuniqnats a visit< here with relatives and 101,000 acres for the throe partners.Turiibull wore still pnuhcd for food. In tryingto The story of this cut. Tsnnsns' City ns U profiteer in ( to say nothing ."f an nbundnm, friends was to manage the enterprise grow indigo nnd cotton so as to pro- withAnmllnynlhl'l'jll.\II1l", i I'I I

\ wood. If it hud boon ,... of eggs and all the flesh milk and butter :Miss Fronio and in 17fii(! he went to Floridato curttho offered bounty, he, neglected ly history. It xvn< tin !Ir i ..,. .
Rivers last weekat
beef or flour,-hut Wood, dllrin that n large family with avaricious fiiiCrossp with her spent sister Mrs: D. choose his domain. He landed atSt. food l'l'npTh,' work in the' new most unwieldy of them /nil! .ml,,, t|
coal! shoitugo. Fnugh! appetites can possibly destroy., The Shaw. t. Augustine and Inter went down the ground: of the hummock must have if its founder had been a i"r".

1 old, worn-out statement of the h. c. of Our school closed for coast. about 75: miles. There on the been haul for the under-nourished.) practical .sense. it is ,doiilitfn'. .( : I U!,,.,. e
A dispatch from the- nation's ( 1 I.. cuts! no concern" with us. These netessities weeks' vacation. Friday: u two bunk of north Indian( river, .south of workers., Being: no farmer hims-lf could' ever have flourished, .1 j

T 1 says that a Washington< .stale . and delicacies arc personally _._-.- :Mosquito [Inlet he chose his land including I he hired overseers from South Carolina The Minorcans: lost !ten v.u I .
wants the goveinment tn ,' produced. ufti twelve hours'. slavingon IRA)FORI> : rich shell hammock, .swamp i and these brutish autocrats, being labor and. the lands thnt hail ii.. t

r' him for a cow that died lifter this paper seven Buys in the week and, pine land., Besides, he. bought n ,, accustomed to handle negroes, did promised! them, yet did. not siiffi, i r j J

lip $dO; worth of government Ft i"I/ pleasure" to be kitchen garden! Bradford, ]lee. >>>. :Misses. Blanche large cotton plantation on :Mosquito not take Well with the colonists.. Not loss comparedxith. Dr, Turnbi'll' d', j t
This would.l have made, ut lon, ) producer., It boat< golf all to smilhereens.Tampa Andreu and Ruth Newsom- Inlet. Ho had brought his. wife and, ,, understanding! < their language, they the other English and 1 A morn'an p.: ,
sticks of the and 1 Tribune.< The eatables were shopping ', children with him St. had to interpreters.. The colonists Dr. j
e.4 explosives, wo \ in Brooker Saturday, afternoon. seven to Augustine -i use tors. Turnbull received; very |,
t I believe it. haven: a Stnrko/ mentioned, profit the agricultural :Miss. :Maud Hunter is spending' the and left them there while he returned were, Catholics and Spaniards, and. tie for his lands and as soon as Sp' ?
makes her living off of 'uri''I'I, editor., But his work among the plants therefore the overseers did not think i il h rule .
< holidays with her sister, :Mrs.! Billy to England to !get proper paper < began, every ono of the bi ?.
I printers' rollers. paper from and poultry and, cows. also. profits thl'TI'i""ne'H Surrency.Misses. made out. I they deserved any consideration tiful plantations on the Atlantic' n"" I

1 r boards, excelsior and acorns readers, for while he is He was to receive n certain sum for when they complained of ill treatment of Florida and along the St..T" i . t
working and<1 planning he gets ideas : . Cecil Ruborn and Ruth New had followed ]
:have succumbed from n much bringing fioo Protestant colonists to the overseers! said they river were deserted! and there i i- i I''
( i, quantity of dynamite that would not have come to him whilein som were visiting in BI'ookcrIonclay: Florida. To pay their expenses they the orders. of Dr. Turnbull and, hardly, .a memory left of their who. ,. 'I\

n the office chair. It is the practical afternoon. |i were' to work for Turnbull and his so, little by little, the colonists. began: about. On account of tho substanti,. j,
It has been calculated that th agriculturist who tail give the best Billy Surrency is spending a few partners for eight years, after which to suspect and l hate the founder of the works erected) by Turnbull, then' ..r. (
coal miners strike cost. in advice, to farmers.! lays with his family here. colony. Religious services had to be
q they would l be free from obligations more reminders' of him than of .i n r
/ J12r/ () <>0 losses to Gene Surrency, of Jacksonville! is carried, the
,0)0,0 by and, each head of a family receive 50 on secretly, ns governmentdid other great landlord, yet these ru .
R industries that were compelled : One result. of the coal strike will visiting his parents here. acres of land and five acres additional not look with kind, eyes on catholic only serve "to point a moral or ud, "
down. The miners themselves be that a thousand inventive bruins :Mabry Hnrrell is spending the holi- for each child religion o fthe colonists. Turn- a tale."

of pocket $<0,000,00; () ( <) The . will bo set to work solving the problem Brinkley Hayes was a visitor to He then, in 1707/ bought and pro, bull was! probably a good man nt heart _,

/ ; life from the coal famine' of .saving fuel I and heat. Wherever Worthington Saturday. visioned u ship and sailed for Smyrna.But but administrative. duties! kept him away NOTICE Jj
:.- blizzards were raging and the ( fuel is used. the larger portionof Dave Hall\ is visiting his sister, :Mrs. the Turkish government would from the works nnd he did not Notice !I.H heruliy given that sixty dn). '-Mr *
suffering! from insufficient fuel l heat Is wasted.< The constructionof B. Surrency, during the holidays.Mrs. uot lot him of the in- '' take time to inquire closely\ into thecolonists' dale ti wit., on tho Kith day ..f Kk-brnan \ *
I : T. I,. Willis! was in Worthington carry away any I'. 1120.> I will pn-m-nt to the County .1.1 I, l.i
the loss of the that the locomotive boiler condition.
corn many especially, habitants. He then untied. for :Morea of Bradford County. Kloriiln! my flnnl ut j
i t farmers had to burn in lieu has never come beyond the point of Saturday on business. peninsula in Southern Greece, wherehe A!< long as< Grant was governor Count, and vnuchcni or the estate of.l 1 Mlutch e
;, cannot be estimated. Yet we expediency and probably three-fouiths! ---Dr. + Turnbull received moral and matl'rilllHUrpOI.t. di-craHtd.: :; and apply I for the apt n. ,a
t t'l' I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I procured 200 wild! mountaineers of sinne and for my final dUichariii- ifuilm ,)
1i find a single advantage, (' of the heat is wasted and much unburned whom the Turks were glad to get rid but Grant resigned through: niMrator.
otherwise. to compensate for coal is blown out of the ex- i fluted the lath day of DicimlHr \ J ,
1 of. His next move was to Leghorn, ill health and\ Tonyn took his place as lot9.I
g -- hiiust.. The railroads will, no doubt, 3TurnbullAND Italy where he secured 110 Italians. governor.: Tonyn was a man of nn S. J. HJTCH. J
' A valuable Christmas. present be electrified us soon as practicable.The AdmlnlHtratnr' : of the Entatc of J. M I',">rt.
But he needed 200 more to make up extremely arrogant disposition, jealous :dercaaed.| :|: U-I'i-ilt\, : f
nation is the news. that the fuel would then be burned in stationary THE&rMinorcans :+ his quota of GOO. He hoard that the r'vl'nA'l'fulllnllInl..rupulouK., He -

packers in Chicago have (h> engines, which are more economical i crops on the island 1 Minorca: hail, took n dislike to Turnbull from the beginning No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll -j

., {' .' sell out and quit all business but much of the electricitycould j failed that the people there were destitute because< he bad boon Grant's. children troubled with womifl have an. "," Ii
have been engaged in except l be generated, by water powerL1.IItIWI' i and would cheerfully go with friend and because! of his high standing healthy color, which Indicates pour blood and u,'l,
directly concerned, with moat stiff rule, ihcro Is morn or lens ntmnnch diarnrhoGkWE'S
him. He sailed toIinor'n: where ho ill the territory. Turnbull was!
They have been engaged: in .\ :: ( ::-: +44+++++4++4II. +++++++++++++ TASTELESS chili TONIC: ; given reiiul.l .I I
not only. secured' the :200) more people' necked,] and no diplomat at nil. Helorjjoc '
4 : : ... ..._ . . . bllax'.tl _.
ed" lines ranging from ',," .11..11l..I..u......" .u .. needed, but was induced to take runny : the r'"tote'h pniveru b .L.LIWL "'it I sill a
cries to furniture. The When one ex-service meets eninriTonic to t'' .. wl',I'ny ,''nn Nlllur ullt'hrnwollordlsprlth .
man another ,
s more. To accommodate them all ho to I live at Rome and have n quarrel "' ,. .., .. .
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visions against them by the 'x-sl'I'\'i'e man, one in an overseas Dr. Andrew Tuinbull and the :--;.. . .W..I I
.wSmYI'na had to buy or charter seven more vessels with the pope. He worked again I>> meat of justice. proved, their cop and the other. in n plain lint Colony, by Caritu, Doggett. so that when he set sail for Florida Turnliull and fixed it so that no more --- ---- -- e

Tho insidious. manner in which it is. not improbable that the first A. B.. A.1.: .. pps. lii!)( )roilitibliogrnpity. he had, l.r 00 people on board his assistance teas sent from England on 1920 .AUK( TAGS :NOW mum f

1 little by little intended to gain holds his bend/ a little higher and, that The' Droxv Tros-. eight vessels.! The :Minorcana! though the ground, that the government: had, For the convcnu-mo< C of the pul., _

trol of every necessity( and in the other fools a resentment< ngainit Jacksonville! Fin.We Spaniards were English: subjects. and, not nuthorbod l more than fiOO colonists< applications for registrations' of III ,t t"i,

they hud to a great extent (' the poweis that be because. he also, have all heard, of the linoJ"- Dr. Turnbull beleivod! that on the latter while Turnbull brought 1.00.:; ) At la-tinl"77 vehicles for the year IOM:! :MA\ i HFd

is the greatest. and most wits not sent across. the ,,('11. And cans." In and around St. Augustine account the fact that they were Turnbull committed the fatal Ft Lf-.) NOW, if accompanied h:. i imittance. >.

example of "bogging! it all" probably many persons. not ex-sol their descendants! are numerous and Catholics! would be overlooked. Taking blunder,[, of going: to England] to set< Tags will be sent out able>. ,.ft
world!, has ever seen Biers pay more regard to the overseas< even in Bradford, county they are : so many people with him vas his himself. right from the misrepresentations the middle of December ill time' f $

cap than to the plain hat. found. Forty or fifty years ago, when first serious mistake. made by Tonyn, to sue for monetary the new year. ,/f
T The world Is coming to an ( War .service is u lottery. The men descendants of the Minorcans. were After a very trying journey of four assistance and to get Tonyn impeached I"ense: see that all questions -,,t
g \ morrow"-nt least, that is the ,,! .sent overseas, wore not picked out but two generations loss removed from months. duration during: which about from, his oflice.He '. nnsxxered and, your name and l addi -
'1 tion of Professor Portia, and, he sent by the battalions and, regiments about and in i is, .
the original stock.and the clark hair f>0 people died they entered the mouthof xx as nxvnv a year printed or plainly written to n\
be correctly informed ns it ('nil the only consideration. being and eyes had/ not faded) 1 from intoimarnngo '- :Mosquito Inlet. The settlers! were the meantime" Tonyn lost no opportunity errors. The inxv requires. you to i v' ::11
proved' that he is. mistaken. until that some regiments" were more fully with people of northern origin landed on the naked shore and, had to in creating: dissensions among: the rut the application' before n :Net-/ .,..' .

the time has passed. However. equipped' or had had longer training they were easily. Tooogmzed bv 1 shelter themselves as best. they could colonists Ho told them thnt tin- Public or some odlcor' using a si'a': '

Courier will be published. 1.. than. flthl'rA.llIny: overseas< men nev appearance and very often by their land was cleared, wh'reew: ; Smyrnanow promises< given them by Turnbull Blanks: may bo secured film Bw' ,.t:
1' 1 of whether! the world ends, or ) had a chance to see a battlefield. Spanish names. Therefore. while stands, and huts were built for the wouM not be kept. This. wail easy! to Justices of the Peace" Notaries P "' ..

r F II."" should the predicted, , catastrophe '\"on at a di..tmwe.llIn. : ', both olli- this article was onlv intended as n people IIn'II largo! ami, sustanti believe) as tho colonists had, now beenin lie nail l County OlVuors. or the (Ci", t. .
\ pen and our\
r addresses, I kindly. !notify The, ('' ', for permission to go to France, we will he a little more diffuse had ,sent tofnca for a cargo: ofnegro ('ilrht111'.. they .should have been declared ERNEST AMOs ;

I"; by return, MIIII whnhMI,, \ \oi. ; were t refused, because they were to the extent of making: it a very abbreviated ' slaves, but the ship md cargoxxere free from obligations and haveloooivod State Comptroller
'" for we oxpi", i I ii ,ch'\'i' 1' Tin ( '' ""cl'd! at home, A soldier! can only .. hl
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I')V If ', Useful and Practical Community

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: Christmas Gifts

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Dalion the Sweetest Tone Talking Machine

{ ern' .4 on Sale 70 day. You must see it to _"assL ht

50 Year Plate .

> I I. Pi r The famous South Appreciate its Beauty. Chest or Individual pF

, Bend Malleable also Pieces

; other makes of You must Hear it Play to Appreciate its Tone and Quality/

: Ranges and Stoves' We will Play it for You, Come in Aluminum Ware

r Rifles = -" .. .. H"
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, j_ Flashlights DEWITT C. JONES

'J I[ Pen Knives Copper Pieces (

[ Safety Razors Hardware Starke, Florida ; .

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-- I Mrs' W. J. Epperson went to Jacksonville he had had! charge/ of the jail at the \PT1ST have a full lino of Pocket Knives

, last week to attend the marriage time no crowd l would! have been! able nnd l Flashlights, Auto Light Bulbs for t"t"We' "

I of her niece, Miss Kuby Gornto, to take the prisoner nway from him. !Sunday school, 10:00: a. m. nil cars and n good\ line of Ammuni

to :Mr. Frank L. Jones. I :Morning worship, 11. tion.We :
Bits of LocalInformation I :MISR Florence Matthews, a studontit 11. V. P. U., fIm: p. m.1'vening also. have received a line of Air t

I i :Miss, Kwi Williams, the efficient the Florida State College for \\'tlm-I : worship, 7:10.:: Rifles, 111,111 full line of Cooking Utensils

\t I U'in'In'r of the primary grade in the I 'n. I is ut home* fur the holidays. I I'rayer and business. meeting onWednesday Cedar Wnlei" Pails. Still I have a :U

\ Hamptonchool, was in Starke .shopping was nccunipanicd homo by one of her ,) at___70::! p. m. f.'a" of Carbon di--uphidc! on
Hihool friends.. : j"" Uuhy IVinl :Mann ---A--- hand to kill \\eevtls.We .
-- of WiTiti'i Haven, who stopped over to "ST.' MA, UK'S 'are buying Syrup and, paying! .
: I break the long trip to South Florida $1 a gallon for the best /grade. Tf 4

I 'i 'I he school board has the thanks the sidoualk of I i The young \ladies) were met nt Ualdwin j I II Christmas day holy ,communion and,) you need any more cans givo your or .

pidisumiifor leveling up by Miss Jeannette Matthews.. and sermon, 10rtO:: a. m del'VI.' have only' a limited amount .

...- -.. --- -.... j in front of the old school house 1\1<'11101'11. Jiminie! Godwin; nnd :Marcus |I I C. ,\. IIOSS, on hand but have arranged tn get a

; on NOl'th'alnut street. Brown and made the trip from thereby Priest in Charge. supply on short notice.. We have a big
Dons and To\sat Sternberjj's. :Miti'hell'Mr. .
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automobile to beat out the .slow line of Lard Cans and' have cut the
- -- -- -- I' A handsome Christmas present train IIPrvl<-c. ( llttisni: TK.\D1NJ: ; Hltl.sKCrowds :; price to 70 cents.Hi .

Rev. V I- Kmir.. of !'\.W l IVl'I', \\ U- . and l l11'1''. I.. A, Ua\is, Jr., and Hundred piece Nippon China Dinner ------
----- 'ing all the folks in during thehoJi.IIlI.
in town Tin' -dayto daughtei' ', Ruby, \M! Igo to FernumlinaFriday Set-at :Mitchell's.\ who Thronged Mores for ll lnliIMMS \
Whittier ,
1 1Col. I John II. ICaisden, of .

: A. V. l.onjr, of I'alatkaus inStarko to visit relatives. Homer Limbaugh is at home irom recently received his appointment I III (! All right\ I sute will do it. nnd we
from the goveinor" ns" county commissioner will head foi He Witt C.
Saturday.R ; ; ,1 ]Miss" Claudia Ambrose, of Waldo, Atlanta for a few days before )going II from the fifth district, to succeed I I The trading! hns hl',111'1')' brisk inSturke Jones HalilNMire straight ritoie.; !
| to Tallahassee to accept a position' usengineer ; during the entire week. HveivI : "
..spent Sutuiday with her friend, Mrs. U. 11. Guy,'re iJCnt'd, hns been in
Hand "illt.1 l Sahul Dowta and Cake '!I[ J. C. Poppell. I \ in the city) power plant. the city this week getting n line on I I i store" has been well pntroni/ed., Yet ---- --+
Plates at :Mil' 'ii-ll's.' _. ''I
-- himself 'it has been 1''I11I1I'k.d that\, though "
county matters and 1 familiarizing
: Little :Miss I.ouisc Jolly, of Wnldu, i Misses, 1 Kate and Margaret Livingston I with his dutil'lI.Vl' understandho great deal of jewelrv has beenold..
ajB. K Uulln.s ha-. moved with his1 aro spending the holidays in the most Iml'I'IIII"1'1' of I'.md-. ,>i!' "
is. Hpeiulmg, thp hi>lula>'8 with her sister will t.i1,e over the olTeo at the January ,
famil.I! I )"" vl.iOn.. I I with :Mr. and Mrs. G. ('. Liv- .
I :Tampa utility pin poses. An tmniens.inn ha.b.M'it I (
Mrs. W. B. Harvard, on Walnut I mtvting." :\11'. lliiloden is at present .
jr : !street.Theodore1. I ingston.Mr. a member\ of the sihool bonid, in made tin dry goods, clot hum and 1 1I : I II
I K M. I 1\ at t, of LnwU-y, was
pMr* --- 1 shoes' nlso. for sin'h household] I n. "
which hi1 has made splendid
hoppi J' in -.' .itko Friday. : nnd Mrs. R. (). Dnniel nnd ..on. I 1 position n conceded I ._ Tecler of Jacksonville rec.'id, nnd it is generally
j, I is '
jjU'f: Russell, of Jacksonville. niv spending commis Tho sales in thf gioieryton1 ,rivi 1I
NPeai" ii i.'I i (hlfc'rent varieties, at \'i"ltinj.hill\ uuntsh': ". J. W101'jlllll: i the holidays] with11', mid Mis, Wm.F.duards that he will m.iko a Ga'/.ette.good ( Mr.naisdcn [ warrant for that the Christina d"! i
nnd Mr-. I.iillu Chace. sioner.Kisstniincc' ; i .
Kicklit.r I
on Madison street.j nor will be "sans pentel s.mi' i'
of Mrs.Ailnlinc .
ia Shu-lie hoy; a son
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rW. I. ;Mailing: of Raiford, had Sam Carver, a .substantial.. citin'n j :Miss Edith Warn-n, emplojed l Io yI Itaisdcn.M_ pronch.Many. of the Christmas gift \\ ill

In. ii. "t"t'I,<' l Friday.Xni.i of the- l.iiViI'utK: .r -ivtionas in HIP llarni'tt National, ,Ia !U-"nville I ':'consist of cosh money which will b.

: --- town Friday. I IH spending! / tho holulujs; in this :; :Mi: I'OUUKU. J spent later.
' < ";u.l-;: and Booklets! ahm ; ---. I and I -- .
', i'ity and Urooker with nlnti\os All week the barbers have be. .n. \ Does Your Letter-
Boot f"i .. I a -' -, organ's<, j jA. i mIX reductions Millinerv: utSlernberK'.s. fnonds. O J, tiriflin is fattening n Durocho !''busy "blushing III'" customerfm" ,th.i .
of tin1 Gii'M'r,' Sweat stink that is
I ii holidays. Dut tin1, busiest of all ha\: > ?
head Get It
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E.I't: ,' i ha- had 1 hi.. ivsulincouppln.l : Light and dark! colored! outinur, "u sight His !pig-hip" ,, is of M ry large been the post.illice. personnel andPostmaster i
] with roof.. I III I si/e i ando fat that he is nrxct" on. his
.- - .1 n.\v Ii i I I.Eu. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and children! I best' Iltlait| ) spedal price :25c: a : leprs etn pt when eating His head resembles Alvniennd assistant i I The appearance olyour letter*
aie ")lI'ndinj.the\ holidays. in Jiuksonille yard! t\i\ Slump s. I Mrs. Fernandowill 1 ; not In- M>II.when 'Y I brad mean auccese or
Throwi'i, of Jal'kl OnVilIC, that or a gu//.l I>' hem. except may
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\ with relatives and friends.Mrs. I | the rush ill over. Wngonli ndsof failure. Do :yourself juaiice
pent "t".da\' Inn with icnjs.. Col. and, Mrs. A. /. Adkins and I lit- for the I'luitniMiitusks" Tin hOII" I is letters and parcels post matter In the quality: of :your bualoaaaWe
expected tn weigh .1!.>(11 potn.ds I di.sed. -
reol. : K.: J. Don ling and Bister, Miss tic ,daughters amin GainesvillesponditiK have been deliveredto and received,.
fuinish "il. ham dut am"in
He will <
J. E I-utch is u polled! UK rueoverniK -
Ida Dow ]ling; of Hampton, were shopping tho holidays with Mrs. Ad- fiom, eveiy mail train. At the express do not .,s"oeal. .itr-...
finm hiri'iint illncss.Men's : ; in Starke Friday.Mrs. kins' mother :Mrs. M. K !M\\anlt.; diiplunte. I olllce Agent lIolTman and Assistant (.nc*. W* r.comtn.nii Ih*

: Wamwright have ben: l> : ure f" very: moderat priced

Flannel Shirts 75: cents J, r. Colley left Fi,'iday for Miss. Josephine< ) Hrin"onho, is at- .CLASSIFIED. bees receiving and forwarding express I taniUrd paper -

at Stump's.l.o.a. T.ronson, to be at the bedside of her tendinjt the Woman's ColleRe, Tallahassee I mllltl'r.I I :iJ'1: JJ..t I

FMI : sister, who was very ill at that time. 1 is spendinf* the hulnlays with I I ti'1 BDWDwhkh )
s Sweat is visiting:" i'datives I her pnrentH, Mr. nnd l Mrs.. T. A. IJiinon ADVERTISING
in Jacksonville and Inverness. FARMER BROV/ri'J'J1I..lIn. has won recognition
.. N. Walnut street.
I I Mrs.! W. J. Grant of Jacksonville, for It* quality and the service
came down Tuesday to visit her par --- -- -- -- - -- -.- It Rivea. We are prepared tofurnleti
Mrs. K:. C. Scott is IiIPcn.linr.the i ('nt". Dr. and :\11'''. J. <). Haynes :Miss[ Naomi DIBITS, who is teiu'hinK O.SK TEN'I' A WORD FOR KACII ISHUK. I that paper and to print
holidays in Jacksonville with her hus in G"r WashinKton:; Junior Iliuh CASH IN ADVANCEAdvrrtlnrmenla Snyder'! What 1110\ >ou I think you a letterheaj that U a dignified
band. School U spending the holidays Ina.rti1 under thla haifmtiHl of the frost1' I representative.
Chas.. I IIl'al student of Emory Tumpa,
______ 8'it.Men's College, Atlanta, is spending the holidays with his )parents, I Rev. and Mrs. fur nn. Insertion Brceptcd for IIM than 2S Why this frost. and ice made me See What We Can Give You
Neckwear, JOe to $2.50: with relatives in Starke.Men's ; C. DIRKS.As think of old] Maryland. I'm used to

lit Sternberg's.WProf. IJ. FOR :SALK:-15 head of fat bacon frost, ice and snow. 1 guess it niake- Before Yon Place an Order

all leather Work Shoes part of their honeymoon trip hogs. J. M. AlvareStarke.; It. you think of buying a heater.We Bradford County Telegraph
and Mrs. S. S. How Imp: are : '. and Mrs. Frank I,. Jones, of Jacksonville I _
G"Tallaha"sl'e I $.3.50: to $;).00. Splendid values have some dandy Dixie Oak :
visiting Mrs. 1J0wlin 's at Stump's. I spent Tuesday and Widnes. I KOK SALH:-One S'IUIII'O| piano ingood iin.l fi.l.'K] Air Ti.rl.t. 11.,,,"'rR Tl.u..
Barents.... day, vl..itinll's.. : Jones' : ) (condition $.r>0. 1'. !S. Williams are;: wood; ;; i heaters; ;\ nnd beauties.; ; "Wo I "

_. See our Coats for Ladies and Miss Mrs. Angle Sternberg went up to W. J. Epperson.E. aunt11'1 I Starke. I 12-'Jt5-2t.:! : also have the Oil, Heatets\ nnd, as you I .

Jacksonville] Tuesday to spend Christmas see. a full line of Cook !Stoves and !
es. Close prices for the Holidays.Morgan's. with her daughter, Mrs.. R, A. I F. Chase has returned home'I LOST, !STKAYP.D Oil STOLKN--Hull I Ranges as well as the I'etfection and I -

Harbour. from Jacksonville where he had been .Iu! g, solid hrindle, 7 months old: ; answers Puritan Oil C""kt":; We
\<'II. areselling t.4MERMILC.
itt. un.j"r for II'' of :Mike1. 1o.tul'l1'( \ .
at n hospital] treatment to name ; I -
]lot of :Stoves and .
a Piping 1 =
.;Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones attended the I Miss Cairie Holley, leather of the nervous affection. His many friends to ,\. K.: Wall, Staike. It. I I What BOND
do think of Christmas
..Tonelliol'nto'l'dtling m Jacksonville you our
will be glud to know that he has. regained
eighth grade in the 13. II. S., is in window ? The Community Plate Silverware and Our Good
Saturday afternoon.
Oiala, spending the holidays with her his health.Gaiy FOR SALK;-Grade Durham bull
mllthl'r.I nbout :U! l-2 years' old. II. n.i Alderman I needs no recommendation. It
,, _..aciWiNon" ] is nt home for the I Knnis, one of Stuikit's/ students Lake Geneva: ; pO-tOflil'I' address has the qimlit.i' and reputation Ih.. PRINTINGWlllSavcfKm

holidays from the University of Florida I Little IIt.vill10,0: ; of Jacksonville, .. at the Univeisity of Florida , Mel rose, Fla. IJ-liMf.:! !. woi'Id over.n.l .
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: I ; you want one of the- '
who has hl'l'n'isitinll his. grandmothI :I has' gone to Tampii) to spend, Christmns I Famous' Daluui .
Ir j I :\Jr'"" C. .W. Liddun, returned home : with his parents, nnd, will be heiu FOR I SAI 1.1'-: GO bushels Porto Rico I I I'h.ini.ginph:" fm" th. :=:
| Choir..xt of Perfumes nn<] J'o\vilers Tuesday.J. later to spend( pint of the holiday va i seed potatoes , .
-iiiind ,.,,
at'l\lit. h.-ir ,, cation.Mrs.. River. Flu. 12-W-I"! : ai. ti. noli.' .mltand, < '|'iii, .
I :..nmi, tin,. mat U. t tI =-
Kfj'licti.K :M. Dubose, of Tampa, made a I II" -- -
nf. John I'owoll arcjj lad to I shott visit in Starke Friday. :Mr.Dubose I : J. M. :Mitchell entertained u FOR SAI.K:-Noith Carolina vnnetyseed I

tee him up afrain after an attack of worV in n shipyard and i iI is 1 I number of friends Friday afternoon lith.r peanuts. ten cents per pound.

fever doing well. :i home on Madison stieet in honor I F'r.: White Son, Lake Park, Ca. .

I j of Mrs. Clyde Muelle, Washington, Vllt.:! !
,MiMildnil, <"msby went to Vuldostc. ; I __ r
Gift Suggestions-Cut Clans, Silverware I D. C.
Tinil.i tu spend Christmas
With hi'tut, t "i', :Mi JV. llowell. I ivory Joods, Stationery, Candy, I I I HAVE FOR) I TRADR--One good pi- Holiday Greetings
I Klectrir: Toaster. :Mitchell's. :j :Mr. and :\11'". Roseoe 1\lcLune enter- < tino, costing $ Ir.n, for town lots. oracreage

Mrs ; J.: Uruttiili'e. ] ithe1 of''I -- i I tained at cards last Thursday afternoon I either in town or count ..

Col. and :Mr-- :\ V. Ionu. of ju'st I'al.itka 'j Miss. Kva; Kpperson: a popular the occasion being in honor of :MuHun, the 1.'ul'lIiLul'eIan: Starke..
thin w.M.kB I tcut-her in the Waldo] ) school, is home : Airs. :McLiine's si..ll'l'11'. : ''. Clydu :Mistelle 11-21-tf.

I for the holidays with her patents, Mr. |' of Washington." D. C., who isI | :
'Spedal and Mrs. \.... J. I i 'ndmg the Christmas holidays in
Kpperson.Tuesday ) spi The I Bank of Starkr rxlrnils
Bar ains in Women's | Starke. TOR SAI.n--TWII Ford louring cars, lo every reader

and Children's Hats at Stump's.HMr 1 luilh in ex..client condition. All new ifiis.
afternoon, at three o'clock, -- I ut paper its blot VAi-hcs i f for a nu-rry ChristI -
J I I tires.' One. foi $:ir,0; other forl."iO.
little Miss I I Davis j The pustolTiee has been equippedwith I
Kuby entl'l.talneltnumLer
. -. J Itos-ir :M (:irudc-r, principal of II a Kor particulars wnte A. /. C., Lake and prosperous New Year.
friends door which would
of by delightful a street keep'out
giving a
the Sampson I :! t'ANTF.Colorecl I
City school was heie I'.utl.MFla.' -
hoj'pmtr TUI."tlay.t Christmas tree party. the cold. if it was ever closed. Hut I! _ ._ :_ __ .
iduiing the holiday rush it has been -JO\ I During the I 1919 I liaudltd alxmt!
-- - I \\ family to rent year we
: : :Miss[ Kate Capiinger, one of the continuously] opened' from (i n. m. to
Peanut M'.tl, difT.'tcnt MiiU'tiex farm, 10) cultivated. Rental
atKlcklitcr's lucre i acres 25 cent IHIMTHSS limn
high" school teachers in the Stnrke 10 p. m. fin more in any ollit-r
I I free for f first half year. Inrpiiro' I
school will spend Christmas with I year since our c.:;(t..Ilisllllw/lt in I 1906.V
Little Jack llorner i of John Priego, Lnwtey, or owner, (lender
friends ut St. Cloud.
Miss Margan-t" Hnmruh, of Doug/ i I Sat the Paul F.ngel: 1811 I Rose ," Pt, Chicago our sincere thanks
corner very to f
lass our customers
Ga.! is "''JI'ndinlthl'" holnlays with ; 111. 11-7-81.
her' I Masier Charles Dai'by, u student at Hating his Christinas )pie; lor tins handsome
n\th'r. :Mr- Sarah L. Ilamrick.M. increase in business and ol-
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Smyrna high school, is at -yum, yum vuni
'J. -. HITSIJ- nf. Johnstown called I!! home to spend the holidays: with his For the pie. wasn't bum, I-OR SALK:-Two good IOWH. One- isfresh ic it a continuance. of tin- "pleasant business; relations
,I 11'III''ntll.' :\11'. and Mrs. A. M. Dai'by. lint his tummy will hurt )by and bye.See I now the other will )be fresh l
it Our i>(tJiI."dav: to renew his subscription ', !I -.- I about January 1st. One "registered we have had with tliern.

to On- Telegraph..Bruce ,1 I :Mrs. II, C. Richard has returnedI I Jersey bull, three years fll,1.| ami as ,
-tL: _. I our line of. Ladies t'oats. :
. Davis of Arcadia I I from a short stay in Italtimore. She Coat) Suits and )Hi esses $1 h.O ', fine as silk. I'nce $!;'jfl. I.. C. I'res-' To those 1.0. wish form :
spend :I I was accompanied by her brother :\11'.1 land I Stump's.I 'I cott, on Peek r..nd. to Kingtdey lake. I \\ to a new or an ad- I t

ing the holidays with relatives andWend ,I I r..I..o..... . .11......_i....... I i up. 12-IH-at.! ,..ll....-.nnl...-. I.".... L.r; ,.. <,.i.,.....iiii-i.iit., I;.<.ii." i.f.-.l.-, In....
Starke .n..t>
in I I I i nityear I'JV,
ItFI' I Miss. Kathleen Alvarewho is attending -- -
SKid-Cloves-- :\11'.1111,1 :Mrs. fjeorge; Marks. of New the Woman's College, Tallahassee 'FOR: SALK--My: : farm on' Lawtey ,I invitation to make use of
for Ladies and Men I I
At !Smyrna, are holiday guests at the retained home Friday to J public road), one mile from Stiitke; our facilities.Bank.
Stcrnberjj's. I
." home of Mrs. :Maik's Imrf'nts11': nnd sp<'ml th<* Christmas holidays with her I 2fi acres, some' timber good water

fj Roger-Will1of+-Jacksonville | Mrs. ,\. :M Darby.Do PIlI'I'ntl11': and :Mrs, J. :M. .Mvnrex; I good buildings, nice location. All .
was I I j stock and fium tools, ; one mule 1111,1.
Ti.Hing friendin
holidays. Stnrke during the ''I jour Christmas *hoJ>pim; Cnrlyle;\ I'eok, who is teaching inGeorgia I wagon and. harness, ; I head of cat-. ,
at I Stcrnberjj's.t Tech., Atlanta, came down i tie; 18 hend of hogs For (.iri.e s. .
f f!. f!. !Burroughs" on the place.
with his _
Mrl'. Jam. Warren is visiting relative i Sunday to spend a days of Siarke
iiii'l fru'ndn, Jacksonville during 1 O. K. I ewis ]left Wednesday afternoon ''parents. :Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pork. Friday i 12-10-21:! :!

: this week.Men's / for Jasper where he will spend he will leave for Hamilton, N. C.,
Christmas with his. parents, Mr. and ''where he goes to join hi.; wife, who is'visiting FOR SALKN.: C.: Flat Vine or Flor The
I Work hirts :Mrs.'[ It. L. Lewis.I ': her parents. ,I i.Ia Runner Seed Pennuts. "eed Growing Bank
$1.00 at
I peanuts are exteedingly scnr-e. Secure -
/ E. S. Matthews
Stamp's.Post Pren. Ceo
C. White
I I Jim Kicklitcr, u student of Stetson I! Qtiigley\ is a hustler... Saturday: nil you' will need at earliest Cashier

o"t Card-, Tags. Si-als, and Tissue I University Del.and arrived I'rulav morning broom corn and other ma- T" (),, i"ll! mun1l'nf.V... hll\'(' limitwl YT _
Paper for fixing to spend two weeks with his parents 'tennis )became low in his broom flll'-j .'lp"ly uf Ih.. FJ"ri"" nllnn"r" anlar"
up your '
Mr. and :Mrs. J. Jo'. Kickliter. ] lory. He coupled the trailer tu ",rl'rll1. thf'm lit tl'n "('nt p<,r

I i Overland and at !) o'clock started) fur I pound I ) roo p"r" tllI'hl'l I I n h.

EPneumoniafcj 1 :Misses Kmma and F.Ine; I II licks and Jacksonville. He! returned! at .i:111: p .""" Fill "I"I ", v' III' '.rell'r to

oftci follows 'of r :Miss Watterson, of Hampton, "pent m. with 700/ pounds. of broom corn nr>d ,lay Th"v w'l1' 11 ,t la't' lonlt', H. GENERAL INSURANCE
,!:NW Saturday selecting Christmas goods other supplies. T Hall Co Lowell. Fla. 1121tf.

, Neglected Cold 'i in the Starke stores. HAROLD
I : ; : . : '..' '. WALL
KILL THE COLD1 I'I'i The section tributary to Starke h-i- "".-I' !if. .
Come in and see our new line surely done its part to supply] the

. lIiLL'S I ISCAlA flf hiffh jjrade shoes for :.Men I''I Christmas dinner tobies throughout Good PirderSeed STARKE, FLORIDA

Women and Iissl's.Ve can sl\e' the states for both Jews and fientiles. t

you $1 to $::1 j on a pair Stump's. ;: Among the produce sent may be m 'ntionn I FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
[ at
;t QIJIN I ,| dressed hogs, turkey'<, gei-e,

:MrM. L. Wat. r-, of 1 Richmond, chickens, eggs\ pecans, syrup and I
Vn,, :Mr, and :Mr". (i.n'l"all'r.] .., of sweet pntll toII.
13-.aDf.: Jacksonville. are the guests of :\11'''. |i H. L. Fowler'sLake :

tf..d "M"'" f ,r 1 yew.. I Hnmrirk during the holidays.' ; Mallory Jones, deputy .sheriff and) FKHTILIZBRS-SPRATINO MATKIIIAI.S--MPftAYKItS
./-'o, ',- ." c, w-ro. ri, detective of Duval county, Sunday Butler LHMOtO HUME..... W ,. SIMMONS. Vice ...... 0. A. MOIMISON.See i I Tra*..
;.. ,A:;: c li 'm 24 I spent Th. valu*of a ftrlilix.r dflp. ..nd* upnn lh.iu.litir an.l b'' 01 ,h.
:;;;- :v : in j d* and Mrs. J. T. Wills have returned in Starke with relatives. "Mul-: IF before f filwnntf 1 Into Ha eompot.lion.mnti th.c r u d propr
they in manufarlunnc We hiiih'
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K If I laili. The to !Starke for a season. They ley" the Duval you come rimlm end ourfnfftil. r ar b*'hd by more then ar.d.d- *
was thirty
l'P\ jailer at county y rep n ne in thmr iu maaafl. -
" .nl. i< box ho a ) cdt ........ .
. 1 l'D ,. .., h Mr. litU I will probably spend the holidays with jail until a short time before the twoonc'lit'roes are gone Quality ie placed lin' end FOR our LATEST prieae line with quality aad. compocitioaWRITE .
jrXf Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wills Jr. of Waido.
: were taken out to be !ynch"d.) .
1( O. I'AINTliU FKHTll.lZ.KU
It o..ulI $'.... JSII'ANY
. His many friends are confident that if ._ III ,I4CK 'LLE. KLORIOAI
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PACE SIX __ -.- - --- I'c,

., wore not unlike those of our own gal 1

n Bradford County: Farmersr I 1 hint fear of statesman King!!" was and instantly my "dread dispelled un. 1

by the smile and! hand clasp of thi t

I fearless SoldierKing.Let .
I me add l in closing, that it is entirely
1 e SOME: WINTER: POINTERS: -i-I lirought on by expo-lire 'm army' l.K'ITKK: FKOM 1 MILS Ut.ill-Jo-( ;:; I possible' and not at all improbable I Florida'

I KOK FLOUIDX) FAR.MEIKThere : life one' was permanently ,deafenedby that Queen Elizabeth from her .
t. the aerie" i"f cannon ; several broke. Former Starke! I.ady Enjoys. Life inNation's sent in the 1'resident's! Box in the gallery

the; arches of their feet injured then Capital interested observer o ,
are ninny things{ the wist. was an .Most Exclusive Showing of
industrious farmer will observe at spines, or have rheumatism.! All have I the incident whereby Her husband, thi,

es this !season of the your to increase been out of service for a number of )Editor:: The Telegraph Starke, Flu King held for an t instant the ham'

't home comforts and I better protect bit month. niury: of them for a )your or 1 am mttiiiK I I by my window overlooking of "Mr.Hughes: : of Florida." I'

''J//' r }property. from the rigors Of winter more. Some are entitled to hospital the beautiful Potomac River Sincerely Diamond Jewelry and
While Florida has comparatively nnl< treatment, others to medical care and Basin. Somehow with the thought! I MltS. NKLLK; II. It'RIS(; :

'a. climate she also grows many of the all have claims against the government of this wonderful day, my memory I 1011 Vermont Ave. N. W., Artistic Gift Goods .

s semitropical or less hardy products because of their disability. turns back to Sunny Florida. One Washington
which, even in our climate require :Many did not know government\ again I IonIC for familiar faces and ----- --

.' special protection in winter Warm would do anything for them; others scenes at home. The atmosphere! I t

e 1 periods induce but ' Claims for re-education at government : through the trees their leaves l all
j bring on a general tender condition 'Visitors to Jacksonville
ornumenta expense have been filed on behalf red and jr:ld. Something t indefinable \
y in some of our tree-,
r 1' shrubs, and tender perennial vegetation. of nine soldiers!! of the county who whispers "home." With that one word Spent Was Are Cordially Invitedto \1

I are disabled so that they cannot work more tangible than others!, I feel atirrcssistible Our Establishment
at their old occupations. Two of these longing to write
Lots of our sugar cane and .lapn !! to my
t.r t nci t' cane has now been harvested boys are already at school.\ One of. friends. in Starke, through the medium All Wasted"I
ry I Prof. B. Thompson, of the; Florida them send) word that he i is very happy of the Telegraph.
ilt because he is i being taugh't to read
s Experiment Station suys that when I When I came on a visit to Washington ( ,
: ( write -11 to a tradeat AM TO MV TROT)
and a as pursue CLAD SAY
the stubble is intended. to !supply i aI almost a year ago, little did 1 I
I ratoon crop for another !season a plow which he i make a living I'think I should soon be a small purt of! BUS ARE OVER AMI: 111.1VE I : 2lIesB & Ijlager fir
claims for compensation ,
, or single! Khovel should he run on In six instances 'the busy affairs of Uncle Sam. Now GAINED TEN POUNDS SINCE: ,
c insurance' for dependent
1 I either side of the row throwing: a protective !! and it seems l that I am indeed a part of TAKINC. : '
i ; soldiers. who died in ser- Tf1NL.1C. JEWELERS
relatives of ,
ridge over the; stubble.} This i, the U. S. Treasury! and. that Uncle'
practice not only protects!! against vic have been filed. In several of I'Sam would fl'el'ry lonely if I shouldsuddenly :
these the rl'latldi.1. not know "I sure had u hard fight for over' nyour Sixteen West Forsyth Street
r extreme cold but also decreases twdanV1'1i change to another form of !
I with and
the I, indigesction: stomacrtrouble
entitled to pension.In
: from drying out of the stubble they were work. However, I expect there art
J but since taking Tanlac I
the aged parents of aIdeceased I II \ am Jacksonville. Florida
one case
in case of excessive drought. thousands! of just such as I in the
troubles and
< soldier. who had been their I gliul: to say my ure over,
flunking or wrapping the, trunks of various government departments herein "
have 1 said :\11"11.W. .
1 only support had been living upon I gained: < ten pounds,
t young: pecan trees require but little I the District who feel, too perhaps :R. Woods, of !II\:! Luke street
time and may prevent much loss from i harity. that the wheels of government: progress :'olt'ri.tian.1:: iss. <: StdbhSh"'d' FortyYl"ers .
cold( weather. The crown or growing i I The mimes/ of Jl sick and disabled! '', would cease to revolve should "My I miserable condition had almost

A points of palm is the mo4t'suweptihle soldiers who enlisted from l'whcr".t'r'c the county I: they not contiue to be. a component of turned' me into a nervous wreck. I

tI to injury from cold mid in tender species but who ure now living t.I the same. had terrible pains all through my +++++++++++i,( +?i't +++++++++ F+++++++
these should bt protected< by secured from" their friends and vela-l I i Washington: is indeed u most beautiful I'I chest and a pressure around my heart r-- -"i"iI

4 wrapping with dead grass, damagedbay. f tives in the county anti( have been referred city. With its many beautiful parks 'from gas! that arose in my stomach SEEDSNew
Red ('ro. workers in the '
to -
or other materials. I,and buildings: of wonderful architecture which nearly choked me. I couldn'teat
Sweet if bundled carefully locality of their new homes. ; and they one need never wish for
potatoes I a place a thing. that wouldn't sour in my Spring Catalogue ReadyWrite it
and. placed in a properly constructed! are being: asistcdin filling their claims to pass the time. stomach and had sharp pains all

f 1 and located "pit" will supply the tablein against: the government and! obtaining i I first. visited the Capitol! N'utural- through: my back and sides that would I today for copy.If .

t .. lute winter and (early spring: when medical attention. i ly I had a desire to climb to the dome, nearly drive me distracted! and the
potatoes are relatively scarce and I theprice In addition, claims have been prepared and did so, and if I am forgiven: that only way I could get: rid of the pain you are a beginner you need the information -

high. .\ good: 1 supply of wood on behalf of various! soldiers! in I offense I shall never be guilty: of a was by blistering myself. All the money contained in the booklet if

r I is an asset on the farm at any time the county for travel pay, liberty bond similar one, inasmuch as it was a Ions I !spent for medicine was just

,t and the farmer with keen insight will and bonuses Requests have been i tedius journey up a narrow, winding\ thrown away till I got hold of Tan- i not you'will: want it anyway
put forth special effort to have a good: mailed( for uniforms! and articles of I stairway, the spiralling of which seemoil lac.

I Kupply, prepared and ready; when clothing which the soldiers had not re- for a time to be endless. Howeverthe ":lly friends urged me to try Tan- i KILGORE SEED COMPANY

+ cold. weather arrive Trunspnrtadifficulties "l.'i\'ellInd to which they were entitled i i most pleasant things must sometime Ice and it just! made. me a new person t PLANT CITY F'LA.llllt J

, tion and the dangers: of a Insurance has been reinstated, and I i have an ending so I IVa,; soon The pains are entirely gone +*+ +++++-i++'*-t*+++++i +>+++++++*+++++++ n + n+
t n cold, shortage thru labor troubles may Victory Buttons! obtained. :Mure than down again: visiting: the President'sChamber ! from my chest and back and sides. and __

tend. to create. nn increased. demand for $225:!:! has been paid out to provide i and other interesting! partsof : I never have a sign of indigestion.The : _. '" s s'I

r wood.( during! the coming: winter. families with the necessities! of "xi'I-I the ('opito!. I attended. a sessionof gas has! stopped, forming in my; 'I[

p ._ t..l''h"I'. (' the ex-soldier has Congress, and! while there enjoyed stomach, my complexion has cleared
l DAIRY fLl'IIS too ill to work. In all to date 151 soldiers the wrangling of
congressmen: over u upi can eat anything: I want without I! 1 1II
1+ hah,'(>n served.Many I'bill which some of them were endeavoring any trouble I sleep well at night: and
r : soldiers throughtout thecounty
The Florida Dairy Association announces to "
pass. feel well all the time.
that the dairy cKib work begun cannot read or write. Practically I i iI'
Y I visited the White House and II
saw I All druggists. sell Tanlac." Adv.
last April hy l F. r, (;Iroover, "f t all are" farmers and untrainedin relics of our former presidents, and --- -_ :=- i iI
Demonstration office methods.. The lied Cross '
s .Jacksonville, and the Home :
'' the East r."UI11h"I'l' diplomats! of the KIM'CATION: ( :MADE: EASY I'
Department nt Tallahassee, tells them of their claims and oppor-I'' I I :
world were wont to dance with their
the. club, tunities and l them to ,
will contiune anothel year, < urges\ ladies .
: fair t" enchanting: melody. Enrollments: l are coming in for thecorrespondence .f
i work to begin January 1st t and close vantage of them ; it prepares theirlaim I "
spout a !most enjoyable afternoon
< study courses by
the affidavits. and certificates i II
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October 31st. < > '
in the wonderful Corcoran Art (iallery which the general: extension divisionrepresenting THE UNIVERSAL CAR ;
t :Mr. fjroitver has again\ put up $ I 1":;iO required to substantiate them ; I
) admired of
masterpieces :Michael Angelo the University of Flor- 'I
in cash for pri/es, a !hart of which will and it helps. them until the big wheelsof about'! Rembrandt and, other celebrated ida and the State (College fur \\'on1l'n,1 LI-.T T, IF.RL BE NO: DISCORDS i;:
machinery turn ,
be used to reward individual effort !government
artists, and almost felt that I win before makes' it possible for everyone in the
two liberal prizes being offered( for tutu bring' : assistance to them. Its If your Ford car is out of tune. then- is undoubtedly a very i I
w i) the sacred shrine of immortal state, no matter how far from schools!!, I'
I, 4 bust anti next l best success' in addition work 1 i" of incalculable prf'K'nt'lIluc' And the Lest find that and :
souls, so divinely did these artists to get high school and for club winnin ". and will reach out and produce a harve"t -
The association also expects to arrange in reestablished lives and manhood I give to the world such masterpiecesof buns! have it remedied is to jump in and drive to our authorized I ;

r a for prizes in each county to be thrllllhtnut! the years to come.THElESIT I art. The first student to enroll I is HenryC. Service Station where one o our mechanics who is thoroughly I
I made a trip to the Congressional Johnson principal of the :Melrose!
awarded( to individual, club members -- I with, the Ford mechanism and who knows the Ford
; Library with its shelf upon shelf of junior high: school. :Mr. JnhiiMtn who I acquainted
who make the be. showing in
J 1 clubs t PROOF famous works of our loved writers.I has attended the University of Florida way to adjust or repair your car. can tune it up in a garage I'
took occasion to make !side tripsto I I is taking a course toward his A.
v{ :Miss! :May :Morse, home dairy agent: Washington's, home at :Mount: H. degree: Announcements of the that is properely equipped to give real Ford service. Then,
e r Tallahassee, will atrain have the supervision V'I'-I too never use imitation parts--only the Genuine Ford-
non, and to Arlington the courses! offered by the University of we
3.1 of the dairy club work in silent city of many of our sleeping I i Florida and the State College for made strong and durable.\ They wear from thirty to seventy
lj' Florida. and every pl'I'Sllnho wishes Given by a Starke Citizen
to take part in the contest should. Doan 1 lithe,, Pills! were u"ed- heroes.There are other buildings and places' I II general Women have extension just been division sent out by the five per cent longer than the counterfeit parts that are softer

t see their county home demonstration hev brought l u>>n..llt. of interest that I never tire of I i For those! who live in rural communities and more cheaply m.ide. In fact it is dangerous to human

.. agent: at once, or write direct to :Miss The tory was told to Starke residents '' ing. On which will carry you Visit-I, or small towns that do not sup- life to use!! imitation parts and it I t.i!! not fair to your Ford car or "

Its :Morse, who will furnish the rules for I a volume of ancient history. is the port first class high schools and. for book. I' '
It contest and record sheets to be filled TlniP has strengthened, the evi Franciscan :Monastery. The persons who for any reason find it impossible your pocket
We of the Ford Service organization; wh o'e
dence. are a part gigantic purpo.ei.
i out.The ed monks welcome you and, / to attend high !!(school correipondence -
county; clubs which won prize Has proven the result la-tinx./! showing you through the lIunclal'l courses! are offered in preparation to serve the owners of all Ford carl and trucks; wr have more than fl I

money this year are: Duval I. first; The testimony I Is home testimony. tricate grottos: and for entrance to college and passing ,interest m your car. Pompl."nlcei. given on all work...from a i: ;

Hernamlo. second ; Putnam third; St. The proof convincing ductions of Roman architecture.Then pru-1 professional! schools. There are also minor ,adjustment a motor overhaul. Dnve in and! "see the fails for your I I

Johns, fourth: and St. Lucie. fifth. It ran h.' InveHt'Biited'/ hy 4tarkerold I the Washington :Monument review courses in many subjects required self.--there's too much money I mvesred In your Ford car to non connection i ,

Eleven:) county club completed the con \"nt4' looms grey and majestically againstthe : I II for state certificates" so that u with the aulhori/rd Ford dealers.Ford. I "
test. JV.. .Andrews, ::11.1111."e.i ., ,
Mrs. I blue sky and seems to be for everntching student may prepare through: home ,
r; a "\ :i> s, :: "I 1 have used l Poa II'. l'Ida'y : you! Somehow, it makes one study for a teacher's certificate nr to
REPORT: III' RED: /: ('JlOo': ''; I'tllfor kidney. complaint: i I'> ;.l 1 IM k- wonder how such a statue could, riseso raise the grade of the one he or .she GarageHAULING ,H
uch"s unit havH re'-elv.vl II.t. risi'ts.I .' a
high above such a small base.My holds.
During th" t'" months in which it I feel. justlllHd in reeoiiiniendiiiK' thU : most. interesting! experience recently Short, practical courses will be. offered i :
has had, trains l 'i.irk'T, at Starke, ine'lielnp., I I
i was that of being: introduced to for those who wish to take work ,
the Red: Cress
filed claims f r <""ipensation on behalf "R trl): "I 1 think Just thenn: of I October 7th. the Royal I family of or trade, anti reading courses

of _'!J'.in! IH-I-S rum' Lake flutter, Kuan's KHIIHV Pin. ti"W .n i i.t .. !.1''nr Helgtiim: and their suite I arrived in : have been planned for, hu4y persons

Starke, !Rrnnk-r. Trfnrd?:, I D iki-. \Vorthlngton I r'-pominenrteil t'MI, hi-for-1 I luvetinil i'! Washington. Plastically' all Washington mi the farm and in the olVice, shop and #+++t+++++++++++++++++t.,,,+++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sj "r.iign t*her, townin. tf retuiii of "' Ins y trouble sinco! them. It hoim- +
was out to greet: wasquite
the county. .\ o'Iml'' r "f tin, -" ni'' '11 this !n iMny| | cocoa. ) ",,, i! an exciting night,--to \be expecting There are high school courses in I i :
were glided.) nt.d :" ''! -ill! 1 1 1\ i' |'| 'li.'i; .' .llj .1 '"! l>'fl't real hero.t t
a King\ and war second third and fourth English;
i i weak lungs;, i'-i, ., < I ,,!'V. \IMV !lift. ..,...I"< 'I. ,in... . '" 'I. ' t-iu'h move of the Royalties: i t American mfd English; history civics, + "t
. .. ,..1''it' d! ,, 0, '" MI.- '",.' th t hllulOalld"1 :
t \ others with PO I : MT.I l 10 IP.I: i i- ip. c.f i people" lined the. streets i commercial law first and second, yearilgehra : Our 1-ton truck for hire. Rates by the
have !gun-shut 1 HP I -h > i'i'| ' \ "''I'd- : "v. \ ''r ' 1 l I1""" Milhnrnr.i ,
glimpse of "the Wing riding by. Of plane geometry; first year : hour. Furniture r
1 f. others are suffrrim.' fn.i., i'il.-ri-n'''''. \i|, r 'u: < X= > ,course I was. anxious to fee him so I latin, (Caesar Cicero and Virgil trip, job or moving

f :. the next morning: I decided, I would I I As the work is wholly individual, t PHONE 129

J } I hear King: Albert deliver "an students may enroll at any time and
r'f y ; at the capitol.Admittance wa "ddr".1; I progress as rapidly as their time and i QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. J

.I I I 1 1_ M K r1' i i L't, and I had failed to secure a bility will permit. With an hmir a ++t++++t+ttt+tit++++t.,..+++'.tt.Ft++++t+tt4ttt#
I Hut I had several I !good. friends among lay for study a great: deal of good

t! (t.. I. the Congressmen! and felt sure I work can be don('. Examinations may
could\ get in. I went to the I Representative hE' taken at (iainesville or in the stu-! nient, (ieneral' Extension: Oivismn.University ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE

z l'f' S Office Building located Congressman Ii'nt's" home town under approved, con- of KloricU, (fa;: 'rI,' vdl...
4' itl Overstreet of (;liunrgia, and 'lit ions FIn

I told him that I must h"IIth,. King In addition, to high: school and .review - --- Name "Bayer" i is on GenuitgAspirin .
speak. To make a rong story hort I Iivas I I courses, many courses for college -
TO I'KINril'M.S: AM I" TKACIIKKS: : -say Bayer .
; soon seated with the Congressmen credit are. otTt-nvl by the colleges! t
on their floor, and within a few of education and, arts and sciences andy

: I I feet of His :Majesty. King: Albertirave > the schools of art, music and.I home Starke, Kla. Dec. 1. ll'.i.I !) '!I r. ,
short talk in which he thank- conomics.. Non-credit:: I
i a courses are offered I 111m ,
sending\ out this: circular letter
eti America and her boys for their invaluable l in engineering: and law and special -
It'll soon be in Museums assistance! in winning the non-credit courses include, kindergarten for the purpose of ascertaining\ whether (?
or not your and! your faculty will
world\ war which gave Helgium her work in the home, newspaper
I rreodcim.After vriting, retail advertising, salesman- attend the Florida" Edu'nti"nltlI'll.-
Calomel loses you a day You know what calomel is. It's King Albert's talk the Congressmen ship' and rural sanitation. ciation with meets in Kradcntown miI'ee. '

mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous It crashes into i were invited to meet the Many: courses in agriculture are of- 30, ::ilst and Jan. 1st.

sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel King. Not being! n Congressman. I Iivas 'ered.! These have been designed, to The Hoard.. of Public Instruction at .
not supposed< to step forward for help the busy farmers and housewivesand .) an adjourned< meeting on last Saturday
!IaM1 attacks the bones and should never hi put into your system. I presentation to his :Majesty. I !!Up-I the boys and .girls who expect' to agreed to pay your transportationif Imit on "Bayer Tablet of .vl"i

pose that my face portrayed) my each agriculture. The following subjects you would attend. Please let me i in "Bayer package," containing f'','

I Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I I appoirtment for when I mentioned are given : Elem'ntaryaj/'riclIl- know by return mail whether I shall direction, for headache Cold, ?*
to: a passing Congressman\ my real desire ure, trucking, soils, tillage' drainage count you in the number to attend so Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumi'Name ",

J When you feet bilious, sluggish, calomeL It .u. guaranteed to atari to shake hands with the King, nnd irrigation, manures and fqrilizers that arrangements!! can be made in prescribed"Bayer"by. pbyiiciana means; genuine for niB'AJr"",
; liver without stirring this: very kind! Congressman took my fertilizers and cottttipatej and all kn<>.kl out and your you up
arm, and before I was aware of it. we and breeds. of livestock >"'
types ;
e ;iniie( and can not aaliate.Pon't crops you buy your railroad, ticketto coat few cenu. Aspirin !Ie trade
believe you need a dOle of dangerous take calomel! It makes were approaching! King Albert and feeds and feeding< dairy production, Hradentown, have agent give of Bayer Manufacture of lIollotfP-
calooH'l, Just remember that your yo lis party. A very official announcer, pork production, citrus fruits and cit- you a !i jeater of Salicylicackl. "
receipt for This
lick the nut day; it .bus you a .s., same. will save you
J drugglat aella for a few c !nt* a large In a very stentorian voice announced: rut culture and co-operation in aeriutture. two-thirds of return fare.I ,I
work. DodMon'a Lifer Tone atraightene '
'Mrs. of Florida and I
Hughes, .' ( TJ
bottle of Do.lnon'n Liver Tone, which laves Tasteless dim
r you right up and you feel great.Give ,., found' myself shaking hands with All communications regarding correspondence am very truly, 'I
ia entirely vegetable and pleaeant to \ it to the children tweaiM It U King Albert of Belguim. His. genial course! should be sent to E. R. POPPELL reuon*vitality ana energy. by purifylra a1* (
take sad I la. saUtitut for rlcblollcba: blood. .an.a f..l H*:Sw j
r a perfect perfectly karmlaa sad dowat (rip., mile and his pleasant personality the
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pacftag ""n I Intiiln i ,in the future as it has in :.".:,. .n

8 ,the p.ixt. llr. Ralph] N. Greene, state ;h,.: t
5c : IH.alt, oUU'cr/ i ill making! tcntiillxoI'lan ? : ,

before rb8 ww} i I 'to secure the use of radium from : : ... 'xxr. J

I Or. I.. I 1':. P.rnnsford of Jacksonville, <... !". :.r

to trout the iHscasi1. ["'II'. Irnnsforil! .'t .:.."-
has whnl ii probably the most vnlun-
supply irette contentment beyond anything
blo supply of radium in the state land CAMELS ;\err .
I tt ; exp -ruiced You never tasted such full-
a package has agreed/ to MHO it for the state U'.CK!: ;

'I I II IdurimZ 'luiiinl of health on n part time hfl>li.. -i :: bodied mellow-mildness : lIch refreshing, appetizingflavor ....:. ...f
5c y:: ..
' the Lost t yonrI:}!) people in Florida died, s and coolness.I The more Camels you smoke the ':' ''
war ' :
of the death rut being 42 '
inncc-r, per s %
becomes ddl ht- ( IIn/pls such '
r.r greater your are u cirfaretta ;; :;
1 nll.( """ of population against/ "R.'! in r : ::.
I i revelation }" i AN
1JI1T\ This year 1IU) eases of rtiitfrrhave 't ; ?:

i I IJJ peen reported' to the state hiiiinlf ,) +i" ,_ Everything about Camels you find so fascinating U due to .;.:::: : !

li.'alth. During iy7 Mtid IH18 HUI.I) I -- ''' their quality-to the expert blend of choice Turkish andchoice iY:: :#

: C a package (Mio people' ill the united States' died,) '.
arF. ;
Domestic I tobaccos.1 .
K. b.troMrnniint r ,' ;
nf cancer tinintf1 compile! .\ .. :. ,

g NOW : health niithnritleo how L You'll say Camels are in a class by tht"mst'lvt's-th..y seem }:;:: .c J#

that rancor is l killing oat'( out of every ,I .. ,,
made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways ;, s
ten persons, over 10 years of age I .. \ . ,r

I Contrary to the ireni-rnl! I belief ('11111' I Freedom from any unpleasant cignretty yfter-taste or unpleasant .\,1 ''ira .

Ii i (" N i not hi reditary: nor i 11 it a eonr- sn cinaretty odor makes Camels particularly? desirable .. ..:1

nuinic'able disease. :Medirnl scienci- I sr/c ( to the most fastidious smokers. And you smoke Camels us :r.I-a, !; vrVFxl
LASTS determined its
has derlnitely
THE never
< > ) liberally us meets your own wishes, for they tire :f ; yr
nriKin. The fact that it i is u.suallv i 'F;<
: painless in its early tates( makes it v v. taste I You ail always! keen for the ::jS-: ;

SO DOES THE PRICEI \puitiriilnrly dangerous as it frequently s cigarette satisfaction that makes :.';i- t..,
I ,' "
, discovered until in an advanced YJvt.y .
I is not
; i.
I "tage. I t ', j: Camels attractive. Smokers real- ....: -! 4

ty't, ize that the value is in the cigarettesand ':;"r';,
Dr. Greene ill \urging on the peopleof .

IJI the state' the importance" of cotiHiiltinif do not expect premiums or cou t r ";

doctorroirariling, any sore that ., t' IYtc pons I .: ...

does not heal any persistent lump or i 11 MA..Ar rl.1'r Compare Camels with any cigaf'.r.; ? f

in middle lifeLIFT
indigestion -
persistent I, r rette in the world at any price Ire 'vet: J r

Syte1lf ',+'i iI'Y .. 1'.1. mnld . ..."....( .&*l
! : ,. I S ' "t'la r r ..."r.oI/ pork. ..,. tfH,) cirfnref. or two pat *- :5.. f"
{V .t- t . ... . .. '. .:. .
CORNS ORCALLUSES r s IJrnvvr' < ?*"ol in /* *',' | *r ; ;,
i .11thi < rfonVt* .'ron./, ,e''(Wint..ii I IrJ r i 1.e ,. ,'.rfi." for f/m. home or artir ,uI'I"1f .I...!"..,. :
w/Mn t'tl t Fit\ 1*IRJ.REY .'" .'"
t OFFDoesn't .: . ..;....-:
J :
.i uiLJ8Lu. :. TOANYWinitOQSalrir : : ,. .---y .1

1 .turn ; N.. C.: j't':: :.Xr .. J

' hurt! Lift any corn or ., .::... : .
a :; : .:.,:...: ;.. .,;:::;..j''Xi: ;! r;'" ," -: ;:,,,, .
off with ,
callus fingers '
tt'r ...t"f' . ...f'r.--' ..:...Jr ? ... .
, .: ; -' .t. ",':', : : '. .
, : ..t".t' 'J.J.\ .:; :". ..--. ...._
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Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days ypr. .aw A V. I.ONO.Solicitor. f'
for Complainant., 12-S-t
, refund money If PAZnntsiMENTfnlin !.
to euro In hiiiri; : Illinil 71redhl4orPrntrudurgPt< !.-..
:Instantly relievra itching film, and you runtrutlulilcrDBltrr 5.' I MASTER'S BALK .
: ; tb Ural auliv ium. FriutCr' tTmler and by virtue of a Final 0...rte iKoreclimum v
made and rvmtereil by lion JWilln. '
svrSCHOLAKSIIirS i' 1 JuKe| of the Circuit Cutout of IlorliliKiKhth .r
t. .! . :, Juilirinl Circuit: in and for llraiiri-. I hiHi.(
Counly, in Chancery nittinir, in that rain. i
KIIKltlr-F-8: PAIR mime when-ln T. It. Parker J. E "I'arl I

FOR BRADFORD opment along] lines for which they are I I IM You Do More Work, v ilrr.'by ni.tiri. in woven that I. W. .1. Rn- and II. guinn. an ailminiBtratora of the .
l prn.on Shi'rllT of Krniironl. County. Slnte of Tate of II. C. I'arker. were complalnanta, n I II
COUNTY best fitted. I I You are more ambitious find you net more i Horiiln., under, unit lop virtue of thnt certain .1 I M Shaw .Irr' nail Krmna Shaw hia wwere I' "
: enjoyment out of everything when your writ of I'Xisrtition ,mmieil. out of and umtt ill fenilnntn.: ; : I, ltii. tltiileniiKni'il:; nn Mi, '4.. .
Sldi"*. The 150() winners, from the fifty counties blood Is in good condition. Impurities in the Oral of the Circuit. Court of llrailfor. rill) hl nalrr. have befit upon and will) .

J'/ Three Correspondence course schol will bu able to choose from high the blood have a very depressing effect on I County. Stair of Morlilii, and nunin..t (', n i before the. court h.."..> ilinir In Stnrke. llr
font wooly Moriiln, 1'lw'n the leitnl hoof
Hnlliiml. and In fiiMir of W C Tnylor.' dated
arships are offered for lirudford county school college and, review courses. the system cuuHinri weakness laziness 'Innth: ilnv of Nnvi'mliiT. IIII! |S. will offer, .nli. mi Monilny. the Tith ilnv of .'"RI''' a ,
one for u girl one for a boy and Ilip.> s and tills who. 1111\ not had, the nervousness and siikncHS.OKovirs I for unit,I HI. to tin. huu hal anil I brat Miler \ II 1'ijo. the HIIIIII. lieinu! n leiral l nnli a .1.! . n
one for ghoul tc-acher uceordmi to TASIILISS: : Chill IONIC I I for rush tin. n,for nl the courthoilNi.' door. t.. the hliiheKt and liml' balder the follow
u advantage of four-year high schools d'ocrul.. il 1 renl entiite. ....wlt
In the 'loun i.f Stnrki'. Itrnilfiinl ( ''''111 ,. :
B.i. C Riley. director of the !general may complete their courses, and the restores Energy coil Vitality by i'urifyinri I I li.riiln, on Monthly., .'.n'IR'y lith. 1020. 'theMum' South, Half iH'ji ,,f the South llnir (Hof ,
extension division, which represent) continue Ilon't miller! A tiny hottliof and Enriching: the Illuml.\ When you fedUs In-inu n Ii ml Hiiti.H. ilnv. of Hliiil courtiluiinu I I.ol Nine i I'n,. ,curd| the South llulf. 18'.1.0'> t pd
t and the as scholarships indefinitely Froe/ono ctiHtti but a few rents at any strengthening! invigorating effect hip Die 'leirnl hoiim of unit. the following Lot Ten Mill, him. thirteen atria on the NI
the ; Univt'rsit of Florida earn college credits before o. ili-KiT'lii.l mil ; Sirl' ,.ii S. ern I7l. Townnhlp Si .
many !! drug Hturc. Apply a few drop. on tlioronm. how it brings! color to the cheeks HIH! how I iwtnte Kltunlril in llriiilfonl .
Florida State (Collew for Women and | county. rli.riilu. to-wlt i i S..iitb' lOiniri', Tucnly IJOl I Pat:. :
jag to the the state col it will then :
university or improve the !.
ritlliiHi-H end "luiril ckin"nn !I.,"t-'Ult| | you ,
to be of
I I Kn: Illnlf of Niirlhi.n tjunrter of Northill lime sold IIH the t proitrtv| .1. IVf Sh {
they will co into effort Jim. 1 I. 1 i1)20.!! ( lege. Teachers who wish, to raise the ton of fe..t, then lift. them' olf.V appreciate. true Ionic vulue. I Qunilir., 1'nnl': It"If..r "Southi'iu., ((ilnrler- ,I Ir fiml, I |.;11'''''' Shaw six wife, to Hal'

0 Scholarships: will be uwarneil\ to the! grades, of their certificates will have \ hen >>''tvAiit> removes rnrna from the ORovirs TAsniLi-ss Chili IOMCit ..r NorthenH Mnrt. I.. I Kin.: Half. of Kant' llnlf. iiinl, "pay ...1.1 Mnnl l nre n-p. Attorney'a. t .

girls on recommendation of the home oppoitunity to take I''viI.'lIurKes awell toeH or can u..vii from the lH>ttoni of f.t. nut a patent medicine, it U simply. I of \.llnlf.rlh".1 nf. Went Quo rter Unit of of Norlhcnxt Nirlhw.t(Jiinrler.ICnil t rued, cnHtH Tcrma : Cnxh A. /. A UK INS, M
Mnrti -
demonstration agents to boyon lh<> I ii- hitch school find college courses. the .kin h' is left pink and healthy IRON and yUIMNt.: ; suspended in i>yru:>. 'r of Norlhinnt liiiirli-r |I':'nm" ,half.. of Wentllnlf .1 C 1tif INS! SiwrlHl Ma.i .
suit never !lore, tender or irritauj. So pleasant" even children like it. 'I 1 he, I i.f North n't tMnrtiT of SoutheaHt" 'Junrti Ci.niplnlnnnt'n, Solicitor! U-5 to
recommendation of county demonstration : : \ I
blood needs I Jin) nine to PUrify nnd IKON( I r of Sictioti I II.; Went half of HoiithweiitJunrlvr v
agentand to teiuherH on the I For the winners who with to enter i to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop- ( of Northwent Junrter." Went Halfof "'STtI'MI.R: ,

recommendation of county school su professional' schools l. the general ex- titles never fail to drive out impurities in NorlhwtKt Niirlhui.' tlu"IJunrti-r,,,', ,..r of!Sivlltheant' Houthwivt (Jilts...-r.I' I'mlir I end liv \ i."", of a rinul tVcwI'ori '
Qiinrter ,
I o I rlo uri route. and n ndernd I.. lion J ,
perintendentThej\ will base their the blond.1.I .
!SLCIIOII U, nil I In Townnlili II Smith llnnitiJJI'llHt A
tc-nsii division will .
Will- .I.r|
urranKe: corrrspondfticp the Clirilit' Ci.urt of "HmKluhih
decisionmi" nhility, not on previous thnt will illJI'plIl'lItio'n I The StrenHlh-Creatinrt of (..ROVE'STASTLLLSS : .li.illi. nl rirruit.. In nn.I for llrail' I
courses count DAVIS I : Chill. TONIC has made u W .1. KI'ITIWON.Shi.rilT :' : F.. in rhiinrrry ..,"I"... In thut, rnr*
training h, for professional courses the favorite tonic, in thousands of homes llrnilforil ( .."n'". .ux. whi'ri'ln T. ,K Parki.r. J. K. I'arkrr i 1
I IS-B to 12| ,
holarship will remain in and in this way shorten the time required More than thirty-live years ago. t. state of rloriiln. II o'tjiilnn, an n.lniliiinlratiiiH of the' vpt
force long athe holilinur, it Est. 1886 ..r" (' I'nrl Irr, transit. ,. wi'rt* comiilfiiniiami
UK person / for resident work. Agency would ride a Tong distance IVrln ; <>KI,Mt Foil "ITIIIICMI f IN'; C. N. Shnw nnil 'I. .hroilocia. Shnw.
makes creditable, record in any subject While continuing teaching whileworking TASTELtSS: Chill TONIC when u 'In Ctrptilt foiirl. Him, or Hnrtiln. Klulith wife, ui>n> .Io.r."ln"lo. I, thi "".1..,,,,,,,,,.||
he or member of their family hud, Muliinn or ." ..lIeI,1, r'lrrult, IImM.,1 County In ("!ton. I I 14, ...,. hn,,' ,livltit iiiion an.l li
on the farm or' in tho litO INSURANCESTARKE needed ..'..y I ..' the r..,,,-. n...", .. IhHir In 8tar
n IxHly-lmilcIinrf. utreniUIJ-lSiviiit! !: iartlirfnn
" >I'holur nut ('Iuuh', I., lTn.l.rhlll.. ,- the I.
spirit of the bill w'hinsatcarry passed Its a person who holds a scholarship will) i tonic. ,The formula is just tlie smut today Coniiilnintintvn I' 'b. <> n M nieyoh ilay. of J--
the fees usually incident to correspondent and you run gel it front any drug.: way A II ,I'l''n.:t the mime lii'ln. a li'ital, >">
the last mi-i-nnit of the It'Kisluttirc for i store. 6Uc per bottle w John A. ..t air ilny, to 'the hliil. and bi-nl' LliMi-r.. the f..I'! ,
the support of the !general I extension courses" as well a* Having I, tlrfrmdnnt., : .HIT ili' iHtnti. nituttli'il. In II
I the time of residence study and the I II !, ford, ( ""0'''. I I' i .In. to-wit"
division The lull. piovided for the
< I Mil filed. In the llhove .1..1' | cniwe that John I.., i .lour nnil ">i'' ,mi e In FW \
seeking out of ambitious and briirht living! expenses that go with attendance : nllllPK:' toe ITIII.ICATIOV the fi-nihint. ai' i :I"hI..n! IIHI.. Towmihlli Si'viTiI.. "Si' f
I non-rinlilint of tlie :stnte of Vln.oIl1. and hat: I'liin-i" 'lunily 'i2<"l) Knot: lln. ....m,. to !.. '
boys and girl in the state for deve-. at the university or the state ('01- I In Circuit ('..url. Stnte of Klnrliln./ Elwhthludic .
-- -- *
,'... , nl I.ircun Ilmdfon'aunty.. In Ch..n.r.'tv In n renlilent, of Bfl"i:! l.yrice Av.."... East: UN th1 |property| of < N show! and 'rhmt'Situ '
--- ,,, ,= ,,- I Find: "I'ltlrliiirv I'lnimyltnnln. mil in. over I : w. 1,1vlfi., .. to eat:lafy and pay odd Fttorney'H I
,toM = --" ;; ---- the nire of 1 luenty-iine yinrn il In then-furn 0.-en; \ Kuril anti Could. Tar '
1.1 W Pettyjohn.) I Ir"n.h.ln..n' or.len.1 that milil ,nlil.. .nt> .lefen. Iwlinil 'nub
ii.n-n I' it'-.Vb J ; J : I i i. hrn.hv "."iuin.i| I I., niumir" I,, the bill A, 7.. ADKIVS.Pnwial: !' .>
'\'111 u full lt\sKf.r-1 1 l lI % I II of comnlnlnt III..d) In aaid. | rniine on or iH'for* .1, I' M1KIN3. Mil .
WHEN YOUR HOMK: : DEALER CANNOT: : JsLIM'LY YOU ,I Mrn' I O f.-nilnnl"I'nrhi'r. It Al. I IHi I I Monilny" the .Itli ilny of ..Iniiunry.' A. I>. Iliao' ,I Iuthrrwlr compuoinnnt'a Solicitor, 12-6 to
Ihr all.vatiinn
ofniil bill I.
undertakers' Supplies; will I
I I II nfipinrlnir I liy nfTiilflMt, ,ni>|).'ntliMl to thi 'token ni confi: Hiil hy old ..'.- SIIFIIIKK'S is \I, F-
Automobile llrarNf. lilll ninl In the nix.", nlntdl, rnuni- Hint .1. It In further onlereil. ;that: thli.a".I.:; ., !bopllhliliheil I 1 Ken,by noliee I. iilien that I. W. J )
Do Your 1I I "Porter "Intl.nod ". mien, I'HrkiT. the ij.*. once a week for live ninHeciltlvewwka ,liemnn. Sheriff of Itrnilfftril ('nnnty. Kt.t.
Holiday Shoppingby Always hand The !bent .. .
I on f<'.><|jiiilH thinin flute rl iin nf>"-iiflintM. of'lu in thi> llrinlfonl County' Teleiirnph. a : Klorliln, umler, not! hy. vlrtuif .1.'* rtl the lowest f"riren, Spiels i . .111' of "Kloritltl.. end they urn rv'MdnnM neumpaner, l,1.11.1..1, in .alii I'litmtv and writ of e.iciitiin, ..".,.! out .., and under
I .., Fnrt nvinworth' Kflnmui and Tontine. Thin. Iaeenihlr 2ml, I'llli." t.
.I"h'// Kenl of the Cheat Court nf it rod fnyt CimWlnle
Mail with Responsible ifpfiiin 'fIr->:| >irrMh| orders Mirhifnn, nvprcllvi. end urn odor thi *ttv W T. WKKK3. <>r M'irliln. nKRiiiKt II. A. Slmvrr. t
a I '.t twi'nty'iini yi'ftr it K thi.pi fnri nrili'rpil. Clerk Clreuit CnO rt. new n" II A NlmwT rVimimnr.,' unit In fi.
that until non..."oul' .. nt ili'Trntlrintx lw and .... I ISKAI.I: II"t.. A Wr.KKX; ; of C |II KnltertM. nod henrinir date the
HelJl..tered ErrihalmerMonuments .IIITI..liy r.,,141.,,.. I.. IllMif'Mr, lf. th. hill of rnmplnint IngntS;; Clrrk.l' I ..r Nnvimhi-r.. A. D. I tale! will offer for
-- fllnl In aid rniiHf. rm nr bi'Tnri A. v rovf; .n..r f: t'I1'II. i
Florida Firm i and ell) to the hlvhiMt and| trot hliMirm
:: : ilny thf kph day of Jnnimnt. I02O.M..n'j Solirlturx. for Complainnn '12-B to 1.2 I .
h .
r..' 1W'I l t T l.: I Oil E S |I orwlii I h.. allrvnllonii, :: nf e.ul)Ahllr will InU- ..Y Town therefor of .Stark, Mt, the llrn.lfiinl rnurthiiiiNii County.door Kern 'In| ,

't "ttrl.p.: Fla. IItin II ken im .n"p.1| by pail l|.ri.ndanta.It J'NOTUK' /. !: Viinilny., .litnimry I. A I). I'ljll. the ihelnif
.Thousands of Good Suggestions in Big ._ .in further orilrri, that thin order I... In Circuit. ( ....rt. State of rlorliln./ a l 1..1| vMleH day of unlit. court di,
) our - - 1..It.h..1. onri a Muk f>ir four rnnHirutlv\ f.lithlh: Ju.lirml fln-ii I. llrnilforil I the 'leirnl hdiin i.f Pale. the follnwlnu frnproperly. I
-- wulm In lh> llrailfnril County Tclfirraph.fii.vwpnfM.r a ('....n.". In ('h"n..,,,. I In llrn>.lfonl County t10,10//... InAbiiiit -
; inihltHhiMl in Haul. county and ittat. t' If l.on. one thoiiMnnil bean .
Store for all cllso rmmpeni.W
Ages ,:' mocr .1 :
Tlim, l>..,>mt>rr nth '111*). KI'I'KRSOV
I.I Sl. nfT. County Hln'12r
W T. WKKKS.'Si : i
anti Tombstones I. I. II." Jr. et .
all, Clerk rlr.nij, Court nl. to 1-2 |Iq
Books for Every Taste l llefenilnntn.Mil I
ny R A. WF.F.K4.Iurputy -- ---- --------
t' S. M. DRIGGERS Lake! Butler Clerk n npruarlne hy aftdavu "n..n.I..I to the COMMI4SIOYKItS!' '; : RAY K:
Stationery in Gift Cabinets i ( \ nriNMMillrilor flied) In 'the above Mated d.".. that the M.'reliv nolle in irlvi'n that under an'
i Agent for for Complainant., 12.12-I 1-2-41 fnllnwlnv name" .1.,fendnnt. are non-reiUdent. virtue nf that rerljiln il.or-e of pnrtitlotered -
Monogram Stationery ::: Engraved Cards I ..r ..the, :Stnte of Florid. , anti that their renneeli In the Circuit Court fur Mrnitfnrd! '
Valdosta plan of renl.lenee nre n* follow1wlt,' ty. Stnle of klorldn. In Chnncery on the
,i' Pictures Framed and Unframed MarLle Works \f''TfN'41Alf: : I II H. M..Inharl end Ervln F'. M.lnhnrd.eo.Mirlnen dny of November. A. I'. Ifll't. In nn ....U.pllrtll'.n .
; S'otfr.. t a h.<...hjr "I..n .thnt under and hyv dolnir bn.lnraa under. the firm therein pendinv. wherein 8 II Unnl
acj Office Accessories Year of Satisfactory ser rliii. .,f H flniit) deer .' of f<>rf.rUMturi. num.nnd tyle of ir !s' M.nhnrd" A tin.... i I. c.imi.lninnnt., anti C N. Krilili' r
: .
:: .rod r nilrml |.., Inl A II I"I m..I"1 nn- .. ..r .th. ('10' !Savannah' In the wire, fiove Holder., ; Sarah A.lklnn anilI.nn.l
b vice.-Latest Designs lo e. ff.,m mhlo' Ann TV lit-, Ju tw of the (' Suite. of Oorirlnfneoh ||. AoIkln.. J.mephinv K...... '
Kodaks Kodak SuppliesSafety i"f UrM.I'.inl (.....n... MnrMn In r".... Cohen Unnr ('..h..n, and Aaron (Cohen liu.l'nn.l, ,Inmen Kenu.y Itirhnrd l n, I.
'I'f acct from. .. rv ilttinir! in favor of thi I.itwtf? Stan ..,-'..."n... doinir' hiutlneim un.ler the Item and wfe Ad.lie Hold. .r and. T 1. tI...., '
I Razors :-: IngersollVatches ,) 11."k n rorrioratlon and airntnHt' N. P l"". nnme aryl tyle of Jneoh' Cohen A Sonn.. nrerein.fa.nt WI,fFlon'nr' ? Udder, nee defendnnlindemiKnid '
QIj(>iCS'9C)21YJtiftnfl t r:"X3tdt7 f9T1I9CCft)t'1tDOAp : sod Vllln I Mfivin. his wifo., rlffcn'InntMir "! the City ,,f 'feteniburv, in the ... ...mml..i..n.,.. will olf.nle .
Thermos Bottles and Specialties , ..!. n>fv.nct w It offi'r for mt,., nn !VonFiinunry Stnte rf Virvlnln ; nt the front di"ir of the courthnStnrke .
-- I '..> K, A f> tin! to the hlirhiwt finrl l I.,1..... Adam E. Wyler nnil Ar.thnr rirndford County. Florida on M
Toys Games Athletic Goods t I. dd'r( fop rash fh. follnwinir iliMCiHV'fli I. Wyler. 'n.",,"' ''.'. under th. firm the fifth day of Jnnunry llljn the pan
| untfif in Hrti'lffiril, ( "nl" loritln. name and ntyle of W"I.... Ackerlnnd Com- ini n .leicnl .nlei* day of Nnid court, dune
Fine China Leather Cut Glass onny. are". of the City of Conclnnntl. I I. i/nl' hour ..f ...It.. amt will Mill to thee
n. W.-r rfntf of thi fffitithwffil in the Slate of Ohio at .nn.I l Iwt bidder for c'n.h In hand tlonvlnit
t. p I I That the .1.1| | defendnntn. nre over the aye denrrltud. real entnte lying and
Ivory and Basketry Novelties, Etc. 7D *'r rthtftflt th<> Mttrthwiftt Qtinrtcr. and(|Oartar. lhi RmithfaMi or lot. '' .nf, ........ and that there I.. no permn in nrailfnrd County, to.wlt :
- the State' of rlorl.ln the .. of nun.l II. finninit $ Comer of ",
m Soiithw.
,, ,
2?. 2H. ail. 12 Jtn'l lt. nf "H' tion i:
; yraunO >W.n IIIK.O whom would bind! the Phil .., '
d wart (Junrtt HoiitheiiHt of
r Quarter
; IF YOU COME: TO JACKSONVILLE BE SUREr ''l I'n In Township. Five (51)I. South
4a ; fentni' >< or either othem 1hlrly.ix '1'.10",, South. '
.. 10 | e\en "
T..nlv.lw. *!jt F'tuit: .n..nln. .
'r AND! VISIT US O> Ifur'trcif Aorta. mom ..r Ifmfi ... m..t In therefore, nh rr.l that. ...1.// nonreal.dOtt Tw. nly-lw., t'".t. Ih,.n.'e run North 2:
", ,, pnbe nr.....1.. of lira(. defindnnlM he and nn herehv re>|nln'dI thence fart 11" feet, thende Sullth 21'
SCALED TINS ONLYCDOCCRS 1, i "Florida. I HPTI. nr t.i the 1,111 of cmrlnlnt, nl.,. in >nl. thi flee Wi ,! IIM" fret to point of ben, (.
'fv ,
(ii e on before Monday, the nth Jay of nn,1| ri.nlnininir' thr.-e kern mon or IM.I .
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W. BaySt. MAXWELL HOUSE -' i-.r, for romiilaimifit, 12t'I 1.2 It ,in further .,.1..1 that thin onler he niih.luhed t. I._' A. Commie -.

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-- ------ --.------ -- -- - --- - - -- here with 'j "(let out," said Hyerson oinii,!,
t Carl Brown and .sister, Carrie Belle, Sunday night and Monday !

1M ,.' -' _.__.:.. spent the week-end at Alachua visiting relatives, leaving. Tuesday for Jacksonville "Oet out or I'll throw sou on
Thomas.J. where he will spend the holidays The aeronaut CUM one, glue,
Scfber and Virgie
-- < : I
I L. lirown mad n busine tripto : Mothers of MenBy while face, streiiiuing" with |J. .
thou, and then, ( mi v I need helag ,
Jai/ ksonville Friday.Mr. S. B. Woodard was looking/ after \\J'' '.

IteITl : and Mrs. Eugene Douglass andMrs. business in Starke first of the week I . with a Itinntlc. Jumped, .
County N eV/s side, timid slid "rnpldly, to thi ,
I : \ :N. II. Stokes were business visitors J. W. Batten left Tuesday for Jacksonville a
lie shouted! as h,' landed,
will the holi :mil
to Lake Butler Saturday. where he spend "
, - = =: ==-=- ,
==.'- -=-=- -= begun to run out of the tent'
who has been KENNETH CRO SBECK
:Mi s .liinie Biullmg, ( days. ..
r t facts Gathered During the Week by Our t""ill lung' the Sampson school Puvnl Lee Burrows of Starke, was! a vis Nu sooner timid I lie none HM I
however ulien" li.\i: ""i-nn i puii.o
Regular Correspondent uiuiity. is" spending the holidays with itohl'l'e Sunday und Monday uftei
r 1 Bicl- i cut release cord nods I \\J"- i "u", ,i ,.
her !,n'nts. lr and ;Mrs E. B. noons. ,
t (Copyright ) the nlr.Hi" .
:Miss Florence Hall was a visitor to
.' ling. The hot nstured crowd, pushed .
good- rememlieied
: / llttlo\ \ "of 'J I Itlculur
I Jl'\.J.: T. Barnes filled his regular Hampton XVednesday nf tot noon.
"f spend-'l Level :Miss Minnie loft I Friday for slowly I past the living .skeleton mill the nscenslon us lie look 1't. | i I",
Saturday Ilniran
, r t f a 1 appointment, at 1 Pine : i
SAMPSON: : ; CITY I fattest woman In the world past the It Inter. He remembered, h... .
her i >
.1' will
\ /: und Sunday. :Macon Ga., whore she vibit
11 I : tooting, gaudy eulllope, under the he seemed'
to move, but In the ''
made business tripto sister, ;Mrs. Geo.; Adams, for several i I.,
1 Dei. :M.-:.1 r4 ; I I II. S. :Miller a
I Sampson City, I nose of the derby-hatted young man In direction. After an ,'t""UI." \
. J. C.IUaulrrson!: und A. K. Smith : I : was a Lake Butler Saturday days. shlrt..lee\es with foghorn voice, and
t straining made
eyes out fnircluster
I attended Samuel Woodard : and
:\lon J. S. Howard, of Dukes, spent Monday
business to Hampton
: a Into the the '
tent containing greatest of houses below him ,
aiihis '
i < guest church. hero Saturday Tuesday in Starko.Thcrossn !.
Jim Vainos, of White .
:'J show on earth. agitation he
.tl wl'ck.en,1 of his \ :\ this ,I :Mrs. Arthur Douglass, of Ellenton, is under high water at the pulled the valve I
: H guest The circus wagons bright spots of ton fur, and crashed down Into :
Miss l Bertha Sloan was a is Ap'nlinChristma"/: with her parents present time I under, the
color and tinsel shimmered orchard of his father's
; '1 4-t. Gainesville- Saturday. < a :Mr. and :\1I's.V.. L. Dukes. ;Mrs. II. Moorer: and son, Arthur, house to la:
,,1 f t hero made business trip loft Tuesday for Orlando where they hot August sun In the top of on apple tree!
t Hogan Smith was u visitoT ]I I Seeber a
? The great while tent spread Its As he climbed,
he painfully 'down T.
county. neat Friday. |( ; to I Pukes Saturday. will spend the Christmas A ._. .. holidays. I glare of canvas over what hud been agreen It an old man run from the 'L",
I business - ui i -
': Kay: Cioodgu! and llogan Smith Carl Brown made a trip"to ; field'.., and about It, like strange shouting to stop In amazement ',is
I the week-end on the East: Coast. 'I : spent a Lake Butler Saturday evening. CLAY HILL .
chickens of a stranger mother clustered recognized, In the berirn,
I / strange
e Sloan visitor to \ Mr. and ;Mrs. John Pubosc, of Tam- ;*
.1. II. was a
I nt- of last Clay (Hill Dee 2 i j I wus visited relatives here part -
I ham Sunday. pn
made business to Jacksonville candy and 1 lemonade !stands and \ ; cried the old man 'nn.
u trip
I wi'i-k. j
here Friday !
School Closed : the of "the only cannibals living met. "Is thai how .
/ circus
| you
I is
tt-r tho holidays. j I! : 1 1). L. Clyatt made a business tripto Tuesday. "
: of Graham; I /: this Lake Butler Friday W. 11. W. Carter returned homo on | In cnptlvlty. trav1.ou got my telegram "'Ii"
? i (Joiger Barry was I i Beyond It, straining ut Its ropes likea "Yes! answered Hyerson "I '
'i I I --- -. Tuesday, after spending a few weeksin i gifather I
: itor here Saturday living thing strangest wonder 01'them and hems ,
' jour answer
: ., is Jacksonville with friends and
visitor to :
f', ;' C. B. Brown was 11 : ( : limper rein-I all, rose the shining "dome of u He reached Into pocket nod! ,

I 1 River:Sirs Sunday.Willis 1I>'ul, of : : fam- I Dec. '.><;.J. L. King made .: ''. :Nancy- Perry returned home balloon.In cd, the wallet to tli,! old iniiu ueyed '

I the holidays with her Miss.\ a business trip to Pulatka one day Tuesday after spending a few days in i this that very afternoon, the i Hhone.
upending ) I' during! aeronaut Signor: Mello Mellinl, "Ye got the ?" he ,
\ 1 money son iir
l'lltM11': and 1 :Mrs. Jasper !: at last week. West Jacksonville'! with her sister I
Mr. and :Mrs. Roy: Thomas have 1 A.\1.; Darby and son. :Morgan of :Mrs. C. :M.[ I iludson.Mr | would make his! nerve-paralyzing( ascent shouted. "Me'n mnllier, won't, tint
! before the crowned of
a* heads get out?
II I Sunday night with their cousin, to sec SIIII'ke.1'1'0 visitors here Sunday : and. ;Mrs. A. \McEvvon: ': and .
'I' theVol'l III'< threw his! arms round t th. \
i lie t tman's
Nona Brown I morning.Mr. (children. i uf Glen St. Mary, left Tues
. r A bell rang sharply In the Inclosure, I nock, utmost crying for Vn
Jesse Ogden, of Gruliam; was : and, :Mrs E. F. Ilai' lee and chil- 'day evening after visiting the hitter's
signaling the time when the great pro that moment his mother" run from
w ] Monday. I I i Iron("'( have returned to their home at parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. S. J. Starling, i
cession of wonders to Its house, and
: I' was begin strange/ painted figure, 't(t
Mrs. llatchlott and little sun : Otter Crook after pl'nIinMcverul/: for a few days! ,
triumphal march before the wonderingeyes he11", thr.hl'I' arms round, hand
( were. visitors 'to (Gainesville; here."I I IlillMeR I days here with her father, Andrew I.. W. Wilkinson was tranl'la'ting'1' of the audience.Its kissed him tenderly.When .
1 Edith: I Sloan s : :! ) wus Sullivan
:\ Eflie; and 1 i
i business in Jacksonville Wednesday.W. .
Sat I sound had hardly ceased, when the old\ limn explained, w''
1 been very sick with malaria :Mcsdamcs S. Woodard and \\ A. A. Starling/: anti sons, Horace a boy entered, a yellow envelope In the hoy had brought motherIke! ,

.... but they ate improving.Mr. visitor Jones were visitors to Hampton last< and Curtis and Farl Carter were his hand, calling laconically : thought, less of the saved, home t i
and :Mrs. RoHinuugh/!: of I : Thursday ness visitors to Macclcp/'y; and bUMi'j '
"Ryerson Ryerson, telegram. for more of the son who hUll saved li'

t / donville, are spending the I: ( here E. D. Sullivan, of :Mulberry, was St. :Mary Saturday.ft Ryerson I I" "I knew my boy would, tuke cure

'i here with the tatter's ulster, : I the guest of his father, A. Sullivan, L. W. Wilkinson, Lon :Moscloy and I I At the summons, a strange figure us,'' she said fondly her eyes! gllo"

' J. ltohinsnn.Messrs home several days.J. :Mrs David Lang:. motored! over! to the rose from a corner of the Inclosure.Its Ing and then, returning to the rnnnr
: Volley und Ernest: :\1" : |
I our W. Batten was a business visitorto county seat Friday. face was painted Into a perpetual of the old days! "you go upstairs, w

, ," rJi ,r ni" y were visitors to Gainesville sow Lake Geneva Friday afternoon. Mrs. Annie Carter and sons George grin. Its head was bold and shining lie, and wash that Muff off your "ft'

Ii 111 dllY.I Percy Griffin, of Hampton was a Elmer anti Clifton spent' Friday with I save for the regular occurrence of and gat Into n suit of your old! i n,
:Misu\ EVil lloilire.s.$. of Hamilton her Mr. and :Mrs S. J, Starling '
11 fam visitor here :Monday. parents I' bright yellow spots! Its costume was You always was turnln' up ''If"
: :
)t', here' Momlay. and !Miss\ Estellp Woodard, spent Sunday I white and baggy and Its feet were pected'I"Hyerson

( A. Smith anti nephew, ; \ unday.I night: and, ;Monday at Starke with rel- Jim and Farl Carter and Horace j long and flapping, like /some impose < said little at supper if

, i Smith, of Iluwthoriie, were vl! atives. Starling: were transacting business in sible animal. he and. his! father bud (packed. !I.., '
, here I last week. : SR
.. Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside, was in :Macclenny Tuesday. i iMr. I "I'm Hyerson said the clown loon Into Its basket,, It was eiiina-i.
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j)! ( HA Ml'TON I the St. town Monday afternoon' : and !Mrs II. B. Padgett, Clyde: "Give us the wire." I have hIs mother hover over him. ,:

r 1 four U. M. King, of Jacksonville, was and Pauline, wore business< visitors< to The boy handed It over together pile his plate with food and hen
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ri Hampton. Dec. Ui.; -C'upt. I I. Prac- here with home-folks during th.'ek. Highland Saturday. I with a stub of pencil' for receipt signature I father recount over and over all;
I end.,! Harilio and Lonnie Padgett, /: andWilhur und, mails I riff.Hyerson "How set buck that old, sklnlllut w
II Odum, of JIl<'kROIWillVa, a I (',
::1 it f to Hampton lltlll'dllYllid h ]! Cross> :Messrs.\ Ben Hall and Kilmer Wood- I Parrish" were! in Highland Sat opened; ( the envelope and I when ho come to put us out and! i
h t i i, urday.l, I rend Its cont.ncs' Ills. first! start'II'! his money for his trouble."
; I ;\Ir. Maker of Lake fir-nevu; \\ } oppor nnl/ of Bridgenil came up Sunday to
* ',< i l! :M. and n.) A. Austin were visitors of amazement, and, then, as ho re-rend, Early: the nest morning afti-
,t1::1 J viKitor to Hampton Tuesday.< : ( ud- spend I 1 the holidays with homo-folks. ,
to Highland! Saturday and attended the his I
: message face under Its paint ,
/ J : visitor sleepless night/ Hverson: bade( blither -
f Riley Wasdin was transacting ; their J. V. Jones' of Hampton, was n |'
church, while thero. j ed grin became set In hard lines. The .
.. und! mother 'good' by. They >
IU-XK in llaniton Tllrsdu '. -- here Wednesday night
| Friday
r The Clay Hill "school closed! literal unemotional had "
At this writing the young: : \ : : have :Messrs. Jake and Cleveland' Lee, of I for the telegraph I too old to go and sen him ''''1'

j n re planninir!: to have a union year, .nkcsiilp, were visitors here Sunday, holidays brought him : he expliilnoil Dint the circus was con
"We get turned, out of the house to a long trip IIIInruI (hut they ',
y true 'and have invited r"l'I'>'bod :' in lilanton C. Owslcy, of \ n
j 1 pailicipatc.Mi visiting wns henwith homefolks JackRonvi\l"j! EAST: STARKE: I day at five C'nn'i you do nothing/: ? not see him for a year or IIIf1J"e.Thl'Y .

1 I : i s Hazel Warren of :\ :\ II. week-enl. : "FATIIEIL"Ctterly kissed him fondly and li.>
East Starke Hoc. :!!>.-:Mrs. It a loss, he "'1I1k.,1'lIl'unt., off over the dew.tlelds. /, ., looking 'i
; spent Saturday with her friends < 1 Daniel> Button, of Wales! spentii I '
Sprinkle, attendance officer, was visitiug ly around the Inelosuro, his great feet from the crest" of (lie( hill to wuinnwen

;t : i L- } 1" our snVinfil Sine day of... th...*.> n..t'. '' flnp.pI In... on the ....round. ,I 1.._......... ui the nvn old figures ,i'

1. : I 1 week I The second, .bell )rang and the llvlnn iI j doorway of the ui'.iv.;' little fnrnih

m :MrD.. A. Smith, of Gainesville, is contents of the Im-losure. seemed I tothrow At the, edge ol 'the town he fi

'I > ,t visiting her mother, :Mrs. :Mundy Harris Itself through a /flap) In the causes the familiar' wuuons, and, the h .
to be greeted with a clatter of applause log! men the poles going tip <-
. | :Mrs. John Green, of Glen St. :Mary I from the tiers of human faces magic find, the canvas prcndlnK ,-

,\ ... I''j is spending a few days with friends around the ring. I endowed with life. He pushed tlw' ''i.
. of this section j lie did, not know they had gone. I< the confusion, seeking the pruprlemwagon.
Harvey[ Green of Green Cove
was His one realization was of an old man I He met n man ha did "I visiting: at the home of :Mrs. J. C. Carter i'
1. and an old, woman /fifty miles' away In know und Inquired.) .
LABOR Wednesday.Supt. I the village of Lynburg. who that I{ "The boss IIICK of the fat lint,

r'" : .E. 1 It. Poppell was a visitor to very afternoon were to lose the only I II wagon; there. Hotter keep away fr,

our school' last week. I shelter!' they hind 1 him, stranger. I lie's hot today< CVi: ,

,, I; :Messrs. Joe Starling, Dun Lind.sey "Can't you do nothing' The words mnn !stole! his! ('cash and went off In''
I and C. \\'. Ward. of Branch
t Long wore seemed to burn his poor brain. A balloon yesterday, and they ai
j in StIli Monday; and were /guests of ; harsh voice broke In on him. 'I heard nothln of him Mince." The MI

'R :Mrs. J. C. Carter, :Mr. Starling's aunt. "You went about his business with a 1''', '
] Ryerson. bent It Into the ring !
| J. D. Ricks of Starke, was in our Get on the Job quick !" I ly nod, but Hyerson walked In Uif

&' i community Monday afternoon. I It'a!! :Mnlnuarlng the rectlon Indicated to the proprtem

h /' I Quite a crowd attended prayer meeting jPwt'I.I.11111, hard, ns nulls,proprietor who had wagon

i Sunday night' at the I Randolph bustled through the He mounted the steps, a faint sic
Inclosiire and
w asgone ;

) WANTED A AT ONCE C E I i( school, __ _, +_._ __ I as iilekly| ns he hnd come.Ryersnn. ness In his heart and, knocked Cfi <

distracted, with anxiety door. :Mnlnwiirlng's harsh vole ha
1'1.11IIlLi.:- ; I
him enter
i. walked! not into the tent hut nut behind

t I It. t Hi fore him was the proprietor's He did so, and as the bull-r< <
I Pine Hill, Dec. 2ii.; -Vorii Surrcncxwint '
sI wagon.He /: man seated at the. little desk fa ":
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e ,- !G---- --"'... ',f".,.. .., ',. .. . --p . .."''' . ... to Alai-hua :Monday morning to I tiesltnted miimenr, and, ns the I sight of him he seemed to lot,
l hop, retuning Tuesday afternoon.
vision of hli father'- .eiiiiind old I fare, power of speech.,. Ills. face !-,
1 she: was the" guest: of relatives while came to Mm, RltiiK'eil ijtilekly round I purple, and, then. pull'lTh\

'il f 60c hour there hi Ill. run cliim "ll>' up the movable seemed to explode' '
Pinf F.1.: ('hltlll' '
Carpenters went homo
on '
> "
per steps anil, Into the wnuon. ( 11. I'll be hiinu'i d'" It's< HiHyerson .
1'iiday afternoon to spend Christmas. '
:MnlnvMirliiu'smillI desk stood h..- walked" up to him n ,
Joseph/ Suriviicy has secured
a job
fore him. He run to It. It was locked. doggedly' : "I nine' hu<'k us qnv'

. .i Carpenter Helpers 35c hour .(it'I, the phosnhnto mines near Plant It was onl\, ii .ehancc..... at best/. but In could :Mr." ing. Iu'/ "'

per ity desperation" he struck Its front a blow want me. lint I nln t M.ixy" I'i'I
A. 15
Suirency\ was n visitor to
with his have that nml I took It
cleiu-lifd tint und the flint money
I ; Laborers 27 hour l.i:" ?inker Saturday. affair cume apart under' hiM hand l.He l. all.
l-2cper ---
CKOSIIY):; LAKECrosbj I threw, up t the hap, rumiimuedrnpldly i :Mnlnwarlng stnred, at him >

L through" 'the pipers, openeii went, In titter amazement."
I -
H.I 1' drawer, \ after ,dniwri." until InImp" "You cnmp buck ? You lun"l1u..1
\ I !Luke, Doc. 211.-\11'9.:
children pened upon| n fiiinlllur 'Irather-hnuinl' < I must he. th"Vhlll
Mersey and left for their
purse. lie opened It. his ")PS ,glistenIng com hack for? Yon' ,wipe mj //I
home in Jacksonville(' neMlay after
'j a \ ,-.t. with her aunt, :Mrs. II. :M. :Me-j; nmlil 1 ihe, criicklni point counted j, und a wad und tln-n" you "conic
Come I Kac e I the contents rapidly and crowded 1 It '' I don't /get It. \\'hut'lth... game

prepared towork. Into Inner. ,,
_. JiimoM Williams and Frank Bryant. pocket. i| Hyernon told him tlI wholpti

of Plant City are spending the holi- In a moment" more he was on the ,, Ill' llnlslieil. with :

n days with, homefolks.' j ground outside I the wagon, unobserved.A l. "I.oi. / iiii up.' .if you want to f
Prayer meeting Sunday night' at F.M. thnrrli steeple rose over the trees balloon Mart hurt unit I'III"'Y' th
: 1.lcl: ae's was well attended. at the end of, the fi,'Id.,\ It was three back whrn I get out nut"'

Construction I Those of this section attending the I o'clock lie had acted I on Impulse, and somewhere (UI"'r ,down the roan

C'oleman-Thornton wedding were the as he realized with a sinking of the the fonon'l, get on Ifd kill ''hisure.
heart. In 'ala.He "
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:Misses Sadie, Ola and Evie Bryant,
could, never reach Lynburg In He finished and, looked down r
Louise ;MoRac, Ernie Bryant Arthur
I :McRae and Allen Yates. two hours. He looked round, him like I dusty feet waiting for the blow to C.(

a hunted urihnnl. As he ,did so a { 'l'hl'rp11'0" no sound In the sag
1 :\1 r. and :Mrs. J. C. :McRae were I
: work I itirto this auction ;Monday.Dr. Vig'l thought struck his driven brain like until he. heard the scratching of a r

and :Mrs E. T. Campbell an Inspiration., The! balloon! He looked,) up fearfully to see M'(

f i business visitors to this !section on'' He kn.hllllnulI'J., having made an waring lnb")rlouslv I his f.. .
I Tuesday occasional ascension to help out a In his cheek. When he hail, nalsh'

I II regular balloonist during a former he folded the paper. 'carefully put it

i "engagement"! that had featured In his an '
- I envelope! and handed II to Ryfr
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Improved he-Cream Cona. checkered career. He then got up from the desk a.

R To provide a substitute for the not i lie walked rapidly, to the rope ladder stroil. i nut of the wagon, and Hytr

always sanitary Ice-cream cone, ao Inventor which hung over the side of the heard his roaring blasphemy!! at t C

has patented a device that cute basket, and climbing It, almost fell tent raisers
E E.1.1 I. iln Pont ili Nemours & Co
I a core from a banana and replaces It Into the light wicker framework. Slg- I Dozed Ryerson opened the nvilof'j

with Ice m.--Echange. nor Blelllnl was already there at work and In Malnwaring'a labored bread >

arranging his ballast. H. started to the following, :

; S, Only One Guess. hi* feet as the strange apparition "Too Ryerson I guess! you're s too*'

N: Camphor Plantation A New York judge say that wb_ wriggled' over the side. You get out of this circus quIck Tgt >

', .' a wife take money from her nn,*- "Oh. lt'. you. Ryeraoo." n. nid. > to Chapman, where my brother n'

I j myself shaking hands with band's pocket he! I Is! entitled to DOper "Why ain't you In the t.ntf* a lumber mill and you gee what b* >*

I APPLY AT OFFICEfound I : Albert! of Belguim. His genii cent drawback. Of course: h. Ml "I went the balloon, MclUnV Mid to you. Ton pay back the cash *'*

;t' and his pleasant persona lit;; bat what does that proved Doe beget the clown.: "Oet out of It." yon gets It, and don't you think far

itt -' It I One at a time. fentlam | "Ah, quit your klddln'," said the din the only mao what's got a mother

1 , one at a time-Wainlngtoa Herald. signor "It'i too blooala "Toura tnrty. .

kMtingulahed." "A. MAINWAAIN .

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